OCR Interpretation


Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, June 30, 1949, Image 8

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045462/1949-06-30/ed-1/seq-8/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for A-8

12 Full Glasses in each 6 bottlesl
K Be generous—but thrifty.
Get Pepsi for a glorious <tb—
Sis 12-0/ Bottles twice as tasty, twice as thrifty,
Plus Deposit twice as much!
(.Not Iced)
WHY TAKE LESS-WHEN PEPSI’S BEST!
Pepsi-Colo Bottling Co. of Woshington 0. C. e«
Under appointment from Pepsi-Colo Co., New York
'"Listen to Counter-Spy" Tuesday and Thursday evenings, your ABC station."
[.-.;
<o0v)bly Velidou? j
V IH IYBKY KtCfP?/ j
i 'Bumble Bee I
SOLID PA6IC
Tuna
i

You’re a better cook
with Bumble Bee— •
the choicest light-meat •
t tuna, solid-packed in *
big delicious chunks! »
’ Remember: selective ;
{ packing gives yeu :
constant quality. ;
a Bonus in I TUNA a i a T. j
, 1 •jm I I * "1 J
Q/CIJ Dill • | j 7b0f c" »”">"« Bee Tun. • I !
' J 2»b*P. d.ced .reen pepper !
. ■ *bsP- <*,c«d pimiento I J
Clip fa I 1SSZ&, Hupu'tk I s
and Getr ^ J I j
Tediff I j
• . • One of tho Bumblo Boo Family of Fine Sea Foods j
Civil Service Official
Denies Home Rule Will
Cause Mass Firings
By Don S. Warren
There would be no mass firing
of Government workers here be
es use of enactment of the pend
ing District home rule bill, even
if jobholders from the States vote
in proposed Washington elections
Assurances to this effect were
voiced last night by an official of
the Civil Service Commission.
Answering queries raised by
Chairman McMillan of tne Hou.>e
District Committee—a home rule
opponent—the civii serv.ee offi
cial explained that the oid ap
portionment law was used only
in the award of jobs amoriK can
didates from different States a«nd
the District.
It never has been applied since
1883, when the apportionment law
was adopted, to reductions m
staffs of Government agencies,
the official added.
Disputed by Kefauver.
Senator Kefauver. Democrat, of
Tennessee, author of the Senate
passed home rule bill, whc was
on the witness stand when Chair
man McMillan brought up the
apportionment law question, im
mediately denied home rule would
mean job losse.
But temporarily there was sUll
some uncertainty, since Mr. Mc
Millan had brought out that the
District already is considerably
beyond its Federal lob quota here.
His suggestion was that this might
go up, if persons voting here
should lose their claim to domi
cile in their home States. In
such cases their Federal jobs here
would be charged to the District
instead of to their home States.;
Mr. McMillan suggested This, if
done, would increase the excess of
jobholders over the District quota.
These fears, observers thought,
were laid to rest by the commis
sion official.
The law, he explained, applied
to a little less than half of the
Government positions in Wash
ington. since many types of posi
tions are exempt, and since vet
erans had overriding preference.
Distance Cuts Applicants.
Also, he explained, the obvious
reason why the District and a
number of the Eastern States are
above their quotes—based on rela
tive populations—is that residents
of the more distant States do not
go to the expense of travel to
come here to take low-paying
jobs; the kind that offer the most
numerous openings. So. may of
these jobs finally go to applicants
from the District and nearby
States.
The fear of job loses was raised
by Mr. McMillan at yesterday s
home rule hearing as he offered
new arguments against the plan
for an elected and reorganized
city government.
He was misunderstood by a re
porter for The Star to say the
District was 2,000 persons over Its
quota In the apportionment law *
-r^nff that these might be dis
charged If the Civil Service Com
mission wanted to insist on the
apportionment rule.
What he actually said, he ex
' plained later, was that he had1
been advised the District was 2.
000 per cent over its quota
About 4.*b*'„.
But the civil service official
said later even this was far off
the mark He explained the Dis
trict has a Federal job quota here
of only 261 but actually is charged
with 10 311 positions
If these figures ate up to date
he said, the District is about 4 000
per cent over its^juota
Suffrage advocates, meanwhile
were cheered by the decision of
the House Judicial Subcommittee
in charge of the home rule issue
to Jiave a hearing July 7 for
spokesmen for organized Wash
ington groups Citizens not repre
senting organizations will not be
heard at this session officials said
but may be given a chance to
testify iater.
The District Central Sufftage
YOU*
POTS and PANS
SHINK
EASIER
QUICKER

