Independent from Long Beach, California on February 4, 1960 · Page 6
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Page A-6--INDEPENDENT Un » · c « h ' CJIII,.TIOTI., nt. 4. i«« FAMILY CAR Senate Rejects GOP School-Aid Substitute WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Senate Wednesday overwhelmingly rejected a Republican attempt to substitute a federal - s t a t e school-bond-retirement program for a billion-dollar Democratic aid - to - education bill. The roll-call vote was 71 to 18, with Sen. Frank Lausche (D-Ohio), the only Democrat to support the GOP proposal advanced by Sen. Jacob K. Javits (R-NY) and John Sherman Cooper (R-Ky). The Javits-Cooper plan was similar but not identical to President Eisenhower's school proposal The'vote came after Sen-rate Republican Leader Everett M. Dirksen (111) assured tho Senate he would call up the President's proposal for a showdown later. Under the President's plan, the federal government would participate in a long-range program for retiring the bonds local school boards issue to finance school construction. Under the Democratic bill, the federal government would allocate $500,000,000 a year for the next two years in outright grants to help the states reduce the classroom shortage. It was approved last year by the Senate Labor and Public Welfare Committee. The Senate met at 10:30 . a.m. EST, l'/ 2 hours earlier than usual, and held an unusually long session in an effort to expedite consideration of the measure. The bill was expected to reach a vote on passage early next we^k. Sen. Pat McNamara (D- Mich), chief sponsor of the legislation, said beforehand there was an "excellent chance" the Senate would approve his measure, despite the number of alternatives awaiting a formal vot«. Besides rejecting the Javits-Cooper substitute, the Senate turned down a proposal by Sen. Norris Cotton (R-NH) to earmark one cent of the federal tax on each pack of cigarettes for school - construction purposes. It was defeated by voice vote. "Anniversary dinner or dented fender?" Teacher Slayings Haunt Pupils By HOKTENSE MYERS HARTFORD CITY, Ind. (UPI)--Some mothers gave their children sleeping pills. Others let the youngsters crawl in'.o bed with them. But the nightmares couldn't be driven off. Forty children, aged 10 to II years old, were haunted by the sight of school principal Leonard Redden striding Into their classrooms Tuesday and killing their teachers, Miss Harriet Robson, 53, and Mrs. Minnie McFcrren, 57, with two shotgun blasts. Shaken Hartford City officials tried to explain today why Redden, 44, changed from a.gentle, re- spected teacher to a berserk killer. The best clue came from Redden's teacher wife, Hazel, 40. She said her husband had returned from World War II emotionally shaken and a persecution complex had gained possession of him since April. Redden believed he was the victim of small-town gossip and for some reason blamed Miss Robson and Mrs. McFerren, the wife said. Redden was found dead by his own hand in a clump of woods six miles outside of town. Schools remained closed Wednesday, but the school board decided in an emergency meeting to re- open them Thursday. On Friday, the schools . will close again' for the teachers' funerals. The mothers had the hardest task of all--that of quieting their children's fear, excitement and grief. Mrs. Dorothy Markin, a v i c e president of the school's Parent - Teacher Assn., gave her 10-year-old son Doug two sleeping pills prescribed by a physician. Mrs. Robert Fuller, whose daughter, Christine, 10, lost her school teacher, Miss Robson, and her Sunday School teacher, Mrs. McFerren, let the little girl sleep with her "and she hadn't done that for years." INDEPENDENT-Pagr A-T » Btath, Cllll, Thuri, Feb. 4, ItM HEARING FOREMOST IN STYLES YOU WILL BE M PROUD TO WEAR i 1 TELEX HEARING CENTER 744'/ : PINE, L.B. HE 7-6887 rayon tricot gown Long gown in loose fitted shift style, also fitted midriff style with short sleeve. Pastels, sizes 34 to 44. LINGERIE SECOND FLOOR BISHOP S MALCO reg. 2.98 1 bulky cardigans slipovers i , i ,, ,i i values to 14.95 Regular stock reduced. All-wools or orlons in assorted dark colors, white and black. Sizes 36 to 40. CAMPUS SHOP SECOND FLOOR BISHOP MALCO girls' bulky Orion sweaters , , . . , , , . rog. 6.95-7.95 A group of high-fashion sweaters styled for spring and Easter. White and colors. Sizes 7 to 14. GIRLS' SHOP FOURTH FLOOR BISHOP d MALCO THREE DAYS ONLY -- THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PINE AVENUE AT FOURTH OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY, 9:30 to 9 OTHER DAYS 9:30 to 5:30 PARK FREE AT ANY PARK SHOP LOT 1 VALIDATION WITH PURCHASE take six months to pay Bishop Malco Option Charge Account so easy to use! Do your shopping with a Charga- Plate. You may pay the balance in full within 30 days with no service charge or pay at least 1/6 each month, small service charge on remaining balance. Open Your OPTION CHARGE ACCOUNT today in the Credit Sales Office, fourth floor better fashions (second 22.95-29.95 FASHION DRESSES, SILK PRINTS .................. 11.00 SPECIAL GROUP WOOL COATS, MISSES' SIZES .......... 21.00 SPECIAL GROUP RAIN OR SHINE COATS ........................ 9.00 35.S5-39.S5 FASHION SUITS, BROKEN SIZES 14.00 19.00 budget, daytime dresses (second floor) 6.95-9.95 DAYTIME DRESSES, MISSES', 1/2 SIZES ................ 4.00 9.95-14.95 BUDGET DRESSES, MISSES', '/ 2 SIZES ................ 7.00 lingerie (second 4.00 FLANNELETTE PAJAMAS, LONG PANTS, 32-40 ........ 2.99 3.93 COTTON CHALLIS GOWNS, LONG SLEEVE ............ 1.99 4.00 FLANNELETTE GOWNS, SEVERAL STYLES ............ 2.99 3.99 BOUFFANT NYLON PETTICOATS, LACE TRIM ........ 2.99 2.98 NYLON TRICOT HALF SLIPS, ASS'T COLORS ............ 1.99 5.95 NYLON TRICOT SLIPS, PLEATED FLOUNCE ............ 2.99 4.95 BABY DOLL POPOVER PAJAMAS, NYLON .............. 2.99 4.95 NYLON TRICOT SLIPS, WHITE, 32-40 .......................... 2.99 79c RAYON BRIEFS, WHITE WITH ELASTIC LEG ........ 2/1.00 girdles, robes (second floor) 8.95 PLAYTEX GIRDLES, 1959 MODEL, PULLON .............. 4.47 10.95 PLAYTEX GIRDLES, 1959 MODEL, ZIPPER ................ 5.47 8.95-20.00 FAMED MAKE BRAS, ASSORTED ........ 4.47-10.00 2.50-3.50 FAMOUS MAKE BRAS, ASSORTED .................... 1.99 8.95 NYLON COACHMAN ROBES, EMBOSSED .................. 3.00 campus shop (second 7.99 DRIP-DRY 2-PC. DRESS OR CAPRI SETS .................... 4.QO 1.99 NYLON TIGHTS IN RED, BLUE, BLACK. ....................... l.QO 3.95 DRIP-DRY COTTON BLOUSES, 30-35 ........ 