The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 14, 1960 · Page 7
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DELTA HOPEFULS -- Four contestants who will be among 52 to compete In the Miss Mississippi Pageant to be held In Vicksburg August J-S are,'fop row, left-right, Suzanne Morgan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin II. Morgan of Greenville; Audrey Lee flazzarJ, daughter o! Mr. and Mrs. William Irby Mauard of Cleveland; and lower row, left-right, Diane Smith, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. George K. Smith of Indianoln, and Dobbye Lou Dibb, daughter of Mrs. Eunice Bibb of Greenwood. Mississippians arc hoping this year's winner may follow in the footsteps of Iheir immediate predecessors, Mary Ann Mobley, Miss America of 1959 and Lynda Ue Mead, Miss America of I960, both Mississippi girls. (Photo courtesy Louise Yfrger) POOCH LOOSES NEW YORK (AP)-A frisky mongrel got on (he subway tracks in M a n h a t t a n and made the morn- One train was delayed 10 min utcs antl others had to be rorout ed before perspiring transit em ployos won out in a lively of hide and seek with the pooch Doctor Tells Lions Research Holds Only Hope For Solution Of Cancer Problems Research holds (he only hope for reducing the ciihcfcr (error In America, br. John Montgomery lolU the Lioiis Club Wednesday. Public By Plight Of Sleeping Sisters CLEVELAND (AP) - Touched by the plight of two "sleeping beaUty" slstefj f a sympathetic public has poured g'ifti suggestions and offers of help to Ui6 family of Mr.' and Mrs. Vincent N. Frahlantonlo. The two girls--Bernadette, 3, and Venila, 5--are captives of a mysterious malady of slumber. A diagnosis of C|3 illness that sent Venita into a coma Sunday is expected from doclors at Mount Sinai Hospital by the end of the week. ''I'm so afraid time may run out be'ore they find out what the trouble is and what to do about it," said Mrs. Krantantonio.' "They tell me that (he tests take lime. But time means so much U us now." Bcrnadelle has been under the strange spell since last fall, with only occasional momenls of wak'e- fulness. She is believed victim of some unknown progressive brain atrophy. Physicians are unable (o say whether the two ailments are related. They Frantantonlo have assured family lhat "sleeping beauty" sickness is not contagious. Examination of members of the family, including grandparents, discloses no similar ailments in the family history. Catholic holy medals, books, toys, rocking chairs, special healing services, baby-sitting offers, transportation--these are some of Cancer is (he number two killer irl the United Stales he said, ft attacks one out bf four Americans and'kills 26 million Americans annually. 'Tlie.only Way to Improve the situation is through cancer research," said Dr. Montgomery,';( staff member at Southern Research Institute in Birmingham if cancer is diagnosed early enough, 50 per cent of all cancer cases could be cured* Montgomery asserted. But often patients get lo the doctor loo iaie. or fatil ly diagnosis misses' the cancer Diagnosis, surgery and radla tion each are excellent tools in dealing with cancers according to Dr. Montgomery, but drug treatment will eventually be the 'on ly answer to many cancers tha come ib a doctor today." "Our problem is that we don' have any effective, good drugs ogaihst cancer right now," he ad ded. That's where the Soutliern Re search Institute comes in, Dr Montgomery demonstrated. He showed a series of slides on the ca n ce t chemical compounds some of which Dr. Montgomerj said "showed promise". The speaker was introduced his brother, Lion William Mont gomery. Poor, Poor Demos LOS ANGELES (AP) -- One room at the Democratic conven tlon headquarters hotel was taken by the 750 Club, composed ofjjy