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IN MORALS CASE
Mixed Jury Out But 25 Min
utes in Trial Involving
Niece, 21.
By the Associated Press.
LOS ANGELES, May 28— Robert
S. James, master barber, awaiting
trial on a charge he drowned his
fifth wife after submitting her to the
bites of poisonous snakes, was con
victed today on a morals charge in
volving his 21-year-old niece, Lois
Wright.
A jury of eight men and four
I— —
middle-aged women reached a verdict
in 25 minutes after listening to bed
room conversations between the
barber and his niece, which were
recorded by Investigations seeking a
clue to the death of his wife.
Sentence Next Monday.
Pronouncement of sentence was set
for next Monday. Three weeks later,
June 22, James Is scheduled to be
tried for murder. Colorado and Cali
fornia authorities, meanwhile, are
investigating circumstances of the
death of his third wife, who drowned
in the bath tub of a Colorado tourist
cabin.
Only a portion of the notes .alcen
by investigators as they listened to
James and Miss Wright were read
in court.
James’ lawyer, Sam Silverman,
watching the Jury Intently, leaped to
his feet and said he was ready to
"spare the ladies of the Jury the
embarrassment of this evidence” and
stipulated it be entered in the record.
Neither he nor the prosecuting at
torneys presented closing arguments.
James squirmed and twisted In his
chair all morning. He swung one leg
ceaselessly, like a clock pendulum, and
kept rolling and unrolling a tabloid
newspaper with flaring headlines
about himself.
When the jury came in he swung
his chair around so that he could
face the spokesman. His small brown
eyes roved up and down the rows of
faces in the jury box.
Silverman said the defense will be
Insanity when James goes to trial
on the wife-slaying charge
Epidemic Decimates Kangaroos.
SIDNEY OP).—A mysterious epi
demic is wiping out kangaroos In
the Riverine sheep raising district
of New South Wales. Veterinarians
fear that unless a cure is found the
disease may spread over the conti
nent and exterminate the animals.
LOFTIN TAKES OATH
AS FLORIDA SENATOR
Successor to Trammell Is Greeted
by Friends on Arrival
Here.
By the Associated Press.
Scott M. Loftin of Jacksonville, Fla.,
arrived here yesterday and proceeded
immediately to the Capitol, where he
was sworn In as Florida’s junior
Senator.
Loftin, appointed yesterday by Gov.
Sholts of Florida to succeed the late
Senator Park Trammell, was greeted
at Union Station by a score of Wash
ington friends. Immediately he placed
his schedule in the hands of W. L.
Hill, secretary to Senator Fletcher of
Florida.
Loftin will occupy the quarters
formerly used by Senator Trammell
In the Senate Office Building. His
secretary will be Josiah D. Perris,
former secretary to Trammell.
60 CAMPS IN VIRGINIA
Widely Varied Conservation Work
Engages 12,000 Men.
An average of 60 camps and ap
proximately 12,000 men have carried
on a widely varied conservation pro
gram in Virginia since the first 200
man unit of the Civilian Conservation
Corps was established at Camp Roose
velt in 1933, Robert Pechner, director
of emergency conservation work, re
ported today.
“Virginia’s forest conservation and
park development program has been
advanced many years by the men of
the C. C.‘C.," Pechner stated. “This
work has been directed toward the pro
tection of Virginia's valuable forested
lands against the ravages of fire and
tree-destroying diseases and Insects. "
the development of recreational areas
in national forests and parks and
State parks, the excavation and pres
ervation of valuable historical data
in Virginia's historical parks and the
protection of its agricultural lands
against soil erosion.”
Banana Shipments Heavy.
Mexico shipped more than 12,000,
000 bunches of bananas to the United
States In the last year. 1
face BrokenOuf?'
