Independent from Long Beach, California on March 31, 1962 · Page 7
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 7

Long Beach, California
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Saturday, March 31, 1962
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SOUTHLAND SCUM! Dope Pusher Gets 15 Years to Life A Wilmington longshoreman, convicted of possessing narcotics for sale, was sentenced by Superior Judge Maurice C. Sparling Friday to 15 years to life in state prison. Elmer Tahtincn, 4G, of 111 E. C St.. was the first persons sentenced locally under a recently enacted law increasing the penalty against dope pushers. Dcp. Dist. Atty. Lynn D. Compton pointed out that Tahtinen is ineligible for parole for the full 15-year minimum. By comparison, a person imprisoned for first-degree murder can be paroled after seven years. Tahtincn was arrested Jan. 4 when police found three grams of heroin in his room. Investigators said they had reports he was selling the drug. The defendant served two previous prison terms (or narcotics-law violations. He was sentenced in 19IJ for smuggling opium and in 1950 for possessing marijuana. 2.000 cubic feet of water. The company provides service to Artesia, Baldwin Park, Bellflowcr, the City of C o m m e r c e , Com pton, Downey, Lynwood, Monte- bcllo, Nonvalk, Paramount, Pico - Rivera. Santa Fe Springs and South Gate. U.S., Russ Plan More 'Space-Partner 9 Talks UNITED NATIONS. N. Y. OTJ--"resident Kennedy's and Premier Khrushchev's chief nogotiators on outer space cooperation said Friday they will resume talks this spring on an expanded basis cither in Washington or In Geneva. Dr. Hugh U Dryden. of the U. S. National Aeronautics (NASA), and Soviet Academ ician Anatoly Blagonravov, this week to explore the joint space programs proposed by Washington and Moscow. Their third session was Fit day. The two appeared briefly before newsmen here and Dryden read a joint statement that said they had held informal, exploratory discussions. Dryden, deputy admin istrator of NASA, ruled out The state said the two. accompanied by other scientists, prabibly will m'ft In Washington when the International Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) convenes there at the session of the International Council of S entitle Unions April 30-May 10. If the conferences are not resumed then, the statement tecnnical and legal subcom armed, fled to \V4t Berlin mittces of the U.N. committee during th- night, puhce re- on peaceful uses of outer space begin their sessions. Additional scientists will he addnl to I he panels at future meetings. Accompanying Prydcn at the current talks were Prof. David F. Hornig of Princeton, a Kennedy adviser on space projects, and John W. Town ported. Keil Corporal BERLIN Wl -- A of the Last German army, in beginning May 28 when the combat uniform and f u l l y INDEPENDENT-Pig. A-7 IHU ClU ,,,. w^a ,i. IHI send of NASA, assistant di- lector of the GodJard Space Flight Laboratories. Blagonravov's assistant was Yuri Uarinov. The Russian scientist said he planned to leave for Moscow Monday. REWARD 1*7 trill «J will vilH (*· "f d'J · · c i t i n g MorttjtiooJ St«p j j . t t F t M J o t S2J ?:·· A**., t l « »U t» (··-o'dH bf b**r"} qbU *o pjrt L a.« l^t »try lattit o"J ·itlt!' t 7 fl.tiieM (of S p r i n g o" d tai*»r. Water Kate Uiltc COMPTON--The California Public Utilities Commission Friday announced an Investigation of rate-increase request by the Park Water Co. which serves more than 41,000 customers in Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties. The date of the public hearings in Los Angeles will be announced later. The water firm is headquartered in Ccrnpton. The investigation stems from a request from the company to raise its rates by about $423,000 a year. If the rate increase is approved, it would add about 80 cents to the monthly bill of a householder who uses Slayer Sentenced LOS ANGELES --Bobby Willison Ashley was sentenced Friday to state prison for from five years to life for the love-triangle shooting of a merchant seaman last Jan. 2. Superior Court Judge Alfred P. Pcracca denied probation in sentencing Ashley, 40, an auto wrecker, 1519 130th St. The ex-boy friend of seaman Charles Henry's common-law wife waited for the ample in their darkened home at 908 W. School Avc.. Compton, and fatally shot Henry. 