Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 11
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P«g» A-12-INDcPENDENT Tkurt. Aon I IHI POLICE EXTORTION CASE Finch and Thiele File Appeal, Data f * *· ~ · . i After seven and a half months of continuances, sppca briefs for former homicide detectives Harry P. Finch an James A. Thicle have been filed with the District Court of Appeals. LBSCWins Awards in Journalism Long Beach State College was the sweepstakes trophy winner in statewide journalism competition sponsored by the California Intercollegiate Press Association. LBSC placed first in a field of 17 colleges and universities from throughout the state competing in Sacramento. The college won eight oth er trophies including first places by Robert Hill, misce! laneous columns, and Ro chelle Barton, cartooning. Second place trophies went to Ann Corum, cartooning; Ross Henry, feature writing: Rod Lorance, yearbook layout;. Dave Reid, advertising; and Tom Thompson, news feature photography. Mona Seymour placed third in yearbook layout and Pat O'DonncIl w o n honorable mention for feature pho tography. Easier Seal Drive Names Campaigner Fourteen residents of the .nng Beach area have been nmed chairmen for the 19G2 Wednesday with a new set of Easter Seal campaign, run Colli-pc TEHRAN, Iran (UPI)--Teh ran ' University r e o p e n e d disciplinary rules and regulations. The university was closed more than two months ago following anti - govern meet student riots in which one student was killed. The California Attome General's office now has 3 days in which to file Its an swcring brief before the Ap pcllatc Court will actuall consider the matter. The former detectives wcr convicted in Superior Court of bribery and extortion las June after a lengthy trial an sentenced to serve l-to-14 year prison terms. After filing notice of intcn to appeal to have the lowe :ourt decision reversed dc 'cnse attorneys were grantee intil Sept. 15 to file thci )ricfs. Because of the crowd cd schedule of the defcns attorneys a n d the extreme bulk of the court transcrip --5,000 pages--three subse quent continuances w e r e jranted. Except for a few hours oth men have been free on ail since their arrest on Sept. 2. 1960. YOUR "FOR RENT" signs come down fast when you use Chssified. Dial HE 2-5959. Don't Neglect Slipping FALSE TEETH Do rtlM trttb drun. IMP or wobblt »h»n jou talk. r»t. Iiuih nr inrrrt? ' by iueli ht ·Ikftllnr In . Don't b« tnnnrM tndlr.pr rAHTEETll. in nn-tcldi powder to inrln- kla on your plain, irrpa (a!» trtttl mwt nnnlt art.dltn mnf.d'nt ttrl. ln« or ««urlty and «3drt ctimfurt. NotummT.ruf*T.r*ilyuit*nr frrl- IRC. Oft FAffTl mi today at drug counters *i try* bar*. ing through April 22, it was nnounced Wednesday by the Crippled Children's Society of Los Angeles County Inc., which sponsors the drive. They are Albert Davis and Mrs.. Lloyd Linabury. Long Dcach; Rev. Wilfred L. Den [on, Lakcwood; Mrs. James McCallum. Compton: Mrs. John MacMurray. Downey: Mrs. Eva Dusting, Gnrdcn.i; Mrs. H. G. Edison. Hollywood Riviera: Mrs. Cccile Lavoic, La Mirada; Mrs. Ronald Bud- :cn, Lynwood: Mrs. William Dingier, Norwalk; Mrs. Jack Kcttlcr, Palos Vcrdes Estates; Mrs. Helen Roberts, San Pedro, and Mrs. Robert Wattcn- :argcr and Mrs. Lewis Row- anil. Torrance. OPEN 5 NIGHTS: Shop Mm.. \X'cd.. limn.. Fri, ... '):W A.M. l.i '}:\-i I ' M . Tucv In V.WI P.M. SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO SEE Our Temporary SERVICE* STATION SAVK rA/ W* 27% «» W/n *») ^ J^ Brake HIE Olid SPECIAL CompUte ]nh lududct: · Tr.t Tniirr Sutrtn in.) A.I,! Mm,! · VC'lictl Alignment Rc^-uljr Jft.VS to $395 · Dihmc l ; ront \V'h«l« · lirifce AdjuKmcnt ' Rrgulir tl · Rcpiclc Front \\1icel Rccuhr Jl.in All for Only TOTAL: Rfguln JI.M5 In J I 1 . 