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Gas on Stomach RditnJ in 5 minttM or _ Jwibl* yoor oomj bock ""U no®** Mid MUM* patafui. rngm ** ■**. mt itoud and hnruura. dneUn — ornnIOo tk* ■un*ek and hoortaum. doctor* , factaot-aetfni medicine* taan ,bb*u" n 11 PS*Jg** ^ m rotor* * | HOUSES WANTED D. C_Md_Va. W* offer m dependable Real Rotate Service in sellinc line residential prop erties at best market prices. L. T. Gravatte '*» lftth 81 N.W Realtor NA. 0753 Steel Slat VENETIAN BLINDS Installed in Irom . TWO to TEN DAYS For free ettimate call 74c &UU S4*fi I . Dupont 3656 1 LINOLEUM INSTALLED ON NEW SINK TOPS, OR OLD TOPS RENEWED WINDOW ShaDIS * VENETIAN BLINDS • LINOLEUM '3421 CONNECTICUT AVENUE (opp uptown mtTERi WO. 2204 First In Sales First In Service Washington’s Complete Real Estate Institution ASPHALT DRIVEWAYS AND ROADS Built By BLACK TOP ROADS CO. Free Estimates A A. 0464 We Co Anywhere Established 1920 CLEARANCE SALE ALL TYPES — OSCILLATING - DESK — ATTIC — PEDASTAL EXHAUST—1 AND 3 SPEEDS FLOOR FANS, ETC. $8-95 ♦» $72 50 CHENIER ONE OF AMERICA1* largest(^S)oeaiers 1781 Fla. AveHTW. *110.5008 '‘Next to a New Car a C demented Car /* Bent" LOST. AUTOMOBILE—Lost Saturday. August 10: ■®37 Chevrolet. 2-door coach; Va. license 142-768. Please call CH. 7710. —22 BAG, small black, lost In cab bet. 13th and R. I. and Commerce Bldg . Monday morning, contains woman's clothing; lib eral reward. Call Ml. 0213. —23 BILLFOLD, containing quite a sum oir money and identification papers, also driver s permit: reward. DU. 6717. alter 6230 p.m,_—23 Billfold, lady’s, red; contents of-per^ sonal value. Reward. RA, 8264, —22 BLACK COCKER SPANIEL, 6 months old, vicinity B. C. C. High School last Friday: peculiar arrangement curls on head; be loved pet of deceased veteran’s 3-year-old son; dog due 2nd distemper shot 30th ol Aug. Any one having information call WI. 8208._Reward.__—21 BRIEF CASE. Friday pm, contents of value to owner only. N. C. MEN AKER, UN. 2619. Reward. _—21 CIGARETTE CASE, lady's, in Diamond cab, I’riday evening: mother of pearl; -aentl mantal value. Reward. Call wf 7308. »-22 »T)AT, double breasted, light gray, sum n*r weight, with name ”J D Davis” on iriide pocket; from car Sunday eve., be tween wharves and Georgetown: reward. Ca'l MI. 8785. —22 COCKER SPANIEL, black, 4 months old, tic. of Albemarle st. n.w., Sunday evening 8818. after 6 p.m. sy „uvKER SPANIEL, brown, female: Rock Creek Park, near Rollingwood. Reward WI. 4382 —22 ENGLISH SETTER, white with biack spots, with 2 small brown spots over each eye. Call MR. GRANT. WI. 5446. —25 FOX TERRIER, female, uncropped, white with Mack; near Alexandria. 7X73464. • GOLD CLIP EARRING, in cab from Frees Bldg, to Military rd.: reward. WO. 6794 _—23 WATCH, lady's, engraved R.C.T., estray a.m " - to 8:15 Tues Call RA. 2843. GOLD WRI8T WATCH, chain bratJ&et Elfin, lost Sun. eve.. Duoont Ctrcle; re ward. Return to janitor, 18-0 Mess, •ve. n,w. _ £ —31 IDENTIFICATION BRACELET, made of told Navy wings: inscribed on back “K. W WINSOR, U 8. N R ”: great sentimental va^ue. reward. OR. 6686. —21 'China Reds Announce Establishment of Own Manchuria Regime ly »ti« A',iocia‘cd Preu NANKING, Aug. 21.—China’s! Communists today announced! establishment of their own gov ernment of Manchuria, and said they would not discuss partici pating in any coalition govern ment of China until all of the current fighting is stopped. Some informed quarters here said establishment of such a coalition had become "the last hope" of mediators seeking a permanent peace. Communist spokesmen denied that their party was calling for all-out mobilization against Chiang Kai shek’s forces, and said they "have iio desire” to overthrow his national government—which is strictly a one party regime now. But they added: “The first thing is to stop fighting. Then we can talk about reorganizing the government.” Political Accord Reported Sought. Some observers here said