45, with a .25-calibcr automatic. Cily Manager Hired CTPRESS -- Robert K. Rogers, 40, former City manager here, was hired Friday tn fill a similar post in the city of Porterville. Rogers resigned from his Cypress post Feb. 2 and was replaced by Acting City Marker John M. Tccps. Kogcrs will begin as the Pnrtcrville city manager Monday, with a salary of $10,500 yearly. SHOP PENNEY'S DOWNTOWN MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY UNTIL 9 P. M. SATURDAY ONLY! · NO PHONE ORDERS DOWNTOWN PENNEY NO LAY-AWAYS QUANTITIES LIMITED SATURDAY AT 9:30 A,M. MONTH hen cten knchcrtranc!) C.inirt Huildinz Ohd ANAHEIM--Plans for a now SG50.000 municipal court building here have lifi'n approved by the County liojid of Supervisors on a -1-1 vote. The county would lease parking sp.icc from Anaheim. The county building will replace the small single- courtroom structure at 1160 N. l.os Anpclcs St. and will be adjacent to the present court facility. The Anaheim- Fullcrton Judicial District now has four court divisions. IT'S HEtSK! Anolher PAYLESS DEPT, STORE SPECTACULAR eth and Tint. Dc-«low« long Inch Firmer 1. C. feniey lldg. THIS BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPH ,:!, CHILD Uu "O I 2" CCM W I o JjZ O m t* vi J9 ^ ONE BI LIFE-SIZE PHOTOGRAPH No age limit! FOR ONLY Com* earlf--iit\i woititj. rietur. lok«» In cur itort. 3 DAYS ONLY! Mon, Tue$., V/ed., April 2, 3, 4 Tho perfect gift for Easter Tint: Monday 10 am - » * P- n - Itn. A We*, 10 a.m. lo 4 p.m. · Satisfaction or yoor mooey back · Yoer iclectioi of prooft I · No 090 limit · Groipt SI.09 eitra fit cfcila 1 arfm Mill Ac.-"fi'i Ct.'.U) FREE! FREE! FREE! · A coco in a lifetime offer · Tell yoir friendi · limit 1 per faeiilr olikii e-rao. period (rVf«l a Ltjal T FREE! FREE! Firit 50 molhcti (each dayl v.ho ha»e hit or her child'j phofoqroph made will receive fret o fomou» brand of perfume (Value 4.00). Long Beach's Downtown Diicour.r Store PAYLESS DEPT. STORE ilh i fi.e. Dowitowl l»i leock. former J. C. POOMY llf?,. Ope. Doilf f :Jfl. i · Motday e«d Fridoy »:10 -1 Ope« So«day 10:JO.» 150 Men's Assorted Socks 44c Y/omen's Shirtwaist Dresses 2 ,,,,S7 Girls' 1-Piece Playsuits, 2-14 ...88c 72 Corduroy Sport Shirts 3 i,,,S5 Assorted Maternity Wear to Clear.. .S3 S4 Girls' Panties 4 i.rSl 72 Long Sleeve Sport Shirts .3,o r S5 Women's Nylon Uniforms 3.99 Girls' Dresses, 4 to 6x 2.25 80 Better Cotton Flannel Shirts 3 i«rS5 102 Women's Cotton House Dresses SI Girls' Dresses, 7 to 14 .S3 16 Men's Lambs Wool Sweaters 4.99 Women's Chenille Duster Robes 1.99 Girls' Crop Tops Shorts, 2-14 ea. 66c 84 Men's Short Sleeve Sport Shirts... .99c White Dacron Polyester Uniforms 5.66 Girls' Mid-Calf Sets, 3-6x 1.77 140 Short Sleeve White Dress Shirts S2 , t "°" ""°* . Girls' Mid Calf Sets, 7-14 2.22 WOMEN'S SPORTSWEAR Cotton Flannel Sleepwear 1.44 Sweater Clearance. ..99c-2.88-3. 240 70 Faded Blue Denim Slacks 2.50 , , 213 Assortment of Men's Belts 2,,,,S1 Women . s Bu , ky Knjt Sweaters 2 .99 ^ * Sw « terr , Seh 45 Men's Two-Pant Suits S44 Wornen ' s Cotton B | ended B | ouses Girls Sweater Clearai 30 Continental Corduroy Slacks 2.99 j arna i cas Knee Panfs ] 66 Girls 3pc - Cotton Pfl j ama Sets U7 Men's Wash 'n Wear Blended Slacks..2f«S9 Women's Ankle Slack Sets 2*88 Girls'Better Dresses 1.44 72 Better Quality Slacks to Clear S9 Women's Knee Pant Sets "' 199 Girls ' Knlt s P° rtswear Ml 120 Tall Men's Sport Shirts 2 i. r S5 Beige rjyed to Match Sweaters.