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Were NOW
21" Tan Canvas Week-End Cases_22.74* 15.18*
21" Striped Canvas Week-End Cases_26.21* 18.00*
21" Tan Canvas Wardrobe Cases- 34.50* 21.60*
26" Striped Canvas Pullman Cases_32.21* 21.60*
Genuine Pigskin Train Cases_36.00* 24.00*
21" Striped Canvas Wardrobe Cases_52.20* 37.80*
18" Striped Canvas Hat and Shoe Cases-..52.20* 37.80*
MEN'S LUGGAGE
21 Fabricoid Week-End Cases-14.76* 9.80*
21" Striped Canvas Week-End Cases_18.30* 12.00*
18" Cowhide Zipper Bags_30.00* 21.00*
16" Fitted Leather Snugpacks-54.00* 27.00*
21" Cowhide Week-End Cases_43.20* 36.00*
WOMEN'S HANDBAGS
White Vanity-type Plastics_ 3.60* 2.34*
White Leather Shoulder-Strap Bags_ 9.54* 8.00*
Leather Bags, assorted styles_12.00* & 12 60* 9.00*
Leather Double-Handle Bags, with inside
zipper—black, brown_ _13.14* 9.54*
WOMEN'S GLOVES
Leather*; assorted styles, broken sizes-HALF PRICE!
COSTUME JEWELRY
Gold-finished Chatelaines - 1.20* .71*
White Plastic Pins_ 1.20* .71*
Leather Earrings _ 2.40* .71*
' Gold-finished Fork and Spoon Set*--2.34* 1.14*
I 3.50 3.75
Genuine Leather Compacts- _) & 7.50 ft 1.75
PERSONAL GOODS
Ostrich Leather, Book-style Cigarette Cases- 7.50 4.95
Leather Covered, Boat Shaped Cigarette Boxes
(assorted colorsJ_10.00 4.95
Leather Jewel Boxes—red only -15.00 10.95 t
Fitted Make-Up Boxes—black simulated leather.. 15.00* 11.94*
Leather Jewel Boxes—assorted colors_45.00 29.95
WALLETS
English Pigskin Card Case-Memo Pad Combina
tions (some soiled) ... 3.00* .69*
Leather Billfolds and Leather Checkbook * 4.20*
Covers _.._to 6.00* 2.34*
GIFTWARE „
California Rustic Salad Bowls. . .75 .37
Key to Solution Silver-plate Bottle Opener_ 3.60* 1.80*
Beverage Set . . . pitcher, six matching glasses and
large chrome tray_ 5.00 3.49
, Eight-piece Cake Set-:-- 5.00 3.75
Backgammon and Chess Board on Cork Base,
leather bound _ 6.50 4.37
Aluminum Pitcher- 7.50 4.95
Lucite Musical Cigarette Box- 12.50 9.29
SPORTSWEAR
Sport Print Neckties- 1.00 .69
Women’s Tee Shirts—small, medium_ 2.25 .69
Men’s Famous Make Boxer-type Swim Trunks __ 3.95 2.95
Women’s ’Bermuda’ Reindeer Sweaters 8.95 4.95
Women’s Bryn Mawr Blouses . _ 6.00 Ac 6.95 4.95
Women’s Famous Make Swim Suits 6.95 5.21
i/4 Off____to 14.75 to 9.95
Women’s Bryn Mawr Belgian Linen Blouses_ 7.95 5.95
L"f,r * Price
WithoTchor,. Includes Tax
All Sales Final.,.
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Baptist World Group
To Set Up Permanent
Headquarters Here
ly the Associated Press v
COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Jul>
31.—The Executive Council of the
Baptist World Alliance voted today
to make Washington permanent
headquarters, General Secretary
W. O. Lewis announced.
Washington for some time has
been temporary headquarters. An
other alliance office will be estab
lished in London.
The morning session of the con
gress ended in discussions splitting
the delegates into two groups on
the question of whether Baptist
should affiliate with the World
Council of Churches. No decision
was reached.
In an address on the World Coun
Wi WllUt VllbO, StViU J v/vn/n, IVJJ
tist superintendent of the London
area, said he would agree to affilia
tion on the condition that it would
mean no interference within "our
own community.’
