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1 · NwlhwMl ArtantM TIMES, Wrf., Awfl M, 1M» n. ·AVCTTIVIU.I. Unheeded Hippie In Repose ." ·; Ignored hy a rigid-hacked £ ROTC company commander, _ a hippie stretches full-length - cm the parade ground at (he * University of Arkansas where a group of 50 persons, many of them students, attempted without success Tuesday to disrupt an Army ROTC drill. Two campus security guards watched as about 50n shorl- haired students jeered a n d threw rocks at the demonstrators. No one was hurt. (TIMESphoto hy Ken Good) Council Okays Airport Work Lawsuii Filed To Stop Meet Of Grand Jury LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A suit was filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court at Little Rock to quash a new St. B^rancis County Grand Jury, which was seated , SPRINGDALE -- Two pro- Monday reportedly to investi- I posed ordinances that a p p e a r - K a l e rioting last month at an able the . Little r , R o t k Ncgro atlorney who f i j e d JJjiturc were referred to the c i t y , . ] R . K u j t - Sil id lie would seek a -Attorney and planning coinmis- temporary restraining order to; sion Tuesday night by the City I Council. ·I Over the objections of some; clay to keep the j u r v from meeting until the suit's dispo sit ion in court. The suit alleges that the jury ' « aldermen the planners were i n - , i s n ' t representative of the ; strutted to come 1111 w i t h a n k o u n l y ' s residents. « .. . / , , , , , ,,i' "Although approximately 50 -ordinance requiring t h a t »' pcr t . cnl ^ ( h e ' i d u l l population j n e w streets be limit w i t h h o t | [ i r Su i.- rallc .j s County is Negro, i m i x asphalt. ! there has never been more than T The second proposal, an or-'a token number of Negroes on f i n a n c e establishing license -d -V one ? r -,, p^cding a. 1 tax rates for private clubs scr-| s a j d J.ving alcoholic beverages, went; "And none of the previous · to the city attorney tor study. ^ G r a n d Juries have been com- J Aldermen Joe Robinson a n d i p ' c t e l y representative of the 2 ,,,.. , , ,, i i total commumtv but have Been J Guy Wilson questioned the ad- ..,,...,_. ,. cp ,. cscl - tative of Uie j v i s a b i l i i t y of further regulations d o m i n a n t business and farming ;on the construction i n d u s t r y . jntn'osts of St. F r a n c i s · repeating an opinion expressed % earlier this month t h a t develu- ! pers are "looking elsewhere" 5 for building projects because of · Springdale's building regula- ; tions. « MAKES COMPARISON · M a y o r Park Phillips compared ; residential building permits is' sued in Spnngdalu d u r i n g UK - sued in h p n n g t l a l u miring me. [i]c H i 50V e 21 years of age pop « first three months of the year, trtatioiitfis below 50," the sui ? w i t h two other unnamed arfa" g al - ri '"The children or grand '. towns of comparable size. J Figures s h o w r d . he said, that ; the number of Springdale pcr- projects County." FII1ST IN 8 YEARS Three Negroes were namec to the IB-member jury, the firs to be called in the county in the defendant eight years. ".Most of (jurymen) are of the age of 5 or over although a majority o the above 21 years of age pop sui i i:-.:ts tor r e s i d e n t i a l ? w e r e above ; to-.vn : qu children of defendants who at tend schools in St. Franci County attend all-white or prc dominantly white schools. "None of the defendants i ces re f e m a l e although more t h a n 5 below j per cent of the adult populatio ,, both neighboring ·; and t h a t permit fees re- ,, _ ;d by Ihe c i t y were below|p C r cent of the adult populat · , -v f i g u r e charged in cither i of the county is female." : t,,.,. ;1 .' j The suit was filed by 20 Ne ·: Springdaic is r.ot m a k i n g new pro parents and minor children ''· b']i''ii:'ig costs prohibitive, he The complaint alleges tha ; s .,.'ij nuiie of those filing suit ha ' ' The proposed alcoholic never- been selected to serve on · ace nrdir.ance w o u l d require!petit jury in the county. · prr ait ci'..bs w i t h memberships I And at Forrest City. Prose · o r more l i n n inn to pay t h e | c u t o r Lloyd Henry of Searc T c i - v '; S2."iO i i i i n u a l license fee said arrests would be made lx " p'iis a five per