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Reserve District No. 5.—
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
Morris Plan Bank
Of Washington, in the District of Columbia,
at the close of business on June 29. 194n.
Published in response to call made by
Comptroller of the Currency, under Section
6211. U. S. Revised Statutes.
ASSETS.
1. Loans and discounts (in
cluding $579.79 over
drafts) _ $3,690,705.92
5. United States Govern
ment obligations, direct
and guaranteed 67.500.00
6. Cash, balances with other
banks, including reserve
balance, and cash Hems
in process of collection 768.310.36
7. Furniture and fixtures
$56450 98 _ 66.450.98
11. Other assets_ 4.577.31
12. Total assets_.$4,577,544.57
LIABILITIES.
13. Demand deposits of indi
viduals. partnerships, and
corporations __ $890,240.37
14. Time deposits of Indi
viduals. partnerships, and
corporations _ 2.670.542.87
17. Deposits of banks 45.000.00
18. Other deposits (certified
and cashier's checks, etc.) 39.258.89
19. Total
deposits $3,645,040.13
23. Other liabilities_ $157,513,45
24. Total liabilities _$3,802,553.58
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS.
£5. Capital stock: I
<a> Class A preferred, i
total par $2*0.000.00;
retirable value $253.- •
750.00. i Rate of divi- y 600.000.00
dends on retirable I
value is 4.18'e). _ |
<cl Common stock. |
total par $250.000.00J
E« Surplus _ 117.000.00
E7. Undivided profits _ _ 101.469.03
E8. Reserves (and retirement
account for preferred
dtock) _ 5fi.62I.flfi
IP. Total capital accounts $774,900.99
BO. Total liabilities and
capital accounts_$4,577,544.57
MEMORANDA.
fl. Pledged assets (book value!:
(ci Assets pledged for
purposes other than to
secure liabilities_S26.000.00
(ei Total __ _$20,000.00
District of Columbia. City of Washington,
ss:
I. V. WALTON RHINE. Asst. Vice-Presi
dent of the above-named bank, do solemnly
gwear that the above statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
V. WALTON RHINE
Asst. Vice-Prcs.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this
6th day of July. 1940
(seal I WILLIAM R. SCHMUCKER.
Notary Public.
Commission expires Sept. 1, 1944.
Correct—Attest:
WILLARD G. BARKER.
W CAMERON BURTON.
EDWIN A. MOOERS.
Directors.
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WHERE POPULATION NEARS MILLION—This map of Washington, four nearby counties and
the city of Alexandria, shows the area which has reached 962,742 in the 1940 census. Figures
indicate both 1930 and 1940 census returns.
Census Bureau Aids
Defense Program
With Industrial Data
Tabulation of Facts
Will Show Conditions
In 37 Key Industries
To give the National Defense
Commission a more complete pic
ture of the Nation's basic resources
the Census Bureau will speed the
tabulation of data for 37 key in
dustries, Secretary of Commerce
Hopkins announced yesterday.
As field agents send to Washing
ton the 1940 schedules on Ameri
can manufacturing, the Census Bu
reau will maintain day-to-day totals
for these industries, showing com
parisons between 1939 and 1937 as
to the number of plants of each
type, wage earners and value of |
products. These tabulations will be '
available to the National Defense j
Commission on a few hours’ notice, j
‘Among the industries for which
the tabulation of data will be speed
ed up are iron and steel, petroleum
products, rubber, motor vehicles, !
aircraft and shipbuilding plants, ;
food, textiles, machine tools, ma
chinery and surgical and medical
instruments and supplies. Returns
from other industires less directly
related to defense will be analyzed
as soon as possible after the pre- ,
ferred group.
Works at Full Speed.
The Census Bureau is working at ;
full speed on the returns of the I
1940 census of population. The first
facts to be tabulated include the
total number of persons, their sex, j
their age groupings, the number who
are employed workers and where
these are located. After these facts
have been gathered from the re
turns. census tabulators will analyze
the Nation's labor force.
