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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, November 18, 1956, Image 41

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U 3 S. Wash. CHICMN. StA FOODS,
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Stop in soon and see how little it costs to acquire a complete
Reed & Barton sterling service.
Open Monday and Friday 9 A.M. to 9 PM. Closed Thanksgiving
Day. Other Days, 9 AM. to 6 PM.
KAHN-OPPENHEIMER, INC.
JEWELERS OF EXPERIENCE AND INTEGRITY
RE. 7-9823 917 F St. N.W. RE. 7-2073
One hour free parking, any Downtown Parking Lot
Free delivery, free gift wrapping
Divided Payments coo be arranged
#J| WHAT SHAPE IS V
YOUR SANTA IN? Hf*
pour Santa will loolt a littla lean title year because you lad I
enough cad for Chrietmae gifts anJ expenses .. y_ —J
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TLen’i no letter way to assure'yourself of a
Merry Christmas than by joining one of tbe classes of TLe Riggs National Banks
i
Our Club’* 25 Li*weebly payment* male it easy to put aiiJt
tbe money you’ll need without any strain on your poebethoob.
It's • good way to baye money for taxes, for emergencies
end for investments as well !
•S for Christmas.
t $2.00 every other weeb $50.00
to make
Our CM starts on f sure you’ll have 400 100 00
November IQ at all f cash in hand for 500 125 00
u. ( . rL . 10 00 " 250.00
ten convenient office*. I next Chnitmas — tom
fa . . rl L * i \ / I , 20.00 M * " 500.00
Christmas Club accounts may be V one of these classes
opened up to and including NOW! Payments must be maJe at the
January 11, 1957* Riggs office tsbers tbe acct. teas openeJ j
Be sure io join . . . you m« glaJ you JIJ!
The RIGGS NATIONAL BANK
•f WASHINGTON, D. C. • FOUNDED 1836
RESOURCES OVER $400,000,000 • LARGEST BANK IN THE NATIONS CAPITAL
H—in F*Jml bnna« CwymilM • Mi»U F«4ml Rm*t.« S,Ma
School Counselors Told
Os Huge Job Rise by '65
i The increasing heed for trained personnel both in industry
and the military services was stressed here yesterday at the third
> annual Institute for Secondary School Guidance Counselors at
I George Washington University.
Representatives of the Labor Department, the Army and the
American Council of Education told counselors from District,
| Maryland and Virginia public,
I private and parochial schools
I education has an Increasingly
l
" ; * i
!j important role in the modem <
,iworld.
Seymour L. Wolfbein, chief of ,
the Manpower and Employment
(Division of the United States,
Bureau of Labor Statistics, said
; 10 millibn new jobs will be avail
able in 1965 if current economic ,
‘ trends continue. More and more
iof these positions aVe so-called
white collar or smiled jobs, he
said.
Old Ideas Outmoded
Lt. Col. Robert W. Sylvester
of the Military Personnel Pro
curement Division of the Army,;
said the old idea of "anyone will
do” in the service couldn’t be
further from the truth now. He
explained the Department of De
fense tries to discourage en-l
listments before completion of a 1
high school education.
I “With the great need for spe-j
cialista and technicians in today's
military services,” he said, “a
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high school education is essential
to a service career.”
The need for counseling goes
beyond the schools into com
munity life, reported Cornelius
P. Turner, director of the Com
mission on Accreditation of the
American Council on Education.
New Test Studied
He outlined progress of the
General Educational Develop
ment test, set up during World
War n to permit ex-servicemen
to return to schooling whether
or not they had completed high
school courses. The test, still
under study, is used to determine
ability of adults to enter college
even if they did not get a high
school diploma.
“It is necessary for adults to
have high school diplomas to
get jobs in most cases today,”
Mr. Turner told the group.
City Out to Better
Safety Record
District officials have mapped
lan all-out traffic safety program
they hope will give Washington
its lowest accident fatality rate
in history.
j A. Julian Brylawski, chairman i
of the Education Committee of
the Commissioners’ Traffic Ad
visory Board, said the drive is
being pushed in the hope of
surpassing the present record
low of 59 fatalities in 1954. As
early today the District had 49
fatalities compared to 60 the
same time last year.