Democrals who have contributed]^: $1,000 or more to the party. A newsman discovered the club! ordered a direct telephone line to some point downtown. He didn't know where but--suspect there might be political significance--he called the number ing ni^li licv.jr even more hectic, in the darkened tunnel. Thursday. July 14, '60 7 K^CT^ i g g e s t S u m m e r Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and motorsts PROGRESS! jfis^ r (OVER 750 TO CHOOSE FROM) 0 SLEEVELESS o SHORT SLEEVES 9 2 PC. STYLES « SHIRTWAIST 9 EYELETS « EMBROIDERIES Come in early and select an armload io carry you thru the season and on into fall. Wonderful color assortment. MISSES -- JUNIOR -- HALF SIZES FOUR BIG GROUPS - TAKE YOUR PICK ·ats "-·.,...*,; i.~.'x^.,i^..;'','-* ci / FORMERLY $S.95 TO $l».9S VALUES MANY REDUCED TO ONE-HALF ORIGINAL PRICE -SECOND FLOOR t |[ ·Kjtss;· £tf£^K#e^W^ JnTJL;*i^s^^sw^rfrM^'^a \, CHILDREN'S SUMMER Women's Dacron and rayon blends, madras plaids, blue denims, rayon linens, plaid and solid cottons, rayon gabardine, woven stripes, colorful and subdued shades .. . mostly seat lined . . . perfect for wear now and later. Values $2.99 to $10.95 IN THREE PRICE GROUPS - MANY OF THESE AT LESS THAN HALF PRICE --SECOND FLOOR ORES VALUES $ TO $4.99 NOW SIZES J TO 6X ihd 7 TO H · BROADCLOTHS · SHEER COTTONS · GINGHAM CHECKS · PLAIDS EXTRAORDINARY VALUES -SECOND FLOOR $1.00 Boys P L A Y *r,-, 4 All Washable Sizes 1 to 8 Ideal For These Hot Days :~i {i$.?Ht'Z~',¥SKlS?ff- Boys' | Short Sleeve 1 SPORT | SHIRTS |; Sizes 3 to 16 SI Ideal For Now And * Back To School F MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Now Is The Time To Stock Up. While and Colors. Sizes S-M-L. FORMERLY SOLD TO $1.49 YARD NOW ONLY 'Names? Because you trust them, consistently good, that they always uality you've set for yourself find Brand Name products wher- shopping. Like good friends, · -. ^V » ./ |Rie Brand Name manufacturer has built a reputation. · Hg^muat" maintain it r so he keeps his standards high, and Strfv*econstantly"to make his product better. He's always ^ products and ideas. He employs lots of ce the economy. You depend on s on you. , andbuy the brands you know. You'll on the pages of this newspaper. Here's Your Big Chance To Buy Fashion Fabrics At This Lrnv Price. 6 Petit Point Pique · Arncl ami Cotton · Rayon and Cotton fi Silk and Cotton C Voiles O Sailcloth · Cotton Satin O G i n g h a m LOOK FOR C O N F I D E N C E M I M f c E f l O F BRAND® NAMES F O U N D A T I O N . I N C . .SATISFACTION, A Name is a maker's reputation l *UNj»mM Foundation, Inc., 437 Filth Ave,, New York 16, N. Y. Oh lucky you . . . to f i n d t h i s superb selection of much higher priced summer cottons . . . high fashion prints with a no-iron d r i p dry finish. Combed cottons at their finest. Shop early . .. this big special will not last long at these super special prices. 49z TO 79s COTTONS Yards · DENIM a COTTON PLAINS » DIMITIES O POLISHED COTTON 6 PRINTED SAILCLOTH --FIRST FLOOR -FIRST FLOOR - ..tViK'v.trti-ry?» ti- 400 Pairs Men's Haggar WASH AND e» Af"'l/ r C WEAR L.ALrl\.d "alucs To $9.05 AH To Go At-- Sizes 28 to 42 Men! This is what you have been waiting for. Take advance of this wonderful buy. --FIRST FLOOR 100 MEN'S ENRO WHITE DRESS Odd And Ends Of Our $4 and S5 Shirls. To Go For Not ail sizes but a wonderful value---FIRST FLOOR ALL SALES CASH 95 Pairs Men's Enro -FIRST FLOOR Sell For $4 and $3 -While They Last -- SHORT SLEEVE - SHORT LEG ALL FIRST QUALITY SIZES A - B - C - D --FIRST FLOOR BOYS' SUMMER Values To $2.99 Sizes 2 io 16 Many Tom Sawyeri Included In This Group Pr. Swrt sleevas and long legs. Short sleeves and '} short legs. y -FIRST FLOOR fj I I ALL SALES FINAL I ^s-fc3^^v«iaaOTS«B^^

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