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Western's Hero At National 'THE FIGHTING MAN OF THE PLAINS." a 20th-Century Fox release, produced by Nat Holt, directed by Edwin L Marin, screenplay by Frank Gruber. At the National. The Cast. Jim Dancer _Randolph Scott Johnny Tancred_Bill Williams Dave Oldham_Victor Jory Florence Peel__ Jane Nifh Ken Vedder _Douglas Kennedy Evelyn Slocum_ -Joan Taylor Cliff Bailey _Berry Kroeger Chandler Leach_Rhys Williams Slocum . _Barry Kelley Hobson _James Todd Yancey -- Paul Fix Cummings _James Millie an Meeker _ Burk Symon Jersc James_ Dale Robertson Lawyer _ Herbert Rawlinson Partridge_J. Farrell MacDonald Lanyard_ Harry Cheshire Ouantrell_James Griffith Kerrigan_ Tony Hughes Currier __John Hamilton Harmer_John Halloran Travers_ Cliff Clark Holz _Anthony Jochlm Slattery_James Harrison Ferryman_ Matt Willis By Horry MocArthur Well, hand down my six guns and call me Hopalong Cassidy if I didn’t just see Randolph Scott get into a trap he couldn’t get out of without help. This unpreced ented adventure takes place at the conclusion of a picture called “The Fighting Man of the Plains,” which opened yesterday at the National. Mr. Scott is playing a steely old gunfighter named Jim Dancer and he has fallen into the clutches of a parcel of varmints who ain't fitten to clean his boots. They have him standing there by the tall oak tree and they are about to decorate him with a hemp necktie and who do you think rides up like the United States Cavalry in the nick of time? Jesse James, that’s who. Up to this point "The Fighting Man of the Plains” has been fol lowing a moderately familiar path through the Cinecolor sagebrush. Oh, it may seem a little out of the ordinary that its hero, a man loved by a few, hated by many and respected by all, is an outlaw. But Jim Dancer never did any thing really bad, it says some where here. Shot some people, maybe, but in those days with Quantrell’s Raiders there was a war on. You can’t blame him for that fellow Slocum, because that was a mistake. He thought he was shooting Slocum’s brother, another Slocum entirely, in cold blood. The detective? Why, a horse kicked him in the head. Maybe Jim did push him off a primitive ferryboat and throttle him under water, but the horse kicked him first, see. There’s not a thing in his back ground to indicate he would not make a fine 'town marshal for Lanyard, Kans., which is what he does until the villain, who owns the town, finds out his true iden tity. This is handy information, because the villain is being given a lot of trouble by Dancer over— you wouldn’t believe it—barbed wire across the cattle trails. In addition to Mr. Scott the cast of this thing includes Victor Jory, Bill Williams, Jane Nigh, Joan Taylor and a lot of other people who have long since won their spurs and possibly even worn them out again. Before it is over almost everybody is shot dead ex cept Jim Dancer and Jesse James and a Western hero who has to be saved by Jesse James might as well be dead. 1 ADVERTISEMENT._ AMUSEMENTS. TODAY'S NEIGHBORHOOD MOVIES CIRCLE 1105 h' Av*- NW *E'0,44 VAN JOHNSON. ARLENE DAHL, GLORIA DE HAVEN in -SCENE OP THE CRIME," at 6. 