Independent from Long Beach, California on February 13, 1958 · Page 14
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 14

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P.g. t.K-INDEPENDENT '- "* ""-""-"'· "' *? SEES ATOMIC FAW AID Sen. Knowland Gives Address ANAHElM-Sen. William F Kaowland Wednesday wght predicted that American 'farm? Srfto the not-so-distant future U t e . getting an assist foro atomic energy in their efforts to Iffl the 'nation's breadbasket Xtoatad was the featured .neaker at an awards banquet ^hichsawCyrilleFaure » PorterviUe farmer, chosen as California's Outstanding Young Fanner of 1957, by the California Junior Chamber of Com- aure was the top choice of a panel of judges who ate, named George Morse, of Elk Grove, as first runner-up and Xrthur Adrian, of Stockton, as ££ri runner-up for the honor. · * * « , left for Wash- Pasadena, Glendale Buses Rolling Again '- PASADENA (HE)--Buses be- jan rolling again Wednesday in Pasadena and Glendale, marking the' end of a 72-day-old ·trike by 90 employes of two city transit lines. The workers agreed to ac cept- a 20-cent hourly wagi Increase offered by the com pany. They also get a five-day 40-hour week by June, 1959, uigton'after : the meeting. His trip here was expressly to make the award. The senator predicted the state-will be first in population in the nation _by 1970. In forecasting a 27,000,000 population --which he said was a challenge o any farmer--he cautioned mg ton h hat the United States will look oward California for-much of ts food supply and raw ma- erial. » - . " The state already is the lead ing agricultural state of the nation, he added. He said to keep the state an agricultural eader water supply is a prime [actor and called for immediate uture planning for additiona water sources before Southern lalifornia becomes semiarid or even a desert. OAKLAND «·--Edmund..G. Brown Wednesday accused Sen. fciowland- (R-Calif); o£ raising double, standards and cheap demagoguery" on the "right-to- work" issue in California. State Atty. Gen. Brown, who facing Knowland for the TOUCHING briefly on the nation's defense, .Knowla warned th,at we cannot affort to relax our arms developmen now that we have entered ;U missile age. ' - . He also said he would not be surprised if the United State had a missile .or a.space shi on the moon and planets b 1959 and that in a decade o less, space travel would be ii vogue. Knoittxind 'Double Standard? on Work California governorship this year,, told a meeting, of Ala- nieda County newspaper editors and -publishers at' · the Athens dub' that "amid all the senator's labor proposals in'Wash- has-not proposed any right-to-work legislation. In- ;tead-- .he has. raised double standards and cheap demagoguery here in our: state." nounced by the tenattir! Wedneiday, Brown said he *a- ported "the present right--the present-freedom--of. California anployers and' employe! to agree, or disagree, .whether there shall be a union «hop when a majority of workers vote for It" " ' - , However, h* said, Knowland' proposal- would not V'refo'rm." "wreck"' and [projects. Brown called the posed Washington pro'Ject* ;'band-aid propoialii" part.of'a scheme of "trickle '· down economic*;" ' . ' ·' " · ' "Economic prosperity," he Mid, "ii not built on political tranquUlzer*. or » trickle down, trickle ; put-ecoriomic'theory;like the-ienator 1 !.".'.. ·','· ' ..The', l'e g i l l a't i o'ti, Brown charged, is "repressive." t *. · * . * , . 'HE :DISAG»EEI also; with ^.ibwland'* Statement Wednesday that -the' nation's economy would start moving up .by-mid's year with the help of federal Doyi «t ., Long leach-5M Fog* DD1 BROWN DECLARED Know- laud "apparently believes in more repressive legislation for California employers and em- ployes than he does for the rest of the' country. That would put California economy at a serious disadvantage with the other big states in the nation." . . The senator's labor proposals, Brown.'said, would result in "less pay, longer, hours, and less job security for our working people. For all the rest of California, it would only cause economic warfare and instability." * · * · , COMMENTING on Knowland's support of the pending initiative measure to prohibit union shops in the state, an- NOHESABV MARTINS WO SCOTCH/ FAIULOUS «AS ECONOMY ...UP TO TWICE THE MltlACI No matter how.you cut it, t big, heavy car costs real money to-drive and maintain. But think of this: t "Met", gives up to twice the miles per- gallon, costs half as much to own, parks like'a kiddy car, turns on a dime--and is a. whale of a lot of fun to drive. A "Met" cruises at 65. It's * lot of car for the money, hardtop or convertible. Come in and take one out for a-trial spin, Burgin's 4001 - 21 Cherry Av*. 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Special _, 2.99 TABLE LINENS--Fourth Floor 1 CURTAINS, DRAPERIES--Fourth Floor "Rosalie" Curtains in polished cotton: 3.49 Dutch style, 24" length -1.97 3.79 Dutch style, 30" length 2.17 3.98 Dutch style, 36" length ___ 2.37 14.95 "Rosalie"'Bedspread, twin or double 9.97 89c Valance _---^ ··- r' , "Victoria" Curtains -- loop cafe style: 4.95 Dutch Style, 24" length-- --- -5.50 Dutch style, 30" length 2.47 2.77 . 24.95 Matching Spread, twin or dbuble._.12.47 Dacron Dot Curtains 2.95 24" Dutch style --. ;----1.57 3.25 30" Dutch style ,-- --1.77 3,95 36" Dutch style! -1.97 5.50 36". Priscillas --_ 2.37 5.95 45" Priscillas --2.67 6.50 54" Priscillas _I -2.97. 79c Valance _,,--!- j 4.95 "Fashioner" Panels by Quaker Lace. Full 81" length. 85% dacron, 15% cotton. Launder easily,' need no starching. White, aqua or pink.. 2.97 Hekli Mix-or-match Curtains, Bedspreads. 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F r i d a y s : 12 N o o n t o 9 P.M.

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