cent tax on ginning today if loitering con ·- tmued at the Lincoln Junior Senior High School complex. About 100 students reported! ', gro-s revenue d e r i v e d from the ; service and sale of any alco- " nolle beverages. - : TO STfDY O K D I N A N C E loitered · C i l y At'.orney John Lisle w a s p r ' i n s t r u c t e d to study i l i e proposed Tuesday around the sehoo during school hour at the predominant! Negro school, where about 2t students rioted last month. irdir.antc. and aNo to check ; sta'.utauirv l i m i t a t i o n s on l a x - · inc private, profit m a k i n g c l u b s ; · w i t h licn^es tn sell a l c o h o l i c ^ · Membei'S n[ l i , c council also ." referred a proposed ordinance '; requiring d r a i n a g e problems to ; he worked out by sub-dividers ; in new developments . to (be · planning rnmmis'-ion. Ki:ial ac" tion on'nny drainage ordinance '· r.ni^t await campleiion of a city ; drainage plan, now under de - , . , . , . , ,, \...... ", vdopment by - l a i f and inem c l a i m e d today the United States;j s i a n t i country. ; bers (if the p i , i n n i n g c o m m i s s i o n . ' j s b u i l d i n g up its forces in a n d ; - - . a r n n n d Korea in preparation for · ;i new war. It charged U.S. Inrccs in South Korea fired into N o r t h Korean territory. At the same time it upheld its r i g h t to shoot down U.S. planes . w h i c h it said violate North Koi r c a n a i r space. II contended N. Korea Says U.S. Planning For New War TOKYO i API -- North Korea Family Keeps Pledge Starts 118 Mile Trek BERNALILLO. N.M. (AP) n Albuquerque, N.M., famil s walking 118 miles to the tin illage of Chimayo to keep romise to God. Louis Maldonado said, "whe 'ablo (his brother) was sent t 'ietnam I promised Saint E uipula a pilgrimage to El San uario if he returned safe." El Santuario is an old adob hurch at Chimayo, 33 mile rom Santa Fe, the New Mexic apital. Pablo returned safely, an Monday Maldonado. his wif wo brothers-in-law and Pah Rogers Chamber Opposes HCT Regional Experiment Of ESD The Employment Security Di-.proved by the regional office ision business in Northwest Aransas may become involved n a "regional experiment." The roposal is under review and lanfie and has not been ap EXTENSION Homemoker Clubs SPRING MEETING: The Madison County Extension Home- nakers Council will hold t h e innual spring meeting Tuesday, April 29, in the Huntsville Community Center. A cooperative luncheon will be served at noon and Mrs. Dorothy P. Sitton. Northwest District Extension Home Economist, will speak at the morning session. A dress revue is set for the afternoon. in Dallas - but the plan has brought a good deal of discussion by boards of Chambers of Commerce and other groups and individuals in some of the area cities. The main feature of the proposed regional program would move the claims office of the Employment Division to Springdale, where quarters would be rovided free Of charge to the -mployment Service by the city. All claims would be filed at that office. This would mean that claims services would be removed from both Rogers and Fayctteville. . The change from county to r e g i o n a l , encompassing the counties of Benton. Washington and Madison, would entail the employment of two additonal COLBAUGH: Members attend persons. A regional manager would be appointed and a plan to use mobile teams as placement counselors has been devised. MANY NOT CONVINCED Dr. John Peterson, director of ESD in Arkansas, has visited with Chamber officials in communities in this section and las scheduled future meetings. ed a cake decorating workshop held at the home of Mrs. Norris Lopshire at Hindsville. The workshop was conducted by Mrs. Louise Walker, Madison County extension economist, and there were nine members and 16 guests present. COMBS: There were 10 members and two guests present for the April meeting held in the home of Mrs. Oma Gabbard, Members discussed the ceme tery enumeration and Mrs. Ru by Thornberry gave two book reports. The next meeting will be May 21 in the home of Mrs, Jessie Faubus. HUNTSVILLE: Twelve mem bers met at the home of Mrs. Charles Atkisson for the April meeting. Plans to help with the cemetery enumeration and the Cancer Drive were discussed and members made arrange ments " for a window Ml