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2 for $1-20
Would regularly sell for $1.20 each
New you may have two Dorothy Gray lip
sticks in the same or different shades . . .
for the price of one. Smart metal swivel'
cases hold your choice of pink or red shades.
And your duo is smartly packaged, too.
Prices include 20% tax
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TOILETRIES, AISLE, FIRST FLOOR
VA to Expand Training
Of Specialists to Offset
Shortage of Doctors
The Veterans’ Administration will
expand its medical specialist train
ing program to get around a drastic
shortage of 1,300 doctors this sum
The new plan, sanctioned by the
American Medical Association, was
outlined to reporters by Dr. Paul B.
Magnuson, VA medical chief, at a
press conference called yesterday to
discuss the medical program.
VA will lose the 1,300 doctors,
mostly in July, Dr. Magnuson said,
when that number of physicians,
who were trained in Army specializ
ed training and Navy V-12 courses,
complete their tours of duty and
return to civilian life.
The agency now offers three-year
courses in its hospitals for young
resident doctors who want to be
come specialists, the medical direc
tor said. Before they can obtain
specialist board ratings, however,
they must complete two years of
Under the new plan, VA will offer
courses for these latter two years,
in addition to the three-year resi
dent tours in its hospitals.
Dr. Magnuson said VA will at
tempt to recruit as many of its
present 2,000 residents as possible
to replace the 1,300 doctors who will
leave. Others, he said, will be re
cruited by the AMA from resident
rolls in private hospitals. Salaries
for the doctors will range from
$4,100 to $7,000.
Kite Contest Postponed
Again Because of Weather
A forecast of rain and cloudy skies
today forced a second postponement
of the District Recreation Depart
ment’s annual kite-flying contests at
playgrounds over the city.
Originally scheduled to get under
way at 9:30 a.m. yesterday, the con
tests were put off because of adverse
weather until the same hour tod Ay.
Rain and overcast this morning
moved recreation officials to an
nounce a postponement until 9:30
a.m. Saturday, April 10, "if the
Church Music Award Goes
To Ex-Newspaper Woman
▲ former newspaperwoman yes
terday received the Liturgical Music
Award of the Catholic Society of St.
Mrs. Justine Bayard Ward, 2500
Thirtieth street N.W., was given the
shield-shaped plaque for her work
in religious music by Archbishop
Patrick O’Boyle in the rectory of
St. Patrick’s Church.
Mrs. Ward was converted to
Catholicism in 1904. Before that,
she was "a not too pious Episco
palian,” she quipped.
She is the author of several music
texts used in parochial schools here
and in Europe.
Pounder of the music school at
the Catholic Sisters College of Cath
olie University and of similar schools
in New York, Italy and Holland,
she was awarded a medal by Pope
Plus XI for her work.
Her husband, George Cobot Ward,
a member of the old Department of
Insular Government In President
Theodore Roosevelt’s time, died in
Mrs. Ward Is a sister of the late
Senator Bronson Cutting of New
Mexico and for a time edited his
Santa Fe New Mexican.
Mrs. Ward now helps "teach the
teachers" at the Catholic University
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Man Accused of Beating
Wife With Flower Pot
Mrs. Winnie Zarbaugh, 40, of the
800 block of North Carolina avenue
S.E., was in Providence Hospital
today as a result of being struck in
the head, according to police, by a
flower pot wielded by her husband,
Mrs. Zarbaugh’s condition was
described as good. She suffered cuts
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