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Bar to Give
Dinner for
Solicitor
Minister of Union of
South Africa Is
on Program.
X/fR. STANLEY REED, recently ap
x A pointed solicitor general of the
United States, will be the guest in
whose honor the Federal Bar Associa
tion will hold its fifteenth annual re
ception and dinner at the Mayflower
Hotel Thursday evening. The recep
tion will begin at 7 o’clock with the
dinner following at 8. In addition to
an address by Solicitor General Reed,
the program will include an address
by Mr. Ralph William Close. K. C.,
Minister of the Union of South Af
rica, former president of the Bar
Council of the Supreme Court of
Capetown and former member of the
Parliament of the Union of South
Africa. Mr. Justin Miller, chairman
of the Attorney General’s Advisory
Committee on Crime, will be the
toastmaster. Mr. Ralph G. Cornell,
president of the Bar Association, will
preside and music will be furnished
by the Marine Band Orchestra.
Members of the Bar Association of
the District of Columbia, the Wom
an's Bar Association, the American
Bar Association, the Patent Law As
aociation and the American Law Insti
tute are among those attending the
dinner. Reservations are being made
through Mr. Keith E. Moyer, secre
tary of the Federal Bar Association,
the Earle Building.
Among those who have signified
their intention of being present at
the dinner are: The Secretary of War
and Mrs. George H. Dern, the Post
master General and Mrs. James A.
Farley, the Secretary of Agriculture
and Mrs. Henry A. Wallace, the Min
ister of the Irish Free State, Mr. Mc
White: Senator and Mrs. Pat McCar
ran of Nevada. Representative Hatton
W. Summers, chairman of the House
Judiciary Committee: Representative
Robert Ramspeck. chairman of the
House Civil Service Committee; the
chief justice of the District of Colum
bia Supreme Court and Mrs. Alfred
H. Wheat and the president of the
District of Columbia Bar Association
and Mrs. H. Winship Wheatley.
The Committee on Arrangements
Safe Storage
For furs and garments * • * for
silverware * * • rugs, heavy
curtains, tapestries * * * flies
! and records * * * works of art
* * * pianos * * * automobiles
* • » luggage * * • household
goods.
Cold storage * • * cool stor
age * * * warm storage * * *
vault storage * * * fumigated
storage.
Capital, Surplus and
Reserves Over $1,200,000
A SAFE jOtPOSITORY F0R-CVER43YFSRS
1 i 11*40' FIFTEENIH 5T
' Ai/l BLOCKS NORTH OF THE WHITE HOUSE
C A A SPIN WALL, PRESIDENT
OISTRICT 4040
include: Representative Morgan G.
Sanders, Mr. William R. Vallauce, as
sistant legal adviser, Department of
State, chairman; Mr. Justin Miller,
special assistant to the Attorney Gen
eral; Mr. Robert H. Jackson, assistant
general counsel, Treasury Department;
Mr. William A. Roberts, people’s coun
sel, District of Columbia; Mr. Addison
T. Smith, associate member, Board of
Veterans’ Appeal; Mr. Keith E. Moyer,
Post Office Department, secretary;
Chief Justice Fenton W. Booth of the
United States Court of Claims, Mr.
William J. Graham, Court of Customs
and Patent Appeals; Commissioner
Clyde B. Altchison of the Interstate
Commerce Commission, Mr. Frank J.
Wideman, Mr. Harold M. Stephens
and Mrs. George M. Sweeney, Assistant
Attorneys General: Mr. Sanford Bates,
director, Bureau of Prisons; Mr. Paul
D. Spearman, general counsel, Federal
Communications Commission; Mr.
Karl A. Crowley, solicitor, Post Office
Department; Mr. Horace Russell, gen
eral counsel, Home Owners’ Loan
Corp.; Mr. James O. Murdock, as
sistant legal adviser, Department of
State; Mr. South Trimble, Jr., solicitor.
Department of Commerce; Mr. Albert
E. Reitael, assistant solicitor, Depart
ment of Labor; Mr. Jack Levin, Na
tional Recovery Administration; Col.
Hugh C. Smith, assistant to the judge
advocate general of the Army; Mr.
Frederick S. Molse, assistant solicitor.
