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BOND ISSUE LEFT
OUT OF AID BILE
* Conferees’ Action Fallows
4
, Agreement to Recess
T Until Tuesday.
Bv the Associated Press.
Congressional conferees on the
unemployment relief bill agreed to
day to an administration proposal to
eliminate from the measure the pro
vision for a special bond issue.
By the Associated Press
Congressional conferees on the unem
ployment relief bill agreed today to ar.
administration proposal to eliminate
from the measure the provision for a
special bond issue.
Tire action came shortly after the
Senate had agreed to recess for a July 4
holiday until Tuesday when it quits
work this afternoon
Chairman Norbeck of the Senate
conferees, in announcing the decision
on the relief bill, said it resulted in
cutting the controversial public works
program carried in the bill from $500,
000.000 to about $300,000,000.
Conference With Mills.
The decision was reached after a
long conference with Secretary Mills,
who urged that the Treasury be al
lowed to select Its own method of
financing the public-works program.
After the conference Mills refused to
sav whether President Hoover would
sign the revised bill.
No decision was reached on the per
plexing problem of how much power
to give the Reconstruction Corpora
tion to make loans under the $1,500.
000.000 additional borrowing power car
ried in the bill.
Garner's Bill Wide Open.
Sneaker Garner's bill is wide open
In that respect whil" the Senate bill is
strictly limited. Mills urged that a
compromise be reached to allow loans
to private corporations on self-liquidat
ing projects „ ,
1 lie V/V»awt»vv^ —
meet, again la‘e this afternoon on that
proposition and Norbeck predicted an
agreement would be reached which
would allow the bill to be reported back
next Tuesday. He said not even a
tentative agreement had been reached
as vet. „ ...
Members of the conference group felt
elimination of the bond issue section
would make the bill more acceptable
to the President.
The Gamer bill carried provision for
*1 2C0 000.003 in public works The
Wagner bill in the Senate provided for
a S5C3.000.000 bond issue to finance
public works, of which $307,000,000
were specified.
Red Cross Bill Received.
Final House action today sent to
President Hoover legislation releasing
45.000 000 bushels of wheat and 500.000
bales of cotton from Farm Board stores
to the Red Cross for relief distribution.
This was the second time Congress
opened huge Farm Board stocks for re
lief purposes. Last Winter 40.000.000
bushels of wheat were released. Re
cently John Barton Payne, head of the
Red 'Cross, said this supply would be
exhausted by the beginning of next
Winter.
The bill permits the Red Cross to ex
change the wheat for other foods and
to manufacture or exchange the cotton
for cotton cloth.
WM. F. HAM PAID HONOR
BY ADVERTISING CLUB
Head of Utility Companies in D. C.
Confident of Economic
Recovery.
William F Ham, president of the
Washington Railway & Electric Co. and
the Potomac Electric Power Co., was
guest of honor at a luncheon meeting
of the Advertising Club of Washington
yesterday at the Raleigh Hotel. He ex
pressed confidence, speaking for himself
and his companies, in the economic
recovery of the city and the Nation.
Xhc speaker, to whom high tribute was
paid by John Poole, spokesman for the
Advertising Club, said the new $5,000.
000 power plant which is to be built on
Buzzards Point by the Potomac Elec
tric Power Co. was an evidence of that
confidence.
Other guests at the meeting were
J. G. Nettleton. Washington representa
tive of the Pennsylvania Railway, which
will Duild trackage into the new Buz
zards Point industrial development:
Maurice W. Carty. chief engineer of the
Stone & Webster Engineering Co., which
is working with the power company on
the installations at the point, and Mar
cey Sperry, new president of the Wash
ington Gas Light Co.
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The high road between Geneva and
Chamonix, one of Switzerland's busiest
arterials. was recently buried under an
avalanche of rock.
From the Front Row
Reviews and News of Washington's Theaters.
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■•Srarfare”
At the Palace.
