Hinckley to Take Oath
As Commerce Aide
Early This Week
Former C. A. A. Head
Still to Supervise
Many of Its Activities
By OLIVER McKEE.
Robert H. Hinckley, formerly
chairman of the Civil Aeronautics
Authority, will be sworn in as As
sistant Secretary of Commerce
early this week, it was announced
at the Department of Commerce
yesterday. In his new post Mr.
Hinckley will supervise the Weather
Bureau, transferred to the Depart
ment of Commerce by the reorgani
sation which went into effect June
30, and many of the activities of
the Civil Aeronautics Authority,
also transferred to the Commerce
Department in the recent re
shuffling of Federal agencies.
Mr. Hinckley is expected to give
particular attention to the enlarged
program for training civilian pilots.
With the speeding up of national de
fense plans, this program has as
sumed increasing importance. Mr.
• Hinckley played a leading part in
initiating this training.
18.000 Pilots Trained.
On June 30 the program had
turned out nearly 10 000 new pilots.
For the' fiscal year which began
July 1 plans call for the training of
45.000 pilots. Congress has ear
marked $37,000,000 for this work.
Between June 15 and September 15
primary training will be given to
15.000 pilots. This will consist of a
ground course of 72 hours and a
flight course of 35 to 50 hours. Sec
ondary Instruction of 45 additional
flying hours will be given this sum
mer to 1 000 students who already
have completed their elementary
training. In the fall 15.000 more
primary pilots will be trained and
another 15.000 during the spring
semester. The training will be car
ried on in 500 centers located in
every State, Hawaii, Alaska and
Puerto Rico. During the past year :
only one student lost his life in an j
Though the functions of the new
Civil Aeronautics Hoard have been
placed within the framework of the
Department of Commerce, it will ex
ercise its functions independently
of the Secretary of Commerce. The
board will prescribe safety stand
ards, rules and regulations, and
will have the authority to suspend
and revoke safety certificates after
Jiea’rings. It also will exercise the
Investigative and other functions
formerly vested in the Air Safety j
Board, abolished by the reorganiza- |
tion order. The board will carry on
its accident work both in Washing- j
ton and in the field.
A new official, the administrator
Cf civil aeronautics, will handle many
of the former activities of the Civil
Aeronautics Authority with respect
to safety regulations. The adminis
trator will direct a field staff of
aeronautical and engineering in
spectors, and airworthiness engi
neers. He will provide for the flight
testing and examination of appli
cants for airmen certificates, super
vise the examination and flight
testing of aircraft for type and air
worthiness. and the examination of
aircraft manufacturers’ facilities to
determine whether a production
certificate should be issued. He also
will supervise the equipment and
facilities of aircraft repair stations
and flying and mechanic schools.
A joint resolution is pending in
Congress to permit Col. Donald H.
Connallv of the United States Army
to assume the duties of adminis
Meet on Poland
Members of Group 848. Polish Na
tional Alliance, and the Polish Club
Of Washington will meet with rep
resentatives from Wilmington and
Baltimore at 1 o'clock this after
noon at 5832 Georgia avenue N.W.
to discuss relief measure in Poland.
PEN MAR, PA.
pa r k view sEc/sar
Hot and Cold Running Water in All Rooms.
Mrs. C. Middlckauff._
Rooms well furnished. Home comfort*.
Good meals. Chicken dinners a specialty
Close to nark and station. Reasonable.
MRS. Rt'TH COOK. Mirr.
Private estate. Cool. Verandas, walks,
lawns, srenerv, cottages, sports, hostess;
restricted; J50 mi. from Wash. Dist. 5300.
DELAWARE WATER GAP, PA.
Cool, Comfortable. A family resort for
vacationists and tourists. Booklet. Mra.
t, Hauser A Sons.
ON VACATION AT
", Excellent golf, riding
' swimming . . . indoors III
outdoors filled with enter
tainment tor everybody—
that's P.M. for your sugfr
mer vacation. Delightfully
cool, friendly and informal.
