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Transfer 
Of 12 More 


Teachers 
Protested 


‘Robbing Peter 

To Pay Paul,’ 

Says Gillilland, 
District P-TA Head 


By Jeannie Rogers 
Stal! Reporter 
Six more Washington 
grade schools are slated to 
lose a total of 12 teachers to 


Revenue Head Puts 


Future Up to lke 


KANSAS CITY, Oct. 14 
“*—Internal Revenue Com- 
missioner T. Coleman An- 
drews said today any in- 
formation on a report he 
plans to resign would have 
to come from President 
Eisenhower. 

Andrews, stopping over 
here briefly en route to 
Washington by plane, re- 
fused to confirm or deny 
that he already has sub- 
mitted his resignation to 
the President. 

Earlier, a source in 
Washington close to An- 
drews said the Commis- 
sioner’s resignation would 
be announced in the very 
near future. On several 
occasions and again today, 
Andrews said he would re- 
s before the end of Mr. 
Eisenhower's term. 


other buildings next week, it 
was learned yesterday. 

“This seems to be another 
case of robbing Peter to pay 
Paul,” said John B. Gillilland, 
president of the District Con- 
gress of Parents and Teachers. | 

Gilliland said he is drafting) 
a letter of protest to District 
officials. He was notified about 
the situation by P-TA groups 
at the schools involved. 

The schools are Simon, Pat- 
terson and Stanton in the 
Southeast, Murch and Ray- 
mond in the Northwest and 
Merritt in the Northeast. 

Although school officials re- 
fused to say how many instruc- 
tors would be transferred from 
each building, it was learned 
that Simon School is expected 
to lose a special teacher of| 
oe with behavior prob- 

ms. ; 

A member of Simon P-TA 
told this newspaper: “These 
children simp cannot be 
shoved back regular 


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classroom.” 

The shuffling of teachers is 
a continuation of the struggle 
by school officials to correct a 
shortage of 50 teachers which 
resulted last month because of 
administrative miscalculations' 
of staff needs and lack of funds. 

School Superintendent Hobart | 
M. Corning told Board of Edu- 
cation members Thursday he 
would ask the Commissioners' 


additional grade school teach-| 
ers. This would cost about 
$78,000. | 
Corning said he would con- 
tinue to shuffle teachers from 
schools with low enrollments 
to ones with severely over- 
crowded classes. Already more 
than 300 teachers are handling 
two grades in one room. The 
latest teacher transfer may re- 
sult in more “split” classes. 
The Commissioners an d) 


school board members willjthing for his farm at Gettys-'}.; privacy. This appeal was/c 


meet Tuesday to discuss pro- 
posed school building projects. 


Edgar Guest Has 
Heart Attack 


DETROIT, Oct. 14 #—Edgar| 
A. Guest, the poet, has suffered 


Ike Hailed 
At 65 by Gift 
And Greeting 


Staff Wish for ‘Serene 


Years’ Stirs Comment Pr incess Me 


Of Politically-Mind 
By Edward T. Folliard 


Stef Reporter 


“And Captain 


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Yesterday's rainstorm marooned hundreds of 
buildings in the Washington area, including con- Control Project just off Baltimore ave. in Biad- 


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project is designed te elimi- 


nate Peace Cross floods. (More photos, Page 10.) 


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DENVER, Oct. 14—President In Rendezvous 


Eisenhower was 65 today. 

On a table near his hospital 
bed was a vase of red roses that 
must have reminded him of 
boyhood days, before he left 
home for West Point and the 
start of a fabulous career. 


The roses were something: 
special, selected for his room} 


out of a mountain of flowers 


that came into the Fitzsimons | hind the closely guarded gates perity.” 
Army Hospital today. They had | and high walls of a friend's 


Two British Papers 

Foresee Wedding in 

Appeal for Privacy 
BINFIELD, England, Oct. 14 
(# — Princess Margaret and 


Peter Towrisend met. tonight 
for a wéekend rendezvous be- 


been sent on from a little gar. secluded mansion deep in the 


den once tended by his mother,| heart of Windsor Forest. 
the late Ida Elizabeth Eisen-' 


hower, at Abilene, Kan. 


The medical news was good | have 


The couple, whose romanc 
and reported intention to marry 
stirred Britain, drove 


‘on this 20th day since his heart|separately from London for 
for emergency funds to hire 20 sttack, the 11 a. m. bulletin|their meeting in the 20-room 


saying: 


country house of a cousin of 


“After a good night's sleep, the Princess, Mrs. John Lycet 


the President awoke refreshed 
and in a happy birthday mood.” 

There were uncounted pres 
ents and greetings, some from 
chiefs of state overseas. His 
White House aides, his Cabinet 


officers, and his political lieu-| 


tenants all contributed some- 


burg. 


A greeting from the White ment saying no : 
to Of the Princess’ plans ig con- 


House staff seemed likely 


attract the attention of the, 


Wills. 

When both were In the house 
with their hosts, Mr. and Mrs. 
Wills, a police inspector told a 
throng of waiting reporters: 
“They are staying for tte wee 


Before the two met in Wind- 
sor Forest, the Princess had ap- 
'pealed to the world to respect 


part of a royal family state- 
announcement 


templated “at present.” 
Two responsible British 


politically minded. It referred newspapers—Lord Rother- 


to 
ahead” for the President. 
Did this mean they believe 


“serene years that lie|mere’s Daily Mail and 


‘inite 


the 
‘London News Chronicle—inter- 
| preted the statement as defi- 
evidence of marriage 


a slight heart attack, his son, as many political realists be-| pjans. 


Bud, reported today. He cele- 
brated his 74th birthday) 
Aug. 20. 

His son said Guest has been 
laced in an oxygen tent at 
ew Grace Hospital and has 
been given sedatives. But his) 
condition. is not considered 
critical. ‘ 


Index 


Page Page 
Amusements 39 Movie Guide. .25 
Church News 8-9 | Obituaries ...22 | 
Classified 26-36 | Parsons .....41 | 
Comics 40-43 | Pearson ..... 
Crossword ...40 . Picture Page. 
District Line. .40 Postlude ....26) 
Editorials 18 Radio-TV ....38} 
Events Today .22 | Shopper's Pg. 37 | 
Federal Diary.16 Society . . .23-25 | 
Financial .16-17 Sokolsky ....19 | 
Goren ......40 | Sports ...11-15 
Horoscope ...40 | Weather ....22 
Keeping Well 40 | Winchell ....38 | 
Kilgalien ....39! 

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lieve, that Gen. Eisenhower 
See IKE, Page 2, Col. 3 


Skyline Foliage 


Reported at Peak 


The vicinity’s 
luster of the fall foliage along 
the Shenandoah Nationa] Park's 
Skyline drive, observers re- 
ported yesterday. 

The Weather Bureau said to- 


downpour failed to impair the|in a lead edi 


The Daily Mail said in a 
front page story: 

“Princess Margaret and 
group Capt. Townsend plan to 
marry. 

“That is the deduction drawn 
from the statement.” 

The News Chronicle, which 


\previously kept clear of specu- 


drenching|lation around the Princess, said 


torial the state- 

‘ment indicates beyond all rea- 
‘sonable doubt that the royal 
engagement will shortly be an- 
nounced.” , 
The Clarence House an- 
nouncement was the first of- 
ficial statement in any way re- 


10 | day should contain enough sum-|jsting to Princess Margaret's 


shine and good visibility to en-|recent personal life. It said: 


nual sight to the hilt, but that 
Sunday promises to be even 
better. Park officials said the 
autumnal colors are at their 
peak this weekend and should 
remain for several more, 


\able motorists to enjoy the an-| 


“In view of the varied reports 
which have been published, the 
Press Secretary to the Queen 
is authorize. to say that no 
announcement concerning Prin- 
cess Margaret's persona! future 
is at present contemplated.” 


Wraps Sheet Over Clothing 


Blond ‘Amnesia Victim’ Slips Away 
From Hospital Into Autumn Storm 


The mystery girl Prince, 
Georges County police had 
tri-d to identify for a week 


nightgown. Apparently it 
covered her plaid shirt, dun- 
garees and loafers. 


disappeared into the rain| The tall slender blonde, about 


Thursday night, leaving police 20, had been picked up wander-| 


no more clue than they had to 
the rést of her story. 


Terry Palmer, or whatever 


her name was, apparently 


ing Hyattsville streets at 4 a. m. 
on Oct. 6 and Was under obser- 
vation as a possible amnesia 
victim. Poliee had been unable 
to get any information from her 


climbed out a first floor bath- except two fictitiou® addresses 
room window at Prince Georges and the observation: “I hate 


General Hospital after telling 

her roommate she was going to 

take a sponge bath. The patient 

with whom she shared the room 

the girl had a sheet 
around 


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her hospital 


cops.” At one point she 
‘she couldn't remember™ 
thing before police 
on a vagrancy 
County She 
said he did not plan to 


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J. Lee Ball 
issue ' know." 


also|a look-out for her. “We've got 


no reason to want her,” he said. 
“We were just trying to help 
the girl, but it looks as though 
she got her own help.” 

Ball has a hunch it was an 
outside job. He said he had just 


rious woman twice visited the 
girl at the hospital and “leaned 


Wecetedant Debate 


Butler and Hall Clas 
On ‘Peace, Prosperity 


By Tom Nelson 

CHICAGO, Oct. 14 @—Na-‘tion would suffer when the 
tional chairmen of the Nation's GOP Administration removed 

two top political parties clashed economic controls. 
lin a heated face-toface debate! “In contrast, we now have 
‘tonight on die "Repulsican 65 million employed, factory 
Slogan of “peace and pros wages are higher. No enemy is 
_ | shooting at American boys now. 
tie Chairman Paul’ The American people like this 


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y, 


Democra 


phrase was an “exaggerated ity,” Hall said. 


the “huckster selling job the plishments of the Administra- 


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| peace.” 


the “teamwork” that it has dis- 
Republican Chairman Legn-| played since the President's 
ard Hall answered that “peace heart attack. 


‘and prosperity” was a factual) “The last few weeks have 


accomplishment of the Eisen- proved the way President Ei-| ported gains in retail sales, non-' 


\hower Administration and add- senhower felt about things,” he 
| ed: . said. “It is not the individual, 
| “I. challenge any Democrat|but the program and policy 
or any Democrat speaker to/wWhich matter in government. 


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'show where we had prosperity (The Government is carrying on 


k-' under Democrats which was 45 usual. The great Eisenhower while prices of some 


without war or paration for team is going on as usual.” 
war.” a In this regard Hall praised 

Hall led off the debate in a|Vice President 
|12-minute statement centered Nixon as “a man who has han- 
‘chiefly on‘ the achievements of died his post with great dig- 
the present Administration in|nity.” The GOP chairman 
obtaining peace and prosperity |praised the Cabinet for han- 
“at the same time, in contrast dling its job in a “capable and 
to the Democrats.” efficient manner.” 

He charged the Democrats; Turning to Butler, Hall said, 
with being “entirely wrong”. in/“and he talks about going 
their predictions t the Na-' See DEBATE, Page 2, Col. 3 


Key to Sunday's Good Reading in Your 
Big Washington Post and Times Herald 


Exclusive! Gallup Poll on the Presi- 
dency. If a presidential election were 
being held today between Governor 
Averell Harriman on the Democratic 
ticket and Presidential Assistant 
~* Harold Stassen or Chief Justice Ear! 
Warren on the Republican ticket—how 
would the country vote? You'll find 
the results of the Gallup Poll survey 
question . . , in the Main News Section. - 


America’s Numiber 1 Health Problem. One out of every 
12 Americans will, at some time in his life, become a 
patient in a mental hospital: Today there are 700,000 
mental patients, and they occupy more than half the 
hospital beds in the entire nation. What is being done 
to halt this growing threat to America’s health and 
welfare? Famed writer John Gunther takes you behind 
the scenes to meet the doctors, nurses and patients in 


learned that an equally myste-| 


“The Sick Mind”... im’ The American Weekly. 


Another Valentino? For twenty-five years, moviedom 
has been looking for a Latin lover to take the place of 
the immortal —. Valentino. Now it seems the 
search is over. For lywood has discovered Rossano 
Brazzi, a handsome Italian gentleman with just enough 
silver in his hair and just eno sparkle in. his eye. 
The camera captures his romantic genius in “Another 
Valentino” .... in Pavade Picture Magazine. 
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Parents Speak Their Minds. For every couple 
that has received a child for adoption there are ten 
other couples waiting, waiting, waiting. Many who have 
been waiting patiently for years fon nature to do the 
job become impatient and angry when child placement 
agencies do not produce a child for them on -short 
notice. Parents of adopted children state the case for 
the agencies that deal in the world’s most priceless 
commodity , . . in the Outlook Section, - 


4 Colorful azine Extras. In addition to the Parade 
Section and The American Weekly, 
The Show entertainment magazine and 
(which inclades a complete listing of 
TV programs for the week), 


_2 Jumbo Comic Sections. Your Sunday Washington 


Butler~ charged .that the! climate of peace and prosper- | 


Business Sets 
A New High 
In September 


Reserve Board Index 

Up 1 Point to 141; 

Retail Sales Higher 

Associated Press 

The Nation's already boom- 
ing economy expanded further 
in September to a new record, 
| the Federal Reserve Board said 
yesterday. 

The Board's index of indus- 
trial production moved up a 


»| political slogan” indicative of, Hall covered other accom-'point to a new record high of 


141, compared with 140 in 


June, 

| In addition to the rise in 
production at the Nation’s fac- 
tories and mines, the Board re- 


farm employment and incomes 
in September. 

| ‘The report added that prices 
of industrial commodities con- 
tinued to advance in September, 
farm 
iproeducts declined. Bank loans 


during the month. 
| The report 
details: 

| © Production of primary 
metals—iron, steel, 


stantial gain” during Septem- 
ber, as steel production in- 


ity, from the 90 per cent in 
August, and copper production 


stoppages in July. Steel mill 


ther” in the first half of Octo- 
ber. 


September. There was a strong 


ment. 

® Production of paper, chemi- 
cals, and petroleum products 
increased slightly. 

® Increases in nonresidential 
construction shoved expendi- 
tures for new construction up 
slightly. Despite a drop in resi- 


awards increased. 
® Employment at factories 


showed little change during’ 


Of Ancient Migrants 


OTTAWA, Oct. 14 ® 
Canadian officials today re- 
ported discovery of an an- 
cient “Grand Central Sta- 
tion of the North,’ where 
many groups stopped in mi- 
grations centuries ago. 

The site is on the Firth 
River in Yukon Territory, 
near northeastern Alaska. 
Implements found give in- 
dications of nine different 
eivilizations—four of them 
not previously known to 
have exi ‘ 

Many of the articles re- 
semble others found in 
eastern Asia, bolstering the 
theory that migrants across 
the Bering Strait first set- 
tled North America. 


Canada Finds ‘Depot’ 


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Republicans are trying to do on tion and had strong praise for August and 139 in July and’ w 
Drivers End 


Transit Strike 
In St. Louis 


| day walkout. 


(000-a-day, fine ag 


aluminum under a ‘controversial seizure 
and the like—showed a “sub-| jaw had been made earlier. The 


\state sought the fines against ing torrents 


creased to 96 per cent of capac-|the AFL Bus and Street Car while abnormally heavy seas 


‘Operators Union. 
| The members 


| halting measures. 


‘seeking a 


| against Gov. Phil M. Donnelly 

® The production of both| and Daniel Rogers of the State 
consumer and industrial elec-| Mediation Board to nullify the 
trical goods increased during/ seizure of the utility. The suit 


failed. 


rise in output of railroad equip-| The union alleged that the 
provisions of the King-Thomp- 
son Act, under which the state 
seized the utility, are “unconsti- 

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L. 
Aronson refused to grant the 
restraining order dnd set a 
hearing for next Tuesday at lum Terrace, and two clerks 
dential building, the value of|which the union would have Were in the back of the store 
total construction contract! to show cause why a temporary When the three holdup men 


tutional and invalid.” 
Circuit Judge Robert 


voted to end #! 
made a rapid recovery from a/ the strike while their attorneys 
low point reached during work! were fighting the state’s strike- 
The attor- 
operations arose “slightly fur—| neys filed suit in Circuit Court 
restraining order 


‘SNEAK’ STORM FLOODS AREA 


\4.9.Inch 


Deluge Hits 
City, Seores 
Flee Homes 


Hurricane-Like 
Downpour Inflicts 
Worst Damage in 


Prince Georges 


A raimladen storm howled 
through flood-harried Penn- 
sylvania and into storm-sick 
New England last night after 
dumping nearly 5 inches of 


area during a 15-hour visit. 

Locally, suburban Prince 
Georges. County was hardest 
hit by the torrential downpour 
that fell almost continuously 
throughout the area from early 
Thursday evening to midafter- 
/noon yesterday. 
| Fast-rising tributaries of the 
Anacostia River routed scores 
from their homes in nearby 
‘Maryland. Sanitation depart- 
ments in all adjacent juris- 
dictions reported drainage 
trouble. 

The storm formed almost un- 
detected off Cape Hatteras, 
N. C.. when cold northern air 
and warm southern moisture 
met. The Weather Bureau de- 
scribed it as a “sneak gale” and 
an “extra tropical cyclone”—a 
non-tropical gale spawned far- 
ther to the north of the normal 
hurricane-birth area—and with 
some of the less severe char- 
acteristics of a hurricane. 

Its sweep northward forced 
storm warnings up throughout 
the coastal path followed al- 
most a year ago to the day by 
Hurricane Hazel—she of the 
177 deaths and $100 million 
damage repute. 

As the storm sped north- 
ward, at 30 miles an hour, its 
\wind velocity alternately grew 
jand subsided. Washington had 
little wind, but New York City 
had gusts up to 55 miles an 
jhour. Rain there knocked out 
two airports temporarily and 
closed. some of the city’s 


ST. LOUIS, Oct. 144 ™ arterial highways. 
Strike-bound buses and street’ 
cars began rolling here again 


to business, a barometer of busi- | today after AFL transportation 
Richard M. ness activity, rose substantially workers voted to-end their four- 


Connecticut, just getting on 
its feet after the devastation 
of Connie and Diane, was hit 
again by flood waters. 

Tidal floods forced evacuation 
of homes in the towns of Mil- 


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gave these other, A state demand for a $10-/ford and West Haven where 
ainst the union *Chools were turned quickly 


into emergency shelters. 

Small New Jersey streams 
whipped themselves into rag- 
in the interior, 


jhammered at the state's coast- 

resort section. 

The Washington forecaster 

foresaw a cool and cloudy day 

here, followed by a steady 
See FLOOD, Page 10 


3 Bandits Rob 
Store of $1000 


Three bandits, two of them 
armed, held up the manager 
of the Carver Food Mart, 5575 
Central ave. se., last night and 
escaped with about $1000. 

The manager, Bernard Tomp- 
kins, 34, of 6502 9th ave., Chil- 


‘injunction should not be grant- Sroke down a rear door. 


ed. 


Tompkins said one of the men 


The strike had forced an es- forced him to go upstairs to 
September, but average hours! timated 250,000 persons to find the safe where he placed the 
of work rose slightly to 41/ other means of transportation. money in assorted bills in a 
hours. Average weekly factory| Business in downtown stores,cardboard box. Tompkins and 
earnings of about $78 were a/fell an estimated 25 per cent the other two were then locked 
new high, and were 8 per cent; while neighborhood shopping|in a men’s room. Police are 
above the previous September.' centers did a booming business,' looking for three Negroes. 


By Michael Monroney 
Staff Reporter 
The District last month 
authorized operation by the 
Capital Transit Co. of about 400 
buses which failed to comply 
with a public vehicle regulation 
on the books since last Febru- 


ary. 

Traffie Director George 

Keneipp said the inspection 
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Minor Crash Reveals 400 CTC Buses 
Unequipped With Mechanical Signals 


the company $40,000 to equip 
the 400 buses with mechanical 
turn signals the February reg- 
ulation requires, but explained 
that all were cleared by the in- 
spection bureau last month 
despite their lack of such de- 
vices, ee 

The situation grew out of a 
minor traffic accident between 
a bus and a private auto Oct. 6 
at Trinidad and Florida aves. 
ne. 


peration Counsel George H. 
Clark that CTC bus driver Rob- 
ert F, Lozo, 26, of 3547 E. Capi- 
tol st., turned in front of him 
from an improper lane without 
giving a right-turn signal. 
Clark said that turning from 


improper lanes is permissible 
for buses because of their 
length. They run over the curb 
in cutting a corner too closely, 
he explained, but he was curi- 
ave i, to why Lozo had not 


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Writer Disputes Gov. Knight’ aDenial., ; 


ASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Saturday, October 15, 1955 ee 


Ike’s Nod Asked! 


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To Avert GOP 


By Charlies B; Cleveland 
Chicago Daily News Service 


LOS ANGELES, Oct. 14—A_ 


Thursdgy, for example, dem-; 


/That He Said Knowland Couldn’t Win — 


Gov. Averell Harriman of 


onstrated @ow the machinery New York can benefit. He 
begins to operate. Top-ranking doesn't have to get into the 


Chicago Daily News interview | Democrats called on Steven- California squabble, but can 


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with Gov. Goodwin-J, Knight son to run for President and’ 


Free-for-All 


Democrats Ask Key 
Candidates to Speak 
At Chicago Dinner 


Knowland Opposes 
Plan for President 
To Pick Successor 


By William J. Conway 

CHICAGO, Oct. 14 #—Plans| ee vee 
were announced today to bring ‘/Te4dy a division of opinion 
together differing factions—as "#8 developed among Repub- 
well as the Party’s leading lican strategists over the best 
presidential possibilities — at method of choosing a presiden- 
next month’s big Democratic “@! nominee in the event Presi- 
dent Eisenhower doesn't run in 

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Paul Butler, Democratic Na- 1956. 
tional Chairman, told news-; Some GOP leaders have been 
men tani Averell Harri- discussing privately the possi- 
man of New York and Sen.) pj; 
Estes Kefauver of Tennessee Me? SMU fe pacmmete Oe 
have been invited to speak at President—in case he intends 
19 at the International Amphi-| he would support for the nomi- 
theater in Chicago. | nation. 

Adlai E. Stevenson and for-' The argument here is that 
mer President Harry S. Truman unless Eisenhower makes such 
already had been booked for @ move, the Republican Party 


By Don Whitehead 


rally. 


has stirred up a tempest in’ 
California. * 

| “Flatly and without any 
equivocation, I never at any 
jtime or place said I didn’t 
think Sen. William F. Know- 
land (R-Calif.) could win the 
|Presidency,” Knight told a 
ipress conference Thursday. 

| Knight's original comments 
that Knowland couldn't win 
were made during an inter- 
view on Monday. 

The facts are that I inter- 
viewed him from 11 a wm. 
until slightly after noon in the 
state building. He said every- 
thing he was quoted as saying 
in the story. 

Knight’s denial was based 
on politics. 

He is earnestly wooing Know- 
land's support in his feud with 
Vice President Richard M. 
| Nixon. 


| Has Own Ambitions 


| In the same Monday intter- 
iview he expressed the belief 
‘that he and Knowland would 
join forces. 

| But Knowland himself is 
/nursing the presidential ambi- 
tions. He has hinted that he 


to enter their primary. 
After Stevenson's Noverffber 
announcement that he will rth, 
he probably will set up a 
committee here who in turn 
will pick a slate of delegates. 
At the convention California 
Democrats will have 64 votes. 
Sixty of the delegates will be 
picked by congressional dis 
tricts, the other four will be 
cast by delegates elected at 
large. ° 
Actually, the at-large votes 
probably will split in half. 


Harriman Could Benefit 


It seems unlikely that Steven- 
son, Kefauver or Nixon can 
sidestep a showdown here and 
still remain a major candidate. 


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sit on the-sidelines hoping that 
‘Stevenson and Kefauver kill 
each other off. 

On the Republican side 
Nixon stands in a win-or<else 
position, while his potential 
'rivals can hide behind the Gov. 
Knight slate. 

Knight has refused to say 
whom he will support except 
(that it won't be Nixon. 


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Butler said all Democratic 
governors and senators were 
invited to attend. 

He said invitations were go- 
ing out to Gov. Allan Shivers 
of Texas and Gov. Robert F 
Kennon of Louisiana, who sup- 
ported President Eisenhower in 


the 1952 election. He also said’ 
that James F. Byrnes, former’ 


governor of South Carolina 
would be welcome to attend the 
dinner climaxing a three-day 
meeting of tne Democratic Na- 
. tional committee. 

Butler said there is no pres- 
ent plan to assign a speaking 
role to Gov. G. Mennen Wil- 
liams of Michigan, who also: 
has been mentioned as a pos-' 
sible entry in the nomination! 
race. And he said that Sen.' 
Robert S. Kerr of Oklahoma) 
has been invited to attend, but 
not to speak. 

Stevenson is expected to an-| 
nounce his 1956 plans during! 
the party rally in Chicago. 
Newsmen asked Butler if it 
would be proper for Stevenson} 
to make his announcement at’ 
the dinner. 


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“I see no impropriety.” But-| without clarification 
ler said, but he added that: “J didn’t regard “a Pepsodent! Deal.” 


‘| the late Sen. Robert A. Taft of 


‘will be ripped apart by a bit- 
ter preconvention fight be- 
tween candidates seeking the 
nomination. They foresee the 
likelihood of another party- 
splitting scrap like the one in 
1952 between Eisenhower and 


Ohio. 


Knowland Disagrees 


Some GOP leaders, as previ- 
ously reported, feel that a nod 
of approval from Eisenhower 
would have such political force 
that it could very well prevent 
a knock-down fight and unify 
the-party behind one man early 


Associated Press 

Hospital in Denver, watch 

Ru Long add the finishing 
touches to the President's birthday cake. 


Sgt. Prempsie J. Johnson of Basile, 
(left), an Army cook, and Maj. Helena 
Quinn, chief of the food division at Fits- 


Ike at 65 Has a Happy Birthday 


IkKE—From Page I 


will retire to Gettysburg at the 
end of this four-year term? 


La. simons 
D. baker 


Sherman Adams, presidential, also wanted me to tell you that 
assistant, said: he will wear the pajamas when | 
“Dear Mr. President: Your| Dr. (Paul Dudley) White comes! 


White House staff has asked to visit him—with the yellow 


in thé~campaign next year. 
But Sen. William F. Know- 
land (R-Calif.), Senate Minority 
Leader, has declared his oppo- 
sition to any such pre-conven- 
tion maneuvering. Knowland 
told a Republican Women’s 


Could he possibly hope for a oa to gh your |e , in "ss 
“ a . | 65t rthday our heartfelt,) “He also sai at the happy 
serene years” in snother Sour ‘our affectionate confidence birthday song was the sweetest’ 
. that the happiness of this day’ music he has heard since he 
written by will be repeated on many, has been in the hospital.” 
—.|many more anniversaries in} The reporters and cathera- 
the serene years that lie ahead.' men also gave Mrs. Eisenhower 


’ 


year term? 
The greeting, 


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Club in Tacoma, Wash., Wednes-' 
day night that no one should) 
be designated as “an heir-ap-' 
parent” to Eisenhower. 

The Senator said: “The Na- 
tion will be better served by 
a wide-open Republican pri- 
mary.” 

And then Knowland 
that 


added 
he 


“Because we know that'a black-and-gold stole, and she) 
Gettysburg has come to mean sent them word she was 
much to you, our birthday gift | “thrilled¢silly.” | 
is a garden of flowering plants| Mrs. Eisenhower had a car-| 
and shrubs for the driveway'penter at the hospital fashion’ 
there. ‘a plastic easel, with compart-| 

“Each time you enter and | ments for’ paints, which the’ 
eave your home, this present President can use while in bed. 
will be—we hope—an enduring She presented it to him today. 
reminder of our devotion to| The President's son, Maj) 
,, you who haye so greatly|John Eisenhower, and his wife’ 


DEBATE—Fr. P. I 


Hall, Butler 


Debate Issues 


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It is generally agreed that a 
Knowland slate would cut into 
Knight's strength, particularly 
in northern California. 

Knowland, who has remained 
out of the Knight-Nixon feud 
so far, apparently took a slap 
at Nixon Thursday when he 
said no one man should be 
designated as “an heir appar- 
ent” if Mr. Eisenhower doesn't 
run. 

Filing of the rival delega- 
tions comes in March, but the 
state primary itself isn’t until 
June, just two months before 
the Republicans meet in San) 
Francisco to name their presi- 
dential candidate. 

The Adlai Stevenson-Estes 
Kefauver battle will follow a 
similar timetable. 

A new state law has a gim- 
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a candidate who fears he; 
can't win. 

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don't know what his plans are.” | smile, a ready quip, an actor’s| Butler took the platform nex honored us by permitting us to\gave him an “auto bridge,” a example, think Nixon may not! 


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perfection with lines, nor an and read from a prepared 
ability to avoid issues, as quali-| statement as though he were 
fications for high office.” laware that Hall’s argument 


serve the Republic and your-|game in which one person can Tisk a possible defeat in his 
self.” play four hands of bridge home state. 
Cabinet members and other President Eisenhower's bed; aw Gives an “Out” 


SIGNAL—From Page I 

Knowland didn’t say at whom would focus on the peace and 

| this barb was aimed and poli-| prosperity issue. 4 
| ticians will have to draw their) The Democratic chairman) ings saluted the President and °° 


CTC Viol 
iolates 
|own conclusions. said his party had not wanted/ told him they were planting “a| 


Signal Ruling Fights Almost Certain to make foreign policy an is-|lane of flowering quinces” at 
| 
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| officials who attend their pene Se oe ger 9 Bee oun The “out” is this: A candi- Your New 
Mrs. John S. Doud, the Presi- date has to file a statement 


dent’s mother-in-law, gave him|/ With the state, saying he is 


“ Fes running. | Suit 
' Gettysburg. \a “Jack Horner pie.” This had, , 

But Knowland’s call for an ord Ag one Leaneed W, Hall, chairman of 4 Jot of strings dangling from a. ? Lagog oe J we vers 
wrong Jeno sRoctinsiy and nig span, Seneey would a to) “But when the Republicans the Republican National Com-| it, — attached to _ Delegates hn. wtcay a ij an 
us no mechanical signals. <Oreciose any agreement among mittee, informed the President | Ppmesent insice. , | a8 

When Clark expressed surprise party chiefs that Eisenhower try to do a huckster job on blican State! Mrs. George Gordon Moore, oo sponsoring the can 
im ; 
Tailored 


peace, when the try to sell this; that the 48 Mrs. 
ne we —_ vr Bova Sern = La- — Eam Sipag to re-|35 an coctasiee” Republican| organizations would plant Nor-jhis sister‘in-law, sent him a 
er buses s division : 
for as little as 


also were without them, and a| Thus it appears almost cer- Product, the Democrats have| way spruce ‘saplings on the/little “autograph hound,” a cloth 
Have your new fal! and winter clothing 


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is in}farm. These will stand along/ figure of a dog on which friends 

subsequent check with Gid- tain that both Republicans and rebuttal with facta” be ‘added. | the driveway alternating with | will be expected to sign their 
Butler said that as for GOP) ay Home ge ae ie — 4 ais hed te 
redit for ace in! me oO e Ss were ’ e® rea roses a a e 
regulations were amended Sept.| and forced to postpone dreams| (ores the shooting there for| signed to give a iaugh, and did.|favorite place in President Ei- 
15 to make directional signals| of “unity until after the noml-| 1) practical purposes stopped| The 50 or so reporters and cam-|senhower’s room—those taken 
compulsory on all 1956 mode]! nations have been made. ‘long before the truce,” and in|eramen on the scene gave him/from bushes in his mother’s 
automobiles licensed in the Dis-| On the Democratic side, #| Indochina, he said, the Admin-'a suit of red pajamas. On each/garden—were forwarded here 
trict and he subsequently in- contest is developing between ‘by Emmet Graham, an official 


istration followed a policy)|tab of the collar were five 
structed his inspectors not to| Supporters of Adlai Stevenson |. nich Adlai Stevenson char-| golden stars, and over the |of the Eisenhower Foundation 
: , try.” Ben-Gurion Ill | 
. b re. restless stirring among sup- coun 3 
rome te, vale gp ol tees Rn norters of Sen. Estes Kefauver| Both chairmen touched on a tape recording of a terrible; - JERUSALEM, Oct. 14 (INS) 
, 4 To Butler’s charges thatthe presents,” Secretary James seriously ill. The communique 
wee oe — - peg sober ts “stockholders and super-big)C. Hagerty said later at a press'did not mention the nature of 
_— y . . 
regulation Su 
United Press thi ible in Mr. Butler‘s 
more than 24 inches from the| The United States yesterday OE ecinaind under a Dem- 
top of the steering post column 
nam \national income but blamed = 
sear. Z | rice su rts for the 
CTC buses, he said, fall with- per coms PF ppo 
Diem’s call for a referendum | nosed of big business represen- 
sel Clark King, in charge of the Oct. 23 to let the Vietnamese tatives, Hall said the De mo- 
office at Municipal Court, said, 
French Riviera, is “an internal) quring the war years. ) 
of the same regulation and was matter” for the Vietnamese to! “,| wish we had more busi- 
In a closing one-minute re-| 
buttal Butler became red-faced |§ 
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Records to which he had ac- of them has announced he will) on taien Guat the| Newsmen also gave him 2 
cess yesterday, he said, showed %e @ candidate. And there is/Were allowed to take ov lasaay Devs Crockett an 
= © , ; 4 the touchy farm problem and'to You, Ike.” 'elosed today that Premier-des- 
se ea gee will pth na big business in Government. ' | “He got a great kick. out of ignate David Ben-Gurion, 68, is 
pee henna in U.S. Reaffirms 
; pport of Diem prosperoity, but not the farm- me to tell you gentlemen how) have suffered a cerebral hem- 
at issue requires turn signal de- . ‘er,” Hall replied that “all these much he appreciated them. He’ orrhage. 
vices on vehicles measuring 
Premier Ngo Dinh Diem, Pre-| Hall promised that the farm- 
i th 14 feet , : 
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are not exempt because of the of state who is living on the|year men into the government 
14 feet provision which is a part 
and make sacrifices to help our 
government,” he said. 
Ike’s Absence Tangles i 
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GOP chairman to Sen. Paul BERR RRR ER RRR RRR RE 
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Giddings said the business men are enjoying|conference, “And he wanted)his illness but he is believed to 

reaffirmed its “full support” of . arm law.” 
to the outside of the bus, or ~—e ocratic-passed f 
A State Department spokes-|“mess the farmers are in to- 

in the exemption provided by 
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intended to cover such vehicles. ‘decide for themselves, nessmen come to Washington 

as he snapped at Hall in reply = 

legal quandary as a result of until either the Legal Division more?” said Butler. 

United States with the Presi-| 

self and his credentials person- | 

Secretary of State John Foste 

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still not been received. 


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Ink Spot ¢ lue Leads 
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* A Baltimore trucker yester- 
day was convicted of lying to 
a Prince Georges County Grand | 
Jury in an attempt to prove a 
Washington man stole three 
‘truck tires from him. 
| An Upper Marlboro Circuit 
| Court Jury deliberated for a lit- 
‘tle more than an hour’ before 
finding Sam Williams, 53, of 
(3914 Liberty Heights dr., Bet 
'timore, guilty of perjury. 
Judge J. Dudley Digges post- 


Saturday, October 15, 1958 3 


\22,000-Ft. Spin i in Jet 
Gives Ace Pain in Neck| 


Col. WilJard w. Millikan,+* P38 oe 
Pye of the transcontinental pom et 
jet speed record, was nursing ay) 
pain in the neck in Walter Reed) | e 
Army Hospital yesterday after 


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dropped from about 28,000 to ' 
6000 feet before regaining con-| 
trol of his F-86 Sabrejet. 1% 
Millikan was returning to An-| ~ 
drews Air Force Base from a) 
routine flight from Calumbus, | 
Ohio, Because of ner at Ane 


[_—== eg THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


in every department. 
Wanted fabries and col- 


during the bad weather jat An-| @4 

poned sentencing until Oct. 27 drews Air Force Base, Millikan} , 
land ordered Williams held un-| was told ‘to land at 7attxent 
der $1500 bond. The crime is' (Md.) Naval’ Air Station. 
punishable by a jail sentence | The Colonel pyiled out his, 
up to 10 years. ‘flashlight to look at a handbook | 

The key piece of evidence to prepare for the landing. He 
against Williams was a small|dropped the fla bent 
spot of ink which appeared in;over to retrieve it ) 
the wrong place on a check the thing he saw were th i “ 
Baltimorean produced as evi- Washington rushing to meet COL. MILLIKAN 
dence against the man he said him. ... ace’s high—and low 
stole the tires from his truck; He finally managed to bring. mee 
in Bladensburg in October, the plane under control, but he | 

pulled out of the dive so sud- Millikan, who lives at 3346) 

Det. Sgt. Emmitt F. G. Gray, denly that he banked his head Martha Custis dr., Alexandria, 
testified that Williams investi- against the cockpit canopy. A set the coast-to-coast jet speed 
gated the theft himself, and! Walter Reed doctor said Milli- record (4 hours 8 minutes 5. 
decided that George D. New-|kan was in good condition and seconds) in January, 1954. He! 
man, 25, a trash collector, was|just needed treatment for awas a triple ace in World 
guilty. Williams told police - | muscle strain jn the neck. | War II. 


cg Ay AF Yields to Whoopers 
After Sally by Bird Lovers 


evidence the canceled od as} 
Tnited Press 


with which he had purchased 
the ‘tire. 
He showed police a _ serial 
number on the check which 
matched the number of the, 
tire on Newman's truck, and 
said he had written the num-| 
ber at the time he bought the’ 
tire. | Defenders of the great white| But that was its way of say- 
Gray said he noticed a speck whooping cranes handed the ing the crane lovers had won. 
of ink on the back of the! owerful Strategic Air Com-| (Coincidently, from Edmon- 
check that apparently had run , Alb th son’ 
‘through one of the pin holes mand a resounding defeat yes- ton, erta, came e sea 8 
| made when it was canceled. terday. first alert that the birds were 
The Air Force announced it on their way South—this time 
was abandoning plans to ¢x- with some little whoopers. 
pand the danger zone around &| iw 4 Fuyller, wildlife ex- 
flash- bombing range off the ; | 
southeast coast of Texas, where Pert in the Northwest Terri- 
the rare birds spend their tories, wired that he had seen 
winters. six adult cranes and two juve- 
The decision ended a pro- niles, the Associated Press re- 
longed controversy which saw ported.| 
Whoopers are 4 to 5 feet high 


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A Pair of Zoocomers 


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testified yesterday 
told the Grand 


Two Quantico Mari 
. . |The “ry an ge the spot 
where e serial number was 
Hos italized bv Crash written on the other side. 
o/ | Experts at the Federal Bu- 
reau of Investigation, Gray said, 
Two Quantico Marines were lawn Cemetery on Eastern ave., reported that not only was the 
hospitalized at Ft. Belvoir Just outside the éast city limits.| serial number written after the 
efter their car slid off Higb- Police tentatively identified check was canceled, but it was 
wan 2 with of Poblcd Seater the dead as Irvin Gunshor, 33; ae with a different type 
' E. J. Mattola, 23; William J./0f in " , 
day and struck a tree. | Kenny Jr., 22, and William Reb- When Williams testified be- ln vida eo cem ate Sed oo and have a wingspread of 6 to 
Virginia state police said the inson. All lived in Baltimore. fore the Grand Jury that he) ities and even the .United|7 feet. They are white with 
ear failed to negotiate a curve.| Oliver Fowler, 23, the only) had written the disputed serial|<..+.<' Fish and Wildlife Serv-black wing tips. - Provincial 
B. Hollow 99 other occupant of the car, was |number at le time he pur- les ‘game officials warned that ju- 
Cpl. Albert B. Holloway, 22, ts:en to a hospital with chest| chased the fre he was indicted |S venile birds are rusty brown 
sustained a fractured leg and injuries. | on a per) charge. The jury' The Air Fores snnouncomens d Id be sily mis- 
possible head and chest in- Underbrush in the gully! ignored his charge against New- ‘made no direct mention of the a a ‘hil & ne whi h 
juries, and Cpl. Lee D. Bragg, ohm whooping cranes, saying only taken for sandhill cranes, wpic 
22, a broken left arm and nu. Screened the wreckage from that there had been a conflict frequent the same areas. 
rous cuts the street and the smashup| . William of interest “between military There are 26 known whoop- 
= mailman was charged with “#5, not discovered until after ne any requirements and private in- (Mg cranes, five believed born 
i 8 gea wi davbreak. Jury was true. sera peean . — this year possibly indicating 
following “ ose F ato ine Police said the car had skid-| Joseph M. English, an FBI ‘°T®S*: an upward trend in crane pop- 
mail truck cohiged with another 4.4 169 feet. documents examiner, said there ‘ulation. Sixty have been born 
vehicle and fqrce¥ that @ar to was no doubt the serial number | 1939 le 56 h died, 
~~ 5 4 Seliman = ot ‘was written after the cancella- G P k Miadier hey aor Gaevetane 
Newion. st. nw, was. charged Riverdale Ban _| tion. as sere nic ot the Interies Dougine Melisy 
after his truck struck a ca . . 
driven by Ralph B. Reanetiash, On Liquor Hit 
45, of 1742 W st. se., im the 2400 
block of Nichols ave. se. | ANNAPOL IS, Md. Oct. 14 
Hagenbuch’s auto, which was a _The Court of Appeals has. 
stopped, in turn struck a car been asked to overthrow an 
driven by James W. Hardie, 48, injunction forbidding the sale 
of 1124 Upshuh st. ne. Mrs.| of spiritous liquor in the Prince | 
Hagenbuch, a passenger in her Georges County community of 
husband's car, was treated at Riverdale. | 
Hadley’s Memorial Hospital and Attorneys for William King | 
released. argued that the 65-year-old 
An accident in Rock Creek covenant on which the injunc- 
Park on Military rd. mw. near tion was based is unenforceable 
Morrow drive yesterday led to because its other restrictions 
charges of driving on the wrong have been violated and time 
side of the street against Sara has changed the residential 
Irene Stern, 45, of 6619 13th nature of the neighborhood. 
st. nw. They contended that the es- 
Police sald she collided with tablishment of shops, busi- 
@ truck driven by Lewis A. nesses and one manufacturing 
Parks, 44, of Baltimore. ,coneern violated the original 
purpose of the covenant. They 
}also said that beer and wine 
is sold in four taverns in River- 
dale and two other stores sell 
spiritous liquors. 
Plumbers’ Safe 


4 Baltimoreans Die 


BALTIMORE, Oct. 14 # 
Four men were injured fatally 
and then lay unnoticed in the 
wreckage for hours today after 
their car went out of control 
down a 15-foot embankment 
and through the foundations 
of an abandoned house. 

The wreck was opposite Oak- 


Thieves looted a Silver! 
Spring plumbing firm of $2699 
in payroll money early yester- 
day, Montgomery County Police 
reported. 

The money, all in cash, was 
contained in a 100-pound safe, 
which the looters hauled out of 
a second-floor office of the S. J. 
Cohen Plumbing and Heating) 
Corp. at 9105 Brookeville rd., 
Silver Spring 


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the theft, police said. 


In asking for the guilty ver- 
dict Assistant State's Yonge 4 
John W. Mitchell said he 
oe became Be Bon 
N nm was guilty and “manu-| 
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prove it.” | 


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Barbecue Sunday 


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roast, sponsored by the | 
Lions Clubs of Accokeek- 
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Head, will be held Sunday 
beginning at 10 a. m. on the 
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shall Hall, Md. 

Trap shooting, turkey 
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Named Officially 


Associated Press 

Secretary of the Interior 
Douglas McKay yesterday des- 
ignated a park triangle in down- 
town Washington as the Samuel 
Gompers Memorial Park. 

The park, at 10th st.” and 
Massachusetts ave. nw., al- 
ready contains a memorial «to 
'Gompers erected in 1933 by 
the American Federation of 


‘Labor, which Gompers headed 


for 38 years until his death in 
1924. McKay said the AFL sug- 
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PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 14 
*—A grand jury which delib- 
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wife, Rosalie, today on charges 
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|that killed Mrs. Doris Jean brought to trial. 


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The jury of 14 women and 


A ladder was|8 men also returned true bills market fortune, died on Aug. 
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months after an elopment ito 
Georgia with a Miami Beach, 
Fla., motorcycle policeman. 
The girl’s mother, Mrs. Ger- 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD Top German Ace k T Riff R Is Come and enjoy « beautiful 
4 Saturday, Octobér 15, 1955 ns: | 3 to rap e ashion show 
aap aaa Freed by Russia — Columns See be pe! 
Around the World . CAMP FRIEDLAND, Ger- RABAT, Morocco, Oct. 14 @| The military action was re-,Republican parties formed a ff 2°Pvic’ model will be crowned Miss 
‘ many, Oct. 14  — Maj. [Three French troop columns/ported as French middle-of-the-|“vigilance committee” to fight At Union Methodist Church 
e Erich Hartmann, to Luft- (drove toward the Spanish/road parties in Morocco swung 'fom quick application of the Upper Marlboro, Md. 
waffe ace in World War II, |Morocean border today in anj|behind Premier Edgar Faure’s|Premier’s plan. | on Sun., Oct. 30, 1955 at 6 P.M. 
Fall of Faure Ma Brin returned to West Germany effort to seal off the frontier|reform program for the protec-| The committee called for im- This program is spon. 
ae : today in a group »f 39 war (behind retreating Riff rebeljtorate and bitterly denounced mediate formation of a three- sored & directed by 
; ; prisoners amnestied by (forces. efforts of extremist French ™@" throne council designed to Mr. Calvin Mason of 
° : Russia. The withdrawing rebels |Settlers to sabotage the plan. med Ben Moul ny Afete ‘wader Upper Marlboro, Md. 
Election, Foes Warned | Siti cee ce he creing ele ener ses rst 
| 8 352 opposing planes, Hart- (in the northeast Morocco. Rebel | Radical Socialist, Socialist and|measure of home rule to this ‘ mat wand new 
' mann was captured by the commandos killed five French part of the Catholic Popular ' protectorate. ‘@ Calvin M. Mason 
PARIS, Oct. 14 @®—Enemies\kerque, also warned a new! “In the face of the impos-' Russians in Czechoslovaka (soldiers in an ambush in the 
of Premier Edgar Faure were government crisis might well|sibility of this majority itself in 1945. He told reporters Riff Mountains along the bor-| ggpemeegreererncnn nc Sn anne eee at 
i teen caaiteninen ‘a aon mean “the absence of France/to establish a common pro-| the Sovietshadofferedhim -der = = | | (RNR sss So) | mp 3 ges. 
next anit if steerage at the Geneva conference—our,gram, @ government crisis 4 chance in 1949 to go to | The French were pushing an 
would doubtless force general Comriunist East Germany encirclement movement against a ae ait 


they topple allies being decided to let us —presumably to help build 


the Premier in bear the responsibility of our elections in November or—a , hundreds of wellarmed dis- oa 
ity up an air force there—and | 
a c on fidence own instability. _ ‘| erisis for the regime itself,” | said they would pay him sidents, in the Aknoul, Boured E 
vote set for He charged the Socialists, Reynand declared. “more money than Hitler and Tizi Ouzli areas. It was | 
Tuesday. Communists and Gaullists By this. he a itt ever did.” ned doning off the S «4 
The warning drove the Faure government to’ Y “us, he meant the whole; "7; declined the offer" he mec St corconing —_ by 
was made by the wall in the National Assem-, fabric of the Fourth Republic said. “Then I was told I had ish Moroccan border through a 
former Pre bly debate on Algeria early to-/might tear at last under the, jeer sentenced to 25 (|Whiech* the French claim the is 
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formal confidence test of his command a majority that demanded the confidence vote COATES TERY AR Gina TIONED : 
Algerian policies. might well bring down the age : AND HEATED WITH ss 
Reynaud, speaking at Dun- government. : approved the government's INDIVIDUAL ROOM CONTROL “ 
iol |policy under which Algeria is : : 
administered as an integral the Cleveland House is located just around the corner from the Shore- 
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The Algerian National Move- feet or one hand and the “water | Cold Storage B i Mehr Teo? Tee AF 08S O88: ' p ; 
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Algeria.” 

The black paper said “Police 
carry out a wave of terror, arbi- 
trary arrests, illegal searches, 
corporal punishments, starva- 
tion of prisoners, crimes for 
which top Nazi leaders were 
tried and condemned.” 

Hadj said since the French 
have challenged the truth of 
brutality reports in--American 
newspapers, the Movement 
“deems it necessary to submit 
its views on the matter.” 

He said his group is aware 
that the United States delega- 


speakable practices to induce | 
agony. 

Arab League V otes 
Backing for Algeria 


Reuters 


CAIRO, Oct. 14— Prime Min- 


isters and Foreign Ministers of! 


the Arab League countries meet- 
ing here tonight decided to sup- 
port self-determination rights for 


Algeria, legally part of France. 
' The ministers, meeting as the! 


Arab League Political Commit- 


tee, issued a statement condemn-| 


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tion to the United Nations sides 
with the French in the matter 
of the recent Algerian disturb- 
ances. But he said “We never- 
theless are confident you will 
not divest yourself from the 
humanitarian aspect of this 
tragic issue.’ 

The black paper said the first 
reports of French atrocities 
were in the French, rather than 
American press. It quoted por- 
tions of stories in French and 
American newspapers 

It said “The civilized world 
has heard with shock and indig- 
nation of the atrocities com- 


ing France's “repressive” policy 
in Algeria, and said alleged 
Western help was “threatening 
peace in that part of the world.”| # 
They said French hesitation 
in granting self-determination to) 
Moroccans also threatened peace,| 
and announced thai they would’ 
continue to support Tunisia until 
it achieves “its national aspira- 
tions.” France granted Tunisia 
internal autonomy this year. 
The committee condemned 
France's alleged “shameful” re 
fusal to allow Iraqi red cres- 
cent and Lebanese Red Cross 


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nial authorities in Algeria have ©©™! @!5 ances. . 
Habid Botrguiba, the Tuni-' & 


roved they have no r in , 
brutality yal mass murder. " sian Neo-Destour (Nationalist) 


It listed some of “the horrors 'eader who negotiated the 
of the French gestapo methods Franco-Tunisian agreement pro 
used to make political prison. viding for homerule in the 
ers talk. protectorate, was expelled from 

Such tortures. it said. in- Maghreb, the self-styled Mo 
cluded starvation, beating with roccan liberation committee, at 
a bull whip, hanging by either'a meeting here tonight. 


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East, despite two Arabian re- initely for Arab agreement on 
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OPENS MOND 


27 Valuable Door Prizes 
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Just pick up your ticket when you 
come to the store, fill out your name 
and address and drop the stub in any 
of the contest boxes at every exit. 
(Winner will be notified by mail.) 


Te be drawn October 24: 

1. Chrysler Air Temp Air Conditioner 

2. 9x12’ Rug from 
Trans-Ocean Import Co. 

3. Westinghouse Roaster 

4. Murray-Ohio Bicycle 

5. 3-pc. Matched Luggage Set by 
Lady Baltimore 


To be drawn October 25: 
6. Zenith TV Set 
7. Brookpark Dinner Set 
8. Lionel Train Set 
9. Whitestone Table Lamp with Shade 
10. 2-pe. Men’s Luggage Set by 
U. S. Trunk Co. 


To be drawn October 26: 
11. Monitor Apartment Size Washer 
12. Serta Perfect Sleeper Mattress 
13. Gilbert Chemcraft Set 
14, Borg Scale 
15. 3-pe. Women’s Matched Luggage 
Set by Crown Luggage Co. 


To be drawn October 27: 

16. 3-pc. Bedroom Suite 
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17. 9x12’ Hooked Rug from 
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18. Rosenfeld Table Lamp with Shade 

19. Proctor Ironing Board 

20. American Flyer Train Set 


To be drawn October 28: 
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22. Homer Laughlin China Dinner Set’ 


23. General. Electric Mixer 

24. Gilbert Erector Set 

25. 3-pc. Matched Set of Women’s 
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26. Roto Broil with Table 


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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD | 


Russia Swings Sat er ake os Sencar cape a 


To Tito in U.N. 


Ry Milton Resser 
UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. 
Oct. 14 W—The Soviet bloe 
switched its support today to 
| Yugoslavia for a seat on the 
iU. N. Security Council, thus 
‘hoping to defeat the Philippines 
land deal the United States a 

| damaging prestige blow. 
| Faced with an East-West! 
deadiock between Poland and 
the Philippines after four bal- 
|lots in the 60-nation U. N. Gen- 
jeral Assembly, the Soviet bloc 
dropped Poland for Yugoslavia. 
After two more hallots, neither 
Yugoslavia nor the Philippines 
could garner the necessary two- 
thirds majority, and the Assem- 
bly voiced no objection to pro-’ 
posals by Britain and the Soviet ' 
Union to postpone additional 
voting until Tuesday. 
Brig. Gen. Carlos P. Romulo, | 
who would occupy the Philip-| 
pines’ seat on the Council in| 
event of victory, did not appear 
idowncast. Romulo, a former) 
Associated Presse =©>Assembly president, said: “The! 
Poland's Foreign Minister fight is not over. We are still | 
Naszkowski appears to be fighting.” | 
, All balloting was secret and 
biting his fingernails while on the first vote Cuba was! 
waiting for the United Na- named to the Council seat being! 
tiens General Assembly te vacated by Brazil and Australia’ 
decide whether to seat hic ‘0 the seat being vacated by 


ee New Zealand 
country or the Philippines | With France absent and one 


in the Seeurity Council, ‘nation abstaining, the vote was’ 
ety ~ 4153 for Cuba and 42 for Australia 
i—both over the required two) 

A bl ' Hi thirds majority. Poland re. 
Ssscecin y its ceived 34 votes and the Philip. 

° pines 33 | 

. On the third ballot, the! 
Turks for Ban Phillippines came within one! 
vote of winning the seat, get-' 

|ting 38 to 20 for Poland | 


On Delegate | After a fourth indecisive hal- 


lot, both the United States 


STRASBOURG. France. Oct.Chief Delegate Henry Cabot 
14 (M—The European Consulta. 'dge Jr., and V. V. Kuznetsov, 


. . } 
head of the Soviet delegation. ; . . ~ ; , ==— 
tive Assembly convened here screed to a 20-minute recess ' <5. | a. < = ; 
today for aA new dri. e tow ard Delegates filed out into the , ier ; — 7 * — Choice of 
Furopean unity and promptly lounge rooms. where vigorous Le | Sf, 
oined in a rebuke to the Turk- '0>Dying could be observed me . : aie ) 

2° estan On the fifth ballot the vote ie sis | t~ Regular Sofa 

, R + 14 was 30 for the Philippines and : “> . ) “ 

AssemDiymen rom 25 for Yugoslavia and o . > * / 

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Trinity Pastor Defends 
Calvinism of the South 


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} THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
8 Saturday, October 15, 1958 aeata a 


Confident Living 


Ego’s Unlocked 
By Golden Key ng se eres 


tine : this Sunday and next by 10 

By Norman Vincent Peale new Methodist churches in tee of Fifty, om \Jt.. black-browed, brown-eyed| 

A great deal is written these days about “problem- ” a ceeaae oblate in pa , ~ 4 ey |and 6 foot 1, stands in his pul-| 
wa 4 : | pit and with the verve of his 


ing’. iques of finding solutions to those ‘fom one week to 3% years, Sheraton -Park 
otic, Tite gery . prototype, Cavalryman Jeb) 


, : have been organized under the Hotel, * 
dificultios that beset the mangseenr nb . , |leadership of the Rev. Dr.John|) The Rev. ' |Stuart, defends the Calvinism | 
Authorities on this question seem to agree on one point. |H. Pearson, superintendent of Harold C. ee ace 
deal effectively with a prob’ —————---——-= the Alexandria District of the Case, president x ie § :, | | 
- you must mad a key | ‘Methodist Church, and by the of Boston Uni- With his clear, carrying voice, | 
ieee seagee prceaige chars . eol- tails and instéad to fix the mind | Rev, Raymond F. Wrenn, pas- versity, will be trained in a choir college, he) 
den key thet many hove wedi TS oe Oe ol the Chureh Extension Ah — makes short shrift of the errors) 
en ke} , , ton | : speaker an | . 
i 7 ' y » dis he princi 
most effectively in unlocking ret oe “s adn “2 one They have been assisted fi-/Federal Judge Dr. Case ees vagal py he tac e.! 
their personalities and thuct™ “© Core nm. ry Ue’ nancially and otherwise by the Luther Y. ples of John Calvin's “Insti- 
entering into a more satisfac (ou ee Se chars older churches of the Alexan-| Youngdahb will preside. jtutes.” | | 
: fied and the right answer found. dria District and the Virginia Greetings will be brought; His logic is characterized by 
er it ag age ae This technique is based on the Conference. from the Washington Federa-.ouihern respect for the Bible 
usimes 


| In a brochure with a map tion of Churches by its presi- oe 
employe whose work was grow- fact that a spiritual approach ..4 schedule for visiting the dent, the Rev. Dr. Albert Pp. 2% God’s Word; his rhetoric, by 
ing worse and worse. It was 


to problems creates the quiet churches, the District Board of Shirkey. The Salvation Army bred-at-Princeton sophistica- 
mind out of which right think- Missions says, “We Methodists Divisional Band, Capt. Ernest tion, through which happily 

obvious to the employer that ing becomes possible. have been building houses of Holz director, will play, and a| breaks now and then the home- 

personal affairs were so much my friend prayed with (G04, and we present 10°young male quartet directed by Jule | ly speech of southern evange- 

on his mind that they were sis couple. He started them congregations to fellow Meth-|Zabawa of Reformation Luth-|lism. His delivery has the spir- 

adversely affecting his useful- thinking about God rather than) vide.” 

ness to the organization. about themselves and their|8™®’' Pride. 


odists and to the public with eran Church will sing. jitedness to be expected of a 

| Many churches have oe — 0 er + eine 2 
: | The tour this Sunday will|' gaged tables for 10 at the! e minister of Trinity Pres- 
So my friend finally had to <eem ms 7, Prac neg ee itake in five churches: Soring- dinner, which will start at 6:45|byterian Church, Arlington, last 
call in the man and ask him | Pet . sseeet puuipentive field (organized 1954), Fran-|p. m. The Chevy Chase Presby-|month preached three times on 
what was wrong. a result, the wife got hold of conla rd, Springfield; St.|terian Church has reserved the most ene ee 
“l have a great many things herself oo completely that she Andrew's (October, 1955), Stone- four tables. of Calvinism, predest os on. 
bothering me,” the man said, became a well person. The | Wall Jackson School, Duke st., C, D. Hudson of Calvary Bap- Predestination is a orious 
“and. in addition, my wife is man is once more effective in Alexandria; Wesley (1954), tist Church is dinner chairman,| doctrine,” he avowed. 3 not 
are business. They are now two|Mount Vernon High School,,and Howard M. Stackhouse,|fatalism—it is not = enta- 

“What's wrong with your happy people—all because they U- S. Route 1: Mount Vernon former president of the Organ- lism—it is not utopian sm. 
wife?” the employer asked. learned to use the golden key (1953), Bellevue blvd. and Fort|ized Bible Class Association, _ Striking at a time-honored 
“I don’t really know,” was to happiness. Hunt rd., New Alexandria, and chairman of promotion. ‘. \libel, he declared John Calvin 
the answer. “The doctors can pay j ‘ ‘ te Cameron (1954), Telegraph and Organized last June as sed se | meant that men, predes- 
find nothing organically wrong, ,,., "éifne FP, ape aha esae: Franconia rds., Alexandria. | laymen s gs gh a baroey for hell or heaven, 

but still she is sick all the fics tre thinking aheot’ God, Next Suaday, Oct. 23: Gra-/ Federation of Siurches, teicouldnt exercise tres will 
time.” > tie Shee Se ae vour(ham Road (1952), Graham rd.|Committee of Fifty oe s he From God's point of view, 
My friend suggested that pos- worries ou will ‘hel tired, in. | between Lee hwy. and Ariing- met ages _s were @ Weleverything is preerdained, be * ee 
sibly he could help them. He omactiy, ? and lifeless. Think|'0" >!vd., Falls Church; Friend- local church. reasoned. The Lord, he said, is;seemed amazed. “Can youlvisitor enters church he is|” 
asked the man to bring his wife| snout Goa aad poms ethane ‘ship (1954), Woodburn School,| sovereign—He knows all—He} sing?” she asked. “Was your) made to feel he is among’ 

to the office to see him. The This will keep your ener ies Gallows rd., Masonville; Cul- can view the foggiest reaches| Daddy a pastor in Clarendon’ | friends. In three years church 

man did so and the three of! sone and di foe wal will ‘more (1953), Leesburg pike and of the future with radar pene-| ye. he replied. She didn’t} membership has risen from 550 
them sat around a conference prong wage nescetell ‘Charles st., near Bailey's Cross- tration. He gg ghee {ek it then, but only a few/ ‘0 1100. ie 
table and talked. The wife win then serve you well as an’ , Fairfax County; St of each soul. On this, He ad days before she had got a letter; This laymen's enterprise 
would present her problems, ,m-ient working tool with Luke's (Gust organized), Free- bestow the tage ABR mre from a friend urging her, be- leaves the minister with time | 
the husband would add others, which to attack your problems dom Hill Elementary School, From that, He will wit = - fore getting serious with any-| to be a pastor and a preacher,” | 
and the problems began to pile Thinking about God is not | .¥son's Corner, Fairfax, and From the ye ~ point 7, one, to inquire about William 4%d now and then help out at, 
up, so much so that it was ap- merely a religious matter, but Trinity (relocated 1955), be- view, the case is di soy 2 Foster Jr. | the Protestant Radio ¢ enter in| 
parent that this couple was com- ‘¢ is also a tremendous mind. tween Langley and McLean, one knows if he is to save They had 29 dates the first Atlanta. He considers his| 


! : wy damned. It is up to the indi- ) preaching a liberal application| .“/ayman's Sunday’ will be 
pletely swamped by their many ditioning technique. State hwy. 123. = days. Alarmed, the friend 8 pp | on ge taal 
difficulties ("England's fanews Cardinal, | vidual to choose. By his own! ote. “Now Dorothy, don’t! Christian fundamentals, rat- coserved in many Wasingis 


| ’ ) : «y| Protestant churches this Sun- 
Fortunately, the employe?ijonn Henry Newman, once| Dr T om Holecom free will, he can accept Chirst pay too much attention to what ing the badge of integrity. “I 
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Missionary 
Rally Is Set 
By Catholies 


A mission rally honoring the 
work of Catholic missionaries 
‘around the world will be held 
Sunday at 4 p.m. in St. Mat- 
thew’s Cathedral. 

The Most Rev. Patrick A. 
O’Boyle, Archbishop of Wash- 
ington, will preside at the rally, 
in which 800 Catholic high 
school students will participate. 
They will represent 25 archdio- 
cesan schools. 

The students will assemble 
near Scott cir. and march down 
Rhode Island ave. to the Cathe- 
dral. Representatives of sev- 
eral religious orders at Catho- 
lic University also will march. 

Sponsor of the rally is the 
Society for the Propagation of 
the Faith, Archdiocese of Wash- 
ington. Its affiliate, the Cath- 
olic Students Mission Crusade, 
is assisting. 

Preacher will be the Very 
Rev. Alfred J. Neff, Superior 
of Holy Cross Foreign Mission- 
ary Seminary at the University. 
The Rev. Martin W. Christo 
pher, Archdiocesan Director of 
the Confraternity of Christian 
Doctrine, is in charge 


‘Educator 
'To Address 
Churchmen 


A Greater Washington 
Churchmen’s Dinner, the first 
major project of the newly or- 
ganized Churchmen’s Commit-' 


Va. Methodists 
Open House 
Planned by 


_ 


By Kenneth Dole 
Btafl Reporters 
The Rev. William H. Foster) 


So 


Laymen 
Will Occupy 
‘Many Pulpits 


ef Fe 
Staff 


THE REV. WILLIAM H. FOSTER JR. 
.+. of Trinity Presbyterian Church, Arlington 


— 


Psychiatry 
Lectures Set 
By Church 


A series of four evening lec 
ture-discussions on psychiatry 


Le Tourneau Scribner 


Lutherans Honor 
Pastor Kraemer 


ry Baptist. 9 « 
Dr iph M 


Department. 

At Trinity Presbyterian 
Church, 16th st. and North In- 
glewood rd., Arlington, 14 men 
will conduct the service and 
there will be 24 ushers, Col. W. 


lia 
Brown Hushes of | 
oss an le Georgetown, on Jan. 16. The Lean, Tex., met Bill Foster) Houston, Tex. where he was °' 
©. nine ne Rev, Raymond Ki  Risbs, subjects were not announced.|trom Sherman Tex., in the col-,an assistant pastor, to Prince-|™iversary = im 
Geet, ine te acto scope!) All the lectures begin at Slice class at the University! ton, N. J., to help in the selec.| praengeaes 2 


) will be given at Westmoreland , + | day. in some cases with laymen 
had been reading a book €M-\wrote a prayer that expresses Or he can turn his back. we told you. We haven't seen don’t want any person to think) °*! 
' : ” 
| the fall and early winter by four|ws, » certain Texan. “Alj/"!m in several years. Wasted |}; lect r Robert G. LeTourneau, well 
the late Emmet Fox. In this) «] need Thee to teach me Lo Preach Here Washington psychiatrists. through my boyhood,” Mr,|Words! Nine months later they’ Es dies eet lec known as a “Christian engineer 
. his | 
simple technique of thinking day's opportunities and needs ant clinical professor of psychi- 1 ine : : : 
’ " stubbornness, his abusing rel-| Now they have four offspring! comes in here.” building a road in Peru in ex- 
a problem through completely | Give me, O my Lord, that purity eg Bi emg En gmt Phe atry at Georgetown Medical) stives, his. drinking. He was|—two girls, two boys, aged 8 3 | change for a million acres of 
step is to shift the thoughts - _ School Board, Nashville, Tenn., « te ’ ; ; 
from the problem and its de- receive. which alone can im ‘will be guest preacher at the Mental Health Is This YOUrNo amount of preachers visit-| having a wonderful time ex Congregational Church, 10th 
prove Thy inspirations. Business’ ‘ing his home could change him. ploring the possibilities of the and G sts., nw., at 11 a. m. He 
s ; . 
|cannot hear Thy voice. My eyes ae mat preachers Sun- *°Ci#te professor of psychiatry|tenigence to change, but he On Monday, the five prin- Metropolitan Baptist Church, 
are dim, so that I cannot see at Georgetown, will speak Nov.' qian cipal Presbyterian bodies will 6th and A sts., ne. 
SERVICE FRANCAIS quicken my hearing and purge the nee M. Johnson. general and Misconceptions.” mean. He drank. And he lost his’ Foster. known through his de- Assistant Executive Secretary| Church, Potomac and O sts, 
a director, Council] on Missionary Co- vanes . S . . g is Ge i = 
Eglise Francaise de Washingion | my sight, and cleanse and re- Dr. William Granatir of the) ...)” ‘nomination as a tenor and % the Armed Services Commis-|nw., the preacher at 11 a. m, 
new my heart. —"s } Gs. se, te Washington School of Psychi- | 
Se a ee “Teach me to sit at Thy feet, Andrew ¢ a Te g,, |atty will speak Dec. 13 and'-avalryman’s technique to win’ Southern Presbyterian hymn > yee he | general counsel of the Treasury 
| is wi ept her off her! committee. ’ ; 
H. L. Stein-Schneider, Pasteur This is the golden key to a professor of clinical psychiatry his wife—he swep i ee. For three years he 
on his 25th an- 


titled “The Golden Key,” by|trio ete. than I can Congregational Church during| One who rejected salvation he has to sacrifice anything to. preaching. 
says. 

book, Dr. Fox advocates the day by day, according to each | The Rev. Dr. T. L. Holcomb.’ Dr. Maxwell Boverman, assist-| roster said. “I heard about his| ¥°e married. | is brains outside when he #24 businessman,” who is now 
and conscientiously. The next! o¢ conscience which alone can School, will speak Monday OM\nard cruel, mean, despicable.| years to 3 months, who are land, will preach at the First 
——— — ~———e| “My ears are dull, so that I Georgetown Baptist Cirurch at Dr. Zigmond Lebensohn, 8%'41, had the personality and in- fine new manse. will speak in the evening at 
French Church 
Thy tokens. Thou alone canst “"e.ivs os 23-08 14 on “Psychiatry—Conceptions| “6 ssid no, no. He was publish a new hymnbook. Mr,|, The Rev. Walter E. Kraemer,| At Old St. John’s Episcopal 

| Operation. American Baptist Convention. ; ‘ 
au Temple St. John . The clergyman used the choir leader, served on the %!0" of the Lutheran Church-|will be Fred C. Scribner Jr., 
and to hear Thy word.” me". 'Dr. Leon Salzman, associate) 
| feet. Dorothy Sitter from Mc-|made a monthly flight from °T¢d this week 
Dimanche « 4 heures happiness. 


Presbyterian Presbyterian 


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St. John’s l, Lafayette square p.m. They are open to the pub- The chief distinction of 
Carponten Chied of ce chapinins ‘lic without charge. 


Chief of Air For 
Christian Churches (Bisriples af Christ) 


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1785 1803 HISTORIC 1883 1947 
NATIONAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 
Connecticut Avenue and N Street, N.W. 


EDWARD lL. R&R. ELSON JONN J. RICE 
RE SCHAEFER—Organist & Choirmaster 


Presbyterian Church, Austin,’ tion. 
Tex. She was a student at Texas the new hymnal, he says, is 


U., he a seminarian at Austin, the number of Psalms—87. 


College. He saw three girls sit- 


_|ting together, one with a charm- 
ing smile, her dark hair done’ Manila. 


Spanish style 


His greatest musical experi- 
ence happened 


in 


liberated 
As a Navy chaplain, 
he directed a huge choir o 


service and re- 
ception were 
held at Calvary 
Lutheran 
Church, Silver 


aad Rev. Kraemer 


| @8sociate secretary, 


Aril 
ham 


H. H. Jones, Defense Depart- 
ment liaison with the House of 


_ Representatives, will preach. 


Other lay preachers: 
Albrisght Memorial, Dr. M. W. Berger. 
Roard of Missions, 
Evangelical United Brethren Church 
Dan Grant 
lay leader 
45 a. m 


9:00 & 11 AM —Worship Service Fifteenth Street Christian a | a : ' 
10:50 A.M. —Worship | “Don't you know the rule in| singers from six nations, which 


“THE LAYMAN’'S HOUR.” Dr. Elson 9:30 AM>»—Sunday Schoo! . 
'this class is that boys sit next) sang the Messiah, at Christmas, Mrs. Kraemer are also mark 


ing their 25th wedding anni- , 


versary this year. | the Army 

Clarendon Presbrierian. Dr. B. H Jare 
man professor f education, George 
Washington Universtty. 

Ceoncerdia Letheran Fvangelical., ’ 

, ayser, ean of wniversity 

waceate, the George Washington Unai- 

rsity 


l‘a 


m 
on, assistant Secretary of 


Oklahoma Girl Wins 


!. Warren Hastings, Minister, William J. Nottingham, Assoc, Minister, 
9:45 AM —Church School 10 $0—Morning Wors 
“THE CLEANSING OF THE 


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Presbyterian. Bladens- 


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ematics major at the Univer 7. Coffey, principal Sf peirten Mien 
sity of Oklahoma, today was Justice Department attorney. . 

. : amline Methodist, Judge Wal'er M 
awarded a $1000 scholarship by | wastan of the United Bates "Dictrmt 
Meunt Vernen Presbrterian, A's 


———— the National Association of Court ’ 

New Jerusalem | Manufacturers. dria, Edward E. Dougherty and Robert 
| Jt was the first college schol- hve Presbytertas. James: Bunter 

arship given by the NAM to Sily 8p. m. Lyman 


‘ i Jrt.. Maryland Uni it 
help students in science and!“ Trinity’ Bpiscopal, Dr. Arthur Stanton 
business courses. 


Adams. president of the American Coun- 
ication 
| A. Mi. Ez. Zion 


cll of 
JOHN WESLEY | 


P-TA Panel Topic 
To Be United Nations 
A. M. E. ZION CHURCH 
National Church of Zion Methodism 


“Our children and the United 
Nations” will be the subject of 

14th and Cereeran Ste. N.W. 
&. Prankiin Jackson D.D Minister 


a panel. discussion of the 
11:00 A.M.—LAYMEN'S SUNDAY. Charles Barrett Elementary 
GUEST SPEAKER 


School Parent-Teacher Associa- 
$:00 P. M.—SUPREME COUNCIL 
SERVICE 


roadc t7 PM. ov WOOK AM 1340 and WFAN-FM 100.3) 10:50 A M.—Worship. LAYMEN'S SUNDAY 
(Broadcast a ver an ‘to girls?” he asked with pre-| before audiences ranging from 
| “Who is that upstart?” the 
Chevy Chase Preshyterian 
He called at her house and| promote friendship. One hun- 
Qi eth & Curda, Minister’ Greek Orthodox 


Church School—10-12:15 P.M. | SSS = | hs to 11 thousand. 
igirl asked her friends. That) tional talent in the “colony 
CHEVY CHASE CIRCLE ¥. Nottingham 
She|dred laymen weave the first 
CHURCH SCHOOL—-8:20 and 11:00 A King St. Ale Kenneth & Curtis on new arrivals in the com- 
ST. SOPHIA GREEK | 


WwW Paul 
Asso 


Beses N-9. L-2- Care 46 & 42 Step tm Front of the Cherch /tended authority. 

He has also shown organiza- 

night she learned. | program” he has developed to 

MORNING WORSHIP—$:30 and 11:00 A.M. SS ——————— introduced himself. 
strands of a network of R Estes of Altus, Okla., a math- 
YOUTH GROUPS— 6:15 and 7:30 P.) ilver 5. ne voll, Satateter” 
PERSHING DRIVE _ munity. From the moment a 
ORTHODOX CATHEDRAL 


CHURCH OF THE PILG VIENNA. VA. 


Gilt of the Preshyterians of the South to the N 
On the Parkwer ot 74 and F Str N. 
Ministers: Andrew . DD... Is 6. Gr 
19 oe i M.—Sunday School Nursery during Morning Servite 


Mt REDEEMI TIME 
GONTINUATION OF GCOSPEL OF LUKE Dr. Denald G.) Miller preaching 
both services. Dr. Bird conducting. 
6:18 P.M.—Youth Groups 


GEORGETOWN PRESB 


Pounded 1760 
Russel! Cartwright Stroup, D.D.. Minister 
CHURCH'S TEMPORARY HOME IS 
OLD ST. LUKE'S CHURCH 
Wisconsin Avenue and 35th St. H.W. 
9:45 A.M.—Sunday School. | P 
11:00 A.M.—Worship. “LIGHT IN THE LONELY DARK.” | 


THE NEW YORK AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN 
13th and New York Ave. N.W. 
The Rev. George M. Docherty, D.D., Minister 
The Rev. K. Warriston McCracken, Associate Minister 

William Wetkins, Organist Stephen H. Prussing. Dir. of Muste 
9:30 and 11:00 AM.—THE LORD'S PRAYER, “OUR FATHER.” 
8:00 P.M.—"STEPHEN, THE MARTYR.” 

Dr. Docherty preaching all services. 


$:00 P.M.—Congregational Fellowship in Peter Marshal! Hall. —_ 
° : LUTHER PLACE 
Northminster MEMORIAL 


l 
WHLLIAM BH. KEPLER and WILBUR A. KR. SIDDONS, Ministers in aN. AW. 
DONALD asie 


Donald BE. Reese, Minister 
Beulah Rd.. Vienna, Va. 
Worship 10:56 am 


COLUMBIA HEIGHTS CHURCH 
Ll 


Lodwie. Minister: Maiédwin A Davies. J Worship 10 om. and 1:30 p.m 
clate Ministers: Harold W. Dickenshects. Mini CHURCH 
ANTIOCH CHURCH Pershing Drive and N. Highland St. 
36th end Mass. Ave. NW. 
Very Rev. Almiliance Laloussis. 
Pastor 


on ost uney er Spring Baptist, & p 
18th Bt. above @ KW. 

Rev. William F. Wunsch. Minister 

10:00 A.M 

i} 


Ch Bayer, Minister 
12th St. and Eastern Ave. ¥.W 
Worshie 11°00 a.m 

TAKOMA PARK CHURCH 
David L. Watterworth, Minister 
New York and Chicago Aves. 
Worship 6:45 & 11 AM. 
Church School 9:50 A.M. 
Religion Today 10:20 AM 
TWELFTH STREET 


Divine Liturgy 10-12 Neon 
Sundays and Holidays 


-M.—Chureh Schoo! 
M.—Adult Bible Class 
our net Worsh 
OUT ME YE CAN 
NOTHING” 


5S A 
00 A 
Wy 


1812 123th Street H.W. 
: id, Minister 
Worship 11 a.m. 


. Gutheran 


James 
McKin) 


Clayton 
(p22, Meiaier, 
‘Lutheran 


Church of the Reformati 


212 EAST CAPITOL 


Pastors: Dr. Lawrence D. Folkhemer, Reo. Donald W. P 
F. Blackwelder. Pastor Emeritus; Jule Zadaewe, 


4115 16th St. NW. 
Rev. Thomas J. Daniels. Pastor 
Rev. Demetrios G. Kalaria. 
Ase't Pastor 


Saturday Evening Veepers, 1:36. 
Matine and Divine Litursy 9%:30-12 


-- -_-_—— 


Rd. Arlinetes. Ve 
m. 


tion Tuesday at 8 p. m. at the 
school in Parkfairfax 

| Participants will be David 
‘Pepper, State Department em- 
,|ploye assigned to the National 
War College and former adviser 
to the United States U. N. Dele- 
gation, Carrington Williams, 
Justice Department attorney, 
and two seventh grade students. 


Senday ot 11 a.m 


“COSMIC 


CONSCIOUSNESS. 


nit Anitarian 
TLCA 
¢. Associate 
inister of Must 


‘Polish National Church 


ST. FRANCIS 
POLISH NATIONAL CATHOLIC 
Bethlehem Chapel, Washington 
athedral 
Mth and Woodley Road, N.W 
Rev. & Kaminski «JO. 1-227}: 
Polish Mass 11:00 A.M. 
Nursery During Service 


D 


Senday Scheel alse at 11 a. ™. 
Philesephy & Yosa Wed. at ; .. =. 
@ULDEN LOTUS TEMPLE OF THE 

SELF-REALIZATION CHURCH 

(Nen-Secta urch) 
estera Ave. near 49th Street ¥.W. 
te estern & 49th Sts.) 
Paes! D. Gable. Organist 
ALL ARE W 


“We heave come te @ new epoch in 
history in which re 

the move to adjust i 
understanding of the 
to retain its 

lidren. Nursery lives. 
Young pies 
. Wesley Sadler 


Virginia 


6.12 
Meetins 


= = —E 


Spiritual Scteuce 
First Spiritual Science 


Suite 631. 1424 K 8t. NW. 
REV. ALICE W. TINDALL, Pastor 
Private Appointments— 

ME. 8-0973—CO, 5-1149 
Spiritual Healing Message Meetings 
Tuesday and Thureday, 8:00 PM. 


Tuesday. 2:30 PM. 
Developing Classes Wed. 8 P.M. 


