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o LET'S ALL BACK THE ATTACK WITH EXTRA WAR BONDS! HELP BRING THE DAY OF VICTORY CLOSER! ^3^ HABERDASHER HA. M40 1310 F SmiT i FAILLE IN A STRIKING BLACK SUIT-DRESS FOR SPRING / Unmistakably spring news > from the young "Dandy" jacket > to the detachable bow-tie vestee in sky-blue or pink. Staccato contrast against black rayon faille. Sizes 1 2 to 20, $25 STROOCK t WOOL ARISTOCRAT IN A SPRING COAT CLASSIC It's Stroock's luxurious "Cloud Drift" fobric, plus masterful tailoring that sets this topcoat in a class by itself. The right weight to service your entire spring wardrobe. Natural, green, purple; sizes 10 to 20, $49.50 % SHI! *411« % on FINE FI R FONTS JUST 29 COATS—NOW REDUCED TO TAX EXTRA *339 NORTHERN BACK MUSKRATS Mink or soble blended with tuxedo front or shawl collars. Turn-back cuffs. In Jr. sizes 9 to 13, or Misses' sizes M to 42_T_NOW $279 ‘325 FINE NATURAL TIPPED SKUNK Boxy lines, collarless, with border sleeves. Sizes M to 18_NOW $279 *345 HUDSON SEAL DYED MUSKRAT Boxy lines, shawl collars, turn-back cuffs. Sizes 1 6 to 20_NOW $279 *345 SILVER BLENDED RACCOON Shawl collar, boxy lines, border-type sleeves. Sizes 14 to 18_NOW $279 *365 TIPPED AUSTRALIAN OPOSSUM Shawl collar, boxy lines, natural shoulders. Size 16 only _NOW $279 TAX EXTRA Buv Your Fur on Our Convenient Payment Plan V 4 No Area in District f Free of Delinquency, | Citizens' Group Told Not one community in the District is free of juvenile delinquency, Capt. IRhoda Miliken, of the Women's Bureau of the Police Department, told the Connecticut Avenue Citi zens’ Association last night. According to a map in her bureau, Ii Capt. Miliken said, there isn’t one 1 area which did not have a black or red dot denoting child delinquency. Many people, she said, were not willing to share the burden of stop ping delinquency in children and were leaving the job up to the police ' department. “Police are not nursemaids to children.'’ was Capt. Miliken's com ment. It is up to the citizens in the community to help relieve the burden. In another address before the group, Mrs. Edward A. St. John, vice chairman of the Red Cross Speaker’s I Bureau, told of the need for more blood plasma and of the need of their support in the Red Cross drive in March. “A longer list of blood donors,” she said, "will mean a shorter list I of casualties, so give your life’s i blood.” After Mrs. St. John’s address, William Clark presented a resolution for the association to donate $50 to the Red Cross. The resolution was adopted unanimously. The association also adopted a resolution asking the inclusion of funds in the 1945 budget for a psy i chiatric clinic in the Juvenile Court, j They also favored the appoint i ment of notaries public by the Dis trict Commissioners instead of by President and the FBI. On recommendation by Miss Elizabeth R. Groves, the association voted to buy a $100 series G War Bond. „ The meeting, held in All Souls’ Memorial Parish Hall, Woodley i place and Cathedral avenue N.W.. was presided over by Harry C. i Grove. Two Iowa Convicts Flee;i | Break Third in 5 Weeks I Py the Associated Press. ; ANAMOSA, Iowa, Feb. 4.—The ( third break in five weeks occurred at the State Men's Reformatory last night when two convicts escaped. The warden's office identified them as Bernard Sweet, 19. Clarion, who was serving 10 years for forgery, 1 and Paul Smith, 22, Spencer, who 1 was serving a 10-vear burglary term. The men were working under guard at the institution's dairy barn I when they dashed into the dark jness before shots could be fired after them, the warden's office said. Deaths Reported Ferdinand Diegelmann, 11. 