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\ Mayflower Hotel Block are important in the fall fashion picture Our fashionable cut out sling pump in v either alligator or lizard. Fiesta red, town brown or black alligator, $22.50 Town brown, green, or black lizard, $18.95 Sixes to 10. Bags to Match. Marriage License Applications Under D. C. laws couples must apply for a marriage license on one day, ivait three full days and receive the license on the fifth day. Sundays and holidays are counted the same as other days. Charles Miller. 21. 1134 Columbia rd. n.w., and Irene Matthews, 18, 1921 19th Walter 'Sewell, 21. 2646 Nichols ave. s.e.. and Lulu Griflle. 21, 93114 F st. s w. Avron Sweet, 27, St. Petersburg, Fla., and Nancy Leesberge, 30, Baltimore. James Gibson, 22, Brooklyn, N. Y.. and Mildred Taylor, 24, Alexandria. Va. Robert Jones. 27, and Marion Cooke, 26, both of 625 Keefer pi. n.w. David Slaughter. 46. and Gertrude Leak, 38, both of 831 51st st. n.e. John Watson, 27, 2103 Eye st. n.e., and Gloria Rodriquez. 30, 901 T st. n.w. Howard Gardner. 31. 2721 Adams Mill rd., and Marion Stevens, 30, 2456 20th st. n.w. James Sonnefeld. 21. 4009 1st st. s.w., and Betty Wise. 22, 1321 M st. n.w, John Radulovich. 21. Totten. N. Y., and Nancy Tuttle, 21. 1750 Que st. n.w. Melvin Mahoney. 36. 3902 Allison at., Brentwood. Md., and Dorothy Cox, 36, New York City. Kenneth Sumlar, 42. and Mary King, 40, both of 741 Howard rd. s.e. Benjamin Thomas. 44. and Caroline Chris tian. 40. both of 929 14th st. n.w. Howard Campbell. lr., 19, 1340 Park rd. n.w., and Dorothy Hill, 19, 3356 18th st. n.w. Edwin Clough, 24, 3300 Carpenter st. s.e., and Vereda Keen. 22. Wilmington, Del. Francis Padgett, 20. LaPlata. Md„ and Hilda Greer, 23, 1346 Quincy st. n.w. Edward Eichlin, 27, 4310 Van Buren st.. University Park, Md., and Mary West, 35. 5047 11th st. n.e. Prank Hudson, Jr.. 22, 904 Houston ave., Takoma Park, Md., and Virginia Hodge, 21. 9 Sycamore ave , Takoma Park. Charles Morris. 29, 4850 Jay st. n.e., and Minnie Little, 21, 25th and Oklahoma ave. n.e. Tony Courtney, 30, Louisville. Ky., and Helen Berrett, 28. 1432 Girard st. n.w. Jerome Levinson. ,39, Minneapolis, Minn., and Pearl Cooper, 33, 1615 Kenyon st. n w. Raimond Savor. 57. and Eve Frayfons. 40, both of 769 14th st. n.w. Arthur Emmett, 53, 2223 Nichols ave. s.e., and Nannie Canterbury, 51, 1314 T st. s.e. Bernard Rucks. 30. Chicago. 111., and Lil lian Simpson. 33. 2316 40th pi. n.w. Derwood Beasley. 29. 1430 Taylor st. n.w . and Mary Edwards, 25. 2218 Tunlaw rd. n.w. John Humphreys. 20. Albany. N. Y„ and Mary Monaco. 20, 1327 Webster st. n.e. Ashby Willingham, 32. 711 Massachusetts ave. n.e., and Frances Kilby. 30, 123 7th st. n.e. Frank Tolzman. SO, 3511 Center at. n.w, and June Powell, 22, 1-4638 Hillside rd. s.e. 1 Herman Erickson, 30, 6500 Maple ave.. I Woodward & Lothrop 10™ 11™ F and G Streets Zone 13 Phone district 5300 BRANCH STORES—Bethesdo, Maryland Arlington Forms, Virginio The Pentagon From China comes mink that brings you the supple flow of line so important in the new generously cut backs and sleeves ... mink dyed to closely resemble the natural beauty of its patrician North American cousin. Yet its price surprises you, for, at Woodward Cr Lothrop, you discover dyed China mink, back again j-ys j after wartime years... in smart new versions at / Inr Price includes 20% tax W&L—Air-conditioned Fur Salon, Third Floor — You ore invited to ■ - --— ' < An Open House Day at Fort Belvoir Starting at 9:00 A M., Saturday, September 20th, the Castle Gates of the Engineer Center will be thrown open to the public for a schedule of events concerning Engineer activities, with exhibits and demonstrations . . . plus a Middle Eastern Service League football game at 2:30. Picnic facilities in the Ponton Area. Chevy Chase, and Dorothy La Grone, 22, 3318 13th st. s.e. Richard Washabaugh, 20, Pittsburgh, and Mary Yewich. 