St. Louis Post-Dispatch from St. Louis, Missouri on February 29, 1952 · Page 9
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St. Louis Post-Dispatch from St. Louis, Missouri · Page 9

St. Louis, Missouri
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Friday, February 29, 1952
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1 7. 0 - I For Girls! Sale of Spring Coats For Tots I to 3 For Girls 3 to 6x $22.98 Values $19.95 Values $17.95 Values Pmstel PUlds, Cheek; SUd Fitted coats, cape collars, modified pyramids," some' with lace collar and cuffs . , . few of a kind styles. White, red, maize, grey, pink, navy. (Girls' Shop ... Second Floor) Junior. Spencer Coat 22 It's a must in every girl's wardrobe. Smart curving collar with dolman sleeves in soft fleece. Pink. gold, lime or coral. Sizes 9 to IS. (Coats . . . Second Floor) Junior Checked Suit You'll love the slim lines, shorter jacket suit with slightly padded hips in window pane check. Two-tone grey. Sizes 9 to 15. (Junior . . . Second Floor) Sugar-coated Blue Topper 39.95 A perfect coat to own. Smart new topper, wonderful length for new spring fashions. The fabric, an exclusive wool, white checks on wedgewood or midnight blue. Sizes 10 to 18. I7ii! Floor Perido Straff Sailor $7.98 - The essence of spring . . pretty rose sits a-top your new s t raw sailor, velvet trim. White, wheat, coffee, red, navy. r ' -' (Hat Box Shop . . . First Floor Organdy Bibbed Clokay Dress- 3.93 Sires 7 14 ' Prettiest girl in the Easter parade in this new fabric that drips dry. Embroidered organdy bib over heavenly shades of pink, blue, orchid, maize. ( Children's Shop ... Second Floor) ' PEDESTRIAN DIES AFTER AUTO HITS HIM, DRIVES AWAY Motorist Is Killed When His Car Rams Side of Rail Locomotive on East Side. Bernard Hollenkamp, city maintenance man employed in the Civil Courts building, died early today at City Hospital of a head Injury suffered when an automobile struck him yesterday on Market street, 100 feet west of Eleventh street. The driver left the scene. . Witnesses said Hollenkamp was warning souin across me street.. They did not obtain the license number of the automobile. The driver went on a short dis tance, stopped beside the curb for a moment, then drove away, turning north into Twelfth boulevard, they said. Hollenkamp Uved at 5020 Plo ver avenue, tie was t-i years oia. i&s Arthur C. Tobin, 'foreman of 1 the core room of the fcast tt. m Louis Casting Co., 4200 St. Clair avenue. East St. Louis, was killed early today v.hen his automobile ran against, the side of an Alton & Southern Railroad diesel loco- II motive in the C500 block of U Bunkum road, Washington Park. Warning lights at the crossing were flashing at the time, Wash-inirton Park nolire said. Tobin's machine was dragged 55 feet. The r engineer of the southbound freight train, E. P. Apgar, 5700 Bond avenue. East St. Louis, said it had been going 20 miles an hour. t Tobin, 55 years old, lived on oar-den avenue in Sterling Place, a community six miles east of East St. Louis. Joseph Meyer, 769 Syracuse avenue. University City, a salesman, was injured last night in a collision of his automobile with a truck on U. S. Highway 69, six miles south o Mason City, la. He was not hospitalized. Driver of the truck, Joseph W. Jeford, Peoria, 111., was hurt seriously. LAST EYEWITNESS OF KITTY HAWK - FLIGHT KILLS SELF KITTY HAWK, N.C.. Feb. 29 (UP) The last of a little group of men who stood on a windswept sand dune here nearly 50 years ago and watched the first flight of the Wright brothers killed himself yesterday. Johnny Moore, 66-year-old woodsman, fisherman and trapper, shot himself in- the head with a shotgun in his home on Little Colihgton Island, scarcely a mile from the spot where he helped Wilbur and Orville. launch their plane Dec. 17, 1903 The coroner ruled it was suicide. Moore's wifeand children said he had been despondent about his failing health. ' Moore's brief moment of sharing the Wrights' triumph as a boy of 17 made him well known in aviation circles. Last Dec. 15 he shared the role of guest of honor at a Wright brothers anniversary celebration here with Maj. Alexander de Seversky. He went to Washington to meet President Truman when the original Wright brothers plane was returned from England to the Smithsonian Institution. REICH AGREEMENT ON LIMITED ARMS OUTPUT REPORTED BONN, Feb. 29 (AP) The west German government has agreed to produce certain types of heavy weapons for Atlantic defense, but production of guided missiles, poison gas and atomic bombs will be barred, a high German official said yesterday. This was the compromise proposal made by western foreign ministers at Lisbon in an effort to settle the question of linking Germany's vast industrial machine to the Atlantic arms buildup, this source said. The Germans had asked the Allies to free their industries for production on