Music: Charged Symphonies

Tickets for a season of symphony concerts can run to real money. In Washing ton, D.C. last week, the National Symphony Orchestra announced a scheme for making the tariff ($67 top for the 26-concert season) easier to take. Through the cooperation of Washington's Hecht Co. department store, music lovers could order series tickets on their charge accounts, pay the piper when they settled for their millinery and haberdashery.


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