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Satisfaction guaranteed . . • or your money back! 64 begs for /|CC the price of 481 "m 9 Edward* COFFEE Vacuum O Ec Packed lb-09 Kitchen Craft FLOUR These prices effective until close of business. Saturday. September 16. 1960. in Washington. D. C.; MARY- . LAND; Bethesda. Coral Hills, Hyatts vllle. Kensington, Mount Rainier, I Silver Spring, Takoma Park, Bladens burg, Gaithersburg, Rockville; Suit land. Marlboro, Laurel, Indian Head. Berwyn. Capitol Heights; VIRGINIA; I Arlington. Fairfax, Falls Church, McLean, Herndon, Vienna. NO SALES I TO DEALERS. WE RESERVE THE RIGRT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. Produce prices subject to change dally. i L CABBAGE NEW GREEN CELERY ib. GREEN PASCAL ONIONS 2>b. YELLOW APPLES 3 »> SMOKEHOUSE Immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrnmmmm I Defense Steel Needs " Far Exceed Estimate, Fairless Believes By th« Associated Press PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 15.— The administration’s estimate of; defense needs for steel is only I one-third of what the steel in dustry believes necessary for] "safety’s sake,” says Benjamin F. Fairless. The United States Steel Corp.. president also believes demands of j the steel industry for defense pro- j duction ultimately will have an effect on production of automo biles, refrigerators and other ap pliances. In the first comprehensive sur vey of the steel situation by an in dustry spokesman since the Ko rean War, Mr. Fairless said last night that by next July civilian consumption of steel might be cut by one-eighth. He spoke at the annual dinner of the Philadelphia chapter of the National Associa tion of Purchasing Agents. Military Demands Small. The "Big Steel" spokesman chal lenged those who say the present; ; steel shortage indicates the indus try has not lived up to its na tional responsibilities. Not only is our "own steel in dustry bigger than those of all the other nations on earth put to gether,” Mr. Fairless said, but "to day it can match the output of j every foreign steel plant in the world, ton for ton, and still have 14 million tons left over.” Virtually all steel produced now is being shipped to civilian cus tomers as fast as it can be made, with military demands negligible, Mr. Fairless said. Military demands will increase rapidly in the coming months, ; however, and will receive first claim,*he added. More Faculties Needed. It is obvious, Mr. Fairless said, that new steel-making facilities will have to be built to meet mili tary demands. Until these new facilities are completed the Government’s needs must be met out of existing civil ian supplies, he added. He said recent happenings and his own inquiries lead him to, be lieve the Government demand for military needs will run 12 million tons by next July 1. three times the estimate given for direct de fense needs before the House Ap propriations Subcommittee six weeks ago by former Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson. As a result Of the Korean war, plans for steel’s expansion are now "springing to life" and with in the next 27 months the in dustry as a whole will have added 5 million tons to the present ingot capacity, with one-third of the increase to be completed by United States Steel within the next 15 months, Mr. Pairless said. Sets Licensed TOKYO.—Government authori ties had licensed 8,640,798 radio sets in Japan by March, 1950. Approximately 53 per cent of the homes in Japan have radio re ceivers. Man, 37, Found Hanged In No. 13 Precinct Cell Ross Morrill Lees, 37, a dlsh-f washer at the Congressional Country Club, was found hanged yesterday in a cell at No. 13 precinct, five hours after he was arrested on an intoxication charge. Police said Lees was arrested at Fifteenth and V streets N.W. at 9:10 a.m. He was found sus pended from his undershirt, which he had wrapped around his neck and over a bar above the cell door. He was pronounced dead at Freedmen’s Hospital. "COD” express shipments were introduced 107 years ago. _ Cameras I WANTED SOMMERS EXCHANGE 714 14th ST.N.W.fBond Bldg.)ME.0992 basil 1 | o m * e n and his orchestra I ^ with 1 vocals by 1 bette woodruff 1 dinner and wpper dancing I J ft,\from 7 until, 1*30 'I \ IcocktaiU from 5.30’ I j-l no cover charge' !l IV,r CONDITIONED 1 1110 > TAWS & TAWS NURSERY |! COMPLETE LANDSCAPING TREE SURGERY — TREE MOVING 1 OPENING OF OUR NEW SALES GROUNDS 11305 Georgia Ave. WHEATON, SILVER SPRING, MD. 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