MS CUT HOPES
VOICED BY DAVIS
Sees Chance Powers Will
by Senate Blocked.
By the Associated Press.
Ambassador-at-Large Norman K.
Davis b»l leves there Is a possibility
for limitation of armaments on land
and sea within the next year or two
if the major powers foster a spirit of
international co-operation. He said
as much to President Roosevelt yes
Coincidental with this Indication of
International accord came word of a
second move by the United States In
volving Japan. A proposed senatorial
investigation of Japan's conduct in
Manchuria and the mandated Islands
was quickly headed oft by adminis
tration leaders In Congress.
Pittman Checks Plan.
Senator Pittman, Democrat, of Ne
vada, chairman of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee, said the com
mittee would not consider such an in
vestigation pending approval from the
State Department. At the Depart
ment It was Indicated the proposal
would be quickly suppressed.
The investigation was asked Mon
day in resolutions Introduced by Sen
ator King, Democrat, of Utah, which
administration leaders yesterday
pointed out had been placed before
the Senate without previous confer
ence with Senate leaders.
Sees Action Harmful.
Pittman said he regarded the pro
posed action as harmful.
Davis, in a talk with reporters, de
clined to specify any definite formula
for naval limitation, but indicated
that an accord could probably be
achieved through substitution of some
other yardstick for the existing
numerical ratio system. Objection to
the 5-5-3 ratio provided in the Wash
ington treaty resulted in denunciation
of that pact by Japan on December 29.
IVY CITY OPPOSES
SCHOOL VETO LAW
Measure Giving Commissioners
Power Over Board Before
Vigorous· opposition to the proposed
bill to give the District Commissioners
veto and directional power over ac
tions of the Board of Education was
expressed in a resolution adopted at a
meeting of the Ivy City Citizens' As
sociation last night.
In taking this stand, the association
said it felt the board had proved com
petent in its handling of school
matters In put years and a change
would bring about a disruption In a
The group indorsed the recent drive
carried on by the newspapers against
the numbers racket, assailed by the
association as "one of the greatest
evils that has struck our city in the
past few years.'' The association ex
pressed a willingness to "lend a
hand" In any way to wipe out this
form of gambling.
Viewing with alarm the great num
Davis Reports to Secretary Hull
Norman H. Davis, Ambassador at Large for the United States, who has just returned to Washington, photo
graphed yesterday as he conferred with Secretary Hull. —Harrls-Ewlng Photo.
ber of automobile fatalities last year,
the organization voted to support any
law that will tend to make drivers
more careful in years to come.
A vote of thanks was given the
Street Lighting Department for plac
ing lights on Fairview avenue to New
The meeting, held in the Crummell
School; Central avenue and Gallaudet
street northeast, was presided over by
President E. G. Gray.
Farley, Canaday to Speak.
Postmaster General James A. Far
ley and Ward M. Canaday, director of
public relations for the Federal Hous
ing Administration, will speak in New
York on the evening of January 17, at
the fifth annual dinner of the An
thracite Club of New York City, in the
Smuggling Is Costly.
An automobile costing $40 in Bel
fast, Northern Ireland, led to fines
totaling $2,885 being imposed on three
men who tried to smuggle it into the
Irish Free State.
HONOR DINNER PLANNED
lrnt January 18 to B· In Trib
ut· to Counsel of H. O. L. C.
Plana for an Informal dinner at the
University Club January 1·, honoring
Horace Russell, general counsel of the
Home Owners' Loan Corp., are being
prepared by the executive Council of
the Federal Bar Association. An an
nouncement today said William R.
Vallance, chairman of the Social Com
mittee of the organisation, has re
parted on the preliminary program.
The council met at the Interior De
partment on Monday night.
Plans for the annual dinner of the
association, to be held about February
30, were also discussed by the Execu
tive Council. High ranking Govern
ment officials will attend and the Pro
gram Committee is preparing to have
speakers of national and international
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January 7th to 19th Inclusive
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