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■" UNIFORM BOWMAN FIELD, Ky.—Second Lt. Betty M. McCrahon of the 1st Troop Carrier Command here at the Olider Crew Training Center, wife of former Capt. Edward H. Mc Orahon, 417 Thirty - fourth strspt N.E., has been promoted to first lieuten ant. She has been on duty here since last October. A former em ploye of the Netherlands Em bassy, Lt. Mc Crahon enlisted In the WAC In September, IMS, *-*• *• **• sucnhm. and was commissioned the follow ing May upon graduation from the officer candidate school at Fort Des Moines, Iowa. Before entering the service she was active as a volun teer worker In the Red Cross Motor Corps and the American Legion Auxiliary. FORT OGLETHORPE. Ga.—Lt. Sophie Keller, assistant adjutant and billeting officer here at the 3rd WAC Training Center, has been or dered to Fort Washington, Md., to attend the Adjutant General’s School. A Federal Civil Service em ploye for eight years, Lt. Keller, prior to enlisting in the WAC, was employed as secretary to the per sonnel officer. Engineering Corps, War Department. A graduate of Monroe Business College and New York City College she was commissioned last April upon graduation from the officer candidate school at Fort Des Moines, Iowa. Her brother, Pvt. Murray Keller, is serving with the Army Air Forces in England. Pvt. Lucille Cohan, cousin of the late George M. Cohan and wife of Michael J. Co han, chief clerk, Selective Serv ice System, 3900 North Fifth street, Arling ton, '/a- has completed her basic training here at the 3rd WAC Train Center, well-known radio personali ty, Pvt. Cohan is the former “radio shopper” and was known Lucille c»bu. as Nancy Dixon and Jean Abbey. She was also the Federal Food Reporter on the Home Service daily program and active in the organiza tion of the Stage Door Canteen. Fifteen WAC recruits from the Washington area have arrived here at the 3rd WAC Training Center for their basic training. Seven who enlisted in the Army Air Forces branch include: Pvts. Wilda tSIsPniTH: ID.. IFIKSHTIIN© ME Sergt. Paul J. De Marco, Jr., ion of Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. De Mar co. 4412 Brandy wine street N.W., is spending a furlough at home. Stationed at Camp Gruber, Okla., Sergt. De Marco Is a water purification su pervisor with the Army engineers. He is a graduate of St. John’s College, and en tered the service last July. Sertt. D« Marcs. ENGLAND.—Sergt. Stanley Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. William Jones, 9906 Indian lane. Silver Spring, Md., is in an aircraft in strument repair shop here which recently established a new record. Aided by the arrival of new equip ment and working at top speed, the shop surpassed the former record output in the European theater by 60 per cent BALTIMORE, Md. — Carmel Erskine Hayslette, 1160 Owen place N.E., recently was enrolled in the Maritime Service here. LAMBERT FIELD, St. Louis, Mo. —Naval Aviation Cadet Lloyd W. McChesney, 4000 Bladensburg road, Cottage City, Md., has been trans ferred to Corpus christi, Tex., for Intermediate flight training. KINGS POINT, N. Y. — Cadet Midshipman James Edward Hallock, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hallock, 2544 Seventeenth street N.W., has graduated from the Merchant Ma rine Academy. After qualifying for a license as third officer in the Mer chant Marine, he will be commis sioned an ensign in the Naval Re serve and go on active duty. DAVIDSON, N. C.