i GROUP IS LOYAL
Backs Roosevelt, Indicating
Fight With Talmadge for
S7 th« Associated Presa.
ATLANTA, October 9.—Gov. Eugene
Talmadge. foe of the national ad
ministration, face* a fight with mem
ber* of the Georgia congressional del
egation If he tries to win the State’s
Democratic convention votes away
from President Roosevelt In 1938.
Mentioned as a possible contestant
for the Democratic presidential nom
ination against Mr. Roosevelt, Tal
madge Is In the North speaking In
criticism of the President's policies.
The Georgia delegation made plain
Its position yesterday at a meeting
at which It pledged support to the
President and expressed the convic
tion he would be renominated and re
After the meeting, at which the
delegation laid plans for a welcome
celebration for the President when he
speaks here Thanksgiving week, in
dividual members went even further
In their expressions of loyalty.
Senator Richard B. Russell. Jr., ex
pressing belief that the President
would be re-elected, said he would
support Mr. Roosevelt actively should
the need arise In this State.
Senator Walter ». George, who pre
sided at the meeting 'at which Tal
madge was left off the Thanksgiving
week program, said he believed no
campaign would be needed In behalf
of Mr. Roosevelt In Georgia, because
of "widespread support" manifest for
Representative Owen said he was
of the opinion that there would be
"no contest” In this State.
"All over the State,” he said,
“there has been a great uprising of
the people In favor of Franklin D.
Roosevelt, I do not believe they will
soon forget what he has done for
Similar views were expressed by
Representatives Dean, Ramspeck and
IN SUMMITT PARK
Delegates and Alternates Are
Appointed to Southeast Com
William J. Smith was re-elected
president of the Summltt Park Citi
zens’ Association last night at a meet
ing held at the home of George Mar
shall. 3703 Bangor street southeast.
Other officers elected were D. 8.
Fisher, first vice president; W. J.
Thornhill, second vice president; Mrs.
Verda Layton, treasurer; Miss Veron
ica Cox. secretary, and Charles Hall,
President Smith appointed Mrs.
George Marshall and U. 8. Fisher del
egates to the Southeast Community
Council and J. 8. Da via and W. J.
Smith alternates. The delegates to
the Federation of Cltiaens’ Associa
tions will be elected at the next meet
The association sent communica
tions to the District Commissioners
urging the placing of suitable street
signs In the community and no-dump
ing signs along Sultland road and
Thirty-eighth street. They also asked
that banks along Sultland road be
tween Bangor and Thirty-sixth streets
be cut away as they obstruct the view
of the motorist, forming a traffic hai
SUNDAY LIQUOR AD
Becoming1 Offensive to Public,
Distillers Are Told by
Br the Associated Press.
Liquor distillers were urged yester
day to “refrain from advertising on
Sunday” in a letter from James M.
Doran, administrator of Distilled
Writing that he sensed "a rising
opinion against what I believe is be
coming offensive to the public, that
Is, excessive advertising of liquor, both
In the daily press and the periodicals,”
Doran said in his letter that he
planned to bring the matter up for
discussion at the next executive meet
ing of the Institute.
Hearings before the new Federal
Alcohol Administration to draw up
rules for the regulation of liquor ad
vertising were expected to open the
latter part of this month.
METALLURGIST, 71, DIES
Harold N. Spicer Engaged in
Work in All Parts of World.
NEW YORK, October 9 (JP).—Harold
Norman Spicer, 71, noted metallurgist,
died yesterday at his home.
A member of the first expedition of
White men to traverse the continent of
Australia from East to West, Spicer
had engaged in metallurgical work in
nearly every part of the world. He
was director of the Dorr Engineering
BACKS SCHOOL PLANS
Sixth Division, P.-T. A., Indorses
The Sixth Division Parent-Teacher
Association has offered its co-opera
tion to Mrs. Marlon Wade Doyle, pres
ident of the Board of Education, on
the proposed new school building pro
gram, Mr*. Mabel Hubbel, divisional
representative, announced yesterday.
This ration was taken at a con
ference of the sixth division pres
idents held In the Ludlow School to
make plans for the year. At the
conference 31 schools in the north
east section were represented. Quests
included Mrs. O. Hankins. State pro
gram chairman; Mrs. O. Goodwin,
State membership chairman, and Mrs.
Walter C. Jones, second vtce pres
ident. Mrs. Florence Rogers, sixth
division supervisor, congratulated the
division on Its work.
LITTLE JACK HORNER
SAT IN A CORNER
Ann RATING A URGE PIICI 01M
HI STUCK IN HIS THUMB,
AND PULLED OUT ATOM,
(WHICH HE ALWAYS MPT IN HIS VEST \
POCKET POt JUST SUCH EMERGENCIES /
A ZILLIONS now know the smart thing b to
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exit of the body inert Pleasant to eat as candy.
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$1 A WEEK BUYS
The two-tub washer and
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1239 G STREET Cor. 13th N.W.
