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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C. FRIDAY, MARCH IP.V* - 1 Wirt onMMr H Wjmb, l ■-■■#■; : v «•* t . ~ // ; iv» ■»- < ■ MdNA —l* SUZAN COLE Wisconsin MATILDA BOWMAN Arizona SIX MORE BLOSSOMS—The princesses and pageants of the Cherry Blossom Festival are just around the corner. These six girls will represent their States at the big festival next Tuesday through April 3. Detroit Launches Big Hunt For Missing Girl of 7 By the Associated Press DETROIT. Mar. 25.—A block by-block search of a 6-square mile area in Detroit's densely populated East Side has failed to turn up a trace of a 7-year-old girl, missing for nearly 24 hours. Police feared she had been slain A 200-man police posse con jfansburghs 7th. Bth AND E STREETS N W _NA 8-9800 Lelanese Acetate Jersey Dress Vilnius* Hand-washable! Duco Print! Misses sixes "1 /Vjg Half sixes 111 Wonderful News! The versatile Celonese acetate jersey dress with the elosticized waistbond now come in smart Duco print! 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Far cus Bluth of charges of drugging, raping and murdering another officer s wife has been set for May 23. Circuit Judge Elbert Parsons yesterday overruled defense de murrers to the nine-count in dictment. and drew a special venire of 100 jurors from which the trial jury will be formed. Capt. Bluth pleaded not guilty at his arraignment, and remained free on bond. The 40-year-old officer was judge advocate at Redstone Arsenal here when the body of Mrs. Helen Tereza Meighen, 32. was found in her apartment early last December. Ij A State toxicologist reported that she died from a blow on the i - I.—— Let Us Do Your ~ Spring Housecleaning • Upholstery Cleaning • Rug and Carpet Cleaning • Drapery and Slipcover i Cleaning <ji i,;i J| i 1 * Venetian Blind Laundry '!,! I (24 hour service) j • Chair and Sofa Seat _ f-X Bottom Rewebbing Call NA. 8-9800, Ext. 430, For Appointment Jgnsburgh's llh. Ilh AND I STllin N W -NA «■«•• back of the head, possibly in a backward fall. He said he found evidence that she had been sex ually molested. J)ut did not dis cover any trace of drugs in her body. sll.B Million Allotted For India to Buy Steel By the Associated Press NEW DELHI, India, Mar. 25. The United States earmarked sll.B million for India today to buy 93.000 tons of steel for in dustrial expansion. The sum is part of the $65 million the United States For- I eign Operations Administration has allocated to India in the cur rent fiscal year, partly as a loan and partly as a gift. "tims HO . mCtmc emut ~fh<SWi *i& d WofUXM iDodd Star Fashion Editor Eleni answers all fashion questions from the point of view of a Washington woman. Eleni keeps close tab on news in local stores . . . also covers openings in New York, California, Paris—wherever fashions are born. « Violet Faulkner answers this, and hundreds of other culinary questions for Star readers in her “Report to the Homemaker.’’ And Food Editor Faulkner constantly scours local markets to discover best buys for your budget. Now do you make Write The Star’s Readers’ Clearing House and, chances are, the recipe will be sent in promptly. This friendly Star column is like an over-the-fence exchange of information on just about everything—from mislaid recipes to housing ‘ conditions in Switzerland. - . I ! Why Grow Old? You won’t, if you follow Josephine Lowman in The Star ... How to cope with the children? 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