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Wednesday Evening, July 3, 1957. DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS WMAQ WEDNESDAY EVENING WSAL (1230 6:00 News Bell-alrj «:15 News -Sports News 6:30 News Sports »:4a Man's Family Anderson News-W»atb«r Weath«r News News 7:00 News Anderson 7:15 P«ople. Funny Anderson 7:30 Nlgrhllino Scot Vard 7:4o Nightllne Scol. Tard Sports H«attor . Hennessey News Muslo Late .Vews Ike News 8:00 .News 8:15 NluntJlne 8:30 Nightllne 5:45 Nightline News Serenad* Mystery Mystery News World Sports -N moy n An&y Dance Time Dance Tim* News Mantovanl >:00 News 9:15 Ch3.n >:30 Chan 9:45 Chan Bob Bob Bob Big & Ray & Ray & Ray Bands Newa Anderson Lewis Lewis ' News Fights Fights Fl/shts News Nlghtwatch NlRhtwsuch !-Star Final 10:00 News News • News 30:15 NlKlll Desk Mercler Muslo 10:30 NlBht Desk Town Crier H'Jdy 10:45 Sporta O'ettzel Rudy Night-watch NlBTitwatch Nlsrhtwatch Nlghtwateh THUltSDAV MORNING «:00 News »:15 chl Calling 1:30 Chl Culllnz * 45 N«WB Newa-Harrlnston BrcaKtasi Club Mows Jim Conway • Breakfast Club Rise and Shine Uold Coast. Breakfast Club Ads Br»iiKfa!»l Breakfast Club Rlso and Shine 0:00 News 9:15 Truth-Cons t:30 Bandstand 9:45 BandfMund Arthur Uudtrey Arthur Godfrey Arthur Godfrey Arthui Godfre'- Al.v 'L'rue Storj My True Story News Girl Marries Rlso and SMno Klso anil Rhine News-Molodtei .Mnlniltei TV PROGRAMS WEDNESDAY EVENING 4:00— Channel 4 Rascals Channel 6.- Channel 8 6: 15— Channel 6 Channel 8 6:30— Channel 6 • Channel 8 6:45— Channel 4 Channel 6 7:00— Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 Weather News News News O'Connell Country Show News News Baseball Mask Party Vic Damone 7:30— Channel 6 Dad Knows 3est J0:00 News Ar'hur (Joeltrey Whlsp Sts. Woman's Wor 10:1» BamlMand Arthur Godfrey Tello-Tcst Woman's Wor" 10:30 Bandstand Elolse-JOKh News (Jileeii-Daj IOM» Bandstand [Inward Miller Mortha Crans Queen Day 11:00 News vV«<iuy Warren Newfl tt'nrds 11:1* Record* Backstase ivifo M. Considin* Record Shop 11:I< Records Hrirn Trent Marltets Carroll Co. 11:45 Duchess Gal Sunday Weather Carroll Co. THURSDAY 12:00 Newa Norn Drake t2:Ii Merrytleld Ma Perkins 12:30 McrryfleJd Bontlev NPWB 12-45 Merryfield Road of Lire 1:00 News Happiness 1:15 Confessions Mr.s, LJurlon 1:30 Worn. In H«o Strike-Rich 1M5 Or Oentry Entertainment 2:00 News !luuso farty 2:15 Matinee House Party 2:30 Hill Top Dr Malone 2-45 Pup YOUHR i.uekv l,ud]e» «:00 Nsws Anderson 3:10 Jim Mills Woman Views Z:3'J Jim .Mills iji>:n. i am 3:4", Jim Mlllfl Talte u Brnuk 4:00 N'.ws ruui Ulnaon 4:15 Jim Mills Paul -jlbaon 4:30 .Snoris P^u 1 CMbHon .4:15 Jim Mills Josh Brady AFTERNOON News News Mark ots Co Extension Dinner lie 11 Farm Corner Dinner Bell l'7arm Corner Murkeis flay Hall HnppliHiRS Road Play Bull NCWH Baseball Qut;cn • Day Baseball News- Woacher Baseball Jr.ck Paar BuHCball News RaHCliiill Wayne K.lnff Hn^cball . News Baseball Lnrnlmrdo Baseball MuHic Basebal] Music OfT Rcyord • News OS:' fteoord Polka ' Partv KecordH, Newi News Tec Tune» Polka Pnrty Toen Tuncfl 6:00 Newa News Wclk Tune Time 6:15 Wod Howard (oh . Harrington Welle Wan! Aa» t:SO Wed Howard Sports VVelk School** 5:45 Goo. Stcne Lcv.-«: Thuman News Wonders THUKSUAY EVENING 6:00 Alex Drier "-"--Mrs B.-lo fiu'neaa Netva \e..j 8:30 News Spot's Kcvlew 8:4n l Mdn's Fam Josh Brady 7:00 News Anderson 7:15 Hopf Anderson 7:30 Nlshtllne T-.Men 7:45 N'iKhtllno T-Mnn B:00 News News 8:15 UN World 8:30 Westward Sliorts J.-45 Westward Mu.tlc Hall 9:00 Newa News 9:15 Chan Antlcr.ion »:30 Oh/in n Q. Lewis 9:4u Chan It Q. Lewis 10:00 News Newa 10:1B NlKht nmh Mnrcltr 10:30 Night Desk Town Crier 10:4S Sports Weltze) Mnrjzan New* Weather Hparts Netvs Hnarter N o w s Hennessey *\'UVVH News Varie-iy Mualo Sercnudo Nt'w.