Workers fall into 12 broad classifi
cations, as follows: Professional,
semi-professional, farmers and farm j
managers, proprietors, managers and
officials; clerical, sales and kindred
workers; craftsmen, foremen, and i
skilled workers; operatives, such as
semi-skilled workers and machine
tenders; domestic servants, other
service workers, including policemen
and firemen; farm laborers and
foremen, unpaid family farm work
ers and laborers, except farm labor
ers. Figures for these groups will
be presented for each county in the
United States.
The decennial census of mines and
quarries will also furnish valuable
information for the Defense Com
mission. Acording to the Census
Bureau 90 per cent of the raw ma
terials covered by this canvass are
i used either directly or indirectly
by the Nation's basic industries.
Farm Figures Coming.
Tabulation of the returns from
the 1940 farm census are also being
speeded up. This census will reveal
the facts on the production of food
stuffs, farm labor and the location
of farm population.
Many key-industries are now de
manding proof of age and place of
birth from their workers. Until re
cently, only about 15 per cent of
requests for proof of age received by
the Census Bureau came from job
seekers. The greater part of such
requests had to do with old-age pen
sions. Now, more than 50 per cent
of current requests are from those
seeking work.
Since birth registration was not
general in the United States prior
to 1915, thousands of Americans are
unable to secure official proof of age
except throbgh census records. Last
week the Census Bureau received
2,200 requests for proof of age.
Barrymore Blackboard
Saves Studio $25,000
By the Associated Press.
HOLLYWOOD, July 6 —That lit
tle blackboard John Barrymore uses
as a prompter for forgotten lines has
saved his studio $25,000.
Twentieth Century-Fox said It
would complete the Barrymore pic
ture, “The Great Profile,” Monday
night, five days ahead of schedule
at a $25,000 saving. Said a press
agent:
"John wasn't late once, there were
no displays of temperament and—
thanks to the blackboard—there
were no miscues.”
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How Washington
Grew From 1810
To 1940
1810 . 8.208
1820 . 13.247
1830 . 18.825
1840 . 23.364
1850 . 40,001
1860 . 61.122
1870 . 109.199
1880 . 147.293
1890 . 188.932
1900 . 278.718
1910 . 331.069
1920 . 437.571
1930 . 486.869
1940 . 663,153
Census
(Continued From First Page.1_
be shown as somewhat larger when
the counting is finished.
Many other results will be forth
coming from the 1940 census, taken
as of April 1, when the population
division completes its tabulation, it
was explained. These reports will
include breakdowns of the popula
tion figures to show ages, color, sex,
place of birth, occupation, income
and other items. It is unlikely,
however, that any of these schedules
will be ready before sometime in
the fall.
Area Manager Brown reported for
the District of Columbia; Thomas
E. Jones, for Prince Georges County;
Hugh M. Frampton, for Montgomery
County, and reports were filed in
his absence for William A. C. Pettit
for the other jurisdictions. *
“Metropolitan Area" Not Computed.
The section for which census fig
ures were made public last night
should not be confused with the so
called “metropolitan area" around
Washington, it was emphasized by
census officials. The “metropolital
area’’ is much smaller than the four
counties surrounding Washington.
Whether census figures will be com
puted for it later depends on avail
able appropriations, it was ex
plained.
Several sections of Washington
showed increases according to Area
Manager Brown. These included
parts of the Southeast, such as
Randall Highlands. Sixteenth street
extended, the Petworth section east
of Georgia avenue to the Maryland
line, the American University area,
and Connecticut avenue near Mary
land. including Chevy Chase, D. C.
Decreases, however, he said had
been shown in some sections where
the Government had razed residen
tial structures to make way for new
Federal office buildings. These in
cluded the Southwest section of the
city, and the so-called Northwest
rectangle in the area of the Naval
Hospital and gas plant.
Texas Delays Willkie
Non-Partisan Club
Bj the Associated Press.
