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• THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C.
nonuAt. biowki so. ism
Topics of Sabbath
Sermons Announced
For Tomorrow
Sermon topics for Sabbath
services in Washington area
synagogues and temples tomor
row were announced today.
Rabbi Arthur Talmadge will
deliver a sermon "On New Year’s
Eve—Prospect and Retrospect”
during tomorrow’s sabbath eve
services of Congregation Har
Tzeon.
The services at the synagogue,
12207 Georgia avenue. Silver
Spring, Md., will start at t pm.
Congregation Shomrai Emu
nah, 6417 Kansas avenue NJE.,
Will conduct its services at 4:30
pm. In addition the congrega
tion announced the start of daily
morning services at 6:30 am. in
the Chillum Castle, Riggs and
Chillum roads, Chillum. Md.
Other services tomorrow, at
6:30 pm. unless otherwise speci
fied, are:
WuklMtM Hebrew Cencreestlen.
Meefschuietti avenue end Macomb
etreet N.W.—Dr. Hugo B. B«hiff. assist
ant rabbi, on "The Glory of American
Judaism."
B'aaJ Israel Centreeatiea. Sixteenth
and Crittenden streets NW.— Rabbi
aga»i£ ,, Wi
.J:^T.£rJ. , sr. , *w% && JSi
services at 1401 Buelid street j? w
Rabbi Harry Stlverstone. es Ttfereth
Israel Conaretation will conduct an
open forum _
Tew el* Sinai. 1835 Jefferson place
N.W —Joshua Kgelson will conduct the
aervlcei.
Temple EaMnael, 9410 Georgia ave
nue. Silver Sprint, Md.. will hold its
services In St. Paul's Methodist Church.
Orubb road and Colston drive, one block
aouth of East-West hiahway
Afadas Aehhn Centresstlon. 1400 Rus
sell road. Alexandria. Va.—Rabbi Harry
Z Sky. on "1054 the Senior Speaks to
1955 the Junior." at 8:18 p.m. ,
Lsnslev Hebrew Concrexatlaa, 8311
save 1 /4 or more on remnants 1
Many at Reductions of 'A or Mora. Remnant Day Merchandise, on Sato Friday Morning at 9:30, is not returnable or exchangeable, 11
not sent C.O.D. or on approval; mail or phoae orders not accepted. Some era soiled, marred, damaged, or otherwise imperfect. p
nylon hose v millinery |unier apparel uve Vt er mere infenh’ wear boys’ clothing Christmas decorations
© ..| u « fin 60 black velour hats, assorted styles. 45 coots/flecces, suedes and all wool. OR SpOllSWear 2 00 blouses, dfossos and reyoniriaot 114 cotton knit briefs. Reinforced flt 50% IBVingS
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regularly 89c to 110 32 velvet jiot. in brown black nqvy, now 5.00 Cottons and royon*. So!ids prints ond soo „. flrte j if (10 end 12), largo (14 ond 16). erotions from the 'Trlm-A-Treo
pink ond light green. Wore 6.99 to polko dots. Were 8.99 to 10.99, now 000 assorted irregular creepers. If, Were 59e Now 19c Shea" new located el the hat har
300 poire es nylon hose, sons, snogged ? 99, now -. _. _ - 1.79 20 suit, in rayon suiting, fully lined. 2.79 perfect 1.99. Ware 59*. New - 19. ** sTre MiHi^ry
from handling. Many constructions 72 felt, velvet ond iereoy hats in Were 19.95, now 3.00 43 sweaters. All-wool bulky knit, 160 irregular dieper eats in assorted *'7 athletic shirts, white cotton in
end shades. All sines. ossorted styles end colors. Were 3.99 40 lu j ti rovons anc j woo u fitted ond cardigan styles. Short sleeves. White, and color*. Were 2.99, now medium ond large. Were 59c. Now,
Down Stair* Store, Hosiery to 5.99, now 1.19 tox> w .ro 19.9 5 't0 29.95, block o, navy, W.r. 12.95, now J.OO . [*„„ Stolrl S tot., Infant, men’s lamOUS-mske
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misses uresses -.1.1.1 a Miami Were 8.95, now 3.00 Down Stairs Store, Sportsweor CIHIOrBII S SIIOCS terns. Broken sixes 6to 20. Were - , * |.OO
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regularly 10.00 4 Ind‘SJnS 4 woy to 22.95,V0w Inexpensive dresses ts perfect SJO to 7.95 Z 61 double-knee dungarees, Sonfor- if perfect 69 C to 79 C
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50 dresses in varied fabrics, dressy 150 pieces including sweaters dresses Juniors ond Teen Age Apparel dren end mimes. Factory irregulars. 3? «uede-frent vest*, knit »tylgg, COijdr »trip«g in
ond casual styles.' Sizes 12 to 20. ,?. ® . toffetc half- ’ Bamberg prints end cottons. 50 pain of growing girls oboes. backs. Blue or ten. Sixes 6to 14. *!*• 30 42.