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. .'$3 Girls ' lialf SI| P S S2 116 Better Knit Sport Shirts .3 *» S5 Be j ge Dyer j fo ^tch Skirts S4 120 Cuff Links Tie Clips 2forS1* SCCONO fLOOR SECOND noon e WOMEN'S LINGERIE · 37 Short Sleeve Fashion Sweat Shirts. .1.88 24 Men's Assorted Wallets 1.77* TODDLERS' - INFANTS' sneer FLOOR BOYS' DEPARTMENT Babetfe Dresses 1.77-2.77 Toddler Boys'Polo Shirts 2 fnr $1 Butcher Girls',Sets,. 1.99 = ^ 180 Boys' Cotton Polo Shirts ........ 2,,,,S1 Polo Crawlabout Sefs .............. 1.99 48 Boys' Assorted Belts .............. 50c 1-Piece Terry Suits .................. 1.44 600 Pr. Women's Rayon Briefs 5,« SI 100 Batiste Baby Doll Pajamas S2 60 Tailored Cotton Pajamas, 3-Piece....S2 100 Batiste Waltz Length Gowns S2 ...1.99-4.88 .?,, U ° 8 88 12 M pVhm a ; 1 '2 ' ' * 96 Boys' Cotton Sweat Shirts SI Toddler Girls' Sportswear 88c SI 36 Boys' Cotton Flannel Pajamas..1.44-1.88 Infants' Knit Sleepers 2, r S3 *r Unu C^'If^R^Vnm MM*" " i']] 240 Boys'Cotton Sport Shirts 4,,,,S5 Diaper Bags.... 1.98 50 Women s Kmt Bottom Pajamas 1.44 6 Boys' Wool Blend Sport Coats $10 Terry Stretch Clown Suit 1.99 10 Boys' Boys' Bulky Knit Sweaters 3.33 75 Boys' University Grad Slacks 2.44 15 Boys' Short Sleeve Dress Shirts SI 13 Boys'Wool Blend Suits (6 8)....9.99 DOWNSTAIDl STOIC .3.88 Toddler Boys' Cotton Flannel Robes 99c Crib Mattresses S8 Maple Cribs S24 Infants'Strollers 13.88 Infants'Play Yard Pad S17 HOUSEWARES DEPT. SECOND rioo* SHOE DEPARTMENT WOMEN'S ACCESSORIES 15 Scatter Rugs (24x36") 1.50 15 Assorled Better Table Lamps SI 2 6 Ping Pong Tables S18 Artificial Flowers 15cto50c Better Toys Greatly Reduced Assortment of Imported Gift Items. .S1.50-S5 Assorted Sofa Pillows 1.50 DOftNtTAIM S T G f t F 19 Men's Crepe Sole Slipons Ties S5 40 Men's Moccasin Toe Oxfords....;.. .S6 60 Better Quality Handbags 1.99* 15 Italian Bulky Mohair Sweaters...8.88 YARDAGE AND BEDDING 2 Double Bed Electric Blankets 6.66 30 Men's Quality Leather Slippers S3 Assortment of Better Jewelry 2.,., SI 12 White Goose Down Pillows 7.77 50 Women's Assorted Flats Ties S2 60 Pr. Odds Ends of Better Hose 66c 200 Yds. Printed Broadcloth 3 yds. SI 30 Women's Assorted Heels Flats S3 150 Better Quality Belts 2 i,,r$1 Printed Pure Dye Silks yd. 1.66 60 Women's Assorted Dress Shoes S4 500 78-RPM Records 5c Fringed Hand Towels 2,»25c 100 Women's House Slippers $2 500 Full Fashioned Hose 3,., SI Assorled Remnants * Pnce 70 Women's White Tennis Shoes S2 150 Desk Accessories Gadgets 2 ,«,S1 40 Young Girls' Fur Trim Slippers S2 »«" "· oo « ITICIT FLOOH FOUNDATION DEPT. · 180 Prs. Assorted Tier Curtains 1.44 , 7 . 5n ^ Woo IP aid Yardage . . .yd. 3.44 200 Yds. Assorted Beller Fabrics. . .yd. 1.44 Assorted Buttons ................. card 5c Yds. Percale Cotton Flannel. .4 yds. SI 3fi ,, Rep , a}ed Co|tons ............. rf 5Qc 50 Assorted Foundations..Priced as Marked 35 Plastic$ash Curtains 1.88 BetterQuality Woolen Yardage..'..'.yd. 2.44 132 Better Strapless Bras 99c 75 Yds. Better Drapery Fabric yd. 88c Assorted Wasnab | e p abrics yd 66c ITIttT FIOO« DO*NJI«I«» JTO«t DO*MT*ltl J t O t f BETTER DRESS CLEARANCE S - $ ~ $ 8 ~ S 4- $ 6 D'ntle r c* b«tttr t yea i drtmi ( L «t it« *^«t II irti l} v t re*. All irid to r-«U rcc-i for Wt*-^-! »«!»^;;»i if t* nil fer rvcV ·*«'·· PEANUT CLUSTERS 2 IBS. I'M) , i.'l t flotr. ?»tr(tM»f f» f»"p» yeur -- "·. Yc.'ll (d t^i or"9 al of B f t ^ w t clwl'trl ctrftcrly .e.i iron? riooo MANUFACTURERS CLOSEOUT! MEN'S BETTER JACKETS Only a manufacturer! 1 cloieout would male o pries lile (hit ponible cn uch top quality jaclttt. All were made to sell for much more. Alt v«ooTi t luiuriout tynlhetici in a brge^t of itylei and colort. irinr noce PENNEY'S FIFTH AND PINE DOWNTOWN LONG BEACH

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