Independent from Long Beach, California on February 4, 1960 · Page 26
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WOOLWORTH'S LAKEWOOD 3 DAYS ONLY!!! THURS., Ml., SAT. -- FEB. A, 5, « Pic* w Your Hurt's Dnlrt TkKeli il wwlfewlh'il LADIES' COTTON DUSTERS Embossed Drip.Dry. Regular 2.59 Vol. Save 71c--SPECIAL 1 VANITY CHAIR . Brm trim. WMt« or pink. § Reg. 7.98 Vol. SAVE 2.21 in our Basemen!. Ladies' Tricot Briefs Gladiolus Mixed Bulbs Grade No, 1 BULBS (Regular 1.00) Imported 1 Spring Corsages Wreaths: Rosebuds, Wild Flowers, Violets, etc. REG. W/P*,,, Z5c IOC VALUE.... IMPORTED · CHINA CUPS and SAUCERS Varioui designs a n d oanerni. Reo. 29c set. BASEMENT SPECIAL! sets Hawaiian Mu-Mu Dresses Authentic Patterns Ladles' Sites S-M-L. 5/188 Reg. 5.95 1 Girls' Mu.Mus SlielS to H. SA29 Reg. 4.95 1 250 Embossed .Paper Napkins Assorted Colors and White Reg. 39c Value SLEEPWEAR FLANNEL 36-in. wide. Large asiort- jh merit of patterns -- prints, ,,; stripes, etc. Reg. 49c ...... WASH, RINSE DRY PRINTS LiiMe or no ironing required for BH^H · Drosses · Blousoi · Skirts . . . 1% / Reg. 89cyd. vol. You Save 32c Yd. iff yd. DRAPERY YARDAGE Several decoraior-wiio patterns fo choose from. 40-inch widihi. Reg. 69c yard value . . . . You Save 22c Yard Record Albums much L-P Popular -W e s t e r n -- Classical --Semi-Classical. Reg. 1.98 Value 99c VALENTINES Terrific Assortment J. 9 .:25,«r29c '32^390 Valentines for Teacher 5c and lOc All-Plaslio Kitchen Needs Value to 1.59 11-QT. TTc PAIL 77 10-Quart CTTC WnslB Bskl. Of cutlery C7c Tray *3« MVj" C7c Dish Pan.... Of Red, yellow or fur- 100 ENVELOPES Standard Siie --3Vix6Vi FOR HOME OR OFFICE . . . 9c VALUE VISCOSE RUGS 9x12 100% Viscose Rayon 5 colon fo choose from. Reg. $35 Value Ic S A L E Buy a 9x12 Plush Tweed Rug for only 19.94 and for |ust Ic you get a 26"x44" runner to match. 9x12 Waffle Weave Pad 6.95 O R T H ' S LAKEWOOD CENTER 5200 LAKEWOOD BLVD. -- Next Door to May Co. OBen 9:30 A. M. Dally and -III !:JO p. M. Monday, Tnurlday, Frldav Page C-4--INDEPENDENT LlllI inch, OIK., Thvn., Ft». 4, 1HI Police Kill Bandit in L.A. Street LOS ANGELES '(CNS)--A candy-store bandit was sho to death on a downtown Los Angeles street Wednesday night as he fled from police Investigators identified the Idead robber as James Alvin ! Hughes, 26, of 6906 Marbrisa Ave., Huntington Park. Officers say Hughes was arrested several times before 1 -- once for robbery -- but never convicted of a felony, * * * HE WAS the fourth bandit killed in police stake-outs in the last three weeks. Hughes was pronounced dead on arrival at Centra! R e c e i v i n g Hospital from wounds in the head and chest. Metropolitan Division Officers 0. L. Blackburn and R. G. Sullivan had been staking out the Juliette Candy Store at 221 W. Seventh St. which was robbed of $50 Jan. 1. Hughes came into the store and asked an employe, 54- year-old Ruth Cronk, for some chocolate-covered cherries. Mrs. Cronk asked Hughes if he wanted the candy in box or a bag. Hughes replied, "I'll have it in a bag." He then simulated a gun jiincl after Mrs. Cronk put some candy in the bag, he ordered her to "fill it up will- money." Officers Blackburn and Sullivan, who were hiding in the back of the store, then callec out to Hughes to surrender. But the man ran out of the : store and fled north on Spring St., spilling the chocolates as he fled. * * * * WITNESSES said the policemen ran after Hughes and four times ordered him to stop. But the bandit kept running MISSING WIFE RETURNS Mrs. Isabel Thompson of Santee is tearfully _ reunited with husband, Thomas Thompson in San Joaquin County' sheriff's office Wednesday. She had been reported drowned more than a month ago.