Were 14.95, now , 7.00 slips b Were K 99 to
Down Stairs Store, Misses' Dresses * wrtlw . #r WOlHtll *.«•** SHOeS 15 maternity Jack*, and suits. Cot- Regulorly 6.50 to 6.95 2.M
300 pieces at girl* sportsweor. ton or rayon. Sizes 12 to 18. Were Down Stairs Store, Children s Shoes 18 nil-wool tleevelem sweeten in
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slips. Were 2.99 to 10.99, now 1.88 stock. Several stylet. Rosebud prints . ~" , 4 Q 75 etroplee* white cotton end rayon bowls, bread and butter plates, plot* pairs ski paiamas, irregulars in fast drvinn, no iron ng. Broken sises.
480 nylon end rayon briefs. Were ond solid eolers. Short and long open dosed beck. Sizes 4to „ tin contour bros. Were 3,50 to tors end ether items. ' fS* VVi Were 39 5 to 5.00, now 2.|»,
69c to 1.99. now.. 38c sleeves. Sizes 32 to 38. Were 3.99 ond 4.99, new 1.99 5 . 00 .-..2,49 Down Stairs Store, Housewarei, f 6to 1 8. If perfect, 2.99. Now 1.19 2 for 5.00
Down Stairs Store, Underwear Down Stairs Store, Women's Blouses Down Stairs Store, Women's Shoes Down Stairs Store, Corsets ond Bros North Building Down Boys' Apparel Down Stairs Store, Men's Furnishings
these exceptional values... not remnants—on sale Friday at 9:30
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2 for leOQ 300 irregular blouses from fomous-namg manufacturer. 400 Ist quality handkerchiefs. Prints and solids embroidery and knitting set*, future men and
1,200 peir seconds of famous-make nylon hos«. SSWiJ’tEL* Si OTT *" UMt ' p,in " Down Stair, Store. Neckwear ~ . . f .. f .
51 and 60 gauge sheen. New winter shades. Sises •"* wh,te - S, * e * 32 te 38. 30 26 dolls with blue ond white taffeta dresses and
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Down Stairs*Stor., Hosiery *OOIOO S gIOVSS i Down S-ni., 5..,. Inl.nt.
* misses’and women’s dresses </ perfect 2m <« 3M T“ save 33% io 46% on hat boxes
. * . COc . , 7.00 Double woven c often or nybn gloves in dilcontinued AQQ AOO
costume jSWSIry OH* 2 for t« 00 regularly 10.99 to 14,95 I Styles. Sizes 6Vi to 7’/2. White, brown end a few colors. regularly 5.99 to 12.95 so y W
, . . . . Down Stairs Store, Gloves f
Large selection of pins, nocklocos, earrings and brace- Fabulous selection as acetates, reyen crepe*' w,n *« r | - • samples, close-outs ond slight imperfections
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re g «l«r,y 39.95 to 4SM Z 5’ W tSTZL.
corsets and bras radnead un m 200 misses' trans-season coats, full length, fitted and
100 Whirl-*., firdlei, no roll top. Whit, nylon front ‘ 400 »-H .tyto. rtoc., tw«d. Old «tol». Sl«. men’s famOIS-make
and back panel. Cross boned front. 16” and 18 retularlv 300 •Liu. if ff| _..