Relieve the soreness and aid heal
Store Closed Saturday Shop Friday Zl:
19c and 25c Remnants
WASH FABRICS
2 to 4 Vi yd. Lengths
Printed Percales
Printed Voiles
Plain Broadcloth
Plain Percales
Printed Batiste
Dotted Swisses
Plain Sheer Fabrics
Fast Color
Goldenberg’s—Main Floor
LINEN VALUES
(58 doz.) BOOTT MILL FACE ^
TOWELS; white, seconds of Sc AT
and loc_
(11) LINEN CRASH CLOTH SETS;
58x78. Cloth 8 nankins, f dJO
Pure linen. Were n7)
2.49 _ 1
(5) ALL-LINEN CLOTH « AO
SETS; 57x57. cloth, fi I MM
napkins. Was 2.98 set— 1 • + *
12 doz.) TCRKISH TOWELS: 15x30.
extra heavy double thread 1 A _
duality, with borders. Were I **r
25c ea. ■ ■
(18 doz) PART-LINEN TEA n
TOWELS: with colored borders. XP
Were 12'ac_ «N
(» dot.) MERCERIZED NAP
KINS: white colors. Seconds
ot I2!ie and 15c_
Goldenberg’a—Main Floor.
29c to 35c Remnants
WASH FABRICS
Rayon Tafleta
Printed Seersucker
Printed Piques 1 If C
Printed Pic Pon Cord I Q
Normandy Voiles ■
Dress Ginghams ufi
Printed Muslins
Blister Sheers
Goldenlterg’s—Main Floor
Run-of-the-Mill Part
WOOL BLANKETS
Second*! 5% to 50% Wool
(20) 1.59 Single Blankets 99c
(23) 2.25 Double Blankets, 1.49
(12) 2.98 Double Blankets, 1.99
(5) 3.95 Double Blankets, 2.88
Plaids with colored borders In
all wanted colors.
Qoldenbertft—Main Floor
Cay Printed Percale
HOOVERETTES
(60) Full Wrap Styles £ M g
in small and medium
sizes. Regularly 1.00.
(8) EXTRA SIZE UNIFORMS: Ions
or shorts leeves. Green. | ^ Q
blue. 48. 60 and 52. Were I /Tf
1.95 * *
(HOI BROADCLOTH MAGI- «—
COATS: full wrap, printed.
Sir.es 38 and 34 Were 1.69. ' u v
(10) UNIFORMS: white and
blue. Short Iona sleeves. / nf
34 to 40. Were 1.29- # WW
(IS) HOUSE DRESSES: printed
broadcloth. Women's styles. ^ O .
Sires 36 to 40. Were SfQC
1.95 ^ s#
(13) 2-FC. LOUNGING FA- rt _
JAMAS: Drints solid colors. SIXT
Small sizes. Were 1.96- ^w#V
Goldenberg'$—Second Floor
Knee High and Full Length
PURE SILK HOSE
Seeonde
of 59c Grade___
(120 dor.) Pure chiffons In all
wanted shades. Sizes 8*4 to
10 >4.
(SOO »r.) ANKI. ITS; . A
misses' and children* 1 11 at
sizes. 8'i to 10'/j. -Ir- I WV
regulars of 25c
Goldenberg’t—Main Floor
HANDKERCHIEFS
AND NECKWEAR
WOMEN’S INITIAL HANKIES; em
broidered. petit point, anchor 5
initial*. Broken as*ortment.
Were Be and T'ic w
(46) MARY JEAN VESTIE
COLLARS; novelty plaids.
Were 49c -
<72) SILK AND ACETATE ^ 1 _
TOPPERS; regularly 59c /If
and 79c . -- “ ■
(118) RAYON TAFFETA COL
LARS; 8ummer plaids. Were
29e ---
<»*> SUMMER VESTIES! W _
pique and oraandy. White. |
pastels. Were 49c-- ■ ^ '
(164) MEN’S LINEN HANDKER
CHIEFS: embroidered Initials. 1 A _
All white. Broken assort- I IIC
ment. Were 25c 1 wv
Goldenberg'i—Main Floor
Super Special! Jr. Boys’
WASH SUN SUITS
Regularly
49 --
(180) Made of fine broadcloth,
In combination colors . . . fast
colors. Sizes 2 to 6 years.
