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I Free Parking in Rear of Store
OPEN WEEKDAY NIGHTS TIL 9; SATURDAYS TIL 4 n
Starts Saturday, 8 A.M .
Washington’s Birthday
SHOE =
Store
SALE
Women's Famous Makes
1,625 PAIRS
3.92 ,o 7-84
* Formerly 8.95 to 19.95
Cosh ond Carry. All Sales Find—No Phone, Moil,
C.O.D.'s or Charges. Self-Service, Naturally, Because of
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Federal Court Given
Case of Machinist in
Union Ouster Fight
A $137-a-week tool and die
maker, expelled from his union
tor alleged Communist affilia
tions, probably will suffer more
than $3,000 worth of damages
as a result, the U. S. Court of
Appeals for the District ruled
today.
The appdlate tribunal held
that, since this sum was involved,
the D. S. District Court for the
District of Columbia rather than
Municipal Court has jurisdiction
over the case. The ruling re
versed a lower court decision,
which had held the Municipal
Court would have jurisdiction.
The machinists, A1 Friedman,
had been a member of a St.
Louis local of the International
Association of Machinists. He
was expelled from the union on
charges that he was a Com
munist adherent.
He brought court action to en
join the union from carrying out
jthe expulsion. Hearing of the
injunction is pending.
In its ruling as to the prob
! able extent of damages, the ap
pellate court said: “Job inse
curity would attach to the like
lihdod of his presence in the
shop becoming a source of fric
tion. The threats to the earn
ing capacity of a highly skilled
workman ... are serious enough
to warrant the conclusion that
damages would be reasonably
certain to result from appel
lant’s (Friedman’s) expulsion
from the union on charges tying
him to Communist activity.”
! The court pointed out that
: Friedman, now 36 years old, has
i a life expectancy of about 30
I more years. “Should his wage
scale of about $137 a week be
i halved by his expulsion ... his
| loss would soon exceed $3,000.”
I Friedman had declared that,
■ if he should lose his union mem-
I bership, he would have to work
for about S6O a week at un
skilled work or accept temporary
jobs in nonunionized shops with
out certain benefits.
Catholic Educators Hold
Regional Conference
The Eastern Regional Unit of
the National Catholic Educa
tional Association will hold an
all-day conference on higher
education at Trinity College to
morrow.
The Rev. Edward B. Bunn,
president of Georgetown Uni
versity, will open the first session
; of the conference, and the Most
Rev. Bryan J. McEntegart, rector
of Catholic University, will ad
dress a luncheon session.
More than 100 delegates from
colleges and universities here and
in Maryland, Delaware, Penn
sylvania, New York and New
Jersey are expected.
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WHY PO VO U NEE TO PAY OFF
THIS EMEPGENOV/ ANOTHER LOAN
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Ith, Bth AND E STREETS NW-NA. 8-9800 / magazines-in one and '
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Brand-new Spring fashions! '*Tm
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Misses 9 sizes 10 to 20! tm 4 f • liibbiibi^^B -bb l
NEWEST FASHIONS, SILHOUETTES! LUXURY FABRICS, WEAVES!
Long-torso suits! Forstmann worsted crepes!
"Silken Look" suits! Juilliard worsteds! Pacific splash dots!
Boxy jacket suits! Miron wool flannels, Hockanum checks!
3-pc. Costume suits! Silk-and-worsted blends! Mixtures!
Lots of Spring navy suits! Checks, tweeds, monotones!
Just one word—the name—and we wouldn't have to add a single syllable—you'd
drop EVERYTHING to be here when the doors open! For this is a real once-in-a
blue-moon event! The very brand you've seen advertised in Vogue, Harper's
Bazaar, McCall's and all the other leading magazines—priced regularly from $55
to 79.95! Now sale priced at $44!
And these are fresh, .new Spring '55 styles! Long-tarso suits with a Paris look!
, Costume suits with sweaters or weskits! Luxury suits with glistening rayon satin
or metallic striped lining and scarf to match! The finest wool or worsted-and-silk
fabrics! Lots of navy, pastels, mixtures, checks! Easter's just around the corner
—so don't miss out! Come early for best selection!
. Lansburgh’s — BETTEß SUlTS—Second Floor
On Sale Saturday, 9:30 A.M. Sorry, no mail or phono orders.
A- 1 $ I i
THE EVENING STAR, Washington, O. C.
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