' 6-HOUR SERVICE
WE TRADE OR REPAIR
YOUR OLD KODAK
Eastman Kodak Stores, Inc.
607 14th Street N.W.
—that will not stick to your
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609 C ST., N.W.
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Projectors for Sale
815 IOTH STREET. N.W_
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WE DO NOT SELL
We Specialize in 6-hour Film
COLUMBIA PHOTO SUPPLY
14>24 New York Ave. N.W.
An absolutely driverless
demonstration by Remote
Radio Control of the New
Packard Eight will be given
at 8:45 Saturday
morning, June 11th
A second demonstration will be
made at ||oo\er Field at 4 o'clock
Saturda'. when for the first time
in scientific histor' an automobile
I will he operated by Remote Radio
Control from a Packard Diesel
The public is invited to inspect
this car and its equipment at
leisure both before and after the
demonstration, at our showrooms,
which will remain open this week
until 10:3« p.m.
MOTOR CAR CO.
Connecticut at S
Shampooed RtUlCi $
them like new. A
Ruf and Carfict Cleaners Inc.
Rear 1221 22nd St. N.W.
'516 IT*STREET N.W.
OOKS style yoa
E. Morrison Paper Co.
_1009 Pa. Ave.
Bigger and letter Funeral*
At Half the I'sual Cost Are Done by
Largest in the City
A Whole Funeral for as
low as. ip tO
! j Phone or urite your Address.
We will send you a beautiful
catalogue of How We Do It.
►>v’ If your ryes are glv
' fng you trouble, stop
in for an examination
by a graduate optome
trist. If you ne**d
glasses we will make
tl*rm for you.
HI. A. Lttbt Optical Co.
614 9th St. N.W.
. _WHERE TO PINE._
Enchiladas, Tamales. Tortillas, Chile
Con Cp.rne. Prijoles Con Queso,
Arrox Con Polio, lluevos a Caballo
I u irhrons. 50c and 65c
Dinners. S5c and SI.00
1321 New York Ave. N.W.
1207 £ St. N.W. Never Closed
PARTY WILL SEEK
Michigan Expedition May De
termine if Glacial Period
Is Near End.
By the Associated Press.
ANNA RBOR, Mich., June 10.—Studies
to determine whether the Ice age is
over or whether the frozen wastes of
the North again may move southward
will be made during the next 12 months
by a University of Michigan expedi
tion to Greenland.
The expedition, which is to be di
rected by Prof. Ralph L. Belknap,
geologist, will sail from New Yortc June
14 on the schooner Morrissey. Other
members of the Michigan party are
Evans S. Schmeling, geologist and
aerologist; Max Demorest. assistant
geologist-aerologist, and Herbert Gard
ner, botanist and photographer.
Base to Be Establishea.
A base will be established near the
Cornell Glacier in Northwestern Green
land, at. North latitude 74 degrees, 40
to determine the movement of the
to determine the moaement of the
Cornell Glacier and other bodies of
ice in that part of the island.
Prof. Belknap also plans to run levels
to the middle of the Greeland ice
cap, 250 to 300 miles inland, to meas
ure the elevation there. He will have
instruments for determining thickness
of the ice, which is believed to be
several thousand feet.
Plants found on the Nunataks. or
islands of rock in the ice. will be studied
I to determine the length of time the rock
I has been uncovered and whether it
i ever has been completely covered by ice.
| If the expedition finds that the Is
lands of rock contain a very old type
I of vegetation, and in some cases have
1 never been covered by ice. it will give
evidence that the glacier is practically
as large now as it has been for a long
time, and that we still are well within
the ice age. It will mean the ice is
! not disappearing and perhaps is ad
! But if the vegetation is found to
, have developed recently, it will tend tc
indicate that the Nuntaks were covered
I bv ice in recent geological times, that
! there has been a definite recession, and
that we are coming out of the period
If the ice is found to be retreating
Canada and the northern States will
be assured of temperate weather for at
least a few thousand years.
