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Veterans' Unit Starts
Work on Program for 'American Day' A subcommittee to plan Washing ton's program for "I Am an Amer ican Day, May ie, started work today under the chairmanship of Pol Waldron E. Leonard, director 0f the District Veterans Service Center. Col. Leonard was selected for the p°st at 411 organization meet ing yesterday of the 1947 "I Am an American Day" Committee by Her bert Jacobi, committee chairman. Mr. Jacobi was elected chairman ,t the meeting. The program subcommittee is to work up a tentative plan for cere monies at the Monument Grounds and submit it to the full Committee gt its next meeting April 13. Many Ideas Offered. A number of ideas expressed at yesterday's meeting will be con sidered by the subcommittee. It was suggested the program start about 3 pjn. and feature service bands, recitation of the pledge of ,llegiance, a massing of the colors by patriotic organizations. Boy and Girl Scouts as ushers, a celebrity from the screen or radio world, a ipeech by a prominent person, marching by the high school cadet corps, prayers by leading clergymen and singing of patriotic songs. Other suggestions were the selec tion of an "All-American" District boy and girl to interest 'teen-agers in attending and emphasis of the 4mrt rAfiiHATlfe Af prohibited from exercising the vote. Tenure of Chairman. The committee decided the chair man elected each year for the cele bration would remain as chairman until the opening meeting held for the next year's program. "I Am an American Day" was set by presidential proclamation on March 1. The District Commission ers followed with their own procla mation on March 27. It to held to honor the 2,000,000 native-born Americans who come of voting age each year, as well as Immigrants who have qualified for citizenship. Citizens Council Extends Photo Contest Deadline The deadline for entries in the photo contest sponsored by the Citi zens Council for Community Plan ning has been extended one week, it was announced today. Entries received by 1 p.m. Monday *t the office of Waldron Faulkner, Room 1008,917 Fifteenth street N.W., *111 be eligible. An announcement will be made next Tuesday giving the time and place of the exhibition of entries and the date on which prize winners will be named. Marriage License Applications Under D. C. laws' couples must apply for a marriage license on one day, wait three full days and receive the license on the fifth day. Sundays and holidays are counted the same as other days. and Goldie Bagley, 26. 900 13th st. n.e. Gordon Brown. 31. 2025 11th st. n.w., and Lucy Strothers. 19. 631 Fia. ave. n.e. Henry Pirit. 23. 5312 Central ave. i.e., and ABne Bullock, 31. 1831 Calif, «t. Charles Harris. 33. 723 Ο st. n.e., and Rebecca Ross, 28, Paris, Va. Jesse Allen, 34. Arlington, Va., and Jose phine Ross. 23. 423 7th St. n.e. Lewis Roberts, 37. 18 Ν. Y. ave. n.w., and Elsie Vance, 1709 Ν. H. ave. n.w. Isldro Cabezas. 31. and Rebecca Mendoza, 31, both of 2840 Woodland dr. n.w. Charles Robinson. 23, 1215 10th »t. n.w., and Myrtle Bost, 25, 2009 32nd pi. e.e. Jonathon Summers. 21, and Dorothy Miles, 23. both of 4623 Davenport st. n.w. John Brozo, 32, Indianapolis. Ind., and Christine De Binder, 25, Bethesda, Md. Joseph Robertson, 20, 314 9th st. s.e., and Peggy Lyman, 27, fil 8 Eye st. n.e. Stewart Embrey, 20, 777 7th St. s.e., and Dorothy Williams, 20. 1132 29th st. n.w. Charles Williams. 