Independent from Long Beach, California on February 4, 1960 · Page 24
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P«g« C-2--INDEPENDENT Lon « ···* *«"··· Thur " "*· * "' Satisfy Your , 1 I « C I I t » « 1 Harris Frank · C A I 1 r 0 ft N IA ' Heart's Desire With DOLLAR DAY VALUES CHARGE IT . . . TAKE SIX MONTHS TO PAY MEN'S SUITS A wonderful selection! Worsteds! Flannels! Twists! The most wonted shades and patterns in slim, trim styles. Checks, St.! ;, Plaids. Neat over-all designs. Greys, Browns, Charcoals, Blues. And all 100% Wool, of course. 95 Values to 49.50 33 SPORT COATS Values to 49.50. All Wool. Good choice of Patterns, Styles, Colors 75 SLACKS POLISHED COTTONS. Reg. 4.95. Silver Grey, Spice Brown WOOL SLACKS. Reg. to 12.95. Flannels 2.95 9o95 DRESS SHIRTS Spectacular saving on Famous Make 4.25 and $5 and Imported Dress Shirts and Fancies, Solid Colors, White 'Broadcloths. All popular collar and cuff styles. 2 59 2 for 4.99 UNDERWEAR a,",'.;;,,!," /LO Undorshirtl, Boxer Shorts. Finest long-wearing \J I C fabrics. Reg. $1 and 1.25 HOSE. New Spring Patterns and Colors. Fancy cottons lO'/i to 13 and Oni Sir. Stretch. - f t\ /%*f e W U 3 for *"· 1.7? N IP R"). 4.25 and $5 · Iroodcloths, Flannelt, Balbrlggons ............ 2 tor 4.99 «%CO J5 J 2 for 6.99 NECKWEAR LQc BELTS OOc 3 for 1.79 V H Vals. to 2.50 Iff BELTS 7 Hog. 55 Cat 2 for SS SPORT SHIRTS Famous Malce! New Spring patterns, colors and fabrics. Values from 3.95 to 8.95. 8.95 Cardigan Sweaters 3.6? MEN'S SHOES CLEARANCE OF DISCONTINUED STYLES 8.88 12.88 JARMAN SHOES Values to 13.95... Values to 19.95 OUR OTHER FAMOUS 1 Q QQ MAKE. Values to 32.50 I OoOO SPECIAL GROUP SHOES. Reg. SIS 8.88 2 pr. S17 2 pr. S25 2 pr. $37 2 pr. S17 BOYS' SHOP 2.98 POLISHED COTTON PANTS 1.99 to 2.29 DOUBLE KNEE JEANS Sixes 4 · 12 1.79 2 for 3.50 4.98 to o.98 FAMOUS MAKE % QQ 3 Af\ SWEATERS. Sizes 4 to 18 -C.77 i 3»tT 14.95 to 34.95 SUITS AND SPORT COATS | / Broken Sizes / 2 OFF GSRLS 1 SHOP GIRLS' CAPRIS AND PEDAL PUSHERS. Regular 4.98 to 5.98 Cotton quilted Caprls, broken sizes. Corduroy Pedal Pushers among the greatest values. 1 ^Q Sizes 7 to 14 In this group I oHrV GIRLS' COORDINATES. Regular 7.98. Matching Cotton Skirts and Blouses. Sizes 7 to 14 «J Qft in this selection NOW A.Y I PRE-TEEN DRESSES Sr Regular 15.98 Values 9 WOMEN'S SHOP DRESSES Values to 39.98 $6, 8.88, 12.88 SUITS Values to 69.98 S18 $28 SKIRTS Values to 12.98 : 4.99 6.99 BLOUSES Values to 8.98 $2 S3 SWEATERS Values to 12.98 6.99 CAPRI WESKIT SETS Values to 11.98 5.99 CAPRIS Values to 6.98 2.99 WOOL JACKETS Values to 14.98 2.99 FULL LENGTH 100% WOOL Including the world's famous Name Fabrics in new season styles and colors, Milium satin lined. COATS Values to 59.91 $ and 33 LAKEWOOD CENTER 5024 Lakewood Blvd. ME 0-3157, NEv 6-3582 Open Monday, T/ruridoy and Friday £v«i. Till 9:30 A-Sub Sargo Heads for Pole WASHINGTON (UPI)--The gan N a v y reported Wednesday that the nuclear-powered submarine Sargo bis smashed through an ice canopy in the Bering Strait and has entered the Arctic Ocean on an underwater voyage that may reach the North Pole. It said the submarine be- encountering Ice near St. Matthew Island in the Bering Sea on Jan. 25. Since then, the submarine was surfaced five times through ice that gradually thickening. The Navy said the submarine has found ridges" of ice as deep as 81 feet. The surface ice has aver- aged six feet thick, with maximum thickness of feet. The Navy said reaching t! is North Pole is a "seconda goal" that will be undt taken if the submarine con pressure pletes scientific and ocea ographic investigations wit out delay. "HEART'S DESIRE $ DAYS" JACKETS · SKIRTS $1 $198 VALUES FROM $3.98 to $10.98 [1 SHOPS LAKEWOOD CENTER 5225 HAZELBROOK Open Men., Thurt., Fri. 9:30 to 9:30 Tuci., Wed., Sat. 9:30 to 5:30 DOWNTOWN LONG BEACH 116 E. THIRD Park Shop Validation Open Friday 9:30 to 9 p.m. Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurt., Sat. 9:30 to 5:30 Rockefeller Booster Gets Prestige Job With Nixon's OK THE HOBBY HEART'S DESIRE HORSE Children's Wear Buy One Article at Regular Price Same Value for 1 c GIRLS' DRESSES Toddlers' 1-3, 3-6x, 7-14 Get Second Article of · . Additional Savings 14% During our Heart's IV' Desire Sale GIRLS' AND BOYS' BATH ROBES Boys' Wash Wear and FL A N N E L S H I RTS SWEATERS GIRLS' SKIRTS BOYS' SLACKS · Polished Cottons · Corduroys · All-Wools -- Slies 3 to 14. W~mf i n -"i »-»iu» ruf- r~U"\irnf*i GIRLS' COATS and many other items. BOYS' DRESS JACKETS SIZES C4I 2 TO 12. S _ REGULARLY * PRICED TO $14.98 Aa Closing Out All Subteen Dresses Reg. Values to $19.98 $ 3-*4- $ 5 By BILL BROOM of The Indaoendent's Washington Bureau WASHINGTON -- A "who else but Nelse" leader from California took over a top administration job Wednesday with the blessing of Vice President Richard M. Nixon. Former Lieut. Gov. Harold J. Powers was sworn in as deputy administrator of General Services Administration, the agency's No. 2 post which pays $20,500 a year. Only 10 weeks ago, Powers was the only Republican figure with a statewide following to join New York Gov. kelson Rockefeller's f o r a y into California in search of support for the presidential nomination. H e b o a r d e d Rockefeller's p l a n e , introduced him to party gatherings, and served as an advisor. :* * * ~'t L A T E R , Powers visited Rockefeller i n N e w Y o r k where the chairmanship of the Rockefeller-for-President organization in California was discussed. The talk ended when the governor announced Dec. 26, that he was bowing out of the presidential nice because "those in control" of the Republican convention seemed determined to nominate the Vice President. Wednesday, Powers was "neutralized" in a prestige job Nixon helped him get and obviously in no position to aid Rockefeller in the event he changes his mind. None of the ranking congressional Republicans from California was consulted in advance of the appointment by the White House, The Independent learned. The Vice President was the chief source of Powers' support for the job. * :* * * THE E X - l i e u t e n a n t gover- Open Thurs. and Fri. to 9:30 p.m. Saturday 9:30 - 5:30. SALE STARIS ?:JO A.M. THURSDAY THE HOBBY HORSE 5237 HAZELBROOK AVE. Lakewood Center Arcade kkewopd Adenauer Slated for Address al iUC Next Month BERKELEY (/PI -- Chancellor Konracl Adenauer of West Germany will spcuk March 21 |jat the University of California's Charter Week cerc- j monies, President Clark Kerr announced Wednesday. Another speaker will be Dr. James P. Conant, former president of Harvard University and one-time U. S. Hiyh Commissioner of West Germany. Adenauer and Conant also will appear at UCLA March IS. The chancellor will receive 'an honorary doctorate of law nor, although defeated in the .1958 election, led the Repub- *"' lican ticket, losing by about 70,000 votes. He was not the organization's candidate and ran with the backing of only one major GOP group, The Young Republicans. Powers' predecessor as deputy administrator was Edward K. Mills.Jr., whojiad a mild heart attack last fall. His resignation was announced in early January a.'ter pending for some time. General Services Administration handles the management of government buildings, land and other property, leases office s p a c e , supervises procurement of supplies, defense materials, government transportation, and fulfills other government management functions. LAKEWOOD CENTER ONLY * Layaways... Yes! Charge or Budget Account--of Course · SHOP THURSDAY FRIDAY .. 9:30 A. M. TO 9:30 P. M. OUR MOST SPECTACULAR COAT SALE · FORSTMANN · HOCKANUM · J.J.O'DONNELL · WORUMBO Over 300 coats to choose from. All sizes and colors. OF ANY YEAR VAL. TO Every cent Millium lined and gtMrantoed for fhe life of the coat. OVER 200 DRESSES rrr:,,« 72 P nce JUNIOR MISSY STYLES ONLY OVER 150 ALL WOOL 1 2 PIECE Vlllli , ,. 3 ,, 5 KNIT DRESSES TM: I9 m 24 m Includes dressy and casual styles. reg. 8.95 to 39,95 ALL- WOOL OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF 400 NEW SPRING Buy one af SKIRTS DYKD-TO-MATHf TJT7T T OR CONTRASTING IJll'L 1 . . g e t s e c o n d skirt for price . . . with the purchase of any Darlene or Wondamere sweater HAROLD J. POWERS "Neutralized" ltd ouses a tremendous assortment in spring prints including roll-ups, pop-overs, barrel sleeves and villagers sizes 30 to 38 O99 orig. to 5.99 L and many more exciting bargains in every depti sale starts thursday, feb. 4, 9:30 a.m. lakewood center 5 2 1 5 n. hazelbrook

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