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Established 1889. CLAFLIN Optical Co. Ontometrists. Opticians. 922 14th St. NA. 2176 ANY WATCH Watch Cryital*, 35e WADE'S CREDIT 6ift 131b at. n w JEWELERS Woman Flyers Group ♦** To Open Chapter Here Tomorrow Organized as a Defense Auxiliary, Its Aim Is To Instruct Novices Representatives of the Women Flyers of America will arrive to morrow to open a local chapter of the organization which was founded A SIMPLE RULE To Follow "Keep this fact in mind when you buy motor fuel for your car; It is the power units in a motor fuel that run your car. Naturally, the fuel with the most power units per gallon will function most efficiently :;; give longest mileage: Betholine contains thousands more power units per gallon than any gasoline because its Benzol content makes it weigh more than any gasoline. That's one reason why ;; • ^UoubGSuil OF MOTORISTS ARE BiAuidUna to BENZOL-BLENDED feetlvolUte. DIFFERENT—Belter—Then Any Gasoline - No other motor fuel can boast of a formula like Betholine’s: No other motor fuel sold in this area contains all three of these important ingredi ents: (1) a base of high octane gasoline; (2) a generous percentage of costly, super power benzol; (3) a special anti-knock ingredient. Check the extra power, extra mileage of this exclusive formula in your car. I-—-—-1 TOPS In Anti-Knock Quality Too mm . & m..m mm % wmm s Now—Betholine offers you the highest anti-knock rating in its history; Some gasolines and motor fuels are good for "high” speed knocks, others are better for "low” speed knocks. Betboline’s distinctive, balanced formula was developed to correct both. If your car knocks, at high or low speeds, try benzol-blended Betholine. You’re Missing Something—Test Betholine mmmtmmmmm~.mmmmmmmmm^m Betholine’s sales are way up and still climbing. Today, four tim^s as many motorists regularly use this super motor fuel as in 1935. You’r* missing something if you haven’t tried Betholine. Discover it. Us* it for a few weeks. Prove to yourself that you can actually "feel” the difference it that you can "see” the extra miles it gives. Get a tankful of bemoNblended Betholine today. /I Product oj SHERWOOD BROTHERS INCORPORATED A. k a month ago as a national defense auxiliary. Miss Chelle Janis, founder and president of the Women’s Civilian Air Corps, will reach Washington Airport at 10 a.m. She will be met by Capt. Corley P. McDarment, president of the National Aeronautic Association. "Since the women flyers of Amer ica organized in New York last month,’’ Miss Janis explained in a statement sent here, "we have re ceived so many inquiries from Wash ington girls that we are anxious to set up our organization on a permanent basis in the city. "We want particularly to cor relate the activities of the airports desiring to teach our gijls, the girls themselves and the sponsors and honorary members.” Purpose Is to Teach Flying. Capt. McDarment said it was his undersanding that the organization was founded for the purpose of in structing girls who have had no previous flying experience. Meanwhile, at Washington Air port yesterday the possible shape of things to come was foreshadowed as an attractive woman pilot "fer ried” a plane through here en roUte to delivery in Florida. The pilot, Mrs. Mary Brooks, wife of Pete Brooks, the acrobatic flyer, flew one of three small planes from the factory at Lock Haven, Pa., which were ordered by a flying school in Miami. Neither the school nor the factory had regular pilot* to spare for the transit. Mrs. Brooks received her license only a few days ago. 5,008 Members Sought. The Women Flyers of America, classed as a non-profit making body, was formed in New York last month and its membership now numbers approximately 200. The age of members is from 18 to 38, and they pay about $275 for their instruction. It is pointed out that this is about 20 per cent below the usual fee for aviation lessons leading to a private pilot’s license. Goal of the corps is 5.000 members from all parts of the country by September 1. A Philadelphia chap ter was established last week. Cox (Continued From First Page t re deeds and insurance. See H. K. G. re balance and shares in London. “I know what is best always, my only love. I have been well treated, but there is no doubt about how matters are going."’ Japan Jails 11 Britons; Espionage Charged SHANGHAI. Jay 29 i/Pt—Eleven prominent British businessmen were under arrest today in Japan after a series of police raids which British circles ascribed partly to pressure from Germany. There was no indication as to what action was planned against the 11. (In Tokio the Foreign Office disclosed that the arrests were made Saturday by military police under the direction of prosecu tors “as the first step" against an alleged "British espionage net work covering the entire coun try.” (The Foreign Office statement declared the arrests were made ; "in' tfew of ever-increasing ac- ; • tivities of foreign organs of - espionage in this country.") Envoy Seeks Release. Reuters said the British Ambast, sador to Tokio, Sir Robert Leslie Craigie, was seeking release of the men throughwJapanese Foreign Min ister Yosuke