--(AP Wirephoto.) HEAVILY INSURED opposite and crossed to the side of the street. Halfway down the block, the officers fired three shots, two of which hit their mark, and Hughes slumped to the sidewalk dead. Lodge in Tashkent, Uzbekistan Capital MOSCOW (UPI) --Henry Cabot Lodge, U.S. permanent United Nations representative, arrived by air Wednes day in Tashkent, capital of the Soviet Republic of Uzbekistan. Tass news agency said Lodge would remain in Tashkent for several days to study "various life there. aspects" 'Drowned' Wife V Back in Mystery SACRAMENTO (UPI) -- A leavily-insured woman whose lusband had reported her drowned turned up Wednesday and said she could not ·emember what hud happened n the more than a ince she disappeared. Mrs. Mabel 2G, of Santee, montl L. Thompson. Calif., walked nto a ta.xicab office and said he had just remembered wh he .was. Sheriff's officers vere notified and began ques- ioning her. Her h u s b a n d , Thomas 'hompson, a 39-year-old con- ractor who was in financial ifficulties in a San Diego bounty tract development, ad reported his wife appar-. ently drowned the night ol Dec. 28. He said she had driven their jeep into Potato Slough after becoming confused during an attempt to turn around on an abandoned ferry slip. He said her right fool hit the gas pedal instead of the brakes. THOMPSON said he came to Hie surface but could not locate his wife although he dived repeatedly. O f f i c e r s found the jeep under water, :he Thompsons' dog tied in t and drowned, but no trace of Mrs. Thompson. The sheriff's office issued a missing persons bulletin for! Kennedy Will Accept Humphrey's Challenge DOLLAR DAYS D R E S S SHOES Values fo 14.98 WASHINGTON (UPI)--Sen. ohn F. Kennedy (D-Mass) ecided Wednesday to accept lie challenge of Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (D-Minn) for a lead-on clash in the West Virinia presidential primary day 10. He will announce his entry into the West Virginia race at a news conference today. He also planned to announce Ithat he will enter the Indiana I (primary May 3. I1 Kennedy, considered the front-runner for the Demo| [cratic nomination, originally ilanned to fly to Charleston, tiV. Va., and Indianapolis, Ind., his primary Values to 8.98 1287 pairs at give-away prices! You won't believe these ·ovings 'til you see them with your own eyes! Shoes for every occasion, all colors, of! styles, sires for everyona 8213 N, HAZELBROOK AVE, Open Won,, Thurs, Fri, Kights o make known ntentions. here for any votes. The question of federal aid for school construction shapes up as an issue in the 19GO presidential campaign. It was also announced here that Humphrey, who had challenged Kennedy to a contest in West Virginia, also would be formally entered in the primary there today. Robert Barric, executive director of the Humphrey campaign committee, is scheduled to reach the statehouse shortly before noon with the certificate candidacy