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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C. MONDAY, MAT 4. 1983 GU Military Day To Honor Allies Fighting in Korea Georgetown University’s ROTC units will hold their annual Mili tary Day next Thursday In honor of Allied fighting troops in Korea. Military attaches from every nation with combat troops in Korea will be on hand. Military Day, which is held each spring at the university, is sponsored jointly by Army and Air ROTC units. The day’s events will include drill competitions, exhibitions of weapons and equipment, award ing trophies and honors, and a final parade and review. Latest Equipment Exhibited. An exhibit of the latest equip ment being used and developed V ‘ I famous Pepperell "Cool-Breeze" Lightweight Summer Blankets For Cool Nights at Home ARLINGTON STORE HOURS TONIGHT TILL 9:30 P.M. "MOTH DOOM" GARMENT BAGS * i merit* " 1 > REGULAR DRESS i BAG for 8 gor f vMi ment * L' MOTH-DOOM BAGS ARE MADE with Per. Peek* is eosily filled from dear Good yj , fronts > makes jt outside. Built-in zipper holds , . , Paro Crystals supplied with eoch eas V to f ,nd V our garments at one glance, bog. No need to disturb gar- Tops and trim are richly quilted. Made ments when you refill para pocket. with sturdy steel frames, long zippers for easier access. Easy to clean with a damp '' U. cloth. Wine, green, blue, yellow. n Mail and Phona Ordan Fillad. Call Dl. 7-7200 L , v Vv' A Generous Supply of 1 • ; * # % Moth-Killing Pare Crystals Included *;\\\ v y .r - . ’I Perforated Inner Wall releases r fumes . . . allows fumes to enter the bag. Circulat vapors constantly the Notions—Street Floor Washington, Arlington » by the military in Korea will be supplied by the Department of Defense. The Air Force will sup ply several of the latest type jet planes for display. The program will open at 10 a.m. with tours of the military exhibits near McDonough Gym nasium. At 1:30 p.m., a competitive drill will be held on the varsity field. Exhibitions by a drill team and Air Force Drum and Bugle Corps will follow. ROTC Parade. A joint Army-Air Force ROTC parade, with presentation of awards, will be held at 3 p.m. A formal retreat ceremony will be conducted at 4:50 p.m., with a reception at 5 p.m. Maj. Gen. Hugh M. Milton, who heads the Reserve and ROTC affairs for the Army, will speak at 9:30 p.m. in the gym nasium, following a concert by the Army field band. Bar Association Holds Spring Outing May 25 The District Bar Association will hold an all-day spring out ing on May 25 at the Congres sional Country Club. Supreme Court justices, all judges In oth er District courts and Govern ment officials will be invited. Golf, tennis, soft ball and horse shoes will be available. There will be a tug of war be tween a team of assistant cor poration counsels and district attorneys and a team of lawyers. BED WETTING STOPPED! • As Racomittemltd By The Gesell Institute of Child Behavior (See Child Behavior Column Wash. Post, March 2 & 3) for further information call ENIIRTONE RE. 7-4696 I DARLINGTON STORE OPEN TILL 9:30 TONIGHT Imported and Domestic 5-Pc. China Place Settings "Rosemont" Imported Noritake China f \ 5-Piece Place Setting... | 1 *4.75 I I | 't- I 1 " I ■•~~ , White body with pink rose center, wide -.. . CU P saucer. Available in open stock, 3rd Floor—Washington; Street Floor—Arlington 1 4§jirc *’ v ■ J i iffiL J *3.99 "Wood Lilly" 5-Pc. Setting, white translucent china with muted tones of brown and grey with green leaves. Open stock. *3.99 Noritake's "Astoria" 5-Pc. Set ting. Thin white china body with border of pink flowers and green leaves. Open stock. 3rd Floor—Washington; Street Floor—Arlington lirMßKvi i|j£|^^^H9H|^Hs9^H£Hßs*^x % fil* x Nothing Down! No Carrying Charge! 95r * ~3jj For a Basic 6-Pc. Place Setting 9 ; " •*;:■ '"^9991 Included, knife, fork, feaspoon, salad fork, but- *tMtk ;"* ter s P re °de r , cream soup spoon. 20 exquisite patterns. ' k. . '• :"•& * \ '' &$§ month tIIYS 50 *• TO w,rt ’’ ;S|| '- v ' KrVH?^each six-piece place setting of sterling you pur- <s 999Ht j&Jfir chase! >lfc«-«*pfiß99 more 6-piece place setting of sterling you pur- 4 M o—Grand Baroque $36.45 4» men pi«j 14% tma Street Floor—Washington and Arlington *3.99 Noritake's "Cordova" 5-Pc. Set ting, white body with green and brown leaves on border, gold edged. Open stock, | n \ / // m v 'JM I *4.95 Noritake's "Adrienne" 5-Pc. Setting with Calla Lilies, green leaves, gold edge line, on the pastel border. Open stock. >. & <4 -vx- % v 1 •> . f' t • -.-x A y- •* 1 *6.98 Royal Jackson's 5-Pc. "Green Ivy" Setting, ivory body with ivy sprays. American made. Add to your settings from open stock. *10.70 American Haviland "Rosalinde" 5-Pc. Setting. Ivory fsody with spray of pink flowers, fern. Add pieces from open stock. *3.99 Lovely "Woodrose" 5-Pc. Setting, ivory body with brown and green foliage, gold edge line. Open stock pattern. *12.75 Syracuse "Carvel" 5-Pc. Setting. Ivory body with blue border, gold trim, scalloped edge. Extra piece* from open stock.