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TUiSDAY. AUCUST K. 1966 THE ANDERSON HIRALD Gavin Named Co-Chairman Of CC Drive ELWOOD - Anlhony Giv manager of the Indiana B Telephone Company in Elwoo and Alexandria, has bee named as co-chairman of t Elwood Chamber of Commer membership campaign by cha man Arthur Miner. The cam paign launched its $15,000 ..... berstap campaign at a breakfa at 8 o'clock at the Mangas Cat tena Monday morning at whic time workers were given the supplies and final instruction Mr. Gavin came to Elwoc from Evansville where he h also been associated with t Indiana Bell Telephone Com pany. He is active in Kiwan. club, and is chairman of th finance committee of the Cham Elwood Soda Activities ELWOOD _ Mr. and Mr Rube Hartman, Mr. and Mr Warren Zerbe, Mr. and Mr Scott Campbell, all of Elwoot representing the Kiwanis Clu of Elwood will attend the 196f convention of the Indiana Di trict of Kiwanis International a Lafayette, Aug. 21-23. Conven tion sessions Will be held at th Campus Inn. The Kiwanis di trict governor, Herbert G. Lahr a member of the Kiwanis Club of East Chicago, will presidi Lahr is a retired educator. Club To Meet The RCC Club will hold an a day meeting Thursday in th home of Mrs. Elsie Daugherty A picnic was featured b members of the Curtisvill Ladies Aid Society in the Calla way Park Friday evening. Seventeen members and th following guests were presen ; Jeannine Walker, Cindy Hollo way, Ervina Tyner, Edna Kane and Ola Dean. Hostesses wer Mrs. Mary Carpenter. After the picnic supper th members went to the home o Mrs. McGuire for a busines meeting. Mrs. Richard True acting president, was in chargi of the business. She read the devotional thoughts, on "Holy Ground." Plans were made for a rum mage sale to be held in Septem her. Also a. discussion was held on visiting the children's home near Crawfordsville Following the business, contests and games were played am prizes won by Mrs. Ruth Heflin Mrs. Shirley Trimble, Mrs. Elsie Parr. The next meeting will be announced. Funeral Mass Set This Morning For A. C. Girting ALEXANDRIA — Final rites for Alexander C. ffirting Jr., 71, of 718 W. Jefferson St., will be conducted this morning at 9 o'clock at the St. Mary's Catholic Church. Burial will take place in the IOOF Cemetery. The Karl M. Kyle Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Lindley Rites Services for Mrs. Ruby K. Lindley, 68, of 217 E. Church St.. have been arranged for 2 p.m.. today at the Dav*s-Stric- ler-Noffze Funeral Home. The Rpv. Dale Schmidt will be the minister in charge. Interment her. He is a member of St Joseph's Catholic Church He and his wife Linda reside in the Lexington here. Arms apartments Enrollments Urged Offices of the Edgewood, Oak land and Washington elementary schools opened their offices a 8 o'clock Monday morning. The daily hours will be from 8 a.m until 4 p.m. Reason 0. Reed, III Three Years, Dies Monday ELWOOD - Reason 0. Reed 63, of 2005 S. Sheridan St., died at Monday morning 'following an illness of the past three years The son of George and bora leed, he was born April 20 1903, in Eaton, he was a re- ired employee of the Johns- Manyille Corporation at Alexandria, and a member of the Salvation Army. He served in he United States Army from 924 to 1925. Survivors are Mabel, to whom the he widow; married Sept. 26, 1931; and the following hildren: Mrs. Lula McCord and Irs. Mary Leavell of Elwood; ilrs. Vera Ruth Trammel, 'ort Wayne, Terry R. Reed f Middletown, Ronald L. Reed with the Salvation Army at New Oastle; one brother, Marion ;eed of Elwood; two