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LOST: MISERY OF NARSH LAXATIVES •‘It’s wonderful—how much better I feel. And I need no more laxatives— all due to eating one dish of ALL J; BRAN daily! I sin cerely recommend this cereal.” Mrs. J.A.Hamma,1226W. Main St., Portland, Ind. Just one of many unsolicited letters. You, too, may expect wonderful relief if constipation is due Sr to lack of bulk in your diet. Just eat one ounce of crisp, flavorful ALL BRAN daily, drink plenty of water. If not satisfied after 10 days, send the empty carton to Kellogg’s, Battle Creek, Mich. Get DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK. ri a< z V * *“ > I " j J ■s SENSATIONAL GRIFFIN LIQUID WAX mxx&zm : \ V s % • f'. i 9 / JUST APPtY LET DRY! You’ll get a bright sparkling "dress up” shine in a jiffy. Scuff marks I recolored too! Special Griffin carton serves as non-tip bottle holder. - ~ r g y * Block • Brown Tan • Oxblood t i uuinifc SELF POLISHING LIQUID WAX . Thomas A. O'Donnell, Restaurateur, Leaves Estate of $254,C J Thomas A. O’Donnell, well known restaurateur, who died here September 24 at the age of 59, left an estate valued at more than $254,000, it was revealed yesterday when a petition for probate of his will was filed in District Court. The will itself was Hied in Sep tember. Mr. O’Donnell’s estate includes valuable real estate in Maryland and Florida and more than $113, 000 in personal property. The largest single real estate item is the Springdale Farm in Prince Georges County, Md., valued at $100,000. The personal property includes shares of stock in O'Donnell’s Sea Grill, Inc., the shares being esti mated to be worth $55,857. His estate was built from two restau rants at 1207 and 1221 E street N.W. Under terms of the will, pre viously announced, Mr. O’Don nell’s mother, Mrs. Emma Major, of Marlboro, Md., will receive $150 a month income for life. The widow, Mrs. Mildred O’ Donnell, is to receive one-third of the residue. Another third is to be divided among three daugh ters, Mrs. Janice Edelbut of Chevy Chase, Md., Mrs. Eileen Wolchick of Alexandria, Va., and Mrs. Dorothy Freund of Pelham. N. Y. The remaining third is to go to Miss Marie Ethridge, who lives at No. 1 Scott Circle. Miss Ethridge is a sister of Dr. Clayton B. Eth ridge, 2032 Belmont road N.W., and a long-time friend of Mr. O’Donnell. Dr. Ethridge and At torney Charles E. Ford were named executors of the estate. Births Reported ] (Prom D. C. Bureau of Vital Statistics.) ! Timothy and Addis Augustine. boy. Leonard and Prances Bachetti. girl j William and Mary Barbour, girl. Henry and Everlta Benit. girl. I Gordon and Helen Bowrn, boy. ) Louis and Mary Brackett, boy. Laurie and Mary Burgess, boy. 1 Abe and Minna Cherry, girl. I Roy and Phyllis Church, boy. ! Hoyt and Hilda Collis. boy. 1 Jack and Ruth Culotta. girl. ■ David and Shirley Davis, boy. ! Stanley and Vesta Decrency. boy i Millard and Juanita Dennison, girl. Robert and Jane Donahue, girl. ; Anthony and Jeanne Drule, girl. Roland and Arlene Empey. girl. George and Ann Fisher, girl. George and Julia Fisher, boy. Alvin and Emma Fowler, boy. Joseph and Aronia Five. girl. William and Hilda Gibbs, girl. James and Winifred Gingrich, boy. Pat and Pauline Goforth, girl. Robert and Mary Grimes, girl. Charles and Claudine Griggs, boy. Nathan and Ruth Habib, boy. Robert and Ellen Handley, boy. Tommy and Sally Hopkins, boy. Kermlt and Teck Judd. boy. Murray and Estelle Kahn. girl. Wilson and Jean Kline, girl. Raymond and Margaret Lake, girl. Sherman and Jewell Lampl. girl. Raymond and Rowena Lawn. boy. Robert and Helen Lentz, boy. Stuart and Marie McKenzie, boy. Harvey and Virginia MacKlntosh, boy. John and Joyce Malone, boy. Louis and Claire Marcus, girl. Francis and Eraine McDonald, boy. Oscar and Mariorle McGregor, girl. Beacher and Della Moody, boy. Robert and Betty Mosley, boy. LeRoy and Louise