7:50, 9:50, FAIRFAX THEATER “SCENE OP THE CRIME,’’ VAN JOHN SON. ARLENE DAHL._ POPPIISn T Greenbelt, Md. unLbnoUil gr. 2222 HOWARD DUFF. ANN BLYTH in ‘‘RED CANYON ’’__ SUNSET DRIVE IN Lettburg Pike Rt. 7. Vj Mile East of Bailey't X Roads. Onen tit.'IO. HUMPHREY BOGART. LAUREN BAG’LL in "DARK PASSAGE.’ at 8:25; ’’CAMPUS SLEUTH,’’ 7:lo, 10:20. SAM ROTH THEATERS— CAROLINA n,h 4 t'l.^r SE ERROLL FLYNN in ADVENTURES O'' ’ON JUAN’: BETTE DAVIS in - TilTER MEETING." STANTON ^YLEL:A&ANRSIinALUtf?£ BIG CAT.” —SIDNEY LUST THEATERS nowr Til On Salto. Pike—3 Min. UnlVL-M Past u. ef Md. to. 5800 Open 6 P.M. Starts fi:30. Last Day: WALT DISNEY’S "THE ADVENTURES OP ICHABOD AND MR. TOAD In Technicolor and Told and Sung by BING CROSBY and BASIL RATH B0N3 at 7:18. 9:38._ DCPCTE'CnK Wis. Ave ond E.-W Hy SblllUUA wi 2868 9626 F.-r Parking. MARI-’ WILSON. JOHN LUND in "MY FRIEND IRMA.' at, 7-(18 ,9:30. Torpor.: Holiday Matinee at_ 1PM.: "SPRING IN PARK LAHf. MTT A Rockville, Md -firisnHJij Frt» Parking ■* ORSON. WELLES. NANCY GUILDln "BLACK. MAGIC. at JT i Qv8;?0-.^: , mor.vtHoiida# MatMrp. jift J. I TOKYO JOE. ’ vivurnnn Eastern Ave. bet. R. I. KAYWUUIfi Mich Aves WA 8899 Free Parking. VAN JOHNSON. GLORIA DE HAVEN In "SCENE OF THE CRIME." at 0:15, «• »:50-..KS£L" Holiday Matinee at 2 P.M.. ADVEN TURES OF ICHABOD AND MR. TOAD. I* A OTA Mt. Rainier, Md. IfAFlEiU WA. 9746. Two Hits! GENE AUTRY in ‘THE BIG SOM BRERO" in Cinecolor and ROY ROG ERS. DALE EVANS in "DOWN DAKOTA \>'AY’' in Trucolor. Last Complete Show, 8:50. Tomor.: Holiday Matinee ETATTSVILTE HY pits. 0551. Free Parking. RICHARD Win-'ARK. LINDA DARNELS VER O' lCA LAKE in "SLATTERY S HUR RICANE " at 0:15, 8:0o. !>:5n. Tburs. Fri.: Matinee at 1 P.M - TT*E AS' VENTURES OF ICHABOD AND MR. TOAD " _ _ ranfimi V Defense Hlghwoy UlLVblUiT a, tondovet Rd.. Md UN. 0100 Pret Parking. VAN JOHN SON GLORIA DE HAVEN in "SCENE OF THE CRIME." at 7. 9:26. TomorX Holiday Matinee at 2 F.M., MY FRIEND IRMA."___ MARLBORO »"\5"SS ~ K B THEATERS ! • npw 4913 Mom. Av* N.w. nJrUA WO 4600. VAN JOHNSON. ‘SCENE OF THE CRIME," at 1:16. 3:20, 6:26. 7:30, 0:40. ATLAS 1)11 H S». N.E. AT 1100 Double Feature_Program: CON STANCE BENNETT. “SIN TOWN Plus Tire DEAD END KIDS. “CLAN CEY STREET BOYS.”_ FREE TURKEY NIGHT. 8:15 P.M DRESSED TURKEYS GIVEN AS DOOR PRIZES. CPU H TAB Minn. Ave. at Banning aLnnlUn Rd. N.E. IU. 4-2600 RICHARD WIDMARK, LINDA DAR NELL, “SLATTERY'S HURRICANE." At 1 3:11. 5:19, 7:27, 9:49. FREE on Stage at 9 P.M. 4 Thanksgiving Turkeys Given Away HAVt AP a«> A Alabama Ava. S.E. RHIIaUn v, 4Q00 c-j 8u» to Daw WALT DISNEY'8 'ADVENTURES OF ICHABOD AMD MR. TOAD" In Tech nicolor. with BIND CROSBY, at 1:40. 3:49, 5:55. 8:03. 10. ! Alexandria—Arlington, Va. nformatlon, Piione ALet. WOO _ Rrrn 1733 Kin» s< 3443 IlbbV Parking Space. JOHN WAYNE. JEANNE DRU, "SHE WORE A YELLOW RIBBON." irronmE Memorial Blvd. A 1»t St. YIKGIlllA Ain. 6133. VAN JOHNSON. GLORIA DE HAVEN in "SCENE OF THE CRIME.” BICHMOKD 8,9 RODDY McDOWALL KIRBY GRANT in ' BLACK MIDNIGHT." CENTRE ’■EST'lfi "BEYOND THE FOREST." BETTE ! DAVIS. JOSEPH COTTEN. SHIRLINGTOM oJETS. '"HOUSE ACROSS THE STREET,” WAYNE MORRIS, JANIS PAIGE. LOUIS BEHHHEIMER'S THEATERS THE VILLAGE ,307MI« ^ t WALT DISNEY Feature Cartoon. ••ADVENTURES OP ICHABOD AND MR. TOAD,” at 8:33. 