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DR. IORDAN GETS
NEW POST AT C. U.
Educator Named Acting
Dean of Catholic Sisters
College.
Appointment of Rev. Dr. Edward
Benedict Jordan, associate professor
of education at Catholic University,
as acting dean of the Catholic Sisters
College, succeed- |
ing Right Rev.
Patrick Joseph
McCormick, re
:ently named
vice rector of the
university, was
announced today.
Dr. Jordan is
well known
throughout the
United States in
Catholic and sec
ular circles for
his outstanding
work in the field
of education. He
is a regular con
Or. Jordan.
tnbutor to the Catholic Educational
Review and has served on numerous
committees dealing with educational
movements.
He was born in Dunmore, Pa.,
Where he attended the public and
high schools. He took his bachelor
of science degree from St. Thomas
College, Scranton, Pa., in 1903, and
his bachelor of arts from Mount St.
Mary's College at Emmittsburg, Md„
in 1905. Following undergraduate
work, he entered Propaganda Univer
sity in Rome, from which he received
his S. T. B. degree in 1909. He was
ordained in Rome April 10, 1909.
Upon returning to the United
States the priest became a teacher of
biology and education at Mount St.
Mary’s, serving from 1910 to 1921.
Between 1919 and 1920 he also served
as vice president of the college. In
1921 Dr. Jordan came to Catholic
University as instructor in education
and was advanced to associate pro
fessor in 1926. Since 1921 he has
been a lecturer in psychology at
Trinity College. In 1930 he was
named secretary of the College of
Arts and Sciences at Catholic Uni
versity. In 1921 he was named sec
retary of Sisters College, of which
he has now become acting dean.
Dr. Jordan’s first public appearance
as acting dean will be at the 47th
annual commencement of the Catho
lic University on June 10.
E. C. BALTZ RE-ELECTED
BY RECIPROCITY CLUB
Heads Washington Chapter for
Second Consecutive Term.
Other Officers Chosen.
E. C. Baltz. president of the Wash
ington section of the Reciprocity Club
of America, has been elected for his
■econd consecutive term.
Other officers elected are V. M.
Hoffman, first vice president; J. R.
Carney, second vice president: S. L.
Hilton, treasurer; W. Sullivan, re
cording secretary, and W. K. Nor
wood, corresponding secretary.
J. P. Conger, W. L. Gray, H. King,
S. A. Parks, A. G. Dezendorf and B.
Stonebraker were elected to the
Board of Directors for two-year terms,
while O. A. Ford. R. K. Espey and
L. H. Curry were named for one
year.
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Spanish Bandit Released.
Pedro Cabellos, known as "El Pepi
fio,” the lawless Spanish bandit, who
was sentenced in 1906 to 150 years in
prison, has been released. He earned
the great reduction of his sentence by
good conduct. He once was a member
of a band known as "El Pemales,”
which was the terror of the villagers
and mountain dwellers in the Cordoba
district of Spain.
Ohio Board Bans
Sex Appeal in
Ads for Liquor
a
Woman’s Views Prevail
as Women’s Pictures
Are Outlawed.
By the Associated Press.
COLUMBUS. Ohio., May 21.—
Beauty and beer must not be mixed,
the Ohio Liquor Board ruled yester
day in forbidding portrayal of beauti
ful, and often scantily clad, models
In advertisements for alcoholic bev
erages.
“When young girls see pictures of
beautiful women in beer and liquor
advertisements, they are led to be
lieve that they, too, can become at
tractive by the generous consumption
of such beverages,” commented Mrs.
Edith McClure Patterson, only woman
member of the board.
“I am utterly opposed to any form
of lascivious advertising, and I be
lieve the board should outlaw the use
of women in all liquor and beer ad
vertising."
' Two other board members agreed. |
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Winner of Essay Contest
Agnes Silvestro, who won the essay contest sponsored by the
Immaculate Conception Church and school, shown receiving the
award from Rev. John K. Cartwright yesterday. The award is
a trip on the S. S. Lafayette, sailing June 27 for France, Holland,
Belgium and England. —Star Staff Photo.
TAKOMA PARK COUPLES
ACCEPT MISSION CALLS
Mr. and Mrs. I*. R Holly to Go to
China and Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Roth to Go to Panama.
Six couples, two from Takoma Park,
have accepted calls from the Foreign
Mission Board of Seventh-day Ad
ventists to be missionaries in foreign
countries, according to an announce
ment yesterday.
The Takoma Park couples are Mr.
and Mrs. Leighton R. Holly and
Mr and Mrs. Arthur H. Roth. The
Hollys will sail from San Francisco
on June 28 for Shanghai, where Mr.
Holly will be a union field publishing
secretary. Mr. and Mrs. Roth will
go to Panama.
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for valuations over $100.00 add 50c
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Y.M.CA EXPANDS
SPORTS PROGRAM
Aviation, Riding, Boating
and Golf Clubs Will Be
Formed.
