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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, February 28, 1936, Image 24

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L. Frank Co.
The Store of Youthful Fashion*
F St. at 18th N.W. NAttonal 57«0
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TRANK'S DECLARES ITS BEST SUITS'
WE FEATURE SIX SPRING FAVORITES
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Junior tizei, 11 to 17 Misses sixes, 12 to 20
"The Mannish"
The man-tailored suit favors
one - button - length style in
sharkskin and her
ringbone_ ^
Looks like Paris
in Spring
PARIS last week
. Leave it to Rizik's to bring
you at populor prices chopeoux
with oil the smartness and
beauty of the brilliant Paris
openings, but wearable enough
to suit American women.
RIZIK'S this week
We feature: new Margot brims,
s Gibson Girl sailors, Horr.burgs,
suit brims, bretons . . . leather
‘ iveil or flower trimmed. |
Good range of colors and
fieadsizes—
• .$5 ."d “p
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I RIZIK I
BROTHERS
| ! 1213 F Street !
PIANO DONATION NEEDED
BY COMMUNITY CENTER
■ Mtftical Programs Are Arranged
j for Bummer Presentation in
Sylvan Theater.
Plans for musical programs in the
National Sylvan Theater at the Wash
ington Monument next Summer are
well under way, according to the Com
munity Center department, but unless
some generous individual donates a
piano to the committee in charge,
the festivals planned will be about
as harmonious as a badly worn nickel
odeon.
Two pianos have been donated to
the committee in recent years, Mrs.
& K. Peeples, chairman, said today,
but both are worn out.
A new piano—one sufficiently tough
to withstand rain and heat on an out
door stage for approximately three
months—is the essential need, she
said.
PUP SAVED FROM ICE
Pour Bisk Allegheny Biver Flood
to Bescue Canine.
PITTSBURGH. February 28 OP).—
Four men risked the flooded Allegheny
yesterday to rescue a shivering, name
less collie pup, adrift on an ice floe.
The collie was stranded on a 500
foot cake which crashed against a
bridge pier and left the dog on a
piece only 100 feet long and about 30
feet wide.
“ ui uiu» was aouDie jeopardy,
and that the District Commissioners
only could suspend or revoke the per
mits of drivers and that delegation
of that power to the board was illegal.
Williams’ attorney also maintained
that the defendant had not been con
victed of a speed greater than 35
miles an hour, because the charge
was •‘driving at a speed greater than
22 miles an hour.” Traffic Police
man E. Grimes of precinct 4, testi
fied that he had paced Williams at
38 miles an hour on Nichols avenue
near Highview place.
Case Under Advisement.
M. O. Eldridge, chairman of the
board, advised Williams that the case
would be taken under advisement and
a recommendation would be made to
the Commissioners, who would make
a final decision on the recommenda
tion after consulting corporation
counsel.
A second appeal from the board’s
ruling was heard by the board later
in the afternoon when Nathan M.
,,Lubar 1529 Sixteenth street, an at
torney, sought to have set aside a
30-day suspension order issued Janu
ary 27, after he had been convicted
in Police Court of going 42 miles an
hour January 17 and fined $10. His
case, which involved no challenge of
the board's power to make suspen
sions. will also be referred to the
Commissioners with a recommends
tion for finul a.rt.inn.
LEGALITY TESTED
Appeal Made to City Heads
From 30-Day Permit
Suspension.
The District Traffic Bureau yester
day had its first test an the legality
of its program, inaugurated January
15, of automatically suspending per
mits of drivers
convicted in
Police Traffic
j | Court of speeding
more than 35
| j miles an hour.
The test arose
on an appeal to
the District Com
missioners from
the ruling of the
| Board of Sus
pensions and Re
vocations of
; j Drivers Permits,
j which February 2
I c. h. wuiiami. «*P*nded Tor 30
days the permit
of Charles H. Williams, 1400 Good
Hope road southeast, Navy Department
engineer, after his conviction in Police
Court.
Counsel Questions Program.
Legality of the board's program
was questioned by counsel for Wil
liams, Robert I. Miller, who claimed
suspension of a driver's permit after
ON OUR BUDGET PLANmmmmmmmm .
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i Frank * famoat Blouta Shop—Main Floor |
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6. The new Chinese influence
blouse in loce in Pas
tel shades. Sizes <5.00
32 to 38.
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5. The new pleated frill blouse
in very fine quality
"ep*Siz,s32to$6.00
W*
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4. A lace edge frill blouse in
White and Pastels. <tA (V)
Sizes 32 to 38. —
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3. The new "Tea Time" blouse.
White and Pastels. QQ
Sizes 32 to 38----~ *
\
l. Handkerchief linen blouse
with tucked shirt bosom.
White ond Pastels. (VI
Sizes 32to38,._.^*W
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1. Handkerchief linen blouse
with tucked front. White
and Pastels. Sizes Ql)
32 to 38.*
TAILORED OR FEMININE, WE FEATURE
SIX FAVORITE "SUIT MATES"
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Feoturing the new Heart-shaped
collar, in a very fine new fabric.
Navy, grey and $39.95
dawn blue_
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The new teo time with wolf
edge collar features the new
shoulder treatment. The suit
comes in navy, grey
and down blue - -
Suit Shop—Fourth Floor
"The Tea Time"
The stroller swagger model has
a new sleeve and new button
treatment down the
bock. Grey and $]9.95
beige_
"The Stroller"
The new swagger length, fea
turing the mid-Vic
torian sleeve in
grey and navy_ *•* * *'
"The Swagger"
New vogue in mon-tailored
suits, in o very fine herringbone
fabric with braid $79 95
edge- J
"The Gibson Girl"
Modern Grip-Arm Club Chair
With Pillow-Top Ottoman
«
The idea of the wood “grip-arm” is to save the wear
and tear that falls first at this point. The natural
moisture of the hands cannot injure the upholstery
either. Sturdy construction and the very height of
comfort in its depths. Tapestry upholstery.
LANSBURGH’S—FIFTH FLOOR
This Lounge-Type Occasional Chair
is Very Large and Comfortable
In spite of the small price, do not con
fuse this with the usual small pull-up
chair. This is large enough for your
weightiest friends. Observe the dignified
carvings and the gracefully shaped, yet
comfortable back. Covered in either
rust, green or brown.
LAXSBURGH'S—FIFTH FLOOR
6 pieces, including spring and mattress
COLONIAL SOLID MAPLE
• Dresser with Mirror • 4-drawer Chest • Full
size Bed • Full-size Sprites • Cricket Chair • In
nerspring Mattress ? <1.95
The picture shows the real "homey' charm of its simple lines and ^
austere proportions, but you never can appreciate it fully until P^P-W 7
you see the deep honey tone and feel the sturdiness of the con- vn D»viui>v-r
struction. The glazed chintz dress on the cricket chair gives a rAiMlvNT.
touch of puritan gayetyl Small carTying charge
LANSBURGH'S—FIFTH FLOOR if bud°ttei
Pegged Maple Sawbuck
Solid maple! Simple lines to meet your modern
furniture on equal footing; put together with a UlUI'v
sturdiness to last a lifetime. The benches tuck in
when not in use. So add the virtue of space-saving
to its other good points! *
LANSBURGH’S—FIFTH FLOOR.
Student’s
Bookcase
Keep your schoolbooks in.
>rder—it helps 1 Walnut
inish; 32 inches hi|h, 18
vide and ll/t deep. Ne
>hone, mail or C. 0. D.’s.
LANSBLRGH’8—FIFTH FLOOR
BOOKfi CLOSED! All charge purchases made Friday a^d Saturday will appear on Inarch bills Payable in A prill*

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