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It’s a “color” year, and here’s your colorful All-wool Suit, in florist's shades of Purple, Red, Blue, Green or Black. Top it with this striking Satin-bound All-wool Coat, in Black or Navy ... for dramatic contrast. Each 35.00 Companionable coats and suits fill the seat of honor at L. Frank Company today. Meant for each other . . . and meant for you! You may indulge your flare for color in a suit, with a darker coat for accent ... or ehoose both in perfect matching shades. Tailoring is precise with "different" details. Materials are luscious. Quality is undeniable. And, most important, prices ere economical, where they ought to be! SUITS—SECOND FLOOR COATS—FOURTH FLOOR Others 25.00 to 69.95 L. Frank Co. Miss Washington Fashions 12th and F Struts LET'S ALL BACK THE ATTACK—BUY BONDS NEW MEMBERSHIPS SET RECORD—Granville Gude (right), president of the Washington Board of Trade, and Clarence W. Gosnell, chairman of the Membership Committee, are shown receiving from Edmund O. Carl of the Membership Committee the 1,000th application for Board of Trade membership sub mitted since the beginning of the current administrative year last May 1. All records for new memberships on the board have been broken since Mr. Oosnell has headed the Mem bership Committee. —Star Staff Photo. 56 D. C. Selectees To Report Tomorrow Fifteen District men have been ordered to report for Induction at the Navy Recruiting Station to morrow while 41 men who have been on poet-induction furloughs will go-on active duty in the Army and Marine Corps. Those reporting to the Navy are: Dickens. Louis Pontes, Albert Holder, George C. Strewn. Harmon H. Weiss, Edward Wirsehlng. 8. A. Dalsell, Howard D. Porter, William M. Baylor, William A. Brown. James R. Johnson. Samuel L. Jolly, Albert B. Mitchell, C. V., Ir. Thompson, John Q Thompson. Mearn U The following men, inducted Into the Army January 20, will report tomorrow: Mancus, Eugene E. Zipp. John E. Murphy, Bernard W. Jenkins. Walter I. Whitt. Albert D. Brown, Leonard M. Stein. Irwin B. Raymond. R. C Mazltis, Alex L. Moore, Samuel W. Hahn. Samuel 8. Stanley. Herbert H. Werner. Richard F. Rotan. Vincent A. Cook, Thomas D. Keahey. Jay Troiano. Frank F. Yazte. Eddie 8. Ward. Harmon W. Maeuire. F. L. Ooncannon. M J. Mensh. Sheldon Dare. Charles K. Nichols, Calvin J. Oardner. Rufus R. Rawlins*. Irvin W. Wsters. Phillip O DeJoseph. Frederick Mowbray-Clarke. J. B. McCormick. J. X. Saynes, Bam reene. William C. Hooker. Edward H. Douslas. W. W. Hayes, Edward Little. Robert Bowles Thomas H Hushes. Arthur P. Gripper, Willie The following men, inducted into the Marine Corps January 27, will report tomorrow: Johnson. Coleman C Bennett. Charles R. AMG Asks Grace Moore To Form Opera Group Br the Associated Preoe. NEW YORK. Peb. 9—Opera Singer Grace Moore says she has been asked by the Allied military: government to form a company of, American opera stars to perform soon for troops in Italy at the 200 year-old San Carlo Opera House in Naples. She said selection of singers, chosen from a list of those voted favorites of the troops In a poll, was under way. The operas to be sung, she added, also were selected by a soldier poll, the first two re- ! quests being “La Boheme’’ and “La Tosca.’’ Miss Moore said she hoped the Naples performance could be given! by early summer. I Adams Named to Direct WPB Durable Goods Unit Appointment of Stanley B. Adams as director of the_Conaumer Dur able Goods Division pf the War Pro duction Board was announced to day by L. R. Boulware, WPB opera tions’ vice chairman. Mr. Adams has been with WPB and its predecessor agency OPM since May, 1M1. He served succes sively as assistant chief of the iron and steel branch, special assistant Wanted to Buy $ SILVERWARE ANTIQUES—RUGS FURNITURE-CHINA IRIC-A-IRAC PAINTINGS—IVORIES ESTATES WANTED EXPERT APPRAISER OLD ANTIQUE HOUSE 817 PA. AVE. NA. 5699 4th War Loan—Avenge the Men of Bataan A she walks in beauty ... SOFT