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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, April 21, 1948, Image 29

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10th 11th F and G Streets
Zone 13 Phone District 5300
Sterling Silver Finds
our shining series of gifts
or for-yourself holloware
each, $I02°
and that Includes the 20% tax
See for yourself these prizes from a prize collec
tion . . . hospitable compote, six inches tall . . .
mayonnaise bowl with ladle . . . graceful bonbon
basket * . . tall salt and pepper twosome . . .
footed cream and sugar set . . . designed with
lastingly lovely simple lines. Bases are rein
forced to prevent tipping. Exciting to find such
purse-pleasing treasures again.
W&L—Silver Room, First Floor
Medal 50 — General Electric's
"Waka-up-to-music" Clock - radio
In attractive, modem, brown plas
tic case with ivory plastic control
knobs. Easy-to-read clock dial.
Five controls; 15-foot antenna wire
attached; dynapower speaker; 3
tubes plus rectifier; 5% inches
high _$29.95
Model 802—General Electric Ra
dio with 13-Channel Television Re
ceiver, standard and FM broadcast.
Sharp, clear pictures made possible
by the GE automatic clarifier. State
ly Regency period cabinet with
Honduras mahogany on all exte
rior plywood panels; solid mahog
any door frames and molding. 22
tubes plus the 10-inch cathode-ray
picture tube, plus 3 rectifier tubes;
12-inch dynapower speaker; GE
Guillotine tuner for more accurate
tuning of high frequencies; auto
matic record changer; storage
space for albums. 40% Inches
high __ _ $725; installation, $85
clock radio for morning listening
..television for evening entertainment
your sure way of being "there" for favorite broadcasts,
telecast programs and the music, by radio or records, you prefer
Enjoy, in radio and television, the same fine performance you know so well in your
electric iron and fan and the many other pieces of General Electric equipment
you use daily. From the time your cheerful G-E radio clock awakens you in the
morning ... to hear news and weathercasts or music, as you dress ... to the
hours when family and guests gather to enjoy timely Telecasts, General Electric
gives you dependable, smooth performance . . . natural clarity of tone and pic
tures . . . smart cabinet styling.
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W&L—Radio Qaleries, Fourth Floor
Distinctively you base your
decorative schemes
on Sculptex '
James Lees and Sons' handsome,
carved-effect wool broadloom carpeting
Its luxurious look is so timeless, you picture it easily "at
home" with Georgian mahogany, turn-of-the-century
walnut or modern blond wood furniture. Its "sculptured"
tropic leaf design spells texture interest, enriches the en
tire room . .. yet yields the spotlight to other furnishings,
as a good floorcovering should. There is immense prac
ticality, too, in its under-foot luxury, for only unusually
deep, springy, long-lasting wool pile could result in such
o weave. Its talent for hiding footprints alone makes
you rejoice in its possession. Add to all this, subtle dec
orator colors . . . gray or old lilac in 9, 12 and 15 foot
widths; green in 9 and 12.
gfct—Fluui uwertof. Mxtfe Fleer
Old Utoc
Baybarry Gray

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