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St. Louis Post-Dispatch from St. Louis, Missouri • Page 4

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4 A au9. 22. I9S4 ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH 1 PORCELAIN INSIDEAKD OUT I I IMIIIDm iFDiRinninniitifu.Li mmw il iiiMiwniiiii DBLTJIT AH lARGRGGDSUD- SARI TKBOJ On Gil OOJam XALLQIIEC WHEN AUTO HITS BEST TRADES OPEN IVEN1NGS EASY TERMS PARKED TRUCK SOUTIISIDE IADIO AND FURNITUII 310 S. Crm4 M.

4-30C0 Unconscious quality Found in by Brother Far From No Oni Can Match This 17.95 VALUES Crash Scene. Quality Priet 37" Galbronsaa tALftQQ Splntti TWW Ervln W. Welgand Jr 5503 Virginia avenue, died yesterday at City Hospital two hours after an automobile driven by his 42" Galbraaiea SCOCOOl Splittt nrotner in which he was riding hit a parked truck In front of 8 'RICES INCLUDE IENCH I DELIVERY FO. WPI RIINCID KNOW-HOW IT'Si lazo worm Broadway. KIE8ELKORST xne brother, Harold Welgand, FOR 71 TEARS UNCI 117 IIH IASTON ii.

ox 3327 Tennessee avenue, waa booked by police suspected of manslaughter, suspected of driving when Intoxicated and UNI BRYANT i suspected of leaving the scene of an accident. When Harold was arrested In the 5400 block of North Broadway, his unconscious brother, Ervin, 29-year-old clerk, was still in the car. Police nnniori 'omen Harold Weigand as saying he became rnnfncoH in tr-vina Sizes 18'2 to 26'a 38 to 52 lane nis Drotner to City Hos pital. 'LIS Si.3 I ra -Louisa Burt 'IK mnnlh. v.w, aauenter of Mrs.

nn Burt 815 Webster street, West Madison. Was killed Fridav when aha was run over by a truck driven by her uncle. ErftiU nvl qui Jefferson street, Madison. Police said the Birl annarantlu crawled under the vehicle while was parited in front of her home and was killed when Davis started to drive au-av nvl mrA the Burts are Negroes. Georee S.

Hnlme of faW suffered head injuries early yesterdav when hl rar nH other collided on Highway 21 One-half mile nnrth h. BUT AT LAMMERTS CAN YOU GET SUCH BARGAINS! Meramec river. He was taken to St. Louis Countv Hnsnital State patrolmen said the other driver, Louis B. Riebold of Imperial, told them he was driving south and as he rounded a curve saw Holmea mHn Tf 1 u-Luni in irnnr nr mm ha m.

was thrown from his car. Riebold WSl treated tnr mlnn, 1 juries. AUGUSTUS H. BELT FUNERAL, STEAK-N-SHAKE FOUNDER Funeral service fnr a 11-1 -f WHERE BUT AT LAMMERTS CAN YOU GET MORE FOR YOUR DOLLAR PAY NOTHING DOWN AND AS LITTLE AS $3.00 A MONTH FOR THESE ADVERTISED ITEMS! WHERE BUT AT LAMMERTS CAN YOU CHOOSE HOMEFURNISH-INGS WITH THE FINEST NAMES IN THE INDUSTRY. PLUS THE PRES.

TIGE OF LAMMERTS 91 YEARS OF SfiRVICE TO THIS COMMUNITY? WHERE BUT AT LAMMERTS CAN YOU "JUST LOOK" FOR IDEAS OR HAVE THE ASSISTANCE OF TRAINED PERSONNEL OR AN IN-TERIOR DECORATOR ABSOLUTE- tin H. Belt, president and chairman of the board of IS mi chain restaurant firm, will be at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow at Beck unriprtaWino THESE TABLE VALUES AT LAMMERTS DOWNTOWN ONLY MAHOGAN FINISHED TABLES of good good construction. Shaped shadow-box edge dp. tail, shelves for magazines.

CHOOSE A MATCHING SET WHILE THEY ARE SO LOW PRICED! COCKTAIL, STEP, LAMP AND END TABLES, EACH ONLY 12 93 Traveling in Bloomington, 111. Burial will be in East Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery there. Mr. Belt, 59 years old. died of a heart ailment Friday at Mennonite Hospital In Bloomington.

He and his wife founded the chain restaurants, which now total S3 in Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas and Florida, In 1932 at Normal, 111. He lived THIS GROUP OF ivnw I195 Tweed all wool with lip-in all season liner 1 ww 1 a LY WITHOUT CHARGE! .1 124.95 VALUES II II at 1 at Jaccard lane, Ladue. Surviving ara Edith Prppslpr Rolf- urn liam Belt; a daughter, Mrs. Wanda Rptt Knioht 29 'una Beach, and his mnih.r Mrs. john BeU of Morris ville.

111. RETIRED COLONEL TO JOIN bC FACULTY OF WASHINGTON Col. Daniel H. Hundley, who retired from the Army this summer after 34 years of service, will join the faculty of Washington University Sept. 15 as an assistant professor of Industrial engineering, It was announced yesterday.

At the time nf hi nllnni.t Since Fashion forecasts tweed at The Fabric for next season, here it is in a handsome, deftly cut coat for every season. 1 00o virgin wool in grey, navy, or wine mixed liberally with white the flare falling slim the cuffs deep and adjustable. Liner in wool, lined in rayon satin with matching tweed cuffs, all-around zipper. Small Daposit Holds Coat. FASHION BASEMENT he was comptroller of Army operations In the Pacific.

Previously he had served as assistant chief of staff of the Ninth Army and head of the personnel department in the Command and uenerai sia college at Fort Leavenworth. Kan nm vised reparation of the Army's textbook on personnel manage- ipxinnnr nn narAnnKi 1 a x-: x-i at t. aaa at ruanr ii I mem. Ha Uvea with lila wife anrl ment Ha Uvea with lila wife ni UtUJin I ABLE, IN riWK MA HOG. WM II II II at 6655 Kingsbury boulevard, II ANY VENEERS, BRASS-TIPPED FEET, If SIXTH LOCUST in vera.

iy xiy. "iM -1 afr il II LOOK AT THESE RF.ATITTF1 ff I AT tyS IH il IIH 11 Pi 24.95 VALUES IN TABLES II Jfi) 'r 111 I. 1 MLIl Il WITH RICH MAHOGANY VE- II II tt HI rjil n. neers and banded trim in Mr I 0 IP LOVELY "FADED" JL JL wnen two-plect in W2 to 24 Va 46 to 52 'fl fTN I'll 'i "Fashionable FAILLE makes the dress with suit manners" Aeataia and rayon fait' with twinkfa buftont black, eavy, charcoal, aray It's raafly a drasj but you'll eiwayi call it my failla uif wear it now through ia winter nait sonna and on it Inowi no taasoni Ordar by Mail or Phona CH. U767 Station 20 Add 25c for delivary FASHION IASEMENY I I fJ LEATHER-TOPPED TABLES WITH Jk-l I I II GLEAMING GOLD TOOLED TRIM I I I 11 IIHOGANT AND MAHOGANY VE.

IX L7J 1. I NEERS, LARGE SIZE, WELL-BUILT. 1 tA I -Ji- II 36.93 VALUES, NOW EACH PJ pj-- fit! 2595 I SIXTH IOCUStI- i Sf ruanl.

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