^ Myatory Variety Mystery Kun Tlmo Bob & Ray Fun Tlmo Bob & Flay NOVVB Bob Ar llnv M'tntovanJ RJp Bands News Newa Imagination Niffh- watch J/ave/j of Heat NJphtwarch Haven of Rest 3-Stur Plrml Hiiythym Nlprhi watch Jihvtbym Njffhc watch Scotland Yd Nlghtwatch Scotland Vd Nlprht watch FKIDAV MORNING 1:00 Dreler New* Nows-Harrlnston BreaKfani Club News «:lb Chloago Call. Jim Conway Breakfast Club MuMo »:30 ChlcaK' Call Oolrt Coast SreakfaKt Club Ada S;46 Barry. News Brcultfafst Broakfaat Club U1HO & Shine >:00 News Arthur Godfrey My True Story RI»c-Shlno »:15 Truth-Cons. Arthur Oodtrev My True Story jRinc-Shlno 9:30 Bandstand Arthur Godfrey News Nows 9:45 lianilntnnO Arthur Godfrey Girl Marries Molocllci 10:00 Bandstand 4.r:hur Godfrey Whlap. Hts, VVomttn's 10:15 Bandstand Arthur Godfrey Jack Pa.ar Woman's 10:30 Bandstand Blotso & Josh Nows Queen-Day 10:45 Budstand Howard Miller Millie Qunon Day 11:00 News Wendy Warren 11:16 Records BackntaKo W1I 11:30 Records Hulen Trent 11:45 The Duchens Gal Sunday NOWH Words i Martha Cran» Uncord Shop Markets Jarroll Co Weather Carroll Co. FRIDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Ne-wi Nora Drake 12:15 Murryfleld Ma Perkins • 12:30 Merryfleld Julian Bontley 12:45 Morrvfleld Uo.'id of Llfo 1:00 News Now. 1;30 Woman In llo'Strlke-fllch 1:45 Dr Gentry lOntortalnment 2:00 Nows House Tarty 2:15 Matinee House Party 2:30 Hilltop Dr Malono 2:45 Pepper YounirLucky Ladfen 3:00 Nows Woman Vlewn i:!D Jim Mills Maury MaKlll 3:30 Goodwin Gold Coast J:45 Goodwin Take a Break 4:00 News 1/nul Gibson 4:lfj Jim MI1U I'uul Glbnon 4:30 Spurts Paul Gllinon 4:45 Jim Mills HhopplnK Nftwa NOWH Markets Go- Mxunnlon Dlnnorboll Farm Corner Dlnncrbol) Farm Corner MiirUeta . Play Ball QUDon-Day Bnyoball Q'ltion-Day Bnmiball NOWH BaHoball JncK Puar IlnHoblill N(IWM TiaHelmll \Vayno Klnpr linHnhall OroHn C<inntry liu.Hfiliall Lomliitrrto Uaaoball Viirlnly Mimlo Ilasrjball Variety Mimic Scorohoard New» Oft HocnrU P'llkii Party ' Off Record Ntjwa Toon Tunen Polka 1'a.rty Tonn 'I'nnod 1:00 News Nown Wcllc Tune Time B:16 Wed Howard John Harrington Welk Want Ads 5:30 Wed Howard Sports Welk Bunker Hill 6:4G Stone, News t.owell Thomas NIIWH Wonders Fatal Crash Charge Filed PERU, Ind. — Reckless homicide charges were filed Tuesday by Deputy Pro.sccutor Oration Wickerham aginst Mrs. Mai-y Hartshorn, 50, of 658 Van Buren, as a result of a three-vehicle crash last Friday night which took two lives. P,olicc charge Mrs. Hartshorn dro've onto U. S. 31 from the Deedsvillo road, colliding with another vehicle which had the right Former Bunker Hill Man Dies At Kokomo PERU, Ind.— Clark H. McConnell, 79, Koltnmo, a Bunker Hill resident for 31 years, died Tuesday morning. He moved to Kokomo in March. . Born March 5, 187H, near Bennetts Switch, to James H. and Lyclia (Bilhimer) McConwIt, lie was married Nov. 12, ll!9!i. to Dos- kcy Chiclster, who survives. He also leaves two sons, Ivan of Bunker. Hill and James of Portland; and a daughter, Lela Phelps, Bunker Hill. Two brothers and a sister are deceased. 8:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel S 8:30—Channel-4 Channel 8 9:00—Channel 4 Channel G Channel 8 9:30—Channel 6 10:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 10:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 10:45—Channel 4 Channel 8 11:00—Channel 6 tl:30r-Channel 6 THURSDAY 12:00—Channel 6 Channel a 12:15—Channel 6 Channel 8 12:30—Channel 6 Channel 8 1:00—Channel 8 1:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 2:00—Channel 4 •Channel 6 Channel R 2:30—Channel 8 3:00—Channel 6 Channel °8 3:15—Channel 8 3:30—Channel 4 Channel 8 3:45—Channel 6 4:00—Channel 6 Channel 8 4:15— Channel 8 4:30—Channel 8 Channel 4 4:45—Channel 4 5:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 