Secretary Enlists Aid of
C. U. Law Dean to Save
Charlotte E. Hunter, secretary of
the Harriet Tubman Aid for the
Blind, Inc., will appear before Judge
Aukum in Municipal Court tomorrow
In an effort to save the undertaking
that represents an investment of
thousands of dollars and five years’
work without salary.
In a petition filed in the court the
D. H. Johnson Co., agents for Arville
J. Thoma, claimed the institution
owed $380 rental. This claim is de
nied in an affidavit filed by Miss
Hunter in which she claims that all
rent has been paid up to last Octo
ber. when the rental of $45 for the
month was tendered to the company
»nd was refused without explanation.
The case was called yesterday, but
was continued until tomorrow to give
attorneys for Miss Hunter time in
which to file new briefs. She is be
ing represented by the firm of Toomey
The real estate company, as agent,
Is seeking to evict the blind institu
tion from the property it now occu
pies at 1416 Eleventh street.
The property originally was the pri
vate residence of Miss Hunter. Last
year the home was wrested from her
by the foreclosure of a mortgage. She
leased the property from the Thoma
Interests after losing it and has op
erated since by paying rent, she claims.
Miss Hunter, a retired colored school
teacher, claims to have donated $15,
000 of her private fortune and that
other thousands of dollars have been
Contributed by outstanding citizens..
Vincent Toomey, dean of the law
Cchool at Catholic University, is ex
pected to argue the case. Prof. Kelly
Miller, former dean of Howard Uni
versity. is president of the blind aid
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF.
Dinner. Transportation ClUb, Ral
eigh Hotel, 7 p.m.
Dance. Virginia State Society, Wil
lard Hotel, 9 p.m.
Meeting, Thirteen Club, Willard Ho
tel, 8 p.m.
Dinner, Federation of Business Men,
Lafayette Hotel, 6:30 p.m.
Card party and dance, Columbia
Chapter, No. 15, O. E. S., Wardman
Park Hotel, 9 p.m.
Bingo party, Ladies’ Fraternity,
Third Order of St. Francis. Monastery
Hall, Fourteenth and Quincy streets
northeast, 8:30 p.m.
Meeting, Washington Academy of
Sciences and Philosophical Society of
Washington, Cosmos Club, 8:15 pm.
Minstrel, Columbia Post, American
Legion, Masonic Hall, Fourteenth and
U streets southeast, 8 p.m.
Card and bungo party, Sacred Heart
Parish Hall, Sixteenth street and Park
road, 8:30 p.m.
Dance, Silver Spring Lions Club,
Mayflower Hotel, 10 pm.
Dance, Southeast Community Cen
ter, Buchanan School, 8:30 p.m.
Dinner and bingo, Hope Chapter, No.
80. O. E. S.. Stansbury Hall, 5835
Georgia avenue, 5 and 8 p.m.
Dance, Resettlement Lodge, No. 206,
American Federation of Government
Employes, Kennedy-Warren Apart
ments, 9 p.m.
Dinner, University of Missouri
Alumni Association, Mayflower Hotel,
Dance, Eastern High School Cadet
Alumni Officers’ Club, 2407 Minnesota
avenue southeast, 9 p.m.
Dance, Langley Community Center,
First and T streets northeast, 8:30
Dance, Chevy Chase Community
Center, Ben Murch School, 8:30 p.m.
Oyster supper, Holy Name School,
Dance, Harmony Chapter, No. 40,
O. E. S., roadmoor Hotel, 9 p.m.
Dance, New York State Society,
Bhoreham Hotel, 9 p.m.
Dance, Trinity College, Mayflower
Hotel, 8 p.m.
NANCY ANN BURKE,
5-month-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Anthony Burke, Takoma Park,
Md., v.ho won first prize in a baby
show for infants up to 6 months of
age at United Food Stores’ annual
exposition in Calvert Hall.
—Star Staff Photo.
William E. Thomas, 22. 324 18th st. n.e.,
and Ethel M Loehr 22. 1323 Somerset
pi.: Rev. H. E Cramer.
Freddie Corums. 24, 2216 11th st.. and
Ruth S. Lee, 21, 2034 17th st.; Rev.
K. W. Roy.
Ralph D. Snoddy. 23. Clay Center, Nebr.,
and Anna M Madiean. 25, 47 Girard
st, n.e.; Rev. M. J. Riordan.
