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. coats ... some with *ip-in linings. cuffs, collars, stoles and fur throw
Princess line dress styles and ties. Many styles and colors
full-cut casual coats in deep tex- Juniors, misses, women’s and half
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styles plus wool and or- and rayon plaid, and slim print pajamas in sturdy,!
lon, nylon and rayon gabardine skirts. Sizes washable cotton,
crepe blouses, i qq 32 to 38 in the i qq Sizes 32 to 40 in i m
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j Ruling Promised Soon
I On Ward Election Setup
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CHICAGO, Jan. 21. Circuit |
Judge Harry M. Fisher promised
to rule “before vary long” on a j
point which looms large in a
battle for control of Montgomery
! Ward Co.
The question Judge Fisher
must decide is whether the big
i merchandising firm's current
method of electing directors to
staggered terms violates the
; Illinois constitution.
Louis E Wolf son, 42-year-old j
Florida financier who has bought
large blocks of IJPard *toek 1111(1 j
seeks to wrest control of the
company from Chairman Sewell
j L. Avery, contends the system is
; The management of Mr. Avery
;says it isn’t.
I Judge Fisher took Mr. Wolf-
I son’s suit under advisement yes
jterday after 2Vi hours of oral
arguments by opposing attorneys.
1 Under the present election sys-
Bill Urges Charter
For Mental Aid Group
1 A congressional charter for the
i Foundation for Community Aid:
to Mental Patients, with head-;
; quarters in Alexandria, is pro-;
i posed in a bill introduced in the!
House yesterday by Represents -
. tive Broyhill, Republican, of Vlr- ’
Objectives of the organization,
as defined in the bUI are to pro- j
! mote the welfare of mental pa-;
! ttints. The Foundation may "re- i
ceive and administer funds in the |
assistance and-or rehabilitation
j of the mentally and emotionally
i ill.” It also is to strive “to raise
the standard of care afforded |
mentally ill patients in Btate andj
tem, Ward stockholders on April
23 would elect only three mem
bers to the nine-man board. That
being the case, Mr. Wolf son
might win three places on the
board and still not gain control.
Mr. Wolf son contends that, un
der the constitution, aU nine
board memberships must go up
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ir Rayon crepes, rayon taffetas \ 1
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Women s and Misses J , ... \A
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A All the newest fabrics and
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Nylon and wool siipon and cardigan sweater* Bg l t f _»
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Federal hospital* and taetttu
“I am is entire accord with the
objectives of this organisation,”
said Mr. Broyhill. “and I am sure
that it merits and will receive
I the support of the vast majority
of the people of America.”
Founder and president of the
j organisation is Miss Frida Rel
cher, a sculptress who lives at
Wellington Villa, south of Alex
The Foundation was incorpo
; rated in Virginia as a non-profit
: organisation last September. An
! other officer is John Webb, treas
| urer, who was Mr. Broyhill’s
Democratic opponent in the last
; congressional election from Vir
ginia’s 10th District. Other of
; fleers are Henry V. Crockett, vice
i president, and Mrs. Charles B.
1 Cutta, secretary.
i Violent Homecoming
FORT WORTH. Tex. OP).
Mrs. Mamie Hutto. 35. went to
the hospital for slight injuries
when her husband came home
with a bang. A truck knocked
his automobile into the living
room as he started to turn into
Hew 'Rotfchufe' Enables
High-Speed Supply Drops
By tfc. h.aaciaWH htw
J The Marine Corps has (Us
closed development of a “roto-,
, chute” for pin-point supply
' drops from tow-flying, high-,
‘ speed planes, which gives it an '
E advantage • over conventional
The rotochute resembles a I
. small helicopter without an en
. gine. Two rotor blades are at
,! tached to a hub which is fas
| tened to a receptacle that holds
j the load to be dropped,
t j The rotochute and container;
. are released in a manner similar
. to dropping a bomb. As It leaves
, the plane, the two rotor blades
of the chute start rotating and
the load comes to earth slowly.
The announcement said that
planes can get below the effec
tive range of large caliber anti- j
.; aircraft fire and drop the roto
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