Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 9, 1961 · Page 18
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 18

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B-8-lNDEPENDENT.PRESS.TELEGRAM -SATLE PRICE GO Trophy Won y Veteran Cameraman Deafh Notices BEAU--Grace L,, of 230 E. Willard St., died Friday. Surviving is sister, Mrs. Frank Brownson. Service under direction of Uilday Family Funeral Directors. a.m., St. Cyprian's. Lakewood Vlorluary Directing. A 70-year-old man from Redwood City look top hon- 1 ors at tlic Western State Professional Photographers Convention at the Lafayette Hotel Saturday night. Lyle Rennick, recipient of the top prize, the National Award, \vho couldn't attend the convention because of bad health, was judged as he person who has done the HEALY--Barry D., 9, of 860 Stevely Avc., died Friday. Surviving are parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl M.; brother, Dean; sister, Diane. Private service will be held Wednesday. Dilday Family Funeral 3irectors in charge. most for the industry. Rennick has devoted i-AVAU--mary .1., ov, «'|p ar k. Patterson Snively di- 4421 Blackthorne Avc., tlicd| r c c ,j n _ Friday. Surviving and, David C.; his PAVAO--Mary .1., 50, of LOGAN ( S a n t a Joseph Patrick, 37, A n a ) -of 1502 French St., formerly of Long! Beach, died Thursday. He was veteran of World War II. Surviving are father, John J.; brothers, J o h n , | Thomas, Edward, Isaac, and Peter; sisters, Hatchell, Mrs. Mrs. June Clara! Mont gomery, Mrs. Julia Hall, Mrs. Edna Kimberly. Graveside service will be held Tuesday, 1 p.m., Westminster Memorial Humphreys sale prices now reduced even more! That's right! Humphreys prices on TV, stereo and radio -- already reduced for clearance -are now slashed even more! The reason is simple. Moving day is almost here, and we've got to clear the floor. Come in tomorrow and see reductions up lo 60 % ! / whale life to photography, and has given many ideas to the Eastman Kodak Co. * * * * THE PRESENTATION was made at an awards banquet. Keith Cole, a close friend of Rennick, acepted the trophy. Submitted to the judges were GOO original prints. Out of the 259 were selected and judged by two panels of ex- perls under various classifications. The Art Directors Award, presented by Ted Poyser. immediate past president of the Los Angeles Art Directors! Club, went to Ricard Lopezi of Fresno for his print, "A Study in Blue." Receiving the award for the "Best Print in the Whole Show" was J. Gordon Maughn of Pasadena. A * * + IN OTHER classifications six trophies were awarded by professional photographers anel. Recipients of these were: Dennis Hodgson of San Francisco, and Russ Clift of Bell- ngham, Wash., for the best portrait; Mickey Prim of Tuscon, Ariz., and Dennis Hodgson for the best commercial entry submitted, and Herb Radin of El Segundo and J. Gordon Maughn for the best industrial print entered. The convention, which ends Monday, has been attended by more lhan 1,000 people since it started. are hus- daughter,! Mrs. Judith Kaveney; brothers, Lucien and Joseph Oliviera; sisters, Gertrude Chantre, Custodia Dias, Katherine Ferreira. Rosary Monday, 7:30 p.m., St. Cyprian's Church. Requiem mass Tuesday, 10 recting. Back to School LOS ANGELL-S (CNS) -Nearly 115,000 students will return to school Monday'^ when 161 schools in the l.osj Angeles system begin a six- week summer session. i Anniversary Sale JULY 9 TO JULY 22 MINIATURE COCKTAIL PARASOLS TUKATA AND HAPPI WE HAVE SCORE CARDS TOO! Luncheon and Cocktail Napkins with Coasters to Match in Japanese Design 2070 SANTA FE HE 7-4005 LB. MONDAY THRU SATURDAY »:30-i:33 CLOSED SUNDAY TQTT'T 1 /""* "HP T 1 -±3 \J J. VjXLl -L Big! store reliability · Big. store credit conVenJenqoV Portable Stereo It's new from General Electric, and Humphreys has reduced it to clear at $34.88! This portable phono has TWO speaker systems, each with 4" G-E Dynapower speaker . . . powerful stereo amplifier . . . FOUR-SPEED manual turntable for stereo or monaural records . . . and o stereo cartridge with sapphire needle! They can't last long at this price! Trade Show T'ickefs Are Distributed Forty thousand courtesy 'discount tickets to the International Trade Show in Long Beach Municipal Auditorium next Friday, Saturday and . Sunday were given to pedestrians in downtown Long Beach and in other areas Saturday by a bevy of American and girls of other nationalities. The young lovelies, ages from 7 through 17, bustled about the downtown area anc the shopping centers in Belmont Shore, Lakewood, Bixby .Knolls and Los Altos. i The Trade Show will feature more than 10 exhibits of products and cultural articles from a score of foreign countries, as well as from the United States, plus entertainment by top TV, radio and motion picture personalities. The Trade Show will open at 11 a.m. Friday continuing to 11 p.m. during each of its three-day run. Besides the courtesy discount tickets distributed by the girls Saturday, others are available at principal business places, banks and many other local spots. Console Stereo j Another G-E value special. This is good-loolting, big sounding STEREO ... all wrapped up in a beautifully designed cabinet, and available in your choice of furniture \ O Q styling. Has precision auto- .00 matic 4-speed changer, plus AM.f-M radio! See if tomorrow for sure! TOP QUALITY FROM FAMOUS GENERAL ELECTRIC Moving Soon lo 135 East 3rd Street Lunch Counters in Savannah, Ga., Open to Negroes S A V A N N A H , Ga. (/Pi- Leaders of the white and Negro races Saturday announced an end to segregation at downtown l u n c h counters. The move was hailed as a giant step toward return of economic transquility to this troubled port city. Fifteen months ago, Negroes launched a boycott of downtown businesses. They said they would not resume normal buying until the lunch counters were desegregated. 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