-*Bivine Truth 


Creating the 
Blue Print 


Subject at the 


Almas Temple Auditorium 
1315 K Se. N.W. 
Sun., Oct. 16, 11 A.M. 


All material things are 
made according to a master 
pattern. That is true of 
every building, automobile— 
everything in physical exist- 
ence. Human life is no ex- 
ception. Your life is being 
fashioned daily according to 
the blue print in your sub- 
conscious mind. This is the 
law that Jesus taught. From 
where did that blue print 
come? Although you may 
not realize it, you created it 
yourself, Let us show you 
how to create a new biue 
print that will greatly im- 
prove your life. | 
Dr. Ar thor Jay Ge oon, Milalater 

ureh ¢ F ase Fie and 

7426 13th Street, N.W 

Phone RA. 6-1313 


Bixteenth and Harvard Streets NW. 
Minister 


DER. A. POWELL DAVIES. PD. D. 
11:00 AM.—Morninge Worship 


Sermon by the Minister. 
“THE RIGHT TO 


GEORGIA AND = 
ALASKA AVENUES 


Congregational 
CLEVELAND PARK 


2400 Lewell St. N.W. 
Alfred W Wurst DD eed 
Janis Benson Cripe, Christian 

ducation 
9.30 AM.—Church School, 
11°00 AM —Worshi and Sermon: 
“CHRIST'S FAITH : ORDINARY 


(Nursery for pre-school children) 


Congregational ‘ 
“THE ROCK SPRING 
CHURCH 


(In Arlington?) 
t Fa 


HOLY TRINITY 
itth 4 CH 
9:30 a.m.—Church RT eticces tees Worship Services At The Luther Statue FALLS CHUR 


' Dp. Ar Bivd. & Woodlawn Ave 
9:30 and 11:00 A.M—"DOERS OF THE WORD. Rev. Walter B. Freed, DD | lington “of A 
ludge Norris C. Bakke, Speaker. Edwerd Pastor 


The Rev. Walter G. Mars,' 
Fellowships: Jr. Hi. 6 P.M.—Gr. Hi. 7 P.M. Young Adults 8 P.M. Asst. Pastor ' 


SIXTH 


ROBERT N. OERTER. JR. 
9:30 A.M.—Church School. All ages. Nursery 6 Primary during service 
9:30 and 11:00 AM-—Layman's Sunday. 
Mr. Alfred Jackson, Williamsport, Penna. 


Adult Dagerimen 
8S. G. Khaliq, ‘Modern rrends of 
Islam tn Pakistan” 

Marquis W. Childs. “Civil Liberties 
and the World Crisis.” 


’ MY. VERNON UNITARIAN 
CENTER 


(Nureery 


Holiday omse. Mt. Vernon Bivd. 
at 
11 AM.—M 
ce 


transmitted special wire. 
10:45 reve Aen of Religion. 
Current Problems Forum 
itted to Mt. Vernen, Goutheast & 
ollege Park at 9:45am 
UNITARIAN CENTER 


t 


St. Paul's 
PALLA CHURCH. VIRGINIA 


LEESBURG PIKE & IDYLWOOD RD 
Gerald E Kuhn Pastor 


9448 AM.—Gunday School & 
Bible Class 


9:30 end 11:00 A.M.—Worship 
1’ —WNursery at both Service 


FAITH LUTHERAN 
Arlington Bivd. Arlington, 
Pasters: Carl G. Mengerines 
Eimer J. Kicia 
$:15 end 11:00 AM 
Worship Services 
9°15 and 11:00 AM.—Chureh Schoo 


: -_ GOOD SHEPHERD 
HRIST LUTHERAN |" Aietanarin’ virginia 


{6th & Gallatin Sts. N.W. TA, 89-6718 
William F. Bruening, Paator 


POUR Y 


PR 
7:00 p.m. 


— nO ear — 


. Freed 
06 P.M. Luther Lee 
. m—Youns Adult Fe 


FAIRFAX CO 


Rev. Hubert &. Beckwith. Minister—Parsonace Phone CK, 38-1882 
11:00 AM.—Worship—@undey School—Nursery School 


5: 
6:00 p ahip. 


AUGUSTANA 


Meeting at Annandale 
Elementary Scheol 


speaking. 
6:30 P.M.—Sr. High Westminster Fellowship. 
7:30 P.M.—Young Adult Group. 
Wednesday. 8:00 p.m.—“THE HOUR OF POWER.” 
S-2 Buses stop at the Door 


1966 BM. H.W. WESTERN ©. Stewart MeKencte. 


Minister 
9:48 A.M.—Sunday School. 7:00 P.M.—Young Adults 
11:00 A.M.—Mr. Leonard Gustafson, Christian Business Men's Commis- 
sion, speaking. 
7:00 P.M.—Wednesday, Mid-Week Service. 


MARYLAND 


al 


TAKOMA PARK 


Ministers: Pas! 
9:30 & 11:00 A.M. 
9:30 end 11:00 AM.—’RISE 


9:30 end 11 AM.—Church Sch 


es 


WESTMORELAND 


Western & Mass. Aves. at the Circle 
11:08 A.M.—Morning Worship. Laymen's Service—Address by Walter 
P. Harman, Roy L. Roberts, and Brig. Gen. Conrad E. 
Snow with participation in the service by Robert King, 
David Cox and Leroy A. Halbert. 
9:30 and 11:00 A.M.—Church School 


9:30 om ey 
mecae — Wena ve Philip Gordon Scott, D.D., Minister 
W. L. Inderstredt, Minister of Education 
9:30 and 11:00 «a.m. Hereld Ash, Director ef Music 
Identical Services 
“IT'S LATER THAN 
YOU THINK.” 


4:00 PM. Fireside 
“AROUT ANGELS” 


will be tran 
10:45 a.m, School of Relist 


COLLEGE PARK CENTER 
| RE—vU. of 4 Campus 
pe eee Worship 
rvice from Al! Souls’ Church trans- 
t specia! - 


ad 


7 PM.—Youth Groupes: 


AM.—Sunday School. 
8:30 and 11:00 am. & 11:06 A.M.-—~Worship Services 
Fon in rn heen BOR GOD NEEDS YOU. 


ST. PAUL'S 


ones te ae 


—Church , 
11:00 A. , THE TR 


CONGREGATIONAL 


10th & G Sts. N.W. 
Ministers 
Charlies W. Parker 
Whitford L. Hall 


rahing Dri 
ROSS A. WESTON, Minister 
Services 9:15 & 11:15 A.M. 
‘THE REDISCOVERY OF THE 
BIBLE”’—-3. The Bible as a Book 
of Life. 
9:00 & 11:00 A.M, Church School 


ye me 


UP ; 

ook , P.M. —Youth Fellowship 
VIRGINIA 

THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH | 


onSRS RAE Peas whaaes® “erent side 


A. & Minister 
9:30 and 11:00 AM.—"GOD'S MEN.” Mr. Yount. 
(Nursery during Service) 


Old Prefbyterian Meeting Houfe 
| BI sol ras ow 
KENNETH @. . 
Me Sim ART hat acy rhea ri = 


whee 


7: 


| 
Carl Heath Kopf 
Minister of Musict 


9:45 A.M.—Church School. (Classes for every age.) 


Meeting Place— Fairfax High 
School—Fairfaz, Va. 


Worship = 4 Church 


, Sanday —-10:00 A.M. 
Nursery during service 


District of Columbia 
GRACE LUTHERAN 


4300 16th St. N.W. 
Murtiand, Pas 


M.--"“BUY 
Maryland © 

Mee ttyl ht AN 

ee chmae 


T 
10 


iON 
Wor- 
Bun. 


| 
| 
/ : 


11:00 A.M.—Hear R. G. LETOURNEAU 
(Famous Christian Layman) 


6:00 P.M.—YouthGroups. 


ie 


4 : ‘ 
St iw eae 


A ME Py 

a ae aioe 
ae ER aheal 
' * a es 


News of the Churches Boys’ Home Marks Centenary 


By Kenneth Dole 
Moravian Fellowship 
Moves Place of Worship 


The Washington Moravian Fellowship has moved its |Cat 


meeting place from Foundry Methodist Church to the oral 


Luther Place Memorial Church, Thomas circle nw. 
Beginning this Sunday Moravian services will be held 


there the third Sunday of each’ 


month at 3 p. m. 


The Rev. Dr. Vernon W, 


Couillard, vice president of the 
Eastern District of the Mora- 
vian Church and dean of the 
Semi- 
nary, Bethlehem, Pa., will con- 


Moravian Theological 


duct the first service. 


A religious education pro- 
gram for handicapped Protes- 
“— children unable to take 
par 


classes will start this Sunday 
at St. Luke Evangelical Luth- 
eran Church, Silver Spring. 
Children may be registered by | 
calling Mrs. George Wetherill, 
dUniper 8.4835. 


GROUNDBREAKING SET 


Ground will be- broke at 
4 p. m. Sunday for the new 
$100,000 church and parish hall 
of St. Alban’s Episcopal Church, 
Annandale———The Minnesota 
Avenue Christian Church will 
hold a stewardship-evangelism 
crusade Oct. 
ings every night except Satur- 
day—— Washington District 
Methodist Men will hold a cor- 
porate communion at 8 a. m. 
Sunday at Asbury Methodist 
Church———-The Rev. Nelson 
Melvin of Aurora, lil, director 
of evangelism for the Advent 
Christian General Conference, 
will conduct a preaching mis- 
sion at the National Advent 
Christian Church, 5909 Riggs 
rd., Chillum, Md. Oct. 16-23. 
-——-The fall school of religion 
at Grace Lutheran Church will 
convene at 7 p. m. Sunday.—— 
Gen. George Brandon Booth, 
head of the Volunteers of 
America, will address the 
Forum Class of the Mount 
Vernen Place Methodist Church 
at 10 a. m. Sunday——— William 
B. Barton, Foundry Methodist 
Church lay leader, will preach 
there Sunday——James Harry 
McReynolds of Dallas, Tex., 
will lecture on “The Arvail- 
ability of Divine Power” at the 
Fourth Church of Christ, Sci- 
entist, at 8 tenight. 


Vice President Richard 
Nixon will open the Second 
National Conference on Spirit- 
ual Foundations, Oct. 2426, 


in regular Sunday school | 


| pre 
‘air bases in French Morocco 
Friends 


19-30 with meet- 


| with a@ short address. The 
conference, sponsored by the 
National Foundation for Reli- 
gious Action, will be at the 
Sheraton-Cariton Hotel. 


$200,000 DRIVE BEGUN 
Christ Episcopal Church, 


General 
of Columbus.——The Rev. 
‘Frank K. Brasington of 
First Baptist Church of Silver 
Spring left this week for a 
aching mission at American 


——The W of 
Buddhism Society will meet at 


5 p. m. next Saturday at the 4. ™. 
Thai 


Royal Embassy —— The 
Rev. Dr. Edward L. R. Elson 
will address the Men's Club of 
the First Preshyterten Church, 


‘tien, will address the Men's 


Brotherhood of the Bethesda 
First Baptist Church at 7 p. m., 
Tuesday ———-The Chevy Chase 
Baptist Church will begin a 
series of six family night pro- 
grams at 6 p 


counselor of Bolivia, will speak 
to the Brotherhood of Lather 
Place Memorial Church at 6:30 
p. m., Wednesday.——A special 
class on Lutheranism will begin 
at 9:45 a. m., Sunday, at Christ 
Lutheran Church, Bethesda. 


——Dedication of the new par- 


ish hall of the Good Shepherd 
Episcopal Church, Burke, Va., 
has been indefinitely postponed 
because of the death this week 
of Mrs. Frederick D. Goodwin, 
wife of Bishop Goodwin, who! 


was scheduled to dedicate the ‘of the Greek _ Orthodox Church | 


building this } Seneey. 


The Very Rev. William A. | 


Donaghy, president of ‘Holy 
Cross College, will address 


the John Carroll Society at a | 


breakfast meeting at 10 a. m., 
Sunday, at the Mayflower 
Hotel. 


' 
' 


pen house and reception 1867. 
for the laity will be held at the former gery om five 
Home, Eastern ave. and Rand- lum on G st. ee 


through the buildings and from the beginning 
grounds. The Ladies’ Board In 100 — od Joseph's 
will act as hostesses. ‘been a ho 


brated at 4 p. m. ithere now. 


Orphan Asy- 
n 9th and 
olph st. ne., from 2 to 6 p. m. 10th. The Sisters of Holy Cross 
Boy residents will escort visitors have administered the home 


has) 

me for boys. 

Benediction will be cele-'About 50 boys, aged 7-17, live - 
orm, 


TRE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
rere ee 9 


Five lectures emphasizing 
ace of mind is not bought 

aply” will be held under 
: ound iatrists beginning Nov. 7. 
The first speaker will be the 


Harvard Divinity School, lead- 


ing theologian-philosopher, who! ; 


r.| will talk on * ‘Existentialism and 
- \Psychoanalysis.” His lecture 
will be at 8 p. m., at All Souls’ 


Church (Unitarian), 
e has written an exten- | Harvard arty 


boy di the loots. which | 
being published in booklet 


of 


*'§ pringtield Church 
'To Dedicate Ist Unit 


The first unit of the Spring-' Chure 
field, Va. Methodist Church) 0nd service. 
will be consecrated at two serv- 


sing. 


Speaker at the first service a house, with 
will be the Rev. John Bilake- 
more, pastor of Trinity Meth- 
odist Church, Alexandria, The 
_|Rev. Dr. John H. Pearson, su- 
rintendeht of the Alexandria 

istrict of the Methodistiutility rooms. 


Pp. m. 
The new building 


Pastor Bernthal 
To Be Installed 


from Balboa, 
be installed 

preach at the sec-\lehem Luthern Church, 
The Rev. George W. Harrti- 


son, minister, will officiate at 
ices Sunday, at 9:30 and 11\noth services. The choir will 


refresh- 
ments, will be held 1:30-5:30 


has an 
auditorium seating 400, 15 class- 
rooms, two offices, kitchen and 


ChurchMis- 


Cardinal Gracias Will Visit D. C. 


Two high ecclesiastics will of North and South America, | j,, 
‘preach at 10:30 a. m. Sunday 
Gracias. at St. Sophia Cathedral, 36th 
t st. and Massachusetts ave. nw. 

he will ad- 

1 aress four Eastern Orthodox 
‘Youth groups in a service at 


visit Washington next week. 
Valerian Cardinal 
Archbishop of Bombay, the firs 
aioe. | India 
+ cardinal, 


t 7:30 tonight he 


/Monday and| las. 


souri Synod. 


graduated from Concordia 
Theological Seminary, St. Louis, person and $12 per couple 


have two sons and two daugh- ave. 
—_ none of whom will live Chaplain 
ere. 


the faculty of the Washington 
School of Psychiatry. 

This school and the Washing-' 
ton Seminar on Religion and 
Psychiatry are sponsoring the 
“\lectures, which have the gen- 
16th eral title, “The Interrelation. 
st, 4 ship Between Religion and 
, Psychiatry.” 
™’ | Other lectures will be given| 
: Jan. 20, Feb. 17, March 16 and’ 


The Rev. Herbert T. Bernthal, 
Canal Zone, X. 
as pastor of Be 


April 20, by Dr. Edith Weigert,| office of Dr. Leon Salzman,! 
the | 927 18th st. nw. (in per 


Psychoanalytic Institute; 

Rev. Dr. Joseph F. Fletcher of} 

the Episcopal 

‘School, Cambridge, Mass.; Dr. 

‘Lesslie H. Farber, chairman of 

4 d the faculty of the Washington 

Bec’ School of Psychiatry, and Dr. 

Bern Rollo May of the William 

we. thal Alanson White Institute of 
A native Texan, Mr. Bernthal Psychiatry, New York 

Fee for the course is $8 per 


1923, and has served Single lecture tickets are $2 


hewiked in Arkansas, Wiscon- Tickets may be obtained from 
sin and the Canal Zone. 


Washington School of 
1703. Rhode Island 
the Office of the 
of St. Elizabeths 
\Hospital (in person), and the 


the 
Pastor and Mrs. Bernthal Psychiatry, 
rw.; 


Tuesday. Cath- 


Moravian 


Bowntown Evangelical and Reformed Churches 


olic University’ 
will present 
him with a 
scroll at a re- 
ception at8 
p. m. Tuesday. 
Arch bishop 
Michael of New 
York, Prelate 


Services held in 
THE CHAPEL OF LUTHER PLACE 
MEMORIAL CHURCH 
at Thomas Circle 


lard. Dean Morevian Theolow! sical 


3 
Coull 
The v. Dr. Vernon W. 
ary. Bethiehem Pa. 


Gracias 
Speaker 


MORAVIAN CHURCH | 


GRACE 


feces sad © Me 1. 


Nursery during service 


Baptist 


Church of Brethren Church of Brethren 


Washington City Church of the Brethren 


Pourth Street ea North a Avenue Southeast 
Duane H. Ramsey. Minister—Harcia & Moyer. Associate 


A M.—Church Bchoo 


M.—Group Meetings: Children, vouns People and Adults. 
M.—Movie: “Money for The Mast 


Music For All Churches 


~ 
| 


Eptaropal 


MARYLAND 


WILFON LANE & CORDELL 
(Nr. Ol4 Geergetewn Rd.) 
LANEY. Minister ef pence ston 


BETHESDA FIRST 
BA oor, A er P.M. Pe. a B- 9:46 A.M. Youth, 6:30 
BRIGGS BAPTIST $144 Massachusetts Avenue 


Westmoreland Hills, Md. 
Harry A. McKnight. Jr. Minister 
“A 


day Schoo) Classes for all. 6:00 PM. B. TO 
ye. AE She NECESSITY OP PAITH’ 7 
00 P'M—*“A FAITH THAT WAS POUND WANTING 


DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 


CHOIR PLACEMENT BUREAU 
SINGERS, DIRECTORS, ORGANISTS 
PLACED IN CHURCH POSITIONS 

Mrs. Bernice C. Yingling, 3000 Conn. Ave. N-.W 


AD. 4-1586 


HO. 2-9562 


—..- 


Churrhes 


of Christ 


FALLS CHURCH 


Broad Street and Church Place 
Robert C. Of. Minister 
roe sie and 11:00 se... 


pm 
10 60 am. Bible Studs 


ARLINGTON 
29 North Irving Street 


Worship 11 o.m 746 p.m. 


HERALD OF TRUTH wal. ABC NETWORK 1 pm 


2800 MINNESOTA AVE. ££. 


Billy 
Worship 8: 


CHURCH OF CHRIST 
tit = St Decatur wes 
Holton. Minister 


Werte 1) AM. and 86 PM. 
8-2 Bus stops at the door 


Minister 
end lla.m end 7 om. 


Nazarene 


16th and Webster Sis. N.W. 
$:45 A.M.—Sunday School. 


vw 


Nazarene 


FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 


William C. Allshouse. Pastor 


Nursery during both services. 
LAST OPPORTUNITY TO HEAR 
REV. AND MRS. WILLIAM FISHER 
GIFTED PREACHER AND TALENTED MUSICIANS 
AND REVIVAL SERVICES. 
Sunday 
10:50 AM—"OUR DATE WITH DESTINY.” 
7:45 P.M.—"THIS WAY TO FREEDOM.” 
8:45 AM.—Sunday School Rally. 
Take Georgia & Alaska bus up Webster on Rie. 29 


Christian Science 


CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES 
AND READING ROOMS IN 
GREATER WASHINGTON 


Branches of The Mother Church, The First Church of 
Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts 


for a sweet smelling savour. 


SUBJECT OF LESSON SERMON OCTOBER 16, 1955 
DOCTRINE OF ATONEMENT 


Golden Text: Ephesians 5:2. Walk in Love, as Christ also hath loved 
ts, and hath given himself for us an offering and « sacrifice to God 


Washington, D. C. 

FIRST CHURCH 

Columbia Pd. & Buclid St. N.W. 
SECOND CHURCH 

3160 Penna. Ave. $.E 
THIRD CHURCH 

13th & L Ste. N.W. 
FOURTH CHURCH 

$505 16th St. N.W. 


FIFTH CHURCH 

1238 Sist St. NW. 
SIXTH CHURCH 
4441 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. Sun. 
4510 4émd St. N.W. Wed. 
SEVENTH CHURCH 

1302 Rhode Island Ave. N.W. 
EIGHTH CHURCH 

22nd & Jeckson at R. L. Ave. N.E. 


First Church, Arlington, and First 


1532 Connecticut Ave. N.W. 
1601 Eye Street N.W. (C.S. Bldg, 
l4th & G Sts. N.W. (Colo. Bldg) 
1405 Park Rd. N.W. 

(Riggs Bank Bldg.) 
2315 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. 
1302 Rhode Island Ave. N.W. 


‘ACL ARE 
: 


HOURS OF SERVICES 
Sunday Morning Services and Sunday Schools at 11. Second Ch. Ar 
ton, Sunday School also at 9:30. Sunday Evening Services in F 
and Fifth Churches, Washington and First Alexandria at &. 
Fourth Churches, Washington and First Church Chevy Chase, 
soe. Tete: ete SS alee eae 


Society first and third Wednesdays of each month, 


CHURCH— GTON 
3101 Arl Blvd. at No. Highland &. 
SOCIETY—FAIRFAX, Town Hall 


Maryland 


FIRST CHURCH—CHEVY CHASE 
7901 Conn. Ave. 

FIRST CHURCH—HYATTSVILLE 
6221 43rd Ave. 

FIRST CHURCH—SILVER SPRING 
Flower Theater, Sun, 
8722 Flower Ave. Wed. 


Third and 


Church, Hyatteville, at 


MARYLAND 


ST. MATTHEW'S PARISH |" Avenue one 
Rev. Alfred Warren Burns, Rector fer. 
8:00 & 645 AM—Church School 8438 AM—Holy Communion 


PINKNEY MEMORIAL CHURCH 42nd Ave and Galletio et. 
7:30 A M.—Holy Communion 11:00 A M.—Morning Prayer and Sermon. 
633 ty 4 Ave. Sliver Spring. Md. 
ASCENSION ©. Robert Miker, moster 
8 AM.—Holy Communion. ae A.M.—Morning Prayer. 
9:30—Holy Communion & Church School. Nurseries, 9:30 & 11 A.M. 


ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA 


EMMANUEL. Russell Rd. and Mason Ave. 
Services 8. 9:39 and i’ 


RCH OF ST. CLEMENT 1701 Quaker Lane. Maurice # Hopson, Rector 
8:00 A.M.—Holy Communion 9:30 AM ~™ —-4 Service and Church School 
11:15 AM.—Morning Prayer & Sermon. Nu Kindergarten. 


DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 


S Nor wan. cx.| CHRIST CHURCH 
GEORGETOWN 


7:45 A.M.—Matins 
: ~ A.M.—Low Mass 
Tist and O Streets N.W Since 1817. 
Rev. Joha BR. Anschuts. D.D.. Rector 
Services: 6. 9:30 and 11:00 A. M. 


Trinity Church 
rey.as® BS p22 


. Riebard Gary, Assistant 
he gepdn Comm union 


le 
rt Warren Carlson 


J. Jaquelin Ambler, Rector. 
AM. 


8:00 P.M.—Evenec ng 6 
Benediction 

Low Mass Mon. thru Friday at 7; 

Tues., Thurs. & Sat. at 12, Matins 

1S min. before. Evensong daily, 

5:45. Confessions Sat. 5 to 6 P.M. 


OLD ST. JOHN’S 
Georgetown 
William “Sharp. "Rector 


Rev. Judson Waees. Curate 
a 9:18 AM—Cherch School. 
Sunday Sch ant | Services 8:00 and 11:00 Ass. 
Wurge for infe 11:00 AM —Hon. Fred L. 


“Pry =e Prayer & Sermon 
lef o orce plains 
Ho) ~~ 


rvice o every tock day at noon Gen. Counsel for U. 6. 
. Speaker 


ealing Service 5:30 P.M. 
18th Street between P and Que, N.W. 


ST. THOMAS’ Near Dupent Circle 


The Rev. Harold Bend Sedgwick, Rector 


8:00 A.M.—Holy Communion. 11:00 AM-—Sunday School. 
11:00 A.M.—Morning Prayer & Sermon. 
The Rector. 
(Nereery tn the Parish House.) 
7:30 PM-—Young Adults (20-35 years). 
Parish House. Mr. Stuart Irvin. 


A M —Holy 


union §:15 AM —Holy unioa 
PH Sa M.— Morning er: The Rev. 
‘Tuesday and x Spee 10:30 atte, 


The Church of the Epiphany 


8:00 AM.—Hely Communion. 10:00 A.M.—Adult Bible Class 
10:00 A.M.—Parents’ Class, Children’s Choir and Nursery. 
11:00 AM.—Church School & Nursery. 
11:00 A.M.—Morning Prayer and Sermon. 

“THE CANDLE OF FAITH” 
5:30 P.M.—Young People's Fellowship and the Sunday Nighters 
8:00 P.M—Holy Communion with sermon by the Rev. Warren E. Mace 


ASCENSION AND ST. AGNES 


11:00 A.M.—High & Mass Sermon. “PUTTING ON THE NEW MAN.” 
Detly Mass, 7 a.m., also Thurs. 9:30; Confession Sat. 4-5, 7:30-8:30 p.m. 


ALL SOULS MEMORIAL CHURCH 
| 2300 Cathedral Avenue Just East of Connecticut Avenue N. W. 
Rev. Prank Blackwelder, Rector. Rev Alvin LaMar Wills, Associate Rector. 
8:30 A.M.—Holy Communion. 9:30 A.M. Church School Bible Class. 
11:00 A.M.—"A NEW RELEASE.” Mr. Blackwelder. 


6835 Little Falls 
3150 Wilson Blvd, 


8616 Georgia Ave., Silver Spring 


Cathedral 


7:30 a.m., Noon, 4 p.m. 


CHEVY CHASE 5471 Western Avenue N.W. 


Edward O. Clark. ye Rev. John W. Lanes. Minister of Education 
as A M_Dr. George E. Bigge will be speaker. 
11:00 AM—Dr. Hugh M. Milton 1, Assistant Secretary of the Army 
for Manpower and Reserved Forces will be speaker. 
9:45 A.M.—Sunday School. 6:00 PM.—Family Night. 
Nursery for Babies and Small Children, 9:45-12:15 PM. 


PETWORTH 7th and Randolph Streets N.W. 


Rev. S. Lewis Morgan, Jr. Pastor 

Broadcast Over WFAN (100.3 Mc), 11:00 A.M 
9:45—Sunday School. 6:30—Training Union. Nursery al! 
11:00 AM. and 7:45 P.M-—Rev. R. Bwon Hughes, Memphis, 
seo, preaching. 


_ 
Services. 


Tennes- 


GEORGETOWN BAPTIST CHURCH 
3iet and N a Northwest 
Rev. W. Kersey, Minister 
a 9:45 Bible Sch ol 6:45 P.M 
11:00 AM.—Dr. T. L. +, Nashville, Tenn. 
preaching. 
8:00 P.M.—Movie: THE WHOLE FAMILY. 
Nurseries at a)! 


BT I 
B.T.U. 


sicomb, 


Services. 


First Baptist Church Sit. fist. 


MEETING AT COMMUNITY CENTER. 14th nd @ Ss NW 
UR NSTRUCTION OF NEW B 


9:45 and 11:00 AM—"THE PRIESTHOOD OF BE ELIE ER 5.” 
Dr. Pruden. 
5:30-7:45 P M—Teen-Age Fellowship Group. 
1611 16th St. N.W. 
6:15-7:48 PM—Young People and Adult Fellowship. 
Baptist Bidg., 1628 16th St. N.W. 
8:00 mecson 4 Service. “WHEN AN IRRESISTABLE FORCE... 
Mr. Anderson, Chapel, Baptist Building. 
2 Dr. Seebetns W. Crump, Paster 
Cemple Baptist Donald Elsing, Guest Organist 


$650 NEBRASKA AVE. N.W. AT MASS. AVE. AND WARD CIRCLE 


9:30 AM.—Gunday School 7:00 PM.—Youth Meeting. 
11:00 AM.—“THERE 18 NO ESCAPE.” 
8:00 P. M—"THE NAMB CHRISTIAN.” 

4 Church noted for tts Friendly People 


GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH 


Oth St. and South Carolina Ave. SE. (at Penna. Ave) 


Af FP. CLOUGH, TH.D., Pastor 
HOOVER. Assistant Paster 


9:30 AM—Bible Schoc School, ¢: 30 P-M—B.T.U. 

11:00 AM.—Mr. James Coleville, Representative of C.B.M.CL 

7:45 PM-—"PREPARE TO MEET GOD.” 

7:00 P.M.—Wednesday, Bible Study. 8:00 P.M.—Praise and Preyer. 
We Preach the Old Fashioned Gospel 


NATIONAL BAPTIST MEMORIAL 


BDWARD B. WILLINGHAM, Minister 

245 von ren vo POSITIVELY HAPPY.” 
9:40 A.M.—Bible School 6:45 P.M—Training Fellowship. 
8:00 P.M.—"FROM THE CEDARS OF LEBANON TO THE DEAD SEA.” 
Third in series of illustrated sermons with pictures taken 


in color by the pastor last summer.) 
(Nursery Will Be Opes During Al) Gervices Except 6:45 A.M.) 


Free Morning Parking, 1636 Columbia Rd. N.W. Have tiches 
stamped im Church Conference Room. 


CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 


Church of Holy City, 


Mr. Prank 
9:00 and 11:15 AM-—Worship Service. “THIS IS YOUR OTHER 
LIFE.” Dr. Ralph M. Johnson, General Director 
7 of the Council on Missionary Cooperation of 
the American Baptist Convention, speaking. 
16:00 A.M.—Church School 10:50 AM.—Organ Recital 
6:00 P_M.—Interest Groups for al] ages—nursery through adult 
7:30 P.M.—Vesper Service. “THE PARABLE OF THE WEDDING ROBE.” 
Dr. Cranford, preaching. 
Nursery open during all services. 
8:00 P.M.—Services for the Deaf—Mr. Francis C. Higgins, leading. 


Dr. Paul Tillich to Give 
~|Psychoanalysis Talk 


Rev. Dr. Paul Tillich of the| ™ 


16th and | | 


It 
A Fw arte will be led by) 
the Rev. Dr. Albert T. Mollegen | 
the Virginia Theological!” 
Seminary, author of a chapter! = 
in a book of commentaries on | 
Tillich, and Dr. Hanna Cohn, 
psychologist and member of) 


| 


| 


Acnitversiit’ 
Of Convent | 
To Be Marked 


The 165th anniversary of 
founding of the first Cathol 
convent in the original 13 
States will be observed*Sunday 
at Mount Carmel, near Port 
Tobacco, Md. 

Mass ‘will be celebrated in 
the new Pilgrims’ Chapel on 
the convent site. The preacher 
will be the Rev. William A. 
Horigan of La Plata, Md., and 
the celebrant, the Rev. Robert 
Riad of the Discalced Carmelite 
Fathers at Catholic University, 
Besides the chapel, two of the 
original convent buildings have 
been restored. The convent 
was founded in 1790, and va- 
cated when the sisters moved 
to Baltimore in 1831. 


Unity 
UNITY 


1158 15th Street N.W.. Di. 7.3496 


DR. PAUL TILLICH 
.~ will speak here 


Theological | Psychiatry was founded in 1936. | 


n). 
The Washington School of 


Bivine Srtence | 


1733 Eye St. N.W. 
Affiliated With 


. Minister: JU. 6-0801 
16:00 «. m@.—Sunday Gchool. 
11:00 46.m.— Worship 
. RST SA 


MENT” 
es. 12 Noon “Lessons in Truth” 
ed. 8 p m. “Lessons in Truth” 


2460 Six 
GRACE L. FAUS Minister 
SUNDAY. 11:00 A.M 
THE EVOLUTION OF THE OLD 
TESTAMENT” 


“THE SPIRITUAL SEEKER” ' 


| 


Untuersalist Universalist 


? 


UNIVERSALIST CHURCH OF SILVER SPRING 


10501 New Hampshire Avenue, Rev. David Hicks MacPherson 
10:30 AM.—Church and Church School. “PROPHETIC RELIGION.” 


—_ — <—-—— 


UNIVERSALIST NATIONAL MEMORIAL CHURCH 
Corner 16th and & Streets N.W. 
REV. SETH R. BROOKS, D.D., Minister 


10:45 AM —Church School 
11:00 AM —Worship: “HOW TO APPRECIATE THE NEW TESTAMENT.” 


— eee 


| Methodist Mirthodist 


100 Maryland Ave. NE. 


Oxnam,. DD. L.LD 
wards, D.D. and, Asbury Smith, D.D. 


Headquarters 
Bishop ©. Bromie 
District Superintendent Philip C. 


ARLINGTON 


Glebe Road at South Eighth St. 
Arlington, Va. 
W. Kenneth Haddock, William A. Lyons, Ministers, 
9:30 and 11:00 A.M.—Church School 
9:30 and 11:00 AM-——LAYMEN’S DAY BERVICE "BE YE DOERS.” 
Dan. L. Grantham, Alex. District Lay Reader, 


° 7:00 P.M.—Senior Evening Fellowship. 
Nursery During Morning Services 


MARYLAND 


CHEV Y CHASE 7001 Connecticut Ave. (At Shepherd) 
Ministers, Clifford Homer Richmond and Charles Rother, Jr. 

9:30 and 11:00 AM-—Layman’s Sunday. 
“THE RELIGION OF GIVING,” Francis G. Cole, Speaker. 


HYATTSVILLE First Methodist 


Baltimore Avenue et Hemilton Stree 
SDGAR W. BSECKETT. ~_ ~ 

© Deustes Cooner, Assistant Min 

9:00 AM.—Church School in the New * ed a sonal Building 
Three Identical Services at 9:00, 10:10 end 11:15 A.M. 

“THE TOWER OF BABEL.” 
Children—Ample Parkine to the Rear of Church 


DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 


UNION METHODIST CHURCH 


t tj. ww Onee Blocks Above White House—Just off Penn, Ave.) 
a By Lewis M. Minister Harold White, Minister of Music 


_a 
11:00 AM—"THE SACRI FICE OF OBEDIENCE.” 
6 30 PM.—Ye uth Wesley & Young Adult Fell 


’-30 PM.—"THREE WAYS OF LOOKING AT LIFE.” 
Visit Methodiem’s Historic Downtown Church—Same Sanctuary Walls Since 1848 


HAMLINE 16th and Allison Sts. N.W. 


andes Aree Leatherman, Minister 
Skinner, Minister of Muste 
9:45 A.M.—Church Schook—All I at dees: 
11:00 AM-—Layman’s Sunday. 
The Hon. Walter M. Bastian, Lay Preacher. 
(Nursery—Registered Nurse in Attendance.) 


Nebraska & New Mexico Avenues 
Metropolitan Memorial The National Methodist Church 
EDWARD GARDINER LATCH, DD. 
Rev. John Charles Walker, Rev. Richard L. Cookson 
9:30 and 11:00 AM—Sunday School. 
9:30 and 11:00 A.M.—"INCREASING OUR INFLUENCE FOR GOOD.” 
11:00 A.M.—Reception of New Members. 
7:00 PM.~—Youh and Young Adult Groups. 
At the close of the 11 o'clock service, colfee will be served in the 
vestry giving all our people an opportunity to greet our new members. 


CALVARY Concsatens 00 Sue end Ges bénse 


1459 Columbia N.W. 
Jebna 


Louts A. Borie, *"Bitteser o} usie 
9:45 A.M.—Church School Classee—11:00 A.M.—Nursery Care. 
Two Morning Worship Services 
11:00 AM.—Dr. Charles F. Boss, Jr., Executive Secretary Board of 
World Peace of Methodist Church, quest epee 
7:30 PM.—Evening Worship for everyone 
8:00 P.M.—Methodist Youth Fellowship 
8:00 PM.—Wesley Young Adult Fellowship. 


WESLEY 11:00 A.M.—Worship. 


“THE LEADING OF LIGHT AND 
Conn. Ave. end Jocelyn St. X.W 


TRUTH.” 
9:30 AM.—Church School. 
KLEIN K. HADDAWAY, D.D. 
Temple Dunn. Director of Musie 


Nursery Provided for 


owsh ips 


11:00 A.M—Nursery 6 Kindergarten. 
4:00, 6:18 & 7 P.M.—Youth Groups. 


CONGRESS HEIGHTS MET HODIST 


or. George L. Connse instr” “Kerf "Searls, Assistant Minister 


9:30 and 11:00 AM.—Sunday School. (Nursery During All Services) 
11:00 AM.—Layman’s Sunday. “WHY BOTHER?” Archie Fisher. 

6:00 P.M.—Intermediate Fellowship. 6:30 P.M.—Youth Fellowship. 
7:30 P.M.—Mrs. Joanna Nelson, Speaker. 


Methodism's Historic Shrine in the Heart of the Capital. (Est. 1814) 


FOUNDRY 


16th Street Near P N.W. 
DR. THEODORE HENRY PALMOQUIST, MINISTER 
9:30 AM—Church School. 
LAYMAN'’S DAY 
9:30 and 11:00 A.M.—Mr. William B. Barton, Lay Speaker. Subject: 
“THE OTHER SIDE OF THE ROAD.” 
11:00 A.M.—Dedication of the JOHN T. JONES MEMORIAL. WINDOW. 
aren by Dr. Frederick Brown Harris. Special dedication 
Servic 
8:00 GE a jermon_ by Dr. Palmquist. Subject: “A PATTERN FOR 


MT. VERNON PLACE’ 


Meseachueste ve, of St and 5 Bis, HW. 


10:00 A.M.~Church School for all ages. 
8:00 and 11:15 AM— 


8:15 PM—~"Bupper and Fun.” 
A CORDIAL WELCOME! 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
10 Saturday, October 15, 1955 


Surprise Storm 


Floods D. C. Area 


Photo by Lawrence Krebs 
Mrs. Alton Billingsley, 3350 Chillum rd., North Brent- 
wood, was attending a party when flood waters began 
tmrise and had to be helped home by firemen Everett 
Cooper and George R. Donahue. 


INP Photo by Arnold Sacks 


Scores of persons were evacuated from homes in the 
suburban Maryland area by boats but this Bladens- 
burg dog decided he could make it by himself. 


Se ee ee 


1, RE in ’ a_i 
is yn % POON rr mn 9 « 


FLOOD—From P I 


clearing that should add up to 
a bright fall weekend. 

In the Washington area 
muddy rainwater choked roads 
and sewers and swamped low- 
lying floors and basements. 
Total of 4.98 Inches 

Weary homeowners with hur- 
ricane damage bills still unpaid 
again brought out pumps and 
mops to soak up the seepage 
from the 4.98-inch downpour. 

The Anacostia River’s North- 
west Branch once more swelled 
into a churning brown lake and 
more than 100 persons from ad- 
jacent North Brentwood were 
forced to evacuate their homes 
late Thursday night. 

Four boats and four rescue 
vehicles removed the families 
from flooded dwellings in the 
3900 block of Allison st., 30th 
pl. and 40th st. to the town hall. 
From there they moved in with 
friends and relatives. 

Ducks swam to and fro across 
the 3900 block of Allison st. in 
perfect V formation. 

Councilman Wallace Williams 
stood on the porch of his home 
at 3018 Allison st., surrounded 
by water, and shouted to re- 
porters on dry land: 

“This is the fourth time in 
two months. It hasn't been as 
bad as this in 50 years.” 

Mayor William D. Bellows 
said, however, that yesterday's 
flooding wasn’t quite as deep as 
those that followed the hurri- 
canes, but the total damage 
would be similar—about $50,000. 

The Northeast Branch, as 
usual, spilled over its banks 
and stalled about 15 tractor- 
trailer trucks in up to § feet of 
water at Peace Cross. 

Further upstream, irate resi- 
dents of Edmonston said the 
damage was lighter than that 
caused by Connie and Diane 
but several were facing the 
same repair bills that had not 
been paid since the last floods. 


School Is Closed 


Edmonston School was closed 
when the basement was flooded. 
Two doors from the school, 
Mrs. Angella Richardson, of 
4709 Decatur st., said sadly, 

“I'm disgusted.” 

Previoys floods had forced 
her to replace cracked base- 
ment floors and rotted walls. 
She had an unpaid bill for $60 
for oil burner repairs. Her 
basement and burner were 
wet again. And the mosquitoes 
were back. 

Decatur st. residents claimed 
they never experienced such 
floods before the start of the 
flood control project on the 
nearby Northeast branch. 

. Yarnoff, Army planning 
engineer for the project, in- 
sisted, however, that the proj- 
ect has not interfered with the 
area. 

He inted out that even 
after the project is completed 
in 1957 there will still be base- 
ment flooding unless local 
authorities provide storm sew- 


ers to carry the waters to 
pumping stations and intercep- 
tors. 

In the vicinity .of 52d and 
Emerson sts. residents com- 
plained that construction of 
the new Edmonston rd. near- 
by was washing mud over their 
yards and basements. 

Elsewhere in Prince Georges 
County, a few families were 
evacuated from flooded homes 
in the vicinity of Upshur st. in 
Bladensburg. Indian Creek 
spilled over its banks near 
Beltsville and autos on Route 1 
were diverted at Montgomery 
rd. and Power Mill rd. 

Runs Water Taxi 

In New Alexandria at the 
southern end of Fairfax County, 
the Mount Vernon Rescue 
Squad ran a water taxi for the 
families of Tom D. Hughes, 805 
14th st. and V. L. Knapp, 809 
13th st. 

Flooding in the New Alexan- 
dria community is due to a 
clogged drainage ditch. Citizens 
said the State Highway Depart- 


ment has agreed to clear one 
end of the ditch and the Fair- 
fax County supervisors are due 
to decide Wednesday on 
whether the County will clear 
the other end. 

Much of the Belle Haven golf 
course was under water. During 


aot oe ae —- 


the mornirig rush hour a section 
of Mount Vernon bivd. rear 
Belle View was inundated. 

The northbound lane of Com- 
monwealth ave. between Caton 
and Custis sts. was closed when 
the pavement alongside a sewer 
trench dropped several inches. 
There were numerous c¢om- 
plaints of flooded basements in 
Alexandria. 

80 Trouble Calis 

Arlington County authorities 
reported a total of 80 calls on 
backed-up storm and sanitary 
sewers and overflowing storm 
drains. 

Drainage and Rock Creek 
overflow closed a section of 
Beach rd. and the parkway at 
Jones Bridge rd. in Montgomery 
County. Rainwater washed 
away a section of fill at the 
Washington National Pike 
cloverleaf on Route 28, strand- 
ing several autos. 

In the District, Anacostia 
dr. between S. Capitol st. and 
Sousa Bridge was closed, and 


there were barricades up at 
Kenilworth ave. and Deane st. 
ne. and Benning rd. and E. 
Capitol st. Flooding was also 
reported at Benning rd. and 
42d st. ne., 4lst and Clay sts. 
e., in the 3100 block of O st. se. 
and in the basement at 3100 
Connecticut ave. nw. 


Mud from the new Edmon 
ston road (left) in Edmon 
ston, Md>“filled the back. 
yard of this honie at 5208 
Decatur st. to a depth of 


> 
* 


Bags 
». 


ser 


three feet. 


The muck 


covers almost half of the 
basement door and has 
submerged three steps of 
the stairway at right. 


<—_— 


Backyards in the 5200 
block of Emerson st., Ed- 
monston, hadn’t recovered 
from the flooding during 
Hurricane Connie when 
they were hit by floods 
such as this yesterday. © 


yy See 
Le x %. ‘ & 


Kserte ey y 
, pen, we 
“ Pe? ee 
Keg: Pa FORE R 


It's the Peace Cross 
tuation normal | 


a 


By Artbur Elis. Steff Photosrapher — 


By Arthur Ellis. Staff Photesravhes, 
It was a fine day for these visitors to this home in the 3900 block of Alli- 
son st., North Brentwood, Md. But the owners of the home weren’t on 
hand to greét the ducks; they had been evacuated during the night. 


2 “ « ————— 
PRR "esate 
Ce ee 


Associated Presse 


The Mount Vernon Rescue Squad removes the Thomas D. Hughes family 
from their home at 805 14th st. New Alexandria, yesterday. 


Bob Addie’s 
Column... 


COLUMBUS, OHIO, Oct. 14—Woody Hayes, Ohio 
State coach, is a dedicated man but like many dedicated 
men, he’s apt to dedicate too much to the present and 
not enough to the future. 

Woody finds himself in a strange predicament this 
season, Last year he had a quarterback named Dave Leggett, 

who directed the Buckeyes to victory 
in 10 games, including the Rose Bowl. 
Leggett never had much time to get 
a cup of coffee because he played 535 
out of a possible 600 minutes and four 
times he played every minute of the 
game. 

The trouble was that the under- 
studies didn’t get much action. Woody 
was thinking of using a boy named 
Frank Theiss this year as quarterback 
to succeed Leggett, who graduated. 
The only trouble was Frank played 
all of one minute of varsity ball last 

vi year and then was ineligible for 

Addie spring training because of his studies. 

So Woody had another boy named 

Bill Booth who played only 16 minutes all last year. Bill 

broke his hand so that shelved him for a while. In despera- 

tion, Hayes converted ap end, Frank Ellwood, into a quarter- 

back. “And then people wonder why we lost to Stanford,” 
Woody moans. 


ELLWOOD IS BY WAY of being a “veteran” since he 
played four whole minutes in 1954. With a green quarterback 
and a squad crippled by the loss of 17 lettermen, Ohio State 
didn’t do very well against Stanford, which hasn’t done very 
well against anybody else. That should be an object lesson 
to coaches who insist on getting every available second out 
of their varsity men while the heirs-apparent get rusty on 
the bench. 

Woody squealed like a stuck pig when his boys were 
bumped by Stanford after beating Nebraska. Hayes didn’t 
actually think he had another undefeated team but he didn’t 
figure to lose to Stanford and now, with Duke coming up, 
he doesn’t know how to class his team. 

Ohio State isn't exactly empty-handed this year. For in- 
stance, there's Howard (Hopalong) Cassady, everybody's All- 
America choice for halfback last year. Hoppy is a coach's 
dream, a breakaway runner who can also play on defense. 

The Bucks have another speedster in Lee Williams, & 20- 
year-old Negro who is also Olympic track timber. Lee was 
the top scorer last spring on the Ohio State track team, 
specializing in the 100, 220, broad jumps and the hurdles. 
Some say he'll eventually outstrip Ohio State's most famous 
trackman, Jesse Owens. 

THEY COME BIG in college football these days. Ohio 
State has one end, Bill Michael, who weighs 225. The tackles, 
Dick Guy and Frank Machinsky, go better than 225 while 
Left Guard Jim Parker weighs 248 and Right Guard Dave 
Weaver 191. 

The oddity is that the Ohio State right end is a 160. | 
pounder named Leo Brown. He’s the lightest Buckeye end | 
in 40 years but so far nobody has been able to get him out | 
of the lineup, , | 

The Duke-Ohio State meeting is going to be interesting. | 
This is the first meeting between the two teams and we'll | 
be able to get some idea of how the Big Ten compares with 
our own Atlantic Coast Conference. One game, of course, 
couldn't supply the answer but to Big Ten adherents, that’s 
all that’s needed. 

It’s quite possible that good football is played elsewhere 
except the Midwest, but a football fan from this area would 
be hard to convince. It could be that all of us have allowed 
the Rose Bowl results to influence us. The Big Ten always 
seems to be making a doormat of the Pacifie Coast Con- 
ference. 

However, looking at Ohio State’s record against Eastern 
and Southern teams, the Buckeyes may be pardoned if they 
think they play better football. Ohio State has played 20 
games against Eastern and Southern opposition since 1913 


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GOING AGAINST PENN—George Washington 
University’s only victory last season was over 


Penn, 32-27, and the Colonials hope to beat the 


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————— = Game Two 


Hours Late 


By Dave Brady 


Staff Reporter 


CHAPEL HILL, N. C.. Oct. 
| 14—Several Marytand football 
players became ill today as the 
ichartered plane which brought 
ithem from Washington circled 
lover Raleigh-Durham Airport 
ifor two hours, 15 minutes be 
fore it got clearance to land at 
2:35 p. m. Washington time. 

The scheduled one hour, 22 
minute flight took more than 
three hours because of the 
murky weather which covered 
this area in the wake of a heavy 
storm. 

The Terrapins were sched- 
uled to leave Washington's Na- 
tional Airport at 10:30 a. m. 


. TEAM RECORDS 
MARYLAND we ii- CAROLIN 


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bd] ylor orcia 

" Wake Forest 7 

58 Totals 23 38 Totals _ 
today for Saturday's 2 p. m. 
ame with North Carolina here. 
ut Maryland's plane had to 
wait until 11 a. m. because of 
theheavy traffic jam. 

The plane made ond pass at 
the Raleigh-Durham Airport 
but the pilot decided against 
landing with a ceiling of 200 
feet. After turning the plane 
toward Greensboro, N. C., how- 
ever, he was notified the fog 
jhad lifted and he set the plane 
down at its original destination. 


Pet 


fullback Bo Austin 


RE Re ae 


| Sturm, halfback Bill Weaver, 
and halfback Pete Spera. 


By Charies Del Vecchio. Staff Photographer 


and to date has won 13, lost 4 and tied 3. 

THE IRONIC THING is that the Ivy League, supposed to | 
be the weakest of the big ones, has a good record against | 
Ohio State. Cornell defeated the Buckeyes on both occasions | 
the two schools met. Princeton beat Ohio State once and | 
tied another time. 


‘Before 82,000 


Duke Faces | resus 


Record 33,000 to See 
Penn State vs. Middies 


By Martie Zad 


Staff Reporter 


UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa., Oct. 14—A record crowd of more 
than 33,000 is expected when the undefeated Navy football team 
meets Penn State in Beaver Field Saturday at 1:30 p. m. (EDT). 

The unscored on Middies are an 11-point favorite. 

The Beaver Field attendance record is 32,384, set last year in 
& game with West Virginia, Upwards of 33,000 tickets already 
have been sold for the game which has been a sellout for more 


than a week. 


Although the two teams have met 24 times in a series dating 
back to 1894, this will be Navy’s second appearance at Beaver 
Field. 
entured up this way the Middies drew 

*23.000 fans to the old wooden 
'stadium which seated only 15,- 
(000. That was a record which 
|stood for 25 years. 

Both teams will be missing a 
lineman. Penn State 
|\End Doug Mechling is in the 
| Bospatas with stomach trouble. 

Navy's regular tackle Jim 


Navy, Notre Dame, GW Favored Today =::<" 


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Staff Members 
Cover Nation’s 
Biggest Games 


Washington Post and 
Times Herald staff members 
will be on hand te cover the 
biggest games in a weekend 
of great football. 


Here’s the lineup: 
TODAY 


B 
Neve at Penne State—Martle Zad 
Netre Demme et Michigan Sitate— 

Shirley Pevich. 

George Washingtes at Penn—Jerry 

Davis. 

Deke et Obie State—Beob Addie. 
Syracuse at Army—Herman Biack- 

man. 

VME at Fits- 
gerald. 


Virginia — Maury 


SUNDAY 
Cleveland Brewns at Washington 
Redskins—Jack Walsh and Shirley 
Pevich. 
PHOTOGRAPHIC COVERAGE 
Marviand at Nerth Careline—Joe 
Heiberser and Charlies Del Veechic 


Cleveland Brewns at 
Charies Del Veechie. 


Maryland at North Carelina—Dave | 
rady. 


Redskins— | 


| Waiting for the same plane 
since 1 p. m. was the Duke Uni- 
| versity team headed for its 
game with Ohio State tomor- 


ers most affected by the 
suspense in the clouds were 
regulars end Bill Walker, and 
halfback Jack Healy. John 
McVicker, third string half- 
back, also became sick. 

The storm which caused to- 
day's heavy weather followed 
ithe same path as last year's 
|Hurricane Hazel. North Caro- 
ilina was delayed in its train 


| trip to College Park by that 


Rugged Michigan State 
Plays Spirited Irish 


By Shirley Povich 
| Stal Reporter | storm. 

EAST LANSING, Mich., Oct. 14—The unbeaten, untied and| As the Maryland squad 
/unscored-on football team of Notre Dame will be out to con-|rested tonight, the skies were 
ivince unbelieving fans tomorrow that it belongs at, or near theiclearing and the forecast for 
top, of the national rankings. The immediate objective is a tomorrow was clear and cool. 
victory over Michigan State, A heavy rain fell on Caro- 

They'll collide in the Nation’s top game, with coast-tocoast|lina’s Kenan Stadium Thurs 
television cameras grinding out the story from the 2 o'clock! day night and the field was not 
| (Eastern Standard Time) kickoff at Macklin Field, where the| covered. However, the field 
' 52.000 seats have been sold out since last June. reportedly drains well and the 

The Irish have been established as the favorite, but a See TERPS, Page 15, Col. 4 
bit hesitantly, with a 6point, a Sai 
edge in the pregame reckon- 
ing. They are meeting a Mich-| FREE CUSTOMER PARKING AT ALL HAHN STORES 
igan State team on the rebound 
from its lone defeat, a one-| 
touchdown loss to top-ranked | 
| Michigan. 

It was Michigan State, with 
its tricky muitiple-offense tac- 
tics that last year gave young 
Notre Dame coach Terry Bren- 
nan one of his most anxious 


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Big Test at 
Ohio State 


Royer is resting a two-week- 
old shoulder separation. Royer, 
will dress for the game but is 
not expected to.play. 


days. The Spartans, after los- 
ing a 13-0 lead, struck in the 
final minutes for the tying 


Colonials, 


Of the Southern schools, Vanderbilt has posted the only 
victory over Ohio State as against four losses and one tie by 
the South. Thus the jinx could be going against Duke in 


this one because a team with a reputation like Ohio State 
puts the pressure on you. 

Hayes was remarking that in three games this year, and 
in his last regular season engagement with Michigan in 1954, 
the opposition scored against Ohio State in the first five 
minutes. On three of the occasions, the Bucks came on to 
win. 

It's one thing to score on Hopalong Cassady and Co. but 
it’s another thing to keep them down. We'll know a ‘bit 
more about what sort of team each is after this engagement. 
As they say in the trade: “You gotta win it big.” A squeak 
for either team would enhance neither’s prestige. 


Terps, Navy, Duke on Radi 
Notre Dame-Michigan State 


Is Television Game Today 


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frish are featured on WRC-TV (Channel 4) at 1:45 p. m. today 
as they battle Michigan State in the NCAA college football | 
game-of-the-day on national television. 

The game will also be carried on NBC's national color net- 
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Ohie State-Duke games will also be carried on radio. 


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By Bob Addie 

Staf Reporter 
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Oct. 14 
The Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence, represented by Duke, 
gets its second big football 
test of the year here tomor- 
row when the undefeated 
Blue Devils meet rising Ohio 
State before a sellout which 

will exceed 82,000. 


The Buckeyes, undefeated | 


last year and Rose Bow! win- 
ners over Southern Califor- 
nia, were upset, 60, two 


Penn Meet 


The game figures to be a 


‘contest between Navy Quarter-! 20 
\back George Welsh’s passing B f () 
ivs. Penn State Halfback Lenny erore D ieeill 
|Moore’s running. 


WITH HANDSEWN 


touchdown only to lose 20-19. 
Jerry Planutis, Michigan’ «.. 

State’s pony-sized fullback 

who missed that kick, will be! 

in the Spartans’ backfield again | 

tomorrow and is brimming with || 


P KE 
wns Mary ; 


weeks ago by Stanford after 
opening. with a victory over 
Nebraska. Ohio State came 
back last week to trounce 
Illinois, 27-12. 

The game is rated an even 
money affair. 

The Bucks, led by All- 
America Halfback Howard 
(Hopalong) Cassady, lack an 
experienced quarterback. 
Frank Ellwood, a converted 
end. will be calling the sig- 
nals for Ohio State while 
Duke will have the advantage 


of its brilliant quarterback, 


Sonny Jurgensen. 

Jurgensen has completed 
13 out of 21 passes in his 
three games while Ellwood 
has completed four out of 
nine for a net gain of 9 yards. 

The Southerners will be 
giving away 13 pounds per 
man in the line to the beefy 
Buckeyes who average 210 
pounds up front. However, 
the lighter Duke line has 
acquitted itself well, yield- 
ing only two touchdowns and 
268 yards on the ground. The 
Buckeye have given up six 
touchdowns and have yielded 
486 yards on the ground. 

Duke will have to stop the 
talented Cassady to win. 
Ho is by far the stand- 
out k of the Bucks, hav- 


$ for plenty of valuable yardage. 


| 


Mid.) . ~ verry Devis incentive, according to Coach 
eight touchdowns. He has| PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 14 Notre Dame's aerial display 
passed for three scores and The University of Pennsyl- which fetched the two winning 


vania, which hasn’t won a foot-, touchdowns against Miami last 


|ball game since it beat Army, ‘ eC | 
-++-9 21-14, in 1953, may be getting NOTRE DAME , MICHIGAN STATE 
-«-- 4 its last chance for a victory this is indiana : ol Michiran 
“season tomorrow against = a + 
i ty: oe ~  |George Washington University __ a sieatinall 
passes set up three others. His ' 
_pitchouts oe have accounted|#t Franklin Field. Ci | week, triggered by Quarterback 
The Quakers lost nine in 4 pay] Hornung, is a new concern 
Moore, holder of Penn State’s rowdast season and have bowed for Michigan State which had 
all-time ground-gaining record, three times this fall. GW un- tabbed the Irish as primarily 
has scored only one touch-'\doubtedly will be the easiest tee nme Snorten 
‘down, compared to the 78 foe Penn will face in its remain- a 8 ‘ P 
points he registered last year. ing six games. scouts came back from Miami 
For the first time this season; Navy, Penn State, Notre to alert their defense against 
Navy will have both its regular, Dame, Army and Cornell are Hornung’s passes to Aubrey 
ends ready. All-America Ron- yet to come for the Quakers Lewis. fleet halfback. and End 
nie Beagle missed the first|and there's no sight of an end| K ich : 
game, and Earl Smith missed|to their blight against that Ho: —_— in fie: eee 
‘the next two with ship injury.|mob. They figure the Colonials! nae path a+ EF 
Penn the firstcam. be had, and its important oi en te peg A ag we er a 
'winged-T team Navy has faced that Penn takes them. aohate will direct Notre 
‘in many years and could pose | The kickoff is scheduled tor) ame’ . split-T which features 
| confusing for the Middies’ de-| 1:30 p. m. ng or 12:30 nebo his vod  eeaae plays and hand- 
— ranked No, 1 in the sand ay terme Re 2 8 CROLONED LG to Fullback Don Schaefer. 
‘To date Navy has yielded| Vast Franklin Field, a mon- innate be yet A tricks, 
— = yey i ster of a stadium which seats! mostly, to pierce the Notral 
| The game is part of Univer-|Morrow, with about 20,000 are’ Gofeq Southern Methodist, In- 
sity Park's centennial celebra- ©xpected to witness the contest.| ging and Florida. The Spar- 
tion, It is also Penn State’s an-| George Washington hopes tO tans like the Irish, have an All- 
‘nual homecoming game. In the/Tebound after losing its first’ «America quarterback candidate 
series Navy has won 13, Penn|game of the season last week to 1) Far] Morrall, a passer with 
|State 9 and there have been Florida, 26-0. Previously, GW), 467 record for completions 
two ties. | See GW, Page 15, Col! 3 | this season. 


Welsh has directed th 
‘dies to all but one o their | 


TEAM RECORDS 
i NAVY PENN STATE 
Mary © 35 Besten WU. 
es. C 7 
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———— 


Catholie Champions vs. Interhighs Winner 


Schoolboy Title Game to Be Played 
Nov. 25 or Dec. 3 atGriffithStadium 


67,567, won't quite be filled to-| ame defense that successfully |~ 


VAMPS 


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TRU-MOCS retain all the features of the 
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added comfort and arch-supporting tem- 


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THE CITY Schoolboy 
Championship football game 
between the Interhigh and 
Catholic League champions 


will be played at Griffith 
Stadium either Friday night, 
Nov. 25 or Saturday after- 


an average of 6 per carry. 
Cassady has scored five of 
his team’s seven touchdowns 


Southern Cal Upsets Wisconsin 


noon, Dec. 3. 

The tentative dates were 
set yesterday at a meeting 
at the Touchdown Club. The 


definite playing date will be 


LOS ANGELES, Oct. 14) =” | 
Halfback Jon Arnett and a Southern cqnt!::2°. 8 8 a3 1d—as 


_teonsin 


3 ond ov . 
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announced within the next 
week, . \ 
sponsored 


The is 

The | » Post 

and ‘Times fierald and. the 
Touchdown Club, 
The Interhigh 


| 


League is 


expected to close its season 
on Nov, 18, and the Metro- 
politan Catholic H i g h 
School League will wind up 
about Nov. 20. 

The following committees 
have been appointed for the 
game: 

Executive committee: Rob- 
ert . Simmons, general 
chairman; J. (Kip) Edwards, 
vice chairman; Brother An- 
drew, Birch E. Bayh, John 
Paul Collins, Max Farri 


ngton, 
Don Hillock, Al Lujack, Jo-. 


seph Lynch, Harcy <c-ce, 
C. Melvin Sh , M. Josez 
Lynch, Angus Bus 
Ham and Jerry Davis. 
Advertising: Herbert H. 


»MeMurray and Robert H, 
Lewis. Entertainment: Joel 
Margollis, Jack Fox and 
Barney Breeskin. Public 


Address: Jim Simpson and 
Morrie Siegel. Program: 
Jack Haley. Finance: Bob 

.Thome and Ed Shea, 
Publicity: Bus Ham, Jerry 
Davis, Joe Lunch, Eddie Gal- 
laher, Mark Evans and Jim 
Gibbons. Tickets: V. T. Cur- 
tis. Ticket promotion: Sam 
Ormes. ‘Prizes: Jack Blank. 
Special arangements: Leslie 
Mitchell. TV and Radio: 
co- 


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-Today’s | ig [art poet — Heavy Rain 22" 
Foothall praia ac Connie Mack’s Nose | ‘ee , |Vanderbilt 
| Scores Both ||, . . | Postpones 14 |Squeaks By 
NATIONAL PRO LEAGUE | | Cut in Fall From Bed pes | 
|Touchdowns High Games 


Philsdetphia at Pittsburgh (%). Chattanoo a 
gem ey PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 14 @—Connie Mack suffered euts bana had 
| in a tumble from bed in Presbyterian Hosp t nig ) 
| Heavy rainfall in the Wash-| CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Oct. 
ington area yesterday washed |14 (“—Vanderbilt’s Southeast- 


similar to one which caused a fracture of his right hip in 
as ose two — ago. 

@ Sayeatow lormer ownermsa® ern Conference Commodores, 
ager of the Philadelphia Athletics out 14 of the scheduled high, spirited try apeeiy Charile Hes. 
suffered slight lacerations of the nose school football games, includ-, 
and the left index finger in the fall, ing six Interhigh contests. ton, had to fight all the way 
which occtrred while his private The Interhigh games were tonight to defeat stubborn, lit- 
Raree WES GUS of ths FoOm momen: rescheduled for Monday after- tle University of Chattanooga, 

noon. Anacostia is at Arm-|!24- 
strong, Chamberlain meets) Horton, senior halfback men- 
Spingarn at Anacostia, Phelps'tioned for possible All-America 


tarily. © 
Dr. Illarion I. Gopadze, Mack's 
plays at Eastern Coolidge at’ ’s first 
Wilson, Dunbar at Western and Noners, acered Vanserhilt's 


ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS 
RESEARCH ENGINEERS 


Gatlaudet at Montgcomery J. C.. 2 p. 
Georre Washington at Penn. 
Marviend at North Carolina. 7 

at. Heward, 

Siate. 2 PD. Mm. 

a. ° 


* BALTIMORE, Oct. 14—Half- 
‘ back Morris Davis scored two 
ovo > |touchowns in the mud today 
nt. and gave Landon School of 
| Washington, D. C., a 12 to 0 

victory over Baltimore Friends. 

ae _ In a steady drizzle, Landon 
Deireit ot Bost m Col recorded its 17th victory with- 
| out a defeat and advanced its 

unbeaten streak to 18 games.| 
St. Paul's tied Landon, 7 to 7, 


Moreen State 
; Penn 
VMI. at Virei 


Alfred at Albri 


physician, said today the fall would 
not retard healing of the hip, which 
underwent a pinning operation last 
week. X-tays showed the repaired 


, at 


Sebracka af Pittsherch. 


hip was not harmed and the 


last week. 
the floor would not result 


Davis literally slippéd around 


| right end from éeven yards out 
\for the first touchdown early 
|in the first quarter. In the sec- 
‘ond, he ran seven yards again, 


Northeastern at 
Penn Military at Moravian 
Rhede, Island at Massachusetts. 
Rechester at Verment. 
Rutecers at rown 
St. Lawrence st Trinity. Conn 
Shippensbers at Cal State ‘Pa.) 
Slippery Rock at Indian State, Pa. 
Srracuse at rmy 
emple at Bucknell. 

soUTH ! 
Alabama State at Morehouse. 

t Georgia Te 

Fayettville. 
Shaw. 


5 
New Hamoshire at Delaware. 
1 


of Baseball” apparently struck 


room for a few minutes. 

Mack suffered the fracture 
bed from his usual afternoon 
nap at his apartment Oct. 1. 
He was taken to Chestnut 
Hill Hospital and later to 
Presbyterian Hospital when 
X-rays showed a break. 

Gopadze performed the 
surgery last week to speed 
Mack’s recovery. 


A World Record! 


xv 


State 
West Virginia. 
MIDWEST 


Rewlinge Green et Baldwin Wallace. 
felerade at Kansas State 


14 (INS)}—Ren Raenalf claims 
anew world record for punch. 
ing a boxer’s training bag for 
124 hours and 20 minutes non- 
stop. For anyone interested, 


ro 
Nerthwestern at Michigan 
otre Dame et Michican 
urdee at tows 


State. 


Washington Jefferson af Maskingum 

cester at Denicon 
Xavier at Davten 

SOUTHWEST 
Kansas af Oklahoma. 
MeMurray at Abdelire Christian 
Marray State at Arkansas State. 
Oklahoma ASM at Housten. 
Rice at &.™.1 
Texas at Arkansas 
Texas Collece at Texas Southern. 
Texas A&M at Texas Christian. 
FAR WEST 
Arirema State at San Diese State, 
Rarior at Washington. 
California at Oregon 
speareee State at Mentana State. 
Montana st Utah State. 
Nevada at Fresene State. 
Oregon State at College of Pacific. 
State at New exice, 


Baltimore couldn't move the 
|\Landon had a 26-yard touch- 
Jehns Hepkins ’ side. 
Marviand State at N.C.A.4T. ® — @| 
Richmond at Vireinia Tee 
one ‘Sate St. Albans Beats 
1S age cg at Kaexville 
feated Severn Prep of Annap- 
St. Albans scored early in the 

was 123 hours and 20 min- 
their own 44. On the-~ sixth 
a reverse for a touchdown. CHAMPAIGN, IIL, Oct. 14 
Mike Smith. In jhe second @0wns in six plays in the third 
tossed a 44-yard pass to Parker) The touchdown parade 
Severn Prep .... 6 @ © @ «6 Off opening the third quarter 
St. Albans. 

Severn Prep, touchdown: Smith 
a 50-yard sprint around end 


‘but this time around left end, 
slippery ball beyond the Lan- 
| down run by Tony Butler called 
Livingsten State at Florence State Landon. 
Mississippi at Tela |_ Landon scoring: Touchéewns—Morris 
Southwest Tennessee at Con 
ashington-Lee ep gguee Severn Prep, 254 
olis, 25-6, on a muddy field at 
first quarter when they re-| 
utes, set by an American. 
play from scrimmage tailback 
Severn tied the score at 66,Champaign’s high school foot- 
quarter the Saints went ahead quarter in defeating Danville 
Harrell. started when halfback Bill 
Scoring : touchdowns: 9] yards, Then followed touch- 
and a romp of 32 yards on an 


for the other touchdown. 
'don 40-yard line all afternoon. 
back in the third period for off- 

‘SU at Plorids ‘Baltimore Friend sak Se 

Mississippi State at Kentucky. | Davis (?). 

Tennesece T Memphis 

at 
labama 
Unbeaten St. Albans de 
St. Albans yesterday afternoon. | 
turned a Prep quick kick to 
John Warren went 42 yards on 6 Plays, > Touchdowns 
‘on a 78-yard run by Halfback Dall team scored five touch- 
to stay when Porter Sh: ve) !ast night., 53-0. 7 
sa Albans ~~ —s-@ sca Ohls returned Danville’s kick- 
Shreve. Warren %. Harrell. Eas; Saseve. downs on 43 and 46-yard passes, 
off tackle play. 


Sherwood 


Streak Ends Ottawa Releases 


HARPER'S FERay. w. ve.| Darwegan, Smith; 


Oct. 14—Harper’s Ferry High . 
marched 60 yards for a touch- Hires 
down the first time it got the| 
. ball today and handed Sher-' 
Garacie. >. wood, Md., High its first defeat; O'#w2 Rough Riders roster 
— a | Sa in tn pees: OF. sagged still further today with 
George Washington of Themes Jef-/ Bud Scott rai 49 yards to| release of Tackle Dick Bar- 
Falls Church at WakeGeld. 2. set up the TD to the Sherwood! we d Center Roy Smith 
cLean af Annandale, 2 /wegan and Center Roy Smith, 
Ati dae, 11. On fourth down, from the! +. jatest development in a 
‘“; Pilebes. 3, 


edoun 
piscopal 
Belle at Save three, Dick Forsythe went ’ , 
elu rep gt Tork Union MA 2. around end for the score. samen Bin gre aeng? and 
ends st st. Paul's, 2:30, Sherweoa drove to the Har-) ’ 4 , 
at B-OC, ? ; ; Four imports will join the 
arlette Hall. 2. pers Ferry 20 as time ran out Riders for a Big Four Football 
a jat halftime and advanced the! Union game-with the Hamilton 
St. John’s at Calvert Hall (Balti- ball to 19 as the game ended. Tiger Cats in Hamilton to- 
more). 2 scaarmay Despite steady rain and morrow 
Gonseee, 1} John Carrell at Griffith muddy field, each team fum- They are: Donn Moomaw. 
Sta “eer eo ee ae bled but once. And both timesi¢ormer UCLA All-America 
they recovered their own bob-))...0n- Ed Fouch. a former 


Ae Ana- 
i bles 
| Pink Los Angeles Rams tackle cut 
Shicwood now bes 0 3-1 by the Argos early this season; 
ord tor tne year. it was si€/ Bob Peviani, 285-pound tackle 
sixth straight triumph for Har- . t] ustered out of the 
‘s Ferry, still wunscored were 8 een edn agady 
/per's ’ United States Army; and Pete 
upon. rt - Bello, 240-pound center who 
Sherwood © 8 3 82 was a bright football prospect 


Harper's Ferry 6 ® ; 
Touchdown: Dick Forsythe. at Pasadena, Calif, 


at Stanferd 

on State at Idahe. 
SERVICE 

eivelr at Camp Lejeune. 

ade at $4 AAA Group 
HIGH SCHOOL 

SATURDAY 

Reesevelt at Northwestern, & 
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Coolidce at Wilsen. 3:15 
Western, 3:15. 
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* at Bollile High, 3:38. 


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Georsetown Prep. at Balt. Leorola, 3 


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SERVICE FOOTBALL 


Rolling at Ft. Jackson 
Quantice at Hely Cress. 


PRO FOOTBALL 


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San Francisee at Detreit 


Results 


COLLEGE FOOTBALL 
Friends (Kan.) 


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MePherse 


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Missourt Valley 20 
Seuthern Calif. 35 
Seranten at Upsala. 
Sevth Carelina State 
SW. (Okla.) 14... 
| 7 


"Central Okla. 
‘teh 27 Denv 
Vanderbilt 12 


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Whiltier 
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ishiand Springs 6 
Parker Grey | 


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eMatha at Gaithersburg, ped. rain 
unbar at Western. var rain 
Georgetown Frep at Itimere Levels. 
pod... rain 
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Sidwell Friends at St. Peal's. ped. 
Cha 


Suitland at Bethesda-Chevy se. 
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Mechanical or Aeronautical 


Openings for 4 Juniors and iors i 
ment of large antenn seg shat 
in One Or More of th 


COLLEGE SOCCER 
Cfcny 3 

whe f° 
Lynchburg 5 
Massachusetts & . Connecticut 
Ohie Wesleyan 7 Denison 2? 

COLLEGE CROSS-COUNTRY 
(Lew scores win) 

‘earnegic Tech 17 Slippery Rock ¢ 
Dartmouth is 
reve City (Pa.) 6 
Ranges 17 
Reaneke College 17 
Springfield 22 
Syracuse 27 


Qs, scanners, rad E note 

’ rs, radomes, 

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APPLIED MECHANICS « STABILIZATION.» MACHINE DESIGN 
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Electrical 


Microwave Antens.. 


Openings for'3 Irs. for 
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GNd airborne Lenses, Re. 
flectors, Radomes, Scanners 


Indiana 2 
Oklahoma A&M 16) 
Wash, & Lee oF | 
Williams 

Army 25 


Microwave Systems 


Openings for 5 Irs and 
3 Srs. in the development 
of Mixers, Polarizers, Di. 


Highland Springs | 
Defeats Fairfax, 6-0 | 


HIGHLAND SPRINGS, Va, | 
Oct. 14 ‘®—Highland Springs | plexers, Rotory Joints 
pushed 58 yards midway the 
final period here tonight for a 


NeWDING Sr MNERTS 
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Springers’ first triumph of the 
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| 
Maryland 
Freshmen 


Win, 26-13 


MEXICO CITY, Oct. 14 # 
The University of Maryland 
freshman football team tonight 
defeated the Mexican Polytech- 
nic Institute, 26-13. 

Halfback Ted Kershner 
starred in the see-saw first half, 
which ended 1413 in favor of 
the Terrapins, and then topped 
it off in the second half with 
a ripping 97-yard run for 
final score. 

Maryland's first score started 
with a bullet pass from quar- 
terback Dick Lewis to Kersh- 
ner, who carried the ball over 
the goal line. Fullback Larry 
Casparro converted. 

For the second touchdown, 
Kershner heaved the ball to 
halfback Bob Layman, who 
jogged to pay dirt. Fullback 
Ronnie Jordan converted. 

The second half was all Mary- 
'fland’s. In the third period, the 


‘Terrapins steamrolliered the ball - 


‘to the Polytechnic half-yard 
line and quarterback John 
Brunner plunged over on an 
offtackle play 

The Polytechnic team made 
both touchdowns in the second 
quarter, the first on a pass, and 
the second when end Raul 
‘Azcue covered the ball in the 
Maryland end zone after the 
Terrapins fumbled Polytech- 
inic’s kickoff. The game was 
played before 30,000. 


Steelers, Eagles 
Play Tonight 


PITTSBURGH, Oct. 14 ®#— 
The Pittsburgh Steelers, one of 
the surprise teams of the Na- 
tional Football League, play 
host to the disappointing Phila- 
delphia Eagles Saturday night 
in an Eastern Division game. 

A standing-room-only crowd 

f 40,000 is expected as the 
Steelers try to gain undisputed 
first place in the Eastern Divi- 
sion. 


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Men's 


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Also postponed until Monday 


‘touchdown after less than six 
Bell at Cardozo. All games be-) minutes of play on a seven-yard 


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Mount Vernon game at Mount 
Vernon and the Georgetown 
'Prep at Baltimore Loyola con- 
test. 

Five of yesterday's rained-out 


run, was nullified by an offsides 
penalty. 

The Commodores picked up 
their other touchdown in the 
last — ng ten oe — 

terbac n Orr to Horton 
games were reset for today, | 77" 
‘Portsmouth, Va., plays at °° Fight halt Joe Scales, who 


, 'scampered 15 yard 
Washington-Lee at 2 p. m., sid-|*° Both extra 7 int tries by 
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well Friends is at St. Paul’s in) pari Jalufka failed. 


Baltimore, Laurel at Charlotte , 
Hall, Suitland at Bethesda-|on’ “Cheietoone's tree eons 
Chevy Chase and DeMatha is|jine early in the final period. 
at Gaithersburg at 2 p. m. | Chattanooga’s hard line play 

The Bladensburg-High Point) was assisted in holding down 
game, scheduled last night at/the score by four lost Vander- 
Northwestern, has tentatively! pitt fumbles and opponents’ 
been rescheduled for Nov. 18 at! penalties totaling 119 yards. 
Bladensburg. lwandechite’ ee . 
yngesevatt High plays at! Chattancoss |** se @ N 
Northwestern at 8 p. m., George , Vanderbilt scoring: Touchdown 
Washington meets Thomas Jef- 5 esc eam sei wee 
ferson in Richmond and Bullis 
Prep faces the Navy Plebes in| 
,Annapolis in top games orig- 
finally scheduled for today.— 
Jerry Davis. 


6—12 


Tony Baldoni 
Defeats Drake 


| SYRACUSE, N. Y., Oct. 14 # 


. , ; 'Tough Tony Baldoni of Wilkes-| 
Parker Gray High | Barre, Pa., built himself up an} 


eats Manassas, 13-0 


MANASSAS, Va. Oct. 14 
Parker-Gray High of Alexan- 
dria punched over two touch- 
downs in the first quarter to- 
day and defeated Manassas, 
13 to 0, for its second victory 
in five starts. 

Eugene Wander ran 15 yards 
for the first score and Lynwood 


as Garted 15 for the and two even. Judge Dick Fazio) 


‘ nets —» eee Had it for Baldoni 5-4-1. Referee 
oa % 63 6S) (S28 Joe Palmer gave it to Baldoni 


Parker Gray scoring: Toachdewns— 5-4-1. The Associated Press card 
SiG hse =“Tawces Arusteens.ihad it a draw, 442. 


clung to it to defeat nonchalant: 
Ray Drake of Brooklyn by a| 
split decision in their 10-round 
middleweight fight tonight. | 

Drake appeared to underes-| 
timate his opponent and almost} 
never used a right, even when 
Baldoni seemed wide open for 
it. Judge Ted Sheils called it, 


a draw, four rounds to each| 


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THE WASHINGTON POST 
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» October 15, 1955 
13 


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United Press Telephote 


—_— 


Plians to Quit 


Stella Walsh 
Will Not Run 
For Poland 


MORRISTOWN, N. J., 
14 ‘A#—Stella Walsh, 44-year-old 
international track and fiel 
star, said today she will quit! 


she is not allowed to run for 
the United States in the 1956 
Olympics. 

The famed woman athlete. 
who has collected 1100 trophies 
and awards in 30 3 of com- 
petition, here to deiend her 
senior w AAU pen 
lon championship tomorrow. 

She has been told she is in- 
eligible for the United States 
team because she competed in 
the 1932 and 1936 Olympics for 
Poland, her native land. Rules 
forbid competing for more than 
one country in a lifetime. 

A United States citizen for 
seven years, Miss Walsh said 
she does not want to run for 
Communist Poland, but for her 
adopted country. 

“The government 
represented does not 
told newsmen. 

She said a rules change 
permit her entfy in the ] 
Australian competition is to 
come up before the March 
meeting of the Olympic com- 
mittee. 

“The Russians are opposed to 
it.” she said, “but I believe it 
will pass if it comes to a vote.” 

