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Pharmacists Are Praised
For Services by Truman President Truman today con gratulated the pharmacists of the United States as they prepared to observe the 21st National Pharmacy Week, April 20 to 26, and expressed his trust “that the pharmacists of the Nation will continue to extend their efforts designed to improve public health.” In a letter to the American' Phar maceutical Association, the Presi dent said that “many of our citizens go to the neighborhood pharmacy for help in time of sickness. The fact that pharmacists there em ployed are In a position to advise patrioos where to go for diagnosis and treatment adds materially tc the service available to the sick." This year, the Pharmaceutical Association announced. National Pharmacy Week will be dedicated to public education on control oi cancer, with pharmacists throughout the country participating in a co operative program with the Amer lean Cancer Society. Dean Kayser to Speak Dean Elmer Kayser of Georg Washington University will speak or “The World Today” at a lunched meeting of the Junior Board o Commerce to be held at 12:30 pm Thursday at the Burlington Hotel. Woodward SLothrop-North Building * S*“r * VkmiHfot f3.aC frrriu»r 4400 Specially Priced ... Children's Socks in, stripes and plain colors 13° ^ pairs $1 Children will like these cotton anklets for their pretty stripes and gay colors, and mother will indorse them for their durability. Some are solid colors of white, red, caramel, green, blue, brown and navy, with turn-back cuffs in con trasting colors or designs. Others are in boys' slacks sock style with-a convertible ribbed cuff. Solid stripes, or plain foot with fancy cuff. Sizes 8 to 11. W&L—North Building . , . CHILDREN’S HOSIERY, FIRST FLOOR 4 effectively banish "that winter look" Pink Cleansing Cream of fluffy, light melting texture, refreshes and cleanses the skin. 4 ounces - J_ _ _ . -$1.20 h Wind and Weather Cream as a hand cream or powder base soothes, .softens, protects the skin. 3 V2 ounces - - _ _ $1.20 Beauty Plus for face and neck, especially the "after 30" skin showing dryness or lack of sup pleness. 2 ounces -$3.60 Prices include 20% tax W8L—North Building ... TOILETRIES, FIRST FLOOR *" .11 I ... ' j - - • _ . ; ' * •' ’ • ' • # . ^ Woodward 8c Lothrop 10™ 11™ F and G Streets Zone 13 Phone district 5300 MANCH STORES—Bsthesda, Maryland Arlington Farms, Virginia Ha Paaftgta \ t t ' Come—See—Use-to Your-Advantage—the | M Our just-opened Sixth Floor "snug harbor" where your home- furnishing dream ship comes in . . . thanks to a staff of talented young consultants. And you will be glad to know that deferred payments may be arranged. Pleasantly practical springboards for your own indi vidualized small home or apartment, are the decorative schemes of the Home Planners' Shop. You are invited to come glean ideas from our consultant staff as well as from: • A 24-hour duty room in Provincial furnishings. In cluding furniture . . . five of the pieces are upholstered .. . draperies and cornices, as we show it, approximately $1,000 • A two-room living-dining-bedroom apartment, Tra ditional in theme, with furniture, floor coverings and draperies, as you see it here, approximately $1,600. • A three-room apartment in Modern . . . furniture, floor coverings and lavish drapery treatment, as we pre- ' sent it, approximately $2,500. Remember, each plan may be easily varied to include furniture you already own . . . possibly summer scatter rugs instead of the carpeting we have used . . . your preferences as to color. So prices are only approximate. And, oh yes, we have a happy faculty for picking pieces that will be just as useful in a larger home, later on. To simplify it all, we present to you . . . and keep a duplicate at hand ... a folio full of plan sheets for now and a-little-later ... to help you live » I W9L—Horn* PlammtPi Skip Mtmtk Pt—r.