Pttm-fresh food Brin* the timily to
die top of the Poconos tor the lumnur.
HERMAN V. YEAGER, Genprol Monogpr
POCONO MANOR* PA»
* POCONO MOUNTAINS^ PA.
[BUCK HILL FALLS. PA.
I Only ft hours to this ft.000-acre
-mountain beauty spot. 300 fireproof
rooms. R clay tennis courts. t>7-hole
golf Olympic-size outdoor pool;
riding- Selected clientele. J. J. Nolan.
01 ‘7 jftth St. N.W.. Rep. Nat, •ftitto.
K 2 000 A C I E RESORT
■ ) Atop the Poconos. Only 5Va hours
■l - from Washington. Planned activ
■■■ j ities or relaxation in the piney
5* / mountain air. Private lake, sand
* i—beach, tennis, indoor and outdoor
shuffleboard. golf, riding, library,
evening social life. All inclusive
rates. 25 to $41*. Restricted.
roroNO pines, penna.
"ash. office: 906 10th St. N.W. RE. 1337
I Capacity 200. Highest spot in Focono*.
Golf at Hotel. All (ports. Home cui
sine. Selected clientele. Booklet. Write
H. E. & J. M. GEI8SINGER, Bog 10,
Bell Tel. Cresco 3511.
r 1 mi
F. B. I. THEATER REHEARSAL—"Robin of Sherwood” will be
presented by the Federal Bureau of Investigation Theater
Group at the Sylvan Theater Tuesday night, and two of the
players are shown here at rehearsal yesterday. Helen Wright
i left) plays Maid Marian and Stanley Nygren fills the role of
Robin Hood. —Star Staff Photo.
F. B. I. Theater Group
To Present Festival
The Theater Group of the Federal
Bureau of Investigation's Recreation
Association and the 22?piece W. P.
A. Orchestra will present the third
summer festival program at the Na
tional Sylvan Theater, beginning at
7:30 o'clock Tuesday night.
It will be the orchestra's first ap
pearance in the festival series. The
F. B. I. players have taken part in
four previous festivals.
The players will present "Robin
of Sherwood," a new version of the
Robin Hood story arranged from a
script by Prof. J. R. Crawford of
Yale University, under direction of
Paul A. Neuland and William A.
Coleman. Forty players will take
part in the drama.
The W. P. A. Orchestra will be di
rected by Fra»k Lanning. former
member of the National Symphony
Cat Fanciers' Show
To Feature 'Figaro'
"Figaro.” a kitten said to bear a
striking resemblance to the feline
character of the same name in Walt
Disney's Film “Pinocchio.” will be
among those exhibited July 20 by
the Columbian Cat Fanciers in the
Lewis Hotel Training School. Wash
ington Circle. Lee Marsteller of
Silver Spring, Md., is owner of the
The show will be open from 9 a m.
to 10 p.m. and will be judged by Mrs.
EASIEST TRIP “ABROAD”
It, costs so little to go “abroad”
this way...to friendly old Quebec,
America's only walled city. ..a bit
of 17th Century Normandy. By
motor, 60 miles from U. S. border.
By train, overnight. Gateway to
lower St. Lawrence, shrine of Ste.
Anne de Beaupre. Saguenay,
Gaspe. Rates at Chateau $3.50 up
per day (European). Budget meals.
Your travel aoent or any Canadian
Pacific office; C. E. Phelps. 14tb anl
New York Ave. N.W.. Wash.* D. C.
Canada welcomes U. S. Citizens.
Seagoing Fireman inspired
Catalina Aquaplane Derby
LOS ANGELES, July 6 —A Cali
fornia fireman named Prank Sande
man went aquaplaning early one
morning. He had no bathing
trunks, so wore his red flannel
underwear. It was foggy and the
man driving the speedboat soon got
lost. But the sea was smooth, so
they chugged along. Pretty soon
they drove into a harbor filled with
yachts—Avalon Harbor. Mr. Sande
man, red flannels and all, had rid
den all the way across the 44-mile
Mr. Sandeman was rewarded by
being pinched for too much speed
in the harbor. But his feat lives
on and this August 4 will be com
memorated a«ain by the annual
Catalina - to - mainland aquaplane
Experts can ride at a mile-a
minute pace. In the race the
riders will leave Avalon at noon and
winners will cover the 44 miles in
about an hour and a half.