Walter A Taylor. 22. Ballston. Va.. and
Virginia M. Sine. 23. Edinburg. Va.;
Rev J. H. Hollinger.
Lee C. Corbett, 68. 535 Cedar st.. and
Caroline L. Phillips. 53. Brookings.
S pak.; Rev. W C. Gordon.
James R. Pierce, 25. 607 O st and Viola
E Davis. 27. 1513 R st.; Rev. J. E.
William M. Shiflett, 23. 727 7th st. s.w.,
and Viola B Harding. 20, 821 G st.
s.w.: Rev J. E Briggs.
Charles Francavilla. 28. Bristol Conn.,
and Prances R. Colella. 27, 7512 14th
st.: Rev. J S. Spence.
Pete Troy, 30. and Bessie Price. 31, both
-of 1320 8th st.: Rev. I. N. Gooch.
Stephen J Frank. 24. 1338 Shepherd st.
n.e, and Helen C. Murray 22. 25!*
Tennessee ave. n.e.; Rev, E. J. A.
Paul E. Blocher 27. 1342 Gallatin st,. and
Dorothy M Forsberg, 26. 4007 14th st.;
Rev. J J. Queally.
Jack W. Shalitt. 33. and Dorothy L. Hig
gins. 30, both of New York City; Judge
R. E. Mattingly.
Albert G. Dean 27. Norbeth. Pa, and
Effle O Wade, 27, Corcoran cts.; Rev.
J. H Taylor.
William F Edlen. 41 40 C st. s.e, and
Catherine Brown. 32. 14 14th st. s.e.!
Rev. H. F Graebenstein.
John M. Fisher. 30. Seat Pleasant. Md„
and Frances C. Norton. 22. Mt. Rainier,
Md.; Judge R. E. Mattingly.
Ernest W. Carpenter. 27, 1663 Montello
ave. n.e, and Catherine Gross. 28. 1014
Columbia rd.: Rev. Alphonsus O'Reilly.
Francis R. Cummings. 28. 1808 Eye st,
and Violet L. J. G. Maitland, 20, 1302
18th st.; Rev. E. L. Buckey.
UPHELD BY MAYORS
Local Self-Government Uninjured
by New Program,
Local self-government has not been
injured by the great increase in Fed
eral activities under the New Deal and
remains the Nation’s “greatest bul
wark against Fascism,” according to
the United States Conference of
The conference’s opinion was de
rived from a recently completed sur
vey of Federal-city relations, particu
larly in the fields of finance, credit,
public works and relief. Authors of
the survey were Paul V. Betters, exec
utive director of the organization, J.
Kerwin Williams and Sherwood L.
"Our Federal Government,” they
declared, “has shown no signs of
taking advantage of the depression to
expand its powers at the expense of
State and local self-government. True,
the States were ‘short-circuited* by
the new Washington policy of dealing
directly with the cities in some in
stances, but no attempt was made to
supplant the States in dealings with
the localities. None of the new Fed
eral-city relationships has trespassed
upon city charters, State laws or State
The survey predicted Federal-city
contacts would not vanish with the
return of business prosperity.
Singer Born in Lieben.
Mme. Ernestine Schumann-Helnk
was born in 1861 at Lieben, near
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By C. E. GRIMES of Pa.
The largest home-dressed retail poultry dealer in the East is offering ■
a treat to the people of Washington, D. C., and vicinity—a full line
of home-dressed Stewing, Baking and Frying Chickens, also Turkeys
and Ducks cleaned, ready for the pon—and j
All parts of cut up chickens at the following prices: i
Stewing -,b 38c Springers -40c
LEGS and BREAST- »>■ 48c LEGS and BREASTS 50c
WINGS_«*• 30c WINGS_i". 30c
BACKS_ib. 20c BACKS_ib. 20c
LIVERS_'b 60c GIZZARDS_'b. 35c
New Center Market, 5th and K Sts. NT.W.
Seventh and O Sts. Market.
Give Grimes’ fresh dressed poultry a trial and be convinced.
works wonders /
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VyrHY pay high prices for food? MilR
\\ Here's a square meal for 3 w&l i
hungry people that costs only a MBS
And what a meal! Fine, fresh cod §1B||
and new Maine potatoes. Seasoned, ^§p§
blended and ready to fry. mB)
Shape into small balls. Pop in
deep, hot fat. Serve sizzling hot. v V
Then bite into those crisp, plump V* I
morsels! How good! How nourish- ' * x l
ing, too. And now quick and easy * ]
and economical! Get several cans » I
at your grocer’s today. — / ||
FREE! 90 economical, appetizing and nourish* a
ing ways to serve fish. Send for "Delicious Fish
Dishes." Gonon-Pew Fisheries, Gloucester.Mass.
