The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on October 9, 1947 · 7
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 7

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Neighborhood Policy Containing 263,760 square feet of selling and service floor space, the building occupies seven acres. Parking space for 750 cars is to be provided directly behind the store. Tom May, vice-president of May Co. stores who supervised construction of the hew build- New Life Insurance Totals 21 Billion CHICAGO, Oct. 8. (Residents of the United States bought more than $21,300,000,000 of new life insurance in 1946 and Canadians bought $1,303,000,000 worth, Dwight L. Clarke, president of the American Life Convention, said today. Clarke, of Los Angeles, told the convention's 42nd annual meeting that the 1946 purchases brought the total insurance on the lives of U.S. residents to a record si7o.ooo.ooo.ooo. and to nearly $11.000,000,000 in Canada. Pulaski Memorial Day Designated " WASHINGTON, Oct. 8. (JP) President Truman today designated Saturday as Gen. Pulaski memorial day in honor of the rolish patriot who lost his life fighting for American independence in the Revolutionary War. Tijuana Man Killed by Homemade Bomb TIJUANA, Oct. 8. (Police Chief Enrique Paulin said that a small package, taken from a vegetable grower's truck, exploded .in downtown Tijuana yesterday killing Jose Buenos, 43, who was holding it. He expressed belief the package was a homemade bomb. 7te finer tWlIORE FMEMLSP n W T m mpl S r txompiet tou wouia n m at expect to pay at least ym $275 for a complete funera with 47 items of service w?-4 f .inkUD u nil. uduuiii u iw m i . 1 .. J - iL:. U. ..:f..t Jcasket. fj AT UTTER-McKINLEY'S ONIY $185 Other CempUf I A $60-$110-v $325 $4 Other Complete Funeral $265 $4! rj mn ran if" 1 RG4 ia I auoatM er Mibl ymt wtf back ttmm utomarli eria nnn painful , tuttocttv Ins im. Hour B(ornrh nrt butburo, doctora usually f.rrw-iih ttxm tMtflse-rtlnit mli'-lns lrnnwn lor rrmpmnMtliTllrf mfyllclnmikxthwila Blt-as Thi'. No UiMt. Bll-n hrlnsa comfort In )ui7ormuraDouiiaaaioraounie mon7bsck. 26a jm w muni ikihw wag hit ownw moafr OKI. I CEU-WiSfcrAcidliidi2e3lioa25!T EYJ 1 1 it ' 1 TOMORROW CRENSHAW ing, pointed out that the store has been "created expressly for the residents of the Crenshaw area. It is a neighborhood store, staffed with personnel who are neighbors of the very people we hope to serve." An auditorium in the store's basement has been completely equipped with dressing rooms, public address system, a runway illuminated by directional pinpoint lighting and " seating for 300 persons. A main-floor snack bar capable of serving 160 patrons is provided. Customers taking children to the store may leave them in a large playroom staffed by nurses and equipped with slides, play pens and games. o 4 A great favorite is this fine oxford cloth shirt with the comfortable "Lasher" long- point California collar. (Stays keep the pomts neatly m place; . . . HE LARGEST SELECTION OF MANHATTAN -SHIRTS-IN THE WEST MULLE N & new May Co. Crenshaw, at doors to public tomorrow. State Employment Gains in August SACRAMENTO, Oct. 8. (JP) Seasonal food processing boosted manufacturing employment in California from 703,700 in July to 758,000 in August, the State Department of Industrial Relations announced today. The August total was listed as slightly above last year's but 15 per cent below that for the same month in 1945. Employment in non-durahle goods industries reached 3S0,-400, a record for August. U.S. Signs Air Accord WASHINGTON, Oct. 8. (JP) The State Department announced today the United States has signed an "interim" air transport agreement with Austria. In Mullen & Bluett's big selection of famous Man- hattan shirts... you'll find your favorite collar styles in white oxfords!... white broadcloths!... white on whites! Fill your top drawer with America's quality shirts . . . comfortable . . . easy-fitting . . . tailored with plenty of room through the shoulders and chest . . . plenty of length. Manhattans are the kind of shirts you always feel and look good in. T Tarticularly comfortable is this white broadcloth shirt with "Set-Io collar. isr g (Stays keep collar points in place) j Banks to Get '41 Tax Refund, Too Superior Judge Joseph W. Vickers yesterday