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Washington
Residents
Traveling
Mrs. Taft Sailing
Tomorrow for
Cruise.
Mrs. William Howard Taft, widow
©f the former President and Chief
Justice, will sail tomorrow aboard the
Santa Elena of the Grace Line for a
cruise to Mexico.
Mrs. E. de Berri Canada will sail
tomorrow on tjje Empress of Australia
for a three weeks' cruise to the West
Indies, after which she will return to
her apartment at the Shoreham.
Mrs. R. Girard of Chicago is visit
ing in Washington and is stopping at
the Fairfax.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Emmet O’Boyle
©f New York City have come for a
vacation of a week and are at the
War dm an Park Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. corbley oi
Cleveland, Ohio, are at the Mar
tinique.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hardy and
daughters of Milton. Mass., are at the
Dodge while in Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Mlddlekauf
of 4322 Fourth street are at Miami
Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Crittenden of
Freeport, N. Y., are spending some
time at the Martinique.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton S. Trost of
Louisville, Ky„ are at the Shoreham
while spending a few days in the
Capital.
Mrs. C. F. Haviland of Los Angeles,
Calif., who has made lengthy visits
here during the season, came from
New York, where she has been for a
short time. Mrs. Haviland is at the
Wardman Park Hotel.
MRS. ICKES’ ESTATE
PLACED AT $500,000
Bulk of Property Is Bequeathed
to Husband—Chicago Realty
Listed in Inventory.
Sr the Associated Press.
CHICAGO, February 28.—An in
ventory of the estimated $500,000
estate of Mrs. Anna Wilmarth Ickes,
late wife of Harold L. Ickes, Secre
tary of the Interior, was approved
yesterday in Probate Court.
Mrs. Ickes’ will left the bulk of her
•state to her husband.
The inventory listed several pieces
of real estate here and 59 shares of
stock variously described as “des
perate,” “doubtful.” and "deemed
good.” Included among goods and
chattels, kept in Washington and
valued at $1,371.50, was a collection
of 71 items of Indian jewelry.
Mrs. Ickes was killed in a motor
•ccident near Velarde, N. Mex., August
31, 1935.
W. P. A. EMPLOYES WIN
FIGHT FOR LODGE HEAD
Hiss Richter Ordered Reinstated
to Government Pay Roll
“Without Prejudice.”
A six weeks’ fight by a union of
Works Progress Administration em-1
ployes for reinstatement of its presi-!
dent ended last night when Aubrey
Williams, W. P. A. deputy adminis
trator, ordered Miss Rosamond Richter
returned to the Government pay roll
“without prejudice.”
Miss Richter, president of W. P. A.
Lodge. No. 139, an affiliate of the
American Federation of Labor, was
discharged as “inefficient” last De
cember. Reinstated, she was trans
ferred to another division and dis- j
egain February 2. Fellow workers!
claimed her discharge was for union
activity, offered affidavits certifying to
her efficiency, and asked her reinstate
ment. In meeting the union’s demand.
Williams agreed that Miss Richter
should receive back pay.
PRESIDENT TO RECEIVE
LABOR’S HOUSING PLANS
By the Associated Press.
The American Federation of Labor
decided yesterday to carry its fight for
a $500,000,000 low-cost housing pro
gram directly to President Roosevelt.
Already called upon to arbitrate a
dispute among high New Dealers over
details of a program they have been
working on, Mr. Roosevelt will face a
labor demand for both Federal sub
sidies and low-interest loans to build
homes for low-income workers.
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The Hunting Log
Chronicles of the Run, the Field, Squires
and Their Dames.
BY NINA CARTER TABR
ilVUI >JVi MHtUnWtWJ VMIMVMf
Oxon Hill, Md. Mae Bayne Tennant ,
:ame to this part of Virginia (be
tween Leesburg and Middleburg) from
Washington 30 years ago as a bride,
>nd has made a place that her many
friends know can never be filled.