3108 D at a* 'Nicholas Stembler. PI. 1101 28th st se Samuel A. Drury. 8il, 3318 Feaaenden it. ‘ n.w I Irene R V. Brown. 16. Toledo. Ohio Marie Maret. 16. 2118 Kaiorama rd. Thomas A Weaver, 14. 3.322 Prospect ave 1 John F. Downs. 14, 1302 \arnurn st. Albert C. Hayden, 12. llfil B st. ae George J Crook. *2. 2518 Cottage pi n e Beda Cassidy 66. 822 Shepherd st n w Emma B Barker, 65. 1210 34th at. i t. 1 j George Kirkland. 65. 1106 B n e Charles Williams. 63. 5010 5th st n r. i Nellie Schultz, 60. 5320 8th st. n w i! william D Eiiett, 5P. 5035 Lowell pi. n.w. ; Lula Berger. 51. Arlington. Va, Mlmi C. Hurtl, 46. 1115 P st. n.w. Dorothy L. Howard. 31. Bradbury Heights, Md. i Alonzo W McAleer. Jr.. 8. 1634 G at. s e Infant Gerald Glaubitz. Hyattsvllle. Md ! Andrew Jackson. 82. 104 12th st. (John D. Redman. 16. J Cooks ct a e Margaretta Williams, in, 508 N st. nw 'Emma Jackson. 10. 512 Fenton pi, nw Reuben G Maloney 41, 836 M st n w .Infant Christine Scott. 1810 3rd st. nw Infant Carol Taylor. Takoma Park. Md Births Reported i John and Elizabeth Adams, girl I Jack and Miriam Abrams, girl I Eduard and Genevieve Armstrong, boy. I John and Betty Baldwin, boy ' Richard and Ann Bi&seU, jr . girl. Joseph and Fay Bowman, boy Joseph and Mary Brown girl. I ! John and Dorothy Carlton, boy. | Hugh and Ada Carroll, girl i C Thomas and Nancy Clagett. boy ' Clayton and Helen Collins, girl Leicester and Regina Cook. boy. James and Evelyn Corbett, boy. ( John and Margaret Dervan. girl. Sherwood and Helen Dogs'*, girl Charles and Mildred Donovan girl. Albert ai d Helen Dougherty, boy. Paul and Mary Fagan, girl. Thomas and Marv Finucane. girl. Robert and Marion Fleming, girl. Robert and Sybil German, girl. 'Joseph and Hazel Gibbs, girl (Woodrow and Dorothy Gleason, girl. Flovd and Elsie Goode boy. Peter and Agnes Grille, girl, j William and Eetsy Guthrie. jr.t boy. Robert and '’lara Hatch, girl. William and Helen Hughes, boy. Raymond and Miralotte Ickes, girl. I Salvatore and Frances Junta, boy and girl. Oliver and Margaret Kihchel. boy. Ernest and Kathryn Jones, boy. Kemper and Katherine Jones, girl. Irby and Frances Jones, boy. Charles and Mary Langley, boy. 'Joseph and Rose Lembo. girl. Samuel and Doris Levy. girl. Ernest and Virginia Lindburg. boy. I Allan and Clara Lutz. girl. Le Roy and Irene Marceau. girl. Thomas and Helen Meeks, boy. Thomas and Thelma Middleman, girl. John and Shirley Myers, girl. George and Virginia Mockacee. boy. Ralph and Lucille Musolf, boy. ; Alan and Violet McBride, boy. Dennis and Florence McCarthy, boy. Joseph and Sarah Newbury, boy. Joseph and Marv Norris, girl. Arthur and Julia Palmer, boy Kenneth and Mauna Queen, boy. Max and Marjorie Reid. girl. William and Gertrude Renfro, girl. ; Harold and Irma Selquist, boy. I Joseph and Lennie Settle, boy. Jack and Edna Stacey, girl. Arthur and Jean Stellhorn, girl. Winter and Helen Stevens, girl Richard and Mariorie Stewart, girl. Eddie and Lila Stoneman. girl. Cvril and Frances Sumner, girl. Clayton and Ann Traft. girl. (Edwin and Maxine Weeks, jr.. girl. Walter and Yvonne Whalen, ooy. Llewellyn and Florence Young, boy Paul and Charlotte Zimmerman, boy. Herbert and Lavinia