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U. S. LEAGUE ENTRY
Unofficial Circles Express
Desire With Russia’s En
trance All but Assured.
Br the Associated Press.
LONDON, August 31.—Hope that
the United States will be the next»ln
line is held in unofficial circles today
with Russia’s entrance into the
League of Nations all but assured.
8wtft action to give the Soviet a
permanent seat at Geneva—on a par
with Great Britain. France and
Italy—is expected when League ses
sions begin next Friday.
Diplomatic quarters recall that old
aspirations of League adherents are
only half-way realized by this step.
The group has held out hope for sev
eral years that when the opportune
time came both the United States
and Russia would join simultane
ously.
After early years of the League,
when aversion to the bolshevlst re
gime in some quarters was wearing
away, the world’s two largest non
members were invariably linked as
possible converts. Japan and Ger
many are now the only other major
powers which are not members, and
they resigned.
Informed circles here said they
considered it unlikely Poland would
contest a Russian demand for a seat,
in view of the apparent fact that the
Soviet is now supported by Great
Britain and Italy, as -well as France.
Paris quarters said Russia may be
given the Council seat vacated by
Japan.
FLEMING TAKES ON
NEWP.W.A. DUTIES
Becomes Deputy Administrator
and Eight-Hand Man to
Ickes.
Maj. Philip B. Fleming, Army engi
neer “loaned" to P. W. A., has assumed
duties as acting deputy administrator
of public works and is now right-hand
man to Secretary Ickes
Executive officer during the past
year, Maj. Fleming succeeds Col.
Henry M. Waite, who resigned some
time ago as deputy administrator to
return to private life. Maj. Fleming
was at one time assigned to the Wash
ington Barracks.
He has had an important career in
the Army and was one of a number of
officers detached from the service and
detailed to P. W. A. when it was start
ed a little over a year ago. His last
Army assignment was at Kansas City
In connection with engineering in the
Mlssourl-Mississippi River sector.
Maj. Fleming has served also at the
Army War College here, and formerly
was senior instructor in military engi
neering at West Point, commanded the
detachment of Engineers at the Mili
tary Academy and was executive officer
of the Army Athletic Association and
graduate manager of athletics.
He was graduated from West Point
In 1911 and was a c Jonel of Engineers
during the World War.
FORBES AND FIANCEE
.THUMB RIDE TO WEDDING
By the Associated Press.
HOLLYWOOD. August 31.—Ralph
Forbes, actor, and his bride. Heather
Angel, British actress, returned to
Hollywood yesterday firmly convinced
there is more fact than fancy In the
saying "love will find a way.”
Bn route to Yuma, Aris., where they
were married by a justice of the peace
Wednesday, the couple’s automobile
Stalled.
Forbes, former husband of Ruth
Cbatterton. and his fiancee “thumbed”
a ride 30 miles to the nearest town
and continued to Yuma by train,
leaving instructions with a garage to
tow In the automobile.
The couple had planned a honey
moon in New Mexico, but picture as
signments prevented this at the last
moment.
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AS CONSTITUTION DAY
Capital Residents Asked to Ob
serve 147th Anniversary of
Document’s Signing.
The District Commissioners yesterday
called on Washington residents to ob
serve September 17 as Constitution
day, in commemoration of the 147th
anniversary of the signing of the
American Constitution.
Residents are urged to make a gen
eral display of the American flag and
to hold suitable exer 'ses and public
gatherings to mark the anniversary
signing of the historic document.
The action was taken at the sug
gestion of 8. M. Swenson, chairman
of the National Constitution Commit
tee of New York City. Observance of
Constitution day was started 17 years
ago. by the Sons of the American
Revolution.
CHURCH GROUP TO MEET
Several District Luther League
Members Will Attend.
Several members of the Luther
League of the District of Columbia
will attend the thirteenth annual con
vention of the Luther League of the
Maryland Synod at Waynesboro, Pa.,
which opens tomorrow, to continue
through Monday.
Among local pastors who will assist
on the program are Dr. Oscar P.
Blackwelder, who will speak at the
convention banquet; Rev. Edward G.
Goetz, who will lead a discussion
group on “Religious Music Apprecia
tion,” and Rev. Howard E. Snyder, who
will lead a group on “War and Chris
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Government Asks Injunction
to Open Performance
Field to All.
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, August 31.—The Fed
eral Government undertook today to
break up what it called a monopoly
of music.
In a complaint naming the coun
try’s leading publishers and com
posers of popular music, the Gov
ernment charged a violation of the
Sherman anti-trust act and asked a
permanent Injunction prohibiting any
argeemento covering the public per
formance of music unless the field
is “open to all owners of copyrighted
musical compositions upon an identi
cal and equal basis.”
The complaint named the American
Society of Composers. Authors and
Publishers, the Music Publishers’ Pro
tective Association, the Music Dealers’
Service, Inc., and 128 members of
the three organizations. It was filed
In the United States District Court
yesterday by Martin Conboy, Federal
attorney.
The Government charges the de
fendants “have a complete monopoly"
on the music Industry, are in a position
to “dictate to and dominate” the
radio industry, have eliminated fair
competition and fix royalty rates
“arbitrarily.”
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Marina Will Wear
Mother’s Wedding
Gown as Economy
Prince George's Fiancee
Must Limit Trousscau
Because of Poverty,
By the Associated Press.
BOHINSKO LAKE. Yugoslavia, Au
gust 31.—The gracious Princess Marina
of Greece must limit the trousseau of
her wedding to Prince George of Eng
land to modest proportions, informed
circles said today, unless the British
royal family comes to her aid.
Marina’s parents ar» almost as poor
as the proverbial church mouse. This
was cited as further evidence that the
affair is a “love” match.
Prince Nikolas, 37-year-old Marina’s
father, has been jobless and without
an Income since his brother, the late
King Constantine, lost the Oreek
throne 12 years ago.
The princess’ mother has given Ma
rina her old pre-war wedding gown to
wear when she goes to the altar with
George in Westminster Abbey this
Winter. This nuptial garment, al
though considered gorgeous in the days
of Czar Nicholas in the brilliant court
at Petrograd, will require considerable
alteration to make It fit Marina, who
is taller and slenderer than her mother.
Like Marina's father, her mother,
who was the Grand Duchess Helen
Vladimirovna of Russia, has no regu
lar income of her own. Friends be
lieve the family has been helped con
siderable in the past by Prince Chris
topher of Greece, Marina’s uncle, who
inherited some of the Leeds’ tinplate
millions and who is now living in
Rome. His wife was the late Mrs.
William B. Leeds.
Soon after leaving here early in
September, Princess Marina, accom
panied by her mother, will go to Paris
to purchase a few Inexpensive dresses
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