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• THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D, C. TUESDAY, AUGUST «■ lass Young Settles Alleghany Suit NEW YORK, Aug. 2 (JP). —A stockholder group of Alleghany Corp. has won a reimbursement of $700,000 from its chairman, Robert R. Young and his asso ciates, in settlement of a suit to prevent Mr. Young from using the firm's funds for "personal partisan interests,” the New York Times says. The newspaper says Mr. Young’s attorneys will ask State Supreme Court Justice Owen McGivem today to approve the out-of-court settlement. The Times gave these details: The original suit sought to restrain Alleghany from buying a series of advertisements to "propagandize" Mr. Yount* dur ing his successful proxy fight for control of the New York Central Railroad. That suit, brought by stock holder Sadie Zenn, was consoli datetd with nine other similar suits by court order. The enlarged complaints charged Mr. Young and his as sociates with entering into vari ous transactions with Alleghany •'upon terms unfair to Alleghany and favorable to themselves.” The action also named Clint W. Murchison and Sid W. Rich ardson, Texas oil millionaires w-ho played a vital part in the struggle for the Central. The $700,000 which Alleghany Is to receive in the settlement is in addition to $1,308,733 paid to it by the New York Central after Mr. Young gained control, to reimburse Alleghany for Mr. Young’s expenses in the proxy campaign. German Reds Open New TV Station BERLIN, Aug. 2 UP!.—Com munist East Germany has just opened a new television station and plans three more by next winter. This will boost the number of stations to five, enabling East Germany to transmit programs to West Germany also. The new transmitter was in stalled at Brocken Mountain in the Harz region, close to the West German frontier. The East German government news agency. ADN, said today new stations also would be open ed within a few weeks at Insel burg, in Thuringia, also near the West German border, and at Rostock, on the Baltic Sea. By winter, ADN said, a big TV sta-j tion at Karl-Marx-City. formerly Chemnitz, will be completed. j Mopsy THIS VASE IS OVE(?^ 2 000 YE ARS 01 Of] VTHK> IS ONLYJ 10* OFF h: INSTANT Tender leaf Tea —TO INTRODUCE YOU TO THE INSTANT WAY TO MAKE The new Instant Tender Leaf is flavor ful, fragrant! A modem wonder . . . 100 % pure orange pekoe and pekoe black tea that dissolves into the liveli est, tea-tastingest drink ever. No slow steeping, no messy leaves or tea bags . . . what could be easier! So delicious you’ll never want to make iced tea the old way again. SO ECONOMICAL, TOO.:: ]., a,it, I NEW IMPROVED INSTANT Tender Leaf Tea BRAND 100% Pure Orange Pekoe A Pekoe Black Tea _____ NOW AT YOUR GROCER'SI m m || PETER P. RICE New Principal Rice Named Head Os Lower School At Sidwell Friends Peter P. Rice has been ap pointed principal of the lower school of Sidwell Friends School, according to Headmaster Robert S. Lyle. Mr. Rice takes over grades 1 to 4, with an enrollment of 200 boys and girls. He has been teaching the sixth grade and assisting with physical education since 1945. For the last seven years, he has been director of the lower school summer day camp. He will take up his new duties when the school opens on Sep tember 14. Active in both church and community youth work, Mr. Rice is packmaster of Cub Scout Troop 415 and a member of Area B of the Commissioners’ Youth Council. He and his family live at 3901 j Wisconsin avenue N.W. Mr. Rice is an assistant teacher in the primary grades and their two sons, Terry and Peter, jr„ are pupils in the third and fifth grades. . Bishop Is Named LOS ANGELES, Aug. 2 (IP). — The Right Rev. Bishop Demet rios of New