Independent from Long Beach, California on May 20, 1957 · Page 7
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''·?.*··;.'-s/?-:'\':''.'"-· :/.f''^,' ' r ,.^- "i!'-! 1 *'*'' ~;. : ?*'wH; : -'if'%· Liberals' Defend Ike Budget, Oppose Guts goal a SOO-bllllon-dollar produc tlon rate by 1960. The presen rate Is around 4H billion. WASHINGTON Wl -- Fifty nine "liberals" In the economic, labor, .education and other fields went to the defense of the Els. enhower budget Sunday, They urged Congress to appropriate funds to "meet the needs of the nation." ' In a statement directed to all members of Congress and released through the Americans for Democratic Action (ADA) the group declared! 'This nation can afford the programs In the budget now be [ore the Congress, and indeed, looking to our future well-be- Ing, we suggest that the nation cannot afford to , do without these programs." Among the signers were Arthur J, Altmeyer, former Social S e c u r i t y administrator; Theodore M. Berry, vice mayor of Cincinnati; Dr. Sarah G. Blinding, president of Vassar College; James B, Carey, presl' dent of the International Union of Electrical Workers; Richard son DUworth, mayor of Philadelphia. ' . Also, James Loeb Jr., Sara nac Lake, N. Y., publisher and me of the founders of ADA; Monroe Sweetland, Portland, Ore, publisher, and Upton Sinclair, author. Among the ADA signers were Walter P. Reuther, president of the United Automobile Work' en; Marvin Rosenberg 1 , New York City businessman, and Arthur M. Schleslnger Jr., pro* 'cisor of history at Harvard. ·· WASHINGTON' Wl ~ The Conference on Economic Progress Sunday called for an end o "reckless attacks" on the ludget, saying President Elsen- hower's $71.800,000,000 spending program.barely meets the growth needs of the country. · In a study directed by Leon Keyserllng, chairman of the President's, Council of Economic Advisers in the Truman administration, the conference urged Elsenhower to set as a national rNDEPENDENT-P*g« A- c.nr, MM* *«r », .."-,·- ·:··,,·' ,v; ·.'.··,·; ::;;.»:·/.. .. '^'Of .'--"!*:; ---SX'- 1 : " .- '·'..'··· · V . ' . · · ' « ' . , AdT.rtlwm.til · More Comfort Wearing FALSE TEETH HM* U plfUMtt WIJ M OY.ra *»· Bl»«t diMomton. PA8TKI . u Improved powdw. ·pnnklM u upp*r nd lawn pun*, holtu tlum Brmtr M th»« lh« 7 (MI man com lOFUkDlB. Na mmm. mnn»* n**.i r » l « 7 (MI mora com fonablt. No (urnnir, gaorr. pun « wfMllni. IV. alEilin. /BOB' DOM o J «"«« ·eld ---TT -*· ·«»..*·. 4» Buuiinv faun ·eld), DOM nni nur. Obwkj J pl««o odor* (d.nturt pnktbl. Oti Tuf, TKTTH todir | tar ana omii ing Order?; · Beklns welcomes them all! - ' · Bckint will movt your fiirnltun ~ ' in a lirgt or tmttl v»n, dtptnding oa your netdi. But rtftrdltti of the ilie of your order, you an depend oq fut service...experienced moving men...and sll (round movlof dny Miitfactioit when you call Beklnt. RWWBER...ML (AOV1NG SERVICE IS NOT THE SAMS WHY JE7TUE FOR t£W WHEN TWBRB W NO EXTK4 COW FOR B£K/Nf TE 4-1157 241 H. trttt A*9. M O V I N G HE 6-5271 14JO f, AMjMifli . ..^ U-* lM«h» ·/ 6A ta T5551 IOt f. C-... S T O R A G E · PACKING · SHIPPING NE 1-6195 1111 N. U« 4 POWER WORKSHOP SAVE OVER $30 DURING SALE! BENCH SAW I SUPREMF P R K I i l O N G l A H f D CHUCK SAVE J 307«-OKEI 38%-llilll6 SALE · H ·J'.TMCi Mi AS ADVERTISED IN LIFE POST .... .$14.t5 Mi/t* · /.*$ .. 1M$ · tovTsM* ft MHit ·««·.. *,« If! ·AmrMnrJUMdtMrt.. 