5:15—Channel 6 5:30—Channel 6 Baseball TV Theater Millionaire Basebalyl I Have Secret Baseball Your Steel Hour . Hawkeye Federal Men TEA Hiway Patrol News Theater News Movies Late Show Weather Tonight AFTERNOON Markets News-Weather Farm News Farm-Home Club 60 World Turns Miss Brooks 4 Sight Bride-Groom House Party Film Matinee Payoff Crosby Queen Brighter Day Secret Storm Movietimc Edge of Night Romances Movie Time Chapel Door Cartoons Stu Erwin Cartoons Churchman Mickey Mouse Early Show. Cartoon Time! Rin Tin Tin THURSDAY 6:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Charinel 8 6:15—Channel 6 Channel 8 6:30—Channel 6 Channel 8 6:45—Channel 4 Channel 6 7:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 7:30—Channel 6 Channel 8 8:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 '8:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 9:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 9:30—Channel 4 10:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 10:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 10:45—Channel 4 Channel 8 11:00—Channel 6 11:30—Channel 6 EVENING . Rascals Weather News News News Dinah Shore Sgt. Preston News News Circus Time Wash. Eq, Bob Cummings Wash. Sq. Climax Dan Thomas People's Choice Sola-Journey Tenn. Ernie Playhouse 90 Playhouse Lux Video Annapolis Town Mayor State Trooper County Show News Playhouse .News Movies Late Show • Weather Tonight FRIDAY AFTERNOON 12:00—Channel 6 Channel 8 12:15—Channel 6 Channel 8 12:30—Channel 6 Channel 8 1:00—Channel 8 1:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 2:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 2:30—Channel 8 3:00—Channel B Channel 8 3:15—Channel 8 3:30—Channel 4 Channel 8 3:45—Channel 6 4:00—Channel 6 3:45—Channel 6 Channel 8 4:15—Channel !l 4:30—Channel B Channel 4 4:45—Channel 4 5:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 5:15—Channel 6 Markets News-Weather . Farm News Farm-Home Club 60 World Turns Miss Brooks . 1U Tenn. Ernie House Party Festival Theater Payoff Crosby CROSSWORD PUZZLE *"•«"• t» v..t.r«,v-i ACROSS 1—7oung bear 4—Vapid . . •—Sodium chloride 12—Devoured . 13—European's 14—Prefix: befor*. 15—RlBllt-hand page 17— Vegetable 19— Ventllate« 21—Raise 22—Dwarfed 25—Bo in 28—Liirh't rain 29—School dancei (colloq.) 33— Proceed 32—Suffix: Ilk* 33—Cripples S4—3n favor of 3fi—Symbol for tellurium IS— Palliate :17—Weeded 38—Mistake 40—Self-centered persons 42—Silkworm 44—Wooden 'shlpi 45—Quiet 48—Acts . El—Girl's nam» 62—Wipe out 64— Place 5n—A munth 5G—Cape Verdt Negro 47—Ocean DOWN 1—Vehicle 2—Southwestern Indian 3—Inasmuch as 4 —Amusement S—Preposition .6—.Everyone 7—Condescending loolc 8—Holds In high regard 3—Squirt 10—Furl of clrcl* 11—Confederate general ' 1C—Shade* ' IS—Makes into leather 20—Fan of flower 22—Strike 23—Doorkeeper nt Masonic lodge 24—impel 26—Long-1 egged Mrd 27—Cruel fixes !U1—(.reek letter .'lit—Sea Boldierw :M—Own ;;i}—Pain/u) 37—Lontr walk (Rolioq.) 3D—Kind of foot nice 41—Command lit—Land meapur* 45—l-Ivcryone's undo •Ifl—Ciirl's nnm» 47—Orp.in of . h Hurt tij? 49—J.lfver in Wale* 50—Music: as written 63—CompaHB point Brighter Day Secret Storm Movie Edge Of Night Romances Movie Romances Chapel Door Life of Christ Stu Crwin Cartoons Churchman Auto Coasts Into Another Two auto collisions .were reported .0 city police early Tuesday evening, but no drivers were involved in one of the mishaps. A car owned by Donald Alex- lander, 2700 Stadium Drive, parked just west of Sixth street on East Broadway, coasted west and .struck a car parked a short distance further west, also on the north side, at 5:10 p.m. The second car was owned by Cecil Jamison, route 1, city. Cars driven by William' Smallwood, 60, route 1, Hamlet, and Mrs. Enola