REPORT DOE SOON
ON AIRPORT SITE
pen. Westover and Senator
by May 20 Seen.
The Planning Subcommittee of the
Washington Airport Commission will
be ready to report its recommenda
tions for commission procedure in
selecting an airport site for Wash
ington by May 20, it was announced
late yesterday by Maj. Gen. Oscar
Westover, chief of the Army Ah Corps
*nd chairman of the subcommittee,
after the first meeting of the group.
Gen. Westover and Senator Austin
*>f Vermont, a member of the sub
committee, were in conference in the
Senator’s office an hour and a half
yesterday afternoon. Neither would
make any coment upon the conclu
"There is nothing we can say until
the full subcommittee has met.” Gen.
Westover explained. The third sub
committee member, Representative
Nichols of Oklahoma, secretary of the
commision, was absent, but talked with
the other subcommittee members by
Gen. Westover said he will confer
today with Nichols and will go over
with him the ground covered yes
"There is quite a bit of work be
fore the subcommittee before it will
be ready to report to the full commis
sion,” Gen. Westover said. "We will
have to hold several meetings this
week and early next week.”
The subcommittee is working on a
plan of procedure for the commis
sion and will make recommendations
on hearings, the necessity for appro
priation of funds with which to carry
on commission activities, the calling
of expert advisers and other matters.
OTHER CITIES TO SEND
ELKS FOR DEDICATION
New York Delegates to Bring
Band for Services at
Delegates from New York. New Jer
sey, Pennsylvania, Delaware. Maryland
Virginia and North Carolina have ac
cepted invitations to attend dedica
tion services Sunday of the newly re
medied Columbia Temple, No. 422
Improved. Benevolent and Protectivi
Order of Elks of the World, it was an
The entire membership of Monarcl
Lodge, No. 45. of New York City, to
gether with a 50-piece band, is to ar
rive here in time for the street paradf
to be held at 1:30 p.m., it was stated
The temple houses Columbia Lodge
No. 85. besides the Columbia Chapter
No. 422. The building is located a
801 Rhode Island avenue.
Narrow-Minded George III.
George III, the English King chiefl
responsible for the bitterness whic]
led to the American Revolution, wa
so narrow minded and selfish tha
he would permit none of his si
daughters to marry. The eldest wa
allowed to marry at 31; the secom
and best looking of them was th
“official"’ virgin of the family, am
lived to reach the age of 70; th
third tried many times to marry am
was allowed to do so at 46; the fourtl
was over 40 before allowed a husband
the next, a most passionate girl
created enough scandal, but neve
married; and the last, being th
youngest and most favorite, was, o
course, never allowed to marry.
Midgets Feature Circus
These midget cloicns are old stand-bys of the Ringling Bros.
& Barnum & Bailey Shows, which come to Washington next
Monday and Tuesday. Frankie Salute is making up Georges
Absence Theory Fails.
NEWARK. N. J. (VP).—Advisory
Master Child ordered Alf Sorenson to
,; make a sincere effort to regain the
| affection of his wife, Mrs. Jean Soren
| son of Yonkers, N. Y., or pay her ali
mony. Sorenson said he had experi
' mented with the "absence-makes-the
' heart-grow-fonder" hypothesis and
it didn't work. When he returned
Mrs. Sorenson had gone home to
Tigers Kill Man.
While tracking the killer of a horse
, 'near Nuling. China, D. Karmorny, a
, guard employed by a timber conces
, slonaire, was attacked and killed by
RELIEF COSTS LOW
Average Is $1.94 Per Case,
With Per Capita Cost
2 Cents Monthly.
By the Associated Press.
RICHMOND, Va„ May 14.—Win
cheater had the lowest administrative
cost per welfare case among 12 Vir
ginia cities on which figures are avail
able, James W. Phillips, director of
the division of organization and super
vision of the Department of Public
Welfare, said yesterday.
Winchester showed an average cost
of 30 cents per case during January,
February and March, compared with
41 cents for Clifton Forge, the second
lowest city. Newport News showed the
highest average cost for the first three
months of the year. $2.27 per case.
Costs in other cities were: Roanoke,
55 cents: Alexandria, 59 cents (only
March figures available); Staunton,
61 cents; Lynchburg, 75 cents; Suf
folk, 90 cents; Hopewell, $1.11; Rich
mond, $1.50; Charlottesville, $1.54,
and Petersburg, $2.17.
Figures were not available pn Har
risonburg, Norfolk, Danville or Ports
Alexandria showed the least amount
spent in relief per case, $1.94, while
Hopewell’s cost per relief case aver
aged $14.25 per month for the first
three months of this year.
Alexandria and Newport News
showed the lowest per capita cost of
2 cents per month. The highest was
13.3 cents for Richmond, closely sec
orded by Winchester with a cost of an
even 13 cents per month for the first
quarter of 1936.
Brandy Starts Forest Fire.
Carrying 2.000 gallons of brandy, a
truck crashed into another vehicle
near Chadurie. France, and overturned
in a ditch. The brandy caught fire
and burned the truck. The flames
then spread to the surrounding forest,
which was destroyed.
DANCER’S TORCH BLAMED
IN FOUR DEATHS.
Ey.thc Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO. May 14.—In
vestigation of the Shamrock Night
Club fire, in which four persons lost
their lives, led today to the arrest ol
a dancer whose blazing torch turned
the crowded amusement place Into
The torch dancer, Betty Blossom,
was booked on a charge of violating
a city ordinance prohibiting the use
of an open flame in public without
a permit. She was released on $25
Henry Buckman, manager of the
club, said the torch came Into con
tact with overhead draperies when
the dancer attempted to avoid a
patron who was reaching for It.
Twelve persons were Injured when
the crowd rushed for the single exit
in the second-story club.
Britain to Train Airmen.
Britain Is sending a number of offi
cers and airmen of the Royal Air
Force to Singapore, Malaya, to assist
in the training of a volunteer air
CROP CURB PROGRAM
WINS NEW SIGNERS
Wallace Puzzled by Increase in
Number of Farmers Indors
By the Aiioeleted Presi.
Secretary Wallace was nonplussed
today by reports from his regional
directors of a large Increase In the
number of farmers ready to partici
pate In the soil-conservation crop
control plan over those who a year
ago signed A. A. A. contracts.
Wallace told his press conference
yesterday that the directors esti
mated participation by 4.500,000 to
5,000,000 farmers, compared with
j 3,000,000 to 3,500,000 a year ago.
1 The Secretary said, however, he
believed his assistants “were overoptl.
mlstlc.” He said his own estimate '
would be about 500,000 less.
He added il the preliminary re
ports were accurate and the weather
[conditions normal, production of all
major cash crope except corn should
be about the same in 1936 as In
1935, when production control, out
lawed by the Supreme Court, was In
The soil conservation program
should have a much greater appeal
than the A. A. A., particularly in
the Eastern States, Wallace said, but i
he added that he could not under- *■
stand the large increase in partici- \
palion as indicated by the survey.
Old Clothes Market. ;
Peiping, China's so-called "old
clothes market,” is more properly
the “Heavenly Bridge Market” to the
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Roof & Barn Paint
$2 «05 gal.
421 10th St. N.W.
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