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Where did you shop at Sears? Zodys? The Treasury? Wards? The Plaza? TG&Y? Gemco? Sages? Olies? Carpenter's Department Store? Harvest House? Rexall? Woolworth? Builders Emporium at the Plaza? The Tyler Mall?
Where did you eat? Guys Grinders? Ivans Restaurant? The Whip aka 'The Whipperell'? Did you eat cheeseburgers for lunch at The Harbor?
Where did you bank? The Rohr Credit Union? UCB on Tyler? Crocker Bank? Security Pacific?
Did you participate in the 1955 strike over compulsory arbitration?
Do you remember the big flood of 1969?
What about the strike in 1971?
Did you belong to the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers or the International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America?
Did you know that after World War II Rohr dabbled in the toy boat business? Home appliances including washing machines? Radio cabinets? Vacuum cleaners? Toy scooters? (Rohr News, April 1990).
Do you remember The Pike, an amusement park, in Long Beach? Everybody in southern California went there. It was popular during World War II. At that time it had the biggest roller coaster in the world.
Did you ever take the red car down to Los Angeles?
Here is a great website about The Red Cars of Los Angeles
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Last updated: 05-15-2020