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Coot and slacks sets . . .
□II-wool covert. Double
breasted; inter-lined. Sizes
3 to 6x. Value, 19.95,
Two-piece snow suits . . .
two-tone all wool. Embroid
ered motifs. Royal and grey,
green and grey, or navy and
red. Sizes 3 to 8. Value,
I Boxy jackets . . . all-wool
Navy, brown or green. Sizes
7 to 12. Value, 10.95,
Plaid or solid wool skirts...
several styles. Sizes 7 to 12.
Coat and leggings sets . . .
all-wool coverts, tweeds,
gabardines. Sizes 3 to 6.
Values, 22.95 ond 28.95.
Western ensemble . . . two
tone cotton gabardine.
Range jacket and zipper-fly
slacks. Brown and tan, or
navy and grey. Sizes 3 to 7.
Corduroy slacks . . . West
ern style; zipper fly. As
sorted colors. Sizes 4 to 16.
Cotton flannel shirts . . .
•Sanforized shrunk. Value,
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j World Glut of Steel
Seen Unless Rise in
By the Associated Press
GENEVA, Sept. 30.—A world
wide steel glut within a few years
can only be averted by a consid
erable increase in steel consump
tion throughout the world, Tony
Rollman, head of the steel di
vision of the United Nations Eco
nomic Commission for Europe
told a news conference yesterday.
Mr. Rollman reported that a
private meeting of the commis
sion’s steel committee, which end
ed here last night, decided to
forestall a future crisis in the
European steel, industry by pro
moting an increase in the con
sumption of steel.
Meanwhile, Mr. Rollman said,
there was evidence that a current
severe slump in the steel indus
j tries of Belgium and Luxembourg
was gradually being overcome.
; The situation faced by the steel
I committee today was a complete
reversal of that when the com
imittee first began its work two
years ago, Mr. Rollman said. At
the beginning of 1947, a bottle
neck in steel was one of the major
obstacles to the postwar economic
recovery of Europe. Steel pro
duction lagged far behind the de
mand. Labor, raw materials and
equipment were in short supply,
and all the steel produced found
ia ready market.
! The steel shortage has now
been overcome, Rollman said, and
some mills have been compelled
to shut down for want of orders.
The steel committee at its meet
ing this week formally terminated
its original task of "relieving the
steel shortage in Europe” and
unanimously adopted new terms
of reference, which were. intended
mainly to relieve an anticipated
The committee’s new task,
which will require approval of
the next session of the Economic
Commission for Europe, will be to
study European steel production
and consumption trends, to inves
tigate means of lowering produc
tion costs and of increasing con
sumption, particularly in the un
State Society to Dance
The North Carolina State So
ciety's golden jubilee season will
be opened at 9:30 o’clock tonight
with a dance and reception in
| the Shoreham Hotel in the large
Annual Search for Talenf
Opened by Science Clubs
The annual search for the Na
tion’s outstanding young scien
tists began this week, Watson
Davis, director of Science Clubs of
America, said today.
High school seniors in 27,000
public, private and denominational
schools are being invited to enter
the ninth annual Science Tal
ent Search and compete for $11,
000 in scholarships, Mr. Davis
From a group of 40 finalists who
| will be brought to Washington for
jfive days next March, the boy or
girl judged the most promising
young scientist in the Nation will
be awarded a four-year, $2,500
scholarship. Runner-up will re
ceive scholarships ranging from
$100 to $2,000.
The search is sponsored by the
TJie Store with Continental Atmosphere
Hand Smocked Dresses
in Fine Cotton Broadcloth
--They'll look a pretty picture in
these darling little dresses. Beautiful- Sizes 1 to 3-- 3.95
ly made with hand smocking and
ruffled collar. In pink, blue, yellow Sizes 4 to 6__4 .95
CONNECTICUT AVENUE AT M
Store Open Thursdays Until 9 P.M.
Westinghouse Educational Foun
dation, which is maintained by the
Westinghouse Electric Corp. It is
conducted by Science Clubs of
America through Science Service.
Dr. Meiling to Direct
Defense Medical Office
Dr. Richard L. Meiling, Colum
bus, Ohio, will succeed Dr. Ray
mond B. Allen, president of the
University of Washington, as di
rector of the Defense Department’s
Office of Medical Service! tomor
Dr. Meiling, who is on leave of
absence from the faculty of the
College of Medicine of Ohio State
University, was sworn in as deputy
director July 6, and it was an
nounced at that time that he
would succeed Dr. Allen after three
The office exercises general di
rection and control over the pol
icies, standards and programs of
the medical services of the Army,
Navy and Air Force.
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2. FAST COLOR
3. NO DYED LOOK
Hours Monday Through Saturday, 9:30 to 5:30«^■
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rare beauty and
ROSE, as shown,
place settings of
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black suede, 8.95
block, brown, wine
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new ornaments, new colors, in heels that reach for'the moon
as well as happy mediums, wedgies and down-to-earth flats.
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