Miss Walsh, a star softball 
pitcher and basketball player, 
said if the rule change is not 
adopted and she hangs up her 
spiked shoes, she will take up 
tournament golf instead 

Shortening her name from 
Walasiewiczowna to Walsh ear- 
ly in life, the versatile star 
started competing on Cleveland 
playgrounds in 1925. Her most 
outstanding achievements have 
been her five straight pentath- 
lon championships and the 100- 
meter run victory in the 1932 
Olympics in Los Angeles. 


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Army 21-Point Choice 


Over S yracuse Today 


By 


Herman Blackman 


Sta Reporters 


WEST POINT, N. Y., Oct. 


14—Army hopes to resume its win- 
d ning ways here tomorrow in a game against Syracuse. The 


Cadets rule a solid 21-point favorite. 

A near-capacity crowd of 27,000 is expected to watch the game 
the cinder paths next year if’ on Michie Stadium’s rain-soaked turf. 
Coach Earl Blaik has given his team a week of what has 


been termed by veteron observers as 


practice here in 10 years.” 


Blaik has been looking for a remedy 
of fumbles. The Cadets bobbled the ball nine times, 
eight occasions and had three, 


passes intercepted in losing to 
26-2. 

racuse isn’t being taken 
by the Black Knighis of 
the Hudson. Last year Syra- 
cuse won a pre-season scrim- 


mage game, two touchdowns to 
one. The year before the 
Orangemen won by a three-to- 
one margin. Reports from Syra- 
cuse indicate Ben Schwartz- 
walder has his team convinced 
it can win during regular sea- 
son play. 

Blaik’s backfield situation is 
still muddled. Not until game- 
time tomorrow will Blaik know 
whether Dick Murtland will be 
able to play one of the half- 
back spots. Murtland is the 
of severe charley 


Michigan, 
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a 
horse 

If Murtland can go, Mike 
Zeigler will be at right half 
and Pat Uebel at fullback. Don 
Holleder again is the quarter- 
back 

Holleder's poor passing per- 
formance allowed Michigan to 
pack its defensive line against 
Army. Even son, the Cadets 
rolled up 199 yards on the 
ground 

Holleder is capers. - ae 
more against Syracu 
been given special pred. 
this week on his passing game, 
something Army hasn't been: 
able to do previously because 
of its ser riddled a 
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Patterson KOs 


Brad in First 


LOS ANGELES, Oct. 14 # 
Floyd Patterson, 175, of Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., a two-legged hurri- 


cane, ssered his cighth straight 


knockout of 1955 at the Olym- 
pic Auditorium last night, flat- 
tening Cal Brad, 174%, Los An- 
geles, in 2:58 of the first round 
It wag’a scheduled 10-rounder. 

It was Patterson's 26th win 
in 27 starts and his 18th knock- 
out. The fight was one minute 
old when Patterson exploded 


> 


with a furious barrage of lefts 


and rights to send Brad to the 
canvas. Brad took a count of 
eight, only to run into another 
furious attack. 


for last week's series 


; their 


Here Saturday 


Howard Plays 
Morgan State 


Howard University and Mor- 


gan State College Baltimore, 


will meet in a Central Inter- 
collegiate Athietic Association 
football game at Howard 
Stadium today at 2 p. m. 

The contest will be the 28th 
meeting of the teams in a 
rivalry which started back in| 
1899. To date Morgan leads! 
in the series with 14 victories 
and 10 losses.’ Three of the| 
games have ended in a tie.! 

Morgan by virtue of its 
record figures to be a two- 
touchdown favorite in Satur- 
day's game. The Bears are only 
l and 1 on the season: however. 
record was compiled 
against two of the Nation's top 
Negro college teams. They took 


the season opener from Central’ 


and lost 
at 


'State, of Ohio, 19-7, 
(18-12 to Morris Brown 
Atlanta two weeks ago 
Howard Coach Tom Johnson 
'figures that his team will have 
to stop Halfback Jerry Me 
Arthur if it is to hold Morgan 
in check. McArthur, a 180- 
pound junior from Baltimore. 
scored twice and set up 4 third 
score in Morgan's 406 win in 
1953, and was on the receiving 
end of a 5SO-vard touchdown 
pass to send his team ahead 
in their 20-7 win last year 


Bethesda Tournament 


A field of more than 45 teams 
will tee off today and tomorrow 
in the first annual Bethesda 
Country Club member-guest 
tournament. The event is a 
36-hole medal play handicap 
| best-ball affair. 


McDonald 
Shakes Up 
His Lineup 


By Maury Fitzgerald 


Staff Reporter 


| CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. 
Oct. 15—Winless Virginia and 
‘VMI meet tomorrow in Scott 
Stadium in the Cavaliers’ home- 
coming game and for the sec- 
'ond time this season the thrice- 


: 


beaten Wahoos g0 postward the} . 


' favorite. 


| It will be the 5ist meeting 
between the two teams in a 


— 
> 


At Blair Stadium Teday 


Montgomery Plays Gallaudet 


| 


series started in 1893 and 15, 


000 spectators are expected to 
file into the Cavalier ball yard 
for the contest. 

| Virginia walloped the Key. 
| dets, 21-0, last year at Roanoke 
‘and go into tomorrow's tussle 
a 12-point choice over the 
lighter sesaitel from wrescaeaieen 


TEAM 
VIRGINIA 


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‘vi upset the Wahoos in 1953 
to end a Virginia skein of 10 
straight victories and in that 
game, too, the Virginia's were 
i\topheavy two touchdown fa. 
vorites. 

VMI has been beaten four 
times so far this season. 

Coach Ned McDonald, in an 
effort to kindle a Virginia 
victory, has demoted two of 
his regular performers. Jim 
Elekes, a 222-pound senior 
tackle, lost his job, as did 
Halfback Herb Hartwell, last 
years leading ground gainer 

Running together in Thurs- 
'day’s final rough scrimmage in 
the first backfield were Billy 
(Whitey) Clarke, quarterback: 
Nick Lawyer and Ron Jenkins. 
halfbacks; and Jim Bakhtiar 
fullback. 

Lawyer, a rugged 187-pound 
junior, replaces Hartwell and, 
according to McDonald, the 20- 
year-old Suffolk, Va., lad earned 
the starter’s role because he 
turned in a better job of block- 
ling and tackling against Penn 
State. 

Elekes, a 6foot. 21-year-old 
from Franklin, Va., lost his 
starting position when McDon- 
ald moved Henry Jordon, his 
regular left tackle. over to the 
right side of the line and pro- 
moted Hal Outten to first 
string. Outten, a 218-pound 
sophomore from Alexandria. 
Va., turned in a great per. 
formance against the Nittany 
Lions last Saturday 
his first starting assignment. 


Mrs. Allen, Smith 
Play at Cavalier 


VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., Oct.| 
14—-Mrs. Margaret Allen, Army 
Navy Country Club's Virginia 
State amateur champion, and 
Mrs. Jack Smith of Prince 
Georges, will represent the 
Washington, D. C., area in the 
first annual Tournament of} 
‘Champions scheduled for Sat- 
urday and Sunday at Cavalier! 
Yacht and Country Club 

The tournament, a 3¢hole| 
medal play event, is open to all 
club champions, runners-up for 
club titles, and senior cham- 

ions of clubs in the Middle At- 


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THE WASHINGTON POST 
and TIMES HERALD 
Saturday, October 15, 1955 


14 “ee 


Nashua Runs Against Four Others Today in 


Cosmah, 9-5, 
Heads Field 


In Gardenia 


CAMDEN, N. J., Oct. 14 
A threat of an off track hovers 
over the first running of to 
morrow’'s $100,000 added Garde- 
nia Stakes at Garden State 
Park in which a classy field of 
13 two-year-old fillies have been 
entered. 

The rain storm sweeping the 
East Coast his Garden State to- 
day. Uf the storm abates early. 
the fast-drying strip could be 
in good shape for this richest 
race of juvenile fillies. 


Marlboro Selections. Consensus 


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NEW YORK, Oct. 14 # Un- 
less it turns up mud, Nashua 
will rule a strong favorite to 
add the $75,000-added jockey 
club Gold Cup to his long list) 
of racing honors Saturday at 
Belmont Park. 

_ The Belair stud 3-year-old 
champion, who has a renowned 
distaste for heavy going, 


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‘ount Twenty mea: 


A 
Peralganede, 


| Warrenton 


passed up a scheduled start in 
‘the Lawrence Realization last 
| week because of a wet track. 


ont Cup 


Chevation M arlboro Closes Its Most 
Successful Meeting Today 


By Paddock 
Staff Reporter | 
MARLBORO, Md., Oct. 14—The most successful 


the history of this popular half-mile plant comes to a 
tomorrow, with the fifth renewal of the $3000 Bob Hall 


purse. 


A field of nine stout performers were named for the 


liner which is scheduled over the l-mile and a 16th. 

C. Watts’ Scotch Date has been assigned top weight of 
pounds, and the Hyattsville thoroughbred should rule 
favorite with the closing day gathering of 10,000. 


I 


Matching strides 


Mist, H. Dorsey's 


Al, A. W. Messersmith’s Scrub, 


F. B. Hicks’ Fast Mystery. 
The event honors the 
Robert Hall, a native of Uppe 


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with the* 
favorite are Mrs. F. J. Wilson's 
Phantom Gold, W. V. Shillings’ award by a nose from 
Twilight 

Cherry Branch, R. J. Vernie’s 
Albalu, E. L. Richards’ Fluent the day's program, despite the 


le the 
Call- 
York Stable’s Beston Party. 
of 5248 witnessed 


A crowd 


heavy rains which prevailed 


Goree G. Waugh’s Weber J. and most of the day. 


Four Horse Races 


Paddock Picks ’Em at Marlboro 


— ine baeerai » ‘i ‘be 


* MiRuses! 


If all 13 go postward the 
gross purse will amount to 
$130,300—$87.575 to the winner. ba IB oe rere pases: | eesene elds and ap; claiming: 
The re 2 re 2 Mr. a ed e “Good m gaer, win this 118 
piece to the Garden State i As 7 3 
Stakes, a quarter of a 4 i i eat ts Te "Pie resin here here 
dollar event slated for Oct. 29.) s ners * "Coul +4-~ 
Both races are part of track a. pl POE 
president Eugene Mori's effort! § Fins’s Lane (Austin) .. 

a ore (‘Papp Pair races 
rical (No Bor) eve w rere 
12 Golden Vale (Austin) Closeh if starts 


to turn the spotlight on the 16 
two-year-old thoroughbreds. 
| SECOND Cc ree, £1400; 3-vyear-olds; claiming: 
| @ne-sicteent ggg 


Hartack to Ride 


The race shapes up as a bat- 
tle between East Acres’ Cosmah 
and Howell E. Jackson's Nas- 
rina. Cosmah, owned by Mori, 
will be handled by jockey Wil-, 
lie Hartack, the winningest 
rider of the turf circuit. If the ' 
track does turn up heavy, the 
8-5 odds on Cosmah may drap 
to make her an odds.on favor- 
fte. Reason? She beat her 
chief competitor, Nasrina, by 
half a length in a mile run in 
slop here last weekend. 

Willie Boland, regular rider 
for Nasrina, will be aboard the 
Jackson filly tomorrow. 


However, Trainer Sunny Jim|Mariboro and sportsman vd 


Fitzsimmons said he plans to ‘campaigned a successful string 
race Nashua in this ial of thoroughbreds for many) 


sae we ars. . : 
gardiess of the condition of the; |, DuBost’s Mallow, a son of 'p, m., will b be he, Saturday at 
track. : : '‘Challedon, proved the best New Vista with top 
“He doesn’t run his best on mudder in the Takoma Park horses from M rg, War- 
an off track,” said Mr. Fitz, “but | purse, Friday afternoon's fea- renton and Leesburg, Va, and 

this is last race of the year and ture attraction. The 7-year-old Marlboro, Md., competing. 
happens to him between now gelding defeated his seven ri-| A horse show, featuring 12 
and race time. . vals by a length and one-quar- classes, will be held at 8 Dp. ™. 
Nashua and four rivals were ter and rewarded his backers The program is sponsored by 
with a $25.40 for $2 mutuel. The Land and Sea Sportsmen's 


At Vista Today 


bapa Fo Md., Oct. 14 — Four 
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Hor se Show 
‘Begins Today 


By Cindy Hughes 


| WARRENTON, Va., Oct. 14 

Horses from all over Virginia 

and Maryland will take part in 

the first two-day horse show) 

ever put on by the Virginia named today for the 2-mile 

Horse Shows Association here, "2¢®, the longest distance the 
’ Belair thoroughbred has tried 


Saturday and Sunday. 
Over 150 entries are listed a Pan short but brilliant 


for the show's 45 classes, sched- 
uled for Saturday morning, Bayh y — wed yee - 
|afternoon and evening and nicht trouble him. He is a 
Sunday afternoon. |proved stayer, running the mile) 
| Top entries include Ballan-'anq three-quarters in 3:03 in 2 
-|trae’s small hunter General workout this week. 
Lem, the Gardner Hallman’s; Nashua with Eddie Arcaro 
‘veteran jumper Red Knight, in the saddle, will ay 119 
and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Blair's other three sophomores in the 
Spinning Time. race—Chistiana Stable’s Think- 
Four of the show's eleven ing Cap; Sweet Chariot. owned 
championships are for horses hy Mrs. Hetrard Smith. and 
seldom given a chance to com- Grandview Stables Mark 
pete in the Maryland-Virginia Purzie. 
area: fine harness horses, Ten- Chevation. the Foxcatcher 
nessee walking horses and Farm's challenger, is an older 
three and five gaited horses. horse and will have to tote 124 
Other more usual divisions are pounds under weight-for-age 
\for green working hunters, conditions for ‘u¢ race. 
green conformation hunters, 
working hunters, small hunt- 
ers, junior riders, ponies and 
the always popular jumpers. 
An American Horse Shows 
Association medal class, called 
the “U. S. Equestrian Team,” 
because of the resemblance of 
its requirements to those of 
the equestrian Olympics, will 
be held. Winner of the class 
will be eligible to compete at 
Madison Square Garden this 
November against other win- 
ners from all 48 states. Both 
riders and horses will be 
judged for two skills: dressage 
Hideaway M and stadium jumping. To enter, 
‘riders nfust be under 21 and 
(7). Little 1. members of the American 
7 sre (24), Twitiess Mist) Horse Show Association. 
| (7), Fieent A (7). 
d—Coanter Plot’ (20), Jomitehte (11).| 
| GARDEN STATE RESULTS 


(#). 
AT GARDEN STATE 
furlongs: $3000; 1:12's 
(Beulm 5.26 }. 
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1—Darm (15), Wee Bennie (9). Tes Deifiden 
| Ageia (5) —, Mal < 
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Lady Blandford ‘ash 
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Cash Ree uoss. 
urel aces (15). Harbachk «tt, 
Warmed. wer (a) Mis Bolero 
Little Baker (17), 


mdener (15). Switch 
Tekve Girt (6) 
S——N BLES (24) Naheodah (7) wichiy 
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times and entered the winners 
circle on six occasions, earning e-sizteenth mites: 
$25,045 for Mori's East Acres 2, Mallane Mponind “Needs only ride 
Farm. nee «+ Good effort here 

Nasrina, a six-time starter in 7 ‘Hewitt Pas, 
her first season of the turf, re-| 2 (irate). sa 
turned a winner last Aug. 23 at 
Saratoga and has been second 
on three occasions. 

The Washington area has a| 
rooting interest in the entry of | 
Land O’ Liberty, owned by Mrs. | 
M. W. OConnor of Chevy | 
Chase, Md. 


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Irishmark (4) 

LB '—Pinke (16), 
Pecan Kin (5) 
ARCH RIVAL (79), 
Freach Brew (7). 
4—Leertia (17), 
Stake (10). 
| S—Bright Aeril 
>). Seutre Jack (%). 
&—Ceunty tal (34). 


MARLBORO 
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Trainer Glad 
His Horse 
Had to Run 


BOSTON, Oct. 14 WA 
horse whose trainer had tried |secct “*™ Ssitareelt, Merry, 
to scratch him and a young | ,,2-Geet Balled. Derby Jone, Lacy 
filly, no closer than seventh ° 3—Bine Award, Chombre. De Ville 
in all previous starts, com- | {—Grecian are” Shogtinst ala” Pioke 
bined today for a $1632.60 | Ngee. sive, Solar Bid. Geter ¥. | 
daily double at Suffolk | %t—Secis! Outcast. Trafte Judce. Jet 
Downs. | ae 
LSPAL. Reval red. wi : 
Only 25 persons collected Grader, Letter Carrier, Grand : 
the big payoff after Jetair | 
($40.40) won the first race 
and Marsh Hen ($62.20) 
romped home in the second. 
Trainer Eddie Causey at- 
tempted to declare Jetair at 
8 a. m. because he feared | 
forecasted rain would make 
the track muddy. Because of 
several other scratches, a | ‘its. ) 
draw was held and Jetair ‘ome Se = 
had to go to the post. —y (Guerin) |. 6.5 
He had not won a race |G y;2"s 
since last April 12. | {Bombast, Great Artist. ‘Mid Str 
Marsh Hen, a 2-year-old, |{Apamare., Labia, Blue Idle. Teds Jeep, 
had not even come close to meg es 
winning in six previous | 105.90 
starts. She had finished 19th |, 3--About eouBeten, Re 2% —_ Fisntoriu 
in a 2B-horse field at Belmont | Navy Fishter (Adams). 20 240 W ibaa 
Park Sept. 27. 
The daily double was the 
second largest of the New 


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” (fur longs; $4000; 
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Grand Rapids ( ad). 
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by a $2206 payoff at Rocking- 
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open its intercollegiate athletic Busher_*n¢ Dry Sve 

program today with both the »,j, ey, a 487900: thse 6.20 2. 
cross country and soccer teams pout Feist (Geerta) 4.60 3. 
seeing action. The cross coun- “Copper Kettle and ‘Brows master 
try team meets VMI here while! “>; mile: s4000 % Boxes 
the soccer team travels to Bal- Cave Point ‘cialler) seen Oa ee +18 wt? °74E 
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¢ “Sas D.C. Dope Trade Called Sizab 
§ am D.C. Dope Trade Called Sizable 
Jet Action “SS ge. a ; | Washington “has a substan- retorted Rep. Hale Boggs (D-|strict. “In Baltimore, we would 
| wae ~~ | tial drug traffic not under con- | La.), chairman of the subcom-'have turned that case over to 
. em 4 _\trol,” Federal Narcotics Com-| mittee studying narcotics. | state police and in five days he 
Heads Good <4 ' |missioner Harry J. Anslinger| Anslinger said efforts to con-| would have been in the pen! 


‘told a House Ways and Means;trol the drug traffic here are | tentiary for five years,” An-' 
Subcommittee yesterday. “restricted so On search and/slinger siad. 


Field Today _ a - .~ | “It is disgraceful to have drug’ seizure that I wonder how local; He urged a 6-year minimum 

o/ iP Be “y | traffic in the Nation’s Capital,”| police make any case stand | prison sentence for first-offense 
> , od up.” dope peddlers, and ested a 
| He cited the case of one New law prohibiting this Whaesdien 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
7 15 


Saturday, October 15, 1955 


CHICAGO, Oct. 14 #®—Three| | . 
Traffic Pa te re Soctal Out . yA P hi York peddler, a “five-time 108- | of such sentences and barring 
cast—are set to battle it out for ge ; O 1cemen er,” who flew here on such probation for first offenders. 
the $55,750 top swag in tomor- — & pa short notice that agents had | Present Federal law, he said, 
row’s 20th running of the $94,- . | , #4 Wy d $300 no time to get a search war-| permits suspended sentences or 
600 Gold Cup at Hawthorne. . “a x©rine rant for him. | probation for first offenders and 

A field of 10 has held up for’ United Press | | The dealer was stopped at requires a minimum sentence 
the mile and a quarter event, | 2 Vi ] the airport here, submitted to of between 2 and 5 year's. 

" . | Ronnie’s Missin ror 10 ations voluntary search and wasfound| Anslinger also urged physi- 
ee cake af aed pig Payee 8 to have $50,000 worth of heroin| cians and druggists to help stop 
Mister Black, Hasseyampa, More than 1000 volunteers | Two police privates with a in a suitcase—“enough to SUp-'the ever-iticreasing addiction to 


Smoke Screen, Wise Margin, have been searching the. |total of 33 years service were fen Bim town, according oe oy 3 oualanie eee 


Mr. Paradise and Happy Go woods near Crane, Ind. after (fined a total of $300 by a Metro-| The case was thrown out of ee control.” 
a. Ch , ae 3-year-old Ronnie Wietkamp olitan police trial board yester-| court, however, because nar- : 
hation, shbden ter Ameriea’s a disappeared while playing day. | cotics: agents lacked “proper | 
1 jockey, Willie Shoemaker 2° his home at a United | William P. Finnin, 45. of 5203 comes te gone the man and AY-AWAY 
gets the top impost of 125 States Naval ammunition de- South Dakota ave. ne., assigned a yo es ~ 4 tee oy w ve MISERY OF COLDS’ 
pounds. The 4-year-old colt con-| Pot. A kidnap plot is feared. nde y ae FR oe poe ‘a Asadikene said oe en 

cedes three pounds to A. G. SO A aL aS ics a en ae steoholie ened es| On the other hand, he tol 


ne cnn — 2 ge while off duty and fined _ |the subcommittee, enforcement ~ ! 


Finnin, a 13-year veteran of against dope peddlers in Vir-| 
on only 3-year-old in the | Dope Cases ~~ oe soogg net guilty| ginija and Maryland is very Miistol MIST 
after testimon t his com- 

This will be Jet Action’s “Co ti d manding siheae found him in > — = —_——~- en ne me oy 
ert ot aM miles Ge year, but| niinue an intoxicated condition in his, 

e fast, game Main -Chance ome on Oct. 4, shortly after he 
star has won at 1% miles in an | A li had called in to report he was) a O R Q E C T | O N t 
Atlentie City take end scored) n r Ing ton ag ao Week res ead ® 

e¢ Washington Park Handi- | 
cap at & — | C. Belt, 45, of 907 Missouri ave.|} A mistake was made inadvertently in our Washington 
Social Outcast, winner in sev-_ “" Arlington County Court nw. was fined $50 for failing] Post and Times Herald ad esterday. The correct 
en of 18 starts. carries the 2U4ge yesterday continued for to Se punctual in reporting for y Y 


, .9 duty Sept. 24 when he failed to'§ information follows: 
field's top 1955 bankroll, $335, two weeks the cases of two) 0) 'o)” jliness until 20 min- 


975, and will be ridden by Eric Washington men charged with ytes after he was supposed to 


cena wt P crow aayghaPO on possession of narcotics. ibe = eat. = has been on Mil 2 
: € force since 1995 Hirose rrune JUICE 
King Ranch’s Rejected to win Charles Edward Winston. 30. e since 1935 
last year’s Gold Cum |a truck driver, listed at 848 2ist 
Traffic Judge, -with Jackie st. ne., and Eldridge C. Jenkins, Gov. Herter Departs ¢ 
Westrope up, boasts a string of/ 28, a porter, listed at 4317 Hayes’ MN. ¥. Daily News Service , Just 1-quart 
Reduced! bottle 


ee ee oe ag st. ne., were arrested Thursday; NEW YORK, Oct. 14—Gov.! 
\Christian A. Herter of Mas 


VY nil he cl }at Rosslyn circle, Arlington. . 
with > ate ae ag Police Pvts. James P, Con-|S2chusetts and his wife left New We regret this error 


By Joe Hetberser. Staff Photographer | Nashua to a scant half-length nors and Jack Fogarty, acting jeg heey age a = 
LEADER OF MIDDIES—Navy's team cap- Hopkins is 6 feet, 3 inches tall, weighs 215, | triumph in the Arlington Clas-| on a radio lookout, arrested the Spain and Paris They are due A&P SUPER MARKETS 
tain and towering tackle, John Hopkins, is 23 years old and a senior. He was a 3 | ic. Traffic Judge also sternly|pair in Jenkins’ car as they back Nov.5 | 
will lead the unbeaten Middies against | sports tar and all-Metropolitan end in his [Challenged Swaps here this drove onto the approach to Key | 
year. Bridge. | . — —4 
Penn State today at University Park, Pa. school days at Brooklyn’s Erasmus High. | | Detectives sald 1% capsules 
TERPS—From Page 11 Were found under the front| 


floor mat. A field test showed | 


Berea President Elkins Says Terps: Maryland Has =, === (MARLO ed 


Start at 8:30 A. M. Athletics in Good Shape Rough Flight |erseres seoxins neia on. s1c09 


‘ | After his first year as the, “We wouldn't refuse an €n- ' bond. 
HAGERSTOWN, Md., Oct. 14) president of the University of dowment for an engineering To Durham —— BRAN [) NEW 
About 50,000 people are expect- Maryland, Dr. Wilson H Elkins | Scholarship, so why penalize a 
ed for the Fairchild National ,.. ety 0"  |athiletics by discouraging grants Pyt Ewin 
« Se Bettinn Gunton a thinks that “the athletic pro-'4, help athletes ... as long as Tar Heels took their last work- . o 
ports : =s oS y gram is in good position.” ‘he athletes meet requirements, Out on it today. 


Hagerstown Airport here. | President Elkins said yester-'as I said.” | Aggravating. Coach Jim Ts Dismissed bv 
The show will include seven day, “We have no outside pres-| Last term when the Middle) tum’s concern over the weather! ms _ f 
* raves; the first starting at 8:30 sures at Maryland. I believe in|States Association of Colleges wang = the or ° 
+; (a strong athletic program andiand Secondary’ Schools reaf-| status ree reguiar ne-|'T ] B d 
= top a So wr wa believe the people in our|firmed full accreditation of/men. Walker, the team’s best ria oar 
be the 150-mile President's Cup) it was noted that| punter with a 46-yard average, 


state want a strong program, as Maryland, 

event. long as it is wholesome. progress reports would be ao-|and tackle Al Wharton and; The District Commissioners 

The program is sponsored by| “If the athletic setup has no'cepted. guard George Kolarec, all reg-' have dismissed Police Pvt. Rob- 
atid.for the benefit of the Em- adverse effegt on the academic; Yésterday a report was made|ulars, were nursing leg in-|.+ B Ewing from the police 
ployés Recreation Association | program, then it can do nothing which included discussion of) Juries. ain ot 
of the Fairchild Aircraft Diyi-/but contribute to the whole the athletic scholarship anmd| But quarterback Frank Tam- ; re: s 
siom at Hagerstown. coHege program. \grant situation at Maryland, | burello and Lynn Beightol are} They upheld Ewing's trial 

Mere than 300 entrants from'| “Some of our colleges—like| Grants in aid to athletes Injin peak condition again as the | board conviction on three 
across the Nation are on hand'Johns Hopkins—don't believe the total amount of $10,000 Terrapins, 21-point favorites, | charges — failure to commu- 
for the strictly amateur com-jin such a program. That is its were diverted to nonathletes go after their tenth straight) inate with his station as di- 
petition held under the aus-' policy and privilege. As long as this term. |victory against their second :. 
pices of the Sports Car Club/our athletes can meet our re-| At present about 30 per cent|Atlantic Coast Conference rected; lying to a superior; and 
of America. quirements—which are stiffer of the scholarships and grants game of the season. inefficiency. 
; rte may still be obtained than ose not enacting aid—I from state funds go to athivtes,| It t. Homecoming te. on Ewing, 32, of No. 9 Precinct, 
m Washington, D. C., at the am in favor of continuing Elkins said. But he explained Carolina tomorrow an oac -j 
Willard Hotel Ticket Office.) grants to them. ‘that athletics still have about) George Barclay’s big hope was pan Bane ema ste sour aes 

the same number of grants|that his Tar Heels would play previously in less than a year 
@ over-all because of endowments|like they did in their opener) by trial board. Charges includ-| 
from outside sources through|as host to Oklahoma, which! ed being late for work, neglect 
the school foundation. which}won out in the second half,| duty, and failure to pay atten- 


dies all scholarships and 13-6. tion to instructions at roll call. 
— r The officer's attorney, Curtis 


A great event — Barclay Confident p Mitchell, claimed that Ewing 

| “f think we have a good|had been under a doctors’ care 
GW—From Page II chance of winning,” Barclay|and had experienced domestic 
said as he tried for his first|troubles at the time of the last 


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victory in three games against|charges. He was ill when he 
in sports GW Favored ici toa tadm “f"" |missed calling into she station, 


A crowd of 30,000 is expected. | Mitchell said. 


A huge bonfire touched off a 


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. Over P enn big pep rally tonight by the 

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car racing! sad whipped Vu, 294, onal tana ie wee Mog wt! Marshalls 


Virginia, 13-0. Terrapins and stretch Caro- M 95 
: ; lina’s series edge to 14 victor- ark t 1 
The Colonials met Penn last ies in 21 games. 


fall for the first time in history : is 
h dness they sched-, Barclay has revised his line- 

and thank goodness they sched’ yp “since losing to Georgia, ANNIVETSALY 

out, GW’s 3227 victory over|2&7, last week. Sophomore! 

Penn was the only one they Dave Reed will start at quar-) General of the Army) and 


: : terback. He ran 83 yards as ) 
— Lh at ctaee bee Carolina defeated N. C. State, | Mrs. George C. Marshall cele- 


eT 
iy ; a brated their 25th wedding an- 45 
; -'s Penn’s| 2-18, and scored another | 
bale ehiance for sevende touchdown in that game. wm hngs ey week at Pine-| f 
yf > = de gg Temple Replaces Sutton They were married in Baltt-| e 


; " Weav Reed replaces Buddy Sasser.;)more on Oct. 12, 1930, with) 
action of Halfback Bill Weaver, | 16 Temple has replaced Ed|Gen. John J. Pershing serving 


e ee" | Sutton at halfback. as best man. An anniversary 
a ee | Stars of the North Carolina|/Party had been planned at the 


25 MI pe tee 6 ovr Si line are tackle Jack Maultsby,|Couple’s Leesburg estate, but , 
1S Fltiaa’ 2.28 @ Prinectem .... 7, Who has blocked two important|W45_ canceled when they went 
ye or es _430 punts, and end Will Frye, who|t? Pinehurst, N. C., because of 
. ; pa P* __.|recovered them for touch- ~ «aan of Mrs. Marshall's 
ho was injured against Vir-| owns against N. C. State and) | 
FAIRCHILD ginis "ent = out the Florida Georgia. ie moet and Mrs. Marshall 
game | Admitting Maryland has a Cee cts Mie Adal ennivertae? 
e _virtually impregnable line, the, na Frenc 
fi AT t 0 6 A L > P 0 R T $ ee ik ae prghtrh do woh d Fe Heels are basing their UP-| ill spend > on oe 
for the first time this season|S¢t aspirations on a passing bendy vad ne- 


against the Quakers, Sopho- 8#me-. Marshall’s first wife died tal 
C A 4 hal t t T | i G more Ray Looney has been 1927. The couple had been hag 


handling most of the GW’s Olson, Robinson 4 
SUNDAY a ett ontctig ulSign for Nev. 4 Bout | AT LOWEST PRICE EVER! 


It should be interesting to 


see what GW, a team which) (i1caGo, oc. 14 w Comedian Mostel 
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against Penn's fine pass de- Middleweight Champion Bobo) Deni . | Emerson leads again! Here’s a big 17-inch picture in a brand-new 
7 fense, second best in the Na-| Olson and former champion| 7@71LE$ Being Red, . : rae . 
. Sugar Ray Robinson . today | model—at a record-breaking new low price! Front is all screen . . ; 
Megerstewn Airport, Hagerstown, Maryland om. - J ° . 
peng nny ee ee Silent on Past | controls are on the side . . . modern cabinet is finished in ebony. 
Come sad see the first running of this exciting sports car event! |Old Dominion ee Colne Stadium Friday) worrywoop, Oct 14 @ It’s so much lighter in weight and smaller in size it’s actually port- 
Seven ‘thrill-packed races will feature drivers froin all over +51. | he contracts called for Ol|Actor Sam (Zero) Mostel de- able. Yet the picture is so much brighter and sharper! Leads in 
Ammeics, <iiving a kinds of populse end care spores cass— Ends Season With 7% take + 3 per cent share |nied before a House Un-Amer price... leads in quality, too! Hurry—get yours NOW! 
peoduction and modified models, American and foreign makes. 100-La R ace and Robinson 25 per cent ofjican Activities Committee to- 
Seo ‘eves two miles of runways become speedways es racing Pp : the net gate, with a like cut of day that he now is a Commu- 


thrills wke over for a whole day's excitement-packed entertain- MANASSAS, Va., Oct. 14 — pelle -osgge coye mdtgen 5 TY | nist, but refused to say if he . BIG TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE! 


os die ei in H wn, Maryland! Old  sgemengy Speedway closes televised nationally. pane ever been a member of the 3 
. ut its car racing season ) 
Fires vate begins at 8:30 AM and they race all day long! So \Saturday night with s 100-lap a vue. | WASHINGTON'S LARGEST FURNITURE STORES 


The 40-year-old New York 


eome early and bring the whole family! ichampionship feature heading | 
a five-event program. Sandy comedian, who recently ap- 
Sponsored by and for the benefit of the Employees Rec- wheee tenia qualifying’ peared in the stage play, “Luna. fa» 
Association of the Fairchild Aircraft Division, |heats, the first starting at 8 ties and Lovers,” in San Fran- Spt ‘ 
wader the official auspices of the Sports Car Glub of (p. m., and a ten-lap consolation cisco, was the only subpoenaed A ( 
race will precede the big event. witness before the two-man sub- ian y 
vi Wally Gore of Arlington, Va., committee investigating Com- a / 


ADMISSION: winner of ten 25-lap races and [7% munists in show business. 


‘Old Dominion’s No. .1 point The committee said it was Open Daily Spen Thursdoy 
General Admission—1.00 Reserved Seq — $2.00 man will be challenged for top 3% “not satisfied”. with his atti A Gh r | ? by A ey Me a elie en Wea 
merscerved Seat ~ 1,50 Walch tine Recerved Seat-"2,06 |petitts Ryland Brooks and EA eau Wie the note eee ae , 

- tors and Brooks a | recor e actor was é‘ 
rie “Ee die Payne, -both of Fredericks- NORTHEAST STORE BENNING RD, & MINNESOTA AVE. 


cooperative. 
Willard Hotel, Washington Va. Ellis Odham, Cla . Rep. Clyde Doyle (D-Calif.) 4s ; 
Wits en eee Oe | " tie 7 Bill. Wynkoop, Her. - chairman of the subcommittee. Open 10 am. to 9 p.m. Free Parking 


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»» MAGERSTOWN AIRPORT mee Mador, ee ge tr Pi | fail | oe ARLINGTON STORE 655 N.. GLEBE RD., PARKINGTON. 
3 Hagerstown, Maryland ,  |other leading drivers who will ) . ” } Open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Free Parking 


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Better Life Seen ....< Pedi A re. Light An Ree. 
In Automation Fa Prices Have Mixed Trend 


ne NEW YORK, Oct. 14 (#—The stock market ; on a 10 per cent stock dividend. Lockheed 
| 0470 OS Oe “| ¢rawled through a slow session of rather nar | was yp % at 47% on news that the Air Force 


‘ ~ 
By Bernard D. Nossiter . rowly mixed pricés today. 
y Dow-Jones Stocks On average, the market was up, but there | ®@4 awarded the company a $100 million jet 


Staff Reporter 
| ; were more losers than gainers in the list, | order. 
Bo - Bi nmin | | | an mn ae and the pace of trading was the slowest since The lack of interest in the market was at- 
. : . s3| late August. - : tributed by some brokers to the fact that 
professor began yesterday in- | = Gon | 
structing a congressional com-| fe rE | can = = S. : Railroads distinguished themselves with | many traders and others are gun shy about 
mittee in the mysteries of the fi : 5 Transactions ie stocks used in averages teday:, -2te Strength that proved to be the best show- | Monday markets. Since the President's heart 
newest technology, automation ek * ; 308; | ing of any major group. Steels did well. The | attack, three straight Monday markets have 
“4 ee “| total 315,008. rest of the market was mixed to lower with | broken severely. .- : 

The youthful pair, John Die- a —_ ee individual gains being registered in the mo- The more cautious felt that it®would be 
bold, head of hisown New York J tors, aircrafts and chemicals. better to hold cash over the weekend than 
consulting firm, and Associate’ 3 ; ; Most changes were small, and the outside | stocks that might be adversely affected by 
Professor Walter S. Bucking-' . unexpected developments. 
ham of the Georgia Institute of | ; Abbott L 1. 4 The Associated Press average of 60 storks 
Technology, sparred politely Amecteted tees 15 wee & . : was up 10 cents at $165.70. Yesterday it was 
over how automation will effect Diebold Buckingham _ . S. down 20 cents. The industrial component of 
jobs and output in the near .«« testify on automation ‘ACF ind . sd , he The aircrafts started out well and. then fell | the average was up 10 cents, raflroads gained 
future. Diebold’s optimism was . fom (te of ‘e+ | back under profit-taking. Douglas Aircraft | 70 cents, and utilities fell back 10 cents. 
supported by the day's final a Gee ~ ‘| was off 1% at 71%. Earnings were disappoint- Columbia Gas topped the most active list 
witness, Dwillard J. Davis, & University of Chicago doctoral Pye m2) ing, and directors declared the usual extra | unchanged at 16% on 31,500 shares including 
Ford Motor Co. vice president, 'gissertation, “was very limited.” | iu and regular dividends. _ a block of 25,000 shares at 16%. 
before a subcommittee of the He added that in most indus-|ae Ret pf He . Republic Steel responded’ with a gain of Corporate bonds were mixed. U. 8. Gov- 
Joint Committee on the Eco- tries, automated machines Masks jes ...| 1% at 47% to a good earnings report, Na- | ernment issues traded over the counter were 
nomic Report. |merely shifted workers to other M's? Preé © ee te tm. ‘a! tional Automotive Fibres gained 15% at 19% | lower, 
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All three told Rep. Wright!jobs and did not put them out 
Patman (D-Tex.), sitting as a of work. 
one-man committee in the Capt-| Davis said Ford’s experience » 
tol’s Old Supreme Court Room,'should lessen unemployment |Ailieé Ch 3a 
that eventually automation|fears. In three plants in 1950, ,y24 M's 
would greatly improve the Na- he said, 8253 direct labor work-| Allied Strs 3 
tion's standard of living. They ers were used to turn out near- | {is ee un 
also agreed automation was a ly 2 million engines. In 1954, tiem Ut 2.29 
much abused word and Buck- with new, automated machines, Mss ! 
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automation had cut jobs 63.4 week down to the low 30s. Davis 
per cent in 12 cases. predicted passenger car output as go 

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checks the relayed to the Treasurer of the fits par 4. % , | 
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Cigarette manufacturers asked | Agriculture Secretary Ben- 
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the Re ae ay bea: va cent cut in the national cotton 
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By S. Oliver Goodman NEW YORK, Oct. 14 (#—Major New York banks announces 


: Financial Editor k C ° t ° | { ° | Ab | ont ih | today a boost in the prime interest rate from 3% to 3% per 
Parib | ti tely. 

Celebrating fts 75th anniversary, Woodward & open in the Blac ites aptta ro ) weve ae Pee te eat banks charge their biggest borrow- 
fiscal year ended July 30 chalked up the highest sales and . , Baan érs with the best credit rating. *—————___-—__ ——__—_ 


Yay bene preteen gg toe —venyg A CHICAGO, Oct. 14 #—The| World Bank loan of $3.25_mil-/nance for practical criteria to | BEBEE| | | This rise will be reflected short, 


Sten ae ee we Co aneee emmnneere Spnenes Ieee president of the Sé-nation World| tion is providing tractors andthe development of resources|| (JSS .sS.sceemne ly in higher interest costs for) Chevrolet to Show 
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day, showed 
store netted 3.10 per cent of | 
sales in the latest year as com-| Sales Gain Continues _|international investnent "i, the Thal desert into fertile| But the bank, Black declared, | |rem tm ta te Mom Aum Sonu ton cas ahuees peaked ap frean Gent 
pared with 2.63 per cent in the having an increasing impact on|farm land that will support'does nothing from motives of | charged the big borrowers. | DETROIT, Oct. 14 @ 
previous year. In Dept. Stores Here both industrialized and under- 50,000 families. charity. “It does not ‘give’ The banks announcing the| Chevrolet announced today 
The ratio was the highest in developed countries.” | “With the help of this equip-- money away—it is interested hike today included First Na-| its 1956 model cars will go 
the past five years; sharehold-| Sales of Washington de- Eugene R. Black, in an ad- ment Pakistanis are clearing only in transactions it considers R d S t tional City, Irving Trust, Guar-| on dealer display Nov, 4. 
ers were told in the annual re-| partment stores continued to dress prepared for the 50th-an-.and irrigating about 700,000\ good business all around.” | ecor ‘ e anty Trust Co, and Chase Styling and engineering 
aac nual meeting of the American|acres. According to best esti-| “To date the bank has made Manhattan.. Others were ex-| details of the new models 
pected to follow. | are being witheld until the . 


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nike ‘Bank, in helping to open up'completed in two more years $2.42 billion in 38 countries and By Republic The last increase in the| public introduction. W. E. 
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“rpomcige 9 one gichengg. investment opportunities “has the value of the new crops will overseas territories,” Black prime interest rate was Aug 4,, Fish, general sales mana- 
a Tn 2 One See Cae \itself lent more than $24 bil-|reach some $24 million a year.” said. “It is lending at a rate of when it was increased from 3; ger, said however, that the 
ner coat, inerenewed an 8 ‘ion, in 38 countries and has| Black said the main business| about $400 million a year and . to 3% per cent. | Rew line is the “most di- 
vee the -y Oct, |Mobilized more than $1 billion/of the World Bank is economic its loans are helping to carry 6 | P f t Banks in other cities, includ-| versified in Chevrolet his- 
« beans to agen : ‘of private savings for produc- development. He added that forward, or have helped to com- ee r 0 { ing St. Louis, Philadelphia and) tory.” 
regalo ap 4 were UP * \tive use abroad.” ‘its job “is to help its 58 mem- plete, more than 450 separate Cleveland, announced similar 

and area volume («urn Pakistan,” Black said, “a,;ber countries apply sound fi-| projects throughout the world.” increases in their prime inter- — 
"Seloaaie eye he | Republic Steel Corp. reported | est rates. 

/ record high net income of $63,-| Bankers attributed a “severe 
store sales fe. the year to 142,811, or $4.09 a share, for the|shortage” of funds mie and increase of 6.54 per 
date showed an increase of nine months ended Sept. 30/with a strong demand for cent over sales for the same 


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7 per cent over the same Hau e Cites A St k riod of 1954, whi 
Chair- . compared with $35,093,946, or) credit as reasons for the latest| Period o , which amounted 
port signed jointly by air-| 1954 period. ‘ £ merican Oc S $2.32 a share, for the like period | rise. to $129,146,385. There were 


man John Tyssowski and Presi- 
a year ago. Sales for the latest | 1854 retail locetions in opera- 


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Sales and net income for the Cisennower 8 Total sales, 770,000 shares; lew Close Che — here pot FE yg Gold Jumps at Paris tion in 1955 compared with 
. | compared w , ; 
ny Oa cea _— er ae and is expected to open year ago, 614,185. 1+ %/ for the like period in 1954. _ PARIS, Oct. 14 #.—Price of 1858 in 1954. Sales for the 40- 
net income in’ the late summer of 1956. - Sth, Schick Inc. reported for the we y neat poet wd up on the'week period ended Oct. 8 to- 
me 7 jnine monte ended Sept. 0 net heating preety cre fi taled $1,334,483,037 an increase 
et $2.01 per Ban ae haan aoie fate of Premier Edgar Faure’s °f 632 per cent over sales for 
dell pared with $1,685,038 or $2.81, S°vermment before the WNa- the same period of 1954. which 
Boa bie 296-118 oe ane share in the like pen gh wm ype peg! iyo amounted to $1,255,202,728. 
ey 4 our dasleer tions follow (for the frames yesterday, reached 14,- [J.S. Rubber Pension Pla 
4+ W) nine months ended Sept. 30 unless 360 francs today. The kilo (2.2 = 
twink’ ii|” Dow Chemical Ce. for three months| pounds) of gold went up from| NEW YORK, Oct. 14 #~—At a 
Site+ % | ended Aus. 31; 440,000 to 444,000 francs. (Offi specfal stockholders meeting of 


1955 54 
104% 163%) 163%+ % Prt cs | is 350 ae 
M4 He 3814—1%4 A chance... S11.723.007 65.584.098/ cial rate of the franc is to! United States Rubber Co. today 


|. Kendall Ce. for 36 weeks ended Sept.|the dollar.) On the black mar- a change in the company’ 

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an. Net income #2.604.009 £2,590, 00 | ket _ eye quoted atision plan was anereved.” ta 
onl i Masonite Corp, for 12 months end any Francs against 383 yester-| creasing the minimum pension 
Net income .. $6.093.359 83,607,338 , allowance to $1.80 a month for 


% 

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New York Air Brake Co ly y= . pw 

A RY, ty | Net income $1,430.34) 81.330)592 Custom Copper Cut ec years. The employe would re- 
share " - - : iti 

A “® Giant Tellowknife Geld Mines, 144. for|) NEW YORK, Oct. 14 (ceive the pension in addition to 

— . - . . . a 
17 = Si Net income ~— $983,669 81,508.075, Some custom smelters today Social Security benefits. Pre- 
24 3? were selling copper at 45 cents Viously, the minimum had been 


share 2 
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27 a pound. This is a reduction of 4 fixed amount, ranging from 


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901,588 ” 
1ee2,s08' at $53.86 at the end of the' here ee 
42,785, 4144\ fiscal year, compared with | ‘— White House mange i Saw 
Poa cs Raigy' enn | $47.74 a year ago. Gabriel Hauge said today “Ei-| ** — ecw 
year was ‘equal to $5.21 a com- Nee Co. Wins A d i ; aes cee i an “i 
mon share, compared with $4.23 ‘Yee CO. Wins Awar without enriching some at the. ait 
a share in the previous year.) pP J Nee Co. has received the expense of others. 
This is based for both years on Socrates Award “for consistent} He contrasted this with 
the 280,000 common shares noW lexcellence in newspaper adver-|“economic bulb - snatching,” 
outstanding. Earlier this year,/tising” during the past year.|which he said was someone's 
Woodward's sold an additional|The award was presented to\gain through another's loss. 
30,000 shares to the public. Edward J. Raum, director of | In a speech prepared for the 
It is particularly gratify-| advertising for the area furni-\Commonwealth Club of Cali- 
ing,” the report noted, “that| ture firm, by V. Edward Borges, | fornia, the President's Assistant 
our downtown store has shared editor of Furniture Ads Ideas. for Economic Affairs said the 
in the over-all gain in sales!The Nee firm operates stores in adminitration is committed to 
and has been running ahead of Washington, Arlington and preserving the “essential fea- 
the Federal Reserve figures for Rockville. George O. Klemp is tures” of the innovations of ¥* | 
sales of all downtown depart-' general manager. the Roosevelt and Truman Ad- Aties 
ment stores in the District of 'ministrations but considers ts 
Columbia. NBW Stock at $55 these would have been more 
Shareholders were told that pe effective if they had been “con-| 
the higher ratio of profits to| Stock of National Bank of ceived in a spirit of cooperation 
sales reflects improvement of, W4shington was traded at $55 a and harmony.” 
operating technique in all de-|S2are yesterday on the local “Today, because on the whole 
partments. market. This was the first sale’ h : al needs 
since stockholders were given ‘¢5¢ Programs met real n 
Balante sheet showed a ratio 5 _ ithey have been integrated into 
of 4.06 on current assets to| Tights” to purchase 205,000 
t ddi Ish the American way and the Ei- 
current liabilities, compared| #4ditional shares at $30 a share.| senhower conservative would 
; Before the “rights” offering, 
with 2.65 .at the close of the “ not propose going back on 
previous year. a shares “a selling st $96/ their essential features,” Hague! 
As of July 31, 1955, total bor- * Share. added. 
rowings amounted to $7,250,000 Notes “Rather he seeks to improve - 
as compared with $9,050,000 .a * upon them and to adapt them ¢ 
year ago. | General Motors has named’i, the needs of a vital. self- 
The 3.12 per cent increase in Crawford Door Sales Corp., Ol reliant, and fundamentally | 
sales in the latest year would South Capitol st., as distributor ynited people. 
have been larger, shareholders for the new Delco-Matic radio- “His goal is the creation of 
were told, except for the total activated garage door operator’ sn environment in which the | 
destruction by fire of the Be-|. .. Celanese Corp. will exhibit traditional forces of our free-|| 
thesda Budget Store on Dec.'reinforced plastic truck and! choice economy are strength-' 
17, 1954. “Save for this mis-\trailer bodies Tuesday and ened.” 
fortune,” the report said, “total| Wednesday in the rear of the 
Sales would have been substan-|La Salle Hotel, on L st. near’ 
tally in excess of $50 million.”|Connecticut ave... Eastman | [CC To P robe 
PP ae San pe. — on been wey Stores, Inc., 6210 Capi-| 
; and approximately one-'tol st., will have a special dis- ; 
third more selling area is now play Wednesday and Thursday. N ickel Plate Deal 
Available. The rebuilt unit of PAKO photographic process- | 
opened for business on Sept. 6, ing equipment ... Information| The Interstate Commerce | 
this year. for Industry, Inc., publishers of Commission yesterday ordered 
A large-new Woodward store an index to chemical patents, 2" investigation of the Lacka- | 
at Seven Corners in Fairfax has moved to larger quarters W2""a Railroad's acquisition of 


County, Va., is under construc-' at"1108 16th st.. nw. stock in the Nickel Plate Line); 
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directors on the Nickel Plate’ 
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Unity of the West 


. 

Field Marshal Lord Montgomery became the 
fervent supranationalist when he was made deputy 
commander in chief of the allied forces in 
Europe. Now he has gone the whole hog. In 
a speech in London the, other day he suggested 
the creation of a single political authority and a 
subordinate single military authority to direct any 
future war. Either the United States or Canada 
would be the political seat, though, in view of the 
military predominance of the United States, an 
American would become the supreme commander. 

Already the British have derided the proposal. 
The London Times calls it “hopelessly unrealistic.” 
It is in fact idealistic. Whether the idea is also 
hopeless depends upon one’s temperament, whether 
it is pessimistic or optimistic. The fact of the 
matter is that Monty’s suggestion is based upon 
irrefutable military reasoning, and that is that, 
in the circumstances of modern war, there must 
be a single organization for the purpose of striking 
the decisive first blow. 

Lord Montgomery's view reflects his military 
experience. No doubt he also spoke out of dis- 
illusionment with the working out of NATO, which 
seems to be on the skids. The Scandinavians are 
not cooperating, Turkey and Greece are at logger- 
heads, and France has pulled out most of her 
troops for service in North Africa. Montgomery's 
own country is all set for retrenchment in military 
expenditure and reduction of the two-year period 
of military service. All this is because unbridled 
sovereignty és the order of the day, and the military 
aspect of supranational organization is generally 
overemphasized. 

Here we find the chief weakness of Lord Mont- 
gomery’s own position. He talks in military terms 
-—as if you could unite the countries in the mili- 
tary organization solely to prepare for a future war. 
His idea would make more sense if he had come 
out in favor of Atlantic Union. This, as a matter 
of fact, is what he really wants. A military unity 
would flow from, and is merely a facet of, the 
abolition of national sovereignty. And this could 
be accomplished only throfigh such a device as 
the one advocated by Atlantic Union. 


Tangled Legion Logic 


The American Legion has tangled itself in a con- 
fusion of feeling about the United Nations and its 
auxiliaries. On Wednesday the Legion, meeting 
Miami, turned its back upon its special com- 


mander, and voted to request the United States to 
withdraw from the United Nations Educational, 
Scientific and Cultural Organization. On Thurs- 
day the pendulum swung sharply in the other 
direction and the Legion convention overwhelm- 
ingly indorsed continued United States adherence 
to the U. N. itself. Apparently the peace-keeping 
aspects of the U. N. are all right, but the idea of 
international science, education and culture is 
anathema. 

Though it is difficult to follow the currents of 
Opinion that swept through the Legion convention 
hall, there are some clews as to what happened. 
UNESCO was condemned because of an unfounded 
suspicion that it circulates “subversive literature.” 
To this was added a charge that UNESCO is carry- 
ing on a campaign for world citizenship and 
world government. That charge, if it can be re- 
garded as such, was emphatically denied, but it 
seemed to excite some superpatriots in the Legion. 
Their tirades against UNESCO unloosed an ava- 
lanche of isolationist sentiment. 

When the main resolution aimed at the U. N. 
reached the convention floor, however, another 
powerful sentiment among Legionnaires came to 
the fore. A World War II veteran who had lost 
both legs fighting in Italy boomed out in a most 
emphatic manner that the proposal to condemn 
the United Nations was an absurdity because that 
organization offers the only hope for a peaceful 
world. This was supplemented by other straight- 
from-the-shoulder talk about the realities of the 
present world situation. The desirability of peace 


and the indisputably close relationship of the U.N. - 


to the hope for peace in our time easily carried 
the day. For this much the Legion may be com- 
mended, but its standing before the public would 
be vastly improved, as pointed out by some of its 
own members, if it could restrain the tendency to 
shoot in the dark in regard to such questions as 
UNESCO. 


Bernarr Macfadden 


The career of Bernarr Macfadden could hardly 
have: been possible in any other place and time 
than his own. He bears, it is true, a slight resem- 
blance to some of those celebrated English eccen- 
trics of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth 
centuries; but the important difference is that, 
whereas it was mainly the possession of hereditary 
wealth and impregnable social position that per- 
mitted the milords to indulge their whims and 
vagaries to the utmost, Mr. Macfadden could ex- 


‘ ploit his somatic extravagances and his dietary 


aberrations into means of winning thousands of in- 
fatuated disciples and the amassing of an immense 
personal fortune, only to see it. dissipated in, ill- 
timed journalistic ventures and by adverse slintony 
judgments. 

It was also in keeping with the ethos of the times 
that Bernarr Macfadden’s rise to riches and celeb- 
rity should have been from the most obscure and 
unpropitious beginnings. This sickly and under- 
nourished child of an alcoholic father and a tuber- 
culous mother, who spent part of his childhood 
in a country orphanage, became the apostle of a 
teetotalism that included among its tabus not onty 
distilled and fermented liquors but also tea, coffee, 
Wbacco, sugared drinks and white bread, and of 
the treed that any form of physical weakness 
constitutes a species; of crime. 

In all this Bernarr Macfadden represented 
merely the extreme of a fashionable cult. That was 


* the age of Frank Merriwell, which equated athleti- 


cism with virtue and muscularity with viriity. In 


the matter of sex, however, Mr. Macfadden was 


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something of a pioneer. It was his proudly avowed 
aim to rescue sex from the stuffy and unhealthy 
atmosphere of the smoking room and the honky- 
tonk into the clean, sunlit world of outdoors, and 
also perhaps to dignify it as a subject of serious 


and high-minded conversation in physical culture 


restaurants over a nut-and-spinach rageut and a 
magnum of chilled carrot juice. 

The cult of athleticism—of the bulging bicep 
and the body beautiful—seems nowadays some- 
what on the decline; indeed the muscular. short- 
comings of the latest generation of American youth 
have become a matter of such concern to the mili- 
tary authorities that President Eisenhower, just 
before his recent illness, thought it wise to call a 
conference of experts to consider the problem. The 
cult of sex, on the other hand, is as flourishing as 
ever; and the ironical part of this is that, whereas 
the journalistic exploitation of muscle was the 
foundation of Bernarr Macfadden’s financial suc- 
cess, the journalistic exploitation of sexual pruri- 
ence, as represented in the New York Daily Graph- 
ic, marked the beginning of his financial misfor- 
tunes. Still, when we look over some of the con- 
temporary London tabloids, we wonder whether 
Bernarr Macfadden is not just another example of 
the prophet who was denied his meed of honor. 


Barriers to Aggression 


President Eisenhower's letter to Premier Bul- 
ganin is ample proof that there has been no 
departure from the “spirit of Geneva” so far as 
the United States is concerned. In tone, the letter 
is friendly and conciliatory, and it accepts an 
important Russian proposal. The effect is to draw 
Moscow deeper into the negotiations for an ex- 
change of military information between the two 
countries with the object of lessening tensions and 
preventing any surprise attack. 

The President's concession does not substantially 
modify his original proposal at Geneva that the 
two countries exchange blueprints of their military 
establishments and that each permit aerial observa- 
tion flights over the territory of the other. In 
reply to that offer Premier Bulganin had suggested 
the creation of control posts in large ports, at rail- 
road junctions, on important highways and at air- 
ports. His idea was that such Russian posts in 
the United States and United States posts in Russia 
would serve as warning centers against any buildup 
of strength for a surprise attack. The President 
has now replied: “. . . if you feel that this would 
help to create the better spirit I refer to, we could 
accept that, too.” 

How can Moscow now refuse to move forward 
with the plan? Mr. Eisenhower has further demon- 
strated that he is entirely sincere in seeking an 
international check on military strength so as to 
deter aggression. His sincerity invites an equal 
sincerity in Moscow. The President has also reiter- 
ated the United States’ basic interest in control 


and reduction of armaments as soon as a reliable. 


inspection system can be devised and put into 
operation. If the Russians are willing to pursue 
the subject with a similar purpose of attaining 
concrete results, substantial progress toward anti- 
aggression measures can be made at the next 


Geneva meeting. ‘ 


Teacher Imbalance 


If the reproof given to District School Superin- 
tendent Corning on Thursday by members of the 
Board of Education seemed harsh, it can hardly 
be considered unjustified. From the opening day 
of school a month ago, the existence of a critical 
teacher shortage was painfully apparent. Two 
weeks ago the Board of Education instructed the 
superintendent to take immediate action toward 
transferring teacher salaries from the high schools 
to the elementary schools as an emergency meas- 
ure. Parents have been deluging school authorities 
with inquiries and protests about overcrowded 
classrooms with mixed grades. But Dr. Corning 
did not come forward until Thursday with anything 
resembling a plan to meet the crisis—and even 
then it seemed little more than a stopgap response 
to direct criticism from Board members. 

“The superintendent,” said School Board mem- 
ber Walter Tobriner on Wednesday, “is woefully 
unaware of the temper of the community in delay- 
ing so long this matter on which the School Board 
acted over two weeks ago.” Every day of delay 
works a hardship and an injustice on considerable 
numbers of school children. The educational 
opportunities denied to them now can never be 
recovered. And their parents would be delinquent 
indeed if they were not aroused by serious defects 
in the school program growing out of carelessness 
and poor planning. The teacher imbalance pre- 
sents the District with a most serious condition 
which the superintendent has a pressing obligation 
to rectify as speedily as possible. The business of 
the superintendent is to superintend. 


‘Court Censor 


Senator Eastland’s blunderbuss technique of 
congressional investigation has ‘now succeeded in 
reducing his Internal Security Subcommittee’s 
probe of jury tapping in Wichita from the ridicu- 
lous to the outrageous. Because a Federal trial 
judge and the chief judge of the Tenth Circuit 


Court of Appeals gave their consent to the placing 


of a concealed microphone in a jury room—as part 
of a research effort to learn something about the 
behavior of juries—the subcommittee has now 
intimated that impeachment proceedings may be 
in order. This newspaper believes, as it has 
already said editorially, that it was improper to 
record a jury’s deliberations without the knowledge 
of the jury; we also believe, therefore, that the 
judges who gave their consent made a mistake in 
doing so. But it was certainly not a mistake which 
could, rationally be said to reflect in any way upon 
their integrity. And to treat it in any way as a 


St. Louls Post-Dispatch 


Letters to the Editor 


Jury Study 

I find myself deeply troubled 
by the actions taken by a sister 
school, the University of Chi- 
cago, in connection with a study 
of jury behavior. This observer 
would feel that perhaps the 
very thing which makes our 
juries, function so well was in- 
deed endangered. For when 
a few men are gathered to- 
gether under the thoughtful at- 
mosphere present in a court of 
law, and these men allowed to 
express their honest thoughts 
without fear of direct quota- 
tion to the public who can never 
be as well acquainted with the 
facts as the jury, a sort of ma- 
ture and objective study of the 
problems results; and heights 
of good sense, often unobtain- 
able by the persons singly, are 
achieved through the commu- 
nity atmosphere. 

And it is not enough to say 
that if the consent of the jurors 
had been secured this action 
would have been permissible. 
Under no conditions should the 
deliberations of these men, en- 
trusted with the duty of de- 
cision, be made public, whether 
the public be a law class or a 
nation. 

Though I recognize the fact 
that this is probably the only 
way to really see a jury at work, 
and thus decide whether its 
decisions are arrived at judi- 
ciously,or haphazardly, upon 
what eFidence is the assump- 
tion based that the jury system 
is falling down on its job, or 
even functioning imperfectly? 
MARVIN W. HUMPHREYS. 


Haverford College, 


Haverford, Pa. 


Nats Challenged 


A recent perusal of the stand- 
ings in the American League 
indicates that the Washington 
Nationals are playing in the 
wrong league. Now, on the oth- 
er hand, Dhahran has a team 
which, although not in a class 
with the Yankees, can beat the 
sox off the Nationals. 

Therefore, we in Dhahran 
propose a seven-game series of 
our best and your worst, to be 
played in Dhahran at any time 
between now and next April. 
The winner may rightfully 
claim the championship of the 
world—east of Suez and west 
of the road to Mandalay. 

For the information of the 
Washington Baseball Club, the 
seating capacity of the Dhahran 
stadium is something less than 
100,000. Playing conditions are 
excellent, the outfield is sodded 
while the infield has the cus- 
tomary number of bases laid 
out in accordance with local 
rules and regulations. 

Financial arrangements may 
be of some interest to the 
owners of your club. We can 
guarantee a full house, but it's 
not our practice to charge ad- 
mission. 

Unfortunately, we cannot ad- 
vance traveling or incidental 
expenses as we are a little short 
of spending money. However, 
in compensation we will allow 
the Nationals to bring their own 
umpires. 

ANGUS SINCLAIR. 

Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. 


Justicia Omnibus 
Does the District's motto con- 


template justice for the 160,-. 


000,000 citizens of the several 


_govereign states, or only for 


those who have chosen for one 
reason or other to become resi- 
dent, rather than domiciled, at 
the seat of the Federal Gov- 
ernment? 

This clamor for the vote and 
representation goes on without 
surcease based on iots ‘tea- 
soning. I would to urge 
that we rediscover the pur- 
poses set forth in the Constitu- 
tion for creating a permanent 
seat of .governmment here on 
the Potomac. 

As I see it, it was designed to 
give the Federal Government el- 
bow room to carry out its dele- 


ground for impeachment is to mistake the whole gated 


nature of congressional authority over the judiciary. 
It is no part of Senator Eastland’s business to serve 
as a censor of the courts. — 


free from private enterprise, as 
such, beyond the needs of th: 
Government, and the needs of 
the people who service it. 

I suggest that the Congress 
retrocede to Maryland such 
land as is not needed, in the 
light of present needs. Roughly, 
I think we could get along and 
the Government could func- 
tion, with a northern boundary 
of, say, Monroe Street. We 
don’t require the land across 
the Anacostia. 

Those who want the vote can 
find residence in the retroced- 
ed area and then we all will 
be happy! | am sure a much 
more beautiful National Capital 


will result with consequent bet- 


ter handling of Federal prob- 
lems and, very particularly, joy 
to 160,000,000 American citizens 
whose national shrine this city 
purports to be. 
JIM BOYER. 
Washington. 


No Justice for Till 


The trial in the case of 
Emmett Louis Till was merely 
a farce. “Mississippi sjustice” 
as Walter D. Watson sees it, in 
his letter of Oct. 6, is a farce, 
too. Maybe he is a Mississippian 
or from parts thereof. 

How could justice be ren- 
dered with an all-white jury 
deciding a case of a Negro in 
Mississippi? Are you asking in- 
telligent people to believe that 
a jury of white men sud- 
denly got rid of their hate and 
dislike for the Negro (some- 
thing they’ve had for years) for 
a few hours until the verdict 
was rendered and then started 
hating and disliking them again 
the instant after the verdict’ 
Please! Let us be truthful to 
ourselves at least. 

Of course, many more con- 
crete instances could be cited, 
if space were available, wherein 
| agree with Mr. James W. 
Pinkston’s contention that fus- 
tice did not prevail in the case 
of Emmett Louis Till. 

MADGIELENE HUGHES, 

Washington. 


Contribution to Japan 


After reading “Eight Amer- 
icans Still Proud of Japan 
They Shaped” in The Wash- 
ington Post and Times Herald 
of Oct. 9, I feel that I should 
bring to your attention the 
name of another man who 
made great contributions to 
guiding Japan in the develop- 
ment of its postwar economy. 
He ig Dr. Hubert G. Schenck, 
who, from the beginning of 
the occupation almost to the 
peace treaty, was chief of the 
Natural Resources Section, 
Headquarters, Supreme Com- 
mander for the Allied Powers. 

Dr. Schenck, at that time a 
lieutenant colonel on leave as 
professor of geology at Stan- 
ford, headed an organization 
responsible for ——— oc- 
cupation policy in the fields 
of agriculture, fisheries, 
estry, mining and geology. 

Dr. Ladejinsky’s work in 
land reform is probably the 
best known result of the Nat- 
ural Resources Section’s pro- 
gram, and it is typical of the 
problems that were faced in 
that the occupation authorities 
had to help the Japanese de- 
velop a means of making the 
maximum use of a resource of 
which they did not have 
enough. 

This was true of the forests, 
which require watchful man- 
agement to prevent depletion, 
and of mineral deposits, most 
of which were in short supply. 
In the field of fisheries the 
main problem was to get the 
demoralized Japanese fishing 
fleets going again in the ex- 
ploitation of the one large, self. 
renewing source of food. 

Dr. Schenck was particularly 
effective because he served as 
an adviser and guide, and he 
did this by bringing to Japan 
specialists who were so well 
qualified that they won the 
respect of their Japanese col- 
leagues and established a firm 
professional relationship with 


for- 


them. 
FRANK C. WHITMORL, JR 
Hyattsville, Md. 


“Inside Liberia” 


As an organization dedicated 
to fostering understanding be- 
tween our people and those of 
the Republic of Liberia, we are 
frankly shocked at the misinfor- 
mation and careless judgments 
presented in John Gunther's 
book “Inside Africa.” We fee! 
that it is only fair that the read- 
ing public to whom this book is 
being highly commended by the 
press should have some warninrc 
of the inaccuracies and the half 
truths which it contains. 

For example, Mr. Gunthe 
says there are only 260 miles o! 
“alleweather roads” in Liberia, 
but makes no mention of the 
$30 million highway program 
going on as part of Presiden’ 
Tubman’s Nine-Year Economic 
Development Program. 

Mr. Gunther claims there ar: 
only two native Liberia doctors 
(wrong); does not mention thai 
Dr. Togba, Liberian-born head 
of the country’s National Public 
Health Service, is President of 
the U. N.’s World Health Organ- 
ization; that Liberia’s Institute 
of Tropical Medicine is one of 
the most advanced in the world: 
that only one nation spends 
more money on health in pro- 
portion to total revenues. 

Mr. Gunther states that more 
than 90 per cent of the popula. 
tion is illiterate and leaves the 
impression that education is 
dismal at best in Liberia. Why 


the small nations against the 
rule that they should file their 
opinions for the record instead 
of speaking them for the world 
to hear? Why does Mr. Gun- 
ther not mentign Liberia’s polit- 
ical stability and its willingness 
to share its resources with other 
nations under terms which have 
made it a model of progress for 
underdeveloped areas? Why 
does he overlook such indica- 
tions of Liberia’s participation 
in world activities such as its 
activities in many U. N. organi- 
zations or the selection this 
year of Mr. Charles Sherman. 
economic adviser of Liberia's 
State Department, to the chair 
manship of the Internationa! 
Council of YMCAs? 

The record of Liberia's ac- 
complishments shows that it is 
consciously and energetically 
an outpost of Western democ- 
racy in Africa. Further, in the 
words of Ambassador C. L. 
Simpson, “Liberia is the only 
nation on the continent of Af- 
rica on which the United States 
has been able to rely as an ally 
beyond question.” 

Those who are interested in 
finding out what Liberia is rea). 
ly like might write the Liberian 
Embassy in Washington for a 
copy of its brochure “Liberia.” 
Its ample color photographs and 
text prepared last year on the 
occasion of President Tubman’s 
visit here as the guest of Presi- 

r present a bal- 


posses- 
sion of so much misinformation 
or why he related it without 
more careful checking, but we 
do know that he spent only one 
day and one night in Liberia 
while researching his book. We 
think the public should know 
that it must take his treatment 


‘ 


Princess Finds Era 


Hard for Romance — 


By Malvina Lindsay 


a 


IF Princess Margaret had lived 118 years 
earlier, she might well have escaped some 
of the two-year commotion over her r- 
ported romance. The same might be true 
if her birth date had 
been moved up 25 years. #4 

The British princess 
has had poor timing (a 
huckster might call it 
perfect) for the roman- 
tie association of her 
name with, that of the 
40 - year - old divorced 
Royal Air Force flier, 

Group Capt. Peter Town- 
send. 

Only since her great- 
great-grandmother, Queen Victoria, a® 
cended the throne has British royalty 
been cast in a rigid mola of perfect per- 
sonal example to the nation. 

Today's social problems have also 
crowded in on the princess’ personal 
affairs. Both civil and church authorities 
in England are ‘trying to stem the rising 
tide of divorce. Last year it was reported 
that 7 per cent of all marriages in 
Britain and Wales ended in divorce, (The 
rate in this country is estimated at around 
25 per cent. 

Simultaneously, social and political bar- 
riers against divorce seem to be giving 
way. Thé Prime Minister, Sir Anthony 
Eden, has retained popularity despite his 
divorced status, Divorced persons are now 
permitted inside the royal enclosure at 
the Ascot racing course. It is possible, 
even likely, these changing attitddes will 
be reflected in time in canon law, which 
is reported to be the chief barrier to 
Capt. Townsend's acceptance as a suitor. 

cos 

PRESENT conservatism of the church on 
the matter is illustrated by a bishop's pro- 
posed compromise in the 1954 controversy 
over canon law change—namely that pray- 
ers could be offered privately in church 
with and for innocent parties to divorce 
suits who later contracted civil marriages. 
This presumably would insure Capt. Town- 
send, a recognized “innocent party,” at 
least private prayers should he remarry. 

The role of the good example, inaw 
gurated by Victoria and Albert, and further 
strengthened by George V and George VI 
and their families, is one not likely to be 
shed easily by royalty. This writer has 
heard Britons who were themselves di- 
vorced (and without regrets) declare they 
would not want to see Princess Margaret 
marry a divorced man 

The desire to keep royalty on pedestals 
has lohg existed in some form or another. 
One hears many persons in this country 
say they wish we had a royal family te 
symbolize the good life above the battle, 
and there is much tendency to put Presi- 
dent and Mrs. Eisenhower ia such a role. 

But in the past there seems to have been 
more emphasis on royal strength and om- 
niscience than on propriety. Today's royal 
behavior pattern derives largely from 
Queen Victoria. While she alone was 
not responsible for the wave of outer 
rectitude that bears her name, she ascend- 
ed the throne in 1837 about the time 
it was sweeping in, and she gave it leader- 
ship throughout the rest of the century. 

NO WONDER the British nation wel- 
comed the change Vicoria and the “good 
Albert” brought to royal conduct. Wil- 
liam IV, Victoria's immediate predeces- 
sor, had furnished constant gossip for 
his subjects through his liaison with the 
actress, Mrs. Jordan, by whom he had 
a large family, while married to Queen 
Adelaide. The dissipated George IV had 
abandoned two wives, one a commoner. 
George III was proper in his family life, 
but eccentric. Both George I and George 
Il provided the usual palace scandals. 

Back through the years, propriety and 
even canon law were often flouted by 
royalty. Some of the favorites and reputed 
suitors of Elizabeth I were married men. 
In neither England nor- Europe of that 
day did married or divorced status inter- 
fere much with royal matchmaking. 

Since Victoria, only the two Edwards 
have briefly broken the rigid tradition of 
royal social conformity. King George V 
and Queen Mary were almost too right 
for their personal roles to be real. King 
George VI and Elizabeth ient- themselves 
even more to idealization. The young 
Princess Elizabeth grew up properly, had 
a storybook romance with a handsome 
prince, a wedding pageant that renewed 
a tired nation's youth, and later provided 
her country with a young prince and 
princess in the proper order. 

Princess Margaret has broken the pat 
tern to the extent of giving Britain, and 
much of the world, a royal whodunit to #l- 
low these last two years. Whatever the 
ending of this; it will have a sequel in 
its indirect influence on one of the big 
social questions now troubling British 
church and state. 


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DES MOINES, Oct. 4 @ 
Republican representatives of 
eight Midwestern states today 
recommended the Federal Gov 
ernment “ease ve ae 
the farm ~ 
squeeze” by 
purchasing 
surplus farm 
products — but 
not beyond the 
point of actual 


use. 

The flexible- 
price - support 
program of Ag- 


4 sebatnieen ‘ ff 

and e ent of farmers 

to “store fertility in land not 

a ed for current produc- 
on.” > 


Assistant Secretary Heard 


Earl Butz, Assistant Secre- 
tary of Agriculture, told the 
meeting the “purse of the Gov- 
ernment is not big enough” to 
go into the hog market. 
. | He said “one of the worst 
* 'things we feel the Government 
can do is to purchase a perish- 
‘able product like pork in excess 
riculture Sec- ‘of what we have outlets for.” 
retary Ezra T. Hoegh | Referring to the hog’ prob- 
Benson apparently won a vic- lem, Butz said: “We're close to 
tory at the Midwest Republican jt, We're ready to move. But 
Governors’ Farm Price Confer- we don’t want to aggravate the 


lican Governors Urge 


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Gov, Joe Foss of South Da- Pie < 
kota and Gov. Fred Hall of 
‘Kansas said they thought rigid 
price supports at 90 to 100 per’ 
cent of parity might have 
avoided the present farm 
problem. 


Administration Backed 


| Gov. George Craig of Indiana 
said: “I am one who has abso- 
‘lute confidence in the Depart- 
;ment of Agriculture” and Gov. 
| Victor Anderson of Nebraska 
warned “supports mean Gov- 
ernment control.” ~~ : 
The Governors of Wyoming, 
Wisconsin and Illinois sent per-' 
sonal representatives who, too, 


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THE WASHINGTON POST, and TIMES au 


Saturday, October 15, 1955 


By Felix Cotten 
International News Service 


Assistant White House News: 
Secretary Murray Snyder said 
yesterday that President Eisen- 
hower is “getting back to some- 


thing approximating his old 
routine.” | 

Snyder made the statement} 
after a Cabinet meeting at the! 
White House where top Admin- 
istration officials got a report 
on Mr. Eisenhower's health 
‘from Presidential Assistant 
Sherman Adams, Vice Presi- 
dent Nixon and Secretary of 


; 
’ 


President and Washington, | between the Chief Executive 


|plans te return to Denver Sat- and Defense Secretary Charles 


urday morning. 'E. Wilson and Adm, Arthur S. 
He also described as routine Radford, Chairman of the Joint 
Monday's scheduled meeting Chiefs of Staff. 


Lewis & Thos. Saltz... 1409 G 


‘gion, the five Governors 


ence, called by lowa Gov. L€0 problem by moving injudi- 

. rong ie ciousuly.” over-all farm policy. 
After a three-hour closed ond | He said the amount of pork) Former lowa Gov. Dan, 
the Government could now pur-| Turner, who has asked the 
ce ee nage ss — chase would amount to about resignation of Benson as a 
, PFO two days’ cuprent receipts. leader in the newly organized 


exhibited different views on an 


‘State John Foster Dulles. 
Snyder said that the 24-hour 
session was attended by all) 


Cabinet members except Post-| 
master General Arthur E. Sum- | 
merfiel& Nixon presided at the 


YODEL OF JOY FOR 


sals. There was no open crit- N 
ational Farmers Organization, 
ioe of Benson. These were Some Disagreements Noted called the conference “pale and 


the recommendations: | 
. Although formal resolutions pallid.” He said it did little 
« 
ee eset itare. im.iof the meeting showed @ note|toward solving the basic prob- 


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to the tune of * 


“Il am NOT strangling dear! ... I've just learned to gargle 
is a many splendored thing’! ...’ 


a 


meeting, the third since the 
President suffered a heart at- 
tack. 


The New Habigs 


artment of iculture 
rediately ells “eomenne farm of accord, there was disagree--lem — “getting the farmer 
prices by purchasing and sup-/ Ment among individuals on the)money for his products in pro-| 
porting certain farm commodi-|best way to raise farm prices. portion te what he pays to pro- 
Hoegh suggested “working! duce them.” 


ties. Officials agreed hog prices 
now are the No.1 problem. (within the framework” of the| Hoegh said the recommenda-| 


® Establishment of farm prod-| present farm program to get'tions would be forwarded to - 

ucts committees to obtain great-' the Government to buy surplus| Benson, . A i [/ 
: g aul Ls . 
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Editors Told New ‘Elite’ Rises in Russia - 


gress must halt the “trend to 
secrecy” found in virtually all 


Government agencies, without | 
regard to politics, Rep. Dante 
B. Fascell (D-Fla.) said ri. : Wy ager yg 4 . 
In an address before the Na-| be stopped,” he . “We mus 
‘tional Editorial Association |let the people know that this 


By Albon B. Hailey iheard Don Shoemaker, execu- 
Stal! Reporter tive director of the Southern 

There is a new “elite” arising| Education Reporting Service, 
in Russia along with a highly! with headquarters in Nashville, 
nationalistic public opinion that + , ‘sing tid 
is still antagonistic to the| *®"".. cite a rising tide of op- 
United States, the National position in the South to the 
Conference of Editorial Writers Supreme Court's school integra- 
was told yesterday. ‘\tion decisions, said. 

Paul H. Nitze, former chair-| Shoemaker said about 15 ac-}  farliet, the editorial Writers 
man of the State Department's tive pro-segregation groups had | heard Max Freedman, Washing- 
policy planning staff who visit- been counted in Southern and | ton correspondent for the! Man- 
ed Russia last summer said he border states, that “their lead-' chester Guardian. hurl a mix- 
saw “nothing to indicate that|ership often is top-drawer and ture of bouquets and barbs 
the Soviet Bear has dropped that they repeatedly renounce ‘their way in a foreign corres- 
his claws.” | violence.” pondents look at the American 

Nitze said that he gained the| He said that five states— editorial page. 
impression in talks with Rus-| Mississippi; South Carolina,|! Freedman said his principal 
sian leaders that they felt a|Louisiana, Georgia and “per-'criticism was a “disturbiag 
sense of pride, mixed with haps Alabama”—are in favor of | amount of thinking by proxy 
relief, that they had survived |“bitter-end” resistance to the| and leadership by imitation” 
the Stalin regime. High Court's integration edicts.| in the American press today. 