It's a race of skill and endurance.
Riders jouncing along over the roll
ers say first their arms go to sleep*
next their legs get numb, then pains
shoot through their backs, their
heads ache. Some tumble off into i
the ocean and have to be fished out.
The man in the motorboat has to
be an expert, too. If he whips across
a wave too fast his rider is jerked
off and the race is gone.
Smart navigation can be the de
ciding factor. The Santa Catalina,
channel is one of the trickiest
stretches of water on the coast.
Currents sneak across it and lead
racers astray. A team once wound
up back at Catalina by mistake.
Another team won by following a
OCEAN GROVE. N. J.
Q1 1 r C M OS OCEAN FRONT.
U L L il OCEAN GROVE. N J.
Good Moderate Rate Hotel. American or
European Plan. Write H._W. Williams
OCEANVIEW Broadway A Central,
WV n View Ocean Groye. N. J.
Convenient—Close to Beach
BREAKFAST included with ROOM
Modest Rates. Booklet. _ I.. K. Beidler
^ WILDWOOD, N. J.
I ^ I XfoCL At% •
MURDOCK MWIRGEHEHT* J
e’Uxttutiv*, hut nat ExPiuitW
0 M W E L L o mms*
/ mtriean and Enrtptan Plan, Baaiiat
J. S. Olwell. Prop., Wildwood. N. J.
wJF V H B^ Wk frcmbfRch !
Prmm Iglh Ar "orkm, • MX PCIPP
I ROSEMONT INN
'.'30 E. Glenwood Are.
Running Water In AJ1 Rooms. Free Parkins.
Ownejr^ Mat._Mrs. C. L. Mou«ley.
BlA MAGNOLIA AVE. NEAR BEACH
9lO "1-Meal Plan. Private Baths.
Free Rathinc A Parkin*. C. H.
WILDWOOD CREST. N. J.
Amer. Plan I
ORVILLE T.KING |
j BELMAR HOTEL
Wildwood Crest. N. J. Overlooking Ocean. ,
American and European. Reasonable Rates. !
| 1. C. MINK. Prop, and Owner. 7* ;
1 PENNSYLVANIA. j
Come to Pennsylvania, where
there's fun for the whole family.
Pack a thrill a minute into this
year's vacation. Historic shrines,
WHEN YOU ao TO THE natural wonders, or the cool
NEW YORK WORLB’SE air, peace of mountain-top and lake
; "n^y” A^A^UllD^1 f ft*
awaiting you. What a land for out
door sport! No matter what your
favorite, you’ll get a new lift from
itin Pennsylvania. Andtbeyoung*
sters! Fun a-plenty, also the wealth
of historic lore they’ll gather in
the Keystone State will make
classroom lessons seem real and
living when schopl days begin
again. There’s more for every
body in a Pennsylvania vacation.
View from Wyalusinjt Rocks, near Towancfa.
Cmoo in. the wtter’*
line! Mountain lakes and
streams invite you to cool
I , off and have a lot of fun.
40,000 miles of mod
ern roads like this
make it easy to go
farther, see more.
among the his
you'll want to
be sure to visit.
rprr PICTORIAL MAP AND FOLDER
rncc HOSPITALITY PASSPORT
Send for this complete puide to Pennsylvania
—the historic and picturesque—profusely
illustrated in color, with it you will receive
the Hospitality Passport that assuresa cordial
welcome. Address Pennsylvania Department
of Commerce, Division H-109, Harrisbura.
ARTHUR H. JAMES, Gwwntr RICHARD P, BROWN, Stcrtlsrj C*mmtrc» 1
i t 4
course laid out by an ex-rum-run
ner who had learned the channel's
tricks In prohibition days.
