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'sgmToys DOLL CARRIABE As handsome a carriage as a doll tier rode In! Beautifully S.95 designed. ® ALUMINUM DISH SET Service for «, Including teapot, percolator, knlvea, 9.81 forks, spoons. “ DELUXE SERVICE STATION Features Include a lift, gasoline pumps that hold water to root tor parking and service min la-'- 3.95 ture car and attendent. * WHEELBARROW All steel with rubber-tired wheel. About 29-lnch length l,|| overall. ■ fmS WFFK'S FEATURE1 m fl AUTO A speedy roadster for chil dren from two to five years old. Sturdily constructed with easy rolling rubber tired wheels. Finished In bright green baked-on enamel. _ Plastio Doll Hoaso Faraitaro. Choice ot dining room, play room, bathroom, utility room, kitchen. Well made and adorably QAa styled. 09 TWO'IH-OIE BLACKBOARD Fold It up, there'* a blackboard. Unfold, there’s a desk. Acroll con tains 50 educational charts B,|| —34 In color. • TOT TELEPHONE Bu a spring dial with numbers and letters just QQq like the real ones. PEDAL DIKE Safe and sturdy, easy to steer. Ad justable seat. Rubber tires. J gg Front wheel 8*i inches high. * f rm wars awn ] All-Steel - Wagon A speedy, sturdy wagon 4 built to stand a young- | star's rough handling. Big I 8‘,4-lneh disc wheels with ' heavy rubber tires. Body else 13'j"i30". 5.95 DOUBLE HOLSTER SET Leather holsters and belt; two S lnch break-action guns with Ja4) automatic release trigger. ^ JOCKO MUSICAL IUM BARK Makes music, helps youngsters save money and dispenses beloved bub ble gum. Topped by a hat- 1,4| tipping monkey. I TREE LI8HTS Pretty eone shape* In bright Christmas colors. Fasten easy to branches. Long burning. ■ 1 I BUBBLE LIBHTS Hew, wonderful! The liquid In the gorgeously colored lempe 4,}| bubbles end dancss. Set “ TABLE AND CHAIR SET Look at those cute chairs and sturdy little, all de signed Just like the grown-ups' own furni ture. Clear lacquered finish. 10 M Only Stores Listed Below Are Peoples Hardware NORTHEAST northwest southeast ★ 1414 Florida kit. 1475 15th Stroot ★ 1541 Afakania Avo. till Bkodo Island Avo. ★nil loan. Avo. **” P,BB,‘ **•' *M" M *mJSSSnu Alexandria, va. ★ 4177 MaeArtkar Colm„ M*nor ★ 1111 Mt. Voraon Avo. Blvd. ^ 4M| J4t)| ^ ARLINGTON, VA. Mt- K*taUr ★ 1727 Wilson Blvd. ★ Till Wlaoaatia Avo. ★ 1241 Bolaaikla Mko Bethnit Start Heart 8:30 ta 8^-AU Star* Open Fri. 'til 9 F.M. _ x i -- 'RECREATION SERVICE AWARDS—Miss Sibyl Baker (left), assistant superintendent of the District Recreation Department, and Arthur Kriemelmeyer, president of the District Recreation Society, present awards for outstanding service to recreation to Miss Aurelia Zerega (right), 17, of 39 Adams street N.W., representing the McMillan Playground, and Albert Molenof (second from right), 17, of 525 Roxboro place.N.W., of the Takoma Recreation Center. —Star Staff Photo. i FBI Declines Comment On Planting of Agents In Subversive Groups The FBI had “no comment” to day on the statement that the agency has planted agents in subversive organizations all over the country. The statement was made by Seth W. Richardson, chairman of the Federal Loyalty Review Board, in an address yesterday before the Civitan Club in the Mayflower Hotel. Witnesses who testified they were members of the Communist Party reporting to the FBI played a large part in the conviction in October of 11 Communist leaders on charges they conspired to teach the overthrow of the Gov ernment by force. The trial was held before Federal Judge Harold R. Medina in New York. No Statement Issued. At that time, it was assumed the FBI was willing to disclose some of its undercover agents for the purposes of the trial. But there has been no statement in dicating the widespread use of un dercover agents, and the FBI still is saying nothing. Mr. Richardson spoke of the problem arising in loyalty in vestigations from the use of state ments by such agents for whose reliability the FBI vouches. He said his board issued a directive to the boards originally reviewing the evidence that, whe're there is a conflict of testimony, the fact the accused employe has not had an opportunity to face his ac cuser should be taken Into ac count. He said that, if the identity of the planted agent must be dis closed, those informants might as well go fishing—“if somebody doesn’t shoot them.” Praises FBI Reports. Mr. Richardson praised the FBI for producing reports “as factual as they can make them.” He said also that the efforts by a Senator—he did not give his name—to intervene in a case led to a regulation by the review board that no case was to be discussed with anyone not in volved in it. The Senator telephoned him, he said, and asked for an appoint ment so he and a representative could discuss a case before the board. Mr. Richardson said he declined to see the two legislators. He said he learned then the two had importuned their way to the head of the agency involved—a Cabinet member—-to whom the case had been appealed and from \ mumto | I the only DA YIIGHT I I and OVERNIGHT flights I I dinet te AU THE WEST" I 1 Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland and Seattle. I 1 Also, direct to Denver in just 7 Vi hrs., I whom it reached the review board. He said the reviewers in the agen cies were delighted with the regu lation because it gave them an out in declining to hear people who wanted to intervene. The program is now down to its “last 1,000 cases,” Mr. Richardson said. He said that from 10,000 FBI