.-Air t urrems siuum.
Studies of air currents over Green
land. begun in 1926 by the veteran ex
plorer. Prof. William Herbert Hobbs o1
University of Michigan, will be con
Wandcl Land. 500 miles north of th(
, Arctic Circle and least known portior
: of Western Greenland, will be mapped
The scientists will look for evidence;
' of the early Eskimo migration along
the west coast southward
It will be the fifth University ol
Michigan Greenland expedition. Prof
■ Belknap was a member of the 1926 ex
! pedition and was assistant directoi
' under Prof. Hobbs in 1927 and 1928
Schmeling served on two previous ex
peditions and spent the Winter of 1930
31 at Ivigtut. making weather ob
servations. Demorest made weathei
observations at Upernivik during thi
Winter of 1930-31.
The Morrissey will be commanded bj
Capt. Bob Bartlett, who is taking the
Robert E. Peary Memorial Expeditior
I to Cape York, where a monument wil
i be erected in honor of the discoverei
| of the North Pole.
INSTITUTE OF BANKING
CLOSES SESSIONS TODAY
Frank N. Hall of St. Louis Be
comes President Without
By the Associated Press.
LOS ANGELES, Jure 10 —A business
I session today was to end the thirtieth
! annual convention of the American
i Institute of Banking.
Frank N. Hall of the Federal Reserve
Bank of St. Louis, and Albert D. Puel
| icher of Milwaukee, as unopposed nomi
! nees, become president and vice presi
; dent, respectively, of the Institute for
j the ensuing year.
RHUS TOX for POISON
and similar ailments
1007 H St. N.W. Phone NA. 1095
II - J
National—"Elizabeth Sleeps Out,” at
Gayety—Hinda Wausau, burlesque, at
2:15 and 8:15 p.m.
Palace—"Merrily We Go to Hell,” at
11:20 a.m., 1:20, 3:25, 5:30, 7:35 and
Columbia—“While Paris Sleeps,” at
12:30, 2:20. 4:15. 6:10, 8:05 and 10 p.m.
Earle—“The Strange Lcve of Molly
Louvain.” at 11:15 a.m., 1:55, 4:45, 7:35
and 10:15 p.m. Stage shows at 12:40,
3:30, 6:20 and 9 p.m.
Loew’s Fox—"Forgotten Command
ments.” at 11:39 a.m., 2:10, 4:30, 7:20
and 10 p.m. Stage shows at 1:15, 3:35,
6:30 and 9:10 p.m.
R-K-O Keith's—"Is My Face Red?”
at 11:55 a.m., 1:55, 3:55, 5:55, 7:55
and 9:55 p.m.
Metropolitan—"Strange Case of Clara
Deane,” at 11 a.m., 12:45, 2:34, 4:21,
,6:08. 7:55 and 9:42 p.m.
Tivoli—“State's Attorney,” at 2:25,
4:10, 5 55, 7:45 and 9:40 p.m.
Central—"The Wiser Sex,” from 11
a.m. to 11 p.m.
Ambassador—"Beauty and the Boss,"
at 6:15, 8 and 9:50 p.m.
ROBBED BY RUSE
i “Mosquito Sprayers" Take $700
Transit Company Receipts.
PHILADELPHIA, June 10 OPL—
“We,” said two men, entering the Phil
adelphia Rapid Transit Co. change
booth, “are here from the office to spray
the booth against mosquitoes. Okay?”
"Okay,” said Miss Bessie Liddell,
night cashier. With meticulous care,
one of the two hung a sheet In back
of the girl, “so you don't get sprayed.”
Shortly afterward Miss Liddell peered
behind the sheet and discovered the
"mosquito chasers" had disappeared.
So had the day’s receipts of about $700.
Eiffel Tower Profitable.
PARIS (*>).—The Eiffel Tower earned
net profits of $114,724 In 1931 from
gross receipts of $275,801, of which
$12,000 came from an Illuminated ad
vertisement of a widely known auto
at vour door f
BEFORE 6 O’CLOCK A.M.