Gen. George Marshall and Ambassador John Leighton Stuart, having failed to stop the shooting first and talk politics later, now were trying to reach a political accord first. Gen. Chiang, these sources said, had asked Gen. Marshall to request a list of ministries which Com munists would demand in any coalition government. Manchuria's new Red adminis tration, the Communists’ official radio at Yenan announced, Is “the provisional supreme administra tion for democratic Manchuria,” composed of 86 elected delegates from all sections, and aspiring to "a peaceful, prosperous Manchuria by uniting all * * *” There was no report that it was operating directly under Yenan. the Communist capital, but its avowed1 goals were similar to those of the Yenan government: i Support of decisions reached by . China’s Political Consultative (Gov ernment-Communist unity) Confer-, ence: support of China's friendship treaty with Russia, and support of the Allies Potsdam declaration. War Declaration Denied. The Communists have not de clared war on Gen. Chiang’s forces, Wang Ping-nan, a party spokes man. contended. He explained in an interview here that last Monday’s Yenan broadcasts urging Commu nists to “mobilize" were not a dec laration of war; “it was in no way a mobilization of troops, but merely a moral mobilization. We have no desire to overthrow, the (National) government.’’ Informed sources here said that only a week ago the government and the Communists had been nearer agreement than in months, and were discussing plans for a coalition gov ernment. But Gen. Chiang, they added, had demanded (1) govern ment control of Red-administered counties in North Kiangsu Province, north of Shanghai, and (2) Com munist withdrawal from the East West Lunghai rain ^ad of East Cen tral China. These he reportedly made prerequisites to a.tv cease-fire order. So far as can be learned, neither side has budged since and casualties still are flowing back daily from the far-ranging hit-and-run fronts. Chinese Troops Reported Pouring Into Manchuria PEIPING, Aug. 21 UP.—Chinese newspapers asserted today that gov ernment troop trains were pouring through Mukden and on deeper into Manchuria for a drive westward within a day or two into North Jehol, Communist stronghold. The newspaper Hsin Min Pao de clared the Communists were fever ishly preparing to defend Chengteh, Jehol’s capital in the South Central part of the province, and had moved all schools from the city. A Communist source claimed five government armies were massing on Jehoi’s Eastern border, and the gov ernment's 2d Army was en route to Manchuria by sea. There was no official confirmation of all these re ports. Seventh D. C. Polio Case Admitted to Hospital The District's total of polio cases yesterday was raised to seven for the year when a 4-year-old boy of the 6500 block of Seventh nlace N.W. was admitted to Children’s Hospital as a victim of the disease. Total for the entire Metropolitan Area this year now stands at 55. Illness of a 4-year-old Bealeton (Va.) boy, who was admitted to the hospital last week, was diagnosed yesterday as Rocky Mountain spotted fever. The hospital de scribed his condition as satisfactory. Fiesta at Camp Matoake PRINCE FREDERICK, Md„ Aug. 21 UP).—An “International fiesta” will be held Saturday at Camp Ma toake in Calvert County, Mrs. Susan Alburtis, director of the girl’s camp, said yesterday. Portrayals of a Mexican market, Guatemalan church service, and a wedding in India will feature the pageant. LOST. Pestle, bCEe and white, vicinity n_ bth K*J".d Willow lane, Chevy chase. ward”1 OU 4>93,1S< °Cth: *• 1 £aIAc- Platinum mountlngT *' diamonds, hi oval form on each “S® o;l*«- stone; reward to finder. AW. 70/5. _22 SPITZ, brown, male, on R~i. ave.. near £ircle 2lW'; "Ward. *10; tag No. 1?