—Pvts. G. Brad McGowan, 210 Buffalo avenue, Takoma Park, Md., and Truman H. Aehle, jr., 914 Delafield place N.W., have arrived at the college train ing detachment here at Davidson college for pre aviation cadet instruction courses. ' PACIFIC AREA. — Able S e r, n a n son W. Edwards, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earle T. Ed wards, 4905 Byers street S.E., is aboard a mer chant vessel in this area. He re ceived Merchant seaman Edwarda. Marine training at Sheepshead Bay, N. T. CAMP BARKELEY, Tex. —Lt. Sidney Simkowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simkowitz, 1521 Critten den street N.W., recently began training here at the medical re placement training center in the Medical Administrative Corps Offi cers’ School. CAMP LEE, Va.—Second Lt. Nathaniel L. Johnson, ICO Rhode Is land avenue N.W., Is attending a specialized course here at the quar termaster school. NEW CALEDONIA.—Tech. Sergt. Raymond F. Dowell, son of Mrs. Hattie Dowell, 129 Ingraham street N.W., had been awarded the Good Conduct Medal while serving here with a service command headquar ters. Sergt. Dowell, who formerly worked for the Morning Side Laun dry in Silver Spring, Md., has been overseas IB months. SAN ANTONIO AVIATION CADET CENTER, Tex.—Five cadets from Washington are attending the preflight school for pilots at this center. They are Nelson Bennett. 6044 Ridge drive; Nelm B. Clark, 113 South Clifton terrace; Earl W. Gwin, 4817 Lasalle road N.E.; Theo dore R. Kramer, 1718 Ktlbourne place N.W., ana Ernest B. 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Yard, both pf 1738 M street N.W. . Two who win serve with the Army Sendee Forces are Pvts. Mary BreUo, 1822 Massachusetts avenue N.W., and Margaret C. Cable, Arlington Farms, Arlington, Va. Six who enlisted for general as signment are: Pvts. Vena B. Hefner, 1438 Minnesota avenue S.E.; Olive A. Merrill, 1011 Seventeenth street N.W.; Velma J. Peddtcord, 1327 M street N.W.; Margaret C. Smith, MM Chesapeake street Jf.W.; Ada P. Wldger, MM Wisconsin avenue H.W., and Jane L. Wolford, 38 Pair haven avenue, Alexandria, Va. Sergt. Beverly Thy bony, Marine Corps Women's Reserve, who Is sta tioned In the personnel division at Marine Corps headquarters here, re cently became the bride of Lt. Thomas Boyajy, who Is attached to Marine Aviation Material at Cherry Point, N. C. The marine sergeant, whose home is in Wilmette, 111., enlisted in the Reserve a year ago. The bride was given away by Master Technical Sergt. Blair Montgomery, Marine Corps, of Hyattsvllle, Md.. CAMP LEE. Va.—Pvt. Ruth L. Major, daughter of Mrs. Noll* O. Major. 1419 Chapld street N.W., has boon on duty hare with a WAC detachment since last November. She Is workihg as a chauffeur In the camp motor pool. A graduate of Chevy Chase High School and formerly employed as a telephone operator, she enlisted In the WAC last September. FORT DES MOINES. Iowa.—Pvt. Marjorie V. Baker, 621 Fourth street NJ5., was a member of a WAC unit which recently left the 1st WAC Training Center here for duty with the Army at Fort Bennlng, Oa. Wanted: Waste kitchen fate to make explosives for oar gone! Save yean. Take them to yoor meat dealer. Tardy Income Taxpayers Worry Virginia Officials Or the AimcUM Pm*. RICHMOND, Feb. 38 —Virginia Income tax officials, like Income tax payers, have their troubles, too. Hie deadline for filing returns is just a matter of weeks, less than three weeks to be exact, and N. B. Early, internal revenue collector for the State, is still expecting returns from approximately 800,000 Virginia taxpayers. To date about 100,000 persons have filed returns, the internal revenue head said, and of those received between 40,000 and 60,000 are tax able and the remainder