Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on January 4, 1959 · Page 15
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 15

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DR. MILTON EISENHOWE1 Favors Cold Shoulder Ike's Brother Urges Chill for Dictators WASHINGTON (UPI)_D Milton Eisenhower urged tl United States S a t u r d a y · adopt a cold-shoulder polio toward Latin American diet; tors. The President's brother r ported to the White House o his fact-finding tour of Centr America and Mexico last yea He said--apparently with th President's blessing -- that was time for a switch in th striped-pants t r e a t m e n t ( south-of-the-border strongme and called for "new and dr t matic action" to improve U. £ Latin American relations. * * ¥ » DR. EISENHOWER, pros dent of Johns Hopkins Un versity, Baltimore, noted tha democratic L a t i n American frequently charge the Unite States with supporting dicta tors, and said: "I believe the suggestion o Vice President Nixon (mad after Nixon's ill-fated Sout American tour) is sound an would be applauded by Lati America itself-that we ha\ an 'abrazo' (embrace) for demo cratic leaders and a formal handshake for dictators. "Trivial as this may soum I recommend that it -be mi official policy in relations wit Latin American leaders and na tions ... "I recommend that we re Train from granting specia recognition to a dictator, re gradless of the temporary ad vantage that might seem to b promised by such an act." Not Drunk, Dan Dailey Declares NEW YORK (If) -- A c t o Dan Dailey, still bea'ring facia marks from a fight with Holly wood officers who arrested him on a drunk driving charge Dec 28, sailed Saturday to make i series of films for British tele vision. Before departing on the linei Queen Mary, Dailey told news men he was not drunk at the time of his arrest and said hi is still friends with Hollywood officers. "While the police are friend: of mine, there is a drive on there. If they arrest Joe Smith they can't get publicity. But if you arrest'Barry Sullivan or an Irishman named Dailey, the public feels they, (the police! are doing their job," said Dailey He is free on bail pending disposition of the c h a r g e against him. Federal Tax Guides Soon to Be Issued WASHINGTON UP~The Internal Revenue Service said Saturday it soon will make available 1959 editions of three tax guides, for individuals, small businessmen and farmers. The booklets have been revised to include changes in (he tax laws voted by Congress last summer and also include recent regulations and rulings which affect common tax problems. Two of the publications, "Your Federal Income Tax" and "Tax Guide for Small Business," cost 35 cents a copy and may be purchased at local IRS offices or from the Superintendent of Documents, Washington 25, D. C. "Farmers' Tax Guide" may he obtained without charge from local IRS offices and from county agriculture agenls. ,, ,,,, INDEPENDENT-PRESS-TELEGRAM--A-15 M A store-wide fiesta of buys that only a store the size of may co. could nuke. big deals mean going into the market at the right time, with big money to pick top merchandise for sale at bottom prices. iV'.v the sale of the ^century 99 vim heusen century shirts 2.99 regularly 3/8.8S 4.00-5.00 Unheard of--but true, the famous van heusen century shirts are lower priced than ever in their history. Because van heusen has introduced a series of new models, they have made it possible for May Co. to offer you this biggest of all big deals. Famed for the exclusive one p i e c e revolutionary collar that won't wrinkle ever, we expect these shirts to go · like rockets! Available at these sensational prices: (a) Century #100, reg. col., button, fr. cuffs. White. (b) Century #200, spread collar, button, fr. cuffs. (c) Century #300, short point collar, button, fr. cuff, blue, tan, grey, white. (d) Century #30 rd. eyelet, fr. cuffs. Also other van, heusen and fancy shirts in stripes, checks, solids. Sizes 14-17 . . . sleeves 32-35 3/8.85 Mete's Furnishings, Strett Floor wear at a tremendous saving iBaaSi^gs^^ men's cardigan 100% latnbsivool 6.99 value 8.93 A 4 button front sweater, with 4 points that make it top seller. Popular low opening front, contrasting trim on placquet, pocket; bell sleeves and metal buttons. Favorite colors of It. oxford, char- coal, beige, It. blue. SMLXL Min't Sporlitftir, Strut flout men 9 8 Muidenvear--undersold! Ic 69 6/4.10 values §9c-1.00 And you'll believe each and every piece is under-sold, at these prices! Tremendous selection of cotton shorts, t shirts, knit undershirts and briefs in complete sixc range! militarized cull on bronilfloth short* fully cut, combed cotton, roomy balloon seat; boxer, gripper fastener styles, hc.it resistant clastic waistbands, whites, fancies. 28-44. «»c, ti/'I.IO nylon neck t shirts-guaranteed shape retaining, non- sag neckline, won't droop, stretch. Fully ait combed cotton S (34-36), M (38-40), I. (42-44), XI. (46). cotton Itnit briefs-- fine combed cotton, roomy non- binding scat, heat resistant clastic waist; live rubber in leg openings, sizes S (23-32), M (34-36), "L (38-42). «»c, G/t.lO mristi rili undershirts-- Fully combed cottons, nylon reinforced at points of strain, shape retaining; fully cut, sizes 36-46. «9c, G/4.10 Men's Furnishings, Street Floor Envoy in Geneva GENEVA W--U. S. Ambassador James J. Wadsworth re-,;.; turned hern from the United'!] States Saturday for the rc-IH opening Monday of the East-! I West conference on a nuclear-i'.j test ban. SHOP ALL DAY MONDAY 9:30 A.M.-9:30 P.M. FASHIONS A LA ROSENFELD a June in January fashion showing of delightful spring dresses and costumes designed by mr. henry roscnfcld. modeled informally in our misses' sportswear department, the fashion collection will spotlight a blush of spring greens, massed florals, floating and the young look mr, roscnfcld has made famous. MONDAY, JANUARY 5, 2 until 4 -- 1 until 9 , WAY CO. LAKEWOOD. 5100 LAKEWOOD BLVD. STORE OPEN'S DAILY AT 9:30 A.M. SHOP MOM., TIIURS., FRI., 9:30 TO 9:30 TL'ES.. WED., SAT., 9:30 TO 5:30 TT?S^;''^*7r?i-\'.'v-^:v.t".;:; 1 '^ .71; ; -,-~-":T\*

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