June Campbell, 455, Brookville, were damaged in col- Mrs. Celia Mines, 67, Formerly Of Brookston, Succumbs At Lafayette MONTICELLO, Jnd. —Rites lor Mrs. Celia Mae Hines, 67, Lafayette, former Brookston resident and mother of Mrs. Maxine Swartz of Wolcott and James Hines, route 2, Brookston, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Thomspon mortuary, Brookslon. She died Monday evening al the home hospital, Lafayette. A Brookston resident most of her life, she moved to Lafayette seven years ago. Born April 1C, 1890, to Arthur and Margaret (Blue) Clarit. she was married Feb. 23, 1900, to Robert Lowell Hines. He died in ]943. Surviving with Jamos and Mrs. Swartz are two other sons. Lowell. Mickey Mous-ejlision at Clcott and West Market'" n d Alva of Lafayette, rural route; Southern Bloc Leader Attacks Ike's Measure Sen. Russell Of Georgia Calls For National Referendum On Bill, Foreshadowing Strategy Early Show;streets at 5:45 p.m., police report- Chuckwagonled. "| A mishap which occurred at 3:05 |p.m. Saturday was also reported llo police late Tuesday. Clifford | Miller, 35, route 2, Royal Center, (pulled from a parking space on East Market, near Fifth, as William Rex Hunter, 35, 2804 Stadium Drirve, was passing and the two collided, according to the police report. Of Dixie Senators WASHINGTON (UP) — Sen. Richard B. Russell (D-Ga.) proposed Tuesday that President Eisenhower's civil rights bill be submitted to tlie people in a na- ional referendum. He said the bill would destroy constitutional guar- intees ' Caen. Cruenther Lands Safely RICHMOND, Va. (UP) — A National Guard plane carrying Gen. Alfred M. Grueirther landed safely here Tuesday after circling The 'Southern bloc leader made th ? ° anvll !f.- Va " clrport for 4S minutes with an apparently dis- ,he proposal in a Senate speech which clearly foreshadowed the strategy of Dixie senators when he House-passed measure is called up for action, probably next week. Russell was drafting Ms proposal to provide that the civil rights bill would become effective only f approved by majority vote held n connection with the 1!)5I! National Congressional election.?. He said the courts had upheld he validity of similar provisions n farm programs which could be aunched only if approved by the 14, Kalamazoo, Mich., and her 10- month-old daughter were killed in the wreck. Five others, IlarLs-horn, were wreck. including injured in Mrs, the Her bond has been set at $1,001) and the warrant will probably be served before Mrs. Hartshorn leaves Dukes hospital, where she is recovering. Death Claims Monon Woman MONTICELLO, Ind. — Mrs. Hope Thicker, 71, native and lifetime resident of Monon, died al her home there at 2:10 a.m. Tuesday after an illness of seven months. Born Sept. 27, 1885, to Wright J. and Emma (Homer) Hinkle, .she was married June 1, 1909, to Clude A. Thacker, who survives. She also leaves a son, Don, of Monon; four grandchildren: and two sisters, Mrs. Emma Dye of Jlonon and Mrs. Wrighta Williams, who is post-mistress there. She was a member of the Monon First Baptist church and the Eastern Star there. Friends may call after 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Stewart mortuary, M&.ion, where final rites will be held at 2 p.m. Friday. The Hev. Robert Vaughan will officiate and burial will be in the Mon«n cemetery. wheat and tobacco outlined Southern vote of corn, 'armers. As Russell arguments against the bill, Repub- ican supporters of the measure discussed- their strategy with Eisenhower at the weekly White House legislative conference. , Senate GOP Leader William F. (nowland (Calif.) told reporters afterward that Republicans would not aim for a specific adjournment date for Congress this year be- bled landing gear. Crash trucks and ambulances