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DELIVERY Choose From OVER 100 FABRICS: BROCATELLES MATRASSES. TARISTRAIN, BOUCLES 3-YEAB GUARANTEE BAXTER UPHOLSTERY CO., INC. 520 BOND BLDG. on Famous Makes of TELEVISION A Dramatic Offering of Nationally Famous Television Floor Samples. Each Set Carries an Original 1-Year Guarantee. $695.00 Nationally Famous .££ $595-00 Television Vl.ll $228.00 Nationally Famous sa *150°° $369.50 Nationally Famous a *250 ” $316.50 Nationally Famous a S19Q.0Q All Priest Ars Plot Tax and Inttallation WEEKS 1 HOUR FREE PARKING TO PAY! Star Plaza Garage, 10th and E St. N.W. Mrs. Kathleen Ferencik Dies Of Bulbar Polio at Walter Reed Fairfax Mother, 24, Stricken Week Ago, Was Native of D. C. A young Fairfax County mother died yesterday of bulbar polio at Walter Reed Hospital after an ill ness of about a week, bringing the polio death toll for the year in the Washington area to six. She was Mrs. Kathleen C. Feren cik, 24, of 405 Edgehill drive, Jeffer son Manor. Her husband, Lt. Robert E. Ferencik, is an instructor at the engineer school at Fort Belvoir. The family said Mrs. Ferencik first became ill October 30. She was ad mitted to the post hospital at Fort Belvoir and was transferred to Walter Reed Hospital four days ago. Her only child, Robert E. Ferencik, jr„ will be 16 months old November 26. A native of Washington, Mrs. Ferencik moved to Miami as a child with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd R. Cooper, now of Atlanta. She was married to Lt. Ferencik in 1943. A sister, Miss Evangeline Cooper, MRS. KATHLEEN C. TERENCIK. —Lenak Studio. and a brother, Randolph Cooper, both of Atlanta, also survive. Funeral services will be held at noon Tuesday at the Wheatley fu neral home, Alexandria. Burial will be in Arlington Cemetery. Cottage Winner Is Still Trying To Sell It to Aid Home for Poor Mrs. Ethel P. Funk Is still trying to get over the third hurdle in her plan to get a new station wagon for the 64 old people who live at the Manassas (Va.) Home for the Poor. Mrs. Funk, who is 38 and superin tendent of the home, cleared the first hurdle when she won a com pletely furnished vacation cottage that went with her title as queen of the National Capital Home Show Exposition at the National Guard Armory two weeks ago. She went into the contest with the Intention of winning the cot tage, selling it and using the funds to buy the new wagon. She hoped things would jell in time for the old folks to fulfill one of their main desires—to motor through the au tumn beauty of the Virginia coun tryside. The second hurdle, Mrs. Funk re ported last night, was cleared when a Virginia dealer promised her the station wagon—at a considerable discount. And there should be enough left over, she thought, to buy new false teeth for a number of the inmates. “But the trouble now,” she re ported, "is that there haven’t been any offers for the cottage. I don’t know when the station wagon is Jtuqh'ReUbia />AmTs*j^r75r-srns7 $e.25 ** GALLON Exclusive Dealer HUGH REILLY go. NEW YORK, AVE. A 14th ST. N.W. j NAtionol 1703 " Free Parking Across Ike Street_\ coming, but I won’t have the money to pay for it unless the cottage is sold.” The four-room cottage, completely dismantled, arrived at the home on October 26. "It’s in a pile out in back of the home now,” she said. The “modernistic furniture,” Mrs. Funk said, is spread "in rooms all over the home.” The superintendent, who lives at the’ home, said there are "a few pieces I’d like to keep for myself, but I’d give them up If the buyer wants them.” What’s the price? “Well,” Mrs. Funk said, “the value placed on the furnished home was $3,500. Naturally, the more we can get, the more well be able to do for the old folks.” * D.C. Man Among Dead In Superior! Crash S/Sergt. Gene A. Gartner, 27, of 2001 Branch avenue SB., was iden tified yesterday by the Air Force as one of 13 crewmen killed in the crash Wednes day of a B-29 near Manches ter, England. H1 s mother, Mrs. Mary C. Gartner of the Branch avenue address, said her son would have been 28 next month. He is survived also by a brother, George M. Gart ner of Secretary, Md, v 1 *• < The plane was *««♦• o*rtner. one of 00 B-20s sent to Britain sev eral months ago for indefinite as signment. Sergt. Gartner, a native of Mont gomery County, was serving his second enlistment. He first entered the Army in October, 1943, after working as an apprentice machinist in the Naval Gun Factory here. Mrs. Gartner, a widow, is em ployed at the United