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O'BRIEN ^ SATIN FINISH Really Two Paint» In One! Combines flat paint’s softness with hard fine durability of enamel. Goes on* like magic. One coat usually sufficient for any surface. Dries to hard, uniform, washable beauty! Exclusive Washington Outlet for O'Brien s Paints Use a Good Paint. Employ a Good Painter. C.I.5nutHto.lnc. 2437 18th St. N.W. HU. 3300 Master Painters Store—2328 Champlain St. FREE PARKING DIAMOND BARGAINS THAT ARE DIFFICULT TO DUPLICATE & INVEST YOUR BONUS MONEY IN DIAMONDS! ^ - Was , Now J125 !4 ct. Solitaire in yellow fold mounting.... $ 50 200 3» ct. Lady’s Solitaire, fine color- - 100 300 Man’s 3-Diamond Rinf, approx. *, ct., yellow fold mtf. 100 375 Man’s S ct„ fine color, yellow fold_ 150 450 % ct. Lady’s Solitaire, nice cut - 200 975 1*4 ct. Lady's, fine color and cut modern mountinf... 350 '1350 1*4 ct. Lady’s, blue white, bafuette mountinf _ 475 1500 2*4 Lady’s, fine color, platinum diamond mountinf 675 1800 2 ct. Lady's, beautiful color and cut, platinum_ 700 3500 3*i ct. Lady’s, emerald cut, nice color_1200 7500 6 ct. Lady's finest cut, beautiful color_ 3500 FANCY DIAMOND RINGS * Was Now $135 Lady’s 15-Diamond “Princess Rinf” 14 kt. yellow fold $ 95 450 Lady’s 29-Diamond “Princess Rinf” 14 kt. yellow fold 175 750 Lady's 21 larfe, fine color diamonds, 14 kt. yellow fold.. 300 750 Lady’s 49 fine color diamonds, platinum settinf_ 325 1350 Lady’s 18 round cut and 3 larfe emerald cut diamonds 550 DIAMOND BRACELETS Was Now $1050 20-Dia .and 20 Sapphire Stralfht Row Bracelet, plat. $400 1500 45-Diamond Straifht Row Platinum Bracelet ... ... 500 1800 40-Dia. Straifht Row Plat. Bracelet, beautiful color.. 675 2400 38 Larfe Diamond Straifht Row Bracelet, platinum... 975 DIAMOND PINS Was Now $ 300 19-Diamond Platinum Filifree Bar Pin_$125 300 14-Diamond and 7-Sapphire Filifree Bar Pin_ 150 375 8-Diamond and 7-Pearl Straifht Bar Pin_ 150 450 16-Diamond and 1-Pearl Platinum Bar Pin_ 200 600 39-Diamond Platinum Filifree Bar Pin_ 250 1350 43 Larfe Diamond Platinum Bar Pin_ 550 900 27 Beautiful Diamond Horseshoe Pin_ 375 1050 66 Fine Diamonds and 14-kt. Yellow Gold Heart Pin.. 425 900 36 Cut Diamonds and Platinum Circle Pin_... 375 DIAMOND WATCHES * Was Now $200 Lady's 8-Diamond, 14-kt. T. G. Hamilton Watch_$ *5 300 Lady's 16-Diamond, 14-kt. If. G. Hamilton Watch,**- 150 375 Lady's 20-Diamond, 14-kt. W. G. Hamilton Watch—. 175 900 Lady's 68-Dla„ 14-kt. W. G. Hamilton Watch and Bracelet _‘____-__ S75 1800 Lady's 99-Dia. Platinum Longine Watch and Bracelet 700 SPECIAL Was Now $420 Man's Patek Phillippe Watch_$200 All Prices Include Mountings. Trades Accepted Ladles' and man's platinum and (aid diamond Hamlltaa Watches, 80% discount, list oar lar-awar plan. Abort prices do not Include tax. These extreme prices are made possible by our east purchase of exceptional!? fine terns from estates, banks, bankrupts? and sacrifice sales. You don't par fancy prices for overhead here. LIVINGSTON & CO. ESTABLISHED lOOt 1423 H ST. N.W. ME. 3440 ST. 4044 ADVERTISEMENT. ADVERTISEMENT. New Cream Deodorant Proved 53% MORE EFFECTIVE in Keeping Underarms Dry and Odorless Keaa what this new Cream Deodorant, when used daily, will do for you Arrid actually gives you 53% more security than any other leading de odorant. Doctors now find that Arrid is 53% more effective in keeping underarms dry and odor less. They find no other deodorant compares with Arrid as an anti perspirant and deodorant. Deodor izes completely. Keeps you sweet. Arrid used daily gives you this exclusive 5-way protection: 1 • Effective—stops the appearance of underarm perspiration. 2. Safe — protects clothes from perspiration stains. 3. Antiseptic — kills all odor in* stantly on contact. 4. Smooth, white, vanishing cream. 5. Creamy! Contains Creamogen, won't dry out in the jar. Only 43< plus tax. DON'T BE HALF-SAFE. USE ARRID-TO BE SURE! QUESTIONED — Detroit.