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DEVIL’S FOOD CAKEf HERE’S HOW: Mixture No. 1—!4 cup butter; 1*4 cups sugar; 2 eggs; *4 cup milk; */j teaspoon vanilla; 2 cups Self-Rising Washington Flour. Mixture No. 2—2 squares (2 oz.) choco late; *4 cup boiling water. Cream the butter; add sugar gradually until the two ingredients are well blended; add the beaten eggs; add the vanilla to milk; then add the Self-Rising Washington Flour and milk alternately to the first mixture. Add the boiling water to the melted chocolate; stir until thick and smooth; add to the cake mixture; mix until well blended and bake in a moderate oven (350 F.) about 35 minutes. This will make two 8-in. layers. Put together with white frosting. 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Add boiling water and brew 6 minutes. Bru-o-lator strains as it steeps—makes a crystal-clear tea. No mess — no floating tea-leaves, just lift out the filter and pour 'sSf from the pot * VALUABLE! Mall This Coupon Today! Enclose $1.25 end a box-top from any sixe box of McCormick Tea or Tea Bags. Mail to: McCesmick ft Ce, Inc., Box 156, New York I, N. Y. Please send me O Bru-o-lator(s). v—— n*. Eone. State_ CSSKO ^ XmctOiSmD 'Three Now Listed As Top Candidates For G. 0. P. Chairman •y Associated Frost Three potential candidates ap peared today to be forging to the front in the race for the Repub lican national chairmanship to be vacated August 4 by Representa tive Hugh D. Scott of Pennsyl vania. The three are Guy George Gabrielson, New Jersey commit teeman; Arthur Summerfleld, Michigan member, and A. T. “Bert” Howard, Nebraska State chairman. Former Senator John A. Dana her of Connecticut quit the race yesterday after Senator Taft, Re publican, of Ohio announced that he wasn’t supporting Mr. Danaher any more than any of several other candidates. Mr. Danaher, who had been credited with having the backing of Gov. Dewey of New York, said he couldn’t desert his law practice. Howard Supported Dewey. Some members said Mr. Dana her's withdrawal reflected anti Dewey sentiment within the com mittee. They added that this was so widespread that it was diflnag ing the chances of Mr. Howard because he was a preconvention. supporter of the New York Gov ernor last year. Mr. Howard is being boomed as a nonfaction candidate, however, as is Mr. Summerfleld. The latter, who heads the party's Strategy Committee, supported Mr. Scott when the present chairman beat off an ouster attempt in Omaha last January. But Mr. Summerfleld also is friendly with committee members who fought Mr. Scott at that time and is active in GOP fund raising, where the going has been tough this year. Gabrielson Reported Strong* Supported by the anti-Scott forces, Mr. Gabrielson was credited by some of his friends with having 30 or more of the committee's 105 votes. They said this was con siderably more than any other candidate could show. The Scott forces are against Mr. Gabrielson because he is in the same camp with Carroll Reece of Tennessee and Harrison Sprangler of Iowa, both former chairmen who led an unsuccessful move to oust Mr. Scott. Senator Martin, Republican, of Pennsylvania said he and other friends of the present chairman haven’t lined up behind any par ticular candidate. He added, how ever, that he doubts a move to reject Mr. Scott’s resignation and keep him in office will have much strength. _ 200 Americans to Attend i Buckingham Tea Today By Associated Frost LONDON, July 21.—Nearly 200 Americans will drink tea with the King and Queen at Buckingham Palace this afternoon. They will be among some 8,000 guests in the second big royal summer garden party. The party today will be made up mostly of people from countries listed in the second half of the alphabet. Americans, Russians and Yugoslavs will be among those who will mingle with the royal family on the spacious lawn. They will not be formally presented. Joseph E. Davies, former Amer ican Ambassador to Moscow, will be among the guests. So will the | wife of Maryland's Senator Ty i dings and Film Stars Robert Montgomery and Douglas Fair banks, jr., and their wives. American Ambassador Lewis E. Douglas, Mrs. Douglas and their daughter Sharman will head the American group. He’s eating the movies out of the red! Knloy the atitics of this munching fan as he stuffs himself with popcorn. LIFE studies the fad that's saving the day at the box office. AND Caia into the amazing eyes of the man who has hypnotized a million people LIFE tells how he does it! Laugh at the real-life enactment of the hilarious best-selling book. Father of the Bride. Saa these and many other exciting word-and-picture features in the new LIFE out tpday. for Your Summor Convonknco LIFE NOW ON SAII, THURSDAY l CHICAGO—PAMELA LAMPHERE LEAVES HOSPITAL—Three year-old Pamela Lamphere (right) cast a wistful glance at her month-old sister Susan as her mother, Mrs. Irene Lamphere (left), 21, arrived yesterday to take Pam home from the county hospital. Pam has undergone three operations to correct a bladder deformity with which she was born. Her parents were on the verge of divorce over a dispute involving the risk of surgery, but were reconciled after a medical panel decided the operations needed could be performed safely. -—AP Wirephoto. 3 Held in $3,000 Bonds In Takoma Park Break Two Washington men and a Prince Georges County resident were being held today in the county Jail at Hyattsville in de fault of $3,000 bond each on charges of breaking into Wade's cleaning store. New Hampshire avenue and Sligo Creek parkway, Takoma Park. The three, all colored, are Al fonso R. McDowell, 26, Fairmount Heights, Md.; William Jackson, jr., 29, of the 300 block of Forty ninth street N.E., and Charles E. Thompson, 26, of the 400 block of Sixtieth street N.E. Police said the store was broken into early yesterday and about 100 articles of clothing stolen. The men were arrested by Montgomery County Policemen J. H. Johnson, James White and Franklin Seesman and Takoma Park Policeman Curtis Kite. 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Fruits, Vege tables, Meats and Desserts have the True-FIavor and Perfected-Texture that tots with a few teeth really enjoy. Same high quality, same low price as Gerber'•jS trained Foods. Only Gerber's have so many foods your baby needs—from his first Cereal through Junior Meats. r i t* ! MANN'S POTATO CHIPS 1048 29th Street, N. W„ Washington, D. C. Enclosed Is empty 8 os. bag of Mann's Potato Chips and cash... check.-.for bowl No. 1 □ No. 2 □ Please send bowl to: No. 3 [~~1 NAME.____- Fruit design.- Q STREET---- Vegetable design Q CITY.....----.STATE.- • e ^L ,