HOWARD HUGHES' long
awaited pictorial version of
how they make and break
gangsters. "Scarface." which
had a nocturnal first ses
sion last night at Loew's Palace, is a
bristling drama of gunshot and crime,
which kills off more persons than
aiijtiiiijg o ** v » v
of a flood. By
the end of the
film scarcely one
person is left
standing, and
the trail of bul
lets that have
whizzed up and
down the spine
of man is some
thing phenom
inaL
Due to the
fact that Ben
Hecht has col
lected the more
recognizable
gangster blue
Ann Dvorak. °ays 01 ine
past two years
and strung them together into a
chronicle of a tough hombre’s career.
"Scarface" is undoubtedly the best
of the gangster yarns. However,
whether because so many vehicles of
this sort have preceded it. or be
cause the gangster has come to
mean less fire and thunder than he
used to. it is not perhaps quite as
brutal Ss you had expected. It has
arrived possibly a minute or two too
late.
Nevertheless, if you are fond of an
evening of bloodshed and some
“stout" first-rate acting from an ex
cellent cast, you will find it will pro
vide you with all the cinematic
beer and skittles you have been look
ing for.
Paul Muni as Tony Camonte, the
wily enemy of the law. whose cheek
is marked by a jagged hangover from
a wound, accomplishes one of the
really brilliant acting bits of the year.
When you consider that Mr. Edward
Robinson and Maestro James Cagney
' have preceded him. and that they
have done better-than-well by the
gangster type. It is almost impossible
to believe that along could come Mr.
Muni and whip the crown from off
their heads. Whether he does or he
doesn't depends on whether you pre
fer your outlaw "hero" rough or
smooth. Mr. Muni is smooth. But he
is remarkably lifelike.
He is helped considerably by his
acting brethren among whom
mav be noted with pride Ann
Dvorak tone of the younger and
most talented of the up-and
coming heroines). Karen Morley. who
has never been anything but sooth
ing to the eye; Osgood Perkins, who
has never given a poor performance
I in his life; George Raft (now being
groomed for a Valentino), and Vince
Barrnett, who. as Mr. Muni's "secre
tary,” gives perhaps the next best
performance of them all.
These glum and bloody gentlemen,
whose emotions respond only to the
clicking of their guns, are the back
ground against which is built the
short, climactic career of Tony
Camonte. You know, of course, be
forehand. that Camonte will "get
his" in the end. But before he cashes
in there are plenty of “rides” up
and down wide open thoroughfares,
plenty of corpses tossed hither and
plenty of bullets to scare the life out of
you and of Aunt Fanny—if you have
made the mistake of taking her to
see them. E. de S. MELCHER.
I
PILOT SAVES SLEEPERS
IN FIRE-SWEPT HOME
‘•Bunny-’ Dawson Awakens Resi
dents of Burning House
Near Danville, Va.
By diving repeatedly above a burning
house near Danville. Va., early Wed
nesday morning Pilot ' Bunny” Dawson,
former Department of Commerce aero
nautical inspector and resident of the
Cleveland Park section, now a night
airmail pilot for Eastern Air Transport
saved at least one life, according to a
report received here today.
Dawson was flying the northbound
night mail when he saw the burning
house. The flames were just beginning
to burst through the roof. Dawson
aroused the occupants of the house by
diving and pulling out just above the
blazing roof until the noise aw-akened
the sleepers.
.According to the report received here
today, an 18-year-old boy barely escaped
being trapped by the flames.
SUMMER SCHOOL OPENS
Americanization Courses Concur
rent With Public System.
The Americanization School at Tenth
and H streets opened its Summer ses
sion this morning to run concurrent
with the regular public school Summei
classes. The Americanization day
classes will operate from 9 to noor
and the evening classes will operate
from 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock.
Instruction is offered both day and
evening in beginning, intermediate and
advanced English, citizenship, typewrit
ing and other general subjects.
REPORTS $1,523 THEFT
BY “POCKETBOOK” TRICK
Colored Woman Tells Police Pair
Fleeced Her of Her
Savings.
Beatrice Williams, colored. 1700 block
1 of Willard street, reported to police yes
terday that two . colored women stole
$1,523 from her by variation of the time
worn "pocketbook trick.”
