Independent from Long Beach, California on May 22, 1957 · Page 12
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P«e.« A.12-INPEPENDENT w*^ M.,M. HIT Assault Charge Filed Against Man in Stabbing ·'··" A complaint charging Willie Shields. 31. of 1911 Orange Ave, with assault with Intent to commit murder w«i Issued Tuesday by the district attorney 1 ! office. Shields wa» arrested Sunday after to allegedly tubbed Lee Andrew Rucker. 31, of 2094 Orange Ave., In the throat with a knife during an argument The office refuied a s s a u l t complaint* against four other person* arrested after allotted weekend brawli. They were A fred Reevei, 57, of 1000 E. An helm St; Blllle Fay Henry, 22 Kenneth E. Caddis, 30, of 1116 Lampion St., Garden Grove, an Jamei Clements, 29. of 7493 M Nlel Way, Buena Park, $10,000 ;AY '. U,-.'4-J sayngs ACCOUNTS OMNIB ty lk.IOtk.fANY MONTH IA UN lr» tk. lit. , . " «*» IIS** OH* VMM ' t P.M. MI* 124 · AST FIRST ST. KM* r-ini . ,,v . IITWIIN r'Ni AN» locurr 135 E. OCEAN AVE, U OmUtu lntfMw F R E E P A R K I N G 8AH OIPOSIT (OXB . . . II.H PBi YIAI NATIONAL CELEBRATION,; Demos To6s Barbs at Modern GOP W A S H I N G T O N HIP)--A group of top Democrat!--In :Iudlng Adlal E. Stevenson anc 'ormer President Truman--appeared on a nation-wide polltl :al quiz show Tueiday night ;hat featured lome larcnitlc qulpi about "Modem Rcpubll canl«m." · The quiz wai the featured at- ractlon of the first annual democratic Party night. Democrat! at dinner and after din ner gathering! throughout the nation tuned In the quiz ihow iroadcait over CBS radio. · ... Stevenson, Democratic preil deritlal candidate In 1932 and 956, acted ai quizmaster. Truman, Mn. Albcn Barkley, Sen. ohn Sparkman (D-Ala) and Gov. Foster Furcolo of Massachusetts were the panellits. Stevenson wai at a dinner ere, and Truman was In Kan ai City, Mo. They were hooked p on the radio network for he program. · The dlnnen around the conn ry varied In ityle and food but moit were of the "hot-dog and jeani" variety. In Bent County, Colo,--hard-hit by drought-upper wai fumlihed at only 10 centi a helping. Others varied rom a cocktail dance and buf- et In Marln County, Calif,, to a MX lupper and cake walk" n Perry County, 111. · · · · · THE POLITICAL quips flew thick and fait with Modern Re publlcanlim taking IU ihare pot ihoti. Stevenion said that Rep. Noah Maion (R-I11) termed. Modern Republlcanlim "a form of bribery, a program to buy votei with the voters' own money.' Sparkman laid "Modern Republicanism Is never putting until tomorrow what should have been dona In 1873." It Is "like an Iceberg." Furcolo said. He explained that "It's cold, slow-moving, ' and very little of It shows abqve the surface." "The Republican Iceberg It 10 .. per cent vlilble, 90 per cent of submerged and 100 per cent at sea," he added. STEVENSON tald that "people In Washington are still ta,lk Ing about an historic occurrence which took place here not ago. Secretary (of State John OH Foster) Dullei and Preildent Eisenhower were both In town at the same time." piled that the airport was correct. Truman laid he admired De feme Secretary Charles E, Wll son for hli recent remark that criticism about defense spending by his "rich frlendi" In the UA long Chamber of. Commerce "gives me a pain." Then, he asked, "Where did they meet?" Furcolo was first with on an iwcr. "It must have been either at the railroad station or airport," he laid. Stevenson "MY ADMIKAT10X went Up H notch on that statement," Truman remarked. Furcolo laid "It was a doggoned good answer." Truman