Newspaper Page Text
_w ^ —- ■■■■■■ . .mf - iThsulatToh Storm Sash, Storm Doors - | RUCKER LUMBER ». I 1320 Wilson Bivd. CH. 0060 L — —. — _ — emfmem — — — — — — — — Rheumatic Pain For quick, delightfully comforting help for aches and pains of Rheumatism, Arthritis, Neuritis, Lumbago, Sciatica, or Neuralgia try Remind. A pleasant tasteless medicine that works through tbs blood. First doss usually •tarts alleviating pain so you can work, en joy life end sleep more comfortably. Oet Remind et druggist today. Taka as directed. Satisfaction or soansy back guaranteed. 2-PIECE SUITE REUPHOLSTERED SCC.II uu mnr it ieatadtms lober aad MateHal 3$ Yeert Experience La Franca Upholsterers 2509 14* St. N.W. Cel. 2311 3,000,000 Germans I Plan Food Strikes ( Starting Tuesday i ty th« A»j©ciat#d Pr«» FRANKFORT, Germany, Jan. 31. 1 —Growing efforts to foment mass i unrest in Western Germany were § reported today as nearly 3,000.000 p German workers planned strikes 1 against food shortages next week. § Three separate 24-hour strikes 1 have been called for Tuesday in huge areas of the British-American g occupation zones. They were ex- 1 pected to largely paralyze indus- 2 ! trial activity. 1 Communist influence in promoting i i these walkouts was generally re- p igarded as small. But increasing 1 left-wing activity was reported by | conservative trade union leaders who are seeking to stem the rising p tide of protests against the food 1 crisis. COMINO TO \PHIIADELPHIA YOU'U tad The Barclay eery meet to year liking, if yon like the ben. Cen trally located on llaaidel JUneahoosr Square. Superb CUaslee. Every modern hefl ity (or comfort. Korea from $5 Single and ft Double. jjagdas ----y Institntlonal treatment of only several days is rennired to elimi nate the craving and desire and also to create an aversion to Alcohol in all Its forms. Controlled. Oeerated and Seeer vised by Licensed Physicians. Write or call tor free booklet Phone Day or Night—CO. 4754 Greenhill Institute 3145 16th St. N.W.wftH Replace Your WARM-AIR FURNACE NOW! <Ti-?frExtra Heavy ijg) ^Welded Steel "“re^SnTI Furnace M 20” Firepot .. ONLY □ " «P.O.B. Warehouse ¥ J Other Sizes >i in Proportion McCREA EQUIPMENT COe 516 2nd St. N.W. Washington 1. D. C. Phone REpublic 3424 | German labor sources in Hamburg said they noted greater pressure by § communists and left-wing socialists g for a general strike throughout the 4 entire heavily industrial British M zone with its 23,000,000 population. 1 Urged by Rank and File. Trade union leaders there said g they had been pushed into calling | strikes by the rank and.file. A split in trade union circles 1 was illustrated by the situation at | industrial Hannover. There shop | stewards demanded a strike to last § until all demands were met. Con- | servative union officials modified I that to a 24-hour walkout on Tues- 1 day affecting about 150,000 workers. | More than 1,500,000 British zone | white collar workers will walk off g their jobs for 24 hours on Tuesday I and demand heavy worker ration I cards for office employes. Upward of 1,000,000 workers of all 1 types will take part in a general 1 work stoppage Tuesday throughout I: the American zone state of Wuert- || temberg-Baden. Transportation to Halt. Railroads, street cars and indus- g I trial plants will halt in big cities g like Stuttgart, Karlsruhe and Ulm. 1 Last week more than 1,000,000 g workers struck for 24 hours in p Bavaria, largest state in the Ameri- 1 can zone. Hesse, only one of the three || largest American states to avert a general walkout so far, began to feel f| left-wing pressure, reports said. g Hessian trade union officials de- g cided not to strike until the local g government had been given a chance g to remedy food shortages. Today j| the officials said pressure was in- g creasing for a general walkout. 