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Food Supplies Flown
Over Rio Grande to
Mexico Flood Victims
ly the Associo.ed Nil
EAGLE PASS, Tex., July 3
Food supplies were flown across
the Rio Grande today to Piedras
Negras, Mexico,, where at least
38 persons died in this week’s
it flood.
" Official authority for taking
n the food into the city of 38,000
opposite Eagle Pass came yester
day. Earlier, helicopters had
lifted food and clothing into the
town on an unofficial basis,
simply because the people needed
Today the American Red Cross
was using three light planes to
help shuttle four truckloads of
canned goods and 150,000 tortil
las across the river. Tortillas
are thin, round cornmeal
“cakes,” Mexico’s bread.
(In Washington, the Red
Cross today announced allo
cation of $250,000 for Texas
flood relief and promised more
aid as needed. Ellsworth Bun
ker, Red Cross president, an
nounced also that $50,000 was
being allocated for use in
stricken Mexican cities.)
Mexican Government Aiding.
Meanwhile, up the river at
Del Rio, Mexican officials had
crossed over from Ciudad Acuna
to tell the United States Relief
Committee that no more food
was needed from the Texas side
of the river. They expressed
their gratitude for the help sent,
but said the Mexican govern
ment was sending in supplies
now. >
The Mexicans, however, said
they still needed and would ac
cept help in spraying and dust
ing with DDT. The Del Rio
Relief Committee decided to send
SI,OOO more of the insecticide.
The death toll at Piedras Ne
gras still stood today at 38 known
dead and 90 known missing.
That made a total of 62 dead in
the floods which swept 300 miles I
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Minuter* 9:45 o.m.—Bible School. 9:45 a.m.—Bible School 6:30 p.m.—Baptist Training Union.
Meeting at Jewish Community Center, 16th & Q Sts. N.W. 1 > 00 a m —"AN INVITATION TO THE LORD'S TABLE." 8:00 pm.—Choploin Ivon L. Paulk,
During Construction Os New Building 7 :00 p. ,mUnion Film: "GEOGRAPHKAL CniIMTAIN MEIMRIAI eve ee
rooLm 00 r7-;™ CH T'n rs” —«•«> . *nd the ? S R uth™h*ll mak. you free - FOUNTfIIN MEMORIAL «nNe4r«d.«»..!«.St
6 •°°- 8 £? P m -—fellowship Groups Baptist Bldg., 1628 16th St. N.W. nursery open 9:30 a.m.—Graded Sunday School. 6:25 p.m.—Graded Training School.
8:00 p.m —Chapel Service. Mr. Howard D. Rees, Speaker. NORTHEAST Worship Services, 8:15 and 11:00 a.m., 8:00 p.m.
National laptiat — ,■«* memorial ~covii^^T :Jr^^^r^.
* _ 5301 North Capitol Street * rev. frank l. squires. Faster
16th Street and Columbia Rood A Testimony for Christ in the Nation's Capital _ _ . .. Sunday: U:00 a.m. and 8:00 o.m.
DR. EDWARD B. WILLINGHAM, Minister REV. JOHN A. HOLT, Pastor ' *we° preach Christ crucified, risen, and coming" again”
Rev. Donald M. Loudermilk, Assistant Minister 9:45 om.—Sunday School for All Ages. 6:30 p.m.—B. T. U. eg a * * g* a 5993 SUITLAND RD S E
8:45 and 11:00 a.m.—"A DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE." 1 1 -00 a.m.—Communion Meditation: "THE LORD'S TABLE" mONIin&SIIIQ 0113081 REV. JOE E. CARR, PASTOR
» (Lord's Supper) ,8:00 p.m.—"INDEPENDENCE DAY." ejcuiunn otii «.an
Q. 4ft . „ RikU nm Trnininn Pc»llnwchin Nursery During All Services Sunday School, 11:00 a.m. B. T. U., 6.30 pm.
0 ... , u , 6^i s .£^T^L r^ n .'i 9^.f-it.l ‘J; Wednesday, 8:00 p.m.—Prayer Time. Worship Services, 11:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m
Sermons by Reverend Calhoun Pittman, Assistant Minister, GENERAL ASSOCIATION OF REGULAR BAPTIST CHURCHES .. ABV , iMn
First Baptist Church, Dayton, Ohio. ML
Nursery Ounno All Services Except «.*5 e.m M Mj Worship Services, BETHEL ’ O4
Free Parkin* for Cars for Those Attending Bible School and Morning Worship. l 1 iT; ~ * LFKE
1838 Columbia Rd. N.W. Have Parking Ticket Stamped In Church Conference Rm 1000 Ea*» Caaital Sr II .00 a.m. ond / .45 p.m. 8:45 a.m.—Sunday School. . lLpn am. and 7:40 p.m—Worship Service*.
