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THE SUNDAY STAR
Washington, D. C., Norember 25, 1962
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The Christmas Store time! 54 exquisite pieces you
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DIAMONDS
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REPRESENTATIVE PIECES FROM THIS TREMENDOUS
COLLECTION AT ALL S HECHT CO. STORES
•All prices plus tax. All items subject to prior sale.
1. One eerst solitaire * 29» 30 Twin round with bacuettes. total weitht over 3
2. IMI carat solitaire a .W 31 diamond tnd ,» PP hire. batuettes. platinum.
3 I*4 carat solitaire S 3155 3V< carats total weight St ano
4. 1% carat solitaire . ... ... * 425 30 Twin pear shape with baguettes, total weight over
B. IV, carat solitaire * 415 2 carats »1700
6. IS earat solitaire,. » 375 33 Square cut rubies with diamonds S 270
7.1 H earat solitaire a BSS 34. Genuine amethyst at 814 carats. 20 diamonds.
8 2 carats solitaire » 5f»5 platinum a 410
0 244 carat solitaire ._ . a 875 35 Marquise and rounds, fancy ring S 575
10 254 carat solitaire "' '” I 745 :,H Oenuine ruby an<l diamond cocktail ring a ISO
11 2% carat solitaire ZAAAZI.ZI 111 LIZA $1375 37 Genuine ruby and diamond cocktail ring $ 175
12' 4»« carat solitaire .... A. SISOO 33 Wedding ring, baguettes and round diamondsS 205
13. Emerald cut. 344 carats total weight, platinum $3900 39 6< i ulr e cut sapphire and diamonds $ 300
14 Center stone. 1.60 carats with baguettes sllsO 40 Diamond cocktail ring . $ 83
• 15 Center stone, 2*4 carats, with baguettes .. SI3OO 41 to u“ n »“glH ,g % “Jra*”' 1 r ° Un<l ’ tOnM ' 21 dl * mon< ”' , 30fl
16. Center stone. 144 carats, with baguettes $llOO 4 „ tj car , t dl , mond dlnt ' ’
17. Pear shape, marquise and round diamond pendant, ... n i._, r , x,...!., .
total weight 344 carats S2IOO 43 Diamond watch and bracelet ... $ 600
18. Platinum with baguettes $1550 44 SUr of triangular shaped diamonds $ 786
19. Emerald cut with baguettes, total weight *4 carat sll9 45 tota?°wei«h r t SCelet ' 82 diamonds. B'4 carats
. , 20. Emerald cut with baguettes, total weight 1 carat $ 299 . r) ,,_„ nH u,.-.!., ■>, , ... *’
», —. .... o« .i.k stunn 43 Diamond bracelet and watch. 34 diamonds, total
21. Center stone. 2’4 carsts with baguettes sixoii weight s < carat S 2AO
22. Large perfect emerald cut with baguettes SSIOO 47 platinum spray pin 67 diamonds, total weight 3H
23. On# carat pear shape with batuettts * .5.50 carats Si 150
24. 1411 aarat pear shape with basuettes S2IOO 4* Pin. 79 diamonds, total weifht 3 carats 51595
2ft. carat, pear shape with baruettes >2700 49. Diamond pin. 128 diamonds, total weight 2 carats S 995
2ft. Msrquise wKh baguettes SIBOO 50. Four diamond pin S 72
- 52700 61. Diamond pin. 67 diamonds, total weight 3.86
28. Deme shape .34 diamonds exevisfte style S ft7ft Platinum SHAO
29. Magnificent 20 baguettes. 7 round diamonds, plati- Pearl and diamond earrings. 62 diamonds S 500
num. total weight 2*4 carats 81395 6.3 Heart pin, 21 diamonds s 250
KENNEDY I
Military Chiefs Going
On Presidential Tour
Continued From Page A-l
he is expected about 8 p.m
Monday.
Mr. Hatcher said the Presi
dent is making the trip to “pay
a personal call to the officers
and men alerted during the re
cent Cuban crisis.”
“Many of these units will be
returning to their home bases
during the coming days,” he
said.
Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor,
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs
of Staff, and all the chiefs of
the uniformed services will join
the President for the round of
visits.
Gen. Taylor, Admiral Denni
son and the chiefs of the va
rious services are making the
Kennedy Skips
Football Gets
Medical Checkup
HYANNIS PORT, Mass., Nov. i
24 <AP>.—President Kennedy,
who passed up attendace at a
football game at his old alma
mater, Harvard, because of
threatening weather today had
a visit from one of his doctors
instead.
Dr. Hans of New York, who
visited the President at the
White House to check on his
ailing back and to supervise,
therapy and exercise routines,
flew up from New York, spent
an hour with the President and
then Dew hbme,
Andrew T. Hatcher, assist
ant White House press secre
tary. said the visit had no con
nection with the President's
decision to skip the Harvard-
Yale game.
He said that since the Presi
dent decided not to go to the
game. Dr. Kraus was asked to
come to Cape Cod for a rou
tine checkup.
Cuban TV Slates
Talk by Mikoyan
KEY WEST, Fla.. Nov. 24
<AP>.—Havana Radio said to
night Soviet First Deputy Pre
mier Anastas Mikoyan would j
bid farewell to the Cuban peo
ple tomorrow.
The announcement did not
say just when Mr. Mikoyan:
planned to leave. The broad-1
cast heard here said he would
make his farewell appearance
on television at 8 p.m.
Mr. Mikoyan arrived in Ha
vana November 2, shortly after
Russia decided to pull its mis
siles out of Cuba, on what was
believed to be a fence-mending
mission.
There has been no explana
tion for the prolonged length
of his stay or official an
nouncement on his discussions
with Prime Minister Fidel
Castro and other Cuban
leaders.
Mr. Mikoyan‘yesterday vis-,
ited easternmost Oriente Prov
ince and was greeted by Cuban
Vice Prime Minister Raul
Castro.
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entire trip with the President,
starting Out from Washington,;
Mr. Hatcher said.
At the first visit at Fort
Stewart, the President is to in
spect the troops and see a dem
onstration of armored units.
At Homestead the President
will be met by all the generals
in charge of the Cuban opera-;
tions. With them he will see a
demonstration by Air Force,
Navy and Marine Corps units,
will inspect Strategic Air Com
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see a combat crew ready room
and talk with pilots of high
altitude planes.
At Key West the President
will visit the joint air defense
center facilities and viewadis
; play of weapons and other
equipment.
He will drive through Key
West to see the Army’s Hawk
■ missile batteries and will in
spect billets of troops assem
bled there.
i He will inspect the naval
i base en route to the Boca Chica
field to reboard his plane.
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