Independent from Long Beach, California on February 14, 1958 · Page 9
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 9

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W§!fc :ers DOWNTOWN rf 4TH -Jit* FINAL DAYS Kayser National Discount Sale 20% "fit all fops" seamless reg. 1.65 1.29 semi-sheer reg. 1.65 1.29 seamless nearly nude. . . reg. 1-50 1,19 fit all top, ' 15 and 30- denier. reg. 1.50 1.19 fit all top, 70-" denier and service -weight, reg. 1.65 1.19 fit all top, amplon. (outsize) reg. 1.65 1,19 HOSIERY WALKER'S STREET FLOOR Moon Radio to Respond to Signals ... . o TEMPLE CITY (-- 'America's second satellite will be able to talk back whenever ' its makers want it to. ;· . Explorer 'II, being completed at California Institute of Technology's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, will carry a radio which can receive signals to' turn its high-power transmitter on and off at will! This was disclosed at' a news conference Thursday by scientists o£ the jet lab, which also turned out.Explorer I.- Dr. Henry Richter of the lab said American scientists can control the transmission of information from the new satellite with ease, but "it would be very difficult for Russian scientists, to activate its Instruments." · For - one thing, he said, the satellite won't be passing over Russia. Also, the R u s s i a n s might. , have · a . : little trouble learning the proper code signals, . , · * » · * * _ THERE WILL BE, however, no effort to keep information radioed, by the satellite from Russia or from any other country, Richter said: All the information .will, be turned over to., scientists participating in-the International Geophysical .Year program for decoding 'and analysis.' The-Te- sults will be available to everyone, he said. , ' · Explorer H will, .carry .two radio- transmitters, as does Ex- plorer'I. .One will be. of .high power, which can be heard by amateur radio operators. : . i~.iv e.ut v MV M. M, INDEPENDENT-- P«g» A-? . Isn't it worth 40 to dry clothes fresh-air sweet indoors? Only Electric DryerJ can dQ It In an electric dryer, radiant coils warm the air inside. There's no flame, none of the by-products of combustion. It's cleaner and purer than any other way of drying. 32% fluffier than back-yard drying-and electric drying doesn't fade colors. Electric dryers not only cost less to buy, but less to maintain. Before you tote another load out into the hot sun, see the new electric dryers at your appliance dealer. IIVE BETTER-ELECTRiCAllY" SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COMPANY DON'T GUESS ABOUT PR 1C E S PHILLIPS PRICES ARE i · , L O W E R NO 6UISS WORK AT PHILLIPS! OUR PRICES ARE THI LOWEST! Phillips has been taking the guess work out of prices for over 37 years. When you buy at Phillips, you can be sure you're getting the finest merchandise at the lowest possible price, anywhere. Yes, in 1921 Phillips originated the discount house in Southern California. And Phillips is close to you! Five big, modern, convenient stores, packed with everything worth buying, at prices worth paying. Nationally advertised brands, finest quality, backed up by Phillips 37 year old guarantee. IMPORTID 17 JIWIL WATIR PROTICTID INCABLOC SHOCKPROOF · Antlmagnetic with sweep second hand · Chrome'top, stainless steel back e Genuine leather strap e Guaranteed for 1 year NOT AT WESTIHN AVI. rrom lilt price $30 10.88 ·plui ftd., tox e e e e e e i e e e e e i ···· SOLID U.S. KOYLON FOAM RUBBER OINUINI U.S. NAUGAHYDI FULL SIZE 3 PC. SECTIONAL · Smart i.dional with zippered, r.v.nibl* cuihiont of solid U.S. Koylon foam rubber. « 4 ft. arm end, 4 ft. Jumper end. 90 degree _ curve center lection may be purchased jeporatery. · O.nuin. U.S. Naugahyde or decorator fabrld, choice of color*. ' · From o modern planner group Including 6, 7, 8, 9 ond 10 ft. »ofo», right or left arm endi, bumper endt, other fine pieces. ,li«t price 399.95 AT WESTERN AVE. AND LONG BEACH STORES ONLY e CAMRAI e CLOTHIN9, e DIAMONDS · FURNITURI « GIFTWARU e HOUSfWARES e JIWN.RY j e LAMPS e URGE APPLIANCES e IUOGAGI e MEN'S GIFTS e RADIOS e RUGS e SHOE* ; e SILVSft e SMAtl APniANCB · SPOUTING OOOOS-, ^ e TREVIWON e WATCHB ' e WOAMN'S GIFTS' 269.88 Wm. E. PHILLIPS CO. DOWNTOWN e 714 S. Hill St., 2nd floor MM. mn M »:0o, T»«. *« I*. :ti t» i.» AND CONVENIENT BRANCH STORIS NIAR YOU WKTfRN AVI. · «24 S. Wejfern M«. ·» M. » » 1.1 M, M. *» '·. t» WBTCHISTM · 1920 S. Sfpwrytcfa M». *« M. ... W .^to. · x ,, . » VALLfY · 12134 V/cfoiy at Laurtl to.Xe H. --, » »:oo.».,. »i« t.«:» IONO BFACH e 6th A Alamltoi Av». M« ftr. frt. -- »MII »-· »* · ·»

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