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17 Permits Revoked,
29 Drivers Suspended
Seventeen drivers lost their,
permits and 29 other drivers’ got
suspensions last week, the De
partment of Vehicles and Traffic
In addition, 34 persons charged
with driving without a D. C. per
mit had their privilege of beingj
licensed in the District suspended i
until proof of financial respon
sibility is filed.
Os the 17 revocations, 14 were
driving while drunk and three
for accumulated record of traffic
violations amounting to at least
1? points under the point system.
Seven of the suspensions were
invoked under the point system
and 18 for failure to satisfy
judgement in court. Pour others
were suspended for failure to file
Suspensions and revocations
for the week follow:
Revoked tor driving while drank—
Charles E. Freeman, Fairfax, Va.; Owen*
dolyn N. Thompson. 1819 Fort Davis
street S.EButler Stevens. 1121 Tenth
street N.W.: John J Fahey. Jr., 5014
Twelfth street N.E.; Penbrook Byrd. 123
F street N.W.: Charles F. Allard, Bolling
Air Force Base; James E. Green. 3139
Fifteenth place 8.E.: Julian H. Younger,
103 Thirty-fifth street N.E.; Herbert S.
Dern. 7001 Twenty-third avenue. Lewis
dale. Md.; David B. Grisso. 1422 Irving
street N.W.: Samuel Washington. 4514
Dean aveune N.E.; William E. Hubbard,
Jr.. 103 Eighth street S.E.; George F.
Williams. Jr.. Victoria. Va.: John H.,
Blankenship. 3801 Andover place S.E.
Revoked for accumulated record of.
traffic violations totaling 12 points or I
more —James W. Southerland. 530 Ho- j
bart place N.W.; Georse A. Macon. 1113
Chepston lane. Falls Cnurch. Va.; Clance
Chambers. 1330 G street N.E.
Suspended for period noted for at
least eight points —Thomas L. Wilkinson.
4008 Hillside road 8.E.. 5 days and
Traffic School; Ernest Ray. 1027 Third
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Harris. 3920 Thirteenth street N.W.. 5
days and Traffic School; James D.
iKirby. 222 E street N.W.. 15 days: Isham
L. Parker. 102 P street N.W.; 5 days
land Traffic School; Virgil Stroman. 524
Fifty-sixth street N.E., 15 days.
! Suspended until satisfaction of Judg
ment —Thomas Crews. 1213 N street
•N.W.: Alexander Miles. 202 Sixty-third
'street N.E.: James Tnantis. 200 Ritten
ihouse street N.W.; Ann M. Reid, 1116
Ijueen street N.E.: Joseph L. Massey.
1342 Spring road N.W.; Norval 8. Reid.
tlllH Queen street N.E.; Charles 8.
| Dyson. 1045 New Jersey avenue N.W.;
James Browne, 612 O street N.E.; Na
polean Martin. 1721 Euclid street N.W.:
.Joseph C. Long. sr.. 1025 Minnesota
! aveune S.E.: Alvin Jeffries. 1903 Seventh
street NW,; Raymond J. Tyler. 1823
jStanton terrace B.E .: Frank L. Reeves.
'.304 Thirty-fourth street N.E.: William
O. Johnson. 909 G street S.E.: Robert
Woods. 315 Seaton Diace N.E.; Lawrence
Scott. 300 McLean avenue 8.W.: Robert
L. Bolding 1514 Corcoran street N.W.
| WyMe Rotan. 705 S street N.W.
No D C. permit, privilege suspended
until Financial Responsibility Insurance
la filed: Frederick J. Smith. 713 Quincy
street N.W : Leroy N. Cubbage. 150
iTwelfth street N.E.; Planter Bush. 422
Third street N.W,: Raleigh Eley. 2413
N street N.W : Charles F. Carter. 1118 C
street N.E.: Russell Daniels. 1308 Trin
idad avenue N.E.; Pernell Davis, 1829
Twelfth street N.W.: Clarence N Lewis,
i 742 Beventh street S.E.: Rldgley Mackall.