W v^^^^PM 9 Help Prepare ScMttinp Razorback Campers, the Kay- ctteville chapter of National Campers and Hikers Association, got the season under way las weekend with a workinf campout at the Noark Gir Scout Camp north of H u n t s ville. Thirteen Razorback Campers families, assisted by Fayette ville Explorer Post 105 and Al pha Phi Omega, a University o Arkansas service fraternity, met at Camp Noark to help prepare the camp for the summer pro gram of the Girl Scouts. Mem bers of the three organizations worked all day Saturday erec ting tents, cleaning the admin istration building and groundi and clearning the various camp ing areas. Work details, a Saturday eve ning meal and a Sunday morn ing worship service were ar ranged by caifipout chairmen Dr. and Mrs. James R. Hunt, who are active in the Noark Girl Scout program. Next outing for Razorback campers will be May 16-18 when the club will serve as host for a state-wide NCHA campout at Bella Vista Village. Around tts NCHA families from over Ar- Springdale Glv Coundl Takes No Action On Two Ordinances SPRINGDALE -- Immediate, work on certain phases of a municipal airport expansion project was authorized by t h e Springdale City Council Tuesday night. Airport Committee members will use portions of a 114,000 fund available for the project while waiting for approval of matching funds from state and federal tourees. The $14.000 is being held in the airport fund after tale of se- Area News In Brief WINS COMPETITION Tom Larson of Antoine, a - , *gan the long wa,k. Pablo ha ^tension 53? (I r n i l i r n f n r r n n H i f i n n n f t n i 1 I h n TII y-i t t _ i i _.*..:.*... o return for medicine after the irst right, but vowea to catch up with the party before it cached Chimayo. Friends have arranged for a pecial Mass of thanksgiving to je held when the family reaches he church--probably Sunday. Tennessee To Seek Bids On New Bridge MEMPHIS (AP) --Tennessee lighway Department officials said Tuesday the state is ready to advertise for bids on the superstructure for the Interstate 40 Mississippi River Bridge at Memphis. E. R. Terrell, director of programming, said Tennessee had submitted all paper work to the U.S. Bureau of Public Roads and expects approval to proceed with hid advertisements as soon as Arkansas clears its paperwork with federal author- W. Q. Hall reviewed the book "Where Two Ways Met." CLIFTY: Roll call was answered by 11 members and there guests at the April meeting held in the home of Mrs. George Julian. Guests were Mrs. Ed Johnson of Tulsa, Mrs. Bessie Heflin and Mrs. B. Jones. Mrs. Leona Sharp and the hostess participated in the program . FORUM: Mrs. Marshall Waldcn was hostess for the April meeting and the topic was home management. A round table discussion on keeping your legal affairs in order was held and Mrs. Opal Gunn and Mrs. Mary Walden showed eye openers. Book reviews were given by Mrs. Ernest Zerbest and Mrs. Truman Villines. Hies. Tennessee. t h e state in charge of the $50 million bridge project, expected to let superstructure bids last August, but could not when federal highway funds were frozen in a spending cutback. Queen's Standard Bearer Challenged LONDON (AP) -- The British monarch's official champion has been challenged to a duel for the first time since the 14th century. The queen's standard bearer, hereditary protector and official champion is Lt. Col. John Dymoke. commanding officer of the Royal Anglian Regiment's 3rd Battalion. The battalion is now on maneuvers in Iceland and an eye specialist there named Skull Thoroddsen has challenged Dymoke to a duel with swords or pistols as a protest against the ! presence of foreign troops in the HOME LOVERS'S Final plans for a rummage sale, and trips to F o r t Smith and Muskogce. Okla. were made at the April meeting held in the home of Mrs. Mary Hamblin. There were four guests and 15 members present, including Mrs. Carolyn Scaramuzzo, Mrs. J. C. Cook, Mrs. E. B. Ludwig and Mrs. Paul Dennis. Mrs. Scaramuzzo, assistant home economist, presented the program on sewing. Member. exchanged bulbs and He has not convinced all those with whom he has talked that the proposal is to best interests of everybody, and a Chamber committee in Rogers asked intervention by Governor Rockefeller. One source said