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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, April 01, 1948, Image 27

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20 Bands to Feature
Army Day Parade
Here Next Tuesday
Stands were being erected today
Mi Constitution avenue for the big
Army Day parade Tuesday which
will feature 30 bands and various
military units as well as contingents
of WACs, WAVES and high school
cadets.
President Truman and the Na
tion's top military leaders are sched
uled to review the parade.
The Marine, Navy, Army and Air
Force Bands, along with ROTC
bands from nearby universities, high
school cadet units, the Legion Drum
and Bugle Corps and the national
champion band from Booker T.
Washington High School, Norfolk,
Va., will participate.
Washington's own 3d Infantry
Regiment will make its initial ap
pearance after its activation a few
hours before the parade.
Tha District National Guard, led
by Brig. Gen. Albert L. Cox, will
comprise a complete section and for
the first time since 1941 reserve
units will be in line with the 30
units representated. The ROTC
units from the University of Mary
land, Georgetown and Howard Uni
versities and St. John's College will
be in the march.
At 1:30 p.m. the parade will pass
the east front of the Capitol, tum
west on Constitution avenue and
pass the reviewing stand at about 2
p.m.
Maj. Gen. Hobart R. Gay, com
manding the Military District of
Washington, will be the grand mar
shal.
Tickets for the seats along Con
stitution avenue are on sale at the
headquarters of the Military Order
of the World Wars, 1700 I street
N.W., and at the Fairway Sport
Shop, 1328 G street N.W.
10% Raise Authorized
For Plymouth Apartments
A rent Increase averaging nearly
10 per cent will go into effect on
April 10 for 53 units at the Plymouth
Apartment House, 1236 Eleventh
street N.W., unless landlord or ten
ants appeal a decision of the District
rent control administrator’s office in
the meantime.
The American Realty Co., owner
of the building, had sought an an
nual rent increase amounting to
$4,317—about 14.5 per cent.
Rents for the apartments have
ranged from $31 to $65 a month.
Under the approved increase, they
would range from $34 to $71.50.
Examiner William H. Clarke handled
the case.
Crop Increase Urged
By Indian Minister
•y tha Aueciatad Pratt
NEW DELHI.—“It is a shame that
India, where 75 per cent of her
325,000,000 people are agriculturists,
could not produce sufficient to meet
her needs,” says Industry and Sup
ply Minister Dr. Shyamaprasad
Mookherjee.
Even to meet the present low
standard of nutrition, Dr. Mook
herjee says, India is importing at
the rate of 2,000,000 tons per year,
costing her about $300,000,000.
“Ten per cent increase in the
present production in India will
cover the margin,” he says.
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Maryland Allows Old Auto Tags
If 1948 Application Is Made
Maryland motorists who failed to
display their 1948 license tags be
fore last midnight’s deadline will
be permitted to operate their auto
mobiles if they can prove they have
applied.
State police were instructed yes
terday to pass those who have not
received new tags from the Depart
ment of Motor Vehicles, provided
the motorists show canceled checks,
money order receipts or check stubs
as evidence of application.
Trucks returning to Maryland
from other States will be permitted
to proceed to home stations, the
department announced.
Approximately 1,750 persons ob
tained their tags in the last-min
ute rush at the County Service
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mately 1,400 yesterday.
W. Lee Elgin, State commissioner
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600.000. Last year there were 571,
000. New registrations for 345,812
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