Powell, boy. William and Juanita Pucillo, boy. Norman and Emily Right, boy. | Walter and Meda Rynex. girl. * Leslie and Helen Schaefe' boy. John and Mary Schroedt,, boy. ■ Nester and Mildred Scony. bey. ! Sammie and Geneva Smith, bey. i Jack and Marjorie Stallings, boy. William and Ruth Stewart, boy. I Norvel and Pauline Stlth, boy. Richard and Elizabeth Tatum, boy. John and Beverly ThtrnspeoHp boy Russell and Dorothy Thompson. boy. Henry and Reba Tolliver, girl. Gordon and Mary Warfield, boy. Harley and Madeline Watkins, glri. Charles and Doris White, girl. James and Mary Wilkinson, boy. John and Virginia Winn. boy. Lawrence and Madle Wolfe, boy. John and Alyce Wood. girl. John and Marian Yaworski. girl. Frank and Ionia Zelenka. boy. Gerald and Elizabeth Coleman, girl. 1 George and Sarah Coin. girl. I John and Rosie Cook. boy. Lee and Mary Douglas, girl. Robert and Josephine Hawkins, boy. Walter and Dorothy Lancaster, boy. John and Irene Marshall, girl. John and Frances McLurkin. girl. Alexander and Lottie Medley, boy. H. John and Katherine Porter, boy. Curtis and Helen Saddler, boy. Augustus and Margaret Stallsworth, boy. William and Mary Sutton, boy. Redd and Mary Ward. boy. Hillard and Flossie Whittaker, air'. Edward and Margaret Williams. girL Deaths Reported • From the D. C. Bureau of Vital Statistics.) Florida Neff, BO, 2660 Woodley rd. n.w. Helen Brownlee, 87. 2400 16th st. n.w. Mary Lucas. 85. Unknown. Linda Steuart, 81, .'(058 R st. n.w. Ellen Quigley. 80, 812 8th st. n.e. William Jamieson, 76. 3500 14th st. n.w. Herbert Lee, 76, not siren. ; Mabel Vandergrlft, 75. 646 8th st. n.w. Ida Hayward, 73. 2307 1st st. n.w. Elsie Little. 72. 3010 O st. n.w. John Kuhn, 72. 1019 E st. s.e John Meier, 69, 221 13th st. s.e. August Kllppstein, 66. Silver Spring, Md. Harry Robb, 66, 3020 Tilden st. n.w. Allle Clark. 64. 432 6th st. n.e. Florence Daniels. 59. Poughkeepsie, N. T. John Tucker. 69, 5402 39th st. n.w. Roy Black. 57. Spencerville, Md. Margaret Wald, 56, 1527 Rosedale st. n.e. Nathan Blum. 54. Bethesda. Md Anastasia Nolan. 52. 4113 4th st. n.w. Lexle Brown, 51. 1308 Randolph st. n.w. John Ryder. 50, 1423 Minnesota ave. s.e. Myron Robeson. 44, 5113 44th st. n.w. Harvey Brown, 42, 1618 Varnum pi. n.e. Carol Murphy. 34, 1709 N st. n.w. Genevieve Balcom. 33, 3301 East Capitol st. n.e. Alice Sutton, 85, Blue Plains. D. C. Fannie Bell. 84. 906 8 st. n.w. Mary Brown. 82. 4432 Kane pi. n.e. Ernest Brown. 80. 1456 Oak st. n.w. Emma Hatcher, 78, 631 Rhode Island ave. n.w. Eleanors Fletcher. 72, 105 R st. n.e. John Davis, 69. 23 Myrtle st. n.e. Emma Strothers, 66, 4439 E st. s.e. Josephine Harris, 85, 1341 V st. n.w. George Pinkney, 65, Naylor, Md. Mary Dent. 62, Monrovia, Md. Frederick Lyles, 63. 817 25th st. n.w. Joseph Jackson. 53, 1860 California st. n.w. John Jackson, 50, 414 9th st. n.w. Leon Brown. 47, Rockville. Md. Napoleon Harling, 30, 1148 Bladensburt rd. n.e. Virginia Wilson. 18. 1725 Euclid st. n.w. Truman to Accept Memorial Carillon at Ceremony Dec. 21 While These Bells Ring Safely Rest, Freedom Lives These words will be inscribed on the console of a $25,000 caril lon in Arlington Cemetery amphi theater, to be accepted by Presi dent Truman from the Amvets for the American people at 3 p. m. De cember 21. At that time, the plaintive notes of the English chimes and Flem ish bells will ring out publicly for the first time. Thereafter, each day at the hour of retreat, the bells will sound a memorial from the World War II veterans organiza tion to those who died in the war. President Truman will lead a motorcade of National and Dis trict officials to the cemetery for the dedicatory seervices. Dr. Arthur Bigelow, bellmaster of Princeton University, and in ternationally known carillonneur, will play the instrument at the dedication program. Participating in nonsectarian religious services will be the chief chaplains of the Army, Navy