■■■■——— ■ www sail wuifiiui a*. 0:4o p.m.—B. T. U. Wednesday. 7:45 p.m.—Prayer Service.
flTftlitftrit limttint Othiirrh M ' CO " E * fMV forest heights ««. john t . cosusn.
vmuuarij laapuat viwiuruf AVONDALE » J,;";™ si_ f.,« m. » «..< huh..,
Eighth and H Street. N.W. “ 5 T m “ s " 1 9 * 5 ° m^~Sundoy SchooL " :0 ° “™a MC ° ND Mitt."
Dr. Clarence W. Cranford, Minister Chaster H. Jonei, Associate Minister 11:00 o.m. "FREE INDEED." Rev. Mr. Weston. WIT ZION wood" ™ E BETHESDA
Richard N. Hey Dir. Ch. Educ. Thomos Moss, Organist 8:00 p.m.—"FRIENDSHIP WITH GOD." Mr. Dick Stennett. Claude A. Brubaker. Minister Georgetown Road and Grosven.r Lan.
A.M, 9:00 and 11:15 —WORSHIP SERVICES—"WHEN THE DARK _______ _ 9:45 a.m—Sunday School. n:oo a m.—Morning worship.
CLOUDS GATHER." Dr. Cranford, Preoching. MFTRAPAI IT All rrffc* 7:00 p.m-Tralnln, p.m.-Praye, Meeting.
10 -5 0— IflL I ItUIULI IMU BETHESDA Wilson Lone at Cordell Avenu.
P.M. , 7JS=w3rSh"“'sERVICE-"IN TH| HANDS OF SOD." . «*■< «<* StteeH N.E. ffcl " “ 5. ®
Pc' anf ° Preaching. J 4. **' f*l’?" ,or Theme: ‘'PATRIOTISM S |S V NOT ENOCg'h.‘^Nursery 1 P:45 to 12:00
6:ls—Youth Group. •• ** Hatfield, Minuter at Education ;^wwßj Youth Program. 8:30 p.m.
B:oo—Deaf Department—Mr. Francis C. Higgins, Leader. Norman T. Chase, Minister of Music Plif|HSßw§|BSMjaW "" %AIUrATALI CIPCT DADTICT
Wed.. 8:00 p.m.—Church Prayer Meeting—Dr. Cranford in Chorge. 11 :00 a.m.—"A THREE-FOLD PRAYER." JESHHCEifIiBB UllWllWllf FIMI DHTI 19 B
■"■ ——.—..... i.. 7.4 c nm THBItTIAN PATRIOTISM * 10914 Georgia Avenue at Vlers Mill Road. Silver Spring. Md.
mm* e . Dr Melvins W Cruma Pastor 1? p ,- m v,nK '„ FAiKiuiiam. m m rev. b. boss morrison. Pastor
Kaaoatl g\ JU<^offf oivf n, John E Brine* r ‘ Carpenter Will Be Speaking at -Hoiiino Purtn the Word of Lite" Worship, 8:45 and 11:00 o.m. tNursery During Services)
Pastor Emeritus * Services Sunday School, 9 45 a.m. Training Union. 6:45 p.m.
~ , , o . uu, n . . 9:40 a m.—Sunday School. 6:20 p.m.—Training Union. Worship 8:00 p.m Wednesday, 8:00 p.m.—Prayer Service.
10th and N Straati N.W. Organised 1812 Weli-Swvised Nurterte* at Ml servtcet —— r-zr; ; r 77
Third Oldest Whit. B*ptut Church in the city Evening Service Broadcast—B:oo-9:00 p.m —WMAL. TDIKI IT Y R '”* °" d Beechwood Rd *./. Lewudalu. Md.