1; The threat of a walkout of 3,000,- || 000 workers in the Ruhr-Rhineland g vanished as union leaders postponed g any strike action until they received g a hearing on demands that 1,000,000 g | tons of Ruhr coal should be ex- g ! changed for food from Switzerland, % Belgium and Denmark. Papertroopers Collect! 11 Tons During Week! Despite icy street* and frosty i weather, Washington’s Papertroop- f ers last week brought in more than 1 22.000 pounds of paper. This figure i does not include those in the Friday I collection as returns are incomplete, p Retainn-l its lead among the 1 schools in The Evening Star-PTA 1 paper salvage campaign, Takoma I Park has a total of 89,580 pounds, i Congress Height* with 77,483 pounds i and Buchanan with 73,093 pounds 1 rank in second and third place. Individual weight totals of all the || schools follow: Stanton, 61,830; f| Woodridge, 58,353; H. D. Cooke, 56,- 1 867; Stoddert, 55,302; Kimball, 48,- I 485; Shepherd, 46,828; Lafayette, H 45,826; Randle Highlands, 39,742; p Beers, 39,558; Bancroft, 37.988: g;i Hearst, 35,037; Barnard, 34,174; ip West, 32,400; Whittier, 31,627; |§ Murch, 27,905; Bryan, 27,580; Jeffer- § son, 27,341; Raymond, 23.968; Keene, || 23,925; Rudolph, 23,816; Burroughs, i$ 121.831: Randall. 21,327; Davis, 18,- i !860; Emery, 18,200; Benning, 16,857; 1 Mann, 16,666; Maury, 16,440; Orr, I 16,227; Thomson, 16,108; Mott, 16,- § 001; Park View, 15,959; Sherwood i El., 15,260; Wallach, 14.200; Lang- 1 don, 14,051; Eckington, 12,742; § Blair, 12,296; Bladensburg, 12,164; § Brightwood, 12,119; Adams, 12,092; || Seaton, 11,449; Edmonds, 11,187; 1 ! Giddings, 10,879; Bradley El., 10,635. § Also Ketcham, 10,244; Bunker i Hill, 10,170; Smothers, 9,685; Burr- p ville, 8,789; Ludlow, 8.312; West- I brook, 7,975: Neval Thomas, 7,930; §; Hardy, 7,755; Stevens, 6,861; Gage, 6,708: Morse, 6,363; St. Thomas, 6,- 1 322; Montrose, 5,370; Merritt) 5,200; If Hayes, 4.882; W. B. Powell, 4.567; i Sumner-Magruder, 4,128; Madison. |; 4.068; Banneker, 3,660; Pinecrest, 3,- § 390; Glenmont, 2,844; Key, 2,497; I Kenilworth, 2,391; H. Wilson, 2,117; | Wheatley, 1.850; E. Silver Spring. I§ 1.200; Gwynn Park, 850; Phillips, I 610; Washington, 300. 1 WANTED 10,000 NEW CHARGE ACCOUNTS! Open Yours by Phone NAtional 4554 LEE HATS for MEN Presents DREW PEARSON Station WMAL Y06u3r°dTal SUNDAY—6:00 P.M. FREDERICK’S Men's Wear Stores 1435 H St. N.W. 701 H St. N.E. ^^^^RrvlhSt^re^DDen^aturdaj^^^ ALL-ALUMINUM Koolvents ore designed for all-season service. They pro teet against wintry blasts . . . provide air-cooltd comfort in summer. They’re |s economical, too! The first cost is the only cost. Your choice of beautiful I| color combinations. Get complete details NOW! Mail Coupon for Further Detail* |i I Tan Mwrasrf.m I I KOOLVENT ALUMINUM AWNING CO. OF VIRGINIA 1 | | 1120 19th St. N.W, RE. 1968 I | § Street.-.-. City... 1 1 s-s-i i 1 BRUCE "DOOZIT' Saves You Hard Work! 189 Steel wool pod that cleans and polishes wood and linoleum floors easily, quickly. Linoleum Seal protects floors, qt., 1.47; gal., 5.75. See Door it demon strated. BLUKO CLEANER See it Demonstrated! .... 