nontaxable. The collector expects 400,000 more taxable returns and 300,000 non taxable returns by the March IS deadline. Third Service Test Slated The third Army-Navy college qualifying test for the Army special ised training program and the Navy college program V-13 will be given at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School at 0 am. March 15, Thomas W. Pyle, principal, announced last week. Grease makes gunpowder! Save waste kitchen fata Take them to your meat dealer. for all figure at mil good storm pMAPt >Y CKOWN COHStT CO.-H Y.l ——1 ■ ' ————p———————■■ Tomorrow—9:30 A.M. Until 6 P.M: \ Leap Year Clearance! Spring merchandise pouring in makes it necessary to sweep the decks clean of clearance merchandise. The savings are emphatic. Why don't you come? Sales must be final! No mail or telephone orders. Pinfittings, 25c. • FUR COATS—Third Floor 5— 198 Seal-Dyed Coney Coats, 858 (pins 16% tax)—In Junior dsas 8 to 15. 6— 8888 Black Dyed Persian Lamb Coats, 8845 (pins 16% tax)—In sixes 11. 13, 14, 16 sad 44. 1—8448 Brown Dyed Persian Lamb Coat, $388 (pins 18% tax)—In SiK 16. 1—8448 Safari Dyed Alaska Sealskin Coat, $368 (pins 18% tax)— In size 14. 1—844$ Sheared eBaver Coat, $358 (Plus 16% tax)—In slae 8. 1—844$ Black Dyed Persian Lamb Coat, $388—In size 16. WOMEN'S, MISSES' & JUNIORS' COATS—Third Floor 8—Women’s $88.75 Casual Coats, $15—Brown, fleece and brown heather. Sixes $3% and 35%. 5—Woman’s $35 and 139.75 Casual Coats, $88—Pitted and box typos in black, red, brown, green wool. Sixes 86% to 41% and $6. 18—Women’s $49.78 Drossy Box Coats, $88—With stitched panels. Black, brown, blue. Sixes 88 to 44. 18—Women’s $89.75 Casual Coats, $84—Tweed mixtures and mono tone fleeces In box and reefer styles. Brown, grey, blue, green. Sixes 85% to $8% and 88 to 44. 4—Women’s $79.75 and $85.75 Furred Tuxedo Casual Coats, 585 (plus 10% tax)—Blue and natural with Muskrat and Lapin (dyed rabbit), brown with Cross Pox. Slam 87%, 88%. 8—Woman’s $69.75 and $79.78 Furred Dime Coats, $55 (Fhu 16% tax)—Black coats with Kit Fox, brown with Blended Mink. Slam 39% and 44. 8—Women’s $88 Brown Furred Coats, $88 (Flue 18% tax)—With Beaver shawls. Slses 38, 43. 4—Women’s $168 and $125 Furred Casual Coats, 995 (Plus 18% tax) —Stroocks’ fleece and suede finish wools in green, blue with Lynx Dyed Fox collars. Sizes 35%, 38% and 40. 1—Woman's $165 Black Forstmann Wool Coat, $115 fPlus 16% tax) —With Dyed Black Persian Lamb double panels. Sixes 35%. 1— Woman’s $148 Black Furred Coat, $11$ (Plus 10% tax)—Collar of Dyed Black Persian Lamb, site 30%. 8—Women’s $108 to $125 Furred Dross Coats, $08 (Plus 10% tax)— Black coats with Silver Pox, Dyed Black Persian Lamb. Brown and black with Blended Mink, brown and green with Nutria. 8lees 38 to 40 and 37%. 10—Women’s $55 and $59.75 Dressy Coats, $44—Nubby and soft fin ish wools in fitted, box and bloused coats; some with rayon velvet trimming. Black, brown, blue. 81ms 30 to 43, 35% to 30%. 0— Women’s $40.75 Casual Coats, $44—Porstmann tweeds, Jullliard herringbone wools In reefers. Chesterfields and bos types. Beige, ; heather, brown. 81zm 33% to 41%. 5— Women’s $08 and $108 Furred Casual Coats, $75 (Plus 10% tax) —Beige, green and brown ooata with Ocelot, Lynx Dyed Pox and Beaver. Sizes 34 to 40. 8—Women’s $98.75 Furred Coats, $75 (Pins 10% tax)—Silver Pox, Dyed Black Persian Lamb on black and wine coats. 8izes 33% to 41%. 20—Misses’ $29.75 to $39.75 Casual Coa*, $19.95—Blue, Kelly green, nude, brown monotone and mixtures in fleeces and tweeds, styled with convertible and classic necklines. Sizes 10 to 18. 