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FIVE MONTGOMERY COUNTY BILLS PASSED, GO TO GOVERNOR SPEED ELECTION RETURNS AIM OE MEASURE Districts of More Than 600 Inhabitants Divided Into Precincts; Loan Approved ANNAPOLIS, Md., March 21. Five Montgomery county bills, in troduced by the Democratic mem bers of the house delegation, met with approval in the State senate yesterday and are awaiting signa Cure of the governor. $30,000 Sought Under the terms of the first bill, $30,000 may be borrowed by the county to make good a deficit in the construction costs of the new police stations at Bethesda ind Silver Spring, while the sec ond bill provides a salary of sl,- 495 for a director of the Home Demonstration League in the counfy. All election districts of more than 600 inhabitants may be di vided into precincts of alpha betical order under the terms of a third bill. Attention was called to the fact that this would make election returns available much sooner than the present divisions. Additional constables in certain districts are provided for under another measure. Farm Loan Specified The fifth measure will permit a loan of $1,500 to the Montgom ery County Farm Bureau for ad vertising and aiding farmers in marketing their products. Public schools in Prince Georges county will be opened at night for all veterans’ associations desiring their use under a bill introduced in the house by Oliver Metzerott and accepted by the senate yes terday. Heretofore the American Legion was the only organization of this kind permitted use of school buildings. Annual Dog Trials Planned in Virginia WARRENTON, March 21.— The tenth annual amateur field trials of the National Field Trial Club of America will be held on the property of Mrs. A. B. Colbert, about four miles from Warrenton, April 9. Ernest C. Mead and Harry B. Mitchell of Richmond and Hern don, Va., will act as judges. At least 25 sportsmen from the East are expected to show and in addition a large number of puppies and dogs owned by Fauquier men will be entered. Entries close April 6. 500 Due to Attend Bible School Meet STAUNTON, Va.. March 21—It is expected that at least 500 dele gates will be present from the 120 Sunday schools of Lexington Pres bytery, which meets in Staunton at the First Presbyterian Church, for the Sunday School Institute. Tuesday and Wednesday, March 24 and 25. William Pancake is chairman on committee of religious educa tion; High McClue chairman of entertainment. Mrs. Joseph P. Ast and Mrs. Harry E. Baylor are committee for hospitality. Claims New Speedboat Record ■ |PP4E e B| y jfa r j 'K' te. «m ’’ K . • i , ' : • V; h«uF 4 Sq l -1 a : t> ’ W"' 1 wo. . x^i? Bl BF i wSSSSm 1 - lllll—l * * 111 : WHBHHBI GAR WOOD A NEW WORLD RECORD for a speedboat is claimed by Gar Wood, millionaire speedboat racer, who sent his boat at a 102-mile-an-hour clip on Indian Creek, near Miami. Will Debate Tonight at G. W. U. f fl f avABB a f ~v | Kflflß ‘1 st x ’ ■ sEEI EBB ® ■ KI K fl I I I ' : ..X —Times Staff Photo WHYTE ELIZABETH (Capt.) LOUISE HILDA STEVENS BEAN (Capt.) MEN DEBATERS from Carleton College, Northfield, Minn., will meet women debaters of George Washington University tonight at Stockton Hall. The picture shows: John Whyte, Miss Elizabeth Reeves, (Capt.); Miss Louise Falligant, Miss Hilda Haves, Stanley Stevens, and Atherton Bean (Capt.) TIN JUSTICE ASKED IN DILL ANNAPOLIS, March 21—A police justice for Takoma Park, to work in conjunction with police court authorities of Montgomery and Prince Georges counties, will supplant the justice of the peace system now used in that town, un der the te r ms of a bill introduced in the house of delegates yester day by Dr. George L. Edmonds, of Montgomery county. Under the terms of the bill, the new justice, if one is appointed, will have jurisdiction in both the Montgomery and Prince Georges sections of Takoma Park. His pay, however, will be supplied by the town and Montgomery county. The bill further provides that no fees may be collected by the justice and that his salary will amount to $2,100 per year. $1,500 of vhich will be paid by Mont gomery county. $2,500 FOR CORONER ANNAPOLIS. March 21—A bill providing for an increase in salary from SI,OOO to $2,500 an nually for the Baltimore automo bile coroner was introduced in the house yesterday. The meas ure would also authorize appoint ment of a member of the police department to act as clerk and investigator for the coroner. THE WASHINGTON TIMES Candidate to Refund 10 Per Cent of His Money to County FREDERICKSBURG, Va., March 21.