He told the editorial writers; “All five of them have armed| Freedman said ne “found the 
at the Statler Hotel that the) themselves with weapons which same ideas beating again and 
Russians, in their rising tide of they believe will fend off the agaifl in every iteration 
nationalism, appeared to have Nine Old Men,” Shoemaker, through the columns of most 
been misled by their own pro-| whose group is sounding out diverse rate in an examina- 
paganda that the United States’| reaction to the integrafion tion of editorial pages of 50 
prosperity was geared to its orders in the South for Ameri- 'eading newspapers. He added, 
arms production. can news agencies, declared. (however, that ‘only a churlish 

Nitze said that in view of He said the largest opposition ©. petulant observer would 
Russia’s advances in nuclear movement is the Citizens’ Coun- wish to deny the many glories 


weapons, the United Siates|cils, which claim 60,000 mem-\ citer speakers yesterday in- 
should think in terms of in-| bers in Mississippi and ate busy! cjuded Justice Harold Burton 


creasing rather than decreas-in Alabama, Louisiana and\ who gave the editorial writers 
ing its military expenditures. | South Carolina. He added that'a belinda the scones iiipen of 
Nitze shared a panel on cur-|in recent weeks 35 such coun-|the history and tradition of the 
rent problems of foreign policy| cils have appeared in South|Supreme Court, and Paul A. 
with Dorothy Fosdick, former! Carolina. | Harvard Law Schoo! 
member of the State Depart-| Shoemaker said Maryland, |professor. Freund suggested 
ment policy planning staff. | Delaware, Kentucky, Oklahoma |that newspapers should hire 
Earlier, the editorial writers’ Missouri and West Virginia) 1¢g@! specialists,” reporters 
trained as lawyers. | 
e three-day conference 
jconcludes at 7:30 tonight with 
a dinner in the Statler’s Con- 
gressions]l Room at which 
Judge Simon E. Sobeloff, 
United. States Solicitor Gen- 
eral, will speak. 


have made desegregation a 
“matter of state policy m great- 
+ ny sag . 

n tween the “do it your-) 
self” states and those in deter-| here cater Phe Bore closed 
mined opposition are Virginia, | » 
North Carolina, Florida, Arkan- 


sas. Tennessee and Texas. he ers “horrified to think of infor- 


mation coming out wunproc- 
essed.” 

Fascell said the House Gov- 
ernment Information Subcom- 


McKeldin Defers 
Va. Oyster Tax 


nor that the imposition of a 


be deferred until after confer- 
ences between fisheries com- 
missioners of the two states 
An aide to Gov. Thomas B. 
Stanley said 
of the tax had been ordered by 


last Monday on ail 
taken from the Potomac for 
transport outside of Maryland. 
Collection of the tax was or- 
dered under a provision of 
Maryland law which had not 
previously been 
Virginia oystermen. | 

Maryland has jurisdiction 
over the Potomac to the low 
water mark on the Virginia 
side of the river, but the com- 
pact of 1785 gives the two 
states common right of fish- 
ery in the river. 


—_— 


These Days 


Khrushchevy’s Smile 
Is Really a Smirk 


By George Sokolsky 
KHRUSHCHEV ordered which is the worst kind of 


—_——— ee a+ 


Congress Aid Sought 


CHICAGO, Oct; 14 ®—Con-’ 


become a. 
ull-scale operation with work-. 


'second consecutive weekend. 


RICHMOND, Va., Oct. 14 
Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin of| 
Maryland has agreed to a re-' 
quest from Virginia's Gover-| 


four cents per bushel tax on! 


oysters taken by Virginia oyster-, 
men from the Potomac River 


today collection! 


Tidewater Fisheries beginning | 
oysters | 


invoked on 


the world to smile. He smiled. 
His associates smiled. Bulgan- 
in smiled. Molotov smiled. Eis- 
enhower and 

Dulles smiled. 

The press and = 

radio advised 

the human 

race that it 

was smiling | 

time. It was 

like a chorus 


Sokolsky 


smiling about? An end to in- 
ternational tensions, we were 


The bear and the sheep would 
lie down together—a most un- 
comfortable position for both. 
The cold war would be ended 
without a fighting war taking 
place at all. 

So the smile was frozen into 
a smirk because events mov® 
forward and some of them are 
very unpleasant. For instance, 
that little episode of the arms 
deal with Egypt—a logical 
deal, for if Egypt cannot get 
arms in one place, the Egyp- 
tians will shop around. But 
that might bring a real war 
between Egypt and Israel. 
There is no telling how the 
United States would get in- 
volved in that, or even the 
United Nations. And there is 
no telling how a little fighting 
war could grow into a general 
fighting war. The Russians ap- 
parently do not worry about 


tiredness. And the Americans 
wondered why they had ever 
gone to that particular party | 
because it looked like such a 
good party while it lasted and | 
then it appeared to be such a 
bad party and no one knew 

why it ever happened at all. 
At any rate, after a good 
time was had ty all and the 
guests went home, the world 
moved in its course, the same 
as before. It was the same 
disturbed world. Only the old 
German Chancellor roared 
with true German laughter, 
belly-laughter, loud and noisy 
and full of guile. Adenauer 
probably got what he wanted | 
, but more than he 


knew how to stand up against 
a fellow like Khrushchev who 
is new to all this business and | 
acts like a novice. 


AMERICANS laugh at 
Khrushchev’s getting drunk 
in Yugoslavia but the old Ger- 
man does not bother with triv- | 
jalities; he goes to the heart 
of the matter. “Give me my 
Germans or I'll not talk about 
anything!” So he got the Ger- 


mans who had been prisoners 


for a decade or more and then | 
he got pneumonia or some- 
thing and he is sick. But | 
Khrushchev is not laughing. | 

And so Geneva came and 
passed and we still need to 
know how to make a peace of 
God, one not for an historic 
second but for the love of God 
and man. 


(Copyright. 1955. 
Features Syn as 


that, despite the Geneva spirit. * 
Maybe they are looking for a! 
fighting war. 


PERHAPS had President 
Eisenhower been well, he. 
might have invited Khrush- 
chev to Washington to talk 
over a plan to arms-starve all 
the Middle Eastern countries, 
so that none of them could 
start little wars. But that is 
now impossible and therefore | 
everything must go pro forma, | 
through channels, and there is 
no telling where these unnec- | 
essary conferences will lead 
to. At any rate, there is, little | 
hope for too many smiles in | 
the immediate future. | 

Geneva seems to have been 
@ gay evening, a happy party, 
a moment for song and dance. 
And then came the morning 
after the night before and | 
there was so little to remem- 


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BERLIN, Oct. 14 ®—Rus- 
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an atomic-powered supersonic 
plane “which will make its first 
flight in the near future,” the 
East German Radio said today. 

It reported a Soviet scientist, 
identified as a Professor Pro- 
krovski, made the revelation in 
a Soviet technical magazine. 

Prokrovski was quoted as say- 
ing: “Soviet scientists are pres- 
ently working on an atomic- 
powered aircraft which will 


make its first flight in the near 


future.” 


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said that Adams, who has been 

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hats from Austria. 


f rom Vienna 


S. Secrecy 


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Yesterday's rain indirectly 
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Mail, Phone Orders Invited 


Repairmen, working to repair 
a canal leak, were unable to 
finish on schedule because of: 
the weather, a spokesman said. 
The trips are expected. to re- 
sume next Saturday and Sun- 
day. 


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TODAY 
Adjourned ustil fuaeers 3 
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County Aid 
Planned for 


Growers of 


Md. Tobacco 


Lankford Says 
Watch Tariff 
Will Not Affect 
Swiss Purchases 


By Harrison Hagemeyer 
Staff Reporter 

Hard-pressed Southern 
Maryland tobacco growers 
received good news yester- 
day from two sources. 

The Prince Georges County 
Commissioners appropriated 
$10,000 to hire up to 20 fi 
nancially stricken tobacco farm- 
ers for short-term jobs in the 
County roads department. 

At the same time, Rep. Rich- 


aide that the Swiss tobacco in- 
dustry expects to buy the same 
Sethens of tobacco in the 

Southern Maryland market 
as in the past. 

The Congressman, in Switzer- 
land to confer with tobacco men 
and Swiss government officials, 
warts to find out how an in- 
creased United States tariff on 
imported watches will affect 
Swiss purchases of Maryland 
export tobacco. Switzerland is 
Southern Maryland's best to 
bacco customer. 


Swiss Assurance 


Lankford told his aide it was 
too early to forecast any long- 
range effect of the tariff. So 
far, he said, Swiss importers 
have assured him they will buy 
im the 1956 market in the same 
quantities as before—provided 
the quality remains the same. 

The Prince Georges County 
program was suggested by 
Commissoner Lansdale G. Clag- 
gett of Upper Marlboro, who 
said that many of the farmers 
are “desperate” for additional 
income to see them through 
the winter months. He said 
the farmers were hit financial- 
ly this spring when last year’s 

t crop brought much 
on the market than usual. 

“Many of them hardly re- 
ceived enough money to pay 


Pretty soon the goblins and witches will be roamin’ in the 
gloamin’. With only about a dozen shopping days left until 
Halloween, Derreld Alonzo, 10, of 6926 13th place mw., and | stand at Georgia and Missouri ave. nw. 


jobs because they need 
them for only a short length of 
time, he explained. 


“No Giveway” 


The Commissioner said the 
County’s program is “definitely 
not a make-work or giveaway.” 

“There is plenty of work for 
them to do,” he said. ‘grant of $18,000 by the Eugene’ 


= the — they had run up! 
© previous winter,”) 
ft | 
This year’s crop, now in the 
barns, was a 50 per cent loss| | 
a of eee oe . 
an ane, he said, and the 
ees van ap caougs Meyers Give 
agai to see them throug 
the winter. | 
Claggett said he had been $18,000 for 
Youth Project 
Grant to Finance 
First Year of Plan 
For Second Precinct 
Youth’ 


The Commissioners’ 


Court Orders Restitution 


smeCity Life 


AREA NEWS 
OBITUARIES 
WOMEN'S NEWS 
RADIO, COMICS 
CLASSIFIED 
AMUSEMENTS 


eere 


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1955 


21 


eer 


Of Hack 


District observers predicted) 
yesterday that police would be) 
stricter in issuing licenses to! 
| would-be taxi drivers than 
|George E. Keneipp’s. Depart- 


‘which lost that authority yes- 
| terday. 

The Commissioners stripped 
Keneipp of the power to is-' 
sue hackers’ licenses, and thus) 


| 
| 
’ 


Licenses 


Keneipp, who initially sup- 
ported the transfer of license is- 
suance to police, balked Thurs- 


agency and it might not 
wise to’ give them licensing 
powers. He declined comment 
yesterday on the transfer. 
Observers at 


the District) 
centralized the whole process Building predicted that police,| narrowed 


Tax Collection. Hike 
To Add $1.3 Million 
To City’s Revenue 


Stricter Exams Seen 


PoliceGetControl 


Increase Cuts 
Present Deficit 
To $3.5 Million; 
New Levies Seen 


By Grace Bassett 
Staff Reporter 
The District Commis- 


‘sioners reported yesterday 


the city could expect $1.3 
‘million more in taxes by July 


‘day at the proposal.’ He said/1 than it had anticipated. 
ment of Vehicles and Traffic, police were an enforcement) 


Increased collections are due, 
in part, to booming business 
here, according to Assessor 
'James L. Martin. 


This latest revenue estimate 
the 


gap between_ 


of examination and license-is-|armed with 10 new standards present municipal income and. 
suance in the office of Police|for prospective hackers 4P-| <nending froti $4.8 million to 


By Douglas Chevalier. Staff Photosrapher 


Pair of Punkin Pickers Prove It's Punkin Pickin’ Time 


Katherine Yowell, 7, of 1340 Peabody st. nw., try to make 
their selections at the pumpkin counter of a vegetable 


'3 Boys Accused 
In Theft of $1500 


“I wanted the money I guess, ; 
the well<iressed teen-age boy 


Council has been awarded a said quietly as he sat in Juve- “I just helped spend the mon- 


nile Court yesterday. 


The second boy said he had! 
not been involved in the theft. 


ey.” He, like the other two, 


Mrs. Stone 


Hits School 


Lt. Francis Dunn, the hack proved by the Commissioners, 
inspector. \probably will reject more 


has investigated candidates for| fice has done in the past, thus 


a permit, given the exams., and 
handled nearly all of the 
clerical work. Keneipp’s office 
then decided whether or not to) 
issue the permits. | 

The centralization under the 
police department was recom- 
mended after a year’s study 
made by the District Manage-| 
ment Office. 


~ 


adding to the list of appealed 
cases pending before the Hack- 
ers’ Board. 

Police Chief Robert V. Mur- 
ray said yesterday he hopes 
eventually to obtain civilian 
clerks to relieve policemen of 
examination and _ licensing 
work in the Hack Inspector's 


| Office. 


Business Group 
Unit Nears 


Halt of Its | 
Chest Goal | 


The chairman of the District 
Business Unit of the Commu- 
nity Chest campaign reported 


Attendance 


Delegate Says 
Virginia Average 
Is One of Worst 


By Connie Feeley 
Staff Reporter 
Mrs. Kathryn Stone, Arling- 


yesterday that $680,325 or 43.64 
per cent of fits $1,558,894 goal 
has been collected. 

Chairman Maurice K. Heart- 
field, spedking at the unit's 
luncheon at the Washington 
Hotel, called for a continued 
effort to insure their portion of 
the $4 million total is collected. 

The drive began on Oct. 1 
and is scheduled to close Nov. 
3. On Oct. 7, during the first 


— 


PUC Hears 
Co-op Plan 
For Transit 


Daily Meetings 
Scheduled With 
Other Applicants 


The Publie Utilities Commis- 
sion conferred yesterday with 
sponsors of a cooperative 
scheme for running metropoll- 
tan transit beginning next Aug. 
15. 

Gregory Hankin, former PUC 
member, and Larry Ooster- 
hous. co-op promoter, were 
closeted with the utility reg- 
ulators for two hours. 

The PUC has scheduled daily 


full meeting of the campaign, 
a total of 26.97 per cent of the 


meetings for the next week 


$3.5 million, for the year. 


i\have to raise $3.5 million to 
ikeep out of the red through 
next June 30. But taxpayers 
now are faced with budget pro- 
posals for the year beginning 
July 1 of $40 million more than 
anticipated revenue. Commis- 
sioners are trying to pare 
these proposals down to the 
current spending level of $170 
million. 

Commissioner Samuel Spen- 
cer stressed that growing tax 
collections were saving the 
city from “a very serious pre- 
dicament.” 

To bridge the current gap, 
city heads are expected to seek 
/$1.5 in new taxes and $2 mil- 
\lion in authorized Federal pay- 
ments. Congress failed to ap- 
|propriate the $2 million last 
session. 

A 10-cent hike in the $2.20 
per $100 real estate rate 
would just about cover the $1.5 
looked for in taxes. Spencer 
voted for this boost earlier this 
fall, but was overridden by his 
colleagues, Robert E. Me- 
Laughlin and Thomas A. Lane. 

Along with the property tax, 
good possibilities for next 
year are increased income 
taxes on both lowest and high- 
est income brackets and bigger 
levies on sales and alcoholic 
beverages, budget officers said. 

Those close to the Commis. 
sioners’ fiscal plight foresee 
the $3.5 million deficit of this 
‘year doubling through fiscal 
|1957. to pay for expanding 
‘municipal services. 


In the past, Dunn’s office|candidates than Keneipp’s of-|, This means city fathers will | 


ee a 


“This $10,000 is only a drop|and Agnes E. Meyer Founda-| The boy, along with two sported a duck tail haircut. (ton Delegate to the Virginia|s4 million had been collected.| with applicants for the transit! Martin’s report s 
=. | gen Femi gs — tion to help finance the first oo} eee pemnees ot Soe Judge Cockrill held him re-/ General Assembly, said yester-| At that time the business unit Sreiuielon Mainly, Commission-| only optimistic gh mgs: a 
The io re ae Sitieiead year of the maximum benefits cella ag men io thie: hewmen sponsible for every penny day the state's compulsory | had collected 33.62 per cent of\ers want to find out exactly; money muddle. 
jor 4 seominoatn riod at Sila at ee at a ae A ential westeae taid Judge | ‘2a was spent on him. She/ school attendance law is not be-|its goal. . | how groups hope to buy equip-| He said last month's tax re- 
aon ta alien Teun _ > el moe omson schools, the %\edith Cockrill that the frst | sald he and the third boy must/ing enforced throughout the Heartfield pointed out that ment necessary to serve transit ceipts in the general fund wege 
; yman, trict Commissioners announced boy took the money in small figure out how much they owe state at the present time. while 90 per cent of all Govern-| riders. 118 per cent over September, 
ty a of Pubile , Works, yesterday. isums from Aug. 10 to Aug. og |and pay back that sum. |_ Mrs. Stone spoke to Northern/ment employes contribute, only; Congress has ordered Capital/ 1954. 
on ° men ould he be pol The two schools are located |The boy, she said, realizes his| The third boy, appearing Virginia members of the Vir-|30 per cent of business em-| Transit Co. to hand in its fran-| Expected revenue estimates 
—— = 4 R , to/in the second precinct, which error and has obtained a full-|With both his parents, ex-|ginia Conference of Social|/ployes donate, and 25 per cent/chise next Aug. 14. The PUC) for the year have been raised 
minhts ~~ ungerbrus P romihas the highest crime rate initime job at a net pay of $41|Plained he had been with the \Work, ‘of them give only a dollar or | has promised to give a prospect-| by 10 per cent over guesses of 
ay on new road pro)-ithe city. The area is scheduled | a week to pay back the money.'first boy when the latter was; “Virginia has one of the high-|less. He said a dollar donation ive successor a “permit” to op-| three months ago. 

ects and for clearing roadsides |for renewal under the national! He has saved $204 so far. rummaging around the house|est dropout rates among the is only nine-tenths of a cent’ erate. This official estimate, ap- 
"Ce ee ayy ott aa| ae program. Some was recovered, looking for “a couple of dol- | 48 states,” she said. for each agency per year. | preved by the Federal Budget 
he had carefull Pn A ya e “rar ead speieen, Mrs. | leaving a balance of $700 to be: lars. They accidentally came; A member of the State Ju] E. K. Morris, general cam- Wif Ac d Bureau, placed money available 
ee age eager the eal pd weer cs Pt eoeereee repaid. The money, the boys|upon the cash. “I saw pee bn gy — songs Be cums paign chairman, told the busi- e cuse for operating expenses this 
Oo hg pete ence Bly a check yesterday for half t e explained, went for about $150 laying there and thought what's on, Mrs. Stone sa recent /ness unit that he is optimistic | . fiscal year at $142.8 million. 
needed n gg € amount of the grant. worth of clothing and “we went/I could do with it,” he said. | Studies by the Commission | about the progress of the cam-| When Husband Funds neede@ come to $1464 
program. vote by the board! _ Goal of the project is to dis- | horseback riding and stuff like; They took some of the mon-| have shown that only about 40) paign thus far. The next meet | million. This last figure in- 
was unanimous. cover and solve problems of| that. Is Shot to Death cludes $8 million to cover in- 
: ; creases imposed by Congress 

Coolidge Calvert, 28, of 1050 

Bladensburg rd. ne., was shot 

to death in the living room of 

his home last night. His wife, 
Mary Lou, 27, was charged with 


' ey then and the first boy doled|out of 100 children who enter|ing will be Tuesday at 12:15) 
elementary school youngsters.|. Judge Cockrill held the first out the rest over the period of|the first grade are graduated|p. m. at the Mayflower Hotel! 
45 y J b Special psychological, psy-|>oy primarily responsible. She last session. 
ears on jo Martin pointed out that bank, 
+ 
Without Absence, 


they can be applied in other 


19 days. 'from high school, when the Residential Unit) 
placed him on probation and in- : 
peor in ae TeC-|eteucted him to make arrange The third boy’s father stood| The national average of/|meets. 
police services) utility and sales taxes were up, 
partly because Federal work- 
Worker Honored 
‘schools by 1958. 
Julius R. Hansen, who has\ situ 


up slowly. “I’m at a loss to} dropouts is Kbout 50 or 55, she| 
will be employed. Sponsors|™¢2* for paying back the rest) P 
ers, with pay raises in their 
completed 45 years as a tele- 
60 Leaders Make 


even in the house.” She said’ 
she was “flabbergasted” when 
she discovered the money had 
been taken. 


does well in his senior high 


Stone reported. 


‘Week of Nov. 14 


locally. 


One solution to the problem | 


school studies—and now has| 
would be a modified curricu-| 


obtained a parttime job to pay Maryland Circuit Court 


back his share of the money. 


ow how this thing came/said. : 
hope to perfect group therapy of the money. Bryant to Die 
pockets, were spending more 
phone worker without missing 
Inspection Tour 


h id. “ about.” He explained how his| In Virginia, many dropouts) 
techniques to the point that a. ec ati to son goes to church regularly, | occur before the age of 15, Mrs. 
a day on the job, was honored 
sterday at a 
Sixty American business and 
professional leaders took off 


from New York yesterday on 
‘a 10-day overseas inspection 
tour of the facilities of Radio 
Free Europe and Free Europe 
Press. 


peake and Po- 


Among those from this area 


| 


Vault Explosion 
Felt at Hospital 


An explosion in vaults be- 
neath th street at 17th st. and 
New York ave. nw. last night 
blew off four manhole covers. 
Vibrations were felt at nearby 


By Court for 


Boy, 16, Freed 


Mental Care 


A 16-year-old boy, held for 


lum in which school-work pro- 
grams would begin at the jun- 
ior high school level instead 
of in the 10th grade, she 
stated. 

Mrs. Stone said she could 
not discuss the final report of 
the Delinquency Commission 
because its full recommenda- 
tions have not been officially 
released. However, she said 
that she can predict that the 
commission will present pro- 
posals to the Legislature which 


‘Judge James MacGill in Elii- 
| cott City yesterday set the week 
‘of Nov. 14 for the execution of 
21 year-old Eugene Elmer Bry- 
ant, convicted of slaying his 
sweetheart, Joan Marie Ruzza, 
17, last April near her Capitol 
Heights home. 

Defense ttorney Howard 
Vogel told the court his client 
had asked him to seek permis- 
sion to visit Miss Ruzza’s grave 
and the grave of his unborn 


homicide. 


Mrs. Calvert told police her 
husband had been talking on 


| Auto .and gas taxes were in- 
creasing With greater automo- 
bile sales, he said. 


the phone to a “girl friend.” | 


While he was talking, she said, 
she grabbed the phone and 
slammes it down, breaking it. 
He slapped her, she said. ) 

According to police, Calvert) 
went to the living room and sat! 
down, Mrs. Calvert went to 
the bedroom and got her hus-| 
band’s 32-caliber German Wal-| 
tham automatic. She walked) 


Godell Resigns Job 
On Brownell’s Staff 


United Press 
Attorney General Herbert 
Brownell Jr., yesterday an- 
nounced the resignation of 
Charles E. Godell, special as- 
sistant in the office of the 
Deputy Attorney General, 


n. Testimony at Bryant’s trial over to him and pressed it 
ai = “s Godell, 29, is returning to 


Emergency Hospital. No one 
was injured. three days in the infirmary cell 

Cause of the blast, in vaults of the Arlington Jail, was re- 
used by Potomac Electric |jeased yesterday in custody of 


magellan pn ogg the ex, {ts mother to undergo psychia- 


disclosed Miss Ruzza was four 4gainst his left eye, in an at- 
months pregnant when he shot tempt to scare him, she said. 
her to death to end a stormy) The gun went off acciden- 
courtship. Judge MacGill de- tally, according to Mrs. Calvert. 
nied the request. ‘She then called police. 


were Harry Sor a —— 
‘tion manager of the Washing- 

Hansen ‘ton Post and Times Herald, 
repairman, and works in the who will travel as a member of 
area of the Mayflower Hotel. (a special 10-man committee of 


will put “more emphasis on 
uncrowded classroorfis, quali- 
fied teachers and wholesome 
adjustment of children in the 
classrooms.” 

The delegate said she be- 


tomac Tele- 
private law practice at his home 


town of Jamestown, N. Y. He 
had served in the Government 
for one year. 


He was presented with a/the International Circulation 
Managers Association; John A. 
DeChant, vice president of the 
Crusade for Freedom, whose 
office is in the Pennsylvania 
bidg., and James F. Crangle, 
president of the National Coun- 
cil of Catholic Youth, 1312 Mas- 
sachusetts ave. nw. 


threediamond emblem signify- 
ing his years of service during 
the luncheon. Hansen is a mem- 
ber of the Alexander Graham 
Bell Chapter of the Telephone 
Pioneers of America, composed 
of telephone workers with 21 or 
more years experience. 


plosion at 10:45 p. m., a heavy | 


smoke—apparently caused by 


burning wire insulation—| 


ured from the manholes. Po- 
ice routed traffic away from 
the intersection while Pepco 
crews worked to locate the 
trouble. 


Grabs Sawed-Off Shotgun 


Fairfax Station Attendant Disarms 
Would-Be Bandit, Summons Police 


A S5-yearld Fairfax County 
filling station attendant is 


and called out to passing mo- 
torist to summon law. 
ves are holding Ed- 
ward H. Ashburn Jr., 27, a ser- 
poont with nine years service 
7 the Army, now oye at 
ort 


Mary 
financial difficulties 
“needed $150 to see him 


tric treatment. 

Juvenile Court Judge Hugh 
Reid put the boy on probation 
after a commission of two psy- 
chiatrists and the judge-* re- 
iviewed the case. 

The youth was brought to the 
Arlington Juvenile Shelter 
Tuesday on a complaint by par- 
ents of another boy. The par- 
ents said the léyear-old hit 
their son with a rock: 

Because of his apparent men- 
tal condition, the boy was not 
lodged at the shelter. 

Wednesday, he appeared be- 
fore Judge Reid, who ordered 
a mental and physical examina-' 
tion, 

A county psychiatrist recom- 
mended that a commission 
should determine the boy’s 
mental condition. A psychiatrist 
brought in by the boy’s family 
recommended that he be re 
leased. i 

The youth, son of divorced) 
parents, has been known to 
the court once previously on a 
truancy 

Arlington no detention 
facilities for the men ill 
or for persons awai 


ip,» Seman 


lieves the Legislature will au- 

thorize funds recommended by 

the Capital Outlay Commission 

for the first wing of a hospital 

for mentally disturbed chil- 
n. 

Mrs. Stone said she intends 
to introduce legislation to 
bring nursery schools and kin- 
dergartens up to state stand- 


State Senator Charles R. Fen- 
wick.told the conference the 
Virginia Advisory Legislative 
Council-is “the most forward, 
progressive, intelligent thing 
we've done in a long time.” 

Other speakers at the con- 
ference at Mount Olivet Meth- 
odist Church in Arlington in- 
cluded William L. Painter, di- 


rector of the Division of Gen- 


eral Welfare, Department of 
Welfare and Institutions; Mrs. 
Helen S. Mugler, Education Di- 


and H : . 
Mack I. Shanholtz, State Health 
C issi P. Boy- 


Descendants of Kings 


Fox and West Families to Hold 


Dr, | his wife, Anne West,” at its 22d 


Associated Press 
The Fox and West families) 


: 


here Sunday to swap genealogi- 
cal data and, among other 


things, decide whether to erect 
a memorial to their distin- 
guished ancestors at historic 

Jamestown. 
Judge Leon M. Bazile of 
‘Elmont will preside at the ses- 
sions of the “Society of the 
of Henry Fox and 


annual get-together in Wiscon- 
sin Avenue Baptist Church. | 

Members of the society will 
attend worship services en 
masse at the church in the 


the society is invited to 
d but the requirements 


ship 
atten 


: John West and 
daughter of 


fare rather strict. Members 6f| 


the organization in many cases 


way back to Magog,.son of Jap- 
het, in the Bible. 

Besides making a decision on) 
whether to erect a proposed| 
memorial at Jamestown, the 
society will decide on publida- 
tion of family charts prepared 
by its founder, Mrs. Ann W. 
Fox of Washington. Mrs. Fox 
also will speak on some of the 
Fox-West family research she 
has recently complete 

Members of the ty .are 
descendants of Henry) Fox of | 
Huntington, | g William 
County, first’ Presiding justice 
of the county in 1702 and a 
member of the House of Bur- 

1712-14; and his wife 
West, daughter of Col, 
nity Croshaw 
Maj. Joseph Cro- 


. \ 


« 
g 


22d Get-Together Here Sunday 


Colonel West was the only 
son of Capt. John West, one of 


will hold their annual meeting|can trace their ancestry all the |three West brothers\who served 


as colonial governors of Vir- 
inia. The others were Sir 
homas West (Lord de la Warr) 
and Francis West. 

The Wests are one of rela- 
tively few families able to trace 
their ancestry from English 
peoples of the Middle Ages and 
even before, The line goes k 
through King John of England, 
William the Conqueror and a 
number of other kings of Eng- 


land. | 

yr the numerous other 
crowned. heads who have a 
place in the West family tree 
are Charitemagne, king of the 
Franks; Duncan I,. King of 
Scotland who was slain by Mac- 


i eee ona 
: or 
a ee 


b 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
22 Saturday, October 15, 1955 5 eee 


ay 


eR 


Tentative Precincts to Be Set 
For Register-and-Vote Drive 


By Richard L. Lyons 
Staff Reporter 


The District Board of Elec-| 
tions plans to divide the city 
into tentative voting precincts 
within two weeks to help the! 
parties organize for a register- 
and-vote campaign. 

The boundaries may have to 
be.changed after voters are reg-| 
istered for the May 1 primary’ 
elections, Chairman Newell Ww. 
Ellison said after yesterday's) 
closed board meeting. 

But sketching the lines now, | 
he said, will permit local par- | 
ties to set up early precinct or- 
ganizations to stimulate inter-| 
est in Washington’s one-in- 
four-years chance to vote. The 
election will choose presiden- 
tial convention delegates and 
national and local party com- 
mittee members. 

The Board hopes to start reg- 
istering voters by Dec. 1. At 
yesterday's three-hour session 
the Board again discussed the 
form of the voter registration 
card. It plans to work out a fi- 
nal draft form and invite civic 
groups to criticize it by early 
November, Ellison said. 

The new primary law spells| 
out voting qualifications which 
must be satisfied by answers 
on the registration card. The 
board is discussing phraseology, 
additional information and the 


ERMANENT OUT OF TEMPO 


WRECKERS WILL TAKE 


best type of card for quick ref- 
erence use at polling places. 


For instance: Should a woman 


rnaitea'w itr weer V rginia Poll Results (Two Tempos 


simply say she is at least a1? | 


Should the card list the voter's) ° 
coment On Candidates Cited To Be cotta 
yesores 


“temporary” Govern- 
office buildings, 


or in flat filés or how? 


Local party committee chair-/ Ay six candidates for th® 


men—Democrat A. L. Wheeler 
and Republican George L. Hart 


tion system from scratch, estab- ; 
lished liaison between board mental health services. 


party assurances of help. 'with the release of the question- 


timated 50,000 as a “wild guess” | ; “ 

of total of voters who might &” Voters of Virginia submit- 
take part in the May primary. ted to the three Democratic in- 
In 1952, about 30,000 voted in cumbents and their three Re- 


party-run elections. publican opponents, 
o ' 
d for reelection are State Sen. ' 
Alexan ria John A. K. Donovan and Dels. 
Omer L. Hirst and John Webb. 
Salk Shots The Republican senatorial can- 


ates are John Henry Shultz 
Virginia General Assembly | and Kendall K. Hoyt. 

Jr.—met with the board for from the Falls Church-Fairfax| 
more than an hour. Ellison area unanimously favor repeal they would support the reten- combined ages total 50 years, | 
said they discussed general of the poll tax, and increased tion of the section of the Con-|Will be torn down before the 
problems of creating an elec- appropriations for teachers and stitution providing for publi 
‘school education and retention 
: lof the compulsory school at- 
and committees and received; This was disclosed yesterday tendance or ~ nce Mb Webb. 
de the additional comment ““¢ eyesores. 
Ellison said the chairmen @s-| ..i-6 that the League of Wom-|that he would like to hear a 
‘discussion of the factors 
jthought to require 


All six candidates also said 


General Services| 
‘Administration said yesterday. 
One is Tempo 2, at 19th 
D sts. nw., a Methuselah am 


‘Tempo V at 15th and Penn- 
isylvania ave. nw. 

It’s a move to take the “p 
\(for permanent) out of “tempo. 


Four of the candidates fa-| 
vored changes in the absentee 
The Democratic candidates/Votns law. Webb said he ad- 
vocated testing the changes in 
the law made by the last ses- pa 


nearly 40. The first tenant 
‘Herbert Hoover's | 
Administration. The last is the) 
State Department, which even’ 


four tempos still standing from 
World War L. Built in 56 days 
in 1918, the tempo was built 
to last four years, according to 


| Britain; 


changes are made, Hirst called 
for enforcement 
didate is Victor E. Parker and laws, including his bill passed | 


Schedul e d the House of Delegates candi-\by the 1954 Assembly. 

Se ee, oe ait Capt. ern 
To Be Buried 
In Arlington 


Full military funeral services 


4000 Alexandria second and) 


“ee 
third graders beginning Mon- S 
day, Health Director Dr. T. 2 hots Freed 
McGough has announced. F Di e 
He said morning clinics will or ist rict 
begin at 9:15 a. m. and after-) 
noon clinics will begin at 1| Public Health Service yester- 


follows: (1,113,930 cubic centimeters. 
Monday a. m.— Maury and (shots) of Salk anti-polio vac- 


Tuesday a. m.—Minnie How-| The District's share was des- 
ard and Lyles Crouch schools; ignated as 2709 cubic centime- 
p. m.—Stonewall Jackson and ters, or enough to give the rec-| 


George Mason schools. ommended three shots each to! presi 


Wednesday a. m.—Sj. Rita's 903 children. | 
and McGarver; p. m. — ne Dr. Daniel L. Seckinger, D. C. | 
Mary’s and Lee schools. 


Thursday a. m.—Blessed Sac- | cision on distribution of the aboard cruisers and destroyers | 
rament and Charles Houston! 1.1 it's share will be con-.and a 5-year period, 
sidered next week at a meeting 1944, at the Bureau of Ship 
jwaere he was in charge of the 
- ‘ | a “tconstruction program for de- 
and Cora Kelly schools. |Committee. Until yesterday's | stroyers sell o poe frigates. 
He also served as area man-| 
special assistant. with the |Mamsure, are 37 tempos that 


atomic-powered submarine de-|"0M-Security agencies occupy. 
The total net floor space is 1% 


schools; p. m.—Patrick Henry 


school. 
Friday a. m.—Mount Vernon of the D. C. Polio Advisory 


October 24, a. m.—St. Agnes, ‘ se | 
St. Stephen's, St. Mary’s Acad- allocation, the District has re-) 


emy and St. Joseph’s schools. ‘ceived about 45,000 cubic cen-| agers 


October 26, a. m.—Congres- timeters, of which all but 10,000 
sional School, the School for) were disributed through pro- 


Adventist and Emmanuel Lu- 


theran schools. physicians and drug stores. \donfield, N, 
A makeup clinic for children} The remaining 10,000 cubic|/Casey, and a daughter, Judith 
who miss the shots at their) entimeters were allotted for| Satz: 


schools will be held October 31 


at 9:15 a. m. in the Alexandria dispensing at Health Depart- Edward MacWilliams 


VIRGINIA BEACH, Oct. 14 
w—Edward N. “Jim” MacWil- 
formerly a nationally 
known performer on radio net- 
works and before that a vaude-| 
ville star, died today at his 
waterfront home here. 

His “Ask-It Basket” over Co- 
lumbia and National Broad- 
casting Co. networks at sepa- 
rate times was credited with! 
setting a pattern for quiz shows | 
on the air. He entered 
work on a national scale in 
1931 after having become wide- 


Health Department. ment clinics. | 
The vaccine released ee 

day is the first allocated under 

True k Crushes the broadened priority system 
M D th making the vaccine available re 
ea children 1 through 14 years 0 

an to age, depending on local deci- 


_ision. Previously, only children 
John C. Holt, 43, of Mor '5 through 9 years of age were 
ganza, Md., was killed yestet ojiJinle for the injections. | 
day when he fell from the run-| Yesterday’s release brought 
ning board of a moving truck ? eee itn =— Bp owen age 
the total amount of vaccine al- 
one we —s ben es located to states and territories 
wheels, Maryland State Police -i 1 e July 31. On that date, dis- 
reported. ‘tribution under the voluntary 
The accident took place .on control plan was es . 
h’ Of the new supply, Marylan 
Route S05. shout 39 mies Pes will get 9405 cubic centimeters, 
of Leonardtown, Md., police and Virginia, 13,518. 
said. They identified the driver The National Foundation for 
of the two-ton truck as Luke [Infantile Paralysis was allo-| 
O. Holt, 40, of 2210 Shannon cated 496,575 cubic centimeters | 
pl. se., the victim's cousin. out of yesterday’s release to 


: ts pro- 
Police said John Holt was/continue to carry out its p lot Cleveland, Ohio. He was the 


’ i two shots each. 
hanging on to the side of the oe ae 4 second-grade son of the late Mr. and Mrs. 


‘John MacWilliams. 
been a resident of Virginia 


moving truck with one arm, 


and holding a power saw un-|school children whose parents | 
der the other. The wheels/request it. The amount brings 
fractured his skull. He was to 13,510,440 cubic centimeters Beach and Charlottesville for 
ronounced dead on arrival atthe total allocated to NFIP|the past 35 years 


: 
: 
; 


t. Mary’s Hospital at Leonard-|since April 12, the start of its 


town. ~ \free vaccination programs, leovered 20 years. 


“Mellett’s Madhouse” by crit- 
ics of its occupant, Lowell Mel- 
lett and his Office of Govern- 
ment Reports. It stands on 


nounced, are now evacuating. 
will be held st 3 p. oi. Monday |» yo oe Administrator Edmund 
7 day announced its release of!’ Seer |f. Mansure commented yester- 
p. m. The schedule will be as day in the chapel at Ft. Myer for day that President Eisenhower 
Harry Burris, 53, USN has been pressing for the re- 
(Ret.) who died yesterday at moval of the eyesores and the’ 
Charles Barrett schools; p.m.— cine, made by the Eli Lilly and Cooper Hospital, Camden, N.J.,| beautification of Washington. 
Jefferson and Ficklin schools.|Pitman-Moore companies. |while being treated for a stom-' 
‘ach ailment. Interment will be portunity to get rid of these 
jin Arlington National Ceme- buildings,” said Mansure. How- 
ever, he said, removal of all 
Capt. Burris, who was vice|tempos must be carried out) 
dent in charge of engineer-'Wwithin the limits of the GSA| gheny Ludlum 
ing for the New York Ship-| budget. The need for space is Steel, had lived 
building Corp., retired from the | “still critical,” said Mansure,/in Washington 
lHealth Direct 1a that d \Navy in 1951. His services in-|and “there are not sufficient since 1948. 
a ‘FECIOF, Sai@ that Ce-\cluded 11 years of sea duty|funds in sight to replace them| 
1 with new construction.” 
GSA, the Government's pool, Ohio, and 
s,| housekeeping agency, hopes to attended Wash- 
‘award the demolition contract ington and Jefferson College.|°* 
by Nov. 30 for Tempo V and/He had been a steel sales ex-|‘Vimchester Memorial Hospital 
lecutive for 30 years. Prior to 
Still on the landscape, said|coming to Washington, he was 
in charge of the Detroit sales 
office for 23 years. 
He was former chairman o 
the Washington chapter of the! 
American Society for Metals. 
He is survived by his wife, 
Helen E. Arbuthnot of 4705 Lo-|W'th his brother, Frank W. 
cust Hill Court, Bethesda, Md..|McComb, at Bluemont until 12 
Funeral services will be held|¥¢#"8 480. He then began op- 
Monday at 2 p. m. at the ration of his own dairy at 
Pumphrey Funeral Home, 7557,@T@ssmore near Purcellville. 
Wisconsin ave., 
where friends may call all day 
| Sunday. 


Deaths Elsewhere 


“We are gratified at the op- 
not, who was in 
charge of the 
Washington of- 
fice sf Alle- 


in East Liver- 


by Dec. 15 for Tempo 2. 


velopment program. . 
He is survived by his wife,|#mes the space of the Penta- 


the Handicapped, Seventh Day)... na) channel s—private| Frances Russell Burris of Had-|8°". OF about 5.5-million square 
J.; a son; Rozier | *°e*- 


Jean de Beaumont 
NICE, France, Oct. 14—Jean 


Guerin de Beaumont, Minister 
of Justice in the government 


Mendes-France from Septem- 
ber 1954, to January this year, 
died here Thursday, it was an- 
nounced today. He was 59. 

De Beaumont was a lawyer 
‘who had represented 
Manche Department of north- 
in the National 
Assembly as a member of the 
Independent Republican (con- 
'servative) Party. 
During the war, he 
sented Free France in 
ington and New York. 
tended the San Franciscd con-icredited with 
‘ference of the United Nations 


‘area for his “Pungo Weekly | 
Grunt,” a mythical newspaper, 
over WTAR, a Norfolk station. 

For much of the time he was 
on “Ask-It Basket,” re) 
muted between Virginia Beach 


role 


Nations General Assembly last 
Mr. MacWilliams was a native 


Maj. Woodfill 


Remains 


Of War Hero 
wig He 


Woodfill, the man who Gen. 
John J. Pershing called the out- 
standing hero of World War I, 
will be interred at Arlington 
Cemetery with full military 
honors at 1 p.m. Monday. 

Maj. Woodfill killed 19 Ger-| 
mans in one day and won the osteopath, mechanic and glass 
Nation’s highest military dec-| worker, he lost a leg at 27 while 


| working in an Alaska gold while! Dutch Link. 


oration, the Medal of Honor. 


‘Whybrew 
Funeral Set 


‘| Monday at Fort Myer Chapel 
The remains of Maj. Samuel|for Waldo E. (Reds) Why- 
brew, a physicist who was cited 


Wednesday. 


For Monday 


Funeral services will be held 


for his work on the atomic 
bomb. 

Mr. Whybrew, 57, of 5505 ist) 
st. nw., died at his home 


—_—_ — 


An ex-ranch hand, seaman, 


His body has een resting in|and the accident led him to 


ng re at the Naval Re- I it P eterson 


a small country cemetery in 
Madison, Ind. Citizens there 
early this year raised $800 for 
a memorial for the grave. Rep. 
Earl Wilson (R-Ind) arranged 
for Maj. Woodfill to be buried 
in Arlington after hearing of: 
his war record. 
Maj. Woodfill was called to 
Washington in 1921 when Gen. 
Pershing dug up his record and 
named him a pallbearer fof the 
Unknown Soldier. He was re- 
ceived by President Harding. | 
When the remains of Maj. | 
Woodfill arrive in Washington 
today, they will be met by an 
honor guard from the Third 
(Old Guard) Infantry Reg 
The remains will be taken to 
Arlington, where they " 
await reburial. 
The United States Arm 
Band will play 
and the casket will be taken to 
the burial site on an artille 
caisson drawn 
matched gray horses. 


Notables Attend 
MeNeil Funeral 


NEW YORK, Oct. 14 #—Fu- 


Food sador to West Germany; 
cier Edward Warburg, 
William Benton, former United | 
now is moving into Tempo a korigy Senator from Connecti-| 
a nstitution ave. and 17th) ©4t. 
5 CARRREOS 60, ERS Tem V. K. Krishna Menon, head: 
Tempo V, erected in 1942,)0f India’s delegation to the 
was tagged with the name of|Seneral assembly of the U. N., 
who once campaigned in Scot- 
land with MeNeil, paid his re- 
spects before the services. 
| Mr. MeNeil, 48, died Tuesday 
park land that will be restored. folowing a brain hemorrhage! 
Units of seven Government | 4t sea en route here. The body 
an- Will be cremated. 


Harold N. Arbuthnot 


Harold N. Arbuthnot, 65, as- 
sistant to the president of the) 
Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corp.,) 
died of a heart attac 
day. 


Mr. Arbuth- 


He was born 


London. 


daring women car rally drivers; 
from a heart attack in Paris. 
Charles Albert Frey, 67, 
mayor of Strasbourg, France,/Sunday at 2.p. m. at the Pur- 
playing a key ‘cellville Baptist Church. Bur- 
in the Allied decision to/jai will be in’ Lincoln Cem- 
as technical adviser in 1945. He|remain in Strasbourg in Janu-|etery, Lincoln, Va. 
~ led the French delegation to\ary, 1945, after the city h 
‘the ninth session of the United been liberated and faced re-| 
occupation by the Germans; in! 
Strasbourg. 


fresh light on clouds. 


will to job until the 1925 
accident. 

y| . With the insurance money, 
the services, he | 
‘Missouri State Teacher’s Co 
ry|lege and received a bachelo 
seven Of science degree. He contin- 
ued his studies at the Univer- 
a val te eee te Catholic 
nive F rge Washington 
and Agri Netherlands was involved by 
culture Dept. stating that Petersen trans- 
mitted secret information to a 
Dutch official. They said this 
took place on a reciprocal basis 
and the exchange of informa- 
tion was of a purely technical 
character and available exclu- 
sively for the internal use of 
the Netherlands government. 


by 


Graduate School htre. 


Mae Hance Whybrew: a ; 
James William and a sister 
neral services for Hector Mc- Hillery Holeomb of New Castle, 
Neil, former British minister of| Ind. 
state, were held today 
| Brick Presbyterian’ Church 
upper Park Ave. 
Among those attending the 
services, conducted by Dr. Paul! 
Austin Wolfe, were Mrs. Mc- 
onal Neil; British Consul General 
B. A. Rundall; British Minister) Sm 
of State Anthony Nutting; Sir|] 
John Balfour, former British)’ R 
| Ambassador to Spain and now| #3 
»|a member of the British U. N.| 3a 
»| delegation; David Owen, assist-| a 
ant U. N. secretary general;| [ae 
|Lewis Douglas, former United! 7 
|\States Ambassador to Great|' > # 
Thomas J. Watson,'* 
‘chairman of the board of In-|* 
ternational Business Machines: | 


on Dr. H, B. Humphrey 


finan-| contributions w 


J. LL. MecLernon of Prescott, 
|Ariz., and Mrs. George Godfrey 


Robert E. McComb 


ie gy py Bin cta Ellis Me- 

omb, 57, prominent Loudoun 

Mr. Arbuthnot County dairy farmer and a 
bank director, died today at 


after a long illness. 


N. C., the son of the late David 
Moore McComb and Lula 
f Whiteside McComb. He had 
been a resident of Loudoun 
‘County for 36 years. 


Bet da, 
osheren Purcellville Baptist Church 


and a director of the Round 
Hill National Bank. 


- SER IS Oa ea gy tn McComb, a son 
arry ‘ ’ ’ "y . 2 “o : 
poser, who wrote many of the |three gal heey gpm | 
songs made popular by British! Harry of Hicko 
comedienne Gracie Fields; in’ Frank; and three sisters, Mrs. 
‘Thomas Pruitt of Hickory, 
ae Pochon, 34, one of Mrs. Buren S. Neil of Kings 
rance’s best known and most | Mountain, N. C., and Mrs, Lin- 
1 Bennett of Chattanooga, 
enn. 


search Laboratory here from 


velop a liquid thermal diffusion 
of uranium isotope separation | 


for the atomic bomb program. | 
th 


From 1948 to 1952, he headed 


Mr. Whybrew was born in 


Gary, Ind., and served in the 
Navy in World War I. After! 4". the American who last year 
the war, he drifted from job pleaded guilty before a Virginia 
gold mine! court to a charge that hé had 
‘used secret documents “in a 
manner prejudicial to the safe-| 
‘ty and interests of the United |™ 
States.” 
The Foreign Ministry at the 
time answered reports in the 
American press that the 


attended North rs. Col 


He is survived by his wife, 


Dr. H. B. Humphrey, 82, re- 


Sen. Hubert Humphrey (.' 


Calif. 

phrey worked 
of Plant Indus- 
try and its suc- 


cessors from' 
1913. until his' 


es 
a 


cure and prevention of rusk 
diseases of small grains. 

He left Washington for the 
West Coast in 1951. At that 
time he made his home in 


Cabin John. fat 10 a. 
He also worked at the Uni-| Thomas Church. Burial will be 
| versity of Minnesota and Wash-|in St. Mary’s Cemetery. 


ington State College. 

Dr. Humphrey received his 
doctorate at Stanford Univer- 
sity. 

He belonged to the Cosmos! 
Club here. 

Survivors are his wife, Olive 
Mealey Humphrey of Los 
Altos; four sons, David J. of 
13524 Sherwood Forest dr.. 
Silver Spring; Llewelyn of} 


‘Scott, Ark., Robert R. of Tuc- 
son, Ariz., and Harry of Los 


i 


Angeles; two daughters, Mrs. 


PURCELLVILLE, Va., Oct. 


e was born in Hickory, 


He operated a dairy farm 


He was a member of the 


He is survived by his wife, 


Funeral services will be held 


In Current Fiseal Year 


Soaring Maryland Sales Tax Receipts 
May Give State $10 Million Surplus 


BALTIMORE, Oct. 14 H—A|accumulate, it would go a long! 


$10 million surplus for the State W4Y toward bridging a much- 


‘discussed gap of $30 million be-} 


of Maryland during the current | ..6n income and expenditures 
fiscal year appears a possibility and would ease an ex in- 
if business continues to hum crease in taxes. 7 
at its present élip. Sales tax revenues are the 
State fiscal officials had surplus. 
Se caet then Gin, nk im predicted re nes ten someon 
more than $265,000, but revenue. 
peda woth fore- during July, August and 
ing @ revision of estimate.|September, -tige state received 
If a $10 million surplus an estimated $9,122,214 


y 


cent at 7:75 Dp. m. 
ha MOA, A, cloud 
a few scat after- 


mH n 
southeast portion. Sunday— 


Comet tip-off to the mounting or 


National Weather Summary 


-| Winds: Mostly northwest. 
= WVintbility God 
ility: 


Departures frem ? 
_| Accumuleted excess of temperature since 
lay i reg 432 decrees. Excess 


excess © 


55. 4.87 Inches. 


L Pree. 


(asterisks denote those open to 
ermal yesterday: the public): - 


ers, Statier (ends today 
*Internstiona ristian  Business- GEIER. MAYME 


© yeat ase: Hixh. 76 pene Committees, Sheraton Park iends 


degrees: jew 38 f “Flee; sun rises 
ie ee Ey Ee sae Ap 
[Bread Pauls i mules” Words 


Temperatures and rain for 24 hours ending 7 p. m. EST Friday. 


Cog sracsere. ayflower (en 
} lroad tier (end y). 
- Wehioms Club Zone No. i. Hamilton 
gi.| ‘Mirouch Sunday). a 
Reserve Offi Associa », Oe 
a mm. *Tunebeon at noon, ifera. 
LUNCHEON 


iD mm. 
; 


+ D 
“4 tville Ore Athietic Association, 
ses 2 gy nee } > =. May- 
* | Sower. ‘ 


oP ea Beatle cach 


Today’s 
Events: 


Events scheduled for today 


CONVENTIONS 
National Conference of Editorial Writ- 


nday 

National ssociation o Plumbing! 
; mg oF 

jans an reeons of the - 


Pan American Medical Society, 12:30. 


SPECIAL EVENTS 
Na Trucking Road-E-O, Statler 


% : 
: t 


* 


Prayer for Today 


Our God and Father, this 
is world and ours as 
well. We pray for Thy guid- 
ance that we may be co 
workers with Thee. Forgive 
our human’ frailties, which 
make : woo for Pow . 

strength t is 
Svallable if we only seek 
Thy way. Help us to search 
diligently for truth, justice, 
and leve. 
—Ellis K. Sehweickhard, 
Minneapolis, Minn., princi- 
pal, Sheridan Elementary 
and Junior High School. 


(Coprright 195 the Divist 
of jan Bee jon. on 
Couneil of the urches © rist 
in the U.8.A.) 


ton, 
phews. 
Funeral services will be held 
m. Monday at St. 


1931 to 1948, he was given a & 

Meritorious Civillan ‘Service| CSC Dead 
‘Award in 1945 for helping de- 
WASSENAAR, Netherlands, 
Oct. 14 #—Giancomo C, Stuyt, 
46, minister at the Dutch Em- 
| - ao an Bureau's atmos- bassy in Paris, died in a clinic 
pheric electricity section of the here Wednesday after an opera- 
physical research division. For , . - 
the Bureau, he wrote a paper! 
on the electrification of air| 
bubbles in water that shed fice identified Mr. Stuyt was 
the Dutchman connected with’ 


the case of Joseph S. Petersen ™ 


The Netherlands foreign of- 


P~: Agriculture Department Mayme A. Geier 


plant pathologist a 
. Om, end uncle of Mayme A. Geier, 88, widow 


Minn.), died|of Joseph A. Geier, former di- 
Thursday at'rector of Frank Geier’s Sons 
Los AltoS,/funeral home, died yesterday 

Dr Hum. after a long illness. 
Mrs. Geier lived all her life 
in the Bureau|in Washington. Prior to her ill- 
ness she had lived at the Shera- 
ton-Park Hotel for 20 years. 
She was active in Catholic 


= ; retirement in| charities, and was a member of 
. | August, 1943.\the Chris hild So 

John Hood, Australian Ambas-| Dr. Humphrey His research | the Sodaitty of A owen _ 

ere in the cause,| Apostle Church. 

She is survived by a sister, 

Sadie C. Schaefer, of Washing- 

and six nieces and ne- 


AL 

f Mrs. 
Daniel an 
licott§ City 


S. H. Hines Ge 
goth st. nw. (iree parking), on ture 
y. October 15 


he 


sympath 


and friends invited 

Hen 
CONES. MOIIUS Yi Ge, Wosnentey Oe 

tober i & res 

Varnum of ne.. NNIE vv. cox 4 

ister of 7)! Della Coxen and Mrs. 

Will m DeAtiey. Friends may call at 


oseph 

a, Geier P hogs Horton, Mrs. 
mothy OO ey, Miss Louise Horton, 

Miss Ma n 

r 
30 a. 
tle 

rd. nw. 

or 


oes 
where thee 
ss Will be offer t 10 a m., 
for ibe tepose of her soul, rnterment 


Anvriling 


BUTT. MAX. The wavetliog 6 he tomb- 
: > eae t x 


tery, Aiabama ave. s& 


e 
Telatives are invited to attend. 


Died 


BIERY, DAVID GORMAN. On Gaturday 
5 at Demopolis, Ala 


October & 19 


at 
the Ives Funeral Home, 2847 Wilson 
bivd.. Arlingto m., 


Va.. until 1 p. 


Monday, Octobér 17. thence to Ar. 


, lington WNational Cemet a h 
a eslaco, Tex. graveside services vil be. held “at 
uneral services will be held! ..2 °. ™: 
le BIERY. HOWARD L. Saturday. - 
jin Los Altos. tober 8 1958. et Demopolis, Als, 
OWARD L. BIBRY. beloved h 


’ . 
Biery, and son of Mr. and Mrs. 
of Wheeling. W Va 

Priends may call at the Ives Puneral 
Home, rite | Wilson bivd.. Arlington, 
i} D. m. on Monday, Octo- 

ber 17, thence to Arlington National 
a pay graveside services 


Lawrence Biery 
Va.. unt 


will be he at 2p. m. 


BRASHEARS. ROBERT W. On Thurs- 
cay. Octobe 3. 1955. ROBERT W 
BRASHEARS of 639 G st. ne.. beloved 
mmnene © Dwelle Brashears and 


» | 


University Hospital, LEWIS R 
Cc of 10008 A 


Puneral Home, 6434 Georgia ave.. Bil- 
ver Spring. Md. Services on Monda 
October 17. at Dm. «a 
of the Ascension, 633 Sligo ave., Silver 
Spring. Md. Interment Rock reek 
Cemetery. In preference of flowers 
may be expressed in the 
form of memorial to the Warwick 
N.C Memoria! Cancer Clinic, 2300 K at. nw. 
ry, N. C., and surgiy, HARRY. Departed | this _lite 
Thursday, October 13. 1955. HARRY 
U , at bis late residence in Muir- 
kirk, Md. arvivengs S50 six daughters, 
le, ttle. «a n 


Mary, Luci 


; son Uiiam. m. end 
James Burly; one niece. Alice ae 
son, and other relatives and friends. 
Remains resting at 


m., Gaturday. 


after 4 p . 
Puneral rom. i October 16. 


ry &. Washington & 6ons 
Wed 


ines Co neral Home. 
33 1i4 . ow a after 
ursday rvices at the 


ard M.. 

n phe is survived by 
grandchild tw reat-cran 
hildren. Priemds may call at the Ives 
uneral Home, 2647 Wilson bivd.. Ar 
ington, Va. W cre funeral service 
will be heid onday, C r . 

e. m. Interment Arlington Na- 
tional Cemetery 


A. Geier. aunt of 


+ 
holy sac 
e 


r 
Aub an 


Eee es 
gall estos a % 


Paty .m. Totermen Psy 


R ay. Oc- 
tober 13. 1955. at George Was ton 


Home. 
chusetts ave. ne., 
R- at 8:30 


16 


y, 
t the Church 


neral Hom 
ass at 

a st. and Pennsylvania ave, nv. & 

: ‘. mi. t. Olivet C 
ery 


his late residence, 


Services at 


no 

ome o turday. Oc- 

tober 15. at 2 D. m pe Con- 
Cemetery 


DEUTERMAN, ELLEN N. On Wednesday, 
October 12. 1955. at her residence. 612 


llinois st Ar Dore Va.. ELLEN sad bie Me D ner oe Ww 

} . : . rs. Daisy 

DB UTERMAN. beloved wife of tthe ston. Os Bnd Mis. Katie ing 
ate war e ceton. ‘ ea sur- 
mother of Mrs. Eisie M. Mulik. Ed- vived by seven, srandehi dren. 

w ran t e 


Port nooin 


MANN, ALICE VIOLET. Suddenly. om 


tober 12. 1955. at ner 


0 at il ss. mm, . 
ment Congressional Cemetery. 


MARKS. MELVIN Ww 
October 12, apes. WL. 
of 409 Laurel ave. are, bd 
ae Oo 


loved burda of Ru 
father of ice : rks, 
services at the aldson 
Home. 313 Talbott ave. seuget, 
5. at > 
tery 


MEIGS, ORTON On Wednesday, - 
tober 12 ios. at his home, 
Brad! ivd.. Bethesda. Ma. 

u 


i MEIOS, beloved husband o 


Episcopal Chure 


assachusetts aves. nw.. alle m= 
colm Cemetery. 


Interment Fort Lin 


Oeste MARRY BOB HS ts 


of 00 Quebec st. a*; * is 6ur- 
vived by «@ host relatives and 


lends are invited call at 
Bethesda-Chevy Chea Punera! Home 
of Robert A, mphrey 
Md.. where services will be bb 
turday, October 15, at 2 Bw. mm. 
terment private. 


RAY. MARGARET WN . o 
October 12, 1955. & 


1515 ndy st.. ver Ting. 

nd Emme . f 

Ariz., and one qrancsen Mr urra 
rests t the arner rey 


h rm ™ 
Puneral Home, 8434 Georgia ave.. Pes 
ver Boring, where services wil 
held on turday. Oc 
Dp. m. Interment private. In preferenc 
of flowers sympathy may ex 
in the form of memoria) to 1 a 
o ae Association, ii 19 
st. 5 


OLIVER. CORA TAYLOR. vricag. 
Octover 1 o 


4 1955. at her te r 
dence, Cheltenham. Md. CORA TAY- 
LOR OLIVER. beloved wife of the 
te William Murphy Oliver. She also 
survived by four qpasren William 
elyn Richards, 
rs. Sylvia Grimes, and Miss Dianne 
Oliver; also a brother and sister, Ken- 
neth Taylor and Mrs. rman. 
Friends are invited to call at Ritchie 
Brothers Funeral Home. Upper Mari- 


enry Oliver. Mrs. 


2 
> 
1 
> 
> 
° 
3 
°o 
° 
od 
| 
os 


n Monday, to 
i7, t 2p. m. interment Chelten- 
ham Cemetery. 


PARKER. CAPT. GEORGE F. Suddenly, 
on 


October 6 1955, at Medicine Bow 


PFEIL, EDITH MAF. On _ Friday 


34. 1955. at Arlington Hos 4B oy TH 
A L. of 605 S. Oak &t.. 


mn. Va. - ' 

Pfeil Jr. and sister of Mrs. Iola Wig- 

lesworth. Mrs. Marjorie Dunn, Mrs 

Mary Ashby. Halcomb, Archie and 

Raymond Curtis. Friends me 2 at 
i 


services will be held om Monday, Octo- 
er 17. at 2 bp. m. Interment Arlington 
National Cemetery 


|PICKETT, WILLIAM H. On Thursday, 


ther © sEett, Mr 
flee Sapp and Garnet C. Pickett an 
rother of Mrs. Ros Tucker of att of 
a on 


tober 17. at 2:30 ». m 
Washington National Cemtery. 


tt an t | POOLE, JAMES T. Sudden! 
will be held on October 23. 1955. at 

1 o'clock. at the Kesher Israel Ceme- 
ones and 


y. , Thurs- 
Gay. October 13. 1955. at Providence 
Hospital, JAMES T. POOLE of 3915 
Howara rd. s¢., the beloved hbusban 


of Lille cole, and the belov 
father of Lille James Poole. He also is 
survived by four brothers. Clarence 


L.. Horace G.. Moude and aries H. 
two sisters. Minnie Dickerson 


SENER. SUSIE HELEN ‘nee Griffin) 


On Thursday. October 13. 1955 8 
ELEN SENER o ore, Md., wi 


altimore, Md. on Saturday, October 
15, at 2:30 p. m. Interment private. 


SMITH, JOSEPH <A. On “Thursday, 


Gries 13, sone at Sibley Hospita 


at the Lee Funeral Home, 4th st. an 
Massachusetts ave. ne. until 8:30 
7 


Monday. October 17 , 


recuiem mass will be offered at ol” 
Comforter Cat ure t 
a 


olic 
m. Interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery. 


to 

¥ | SMITH, sOSrEm A Members of Spauld- 
1820 9th st. nw. Funeral services at , ing Council. No 

the Calvary Episcopal Church. 6th Colu 

and I sts. ne. on Monday, tober 
i7, ot ll am sprermen’ owler's 


. 417, ights 
of mbus. are ered 
notified o pe death 


- 

4th at nd assa- 
on Sun ay. tober 

p. m. for recitation of the 


» * Md h . ~ wo Pla . Silver Rosary 

pring. usband o orence LES ETLER 
Dillinchan Ill oft R. ie Park Md JF KING. S. aye bee 
con aioe mas Pish of Nincara | TENNYSON, EMILY Z. Tygsde Oc. 
Palis, N. d one granddaughter, tober 11. 1955, EMIL 80 
Mrs. Paul unders © red 2830 6th «st. ne.. dDelowed mother o 
; ; 4d Miss Edith Bur rs. Christine Himes o 
dick of New York City. Mr. Bur- ze o = ° - surviv by 
dick rests at the Warner E. Pumphrey our os “te wars u 8 


nterment Ft. Lincoln Cemetery. 


WELTY, ANNA M., of 2147 O et. nw. on 

October 14. 1956. Bel wite of John 

P. Welty. Prayers wy, rs Fu. 
> 


> nv. on 
onday. tober 17, & 4. g- 
St. Stephens Catholic Chur " 


terment eme- 


WHYBEREW. WALDO ©. On W 
day. October wii 1955, 
Alto Hospital. A . 
° 


O1 ist st. nw. 


ort Myer Chapel on 
m. Relatives and friends invited. 
Ceme- 


faterment Arlington National 
rv. 
WRIGHT. ROBBER M. On Tuesday, 


a 
I aT beloved pysbead @ 


WwW " 
arr ran. Coo - Ai Wash 
D ; ot d 


may call aj e le 

bes . and anne oh ave. wd 
vi ii e 

where services w : on Monday: 


On Friday. October 

4. 1955, MA ( GEIER of the 
heraton-Park Hotel. p+ g Fo the pes 
rs. Pred A. 


f 17. 

© oa Goede 
. on 

rifice of 


~-DEATHS— 
her. services by Chambers 
fei Bae | Se ee 
echram, Robby B. |W. W. Chambers Co. 
Cemetery eter ) Lots 
FORT 
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¢ Washington 


oA 


a and about Wom EN 


eo ds 


vy! 


SOCIETY 
CLUBS 
FASHIONS. 


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 


1955 


Town Topics 


Army. Secretary 
Toasts [ke in Milk 


By Marie McNair 


IN CASE you didn’t know, 
Secretary of the Army Wil- 
ber Brucker is a teetotaler. 
Moreover, he likes butter- 
milk. 

At the 
American 
N e@ w spaper 
Womens 
Club party = 
y esterday, a 
given in hon- 
or of Secre- © 
tary and Mrs. 
Brucker, Wil- 
ber Brucker 
YP roposed 
a birthday Mrs. McNair 
toast te the President of the 
United States. 

He asked for a glass of 
milk. No sweet milk in the 
kitchen—would buttermilk, 
do’ 

It would, apparently, be- 
cause Secretary Brucker in 
making his toast finished it 
off to the last drop. Leaving 
party politics out of it, the 
former Republican Governor 
of Michigan said that Eisen- 
hower is a’ leader any Ameri- 
can would be proud to raise 
his glass to. 


Birthday Party 


Republican 
League 
Honors Ike 


A CLUSTER Cabinet 
wives shared pouring duties 
yesterday at the open house 
given by the League of 
Republican Women of the 
District of Columbia to cele- 
‘ brate President Eisenhower's 
65th birthday. 

Mrs. John Foster Dulles 
was there, wearing a tur- 
quoise toque; Mrs. Charles 
Wilson, Mrs. George Hum- 
phrey, in red; Mrs. James P. 
Mitchell, and Mrs. Herbert 
Brownell. 

The Republican National 
Committee’s chairman was 
represented by his assistant, 
Bertha S. Adkins. 


THE PIECE de resistance, 
the birthday cake, was re- 
splendent with orange icing 
and lettered “Happy Birthday 
President Eisenhower.” 
Around the cake were bronze 
and orange flowers. . 

Vice President Nixon, who 
had hoped to attend, tele 
phoned his regrets. 

Upstairs, members were 
busily filling the last few 
spaces for signatures on an 
illuminated scroll to be sent 
last night by the League to 
the President in Denver via 
White House air mail. Ac- 
companying the scroll, which 
expresses the League's birth- 
day wishes, was a letter. It 
said: 


“We RECALL a statement 
attributing to you that ‘so 
many smiling Republican 
faces makes me feel good.” 
There is no photograph but 
rest assured for every signa- 
ture affixed to the attached 
scroll there is indeed a face 
full of happiness and a heart 
full of good wishes for your 
continued recovery and for 
many, many more years of 
happiness.” 

The letier continues: . 

“May this birthday be just 
the beginning of a richer, 
fuller life for you who have 
given so much to our fcrtu- 
nate era.” 

About 250 signatures had 
been affixed to the scroll by 
yesterday afternoon. 

The receiving line at the 
tea was headed by the 
League’s president, Mrs. Wil- 
liam F. Burdick, and included 
Mrs. M. Robert Guggenheim. 


College Park 
U. N. Celebration 


of 


U. N. DAY celebrations in | 


College Park, Md., on Sun- 
day will be highlighted by 
the ogg Magreage of a United 


Nations flag to the University | 


of Maryland to match the 
American flag flown on cam- 
pus. Dr. A, O. Kuhn, assist- 
ant to the unviersity presi- 
dent, will receive the gift | 
from the College Park U. N 
Day Committee. 

The Committee will also 
present a gift of film strips 
on the U. N. to the Prince 
Georges County Board of Ed- 
ucation. 


Louise Bennett, materials — 


librarian for the board, will’ 


accept the Committee’s pres- | 
afternoon | 


ent during the 

ceremony which opens at 
2:30 p. m. in the College Park 
waicipal Building. 


Wooton to Speak 


Mrs. Charles Chase Hill, 
the Political Study Club’s new 
t, will officiate at to- 

day’s meeting at the Shera- 
ton-Park Hotel, set for 2:30 
m. Paul Wooton, Wash- 

t for the 


GEN. MAXWELL TAY 
LOR, Army Chief of Staff, 
was highest ranking guest 
next to Secretary Brucker. 
Mrs. Taylor was there, too, 
and answering questions 
about her new home—Quar- 
ters 1 at Fort Myer. She said 
she was still moving in. “You 
know there's always another 
packing case to open.” 

Otherwise they're pretty 
well settled after some re- 
decoration which included 
removing the photographic 
murals in the oval dining 
room. 


VIOLET FAULKNER. 
club president, stood with 
Secretary and Mrs. Brucker 
in the club drawing room as 
guests came in. Mrs. Brucker 
wore a slim black crepe frock 
with oyster-white satin re- 
vers heavily scrolled ‘in gold. 
Her gloves were pale blue 
and she had pinned a white 
orchid to her shoulder. 

Among associate members 
taking their turn at the tea 
table were Mrs. Robert Le- 
Baron, Mrs. Richard Hunt 
and Mrs. William S. Culbert- 
son. 

Mrs. Stanley Hornbeck. as- 
sociate club member. brought 
her husband and Maj. Gen. 
and Mrs. William D. Connor. 

Emma Perley Lincoln's 
guests were Gen. Franklin C. 
Hart, USMC, and Mrs. Hart. 
who were entertaining later 
at dinner at Fort McNair for 
former Ambassador and Mrs. 
Henry F. Grady. 

Mrs. John P. Jackson came 
as Mrs. Martin Vogel's guest. 
and also present were former 
Ambassador and Mrs. Myron 
Cowen, Mrs. Parker West. 
who will give a tea Oct. 30 in 
honor of Chief of Staff and 
Mrs. Taylor: former Ambas- 
sador and Mrs. Robert Gug- 
genheim and Junoesque Col. 
Julia Hamblett, Director of 
Women's Marines. 


REPUBLICANS Bertha Ad- 
kins and Anne Wheaton were 
in a conversational group: 
Mrs. Preston McGoodwin 
was praising the party; Edgar 
Morris came by as did Emily 
and Nannie Chase. Mr. and 
Mrs. Douglas Hatch, Vice 
Adm. and Mrs. Clark Wood- 
ward, Col. and Mrs. Freder- 
ick Weyand—he's executive 
officer for Secretary Bruck- 
er—and Herschel Schooley. 
public information head of 
the Defense Department. 


Visitor: 

CHIEF JUSTICE Dr. Gus 
tavo Manrique of Venezuela, 
is here for a short stay and 
will leave Sunday for Canada. 
He will call on Supreme 
Court Chief Justice Earl 
Warren this morning and to- 
night the Venezuelan Ambas- 
sador and Senora de Gonzales 
will give a dinner in his 
honor. 


Party Time: 

INDIAN AMBASSADOR 
Mehta, was host at a recep- 
tion yesterday at the Indian 
Embassy in honor of Dr. 
Homi J. Brabha, chairman of 
the Atomic Energy Commis- 
sion of India. 

Dr. Brabha came to Wash- 
ington from Geneva where 
he was chairman of the Inter- 
national Conference on the 
Peaceful Uses of Atomic 
Energy. ‘ 


VICE ADMIRAL E. Tyler 
Wooldridge, Commandant of 
the National War College, 
and Mrs. Wooldridge, gave 
the fourth and last in a series 
of receptions in their quar- 
ters at Fort McNair yester- 
day. Guests as at previous 
parties were a group of the 
faculty and students of the 
National War College. 


Home Again: 


REAR ADMIRAL and Mrs. 
Tom Kelly who spent two 
months traveling in Europe 
have returned to Washington. 


See TOPICS, Page 24 


“HAPPY BIRTHDAY, IKE!"—Secretary of 


the Army Wilber Brucker, a _ teetotaler, 
toasted President Eisenhower in buttermilk 
last night at a reception given at the Amer- 


Secretary Brucker proposes the toast; 
the right, he drinks it down—to the last 
drop. Secretary and Mrs. Brucker were the 
honorees at the party. 


By Bob Burchette. Staff Paolocrapher 
on 


ican Newspaper Women’s Club. On the left, 


At Testimonial Luncheon 


Elizabeth Fairall Honored 


By Evelyn Hayes 


4 LADY who is retiring 
today after fifty years with 
Julius Garfinckel & Co. was 
honored yesterday by about 
130 members and guests of 
the Washington Fashion 


group. Friends came from 
New York and Paris to pa 
homage to Miss Elizabe 
Fairall at a testimonial lunch- 
eon in her honor at the Hotel 
Willard’ on the occasion of 
her retiring today as vice 
presidént of Julius Gar- 
finckel & Co, 

In an interesting program, 
Miss Fairall’s retailing career 
was traced in speeches by 
people who had known her 
through the years with fash- 
ions of various eras inter- 
spersed to highlight the pro- 
gram. 

Ruey Messenger, fashion 
coordinator ‘and public rela- 
tions director of Garfinckel’s 
opened the program by tell- 
ing in brief the fashion 
career of Miss Fairall which 
started in 1905. 

Philip Talbott, president 
of National Retail Dry Goods 
Association and . executive 
vice president of Woodward 
and Lothrop, was then intro- 
duced as a “merchant of 
great distinction who remem- 


bers Miss Fairall from the 


old days.” 


“One who has made a con- | 
tribution to our craft of re- | 


tailing second to none,” was 
the way Mr. Talbott de- 
scribed Miss Fairall. “For all 
retailers she is Queen Eliza- 
beth.” 


FOLLOWING MR. Talbott's 

two dresses were > 
Edwardian | 
the | 
other from 1913, the latter of | 
embroidered mull cut with a. | 
long slim tunic line falling | 


speech 
shown from the 
period—one from 1911, 


over a floor-length skirt. 


Two dresses from the ‘20s | 


drew laughter—which this 
era's fashions &lways do—an 
era which Miss Fairall feels 
produced the only ugly fash- 
ions in our history. 

Designer Ben Reig, repre- 
senting the American cou- 
ture, was unable to come to 
Washington and sent his trib- 
ute via wire, “I have known 
Elizabeth Fairall for twenty- 
seven years. 
person who always thinks 
straight and decently.” 

From the late ‘20s a dress 


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was shown with the lengthen- 
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red taffeta, short in front, 
trailing to the floor on the 


ELIZABETH FAIRALL 
. honored 


sides and back, an effect not 
too different from what we 
occasionally see on the run- 
way today. Then came a 
lovely champagne lace floor- 


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and a gown of 1936 vintage. 
Mrs. Messenger, supplying 
the commentary, pointed out, 


that it was at this period in — 


1939 Miss Fairall became a 
vice president of Julius Gar- 
finckel & Co. 

WITH WORLD War II came 
185 ‘restrictions with 
ened skirts, general simplifi- 


cation, and the “battle of the | 
Typical of | 


shoulder pads.” 
this was a long-jacketed gray 
wool suit that was followed 
on the runway by a 1947 de- 
sign — a small-waisted big 
skirted black taffeta late day 
dress that could actually have 
been from any year since the 
war. 

Dorothy Waddington, ex- 
ecutive director of the Fash- 
ion 


was followed by Lucie Noel, 


a long-time Paris friend of | 


Miss Fairall. 

Mrs. 
traveled with Miss Fairall on 
her European trips and talked 
about those, and described 
Miss Fairall as “having a life- 
long romance with France. 
She is loved there not only 


See FAIRALL, Page 24 


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Students On Panel 


Curriculum Is the Topic 


WHAT SHOULD a college 
teach? This question was 
answered yesterday by a col- 
lege professor and two stu- 
dents who recommended @ 
“general education course” to 
prepare students for “good 
citizenship as well as a higner 
education.” 

The answer was given to 
some 400 members of the 
Washington Chapter, Na- 
tional Women’s Committee of 
Brandeis University, at a 
panel discussion luncheon 
in the auditorium of Wash- 
ington Hebrew Congregation. 

Leonard Levy, Professor of 
American Civilization and In- 
stitutions at Brandeis and the 
two students, Thomas Egan, 
a law student at Georgetown 
University, .and-Edna Segal, 
president of the senior class 
at Brandeis; said a college 
should teach practical living 
and prepare its students for 
“higher or specialized” edu- 
cation. 

The students agreed that a 
college ‘should permit stu- 
dents to participate in class 
discussions and express their 
views without ‘restrictions. 


Kensington 
Wins ‘First’ 
At Orchid Show 


ORCHIDS of all descrip- 
tion from sections of the 
United States and Hawaii 
were judged last night at a 
preview showing of the an- 
nual orchid show sponsored 
by the National Capital Or- 
chid Society, Inc., which 
opens today at the Botanic 
Gardens, ist and Canal sts. 
sw. 

Kensington Orchids of 
Kensington, Md), took first 
place prizes in Class 1, the 

st in the show, and for 
ren,” best plant in the 


ALAN BARTH, editorial 
writer for The Washington 
Post and Times Herald, who 
was guést of honor at the 
luncheon, told the gathering 
there has been some effort 


by congressional. investigat- 
ing committees to purge col- 
leges of faculty which the 
committee felt undesirable 
and asked if this influence 
had been feit at Brandeis. 
Professor Levy replied 


that Brandeis was singularly 
free from that kind of in 
fluence. 

He added that Brandeis is 
“a rare university” also in 
the fact that it does not nar- 
row its curriculum to sub 
jects needed for a specific 
career but instead gives a 
general education in all 
topics that can serve as the 
foundation for specialized 
education. 


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* THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD. 
24 Saturday, October 15, 1955 yas 


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Miss Fairall Honored at Luncheon 


FAIRALL, From Page 23 
by the rich and successful 
people but by the humble peo- 
le as well who have served 
ier through the years.” In 
the great designing houses in 
Paris. Mrs. Noel said, they 
call Miss Fairall “La Grande 
Dame L’Amerique” — the 
great lady of America. Fi 
nally, said Mrs. Noel, Miss 
Fairall’s great achievement 
has been in promoting Fran- 
¢o-American relations and 
good will. 


THE NEXT speaker, Pierre 
Millet. French Minister, also 
paid tribute to Miss Fairall’s 
eontribution in this field and 


said that “France has deep 
feelings of admiration and 


gratitude for what she has ac- 
complished in the field of 
F renc h-American relations. 
For 40 years she has been the 
best ambassador of French 
fashions in the United States. 

Millet said that we have 
talked about the A, B, C look 
~—but we should talk more 
about the F look—‘that is, 
Fairall look as far as my coun 
trv is concerned. Some things 
you cannot stop; such as the 
tremendous influence you 
have had in this country of 
French fashion—and so I say 
Merci and God bless you.” 

Following M. Millets 


speech, there was a capsule 
showing of the newest French 
imports. Finally, Mrs. Mes- 
segger, on behalf of the 
Washington Fashion Group, 
presented Miss Fairall with a 
solid gold key—“a golden key 
to one who has been so im- 


portant a key to the best in 


the fashion world.” 

In addition to the speakers, 
others at the head table who 
had come to honor Miss Fair- 
ail were Arthur Lyon, vice 
president, Raleigh Haber- 
dasher, and Jules Winckel- 
man, president of Erlebach- 
er’s. 


Legislators Put It on Record 


Associated Press 


A NEW phonograph record 
features a half-hour of infor- 
mal interviews with the eight 
Democratic women members 
of the House. Titled “First 


Ladies of Congress,” it was 
released yesterday by the Of. 
fice of Women’s Activities of 
the Democratic National Com- 
mittee. 


BARBARA J. TILLSON ~ 
_—FREDERICK C. GILBERT 


Mrs. Jane V: Tillson of Ar- 
lington, Va., announces the 
engagement of her daughter, 
Barbara Jane, to Frederick 
Charies’ Gilbert, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Edward O. Gilbert 
of Danbury, Conn. Miss Till- 
son is the daughter of the 
late Ernest V. Tillson. 
She is a graduate of Madi- 
son College and received her 
master’s degree from George 
Washington University. She 
is at present teaching in Ar 
lington. Mr. Gilbert is a 
graduate of Worcester Pol, 
technic Institute. He is em 
ployed at the David Taylor 
Model Basin in Carderock, 
Md. A December wedding is 
planned. 