OAKITE
dissolves
grease
e
softens
water
e
Roofs dirt
away
QUAufri
FLAVOR!
i
Mfoi/
IN OLASf OR TIN
Tired of flit, tasteless
juice? Try College
Inn Totnsto Juice
Cocktail. Pre-sea
soned—but per
fectly. A new tune
for your taste
buds. Buy1
College Inn,
America's mow
famous naiQR
in fine foocfjIt
i
I
*
i
ior only plus any tixa McCormick Too box-fop
SIX big glossos—with only FOUR McCormick Too Bogil
: / ll\\ Tty this thrifty, easy way to make perfect iced tea. Just put four bags of
y' N(7 11 \ richer, fuller flavored McCormick Tea into pre-heated Bru-o-lator teapot;
• *dd boiling water and brew 7 minutes. Pour into 10-ounce glasses filled to the top
‘ o&Rfl*** ^ with ice-cubes. You get 6 brimming glasses of extra-rich, crystal-clear iced teal
* 1 vW' Taste it! Um-mm-delicious! You'll like that wonderful McCormick
! '1 flovor far better than your former brand. Hundreds of new users
j 1 do—as proved by a recent survey.
Put McCormick packaged tea |
in the patented fil{e6of *
this handsome maroon
vJ china Bru-o-lator, add
hot water and brew
J® J 6 minutes. Makes perfect
tea. Get your Bru-o-lator today
I - at big savings.
;J" VALUABLE! Mail This Coupon Today!
Enclose $1.25 and a box-top from any site McCormick
Him or Tea Bags. Mail to:
‘I McCormick & Co.. Inc., Box 166, New York 8, N. Y.
Please send me □ Bru-o-lator(s).
I --
a Address ■ . ■
f r r *— **—
CUM* D r*>*' O M*»r Or*«f o I
WmwmmmmmmmwmwmmmummmmM
Conference !a«t night perfected
plan* for its representation at the
he arms
At last nucht t conference ateet
ing at 700 Jackson place N W ;t
a as stressed that the hearin*
should not be prolonged on the
theory that protracted question.:.*
of organizational representatives
might kill the home -: ule Pill t*>
Indirection
It m-as finally decided last m*ht
that Cuher B Chamber lam, pres
idea: of the conference, should
ittc » short p*e<*rt*:. n on hi*
a roup ! stand OB boose rule that
Wilbur 5 Finch fo-mer p rssdnst
and hoa first *ice president should
in*at a more e sir:.'.' e apeecii anc
that M.ss S'lu Atman should
discuss the hueae rule issue as
behalf of ecfstujrd labor in the
Metropolitan Area.
If the subcommittee sap* ta
down »eu late that up at the
time Mr Chamberia.n aa.d
QUICK
no-«" ' FANTAIL *
*t4*t *£^\*\W*
I
j
BREADED . . . READY TO FRY!
A mtm m—Atm mm+l mi a
»«<M - • «'•** Siimhi1
*
AT AU SAFIWAY AMO UAOJMO
fMOCFCMOffNr GtOCttS
Him HUM M(HM ( 0«MM r i«( ••««! •)(• •«•••«*
— — 1 —
Ideal for Hot Weather WealsH
.I: attaint- at l ow Ftuft ’turn
Safeway, IIP, Skirtty,
Unitwd Food Starts art Sarita Faad Starts
• »d
ladipandoat Markoti
UNITED
> SMIU\(i SAM SAYS: mr»: ^
V For oil your picnic items in the food line, I JJJ,dCtORie^ 1 ) V-*
F risit your neorest "United" where you ere t dl|i , 1 \ V '
i I ’• \eerto'n F® Find o bigger end better assort- F jflj? J J \
? ment, priced to save you money consistently. <
||? 1 l Note the many suggestions listed below. )
| -I / Your United Store guarantees complete \ /
fcjf * ' I satisfaction. J /
Shu* ii ■* Brices effective July 1st and 2nd, Call HA 6921 fee stare locations oe—.
■IUNTIR S RATH J SLACK HAWK
•RADI A FANCY iMOMn
.ICED HAMS
ACOK
.57' eib63c
Inlets Frinks * 41c ^
Mklast Llaks ■ “ 39c £ "Woe"™ .
it 3 ll AVllAGI * LUXURY LOAF ^ j
»"«Ch,ek"‘ ‘39c [ 0J8S& ,
PAM !l«c £ ««*L. X
»,T ULN,. cot, staw fe. 15'
•T POTATO SALAD
- 33
,.»•... ; '
CANTALOUPES
Wilt, LUSCIOUS, RIO I
SANTA ROSA PLUMS
IRISH, SWVIT, TIMOIR £ MP,
GOLDEN BANTAM CORN 6“"Z5*
NEW GREEN
CABBAGE
11.. mc
0 AU CKEBRIES ,
U. S No 1 WHITI JQC 4
potatoes w
10-39°
UNITED faAprrr SHURFINE
“SUPREME” K fill Fo.cr Ye»c* Ci.«»
Peaches
HALVES
n‘c.vs27c
Tomato Juice CocktailCOUEGE ,MN 29c
Del Monte Fruit Cocktail *•33c
CARNATION MILK 2ZW
I Baker's Coconut Jm* 4~ 18c
Gorton's Codfish Cakes 19Z 23c
Macaroai, SpajlwUi, £H«iws G(0*G!0 •*» 17c
Spaghetti Sauce SANG’0M'0 ^*""19c
' » ,rTTr c,oc«*
I Apple Pyequlck
I2#j.
’ —
s, '»»fTTFS
PPCANS IN sy»u, ' ^ J5c
CHOCOLATE FUDGE ?!C
PINEAPPLE **"* *■* *•* ,9c
«um*scoTCH " ** '*
STRAWBERRY .- l»c
CHERRY .?c
-- 23c
git this imiit'INK
■RU-O-LATOR CHINA TIA ROT
(retail value
for $1.25
and 01*1 coupon
McCormick tea
MAIL TO pkfl of 25 bog* ’« lb pkj
MtCORMICK TfA AP|« •%
R. O. «0X IM Mg'* « «
ncw york a. h. r. mm m mm mm
UMit f|
wherever J
WHIPPED 3
CREAM I i
is called fori A
• No whipping nicnurr
• Keeps fresh for deye and day* in your
a Made with pure pasteurized whipping cream
a Sweetened and flavored to perfection
• No depoeit • no return • no waste
THOMPSON’S DAIRY
Dianne waianreresusi >o» eiataarieni
CRISCO CAMAY
SHORTENING 'Tk' *"*•**-+*
3 d 91c 2 25c
IVORY IVORY
SNOW FLOATING SOAP
x. 281 2 17c

xml | txt