®.'1 *2■_Phone Sparrow Point 171. —2 1 Si!iET’ Pigskin, lost Monday night or Tuesaav mnrnin*' pAnt*lnin» a... *ic;:rjr ’ i»*»-»a***. wov mummy mens or Tuesday mornin*; containing drivers per , miscellaneous identification cards and TOnpV • nietUnU.I._.1._ __ " M mit, .,"vM»,nuu. lueiiviiioauun caras and currency; particularly anxious secure re iur2 d,^Lver ? P*rmit and Identification cards; liberal reward. R. D. YOUNG, Jr , telephone Cjjf. 4684. 23*1 WALLET, red. initials V.D.W., Tuesday 2 rSi in F!?iS?,c«Pari streetcar, reward. Cali AP. 0055 after 6 p.m. WALLET, brown leather, with D. C. drlv ff s permit, real estate license, navy 'dentlflcation cards for JOSEPH J. MA HONEY: reward. OV. 0726 or RE. 5346 —_ 33* *£!£!*■ white gold. "Empire’' make; name, Yolanda M. Aronstetn” engraved on back. Call Franklin 0772. Reward, 21* wh9, csUed Franklin" 0772 please call again. Correct number—neigh S.or s_phone. Arrangements made. MRS ,30*fi Oalnesville sts“ Apt. A-437, fmylor Gardens._ • fI£^HAIPf *? TE,R|f*• brown and white, fraiale, vicinity oi Hamilton st.. Hyatts vllle. answers to Ihe name of ’’MlUie’’: reward. Call WA. 1670 W*Ht WATCH, yellow apid. with dia monds; stretch band: vie. F at. n.w., Aug. 16: rewaro. AT. 3614._—33 WRIST WATCH, man’s, gold and gold band, make Vaceron Constantine; very liberal reward. Cali up to 6 p.m., NA. 15760. MR. MARCOS. —22 '""‘T.,'SKI, TM & 22* bon: 3503. WRIST WATCH, man, Swiss make, lost on East Capitol street between 8th st. s.e. and Library; reward. Call PR. 8602, * bOY IN TAXI Monday afternoon, late; cardboard box. containing 2>/«x3Vi-ln. glass projection slides; reward. District 4150. 321. __FOUND. . _ g^^r^oatg. tsMi. ffl ryupf!. -tte' BLUE DEVIL TANK FIRES ON BORDER FORTIFICATION—As an observer watches in the fore ground, a tank of the American 88th (Blue Devil) Division fires at an old border fortification in Northern Venezia Giulia province ne$r the Austrian border. Yesterday more than 10,000 divi sion members paraded in war dress in an impressive display of American military might close enough to the Morgan Line for Marshal Tito’s Yugoslav soldiers to watch through glasses. This picture was made during practice maneuvers early this month. —AP Wirephoto. Yugoslav (Continued Prom First Page.) August 9 nor to the seven occupants : of that, plane now being held at Ljubljana. It said two members of the crew parachuted from the plane forced down Monday, but added: “There are signs that un fortunately victims fell in this ac cident.” Version of Latest Incident. The Yugoslav version of Monday's1 incident was as follows: “On August 19 last an American! aircraft appeared over Bled. Yugo slav air authorities invited the air-1 craft to land. Signals to that effect: were given continually between 0850 (8:50 am.) and 0902 ( 9:02 a.m.> hours, the scene being watched by many people on the spot. “Since the aircraft refused com pliance with the invitation Yugo slav fighters forced it to land. On its landing the aircraft got afire and crashed. Two members of the crew parachuted out. There are signs that unfortunately victims fell in this accident. (This would indicate that three McNarney Discloses Vienna-Udine Line Flight Suspension By th« As»ocio!ed Pr«s* BERLIN, Aug. 21.—Gen. Jos eph T. McNarney announced today that American air transr port flights between Vienna and Udine had been cancelled until further notice as a result of the downing of two of the planes by Yugoslav fighters. Gen. McNarney said he planned to confer with Lt. Gen. W. D. Morgan, Allied com mander-in-chief in the Medi terranean, on measures to pro tect the planes. He stressed that suspension of the flights was •'temporary” and that they would be resumed as soon as he could work out a pian of operation with Allied forces in Italy. American Airmen died, since the European Air Transport Com mand previously had announced j that the plane carried three offi cers and two elisted men. There | was no indications as to whether the two who parachuted have been found.) Previous eye-witness accounts said; the transport apparently was fired] in