Woodward & Lothrop
10,M 11™ F and G Streets Zone 13 Phone DIst*ict 5300
Mix Soilax With Water and You
Have a Cleaner That Will Save
You Many, Many Minutes
when cleaning walls, woodwork, tile and
porcelain surfaces. It is a reliable aid that
you will always want handy once you know
its many wonderful qualities.
1 V2 pounds, 25c Five-pound box, 75c
W&L—Housewares. Eighth Floor,
Express Elevator Service.
While You Polish Your Fine
Furniture Let Superb
CELLOWAX Cleo η os Well
In one easy operation Cellowax Furniture
Polish protects the finish and restores lus
trous beauty. It is excellent for protecting
and polishing Venetian blinds.
12 ounces 49c Half-gallon _-$1.69
Quart 98c Gallon $2.98
W&L—Housewares, Eighth Floor.
Express Elevator Service. +
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clean and polish to perfection
How important to you that your floors shine and sparkle with
cleanliness for that alone can be an index to housekeeping effi
ciency. And how easy perfect floor-level cleaning can be with
Eureka's upright cleaner and its new disturbulator-action brush
that cleans every type rug, its convenient recessed beam search
light, pocket-book closure, non-spill dustbag and dependable
Eureka motor. All these Eureka advantages plus ex
pert post-war engineering throughout spell years of
satisfaction and outstanding performance. Eureka S7Q-50
upright * —'
Eureka Waxer Brush that "clicks" into place in the Eureka upright
çnd takes the drudgery out of polishing floors $7.50
W&L—Electrical Appliances, Eighth Floor,
«scress Slevator Service.
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Duties of Industry
To Public Stressed
By Trade Speakers
American industry's responsibility
to the public against its own special
interests were stressed here yester
day by speakers participating in the
spring meeting of the American
TTade Association Executives in the
Statler Hotel .
George W. Romney, general man
ager of the Automobile Manufactur
ers' Association, told the executives
that the United States was moving
into "an entirely new economic sit
uation-" that called for new ap
proaches to solving economic prob
"Plowing Under" Is Attacked.
Merrill A. Watson, president of
the Institute of Carpet Manufac
turers of America, reminded the
group that the American free en
terprise system was "operating in
a gold fish bowl" and that this
country had to show other nations
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Wesley Hardenbergh, president
of the American Meat Institute,
declared this country must not re
turn to what he termed the "plow
under policy" in food production
and distribution. He was referring
to the Government theory of the
1930s encouraging stabilization
The three speakers participated
in a panel discussion which con
cluded a day-long session of the
Politics Laid to Parties.
At a luncheon meeting, execu
tives heard Walter Chamblin, jr.,
vice president of the National As
sociation of Manufacturers, charge
that both Democrats and Repub
licans were "playing politics" in
current legislation in Congress.
He declared that so-called New
Deal influences in Washington were
"far from dead" and added the
"New Deal simply has gone under
Rear Admiral R. W. Paint, dep
uty executive chairman of the ]
Army-Navy Munitions Board, out-|
lined plans of the board for for
mulating yearly plans for industrial ■
mobilization in the event of a na
tional emergency. I
Mother's Tears Fail to Save
Son, 28, From 'Lesson' in Jail
The tearful pleas of a mother toi
keep her son out of jail were re
gretfully but firmly rejected yester
day by a Municipal Court judge
who told the mother "jail may teach
him a lesson."
Roger Charles Orsie, 28, who gave
his address as an apartment house
in the 2700 block of Connecticut
avenue N.W., had been convicted of
unpaid board bill charges involving
$554 owed three local hotels.
When Judge Ellen K. Raedy sen
tenced Orsie a total of 60 days on
the charges, the mother burst into
tears. She said she and her hus
band had come "all the way from
our home in Connecticut when we
heard Roger was in trouble."
"We will do our best to make the
money good," she sobbed. "Please
don't let him go to jail."
Judge Raedy demurred, however.
"I feel deeply sorry for you and
your husband. You're the ones who
are paying for this no matter what
happens. But I really believe jail
will do him good. It may teach
him a lesson."
Police reported that during the
past two months Orsie had stayed at
the Willard, Shoreham and Cairo
Hotels where he piled up bills as
high as $373. At all three he walked
out without bothering to check out,
police said. Orsie employed two
aliases—P. P. Barrett and G. C.
Kimball—while staying at the
hotels, police added.
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MOTHER'S DAY CARDS
If Winter Inactivity has left your
figure with unsightly bumps and
bulges, start now to get It in
shape for Spring clothes Our ex
clusive methods can help you to
streamline inches from hips, waist,
thighs or entire body ... at the
same time you build vitality »nd
improve your posture.
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Women's 21" Weekend Cases
Madam, here's your opportunity to select—from more than
a dozen patterns—a lovely case for yourself ... for a gift...
at worthwhile savings. These are new cases—only the
fact that they cannot be rematched in sets makes such
drastic reductions possible. All are strongly built, nicely
lined and have strong locks with key.
Brown or Blue Alligator-groin
Fabric and Brown Herringbone
Canvas . . . leather bound 19.68 14.76
Tan Canvas . . . leather bound
... wire springs in pockets 33.00 24.76
Genuine Pigskin Cases 44.77 22.38
initialed without charge Prices include tax
Luggage, Second Floor
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LOVALON, simple and quick to use
after a shampoo, does these 4 things to
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2. Adds a rich, natural tint to hair.
1. Rinses away shampoo or soap fHm.
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LOVALON does not permanently dye
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16 Afternoon ond Dey Dresses. 45.00 15.00
11 Suits 69.75 38.00
2 Topper Coats, Broadtail trim. 98.00 48.00
22 Dresses 69.75 28.00
2 Evening Coats 135.00 79.00
14 Suits 145M 68.00
15 Pastel Coats 55.00 28.00
2 Fur-trimmed Suits (plus tax) 300.00 95.Û0
26 Evening and Dinner Dresses __ 115 M 58.00
19 Coats 110.00 48.00
IB Evening Dresses S9.7S 19.00
2 Topper Coats, fur-trim 'plus toχ) 3S4.00 165.00
16 Hats 22.50 8.95
20 Hats 30.00 1 2.95
Groups of Blouses, White, Black 25.00 9.95
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418 Seventh Street, Adjoining Our Main Building
Modernize Your Kitchen With
Simple, safe—completely automatic Hotpoint dishwasher sink to take the
drudgery out of tiresome household chores, to save you hours of laborious
work. Washes and dries speedily—thoroughly. Has porcelain top, white
enamel base. 48 inches long, 36 inches high, 25 inches deep. Come see
it in action! Ask about our convenient credit terms.
To Fit in Your Sink
Dispose of your waste. This easily installed Hot
point disposal unit fits any sink having a iVz or
5 inch drain opening. Has ο 3-quart capacity,
disposes of food wastes immediately—eliminates
messy accumulation in the kitchen. Cold water
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—Lower Level r'lKtrance in Seventh Strmrt ft
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