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MONDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 15, 1963 Fisherman Missing Swept Over Quebec Waterfall; Life Jacket Saves Companion THE NORTH ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT THREE By LEWIS C. CUVI.ER A North Adams sportsman, Emile Facoli of 108 Cenlcr St., has been missing since July 2 when swirling waters swept his canoe over a 20-foot waterfall in a remote area of Quebec, it was learned today. His companion who survived the tragedy, Milton L. Sartori of 32 Fisk St,, Adams, said the last time he saw Facoli was jiisl before (heir canoe went over the lip of the falls Krullli'ss Searches After two fruitless air searches, he held little hope of finding his partner, but said that Canadian Pin She«r*d The accident happend when the outboard motor of their aluminum canoe sheared a pin after getting caught in fast water near the lake's outlet, SaSrtori said. Out of control, the small craft was swept over the 20-foot wa terfall. Sartori, who wore a life jacket, bobbed to the surface and despite a cut on his head and a bruised leg, made it to the shore, "That life jacket was the only thing that saved me," he said. 'I never saw Emile.' 'His companion was not wearing a life jacket, he stated. After an initial search of the authorities presumed him missingiarea, lie hiked back to their camp, until they learn otherwise. The first local word of the accident was yesterday afternoon when Sartori went to the North Adams police station, shortly after his arrival home, to give a brief account of the tragedy. Fa- coli lived alone and had no known relatives. about a quarter of a mile away. The next day he spotted a light aircraft flying over the lake and signalled it by waving his jacket. Not sure that the plane had seen him, lie hurriedly poured gasoline on some brush and ignited it for a signal. The quick flare-up burned him on his face and hands, The two men, both machinists!but the flames attracted the pi- at the Parker Machine Co., left Jun« 23 for Lake Kaniapiskau, in eastern central Quebec, about 150 . miles from the nearest town. lot's attention, and the plane landed. Mr. Sartori said they searched the area for about an hour, by air They charlered a plane ancl'looking for signs of Facoli but Ihe :ould nol slay longer be- flew in from Seven Isles, on the Gulf of St. city plane Lawrence, [cause of lack of fuel. about 230 miles from their camp. The plane flew him back lo Sev- en Isles were he notified authorities and expected to charter a plane to conduct a more extend ed search. But a low-lying fog prevented him irom doing so and he was unable to return for a week. "The visibility was zero," he said. The weather lifted after a week and he returned July 9, in a chartered piano. He said they circled the area for about half a day but could find no sign of his companion. Reluctantly, he had to return home. Sartori was in a highly ner- 'ous slate when he returned and refused to speak to a reporter when first approached about ft this morning, Later in the morning he consented to an interview at the Parker Machine Co., where he works part-time. He is a full time employe of the General Electric Co. With Parker J Years Facoli, who was 58, has worked for the Parker Machine Co. for about eight years and before ;hal was employed as a machinist in Manchester, Vt. He was born in Switzerland, and reportedly came to this country as a young ,ian. He was not married and leaves no known relatives. Political Pot Roils J. R. Taft, Dr. Lavenda Take Out Papers; Florin! Word Awaited, Rumor on Diamond By EDWIN MATESKY A preliminary election, in which Local political life, dormant forjtbe top two candidates for an two years, is reviving for Ihejeleclive office are selected, will be held Oct. 15 followed by the runoff election on Nov. 5. Mr. Taft and Dr, Lavenda, who were given nomination papers at the city clerk's office late last week, are the first two persons to indicate candidateship. Up for grabs this fall will be city election this fall. John R. Tafl of 352 Church St., a member of the McCann School Committee, has taken out nomination papers for an at-large City Council seat. Dr. Nathan Lavenda of 171 Franklin SI., associate professor election