The Dayton Herald from Dayton, Ohio on August 14, 1942 · 9
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The Dayton Herald from Dayton, Ohio · 9

Dayton, Ohio
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Friday, August 14, 1942
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A-15 THE DAYTON HERALD. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. 1942 Plans Completed For Comedians Show Sunday j ' I w'" if V - If , f trim amr. . . i Xl A & ' V s -ft, ' a v If' MAYOR FRANK KREBS i b-ir v I U JOHN A. MAC M1LLAX LOU COSTIXLO BUI) ABBOTT FILM COMEDIANS Bud Abbott and Lou Costello will appear at the Island park band shell Sunday afternoon in behalf of war bond and stamp sales. Others on Sunday's program are Mayor Frank Krebs; John A. MacMillan, former Chamber of Commerce head; J. Harry Veateh, county bond sales chairman; the Patterson Field Flying band, directed by Sgt. Al Cassidy, and the General Motors "Arms for Victory" chorus, directed by William J. Krebs. (Story on Page 1) Eighth Annual Snapshot Contest Comes To End The eighth annual Journal-Herald Amateur Snapshot contest' ended at noon today. Judging of i entries for the sixth and final: weekly contest and selection of the! grand-prize winners were to have' been held this afternoon. Winners of the fifth weekly con-! test will be published In Sunday's: Journal-Herald, with the sixth week's winners appearing Sunday,! Aug. 23 and grand prize winners! on Aug. 30. Entrants whose pictures have won first or second prizes should have their negatives available, as negatives of all grand-prize winners must be turned in before the $10 grand prizes can be awarded. The five pictures selected from local entrants to represent The Journal-Herald contest in the national awards will be judged along with pictures from throughout the United States and Canada by a corps of five distinguished judges Oct. 19. jj ' l SGT. AL CASSIDY WILLIAM J. KREBS German Chemist Is Held In "Phantom Barber" Case PASCAGOULA, Miss., Aug. 14. (UP) Police Chief A. W. Ezell claimed today that "the phantom barber" who broke into at least 10 homes to cut the hair of the sleeping occupants, is William A. Dolan, 57, a German educated chemist. Dolan, Ezell announced, has been in jail for three weeks and is charged with attempted murder. His motivation, Ezell charged, was to impair the morale of war workers. Dolan was charged in connection with an assault on Terrell Heidelberg and his wife by "the phantom barber" the night of June 13. They were beaten with an iron pipe and were the only victims of the barber who suffered physical harm beyond losing their hair. The activities of "the phantom barber" caused considerable ex- J. HARRY VEATCII citement in this town which now has a population of 11,000, more than three times greater than its population in 1910 before the growth of war industries. Many householders bought arms and the Army even lifted its restriction for a while against house and street lighting along the Gulf coast. The barber, however, didn't confine his attention to the families of war 1 workers; he broke into a convent and sheared the locks of three sleeping girls. Ezell said that Dolan had been arrested some months ago for trespassing and had had difficulty with Heidelberg's father, who is the local magistrate, and was reluctant to reduce his bail from $500 to $100. Later, Ezell said, a quantity of human hair was dis- j covered behind Dolan's house and some of it was identified as be-1 longing to Carol Peattie, one of the barber's victims. Ezell and Morris Talley, a Pink-erton detective who has worked on ; the case for six weeks, said several persons had signed statements that Dolan had expressed sympathy for Germany. Motorist Warned WASHINGTON, Aug. 14. (UP) The Office of Price Administration today warned motorists in the east coast gasoline rationing area that they must display ration stickers on their cars before they! can purchase fuel. Joel Dean. OPA rationing director, said that all ration applications should be acted upon by Aug. 20, and after that date "it can be assumed that all1 cars should display stickers." j i I COOL COMFORTABLE ) " i - VE FLOORS til CONDITIONED fOI YOU! CCIrO-T U jf . T AT RIKE'S Be here EARLY for these! Sorry, Just TWO Pairs to. a Customer. No Exchanges ale! NYLON 2136 pairs of all Nylon Quakers 240 pairs of Quakers with rayon fop and foot 774 pairs assorted styles of Vanity Fair IRREGULARS $ 'i It's "housecleaning time" in the nylon hosiery mills! After they finished shipping all of their first quality nylons, they had some irregulars left. We were able to secure the best of them for this exceptional sale! There are 3150 pairs of nylon irregulars to sell at $1.39. Many are all-nylon, others have rayon or cotton tops and feet ... but in every case the irregularities are minor and in no way affect wear. Vanity Fairs come in three lengths! Irregulars Sheer Quaker All Nylons Just 480 pairs of very expensive and luxurious 20 denier Quaker hose ... all nylon from top to toe! They're the sheer hose you'll wear for very special occasions. Hosiery Hike's Street Floor Irregulars Vanity Fair Knee Last Nylons $75 396 pairs of your favorite Vanity Fair specialized length nylon hose with the famous Knee Last in the welt to absorb garter strain! 270 pairs are regular length, 66 pairs are short length, 60 pairs are longer length. Homcry-Rikc's Street Floor i.50 SORRY, NO MAIL OR PHONE ORDIRS CAN BE TAKEN NO EXCHANGES Sale! Heavy Lucite DRESSER PI IE C IIS Mirrors $2.98 Brushes $2.98 Powder Jar $1.98 Comb 50c Picture Frame . $1.98 Crystal-clear lucite! Wonderful double-faced mirror (some with magnifying mirror!) Fine brush with miracle-wearing nylon bristles. Sturdy comb, even a powder jar. Also picture frames. Shining glories for your dressing table. Toiletries and Main Aisle Rike's Street Floor Zipper RING BINDER .50 A sturdy split cowhide zipper ring binder; 3 rings, 2 pockets with attractive maroon lining. Choice of black or brown. An excellent value. Stationery Rike's Stmt Floor ' FROM RIKE'S NOTIONS WW'? W Chintz Ciarnif-nt Bur. .$1.40 60" Iohk with snap fasteners in assorted colors. As perfect at home as in a college close:. Covered Hangers. . (i for olle Soft velvet . . . make an attractive closet ms well as lining kind to all fabiics. .Metal Hat Stands. S for 35c Assorted metal tops . . . help preserve hat shapes, and makes a neater closet. CliinI, Shoe Bas (i!le Convenient, attractive ba? with 12 deep pockets. In assorted patterns. I'ilofilin (iariuent BaRH UM Single garment bag 60' long with snap fasteners. Another bag, 66" long, priced at $!.?." Manicure Set 13.9-3 In zipper 'with file, orange stick, tweezers and fine manicure scissors. GARMENT BAGS . . . with zipper $2.59 to $3.59 60" long with 36" tipper, assorted colors. MANIQURE SETS ... in zipper case ..$3.95 Includes tweezers, orange stick, file, pedicure and manicure scissors. SEWING SETS ... in zipper case .$1.25 Perfect for the girl going "away" to school . . . contains all necessary equipment. tiolioiiH Kike's Street Floor

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