21. and Shirley Moore, 18. both of 253 14th pi. n.e. J"red Karnas. 31. Rome, Ν Y., and Marlon Munger. 3000 9th st. n.w Charles Taylor, 34, 458 Ο st. n.w and Alice Brooks. 21. 1207 5th st n.w. Dewey Pmckney. 21, Ft. Myer. and Nancy Watkins, 1.9. 411 7th St. s.e. James Wall. *i7. and Sadie Hayes, 26, both of 24 Eye st. n.e. Ouadenclo Guyot. 37, Warrenton, Va., and HUda Campos, 24, 5823 Colo. ave. Leonard Harde.i. 28, 2018 Md. ave. n.e., and Carrie Rone, 25. 1919 3d st. n.w. Herman Middleton, 24, Newburg, Md., and Edna Hawkins, 25, Elkridge. Md. William Jackson. 25, 1254 Carrollbur* pi. . s.w., and Melba Hendetson, 19, 767 Howard rd. ».e. William Gantt. 31. 6374 Rollins ave. i.e., and Theresa Parker, 18, 6102 H st. n.e. WU1U Slmpeon, 46, and Margaret Scott, 3<T both of 1533 8th it. n.w. Lorenio Everette. 27. 1012 8th it. n.w,, and Mauaret McDowell. 25. 3534 1.1th Clarine* Stewart. 34, 1410 11th *t. n.w.. and Edna Henry, 23, 1542 8th St. n.w. Howard Knox, 35. 801 Division ave. n.e , and Henrietta Jackson, 5348 Grant *t. Kevin Fitzgerald. 33, and Mary Doyle. t7, both of 3818 Morrison st. n.w. William Hampton. 35. Bethesda, Md . and Naomi Poppleton. 19. 416-Λ Warner *t. n.w. Robert Bell. 23, 504 3d St. n.w., and Katherine Deflette. 20. St. Elizabeths Hospital. Wilbur Jackson. 30. and Ruth Anthony. 25. both of 444 N. J. ave. s.e. Jackson Klnzer, 39. Arlington. Va., and Mabel Ashcraft. 35. 1841 Col. rd. n.w. Glenn Blvens. jr.. 25. Sharon. Pa., and Helen Hanger, 29. 42" C St. n.e. Alphonso Coccia. 21. 1835 L st. n.w . and Corinne Stark, 22. Hyattsvllle. Md. Jay Parkinson. 26, Anacostia, and Mar celle Taplo, 24. 3169 Mt. Pleasant »t. n.w. Wayne Brandenburg. 25, Anacostia. and Zeta Patterson, 3169 Mt. Pleasant St. Qmrtlandt Piehler. 37, Arlington. Va , and Alice Bailey. 28, 4217 46th »t. n.w. iriitophcr Hercule*. 202# Allen pi. n.wa and Christine BrasweU, 30, 326 18th Richard Bauscn. 26, 1338 Kearny St. ft.·., . and Dorothy Baird, 20. 101 2nd «t. n e. John Bryant, 47, id Sara Pate, 44, both of 2901 S st. i.e. . Kick Destefano, 18, 2000 R «t. η.*., and . Rose Piacenti, 20. 1735 18th at. njf., John Smith. 21, Navy Rec. Sta., and Elaine . Ruftt, 22, 3610 Minn. ave. s.e. John Fttscerald. 22, and Lonnie Martin, 22. both1 of 1207 Sd St. s.w. Joseph Jackson, 21. 1248 22nd st. n.w., and Mary Whltaker, 21, 1633 16th St. n.w. Marcellus Rouley, 34, Alexandria. Va., and _ Ruth Morgan. 28, 1244 Md. ave. n.e. Harvey Cow tee, 47. and Lonie Coley, both of 617 L St. n.w. William Holmes, 18. 1700 Seaton St. n.w., and Juanlta WaUace, 16. 1849 Provl _ dence st. n.w. Benjamin Cutler. 23. 614 Irvine St. n.w., . and Betty Shelton, 19, 1818 12th it. _n.w. Waiter Hatcher. 22, 6059 Central ave. s.e., and Lydia McGray, 4806 Ala. ave. ' s.e. Herman Easter, 23. 617 Ρ st. η w„ and „ Bessie Biggs. 22, St. Pauls, N. C. Philip Goodwine, 37, 1103 3th St. n.w., and Gertrude Marsh, 29. 313 13th st. s.e. Bernard Parker, 23, 207 Ο st. n.w., and Dorothy Samuels, 18, 1105 D St. n.e. Clifton Richardson. 40. 58 Eye st. n.e., and_Aj[nes_ Johrson, 35,_ 103 Ν st. s.w. Hubert EUerbe, 21, 1724 7th St. n.w., and Ethel Hart, 17, 350 M pi, s.w. Russell Goines, 27, 48 Myrtle st. n.e., and Evelyn Brown, 26, 128 P.andolph pi. n.w. Lester Easterling. 21. 4>7 Que St. n.w.. and Marion Dockett, 18. 61 Penton St. n.e. Christopher Moody. 