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[[image: photo of model house being painted]] APPLYING THE FINISHING TOUCH. George C. Weaver, 19, of 4536 Lowell street northwest, has been building models as long as he can remember. His father, the late George (Buck) Weaver, was a pioneer aviator and founder of the aircraft company that built Waco planes, so it was natural that George's first models were planes. Above is model of a bungalow of his own design. Post Staff Photos—Ellis. [[circle image]] Photocrime That it was not John Dolliver in the Santa outfit who distributed the gifts and stabbed his father is shown by the fact that the pack which John carried was full when he was shot. Inspector Hull reasoned that Arnold, knowing John would be exactly on time, dressed as Santa Claus and came to the house early, killed their father, then got out of his outfit in time to rush out and kill John as the latter approached the house in his role of Santa Claus. Only members of the family knew what kind of outfit John would wear, so it could be duplicated, or that John was to come at 8:30. Arnold was not in the family circle when Santa Claus distributed the gifts and was the only member of the family, outside of John, who might have carried out the Santa Claus role. LUTZ & CO. Est. 1804. Leather Goods, Gloves, Handbags "Of the better grade" 13325 G ST. N.W. ART MATERIALS MUTH 710 13th NAT. 6386 SPECIAL PERMANENT WAVE $3.00 Complete - Special process Waves for bleached, dyed, white and fine hair. EVERYDAY SPECIALS Shampoo, Arch, Fingerwave, Haircut 35c aach THOMAS BEAUTY SHOP AND PERMANENT WAVE SHOP 1204 G St. Open Evenings ME. 9388
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