Ooldenbrrg’*—Main rioor
BOYS’ WEAR VALUES
tool " to 15. Were 3.05 7 hQ
and 4.05 -
('.) PREP SLITS: all wool. Odd lot
blues, mixtures. 15 to M AA
20 yri. Irregulars of J
12.75 1 • ' '
(60) WHITE DLCK LONG- m W (
IES: sanforized. Sizes 18 I I ^
to -JO. Were 1.69 and 195- ■ • » 0
(•M PLAY SLITS—JR. OVERALLS;
coverts hickory chambrays. ^
3 to 8. Were 4f*c and
1300) JR. BOYS’ WASH SLITS: sleeve
lens, short sleeves. Button- 0% ^
ons. 3 to 6. Were /sP
(120) COTTON SWEATERS; sport,
with sleeves. Fancy oat- M ^9 _
terns. .30 to 36. Were / C
«9c _ _ ■ 1 V
<7> BOVS* LUMBERJACKS;
with zlDDers Broken sizes ^ VJ f
h to 16. Were 1 95_ 0 0^
Goldenberg’t—Main Floor
Super Special! Only SO
FIBRE RUGS
9x12 or 8*10 Ft Sixe
Regularly
10.95 and 12.95.. O
Slight Irregulars in reversible
plaid and stencilled rugs.
Goldenberg' 3—Downstairs
I -__ I
j ,ovv i aras nemnams
SILKS-ACETATES
Regularly
59c to 79c_
Printed French Crepe*.
Printed Sillu. J ;
Plain Acetate Crepe*.
Printed Acetate Crepe. I
Rayon Satins.
White. Black, Colors.
REMNANTS FOR DRESSES.
BLOUSES; printed pure dye elks, !
bemberg crepe*. silk
chiffons. :i to 5 yd. jm ^
lengths Were 7Ke to
1.25 yd. . ■_ ^ W
SAMPLE PIECE SILKS-ACETATES:
*« to yd lengths O
in plain colors. I I IP
Each ... I V/V
Golden berg’s—Main Floor \
Sale of 29c and 39c
Run-of-the-Mill
CANNON TOWELS
Seconds! Extra heavy double
thread quality Turk- m
lsh towels with col- 1 QC
ored borders. Sizes I
22x44 and 24x46. ■ V
Goldenberg’s—Main Floor
MEN’S WEAR VALUES
(125) TIES. BELTS, PANA- f A_
MAS; some soiled. 26c to I II£
1.00 values_ 1 w»
(Ml) BROADCLOTH PA
JAMAS; sizes A. B and C. / 4J f
Slight seconds of 1.00 to »
1.30 -
(121) WASH RAG MESH Tft.
POLO SHIRTS; perfect aual- 3
Ity. Regularly 1.00_ w **
(21) RAYON UNION SUITS; PQ
regularly 1.00_ ^
(16) ZIPPER SWEATERS; PA
i small sizes. Were 1.19_ JifC
(21) WORK SHIRTS; blue JA
Chambray. Were 69c- J / C
(18) COTTON NIGHT 7 *
SHIRTS; seconds of S1.00— O iC
(11R) WASH CAPS: dark AP^
and light shades. Were 39c. dmjC
(4) SILK SHIRTS; faded Art
Large sizes. Were 2.19- 7 OC
Goldenberg's—Main Floor
GIRDLES AND
CORSELETTES
(12) SALESMEN’S SAMPLES: one of
a kind. Lace bust, side 1 ft A
hook. Small sizes. Were I Atf
(30) BROCADE CB GIRDLES: front
clasn side hook 27. 28.
20. 32. 34. Regularly 1.95 / VJ^
and 3.50.. _ »
(9) MESH GIRDLES: front p» ft
clasb Firmly boned. Sizes SXF
26, 27. Were 1.00_ .. /wb
(2) RENGO SATIN LASTEX GIRDLES;
semi-steD-ln 16 Inch. ^ F f\
& 27. 31-Were
Goldenberg'i—Second Floor
78 Pairs Cotton Crops
2-Pc. PAJAMAS
Regularly A J Q
1.00-Qif
Splendid for Summer! Peach and
flesh, sizes 17 and 18.