1.59, 2/3.00 sportswear (second floor) 5.95 DRIP-DRY COTTON SISSY BLOUSES, 32-36 3.99 5.95 COTTON KNIT CAPRIS, FULLY LINED 3.99 3.50-3.95 NYLON TIGHTS WITH SEAMS OR NOT.! 1.00 7.95 CAPRI SETS OF ARNEL/COTTON PRINTS 5.99 WOOL ORLON SKIRTS, VALUES TO 11.95 3.99 2.99-5.95 SWEATERS, BAN-LON, TEXTURED NYLON 2.00 budget sportswear (street Root) VALUES TO 5.95 BLOUSES OF DRIP-DRY COTTON 2.00 239 TAILORED CORDUROY CAPRIS, SIZES 10 TO 16....1.99 VALUES TO 7.05 V/OOL/ORLON JERSEY BLOUSES 3.99 559 ORLON BULKY CARDIGAN, WHITE, 36-40 3.99 better hats greatly reduced 00 JIOO 5.00 value 10.98 value 4 Fine felts, satins, velvets . . . dressy and tailored types. White and dark colors. Mostly one of a kind . . . shop early. MILLINERY SECOND FLOOH hosiery, gloves (street floor) 1.00 PARK AVENUE NYLONS, SHEERS, SEMI-SHEERS 2 pr. 1.50 1.00 STRETCH SLIPPERETTES, PLAIN, JEWELED 2 pr. 1.50 2.50 BETTER COTTON SHORTY GLOVES, WHITE 1.59 handbags, jewelry (street floor) 2.95 HANDBAGS IN TOTE STYLES 1.99* 8.95 HANDBAGS IN NEW STYLES, FABRICS 4.47* 16.95 QUALITY LEATHER HANDBAGS, BLACK ONLY 11.30* 2.CO JEWELRY, CRYSTAL-TYPE OR PEARL FINISH 1.00* ·clus lax neckwear (street floor) 5.95 CARDIGAN JACKETS, WOOL LINED, SMALL, MED. 3.99 5.95 ORLON OR WOOL SHRUGS, WHITE, COLORS 3.99 59c LINEN AND COTTON HANDKERCHIEFS 3/1.00 1.00 HEAD SCARFS, WATER-REPELLENT RAYON 59*, 2/1.00 (street floor) 98c HAND-CARDS. POLYETHYLENE GLOVES 12/49d 1.98 RELAX-EZE PILLOWS, FOAM RUBBER FILL 1.00 1.00 SATIN PADDED HANGERS, TWO IN A BOX 794 1.00 WHITE COTTON BRAS, ASST. GROUP....59tf, 2/1.00 cosmetics (street floor) 5;00 LUCIEN LELONG COLOGNES, '/, PRICE 2.50* ·oiui tax 5.00 COTY MOISTURE BALANCER, 1/2 PRICE 2.50 5.00 TUSSY MOISTURE LOTION, LIMITED QUAN 2.50 2 FOR 1.00 BUBBLE BATH, 5 FRAGRANCES ,.-4/1.00 stationery (street floor) 1.25 BOXED GREETING CARDS, AGSORTED....59C, 2/1.00 1.25 CHILDREN'S BANKS, STAND-UP NOVELTIES SStf 3.0S DECORATOR CANDLES, ORIENTAL DESIGN pr. '1.99 1.50 QUALITY WRITING TABLET, ENVELOPES 1.29 N. Y. purchase fine fabrics ,, , , , _ ..,,1.19-2.98 values Solid colors Cupioni-cottons, 5U --. -^ brocades, 50" Peau de soie, 45" Or-,nm fw tl ganzine taffeta, 45" printed taffeta, B% «fl ** 45" printed nylon chiffon. M \*Myd ' FABRIC CENTIiH THTRD FLOOR BISHOP MALCO fiberglas TV tray :sets . 'Choice of two smart pa.tterns. Brass legs, durable lightweight top. Long- lasting and easy to clean. 24.95 value GIFTWARE LOWER-FLOOR BISHOP MALCO 24.95 CERAMIC DECORATOR LAMPS, WITH SHADES 24.95 BRASS TEA CARTS 2-TIER GLASS SHELVES TV TRAY SETS, TOLE ROSE OR AUTUMN LEAF 25.95 CERAMIC STONE DINNERV/ARE, SERVICE FOR 8 3.95 POTTERY DINNERWARE, 4-PC. PLACE SETTING T..G5 PLASTIC DINNERWARE, 15.95 7.88 19.95 1.99 99c CHINA GIFT SHOP LOWER FLOOR BISHOP MALCO girls' shop (fourth floor) 7.95 BLOUSE, SKIRT, PEDAL-PUSHER SET, 7-14 4.99 7.95 ARNEL BLOUSE AND SKIRT SET 4.99 NYLON TRICOT BRIEFS, 2 TO 16, COMPARE V/ITH 1.25 69 C 8.95 JR. TEEN BOUFFANT SKIRTS, FLORAL PRINT 4.99 infants' weai (fourth floor) 5.95 VALUE CORDUROY CRAWLER SET, 3-FC 2.99 3.50 COTTON KNIT DRESS AND PANTIES 2.49 4.00 COTTON KNIT TOPPER SET, 6 MO.-l'/ 2 YR 2.69 boys' shop (fourth floor) SPECIAL GROUP COTTON FLANNEL SHIRTS, 6-1S 1.99 · 2.49 DOUBLE KNEE JEANS, SIZES 6 TO 16 1.99 2.99 FLANNELETTE PAJAMAS, 2-PC. STYLE 1.99 1.99 CREW NECK SWEAT SHIRTS, 10 TO 16 1.49 men's clothing (street floor) SPECIAL GROUP RAIN .OR SHINE TOPCOATS 17.00 3.99 POLISHED COTTON SLACKS, ALL SIZES 2.99 MEN'S PLASTIC RAINCOATS, FIRST QUALITY 2.99 CONTINENTAL SLACKS, FINE POLISHED COTTON 3.99 39.95 FAMED MAKE ALL-WOOL SPORTS COATS 25.00 7.95-8.95 FAMED MAKE MEN'S HATS 5.88 men's furnishings (street floor) ' 2.50 MEN'S PURE SILK TIES, FAMED MAKE 995; 6.95-7.95 ALL-V/OOL SWEATERS 3.00 SPECIAL GROUP SOCKS, STRETCH FANCY.,39^, 3/1.00 SPECIAL GROUP FIRST QUALITY UNDERWEAR BOXER SHORTS, DOUBLE FRONT 79^, 3/2.35 COMBED COTTON BRIEFS 79,., 3/2.35 CRAIG NOBLE TEE SHIRTS 79^ 3/2.35 work clothing (lower floor) 12.95 to 17.95 JACKETS NOW i/ 2 PRICE AT 6.47-8.97 2.49-VALUE SWEAT SHIRTS NOW REDUCED TO 1.99 2.99 VALUE LONG SLEEVE SPORTS SHIRTS 1.99 1.79 ONE-PIECE UNDERWEAR, KNEE LENGTH.. 