6— Misses' $39.75 Wool Casual Coats, $25—Nude or green wools. Sizes 10 to 20. 8 Misses’ $39.75 to $49.75 Fitted Dress Coats, $25—Red, black, blue, brown reefer and side button coats. Sizes 12 to 18. 8—Misses’ $59.75 Fitted Dress Coats, $49.75—Button front and double-breasted reefers In brown, purple, gray wools. Sizes 12 to 18. 2— Misses’ $98 Lapin (Babbit) Lined Coats, $55 (Plus 10% tax) — Beige or black Porstmann wools. Slues 14, 18. 1— Misses’ $148 Muskrat Lined Coat, $75 (Plus 10% tax)—Brown classic type. Size 14. 1— Misses’ $128 Furred Grey Coat, $98 (Plus 18% tax)—Shawl of Sliver Pox. Size 12. 7— Misses’ $125 Furred Dress Coats, $95 (Plus 10% tax)—Ocelot and Skunk tuxedos on red coats. Silver Fbx shawls on blue, gray, black, red. Sizes 14 to 16. 2— Misses’ $108 Black Furred Coats, $85 (Plus 10% tax)—Waist deep shawls of.Blended Mink or tuxedo of Honey Dyed Muskrat. Size 18. 2—Misses’ $88 Black Furred Coats, $65 (Plus 10% tax)—With blended Mink collar. Size 16, Muskrat tuxedo, size 16. 2— Misses’ $79.75 Fitted Furred Coats, $65 (Plus 10% tax)—Red with Silver Pox, size 16; black with dyed Black Persian Lamb, size 20. 1—Misses’ $98 Blue Box Coat, $55 (Plus 10% tax)—Tuxedo of Canadian Wolf. Size 14. 1— Misses’ $88 Bed Box Coat, $55 (Plus 10% tax)—Shawl of Wolf. Size 14. 3— Misses’ $75 Fitted Furred Coats, $55 (Plus 10% tax)—Red with Silver Pox or Mouton lamb, black with Ocelot. Sizes 16, 18. 2— Misses’ $65 Furred Dress Coats, $55 (Plus 10% tax)—Black or blue with draped qollar of Kit Pox. Sizes 14, 18. 3— Misses’ $59.75 Bed Box Coats, $55 (Plus 10% tax)—With Leopard or Muskrat. Sizes 10, 14, 16. 8— Misses’ $98 Furred Tuxedo Coats, $88 (Plus 18% tax)—Wine, brown, green, red or blue with deep fronts of Gray Lamb, Nutria, Muskrat and Skunk. Sizes 14 to 18. 4— Misses’ $98 Fitted Furred Coats, $85 (Plus 10% tax)—Red with Silver Fox, sizes 12, 16. Black or brown with Blended Mink, sizes 16, 18. 1— Misses’ $108 Melon Red Coat, $75 (Plus 10% tax)—With tuxedo of Hudson Seal Dyed Muskrat. Size 16. 3—Misses’ $98 Furred Fitted Coats, $75 (Plus 10% tax)—Brown with Beaver or Lynx Dyed Pox, grape with Silver Pox. Sizes 14, 18. 8—Juniors’ $98 Silver Fox Collared Coats, $85 (Plus 10% tax) — Pitted blue, red, wools. Sizes 11, 15, 17. 6—Juniors’ $75 Furred Tuxedo Coats, $65 (Plus 10% tax)—Blue, red, green, brown wools with Skunk, Muskrat and gray dyed Lamb. Sizes 13 to 17. 3— Juniors’ $75 Furred Coats, $55 (Plus 10% tax)—Black wools with Silver Pox, Leopard collars and cuffs and red with Lynx dyed Pox. Broken sizes. 2— Juniors’ $68 Furred Tuxedo Coats, $55 (Plus 18% tax)—Grey with black dyed rabbit, size 15; red with Muskrat, size 13. 4— Juniors’ $58 Sable Dyed Squirrel Collared Coats, $55 (Pius 10% tax)—Red and green wools. Sizes 9, 11, 13, 17. 1—Juniors’ $75 Brown Furred Coat, $35 (Plus 10% tax)—With Lynx dyed Pox collar. Size 15 1—Juniors’ $58 Black Dress Coat (Plus 10% tax)—Blended Mink collar. Size 13. 1— Juniors’ $51 Stroock Casual Coat, $29.75—Red. Size 13. 5—Juniors' $44 Fitted Dress Coats, $29.75—Brown, green, reefer and button front types. Sizes 9 to 13. 9—Juniors’ $39.75 Fitted Dress Coats, $25—Brown, black, reefer and button front coats. Sizes 9 to 15. 5—Juniors’ $29.75 Reefer Coats, $15—Trimmed with rayon velvet. Size 9. 13—Juniors’ $39.75 Removable Lining Coats, $25—With leather or rabbit linings; tweeds in beige or natural, blue or brown in Coverts. Sixes 9 and 11. 7— Juniors’ $19.95 Clamic Topcoats, $10—Blue, green or wine mix tures. Sizes 9 to 15. •—Juniors’ $29.75 Nylon Classic Topcoats, $10—Red, nude, blue. Sims 9, 15, 17. 