THE EVENING STAR
„ , Washington, D. C.
Monday, picmm n, mw
13 Driver Permits
Are Revoked and
21 Suspended Here
Thirteen drivers licenses were
revoked and 21 suspended during
•Christmas week, the District De
pertinent of Vehicles and Traffic
Three of the revocations were
for driving while drunk. The
were for accumulation of
points assessed against the li
censes for traffic violations.
. Three of the suspensions were ‘
brought about by failure to sat- j
lsfy judgments in court, the de
partment said. The other 18
were suspended under the point
For the month of November,
SO hermits were revoked and 210
suspended. Os these, 281 were
held by men and nine by women.
Thornes E. Swifcerd. 5010 Seventh
piece KW.. Washington, D. C.; Robert
H. Leavell. 1433 Monroe street N.E.; end
£eon Edw. Fletcher. 445 Tennessee ave
Revoked far acrumnlated record es
traße violations totaling 12 penalty
points or more —Charles Wallace. 3747 i
Grant street N.E.: Chae. A. Hogan. :
Naval Gun Factory. D. C.; Benjamin 1
Johnson. 2112 South Nelson street. Ar- :
lington. Virginia: WUIUm Clark. 1420 ;
Duncan street N.E.: Milton W. Ross, 33R I
McLean avenue 8.W.: Leroy Driver. 1270 •
Oates street N.*.: Hayward L. Trammel,
125 W street N.W.: Peter L. Harris.
2007 Wyoming avenue N.W.: Rollin R. '
Buck*. 7015 Sycamore avenue. Takoma
Park, Maryland: and Leslie Edwards, it., \
pIS Twelfth street N.E.
, Suspended for ported notod for at
least eight penalty points— Max Pelts,
•209 Nichols avenue 8 E,. 5 days and I
Trade School; Bycents Miller. 4825 811- 1
ver HID road. 811ver Hill, Maryland. 15 i
lay*: Joseph P. Yasbec. 4915 Taylor i
Street. Bladensburt, Maryland. 15 days;
Harold E. Everett. Bolling Air Force
P«e. D_C.. 15 days; James E. Deal.
1423 Fifty-second avenuet Beaver i
Heights. Maryland. 15 days; Ralph J. 1
Oreene. 1417 Ames place N.E.. 15 days; I
Oroepcr. 1 127 Branch avenue
15 days; George Taylor. 4500 Clay
greet .N.E . 15 days: Peter Kreis. 408 ;
Twelfth street N.W.. 5 days and Traffic !
•ehool; James L. Rogers. Jr., 23pfl Oreen !
15 days; James L. Brockman, i
ma 81xth street N.W., 5 days and i
Traffic School: J. Carl Pope. 2210 P
street NW- 90 days; Briggs 8. Robert.
800 Bvarts street N.E.. 30 days: William >
L. Alexander. 1208 N street N.W.. 10
•ays; Eddie Price. 505 New Jersey ave
58t , N W ’ I®, d “I«: Robert L. Evans.
428 Lurray place N.W.. 30 days; James
A. Smith. 1108 I street 8.E., 15 days;
Cicero M. Jarman. 839 19th street N.E .
® nt " satlsfactlen of Jodr-
WESSL***,. 2 7 10 Tenth street
Ransom o. Early, 3922 Decatur
svenue. Kensington. Maryland; anil
Warren H. Casey, lOOfl 3 street B.E.
ARLINGTON STORE OPEN TONIGHT TILL 9:3Q
. l . ; ,
Tuesday Hours: Washington, 9:30 A.M. to 6 P.M.;
5 Arlington, 10 A.M. to 6 P.M.
Kann’s Washington , Penna. Ave
at Bth St N.W. 24 Hour Phone
Kann’s Arlington, N. Fairfax & Kirkwood Call di. 7-7200
FAMOUS - MAKE
i \l ■ \^Sw|i' J # I sered yet for the price. Nylon tricot |
, \ M« ' y '*** and rayon crepe slips, gowns and petti
| . coats treated to extravagant helpings |
SORRY, NO MAIL. OR PHONE ORDERS;
■, i o
Air Force Survey
Seeks to Determine
Need tor Center
A survey of Air Force reserv
ists in the Washington area is
being made to determine the
need for a new Air Reserve cen
The survey is under the super
; vision of Lt. Col. Thomas E.
'Persinger, commandant of the
i Washington Air Reserve Center,
! now located in the Old Post
j Office Building. Twelfth street
and Pennsylvania avenue N.W.
Individual letters have been sent
Ito all known reservists in the
I District and nearby Virginia and
Maryland. Each reservist has
been asked to comment on the
present reserve training program
and express preference for
courses of training required.