8:16, 9:59. NEWTON '2,h & New,#n s,> N E LINDA DARNELL, RICHARD WID MARK in ‘'SLATTERY’S HTJRRI CANE." at 6, 7:50, 9:40. JESSE THEATER Phone DU. 9861 .JENNIFER JONES. VAN HEFLIN in ‘MADAME BOVARY.” at 0:38. 10:04. DOROTHY LAMOUR. BRIAN DON LEVY in “LUCKY STIFF," 5. 8:20. (VI VAN !«' Si- **• I, Ave. N.W. AI la V An Phone NOrth 9689 ELYSE KNOX. EDWARD NORRIS in “FORGOTTEN WOMAN.” at 7:29. 10:03. KENT TAYTOR. MARGARET LINDSAY in “ALASKA,” 6:13, 8:47. THE VTOVfltf 3707 Ml. Vernon NEW Ave., Alex., Vo. I Blrrk from Presidential Girdens Phone ALex. 3434. WALT DISNEY Feature Cartoon. “ADVENTURES OF ICHABOD AND MR. TOAD.” at 6:10, 7:50. 9:3Q, ACADEMY “VU,*41 CONSTANCE BENNETT. BRIAN AHERNE In “SMART WOMAN." at 8:33. 9:44. EDMUND LOWE in "KLONDIKE FURY.” at 5:45, 8:36. [WARNER BROS. THEATERS For Information Call BEpabtlc 0800 AMBASSADOR “Miss Grant Takes Richmond,” at 1:45. 3:45. 5:46. 7:50. 8:55; apodal Midnight Show. Virginia Mayo, Milton Berle in “Always Leave Them Laugh ing. at 11:45. ! mu*, as At 8:50. H:35. A VAI AN Dana Andrews fn *■*■■""** “Sword ln the Desert," j at 5:45, 7:35, 11:35._ AYE GRAND Dory Cooper ln AVKu tuinnv ,.Ttsk hrct/. ,t 8:50. 9:20_ REVENLY Rita-Hayworth. Fred DblMUil Astaire ln “You Were Never Lovelier.” at 1. 4:25, 8; Rita Hayworth, Gene Kelly ln “Cover Girl.” at 2:23, 5:55, 9:25. CALVERT TIVOLI Orson Welles ln “Black Magic,” at 1, 3. 5:05. 7:15. 9:25. CENTRAL Bing Crosby. Ann Blyth bUllOltli ln ..Top the Morning." at 11. 8:25, 5:55. 9:25; Dorothy Lamour in “Manhandled.” at 12:50, 4:20, 7:50. COLONY Howard Duff ln “Johnny vviivni St<J0l piteoni.. Bt e.36, 8:15, 9:55. HOME Robert Mltchum In “Pur nUHL sued.” at 7, 9:30. KENNEDY r r * d MacMurray, nbnnpw a Mkureen O'Hara ln “Father Was a Fullback.” at 1:10, 3:15, 5:20. 7:30. 9:35. MacARTHDR Linda DamtU. rtavnsiagawn p,cnard Widmark ln "Slattery's Hurricane," 8, 7:50, 9:50, PENN Jtn>°'rW?loru1»iSJ Crlmra's J ^ , 3:25. 5:gWT7:«fci»M, l SAVOY Dan Dailey, Anne Baxter •snvva ln .-You're My Everything.” at 6. 7:50. 9:40. SECO Margaret O'Brien ln "Secret' «■»«»* Garden," at 6:25. 9:40; Wil liam Lundlcan ln “Follow Me Quiet ly." at 7:55; Hall-Hour Cartoon Show, 5 Color Cartoons at 8:55. SHERIDAN R>u Hayworth ln aaiasaaavnn .^y Qll ml" at 1. 3:06. R1«. 7:15, 9:25. SILVER c,r! Grant, Ann Sheri aiiaiMi dan ln “I Was a Male War Bride.” at 1:20, 3:26, 6:30. 7:35. 9:45, TAKOMA ‘Sky liner.” at 0-15. innvrin g.46; Howlrd j^g ln “Johnny Stool Pigeon." at 7:15, 9:46. UPTOWN ^?J1‘.r?*r(n*U.'..IR‘=h»r.d . Wiamark in Slattery g Hurricane," at 1:16, 3:20, 5:25, 7:30, Yff*?K Hedy Lamarr In “Left Live ■ w in , Little," at 6:16, 8. 9:45. STATE p*'u Chw,eh' v* rA "MY FRIEND IRMA," MARIE WIL BON, JOHN LUND! t PP I. Falls Church, Va. ““ A Traat far tho tntlro Family "YOU'RE MY EVEBYTHINO." DAN DAILEY, ANNE BAXTER. ARLINGTON WILSON “MY FRIEND IRMA," MARIE WIL BON, JOHN LUND._ |fHTA| 31*6 Wilson BlvsL JtdnlUH phan. OXford 113» "FATHER WAS A FULLBACK," FRED MacMURRAY, MAUREEN O'HARA. BUCKINGHAM "SLATTERY'S HURRICANE.” RICH ARD WIDMARK. LINDA DARNELL. Cl FRF 2130 No. Globa ltd. UIjE.DC. Fre. poking. OXford 4266 Hearing Aids ADVENTURES OF ICHABOD AND MR. TOAD." BING CROSBY. BVgtl 104 S. Wayno I*. Arlington. Vo OX 1733 "UNDER CAPRICORN." IN GRID BERGMAN. JOSEPH COTTEN. _ »FFFFR<fll» !