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See Pact as Model for For Reconstruction Friendliness of U. S. And Britain to Plan Reported by Exiles By BLAIR BOLLES. The pattern for the whole recon struction of Europe, including coun tries now fighting against the United States, has been established by the action of the Polish and Czecho slovakian governments in exile in their agreement for a post-war con federation between the two nations, the envoys of the two governments said at a joint press conference at the Polish Embassy here yesterday. Ambassador Ciechanowski of Poland and Minister Hurban of Czechoslovakia said that the 14 point confederation plan had been shown before its adoption to the governments of the^United States and Great Britain and that neither power had raised any objection. “Both governments have been vpry friendly to our efforts,’’ Am bassador Ciechanowski seid. but neither he nor his colleague could report that Washington and London had actually approved the plan. The two men assumed that they had tacit approval of the two fore most United Nations powers. "Work For Peace.” A definite basis for envisioning the new Europe is at hand in this pro posed confederation plan if it has the blessing of the United States and Britain. The Polish-Czech con federation will work in close co-op eration with the Yugoslav-Greck confederation, which has been pro Marriage License Applications Under D. C. law, couples must apply for a marriage license on one day. u'ait three full days and receive them license on the fifth day. Sundays and kotidays are counted the same as other days. Dwight H Smi!"y. Hfi. Alexandria V»_ and Loretta T Johnson. 23. .<0.33 O n w . thp Rpv Howard E Snyder. Jame<. F V^uchar. 21. Law^enreburg. Tern ard Dir"?h’- F Smith. IP. Leoma. Tenr> : thp Rev S F F^e. John E Con" 20 P22 6th st n.e and Alim V R-ices 20 W’nston-Sal**m. N C the Fr\. John C EMI. Er^der ck A PM"* 53 *Vr* Monroe. Y" ^ ann Nancy H VrD*',vf*l!. "I. 2. • >. 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Robert Martin. 24. and Lucille Porter. 24. both r* 121 H st. s.w ; th" Rev. James T McGee Claude A J Sweeney. 31 Kansas City. Mo., end Carolyn P White. 10. 1651 Lament st. n.w : the Rev. Francis P. Wagner. Edward M. Castle. 26. Oshkosh. Wis,. and Dorothy A Johnston. 23 3333 Cleve land Rve. n.w.; the Rev Robert L Keesler Ma tthew J Waltz. 26. Army War College, anti F'orence J. Lobb. 24. Brooklyn. N. Y : the Rev. Thomas A. Morrison. Robert E. Doty. 20. and Vivian M. Picht. 19. both of 2019 Massachusetts ave. n w.: the Rev, H. M Hennlz Julius r Mincosky. 23, si? IVcatur st. n.w . and Leah R Iseroan. 29. Harts ville. S. c the Rev. Henry Sesal. CNnstonher Ferguson. 25. 1593 oth st n.w., «nd Annie O. Murray. 21. 435 Columbia rd. n.w,. the Rev. John L. Henry. John D Jones. 19. 4004 Fitch pi. n.e.. and Catherine M. Pitman. 18. 507 Kastle pi. n.e.: the Rev. T. E. Hopkins, lewis W. Nelson, 24, 45K 9th st. sw and Christine E Foxx. 18. 405 Delaware a\e s.w.: Judge Nathan Cayton. We'Iev Maxtor. 40. 1417 A st. st., and Viola N. Jackson 31. 1544 1st st. se ; the Rev B. H. Whiting. Be-moor Rosenfle'd. 24. 177! Massachu setts ave. n w . and Edith E White. 22. 1028 Connecticut ave. n.w.; Judge Robert E Mattingly. Cary M Euwer. 27. Upper Marlboro. Md . and Mary J. Stanley. 20. 2701 Chesa peake st. n w : the Pev. E P Wroth 8t«ohen Whitcomb 25. Fairfax Va . and Dorothy Dunklin. 21. Fort Smith. Ark ; Canon Charles W. F. Smith Filmore E Bowler, jr . 18. and Ethel L. Dyer. 20. both of 820 B st. s.e ; the Rev. Elmer A Wilcher. Knrico J. Martello, 21. New River. N C. and Julia A. Fattone. 22. 