sisters, Mrs. MvrBe Street of Anderson Fallcreek, 2 cents'; nd Mrs. Elinor Riser of Alexandria. The body was removed to the r ork and Dunnichay Funeral lorne where friends will be re- eived this afternoon after 2 'clock. Funeral rites are being ar- anged at the funeral home fo 1:30 Thursday morning, wit apt. Hickey of the Huntington alvation Army to officiate. In erment will be in the Nees emetery near Perkinsville. Iwood's Mercy lospital Report ELWOOD-Admitted to Merc;, ospital was Charles Parsons Lima, Ohio. Dismissed Parents who have moved in to the city during the summer months are urged to enroll their children during the next two weeks prior to the opening date of school. Fee payments are t payments all parents < also uiged for all parents during this two week period. Tuesday, Aug. 30, will be the first day of school. This will be a full day of school and not just part-time as in previous years. Campmeetiig Opens The annual Separate Baptist Camp meeting which started Monday evening will continue through the 27th at the camp grounds at Phlox on Ind. 26 with services each evening at 7:30. The evangelist will be the Rev. Lanzo Wigington of Indian- apolis - Detroit, ning, Aug. 20 at 7:30 and also on Sunday, Aug. 21, at 2:30. Poor Relief Proposals Given Proposed levies for poor re- ief in townships of Madison County are embodied in budget estimates prepared by Auditor Joe Armington. The measure ncludes a 66-cent levy for coun- y revenue, 19 cents for county welfare, 15 cents for the cum- .larion W. and Billy J. Reed of ulative bridge fund and 25 cents or county-wide school tax. The township poor levies, as WASHINGTON (AP) - Be cause President Charles Saulle has ordered U.S. armed forces out of France, some 10,- - came public when the Senate mined that the U.S. forces were 500 Frenchmen employed by committee approved a $58-bil- needed in Europe and shouM be hem stand to collect $2.7 mil- ion in American severance pay. ThU estimate was disclosed Saturday in previously secret *. R ^ proposed, follow: Adams Twp., 5 cents; Anderson Twp., 6 cents; Boone, 2 cents; Duckcreek, were: James ewellen of 2336 S. D. St., Peggy "xton of 2008 N. D St., Bernan :avers of 225 Main St., Mrs arry Knotts Sr., of 415 Main , Mrs. Ralph Hartsock of 1621 Sheridan St., Mrs. Jackie amison and baby of Fairmount rs. Russell Vandevender ant aby of Goldsmith, Mrs. John and baby of Alexan- Born at Mercy Hospital! to r. and Mrs. William Nickles 407 N. 10th St, a daughter. To Hospital Joe Scott was taken from the Tcy Hospital to Ball Me- orial Hospital in the Copher d Fesler ambulance. Ernest Alexander of 1409 S. ueston ia. th St., is a patient in St. argaret's Hospital, Hammond. ass Reunion Held y 1922 Graduates F Elwood School 13 cents; .., « wu M , Green, 5 :ents; Jackson, none; Lafa- 'ette, 9 cents; Monroe, 7 cents; 'ipecreek, 15 cents; Richland cent; Stony Creek, 3 cents, Union, none; Van Buren, 1 cent 1 Church of God Service To Feature Dondeena Caldwell Mrs. Maurics Caldwell will be guest speaker in a missionary service to be held at North Anderson Church of God at 7 j'clock on Wednesday evening. She will speak on the top 1 Severance Pay Will Total $2.7 Million de months of this year." McNamara's testimony :estimony by Secretary of De- Ga., asked: ense Robert S. McNamara as he resisted suggestions of several senators that many thousands of U.S. military personnel and dependents — now in France and elsewhere in Europe — be increase it in the succeeding Put of McNuum's reply was deleted, but he said th* the be- Joint Chiefs of Staff had deter- lion money