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Colliflower Determined to
Reach Goal—$41,235 Is Subscribed. The Metropolitan Police Boys’ Club’s campaign for funds will be continued until the goal of $135,000 Is reached, James E. Colliflower, .president of the organliatlon, told team directors and officials yester day at a luncheon at the Willard Hotel. The decision to continue all phases of the drive—the police house-to house canvass, business solicitation and special gifts committees—was reached after reports were received, bringing the total to $41,235, less than one-third of the goal. Other Cities Watch. Police Chief Ernest W. Brown, who attended the meeting along with a number of police inspectors and cap tains, spoke briefly of his address this week before the thirtieth annual convention of the Boys’ Clubs of America, Inc., In Philadelphia. He said police officials and mayors of a number of large cities are vitally in terested in Washington’s police club eystem. Inspector James P. Beckett turned over 8,015 associate memberships to Ray C. Thompson. This is the amount solicited by policemen In their house to-house canvass. He expressed confi dence the goal of 50,000 associate memberships would be reached In this phase of the drive. Bobo's Precinct Leads. The second precinct, under Capt J. E. Bobo's leadership, still is in the lead in the $1 associate mem bership drive, with a total of $1,980. Latest reports from the other police divisions follow: No. 1, $675; No. 3; $1,038; No. 4, $330; No. 5, $500; No. 6, *733; No. 7, *679; No. 8, *366; No. 9, *144; No. 10, *726; No. 11, *138, No. 12, *408; Women's Bureau, 834; Detective Bu reau, $71; Traffic Division, $150, and harbor precinct, $45. CITIZENS REQUEST POOL BE FILLED IN Anacostia Group Point Out Men ace of Stagnant Water South of School. The filling in of- a stagnant pool south of the Anacostia Junior-Senior High School and bordering the B. & O. Railroad tracks was urged upon the Health Department in a motion passed by the Anacostia Citizens’ As sociation last night. Residents in the immediate vicinity of the pool complained, saying it has existed for more than a year. Formal presentation of a silver lov ing cup to Milton E. Diehl, president, was made by William A. Malo, chair man of the Southeast Council, in recognition of the association having won a recent membership drive spon sored by the council. Orrin J. Davy, secretary of the coun cil, spoke about the plan to erect a boys' club in Anacostia in the near future. The association was informed by letter from the National Capital Parks that street lights would be in stalled in section D of the Anacostia Park between the Eleventh Street Bridge and the Pennsylvania Avenue Bridge. The secretary was instructed to request Capital Parks’ officials to replace benches in Anacostia Park that had been destroyed by the recent flood and by vandals. The meeting was held in the Ana eostia Junior-Senior High School. HOUSE PAGES TO HOLD DINNER TOMORROW Representative Shannon, Host at Event, Issues “Proc lamation.” A “proclamation” was issued today by Representative Shannon of Mis souri announcing the pages of the House will hold their fourth annual adjournment dinner at the Shoreham Hotel tomorrow at 7 p.m. "Whereas, by H. R. 1935, intro duced in the cloakrooms of the House of Representatives and passed by the pages at the first session of the 74th Congress, it was provided that Mr. Shannon should continue his annual custom of being host to the pages at an adjournment dinner, and whereas, the season is at hand in which to observe said long respected custom,” Representative Shannon's proclama tion read. John McCabe of Indiana and T. V. Martindale of Ohio are the chief pages. Martindale will preside and call the roll, while McCabe will act as master of ceremonies. MARK ANNIVERSARY OF RETIREMENT LAW Hembers of Congress and Govern ment Officials Participate in Exercises. The 16th birthday anniversary of the civil service retirement law was celebrated last night by the Joint Conference on Civil Service Retire ment, which worked for many years to get this legislation passed. More than a score of members of Congress and Government officials participated in commemorative exercises in Typo graphical Temple, 425 G street. Plans also were made to seek sev eral perfecting amendments to the re tirement act. The joint conference is composed of representatives of all affiliated or ganizations of employes in the Gov ernment service, with Robert H. Al corn as executive officer in charge of legislative efforts. CLASS WILL DINE . Georgetown School of Dentistry Alumni