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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C. FRIDAY, MAY IS, IM3 House Bill Proposes District Heliport for Friendship Shuttle Legislation for construction of a heliport in downtown Wash ington to accommodate helicop ter service between this city and Friendship International Air port near Baltimore was intro duced yesterday in the House. Represehtative Fallon, Demo crat, of Maryland, declared the bill looks to the “shuttle service 'of the future.” a new develop ment now under study for sev eral large cities. The Fallon bill would direct the Civil Aeronautics Adminis tration to select an appropriate Site on Federally-owned land after consulting with the Post master General, the Secretary of Defense and the General Serv ices Administrator. GSA would build and operate the field. Mr. Fallon explained that Friendship Airport has applied to the Civil Aeronautics to oper ate helicopter service from the airfield to Baltimore and Wash ington. Mr. Fallon has been a strong opponent of an additional Wash ington airport at either Burke, Va., where Congress has author- Arlington Store Open Tonight Till ,9:30 No Phone or Moil Orders Limited Quantities KANN'S SHRUBBERY CLEARANCE! ' H % PRICE! SALE STARTS FRIDAY V ARLINGTON STORE ONLY $1.19 Everblooming Bush Roses (12 different varities) 59c 98c Flowering Shrubs (14 different vorities) 49c $1.59 Red Flowering Azaleas (balled and burlapped) 79c $1.99 Red Flowering Azaleas (balled and burlapped) 99c $2.99 Red Flowering Azaleas (balled and Burlapped) $1.49 69c Doz. 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Friendship, Mr. Fallon and other Maryland legislators have contended, is the logical answer to a secondary airport in this area to relieve the growing con gestion at Washington National Airport. Chief objection has been to the distance from Wash ington and the time required to reach it by road. Red Occupation Cuts India-Sinkiang Trade ly th« Astociatod Press NEW DELHl.—lndia’s trade with Communist-occupied Sinki ang Province has been at a standstill since the Red takeover of September, 1949, Minister of State for Commerce D. P. Kar markar says. He added that Peiping had refused to recognize the Indian consulate at Kashgar and attempts to reopen it so far have been unsuccessful. A few hundred Sinkiang refu gees, however, managed to es cape and trek their way to Kashmir. The Nehru govern ment has settled some of them in Kashmir while’ the others have left for Turkey and Mecca. Son of Gen. Adams Dies in Plane Crash North of Memphis Comdr. Dudley H. Adams, 36, son of Brig. Gen. Donald B. Adams, U. S. A. R., retired, past president of the Reserve Officers Association, was killed Wednes day night when his fighter plane crashed 15 miles north of Mem phis, Tenn. The veteran Navy flier was en route to his Memphis base after a flight to Washington. Comdr, Adam’s plane, an FBF Grumman Bearcat, crashed while making a landing ap proach, the Navy said. Comdr. Adams, whose home is in Burlington, Vt., is survived by a widow and two children. The family lived on the Memphis Air Base where Comdr. Adams haa been stationed for 30 months. Gen. Adams, well known in Washington, has been stationed here several times during his Army career. During the war he was a member of the War De partment staff here. A resident of New Rochelle, N. Y., Gen. Adams maintains a residence here at 1709 Nineteenth street N.W. Ex-Boxer Fined $lO For Striking Woman During Argument Anthony T. 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John O, Webster SINCE 1912 627 F Straat N.W. Opposite The Hecht Company F Street Entrance I abusive language April 27 whlla arresting him for a traffic viola tion in the 1200 block of Six teenth street N.E. .Pvt. Catapano, who was off duty at the time, said Mr. Stan more’s car cut in front of him in an illegal left turn.