to the North Adams School Commitlec. "Nomination Paper" A "nomination paper" is an official form upon which an aspiring candidate obtains the signatures of at least SO voters so his name may be placed on the ballot for the election. of biology at North Adams State the following elective offices: College, has taken out papers for Mayor, all 15 councillors, three " of the six elected members of the Berkshire County Chapter MaMnehuBetU Heart Association, Inc. Gratefully Acknowledges Memorial Gifts Gifts may be senl lo: Mill Lucy (ti.oldl e/o North Adam HO»MC Savings Bonk North Adam, Mm. North Adams School Committee and two of the city's four members to U-member McCann School Committee, None of those holding the above offices have indicated they will seek re-election this fall although Mayor Francis C. Florini expects to issue a statement shortly. . Diamond Rumor Rumor has it that Louis J. j Diamond, defeated by Mayor is a North Adams native and was elected in 1959 as one of the original members of Hie McCann School Committee. City Clerk Cornelius E. O'Brien said he had to investigate further to find oul if Mr. Taft will have lo resign his McCann School Committee posl, which slill has Iwo more years lo run, if he's elected a councillor. Dr. Lavenda, a New York City native, joined the Norlh Adams Slate College faculty in the fall of 1961. He holds degrees from the City College of New York and New York University. He seeks one of 'the three expiring, four-year terms to the North Adams School Committee. Expiring are the terms of Mrs. Elizabeth Bacon, Thomas Beall and Thomas W. Cullen. Local Sailor On Florini in 1961, had his candidacyif"*japrjpp 'announced for him al a recenl[^*' a '' ' B ' "private" party for teachers. He has, however, made no public pronouncements concerning his i candidacy, Mr. Taft is vying for one of the three "al large" Council seats now held by James M. Lilly, Richard J. O'Brien and Fred B. Windover. All 15 council terms are for two years, A carpenter by trade Mr. Tail Robert R. Chesbro, son of Mrs. Alice Chesbro who lives in the Greylock Housing Projecl, has been promoted to pelty officer third class in the U. S. Navy, The promotion, in the fire control technician's rating, was made as a result of Ihe Navy's fleet competitive examination. Pelty Officer Chesbro is currently serving aboard the air craft carrier USS Oriskany and is assigned to Super Sonic Fishier Squadron 162. (By coincidence, Cmtlr. Joseph Bolger, Adams native who last week lost his life in a jet crash, was attached lo the Oriskany.) The ship—operating out of San! wi | liamstown Diego, Calif.-is scheduled to de- Besijes hcr hl , sbimd and son _ part soon for a six months cruise, char i c s))c ]cavcs her mo(her , of the Padfic. Dunns the cruiselp j five brolners , one sister, the ship is due to make its home . ' I N D E S I G N Artistic syrabots, eiperfly mftcd, tw tdd gr^rly to the meaning and twenty •f yoar /crafty memorial. We offer the specialized knowledge of fine designer! MM! the delicate tovcfc of mailer craftsmen. .Send for cue free folder, "Abiding Bond* of Memory," wbict piawt* and cxplaini Ihe symbolism of twenty-five OUARDIAN MemoTiab *nd Markers. No obli|alion, of cour«. For Evening Appointment Tel. MO 3-3820 South Church St. North Adamj ATTENTION!! NORTHERN BERKSHIRE BARBERS THE FINAL MASS MEETING OF ALL BARBERS OF Aflaiiis-N.Adains-WiHiaiii'slown WILL BE HELD Tuesday, July 16,1963 at 8 P. M. AT THE Norlh Adams Y.M.C.A. Come One - Conic All Be A Friend - Bring A Friend Mass. Slale Barbers & Ciillnrisls Join I Council PAUL LEVESQUE, Secretary, Treasurer, Local 124 Area Man Fined $60 In Pittsfield For Drinking, Driving Gary H. Hayes of Crusher Road, Famams, was fined $35 on a driving under the influence charge and $25 on an operating lo endanger charge in Pittsfield District Court today. Papers were filed in a charge of assault and battery on a 67-year-old man. Hayes pleaded guilty. Fined in Pitrsfield Wilfred E. Kittler of 25 East St., Adams pleaded guilty to a speeding charge and was fined $15 today in Pittsfield District Court. Greyloek Addition Ground May Be Broken in Fall ForNew$645,100 School Wing Ground probably will be broken n September for the Grey lock School addition, the first step In Mayor Francis C. Fk>rin!'