2445 15th st. n w the Rev. Cornelius Darey Kenneth E. Helms. 24, Marine Barracks, and Lorraine Br-dges. 19. 1918 D st. n.e.; the Rev. Leslie L. Bowers. Ja-oes p Bateman. 22. ©uantlen. Va . and Guay C. Whltinz. 22. 4129 4th st. nw ; the Rev. Charles W. Wood. Issued at Rorkville. Thomas F. O’Brien. .36. Marttn.burg. W Va,. and Edna C. Manuel. 40, Bolivar. W. Va John R Richards. 21. and Alice E Hold en. is. both of Washington Jerrv Battlp. 25- Washington and Ruth St"wart 2.3. Chevy Chas". Md Da-id S Servis ‘14. and Eieanore Seiger. 2.3. both of Philadelphia. Pa James F Moore 25. Fort Belvoir. Va.. and M. Gertrude Amos. 24 Hopewell Va Charles Clinton Harley, in. and Doris Josephine Tapscott. 19. both of Wash i"g’on Horace E Wallirh. 44. Germantown. Md . and Frances E Smith. .34. Wash ington. Charles Hugh Barnes. 2H, and Elnora Caroline Knee. .32. both of Silver ! Spring, Md. i iiiiKeep Linger’s in Mind —so that when you are need* ing Bedroom Furnishings you'll know where to come for expert advice on the selection of the proper Mattress and correct type of Springs. They are health helps, you know— and sound sleep for perfect rest depends upon the Inner spring Mattress and Box Springs. If they are not right —you won't feel right. You can depend upon Linger Serv ice. Use Our Budget Plan HOT’S 925 G St. N.W. _NAtionol 4711 Estab. 1865 1 jected on the same general lines. The details of the latter confederation plan were announced In London a few days ago. "The principal point,” Minister Hurban said, “is that we are not only fighting with the Allies, but that we are already working for the peace. “It is not the aim of the demo cratic powers just to crush the totalitarian powers, but to secure peace for everybody. Including the people we are fighting.” Report Approval by People. Ambassador Ciechanowski said I that the confederation plan would be submitted to the Polish and Czecho-Slovakian nations when they have once more attained their free dom. Both envoys said thev had received reports from Poland and ' Czecho-Slovakia that the people there strongly favor the confedera tion plan. “We consider the federative prin ciple to be the soundest one. It is directly opposed to what Hitler calls 'the new order'—which is a new definition for world slavery,” he said. The application of this sort of plan to Germany probably would have to await the re-education of the younger generation of Germans and their abandonment of totali tarian ideals. Ambassador Ciecha nowski said. He said flatly that in his estimation the present Germany would not fit into the “democratic and constructive” scheme which his government has negotiated in London. Junior Board Co-operates In Social Hygiene Day Members of the Junior Board of Commerce today will take blood tests during participation in Na tional Social Hygiene Day at the Southwest Health Center of the District Health Department, The group will be headed by Millard F. West, jr„ president, and Paul D. Guernsey, chairman of the board’s Public Health Committee. Tests will be made by Dr. George C. Creswell, chief medical consultant at the center. The board, further will participate in the observance by sending a dele gation Tuesday to a luncheon of i the District Social Hygiene Society Woodward & Lothrop I01*Ir*F and O Streets Pboxe District 5300 9:30 A.M. Is a Good Time to Begin Your Shopping—and We Are Open Until 6:15 Daily Men — an opportunity like this is an occasion to pocket considerable savings on One and Two Trousers Suits Tweed, Cheviot Topcoats Suits—were $40, $45 ^ Topcoats—were $40 120 handsome suits—one and two trousers models in a good selection of patterns and fabrics. Single and double breasted models for business and dress—reduced from our regular stock. Sizes: Regulars, 3 6 to 46; Shorts, 36 to 42; Longs. 