KEEPS FOR HOURS
• Coffee in Thermos Container
holding 1 /z cups of piping hot
• coffee of the finest grade.
Pure fresh cream, butter and
• sugar, 2 breakfast rolls, fresh
baked. Whole orange or jam.
• All for
Telephone Georgia 5550
A Hotel Service now available
at your door
FINAL NOTICE! Si£
Two Carloads of High-Grade, Brand-New
TIRES AND TUBES
TO BE LIQUIDATED
At American Storage Co.
2801 Georgia Ave. N.W.
Open Sundays. 8 A.M. to 1 P.M.
No Phone Orders—No Deliveries
To Be Sold Single Parcel or Bulk Lott
Come in Any Time. Open 8 A.M. to 8 P.M.
29x4.40 ..$2.65 28x5.25 Ini Q(- 32x6.00, CC QC First Quality
29x4.50 . .$2.95 29x5.25 ;s|>4.o5 33x6.00)9D.i7D t,rst
30x4.51 . $2.95 30x5.25 ’ 10x6.50.$6.95 Les* Than
28x4.75 . .$3.65 31x5.25 ) 31x6.50 _$6.95 Mfr.’s Cost
29x5.00 . .53.85 28x5.25 ( a- 30x3'* .$2.75
30x5.00 . .$3.85 29x5.50 , $0.40 31x4 .$4.65 fi.tMi-lK #i tr
31x5.00 . $3.95 30x6.00 \ 32x4 .$4.85 5.XJ-1S
32x5.00 ..$4.25 31x6.00 / 33x4'i .$6.45 _
TRUCK TIRES. 50<~e OFF
We Are Authorized to Sell Entire Warehoute Stock of Tiret
Discount on Above Prices on Two or More Tires
As a result of last week s auc
tion. scores of jobs were found for
unemployed men ... in dire
need. If you have work, a day’s
job or an hours job for anyone,
we ll appreciate your co-operation.
Please take this opportunity to
help a worthy cause.
Saturday. June 11
Finer ingredients than
those ased in the making of
Rock Creek Ginger Alo
cannot bo booght at any
Under the direction of
The American Legion
and The Rock Creek
Ginger Ale Co.
of Washington. D. C.
Start looking around now for
some work you can give to these
men. Tune in WRC Saturday
at 6:15 P.M. We need your co
wm You Help?
For a Short Time Only
Well GiveYou $2
for Your Old Pen
on the purchase of this
WORLD’S FINEST, MOST BEAUTIFUL PEN
This amazing offer makes it possible
for everyone to afford —not some
cheap pen or ordinary pen—but the
finest of all fountain pens — the
great Parker Duofold.
These quick-starting Parkers
completely end the annoyance of
having to shake or coax to get the
ink to flow. This is fully guaranteed
when used with Parker Qnink—the
new quick-starting, non-clogging ink.
Yet even when used with old-time
inks, the Parker new Quick-starter
makes Parker Duofold Pens twice
as sure to start, and start instantly.
Now, for a short time, Parker
dealers will allow $2 for your old pen
on the new Parker Duofold Sr. All
are streamlined models, jewel-like
barrels, with 22% to 69% greater
ink capacity than the average pen.
Ransack office and home till you
find an old pen. Take it to any Parker
Pen dealer promptly, and walk out
with a fine new Parker Duofold.
The best chance to buy Graduation Gift-Pent
SHE DARED FOR
_ ^ V* o- j
A Millon Gid. Would Bo Afroid To
Do—“And SK«Got Awoy Wrtfcht
k WYNNE GIBSON
fa O'iri— »w«M P—
... She Put a Price on
► Love—Staked her Happi* ^
ness on Riches—and then
had to Bargain (or LoveL
SINGING STAR OF "SUNNY ,
SIDE UP", HAPPY DAYS, «c
New Sonji—New Stories
MILLS. KIR& & MARTIN
ti< EASTER & HAZELTON j
TO iP.M. FALLS, READING S. BOYCE /
CLOSES S \T. SITE.
