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FOR CHEST RALLY Workers May Obtain Seats at Headquarters for Opening Nov. 7. Reserved seat tickets will be neces sary to gain admittance to the mass meeting at Constitution Hall Monday night. November 7, which is to launch the 11th annual Community Chest campaign for funds, it was announced today. Explaining that the program is ex pected to attract more people than the capacity of the hall, Joseph D. Kaufman, chairman of the meeting, outlined plans for Chest workers to get tickets. The program will include an address by Dorothy Thompson, the journalist, and a dramatization of the welfare agencies with their appeal for funds. In the plan for tickets, it was ex plained, volunteer workers who have enlisted in the fund drive organization will have first preference. Each vol unteer will receive a "claim coupon," which will enable him to claim two re served seat tickets for the meeting. In order to obtain tickets the volun teer worker should fill in the claim coupon and take it to the Social Wel fare Exhibition Hall headquarters now open at 618 Twelfth street N.W., where tickets will be issued beginning Fri day. No tickets will be mailed, but must be called for. In addition to the reserved seats admission tickets will be issued for a limited number of seats for the benefit of the general public. Volunteer workers in the campaign will be protected in their opportunity to obtain these tickets until noon on Friday, November 4, after which any citizen in Greater Washington who is interested in attending the mass meet ing may put in a request for a ticket of admission by going to the Social Welfare Exhibition Hall headquarters between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. daily, ex cept Sunday, or 10 a m. to 5 p.m. Sat urday. Plans for the campaign are mov ing forward rapidly in charge of Wil liam J. Flather, jr„ general chairman. Sonnysayings. ’At little girl say her name is little Jane on account her mamma is named jane, too. Well, I should sayl -•- . Brain Twizzlers. By PROF. 3. D. FLINT. Three racing cars rolled slowly around the curve, heading for the starting point of the race. Three men Btood at the rail. The three cars were abreast of one another, having earned the positions in the trial rung. The three men were the owners of the cars. The cars carried the numbers 1, W THEY 60 BY 60 \ FAGT I CAN'T 6EB \^WU0'6 LEAPING S and 7. The men were Hood, Boddy and Wheeler. The oil line on No. 1 broke as the race started. Wheeler’s car was red. No. 3 had already w>on *7,000 in prizes in other races. Boddy lost money on this race, but his car almost won. The winning car was blue. This was the first time Hood's car had competed. What was the number of the car that won the race? (Answer on Page B-6.) (Copyright. 1938.) DR. F.M. EDWARDS’ DISCOVERY FOR CONSTIPATION Benefits Nation of Sufferers! COLUMBUS. 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