1.59 3.69 WHITE COTTON TV/ILL PANTS i.QO 3.99 IVY LEAGUE POLISHED COTTON PANTS I.QQ 595-DACRON JACKETS, UNLINED 2.00 59c PART WOOL SV/EAT SOCKS ' 3/1.00 (third floor) needlework, notions 2:50-3.00 DRESSMAKING f, PROFESSIONAL SCISSORS.. 1.93 SPECIAL PURCHASE LACE EDGING, TRIMMINGS 2 Yds. 25i 73c BEE HIVE SCOTCH FINGERING YARN. 1 OZ 575: 3.99 BELGIAN LINEN STAMPED TABLECLOTHS 1.99 SIZE 52x70 (third floor) 1.98-3.50 BETTER FABRICS AT '/ 2 PRICE.., 99d-1.75 1.19 BLACK OR WHITE CORDUROY, 35-INCH WIDE linens, bedding (third floor) BETTER ALL-WOOL BLANKETS AND ELECTRIC BLANKETS LIMITED QUANTITY OF ODDS AND ENDS, FIRST QUALITY 49.95 KING SIZE ELECTRIC BLANKET, 3 ONLY 29.95 79.95 KING SIZE ELECTRIC BLANKET, 2 ONLY. 49.95 43.35 ALL-V/OCL KiKG SIZE BLANKET, 2 ONLY 29.95 15.95 ALL-V/OOL KENWOOD TWIN SIZE, 11 ONLY 9.95 16.95 ALL-V/OOL KENWOOD SIZE 72x90, 9 ONLY 10.95 17.95 ALL-WOOL KENWOOD, SIZE 80x90, 8 ONLY 11.95 20.95 TWIN ST. MARYS ALL-WOOL, 8 ONLY 11.95 24.95 ST. MARYS ALL-WOOL, 80x90, 3 ONLY 12.95 27.95 ST. MARY'S ALL-V/OOL TWIN SIZE, 3 ONLY 12.95 33.95 ST. MARYS ALL-WOOL, 80x90, 2 ONLY 19.95 9.95 WALL-TO-WALL BATHROOM CARPET KIT 6.99 9 99 n.ACPON FILLED FLORAL COVER COMFORTER.... £ 99 2.98 TV/IN SIZE QUALITY PERCALE SHEETS 1.98 3.98 FULL SIZE QUALITY PERCALE SHEETS 2.98 (no phcr.e orders--limit 2 to customer) housewares (lower floor) 2.95 COLORFUL UTILITY STOOLS, STURDY BUILT 1.99 17.88 G-E PORTABLE ELEC. HAND MIXER, MOD. U27 13.88 29.95 SHETLAND FLOOR POLISHER, DISC. MODEL....18.88 16.99 FAMED MAKE ELECTRIC FRYPAM (NO LID) 13.88 4.99 BREAKFAST CONDIMENT SET, LIMITED KO 2.99 4.99 \VOODEN\7AP.E ICE BUCKETS, LIMITED 2.99 DISCONTINUED COLORS IN SHERWIN-WILLIAMS KEMTONE . . . KEM GLO . . . KEM KRETE Va OFF closet shop (lower floor) 1.99 DRESDEN ROSE J'JMEO SUIT BAG 1.69 1.79-1.89 DRESDEN ROSE DRESS OR SUIT BAG 1.49 1.39 DRESDEN ROSE SHOE BAG, 6-PR. SIZE -...-1.19 1.39 DRESDEN ROSE BLANKET BAG 1.19 ( f o u r t h floor) REVERSlP.l.r WOOL ELEND EF.AIDED RUGS, SCATTER ROOM SIZE SIZE 2x3' · 1.99 SIZE 3x5' 4.99 SIZE 6x3' 19.99 SIZE 9x12' SIZE 2x4' 2.44 SIZE 4x6' 8.44 SIZE 8x10' 29.99 33.99 draperies (Ihird floor) 1 r'.Q LX'iKA V/ii;E KYLC!.' CURTAIN PANUS, ; : :M"....99j 7.09 NO-CAF.E F1BEF.GLA3 DP.AY/ DRAPERIES 5.99 pr. men's sport shirts Manufacturer's special group in newest fabrics, smartest styling. Long sleeve sports shirts, all first quality. Save up to '/?,. MEN'S SHOP STREET FLOOR BISHOP MALCO 3.95-5,95 values sale! men's spring suits You'd expect to pay 49.95 for suits of such fine quality, careful tailoring and timely fabrics. Complete size range in lightweight Spring fabrics. MEN'S SHOP STREET FLOOH BISHOP i MALCO top quality mattress springs A real value for better rost and health. F u l l y insulated mattress w i t h plastic handles for turning, non-sag borders. M a t c h i n g box springs are stabilized l.i prevent side-sway. Double or tv/in r!:··/:. F U R N I T U H K FOUIUH FLOOil BISHOP MAICO

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