■«» »lvd. A Amtondols Jw * tnaun M F.„, v-. FA 1040 “TASK PORCE,” GARY COOPER JANE WYATT. „ . .. n ms a=ra^=c= Fairlawa Amisanaa! Ca. HIGHLAND 2323 *1 TAN JOHNSON. ARLENE DAHL. GLORIA DE HAVEN. TOM DRAKE In "SCENE OF THE CRIME.” it 8:18, ATLANTIC LINDA DARNELL. RICHARD WID MARK. VERONICA LAKE In "SLAT TERY'S HURRICANE,” 8:18, 8:10, 10. CAPITOL MA 2 Reissue Hits! RITA HAYWORTH. VICTOR MATURE in "MY GAL SAL,” at 6:2C. 9:45. TYRONNE POWER in "JOHNNY APOLLO," »t 8:00,_ FAIHLAWN,3410tr,H3^d “ Double Feature: BRIAN AHERNE In "MERRILY WE LIVE.” »t 8:30. 9:40. BILLY DE WOLFE in "ISN'T IT RO MANTIC " «t 8:00. CONGRESS MARIE WILSON In "MY FRIEND IRMA." «t 7 and 9:30. ANACOSTIA Ts^aMT LINDA DARNELL, RICHARD WID MARK VERONICA LAKE In "SLAT TERY'S HURRICANE.” St 1:38, 3:35, 5:35. 7:38, 9:35. PARS I Marlboro Pika at District lino UUniUs H, 5151 FREE PARKING WALT DISNEY'S "THE ADVENTURES OF ICHABOD AND MR. TOAD” In Technicolor, st 8:46. 8:25. 10. LAUREL ft ALAN LADD In "CHICAGO DEAD LINE.” £. M. LOEW S OPER MR —ffKsa ansa .< Alexandria. Va. Dial AL. ISM Shows Thanksgiving, Friday. Saturday and Sunday Only! Starta Thankaaivtn* Night. SONO OF INDIA." glut JOHN WAYNE lr. 'WEST OF THE DIVIDE." Plua Three Color Cartoona. KISEB BETHESDA 7^,W^A¥* A WALT DISNEY’S “Ichabod and Mr. Toad.” Told by BING CP.OSY." at 1:00, S:4$. 4:30. 0:1$. 8:00. »:S0 PM. (Matinee Tomorrow, 1 P.M, Cont.) Court Dissolves Order Halting Paper's Series On Housing Project ty the Associated Press * PASCO. Wash.. Nov. 23.—The Tri-City Herald had legal permis sion today to go ahead with publi cation of a series of articles criti cizing the quality of construction in a Pasco housing project. Superior Court Judge B. B. Hor rigan yesterday dissolved a re straining order which had pre vented continuation of the series. But. Judge Horrigan warned, the Columbia Construction Co. will have the right to ask the court for a contempt citation if the Herald “persists” in publishing additional articles on the project while a collection case by the company against a house buyer is pending. Near Atomic Project. The restraining order was issued by the court last Friday. The newspaper's attorney. Charles Powell, argued that it infringed on the constitutional guarantee of press freedom. Publisher Glenn Lee praised Judge Horrigan’s lifting of the restrainer as giving assurance “once again * * * that a free press DANCING. SAVE 507. ON DANCE LESSONS Why wish you were 4 wonderful dunctr ..» DOS MARTISI expert! cun mulct your dresm com* true...tp* ciul 2 for l rules note in of feet... come in rifbt now or phone EXecutir* 4444. PON MARTINI Mrs02 13th ST. at E N.W. J will continue to be heard not only in the Tri-City area but in the Nation.” The Tri-City area of Pasco Kennewick-Richland is next to the Hanford atomic project. Mr. Lee said legal consultations are under way to determine whether to proceed with the fourth article of the housing proj ect series. $100,000 Damare Action. Still facing the newspaper is the Columbia company’s $100,000 damage action for articles already published. The stories