The woman said she met another
woman Wednesday and while walking
together they came across a third wom
an just as she was picking up an enve
lope from the sidewalk. The victim was
informed that the envelope contained
about $5,000 in currency and checks.
She was told that if she would draw all
her money from the bank and pool it
with the money found, they would di
vide it three ways.
She did so, and the trio were riding
in a taxicab on Pennsylvania avenue in
front of the White House when the two
women snatched her pocketbook con
taining her savings, jumped from the
cab and fled.
PLAN SODALITY RETREAT
A retreat sponsored by the Sodality
Union of Washington will begin to
morrow at the Washington Retreat
House, 4000 Harewood road, Brookland,
and continue through Tuesday.
The group will assemble for the re
treat tomorrow afternoon, with supper
being served at 6 o'clock, followed by
the first conference at 7:30 o'clock.
Mass will be celebrated Sunday at 7:30
am. and at the same hour Monday.
The concluding mass will be said at
6:30 a m. Tuesday.
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Summer Resorts
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ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
HOTEL CHELSEA
Atlantic City
Entire Modification of Rates
Rooms With Running Water as Low as
$5 Daily, $30 Weekly
AMERICAN PLAN
Sea Bathing From Hotel
Using Locker Room
Dancing Every Saturday Night in Grill
Barney Zeeman and His
KENTUCKY (CARDINALS
Philadelphia Orchestra Trio
Daily Concerts
J. B THOMPSON A CO.
Owners and Operators
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• •
CHALFOXTE
HADHOX HALL
★ DECLARE A HOLIDAY ★
From work and worry over the Fourth. F.n
Joy the diversions of the seashore, with tho
comfort of Chalfonte-Haddon Hall for hark*
ground. Ocean front. Bathing from hotel.
1932 rate*. American and European Plan*.
Garage. Phone 4*0141. Reduced rail ratet.
% •
KENTUCKY AVE near BEACH
..ATLANTIC CITY..
JULY 4th SPECIAL (4 J
SAT. to MON. 1 A
(3 days) All Meala " *
f « BATHING FROM HOTELS «
. ■ also
.MONTICELLO
(•ll SI A JUL' 4,h special $.« o
I II SAT. to MON. | U
1 w (S j..., A)| m..i. ■ w
PETTER LHOELINCEB HOTEI.S
HME
GRANDATLANTIC
VIRGINIA AVE..ATLANTIC CITY
'ABIock toftobrctwblk, De«ch«nd Steel Pier
200 Room,. 75 Both*. Running Waiti.
Elevator. Garage. 2000 Fee* of Porch,,.
IATHING FROM HOTfL.
fSApl J C. GOSSLER, Mg.. j |
Within Tea Itlnrkv of Nm Convention Hall.
HI NNING WATER A LI, ROOMS. Suites with
bath. BATHING from HOTEL. Elevator. Ha
rare. Write or ph. 4-8526. E. W. Hockenbury
Winter Hotel, Deermont^St. Petersburg, Fla.
Iiv'LARENDON
I Virginia Aye., half block to beach
mter and 8teel Pier. Running water.
Priyate batha. Write for rates.
MONROE HUTCHIMt.
continental!
So. Tennessee Ave. American. European Plan
We are making prices within reach of all.
Write for rates and be convinced.
M. Walsh Duncan
r-GLASLYN-CHATHAM-j
On Beautiful Park Place
Urobstrvcted Ocean View. Across Park
One hundred well appointed rooms. |
Modern conveniences Bathing from
I'O'.ms. Reduced rates, quiet, refined en
urenment. May we send you literature?
Ownership Management. N. L. JONES
THE SOMERSET
13 Arkansas Ave . 2 doors from Beach J15
dly. Special Low Rates wkly. |
Phone ‘■-9234 With All Meals J Kershaw j
TAROR INN Ocean end Connecticut
,ADUK in,rN Ave. Ideal location;)
large, airy rooms; running water; 30th sea- |
son. reduced rates; same high standard ■
cuisine._Owner mgmt. J. P. it A. M. DUNN |
WINHCOP So. Carolina Ave. Nr. Penna.