Dr. M. E. Dodd, pastor of the
First Baptist Church of Shreveport,
La., promptly opposed him, declar
ing Baptists must keep free from
“any entangling alliances which
might compromise the * Baptist
World Alliance.”
The Rev. Dr. Louis D. Newton
of Atlanta, Ga., president of the
Southern Baptist Convention, says
Communism is “pushing its way
across continents, laying hold upon
bewildered youth, harnessing whole
populations to the chariot of ma
terialism.”
Addressing the seventh congress
of the alliance last night, he added
however, that “ 'The more excellent
way’ will push communism back and
back, even as Christianity has con
quered every false way of life from
the days of Cain to the present
hour.”
Dr. Newton told some 3,000 dele
gates at the congress’ first full ses
sion that even in Russia, which he
visited last summer. Baptist minis
ters were "preaching Christ cruci
fied as the one and only way of sal
vation today and forever, and,
thank God, lost souls in Russia are
hearing that message of hope, re
penting of sin and, believing in the
Lord Jesus Christ.”
bons Picketing father
In Teamsters' Strike
Sy the Associated Press
PITTSBURGH. July 31.—Truck
drivers James and Robert Gray,
members of the AFL Teamsters1
Union, don’t have far to go to take
up their picketing duties in the 49
day old household movers’ strike.
The Gray brothers are picketing
their father who—with two other
sons, William and Carl—runs a
moving business here.
"Two of the boys go to the car
riers’ meetings,” says father Gray,
"and two attend union meetings.
Yet we manage to keep it level and
in good humor.”
$1,725,000 Is Available
For Maryland Farmers
By th* Associated Pr*ss
Joseph H. Blandford, head of the
Production and Marketing Adminis
tration. announced approximately
$1,7%,OOU {ft abil conservation pay
ments wtU,-ixg »V«Pat)le in Maryland
this yearJai| part of a nation-wide
program totaling *265,000.000.
Mr. Blandford. said the funds are
largely for the development of pas
ture lands by planting cover crops
on fields that would be otherwise
left fallow.
Wallace Moler/Buried
At Shepherdslown, W. Va.
« Special Dispatch to Th« Star
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W. Va., July
31.—Services were held yesterday
for Wallace McClure Moler, 47,
member of the Town Council here,
who died at a hospital In Martlns
burg. W. Va., after an extended
illness.
He was a native of Engle, near
here and attended Randolph-Macon
Academy and West Virginia Uni
versity. At one time he taught in
the State School for the Deaf and
Blind at Romney while employed in
the print shop of the school there
as a linotype operator. He also was
employed for a time in the mechani
cal department of the Morgantown
daily newspaper and by a Wash- •
ington paper. In more recent years
he operated a grocery here.
He was a member of the Shep
herdstown Fire Department, Ameri
can Legion, Sons of Confederate ■
Veterans, Elmwood Cemetery Board,
Mt. Nebo Lodge of Masons, Meck
lenburg Chapter of Royal Arch
Masons and Potomac Commandery.
Knights Templar.
His wife and one son survive.
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in block or brown. Sixes
14 to 20. $12.95
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—They ore cut to the new longer dress lengths.
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Jtlfeff'l-CottO* and CotUal DrCSI Shop— Fifth Floor 1 "
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Tomorrow... many dollars to be saved here on
Hundreds of DRESSES Reduced!
Women's $19.95 and $22.95 Dresses. Print or plain,
rayon crepe or mesh, short or bracelet length sleeves, buttons to waist
or hem, vee necks. Rumtum rayon spuns in pastel shades, button front,
vee neck, short sleeves. A few brown checked or navy with lingerie
trim. Regular and half sizes_J|2
Second Floor
Misses'$16.95 Rayon Dresses. on« «»d two-piecers m
printed rayon crepes. One-piece afternoon type In plain rayon sheer.
One-piece street styles in rayon and cotton gabardine. One-piece
tailored types of spun rayon. White, green, aqua, red, navy, black or
prints. Misses’ sizes...____*--$10
Second Floor
Juniors' $16.95, $19.95, $25 Dresses. Printed rayon
sheers with pleated skirt, cape collar. Spun rayons With rayon velvet,
trim, circular heckline. Two-piece butcher linen suits, double breasted,
box pleated skirt. Pastel rayon crepes.--$10
Fourth Floor
Juniors' $8.95 to $12.95 Dresses. I Rayon sheers! Rayon
shantungs! Spun rayons! A grand collection of printed or plain
styles. Pastels, white, black, brown or dark green. Sizes » to 15.