9:40 a.m.—Bible School Classes for All Ages. (Nursery at 11:00) Friendly Church With a Gospel Message" I l\ ■I” ■ ■ I REV. LESLIE E. GOULD, Pastor
Worship Services, 11:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. . 10:00 o.m.—Sunday School.’ (Nursery at 11:00)
Dr. John E. Briggs, Preaching at Both Services /jlT f I e* X ITDVttYO Worship Services, 11 :00 o.m. ond 7:15 p.m.
U/CCT WASHINGTON 14th and Maryland Ava. N.E. W. A. EMMANS, Patter VsLlr I Vll iMIMX REV. WILLIAM MILLAR, Paster
' REV. kTrset. Psster 9:30 o.m.—Church School. 6:45 p.m —B.T. U. 9 :45 aum.—Church School (Nursery) 11:00 a.m_— Worship Service.
9:45 o.m.—Bible School. 6:45 p.m.—B. T. U. UjOO a m.—Morning Worship. Communion 7 iOO p.m.—Training Fel
11:00 a.m—"GOD BLESS AMERICA" # 7:45 pm ' CevrehcfirllU R/urxflef onn feTl d owT lodge" hall.
I 8:00 pm.—"GREAT CALVARY WORDS. Wednesday, 8:00 p.m.—Midweek Prayer Service. i OTCSIVI 110 DQpTIST °ivi*ribors L pikef Forestvin*. Md. ’
Wisconsin Avenue Baptist Church SEf'OND U Z?T£ SmIST }« * «
■ TEMPORABT MEITINO nACESi OBWi vl# RIV. J. RAY GARRETT P.»o, 6:30 p.m.—Training Lfnioo. 1:45 p.m.—Evening Wotsh.p,
Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. 9 : 30 o.m.—Bible School. 6:45 p.m.—B T. U.
Masonic Temple, Wisconsin Avt. end Albemarle St. N.W. 11:00 o m—Sermon: "CHRIST, THE WORLD'S LIGHT." Sponsored by fountain Me oriai Bap i,t C c. __
BRIGGS BAPTIST 5M4 CENTENNIAL 7Hi end . Street. N.f. 5.0. SI-.. Hi.. «m,d S.l. *<**•^T.Jeme^^.He.
DnIUUO DfftrllQl Wastmaraland Hills, Md. REV. WILSON HOLDER. Paster Services 11 00 am. ond 8:00 p.m—Pastor Davis Preoching
c.._j c*i I n.iin <~I All 9:30 o.m.—Bible School 6:30 p m.—Training Union. ' Niirsrrv open at Ail Services
Madison R. Bittner, Altoona, Pa., Preaching at Both Services. 800 P e ™oven tSfpauSSs FLAME * Ull I T LIISI I W University at Maryland
Vacation Bible School. Tuesday Through Fridov 9:00 0.m.-12:00 Noon iaj . , onn n c iParking intrance from university lanfi
vucurion diuicj uoi, «nn T nraugn rriuay, y.vv a.m. i a.vv rvean Wednesday, 8:00 pm.—Prayer Service. REV. BRENTON C DODGE. Pastor JU 9-SSB3
Wednesday, 8:00 p.m.—Prayer and Bible Study. . __ CJ cu, i .on otc
S.TtWSM.'SI BROOKLAND rS green belt sssupsT
9:45 o.m.—Sundoy School 6:45 p.m.—Training Union. I*I»¥¥1»W1I1IF WARD HURLBURT Minister REV WILLIAM j. crowder. Ph. D.. Actm* p..t*r
11:00 a.m.—Sermon: "HEAVY YOKES AND LIGHT ONES." 9:3o—Sunday School (9:30-12, Nursery Provided). 6:40 —B.T.U. 9:45 a.m.—Sunday School. 6:00 p.m.—B. T. F.
Broadcast Over Station WFAN (100.3 me.) 11 :00 o.m.—Communion Service —Sermon by the Pastor. 1 ] ; qo a.m. "FLEEING FROM HIS PRESENCE." The Lord's Supper.
8:00 p.m.—Ordinance of the Lord's Supper. 8:00 p.m.—Sermon: "WHERE LIBERTY IS FOUND." 6:45 D.m. —Sermon: "THREt GIANTS."
Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.—Church Family Night Program. SOUTHEAST Sponsored by Metropolitan Baptist Church
mrttT r DUTlnv Al \ 3eTV,cef rr —T 1 —r —r- CII %/CD CDDIkI/2 WAYNE AVENUE AND
i /its ATI ** . aw .li..9*- roli ”-^:. s l; 1« pa - Av, - ) SILVER SPRINVJ FENTON ST.
A (Tilt I*llll Olhnni* M * R J R PattOT REV. FRANK K. BRABINGTON. Minister
wW* UM VJ'mUa** v ' 4 v**-♦ Robert E. Heaver, Assistant Paster rev glenn w. samuelson. Minister of Christian Education
Western Avenue, West Os the Circle Duol Sundoy School, 9:45 and 11 :00 a.m. 6:45 p.m.—B. T. U.
--Hr - Dr. Edward 0. Clerk. MinisMr j •>« '/XT 'Tr>V 9:45 and 11:00 o.m.—"COALS OF FIRE." Communion Service.
John W. Lange, Minister es Education /VIV J 8:00 p m.-' FULL-TIME SERVICE-CHRISTIAN EDUCATION."
11:00 o.m.—Communion Service: C lT* COH (jit lOneCl ) Wednesday, 8:00 pm.—Prayer Meeting.
fUmk -what«,« sl o, Y r W/4 TEMPLE HILLS hSS!^* 4 -
Dr Clark. Preaching. Ml/ V •A' l*a J REV. EARL MARTIN. Paster
9:45 a.m.—S. S. 7:00 p.m.—V. P. ** [. r V" 9:3oa.m.—Graded Sunday School. 6:3op.m.—Graded Training Union.
-==> Nursery tor Babies and Small Children. »:j5-it:is p.m. Worship Services, 10:45 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
FW*-* a .... 9:30 a.m—Bible School 6:30 p.m.—B. T. U. Minr»ima
NEWTON m. bimmonds. henrt V E-.rit‘.? Wad.. 7:30 p.m.-B.ble Study doss. 8:00-Praise ond Prayer Serve. AKLINVITUN LEN F. STEVENS. Paster
U :00 a.m.—Sermon: "OUR NATION UNDER GOD." w • Preach the Old-Fashioned Gospel 9:00 D ’ 1:0 ° a*aT HC d m R L CE I° F , FRBEDOM *'
9:40 o.m.—Church School. 6:45 p.m.—Fellowship Groups. -. AIA m 4 8:00 p.m.—YOUTH PROGRAM. Bi I er, Leader.
Wan.. First frSMi&afir-
HERBERT W. BAUCOM, JR., Minister » R - ROBERT S. COOPER. Pastor Wilson Bhrd. mi o'!!****"' V **
9:00 ond 11:1 5 o.m.—Sermon: "FROM FREEDOM TO SLAVERY " 8:30 and 11:00 a.m.—"ONE NATION UNOER GOD." R - JACKSON WHITE Pastor
The Lord's Supper 9:30 a.m.-Sunday School. 1 1:00 0.m.-Children's Service. 9:30 0.m.-Bible SchooL 6:45 p.m.-Traimng Union.
10:00 o.m.—Fully Graded Sundoy School 6:45 p.m.-Boptist Training Union. 11:00 o.m. ond 8:00 p.m.-Worship Services. Dr. White, Preoching.
rM«RA“wirggnFMTfIPE rm a,, a 8 :00 p.m—Sermon: "A SLING AND A STONE." Nursery Danny Both m Service,
e CHfESA del REDENTORE o^m.— Bible School, All Ages. Wednesday. 800 p m BIBLE STUDY IN PSALMS. !>■ IVR 1111111 1819 Quaker Lana, Alaaondria. Vo.
(Church as the Redeemer) 10.55 o.m. Morning Worship, . .... *— \ 11A d i Sta“Tl rAIK a, l AKn ‘Between Porkfoirtox and Fairlmgtan)
Hi-1 inrual Commim.on Service HlllcreSt ChaDfil amtuaTjv lTniT r!',ii, B fIBBI * n,,n J. GRADY HUTCHISON. Minister
’ ITALIAN BAPTIST St |f°i nd 3rd Sundays Sermon * n P _ ' _ Sunday School, 9:45 om. Nursery and Beginners, 9:45 ond 11:00 am.
IIALIAN BArllOl . I talion; 2nd and 4th Sundays. 9:45 o.m.—Sunday School ll:00o m.—WorshiQ Service 1100 am Worship. Sermon: "CASUAL CITIZENS."