R R sut|on ,nd Rdwk.
Run. Water. Baths. Showers. Free Bathing
Privileges. $1.50 up Dly. Spec. W’kly. FRED
ALICA1H._Formerly Sterling._
BEAUTIFUL HOME. FINE SECTION NEAR
beach. American and European plan. Rates
to suit tlip depression. Mrs B STEERMAN.
1 Bouth Biboron ave. Atlantic Citv. 2*
Beautifully decorated; two bed rooms. |
living room, dining room and kitchen; porch t
i and awnings for season. 1400. AtlanUc. I
; City ept 525 Pacific Avenue_1*_
PPINfFQQ ocean END, SOUTH
riXllNLLjJ CAROLINA AVE
From $17.50 weeklv, with meals. Bath
ing from hotej. II RAE SCI'LL, Owner.
COMFORTABLE. COZY ROOMS WITH BATH,
near Boardwalk; $25 weeklv. Mrs. TOM
GOSLIN, 45 Aberdeen PL, Chelaea, Atlantic
City, New Jersey._ _
BINGHAM *2 VYcmc T VYE°8* K
One Block from Boardwalk. Bathing from hotel.
Running water fl 50 up daily European Plan.
Special Season R-tn. rOHF.ETY 1ST.. Owners.
ILLANOVA
Ocean Av. near Beach. Ocean view.
Rooms with running water. Private
baths. Reasonable. Mrs. J. StTey. I
|_ CAPE MAY. N. J._
HOTEL COLUMBIA*
b»«h. L'n
1 excelled outline. Uevxt.r. J. W. Mecrxy 4b Br,.
BEACH HAVEN, X. J._
^ENGLESIDEWiK
All balhs with sea water. Best fishing on
X. J. Coast. Sure relief from Hay Fever
Five tennis courts. Reduced rates for IMt
_ _ R. F. Engle. Mgr.
OCEAN CITY, N. J.
f HOTEL LINCOLN
Thor afbl.v modern. American Plan.
Lfraarity 300. Elevate*. Booklet.
HOTEL BELLEVUE
American and European Plan. Bathing Priv
ilegeg. Private Baths. J. J. McConnnell Mar.
Biscayne Hotel
Private Baths. BklL_ E. BLLNDIN.
OCEAN CITY, MD.__
THE
George Washington Hotel
Boardwalk at 10th Street
Ocean City, Maryland
Telephone Ocean City 272
1932 Rates 20% Lower Than 1931
BEST FOOD PROPERLY
. COOKED AND SERVED
Largest Hotel In Ocean City
_ Steel Construction
WRITE OR WIRE FOR RESERVATIONS
w. B. THURSTON
Managing Director
Ocean City, Maryland
NEW MT PLEASANT HOTEL
Ocean front: Oil rooms; running water In
every room; private hath. Rate., *3 per day
anil up. American plan. Dancing. Bathing
from hotel hath houses. Wm. D. Brown. Mgr
Telephone Ocean City 12.
HASTINGS HOTEL BftjrtBi?
Parking Space, Special Rates to July 25.
_MRS. CHAS. LLDLAM._
THE RFI MONT °ce*n {rorit rooms
1 rc. DL.L.IT1UIV 1 Running water In all
rooms Terms reasonable.
__L. R HEARNE._
THE LANKFORD
On Boardwalk; garage; special rateg for
June and July M. B. Qulllin. Prop.
ATLANTIC HOTEL
Largest, most modern Resort Hotel on the Del
marva Peninsula Dr e w PURNELL Ph 123
THE KAYE Special Rales
_ June snd July
On boardwalk Excellent table Bathing
free. MRS M KAYE. Prop_Ph 117.
fimnnii a •« Olrcctlv on Boardwalk
M10REHAM Rvr.oR^r
yuuiUilinill H. O. CROPPER. Prop.
WETIPQUIN HALL
»*°n reduced. Phone A3.