East Washington Heights Citi
zens Appoint Delegates to Con
fer With Utilities Body.
In an effort to secure free transfer
privileges from busses to street cars
to all section* of the city, the Bast
Washington Heights Citizens’ Associa
tion last night appointed representa
tives to present a petition at the rest
meeting of the Public Utilities Com*
Resident transferring from the
Washington Heights busses to street
cars can now ride only to Eleventh
street and Pennsylvania avenue with
out paying more than one fare. C. E.
Robbins and W. W. Brown were
named to appear before the commis
Safety pledges of The Star 8afety
Council were distributed and all car
driving members signed.
A letter was directed sent to the Dis
.trlct Engineer Department requesting
that gravel be placed in front of
neighborhood stores and the Bradbury
Height* Methodist Church because of
the mud resulting from heavy rains.
Delegates to the Southeast Council
of Citizens' Associations were re
elected. They are J. H. Welkal and
In the absence of the president, C.
H. Baumbach, the vies president, C.
A. Jones, presided.
Cattle Cart Padded.
To prevent bruising of the animals,
the inside of cattle cars of the govern
ment railways in South Africa will be
FAMILY CROSSES NATION
IN $12 AUTOMOBILE
Californian, Wife and Six Chil
dren Sleep on Ground Part of
Time in Seeking New Start.
By the Associated Press.
HANCOCK POINT, Me., October 9.
—A 4,000-mile trek from San Diego,
Calif., to a little farm from which
they hope to gain a living ended yei
terday with the arrival here of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Feldman and their
Inability to And enough work in
California, where his efforts pur
chased but food and clothing for his
family, prompted Feldman to bring
his family East when a relative, Fred
Kelley, of this town Informed him of
the possibility of working a farm here.
The Feldmans arrived In the $12
antique automobile which Feldman
purchased three weeks ago before leav
ing San Diego. The Feldmans trav
eled by day, sleeping sometimes In
police stations, often on the ground,
but generally bundled together In the
Their food supply consisted of 250
quart* of preserve* and vegetables
when they left California. This gone,
the boys gathered a gunnysaclc of ap
ples in Pennsylvania. The apples
lasted until the family reached Maine.
But the Feldmans were happy when
they reached here.
and all lormt of Iniuranct
J. Blaise de Sibour & Co.
1700 Eye St N W. NAtl. «673
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of SO. ,9
Choice of Dutch Mitteri. SI Producto.
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The handy, eco
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Choice of White 0*1. Phillies.
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Mammoth, Paper Shell PECANS
This is an extraordinarily low
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You can easily break the shells by
pressing two together in the palm
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them for a while to come—they
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50c Squibb, 4 ounce*.43c
$1.50 Patch*, pint..$1.29
50c Patch*, 4 ounces-45c
$1.00 Peoples, pint-69c
75c Meads Dextri
75c Mellins Food-63c
95c Lactogen, pound-72c
$1.00 Horiicks Malted Milk .75c
40c Fletchers Castoria-28c
35c Graham Infant
Peoples Lime Water, pint—15c
Graham Catnip and Fennel 35c
65c BiSoDol Antacid_44c
75c Acidine -63c
75c Cal-Bis-Ma _63c
75c Haleys C. T. C.-69c
50c Phillips Milk of
25c Anacin Tablets-17c
60c Bromo Seltzer-40c
75c Bayer Aspirin-59c
35c Harpers Headache
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50c Iodex ..-39c
50c Poilam -38c
60c Retinol _40e
50c Unguentine, tube-42c
75c Baume Ben-Gay-50c
$1.60 Zonite __70c
75cWampoles Boa Sol-65c
$1.00 S. T. 37_89c
75c Ibteriae, witfc free
65c Misfol.. 56c
50c Vapex Ephedrinated_45c
Keys __ 35c
50c Vicks Va-tro-nol_39c
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50c Dame Nature_45c
60c Campanas Italian Balm 50c
50c Hinds Honey, Almond
Cream with dispenser.. 39c
25c Jergens _21c
40c Squibb _33c
50c Iodent _34c
40c Listerins _33c
50c Admiracion Olive Oil_45c
$1.00 Blondex _70c
50c Conti Castile_39c
50c Packers Tar_39c
25c Palmolive _23c
50c Wildroot _39c
35c Marchands Castile_32c
60c Danderine Hair Tonic..45c
40c Vaseline Hair Tonic_37c
75c Kreml Hair Tonic_69c
$1.00 Jeris Hair Tonic._69c
50c Vitaiis Hair Tonic_39c
$1.00 Mahdeen Hair Tonic..80c
65c D & R Cold_45c
60c Hoppers Creams_49c
50c Ingrams Milkweed_39c
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50c Molle, tube_36c
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25c Listerine_ 21c
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Moret, box of 250 _25c
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rived from Its use. Can be
lifted from base and
used as a hand lamp.
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