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The gift to last a lifetime . . . Dunhill's handsome Rolla-lite engine turned cig arette lighter of 14 karat gold. Narrow Rib Heavy rib 135.00 160.00 Plus 20% Tax 1141 conn. Cam*tier Buckley 2 Doors Above j Avenue /ZaMrmart & The Mayflower I S^SSExclusive—OSHKOSH LUGGAGE— With Us *1.60 WEEKLY fills the , average baby’s needs Q Diapers are sterile washed ^ _ Q Soft, fluffy absorbent diapers. ^ Q Same diapers returned to baby each week. With diaper service, baby's wearing apparel laundered at a slight additional cost. PHONE METROPOLITAN 1452 DIAPER SERVICE 1 & fierce Street N.W., Washington, D. C OUTFITTERS TO GENTLEWOMEN SINCE 1903 U di/WAtf)l (A » ^VY\?-0LAAiy ' roost stfex south- <^o<£ dioovs smfta, dkcpwl ‘fetack • ! tXtpl d’wwtt 45.00 ^ PLACE YOUR FURS IN OUR TRUST THIS SUMMER Experienced Advertisers Prefer The Stai ../ : | Diplomas Awarded Class of 211 at Browne Junior High Diplomas were awarded to 211 j students at Browne Junior High [School today. Mrs. Velma G. Wil liams, Board of Education member, presided at graduation exercises. The graduates are: Alston, Reba M. Bell. Bronzella Z. Butler. Rosa L. Campbell. Delores E. Carroll. Mable I. Carter. Doris N. Coleman. Valeric E. Craig, Mary J Davis, Elizabeth Hansborough. Mazie Johnson, Carolyn R. Johnson. Lenora T. King. Thelma C. Anderson. Peggy B. Bates, Eunico M. Bland. Maggie A. Broadhurst. Marion Bush. Mary W. Butler. Montrula M. Byrd. Margaret L Carroll. Elizabeth B. Chatman. Flora L. Council, Dorothy M. Crewe. Thelma E. Dominick. Mildred L. Early. Mary E Edmonds, Constance Freeman. Mary A. Friday, Marjorie J. Fuller. Mamie L. Furbush- Burnell E. Gibbs. Helen E Gibson. Gertrude E. Giles, Jacqueline V. Gordon, Beatrice R. Green, Katherine Gross. Mary F. Hall, Betty P Hall, Lillian A. Hammond. Malvina Harkins. Iris B. Harrison. Ruth E. Hart, Mary E. Hawkins. Jacqueline Lee. Georglanna Mattison, Gladys E. McDaniel. Henrietta Minor, Otelia Prince. Charlotte L. Perry. Audrey J Robinson, Mary M. Stroman. Mozelle Tucker. Anna J Turner. Maryland Tydings. Alice T Watson. Julia M. White. Rowena T. Hodge. Betty L. Holmes. Evelyn J. Jackson. Doris R. Johnson. Ada B. Jones, Deloise C. Jones, Mary L. Kelly. Hazel R Kennedy. Lorraine Lightfoot, Lorice L. Marshall. Dorothy M. Matthews, Celestine Meachum. Gladys M. Merriwether. Mary Moore. Naomi A Mouton. Ether C Murphy. Carrie G. Neville. Josie M Newman. Mary V. Nlckens, Pauline Proctor. Mary E. Royal. Levonia Scurry. Rena Sherwood. Dorothy Smith. Marylyn Sullivan. Mary E. Tasby. Geraldine Trivers. Enola M. Truss. Robbie L Turner. Betty R. Ware. Pearl E White. Barbara A Belcher. Eva V Blakeney. Gloria F. Campbell. Iona M. Carroll, EfRe A. Carter. Doris Coleman. V E. Donald. Betty F. Dykes, June F. Edmonds. B. R English. Eunice J. Oainous. Eunice B. Garrison, M. C. 8ordon. Adelaide L. reen. Helen D Harley. Anne M. Harrison. .Norma A. Henderson, M. E. Henson, C E. Hughes. Alma J Johnson. Dolores M. Lewis. Faith N Logan. Willie L. Lone. Phyllis Y McCoy. Frances A. Milton. Elaine D Morton. Bertha L. Nick. Doris J. Peete. Norris A. Pendergrass. O 8 Powell. Barbara M. Read. Aylene Y Sewall. Beatrice I. Simmons. R. A Skipper. Barbara I. Smith. Evelyn J. Tapscott, R M Thomas, Peggy W Walton.