Mrs v Harriot Dashiell or Mr* S. H. TU'hirll
MAYFLOWERS
Capacity. 150 Mrs K C Hastings. Owner-Mgr
_WERNERSVILLE, PA._
COUTH MOUNTAIN NANOD
1 WERNERftVIUE. PA R
W/Amarlcon Plan, »5 Dally, »23 Wkly. |l
UK MDOE SUMMIT. PA.
_ MOUNTAIN BOARD
Price reasonable, first-class food. Ideal
surroundings. Club. golf, swimming. Garage
near hotel 3-acre lawn. July to Nov Phone
Miss Stonesireet. Blue Ridge Summit. Pa._3*
VIRGINIA._
In the Mountains of Virginia
Bryce's Hotel and Hillside Cottages, open
now. near Orkney Springs, a wonderful re
sort to rest and build up. Just off the beau
tiful Shenandoah Valley, turn west at Mt.
Jackson. Va . come 10 miles—Fine road, a
unique resort, wonderful scenery, “the call
of the mountains.” nature, best fresh home
grown food, tastefully prepared and served,
pure mountain air. wonderful medicinal
waters, iron and sulphur baths, will reju
venate you; 44 acres of playgrounds, swim
ming pool, dancing, bowling, pool and out
door sports Ownership management makes
it possible to give lowest rate ever kncwn
American plan $2 50 per day. $12 50 and
*15 00 a week, booklet MR AND MRS
WILLIAM R BRYCE, owners, post offices,
eltner Mt. Jackson. Bnsye or Orkney
Springs, Va
COLONIAL BEAC H. VA.
COLONIAL BEACH HOTEL
.Spend your vacation here. $14 up wceklv
*2 50 up daily, including meals Beautiful,
healthful and restful. On the broad Poto
mac. 55 miles via Morgantown. Chicken
and sea food dinners; salt water and land
amusements, plus hospitality Dancing—
feven-piece orchestra Peninsula bus daily
and Wilson Line steamer. Booklet Phone.

~ NORFOLK, VA.
NORFOLK. VA—THE DAWSON TOURIST
INN. 314 West Freemason »4. Comfortable
and convenient. Reasonable rates. Free
_Parking_
OCEAN VIEW, VA.
ATLANTIC HOTEL
Attractive, modern homelike Directly on
rjhesapeake Bay. Broad veranda. Delicious
Southern cooking. Boating, fishing, bathing.
Write for booklet.
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA.
Seaside Cottage
Ocean front at 17lh St. Seafood and home
cooking. Hot and cold running water in rooms
Moderate prices Mrs. Mary C. Latham, »
If\7/"1 f-f a Ocean Front. Centrally
PT I 111* I A Located. Modern Conven
** * VARtlTR irnces. Reasonable Ratea
Booklet.
VA. REACH. VA. MR8. J, E. DYER
Shr ^ar^mirkr
Ocean Frant—14<b and Atlantic A»e.
Mrs. C. C. Payne Mrs. W. P. Glover
Reasonable Ratrs—Southern Cooking_
SPOTTSWOOD ARMS
Ocean Front—Bathing—Private Bsthe
Mrs. Myrtle A. Welborne. Owner-Mgr_
VIRGINIA LEF ocean rr»»‘
V ir\VjllAl/A LX.r. B,t jgth A l#th Sts.
Mod Excel table Bathing from hotel Ream,
rates Mrs. A. L. Chandler. Mrs. T. H. Mean.
The George Washington Apts.
Completely furnished, elect, range, refriger
ator. Write for rates. Mrs. 3. H. Ortfflth, Mgr.
1 Baltimore
July 4
$1 .25 Round
i
Return Same Night
^ Saturdays and Sundays
$ 1 .25 Round
1 Trip
Return Limit. Sunday Nitht
1 W., B. & A.
ISth St. and New kork Are. N.W.
ELEVEN KIDWELL’S ELEVEN
MARKETS, Inc.
YOU HAVE NO PAY CUTS IF YOU TRADE WITH US
Friday and Saturday Specials
Smoked Hams.n>. 11V2C Smoked Shoulders ....ib. 9c
(Lean. Skinned. 10 to 12 Pounds) _(Armour’s Best)
Long Island Dack. a 19c *** S*.