In thinking over early recollections
3f Virginia sporting events they are
>11 associated with her. She had such
a happy life then, and she and her
husband. David B. Tennant, took part
in or were at everything of impor
tance that went on.
A young, handsome and happy cou
ple, their house was always a de
lightful place to go, and was filled
with young people. David Tennant,
with Arthur Chichester, W. A. Metx
ger, E. B. White, Henry Fairfax, Wil
liam Eustis and a number of others,
organized the Loudoun Hunt Club,
snd David Tennant was elected the
first master of the hunt*in 1905.
He hunted his own hounds and was
a born huntsman and horseman, the
riding of his wonderful' horse Jubilee
in horse shows is still talked of in
sporting circles. He died some years
ago, and Mae Bayne Tennant has car
ried on in such a courageous way that
she has been an inspiration to all of us.
No matter who was in distress or trou
ble she was the first to come, her own
sorrows put aside in helping others.
And when at times our burdens seemed
too hard to bear a visit to or fiom
Mae, and her outlook on life, made
things seem brighter to us, for her
iheerfulness and bravery was great.
Mr. and Mrs. David Tennant had
,wo children—Jack Tennant, who died
ft few years ago, and Anne Tennant,
who is now Mrs. J. Southgate Morison
of Baltimore. Md., and Virginia. Mrs.
Tennant’s brother is Dr. Breckenridge ;
Bayne of Salubria, Oxon Hill, Md. ,
The sorrowing faces of the many
who loved Mae Tennant filled the lit
tle church yesterday. We left her in ,
the old cemetery there, amid a '
bower of roses, Spring flowers of all ]
kinds, lilies, Southern smilax and vlo- ’
lets—her favorite color—and with 1
heavy hearts we came back to Vir
ginia, which will never be the same
without her. t
The Rev. Campbell Mayers of Mld
dleburg went to Maryland and took
part m the services at St. Barnabas’
Church and at the cemMery.
CHAIN LETTER REVIVED
TARBORO, N. C. (A*).—Mrs. E. L.
Forbes, welfare officer, is solving her
relief problems with a chain letter
revival.
Mrs. Forbes telephoned five friends
and asked each to send her $1 for
Edgecombe County welfare work and
requested each to write five friends to
do likewise.
First day’s results, $15,
Irish Aviation Club.
Aviation enthusiasts of Dublin are
raising a fund to save the Irish Avi
ation Club, which has met with finan
cial trouble. »
CONSPIRACY CHARGED
Postal Official Accused of Plot to
Solicit Campaign Money.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., February
18 (#).—Mrs. Anne C. Parsal, acting
wstmaster of Benton Harbor, Mich.,
ras indicted yesterday by a Federal
;rand jury on charges of conspiring to
solicit campaign funds from employe*
of the Berrien County (Michigan)
Welfare Commission..
Dan W. Potter, auditor for the
commission in 1934 when Mrs. Parsal
was county relief administrator, was
indicted on the same charge.
German Boys Like Skiing.
Small schoolboys in Germany are
becoming ski enthusiasts.
“with clear
bright eyes”
Eyes that are bright and
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for you.
Don’t let constipation continue
to endanger your health and rob
you of ambition. It’s folly to
gamble with harsh or habit
forming so - called remedies.
Proper food is all most systems
require.
Avoid Constipation
The Natural Way
Supplement your diet as many
prominent doctors recommend.
Eat several slices of Rice’s Honey
Krushed Bread with every meal,
rhis bread is a scientific blend
af crushed whole wheat, pure
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iielps restore regularity and tone
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tered name “Honey Krushed.”
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GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
BUREAU APPROVES
RICE'S HONEY KRUSHED BREAD
(flood Hou«ekeeping)
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Phone Lincoln 1227
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BOOKS CLOSED!
All charge purchases made Friday and Saturday will appear
on March bills, payable in April.
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the best-dressers. The
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Saturday to stop in.
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around in your sleep. Fast
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that way. Better look into this
Saturday!
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