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Action of Congress Spurs Campaign for Waste Paper Salvage Under the impetus of ft congres sional resolution encouraging the saving of waste paper, the District Salvage Committee will conduct its regular collection of waste paper in the Northeast section tomor row, it was announced today. All streets in this area will be covered by several hundred volun teer workers, working under the guidance of the 13 area salvage committees. A fleet of trucks, in cluding some furnished by the Military District of Washington, will be used to pick up the bundles of paper which residents place in front of their homes. Police Think Baby Got Marble at City Home Alexandria police reported today that 4-month-old Roger Ford, Jr., son of Mrs. Dorothy Ford, 19, of the 1300 block of King street, Alex andria, who died Tuesday from a marble lodged in his wind pipe, probably got the marble at a re ceiving home to which he was taken on order of Judge James R. Duncan of Civil and Police Court. Lt. Russell Hawes, .chief of the Detective Bureau, said marbles similar to the one taken from the infant's wind pipe, were found on a couch in the receiving home, op erated by Mrs. Frank Benson. Police quoted Mrs. Benson as say ing another child, Joan Seese, 4, was watching the baby on the couch. She said the Seese child'called her, saying that the baby was turning black. Mrs. Benson told police she was preparing the baby’s food at the time. Mrs. Benson said the Seese child played with marbles but police said: they were unable to determine whether the child had given a marble to the baby. Commenting on the case. City Manager Carl Budwesky said he has the utmost confidence in Mrs. Ben son's conscientiousness and ability and considers the incident an un fortunate accident that could have occurred in any home. He added that he hopes Mrs. Benson will not be so distressed by the baby’s death that she will sever her connection with the city. The child was ordered placed there Tuesday after his parents failed to j appear in court to answer a charge, of neglect. Marriage License Applications Under D. C. laws, couples must apply for a marriage license on one day. wait three full days and receive their license on the fifth day. Sundays and holidays are counted the same as other days, Norman Young, 4n. 586.1 Chevy Chase Parkway n.w.. and Lt. Harriet Keutgen. ■ 18. 4007 Connecticut ave n w Roscoe Jones. Ml. Port Dlx, and Raalyn Robert. 10. 210 Florida ave.. n.w. Roy Clairborne. 28, 1411 Corcoran st n w , and Alice Poindexter, 23, 1511 Church st. n.w Hillyard Anderson, 31. 1218 3rd st. a.w„ and Lornte Green. 41. 310 Farragut at n.w. George Roscoe. 37. 1057 Biltmore st. n.w., 1 and Anne Hammond, 24. Fort Myer Anton Sturrett. 28 Fort Belvoir. and Helen BerTy, 10, Cumberland. Ohio. Patrick De Brise. 24. Niagara Falls. N. Y.. and Joyce Garrett, to, Louisville. Ky James O'Shea, Jr.. 4603 5th st n.w.. and Cathleen Haverlak. 25. Throop. Pa. Edward McCarthy, 28. 710 Emerson st. n.w.. and Barbara Moreau, 21, 4021 Georgia ave n.w Lt. Melvin Smith. 27. Fort Jackson, S. C„ 1 and Wetona Sfbastian, 22, 211 Dela ware ave. s.w. Charles Ksanda. 23, 1616 Van Buren at n w and Audrey Durland. Manhattan. Kans. Carl Crozer. 48, Roger Smith Hotel, and Nellie Craven. 42. Minneapolis. James Chaney, 40. 1008 F st. n.e., and 1 Ionise BsJch, 23. 706 a st. n.e Robert Massey. 27. 1800 18th at. a.e., and Reta Wolfes. 25, 1328 S st. s.e. William Salmon. 44. 033 5th st. ne. and Gladys Bayne. 42. 308 7th st. n.e. Harry Stevenson. 25. Philadelphia, and Bertha Gras*. 25. Chicago David Allnn. 46, 1727 Massachusetts are. n.w . and Jane Mankin. 29. Murfrees boro. Tenn. Calvin Ellis. 22. Fort Belvoir. and Amy ■ Permenter. 21, Stratford Hotel Robert Thompson. 25. Beaver. P« . and Rosemary Bright. 21, 4017 4ih st. n.w Barrington Moore Jr. 30. Woodbridge Conn . and Elizabeth Ito, 30. Springfield. I Va Alexander Dudek 78 and Wanda Sawlcki. 31. both of Ba’timore. Isham Holme*. 23. 152 13th st. s.e. and Lillian Goetze, 124, , noo East CaDj,ol at | Jam-s Rich. 26. Baxley. Ga . and Wanda Kellem. 26. 1830 Calvert st. n.w Albert Anderson, 40. Richmond, and Mat „.tte, Aycnr. 34, 413 60th st n.e. I Charles Cheek 40. and Minnie Relfard. 32, both of 21P I st. n.w. John Boyd. 20. 1818 7th st nw. and Leontlne Gensamer. 38, 1413 Girard at. R1w13ar? w01lTfr' Jfl. IIS' G st. n.w., and Ethel Fowler. 21. Ill G st. n.w. Joseph Ramsey. IS. Miami, and Elisa Brydge. 18, 455 K st. n.w Daniel Talley. 28. Tuskeeee. Ala., and Har nett Henderson. 25, 622 S st. n.w. Robert McQuall. 27. Camp Ritchie, and' Ferne Anderson, 23, GalUnger Hospital, Nurses Home. James Lynch. 51. Everett Hotel, and Lola I Lawrence, 48. Atlanta. Ga Raymond Whittington. 30. and Mary Barry, 18. both of 815 3rd st. s.e. Maurice Graham. 28, 510 1st at. s.e., and Anna Swartz. 24, 1700 Lar.g pi. n.e. James Johnson, .38, 436 M st. n.w.. and Louise Hopkins. 33. 005 47th pi. n.e. Raymond Aubertlne, 28, Portsmouth. N H 1 and Alice O'Connell, 31, 329 18th at n .e. Lester Davis, 21. Columbus, Ohio, and Maggie Hines 21, 107 I st. n.w. Rombes Varthalmoes. 40. 616 Massachu setts ave. n.w., and Viola Malandrakis, 32. Yorkville. Ohio. Millard Payne. 24. 1020 L st. n.w.. and Cortene Garland, 24, 1122 19th st. n.w. Issued at Alexandria. Melvin L. Kirkpatrick. 36. Fort Belvoir, and Mary A. Wlsman, 31. Alexandria. John H Peters, 59. and C. Frances Brooks. 42. both of Baltimore. Milton I Baldlnger. 32, Washington, and Geraldine Cohen, 25, East Long Meadow. Mass. Holmes CL Facala. 26. Washington, and Mabel B Johnson. 27. Alexandria. Jack V. Moir. 21. Fort Benning. Ga . and Amelia H. Kusnlry. 23. Washington. George Evans Moore, jr., 24. Washington, 1 and Laura Lee Potter. 17. 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