(34) SATIN AND CREPE GOWNS:
tearose. Lace trimmed, i
Sl^esie.lT. were J#39
111) .RAYON TAFFETA 0* m*
legufarly*59*** ...SUes 29C
I (3) 2-PC. SILK PAJAMAS: m IkA
tearose. Soiled. Sizes 16. 1 7Q
Were 1.95- .. „ I • Sm W
(20) RAYON KNIT PAN- f A
TIE-VEST: flesh, size small I Mp
only. Were 39c ■
(8) RAYON UNION SUITS; PA
built-upshould^ i^en seat. 5^C
(20) RAYON PAJAMAS; « mm
two oiece. long sleeve. Size 1 sLsL
15 and 16. Were 2.05 I • ■ ■
(18) A A YON PANTIES; •%
&£ 5f9c°nt- size 36 onl,• 39c
(30) RAYON GOWNS: tal- m m _
lored. lace trim. Size 10. AAp
Irregulars of 79c -- a aw
Goldenberg’i—Main Floor
I_ *
>
Special! Attractive Plaid
Day Bed Covers
Brighten up your day bed with
these lovely covers in rust, green
or brown. Made with a shirred
flounce!
Goldenberg’s—Third Floor
Women’s and Misses’
Wool
SUITS AND COATS
Specially
Priced_
(22) Good looking swagger or
fitted style coats, amazingly low
priced. Broken sizes, 14 to 46.
Goldenberg’s—Second Floor
60 Doz. Full-Fashioned
SILK HOSE
Seconds
of 79c Grade_
Sheer chiffons In all the new
Summer shades. Sizes 8 >4 to
10H.
Goldenberg’s—Main Floor
HOUSEWARES
(36) ICE CREAM FREE AM
msti 98c
0*> YUKON ICE CREAM af A
£r“ 1.20* ,E. 79c
10 ELECTRIC FANS: 8- a aa
Inch size. As Is. Were |
4* ELECTRIC IRONS: 6-lb. Q(\
*ize. Were 1.29_ O/C
(3) 3-GAL. WATEO COOL- ■% A p
3.25
<34) 3 MIXING BOWLS p A
■FT. Regularly 79c ^ Q £
(28) 4 COVERED 1AR8: 1- A A
fit. size on revolving rack. ^ V|P
Regularly 50c_ mr p V
<30> POTTERY CUSTARD p
CUPS. Regularly IOC
each _ J V
08) ART POTTERY TEA (-/A
POT; regularly 79c__ ^ UC
03) SHOWER CUR- ■ A A
1.5VN.lv.1.00
COVIR* *JaoSned T <Qp
Were $1.00_ w
(12) STEP-ON CANS; AA
Japanned tin. Regularly
(25) FORGED BREAD PA
KNIVES. Regularly KQp
$1.00 _ W^V
(19) GARDEN HOSE REELS; £ A
on wheels. Regularly PANJA
$1.00 _ W * V
(36) VEGEDORA CABINET: p A
for vegetables. Regularly ^ ^fC
(2 BIRD CAGE AND ^ aap
STAND. Regularly ft / S
9.95 __ W. » J
(3) BIRD CAGES AND A AP
(3) BIRD CAGES AND < KJN
STANDS; regularly 5.95— ^ J
(1) B I R D CAGE AND p Ap
7*9? *„?.5.95
Goldenberg’t—Downstairt
A '
FURNITURE
(11 MAPLE BEDROOM mm ^ mm mm
SUITE; twin bed* 3 £ Qk
dresser chest. Was J v> / J
4P.OO
(1) MODERN BEDROOM SUITE: wal
nut veneered, lull sice FA C
bed. dresser, vanity, ri - / J
chest. Was 99.00 w 1 * ' ^
(2) LARGE DRESSERS: mahogany or
walnut veneered. FA
Larse mirrors. Were / 2P J “T
85.00 . I
(31 BUTT WALNUT VENEERED VAN
ITIES: modern design, FA
large mirrors 6 draw- / j *T
ers. Were 65.00 ■
(«> NIGHT TABLES; Ve- *% A A
neered toijs with drawer. ^ VJVJ
Were 8.95_ J %F F
(11 SEMI-MODERN BEDROOM SUITE:
satinwood veneers. Full ft 5
sire bed dresser, vanity V# ^