, British Ambassador, 


TOPICS, from Page 23 
Making the trip both ways on 
the §.S. United States, they 
came back ‘with Margaret 
Truman, Senator and Mrs. 
John Kennedy, Rear Admiral 
and Mrs. Donald Ramsey, 
who had been visiting her 
family in Scotland, Senator 
and Mrs. Herbert Lehman, 
Senator and Mrs. Homer 
Capehart and Senator and 
Mrs. John J. Sparkman. 

In Rome the Kellys lunched 
vith Perle Mesta. In London 
hey talked by telephone to 
Lady Makins, wife of the 
but 
couldn't seem to meet. When 
Admiral and Mrs. Kelly were 
in Rome, Signora Lvuciolli, 
wife of the former Italian 


Minister here, was fn Paris, 
visiting her mother, Mme. 
Dupray. 


Auf Weidersehn: 


DR. EFUGEN Buresch who 
has been serving as director 
of the Austrian Information 
Service in New York, has 
been appointed Acting Aus- 
trian Minister to Iran and 
will sail with Mrs. Buresch 
ond their year-old son, Mat- 
thew on Wednesday. 

Mrs. Buresch is the former 
joan Dulles, daughter of Al- 
‘en Dulles, Central Intelli- 
sence Director, and Mrs 
Dulles, and a niece of the 
Secretary of State. 

Dr. Buresch will be the first 
diplomatic representative of 
Austria to Iran since 1938. A 
son of the former Austrian 


. 


Federal Chancellor, or Prime 
Minister, Dr. Buresch was ap- 
pointed First Secretary of the 
Austrian Legation in Rome 


in a> 

He was transferred to the 
political department of the 
Austrian Foreign Affairs 
Office in Vienna in 1949 and 
from 1950 to 1951 he was 
Secretary of the Austrian Em- 
bassy in London. Since 
April 1952, he has been Di- 
rector of Austrian Informa- 
tion in New York, 


Here for Visit 


Mr. and Mrs. William Wat- 
ters of New York are in 
Washington for a visit with 
their son-in-law and daugh- 
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 
Becker, 


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vere. Saturday, October 15, 1955 235 


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\Today’sEvents = og : = ~ = ~ , pot 
Fairfax Hunt Sets |\Jury Study a 
Out After Foxes 


Defended 
IT LOOKS like a busy fall at 12:30 p. m: Kappa Kappa 


AtParley _ 
weekend, with horses and Gamma at the :Columbia 


hounds and tennis and tours Country Club in Chevy Chase By Murrey Marder 
luring sports and historic and Zeta Tau Alpha at the Gtaf! Reporter 
home enthusiasts outdoors to-- Woodner Hotel. Secret recording of jury de- 
day. Karly-morning events in- | iberations was strongly defend- 
A parade of hunters will clude fs ee for the joa ty Cister Judge Orie L. Phil- 
open the Fairfax Hunt at 10 {Ladies Auxiliary for the As- (lips of the 10th Judicial Cir- 
a. m. at the club house gociation of Physicians and cuit when one transcription 
grounds on Highway 1212. Surgeons at 9:30 a. m. at the | was played at a closed meeting 
and the traditional blessings sitatler Hotel and a meeting jin July at Estes Park, Colo. | 
of the hounds is first event of Daughters of American | A portion of the remarks 
of the Potomac Hunt meeting (Colonists at the same time at |made at that judicial confer-. 
scheduled at Western Breeze the Mayflower Hotel. ence was obtained yesterday. 
Farm near Potomac at 1:45 The Senate Internal Security 
A GOOD CAUSE is the | Subcommittee, which has con- 
reason for a benefit game | cluded hearings on the dis 
party scheduled by the | puted jury-tapping, has ordered 
League of Service of West- | al] the commentary at that con- 
moreland Congregational ference for its hearing records. 
Church at 8 p. m. at the | Chairman James O. Eastland 
Woodward and Lothrop audi- (D-Miss.) and Sen. William 
torium on Wisconsin ave.... | E. Jenner (R-Ind.) on Thursday 
the Women's City Club rum- denounced any jury recording 
mage sale starting at 8 a. m. as a “flagrant abuse of author. — 
at 1310 H. St. nw... . the | ity,” no matter who did it. The’ 
Sisterhood of Congregation controversial research project 
Har-Treon dance at 9:30 p.™. was carried out by the Univer- 


Minister Sought 


The Rev. J. A. Delaine, con- 
troversial Lake City (5. C.) 
pastor, is being sought by po- 
lice after a car driven by. 
James L. Moore was shot at 
near the minister's home. A 
rifle bullet pierced the roof 
of the car close te Moore's 


p. m. 

Finals of the Diplomatic 
Tennis Tournament, rained 
out last week, will be held at 
2 p..m. at St. Albans Boys 
School courts .. . Eleven of 
Alexandria's oldest homes 
will be open from 11 a. m. to 
5 p. m. under the sponorship 
of Alexandria Hospital's Aux- 
iliary Board. 


RECENT MOVIES taken in 
Soviet Russia by Mount Hol- 
yoke College graduate Gay 
Humphrey wil] be shown 
when she speags at a ‘unch- 
eon of Washington alumnae 
at 1 p. m. at the Occidental 
Restaurant ... Washington 
news correspondent Paul 
Wooten will speak at a meet- 
ing of the District Political 
Study Club at 2 p. m. 

District DAR meetings to- 
day include a luncheon for 
members of Keystone Chap- 
ter at 3826 North Vernon st., 
Arlington ... and a business 
session for Mary Desha Chap- 
ter at 2 p. m. at the chapter 
house, and Dolly Madison 
Chapter at 2:30 p. m. at 3833 
Aberfoyle Place. 

Fashion shows include a 
dessert at 1:30 p. m. given by 
Phi Sigma Sigma sorority's 


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sults that are on the credit side 

VIRGINIA WHITE Spee! the Armed Services Hospital- “One is proving, [I think— on Show 
Republican Women’s Club ity Committee, which will be demonstrating—that juries gen- 
members will be lunching to. occupying new quarters in (erally do a good job. think 
gether at noon at the Willard the Old Post Office Building |it demonstrates that ‘the jury 
Hotel ... Sororities are hold- at 12th and Pensylvania ave. | system is a good system ... 
ing Founders’ Day luncheons’ _ nw. 


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ted Press loperatives the preference Con-|more than once been a Demo- 
_gressman’s request for full de- Hoff Hits Back absence from his job as man-| NEW YORK, Oct. 14 #—Tf 
power from Clark Hill Dam in Rep. Clare E. Hoffman (R- atives. 'some American newspapers and 
President Eisenhower, sent a digging up “reat or fancied power program. | manager of the American News- 
such information would “vio-| “special favors” for the co-ops. committee Democrats and Re- Williams, in a statement on 
ment as to relations between’ Subcommittee took a breather issue.- newspapers In the United 
Morgan added: wer policies. Clark Hill public power to the! suppliers any rise in the price 
Clark Hill Dam have been di- tee staff. crease is unwarranted now be- 
Administration's policy to dis- Interior Department attorney Due at ‘enjoy unprecedented prosper- 
Midnight tonight is 
® Newspaper production costs 
at the Sheraton-Park Hotel. sity of Chicago. 
be —~ > ag layed was selected from| ‘House Government Operations Discrediting Attempt Charged ‘income taxes. than receipts from advertising 
th losed meeting of judges 
dinners have started already. | of e of jucges| the Wichita, Kan., court of Fed-/ ‘ies He has raised questions Counsel H. Vance Austin was|James L. Martin warns, you|newspapers has reached the 
ing theirs with an auction, | Tecording project. | commentary, reportedly told | 
is also featuring a harvest thrown around the experiment, leoncerned 9 daniage suit—| 
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sce mr rte yesterday gress intended them to have in cratic candidate for publie of-| 0 Pr ess 
turn own a Democratic Con-| ‘buying public power. fice.” Austin is on leave of! 
‘tails on White House meetings ‘ager of the Colorado Associa-| newsprint prices are raised, it 
‘concerned with disposal of Taking issue with Chudoff, tion of Rural Electric Cooper-|could result in the closing of 
Georgia. Mich.) said yesterday the Demo- The,Interior Department ad- the impoverishment of others, 
Gerald D. Morgan, counsel to crats on the Subcommittee are ministers the Government’s Cranston Williams, general 
telegram to Rep. Earl Chudoff grievances” to embarrass the| Hoffman’s statement was the paper Publishers Assn., said to- 
(D-Pa.) saying that to supply Administration, and are seeking latest in a series from both Sub-| day 
late policy and practice” since| Hoffman let loose with his| publicans on what shaped up as behalf of an organization rep 
the beginning of the Govern- blast as members of Chudoff’s' a warm 1956 election campaign resenting more than 800 daily 
Congress and the executive yntil next Tuesday from their’ The White House confer-| States and Canada, called upon 
branch of the Government. /hearings on Administration| ences involved proposals to sell publishers to protest to their 
“I can, however, tell you that Hoffman aimed his criticism Georgia Power Co. of newsprint at this time. 
all the conferences regarding at Chudoff and his Subcommit- | Williams declared any in- 
rected to seeking means of ex- He said James Lanigan, Sub- Tax Installment cause: 
pediting accomplishment of the committee counsel, is a former Midnich ® Newsprint manufacturers 
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preterence applicants therefor ywation “which will reflect on € $126 a ton. 
in the transcript of the confer- in accordance with law.” the integrity” of Department! witching hour for the second 
ence proceedings, The record- Chudoff is chairman of a officials. ‘half payment on 1954 District in recent years have risen faster 
Thanksgiving is still a | Judge Phillips, according to '"£ P | Subeo ; 
the conference transcript, told|one of six recorded cases in| 5¥bcommittee which is looking If your return isn’t in the and circulation. 
month away, but the turkey | ue ¢ af °c into Administration power pol-. Hoffman also said Associate mail by then, Finance Officer; ¢ In most areas the price of 
Colesville Methodist. and lawyers that “at first blush eral Judge Delmas C. Hill “ - 
im | had some doubts” about the| as bw as to whether the Administra- a “hired lobbyist” for Colorado|are liable for a 6 per cent per| limit that can be obtained with- 
Church members are combin- Chief Judge Phillips, in his tion is giving rural electric co- veral electric co-ops, who “has annum penalty. lout serious losses of circulation. 
from 10 a. m. till dark... St. | But “after carefully going the conference that the record- 
Mary’s Church at, Barnesville over the safeguards that were ing which was played—which Ee AN 2 OG talc 0D 
cone to 9p. m. the jurist said “I reached the) : : 
wen, Se 2 nana A - conclusion that it could do no sonst ho gs A i edeee’l A 4 
TEA TIME will find Arling- $s 
The judge said that “the jury 
ing prospective and new involved in the case would have . oe "Bantiand ond ten] 
members from 2 to 3 p. m. at SORSS Sens ron PREE PARKING AIR CONDITIOFED 
cording was being made of DRIVE- 
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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD a 
26 Saturday, October 15, 1955 eee 


Negro Priest Blocked; 
Bishop Cracks Down 


° — ) NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 14 


Archbishop Joseph Francis 
Rummell says parishioners of 
the St. Cecilia Catholic Mis 
sion at Jesuit Bend have in- 
formed a Negro priest “in un- 


is not to celebrate holy mass 
in that mission chapel. 

As a result, the Archbishop 
said, he has suspended services 
at the St. Cecilia Mission and 
\reduced services at Our Lady 
of Perpetual Help Church at 
Belle Chasse and at St. Joseph 
Mission at Myrtle Grove. All 
three churches are across the 
Mississippi River, near New 
Orleans. 

In a letter to members of the 
church and missions, Arch- 
bishop Rummell called the in- 


the obligation of reverence and 
devotion which Catholics owe 
to every priest of God, regard- 
less of race, color or nation- 
ality.” 

The letter said the Negro 
Oct. 2 

“He was approached by sev- 
eral members of the congrega- 
tion and informed politely but 
in unmistakable language that 
he was not to celebrate holy 
mass in that mission chapel. 

“The only reason alleged for 
the unwarranted interference 
with the discharge of his duty 


Release of Gls 
Held in France 
Being Sought | 


N. ¥. Dally News Service 
HEIDEL BERG, Germany, 
Oct. 14—The United States! 


Army has made inquiries about | 


Mrs. Werner Talks > ing , 
two Gls long imprisoned in a 
'French jail and expects to get 


On Zoning Plans | ony 
them released within a couple 


Mrs. Stella Werner, of the o¢ months, it was learned today. 
Montgomery County Council,, The two. Pvts Richard T. 
last night provided members yeofe, 27, formerly of East! 
of the Edgemoor Citizens AS-\ Hiverdale Md. and Anthony | 


. 5) | 
Till’s Father | 
Linked to °45 
anked [0 “40. 
JACKSON, Miss., Oct. 14 # 
The Jackson Daily News said 
that Louis Till, father of a Ne- 
gro boy slain in Mississippi, | 
rape in Italy during World 
War Il. 
in Washington showed: Associated Press 
“Pvt. Louis Till of 177th Port | FATHER LEWIS 
July 2, 1945, for murder and 
rape at age 24.” 
Till’s widow, William Henry Buffalo U. 
Huff, said the information “may 
be true, but it has no bearing Head Offered 
Huff, also an attorney for the 
National Association for the 
People, referred to the kidnap-| = a, press Bervice 
slaying of 14-year-old Emmett’ CLEVELAND, Oct. 14—Clif- 
visit to Mississippi. the University of Buffalo, said 
wo white men—Roy Bryant, here tonight he had been of- 
W. Milam, 36, both of Money, retary of Defense for Research | 
Miss.—were acquitted of a and Development. He said he 
They were free on bond on & by Defense Secretary Charles 
charge of kidnaping E. Wilson. 
Mamie Bradley, said in Chic® of directors of the university tog 
go she “received a telegram decide whether I take the! 
ing me of my husband’s death matter of my taking a leave 
July 2, 1945, and saying that a from the Fy Me 
“I received the letter and it A. Quarles, who was promoted 
said that cause of death was from the reseaich post to Air 
Mrs. Bradley said she never F Talbott resignec recently. | 
learned any other details of her In Washington, Pentagon 
married ; is being eleared in the White 
I have heard rumors,” Mrs. tioyre with New York State 
to find out what actually hap- fence Department. 
pened. I wrote to the command- It was also said that Furnas 
and to (the late) President by research scientists connected 
Roosevelt, but received no sat- with the Pentagon's $2-billion- 
In Washington, the Army | gram. 
said in response to questions, Furnas has been chancellor of 
Louis Till was executed during year. For nine years previously 
World War II. The records do he was director of the Cornell 
father of the boy slain in Buffalo and formerly was di- 
Mississippi. rector ¢° reses~ch at the Curtis- 
show thet Levis Till wes in- 
ducted into the Army at the 
Argo, lll, and listing his next 
of kin as Lee Green, of Argo. 
vate of tre 177th Port Company, 
was executed in Italy July 2, 
rape. Army officials said no 
further information was avail- 


Army Crime 
my rime 
ih a copyrighted story today 
was hanged for murder and 
The newspaper said records. 
Company was executed in Italy| .. . denied pulpit 
In Chicago, an attorney for 
upon the case pending.” 
Advancement of Colored Defense Post 
Louis Till of Chicago during a ford C. Furnas, Chancellor of 
24, and his half brother, John fered the post of Assistant Sec- 
charge of murdering the boy. was offered the job a week ago 
Young Till’s mother, Mrs.| “Jt is up to me and the board 
from the War Department tell-| position,” Furnas said. “It's a 
letter would ‘follow. | Furnas would replace Donald 
‘willful misconduct.’ ” Force Secretary when Harold 
husband's death. She later re- eourees said Furnas’ nomination 
Brediey said, “and I have tried Republican leaders and the De- 
ing officer, to the chaplain, has been given strong support 
isfaction.” ja-year weapons research pro-| 
that its records show a Pvt.'the University of Buffalo for a 
not state whether he was the Aeronautical Laboratory in 
The Army said the records Wright Co. of Buffalo. 
age of 20, giving his home as 
The records show Till, as a pri- 
1945, at age 24, for murder and 
able in Washington. 


sociation with an informative , , |by authorities throughout the four named interviewed Hor- 
Scalletti, 25, of Pittsburgh, beat) west since Wednesday night watt. He told Assistant United 
| when he cut up his father with States Attorney Harlan E. Free- 


outline of the problems be- 4) » French taxi driver and 
setting the land use planners hijacked his cab two years ago.| 
in a fast-growing community. Then were sentenced by 
She accompanied her talk in French court to five years in 
the Bethesda Elementary Orjeans Prison for bandittry. 
School auditorium with master, Tie pair were the first Gls 
zoning plan aaps Of the sentenced in France under a 
Bethesda area and a master; NATO treaty giving local au- 
highway plan, with the aid of ¢horities jurisdiction over) 
which she answered a serieS| American soldiers. Their case | 
of questions from the floor. ‘hecame celebrated when| 
| Keefe’s wife, Gladys, win hare | 
. wy > of two, went unsuccessfully all | 
Seminary Linen Shower tae aw th the daieeene-Ctaa 
A linen shower for the Holy in an effort to free him. | 
Family Seminary, Colesville} An Army source said the pair | 


Pike and Glenmount rd., Silver|are believed eligible now for) suddenly broke his silence and) ” Judge Bryan agreed that oral 


Spring, will be held Sunday | parole, and the Army is asking. 
from 3 to 6 p. m. at the sem- what is being done about it. He 
inary by the Good Samaritan|said the inquiries are “not ex- 
Society. Persons attending are | actly negotiations, but their re- 
asked to bring household neces-| lease is expected at least with- 
sities for the seminary. lin a couple of months.” 


was the fact that he is a mem- 
ber of the Negro race,” the Iet- 
ter said. 


mistakable language” that he). 


cident “clearly a violation of; 


priest arrived at Jesuit Bend) 


Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holt (foreground) of 
Creswell, Ore., each hold a Korean found- 
ling after 12 Korean-American children ar- 
rived yesterday in Portland from Seoul. 


The Negro priest, the Rev. 
Gerald Lewis, today told of the 
incident: 

“They met me in front of the 
church and said, ‘Father, we 
know you came to preach the 
word of God but we can't af- 
ford to have a colored priest 
preach to our congregation. We. 
represent the delegation from 
the people.’ 

“Then they said they would 
see the Archbishop and they 
would stay at the church and 
tell the people there would be 
no mass that morning.” 

The priest lives and teaches. 
at the St. Augustine's Semi- 
narv at Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

The letter said one group of 


to the Negro priest over the in- 


cident. 


Under the circumstances and 
because of the shortage of 
priests, the Archbishop's letter 

id: 


“We hereby declare religious 
services suspended in the mis- 
sion chapel of St. Cecilia at 
Jesuit Bend, and likewise the 
services at Belle Chasse and) 
Myrtle Grove reduced to one| 
mass until the members of) 
those communities exvress| 
their willineness to accept for 
service in these curches what- 
ever priest or rriests we find 
it possible to send them.” 


Ex-Convict 
Denies Killing 
Stepmother 


RENO, Nev., Oct. 14 —A 
former convict who tried to 
kill his father was captured to- 
day and related that his at- 
tractive 34-year-old stepmother 
was dead, but denied that he 
killed her. | 

Ralph Reno had been sought 


a butcher knife and left the/man he would have to produce 
elder man for dead in his Los | Horwatt’s FBI file to prove 


Angeles home. 

Los Angeles police said they 
were “convinced” Reno had 
also murdered his comely step-| 
mother, Mrs. Stella Reno, who! 
disappeared the same. night. | 

Reno Det. Capt. William 
Brodhead said the suspect’ 
maintained a tough “con-wise” | 
silence during intensive ques- 
tioning about the missing) 
woman. 

Late today, however, Reno 


“a -~ to talk. 
rodhead said Reno told him) 
the body was “out in the open 
—not buried” and said he “can’t 
describe the location, but could 
take officers to it.” 


-_ 


Postlude 


Leontyne Price’s Son 


By Paul Hume | take - oe, languages a 
Leontyne Price has a voice are—Miss Price was command- 
that mo right out into the|ing in her opening Handel aria 
audience and makes you giad from “Radamisto,” and sup- 
ou are there to hear it. fs 
auty is many-hued, and never|“Piangero,” from the greatest 
long the same. Its use is that Handel opera of all, “Julius 
of an artist in song who is Caesar. 
blessedly young and thus may Between the two Handel 
be expected to be with us many arias we were given a brillignt 
years to make us glad with her coloratura display from an un- 
singing. ‘known opera of Cluck, -in 
The remarkabiy gifted Amer- which the 
fean soprano sang last night! prano sou 
for an audience that came near deftness. 
filling the Metropolitan A.M.E.| Three of Josef Marx's best 
Church, Star of opera, concert known songs were sung with a 
and television, as the more communicative quality they 
oe ads run these days,' rarely attain. The three unfa- 
iss Price is first and most) miliar Poulenc songs that fol- 
importantly a star in the rare | lowed. showed how at the 
vocal arts. composer is, and with what 
Wers was a program high in+subtle perfection Miss Price 
musical values and at the same understands his idiom. Her 
time eminen a singer's re-' diction is at all times a delight, 
- eital where voice had a not merely because it is clear, 
hundred chances to show its but because it is constantly 
‘phenomenally easy control in underlining the essence of the 
every range, its dramatic po- 
tentialities 


ed with unusual 


g Recital © 
Is Best Heard Here This Year 


Right through the top C sharp 
she sang with an Italianate pas- 


Its' pliant in the great lines oi i 


f corpge of the so-| 


texts. 
“Manon” Gavotte was ex-/ 
cians ‘ and 's 


! 


sion that was repeated even 
'more powerfully in the “Tosca” | 

Five 
Songs 


her penetrating insight into the 
old lines and new music. As in 
them all, her treatment of The 
Monk and His Cat is high art. 
Only in the final group of spir- 
ituals d:d the program fail us. 
Inappropriately done wu “8 

nds 


what 

‘recital 

‘year. . ; ; 

. Leontyne is a distin- 
artist in 


of the unique Hermit! 
by Samuel Barber are 
‘the property of this singer in| 


Reds Named ‘Stork’ Plane Brings 
12 Korean F oundlings 


By Horwatt, 
Court Told 


PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 14 


, (INS)}—Twelve little foundlings 
By Ralph Reikowsky from Korea—eight ‘of them| 


Stef Reporter adopted by Harry Holt, Cres-| 
FBI agents testified in Alex- well, Ore., farmer — arrived! 
andria Federal Court yesterday | safely with Holt in the United 
that Saul B. Horwatt did reveal 5t#tes from the Far East in a 
Pan American Stratocruiser to- 

to them the names of persons day. 
he knew as Communists. The -“stork plane” landed at 
Thursday, Horwatt in a pas- Portiand’s airport nearly seven 


Catholics at Myrtle Grove had sionate outburst from the stand "°Urs late due to technical dif- 
expressed sympathy and regret .siq he “would rather commit 


ficulties. 

A big crowd, including anx- 
suicide than become a liar and jous new relatives of the chil- 
an informant for the FBI.” and dren, reporters, radio, televi- 
refused to name any former sion and cameramen, eagerly 

' waited to catch a glimpse of 
associates in the party. the widely publicized waifs as 
Agents Frederick H. Freund they arrived in the land of| 


Jr. and Elmer W. Rawls Jr. tes-| their adoption—7000 miles out | 
tified they interviewed Horwatt | °f Seoul, Korea. | 
in 1941 and they denied Hor-| After initial greetings by the 

y Holts, they and other new par- 
watt’s statement that he had 


ents were grouped in the air- 
been asked to rejoin the Com-!' port waiting-room holding their 
munist Party as an FBI agent. children. 7 ’ 

They also said they had lolt, who easily qualifies as 
given Horwatt no promise of the No. 1 mass-acoption father 
immunity from prosecution if im the United States, was glad 
he named former Communists. t° turn eight of the 12 tots over 
Freund said Horwatt had sworn ‘t° his wife and thenr own six 
that one man he knew was a 
Communist. 

Agents C. Edwin Glass and 
Winfred H. Anders said they 
questioned Horwatt in 1952 and 
again in 1953 at Horwatt’s re- 
quest. They also denied Hor- 
watt’s charges and said Hor- 
watt named to them a number 
of former Communists. 


Peiping Says 


Dulles Hurts 


The Holts have adopted & of them. Sen. 
Richard Neuberger (D-Ore.), who sponsored 
legislation making adoption possible, is in 
center (with glasses). 


Geneva Spirit 


TOKYO, Oct. 14 (—Red 
China today accused VU, S. Sec- 
retary of State John Foster 
Dulles of “undermining the 
cordial international atmos- 
phere created by the Geneva 
summit conference” as it an- 
swered Dulles’ speech of Mon- 
day before the American Le- 
gion in Miami, Fia. 

Peiping Radio, quoting an 
editorial from the official 
newspaper People’s Daily, said 
Dulles “wants to prepare the 
way to obstruct and sabotage | 
the four-power Foreign Minis-| 
ters’ conference” beginning Oct. 


Horwatt, back on the stand, 
charged that it was Glass who 
promised him immunity from 
prosecution if he became an in. 
formant. 

Judge Albert V. Bryan would 
not accept Glass’ testimony that 
no other FBI agents than the 


that. 

The agent’s testimony came 
at the close of the eight-day 
denaturalization trial against 
Horwatt. 

Horwatt, 48, an electrical 
contractor of 5801 Virginia ave.., 
Falls Church, is accused of 
having been a member of the 
Communist Party when he ap- 
plied for citizenship in 1930 and Red China but the United 
when he became a citizen Nov. States which is using force for 

931 its goals. 

Peiping repeated its charge 
that the United States seized 
Formosa, stronghold of Na- 
tionalist China, by force. 

The editorial patted Russia on 
the back for “great contribu- 
tion to easing the international 
situation.” It said the United 
States has failed to take any 
steps “which really conformed 
to the Geneva spirit.” 


The broadcast accused Dulles | 
of insincerity in urging renun- 
ciation of force, saying it is not’ 


arguments by Freeman and 
Horwatt’s attorney, Joseph A. 
Fanejli, would be postponed un- 
til after each had filed written 
briefs on the case. 


New-Housing 
Drop Listed 
In September 


Formosa Question 


Raised at Geneva 


GENEVA, Oct. 14 %—Com-' 
munist China was reported to 
The Bureau of Labor Statis-' have raised the question of For- 
tics reported yesterday a “more mosa’s future today for the 
than seasonal” drop in the first time in the drawn-out Si- 
number of new homes started no-American talks here. 
in September. | Chinese Envoy Wang Ping- 

Its report underlined concern nan, a Chinese source reported, 
in the housing industry, which asked for a reply on the Com-| 
has been prodding the Govern- munist demand to raise the 
ment to loosen its rein on hous- talks to Foreign Ministers level 
ing credit. 'to deal with it. 

“The 8 per cent decrease be- “The scope Of the talks (on 
tween August and September,”; Formosa) are outside the limits 
the Bureau said, “was general of ambassadorial level,” the 
throughout the country. . . . source said. 

The reductions were confined | U. S. Ambassador U. Alexis 
to metropolitan areas, however, Johnson was said to have re-| 
with housing starts continuing; plied that the Chinese should 
at about the August rate in the give some indication of their 
small non-metropolitan places.” | views on the renunciation of the 


financed units started this Sep-' ern issues. 

tember, and the Bureau figured! Johnson and Wang met for 
this as representing a season-.one hour ard 40 minutes in 
ally adjusted annual rate oftheir twenty-first session since 
1,230,000, “next to the lowest Aug. 1. A joint communique 
rate this year.” | said only that they would mee 

At the same time, it said the again next Thursday, . . 

seasonally adjustett rate of new | 
starts averaged 1,330,000 for the 


first nine month of 1955, com. 2@le Alumnus Honored 


A. Coster Schermerhorn of 
3229 R 


‘were appointed by Chairman 


There were 111,700 privately use of force to settle Far East-| 


~~ 


children who eagerly looked 
over their new brothers and 


sisters. The remaining four 
youngsters from war-damaged| 
Korea were acquired by three | 
other American families. ' 

All af the dozen children are | 
foundlings born to Korean’ 
women and American soldiers. | 


Senate’s New 
Disarmament 


Unit Named 


International News Service 
The Senate's Disarmament 
Committee was named yester- 
day and was pledged at once 
to place national security ahead 
of arms regulation. 


Chairman Hubert Humphrey 
(D-Minn.) announced comple- 
tion of appointments to the 12-| 
man Senate special subcommit- 
tee—a “blue ribbon” group of 
top-ranking Senators. 

Equally divided between 
Democrats and Republicans, 
the subcommittee includes: 

From the Foreign Relations 
Committee—Sens. John J. 
Sparkman (D-Ala.); Alben W. 
Barkley (D-Ky.); Alexander 
Wiley (R-Wis.); Bourke Hicken- 
looper (R-lowa); Senate GOP 
Leader William F. Knowland 
(Calif.), and Humphrey. These 


| 


Walter F. George (D-Ga.). 
From the Armed Services 
Committee — Sens. Harry F. 
Byrd (D-Va.); Stuart Syming- 
ton (D-Mo.); Styles Bridges 
(R-N. H.), and Leverett Salton- 
stall (R-Mass.), all named by! 
Vice President Nixon. | 
From the Joint Atomic Com-' 
mittee—Sens. John O. Pastore 
(D-R.1.), and John W. Bricker) 
(R-Ohio), both also appointed 
by Nixon. | 
Humphrey ‘said: | 
“I want to emphasize that 
the paramount interest of this 
subcommittee is in the national 
security. Any proposals for the 
regulation of armaments must 
be measured against the yard-' 
stick of national security.” 


LEGAL NOTICES 4 


Union frost Baildine 


NITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 
for the District a, 
pemns Probate Court tate of 
Vick Stamelos eceased. No. - 
. Administration docket 1865 
Application having been 
her for probate of the last will 
and stement of said 


osep 
. 1955, that loanne K. Stama- 
telopoles. Anna 

non-residents and the wn 


. A wD 1955. AT 10 

> 4 i. to show catise 

ag We gee My A 
r 

ubfished in fe Weretis Law 

Reporter Ww to 


Deputy ister of Wills for the 
District ae lumbis. Clerk of the 
Probate Court. _ 

A N SALES 5 


thes. J. Owen Sen, Auctioneers 
lili & Street NW. 


a ae TY 
WwW BR 


MENT 
NOW 
rt i B 125 Si 


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will be i 
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at. M.. > 
FP publicly 
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consist. a ’ oe 
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tainabie from d pervisor. 
d Section. u 


Lo Cre Om 


A. A. PIPELINE Be a ong 
sculpme erwete ai feat best 
ment: econ 

Sihour service. BT vee 
ADDITIONS—<Attic rms... 

porenes rec, rms.: free est.; 

urn., PHA fAnancine. 9 a.m.-9 

alterati 
rec rms 


— mer 
Ar. and Falls oe | 
age delivery service light 
Si | service now oceet. eacon- 


concrete work— 


orctes wa etc t 

+f. too lares. nd 2-Sabe 3 

cy — lasterina. baper- 
. painting. pener ; remeusiins 


_ N = Walk ° 
steps. drives. patio. walls: all nork 
war: free eatima tes MARI 
Patios, walls steps. ete.: free est. 

i Jer 4736. 
cleaned, waxed, room: 
painting. $20 room: walls. windows 
s , - " 
A . 
job too small or 


Y, ma wo . 

teed. ._ pri ‘ 
Hila it dass Ba 
missles Waster 
and exter. Free esti- 


inting: 


tors. inter. 
ret-class 
aa up th 
wk. only with 1 sunfast. wash- 
ble r. JU. §-1600. RA. 3- , 
; Re niing and gener- 
al_ repairs Call after 5 


: 4 i> an repairing al! 
kinds repairs. PRATT & CoO.. Ki 
9-5809. Cs SEE A ay 

PLASTERING. patch ¥ Ite Pech 
eas. mpt seryce. VU. S-Vio8. 
PLAcTPRiNe nd dry wall, patch- 

ing and r rs P 


ebb ede mat 
irs of all kinds LA. 
Pe) OG an =f sut- 
rs §6and downspouts replaced. 


TROUBLE? 


gut 
ired and Rock -Lee 
Roofers. JA , a 
TREE & YARD service. fireplace 
| sawed CEdar 3-6281 or 


JU. 5-9520 ' ctmmnaiat 
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 


completely papered 


: replaced 
5-4304 


_ b ae e 

oor sanding. tile laying. rec 

interior decoration. ete ; 

and weekend work if desi 

| class alty 
,» 5-2060 


lish racer. cure: vic. 
ae movie: REW . UN, 


\XPRS—Wale and female Fawn. 
hest and feet. 


white blaze c 


. Last seen in West Hyattsville, Oct. 


13. UN. 4-9048. 
PRIEF CASE—Frown leather. vic. 
6th st. Reward JA 8-1246 after 6 
black & white 
answers to 
reward. JA. 
. male, black and White; 
Univ. Ter Reward. 40. 
HR SPANIEL— Wale black. 
blind in ene eye: vic. N. Arlington; 
reward. 8-4 


d tags 
Cracker: Vic. N. AIL; 


col 


vic 


dy's: 

Georgetown Postoffice 
at hw. Thursday: reward. 
Monday vic. University Park. C 
WA. 7- 7 

sterling 
ease. Sapphire c 
case; Sat... Dis 
—am.. blue. Vic. of 8th 
end Buchanan. If seen call OV. 


at green and yellow. vic. 


ver cigare 
lasp in pti suede 
mond b. 


ral reward. KE. 


1 
Bint haere LOD 
-—— x . 
Male. Forestville Md. Owner or 
_— . sable: ¥ 
King 75 owner or good Virginia 


PERSONALS 1 
ANY = Not As A Stranger 
at Avaion Theatre Saturtes night 
October 8. «all ST. 3-5764 week- 


_ 


Avallable. excellent loca 


—Frequent 
nis por 
tographs a sittings e- 


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ON. ighwsds © died 
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on August 10 1908. Will any per- 
sons having helpful information 
a 


or claiming 

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Btaniey Adame Printing Co. S08 
th st Bw. in “1434.” Eve- 
MOTOR TRAVEL 

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Lt 4 ¥9. 

DIO announcin, 
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“TV-RADIC 
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HELP sale 1s 
Ges fie rte ctr 


ACCOUNTANT 
Junior or Semi-Senior 


Por CPA firm: unusual 
ty: ry ensurate 


ADJUSTOR 


' Younes man for large investment 


co. Co background or - 
an "fernuhea Se, 1 
ce u ; os 
ad insurance bene “yg Call i 


AIn DUCT installation mechanics. 
itn. “ine. tude r= 


Arlington, between 7 an 
nad 4p m@ 


tects, . Box 

i; ¢ Colonial 53-6952, An- 

papolis., Md. 
agerstaNe JANITOR— Married. 

children La “SR? 

ine N. OW. arters and salary: 

must have local a Phone for 


Y AN © ho int: 
Fo ‘kor cor is. ear asit 
A 

UTO BO AN ~ 


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op 7 compen 
Dply adr Divers. 802 
ax t.. dria. 


work. nice 
petgeee- 
Ye Bib 


Se Sttede a 
. 7 * 
: only producer need ap- 
ly; commission plus good 

. v tion, 


lent proposition 
body man: must 
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Auto Damage 
Appraiser 


Fully experienced to work in 
shop and outside. Our present 
insurance affiliations offer ex- 
cellent opportunity for right 
man; salary and commission 
open; transportation furnished; 
hospitalization, paid vacation 
and other company benefits. 
See Mr. John Divers, 


Old Dominion Motors Inc. 


Sales Hudson Service 
Body Repair Division 
Fairfax and Madison Sts 
Alexandria, Va. 


AUTO LUBRICATION MAN—Good 
salary 5-day week; permanent po- 
s on: 


clean uniforms supplied 
WILSON PONTIAC, Inc. 
7925 Genera Se gree Spring 
AUTG BODY MAN—ist cass. with 
pecereness Apply Liberty Auto 
and fender men. Ap- 
Bh , — MOTOR 0., 328 

AUTO MECHANICS 


with wr | experience: fo 
one of Washington's 


-da 
ust be sober and 

able to furnish reférences. Apvily 

in person to 

R JACK BRARBER SER. MG 


R 
rerson & Orme (Buick) 
17th and M Sts Nw 


AUTO MECHANIC 


tor salary, excellent 
ons. many com- 

. steady employment 
e Mr. } 


ed 
ay 
Motor 
lex. Va 


AUTO SALESMEN 


emple 


week. See Noga 
Co, 1914 Diagonal 
Re. A _ Ri. 8-4800. 


We are enlarging our sales force 
end are in need of § additional 
nmew-car salesmen to complete our 
organization. We want men with 
personal qualifications and 
only men with previous loca! sute- 
mobile sales experience need ap- 
ply These positions are f 
permanent nature with extremely 
good pay plan. We have our new 
1956 model in stock. Apply 


MAYFLOWER MOTORS 
1125 15th St NW 
SEE J T. HOLLOWAY 


AUTO SALESMAN—To cell new “M 
Fords and used cars. High rate 
li sales force. 


onstrator faply ’ 
Erwin Ford Co., Lee bwy.. 
Pairfax ves adem 
ACTo sSALESMEN—Por 
with fast-erowing 
outh -dealershio 
Appiy to Mr, Dowell. R 
otor Co. 624 Bo Wash. « 
rch. Vs 


AUTO SALESMAN 


Used cars: 


We have an opening for en ex- 
perience new-car salesman. Ap- 
Diy Mr. Car 


Stohiman Chevrolet, Inc. 
33rd and M Sts. NW. _AD, 2-1646 


AUTO SALESMAN 


Are you making enou 


ansportation 


COAST-IN-PONTIAC 
LI, 6-7200 


407 Pia Ave. NE. 


— > —- 


AUTO 
SALESMEN 


preferred. 
combination new 


Will consider combn 
and used. 
FRANCIS & PARSONS 


Your 6 Dodge-Plymouth 
AUTO AN 
New and used. To round out emall 
. Excellent 


ay plan. 
oor time every day. Raid vaca- 
tion and other benefits. o Bundey 


AUTO TRUCK 
MECHANIC 


40-HOUR WEEK 


ECHANIC — With 


APPLY IN PERSON 


REEVES 
1209 FST. NW. 


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ys—Young Men 
e j4 w inary 


Bape stae 


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FURNITURE 
SALESMEN 


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some 4 5-day week: 


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| 180% Rockville Pike, Rockville, Ma 


in GROCERY 
a 


; 
office, 
7 


id veration ex 
or edvancement. N 


For Appointment and Interview | 


WILLARD HOTEL 


A. 8-440 
MR. CHARLES S$. MacDONALD | MACHINE 
ae 4 
app tien in 
plant. 
fox -104 Pos 


Executive Asst. Mor. 
rience and brie 


store. 5 “Belting - pationals 
anaes cual 


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ly for interview 15) 
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or 


and 
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Also part-time Exper: - 

enced delicatessen man 

for kosher supermarket. 
Apply in person 


_ 6235 Ga. Ave. NW. 


DESIGN 
ELECTRONIC 
RESEARCH 
ENGINEERS 


CONVAIR 


A DIVISION OF 
GENERAL DYNAMICS 
CORPORATION 


IN SAN DIEGO, 
CALIFORNIA 


FOR AILS OF 
IN WASHINGTON 


° an 
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will definitely ‘on 


edu - are and ah “company 


benefit 
MANAGER 
TRAINEE 


im rapidly expanding 
panes ~ yng Ages 


Good 
Sheatias” lary Bt Rt car “alowance ce 


Apply Sag7 
Moxcrar 


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a * 


TO SUR n pishis LAY 
DVERT 


insurance benefits 
r and reliable 


EN TAL 
Dept.. exp. Johnson- Mi lier 
Laborato: y. 1813 K at 


CLERK—Between 30 and 45 
yrs old Must be neat appearing. 
sober. reliable and good at figures. 
: eecal reference required 6-day 

wr. a 


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position for right pe 


"Dental A 

ax PART-TIME 
We need several men 
ployed im other fields = have 
some shoe-selling experience ~ 
nae ge A oremaes and Bat 
Good pe 


ANSONIA 
Lie _F St. NW. 


mo i 
pe ..| MEN WITH GOOD CARS 
$75 TO START 
GOOD OPPORTUNITY 
SEE MR. MOORE 
610 9TH ST. NW. 


New opening in Baltimore area for 
eapabie, experienced men. These 
are real opportr unities for right 
applicants apply 
unless you have actualy ~B..| 
first-class restaurant or have hb 
other similar experience In foo 
Write Bo 


A nus 
geortunit y for right perme age 
d ust be able me > ate 

perience, present salary and ref- ans OF Getalle . 


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CHER with ability to ad-| salar r allowance. 

vance a A es * position Wash. 

D. Cc. ce 


aM: 404.3 i cit wil be © the rou shi hec ox: on 

ality, call BU : 

DRAFTSMEN _ | Saigo et apie i 
NIGHT MAN 


With elect it back and mechani- 
Colored. for apt. bidg. in Chevy 
Ch dD. Cc 


ground; 
ase. must be familiar 


ac 
any Wenefits and 
Soperdan ty "Ter advancement. 
with stoker operation and ha 
eleva ° ors permit: 


INTERNATI L mectRonices 
RING COMPAN ‘ 
, 7 references ty ~~ 


NGOIN 
19/6 ? a . Munsev Bide. “ 
m. 
salary. $150 mo. Call res. mer. 


o perienced 
on Harris or Henle sin fe oF two- 
eoner presees. * — © = =| 


DRIVER FOR 
DRY CLEANERS 


tore to plant delivery only. 


onditions 


ly @ sober. honest, depend- ar athe ae I. ra 
¢ man need apply. Excellent ‘Perles The ~ st -~ %y 
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~ ENGINEERS | 


PLEASE SEE OUR DISPLAY 
AD ON SPORTS PAGE 
FOR DETAILS 


WASHINGTON 
INTERVIEWS 


AT THE WILLARD HOTEL 


SPERRY 


GYROSCOPE CO. 
Division of Sperry Rand Corp. 
Great Neck, L. 1, N. Y. 


Ga 


ENGINEERS— 
RESEARCH 


PHA I 
REPRESENTATIVE 


Ethical company has open 
ashington ; 


osher foods l 
ae ofbers’ s Delicatessen, 7822 


asso MANAGER 
operation. - Must ant 


shor 
Til tony BW 
SHOE SAL 


«5. 


Sore one 


“ per 
equ a ane and in 'p good ériving 


: | ir 


». ready 4 
work Ar 
ircate “utomobli > ave. ne, Phone 
tree life ‘ipsurauce and ee ed of 


mara teens 
i 
i fie: ak Roms 


i Wicd aes, 


SALESMAN 
DISTRI BUTOR 


I want to meet with 
or Se at 


ie 
and district 
Youre rs 3 ia 
SALESMEN 


(TRAINEE) 
musiness systems and 
cellent 


_ 


c., "Yo-12 ns x 49 _ 


neureance, ona! 


3| Bor anent career in sales work 
Am aa a leadin 
nt 


ng 
as 
Tepresentative salary 


employe benefits e 2) 
g00c — igence, aracter 


“The ‘ ‘Shaw Walker Co. 


605 13TH ST. NW. 


- 


se 
” ¢ ace 
posse (Sf fe se)) 


‘ate at 


— 30 minutes on 6 pn PP 
interview. Call Mr. Crowell, 


and 
one id tl like y 
career, 


ives; good 
' excellent oppor. 
vance: for top-notch 


or clerk exper)- 
Apoly in 


BY 
nvicx Htation y attendant: ex- 
Call 80. 5- 


CONNOR'S, inc. 


sir ducts: must 


have ° warm 
"SY phos. 
and vicinity. 


installa- 
good pay 


a oy 


ghee! layout 
( 

ence vith eabenios — seoting. 

Apply 

llli4 G 


in 
N. 
dimes 


rienc 
family. i 
ton. Ve 


1 
A. 


STEADY AND EXTRAS 


We can use several men a some 
shoe selling experience. earn- 


Rh NW.. 35° ox- 
Bie Mount Excavation 


cK 5-day 

week Excellent opportunity for 

advancement. American 
Association. 


Hock eter — 


teks nore 
eee me oe Marry, Tie. y be fy. 


ek 


man. FELEVISIO class. ta. MAN “Bee TV. 


iy Ma 


HELP, MEN 


-| ARTHUR MURRAY 
TEACHERS’ TRAINIFG COURSE 


Training 
ings. 


cones vee creat tn vepsie 


Heations, over 


EXPERIENCED 
RETAIL SALESMAN 


One bondable man wanted for im- 
portant selling position new open 
with a large national organization 


The man we are looking for must 
be 35 years or older, with 6 to 10 


Earnings are unlimited. Guaran- 
teed monthiy income oSlus addi- 
tional earned bonus. paid monthly. 
Unusual opportunity for persons) 
and financial srowth. 


The eompany also makes these 
benefite available: Life insurance 
proerem. hospitalisetion. profit 
ae end retirement itmecome 
und. 


All applicants will be contacted for 
interview within ten days. Letter 
to Box 636. Post-TH. Must state 
eee, cualifications and detailed 
outline of wast sales experience. 


YOUNG MEN (White) 


One of Washington's largest 
office supply and equipment 
companies has openings for 
young men; high school or 
college graduates interested in 
& permanent position with a) 
future. Ample opportunity tor | 
advancement in several 
partments for serious minded 
men with initiative and ambi- 
tion. Call NA. 8-4181, Mr. 
L. J. MILLIKEN for appoint- 
ment. 


Charles G. Stott & Co. 
1310 N. Y. AVE. NW, 


our : 
-a, workers, servicemen 


(white). 


aver- 
on plus. bonus, 


intervies » Mon. 
a New York 


COLORED SALESMEN 


wenls | ee we t© earn up te 6160 
week? Are 


= rou tate os = a ne ALY + ge ve 


= She AK ROGERTE 


3708 Georgia Ave. N.W. 


HELP, WOMEN 16 


Administrative Asst. 
Permanent position with large na- 
tional firm; 


stylist; 
Excenent 
a 


nae a 


, heavy qut , 20-ton and trac 
epever: mo exps. 


rea SSRN. SERVICE 


= TRUCK “DRIVERS 


experienced on heavy 
per ° to 


[ECHANI ic 


Apply 
ye e Bui 


record 


sue 


ied werk 


ae fe. a sare many co. Credit. 
Prcosbine varvan 
und | Gistriguter repair oD; ue 

ite. | river re 4-4 Sa rome 
tew Bat "Sey. 


or come In 
8 ig 


PART TIME 
13-15" = 


| nye 


Nation 


represen seat a aa 
c : 


Prd 


Permanent Position 


5-Day Week 
WM. HAHN & CO. 
xD 


bdee week. 


WM. HAHN & CO. 


14th and G ow 
CHARGE AUTHOE HORIZER 


5-Day Week 
Permanent Position 


WM. HAHN & CO. 


Th end K Gu. WW. 


annon & Luchs Co. 
124 14th St. ww. 


de-|~ 


620 Woodward 
ists. ae 


; 


c ‘NA. 68-4420 
MR. CHARLES 5S. MacDONALD 
Executive Asst. Mor. 
For Appointment and Interview 


amare HOTEL 


iiSeeesce re fe 


Sere 
$50 


rae ae 


Interesting and varied work b+ 


age and 
expected, marked attention 


Don A. ° 
views granted without prior writ. 


CLERK-TYPIST 
By estat ice Ststo8 


CLERK-TYPIST 


rienced) ; 
ai firm: 


starting sadary Miss | 
_Adams, JA 5- 4608. for pa 


CLERK-TYPIST 
Interesting opening +l typist 
insurance ouppeny @ 18-38 e 
day week: 
and other ehglares penefits: 


chance for Ce = + ae 
ra Building. 1 


bookkeeping back 


g00d 
Penns | 
th and 


COMPTOMETER 
OPERATORS 


SA M. TO 490 P. M. 


M 
the be able “Seete ben 3 


sour | SHANNON & LUCHS CO. 


TEACHERS —Whille Use ADAMS 


SECRETARY TO 
REGIONAL MANAGER 


hon 
folder. Boe corre te 


f 
ear mak nt 


ay ll ave. 


Eon 


ashington, D. C 
Uv — within 6 months At 
“2 citizen. Reply Box 


G aM -born lady with exp 
— Centres, dav or part- 


wy attorney unger 35: 
ublic See Miss Fe i 


‘'S COR. 12th & G 


portun i asa national A is ‘ 
pon. Pies working 3€ conditions. TU; 
site — 

Assoc L. practic nurse « 


Apply re Many emp Aut 

A clomobite 
experience. sengnte and verevenees: 
desires job. i all Saturday, 


an A200 PER YEAR 


for 
i RF er rt- 
ered Sagar cea 


opportunit 
ST. 3-5683 


Ask for Mr. Manshan. or visit 
WRITING SECRETARIAL 
. bat 1406 G at. NW. 10 Ane 


b~—* ‘es 
= —Master bedrm.. 


a or *f emp! 


atk 
OV. 3-2148. eves. or 


14) 
—s 
terial service. 485-unit apt 
. nw Hou 
fret. rm.. 
business 


attrac furn.; 
lad or ao 


lp. m. for appoint- A 
mier 


one icitors 


ims futh-time 


seae + th y ability and 
rite, giving f informa 


BOX 789, POST.TH 


ci espertunits a wiih 
roh ¢x- 

' 5. week 
utomobile As- 
i7i2 @ et. 


. SECY. to do 
. Write 


pox, UE rent TL 
puimber gonna 
rating assis 
isor. 
N 


Abely between 11 
ter Ww 


an 
igh 
| feign ees 
* ply in person. Old Beein r 


Db 
line in Md. 
_Post-TH. 


and to learn 
keeping ma- 


Benerel of office work 
Rand 


oune operation. tthe a gS 
Pi L 


Knowledge of contracts. tities at 
ful, but not essential: 


ave. vatteville. Ma. | 


A 
- experienced. 
AURANT, vob 


WwW, 
— Excelent p 
available. Must be 


} SITs) 


experien 
end <4 


- fire 
= 03 eet opt “is ¥. "Aon co. 


rienced. atiractive. 


Apply 


ng crows | at RHDALL 
Eheetral fon 


nee recr. hall 


tit 


rience 
15 Wiscon 


A -? 
dining room, Apply” soem. @hate sun porch. 


iso ‘se! 


attrac. furn eal. rm.. 

prt. ecrn’ with Small pvt. 
de oe “family excep reas. rental. 
RA. 3-74% 


new! tP . . : m8 

: ete aatitks 
ny th. 870 ’ 

ower, pho 


ne in reom 
yo 1770 «Church 


Apply Box M-102, ; 


wres. game Sood wilh, 
Firs. Sa ate Siva. Ari 


RESIDENT MANAGER 


. contain- 


den apt. pro 


Apply 
_ Charles G. Stott & Co. | 


JOB, 


—FREQUENT RAISES 


ADV. 


* 


725 1 


GIRLS 


BEFORE YOU TAKE ANY 

INVESTIGATE 

TELEPHONE 
WORK 


*|__GOOD PAY, RIGHT.FROM THE. START 


|—FRIENDLY PEOPLE TO WORK WITH, FOLKS 
‘| YOU'LL ENJOY KNOWING 
—CLEAN. COMFORTABLE SURROUNDINGS 
|—VACATION WITH PAY 
—PLENTY OF OPPORTUNITIES FOR 
ANCEMENT 


A Telephone Job 

Is an 
Important Job 

APPLY EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


) STREET N.W. 


PRIDAY, 8:30 AM. TO 6:00 PM. 


YOUNG LADY 


Age 18 to 30. White, high) 
school graduate. Type 45 to 
50 w.p.m., for general office 
work. Permanent position. 
immediate opening, 5-day) 


week, 
Mrs. Shelton 


1310 N. Y. Ave. NW. 


the ‘30. rmanent. 


SE i 


gg : 
room with & larse - 


-| MASS. AVE. NW., 1234—Ciean. ettr. 
k.| MASS. AVE. NW., 16°)—Wice clean 
: joe, S7-$14 


/ NW, furn. 
for young emply. 


1746-—'“The ay ® 


suitable 
or student. 
Pr ST. 


498. | Cot. — oe 


bath: — Tmont s 
“COL... 5 i3th vw 

it. privil. Young 
ave. 87.50 
| oN front rm... home privi. 


CoOL. 


§-32 Pe Oe ee a 
eo INN. -MATOMB—Laree <Hiastive| 
rer room: sent an: private 


Bhan kt 


» >. a * 
mi 


SEORGIA 
Ga 


WESLEY HOTEL 
2131 O ST. NW. 


NEAR DUPONT CIRCLE 


Modern, Comfortable 
Living That You Enjoy 


$60 SINGLE PER MONTH 
HO. 2-9100 


[TS = = 
| ael.; _ == een +h +. ao] 
te | Rad ash Bt 

ees 2 is 4 . 
to | Gaza. ‘ 


uden 


“st. nw —§7- 
2-27 i 
$25 ‘mo 


Nice front room for «& 
aoe home priv HO 


1811 Lawrence 
Single room Tet 


eges 
1464 Clifton «st. ne 
single room. home privis.; 


settied 
S. 


Montello ave. he 
rm. with inclesed porch: 
2, @uiet couple: Si2 ws. 


Doub 
+ 


agteliow 
man at conv. 


. aw 
kit. 


twin 


i rt... 


DU. 7-1 ‘ E 2 ibe 
NE ; oe. 
kitchen eins. th 3 "men x 


t lige, frt 
; ; 6420. 


aro h &t. N Purn. rm.. 
i.. bath. all utils. $50. LU | 
RL prt 
Priv BA 
n ea 
ai -O7 
: frt. rm... 


Oge, on 


+) ) a 
. rt. rm. 
1d week. 


i mm 
OL.—5411 Mlinois ine. NW. Doble 
frt. rm. vt rm. Kit. =r 


ae 5 P| 
13th st. WN 


ur st. ow- ice | 


—< . a 
| i. tle fgfpinais 1 
entieman; on car 
"| riyv St A 
sale. i bh $221" 


UNFURN i 26 
COL., NE.—Rm.; refined empl. per- 


transp. 88 each. 
PING 


' "| HID CARE 
. jones 


A 
i loving day care infants 
PTs: Bice MP ery} Se nm, 
ull tim care yrs up 
to 6: 


r vea 
7680 : ae SiMe cpte. Tre 


NE 
ned lady or stu- ft. 


ave. nw. Excel. - 


is: | A 
privis.; | "entrance 


Maks 


» 4 ano “erivate™ phone. 


ae urn . 

A ae mea)s, 

= hon room, tray 

ome < race 

ures: ti ref, 


ov 7“ 


rms: 
meais 


That’s WESLEY HALL’S claim 
based on good food . . . good 
service . . Pleasant rooms 
.. « and lots of entertainment 
and companionship at low 
monthly rates 

WESLEY HOTEL 

1426 21ST ST. NW 

HU. 3-5432 

CLEG 2686 16TH NW —The Anest 
boarding 2. for youne people; 
bus at door HO. 2 


1 


UD. Dp Tee 
e Tne 


= Poster home for Jewish 

mths. Reasonably 
‘ortviiones for par- 
aay  & ~~ peo § 33 


child 

flexible. visiting 

ent 

public wane need ch 
lacement agency pupervigs ung dia. 
ox 403-M. Wash 

HITE children wan ar “oe care: 

in home 8-9760 


—Mother's day 
. L 


Ae closets, oe 


‘ Upshur 
pvt entr 
v 
€ $19 Mass. Ave 
fir. 1 2d f1—furn. of 
rm. sh t mn. & 
| APTS. FURNISHED 


ADA 
from \6nb and Col 

effic. corner wo with at 
$75. gamer 


no 
rae fores: 
dining Ww. 


fir. apt iv. rm 
Mi gardace disposal 
rear poren cit furn.; 
AD eectey 
XANDRIA—2 bedrooms. pvt. 


TV; $105. a +n. 
f clen _ - 

pts.: janitor carvies un- 
Pp ; downtown aenties all 
Us.: $75 to $92.50. TE 6- 


ween 
| Al an Bh ~~? 
rm . bath pvt : entr 


rm., 
mr. 


Us. 


-_ vely 
apt.; om to Pentagon. "4 . r 

‘ min spe 
tiles: immed. oceup ee he 


Columb) ” Pike at Pr 
Beautiful and spacious. 
na rm bina*ic or 
bedrooms, paraue 
piinds. 3 expos": 


hLoors 


venetian 
res. utilities furn, 
._§-3079._ 


07 Ane 


$100 
“utils ‘Cail JA. &-9197 of 


r bedrm.. kit 
on busine 
' childrep 
es ———— @ 
carn. well- furan. 9 a: apt in 
modern oidg.: conv and 
a transp, a. LAY 


iA 


5.) 


| priv, bath, priv. 
G FIELD. Vic. 58 Forrester 


Tt ee 
-radio. TV. 
$633. 
AREA — Medium-sised 
entr., dbdi. a 


“ant 
ine’ poreh. with elec. plate. 


° le student pre- 
—— se —$65 
rms 
oe F 
edulis: 


JOHN F. DONOHOE E SONS 


13 4th St. N_E. #2, $79.50 
Of Bast Capito) St Combination 
bedroom, kitchen 


living room and 
beth. Excellent ition, Maple 
furniture. Air conditioned. Key on 
premises 
314 Independence Ave. SE. 
#1, $80.00 
ores Seas oe 
1313 E. Capitol St. 
#2 FR., $45.00 
1 . kitehen and share bath. 
uth incl. Key in office, 
426 6th St. N.E. 
#203, $82.50 
Livine bedroom. kitchen 
und det 


3204-- ~~ 


room. 
h 


room, 2 bedrooms. 
ar 


203 3rd St. SE. aot Th gy 
rooms, kitchen and 


Bic fall Ras eta Pe 
1642. Monroe St. N.W. 


“st earm. api is. RA Sais 
© ST. NE... 1812-3 at ieee 


Cpemmet, w beaut. furs... fully es= 


| CAPITOL =a. 4 
mo. includune a "%, 
and kitechene 
nished in Rw i 


638 Pa. Ave. SE. 
#3, $70.¢ 00 
room, - -%> and beth. Den. 
bell incl. Key im office. 


900 9th St. $.E. #1, 
Living room, bedroom. 
back porch. semiprivate “. 
sy and gas incl. Bee manager, 
rs 


600 oth St. N.E. #2, $87.50 
nd semiprivete bath. All 
nck. Btove and refris 


N.E. 
—* Fr. $42.50 


‘see semiprivete bath. 
til >? ‘Stone trig. 


and re 
600 9th St. 


762. 20 


Gray. 


6 
wtil. 


600 9th St. 


N.E. 
#3 RR, $42.50 


503 Constitution Ave. N_E. 
#3, $70.00 


Lies Ran, “ 


631 N. Caroline og to 
rooms, kitchen and 
ar Nth 


702 N. Garcline Ave. SE. 
a, docrnprasa = es ON 


worst mame 


JOHN F. DONOHOE & SONS~ 


” 


314 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. $.E. wee” 2g ; 
nd eo Veliwina sage 


THE WASHINGT 
28 October Hy 1988. —_ 


| DELIGHTFULLY 


hee ram, 


en t Tew an 


; er 


2605 29th ST. cae 3 


Attrac. , Fare. er 


| oe i lh aia 


a apt. bids. : .. = 1 peak 
pin ye © ee: | Bm 
9 : Be fn Fe 


woa':| completely LAK cients, 
™ 990 per ine 
ust be seen AD. 2-9 


-—Unique 
¢ 2 


t ; ives yori tat ey A 


78% AIR-CONDITIONED 
? | THE BERKSHIRE 


Furnished Ef Efficiency A Apt. 


Attractive Seraies efficien 
all. soon in 


.| S1f 18th ot Nw 


CHASTLETON APTS. 
1701 16th ST. N.W. 
» $64.50 
, $110 


: . , = -Tm.. t *? ' 
picely furn.. adults. atil incl. NOR 


room, bedroom. kitchen: prt. bath: ES 


ve eleva- 
S.: car 
. fwiteh rd ay ne tap , service: 
living room, kitchen and ret § at deg or 


rm 
ity rm Ht, and beth, util, fon! 


si ir ave 


° “Coty 


ap iat 
Abprecis ted 
apt at en comb. 5 nit. mod. 2-BEDRM. FURNISHED APTS. 
vente tae ty Peee?’| ~~ Luxurious Living Plus 
arn ive f + ween 2 a 
esi ’| —TV AVA ae Fog 
Ge wt. pet ear | 1929 EAST-WEST HWY. 
ant pas Weio'ad tc pees Receme| JU. 8-1170—JU. 8-4313 
inek G4S” Gan be soon eat Ys. | Write, Proms, for Free Brochure 
or call | mi. Sup. from 11s. m. spt: liv. ran. Tic th. All ut 
pe ei "ihag, tak: WAHLER GA\ RDENS 
p catvare Ste | Wheeler Road and 
Wahler Place SE. 
om a ; "3 rms at t ota 
a 1 BEDRM.—$100 
INCLUDES ALL UTILITIES 
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY 
|] BLK. from DRAPER SCHOOL 


Pion ‘ 
‘Oey ot bik bus 


; * wat 
N 


trac.. furn 
adu 


, 3-hedrm apts ‘ideal 
i Avot aes 8148. 


ante fun ig 3 i 


incl. pch.. ~ 


xit.. 
c ea $60 inci. 
ROCKVILLE — ea: 
ige ¥. rm... fr 
m< it 
= } 


itl Th . -4776. 


is pract ic 
. furn. 
* ed 


ppointed 
Eetetes wo 
shopping an a jon. 


-| RES. MOR... 1070 W PL. SE. 


JO. 2-3 
feo arene ST. NW. 


apt; 


. fm. i. f.. a. 
Fi newly r ec: conv. exp. bus: 


urn. - 
basement 


—Ni 7 
rm. apt.. heated. wit 
and 6701 


t priv. entrance. 
v 


AVAIL. NOV. 
1-BEDRM.—$10 
2-BEDRM.—$130.50 


per mo. for Quiet. wrecking: e. Newly 


vik : stop 
AROMA se dec. : shopping 


"ha? rms., = bath: large csosete 
utils. furn.: coup ‘ 
0- 7667 800 TENN. AVE., ALEX., VA. 
A PK.—iy. rm. din. ra. 
bedrm., kit. a 4 bath: 2nd fl., pvt 
enir.; utils. ture: on bus ine L N MA 
2 | Avaflabd! ders ait 


—C lean. bright,| beaatif 


hat ony JU. 7-9023 
z et ALY i snower 


large front 


Sergiches scbool, 
arches esa’ transpor- 


5 a re | 
: beaut ‘farn.: 


ewly dec comb. bed- rm : 
bath and kit! for 1 of of 3 be aur auto. 


rm... 


“fs 80-858 


one, uti 


Seoul,” Le abe seals: 
bait iVE-NW> [Wie 


} 
ov. rm. Kit. ym dinette ba “plus 
2. C+ bemt. 
oxire yy ~s. tithe 
utils A. 9-5580 betw 


i re jee 2: 


hath. prt entry 


2 rms. 
clean: all u 
yeas. rent to 


2-3 BEDRM., APTS. 
HOUSE TYPE 
Completely Furnished 
JEFFERSON VILLAGE 
Dates To Ben if tos |e 
JE. 2-5500 


Sober fit, 2. sia, COC—T5 Te eda pl WET pas, 
 1—3- -rm Basement ' 6. _ 2-6 


* Util. 


5: Be 


iy A A 
teely urn, be drm. 


‘ sri vse 


ope: — new refrig.: 


- ’ 
—_— fmps.. kit.:} 


Ww 
wat | ' 


xa 13.50 RA. OL 
Me mo. ull J2ets at he 


kit.. bath: redec : wtii ; Maid serv. 
2 girls. NO. 7-9129. 


a ROO en. ; employed 
Bi iat | 
Posey for Transients and 

Semi-Permanent Residents 


GLASSMANOR 


"tame, oom. -dav an 


' kath fil 


DAY—WEEK—MONTH & 
TRANSIENTS AND SEMIPER-| loc: 
MANENT; COMPLETELY © 
FURNISHED WITH DISHES, 
LINENS, TV. 

MINIMUM RATE 


5 


a Ge: 


ex te , 
ke Terrace 

ek , ie £84 See 

a re nla Hs ties ud- cm 
Pea, 

; er, e 


iO. 2-1 77) 


ww 


es 


-— 


ma 
"Ye" e) _ 


| eeeeeres Ea FROM 2 


ah; ofa: not ae re 


tf Seikern 


HUNTING 
TOWERS 


1 BEDRMS.. FROM $11 $115 
(WITH DINETTES) 


FURN. PLAN AVAIL. 
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 
Showing, 9 to 9 
KI, 8-8484 


pts. 
MET. WASHINGTON’S FINEST 


limited tically of these apts. in | Mt Vernon _Ave 


| Quaker lone and bu 


za 30 


° teanep . 
: u anito ‘premises. 
hes 1019 | we “st. a. bx BETA. 8-0580. 
In- | ARLIN 7 


-+1 BEDROOM .. 
ALL UTILITIES 


=| 2 kit, & b 
6) 3 rms., kit, & bath . 


ALEXANDRIA 


AIR-CONDITIONED 


‘BROOKVILLE 
‘ DUPLEX APTS. 
2 AND 3 BEDROOMS 


WITH ob Tekh Cocenin’ : “uy Sat 
AR 


FURNISHED 
1413 GIRARD ST. 
OR UNFURNISHED $48 TO $57 


FROM $102.50 UP ‘ 
ppariments. util juts in inefuded i: 


"en dat il Sricusn he asbect oe ast 
mp 


he 


r- 


CONGRESS HEICHTS SE 
Aig ge ing 


and 
" 1 is 


ALEXANDRIA, VA. 
4613 DUKE ST. 


SHIRLEY DUKE 
APARTMENTS 


FREE INFORMATION 
MAILED YOU TODAY 


CALL KI. 8-5100 
wire about the Atergetive 


Single applicants accepted. 


1 Bedroom, $66.00 to $68.00 
2 Bedrooms, $75.50 to $77.50 


2A 
WARWICK VILLAGE 


dividual pasems Pin Westinehonse| | 
coal bn “earden. “t Saorest 
wails, B shopping. schoo!s clo 
Bo" ats: isastine Saaasse” | 
Kennedy st | DUPONT CIRCLE AREA 
1903 N ST. NW. 
Scter. plus convenience eae 


Eibes 2 sige? tetroame 


roughout. Utilities 


BEGG, INC. 


UxXUTy 


3% RMS., $63.25 
4\ eee, $75.00 
Furn. A pts., , $81. 50/8 


Continucus W.M. & A bus service 
te and from downtown. 


FOR INFORMATION. CALL 
RE, 5-80 


9-8. Sat. 9-4. Sun. 1-6 
Evenings by appoin 


ive out Maribo 
popnte. left s 


NT WN 
1409 15th St. 


Attr apt. avail now is fines 
well-kept bids.: walking os —- 
to downtown: clean & 

a ie} tlle bathrooms 


tment. 


istrict 


Pike to 
to 


ateway bivd. 


SEE JANITOR AT BLDG. 


H. GO. SMITHY CO 
$11 18th 6. Nw. St. 3-330) 


ALEXANDRIA 


QUAKER 
LANE 


Res. Mgr., OV. o-5a67 
1229 QUAKER 
VIRGINIA’S FINEST 


2 BEDROOMS—$99.50 
Utilities Included 
3051 nnen AVE. NW. 
Sao ‘avaliable 


Gr SMG Ht . 


sunny 


burn: wn 5 
egiines & ont 


EMBASSY SECTION 
THE WARWICK 


Geveres bide. 
im, . a 


+ utits, ra oP 


i 
hail, 
anid 
jency. $7 


| BR SUPER NW. 
2-Bedrm. Apt., $130 
Lip mens Apt., $73 


Cur 


DREYFUSS BROS 
ANA TIA 


2025 Fendall St. SE. 
how in this popu -bedroo apt 


avail. 


ric charmine ¢ 
ow i Ara ee RREA | bers 
pick JA. ee | e:. as luding 


ement 1626" 27th 


admittance or call 
pig ‘it Colonial Investment 


bath. good 
"lec. Bile, fara Fk 7.3918, 


oafian je ford °C Saplaves 

NO. ARLINGTON 

Minutes From Everything 
l- and 2-Bédroom 
Some With Private 
Entrance and Porch 
De Luxe Kitchen 

Closets Galore 


POMPON lO 
Bath. oi, | 


a ot entr. a RA. 6-2437. 
XON PARK | 
OXON TERRACE 


7 ae 


ci perkins wells Bi) i tae 


ARLINGTON, VA. 
PALISADE GARDENS 


Off Lee hwy. at North Scott st. 
Level Play Areas 


. $72.00 


PLEASANT HILLS 
ss a 


ae Serres 


pt ee meee 00 


—— 


rere mien es See nee}: 


B. F. SAUL CO. 


at 
109 € ST. Aya 
E bath $92.50 


$1252 


“egeding. eineg:| Be 


re: "SPST PUI Pre — 


BEDROOM—$60.00 " 


. “3 
DU. 7-2480 Weekends. HO. 2-7423/ auto 


\MOST MODERN APARTMENTS 


ara “ge 
Bad 2 


rhea Se 


Avail. 


? | Convenient to Transp. and Shopping 
-|See Mrs, “rs Res. Mor. 


if 


= 


‘TERA \y AM StS a 


eal UNFURNISHED 36 APTS., UNFURNISHED 


oHESA! ARE bed. | 
to 7 


4 


..| on premises. 


Res. 
RD. JU. 


—. se 
immaculate, 


invited: "Tune, pt Nort: ti 
c : 
t. bath; 
; *ousrieaking 


vail, immed; | 
Tran Go. & i 
drm. 
posal, | 
lack 


; 


hy 


urity & 


) 
a ati! ® 
| 


' 
rie hc! beth. | 


st.)}—J1-bed ;' 
bidg.: conv. 
mo Mr. 
3-0550. 


=e 


erything. 
Heatwole or call ST. | 


hew'y ~ y th) 
bal} bears Sorel rear porch 
Can be 


one hot water 


4. 
217— usually 
adj. bus. shop 

utils. ineL 


A 
lige. 2-bedrm. apts.: 
ping: careece dispose 1; 


bedrm., 


rms 
dine: te-kit. and 
bath: all $40 


liv. rm. 
rivate: 


if Se lates ist eh. 
it.. bath: laundry taetitties: geass | 


heat and pot wat wa aw fine for elder! 


. ih an 


i: 
te 
: tals a> lud 
n adit! tities. DU “she or TA.| 
4. near corner of | 
aot. no: 


‘treshiy decorated: en tire ad 
fo ets pel. all utiis.; $75. RA. 6-9810. 


MAGNIFICENT 


ARLINGTON 
TOWERS 


AMERICA’S NEWEST, 


dittoned. oehilaren’ . 5 Dhar park park. | 


Eltchen fe Pa areas — wie at 


epanns cen 

tora ra laundry fectilties beautiful 
landeca penthouses end off 

ava ailabie, 


BREATHT aT ARING Tisw 0 | 
BEDROOMS BEGIN AT stons0, 
YOU “ARE WELCOME 


JA. 5-5500 


CROMWELL 


1515 OGDEN ST. N.W. 


Individually Controlled 
Heat, Air Conditioning 


An Efficiency 
Nov. 


|1-Bedrm. Apt. $110! 
RENTALS INCLUDE ALL UTILS. 


Phone TU. 2-3500 
"rings you within ¥ block ot 
05 18th BW TE 5 260s 
ee ee 


CHESAPEAKE TERRACE 


RESERVE NOW! 


Rosemary 
Apar rtments 


Dedicated to Serve Y 
MET, WASHINGTON’ S 
FINEST 1- AND 2- 
BEDROOM UNITS 


‘Convenient to Transp. and Shopping 


+ | left t ond Jt. Myer 


VERMONT 


_ MOST CONVENIENT APTS. 
_ One Block from Key Bridge 


RENT REDUCED 
DUPLEX APARTMENT 


& me Ba re se 
ara eae 
$82.50 | 


1725 CANTER re NW. 


CONV. BOLLING FIEL 
37 FORRESTER SW. 


Attractively decorated i-bedr ; 
modern 4-family bide: % 
. Appiy Res. mer. 


DREYFUSS BROS. 


| 1801 CLYDESDALE PL. NW. 
DE LUXE 

wa 1Officionas .$77.50 to $92.50 

(1 Bedroom ..$120 


individually Controlled 
Heat, Air Conditioning 


Rentals Incl. All Utilities 


i 
ape eg 


vard. clothesline: 
are . Scott St. 
1 BEDROOM, $75 


See Mrs. Nease, Res. Mor. 
Or Call DE. 2-8116 


Drive out 16th 


a i aE 
ta. Optazto s 


| 
vydesda le p ‘on ivaes 
le to building. 


| Newly dee, ape or, 
CHARLES =. SMITH | pes, std ‘pie ‘Mo. Bierce cimimed 


805 15th St. H.W ST. 3-2646| 81) 15th ST 32-3300. 


—— 70) N ST. 1 A 
$69.50 INCL. UTILS. rae 
1220 N. QUEEN sr. teres 


END 
* (RF e TORS 


12 MIN. TO DOWNTOWN 


co: 


to 2d (de te . or 
cover —|* "PR RES 
3% Large Rms., $72.50 


on or eed Ss = 


CLIFTON TERRACE ~ 
ma fortabie 


AGER TERRACE 


OMB EP AVP POHETEOUS 


LOWEST RENT IN AREA 


1 BEDRM.—$69.50 
2 BEDRMS.—$8! 


UTILITIES INCLUDED 
apts: schoo] opposite, - 
cose to shopping res 
Oglethorpe ss. 
6 Pp Mic ave. to Age 
turn left: ‘ or E-4 bus from 
ave. right HA. 2-761) 


a — 


| Modern Downtown Blevater Bids | seer tr ‘ 
"| SHANNON 8 LUCHS 
Fey Ne baler 
Nr. Cor. 13th & N Sts. 47° 
1220 N ST. NW. 


wnt evel, tane ms = 
sta a. 
pect 60h 30. ‘Reslaen 


A central soonest nm at pa 


$70 « 
"til niep - be rm unit 


apts.. $65: also 
it gf sibs. & semiats 
nelude ay aad 


rd... 
fastera| 


Astras. ne 
adu 


down 
Mer.. ro. 


G. eane co. 
si! 1th oe NW.  8T. 3-3300 


1250 N. Quinn St. 
ARLINGTON . 


TERRACE 


APARTMENTS 


Lares. attrac. apts. avail with 
rm... a. dinette, kit. and bath. 


1 Bedroom—-$80 
2 Bedrms.—$95 


UTILITIES INCLUDED 
RESIDENT BAM ACK oe 8-0885 


N 
DIRECTIONS: Oni Lee hwy. to NW 
Woodstock st. le on ood 
to apartments on left. 


stock 


_ S11 Ee 
“STRATFORD PLAZA” 
8113 UNIV. LANE S. S. 


cia ate a Wah 
A, $57.50 


254 st NE. 
4 rear porch for extra 
eater 


to tor 
—— j Minnesota pi. 
re MINUTES 
FROM THE CAPITOL 
SEE MODERN SUBURBAN 


GLASSMANOR 


be el 


gi 210 re: st. (otf 4900 
Bo. mam! ot Mon. thry 


= front 


ewly 
Ww | 
eet Bote. be | 


On Mount Vernon Blvd. 
suburban 


mine 


aire 

transportation ofaieatiee sc a 

on 2 mises. bus service te high 
LAROS SHOPPING CENTER 


| bes: G1b boo ae al "titties paid. hha 


Soe tal so" Be! lesigw B piyé. 


Bio i “sey nose noon. t} 8 Hy i 
FORT BENNETT 
APARTMENTS 


Beautiful View 
With High Elevation 


GOOD HOPE HILLS 


Overlooking Potomac 
and Washington 
in Virginia 


ARLINGTON’S 


BEAUTIFUL 
ROCK CREEK 
GARDENS 


In Montgomery County, Md. 
‘ On the District Line and 


| 
) inel. Stove and refr 


{| #m—t 
kitchen, bath. 


1%-2-3 RM. UNITS 
FROM $50 
gees 
OAT FON, POU ae Sy? ge 


CAFRITZ Di. 7-9080 


GARDENS 
NEWLY DECORATED 
1 & 2 BEDROOM 


$73. 50 & $88 | Sint 
Maceigt acter, Yok 32] Fares ae 
saci x Pace rong het 


1 BL ze 
Bent Bes aS Re “|, SHANNON eTBous 


“Apartment in the Park” 
2601 Woodley Place N.W. 


Completely Air-Conditioned 
With Individual Room Control 
THE CALVERT WOODLEY is a new idea in WASH- 
INGTON APARTMENTS. in every way it repre- 
sents the ultimate in residential comfort and elegance. 
AVAILABLE NOVEMBER | 
An Efficiency Apt. 
2-Bedroom Corner Apt. with Dining Room, 
overlooking park 


EQUIPPED WITH GARBAGE D 
AMPLE GUEST PARKING ON CATHEDRAL AVE. 


See Mrs. Wilcox, Resident Manager, CO. 5-9292 


Chas. E. Smith, Agent 
606 15th ST. N.W. 


CALVERT WOODLEY 
N 


$225 


ST. 3-2646 


BRENTWOOD VILLAGE 
1311 RHODE ISLAND AVE. N.E. 
GARDEN APARTMENTS 
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY 


20 Minutes to downtown direct. Single fare route 


1-Bedrm. Apts. from $62.50 
2-Bedroom Apts. from $80.00 
3-Bedroom Apts. from $125.00 


‘Newly decorated; cross ventilation; ample closets, laundry, stor- 
age facilities and parquet floors. Play ereas, near school, 
‘churches, shopping center and theater. 

OPEN DAILY ‘TIL 8 P.M. SUNDAY 10-5 


DE. 2-3200 


Broyhilton Apts. 
Vicinity Glebe Rd. & Lee Highway 


N. Arlington 
AWatking distance to all schools and shopping 


Plenty of closet and Large living room 
storage space. 
Off-street parking 


Fenced-in equipped 
playground 


Fireproof 
Master TV antenna 


1 Bedroom. .$85 2 Bedrooms. 
1 Bedroom furnished 
2 Bedrooms furnished 


Includi All Utilities 
Excejt Electricity 


M. T. Broyhill & Sons 
4624 Lee Hwy., Arlington, Va. 


Equipped kitchen with 
garbage disposal, exhaust fan 


Laundry facilities 
1 block to bus 


.$105 


JA. 4-1300 


UNFURNISHED APTS. FOR WHITE 


214 13th St. S.E. #1, $45.00 
ve 


235 Pa. Ave. S.E. #3, $45.00 


2 rooms. kitchen and beth. Heat 
incl. Keys in office. 