the air and spiralled down trail ing black smoke. Deeply Regret Incident. "The government of the Federa tive People’s Republic of Yugo slavia deeply regrets this unhappy incident,” last night’s note said, "but points out that the responsi bility therefor lies with the depend ent authorities of the American Government * * * since the Yugo slav government has repeatedly drawn attention to its view regard ing the subject of unauthorized flights. "The responsibility also lies with the*crew, who did not follow the correct invitation for landing ex tended by Yugoslav authorities. The Yugoslav government is investigat ing, with a view to finding out all the details of this regrettable acci dent.” The note listed the following al leged unauthorized flights over Yugoslav territory: August 11—Six fighters, one bomber, three transports. August 12—One fighter, one bomber. August 13—Three fighters, one transport, at least three bombers. August 14—Two fighters, four bombers. August 15—Two bombers. August 16—One unidentified air craft. "These flights over Yugoslav ter ritory were continuing so that the Yugoslav government has come t,o the conclusion that the American WATCH REPAIRING tO-DAY SERVICE ARTHUR MARKEL 940 F ST. N.W. * -*» u.i .mihi SALES RENTS LOANS INSURANCE PROFERTV MANAGEMENT NA. 6730 i"'S nokt h LAPiroi sr government was not successful In forbidding flights over Yugoslav territory, thus preventing any more violations of the sovereignty of a friendly country and at the same time to find that the unauthorized flights and violations of state sov ereignty became insistent and sys tematical, continuing day after day.’’ Byrnes 'Continued From First Page t more than an hour, but no details on the conversation or its atmos phere were obtainable. The Secretary confirmed an an nouncement that, he had talked by telephone to President Truman aboard his vacation yacht at sea. He refused to give any details ot the conversation, but did say that the Yugoslav situation was among the topics. (President Truman's press sec retary, Charles G. Ross, was quoted in dispatches from the yacht Williamsburg last night as saying Mr. Byrnes called the President from Paris abqpt 4 p.m.. E.S.T.. yesterday and “Mr. Byrnes appraised the President fully of all developments in the Yugo slavian situation. The transmis sion was good.’ ) Mr. Kardelj denied that the two recent attacks by Yugoslav fighter planes on American transport planes flying over his country were ’ inten tional.’’ He said the two planes had been signalled to land and when they did not obey “there was nothing for us to do but shoot them down.’’ Longshoremen's Strike Spreads to Brooklyn • y the Associated Press NEW YORK, Aug. 21.—The walk out of ^ about 3,500 longshoremen; which started at a few piers Mon-i day and spread to 26 yesterday, affected Brooklyn piers today for| the ffrst time, the War Shipping Ad-! ministration reported. All Manhattan and New Jersey piers previously affected by the walkout remained tied up today. The WSA tabulation placed the total number of piers affected at 28, the number of longshoremen idle at 3.500 and the number of vessels affected at 45. The longshoremen are members of the International Longshoremen’s Association (AFL) and although the issues involved in the stoppage have not been stated officially, they were reported to center around a de mand for a week's vacation. Phone Left in Yard By Installer Stolen Somebody whose priority may have gone astray stble a brand-new telephone late yesterday from Cal vin Foster, 3928 Seventh street N.W.. telephone installer. He went to 807 Eighth street N.W. to install an Instrument and, while obtaining the key nearby, placed the I instrument, his tool kit and some; wire, worth $25, in the back vard. When he returned the telephone! and equipment were gone. — ■ ■ - x NOT AN AUTO LICENSE but the number to call to sell your home or business building. Senate REALTY CO 1109 Eye