—Taking the position that the holders of public sal aried offices should, to some ex tent, bear the burden of depres sion along with taxpayers. Wil ling Bowie, former Common wealth's attorney of Caroline, has announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for that office with the state ment that if elected he will re fund 10 per cent of his salary each year as a gift to the county. In making his announcement Mr. Bowie says that living con ditions have reduced and costs curtailed, and that elective of ficeholders and others through out the county could well af ford to assist taxpayers by ac cepting less money. Man Held as Hit-Run Driver in Auto Death CUMBERLAND, Md., March 21.—James W. Randall, 21, West .. ernport, is in jail here on charges of failure to stop after an acci dent in which Henry Harrison Warnick, 79. father of 11 chil . dren, was killed on the highway near Barton on the night of February 13. Randall, according to the authorities, confessed that it was his car that struck the aged man. 55,000 PLEDGED TD ORCHESTRA Establishment in Washington of the National Symphony Orches tra as a permanent musical or ganization is expected with the offer of William Jay Turner, well known Philadelphia lawyer, to donate $5,000 toward a mainte nance fund provided four similar pledges are made here. Mr. Turner's offer was made to Hans Kindler, who would be conductor of the symphony un der present plans of organization. Mr. Kindler has an international reputation as a cellist, and in late years has enjoyed wide popular ity as a conductor. Mr Turner was for many years vice president of the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra. No symphony orchestra has been known to be self-supporting. Therefore before any obligations can be assumed, it is necessary that a fund from which the dif ference between box office re ceipts and expenses may be paid must be donated. Mrs. Wilson-Greene, interna tionally known concert, would be manager of the symphony under plans which have been formu lated. Jury Fails to Indict D, C. Men in Slaying ROCKVILLE, Md., March 21. Charges of manslaughter against Henry W. McGuire. 29. and J. J. O’Brien, 26, both of Washington, who were arrested in connection with the death of Aarvi Nurmi, 26-year-old Department of Com merce clerk, who was found dead on the driveway of his Takoma Park home, the night of Novem ber 19. 1930, with an automatic revolver near by, were ignored yes terday in the report of the grand jury for Montgomery county, which returned 23 presentments in 26 cases. lowa State Alumni Hold Annual Dinner The National Capital Chapter of the Alumni Association of lowa State College held its annual din ner at the Burlington Hotel last night. Dr. C. W. Warburton, director of extension work, Department of Agriculture, spoke. L. R. Ender, of the Department of Agriculture, was re-elected president and Miss Catherine Ford, of the National Museum, secretary-treasurer. British Daughters Plan Chapter Here A local chapter of the Daugh ters of the British Empire in the United States is to be organized here by Mrs. Charles Dwyer, of the Connaught Chapter of the or ganization in Philadelphia. The society was founded in 1908 for the purpose of giving aid to British subjects in the United States. ■The National Daily ARLINGTONRDAD SNARL 1111 TEST LAIN Action to Dissolve Injunction Halting Lee Highway Work Seen as State Law Test ARLINGTON. Va., March 21. Review of the State Highway Commission’s power to build a road across private property, without first instituting condem nation proceedings, by the Vir ginia Court of Appeals loomed as a possible aftermath to the in junction granted Mrs. Virginia Van Every Thursday. The ip junction was issued to stop the State's convict force from work ing on her property until such a suit was entered. Plans Dissolution The possibility developed when Charles W. Pickett, attorney for the State Highway Commission, announced that he would file a motion for dissolution of the in junction today. The motion will bring to the court’s attention an option, given in 1925 to the Lee