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THE SUNDAY STAR
WasAiegton, 0. C v Jewuery 15, INI
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D. C. Sciences Academy
To Honor Six Thursday
Four Washington area scien
tists; a high school teacher and
a university professor, win be
honored by the Washington
Academy of Sciences at its an
nual awards dinner at 6:45
p.m. Thursday in the John
Wesley Powell Auditorium, 2170
Florida avenue N.W.
Df, Louis 8. Baron of 738
Longfellow street N.W., a bi
ologist at the Walter Reed In
stitute of Research, will receive
the award in biological sciences
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for his work on the bacteria
which may lead to the develop
ment of vaccines.
The academy will recognise
Dr. Rornald E. Bowles of 12713
Meadwood drive. Silver Spring,
an employe of the Diamond
Ordance Fuze Laboratories, for
his work in pneumatic control
devices without moving parts.
Dr. Bowles originated the proj
ect to find new methods of
automatic control for both civil
lain and military purposes.
Dr. Philip J. Davis of 3700
Shepherd street, Chevy Chase,
Md, chief of the numerical
analysis section of the National
Bureau of Standards, will be
cited at the dinner for his con
tributions to the theory of ana
lytic functions and numerical
analysis.
In the physical sciences.
Prof. Richard Allan Ferrell of
the University of Maryland
will be cited for his contribu
tions to the theory of collec
tive effects in nuclei and in
solids. A holder of post-doc
torate fellowships from the
Atomic Energy Commission
and the National Science Foun
dation. Prof. Ferrell lives at 13
U-Ridge road, Greenbelt, Md.
The high school teacher to
be cited by the academy is Mrs.
Pauline Diamond of 6436 Ban
nockburn drive. Bethesda. Mrs.
Diamond is a teacher of physics
and chemistry at Sherwood
High School in Montgomery
I County and. has been active in
i county science fairs.
On the university level,
Prof. Karl F. Herzfleld of 3726
' Connecticut avenue N.W., a
widely known physics instruc
| tor, will be honored for his
service as a teacher and his in
fluence on his students. He is
; a former teacher at the Uni
versity of Zurich, Munich, Vi
-1 enna, Johns Hopkins Univer
’ sity and Catholic University. :
All awards will be presented ,
I by Dr. Lawrence A. Wood,
' president of the Washington
! Academy of Sciences.
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1 Coffee and Talkfest :
> The Jewish Community Cen- 1
• ter of Greater Washington is
■ holding a “coffee and conver- <
■ sation** session at 8:30 pm. I
s WMnesday in the Jewish Com- :
1 munity Center, Sixteenth and :
rQ streets N.W. i
Boy Scouts (Lead
T In Forming Units
The National Capital Area
Council of the Boy Scouts of
America has led the Nation
for the second consecutive year
in the number of new scouting
units formed, according to
Philip L. Gore, council presi
dent.
The council, which serves
the District and 17 neighbor
ing Maryland and Virginia
counties, organized 214 new
troops, packs and posts last
year, bringing its total to 1,604
units.
According to officials, the
council now ranks fifth among
532 others in the United States.
Its membership has grown
from 17,069 in 1950 to a new
record membership of 45,508.
Home Accidents
Fatal to 7 in D. C.
During Week
Home accidents caused seven
deaths in the District last week,
' the Red Cross Safety Services
reported.
A 21-day-old Infant died of
suffocation in his crib and a
5-month-old child suffocated
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