Department of Agriculture; Mr. E.
Barrett Prettyman, corporation coun
sel, District of Columbia; Mr. Elwyn
C. Babcock, president, American Fed
eration of Government Employes; Mr.
John T. Vance, law librarian. Library
of Congress; Mr. Clifford G. Beckham,
Bureau of Internal Revenue; Mr. John
O. Will, Public Works Administra
tion; Mr. O. P. M. Brown, United
States Shipping Board Bureau; Mr.
John C. Fischer, Veterans’ Adminis
tration; Mr. Heber H. Rice, Home
Owners’ Loan Corp.; Mr. William N.
Morell. associate member, Boa id of
Veterans’ Appeal; Mr Harold E.
Jacobsen, Reconstruction Finance
Corp.; Mr. H. Milton Colvin, Fed
eral Emergency Relief Administra
tion; Mr. Ellyne E. Strickland, Unlied
States Board of Tax Appeals, and Mr.
Richud Whiteley, Federal Trade Com
mission.
NOISY VISITORS ARRIVE
Zoo Newcomers Provide Their
Own Greetings at Station.
CHICAGO </P).—The railroad sta
tions here are accustomed to hearing
noisy greetings for some of the city's
visitors, but for the visitors to provide
the noise is a bit unusual.
A consignment of 38 birds, reptiles
and small mammals arrived here from
Africa for the Chicago Zoological Gar
dens yesterday. Amid a shrieking din
of whistles, trills, hoots, barks, squawks
and bleats the cargo was taken from a
train and turned over to the zoo.
... by RICH’S
«
Set the pace for heydays . . . gay days
.. play days! Here are two that step
to the fore of the coming sport parade!
The “TRAVIS”
Without which no self-re
specting summer shoe ward
robe is complete!
White buck, with fine brown
trim and built-up leather
heels.
$IO-50
The “INEZ”
Perforated as a sieve and
cool as an ocean breeze!
White crushed kid step-in
with continental heel and
perky groegrain bowl
$9.00
Sunny shades in Sheer Silk Hosiery
$1.00 to $1.65
F /TREET AT IOTH
All 4 Floors Air Conditioned
To escort your good wishes and
your congratulations with pride.
Hundreds of other suggestions
await you.
China
SKETCHED SERVICE PLATE, with wide Gold in
crustations on Ivory, is very specially £ ■ Qr
priced while they last at. $ I • #3
(Other Service Plates From $12 to $450 a Dozen)
SKETCHED VASE is a new Lenox China Or
piece of great beauty. ^3»a3
tOthers From $1.75 to $15.00)
SKETCHED AFTER DINNER Cup & * I 7C
Saucer—imported from France. y I • / 3
(Others From $1.00 to $6.00)
Lamps
Make an
Acceptable
and
Charming
Present
Crystal with Her New Monogram
A gift of individuality—filled to your order in ten
days. Goblets, Sherbets, Wine Glasses,
Coclctails, Footed Tumblers, Finger £ ■ aa
Bowls—each . f I «UU
CIGARETTE BOXES, monogrammed... $2.5*
ASH TRAYS to match.$1.25
Sterling *
10 >i’ Vase.
(Illustrated)....
(Other Vases From tS)
Candlesticks. “T("
Start, per pair.... yJ • / O
Sterling & Cry
stal Ice Tub (ir AA
(illustrated) .y I 0«vU
6 Individual Open (“A
Salts & Spoons... y/«OU
9 - inch Sterling £ ■ a aa
Sandwich Tray, y I UA/V
Sugar and
Cream Sets
$475
Up
Artistic Pottery
Rookwood and other
domestic and imported
lines.
Sketched Ivory
Vase—Jade lined., y©
The Water Lily rf*r
Book Ends, pair... y©
ILLUSTRATED—Of Ivory Glazed China
with pleated Silk Shade. £ | A CA
Complete . T 1
(Other Lamps From >5.75 to >17.75)
<3}nUn S/fitarim
Visits Here and Abroad
Europe and West Coast Linked With
Local Events.
poRMER Assistant to the Attorney
L General. Mr. John Lord O’Brian
of Buffalo, N. Y„ Joined Mrs. O’Brian
in their suite at the Wardman Park
Hotel for the week end. Mr. and
Mrs. O'Brian spent a few weeks in
Washington this season.