The race is sponsored by the Cata
lina - Hermosa - Manhattan Beach
Federal Court Clerks
To Convene August 29
Clerks of United States District
Courts and the Circuit Courts of
Appeal will hold their annual con
vention at the Wardman Park Hotel
August 29-31, it was announced yes
Attorneys Jerome P. Barnard and
John P. Hlllyard will be in charge
_CAPE MAY, N. J._
I A Hotel Renowned for lie Pood
end Service—It* Beautiful Bur
roundlnca and Invltlnc Roeoltemv.
BEACH HAVEN. N. J.
SAT1 beths with eee water . . . Beat flihlftg .
and bathing on New Jeraev eoeat Sere
aelitf fnna HgJ Layer ... Flea tecnie eeorta.
R. F. Engle. Mgr.
"AWAY FROM IT ALL” . . .
get rid of that "down-and
out” feeling. Give youraelf
j a real change at TRIPLE
LAKE fcANCH. Get in trim with riding,
gnlftr.w. lennla. awlmminc. boating, etc.
Food and romforta at you like them.
No extra chargea . . . Not reatricted.
TRIPLE LAKE RANCH
ASBl'RY PARK. N. J.
7th Air , Facing Ocean
A refined popular-priced neean
front hotel Fireproof. Thor
oughly modern Every room with
private lavatory or
OPEN ALL YEAR
4**00 Ashurv Park
LH. S. Jackson. <
MAYVI EW Asbury Park, N. J.
SI .*»rt tp European.
Block from Beach. American or European.
Runr.inr Water and Beautyreat Mattreise*
in All Rooms. Tel Asbury Park l*^_
. SEA GIRT, N. J.
OCEAN CITY, N. J.
where it's Cool
. . where the spark
ling surf, the whole
sloping beaches, re
freshing sports and
wise restrictions will
make you say, "Here,
at last, is the Land
of - Heart's- Desire."
For Beoutifully Illustrated
Publicity Department JL14
till till. Cecil cm. N. I.
For a family vacation, delicious
food —232 rooms with baths,
3 outdoor sea-water pools—
open sun decks, moderate rates.
.1. HOWARD SLOClTM, Mgr.
Ftre proof Hotel
^ Restaurant Open to Public
|(W 6th & Control Avo. I
ma^ Ocean City. N. J. European Flan. ■
W Friv. Bath. Running Water in I
■■•All Rooms. Convenient to Beach.Jl
BEACH FRONT between Snd and
3rd AMERICAN PLAN—FREE
K. A. YOUNG. Manager.
_ re a Iters
L. M. BRIGHTON PLACE NSAR MACH
American Plan—Bathers' Patio
_Booklet. _A. YARGER. Own.-Mgr._
OCEAN CITY, N. J.—MODERN. AMERICAN
PLAN. Running Water or Private Bath.
Surf Bathing Accom. Booklet. Elevator.
10th & WESLEY AVE.
Stop at the Best for the Least. Near
Beach and Station. Homelike.
bri V ri/ITC 8tt> and Ocean Ave.
DCLLL VUfi Elevators—Central
Bathing Mr, J. t. MoCONNELL. Mgr.
of the program, with the latter
serving as secretary of the General
Convention Committee. Joseph W.
Stewart, assisted by Willard Hart,
heads the Committee on Arrange
Speakers are expected to include
Justice Bolitha J. Laws of District
Court, Francis W. Hill, jr„ president
of the District Bar Association, and
Henry P. Chandler, director of the
administrative office of ^United ]
States courts here.
Portugal owns three colonies in I
India, with an aggregate population
_SPRING LAKE, N. J.
_ SPRING LAKE. N. 3.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
THE WORLD'S PLAYGROUND
has so many varieties of accommoda
tion* and attractions, everyone can en
joy an "Atlantic City Vacation." Bring
the family and stay longer, because
your dollar goes further. The finest surf
bathing . . . the world's greatest Board
walk . . . every land and water sport
. . . palatial and modest hotels ... ro
mantic evenings of moonlight and music,
on piers out over the sea.