- Barbara M. Washington, D. M. Westbrook. M. Williams. Pearl V. Wilson, Loretta A. Wright, Marla J. Barbour, C. E. Bryant. W. R. Bunn. Charles E Carey. Maurice M. Carson, Edwin B. Cooper. Frank A. Davis, Wesley Drew. Clarence A. Evans. Thomas C. Feeling, Floyd Foster. David A. Furbush, Bernard Gordon, Wilton Greene, Augustine. Jr Greene. Donald L. Harden, Alonzo 8. Jasper. Robert J. Johnson. Clifford Ashton. Paul C Bennett. Donald Botts. Carlton E Burgess, James R Cropn. Lawrence R. Higgins, Arthur Jackson. Willis Jones. Edward L Alexander. Cornelius Austin, Haskel. Jr. Barnes. Walter A Blackistone, James B Bradley, Arthur, Jr. Carter, Macro Cobbs, Robert N. Davis. William J. Files. Herbert Gray. Raymon L . Jr Green. Clifford G. Greene. Willis P. Hale. Carroll M. Holbrook, Alton Little. Gerald M Marshall. Edward L. Myers, Claude Pallen, Leroy H Parker. Marvin E Perrin, Lawrence T. Petty. Oswald B. | Smith. Leroy Stanmore. James L. Stone. Harry A. Sutton. Maurice Taylor. Alphonzo | Wages John 8 1 Washington Wm. H Wesley. Clarence Hopkins. Kenneth B Whitmore, Le Roy V King. Charles R., Jr. Williams, Cleonhus A.Kittrell, ElUah Williams, L. E. Lilly. Louie C. Moulden. Richard, Jr. Overall Waller R . Jr Norman. Thomas A Richardson. Charles Queen, Franklyn V. Smith, Walter D. Stewart. Curtis F. Tianor, Donald M. Timberlake. RaymondTlgnor. Sterling P. Warrick. Cecil L. Towles. Earl Wilson, Roland P, Watkins, Myron H Wood, Thomas P. Wheeler. Aithur L. Holmes, Ronald N, Wood. Lewis M„ Jr. VA Central Office Starts 40-Hour Week July 1 The central office of the Veterans, Administration will go on a 40-hour work week starting July 1, it was announced today. Because of the heavy workload, employes of the agency have been on a 44-hour week, in contrast to the general 40-hour Government week. Plans call for the 40-hour week to be in effect until September 1, but officials said the new schedule will be made permanent If It Is found that the work can be accomplished satisfactorily under the shorter schedule. Approximately 12,200 employes here are affected by the order. The agency’s regional office here will continue on a 44-hour week unt41 further notice, it was said. The Treasury by continuing to sell U. S. Savings Bonds offers all Amer icans a fine opportunity to build financial security and help fight inflation. P0ZuTS BRID £ lint portraiture -- 6 for 13.50 Emerson 4237 WlK0n„nA„. 77ic Tiffany Studio Charge Accounts Invited - * Godwin to Address Lions Earl Godwin, radio commentator, will speak at a luncheon of the Washington Host Lions at 12:15 p.m. tomorrow In the Hotel Mayflower. i _ Captured Forever! The heart-warming sweetness of your baby's smile in a portrait bp BROOKS Portrait Photonraphen Since 1907 1327 F St. N.W. NA. 1078 summertime dresses Enchanting and crisp is this sheer dotted Swiss dress with front and pockets of white eye let embroidery. Cunning puffed sleeves and sweetheart neck line . . . button and tie-back sash. In red, blue or maize. Sizes 3 to 6x. $598 1225 F St. N.W. Exclusive Infants* and Children’s Wear - -* ¥ BECKERS INVITES CHARGE ACCOUNTS I 4 *• •; j r . )U)JL, Jv4M*fA tax iftcL From BECKER’S Selection of Summer Handbags y. I •• V '" *■:■ < Y. . . • ‘‘7& y 1 . ' • . I;" • ■' 1314 F STREET ■ 4 ; of Gift from BeefewMeantMype ^ ^ :• -, ,,.* VjXJ^^vA^SiiiW^ </#&&■ v ^ #*»*«»»«■•' Lots and lots of summer dresses! From sports shop classics to French room creations, Jelleff's twelve dress shops offer abundant evidence that here you will find dresses for all at prices for all. Send Your Gift TODAY to the Chil dren's Hospital. Junior's Verney CH' Intang rayon shantung keeps a date with summer. Old English print, black on pink, lime, aqua or eggshell, black bordered. Sizes 9 to 15 $13.95 Junior Deb Shop, Fourth, ond also at our Bethesda, Md., Store, 6936 Wiscon sin Ave. 1 Crisp-cut classic, turned eminine with white eye let edg.ngs . . . slim! buttoning a'l the way down the side. Beige or aqua spun rayon, sizes 16 to 4*o:-1—$22.95 Tall, dark and handsome , . . starred with tiny white blossoms, scaled to make you look taller . . . mar quisette yoked for shadow coolness! Sizes 1615 to 26 Vi-$25 'Tween Miss" suit dress, pretty enough for a wedding, is shorter waisted . . . fuller through the bust to fit you who wear a shorter than-misses' size. Aqua, pink or grey rayon crepe, bright-printed. Sizes 10 to 18.... _$16.95 Misses' Dress Shop, Second.