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BALSAM WOOL INSULATION Insulate your own home by simply laying Balsam wool between the attic joists. Available in two thicknesses, Balsam wool is covered in fire re sistant, water repellant paper. ... it makes your home warmer in winter and cooler in summer. “!? 5V2‘ vSElm IW Thickntss sq n. ft. We deliver any quantity. LUMBER—MILLWORK _ — Get "KfLty K/ND" Fir I I Lumber and Protect ^I INC. Y°Ur 2121 GEORGIA AVE. NO. 1341 NEXT TO BALL PARK« - Delicious Candies by Fannie May _ Made fresh in Washington every day; Buttercreams L ' i ' and bonbons dreamy . . • Carmels and fudge so creamy; Make a dainty gift so fine, Sure to please your Valentine. 1010 E St. N.W. • F St. at 14th N.W. • 704 17th St. N.W. 3303 14th St. N.W. • 1406 N. Y. Ave. N.W. 1246 Wisconsin Ave. • 8620 Georgia Ave., Silver Spring, Md. 4527 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. * • Candies shipped anywhere in U. S-, insured against loss. Wallgren Nomination And 30 Others Sent fo Senate by President President Truman today asked the Senate to approve the ap pointment of Mon C. Wallgren, former Governor of Washington, to be chairman of the National Security Resources Board. Mr. Wallgren’s nomination went forward with a list of more than 30, principally diplomatic ap pointees whom President Truman named during the Senate recess. Included in the' group were the three members of the Displaced Persons Commission—Ugo Carusi, Edward M. O’Connor and Henry N. Rosenfleld. Others included Henry F. Grady, Ambassador to Greece, to be chief of the American Mission for aid to Greece; Waldemar J. Gallman, to be Ambassador to Poland; Loy W. Henderson, Ambassador to In dia and Minister to Nepal; Joseph E. Jacobs. Ambassador to Czecho slovakia; George Wadsworth, Am bassador to Turkey and chief of the Turkish aid mission; Edward S, Crocker, 2d, Ambassador to Iraq; Myron Melving Cowen, Am bassador to Australia: Stanton Griffis, Ambassador to Egypt; Richard C. Patterson, jr„ Ambas sador to Guatemala, and Robert M. Scotten, Ambassador to New Zealand. He also submitted the nomina tions of Laurence A. Steinhardt, Ambassador to Canada; Edward R. Dudley. Minister to Liberia; James Grover McDonald, special representative to the provisional government of Israel; Edward F. Bartelt, United States member of the Fiscal Commission of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations; H. Merle Cochran, United States member of the U. N. Good Offices Committee on Indonesia; W. A. Harriman, ECA Roving Ambassador, to be American representative on the U. N. Economic Commission for Europe, and John J. Macdonald, United States representative on Truce Commission for Palestine, Gerald A. Drew, United States representative on the Special Bal kan Committee of the United Nations and Dr. H. van Zile Hyde, United States representative on the Executive Board of the World Health Organization. Deaths Reported (From D. C. Bureau uf Vital Statlitlcu.) Bet tv A. Fox. 8.3, 2425 Girard st. n.a. Mabel Facer. 82, 1008 B »t. i.e. Joseph C. Mason. 81. Arlintton. Va. Lottie Rhodes. 75. .3701 Jenifer at. n.w. Peter Commlnio. 72. Blue Plains. Marcella Sheedy, 70, 1118 4th at. s.w. Carrie WoDberi. 69. 4425 14th at. n w. Thomas H. Haslam. 51. fi Sherman clr. n.w. Laura E. Pope, 51, 490k 46th st. n.w. Nellie J. Daymude. 50. Herndon. Va. Vera E. Wood. 47. 612 Emerson st. n.w. David Brenner, 46, 4510 Georgia ave, n.w. Mary Stayton. 71. 2 Alexander ct. n.w. Henry B Johnson. 73, 1745 11th at. B w. Nettle Stewart. 68. 230>2 C st. s.w. Theodore Brown. 58. 720 S st. n.w. Edward F. Fox. 32. 733 Delaware ave. s.w. Full-Scale Chinese Funeral Set For Lee Toy, Head of Tong Here A full-scale Chinese funeral will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday for Lee Toy, 56, president of the On Leong Chinese Merchants’ A s s o c 1 a t ion, who died Fri day at % his home, 809 Sixth street N.W. The services will be held in the headquar ters of the Lee Gan Shiu As sociation, 6 0 7 H street N.W., the Lee family o r g a n i z ation here, of which Mr. Lee was head. The Rev. Mr. Lee C. C. Hong of the Chinese Com munity Church will conduct the ceremonies. Following the services, a tradi tional Chinese procesional com plete with two bands will march through Chinatown. A Chinese and an American band will fur nish music and Chinatown’s "mayor,” George Moy, estimated the procession would comprise Why Mountain Valloy Water Is Recommended for ARTHRITIS, KIDNEY aid BLADDER Condition This natural mineral water from Hot Sprints, Arkansas, helps to— x. Stimulate kidney functions. 2. Soothe bladder Irritations. 3 Neutralise uric acidity. 4. Discharge wastes. Ask Tour Doctor. Phono for a Cato To Jay MOUNTAIN VALLEY MINERAL WATER MET. 1062 904 12th St. N.W. ADVERTISEMENT. Wave of Colds Costs Millions Reliable sources state that last year 50 million people suffered from colds and lost 500 million dollars because of absence from work and attending ex penses. You save money by giving your cold prompt attention. Father John's Medicine relieves colds caused by lack of Vitamin A in the diet because it supplies this natural vitamin. Father John’s Medicine also re lieves coughs due to colds by Its soothing effect on the throat. For over ninety years it has been used for this purpose by four gener ations of people. We want the who/e town to know that the Union Trust has more to offer thrifty Washingtonians be cause here your money earns 1 Vi % on amounts up to $2,500—and 1 % on larger amounts. This means an extra $10 to $25 or more added each year in interest ttf the accounts of many regular savers. You’d gain, loo, by joining these Union Trust “regulars. ’• This Bank is a good place to keep your checking account, as well. Checks save time and effort, help you budget and save. Cancelled checks are legal re ceipts—and money in a checking account can’t be lost, burned or stolen. Why not visit the Union Trust and ask about the commercial or personal checking service to fit your needs? Union Trust Company of the District of (Columbia 15th & H Streets, N. W. 14th & G Streets, N. W. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation » *Tb* Symbol of Friondly Banking more than 50 cars and 75 marchers. According to Chinese custom a large photograph of Mr. Lee will be mounted on the flower-be decked hearse. The line of march will be north on Seventh street to Sixth, south on Sixth street, pausing a moment at Mr. Lee's home, then east on H street to Fifth and north on Fifth to Massachusetts avenue. At this point the funeral party will leave by car for George Washington Memorial Park, where the burial will be held. Mr. Lee, a native of Canton, China, had been a Washington resident for more than 40 years and was engaged in the import ing business. He had been presi dentofOnLeong, largest and CABBAGE JUICE Fresh Daily VITA FOOD STORES S03 12‘.h St. N.W. 8040 14th 8t. N.W. Between E AT CO. 2080 most powerful of the Chinese tongs, at various times during the last 10 years. Negro History Observance The Fairmont Heights Citizens’ Association will celebrate the 24th annual observance of Negro His tory Week at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Municipal Building, 717 [ Sixtieth place. Real Estate Loans Apply in parson to tho American Home Mutual Life Insurance Co. 1757 K St. N.W. NEW FAST-ACTION RUB RELIEVES Tr.E MISERIES of Chest Colds* Sore Throat Coughs* Aches and Pains Htw fast-action Antiphlogistic* Rob A-581 ■tarts reliering discomforts of chest colds and muscular aches and pains the moment it la rubbed in...and it rub* in fast. A’most at > once you feel warm, comforting relief. In a national surrey. 8 out Of 10 families wrote Rub A-88S was better than any tuba formerly used. ANTIPHLOGISTINE dir AU DKUOSTOKtS •IT IT TODAY. ARMSTRONG'S INLAID LINOLEUM INSTALLED CEMENTED TO FLOOR 10 SQ. YDS. $03.0° ARMSTRONG'S or NAIRN'S ASPHALT TILE Installed on concrete 200 SQ. FT. in any one room. SO K.00 (Slightly higher over wood) QWQW PHONE FOR FREE ESTIMATE i NA. 6319 or NA. 7492 itwm -rwA irwMk ■fWM rmui ••I g III.. Ilh. ■II Fly TWA direct to ROME (Just 19M hrs.from the U. S.) « | I Ml Fast, frequent, stay-on-one-plane flights. And there’s still time to save substantially on TWA’s special 30-day round-trip tickets bought before Mar. 31. Fly swift, comfortahleTWA Constellations at smooth fair-weather level. Call your travel agent or REpublic 5400. TWA flying times from U. S. Parlt.. 15 hrs. 30 min. Switzerland_/ 19 hrs. 55 min. I Cairo ..... 26 hrs. I rm* m frwju TWA wtwm IfWMk itwm II. 3 1 3 i lliii BONTEX/ washable I window / SHADES/ WINDOW SHADES os 35c eoch. VENETIAN BLINDS >os little os 98c : ESTIMATES fURNIS ‘ ferred payments Save pfek-ui ' , bringing your %, QUA ■%. wtici ■ <>. ISSESS8 COMPANY 2021 17th Street N.W. DUpont 6600 Important Wotice to All Transit Riders Few other cities enjoy transfer privileges as liberal as your Nation's Capital. It is important to everyone that the regulations concerning transfers be under* stood and complied with. The proper use of these privileges will speed your ride and enable us to serve more people faster and better. To avoid confusion, we urge you to read carefully the following Public Utilities Commission regulations: With respect to the issuance of free transfers .. • within the District of Columbia it is hereinafter ordered that such transfers shall be limited ... by the following factors: First, the period of time in which they may be used. Second, that they may not be used for a return trip. • Third, that they must be presented at transfer points. With the use of such a transfer arrange ment within the District of Columbia ... it will be possible for patrons . . . to select, without additional cost, a more direct route between their homes or places of business and various parts of the District of Columbia. Free Transfers: Transfers will be issued for a continuation of a ride, in accordance with the follpwing regulations: The transfer will be issued only upon request made when the initial fare is paid. The transfer will be good for con tinuation of ride but lyill not be good for return passage, either on the line on which it was issued or on an adja cent parallel line The time limit established on each transfer issued will be not less than 1 hour, nor more than 1 hour and 30 minutes, from the time the transfer is issued. The transfer will not be ac cepted as fare if presented after the time limit shown thereon has expired. Transfers will be good for passage only if presented at an established transfer point, or within one stop on either side thereof. The nearest stop to the point of intersection or divergence of two lines, or point of turn-back of any line, constitutes a transfer point. Transfers will also be good for passage at established walking transfer points. If, in order to continue a ride to desti nation, a passenger desires or is re quired to change vehicles more than once, the additional transfer privilege will be given him on request at the time transfer is presented for payment of fare. This will be accomplished by the passenger presenting the transfer to the . . . operator of the intermediate line who will... return it to the passenger for further use.