today that through the interest of the Governor changes in the proposal have been m a d e which will mean that one employe of the service would be taken from the Rogers office rather than four as at first contemplated. Cass Hough, president of the Daisy Company of Rogers. T. V. Hilt of Wendt-Sonis and John Joyce of Doming, also of Rogers, have been quoted as taking exception to the original proposal to reduce personnel in the Rogers office. NO TIME SET No time has been set for the experiment to go into effect, but some sources intimated it would be installed as soon as the regional office approves the proposal -- which could come within a week or two. Members of the Rogers Chamber of Commerce and industrial leaders adopted a policy statement objecting to the trans- ferral of employes of the Rogers office to Springdale. and a copy of the statement sent to Governor Rockefeller. CHAMBER RECOMMENDS The Chamber urges that additional placement and referral personnel be placed in the Ro ;ers office, to insure competent sen-icing of our industrial community. . ." Bob Haynes. Chamber manager, said the Chamber has no objection to other areas having increased services, but sees a political motive in the proposed change. Plans by the ESD call for sending a mobile team to Rogers each day to serve the community's needs. Haynes said INV*II/I laiiiin^o ,»«... - . -- -- kansas are expected to attend Obituary Mrs. Berth* Gertrude Stock hirger Woodruff, 81. of 11! S. University St., died Tuesday in a local hospital. Born Dec. 23, 1887 at West Fork, the daughter of Alex and Sarah Carrol 1 Stockburger, she was a Presby terian. Survivors are the husband Legett Woodruff of the home and one sister. Miss Iva Stock burger of Fayetteville. Funeral service will be at ' p.m. Thursday at tht Watson Mortuary with burial in Baptist Ford Cemetery. enior majoring in Agriculture Engineering at the University f Arkansas, has been named winner of the Farm Structures )esign Competition sponsored t the University by the Port- and Cement Association. The $75 first prize offered an- ually to a senior student in gricultural engineering for the best design of a farm building using concrete or concrete pro- lucts. Design of such a build- ng is a part of the course Agricultural Structures Design taught in the Agricultural En lineering Department. Siloam Springs -- Mrs. Mand Weaver, 58. of Tulsa. Okla died Tuesday in a Sand Springs Okla. nursing home. Survivors are two daughters Mrs. Betty Johnson of Tulsa and Mrs. Peggy Lyons of Mid land, Tex.: three sons. Jack Jimmy and Harold, all of Kan sas City: four brothers, Clar ence Cotter of Tulsa, Leonard Cotter of Wyandotte, Okla.. Dee Cotter of Miami, Okla. and Ho mer Cotter of Enid; two sisters Mrs. Mary Fisk of Nevada, Mo and Mrs. Josie Belies of Little ton, Colo, and 13 grandchildren , , Funeral service be a the Rogers industrial community saw no need for this action, when an office was currently in operation in the city. plants: Rae Culver LINCOLN: Mrs. Elsie Hack worth presented a program on candles at the April meeting held in her home. She was assisted by Mrs. Beulah Carter. Members discussed the annual tour and the rug making work shop set for April 29 at t h e Ozark Electric Cooperative C o r p . Mrs. E. Huenefeld demonstrated how to make w a x roses. The next meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Isla Hawley. Mrs. Ruby Myers Man Almost Catches Three Young Thieves R a l p h W i l l i u M i ' . 'Jill! An' Dr., a l m n - i I'aii'jht. t h r e e n i burglars w h e n lie and his w a r r i v e d h o i i - e 'i :.'ird;!v r.ic W i l l i a m s l u l d i l y poli, e tl drove lip a'n,,i,t I n u . i i ! . , . «s they were p u l l i n g i n l n .pnili-d p \ i;,S. Navy plane shot down I A p r i l l-i lull (lone this. The l.'nited States says the pl.-me never was closer than 40 · n | m i l e s tn North Korea and that I p . n i s nf us wreckage were re- ciivcral (W miles off the shore. The North ami: ill a Korean charges ispatch nf ; garage. · eommg amu:;d ,', i : · IUHISO e a r n i n g w l , , i t a : to he a suilra-.e. I W i l l i a m s ran lo the c, ; the h o in c w l , c i e he -· ; young men w h o ran i.l · he yelled at t h e m , l i e ' · side and found t h a i a .:.' J r i f l e , n radio. ., i' .n « rlectric rax.or. f , in , : 3 anil two to t i n i'.' linl . coins had been t a k n i . 