“Police records show that
October is the fourth straight'
month there has- been a reduc
tion in traffic accidents, deaths:
and injuries over the cor-:
responding months in 1955,”;
said Mr. Brylawski.
He pointed out that Washing
ton now is first among cities of
its size (over 750,000) in traffic'
safety.
Mr. Brylawski said the drive;
will Include distribution of 100,-1
000 leaflets by the Chevy Chase
Chestnut Farms Dairy; distribu
tion of a million leaflets in mail
going to area residents from so
cial security and welfare offices;
an Elderly Pedestrian Week;
broadcasting during the Christ
mas-New Year’s Eve holiday of
the warning that “Drunk Drivers
Go to Jail,” and a city-wide
meeting of churchmen to seek
their assistance in a traffic
safety education program.
Mr. Brylawski noted that
stepped up enforcement and a
tougher court policy resulting ln|
more revocations and permit!
suspensions would be continued
Buddhist to Speak
Venerable Huot Tath, a Bud
dhist monk from Cambodia, willj
conduct a devotional service at:
4 p.m. today in the Royal Thaii
Embassy, 2300 Kalorama road!
N.W. The Washington Friends
of Buddhism will sponsor the
service, which is open to the
'public.
■ United Givers
Close lo Goal
The United Givers Fund cam
, Paign climbed to 95.5 per cent of
, its (6.6 million goal last week.
I Volunteer workers working on
i the backlog of unfinished busi
ness brought in nearly (100,000
, during the week. The latest total
I collected is (6,302,741.
The UGF campaign is making
' it* first consolidated solicitation
for funds for 132 local and Na
tional health and welfare agen
i cles, Including the Red Cross,
i the Community Chest and others
' formerly separate. Its goal is
higher than the total contributed
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\ jflf
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it at home or at the office!
Top construction features . . . sturdy enough for o reolly
big man! Reinforced spring edges.
Chobse it in moroon or brown naugohyde from stock—or
order it in ony standord heavyweight naugohyde color.
On Display at Our Furniture
Showroam—l4l7 New York Avt. N.W. *
Order Now for
Christmas — Rl. 7 5450
a Stockett-Fiske
1417 NEW YORK AVE. N.W.
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-| Both Stores Open Early and Late Monday
,pl //.»
* K *£- V
'sss> ONE-DAY SPECIALS!
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1.59 Fruit Cakes I
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A. A real holiday treat. Cake is filled with I ' J
delicious fruit and nuts. Packed in an g
gift box.
Cashews—Vacuum packed in
■‘ 6-oz. tins. Easy to store ond
' , , serve *° y° ur holiday guests.
lighttully packaged in o gay
WmKmtyMmM rec * Christmas gift box 79c
nuts
■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ dipped in delicious milk choc*
olote to odd o special flovor.
jaOStBBStSi3 t'* 99c Heavenly Hash Milk
Chocolate -Branl nuts and
Hf marshmallow blended to moke
0 delicious confection Made
fJm B fresh daily in our own kitchen
Pound boxes only 89c
t. Carulv ‘Mntn floor,
VfatMngton ana Arlington
a
to an member campaigns last
year.
Carleton D. Smith, general
campaign chairman and vice
president of NBC. singled out the
D. C. Transit System, Inc., Sidney
West, Inc., and the Department
of Defense for praise. The Sid
• ney West Arm tripled its employe
[ giving this year .The Defense
Department is now (139,000 over
i
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SOLD—REPAIRED
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Doe* Net Darken Fleere
t MODERN FLOORS
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1 THE SUNDAY STAR, Washington, D. C. ••
■ SUNDAY. NOVEMBZ* TS.
I its (826,000 quota. Transit work
, ers are staging their own com
, pany UGF campaign.
Os the three campaign divi
sions, only the Government unit
. is over 100 per cent. It has re
i ported 10*7 per cent of its (2,830,-
;i.n . ■■■ .
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