2— Juniors’ $115 Muskrat Lined Clasrte Coats, 255 (Plus 10% tax)— Brown or black. Sizes 13, 15. 8— Juniors’ $58 Blue Fnr Lined Coats, $45 (Plus 18% tax)—Lined with gray or white lamb. Sizes 9 and 11. SUITS—Third Floor_ 31—$39.75 Tailored and Dressmaker Suits, $28 Link button styles in English flannel. High buttoned suits in imported striped wools. Dressmaker wool crepes with kick-pleated skirts,1 wool worsteds with rayon satin bound jacket?, tailored styles in wool gabardines, wool Kashmella cloth with saddle stitching. Black, navy, grey, beige, mist blue wools. Sizes 10 to 20. S—$49.75 to $59.75 Suits, $38—Solid and striped wools in link button and 2-button jacket suits, black, twills in double-breasted types. Brown, blue, black in the group. Broken sizes. 1—179.75 SOnk Cellared Suit, $38 (Plus 19% tax)—Mist blue wool. 81m 14. *—2*0.75 Dneemaker Suite, 213—Wool crepes, flannels in Mack, navy, cocoa. Broken elms. WOMEN'S DRESSES-Second Floor 1#—Women’s $18.95 and 919.95 Dresaes, $10—Rayon crepes In blue, rose, aqua with tie necks and tucked bodices. Women’s sizes. 84—Women's $16.95 and $19.95 Drosses, $12 Rayon crepe dresses in one-piece and two-piece effects, blue, aqua, rose. Monotone and colorful prints In rayon Jersey, rayon crepe, a few polka dotted, tailored and dressy styles. Assorted colors. Blass 16% to 34%, 36 to 44. 10“Women’s $29.75 Afternoon Dresses, $24—Lingeried black and navy sheer rayons, light and dark ground prints with gored and draped skirts. Women’s sizes. 5—Women’s $39.75 Rayon Crepe Dresses, 528—Bright prints on dark grounds, two-piecers in checks with pique dickeys. Women’s sizes, assorted colors. $—Women’s $49.75 Rayon Crepe Dresses, 528—Blue, roee, aqua, with lace accented bodices. Women’s sizes. 2— Women’s $89.75 Dinner Dresses, $58—Black with lace and sequins. Sizes 38 and 40. LARGER WOMEN'S DRESSES-Second Floor 16—Larger Women’s $13.95 to $19.95 Dresses, $10—One and two piece rayon crepes with color and tucking. Some prints. Tailored rayon Jersey prints with dark backgrounds. Blue, black, lug gage. Blaes 40% to 60%. 20—Larger Women’s 616.95 and $19.95 Dresses, $12—Tailored and dressy, colorful and monotone prints in one and two piece styles. • V and sweetheart necks, some styles button to hem. Assorted colors. Sizes 40% to 50%. 4—Larger Women’s $39.75 Tucked Bodice Dresses, $24—Navy and blue. Sizes 46% to 50%. 3—Larger Women’s $49.75 Rayon Crepe Dresses, $28—Blue, gray with lace bodices. Larger sizes. MATERNITY DRESSES-Second Floor 8—97.95 and $8.45 Maternity Dresses, $5—Jumpers in wine, green, rayon crepe. Misses’ sizes. 3— $7.95 Maternity Jumpers, $3.95—Blue, gray, rayons with colorful straps. Misses’ sizes. SPORTS SHOP—Third Floor 18— $13.35 and 116.85 Sparta Dresses, $7,95—Rayon crepes and (pun rayons In solid colon and two-tone combinations. Rayon gabar dine coat dresses with yoke fold. Gored and pleated skirts with nallhead trim belt. Tangerine, natural, brown and aqua, brown and beige. 1*—*8-95 Sports Dresses, $5—Wool Jerseys and spun rayons In button-front models and gored skirt types. Luggage, brown, blue and red. Sizes 12 to 18. 89—*7.95 and 98.95 Wool and Rayon Jumpers, $3.95—33'/3% wool, 66%% rayon jumpers made with one top pocket and pleated skirt. Blue, aqua, melon, sploe and brown. Sizes 10 to 18. 67—$13.95 Reversible Raincoats, $7.95—Water-repellent craventte finished coats lined with cotton gabardine In olive tan. Also white, red coats with plaid linings. Sizes 10 to 16. 28—67.95 Raincoats, $4.95—Pell Mells of cotton gabardine made with concealed fly front and hip pockets and Vinallte styles. Blue, aqua, powder, red, white, natural. Sizes 12 to 18. 