York has been named Bishop of the Greek Orthodox Church for the Fourth Diocese covering the 11 Western States, it was announced yesterday. He succeeds the Right Rev. Bishop Athenagoras. who was advanced to the New England Diocese last January. ADVERTISEMENT, You’re braver than you think "Would I be a coward in a crisis?” we wonder to ourselves (secretly fearingthatwewould). But this is not so. August Reader’s Digest shows how fear actually helps you face up to danger .., and unlocks the vast resources of physical endurance, emotional power and spiritual stamina that you unknowingly possess. Get August Reader’s Digest today: 41 articles of lasting in- j terest, including ths best from leading magazines and current books, in condensed form. CHINESE MILLIONS STILL GET WORD IF LACKING RADIOS TOKYO (TP).—Peiping ra dio told today how it gets the word to "hundreds of millions” of people without access to radio receivers. The job is done by 28,000 monitoring posts in Com munist China, explained an article broadcast from China Reconstructs. “A monitoring post has an operator who takes down commentaries, talks and news at dictation speed. These are circulated locally through printed or dupli cated bulletins." the article said. "These are temporary de vices which will gradually be replaced by receivers in the home.” MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS Under D. C. law 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. Joseph F Williams, Ir., 22, Portsmouth. Va . and Edith J. Wilkson. 19. 68-A Galveston pi. n.w. Lerov J. Fugitt, 22, 1946 Good Hope rd • a., and Mary A. Hoover. .18. 7514 Blaine st. n.e James F Carter. 20. 700 Gresham pi. n.w.. and Helen T. Diggs, 19. 221 46th pi n.e. Willie Boddie. Jr., 24. and Genla M Walker. 22 Philadelphia. Wallace E. Asay. 27, Lovell. Wyo.. and Elisabeth R. Ford. 34, Indian Head. Md Morris Jones. 24. Spotsylvania. Va.. and Rosa L. Ware. 23. McHenry. Va. Thomas J. White 22. 1845 Lamont at n.w.. and Dorothy Jean Mace. 18. Charles Town. W. Va. Angus Masters, jr.. 22. and Lots J Elbon. 23. both of 221 Newcomb at. n.e. Charles Smith, 40, Providence Forge. Va.. and Lillian C. Adkins. 26. Charles City. Va. Alvin W Talley. 21. Centre. Ala., and Hope R Kins. 21, 1053 Barnabv ter a.e. Roland E Shepard. 24. Hot Sprlnes, Ark., and Patricia A Treadwell. 20. 319 Madison st. n.w. Marvin L. Bloom. 26. Baltimore, and Annie L. Hodge. 23. 5122 You it. s.e. James A. Bronson. 24. Swanton. Vt . and Joan A. Sexton. 23. 1725 16th st. s.e. William G. tustis. 23. Henderson. Ky.. and Mary L Clnt.tt. 18. 1417 18tta st. s.e. Winfred A Isaacs. 28. 2808 Gainesville st s.e.. and Jean E. Snead. 27. 3133 Knox st. s.e. Lawrence A. Reynolds. 21. Wakefield Mass,, and Angela T. Spennati. 19. 1338 Randolph st. n.e. Norman E Foster. 24. Wilmington. Del . and Pauline F. West. 24. 3211 Bth st. a.e. Arthur E Hald Jr. 23. Long Island. N Y. and Charlotte A Handy. 20. 5426 Connecticut ave. n.w fbiieylraO < Distinctive L \ Country Dining £ 1 Famous Old Plantation I Recetpes 1 I Sunday Cocktails \ I Party Accommodations \ I CIOS6O MONDAYS ] I Georgia An. Eittndod Rf 97 J \ Tsl.rhon. WH 6 5757 / / Gertride Allisons Brewster. \ I Owner \ I OLNCt MD. xPi : mm PROMOTION Com dr. Robert E. Henderson, USN, has been promoted to the rank of captain. Capt. Hen derson, flight surgeon at the Naval Air Reserve Training Unit at the Naval Air Station, Anacostia, has 19 years of naval service. IS LITTLE IS TERMS SINGER SEWING CENTER Uft m ,<mr IsUsKon* too* Onfc mdnr (INCH KWINO UACBUII CO. Eat This Revolutionary New White Bread Better In Protein lor Health Than Whole Wheat M 3?