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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, November 19, 1944, Image 8

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$58,636 Still Needed to Reach
Community War Fund Goal
Leaders Hopeful
Of Success by
Thanksgiving Day
The Community War Fund now
needs only $58,636 to meet its goal
of $4,850,000.
Since the drive closed at $4,776,
109—98.4 per cent of the goal—last
Thursday, war fund officials an
nounced, Washingtonians touched by
their plea to “go over the top by
Thanksgiving'’ have sent in contri
butions totaling $15,255. This raised
the total contributed to $4,791,
364—98.8 per cent of the goal. Cole
man Jennings, campaign chairman,
will meet with unit leaders at 4 p.m.
Wednesday in the hope the re
maining $58,636 will have been given.
A resident of Arlington, Va., for
example, sent $10 to The Star for
the war fund after he had read The
Star’s story Friday asking for $73,891
then needed. He had already given
both at his home and at his Wash
ington office.
“I feel certain,” he wrote, “that
there must be 7,300 people out of
the million in Washington who have
the same desire that I do to see this
wonderful cause go over the top.”
If each of these people gave
$10—or if everybody gave Just $1
more —the Arlington man wrote,
“the response would be gratifying.”
Refusing to allow his name to be
used, he asked that his proposal be
made anonymously to the city—
“Just $1 more.’’
The War Fund officials added
their appeal, stressing that Thanks
giving day Thursday would indeed
be a day of celebration if the 1944
War Fund drive could be announced
as the fourth community drive in
17 years to reach its goal. They
have estimated 14,500 prospective
givers in the city and 500 in the
counties were never approached for
a contribution. If all of these gave
—and some who have already given
increased their contribution—Her
bert L. Willett, Jr., executive direc
tor of the drive, said, “The cam
paign would be 100 plus." Con
tributions should be sent to fund
headquarters, 1101 M street N.W.
Make Thanksgiving Day
VICTORY DAY
The Community War Fund
Still Needs $58,636
The Goal_$4,850,000
Raised to Date— $4,791,364
98.8 Per Cent
Send Contributions to
TIm Community War Fund
ifoi M Street N.W.
Metropolitan 2284
F. L. Jenkins Promoted
By Southern Railway
Frank L. Jenkins, passenger traf
fic manager of the Southern Rail
way System, with headquarters here,
has been appointed to the post of
general passenger traffic manager,
it was announced yesterday. A na
tive of North Carolina, he began
as a clerk in the passenger depart
ment.
Mr. Jenkins will continue to live
here at 120 East Leiand street,
Chevy Chase, Md.
Church School Workers
To Meet Next Sunday
A conference for persons working
with children in the church school
will be held at 3:30 p.m. next Sun
day at Foundry Methodist Church,
Sixteenth and P streets N.W., it
was announced yesterday.
The conference aims "to acquaint
workers with children in the church
school with the materials available
and the use of them in making
Christmas more spiritually signifi
cant to children,” the announce
ment said.
The conference is sponsored by
the children's wont committee of
the Washington Federation of
Churches, department of Christian
education. The Rev. R. K. Nevitt,
pastor of Brightwood Park Metho
dist Church, is chairman of the
federation’s Christian education de
partment.
Nazi Ace Reported Killed
LONDON, Nov. 18 UP).—The Ger
man radio said tonight that Lt.
Anton Haffner, Nazi ace who was
credited with 204 air victories, had
been killed in action.
CAMERA
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Hope Lodge fo Celebrate
Masonic Railroad Night
Hope Lodge of Muons will cele
brate "Masonic Railroad Night” at
8:15 p.m. Friday at the Madbnic
Temple, Thirteenth street and New
York avenue N.W. All Master
Masons, who are either railroad
men or former railroad men, are
invited.
Representative Harris, Democrat,
of Arkansas; Judge R. V. Fletcher,
general counsel of the Association
of American Railroads; Maj. Rich
ard B. Baldwin, head of the Rail
way Branch of the Army Trans
portation Corps, and Jonas A. Mc
Bride, vice president of the Brother
hood of Locomotive Firemen and
Enginemen, will speak.
Olenn Carson Russell is chairman
of the committee on arrangements.
V. M. I. Alumni to Hold
Smoker Hero Tomorrow
In celebration of the 105th an
niversary of Virginia Military In
stitute, the Washington alumni
chapter will hold a smoker meeting
at the Army-Navy Club at 5:30 p.m.
tomorrow.
Guests of honor will Include Lt.
Gen. C. E. Kilboume. superintendent
of VMI, and Brig. Gen. E. W.
Smith, War Department executive of
Reserve and ROTC sections.
WHITE BIRCH INN
1733 Ey« St. N.W.
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THANKSGIVING, NOVEMBER 23rd
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1 P.M. Until 7 P.M.
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In November
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