States Public Health Service. Accokeek PTA to Meet A welcoming party for the two teachers at the Accokeek (Md.) School will be given by the school's Parent-Teacher Association at 8 pm. Tuesday. Castelberg's .. ,c£ ccuMe! In finest French tradition INTERNATIONAL STERLING 6-piece essential place setting *2263 Tad. Tan Includ'd 50c DOWN You’ll fall in love with International Sterling’s magnificent \ pattern of tradition, Joan of Are. In all its classic beauty, Joan of Arc skillfully captures the subde curves and contours so characteristic of French works of art This, gracious 'pattern is now on display at our store and can be bought on our Easy Purchase plan. Won’t you come in and see for yourself how lovely it really is? Each six-piece place setting includes knife, fork, teaspoon, salad fork and butter spreader. Engineer Society to Honor J. M. Johnson, 12 Others J. Monroe Johnson, member of the Interstate Commerce Commis sion and wartime director of the Office of Defense Transportation, will be among 12 members of the District section of the American Society of Civil Engineers presented life membership certificates at the organization’s annual meeting at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Cosmos Club. Mr. Johnson, who also is a former assistant Secretary of Commerce, won the Medal of Merit for his ODT service. Others who will be given life memberships include Frederick W. Amadon, J. C. Carpen ter, Carlton N. Connor, Maurice E. Gilmore, Albert T. Goldbeck, Wil liam N. Hall, Benjamin E. Jones, Walter J. Kackley, Eugen F. Kriegsman, Jay LaDrew South worth and Earle E. Teeter. Man Held in Assault Faces Court Tomorrow Percy S. Lassiter, 22, of the 1700 block of* Swann street N.W. will appear in Municipal Court tomor row to answer a charge of assault | against a woman living at the Me WHITE PINE DpORS All Stylet >li Sites Call Glaba 4014 . Arlington Woodworking Manufacturing Boon txcluttvelg ridian Hill Hotel, 2601 Sixteenth street N.W., early yesterday. Police said Lassiter, who is col ored, was arrested shortly after Miss Bertha E. Fletchall, 54, a Public Health Service employe, told them she was knocked down by an in truder as she stepped out of her room. Lassiter also is charged with hodfcebreaklng. TEN TO ONE YOU* OLO 9U*NE* IS WASTING OIL Even if your old burner is only five yean old, one 8*1“ Ion in five is going to waste, HEIL units SAVt OIL Jjew Hell Puruaw Burner and Boiler* Burner unite are an* giaeered to glee yen ••re heat from leee ”9-B%«eB%lu,! Replace your old gant with a now Hell unit add /argot ■ Bael worrlee. Call today »* •• eare money and fuel. Washington Coal Co., Ine. 1421 N. Capitol St NO. 1684 Year EcoRcmy Man MU g-4 T'e£Xntafvk 4821 GEORGIA AVE. N.W TA. 8800 Hours, 10 A.M, P.M. Doily ^jjsEHSIBLE HUCgf> CASH AND CARRY!! ALL SALES FINAL!! SHORT LOT SALE OF HOME FITTINGS AT UNUSUAL REDUCTIONS ! ! $3.95 Shower and Window Curtains_ea. $3.98 Cottage Set Curtains_set\ $2.98 Embroidered Pillow Case Sets..set $5.95 Heavy Metal Smoking Stands..ea. $5.95 Pinch-pleated Cretonne Draper- i ies -pr. $2.98 Printed Tablecloths__ea.\ $4.95 Floral Organdy Curtains_pr. $5.95 Priscilla Curtains with Valance, as is_pr. $4.95 Dotted Swiss Priscilla Curtains., pr. $4.95 to $6.95 Vanity Skirts, 6s is_ea. $6.95 Wide Mesh Rayon Priscilla Cur- / Reg. $2.98 to $6.95 Values tains-i_pr. $7.95 to $9.$5 Chenille Bedspreads...ea. $7.95 to $9.95 Pinch-pleated Draper ies -pr. $9.95 Rayon Satin Vanity Skirts_ea. $8.95 Bates Spreads and Drapes__ea. $9.95 Studio Couch Cover Sets_set $9.95 Cretonne Bedspreads_ea. Reg. $7.95 to $9.95 Values $14.95 Blankets, all-wool_ea. $14.95* Studio Couch ..Cover $19.95 Rayon Satin Bedspreadtl _ i_ „ $19.95 Cretonne Quilted Bedspreads..ea. $14.95 to $24.95 Swiss Point Curtains pr. Reg. $12.95 to m-95 Values You Are Invited To Attend A Demonstration Of The IRONRITE I Automatic Ironer See how ooty it it to iron on tho Ironrito.—Open on both ends for easy insertion and release. An all-day demonstration of tho Ironrito Automatic Ironer will take place tomorrow, November 8th, in our modern showroom. You and your friends ore cor dially invited to attend. Our store hours are from 9:00 A.M. to 6.-00 P.M. Coffee will bo served. Automatic laundries and clothes dryers will aba be demonstrated ft the same time. ' WE HAVE A GIFT FOR YOU! Just bring in this ad and present it far your gift. John G. Webster (Established 1912) 627 F St. N.W. EX. -4615 Opp. The Hccht Co. on F St. ■ ! 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