Mrs. Richard Derby, deughter of
the late President Theodore Roose
velt, has been in Europe for several
months with her three young daugh
ters. who attended school in Switzer
land. They arrived in Baltimore yes
terday on the City of Newport News
and have returned to their house at
Oyster Bay, Lang Island.
i_
Col. William E. Vose, IT. S. A., re
tired, end Mrs. Vose, have arrived
from their home in San Marino. Calif.,
and are stopping at the Wardman
Park Hotel.
Dr. John Oliver La Gorce, vice
president of the National Geographic
Society, and Mrs. La Oorce, have
returned to their home on Kalorama
road after four months' travel around
the world.
Dr. and Mrs. La Oorce, who left
New York In January, went through
the Suez Canal and Red Sea to India.
They spent five weeks traveling
through India from the Malabar
Coast in the extreme south to the
historic Khyber Pass on the Afghan
istan border. Following the comple
tion of their trip through India they
went to Ceylon, Indo-China, and
spent several weeks in China and
Japan, going from there to Hawaii
and California.
Dr. La Gorce is in the midst of
preparations for the projected Na
tional Geographic Society-U. S. Army
Air Corps stratosphere flight which
will take place the first favorable day
for ascension in June.
Mrs. J. W. Peaslee and daughter,
accompanied by Mrs. Frank I. Went
wrath of Plalstown, N. H., are at the
Dodge for a short stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Warren and
Miss Mary McKenna sailed from
New York Saturday on the Munargo
for a trip to Nassau, Miami and Ha
vana.
Mr. and Mrs. Hopewell Rogers of
Chicago are at the Wardman Park
Hotel while In Washington for a
short time.
Mrs. L. H. Wilkinson, accompanied
by her two children of Charlotte, N.
C., Is at the Dodge for a few days.
Mrs. William Breese of Garrison
on-Hudson, N. Y., and Miss Beatrice
P. Morgenthau of New York City
joined Mrs. W. W. Morgenthau at
Wardman Park Hotel for a visit.
Havana Tourists Oain.
Havana. Cuba, entertained more
tourists last season than a year ago.
OW PRICES |
Fold! nr Cots—Stadia Coaches
—Special Metal Beds with
Coll Sprints—Mattresses.
Specialists In this line—Modest Prices
HoAX!nger,925 G St.
Perfects Aero Magnets.
Chuzo Sawafugi of Tolclo, Japan,
has perfected a new magneto for air
plane engines.
Beige complexions are rogue in Lon
don in place of sunbath tan.
Huge Fur Output.
The world's output of fur reachefc
about a third of a billion dollars arv
nually.
National dairies are being demanded
by farmers of Caernarvonshire, Wales.
COLD
STORAGE
FOR
FURS
Let us give your Furs and other Winter Garments genuine pro
tection from injurious Summer heat, moths, fire, theft, and damp
ness. Monthly rates are as low as 25c per garment. Our recognized
superior Dry Cold Storage Bank Vault facilities result in lower insur
ance costs to you.
Call Adams 5600 and ask for Branch 20
Federal Storage Company
1707 FLORIDA AVENUE
»._ t. K. MORRIS PRESIDENT
PROTECT HER
HEALTH FOR
A DAY
"It's the New 1935
FLAT-TOP Model
Plus small carrying charge, if
purchased on the Budget Plan
# Here’s a young lady who is on a
liquid diet—but not to get thin.
Her Mother aims to have her the
plumpest, healthiest baby in all of
Washington. Her milk must be
kept at just the right temperature
always. Her orange juice must
come from the freshest fruit. In
fact, her food must be kept the
object of eternal vigilance always,
which is why her Mother should
have a General Electric . . . the
electric refrigerator that is pro
tected for 5 years.
• The sealed-in mechanism of every
G. E. is protected for 5 years from
date of purchase for the nominal sum
of $5, which is included in the price.
(Main Floor. The Hecht Co.)
*20c a day in the Electric Clock fnrniahed with every
G. E., is a convenient means of accumulating your
monthly payments. It isn’t obligatory. The clock
works on a separate current and may be used in any
room.

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