324 Pa. Ave. S.E. #3, $65.00 


kitchen and beth. Small 
til. inel. Bey in office. 


jAving room, bdedroom 
itchen. bath, Arcola 

cant 

1112 10th St. S.E. #4, $45.00 

2 

ane. bee: ind atl’ Mes te elites. 
623 Pa Ave. S.E. #2 Fr, | 2214 1th St. SE, $57.50 

$50. 00 4 rooms. kitchen and beth. Coal 

1 large room, kitchen and bath heat. Tenant pays ali util, Bey 

Gas and elec. extra. Adults. Key | ™ office. 

ASE 5284 14th St. S.E, $47.50 
316 Indep. Ave. S.E., $48.50 4 rooms and bath. Arcola hest. 
l—2 rooms. kitchen. bath. Heat Stove—no refrig. Key in office. 
a. os oe No. 2 17th St. S.E. #2, $47.50 

2 rooms. kitchen and beth. 
#22—Geme description. $847.50 
227—Same description. $50 00 


Apt wide Heat incl. No re 
Keys in office. xb 7. 


1 233 Ky. Ave. S.E. #A, $51.25 


2 rooms. kitchen and bath 
20O—Same description. 
Heat incl. Key in office. 


$4 fame Gescription. 960.00} 236% 12th St. S.E., $56.00 
ph Be ~~ yg DAA in | 8 rooms and 1 Oll beat. Stove. 
office. No refri«. Vacant 


JOHN F. DONOHOE & SONS 
314 Pa. Ave. S.E. Li. 3-0084 


816 Potomac Ave. S.E. 
Apt. Bidg. 
Newly decorated “gy and «as 


bedroom. living room 
$64.00 


113 C St. SE. #3, $75.00 


Living room. bedroom, kitchen. 
bath. 


To Reach: Over 


OTILITIES 
west on | —_ 
Oar st, me 5 hae 


Teal Waist @Y APT. 1 JA. B-t048 
vans On accuser 
M. T. BROYHILL & SONS 

wy JA 4-1 
NEWLY DECORATED 
Near Catholic University 
7th and Hamlin Sts. N.E. 


NEW LOW RENTS 
$50 TO $62.50 
Two rooms, modern kitchen 


.and.bath, dinette. Gas heat, 
refrigerator. Some with 
screened 


mn A 


1-BEDROOM APTS.—$87.50 
2-BEDROOM APTS.—$107.50 
RENTS INCLUDE ALL UTILITIES 


te 


3 aia crn © 5-4030 
Rental Office on Premises 


"OPEN SATURDAYS, 
- WEEKDAYS,:9 ‘TIL 5 
fo 


to 


2 gE eMaT OEE 


og 7 B. F. SAUL CO: at | 
sks BB |925 130 St. NW. NA 82100} 
Sedrm., Apt, $81. | Eig & McKeever 


ey" 
" 7 
. 7 
: , 
, 


ANNOUNCING THE OPENING ~ 


SHIRLEY PARK 
APARTMENTS 


SPACIOUS, DE LUXE GARDEN TYPE 
APARTMENTS PRICED AT 
ONE BEDROOM 
TWO BEDROOMS .... 
THREE BEDROOMS 
Includes Utilities Except Electricity 
Hot-Water Heat 
Individual Storage Lockers 
Pront-Door Off-the-§treet : 
aaeae Pr. pee and Dryers 


Efficient Main Service 
Some with Private trances 

EXCLUSIVE 
Efficient, Completely Equi 
th Disposal and Refrigerator, 
and Exhaust 


Sie 
Spade, anager tes, Doth 


HIGHWAY | JA. 4-1306 
Sg Tee See Be, 


Reba iy B 
ae 


heed iy oa PEAS 
fi Mtak 3 ye Ag te teat eee ght 
- Pan ses, Mota 1s ere 

OMRON id, ce CAaL, 2 
i ; 


; ‘ 


1379 BRYANT ST. NE. 
"Rath hereened porch.» eas 


an 
eg Vacant ey at Ant. 4. Rent. 


B. F. SAUL CO. 


"fe ONE STONW. 


| ee aps, "Beet pide, *one ese 
DUPONT PARK APTS. "T BEDRC M, $45-$50 
oe nea D Pu as Janiter_on ison, WH Will Show 
CEBS "available “for Tm: si! is a eet SO a. 3-2300 
M—$71 er 3 
UTILITIES DROOM—$71. ” gceren Mis aun sas 
RES. MANAGER On PREMISES 33-hr. Pe 5 rma Then nd 
82 15m | sth * * 3-3390 Roa ey D Me ated ttt et: 
“AN ADDRESS OF DISTINCTION” 
Brand New Luxury Apts. 
Completely Air-Conditioned 
FEATURING 
—INDIVIDUAL ROOM —RICHLY CARPETED 
CONTROLS FOR COOLING CORRIDORS 
AND HEA 
OVEN AND 
BUILT-IN RANGE 
—AUTOMATIC DISHWASHER 
AND DISPOSAL 
—Ii CU. PT REF. WITH 
FREEZER TOP 
3% ROOMS FROM .. 
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED IN RENT 


~-MASTER TV ANTENNA 

—SUN DECK 

~SECRETARIAL SWITCH- 
BOARD AND DESK 
SERVICE 

—GARAGE PARKING 


$135 


Choice Location Only A Few Steps From The Sheraton 
Park and Shoreham Hotels . . . Unexcelled Shopping 
ard Just 5 Minutes From The Downtown Business 
District Via Express Buses At Corner. 


Rental Office at Building Open Dally 11 A M te 8 P.M 


CAFRITZ 


14th and K Ste NOW 


LEE GARDENS 


COMMUNITY OF APARTMENT HOMES 


DESIRABLE APARTMENTS 
IATE OCCUPANCY 


Dt. 17-9080 


WE RAVE SEVER. 
FOR TMMeED 


1-bedroom apt. 
2-bedroom apt. 


All Utilities Included 


Playgrounds and Tennis Courts 
Adiacent t© Fort Myer, moments from the 
Pentegon and Navy Annex, just § min. te the heart 
ef downtown Washington. 

poTiope: Acr Lincoln Memorial Bridge. 

neton ; ture rignt at sign 

at Rt bieck te .. mB, 
Office located on sirelo at mead of street. 

Daily Hours 9 ‘til 7:30 

Saturday 9 ‘ni 3.00 

Sunday — 1 “ti §$:00 


Apply Office, 701 No. Wayne St 


Arlington, Va. 


Rental Mor. JA. 5-6546 
Office JA. 5-6986 


STOP SHOPPING! 


Real Value for Your Money 


3104 IND ST. NW. 


| BDORM.—$76.50-77.50 


“RES. MGR.. Tene Kit PL. 8®. 


AVAILABLE. IMMEDIATELY 


| BLK, from DRAPER SCHOOL | 
pet peat as an 


pra tehene with disposals: conv. te | 
poing @ transportation | 


WIDE 
WONDERFUL 
WORLD” 


See it from ty PRIVATE 


reps 
Nr. Catholic Univ. & 
Franciscan Monastery 


orak ba AND SUM. AT 12 


BRAND SPANKIN 


sree eee ane anata Pa 


cures 
ehends a anytime at pLorp E | | Completely equipped de luxe kiteh- 
Pavis'co . 1629 K Bt. NW. NA! en ‘lots of cabinets: nice dining’ See 


veng ol 


ndo 
for r+ -conditioning. 


the the heart 3 


salore' 
GARDENS 
In #0. location, nawiy 
sot 


‘Efficiencies, 1 a: 4 2 bedrms.. from 
Gpoorated 
t “3 


yore sch S scape: 
or it ar and apartm 

thee, pokey wP | anumd ton REALTY co. 

Alexandria, Va.—near Pentagon 


Wilson bivd 
2? blocks to Ker ole 


Yon tones 


1 & 2 bedroom simplex apts. 


2 & 3 bedroom duplex apts. 
BRADLEE TOWERS BRADDOCK LEE 
(completely air conditioned) 


ALSO FURNISHED APTS. 
Adjacent shopping centers, 
churches, public & parochial schools 
10 mins. to downtown Wash.—5 mins. to Pentagon 
one fare transportation 
LARGE ROOMS WITH SPACIOUS CLOSETS MODER YW 
KITCHENS WITH GARBAGE DISPOSGAIA AND EXHAUST 
PANS. FREEZER TOP REFRIGERATORS. FREE STORAOE 
FACTLITIES. 
Free Exclusive Swimming Pool 


WRITE OR PHONE FOR FREE BROCHURE 
—. open daily 9%. ry ge » oe. 
Gat. 5 


| open 
3816 King B.A a va. King %§-0600 


SEVEN CORNERS 
WILLSTON (NORTH) 


BEDROOM From $73.50 


Newly Decorated 
Large Shopping Center 
Adjoins Apartments 
New grade school on project, others nearby 


ares rtation Bus — thru rojlecte 
Wv aM Ps : wt 


hour service to 
minute drive te Melpar plant 


IMMEDIATE OR FUTURE OCCUPANCY 


RENTAL OFFICE 
6601 ARLINGTON BLVD 


— 9-7.30 P.M. DAILY. Noon-7:30 SUNDATS 


H. G. SMITHY COMPANY 
sT 


“BEST BUY IN TOWN” 


WEST HYATTSVILLE | & 


KIRKWOOD APARTMENTS 


AVAILABLE FOR 


2 BEDROOMS 78.50 


(Rent includes All Utilities) 


CHILLUM HEIGHTS 


APARTMENTS 
(WEST HYATTSVILLE) 
Y% Mile to D. C. Line 


(Between Riggs and Queens Chape! Raa) 


Large pley yards, schools, picnic areas, shopping, trans- 
portation. Baseball field and wading pool for children. 


SCHOOL PROBLEMS? 


PUBLIC & PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS 
ADJOIN THESE 


NEWLY DECORATED APARTMENTS 


FURNISHED SAMPLE APARTMENT 


RENTAL OFFICE ON PREMISES 


1520 CHILLUM RD., HYATTSVILLE, MD. 
Phone WA. 7-3948-—WA,. 7-6745 


OPEN DAILY AND WEEKENDS ‘TIL 8 P.M. 
' From D. C —Out Michigas Del 
Wg) aft Chill rd. te oroject; OR out 
+ TIRt te proiect 


ium 
H. G. SMITHY CO. 


G11 18th ST ¥W 


7. (Queens 
ices ra. 


Luxury Living 
in the Center of 
Everything 


GELMARC TOWERS 


y 


1930 Columbia Road Northwest 


“The Most Convenient Location in Town” 


COMPLETELY AIR-CONDITIONED 
With Individual Room Controls 


Efficiencies (only a few) ....$95.00) 


1-Bedroom Apartments from $134.50 
RENTALS INCLUDE ALL UTILITIES 
ALSO 


—24-Hr. Secretarial-Switchboard Service 
—Big 10.7-Cu.-Ft. Kelvinators 
-—High-Speed Elevators 

—Laundry Rooms 

—Package and Trunk Sani 


FURNISHED APARTMENTS 
ALSO AVAILABLE 


APPLY TO RESIDENT MGR. 
NOON ‘TIL 9 P.M., CO. $-5377 


Garage Facilities Available 


GELMAN 


— fewestment Building 1511 K St. NW, 
, STerling 3-6572 


These Apts. are spacious, centrally located, walking 
distance to 2 shopping centers, all schools and churches. 
% mile D. C. line, minutes to downtown Washington, 
Walter Reed Hospital, Fort Meade, Nat'l inst. of Health, 


Bethesda Naval Hosprtal, ERCO, Beitsville. 
A SAFE PLACE TO RAISE YOUR CHILD 


Transportation, Shopping, Schools 
Recreation and Picnie Areas 


1 BEDROOM = $73.50 


2 BEDROOMS "»« 81.50) i 


(Rent Includes All Utilities) 
NEWLY DECORATED APARTMENTS 
ALSO FURNISHED APARTMENTS 


Rental Office on Premises 
2731 Nicholson St. 
AP. 7-2252 AP. 7-1865 


FREE DESCRIPTIVE BROCHURE 
OPEN DAILY-SUNDAY ‘TIL 8 P.M. 


DIRECTIONS: 2 o-<> Michisen ave. (Queens 
Chapel! rd.\. left at ae 2 , out Rises rd = 
Ager Rd. right te project. — = New amp. ave. right 
___ aeet to project 


eed 


UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS FOR WHITE 


al $2 =a pe 


he mists 
J el APIEL ET 


Fi Ps * bi Son 


THE 
wiptoo'. phi 


» ‘tecsretes 


B 
WASHINGTON visTA | Lares Rooms. Dig 


as” CONV EN. 


sHPar th alate 


Charming and Dignified 
Efficiencies 
. - $90 Up 


edroom . 


tT aad ) gg IN NE. 


We Are Not bias But |‘ 


an 


hes Ave . ee 


7. 9080 
3911 Old Bominion Bivd. 
1 Bedrm., $59.50 


iG. untHY co 


$55 PER MO. 

3505 AMES ST. NE. 
{ne roam 102 Newlr rm. eigher Lit- 
th: “hot eater ‘and 
ished 


Shopping 
transportation peatbe 


3:5 of he. 
“3 ", aes iss 


“Pearm, apdal cranking Qt pw 
bate oer. rent begins Nov, ist. JA. 


AIRED Ben 


ee we 
$89.50 


CAN BF FURNISHED 
as wt iiities included—aute laun- 
deck. Call resident mer. 


NEW 
LUXURY |*.. 


ADULT APTS. 
FAMILY APTS. 


PARK HAMPSHIRE 
9300 New Hampshire 


Express Bus Downtown 

|-Bedroom Apt, $85 

2 Bedrooms, From $95 
All Utilities Included 
Daily, 9.30-6; Sun., 12-6 

Call HE, 4-4500 


1 BEDROOM APT. 


505 JEFFERSON ST. 


av 
All apts. wit saree — | 


~ refrigerator 


st. 
r apace and com -- hy — ond foam. | 
jes, $67.00; 


aiso attractive otth- 


D Lot 7 
Lachs, 724 14th . NW. NA 


. semeere Servine: ‘ 
CAFRITZ DiI. 
IMAGINE 


npletety redeco 
50 inc 


7-9080 


rated i-bedrm 
inetedes all wtils., | 
, kept an 


I] 
at D 
Key at 3313. Ne. 1 


OOM, $54. 50 | 
5 SL DAReaY as, oe. 
ron ~ 2-year- “old olde) 


ec. apt... in 
Aute. ldry piay area 


re 
Capitol to ‘Atlantic. tase A te 
4th, h Chesapea 


le 
reraee and a4 a. Res M rf. & . 
468 « > 


i BEDROOM, $59.50 
(Nichole hee Are, ates ar) 


Smaneoule in wall- 
kept buildtag;t x fo pus “a 4 


he 
$86, INCL. UTILS. 


e 
fare 54 50th, ave. % li- 
side. 


Mt aio GARDENS | 


1214 S St. SE. (Anacostia) 4400-4412 Texas Ave. SE 
Li ° y | b : xi’. 

Ao. tidy #10, 95250 geen Fier 
om” bath. Heat incl $87.50 
ecroes lith @t. Bridge a 
$74.00 


3310 DuBois PI. S.E. 
#4, $62.50 
LR rooms, Kit- esl "Min" Pladeck?, LU. 11941. 
Minn. Ave. to i right te 
we Ra. tr te Texas Ave. 
left "te apts 


1300 Childress .- hy E. 
3, $52.50 
2 reomes. kitehen °°. 2 Indy. 
heat and vwtil. Duplex bldg 


501 12th St. a 


- Just 
Living room 
chen. path. 


Ra 
Heat inc 
oe off Minn. 
Ave > Mth Mm. 8. 


3465 Minn. Ave. SE. 


Livine 
chen. —e th. 
Heat incl 


311 3rd St. NE 
#4, $45.50 
rooms. kitchen. bath Biove 
mF, incl. Good con Re- 
rater will be yoo * for 
additional cost. 


od 
daniter on premises. 


tia. 1‘ blocks off Nichols Ave 
at Maple View a. Cali Mrs. 
Godfrey, LU. 4-1017. 


4017 7 Cy PI. SE, $39 50 


kitehen bath. 
Inde. ‘ona + heat & util. Call Mr. 
LU. 23-4213. 


1st Melion St, S.E. 


frige 
emall 


637 Maryland ~~. N_E. $60.00 
me mnen bain agin 
228 C St. N.E. 


#2. $40.00 
room. bedyoom, kit- 
th Sereened rear 
Storage room: util. 

Ges heat. 


ay - 


Livi 


pereh 
extra 
417 18th St. NE 

#3, $62.50 


Modern apt blag _jivine 
room. pegreem, a at Dn 
chen, bat 
Uru I 


ik Burbank St. S.E 
#4, $85.00 
Livin 2 bed 
k) icon beth” oul inc! 
ern apt bide. Call Mrs. 
secky. LU. 1.2921. 
118% Indep. Ave. S.E 


#2, $65.00 
Biove. No 


in 
Stove 
ine n or ie = 
Janiter at 18th Bt 


JOHN F. DONOHOE & ‘SONS 
314 Pa. Ave. S.E., Li, 3-0084 


COLORED 
76 lith St. SE, #4 
rooms, kitehen and 


bath; utilities inctuded. 


1000 10th $ St. S.E., #2 


“8 rooms & hath 
refrig. Coal heat. 


HAWAII! AVE. aN. E 


Attrac. 2 bedrm cam: | 


CAFRITZ = Bi "5 9080 


CLAREMONT 


2733 S$. Walter Reed Dr. 
Arlington JA. 2-5003 


2 Bedrms. . $89.50 
nae ee 


Newle decorated var 
shoopins. . Fvereune % fecifitien A Ali 


Navy Dept "om 5° Wash. 
ington "Kes throug eeve pment 


Spnuive about our furnished apt. | 
WEEKDAYS 9-8 SUNDAYS 11-5 
Buckingham 


313 N. Glebe Rd. 
JA. 2-5000 


1-Bedroom a 


SECTION 3 


GREENLAWN | 


One- ore bus tone: , Pe wy 4i- 
e 
i regme 


IN AREA 
UTILITIES INCLUDED 
1 BEDRM., $85 
2 BEDRMS., $97.50 
A 


LARCHMONT 
GARDENS 


raished yoom with th semiprivate beth. 


iz ions St. N.W., Basement $59.50 


2 rooms. kitchen and beth: all utils. incl. Key with janitor at 1320 Snag 


2002 4th St. N.E., #301 
206 | Tith St. S.E., Basement 
room. kitehen and 
905 & & co oth th St. ae ded ekg Aico he -$75.00 


and beth, Arcola heat. stove: vacant. 


ha Fi. pn ee ‘ 
Prowests ‘ Li. 3.0084 


~—e + 


2 rooms, kitchen and bath: all large rooms. ali utils, incl, Key in office. 
$40.00 


share bath; stove and refris. Key in office, — 


South Prederick St. at Columbia Pike | 
te 1 


by rooms. aA» ares ton ie) 
ven _ Dd pic 


- Resident Mor. JA. 17-0300 
Larchmont Realty, Ine. 


SHIPLEY PARK 


were From 30.00 
alas : 


1 on 


WALK TO PUBLIC AND 
PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS 
WALK TO COMPLETE 
SHOPPING CENTER 
BUS AT YOUR DOOR 
--LARGE | & 2 BEDRMS: 
CLOSETS GALORE 
FURNISHED OR 
UNFURNISHED 
FIREPROOF 
SOUNDPROOF 
CHILDREN AND 
SMALL PETS WELCOME 
MRS. TAYLOR, RES. MGR. 
__ JE. 3-8573 


$155 mae PLEASANT ST. NW, | 


i kitchen and beth 
Apartment 203; $59.50. psilus 


utilities 


3 Treome, 
Sine : only nepect 
utilities: 
anytime. Bee Resident Manager. 


SOUTHERN 
HILLS 


“YOU'LL LOVE IT” 
300 Livingston Ter. SE. 
- seonet one praanes 


end 3 exposures: cross voutiiotien. 
newly decorated 
Laree effielencies with pone ustohen 
and bath. LAUNDRY orage 
facilities im each bide” fn a 
ool om premises: sitter group. 
achoo's within ym ns distance. 
s to parochial ach 
Short bus ure from av 
10th «st. (LI 
you to rour r 
VITE COMPARISON 
Orbos hours: 9 to 5 weekdays. Sat. 


BSI 


Eibchen and 
$72. plus 


Worth 
. = 
ure 
air-cond. with 
entr and 
modern facilities also 


bassy . 
Ho. deseo House, 1475 Buctia. st. aw 


In the Heart of 
the Park Area! 
Fuge rooms ey windows. 


closet epee roof 
Sen tenvtityl tacks % 24-he er 
retaria!- a= - rd service 


AIR-CONDITIONED 


PARK 
ELLISON 


1700 Harvard St. N.W. 
AD. 4-3636 


1-BEDRM. APT. 
$132.50 
EFFICIENCIES 
$82.50 to $95.00 
RENT4LS INCLUDE ALL UTILS 
GARAGE FACILITIES AVAILABLE 


GELMAN 


nd | 
VINOSTON | Bus. trines 


CLOSEST-IN 
NEW APARTMENTS 


Labia "aE "SAPP 
11 BEDROOM—-$70 MO. 
Sige ae 


BOULEVARD APTS. 


COLORED 2 BEDRMS~ 


sist oi 
sD ett 


IMMED. OCCUPANCY 


Attractive 
NE. section; 


onth phon 
1 e702. or -apoiy "Sales. 3438 | 


r 
Samy, EReponette ait 
bath pot. Heat & 
loe ix 


leman 
RW. 


lid | 0—2 rms 
Kil, and bath: 
Lal s 


ae utilities nel 
pee: 


N. 2 bedrms eT bra) 


1838 att 


err RENTAL AL Wy 50 


Includes heat. t 
tenna: wired for “—_ ye. Ry 


CAFRITZ . 7-9080 


507 orp, NW. 


capatatine of 2 rms it 
$4. tne! th. @ 


i ‘tie ipmedinnely 7.9080 


COLORED—-vacant 4912 Nash sat 
ne: 2 tm kit.. bath. medern de- 

j ——~ bide quiet eg 

| good tranep. $67.50. inc! 

See ant. « HENRY SALUS. “104 


Vermo Lay. ©O. 5-19 
CL ae ie rris | | ne. Mice 1| ! 
rm... kit; wtils.: 8-6668 


er - Hts. Apts. 
1 Hest "Fey 
2 Bedrms.—$77 
AlA. UTILS. INCL, IN RENT 


Office hours, 8-5 dailies 8-12 Sat. 
: LO. 32-1222 


CEDAR GARDENS 


A refined garden project offering 
pleasant and convenient sapart-| 
ment living at this choice location. | 


ppactous rooms. bright and modern 
kit 


’ | 
|1BEDRM. 2 BEDRMS. g- 
From $72.50 $88.00) 


INCLUDING BEAT AND HOT 


Prom Navy Yard (Lith St.) Brid 
&. E. fellow Good rd. to 14th 


et End tin, Bee ro afer Coeet 
SHANNON & LUCHS 


_ 724 14th St. N. W. NA. 8-2345__ 


CLYDE APTS. 
1124 10TH ST. NW. 


Attractive effic ans. with new 
ge be ton refr i immed. 
quiet mein “enoveter bids. | 
dul ts omiy 
UTILITIES INCLUDED 
| Bedroom 
Resident ar 


811 sth ss. ne 3- ii 


Col.—New—$60. $62. 2.50} 


Levely neighborhood ae 


en, 


Investment Bide ST. 3-6579 


~ CONN AVE. APT. 


rm.. din yer 
itehen and bath tile showers and 
tub. new itch evators and 
swite ones electricity Turaished 

iciencies. HO. 574 


AiR CONDITIONED | 
CARILLON HOUSE 


2500 WISCONSIN AVE. NW. 


EFFICIENCIES * 


AND 
2-BEDRM., 2-BATH 
APARTMENT 


Laserr living with evers mod- 
po entence. Beautif . 
: seoretarial service. dD 
and geceivine sun 
acter antenna. laundry 
ties and carace 


sie,“ 


Your Inspection Invited 


ALTY . Thaé:' 
; “ie 9-62. 
eS | 
5 wie ot Fm sen | 


oa | Remodeled and redecorated: laree | _.bath; hest: 


acne ES9 50 | ms 


GAULT PL. NE 
-bedrm 


4046 
Redecorated 


PARKLAN DS 


A NEW CAFR'TZ DEVELOPMENT 
Alabama Ave, and Stanton Rd. &.E. 


‘Best Rent Buy in Town” 


DE LUXE 3'2 RMS., 
$68 & $70 

DE LUXE 4% ROOMS 

$81.75 AND $84.50 


ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 


CALL EM. 2-8800 
LONG BRANCH 


| APARTMENTS | oo win 


8721. Piney Branch Rd. Sil Sp. Mad 


= its 1401 B ANGOR ST. S 


-673 
ee 


~ VITO" ‘COU RT 
738 Longfellow St. NW. 


CONVENIENT TO TRANSP, 
AND STORES 


elevator bidg: de- 
i os liv. rm 


My Begrme.. 


3100 per 2 oe in- 


New modern 
sirable mt — 


sw. CALL MRS. FORD LU., 4-9083 


few ta aes chen: sh ti Pvin = 


. t. ne.—Liv 
rm.. bedrm.. kit Seth. Utils. in- 


c 7 7 
pee ) 
Modern apt bids. 2 ree 


Palas beat on eis. | 


er he 


fully 


wer 


ae . - 


Y | ATTENTION, COLORED 
1” #,* si" 


11 PRIVATE PLAYGROUNDS | 
NURSERY SCHOOL. 1-FARE BUS 
| SHOPPING AND SCHOOL RIGHT 
AT PROJECT 


RENTAL OFFICE, JO. 2-2990 


Sat. 9AM to 6PM 

wtestPmM 

ad N.Ww a rm kiteh-| 

wiy decorated. Res- 
opted: 


a & st. 
re ehtld 
ne, « epeine. sis so wt 


E.| 


rooms. 
pr. car 


RA. 3-8656 


STS 
fo hot ea call | 
wis at Colonial Tevcatment 


oo. I 


KENILWORTH AVE. N_E. 


bedroom nes weseetien, 


—~ ageme 
479 80 Kent orth = NE. 

mittance or call Mrs 
Colonial Investment 


| 4 ‘ 
tris “\ 


4a 
HS pajncee. ea ish 
Call 
at. A. NA 


rms and 


COLORED. 35 Eve 
Paget ao 4 is 


l BEDROOM, $57.50 


aoe 
Redecoraied | -bedrm 
beautifully kept bids 
street \4 Reyes ste_ NE) ' 
at | 23-7159. NA. &- or. 
col. tate vo ze'in” Moder , 
vice . ve in rn 
be5 “a S all wtils Tne. 

CO 


A WHOLE NEW 


LIFE 
AWAITS YOU 


(hese apartments 
a 5 


| immediat 


ALEX, “Wollin~Wills—Mod— 


| A 


wn ay) Bu 
oe: roome, eiectite ity iar 4 

, Lom a: Seround. ‘evel t. , 
. tio ect wh 
6s careful) Ten Beep. r u 
Fi ay ¥. 


CALL ME. 8-2042 
PADDED VANS--REASONABLE 


* full 
a. 
ey shopping 
wy 


A 
dishwasher disposal | Tv. 


rd: immetiny’ 
ecu mpane?, #035 pe per month 4 cnarmias Pe all estat 


J 
s athe 
ah Jefferson Wano and fields maintained for 
_— Douse, nicels 


$85: small. ® 
irepiace sarge 
0 art 


or several mon 
heme. Liv” rm dinetia kit tile | . 
beth. Park on jot 


dr 
areiiab) . : walk dist “predi 
t Ai.. 


a Jt ave 


liv “rat. furn "Tall 


el res 


. min 
furnished; 2 bed 
1 bik. grade and ir high; 138. 
ASK US' REALTY CO. JA %- the 
ani. -bed 


Fre "neighborhood. 
h-8051 


$180 


stover Area, 2 
Colonial, close to schools, 
shopping. oa 
iWEvy CHASE. Wis. srea—d bed- 
ay Re pilus den & powder. 
aver. 
6-8972 


porch. 
Beavtitul. 
until 3 ® 
oom. Garage 
‘iy “Call 
room 
avai)- 


newly decorated; 
: school. 


near Baty 
si 


4 + o> level et Par. 
month Nias untt 
ai: —! Mpyainn 
ths fenced 
oa cone oxce ent schools, ° 
lit. WoO. 4- 
#. DY NLOP uptown of. 


AREA. 7 bedrm. cot- 


N—Charming. 


VACAFT—$125 MO 
Tmmaculate rambler 3 bedrme. 
bath. i m. din ora. tedar's 
kitchen; fenced-in var nr. pub- 

ial =. Avail. 
w WRIOGRT. J 


po arve 
Patio ery nic : 


aoe. a 8 oy 
dD 91137 


ATE’. 
GEORGETOWN. Well-Turnished T- 
rm. houre wit arge garden 
$250 Exclusive with 
7-2480 


INC DU 
70 | bier 


ST. —Tire auto 
nicely} available 
.<* LTY, 


Broker | ' 


bedrms.. bath, liv rm. 
rm. screened 


Avail. now 
FP BEGO 
weekends 


: 
RENNEDY A° “AND 
f 


disposal. 

washer 

now 
Oo 


is 
"eatihe 
u ned. “his, AR 
OLD. c U. &. A. iret.), 


Lee her. 


. 4 
opeer iE ge. ¥ 

a yard Mm. ae 
ease. $1) 


’ arace. 
porch, storage att 2-car « e Siidres. 


on utifully landscaped acre. 


5 16th st 135. 
a Dath. : r equipped kit... fenced yard. 
Beni ne Pp i v shopotn bus Fy 
- rome PALES cnt - 3-bedrm 
p-| dler, tiled bath. “saulp kit.: 


di sh wosher large yard Pe pe 

furnished. Call WO 

time Saturday or Sunday 
Guns 


. path: "Toree corner 
ot 
= ‘Detached FALLS CHURCH—5924 Ariington 
baths bivd Lasse Series Colonial. 3 twin- 
sized bed 1% bdbaths. screen 
in basement. 
lot. New! 
AGE MA8BO 


Enciish type 4 bedrms 


porch recreation rm 
garage Penced » ROR 
FA 


basement rambler; 
conditioner. 7 
able now. s 


er 
WEST HYATTSVILLE Brick ram - 
bier . luxuriously fur- 
s. ge. basement. 
ony. we a 
ge Very. reas. 


store “and 


—Attrac- 

furnished, ist floor. 2 sun- 
3 bedrooms. 2? bathe. 
5330 Pre. 
234, 

room| F 

ome. rent §& months 
$140 per mo 


y 
aT & Hock Greek tached center 


ie Btss @ hall: Z 
6r rooms. 3 baths, rec. toom,: 48 decorated: 3-sto 4 
3 OL. 23-2062. aths on 2d Ped : 


orege, Sit orehes. ofl b.-wh Fenced lot. 
teched 2-car garage 175 me, 
EL WA “es 
y. Kx * 


ern 
held. Quiet 


tivel 
re 


reasonable at 
Miss Corbin. —e bedrm . 
2 eal immed me ed 

cal America Security & 


riek 
pavect 


{rom_ eee 1; 
'* 


mall house 


CHA 
Cathedral cabastion and 
scl ools 22-8752. 


2-, 3-BEDRM. APTS. 
HOUSE TYPE 
Completely Furnished 


JEFFERSON VILLAGE 


ANC 
17 ARL. BLVD. FALLS CHURCH 
DAILY 9 TO & SUN 12 TO 
5500 


5 ‘ 
3. 
HOUSES ae ai 


A —Attr mi - 
det. house oe "washer. 
Bets conv. Wasisen $89.50. TE 


~~ ory mi 
rm... Rw A. t. ff 
rec taira to attic: chy 
and trae. wy 


room 
newee. newly decorated. $138 per 
lot et. enport, 


Tia cet 


_— nth 
7. eal Petat 
1 heal 
ot ar. NOL—. Immeac 
lige. Demt.; 


Sn h. 


065 

ALEX.—Older redec, ho —¥ 
‘ar 

he oeth Vi a. 


upiex, Immediate 


5 
2-be 
rm sseaninn 
335 Port "Drive. diate pase 
ix foom house. 
soumaes inet rch yard. gar.: 
ig 80.5 “$0820 transp.. schools. 


with incom 
rms. = bath. ee kit... ‘din. 
rm & perio: wall-to : 
Sy'p. op . in we wy pave rent! 


3-br, brk. 


frepl achools 
47815 


brick. 2 baths, frepl., 
rm.. thermostat heat Pm 
School bus at door in. 


nell 
ere Lie baw “= 


h' washing 


aks iat ii 


“29 9th St. NE. 


Row brick. 9 rooma and bath. Gas heat Vacent. 


718 13th St. NE. 


8 rooms, 2 baths. Coal heat 


330 12th St. S.E. 


Brick. 6 reome and bath. Oi heat Btove. 


741 13th St. SE. 


Row Spates 5 rooms end bath Gas space heater. Cook stove. Ne refrig. 
Upetaire being re-papered. V 


419 Ath St. S.E. 


Row brick. 8 rooms and bath. Off heat. Stove and refrie. Kev in office. 


JOHN F. DONOHOE & SONS 
314 Pa. Ave. SE. 


UNFURNISHED HOUSES FOR WHITE 
$.E., $115.00 304 4th St. S.E., $75.00 


Apactous brick Base 3-story,. “se 

4-bedroom. bath. on 2nd fir. Liv- and bath. Ot] heat. Steve— 

ing room. dining room. kitchen. refrigerator. No children. Key 

\% beth on ist fir. Pull baemt., in office. 

2-story brick ca 

Private driveway. 12 4th St. 
Row brick. 9 


414 ots St. N.W,, 

— cen iter te tithes. 
209 11th St. $.E,, $100.00 
Row brick. 6 roome and be 


eat high sn he "et 


Kev in office. 


No refrie. Key in office. 


LI. 3-0084 


BI4 A Se 


semi-detached 


race rear 
Key in office. 


N.E., $100.00 


Brick 6 rooms bath. Coal 
heat Stovwe—no relrie Detached 
garace. Kev in office 


1507 G St. S.E., $85.00 
Row brick. § rooms and eam. 
= heat. Stove. Vacant. No key 
yet. 

112469 Old Bladensburg Rd. 

Wheaton, Md., $75.00 . 
Det pebed a on 2 acres 


4802 Clarke St. 
Boulevard heheh Md., 


Oil cireulat- 
eleton key. 


$105.00 


fan ben heat. *R¢. 
1316 E. Cap. St., 
pee Te ae 
brat Sigve tnd 
JOH F DONOHOE & 
314 Pa. nee SE. 


a 
cached "er 
a “ade 


THE WASHINGTON and TIMES HERALD) $ALL 8 __ 44) SALE, Dc, Hou HALE, D.C. HOUSES _ 64) - HOUSES SURB.MOUSES_67 MD. SALISUBURB, HOUSE 
30 Saturday 15, 1958 TSRRIIN TPR — cheat | rk semnigee : : c 
dai achaas 


ote dad melt Pains. 4 sand tin <4 tae SP oR. AMERICAN U. PARK ri 


OPEN SUNDAY, 2 TO 6 rie) 
Ss tid eee Feltz | "| ORaatae treo, "Dis “Oke ates 4846 Albermarie St. NW. J. LEO KOLB CO, 


| ° Level ee 6-rm. and bath 
BUSINESS ‘PROP. SALE 48 | Go brick - 
edrooma, oll Beat, — aaree uipped, ho tee, Brick; carpeted 
ot west end of own FOGGY BOTTOM om. aad cases ond tian. bit binds. draperies; 36 
4-4787 wowls seneres foract wide. peer oe irae: ‘ars ofterin ~~ i gist 1 peeveral i. ait 
56 


od = 
fo , ler bemt. ro pre spa ace ana “facilites for res % Famers r ~ Bho ies he i al ei et immed. . 
Ye ea shows ee 1 cS. cee *ErOYD ~ | as ' . Mr, ; we” ct? . sone d-bedroom brick and frame ram- 
Tiel faa lars atten 4100 6. and appt, to view. ¢ : ie K vr eg J pares , Ottis * "heh v Lia = eh 
a 7 . -t ; ata ea —~- WOOD ‘. -23 AMERICAN v. PARK —aci om apagee ted: SH ERMAN CIRCLE ‘ ’  ®, Det aa:2 and bath : fe Ma . Bh . = Bets. RS ee 
. . viet ae : : rooms. : . . : . e Bt | 
ave. — Redec. 2- WE vm MALL PARCELS, tone C-i. in ine.) lev ree .. tn. éin.| «> 5110. ee ESPRONT PORCH ad “ os - me 8 + agpes = ¢ Tear: Seer oe 4 "Senter | WOOD AG ACRES 
ony. to Nave $100 hougins development wat demands| rm. kit. 3 spa th 4 A. GILL : at big, desuti? PATROOER Moss. MO. 2-6020 + 4° . loan, a het 2 see. 4 


home with 6 lee. -6867. <i ine nang xen PIS | 2's baths atteched gar. screened 
were 2 Seer. aeons wen, ~~ STORES, RENT vy P P 
Town House +8, Sun orien | Wood Acres Constr, Corp, 
rox. 2000 sa { floor space, | boo lot 3-car metal aarace. | 
PEP al Nie m e Tor | . 
WAREHOUSE SPACE, Rent 50 "ARNABY WOODS — immaculate peers SHIP RRACE OPEN SUN.” "To '7 pace, dish AD. 2:3100 Jar rerecaraiag aed is 


me. _ , ca oppine center 25 80. -} 2nd fl: vee. rm. porch, : : tienden is this fine : rs. 4, > home Re all is} ‘ 
ae ee . hz. °¢- 900. HA. 2-6693. W. | clare By pemost and trans ” HY a HS. 24 pe ~ = : be Ad bathe a homes. 6 ond 7 rme 
i i 7. m ! fy rms. 2 reer eon- 1 reh hen 
3 Colin es | AROKERS INC. Realors. ween | crete fr. iy t.: COLORED ventional fimancine Sag ble, 
ty power ANACOSTIA—Detacned | = > pete Beet: ; : . AVE. 
Avis "Co. 1629 K &8t. NW. NA le: & rms. 3 bedrm a ow ree ~~ ; etached 4-~ vy an 
- 17TH AND ‘a oT. NW. f combination storm windows: perth Mice lot. “Sho payments only “er in. * NATL REALTY «I : coats yet om reom tm 
ing rm 
I-bedroom brick in g00q location. Aperes. Suez. 00 fl. of Deas Sea, Harima eaity, inc. O rong 1743 13th ST. NW. maamens ee -2121.| OL. 4-360 Bree. O© 32-7998 
schools: one floor, AGBA ak ms C , U. 4.3400, LU. ,% ee J ER MOSS. HO. Gi a mt. fe) 
‘fu 3 te ICK SLDGS.. ca. 10xi4; 24-11. | f°Rty, Bhirance fore -oclace has from i “oop. peat Gaitiond ek. nemigetached ; - “ eas 8 rooms nh 2 ue 
immediate poss. Saaee : ful living, room with Arepiace. has } er : . beme Ave. rick. sem ed: . 7a 6 
Aliso - io viev9 Ge. ave. © | lovely scteened porch overlooking = T é fine eénd.: full bar | : $ ] 50 


ee C0: dining bath and rents hor reveran, Please call Mr. Munt, > Bath 
MD. Vildwood W'H’SE SPACE Wanted “SOA iS Fete hb tiled tele. | ee eee f-6908. ALL ki 4 Bedrooms— arns Our loveliest rambler tn this 


; c * i ‘2 ’ a * . ™ . = - 
i Comeres : | Walker & areas: | ee ~ land ar Finished Recreation Rm. oting Tati he wail, 
u 


er rm. is: | WANT TED—To rent 3000 or) tu J0.2-2 
ode on . i NE sect. wrele; ; hs frepl my i DOWN Ol . Pr =e bitch Hisia Theater 
Ete 2 "ins Reas sx 3-0398 ull _ ground amazingly $ 
29-1831. or C bat t j}| te FP Exceptionally fine land ity Park. he oem, 1a -bath -$500 noo Keasonavic s y on “ ecre cane seted te ~ oe tamil y 
“thie. et o<3n00. WAREHOUSE SALE 1) ‘Sintecroot. Pils Wont 18 Price Nit bans Patna iteen dae. | fase : | Galng.sn "che PaEw pie 
S.¢ ° eet ape} ELL. Call until 9 RE spot rch and new col newly dee. gin rm. lee seal Ti, it Dn unbes ce JU 9-7018 or OL. 4-56 


- 4 ok 
ru. AUTRE pegeerms nd Mi'NE, Approx, 7000 09. fur tide 25° COLONIAL INVESTMENT | Box ‘a(* corners, assume. latte 4% | full MALTY me TENRY CACO in the pa as | FARKWOOD—Clows Naval 
WES She UIELE t) alley; truck entr. rear. "ya, -5046 Sigeecs, sana, — rR witt 0s st" ’ 1104 Vermont Ave. 8.W. CO. §-1988 mn. (Other models . 
S-bedrm. house. Convenient to INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY 52 artiy and completely ftestored . CO. ral hitches wi tang 
is, shopping center and tren | Seepinash,  spasions weles  Iee- - ME “COLDRED —- snes . 
enc yar yero aa . spac wae &- — |e 
children. Mile a Industrial | Land 1 for Sale| lish” garden and outdoor living | MASS. AVE. NE. ba Ke From Wisconsin 
106 R room with large sarcomas. 308 oy *. 1014 Speci - 
cakes re oy aft. modern kithcen. 3-car pk: : SALE B Y OWNER Brick. 9 aw 2% baths. ofl heat.| Sus home. tr ~~ 4 so bamt.. oii wood RA. ey mt 
Ace, $) er, AD. 2-2875. 


| om none wood tera nt = Sea ose modern 
790 dn. bwas ; : or unt eas La ss r 
i rad | | oe oa ge oy / | ao oot 7: y rd. tale 208 id; | Greentree na Sigs ar left on eaten. Kito ound LOOKY HERE! 
. 2 vail, Mev. 1 ! ; sansibi od f.. bemt.. ise lot: ae 8 ie eS zit ei e 3 oan + esumed : 
r .. Call Mr. Caston- | i 8U y | a fae 9] SAMUEL. E oe nec. <4 > Pelt BQO - 3 & A 
iW 5 *h—& rooms, hard- Joh nF Donoh & So |W ‘NA, 86-8375. eves. DU. 7-| 13% Bat oh roams. NO MONEY DOWN | OPEN SUN., 5 OL. 6-7800 2-61 By Ss. 
wee Lesaeed penvenient to| Onn F. VONONOS ns pte iis ", en ng fm Area | qualified veteran. ean now pur- 4807 ARKANSAS fee Nw. | SETHESDA — Lovely caustom-ballt is BEDROOM 
2-B228. ‘1 n CHAS ality construc- enase ¥ prick Beme in Pat Breaktast” ; with Srepi.. din. , i center hail. ‘aa4 |, alee 2 -Moder 2-bedroom | SPLIT LEVELS 
| reaklas ; : Dis er! ; 


Delle led r — | rit liv. rm. din. rm. 
KE; ipa Del ishiful 6- COMMERCIAL SITSS ner } ixeel.| br Arepiace, store Fm end tached. rains dwelling lings 1% “bai athe on on n ae fir faity Se Fa nae space, |’ > erulat FROM $14,550 


ac 
" nr eu roome in “ 
smisetoee full basement. aly. fFrontine on Ses? Chev cedar closet, Extra room and bath) Kec liv inine ™ tance to gehqois. 
e “Excellent location can iat sche istance pu $| iopemt N roam astate "Eitchen ‘eal 6 REA DM oe7| ETS on as Lax bame Co pullt-tn R mine L..% d Sag gplished TO $15,550 
for 


| Ewinssine, bee b ea 5500 DOWN hes q . a ' 
Brice arage immed. poss HIGAN PARK 8 parege. anx fares "epalt an TR $0 DOWN Gl 
riced P3 low a” ih Ley Ss Loe | MIC eves and Sun. 
. CHECK "ROOM CONCESSION—For BRO | 7 SUNDAY 2TO.4 P.M. 10 al . ) 
‘ oveiyv 
Mee] CHEVY ao D r mov- eet bricks. only 12 xeers oi4;| rooms, nice "iitchen end earn $3700 per 
f t i - : th Be trv dub Hy site. LE py only § 
RESTAURAN -— i: eq ylnDe ed: > tached, brick Colonial in a moss | home a bedrms..__ well-cau! TOTAL MONTHLY BR E4086! Sled 9 BMA ent ouly. roomy tui ar pared. rome) oe — Uement. everyining, “pisces 
Paes a. ‘i ome: | must ftertice. Bait & 3530 | Se ent i, wr yy + on nee. i-bus fare: $0 NOTE APPROX. *aphNcEn. REAL 
24 floor. ft 
; ht! 
s<bath rec. | Tor lease in La Plata, Md. on Rt | ently. enelaged “rareee, W. B Pe a qetached Colon Living irections popaine sé te PEN BAT AND 8U le Motern 
CHEVY CHASE — $17,950; excel. a a ton, , f Sirs oe Vive. Sale by owner and save moner ‘cornet drapes — Tole" 
A . . 


ent. Conn, eve. restaurant. Phone LINC. te on of town: beautiful modern pati jou are & veleran | 
7-9768 afte . C.—Owne atital view 
3i002..- | twenties thap 3 rears ole Mepis, A t lee yards all fenced: spotiens 
location ; A 
a suitable, i nw ¢ ’ empee dormitory room UA 2 CORED BARGAIN 
f tia RESTAURANT _| on 3a" excellent “Sitenen Bos. INE $90 COL 
bier, with full basement and rec- ; Out n t. ize. kit. , thing 
yeation ru rm pe i aR Available Gall | shy "PER pat ®-008_recuired. WRIGHT. EM. 35-5600. 11) 9 p.m 44 in = paneled i ae East PERSON TO. Ren cr ad. overs +18 sh-| 2¢ ft. equip. uit: 
Be ee . Oo 
P erat ANT io, sale. downtown TK, home for entertaining: recep sta offers? . c 1 lghwar EE IT Now 


OL ~ Wassukien, Va. Pully equipped and ail. ise. liv. rm. din. rm ~~ dy.4 Mr O'Haean. R Ss BE E IT's TOO LATE tions auiet eet conv, 
e bedrms.. t% baths, 4 fire- ood bedrms.. carage. bamt.. of! h.- h.: M excelient m7 ahor 
alex 17x27 tiv. rm walled a; . pod condition, eens CORNED | quiet area. conv. to shows, tr Base. JAMES L. DIXON & co Foegagage ares ‘ ce of aise ” nedrooms 


- ‘ t n : 9 
arden: $115. FE. 3-3473 * sir Reas down pymt RICHA SI “72 KE._7-0908 ' U. 73-4767 ww. 4 y, +. | Rial: 
ATION Erma shen tHe > ‘ erite 15| STEDMAN, AD. 4-8756 | fe ini e gy Rg 3 a | aaa | on, 34 floor Pe 
; arpeic ay uray. Vv ™ Offie ours : ick bler ha large iving ’ 8 h morteace 
, "esed cond. ae Dai ay ANT 1 r it. ell eapd CHEVY CHASE. D.C | UPPER NORTHWEST 2 | Monde? ie wat ease =. a orner home on. roam _aeparaie: Ses ae all- Aigo ieee riced at) SHANNON & LUCHS 
ves.. : arece ; , te + . - 
er SF ale only old age RA. 6- 1474, 2-Fami y Home | DETACHED BRICK COLONIAL |” Ag transp.. at park; 2 bedrme., | end 2 baths. recrestion room Niee | | eit Eves. Mr i.) $000 Conn. Ave. KE. 17-1800, 
“CHOICE LOCATIONS BERVICE ~ STATION for lease by $17,950 — 14-year-old . mod. kit.; t possession, term = RB ad pas NOW.VET SPECIAL 
maior 0! 4 Bedrms., 2 Baths tom built at fip VA —E ACHED | fo suit jou. Rogers Reslty Co. MA.| 433.600. ‘Cail. ED G ECTAL — 
FALLS CHURCH AREA ex. Va. Space avail- ; Wa & CO., INC.. CHEVY CHASE. de ST. MICHAEL’S—618,500. Large month in 


ble for. mi H NCOME . > EB CONS ent condi- excellent 
of e for. minor repairs. Cali JA od. Kit. th fir Ree thls Tuxury home if pest_of 16tn COLORED VACANT — pe mS a 73. 506. Va- brick Sutrance “hall, ¢ en. aren.  & kiten 


$95—610 Meridian lane: 2-bedrm tease h ; — ° ; . 
rambler: newly decorated sale com piet or 81 bl . full he. “a 8 and Open Sunday, ] to 4A em 4- TES ropenier. sttchon, ' . kitehen The . 4a ment. partially Enispe 


radiant { = 
; ine of ne oes Sb e mo .  3f *¥ Sa: he; rec. Tm + ice. bedrm 
heat; storage attic; sodded jot. | Eine. Rew she i. "aoe o aired s, to con. 3 of -#t with bar. tah wens Sere. 268%; ) 892 Sh pherd St. NW breakfast room: ground level base-| baths P ER-| foom; Wh - 
rooms. 4-yeir lease. Own : lessed Sacra beara , larce rare: detac a e ~ :, . ec room with fireplace. VIEW Submit Gl. price 
$135—Poplar Heights, the ae ‘ 5 Afayette school. u Bool 3-26 - ; | 7 -6650, "COLONIAL 
fas because of iil mealtn 3) 
Pails Church community with its Sirauss sun roo r ‘ COL —— 


: ick 
__ P, — " dj : Jarge yard.| Good ne 00 
own owimiming pool and recreation Si oT excellent $22 950 Open Sat and Sun. 8 ; 2 dition EALTY $555. MOONERS ~ 
Sc, eigen tegen: | Sa are ent comet | gee Aik “a, ith tay wae Sake oo Pec deMci he bbebetowrry| stcite-t ieee! Ce 
‘ >| yr. jee ome. 6 a }\, a img Ofric 
he ag GL + = R500. fot. Deine, ‘as er yy FREDERICK W. BERENS 9. NU Coll “tl 9 1012 or ae *% Pt 2. lie —At ve © residence of ojalenia! near Indian Springs Coun- MIDDLE AGED FOLKS 
Saar: ‘wooded © lot storage att tic - is | en, ee, ene ov SALES, INC. ST NW After ae M bv. 7- geod §=rooms. aA pul section, Club. 3 large bedrooms, This is the house for you because 
Cp 4314 Hami! A, ° yattsville. COLORED—4 rooms. cas heat I hear Conn. Ave il basement, ' ° it is 80 INEXPENSIVE. 0% 
minutes to Pentag 4 WwW -4205 _!' 1722 ST. NW. NA. 8.5000 a pone. eS " recreation room om. 1606 8th <e earaer. unusual “Hot. Only ‘= : : deep- | | pll-brick vambier : 
$150—Columbia Pines, beautiful tat opportunity a secure ne aa CLEVELAND PARK—An exception- OPEN, 1-7 P.M DETACICED t efit OmIAL - jess wt > pan —— arse sleeping porch: ful mt ; 
subdivision, near Annandale: néw) on small investment. Will realize 8) value at $21 500: au NEW SPLIT-LEVELS IN D.C. HOUSES WANTED, te BUY 65 . ee pice jot: vegetanie garden; close 


’ 8 , 
3-bedrm large pice | Smmedinte return imvestment se- tr all -brick ’ nis tion to school; ip an econom cal 
ture windows: : ; pull-| cured. Address all ‘replies to Box hi chi desirad'e. \o- GI—ONLY $900 DOWN $21,950 A a er | ety. Priced considerably be- poms Fy a up- 
oo v : 


down stairway No. 839. Post new $3000 mod a. ASTERS VENUE A AND ARG liv rm. with Greplece. fam- 
disposa), dishwasher. ¢!) range For LEASE—Beaut ifully equipped J ook 24 flor, Re AD. ARK NP ris “Sine din. rm, arse modern - . = : Graham & Ce. JU 5- 6010 
and refrigerator. spacious lot . -au kitchen ate tance’ Bu mee gy FB Se -~ See space. ree. cas <. only, Call twin-size bedrms.. rec. rm. 2'¢ SPRING —Close-in. Owner —— 
Larchmont Realty, - } fut opportunt: wer at party, He and parochial Unusua} be 5. 2% atee Venese lot with shrubs and sortie Sores windows ca- - - path ~ | WANT TO LIVE — 
uxent transp. KE il 9 room, ist-level bed- x earece: excel | weet rm. 3-full-be) 4 
at JE 3-721! tuxer Bar. Lexington astiry este ee INC. , ‘ living | tr choo n e fen a. ie inigh ed I 
iariiresate ‘oj TERACO pet 2 | Reali ee = Oe BiRtCT FROM OWNER foe Aeehggereeit 894-500" Owner.) ervtenend wege gare ag e PAINT BRANCH 
th firep! ace an serv: ee _station or lease; ' . 
1 ting: 3 bays. 6 pump jodernis zed sta- ey ESS th te Near 3 one Conventional | RS A. HU HRIES 5 - 38 ——= | $19,500 if sold FARMS? 

FE tchen ' a) | tion: parkin for 4 cars, For in- 9-ft ¢ t© 2 was Ave shes. 8-$020. pene Prince Geo yo : roper' CHEVY Y CHASE, | nines ca) ef the pretties sacbiem. 


r 
attached carport t formation Li. 7-051 oo 
oneal yar i Biock to € e GIVING " gervice station, will . i asoras oo “ne lowest Price in this sectiog 


rms., : » east to oe Cod - 
ac hoo!: immediate possession: $130 : - a bs: sh t; deep Jot n ut 3 ] 0 Cc AVE SE Dev or Right Bia be peayeil al pltchen: 1 large ‘screen BIL AE BPR in % bedrms.. lovely fireplace in larae 
4 month er Lara a. abas | all stock, t and other , ae ; and —~K nue to , WF ern ay et 3 6" . “TMM MEDIATE At fevel® Poa » - 2 7 a4 OWNER ANS ERRED | iv i ks sroqnes are beautiful. 
-~8500 a drop i '« ticl or $1, no good : finished bsmt $18.! » | or cx »s 

1} b} * ; ' eu) 4 ale 
geiisen bivd—_ set brick, bitver seat a! oing business, Call 8O.| HARTMAN REALTY, INC. “Enterprise Realty Co. Brick, a rms, a 5 boas ogem of ence. MM. ca CHEV Y CHASE REALTY CO ASSUME GI TRUST (Graham & Co. JU, 35-6010 
Spring. | JU, 7-667 anal i, MARKET nr. U of Md. Good CONGRESS I line BA.2-2400 TA. 29-7760 RBA. 2-571) wo af ne me. a wie ce Re | Cape Cod, ee veers oid 
COLORED—-RIVER ~ TERRACE | eizhberhood $95 rent Cor. loca- ld: owner; brk. det Cape Cod is — ““willoughty meal "“Meacen Co — below actual market value rf , 2 =. “tt: NO MONEY “DOWN 
LA. 6-7043 al bo 


tion. with hard-to-get beer license d ‘ can be “a 
siodere ee oil _h. 9g $29 50 set, wa rt A pymts. Lee Re- A n. rm., rm with firepingn OPEN 2 TO 5.30 SUN ou ay wanting pore pee Ee: oe 1 x . we ett) have « hewsee that « 
~ - 7 ‘ aity Co. -4205. nook. ull} COLORED ase ' tors osema 
OL.—Conv located; hs, i a Bchoo . ‘Spacious! echools. shopping. panes Lee. | 
“9.9274 SANS fall psmt.: ine fenced lot’) NEW LISTING—POREST MILs | OPEN pow no 2 yo 6 AC , eeomeus | OT" ‘morig 
rans Reas ite $21.450 


high 
front semidetached Ry ns: | Riggs 
bedr 


— 
ern 6- ’ ay 0 $300 Will sell on terms ' 6.2000 . oe full, bat 
full bsmt.. yard, as . $110) 25% RETURN ON Newcomb st SF JO. 2-1068 Oper 4610 30TH ST. NW PROM 60. ALTOR. 502 ave. 9 to} ____ 
iment a as HAPLIN' gr. st INVESTMENT DUPONT CIRCLE AREA 428,300 Rake 238 © yfilh ite Rane iB cner Mat call pte: | Slang of | SILVER SPRING — “\DE’LUXE RAMBLE 


; Surrounded by embassies. i —— oma 
New ali-brick house with charming DF house has fire-| Charmine white frame heuse jr | 638 FARRAGUT PL. NE. CHEVY CHASE, MD. man-veveraes ean — oo “* zasee, Saeraems ‘. mie 


full basement in Giass- | Blace in 18-f¢t : } bedroom en , 
~ Wy -, 6% cluded . ful rice xv rm. oe 4 ~~ Giaipe 4 i: =. 642 FARRAGUT PL. NE. si aneaeasaias Price reduc nee BLO: o. _~ Beautiful erin | Ging room comb ." 
sponsible tenant for + os & ‘ah: rea n . poreh apes Seotien with Modern brick homes with base- ¢ - itehen wi 
treat 309 Masr ave. nw $12,900 eer meth. | Eves, | - tr ! ) pond.  Gerage, Also for) ments. refrig. range and venetian ChE A 2 r ool ar~ in perfect condi-| - | 
is al Sor fre re fe . $5400 as reauire eG 6585 eves + Weekends. RE rent xclusive with biinds. Almost new: immaculate Ate REA TY 0. hedrm. Directiy across street from | 
a STANBERN CONSTRUCTION CO. | ' RA 3-4n84 RU. 3-3316 2 or p-bedem CHEVY L a i vechool. $16,950. 


LO. 17-8686 WOODWARD & NORRIS | 1. F. BEGG. INC | CHAPMAN REALTY, INC _s ery F, ae} te a ve 
ores eS REL PS enema s| Paar "BSPrOR™ pes wenn st v0m) COLORED LOOK | Si “cad bs You Ws CEP BrP | ees we pt AMOS 
ist NATL. REALTY y: ’ | or Your as| BIG FAMILY HOUSE ere, congue re a att FASHION 


A : nr. military base. .# t | - 
Ps machines: 7 op- } a. | NAME YOUR he brick rambler 
homas Circle NW _ 7-353 license " CHARM ORT AND COLORED—ATTENTION RENT—OPTION TO = rr¥t Lecated weet of Conn. ave breerewar to ecarage. Thi an Wen't mean 6 thing te your wife 
| DO W within on fae7 Walk to Rosemary deal home for anyone with «6 4 utiful Hot- 
HOUSES Furn. of Unfurn. 42 mn —. ¢. Box CONVEN TENCE “? MONEY ,* DO N PAYMENT n her echeols and eart condition. n sep. din 


' a ra... 
, 101 : As CAR NA AVE a FAU * ww _ ft asees =. appraved 
~.- fe ey “BUS. OPPS. WANTED S6A ee — nee i oll oo Ne | hee ke BEM. PORCHER baths; det brick com, den ls Brick Cape Cod—Near shopping| can vet ort-"s JOHN 
2-bedrm.. brick ho $150 per be restored we f-- i reas prices. eet reat $150 mo. en coms! and schools in_ Sliver ing i . 5-18 COLONIAL 
brick lease. MRS. GA AIL. WADE ‘DE Taveay "Show $1200- s1nto Me - & a ve two exceptionally am ayments. Call Li | eee 6 2ND NW. i rms. under" $i be ‘aun ; 4 2 baths on second bedrms. Only 618.500. A ap-! 
~" 3 evile 18 | Be “ely. amerber'b is Y Price Geo. | attractive " ones avallable at very tO ‘iA 2 732 TUCKERMAN nw a wil Pee Se aa or ®. bed and pisyroom OF! sroved. ri) 
at oeet rye ings Cay | RRR Baa MA Pat 2p Se Nw Open Sunday, 1 to 6 | 710 FARRAGUT NW.—7 ewe. PAWL Ems —went—se| Wiholit, whi 3-300 "tl 9. | Rothing damn te reverent. Beteac| fares Vine em 
ea. Lloor furnished. Reas. LU. MONEY TO LOAN S8A we also have one larger remode}- nm sunday, ° | 1234 INGRAHAM nw. —8 rms. | CHEVY, CHASE Price SLASHED! | G1. loan. j-bedrm. brick rambler. large Kitchen n: heated 
~_ * ist & 2d trusts: | tb Rae mperese  Sryune- (526 PEABODY ST. N. W., | 18TH & S STS. NW.—12 rms. Fran V8 nt fee: lA— 3 beat brk. Colonial home. slate i%» baths ie bamt. This one you up. Pull bemt.. 
a liv 


(near Benning rd.). Open Sunday. 
t 


rms., apt main house must see 
~ long mo. gor i Bemidet b . ~~ 4 en » ares. sail below Gl apor 
igo. liv, rm. Kit fyi bsmt. _ Jone ters: low Inc.. A 2644 a} ,S bath oa on" a er ey, tg ee = 16TH & SWANN nw.—10 rms.| besutitu crounds. rent, $259 ~ wwe exp . * BLANCHARD, REALTOR 


heat r- : 
ny ! r ° NE —7 rms. sale under 000 A ryer. (ey "39 a THe? M. 
ANTED TO RENT 44 INVESTMENT STOCKS 59 ceienf price and term er PRED EHRLICH stop DONT eae at sr | QRNOLD Cok A. . Law 20s, sPRIN F ‘ 
Ro TRADE. | — ; MAS. S756. NA. 8 od, £16 ed $15,750 BUILDER S 


| Por information and appt. to view 
BETHEADA NW — CHEVY CHABE TAX LOSS CORP. | cal Mrs. Richardson, RE 76585 2019 16h Oe. OW at SOL INVEST. °C . 3-5307 


ala Taunatistely for dipiomatis| D , $70,000 ved awerkends ine COLORED €55 be oe oi oa CREEK FOREST te me ote C T 
or om € e n rea stat 7 ere ee ' . ; u lot 

— iy: a bedrms. 2 baths, mares) ee less. Reasona ie. Write WOODWARD & NORRIS GI RED a a oe ‘will  SEMIDET RICK ood |LOSE-OU 

room: $350 month ree: to Box M-389. Post-TH Realtors. __ 723 20th St. Nw somigetpence . 5-RM. MOD. a eras th lee tak ep ren. c. h 5 ee service. 10026 

Barges Ke kWSTWO'. ISS. |REAL ESTATE LOANS 60 aro w [idee “ustdha WeltySeed te 013,098 Rented ereenhouss giiashed adi) Ginss’ ge : a | SUBMIT YOUR OFFER 

TNFURN.—3- RGaTOes ance : 5th AND JEFFERSON oes 


a he 4-bedrm. brick bat fu 2 aout with pine-paneled 


2- bath house. TAs IN ONE DATootd an trek sed. ad tarall — J. nt, appr FHA app 
Chase or NW section pre- CAS ONE DAY—2d & 3d trust | , celle we stan rec rm. and ot) heat; lovely yard.! Beautiful Colonisl. 6-rm. Pric _ i be ~ ect 0 —_ Bet. ndges S . Builder will sacrifice for im- 
ferred Mature epie. No. nildren } s. x x. i an ime > ; por ‘reetient logation. te “— re Wy tne! Be ot $20 pee. Yd fie AND + so Ce. I ; tt mediate sale Wis ine 
. Car ; ime bs 343 re ng 
Rent: $140. F d. Exclusive, J. C. Chatel. ERBER EA ie GO mes re 4 x 2 bedrms and ba —— rte 


eae aes eae | z 3-137 . COLORED—TRINIDAD | ot hue 34 a i oy, 986 uenced Yard is 


eee Westmoreland Circle 
te D. bus —New 


PERTY MANAGEM'T 44A. ORGETON — 
rates. 7 M 3 . opping. lovely. 6-rm : ana back KDA i-S. or Call Mr Paul i. 
NELLE LOWE © REALTOR GRRE ora ros ; . | A UMPHRIES i wal bet: igs. back yd. with picket od’ fheara, A atepm nib-etee. 


¢ “ih ‘ . ° . . jot; “SPRING -- tiled floors. . 
HO. Bay Md. Va, D. 29 po » ° ama!) ed oont will handle Fence. kaa Owner ang towers SILVER IN kitchen by Westinghouse Ad- 


Lg W, VA. AVE. CONCRETE PRT. POH w 3-5600 “til 9 jacent to elementary and paro- 
ent v4 SECON ND TRUST CO... AD. 2 re! OS EM. 39-8000 tl 2 ; rr . " 
OFFICE, 7 Pact, —— “gt Fil bus 24 ° st notes. D. C. Ee pe tit th On bee Ww. ave. is this ve R ' N : " ~— you'll Honey oon chial schools Monthiy 8 ayy 


election: “ah Colonia} brick with for on const i page pormente ser SS 


A A ~~ 2-FM. wites, wen rp?, eas. » os si: N j ’ front fT. look years spe- 
offices avail. Be ec. wae Oho new medium « Bey AT: rvs porches. full bamt waule. | eat pow t 9350 UP CLUB “= a price. 4 Rambler 30 YEAR,.NOTHING DOWN 


love! } " _ TO QUALIFIED VETERANS 
3 1312 -5833 me pien tiie. DE rated. ya hs gg $750 | —e. ree. rms | Necrms. iy , oe pozeciate this brick rel-) 4 bdeoutiful erie rambier = with Excellent Conventional Financing 
Ma —Air-cond.~ office. 340° fir. BA iow RE LTY sitors | fasd is all you need to move im.) windows « Ne ' Qaly 918.500 | fast 32. 800 OL. 6-s600, ALLIED| itis," pm, finepiace. 2TH ad Sath. | Also Avetiohis 
itimont hers. 3696. ARTO A 60. \reaecnntonc € tke TOWN or f08.800°9, be 5-yr.-old. exceptionally nice homes || & CE At + ae R ' fenced lot This | sa honey! Take| Di; Out G 


eorgian = 6ave to 
Leo " T NIA Y Call today to imepec Mrs 1 P 5 = FAL VERA : — | ‘7 | 11 aso $1950 Parker ave. turn left 2 bikes 
5 TL. REALT LU. 2-8138 366 ATLAS BETHESDA. Four. a | on “call fir t, ture 1 eo 


it AND 0 trus* ‘loans f aia wt) . Ob. 4 


di O ar . - or &8T. 7 cious 2 -oid. - 2 : wil handie. ARRIS 
per’ We jeen _RE_7-353)._ Anytime, UN. 4-3422| REALTY CO 3 ths. . Fleture rm . fee Be 


“4 > MORE in D and « ss room, pow din. H - 

810 18TH ST. NW. | ‘ Galt Mr" 'Breedman. Wash. Oe ek ee. te ee ee COLORED—SPECIAL ~ di tm in full’ bami.| $14950. WOODMOOR AG 7 FRE RICK W. BERENS. HEIDER & SELLERS 
Desirable tipste rooms and suites Loan & Trust. Bid on 7 ae Pro excellent  trensportall: n COLORED—-OPEN $495 DOWN ) schools . ; Reatiors ad PEN 9 SALES, INC. WA. 17-0196. WA. 17-4832. LO. 4-7928 
nos * avaiiad e a or Fenconal @ rent.) 5 ee Bete Exclusive. J. C. Chatel 5 oh  ; TO v Nv w . Wr ; wced to $20,600 R anedia te “a PARK —S-slars ‘brick 8 | 1722 L ST. NW. NA. 8-5000 | _ 5500 CASH 

N- ro i 4 neh, Fe * a je NN | 1 4 a Le Ra pitta in : : ; peg / ) pck nee ‘ AN BUY ODER , 
space avail. in 400-unit| Ing, additions, improvements. ~ GEORGETOW bral Bowe ? anes . rms. and bath up. screened ROR eons ~ Pose me 
3 rooms and bath on : eed i itt 


Office 
oe previes: bith rent . me. “in| o11 NEW TORK AVE: NW. 1343 30TH ST. tad 6501 j ST. 3-9433 


sq , . urtace road. As 
sire Rosemary Aote., 1929 Baste es Ett Of Wis » , ; B Jane FP Enos, OL. 8- 
UE gay TRUST NOTES Spates hata ts —eprecrperee — | sa MICHIGAN PARK “shesse ©, Saas ——— ee i 
ty Pa SP aL wee oned secon trust on room. 3 tal noe, ¢ for servants KLAND Assume oe Se G. rn Mt edt eer . » OL GARRETT PARK Q eee att dee trie kitchen "Kichen. full, bese ene 
per month on ninet ure to see this attractive bric oe eS 
| Ra eer parte rs. A. i Brats we Betinstewn ner ee | OPEN SUN “4 70 6 ' 3 oe clever r meke =, NAVAL HOSP.—NIH a pring ares.» be rooms, liv <| 516.580 Fe! yeaa 
ated. ana os painting S and "suns" 2°30 eS: oh, ~ READY TO MOVE INTO! KI or of; your n; sparen . a | screened por 
floors, etc og ey we suitable TRUST weer WANTED 61A EBS os apet with Mrs. Boyle. AD & rick home. 6 rms... 1' $4 7 . om. 5 a close elementa ry $13 950 ue House in Al a ty Split Level Ramblers 
_7-8650 seer nics as a ata ~| WRK VAMES DI Tass 3 Sos ee INC. ericloued pe Cu P- “v, h. 2. pa - : ou : ; =e freed es * ROBE RTSON | $ ] 6, 900 UP 
SHERATON MR. JAMES, DI. 7-1655 pene . ciao ie : 1% atte a esta panty pts seid exp Trooged ae a No’ MONEY DOWN 
SALE, INVEST. PROPERTY 62 &©O%* HENRY ALU WEL f PRI NG 
BLDG. | ubslantial | buy bam? ey Pass * i ont Ave. NW US 5-1968 MICHIGAN AVE, NE. beth fous & | BAteoe. “ ; } 
r 


A 
y tes © 
eS. r ime 
ISTH ST, NW. 338 e- ent Ave. HW. € perch “and study 
“AIR CONDITIONED | Se eBiht sted igsuee| (UU ale: Clin efx franiMeareh: ‘outta “seeulse:| fgeiioon fedete 
8 . ow se. | ¥ : a _ 
Modern. centrally located. Rea- BVCpLLENT INVESTMENT teal ay upstairs eds *t| FACING PARK IN D.C, [DANIEL DIENER, AD. re : : : N nice-sie adr m ee aha 
2 ROOM SUITE $100 PER MO. <a ai future, "ree | i tes fftitsteeseargy| |! ANACOSTIA AVE, NE COLORED —VACA - hot water neat, "il asian! but | : 
R MO. esr @ price EAM 3- * See 
xm one, 4 : gota f: apes | aft EN tae, wc | ae a a NEW 6-RM. SEMI-DETACHED PEACHES tig, bath of aster &. tite arse Chota weeny 6o. #48) FRANKLIN a 
“rental information. rt tad NEAR “DUPONT” Gl CLE 1ON Brick house [gedr pee _Smmmostiote i the etter level lot r+] ft fee: 920 ; = a Fe ened £ ss 575. $5001, 
HL. RUST CO, | Sosa Sane aust Supe iene OPEN SUN. 2-6 PM spopine cane xe? Heanor” ele srmt,| vali anunbchonbcuen NON “GI-SPECIAL 
| $3 te: Ma oon Price gd Pe a Ml aetna ern ec i omeres purchased an- é ITION NOTHING DOWN! 
1001 15th St. NW. NA.8-8100 Mr Wels, He. sas | Sedrms "Brick construction. 30° ood ¢ poms, ceramic Wie) ether ee © rooms, 1% baths. sereened -s FOUR BEDROOMS 
Leo "M. Bernstein Co. ; ft liv with frpl.i modern. 2 BETHESDA nished rec : on h.-w, 


pace. sa5 &.-¢ , car 

: beautiful Tit, full bemt.. gas heat. , tS inspect. rees. en ced-in yar 3 | . Por sale at GI- pulsed rice 

, ft containing | xe feom elev _ co. pe $s ‘Tu 9 ET OYD | E DAVIS CO. ie oor. J . bet702 or ceil nt peng eed s ee OPEN ] TO 6 ree t ~ - « | s.ceten tae . > eal si¢ 6. 9 assum Crugk 1 . 
® - ' eG, mode | » : , , ~ 

Mreoreot “build includes, ~CHURCH-ORGANIZATIONS | MYRON DAVY : mo. a MODEL HOUSE  saje: l-ievel living. , din. | ell sa Faiz Bh sh i wtressin te ae walk 


BRICK RAMBLER baths. de luxe Ki 
2\4 Baths—Extra Den >r walls, dayl 
(remiace : “GLENMIONT 7 4- : that sls 
t . e 


Hee ai only. $655 1629 K St NW NA. 68-0352) — RED_VACANT) ! $125, 24 trust. Ty’ | 7600 NEW MARKET DRIVE | rm. : ry | IE Gist. to 
cect, |  WHITEOR COLORED | REST —Overookige eily ely, 3318 COLORED—VA OLbal -| 3 BEDROOMS—-212 BATHS ics awe Ea z ars 


758 ae | $e Have Your Pick of Homes | “us 155 down. tae: : 
v a ree Yen DOWTOWN masieroiee , 6 ma : 407 SHEPHERD ST. NW ‘Sigs et ane ats. rose nh came with ied ‘ho Marie ASPEN KNOLLS 
a 5-STORY ELEVATOR | Ti taeee bor oF naib: @ bets . | — ‘Larse din: | 
TOR'S ‘SUITE ‘ me UM “ot h TakGe go ' car Sit oe ree rm Be ee tear ree EXCLUSIVE NW LOCATION — Siecle: r ore iced 8 . , “ ae TRADE 3 
sais cenit of ones wand or earch Bry fait on °C Carpen wh hata halt ef neers HAMP. NW. ae ¥ we -f , ‘ - 
Opie. . ow brick, 6 rms. 3 ba rec. rm. 
Pate 2 A gg 3 3 Rn kite Pea eis 1353" Mon Montague st Re deiaced ich home 3 . » ihvee vs YOUR ye . . ty OF OUR 
6008 KENNEDY DRIVE yy nai dat tchen on “spe . : proved. oni AP 
aN $46,500 71d MARIETTA PL. NW. | ie att ———* cA 
Call Wiener Completely redecorated inside: Ise, ae brick 6 rms. 2 bathe, 2 rea. to ; : 3 AND 4 BEDROOMS—2 BATHS 
ne peavey co, | bain inden ‘e's rat 2a GALLATIN ST. NW.| fi Tiegh $18,250, AND $18,950 
, * of Sesreabion room in bsm bdsm Row brick, 6 rma, 3 med. me we to . ong 4 bedroom Cape Cods; of yy: ng beens ousted 
“3500 No. Fairfax Dr. evel int convenient tin | 438 JEFFERSON ST. NW. $022 Cona EM. 2 CHEN Chee ROTTS co. See eee heme 
| Aeross frem rest: a: % 12087 30."s 4 CaN Appo m NC. Rew brick. @ rms., 2 baths, 2 kits.. — Cenn. Ave. XW. EM 3-1800 poy . ; OPEN SAT. AND SUN., 10 ‘TIL DARK 
po, One J 


4 ' "1520": ST. SE . 

Spa a RT "ee ms pr ease BETHESDA PARKWOOD | Seve romregne| ‘orn WLR ut Wah.“ 
3 : E : i 8) 429-526 peasy seat aa pan | et} ‘ache ie, '~ BONAN & FOGARTY ) 

112 er 6.50 Pak bo. Liste | "06 0, | | Continued om Following Fare Continued on Following Pase — 


LANGLEY PARK 


E- LOHR Homes 
RA. 6-3600 


DISTRICT HEIGHTS 
3 Bedrms. $13,500 


— and 


i 500 
ou. “ee. 


yanees aa af 


we 


7 EDMONSTON—4- 


ei 


ee Sais Ais = vith 


te  dinin 
ct kitchen: bsmt 


roper 
ent dinin 


rms.,and th w 
r porches, full be 

ent } ‘barn. — tig this 
ts = with 


an iNTiON” "ON NGI | 


be ‘efae, lovely, Or: 


eS dining Ke Gol; food sire 
WOOD" COMPANY 
11158 Ave 


pre. 
IN THE COUNTRY 
raat, 


ite 


tn- 


Md. 


ae 


I 


-¥ AR: LD EXCELLENT 
; BEA 


Cae Hg 
¥, rm OM WHITE 


PRICED $15,950. 


a ams 
J. ot CHATEL REALTOR 


PA. 5.0643 
ver 4:30, HU. 3-3916 


AEC 
2-dedrm. home: tile 
Sie ile rit New elec. stove. new 
. 1) 50 ole acre ground: 
oniy $1) 
lso, 


fe. gorgeous resi re for 
m or dentist with ole 
sround: 2.950 we. an 

use on . ae 3 816.500 
WAGE CK. 

Sutommert Co.. 


rt - ver 
nee arse. 615.516 4 bedrms.. 2 
es | recreation room. Cail 


Guick gaie for this 3- 
prick rambler with expe 
Close 8. 


Very 


16.400 OODSIDE 


brick 
rm 
porch 
Name 
M & CO... JU 


UR 
frome features 2 a ag SM. 
large 


screened 
full tiled bemt. with bar 
r a GRAHA 
6550 9 
. - - . tt . 
bedrm 2-bate. Cape 
t.-deep fenced lot. Sep- 
. mm. fireplace. i 
biocK toe bus and i’ 
ocks to D. C. commuter's train. 


cellent terms sarranced LO 
4900. HTGOOINS oo ARRISON., 


Cod; 200-ft 
= a 
mm. 


tor 


A 
VERY LARGE ROOMS 


ne you goatve RA. In this 
ped 


’ -bedroo alow 
.~\ rs to apare belroom 
on , ioe Walking distance to 


Sat . and shopetn fe; 4 T*: 
ea EL 
Close | oghools, 
caine % z 


arp 
with separate dining room 
and yy _oG 
rms. AM & CO 
ti) 9. 
country home. Desu. trees. 
ah? oe 5 he 


or other easy 
" . & 
on on te Rad 


AIL WADE 

ores, Mont- 

ata 

Long Meadow Woods 
Startling New Split-Levels 
4 Bedrooms—3 Full Baths 
$24,950—VA 5% Down 
Exceptional Conventional 
Terme 
nein ey 


Out 
at Naval Bospita) te > Cedar lan 
Loc and bens right to 


Acacia fea a Aca te Lin fen 
vererse to ie Bordzee lef 
Klnesle to Elemere, right to 
eadow Woods 
Long Meadow Woods, 
Inc. 


70 


OPEN SUN. 2 to 5 
2417 LYNDON ST 


ely rm. brick 


ter at 
est vas 


4 DAVIS 


yest Park Pare Tr. 


wo by 


THOMAS E. LATIMER 


SPLIT LEVELS 
AND COT AND SON BAMBLERS 


gifews naewer, a Sa 
Sie a entiona 6-rTm. ies 


bai af 


room 


ais 
Le pantry. toilet” ci 
fe at | 3-r 


ram-) 


“PEIBER & SELLERS 
. WA, 17-0196. HA, 2-8448, WA, 17-4832 


th. Take over 
$1950 down will le 
jJent home! a 
NA. 868-5000. M-76. 
FREDERICK W. BERENS 
SALES, 


INC. 
1722 L ST. NW. NA. 8-5000 


$7380""¥s00 to 8756 


hand 
a™ 


gece, retee; © hat a 
P 
Oa Realtor oT 


~~ FOREST HEIGHTS 
14 OW 
priek.'4 Tat Bis i i h peat ons one 
outside enter 


THOMAS. E "Lira 
FORRESTVILLE RAMBLER 


GLEN (DALE 


lot 
w-y Fm cpummorcial 


KEE LAPIMER 
ee 


‘GREEN aan cosy 2- 
rm. ms din Tid ie 


| Hon ia 


H 
Open Sunday, 1 ‘Til Dark 


118 pastas me New brick ram- 
ler. Liv fireplace ch. 
site dining toon Teemn. om, all- electric kitch 
\y 


Bases Finish a” to. 