research on all types of weapons. Britain and France balked, insisting that the western powers retain some controls over German war produc tion, the source asserted, and the ij three foreign ministers then came ' up with the compromise proposal. Flashes of Life By the Asaot-iattd Pre. l Afraid of Revenuers? HUNTINGTON, W.Va. Capt. N. R. Stanford of the Marine Corps recruiting station says the armed forces could use some of that dead-shot skill -displayed in Raccoon Hollow. . Looking for recruits, Stanford said he loaded a light plane full of literature and with Sgt. Francis Xr Joslin, former combat pilot, at the controls, flew over the Hollow dropping leaflets. Suddenly bullets popped around ns," saki Stanford. "One 'pinged into the cargo hatch. We dumped what folders we had left, took evasive action, and got out of there fast. Raccoon Hollow is on Tug Fork, :; near the West Virginia-Kentucky line. - : Stanford said; "Those rifle boys . were good. We hope they'll come ; in and sign up. Start of Red Tape. BOISE. Idaho The Mountain i States Telephone it Telegraph Co. found it had overcharged" the j! Idaho House of -Representatives 10 cents for a telephone call so the company maileda dime to C. House. Bottolf sen forwarded it to I State Auditor 2T. P. Nielson. Now Nielson must send Bottolf sen a receipt for the dime,-make out a !; I desposit slip (four conies) and j: credit it to the House account j: "Personally. sighed Nielson. I j wish the phone company had kept TWO BRIDGES HEEDED IN CASE OF WAR, MEMPHIS TELLS COURT Attorneys for the city of Memphis argued . yesterday in the United States Court of Appeals here that the state of Arkansas should not be permitted to destroy approaches to an old bridge because it might be needed in case of enemy attack. An Arkansas county judge had I ,,, . - ijiiL-i wi innr-1 - r"" - 1 'T "T- "T1 T" ,'-"TI hi !.- , 1 : 1 WO- ;'M i Xj I W A in crisp cotton, The kind you'll live in and love! Rounded yoke with double-tabs, simple turned-back collar to take to favorite scarfs. Sanforized cotton in white, aqua, tangerine, sizes 32 to 38. A Joan 'n Jayne fashion. - m - wmm n ; s ;? ! f: if j. if w x m ordered the approaches of the old Harahan bridge across the Mississippi river wrecked because maintenance costs on roads in that state were excessive in view of the amount of traffic the bridge carried. A new bridge now carries the bulk of traffic, he held. A United States district court In Arkansas refused to consider an injunction suit filed in behalf of the city of Memphis, and the matter was brought to Order it by mail or dial CEntrai6830 M-pke casual blouse Downtown Only, Cottontop Shop, street floor At both stores . . .junior shops Downtown, the Court of Appeals here. If the new bridge were de-j tage, attorneys for Memphis argued, the old bridge would be needed and it is good, insurance to keep it. Lawyers for Crittenden county, Arkansas, contended the old : bridge was , unnecessary: that the matter had already been disposed ot in county court in SSni&SEMWANT THINGS? WATCH THE WANT ADS en f I 1 j i The enticing Strip-Show anklet, to divert attention your way, to make your every step an act of flattery . . . black patent, red, multi-color or navy calf. Or the Grand Opera, gets special ovation for its perfect fit, gives consistently fine performance with so many different costumes and colors you wear. Black patent, navy or red calf, black or navy suede. JCIme's Downtown only, street floor I S 1 At both stores ... ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH I W. H. STANLEY & CO. f coca nciiJAD fo i WVUri Hhiiilinil 0215 IACK AT THE OLD STAND . . . w tfcc best deeds w k.v. vr mfrrd mf pay wr. tss. on m.. wm.. Frt. m, t. I tiYich gets pur applause? the STRIP Sll Oil' or the OPERA . . . by Um:iimt in three parts, adding up to little more than pocket money for you. . . 1. . . Jacket dual purpose, With the flattering peplum jacket, its a daytime charmer . . . without, it's a dine-and-dance beauty! Nubby Shag rayon-and-cotton in navy, toast or grey, white-accented. Junior sizes 7 to 1J. 2..JIoordale classic suit of wool gabardine, fffls Beautifully carved suit with a couturier look to its double-buttoned jacket . . ..with a glint of twin rhinestones at the neck' line. Javy, royal, black or red in junior sizes 7 to 15. 3. , . The Spencer jacket in soft fleece, tfin Dior started it all . . . Vogue loves them with new wide skirts ... St. Louisans love them with everything! Deep armhole and tiny push-up wrists make them per feet with Gibson Girl sleeves. Hand-fin ished details, crepe lined. White, pink, red or blue. second floor; Kline's West, street floor Ftf. 29. 1952 9 A FOR MODERN "EYEWEAR" 3 STORES - fit. H7 10 OLIVC ST. . tU 51 N. GSANO 13) CLAYTON MEDICAL HOG. 35 N. CENTRAL AVE V $995. ' dress nit A a 1-;-:. Z5 4 3 the dime,' si

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