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wM % IjjH JH» JH * ' jB B H \'W .fg -% '* , ‘ « ’ ' V ’/;%': kt” 4r* '^l STAR REPORTER WINS WRITING AWARD Miss Mary McGrory of The Star receives a scroll from Secre tary of Labor Mitchell as top winner in the newswriting awards last night at the Washington Newspaper Guild's Front Page Ball in the Hotel Statler.—Star Staff Photo. First-Quarter U. S. Output Gets Off to Fastest Start By the Associated Press President Eisenhower's Council of Economic Advisers estimates that the Nation's total produc tion jumped by $7 billion in the first quarter of this year, closely approaching the all-time eco nomic high of mid-1953. The annual production rate— s 369 billion, based on production continuing at the present rate— reported yesterday was the high est ever for any first quarter, and thus got the Nation started on the year at the swiftest eco nomic pace in its history. On the basis of this informa tion—but without citing figures —Secretary of Commerce Weeks told a news conference Thurs day there were clear indications that 1955 should be the best business year ever. The first quarter report of the President’s economic advisers, published yes terday, indicated that only an economic downturn of major proportions during the rest of U. S. Gain Seen In Integration LAFAYETTE, Ind., April 16 (/P). United States Commis sioner of Education Samuel M. Brownell said today the Supreme Court's public school desegrega tion decision has convinced many foreign nations that this country favors equality of opportunity for all races. The high court ruled last May 17 that segregation of Negro and white pupils in public schools is unconstitutional. The court has just finished hearing arguments on how and when it should order that ruling put into effect. “The impact of the decision has had profound world reaction in convincing many that our country takes more seriously than many believed its concern for equality of opportunity to those of all races,” Dr. Brownell said. The education commissioner NATIONAL TABERNACLE Invitation to Hear Rev. J. D. Carlson JjyA Minneepolii, Minnesota A Sincere. Spirit-Filled Evangelist . . . Former M Pastor of the Large Avenue Road Church, BjK|gHSß§^' Toronto. Ilia Evangelistic Ministry Has Taken iL JK Him From Coast to Coast. Alaska and the 3Nra||H?' West Indies. Mrs. Carlson. Who Will Assist, la a Talented Pianist and Marimbist. REV J. D. CARLSON PLUS f%Mrs. Lorraine Morrison Toronto, Ontario eßtgy Talented Contralto Soloist. Mrs. Morrison 1* a v Recording Artist, Her Recordings Being Used P in Over 400 Radio Stations in the U. S. A. on v “ Devotional Programs. Her Singing Will Lilt * <You Heavenward. MR*. LORRAINX MORRISON Sunday, April 17, Through Sunday, April 24, 1955 11:00 «.n. and 7:45 p.m. an Sunday*; 7:45 p.m. Weak Night* The National Tabernacle <NON‘SKCTARIAN I 6440 Piney Branch Reed N.W. At Corner es Georgie Aye. 1862 KALORAMA RD. N. W. The Washington Heights Presbyterian Church Building is now available for purchose ond immediate occupancy. Shown by appointment. Price $150,000 1200 15H» S». N.W. Exclmti— CO. 5-0222 i the year could prevent 1955 from l! boosting the United States econ i omy to a new peak. This was so because the previ i ous peak year was 1953, when the full year’s gross national production total output of goods and services—came to $364.9 billion. First-quarter pro duction that year was only $361,750,000,000. some $7,250.- 000,000 below the first-quarter pace of this year. The peak quarter of 1953. which was also the all-time high for any quar ter’s economic activity, was $369.9 billion, or less than a billion dollars above the opening-quar ter rate this year. The gross national product re port from the President’s eco nomic advisers is published j monthly by the Joint Congres sional Committee on the Eco nomic Report. It utilizes statis tical reports on all sectors of the economy from many quarters in the Government. * also said the decision confronts a sizable number of States with their "biggest single educational problem.” "Schools in 17 States have op erated for many years on prem ises which have been ruled invalid,” he explained in a speech I prepared for the 38th annual meeting of the Central States Modern Language Teachers' As sociation at Purdue University. "The impact of the decision . challenges the highest states , manship