21, 332 Κ st. s.w., and Christine Weldon, 21, 223 D st. s.w. Walter Constantine, 42. Bladensburg. Md., and Katherine 8trohecker. Baltimore. John Dellinger, 39, Washington, D. C„ and Maybell Wiley, 27, BlUefleld. W. Va. William Baehm, 22. and Sean Friese, 19. both of Baltimore. Vincent Spencer. 31. Pennsylvania Hotel. and Mary McGregor, 28. Alexandria. Va. Crawford Currin, Jr.. 2Θ, 55 Bryant st. n.w., and Eisa Jansen, 25, 46 Bryant st. n.w. Paul Richardson, 31, 4423 Hunt pi. n.e.". and Thomasina Jenkins, 23, *139 R st. . 49 ...13 < ._ ... 4210 4th «t. O.W. 320 Β tt. i.e.. and Michael ΊλΟτοκλ, *0?si»? Mildred Lamm. Raymond**TUghman·'^*' ΪβΙ'1 C et. ».*. and M*it Jameaon, 32, 400 A «t. a.e. Wilson Robinson. 33. 717 8hrpherd «t. n.w.. and Mary Hoover, S3, 2233 Perry Paul' Chase, 21. 534 Crittendon at. η .jr., and CaroljTi Eddlnter, 18. 4701 8th it. n.v. Daniel Thompson, 27. 19 You it. n.w.. and Elicabeth Hannery. 18. 3920 13th it. Hairy Bobst. Jr., 32. 4807 41 it It. n.w., and Doris Chamberlain, 19, 4400 Garri son it. n.w. Jack Bryson. SI. 4128 Faraday pi. n.w.. and Mary Lusk, 18, 4β3ο Tama st. n.w. Paul White. 32. 1524 East Capitol St., and Isabel} Carrer», 22, 61 Kennedy st. n.e. Watt West. Jr.. 26. 1330 Massachusetts aye. n.w., and Marion Cecil, 31. 4021 19th st. n.e. _ Charles Poster. 52. Brooklyn, V. T., and Pauline Smith, 30. 1228 Eye St. n.w. Loraine Philpo'.t, 37. 1775 Massachusetts ave. n.w., and Lucille McNabb, 36, 16th and R sts. n.w. John Jones, 23. 1347 Columbia rd. η w„ and Rath Dreyer. 1338 Fairmont st. n.w. Thomas Cassese. 27, Boiling Field, anfk Frances Armstrong, 25. Arlington, Var John Skcrn, 43, 1764 F »t, n.w.. and Vic toria HouctUd, 45. 121Î Massachusetts Thorns?"Dirt», 21, 1020 9th It. n.w.. Hid o. 18. 731 3rd at. n.w. 22, Potomac Park, and Zlnda, 20, 1437 Kennedy »t. n.w. Marriage License· laaed at *eckville. Oeone P. Sonder. 26. Laurel, and Hair B. Seibel. 18, Spencervllle. Md. _ John K. Clancy. 3d, Olmstead, HI, and Anne Clancy, 34. Silver Sprint. Herman Jackson, 23. and Ernestine Jenius, 23. both of Washington. Prank D. Bowe. 22. and Ealeaae Horn 18. both oi Washington Arthur H. Davis. 28. and Julia Matlak. 25. both of Washington. George Adams, 23. and Antoinette Lapa. 24. both oi Washington. Eugene Johnson. 21. and Pearllne Adams, 21,· both of Washington. _ Willie Youna. 23. and Annie McDonald, 21. both of Washington. Arthur Jackson, 21. and Henrietta Davison, 21. both of Washington. Jesse Mag ruder. 50, Derwood, - Md., and Oree Howrth. 33. Washington. Leo Lyons, 23. and Thelma Paina, 26, both of Silver Spring. Joseph Dean. 42. and XJncay Clark. 37, both ot Washington. Thomas Kierstead, jr.. 22, Exeter, Ν. H.,· and Leah Todd, 20, Washington. Walter Owens. 17. and Ethel Wharton, 16, both of Washington. Nelson BelL 8S, tod K»U« William·, S·., Lee Hannen. Durham, N. C-. 34. uni Doro thea Williams, 1β, E. Liverpool. Ohio. Charles C. PiedotU, 37, Woodbonrnt. Pa., and Betty Shaw. 19, Lanshorna, Pa. Charles Lacy. Jr., 21, and Dorothy Brown, 20, both of Washington. Norman Morts η. 23, and Reba Louise Tarplej, 23, both of Washington. John J. Johnson. 50, and TCmmle Nell Olson. 46. both of Potomac. Md. David M Washburn, 38, and Ethel Gam bill, 87. both of Washington. Norman Echard, 21, and June Hasan, IS, both of Washington. William Pannine, 27, Washlnston. and Marion J. Tenblad. 27. Mount Rainier., William Pleasants. .'!4, Bumpass, Va., and Mildred Sharpe. 28, Frederick Ball, Va.j ΓΛΥ /9 O/ÙichW"' FINE FIAVO ADVERTISEMENT. 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