* 1200 Kirhy Street N.W. Sermon in English. 7:45 p.m.—Sun. Eve. Worship. Wad., 8:00 p.m,—Prayer Meeting. 6:45 p.m. T. U. 7:30 p.m.—Baptismal Service.
<On« Black East as New Jersey 6:30 p.m.—Baptist Training Union. way ■ snASMuif ■ |3th and W Streets S.E. __ _ _ _ i, rr ti_—l_ «j a.i: u.
•t New Yark Asennei Thursday. 8 :00 pm AFI A COSTIA uJU Staualdwn Paster iiCiAADIAI 3455 NOrth G,#b * V °
REV. OLINDO MARSEGLIA, Poster Prayer Meeting. Howard Stoughton Paster IfItIVIUKIAL Half-Way Bat. Ua Hwy. and Chain Bridge
— " " ■■ ' ■•—'"■■■ 9:30 om.—Bible School. 6:45 p.m.—Training Union. mwiuwsssgiw
SOUTHWEST 1 I :00 o.m. ond 7:45 p m,—Worship Services. REV.'PAUL J. HARRELL, Minister #
* . 9:30 o.m.—Bible School. waltcb a. Mitchell, raatar 9.45 Qm Sunday School 6:45 p.m. Training Union.
11 .<)0 o.m.—"EWL SPEAKWC." Observonce of the Lord's Supper. 9:30 o.m—Sunday School. 6:30 p m ,iZ: Train ' r S^i n i? n ; M 8 :00 Worship—Communion Servie*.
8:00 p.m.—"WHAT IS A CHRISTIANA 11 o.m.— A Leek at Christ's Church." 8 p.m.— Walking With God. sanctuary Air-conditioned
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(left), president of the Jayncees, auxiliary of the Junior Cham
ber of Commerce, and Mrs. J. R. Gorman, director of social
service, present a check for $l5O to Rudolph Kauffmann 11,
assistant to the managing editor of The Star, for The Evening
Star Summer Camp fund. —Star Staff Photo.
of the Rio Grande and much of
its West Texas watershed since
last Sunday.
The greatest,, most devastat
ing flood in the river’s long his
tory had filled the New Falcon
International Dam’s great reser
voir, Falcon Lake, to half capac
ity, a little more than 2 million
acre feet. Water was 114 feet
deep at the dam and covered
69,000 acres at last report. Water
had backed up 40 miles in the
gigantic new lake.
Inoculations Are Given.
Typhoid inoculations con
tinued along the river in both
American and Mexican towns.
Utilities knocked out by the
floodwaters gradually were being
restored. ,
Army engineers at Laredo ex
pected to have a one-lane pon
toon bridge installed between
that city and Nuevo Laredo by
tonight, a two-lane bridge next
The river continued to fall
yesterday from a level of 11 feet
where it had dropped from
Thursday’s record crest of
62.21 feet.
Korea 'Unrest' Keeps
Rhee From Accepting
Bid to Visit D.C.
By tin Associated Pros
SEOUL, July 3.—President
Syngman Rhee said today he
cannot accept an invitation from
President Eisenhower to visit
Washington because “there is a
certain unrest” in Korea.
The 79-year-old chief execu
tive did not rule out a later
trip to the United States, how
“I honestly desire to fulfill my
long-cherished wish,” Mr. Rhee
said in a statement, “but, since
the failure -of the Geneva con
ference, the Korean people and
Republic of Korea armed forces
have been profoundly affected
and naturally there is a certain
He did not elaborate on the
Mr. Rhee also is having diffi
culties with South Korea’s new
National Assembly, which this
week refused to confirm his
It was reported in Washington
yesterday that Mr. Rhee had
been invited to make an official
visit to Washington for confer
; ences with Gen. Eisenhower and
other officials on Korea’s future.
The invitation was extended
after allied and Communist ne
gotiators at Geneva made no
progress in efforts to unify the
battered peninsula.
Mr. Rhee long has contended
that Kofea never can be unified
by negotiation and has called
on the United States and other
U. N. nations who fought in
Korea to join him in a march
north. United States, officials
have said they will not reopen
the .war to achieve unification.
South Korea has a well-trained
army of 20 divisions.
Utah Symbols
State tree is the blue spruce, the
seagull the State bird, and the
Sego lily the State flower.
District Births and Deaths
Births Reported
Thad and Ardyth Alton.
John and Janice Bishop.
James end Betty Black.
Clqnent and Genevieve Brown.
Umberto and Lillian D’T. Intino.
William and Audrey Drish.
James and Marguerite Fitzgerald.
John and Adele Gavin.
Bernard and Bandra Hancock.
William and Ethel Horton.
Harold and Marie Jensen.
Jack and Ruth Lane
Wendell and Madeline Lind.
James and Betty Monore.
Richard and Laura Nott.
Maurice and Georgette Picard.
John and Mary Ratchford.
Robert and Evelyn Schneider.
Charwick and Teresa Stansberry.
Roger and Mary Swartz.
Fred and Betty Vllliotti.
Stanley and Betty Yount.
Raymond and Pearl Bowden.
John and Mattlebelle Harris.
John and Inez Barber.
Clyde and Ruth Blake.
Edward and Doris Boucher.
Joseph and Alice Cimperman.
Paul and Geneveive Douglas.
Charles and Florence Fisher.
Thomas and Jerry Rjsftr.
Lawrence and Ursula Ouzick.
Albert and Mary Hardy.
James and Enid Hyde.
Uiwrence and Margaret Kid well.
Leon and Muriel LePage.
Eflbc and Rosalie Monaco.
Merlin and Thelma McLaughlin.
Luther and Roberta Nye.
Ross and Dorothy Pierce.
John and Gertrude Roberts.
James and Ruth Sheets.
Peter and Ethel Stanfar.
Ronald and Wanda Thiing.
John and Jeanneier Wolk.
Eugene and Rita Zehner.
Show and Mary Chow.
Edward and Lena Nelson.
Allen and Beuiah Adkins.
Orville and Charlotte Anderson.
John and Beatrice Suit.
Gerald and Sara Comeau.
John and Sarah Davis.
Horace and Anita Feldman.
George and Marv Giammittono.
Jack and Marian Goldstein.
Louis and Mary Guerra.
Nathen and Rhoda Jewler.
Andrew and Marjorie Killgore.
Charles and Dorothv Little.
James and Lillian Maley.
Charles and Mary McEnerney.
Bernard and Theresa Nolan.
Edward and Anne Salloom.
Fred and Diana Stein.
Alexander and Florence Venners.
Octavio and Martha Zavala.
Joseph and Vadie Alsobrooks.
George and Paulina Chisley.
Julius and Hazel Maddox.
Larnle and Eva Smith.
Benjamin and Esther Alexander.
Harry and Ann Archer.
Charles and Nellie Burton.
George and Evelyn Dsssoulas.
Murray and Jean Elsenberg.
Meyer and Evelyn Fishbeln,
Jack and Nesse Godin.
Clarence and Carolyn Gosnell.
Robert and Elizabeth James.
James and Elizabeth Jones.
William and Mary Komlo.
Edwin and Mary Lynch.
William and Martha McCaffree.
Prancis and Vivian McNeeley.
Paul and Emmy Pesik.
Kenneth and Rose Smith.
Prank and Sally Turner.
Richard and Pamela Wright.
Moses and Gloria Carter.
Harry and Margaret Jackson.
Louis and Mary Martin.
Asters and Marian Houng.
Deaths Reported
Mina P. Crawford. 92. 1457 Park rd.
Theodore F. Shearer 87. Yonkers. N. Y.
May White. 85. 1388 Euclid st. n.w.
John O. Winter, Jr™ 78. Washington.
D. C.
Joseph Evans. 77. 2608 G st. n.w.
Jesse F. Speight. 71. 15 16th st. s.e.
Charles Plotner. 62, 4808 48th st. n.w.
Richard C. Dawson 60, 701 19th st.
Halcyon L. Schwan. 57. 2137 California
st. n.w.
Anna L. Haag. 54. 1600 E st. n.e.
Lester W. Payne. 40. Hyattsville. Md.
Lelia G. Van Nop pen. 28. Baltimore. Md.
Virginia Schriver. 22 Valencia. Pa.
William C. Green. 93. Washington. D. C.
Charles 8. Jones. 87 2707 P st. n.w.
Mary E- Dudley. 83. 143 R st. n.e.