$5 *nd $7.95
Fourth Floor
Juniors' $7.95, $8.95 and $10.95 Dresses. Chambray but
ton-front classics with set-in belt. Striped chambrays with side
button neck and eyelet embroidery trim. Checked ginghams with
square neck and full skirt. Chambrays -with two-toned striped skirt,
plain bodice. One-piece printed seersuckers.—.J5
Fifth Floor
Misses' $9.95 to $14.95 Print and Plain Dresses
Bemberg rayon, rayon shantung, rayon crepe, rayon sheer. Many
styles! White, green, flesh, aqua, beige, navy or black. Sizes 14%
to 24% and 10 to 20____
rourrn rioor
Teens' $10.95 to $14.95 Cotton Dresses. Dressy and cas
ual styles In cotton chambray or batiste. Striped or solid colored.
Sises JO to 16...... ^4 and ^7.95
Fourth Floor
Blouses! Were $2.95 to $12.95
Now $1 to $5
$8.95 Barrymore Collar Blouses and tailored shirt*. Rayon
crepe shirts with push-up sleeves. Organdy with lace trim, bow Jabot
and short sleeves. White, maize, beige or aqua. Sizes 30 to 38
$3.95 to $12.95 Cotton or Rayon Blouses, including ray
on crepes with collars, long-sleeved striped rayon shirts, short sleeved,
jewel neckline rayons with lattice front, cottons with round or
square necklines and lace trims. White, blue, squa, black or brown.
Sizes 32 to 38....-.-$3
Third Floor _
$2.95 to 35.95 Blouses. Cotton batiste, broadcloth, spun rayon,
linen, rayon crepe. Short,, cap or three-quarter-length sleeves. Jabot.
Jewelry or peasant necklines. White. Sizes 9 to 38.<£j and ^2
, Street Floor
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Misses' 59.75 to 69.75 Spring Suits, $35
Classic and Dressmaker Suits, wool crepes, gabar
dines. tweeds. Plaid, striped or plain. Black, grey, beige, green
or blue. Sizes 10 to 18. Third Floor.
■■ ■ - » ■—
Street Floor Clearance "Finds"!_
$3, $3.95, $5 Pins, Bracelets, Earrings, Chatelaines.
Various styles. Gold or silver plated, with moonstones, multicolor or
white stone* —:-------$1.95
plus 20% tax
$1 .95 Cigarette Cases. Aluminum or plastic. Holds 16 cig
arettes light weight-1-------$1
$5 and $5.95 White Handbags. Pouches, underarm types,
tailored, double-handle styles. Plastic calf or plastic patent, some
with smooth finish, others with pique grain....$3
plus 20% tax.
$1.25 to $6 Fabric Gloves. R*y°n or cotton- moet‘y white>
a few browns and blacks. Some slightly soiled-50c 40 $2.50
$5 95 Blouses. Organdy, pique or sheer rayons, jabot tie, vee or
jewel neckline*. White, pink, malae or blue .-.---$3.95
50c Women's Handkerchiefs. sh*er «>tton cord* wlth m»
chine embroidery, white with white or white on color -4 for $1
$1 95 to $6.95 Patent, Plastic or Calf Belts,
$1'*>$2.95
$1 .59 Ro-lon Lipstick. Metal ease. Three shades.50C
$2.50 dram Lily Dache's "Drifting"-$1.25 dram
$1 Tussy Summer Cologne--50c
$2 Tussy Summer Cologne--$1
All cosmetic price* plus 20% tax.