and chest. Was 149.00 F m S ^
<J) MAHOGANY VENEERED DRESS
ERS; hanging wall t A A Jf
mirrors, ample drawer I X WiX
space. Were 29.95 ■ w e F ■
(31 SINGLE WARDROBES: M /• A
»?'nut or maple finish. 4 f\VJ
Were 9.95_ 1 • V /
(12) BEDROOM CHAIRS: walnut ve
neered panels. Unhol- a» F
stered . e a t g. Were 2.69
Goldenberg’s—Fourth Floor
CHILDREN’S WEAR
MAI G I R L S' DRESSES: m A •
Pl/lnor prints; 10. 12 and 1 71
14. Were 2.95 and 3.05.. I a At I
■Mtrsawa* *{ s' ACETATE * •%
w^eS8iEiL62c
(11 > RAYON TAFFETA m ^
DRESSES: pastel shades; 7 4hP
to 10. Were $1.00_ • wt
C»> £ N FANTS'SILK paw
la?ESSE86oWhlte.°nlT-.R.T: 5 2c
(2) 3-PC. KNIT SET: beret, p A
Pants and sweaters. Were
Goldenberg’s—Second Floor
SHADES AND OILCLOTH
(130) OILCLOTH TABLE COVERS;
54x54 Scalloped edges.
All colors. Regularly ^ Llf
89c; Irregulars ... *3 w
(ISO) OPAQUE WINDOW SHADES:
3x8 ft. cut site. White. ^
ecni. green. Perfect. Were Q
Goldenberff-t— Third Floor
SPORT APPAREL
(20) ALL-WOOL SKIRTS; _ -
women s and misses'. Plain T (L*.
or^ plaids- 28 to 30. Were / QC
(ID SILK-ACETATE ^
BLOUSES; sixes 34 to 88 S Zc
Were 1.59 to 1.95_ Wis*
(8) a-PC. STRING KNIT * AA
DRESSES; pastels: sixes 1 IJwJ
14 to 18. Were 2.50_ ■ *
(10) a-PC. RATON OR II H/
STRING KNIT SUITS) V /O
sixes 16 to 44. Were 3.95. (■• 1 w
Goldenberg'i—Second Floor
Woven Stripe Box Type
Window Awnings
Flat Steel Frame Fixtures
88°
Good looking, sturdy awnings!
Only 114 of the 30-inch size
and 48 of the 36-inch to sell.
Goldenberg’s—Third Floor
Super Special! Only 1
KELVINATOR
REFRIGERATOR
Regularly Q A i50
114.SO_ 0 ■
Only one to sell at this low
price! 4.2 -ft. size. This is an
amazing value!
Golden berg’s—Downstairs
Super Special! 100 Pr*.
SUP ON GLOVES
Doeskin and
Capes kin_
Broken sizes in white, eggshell,
and beige colors. 54 to 74.
(50) SAMPLE MESH GLOVES; with
organdy tops. Black. «
Mty, white. S'.a to |
Goldenberg’s—Main Floor
Perfect*—
Irregular* 49c—59c
BOYS’
WEARABLES
SHIRTS
BLOUSES
POLO SHIRTS
SWEATERS
WASH KNICKERS
PLAY TOGS
Goldenberg’t—Main Floor
WASHABLE BAGS
(300 ) White
pouches, envelopes,
top handles, under
arm. With zippers.
Were 59c.
Goldenbtrg't—Main Floor
VALUES IN SHOES
MOO are.) WOMEN'S SUMMER SHOES:
>11 sizes. white shoes in- m ^ A
chided. Regularly f2 and | # J gp
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SAN
DALS: for beach wear. M M
White colors. All sizes. sislP
Were 69c 1 ■
CHILDREN’S OXFORDS—SANDALS I
white, all sizes to 7. Black m A
and brown patent in- /
eluded e ^ V
BOYS’ TENNIS SHOES: all pi mm
colors all sizes to large 6.
WOMEN'S HOUSE SLIP- mm mm
PERS; many colors. All < wJ/»
sizes. W’ere 69c «#
GROWING GIRLS’ OX- .