lengths. Were 7.95, now .. - 5.95 100 box suits, all wool and fully lined. Were 15.95, •f*onS SIUnS |*v9 a s*®®
100 Whirl-Eze girdles, white figured cotton front and 200 irregulars ond discontinued styles in rayon faille, now ______ 13.95 if perfect 3.95 to 5.00 9 * w *
back panel. Action free crossed elastic for hip freedom. velvet ond simulated leother. Pouches, satchels and .. . •. H l.;. j nlntinum Wn # woshoblp Inna <!«.<> < nn rf<
16" and 18" Snaths Were 895 now ... 6.95 dutches. Black, brown, rod or ton. Please odd 10% 15 olpaco pile coots. Honey beige and platinum. Temp- wosnoble long-sleeve sports shirts
r -*u i *. u l * i \a j mnn Fodorel Tnx. resist© lined. One button, roll collar and adjustable • oil fomous mokes in ginghams, royon gabardines,
Same garment with Iqstex back panel. Were 10.0) “ V sleeves. Sizes 10 to 16. Were 55.00, now j_____3s.oo royon or acetates. 7 1
now 7 * fs Down Sfoira Stora, MoisdbOflS Down Stairs Store, Misses Coats and Suits • Small t# extro-lorae
200 Ploy-tox girdles, fab lined in small, medium or large. « _
nnw 3.99 . . . . . Sonforlxed cotton dress shuts in sizes 14, 14Vi, 15,J 6,
•oo p«t.r v-an bra,"in whitVcotton. Regular and plunging woman s eashmero sweaters Irregulars of famous-make ievi,l7 w«, 12.95 .0 5.00, «* —.1.69,3 ».,s.oo
nwklines. Were 3.0 Q, now 2.39 A OO .~J -:n
Down Stoirs Store, Corsets end Bros regularly 17.95 to 22.95 Q* .. ™ #
1 Irregulars of leng-slatve cardigans ond putl-overs. 72x108 * , n M sms’s fanoas-meke pajamas
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regularly 9.95 and 10.95 V - * 777*T "T. . Z ~7' ~ 180 CIUM DDfCIIfS regularly mow • first auolity ond soloct irregulars
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low hoolA Black only. Sines 4to 10. green-Ar red. Ist quality or irsegulars. Were 5.99, . w 4M sixes Ato D p
Down StaiTstara, Womans Sheas now _3-«. 1 3.99 Stfrry, HO IHOII Os pllOfte OrdfrS * Down Stoirs Store, Man’s FudWkhings
Down Stoirs Store, Sportswear Down Stairs Store, Linens ond Bedding, North Building »■
Whistle Shut Off
After SO Years on
Job in Martinsburg
MARTINSBURG. W. Va., Dec.
30.—The stocking company
stesun whistle, which has roused
thousands of persons here for
more than half a century and
provided a time guide for their
clocks, has been stilled.
'The management today an
nounced discontinuance of the
signals for changing shifts be
cause, it said, it had apparently
exhausted its usefuiness and
some people objected to it.
The notice said;
“You may wonder why the
whistle did not blow this morn
ing.
, "Over the years practices
change. The whistle has become
of less and less importance in
marking the beginning and end
of shifts. It is a disturbing noise
to the people living in the vicin
ity of the mill. For these reasons
we have decided to try doing
without it. If there is a definite
need for such a signal, we may
extend the use of bells at the
entrances and in the depart
ments.”
Old Btadensbur* rood. Silver Spring, Md.
Herbert Horowlu. on "For Stretches the
Horizon” at S p.m.
Beth El Referee Cenxrecstien. SUfl
North Washington street. Alexandria. Va.
—Rabbi Emmet A. Frank will conduct
the services.
Congregation Beth El of Montgomery
County. 8215 Old Georgetown road,
Bethesda—Harlan Hurwltz will conduct
the service.
Montgomery County Jewish Commu
nity. ‘JPttl East-West highway. Chevy
Chase, Md.—Rabbi Tzvi H. Perath, on
"In Lieu of a Sermon."
Thousands to Greet New Year
At Watch-Night Services
Thousands of Washington res
idents and visitors will hail the
coming year at New Year's eve
watch-night services tomorrow
in churches at the District area
Dr. E. Stanley Jones, noted
missionary and author, will
speak at the il p.m. service in
Calvary Methodist Church. 1459
Columbia road N.W. The wor
ship will be preceded by a pro
gram of colored slides Dr. Rob
ert H. Bogue, of the National
Bureau of Standards, took dur
ing a recent trip to Switzerland
and Italy. This program will
start at 6 p.m., and will be
followed by a fellowsnip hour
at 10:15 p.m.
Mount Vernon Place Metho
dist Church, 900 Massachusetts
avenue N.W., has been chosen
as one of the Methodist churches
throughout the Nation to hold
a 24-hour "Prayer for Peace
Vigil.” starting at 6 p.m. to
morrow and continuing until 6
pm. Saturday. Members of the
church will be praying in the
chapel continuously through the
24-hour period.
Dr. Dale Crowley, local radio
evangelist, in co-operation with
the Northern Virginia Youth for
Christ group, will conduct a
watch-night service from 11 pm.
to 1 am. over Station WEAM
tomorrow.
The following are among the
churches to hold watch-night
services New Year’s eve:
First Baptist, in the Church
of the Holy City, 1611 Sixteenth
street N.W. Dr. Edward Hughes
Pruden will conduct the candle
light communion service. 11 p.m.
Chevy Chase Baptist, 5671
Western avenue N.W. Dr. Edward
O. Clark will officiate at a con
secration service. 11 pm.