stood by as the twin-eijjjine C47 came in for a "perfect landing." Officials in another plane from the field here had inspected the landing gear and pronounced it in good condition. Also a passenger on the plane, which had been taking GruenWicr Earthquake in Iran Kills Fifty Persons TEHRAN, Iran UP—At least 52 persons were killed and more than 500 were injured in an earthquake '.that rockt-d the Caspian Sea province of Babul Lorijan TucKi.ay. Police recovered 14 bodies from the wreckage of scores of farms, homos and shops levelled by the I tremor. Many others still were! buried in the debris. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Tbr*« four other daughters, Miss Dorothy Hines at home, Mrs. Agnes Holmes of Wingate, and Mrs. Gladys Tyrie, and Mrs. Eileen Oliver ol Lal'ay-i elte; H grandchildren; two great- grandchildren; a brother Floyd Clark, route 2, Lafayette; anc two sisters, Mrs. Merle Watkins and Mrs. Gail Ukerwitz of Lafay ette. The Rev. Donald Stillwell will officiate at the rites and burial will be in the Brookston IOOF cemetery. Read the Classified Ads confidential CASH LOANS quickly! to Danville for a speech, was Con-! resor ' Tngi-ld Ami Itnburlo Mnkc Up ROME (UP)—Roberto Rossellini and Ingrid Bergman have healed over any differences between them and will meet tor a "second honeymoon" in August at the Italian' of Santa Marinclln, the! cause of ilibuster. Knowland ivould give "ideal spot' ffrcssman William Tuck (D-Va.l. Gnionlher, President of the American Red Cross and former commander of North Atlantic Treaty Organization forces, was to deliver a speech at a dinner honoring the 7nlh anniversary of the Dan P'ver Mills, one of the nation's leading textile firms. The pilot, Capt. B.F. Armstrong of Richmond, circled Danville Airport 45 minutes before turning hack to Richmond, where crash equipment is more complete. He said he noticed there was "insufficient hydraulic fluid in the gear to make a landing." the expected Southern i said a fixed date' Retired Miami County the Southerners an Farmer PaSSBS Away to shoot against ' n -— -•• - '•• A carpenter-contractor, he was .heir effort to talk down the 'bill. Russell told the Senate the bill would cause "unspeakable con- 'usion, bitterness and bloodshed in sonic lodge. Friends may call after 7 Wednesday at the Allen a mcmbor'of'theBimkeV liill Ma" a Brent section of our common country." Russell said he was confident it would be defeated in a national referendum because the • people "know you cannot deny constitu- lional guarantees to the while .South without endangering the loss of those guarantees to all the people of this nation." Sen. Paul H. Douglas (D-lll.) re- p.m. funeral home in Bunker Hill, and last rites wlJl be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Bunker Hill Baptist church. The body will lie in slate ono hour at the church. The Rev. Vcrn Stuber and '.he ftcv. Roy Hqlms will officiate ;md burial will cemetery. be in the Galveston Ind _ Rilos tol . II. Struble, 75, of route 5, retired farmer who died at 5:45 p.m. Monday at Dukes hospital, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Eikenbcry mortuary, the Rev, William Showman in charge, and burial will be in Mount Hope cem- etnry. Born Sepl. 21, 1881, in Washington township, to Melchi and Mary (Smith) Struble, he was married Nov. 215, 1302, to Eva Daisy Struble. She died Sept. IB, 1952. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Rachel Spangler, route 4; and. a plied that Russell was trying to ; son, Woodrow, route. 5, Wabash. A shift attention from the bill's main purpose to protect voting rights. son is deceased. Friends may' call at the fun- Four Persons Killed In Two-Car Collision FARMfNGTON, Minn. (UP) Four persons, including a mother and two of her six children, werc!