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And you will do yourself good by drinking all the yyater your body needs. 1 ell your favorite drug or food store to deliver a ease of Poland ater today. OX SALE AT All Quality Food & Drug Stores nr Tfl. PnUnrt Sprint Co.. VVashinrtnn, D. C. Trl. District 9010 - owmlcu unit AT THE SPRING, POLAND SPRING, MAINE China Reds Talk Peace With Nationalists as Battles Flame Anew By the Associated Press NANKING, June 11.—Chinese Communist and governmenl leaders held their first direct peace meeting in many weeks today, as truce-violating battles flamed anew in East-Centra] China and an American was wounded in a mysterious anti aircraft attack on an American plane. Gen. Chou En-lai, Communist ne gotiator, conferred with Minister of Communications Yui To-wei aftei yesterday’s conference between Gen. Chou and Gen. George C. Marshall, special American envoy. Today's meeting indicated progress, al though there was no announcement of results. Restoration of commu nications is one of the government's basic conditions for permanent peace. A Communist spokesman charged the government with launching heavy attacks against Communist held areas north and west of Nan king "at the very moment the truce in Manchuria became effective." He asserted tne 77tli Division of the 73d Army and tire 172d Division. 7th Army, attacked Shukou and Ciiuhsien—the latter only 35 miles northwest of Nanking—and were moving on northeastward. A government spokesman yester day said Communist forces violated 1 the truce with heavy attacks on Tehsien and other Central Shan tung Province rail cities, and the government's Central News Agency reported Communist assaults on Manchurian cities. Corpl. P. Solva, engineer of a plainly marked American transport plane, suffered a minor leg wound when bullets from the ground pierced the plane as it prepared to land June 8 at Changchun. Man churian capital. The capital is gov ernment held, but there was no in dication who had opened fire, or why any one would fire on any plane in view' of the truce. The transport, slightly damaged, returned to Mukden to land. Prom Peiping. Associated Press Correspondent Tom Masterson re ported an estimated 20,000 Com munists captured Tensien, 60 miles north of Tsinan in Shantung Prov ince. last night. He said the Reds, according to government dispatches, immediately launched a full-scale attack on the Tsinan-Tsingtao rail road. The fall of Taian. 40 miles south of Tsinan, was expected mo mentarily as Red troops were re ported to have driven government forces into the east section of the city. Mr. Masterson said government military sources conceded that the fall of Tensien and of several cities along the Tsinan-Tsingtao rail line and the storming of Taian placed the Shantung capital. Tsinan, in a critical position. Soviet Agrees to Give Arms to Yugoslavia By the Aisociat*^ BELGRADE, June ft.—Premier Marshal Tito's return from Moscow today pushed the tmI<Nof Gen. Draja Mihailovich off the 'front pages of Belgrade newspapers, which announced that Tito had negotiated an agreement under which Russia will furnish military equipment to the Yugoslav army. Tlie press made no reference, however, to the topic which some observers here believed might have played an important part in Tito's talks with Prime Minister Stalin— namely, the disposition of Trieste. 'The question of Trieste was a major stumbling block at the recent Big Four Foreign Minis ters Conference in Paris, Russia •supporting Yugoslavia’s claim to the port and Britain. France and the United States holding it should go to Italy. 