Congress Heights Baptist,
Esther and Brothers places S-E.
The watch-night service will
start at 9 pm.
Fountain Memorial Baptist.
2214 Naylor road SJE. Fellowship
hour will start at 9 pm., with
the service at 11 pm-
First Cengregatioiial, Tenth
and G streets N.W.—Dr Carl
Heath Kopf on "Begin Again”
at the 11:30 pm. service.
St. John’s Episcopal. Lafay
ette square—Watch night serv
ice at 11:30 p.m.
Christ Episcopal, 620 G street
S.E.—Holy communion service
at 11:30 p.m. New Year’s Day
holy communkm service at 10
am.
Luther Place Memorial, Thom
as circle—Dr. Walter B. Freed
on “Holding Hands with God”
at traditional watch night serv
ice. 11 pm. ’
Augustana Lutheran, V street
and New Hampshire avenue N.W.
The moving picture “To Every
Creature” will be shown at the
9 pm. worship. The Rev. Clar
ence T. Nelson will speak at the
11:15 pm. St. Sylvester commun
ion service.
Faith Lutheran, Arlington Va.
—New Year’s eve. vesper service
at 8 p.m.
Trinity Lutheran-Mount Rain
ier, Thirtieth street and Bunker
Hill road, Mount Rainier, Md.—
The Rev. W. H. Kohn will con
duct the services at 8 p.m.
Bethany Lutheran, Groveton,
Va.—The Rev. John Graudin on
“God’s Promises and Our Proa- [
ises” at 8 pm.
Bethlehem, 1610 T street SR.—
Vicar Donald Prooge will preach
at 8 pm. t
Falls Church (Va.) Lutheran—
The Rev Gerald E. Kuhn will]
preach at 8 pm.
Our Savior Lutheran, Arling
ton—The Rev. Paul M. Kavaacb ;
will preach at • pm. holy com
munion service.
First Trinity, Fourth and E
streets N.W.—The Rev. H. B.
Roepe will speak at 8 pm. holy,
communion service.
Pilgrim, Westgato, Md.—The;
Rev. Enno K- Lohrmsnn wifi
speak at 8 pm. ' j
Greenbelt (M 4.) Lutheran— I
The Rev. Edward Birner will s
speak at 8 pm. holy communion
service.
Immanuel Lutheran, Alex-
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f andria, Va.—The Rev. Willner D.
! Mensing will speak at 8 pm.
Asceiuien Lutheran, Landover
Hills, Md.—The Rev# Henry C.
I Sehroeder on “Abide Qh Dearest
Jesus” at 8 pm. I
Christ Lutheran,
and Gallatin streets it.W.—The
Rev.. William Bruening will
preach at thf 8:15 pm. holy
communion service.
Calvary Lutheran, Silver
Spring—The Rev. wqfter H.
Moeller will preach at i gun.
Meant Olivet, 1308 Vermont
avenue N.W—The Rev. William
Schiebei will conduct at U:45
p.m. service. , =
Foundry Methodist, Sixteenth
l and P streets N.W.—The‘tradi
[ tional watch-night service will
be held at U:l3 pm. Dr, Fred
erick Brown Harris is paator.
Lewis Memorial Methodist,
Fourth and Hamilton streets
N.W.—A candlelight silent com
munion service at 8:15 pm.
Marvin Memorial Methodist,
Silver Spring—New Year’s eve
program will start at 7:30 pm.
with a moving picture. “The En
chanted Forest.” The Rev.
Franklin Paul Harris will give
the meditation at the 11:16 pm.
service.
Bethesda (Mi.) Methodist—A
family night service will be held
starting at I pm. The- Rev.
Marion S. Michael will conduct
the devotional service at 11:80
pm.
Arlington (Va.) Moibodist—
After-Christmas
COAT
CLEARANCE
Through Doc, 31st Only
Entire Stock
REDUCED 331/3%
Do your own prico cutting . , .
Deduct V 3 from Regular Price
All Sales Cmah and Final
Site
716 11th St. N.W., Bit. 6 and H Sts., RE. 7-9732
Wt Slenderise the Larger Woman
The Rev. Harry Warden Back
hus. 111. will deliver the message
at 11 p.m.
Graham Read Methodist. Fails
Church—The Rev. Walter S.
Green on “Someone on the Road
Ahead" at the U pm. service.
/ First Naaarene Church, Six
teenth and Webster streets N.W.
—The Rev. William C. AUahouse
will speak at the 10:30 pm.
service.
Green Valley Presbyterian,
5090 Dixon street S.E.—A candle
light worship at 11 pm., with
the Rev. Robert E. Hook. Lu
theran minister, bringing the
message.

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