also said Elsenhower the wrote a letter to a newspaper- re- man itatlng that "the neceuary md wise subordination of the military to civilian power will '' be best sustained when llfe-long ;. professional soldiers abstain '," from seeking high political of- " fice," Eisenhower, ' Truman ' said, wrote the letter while In charge of the North Atlantic Treaty ' Organization. THE PANELISTS a l s o re- ' called some barbed remarks the' late Sen. Alben W. Darkley had , made. Stevenion said one that 1e remembered was th«t "a ·'· bureaucrat Is a Democrat who . holds an office that some Republican wants." we're open mon. and fri. till 9:00 DOWNTOWN LONG .BEACH WEDNESDAY MORNING for , f o r PRINT OR PLAIN . . . READY MADE DRAPES Terrific special purchase makes, this , low price possible. Textured cot- ' ton ind rayon fabrics in assorted. ; prints is well as a few solid colors, . Size 48 by 8l inches. , rt; Save With Penney's OCEANS 0' NOTIONS STAMPED PILLOWCASES S| . I hemstitched hemsl I pr.' ASSORTED LACES |-c | A« COTTON EYELET ....9 I V* d SWEDISH WEAVING *)f\* INSTRUCTION BOOKS AV" IVT LEAGUE ' BUCKLES ,,· IMPTD. SOLINGER SCISSORS IA««ort«d sites) __ BIAS TAPE and . 1 RICK RACK 1 I COATS * CLARKS EMBROIDERY FLOSS KNITTING WORSTED YARN 4-ply. 4-oz. -- -METALLIC TRIMS CO ATS CLARKS Ac Mercerized Sew. ThrtadO , TALON OAc ZIPPERS ,, S\i I PERCALE'PIPING . · (biased and corded). _._.,. RAYON SEAM TAPE ^ , Blai and Straight ^_^TM. PRIM BUCKLES 1 t-c · BUnONStocovir.ld I. Z. BELT A BUCKLE APc ^ Ac KITS.'/, to IV,". 4.9 ro O7 Stamped Babv Goods 9Qc ' Sacquet I klmonor. OT to MeCALL ADVANCE PAHERNS to PENNEY'S FIFTH AND PINE DOWNTOWN LONG BEACH BEATS ALL SALES-F IN-SEASON CLEARANCE SWEATER.TOP PUMPS FINAL CLEARANCE GIRLS' SHORT COATS Fashion-tight medium-heel pumps . with a lastnc "iweiter" binding thit kcepi them comfortably in place. Choo»e from white, bark or brown. Silo J to 9, AA and B widths. Terrific laving! on girls' better quality short coats that are greatly reduced for quick clearance. Assorted styles in ill-wool fleeces. . . nylon fleeces ind wool tweeds. Sizes 7 to 14, Rayon lining!! A I R C R A F T WORKERS, UNION MEMBERS and FEDERAL EMPLOYEES YOU TOO WILL SAVE EVERY DAY at P. M.THOMAS WE DIDN'T E BUT WE IN OVER 7 EVERY ITEM Bl NEW A P P L I A N C E S HAVE YOU EVBt SON THf$E ·g GAS RANGES.. RM. 9279.00 FAMOUS MtAMO ELECTRIC RANGES .". COMBINATION -- fT DOES EVERYTHING DUOMAT WASHER ,,* ,,,.,, CLOTHES DRYER DOUBLE-DOOR 'REFRIGERATORS POPULAR -- CLASSICAL -RECORD 13-CU.-Fr. DE LHXE -- SOLD AT 309.95 REFRIGERATORS .PLASH DEFROST, BUTTER t EGO KEtTERS, ETC. · · I UPRIGHT FREEZERS A TOP NAME--HOLDS 315 LB--SHEtViS M DOOR. H01POINT--2-CTCLE --RE«. 3*0.00 FULLY A U T O M A T I C W S H E R S si nt IN WHITE or COLOR -- GAS BUILT-IN RANGES 419.00 VALW --OVEN. BROILER. SURFACE DWT · · A P P L I A N C CORDS RIG. eft S-P?fCE -- INCLUDES WALL S P I C E S E T S VALUES TO AT LEAST 3 A L A R M C L O C K S C L O S E - O U CARD TABLE WE DIDN'T ONE CARAT DIAMOND Rill wftii GAS DRYERS MAND NEW -- W FACTORY CARTONS · · · · A FAMOUS NATiONALLY ADV. BRAND PORTABLE : ' · v ' S^ftOO COMPARE, THE BRAND! COMPARE THE PRICE! OVER 250 TELEVISIONS CHOOSE . . . ALL FAMOUS NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS . . . ALL DISCOUNTED! 4J.PKCE -- SERVICE STAINLESS STEEL SET RIO. 14.95 NEW 1757 STYLES COSTUMl - J E W E L R GET OUR PRICE IEFORE TC EXAMPLE -REG. 34.95 I ' NECKLACE owl EARRING SETS You Don't Nee; BRING · · A TRUCK OR TRAILER YOU'LL SAVE AT r. M. THOMAS

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