Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 19, 1955 · Page 9
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 9

Dixon, Illinois
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Thursday, May 19, 1955
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1 ;\\ l mmm Specially Pnced a* U Also Plisse MEN'S RAYON GABARDINE JACKET Terrific Voiue* nU^perRRCHIVE® Sizes 32 to 40. petticoats in medium and large $198 ■ Min! Oh, nun? What values! They're 100% cool dacron lenos that are easy to launder, fast drying and require no ironing. Well made short sleeve styles in white, pink,' blue or mint. Small, medium and large sizes. Huge! Colorful Selection WOMEN'S SUMMER Wide Sweeping Styles I Wonderful Values! 2 r w \h Special Selling I Women's SLEEVELESS SUMMER BLOUSES In Daerons, Colorful Cottons, Nylons & Tebelized Cottons 1 98 Lovely, cool sleeveless summer blouses in popular scoop neck style, V-neck style, new back treatment, l bow trimmed and novelty styles . . . ^in lovely solid colors and prints. Sizes 32 to 38. 98 Wide sweep, pleated, belted and Perma Pleated skirts in a grand selection of cottons in gay prints and solid colors. Sizes 22 to 30. STUNNING NEW STYLES! TAEK OF THE TOWN VALUES! SUMMER PRESSES Featured in Miracle Fabrics including New Dacron Prints. Nylon Prints, Rayon Chiffons, Orion & Cotton Blends and New Cottons. Special Purchase! Men's DACRON LEN0 SPORTS SHIRTS \Worth *2.50 Special 95 s 895 W 95 You hear it everywhere! "It's Kline's for Dresses" . . . Everyone's talking about our exciting selections of newest summer fashions . . . Choose here from styles for every occasion in sizes for women, misses and juniors . . . Plenty of sunback dresses with jackets, many styles with slips, many styles with petticoats, costume outfits consisting of dress and jacket, even party sheer stlyes. BOYS' 100% NYLON SPORTS SHIRTS Regular 1.39 Values $|00 s^k Nylon baby pucker. Easy to wash. ^yyf! P0*1"1- Pink, blu*> white. maize or 1 1 OUT* 3AIMTUKII.EU DUNGAREES Regular $1.59 Valval ,V9 Double knee Western cut end regulation knee and cut style. Heavy, weight. Sanforized. Full cut. Sites 4 to 16. SHEER FIRST QUALITY NYLON HOSE Full Fashioned 48*. Be here early! i 5 denier. 51 «u« ^ngths. All new shades. WOMEN'S^SU^^ SHORTS Regular or long Bermuda Sryl.s -j i $|oo Twill or poplin, back lippers. Cuff* ^^^^^ NEW! WOMEN'S COHON SLEEPWEAR Regular $2.98 Values *|88 mitri/^" PaiamaS and.bIoo™» to .cuffs. Shorty gowns. Nove^y trims* Terrific Values' WOMEN'S WHITE ! PLAY SHOES 1 ■ P* The Dixon Evening Telegraph" Thursday, May 19, 1805 Page 9 KLINE'S CHILD'S ANKLETS Solidsandrancici 3 FAIRS from famous |B|||| maker. B«yf art fl|PV girls' styles. | NYLON PANTIES BOYS' T-SHIRTS GIRLS' SHORTS Filibuster Champ Scoffs Regular 5* Ribbed collar* cttc, nylon r«in» forced. Sum S» I twills Women's 40 den* i«r nylon, novelty trims. Sizes S. M, 48' DEPARTMENT STOKE 47* •nd poplin*. Popular colon. Sinf 7 to 14. i|00 At New Honor I ' T 1 TT M i ■ a i t mm Famous loomtraft COTTON PLISSE SLIPS SKIRTS OR PETTICOATS Your Choice at Women's 4-gore style easy to care for cotton ith shadow AUSTIN, Tex. (*— Sen. Kilmer Corbin of Lubbock pooh-poohed hia national filibuster record today but said he thought h* had achieved his purpose. That purpose, Corbin said at the end of his 28 • hour. 15 • minute) speaking effort Wednesday, waa to make Texans aware of wtoat ha considers a poor plan for financing •ater conservation. ■ The old filibuster record was 2$ hours, 6 minutes, set by Senator 'avne Wagonselier of Bowie March 31. Despite extreme weariness. Cor* bin planned to be on hand for today's session in case the target of his wraui came to a vote. The measure — drafted by a joint conference committee, after House and Senate passed conflict" ing bills— calling for a lOO-million-dollar bond program under which the state would guarantee up to 50 per cent of the cost of local water projects. The conference report cans tor statewide property tax of 3 centa per $100 valuation to guarantee tha bonds, with a six-man appointive hoard to administer the bond pro- Corbin ridiculed proponents' claims that this is the key measure plans for a long-range water conservation program. Sen. William T. Moore of Bry an, who helped with long questions in the final hours of the filibuster. tried to pin a gold medal on the new champion's chest. As senators laughed, corbin shoved Moore away and angrily shouted: "This is not a' laughing' matter." Moore said he hadn't meant to ruffle Corbin. He said the medal •as fixed up by Senate employees ask a "token of esteem." Printed n the medal were the word*: World Champion Filibusterer." Former Demo Committee Counsel Is Exonerated LOS ANGELES (J) — Welbum Mayock, former general counsel of the Democratic National Committee, has been cleared by a fed eral grand jury in connection wit* a complaint alleging evasion of in come taxes. S. Attv. Laughlin E. Waters ■ said the complaint, issued last. April 4, will be dismissed. Mayock, a Washington and Los Angeles attorney, signed a waiver -of immunity and appeared volun-. tarily before the grand jury to deny that he evaded $25,T1« in taxes due on income of himself and his wife for 1948. Mayock told newsmen the gov ernment was "persecuting" him. and said the case stemmed from a payment of J65,0O0 before the 1952 presidential campaign by New York financier wimam s. J-Asaon. He said $30,000 of this sum went to the Democratic national campaign fund and he and two otner men. divided the remainder as fees for some income tax work they did for " Lasdon. He said he listed the 117.-000 he received in this deal in hit tax return. Body of Missing Kankakee Man Found in Lake CHICAGO m— -The body of a man missing since May 1 from his . home in Kankakee was found Wed nesday floating in Lake Michigan. The dead man was identified through cards in his pockets as Wayne E. Vadbunker, 28, of 1139 E. Bourbonnais St., Kankakee. In Kankakee, police said Vad bunker disappeared May 1. The body was recovered from ie lake off alh Street after a pas serby saw it and notified police. The "body was fully clothed. It bore no marks of violence. The body was taken to the county morgue. Vadbunkers wallet police _ found a clipping from a Kankakee-newspaper announcing that he was to have married Mis3 Emeldia Ouelette of 458-N. Illinois St., Kankakee, last Saturday. Poor Memory YPSILANTI. Mich. (J) — A group 75 Cup Scouts visited Byer Memorial Hospital and were shown the delivery room. Asked if they a seen that part of the hospital before, Bennie Snidecor said, "Sure, us b"rn here." Then, with mud disappointment, "Don't you re member me? He'll Change It WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. (I) — Exectrom Fullenwider Springs, 2*. is no longer satisfied with hii name. He will appear May 2* oe-fore Superior Court Clerk William E. Church to ask it be changed to Exectrom Fullenwider Springe Caldwell. LOCKMAN IS COMING! NewspapmRRCHIVE*

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