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TREATY DISKED De Valera Is Reported Ready for “Sacrifices” to Unite Nation. By the Associated Press. DUBLIN, June 8.—Possibility or a new Anglo-Irish treaty to iron out dif ferences over the oath of allegiance was mentioned among the many rumors which circulated here today over the outcome of the conference yesterday between President De Valera and two British cabinet members. United Ireland Sought. Officially, no hint was given either about the subjects discussed at the con ference. at which Great Britain was represented by J. M. Thomas, secretary for the Dominions, and Lord Halsham, secretary of state for war, or about the the progress made. The political dopesters had a free rein at guessing, and they used it, The rumor which concerned the possibility of a new treaty said President De Valera intimated a desire to amend the present treaty and declared his willingness to “make sacrifices'’ to se cure the incorporation of northern Ireland in the Free State, resulting in a united Ireland. Nothing was known definitely, how ever, except that De Valera would go to London Friday to continue the par leys there. Oath Brings Deadlock. In other quarters it was said yester day's meeting resulted in a complete [ deadlock, with De Valera insisting on ! abolishing the oath of allegiance and the annuity payments as well as de- , manding that Great Britain recognize the right of the Free State to deal with both these questions as it chooses. The more moderate observers, how ever. were biding their time and de pending on the London Conferences to produce whatever results are produced. SLOAN OUTLINES RECOVERY PROGRAM Stop Waste, Balance Budget and Go Home Are Steps Suggested for Congress. ~ By the Associated Press. NEW YORK, June 8.—Alfred P. Sloan, jr., president of General Motors Corporation, has given Congress this three-point program which, if adopted, he said, offered a "possibility of senti ment improving and business likewise.” 1. Stop waste; cut out every dollar Of unnecessary expenditure. 2. Raise Government income to the level of Government expense. 3. Then adjourn. The first two. he said, were “must,” \ addinc that it looks as if the second— balancing the budget—"was about ac complished.” DAVIS ISSUES APPEAL FOR DEMOCRATIC FUNDS Considers Completion of $1,500,000 Drive First Step to Success in November. By the Associated Press. NEW YORK, June 8.—Chairman John W Davis of the Democratic victory campaign, urged immediate help in a letter mailed to 20.000 residents of New York State Monday, and said party leaders consider completion of the $1, 500,000 victory fund to be "the first step to success in November.” He said 78.000 persons in all parts of the country had contributed to date because “they are convinced that we desperately need a President who will be a real leader.” What’s What and Where Attractions Soon to Be Seen in Washington Theaters Nothing seems to permanently disturb the poise and equanim ity of the National Capital, which. In the midst of news political calculated to cause stout hearts to tremble, nevertheless calmly prepares for a new week of for getfulness of its new-born threnody in the thrill of the theater and the fun of its counterpart. Men may work and women may weep, but Wnshing ton’s-endeavor goes on to mitigate their sorrow with the choice illusions of the theater and the screen, thrills to the marrow and laughter that brings on the aching sides to buoy up the hope that everybody may be happy yet. “The Ghost Train" By the National Flayers. <*rpHRILLS that cannot even be imagined" are promised, along with laughter, in the new topnoteh mystery play, “The Ghost Train,” which will occupy the talents of the Clifford Brooke. National Tneater Players during the new week, starting next Monday eve-; ning. Mark the j date, for it is June 13. "The Ghost1 Train” is said to "take up" where; other mystery thrillers "leave off.” It stirred blase New York for two full sea sons and staid old Boston for 24 weeks shortly aft erward. Here it will have the added attraction of Clif ford Brnoke. the players’ distinguished director, playing with them as the English detective— surely a treat that none will gainsay. There is a rumor, too, that "the boys out front.” which means the ushers,: doormen and "unseen actors” of the general working force, are to have a benefit Monday evening, and this of fers the opportunity to patrons of do ing a good deed whil* having a good time, if you get the idea. The play, however, stands on its own bottom as one of the most popular of mystery thrillers—and everybody’s hoping for a big turnout during the week. Gayety to Close This Saturday Night. AtANAGER JIMMY LAKE of the * Gayety announces that after a season which has not lacked its artistic successes and popular approval, the Gayety will close its burlesque season t Saturday evening of this week. . . . Lovely New York actress describes the plan she follows to keep her figure gloriously slander IF you want to be or keep slender start thisHellmannSlenderizingPlan at once ... as lovely Frances