DALLAS, July 6.—Eighty Texas
Democrats and Republicans decided
at a meeting today to delay form
ing a non-partisan Willkie-for-Pres
ident Club until after the Demo
cratic National Convention.
Marshall Kennady, Fort Worth
Republican chairman, suggested the
fight in Texas for the Republican
presidential nominee could be waged
best after the Democrats had se
lected a candidate.
The group originally had planned
to organize the club today.
Merrick Boys4 Camp
To Open Tomorrow
More than 80 boys have signed
up for the Merrick Boys’ Camp,
which opens tomorrow. The camp
grounds, buildings and swimming
beach are in shape for the campers.
A total of 325 boys will attend during
the season, which closes September
2. Each boy is permitted to remain
two weeks.
Included on the staff and coun
selors are Gerry Stang, Pete Sachon,
Julius Stanges and Freddy Bach, all
Catholic University football players.
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A sweeping clearance of Authentic Lanstyle quality bedroom, living room and dining room suites, occasional pieces,
lamps, rugs, etc., all drastically reduced for immediate clearaway . . . items subject to prior sale . . . and many
cannot be replaced when sold. No phone or C. 0. D. orders accepted. All items one-of-a-kind unless other
wise specified. i — ■1 ■ 1 ■ . .
$34.75 Simmons tcsy R2
Twin Studio Couch *2(X
$22.75 Solid
Maple Kneehole $ 1 CT.71
Desk 1 °
$6.95 Walnut Finish t*\ a i
Occasional Rocker
$2.19 Walnut
Magazine Rack %/&C
$44.50 Rayon
Brocatelle Barrel £Oi?./3
Chair ^ **
$7.95 Round Plate
Glass Mirror. $/j.92
Size 24x24 *
$39.75 Mahogany t e ao
Kneehole Bar Desk J 2*
$22.50 Tapeatry
Covered Lounge $ 1 /f.86
Chair * '
$39.75 Modern
Walnut Dreaaer, $ 1 Q.67
Round Mirror ■* ^
$39.75 Modern
Walnut Vanity $ 1 Q.67
Round Mirror * **
$24.50 Walnut Droplid t * s* n
Detk; 3 Drawer a * £ Q*
f4 only)
$22.78 Solid Maple
Cape Cod $11
Colonial Rocker ■*
$1.49 Walnut Finiah
End Table
(21 to aell) *
$20.00 Coil Spring
Glider, Water $ 1 A >84
Repellent Cover ■* *
$22.78 Mahogany
Flame Top Poat Bed, $Q 91
Twin Size (1 only) ^
$22.75 Green Moire oc
Boudoir Chair $Q'9o
$24.50 2-Pc. Red and
White Steel Porch
Set, Water Repellent $ 1 /f.96
Cuahion * *
$59.75 18th Cent.
Mhgy. Conaole Table $0Q.56
Mirrored Back “ ^
$16.75 Modern Ivory
and Chrome $£*.92
Torchiere "
$7.95 Tuckaway
Canvaa Folding Cota $ 1.98
(7 only) *
$29.75 Walnut « *
Hoateaa Cart, Sample * £ 2 ***
$12.75 Swediah
Modern Wheat $ C.61
End Table ^
$16.75 Swediih
Modern Wheat $*7.89
Lamp Table *
$33.50 Ivory Floor
Lamp, Onyx Bate, $0.99
Silk Shade °
\
$9.50 Rattan Coffee t _ aa
Table (2 only) . *2"
' $19.00 Carved Oak Q0
Hall Chair *9
$175 2-Pc. MODERN GENUINE
MOHAIR LIVING ROOM SUITE
An outstanding value . . . massive modern design
living room suite with honeytone mahogany base,
covered in 100‘S. genuine mohair. Guaranteed sag
less construction . . . reversible spring cushions.
Consists of sofa and chair to match. Just 4 suites
to sell.
