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"GIVE US THIS DAY . . " Martha
H Brown, 6720 North Central avenue, Chevy Chase, Md. Best Snapshots of the week in The Star's Amateur Contest Contestants receive $2 for each photo published with the weekly $5 prize winner. All photos published will be con sidered at the end of the con test for The Star's four $25 grand awards. Winners of the grand awards will compete in the national awards paying $10,000, including grand prize worth $1,500. Photos must have been taken after May 18, 1941, to be eligible. Photos are not returned. Do not submit negatives. ' JIHHUmPH "HAY DREAMS" John C Rogers, 613 West Braddock road, Alexandria, Va. "MADONNA OF THE SNOWS." Mrs. H. H. Harriss, 1360 Hamilton street N.W. "I N VITATION" Winner of the weekly S5 00 prize, entered by John G Despeaux, 206 East 32d street, Baltimore, Md. "NEXT BEST TO A MOUSE." B Allen Mays, 1706 North Uhle street, Arling ton, Vo "HIS LUNA LOVE." Lawrence Finkelstein, 1002 Florida avenue N.E. "SUBJECT IN SHADOW." S. S. Di Marco, 1437 K street S.E.