« |5.4 nillion school building program. School Supt. Robert N. Taylof made that estimate today at Architects Freeman-French-Freeman continued work on final plans for the addition. Check Syslenu Several representatives of the Burlington, Vt., architectural firm at the »chool today checked its icating, wiring and plumbing sys- tems to plan connections of these utilities 'with the addition. Dr. Taylor hopes plans for the addition will be ready in lime for the School Board to call for bids in August. The total cost of planning, buildirg, furnishing and landscaping the new wing of the school is estimated at $645,100. As an intial step in the $5.4 million program, the City Council recently authorized spending $1.54 million for the Greylocls addition and a new grammar school. Planners hope to have the new Greylock section ready for fall, 1964, and the new grammar school ready the following September. New Grammar School The grammar school, one of two consolidated grade schools envisioned, probably will go up on a site next lo Kemp Park in the East End. The 10-year plan also calls for for a new high school, a conversion of Drury High School to a junior high . White the council has not approved the entire project, it lias asked the federal government for funds to plan it. Joseph H. Sore!, Barber 50 Years, Dies at His Home Joseph Henry Sorel, 75, of 51 Union St., who operated a barbershop on Union St. for 50 years, died at 9:30 o'clock yesterday morning at JiLs home. He had returned home three weeks ago from the North Adams Hospital and apparently had been making a good recovery. His death was unexpected. He was born in Canada, a son of the late Noe and Delia (Raymond) Sorel. He came lo Norlh Adanis with his family 60 years ago, after they had lived two years in Witliamslown. He leaves two daughters, Mrs. Walter Odell and Miss Marion Sorel, bolh of Ihis cily; two grandchildren, Walter Odell Jr. and Ronald Odell, both of North Adanis; three great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Vance Thomason of Passaic, N. J., and Mrs. Joseph Bordeau of Canada; a brother, William Sorel of North Adams; and several nieces, nephews, grandnkces and grandnephews. Calling hours at the San Soucie Funeral Home will be held from 7 to 9 p. m, today and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. tomorrow. Funeral services will be held at 9 a. m, Wednesday with a Solemn High Mass of Requiem in Dame Church. Burial will the family lot in Southview Cemetery. Mrs. A. Borella Dies in Switzerland Mrs. Angelica Boretla, 59, formerly of 37 Arnold Place, this city, died Saturday in Certara, Switzerland. She was the wife of Alexander Borella. The family left Norlh Adams asl September for their native Switzerland, so Mrs. Borella could recuperate from a serious opera- on. Her husband came lo this coun try from Switzerland in 1928 and she followed Ihe next year. They ived In Norlh Adams until 1950, when they purchased a home at rtotre if in , Adams , ived in Adams until 1955, when they returned to Switzerland for an extended vacation with their son, Charles, then a student at the C. T. Plunked Junior High School, Mr. Borella had been employed at the Cornish Wire Co. plant in Mrs. S. M. Chisholm Rev. Sister-Mary Dies at H'er Home InWIamstown Mrs. Thelma Belle (Gradie) Chisholm, R. N., wife of Sydney M. Chisholm, director of dining halls al Williams College, died at her home on South St., Williamstown, Saturday afternoon. Former Resident Mrs. Chisholm, a former resident o( this city, was born in Mattawamkeag, Maine, a daughter of the late Larkin and Charlotte (Davis) Gradie. She was educated in schools Ihere and took her nurse's training at Rhode Island Hospital in Providence, R. I. She was a public health nurse in New York City and also did some private duly nursing prior lo her marriage. She and her husband came to this city when he was named manager of the old Richmond- Wellington Hotels in 1946. They remained here until late in 1949, when he bacame manager of the Allerton Hotel in Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Chisholm bought the 200-year-old Charlemont Inn at Charlemont in June, 1951, while he still was manager of the Hotel Allerton, and they operated