3 5 .'I Itnyn Onlv Tluir«ilny, Frlilny nml Snlnnlny ALLSTATE SKAK.S-l.onU Il»:uli (»an I.ou^ Itonrh Illvil. ff_ f ~^-J, £?._ r£^S~;' ^feJ; SHEER PARTY FRILLS FOR ALL THE GIRLS! EASTER BLAZER BUYS! 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Special savings! 4-16 COLORFUL COTTON TERRY CLOTHI 9-OUNCE WEIGHTI SPECIAL BUYI Thotisand-aml-onc uses for plushy terry...from beach toss to home decor! Pcnncy's prices it to please...gives you sunny colors to choose from! 68 yard CASUAL SETS FOR JUNIORS, TOTS I KNIT SHIRTS! TEXTURED SLACKS! Mom! Outfit the lads and en- t ,;,,, joy I»K savings! See Ponncy's 2 ' or 5 2.3.4 special selection of colorful " cotton slack sets! Button- SO »'«·* front shirts sport novelty O 3 to 8 trims! EASTER DRESS-UP FROU-FROU FINERYI GIRLS'NYLON BOUFFANT SPECIALS! Just the ticket for keeping party frocks poufly! Pcnncy's nylon half-slips keep crisp... wash and wear! Lace trims! White and pastels! POLY-FOAM MATTRESS PAD BUYS! SANITARY! RESILIENT! SUPER SOFT! A dream of a buy! Smooth, soft polyurcthane foam pads protect your mattress, give added comfort! Non-aller- Kenic, resist acids, completely washable! S! GIRLS' 1 WEAR VARIETY! SUPER SAVING COTTON PLAY zipper playsuils 2-pieee sets s!zas4tol4 I'cnncy'* makes your dollars s-t-r-e Kirls...fashioned for fun, tailored Styles to please each fancy...crop-t playsuits! Tuck-in blouse and short Dlrndl-woltt bloomer playiulti, ill TOUR P£NNEY CHARCE CARD , COSTA MESA . CRENSHAW INGUWOOD . . l O N O I E A C H RESEDA . SANftRNANDO . CULVER CITY IOS AITOS 5ANTA ANA . DOWNEY . SANTA MONICA TO RAN« A J - L ^ P E N N E Y S T O R E S O P E ·t-c-h! Sec cotton cut-ups for all the 9 take a summer-full of hard wear! jpped short sets! Toddlers' zip-front gets! All in print 'n solid cottonl · 3.6X,7-14 O w T ' I NOW! WOMEN'S JAMAICA JAMBOREE! SUMMER COLORED CORDINO COTTONI Stock up for a summer-full of casual comfort! Penney's own Cordino cotton...easy- care, cool lo wear...in trim- fit jamaicas! Back zip! sizes 8 to 18 GEORGIAN PRINTS! COMBED PLAIDSI TOP STYLINGS AT TOP SAVINGS! Men! Here's value to bra^ about! Fine cotton, cotton blends, rayon challis full-cut and fashionstyled to Penney's specifications! S-M-L FASHION BUY! NYLON HALF-SLIPS! SHADOW PANELS! PROPORTION-FIT! Specially designed for Miss Petite and Average! Specially priced lo please! Penney's lace embellished nylon half slipsl Fabulous fine quality! '2 S-M-L ARCADIA · AZUSA · BEll · BElifirtWFP . BUENA PARK . BURBANK · CANOGA PARK · COMPTON FIORINCE AVENUE · FUltERTON · GARDEN GROVE · GlENDAtE · GRANADA HltlS · HERMOSA BEACH · HUNTINGTON PARK MONTEREY PARK · MONTROSE · NORTH HOLLYWOOD · NORWAIK · ONTARIO · ORANGE · PASADENA « POMONA VANNUYS · VERMONT/MANCHESTER · WESTCHESTER · WEST COVINA · WHITTIER · WHITTIER DOWNS · WHITTWOOD CENTER California Department of Mo- .or Vehicles, handicapped by a cramped office and no off street parking, has mad: 2 slight comeback from a six ,-car business slump. Howard R. Link, DMV manager here, disclosed the office here renewed 88.562 registrations during the 19G2 tag rush--a 1C per cent crease over the previous year. in 19C1. there were 75,851 renewals. The 19C2 · tag increase marks the first year since I95G in which there has not been a decline in renewals processed here. Registration renewals totaled 122,900 In 1956. * * * * WHAT accounts for the 29 per cent decline In registra- ions since 195G? Many