/ 4 Slices Equal S Slices of Whole Wheat In Complete lJl*- / a Protein Content % "HIGHER PROTEIN TO CALORIE RATIO” Daffodil Farmiii-f ENRICHED BREAD news -a to know least Eat Daffodil Farm Bread Protein Than The Avenge Os Wholewheat Bread mJwBSHpIS *■' _ . , . B rno. Or Ordinary White Breads Tested that 4 nitre* equal 5 1 CrjfeaL+Za “Hieber Protein To Calone Kshd run. alien of wholewheat A Remarkable New Advance In Nutrition Made Possible TRIM LEAN FLESH The New Miracle Protein “Booster” From Milk DAFFODIL FARM - /fACj; j 7 BREAD '* * ' - * \W 4 To exerciae weight control— Sad but true —there is no velopment made possible by Oaavwr Dairy Cowacif control the Kat a "magic pill" to keep vitality the miracle milk protein " JjL, ffjgyaasrias %;, v £'u'!T&v M(l o.d WHY 4 SLICES OF daffodil farm bread ™»i« “he blood sugar level nutrition in a well-balanced * . . ARE EQUAL IN PROTEIN FOR HEALTH TO \Y high enough—to normally up- diet. Such as: And Daffodil Farm Enriched .._ w „- RB Pin ij pease your appetite control Meat, milk, fish, eggs and Bread gives you more vita- 5 bLILtd Ur WHULL WHEAT BKEAU /l center. Reduce your erasing high-protein ratio bread .. . mins and minerals. (See H (or food ao you eat less. energy foods like potatoes chart.) and beans .. . protective And Daffodil Farm ViV * * \ i... / Mamma foods like green-leafed and Bread contains about 26% \\ \\ \\ \\ \ RICH RED BLOOD yellow vegetables, oranges less calories to complete pro . iMt~. m and tomatoes. tein than the average of cAMPitTF nanTfiu vatttcc Blood cel'* All these promote good whole wheat bread or ordi structure*. Daffodil i-a J -W, health and vitality. And, of nary white breads tested. H Breadiaalaoe course, foods lower in calories Best of all, Daffodil Farm En- Dart of your^biood POr . help keep figures trim. riched Bread tastes so good! BfflffWßlßißßa Sis« 10 *ay. A Whitt Brtid Bftttr . toasting, it is the most important food a7 I . simply wonderful! (Figures are per cent distribution of complete pro* for the body as ill cell* are man wn««e wneai j 0 keep vitality up . . . tein as limited by lysine (complete protein contains essentially protein in No one questions the health you’ll do better with foods 5.3 g. of lysine per 100 g. protein] of equal weights of structure. advantages of whole wheat like "higher protein to cal- Daffodil Farm Bread and the average of eleven sa- *“ — ,he swaur* F ” m Maarasctewsiw STRONG BONES AND TEETH Daffodil Farm Enriched Get it at your grocer’s 0 1 75% of muscle structure Bread is a great nutritional today. Note how firm the loaf K +i*t% (dry) is protein. Pound for advance because four slices is .. . filled with goodness se„ h, ,tn, nwW »»k \ viiwnis a. +r% pound, the^of "higher protein to calorie instead of air! And frwh as 4-114% requires tmee the protein ratio Daffodil Farm fji- a daisy! Try Daffodil Farm o U / HMm +44% of an adult. „ r owth riched Bread equal five slices Enriched Bread today. You’ll ' ./ f-fj & : be .lad you did. J!L. w—Hi* - wheat breads tested in com- Mr standard laboratory ■a j* J t 0 which Nature puts the plete protein content! S yi^Ejm^Kjm^Umßi^^proeedureg/roMourownlMboraioHMj DEATHS REPORTED (From D. C. Health Departmenti Mocale M. Weavers. 70. Silver Sprint. Md. Harvey T. Thorne. 70. Friendly. Md. Herbert C. Cockrell. 68, 1750 KUbourne pi. n.w. Marsie W. Geltenberter. 68. 2805 Chan ninc st. n.w. Arville K. Blake. 67. 825 Underwood st. n.w. Edward Gaines. 50. 623 Pennsylvania ave. n w. Ardeile J. Imlt, 46. Sheboyvan. Wis. Elizabeth E. Merritt. 96. 806 Ist st. n.w. Harry Garner. 87, 52 Eye st. n.w. r tyam&unqd q •LARGE • SMALL A Beautiful Private Rooms i • WEDDINGS • RECEPTIONS • ANNIVERSARIES / Superb Cuisine Herman Levy. 97. 6000 Hew Hampshire ave. n.e. Mary King. 87. Washington. Emma Vocedlnc. 86. Colesville. Md. 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