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THE SUNDAY STAR. Washington, D. C. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1957 open Mon ' Thur / Fri. & Sat. 9 to 9 BARGAINS! YOU ARE INVITED TO OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT! f \yvxVVVVW\W«Myl**>y 5 Pin* Quality » Fountain Pens J f : nUbT^.V ■ £ A A Many colors styles to ;£ 9 M l I wfl I 8 V choose from. A real buy at s Ej i/aT IYBdPM^H ■ Mil jt- |»>tiM.| tl a 3 T inlflfc I A real buy In rold weathar £* V .>oHPFaF aMm !■ a SmmgMM £ essentials. Fine quality Nylon # Surplus Salts has tho Jr ■ yaiib BIMyB % 7” f #f CHOICE lOf I Mt» • Cat Styl# J largtst stiaetion of Mm f Warm Pajamas 1 1 M B-lft Stjli J*rke» M R A A j£f jacksts it Washington! knT r r U f‘£ I • ZaO/ ' ® and waistband. * V Warm mouton E 7 TOT Ck Jf (processed lamb) m vfJ s®| '‘ olUr- , t Really fine, striped pajamas, jj> " 1 ■ 1 . , . popular cost style. Warm, cotn 2 Jacket, popular & ■ self foliar btyle .. u rriiur m A with tipper do- Rat no (Uhaxline Tauter Jacket. :»- 8 V PFPONDITIONED - & A, sure/‘lath pork- Jacket with Mou- piece knit model. 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A military budget totaling $40.6 billion for the fiscal year beginning next July 1 is now at the Budget Bureau and the White House. The supplemental budget, which will be forwarded to the Budget Bureau within the next two weeks, is necessitated prin cipally by new combat pay in Korea and.mustering out pay for which Congress told the depart-, ment to defray what it could from' other appropriations. It was un derstood on Capitol Hill that; some sort of supplemental fund 1 might be necessary. The largest portion of the re quest—some S7OO million—will be for the Army, largely because of combat pay. The Army and Air, Force totals are expected to run around S2OO million each. Personnel are entitled to $45 a month combat pay for service Sterling • . for your generous holiday giving.. .gracious holiday entertaining Garhsm Gorhxm Gorham Gorham Gorham Gorham Gorham Gorham v«i.,.i..i. 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Morse Predicts Independents I Will Hold Power Within Decade By the Associated Press PITTSBURGH, Dec. 6.—Sena- i tor Wayne L. Morse said today ‘‘Liberals’’ have not controlled Congress since 1937, but pre- : ’ dieted independent votes will gain ] ; dominant power in the Govern- j ’ ment within the next 10 years. < J Speaking at a luncheon meet- ! , ing of 175 members of the Volun- I teers for Stevenson, Senator Morse .* : 1 , in the Korean combat zone after j i May 31, 1950. They must have 1 been subjected to hostile fire for ‘ not less than six days during the ' ; month for which they are paid. 1 The law provides for mustering ! out payments of SIOO to veterans ' t with less than 60 days active ( • service; S2OO for those with 60 J . days service but no foreign serv- 1 !ice: and S3OO for veterans with 60 , ,; days or more of service outside the j United States or in Alaska after June 26, 1&50. f K Apartments for Parliament !! OSLO. Construction of an j] ■ apartment house to provide ac commodations for 35 members of l the Norwegian Parliament is!: i under way. It is expected to be; : completed by January. 1954. 1 said he would continue to vote in the Senate “as my conscience dic tates.” Senator Morse, elected on the Republican ticket in 1950, sup ported Democrat Adlai Stevenson for President. After the election of Gen. Dwight Eisenhower, the Senator declared himself an Inde pendent. “What is the matter with you Liberals?” Senator Morse asked his audience. “You have not been in control of Congress since 1937.1 A coalition of reactionaries in both parties runs the Senate.” He added; “Within the next 10 years,] we are going to see a realignment; of political forces by which the: independent voter will come into power. “They may do it through one or the other of the existing parties. I am not talking about forming a third party, Cut this thing has been going on since 1912, and one of these days you will see a crys tallization of sentiment and the j Independents pf this country will 'have a party vehicle.” Senator Morse was in Pitts burgh to attend a meeting of the ! Military Government Association, which opened a two-day conven tion yesterday. Ferris Heads Red Cross Drive in Montgomery George M. Ferris, Chevy Chase, Md., has been named chairman of : I the 1953 Montgomery County Red jCross fund His appoint ment was an- ■Bf t : inounced by I'Wmm Maj. Gen. Lew chairman of the K S Mon tgomery % >«dß | County Red of Ferris & Co.. brokerage firm. He is a member WtKKLmKKM |of the New Mr - F ® rri *- jYork Stock Exchange and the New’ York Curb Stock Exchange. He , was in the Air Foroe in World ’ War I. ! He is chairman of the National 1 Cathedral School foi* Girls, presi- . dent of the Homeopathic Hospi- ; tal and vice chairman of Chevy ; Chase Village. He belongs to the Columbia Country Club, Chevy Chaaa Club, Metropolitan and Ro- ; tary Clubs. Mr. Ferris has lived in Chevy Chase for 28 years. <. The new fund chairman ap-li | Radio-Active Isotopes Reveal Leaks in Pipes •y tho Auociatod Iriu CHICAGO. 111.—Radio-active isotopes are being used by plumb ers to detect leaks in piping, the Plumbing and Heating Industries Bureau reports. Instead of ripping up floors to find leaks, plumbing contractors inject radio-active iodine into the piping by means of a Samson meter, the radio-active material can be followed through the pip ing. Where the isotopes leave the pipe, that’s where the leak is. After the test has been com pleted, the pipes are drained and flushed with* pure iodine which di lutes the isotopes and weakens their radiological power. Singapore Asks British For Video Engineers By tho Auociatod Pro,* SINGAPORE—The British gov ernment has been asked to pro vide experienced television engi neers to help start a television transmitting station here. The suggestion was made by British Trade Commissioner K. E. MacKenzie. Radio engineers working here at present have lit tle or no telivision experience. pointed Lanier P. McLachlen, president of the McLachlen Bank ing Corp., as vice chairman of the drive.