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ROSENDORF will now REMODEL YOUR FURS at very mddest summer ratees This is the best time of the year to bring your furs to Wm. Rosendorf for remodeling or repairing. All work will have the personal supervision of William Rosendorf in his own manufacturing shop, and you will profit by the modest summer rates. Next win ter’s models are now definitely set and available for vour inspection. Your Furs are past due in Wtn. Rosendorf s ' Certified Cold Fur Storage For Bonded Messenger Service Call IVA. 8663 ... or ... IVA. 7343 * jWesf's Ruling Permits Transfer of Aufo Tags Corporation Counsel Vernon E. -West has overruled Traffic Direc tor George E. Keneipp in his stand that tags once issued to a person may not be transferred to another during the same tag year. The question came up when a widow asked that she be allowed to retain the tag number that had been issued to her husband. Mr. Keneipp said it was impossible under the present regulations, but he asked that the Corporation Counsel give an opinion on it. The Commissioners, at a board meeting yesterday upheld Mr. West’s opinion that the tags may be transferred. Mr. West told the Commissioners he could find nothing in the law to prohibit the issuance of tags bearing the same number to two different registered owners during one registration year, where the registration of the first has expired. Grade Allen's Comments A couple of weeks ago it was announced that: “Two Seattle University students set a new world’s record by teeter-tottering up and down for 51 hours and 31 min uies. So far this two - student record hasn’t been broken, which is very discouraging. If college students today haven’t got the ambi tion and skill to do worth-while things like that, how will they Grade Allen, fit into the business world after they graduate and become people? When my uncle Harvey went to Barber College he set a record by shaving the top of his head twice daily for three years. In fact, he still does! There was a sheepskin shortage at the time, so they had to tattoo his diploma on his scalp —and now he has to keep it shaved to show he’s a college graduate. (Released by Consolidated News Features.) j It s Palm Beach Time for BOYS too, at... i KmvS "TH« Avtnut" I 7lh, 8»H ond 0 $*». N W. i ' • v Your Youngster will Look His Best in a PALM BEACH SUIT. Rugby Coat with Shorts Sizes 6 to 12-$14.95 Rugby Coat With Longies Sizes 6 to 12____$16.95 Cadet Suits Sizes 12 to 18_$19.95 « Students' Suits Sizes 33 to 38_$27.95 Palm Beach Slacks Sizes 26 to 32 waist- $7.95 ■ Palm Beach Shorts Sizes 6 to 14_$3.95 You'll want your son to look his very best on important occasions this summer and he will when he's wearing on all-new Palm Beach suit! You'll marvel at the tailoring, "styled like dad's." And they're 100% washable . . . long-wearing, s-m-o-o-t-h, crush resistant! Come in now and see our wide variety of styles and colors, fancies and whites. Single and double breasted models. Kann’s—Boys’ Store—Second Floor t> » t ' . i.Report of Marriage License Applications Under D. C. law, couples must apply for a marriage license on one day, wait three full days and receive the license on the fifth day. Sundays and holidays are counted the same as other days. John Simpson, 28. and Virginia Sharp. 25. both of 1650 Harvard st. n.w. Russell Bailey, Jr., 22, Lanark. W. Va.. and Wanda Shaver. 19. 1243 Rock Creek Ford rd. n.w. Talmage Brewer. S3, and Bessye Gilmer. 32, both of 1214 Stevens rd. s.e. Delos Smith, Jr 24. 6126 Tllden st. n.w and Mary Trimble. 23. 3111 Macomb Donald* Knowlson. 29, Bolling Air Force Base and Nancy Clements. 17, Na LeroyllClark.’ 28. and Willie Pace. 28. both o' 601 New Jersey ave. n.w. Boyd Sheppard 56. 613 C st. n.w.. and Katherine Cabello, 59. 101 D st. s.e. Stanley Singer. 22 4823 Georgia ave. n.w. and Anna Ruben. 20, 4008 Blaine Thoma* eSmlth. 29. 630 Florence st. n.e.. and Mary Brown 31, 3784 Foote st. n.e. James Dunn. 24. College Park. Md.. and Job Durepo. 22. Takoma Park. Md. James Hope, 30, 510 Gresham pi. n.w., and Rosamond Scott, 31. 4687 Ben ning rd. s.e. Allen Marar.s. 24. Galllnger Hospital, and Joanne Lints. 22. Arlington. Va. Virgil Pressl. 23, 30 Channlng pi. n.w., and Mary Tedesco. 19. 1815 Minnesota ave. s.e. William Logan. Jr., 24. 1418 Michigan ave. n.e.. and Irene Kirby. 22, 16 Bryant st. n.e. Louis Voegler. 23. 1447 South Carolina ave. s.e and Betty Rector. 23. 