Chickens 23c r,r;„hr7s,.s.rk:!l ?l:
4th JULY SPECIAL L'*"p1*" B;:L pi.-,; s'
Cooked Hams Breast Fancy Spring Lamb., lb. 6c
(Morrell’s Pride) Shoulder Fancy Spring
„ „ , __ Lamb .lb. 10c
,.J °* °r lb. 23c Shoulder Fancy Spring
Smaller Quantities.. OA. Lamb Chop. .lb J2*7*'
(Sliced) !!*• “t#C Chuck Roast .lb. 12c
I ur . , »n Rib Roast lb. 15c
Large Watermelons ea'h Jjc Breast Veal (bone out)...lb. 12c
MAINE IRISH COBBLER POTATOES, No. 1 (Fancy), 10 ibs. 14c
Fresh Shoulders.Ib. 10c Shoulder Veal .lb. 14c
Small Leg Veal .lb. 19c
r* r-J7 . Veal Cutlet. .lb 29c
rresh Hdins ,.ib. 1Z /2C Lean Pork Chops.lb. 12 * 2cl
Half f.r Whole Loin Pork Chops .Ib. 17c
America’, Be,I Creamery ct.f.r'!! i! i i!! 1 !£
Butter.ib. 20c cl. , (Fi est Whole Milk) |
One-Pound Rolls Sliced BaC°" •••••••••,b- 1 ««=
—-—- (The Fancy Kind)
Kidwell’s Special Blend Str,p B*'°n • • • ••• •• lb- 12c
r (Thick. Half or Whole)
Coffee. . . . . b. 1 8c Strictly Freah Eggs . . . dozen, 19c I
__ Pure Hog Lard .lb. 6V2C
Granulated Sugar. . . 10 ibs. 41c Bean p“rk and Pa» But“' lb(5'/*c
_ _ Fancy Spare Ribs.lb. 9c
r It r Fresh Pig Feet.dozen, 25c
rancy Home-Grown (ah From reeu
r.LL,-„ C Sausage Meat .lb. 12c
labbage.ib. be * ,Non« Better,
New Potatoes.10 ibs. 22c New Potatoes.6 ibs. 10c
(Large No. 1) (Family Size)
Navy Beans.3 lbs. 10c Half«all°" J.r Sweet Cider, ,15c
Black-Eyed Peas ...Jibs 13c «/«•»>». J«rP»r.Cid,,ViBe,.r.l5c
Best Flour.12 lb. bag 25c | ('itoi no Corn Meal 10 ib. bag 15c
502 K STREET N.W. 406 H STREET N.E.
305 9th STREET N.W. 7th and C STREETS S.E.
3272 M STREET N.W. 2153 PENN AVE. N.W.
3104 M STREET N.W. 2611 14th STREET N W.
321* P STREET N.W. 8215 Georgia Ave., Silver Spring
) * NORTHEAST PUBLIC MARKET, 12tlWfc H STS. N.E.
WHERE TO MOTOR AND DINE
I
rt* i ’*"**>*
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Takoma Inn. Takoma Park. y
. VIRGINIA
Collingwood Tea House. Mount Vernon Highway. 3 miles this side of Mount Vernon.
Mountainview Cabin. Leesburg Pike, beyond Sterling. Route 54.
North Hill. Castleman’s Ferry. Route 54.
Orkney Springs Hotel. Orkney Springs. Route 211-11 or 50-11.
Hotel Strasburg. Strasburg. Routes 50-11 or 54-840-11.
Leesburg Inn. Leesburg. Route 54.
I Tarry Tavern. 7 miles south of Alexandria. Route 1.
Warren Green Hotel, Warrenton. Routes 211 or 211-50-15.
PENNSYLVANIA
Dunbrark Inn. Blur Rider Summit. Routrs 2*0-15-16.
Hearthunnr Hall. Blur Kidar Summit. Route, 2*0-15-16.
Summit Villa. Blur Rldae Summit. Route, 2*0-15-16.
MARYLAND
Brooke Manor. Ashton. Route 27.
