Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 26, 1957 · Page 23
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
December 26, 1957

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 23

Publication:
Location:
Logansport, Indiana
Issue Date:
Thursday, December 26, 1957
Page:
Page 23
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 23 article text (OCR)

Thursday Evening, December 26, 1957. 3 Mothers Wait Reunion With PW Sons NEW YORK (UP)—Three American mothers will leave here next Wednesday — New Year's Day — for China and'3 reunion with their sons, prisoners of the Communists. Mrs. Ruth Redmond of Yonkers, N.Y., said today the departure date was decided following a "conference" with the two other mothers, Mrs. John Downeh of New Britain, Conn., and Mrs. Philip G. Fecteau of Lynn, Mass. "We have been busy getting things together, taking shots and everything, and we plan to get away about noon on New Year's Day," Mrs. Redmond said. "We are all very excited about the whole thing." Her son, Hugh Redmond, 38, was a representative of an American import-export firm in Shanghai. He was convicted six years ago of spying and sentenced to life imprisonment. Philip G. Fecteau, 30, and John T. Downey, 27, both civilian employes of the U.S. Army, were jailed five years ago on similar charges. Downey was sentenced to life imprisonment; Fecteau got 20 years. Asked what they planned to take to their sons, Mrs. Redmond said "mostly clothing." "We understand. they have had some pretty mean temperatures and they can use clothing more than anything else," she said. SECOM) VICTIM DIES FORT WAYNE (UP) — Edwin Knipstein Jr., 57, Fort Wayne, died late Thursday in Parkview [Memorial Hospital of injuries suffered last Friday in a three-car collision on Ind. 3 near here. Killed in the crash was Ora Goodyear, 62, Fort Wayne. MILLINERY - MEZZANINE DOORS OPEN 9:00 A.M. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Three ALL SALES FINAL! Deaths In News s t 1 SLOATSBTOG, N. Y. — Robert Henry Gittins, 87, former congressman from New York, one- | time owner and publisher of the i Niagara Falls (N. Y.) Journal; and a corporation lawyer died | Wednesday in Tuxedo, N. Y., Me-! morial Hospital. | Gittins, a Democrat, served in j the House of Representatives from • 1913 to 1915. He owned and pub-, lished the Niagara Falls Journal from 1914 to 1918. He moved to New York City 30 years ago and established his law practice. COLLINS, Miss. — Jimmy Arrington, 49, looal newspaper publisher and humorist, died of a heart attack Wednesday. Arrington was owner of the Collins News-Commercial and a widely- traveled after-dinner speaker. LOS ANGELES — D. Scott (Scatty) Chisholm, 80, noted golf tournament starter and announcer died Wednesday at his home in Santa Monica, Calif. Chisholm, co-founder of the Los Angeles Open Golf Tournament, had been scheduled to work at the tourney when it begins next Thursday. Open Bids Jan. 7 on 2 Highway Projects INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—The Indiana State Highway Department said today it will open bids Jan. 7 on construction of two short stretches of highway in Fort Wayne and Indianapolis. The projects involve .5 mile of U.S. 33 in Fort Wayne and .12 mile of Ind. 100 at the southeast edge of Indianapolis. Bids also will he opened on resurfacing 7 miles of Ind. 3 from Ind. 18 to Ind. 5-118 southeast of Warren. WRONG NIGHT ST. JOHXSBURY, Vt.—Firemen were called to put out a blaze of rubbish, wood and debris that was to mark a football rally when the pile was,ignited the night before it was scheduled to be burned. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY! AFTER-CHRISTMAS CLEARANCE HATS This great once-a-year event is a boon to those budget-minded individuals who would like a fine hat at a very low price. Do not miss this two- day event, for it is an opportunity to SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! A group of hats in black, browns, beige, navy and many bright col- .ors. Most are velvets with jewel and self trims. There are also felts included in this grouping. VALUES TO $4.98 This group of hats includes velr vets, felts, fuzzies, and many novelty materials. Some are white, black, brown and high colors. You will find much variation in this selection. VALUES TO $7.98 FRIDAY and SATURDAY Down! Down! Down! Co the prices of our famous-name coats, suits and dresses from our regular stock! Here is your opportunity to make your Christmas gift money go a long way. Come early and save! Beautiful, full-length coats of quality by famous makers in wool tweeds, fleeces in the latest colors and styles and polished blacks. Reg. $45.00 — $49.85 SALE $24 - $28 ANOTHER GROUP This group is one-of-a- kind pattern hats. You will want more than one of these hats. There are velours, and other fine fabrics included. VALUES TO $17.98 *5 50 Reg. $55.00 — $59.85 SALE $32 - $36 Reg. $65.00 — $69.85 SALE $38 - $42 Reg. ,$75.00 — $95.00 SALE $48 - $58 Casual and dressy, famous-name, dresses in wool jersey, peau de soie, taffetas, rayon crepe and wool. Sizes 7-15, 10-20, 12 1 /2-24 1 / 2 , Reg. $15.95 — $17.95 SALE $7.00 - $9-00 Reg. $22.95 — $25.00 SALE $12 ~ $15 Reg. $29.85 — $35.00 SALE $17 ~ $22 Reg. $39.85 — $65.00 SALE $24 ~ $34 Famous-name suits in dressmaker styles in wool flannel and tweeds. Junior and Misses Sizes Reg. $19.85-$29.85 SALE $10 SALE $28 SALE $35 Reg. $49.85 Reg. $69.85 FORMALS Reduced 1^ or More Exquisite formal dresses of organdie, net and taffeta in white and colors. Junior Sizes Regular $29.85 — $39.85 — $49.85 SALE $10 - $18 ~ $24 GOLDEN RULE SECOND FLOOR-BE HERE EAR1Y FOR THE BEST SELECTIONS! Luxury WOOLENS from famous mills Imported and domestic woolens that are used for $150 to $250 courtier fashions! Here is your opportunity to save on luxury woolens that i are all-sponged and shrunk and ready for the needle. 3 lOO^o woolensj and wool blends in 54"—60" suitings. 1 Tweeds and plaids and solids in vibrant winter colors. j Buy now and save on skirts, jackets, jumpers and suits \ that you want to make for yourself and family! GROUP I Values to 4.95 yd. $2.00 yd. GROUP n Values to 8.95 yd. $4.00 yd. Use Our Budget Account! 'FASHION'FABRICS - PIRST FLOOR SALE OF BUDGET DRESSES Famous-name, fine quality, cotton house dresses. Broken sizes. Values to $5.95 $2.50 MILLINERY-MEZZANINE Dressy cottons, wrinkle- shed rayons, washable viscose celaperm. Junior, Misses, Half sizes Values to $10.95 $5.00 Cashmere cottons, no- iron cottons and celanese taffetas. Junior, .Misses, Half Sizes Values to $14.95 / $8.00 KNIT DRESSES SECOND FLOOR 18 Famous-name 100% wool-knit two- piece dresses in early, fall colors. Misses Sizes Reg. $34.85 Reg. $39.85 Reg. $45.00 SALE $24 SALE $28 SALE $34 COATS FOR BOYS and GIRLS Girls' and Boys' 3-Pc. Coat Sets 6—18 mo., 1—4 yrs - Reg. $10.95 — $15.95 SALE $7.00 -$9.00 i Reg, $17.95 — $24.95 SALE $12 ~ $17 Boys' 3-Pc. Sets Sizes 3-6x Reg. $17.95 SALE«2 CHILDREN'S DBPT--FIRST FLOOR Girls' Coat and Leggings Sets Sizes 3-6x Reg. $17.95 — $24.95 SALE $12 ~ $17 Reg. $27.95 •— $29.85 SALE $19 Girls' Coats—Sizes 7-14 Reg. $18.95 — $24.95 SALE $12 \ - - ' -Reg. $27.95 — $29.85 SALE $19 GIRLS CAR COATS Warm wool melton and poplin car coats. The Thermos-Jac poplin coats are washable. Sizes 3-6x, 7-14 Reg. $6.95 — $8.95 SALE $4.00 ~ $6.00 Reg. $12.95 —$15.95 SALE $9.00 LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page