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GROUP PROTESTS
LACK OF SEWERS
Washington Highlands Citi
zens’ Association Calls for
Action at Meeting.
Lack of sewers In the Washington
Highlands section of Southeast was
protested last night at a meeting of
the Highlands Citizens’ Association,
Which voted to ask the District Health
Department and the Engineer Com
missioner to remedy conditions exist
ing along the river.
Floods periodically ravage the ter
ritory and the inadequate sewage sys
tem leaves contaminated water ”in
the backyards” of the people, the as
aociation was told.
The association declared itself as
opposed to the business privilege tax
after hearing the levy explained by W.
W. Barnes. The association voted in
favor of substituting a luxury sales
tax.
The police of precinct No. 11 were
complimented, at the motion of Miss
Vera Barnes, for the efficient way in
which the traffic on Nichols avenue
was handled during recent construc
tion.
Officers elected by the association
for the coming year are M. T. Warren,
president; Mrs. R. R. Clark, first vice
president; Mrs. W. B. Love joy, second
vice president: Miss Barnes, secretary,
and Mrs. H. D. Butler, treasurer.
MISSION GUILD MAKES
CHRISTMAS GIFT BAGS
1,600 Will Be Made and Dis
tributed by Mrs. Roosevelt
to Poor Children.
The Woman’s Guild of the Central
Union Mission yesterday began mak
ing 1,600 fancy cretonne bags which
will be filled with Christmas toys and
gifts for children in Washington and
distributed by Mrs. Franklin D. Roose
velt the day before Christmas at
Loew’s Capitol Theater.
The work is expected to be finished

by Thanksgiving, according to Mrs.
William H. Ramsay, president of the
guild. When the bags are completed
the name and age of the child for
which they are Intended will be placed
on them, and they will be distributed
throughout the city to be filled.
Girls from the Children's Emergency
Home are assisting in making the
bags.
REACTION TO WINDSOR’S
ABDICATION DESCRIBED
Mrs. Georgette Bom Howard Tells
Audience English People Peel
He “Let Them Down."
s A belief the English people feel the
Duke of Windsor "let them down”
when he abdicated the throne was
expressed here yesterday by Mrs.
Qeorgette Ross Howard In speaking
before the Twentieth Century Club.
Recalling the days she spent in Lon
don during the coronation of King
George VI, Mrs. Howard said the
English did not resent Edward’s mar
rying Mrs. Simpson.
She described the gaily decorated
city, the coronation procession and
the colorful crowds that witnessed
the festivities.
Mi a. R. D. Stimson told the club
of the annual reception to be held
November 19 at the Washington Club
from 4 to 6 p.m.
A brief outline of the aims of the
Foundation for Americans of Mature
Age was given, by Mrs. Edith Mer
ritt. It was announced that Mrs.
Henry ^forgenthau, wife of the Sec
retary of the Treasury, will be the
principal speaker at the next meeting.
Mrs. Karl Fenning, president, pre
sided.
Police Accused of Death
Vnnce IV. Harrell (right, in dark suit, holdina hat), pre
ceded by wife, follows casket of 3-year-old son Charles at Miami
burial. Harrell said he was on way to get diphtheria medicine
that ivould have saved the boy’s life when police put him in jail
for auto theft investigation and refused to let him communicate
with family or physician. Police denied Harrell was held in
communicado and said he did not report child was gravely ill.
__—1Copyright, A. P. Wirephoto.
Important Notice! I
Guide to Art Appreciation Campaign |
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:j ■ ''OR readers to whom certain features of The Star's art cam- j I i
paign may not be clear, we present the following guide: I tj
j A The Star offers color reproductions of 48 famous paint- mT/
■ ings at nominal prices. They are released in sets of four a week j ■■
]j for 12 weeks.
The campaign is now in its fourth week. Sets No. 1,2 and 3, ji
already released, will remain available throughout the campaign. jj
Set No. 4 is the new release for this week. Succeeding groups
i may not be secured until they are released.
Secure your picture envelopes at The Star art booth, first
j floor, Star Building, or by mail, enclosing the amount of the quoted j
price.
Portfolio Certificates
|j On each envelope you will find a portfolio certificate. Clip j
j the certificate from the envelope each week. By turning in all
12 of them at the end of the campaign, you can get, free, a
collector s portfolio in which to keep the pictures.
If you want the portfolio NOW, you may get it by payment
of 39 cents. In exchange, you will receive a PORTFOLIO RECEIPT
,;! entitling you to the 12th picture set free of charge if you return ;
the receipt with the certificates from the first 11 sets
For MAILING the portfolio, there is an extra charge of 15
j] cents to cover handling and postage.
It is IMPORTANT that you SAVE these portfolio certificates. j
Lessons
There is NO EXTRA CHARGE whatsoever for the Lesson in
Art Appreciation which accompanies each set of the famous j
i| painting reproductions. I
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