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Do You Want to Look Gray? Of course you don’t, when a youthful ap pearance means so much. And no one Hud look gray. A few drops of Kolor-Bak combed through your hair each day and crayness gradually disappears. To main tain effect,continue using Kolor-Bak when necessary. Costs only a few cents a week. Money back guarantee. Get an economi cal bottle today at any drug store. Kolor-Bak AMERICA’S LARGEST SELLING SOLUTION FOR ARTIFICIALLY COLORING GRAY HAM Industry-Wide Bargaining Called Nationalization Step By th» Associotad Press ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Sept. 15.—Industry-wide bargaining will lead to nationalization, the presi dent of the Southern Coal pro ducers’ Association said yesterday. Joseph E. Moody of Washington told the 48th annual meeting of the National Petroleum Associa tion that “industry-wide bargain ing will sooner or later lead down the road to socialism and nation alization.” “With the establishment of a Nation-wide contract, the regotia tions have been a farce—there have been no real negotiations,” he added. Mr. Moody said the Government has interfered in “many of the fights we have had to maintain a balance of power and control of the industry,” and has. granted concessions to John L. Lewis dur ing mine seizures between 1943 and 1947. He said high labor costs have sent the price of coal to a point at which it can no longer compete j with oil. Danish Commerce Head To Join Embassy Here By th« Asjociattd Pr»»» COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Sept. 15.—Denmark’s youngest cabinet member, 36-year-old Minister of Commerce Jens Otto Krag, will resign his post to become eco nomic adviser in the Danish Em bassy in Washington, it was learned today. Danish newspapers speculated that the young Socialist would be replaced in the Commerce Min istry by the present Minister of Einance, H. C. Hansen. This ap parently will result in other cabi net shifts in the minority Social 1st government of Premier Hans Hedtoft, but no definite decision has been announced. " Radio Producer Dies CHICAGO. Sept. 15 (JP).—Don ald M. Upshur, 38, producer of the Wayne King radio show, died yesterday. He lived in suburban Riverside. The funeral will be held there tomorrow afternoon. Survivors include his widow, j Clair, an actress, and two! children. Bull Elephants Reported Scarce in Sudan Herds By the Associated Press KHARTOUM, Anglo-Egyptian Sudan.—A good bull elephant is hard to find in the Sudan these days. Sudan Game Warden A. Forbes reports he found female elephants outnumbering males by five to one in a recent trip he made through Equatoria Province bordering on the Belgian Congo. “I went 'up to herd after herd of females which were accom panied by only a few small bulls.” he said. Pentagon Says of Attack In Korea: 'This Is It' High Pentagon officials were re ported today as very pleased with! the latest Korean developments and an Army spokesman com i mented that “This is it.” | Admiral Forrest P. Sherman, 'chief of naval operations, is* “happy over the way things are going,” a Navy spokesman re ported at a briefing. The spokesman pointed out that there had been a tremendous build up of forces over the past several weeks and there were in dications that swift development* could be expected. SOMSK—+ • FOR MOTHER TO SIVE y# •FOR CHILH TO TAKE Tablets areiH of adult tablets which assures accurate dosage. No need to break them. Health ful orange flavor. the family WILL SHOP HERE! Complete Shops lor Men ... Women . • • Boys.. .Girls! lOl * t FREE PARKING FOR OVER 360 CARS Directly Behind Our Store f NORTHEAST, SOUTHEAST WASHIHGTON and PRINCE GEORGES COUNTY ... ALL ROADS LEAD TO Picturing just a few portions of the shops in this new store / A Portion of Our Men’s Furnishings A Portion of Our Men’s Clothing Department A Portion of Our Women’s & Misses’ Department A Portion of Our Boys' Department A Portion of Our Girls’ & Infants’ Department A HUGE STORE, LOCATED AT 3942 MINN. AVE., N. E. NEXT TO THE SENATOR THEATER— i HALF AGAIN LARGER THAN THE MAIN STORE AT 1319 F ST., N.W. FREE PARKING FOR OVER 500 CARS-RIGHT BEHIND THE STORE! A beautiful store, a magnificent store . . . but most of all ... a convenient store! The new YMS is located wonderfully for you who live northeast, south east or in nearby Maryland! Plenty ef FREE PARKING space . . . quick transportation ... Facilities for complete family shopping. This is no “branch store"... it's larger than the downtown store—offers every F Street service mid then some. For afi your apparel needs ... for every member ef the family ... be sure to visit the stove that was built for yon ... today or tomorrow the new YMS! A Famous-Make Policy Since 1911! Here are a few examples: For MEN— Stein Bloch Suits, $75 to $95 Timely Clothes, $60 to $75 Devonshire Suits, $60 to $70 Manhattan Shirts, $2.95 to $$.95 Bostonian Shoes, $14.95 to $20.95 Stetson & Lee Hats, $7.50 to $50 Famous Sportswear, $3.95 to $65 On Salt at Both Stortt t For WOMEN— New FaH Suits, $39.95 to $79.95 Lovely New Dresses. $14.95 to $39.95 Beautiful Coats, $39.95 to $98 Cameo Hosiery, $1.35 to $1.75 Gowns,' $3.95 to $24.95 Half-slips, $3.95 to $5.95 Pasties. $1.65 to $3.95 On Sain at Beth Sterne For BOYS— Handsome Suits, $16.95 to $40 Trousers. $3.9$ to $10.95 Underwear, 3 lor $1 to $1 Overcoats, $19.95 to $39.50 Mackinaws, $8.95 to $25 Shirts, $1.00 to $5.00 Siaet for boyt to ttudents—at Northeatt Store Only For GIRLi— Skirts, 82.98 to 85.95 Dresses. 81.98 to 918.95 Blouses, 81.98 to 93.98 Slips, 81.28 to 81.98 Girls’ Coats, 825 to 839.95 Infants’ Dresses’ 81.98 to 82.98 Size* from 1 to 19 Sortheatt Store Only / 1 ' CHARGE ACCOUNTS of course! i Use your YMS account at either store ... or open one now! Choose from four convenient plans. Regular charges ... Budget Plans... Lay-A ways... No interest or carry ing charges. For full details, ask any salesperson. STORE , HOURS F Street Store Thursday, 9 A.M. to 8:30 P.M. Dally from 9 A.M. to • P.M. FAMOUS FOR FAMOUS MAKES ...SINCE 1911 STORE HOURS Minnesota Ava. Store Friday and Saturdays, 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. Daily, 9 A.M. to 6 P.M, f A complete Apparel Shop for every member of the family.. • A COMPLETE STORE FOR MEN and YOUNG MEN H . . . featuring fa- H mous clothing, furn- II i&hings, sportswear, hats and shoes. A COMPLETE STORE FOR WOM EN . . . featuring fine suits, coats, dresses, sportswear and accessories. A COMPLETE STORE FOR MISSES . . . featur ing the fresh, new fashions that set the style pace. A COMPLETE STORE FOR BOYS . . . featuring all the needs in apparel for students and younger boys. A COMPLETE STORE FOR TEENS . . . featur ing all the styles a gal could want . . . with an eye toward economy. A COMPLETE STORE FOR GIRLS . . . featur ing dresses, coats and furnishings. A COMPUTE STORE FOR IN FANTS . . . featur ing everything from rec«iving blanket to dreu. Boys’„ Girls’ and Infants’ Wear on Sale at Minnesota Avenue Store Only.