39 to 44. ' 65 well-styled topcoats—handsome, easy-fitting raglans and set-in sleeve models, in an ideal weight for Washington's variable weather. Blues, browns and grays' in plain and mixed patterns. Sizes: Regulars, 35 to 46; Longs, 40 to 44. Last two days—Men’s Annual Winter Reductions Men's I, 2-trousers Suits Regularly$45, $50 $41.50 Men's Topcoats, Overcoats Regularly $45, $50 $39.50 Students' 2-trousers Suits Regularly $27.50, $29.50 $24.75 All properly lobeled as to material content The Men’s Store, Second Floor. Savings—Rich Mink-dyed and Sable-dyed Muskrat Coats *165 Regularly $195 and $225 Regularly $265 The seasons favorite for glamour—your favorite for wear and rich flattery. Muskrat dyed in the rich tones of Mink or Sable for loveliest effect. In the group—styles for misses and women. A genuine oppor tunity for you wisely looking ahead. All prices plus 10% tax For Salon, Third Floor. Smart Costume Jewelry one-of-a-kind pieces you treasure for their unusual charm, very special All prices plus 10% tax 220 pieces altogether—lovely pins, some spray de signs and some the duette style that break apart into two clips; brccelets, clips, earrings and neck laces— smartly stone-set metal, rhinestone, and enamel pieces at very worthwhile savings. Costume Jewelry, Aisle 5, First Floor. Week End Candy Special This tempting treat for you and your guests — chocolate— both light and dark varieties — covered nuts and fruits 2 pounds _ Candy, Aisle 14, First Floor. Save 25% to 331/3% on this new purchase of Wool Broadloom Carpet Rugs These are ends of rolls accumulated by manufacturers from our orders—qualities that cost considerably more. All have finished ends, ready for immediate use. I H’ould | I i St2f Color 14’enre i regularly Now I be j 9x9.11 Florentine Red (Plain_| $72 80*1 $39.50: 115x20 9;jode Green |Twist ( S509.30 ' i$169.50| |15xl68jTan (Plain | $251 15 |$159.50| |9xll lliBrown_ITwist_| $12900* | $87.50| 112x11 BjGreen (Twist | $162 30 I $89.50 J12x29 (Blue (Fig Axm~| $196 20 ($139.50! ] 9x93 IBeige (Plain ('ess than Vi I 524.75; [12x11 9(Toupe (Plain | $110 55_J $72,501 Rugs, Sixth Floor. j W’ou/rf | | Size Color Weave regularly Now | i _! be 12x12 2|Sp>cetone [Plain | $11620 I $74.50 12xl66jPeach_[Plain | $15690 $110.00! 112x 13 3[Tan_/loin_| $9145 | $49.50; I 9x5 2 IBurgundy_|Twisf_| $50 36 | $29.50! | 9x5.3 [Fig. Axm. [Plain j $45 20 I $29,501 I 9xH.9tBlue [Ptain I $107.85 l"$72.50! |T2xl2 3[Be;ge [Plain | $97 50 | $49 50? [12x13 9[Gregn [Plain | $11950 j $74.50[ Long-coveted Bedspreads Now Yours at Very Generous January Savings Sun Spun Chenille Bedspreads, one of which we show, of softest baby chenille in two tones . _ _ —delectable shades—fresh with the fresh ness of cotton. Twin or double size _ w Two-lone Cabin Craft Bedspreads in a closely spaced all-over pattern of cotton 'fV95 chenille. Many colors, twin or full size_ ^ Cabin Craft Hobnail Tufted Spreads of soft c a 95 white cotton. Twin or full size_ Bed wear. Fifth Floor. Super-X Movie Film Reduced V2 Special, S|-7o List price, $3.45 25 rolls 16-mm Super-X movie film, 50 feet to the roll. These films are all near expiration dates, but will give normal results if used before such date. Cameras, First Floor. in Barker Hall. Next Thursday Dr. Otis L. Anderson of the office of the assistant surgeon general, division of venereal disease control, Public Health Service, will speak at the luncheon meeting of the board in the Annapolis