Blount, girl. James and Louise Burch, girl. Edward and ^dele Doty. girl. James and Edith Foster, toy. (Charles and Jeanette Frye. girl. Howard and Pauline Kisner. boy. Samuel and Mildred Smith, girl. f | r i i Don’t take needless chances I with untried remedies. Relieve I miseries this home proved, double-action way. *° PENETRATES f to upper breathing If passages with medi I cinal vapors. \ STIMULATES \ chest and back sur \ laces like a warm ing poultice. ^•kiho roa Now to get 11 tue benefits of this combined PENETRATING STIMU'.ating action as shown above, just rub throat, chest and back with Vicks TapoRub at bed time. Ther ... see how this fam ily standby goes to work Instantly -2 waysatonea-to relieve cough ' mg spasms, ,se muscular sore ness or tightness — bring grand i relief from distress! Its soothing 1 medication invites restful, com I forting sletp-and often by morn f lng most of the misery of the cold ' is gone. Tonight, be sure to try ^ : y^Vicks VapoRub. Two Men Arraigned Here On Narcotic Charges Eng Shea Yat, 34. and Harry Eng, 45, both of the 500 block of H street N.W., were arraigned yes terday before United States Com missioner Needham C. Turnage on a charge of violating the Harrison Narcotics Act. They both pleaded not guilty, and the cases were con tinued. According to the Federal Bureau of Narcotics, Yat, who had been under observation for two months, was picked up after he had made a delivery of narcotics in the 500 block of H street. Yat obtained the supply of heroin from Eng, who was the wholesaler, narcotics agents charged. Approximately 5,800 grains of ASIAN ARTS CHINBSB SCR BENS. JEWBLRY, SILKS. FURNITURE. LAMPS. Etc. 1518 CONN, AVE. TEL. DU. 4535 heroin and equipment lor diluting it were found in Eng's house, agents said. Bond for Yat was set at $2,000 and the case continued until Feb ruary 15. Eng’s bond was set at $5,000, and the case continued until February 18. Harvard Club to Meet Dr. William M. Mann, director of the National Zoological Park, will speak on "Solomon Islands as I Knew Them” at the Harvard Club luncheon at 12:30 o'clock tomorrow at the Annapolis Hotel. Scfu/rutteri* HI ■" * » ""'ey \ Portraits of Qujlity J /j Give your \ V PHOTOGRAPH / / «• .) \ BIRTHDAY GIFT / | Underwood l ( Underwood / J Portraits from $25 a Dozm \ 0 Thur. ’til 9 P.M. Sun. 12-4 ) •J Telephone EMersoti 0200 (• / Connecticut Ave. at O \ Part wool, part ra\on is this comfortable cardigan, sweater. Ideal for slipping over a dress, or with a blouse and skirt when you feel a bit chilly. Sizes / 34-40. 8.95 Sweaters—First Floor MR. FOSTER'S rzrtup Thirteenth between F fir G Republic 3540 Woodward & Lothrop 10th, 11th, F and G Streets Phene District 5300 t FLOWER5 Wonderful to have them going to your head . . . wreaths and garlands and bou quets of flowers transformed into the fetching little bonnets and half hats obviously created for spring, 1944, blooming. An extra heartbeat for the man across the restaurant table every time—and it will be often—that he looks your way. Woodward & Lothrop has cultivated a whole garden of them for you. Priced from $5 to $10. a .. brightly blooming bonnet of synthetic straw, $5 b . . twin-garland calot with the new w-i-d-e look. Synthetic straw, $7.50 c . . half-a-bonnet, semi-circled with hyacinths. Black fur felt, $10 W&L—Millinery, Third Floor. Buy a Bond—and Autograph a Para chute Bomb to Go to Hitler or Hirohito Victory Booth, First Floor.