bill to finance de- tense spending for the fiscal year which began July 1. Sen. Richard B. Russell, D- PLAN ANNUAL NAACP FETE — Shown pfaove ore some of the committee members of the Madison County Branch of (he National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in o planning session for their annual banquet here Saturday, Aug. 20, at Linders-on-the- Point. The mayor of Springfield, Ohio, Robert C. Henry, will be the guest speaker. Jim Edwards, a former resident here, who starred in the movie, "Home of the Brave," is also expected to attend. The dinner meeting i'j to open at 6 p. m. Committee members shown above are, I. to r., Frank Cutfi's, publicity chairman; Willie Willis, a member of the ticket committee; Mrs. Ruth Woughfie/d, standing, ticket committee chairman; Mrs. Hazel Minnifield, general chairman of the banquet arrangements. Mrs. Minnifield also servts as the secretary for the local branch. Members not shown include George Satterwhite, president of the local branch; Mrs. Pearl Jackson, and John Mills. returned to this country. Instead of reducing U.S. — brces who are part of the NATO defenses for Western Europe, McNamara told senators they now are being expanded after a slight reduction to meet Viet Nam war requirements. McNamara said that 225,000 J.S. Army personnel in Europe lad been reduced by 15,006 ear- ier this year but all would be replaced by the end of this year. ; As of the moment, the Army's strength in Europe is ;about 211,000," McNamara tes-i ; titled at a secret session of the i Senate Approprisiions Commit- itee Aug. 1. "We have, therefore, actually increased the strength of the Army in Western Europe in July, and we will continue to; SMALLER PLANTS ST. LOUIS—Less than 20 per jcent of American workmen em- I ployed in manufacturing are in plants that have more than 2,- OOP on their payrolls. "Mr. Secretary, while we lave this wonderful opportunity of having Gen. de Gaulle kick us out of France, why can we not at least bring home the American troops who were stationed France? " deployed from France. The secretary said some 70,000 U.S. military personnel, their dependents and civilians were being moved from France to England, West Germany and other European areas. Two of six reconnaissance squadrons are being returned to the United States, but these units have only a few thousand members and dependents. Payment Of School Fees To Begin Wednesday Morning "Hear Fred & Frank for Falls City Beer on WHBU!" 'Poverty in America." The continue until Friday, Aug. 27. lost pastor, Rev. Marvin Baker, announces that the service is their fee at the junior high of- open to the public fi ce which is open Monday Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell have worked among Spanish-speak- ng people in the United States and also with migrant groups. They spent a number of years developing the Church ot God VTissions Training School in ialtiilo, Mexico. Recently they lave been living in Anderson, mt expect to move about the irst of the year to Mexico City, Hexico, where they will pioneer a new church work. ELWOOD — Richard Merritt, principal of the Junior high school, has announced the dates for the collection of fees for the minded they will purchase the of school and will be a full day] approved uniform for physical of school instead of merely an enrollment day as in the past. 1966-67 school year. The first office at the gymnasium. These day of fee collection will be on Wednesday, Aug. 18, and will Parents or students may pay through Friday. The office hours they wish. are from 8 a.m. to 12 noon and from 