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THE SUNDAY STAR Washington, D. C. SUNDAY. APRIL 19. 1953 At last... guaranteed satisfaction ! , M /O' LoMaur’s (Jmmdm. / cP » LANOLIN COLD WAV! ...our lovtlitst Permanent Wave FOR APPOINTMENT CALL NO. 7-2776 I men Hrpairu inc. Coiffure Designers 1514 CONNECTICUT AVE. GEMS FROM THE OLD WORLD! \j V' ORIENTAL DESIGN Sparkling gem-like colors in eluding green, blue, wine and beige v,oven by old world artisans into intricate oriental motifs. Odd Sizes Available All Sizes Approximate . i Mm n J I 1 PJbfl| Stair Carpeting and MUAJULJ|^&|^yLjjJUi Hall Runners ■'■' 'I. Open Thurs. 'til 9 Charge Accounts Invited MINK SALE HISTORY WILL BE MADE TOMORROW JR Vi JR MM M&B Regal mink stoles and capes—new spring styles from | fresh 1953 prime mink crop! Saks can offer them to you at a fraction of their replacement value only be cause some of our finest mink sources are liquidating stock. For the mink buy of a lifetime, don’t miss this Saks sale, beginning tomorrow morning! tQF 'I *2BB v Natural Ranch Mink Clutch Capes Natural Ranch Mink Large Coachman Stoles Natural Royal Pastel Mink Clutch Capes w Drastically reduced for this event: A large selec tion of other higher priced ranch, silverblu, royal pastel, wild and cerulean (sapphire) mink pieces! «10TwHttSwrt Ambassador to Sponsor Yugoslav Benefit Concert Yugoslav Ambassador and Mme. Popovic will sponsor the benefit recital which Dubravka Tomslc, Yugoslav pianist will give in the Sulgrave Club Thurs day evening, April 23 at 8:30 o’clock. The Yugoslav Relief Committee will be the benefici ary and the event is under the chairmanship of Mrs. Vladimir Rybar. Dean of diplomats. Norwegian Ambassador and Mrs. Munthe de Morgenstierne have given their names as patrons and others include Turkish Ambas sador and Mme. Erkin, Ceylonese Ambassador, Sir Claude Corea, Greek Ambassador Athanese Po lltis, Israeli Ambassador and Mrs. Abba Eban, Korean Ambas sador and Mme. Yang, Haitian Ambassador Jacques Leger and [for a lovelier figure K ! VISIT THE VI S. X MocLEVY SLENDERIZING SALON X You can lose 7 inches in less than 10 X X visits. Start now and after just a few ■nHV X ♦ visits, notice the difference in your ♦ ♦ clothes—bulges disappear as if by ♦ X magic. Treatment AVi hours. $ X 57 years of experience has proven ♦ ♦ that we can give you results quicker, X easier and less expensively than any ♦ X other system. r ♦ X Results Absolutely Guaranteed I J ♦ Call now for free guest visit! \ ♦ ♦■ V ♦ X STEAM BATHS & SWEDISH MASSAGE X X SPECIAL— 6 for sl6 WM X I ♦ X No Drugs—No Strouuous Exercise « X MacLEVY SILVER SPRING II) X ♦ SLENDERIZING SALON ll\ | ♦ The only MacUvy Salon in the Washintton Area IV \ X X 953 BONIFANT ST. ft I 1 ♦ ♦ JU. 9-0080 JU. 7-9665 M J X 1 Cuban Ambassador and Senora de Concheso. Former United States Ambas sador to Yugoslavia George V. Allen, who now is Ambassador designate to India, and Mrs. Allen also are on the list of pa trons. Others include Senator and Mrs. Dennis Chavez, Mrs. Homer Ferguson and Represent ative and Mrs. Harold C. Hagen. Assistant Secretary of State and Mrs. Livingston Merchant are patrons and others are Army Assistant Chief of Staff and Mrs. Anthony McAuliffe, Director of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Mrs. Charies P. Cabell. Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Tuckerman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Dewey, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Littell and Mr. •and Mrs. Warren Stephenson. WBBSrmM I|9H| —Harriß-lwing Photo. MRS. ALAN J. THOMPSON The former Miss Joyce A. Reynolds. Miss Joyce Ann Reynolds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil lian Purvis Reynolds of Alex andria became the bride on April 18 of Mr. Alan John Thompson. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Thomp son of Riverton, N. J. The ceremony took place at the Washington Street Metho dist Church with Dr. Theodore E. Landis officiating. There was a reception at Gadsby’s Tavern. Following a wedding trip to the Pocono Mountains, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson will reside in Rich mond. ' ■*; <i VRMLa v. •• • Jllll y,> ' y* : J —Hessler Photo. MRS. CONRAD W. JUDY The former Miss Virginia B. Bozarth. The Takoma Park Presbyte rian Church was the scene on j April 18 of the marriage of Miss j Virginia Barksdale Bozarth to Mr. Conrad Waltermere Judy. Dr. R. Paul Schearrer officiated at the ceremony. Following a re-, ception they left on a wedding trip to Sea Island. Mr. and Mrs. Judy will reside in Takoma Parjc. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Neal Bo zarth and Mr; Judy is the son of Mrs. Jady C. Judy of Wash ington and the late Mr. Judy. Visiting En Route Mr. and Mrs. George Radke of Santa Maria. Calif., have ar rived to spend a fortnight with their daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hartley of Homewood. From here the Radkes will leave for a Euro pean trip which will include most of the continent as well as England at coronation time. They plan to be away about four months. :? .I —Southall Photo. MRS. WILLIAM B. DUNBAR The former Miss Mary Ann Burns. Miss Mary Ann, Burns, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Burns, and Lt. William Beal Dunbar, U.S.A.F., son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Dunbar of Jack sonville, Fla., were married April 18 in Holy Trinity Church, the Rev. John Patrick Burns of St. Augustine, Fla., officiating. Following the reception at Hotel 2400, the couple left on a wedding trip to St. Simons Island, Ga. They will reside at Langley Field, Va. The bride was graduated cum laude from Dunbarton College in 1952. Lt. Dunbar is a gradu ate of the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service. Here for Meetings Mrs. H. E. McConnell of Ches ter, S. C., is the house guest of her sister, Mrs. Charles D. Mc- Cormick of South Arlington. Mrs. McConnell, regent for the DAR Chapter of Chester, ar rived Friday by plane to attend the forthcoming DAR Congress here. Mil mm . . . This 15-year-old fur institution has hand- ! some mink coats, capes, stoles and jackets at i prices that are the talk j of the town. Since they have had very slight use, we have to classify these gorgeous minks as | second hand, used and ! price them accordingly but we think one look will convince you they are os beautiful os the day they were made. All garments are finer qual ity mink. Financing can be arranged. Just in time for Spring . . . Cor. Bth & G Sts. N.W. Washington, D. C. Another SItMIIH* Exclusive ... MODERN DINETTE SET $ pieces Ml, lSfk 50 * It's new . . . versatile . . . and low priced. It's clean in line . . . simple in design . . . and sealed to today's trend toward smaller dining areas. Upholstered back side chairs are roomy and comfortable, cushions filled with rubberized hair and covered in attractive modern textured fabric. Tables are 32x48 with one 12-in. leaf. Bleached mahogany finish, green upholstery. Cordovan mahogany finish, lime upholstery. Matching 36" or 54" buffet 169.50 eoeh Additional side chairs 22.50 each (Allow 5 Weeks Delivery) • Open Thursdays till 9:00 P.M. vaj £t*f j-fc ▲ mjiTi • Free parking for Sloane customers at W^A Ring Garage, 19th and M. • Telephone District 7-7*6*. 1217 Connecticut Avenue the best fitting PUMP m\ . you ever wore ... now in mesh! y (Sizes 10 Vi and 11, $1 extra) y AIR-STEP'S famous opera £ Here's perfection fashion and Airstep takes thair famous pump and fashions It in mesh with scallops of suede or patent, crafts it on a combination » last to make it fit like a dreom! Blue or block suede, block potent with mesh. Medium heel also in brown W " suede with mesh, tan coif with wheat mesh. *' ow Medium High ui2, »»y* to k yk Prmnt Thl* Ad and 50c plus Tax lor Admission $250,000 WORTH OF OX SALE AT THE GIGANTIC Silver Spring Antique Show Silver Spring Armory Monday, April 20, thru Friday, April 24 11 A.M. TO 11 P.M. DAILY Primitive and Early Americana Fnrnitnre, China, Glass, Prints, Clocks, Jewelry, Dolls, Silver and Gnns For Further Information Call TU. 2-2727 RA. 3-7608 Sponsored by Maryland National Guard Service Co., 115th Infantry Clip This Ad, It sntitles bearer to Vs off regular admission !