Hotel. Gives $600 to Red Cross MANASSAS, Va., Jan. 29 (Special) —Mrs. W. L. Lloyd, chairman of the Prince William Chaptre. American Rod Cross, announced yesterday that $600 has been contributed to date toward the $2,000 quota assigned the county. Mother to Be Sentenced For Killing Her Infant Federal Judge William J. Camp bell of the northern district of Illinois, here on temporary duty, tomorrow will sentence Miss Helen G. Jackson, 21, colored, convicted of manslaughter in connection with the death of her 6-month-old infant Daughter Jane last September 5 in a room in the 1800 block of Cali fornia street NW. \ A District Court jury yesterday found the accused guilty of man slaughter. The defense, conducted by At torney Henry Lincoln Johnson, Jr„ sought to prove that the defendant dropped the infant accidentally and that it had died from the effects of | the fall. Sorority Chapter to Meet Epsilon, province of Alpha Zeta Beta sorority will hold its regular business meeting at 8 p.m, Monday at the Wardman Park Hotel. Guest speaker will be Miss Mary K. Browne of the Office of Civilian ■ Defense, who will stress the neces I sity for physical fitness. kro Too Troiklu vltk lut GARLIC, rtgnlorly nttd, It •• |t \ tfftcti** oil in rnlitting High \ U\Vp \ Blood *i«wt tymptom. \ '' nft \ D GOSEWISCH S okhMH \ ^1% ^ l# \ Garlic toMttt or* 0 -ei\Qv\ -BiiLii mu immi* •* kfMtk. .V-.rffftVKVi Abtoh*oty whiHhtt, photon* 9 \ ohowoWn I An condv, 2 wankr a ' \ tappiy.Mc. S tnookt', jua At Liggett's, Whelan and others. WOODWARD 6 IOTHROP DOWN STAIRS STORE 10th, 11th, F and G Streets Phone District 5300 Friday—Remnant Day Remnant Day Merchandite it not returnable or exchangeable; not tent C. O. D. or on approval; telephone or mail ordert not accepted. Some itemt are toiled, marred or damaged. Store Opens at 9:30 A.M.—you can shop early in the day, or until 6:15 if you desire Wool Sweaters $|.50 S|-95 Were $225 and $2.95 70 Cardigans and slip-ons; many with hand-embroidered designs and applique trimming, sizes 3* to 40 in the group—black, maize, blue, brown, beige, green and white. 15 Two-piece Suits, Including smart jerkin suits and two-piece classic suits. Rayon crepe in novelty weaves. Some with pleated skirts. Colors are rose, brown, green, red in the group. Sizes 12 to 18. Were *3 95. Now *2.95 35 Evening Blouses of rayon: long sleeved sheers, brocade jacket types and rayon satin blouses. White, green, red, maize and blue in the group; sizes 32 to 38. Were *3 and more. Now_ $1.95 80 pieces Sportswear clearance; wool sweaters In bright colors, ray on tailored shirts and cotton shirts in white and some colors. Were *1 18 and more. Now _ 75e Down Stairs Store, Sportswear. Women's Hose, 68c Seconds 500 pairs 3 and 4 thread hose— some all-silk and some with cotton or rayon tops and cotton reinforced soles. In new shades; sizes 8% to 10>'2 in the lot. Down Stadis Store, Hosiery. Handbags, *1 Manufacturer’s seconds 88 smooth simulated calfskin bags in black, brown, tan and navy blue —large, roomy style*, some with inside slide-fastened pocket*. Down Stairs JStore, Handbags. Costume Slips, $|25 Manufacturer’s seconds 90 slips of rayon satin with cotton lace trim: also tailored styles In tearose only; sizes 34 to 40; not all sizes in every style. 95 Cotton Slips, manufacturer’s seconds; mostly built-up shoulder style in white; sizes 34 to 50 in the group. Special_ 88c Down Stairs Store, Costume Slips. Women's Rayon Underwear Manufact- SOc urer's seconds 250 pieces, including panties, vests and bloomers of 2-bar tricot knit rayon, in tearose: large size only. Down Stairs Store, Underwear. Parka Hoods, 65c Were SI 75 hoods of wool and rayon and some cotton. In combinations of white, red and green. Each is marked as to fabric content. 