16-$19.95 Sparta Salta, $19—100% wool plaids and wide wale cotton corduroy suits with'classic Jackets and pleated or gored skirts. Red, brown and natural, also rayon boude plaids in black, brown, green. Slaes 10 to 18. 7—$18.95 Half Wool, Half Rayon Jackets, $7.95—Herringbone tweeds, three-button classics, tailored with two hip pockets. Partly lined. Tan only. Sizes 12. 16 and 20. $— $1.95 Rayon Sharkskin Jackets, $9.95—Classic sports models of St George’s sharkskin In tan. Slaes 14 and 18. 14 11.66 Rayon Twill Skirts, Mo—Navy blue rayon twill skirts with Upper closing. Slaes • to 17 and 10 to 20. 16—68.95 Weal Skirts, 95—100% wool In brown and In multi-color plaids. Slaes 14 and 16. •■—11.95 Weal and Rayon Skirts, $9—Black and brown In plaids, checks and solid colors. 91—913.95 Evening Blouses, $7.95—Long-sleeved blouses with sequin trim. 19— 92.95 and $4.95 Blouses, $2—Polka dots, stripes, rayons and spun rayons. Broken sizes 19—919.25 Dresses, $12—Rayon gabardine Chesterfields with velve teen collars. Coat dresses of rayon flannel, wool jersey and rabbit’s hair, rayon crepe. Natural, aqua, luggage, gold and red. Slaes 13 to 18. 4—913.25 Sparta Dresses, $19—Rayon gabardine with concealed fly front Natural and blue In slsee 12 to 16. 9—129.95 Halt Dresses, $28—One-piece, long-sleeved plain knit dresses In plum, green and blue. Slice 14, 16 and 18. JUNIOR DEB DRESSES—Fourth Floor 59—Juniors’ 916.95, 819.95 and $22.95 Dresses—$12. Rayon crepes In pastels with embroidery; two plecers with nallhead detail. Princess styles with lingerie. Tailored Botany flannel dresses with button fronts, tailored and embroidered rayon flannels. As sorted colon; slsee 9 to 15. $9—Juniors’ $19.95, $22.95 Dresses $15, Gold afternoon styles with cutouts, pastel sheer rayons with wide ml drills, one and two piecen In rayon crepe, some with color accents. Assarted oolors. Sizes 9 to 15. BUDGET DRESSES—Fourth Floor 102—Mieeee’ $9.75 and $13.35 Dresses, $5—Basics In rayon sheers, points in rayon Jerseys, two-plecers in rayon crepe and a few pastel dresses in part-wool fabrics properly labeled as to fabric content. Tailored and dressy styled In rayon gabardines. Blue, black, red, beige, green and prints. Slaes 12 to 20. MISSES' DRESSES—Second Floor 45—Misses’ $19.95 and $25 Rayon Crepe Dresses, $19—Tailored and dressy afternoon models, many versatile basic dresses, printed rayon crepe. One and two piece styles in black, gray, navy blue, copen, aqua, brown, gold, red and green. Misses* sines. $6—Misses’ $25 Rayon Crepe and Woolen Dresses, $12—A group of gay printed rayon crepes, a few tailored basics and a few one and two piece woolens. Black, brown, blue, red, green. Misses’ sines. 15—Mimes’ $16.95 and $19.95 Dresses, $5—Rayon crepes, some with color contrasts, tailored and dressy styles, both one and two piece, a rayon moire bride’s suit and a few evening formats In rayon tafTeta . . . one-of-a-kind in black, blue, green, beige and red. 1—Misses’ $39.75 Wool Dress, $15—Aquamarine wool with gold colored buttons for contrast. Size 18. 1—Misses’ $79.75 Black Wool Suit Dress, $4$—Size 20. 1—Misses’ $45 Dressmaker Suit, $28—Soft brown wool with a green and rust wool scarf. Size IS. 14—Misses’ $35 and $39.75 Afternoon Dresses, $15—Rayon crepes with Chantilly type lace trim, with self detail, novelty buttons or other accents. Misses’ broken sizes in blue, black, brown and red. $—Misses’ $45 and $65 A/temoon Dresses, $24—Rayon crapes, some with bead or sequin trims, others with contrasts. «— 12, 14 and 16 in green, gold, brown with blue. 1—Misses* $29.75 Rayon Crape Afternoon Drees, $16—Black with bows on the skirt and top. sine 14. 