and Air Force. Leslie T. Fossel of Washington was appointed gen eral chairman of the dedicatory committee by Harold Russell, na tional commander of the Amvets. Mr. Russell and other represent atives of Amvets met today with Charles Stofberg, special assistant to Commissioner John Russell Young, to go over plans for civic participation in the ceremonies. Mr. Stofberg said the Commis sioners had pledged full co-opera tion. The Commissioners and the Arlington County Board of Com missioners will act as honorary co-chairmen, it was decided. The Amvets revealed that they intended to invite representatives of all the Allied nations of World War II to participate. Another organizational meeting! was scheduled for 3 p.m. December 1 at the District Building. In keeping with the Congres sional bill that made the presen-1 tation possible, the carillon’s bells and amplification units are locat ed in the basement guard room, to preserve the present appear ance of the amphitheater. The "stentors,” or tone projec tors, are concealed under a false roof on top of the structure. Only the console, in the second floor trophy room, can be seen. It may be wheeled to the amphitheater stage on occasion. Built by Schulmerich Electron ics, 1 Inc., of Sellersville, Pa., the carillon’s English bells provide the | tone source for chimes and melo dies such as humns. The Flem ish bells play in complete, four part harmony, much like a piano. The instrument can be played either manually or by hand-cut plastic music rolls. The carillon grew from an idea by the Rev. Roger Bell of Cle bourne, Tex., former national chaplain of Amvets, and was ap proved at the organization's na tional convention last year. Barney House Party Today A Thanksgiving party with tur key dinner for 25 boys and 25 girls will be held at 6 p.m. today in the Barney Neighborhood House, 470 N street S.W. Marriage License Applications Under D. C. law, couples must apply for a marriage license on one day, wait three full days and receive the license on the fifth day. Sundays and holidays are counted the same as other days, j Cecil Tate. 18. of University Park Md . and Catherine Leach. 16. 717 Nicholson st. n.w. Robert Blevins. 20. and Victoria Michael. I 19. both of Arlington. Va. Milton Whitney. 39. Naval Barracks, and Janet Wood. 32, New York. Johnny Balamotl. 24. 413 37th pi. s.e., ;■ and Helen Panouchoupoutis, 18. 2310 13th pi. n.e. .: Lonnie Phillips. 33, 00 Pierce st. n.w., and Mary Williams. 21. Laurel. Md. Ronnie Parks. 48. 1804 Belmont rd. n.w.. and Virginia Hughes, 44, of Bethesda, Md. James Wormsiey. 18. 1110 Chapel Oaks dr. n.e., and Thelma Van Field, 18, 1045, 49th st. n.e. William Fentress. 28. .3520 W pi. n.w.. and Shirley Altman, 23. 3105 Rlttenhouse ' William Hipps, 26. 1527 8th st. n.w.. and ! Erma Reid. 1708 Vermont ave. n.w. ! rewers t DRY YEAST 14-ox. co. Rich in amino acids $1.00 and B complex vitamins VITA FOOD STORES 503 12th St. CO. 2980 3040 14th St. Julius Brooks. 83. 838 Massachusetts ave.J n.e. and Margaret Ford, 29, Continental Hotel. John Mcllwee. 28. SI 7 Peabody st. n.w.. and Virginia Leatherwood, 24, 707 Tewkesbury pi. n.w. William Ballard. 38. and Annie Perry, 37. both of 1242 Union ct. s.w. Sidney Levine. .30. 230 Gallatin st. n.w and Jessie Siegel, 23, 234 Gallatin st n.w. Raymond Mitten, 18. Upper Marlboro. Md.. and Delores Lamer, 18, 718 Vir ginia ave. s.e. Harry Teets. 29, 2103 O st. n.w., and Mary Erler. 25, 2131 O st. n.w. Gordon Bablnger. 33, Fort Myer, Va., and Mercedes Boyd. 38. Ferrysbury, Mich. ADVERTISEMENT. Smooth Away Dletomfor* of Chafed, Itchy Son Ye*. it s simple a* that! Bathe with mild Resinol Soap, then spread on medicated Resinol Wonderful how quickly and gently the toothing ingredients in this famous ointaiwt give blissful relist Dry Throat Relief Qpugh and cold germs breed in dry throats. 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