included the 1941 tax year in his order under which Los Angeles County must return millions of dollars in taxes paid on bank buildings from 1942 to 1946. In more than 700 suits banks of the county charged discrimination because they had paid taxes on vault doors and counter lines as real property, whereas other businesses pay personal property tax on such trade fixtures. Last July 23 Judge Vickers ruled that the tax money should be returned. However, the buildings will be reassessed minus 22 cents per $100 for the fixtures. Under the law tax money returned to the banks will be increased by interest at 5 per cent. Rail Blast Kills One LAKE PRESTON, (S.D.,) Oct. 8. (JP) Explosion of a work train locomotive boiler in the Chicago & North Western Railroad yards here today fatally injured Robert Cavanaugh, watchman on the locomotive. "Happy Hacker's" CASABLANCA WILSHmB AND FAIRFAX WTC. 7545 o Ti ft Jr Try, . r ir jf"i i 1 " 1 """y Dinnari from 6 p.m. Supper Until 2:30 a.m. (( Two Shews Nightly Two Orchestras V 43i Sun BWdtmpsto381)j WML. ; '''"' ' I Here's BALDWIN ESTATE SHOWS INCREASE OF $2,972,778 Value of the estate left by Anita M. Baldwin, daughter of the late E. J. (Lucky) Baldwin, has increased by $2,972,778 since her death in 1939, executors reported yesterday to Superior Judge Newcomb Condee. The estate at present has an appraised value of $5,065,536,' the accounting states, but its assets could easily be sold on the open market for more than $6,000,000. Mrs. Baldwin, who legalized her maiden name after marriage, left nearly all her estate in trust to provide each of her two children, Baldwin M. Baldwin and Mrs. Dextra Baldwin Derx, with an income of $1500 a month for 15 years. At the end of that time the will directed dissolution of the trust and division of proceeds between the son and daughter. In approving the accounting, Judge Condee allowed the law firm of Meserve, Mumper & Hughes $6500 fees on account and gave Mrs. Derx $27,000 and SALESMAN WANTED Long stablishod, local wholesale concern needs salesman to call on retail stores with nationally adver-. tised products. Established , territories, liberal drawing account ogainit commissions. Car required. Preference given to former successful house 1o house salesman. Give full details first letter. Experience, age and earnings. BOX E-229-NA, TIMES THE "3" GUYS AND JEANNE KELLER BAWOINfi EXCELLENT CUISINE n a shirt that looks neat stays neat. Tailored of fine broadcloth with the popular long-life "Span" collar. (Fused g yQQ to prevent wrinkling or wilting) Baldwin $12,000 for their services as trustees for the period covered by the accounting, June 1, 1946, to May 31, 1947. The third trustee, Raymond L. Knis-ley, for many years manager of Baldwin interests, waived fees. Textile Strike Ends BUENOS AIRES, Oct.8. (JP) The Argentine t e x ti 1 e strike which began Oct. 2 was ended by union leaders today. o ) o Our Current Rate on Savings Since 1889 we hove always poid the highest rate consistent with safety. IIS regular earnings payments hove bee made without interruption. I addition to thrt record o4 safety, eoch account So $5000 is FEDERAlir INSURED. Investigate the distinguished record of one of California's Oldest Sowings Institutions today. Accounts opened by the lOrh of ony month eorn from the 1st. HOME BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 11 So. Spring St. e lot Angela 4 TRinrty 7991 This shirt comes in rich -looking .basket - A favorite style .... smooth, rich-looking weave oxford cloth with the popular new white on white broadcloth with the populajr r r r i read, button down "Burt" g q " ; "Westcott" long-point Olifornia $ Q 3 . . . . . . . . . collar and French cuffs ... widespread, button down "Burt" collar Rainbow Division Veterans to Meet Members of the Los Angeles section of the Rainbow Division veterans will hold thefr monthly meeting tonight at Patriotic Hall, 1816 S. Figueroa St. Harold Browere, secretary, said Installation of new officers is expected. A DATEf2 k t v.v.y4 '.Y.V.YI V.V.V.ii Friday, October I Oth niV.V.l l ...... .LI ...... At ........ U .V.V.Y.-.U mmm at 12:30 P-m- Mlli . . v . V . .n f p I v.v.v.v.-.n.v -WAV An V AV mm SEE FRIDAY'S PAPER 0 . . , v . . .... v. , , BLUETT BROADWAY. AT. 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