Boulevard Association by the late Mr. E. B. Van Every, and which contained a clause declaring the option void after 90 days. If the court fails to dissolve the injunction upon the strength of the option, it is understood that Mr. Pickett will ask that it be dissolved on the strength of a recent law enacted by the State legislature giving to the highway commission the right to build its roads across private property and. within a 60-day period, assess the land and dam age and deposit this amount with the circuit court. Deemed Unconstitutional When interviewed upon this point. Emory N. Hosmer, attorney for Mrs. Van Every, said that he considered this piece of legis lation unconstitutional and a vio lation of the clause providing that no man shall be deprived of his property without due pro cess of law. The hearing on the dissolu tion motion is scheduled for hearing today by Judge Walter T. McCarthy, in the Fairfax Cir cuit Court. Maryland Approves $72,033,599 Budget ANNAPOLIS. Marc. 21.—With out cutting a single item, the Senate yesterday approved Gov. Albert C. Ritchie’s $72,033,599.81 budget for the State for the fis cal years of 1932 and 1933. The Senate adopted by unani mous consent the favorable re port of the finance committee on the budget. Originally the bud get called for a total of $71,488.- 726.45 for the two years, but the supplemental budget, later sub mitted. asked for an additional $544,873.36. This was approved and added as an amendment to the original. Bride, 13, Groom, 17, Win Annulment HAGERSTOWN, Md., March 21. The runaway marriage of Janice Gerling, 13, and James Gorman, 17, both of this city, was an nulled in court today by Judge Frank G. Wagaman. who referred to the wedding as a foolish and childish prank. The young pair left Hagers town in an automobile January 30, were married later at Upper Marlboro, Md., and went to Flor ida, where they were located and brought home. Both testified the marriage was never consummated. Auto Responsibility Bill to Voted Upon ANNAPOLIS. Md., March 21. The automobile responsibility bill will be acted upon by the senate Monday night, following a favor able report on the measure by the senate judicial proceedings com mittee yesterday. The original bill has been amended slightly, one amendment widening the scope of the act and a second eliminating the power, given in the original bill to the motor vehicle commissioner, of re voking automobile licenses for causes arising outside of the State. SUNDAY MENU Served 12 to 10 Cream «f Needle Soup. Fruit Cup. Vegetable Soup. Tomato Juice Choice of Mlied Sea Feed A la Newberg Broiled Freeh Shad. Strip of Baren Broiled Lamb Cheat Breaded Veal Sweetbreads Castilian React Ribs of Beef Au Jus Hath Brown Potatoeo. Breen Peas Buttered Carrots, F. F. Potatoes Hearts of Lettuce. Russian Dressing Freeh Pineapple Sundae. Heme Made Plea er lee Cream Ginger Ale . T ” Milk Het Chocolate OTHER DINNERS 60c — $1 SATURDAY—MARCH 21—193 T I Bored by Social Whirl Hi a Ji |B ■< Hr -Jfl tBI fl r£l W" : ' EB / SB —Photo by Intern-..— MISS GERARD MISS SIMS TIRED of a life of luxury and the ceaseless functions of the social whirl, these New York girls obtained employ ment in a women’s wear shop. They are Miss Betty Gerard and Miss Martha Lee Sims. SENATE PROBER IN VIRGINIA RICHMOND. Va„ March 21.—E. N. Daniel, special counsel for the Senate campaign funds commit tee, was in Charlottesville, Va., this week in connection with the committee’s inquiry into the 1928 presidential activities of Bishop James Cannon. jr„ of the Metho dist Episcopal Church, South. Mr. Daniel, formerly a well known University of Virginia ath lete, said he could not disclose the exact nature of his visit, but admitted his connection with the investigation and said the cam paign activities of the Virginia bishop was the object of his examination. Burrell to Speak On Yorktown Fete RICHMOND, March 21.—An in vitation to members of all revolu tionary patriotic societies to meet March 24, in the hall of the house of delegates here, to discuss plans for the Yorktown Sesqui centennial, has been extended by Governor John Garland Pollard. The meeting will be held 3 p. m. Albert R. Rogers, director of celebration, and Percy J. Bur rell, who will be in charge of the historic pageant, will be the speakers. 