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July 27, 1992 From Times Staff and Wire ReportsCarter Hawley Reports Loss: Carter Hawley Hale Stores Inc. said it had a loss of $5.9 million for the nine week period ended July 4, on sales of $347 million. A year earlier, the Los Angeles based retailer posted a $9.2 million loss on sales of $356.9 million. Carter Hawley Hale Stores Inc. operates 87 stores under the names of The Broadway, The Broadway Southwest, Emporium and Weinstocks. The company is reorganizing under Chapter 11 bankruptcy laws.ARTICLES BY DATEPunch LinesDecember 19, 1997 Present Tense: Ever notice how some people put cheap gifts inside boxes from expensive stores so it looks like they spent more money? Here's a tip for women opening presents on Christmas morning: "Cartier does not make a Chia Pet." (Jay Leno) Scream Team: "I went to see that slasher movie 'Scream 2' last night. It's a good movie, but the guy in back of me ruined it. He was saying, 'Oh, that's not real! That's not how you do it! Gimme a break! You don't hold the knife that way!'Creditors Committee Appeal Denied: A federal judge denied an appeal from Carter Hawley Hale Stores Inc. District Judge Dickran Tevrizian upheld an August decision by a bankruptcy judge that allowed a Carter Hawley Hale special committee to lead the efforts to decide the chain's fate. He's got 18 grandkids demanding attention. He's even put some distance between himself and the abrupt end three years ago of his big time corporate career, though he's still being blamed for ruining the one time retailing colossus Carter Hawley Hale Stores depriving employees of hefty retirement savings in the process. Yet, at an age when most erstwhile industrial chieftains have slipped into a twilight of golf outings and cushy board assignments, Philip M. He's got 18 grandkids demanding attention. He's even put some distance between himself and the abrupt end three years ago of his big time corporate career, though he's still being blamed for ruining the onetime retailing colossus Carter Hawley Hale Stores depriving employees of hefty retirement savings in the process. Yet, at an age when most erstwhile industrial chieftains have slipped into a twilight of golf outings and cushy board assignments, Philip M. After all, the Los Angeles based retailer operator of the Broadway department store chain had recently emerged from a painful bankruptcy reorganization and was ready to introduce David L.

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