were accom panied by photographs of alleged house defects. John Cartano. company attor ney, said the articles prejudiced chances for a fair jury trial of the company’s suit to collect from Lloyd Kestin, school teacher and disabled war veteran, on a ouse purchase contract. He argued that the right of fair jury trial is equal to the right of press freedom. Mr. Powell countered that this was no justification for barring publication of the stories because the company could get a change of venue to another county. Judge Horrigan held that the AMUSEMENTS. FREE!! ~~ TONIGHT ONLY—a P.M "WORLD WAR I" "Dance of the Houri's" First Showing-^-German Film Dept, of Interior Auditorium Sponsored by Wash. World Affairs Ctr. No Tickets Required IF YOU CAnImLK, YOU CAN ICE SKATE! The secret is in the fit of your skates. So - called “weak” ankles is no reason for not ice skating. Let us help you get a proper fit. It’s so much fun to glide around the spacious rink. Pun for young and old. No appointment neeeetary. Instructors always on duty. CH»vy Chasa lot Palaea 4461 Conn. Ave. N.W. EM. 8100 burden of proof to get continu ance of the restrainer rested on the company. "This has not been sustained,” he said. Graham (Continued From Page A-14.) in his honor. Sir Charles is a veryi spry 79. He enjoys' parties as much as any 17-year-older. Vic Damone, who publicly swoons for Elizabeth Taylor, wants Songstress Evelyn Knight for his first movie at Metro. Errol Flynn will remain "put" for the longest time in his life— about six months—when he gets here in January to do “Kim.” He’ll also do “Lightning Strikes Twice” with Loretta Young for Warners. Errol’s former mother in-lafr, Mrs. Eddington, is still living in his house as his secretary. 0.AVfcl RENE ANDRE 2tONT. PL°S EVE. 1:30 MAH ■"'» «“» IQ. f 1:30 !• 5 REED FIELDS jag Patrick Hiycs Presents k GLADYS In Reci'taiB SWARTHOUT I Tees, Nev. 29—8:30 P. M. B ICNNO (Pianijtj^P MOISEIWITSCHI Fire* Washington Recital B Bandar, DM. 4.—4:00 F. ML S HAYES CONCERT BUREAU B 1108 O N.W. (In Campbell Music Co.lK NA. 7161 Stein way Plano Uj What happens when he marries Princess Ghica? Young Joan Evans has post poned the plastic surgery on her arm until after "Edge of Doom” in which, says Joan, “I play a horrible person. I hate myself.” Joan's steady these evenings at ice cream bars is Jerry Paris, the young actor. Jackie Briggs, ex of Ginger Rogers, says business is fine. “I’ve AMUSEMENTS TONIGHT AT 8:30! NATIONAL SYMPHONY HOWARD MITCHELL, Conductor Wad., Nov. 23, 8:30 P.M. Series A—Constitiution Hell JAN Violinist TOMASOW BEETHOVEN. Overture Corioianus; BACH, violin Concerto in A minor (first time In Washinston)*(Mr. Toma son); NORMAN DELLO JOIO, Varia tions, Chalonne a Finale; DUKAS. L’Apprenti Sorcier; CHAUSSON, Poeme (Mr. Tomasos); and RAVEL, 2nd suite from "Daphnis A Chioe.” Prices, *1.30. *1.50, S2.IO. *2.40. S3. *3.00 (Tax Included). Tickets now on sale all Wed. concerts Symphony Box Office, Kitt’s, 1330 G. NA. 7332 Steinway Piano Box Office at Constitution Hall Opens at 7 P.M. on Each Concert Nisht Gala Opening of Sunday Series! NATIONAL SYMPHONY HOWARD MITCHELL, Conductor Sunday, Nov. 27,4 P.M. MARGARET Soprano TRUMAN —All Seats