/-j Dnnnoft killed Tuesday when two autos| Un U °99®" „,„ collided one mile south of hero.! INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - Harry Sen. Everett M. Dirkscn (R-I11.) icral horrid after 2 p.m. Wednesday, commented that .he had su'.dom seen "so many ghosts discovered under a single bed." Dismissal Of Charges Dead were Mrs. Wesley Thompson, Northfielcl, Minn., the children and Aloysius Licktieg, .Minneapolis, driver of one of the'cars. Mrs. Thompson's husband and the other four Thompson children were rushed to . a Farmington hospital, where the extent of their injuries was not determined Immediately.' ST. PIERRE KITES HELD MONTICELLO, Ind.—Kites for Eddie St. Pierre, 84, Chicago, former Monticello resident who died Saturday at Chicago, were held Monday afternoon at the Miller tuneral home and burial was in Riverviow cemetery. Doggett, one of five persons indicted in Indiana's highway scandal, lost a bid Tuesday for dismissal of coaspiracy charges. Judge Scott McDonald of Marion Criminal Court ruled Doggett, of Grcensburg, had no basis for an amended motion to throw out Plan Eleven-Room South Peru'School PERU, Ind, — Plans to proceed with construction of the new .South Peru school with 11 rooms were approved Monday -by the city school board at a special meeting with three contractors. Contracts were for a nine-classroom building, with an attached letter of intent for 11 rooms if funds can be appropriated. School Eupt. Fred Fechtman reported that the board expects to appro- the charges on grounds grand: priate $30,620 for the extra two jurors asked six Incriminating [rooms. questions. MYIITLE MILLER RITES MONTICELLO, Ind.-Mrs. Myrtle Huffman Miller, native of Flora arid former resident of Idaville and Guernsey, died June 25 at a Ronan, Montana, hospital, according to" word received here. Services and burial were at Ronan. SEEK COUNTY BOARD PERU, Ind.—The Peru Board of Health voted Monday in favor of establishing a full-time county health board which would replace the city board. Establishment of a county board is also being considered by the county commission- Rome Daily Memento Sera report-, Open Wednesday Aflcrnoon ed today. 22(1 S. Third St., Logansport 2855 Friday and Saturday CHILDREN'S SHOE-SALE/ Wonderful Buys Leather Pumps, Straps, Etc. Red, Pink, Light Blue, Yellow, White Values lo $6.95 $2.99 Now Values to $8.95 $3.99 Now One Group of Canvas Slip-ons and Straps red, blue, and white Reg. 2.95 Now $1.99 Shoes Priced According To Size SHOE SALON - FIRST FLOOR AFTER THE SPECIALS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Now you con buy those summer things; you've been wanting at a big savings! Be here early for the best selection! 1 Group Summer Dresses Broken size ranges in lovely summer fabrics such as: linen, dacron, pique, etc. l /3 & 14 Off DRESS SALON -? SECOND FLOOR Bras and Girdles at greatly reduced prices LINGERIE - SECOND FLOOR CHALK WHITE JEWELRY Values to $1.95 50c plus tax ACCESSORIES - FIRST FLOOR ANKLETS Colored nylon or cotton 59c value 29c HOSIERY - FIRST FLOOR Spring Mills DAZZLE COTTON PRINTS , new summer patterns KCR. Sl.OO yd. Now 09' yd. PIECE GOODS - FIRST FLOOR Girls and Boys SUN SUITS No-iron, sizes S, M, L, XL. Reg. $1.19 — $1.39 Now 88c COTTON CRAWLERS Snap crotch, sizes S, M, L, XL. Reg. 1.29 Now 88c Girls and Boys' TODDLER PAJAMAS Cotton plisse prints Reg. $2.29 • Now $1.59 Girls' NYLON RHUMBA PANTIES While in sizes 1 to 4 Reg. $1.50 Now 88c CHILDREN'S DEPT. - FIRST FLOOR BOYS' WASHAB'LE SLACKS Rayon, acetate,and dacron in popular nubby weave. Reg. 4.95 Now $3.95 BOYS' DEPT. - FIRST FLOOR ALL SALES FINAL I nfiANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRAE

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