St N.W. EX: 3270 REALTORS CAMERAS 933 PENNA AVE. N.W. [_Opp1Dcpt. of Jmtict • KE. 2434 J Prompt Posting Advised On 'Held-for-Veteran' Signs The Commissioners today called on all home builders operating under the veterans’ emergency housing program to post promptly on their projects the new "held-for-veterans” placards now obtainable from the local office of the Federal Housing Administration. Pasting the new signs, according to Commissioner John Russell : Young, “will serve notice that our veterans and servicemen are get ; ting first chance at buying or rent- j | ing all new homes approved for| ! construction under the veterans’ emergency housing program.” The placards, which are red, white i and blue and must carry FHA-ap I proved prices, must be posted con spicuously at building sites within five days after construction begins. Mr. Young pointed out placards i net only notify the public that homes are being held for veterans but also focus attention on unposted, unauthorized building. I_ I Army Band to Give Water Gate Concert The United States Army Band | will present a concert at 8:30 o'clock j tonight at the Water Gate. The | program will include the third move ment of Brahms’ “Symphony No. 2.” march from Tschaikowsky’s i "Sixth Symphony,” Rossini’s over ture to “William Tell.” Lecuona’s ; “Malaguena,” “At the Gremlin Ball" by Hill, Sousa’s “Hands Across the Sea,” “Lady in Red” by Wrubel and Dixon, Rose’s “Dance of the Spanish Onion,” Caillet’s Strains Prom Erin,” Wright’s ar rangement of “Sweet and Lovely,” McCoy's “Lights Out” march, Cha j brier’s “Espana Rhapsody,” Tschai | kowsky’s “Valse des Fleurs” and ! Kern’s “Smoke Gets in Your Eyes.” I Loose Cornice Menaces Rockefeller Center Crowd! By Associated Press NEW YORK. Aug. 21.—Throngs jin Rockefeller Center were endan ! gered yesterday when a cornice esti mated by authorities to Weigh per | haps 800 pounds, became loosened |on the 65th floor of the Radio Corp. iof America Building. RCA and city police secured the limestone block with ropes and ; hooks while about 1,000 persons watched. 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Both the President’s yacht, and the accompanying press ship, the Weiss, were pitching like rodeo horses. The President showed he was tak-j ing it in stride, however, by coming! out on the upper deck shortly before I lunch and posing for photographers on the Weiss, which moved up to; about 50 yards off the Williams-1 burg’s port for the shots. At noon the Williamsburg was approximately 390 miles off the Virginia Capes and 280 miles from Bermuda. * The crew of the Weiss, many of whose members are just getting used to Navy life, engaged In battle drill this morning, manning a 5 inch bow gun and beating off a simu lated attack by air and surface craft. Will Go Ashore. Announcing plans late yesterday for the visit to the British island, Press Secretary Charles G. Ross in dicated that Mr. Truman would go ashore, but he stressed that the stop primarily is to service the ship, which will dock at the American naval operating base. i Amplifying that whatever the amenities call for would be done, Mr. Ross, telephoning to reporters on the Weiss, said “if there is any ceremony, it will be held to a mini mum.” Britain has a governor general ati Hamilton, Bermuda, which Mr. Ross described as the first stop on the; southern course taken by the Wil liamsburg. Pretty Good Sailor. Yesterday Mr. Ross was asked how’: the President was taking the pitch-; ing to which the yacht wras sub jected. >, “The President is taking a nap j now, he is a pretty good sailor,” the secretary responded. Asked about casualties from sea- i sickness. Mr. Ross said that “every body showed up for lunch.” Mr. Truman got a mail pouch from the White House when he was at Quonset Point, but Mr. Ross said it contained nothing of importance— just routine papers. Secretary Matthew J. 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