For pictorial Booklet, also Yito/one
Folder, address Mayor Thomas D. Tar
cart. Jr . Room 119, City Hall, Atlan
tic City, N. J.
Add roes_... _
In tha MERRY-GO-ROUND
Dinner and Supper Dancing
And Hi* Orchestra *
ENJOY A SUPREMELY
Early summer, a sparkling sea, and
for your enjoyment—the glamour
and charm of America's Smartest
Resort Hotel. Bright cabana beach
with direct-frora-room bathing . . .
cool ocean decks . . . sea water
baths ... a choice of sports.
Tariff — from $5.SO Single,
S’) Double. Also
WILLIAM MALAMUT, Managing Dimctor
IN PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS
Take your family— by train, plane, ©r auto —ond rom*
down1 We'll moke you* vocotion a revelot«on . pfeosont
ond goy os long os you i»oy
Doily Concerts by artists el the Philo Orchestra • Restricted Beach •
Bathing from Rooms • Lunch m bothing attire on out open o>r Dmmg Ter*
*oce • Sports, Doncmg. Entertainment • Social Director • Gome Room •
Kindergarten • Suptrb French Cu>tme _ ^
!_ — RATES FOR ROOM. BATH Jk MEALS *6.50
A* in—the Seaton
for Surf and Sun
Health from the sea —sun-tan
from above—a score of whole
some family features —exclu
sive beach and cabana colony
— cool oceanfront decks — sea
water in all baths — tempting
menus —interesting rates.
5r( Sail for
ATLANTIC CITY |
. Son Won- Pool... Stock
\ Batkin*... Sea W«tt*«
\ Botkt... Dentin*—Loot*
\ Moynoti 4 HI* Morton
.Codon • ■ ■ Writ* ftM
\ tnodcoou r*t<j|i;
\ ood ktockuto.
H0 LM HURST
Oa Pietureauoe Penmylranla Ave.
Anrnnd Hotel From Boardwalk
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
INCLUDINO ALL MEALS
BATHINI FROM HOTEL FRER PARKING
Capacity Mi C. W. STITOR, Pus.
KENTUCKY AVE.. 4th FROM BEACH
Famous for It* Table for 30 Years
NEW- AND MODERN. PRIVATE BATHS.
Elevator to Street. Bathina Prom Hotel.
PRIVATE LOCKERS. PHONE 4-0931.
$3*50up DAILY,$20 up WEEKLY
A. HEALY. OWNER AND MANAGER
D^L Kentucky Are. Near Beach
IN A ROOM
’ ^ with
150 rooms . . . 100 vfith ocean view
• • • rtataurant . dancinf . . .
batbinf and parkinf . . . special
weekly rates . . . writs for booklet.
SPECIAL SUNDAY TO THURSDAY RATE
EVERETT L. CORE. Man soar
Center of Summer
Oar Specialty U
American A European Plant
Eugene twilkey, mpr.
» Delightful Location—Al the
£•'*" » Eatensne leans
Bathing-Casino privileges Spe
cial weekly rates American
* European plans.
IT Si UP DAILY I a so DAILY
W|«| Meal! 4 Eure a a Plan
FAMOUS GRILL GARAGE
Vk|l«l« A«t.. j.it •« Inch t StMl I lir. $ fulfil
ftrtk. iltntfr, frtt totk'p. latiiU rum, lananprlao
*"• "'w. *125 if fly. Ml. bat I,
*2.00 if. Spaa. tip. baftlat. Ilikar. loa.-Bpt.
Ocean End—Sooth Carolina Are.
$1 Daily; $2.50 with Meals
Elevator. Bar. Grille. Danelni. Bathinr.
1*0 Rooms. Spaeiona Parch. Meals
Served Continuously from 8 A M. to A P.M
9 to 17 > CEPPCIA AU. *2.30 Dally.
