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THURSDAY NITE ONLY! ALL COLOR I I ^ A FOR MOVIE AMERAS CAMERAS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS SALE TO LOAD FOR THAT GOOD WEATHER AHEAD SH-H-FLASH BULBS ARE ALWAYS CHEAPER ffERE 1 HOUR FREE PARKING in I T 7 CAMERA v II I I M 61312th St. N.W “'at the sion of the big kodak ’ ST 1458 JOHN G. WEBSTER HAS SERVED WASHINGTON SINCE 1912 LOOK AT THIS LOIBlof\ on a famous “Jet Recovery* Coleman WATER HEATER - --■-KwJKvi I ONLY $59 »6 DOWN $5 Monthly, Model 178B • Guaranteed Against Leakage • Thermostatic Control • Baked Enamel Finish • Jet Recovery • Fiberglos IkSr ATTENTION, LARGE FAMILIES! 45-Gallon JET RECOVERY COLEMAN WATER HEATER 10-year Guarantee $G SPECIAL! only ■ W We Give You a Written Guarantee On All Water Heaters A Installation 'small additional charge for Installation) John G. Webster's own plumbers, licensed in D. C., Maryland and Virginia, do all Installation work. No subcontracting. STerling 6100 John G. Webster 'WE KEEP YOU IN HOT WATER” 627 F Street N.W.—Opposite Hecht Co. F St. Entrance Optu Thursdays Until 9 PM.—All Day Saturdays FREE PARKING Citizens Ac! to Assist I SO Southeast Families Soon to Be Evicted A committee from the South east Citizens’ Association wUi meet with a group from the Wash ington Housing Association on Monday to discuss means of as sisting 50 families soon to be evicted from their homes to and near the 1000 block bl Thirteenth street SJE. The families live in half a hun dred flats to row houses, situated mostly in the 1000 block of Thir teenth street SJE. The homes are being sold to colored purchasers by the Colonial Investment Co., acting as agents for Nathan Levin, Nathaniel J. Tauber and James B. Evans. The real estate men obtained the homes in a trade last Decem ber with the Washington Sanitary Housing Co., which was organized to provide low-cost housing for tenants in low-income groups. Offer Newer Rentals. An official of the company said the Thirteenth street, tenants were offered an opportunity to rent newer apartments acquired under the trade, but most of them declined to move into the South west from the Southeast. In November, 1950, Mr. Levin, Mr. Tauber and Mr. Evans ac quired some 850 low-rent housing units from the former Washington Sanitary Improvement Co. for $3 million. Some of the directors erf the improvement company formed the Washington Housing Co. to carry on the work- of the original organ ization. Two-thirds of Houses Sold. A spokesman for the Colonial Investment Co. said a spot check of tenants was made to see if they wished to purchase the flats they were renting. In the absence of offers from tenants, it was said, about two-thirds of the ‘homes have been sold to Individuals planning to occupy them. A few of the old tenants have moved out, and new owners are awaiting, the expiration of noti fication nave been extended in some cases, it was said. The Urban Development Com mittee of the Housing Association will meet with the citizens’ group at 10 am. Monday in headquar ters of the association. 1906 M street N.W., according to Brig. Gen. U. S. Grant HI, retired, chairman of the committee. Controller General's Son Named Reserve Ensign ; Charles Frederic Warren, 25 | year-old son of Controller General and Mrs. Lindsay C. Warren, has been commissioned a reserve en sign, after four months train ing at the j Coast Guard 'Academy, New London, Conn. A graduate of Wilson High School here and the University of North Caro lina, Ensign ! Warren enlisted jlast fall and was sent to Re serve Officers Candidate EnaUa Wtrrea. School immedi ately. The Warrens live at 3300; Stuyvesant place N.W. Robert Allan Emken, 22, son of Cecil W. Emken, 4708 Harrison street, Chevy Chase. Md., also was made an ensign at the same time. He is a graduate of Wilson and of; the University of Maryland. Cub Scout Banquet Cub Scout Pack 415 will hold its annual banquet at 6:30 pm. to morrow in the Eldbrooks Metho dist Church, Wisconsin avenue and River road N.W. The pack is sponsored by St. Columba’s Epis copal Church. , GOOD THINGS COME EASY THE CALIFORNIA WAY The California Wav? Ia food as in entertaining, that means doing things the casual, no-fuss way— yet always with a touch of glamour. For instance when guests drop in, don’t knock yourself out fixing Fussy things. Instead, just set out a tray of assorted crackers and