Reminiscing

Does the golf backround give it away? Who is this charming gentleman? Contact the Signal Tribune at 2669 Myrtle Avenue, Suite 111, Signal Hill, CA 90755. And now, you can share your memories online! Go to www.SignalTribuneNewspaper.com and click on “Reminisce.”

Reminiscing

Does anyone recognize this shopping center? We’ll give you a hint… Thrifty is now Rite Aid. Share your memories of when this section of town was a bustling retail destination. And, while you’re at it, fill out the survey on page 3 and help revitalize the Atlantic Corridor with your opinion. Contact the Signal Tribune…

Reminiscing

Does anyone recognize this adoring couple or know what event they are celebrating? Contact the Signal Tribune at 2669 Myrtle Avenue, Suite 111, Signal Hill, CA 90755, or send e-mail to newspaper@signaltribune.com. Now you can “share your memories” online—and view previous Reminiscings, too! Go to www.SignalTribuneNewspaper.com and click on “Reminisce.”

Reminiscing

Does anyone recognize these ladies or the tasty treat they’re showing off? Contact the Signal Tribune at 2669 Myrtle Avenue, Suite 111, Signal Hill, CA 90755, or send e-mail to newspaper@signaltribune.com. Now you can “share your memories” online! Go to www.SignalTribuneNewspaper.com and click on “Reminisce.”

Reminiscing

Does anyone have details about this ribbon cutting? Contact the Signal Tribune at 2669 Myrtle Avenue, Suite 111, Signal Hill, CA 90755, or send e-mail to newspaper@signaltribune.com or leave a comment on this page.

Reminiscing Revealed

In the March 8 issue of the Signal Tribune, a photo of the Crest Theatre in Long Beach elicited several responses from readers.
Among the letters that we received was a letter from reader Karen (who did not give a last name or city) writing in to tell about her experience working at the Crest during a six month run of “The Sound of Music,” and a letter from Gary Weinberger of Signal Hill who had fond memories of Mr. Francis, the theatre’s manager. Stephen Schepeler of Los Angeles read the letters and had these warm thoughts to add