3 lbs. in
Every year thousands of Washingtonians await this
tasty Thanksgiving treat! 3 whole pounds of fruit
cake chock full of goodies, redolent with spices—all
flavored with just the right amount of brandy. Be
sure you have your fitting climax to an old-fashioned
Thanksgiving feast. Buy for Christmas, too!
THE PALAIS ROYAL . . CANDY DEPARTMENT, FIRST FLOOR
Buy Defense STAMPS and STAMP Out the Axis
This Week to Plan
Christmas Seal Sale
Three meetings will be held to
morrow and Tuesday in connection
with preparations for the launching
on November 22 of the 37th annual
Christmas seal sale of the District
The first will be a meeting of
members of the Seal Sale Commit
tee at 4 p.m. tomorrow at the asso
ciation’s headquarters, 1601 Eight
eenth street N.W. Brig. Gen. Frank
T. Hines, administrator of the Vet
erans’ Administration, is chairman
of the committee.
The other two meetings have been
called by the committee in charge
of both sales. One, scheduled for
8 p.m. tomorrow at the association’s
headquarters, will be attended by
representatives of the Women’s City
Club, Catholic Daughters of Amer
ica, B’nai Brith, the Jewish Con
sumptive Relief Junior Society, the
Women’s Christian Temperance
Union. Trinity College Alumnae, the
District Congress of Parents and
Teachers and other organizations.
The other Booth Sale Committee
meeting will be held at 11 a.m. Tues
day at the headquarters. Present
i will be representatives of the Ameri
can Legion, District Federation of
j Women's Club, Washington Council
of Church Women, Jewish War
I Veterans, Order of the Eastern Star
and numerous parent-teacher asso
ciations and other groups.
The annual seal sale is the sole
j support of the year-round tubercu
losis control work of the district
association. Ninety-five per cent of
the income from the sale remains
in Washington, while the remain
ing 5 per cent goes to the National
Tuberculosis Association. The sale
continues until Christmas.
Catholics Urged to Fight
intolerance in America
By the Associated Preia.
BUFFALO. N. Y„ Nov. 13— G.
Howiand Shaw. Assistant Secretary'
of State and president of the Na
I tional Conference of Catholic Chari
ties. said tonight that Catholicism
j is a “revolutionary, dynamic force"
and called on Catholics to make a
, determined fight, against intolerance.
Suggesting greater co-operation
between Catholics and non-Catho
lics, Mr. Shaw declared in an ad
i dress at the conference’s 29th meet
j "One of the great problems arising
| out of the war will be liquidation of
hatreds and bitterness which it has
engendered. As Catholics, our part
in the solution of that problem must
it least be a determined fight against
any and every movement of in
tolerance In our own country, against
any movement which seeks to deny
to any individual or to any group
the right to contribute to society the
best of which that individual or that
group is capable.”
Any compromise on the treatment
of racial minorities "in our Amer- j
ican democracy would be disastrous
for us.” he asserted.
Owner of Checks Missing
Thirty checks, payable to bearer,
totaling $18,710, and two I. O. U.'s
for $60 and $100, were left on the
seat, of an omnibus In Buenos Aires. I
Argentina, and the police are trying :
to find the owner. j
CHARLESTON, S. C.—TOUGH,
BUT HE MADE IT—Washed |
overboard in a storm preced
ing the Allied invasion of Gela,
Sicily, Bos’n’s Mate Maurice
Kenneth Begner, former Chi
cago police sergeant, floated
nearly nine hours, was picked
up by an Allied vessel, trans
ferred to an Amercain sub
chaser and reached his own
ship in time to participate in
the landing. Injured later, he
was brought here for treat
—A. P. Wirephoto from Navy.
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'Charmed' Room Brings
Marriage for WAVES
Ej the Associated Preaa.
its last 12 occupants in the last tw«
years h*ve married, a “charmed”
room in Smith College dormitory,
now the sleeping quarters of
WAVES, has a “waiting list a mile
long,” says the college paper. Scan.
The latest occupants of the room to
win husbands were two WAVES.
Gas Lights installed
After Power Break
By the Associated Frees.
COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa. —
Council Bluffs is going back to gas
lights—but only in emergencies.
The City Council authorized in
stallation of gas lights in the police
station after a recent break in power
lines caused a blackout over most
of the city and considerable con
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Store Hours, 9 A.M. to 6 P.M.
Tobacco Men Organize
Growers of tobacco In South Af
rica are organizing co-operative
groups to acquire Improved seeds,
fertilizers and equipment.
Eire Seeks Gold Deposits
Eire has completed a compact
with an English company to pros
pect for coal at OdHia and Farn
lough, County Tyrone.
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* Hand Soaps
* liletal and
* Paste Wax,
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Generously Cut for Window Beauty
2l/i yds. long
100" wide the pair
Look at these generous measurements! Imagine the
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. . . modern textured rough prints. Fully lined or
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Hand-hooked rugs are an American tradition ... an
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designs are expertly styled and made in well-blended
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Note the rich patterns ... the firm hand construction.
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Appropriate Lighting for Every Purpose
Lamps can be a pleasure—as well as a protection_to
your eyes! Choose gracefully styled lights that fit into
the decorative scheme of your rooms ... add beauty
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TABLE LAMPS. Lovely vase-like pedestal of china
elaborately decorated with floral designs. Blue, maroon,
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