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Holy Week Services'
Planned Tomorrow 11 In Area Churches jj Many Washington area 0 churches will hold services to- : morrow as part of their Holy 1 . Week observance. c Representative Judd, Repub- I lican, of Minnesota, will speak c at 8 pm. in Reformation Luth- 1 eran Church, 212 East Capitol f street. At St. Peter’s Evangelical 8 Lutheran Church, 1725 Michi , gan avenue N.E., the Rev. Don- I aid F. Brake, pastor, will talk on F ‘ The Tears of Jesus” at the 8 1 p,m. worship. c “Y” Series to Close 8 The lenten supper series spon sored by the Central Branch 8 YMCA, 1736 O street N.W.. will Q close tomorrow. Dr. George M. j Docherty, minister of New York . Avenue Presbyterian Church, will bring the message. The Rev. George H. Yount, minister of First Presbyterian Church. Arlington, Va., will con duct a service at 8:30 p.m. , A young people's worship will be held in the Full Gospel Taber nacle. 915 Massachusetts avenue; N.W., tomorrow at 8 pm. The i Rev Lloyd Christiansen, pastor, will conduct the service. Washington City Brethren Church, Fourth street and North Carolina avenue S.E., will also hold a service at 8 pm. with the Rev. Duane H. Ramsey, minis ter, In charge. Dr. Sydnor L. Stealey, presi dent of the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, will speak on “Victories of Faith” at the 8 -p.m service in National Baptist Memorial Church, Sixteenth street and Columbia road N.W. Air Force Chaplain Harry A. McKnight, jr„ will preach on » “Sheep, Prodigals and Rebels” at the 8 p.m. worship in Briggs Baptist Church, 5144 Massa chusetts avenue, Westmoreland Hills, Md. District area churchgoers and visitors attended Palm Sunday services yesterday in record numbers. 1,917 at Cathedral Washington Cathedral had its largest Palm Sunday gathering in recent years, with 1,917 wor shipers. This was approximately 200 more than attended services a year ago and nearly 300 more than were present in 1953 and j 1952. New York Avenue Presbyterian j Church also attracted a large gathering, with 1,750 persons in the congregation. Other churches of the metropolitan area reported their attendance equalled or surpassed that of last year. Palms were distributed in all Catholic and Episcopal churches and in many churches of other denominations. Many churches were scheduled to hold noonday services today. Among them are Epiphany Epis copal Church. 1317 G street N.W.; National Presbyterian Church, Eighteenth street and Connecticut avenue N.W.. and Reformation Lutheran Church, 212 East Capitol street. Priest Lauds FBI Group For integrity Example Our country's “best people” were urged to enter the fields of government, education, labor re lations and literature by the Rev. James Keller, founder of the Christopher Movement, yester day. Father Keller spoke to 600 FBI workers, relatives and friends at the group’s sixth annual ' breakfast at the Mayflower hotel, j He told the gathering the FBI was a good example of “in tegrity” and "devotion” in gov ernment. ADVERTISEMENT. The truth behind that Dixon-Yates brawl ’'Scandal! Giveaway! Corrup tion!”— that’a what foes call this government contract. But what is the truth? April Reader’s Digest brings you the most readable and in formative story of the Dixon- Yates ruckus that has yet ap peared.' Don’t miss this first complete picture of what has been a jigsaw puzzle of conflict ing news items. Get April Reader's Digest to day : 42 articles of lasting inter est, including the best from leading magazines and current books, in condensed form. Visit oily of »h«* • WINSLOW STORES • m Nan Tart A. a N W NA 4 0410 • |7MA‘W Ava Nt IU 1 4754 • 5411 OwaaM O aa»t M., H»afll WA 7 Till • 7514 Win An-, tart. MO 01 4 4140 » 0211 Oa A.a.S S.M4 IU 0 7704 • 5107 taOa Art.. H,m M 4 WA 7 lilt • Mil lOrth •«.. Art. »a IA 5-7070 • 1010 Ow Art HW AO 10047 • nit OARKIN6 'lnside' Clue on 'Outside Job' Brings Arrest of Employe Two men were arrested yes terday in a housebreaking “in side job” faked to look like an outside theft. Probational Detective Clarence W. Knotts of the third precince cracked the case. He charged Howard W. Plumfner, 20, colored, of the 2100 block of N street N.W., with housebreaking, and Samuel Jackson. 