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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C.
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Citing the dangers revealed by the uncontrolled flood waters in! recent months and the lack of District funds to remedy the sit uation, Petworth joined a group led by Clifford Newell of the Ar kansas Citizens’ Association to press for enlarged sewer and drainage appropriations in the 1 1953 budget. The other associa tions are Hampshire Heights. Shepherd Park and Brightwood. Harvey O. Craver, street im provements chairman, urged mem bers whose property has been dam aged to press suits against the District as one means of bringing the matter forcibly before the Dis trict Commissioners. In connection with next Mon day’s hearings into the Capital Transit Co.’s proposed fare raise. John H. Connaughton, Petworth’s delegate to the hearings, an nounced he would back the in crease. if guarantees of a fair re turn were assured by the transit company. 48 D. C. Combat Veterans (Back on Leave From Korea A Navy transport ship brought 48 Washington combat veterans back to this country last Friday. They were among 4.498 rotation troops from Korea who arrived in Seattle aboard the Gen. M. C. Meigs. The Washington men on the passenger list were: Sergt. Larry G. Alexander, Pfc. Joseph L. Armstrong, Sergt. Darrell Bailey, jr,; Corpl. Herbert S. Bailey, Corpl. Otis Burleson, Pfc. Lewis G. Carson, Corpl. • George R. Chance, Sergt. William J. Chandler, Corpl. Charles H. Copeland. Pfc. Percy’'E. Crawley, Sergt. .Edward C. Darby. Corpl. Harry F Datcher, Corporal Ran dolph B. Durham. Sergt. 1 c Virgil R. Fisk. Corpl. Melvin H. Gabourel. sr.; Corpl. Wesley C. Grant, Corpl. Jtalph W. Green, Pfc. Arthur punter, Pfc. Charles V. Jackson. Pvt. George E. Johnson, Sergt. (William D. Keyser, jr.; Corpl. Ed win G. Laquay, Pfc. Harold N. Laten, Corpl. Robert E. Lee, jr.; Sergt. Robert E. Lohr, Sergt. 1/c Joseph Lytle. , Sergt 1/c John B. McManus, Corpl. Frank E. Mikolajczak. jr.; Sergt. Henry G. Moffett, Corpl. Alonzo Morris, jr.; Corpl. George Norris, Corpl. James L. Oliver, Pvt. 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