150 Truly an all-purpose cleaner! Use it on clothing, upholstery, draperies, rugs, furni ture, Venetian blinds. Bluko can't burn or ex plode, it's kind to your hands! Vi gal., $1. LAUNDRY CART ^ Lightweight, Collapsible 795 So easy to open and close, bas ket locks in po s i t i o n. Has metal wheels with rubber tires, muslin elastic-top liner. Lightweight t o handle, folds to 2V2^ inches thick. R u s t proof! MINUTE-MOP of Dupont cellulose sponge with drainer included; no stoop ing needed; see it demon strated _1.95 STEP-ON CAN, white enamel finish with galvan ized inner pail; large step treadle opens lid with foot. Regularly 3.95-2.49 SCALI-O-MATIC pressure cooker by During; indicator attached to cooker. Cast aluminum, 43A qts. Orig inally 13.95_9.95 FRENCH FRYER ... Mirro aluminum; handy 3-quart saucepan with heavy, pressed aluminum basket; no mesh to break. 1.75 COOKIE PRESS .. Mirro aluminum; makes 12 fancy shapes of cookies; so easy to use; fun, too! Instruc tion book included. 2.50 A, REFRIGERATOR PAN ... white enameled metal, block trim; keeps vegeta bles fresh; use, too, as baking pan-1.95 CAST IRON SKILLET... Wogner wore. No. 3 for 2 eggs, 80«; No. 6 for bocon and eggs, 1.25; No. 8 steak size - -1.15 KITCHEN STOOL with back; sturdy metal with rubber cushions on legs to protect floor, curved seat, flower design-2.49 UNFINISHED CREDENZA ... smooth sanded, ready 1 to paint or stain; 3-shelf style, large size, 44"x 33 Vi "xl 9 Vi" -9.95 OCCASIONAL CHAIR . . . unpointed, reody to finish, paint or lacquer. Natural twist oak, strong woven seat -2.69 ASH CAN with cover... heavy galvanized ware, hot-dipped; has handles for easy carrying; can be used for trash can. . 3.49 UNDERGROUND garbage can of heavy steel with galvanized inset pail, step on type; more sanitary garbage-keeping-7.50 IRONING BOARD with, aluminum fail top that re flects heat; cuts ironing time; sturdy, well-braced. Regularly 3.95_2.98 SPERTI SUNLAMP ... with the healthful benefits of natural sunshine; portable style that's easy to use. Originally 37.50 .-19.95 ELECTRIC HEATER by Market; fan type that dis tributes heat evenly, quick ly; off-on switch; has han dle for carrying-11.95 X __ HEATING PAD, electric, Manning Bowman. Has chenille cover, zip closing, washable. Selector switch, 4 heats_8.95 VJ/ BATH HAMPER . . , wov en fiber, white with block, peoch, blue, ivory, orchid or green plastic top, 4,95 DROP-SHELF TABLE that gives you more room. Ready to attach to any wall. Linen-like Formica burnproof top-19.95 ROCKING CHAIR ... un painted, reody for you to finish . . . point, stain or lacquer. Natural - finish oak with woven seat, 3.29 GARBAGE CAN with cover that fits tightly; boil han dle makes it easy to carry. Long-wearing galvanized ware; 10-gai. size - -2.49 WEATHER STRIPPING... plastic weather-pock seal ing strip. One package will seol, weather-strip 5 aver age windows-1.25 LANSBURGH S—Houseware*—Sixth Floor 4 I Sewing Machine Covers | ■ 279 Blossom prints on cretonne . . . what cheerier way to cover your treadle sewing machine! Well-tailored, bound edges for contrast and strength. Coll NA. 9800 for sewing machine repair service. ILANSBURGH’S—Sewing Machinei Third Floor Blankets Specially Priced! Yours in 4 Luscious Colors 595 Wonder value for your budget! Smooth and warm j and thick-piled . . . loomed by one of the Nation's || foremost blanket makers. 25% wool, 50% rayon, 25% cotton. Choose rose, blue, green or cedar . . . bound in matching rayon satin. Very special at 5.95 . . .at such a tiny price you'll want more than one! Order by mail or telephone NAtional 9800 LANSBURGH'S—Bedwear— Third Floor j LANSBURGHS - 7th, 8th and E STREETS N.W., WASHINgTONjMXC. - / \ < / i.