CAROZZA CO. 


acheader teeta 


Open Sunday, | ‘Til Dark 


2102 Iverson st. New brick ram- 

bier. center hall, living room, fire- 
room. all-electric 
rooms. ri t 
Pireplace 


ZZA CO. 


with 34 

stairs. pine panel rec. 
storm windows. shade trees. 
Maculate cond 


HILLCRE as 


Bier with. “fy eprne 
radiant &, ny 
srowing neigh 
= 4%.% ist trust 
Mr. Gibson LO. 
m Por HANNAN 
o &-4100 
fly APT SviLip 6102 434 
1 to 6. Pirst time “a. 
i¢ 


>. 


732 ‘17th at 


se "Co race 


irep! ’ 
7 7a98 
FilKo. Ae as. $11,900 — 


WHER. 5013 36TH PL 
brick S nidet.: 


7 


| (enred 


11,750, room 
ler: attractive fenced 
nts © Gi 


ass 
LANGE 
mt. One 

‘one ¢t| 

ley Pk. Hom many ex- 
“kine, $15.300, A, - ne 

a Ca: us nm. 061 
>| Mathias Co 


LANHAM PARK —OI approved. Guie 
agg 2-bedrm. bung. Ba 


rm lige. level lot 700 
Lours irl. > ae UN 


eves 


£2723 We 
MARYLA 


45th st.—5-room 


r 
$12.000 with 


Kee. LATIMER 


2613 — 
large 


i dn 


h Fiidh 
eM aa 


ST. —* eae n nme. 
9 ipclosed po Asbe 
shingle home ~y F ro small _ 


THOMAS €. L LATIMER 


LT OR econ. 
Ss tak 


his nome js wee 


all “til ¥580 


BROOK Compare 
bedrm 

with =. teh 
thoroughiy fj 


ynder oa valisied 


lawnmower, gar 
Mr. ‘so at <0. per ath or 


pode 

ull bemt.. baseboar 
wy ‘Prige. 614.950. Mrs. LR 
REALTORS 223 SE. 
I 7.9377 


Penn. Ave.. 


‘ES / _— r 
near everything. twin size bedrm 


pluse den, 


equip t.; 
fenced lo > ear ; 
| | fee MM cORnES PROPERTIES. | 
AP are is 
WEST LANHAM 
7744 §©FPrederick zB podreem | 
t. Very neat. | 


home on lige. fenc 
Should be seen to realize the value 


Heaiias E. LATIMER 
. 45618. 
 piverdale 


for vets. 3- 
mn % sec 


-old 
eae Sith ise vets. y a 


vets. 3 lare 

r 9 rooms—fu 
Seant. A wonderful "Son. 
Have 23, geen our new Vacant 


"BURCH REALTY. CO. 


TO 9-5992 "til 7 -M, After 7 P.M. 


oun gee Esroom Colon SR a 


everly 


fe) iar ws r Meat. 


as tee 


a ae es 


ae liv, 
| Ses at g = > 


Ms; be wen = 


HEIGHTS—Br! 
i full bsmt.. 
ge aetna 


porches, 
ih ree 


ki 


restion 5m Jo 


seg 


homes with os oy ob- 


4920 Indian Head Highway SE. 


N & GREENE co, 


an ee 


ALEXANDRIA 
407 S. Washington St. 
T th _ the 


‘. Senn  * htiee 


" gi8,000. 
\NDRTA 
MAKE AN OFFER 
GI | Approved—$15,150 
yours. tht B this 5 Erte Ie ! 


ey brick 
sep. dinian 


ri 
room. 2-bath rambler. 


-minute drive over Shirley 


| pi 


rm.. liv. 
bemt.; 


Brie 


full 
irepl.. 


oo han | Dene transferred and 
e immediately. oe my a4 
te 3-bedrm larwe tront 


ofS BE gn tt 


rte 
tis 
a” 


ce, $11, 


x x. 
campus, 
yet. Sep. 
bermt. rec, 

Fortenee and phote dark 
m. sium. storm wind. 


TO. 99-5992 


1-ACRE LOT with modern 
din 


h 


Bg a ~ 


rm.. 
low sneathiy pymits., 


$250 dn: 


ess 
TLAND— 
shingle home, newly dec.s =. 


war. eRe 


for $33. 5400 


600. May so at 
; ay £0 > 
what you have been 

#500 Bock he 


full 
“early 
a-bedem. 


WA. “yee 8 


nr. won 


Md. 


t av 
EALTY CO. 


"tt 7 pm. 
a: 


ite 


after 7 


ere Mert 


-bedrm 
: beeutiful eur custom Le & h. - 


«| Custom Split Level 


itchen 


ONE “ACRE 


BGT BERT Ty co. 


t o vRC ‘ul 7 P.M. After 7 P.M 
Nee REA WA. 7-564) 


=! BARGAIN! 


$9500 


$475 DOWN 


full 


or everyt 


bath, 2 
basement, 


ing 


FREDERICK W. fom ee 


SALES, INC. 


1722 L ST. NW. NA. 8-5000 


rambler 
ca 


wa a) 
including | 


p> ay : 


Large 
tin 
=cut t 

ane ° 
Te Assume 


ll-elec. 


iv, room, 


w mie to- 


ghutchen 


Bali 


BRICK RAMBLER 
FHA APPROVED 


s3 
utiful condition; Jevel lot. 


4 BEDROOM COLONIAL 
FORMER PARSONAGE 


2 APARTMENTS 
MT. RAINIER 


The Perry Boswell Co. 


WA. 7-4590. Aft 
Mr. Casey at 


cape 
reasonab 


er Sp. m. Call 
OR. 4-9240 


= 4/10 


rd, Brad- 
McAllister 


tie Be will 


fwin-ajee bedrm., new 


ful mies 


as 


ot loge 
Hl rd. 


ae 


Eaere 


ave. (mute 


mp 


kit. 


py 


tor OPEN 


py So 969, we 


oe 
xe 


_ 


‘hate nee 


aden Ra saa 


esse * 
+= 
etait - 

ae 


-car cerase: 


‘a Ma 


rh 


Eos 


ae 
faa | 


clean, 
he leg kit. 
ere is 
ing for. 
Open. 


-|3 BEDRMS., 


OPEN SUNDAY, 1-6 


to S778 


Naat 


FEATS 


a Haul 


ca liee ial 
| Tanai" separate 


owe: Over 14th St. Brides. 
through Alex 
or th to Coope 
turn left. follow signs tw Porasect 
OPEN SUN., 1 “TIL DARK 


CURTIS E. MARTIN 
S Ry, < A, on. large 


down payment. On! SN et 
7 Boe aha ea 


ALEXANDRIA RIVER VIEW 
tists. writers or the man who 
h the freighters 
ll brick 

section 
Delientfal, interior, 8 rms... i% 
aths. 4 fireplaces. auiet, shady 
back vard all fenced in; modern 
kitch 4 dry basement. 
oll hot-water pee’. el- 
= at? for 


appear M. POSNER 
1815 ‘86. Asngtes Ridee Rd. 
OT. 4-8414.. 


— 


Suburban Beauty 


Bio. “Bail ones 


$19,950 
Bo eitbcice. “Pbedem, “Yt Sets 


=e level home features ige. liv. 

y 4 ~ — arth fireplece. 

e luxe equip. &it. 

wi h 1 vcabinet and wrougcht- 
hardware, 


only Siellent terme’ mes P ar- 


‘The M. H. BARRY Org. 


ALEXANDRIA 
Brick Colonial 
On any! St. Hill 
y ae jes Rasely pee wer bails 
ee people Tie a. this 
ef iis eae 2 oF consttuce 
oe Cantee 


wi 

Denauet ste Inin 
arse k ichen & ist 
n 


ca "Saint in ful 


ag 8. slate 4 of hk 
~,_- beautiful lawn 
2 


s. Ours dawn: ke 
| Gordin-MMenish 
oe Rea ee, Se a 


Double Value 


bedrm. Cape Cod ¢. “bu. 
aa taw P= 


aay a ae chance for) Bh 


The MH. B ARRY Org. 
ype sco Ave. Biber 


The Old Reliable 


. ALEXANDRIA 
Brand-New Row 
Brick Houses 
$13,600 
1% BATHS 


om vie 8 ve, 
an. 
+t 


yard Gaeta entrance bace to 
ce “ine “SEC 
gssas Ble G3” Blcuopes 


: th on Mt. 

a t.) 
. t er- 
at. + on 


u r 
12- 


Extra large ki 
famecrere 
+ ag 


> owe 


of Shae nes 
ON gh § 
okt 8207.) mtn 


de luxe retrigerator. 
wimming pool 


8 CA oars 


ae at ona iS rs 


@ INC. | 


| Byes, TE. 6-763 
a 


brick semi- 


“Made 


ey ? ao ay 
fet “floor, has’ ft r 
paiitry and ba es 
oth. l 


, 


lus bricktex and 
re 


investm 


Lo- 
7 an ia, Horton, cle "yp Buia 
3 BEDROOMS’ 


Jefferson School Bern 


fo bu off jetance 
eae a 


eos ae 


ALTY ¢ CO. 
a. BLDO.. ALEX. 


—— 


One for the money 


BRICK RAMBLER 


Fagg ae fu [ bemt mod. eu 
. assume: “fare 


TINKLE “BR OpeAT IES 
| SUNDAY 


Cape d: rms., “3 
» @arage: “e-acre lot 


» assume $14,. 
balance in 24 


v 
‘Of0: trust ~ 
Stust._Phoae 80_ 5-3 


GI—FHA 
$18,950 


% DOWN TO QUALIFIED 


PHA. ad 
ess 3-bedrm. 
mn @ highly desirable 


ng y eau 
with breakfast space. 
ment with finished rm... 
fenced tree-shaded jot. Rhowe by 


2 
_ “Eevee. 


Sr THREE MODEL 


THE DARBY CO. 


2319 Wilson Bivd. JA. &-9393 


‘io m 
left 


a ae raing. the ares 
baal oat lo , rae | 
i -end street. 
Bae 
OPEN 2170 5 


Like : golid bric on nenial: 
nicely Sliuated on level 
fence: spacious | 


dry baseme basement: 


ge 14x ona: 4 
ad J. GEORGE. 


2 iu 
to 
‘Rkanty. mie fn 
ARLI TON NORTH 
5501 N. 23RD. ST. 


$11,000. GI 4%; 


ASSUME OVER 
sqgaine California-type, center 
ha mbler: 2 bed 


rooms. | 
Sires saad 


HATEL—JA. wt 

“STIR” 
ARANTION oF a 

a, Side 


with 
transportation, 


a 


ne and 
oyer ectrance 
room, 


ths, 
©. eet rper_ lot the 


ce only $349 


LINGT ON REALTY 


i. NO—4 
frepiace. Cc 
3.000. Hol ‘ 

Arlington North 


4 BEDROOMS 
Pisce. 12x20 nel swith fire. | 


sement, 
basem corner " 
- 


ee] 


“Near Gitford’s a 


Open in Sat. 1H 1 P. M, 
bier "with, 145 a new. pay A com | 


— Rn. 


{ 
yourself to a real buy 


2) past ¢ noe Rat to N. 7s 


FY ) past Glebe 


INGTON REALTY 


ARLIN 


SPLIT-LEVELS 
BUILT WITH 
MAGIC TOUCH 


7TH AND N. HARRISON 
SAT. 


: Georgian 


OPEN SUNDAY, 2 TO 5 
ALMOST AN ACRE 
a Graces 
‘ ; ¥ 
"S| tly Sena oe 
ba : 3 exeslient be _ 
ideal spot. for. swim grounds with 


b+. sb eatin ek a 


bin fee yh fete et right 
Mi parr rd.. left on th 
ear N hmond to 


TO 
olonial 


ARLINGTON R 


Sed harem GARAGE 
$17,500 

GI-FHA APPROVED 

PHOTOS AT OUR_OPFICE 

VERNON REALTY. INC. 

2007 Mt Vernon Ave. KI. §-3106 
ARLINGTON. W. 

KING 3 RAMBLER 

sae ase ae*y jolt tht ‘s gee at] 


~ me, din, y > 
} yg 


stona firep io crite (pis area n 
full dame earage we Leta 


recreation 
CROWELL & CO., INC. 
2160 N, GLEBE RD. __JA. $-0707 


| “TALK O THE 
TOWN” 


OPEN SAT.-SUN. 


1 P.M. 
BRICK 
RAMBLERS 


If you desire bre tbe com comforts of « 
— -floor Boe to inspect 


ese mt m, and| JE 
—some + AMR ay com ae 
with « Biles. of sev. | 


and matching 
tien of colors). 


"ARL Ria RES 
ARLINGTON. NORTH — 2 Block 


from transp bedrm 
ambler = ti epiace. 
gomgeat, ce _leve spaded } 
18.9 +5380 : 


"CUTE & cozy” | 
ee ae ey 


ane for or couple yer 


with » gouged oaks: 


f1385, 
ae INGT 
a2 won 74. * " 9 09 


LAST CHANCE 


Dittmar Manor 
OPEN SAT. ‘SUN., 


Only one left out of eleve 


my the 
most ouserane: split- sre 
. Artingten’ et D> 


Romes 


CHATEL—JA 8-7330 


INGTON REALTY. 


Falls Church—$15, 730 
Hivise Tm sais oe en 


aie ao 


Lynn WR 


NEW! “NEW! 
Brick Ramblers 
$14,750-GI 
LONG TERMS 
GI FINANCING 


Open Sun. at | 


G 


ratte city . ter and 
MEDIATE oct tf ax 
Come out early —eet your ice of 
. 
‘i Out Ari eis Bird, | 


ete sO), a” 
prox, park 
orners. te Fenwie Bird 
follow o wae iepal Bee Re 


LINGTO 


Pay Wilson Bivd. JA. 7-9300 ar ® 


FALLS ming Ssbedoom rat owner. 


vm 
roc 
barbecue Dit, 


rch. Compiete pesrecms 
fie 16.500 Lew down parme 


Reteon. eich No retested | 
FALLS CHURCH AREA 
$15,500 


BRICK CAPE COD 


M. R. REYNOLDS & 


har we te SHOPPING Pe " 


FALLS CHURCH xia 
4-bedrm. brick and frame! 
Cape Cod, full basement with 
recreation rm. Just $15,950. | 
sasiieaal 8-1878 
° 1928 Hu ride ar 

bedrooms 


windows “nara. 
joan, JE - 


rm 
sume 4% 


LL—Open 

at . Split levels 
ott levels ha ‘ 
Ram blers a 2% paths 
bedrms. Both have iaree, 

seD. 


‘ H. 
~~ 5-8585. JE. 2-5215° 
BELVOIR. AREA 


SALE OR RENT 


uth Anchor: toned ee land- 
scaped ist. Roomy a“ erage. 
eCiRT ccupancy. N Sho 
TIS E. MARTIN 
Pree ase 
WOCTOBER SCENE” 


is complete with this attractive 
eT OL ie HOME 

7 tet 40 Ve on 

CRES 


ba Gpsace. Idea! 
family with: children and pets. or 
couple ee ey without 
isolation. beat at only 


"ARLINGTON REALTY 


ay | Witsoe Bird JA. 


ott wien = 3 JA. — A acs ’ 
© bedroo 


‘et 5 ‘ining rm. 


ove owe ies 


s sof bail fos eh Ma 


LAURI 
JA. 5- . 


BEVERLY FOREST 


Boat and Lake 
Privileges 


ts ALL-BRI 
ACRE woOD-| $ 


NEW BRICK LAE crs 


Livi 
kite 
"4 of 


= 


cclosets, 


3-bedrm. br rieks 
mrepiece, ip 


wi. 2 "small 
Saf 500 any 
J N 4 if 
Franconia id 
Franconia re. F 
turn left on eela 
watch for 

OPEN sien. 


OPEN SUN. 1:30 ‘TIL DARK 
CURTIS E. MARTIN 


120 So. Royal St. 
J 


rd for es aiice. 


project on ieit and 


kit 
lense, knotty pin 
eae liv. rm. firepl.: rit 500: 
¥ 


kit 
” sub. 
GI approval. By owner, JE 


-) -781 


o 
Lee Hwy. KE. &- 


Columbia Pines 
i | GL—NO MONEY DOWN 


fees! 


iv w repinee oe 
icture windows. pee : . 


| AGENT. ON aie ices c aay 


pot Bric Columbia Pik 
— 14 5 ml € past Baileys 
tron rons 


WES. oT igllow 
|. Ml e poo BA Bites. eT 


Larchmont oy Ny Inc, 


Age 3 "7044 F minutes to D 


t a basem 
| arace: im srouns “4 weer , 


, HILL 
ith’ NEW BRICK RAMBLERS 


2212 Wilson Blvd. Za. 7.4300 “ta of 


W. BROAD 


PHA approved at $20.2 
rms. and den. 

xtras: bed 
rick ronial. =. 
n 


vel lot. anese 


co., 


ic UNTRY CLUB dae 
mS arace DN.—$110 MO. 


Ay D. 
» Wilitamsbu 
bright surg, Bra 


el A BERNISTEIN CO. 


| ee 
pees, 
en 


Located tn the Washington Gott 
pe Som ry Club a 


lar 2 s ¥. 
Bree amelie ia puta 
» a u 
storage attic Suldows 
1 basemen 
ance 


OF 
& with outside en- 


GI LOANS—5, 10, 15% Down 
FHA and Conventional 
«Financing Also Available 


EXHIBIT HOME OPEN DAILY 


M. T, BROYHILL & SONS 
4610 Lee hwy., Ari, JA. 4-1300 


| 


IE ACKSON—Mus 


LA A RCROFT 


us few hom left tn this 
cacluetve Lake ieee with the oqa- 
venience of schools, 

tion and shopping 


6 ft 
MODEL HOME 
6731 JOALLEN DR. 
OPEN SAT.-SUN. 12-6 


Ags as. 2 DATE AT THe 


4150 FO 
REC. & 


<. | 


oe pay- 


> 


_>MicLEAN 


gusen ta se 
nde rhea 


oe eet 


Sad Gre fal! out 
fur cl ot ee qulge 


ie naa TL 6 P.M. 
THOMAS G. MAGRUDER CO. 


~ McLEAN, V ct 


The #29, 390 price on + ion, thls new 

bedrm. 2% brie 

be than bullder’s cost and mast 
sold imm tely. gy 
porch. att, gar, on 

fot are included in this uy ‘por 


ap =~ 
LEE W. CHARTERS, Broker 
6- 2200. 


MeLean, Va. 


N. ARLINGTON 


With a Level Lot 
$15,750 


| 


2| te rs. 


i 


| eq 


F 


| 


: 
’ 


" 


ha ' 
- -fren nts and everace 1S. | 


OTHER STYLES IP Ire TEENS | 


VA. & CONV, TERMS 


TO REACH: Cross 14th st Bridge 
to Columbia Pike, : 
mile past Ba lley's Cross 

Lake mareset® Re | ae: on riz 
(Sections 8 5). turn sieht 
follow signs io rope 

PHILIP B. KEY CO., Realtor 
942 Warne Ave. _ Jy §-3010 


LAKE BARCROFT 


Contemporary 
ONLY 1 LEFT 


gnbonE Da 


ip eh a ft spate 
u ¢ » we nin 
ea cioped. a ith 
firepjace, fu full ear n oan 


$24,950 
LURIA BROS. 


2048 Wilson Blvd. JA. 7-8500 


| 


elle ATI 
NEED 4 BEDROOMS 


fall 
Trecfeation rm., 2 -ft, 
12x13 te] rrp. wih large 
en; on 80x212-It. jot ace Arthur 
. os JE. 4-69627"" representa- 
ve -for 


ANNANDALE 


ASSOCIATES, INC. 
Cucoegrers to bee & Co. 


MENDOUS KITC N. 
oes livin re sun 
pores S-rm. house 
ck; aeee cones: near V 3 
$16 ty "belo GI appraise: 10 


-W 


N. ARLINGTON 


4 Bedrms., 2 Baths | 


| ealoes on Jorge ree se » xy this 
spacious br 
e tor fret sn y ti, ad 


a ee tt ‘Ae 
* ath bedr 


rm 
af més. end | 
up: 
in bath up side 


semen. laree. 
oorek: Anchor-feneed 
vers. besut iful shrubs 

¢ 


e GI or FHA serviceman's con- 


- Artax Realty, JE. 4- 4900 | 


OAKTON 


Country Living 


fami -size separate en. bom -_ 5 ) 
hee pull "Th sant Small 
} ‘in fae stable — chicken 
house — or conventional financ- 


tne. e of — is $750 
less than — ia 
Richardson & Hail. Ine. 
Redio Bide. Art JA. 

ST. JAMES no ag 


‘of Closets. 
Btep-saving equipped chen, all' 
ine dry basement. 

re 


* wEAL| ff 


A VICE, INC. 4763 Lee 
_Hisy. ‘otf Olede). 

'ST. JAMES—1 bleck to this Fior- 

idijian rambler. only 1 year youns. 

jad ft front lot 3 nice rms... liv. 

J™, Ces knotty pine wail kit. 

Price. 


—- 


BUYERS won't let rain or sieet 
from SEEING TODAY’ 
ld Crestwood rambler 
on nice level lot 86 ft. wide: cony 
trans. and shopping 
200 ft. floor apace. Fireplace. 
separate din 


rm 
kkt.. 3 gra and 
bamt ‘VACANT price, = 7 $17." Ln 
his one 


ARLINGTON REALTY" 
~ WOODLEY SOUTH. 


3-bedrm. modern rambler, beauti- 

full ly styled; mastive fire y liv, 
conv well-equippe 

t! ied bath. huge ciosets, 

nice level yard in this 

area: assume arse {> loan with | 

small down payme 


Mannas Rity. JE. 2-3110) 


WwYNWOOD AREA— ~@ schools. erade| 
and Jr. high school. Shopping in| 
Westover. Beautiful 4-bedrm order 
ome. Kit 1 adore (trem 

ous size). ost approved: at 
tars vAeMtA ai A JOHN 


~ SENSATION 


SPLIT-LEVELS 
YOU AND Gi TOO! 


Classy 3-bedrm.. 2% bath 
j Wh 


2-f rm 
crept ace, din. rm. ki en 

woman's dream: has eye-level wall 

oven, natural her. irch cabinets, 

~~ A ast oe cocmnee © reak- 

bie. GE refrige ay 

rith ens pm. lovely day- 


_POMPON NIO [5 


; as 
rdin a tnt charted 
ja. 8-1878| fn flak 


pnd 
t oniy 820.500. Wil P 


| og Ewa rd aR 


cas ash. price ior tor OF. 


The m at 


reham 


hee somes on i nt 
olonial situated ot on A: +" 


Pe seme bat 


ine 


' 1 Possession Now ! ! 

orina yout on Geveatt nd move 
appea 

45- a BRICK RANCHER 


cheerful becrme.. 
fright basem 


3 a re C) eT ey Cle 


riggs, ealtor 
of Lee Hwy. at Glebe Rd. JA. 5-8403 


| $725 CASH 


. FOR ped 
re you cram 
enough bedroo 


3 


Anchor- fenced yard: 


og Rity’ Je 3-3110 
OWNER TRANSFERRED 


75-ft. etistom ullt brick ramb 


Bae MiG CARE— 


needed for @ house on 1%- 
wooded site close to schools, he 


eae &, McCAY. INC. 
GL—RAMB 


-bedroom > age A on level Ane 
chor- tencod yard. Unusually clean 
rom ay street. nicely 

¥ payment, 

paymenta. $66. 


_Mannas Rity., JE. 2-3110 
NON-GI 


$700 DOWN 


You can assume B12. ee 700 Se By 
ana place sm . 
balance on this ‘lo vely 5, "Tota 
ronthiv Dn wo + adips every- 
ing wi 
neighbortiood is he Tinest in 
a the ho 


om «a beautitul 
Sia ence framin he — 
ow for the hottes sting io 


hOVIRGINIA’S REALTY LEADERS™ 
” 7 9 
apts ustom bullt rancher, 
rm., ah A . a eguced 238 

~*~ e c recuc 
gh ORBC HACH REALTY 


fot 


ture windows: laundr 
GINTA’ 8 REALTY LEADERS™ 
-6600 ti) 9 


» baths, fami ty | 
‘ screened porch. 
. attached garage 
‘e shaded jot. Only 
i oon Pentagon ans 
Af accept Gi ec 


NEW ALL-BRICK 
3-BEDRM. RAMBLERS 
NOW AVAILABLE AT 


BROYHILL PARK 


All he e full basements. Gounesote 
bitchens: pegatity wooded lots 
minimum 10 


Bie: 

EXPAN BCE RAMBLER Is 3% 

of woods 1 

S86. 900: wil hanes: 24-fi 

pl... bath . ol] h 


a 
- bus As 
Wood 


ty fenced Tot 
/ 


CAN YOU FIND 


| 3-BDRM., BATH ANDO A HALF 


51-FT. HOUSE—CARPORT 
Gl APPROVED 


ONLY $15,925 


GI LOANS—NO DOWN) Si 


PAYMENT—20 YEARS 
5% DOWN—25 YEARS 


, “ie 
® to Greenway ot tons 


. or 
Prirfex ce "bbe ou 
eat 1 mil 


10% DOWN-—30 YEARS 


REALTY INVESTMENT 


FHA and Conventional 
Financing Also Available 


EXHIBIT HOME OPEN DAILY 
10 A. M. TO DARK 


ections: Out Arlington bivd 
—— , rox. 2 miles be- 


2311 WILSON BLVD. _ JA. 7-9020. 
FINAL SECTION 


DARWIN MANOR 


your last chance to buy one of 


(Royte, 

yon Corr to aham rd., 
turn ttt 4 blocks and OT low signs 
te Open House 


'M.T. BROYHILL & SONS. 2 : 


' 


t sallt Tave- 
furn., extra ilaree 


ved for Seon or year- 


owner, Warre 


Lorcom Lane Area 
Winding Stairway 


nt. Bee it 
ee be a 


Properties 
7 N. Glebe Rd. JA. 


. the largest estate. 


Loudoun County, Va. 
From the. smaliest«rambler to 


a, Dijeee from $12.000 to. 
9000 set prices $17, to 


ential acreage rom | 
Dickerson E"Ssler, Inc. | 


: * Bs iebcbyne nce TOR 


4610 Lee hwy., Ari. JA. 4-1300 
Fou § EXCELLENT “elt; and | count 


rity at renee rices. call 
WARD T33 
——s 


esere er ‘Total 
price ‘only, $13, 950. seems gent 


Masonic Temple Area 
4 BEDROOMS 


fp-brick. oxneagiele © bungorey. 
and bed ba lst 


dys ont #80 me tulty and he ‘n 


14 years. 

Th dee theine name $5 

Builder’s Dream 
Split-Level Home of Contractor 


Toa "tivfng ottesed eg wih 


alt ae 


tional eontt € 


SUE Eom, ae 
Braddock Heights 


a SEDROOMS 
00 BRADDOCK RO 


A 


and 
ramen } 
fe] ting $12- 
6-7344. 


yo ev 
ers, left on Annandale xd. to 1320 
and exhibit home. 


SOUTH ARLINGTON 
everyone in 700 pre ms 
borheod with lev 

drooms greene to 


a Fan basement. ment. \oaiF ‘ining ie 


GI contracts 
,500 


4 
will buy th full basement sped. 
r rambier i Pal. ur 
located on, bea tit! ¢ 
nancing for non a “Specie today. 


DARWIN REALTY 
-4 4- 


anh 
3 


DON'T OVERLOOK REST YALTES 


ARIETY 
IS THE SPICE 


(1) Small hous 
pasem i em 
yard, i miles 


a ee 


7 hr gg a 
os n - 
Pals Church; $1495." 


ae dente ~ iy 3 | 
corse “pasetnent dares | ‘ot. i 


(4) ia orm town. 4 t.vedrn, Bouse well 


30 miles D. C.; $17,500. 
a —t Fi 


“or acres 


a he ghey 
sia Bet figieese eS % 


"SER EOns hee i 


DILLON LAND CO. 


(3) Ry 


te "Seal it. I 


= — 7 at : oh 
INCOME? Sits Sa" 
$5250 TOTAL PRICE 
PAL. VEU RC alt a 


$19,500 | Bae Paaenae| re Scere 


rms, euulp.. vty ta i } , . 7 
ca erm Eile walkie digfance GI APP wae pa fy th gst Sule garage nest Aden. Ve. gg mat SEP Contemporary 
Ph A lala +a AP 


‘at A7.3024| NEB “RPROON RRC DY im 

“TOOK! NON-GI err to Ye Mik Honeymoon Breer ese bulidine Tot : 

Sars res, Ue Siar as Br LIVING BM. With PIREPLAt Special | a5 A ena Road. BRICK RAMBLER 

eel Rte PR aa very nice cabin, 3 Bedrms., Den, Din. Rm. 

on’t —— ¢ as pro- ery 

F. +, aloha. JA. 7- 3024 nided a oo A Bm wentaek pane beat Time to take inventory. 
OH JOY! i ms. deck; suite a ® year sround pow nee rent ogee eer tani 

hood, Welk to bus, chopping. ote. | j : Only $11 Stonewall Realty & Insurance “ oe 

st floor has cosy_}ivin | : Teubsect to Ot sisal). : . 3-bedroom rambler 

os, operate | 2 Soe si ene ii | pete! | Yeonas Real 


jae treet ve. kite ae : —y ma cou ast ANAGBAS. VA._ 
t tet x | ARBY amet at, 2 ACRE maces thls ag ol} Wilson Biva 


nd tiled bath. Ups ne 
oat, Beautiful ul ta ot. 
a as 
ALL YOURS? MS" Wilton Hird"? JxE-2i00 | 5-redroom. r-story nome. twat.) Yeonas Real 

"MUST SELL | evapmewtor ms |__| a |, Yeo, 
this J-bedrm. brick rambler in| D@WS pe genni ED Home One Acre Plus win te | ou . view 
xeetient condition. Living fm. Your | Pepe vil ally de. = . » Tus base. utifully ; ion 

lace. ing rm. compilers PP esas $15, 800 ’ Minti pike ant solebe read | ce 

* air conditioned, | to" yo nediea. ketch vammter fee-| stone workeuee, chicken i ise and | slambia pike and Glebe rose. ep Be A 

b ind , ate y 3- storage ne ut oy eit. ast “ a leolm. JA. big screened Te > x ot $8000 Less Than Appraisal 


led v. rm, with fireplace, lar sma : 
dining ee nip. kit.| board fencing; $26.000. 5 pete aa De fh Lee, Tha 


PULL BAS 7 with anot 
JE. 4-1053 carbo rees. " in short walk | | MeCAY & McCAY, INC. | te 24 Or or xpansion. a! _ bed-!| att th = and re- 
_ ing Paistence © ve and ve wide brieh 
Count ~“ town C'M.HAILEY, JE. 2-79.44 E | Resurse,fisrpee. a Gt | Be pe <7: ? oh fea | dweitine in rite 
ry 126 EB Broad St. Pails Church. Va. | HE Hes i D. JOHN 4 WM Ww ori et Ya wr ioe to Sh hao 


Oe Seg ee Soar Tey ame 


-2100 


2319 Wilson Bivd. JA. 5-9393 
Yeonas Real ESTATE | FHA loan of 814.800. at a: ‘Tunte 

FR nanting timber. Hard road. good 

' Bola “or'tS00" an cet 


ted im Falls Church. this 

sutiful property must be sold) AREA'S FINEST BUYS 
to = enou a .~ pot IGHT 3 ‘. - 3950_DOWN al ad . papers: 
mi ch 4 GOLFERS DEL » gn iat. trees | $12 9 OWN eran rather loner of, uns janice. 


| eee soe bob Wark te, d James and) Gl APPROVED ist time offered. De 7 oe 


ivin : ~ 
mech the 4 ae Tl sis erst t 5.3 bedeme. ite. Is iy ‘t=. m. "and BEST BUY IN PIMMIT HILLS sats Faanblers. fe ee J, Tins hard road 
ths finished 3 ize om eat an sie per mo. . 9.bedren. rambler: ga gas ranse. euto.! i my “Assume . oan. Res osm 


washer, 9-ft 


, e “ . 

mast jeave tts ae picturesque 3-bed-/| reat . wi nt . s fine joce 0O—An b! is Ds 
a-haif rambler | th: ’ | defrosting refrig.; mh eluminu® | : 

‘ en, extr ts e room, 1 iv. rm. Damme. storm windows: oversize ed garace etter Homes Realty (““““DIsSTRICT OF COLUMBIA” od beauties. "No De nai, § 


with ult basemen! and recreation , A ' 4 
ou imagine —— only “ ly coun- * Realt ATTENTION #& BUILDERS—Spiend 
ee og fas. : E ee singer will ss Birecttons. From ‘Church Rte “2100. | “Northwest location mer fer aael| gait Younes. Blue Tick. 


its.o% 950. You name the try livin os sacrifi it ails 
Better Homes Realty C.M. AILEY. JE. 2.7944 only $22.980 Basy terme s lite gs £2000 feet eee] eeierend Bt to F = fn e Drive 04) a North Arlington house Missourl ave, ‘betwen 


. 2 bathe, right con 
Realtors JA. 5-9400 126 E. Broad St.. Palis Church. Va : . ol ‘ ne the Lynwood = Approx, 18, 
oa _ 3 M aan | ONE LEFT farane: close to every! ine. J. Wesley Buchanan, Inc. RAMBLERS ' aeeeet fonts an 400 

eet rambler 


h 
rit ibe glad to (7 a8tG syle ue Look at These Features | WIL ete pie 


wich 1.400 sg th if not gnd-shing! vecaere 
: oon sare neg : abdove that. ap- "ys toe Cope Cod on, “Fire- ower 
NORTH , \RLINGTON rm ‘in rem deliah | ae re bor five a all br in piss oe dintne | *| tee thor Presa fal" EX > 


, Rrept. ‘and earase. . Th NTATION "RE ALT ¥ | eae Sine spece. 4 mi | | ae 
$800 DOWN, FHA, MILITARY cated - a ew at "BRICK galt TELL aL YOUR pny with do ath rt ned a . ok 200 “ig og 8S ripie dresesr: 
5.ROOM CUSTOM BUILT RAMBLER, 1 BATH,) 753) 8Ri} Sis’ Tubutes l— mt ¢ ewan oaher7 | 10 eae tee es tems. 
: a q lal See Pee Aiton ce RAO 


5 minutes 
faa Washiniton. after 8700 3 "vedrme. sod Rw! 
36 we d ner OL THe. ¥ iM eae Fittens, Most ais 


FULL BASEMENT, ROOM FOR EXPANSION, EX- ‘ bus| with this clean. neat, 3-hedroom.| goot Oo" Washinaton end up. 
| GI'S yard ; eth” brisk Colonial sea oe Sea oon L4 dr 2 Nba ted and pink. Le a¥D EXCRLLENE : ee : 
" ‘. : O 


CELLENT NEIGHBORHOOD. CLOSETOBUSAND) . we nave rm Mantas figs) JE, 33110) stiteceeted sort fata” res $20,500 i BR 
nial, ed cise-in meres: 7 a0. | of R. © ave. wh : " 
SHOPPING CENTER. 6104 NORTH 18TH ST.| South Arunston, and jis ir iat : Mey! J FULLER GROOM CO. eta ies prox. 8800'4q, ft. Zon Zoned Ohne Fiec 
JA. "1-4487, Open 9 ‘Til 7:30 P.M.) ap $6000 | price for th theses well: “bred fieig doss. - me ten 


OPEN 1 TILL DARK. | ra. :"fevel Teale ot, Split Level | Yeonas Rea 2alty Fidos ara Siandara aK, | fore. 699% free 


AND 5E 


: dow 
veterans. conventions ewe Db rie st ar 

MAC LINDSEY faster ble $23,500 | alWIEAEMET™° °FFe! AWarD WINNING mike eitith ithe WO, eter | pA 8 emery ae ie 

JA. 7-211, JA. 2-6090 Welker & Dunlop, Inc.| $2350 Down | BEAUTY HOLMES RUN PARK | AcE inked Sark | st a a ‘we ea pi at 

| | Assume $19,150 | = 2 velvety landscaped jot with $35 ,000 schools. new cominun Ruby swim ng | 8 tee d. =k: Black aa | ier . “shi fod ne Ke 


in «& eee ing Two ave open plan home 
has ne nels rs wedded th phy 


oT Pe eM NA Ist Trust e {0008 
Virginia’s Realty Leaders’ Exchange | com ree mrtg ctgwova:| Be hohe tana | SuPtades Meliss | | ANOLEYBene homeiie mtr | | 


“EX IV ISTERS” A 
EXCLUSIVE LISTERS teh ee or, i My riz ‘EASIER LIVING —s Potomac water Toa tot nter: » years nyt dark 
J. WESLEY BUCHANAN, INC. POMPONIO REALTY, INC. ; ee sipitace 8 ; i L. WARPIEL kar areas are. ¢ co mbined at ‘the m rd. to Hallowing Point aver JA F 
DIO BLDG WILSON BLY * ON street level w sleepin . m2: 
COLONIAL REALTY CO SHANNON & LUCHS CO. ROUTH ROBBINS “LEE MANS! iis. ate" located” on "the iy. Endicott 2-108" =m 
» REAL ESTATE Fine me | | COLON IAL lower evel ach sleeping oe ‘ swhiiehall . pot goals, all ages. 


RHODES ST. AT WILSON BLVD 2055 WILSON BLY\ 
Fe hes ite own lawn terrace | eee lots 
“ a and den : | OPEN, 2 TO 7 P M. access. Jévine-dinine areas erag ft $2950 ver yh Special alten board. » fidiine | 


PARKER SMITH & DONNELL, INC. ARTHUR L. WALTERS CO., INC. t Fm with replace factory 


full Demi. 2-car » Dice Por the best in workmanship afd tate - oh i. horses per. month. eo $19.95: 
aime sonrin 2419 WILSON BLVD level lot. 1 DIK. to bus. Price $i5.- trial gee custom -b wg ig a Pee ee RAvENSWOR TH Pal" phone JE eat mnemad oll keen 
| rin tn soma qenorMarenpsidd 4 ' sngcces ful a n to de ike lec. ee : site 10.95 rastie covered . 
vin with fi ; h iy 8 the fastest crow! palvisi ue MISCELLANEOUS /8 boards. 


hi 
IN RE and kitchen wit screen ; 
; te as eee rch. 3. bedrms.. Ge on| ACCORDIONN sw Siretinant te , 
Our Weekly Presentation of Selected Properties +0506 a Ry se Besant hides Sere Sti4yty | ACCORDION Ne Btrediver, ct] 2 te ‘alee Omi ie 
H— Gaye s | Very reas. terms; must sell instru: | Gay and of pate nights ve de 
t hi! a ery “; over ‘ 


ment lar ases 
Near Coen tary” Behow Ele- 4 oo oe 4 +8 for 7-701 a | Budcet ‘Ascon 


t : 
Ww \D THIS nea x ; ; 
completion: i extra-laree = ROCK f wth batt un ran e-| F 
DELUXE SPLIT LEVEL PRICE SLASHED! GLASSED-IN DEN with AY wrench ws pa. Poy HOWA D BR K CO. GI APPRAISED. $13. 600 g 5k’ ¥ subst ract: exce con l. FURNITURE MART 
NOW 26.950 deck de luxe kitchen with built-in JA. 7-4140 > « King & Alex. Va. KI. §-9300, 
Owner wants sale this week- LOOK WHAT WE FOUND! A breakfast nook, 3 large pedrms = 4 +o~ 9 st fram 7 Pe machines sale hit | rier FU iftre —$-r reom separt- 
c 000 «(of  — beans with these ! sement. Only ALL full + wg Se roo ; * ies 1 | ay mst be sold Seturday, Bun- 
. sda 7 
mpos >. eee toda nee eer 0 Te, 
= : shoulder aetre: v .~ = 
FLORIDA — Several 5S-acre tracts 4 8 Pp. never | 
ealty YOUR DREAMS EL. 4161 High and dry. about_ 50 miles from ok A 3 poem. chair’ We vod cond heat onse 
ning JA. 5-9400 Mrs Wm rf Laughlin Petersburg _ beaches, ond j A gas boiler. i, sadlater, 
en! adioins living hen rere i} be realized im this ideally lo- + wo gte~ fishing. boasting. tmm —ph8._1- 9748 
big ng Rtg eer @ Glee — ad ; -bedroom lifornia-t As REALTOR McLEAN, VA. a Ra fruits - ANTIOU ro i <20ck 
itxid) PLUS! Pull damit. witl ety Bente: Nanged Welk ta. bes . schools only, $595, $10 down : tata rae; 89 
recreation area. 2nd Attn. Professional’. basement » fini ee RLS ra mon! _ Information write © | seer as a ARGES—Rew used: 
_ D (Dectors. Lawrers. Dentists) ree large living rm. Mu ~y a 77, S ji oft é 4 a 
wabatioveabiy _ price of $21.403 built-tr ure ' lington on leve ee pag a tg Pv < Gi at Bis mpm Will ‘try CLO E-| N - i ert a. nea muse, box. ate rd. te = dis ~~ inst atla- 
with only $1103 down to qual- Seen 00x +25 te! . lot. Price b ara ty : sf ACCOKEPFK. D. ti 4. | Apt. 106. | ton ES CO 2237 
—e weerens! oe is ar 2 > val his be! ot enly Si 990. with 7 fr ae a ased Arfax Re Realty, JE. 4-4900 “ YOU FIX IT test i a's Pt, : : = st +a Sak gee . chests, tables, shut- ATOR 2. DE ; 
as dest b arr uy! Sient terr v »} I : ‘ 19 940 3 bb T LI is one pric Or quick saie¢: 70 mo. 7. = ers si rs. oes enrs. wa 
FOs10 pelicry: we? RKFR NELL L. WALTERS. IN i2 4 . | 5 minutes to Pentagon: in excel. MT. VERNON t 1N Oo au Se | 4 outlets. vrac. new. $175. JE. 
REALTORS neces REALTORS 36. 1-010 ‘ORs vA. 17-5200 en for home and } edimees "Kost. p SPLI LEVEL residential neighbor iood 3- eoerm. sails oardam acres: op hea rd | ae 
ble future commercial. See it today, D0 luxe in every way: 3 bedr I lus | r rd: i house: deep well: $12.-| APEX dishwasher. orig meet ms "Ss “— ; auser: 6 
2% bdaths. de luxe kitchen with m pancied ritchen 000. -4 $2450. KE 6-814 S ; 
breakfast nook. dining rm. extra- ll bemt. sarace: as tracts from dav’ ARIUM aid Sea Horses. RE! ing es o. 325, 
line: : 


> WOODLEY N. ] a living rm., ¢ , m- : - 
JEFFERSON VILLAGE WHERE LAKE BARCROFT 3 BEDROOM $ 6, 000 | ete recreation r g | cash non-Ot Act quickly for 200d theo’ Se eeeeee: couth &. BIR CARRIAGE—Storkline cole ifeRt RANGES - — New. used 
68-FT. RAMBLER WLY REALLY ULTRA- RAMBLER | #00 N. Arlingt if rington Aderholdt | Realty Co. | elev Den? One coma, teen | {£88 oll. wood, coal). Acme 
$10.750 an veneer & “Rembiins” ba hea or Sean On over %-acre lot in « quiet etter “Homes Realty REAL y tg AB tachi 981 ; acs Sst. Be. : 2. 
3 bedrooms, full basement ota ia brick _home ae THI RT- ; Has mod. equip kit, full Realtors one | BY  CEMBS. fi , carriages, ake bad. Gal. aaa 
, . ‘ hy AL A. : on-F — . » -y ee tk 

M . tructi LENT TERM mac. cond. Close to schools. shops. 9° 4 cass t $4000 , "| s 

andard re-room 6 Reautifully placed on i. os = opne ‘i pie Possible GI. 733 Kadols mending view Meee "ae nats ' artes L355 Srowninn 8-9233. next erties: eee # are itt perfect condition. $95. Call és 
ot in the jas a8 equi 5 us magnificent 112x x254 » Shenandoa “aves . 

much-sought-after “LANGLEY Brick dividi N with fire- ILLER REA aren H i r resort devel ; 5 Host. NE. Lr 

ares. Large formal foo lace. 6 ft laished ‘ " ESTATE Se 3-208 9 oe JOHN in midge, 2 ne ASE = eho. Ov. 3. eed athe icin se —T ~ JALOUSIES 


z. t bloc 80 an of th able; wonderful tone: good 
ated 1% ey os ° Gieteur SALE 7 Dor iniecmation call. | Warehouse Clearance 
-50% 


ms 
co. throughout; true ion com wi replace 
A. 5§-6200 esign: 24 baths a revl o baths rout Sasenpent, | = “OPEN DAILY” rd. mile east | 
te basement 0 bike “rie ‘| “MbIViDUAL vey 2 est subdiy y, in Sorinedeld with ~ | NEARBY |" sen in — a chalr 7 —a8.| = att 
ws: lge. screened UAL CALL . PM. ‘TIL 8 P. M. ue - Ady qu chal $10.! 36x37-in. “unit, $20.50 complete. 
b =a, ‘new lamp. eer $15. oF | Other sizes pric proportionately 


do e. scree : 
built-in “eerage ary only few nedttors ORS “BEAT THIS” Great tal} trees shade this exaut-| wiih sh eg. Egclualy BAY PROPERTIES Jnlouste Bosra ovine 


features +t 4-1155 ; oe aan 
site 3-bedrm rick ramb r 
aoe ; 4 r HOLLAND POINT. An A r. x Frida i 3 m 
_ residential street. : Chesneene: | “with box & cedar chest. floor Saturday. 6 & m io 6 B® me. 


LAKE BARCROFT 
‘ Tro 
TREES———TREES ge oy . 3 BEDRMS. & fan-shaped ya yment. ve & ) yj nae om C.| mode radio. it table . 
Exclusive lake privileges Airc aneas Mig saan A. REAL SLEEPER | 1% BATHS ag St hag’ Hreot.| a. van i02- ory. ‘in-| ond. 1 platform focker, Singer! 617 Siigo Ave... ai Spe. JU. 8-30 
nas Skene “ ok ME SEF YOURS oOmNS-PANMLED BOC. BOC 72 e din rm. UNTY — 3 bedrooms | 32 | large. ded. | an 2-875) ET PUMP, deep we | 
airicr Onl nas "300 - th . fee athe. { has 6 seems an t ress; excel, | water ‘aan with rt ines. 
tt hs’ ¢ pi eparate den or 4th N th D G] . on ist oor, including modern 
4 Sear nome ae TORS “ ae 5.8800 ment: shaded lot witt O Ing own , ae poe ane Dols barn kitchen with wall cabinets, Mudlity Fi ea ‘ 00 cbt gt on, fe-atit 
to $50.000 sh : ote , t W _ $12, 88430 YR. LOAN ; ko ° ve ounery ome: ¢ one nad floor | Dox « rings. oe bo? 
as a youre! 3d wal i ington ib. Chose- in Alexzand7ia Convenient, to EDIATE BOSE] ON a oe ne | | wit Use Fh vn CeBeBonudhd 
2 " - = 8 : 
a Menge sep 7 Wonderful Rooms big bright bs ria “anopetn trey Rwy. Alexandria and o washer, washer. bemte 107 fogs fre Re pope . y.Ressonanie. HA 3.0086 | Ickoscort,— “tks new 
pith. eatin ae : { white board fence makes thig  Fisca leverate dining room, | nue ‘itchens Belvoir: 3:bedroom® frame rambler porch, sarace. Bemt, 14 ft. din. | i HOLLAND POINT—Less | BED — uiyrest  mattr. chest Bf “aptabie Yor Pisa student of 
he rs ; : : : ' on WwW | ra 
"on attached. garage. r years © ¢ lous HY mate washer 6 in the living room, ice.) BED . we fin.. Beauty-' 
P screened porches re} ith | mattress. .©oi| springs: excel. 
ond.; $75, = 


me of the best buys - 
ks Call for an ap- on ist floor, plus 32 ft. ¢ ~ iy jome- Pa Sates Sit ded re 


ra 
e 7 


ve casnomatt site 50 noe ond A r : our terms eqesicered., Open House on! fence a ghipe. My tiractive iitehe ~ and full ape | 
room Wit! D ‘7 £13. - 
earns UE: Piioo from, t6 the “a Hee | MEATY invest MENT MASON Hi sk vere ar ca Got ‘BEDS & MATTRESSES | ‘hol ener ooo) 7 gh ck 


tly, mple 
ary ; mand’ h , an , _.2317_Wilson_Blvd.—JA. 7-9020 a 5 seitlement Gall ER. No. 3 (enh REACH Airave Ms ; urn JU, 5-337 
3.9 “ ‘i ; . . ony? 
toned ae We oe HERE DoKiNG Fon: “"* OPPORTUNITY Des 356 7 | SALE OUT-OF-TOWN . + 0g, J6* corner, shaded lareer hotels. top quality very little, Bave over 4200, hte. 
DONNA LEE REALTORS a FT. R ER KNOCKS” STITT FCS Saint aarrcasce ae ea : er Sieh” 

64-FT. RAMBL BRICK RAMBLER OVING west for vour health? We| bination’ kit, and dining. 'foom.| ment us steel bunk | om- i, elec tronic, 

‘ Ser, full beth, ufilities, storage house! : oe . | save $200 wo. 6308. 

Cc only 85.500, 1 is ror No 


Lara on ebcme Ripe nol 812 NO. 26th ST ONLY $19,200 Gl i tie ae pal nieces | 2 BATHS to 2 gone | in a see: terms af-| a cots, me] A nem ¥ Ay pt dex 
ee a See : nee | hestied among towering pines. You BASEMENT HM. McAllister, 2616 Quincy. No. eT CHESAPEAKE BEACH—DA- oh mens 44 
: P $35,950 hools , must see this rambier-type erque. N. MM. mn the waterfr ottage™ with + ~e: W6—Wee 3a Wo 


* 
; . : | Attractive ; ro te) 
cs ‘aa EAL ~*~ Brand new custom brick Cape | : living rm. and fireplace. also out- GARAGE HU —_ You can fish. s | drawers, power im Fk e brie a rises ond _cond.; 


‘ NTING LODG or) b 

rick fireplace, separate din- | jun . 

7 poed kiichen. 2 bed- $21 950 ont Royal. Va. . Br. 5 tive cottage 4 Lu Beat: ep to *. 
ee $16,000 TRUST . n Rt. 647.) on ae neey x: p. ful £3 Boor refrigerator Bre’ gon 1 totter MBE yo... 

TO REACH: Out Washington biv on - By bark. Best hunting complete wi dition wringer washer AD , reeonditione! T small erands, 


ro nolo roc thoed yet less than “1 
HANN Hs CO H x Roo 238. 3-906; 
STRATFORD HILLS 10 minutes to DC. it neattons ~ ~"°SR S800 | dows and doo Highs OS Elusive with ema es ai? sor’ onir | BENI p 850, TU. 2- tronic as 5, nar 
at genditiae Al | ~ | 


attt « YOTREALTY. we. sehr HOWARD BROCK CO, | situated om s hich in CEG. i | . 
Steere NORM H fiat oe >| eee ERIE COE | eee de Ra a 


CLOSE IN : 


12x13 dining roo POW - $91 ff 
ROOM. kitohen with eating rer eptionsl buyer. these 
perme ee te taxes and insurance essing, a a 
5 used two years. 
Ne. 


roo Stone Rancher hy fet 8 3-bedroom 
Pee arage. hed recrea th w yerd trees. Nice neighbors. ‘Good 
& DONNELL ia location, oo a drive dimin e° foom sand ia mediate ' ie heares Rity., JE. 2-3110 
Penta r us ew 0 
Bees Hollow 


JA. 7-6161 . 
n vou terms, Priced to RTuUR L WALTERS. Ht : : tate 
750. Don't delay, A 1-52 . . pips-Hall, y ¢ on Processing 
eat as” onal att appointment to see) Rucker | and Richardson, 118 se me, — : 
» eve ‘br bran: P- . + ~~ 
meith OO 
ys 


NAN 

COLUMBIA PINES net mete ess cat ee sat he 
4 master bedrooms, 2 baths : :, te (2) ee ou HOME IN BEAUTIFUL 

a oa free | Lat peas en x wee . ee | . “a ° fie "That BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS 
fa! eke * nitchen und os et peretens : Es gp town. 17 ma oettysbare 6 
ae on “Tit. hy bedroo sand phy , ent. selegh ar Mie apo Ree "Better ae aly 1400 


u basem 
vole 7. ‘Im every respect. : dr. p Vil ust - | 2007 Mt. Vernon Ave. KI. 8-3106 
Bor $2¢ $50 St roved. sale, Hu at only $27,750. The property PS te puectiont eon- 


‘won't last long at onl 250. . 4 E ion 
anita TEE Svea aly SHeiigt £ likin, co, | peveRtY “HILLS pee e e ee 
Outstanding ' | Formal Box Garden and ; RPRONT PARKER 


d bedrooms, den, basement {STRATFORD HILLS we couldn't believe it | ‘Brick Colonial Home | iat’ Mesituas cert a Ge ante oegae i ak 
820 On ne nest 2-year-old JUST $15, 200 Gi—$23, 950 n * ty mi ¥ wuners. nice por } Sia! ard: 
family spec ial is th AP tion. 23 ft. _IMAoWN INE! vitunns - On ls woe x. “¥ - - ithe | private “pier, fa fovely — trees 


as ae | den. 
—— pm. th : ww, Rh. 

THA family -sized . 
¥ v 


h ; 
5-6800: eves. porch % basement 


fo full’bascment EAL city ‘ud rues. “x 
> pom 
Williamsbur rg Village 


3 bedrooms, 14 baths, 
recreation room 


“WHEN BUYING OR SELLING, IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH A RELIABLE FIRM” 


§ 


eee 
r ° 

witeh ; t 

weir manos. table mode! “z- 

fe ITER. un ees ope. 

; . = . 

siege fin os | 


ost 
Rm. 202. #634 Coles- 
is tim 


. practice. Easy 
@ also Sag Ad, +t 


Par ope és ino.) 3 “m ental 
sie rs 


estin ouse 
er eerare: s, $25._AD =| 
wttta cre xalr, 
- 4 eH 


$35; excl. cond. 


have cash 
a 


yo and ant a ter- 
rife deal, see PAR MOUNT hs 
v 


brand-new: 


: 25¢ 
“Bt 2-Toob. ay  netllaland to par- 
e oO orge. ‘satoma iatic. 846. 


"SS 
| never titled. 


4814 me Senn 


e-ot-m 


“ae 

$145 
CAVE FORD 

4814 ae a Jespects 


~~ FORD *51 F500 


12 vr. Bt 
8-cly. enain new clutch. 
riect conditien t throughout. 


CAVE FORD 


4814 


Ne 


new: 
dar 
wi 


iveryv; 
aver driven: 


| Ea tar ‘ee elec. wipers. etc.: 


er-driven trucks in be 
ndition 


evro i ne 
ote Beet, seda = f 


¥ ——_ 
TRUCKS 


‘SO CHEVROLET. $595 


12 repeat | 
OL. 


»_ . NO 
snot gun. prec. new. 


H 
condition 
FOR dinnerware 
3112 M 
ae i rd 


secon 
ss. naw 


fyveduced “aisplay prices. rs rt 
“ee 


art 
prin’ and bull sent ae at 
atly ree ed prices. 

n 


rniture, 


bric-a- 
jewe) n Oriental 


A’ Q 
ai ver ° ’ 


furniture " geitionra: 


DU 7-051 —RA. 5077 
a es 
ALB ON Bos Ls ea88— i 
efriterator. et . 
TURE MANTED 
EMERSON 2-6677 
GOLD 
Rams yaa We by oa 
63 _? 8ST. NW. 
rr an. Wi = sini 
. our 
store: deal. with relia! le company. 


fi eeadh: “all 


NO Hines Lest stvies. 


| Vs 
wiNTEb— Tape 7 ore rE inexpéa- | 
sive, AD. 2-510). ees 


sive 


BOATS, PARTS, SERVICE 81 | 
wos Se Wparine Plywood, 14 ft. long. 
bin. 


need re 
NIT 


434 


YEARS « 


for your 


$159 226 =o. 


© cedar planke 
stripped. deck. al piaaking 
new shaft . 


assem bly 


if ideal for bday 
$3200 ~ best offer. Call! 
6 


 EUNABONT—G Tt 


iN BUNABOT 
excel. cond.; cover, tehts. extTas 
$198. Evinrude 14 hp., $98. JA. sha 


fakin 


up ter of new! 
4-2318. 


FARM AND GARDEN FARM AND GARDEN —*S2 


BLUE GRASS SOD “| 


your ie ae 
Terms 
FARMS 


to 


iter 


petiveres 


H 


Specializing in ogee 
sas" old shrubbery. 
2 


Je acy ee al 


See. 7 


. p- manure See 


sage a eae lie. LI. 


tote nD ’ Ba ela ered 
53° DOWN. 
nts 
ncludes 


meuranee a 
na BALES & SERVI 
5 st St. N.W ~ 
TRAILERS, SALE 


tga sen, 
poss exce 
hy Are if 


af ae 


OAR fa Bone 
ee TRAILER 
CO., INC. 


usb ater as 


ed 


co ca aee 


40-45-50 x SPARTANS 
SPECIALS! 


= ane 


USED TRAIL 
American Trailer Co., Inc. 


| Rone 


Reasonable | 


a/TU. 2-4200) 3 


panel; clean. Ready 
“50 CHEVROLET . $745 


Carryall Suburban: %-pas 
senger, l-ewner, "“Oneces ally 
clean. 


‘S51 CHEVROLET $1095 
*-ten t-speed 18-ft. Stated. 
Real bay. 


‘S2 CHEVROLET. .$795 
an Delivery. Like new. 
auipped. 


‘S3 CHEVROLET. .$895 


cle 
pe Ww 
ae 


epure ra pe. 
dillacs Wanted 
PENNY MOTORS 


R A 


N - 
an ote oF Oe. 46 


thru $304 Ga. 


SEN HBS 
Spee sh ek 


Wott MOTORS 


weed Eh 


Seaiers! re aero 
ae "EXT Es 
Y. * Whe nowy 
| ieee ith ‘st. 
5-9511, 


- Cars Needed fone 


EXPORT 


ets throuen, 


; 
ie 


CALL 


BILL ROSS 
7400 GA. AVE. NW. 


coupe. Super, fully 
| = * C. rotting guaran-. 


"7 rw sty reg 


ores 


$397.1 | _Tota 1 
sari eS ghia bs exis 


6-8041 
ws se | 


er Airs pt Siw aid 
-| equip trade oF 


; hen 
zee |Ca pitol Cadillac Olds Co. 


ioe 


ee Cadillac Olds Co. 


154 BUICK 
RIVIERA HARDTOP 
$1285 TOTAL 
perry & 
& CLARK 


Cor. N. Capitel & Fla. Ave. NE. 


“ile. "Smart nd” powerful 
NORTHEAST MOTORS 


clang Olds 


BRADLEY SHOPPING Cant es 
Bethesda, 


~ BUICK 


1953 
CONVERTIBLE 


$1285 
FAIRFAX 


LINCOLN-MERCURY 
FAIRFAX CIRCLE, VA. 
CRESCENT 3- 0200 


iviera 
Srakes and steer- 


Power 
rdtop. ny bh. : excelient condition: 


te ia al Si-ats "5 wr tres 
- hey, au 


“PONTIAC rane McKEE” 
5335 WIS. AVE. ST. 3-7107 


aber, o 4-dr. sedan. 
cu 


Looks like new: 
& h. 


TRew 


r and 
| Onish. Special Sat rday 
Only 2. No. oe. 


eis re “the 


n 
ave. nw 


‘55 BUICK 


RIVIERA H. TOP | 


$145 DOWN 


take over payments. This 
shes r interior and its 

h atlow he 

a all power 
Bervicemen ond out-of. 


u 
towners sae 
Immediate Delivery 


For roe t Approval 


RE. © 38 90) AT 
BOB WI LSON 


3D Ss 
"The Bic Soeur” 


$13 
CHE 


| $90, Bladeos burs Rd N 


CHEN VROLET—'S3 hardtop convert- 


UNiTED AUTO SALES 
CHILL D 
‘47 LLA 
$25 DOWN 
Sodenetse. peaptivul co condition. fu fully 
Credit epereves taken 2 


r oe 
Works: ‘eth and R 


ww ont. 

-w. tires. wire 

. elec. ere: 2- 
tone finish. A car of prestige. 
Piney Branch Motors 


_ 8-11 


Ville. Cobalt dive. 


LM Wipconsin Ave 
Ho Co 


SS oar ea te 

vite . jhroughgut trade 

UNITED AUTO SALES 
-dr. 62 sed 


tint | te at on 

n ass. fores . . 

fleetw wood interior, immac. y and 
ve. 


as 
an fee white ‘top ower steer- 


S burban apa se ak 
BRADLEY | SEOrrIEG CENTER 
Bethesda, . 6-T700 


r. “and 


atk sree green (0p 


pr rebate W.-W. y, tires: A | a 
to’ Sopreciate 


ee MOTORS 


CHEVROLET— 53 4 


7 . wo . hy 
extras: ‘ : 
. ging overseas, must sell i 


vo 
ma 
steering and | Dower ing top. Bo $3895. 


<7 
every ecessory: 


ig300. (OP: 


ids, BURR . Ay 
' | 

CONVERTIBLE 
a DOWN 


ectipped : lor white Sate. Fully 


ir aan 


Center 


Pairlington Shopp! 


tone gray, com ~- array. of Cad. Cad-| 
— . es cesso 


Capitol 'Cadillac-Olds Co. 
1222 2ond St. NW. ST, 3-2600 


‘55 CADILLAC 
$395 DOWN 


ccis 


Cor. N. Capitol and Fla. Ave. N.E. 


uding 


ty wousualiy 
er 


fully 


EKEN 


PEC! ¥ a4 os 
BRAN Peto i a 


tifal sone gisen fins finish. | interior 


maces extras. 

cs & corms ke it it jus just came 

line. ’ bar- 

gain a sae . 2-4 and 
ask for 


Stohiman "Chevrolet 


-— 1953 Bel Air 
Rad 


now only 


HALES ’ Of Course! 
Dover ie ee Ll 43000 


as -—- Da? » awl | US 
EE SOTO—'51 Sestom convertible. 
beautiful dark rey finish with 
ha or. equip 
its an outstanding 
‘ 9 ‘ths -. iy 


ge ore ae 


OF 
auto 


WHEELER, eee 
apt " 


gua ti 
Stohiman vrolet 
j _ ~ - T.. tT. 
4 A $195. No. 7468 M aa 
1237 East-West hwy. 


sedan Pastel aod he. white 
equip 


uburban Crieca 


BRADLEY SHOPPING CENTER 
Ob. 6-Ti) = 


|-tone tun green ; 
i: me Neptuge sreen., Joy 
tOLET— 8s Styline ¢ e de iu xe & 


ask for Bill Drym 
Stohl man Chevrolet 


Me St. NW 
oar as? 
Kenyon-Peck an 


2A Whee aive~ i Arll 


heater defro ster; 


2A 


Chevrolet—1951 4-door Style- 
line. Heater, seat cozers. 
cellent biack finish. 
Written fuarantee 
hones is @& real 


Of Course! 


DODGE-PL LYMOUTH DEA 
ist and M Sts. BE. Li. 4-3 


HEY 54 210" 2-dr. R. 

h.. —_ ide 16.000 miles 
WA. i- 4 

‘ROLET — 2-door radio. heal- 

er; dark - Rog very c 


NORTHEAST Moros RS 


30- r 
trade and terms. 
$100 Wis. j 

Oo en 


ible, beautiful blue body and ivory 
. tailored seat covers. | 
and runs like} 

RD} 3540/ & 


all are in. im 
na ition “ror ut. 


ey Chevrolet 


c ors 


pert 
cl 


| Be 
osady Bay 


i 5 Bia pion = aa 
ei Air 4-d re 


rosters : Gverseas: 


soine 
ex 


CHEVRO 
"210" : 
custom seat covers -w. tires 
set c this sparkling black fin- 
ish: owner: low m™ ona: 

Uarantee ba f- 
poping: 


argain priced at oniy 
HALEY’ S. 
DODGE- PLYMOUTH DEALE 
ist and M Sts. S.E.. Li. 4-3 


eralide 
ance of $37 
1onth 


h. Car = y fo 
7 


at 

e 
giic ‘pow er stepring. r io 
end “heater: 2-to green 


ne 
‘ actual miles. $185 down. Neo. 


vant Bivd., Arlington, 
—i1953 "Zico" 


50 ~~, serviced by 
with brows lg 


coupe: 
ish tulle. mW, radio, heate 
Chevy Chase Chevrolet | 


i I. Wisconsin Ave OL. 4-6100 
[ Co ae b Used Cars 
BU : P y 
e luxe 
and hk. 


~$ 
sedan cares 
sone tides “ir No. 101-4; 30- 
day gtaran trade terms 
B FORD. 1237 “East-West 
ans Bil Open 


O48 
Ke 
26 
JA. 

ou 


Sps., JU. 5-T604 
on 


— sta agon. 
.. oD h 5S: si yoo 
AMERIGAN suRvi Cunt ER. 
585 Pe. = rd., ton, Va. 


iss cREE't condition. $6 
AC 
EANS McKEE” 
5335 wis, AVE. ST. 3. 7107 
at convertible. 


‘oOLET — 
Orig. dDlack fini 


cellent running 
takes it away 
co. 6th & 


een. pom 


ac Olge to. 


fd oa 


. Of Course! FORD 


enyon-Peck Chevrolet | ry, 


, s 
De Soto—1951 Sportsman 
>. transmiss 


ist and M 


DODGE-PL ben eh ne? 
SS a natn, caren 
t; tomatic tranemssesee 


at covers. 
re signs s and ober accessories; 
. extre ely 


ertymee. Here is 
l-owner car! has 2-tone 
fnish radio, heater paves 
5 ve 


Steere and *. romatic 
PYLES MOTOR C 
DE NEES SS UTH_DE CO. 
3600 SILV HILL RD. &SE. 


riven only 
35.000 pa | ‘saites. An ideal little 

rt car for th > seneet or college 
student. Only $39 


ster. 


oucik ersiye ‘ONLY’ ma 


‘54 MERCURY 
Mont. Hardtop 
$1095 TOTAL 
$150 DOWN 


get take with. wi yacnte, Ye 
= 7 eee 
; eres out-of -towners 
lauadlete delivery. 

For credit approval 


black injsh, © ¢ eqeirasting 
covers: © 


and ot other ag i-owner: low ow 


‘50 OLDS “98” 
$297 TOTAL. 


call our consultant 
RE. 7-3890 
BOB WILSON 


— ae e ; 


Fea eh LL JR., Inc.' 
1736 Good H Ra 6k. 


conv.; low mi: Fr. and 
omatic. 4 new w.-# a * 
: exc. mech. cond. 6 


v 
19h coms ry re station 
pas blue. -passenger $1895. 


poe I Cadillac-Olds Co. 
1222. 22nd St. NW. Sie 35-2600 


station wagons: | 
ae BS inele 


i oe 


conver 
4 a. 


‘54 FORD 
$585 TOTAL 


$25 down “by je low monthly pa of DOWN 
— A for Pail Call 4441 credit a 
aa vk aoe PAE Pca 


6th cad eam 
Cor. N. aoe & CLARK NE § 
ONLY 6 Ler: all 


| ing station wagon: 

oT ya. | Guctions: under 500 mi. BUR 

Keny A hevrolet on: f. and h. tu 
vd... Va. FE mileage: very clean; 

| tar ta 


35 miles. 
or best offer 


Sakon Cadillac- Olds 


Chevy Chase ‘Chevrolet 


7725 Wis. Ave. 4-6100 
—. of SUNDAY lub Used Cars 
OF COURSE 


Dootk 45 Coronet 4- door; r. and 
h.. seat covers. Very ciean.. $495.) 


PONT! AC 


5335 wit, Ve ‘ST “S- 7107 
DODGE— BS Weadowbrook gedes. 
Heater; black; No 
0-day guarantee: 
NROE he.’ 5100 


— 1954 Suburban ste- 
Red 


Of Pa rse! 


PL LYMOUTH peeueR 
lL + 


DODGE- 
ist and M Sts. 3.5 
eater. seat | 


2. 2-dr.. he 
reain af $595 _ 


, = 
S384. 30-4 be tee, trad 

ay perantes 

NROE PO RD 1st Tek. on 

Thi, -ton pickup 


terms 
ee se ai 
mes; bert cond.; $1300. PARK- 


FRANK SMALL JR., Ine. 


RD — 1946 nver 
7 Vv -(7 ' 


$2100 
. offer. JA. 8-04) 
-_ L Cregtling Victoria Perf. 
cond. $9. 52%: 9-634 
SED 19 pals. pe -door: rotic. 
"heater, tara signals. 
p Fat 
FRANK SMALL JR. 
or 


“Are 
4-cr.; gar vept.; r. and is direct, 
good tire : 


sienals extra 
. tte 


Priced 


Pan PER Pino MOTORS 


Optom 8 r 4 


RD— Si = 
fim and, B. 
ae tion throws ut. sos LOG 
c 
) 4th ot. N TV. 


ching 
ena ‘Tots ~~ 4 
Kenyon- Peck Chevrolet 
| 38 Wis 
Sheridan blue: one i Ideal | 


N Rr MEAS sr MOTORS 


and terme. — 
ht sve. nw. WO. Phan. i 


5-pass. private 
owner; pa ee tints 
r 5 zee a4 oe covers: 


8 ° 
‘finish, contrasting 


$1095 
or NORTHEAST MOTORS 
S Remapper ec. ecm ea 


eae! 


rysier ing 


steering. 
ww. 
to 


3 nese 
automatic tranamiasion. 
McKEE PONTIAC 

533 Tee 3 Ve er 3-7 107 


top 


=) ‘S53 BUICK .. 195. 
green. 


ae se ee | 
or. |i 


se agg # - ale : 
Beth NG Conte. | 


9 am 
tone: oir cone. - 


-ar.: f, poupe, 
Pordoma atte: blue: $505: | new. 
guarantee: trade) OL. 4- 0. 
E FORD. 5100 2-door sedan a 
wo. 6-2000. Ove ie $10 down. AMBPRICA 
eR CENTER. iad *, — 
o ra.. Artington. Va. J 


‘S) NASH 
RAMBLER 
$25 DOWN 


Extre glean radio and 
tires. overdrive moe 
| credit approval 3- 4258. 


THE \UTO “CENTER 


~utoen— 1908 club coupe. Hor- 
Recondition green with 
ee to, _ 


$150 DOWN 


Course! | ‘52 CHEVROLET 
. ONVERTIBLE 
Moe BE 1b > = was $1095 now $895 


DO 
ist and M Sts. SE. LI 4- 


erslide. is is 
attractive car. 
Steck Ne. 767. 


Addison Chevrolet 


4th & Fis. Ave. LW. 


ar 
Srey. 14.000 miles. Tames 

- Owner ¢o broad 
. 


ok "Ser 
"$4 hardtop: exe. cond. 
miles: owner: - 
5-1 f4s. ; 
D; radio, 
ory. very c 


Dynafiow, prem. 
electr. windows. No. 812A. 


bargain at. 1 145 


‘SI MERCURY ¢ URY CONV. 


$1 
CAINS 
AB $5 DOWN 
*| Bankers’ | Discount Corp. 
léth St. NW 


dhe 


Menthiy parmentse te 
your budget 


COAST-IN PONTIAC 
407 Fis. Ave. W.E. 
200 


NO CASH 


NEEDED 
On Credit al 
Cail Li. 48300 O 


Mr. Smith 
"49 Pontiac .$167 
DRIVE If AWAY o 
"49 Hudson .. .$99 
Burrows 
Meters 
900 az. 
(oprosiTh: NAVY FAD) 


Plymouth 


luxe 2-Door. 


tas Pontiac 


-Deor. 
‘49 Mercury ....$376¢ 
4-Deor. * 


Champion 4-Dr.; 


Chevrolet 


Convertible. 


Plymouth . ‘4s, 


Special de luxe Cled Cpe. 


> 50 
$59 Plymouth . "$4993 
Special de luxe 4-4r. * 


Wash.’s Oldest Chevrolet Dealer® 
Barry-Pate Chevrolet ~ 


166 18th 61. N.W. RE. nities, | 
OPEN EVES.—CLOSED SUN. 


FFF 


$s 


—_— 


CORNER. ste 4G SAP FPLORIDA 


Aa Ee et, "a 


Unite: AUTO SALES 


Mecane 
es 


eey. 


"54 Chev. $1095 
e-Tep tee 


‘52 Stude. $645 
> op soba 
ww. éisss 


‘For Giant Values 
—Hee the Little 
Biante at the 5: gn 
of the G 


LINCOLN-MERCURY | 
FAIRFAX CIRCLE, VA, | 
CRESCENT 3-0200 


1954 Wouterey sedan: 
fully equipped. $1498. Cod 


| do Cadillac-Olds Co. | 


ST 35-2600 1... 


:| Mov ING 
ouT! 


OUR PRESENT STOCK 


SALE 


NO CASH NEEDED FOR DOWN PAYMENT! 


'| 54 PONT...*995. 


Chieftain Special, B. & H. 


HARDY RICHARDSON 


o st udedaker Dealer 
= te t Coast” 


611 Wilkes St. fr: 35-3400 


2206 ersen Davis Hwy. 
ee eS EL. 9-5828 


4 FULL PRICE | 
‘53 FORD . . °495/| 
ses 6 | 


¥-8 Tuder. t-Tene Paint. Equipped. 


Hardtep, Dynafiew. RK. & EL 


| ‘51 OLDS... *395 


Super “88” 2-Deor. RB. & BH. Hydra-Ma 


BANK FINANCING ® ciiaine ALL GRADES 
WELCOME *© MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM 


MILLER MOTOR CO. 


1510 RHODE ISLAND AVE. NE CO. 5-8214 | 
OPEN 9 AM-l0 P.M. DAILY—-10 A.M-S P.M. SUNDAY 


FOR THIS SPECIAL SALE 


— 


IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 
MAKE YOUR OWN TERMS 
5336 WISCONSIN AVE. 
SERVICEMEN FINANCED. 


$1595 
and 


$2195 


Cony ertibie; fully 


Bel Air 2-Dr.: 
glide. 
as Ford 


'-Door: very nice 


“53 Chevrolet $1195 


Station Wasen %-Dr. vr. hk. 
‘53 Chevrolet $595 
used very little 


4-Dr.. Pf.» ho 
as texi. 

$895 
Cranbrook 4-Deor: r. and hb 
53 


*S3 Plymouth 
_ $895 
“y.8;’ 


siies 


! pewer steering; 


$595 
r. Be 


$895 
Pow- 


$895 
. Perd- 


$995 
» Ford. 


$995 
“y.8" Victorla: smapey 
$2 illac $1995 
Fleetweoed: fall pewer: 
ovipped. 


$745 
$795 


Rambler Station Wagon; ra- 
dio, heater, overdrive. 
$595 


t= Pewerstide: very nice, 
er $295 


.. very clean. 
3 


Cerenet 4-Dr. 
‘53 Olds 


British eee 4-Dr.: 
everdri 

"52 Chevrolet 
Station Wagon; 


Believe 


These quality cars are being 
sold at these prices until 
YOu S06 «s. 


for 
Yourself 


OPEN TIL 10 P.M, 
OPEN SUNDAY 


$1375 


33 Buick 


2- po pe 
steering, ete. Really sharp 


"54 Olds . $1896 
tome finish yebem i 

i... *. 
.$629 


and 
‘51 Buick 
Riviera 4-Deor 
NF ee and beige. Fally 


| ne egy 
aan Ch sler . $646 
r 4 De Lease Se- 
; green Cinta lew mile- 


age; ene own 
$1839 


4-Dr. 
pawer 
: Whe ne 


"54 Olds 


Recket Saper * 


thing like new; rans and leoks 


tke @ dream 
‘52 Olds $1032 
“Beare Moule, wraale 


“ea” 
low mileage; one 


reen: 
eater. ete.i 
owner: reali pice car. 

P 

54 Chev. $1371 
Convertible: turquoise finish, 
black tes. w.-w. tires. Poewer~ 
slide, radio. heater, ete.: 
mileage: ene carefal 
excellent condition 

and sharp little carriage. 


“54 Ford $1176 


Custembine Teder; green: 
Fordematic, radio, heater. 
ete.: 10,000 actual miles: ene 


owner, Really nice. 
33 Olds $1410 
De Luxe Sedan: 


Hydra-Matic. 
radie. heater. new seat covers. 
white-wall tires Very lew 
mileage one owner: execilont 


throushout. 
‘53 Dodge .. $795 
bine 


2-Deer: f-tene finish. 
and white. heater. seat covers. 
chrome whee dise.. direc 
tienal signals: lew mileage: 
ene careful ewner. This is « 
sharp litth buggy. 


"52 Chrysler . .$795 


Windser 4-Doer: Seamist 
green, matching euality seat 
covers, big radice. bie heater: 
w ‘mileage: one ao 
beantifal in every 

This is the Windser 


owner: 
spect. 
De L 


‘S51 Chrysler . $629 


Windsor De Lexe 4-Deer Se- 
dan; beaetifal tight biee fin- 


matic transmission. bie radie 
and nease, matching plastic 


seat cove 
‘S1 Pontiac . .$595 


“8” Chieftain 4-Deoor Sed 


nals: ene © ; 
Excellent eondition ; 
clean car, & real bargain. 


‘52 Patkard $793 


“S" 4-Deer: beaugtifal tur- 
aucise, original finish: fully 
equip w mileage: one 
ewner; tke new in every de- 


teil. 
30 Olds $495 
Rocket, black 


4-Door 

Qnish: Hydra- Botte. Rk & H.. 
etc.; leaded. sharp car. A 
—— car a lh be preud te 


‘SS Ford ....$1997 


“S” Sunliner Convertible’ fully 
equipped low mileage: one 
owner; the new. Sea mist 
green, white tires, ete. 


‘53 Olds ....$1388 


Super “S58” 4-Dr.: all power 
ecauipment: low mileage: ene 
owner. Orig. 2 -tone Retard 


and white, like ne 
"52 Chev. .$714 
original 


4-Deor Laxe;: 

paseee . finish low mile- 
wher; conventional 

= en. Tag Fully equipped. 


‘53 Nash $1088 
Hardtep Statesman Country 
Clab; aes 

like A 

sconeuniont Mittle car, 


"53 Olds .$1439 


Recket “98” 4-Deor: original 

mint ereen: fully eanioped: 

one owner: lew mileage. 
$758 


"oe Ghev. .... 
t-Deer Sedan one ewner: lew 
Standard transmis- 


mileage. 
sion; original i-tene gray; ex- 


eelient ecendition 
32 Ford .$854 


* Tueder Oasteniines Le iage 
mega) Poerdemetic. BR a 
s careful ene-owner sovmesiy 
owned this littie jewel. 