In an ambitious expansion of out
door sport activities, the Young Men’s
Christian Association has begun or
ganisation of aviation, horseback rid
ing, boating and golf clubs within its
membership.
Special instruction courses will be
conducted in these sports, according to
an announcement today by John L.
Vandegrift, chairman of the Member
ship Committee. Vandegrift is as
sistant vice president of the Chesa
peake it Potomac Telephone Co.
Assisting Chairman Vandegrift in
the program are Randy Myers, mem
bership secretary, Leonard W. De Gast,
general secretary and the following
business and professional men: Earl
Nash. George Kennedy, George E.
Harris, Dr. J. Orin Powers, Dr. Carson
P. Frailey, C. B. Bishop. James C.
Parker, S. Dee Hanson, Arthur Godfrey
and J. O. Martin.
A club will be formed among en
thusiasts in each sport and special
privileges in use of facilities will be
extended each member. More than a
score of charter members have signed
up In each of the proposed clubs.
Ground school and flying instruction
by aviation experts will be given
members of the aviation club. Ar
rangements are being made for use of
planes at a local field.
An Army-tarined instructor will
teach horsemanship and conduct
"rides." Care and training of riding
horses also will be taught.
Sailing, canoeing and rowing in
struction will be afforded by the boat
ing club.
Golfers will be given lessons by lead
ing professionals by arrangement with
one or more country clubs.
Only Y. M. C. A. members will be
eligible to Join the clubs.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP
10™ II™ F and G Street* Prone district 3300
Dahlia Roots
20C each $|.95 dozen
500 assorted dahlia roots. Good quality,
large size. Various colors.
Garden Section, Fourth Floor.
Henry Hull
Original New York Star
of
Tobacco Road
by JACK KIRKLAND
Based on the novel
by Erskine Caldwell
!ii "
will be in our Book Section
Friday at 3 o'clock
to autograph copies of the book
sl
Thi Book Store, Aisle 23, First Floor.
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Mattresses
Remade
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Furniture and !_
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ISADOR MILLER
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i (Between H and I Sts.) I
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'1,500 Yards of
TRIPLE SHEER 70c
BEMBERC PRINTS7 °
All are this season's prints. All are wash
able—an important point in their favor for
Summer wear. White, tinted, dark back- Were $1.25
grounds. 39 inches wide.
Synthetics, Second Floor.
101 Room-Size
SUMMER RUGS
at these very special prices
Women's Hats, sl
Were $1.95 and $2.95
50 hats in felt and straw.
Assorted styles and bro
ken size range.
Down Stairs Store.
Boys' Sweaters
75c Werefl
126 sleeveless and short
sleeve sweaters In white,
tan and stripes. Sizes 28
to 30.
5 pahs Boys’ Summer Wash
Slacks reduced for clearance.
Sizes 5, 18 and 20. Were
$1.95. Now_95c
14 pairs Boys’ Pajamas, In
one-piece styles. Sizes 4 and •
6. Were $1. Now_45c
19 Boys' Sailor and Rugby
Suits reduced for clearance.
Sizes 4 to 8 and 10. Were
*3.95. Now.*2.45
Down Stairs Store.
Sports Skirts, 75c
Were S2.9S and f 3.95
30 skirts in flared and
pleated styles. Wool
crepes and novelty fab
rics. Light and dark
shades. Sizes 26 to 32.
40 Slip-on Sweaters in light
weight wool with short sleeves.
Sizes 34 to 40. Were *1.95 and
*2.95. Now..__$1
12 Wool Sports Jackets with
sport backs, in checks
and plaid designs. Sizes 14
to 20. Were *3.95 and *5.95.
Now-*1.95
30 Blouses in acetate crepes in
plain colors and prints. Short
sleeves, washable fabrics. Sizes
34 to 40. Were *1.95 and
*2.95. Now_75c
Down Stairs Store,
Sportswear.
Foundation
Garments, *|-35
Were $1.95 and $2.95
72 garments Including
satin and Lastex girdles,
size 26; batiste girdles,
sizes 25 to 28; and one
piece garments with lace
brassieres, size 32.
42 Bandettes in an assortment
of sizes and styles. Were 58c.
Now _45c
Down Stairs Stork.
Inexpensive
Dresses, *2‘95
| Were $3.95 and $5.95
50 dresses for misses and
women, in plain and
printed acetate crepes.
Many of the prints have
light grounds and short
sleeves. Sizes 14 to 20, 38
to 44.
Down Stairs Store.
Inexpensive Dresses, WHb
20—8x10 foot,
made to sell
regularly, $9.95
50—7.6x9 foot,
made to sell
regularly, $8.95
19—6x12 foot,
made to sell
regularly, $9.85
12—6x9 foot,
made to sell
regularly, $7.95
Woodward 8c Lothrop
Down Stairs Store
Friday Remnant Day
Remnant Day Merchandise is not returnable or exchangeable; not
sent C. 0. D. or on approval; telephone or mail orders not accepted
Men's and Boys' Polo Shirts
Special 50e
500 Talon-fastened cotton knit shirts with short
sleeves and sports necks, in navy, tan, blue, maize
and white. Boys’ sizes, 26 to 34; men's sizes, 36 to 46.
