Independent from Long Beach, California on February 13, 1958 · Page 82
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P l l Z I - P I O Z 2 - P I 2 Z 3 - P I 3 7 4 - P I 4 Z 5 IMDIMNDINT-TMS»-TUI»*AM Lon« t*«h, C.IK., Thuri., F«b. 1). 1*SS NEW CUSTOMER SERV/Cf Robert E. Marks, left, general manager of the George £ Wiley Lumber Co ; watches as Dewey D. Pinkston, right, head draitsman lor ine comija.uy, e*. plains to Dick Deininger the new designing service which takes original customer .ideas and converts them into completed plans for construction. Wiley Lumber Takes Customer Ideas and Converts Into Plans A'new .drafting and designing service has been added to the George T. Lumber Co., converting them to workable drafts and designs. Pinkston, only recently em- oeorge i. wn^y j^umuci. v^v., A *...^v~,,, --,,. - 6925 Atlantic Ave, offering! ployed by the company, will be customers a one-stop service in an important factor in tne re-modeling or building an ad-constant'effort to bring new dition to their property. materials and ideas to the residents of Southern California, Wiley added. * * * » HIS DRAFTS will include estimates on- supplies and erec- Wiley said the new service, headed by Dewey D. Pinkston, member of the United Designers Assn., will utilize the ideas and dreams s of home owners; Library Has Many Good Travel Books By FRANCIS HENSELMAN "Around ' the World in SO Days" was an impressive record when Phineas Fogg made his famous trip. Modern travelers, however, would find this a fairly leisurely jaunt, enabling them to see a great deal en route, and even to linger a bit in the places which particularly struck their fancy. With no effort to follow Fogg's route, here are some books added recently to the Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan, Greece and Cyprus. Greece, too, is the subject of' Goran Schildt's -"In the Wake of Ulysses," which describes the "magic isles" of the Aegean, the ancient wonders of Delphi; Lesbos and Crete. From here it is a short hop to "Easter in Sicily," by Herbert Kubly, which concerns the legends, people,' and land of an island whose history goes back to classic times. Agnes Roth- tion- costs and will be encompass every conceivable type ol stucture from a simple tool Ished to multiple-story-, apart- 'ment buildings. ·Pinkston's background includes drafting processes for every type of farm biulding.. "We fell this new department will provide, a one-stop service for customers. All they need,' said Wiley, "is the original idea and we will do the rest. 'Our firm makes a cohstan- effort to provide friendly, cour teous service to' patrons and we :eel this new service will be an important step in customer relations. "Convenient, easy-pay plans are available to provide home owners with their immediate needs while spreading the costs over a longer period." books added recently to the . ,. Romo Toda y. j s a vivid Long 'Beach Public Library to '~ Q{ the eternal dt ; picture of the eternal city. * * · *. * FROM ITALY it is a short distance to Spain, as described in Laurie Lee's "Rose for Winter," which tells -of travels in Andalusia. Or, you can turn ^^·..v, ^j ~ 1""" north with ."All the 'Best in Rich, a charming account of the Switzcr]andi » by Sidney Clark, history, sights and flavor of| d Qn tQ the Baltic with Dore 2,500 miles of coastline; Mor-' ·whet the appetite of world travelers, whether actual or armchair. Since Phineas visited America, let's start there with three new books: "The Coast of by Louise Dickinson Bridal Fashions Will Be Shown Buff urns' Santa Ana s t o r e will hold a bridal and trousseau show Friday night at 7 p. m. The show, which will be in the new Fashion Showcase in the store's upper level, will feature the latest in spring and summer bridal finery which has just arrived 'from Eastern markets. - · . ' " ""· gan Eeatty's "Your Nation's Capitol," an authoritative picture of Washington that is both guide book and Americana, and Edwin Way Teale's "Autumn Across America," a naturalist's 25,000-mile-route across the face of the United States, from Cape Cod to California. * , * » * STARTING \VEST, we might first list Christopher Rand's "Hongkong," a vivid picture of Britain's isolated foothold in modern China, and then perhaps Charles Robequain's "Malaya, Indonesia, Borneo and the Philippines."' Justice Douglas "Strange Lands and Friendly People" takes us to India and the Middle East--Iran, Syria Ogrizek in "Scandinavia, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland." There are so many books on Western Europe that one can do no more than mention a few recent titles: "The Pit and the Century Plant." on rural France, by Pati Hill; Clark's 'All the Best in Belgium and Luxembourg"; "Here's England," by Ruth McKenney, and "Summer in Italy," by Seon O'Faolain. And so having circled the world in considerably less than 80 days of reading, we come back to our native shores and the Long Beach Public Library, where these and many more fine travel books await your attention. COOP.' Special invitation to taste the most:: delicate natural flavor · i . ' .'·" -. -V everinaniarganne ..'·'. arid · - .; . } when you buy a pound of NEW, NEW AUSWEET in this special carton Htrt'i all you do: At your store youTl find thwe- special cartons that tell you how to ·end m for your 15;i. 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