7.H · Mtfatm * rVftMH Sfftf / ; GRfATtST WORKSHOP! B/ocfsr muet^j* SAViS TtMf MOHtV!'ill? *«,-4 ··». ,' '". « ; ^ PORTABLE ' // POWER SAW ·ffOUUR VALUt KM *49** A TOOL OF [|-jj.7 ^i BENCH STAMD STRAIGHT LINE ACTION ! /, 000 USES! \ I IfcL^ 1 M °' o r '" Mc " ld ' , -- ,_ \ 'V^ , "-C^--, Grinding, Pnlril OSCILLATING / ^ J DEPTH cur '· ADJUSTMENT SANDER ivea.tlier 977 MEN'S Q U A L I T Y SUITS R E D U C E D T O C L E A R F A S T ! SPANKING BRAND-NEW ALL-WOOL CLOTHING IN VERY LATEST STYLES, FABRICS AND PATTERNS The plain truth; we overbought t Our woolen buyers went overboard when . they selected fabrics for oar spring .· suits. The patterns were to outstand- ' ing, and their prices so attractive, ' that we deliberately gambled a bit. . Then see what the weather man did to us. So we have nearly 1,000 too many suits on hand. Our treasurer says cut prices, sell them now and /air/ Come get yourself a bargain. MEN'S $ SUITS NOW REDUCED TO · EXCELLENT ALL-WOOL SUITS In choice new weaves and patterns. Worsteds, tweeds, sharluklns, flannels, etc. 2 and 3 button latest' models. All beautifully tailored and ' lined, It's a crying shame to sell , -, . themfor$34. .. ; . . . MEN'S ·6O SUITS NOTV REDUCED TO . DELUXE ALL-WOOL SUITS in premium-grade fabrics and patterns. Finest worsteds, sharkskins, and imported flannels. See them this spring in some of America's most ' exclusive men's shops at nearly twice thij price. ·37.5O Newest Capri silk blends! The ' ' outstanding new summer suit Also . included, many other fine tropical suits. Also $42.30 values for $32.75. Get yours nowl ^s^ i rousHa , SANDS SMOOTH! N,, ,,,oro 0 ,hc, LEAVES NO SCRATCHES! '"'"' «·'"·" v ou " .NAPS ON \ 5om I - l i.tioiicinilp«-,lor Powor Polisher on Co SAW iuoi /" IlllS fOR AN(,LI i N ' i i i m u ' (UTS FROM 0 10 IS UVfR AOION \ I DRILL PRESS UNDERWRITER APPROVED! FACTORY GUARANTEED! powtATT ^c^ EDNR T IVING ' V .hWU.lbHt.ll~t mt HRWI t* In H* g/: POWER MEANS At*, POWER! i icy -1 ] '/ , , l j F O R Y'l i PRICISf Vi'/ (CCIIRAH J D R I I I I N G ; ROOIINn. .! GRINDING, lie i: PHONETcOME'lNlorMAILTHISlUPON! Cameras since 1927 330 PINK AYE. HI 2.HII LON« IUCH . 21M IELLFLOWER BLVD. HI 3.7417 LOS ALTOS WINSTIAD MOS.I : I SMd m» Hw "THOU" Drill---lO.lfr.1" Warkikep « advtr* liMd. I an (Mining S] and will pay balmc* $1 o WM«. . RIHRlNCUt ; 'mlimm ' . D Own Ynir H.mt? ' mmm*mm*mmmimm.mm+mmmmmmm* T A K E 6 M O N T H S TO PAY ' $75 LUXURY SUITS An Impressive group of exceptionally fine wonledi and boilaomt, fabrics uiuslly reicrved forcuilom isllorlni, Besullfully hind Ullored, for men who ippreclste ouutindlng quality, $48 FINEST $80 SUITS . Our top range of de luxe Imported B rltlih, Itsllsn snd domeitlc woriledi, ill with very fincit hsnd tailoring throughout, A rtmsrkabls group of luiu. Th« ultlmst* In ilyle and fit.. $56 *3O , ( AH n«w luxury fabrics. In a tnmtndous "" H'PO'R'T 1 ' ·' auortmentof w«av«t, patterns and colon, from »*»-»*··»·. foremoit mllli. 2 and 3 button modtli In Q OATS ' '*"*' *')'" n (' E yer V one It an outitindlng value. $19 .. $35 · :.. .. All new luxury fabrics. In »tremendous - CrarklJT "tsiortmtnt of weave*, pattern* and colon, from OITV/XVX .; for«moitmlll«.2andJbultonmod«liln COATS '''"' 'ty"" 1 * E ver X on* 1$ in ouUUndlng value. $24 MEN'S : $7.95 SLACKS Sheen gabardlnei. Alio warm weather tropical weavci. All with imarteit styling and tailoring. Walitllies from 28 up to 42. Wide variety , ; of colors. For drew, work or sportswear. · ' 2 FAIRS. $975 812 OS ' All virgin wool flannel and gabardine from .:.* ' world famouiJ. P.Stcveni Woolen Mlllt, ''. ALL-WOOL BeauUfully «tyl«d and talrOrtd. Evtry ihadc. __ mntfc, from charcoal broMn and trey to llfhtett . , SJjAV/JXO : freyiandlani.LuiuryUllorln(. . .·,,'"·.^ $9 BROADWAY A AMERICAN. Open Man. Fri. Eves till 9 Park f r«9 In any Park'N Shop lot

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