Matsuoka. (Authoritative quarters in Lon don, confirming reports of the arrests, said it was expected the British government would make diplomatic representations to Tokio.) The arrests were understood to. have occurred in five cities. Word of the, action followed the dis closure that Melville James Cox. Reuters correspondent in Tokio. had been taken into custody "for mili tary reasons." First reports said nine British citi zens were arrested in the raids, but the number later was increased to 11. Listed among those seized were; Capt. C. H. N. James, retired naval officer and chief representa tive of the British Federation of Industries in Tokio; R. T. Holder, president of the British Association at Kobe; C. H. MacNaughton, hon orary consular representative for Sweden. Norway and Portugal at Nagasaki; Michael Ringer, honorary Greek consular representative at Shimonoseki; a Lt. Wooley, Yoko hama agent for the Asiatic Pe troleum Co.; J. R. Drummond, F. M. Jonas, E. W. James and J. F. James. It was understood here that Craigie already had called upon Matsuoka in Tokyo and had received his promise to expedite his investi gation. Japanese authorities were reported to be making an exhaustive investi gation of the backgrounds of the 11 men. The fact that Japanese news papers were not allowed to carry stories of the arrests increased spec ulation concerning the reason for the seizure and led to unconfirmed rumors the men might be accused of espionage. It was pointed out all had lived in Japan for many years and sev eral were closely connected with high Japanese business and political circles. Capt. James formerly taught in the Japanese Naval Staff College and is a close friend of many nav?4 officers. D. C. Woman Elected Catherine Vaux of Washington yesterday was elected national first vice president of Phi Delta Delta, women's law fraternity, in sessions at Portland, Oreg. Miss Emile Eisen hauer of Portland was named presi dent, the Associated Press reported. I Fair, continued m warm B • • • • COOL Off I * STEP UP LAGGING APPETITES WITH THESE TASTY SUGGESTIONS_ *TRY SAN/TAJIY’S 'S ^CMRANrm M&rsl I Sanitary's guarantee Is not Just a meaningless phrase. It is a genuinely honest promise to refund your money on any cut of meat that fails to satisfy you fn any way. VEAL CUTLETS 35c HAPPY VALLEY Sliced BACON Sliced from the fin est, expertly cured sides and wrapped in a cellophane package. 1 Rib Veal Chops-,b 27c Shldr. Veal Chops --lb 19c Loin Veal Chops - - ,b 31c j Shldr. Veal Roast lb 14c Breast of Veal_,b 8c Briggs Bologna-,b 25c Sanitary's Franks - -,b 23c Cooked Ham-lb 10c Sliced Cheese vLtt.. Ib 7c BUTTER ™" 30c EGGS 12-GRAND doz. 21c CHEESE 9£?2 x. 29° IIIIPC Town House O OQ 'UUIUC Grapefruit £ con, WHEATIES 10c SPAM Sandwiches L” 25c DRINKS JIL s? 98c Due to State laws, items marked (*) are slightly higher in our Maryland or Virginia stores or both. All prices are effective until the close of business Wednesday, July 31, 1940. NO SALES TO DEALERS. I!_I Chipped Beef S3’ *‘“13c “/^X LIVERWURST ■«- 6c - )m, 'FRt//rSf«u>VEGErABlES ffr gff y r Today, while you are shopping, try Sanitary for tempting vegetables, fine-flavored ^ mg /JBW fruits. You buy with this understanding—MONEY BACK IF ANY PRODUCE YOU /g iA | /Mf B”*- AT SANITARY EVER FAILS TO PLEASE YOU. ^--V / lima beans a*ia. \ Keep an assortment in your refrigerator /J and can opener handy. I Kool Aid Powder ._pkg. 5c 1 Clicquot Club Ginger Ale_2 qt-tots. 19C I Clicquot Club Soda _2 qt bot*. 19C j Clicquot Club Ginger Ale_12 ox. hot. 5C l Hires Root Beer_6 12ox. bots. 25c \ _Avocados Sal»d« _ 3 for 25c II Red Radishes_3 bchi. 10c Spring Onions_3 10c White Squash rX>*_3 lbs 10c Colorado Peas_ 19c \ Fresh Spinach_3 n>*. 20c Yellow Sweet Potatoes. _2 **>»• 15c /, Yellow Onions_3>b*13c /i Hires Roof Beer_3 2fi®*- bots. 25c 1 Rock Creek Ginger Ale_3 24 »*• bots. 25c \ Rock Creek Assorted Drinks._3 24 oi. bots. 25c 1 Coca-Cola_6 bots. 25c ’ Dr. Pepper_6 bots. 25c & Pepsi-Cola_ 6 bots. 25c i| Rock Creek Ginger Ale_6 i2"*. hots. 25c M Lith-a-Limes_6 iso*.bots. 25c H ★ AH pricei are far contentt only—bottle depotitt extra WATERMELONS Watermelons priced by the pound is your absolute assurance of getting full value for your money. Cut Whole ^ / y^k Melon Melon 1 »>• lie lb. I /4c / „ V i EDWARDS COFFEE When hot, sultry days "get you down'* try EDWARDS COFFEE iced! Edwards holds Its flavor when iced because of its rich, heavy body. Choice of Res. * or Drip Grind lb. Sanico Mayonnaise - - - jar 35c j|| Salad Dressing uSSr . . & 25c Potato Chips -;C17c Emerald Peas - - 3 25c Plantation Pineapple 10c Timely Fruit Cocktail “,7 10c Prudence cE,.’,d Hash - - - J* 15c Sanico Peanut Butter jar 17e Jell-Well Desserts _ _ 3 pk**' 10c Airway Coffee -.-lb 12c CHERUB MILK You'll like its delicate flavor. Ideal for Infant feeding. 4 ton OEc cans ^ j. Castle Crest PEACHES Deli cious flavored £ peaches packed in rich heavy syrup. 2 25' PEACHES H& 2 -» 23* PEACHES ->•_*2 ^ 27* STOKELY’S a _4—25* SHREDDED WHEAT... W8* CHERRIES a_”-r 10* FLAKO PIE CRUST.. V, 10* CHIPSO —_'iz 19* SUPER SUDS 18* POPULAR BRAND.W^T]rC Raleiqh Luckies—Old Golds Camels—Chesterfields Pk*.. 25c 'Carton of 10 pkgs--—$1.21 pwiww