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We will notify you when your charge account has been opened. FOUR STORES FOR HOUSE REPAIR NEEDS Noir Open t/ntif 6:00 P.ifi. NORTHEAST NORTHWEST ANACOSTM VIRGINIA l»th * H St». .WH G». Ara. llw;, Nithnla A»a. Falls fhiirrh L-a Hwr. At BJadensburo Rd. At Military Rd. At Good Hope Rd. At Hillicood Ave. PERTH AMBOY, N. J.—MODEST HEROINE^Thirteen-year-olci Lillian Mingin shyly related yesterday how she rescued Kenneth Van Gorder, 6, from drowning Thursday—and she got a kiss from him as she posed for photographers. “He shot out onto the ice on a sled and about 50 feet out he went through,” she said. “I guess the water was about 5 feet deep. I could just see the tops of his hands as he tried to jump out. I got down on my hands and knees,” she continued, “and then I crawled out. The Ice just held me, but I could hear it cracking. I grabbed his hands and pulled him out. Then a lot of his little friends came around, and I told them to take him home.” —A. P. Wirephoto. | Boy, 13, Atop Train, Saved After Seizing 11,000-Volt Wire By th« Associated Press BALTIMORE, Feb. 5.—A 13-year old boy who grabbed a 11,000-volt wire from the top of a moving Pennsylvania Railroad freight car ’was rescued today by a filling [station operator who heard his screams. The lad. Donald Lewis, is in critical condition in a hospital, suf fering from severe burns'. He said he grabbed the high voltage line to keep from falling 22.50 Solid Gold LAVALIERS 14.95 plus tax Perfect. Valentine gift. Set with genuine Gamp- and comes with 18-inch .solid gold neck chain. Charge It! 908 F St. N.W I off the train when it started sud denly. Carroll Schroeder, 29, whose fill ing station is near the Edmondson | avenue bridge over the Pennsylvania Railroad’s electrified main line, ran ;to the railway cut when he heard the boy scream. He saw him sprawled atop a boxcar. Mr. Schroeder ran down the em bankment, grabbed the ladder on the slowly moving car and clambered to the top. “I had to duck my head to keep from hitting the high-tension wires," he said. The boy was conscious and Mr. Schroeder told him to grab him around the neck. “But his right side seemed to be paralyzed and he couldn't do it,” Mr. Schroeder related. "I waited until we had passed un der the Franklin street bridge, and then I took the boy up and went to the ladder, which I climbed down holding the boy with one hand and the steps with the other. When I got near the ground I put both arms around him and jumped.” Mr. Schroeder hurt his hand try ing to break their fall. At the hospital, Donald said he was playing in the Pennsylvania y*ds with "Sonny” Price, 13. He said the train wu not moving wlwn^ he climbed atop The boxcar. ' j “Then the train started," he con tinued.” I grabbed hold of the wire. I looked down at my hanc and it was all wrinkled up. It hurt so I started, screaming. His mother, Mrs. Emma Wright, talked with her son while doctors treated his burns and administered plasma. “Aren’t you grateful to Mr Schroeder?” she asked. 'I certainly am,” the lad replied. ‘He saved my life.” Then Mrs. Wright scolded: "After this, are you going near those railroad yards again?” “No, mom, I’m not." Aftei wards, Mrs. Wright told re porters, “the doctors only give him: a 50-50 chance.” -On Sale at Malcolm Scotes Wash. Store Only DOWN OR FOAM RUBBER FILLED LAWSON CUSTOM COVERED AT SENSIBLE PRICES OTV Why dream about those lush decorating schemes in your favorite maga zines—you can indulge your own decorating flair without upsetting the budget in our new Lawson Shop! Choose low, comfortable, adaptable Law son in sectionals, sofas, loveseats and chairs to fit your needs . . . coverings in vivid, outspoken colors for the modern minded or more subtle tones in .blend with traditional. 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