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FIGHTING ME ____ i NEW GUINEA.—First Lt. Richard A. Grant, 4209 Forty-sixth street N.W., has been awarded a second bronze Oak Leaf Cluster in lieu of a third Distinguished Flying Cross for “extraordinary achievement while participating in operational flight missions in the Southwest Pacific area.” He is on duty with a troop carrier with the 5th Air Force. CARLSBAD ARMY AIR FIELD, N. Mex.—Lt. Irving Wort, 3716 New Hampshire avenue N.W., is completing advanced flight train ing as a bom bardier here. A graduate of Roosevelt High School and South eastern University, he was employed in the National Radio Institute before enlisting in January, 1942. RICHMO N D, Va. —Maj. Her nandez L. Lam berton, formerly general manager of the Capitol u Wort Garage, is executive officer for the Ordnance Service Command shop, located on the site of the old Vir ginia State Fairgrounds. Here thousands of vehicles are salvaged and shipped to posts in this coun try or to combat areas. Maj. Lamberton, 1228 I street N.W., was a member of the Wash ington Board of Trade and acting president of the Connecticut State Society in the District. TUSKEUEE ARMY AIK YltLll, ALA.—Second Lt. LeRoy Taylor, 1809 New Hampshire avenue N.W., recently commissioned from the AAF Adminis tration Officers’ C a n d idate School at Miami Beach, has been assigned to this post. He is a graduate of Ter rell Law School and was former ly employed by the War De partment. SOUTH PA CIFIC.—Daniel N. Williams, 23, of 4997 Saratoga D*niei williams, avenue, Glen Cove, Md., has ber^i promoted to chief pharmacist’s mate for “excel lent performance of duty’’ during a bombing of the Marshall Islands, February 12. He was a member of an amphibious force which was un loading supplier on the Island of Roi, when its ammunition and oil supply was hit and a nearby land ing craft was ignited. A graduate of St. John's, he worked as laboratory technician at the National Health Institute in Bethesda before joining the Navy in April, 1942. MEDITERRANEAN THEATER Brig. Gen. John W. Coffey, 2220 Twentieth street N.W.. serves as ordnance officer for Services of 8upply in this theater. GREENSBORO, N. C.—The vol HT have you any ml 0 Old Photographs j| if . to mend? We can m || make them new W and beautiful again! M IP »HOTOO»ATH STUDIO || Kaunas ,, '/M Warning, Mothers! Don’t forget, When kids comehome, tired and wet— Pop them in a nice warm tub, Then gil t a tingling Mifflin Rub! Mifflin means the highest standard of tested quality. Unscented, and Lavender, Pine, Wintergreen. At all druggists. MIFFLIN taOPKOPVL ALCOHOL RUBBING COMPOUND bt ” . a _ ADVERTISEMENT. Now... FRESH MEAT BAKED INTO FOOD FOR YOUR DOG! •Now give your dog a complete food every day with fresh meat baked in—pure, whole some, nutritious U S. Govt Inspected horse meat. THE ONLY FOOD OF ITS KIND IN AMERICA TOD A Y! For years this food called Ken-L-Biskit” hag been used in America’s foremost kennels—helping to keep world cham Eions in top form. Over 100,000,000 pounds ave been fed! Now made available to you at Rrocers, food stores, etc. Ken-L-Biskit is crumbled into small pieces. Easily mixed with boiling water. So n#w without 6WRH»^OUvCan, %vVour d°K MEAT EVERY DAY! Ken-I. Biskit is a complete lood—every known element and vitamin your <og neede for perfect health. Yet cost* no more! Get Ken-L-Biskil for your dog todav! Ask for j< by name! Americas only dog bikuit with •aah meat baked in! r untary retirement of Capt. George P. Grove, Arlington, from active duty June 26 with the Army Air 1 Forces was announced today at Basic Training Center No. 10. He 'has served as chief of the Military | Law Department, Officer Candidate School, Miami Beach, Fla., and as assistant staff judge advocate at Gulfport, Miss. Capt. 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Eusebio, 639 E street S.E., who is stationed with the 1st Troop Car rier Command, has been qualified as a first-class gunner with the sub machine gun. 4 Ad Club to Elect Annual election of officers and directors for the Advertising Club of Washington will be held at noon tomorrow at the Statler Hotel, It was announced today.. ' —the |ury has reached a decision, Your Honor—either f they serve us Land O' Lakes Sweet Cream Butter at lunch or we’ll deadlock the case—” = RANKS YOUTH CENTER I 4 Facation Needs! Boys' "Happy-Kid" Wash Slacks $2.95 —Famous “Happy Kid” cotton wash slacks in plain weaves, checks and plaids. Nicely tailored. Sanforized. 1% residual shrinkage. Sizes 10 to 20. BOYS' COTTON Basque Shirts *1.19 —Popular crew neck and short sleeve style in colorful stripes. All fast color wash able cottons. Sizes small, medium and large. YOUNG MEN'S Colorful ALL-WOOL Leisure Coats *15.75 —Rich colorful tweed back and sleeves with plain color front. Smartly tailored. Tan and blue grey combinations. Rayon lining. Sizes 12 to 22. Boys* "Safety Legion** Gabardine Wash Shorts $2*50 ( —Dark brown and navy. Cotton wash shorts with zipper front and pleats. Safety Legion emblem on pocket. Sizes 4 to 12. Kann’s Boys' Store—Second Floor } Tomorrow, Moy 24th, mark* tho Contonniol of tho Telegraph! Yes, 100 year* ago... May 24th, 1844... the first telegraph message, “What Hath God Wrought* ” was sent by Samuel Finley Breese Morse from the Capitol in Washington to the B. & O. Railroad Station in Baltimore. This was the first great electric achievement! It pointed the way for the tele phone, the radio, the oceanic cables... the electrical wonderland in which we live today. In cele bration, the event is being observed by a special order of Congress, the unveiling of a plaque in the Capitol, the issuance of a special postage stamp, the launching of a Liberty ship! __j special window display at Kann*s. MEN'S STORE PALM BEACH KOOLERIZED SUITS *19.50 —They’re 22%' cooler—smartly styled—long-wearing—no heavy padding—no “heat-trap” linings —America’s favorite colors. —You’ll be grateful for the cool difference the instant you slip on your Palm Beach suit. In colors, stripes, solid tones and patterns. SUNFROST TROPICALS By Goodall *24.75 —It’s got everything you look for in a summer suit^-for in Sunfrost, Amer ca’s leading summer suit specialists developed not only coolness but a soft, smooth-hanging quality that adds to good looks. That soft quality feels wonderfully comfortable on a hot humid day, too! So come in and try on one of these Sunfrost suits—in cool, practical summer colors. HASPEL Seersuckers and Cords —Get into a cool, crisp Haspel cotton and see how much faster and better you’ll get the job done. Light as a sea breeze. Won’t shrink, fade or dis color. Wear the jackets with your slacks, the trousers with your sport shirts. 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