J1 NE llth. FOR SEASON
j HINDA WAUSAU
See us about
the book you
Largest Stock in Town
Park iBook fefjop
919 G St. N.W.
(Next Door to Gibson’i)
fHot—delivered to QO
yoor door within w I * |
80 minates. A 1
Georgia 5597 |
Salads. Sandwiches. Soups
and other ■■ Rfadt/-to-Sene
_Del i ca cies”_
1 THE TANS OF THE ORIENT
DOI3 E STREET N.W
Sea f ood t east
THE largest, sweetest Crab
Flakes you ever tasted. Our
regular $1.20 value, tomorrow
From 11 A M. to 10 P.M.
Crab Flake Salad
(Extra Large Lump Flakes)
Rolls & Butter
Coffee or Ice Tea
Refrigerated Air—Free Parking
8«lm FRIDAY ar SAT
SUNDAY ar MONDAY
Immndinta Uta tn Arrivtl
In Price* at
Daily Sereiea '
6:30 P. M. —
1423 N St. N. W.
Take This Restful Evening Trip
Mother* end fathers, and grandparents, too, ore .
spending enioyoOle evenings on the Wilton Line. j
B g. roomy, comfortable chair*. Concerts for those
not dancing. Fine orchestra and perfect dance floor.
No charge for dancing.
Dally at 1.45 P. M. Weekdays 75c
Sens. 1 Holidays S1.00
7th St. Wharves Tel. NA 2440
Day trips at 9 A. M. except Tuesdays
ASHTON CLARENDON. YA.
BILL CODY and ANDY SHUTORD 'TEXAS
PIONEERS ' Also SIGN OF THE
WOLF." No 5.___
PA DHI IN A 11th * N. C. Ave. S.E. I
LAnUUnA COHENS AND KELLYS
IN HOLL\ WOOD " with GEORGE SID
NEY and CHARLIE MURRAY. Perfect
riDPIC 2105 Pa. Are.. Ph. W. 0955
VllxvLL Horae of the Mirror Srreen. I
RONALD COLMAN, HELEN HAYES. ,
ARROWSMITH ” j
DUMBARTON CHARLES^FAR^ELL and
MARIAN NIXON In "AFTER TOMOR
_ROW." News. _
CAIDI AWN ANACOST1A. d. c.
rAlKLAWn NORMAN FOSTER In
I VOIP GAITHERSBURG. 5TD.
LIKll BUCK JONES in BRANDED."
DDiurrcc mo h st. n e.
rniniUS Une. 2900
DOLORES DEL RIO In "THE GIRL OF
THE RIO" Also CLIVE BROOK In
CTANTriN «th and C Sta. N E.
dlAniUll Finest Sonnd Eanlnment
SLIM SUMMERVILLE. LOUISE FAZENDA
in "RACING YOUTH." Babe Ruth Series.
QTATT BETHESDA. MD.
OlnlL Home of Western-Electric Sound
Today and Tomorrow—“TARZAN. THE APE
MAN.' With JOHNNY WEISMULLER.
T A If DM A lib and Butternut Sta.
lAIVUlllA No Parkinc Troublea
WILLIAM HAINES in
“ARK YOU LISTENING'*
HIPPODROME Double Featurt
Joe. E. Brown in “Top Speed.”
Walter Huston. “House Divided.”
CAMEO Today i
Edna May Oliver. “Ladies of Jury/*
A DP A HYATTSVILLE. MD.
AMAUL Today — ERIC LINDEN.
^ ARE THESE OUR CHILDREN ”
RICHMOND Today. Tomorrow
Richard Pix In ‘‘The Lost Squadron."
"BEAUTY AND THE BOSS.” WAR
REN WILLIAM and MARIAN
APOLLO 624 H 6t- **
BARBARA STANWYCK. SHOP
WORN.” RIPLEY SHORT and
AVALON McKinley 8t.. D. C.
