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by'" y cotton knits ·■ π» ... . · J* '' li / * \ A' Our most popular knits ... of sturdy construction . . . boilfost colors . ■··.. * λ ET/Λ deUghtfuHy different in style! Sohd color shorts with striped suspenders ·* Λ · and matching striped pullover. Grey, navy or brown. Sites 3 to 6. 1Washington's Dominant Infants' and Children's Wear Store1 Lieutenant Protests ' Army Refusal to Let Carroll Defend Him y >r tH· Auocwl*d Pran FRANKFURT, May «.-A United States Army* lieutenant today filed with Army headquarters a com plaint charging that high Amer ican military authorities had vio lated his constitutional right to legal counsel of his own choice by refusing to let Karl J. Carroll de fend him in ώ» court-martial. Simultaneously, Mr. Carroll wrote a letter to Gen. Lucius D. Clay, American military commander in Germany, protesting that CJen. Clay had abridged the constitutional rights of American citizens In Ger many and usurped authority in barring Mr. Carroll from accepting any more cases as civilian defense counsel. Carroll Asks Interview. Mr. Carroll, à San Bruno (Calif.) lawyer, who has become known In Germany as a sharp critic of Amer ican military justice, was informed by Gen. Clay yesterday that he could remain in Germany wily long enough to complete his trials now under way and would be ousted from Germany if he undertook any new cases. The complaint by Lt. Sidney Hartman of New York was ad dressed to Gen Clay and named Lt. Gen. Clarence R. Huebner, Ameri can troop commander in Germany, as the officer whose order barred Mr. Carroll from participation in his case. 1 Lt. Hartman was scheduled to go to .Mal this aftsraecB en thuiH ot Uqtforto is tnWH man in violation of army regulations «ad of a faite statement. Mr. Carroll aiktd Gen. day fer "a personal interview ta the hope that a more proper understanding may be reached." ; .. WW Expedite Γ·Κί '' ' " . Gen. Clay (old Mr. Carroll he acted to expedite the case* of the five men^whom Mr. Carroll origin aUy caiW? here last fan to defend. The Attorney said Oen. City's order Mâ*ed*him from trial* of sfc Americans who sought to employ him 13 defense counsel. Arguing that both the United States Constitution and the Articles of War jpant court-martial défend ants the right to be representedhy counsel at their own selection, Mr. CamQ alleged that Oen Clay's action "is an abridgement of that right and a usurption of authority." Mi Won't you join us tomorrow wHen Miss Alice Rydell of Bride s Magazine will be here In The Bride's Shop te give her * valuable suggestions to Washington's "June Brides." See also the informal display of Wedding Fashions on Living Models Bridal Gowns and bridesmaids' dresses will be shown as well as appropriate fashions for the bride's trousseau. Tie lrM«'i Shop—S«cm«I Flew elleffs W*ih<*ft«K 4. 0 C. : -V "ΑΤη%·: ~ir :— Our BETHESDA SHOP joins in offering the values here advertised! (6936 Wis. Ave. Md.) Il - Belieff's WjS- | | W»iKiHf»»« * ft C vF II They're Fashion-right, Value-right, Summer-right Sparkling New Dresses Jelleff Exclusives for Juniors, Misses and JVomen $19.95 J^ôyÂÎ cyneAs ^ c$aAÂ^ Is the new nylon stocking story 20 Denier, 5-^Êgi *195 ^ ' Foshion authorities recently gathered at the Crystal Room of the Ritz in New York, to see a wonderful show of the new dark shades in Gothoro Gold Î nylons ... We have. tfesfjf stockings, in colors that, look with light Summer dress* tones.:! Mother would truly appreciate! Shadow ... a sophisticated taupe shade, flattering and lovely. Charm and melody ... the basic, beautiful and softly darker standbys ■of your summer wardrobe. Gold stripe stockings ore to be found at Jelleff's exdusrtely in Washington Jelleff's Gold Stripe Stockings Street Floor Also at our Bethesda shop, 6936 Wisconsin Avenue, Md. White Bags Mother receives them as sparkling compliments . . . wears them coolly, smartly all Summer long. Plus 20% tax Long, it's roomy, it's sparkling white, tH's bog in smooth white Drastic potent with bow draped end smooth zippered top. Smooth-curved and top handled for Summer shopping. It's in calf-like plastic thot's goyly lined with jewel-tone flowered fabric. Double handled, Lucite clasped, this deep pouch in smooth plastic calf with Β Novy rayon lining and nicely appointed interior. «L Jelleff's, Handbags, Sheet Floor r\ Also available at J elle ff's Bethesda Shop 6936 Wisconsin Avenue Junior dress is swirled by stripes , t · bock-wrapped and peorly-buttcned by Mariorie Joy who poses a white pique bow on the bodice os cr:sp contrast to the sparkling striped seersucker of the dress. In grey, rose or blue. Sizes 9 to 15, $19.95 Jelleffs, Junior Deb Shop, Fourth Floor Also available at oar BoHiasda Shop Misses' dress is Sparkle-swished... It's β Susan Wayne Pettisize and you know what that means ... no alterations, nb troubles at oil fcr Misses' 5'4" and under. See the swishy-printed side panel cascading to the hem, the smooth black body for contrast. . . It's all done with cool rayon crepe, $19.95 Jelleff'-·, Misses' Dress Shop, Second Fleer Alio available at our Bethetda She# Women's dress is glinted by print , . , Fashioned with oil ef Anne Mitchell's tragic, this button-down-the-front dress in cool Royon Shorv .tung with the softly tailored details, the slimrrvinQ belt, the smart duotone Afternoon print in Wue or gray on a frosty white bockground. Sitt* Il te*44, S 19.95 11·H mil' ■ Ul- <- (Lu # J M •vllwlI |y TrWWI I VT^n «WPi WW·· Summer Dresses on Every Floor at Jelleff's! ♦ Fifth Floor . . . Our famous, exclusive Nelly Don, Lynbrook and Kay Dunhilf dresses, and for Juniors, Doris Dodson end Gay (Miim ÛPMMI I» our crop of Cotton Shop beauties. Fourth Floor . Among the well-known fashions in the Junior Shops are Ellen Kaye, Justin McCarty, ond Lennard Junior frocks. Lte£ hr Versatilers, McKettrick Classics, Dorothy Hubbs, Peggy Wood and many others in the Budget Shops for Women and Misses. Third Floor . . . Sport-right, Summer-right dresses from the Sports Shop . . . many from Sunny California! Second Floor .... Here you will find the French Room, the Bride's Shop, Misses' and Women's Dress Shops, the Romney Room for women end M· temity Dresses. Street Floor ,. . All out for the smart little budget Sports Shop with suit dresses and separates that odd up to dresse»!