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The Real Estate Brokerage Office of SANDOZ, Inc. 2 Dupont Circle Will be Closed Saturdays Through July and August TENDLERS Pawnbroker Sales Company 913 D St N.W. ME. 9339 A REAL HOLIDAY SPECIAL! Heavyweight, Top-Grain Leather CLUB BAG i 20% OFF! Exceptionally fine quality! Beautiful heavy, top grain leather. Zipper closure with lock and key. Sturdy stitching for long wear. • Alio Large Selection of Week-end Coses, Aeroplane Luggage, Lockers and Trunks! Okay! 'But well wait for the best Oil Heat! The best means TIMKEN OIL HEAT! After waiting; so long for automatic heat, perhaps you are tempted to buv am oil burner vou can get. But when vou consider that sour oil burner is a lifetime investment—that vou'll use it more and longer than any other appliance in vour home— don't vou want to be sure vou get the best? Most people feel that wa\. And that's whv thev insist on Timken Silent Automatic, “The Accepted Standard" for comfort, for cleanliness, for low-cost operation. Below are four reasons whv Timken Wall-Flame Oil Burners last so long, need so little attention, and use up to 25% less fuel than ordinary burners—reasons whv Timken is worth waiting for. Get in touch with vour Timken Dealer todav for a free heating survev. He is listed in the vellow pages of vour phone book under “Oil Burners” and "Timken Silent Automatic." Th* Timton Wall Flam* —» is * quiet. drifting flame that blankets the vails of your furnace or boiler. Most other oil burners shoot a blowtorch flame into ashpit, waste heat up the chimney and through the ashpit. <— The fuel-thrifty Timken chrome-steel flame rim va porizes the oil completely . . . burns the air-oil mix ture cleanly. Gets all the heat out of the new fuel oils. Only «m moving pmi —► is needed in a Timken Wall Flame Oil Burner . . . and it is as iintplr as a spinning lop. Moreover, this famous burner is so automatic it even lubricates itselff <— A Timken can be cus tom-built into vour present heating plant, or vou mav select one of the new Oil Furnace or Oil Boiler mod els soon to be available. Installation requires only a few hours. TIMKEN HEAT «MMM MUHT AVTOMATtC A* VISION ** WMtM onion axu to., orntorr u, mcn. iNavy Court Indicates Finding of Guilty on Some Rollins Charges By the A'$ociot«d hre*s ANNAPOLIS. July 1—Chief Steward Walter W. Rollins, colored, was found innocent today by a 1 seven-officer Navy general court martial on a charge of lascivious conduct with a white woman, but ] the court did not announce findings : on one count charging adultery with | a white woman. <In Navy court-martials findings I of innocence are announced at once. No announcement of a finding on a ; particular count ordinarily means a | conviction on that count. Findings ; of guilt are not announced until re ' viewed by higher authority.) Rollins, a veteran of 27 years' Naval service, also was found in nocent on a charge of embezzlement! of liquor from the North Severn i .Officers’ Club, of drinking in his j quarters on three occasions, of per-! I mitting guests to create disturb ances in his rooms on two specified, date, and on one other specification ] under the adultery charge. The official court verdict on all specifications on which he was ac quitted was. “not proved.” No findings were announced on these additional counts: Gambling for money with cards on February 10, 1946, counts of permitting visitors to create a dis turbance in his basement quarters at the club on three specified dates, theft of the 89 bottles of whisky, and on one specification of the adultery charge. Rollins had pleaded innocent on all charges. Witnesses had testified during the 18-day court-martial that they had seen Rollins together with Mrs. I Margaret A. Sima, wife of Musician' 1 c William R. Sima. Jr., in Rollins’j quarters at a time when no one else j was present. Mrs. Sima denied from the wit-| ness stand that she had ever been; in Rollins’ room other than with; her husband. Rollins was taken into custody after a Navy investigation of a party held in his room during the WEDDING Announcement* and Invitation* 24-Hour Service BTANIJtY ADAMS PRIWintG CO. 1221 Me* York At*. R* 193# early hours of February 10. Present besides Rollins at the party were Musician 1, c and Mrs. Sima, jr.; Lt. William p.. Sima. sr.. suspended leader