The proposed Air Reserve cen
ter would be part of a nation
wide program of construction
authorized to service the ex
panding needs of reservists. Such
a center for Washington, it was
stated would be located on about
four acres of land and would
contain housing, classroom fa-'
cilities, outside training grounds
and parking space.
Reservists who do not receive
survey forms have been asked
by Col. Persinger to contact the
; Air Reserve Center, Reservists
j who are on extended active duty.
YOU WATCHEP THAT SILLY DbG FOOD
| SHOW LAST NIGHT/NOW IT'S
! TURN TO
Points for Parents By Edyth Thomas Wallace I
Mothers with a good sense of values wta place children’s
pleasure in prolonging Christmas above their adult urge to
get back to normalcy.
Mother—You must both carry
j your Christmas present* to your
own rooms now and put them
away. I want to get this room
straightened up again this
or who are active members of
an organized Air Reserve flying i
wing and have a mobilization
assignment, will not be surveyed.
Spanish Women Get
! Low Tourist Rating
Spanish women were appalled
to learn how they rate with I
, tourists, Madrid reports. In an
, '2SX OFF 511
Pre-Inventory lj if |j |j
December 27 through December 30
COME ONE! COME ALL!
Stare* Closed Dee. 31 for Inventory
dyer BROS., inc. I
Paint and Color Specialists Since 1894
734 13th St. N.W. Dl. 7-1130
1721 N. Fort Myer Drive, Rosslyn, Va. JA. 5-6111
i Mother—You may leave your
gifts around the tree until we
take it down if you wish. I re
member how I liked to play by
our Christmas tree when I was
Institute of Public Opinion poll
on Spain as seen by foreign visi
tors, only three per cent replied,
“The women,” when asked what
was the feature of the country
they liked most.
The figures were: Spanish
character 55 per cent; the wine
20 per cent; the sun 10 per cent,
land women three per cent, and
miscellaneous 12 per cent.
I RALEIGH HABERDASHER, 1310 F ST.
CLEARANCE ZJi'lX Pi
L J resses
67 17.95 to 22.95 misses' and jr. 21 39.95 to $45 jr. and misses'wool
sizes, wools and some royon crepes, costumes and dresses S2B
■5/1 -•-> nr A-ic- i 21 49.95 wools, ravon creoes. velvets
34 22.95 to $25 novelty wools, some . f ... *
with rayon taffeta, some brief sizes, s s *
sl6 24 59.95 to.69.9s'designer originals,
24 29.95 to $35 wool costumes and including Mountain Home,
rayon velvet or crepe dresses sl9 $44 and S4B
* 16 39.95 wool costumes and after- 13 $75 and SBS designer dresses,
noon dresses $22 some Eisenberg Originals $54
two-of-a-kind. Atl sales final. All
items subject to prior sale. Sorry, no • -
mail, phone or C.O.D. orders . HABERDASHER
1310 F St. NA. 8-9540
Kann's Arlington Store Open Tonight Till 9:30
Tuesday Hours, Washington, 9:30 to 6— Arlington, 10 to 6
SALE! Libbey's Open Stock
■ Libbay's "Glenmora"
These lovely glasses will reflect the spirit
1 of hospitality and the season. Available
in cordial, wine, cocktail, pilsner and
water goblet sizes. All gracefully shaped
... all sizes in open stock. Buy matching
H pieces at a low price!
"Laurie" Hand-Blown |C
CUT STEMWARE fgj
Special at 49* - 13 jy
All the needed pieces you want for making 1 I / I 111 k
your New Year’s entertaining easy. Gob- If j 1 I]i A
lets, cocktails, sherbets, pilsners, cordials, \ 'I If fJ Jl v&d
beautifully hand-cut and in most attractive IcJ \f \ V / 11 \ f
shapes. Usually 1.00 each. r~| j | I •
"Laurie" Sham Bottom C U
Hand-Cut Tumblers ot)( 3/
Special at ea * \x/ r— -4
In a popular open stock pattern. Also In- P ](
eluded at this spapial price are highball TV j •
glasses, old fashions, juice glasses and soda I .. n
glasses, to match up into sets. P ll rj
"Libbey" Holiday r
Sham Bottom Stemware ?
Lou Priced at |3 ( a. w I ' a \ J
■ Km I sr»zs=s Ir-Ca
O I \ *‘j—i—t *"j
Use Uiem for fill-ins for holiday serving and , -- Jr. c£f: \ I
for daily use. Water glasses, highball sizes, '" 1 r s* s
old fashions... all with chip-proqf rims. S*— >< S ■jrf
% i ■' ■
■mum m Third Floor—Wothington
9 Stroot Floor—Arlington
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