it for several years. Mr. Chisholm was named head of Ihe college dining hall division August, 1952. Mrs. Chisholm was a member of St. John's Episcopal Church, Williamslown, and Ihe Altar Guild of the parish, She also was a member of the North Adams Travel Club. Besides her husband, she leaves two daughters, Mrs. Dean M. Hofe of New York City and Mrs. David R. LaFrance ol West Milford, N. J.; one grandchild; a brother, Frederick Gradie; and a sister. Mrs. Clarence Scamman of Brookline. ship i port at Yokosuka, Japan. The North Adams sailor enlisted in the Navy in December I960 and'look recruit training at Jreat Lakes (111.) Training Cener. Afler a short leave he attended the 43-week course al the Fire . , echnician's School at the Naval; p slati °"' Mrs. WHIiam Smith and several nephews and grandchildren. Funeral services were held today at Certara Canton Tcss in Switzerland, and burial was in the family plot at Certara. Word of her death was received in a cablegram lo the Trari Memorial Service Memorial services will be held al 2 p.m., tomorrow at St. John's Church in Williamslown with the Rev. Richard L. Rising, rector, officiating. The family has requested no flowers be sent. Instead, donations in Mrs. Chisholm's memory may be made to I'M Memorial Fund of St. John's Church, Williamstown. The Simmons Funeral Home of this city is in charge of arrangements. Francis R. Goddeau, Leaves Sister Here Francis Reilly Goddeau, 68. of 15!) Elm St., Pillsfield, brother of Mrs. Donald Ringic of Ihis city, died Saturday morning in Hillcrest Hospital In Piltsficld. He was born in Dannemora, N. Y., anil had lived in Pittsfield the past 60 years, atleiid- schools Ihere. He had re- Mathias, O. P., Dies in Georgia The Rev. Sister Mary Mathias O.P., in secular life Miss Rachc Betit of Bennington, Vt., a sister of Mrs, Adele King of 478 Churcl St., Ihis cily, died yeslerday ii Atlanta, Ga. Sister Mary Mathias was mis sioned at Our Lady of Perpelua Help Free Home for Cancer ii Atlanta, which is conducted bj the Dominican Nuns. Sbe had con traded the disease herself three years ago. She was born Sept. 3, 1913, in Bennington, and was educated in Sacred Heart School in Benning ton and worked at the Ben-Mont Paper Co. in the finishing depart ment at Bennington until she en tered the convent Oct. 7, 1950. She was stationed in Fall Rivei for many years. In 1958, slie was transferred to Atlanta. Funeral services and burial wil be held in Atlanta. A pro-biiria High Mass of Requiem will be offered at Sacred Heart Church, Bennington, at 9 a.m., Wednesday, which will be attended by area relatives an- friends. George R, Sumner, Retired Former, 79 George Ruben Sumner, 79, a retired farmer, died yesterday morning at his home on Lincoln Rd., Stamford, Vt., following four-year illness. He was a native and life-long resident of the Vermont' town. A son of the late Hoyt W. and Annie M. y(Gardner) Sumner, he was educated in Stamford Schools and as a young man worked 15 years for the former Stamford Chemical Works. He then became n truck driver for the former Morrissey Store in Stamford, and began operating his own farm about 18 years ago. pastor of the Church, officiatin Petty Officer Chesbro graduated from Drury High School it I960 and was employed as a department manager at the Central Jity Market before joining the Navy. City Calendar Tonight THE NORTH ADAMS GRANGE will meet tonight in Grange Flail, Notch Rd. Flintstone Grange of of the Willing Workers Society of Dalton will provide the program. Refreshments will he served. THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS will meet al Ihe Council rooms at 8 p.m. Tomorrow KIWAN1S CLUB — Informal dinner meeting at 6:30 p, m. at the Hob Nob Restaurant, Mohawk Trail. PLANNING BOARD — special meeting, City Council Chambers at Cily Hall, 7:30 p.m. Coming Events LEBANESE SOCIAL CLUB — Special meeting at 8 p.m., Wednesday, at the home of the president, Harry Ferris of 229 Wells Ave., and all members have been ssked to attend. LOYAL EXCELSIOR LODGE OF ODD LADIES — Regular meeting al 7:45 p.m., Wednesday, at the home of Mrs. Anna Cronin of Hall's Ground, Clarksburg. Late Alexander Dow Leaves $11,083 Estate An inventory was filed today in Probate Court in the estate of Alexander