Sold— Tickets Are Still on Sale far Latfir Concerts In This Series; Dee. 18, Christmas Concert; Jan. 15. Oscar Levant; Feb. 36, Ail Orchestral; Mar. IB, Rudolf Flrkusny, and Mar. 2, Ricci Bros, in Brahma Double Concerto. Symphony Box Office, Kitt’s, 1330 G NA. 7333 Steinway Piano sold three lots on my Rogue River j property,” he says. His romance with Robert Mitchum's secretary, Reva Fredericks, is now as cool as the Rogue River. (Released by North American Newspaper Alliance.) AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. STARTING TODAY THROUGH SATURDAY Gala Holiday Matinees* ,,M-JZLt+ BING CROSBY, U - - BASH rathbone -• ^C.).r Ay TECHNICOLOR SOPHISTICATED COMEDY AT ITS BEST "5itw<*?,„rT»tu tank iew" *“ ■“* i “lOVABli jjJJJ, Stat& 7o**t&vuuv! \ UAS FRESH AS vsm*g£ | >iil!f=H»), M.Y. TIM*» I B W~OUT WISCONSIN AVE MBiMiM^^|BBii^^|JUSTMSUVnjlWAY firstTi^^ Continuous Daily from!0i20 A.M. | ■ Laurence if 1*1 Olivier ffaniiet 1 EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENT! f (-♦THIRD BIS WEEK ♦- SHOWN DAILY AT I ITTI E **•«. »•*. no I0i20, I P.M., 3e40 P.M. ■Illlifc W11M 1120 P.M.| I P.M. 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In other cars you may have to shift again—with a definite loss of forward motion. That means a lag before you get action—and maybe another shift back into high after you have passed. Not so with Dynaflow. Just step on the throttle, and spinning oil takes the path to give you extra power for passing. Response is as fast as engine response—practically instantaneous. Here’s a common traffic situation. Usually you go into second or low—in order to get a good fast getaway. | With Dynaflow, just press the gas treadle, never I touching the shift lever. Spinning oil will find the proper channel of flow to give you getaway power—power that’s ever-smooth — and great enough to step you out smartly and with un broken, velvety smoothness. ttSP&LfioSi ' nevtr shift at all? Not quite. • For emergency brak- < ing power, for starts on very steep hills with heavy loads, for rocking out of sand or snow, you may occasionally change to Emergency Low range. This simply puts the entire Dynaflow operation into an extra powerful range. But for all normal driving, you can use Driving range entirely. Oil will travel whatever course is required to give you the kind of power you need without any gear-changing whatever. ★ ★ ★ To see what a Vhale of a difference that makes— in ease, freedom of mind, and restfulness in a long day—ask your Buick dealer for a demonstration. That, plus some very particular advantages in economy of upkeep, will convince you that Dynaflow is truly the "drive of the future.” HYATTSVILLE AUTO & SUPPLY CO., INC. 5323 Baltimore Ayenue Hyattsville, Md. STANLEY H. HORNER, INC. 1529 14th St. N.W. Washington, D. C. a Tun* in HENRY J. TAYLOR, ABC N*t\uork, *v*ry Monday tvtnlnf, WINDRIDGE & HANDY, INC. 1119 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, Va. , License 380 WILLIS BUICK, INC. 8516 Georgia Avenue Silver Spring, Md. EMERSON dc ORME, INC. 17th and M Sts. N.W. Washington, D. C. TEMPLE MOTOR COMPANY 1912-14 Diagonal Rd., Alexandria, Va. 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