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THOMAS SUITE 1050-1052 WASHINGTON BUILDING Corner Ν. Y. Avenue end 15th St. N.W. NA. 9562 Experienced Advertisers Prefer Tke Six Reynolds, With ί ι To Navigate His Ε Milton Reynolds, the pen manu § facturer, sets out from Mew York ■ at 12:01 am. Saturday on a round | the-world flight against the better I judgment of the president of the g company, Franklin Lamb. But, since Mr. Reynolds owns 85 per cent of the stock and Mr. Lamb only 15 per cent, there is little the latter can do about it. "I get air sick," Mr. Lamb said yesterday at a luncheon arranged in the Hotel Statler for the press, several Government officials and air attaches of several countries at which Mr. Reynolds will make stops. "Once Milt makes up his mind, there's no stopping him. Milt doesn't,, believe in doing things half way,'*! Mr. Lamb said with obvious pride. "He wants to halve the record of Howard Hughes, who made it in 91 hours and 14 minutes back in 1938." I 'That's pretty fast flying" one 3 aviation expert observed with a I trace of skepticism. f Flight Must Be Certified. During » lull In the conversation, « wire service aviation writer ex plained to a reporter that the man on his left was from the National Aeronautics Association. He said the association, which must certify the flight to the Federation Aéro nautique Internationale, didnt know a thing about the trip until yesterday. The man from the aviation group said Mr. Reynolds was coming to Washington tomorrow to work out the intricate details of certifica tion at each of the stops—Paris, Cairo, Karachi, Shanghai, Tokyo and Anchorage, Alaska. The table talk shifted to pens. Somebody wanted to know why the Reynolds pen is the subject of so many jokes by professional gag sters. "That," said Mr. Lamb, "is simple. We send them pens every week." Thurman Arnold, former Court of Appeals justice here and more recently attorney for the pen firm in litigation against a rival com pany, commented that if Mr. Reyn olds is forced down over the ocean, he should have a good opportunity to prove his product writes under water. * Some one noted the plans call for only Mr. Reynolds, a pilot and engineer to make the flight in an A-26 twin-engine ex-Army bomber. He wanted to know who was to be the navigator. "Weil," said Mr. Lamb, "Milt Is going to do the navigating. You know he's flown the Atlantic nine times, and he holds the flying rec ord for businessmen." Lunch was delayed nearly half House Fund Deposits Insurance Ordered The House Sergeant-at-Arms was armed v.ith Congressional authority today to insure his office further against theft, misplacement or "mysterious unexplainable disap pearance" of funds left on deposit by House members. A $140,000 shortage found earlier this year In accounts of the banking section of that office led to the in dictment of former Sergeant-at Arms Kenneth Romney on charges of filing false reports and otherwise concealing the condition of funds In the office. Romney Is scheduled to go on trial this month in Dis trict Court here. On motion of Chairman Le Compte of the Committee on House Administration, the House gave im mediate passage yesterday to his resolution allowing the present Ser geant-at-Arms, William P. Russell, to "protect the funds" of his office by purchasing $150,000 insurance. The protection, according to the LeCompte bill. Is against loss from "dishonesty of employes, Interior burglary and robbery, messenger service, forgery, misplacement, mys terious unexplainable disappearance and destruction." Gen. Wilson Resigns From Posts With TWA ly th· Associated Press KANSAS CITY, April 2.—Trans World Airline announced today the resignation of Maj. Gen. Arthur R. Wilson as a vice president and Euro pean director of the airline. ί Gen. Wilson, a veteran of botl World Wars, has served TWA as t vice president and as its European director for more than a year with headquarters in Paris. 1! ) Ocean Flights; ; World Τ rip m hour when Mr. Reynolds tele phoned from Chicago. Mr. Laml talked with him for some time ;hen introduced several of the at caches and finally turned arouni » the remaining guests with: "An; >ne U^e to talk with Mr. Reynolds? Nearly every one present took ι burn at the phone. Each guest was presented a pel find V copy of Mr. Reynolds' la tes look, called "Rocketing Round thi SVorld." Its subtitle is "Fasten You Safety Belt." Mr. Lamb wrote th< foreword. "It's just a coincidence that thi look is published the week Milt i making his flight," Mr. Lamb volun teered. * . 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