'A dispatch from Moscow said that before departing for home Tito had issued a statement de- , daring he was “very happy that the Soviet government and espe cially the great Stalin under stood fully the hardships of re- - storing our country and is will ing to help us in many ques tions.’' ' The announcement of the agree ment signed in Moscow said Russia had agreed tff supply Yugoslavia with armament and ammunition, on a long time credit basis and to as sist in restoring Yugoslavia’s arma ment industry. _ EDUCATIONAL. Washington Exchange SALES. Potomac Electric Power 6'i*7 preferred— 7 at 109, 3 at 109. 1 at 108=,. Washington Gas common—lo at 33. 30 at 331 ->. Woodward & Lothrop common—-16 at 85*2. 35 at 85U- 35 at 8512 Capital Transit Co.—50 at 39*,. BONDS. PUBLIC UTILITY. „ Bid Asked Am T * T cv deb 3s 1956 155'2 Cap Trartlcn 1st 5s 1947 IU3U Cap Transit 1st Ref 4s 1064 106 106U City & Suburban 5s 1948 iu9 Georgetown Gas 1st 5s 1961 136 Pol Elec Pow 3U.s 1966 lu5 Pot Elec Pow 3Us 1977 113 Washington Gas 5s 1980 139 Tr Rf & W Cp 1st 4Us 1948 103 .... STOCKS PUBLIC UTILITY Ainer Tel A: Tel (91 199*, Capital Transit <3.001 59U 40=» N A; W Steamboat <*4> 310 Pot Elec Pwr 6'» pfd <Hi llo’.a Pot El Pwr o‘x7c old (5.501 108 110 1 Wash Gas Lt com M.50) 33 33U Wash Gas Lt cu old <4.351 110 Wash Gs Lt cu cv pf i4.50t 1 lo'.j Wash Ry A: El com ialS.001 835 Wash Ry Aj El pfd <51 138 BANK AND TRUST COMPANIES Abler Sec & Tr Co. MO) 335 345 Bank of Beihcsda <=.751 39 Capital I.EOl .iota Com & Savings (ylO.OO) er*375 Liberty <t7i **45 .Lincoln (h5l 310 Natl Sav Tr <6.00) 315 Pr Georses B 4; Tr itl.OO) 38 Riggs <131 315 ::s.v Union Trust Co 03.00) 153 j 63 Washington 16' 170 Wash Loan A- Tr 1 eS 1 355 FIRE AND TITLE INSURANCE American i*6> iso Columbia <k.30> 16 Firemen's < 1.40 * .. 33 National Union < 75) . _ I4U Real Estate M6' 196 MISCELLANEOUS Carpel Corp (2.00) *47U Garflnckel com <1.60) 65 68 Garll 5UU cum pf U.375) 21 U Hecht com 11.20) 45 Hecht .'!=,'t cum ofd '3.75i julU Lanston Mono <newi <1.00) 22 Mergenthaler Lmo lal.OOi 70 73 Nati Mtge 4: Inv pfd (p.40i *7U Peop Drug Strs com U.6UI •«« Security Storage <4) 95 Ter Ref A Wh Corp <3) 58 Wdwd A: Loth com <p2.30i 85 86’2 Wdud 4; loth pfu <7i 125 o' Ex rights. •Ex dividend Plus extra, a Paid so far this year e 2U extra f 3U extra, h 85.00 extra k Hie extia o Paid in 1945 y SI0.00 extra Chicago Livestock CHICAGO. June JI 7N <USDA).—Sal able hog*. 5.UU0: total 11,00U; acme, steady, good and choice barrows and gilts. 14*5. ceiling sows. 1-4 It), ceiling, com plete early clearance Salable cattle. 4.Son, total. 4.500; sal able calves. 500; total. 5nu. general mar ker very active fed steers, yearlings and heifers strong to \!5 cents higher; bulk. 10 to 15 cents higher; eight loads choice steers, I s no, the ceiling: relatively little under 10.7 5; oest heifers, 17.50: cows and bulls steady to strong most beef cows, in. 00-13.00: good cow5. 14.00-15.00: heavy dairy bulls to 14 ”6: 15.00 paid freely for weighty beel bulls, vealers, 17.00 down. Salable sheep WOiio: total. ” 000; early -aie.s shorn lamb* mostly steady to small local killers: native spring lambs staedy o 5n cent? higher slaughter ewes scarce, largely stead's spot* up ‘.“5 cents; short deck 2ood to choice fed dipped lambs with No I and No. ” pells lrt”5. most native spring lamb* 17 5«*. few to IS Of* good and choice shorn slaughter ewe< s 50-8.7 5. with lew choice No. 1 pelts to turn. Anne Baxter to Wed SANTA MONTICA. Calif June 11 i/Ti.