1 to 4 p.m. education classes from John Ward in the athletic director's may be purchased after August 15.. Eighth grade boys may use their gym clothes from last year, but may buy one of the new uniforms from Ward if All students in the public schools are reminded that Tues- Seventh grade boys are re- day, August 30 is the first day PRESIDENT'S COUSIN INDIANAPOLIS (AP)- Services will be held Monday for Mrs. Margaret Hayes Weisenbach, 93, who was a second cousin of President Rutherford B. Hayes and often visited him in Washington as a young girl. A native of Lawrenceburg, she died Friday in an Indianapolis nursing home. | Increase Your Salary to $400-$600-$800 PER MONTH BY LEARNING IBM AUTOMATION Computer Programming NCR'BURROUGHS Great scarcity of skilled people in this fast-growing field, and they command fabulous salaries. Learn days or evenings at our school or thru home study in a few months. Mast students chosen for well- paying jobs long before they graduate. Ap- roved for Veterans training by the Indiana ualify! For fr pr Approval Agency. You may qu information without obligation, mail coupon , or call collect (area code 317) ,636-1501. INDIANA COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ft TECHNOLOGY Nome_ j Address Shake hands with LSGreen L.S./M.F.T. Lucky Strike Green. The fine tobacco cigarette with menthol. DISCOUNT TIME 1966 IN FULL SWING • ONE STOP SHOPPING • FACTORY DIRECT DEALER OF FABULOUS CLOTH COATS, IMPORTED ITALIAN KNIT SUITS, BELGIAN KNIT SUITS, HONG KONG KNIT SUIT S, RIBBON I KNIT 1 SUITS , E JL CI JH1 GT / A ? H I°^ S IN SUEDES AND OTHERS. WE CARRY AT Til TIMES, THE S5S !!K, C0ATS ' JACKETS » STOLES AND OTHER FURS WITH CASH DISCOUNTS AND OVER TRADES' ndian Game Makes 2 German Boys III BERLIN (AP) - Two Leipzig oys who wanted to play Indian oused themselves with brown loor paint to get a "redskin" ook, the Bast German news gency ADN reported. It said le boys, aged 3 and 4, were rushed to a hospital, where the Mint was removed with ether. •UMMER SCHOOL ENDS CULVER, Ind. (AP) - The . .„ . ELWOOD-The Class of 1922' will be in the Park View Ceme- ! of Elwood High School met Sun- :Cu ' ver Military Academy sum tery. -day at 1:30 p.m. in the Mangas' mer sessi o". which attracted Friends may call at the fu-[Cafeteria in Elwood for its 35th! 1 ' 781 '"I' 5 and 8 irls from 39 ncral home. I annual reunion. The afternoon' stales and ]0 foreign countries, was spent in renewing acquaint-!™ 11 end with a program Wed- ances and talking over oldi nesda y ' nr '™g l1 Friday includ- times. ; m 8 P°' 0 > .theatrical productions, The officers o! the group were a norse snow - a track meet ' a Hundreds of fun, toot, and suits sold weekly - products of the top makers In this country, Europ. ancf A.fa . . . Ev.ryfhtn a from c« coats up to mink coato. W. carry •xcluiive franchises to show these apparel lines in Anderson from over 20 manufacturers. ^ FUR TRIMMED CLOTH COATS INDUSTRrS FIRST CHOICE WHEN YOU'RE REALLY SUNBURNED 1 -.gETTHEFAST.COOUNa *- PAIN RELIEF -1YOUNEEOI retained for another year as follows: Raymond Reed, president; Earl Gray, second vice president; Mildred K. Barrett, secretary-treasurer; Mildred D. M o r r i s-, assistant secretary- treasurer. Attending were Dr. Edward and Sarah Hettmansperger Rogers of Toledo, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Merrill M. Jones, East Lansing, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Earl 0. Gray, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. Felix A. Stech, South Bend; Walter H. Allen, Mildred, K. Barrett, Donald Brown, Lola 1 