Bon Aire. Pen-Mar. Routes 240-15-16.
Camp Schley Inn. Braddock Heights. Route 246-40.
Cider Barrel and Windmill. 4 miles north of Gaithersburg. Route
College Inn. Westminster. Routes 240-29.
(Tout's Hotel. Pen-Mar. Routes 240-15-16.
Ebert House. Braddock Heights. Routes 240-10.
Hotel Frederick. Frederick. Route 240.
Ingleside Inn. 4 miles north of Bethesda. Route 246.
Mrs. K.’s Toll House Tavern. Route 27.
Mayflower House, near Marlboro. Route 4, 11 miles from District line.
Normandy Farm. Wise, avenue. River road, right at Potomac.
Olney Inn. Olney. Route 28.
Point Lookout. Route 5.
Ridgeville Hotel. Ridgeville. Route 240-29.
Riverside Inn. Seneca. Route 240-28.
Seven Gables. California. Route 5.
Tudor Hall Inn. Leonardtown. Route 5.
Woodlawn Lodge, between Olney and Ashton. Routes 27 or 28.
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Crout’s Hotel
Pen Mar. Md.
Enjoy a drive thru the Blue Ridge and
a Home-Cooked Dinner at Crout a.
THERE ARE REASONS WHY
WASHINGTONIANS
PREFER TO DINE AT
COLLEGE INN
ON COLLEGE CAMPUS
WESTMINSTER, MD.
MRS EDWIN M. MELl.OH. JR.. Mgr.
ORKNEY
SPRINGS HOTEL
Orkney Springs, V«.
SH hours' drive to Washington'* largest
and most popular mountalp resort oyer
splendid macadam road to hotel grounds.
GOI.F. TENNIS. DANCING. Swimming.
Horseback Riding, etc.
si.oo
Mrs. E. L. Cockrell. Manager
Tudor Hall Inn
Leonardtown, Md.
Regular Dinners, $1.00
Week End Guests Fishing Parties
Straight Thiough Leonardtown
Turn Left Beyond Court House
T e I .Leonardtown **_ _
Hotel Frederick
Frederick Maryland
Chicken and Country
Ham Dinner
Sunday and Monday
12 to 8:30
SI.OO
M. J. CROGHAN, Mg.
DUNBRACK INN
Where Civilization and Nature Meet
BLUE RIDGE SUMMIT. PENN.
Southern Cooking
REST_RECREATION
CAMP SCHLEY INN
Special 4th of July Ratea
Room and board. $2.0* per day
MISS C. F. COBLENTZ
Phone :t Rraddork Hts. Md._
Sroofee #lanor
ASHTON, MD.
Originally Built. 172* Rebuilt. 1772 ,
Dine in the Atmosphere of i our
Forefathers
Special Dinner
Saturday, Sunday, Monday.
Route 27, via Colesville—12 miles north
of Washington__
Include Olney Inn
in your Fourth o’ July Plans
Unsurpassed for the sheer
excellence of it* Maryland
dishes. Everything fresh from
the farm—selected for highest
quality—cooked in traditional
manner—delicious and health
giving. Served with delicacy
of understanding.
Yes, come enjoy our breexy,
broad, shaded lawn*. Relax
and rest here for an afternoon
and evening. ’Twill blow a lot
OLNEY FARM—OLNEY, MD-.
Lk miles out Georgia Ave. Ext.
PHONE'ASHTON 133
THE EBERT HOUSE
Braddock Heights, Md.
Situated on the Mountain Top
Special Chicken and
Waffle Dinner
$|.oo
M. J. Croghan. Mgr.
Formerly with Hotel Braddock
INGLESIDE INN
Under New Management
Will Open July 2
Home-dressed Chicken Dinners a Specialty •
SUMMIT VILLA
Bine Ridge Summit. Penna.
In the Heart of the Blue Ridoe
Weekly and Week End Guests
Chicken Dinner, $1.00
Phone Blue Ridge Summit 106-R
Hearthstone Hall
BLUE RIDGE SUMMIT, PA.
