P I 5 Z 5 IMOIPIMDIMT.MUII.miOtAM SPORTSWEAR for SUNNY DAYS LOS ALTOS AT IIOTII IHIEXOLY STORES BELLFLOWER AT STORE STEARNS BEILFIOWER STORE SOUTH OF ARTESIA ON BELLFLOWER BLVD. CHIMP CHA-CHA Clipek-to-dieek chimps Rowdy (left) nnd Zip dif; that Spanish beat In tin- San Dlcgo Zoo, Appropriately costumed, they're practicing a routine for tho annual summer celebration of the Fiesta del Pncif- Ico, to be held in the city from July 24th through Â· AUR. 30th.--(United Press Photo) WELCOME NEWCOMER Climate Still Biggest Drawing Card for West lly W1L.MA MIIIKTS Do you rvrr wonder why poo- pic conic to California anil just why they pick out one particular city tin which to concentrate? I remember that some "0 years ago my parents got fed up with the severe mldwcstcrn family of seven boys back In To- pcku, Kim, With the kids all grown and scattered (except a 9-year-old (laughter), the LIHeys decided to sell everything and come to California. A g a 1 n, friends Influenced them In their climate, looked at each other choice of city, nnd niilil. "Let's go where it's warmer!" Not knowing n Messed thing Pretty Kddlp stefteim, 132G ' ArgonnV, K I|PS whcro hulifoy about the west coast, thev jiistlK""' " p K"es where the United! stuck n pin on the map and it States Niiyy orders him. Here turned out to he San Diego. ^" r Ko, westward In I fens family really calls Ml, The bitter cold and damp of l '" 1 ' k - Okl "' lll " nc ' Chicago hastened the decision of Kilivard and Tlierosii Orzecku, 1322 Lee, to come west, Krionds of Theresa helped them pick Loiij Ileaeh us the most desirable city In which to settle. Since here, they have wel- romed n brand now son, Terry Kitylftril. The Grzeckas have two other sons, Tummy, 3, and Tim my. 2. and Kleatiore McKay. St. C. Vahle*. 1433 Termlno, takes quite a bit of kidding from friends. Ho works In n castor oil plant. I was Interested to find out that the kind you take (under compulsion) Is Just a very small part of the production of his factory. Uses of the castor ln?an nre many nnd varied. Lakewood followers of I)r. Lew Urahnl, professional wrcs- ]3i.'6 Park Ave., came here from 1 tier, will be pleased to knowj Plalnfleld. New Jersey. They that ho nnd Mrs. Grabul and SPORTSWEAR . . .SUNSHINE SEPARATES PENNSHEEN PLAYMATES A wonderful new Caribbean inspired look! Native type plaids with Pensheen, our exclusive cloth . . . designed to Penney's exacting standards of what fine sportswear fabric should be. Silicons treated to resist soil, wrinkles . . . to machine wash, drip dry faster, iron easier! Khaki, black, white, lodcn green. Sizes 10-20. MIDCALF PANTS...3.98 BERMUDA SHORTS 3.98 BLOUSES SHORT SHORTS O98 SAIL-A-WAY COTTON AT ITS CRISP FRESH BEST! Sail-AAVay! . . . Sanforized crease-resistant all combed cotton (hat machine washes quickly, drips dry, needs little ironing! 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He buys and sells waste oil, other newcomer with n fcrcnt" kind of occupations Is Canul of Santa Mnrln. lie Is n ReoloRlst, Mr, nnd Mrs. Frntes have n little boy, 14 months, nnd '""' CwMn Clim " hnve Â« llu|p boy, 2, and two little girls, 4 ThiMHliirn and Catherine I. II- anil 3 weeks. ley.' 1319 Argonne, reared their) The Canuts live nt 2122 Sllvn. VFW's Buddy Poppy Sale Set Friday, Saturday Lakcwood Veterans of Forcif;ni William Cannon, p r o j e c t Wars Post 8(15 will conduct its chairman, said . t h a t proceeds mutual sale of Huddy Poppies will be used In programs to re- Friday and Saturday. habilitate disabled servicemen, The two-day period has been to aid others In readjustment proclaimed as VlAV Huddy Pop- problems, nnd to provide for war py il'nys In the City of Lake- orphans at the VFW National wood by Mayor Angelo M. Inco- Home for Orphans nt Eaton Ixml. iHaplds, Mich. I ,**~,^Â»^,Sf 111 li i i H T ' I TÂ»Â«ii r in i Plant Building Lagoons to Gather Its Own Water CHICAGO if.l'i-Two manmade lagixins " I I I Kii|i[ly a new water tables, poor drainage, nnd Â· consequent flooding, plus the meliil fabricating plant being overtaxing of existing water built near suburban licnscnvlllc'produclng nnd sewnge fnclllties with all the water needed for| The company, willing and nlr conditioning and industrial jHirposrs. The lagoons will store rnln- Wnter collected from 10 ncres o[ roof and (mrklng area. The plant Is being constructed by Kllck-lteedy Corp., the ready to make Its plant site a model of waler conservation through proper drainage, did not want to depend completely on the nearest water source, the village of lienscnvllle. Lagoons and an "Interval" nation's larfirsl producer, of wntl ' r "' slrm comprised the so. Industrial air and hydraulic cyl-l "" 0 " hlt u|)t)n '* " lp TM m lÂ»ny. l n( | Bn( I It will provide the firm with up It is the first manuraelmliiK l"... 1 . 8 '.'.^ _ KI|1 JÂ°TM plant to co up In the northwest corner o( Du I'HKP County, III., In 'JO years, 70111114; of n %Â· acre tract to industrial use by the; county which largely has been agricultural and residential. Â· represented n reversal of trend nnd the beginning of nn liour at a cost estimated nt about half n cent per thousand gallons. Seymour Waterfall, 'chairman of the county lioard of supervisors, said the plant Is the hind that the county "can take pride In." over-nil development . plsn by the county. . li-fore the county could nc-. ecpt the new facility ns n mod-! el of the type of Industry It MCaVy hoped to nttrnct In Its planned 'We're hnppy to have such nn excellent model pointing the way to our future growth." development, liolh the company nncj county had to grapple with the Inipurtnnl problem of water. 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