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S. A. • FURORS'AFRICA • ASIA tion's Executive Committee will meet tonight at the Drake Hotel, convention headquarter*. Tomorrow’s program will lead off with reports of the Business News and Domestic News Committees of the general continuing study group. In the afternoon the convention will hear reports of the Sports News Committee, the Foreign News Com mittee and the News Photo Com mittee. Reception Tomorrow. The Chicago Sun-Times and Chi cago Herald-American will be hosts at a reception late tomorrow. Thursday the report of the Mem bership Participation Cpmmittee will be followed by a luncheon given by Col. Robert R. McCormick, editor and publisher of the Chicago Tribune. Women guests will be en tertained at a luncheon in the Am bassador East Hotel. Miss Mollie Slott, manager of the Chicago Tri bune-New York Daily News Syndi cate, will be hostess. The Thursday afternoon session will be devoted to reports of the Washington and National Campaign Committee and the News Features Committee. Dr. Rudolf Flesch will report on his surveys on readability of the AP News Report. Cocktail Party Planned. John S. Knight, publisher of the1 Chicago Daily News, will entertain the visitors at a reception and cock tail party after the meeting. Friday morning will be given over to a general business session. In the afternoon James B. Reston of the New York Times will be the principal speaker at a general dis cussion of interpretive reporting. The annual association cocktail party and dinner will follow. On Saturday the editors will be entertained in South Bend, Ind., by the Studebaker Corp. and the South Bend Tribune at luncheon and by the University of Notre Dame at the Northwestem-Notre Dame foot ball game. Claude Fullerton's . Body Is Recovered The body of Claude Fullerton, 85, former White House policeman who has been missing since he went on a fishing trip October 28, has been recovered from the Potomac River near the Morgantown Bridge, it was learned today. Mr. Fullerton was fishing with Walter Lee Farrell. 1114 D street S.E., when he apparently fell from their boat. Mr. Farrell said he fell asleep in the boat and. when he awoke, the boat was drifting and Mr. Fullerton was gone. They were fish ing near Morgantown Point, Md. Mr. Farrell reported the disappear ance of Mr. Fullerton to the Mary land State police who listed the case as accidental drowning. Mr. Fullerton, who lived at 5805 Branch avenue S.E., was a member of the Potomac Electric Power Co., police force at its Benning road plant at the time of his death. He served with the White House police about two years during the war. He is survived by his widow, a 14-year-old daughter, Joanne; his father, John Fullerton, Garrett, Pa.; a brother, John Fullerton, jr„ Dur ham. N. C.. and a sister, Mrs. Edith G. Edwards of the Branch avenue address. Funeral services will be held at the Simmons Brothers funeral home.' 2007 Nicholas avenue S.E. at 8 p.m. tomorrow. Burial will be Sunday In Garrett, Pa. Office Interiors Are Our Specialty! • Yes, Albert Manion's ■ decorating staff con do a single room, a receptionv room, or a whole suite! We help with floor plans, colors, draperies, rugs, office equip ment. }Ve plan not only for appearance — but for effi ciency! Grady Motors9 Speedy Road Service » GRADY MOTORS ANSWERS AN EMERGENCY CALL—This motorcycle comes in a hurry when you call Grady Motors—OLiver 7400. It will pick up your battery or tire and take it to Grady Motors* big, new service department at 7809 Wisconsin Avenue, Bethesda, Md., where skilled mechancis working with ultra-modern equipment remedy the trouble. 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