A beautiful place to enjoy a real home
cooked dinner. Weekly and week-end guests
Private baths._Phone Blue Ridge lll-R.
Give Mother a Holiday from
the Kitchen
Dine at
Takoma Inn
413 Butternut St.
Friday and Saturday, 5 to 8 P.M.
Sunday and Monday, 12 to 8 P.M.
Serving our popular ^ f*
dinner. Choice of many /
meats and vegetables. • vVe
The Bon Aire
Pen-Mar, Md.
Spend the Fourth where the breezes
blew
Special Dinners
The Old Ridgeville Hotel
RIDGEVILLE. MD.
3)1 Miles From Washington on Route *!)
Famous for
Country Ham & Chicken Dinners
Good Old-Fashioned Home Cooking
TARRY TAVERN
T Miles South of Alesandria—Lorton 3-H
Fried Chicken Dinners
75c and $1.25
Hot Waffles and Biscuits
■•Knrtli far “"ST*’
A Colonial resort on Shenandoah River
Historic, scenically beautiful. Restful, ln
1 spiring. romantic Canoeing, fishing, swim
I mins. Three busses dally from Washington.
Rooms, $1; Southern Meals, $1
Weekly. SIS. S18. Booklet. Route 54. 53 rr.i.
Maurice F Castleman. P. O. Berryville. Va

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OPEN-COUNTRY
TRANQUILITY
j —add to the enjoyment of the holiday
; at Charming Normandy Farm, where suc
culent hams, tender steaks, delectable
fish and real country chicken, with crispy
waffles are temptingly served
Phone Rockville 353
Woodlawn Lodge
Between Olney and Ashton. Md.
! Via Route 21 or Georgia Ave. Extended
CHICKEN, STEAK or
BAKED HAM 4-COURSE DINNER
$1.00
Cool. Shady Lawn* Attractive Surroundlnn
_ASHTON 122-J *
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WAKKhN liKhLIN HU ILL
Warrenton : : Virginia
Iff Miles from Washington Over Lee High an
Thrnuah SvU Run Battle Held
MRS. FRED G. BERGER. Pr*prl«t,r
Telephone Warrenton 2SO
Chicken or Country Ham Dinner
Sunday 1-3 and 6-7:30 P.M.
$1.00
Riverside Inn
Seneca, Md.
The Most Bt^utiful Spot
on Upper Potomac
Breakfast, Lunch, Tea
and Dinner
Real Southern Horae Cooking
Fresh Vegetables From Our Own Garden
Drive out Rockville Pike straight to
Darnestown; turn left. Phone Gaithers
burg 2-F-13.
oFF'ciAi Hotel Straaburg
Strasburg, Va.
In the heart of the
Shenandoah Valley
HOTEL H,i .Miles From Washington
Chicken Dinner, $1.00
Special 4th of July rates—room and meats,
*•’.30 to %A per day. With or without bath.
Phone 20—Mrs. J. A. Robinson
LEESBURG INN
LEESBURG, VA.
35 Miles from Washington
CHICKEN and VIRGINIA
HAM DINNERS
OPEN 12—NOON TO 7:30 P.M.
Phone 41
Mountain View Cabin
On the Old Leesburg Pike.
Chicken and Old Virginia
Ham Dinners
Sunday Night Suppers, Waffle*,
Hot Biicuit*
Pbonr Herndon 34-F-2S.
25 miles west of Washington. 10 miles e»st
of Leesburg. Va.
"If our food and service do not suit you.
_there will be no charge ”
Windmill & Cider Barrel
Park in our spacious, cool shady
grove 4 miles north of Gaithersburg,
Md., on U. S. 240, where you will
find all sorts of delicious refresh
ments. Phone for special chicken
or party dinners. Service until lb
p.m. Tel. 105-R, Gaithersburg.
Point Lookout Hotel
Point Lookout, Md.
Sea Food Dinner. . . .$1.00
Chicken Dinner.$1.25
Porch Cafe a la Carte
Popular Prices
Dancing—Bathing—Fishing
_Cant. I. Mishtowt. Mgr.

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