wedges of cheese ... then, for that hospitable touch, pour glasses of mellow California Sherry wine. It’s as nice a way to say welcome as it is easy! P.S. To be prepared, better add "Sherry wine” to tomorrow’s shopping list 'Bri^Wen yburWfelcome - Serve Sheti# Wine witfi (four CbeeseTky! Sherry, like the other fine unw of California, costs only a few cents a glass to serve. Enjoy Sheny with appetizers, Burgundy and Sauterne with dinner. Serve Port with dessert... and when guests drop in, afternoon or evening. Get acquainted with utese and the other fine California wines. Remember, too, when dining out, the world-famous wines of California are featured by leading restaurants and hotels everywhere. Wine Advisory Board, 717 Market Street, San Francisco 3, California. WINE ADDS TO GRACIOUS HOSPITALITY IX MILLIOXS OF A MERIC AX HOMES International Bank Begins Oil Talks With Mossadegh •y th« Associated Press TEHERAN, Iran, Feb. 13.—An International Bank mission be gan on-the-spot negotiations at the bedside of Premier Mohammed Mossadegh yesterday in an effort to get the 1.5-billion dollar Iranian oil industry going again. The five-man mission, headed by the bank's vice president. Rob ert L. Gamer, has a new twist to this old problem—a plan for the bank to manage Iran’s national ized oil industry temporarily until Iran and Britain settle their long standing dispute. There are some indications Mr. Mossadegh may now be more will ing-to talk business. With the oil industry’s exports cut off, external revenues no longer are cooping in and the government is fast run ning out of money. TABRIZ, Iran, Feb. 13 (JP).— Russias ‘‘house of culture” here is still wide open, despite Iranian government orders closing all for eign cultural organizations in the provinces. The United States and Britain complied with the orders last week and closed their small cultural and information centers here and elsewhere in the prov inces. Anacostia Lions to Elect The Anacostia Lions Club will hold an election meeting at 6:30 o’clock tonight in the Bradbury Heights Methodist Church, Ala bama avenue and Bowen road S.E. Handicapped Plan Party Lodge 94. American Federation of the Physically Handicapped will hold a Valentine’s Day party at 8 p m. tomorrow in St. John’s Hall. 821 Sixteenth street N.W. Awards win be presented to persons who have helped the club. Nokesville Meeting Set ; A meeting of dairymen will be held at the Brentsville District' High School, Nokesville, Va„ at 7:30 pjn. tomorrow to discuss the: newest developments in combine! milking units and tank storing! and cooling equipment. U UR best boosters ore those we've moved. They'll tell you that it's a move in the right direction when you reoch for a phone to let us estimate on what your moving will cost! , Your Furniture Handled As If It Were Our Own/ Fidel ity Storage Established 1905 1420 You St. N.W. NOrth 3400 Alabama Girl Falls for Yankee It wos love at first sight when Miss Guinevere Smythethwaite of Birmingham, Alabama, met our Yankee Pot Roast. Thumbing her nose at trodition. Miss S. cleaned her plate with aplomb, aided by a knife and fork, solved her conscience by ordering spiced shrimp appetizer from Biloxi, buttered broccoli from Ten nessee. Topped it off with peach cobbler from Macon, Georgia, and coffee from South America. And all for $1.70. Whether you're from Birmingham, Alpbama, or Uncusville, Connecticut, you'll love the Yankee Pot Roast at WAKEFIELD Restaurant 1359 Connecticut Avenue Phone A Dams 1014 Htun ■ 7.J0 t.m. t* Midn^ht JULIUS LAIMSBURGH'S ^79th OPEN STOCK MODERN BEDROOM GROUP It's Julius Lansburgh's exciting new bedroom design ... offered ot tremendous savings! Pieces ore boldly executed, with functional lines cleverly accented by an indent molding that creates striking "planked" effects. Richly shaded, cordovan finish adds an unusual dfcpth and distinction to the beautifully grained mahogany veneen and cabinetwoods. Plate glass, beveled mirrors are extra large ... drawers glide smooth^ ... brass pulls are ultra smart. Make up your suite NOW—and save! (Three Pieces As Low As, $277.00) Triple Dresser & Mirror, $179.00 5-Drawer Cordovan Chest, $79.00 Large Vanity & Mirror... $139.00 Bookcase Headboard Bed.. $79.00 2-Drawer Night Table.$35.00 Full Size Panel Bed .... $59.00 Convenient Terms Arranged Opel Thursday Night ’til 9 Julius i?ahs!iurgh furniture Co. 909 F St.