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At Hillwoo* Ave. Two D. C. Barbershop Quartets On Top in Regional Contest The Columbians of Washington took first place among barbershop quartets in competition at Harrisburg, Pa., yesterday. Here they are (left to right): Howard L. Cranford, Charles J. Hay, Joseph B. Yznaga and William A. Ball.—Del Ankers Photo. The Columbians and the D. C. Keys, two of Washington’s bar bershop quartets, were at the top of the scale today after finishing one-two in the mid-Atlantic States district contest of the So ciety for the Preservation and En couragement of Barbershop Quar tet Singing in America. They harmonized in a competi tion with 20 other foursomes rep FREE!! | • "How To Moke Good Pictures" is just the book for any amateur picture j taker. Over 200 pages I packed with photographic ; information. FREE—TO THE FIRST 100 CUSTOMERS WHO ‘ BRING A CLIPPING OF THIS AD. j Fuller & d'Albert, Inc. J Everything Photographic I 815 10th S». N.W. ; EX. 8120 i resenting eight States at Harris burg,, Pa„ yesterday. The Colum bians won first place and the Keys second. The Columbians consist of Will iam, Ball, lead; Howard Cranford, tenor; Charles Hay, baritone, and Joseph Yznaga, bass. The Keys include Vincent Gingerich, lead; Mickey Beall, tenor; Jesse Nussear. baritone, and Edward Place, bass. Quartets from Woodridge, N. J., Nazareth, Pa., and Bethlehem, Pa., finished third, fourth and fifth re spectively in the contest. The Washington chapter of the SPEBQSA has a membership of 150 who sing in 10 quartets. They will have a “Harvest of Harmony” October 28 at Constitution Hall. Jewish Center to Show Nuremburg Trials Film The United States Army film, "Nuremburg—A Lesson for To day,” will be given a special show ing by the Jewish Community Center at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Cafritz Auditorium, Sixteenth and Q streets N.W. Edward Rosenblum, executive director, announced that arrange ments for the program have been made with the motion picture division of Fort Myer, Va. The film, originally planned for commercial distribution, is now available only to schools, colleges and special groups. It shows the story of the Nazi regime up to the time of the Nuremburg trials. Deaths Reported (From the District ef Columbia Bureau of Vital Statistics.) Maurice Emerson. 78, 3057 Porter st. n.w. Rev. Ralph Denk. 74. 1400 Quincy st. n.e. Harry Wedding. 66. 1207 20th st. n.w. Hattie McDonald. 66. 306 Woodland dr. s.e. Walter Moreland. 64. 416 6th st. n.w. Lillian Hogan, 59. 5524 8th st. n.w. Davllee Mask. 57. 1300 Clifton st. n.w. Earl Southwood. 46, 782 6th st. s.e. Charles Burke. 29. 615 Gallatin st. n.w. Bernard Armour. 29. Larchmont. N. Y. William Reed. 72, 1111 7th st. a.e. Margaret Smith, 5P. 2620 11th st. n.w. Jennie Robinson. 64, 1240 Irving st. n.w. Thomas Newman, 34, 412 K at. n.w. 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They lived in excellently constructed stone-flooqad, stone walled houses with roof supports and beams of whale bone.” One house was found in which four large whale skulls had been in corporated in the walls, taking the place of large stones. They "were quite accomplished primitive artists,” the Smith sonian says, calling the pictograph one of their finest works. Many artifacts were found, Real Estate Loans Apply in person to the American Horn* Mutual Life Insurance Co. 1757 K St N.W Why Mountain Valley Water is Recommended for Arthritis-Kidney and Bladder condition This natural mineral water from Hot Springs, Arkansas, helps to— 1. Stimulate kidney functions. 2. Soothe bladder irritation. 3. Neutralize uric acidity. 4. Discharge wastes. Atk Your Doctor Phono for a Cato Today MOUNTAIN VALLEY MINERAL WATER ME. 1062 804 12th St. N.W. well-preserved—even to discovery of a seal-skin bag for holding whale oil. The searchers knew what oil in it. Complaints About Cost Of Newsprint Studied By the Associated Press The House Small Business Com mittee is looking into complaints from small newspapers about the cost of newsprint. Announcing this, Chairman Pat man told a reporter: “We have had a substantial number of complaints, and we are looking into them to see whether a full investigation by the com mittee is called for.” Mr. Patman said approximately 90 per cent of the 2,000 daily and 10,000 weekly newspapers in the country are classed as small business. He added that newsprint, most of which comes from -Canada, costs $100 a ton. Mr. Patman said complaining publishers feel price concessions should be made in line with the recent 10 per cent devaluation of the Canadian dollar. ITCHING Tormented by itching of dry eczema, simple piles, common skin irritation? Soothing, medicated Resinol Oint ment is a proved reliever of such dis tress. Its ingredients, often used by doctors, act gently to give lingering comfort. 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