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JM odd water to E-Z • No blueing or Ironing wr< noodod • The fined, faded darch you've aear eted or year money back • Avoid imitation* Made by the maker* of Zero and 33 Mooch ( OflacOflannea ' WLcVti unties DIAMONDS • WATCHES • JEWELRY Gifts for AU Occasions 1312 G STREET Tito's Fiume Refinery, Reported Sabotaged, Is in Full Operation Sy th« Anociotcd Pr«> FIUME, Yugoslavia, Sept. 30.— An inspection of Yugoslavia’s big oil refinery here showed this week that the plant was in full opera tion. The inspection also supported the Yugoslav government's denial that the plant had been the scene of sabotage. At the time of the blaze a month ago the Italian press carried re ports that the refinery had been consumed by fire and suggested that saboteurs had set the blaze as part of the economic warfare which the Cominform is waging against Premier Marshal Tito. Independent Sources Checked. However, a visit to the plant re vealed no evidence to support a possible argument that plant offi cials were attempting to minimize and cover up claims of major sabotage. It would be highly unlikely, if inot impossible, for workmen to remove traces of important dam age in so short a period as a month. The only evidence of the blaze was a short smoke-darkened | oil-drainage ditch which plant of ficials said was the place where the fire occurred. They said it took 14 hours to bring the fire under control. A checkup with independent sources backed up the official ver sion of the incident. Those sources seemed to confirm the ac count that the fire was minor. Ito Troop Movements Seen. In connection with the fire ru mor there were other rumors that Tito had sent two divisions of troops into the Istrian area to crack down on sabotage. There was no sign of any troop move ment during a two-day trip in the area. The oil refinery is guarded by a few troops and security police. On the surface, at lea^t. it appears that no more than normal pre cautions have been taken to pro tect a strategic industry in this part of the world. Changing Jekyll to Hyde Is Trick in Television ty the Auociatwi Prm NEW YORK.—Here’s a trick ol the television trade! To overcome the difficulty of trying to show the transformation of one person into another, the basis of the story of "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” a special camera arrangement has been effected. As Dr. Jekyll slowly becomes his "other self,” the camera is made to interpret the action as if it were seen by the eyes of Hyde. Hyde as a person is not seen, only Dr. Jekyll before and after the change. | Sketched: Natural Somali ' Leopard Coat_$1095 plus tax BLACK AND GREY PERSIAN PAW COATS_$175. j SILVER BLUE-DYED MUSKRAT COATS_$225. | LET-OUT DYED RUSSIAN WEASEL COATS_...$265. GREY-DYED INDIAN LAMB COATS_.$295. | NATURAL SHEARED RACCOON COATS_$325. ,| NATURAL GREY SQUIRREL COATS_$325. ! SPOTTED CAT COATS--- $345. j % DYED CHINA MINK COATS-$365. v| j - plug tax. • f i CHARGE ACCOUNTS • IUDGET PAYMENTS •• LAYAWAY PLAN V** J n - Tribal Feud Fatal to 80 In French Somaliland Sy the Associated Press ASMARA, Eritrea. — A blood feud between two Somali tribes flared into open warfare recently. Eighty were killed and 120 wound ed before French Somaliland au thorities intervened, according to reliable information reaching here. For years at harvest time there havje been outbreaks between the Gadabussied and Issas tribes, near Djibouti. Basis for their differ ence is that the Issas claim local autonomy while the Gadabussied favor complete French control. Both sides started fighting, using modern weapons smuggled in from British Somaliland during the war. In 40 minutes the battle was over and the field was littered with dead and wounded. The situ ation now is described as normal again. It's Still a Dog's Life In Upper Bavaria By the Associated Press BERLIN.—The Mayor of a small upper Bavarian town found some thing had to be done about poach ing dogs. So he had signs put up, warning dog owners, “Those who have dogs and run around without leashes, will be shot.” A critical citizen said it should be made clear that the dogs would be shot, not the owners. The Mayor had the sign changed to read: “Those, who have dogs and run around without leashes, will be shot—the dogs.” Fashion highlights from the^^^Lodies’ Shop * THE SCULPTURED SUIT #59.05^j Curves where>''V^ curves should be. \ slim line against , N line, make a suit of , ideal beauty. Sheen gabardine in black, green, wine. Sizes 10 to 20. Othon, $39.95 to $89.95 CORDUROY COORDINATES Boy Jackets $14.95 ■ '■ * Gored Skirts $5.95 Other Cordvroye, $5.96 to $27.50 THE UNTRIMMED COAT 949.95 Rich broadcloth Is cleverly manipulated to make a coat that you’ll love alone or with your own little furs. 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