1 Sui. Clint H u t c h TM · , J linms fonnrl the r i l l e . · pi-Hi other items in a .- j the W i l l i a m s ' hnme M| · been entered by rcm, I screen from a window. nan ,,l ....rial Korean Central ·nry and from Radio I'yon- T!ic Niirth Korean radio . . l i r n a d c a M monitored here said |1|Ul1 " the f i r i n g from South Korea tuiik place from f a.m. today in ""',''.. ' a r e a s of Jookdnng and Sewoon- * l ; . ' r ' ' n. snulheasl of K i n d i w a , by [f ' A : , r ' ' i ' m o b i l i s i n g u, ms ,.|,, ( | heavy .UT.I in . vu ,;,pnns of v.'ii'ions calibers, in- i a.:hi:r ( -| l l ( j{ n l i .(i.invm Howit/ers. '··'·'· · ' " , Hecenlly. Ihe broadcast said, ;'""·' v , i h c li.S. A r m y began p e r p e t r a t - '·' |V ' ; M 1 | i n g more frequent and hideous a i l s for the provocation of a new w a r . while bringing into the d e m i l i t a r i z e d /.one various Runs .mi! neavy weapons, including 01 mm mortars and 57mm ro- clinics'; guns, in violation of the · K n r c a i i armisliee agreement. Eddie Fisher Files For Third Divorce HOLLYWOOD (AP)--Singer F.ddie Fisher, charging "extreme cruelty." filed for divorce Tuesday from his third wife, pert blonde actress Connie Stevens. Their marriage was first announced when Miss Stevens gave birth to a daughter. Joley. in 1967. But no marriage license was ever produced publicly. They told newsmen they had been "secretly married for some time." Another daughter. Tricia. was horn last December. Fisher. '11. was divorced from netress Elizabeth Taylor in l%fi. He was previously married to aetress Debbie Reynolds. Miss Stevens. 31, was divorced from nctor James Sta- eev in Iflfi". Original Song b Introduced An original song, "Birds and the Bees." will be introduced Friday night at the Ozark Opry at the Palace Theater. The song, the latest composition by the Prairie Grov* song writing team of Johnny Johnson and M. L. Richardson will be sung by Rosa Lee Long of Gentry backed by the Ozark Opry Band. The Ozarfc Opry. sponsored by the Exchange Club, serves as a showcase for local talent. 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the Py eatte Funeral Chapel with bu rial in Oak Hill Cemetery. HEW School System Loses At Texarkana TEXARKANA, Tex. (AP) A unitary school system *p proved by the Department o Health, Education and Welfar for the Texarkana. Tex., Schoo District was thrown out Tues day night by the district school board. By a vote of 4-3, the boar decided to use freedom-o choice as a plan of school de segregation for the 1969 i school year for grades 1-9. N action was taken on the upper three grades. An overflow crowd appeared pleased with the board's action at a meeting in the district's administration building. The action resulted from three Freedom, Inc., candidates being elected recently to the board over incumbents. Freedom. Inc., was formed to support freedom of choice desegregation of schools. The board also voted for an immediate audit of the board's finances. veral parcel* of airport land for industrial purposes. According to state law, the money must be »pent on improvement* at the airfield. Total cost of the airport expansion, which will increase length and width of the runway and develop the airport into «n air-park industrial complex, is an estimated $70,000. The City expects a $IO.(KW grant from the Arkansas Aeronautics Commission and grants from federal sources. SHILOH MUSEUM Council members also approved a new roof for the Shiloh Museum, which Is housed in the old city library. The city will replace the present roof for an estimated $1.300 after turning down bids on a re-df. sign of the roof which wouM have carried an estimated *5,100 irice tag. In other business Tuesday night, the council: . -Adopted the 19«9 edition of ART EXHIBIT SET Three University of Arkansas graduate art students, who are ·andidates for the master q arts degree in June, will exhi bit in the Gallery of the Arts Center beginning April 26 through May 14. Bill Brule of Pine Bluff. Nancy Delamar of Arkadelphia and Jary Pummel of Nebraska City, Neb., will exhibit some 30 paintings and sculpture. he Southern Standard Housing lode. -Sent a standardized building permit form to the