Underwear, 75c
H as SI to $1.95
152 pieces in a group in
cluding rayon two-piece
pajamas, white dance
sets and odd pieces. Bro
ken sizes and styles.
85 Pieces in an assortment of
rayon s h o r t i e bloomers,
panties, vests and gown*.
Broken sizes and styles. Were
38c to 88c. Now.....251
Down Stairs Store.
260 pairs Men s Universal
Pajamas in plain colors
and fancy patterns. Middy,
notch and surplice styles.
Sizes A, B, C, D. Special SI
300 pairs Men’s Sample
Hose in rayons and lisles.
Sizes 10 to 12. Six pairs SI
Down Stairs Stork.
270 Men s Shirts, mostly
white collar-attached styles.
Some neckband styles in
cluded. Sizes 14 to 17.
Special_75c
200 Men’s Summer Silk
Ties, handmade, resilient
construction. Were 50c.
Now_25c
"" 1 ' i
CostumeSlips,s| 35
Were S1.95
148 slips in an assortment
including Celanese taffeta
evening slips, daytime
styles in slightly weighted
silk crepe in lace-trimmed
and tailored models. Also
a group of extra size slips
in Celanese taffeta and
silk crepe. Broken sizes,
slightly soiled.
50 Lace-Trimmed Slips In
slightly weighted satin. Sizes
42 and 44. Were $1.35.
Now ...... $1
Down Stairs Stou.
Misses' Swagger
Suits, $950
Were $13.95 and $16.95
18 suits in monotones and
glaids in gray, tan, light
lue and navy. Sizes 12
to 20.
Down Stairs Store, Coats.
Toddlers' Dresses
Greatly Reduced
30 Wash Dresses, printed and
plain, in broken sizes 3 to 6
years. Were $1.95. Now..95c
21 Wash Dresses in broken
sizes 1 to 6 years. Were $1
and $1.58. Now_65c
Down Stairs Store,
Infants.
.Women's Hose, 55°
Irregulars of Higher Priced Hose
963 pairs hose in chiffon and semi-service weights.
Sizes 8V2 to 10 V2.
Children's Shoes
S | .95 Were $4
47 pairs of junior misses’
sports oxfords in black
and brown crushed calf
with kiltie tongues. Bro
ken sizes.
37 pairs Junior Misses’ and
Children's Shoes in a group
including brown suede and
brown calf oxfords. Broken
sizes. Were $2.95 and $3.50.
Now _$1
Down Stairs Store.
172 pairs Children’s Socks.
Broken size range. Were
25c. Now_10c pair
Down Stairs Store.
557 pairs Sports Socks in
fine ribbed and lisle. Pastel
and dark shades. Irregulars
of 35c socks. Special, 3
pairs —.—50c
^m
Handbags, 75c
Were $1.95
24 bags in leather and
crepe. Several different
styles.
40 Handbags reduced for
clearance. Were $1. Now__25e
10 White Handbags, in white
patent with slide fastener clos
ings. Were $1.85. Now $1.25
Down Stairs Store.
Junior Misses
Dance Dresses
$3.50
Were $7.95 to $10.95
15 dresses in a variety of
fabrics, in sizes 11 to 17.
7 Dresses in acetate crepe.
Broken sizes 11 to 17. Were
$5.96 and $7.95. Now...$1.95
Down Stairs Store,
Junior Misses.
Girls'Wash Frocks
95c Were $1.9S
49 dresses in prints and
plain colors. Broken
sizes 7 to 16.
11 Dresses in silk and acetate
crepes. Broken sizes 7 to 16.
Were $1.95 and $2.95. Now 95c
38 Hats and Hat and Scarf
Sets. Were $1 and $1.50.
Now _—.15c
Down Stairs Store.
Women's and Misses'
Dresses, s2 95
^ Were $7.95 and $10.95
51 dresses, in a selection of styles, all plain colors.
Some soiled. Broken size range.
Women's Shoes,*1
Were $2.95 and $3.95
201 pairs white shoes in
a group including step-in,
strap and oxford styles
with high and medium
heels.
110 pairs Women’s Shoes in a
group including black pumps,
T-straps and oxfords and
brown T-strap and step-in
pumps. Broken sizes. Were
$3.95 and $5. Now.$1.95
Down StAiaa Stors.
76 Evening Dresses in sizes
for misses and little women.
Plain colored acetate
crepes. Some soiled and
mussed. Were $7.95 to
. $13.95. Now.-$5
Down Stairs Store, Dresses.
40 Dresses In a group, most
ly In little women’s sizes.
Broken size range. Some
soiled. Were $7.95 and
$10.95. Now.$3

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