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FIRSTS IN YOUR SERVICE
You do not hove to go out marketing your food needs if you do not feel like it.
Right in your neighborhood there is a UNITED FOOD STORE fully stocked with the
highest quality merchandise at the lowest market prices. This store is operated by an
experienced food merchant who will gladly take your order by telephone, and deliver it
to you promptly.
This service is free. Take advantage of it.
WEEK END SPECIALS
LIBBY’S JUMBO PEAS ..... 2 — 31c
LOG CABIN SYRUP -.-■ - 21c
PEANUT BUTTER Schindlers. _ _ . 2,b *" 27c
z PURE PRESERVES.2 b - 29c
CHERRY PRESERVES.2 b »' 27c
“RITZ” Uneeda Bakers - - - Pkg. 21 c
LIBBY’S pXTCORN.2 — 25c
BANQUET0,2T TEA . . • b 21c « b 41c
FLAKO 'fjg*-.2 ~ 23c
HERSHEY'S COCOA.2 1 - — 23c
BAKER’S Premium CHOCOLATE * ,b-bar 15c I
Campfire MARSHMALLOWS ... - *■ 17c I
c"“s SOUPS..2 — 25c
EXCEPT CLAM CHOWDER
ROCK GREEK GINGER ALE 3 * ** 25c -■>
CIDER VINEGAR m„„', _ . _ 8c « 12c
Del Monte ,b 26c
Wilkins - - ,b- 27c
Oriento - - ,b 29c
Yellow Bog ,b- 23c
Vacuum Packed in Glass
?4 18c 14 ,b- 35c
J.S0HR PITTED CHERRIES
Both for 39c
WELCH’S GRAPE JUICE
1— 3-o* JAR MARACHINO CHERRIES
Both for 25c
Grape Nuts_p*g- 18c »
Post Toasties 2 p*gs- 15c l
Ricekrispies .2 m* 21c
Wheatena_p*g- 23c *
Your Cereal Will Totte Better
When Served With
CREAM or MILK
(The 100% Washington Dairy)
SOLD AT ALL
UNITED FOOD STORES
GOLD MEDAL KITCHEN TESTED
FLOUR 12- 55'
| QUALITY MEATS!
FANCY, STEER HOME DRESSED
RIB ROAST pORK loin
Choice Cut ROAST
■b 27c 27c
Chuck Roast-lb 21c
; Skinless Franks - -,b 25c
Veal Roast-lb 23c
Sliced Bacon-lb 35c
Royal Pork-lb 35c
GENUINE SPRING SALT WATER
LEG of LAMB OYSTERS
Cut From tbe Finest Small Lamb
_ STANDARD ,t 49c
lb. i # C SELECTS_«t 65c
* , FRESH FILLET OF 70
HADDOCK - . _ lb.
1 FRUITS & VEGETABLES |
ICEBERG I “T. IE~..
2 15« 2 15'
Maine Potatoes-10 lbs 25c
Sound Yellow Onions - . 3 ,bs 13c j
Idaho Baking Potatoes - 5 lbs 18c S
GREEN* Broccoli - - - - lge. bunch 15c I
skin Fla. Grapefruit - - 3 ,or 19c
Fancy Florida Peas-3 ,bs 23c
Fancy Stayman Apples, 4 lbs 19c |
FANCY, U. S No. 1 SWEET, JUICY
w . i . | FLORIDA
3 a 10c 12 43‘
FANCY CALIFORNIA JUICY *gj
LEMONS I Zc
GOOD QUALITY—LOWEST PRICE THIS SEASON
3 can* 25c
3 can* 25c
» a ^ C. TOILET
2 roii* 9C
BRING YOUR COUPON AND GET A ROir
L m* WITH each purchase
PROCTER & GAMBLE
Camay Soap bar 5c I
P&G L,s™dry 3«k"13c
Oxydol Large . _ 22c
Oxydol Small 2 P^8S 17c
OK Soap cakes 10c I
Ivory Snow - 2 Pk*»- 25c
Laundry Soap - - --2 bars 9c
Soap Powder.2 ^ 9c
Cleanser..2 c4ns 9c
4 oz. Bottle 21c 12 oz. Bottle 41c ;
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