Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 16, 1961 · Page 8
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 8

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, July 16, 1961
Page 8
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A-8-lNDEPENDENT.PRESS.TElESRAM Magnificent ~ Imported Cashmere Coats Incredibly Priced This Week Only Mmm! "Minmported" melting-soft 100% pure connoisseur cashmeres at this fantastically pared- down price. Meticulous hand stitched collars! Masterful couture styling! Hade-to-order fit! Plus the magic of milium-f or lightweight all weather wear. In cream beige, black licorice, wild rice. Sizes 6 to 16. Charge it! 3 monthly payments -- FO icrvke tharg. 6 months to pay -- small strvlcft charg* Long Beach Department Stores Announce Management Changes Top management changes. p. took place Saturday in twq f Long B e a c h department stores, Broadway - Long Beach anil the Downtown J. C. Penney store. Jack Hewitt became the new manager at the Broadway, succeeding Sydney Lar,kin, who was transferred to manage the big new Anaheim store for the company. Warren D. Harper became manager of the Penney store, succeeding Vernon M. Fay, who was promoted to Soulh- ,ern California district manager over 4G Penney stores. Harper, wtio has been with the Penney Co. 21 years, started his career in Oklahoma City. He came west in 1948 and has managed stores i i n Oakland, Bakersfield, Fontana, Culver City and was managing the Gtendale store when transferred here. Hewitt, for the past three years with Bullock's, had been with Weinstock Liibin. wa X store m Los Altos Center a Broadway affiliate in Sac- June 1, 1959 and under his ramento five years previously, direction the big store has Larkin came to the Broad- Weishampel of Probation Office Dies Stuart S. Weishampel, 54, of 4435 E. 2nd St., died here triday. He was Director of the Long Beach Area Office of the Probation Department. Weishampel, bom in Allentown, Pa., lived in the area for 31 years. Me was known throughout the Southland as "Mr. Probation" for the many practices originated by him which are u s e d throughout the department. Surviving are his wife, Isabelle; daughter, Mrs. Barbara Fouladi; father, R i c h a r d ; Arthur and Robert; and sisters, Mrs. Edna Eggleston and Mrs. Lois Lindsay. Service will be Tuesday, 10 a.m., at St. Luke's Episcopal! Church, with Holton Son Mortuary in charge. shown consistent gains in sales, reaching a new high in business so far this year. MANAGEMENT CHANGES at two Long Beach department stores were announced Saturday. Warren Harper, in photo at left, was promoted to manager of the Downtown J. C. Penney Store. Jack Hewitt, extreme right, was named manager of the Broadway-Long Beach store. He is shown will- Sydney Larkin, previous manager who takef charge of the company's new store in Anaheim. hepato Wind Up Convention Today El Camino Real District 20 the Order of Ahepa, a reek-American educational rganization, ends its 30th nnual district convention at ne Lafayette Hotel today. District officers elected Sat- rday include governor, Boris Tripopis, Pasadena; It gov., Nick Komoutis, Hollywood; secretary, George Mararitos, Bakersfield; treasurer, Mike Thames, Culver City; marshal, Sam Platis, Long Beach; and advisor, Gus Bellas, San Bernardino. . · .· NEW DENTURES for PENSIONERS ADDITIONAL FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OLD,AGi: SECURITY RECIPIENTS Ho* your denlist can provide needed dentures, 2nd other needs, through Medical Care Trust Fund-paid for by your county or its contracting agency, if you are edible lor this new, broader coverage, 1st us assist you. EASY CREDIT FOR All HIKERS WHO m m KHTMS tWI 45 dfls before first credit paywit At Dr. Caipbdrt Uwe Is no wKft Rianonz -- no interest w carryij cfurgss. 7m jsiis t) f Jj on fiij miit p!m, DR. F. E. C.-JMPBELK, *«£ii THE PHONE THAT TELLS YOU | n Long Beach _ your savings in advance! · - HE.6-4072 446 PINE AVE. for exact prices FREE PARKING NOT ESTIMATES! 6th and Locust ·-." ClOSED AIL DAV SATURDAVS., BOTH STORES NOW OPEN MON.-WED.-THURS.-FRI. UNTIL 9 P.M. LOS ALTOS CENTER BEUFLOWER AT STEARNS DOWNTOWN LONG BEACH FIFTH . AND PINE fabulous savings. for summer sewing \ Post Office in Drive for Fast Service Long Beach is one of 300 cities across the nation in which the Post Office Depart- nent will launch'a drive this ;k to provide faster and more efficient postal service. George J. McMillin, Long Beach postmaster, said Saturday there will be a kickoff luncheon Wednesday to which the 100. largest bulk mailers j here have been issued invitations. Plans are to form a citizens' advisory committee which will help the local post office devise means of distributing mailing of bulk mail throughout the day. National o f f i c i a l s said spreading of some of the heavy load over the entire working day may make it possible to reduce the need for temporary help. They said that if the peak, | load can be reduced sharply jit may speed mail delivery by 24 hours or more. McMillin attended a con-' ference. in Washington, D. C., late in May at which preliminary plans were formulated. oven Gingham Checks Asa -fc,»-«;.:»Sx- TZ^. VwaSE-i-rv ulated Cottons BOND'S LAKEWOOD CENTER 5224 LAKEWOOD BLVD. ANAHEIM: Broadway Shopping Center OPEN MONDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY 12:30 TO 9:30 P.M. Wednesday, 10:30 A.M. to 9:30 P.M. Tuesday and Saturday, 9:30 A. M. to 5:30 f. M. Acres of Free Parking It CoB»«nl«ntly Located Sf«r« )· tk. Greater t»« Angelei Area Enferfainers on Tap for Shrine Event Music, specialties and dancing will feature the extravaganza prepared for entertainment of Lakewood Shrine Club members and their friends next Wednesday night at the Petroleum Club, 3636 Linden Ave. The Russ Larson Studios of Fullerton will provide the entertainment in which the stage settings will match the per-; forming talent. Included in the cast of entertainers will be Eddie Rinehart, accordionist of local TV fame; Diane Drake, popular singer, Kyle Uttadin, tap; Jackie Stiefel, mystery number; Terry Plummer, exotic d.incer, and t'ne Pacesetters, i The Mix and Mingle session! !is scheduled to start at 6:301 Ip.m., and the dinner at 7:30 will be followed by the floor !show. Clarence E. Ball is pres- ii'dent and director James 0. I (Pete) Banes will be the chairman. Three directors are to J| be elected. yards qualify solids 'n prints go from late summer into fall! Compare Penney's fine cottons! All fresh arrivals . . . not remnants or left-overs! Find crease resistant, embossed, woven yarn-dyed, textured, Kverglaze® cottons, lots more! Save! imported, woven yarn-dyed gingham plaids · popular gingham checks . . . Sanforized®/ mercerized · wash and wear finishes · regulated combed cottons · cotton sateens · sportswear fabrics

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