220 N street N.W : Ida N. Lacy. 220 1
Fiftieth street N.E.: Herbert Heunshell. f
1319 Q street N.W.; Hubert H. Pickett.
1344 Monroe street N.W.; James Haw
kins. 814 F street S.W.; James B. J
Lawson. 2325 Fourteenth street N.E.: -
Gus Perry, Jr.. 1130 Eivhth street N.E : ■
James E. Briscoe. 3917 Seventh street c
N.W.: Ronald Atkinson. 2845 Myrtle t
avenue N.E.: Thomas A. Stringfellow. *
5231 Clay street N.E.: Alpha Goldson.
1615 V street N.W : Lee Couser. 2027
Flagler place N.W.; Marvin L. Carr, i
1273 Simms place N.E ; William J. |
Brown. 114 R street N.E.: Reynolds E.
ißoteler, 1027 Newton street N.W.: Jo
seph L. Wright, 408 Fourth street S.E.;
iEarl N. Wilson. 4442 B street S.E.: r
Clinev J. Hooper. 2431 Girard street *
jN.E.: Nienes J. Garcia. 2517 University *
place N.W : John L. Peterson, 1007 I 1
street N.E.; Ernest Murphy, jr., Bollinv T
! Air Force Base. Kay McQ_ Moore. 01 o 1
Ritchie avenue. Silver Spring. Md.; <
Horace McKay, 1441 E street S.E.; v
Julius Lampkin. 430 Tenth street 8.W.: i
Caesar Johnson. 1444 Clifton street 1
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N.W : Delores E. Guy, 1833 Irving street
Suspended for failure to file Insurance:
James B P’ater, 1004 South Carolina
avenue 8.E.: Caldwell Crawford. <sBll
Riggs Manor drive. Hyattsvillc. Md.;
Stanley R. Gpskins. 3118 E street S.E.:
Ruth H. Pinckney, Oil Third street
Ports Rule Hearing
RICHMOND, Aug. 15 (/P>. —
The Virginia Advisory Legisla
tive Council will hold a second
public hearing on the Virginia
State Ports Authority tomorrow
in the Senate chamber.
Record Grain Crop
Expected in Japan
TOKYO, Aug. 15 (TP).—The
hottest July in 13 years promises
Japan a record crop in wheat, :
barley and rye, the Agriculture
and Forestry Minister predicted :
The 1955 grain crop was esti- <
mated at 148,746,850 bushels,
surpassed only by 1954’s 159,- 1
439.500. !
Earlier the ministry had pre- i
dieted a record rice crop of 347
j million bushels.
British to Receive j!
More Newsprint i
j LONDON, Aug. 15 UP). —Bri- 1
tain’s newspapers—hampered by; ‘
newsprint shortages since World
War ll—will be able to get ra
tion-free supplies within six
The Board of Trade an
nounced last night that ration
ing will be eased another notch
next Sunday, permitting papers
to add two to four pages.
By next March the 15-year
old controls will be lifted com
'pletely, the Board said. There
after. newsprint will be con
trolled only by the amount
available and the papers’ ability
;to pay for it.
During the war most papers
were limited to four pages daily,
but with gradual relaxtions over
the past five years they now
range from 8 to 16 pages,
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Goren Team Loses
In Bridge Tourney
CHICAGO, Aug. 15 Up. A
Chicago team defeated the lead
ing Charles H. Goren team last
night in the masters’ team of
four round-robin competition of
the American Contract Bridge
The Chicago combination of
George H. Sorter, Morris Tisch,
Ron Wolf and Edward Jacobs
bested the Goren-Mrs. Helen
Sobel - Peter Legentritt - Harold
Ogust quartette from New York;
by 1,610 points.
Another New York team com-
| posed of Howard Schenken. BJ
J. Becker, John R. Crawford and
I Sidney Silador defeated by 740
1 points a Minneapolis team whose
members were Herschel Wolpert,
Russell B. Arnold, Morris Friar
ST. PAUL 43*°
or Ag.nt
! THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C.
I j "
i and M. M. Goldman. the round robin for the Cham
,| Eight teams surviving qualify- pionship. Matches will end
ing competition are engaged in!Wednesday.

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