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26 D. C. Men Named
As Candidates lor Service Academies The District Commissioners yesterday named 26 Washington men as candidates for appoint ment to the three Armed Forces service academies. Most of them face qualifying examinations later in the spring. They include 10 nominees for the Air Force academy’s first class. Although the academy is being set up at Colorado Springs, Colo., the first class of 300 will meet at Lowry Air Force Base near Denver in July. A principal and three alter nates were named for one va cancy at the Military Academy. They were John S. Hurley. 4318 Tenth street N.E.; Karl Henn, 4606 lowa avenue N.W.; Harold Lynch, 716 Quackenbos street N.W., and Robert Frye, 1128 Fifth street N.E. For the Naval Academy, two principals were named and 10 alternates. They were: Donald M. Hernon, 4409 Faraday place N. David Calhoun, 3139 Up land terrace; Donald Clark. 4709 Forty-fifth street N.W.; Charles G. Frankhauser, 4201 Massa chusetts avenue N.W,; W. Brad- i ley Willard. jr„ 2615 Thirty-first j street N.W.; William Brennan, | 5210 Thirteenth street N.W.; | Robert L. Hunt, 1222 Queen j street N.E.; Peter P. Green, 1216 ! Otis place N.E.; Angus Muir, 3401 Sixteenth street N.W.; Jo seph Cotrell, 5615 Belt road N.W.; John Murphy, 1700 Deca tur street N.W., and Bruce Haynes, 1 Scott Circle N.W. The following were named for the one District opening at the Air Force Academy: Harold W. Todd, jr., 1014 Eighteenth street N.W.; Bruce Dunkle, 1613 Har vard street N.W.; Paul Cowan, 3463 Fourteenth street N.W.; Ernest Hilsenrath. 4200 Eighth street N.W.; Donald Kirkpatrick, 1500 Nineteenth street S.E.; Charles V. Corder, 5201 Palmer place S.E.; John Yeager, 61 El mira street S.W.; Richard Burns, 5717 Chevy Chase parkway N.W.; Fritz Rathjens, 3305 Tenth 6treet N.E., and Francis X. Maloney, 4110 Warren street N.W. Rides Turn Tonsorial Trick TOKYO, Feb. 5 (JP)—A cur vaceous cashier didn’t work. Neither did free cigarettes. So now an enterprising Tokyo bar ber is driving his customers to the barber chair —in a second hand automobile. The free rides did it—he had to hire more barbers. METHODIST HEADQUARTERS—METHODIST BUILDING. 100 Maryland Av.. N.E. Bishop G. Bromley Oxnam,D.D., LL.D. District Superintendents: Philip C. Edwards, D-D- and Asbury Smith D.D._ j NORTHWEST I wt my wa mT 20th St. Just OH Po. Ave. N.W. IT | O METHODIST STUDENT CENTER 1 EDWARD B. LEWIS, Th.M., Minister 1 During Remodeling end Construction of New Addjtion Serv.eei i / Will Be Held at Circle Theater, 2105 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W. If 9:45 a m —Church School. Junior. Intermediate and Adult Classes II in theater. Primary and Beginners at 812 20th St NW Iff 11:00 am. —Sermon: "BLOOD, SWEAT ANP TEARS. JB 7 : 30 p.m —Wesley Fellowship at Odd Fellows Hall, 822 20th St. N.W. A "VISIT METHODISM'S HISTORIC DOWNTOWN CHURCH" I Unnljtuiooii I 9:30 VAwffw — Eve. Fellowship I Dumbarton Ave.—Georgetown I 3133 Dumbarton’Ave. N.W.. Just W Wisconsin Founded 1772 K CELEBRATE WITH US OUR 182nd BIRTHDAY I REV. CLARENCE L. DAWSON, S.T.D., Pastor r ~ asftSßT 1 ’ w - v ' RHODE ISLAND AVE. -IWrflSr REV. JAMES A. DUDLEY, Minister 9:30 a m.—Church School. (Nursery During a.mService) Holy Communion. Meditation: "PEACE WITH GOD. 5:30 p.m—M. Y. F. 6:30 p.m—Fellowship Supper 7:30 p.m.—Service in Charge of M. Y. F, MOUNT VERNON PLACE Massachusetts Avenue at Ninth and K Streets N.W. - DR. ALBERT P. SHIRKEY, Minister W. Vaughan Moore, Associate Minister R. Deane Shure, Minister ot Music 10:00 a.m.—Church School for All Ages. CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION “Looking Backward, But “By This Sign, Conquer” * r 1 VISIT METHODISM'S A Cordial Welcome! representative church FOUNDRY 16th STREET NEAR P STREET N.W. Ministers: FREDERICK BROWN HARRIS F. NORMAN VAN BRUNT 9:00 a.m.—Holy Communion, Ball Chapel. 9:45 a.m.—Church School. I 1 :00 a.m—DR. HARRIS, PREACHING. 8 p m—"THE FELLOWSHIP OF KINDRED MINDS." Mr. Von Brunt. £> . Jjf* f, Wis. Ave. and Calvert St. N.W. “I. liwUKV 0 DANIEL W. JUSTICE. D.D., Minister Arthur C. Doy, Assistont Minister Kathryn H. Rawls, AAGO, Minister of Music 9:45 a.m. —Sunday School for All Ages. 11 -00 a.m.—Communion Meditation: "HOPE UNAFRAID.' 5:00 p.m—Junior Hi. 6:30 p.m—Senior Hi. M. Y. F. rtll New Hampshire Ave. ot Grant Circle WrWjM WW N W Nr. 1 H Dr. Ralph D. Smith. Ministar 9:30 a.m.—Church School. (Nursery, 9:30 and 11:00) II :00 a.m.—Holy Communion. "PEACE." (Cheuy (Eljasp Ministers: CliHord Homer Richmond, Charles Rethar, Jr. 9:30 a.m.—Church School. 11 :00—Nursery Through Primary. 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.—Holy Communion. Meditation: "THE SECRET OF HAPPINESS" Fellowship Class, 11 :00 o.m.—"RELIGION IN THE NEWS. Rev. W. Harold Snape, Speaker. W-S m« 41 n V 6100 GEORGIA AVI. N.W. JEi Jtl ts H M EDGAR C. BEERY D.D., Minister 9:30 a.m—Church School. 7:00 p.m—Family Night. 1 1 :00 o.m—"YOU CAN BE A CHRISTIAN TODAY." Youth Sunday. Francis Asbnry Rev Ralph M Sharpe, Minister 9:45 o.m.—Sunday School 6:30 pm.—M. Y. F. 9:45 a.m. —Prettyman Bible Class for Men. Hon. Corl Elliott, C. K. Powell, Teachers 11 :00 a m—"IS JESUS ADEQUATE?" Nursery Durtno Service __ Wisconsin Ave. ot River Rd. N.W. ELDBROOKE HASKELL R. DEAL, D.D, Minister CkUDIWVIM. Robert L Lon<Jert Minister of Musk 9:30 a m.—Church School. (Nursery at 11:00) 11 :00 a.m.—Service of Holy Communion. 6:00 p.m—lntermediate Fellowship. 7:00 p.m—Senior M.Y. F. ) -4 Thomas R. Uffleman. Paul E. Crossan, Jr. Joseph J. Davis. —Ankers Photos. NEW SCOUT LEADERS—Mr. Uffleman of Bladensburg, Md., has been named field service director, National Capital Boy Scouts. Mr. Crossan, also of Bladensburg, Is new scout executive of Prince Georges District, and Mr. Davis of 1516 Crest road, Silver Spring, is deputy scout executive. All are former eagle scouts. Doctors Debate Use of Data From Experiments by Nazis By John F. Sembower | North Amsricon Newspaper Alliance Should American doctors use any data which Nazi physicians gathered in the cruel experimen tation on human beings which i has been universally condemned? I This question is posing a major i problem in ethics for United! States medical men, with opinion j sharply divided on the issue. Dr. John O. Nestor, a medical! researcher here, started the de- j | bate among physicians and sci -1 entists by asking what became of “the thousands of tons of documents that arrived in the United States” from Germany after World War 11. Dr. Nestor i is studying the effects and treatment of shock due to ex : posure to cold. , | He maintains that “these doc , uments contained extremely val uable data in certain fields of I I science in which the Germans were more advanced than we, especially hypothermia.” Cites Cold Water Tests. He referred specifically to the ’ Nazi experiments in August, 1942, ; on the effects of cooling on hu man beings in an effort to de ' velop more effective means of protecting sailors and aviators who were immersed in cola water for long periods of time. More than 400 experiments were per . formed on 300 prisoners in the .! notorious Dachau concentration > ‘ camp, according to Dr. Nestor. . j The subjects, he said, were put in j j water at 34-54 degrees Fahren ■ | heit, “many of them being im ; mersed naked and without nai ; j cosis.” I Dr. Nestor’s query drew a METHODIST | sharp reply from Dr. Harold O. I Closson, of Glen Bumie, Md.. ' who is a practicing physician and medical researcher “I question seriously whether it is right for us to use any information obtained under such circumstances,” says Dr. Closson. “Using such data and I referring to such acts as ex- I periments could be an impli cation of approval, whereas only ; strong condemnation is justi- I fled. Then. too. one wonders if i data obtained by physicians capable of carrying out such in vestigations, so directly opposed to the fundamental precepts of medical practice, could be trusted.” Death Primarily Cardiac. But Dr. Nestor contends that “fairly complete physiological studies were performed, and data derived from these experi ments indicated that death re sulting from cooling is primar ily a cardiac death.” That baffling post-rescue col lapse and death which frequently claims victims of air and sea disasters in icy water was found by the Germans to be “the re sult of the so-called afterdrop : in temperature With resulting cardiac arrest that occurred when the victims were removed from the cold water,” he added. The Germans contended the most effective method of resusci . tation was determined to be im . mersion in hot water at about . j no degrees Fahrenheit, which | prevented the lethal afterdrop and warmed the patient quickly, j Dr. Nestor explained. , 1 The Germans also are said to METHODIST METHODIST METHODIST Lewis Memorial Fourt K«nro* m N!w. ond RAYMOND J. PURVELL. S.T.M.. MlnUter 25th Anniversary Service 9:45 o.m.—Church School Closses for All Ages. 11 00 a.m.—Junior Church ond Church Hour Nursery. 11 00 o.m— "THE MATURE CHURCH." Rev. Arnem Roberts, the First Pastor of the Church, Will .Deliver the Sermon. 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.—University of Life Youth Program mmmjA mW t Convenient to Bus and Car Lines CALVAII * 1459 Columbia Road N.W. ORRIS G. ROBINSON and DONALD C. WOODS, Ministers LOUIS A. POTTER, Minister of Music 9:45 a.m.—Church School Classes. I I :00 a m.—Nursery Core. 9:45 Q. m ._Men's Bible Class. Mr. John Fisher, Teocher. 845 and 11 :00 a.m. —Service of Holy Communion. 7:00 p.m.—Evening Worship. 7:30 p.m—Youth ond Young Adult Fellowship Meetings. |i ■ If | llir Sixteenth and Allison Sts. N.W. nAIvILIIIL J- ARTLEY LEATHERMAN, Minister ■■ ■» EDWIN B. SKINNER. Minister ol Musle 9-45 o.m.—Church School tor All Ages. II 00 a m— "CHRISTIAN RESPONSIBILITY FOR WORLD ORDER. Nursery-ReaMeret Nurse in Attendance Visit Ike Church Beautiful 5-2 Bus Slops at Door Met^a****! ****** Memorial THE NATIONAL METHODIST CHURCH Nebraska ond New Mexico Avenues N.W. EDWARD GARDINER LATCH, D.D., Minister John Charles Walker, Assistont to the Minister 9-30 ond 1 I :00 a.m— Worship Services, Sermon: "THE LEAP OF FAITH. John Charles Walker, Preaching. 9:30 ond 11:00 a.m.—Sunday School. 7:00 p.m.—Youth ond Young Adult Groups. liH?gf VV Services, 9:30 ond 11 :00 o.m. M "THE REQUIREMENTS Conn. Ave. & Jocelyn St. N.W. OF PEACE" Klein K. Haddowoy, D.D., Minister church School. 9:30 and 11 o.m. D irector*of^Music Y°“th 4:00 to 7:30 p.m. NORTHEAST p-r-M A IS~\ r-N -T*l I 13th St. and North Carolina Ave N.E. FPWnRTH L. BARRETT RICE. Minister L.I V V \mS l\ I I * Robert Rodeffer, Assistant j 9:30 a.m. — Church School. x 11 'OO-a m — Holy Communion. Meditation: "THE MEANING OF PEACE" 7:30 p.m.—Sunday Evening Fellowship. Dr. Lowell B. Hoizard, Westminster Theological Seminary. Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. — Prayer. Fellowship. •m i i v 14th and Lawrence St«. N.E. ißrOnklnttU ' B “ l ßay.'*<£"c^r°CromwliH? o PasMr rC,tV - nm-"PRICE OF M T - F - McKENDREE "t&STJSi "ITe* AD WALTER C SCOTT. Minister (Nursery at 11:00 a.m Service) ° 8 4fond H :00 OF HOLY COMMUNION. 9:40 o.m.— Church School. 6:00 ond 7 :00 p.m—Youth Groups. —SOUTHEAST ANACOSTIA KIHNITH LYONS, Poitn, 7:15 o .m—Family Night Program. A CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL 5Hi St. and Po. Ava. ot Saward Sq. S.E. • “fT Si ) PAUL R. DIEHL. Mintitar . /LWr 1 ■BA'S 1 9:30 a.m.—Church School foi All Ages f -^TgjjWpjl' Ernest J Higgins, General Superintendent \ 11 0 m.—The Communion Meditation: Iff i-LILjL _fTTHWyj| "PRINCE OF PEACE" AfEuigmMEr 7:30 p.m— "WHERE CITY AND COUNTRY MEET" ~^n~Tir »WORSHIP IN WASHINGTON’S MOTHER CHURCH OF METHODISM" _ n w/f m mjTfe Branch Ava. and S Streets S.E. ItlfljAJHlf MELVIN E. LEDERER, Minister 11:00 o.m— "PEACE, WHAT DOES IT MIAN?" 9:30 o.m.—Church School. 7;3Q p.m—Youth Fellowship. ; (Eimgrpsß 3jptgljto . « Dr. George L. Conner, Minister J. H. Searli, Assistant Minister 11:00 a.m.—Socrament of Holy Communion. Nursery During Servtce Two Sessions ot Sunday School 9:30 ond 11 :00 a.m. 6 ‘OO p.m. — lntermediate Fellowship. 6 :30 p.m. — Youth Fellowship. 7:30 p.m.—Socroment of Holy Communion. , VIRGINIA AABiiIIIII IT V K( r Blv(i - 6 **■ Bn >* n S> " Arlington, Va. vUInmUR 111 HAMPDEN H. SMITH, JR., Minister 9-30 and 11 :00 o.m.—Holy Communion (Nursery) 9:30 o.m.—Church School. 5:00 ond 7:00 p.m—Youth Groups. Strauss Reports 'Progress' On Ship, Plane Atom Power - t 9 By th« Associated Press , DENVER. Feb. s—Admiral i Lewis L. Strauss, chairman of; the Atomic Energy Commission, disclosed last night "progress is j being made” on development of atomic reactors to power “large j ships” and aircraft to give “al i most unlimited range at high speeds.” But in the same breath he said the AEC is determined to give “fullest possible expression” to President Eisenhower’s “atoms for peace” proposal, i Admiral Strauss and Floyd B. Odium. New York financier and uranium mining official, ad dressed delegates to the Na tional Western Mining Confer ence. How great the use of the atom for peacetime purposes may be- i have determined that the com- j monly used stimulants had no j beneficial effect and that alcohol, i contrary to common belief, ac- | tually hastens cooling, although ; there are indications of a pos sible protective effect on the j . | heart. Doubts Value of Data, j Dr. A. C. Ivy, head of the de- j partment of clinical science at the University of Illinois, and a ; founder of the National Society , for Medical Research, testified at the Nuernberg trials against i the research methods used by the Nazi physicians. He declared ! that nothing of value came from the experiments which he de scribed as cruel, needless and un ■ justified. I Some medical researchers, 1 while condemning the Nazi • methods, do not share Dr. Clos . son’s antipathy against making ■ use of any data derived from them, if it should happed to be ■ useful. r "it is like stolen or tainted i money,” one of them explained. 1 “You never would condone the • theft; still, if the money could > not be restored to its rightful [ owner, it would seem justified to 1 devote it to charity or other pub -1 lie good.” \ Tokyo Wars on Dogs ! TOKYO, Feb. 5 (aP). —Tokyo t health authorities will put out i 1,000 poisoned buns for five > nights starting Monday to kill ,! off stray dogs. Tokyo newspapers | listed locations in a warning to > owners of licensed dogs. i come was reflected in Mr. Od- I lum’s view that industrial uses j for uranium, the key component | in atomic development, will in crease so rapidly the Nation may | face a shortage of the vital ore. Mr. Odium predicted uranium fueled central station power plants will be in construction in the United States by 1960. In his address Admiral Strauss said the Navy will launch a second atomic sub, the Sea Wolf, this year, and has two sister ships in its 1955 budget. The world’s first atom-powered sub marine, the Nautilus, was launched two weeks ago at Gro ton, Conn. The AEC chief declined com ment on the “large ships” or ; any other of the Nation’s super i secret atom projects. ; Jury to Begin Deliberating i In Askins Trial Monday ! A jury is scheduled to begin deliberating Monday in the first ! degree murder trial of Robert E. : Askins, 35. Askins, who is colored, is ac i cused of murdering Ruth Mc- Donald. 31, colored, by giving her a drink of whisky containing poison on December 28, 1938. The trial began last Monday be fore a jury in the U. S. District ; Court for the District of Colum bia Judge Edward M. Curran, who is presiding, recessed the case yesterday until Monday, after Assistant United States Attor ney Thomas A. Flannery had made the opening final argu ment for the prosecution. De fence Atorney George E. C. Hayes is to make his final argu ment Monday morning. Rebuttal argument by the prosecution is to follow, after which Judge Cur ran is scheduled to give the jury final instructions. Yesterday, Mr. Flannery argued to the jury of 10 men and two women that testimony has proved that Askins gave the woman the poisoned drink. He also argued that testimony by psychiatrists indicated Askins was of sound mind at the time in December, 1938. Lecture Postponed At Unitarian Church A lecture by the psychiatrist, Dr. Eric Fromm, scheluled to night at All Souls’ (Unitarian) Church, has been postponed due to Dr. Fromm’s illness in New 1 York. VIRGINIA BIT A I Ilf ITT North Glebe Rd. at 16th St., Arlington, Va. I*l I ■ VLI VC I REV. H. S. COFFEY, D.D., Minister 9:45 pnd 1 1 :00 o.m— "ON MY HONOR." In/avt Care During Services 9:45 o.m. to 12:00—Church School Nursery Through Juniors. 9:4sa.m.—Adult Closses. 11 00a.m.—Junior and Senior High Groups. “ARLINGTON Glebe Road at South Eighth St., Arlington, Va. Located on Glebe Road, 7 Blocks South of Arlington Blvd. (U. S. SO) or 2 Blocks North of Columbia Pike HARRY WARDELL BACKHUS, 111. Minister Walter G. Bangle, Associate Minister Louise Aycock, Director of Education Elizabeth Mac Ewen, Minister of Music 9:30 ond 11:00 o.m.—Church School. 9:30 ond 11 :00 o.m.—Morning Worship Services. Sermon: "THE POWER OF AN IDEA." The Rev. Mr. Backhus, Preaching Both Services. Nursery Durino Services 8:00 p.m—BOY SCOUT SERVICE. "ANY DRAGONS TO BE SLAIN?" Rev. Mr, Bockhus, Preoching, PL| T n A I Fairfax Dr. and N. Stafford St.. Art., Va. C IN I l\ A L REV. CLAUDE F. MOSELEY Minister 9:45 a.m.—Church School, All Ages 7 :00 p.m.—Youth Groups. 1 I :00 a m.— "CHRIST LOOKS ON." > 7:15 p.m.—Evening Service. Nitrs'-rn During Service CLARENDON North Irving & Sixth Sts., Arl.. Va. Rev. James L. Robertson. D.D.. Minister Rev. James John. Assistant Minister 9:00 and 11:15 o.m— "BUILDERS FOR TOMORROW'S WORLD." 8:00 p.m— "FAMILY PORTRAITS." Dr, J, L. Robertson. C A I D C A V Court House Dr. at Payne St„ Fairfax, Va. rAIKT A A REV. J. HERMAN CARROLL, Minister Worship Services. 9:00 ond 11:15 o.m. Church School, 10:00 o.m. M. Y. F., 6:30 p.m. MARYLAND HYATTSVILLE MtthM Baltimore Avenue at Hamilton Street EDGAR W. BECKETT. Minister 9:00 ».m.—Church School In the New Education*! Buildlnt. Three Identical Services at 9:00. 10:10. 11:10 »■». Sermon: “AN APPOINTMENT WITH GOD. ’ 8:00 p.m —BOV SCOUT NIGHT. „ „ Nurseru Provided tor Children— Ample Parking in the Rear ol the Chur ell i P»PI) nA A IN Ager Rood at Roanoke St. AV3EK KUALJ OWEN E. OSBORNE. Minister Church School, 9:00 ond 10:00 a.m. Youth Fellowship, 7:00 p.m. Worship, 9:00 and 11:00 a.m—"PERSONAL PEACE." Nursery During Worship Services PT DAI II East-West Highway at Grubb Road Jit ■ /A ULe Where Silver Spring and Chevy Chase Meet THOMAS H BAKER. Minister 11:00 o.m— "THE ROAD TO PEACE." 9:45 a.m—Church School 5:30 p.m—Youth Fellowship MARVIN MEMORIAL SILVER°SPRING N MARYLAND FRANKLIN PAUL HARRIS. Minister CATHARINE LANTZ. Dir. Christian Ednc. 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.— Worship Services. “THE MEANING OF PEACE.” Pre-Lenten Communion. iNurserg at 11 <lO O'clock Service) 9:30 and 11:00 a m—Church School. 4:00 p.m—Youth Preparatory Class. 5:30 p.m —Family Fellowships. 6:30 p_m.—Youth Groups. 6:45 p.m.—Color Film: “JOHN WESLEY." All Invited Tuesday and Friday. 8:00-10:00 P.m. —Leadership Training. UNIVERSITY CHURCH cSStt. WILLIAM E. SMITH, Th.D., Minister Morning Worship—9:oo and 11 :00 o.m. Church School, 9 o.m. Closses for Older Youth ond Adults, 10:10 o.m. n/ AADfiinV 8750 Georqia- Ave., Silver Spring, Md. nHU IIS IU tl REV J. MILTON ROGERS. D.D.. Minister 9-30 and 11:00 a.m.—Church School 9’30 and 11*00 am— Worship. “FAITH IN A WORLD OF FEAR. g .iu ana g Dunnn Bo ,„ Serv , ce , BETHESDA 8300 o,< * Georgetown Road MARION S. MICHAEL. Minister C. G. MURADIAN Associate Minister 9.30 ond II 00 o.m. —Church School 9*30 and 11:00 a.m —Holy Communion and Sermon: "TO BE OR NOT TO BE" Nursery Care During Both Services n » gi 7001 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE ■a. ft 1/ li Raymond Huntar Brown, Ministar Two Morning Services, 9:30 ond 11:00 o.m. Nursery During Both Services Church School, 9:30 ond 11:00 o.m. Youth Groups, 7:00 p.m. KENSINGTON, MD. ST. PAUL’S, KENSINGTON, MD. FAWCETT AND MITCHELI STS. EDWARD H. PORTER. Minister 9:30 and 11 KX> o.m.—Church School (Nursery lor Children) * 9:30 ond 11 :00 o.m.—Morning Worship Services. NORTHEAST SOUTHEAST WAUGH METHODIST North Carolina Ave. BIRL'a. *KESTEr!’ M?nfst«r J* °wi| B rM9» S |U leu 9:45 a.m.—Church School FLMER A. WILCHER, Minister / ll:<Mi am.—Holy Communion. 9:45 a.m—Church School 6:30 p.m.—Youth Fellowship 11 00 a m —Worship Service L \ \ II A >1 FIRST-BRADBURY HTS. Whttefleld Rood Bowen Rd. at Alabama Ave. S.E. REV LOUISM tOWG. Peeler DORSEY K. STURGIS MlnleUr Identical Services. 9:45 a.m. School. 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. 11:00 a m.— Holy Communion. 9:45 and 11:00 a.m.—Church School Nursery During Service 1:00 p.m. Youth Fellowship. T:3O p.m.—Prayer and Felloerehlp. Kaufman and Paul Win Recognition for Long Service to USO Special recognition was given last night to two USO leaders on the I4th anniversary celebra tion of the organization, which honored the volunteers and men . and women of the armed forces. Citations went to Joseph D. Kaufman, honorary chairman , of the USO Area Committee, and to Duane M. Paul, chairman of i the National Capital Area USO Committee. 1 The party was held in the USO-Lafayette Square Club, by invitation of the National Cap ; ital Area USO Committee, Union Station USO-TA Lounge, and 1 the Lafayette group. Many men from the armed forces attended. A testimonial scroll was given | to Mr. Paul in recognition of his I 20 years of volunteer service in j the field of human welfare, especially in connection with the ! Community Chest Federation : | and United Community Serv ' j ices. His term as USO chairman ends soon because he is leaving ’ this area. Mr. Kaufman pre -1 sented the scroll to Mr. Paul. , Mrs. Robert T. Stevens, wife of ’ the Secretary of the Army, sub ; stituted for her husband and cut ! the birthday cake. Commissioner ' Renah F. Camalier read a proc lamation recognizing the anni versary. 1 The party, “A Salute to USO," ; honored the more than 150,000 volunteers who have taken an j active part in the program for 1 the Nation’s servicemen and ’ women during the past year. “Open house” was to be ob • served today and tomorrow at ■ both the USO Lounge at Lafay -1 ette Square and at Union Sta -5 tion. 182 Marines Return r ALAMEDA. Calif., Feb. 5 UP). i —The carrier USS Windham i Bay will dock at Alameda Naval t Air Station at 9 a.m. Monday, s Aboard are 182 veterans of the i Ist Marine Division in Korea, i coming home on rotation for ! discharge or reassignment. A. M. E. ZION JOHN WESLEY A. M. E. ZION CHURCH National Church of Zion Methodist Itth and Corcoran Sts. N.W. 1 E. Franklin Jackson. D D.. Minister J : 11:00 a.m.—Dr. Ernest A. Robinson. / 8:00 p.m.—“Who Shall Guide Us." Dr. Jackson. THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY g, 1956 Professor to Speak The Rev. William J. Hill, pro fessor of dogmatic theology at the Dominican House of Studies, | will speak on "Teacher ,and \ Physician—The Doctrine and . Miracle of Christ” before the i School of Theology for Laymen j at 8 p.m. Monday in the audito -1 rium of Trinity College, Michigan avenue and Franklin street N.E. 1 ANNIVERSARY SERVICE ’ Qlfjp Uuffant §>atoano y requests the honor of your presence at the service cojnmemorating the 1 In ■ birth anniversary of ! JUki £>afoar J |HHj|] fttrpal &iurih &alub W Delhi, India \ Sunday Afternoon, N the Sixth of February \ One thousand nine hundred end fifty-live 1 it four o’clock - Friends Meeting House ( 2111 Florida Avenue N.W., Washington, D. C. . Refreshments et «ix-thirty o'clock Please omit gifts t ' 11 . ' * r WASHINGTON BIBLE INSTITUTE I WASHINGTON BIBLE INSTITUTE i 1441 Rhode Island Avenue N.W. r For Information, Gall HObart 2-1733 1 SECOND SEMESTER EVENING SCHOOL - January 31 to May 24—Last Day to Register, February 15 MONDAY CLASSES j 6:4o—Per. Evang.; Bible Geog.; Prophecy; Visual Aids | B:oo—Missions; Matthew; Jewish Evang. ' ; " Dr. Telford Teaching Matthew at Popular Bible Clast. ,1 B:ss—Music Theory; Prayer; Chr. Evid.; Bible Intro, e TUESDAY CLASSES 6:4o—Life of Christ; Pedagogy; Adolescents; Greek; r O. T. Unit. I. - 8:00—N. T. Unit III; Doctrine II; Child Evang.; Greek. 8:55—0. T. Unit II; Church Hist.; Practice Teaching. PRIVATE LESSONS IN VOICE AND PIANO “A CLASS FOR YOU ” CONGREGATIONAL CONGREGATIONAL [ . CONGREGATIONAL . S B 10th and G Streets N.W. „ ■ Ministers: ■ R S I Carl Heath Kopf Charles W. Parker ■ Q T® Minuter at Music Onanist ■ u Whitford L. Hall Marion E. Gibbons " 9:45 o.m.—Church School for All Ages. 11 :00 a m— YOUTH SUNDAY SERVICE. Nursery. 9:45 and 11:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.—Youth Groups. 8:00 p.m.— Patriotic Service by Women's Relief Corps. ' Nursery. and 11:00 AM _____ ,Y L. Inderstrodt, Minister of Education j Weslern and Mass. Aves. at the Circle. Malian McNabb Herrington, Minister of Music 11*00 am.—Morning Worship. Communion Meditation: "HE RESTORETH MY SOUL" 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.—Church Schobl. p.m.—Hiph School Fellowship. nW T r W l UT 17th and P Streets N.W. MTKj ■ JTltf U 1 II JEFFERSON P. ROGERS, Minister 9:30 o.m.—Church School. 11:00 a.m. —Morning Worship. Sermon: "NOT IN VAIN." 6:00 pm.—Plymouth Forum —THE HON. FRANCIS BIDDLE, "IRRESPONSIBILITY IN AMERICAN POLITCS" Thursday, 8:00 p.m. — Midweek Service. CLEVELAND PARK 3400 Lowell Street N.W. I ALFRED W. HURST, D.D., Minister Ronald Ekberg, Assistant 9:30 a.m.—£hurch School. 11*00 am. —Worship and Sermon. BOY SCOUT SUNDAY. "THE WILDERNESS PROPHET" Cinrillu lirPUtplC REV e C. n SHELBY R rooks! Minister 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m. —Morning Worship. Social Action Sunday—"THE CRISIS OF FREEDOM Pp n■C # C 4704 13th Street N.W. CUrLE d ARTHUR FLETCHER ELMES, Minister 9:30 a.m. —The Graded Church School. 11:00 a.m— "GOD, THE LORD SPEAKING." Holy Communion. Thursday, 6:30 p.m. — Church Night. "The Friendliest Church in the City" CHRISTIAN CHURCHES (DISCIPLES) THE NATIONAL CITY CHRISTIAN CHURCH THOMAS CIRCLE DR. J. WARREN HASTINGS, Minister WILLIAM J. NOTTINGHAM, Associate Minister KARL HALVORSON, Organist-Choirmaster 9:45 a.m. —Church School. ; 10:50 a.m—Morning Worship. "YOUTH SUNDAY." Dr. Hastings. 6:30 and 7:30 p.m.—Young People's Groups. COLUMBIA HEIGHTS HAR S RY°I' BELL, Minister I I 9*5 o.m.—Bible School. 7:00 p.m.—Young Adult Fellowship. 10:50 o.m.—Service. Choploin Vernon M. Goodhond. ■ sfe NINTH STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH ■■ Ninth and D Streets N.E. PB - J. LLOYD BLACK. Minister wjrMA F. MEKVIN MARTIN, Assistant Minister 10:50 o.m— "WHO ARE YOU?" Dr. Block. 7:45 p.m.—Annual Youth Week Service, * Such an Age as This." Rev. F. Meiyin Martin CICTECNITM CTR FET IS,II St. and Kanfucky Ava. S.E. rlr I CCN in Jl ACC I ERIC daf.necke. n.D„ Minuter 9:30 a m.—Church School. 6:00 p.m.—Young People. 10:50 a.m—Sermon: "ONE FELLOWSHIP IN CHRIST." MINNESOTA AVE. StfYfcfflfiS 9:45 a.m.—Bible School. 6:15 p.m.—Christian Endeavor. 11 :00 a.m— “THE MAGIC OF KINDNESS." 7:30 p m— "THE NIGHT C&METH." Rev. Nichols Preaching ot Both Services, Falls Church First Christian JAMF.S CLAYTON PIPPIN. MlnUter ahlisuiun. ! 945 o m —Church School (Nursery). 11 :00o.m.—Junior Church. ‘ 11 ;00 a.m.— "YOUTH MAKES THE CHOICE." WILSOH BOULEVARD a 'Vo? d J o' GLENDALE BURTON. MlnUter 11:00 a.m—Sermon: "THE WORK OF FAITH." 9:45 a.m.—Bible School. 11 :00 a.m.—Junior Church. Miehlcan Park XVOtfSF BETHESD A ARTHUR A. AZLEIN, MlnUter mm mm mm 9:45 a.m.—Church School. WUennrin and Hnnt Avee. 11:00 a m —Momln* Worship. 4608 Hunt Ave., Chevy Chose, Md. N«r,erv ROBERT W. SHAW. Minister MT. RAINIER Bonier S Hin n Rd. 9:45 a.m.*— Sunday School REV. MARION B BRWMN. MlnUter 4!,ht'rn* m n-., l»!u . N.'fun'* 10:45 in.— YanoT UH^nrse**t*Servtce „3unlor_Church Nurmrj_ Boy Seeute Will Be Guests. BPiriPVII I C *■ ADAMS AND 6:.'tu p.m.—Christian Endravor KUL.Iv VILLE n rfKRSON STS. II BVAIffIDIA 2723 XING Interim Minister ALr Annilllin STREET 9:45 a m —Church School. iNursery) pi—l Als.lmAlmm Pkessnk 11:00—Moraine Worship. INursery) First cnrisnan unurcn ... mn-rnN pershing drive WILBUR S. fIOGVOLL. Minister AnLInlllUII AT N. HIGHLAND 10:45 a'm.—VoulVfn'charee'ef Serrice O* ®*VID SHREEVEB. Mlnl.Ur Nursery—Junior Church Fo S.4 l JLA*7!te?ft 6 7:80 p.m. Youth Nleht. “FAITH SEEKS AN ANSWER" A-9 USIA Official to Speak William Hamilton, an officer of the public information staff of the United States Information Agency, will speak on "The Bat tle for Men’s Minds” during a program sponsored by the Social Action Committee of the Calvary Baptist Church, Eight and H streets N.W., at 6 p.m. in the church's Vaughn Hall.