35 Women's Hats of fur felt and wool felt. Dark colors, dressy and tailored style. Small and large sizes. Were $1.95 and more. Now _... $1 Down Stairs Store, Millinery. Misses' Fur-trimmed Coats, J| 8 Were $29.75 7 casual and sports coats, fitted and box styles in brown and tan tweeds, trimmed in raccoon fur. Each coat properly labeled as to fabric content, Sizes 12 to 20. 7 Women’s and Shorter Women’s Coats in dressy and sports styles. Natural and black box and fitted types. Each properly labeled as to fabric content. Sizes 32'i to 4112, 40 to 44 Were S16 95 and more. Now $12 50 4 Misses’ Casual Coats in wrap-around and fitte d styles" Red, tan and green’ 100% wool. Sizes 10. 12, 14, 18. Were $16 95 and more. Now U0 2 Misses' Coats in black fur fabric, 62% mohair, 38% cotton. Fitted style, size 16. Were $19 95 Now . $12 50 Down Stairs Stori, Coats and Suits. Women's and Misses' Dresses, *4liw,rfS7M t ■ ana more 45 dresses of rayon crepe in mostly one of a kind styles, tailored and soft dressy types. A few wools in misses’ sizes only. Sizes are broken. Down Stairs Store, Dresses. Rayon Dresses, $295 Were*$3.9S and $4.95 75 women's and misses’ dresses in dressy and tailored styles, suitable for immediate wear. In blue, brown, rust, black and oxford. Also a few two-piece suits included in the group. Sizes 12 to 20, 38 to 42. Not every size in each style. SO# Maids’ Uniforms and Button-front Dresses, manu facturer's seconds In cotton percale, seersucker and broadcloth. Prints, blue, green, yellow, peach, aqua. Sizes 12 to 44 Not each style In every size. If perfect would be $2.50. Now__$1.35 Down Stairs Store, Inexpensive Dresses. Women's Slippers 95c and *| 45 Were $125 and more Over 200 pairs of Shearling boots, scuffs, hostess D’Orsay types in a variety of solid colors and some multi-colors. Satins, kidskin. cotton chenille, sheepskin with hard or soft soles. Sizes 4 to 9. 100 pairs Shoes in sports and dressy styles. Famous name shoes in suede, calfskin, kidskin, combinations of suede and alligator grained calfskin. Black or brown. Very broken lots and sizes. Sizes 4 to 9. AAA to B Were *3.95 and more. Now $1.45 and $2.85 Down Stairs Store, Womens and Childrens Shoes. Men's Shirts, Special $I13 Irregulars 300 of white cotton broadcloth or plain and fancy patterns. Collar attached styles. The ma jority are Sanforized-shrunk (residual shrink age less than 1%). Sizes 14 to 17. 5*5 pairs Men’s Sample Hose of cotton-and-ravon and cotton. Blues. gTeens, brown and wines in fancy pat terns Including stripes and checks. Regular and anklet styles. Sizes 10 to 12. Special.5 pairs for $1 246 Men’s Ties of rayon, ravon-and-silk and wool and silk mixture weaves. Blue, green, wine in plain colors and fancy patterns. Were 50c and more. Now 25c 112 pieces Men’s Underwear, undershirts and shorts. t87S'".- cotton. 12>2^ wool.) Small, medium and large sizes. Were, each 55c. Now 39c. 3 for $1.10 10 Men's Robes. Blue, green, tan. Sizes small, medium and large. Each robe is labeled as to fabric content. Were $7.95 and more. Now..$5 Down Stairs Store, Men’s Apparel. Knit Creepers, 65c Manufacturer's irregulars 154 cotton creepers In white, maize and pink. Sizes 1, 2, 3. 99 Boys' Cotton Wash Suits, manu facturer's Irregulars. Two-tone and solid colors, closed neck and open sport neck style shirts, in royal, wine, light blue and tan. Sizes 1 to 6 ..75c Down Stairs Store, Infants' Apparel. Girls' Jackets, s|55 Manufacturer’s closeout 59 girls' wool jackets, manufac turer's closeout of much higher priced merchandise. Plaids and checks, double and single breasted styles. Sizes 7 to 14. 