FORDS-STRAPS: white. 1 3ft
many stylei. all sizes. Were | . J gp
BOYS' ALL-WHITE OX- _ _ _
FORDS; also black and 1 A Q
brown. Sizes to large 6. |
MEN’S ALL-WHITE OX- A pA
FORDS: many styles, all I SU
sizes. Were 1.98_ ■ *
Goldenberg’s—Main Floor.
BEDDING
(41 FULL-SIZE METAL ^ A A
BEDS; center panel. Were ^
(I) STUDIO BEDS: covered in
green silk damask. A A A A
Opens to full or twin X.VJ VJVJ
size. Was 45.00_ » + • *
(1) STUDIO BED; With arms.
.3 loose kapoc pillows. A W «»mm
Green tapestry. Was § II
<*> NELLER NACHMAN INNER
SPRING MATTRESSES: « A mm a
four-ft. size. Blue dam- I 1 / iX
ask ticking. Were 19.75 ■ —■ • » 1
(*) BETTA REST INERSPRING MAT
TRESSES; full size, rose 1*7 QJ.
and blue. Were 29.50. I f i/i
(4) PANEL BEDS: walnut veneer.
Twin size. Wood over- 1 ^ iTQ
lays. Were 19.95- I I »W 7
(9) LAYER FELT MATTRESSES:
art ticking, as- ^
sorted sizes. Were ^ / /
(1) STUDIO BED! rust
tapestry cover. A A
3 Kapoc pillows. /I 411
Was 29 85 _ “ " * " "
Goldenberg’s—Third Floor
RUG SAVINGS
r<> 9x12 FT. EAG *IG»: <5 EQ
washable. Regularly 3 3V
(5) 8x10FT. EAG ROGS; ») FA
Washable. Regularly F Rt
4.50 __fc,W ^
<4> 8x9 FT. CHENILLE A 0*7
ECGS: regularly 7.50#
(87) WASHABLE SCATTER FA
BUGS: regularly 1.00 and [J7C
(15) 6x9 FT. FIBRE 3 AO
RUGS; samples. Resu- 3
larly 7.50.... —
(18) 6x12 FT. FIBRE f OO
RUGS; reversible. Reeu- 3 JJ
larly 10.95 —.
(1) 9x12 FT. FIBRE BCG; £ AA
damaged. Regularly 3 |_J|J
(3) 4x7 FT. FIBRE « AW
RCG8; samples. Regu- I W 3
larly 4.95___ ■ • + *
(3) 9X12 FT. AXMIN* Rf ^ f
8TER RCG8: regularly / I A 3
32.50 “ 1
29.00 _ . _ ■ + w
<*> 7*ts0 FT. AXMIN- 1 A AP
fl5o8i.-re,ur£Tr! 14.V5
FELtIii BDG8:P regularly 2 95
6.50 _ . Am* ^ J
(5) 6x9 FT. FELT RASE 1 AW
BUGS: seconds ot 8.25 I N /
grade _ . ■ • ^ ■
3 95
samples. Were 5.95 . «— • + ^
^r7/?w«4.95
Go^^nbarff's—-Doumttairt %

Women's and Misses'
Silk
CREPE DRESSES
Regular
5.95 _
Regular
7.95 _
(41) Smart styles and colors,
but broken sizes 14 to 50. j
(17) ALL SILK CREPE DRESSES:
plain or prints Broken 5 A 3
aiaes 14 to 48. Rea- < 3
ularly 10.05 * • ■ **
Goldenberg's—Second Floor
700 Prs. Women’s
SAMPLE
$3 to $5
SHOES
145
Sizes 3\2 to 4l/z Only
Pumps, Tics, Straps
SANDALS
SPORT OXFORDS
NEW FLATTIES
PLENTY OF WHITE
PATENTS—KIDS
ALL SALES FINAL
Goldenberg’s—Main Floor
Save on Dining Room
CHAIR COVERS
Regularly QQC
T9c each- ■■ V .
(47) For square back chairs only!
[n plain colored rust jaspe.
