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A GOOD TIME!
Julian's Orchestra Nifbtly from 8:00 No Corel ★ Luncheon from-$1.00 Dinner from_$1.50 ★ Prints Booms for Parties ~ a.I "Mr. Arthur,1' NA. 3810 iGi&m 12th at Penna. N.W. ■ - Fjvt-Courst DINNER T from ^E SJ.50 ■ Sorvorf 5 to 9 PM. U ,m Laxela Trie Hoyt CONTINUOUS W Al\ DANCE MUSIC JUfll Prom 8:30 'til dosing I ...Johnny Robb and Jfl \AI bis Madrillonians... ALNI altamating with YuYTT# Ramon's Rumba Band U A I JAN BIONDI and 0\ AN MIGUELITO Sing. T /IVAj Open Sundays, xTl/ 5 P.M. to 12 WJL RESTAURANT /© MADR1LL9Y V^J i ADVERTISEMENT. WHY SUFFER FROM MISERY SIMPLE PILES • Here’s e single soothing medicine to speed relief from tortures of simple piles. It’s amaaiitg Paso*. Acts at once so relieve pain and itching—soothes inflamed tissues—lubricates dry, hard ened parts—helps prevent cracking and soreness—reduce swelling and check minor bleeding. The help you get is wonderful! . So, to speed relief from itching snc pain of simple piles, get Paso. Your doctor can tell vou about it. At all druggists’ in tubes with perforates pile pipe for simple, thorough eppli •don—also tins and suppositories. •Pam Omtmmt aad Sapfuitmim. • Menu Idea Today With the Fine Flavor of Blue Plate Mayonnaise — * \ ■ PUW Mayo®0**9* ■ \ !2s«s&=- l put* Mayonn*'* ^,-t «Mt *nough—3U ^elected egg* | 1 STStfii 9*Ud ^SS**^*, and mn nnder 1 ““ftAsp*99* ^r* ?£d begin to browtv Make. | 1 nntfl «*« °f _ 1 Tjenaand^cbe*. — — — Made by the Wesson Oil People as you'd make it at home —with the finest salad oil BLUE PLATE MAYONNAISE BLUI PLATE FOODS, INC.; Franklin and 8th Sts. N.E. .Washington, D.C. • ' NOrth 0346 K i After Dark Start Making Your Plana Now; The De Marcos Are Coming Back By HARRY Mae ARTHUR. When the night arrives on which you are confronted by a plush rope instead of a plush greeting at the door of the Shoreham Blue Room, don’t go around town snarling that we did not give you sufficient ad vance warning. Come the night of Easter Monday, March 29, the Blue Room will not be one of those places you can drop in on without letting the headwalter know you’re on your way. For one thing Lent will be over, tourists will start arriving, and busi ness will be better at all the After Dark resorts, their proprietors hope. For another thing, the Shoreham management knows a good thing when it sees it, the good thing in this case being the seemingly effort less dancing of the De Marcos, Sally and Tony. March 29 is the date when they return to the Blue Room. When they were here a few weeks ago, they filled the Blue Room nightly during their stay to its outermost reaches. One Saturday night was set down in the books as the biggest in five years. Five years ago there was a war on, loose cash was abroad and the greatest talent lOJUUCU iVA OUV>LCOUUX UUU operation was a skill at Jumping out of the way to avoid being trampled after opening the door. Now the talent most likely to fill a room with customers seems to be a skill at hir ing the De Marcos. This coming engagement Is some thing In the nature of a delayed holdover. The last stay would have been lengthened except for a book ing snarl—an act already signed whose appearance couldn’t be post poned—so the Shoreham did the next best thing. The De Marcos were grabbed for their first open date. Perhaps It’s just as well that It worked out this way. Shortly after he left here, Tony came down with the flu and was put on a diet of penicillin and rest for a few days. Then there are all those people who don’t go out during Lent. They de serve their chance to watch the De Marcos in action, too. * * * * One of the results of Merriel Abbott’s talent-scouting tour of Europe last summer Is currently on display at the Mayflower Lounge in the dancing of Florence and Fred eric, who arrived last night. Miss Abbott found and highly approved of them while in Paris seeking en tertainers for the Hilton Hotel chain. 1 * * * * The Mayflower, Incidentally, un veiled the town’s newest hotel ren dezvous the other evening In Its Town and Country Room. It was i full of cheerful town and country ! people on Its opening night (WTOP’s Elinor Lee Insists her Falls Church I residence makes her a country girl) and it should continue to be filled with them. It's a pleasant spot, the free lunch is ample and tasty and the waiters are fast and remember what you ordered. * * * * This is the week when Olivia Davis, who seems to have succeeded Helen Hamilton as the towp’s glam our girl night club owner, is re ceiving birthday. congratulations. The birthday is not Miss Davis’, but that of her Merry-Land Club, which la celebrating its seventh anniver sary. Eraldne Butterfield, the re cording star, Is alternating with some people called the Ko-Ko-Nuts, who already are well-known to Merry-Land patrons. In the birth day entertaining all this week. * * * * Another man who knows a good thing when he sees It is Sam Schan ker, the Club Cairo’s boss. With Sam, a good thing is anything that attracts customers to the Club Cairo, which % what he reports the cur rent show Is doing. Consequently It is being held over for a second week, starting tonight. There Is, In fact, much to recommend about this en tertainment, including th^ extraor dinary ballet-tap dancing of Geor gie Tapps, tbs way Cliff "Ukelele Ike” Edwards has with an cdd-time song, and the vocal doings of attrac tive Kay Vernon. * * * v It-Pays-to-Advertise Department: When the Sheraton Lounge in stalled as waitresses that crew of pretty girls in those flimsy skirts, newspaper photographers naturally were attracted to the scene. The target chosen by an Associated Press lensman for his camera was Lucille Gibson and the picture he took ^mim—— seems to have been given widespread distribution. So far, Lucille has re ceived nine letters and three pro posali of marriage from various oor* ners of the country. And In Leap Year, too. ' _ » . _ in Sflawcn fin /un/icu/aA j /iec/i/e,.. ATjrrri^ROCM^MSTAUJAMTS AND BEYOND BY SHWBIM Now York-Leaden dally •mpt *a Mo*, and Wad. go — *— —t a mmm ww^ay MU ad ay and Wednesday. Oae Way Faroe* from M. Y. LONDON $111.00 KANO 019.00 ACCRA 019.00 BASRA *17.00 BAH RUN 711.00 KARACHI 000.00 RANGOON 909.00 HONO KONG 1009.1B *fara« htt ham etsntricL YOUR LOCAL TRAVIL AGENT IS OUR LOCAL OFFICE. Information and booking! alto at B0AC, 1124 Connecticut Ay#., N.W., Washington 6, D. C. (Tel: Executive 3944). _ tUp Air Caffe Vim I_I FLOOR RENTED I A Do ms 7575 MODERN FLOORS 2431 18th St. N.W. Planned savings work MAGIC r > “ ^_ Turn your oomingt Into o now SAVE AT radio or mow other product you desire by Interstate's system of planned savings. Attractive dividends on share BUILD IMG ASSOCIATION Washington Bldg., 15th St. & New York Av. 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