1918 M st. n.e. Willie Wilkins. 27, 117 S st. i.w.. and Norene-Connelly. 21. 121 S it. i.w. Robert Baxter. 24. Arlington, Va.. and Betty Coleman. 21. 4116 Davis ol. n.w. Mll:on Maynard 29. 1116 L it. n.w.. and Alene Thatcher. 23, La Salle Hotel. Robert Miller, 20, 147 Tennessee ave. n.e.. and Virginia Weimer, 18. 823 Pennsylvania ave. i.e. Riley Peteri, 53 33 48th st. n.e. and Parthenla Brewer. 45. Laurel. Md. Eugene Para, 28, Berwyn. 111., and Regina Shlmanek. 21. Arlington. Va. Willie Johnson. Jr.. 24. 526 Lamont it. n.w.. and Virginia Caates. 23. Lanham, Md. Richard Gordon. 25. 3780 First it. I.e.. and Mary Moreland, 23. 743 12th st. s.e. Lester Austin. 33 and Novla Stroman, 31. both of 617 Anacostla ave. n.e. David Collins. 32. and Victoria Love, 22. both of 1060 Westford pi. n.e. John Oliver. 35, 7 Nicholson st. s.e.. and Mary McWhlrt. 35. 4810 Bargent rd. Winiam 8mlth. 22. 412 Virginia ave. s.e.. and Margaret Dorsey. 18, 416 Virginia ave.. s.e. Gerald Shlngledecker. 38. 3900 16th st. n.w.. and Catherine Keller. 31. Colo rado Springs. Colo. Thomas Wlckert. 25. and Edith Fechtman. 26, both of 1315 19th st. n.w. Donald Fleck. 28. Bolling Air Force Base, and Mary Mitchell. 28. 3619 13th st. n.w. Robert Hoffman. 25. Andrews Air Force Base, and Carroll Markey. 21. Silver Jam'es'^forowl'ti, 26. Elgin. Fla., and Eliza beth Altemus. 23. 2100 Connecticut ave. n.w. Jesse Staton. 21. 118 Flordla ave. n.w., and Hazel Dixon, 19, 120 Florida ave. n.w. Daniel Dunan. 41. 1708 Lawrence it. n.e.. and Margaret DeFurla. 31. Mount Rainier. Md. Robert Wood. 29. Mount Rainier. Md.. and Dorothy Groves, 29, 1927 Jackson st. n.e. William Martin 23. and Mary Perkins. 20. both of o22 F st. n.e. Gerald Lynch. 18. Marine Barracks and Antoinette Mlmstedt, 18. 254 8th st. s.e Charles Odle. 29 3511 30th st. n.w.. and »„P11J1<UGlenn- 3317 17th st. n.w. Albert Dawson. 40. 320 Independence ave ste'’n*w<1 Grae* Hopper- 29. 5713 5th Wayne Christian. 29. 1909 H st. n.w., and Nell Hlloerbrand. 27. Arlington. Va. Eljwood Guyton. 34. Glenarm. Md., and Elisabeth Bower. 40 2701 28th st. n.w Carios Cordero. 22. Hyattsvllle. Md., and Marshal Head. 21. Bllver Spring. Md. Arnold Gutman . 23 Philadelphia, and Adele Nurock 22, 8120 33rd st. n.w. Clln on Dash ell. -lO and Pearl Puryear. t C3',?°ih y.3 Upshur st. n.w. John McGrath. 28. 1806 Kenyon st. n w and ^Margaret O’Neill. 26. 120 Wayne Jose'Dias 25 1916 17th st. n.w.. and Dolores Ferro, 23. 2620 University pL Robert Merchant. 41. 1111 13th st. n.w. and Dorothy O’Day. 30. 1929 K st. n.w Jemes Abell. 26. Providence Hospital, and Marie Hanratty. 24. 4536 3rd st. s.e. Philip Blake. 35. Bolling Air Force Base. and Pauline Jenkins. 35. 2107 H st. n.w Donald Rynda. 24. Naval Air Station, and Bonnie Olbson. 22. 3106 Channlng st. n.e. Charles Vlsconage. 25. 1923 N st: n w and Hester Davis. 30, 5103 Connecticut ave. n.w. It is believed that the moths, which are responsible for the ruin nf many American clothes, are! not native to the United States i nut were imported from Europe.1 miniature: BINOCULARS NO HOCUS-FOCUS THIS. BUT A GENUINE BINOCULARS WITH 3.SX MAGNIFICATION AND A 26MM. APERTURE OF OBJECTIVE. IT'S BUILT INTO A GRAIN LEATHER COVERED METAL CASE THAT OPERATES EASILY AS A JACK-KNIFE. SLIPS EASILY INTO POCKET OR PURSE BECAUSE IT'S WAFER-THIN AND CIGARETTE-CASE SIZE. CamalierS-Buckley V t# H41 (Connecticut venue ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ REpudlic C611 ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦<<+♦♦♦♦♦ This is "PALM BEACH WEEK" See the amazing new Fiber-Lock t in this summer’s PALM I * BEACH i SUITS ' *29.95 Wrinkles Actually BOUNCE OUT! Smoothness Is Locked in! Yes, it's a fact! You can say good-bye to old-time hot-weather wrinkling and scratch, when you wear the amazing all-new Palm Beach suits. Ingenious Patented FIBRE-LOCK Method blends rayon, resilient mohair, and nylon in most styles . . . lets you keep that fresh-pressed look longer no matter how hot and humid it gets.because this new cloth retains the famous Palm Beach open, porous weave that lets cool air in, body heat out! To do full justice to this great new cloth, there are wonderful patterns, richer colors, much finer tailoring for true summer comfort; no "heat-trap" pads, no heavy interlinings. Imagine all this style and comfort for so little money. Come in now while selections are complete. . e: • ’ ‘ . • ' . -• f • . . ... . ,7;,^.. - • ST AIR-COOLED MEN'S STORE ! . ! f, (, '