Williams advises. This is what you do. Substitute two de licious salads covaesd with Hellmann’s Mayonnaise every day for too many thick soups, and rich, fattening foods. Eat everything else that you want. And then see your youthful slenderness gradually return! Start the Hellmann Slenderizing Plan. Be sure to use Hellmann's Mayon naise. It contains the finest ingredients. Then double-whipped. At all grocers. “Forgotten Commandments” At Loew’s Fox, Starting Friday. “PORGOTTEN COMMANDMENTS.” a story of love and life in mod ern red Russia, will adorn the screen, and ”Parisienne,” a New York Capitol Sari Maritza. ■i neater presenta tion. the stage pro-f gram at Loew's Fox Theater during the ! new week starting Friday. The ad vance notice gives assurance that the screen story is in no sense political propaganda, but an intimate story of a country which has abandoned long-es tablished conven tions and customs for a new social system. The' cast includes Sari Ma ritza. Gene Ray mpnd, Marguerite Churchill and Irving Plchel. ”Paris ienne” has for a headliner Radclifle and Rogers and the comedy-dance team of King, King and King and in cludes other entertaining arts. “Is My Face Red?” Comes to Keith’s Friday. RICARDO CORTEZ, in a character ization of a columnist of vicious type, supported by Helen Twelvetrees, in "Is My Face Red?” will be the chiet screen attraction at the R-K-O Keith Theater starting Friday. It is a Radio Pictures production which purports to unfold the mystery of how one type of the modern columnist gathers his daily gossip, his methods, etc. ✓ Sinners in the Sun” For the Warner-Earle Saturday. UOINNERS IN THE SUN,” a Para ^ mount picture story of the prob lems, longings and temptations of an attractive working girl, will be the screen fare at the Warner-Earle. and Fiank Richardson, singing juvenile of "Sunny Side Up” and "Happy Days,” in new songs and stories, will headline the stage vaudeville, which also includes for the new week, starting Saturday, Mills, Kirk and Martin in melodies and fun: Easter and Hazleton. Ziegfeld's glorified dancing stars, assisted by Eddie Mc Kenna: Florence Spencer and the Con cert Singing Ensemble; Falls, Reading and Boyce and Maxine Doyle. Palace. Friday, "Merrily We (io lo Hell.” VF7ITH Sylvia Sidney and Frederic ” March as its stellar performers, | “Merrily We Go to Hel!,” the screen i offering at Loews Palace for the new week, starting Friday, is an adaptation Woodward &Lothrop 10™ 11™ F and G Streets New—for Women . .. 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It is a Paramount picture, the advance notice states, which was in tended for presentation last week, but which was postponed to permit an other week of Greta Garbo In "As You Desire Me.” “Strange Case of Clara Deane” At the Warner Metropolitan Friday. YJLfYNNE GIBSON, who flashed from ” the musical comedy stage into the talkies in "Nothing But the Truth” and "Ladies of the Big House,” will be the screen star at the Warner Metro politan Theater In “The Strange Case of Clara Deane,” “the poignant drama cf a woman who has the courage to sacrifice her own happiness for the welfare of her baby,” starting Friday of this week. It Is said to have a climax that “packs a heart wallop.” “Laff That Off” At Eastern High School, Friday. DON MULLALLY’S American com edy, "Laff That Off.” will be pre sented Friday evening of this week at 8:20 o’clock, In the Auditorium of East ern High School, by the East Wash ington Community Players as the last offering of their current season. It has been directed by Oeorge Finger, one of the high school players who has made good In the professional field and who, also, will have one of the roles In the play. Thomas Flnlawson will be the R. E. Morse of the cast: Hazen Shea, the Leo Mitchell, and Oeorge Spelvin the Mike Connelly, while three popular girls, Janet Walther, Mary Walter and Laura Barrett, will contribute Important characterizations. The East Washing ton Community Players, be It remem bered, won second honors In the 1932 District of Columbia one-act play tournament. Mrs. Frances Wilson Is Issuing guest cards for the performance at 633 Maryland avenue northeast to participants In the tournament plays. “While Part* Sleeps” Coming to Loew’s Colombia. “WHILE PARIS SLEEPS.” a Pox ” picture starring Victor McLaglen In the role of a man who Is sent to prison for life for a crime committed shortly after his decoration as one of the outstanding fighters of the World War, will follow the great Garbo In "Grand Hotel’’ at Loew’s Columbia Theater, starting Friday. Helen Mack and William Rothwell are seen In Its romantic roles. The production was directed by Allen Dwan and It will be exhibited under a new price policy at the Columbia. Glen Echo Park And the Banks of the River. A PLEASANT ride In the electric 'rv cars along the banks of the Poto mac to Glen Echo Park, with Its "57 varieties’’ of rides, funmakers and gen eral entertainment, will be found not only pleasant, but spiritually profitable during the warm days of a perfect June. 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