18, colored, of the 900 block of S street S.W., as an accessory after the fact. Plummer is a service man for Paul L. Brand Si Son, a motion picture equipment firm at 2153 K street N.W. The company’s office was ransacked March 18, and SB4 was taken. Pulled-out desk drawers, and an open second-floor window, made it appear as though an outsider had entered the place. But Detective Knotts noted the Safeway Guaranteed BONELESS BOTTOM ROUND STEAK Budget VSDA “ Choice ” *75 .79 lotwui* \-jCUBE I \ STEAKS I sTE SKS^ BBE^on^ t? » I QQC cl ;BE incites „ the 1 H \ a” • A *' th * ith"rt> ustar<l P o* C meat- Bor'“ k1 * DW “ 'JJD’ibUs*- \ Thaw price. effeellre im eseß ste **„ m ftot t* ._ r about *° Wednesday. April 6th. Wl *OU “ P ’* * tU W***. IMS. I. tt. WhUuM. ’sl W ° r coo* o' o ** pte «n« D. C.. Metropolitan trad 4’. - ll p^ r - T I ; _ • ' NOTHING TO PAY UNTIL OCTOBER! NO MONEY DOWN—TAKE 36 MONTHS TO PAY U Mim U ¥ i I g / / 1 /JJhi ... PRICED FOR ANY BUDGET *>“ r<»" j MaMMWMnasasaia| home w j;h Alsco Atu / I minum Storm Doors and .__ ... Fj®gi r 8 Wi "d° w *«" tW * **■»• WEATHERGUARD makes this amazing I amazing oiler. offer so you can enjoy the comforts of Wwßr I ALUMA ROLL Aluminum Awnings (that actually roll up and down) NOW and IHRb I then in October you can make your first idK FOR small monthly payment of little as $5 BHII FREE a month. ■■■■■■■■■l ~ Home Demonstration Phone Til 10 P.M. ]||ERTHERGIIfIRn % INC 1 ! ALStU, INI. | HUDSON | 1321 14th St. N.W. 1 8-6330 j window opened on a sheer, 30- foot drop, and dust on its sill i showed no footmarks. He began checking details about the em . ployes. ■ He said Plummer admitted un i der questioning that he made a . 1 duplicate office key months ago. ;! Plummer said he took the money 11 March 18 to pay a $45 debt to [ 1 Jackson, the officer added. • | Detective Knotts said Plum mer told him Jackson drove him :i to the office and waited while i Plummer took the money and set i! the stage. 5 1 The two men were scheduled • to appear in court today. 1 760,000 Oil Burners Sold i CHICAGO.—A total of 760,000 . j oil burners of all types was sold ; 1 in the United States last year. Knights of Coiumbus Honors Late Members The District of Columbia Knights of Columbus honored 22. members who died during the past year at a Paftn Sunday memorial service yesterday in! the Knights of Columbus Hall, 918 Tenth street N.W. The group presented a memo rial chalice in the name of the deceased members to the Rev. Joseph B. Coyne, curate of St Gabriel's Catholic Church. John E. Lynch, chairman of the Dis- 1 trict chapter, made the presenta- j tion. John D. Fitzgerald told the more than 500 Knights of Colum bus present their departed com rades had been “true to their faith and true to their country” throughout their lives. Francis B. Myers, chairman of the program, presided. CHECK fpk BARGAINS I® W at SAFEWAY Grade A Milk Homofeniied 2Vn Vitamin D Milk —"’ 22 c n Tomato Juice s 2•- 49 c □ Applesauce “ —7 - S 1 □ Applesauce ~ “ 7*l □ Vet’s Dog Food*3 -49 □ Bel-air Succotash 2’E 41 ‘ □ Orange Juice ~ 2 m 25 c □ Orange Juice for Babies carton 49 c n Breaded Shrimp ST r 49‘ □ Haddock Fillets .v 39 c □ Fish Sticks is 39 c □ Seafood Dinner 59 c □ Westphalias Smoked*Butts ,b * 63‘n Plate Beef *■ 19 C □ Short Ribs 35 c □ Frankfurters - 43 c □ Sausage Links —is 29 c □ Golden Carrots s— -10 C □ Asparagus 39 c □ Fresh Corn «,3 - 25 c □ * Hither ta V». etwee. These prtess effeetlee vagleleM v of bmsines Wednesdsy. April 6. !».V>. In We«hln«len. D C. Betheede. Gllrer Serine. T.kom. Perk. Bletee.her*. Cerel Hill* I I f I f W f Hr.lt.vlHe. 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