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Changes in New Bill
On D. C. Incorporation
Invited by McCarran
.terming tne Districts incorpora
tion laws an "antiquated hodge
podge,” Chairman McCarran of the
Senate Judiciary Committe yes
terday introduced a bill to “mod
ernize, strengthen and simplify” the
whole setup.
He asked that members of the
District Bar make a thorough study
of the measure and suggest any
criticisms or changes that appeared
desirable. His bill, he said, was
the result of two years of study by
District Bar Association committees
and others and on which he had
checks made by "the best authori
ties.”
Tightens Controls.
According to reports to Senator
McCarran, the District corporation
statutes t now are so deficient in
some respects and so outmoded in
others that “few” other than non
profit organizations will incorporate
here.
The new bill, Senator McCarran’s
advisers said, was designed to
tighten District controls over pro
posed incorporation or dissolution
of concerns chartered here, in the
interest of providing better safe
guards for the public, stockholders
and the corporation themselves.
The bill, which has been re
ferred to the Senate Judiciary Com
mittee for consideration, would
create under the Board of Commis
sioners an office of Commissioner
of Corporations, whose chief would
be named by the city heads. Also,
it would outline “the whole pro
cedure” for the Incorporation of
concerns here, as well as defining
the rights of shareholders and the
liabilities of corporation officers and
directors.
Some Corporations Excepted.
Tt would not apply to non-profit
educational or civic organizations,
nor to banks, building and loan
associations or Insurance companies
which are covered by other regula
tory laws.
If adopted the measure would
bring some additional revenues to
the District although this would be
incidental since the bill Is not a
tax measure, advisers to Senator
McCarran said. ,
One District official ssid some
features of the present laws here
"drive away” corporations which
plan to operate here and might
otherwise be incorporated under
District laws. These are said to In
clude a provision that no corpora
tion papers may be recorded here
until all the original stock has been
subscribed for and until cash pay
ments totaling 10 per cent have been
made.
Senator McCarran said he did not
plan to seek action on the bill at
this Congress, but hoped that public
study of the bill would be concluded
before next January.
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white and absorbent
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—Plain and Self-Rising—
The Flour Situation
You are hearing over the radio and read
ing in the newspapers of the very critical food
conditions—directly affecting the production of
flour.
It has reached a state that is serious.
The flour that will be available in the suc
ceeding weeks is largely confined to the limited
stocks of wheat and flour on hand. When they
are exhausted it means waiting for the new
harvest.
Enriched Washington Flour is in the same
predicament as all the others—perhaps a little
more so, for ENRICHED WASHINGTON FLOUR
is made of just one growth of wheat-—the one
which makes it the ideal Family Flour.
We are doing everything humanly possible
—and shall continue to do so, following closely
the Government's requirements. We should
all heed the warning and waste less bread. It
will make a wonderful difference.
In the meantime conserve your ENRICHED
WASHINGTON FLOUR—make it go as far as
possible.
Faithfully yours,
Wilkins-Rogers Milling Co.
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Pan American Program
Series Closes Sunday
The showing of motion pictures of
Latin America will bring to a close
the season's Pan American Union
Sunday afternoon programs at 3:30
p.m. Sunday ip the Hall of the
Americas.
Hereafter the Pan American
Union building will be closed on
Sunday afternoons, but the gardens
will remain open for the summer.
Next Sunday’s movies will include
scenes of Yucatan, ruins of Mayan
Indians. Haiti, Venezuela, the west
coast of South America and Pata
gonia. The building will be open
from 3 to 6 p.m.
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Prof. Kersf Forecasts
Benefits From Betatron
jrrui. uuuaiu w. nersi oi me uni
versity of Illinois last night ex
plained to the George Washington
University chapter of Sigma Xi, na
tional scientific society, the possi
bilities of the betatron, a machine
that creates cosmic ray effects in
the laboratory.
In 1940, Prof. Kerst produced
2,300,000 volts. Later he developed
a 20.000.000-volt machine and is now
building a betatron to produce more
than 250,000.000 volts.
The speaker foresaw the possbility I
of building betatrons with even,
higher energies, although there are I
limits set by science to the size they
may go, he said.
nillVU5 UJC IWOOiWIULITO ailUU^tttCU
by Prof. Kerst for the betatron are:
Better study of the atom, permitting j
laboratory study of instruments that
formerly had to be sent into the
stratosphere and cancer treatment, j
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TAY-KOF
W ashing
Powder
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