—An thony Redmond, 20, who po lice say admits he was driver of a car which struck two pretty teen-age Pontiac girls New Year’s eve at midnight, killing them both. —AP Wirephoto. Youth Admits His Car Hit 2 Michigan Girls Left Dying in Snow •y tha Associated Press DETROIT, Jan. 2.—Police said today a 20-year-old youth sur rendered last night and said his car struck two pretty Pontiac girls who were left dying in a snowbank on New Year’s eve. Held for questioning was An thony Redmond, 20, of suburban Royal Oak. Wheahe walked into the Royal Oak police station shortly before midnight he was accompanied by a 17-year-old youth, two 15-year-old girls who were with him on New Year's eve, and the father of one of the girls. Held as a witness was Doran Cushing, the other youth. The girls were released to their par ents. Their names were not dis closed. The two victims, Barbara Hollo way, 17, and Jessie Anastos, 15, were struck as they walked along Woodward avenue after they had left a party shortly before. Was Exactly Midnight. Police quoted Redmond as say ing he was driving north on Woodward avenue in a heavy fog, "watching the time because of the New Year coming in.” "It was exactly midnight—we were saying ‘Happy New Year’ to each other — when I caught a glimpse of a girl's coat and felt a bump.” He said he got out and saw one of the girls lying in the snow. He said another car came along and he stopped it, telling the driver to call police. “I had been in trouble with the police before, and I knew I vras in a jam,” officers quoted Redmond as saying. “We had a case of beer with us and two 15-year-old -girls in the car. ioia to liet Kid or Beer. “I told Cushing to grab the beer and throw It in the field.” Redmond said the other driver went to telephone police, adding, “We were so scared we drove away.” Two college youths, Samuel Har rell, a junior at Clemson College in South Carolina, and Gerald Sie laff, a Wayne University junior, had led police to the scene of the tragedy, telling officers of the youth who had stopped them. Barbara was dead when police arrived. Jessie (conscious but un able to speak, died four hours later. Redmond told officers after he left the scene of the accident, “he worried all the rest of the night.” Because of bruises on the throat o4 one of the girls, police at first reported they might have been strangled. Afraid to Surrender. “I heard that over the radio,” Redmond told police, “and I couldn’t understand it. But I was afraid if I gave myself up, I'd be accused of murder.” Finally, he said, he got in touch with his companions and learned the girls had told their parents. One of the fathers, Redmond said, told him he would have to report the accident to police. “He got the four of us together and drove us to the police sta tion,” Redmond said. Royal Oak police said Redmond, a truck driver, has a juvenile rec ord and was convicted in the past year and fined for disturbing the peace and malicious destruction of property. Interest in Tin Mines Booming prices for tin have re vived interest in Britain’s Corn ish mines, first developed by the Phoenicians. (FOUR DAY SALEi LIONEL TRAINS AND ACCESSORIES 307° OFF We still have in stock a good selection of sets, also Santa Fe sets and locomotives, Union Pacific sets. O-gauge automatic and manual switches, 0-27 automatic switches, track. Practically all cars in cluding cattle, milk, ore, lumber, searchlight, dairy, gondola, oil, hoppers, illuminated cabooses, new coal dock and car, lumber loaders, coal load ers and accessories. Transformers 1033, RW, KW, ZW. All Sales Final—No Mail or Phone Orders COMPLETE SALES AND REPAIR SERVICE MAYFLOWER ELECTRIC A LOCK CO. 1703 L St N.W. Dl. 1629-HA. 9111 Located in the Hotel Mayflower Block at the Corner of 17th and L Philippine Air Line Granted Madrid Rights By the Associated Press LONDON, Jan. 2.—The Philip pine Air Line announced today it has been granted the right to handle London-Madrid and Madrid-Rome traffic under terms of a new treaty between Spain and the Philippines. Up to now the airline has been permitted to carry traffic to Madrid only if it originated in Manila, Calcutta, Karachi or Lydda. Coal Dumpings Are Tripled in Year at Hampton Roads By tha Associated Prsss NORFOLK, Va., Jan. 2.