field investigations reported to the loyalty boards, only 125 Government employes had been let out. The review board has leaned over backward in being fair, he said, adding: “Our feeling has been, let us give a man another chance if the record permits it.” He cited these three accomplish ments through the loyalty check: 1. “I believe the execessive num ber of resignations that followed the beginning of the FBI investi gations is significant." He said he believed that a lot of people got out of Government because they did not want their pasts gone into. 2. “The FBI has kept out of Government service a number of persons who realize there are in their records things to keep them out.” 3. “It has given to Federal em ployes a conscious feeling that it is their duty to their Government to keep their noses clean.” He said that 2,800,000 persons coming under the loyalty check— minus the 125—“sleep better be cause the Government has given them a certificate that they are the kind of people the Govern ment wants to employ.” Railway and highway culverts make ideal locations for beaver dams and hence beavers become a nuisance when roads and rail roads are built. MOW YOU CAN BUY THE AUSTIN for Only Yes, this is the same Austin that cost $1520. But it's yours at this big saving because of devaluation of the English pound. And that’s the ONLY difference...a difference in price. Every thing else is the same ... low cost operation, per formance, handling, riding comfort, styling . . . everything that has made AUSTIN the fastest sell ing imported car in America. Delivered here. Completely equipped with built-in heater and defrosters, dual windshield wiper, low pressure tires, double-voltage battery, safe inside center-frame jacking, four forward speeds, adjustable front seat, arm rests in rear seat. NO ETRAS TO BUY! ECONOMY.. .more than 30 miles to the gallon... less cost for tires, oil, upkeep. PERFORMANCE.. famous 7.2 ratio high compression, valve-in-head engine with cruis ing speed of 60-65 miles an hour. RIDING COMFORT... hydraulic shock absorbers, independent front wheel suspension and ride stabilizer give you a cushioned ride over any roads... insure level riding around curves. HANDLING.. fast in traffic, easy to park, wjth lower low gear for snow and mud. SAFETY.. . heavier gauge steel body, hydro mechanical brakes, shatter-proof glass mean a rugged car and a safe car. SIZE... a full family-size car with that added i 1 safety factor of heavyweight construction... The Austin weighs it50 pounds. STYLING.. . Smart Continental styling, lux- j I urious leather upholstery... in every detail Austin is British craftsmanship at its best. - Prices Similarly Reduced on All Other Austins “Devon” 4-Door Sedan, “Atlantic” Convertible, “Countryman” Station Wagon, Vi ton “Pick Up,” and Vs ton “Panel Delivery” Van. SEE —WRITE —or PHONE US TODAYI 9tea Demonstration—Ne Obligation AUTHORIZED AUSTIN DEALERS f JACK PRY MANHATTAN AUTO 1747 Connecticut Are. ^ RADIO CO. 1539 Penneylvenie Are. S.E. 7tfcB2VstT KW. Weak., D. C. Weak., D. C. ^Wonderful!' what big, brilliant snapshots Dad gats with today’s _ Kodak Camaral | Makes album-size pic- 1 * tures. Black-and-white and color negatives are 214 z 3M- Fixed-focus lens; four lens stops; new-type shutter release. Shutter synchronized for flash. $24.50. Other mod els to $95. Flasholder, $11.08. Prices include Federal Tax. how surely and easily a « little boy gets good snaps with 1 today’s Brownie Camera I * Famous Brownie simplicity and reliability plus 1950 styl ing. Oversize brilliant waist* level finder; fixed-focus lens; new thumb-action shutter release. Black-and-white and color negatives, 2H x 2M. 15.50. Kodak Photo Flasher, i $1.55. Prices include A Federal Tax. BROWNIE HAWKEYE CAMERA Jk L 'a ' r ■ i NEW MODELS-LOW PRICES—Today’s Kodak built cameras start at $2.75 (seven popular models $12.75 or under) and never before so many models to choose from. See them all at your Kodak dealer's. NEW FUN WITH COLOR-All of today’s Kodak and Brownie cameras make beautiful full-color pictures. And with Kodak’s indoor color films you can make them right around the clock. NEW INDOOR THRILLS—With suitable accessory lighting, these cameras (most models are equipped for “flash”) make wonderful pictures indoors at night just as easily as the regular outdoor kind. Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester 4, N. Y. » t S "Imagine!" L 1 how easily Mom can snap the youngsters at night with i today's Brownie Cameral i Just slip on a Flasholder, pop |J in a bulb, aim, and snap. I Makes wonderful pictures at night... in black-and-white or full color! Or regular out door snapshots without using Flasholder. Negatives, x 3}4- $11.75. Flasholder, $2.92. Prices include Federal Tax. BROWNIE FLASH SIX-20 CAMERA $11 •Oh-h-h!' how simplo for Sil I moko snapshots today's Brilliant reflecting finder “previews” every picture. Makes it easy to get every thing right. Fixed-focus lens. Black-and-white or color shots. Negatives, 2)4, x 2)4- With Kodet Lens, $12.75; focusing Kodar f/8 Lens, $19.85. Flasholder, $3.33. Prices include Federal Tax. j KODAK DUAFLEX CAMERA, Kodet Lens *12— W^knd wtePa T wonderful Christa •jor-fhe whole-family! It’s all “wrapped up” In a Cine-Kodak Reliant Camera, Kodak’s new economy movie camera that brings the joys of home movies comfortably within your reach. With ft2.7 lens, only $79. Uses low-cost 8mm. film. Other Cine-Kodak Camaras to $175. Prices include Federal Tax.