building inspector's office for study and recommendation. The new permit form, being adopted nationwide breaks down estimated building costs into several additional categories not now used on the city's building permit application blank. -Authorized the First National Bank and the First State Bank of Springdale as official depositories for city funds during the current year. -Named two streets located near the city water tanks and running parallel to Hwy. 264. A street located north of the water tanks was named Reed Avenue and one south of the water tanks was dubbed Bitter Avenue. HUNTSVILLE -- The Repub- ican Central Committee w i l l meet Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the Crossbow Restaurant. G. W. Whiteley Tyler, of Little Rock, is guest speaker. TO TAKE BIDS PRAIRIE GROVE - Members of the Prairie Grove City Council Monday night voted to take bids for the purchase of a new city fire truck. A fire de partment spokesman said today that specifications on the truck were similar to one used by the Fayetteville Fire Department. CONFERENCES INVITED Archie Lantz, district assist ant to Congressman John Paul Hammerschmidt. will be in the City Administration Building in Springdale Thursday from 9 a.m., to 4 p.m. Area residents with federal-related problems are invited to confer with him. TO VISIT CAPITAL A regional safari for Repub lican Women will be held May in Little Rock. Mrs. Gladys Donnell. national president 11 speak. Local Republican omen desiring to attend the eeting must make reserva ons by calling 751-2986 by pril 28. Double Tragedy NEPIIl. Utah (AP) -- A 3- ycar-old Ncphi boy left, with relatives while his parents rushed another son to a Salt Lake City hospital drowned Tuesday. Police said Rick D. Olson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Olson, drow-ned in an irrigation ditch at Nephi. Rick's 4-ycar-nld brother. Russell, suffered head injuries earlier in the day when a 200- pound steel door fell on him while he was playing at his father's horse trailer manufacturing plant. The older boy was reported In serious condition Tuesday night. l \V WE RENT TYPEWRITERS ADDING MACHINES IBM-UND**WOOD OZABKOFHCK MACHINES - DON'T FORGET! FIRST BAPTIST REVIVAL April 20-27 7:00 P.M. H*ar Dr. Thomm Holmll from Rio, ·ratil -- WELCOME -- FUNERAL HOMC.MC Jt17NO*niCOU.MCMI WINM, Otto Leonard--Thursday 2:0(1 p.m. People's Mission Church. Rev. Vivnn Rhodes officiating. Interment, Elm Springs Cemetery. (iinSON, Marlon-Thursday 2-00 p.m. Free Will Baptist Church at I'ilRrim Rest. Rev. Cecil Garrison officiating. Interment, Joyce Cemetery. KEI.I.Y, John A.-Thurjday 10:30 a.m. Chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home. Rev. Aaron Barling officiating. Interment, Cass. ··x»-'."-"-«.---.- Scftcttely btwitehinr, hetd with Utin ro- mtnct. Go alwtd! Smolder a littkl ss Wonderful VOUH* *HBI PA»HtOlt« Whit*, Bon*, and Pink $13.95 UM Your lankAiMricard Honorary Fraternity Initiates New Members Alpha Kappa Psi, honorary usiness fraternity at the Uni- ersity of Arkansas, initiated new members recently at s annual initiation dinner leeting. New members are Jesse E. orter Jr. of West Helena, homas Johnson of Yellville, eorge Hubbard of Blytheville, rian Griffith of Little Rock, ryant Vinson of Little Rock, ob Donaghe of Winslow. W. F. ector. honorary initiate of ittle Rock, H. Rush Turk of herrill, Joseph C. Phillips of pringdale, and Bob Porter of lytheville. Bloodmobile Collects 240 Pints On Campus There were 240 pints of blood ollected Tuesday on the Uni- ersity of Arkansas campus for he Red Cross Blood Center »t pringficld. Mo. This brings the total collected uring the past two days to 62 pints. The Bloodmobile will remain t the Student Union today and Thursday. A goal of 1.000 pints las been set for the four-day I^^^«B^^ For Th* Ultimate In Mtn's Formal Wrnr Rtntalt -MR. TUCKS UZN.WeitATe. -- 521-3202 Baby Boys and Toddlers Active babies need stretch romp-abours Comfortable Romper Suits Sizes 6 to 18 Moi. Short Sleeve or Sleeveless Shirts Shorts with Knit Cuffs to Assure A Neat Fit Sizes 6 Mo. to Toddler 4 A Large Selection of Stretch Terry, Stretch Nylon and Cotton Knits. All No-Iron. Prices From $3.98 OPEN THURSDAY NIGHT n I.CIHTIK

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