of each of these States Ip plan and carry forward proc esses of great educational, social and economic importance.” Police Present Judge j With Set of Luggage Chief Judge Charles W. Wood ward of the Montgomery County t Circuit Court yesterday was pre sented a set of luggage by the Montgomery County Police Asso • ciation. Judge Woodward, who is retir ing after 20 years’ service on the i circuit court bench, returned to his office for the presentation. He had completed his duties ! Thursday. Bigger Staff And Pay Rise at Hospital Urged Funds to provide a bigger medical staff and higher pay for personnel at District General Hospital must be provided in the year beginning July 1 if 1 the hospital's present high standards are to be maintained. Commis sioner Renah F. Camalier de clared yesterday. The Commissioner made this observation as a 38-page report outlining major needs of the institution was filed with Public Health Director Daniel L. Seck tnger by Dr. Philip A. E. Stub bing, hospital superintendent. Mr. Camalier, on the advice of i Dr. Seckinger, refused to release j the report to the public at this time. The Commissioner ex plained that Dr. ' Seckinger should have a chance to study it before its contents are made i public. The document was understood to deal in great detail with such needs as more and better paid medical personnel at D. C. Gen eral. "I personally feel that the en tire staff is underpaid, from Dr. Seckinger and Dr. Stebblng on down the line,” Mr. Camalier asserted. More funds are necessary, he said, to hold onto a qualified medical staff if the hospital is ; to be kept at the “pinnacle of standards.” He pointed out that only a week ago the hospital lost a "very valuable physician” who decided to enter private prac tice rather than struggle along on his city pay. The report stems from con ferences held in recent weeks by Commissioner Camalier and hos pital officials and top brass of the Public Health Department. LECTURE StßltS LECTURE SERIES THE CAPITOL HILL LECTURE SERIES Prtsantt Seven Lectures on The Bible and the Uncommon Reader *y The Rav. Lawrence D. Folkemer, Ph.D. Minister, Church of the Reformation; Professorial Lecturer in Comparative Religion, The George Washington University Every Tuesday, B>3o p.m. Fellowship Hall, Beginning April 19,1955 Gkurcli of the Rcftrmation Registration Period, 212 *«* Copitol Stroot 8:00-8:30 P.M, $2.00 Lincoln 3-4200 i- - - CHRISTIANITY AND MODERN MAN „ CHRISTIANITY AND MODERN MAN ANNOUNCES A Spring Course of Five Tues- V day Evening Lectures Entitled MODERN MAN RE-READS THE BIBLE REV. THEODORE *O. WEDEL, S.T.D. Worden of the College of Preochers, Author of the Coming Greot Church, the Christianity of Main Street, Etc., Etc. Beginning Tuesday Evening APRIL 19th AT 1:30 P.M. at TAYLOR HALL, BEAUVOIR SCHOOL WASHINGTON CATHIDRAL GROUNDS : ENROLLMENT TBI, ft.ee AUDITORS. *I.OO PER LECTURE CHURCHES OP CHRIST o HEAR EVANGELIST HARRY PICKUP. SR. OF TAMPA. FLORIDA APRIL l?th THROUGH Mth CHURCH OF CHRIST Cast Bml Street et Church Piece, Fells Church. Vlrglnl* SUNDAYS 8:45 DAILY 10:9# A.M., 7:4* P.M. WELCOME I CHURCHES OF CHRIST Hoot tho "Harold of Truth," WMAL, ARC Network, 1:00 p.m,. Sunday VIRGINIA ARLINGTON—2O Norik Irving Strutt (18-L Bus Prom Wasnmotor to Irvtno St > FEED B WALKED Minister Phene JA S-BA4# 9:45 a.m.—Bible School. 7:45 p.m.—Troining Class. 11:00 a m —"THI ALLS OF THE GREAT COMMISSION." 7:45 p.m.—"URUISEP REEDS." ALEXANDRIA-111 East Braddoek Raad S. C. KINNINGHAM, Minister. TE. 6-6781 10:45 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.—Worship Services. 9:45 a.m.—Bible School. Wed., 8:00 p.m.—Bible Study. FALLS CHURCH-East Braad and Ckurek Pitot ROBERT C. OZ. Minister. Phene JE. Si-1494 Bible School—*0:00 o.m. 8:45 o.m. ond 11:00 om.—Morning Worship. 7:45 p.m.—Evening Worship WASHINGTON, D. C. 161 k and Oaontur—4Bol Sixteentk Strati N.W. t-t Dee Steps et Deer A. B. HOLTON. Mtetaten T L. SALMONS. Ant. Minister. Tt. 2-27*1 11.00 o.m.— “A COLONY OF HEAVEN’* 8:00 p.m.— “THE LIFE EVERLASTING” SOUTHEAST—26OO Mißnoseta Avinue S.E. BILLY HOOO, Minister. Phene LU. 4-1602 GUEST SPEAKER, BONDS STOCKS 8:45 ond 11:00 o.m. and 7:00 p.m. . —Young Adult Class. AVALON HEIGHTS—2Bth and Douglas Streets N.E. HARRY L. POSTLETHWAIT. Minister. Phene LA. 6-2913 10 o.m,—Bible School. Worship— 11 o.m. ond p.m. 13th and Irving Sts. N.W. S. Dauglas Ortsr, Minister 10 a m —KM- School 11 am. one i e m.