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Dubuque Telegraph Herald (Newspaper) - December 18, 1960, Dubuque, Iowa Gushing Over performance actress Lucille Ball gets congratulatory hug from Vivian Vance in new Yorkus Alvin theater dressing room Friday night following miss balls opening in the Broadway musical miss Vance appeared with the Star in the a i love Lucy television series. The musical is about Oil prospecting Days in the Southwest. A photo fax time running out for vets to collect korean Bonus Des Moines it a it Iowa vet a cram of the korean conflict were advised saturday they have Only until dec. 31 to file applications for their War Bona. The Iowa korean Bonus Board plans to ask the 1961 legislature to extend the deadline until june 30, 1963 to give Veteran addition a1 time to file application. Ray j. Kauffman Board executive Secretary estimated there Are about 7.000 veterans and beneficiaries of veterans who probably qualify but who Haven to filed Bonus applications. He said the Board had paid $19.-1 605,652 in Bonus Money through last week. Payments have averaged about $245 each. A we Are encouraging application filing before dec. Jim said Kauffman a because we done to known whether the next legislature will Grant us an Extension of the past Legislatures however have been favourable toward such extensions 1,545 disallowed by dec. 15, the Board had received 83,693 Bonus applications. Of these Kauffman said 80,213 were paid 1,565 were disallowed and 1,915 applications Are pending. The Board made its first pay. Ments on sept. 19, 1958�?about 24 months after it began operations. At its Peak of operations a in August and september of 1958�? the Board had 56 employees. It is Down to six employees at present including two investigators checking on residence requirements of applicants. The korean War Bonus was enacted by the 1957 legislature after Iowa voters in 1956 approved a $26 million Bond Issue to pay for the Bonus. The Bonds drawing 24 per cent interest annually Are to be paid off in 1978. Iowa in one of is states that Are paying or have paid a Bonus to veterans of the korean conflict. Kauffman said there have been a few problems in the administration of the program. The major one accounting for % per cent of the disallowance so has been in connection with residence requirements for the applicant. Bad discharges in addition Kauffman said several applicants were turned Down because of undesirable or bad conduct discharges from service. He said some other claims were not allowed because the applicants were attending the naval Academy at Annapolis or the military Academy at West Point at the time of the korean War and were not actually on Active duty. Kauffman said there have also been about 80 court cases filed by applicants who had been turned Down. One of these involved a German immigrant who formerly lived in Des Moines. The immigrant had lived Here four months after coming from Germany and then was drafted into the army. He served a tour of duty from january of 1951 to january of 1953, but was turned Down for a Bonus because he did no to meet the six month residence merchandise certificates available in denominations from $1 upwards Here is the gift that lets them get exactly what they want youngsters. Compliments their Good buying judgment. Gives them experience in choosing for themselves teens. Their wants Are Many and often they wont express them. Here s a Way to let them gratify that secret wish Young marrieds. They need so much. And who knows just what they do need better than they themselves love you for this oldsters. Often hard to buy for. But with years of experience behind them. They be chosen so often at Rosheka t religious. The minister. The priest nuns seminarians Brothers. They be served you Well. And have their special needs Alum office fourth flour South Shell love world famous fragrances and you find the finest of All of them at Rosheka Shell revel in these exciting fragrances. S Christmas bouquet overflowing with Rich scents of rare aromatics and wondrous Flowers collected the world Over pressed and distilled into great perfumes prestige accomplishments of the great perfumer so Art. Fragrances delicate As a whisper and bold proclamations All to surround her and Surprise her with loveliness. 1. Shalimar. Enchant her with this truly exotic fragrance one of the Superb achievements of Guerlain. Colognes $3. Toilet w Ater $$.50 dusting powder $7.50 Talcum $2.25 perfume at it $10 $18 $�?~25 2. Arpee by Lanvin. Perfume Spray $5, Cologne Mist $3 dusting powder $3 Talcum $2, soap $2 perfume $4 to $23.50 s. Chanel #5. Perfume Spray $3 Spray Cologne $3 eau de Cologne $3.50 to $15. Bath powder $3 Talcum $2.50. Perfume $3 to $20 4. Fame by Corday. Spray fan de Cologne $3.50 and $3.50. Bath powder $2.50 and perfume $3.50 to $12 5. Be Heiens by Worth. Eau de Cologne $$,75 to $7.50 Bath powder $7.50 Talcum s3, gift package of purse perfume and Cologne Only $3-perfume $3.30 to $20 0. Lasso by Jean Patou. Eau de Toilette $0 Par Fum $3 to $23 a a. Quot Jay eau de Toilette $j2 and $20. Dusting powder $7.50. Soap $2.50 Par Fum $12 to $27.50 7. Intoxication by do orsay. Spray Cologne $3.75 a a a Spray concentrate $3 Bath powder $3 perfume $3.25 to $11. Also a Large selection of a divine from the House of of orsay. 8. Tabu by Dana Spray Cologne $3. Mist concentrate. Perfume $3 to Sio also available in Quot Bonyo age a and "20 9. Elizabeth Arden Crystal aerosol atomizer. New. With Oer 2 h metered sprays. Holds 2k drams Quot Blue grass Quot on Dit Quot or a Memoire Cherie $3.50 10. Chantilly by Hou brigant. Hermit que atomizer $7 eau de toi a Lette Spray Mist $3.50 and $4.75. Bath powder $.h5 $2 $3.75. $5 perfume $3 11. A Griffe by Canon. Spray perfume $3,30 a a a perfume $4 not shown be Lodgia Fleurs de Rocaille and suit do Noel Christmas night eau de Toilette $6.50 parfume $11 to Al prices pin Federal excise tax toiletries main floor North i the gift from Rosheka is the gift you give with Pride the Telegraph Herald Dubuque lows Dee. 18, i960 a Quot a a i shop monday 9 a. M. A til 9 p. M

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