N. Coxen, Mary C. Cue, J. Cue, Bertha W. Hosier, Alice J. Miller, Lavonne J. Patterson and Raymond Reed. j swimming meet and the commencement ball. Do Your Best to Make Him Happy! He may feel sad about school now ... but later, he'll be glad about educational opportunity. When school time becomes college time, will you be sorry? Make sure now that you'll have no regrets . . . open a special Sav- ingi Account for your youngster, and add to it regularly. Then, you'll be financially ready for his college years. He'll be happyl 1st National Bank Svuthrfale Plain Shopping Center Crusade Speaker [ Evangelist B. M. Page of Indianapolis will be the guest speaker in a 14-day crusade beside the Mounds Mall, on 109 Bypass, beginning Aug. 22. A special counselors' course will open Aug. 14, at 2 p.m. in the First Baptist Church of Daleville. The Rev. Horace Schuman, pastor, is the chairman of the committee in charge of this training. Evangelist Page will preach Sunday Aug. 21 in two local churches. He will appear at the 10:30 a.m. worship service at Grace Baptist Church; and at the 7 p.m. service at the Edgewood Baptist Church. A special Prayer Breakfast will be conducted Saturday morning, Aug. 20, at 8 o'clock by Evangelist Page with the laymen of the church spearheading the Crusade. The event is to be held at the Saddle and Sirloin restaurant. The combined choirs of the cooperating churches will meet Sunday afternoon, Aug. 21, at 2 o'clock at the Edgewood Baptist Church. Sunday evening at 9 p.m. a singspiration will take place at the Grace Bapt ; st auditorium, with Mr. Best, the Crusade song director, to lead the music. BLACK BLIN I BLIN COAT WHIT MINK FRAME COLLAR -Compoi at $250. Our price BLACK COAT-shell worsted ported fabric 2-skin crown ranc mink. Value $250. Our price GREEN BRUSHED TWEED COAT- green beaver collar and cuffs Value $250. Our price „ GREEN CHEVRON COAT - 3 li< northern blue fox. Compare i $250. Our price ALABASTER RIPPLED OTTOMAN . COAT—huge roncK mink collor. Volue $275 .; BLUE IMPORTED-check itone mo ten shawl collar and $lOfl cuffs 107 TOPAZ IMPORTED COAT-scallop bolster collar. Value <| PQ $225. Our price I 37 WINTER WHITE-jacquard worsted huge ranch mink cellar. Our price . CAMEL COAT-matching beavei collar and cuffs. Compare at $200. Our price. BLACK RIPPLE OTTOMAN.— with black becver panel. $lj|Q Our Price 117 NATURAL TAUPE COAT-opossum shawl collar and cuffs. Our low price PURE WHITE COAT-palomino collar and cuff set. Value $200. Our price ALABASTER RIPPLE-otloman ranch $180. Our price < | M r I *t»» BUY DIRECT FROM OUR FACTORY SHOW ROOMS MARK PERLMAN'S FRENCH ROOM ClOTH COATS - SUITS - SUEDES - RIBBON KNITS - DESIGNER FURS-FUR HATS 1547 Ohio Ave. (St. Rd. 32E) OVER ONE ACRE OF FREE PARKING. OPEN DAIIY 10-6 P.M. PRIVATE SALE NOW GOING ON! MORE THAN 500 COATS, SUITS, FURS ON DISPLAY AT ALL TIMES ... WE EMPLOY THE FINEST FUR PERSONNEL IN OUR SERVICE DEPT. REMODELING, RELINING, CLEANING . . OUR SPECIALTY! LAYAWAYS INVITED! _^SAVE $ 30, $ 40, $ 50 and MORE^ LAYAWAYS ON NATIONALLY ADVERTISED CLOTH COATS and SUITS INVITED! Purchase a garment that carries the Anderson Fur "Prestige label" | DIAL 642-1184 —^HUNDREDS OF FURS TRADED YEARLY**— DIAL 642'! 184 ;;Wt Need Good Used Furs In Our Factory. Highest Trade-In Allowances Given. Save Money On A New Fur. J |Anderson's Largest Selection Of Fur Coats, Jackets, Stoles, Scarfs. Drive A little . . . Save A loil FOX TRIMMED CLOTH COATS GREEN STROOCK- diagonal Norwegian fox collar made to sell or $225. $1 CO !ur price • <* * WINTER WHITE COAT-huge Norwegian fox collar. Jflf | PQ Our price ' 37 REEN CHEVRON COAT — W/3 er Norw. fox trim; made to for $240. Our price BLUE MIXED TWEED COAT-fcbu- ous fox collar. 