57c and 67c‘Women's Seamless Hose. R*yon* m summer
tones. Rises to 10Vi---— -.r.25c
39c and 69c Footlets and Invisibles. Magic comfort for
fiiaaa #1- 11 _;_7Cir
Spring Coats at Savings'
Womens $69.75 to $89.75 Dressy Spring Coats *
In box, fitted and belted styles with embroidered tucked panels and
tailored details, too. Collarless or rever collars. In wool twill, wool
crepe or wool suede. Navy, "black brown. Sizes 34 to 40, 16%
to 34% ..—.--..•.$48
Lorger Women's $49.75 Dress Coots ^ creP* *nd
wool suede with rever collars and flange tucked yokes.. Black and
navy. Siaes 40% and 44%.-.$28 <
Women's $49.75 ond $5^.75 Dressy Spring Coots
in twill, gabardine, suede and crepey woolens, in collar less box and
fitted styles, in braid bound styles and button and tuxedo front sty lea
Black, brown, blue and grey. Siaes 35 % to 39% and 38 to 44-$28
Misses' $49.75 Wool Classic Topcoats **» black. mae is.
$28
Misses' $49.75 Suede Wool Classic Topcoats
in black and skipper blue. Slae 18.....$28
Misses' $69.75 Belted Dressmaker Coats black or
brown needlepoint woolens. Siaes N and 18 .$28
Misses' $49 75 Forstmann Wool Box Coots w*th eardi
gan necklines. Scarlet, pink, or blue. Siaes 16 and 18-•'--$28
Misses' $55 Classic Topcoat m craighieigh navy wool
fleece. Siaes 14....$28
Misses' $49.75 Suede Wool Short Coats, skipper wue.
Siaes 14 and 18----—....$28
Misses' $59 75 Winter Coot, black, fitted with dyed squir
rel cellar. Siae 18.—.$28
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timely Summer needs!
Cotton Shop $10.95, $12.95 and $14.95
Dresses—Now $7.95
Ginghams, rayon sheers and spun rayons, including tailored spun
rayons in blue or beige; shirtwaist-style printed rayon sheers in pink,
aqua or grey; tailored checked ginghams in blue, grey or red; navy
blue rayon sheers with white lace trim; sheers, rayon prints in aqua
or pink; also one of a kind cottons and rayons in prints, stripes and
pastels. Sizes 10 to 44 and 18>/2 to 24 Vi In the group.
$6 50, $8 95 and $10.95 Cotton and Royon Dresses,
including striped tailored rayons in navy or grey with white, sheer
printed cottons with lace trim, red, blue or green; also one of a kind
cottons and rayons in prints, stripes and pastels. Sizes 16 V2 to 20 >2
and 10 to 40.-.. ..$4
Fifth Floor
$12.95 to $19.95 Negligees
and Hostess Gowns, $8
Lore trimmed or tailored, solid colors or prints, wrap and eippered
closings, white, pink, blue. Rayon crepe, sizes 14 to 20.
$14.95 to $29.95 Negligees and Hostess Gowns.
Also rayon satin or sheers. Hostess pajamas in one and two-piece
styles. White, pink, blue, coral or navy-, rayon crepe. 81zes 14
to' 20.-.$12 and $14
Fifth Fleer
$8.95 to $14.95 Summer White Shoes, $4
Brown and white, blue and white or red and white spectator*,
dressy white kldskin pump* and tie shoe*. Medium and high
heeled shoe* with open and closed toes, closed backs or sling
* back*.
Fourth Floor
Underwear and Corsets Greatly Reduced
$3.95 $5 $5.95 Pajamas and Gowns. i* rayon, assorted
sixes, styles and colors------$1.95
$7.95 Rayon Jersey Gowns. PMt*u broken 8i***-$3.95
$3.95 White Rayon Crepe Slips. Lace trimmed. Sixes «
to m ..$1.95
$2 50 Maternity Slips. White or tearoae rayon crepe, broken
sixes .....-.-.$1.95
$5 and $5.95 Girdles and Panty Girdles am Lastex puii
on* and talon closing, lightly boned at waist. For *mall and medium
figures, 14 and 15 inch length*. Sixes 28, 27 and 28,
$1.95 and $3.95
$10 Girdles. D»»',ontinuw! Character model* in rayon brocade
with lastex side panel*, talon closing. 14-inch length for the short
figure. Sixes 28 to 34-.-.-.- -$3.95 j
$10.95 and $1250 Girdles, and Panty Girdles.
All lastex with talon closing. Only one of a size or style. For MnaH
figures. Sixes 25, 26 and 27..$7.92
Second Floor ,
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