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... • » V • ' • • • • » • you can't fool a BabyJ HERB'S WHY— A tiny little tot can’t tell you which brand of baby food he really prefers. • But:;; when he’s old enough for Junior Foods ... old enough to make his own choice ...At chooses Clapp’s! The proof: Clapp’s Junior Foods are the biggest sellers in Junior Baby Foods today! Doesn’t it stand to reason that if a baby could make his choice he’d prefer Clapp’s Strained Baby Foods, too? Why not make your baby happier by feeding him Clapp’s Baby Foods—right from the very start! Babies thrive on CLAPP'S BABY FOODS the first baby foods wi— mkauu» Homi Food* "I've soon th« same famous label on 57 fine spices and 31 flavoring extracts— so take a tip from me for a finer cup of teal0 BUY THE RIGHT BRAND-That means McCormick - because McCormick experts blend only the prize young tea leaves to give you full body, sparkling color and a ^ ^^^vonderfu^avor/*^ MAKE IT THE RIGHT WAY-Ute fresh, bubbling, hoilmg water—not Just hot. Pour water while boiling directly on McCormick Tee Bag. Brew 3 to 4 minutes as desired. T* TASTE THE QIFFERENCEI-Your first sip will tell you there’s no tea like McCormick. Created by America’s larg est spice, tea and extract house, famous for flavor for 58 years. Look for the tea with th^^gMC^^^^^^ Experienced Advertisers Prefer The Star * f Dr. Edward A. Bailoch Rifes Will Be Held Here Tomorrow Funeral services for Dr. Edward Arthur Bailoch, 91, prominent Washington physician for many years and dean emeritus of the Howard University medical school, will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow in his home, 2022 Columbia road N.W. The services will be conducted by the Rev. Paul Sperry. Burial services will be private in Rock Creek Cemetery. Dr. Bailoch died Tuesday night after a long illness. He was bom in 1857 at Somer worth, N. H„ and was graduated from Princeton University in 1877 and from the Howard University medical school in 1879. Served School 50 Tears. He served the medical school for 50 years as instructor, professor and dean. On the day of his death, the Howard University annual alumni award was conferred upon Dr. Bailoch in absentia. He held an honorary master of arts degree from Princeton and a doctor of science degree from Howard. A practicing surgeon as well as a medical teacher and author. Dr. Bailoch was past president and the oldest living member of the Medi cal Society of the District of Co lumbia at time of his death. He was also a former president of the Washington Surgical Society, the « mX_CA«Uit( anH fVtA flvn _ wuwp*^*** -j —-- " ecological and Obstetrical Society. Dr. Balloch was a fellow; and founding member of the American College of Surgeons and was a member of the Southern Surgical Society. For many years he served on the District Board of Medical Ex aminers. During World War I he was active as medical consultant on local draft boards. Cosmos Club Member. He had been a member of the Cosmos Club -eince 1902, a past president and oldest living member of the Princeton Club of Washing ton and a Son of the American Revolution. He was also formerly a member of the Washington Golf and Country Club and the old Washington Bicycle Club. In 1886, Dr. Balloch married Miss Lillian Foster McGrew, of Wash ington. Mrs. Balloch died in 1935. He is survived by a daughter, Agnes Balloch Dawson, wife of Ambassador William Dawson, United States representative on the governing board of the Pan Ameri can Union; one grandson, Edward Balloch Dawson, and by three great-granddaughters. Red Generals Told to Study Marxism to Aid Careers Sy th» A»»ocio*«fi 5r«l MOSCOW, Mar. 4.—Soviet gener als were told today that ability and bravery alone are not sufficient for advancement. They must also be fully grounded in Marxism and Leninism. Red Star, the army newspaper, said in an editorial that generals must- constantly improve their "Ideological preparation." The edi torial disclosed a new directive by the political administration. ooviet genvraia wnu iau w such gtudleg will lose out In assign ments to responsible military posts, said Red Star. The army paper said R is Im possible to comprehend Stalinist military science without ceaseless study of Marxism and Leninism. They cannot give their full value to society without understanding Communist Ideology, said Red Star. ! A Low-cosf Feast/j Split Pm Soup i Aunt Jemima Pancakes* | Butter and Syrup Coffee » Frozen Fruit Salad I ! 'jutt odd milk or wotor. p m try | tln» | | t tor | U« | ft Col. John H. Brewer Rites Planned Tomorrow Funeral cervices for Col. John H. Brewer, 43, Army Signal Corps, who was killed May 12, 1943, in a plane crash while on a secret mis sion from Fort Moresby to Doba bura, New Guinea, will be held at 10:30 am. tomorrow in Walter Reed Chapel. Burial will be in Arling ton Cemetery. Col. Brewer, a native of Nor wich, Conn., was graduated from West Point in 1924 and, in 1925, re ceived his master of science degree from Yale. He served in Panama from 1929 to 1931 and was post sig nal officer on the general staff in the Philippines from 1935 to 1937. He was post signal officer at Lang ley Field, Va., until 1941 and the following year he was the first com m&nder of a Signal Corps regiment which was organized In Seattle. He helped organize the radar school at Drew Field, Fla., and was sent overseas in October, 1942, to set up radar stations on New Guinea. He was attached to the 5th Fighter Command in the South west _ Pacific. He held the Legion of Merit Award. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Catherine Cosgrove Brewer; a son, John H. Brewer, Jr., both of 6608 Fourteenth street N.W.; his father, T. F. Brewer, and three brothers, Edward, William and Clarence Brewer, all four of Norwich, and Dr. T. F. Brewer, Jr., Hartford, Conn. In 1942 United States men indus trial workers averaged 10 days loss of work because of illness, women 12 days. In Georgetown it's "Dayid Richard" for famous Labels no The “Bold” Look for young men “SCOOP” Spring Felt *10 For college men and young men who dress the smarter way ... the new "Scoop" felt by Mallory. Note the tapered crown, narrow brim, roll back. Cravenetted to re list shower spots. Other Mallory Spring Felt* • priced from_7.50 to $15 by k now, again, you can get these husky shoes with thick, spongy crepe soles that are really l-o-n-g on walking ease, crafted by Spalding in a favored Blucher. Cordo-color calfskin Boige, blue arfa brown Bucko' shoes since 1869———^—^^————— This is Washington’s Oldest.18"**I,ni Largest. (A solid acre of food) Retail Market * Under One Roof! . . . where you may purchase anything and everything, from everywhere, for every body! . . . where you find the rare and the un usual, delicacies for a special occasion, choice tidbits from the world over! . . . where corporation presidents and . their secretaries rub elbows in order to grace their tables with the finest of fare befitting the income of each! . . where more than 90 food specialists, some of whom have served four gene rations of Washingtonians, stand ready to serve you with the necessities of life and the niceties of living! . . where, each shopping day of the week, you enjoy the wonderful combination of old-fashioned courtesy and years ahead conveniences! / Star Staff Photo by A. C. China “Quality for Quality, Your Food Dollar Goes Farther at Center Market City!" 5TH & K STREETS,N.W. I 'S ^4 '