Wednatday. October 1». tsr? HANDS ACROSS THE COCKPIT of a jumbo Jcl arc in rwogniiion of Camp Firr. Girl I'iiullnu Swllnicwski's heroism. Pauline, 9, of Depow. N.Y.. who pulled her hrotht'r.lohn. ^, lit safely last March as flames engulftd his bed, is the t'.S. recipient ol the 1977 "Operation Plus Ultra" award emphasizing humanitarian values. She received the-VIP treatment Irom Iberia Air Lines Flight Engineer Adolfo I.ozano on her tliRhl to Kiiropc to join 15 other honored youngsters representing \Z countries in a month-long lour to include a meeting wild Pope Paul VI. Sears "SAVE 25% Vinyl Handbags 8" BtirnMiriMonk |>u|t> with l»» t com purl mcnl>. SAVE 28% Vinyl Gloves Rrpuhr O $ff »3.SO «. ^1 pru. iJ Lined in Aery''" knit on Anlron nylon. Sites S, M, L. .lair Knrfi Orlakr' ISlh Fleece Robes SAVE - Fashion Scarves Rcgolnr S3-I5 I 50 to2 50 Fo»hionabl* printed and solids in otsoHrrwnt of colors. Quon- t!tl«limited. With Smocking Trim «' LOOK Robe, Regular *20 Popular wrap,,zip or button front itj-les. .Machine-washable Arnel* triacetate and nylon in assorted pastel colors, are trimmed with smock stitching. P, S, M, L, Missed' Short Robe . . Regular »18.,., U.99 Women's Short -Robe Regular *20., .15.99 Women's Long Robe Regular 822 .17.99 Sale End* October 15th Ask About Sears Credit Plan More Important Than Jobs As A Source Of Lifetime Satisfaction STANFORD. Calif. ibTIi • Families arc "more 'important lhan jobs as a source ol lifetime satisfaction lo bright, successful men who look par! In a Stanford University study. The men. in Ilieir »Us ami participants in a survey of Rifted individuals, "scl a very high store on family life.", said psychology. professor • Robert Sc'nrs. ', ' Sears said he was "surprised that family life .satisfaction" rated higher for the men than their professions "because a very larpe proportion of this group has been extremely successful. , • "Average Income in 1972 was Ski.ooo, .They are tirst-ratc scientists. Educators and corporation presidents." Sears said the study, was surprising because there is "widespread belief that mid- dleclass males arc obsessed with their work and got most of their life's satisfaction from it," The psychologist said "age 62 ; seemed a good time to ask these men to focus on both the past and the future. % ••With a long life of accomplishment already behind them, they would 'be. in-.a position to evaluate its joys, and sorrows,*- ils successes and failures and its might-have- been as well as Its was. "And they were nearing the lime, if they had not already reached it, when a hard look at the future was necessary.. "Partial or complete retirement was approaching for most, and the inevitable social and physical consequences of aging were part of the near future for all." The survey questionnaire asked the men to rate feelings of satisfaction and success not only in occupation and family life but in friendships, richness of cultural life, service to society and joy in living. , »•','"' r 5 ^ <^t4j l\W early and take ^f . V- t OFF with Malil. Color Pintr Nothing Else® Pantyhose •1.79 each for R«««l*r S1.99 e*ch n Malll^olor P«»ly P«pl;rhow . . . : ......... * for Mc|«l«r 91.99 each • ' " Q18 rO R*fuUr S2.49 uch *fuUr . uc O Control Top Pantyhow .... ............ "• •*• tor tttgmUr 95.99 each n ' Snpport PaMyhou ............ . ......... ^for Sal* End* Saturday,' October Had SAVE 25 Slack Companions 6 75 • . Re«ularS7.50 ' ~ M , Modrnlr Control Slack Companion ..O ' !U f uU.-»l2.SO QJS Pretty Natural Shap«r V" K»« U-Bf ih Hr»uUr $10.50 7 . ' Other tlyles (loo on'«le oltcnn|t moaeraiB ui _ r firm contra). They comf in popular »i«e» and colors. * "~ ^ SalrEndt Saturday'October 2intli- ' •- J every toy in stock, f A small depos t holds your choice on ayaway. Now'» the lime to do your Christmas shopping. Com* '•< • in while our selection-lssat its peaV. 0«t 10% off air ,, our famous name loys, games and wheel goods T >-; — Just 10% down and we'll hold your °>\. t* purchase until December 15,1977. Avoid the, ^ pressure of last minute shopping. Do « now. And sa»e. LOGAHSPORT MAIL U.S. 24 E. PHONE 753-4911 Mon. tnni Sot. 9:30-9, S«n. 12:30-5 ^ Monday through Saturday 10 a.iffi Sunday 12:30 'til 5 p.m.
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