Irving C. Ware. 64. Upper Marlboro. Md.
Rayford Goff. 40. Port Myers. Pla.
Filipinos Mark Holiday
The Filipino Executive Coun
cil. a local civic group, will cele
brate the American and joint
Philippine Independence Day
with a dance at 9 o’clock tonight
in the Sheraton Park Hotel.
Folk dances of both countries
will be performed by members
of the Embassy staff.
Marriage License
Under D. C. lato couples must
apply for a marriage license on
one day, wait three full days
and receive the license on the
fifth day. Sundays and holi
days are counted the same as
other days.
James McCullough. 58. Alexandria, and
Chung Choi. 34. Seoul. Korea.
Andrew Waishinsky, 22.4 Baltimore, and
Margaret Boteler. 19. Arlington. •
Nathaniel Morland 24. and Lydia White,
22. both of Alexandria.
Joseph Levinson. 27 Wood River. 111.,
and Sandra Shapiro. 22. 6018 7th
pi. n.w.
Irving Horowitz. 51. and Miriam Btielel,
48. both of Philadelphia.
James Clark. 24. Granby. Conn., and
Helen Boland. 23. Silver Spring.
Johnston Zimmerman, 65. Chevy Chase,
Md.. and Thelma Scott, 55. 6104
Nebraska ave. n.w.
Philip Pender. 25, and Tomasa Pender,
17. both of 636 Milwaukee pi. a.e.
Maurice Myers, 32. St. Paul, Minn., and
Martha Miller 30. 821 Crittenden
st. n.e.
J. B. Bynum. 22. Portland. Ark., and
Geraldine Womack. 23. Richmond. Va.
Sylvester Dudzik. 31. College Park, Md.,
and Anna Close. 30. Lore City, Ohio.
Clyde Badgett, 27. 158 Todd pi. n.e;.
and Dorothy Jackson. 30. 304 Q
st. n.w.
William Reynolds. 24 Bolling Air Force
Base, and Barbara Johnson, 18. 961
Shepherd st. n.w.
Thomas Peters. 28. Covington, Ky„ and
Anna Schippers. 29. Easton. Pa.
James Murphy. 19. and Kitty Rice. 18,
both of 2112 19th st. n.w.
Walter A. Mitchell will preach
his first sermons at his new
church, Pennsylvania Avenue
Baptist, at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
tomorrow. Meeting tempo
rarily in the Masonic Temple,
Fourteenth and U streets
S.E., the congregation was
organized May 30 with a gift
of land at Pennsylvania
avenue and Thirtieth street
S.E. from Fountain Memorial
Baptist, where Mr. Mitchell
has been pastor for two years.
Population Rise Seen
New Zealand census officials
estimate that country’s popula
tion of 2,060,000 will total 4,485,-
000 by the end of the century.
15th and M Sts. N.W. Dl. 7-3436
Affiliated With
Unity School, Loo'g Summit, Mo.
E. Roy Feldt, Minister
11 :00 a.m.—
1733 Eyo St. N.W.
Affiliated With
Unity School, Loo's Summit, Mo.
Ann Sandefer, Minister JU. 5-0801
10:00 a.m.—Sunday School.
Sunday, 11 :00 a.m.—
First Church of the Nazarene
16th and Webstar Sts. N.W.
Fundamental Evangelical Friendly
Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.
Nursery During Morning and Evening Services F'
8:00 p.m.—LAYMEN'S NIGHT. L
Wednesday, 7:45 p.m.—Prayer Service. f
Visiting Friends ond Servicemen Welcome
Tahe the Georgia-Alaska Bus Up 16th St. to Webst^^^^ot^^w^^M
\ Calvary Church of the Nazarene
680 N. Glebe Rood, Arlington, Vo.
I Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Youth Groups, 6:45 p.m.
10:45 o.m—Sermon: "WALKING WITH GOD."
7:45 p.m.—Sermon: "ABRAHAM'S ZOO."
Wednesday, 8:00 p.m.—People's Service.
A (Enttroriita J'rr
(Four Blocks from the White House)
. jgsff-J “The Friendly Church on the Corner"
HENRY C. KOCH, D.O. Minister
9:45 o.m.—Bible School.
0 m - —Morning Worship ond Sermon:
sm. Nursery During Cdurch' Service
GRACE REFORMED Tho National Reformed Church
N. Raid Price, Minister as Music
9:40 a.m.—Church School for All Ages.
