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LONDON.—FORMER ENVOY’S DAUGHTER ENGAGED—The engagement of Kathleen Kennedy (right), 24, daughter of former United States Ambassador Joseph Kennedy, and Lord Hartington, 26, elder son of the Duke of Devonshire, was an nounced today in the Times of London. They will be married soon, the announcement said. Miss Kennedy has been a resi dent helper at a Red Cross club in England since last summer. She and Lord Hartington have been friends since 1938. Lord Hartington recently was defeated as a government candidate for the House of Commons and declared he was “going back to the army to help win the war.” He has a commission in the Coldstream Guards._ —A. P. Wirephoto. H. W. Wells to Address D. C. Radio Engineers H. W. Wells of the Carnegie In stitute of Washington will speak on the “Characteristics of Ionosphere Affecting Radio Wave Propagation” at a regular meeting of the Insti tute of Radio Engineers at 7 pm. Monday at the Potomac Electric Power Co. auditorium, Tenth and E streets N.W. An informal dinner will precede the meeting at 6 pm. at the YWCA, 614 E street N.W. Dr. Ellsworth D. Cook of the Gen eral Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y., will speak on “Ultra High Fre quency Measurements” at a special meeting of the association at 8 pm. next Thursday in the auditorium of the National Museum, Tenth street and Constitution avenue N.W. 'Corsica' to Be Topic Of French Club Lecture Count Henry d’Ornano, chief of the Mission for Prisoners of War with the French Committee of Na tional Liberation here, will speak on “Corsica,” the fifth of a series of lectures in French, at 8:15 pm. to morrow in the auditorium of the National Archives Building. The lectures are sponsored by the French Club of the Department of State Recreation Association. 'it While you are reading this • ( & “GIVE UP THE GHOST” How much longer win m last? America may not be “a nation on wheels” much longer. Not at the rate cars are going out of service now. 5,000 a day! Think of it! Will yours be the next to head for the scrap pile? “Not if I can help it, “you say. owns ono WE DID1 And we checked owners of other makes of cars, too, in a recent coast, to-coast survey. Three im portant facts came to light: 1—Packard cars are stand ing up better. p 2—Packard owners have | needed service lest often. 3—Packard owners have spent less on service. Wartime driving is prov ing that Packard owner ship pays off in depend able, economical transpor tation! Why not keep that in mind when you can buy your next car? t Well—you can help it. First, drive that car ’of yours carefully. It may have to last you years longer than you think. Second; service it regularly. Catch little troubles before they grow up into big ones. The very least you should do is give it a complete tune-up twice a year—in the Spring and in the Fall And it's time for the Spring tune up now! Read below. See how vour Pack ard deller can do a number of quick, inexpensive things to help vou prolong the life of vour car— and also help save you gas, oil, and tires. See your Packard Dealer for a SPRINGTIME TUNE-UP Spark Plugs—Clean and ad just. Test condenser. Distributer—Clean and ad just points. Ignition—Set timing. Carburetor—Clean. Reset float. Renew gaskets. Fuel Pump — Clean screen. Renew gasket. Water Pump —Check and tighten. Inspect and adjust fan belt. Air Cleaner—Clean and oil. Cooling System—Flush. Add water and rust preventive. Battery—Test. Clean. Tight en terminals. Tires—Switch. Check wheel alignment. DA P V A D PRECISION-BUILT power ■■ I m VA H Packard-Built Rollt-Ro/ce Aircraft ■ • • ■ ■■ 111 Engines Packard PT Boat Engines PACKARD MOTOR SALES CO. 1242 24th St. N.W. • REpublic 0123 , ^ST0NTWRS F«0''bASLTSOEAVECE R0YAL MOTORS 1822 M ST. N.W. COLLEGE PARK, MD. I5KENNEDYST. N.W. - . I Gets Nursing Diploma Mary Louise Ferguson, 22, daugh ter of Lt. Col. Alonzo G. Ferguson, 2433 M street N.W., received a di ploma in nursing at the Dixie Hos pital School graduation exercises at Hampton (Va.) Institute Monday night, it was learned here today. The officer is now serving with the infantry overseas. Your War Bond dollars will speed the march through Tokio and Berlin! Driver of Jeep Herds 17 Japs To U. S. Lines By the Associated Press. WITH THE AMERICANS AT HOLLANDIA, May 4. — Herschel Wilson, with a rifle in one hand and the steering wheel of his jeep in the other, had his hands full when—up popped 17 unarmed Japanese. Wilson, who is from Hawthorne, Calif., had driven a general and two colonels to their headquarters. While returning, the enemy broke out of some woods. Willing prisoners, they indicated they wanted to go toward Tanah merah Bay. Wilson had ether ideas. He ordered them to form two lines In front of bis Jeep and start march ing. When darkness came he turned on his lights so he could keep track of them, and counted them each time he turned a comer to make sure none escaped. He turned the 17 over to officers at Hollandia. £ Many druggists ara now offering NUJOL at only <9 cants a quart Instead of 19 cants f This, offer Is good for limitod timo only. So buy yours today . . . savo 30 cants on ovary boftfof Accuses Friend as Husband-snatcher Ml SHE MJUKI her beat friend for her husband’s gi idliig In difference ... but it was really the fault of her gyn “one select”—carelessness about feminine hygiene. *glday, so many modern wives use Lysol disinfectant. It cleanses quickly, thoroughly, and .deodorises, too. Yet it's so gentle ht won’t harm sensitive vaginal tissues—just follow easy Costs so little. Write to Lehn Ir A Fink, 888 5th Ave., New York-C2, 'J'nArtf N.Y., lor FREE Feminine Hygiene Booklet (in pUin wrapper). ~ ^.FEMININE HYfilENf Owr.. 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