Open a J. L. Budget Account ^
LIVING ROOM SUITES REDUCED
Was Now
3-pc; Rattan Living Room Suite_75.00 52.40
2- pc. 18th Century mahogany tapestry Living Room_129 00 96.00
3- pc. Solid oak tapestry covered Living Room Suite_140 00 98.40
2-pc. Kroehler made Living Room, boucle upholstery_140 00 99.50
2-pc. Figured tapestry Kroehler Living Room Suite_130 00 95.12
2-pc. Solid Mahogany 18th Century Suite, Boucle cover.. 145 00 108.00
2-pc. Kroehler made Mohair covered Living Room_160 00 118.70
2-pc. French custom made suite, embossed brocatelle._245 00 179.50
2- pc. Feudal ook carved frame suite, Burgundy mohair__275 00 199.60
BEDROOM SUITES REDUCED
‘sj ^Vas • N*w
3- pc. Solid maple Bedroom Suite, bed, chest, drejser—__ 58 Oo 38.49
3-pc. Mahogany 18th Century Bedroom Suite_98 00 56.62
3- pc. Modern walnut Bedroom, choice dresser or vanity. 119.00 72.00
4- pc. Bleached mahogany 18th Century Bedroom_190 00 139.00
4-pc. Burl walnut waterfall front Bedroom, round mirrors.225 00 166.00
4-pc. Solid mahogany Bedroom, 18th Century design__.239.00 186.00
DINING ROOM SUITES REDUCED
/ Was Now”
10-pc. Federal crotch mahogany Dining Room Suite... .245.00 186.50
7-pc. Mahogany Dinette Set, oval table, breakfront
china-160 00 116.72
6- pc. Mahogany finish Dinette Set, buffet, table, 4
chairs -■_- 98 00 64.80
10-pc. 18th Century walnut Dining Room Suite ... -169.00 124.00
7- pc. 18th Century mahogany Dinette Suite. -149.00 106.00
10-pc. Duncan Phyfe Dining Room, mahogany finish_ 150.00 106.00
10-pc. Modern Walnut Dining Room Suite, 2 to sell_130 00 97.00
7-pc. 18th Century Mahogany Dinette Set . . -149.00 97.50
10-pc. Swedish modern Dining Room, bleached ma
mahogany _ 160.00 118.00
Miscellaneous Items Reduced
Was Now
Mahogany finish Poster Beds, all sizes_ 7.00 4.49
Simmons helical tied Coil Springs (60 only)_10.95 5.79
Solid rock maple Spool Bed, twin size_ 27 00 14.97
Mahogany 54-inch Buffet- 36 75 16.62
All unfinished furniture now_One Half Price
Coil Spring Folding Cot and Mattress_32 50 18.62
Modern walnut Vanity, round mirrors_ - 44.50 19.86
Solid Mahogany Virginia Sofa . __ -69.50 56.39
Solid maple Cricket Chair_ 6.95 4.77
Chrome and black metal Smokers (18 only)_ 1 50 98c
Solid Mahogany Virginia Sofa_ 95.00 73.00
Solid Mahogany Chinese Chippendale Sofa_109.00 69.00
Solid Maple Wing Chair.._ 17.75 9.49
Burl Walnut Cocktail Table_ 7.50 3.98
Mahogany 18th Century Glass Tray Coffee Table. 7.00 3.98
Walnut Lamp Table_ 13 50 5.00
Mahogany Colonial Platform Rocker_ 24.75 16.10
Crotch Mahogany Duncan Phyfe Drum Table_ 24.75 15.99
18th Century Solid Mahogany 3-Tier Table_ 25.75 15.00
Summer Rugs, 27x54; One of a Kind_ 3.95 1.48
Solid Mahogany Blue Damask Tuxedo Sofa_109.00 64.18
Walnut Celerette, Complete Equipped__ 40 00 18.29
5-pc. Solid Maple Dinette Set_ 24.75 17.76
5-Pc. Solid Oak Breakfast Set_17.50 '11.61
Mahogany Fiddle Back Chairs___ 3.50 1.48
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<~7umiture R| Company
909 r STREET, NORTHWEST

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