—Anne Baxter and John Hodiak of the films obtained a marriage license late yesterday. The cere mony. the first for both, will be June 19 or 20 in Burlingame. Calif., at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. Baxter. Miss Baxter gave her age as 23. Hodiak said he was 32. _EDUCATIONAL. STENOTYPY THE WELL-KNOWN MACHINE SHORTHAND Learn to Write 150 to ”50 Words Per Minute (Approved for Veterans under G1 Bill) (New Machine Included) New Classes Day School Juno 17 burning School June 17 STENOTYPE INSTITUTE Alhec Bid,.. 1426 G St. N.W. NA *3*0 BEGIN JUNE 24 Summer term, day sessions, first se mester of two-year Business Adminis tration Course, accounting major. B C S degree conferred Approved courses for Gl Veterans Employment obiectives. Public Ac counting, C. P. A . accounting and au diting in government service or with corporations, business executive or owner-manager Call in person tor information, guid ance, or registration. Office open daily and evenings, except Saturday. STRAYER COLLEGE of ACCOUNTANCY 13th and F NA. 1748 ELECTRICAL TRAINING Approved for Veteran Training INCREASED FACILITIES permit admission of a limited number of qualified day students—I non-boarding) in clou beginning JULY 8, 1946 Intensive 8 months’ course in the fundamentals of In dustrial electrical engineering, including radio and elec tronics. Extensive laboratory practice in electrical meas urements; testing power equipment; circuit tracing; wir ing techniques; radio and industrial electronics; use of machine tools, motor construction: drafting. For Catalog Telephone SHepherd 3070 B| Iff ELECTRICAL SCHOOL tSIlXX 210 TAKOMA AVE., w TAKOMA PARK, D. C. The Bullis School Silver Spring, Md. toy Boarding ANNAPOLIS WEST POINT COASTGUARD ACADEMY COLLEGE PREPARATORY Enrollments now being accepted for 6-week summer session beginning June 12th preparing for Civil Service Congressional examinations. Com plete program of High School subjects (Grades 9-12) with full credit offered during summer session. FULLY ACCREDITED Approved for veterim under G. 1. Bill of RiihU COMPLETE ATHLETIC PROGRAM For additional information phone or write Wm. F. Bullis, Principal, U. S. N. k. '24 Shepherd 6600 New State Department Posl Approved by House Group By the Associated Press The House Foreign Affairs Com mittee yesterday approved legislator creating the office of Undersecretary of State for Economic Affairs—a posl to be filled by William L. Clayton now Assistant Secretary of State. The unanimous action was taker shortly after Secretary of State Byrnes told the committee the change is needed to give Mr. Clay ton a title befitting his responsibility in world economic affairs. Under the bill, which establishes the post for a two-year period, Mr \p — ~ PENS REPAIRED Prompt Service D. J. HUGHES CO. Fountain Pen Mints Over 3* Yeari 503 14th. Opp. Willard Hotel Clayton will get an assistant secre tary to relieve him of a large amount of detail work. During his testimony, Mr. Byrnes took occasion to urge Congress to raise the pay of representatives of the United States Government who serve abroad. He told the commit tee United States Foreign Service personnel is not as well paid as rep resentatives of some other nations. ARTHRITIS, BACKACHE, PAINFUL JOINTS, NEURITIS This wonderful, now 2-woy treatment goes fa wprk immediately, usually bringing symp tomatic relief within a few short minutes. Why continue to suffer when relief is oo easy? Get LAKEN'S 9 DROPS today on the maker's unconditional guarantee of relief or your money back. Take as directed. HOSPITALIZATION LIBERAL COVERAGE FOR FAMILIES AND INDIVIDUALS SPECIAL GROUP POLICY FOR GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES LONG & CURRY Borr Building, 910 Seventeenth St. N.W. Telephone NAtionol 3610 J. Stanley Lon*. Pres. Spencer B. Curry, See.-Tresw. 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