Dow of North Adams. There is real estate of $7,000 and personal properly ol $4,083.03. Dies in Hancock, 86 Mrs. Catherine M.. Smith, 86, of B odie Mountain Rd., Hancock, died Saturday at her home. She was the widow of William Smith. Born in Donegal, Ireland, she came U> this country 64 years ago. After making her home first in Lanesboro and then in Pittsfield, she moved to Hancock 25 years ago. She was a charier member the Hancock Baptist Church and a member of South Congregation al Church in Pittsfield, She leaves » daughter, Mrs. Howard Whilcrnnn, with whom she lived, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held tomorrow al : p.m. at the Wellington Funeral Home in Pittsfield. Burial will be in Riverside Cemc to 9 tonight. 8-Months-Old Girl Dies in Williamstown Diane Marie Rollo, eight-months- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Eugene Rollo of 31 North St., Williamslown, died suddenly at her home Saturday morning. Her mother is the former Beverly Kay Rosebrook, Mr. Rolto is an employe of the Sprague Electric Co. in North Adams. The body was removed from Quinn's Funeral Home in Williamstown yesterday and flown to Greenville, Mich., where services will be held tomorrow «l the Brown and Teemon funeral home. Burial will follow in the Greenville Cemetery. He leaves his wife, the former Minnie Tatro of Stamford; a brother, Charles Sumner of Chat ham, N. Y.; and several nieces, nephews, grand-nieces and grandnephews. Funeral services will be held al 3 p.m., Wednesday, at the San- Soucie Funeral Home with the Rev. Harry E. Bronkar, associate First Baplisl . Burial will be in the family lot in the Houghton emetery, Stamford. Calling hours al Ihe funeral lomc will he held from 7 lo !) today, and from 2 to 4 and 7 to J) p.m., tomorrow. The family lins requested no lowers be sent. Mrs. Homer A. Parker Dies at Hospital, 86 Mrs. Laura A. (Danforth) Parker, Sfi, of 87 Brooklyn St., widow of Homer A, Parker, died Saturday afternoon at the Norlh Ad' ing schools mere, ne naa re- nms Hosp j t .,i w |, crc s | ]e was af t. tired in July, 1960, from lhe| millcd i as i Wednesday. General Electric Co., where he S | ]c was j,,,,.,, in Lcominslcr, a was an assembler. He leaves, hesides his sister, daughter of the late Octa and Jane (Briegs) Danforth. Her hus- here, his wife, the former Ruth ll)aml die(5 jn ]93C Mrs Danforth Sheldon; a daughter, Mrs. Gladys Marlowe of Pillsfield; another sister, Mrs. Daniel Delorey of Pitlsfield; Iwo brolhers, Henry of PilLsfield and James of Lanes- was a member of the North Ad- Arthur J. Jan grow, 50, Dies in Monroe Bridge Arthur Joseph Jangrow, SO, a wax mixer al the Deerfield Glassine Co. plant, died suddenly of a heart attack at his home in Monroe Bridge shortly after midnight yesterday. Dr. John H. Olson, Vermont medical examiner for that area, said death was due to a coronary attack, He was born in Readsboro, Vt., a son of the lale Louis and Minnie (Gamache) Jangrow. He had lived in North Adams until 21 years ago. He was a veteran of the U. S. Army and served overseas during World War II. He leaves his wife, the former Cora Capistran; two sisters, Mrs. Evelina Tavernia of this city and drs. Louise Lefebvre of Worcester; two brolhers, Constable Albert J. Jangrow of Stamford, Vt., ant! Felix Jangrow of this city; a nephew and several nieces, Calling hours at the San Soucie Funeral Home here will be from 7 to 9 p.m., today, and from 2 to •! and 7 to 9 p.m., tomorrow. Funeral services will be held at 10.30 a.m., Wednesday, with a High Mass of Requiem in St. Joachim's Church, Readsboro. Burial will he in the family lot in Southview Cemetery, this city, Full military honors will be accorded by members of the Walter Case Post, American Legion, of Readsboro. William Kittler Funeral services for William Kittier of 24 Pine St., Adams, USF- Arnold Finishing Co. Indian Head mills foreman who died Saturday morning in North Adams Hospital, were held at 2 this afternoon at Ihe McBride Funeral Home, Adams. The Rev. Sylvester P. Robertson of Plainfield, summer rector of St. Mark's Episcopal Church, officiated. He also conducted the committal service at the grave. Bearers were Walter Pudlo of North Adams, Michael Ford, Leo Delmolino, William Pulaski, Ronald Brooks