-Wor.hlo rhea. RA A-AOtn WEST HYATTSVILLE, MD. SILVER SPRING, MD. SOM) on* toHersoa Stroot. 100 franklin Avenue Den McGmshey, Minister Clyde Sloan, Minister *». T.sdie lo 4.056*. jo. s-etrt i, in ‘srrKbvUnK »2ii'ss+tafc-* Hr. ACCEPTS CALL —The Rev. Edgar C. Rakow has re sighed as pastor of Bethle hem Lutheran Church to become executive secretary 1 of missions and church ex- j tension, Southeastern Dis- j trict, Lutheran Church— Missouri Synod. Mr. Rakow will preach his farewell sermon at Bethlehem i Church on April 24. His headquarters for the new post is in Charlotte, N. C. FBI NOT IMPRESSED BY PHONY ADMIRAL NEW YORK (A*).—The FBI has arrested a long shoreman on charges of illegally wearing a rear admiral's uniform. The Fedral agents yester day seized Arthur Hunt, who said he was wearing the uni form to impress an uniden tified rich property owner and get a good job from him. Hunt, 52. said stars on his uniform came from a motor- j cycle jacket and that he ■ made his campaign ribbons i from old neckties. SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION 1 - 1Brr " ' 1 SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION WIDE VS’M I ARE INVITED TO TUU 29,500 CHURCHES * \ mJikyWfyyL— k—u. aiwifT» Cfoilat JkTPie ftnaum BAPTISTS BELIEVE: 1. In the sole authority of the Holy Scriptures as a book of guidance in their faith and practice. 2. The ability of the individual soul to do business spiritually and personally with God as a triune spiritual being manifested three persons, as Father, Son and Holy Spirit. 3. Local and congregational government including the fact that the local church is a self-governing spiritual democracy under the headship of Jesus Christ. 4. In the absolute separation of church and state, as one great theologian has put it, “a free church in a free state” each co operating with the other but with separate and distinct functions. One supremely effectual in the spiritual realm and the other in the civic realm. . 5. In the simple symbolism of the two church ordinances bap tism and the Lord’s Supper Baptists hold that the New Testament teaches baptism by immersion only and baptism for believers only. Baptists do not hold to the Lord’s Supper as a sacramental ordi nance or having any saving power such as is taught in transub stantiation and consubstantiation or even the mystical, presence. Baptists interpret the Lord’s Supper as being purely symbolic of the Death, Burial and Resurrection of Jesus. This voluntary and substitutionary death was for the sins of the whole human race. In their participation in this symbolic ordinance they enjoy a spiritual fellowship with God and are reminded of Christ’s Death, Burial and Resurrection for us; as also in this sacred symbolism they . anticipate His personal and bodily return to the earth. i, • a The Following Arlington, Alexandria and Fairfax, Virginia, Churches Participating . . . CHURCH PASTOR EVANGELIST DATE Annandale Rev. William J. Cumbie Dr. Harold L. Fickett, Sr. April 17-24 Arlington Rev. Len F. Stevens Paster April 10-17 Ballsten Rev. R. B. Stanton Dr. Lemuel Hall April 10-24 Baptist Tempi# Rev. Ryland T. Dodge Rev. Dale Crowley April 10-24 Beulek Dr. Chester L. Bishop Rev. R. 6. Key April 17-24 Ben Air Rev. William D. Bender Rev. Horace Ricks April 11-17 • Columbia Rev. Richard M. Stephenson Dr. Frank Brasington April 18-24 Del Ray _ Rev. J. P. Gulley Rev. David Hammock April 17-24 Fairfax __ Rev. John Leslie Hart Rev. James P. Wilbourn April 11-17 First Alexandria Dr. Ernest F. Campbell Dr. Winston Pearee April 17-24 First—Clarendon ... Dr. M. Jackson White Dr. Bays L. Meßlethlen April 10-17 Blanearlyn Read Rev. J. C. Jones Rev. William J. Cumbie April 10-17 Greenbrier Rev. Paul S. Carter Dr. Robert P. Hamby April 10-24 Grevatan Rev. John Adkersen Rev. Themes Steele April 17-28 Herndon Rev. Leland W. Wyatt Rev. Sydney H. Odom April 17-24 Mount Vernon Rev. Willard R. Pieree Rev. Fred Dabney April 11-20 National Dardens ...Rev. J. Hatvey Nichols Rev. James H. Pareell April 11-20 Plymouth Rev. Philip M. Hutekinsen Pastor April 10-17 Previdenee Rev. Fred D. Bean Chaplain Harry S. McKnight April 10-24 Woedbridge ...Rev. A. T. Worley Paster ' April 10-24 Weedlawn Rev. R. (9 Key Rev. Paul MoCullan April 10-17 ' THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C. SATTRDAY. AFRfI IS, IMS ** A-7