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NEWS 8 FEATURES WASHINGTON „ J*- and SUBURBS _RES_ 10 CENTS ELSEWHER E =^====i 8, lyur, _____________ HM JW ^^^J^HEICEMOVED OUT. Ending the flood threa™n the Potomac, the bulk of the ice made its exit in orderlv fashion with only ai - -1 jama and6pile-ups as shown in th. view above I Key Bridge. O'SpanZtZTe! A,CLOSE CALL “ when this maJs of*it th th,e worst invade their home oi f /8atened to - above Key Bridge But bank I stopped in time But the crush Star Staff Photo. ■ ■'■■■ . - ■ WE MIGHT HAVE HAD THIS! A consoling thought with the passing of Washington's worst Winter in years. A resident of California’s Sierra Moun tains had to dig himself out of 10 feet Of SnOW. ® Associated Press Photo. —a_ VICTORY MARCH IN ROME. Celebrating Italy’s smashing victory against the Ethiopians in the Tem bien sector, modern Romans mass behind Fascist banners to give vent to their patriotism. ® Associated Press Photo 1 I i ARM-IN-ARM AT BALL, rresiaem ueytuu France escorting Mrs. Jesse Isidor Straus, wife of the American Ambassador, at a charity ball in Pans. Ambassador Straus, just behind. waiks^ Lebrun. ANOTHER BID FOR SPEED REOORD. Capt. ne^Fly^ng CSp|ay. He takes a trial spin on the Pendine Sands of South Wales in @ ^ photo. hopes to set arecord in his Diesel-powered giant. inspection ^tSTra^r are'uoo-to fhip*0""*' Washi^S^™'£»•* "Star Staff Ph?t? v