1—Misses’ $65 Evening Dress, $24—Pink rayon crepe with laoe. Sine 16. 1—Misses’ $29.75 Evening Dress, $10—White rayon crepe with spar kling sequin trim. Size 20. 1—Misses’ $45 Evening Dress, $35—Green rayon crepe with pearl embroidery. Size 18. 5—Misses’ $39.75 Bayon Satin Dinner Dresses, $15—With long sleeves. Moonstone blue or rose quartz. 4—Bridemalds’ $25 and $29.75 Dresses, $19.—Rayon velveteen In gold, blue and wine In rayon taffeta. Misses’ sizes. 1—$39.75 White Wedding Dress, $15—Rayon satin with long sleeves. Size 12. 1—$35 Wedding Dress, $24—White rayon faille with a ruffled neck line. Slae 12. 1—665 Wedding Dress, $18—White rayon brocade. Sine 12. 1—645.75 Wedding Drwn, $15—White rayon and faille in slae IS. *—658.75 Wadding Dress, $16—Ivory rayon velvet In slae 11 _ . e * JUNIOR BUDGET DRESSES—Fourth Floor TEENS' SHOP—Fourth Floor 25—Teens’ $13.95 and 115.95 Reversible Coats, $7.95 and $16.95— Checks, plaids and solid color wools, cotton corduroys, with cotton gabardine the reverse aide. Red, brown, kelly, blue and tan. Sizes 10 to 16. 1Teens’ $7.95 to $10.95 Dresses, $3.95 and $5—Pastel rayon crepes, wool-and-rayon styles in pastels with crochet collars, others In rayon faille-and-plaid rayon taffeta fabric combination. Pink, blue, kelly, aqua and winter white. Sizes 10 to 16. CASUAL DRESSES—Fifth Floor 15—66.56 Casual Dresses, $3.95—Spun rayons, rayon crepes In tailored styles with round and shirtwaist collar necklines. Grey, green, beige. Sizes 10,13,18. 19—68.95 and 816.85 Casual Dresses, 65—Rayon flannels, spun rayons with shirtwaist collars, contrasting color belts, some with fly fronts. Blue, rose, green, gold. Slaee 10, 13, 14. SHOES—Fourth Floor— 200 Poir* $5.95 Nonrationed Play Shoos—$3.45 Black gabardine uppers with open and closed backs, synthetic soles. (61% rayon, 31% cotton, 8% wool.) 806 Pairs—(6.95 te $9.85 Shoes, 53.45—Odds and ends and discon tinued styles in suedes, calfskins, kidskins. Pumps, ties, spectators with high, medium and low heels. (Bring your Ration Book with shoe stamp attached for these 1) UNDERWEAR SHOPS-Socond Floor "i—W Gewns, $1.56—large floral prints 'in rayon sheer. Main, blue. Sizes 34 to 38. —$3 Bed Jackets, $1.95—Prints in rayon crepe. Tearoee, blue. Small and medium sizes. 196—$3.t5 Rayon Crepe Print Gowns, S3—Round and V-neck styles. Tea roee, blue, white grounds. Sizes S3 to 40 but not all slam In each color. 43.85 Cotton Pajamas, 51.95—Mexican prints in ooat style. Blue, main, red backgrounds. Sizes 33 to 38, but not all sizes in each color. 366—63 Slips, 8145—Rayon crepes, rayon satins with laoe, embroidery, also tailored types. Tea rose, pink, white and dove. Sizes 33 to 40. Not all slaes in each style. 1*9—9s-85 Tea Ron Slips, 33—Tailored rayon crepes. Sizes 33 tn 4A 75—12 Rayon Jersey Slips, 91.55—Self striped rayons to cameo, white. Sices 32 to 42. CORSETS—Second Floor 204—$2.56 Girdles, Panty Girdles, $1—Discontinued models from regular stock in lightweight cotton fabric, 15" lengths. Sices for small, medium and medium large, but not all sisee to each style. 39-45 Dorothy Bickum Girdles, Panty Girdles, «2.95—Rayon sattos and other rayon fabrics with panel fronts. Sices 27 to 33 for tall and short figures. All discontinued models from stock, and not all sices to each style. 