30) STUDIO COUCH COVERS! with
{ separate cushion covers. 1
i-pc. set. Rust jaspe. I 3 f
Regularly 1.79 _ -
450 yds.) CURTAIN REMNANTS!
colored figured, dotted. use- C
rul lengths. 3« to 40 inches
ride. 14c to 19c values-^
Goldeiiberg’*— Third Floor
NOTION VALUES
*30) ASSORTED NOTIONS: buttons,
ribbons, pins, sanitary aorons. £"
ram. braid, etc. Were 10c.
15c. 25c_ __ [
14) SWEATER KITS! «>n- AAm
itlnint yarn. 1.00 aA4r
ralue _ -- *
47) STOR-ALL GARMENT 1 A .
SAGS: moth proof. Regu- I
larly 00_ --
22) GARMENT BAGS: ere- PAf
onne color. Holds 8 car- J IL
nents. Was 98c ~
(17) STAMPED TOWELS: .
inen guest towels. Recu- X / E
arly 49c _
!«) 8TAMPED PILLOW PA.
TOPS. Regularly
)8c _ ^
Goldenberg’i—Main Floor
-1
DOMESTICS
IR Hoi. > UNBLEACHED SHEETS;
for single beds Heavy m /t
round thread quality. Were ^
<21) COLONIAL BEDS" READS;
84x105. double bed size. « I A
Rose green, gold, blue, I I >1
orchid. Were 1.89 ■ • * *
(«59 yds.) UNBLEACHED
SHEETING; hfRh count a f\
quality .'i»-in. width. Were I ( 1^
15c yard_•_ • w/V
(37) BATES BEDSPREADS: Q O
run-of-the-mill, unhemmed.
seconds. Were 1.98_ WJwW
<«) DOUBLE COTTON a •
BLANKETS: plaid, heavy I I wJ
fleece. Were 1.98_ ■ • ■ *
13) BED PILLOW; large ^ «
aize. orchid featherproof
tick. Were 1.25_ S/VJV
Goldenberg’s—Main Floor. ,
—__ _ 0
«k
Just Completed— •
On Our First Floor
A Modern
S pic-and-S pan
Luncheonette
Ready To Sjerve You Delicious
Foods and Refreshing Drinks
Just another step toward our goal. Goldenberg’s
desire to please ... a complete and beautifully
appointed luncheonette ready to serve you a com
plete noon-day meal or a cool drink! Everything
is new and shining ... in every way strictly sani
tary and hygienic . . . and most imoortant of all,
the most delicious food you've ever tasted!
Compliments of
WASHINGTON TOBACCO CO.
COAT, APRON, TOWEL SUPPLY CO.
BRIGGS SUPPLY CO.
LEON'S FOOD DISTRIBUTING CO.
S. FREEDMAN & SONS PAPER
SANDIES BAKERY, INC.
CRUSTY PIE CO., INC.
CAPITOL SEA FOOD CO.
J. NICHOLS FRUITS-VEGETABLES
AMERICAN ICE CO.
NATIONAL CITY DAIRY CO.
H. M. WAGNER & CO.
MEADOW GOLD SMOOTH-FREEZE ICE CREAM
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Special 30c Luncheon I
Choice of Meats, Two Vegetables
Bread, Butter and Tea, Coffee or Iced Tea
Deviled Crabs in Shell
Spiced Virginia Ham
Real Chinese Chow Mein
Cubed Club Steak
• Goldenberg’s—Main Floor
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Another Service for
Goldenberg Customers!
A NEW AND MODERN
Beauty Shop
Take advantage of this quick, efficient beauty service In
this most modern of beauty shops, where you may obtain
any beauty service at a pleasantly moderate price! Every
operator is competent and skilled in the newest scientific
methods, to give you the upmost in service!
FEATURING
SHAMPOO AK|Y
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MANICURE 3 ■ ■ ■■ ■
EYEBROW ARCH V, |
HAIR CUT F0R
PERMANENT WAVING, from_1_3.50 to 6.50
FACIALS, soothing to jaded nerves_75c to 1.50
WE SPECIALIZE IN HAIR TINTING
Coldenberg’s—Second Floor
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