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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C.
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SSEOI CIRCUS GLASSES I BEECH-NUT Wilkins fl|® 11®; BABY rOODS TEA Ijl ! m | CHOPPED BAGS BIG 12-os. Glass filled with I 3 -«29 c |“l5 c %« 50 c <-if Virginia's Court of Appeals Still Seeks Executive Officer Am >li a J ey in* Associuiea n*n RICHMOND, Mar. 13.—Chief Justice Edward W. Hudgins of the Vlrgihia Supreme Court of Appeals said today the court has agreed on the qualifications It wants in an executive secretary, bdt has found no one to fill those qualifications. -The post of executive secretary was created by legislation passed by the recent General Assembly— since the act was not made an emergency measure, the new of fice does -not come into befog' until June 28. Whoever is selected will act as liaison officer between the court and the various courts of record throughout the Virginia judicial system in the interest of expedit ing the dispensing of justice. He will also serve as secretary to the Virginia Judicial Council and the Virginia Judicial Conference. The position carries a salary of $8,500. |_ nuiinef (yOmeftutgraw «4ttew! 1 TABASCO* TUNA SALAD 1 I TABAStw i \ I A tip- TAbASCO 1 « onj I I ’*’!*■ ".Liwf ««*«* 1 I 1 1 • \ I cek * y J l I Combw* I (I 8»w. OP T~l mmW* I The choice of world famous chefs, Tabasco |K.ll is not just another njfif sauce, but a liquid pep- [E Xjt per seasoning that geta |pj4* its distinctiva flavor iIHR from rare peppers aged AmOKm [K in wood 3 yean. Get Tabasco—and set it ;| out when you set the ji table. Just a drop or two works wooden! L'y£i?s|wa mad. only by Mcllkonny Company, Awsvy bland, |, FOR SAMPLE OF TABASCO, sand name, address and 10c for handling, to Tabaico, Dopt. F-27, Avery island, la. ‘Trademark Rag. U. S. Pat. Off. i ' SAt ■ ■ ■ -'A, ■Ji *•. }■. I / wmz HP'®-- yUM’SihflM! (RfCtW ...the good word you're hearing all over town. Yes, indeed! News like thin travels fast MEKjffl ’"“iici chex - The Sensational New Bite Size Cereal delicious Bk cereal you'll join the chonts— YUM! Why not tßfmozxow morning? Set RICE CHEX eiyour qivceii! Ralaton Purina Co, St Loola Ma 1 i TakomaParkC.ofC. r Honors Howard Fisk .• ■ mk ffMMB fl HA —Star Staff Photo. HOWARD 8. FISK. The Takoma Park Chamber of Commerce has cited Howard S. Fisk, special correspondent of The Star, for his “very commendable job” in covering activities of that community. “It is with great pleasure that we add our voice of recognition of a humble servant who has done his duty well,” the chamber cita jtion stated. | Mr. Fisk, who is 75, has been associated with The Star for 59 ! years* He served as automobile editor from 1907 to 1917. Although Mr. Fisk has lived In the District for several years, he has continued to cover the Ta koma Park council and other activities of that community for The Star. He first began writing Takoma Park news when he was a resident there in the 1890 s. Mr. Fisk now lives at lsfs Og den street N.W. Allen to Open Extra Office If Elected to Congress W. Prescott Allen today said he will open an extra office in Cum berland If he is elected to Con i gress. i “People In the lower sections ol I the 16th District are easily accesi-; ble to Washington and would have ■ little difficulty in visiting my office, there,” Mr. Allen said. “But per-; sons in the western part of the i district have a longer distance to travel. “In view of this, I propose, If elected, to establish an office In' Cumberland so that people in that part of the district can easily* establish' contact with their Con gressman.” The Bethesda newspaper pub-; lisher, who is campaigning for the, Democratic nomination, said the proposal is part of a program to “keep in close touch” with con-i stitutents. , Garden Club Convention RICHMOND, Va., Mar. 13 (>P).— The Virginia Federation of Garden Clubs will open its annual con ventfon at Old Point Comfort on May 12. Girl, 15, Wins Second Prize In Eastern Livestock Show By *• Ateedaled Feeei BALTIMORE, Mar. 13.—A 15- year-old girl, competing agdtost adult rivals, came in second yesterday in the contest for the best entry in the Eastern National livestock Spring Hog Show ami I Sale. Elizabeth A. Prough, a 10th grader from Sykesville High School, had the reserve grand champion barrow of the show. The grand champion was entered | by George Lechllder of Gaithers burg, and the grand champion pen-of-three was entered by j Sterling J. Leister of Hampstead. | A record 85 Maryland and I Pennsylvania breeders entered 435* hogs to eompete for $1,457 in j prizes and blue ribbons. Nearly ] two-thirds of the exhibitors were j 4-H Club or FFA members. Winners Included: Club class—Champion pen of three, James Wightman, Gaithers- | burg. (I uK memrrum SLICED BACON *VI TASTE OF the OLD SOUTH" p * D * 6^*. IT,l f Y Jlt 4 co * ’ft- Y* note the Quality A RIVAL DOC FOOD | Food for Lent