and Henry E. Grosz, all of Adams. Burial was in Bel- evue Cemetery, Adams. Vlrs. Emma Parker Funeral serivecs for Mrs. Emna Parker, 82, of 284 Bley Ave., Scotia, N.Y.. were held this af- ernoon at (he Shermon-Burbank Memorial Chapel, Williamslown. Mrs. Parker died at Scotia Friday afternoon. She was a former Villiamstown resident. The Rev. Leon R. Oliver, Wil- iamstown Mehodist Church fas- or. officiated at Hie services, allbcarcrs were Roger Colvert, 'ctcr Oldow, Harold Reder, and Villiam Darby. Mrs. A. Ramsay 'etric played the organ. Burial followed in the Easllawn Cemetery , Williamstown. Last night, the local Chapter of the Eastern Slar, of which Mrs. Parker was a member, held memorial service for her at the Sherman-Rurbank chapel. ams Golden Age Club and the QranqC Covered-Dish Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of _, . _ Railroad Trainmen. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. bovo; and several nieces and.j-iarold F. Allen of this cily and nephews, Funeral services will be held at 9 a. m., tomorrow, in Sacred Heart Church, Piltsficld. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery there, Calling hours al the TJcry Funeral Home Pillsfield will be held from 2 lo 4 and 7 lo 9 p. m., today. Julius Daldoss, Once Mt. Hope Foreman Julius Daldoss, 73, of 28 Fran- lery, Lanesboro. Calling hours ulcis St., died Saturday afternoon al| , Sister i the funeral home will be from 7 the North Adams Hospital, where LBQVeS J'»'er I I Mrs. Frank Sangiovanni of Pittsfield; eight grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. Calling hours at the Simmons Funeral Home will be held from 7 lo 9 p.m., today. Funeral services will be held at the funcrdl home at 2 p.m., tomorrow, with the Rev. Dr. Virgil V. Brallier, pastor of the First Congregational Church, officiating. Burial will be in the family lot in Southview Cemetery. Mrs. Joseph Tocchio in Area he had been a patienl nearly Iwo weeks. He was born in Austria and came to Ihis country in 190il. He had worked for many years at Mount Hope Farm In Williamstown as a foreman until his retirement several years ago. He leaves one daughter, Mrs. Pearl Benvermli of Adams; two sons, Lino of Williamstown and Alfred Daldoss of this cily; four grandchildren; «nd three great- grandchildren. Funeral lerivecs will be held al S a.m., tomorrow, with » High Mass of Requiem In St. Anthony's Church. Burial will be in the family lot in Soulhvicw Cemetery. Calling hours nt the Pi'inglc Funeral Home will be held from 2 to 4 and 7 to S) p.m., today. Supper This Evening North Adams Grange members will have a covered-dish supper meeting at 6,30 o'clock this evening at Grange Hall on Notch Rd,, with members of Flinlstone Grange of Dalton as gne.sts. Members of lh« visiting Grange will present the program of entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. William Russell of Pownnl, VI., will be in charge of supper arrangements. Mrs. Anna B. Toccllio, 62, of 21 Lathers Ave., Piltsficlrl, died Sunday morning in Pill^ficld General Hospilal following a longi illness. She was Ihe wife of Joseph B. Tocchio and a sisler of Mrs. Frank Hewitt of Clarksburg. She was born in Sunderland, VI. hut had spent most of hcr life in Pittsfietd. Besides her husband and sister,; she leaves a son, three grandchildren; three brothers,and three other sisters, none of whom reside in this area Funeral services will be held Wednesday and burial will be in Pittsfield Cemetery. Culling hours at the funeral home will be held from 7 to 10 p.m., tomorrow. S«< Our Large Selection Ceramic and Plastic Tiles Many Beautiful Colort Free Die of Tool* Gozzcmiga's Wallpaper, Pal*, Hoof Coverlnq Corner lank and Summer Sft. North Adam* New ... Miracle Mist Serene 1.69 The new miracle mist th*t eliminates the need for dress shields. Spray on garment to prevent pert- piration stain and offensive odor. Laboratory tested. Protects most delicate fabrics. Notion SHo*i losron Store't Main Flow '* : *>" /^ :.»*, ., I'T* 1 f .-«i . ' t Vt 9 * <* • Pink • Blue • Yellow • Lilac Printed Summer Blankets Reg. 5.98 4.97 A lightweight, high lott blanket of a popular blend of rayon and Acrilan. Colors stay clear after washing. 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