Long Beach autoists UK tMU, CtU.1 Itarl.. «*ril fc IMI fNDEPENDENT-P« gt A-U Motor Vehicle, Office Sells More Licenses. The Long Beach office of have been getting their II- Employment Placements Rise 49 Pel. Long Beach area job place ments increased by 49 per cent last month when the area was broadened to include San Pedro. Wilmington and most of Palos Vcrdes ['cninsula. In its month-end tabulation, California Employment Scrv ice, 1313 Pine Ave., said A'ednesday it had placed 1,543 wrsons in jobs last month. That compares to 1,03 J Fcb ruary placements. The service file of job hunt crs in the larger area totaled 12.820 in March. When the area i n c l u d e d only Long Bench, Lnkcwnod and Signa Hill in February, there were 11,818 work seekers. The area was expanded March 1 when job placemcnl offices in San Pedro and Wil mington were transferred to Long Beach. George Toll, cm ployment s e r v i c e manage here, credits the upswing in placements and job applicants to expansion of the area. YOUR "FOR RENT 1 signs come down fast when you use Classified. Dial HE 2-5059. :ense tabs at DMV offices in ithcr cities, Link said.' Else- vheie, DMV offices, have more space and offer off- treet parking. ' - . "'. Ironically, state lawmakers ppropriated $442,000 for a lew DMV Building here In 957. But the fund has been landing Idle due to a con* rovcrsy over a site. · · * · . THE City Planning Commission wanted the DMV Co o to a site west of the Civic Center near the off-ramp of Long- Beach Freeway. That- vould be too congested, tho DMV said. A compromise W i l l o w trect site finally was picked. And the DMV now is acquir-* ng property for a 10,500 square-foot building and a 99- car offstrcet parking lot on he northwest comer of Wilow and Pacific Avenue. * · * · BUT CHANCES are the DMV will still be doing business at the same old cramped . office at 700 E. Broadway vhen you renew your rcgis- ration for 19G3. Construction hasn't started yet on the new building. And he most optimistic outlook s for the new structure possibly to be ready by April of 903--long past renewal season. That $442.000? Some is be- ng used to buy the site, but he rest still is sitting around. FINANCING! Morris Plan olfers new car financing at a charge of $5 per $100 per year. Used car financing also ottered at reasonable ratss. Be- tore you select your next: · car, we Invite you to see us about our complete automobile financing service. MORRIS PLAN Th« Uorrlt Pun Company of CaUfornU III Lint luck Ili4, l»f luck Hlnlttk 5 1101 OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 14 BIG DAYS -- THURS., FRI., SAT., SUN. HALIBUT SWORDFISH SALMON BABY BEEF . LIVER Ib FRESH CHICKEN PARTS N.Y. CUT STEAKS FRESH CHICKEN PARTS ^tfttf LEGS, THIGH5 r BREASTS 49 lb TOP SIRLOINS SPENCER FILETS . 25-LB. FAMILY PACK Aecroi. 5 Ibs. New York Cuts 5 Ibt. T-Bonet 5 tbt. Roast S Ibs. Pork Chops 5 Ibt. Ground Round *1/1» IS Ib.. 1** 30-LB. B-B-Q SPEC. Jw.i. 5 Ibs. Filet MIgnon 5 Ibt. N. Y. Cult 5 Ibt. Porterhouse 5 Ibt. Rib Roast 5 Ibt. Spareribt 5 Ibt. Ground Sirloin $1Q95 30 Ibt 1 7 25-LB. BUDGET PACK AMKOK. 5 Ibt. Top Sirloin 5 Ibt. New York Curt 5 Ibt. T-Bonet 5 Ibt. Roast 5 Ibt. Ground Round -- 'IK" JS Ibi. 1 0 BEEF LOIN CONSISTING OF FILET MIGNON PORTERHOUSE T-BONE TOP .SIRLOIN SIRLOIN ROAST GROUND SIRLOIN Apprtf. Wt!,kt Cr« 48 t* it Ibt. JJn« U.S. CHOICE SIDES of BEEF. 49'* COLD IIIION !·/% HINDQUARTERS 59ft COUNTY FAIR MKATS IITI IMC tiitk tiff, Rtrtk IMI tiitk · Cl Mill · U Mill HOURS! THUM. I I · ril. 1-1:11 · UT. II · lUR. 141-4

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