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THE EVENING STAR. Washington. D. C.
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CONKLYN'S FLORIST * 4930 Wisconsin »« NW goo Uth St N W 2046 Wilton llvd., Arlington Vo. GUDE BROS. CO. - 1212 t syget NW. na 8-4276 H. SMALL & SONS JIMMY LYLES FLOWERS, INC. 28*2 S Rfndotph, Arlington OV 3-0700 Dupont Circle 90S King St. Silver Spring, Md. JU. 7-7100 DU. 7-7000 Alexandria, Va. OV. 3-4600 tnese tasty toods reducing is now so much easier. The Vita Food Co. at 510 11th Street N.W. (REpublic 7-1212) of fers free to anyone who brings this clipping, the 50 page Hollywood Star Diet Book with the "Ideal Weight Charts for Men and Wom en.’ and a list of 300 foods with calorie contents and a 10-day diet of 1,000 calories per day that will taae off weight like magic. 25c by mail. I New Upstream Potomac Span Nearly Certain, Col. Lane Says Col. Thomas A. Lane. Engi neer Commissioner, said last night “we pretty well have to accept the idea” of another bridge between Memorial and Key bridges. Col. Lane told the Progressive Citizens’ Association of George town the Commissioners are aware of the importance of the beauty of the central area, but that with the population growth in Arlington, it would be too severe a restriction to have no other central bridge. It will be made a part of the beauty of the area, Col. Lane j assured the citizens. The Commissioner also ex- 1 plained that a zoning question- 1 naire sent out by his office is!' intended to guide the city zoning consultants in planning the kind of city its residents want. Answering a question by one of the group. Col. Lane said he saw no reason why public hear ings dealing mainly with resi dential matters could not be held outside the normal business day so interested parties could attend. Manor Park Citizens Hit Proposed Auto Restriction A suggestion to limit the use of private automobiles on down town streets to relieve traffic congestion came under Are last night at the Manor Park Citl i zens' Association. The suggestion was contained , in an answer by the zoning com mittee of the Federation of Citi zens' Associations to a poll pre pared by zoning consultants to the District and issued to various The favorite in New York 2000 Rooms at Sensible Rates -puTS"** HOTEL TAFT •tSOthSt EWYORK I ON TIMES SQUARE AT RADIO CITY ■ Oft* Mi Mr • Bitj il|<| Inc M|t Approving a report submitted by its committee on building reg ulations, the association asked that minimum lot requirements be made part of the proposed zoning code. Committee Chairman Grosve nor Chapman stated that, ac cording to figures released by Col. Lane’s office, the population density .in Georgetown already exceeds the limit set by the hy giene and housing committee of the American Health Associa tion i The association’s zoning com i mlttee brought in several resolu i tions calling for regulation of i city parking lots, asking that ■new commercial enterprises be required to provide off-street parking facilities and that the area below M street between Twenty-ninth street and Key ; Bridge b£ zoned residential in stead of second commercial. Raymond E. Wilmotte. presi dent. conducted the meeting in the Parish Hall of Christ Epis- 1 copal Church, Thirty-first ana O streets N.W. civic groups through the office of Col. Thomas A. Lane, Engi neer Commissioner. The association passed a mo tion offered by Ernest H. Pull man favoring the removal of the Veterans Service Center at Fourteenth street and Pennsyl vania avenue N.W. and urged that its facilities be carried on elsewhere. Hudson A. LaSalle, president, conducteo the meeting in the Whittier School, Fifth and Sher idan streets N.W. Women Officers Honored Two women officers of Wash ington banks have been elected members of the National Asso ciation of Bank Women. They are Mrs. Virginia A. Bur gess. assistant secretary, Ana costia National Bank, and Mrs. Gladys Burroughs Stallins, as sistant cashier, Bank of Com merce and Savings. ■ —ji y 5 MIAMIBEACH Jmr / V Birthday party // Only Eastern flies Super Constellations / Miami ??<& 3 H 2 R 7 s i. \ II Jacksonville s» 2 »*. \ / / SUPER-C CONSTELLATION 60-PASSENGER CONSTELLATION 111 U Tampa 4%.. New Orleans 4”"?;™. VI n Atlanta .. % 2"**. Louisville 2**;*. II |J Houston.. no!> 4 H 45mi.. St. Louis 3 1 47 , m. ■ I I Commuter Service New York 43 KB" • Boston 18 ffi” |J with CONFIDEI HvEACTM Mr Ums fjfc 27 YEARS orDIPENDABLITIirTRANSPORTATION \^^2F <. < « 2 Citizens Groups In Southeast Vote To Merge Activities Members of the Minnesota- River Terrace Citizens’ Associa tion last night /unanimously voted to merge with the North Randle Community Citizen’s As sociation. Kenneth G. Read. sr., president; of the North handle Community j Citizens' Association, said his, group haß no pertinent problems that are hot the same as those of , the Minnesota-Rivers’. He added | that working together the two associations would be more ef | fective. „ i. The North Randle group bor ders the Minnesota-River Ter ratfe Association on Pennsyl vania avenue S.E. The merger i will bring about 35 active mem -1 bers into the new association, j which will be called the Minne sota-River Terrace-North Ran dle Citizens’ Association, j In other business. Alfred Mar , ipshaw. president of the Minne sota-River group commended The Star for "its outstanding work with the city’s citizens’ as sociations.” The meeting was conducted by Mr. Martnshaw in the Greenway Barber Shop, 3538 