3ur price $149 lAT-fabu- '149 VISIT THE GREATEST 1966 FASHION SHOWINGS! OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK 10 A.M. til 6 P.M. Closed Wed. Afternoon During August Conveniently Located Only 3 Minutes From Downtown or the Mall COSTUMES, COATS and WALKING SUITS SLACK RIPPLE OTTOMAN - with ranch mink. Site 12. $100 Our price 1*7 ranch mink trim. Value $100 5180. Our price .. . .. ' *7 ALABASTER RIPPLE OTTOMAN- matching beaver trim. $100 Our low price 1*7 BEIGE COAT— bisque persian collar and cuffs. $100 Save plenty 1*7 BROWN CURLINDA COAT-Huge mink collar; site 16. Com- $| 1 C pare at $150; our price _ 113 BLACK CURLINDA COAT - Gor. geoul white mink collar; size 14. Mfg. sug. price $150, $1 1 C CAMEL COAT-Trimmed with golden glory oppossum collar t| 1 P and cuffs. Vol. $150, ouri 1 13 CAMEL CANDLEWICK COAT-lge. mink collor. Sugg, retail $QQ 1140. Our price ,. ... 77 CUSTOM FRIEZE TAN COAT-Huge mink trim. Size IS. $OO Anderson Fur price *7 IVORY BRUSHED WOOL— Beautiful mink collar; size 16 $OC Compare at $130. Ouri- »3 BilUE PETTI-POINT WOOL COAT- Lg. mink collor. Sugg. $QO retail $150. Our price 0* COGNAC FRIEZE COAT-Beoutiful ligt mink trim. Sizt 16. Compare elsewhere at $130. $00 Our price 07 TAUPE CANDLIWICK COAT-lg.. rnneh mink collar. Adv. at $OA 1130. Our prici only 07 BLACK BORELLA COAT-with gor- geoui fox collar and J| PA uffs. Our price • 37 POWDER BLUE brushed wool coot luge fox collar. <| AQ Our price T 1 O7 GREY AND WHITE-mixed tweed coat, 2-tier fox trim. <| AQ Our price ' 0 ' BROWN FRENCH IMPORTED COAT —large fox collar. t| Aft Our low price '07 GRAPE CHEVRON CHENILLE COAT Our low price ', •* MIDNIGHT BLUE-brushed tweed oat, huge fox collar. Compare ot (200. $110 3ur price only 117 WINTER WHITE COAT-fox collar and cuffs. $110 A wonderful buyl 117 OATMEAL ROPE TWEED COAT- with huge Norwegian fox $1 1 C ollar. Our low price.. '13 CELERY GREEN COAT-north. fox rim. Compare at $160. $1 1 C WHITE COAT-iije 10. Norwegian ox trim. $1 10 )ur low price only B B V COGNAC COAT - with northern OK trim. $]1Q 3ur low pnc« • • * ORAPI TWEED COAT-with north, rr. fox trim. Value $160. $QO AVOCADO OUELIND/L. COAT-big 0, trim. $ Q 9 ompare our price * * GREEN TWEED — and knit dreis combination. Save at $100 Anderion Furl ' **T GREY WALKING SUIT-chmcnellette rollar ond border. $1 OA Our low price 1 0 / 3LACK CRESCENT SU!T-b!ack bfc- *er panel cufft, Ouri <| QQ alone at only 1 0 7 BLACK JACOUARD-toviihed with chinchellette collar and full border. Size 12. $100 Only 1 07 COGNAC JACOUASO - walking suit, itone marten collar and cuffs. $|AQ Our low price Iw» BLUE t TAUPE-3 piece costume, fox trim. $1«Q Our low price IwT GRAPE CHEVRON WALKING SUIT —fox trim, made to sell $ 1 00 for $180. Our price . 1 Z7 WINTER WHITE WALKING SUIT- black {ox collar and $100 cuffs. Our low price ._ • • * BROWN CHEVRON BELTED COAV— Dresi outfit, leather lapel. Jl | C Size |1. Our price ' '3 GREEN LEATHER % COAT -Over green knit dress. Compare $AA at $140. Our price » * GREEN i.pc. WALKING SUIT OUTFIT— Jaguar collar. Size 8. $QQ Compare at $135. Ours . 