to Be Hosts. A dinner and reception for the graduating' class of the Georgetown School of Dentistry, with the District alumni chapter acting as hosts, will be given tonight st 7 in the univer sity dining halL Francis Tomas!, class president, will respond to remarks by Rev. Arthur A. O’Leary, 8. J, president of the uni versity. Rev. David V. McCauley, regent, and Dean William N. Cog an also are scheduled to speak. Dr. Joseph F. Manley is president of the alumni and Dr. David Fitzgibbons is in charge of arrangements. WOODWARD & LOTHROP 10” I IT AM G 9ntM PMNsOlnRKT 880# On a Summer Night The scene is a roof or country club terrace and you in a white cloud of filmy organdie embroidered with brilliant red flowers and fresh green leaves. A frill ruffles over the shoulder and follows -re the row of buttons down the back. Misses' sizes- **^ You arrive—you depart—in a long white coat of transparent embroidered organdie. The roll collar goes to the waist, marked with a glittering * t /• qc fastener, and the huge balloon sleeves end in slim fitting cuffs. For misses_ ■ ^ Formal Room, Thus Floor. Debut for June Featured in Good Housekeeping for the 4 Junior Miss' gay Summer evenings are these two fashions. The eyelet embroidered or gandie in a leaf design uses ruching to give a bolero effect. White, maize, blue, pink. Sizes 11 to 17. The acetate faille baby swag ger with new full sleeves will be as appro priate with sports costumes os with the eve ning frock. Aqua, blue, pink, black, white. Sizes 11 to 17. Eoch 9 These Fashions, Exclusive with Wood ward and Lothrop, Will Be Modeled in the Section the First Week in June Between the Hours of 12 and 6. Jujcioi Misses’ Appasil, FOusth Tioos. A09M ' ‘ Dance in Sandals Multi-color straps overlap to form as novel a sandal as we have seen—-and versatile, too, for it will accompany ony color. Shiny lacquered patent leather, T-strap, with an open toe and $l/\ 50 very low cut. Also in doeskin- IU Patent leather sandal for evening wear or day time, with practically no heel and cut-outs for a new effect. Blue, white, block, $fi.75 Dubonnet, green, yellow, gray- 0 Wane's Orou, Thu ploos. * <* 2 There is Sheer Joy in a M Washable Wardrobe |p|||:l A—Truhu washable crepe jacket frock designed for half sizes. Stitched pockets match the stitched collar of the dress, a row of buttons form the trim. White with copen dots. Sizes c 16 Vi to 24 Vi_ D B—The wrap-around dress in a diagonal weave crepe comes in white, flesh or copen. Wide revers with a plain edge are diagonally stitched and give a "border effect" to match the cuffs. With nc three pearly buttons. Sizes 16Vi to 24Vi- 5iO C—A smart loose-swinging coat in o diagonal weave crepe goes over a tailored dress with a frilled vestee effect. The white dress with a green, red or royal blue coat; wheat with Summer brown; ciq 95 and blue with May wine. Sizes 34 to 42_ *l-7 D—Cross-bar alpaca—one of the newer and very smart washables— makes this stunning woman's dress. Shirt-frock lines, with double tiered buttons and a two-color scarf at the neck. White cjt 95 with brown or black, blue with navy. Sizes 36 to 44_ Wombn’s Deemed. Thud Flood. ■ Do You Know We Do RE-WEAVING Practicolly invisible re-weaving of tears, moth holes and burned places in woolens, linens and tapestries permits you to retain the service of these articles which would otherwise be lost. Estimates will be submitted for the work, i Dry Cleanino Receivino Dees. 11th Atn O Streets Corker, First Floor. iMsf ■■ 111 ■ . ill Let Miss Shirley Hughes, trained special representative, tell you how V \ \ 1 Is / Will Make • Your Skin "Sing" The hour: 5:10. The problem: o won complexion and a large evening ahead. The solution: Harriet Hubbard Ayer's Strawberry Cream and Lotion be cause they end that end-of-day fatigue with sur prising speed and efficacy. Because the plump, ripe berries from which the cream is made lighten, brighten, tone the face. Because this is one so called mask treatment that will not dry out even dry, delicate skins. Strawberry Cream—111*65/ $5 Strawberry Lotion—85^ *l65 y/tfttitt 4jub(ni*d. V?y«t Woven Names For Campers' Summer Wardrobes If you are sending your young hopefuls off to Summer camps, be sure \ their wardrobes are marked with their names. Any name may be woven in fast colors: red, blue, black, navy, green or lav ender on white or black tape. Six styles of let tering. Priced for names not exceeding 20 letters. 12 dozen_$3 9 dozen_$2*50 6 dozen_---$2 S dozen-$1-50 The smallest quantity made is three dozen of any one name. Seven days required from date of order. Notions, Anu 31, Fnn Flooi.