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CLEANING • GLAZING repairing RESTYLING Call NAtional 7286 Crisp cotton broadcloth smartly styled lor - this “Sudden Summer” season \ $14.95 RiziiqBr<k <r~^amUuftd>L—. ) _ net enmtcnctrrf tetnut At 7th & K for 3 days * Thursday, Friday, Saturday Selby Sty 1-EEZ Shoes regularly 10.95 Sizes to 11, AAAA to C 9 7th & K Streets Only This is a group of dark shoes brought from all our stores to 7th & K Streets for this spe cial three-day SALE. They are women s Styl-EEZ shoes . . . famous for the “Flare Fit” Inner Sole for special arch support. Choose BROWN, BLUE or BLACK calf or BLACK patent... in pump or tie styles. And save money on these popular and fashionable shoes at this drastic slash in price. II All A rantemr 7th & K Streets Only Citizens Unit Explains Boundary Plan Error The Connecticut Avenue Citi zens Association failed, through an error, to notify four neighbor ing citizens’ groups of a consti tutional amendment committee proposal to extend its boundaries Ganson Purcell, chairman of the committee said yesterday. Charges that the Connecticut Avenue association planned to expand by "raiding'' and "pirat ing’’ the territory of four adja cent citizens’ groups acre made Wednesday night b> J. B. Dick mart. jr.. president of tne North Cleveland Park association He said he learned of proposal by accident. Mr. Dickman. who spoke *t a meeting of the Friendship associ ation. told the group he thought he knew a way to force adherence to current boundaries through the Federation of Citizens' Associa tions. "The time has come when we d better put these pirates in short pants " he said. Mr. Purcell yesterday said, "some of our committee members suggested certain additional areas be included in our boundaries so people in the additional blocks could join our association ’ ' Officers of the association were to have taken it up with the neighboring groups, he added, but I guess we won t have to do that now.” Mr Dickman sa d he will ask the Cathedral Heights-CIe- eland Park and Forest Hills associa tions. as well as the Friendship and his own group to appeal to the Connecticut Avenue associa tion not to act favorably on the proposal Driver Held on Charge Of Murder With Truck A 31-year-old truck driver a as ordered held for action of the grand jury, after an inquest ai the Morgue yesterday, during which witnesses testified he de liberately ran down a man with his truck after an argument The defendant. William W Simms, coiorec. of Forest vtlie Md.. told the coroner s jury at the end of the inquest he did noi know anything abput the case He was charged with murder after the death of John F. Beall. 42. of Halls, Md . who was struck by a truck in the 1500 block of Kenilworth s\ enue N E accord tng to witnesses They said truck bumped the rear of the car in which M: Beall was riding ■ two or three tmea The car and truck then stopped and an argument ensued, it was testified. As Mr Beall was getting back into the car Simms rammed the track into Mr. Beall and the car. witnesses said and then dr ore off after the left rear wheel had passed over Mr Bea.: s body Simms was arrested at a ra* station about 15 blocks a was after a description of the trick had been broadcast PTA Plans County Fair' The Francis Scott Kev Sc ho* PTA will sponsor • "count' fair from 11 am to 5 pm tomorrow on the school grounds at Dana place and Hurst terrace N W lust off Mac Arthur boulf' ard near Chain Bridge road You’re really not here too long, you Knot, and you may as tell have the beat. So when you buy Coffee ;uat pick up *ILKIKS and pass right over ell t e rest. Experienced Advertisers Prefer The Star Send? by STRATFORD * Spectator Bags . . . are the catch of the season when they tie in so beautifully with your Spectator shoes and foamy white, suedes . . . and Hahn has them galore! 5°« tint l(i% tax Bag* alto available at 14th A C Streatt n HITE In rltfhl and lends importance In Summer o White brilliance is at work this summer to bring you the daintiest shoes you've ever worn It is ao utterly lovely with everything' Daringly different—whether your choice be all WHITE or WHITE iced in Mocha tan calf—the styles you will find at Hahn's are the styles that smart women are wearing .. for cocktails, for luncheon, for country dub dining and dancing HAHN — 1207 F 7th & K *4483 Conn *3115 14th **3101 Wilson Blvd. ♦Open Evenings **Open Fn and 8af» E*ea