SUEDES Soft as a pussywillow and black as soot in the lightweight suedes that you'll wear all summer, too. Open shank pump illustrated is just one of several new models designed by La Valle for us alone in Washington,. Pair, $1575. Beautiful Shoes, Second Floor I | Julius Garfinckel & Co. F Street at Fourteenth " — ' ’ — j OPEN THURSDAY TIL 9 P.M. SPERLING'S FUR CLEARANCE Exceptional furs, chosen and fashioned with Sper ling's exceptional standards of quality-perfection ... are brought to you in this clearance, at im portant reductions. Whichever is your favorite, and whichever you choose, you'll secure a lasting fur of outstanding merit. .. and for less than your fondest anticipations! Fur Sizes Were Now 3 Northern Flank Sable-dyed Muskrat Coats_9,10, 11 $245 $195 2 Mink-dyed Southern Back Muskrat Coats_12, 16 $245 $195 * 1 Natural Grey Squirrel Coat_14 $295 $195 1 Natural Grey Squirrel Tuxedo Coat_12 $350 $245 1 Northern Back Sable-dyed Muskrat Coat_11 $295 $245 1 Sable-dyed Squirrel Coot-16 $295 $245 1 Black-dyed Persian Lamb Tuxedo Coat-'_14 $395 $295 I Black-dyed Persian Lamb Tuxedo Coat_11 $395 $295 1 Black-dyed Persian Lamb Stroller_16 $450 $335 1 Black-dyed Persian Lamb Coat_L__20 $450 $335 I Black-dyed Persian Lamb Fitted Coat_16 $495 $^65 1 Black-dyed Persian Lamb Tuxedo Coat_IS $495 $395 1 Black-dyed Persian Lamb Tuxedo Coat_IS $695 $495 Price* Subject to Tax x 709 13 ST. N.W. CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED LET'S ALL BACK THE ATTACK—BUY BONDS! I to the director of materials, and special assistant to the director of priorities. In late 1943, Mr. Adams joined the staff of the Office of Civilian 8upply, as deputy director of the metal and mineral division and later became director. He retained the same position when the Office of Civilian Requirements was formed. Mr. Adams previously had been employed by Dravo Corp., Pittsburgh. . FINAL FOB CLEARANCES At William losandorf's Your Time to Save Grows Shorter We Urge Your Immediate Action 2 Regular $125 tl IE ★ Northern Seal-dyed Coney now *££Q 3 Regular $285 tIAE ^ Black Persian Paw Coats..now * IHjl 3 Regular $248—-Natural tl*VE Silver Muskrat Coats_now * I 3 Regular $325 fOilE ^ Sable-dyed Muskrat Coats ..now 2 Regular $375 £4f)E ^ Hudson Seal-dyed Muskrat, now */llJ 2 Regular $268 S1AE Lovely Black Pony Coats_now tax extra ^ -- ■■ Store Hours Thursday 9 A M. to 9 P.M. 121S C STREET NORTHWEST Matter Furrier for Over Three Decadet * Reduced for Quick Clearance . . . Important Investment Savings for You In the past the majority of these coats might have been known as a col lection of luxury furs! In 1944 they're no luxury! On the contrary they're super investments! The finer the quality—the more wear you'll get out of your coat for the long pull ahead, and it's the long pull you're buying for now! Settle your fur-future tomorrow, choose from unquestionable quality all fine, fresh skins, all at low Final Sale prices! Deferred pay ments moy be arranged. All prices plus 10% Federal Excise Tax. JVe list only a few of the many available values Sal* Q000, Orig. Price 4 Black-Dyed Persian Paw Coats_150.00 110.00 1 34-inch Natural Rare Opossum Coat_275.00 195.00 1 Ocelot Coat-295.00 195.00 1 Baum Marten-Dyed Skunk Coat_350.00 250.00 * 1 34-inch Baum Marten-Dyed Skunk Coat__375.00 250.00 1 Fitted Ocelot Coat-395.00 250.00 2 Sable-Dyed Squirrel Coats_395.00 295.00 * 5 Black-Dyed Persian Lamb Coats_395.00 295.00 4 Natural Grey Squirrel Coats_425.00 395.00 1 Natural Grey Sqyirrel Coat_450.00 395.00 1 Sable-Dyed Squirrel Coat_425.00 395.00 7 Black-Dyed Persian Lamb Coats_495.00 395.00 1 Natural Sheared Beaver Coat_450.00 395.00 1 Let-out Natural Jersey Muskrat Coat_595.00 495.00 3 Black-Dyed Persian Lamb Coats_595.00 495.00 1 Natural Sheared Beaver Coat_550.00 495 00 1 Natural Sheared Beaver Coat_795.00 725.00 1 34-inch Natural Ranch Mink Coat_1295.00 1150 00 1 36-inch Natural Wild Mink Coat_1495.00 1350 00 Open Thursday 12:30 to 9 P.M. _ 1110 F St. N.W. _[