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CLEANS
BLEACHES
DEODORIZES
DISINFECTS
'Cannonball' Baker to Show
How Careful Driving Saves Time
E. O. "Cannonball" Baker, vet
eran race driver, la going to set out
tomorrow to prove that passing
stop signs. Jumping traffic lights
and dodging in and out of traffic
on Washington streets do not save
time.
Although one of the early arieed
kings in automobile history, the 85
y ear-old driver wants to demon
strate that lives oould be saved
and accidents avoided by observing
traffic regulations to the letter—
without losing any time, either.
In this, he will be aided by the
Department of Vehicles and Traffic
and the Police Department’s traffic
division, which will provide a motor
cycle escort when MrJBaker sets
out to break the rule3. The escort
will keep other police from nabbing
Mr. Baker. i
The racing driver will make two
tripe over a course from Connecticut
avenue and Porter street N.W. to
First street and Constitution avenue
N.W. On the first trip he will ob
serve all the traffic regulations.
On the second run ne win weave
in and out of traffic, jump the sig
nals, coast through stop signs and
generally act like a reckless-driving
road hog.
The Police Department will time
the two runs to make the demon
stration official. Mr. Baker will start
his experiment at 10 am. and is
expected over the finish line the
second time an nour later.
A preview el the official test was
made yesterday by Policeman Ross
G. Riker on orders of Inspector Ar
thur E. Miller, head of the Traffic
Division.
Policeman Riker started from
Constitution avenue and First street
yesterday and traveling at a speed
of between 20 and 25 miles an hour,
reached Porter street and Connecti
cut avenue in 13 minutes. He missed
only two lights, he reported.
On the return trip to the starting
point, traveling between 25 and 30
miles an hour. Policeman Riker re
ported he weaved in and out of traf- i
lie and took every advantage offered
to make time. However, he was
stopped at six traffic lights and ar
rived at the starting point in 13
mhnitnr, the same time he made on
the outgoing trip observing all traf
fic regulations. The distance meas
ured Smiles.
Dance Recital Planned
At Neighborhood House
District children 3 to 18 years old
will present a dance recital at 8
o’clock tonight at the Barney Neigh
borhood House, 4*70 N street S.W.
The recital is under the direction
of Miss Virginia Griffith, Wash
ington dancing instructor. Mildred
Coulter. 3; Carolyn Morgan. 4; Ann
Peck, 10; Betty Anderson, 14; Mary
Poor, 10; Alberta Jones. 6, and Jean
Peck, 18, will take part.
On Thursday evening at the same
time there will be a concert under
the direction of Mrs. Ida Naney,
director of the Music School.
Rubin to Help Nelson
Fight Film Monopolies
By fit* Associated Pros*
HOLLYWOOD, June 1#.—Robert
J. Rubin, antitrust expert of the
Justice Department, has been ap
pointed to assist Donald M. Nelson,
president of the Society of Inde
pendent Motion Picture Producers,
in prevention of possible monopo
listic practices in the distribution of
flllM
Formerly an aids to the Attorney
General, Mr. Rubin has been named
an assistant to Mr. Nelson, who
heads 35 independent pro
ducers.
Menu Idea
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purchase them. We would appreciate your co-operation.
Should you find some meat products not available in our
meat departments, we hope you will understand.
Thank You!!
FOOD FAIR SUPER MARKET.
In the meantime we suggest
these exceptional VALUES!!!
ARMOUR'S DEXTER (SUGAR-CURED, EVEN SLICES)
Sliced BACON >b 59c
OCOMA BRAND—FRESHLY KILLED
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FRYERS 4lc
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LETTUCE ~ 1Z
CALIFORNIA, GOLDEN H.
ONIONS 1 7
JUICY, SANTA ROSA P% Pm
plums 25c
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APPLE SAOCElO
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CORN »16*
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TOMATOES -1#
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Pickles 2lc
MOTTS CIDER M !
Vinegar 10 !
DIAMOND gm
WAX PAPER 'S' 19
McCORMICK f 0^ 0^
TEABAGS Z31 i
Chocolate Syrup £dk <J
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