11:00 o.m—Sermon: "ON SINKING THE PAST."
« Rev. Robert W. Olewiler, Preoching.
Nursery During Service
■ ■ 7300 New Hampshire Ava.
9:45 and 11:00 a.m.—Sermon: "CHRISTIAN CITIZENSHIP."
9:45 a.m.—Sundoy School for All Age Groups.
Nursery During 11:00 O Clock Service
BC X U C I Arlington Blvd. at No. Geo. Mason Or., AH., Va
S ■ ■> E L. REV. PHILIP J. ANSTEDT, Pastor
9:30 a.m,—Bible School. 11 :00 o m —Nursery.
1 I :00 a.m.—Morning Worship. "RELIGIOUS FREEDOM."
R "B - 10th and G Streets N.W. U
c ■ Ministers: ■ R
I Cart Heath Kopf Chorles W. Poker I r
T " Minister as Maslc Organist •
1 Whitford L. Hall Marian E. Gibbons H
11 :00 a m.—"WHOSE COUNTRY IS THIS?" Dr. Kopf.
(Coolidge Birthday Service)
5:00-6:00 p.m.—Organ ond Choir Broadcast. WCFM (99 5 me.)
UfTCTkiAP g| A UIS Philip Cordon Scott. Miniitai
▼T I fVi vI%bLM It lr W t. lnd«r«trodt Minister of Education
Wtsttrn and Moat Avet. of tho Circlo Mohan McNobb Harrington Minister of Music
8:30 a.m.—Halt-Hour Service.
11:00 o.m.—Morning Worship. Sermon:
"A RELIGIOUS HOLIDAY?" Williom Lynn Inderstrodt.
I I :00 a.m.—Church School—Through Grade 4.
9:45 a.m.—Sunday School. 11 :00 o.m.—Morning Worship.
Choploin Chorles W. Thomos, Guest Speoker.
Thursday, 8:00 p.m.—Midweek Service.
CLEVELAND PARK 3400 Lowell Street N.W.
1 ALFRED W. HURST. D.D.. Minister Ranald Ekbarg, Assistant
11:00 o.m.—Sermon: "WITH US IS PRAYER."
Ronald G. Ekberg, Preaching.
Nursery Class
Hinrnltt Gkmpl* . REV.*C*SHELBY%CMDKs! Minister
9:30 a m.—Sundoy School. I 1 :00 a.m.—Morning Worship.
11:00 a m—Sermon: "A LOOK IN THE MIRROR."
DCADI C'C 4704 13th St. NW
9:30 om. The Graded Church School
11 :00 o m.—Morning Worship With Sermon.
Thursday, 8:30 p.m.—Prayer and Study Hour.
“Tie Friendliest Chnteh tn the City"
REV. PAUL R. HUNTER, Minister BERTHA COOK, Associate
9:30 a.m.—Morning Worship. Rev. Williom Harrison, Guest Speoker.
Washington, D. C
Truman's Condition
Continues to Improve
By the Associated Pre»»
hospital spokesman says former
President Truman’s condition
continues to improve. Mr. Tru
man, 70, underwent an opera
tion June 20 for removal of his
gall bladder and appendix.
Robert E. Adams, acting ad
ministrator at Research Hos
pital, said Mr. Truman spent
his best day yesterday since an
enteritis (intestinal inflamma
tion) condition began a week
Mr. Adams said Mr. Truman’s
appetite was better yesterday
and he spent part of the day in
a semi-sitting position in bed.
(Headenartera, Anderson. Ind.)
16th and Taylor Sts. N.W. _
Interim Fester
Dlreeter es Music
9:4s—Church School.
11 :00—Morning Worship.
7 :30—Evening Service.
Dr. Brown Will Preach at
Both Services
Christian Brotherhood Hour
Station WFAX, 8:00-8 30 a.m.
Friendly Fundamental
1 6440 Piney Branch Rd. N.W.
|| Rov. DoLosi M. Scott. Pastor
9:45 a.m.—
Invitation to Our
Bible School.
|| 11:00 a.m. and 7:45 p.m.
Our Missionory-on-Furlough
from Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
Wednesday Eve., 8:00 p.m.
Prayer, Praise and Bible Study.
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