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| How Good Is Your Memory for Names, News and Faces?
i -—— ' “ These Pictures Appeared in The Star During the Last Week. How Well Do You .Remember Them and the Incidents They Illustrated? Try to Recall the Name of the Individual or Scene Pictured. Then Check Your Choice t Against the Correct Name and Answer That Will B e Found Under “Answers” in Column 2, Page A-9. t, _______ ■ ...... .— ■ .. .■— _ - former Boys'1 Club Members. Achieve Success in Later Life Seven former members of the Boys l Club of Washington are employed ii the Department of Justice, accordinf £ to Charles M. Fyfe. managing directo * of the club. i Fyfe has all sorts of facts am y figures about former members, whi * hsve achieved success in various fields For iiuvance. there's Dr. Darnwel 6mith, veterinary surgeon; Dariu « Caskins and Edward Siddall. electri " ral engineers: Wallace Bruder am Edward Soo. civil engineers; Wood rot ? Willson Lee. mechanical engineer, an< T Joseph Reidy. graphic arts. Rev. Thomas Farrell, a graduate o St. Mary's Academy, who was or % dained a priest recently, once was i member. In the field of accountanc; * are Richard Keefer. Frank Mans'uy “ Pete Loftus and Samuel Hook. Fou i are attending the Georgetown Schoo £ of Foreign Commerce, and thre 1 others are dentists. •» Just to vary a bit. there's Loui * •'Bozie'' Berger of the Cleveland In . . . . ■ —■ ■1 dians’ base ball club, and Franc: i i Stan and George Waters, newspape ; : men. ■ I The club has a membership t ' about 1.200 at present. ! MOONEY BENEFIT SET i1 - ! Film Here July 27 to Aid Defens . 11 Fund. ' A two-reel sound motion pictur ‘ j will be shown for the benefit of th i defense fund for Tom Mooney July 2’ '■! in the auditorium of the Nations • Press Club, it was announced yester i: day by John Jenkins, chairman of th ’ j Defense Committee. The reel include . old newsreel clips of the 1916 Prepar • edness day parade explosion, for whic! I : Mooney is serving a prison term i: : California. The showing is under th I auspices of the organized workers an i | many religious organizations in Vir ■ ginla, Maryland and the District. PARALYSIS DEATHS , TOTAL 13 IN SOUTH ® Four More Fatalitiei and 15 New Cases Beported as Fight 1 Is Pushed. By the Associated Press. MONTGOMERY. Ala.. July 18.— Reports of four deaths and 15 new t cases of Infantile paralysis In Ala • bama, Tennessee and Mississippi to night caused health authorities to ! redouble their efforts against the dis » ease that has stricken 212 and claimed . » i 13 lives. Dr. W. C. Williams, State health j 1 commissioner of Tennessee, reported I - the first thfee death;1*! that State » j today, together with four new cases, 5 ! to swell the State's total to 33. - | Alabama reported its tenth death i i and eight new oases for a total of 168. a 1 Mississippi had two new cases and a J e I total of 11, with no fatalities recorded i ! there. Dr. J. N. Baker. Alabama health officer, warned ag-iinst migration to or from the affected area in Northern Alabama, where almost all of the cases have occurred. Virtualy all public functions have been abandoned in Alabama's affected area. The opening of rural schools In Giles and Lawrence Counties, Tenn., was postponed, as was the State con vention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars at Hattiesburg, Miss. The campaign to administer a new nasal spray of pictric acid and alum continued in Alabama, but Dr. D. G. Gill of the State Health Department said the spray campaign had not ad vanced far enough for its effects to be evident. --» Rats Served as Fod. Rats reared on sugar-cane root, and sometimes 2 feet long, are being served in a new restaurant in Tokio, Japan, specializing in rodent food. Errors Doom Papers. More than 30.000.000 printed papers were destroyed ’n the last year by the British Post effice because of incor rect addresses. PUERTO RICO JURY WEIGHS PLOT CASE Col. Woodcock Informs Body Na tionalists Becruited Ari^y of 10.000. By the Associated Press. SAN JUAN. P. R. July 18—The case of Pedro Albizu Campos and seven other Nationalists charged with conspiring to overthrow the United States Government in Puerto Rico | was being deliberated tonight by an island jury. Col. Amos W. Woodcock, former 5 United States prohibition director, who assisted the prosecution, told the jury the Nationalist party recruited an army of 10,000, "with manual arms and with instructions in the use of the machete, the dagger and the rifle.” He declared the Nationalists, head ed by the Harvard-educated Albizu Campos, believed “^compulsory uni versal service was necessary for na tional defense—which could mean only armed opposition to the United States." Albizu Campos, in a 90-minute ad dress, reiterated his belief that the Nationalists, aiming for Independ ence, held the true solution of the relation between Puerto Rico and the United States. 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