of the Naval Academy Band, and his wife, and an Annapolis hairdresser. Young Sima was convicted at, a sumiftary court-martial of miscon duct and was sentenced to a bad conduct discharge. The sentence later was remitted. Lt. Sima, his father, is now facing' a general court-martial trial on 10; charges in connection with the per-' formance of his assigned duties.' Dr. J. K. FREIOT, DENTIST PLATE SPECIALIST Plate* Repaired WUe To« Wait 407 7th St. N.W. NA. 0019 FLOOR MACHINES RENTED Sanders Waxers Edgers * Belt Sanders PA. 4346 KENNEDY FLOOR & TILE CO. H. E. Richardson 709 Kennedy St. N.W. We also sand and finish new and eld floors UNREDEEMED PLEDGES AT b SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS... : • Diamonds • Watches a Jewelry • Other Valuables ; Top Dollar Albert "Bill' Ouryee Unredeemed diomonds and other valuables mean big savings for you » You poy for less on this unclaimed merchandise. Items guaranteed. Money refunded if you ore not satisfied. oons on all “ Valuables Harold L. Hoffman ss LOAN Iff /LmMSrnliiJjJt Rosslyn, Va CHestnut 2800 2025 N. Moore Sf. • Hours 9*5:80 DoHy Experienced Advertisers Prefer The Star There’s a holiday ahead and holidays usually call for something special in the way of eating. Maybe you’ll be planning a picnic or a backyard party. Whatever your holiday schedule, Safeway will be glad to help you arrange for the food. Some suggestions th at mav assist you in planning your "meals are given below. You’ll find dozens of other ideas on the shelves at Safeway. » FOOD PRICES Safeway Pledges Strict Adherence to Its Food Price Policies Whatever changes are made limiting or removing price control, these Safeway price policies are a pledge that Safeway prices will be kept as low as possible. In setting retail prices, Safeway will continue to give customers the benefit of savings resulting from its way of doing business by pricing at the lowest point that will yield a reasonable profit. For many years, Safeway’s | profit has averaged less than two cents on every dollar ! of sales. 2, Safeway will do no speculative hoarding. Stores will ! contain the largest possible supplies of foods at all times, and they will be made available to all customers. 3, Safeway will pay full legitimate market prices to farm ers and other producers of food. PEANUT VWh * m / CHILDREN LOVE IT. Safeway has your favorite brand in smooth, creamy, regular grind or crunchy, coarse grind. BEVERLY Smooth Grind BEVERLY Smooth Grind SCHINDLER Coarse Grind REAL ROAST Smooth Grind REAL ROAST Smooth Grind HOWDY Coarae Grind Attend America's C«v«lc*de of Freedom 1946, July 4th. 7:.V> P.M.. Monument Grounds—Stsrs—Fireworks—Musie Sparkling Water CrMl( Cheerios R~k 3 2tZ.25© ireokfost Troy Betty Croeker Putted Wheat Sparkies Whiffs O’ Wheat Morning Glory Oats - Quaker Oats . Cream of Wheat -------- Ralston -- Baking Chocolate COOOa -- p^b 12c 22o 11c Quaker A> pkg 98 - U": 20 ©z pkg 12C ”°8 22e 54~ 20c pk8' Hw.hey’t 13C Xb 10c Popular Brands CIGARETTES 2 p*<*» 27c Carton *? tssvf Formulae Macaroni ^ 6c Spaghetti mu.ii.t-... 2 ’k“' 17e Tendoroni ,- 2 pi 15c Spaghetti Dinner goyc^0„ ^ 32c Vegetable Relish «>••"•"«• *”■ 13c Morten’s Salt 7c Clam Chowder .... 24c Vinegar .35c V'ntgar ££ - S6« U. S. Govt. Graded Eggs Breakfast Gems LARGE GRADE A dor. j|« Morning Star LARGE GRADE B dez. fJC SAfEWAy fARM-MESH PRODUCE l:; i9c The New Cleaning Fluid _ WHITE MAGIC BLEACH *■£ 19c RENUZITD'' c,*an*1 - ^ 65c JOHNSON'S GLO COAT 59c OLD ENGLISH WAX 7 'V.V 69c 25 BENDIX de luxe Home Laundries 25 BULOVA 17-Jewel Wrist Watches $2500.00 in CASH PRIZES Util tNTRY BLANKS AT SAFI WAY I b29c I WILKIN'S COFFEE >b- 29c CHASE ft SANBORN 33c AIRWAY COFFEE-—2 41c NOB HILL COFFEE ORIENTA COFFEE 9 2,b* 47e 29c Western Grown CANTALOUPES Luscious and Ripe lb. 10 Western Grown Iceberg LETTUCE llc llllBllMllI "-1 Firm, Fresh Heads lb. Juicy California LEMONS 12c You'll Need Plenty for Holiday Picnics lb. PEACHES .SB. 2-19' SANTA ROSA PLUMS • 25' POTATOES TOMATOES U. S. No. 1 WHITE 10 b 33' FIRM, RIPE FOR SLICINO cello carton 21 GRAPEFRUIT JUICY FLORIDA lb. 7' ORANGES CALIFORNIA SMALL, EXTRA JUICY lb. 12' Price* effective until close of business Saturday. July 6, J46. except produce prices which are subject to daily market chances. NO sXlES TO DEALERS. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES.