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Some Words About Waistlines; News From Along Party Row AH, THOSE WAISTLINES!—Women aren’t the only ones who have waistline problems. Washington's Senator Henry M. Jackson seems to be watching his calories. One day last week the Senator’s lunch consisted of a fruit salad and a big bowl of yogurt with honey. Got this idea from Sena tor Fulbright, he says, who introduced him to yogurt about four months ago. One gentleman who doesn’t worry about his waistline is District Commissioner Renah Camalier. While most people have “three square meals a day,” the Commissioner says he has the equivalent of four or five, what with all the functions a Commissioner must attend. How’s his waistline? Says it hasn’t changed a bit since he became Commissioner. * * * * TENNIS ANYONE?—The White House squirrels may have their worries when the Democrats get back into 1600 Pennsylvania avenue. Today, it’s golf balls, but at least two Democratic presidential possibilities are 9 Mr. Cantailer tennis fans. Adlai Stevenson is a fan, and New Jersey’s Gov. Robert B. Meyner is doing as much to popularize tennis in New Jersey as the President is to popularize golf nationally. Gov. Meyner is Quite a polished performer on the tennis courts, and recently spent much time on his game during a vacation in Del Ray, Fla. His longtime partner is Maj. Gen. Edward Rose, former head of the New Jersey Department of Defense. So far as the squirrels are concerned, though, the blow from a tennis ball is a bit softer than that from a golf ball. * * * * DANCERS ON THE TABLES—Dinner guests at the Luxem bourg Legation exclaim over the miniature Bugaku dancers Mine. Le Gallais uses as a centerpiece. Hughes Le Gallais. Luxembourg Minister, collected these treasures on a business trip to Japan before coming to Washington. The dolls are dressed in exact reproductions of costumes worn at the imperial court of Japan 800 years ago. Mme. Le Gallais says it takes one hour to set up the table for a dinner party. Candle sticks are fashioned from sake containers over 300 years old. * * * * PARENTAL PROBLEM—Robert A. Wal lace, staff director of the Senate Banking Committee, managed to get away from the stock market inquiry one night last week in time to lead a discussion on another vital front. “Peaceful Co-existence With More Than One Child” was the topic which kept a panel swapping poirtkrs for almost two hours at a parents' meeting of the Beverley Hills Church Preschool in nearby Virginia. Moderator Wallace qualified as an expert, not only in investigative matters but as the father of three, the youngest of which arrived only two weeks ago. Incidentally, the newcomer was named Douglas for his father’s former boss. Senator Paul Douglas of Illinois. * * * * HEARD AROUND TOWN—A new magazine for service families will make its debut in August. A digestlike monthly, it will be published by Comdr. G. Lincoln Rockwell, USNR (in active i, and w’ill be “aimed exclusively at service waves and othei women who must maintain a mobile home.’’ . . . News comes from Paris that the famous gargoyles of Notre Dame Cathedral have just come back from a figurative trip to the dentist. Seems the delicate limestone of which they’re composed has corroded over the years. To remedy the situation, authorities in charge of the cathedral had the cavities “filled” with specially molded stone inlays—just in time for the spring crop of tourists. . . . Did you know that there is now a Princess Margaret Beach in Jamaica? Named after the pretty British Princess, of course. * * * » WRITER, TOO—Nancy Kefauver, who is quite active as an artist, has turned author in the current issue of a nationally known woman's magazine. Her article is entitled “Mrs. Sena tor," and contains the following story: “I think the only time 1 ever faintly yearned for abolition ot the democratic processes was once when a large, determined woman, who ivas very much in favor of Estes for President, descended on us in a hotel re ception room. “First she seised Estes’ hand with a bone-crushing grip. Estes didn't mind: he was in condition from months of hand shaking and has iron fingers anyhow. But then she hurled herself at me. "The onslaught pulled me off ' balance, and we went down in a heap. Fortunately for my husband’s campaign, I landed on the bottom and cushioned the lady constituent’s fall." i ■' > | \ ... because you love their quiet look of l|jL J|f | I elegance, their infallible ability to add distinction \ N Igp | j 1 to every costume .. . because you can count on marvelous | custom-like fit—make Florsheims your choice for Easter. * nSw ■ jfoy if j sff A. Red, avocado, navy or black calf. * Jep ” fl blovy, red or Twenty Karat tan coif; block patent. dSy 'g/ £ E. Twenty Karat ton calf. ApslSis Other Women's Florsheims, 14.95 antMtigher OPEN A CONVENIENT CHARGE . - c . . . .... . . ... ACCOUNT WHICH MAY BE I 14th G Som6 Styles Silver Spring, Md, USED AT ALL HAHN STORES ‘Open to 9 daily With the State Societies By Roy Kaltwasser This week is all cherry blos soms. The conference will hold its big reception and dance Wednesday in the Congres sional and Presidential Ball rooms of the Statler Hotel. Each State will have an of ficial table for its princess and her party. The reception for the princess will begin at 9 p.m. Tickets for the dance, lim ited to 1,000, are still avail able at the Willard Hotel and at Abbey Personnel, 1338 I street N.W. They will also be sold at the door. Master of ceremonies at the ball will be Mark Evans of WTOP radio-TV and the music will be by Sidney and his or chestra ** * * Pretty Mary Martin Davis of Georgia, an honor student at Randolph-Macon College, will be absolutely the last Stsfte princess crowned for the fes tival. Mary is the daughter of Rep resentative James C. Davis. She will be crowned by Sen ator Walter F. George at 9:30 p.m Saturday at the Shore ham Hotel. If everything goes perfectly for Georgia she may become a queen first and then a prin cess (The big spin of the fes m erica’s Oldest Jewellersssssesss: QJu For Little Men and Little Women Sterling silver tableware, perfectly adapted for tihy hands. Our complete selection of always fine silver is worth seeing now. Child’s Cup, $8.50; Porringer, SIO.OO Boby Spoon ond Fork Set, $6.00 Prices include Federal lax Store Houri: 9:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Galt &• Bro. JEWELLERS >nd SILVERSMITHS <O7 THIRTEENTH STREET Mme. Le Gallais tival wheel of fortune comes on Friday.) Guests of the Georgia ball will include servicemen. Con gressmen and members of the U. S. Naval Academy. The West Virginia Society will hold a “Capitol Brunch” in honor of Princess Jenny Lee Kessel, a Charleston school teacher. The brunch will be at 9:30 a.m. Saturday in the District Committee hearing room of the Capitol. Princess J6dy Folson will preside at North Dakota's Spring Dance and Reception at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Dodge Hotel. Jody is the North Dakota Potato Queen. “Nodaks” promise she will be greeted by their "biggest party ever.” Vermonters will honor their princess, Louise Olney, of Proctor, Vt., at a reception at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Room 457 of the Senate Office Building. In the receiving line will be Senators Aiken and Flanders and Representative Prouty. New Fur Detail A lingerie touch on your fur jacket is new. A Paris design er shows a navy mole jacket, barrel-shaped, with embroid ered linen collar and cuffs. I Jm —Harris-Ewing Photo MRS. WALTER F. 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