24-HOUR Service DIRECTORY The Owl Ante Repair Service will attend to your automobile trouble any hour of the day or night. Abolish "Blue Monda>” with the Economy Laundry damp wash nervier ... 4c per pound. Work done with greateat of care. Summer will soon be here and boat owners who have era ft a that need attention will appreci ate the repair wervlces offered by Dean and Ragan. Get a Jump on apring; have your housecleaning done early . . . nee the services available under the heading of “Fainting, etc.” The moving weapon la here again. If you are moving from one aection of the city to an other, or leaving town. Grey Eagle Transfer can be of assist ance to yon . . . consult their service announcement. Money ... at reasonable rates for loan on automobiles can al ways be obtained from L. But ler. Complete information on three services as well as many other desirable "helps" is offered <n ths U-HOUR SERVICE DIRECTORY, published today M JAp Classified Section RUMI ENMESHES POLICEMAN UPPER MARLBORO, Md., March 21.—Testifying that he had only taken a wine glass full of medicine tonic five hours be fore his arrest by Prince Georges county police for a charge of drunkenness last Sunday morn ing, Hiram C. McDaniels, Wash ington policeman attached to the Fifth precinct, was fined SIOO for drunken driving. $25 on a charge of carrying concealed weapons and $1 for reckless driving in Police Court here yesterday. McDaniels was arrested by Po lice Chief Reuben Brown, of Brentwood, Md., after his car careened from the highway and through an iron barrier. Miss Pearl Cummings, his companion, was not held. MARRIAGE LICENSES ROCKVILLE, Md., March 21. Marriage licenses were issued here to Otho O. Swain. 29, of Potomac, Md., and Elsie May Virginia Lee. 21, of Frederick. Md., and John R. Thompson. 34, and Cora Lee Alewine, 21, both of Washington. SPECIAL , < ***& c--"* it?**? i ■Hi ■BKi HOME BARGAIN ♦ This detached home located in a good Northwest section, near Georgia Avenue and Rittenhouse, can be purchased to day at an exceptionally modest price . . . see details. Today In WASHINtrfONTIMES Classified Ads ALL BLUE LAWS IN MARYLAND ATTACKED Seventh Measure Is Offered to Abolish Sunday Closing; Defeat of Program Forecast ANNAPOLIS, March 21.—Con tending that all existing Mary land blue laws are obsolete, Dele gate McKenrich, of Baltimore, proposed a bill in the house yes terday which would repeal stat utes dealing with Sunday work, sales and amusements. McKenrich’s bill is the seventh piece of Sunday legislation of fered at this session. Although admitting that the measure prob ably has the sympathy of a majority of the delegates, pro ponents of the bill predict its failure due to the fact that the solid city delegation united yes terday to bring about the defeat of Heaps cattle-testing bill, strictly a county measure, which would have required the State to bear half of the expense of test ing cattle for tuberculosis after the herds had been certified free from the disease. 'Young Republicans' Nominate Officers Officers were named at a meet ing last night of the newly organ ized Young Repubican Group, af filiated with the National Capital Republican Club, as follows: Douglas Whitlock, president: Lawrence R. Ormiston, vice presi dent in charge of men, and Miss Allene Loveland, vice president in charge of women. Miss Helen Margaret Helmke. assistant secre tary of the National Capital Re [ publican Club, was appointed sec ■ retary. 1932 Garden Contest Plans Formulated Plans are being made by the George Washington Bicentennial garden committe for a price gar den contest to last over a two year period, it was announced today by C. Melvin Sharpe, chair man of the committee. Eleven silver trophies will be awarded to individuals and com munities developing the most beautiful gardens during the Bi centennial year. 1932. CITIZENS MEET MONDAY The Georgetown Citizens Asso ciation will meet in the Potomac Bank hall, Wisconsin Avenue and M Street Northwest, Monday at 8 p. m. r Dorit Neglect Your Kidneys Kidney Disorders Are Too Serious to Ignore. When' kidney irregularities, getting up at night and con stant backache keep you miser able,, don’t take chances! Help your 'kidneys at the first sign I of disorder. Use Doan’s Pills. ■ Successful for more than 50 ■ years. 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