—The , three coal hauling railroads using .Hampton Roads piers dumped three times more coal in' 1951 than in 1950. A report today showed that coal dumpings at Hampton Roads to taled 36,637,693 tons in 1951. This was two million tons more than the previous record of 34.520,313 .tons set in 1947. This compared (with 12,120,970 tons in 1950, when dumpings dropped to the lowest point since World War II. The coal dumpings topped the three million ton mark in each of the last five months of 1951. The high month was October, when 3,794,843 tons were dumped. India Has 60 Movie Studios CALCUTTA.—India’s 60 motion picture studios produce about 275 films a year. India's 3,250 movie houses are attended by about 600 million persons a year. Austrian Develops New Fresco Method LINZ, Austria.—A new fresco painting technique has been de veloped by an Austrian painter after many years’ research. The painter, Prof. Anselm J. Grand, says the colors will not fade, even under the brightest light, and are not affected by heat or humidity, because they are painted with “a new indelible .binding material.” College Association to Meet More than 600 delegates to the Association of American College* are scheduled to meet at the Hotel Statler next Tuesday for a three-day convention. Imitelled. Sanded. nabbed, Beaatred ISIS sets Place N.W. Unilie ie>e Flee Work Only WOOD FLOORS Barnead K. Naak Owaer-Maaacer First Quality Sheer Nylons 74c ■ ■ pair Filmy 60 gauge, 15 den* ier nylons are as sheer as 51 gauge but will wear much longer. These are all first quality stockings ... a remark* able saving during Jan* uary. Noontide or Sweet* spice. 8% to 10%. Shaggy Loop Rugs IT Drew up your, rooms with these pretty shaggy cotton loop. rugs. They are washable and have non-skid backs ... all are specially priced for Murphy’s big January sale. Many pretty room flattering colors. Big Plastic Garment Bags i Si .27 ■ each These are strong, dur* able plastic garment bags each a full 54 inches long. One holds 8 gar ments, the other 16. They’ll keep your clothes safe from moths, dust and dampness. Many col ors. They’re washable. Triple Check Sheets • $0.17 Murphy’* famous Triple Check sheets are labora tory tested. Durable mus lin that is guaranteed to launder and wear to your I complet e satisfaction. I They come in 81-99-inch I double bed size. Get a * supply at this saving. JflN U ftRY ECONOMY SALE b Muslin Fine quality unbleached mm* tin has many uses in your household. You’ll make a worth while saving if you get It now during January. COTTON DRESSES $1.94 Work in them, shop in them, go everywhere in these bright cottons. You’ll love the way they wear and laun* der with ease ... you’ll love the big January saving. Crisp waffle pique in gay prints, stripes or floral do» signs. Attractively trimmed. Many colors. Misses’-12 to 20 Women’s 38 to 44 Half Sizes 14% to 20% JANUARY ECONOMY SALE Peanuts Clusters 44‘ Cluster of crisp, fresh pea* nuts coated with rich lus* cious chocolate. A tempting treat at a remarkable saving. Don’t miss it. JANUARY ECONOMY SALE Sugar Wafers Crisp, fresh sugar wafers have chocolate or vanilla cream fillings. A tempting treat your family will love. Save on than now! JANUARY ECONOMY SALE Fine Tissues 23‘ Toull love Angel Soft tis •ues for their handy size and soft texture . . . and you’ll love the big January saving! 800 single sheets to a box. JANUARY ECONOMY SALE White Cups 2for 19c Large white St. Denis cops hold 10 ounces ... a really man-sized cup! You’ll save if you get them new during Murphy’s January sale. JANUARY ECONOMY SALE Pillowcases 38' Fine quality stamped pillow * cases have 3-inch hemstitch ed hems. Three charming patterns to select from. Save during this big sale. " » .. . JANUARY ECONOMY SALE Wastebasket 63* A worth while saving oa Mf kitchen waste baskets. They’re all metal and a larfe 26 quart size. Red or yellow with white, white with red.