77 ULTRA EXQUISITE CAMEL WALKING SUIT-Lavished with »P oposium. Sugg, price $130 *3 UNTRIMMED CLOTH COATS-All WEATHER COATS -- VINYL COATS COSTUMES CAMEL TATTERSAll-costume. Size 12 $AO Our low price VI PAPRIKA I GREEN-3 piece costume suit. Size II. Our low price TANGERINE t BLACK-3 piece costume suit. Our low price SUITS - SUITS $ 65 100 To Select From ITALIAN KNIT 2 and 3 PC. Suit! From $ 39 „ *89 Compare from $59 to $150 JUNIOR MISS Suif, coaf/dren Bock to Collcgt Fashioni, Moit unusual itylej. Save 25% Now GREEN & BLACK-3 piec« coitumt suit. Site 7. $AC Our low pric« only OD EXQUISITE - unlrirnmed s u B d * coati. Priced from ORANGE TWEED-full coot. Siw At Anderion Fur— Only Hurry On These! Full length BLACK SUEDE COATS Lavished with black fox . . . Sizes 6-18. Value $119 ._ COAT$59 NAVY SPICE COSTUME Size 9. Save at our low price LODEN SHETLAND 'COAT-rabbil, z : p out liner. $C7 Our price it only J* BROWN BOUCLE COAT-rabbil zip. out liner. Our price it only . RED TATTfRSAll COSTUME Size 14. Save at $CC Anderson Furl „ 30 COGNAC ICARF COAT-Size Buy i: for only 10. *57 $129 $ 119 -knit $99 BLACK 3-PIECE WALKING SUIT- white mink collar. $1CQ exclusive with us! I J7 PALE PINK DRESS/JACKET-ribbon knit. Size M. $|«Q Our price I mt AFTER FIVE RIBBON KNIT - 3. piece suit. Size 12. Our price BEIGE RIBBON KNIT- 3- p iec« cocktail suit. Size 10. Ou, price SLATE BLUE PLAID COAT - and dress, knit. Size 12. Our price - .. BRANDY / BLACK ITALIAN - k walking suit. Retails for $140. Our low price BLACK TUllP-silk worsted Size 18. Our low price only SAPPHIRE SILK WORSTED - cocktail suit. Size 12. Our low price only EMERALD SILK SUIT fabric. Sizes 1206. Our low price MOSS GREEN/PINK-ltalian walking suit. Retails for $100. Our low price -t ALMOND GREEN/YELLOW - aiece Italian knit suit. Size 15. Our low price .. GREY D.B. KNIT-3 pc. luit. Size 12. At Anderson $7C Fur only /J MOCHA/POWDER ITALIAN KNIT -3 piece suit. $7C Compare our price * J CAMEl/BLUE-3 piece Italian knit suit. Size 10, $7C Our price only *J $89 wonted *85 *75 3. FURS -FURS *1,095 *995 MINK COATS-naturol ikini, autumn haze, ranch, tourmaline; custom mad*. From _ ____ MINK STROLLER COATS - notch collar ifylet; doubl* breasted coat!; border coatt. From _____________ MINK JACKETS - Select from our custom designed collec- $ CO C tion. Priced from only . J*J ONE ONLY - black mink jacket, notch collar, antique buttons. Priced at only ____ ONE ONLY-bmafh of spring AZURENE mink jacket, crost cut skim MINK-jaclttli, $OOC . O7j BORDER BOTTOM our own •xcluiiv* ilxlin B . Priced at only .. PASTEL MINK JACKETS - royal quality. Sizei 10-16. S7CA Priced from ..... ______ VSl! PERSIAN LAMB COATS-.xdfmg new itylei. Sav« hertl $CCA Pricsd from ___________ 33U BUFF MINK-double collar itole. Very fine quality. $>17C Our low price ........ **/ J EMBA PEARl COWl STOLE-rare quality. Andenon Fur EMBA TOURMAllNE-rore quality ink stole. Beautifully styled. Our low price _ EMBA DESERT GOLD MINK CAPE- Fineit workmanship. Our low price only .... EMBA PASTEL -Iar 9 e cowl mink tole. An excellent value. $^<)C 3ur low price ________ "XJ AUTUMN HAZE - royal quality mink stele. Fine selected 407 C ur. Our low price on.ly__ W/ J AUTUMN HAZE MINK - bubble ape. We invite Campari- $O7C on. Our low price ____ W/J IMBA DIADEM MINK-D.C. Cape. ixceplicnclly hgih styled. $ X 1 Q Our low price only .... 117 IMBA TOURMALINE MINK - silk ined stole. It's simply gorgeous $395 CAPE *395 'ERSIAN LAMB JACKETS-Dauble- ireasted, notched col* ars. Priced from only __ EMBA MINK DOUBLE COLLAR CAPE-Size 12. Anderson : ur's low price EMBA DIADEM BUBBLE CAPE - Customed designed. )ur low price ET-OUT MINK STOLES-AII colors, iizes 8 to 14. 3>OQC 'riced from 073 ET.OUT MINK STOLES- 'etile sizes. 'riced from UNUSUAL CASHMERE SWEATERS- "abuloui mink trimi. Priced from BEAUTIFUL 3.SKIN MINK ICAS- Made to erdtr. 'fiend from preduds ourmy .f , lobtterf ,hew

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