73 Girls’ Wash Frocks in prints, stripes and plaids of cotton or spun rayon. Broken sizes 7 to 14. Less than price. Now_75o Down Stairs Store, Girls’ Apparel. Boys' Union Suits 75C Were SI and SUO 39 winter-weight union suit* tn cotton, cotton and wool, short leg style. Sizes 6, 7, 8. Each garment is labeled as to fabric content. 35 Cotton Undershirts in athletic and short sleeve styles. Sizes 28 to 34. Were 50c. Now 35c, 3 for $1 12 Oxford Cloth Shirts, in white cotton, button-down collar. Size 10. Were *1.15. Now _85c 5 McGregor Coat Sweaters, slide fastened front, in green. Each gar ment is labeled as to fabric con tent. Were *5. Now_ *3.75 Down Stairs Store, Boys' Apparel. Separates for Juniors $2 95 each Were $3K , 41 100% wool Jersey skirts with neat, unpressed pleats and match ing shirtwaist blouses. In red, green, navy and soldier blue. Broken sizes 9 to 15. 51 Plaid Dresses of spun rayon, one and two piece styles with pleated skirts. Assorted colors, broken sizes 9 to 15. Were S2.95. Now _11.50 Dcwn Stairs Store, Junior Misses' Apparel. Unusual Values on Sale Friday Morning at 9:50— (not remnants) Boys' and Youths' Shirts Specially Priced, 88c Would regularly be $1.15 1.200 shirts m an excellent assortment. Choose from plain or fancy patterns in white cotton broadcloth, regular collar styles. Also a few sports Down Stairs Store, Boys’ Apparel. Special on MenAs Shirts, Shorts, each 28‘ The undershirts are of soft, washable ribbed cotton, knit to fit comfortably. The neat tailored cotton under- 4 for shorts ore fully cut ond sturdy "grippers" fasteners stay in place os well as aid in quick dressing. Striped . patterns. Majority are Sanforized-shrunk l less than 1 % §| residual shrinkage! Shirt sizes 34 to 46. Shorts 30 to 44. Down Stairs Store. Men’s Apparel. Women's and Junior Misses' Shoes 300 pairs in pumps and oxfords, mostly calfskin in tan (*^ 95 or black. They are the low-heel casual style. Sizes AAA to C, 4 to 9. Not every size in each style. Special Down Stairs Store, Women’s and Children’s Shoes. Women's Mid-season Hats Special 150 wool felt hots with brims, in both becoming bonnet J| 25 end off-the-face styles. Some ere trimmed with veils. |‘ Dark and pastel shades, adjustable head sizes. Down Stairs Store, Millinery. Cotton Chenille Robes Special 78 robes in wrop-oround style, easy to get into, com fortable to wear. Sizes 12 to 18, in blue and red. Down Stairs Store, Underwear. neck styles in white are included. Button-on blouses, sizes 5 to 10; junior shirts, sizes 8 to 12; youths’ sizes, 12% to 14%. Women's Rayon Gloves Special 250 poirs women's neatly tailored gloves. Slip-on style. White, beige, black and brown. Broken size QQ range. Regularly in stock at $1. Special_ Down Stairs Store, Gloves. Girdles Specially Low Priced 120 girdles of cotton ond royon combined with elastic to give smooth control. In snug-fitting pontie and 4 garter styles. Tearose only, sizes small, medium ond large. Down Stairs Store, Corsets. Evening Skirts Less than 72 Price 50 skirts of rayon Bengaline and moire, cut in full ct or and gracefully flaring lines, mcely detailed, slide-fastened *|' placket. Black only. Sizes 24 to 30. Dows Stairs Store. Sportswear. *p Good Looking Evening Blouses Reduced 75 blouses of rayon velvet, brocade, sheer and lace, in jacket and tuck-in styles. There is an interesting 95 variety of colors—blue, green, red, gold-color, black and many color combinations. Sizes 32 to 40. Reguiarly $5.95. Doww Stairs Store, Sportswear.