Extra sheer cus
tom tailored ond
with 5-inch bot
tom hem. Ivory
or egg shell.
1219 G St. N.W.
ThovModi of Otk*r Hot*
All Sizes _ 1.95 to 4.95
SLEEK SLACK PlAsnt PATENTS
J to J T«!
Won’t crock or pool I
Woter proof f
lydings Backs Tawes
For Governorship in
By tha Associotad Prau
The warmly-contested Democratic
race for the gubernatorial nomina-;
t.ion took a new turn last night with
an announcement by Senator Tyd
ings, Democrat, of Maryland that
he would support State Controller
J. Millard Tawes in his bid to be
come chief executive of Maryland.
The announcement put at rest all!
discussion concerning the senior
Senator's affiliation and participa
tion in the three-cornered contest
between Mr. Tawes, Representative
Baldwin, Democrat, of Maryland (of
Baltimore County), and W. Preston
Lane, jr„ Hagerstown publisher.
Baldwin Scores Charges.
Meanwhile, Mr. Baldwin and Mr.
Lane each issued a statement in his
Mr. Baldwin labeled as “untrue,
misleading and absurd” charges by
Mrs. William Bauernschmidt, execu-,
tive secretary of the Public School1
Association of Baltimore, regarding
his abzsences from Congress and his
attacks on Communism.
Mr. Lane asserted in a speech to
the 9th Ward Democratic organiza
tion in Baltimore that Maryland
teachers must be given more oppor
tunity for training, advancement in
rank and pay.
Gov. O'Conor, candidate for the
Democratic nomination to the
United States Senate, demanded in a
speech prepared for delivery at
Cumberland that the national bud
get be balanced and that the Gov
ernment follow a "realistic” foreign
Mills Wins Support.
There were developments in the
Republican camp, too.
Herman L. Mills of Hagerstown
disclosed that he had received the
indorsement of six out of seven of
the Washington County members of
the Republican State Central Com
mittee in his campaign for the GOP
nomination for Governor.
And Eric Frederick, head of the
Baltimore Bureau of Transportation,
charged that Mayor Theodore R;
if it'i smooth, no doubt
about it! ... a demure little
Slater flat for the younger
set. with it* baby toe and
ring of perforated hearts.
Black. Blue or Red Calf
Moil Orders Filled
Tel. Adams 2900
JOHN SLATER, IW
1511 CONNECTICUT AVE.
Near Dupont Cirelo
New York • Palm Beaeh
- SINGE 1906 -
BEHIND THE SCENE VIEWS OF OUR JEWELRY FACTORY
at the right i.\
rolling gold in
a rolling mill
• Whenever you contemplate an investment purchase,
be it a mink coat, Oriental rug, or heirloom jewelry,
you seek high craftsmanship. Mr. B. Michaelson,
senior, founder of our business, has maintained
highest standards of quality on every piece of jewelry
which bears his name. In our factory, where we
design custom-styled pieces on the premises, we
have a staff of craftsmen skilled in executing your
custom orders. And because we know each pains
taking process of jewelry-making, our ready-made
collection assures you finest workmanship.
(Left)—Michaelson original pin—
Hand made ribbon design of 14
karat yellow gold emblazoned with
four large opals and three garnets.
Tax Included $360
B. Mi ch ael s on & Co.
Platinum smiths Goldsmiths
13th and G Streets
McKeldin threatened to abolish his
job for suggesting that Mr. McKel
din seek the Republican nomination
for the United States Senate. Mr.
McKeldin immediately asserted that
the charge was "absolutely untrue.”
Mr. Frederick is listed as a sup
porter of Mr. Mills for the guber
natorial nomination, a party race
with which Mr. McKeldin's name
also has been linked unofficially.
Mr. Mills is now opposed by D.
In declaring himself for Mr.
Tawes, Senator Tydings directed
a barb at Mr. Baldwin. The Sena
tor did not mention Mr. Baldwin by
name but it was clear that he re
ferred to the representative when
he described as "ridiculous” charges
made by an "opponent” of Mr.
Tawes that the comptroller was
the hand-picked candidate of At
torney General William Curran.
Curran Aid Sought.
Senator Tydings asserted the
“opponent” sought Mr. Curran's
support for himself.
A county advisory committee, con
sisting entirely of coun$ State Sen
ators. was appointed by Gov.
O'Conor for his campaign.
Members are Senators Joseph M.
George, Queen Annes. Thomas F.
Johnson, Worcester; Wilbur R. Du
lin, Anne Arundel; Raymond Marvel,
Talbot; Bernard I. Gonder, Garrett;
Clarence Newsoms, Kent, and Earl
Gov. O'Conor named Hilary W.
Gans. Baltimore attorney, as general
chairman of his Campaign Com-i
mittee. Other appointees were an
nounced as Charles P. McCormick,
chairman of the industrial group;
Joseph P. Healy, chairman of the
Finance Committee; Frank H. Dur
kee, chairman of the City Advisory
Committee; Mrs. M. Alice Canoles,
national Democratic committee
woman, and Mrs. August Klecka,
IOO TABLETS 35
president of the United Democratic
Women’s Clubs of Maryland, leaders
of the campaign women's division.
Rk mw, tostad way to traat
Get Ridd, new, mild soft lodine
B boric acid powder. Penetrate*
deep fungua infection* I Simply
M duit on. Shake into hoee and
W shoes. Should relieve in 2 to 4
I days Use only aa directed,
ft Money-back guarantee I
AT All IIARIM* •lUtllfTI
Use your Raleigh
Charge Account for
Easter... and after.
It's so convenient.
Spring splendor destined to
lead the style parade
Decorous little brown and white checked
wool suit . . , distinguished, soft-spoken
lines subtly underscored in brown to
match the belt. Sizes 10 to 18. $39.75
Cool two-piece suit dross of snowflaked
royon mesh . . . gored skirt and flattering
side-draped fastening. Blue, coral,
chartreuse. Sizes 10 to 20. $22.75
Black scrolls on a soft dressmaker blouse
. . , turtle neck and winging bracelet
length sleeves. Powder blue or Tropic
lime background. Sizes 10 to 18. $12.95
Jungle fascination interpreted in gleaming
Africana costume jewelry designed by
Reja . . . gold-plated sterling silver, spec
tacularly encrusted with simulated stones.
Nubian pin. $25.00
Earrings, the pair. $15.00
Jewelry prices plus tax
■L MM UlfFSTlUT
xml | txt