20, 1231 Ingraham st. n.w. John Nugent. Jr., 25, 4304 30th at., Mt Rainier, Md., and Louise Senser, 22, 4214 Rainier ave., Mt. Rainier. Horace McCorrall. 29. and Dorothy Jacobs, 22, both of Winchester. Va. William Oourley, 25. 12 Hamilton st. n.e.. and Beth MacMillan. 21. 1333 Harvard st. n.w. . John Corley. 19, 1435 V st. s.e., end Doro thy Hendley. 17. 1313 D st. s.e. Raymond Sanderlin, 22, 5004 Washington pi. n.e. and Willie Moore, 22, 23 46th st. s.e. James Beall. 47. 928 South 20th st., Arl ington, Va., and Georgle Landis, 49. 212 Spruce ave.. Takoma Park, Md. Richard Jackson. Jr.. 37, Roselle, N. J., and Liddelle Taylor. 27. 2111 I st. n.e. Thomas Conroy. 28. 609 Half st. s.w., and Mamie Jackson, 27, 48 G st. s.w. Hunter Nutler. jr., 21, 3301 42nd ave.. Hyattsville, Md., and Doris Deiver, 20, 819 F st. n.e. Eugene Fobes, 22. Bolling Field and Alma Houck, 18. 608 46th pi. i t. Robert Carter. 26. Burke. Va., and Bessie HASH Fr" tzOX/lA Estimates We Kill do your Kork or rent maehinet A tuyvly materialt. 1016 20th St. N.W. REpoblse 1070 (01& IStujltalj (Eap %oom and CiHUtgf ^/f/hehz CHARM, RELAXATION, GOOD TASTE and GOOD FRIENDS MEET COCKTAIL HOUR 12 NOON—1 A.M. HAY-ADAMS HOUSE 16th fr H St*. N.W. AUo Entrance from H St. 1 Thompson. 23. 332 Seaton pi. n.e. Philip Rosenbloom, 23. 1901 14th st. n.w . and Anne Weiner, 22, 1700 Capital ave. n.e. John Sledzlnskl, 20. Lake Ariel, Pa , and Edna Houck. 19, 608 46th pi s.e. Hubert Desaulnlers. 36. 1607 17th st. n.w . and Blanka Nizynska, 19, 1509 16th: at. n.w. FBI Man Outwits Bear That Ransacked Cabin By the Associated Press GREAT PALLS, Mont. — Mrs.; Gene Popp was alone with her baby' in her cabin at Glacier Nationalj Park when she heard a noise at the [ door and found a black bear pawing his way in. 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J Here is the wonderful new Wear-Ever Pressure Cooker—now made in a big 7-quart size. This is the answer to cooking problems when you ore going to have guests and every day when you have to cook for a big family. The 7-quart Wear Ever roasts up to 8 pounds and cooks economy cuts of meat so tender, so juicy you will have them more often. Canning is no problem either with the quick, easy Wear-Ever way. The new 7-quart pressure cooker holds four pint jars, leaving lots of room around each jar for heat circulation. You will be proud of this grand 7-quart Wear-Ever Pressure Cooker that boasts all the features of its smaller 4-quart brother. Delay may mean disappointment, get yours today. - Made of metal that cooks best . . . easy to clean | WEAR-EVER Aluminum Pressure Cooker Here are some of the wonderful Wear-Ever features: AUTOMATIC SNAP-TITE COVER When cooking it done, simply flip the cam-handle. The cover remains locked, you cannot lift It off. 8ut as soon os the pressure is reduced, this amazing cover pops open automatically. SIMPLE PRESSURE CONTROL No dials or indicators that require watching, na need ta put on glasses to read a guage. Just 2 solid simple metal weights for 10-pound and 15-pound operation. Washable and unbreakable. NEW, HEAVY DUTY GASKET This new wear-ever gasket can losilr be removed for washing. Made of long-wearing, odor ond heat resisting materials. WELDED GRIP HANDLES • No hard-to-dean rivet heads inside or out. Bakelite handles keep cool. Recessed finger grips under neath. BALANCED, LIGHT-TO-LIFT Weor-Ever Aluminum's light - to-lift weight makes it per fect for this large size cooker. There is an extra handle to help operation when cooker is full. r THICK SHEET ALUMINUM ALLOY Drawn from thick sheet super-tough aluminum alloy. Extra thick bottom spreads heat quickly and evenly. Finish remains bright for years. SEE THE WEAR-EVER PRESSURE COOKER demonstrated in our easy-to-reoth Housewares Department in the Dow* Stairs Store. W&L—Housewares, Down Stair* Store.