44—5745, 514 and $1144 Girdles, Panty Girdles, $245, $4.95 and $5.95—Madame Irene and Camlto styles to rayon suede with boned paneled rayop satin fronts. Girdles have “Lastex” and powder net gores. All discontinued models from stock. Sines 15, 18, 18 Inch lengths. Sices 27 to 34, but not all sices in each style! **-—*••**. $7.50 and $14 Foundations, $345 and $4.95—Discon tinued models from stock Include Franco and “H it W” to ' ! rayon brocade, cotton batiste, with Darleen elastic side panels, boned panel fronts and some with boned backs. Sices 36 to - 39 and 40, 41, 42, 43, 45. 60—75c and $1.25 Bandeaux, 54c, 75c—Discontinued models from stock to rayon-and-cotton. Broken sices, 32 to 36. NEGLIGEES, ROBES—Fifth Floor 105 Negligee* and Robes Regularly *10.95._.. $54$ Regularly $126.96.36.19948 Regularly $16.95_ $8.48 Regularly $19.95..3.1.$9 98 Regularly $35.$17.48 Rayon Crepe, Rayon Satin Hoateaa Gowns to solid colon and prints, both step-to and wrap-around styles. White, maise, gold, violet, shocking pink and black. Quoted Robes to rayon satin or rayon crepe prints, trade with long sleeves, full wrap-around skirts. Bride’s Negligees of rayon sheer and rayon satin to pink, blue or white trimmed with lace. All to Sices 12 to 20. viLuvu—brreer rioor HI Pairs—$1.25 and $1.65 Cotton Fabric Gloves, 75c pair—Shorties and 4-button lengths in black, white, turf tan. Also styles with natural Pigtex (lamb) backs with fabric palms. Few 10-button black and Fuchsia silk gloves included. 19 Pain—$1 to 55 Fabric Gloves, 50c to $2.50—Mostly soiled and mostly in white. 26 Pairs—$2.25 to $7 Doeskin Gloves (Doe-flnished Sheepskin), $1.25 to 55.56—Mostly soiled and mostly in white. 46 Pairs—$3.56 to $5 Leather Gloves, $1 and $1.50—Capeskin (lamb) and doe-flnished sheepskins In white, black. NECKWEAR—Street Floor ISO Pea—$1, $1.95 to $4.95 Scarfs, 50c to $1—Rayon squares, fringes and rayon metallic types. Assorted colors. 100 Pea—$1, $1.95 to $4.95 Collars, Dickeys, 50c and $1—In rayon, rayon sheers, cottons, rayon crepes with sequin trim. Some slightly soiled. Assorted colon. 166 Pea—$1 and $1.95 Early Spring Flowers, 59c and $1—Roses and assorted clusters. BUDGET HATS—Street Floor 365—$2.95 to $5.95 Hats, $1—Felts and fabrics In casuals, sailors, berets, beanies, pompadours, bonnets. Black, brown, navy, turf tan, soldier blue, red, kelly, wine, gold, beige, aqua All head sizes. HANDBAGS, ASHTRAYS—Street Floor 150—$5 to $7.50 Handbags, $2.56—Leathers, fabrics In underarm and top handle types. Saddle leathers in over the shoulder styles, rayon cordette dressy types with Incite trim. Black, brown, red, blue. 50—$3.95 and $5 Handbags, $1.50—Multicolor hemp bags. Apron bags in rayon faille, rayon satin. Navy, black, turf, gold. $4—$$ One-of-a-Kind Handbags, $1—Fait and broadcloths, rayon failles. Assarted colors. 5*—$2 and 95 Handbags, 59c—Cotton oorduxoy styles in red. Over* the-shoulder bags in brown fabrlkoMs. 2—937.59 Suede Bags, $7.59—-Two in red, one tat melon shades. 75—$2 Glass Ashtrays, 50c. UNDIES—Street Floor 129—91.99 and $1.59 Vanity Fair Span Nylon Panties—69c. Discon tinued styles in red, blue. Biaes small, medium, large. 59—79c Vanity Fair Rayon Jersey Briefs 59c. Discontinued styles, in white and a few cameo. Blase 5 and 6. BUDGET SPORTS—Street Floor 65—12.95 to $4.95 Blouses, $2—Dressmaker and tailored types In rayon crepe, spun rayon; some have lace trimmed Jabots. Sizes 32 to 38. In white. 26—$3.25 to $3.95 Plaid Skirts, $2—Wool and rayon mixture with pleats front and back. Brown, blue, green. Sim 24 to 26. 56—$2.95 to $4.95 Wool Sweaters, $2—Long slews boxy slipons in maim, spice, pink. 81ms 9 to 17, $4 to 40. 31—95.9$ to $7.95 194% Wool S waters, $$—Boxy and cardigan styles in navy, pink, maim, black. Siam 9 to IS. 29—$4.95'194% Wool 8 woo tors, fg Bony slipons In pink, blu* malm. Sims 9 to IS.