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When it’s all done the prince will have a place decorated in “decidedly American modern” taste, Mr. Fletcher said, adding that the prince insisted on this motif rather than any "period” decor. There will be bleached furniture and fine-quality broadloom car pets better than an inch thick. The prince preferred these to the Preschool Play Center Mothers' Council Elects New officers of the Preschool Play Center Mothers’ Council were announced today by the Steering Committee. Mrs. Albert C. Shire has been named president. Other officers include Mrs. Edward D. Candee, vice president: Mrs. Horace B i Ritchie, jr., secretary: Mrs. Guy Thompson, corresponding secre tary, and Mrs. Harry R. Hinkes, | treasurer. The council consists of repre sentatives of mothers whose chil dren attend the 32 District Recreation Department play cen ters. Catholic Youth Group To Hold Party Tonight The Catholic Youth Organiza tion of Washington will hold its first annual card party and dance at 8 o’clock tonight in the gym nasium at Catholic University. Proceeds will go toward a $15,000 drive to expand programs in the more than 40 parishes in cluded in CYO. Ddring the dance, to the music of Stan Brown and his orchestra, a "Miss C.Y.O.” will be selected from entrants repre senting the various schools in the area. be COMFORTABLE in a HASPEL “SIR PREME” 2.5 s0 Men who INSIST on com fort and good grooming during really hot weather wear Haspel's "Sir Preme." It's COOL because it's whisper-light and doesn't cling. And it's tailored of finest combed cotton and lustrous celanese yarns into o smoothly-draped suit you're proud to wear. Come in today and find one in your size and color. Hag pel Seergucker & Cordg-20*50 Hag pel Celanege_28*50 Hag pel Sir Ultra- -32*50 iff Siotf or * * Oriental rugs made right in his own country. The job. on which Mr Fletcher has been working both here and in New York for longer than‘two years, includes supplying kitchen equipment and utensils. The meals will be prepared in base ment kitchens and sent to one or more of seven dining rooms via dumb waiters. It even took in medical equip ment for an eight-bed hospital on the palace roof and quarters for a doctor and a nurse Mr. Fletcher worked from blue prints of the modem-type palace Since the prince served as a dele gate to the United Nations in New York. Mr. Fletcher was able to discuss the decorating job per sonally wilh the prince. Mr. Fletcher said he received a cable the other day from Saudi Arabia, informing him that all equipment and furniture had ar rived safely at the palace but that nothing would be unpacked until he arrived on the scene. He received the job through a telephone call from ^ friend in the Arabian American Oil Co. That was two and a half years ago Mr.. Fletcher said Sloane has taken on bigger jobs for hotels and the like but never in its 100 years has it handled such an ex tensive project for an individual. Panel Discussion To Be Televized Joseph B. Elliott, vice president in charge of RCA Victor Con sumer Product*, will present in dustry's viewpoint on television at a panel discus sion in the Wil lard Hotel at 12:45 pun. to morrow under the auspices of the Radio Study Group of the American Association of Universi t y Women. Dr Paul F Douglass, pres ident of Amer ican University, will be moder Mr. EIH#U a tor at the luncheon discussion. Other speakers will be Dr Franklin Dunham, chief of the Radio Division, United States Of fice of Education; Curtis B Plum mea. head of the Television Divi sion of the Federal Communica tions Commission. Edward Chey fiU. assistant to the president of the Motion Picture Association of America. Inc. Also A. D. Willard, executive secretary of the National Asso ciation of Broadcasters. Eugene S. 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