*17.50 Weakly, loeliftoi Cxrelloot Healt
Batklu Park io«. Pkaae 4-9294. Cap. 250
(RERUN CMkTXANEL, Mpr.
is* S- Kentucky Ave., Near Ocean
European Plan (A up Per
Every Boom with Rath ft Perpon
TABOR INN Ocean end Connecticut
... Ave Same quality
table maintained. *3.00 UP DAILY)
SPECIAL WEEKLY Abo European Plan.
Ownership Manatement. I P. k A M Dunn
Rooma. *1.00 np day. Running water. Priv.
Bath. Bathinr Privilege*. WM. LAIRD. Prop
FURNISHED OCEAN-FRONT APARTMENTS
—5 or S rooma and bath. Reasonable for
month or aeaaon. GEO. PENNINGTON
SAO0 Boardwalk. j»
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
From Tuesdoy to Friday,
July 9, 10, 11 and 12,
Mr. R. E. EVANS, of
Hotel Dennis staff, will
be ot The Mayflower to
quote rotes and assist you
with your summer vaca
WALTER J. IUZIY, Iw.
WAim j. iuziy, wc. J
i, VACATION in
Leave sweltering street*
behind, and dash to the cool*
ness of the Seaside Hotel.
Here the shore, food, and
service are at their best.
Enjoy a dip in the ocean,
beach-lathe from your room,
doze under a beach umbrella.
Enjoy the Surf n Sand Room.
Luxurious living at moderate
rates. Make reservations today.
PPM 'ii * »
Friday to j
\ * r°C‘„, ®°'M \/w«ITI»0*
\ S»°*° P«ckL——' *IJI»VA»IOM*
P \ “fir«d.' *»» me
p : vnrrTTTni
if rAeV7! H k l! I i I
Ottrietkmt Ocean at Ilimeu A w.
NEW • FIREPROOF
SPECIAL JULY RATE
WEEKLY FOR TWO C*A
ROOM, BATH, MEALS 0 § tf
ATTRACTIVE DAILY RATES
Daily Concerts <fr Dances
OCEAN BATHING FROM HOTEL.
Fetter b Hollinger, Inc.
AT YOUR SERVICE!
For e cool, complete
summer — distinctive
guest rooms, colorful
beach, sea view decks.
Rates. European Plan
FAMOUS SHELBURNE GRILL
Paul Arniwalde, Mgr
! AN CWTIPk BLOCAONTMK BOAWOWAUH
I Environment Socially Desirable
o«in d|n Yillo
Room* • UIV Building.
Kentucky Ave . Overlookinc Boardwalk and
Ocean New Modern. Room and bath
Excellent Meals Included
Rates From $22.50 Weekly
Rooms With Rath, $27..Ml I d Weekly
Roof Sun-Deck. Open Porches.
Every Recreational Feature Orchestra.
DANCING. JOHN J. OBRIEN. MGR.
KENTUCKY AVE, NEAR REACH j*
t: aj, r^nw I
g* ^B Poroeo Por*B«i
I' WITH MEAL* ’ na PARKIN* : j
Bathtac Wrack X. A. Johnaoa •: 1
Cer. Atlantic & Massachusetts A*es.
Roam* With RunrAnc Water RA
or Bath*. Bathinc from r1 evil
Hotel. Free Garace. From | Daily
S. Thurber, Prop.
VIRGINIA AVENUE—NEAR STEEL PIER
S3-*. S|7*50wkiy. 3E
EUROPEAN RATE ON REQUEST
"Where Particular People Concrecate"
C. V. MORTIMER. Owner and Met
fkmn /ocated on Meautifui
EL4jj|iB Pennsylvania Avenu*
U 1 * PflL __***’_AWT|C CITY
S. Carelina At. nr. Beach. Europ. plan
run. water. 11.00 UP. Free bathinc Prtr.
toil, or bath; alio ainc. rmt. A. L. Trecler.
Tenn. Ave. at Bearpwalk. Brick conitruc
tlen. Ocean view room*. Euree. Plan. Batee
rnat Reitaurant-Taproem. L. B. Pollock.
Parkinc. Daily SI np. Special weekly. Row
nine water all reomi. Bathinp priTileeto.
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