East Capitol street. Potomac Tunnel Favored By Gateway Citizens The National Gateway Citi zens’ Association last night adopted a resolution favoring the construction of a tunnel across the Potomac River in line with Constitution avenue and Theo dore Roosevelt Island. William P. Thomas, Jr., who presented the motion, included a provision asking for a toll charge on all vehicles using the tunnel. In other business, the associa- ; tion appointed Mrs. Mary Hoag- j land as a third delegate to the Northeast Council of Citizens’ Associations. Nearly $2 Billion of 40-Year Bonds Taken ( By Donald B. Hadley Holders of $1,917,000,000 of maturing 20-year bonds have ac cepted the Treasury’s offer to trade a new 40-year bond paying 3 per cent interest. Secretary Humphrey an nounced today that subscriptions for the new bonds, longest term | Government offering since a 50- | year Panama Canal issue ,was ! sold in 1911; amounted to 73 per! cent of the $2.5 billion of 2 7 / g per cent, 20-year bonds called for re- I demption on March 15. There will be no cash sale of the new 40-year bonds: Mr. Humphrey also announced j that owners of nearly sls billion I of three maturing issues, includ- j ing the called bonds and two shorter-term securities, had con verted $14,151,000,000 of their holdings into three new issues, including the long-term bonds. The Treasury received "mag nificent co-operation” from banks and the entire financial community in the refunding op eration, which was one of the largest in the history of the 1 Treasury. Agency Expert to Speqk Richard E. Pille, immediate past president of the Life Insur- ! ance Agency Management As sociation and a vice president of the Mutual Benefit Life In surance Co. of Newark, N. J., will address the General Agents and Managers Association of' Washington on Wednesday, Feb ruary 16. Scheduled to address the as sociation at its monthly lunch eon at the Burlington Hotel, Mr. Pille will discuss problems of agency management. Activity Tops Year Ago Real estate activity in the Dis trict of Columbia showed sub stantial improvement from a 1 year ago in January, despite sea sonal declines from the previous < month. 1 In his monthly compilation, i Hugh V. Gittinger, Jr., secretary > of the Washington Real Estate i Board, reported the District re- I corded 1,156 deeds in January, compared with 1,328 in the pre- ’ vious month, but wen ahead of >, 1,005 in January last year. Deeds of trust, or first mort gages, numbered 1,130 and amounted to $17,544,587 in Janu ary, compared with 1,223 and $22,638,354 in the previous month. They were well ahead of 869 and $11,590,128 in January, 1954. Foreclosures in January to taled 68. compared with 53 in the .previous month and 44 a year earlier. Sees Job of Filling Gaps “Advertising and wholesaling .are less understood by the pub | lie and more frequently criti j cized than almost any other op erating parts of our eco nomic sys tem.” declared President Warner S. Shelly of N. W. Ayer & Son, Inc., here today. Address! n g the opening session of the distrib u t i o n clinic of the National Asso elation of Mr. Shelly. Wholesalers at Shoreham Hotel, Mr. Shelly said both branches of distribution came into existence to help bridge the gap between | producer and consumer, j “Advertising is used to bridge i the gap in knowledge. Whole saling bridges a gap in the move ment of goods,” he said. “These gaps are real. One way or another, they have to be bridged by somebody.” Mr. Shelly told wholesalers they were in the most fluid busi- i ness that can be named and I urged them to plan boldly to meet the changes. In a letter presented at to day’s session. President Eisen hower sent greetings and ex- 1 pressed a belief that the sessions 1 should stimulate salesmanship ' and help furnish new answers ; to many wholesale problems. Honored guest at a lhncheon : was Representative Charles B ’ Brownson, Republican, of In diana, who heads a wholesale wallpaper and paint business in t Indianapolis. Dealer Show Scheduled Malco Wholesalers. Inc., has scheduled its ninth annual spring and summer dealer show for February 27-March 2, it was announced by Hotsy Alperstein, secretary-treasurer. The show will be held in the distributing firm’s showroom and warehouse at 2154 Twenty fourth place NJE. Sales Manager Appointed The Divver Motor Co. Dodge- Plymouth dealership at Bethesda, Md„ has appointed Jack Ralston sales manager. Mr. Ralston began selling automobiles in the 1920 s and was associated with the Leo Rocca Dodge-Plymouth agency until it dissolved in 1953. C&P Directors Renamed At the annual meeting of the Chesapeake & Potomac Tele phone Co. yesterday the follow ing directors were re-elected: Robert V. Fleming, John Clif ford Folger, Gilbert Grosvenor, George E. Hamilton, jr.; Fred erick G. Macarow, Jame B. Morrison, H. L. Rust, jf.; Merle Thorpe, H. Holmes Vogel, an of Washington, and E. Hornsby Wasson of New York City. Gains 29 Places in Year The Second National Bank, with $35,422,136 of deposits on December 31, ranked 572 d among the Nation’s 14,000 banks in the annual roll call of the American Banker. Its new ranking wps 2 places higher than its rating of 601st a year earlier. Brundage Will Speak Percival F. Brundage, deputy director of the Bureau of the Budget, will address the Federal Government Accountants’ Asso ciation at a dinner meeting at the Willard Hotel Thursday night. His subject will be “How to Improve the Operations of the Federal Budget.”