and the $1,000 filing fee. The Indiana primary, where Kennedy probably will be unopposed, binds the 34 dele- he aid-to-education bill forced im to change hat he could plans so on hand Mrs. Thompson Monday. Officers said Thompson took out an $89,700 i n s u r a n c e policy on his wife and one for $90,000 on himself. lasl May. These policies were put up as collateral to enable T h o m p s o n . to build four homes and three duplexes in San Diego County. A bank, named as primary benefici- i, had taken action to" repossess the buildings when Thompson had difficulty selling them. But once repossession was accomplished, officers said, Thompson would the beneficiary of his wife's insurance. MRS. THOMPSON told investigators she remembered driving in the jeep, making a wrong turn and stepping on the gas instead of the brakes, as her husband reported. She said she remembered going into the water. But she said she remembered nothing else until she found herself walking the streets in Sacramento yesterday mornirlg. Boyd Hall, dispatcher for the Union Cab Co., who first talked to Mrs. Thompson Wednesday, said she "wept a few tears and looked kind of confused" but otherwise appeared in good condition. She was taken for a doctor's examination at her husband's insistence. But Senate consideration of gates of that state only on the first ballot at the national convention. The delegates are chosen at a state convention. \cmtm 5243 Hazolbrook Ave. LAKEWOOD CENTER Lakewood Center's "HEART'S DESIRE" DOtlARDAYS Terrific Values! CHCMTE'S HEXftT'S DESIRE SPECIAL LARei SIZE ICHERRY ALMOND Cl " lc * MoraKhln* Clwrry ,ri Almond Filled. Struiwl T»p. Rlf lit Out of Our Ou.ni and Simply Dvllcliyi! 35 C Lakewoud Center REG. 49«- CHO AXE'S ' B A K E R Y 5230 Pepperwood On Iht Mill liksvood oinlir Lakewood Center SALE AT GIVE-AWAY PRICES PRICES CUT 30% to 60% At these low prices we are almost "giving away" our entire stock of Fall and Winter Fashions-- FAMOUS BRAND OF DRESSES - BLOUSES SWEATERS -- T-SHIRTS CAPRIS --SKIRTS Must make room for our New Spring Fashions Buys!! 3 Days Only ALL SALES FINAL --NO RETURNS, EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS LAKEWOOD CENTER--OPPOSITE MAY CO. SHOES LAKEWOOD 5030 PEPPERWOOD CURRENT SEASON MADEMOISELLE PUMPS Favorite Plain Opera Pump Stylo Black, Blue and Green Calf ALSO BENEDICTINE CALF WITH BOW TRIM Regularly 18.95 19.95--NOW ONLY FOOT SAVERS Very Special Group. Reg. to 24.95 Black and Grey Suede. NOW ONLY WE CAN FIT YOU --SIZES FOR ALL SIZES 10 TO 20, 12'/j TO 32 1 /:, 38 TO 52 SALE of Dresses-Coals-Robes OVER 500 DRESSES Taken Prom Our Regular Slock Regular $9.95 to SI 7.95 $5 $7 $9 KNIT DRESSES 100% WOOL Values to 45.00 OTHER BETTER DRESSES REDUCED TO SAVE YOU VA TO 1/2 AND MORE 100% WOOL COATS $25-$29-$33 BIO SELECTION $6-$8-$9 VALENTINE 'CANTATA" SLING OPEN HEEL TOE REGULARLY 13.98 BLUE NOW ONLY . . . FAMOUS JOYCE CASUALS REGULARLY TO 11.95 BLACK AND STONE SUEDE NOW ONLY DIXIE DEB FLATS REGULARLY TO 6.98 RED, BLACK OTHERS NOW ONLY COVER GIRL FLATS REGULARLY TO 9.95 WHITE, CORAL NOW ONLY JARMAN SHOES FOR MEN VERY SPECIAL! FIRST QUALITY NEBEL NYLONS 3'Poir Box Reg. S4.05 Vol. REGULARLY TO I3.95 NOW REDUCED TO ONLY . . . . OTHER JARMANS REDUCED TO ,, _ 10.88 and 13.88 PAIRS $15

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