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Lobster Thermador Includes shoe string potatoes, bread, butter, coffee, tea, milk or glass beer. ij From the Atlantic Ocean Terns Cove Oysters Served Any Style Served Friday and Saturday 12 Aoon to Midnight •(Vgtiu J Sea Food Restaurant Beer, Wines. Drinks 1011 E St. N.W. MEt. 6547 [ broth, fried scallops. Saratoga potatoes. Mexican salad home made rum buns, bread and but ter. This does not include beverage. \ Never i Closed • • I Row O'Donnejjj | -SEA GRILL } Etc. 1207-122! E ST. N.W. Shaw Students Step Up Pace In Salvage Paper Campaign ' Committee Pushes School to Third in Division Ranking Shaw Junior High School, which up to this week has been lagging in The Evening Star-Parent-Teacher Association Salvage - for - Victory campaign, came through in Tues day’s collections with the sixth largest total collected from a single school in a single day since the start of the highly vital defense program and jumped to third place in the second district. Shaw pupils turned in a total of 2,325 pounds. According to J. G. Logan, Shaw principal, a committee appointed to take charge of the campaign has served notice on other schools that Shaw intends to gain first place. Three Surpass Half Ton. Besides Shaw, three other schools exceeded the half-ton mark, two of them almost making a full ton. They were Chevy Chase Elementary with 1,944, Wheatley with 1,904 and Woodridge with 1,308. Other schools showing excellent progress over last week’s collections were Brookland. which nearly dou bled the previous mark; Taft Junior, which leaped from 270 pounds to 759; Langdon, from 310 to 840; Langley Junior, from 130 to 435; Emery, from 170 to 673, and Terrell Junior, which increased from 60 to 886 Drive Steps Up Pace. The response so far this week has been encouraging. Many schools early in the campaign depended for the paper on only a few pupils, who immediately realized the seriousness of the need for scrap paper and kept their schools in the program of collections. The faith'ul partic ipation by these few has inspired others and the drive is gaining momentum rapidly. Up to now two schools have made two tons in one day, one a ton and a half and four a ton. With the enthusiasm being shown in such schools as Jefferson Junior, the city leader; Roosevelt High School, the runner up, and Bancroft, Shaw Junior, Takoma Park Elementary, Bethesda. Barnard and Central Paper Collection for Tomorrow The following <4 the schedule for the salvage for defense paper collection, with the five leaders in district No. S and their pound-' age to date: Kingman _2,661 Kenilworth __2,003 Blow-Webb .1,905 Eliot Junior_1.694 Smothers __— 1,315 Phelps Hayes Browne Junior Logan Stuart Junior Maury Lovejoy Carberry Edmonds Ludlow Madison Peabody Blair Seaton High School, the half-ton schools will be just run of mine, with the leaders finding their place in the three and four ton groups. Named for Promotion Three Washingtonians are on a list named for promotion by a Navy Selection Board yesterday. Lt. James S. Bierer is recommended for lieutenant commander in the Sup ply Corps, and Lt. (j. g.) Charles H. Keyser and 'Allen B. Reed were named to become lieutenants in the same branch. 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