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Fairfax Seeks Potential
Users in Plan to Extend
Power Lines.
Special Dispatch to The Star.
FAIRFAX, Va., July 13.—Spurred
by a promise from the Rural Electrifi
cation Administration of either direct
or indirect aid in the expansion of
electric service into all Fairfax
County communities where there is
sufficient demand, citizens last night
launched a survey of potential power
With survey blanks prepared by
officials of the Virginia Public Serv
ice Co., in co-operation with a com
mittee from the county, key worker*
in the various rural communities In
tend to gather statistics for two
Last night’s meeting was addressed
by representatives of the Virginia
Public 8ervice Co., who explained
their willingness to co-operate in the
expansion program where enough
subscribers are assured.
The survey blanks, it was explained,
do not commit any person to take
electrical service if line extensions are
made, but will serve rather as a check
on how many are interested and what
—lUlpment they would probably use
15 they had electricity.
tfhtil the survey is completed, it
feas emphasized, no approximate fig
ures even can be given regarding the
cost to the individual subscriber.
Montgomery F. E. R. A. Adult
Education Head Makes Plea
for Use of Equipment.
Special Dispatch to The Star.
ROCKVILLE, Md„ July 13.—The
welfare sewing groups that have been
formed in Montgomery County as
part of the P. E. R. A. adult educa
tion program are in need of sewing
machines, It was stated today by
Frank E. Sutch, county supervisor of
the F. E. R. A. classes, who desires
persons willing to lend machines to
notify him at Rockville.
Two of the sewing groups have
already begun to function and two
others plan to start soon. The in
structors are furnished by the F. E.
R. A.
Sutch would also like to hear
from persons desiring employment as
gardening and canning instructors,
preferably those who have had col
lege training in agriculture and home
economics. A large number of gar
dens have been planted in the county
under the F. E. R. A. program and
it is planned to form classes in can
ning within the very near future.
Step Taken After Membership
Lapse of Several Years.
By a Staff Correspondent of The Star.
COLLEGE PARK, Md., July 13 —
After a lapae of several years, the
University of Maryland has rejoined
the American Council of Education.
It was announced today at the office
of H. C. Byrd, acting president.
The council conducts investigations
to improve administration and in
struction In institutions of higher
Return From Abroad
Supreme Court Justice Harlan Fiske Stone and Mra. Stone as they
returned aboard the S. S. New York from ft motor trip through England,
with plans to spend the remainder of the Summer at Isle Au Haut, Me.
They are shown on deck of the liner. —A. P. Photo.
July Specials
Regularly $1S
TS YOUR Hair tired looking? Colorless? Dry
A and brittle Lots of women find their hair gets
that way. But don't despair ... a Special Aivlys
Oil Permanent will act like magic to revive the life
and natural color of your hair. Moreover, an oil
permanent provides th most perfect of foundations
for the new summer coiffures.
Special price on Vita Tonic
Permanents, regularly 7.50, for
Visit Our New Air^onditioned
Beauty Salon—Balcony
July Clearance Sale of
Silks & Cottons
This is an extraordinary economy event, for many of the offerings are
exceptional purchases, while other items are from our own stocks, at
greatly reduced prices.
Lace Crepe
All-Silk Prints
Flat Crepe
1.19 Silk and
—in white and pastel
1.39 Printed
$1 Bemberg
Triple Sheer
—in a good variety of
In the cotton group are thousands of yards of fabrics at tremendous concessions.
These are a few of the many items . . . there are scores of others equally important:
39c Hollywood Printed Swiss . 29c yd.
75c Cotton Corde Lace . . 49c yd.
50c Gingham Swiss . . . 36c yd.
29c Hollywood Voile . . . 19c yd.
49c Woven Seersucker . . 29c yd.
39c Tropical Lace Voile . . 29c yd.
59c Sanforized Voile . . . 45c yd.
Palais Royal—Second Floor
| I , I 'I Recently enlarged and stocked with the
S I Jlir I pnnincf I lhrar\/ newest books, is now offering special
V-/UI LClIUlIll' LwlUI di y low rates for Sommer. No deposit oor
• O * membership fee required.
Palais Royal—Main Floor.
The Most Important Fur
Announcement We Have Made
in Months!
Fur Coat charge pur
chases will be made on
November bills if de
sired. A small deposit
will reserve any coat you
select until November,
Take advantage of our
new “Letter of Credit”
plan of convenient pay
„ ioi*1
It starts tomorrow... offering values even greater
than in former Fur Coat Sales—good news in
a season when radical fashion changes demand
that you have a NEW COAT! Select from:
Northern Seal Caracul Gray Dyed
Hudson Seal P°"> Um\ r
.Dred Mvukrut, Premier North- Leopard Cat
Silver Muskrat „ r •
n » ern Beaver Lapm
nllSUail liftt (Coney) (Rabbit)
To Select Your Coat in T his Sale Means I ou Get a
59.75 Coat
Less 20%... for
69.75 Coat
Less 20%... for
$75 Coat e S A
Less 20% .... for ^
89.75 Coat "T1 80
Less 20% ... for / §
* $95 Coat ff-7 /
Less 20% . . . for * / Q
$100 Coat $QA
Less 20% ... for Q ^
$110 Coat $QQ
Less 20% ... for Q Q
$125 Coat $1AA
Less 20% ... for ^ |
$155 Coat Jin/I
Less 20% ... for |
$235 Coat SI Q Q
Lei* 20% ... for | OO
$330 Coat $OA>l
Leu 20%, for
Now on Display
on the Third Floor

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