"MAN WANTED" KAY FRANCIS,
DAVID MANNERS and COMEDY._
AVENUE GRAND a?,5 ft.
“YOUNG BRIDE." HELEN TWELVE
TREES AND ERIC LINDEN.
rtNTDtl 9th St Bet. I> and E
Lr.nlKAL Bta. n.w.
“THE WISER SEX’’
COLONY *'*' * Earraant SI
BEAUTY AND THE BONA WARRFN
WILLIAM ami MAUI AN MARSH.
"THIS IS THE NIOllT." LILY
_DAM1TA ami CHARLES KUOOLES.
SAVOY l4tk * ,ol‘ Rd‘ ’*•*•
BOB 8TEKIJC. LAW OP THE WEST "
SERIAL. NO. 4. and ADDED
TIVOLI >4lk * ’>>rk M* N W
JOHN HAHRYMGRE. "STATES AT
_TORNKY CHtC SALE COMEDY.
YORK *'"• • Qa*b**Bt* N W*
POR THE ENTIRE FAMILY—"EX
_PLORKRS OF THE WORLD "___
N. C. A. Photanhone.
Bn.L »GYI> In "CARNIVAL BOAT."
Mickey McGuire Comedy. “Air Mall
Myatary. ‘ No. 4._
CV| VAN »•» * «■ <• Aye. N.W.
OILY An UNA MERKEL and WIL
LIAM COLLIER in "SECRET WIT
(Em SILVER SPRING. MD
OE.V.U HELEN TWEL VET REES and
CHARLES BICKFORD In “PANAMA
I FLO." Detectlvo Story. Serial.
St™** Today! iMOU ORE flOTHOUR HUSBflflD’s UJIFE.^.
would, y ousts
at the faceted*
Coming—“Week Ends Only'’—Joan Bennett and Ben Lyon
fts&jUL TODAY J
jazz on THE
Coming—Tallulah Bankhead in THUNDLK BLLUW
He Dished the Dirt
of the Night Before
From Harlem on the North to
Broadway on the souse, he dished
the midnight scandal every morn
ing to the million readers of a
YOU’LL LOVE ^ V
AND HATE V m
“Mrs. Poster’s little 9k W
boy Willyum” and V
you'll trickle out of ^Hk ’
the theatre chirpin*
...“Is My Fare Red?"
HELEN TWELVETREES “
ROBERT ARMSTRONG' Jill ESMOND-ARUNE JUDGE
Story of the rise
and fall of a noted
columnist and a
I Qhe Voice of the
I STREET SINCER
u medbury trrveiaugh
I ■ . PAT ME* NEWS . .
SUNDAY EVENING, JUNE 12
Grand Opera Performance
METROPOLITAN OPERA STARS,
ORCHESTRA. CHORIB AND
Seata. SLOP. SI .SO. Si 00 at
Stleff Plano Co. ISM O St.
9,30 A. M. TO 11:30 P. Kl.
' ■■mmii'ii . » rm /r»r. ■ y wphwt
Fifteen cents it all It
coats this week to see
thin marvelous work of
art. Now on view at
__1814 G St. N.W.
PROF. AND MRS. ACHER. 1127 10th Street
h.w. Class and dance with orchestra every
Monday and Friday. S to 11:J0 p.ra. Private
lesions by appointment. Met. 4180. 1st. 1900.
The Indescribably Funny
Sophisticated Farce Comedy
‘ELIZABETH SLEEPS OUT"
BY I.F.S1.1E HOffAWII
SffA “The Slit si Vnin” s^»“
POOL AND BAY
Jarboe’s “Night Hawks”
8 till 1 Saturday
Afternoon teeaion Sunday
beginning at 3:30
Trains leave District Line Station
Week Days—10:30 A M., S:30 and 5: to P.M.
Sundays—10:3(1 A.M . i:S», 5:40 and
Faro—Round Trip. 80c; Children, lip
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