‘S51 Olds .$742 
per “as” 4-Dre. t-tene 
t Hydra-Matic. H.. seat 
. A&A ear You wil» oe 
= own. tee it 


‘S4 Plym.... $1412 


Hardtepi Powerflite transmis- 


ene owner like new 


P 
53 Ford 
“8” Tudor: tan end 
one careful ewner: eculp 
Everything 
is economical 


‘54 Ford ....$1 
ion 


ood 
ttle 


white tires. 
im this ona. 
"54 Ford ($1199 
Custemiine: blue, fully eapd.: 
ae  waisages ong owner: like 


‘52 Chrysler . $845 


w De Laxe: green 
a +> > Gon 


‘52 Chev. 


inal dare” 
TP ia. 


~ 


COLONIAL 


OLDSMOBILE CO. 


1241 6th St. NE. 
JUST OFF FLA. AVE. 


Li. 3-5555 
|°Paen snd 


‘THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES 
S4 Saturday, October 15, 1955 
AUTOMOBILE, SALE ; 


y : . 7 wTlAC 6. » fine Se "MOUTH. IMPERIA 
Race as aces a ct ai Bs Miavamn, are, G88 i] sey poet Melt ou be Wavlad a | steht 
| LEMP RAT OF COURSE | We 'st.3-7107 | Mick : [iiss $1,247 | Now $1,588 


ee, 


*, sm give. new-car many . f. and bh 8898. Mo 117 : a F a , 
i “i | fageaed See ee | a" SAB ne! 7 oe eee Ee sso We MS Stor (il mc water 
an 4083 L’ MOTOR CO. | nioned. iin SB xT berekbronnses chooss from. PINEY BRANCH SSSSSSSSSSSSS ] by Prosn'2 oldest Crevroiet Dealer 
= man’ Chevrolet — |v nf GRAMR DEA oc | ESLseiE etal Pgh Ba | a ROE mE | ees ONS. jo 54 Ford . .91405 ies ° ll oes ot batt ate 
3270 M_St_N.W. AD. 2-444 . Sows War eregn top: eouipped ‘with heater. PREY HP Sole NR REN Taken. [] 008 18h St. Nw. REL 7-78T8 
OLDSMOBILE—'90 8" fer, sul.) 7 KA WHEELER, INC fras. oo to." iste an ; ” Fordomatic. very. tet lew [Loren EvEs.—CLosED suNDAY 
tay perpmiar | J : 55 PONTIAC oy oe 7 : 


vertivie 


7 
‘| 
; 


Bitar nated, eset oh “POLLIN PACRARD v5 Wesnan OY Be See - 
dire es PRIME Ptatte| mere —sw gwen ($288 FULL PRICE itsopowe, || | Efe sag oe fs UP TO ‘1,000 OFF 


convertible. Red & white, matcnin ne 
feather interior, Power steering an awn on ¢ 
LS Ave. #8777 


me covers. Very, hoster, ’ , sight r sede tiful bieck ca 4-9882 
Eapitel Cadillac’ Olds Co, | ty-ten Pont we rotection, i8:| made the “th Feesmditionad fan at steady, fob ana’ good. credis " BLASS & CLARK | S110 Hamilton st. WA. 7-coet @ 
tau | ROE BRIO) | eee | AC Tt 1955 OLDSMOBILES 
FL 14 2 brook; new mareon. fin ae 3 ‘saves | CO. OFFICIAL CARS 
ish rn | 1955 OLDS 


luxe “He day coupe Only si 7 3 
driven by factory offie: al In adi BP 7. ted’ bunday, ’ 
See: ©. DE. anpconeiiomans. all of a 951 black: w.- YMO Se ane rites | 
Olds options R uipme ni aS Bett * tires excellent, Written ; 
steering and brakes, se eateed | | rat eh aa 1 Yosemigen. BE. Ll 4-2000 tee, Bank financing. DON’T DELAY dean. “98” De Luxe HOLIDAY COUPE 
— antially iess than original - fe ee ite t > | HALEY” “Of Course! | *s3 PLYM. . .$985 sont covers. ; « Fully Equipped 
AKERS OLDS-CADILLAC CO. | Ais), TE. 6-02 eee EA Club Coupe. No. 994 | g x. Ra sqeloed | 
a rungtes eae Cent _ ry. Ria SMALL JR., Inc. | : ea isan ta Wy | tot and snd] M i oie i vasualt Qin : , | "2 Oldest end Largest ® . and | SUPER “gg” Pe ps ye IDAY SEDAN 
OLDRMONIEE— F955 "ea Ho oe 1124, pond. Hope Bd, A. WU, L-oe07 | fe wy. Rye De ec ) | xe HOL 
e . : puntry. must sell, : ; 
ead & pectat Fe cce gu guar raptes. Hardtop: ~“ os: “40 : Oo. PLY ‘ 7 GTON. VA. | ayraaabh. 
Capitol Cadillac-Olds Co. | SPAM ade tstantet ce MEU, oom Sear | Cop ene MANN OLDSMOBILE 
Sibson E— i685 Babe“ 2: reduced $: low fi | EAS | , S$ JESUP BLAIR RD. 
door. Str! oe Ag Orin aby 0 74009 ff WINDSOR DLX. 4-DR. SEDAN | | SILVER SPRING, MD. 
re oe ly equipped with A ARD room oss - BR Orteinal dark | . Ww. . ¢. 9.4 
vdra power oo hg. radio College Park, Ma. tless ca ow new 3 : Fall ; JU. 5-8010 OPEN 9%, SAT. 
Subu hea ae Bie PLYMOUTH ws Crap r Syst steering 
uburban Cadillac-Olds i'¢ ck; $896:| QWnet: smeért buy: , ant | ehzigmetie | 
n _ + 2 « i 


BRADLEY SHOPPING CENTER 


me 5 haere Z| Je a fins oe hss se IREW MOTOR CONT ss ous | _ OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY 


&. ‘Bis i 4 4 ; e Meeker | oner, 
3 ack finish. ape DON’T WAIT! an — —a - ha ieahaie tate | — ‘TIL 9 P.M, 
“McKEE PONTIAC |§'50 PLYM. . $545 if De Lane t-dr, Mester, ff | FINAL _— 


par CLEARANCE! 


$399 FULL PRICE | res 
REPOSSESSED _ | ig stay ger. cor“as5c «apt. ape 


¢-door, Hydra-Matic. +. and b | etter RA. 3-0800, ext. 476. | 
tires. mechanically perfe ue - 5140 Lee Hwr. JA. 23-9008 
5 per month Call ST *y-4258 . 
+ quick credit appr 


HE AUTO CENTER ‘SS MORRIS MINOR 
19h ant ts Mca ania Pe 3 ho pas: From 
Dc. aap DODGE R 


r h runs fine heater, low m \ 
au5, Menge CORONET 4-DR. SEDANS 
$1395 i we = 
transmission $1 695 CCC guar- 


oa Cadillac-Olds Co. FAIRFAX MASH SALES co. 


20nd St. NW ST. 3-2600 Betleve c 
4-dr. sedan. RR & min. 
$245 oF best offer JE. 35-3008 Oven 3 . ww bt Largest 


sor sedan ml TREW MOTOR CO. 


145: $i 
AN SERVICE CENTER. 585 oie th & Fin. Ave. WE. Lf. 17-1722 
Pieve rd.. Arilin JA 
Bo 8 “53 HUDSON HORNET 
AC j dtop /_ aper, lead 
Club Coupe 


9175 DOWN Carnation cream. New. 
+1 “CHEV VROL OLET car condition. Hyda- 
Mati : 
Was $1,820 As $1,296 atic, radio, heater 
Air Hardtep: delightful $1395 


attractive Bermuda ftreen ever 
cream: Airflow heater. Custom 


radio, Frwore te An excep- Armstrora Motors, Inc. 


est C ) caler Wask. Largest Hud ¢ 
‘Barry-Pate Chevrolet Js Sexresae = 3] | TO WAIT” 
™M. Don’t you be too late for this 


1168 18th St. NW. RE. 
OFEN EVES-CLOSED SUNDAY . Tremendous Bargain 


$O006S00Se You Can Buy This 
We Have Them! 1951 DODGE ‘55 CHEV. 


PACKARDS CORONET 4-DR. SEDAN 


. % 
> , 
> , One-owner: finished in « beas- TWO-DOOR 
$i te Sic. All body 4 tifel mediem erey: with radie 
styles. One-owner care! + 
> 
. 
| 
, 


>» For Any of the 
> Following Cars 


> We OR. Credit here. 
No Worries. 24Month 
> Financing. Be as 
S44 Nash .. $45.00 
Sioteomes y Champten ‘dr, vr. & bh. 
Deniz has 10-000" miles: ex- Buick 

new 2-dr. Super, r. & h. Share. 
54 Packard $45.00€ 1-53 Chevrolet $1095 
= el _ tiful %-tene . 
— — * 
p'53 Chev.. $45. 00 | Sy economics! “é" 
pana tee {very ke | Olds 


sa ¢&- 
ex sy ont. 1195. 


‘S) Pontiac. $45.00 > Buick 


Sener Bardtep: pewer 
steering. 
Chevrolet . $895 


‘52 Olds. .. $45.00 SPEED nt be Dy 
ag) Trace, Motic Door) all = Chevrolet ; .$495 


suse oe pe DF - e BR. ond b. Powerslide. 
»’53 Ford es . Plymouth .. .$295 


Special de luxe; r. and kh. 


~ a 


VvVVNVVYNY 


An avalanche of new Chevrolet sales has 
created « bottleneck at both our huge lots. 
Te give ws room te breathe, we're 
sacrificing our entire stock of cars af a 
fraction of their worth. Easy convenient 
terms arranged te fit your budget. On the ~ 
spot delivery. Every single car in ‘stock 
must go... 80 be early for best buys. ~ 


1750 BLADENSBURG RD. N.E. 
MS cimeaeass . LA. 6-1905 


eee 


Silver Spring 
Auto City, Inc. 


Cheat te tie Shopee) 
“Ju. road 


line ?-Deer: Ff. 
a. . Me - ., +.e. ; 52 
bi ten- 


out. 


and heater for just $695. 
Oeraet we MOTORS ‘a9 


Washington's Oldest end Largest 
e-Pigmouth Dealer 
7301 Wis. Ave. (Beth.) 


OL. 2-9200 TREW MOTOR co. 


Area’s Largest ‘Packard Dealer th & Fie. Avo. BE. Li. 31-1782 $995 Full 
a Price 


i 


50 HUDSON §=© $749 | 'S1 DODGE § = $59 


4-deer: Ne. SCILISA. 4-deor: Ne. 8CT44. 


52 CHEVROLET $499 | 'S3 CONSUL © $599 


Coupe: Ne. SCSOSA. 4-deoer: Ne. 70141. 


50 HASH =: $369 | [51 PONTIAC §=—_ $5.99 
>Macal Mtrs.2 | | 60 FORD $399 | ‘52 PLYMOUTH § $599 
~ aon ‘50 CHEVROLET $399 ‘52 PLYMOUTH $599 


7011 
2-deor; No. 710233. 4-door; Ne. SC1I64A. 


3m Hi '50 PLYMOUTH $399 | ’S2 CHEVROLET $449 


er. Excellent mechanical con- 2 ford - $795 AUTO DISCOUNT HOUSE 2-deer; Ne. 7C178. 2-deor; Ne. 110167. 


Ss ese QL at | Sewer mtee so PORTIA §— $499 | 52 DODGE #499 
ry wYyYy vw YY , rt Ne. 8CL ; Ne. SCISSA. 

TREW MOTOR CO. ‘50 sod. $395 | | | 

Sth & Fis. Ave. WE. Li. 71-1782 ka hb. No. bei 19 5 54 BUICK | | | | b2 CHEVR OLET $699 bom HUDSON $699 

“For Giant Values 4-Door Roadmaster | | 50 PONTIAC $439 hog PLY MOU MU . $777 


ana Arthory PUT Willd Giamts athe san Fully Equipped | | ) | ste ayy beet niet 
“ABRAHAM! ' AIR-CONDITIONED COMPANY CAR | | | 1 CHEVROLET $499 53 CHEVROLET $888 
Ne rRet HUGE SAVINGS 1 os ‘51 FORD $499 | '53 CHEVROLET $999 


Money 10-DAY New-car warranty and new-car titles a. | Forder; Ke. 80196. a-deors Me, 80296. 


oy ricnanosou || CAITHNESS BUICK, INC. | ee Se SEH 


ber arpa 7700 Wisconsin A 
aan Coase” 1 ests Mae omnn AY Oo. gsooo fy WITH ONE OF THESE 'S1 CHEVROLET $549 | 'S4 CHEVROLET $1990 


) 4 ‘\\* = & A - | eine G.M.A.C. Fi ; | | t-deor; Ne. 9C4t. 2-deor; Ne. PC271. 
Aes ————_—— —— | HANDLEY a6 [MMe )=—6O 


e 
Corenet 4-dr.s vr. ond h. 


PAGE-HUGHES BUICK 

‘49 Cadillac $45.00 621 ARLINGTON BLVD. 

(2% sak aa ‘- JE, 3-9700 "els Crorch. 
ther i 

Monday through Friday, 

9 “ttl 9; Saturday ‘til 6: 

Closed Sunday. 


Ne Cash Needed 
Co. 5-8214 


= fi: 


Deer. Ne 


K elo | : é Attention! —— 
mny0n oe Petk | ey rotor — 
NG me Wi s r~ 

ae 


3146 Lee wr. JA. 23-9008 
ee 
. cra 
r. h., everdrt Ne. Bank Financ Arr 
1951 DODGE aos Ask About rar oie wk 
3-DOOR SEDAN ‘s3 DeSote $1295 and 100% Pn Mes 


: 
Twe-tene green and iverry: cus-@ ; 
tom seat covers. radie and heat- — = h. : The Original Discount House 


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4-deor; Ne. TCBOOA. 


54 Mere. .$1399 ley AP Ba gale 3 i?) Dein Fhe “HAND PICKED” B's povee $5ge | 'S0 OLDS $549 


4-deor; Ne. TOSTEA. Convertible; Ne. 9C2e#. 


oe ohn, sooml | 4 7 : AN “hy -e ; SPECIAL 5601 BALTIMORE AVENUE 


Cranbrook 4-Dr. r. & & 


63 Willys seem LT ape 'S5 CHEVROLET . . $1745 tm Mrattevile, Ma. 196 miles above the WHA 77905 
to eh EXAMPLE | Beek 

Oh re ‘51 HUDSON HORNET CONVERTIBLE | 53 FORD "$995 50 FORD ‘51 PACKARD $ 

oo * 08 32h AR lg 


erslide. yérematic, BR. and H. W.-W co | new : Club Coupe; No. 12C8S7A. 


te $543 OUR SALE PRICE .......... a Sei 
5? De Sote $529 Fx sa nil RR SBTC i Bs a PS aa rs 0 ce | Cranbreek 4-ér. | 50 MERCURY $495 51 OLDS $695 — 
Club Cre.. Fr. and hb. ppt path s abs Pak Ee Ps Nas eink shaigtnnts ths icthias asibae ss. igaeeablege, 2 a8 'S3 FORD 4-deer: Ne. SC1A. 4-deer; Ne, 7098. [ 


"62 Dodge ..$6799% |} °53 Ford ...$1100/ SS Plym. ..$1600| '55 aes os $2450:| as BTUREBAKER ..¢900 51 FORD §=6»-- $495 | '52 CHEV. $645 


4-De. vr. and bh. 
Ranch Wasen, V-8. Fordoematic, | Savoy, tk redie and heater, | Menterey 4-deor, Mero-O-Matic, ee ER H. Sparkling bine OGnish. Clean, ; 
51 Chev. : $439 radie and bhester. v.-7. tires, 00 — miles. | ©. and h., pwr. brakes, like new. | '=4 CHEVROLET . $1295 60 GHEY, $395 53 STUDE. $995 


en | 1 Chewaa $80] 40 Ode... 8276 |e ade. 8075 | >t Goma” ns sees. (RO PomTUC gos | 81 aos ar 745 
_ . + Hvdra. heater, | Coronet 4-dr.. Grromatio, radio ins" SPECIAL ‘robaY ONLY.” 51 FORD $595 53 WILLMAN $795 


and heater, w.-w. tres, new top. | seat covers, and hester. 


53 Plymouth, $760 | "SO Ford ....$275 | "50 Olds ....$450 ; Mh Zesvdt distin mt ate 31 FORD) = $g4q | '53 CHEV. $995 


oI Nich . Cranbreok 4-door, éaulpped. De luxe 4-door, radic and heater, | “98” 4-dr., Hydra... radie and 4-deer; Ne. 90898. t-deer; Ne. 9C47. 


Stetesman. opr, ' seat covers. heater, seat covers. | : ; "51 CHEVY. $545 52 MERCURY $895 


50 Chev. oe 2) 2-deor; Ne. 90147. 4-deor; No, BC1S4. 


Drs, ands 52 Olds ... $900 | 53 Ford ...$1075 | '50 Stude ...$275 {9% suv on HANDLEY’s FAMOUS TERMS 51 PLYM. = €©6$545 | '54 GHEY. $1995 


Rocket “6,% 4-Dr.. Mydra, | “T*téme “O" Comvertibic, Forde. | Champion 4-ér.. O'drive, radio { Cars Carry Washington’ Trade Assoc. Guarantee 2-doors Ne. 90805. 2-deors Ne. 7207. 


oe ee see ne" E mati 1. 806 Ra ww, tires, | and henter, seat covers We sil Have A Few ‘5S FORD | 51 PONTIAC $695 53 em on 1048 
'63 Chevrolet, $775 | 48 Pontiac . $125 | '48 Cadillac . $375 | AT TERRIFIC SAVINGS! 


a-deor “150”, eaulpped. “| @s" @-deer, redie and heater. “1” 4-dr Hydra... ©. and hb. 


gayle hee 
ABRAHAM 3] MANN '© OLDSMOBILE 6323 GEORGIA AVE. N.W. 


x 
1339 E WEST HOW'S : AT PINEY BRANCH ROAD ONE OF THE 
esville Bd. Silver Spring i HOME OF USED CARS | . tLD’S 
esville Bday Sitvar St TA. 9-8416 Open Daily, 8-9; Saturdays, 8-6 Ww Lageeee 


IU, 5.6186 Bones a . | Bir. Ge 
nanona a ar Ra Sa RETR — RET A Five 


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ee ee : 
Saturday, October 15, 1955 35 f 
97 AUTON 7 


OUR 6th BIRTHDAY 


BIG "6" SALE 
PRICES SLASHED 


"Sd Ford ..$1296 | '51 Ford... $396 
ustom or Custom Tudor. ° -door; equipped. ’ 
$896 | "50 Ford ..sx96 || 33/0" ist3e iF Spare h tote a 


"63 Ford. 
De Luxe Todor. ‘S2 Pontiac . $1095 


Custom Teder. 
"49 Ford... Catalina; r.. h.. Mydre-Matie. 


"52 Ford. . 
ree . ‘52 Pontiac .. $795 
Al ) ag h.. Brdéra-Matic, ¥.- 
. $695 
‘64 Plym. .$1496 
Servi Fi °4—~Dell A Ohne $1 436 Bel Air Hardtop, 
“Fer Credit Approval Call ‘Ss! Chev. 4 


"51 Pontiac 
4-Dr, "8": tr bo Byrdre-Matic. 
BOB WwoobDs 5 ° . F . nf bem lene t-dr.: clean; 
1112 Bladensburg Rd. KEOpen 9.9L 3.2107-—_UL 4.960 53 Henry J $296 52 Stude 50 Chev. 


No. Chews ms 4} 
aeuneue 


‘53 Pontiac _ $1595 
48 CADILLAC CONV. 


im the cash and drive 1 away. 


ry PONTIAC CATALINA 
Hardtop. Hydra. 


"53 MERC. MONTEREY 


Bardies. | we-w. tires. 


"SI areenin 
Ford Wardtes; KR. & H. Fordemeatic. 


"49 OLDS CONV. ... 
Red with Nicht top, R. 


"Si OLDS “98” 


Sedan: Hyrdra.: w.-. tires: 65 — 


Maton ol Fah, hy 295 


33 Chev. .. $1095 


Rel Ale t-dr.1 rv. and hw w.-,. 


. $895 


.. With Last Ditch 


‘S1 Chev. ... $695 


i i i i i 


wae MACK” 


TERMS! TERMS! TERMS! 


Commander 4-4r ‘eqtipped. 
'S] Stude. 


$395 
Commander * ” 1 f. 
S4"Pontisc’ ” $1695 


4-Dr. “S"": c. Be Hyérs- Matte, 
w.-w. tires, 


50 Stude. 


Commander 4-4r.:; 


‘47 Pontiac . 
2-Deer; r. and hk. 


hi 


H. J. BROWN PONTIAC, INC. ; 
1545 WILSON BLYD., ARLINGTON JA. 2.5587 


Lee Hwy. & Chain Bridge Rd., Fairfax, Va. 
JE, 4-2863 Or Dial Crescent 3-1330 


The Walking Man’s Friend 


Rush Sale || 


‘53 Olds ... *95 


* Convertibie. power, BR. & H.. w.-#.. Hedra-Matic. biee 
yments, 


50 Cadillac = 998 


Bard coupe “61”. white and forest green, 
aie, | A . Hydra-Matic. i-onmen lew my ly a 


‘52 Plymouth . 


Belvedere Hardtop, one of Se cleanest ig town, RB. A EL. 


‘52 Ford. . . *389 


Teder, bleck, eeulpped. runs good, 825 deWn. small weekly 
payments. 


‘A9 Chevrolet . 169 


Green 4-door, an excelient ber. 85 down. 64 per oy 
ALSO 100 OTHER MODELS TO CHOO 
Fast Financing for Servicemen of All Grades 64 DE SOTO 


INSURANCE OF ANY TYPE HANDLED ON PREMISES 
Powermeaster 4-Dr. Sedan: heat- 


Immediate Delivery } oe. 
“Charlie Macks” 


| Reliable 


101 NEW YORK AVE. 
NA, 8-5571-2 Bf CHEVROLET 


OPEN 9 ‘TIL 9. SUN. 10 ‘TH § 
CREDIT APPLICATIC NOR ; 


| Discounis 


UP TO *501 


ON EVERY CAR IN STOCK! OVER 125 CARS! 


GOODWILL 
RECONDITIONED 


pA 


No Cash Needed 


With Good Credit 52 Pontiae -- $1495 $397 s$iose 
GET TAD SPEER SATALMIA RAND TOE, egetaged ith erers- 
"54 Chev. _._... $1795 $408 $1386 
Fee hae ea aete eartns, Ueguard tebes. Me, Selby. 

$1555 $329 $1226 
— es SEDAN: egutpoed: Hyére-Matie; low mileare: per- 

$1295 $311 $ 964 
suren “ee” s-poos | ge A Ryédre-Matic;, felty easipped: tm- 
"52 De Sete _-$1150 $307 § 843 


eeoe SEAM power steering cautpped: threughest. 


53 Chev. ._... $1445 $447 $ 906 
get ve 4-DOOR: ceufeped: Mke brand-cow te every reepeet, 
"54 . $1905 $501 $1494 
sg ta extipped with everrthing; Mere -0- 
54 Chev. --- - $1625 $328 $1297 


BEL AIR 2-DOOR: + eons tefl from sew. Ne S617. 


52 Pontiae _._ 8 945 $256 $ 689 
$5008 SEDAN) equtpped; perfect in every respect; Bydre-Matie, 
°S1 Buick __. $ 905 $234 $ 761 
Geren piviend | ae » leaded with equipment; Dreatew. 
’ 
52 Plym. __; 8 875 $317 8 S48 
52 2 Buick ...-$1225 $271 $ 936 
sures 42008, ee felty seuipped; Dysetew; enuceel 

$ 690 


A er equipped; Byrére-Matic. A pewer- 


'S1 Pontine .. 8 895 $348 $ | 547 
om pan paw equipped; Myére-Me 
'S2 Buick. ...$1325 $340 $ 965 
ey Th, —*  eeniaieiel 
-—S. 'S3 Hudsowm ~. $1225 $333 3 892 
pegeee 206s? ggre* oe reeves: tmmeactiate, mechan. 
52 Buick __..$1295 $313 $3 962 
prvemns manatee Cree. woated with everything, Dreefiew 
A. RE ..-8 925 $430 $ 495 


: perfeet oud teemecelate threech- 


$1539 $346 $1193 


On Display at 


2612 DUKE ST. 


Alexandria 


OV. 3-3234 


On Display at 


1611 KING ST. 


Alexandria 


TE. 6-6221 
'54 PONTIAC 


Selon; °, oat ft 
inal Sicck finish’ wy 


64 PONTIAC 53 FORD 


| cer Chief ih new 8f ond | Customline Forder Sedan: hest- 
" lew 


$'53 Victoria $575 

‘53 Chev. $475 

394 Sta. Wag. ‘975 

et a} ‘53 Rambler $775 


53 PONTIAC 


- x? -? a 
Hrdra-Matic 3p or "$1296 


oe Rf meyen ied 
neater, Avgrametie. - 60@m 


62 CHEVROLET 


De Laxe 4-Deer Sedan: 


51 PACKARD "49 es 


Martair Hardtes; BR. & 4-Deo Gotea 
K., aute. transm $796 heater 4 ira-Ma 


FULL PRICE 


‘34 Catalina 4175 
‘55Ford 975 


Cotoutine “¥-8"; eanlpped. 


Servicemen All Grades Financed 
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 


Irv. Martin 


12th & K Sts. eam 
PARKING NA. 8-4455 


4-Deor Sedan: r. and hb. 
finish ... P 


"53 PLYMOUTH 


Cambridge 2-Deeor Sedan: r. and 
3 goers al light eray 


53 STUDEBAKER 
ok Ce Coupe; | poster, So $895 


54 Ford . 


Custem 4-Deor. 


$1166 
$106 
$1166 
$1366 
$166 : 
180" Packard $206 |563° Ford . $1266 
‘$3. Pontiac $806 |'41 Hudson $106 


ARRANGED TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET 


BENDALL ae 


$1205 sass $ 942 
SEDAK; a — oy RY with ; Byére -Matic; 


$2165 $470 $1695 


Doo . Ke ‘! Wo Y hs LALA Oe 
, ‘VF v4 “A ‘Wi Ww " ' : 
Ms 2 SY ae: We NV We SW EWA ; . 


$466 


‘51 Plym. . $466 
50 Hudson $166 


2-Deer, 


wy wa aa re. Poe POG et eta t 


ee ct gover Pookens Une eee. co he bk. 


sUrEcR “se” 
sharp diee: pewer 


°53 Pontiac _. $1695 $405 $1290 


xe eT ee 


'S2 Buick .._..81325 $252 $1073 
possessoren RL eat Ay + beewtifel green: Drastew; 
"51 Dodge _..$ 725 $236 $ 

, ee eee $236 S$ 489 


TAKOMA <> MOTORS| 


OVER 30 YEARS A FORD DEALER 


8725 PINEY BRANCH ROAD 
JU. 8-1000 Silver Spring, Md. 


Your BUICK | | 


Closed Sundays 


45 Years of 
DEPENDABLE USED CARS 


NORTHWEST SOUTHEAST 
1620 M ST. N.W. 
Di. 7-8196 


‘54 Buick .. $1797 
.. $1197 

.. $897 

. $797 
.. $747 
. $597 

.. $397 
. $197 
. $947 
.$397 
$497 
$397 


8-DOOR 5 
@ steal of 


ANIL 
USED cineca 


53 MERCURY 4-DOOR 


PSS E1905 


1437 Bove Se. NW. 


a. vee é- me 4 
7 Myare- 


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‘49 OLDS “9a” 2~de. No. 3076. 


‘54 Buick 


Century bardtep. 


"53 Buick 
Hardtep 2-door, 
‘S2 Buick ....$897 
Sedan. 
*S1 Buick ....$847 
) . $547 
49. Buick .s». $397 
.. $197 
.$597 
.$497 
. $897 


: 153 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR e mass 
' . 353 | ‘50 PONT! 
Soke con, 6m aia $ me eel 49 MERCURY 4m, 
| is coed eri f ; . Ra BU Spec 
| RS sel (30 NASH 4.49, 


1437 Irving 3, N.W. 


..$1297 


‘si “Buick 
‘ST Buick 


t-deer sedan. 


‘50 Buicks . 


Sedan and t- deer. 


‘49 Buick 


Sedaneite. 


‘46 Buick 
Sedan. 
‘53 Chevrolet 


2-deer sedan. 


‘49 Chevrolet 


< >» 


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Peer eo’ 


s'p4 ‘ 

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mew *795 


aT ti nt Se. NW. 


soa « » 
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LOW COST, EASY TERMs 


Seana Lustine 


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‘50 _ Mercury ; 
52 “Olds "88" 


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5555 BALTIMORE E AVE, HYATTSVILLE 


UNION 4-2073 


$747 
$447 
‘s1 ‘Studebaker, $447 
INDOOR DISPLAY. 


"EMERSON al 2 


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‘THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD |AUTOMOBILE, SALE 


Saturday, October 15, 195§ te eta 


ve any time Wee 
von OLKSWAGENS NS 


ee sa inl 
UNITED AUTO SALES 
_cwibLOM habs “*s SF 77 _ 


Pr at te are 


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8 , er: 
e ’ fens ® eh | Br HEAST MOTORS | 1047 Jist Bt. WLW, wy "$1146 
$5 CHEVROLETS 
Company Official Cars 
Bel Airs, 210 Series 


Your sheice of bedy sivies. New 
car tiles. Bew-tar Warranty. 


Hard mre 
FORDS—’52s & '53s 
PONTIACS—’52s & ’53s 
MERCURYS—’53s 
NASH COUNTRY CLUB—'51 
CHEVROLETS—’52s 


Down Paymts. from $95, 
Payments from *40 


LOW RATE FINANCING 


Kessler Motors 


4121 R. l. AVE., BRENTWOOD, MD. 


roh- ena. 


= ti 


‘35 to ‘14S 
rong 


er. and ‘heater. ear a Was creak 
Grady Metors Corp. 


7809 Wis. Ave. Beth... Ma, | 
L. & 


‘53 LINCOLN CAPRI 
CONVERTIBLE 


Resetifel Cotenial Biee Guich, Brand new Orlen White ten. 
Com 6156. ecaulpeed with BR. & H., ©.-@. tubeless tires, 4-war 
seats, window Wfic. Fewer brakes and steering. Deal rence 
Mivdre-Matic, tutene leather interior, ether Lincein lexeries, 


treded on the new "4 Lincoln. Previews owner 
Swen hee 
Montgomery-Stubbs 
Lincoln—H8 eadquarters—Wercury my heater, ete. 
3715 Bladensburg Rd. NASH .... $1195 
AP. 7-2400 AP, 7-2929 sateaman herein re- 


Hvdra-Matie. 


"53 FORD 


Sauire Station Wagon, 
the. fully eauipeed. in 
Come and drive 


Country 
Ferdoma 
execeliont shape. 


$1495 


: : 
269 DOWN Bl auszermaiava ai tom 


"Ber s Oldest Chevrolet Dealer 1916 DIAGONAL ROAD 


yee mat te Chevrolet 


A 4 NW. Ss ieen 7-787" 
Runday 


"52 MERCURY. . $1145 
bie; radio. - 


1954 PLYMOUTH 
5-PASSENGFER COUPE 
Twe-tene blew: looks Whe new! 
ene-owner: lew mileage: Castem 
seat covers, redie and heater 

. all fer ently 81194. 


Washington's Oldest end Laroest 
Dodoe-Plymouth Dealer 


TREW MOTOR CO. 


6th & Fla. Ave. W.F. Lt, 71-1782 


ONE DAY 
SPECIAL 


‘50 Chev. 


Pewerstide & FEauvipped 


em RL A Al ag 


threagheu 4. 
Nelson 5 
7215 BALT. AVE. 


UN. 4-8600 
Coens Perk, on a7 pet 
Oven A.M. 9 FM. 


=. 
ile le . 


‘55 MERCURY 


Monterey Sedan 
$2596 
Cardervan and white. 
rans... tires. 
alesse. 
ore. side 
as S2597. 


Grady Motors Corp. 


7809 Wis. Ave. Beth... Ma. 
OL. 44-7400 


Reduced fer Quick Sale! 
Chevrolets, Plymouths, Fords 
and Other Makes—aAll Medeis 


ee 


aate. 
tinted 
wer brakes. heater, 
mirrer. 


MAKE AN OFFER... 
39 USED PONTIACS 
(1940 TO 1955 MODELS) 
MUST BE SOLD ff 
AT YOUR PRICE @ 


Between Now and 9 P.M. October 17th 
To Make Room for Trades on the ‘S6 Pontiacs 
TALK I§ CHEAP— 
WE WANT ACTION! 
Trade! No Trade—Cash! Finance! 


McKEE PONTIAC 


5335 WISCONSIN AVE. ST. 3-7107 
Open ‘Til 9 P.M. Clesed Sunday 


20 Other Cers at Similer 
Terms te Choose From 


LOW PRICES 


HIGH QUALITY 


RECOMMENDED by REPUTATION 


BANK FINANCING 


63 Pontiae ...$1195 | °64 Sta. Wagon $1395 


Chiefiala De Lene sedan: fra- Stedebeaker. Commander V-% 
die. heater ond Hrdra. Wen- ped; eriginal 
tene finich. 


dertelt family car. Original 
"63 Buick ....$1095 


threuchest. 

"54 Buick ees .$1595 Sedan. Radice and heater. 
teatithe Bauh A rect ber | "$0 Cadillac $1495 
‘53 Chevrolet $1095 | oP int a eines: ‘onie- 
Rel Airs Poewergtide. radie. imal twe-tene cray finish. 


rigima twe-tene "5? Dodge 


Cerenet 4-deer 

and heater. Grromatic and 

Convertible: tinted 3 sclaee: miet 
yellew. a — L. green finish. 2 te choese from. 


mal rea, "52 Hudson ... .$695 


teal red ma. ~~ By 
sprees “yw Ay, ond heat- 


"62 Buicks ....$895 pe 


and in lent 
Sewers! te cheese from. Mest throerhent, “Original fight blue 
ears ere faelly eautoped. ish. 


You Get a Better Used Car From 


HYATTSVILLE BUICK 


HYATTSVILLE AUTO & SUPPLY CO., INC. 
4920 Rhode Isiand Ave., Hyattsville, Md. 


° 
q 
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[] § ap. 17-9000 °°) su"? <x" UN, 4-2750 
q 


"53 Chevrelet 
"210" de luxe S-Dr.. de 
luxe equipment includes 
heater, defroster and 
beantiful tatiored seat 
covers; shiny jet « black 
finish. Ne. 2927. 


‘52s—*95 down 


53 in Stock—Drastically Reduced for 
Quick Sale! Chevrolets, Plymouths, 
Fords and Other Makes—aAll Models 


Why Pay More? 


"S| KAISER . $245 


ml at. ‘falls 


30 wiLYS $595 


Station Wagon “6”. O.D 
radia. heater; very ‘eles. 


..$990 


. Pewer- 
fully gene 


50 PONTIAC $395 


— goutopes: * deer 
Rest baer In town 


Roser tha 


COLUMBIA ms & SOUTH GLEBE RD. 
ARLINGTON, VA. JA. 7-6781 
OPEN EVERY WIGHT ‘TIL 10—CLOSED SUNDAY 


243 


’ aute -trees.. 
engine. #1er8. 


STUDE. 


Conv. ae B.4ai., 


$145 
en DBA a 


felly eanio iwe- 


FoOmomomomororys 


SALE 


NO CASH 
NEEDED! 


ON CREDIT APPROVAL 


PULL PRICE 


'S2 FORD..'385° 


PULL, PRICE 


"54 CHEV...*685 
o’54 FORD. . ‘68 


Tedder. Ee 


Las CONV...*i3 


Pentiese. Brdra. B. and 
SERVICEMEN ALL GRADES FINANCED 
FOR CREDIT APPROVAL CALL 


Li. 7-4904 


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aalnmenaicaiaie x -wehER > C as ae 52 CHEVROLET 
: giwu waar @ .' _ Styleline De Luxe 4-Door, heater and 

“aay” -... ecg isk Ce defroster, white-wall tires. Orig. jet 
° black finish. Beautifully tailored seat 
covers, A perfect family car. Ne. 2613. 


34 in Stock—Drastically 
Reduced for Quick Sale! 
Chevrolets, Plymouths, Fords 
and Other menee--An Models 


Dodge ... $499 
4-dr, Grre. eauipped. | 


Studebaker $549 


Comdr. V-8: L. er. rv. bh. 


Mercury $2,299 
e h'étep: Mere- 
he Mhiatle dr.; 5800 wiles. 


Ford .... $799 I 
Rive Teder: eavipned. 


Buick ... $999) 


Sever Riviera; Drea. 
r. and bh 


Chevrolet. $999 


t-dr. “210: green. r.. Bh. 


Dodge a a's $999 | 


Corenct 2-dr.; Grre. ea. | 


Buick .. $1,349 


Super, Riv.. Dra. cr. and | 
h. ‘ 


DeSote * ee $649 

Hardtes; cream, bik. 

Buic 

ae me 
Lincoln .. $449 Buick ... $999 
Coome. 3-dr.; F. and h. _—~ >. and h 
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EVERY TIME I am sen- 
tenced to cover a speech by 
one of the big men of the 
television business, I am pre- 


pared for the 
speevt bh 
maker's fa- 
vorite sen- 
tence: 

“The inven- 
tion of tele- FF 
vision will 
have the 
greatest im- 
pact on the 
world’s cul- 
ture than 
anything Laurent 
since the invention of the 
printing press.” 

The line regularly comes 
right after the introductory 
remark about “a funny thing 
happened... .” 

It is a mice thought. It may 
even have a certain amount 
of truth ir it. Trouble is, the 
fellows who work in TV 
aren't willing to let TV make 
its impact on culture. They're 
writing books. 

I have before me four vol- 
umes. There is “The Book 
of Little Knowledge” (Simon 
and Schuster) by Goodman 
Ace: “Eggs I Have Laid” 
(Holt) by Meredith Willson; 
“Fourteen for Tonight” (Holt) 
by Steve Allen, and “The 
Great Man” (Dutton) by Al 
Morgan. 


“THE BOOK of Little 
Knowledge” is a collection of 
bright and brittle little essays 
which appeared originally in 
the Saturday Review. The 
author of this collection, 
Goodman Ace, is one of ra- 
dio and TV's best paid gag 
writers. 

He is envied for his wealth. 
Ace has been able to deposit 
paychecks for his work as a 
performer (“Easy Aces,” 
Monitor”); for his work as 
a gag writer on TV shows 
(formerly Milton Berle, cur- 


pep re and Television 


Gee Gee Whiz, They’re All 
Busy Writing Books 


By Lawrence Laurent 


rently “The Perry Como 
Show”), and for his work as 
a critic of radio and tele 
vision. 

Ace is envied, too, for his 
remarkable ability to work 
both sides o{ the street. As 
a critic he deplores the tend- 
ency to direct material to- 
ward the idiotically ignorant 


mass audience. As a gag 
writer, he prepares the prod- 
uct which the idiotically ig- 
norant mass consumes. 
“The Book of Little Knowl- 


| edge” as a result i, the work 
| of a rather hypocritical snob. 
| The writing is skilled. 


Ace has a crusade, too. He 
thinks TV should give writ- 
ers more credit, appiause, 
money and prestige. 


MEREDITH WILLSON’S 
book consists of anecdotes 
about show business, radio 
and TV in particular. He is 
another crusader. Willson 
thinks TV should give musi- 
cians more credit, applause, 
money and prestige. 

STEVE ALLEN - doesn’t 
crusade in “Fourteen for To- 
night.” He offers short stories. 
It is my painful duty to con- 
clude that Allen is better 
suited for performing than 
writing. 

“THE GREAT MAN” con- 
tinues to be a topic for din- 
ner party discussions. Yes, 
even CBS press agents think 
Al Morgan pulled a dirty trick 
on one of his old bosses. 

That is not, as I see it, the 
dirty trick at all. My com- 
plaint is that Morgan has 
merely expanded on a tale 
which was better written and 
better told in a short story by 
Budd Schulberg. Budd called 
his short story “The Arkan- 
sas Traveler.” 

SUMMARY: TV will have 
greater impact on culture 
than printing presses if the 
presses continue to offer 
books like these. 


Highlights on TV 


1:45 p. m-—WRC-TV. Col- 
lege Football (COLOR): Notre 
Dame vs. Michigan State 
at East Lansing, Mich. 

. 4:30 p. m—WTTG. Signs of 
Progress: Betty Jerome is 
hostess for a program on ad- 
vances made by American 


know that Lucy is handling 
a bazaar. He discovers money 
and silverware in the apart- 
ment and assumes that Lucy 
is a thief. 

6:30 p. m—WMAL-TV. 
Ozark Jubilee: Webb Pierce 
is master of ceremonies. 

6:30 p. m—WRC-TV. The 
Big Surprise: A Brooklyn 
detective sergeant is asked 
the second part of a ques 
tion worth $10,000. 

7 p m—WTOP-TV. Stage 
Show: Singing star Dick 
Haymes visits this program 
for the second time. Other 
guests include comedian 
Jerry Lester and new vocalist 
— Briggs. 

7 p m—WMAL-TV. Gr 
Ole gas Les Paul and Mary 
Ford headline the guest list 
of an hour long telecast. 

7 p m—WRC-TV. Perry 
Como Show: Lorraine Prato, 
daughter of Gino ($64,000 
Question) Prato makes her 
performing debut by singing 
“The Laughing Song” from 
“Der Fledermauns,” by 
Johann Strauss. 

7:30 m—W T O P-TV. 
Jackie Gleason: “The Honey- 
mooners: Jackie, Audrey 
Meadows, Art Carney and 
Joyce Randolph prove that 
the telephone is a means of 


ae not conversa- 
on. 

8 p. m—WTTG. Million Dol- 
lar Movie: “Algiers,” 

8:30 p. m.—WRC-TV. Texaco 
Star ater: A film pro- 
gram starring Jimmy Durante 
and the late Carmen Miranda 
is telecast. 

8:30 p. m—WTOP.-TYV. It's 
Always Jan: Jan is embar- 
rassed when a 20-year-old 


errand boy Idudly declares |. 


his love. To make matters 
worse, Jan’s 10-year-old sister 
is madly in love with the 
20-yearold guy. 

(30 p. m~—WTTG. Charlie 
Chan Preserits: “The Trap” 
stars Sidney Toler. As Chan, 
he investigates mysterious 
circumstances at summer 
rehearsals of a show troupe. 

9:30 p. m-~—WRC-TV. Safe- 
way Theater: “The Flaming 
Urge” is a first run on Wash- 
ington TV movie which stars 
Harold Lloyd Jr. and Cathy 
Downs. 

9:30 p | m—WTOP.-TV. 
Damon Runyon Theater: 
Harry the Horse and Bad 
Luck Benny have neglected 
payment of gambling debts. 
Théy pool their resources 
and take another fling at pick- 
ing the winners at a race 
track. Cast includes Ken 
Murray, Allyn Joslyn, Gale 
Robbing and Matty Fain. 

10 p. m—WMAL-TV. Town 
and Ceuntry Jamboree: 
Jimmy Dean and His Texas 
Wildcats headline a _ three 
hour show from Turner's 
Arena. ; 

ll p. m—WTTG. TV Work- 
shop: Ned Reed demonstrates 
do-it-yourself projects and 
gives tips to the home handy- 
man. 

11:15 p m—WTOP-TV 
“Three Desperate Men” is a 
feature length movie which 
stars Preston Foster and Vir- 
ginia Grey. 


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Highlights 


12:65 p. m-—WTOP. 
mance: Jay Novello portrays | 
“Sir Henry” in a gentle spoof 
of the age of chivalry. 

12:30 p. m—WTOP. Gun- 
smoke: “The Coward” roams 
the back alleys of Dodge City, 
armed and scared enough to 
shoot anyone who approach- 
es. William Conrad portrays 
U. 8. Marshal Matt Dillon. 

12:45 p. m.—WRC. Football: 
Navy vs. Penn State. 

1:05 p. m.—WTOP. Football 
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from the scene of games be- 
tween Duke and Ohio State; 
Auburn and Georgia Tech; 
Cornell and Yale; Michigan 
State and Notre Dame; and 
Purdue vs. lowa. 

1:30 p. m.—WGMS. Orches- 
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venuto Cellini Overture: 
Griffes, The Pleasure Dome 
of Kubla Khan: J. Strauss, 
Bouquet Quadrille. ~ 

1:45 p. m—WOL., Football: 
Notre Dame vs. Michigan 
State. 

145 p. m—WMAL. Foot- 
ball: Maryland vs. North Car- 
olina. 

3:05 p. m-—WGMS. Sym- | 
phonic Matinee: Bach, Bran- 
denburg Concerto No. 1 in 
F; Haydn, Nocturne No. 2 in 
F; Meyerbeer, The Skaters. 

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fault. 
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some reviewers (such as the’ gram) at French Hosp... . 


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So he flew back rather. 
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Mike in the foyer, 


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Hammerstein. 


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“the notices. 


“Calm down,” 


‘were all fine, weren't they?” 


most wept to DiMaggio. 
should've been on page one! 


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trouble. 
plead the 5th Amendment. 


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Quote from Mr. Farouk: “I 
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From a movie mag: “Friends 


lot June Allyson at first thought 
ishe was setting a new style in 
thick turtle-neck blouses at the 
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One On the Aisle ove Saturday, October 15, 1955 39 
LK ay 


Also Funnier | we | Boe P Same Rumors, Another Pag el Say ac ley DANCE TONIGHT! - 
B y the Dozen [Ea Margaret as Heroine a ee 


— - | NEW YORK, Oct. 14—Mar-jof waiting around her hotel — fi Miedbense eee Ta. va 
By Richard L. Coe OB eae, garet Truman, after her eee pall here for a photie call from| ISL te eee | Madison Arms Ballroom 
J ss ee m P CINE af, . 
Cb ~ in Europe, looks prettier and | Orson Welles.net All Khao” NEMA — gic oteeett PLAZA —"? pale on the Beach.” of 1320 & St. f roe ee Shop. 
CTING ON THE principle that six Fernandels are even bet- i ae jmore Pg oem ED ENTE “OVET! | ain Tarner still suffers from ; 945 p.m. and 12:46 mihi PoP am. 9, ners.” t IT Bebe Cohen's eae & Rhyt 
ter than one, “The Sheep Has Five Legs,” at the Dupont, , Ss | Cleese ‘ aod ay » ifrequent headaches. An after- CAPITOL — "jhe Ta Men.” sth, 1:20 8: 320-18 >. E ang 33: o . 2. 9:30 te 1 A.M. 
presents that wise wit as all five quintuplets AND their testy, [iii a J \on this side of F a math of the bathroom accident. .. ' . 650, 8: we a ee y.” at 2. Ledics & Stage Cordiclly tavited 
P . Mie . = 4 4 go se? ae } ” reen Gcarf.” at $1.50 per person plus tox 
father. A grand satifical comedy results. i = ‘the pond be ie it's believed ... . Ruth Ford) "15-08 and 9:90 pm Cocktail Lounge on Premises 
Village cronies, commercially minded, are after an ancient; =o ‘Ss a lieve the glow mm ea Spent days inviting her friends : ~tu te tx 
French vintner to summon his five quintuplet sons home for) Ba tae comes from a ~—e wal mata “he se yg magi | pupoxt— 4 p If BPE Now York Ave.or! 
their 40th birthday. Even the President of the Republic will hon- si —, happy secret— el. : «PS ; P| / P| ST 3-4777 
oT a betrothal for : Come and see me as Anna! giitws “to Hell and Back.” wi 
or them, with attendant benefit to the village. | & “iis Harry and Bess Magnani” ... Some of the; {1,7 s. m. 3:37, 7, St. 1B ATE SHOW TONIGHT 
The father has no use for his sons whatever. They were, after | ah: > |to announce 4 World Series stars received LEPTLE "wai front” at 1:20, 3:28, | , 
all, he explains, snatched from him at birth, brought up by the a WR laround Christ. | fabulous Las Vegas offers but Mockurit: ~The Divided wears” | | JOAN CRAWSORD 
government, turned into a hopelessly effete lot and he’s seen) . '|mas time. . didn’t dare accept because they/ %* 2:25. 4:15 6:05 8 and 9:58 


2 — CHANDLER 
none of them for 20 years. Besides, all he'd asked for was @ Nancy Berg is know how the Commissioner METROPOLITAN — "Blood. a" ; 9:16 ‘ JEFF ‘a. 


, feels about gambling and its as-| and i130. m= 4 : 
tulant old age. ‘nursing bruis- eee ne RM " abe on | 
daughter to look after him in pe g les. She fell of a bongo board sociations. onrAsie— rs lent. of, jpe , Hunter” .) Foms Beach ~~. 


Albeit, the village doctor sets out to find the sons. One runs a whil >. mi 
, | e rehearsing one of the , : .| PALACE—"Gentie Ma . 
plush beauty apt saps a supercilious snob. Another is a Real Moth plots for her middle-of-the-night Pay ag tren Strom wheee sam peties,” Rieter ma oi'30, 3:58, 
window washer, a’ happy mixture of innocence and guile who é omer TV show ... Biltmore Hotel ex- bitter unhappiness, is feeling PIX—'Miss Body Beautiful.” at 1:25, 
works out a deal whereby scores of undertakers pay him an ad. Yvonne Mitchell is the moth- ecutives are huddling with optimistic enough to consider - 


vance commission for written assurance that the wealthy hair- dopted Jackie Gleason's agents. They|trying matrimony again. The 
a wneee Net ten & ate want the comedian to open!-nar who looks like Mr. Right|é6th~... Shelley Winters, who 


dresser will pay for his brother's fancy funeral. Another captains | 
a tramp steamer, a rich parody of the Bogart-Gabin school of Bag vee ml vie nants i a tg ae For = oS is Don “Red” Barry, the actor./has the smallest role in “The ae. 
heroes. The fourth is an advice) ~ , / film. “The Di cohen icant he eaumeaiien « AIS Bill Berney, co-author of the|Big Knife,” will get the largest) BU 71-11) yt 
rt and the ave Di “tamed 4 ‘ 8 J upcoming “Protective Custody,”| billing in the ads—her name in ~~ 

to the lovelorn cape SHEEP HAS FIVE LEGS.” vided Heart.” rsula Andress, who was James! whieh Lillian Emerson and An-|bigger type than Ida Lupino’s BRANDO ; 
fifth is a priest. Tesece protveed ey, velen Dean's last best girl . . . Aris derson Lawlor will produce, is| and Jack Palance’s. 

His equine phizz alive to) fp. trem se y Jean 3 ie ge one hh rs biden ie vonestad ndvudee “A Man in a Gray Flannel 

e rtunities, Fernandel a oad Be.  Ficauia. unite © itor its protessiona ; Suit.” Toils at B.B.D: & O.... 
ae oe feabeau : standards.” his pal Greta Garbo on financial) pie commotion ih a famed 3rd LATE 


> and 11:30 p, m 


is wondrously funny and varied CAST matters. Their set hears his 
. . ”| Ave. saloo e oth a 

in all the roles. Personally, my| Bi" aferec'".""" *Belmant | AMATEUR LIFE: Gilbert|tips have added zillions—well,| tne cops ee gon ae 
favorite is the hard-drinking,’ nie wite '....'") Paulette Dubost | and Sullivan's “H. M. S. PINA-|® 10 of aioe her already|-niging cocaine in the gentle- | 
greasy captain who bets his) Mr"Brigard”:::..." Noel Rooyerert | FORE” will be presented this . | | men's OO » «a ee 
scow, his cargo and his spectac-| Mayor ©.".......'""1!! mene Genin | afternoon at 2 and evening at| BULLETIN from Paris: “Rita|¢xpects to net $1 million from) 
ularly underclad native girl, on : ‘ght| Hayworth has been doing a lot}, Foreign Intrigue’ — AFTER} 

irly , ’ |8:30 by the Montgomery Light taxes, and in addition to his TONIGHT! 
which of two pieces of sugar a Opera Association in affiliation, salary ... Sheila Bond's ro-' . 


fly is going to light. The game/find this the funniest French’ _.,, the Montgomery Junior | mance with Ray Shaw appears| : 
itself, a variant of one played|/comedy in years. College at Leland Junior High | McManus Fund - |{0% over. She's dating her ex- 


in Capitol Hill's more lethargic} cR : 
AWFORD’S COSMOS: auditorium, Chevy Chase; The 
committee rooms, has the ex- ’ ' . 
citement of a‘slow motion horse|The unique world of Joan/cast of Directors Omar Pan-| Donations Asked BETTY Kean may not get AT LAST ON THE SCREEN! 


race and Fernandel’s reactions | Crawford is on view in the coast and Paul Higinbotham in-| around to filing for divorce 4 JOHN VAN ORUTEN'S 


as the fly casually one SS Plaza’s “Female on the Beach”| clude Donald Davis, Frances) Friends of the late Cartoon eal y* and bor eotanian | 

a <1 goageerens A .. A wealthy widow, Joan ar-| Rau, Carroll Mattoon, Ferris ‘st Geor ge McManus, creates husband, Howard Hoyt, are still ae , 7 ORAMA CRITICS CIRCLE 
down-to-the-sea-in-ships movies|rives at a beach house she’s Gentzler, David Lewis, Harry of. “Maggie and Jiggs,” af€|dickering over the financial set- i. AWARD-WINNING PLAY 
is irresistible. ‘been renting to Judith Evelyn,|L. Crow, jr. Kenneth Yudo-|>¢!mg afforded the opportunity no quay fe ne danehent totiae At, 


A good many writers contrib who either has just committed|witch and Elizabeth Burns .. . to contribute to the building 
fund of his favorite charity— 


uted to all this, the supportin my PRY in the “Can Can” lineup, is now iy, & , 
cast is wholly in sant (oar suicide or bee sted from a| The Unitarian Players repeat the St. John of God Hospital,|4 waitress at Riker’s, 57th and ee f Julie Laupence elley 
ticularly De Funes’ sardonic un- terrace, a bit of news the real “THE DAMASK CHEEK” to- for aged long-term male pa | ee F Har } Harvey: ’ 

| 4 a in 


apo fog! Director Henri estate woman ddesn’t bother to, night at 8:30 in Pierce Hall,| tients, in Los Angeles. 
‘erneuil has kept the madness al H d st , Brother Patrick Corr, of the| 
relate . . . Jeff Chandler plays) 15th and Harvard sts. nw. ‘hospital staff, is treasurer of 


spinning gayly. I think you'll: ' . , " 
oh, 5 eae a fisherman evidently deter-/ JN BRIEF: Last times today'the McManus memorial fund bat 
a mined to marry money anditg see EUGENIE LEONTO.| through which the institution ~~ alm a 


THE MONTGOMERY : e me - 4... |$e@ks to complete a three-wing 
LIGHT OPERA ASSOCIATION | ™2Kes re quick i play f0F | VICH “recognize” the Nation-|nospital building, only one-| 
Joan as he did for her tenant,| 9)’s “Anastasia.” . . . Musn't let! snird built when McManus died 


Presents Gilbert & Sullivan's ’ " 
H MS-PIN AFORE as we learn from Judith’s diaty| CLARENCE DERWENT, of the|a year ago this month at the »mern 
» =< . ti. ” ‘age of 70. . . 
floating Jeff's kept-man fancies | Shubert’s “Deadfall,” get out of ; , 


SATURDAY, OCT. 15, 1955 and not one single emotion or) town without a salute to his la- uf “POWERFUL” | 
. action in the film resembles in bors, while Equity prexy, which || ; f . . Jey Cormody—Stor a ‘ 
2 P.M. and 8:30 P.M. {or way those of real life. . /led to the opeuine of Washing lethodist Women } St ooo /. idisdiidhAditbinntteautte 
Poy Junior High Schoo! ,, |%0an arrives sans baggage, but ton’s theaters to all Americans Want to Be Ministers Jomes O'Neill. —N cy 
& Elm Sts. Chevy Chase, Md. |snorts endless changes of cos-|, . . Checking in at the Jeffer- wets , a 
tume, loathing Jeff but unable son over the weekend will be ANNAPOLIS, Md. Oct. 14 4 , 
to leave him alone ... “You,” CAROL CHANNING and BIBI “More than 250 church- : | . = 
she tells him, “have the in- OSTERWALD for Tuesday's Women meeting here yesterday a ; TRANS-LUX 
stincts of a stallion and the\“The Vamp.” ... ALLISON|called on the general confer- Pe 


pride of an alley cat”. . . The, HAYES’ pals can see her latest,|ence of the Methodist Church) | E 
whole piece is monumentally|“Chicago Syndicate,” at the to modify its rules and admit | ‘ OPEN 10:45 A. Mm 


ridiculous and even I, who! Howard, with her “Count Three yh. ae a pone . | | ch w 
could accept “Deadfalls”unpre-| and Pray” bound soon for the) “4 Tesoiuuon Urging such ac- | ° . 
tentious + al ran surestnind Capitol ... Former service con-|U0n was unanimously | passed | is at HN : 
into New York ave. i\ductor WILLIAM STRICK-|by the Woman's Society of 
LAND last night led the Sym- Christian. Service from the' 
RAZZ-MA-TAZZ: “The Boy!phony of the Air benefit for| Baltimore South District, rep- | 
Friend,” that wild, tuneful/the Committee to Save Carne-|Tesenting 40 churches in this 
British spoof of the ‘20s, is a gie Hall... PEGGY RYAN and #'e4. | 
definite booking for the Shu-- RAY McDONALD, with only 
|bert for two weeks starting one of their five children along; ‘LATE $HOW TONIGHT 
| Dec. 19. as sightseer, last night took! 


over the Embassy Room... ) MOIRA SHEARER 
(Stor 


| THE STUDIO: Bernard Lust The which service an older ‘ - | 
_|| announces that the Hippo- vaudeville couple, BENNY} 

drome Theater, New York ave. FIELDS and BLOSSOM SEE-! | 

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/next few weeks” ... This new) skins-Brown game at Griff sta- © ; he 
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S OO ua Saturday, October 15, 1955 : How to 


Daily Crossword Puzzle Keep Well 
ACROSS YESTERDAY'S ANSWER By Dr. Theodore R. Van Dellen 


1 Lock of hair 39 Zedlous nla aia To the limit of space, ques- 

6 Fiji gesture 42 Quarrel ois : ’ tion's pertaining to the preven 

dance. 43 Burrowing j ' E tion of disease will be an- 
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16 Olive genus 46Run away = fj Dr Ven ellen will not pore 
6 Nae ar a diagnoses or prescrype for in- , 
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Ger. 51 Salty THE DIRTY WOUND _ | Fhe Chicago Trivune . =< } Di) : Sell cern 
20 Perform 54 More loyal Thousands of wounds are in- 8 \ sit J i, La WD MLS - 
again 56 Gourmet [ititt curred each day, especially on, £ , APIA o Perk ae Va 
22 Careening 58 Madden ; the exposed parts of the body NAR 
24 Maundy 62 Alaskan city iu such as the hands. Many are By Dell Curtis 
money 63 Cultivate slight and can be treated at 


26 Sore throat 65 Agalloch 13 Tart 44 Common to |home. They should be washed | YES, I WANT TO CHECK I THINK HE WILL BE/ BEFORE YOU LEAVE, ‘KN 
_~“s 


27 Temper wood thoroughly with soap and! bee 
30 French city 66Norse god 7! Mountain Seth sexes water ne pBienvenll with a ster-| THOSE ¥-RAYS ON DR. DO YOU KNOW IF ) WE ASKED US TO GET YOUR WOULD YOU GET MY 


32Smallest 67 Iroquoian ewe 19 Babylonian {ile bandage. Deep and contami-|(“ A®E YOU STOPPING OFF ) | avon! COME ALONG!) |D2. MORGAN WILL X FILMS UP FROM X-RAY! 
34Reverbera- 68Ice pinnacle 25 Bauble 50 Heavenly | treatment. Remove every bit! Pps | | EVENING 2 
tion 69 Network 27 Astringent body ‘of dirt and grit in order to pre-| 
38 Swiss 70 er 28 Successof to 51 Spanish Mr,.| vent infection and minimize’ 
canton 11 Coronet Claudius § 52Footless | the scar. : | 
But anyone who sustains a 
DOWN 31 Bikte name ob teenies deep or. dirty wound should 
1 Emperor 7 Carplike 33 Court order 55 Vexes consider tetanus antitoxin or 
2So0. Korea fish 35 Harvest 57 Ireland toxoid. The chance of acquir-| 
President & Calf meat 36 Famous 59 Ibsen pro- |ing lockjaw is slight but this is) 
S Relaxation .° Relies diamond tagonist no time to gamble because) 
. 10 Insurance 37 Is obligated 60 Scorch tetanus is one of our most 
4 Parasites term 40 Declared 61 Apoplexy: jdread diseases. 
5 Detach ll Liquid fat 41 What “Om- plant pathol.| The bacteria that cause it 
6Gift bearer 12 Restrains nibus” is 64—— Yutang usually are found in the in-| f 


— testinal tract of grass eating) 
2 ‘ se it ts te it ta 


| animals. As a result, garden’ 
is 


‘and farm soil that has been! 


/heatily manured is mag, . : [ HAVE TICKETS FOR AN OUTSTANDING I'LL BE HAPPY 


is 
_———4 

——®# contain tetanus spores. 
a 


1s ‘from these sources is carried | + [RECITAL TONIGHT---AND I'D HOPED YOU TOGO WITH YOU, 
\for miles by high winds to con- UiH-+- DANNI eee REFORE WOULD ATTEND IT WITH ME! ... NOW... MR, NEELSON! 
|taminate entire communities.| [WE BEGIN OUR LESSON, TODAY, OF COURSE--»I MAKE ITA RULE NEVER TO 
Children under 15 years of| THERE'S SOMETHING I'D LIKE SEE MY PUPILS SOCIALLY-.«HOWEVER, 
|age, who are hurt on the street, ' y IN THIS CASE---THE BENEFIT YOU 
/highway, or about the farm, are | MIGHT DERIVE.... 
the most likely candidates. Our, &@ -} 
soldiers and sailors are im- 
munized against tetanus -be-| 
| cause war wounds are danger-| 
/ous also. | 
~ The disease may follow triv-! 
ial cuts and lacerations but the'| 
deep puncture type of wound | 
is feared most because it can- 
not be cleaned. Furthermore, 
the organisms grow only in 
macerated tissues that lack 
oxygen. 
The infection, once started, 


usually remains localized and 
T) ae ‘is easily eliminated. But the 


‘tetanus organisms manufacture 


; a toxin more deadly than most 
| | ‘poisons. This substance affects 
— te ~~ i_|the nervous system and unless 
: neutralized by tetanus toxoid 
Caravan Trip Slated on Sunday or entitonin, Weds to conval: 
. sions or death. 

The superintendent of the Na- Reservations and additional in-| Tetanus will develop from 
tional Capital Parks has an- formation for — ot ye - days to four ae an 
: caravan may obtaine y) organism enters the of. 
nounced a program of outings calling Adams 2-6363, extension!The incubation period may be 
this weekend that will include ga, llonger but such instances are) 
@ caravan trip to Catoctin Explorations in the natural- the exception to the rule. Head-| 
Mountain Park and hikes along istic setting of Roosevelt Island aches, chills, pain, and stiffness | 
the C. & O. Canal. will »e held from 10 a. m. to/of the niuscles of the neck and’ 
The Sunday hike will go from noon and from 2:30 p. m. to/face develop. Many victims 
Nolands Ferry to Lander, Md. 4:30 p. m. on Saturday and from|complain of difficulty in swal- 
Chartered buses will leave the 2:30 p. m. to 4:30 p. m. Sunday.|lowing and opening the mouth 

Capital Transit Co., 1013 15th The ferry to the island leaves| (lockjaw). 
st. nw. at 9 a. m. and will return from the foot of Wisconsin ave.| As the desease progresses, 
the participants around 5 p. m. near K st. nw. | stiffness and rigidity spread to 
LRG cd a ithe back, abdomen, and the ex- 

—_—_— —_— ———# |tremities. The muscles are so 
irritable they go into spasm | 4<0*,in the section jn which your tok 
FALL Is HERE! | whenever stimulated. A sudden | 
P4 | noise, or draft of air, may cause| 
}the jaws to clamp down, the | %%* 


‘ zk i Dp he. sccept 
SERVE MRS. STEPHANSON $ imeck and back. to arch like a tale ond Eee B.S. K do 


bow, and the extremities to be! Sericient 
APRIL 21 to MAY 21 (Taurte)—Your 


rigidly extended. These are is not very stimulating. which), 
true muscular cramps and are s that tact will be! 
‘most painful. - : 


The earlier the condition is oAy 21 te JUNE 21 (Gemini)—Th 
| recognized, the better the out- far’ aes a — ail 
v u eS s “ ° : 
come. Large doses of tetanus raze fer studs. writing. reseateh. onee-| 
‘antitoxin are needed to alle-| 2°77, mspecwon | a aso ni 
> ’ ventions. Also rest 
\v ! ; JUNE 22 to JULY 23 (Cancer)—aA fine} 
late symptoms and save life. Moon aspect today. with other planets 
The serum is injected into the 
veins near the site of the ° 
_ l way 
wound. Strong muscle relaxant JY ae Le ADOUST 42 (Leo)—Your 
drugs are used to combat! sun is inactive in tendency but the food 
|spasm and rigidity; these prod-| ing"Neptune canbe helpful and pro- 
ucts var mote benefits with your cooperation 6n 
iene Te ne KOGUST 33 to SEPTEMB ER 23 (Vir 
: . ° - 
,. Gemini now, You can ac- > 5 » 
| TOMORROW: The two drink Sa i your special interests or 4 
test. develop something new «a un j i 4 
the wa bis xP" siowit beneficia ry] hot 
keen. capadie o ollowing rT} : 
se , HEART AND PRESSURE | leads an ok te cota ol ee Aes 
* > oe “= . — ‘ 
& G. B. writes: Could a person | (Libra)-—Personal and artiecie masters i y . 
Sugar and Spice a with heart trouble have a nor- | az have to ‘eke mn to. enden tl m. 
° rth- 


mal blood~ pressure? 


Old Southern style, wonderfully rich and | REPLY ay 

creamy. Spiced te your taste and with ¢€ | Yes, because the two are not iascrnae Bhow 
ypbind aay necessarily related unless 0s, “iin (2, .08s, Ores: 
LARGE 10-IN. SIZE—EACH 


— 


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iF. 


- 
| 
” 


ot 


heart disease stems from high Thus, you can have sat stectory and 
leasant resuits y some 
blood pressure. diversion 


, " -S 7 ye te ge eH 
KNEE FLUID (Sagittartus)—-View plans an 

' > for the day. then proceed toward objec- 

Butter Tea Cakes | C. L. writes: What causes tives with, faith and. determination. 


| om ing. 
| water on the knee after a fall? a endeavors. healthy recreation 
| h 


100 For *1.00 | At the ti oy ef | ‘DECEMBER, we. Bg hy =. 

f — ' >» . 

Ee. e time of the accident, | {Cepricorn)—Interchange ©) ate affairs 2h? 
some part of the knee, such-as{among top sponsored . - 

SERVE OUR the cartilage, was torn and) ™'2diyy of, obligations ou Geeded rest DON'T TRY TO Kip MB. YOu : OH, RUSTY, * THEYRE 

y 
HOME-MADE ICE CREAM fluid accumulated as a response and fun are due | pEBRUARY 20 PATTY, WHAT'S YOUR - mim A bed = a MEN CROOKS, T'LL IMPLY Ore 
oe Gal to the injury. (Aquarius!—A sort of papas ween, eev SECRET 2 WHAT'S y A T R ; 
al. (ce ! ; s of seneau ur . . Ou BOU > YOU 
Quart ROe ge Gok. $1.25 Copyright 1955. Chicage Tribune) jobligations should determine your  sc- BOTHERING YOU = 

s ‘ 


Maryland Extends _FEBRUA Fai te M RCH 20 (Pisces) 


Neptu 


n 
“i . . l . a t 
STEPHANSON’S Salk Shot Age Limit fn ine Yor ain ! ents per 
BALTIMORE, Oct. 141m ther : Pte Sheer with re-| 
Owned Operated by the Origine! Owners. Maryland has extended the ratte, and you w e | 


and , 
somes G. and Alice HS. Stepnences age spread of children eligible ~ 
23rd and Pennsylvania Ave. S.E. LU. 4-3900 for Salk polio vaccine to 1(%! law. the iudiciary Yo 

' e 


assets that should cultiva 


. ‘through 10 years. It was for- 
m. =. Sundays—Closed Monda | Koon | 
Open 8 a ™ te 8 p.m. Tuesdays thru " merly 5 years through 9. 


_ The Maryland State and Bal- t ¥ 
timore City Health Departments Stuvbernness abo : r Own, 
ereteeda nounced the change) Smoiner your finer qualities °°" © 


‘yesterday afterndon. (Copyright, 1955. King Features 
Syndicate, Inc.) 


Se 


By Fred Laswéli 


_ 


¢ 


dl 


- 


1Z .when we have a couple of tens, 


Q..1—Your partner opens |p not where the distribution 


ae one no trump and you 2.—Double. You have a good 

prospect of winning at feast’ 
sg Nr eg at og #1054 three and possible four tricks | 
| @. 2--Both vulnerable and as °° tat a penalty of at Mast 200) 
Sent you held: is In view, with a chance for 


@K Q8 910842 61075 &KI7 =e 


‘ The bidding has proceeded: 
) st h 
oes Pace i diamond rebid, you should refrain from | 


ass 
Pe, ° scscouaadhe sce doing so merely to give your 
What do you bid now? partner the courtesy of the 
Q. 3—Both vulnerable and as road. He may be able to punish 
South you hold: one spade, the rescue bid. If so,’ 
462 YAT @AJ310985 &KQ3 you must not get in his way. 


re, 
While you have sufficient 
excess values to justify a free | 


GEORGETOWN | | ,.2°* 2asine bas procoedes 


th est Nerth 
Pass 1 diamond 1 heart Deuble 


JUNK . co. What do you bid now? | 


| @. 4—As South you hold: 
© BEST PRICES . VAK984 @A842 #AI9S 
® NO WAITING ,. The bidding has proceeded: 
® COURTEOUS SERVICE ‘Pipede Double fepades i hearts. 
© DRIVE IN—Ne "What d b : 
BACKING or TURNING oe 


for a raise from one to two ho 


3254 M ST..N.W. AD, 4-921 awass. 7 De _seuelrament | shenen Oe te ba iach 


. trump is eight points. We will ™ore impressive. 
loccasionally stretch a point | 
‘ 


4.—Inasmuch as your part- 
ner made a free bid of three 
hearts you should be mildly 
interested in a slam. This in- 
tention should be flashed ' by 
means of a cue bid of three! 
spades. Observe that we would | }- 
not consider the hand quite 
strong enough for an immedi: 
ate cue bid, but now that part- 
ner has spoken voluntarily the 


eo 


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(Copyright. 1995. Chicase Tribunet 


Woman Balks at Council Road Probe |_| 


"i 


ANNAPOLIS, Md., Oct. 14 mea Legislative Council com-;cuit court here yesterday, al- 
An attorney for Mrs. Bertha K.| mittee which has been investi-|leged the Roads Commision 
Jewell said today she would gating the State Roads Com- 
not show up voluntarily for a|mission yesterday agreed to tion of the by-pass. 


Legislative Council hearing 


into her charges State Sen. | 
George W. Delia arid an Anne | 


Arundel County real estate 
promoter got advance informa- 
tion on the location of a new 
highway. 

“We intend to try this case in 
court and not before the Legis- 
lative Council,” said George 
B. Woelfel, the attorney. “We 
will appear before it only if 
properly subpenaed.” 

J. Donaldson Parr, the real 
estate man, declared Mrs 
Jewell’s charges were “silly.” 

Sen. Della had said earlier 


| Sen. Della’s request for a hear- | 


ing on Mrs. Jewell'’s charges. 
It is expected to hear wit- 
‘Neses next Wednesday. 
Mrs. Jewell is engaged in a 
controversy with the Roads 
Commission over access to the | 
new Annapolis by-pass from a 
filling station she owns at 
Parale on the west edge of An- 


the Roads Com- 

ad faith” 

closed an entry road Tt 

filling station but provided 

three access roads connecting 

with property owned by Sen. 
Della and Parr. 


gave Della and Parr advance 
information on the exact loca- 


Starbuck Elected 
By Kiwanis Club 


Grover C. Starbuck, of 5700 
N. Washington bivd., Arlington, 
was elected president of the 
Kiwanis Club of Arlington’ 
Wednesday night at a meeting 
held in Evans. Coffee Shap. 

’ Nichols was elected 
first vice president and Bayard | 
D. Evans was elected second! 


Walter Vaughn, and Robert J. 


ORPHAN ANNIE 


THE WASHIN 


Saturday, October 15, 1955 


GTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
41 


, 


By Harold Gray - 


By Chic Young | 


/ 1 SAID, WHAT A JOY 


Mrs. Jewell “doesn't know what 
she's .talking about.” 


TO COME HOME TO 
A DELICIOUS 
WIFE LIKE 


WHAT DID 
I HEAR 
YOU SAY 

DAGWOOD ? 


vice president. Treasurer is i 


Her complaint, filed in cir- McBride was named secretary. 


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‘with Margaret's director David 
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young Maggie is destined to be-| 
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a te mp clean. finished “Safari” because he 
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box - ate tte Pr. hadn't been given a room. | 
| suspect the real reason Vie ran 
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who is very ill in Lady of Peace | 
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the nicest things about Vic is 
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His loving grace he has 
..» The time to work or 
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present and the past... 
And just as long as He 
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us do whatever now... 
The spirit can express... 
To bring our neighbor on 
this earth ,.. His share of 
happiness ... And let us 


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183 2 


Each step along our way 
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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
42 | Serurdey, October 18, 1955 


The DISTRICT LINEBy biti Gotd 


confusion. Complaints con- 
tinued to reach me. 

At the end of August, I was 
_told that new equipment was 
expected in two or three days, 
and that it would be installed 
early in September. 

But September came and 
went, and for the first two 
heckling me about the traf- weeks of October my readers 
fie light at.30th and Massa- continued to heckle me. I 
chusetts ave. nw. called Electrical Engineer 


I couldn’t ‘place 30th\st. at H. A. Friede at Highways 
again. 
first, but as I drove out \past 
the Mosque I found 30th, to 
be the little street that angles 
off to the right, just past the 
bridge that runs over Rock 
. Creek Park, and just before 
one starts up the hill toward 
Observatory Circle. 


It's not much of a street 
for traffic, so the light signal 
at that intersection is sup- 


“Be Patient; Help. Is 
On the Way 


SINCE June ofthis year, 
residents of the Northwest 
section of town \gnd Mont- 
gomery County have been 


“The reason we haven't 
fixed that light yet,” he 
sighed, “is that we've been 
tied up with the East Cap- 
itol Street Bridge project. 
I don’t think I can get any- 
body over there this week- 
end, but I will try to have 
it taken care of by the first 
of next week. Okay?” 

It's okay with me, because 


posed to remain green for 
except 
when “activated” by a pedes- 
trian or a vehicle on 30th st. 
(Pedestrians push a button 
on the control box; vehicles 


Massachusetts ave. 


strike a bar in the street.) 

But back In June motor- 
ists began complaining that 
the light was turning red 
on a regular cycle. Even 
when nobody was emerging 
from 30th st., everything 
on busy Massachusetts ave. 
had to grind to a halt need- 
lessly. 


When I inquired, I was told 
that a fuse had blown in the 
controller—probably as a re- 
sult of a rainstorm—and that 
the signal had thereupon 
gone into a regular cycle in- 


stead of changing only when 
activated. Police reported the 


matter to the Highway De- 


partment and requested that 
repairs be made. 

Thereafter Capital Transit 
employes went out on strike 
on July 1, and for seven 
weeks more autos than ever 
jammed our streets. The light 
remained on a regular cycle 
and added to the inevitable 


—_— @ 


Satisties 
Ou 


-yet never 
rich or filling 


I \“don’t go home that way. 
But thousands of District 
Lifters who do have been 
mighty patient since June. 
ow 

TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS 

Greetings to Mrs. Wood- 
row Wilson, Ina Claire, John 
Jay Hopkins, Max Burka, 
Rep. Walt Horan, Rep. Carl 
D. Perkins, Paul Reynaud, 
Lloyd Lehrbas, Wilson 
Compton and Sammy Thomp- 
son. Tomorrow's celebrants: 
Ju:.ice William O. Dotiglas 
and Arthur H. Dean. And be- 
lated greetings to William V. 
Consolazio, 

ow 

GIVE-AWAYS 

Wonderful male watchdog 


needs room to run; $2 in- 
closed for Children’s Hos- 
pital (Randolph 3-6432). Will 
deliver white kittens in Falls 
Church area; $1 inclosed for 
Children’s Hospital (Jeffer- 
son 2-1227). Cute, fluffy kit- 
tens, two of them white; $1 
inclosed for Children’s Hos- 
pital (Jackson 740134). Will 
deliver “female kitten in 
gray flannel suit, white tie, 
shirt and spats”; $1 inclosed 
for Children’s Hospital (Oll- 
ver 68472). Housebroken fe- 
male kittens; $1 inclosed for 


pects that his 4year-old 
nephew was watching the re- 
vival of the movie “Algiers” 
on a local TV station. 

The lad had recently ac- 
quired a kitten, and when 
the little girl next door 
came over to visit the other 
day he sidied up to her in 
his best Charlies Boyer 
manner and murmured: 
“Come wiz me to ze cat 
box.” 

oo 
CHOW LINES 
Recommended for jaded 
appetites: The “shrimp Si- 
don” at the Sheherazade 
(18th st. nw., between Penn- 
sylvania ave. and G st.). It’s 
made with shrimp, sesame 
paste, yogurt, herbs, onions 
and several other ingredi- 
ents and named for the an- 
cient Phoenician city of St- 
don. 


os 
OVERHEARD 

“No wondér he can't get 
along. He's a square shoot- 
er in a world full of round 
targets.” 

cos 

PUN FUN 

Dorothy Come of 7044 Wil- 
son lane, Bethesda, was rem- 
iniscing about Bostonians 
and the great numbers of 
kippers they devour. “Bloat- 
ers, dear,” corrected hus- 
band Norton. “Not kippers. 
Bloaters.” 

“Now,” snapped Dorothy 


, “you're splitting herrings.” 
os 


CLINCHER 

John Giove suggested that 
the Signal Corps cross hom- 
ing pigeons and parakeets, 
so that the birds could de- 
lwer unwritten messages. 
Jo Lindstrom of Green- 
belt fires back: 

“Cross the resultant 
strain with woodpeckers, . 
so that they can not only 
deliver the message but 
knock at your door.” 


a 


i 


ait 


. 

Prive ARCHABOLOSIST 
YOU'RE REFERRING TO IS 
PROFESSOR AXELROD 
STINEROD MR LE GAY 
KNOW THE NAME HE HAS 
GIVEN THE THIRD CHILD... 
BUT I DONOT BELIEVE MEHOU 2) 
HAD A THIRD CHILD 


> 


Children’s Hospital (Jackson | 


2-4879, evenings). 

(Decatur 2-7219). 
coe 

HOW'S THAT AGAIN? 


Puppies 


Lou Geer of 4735 Nebraska | 


ave. nw. likes the recent 
marquee sign over an Ar- 
lington theater: 

Love Me or Leave Me 

With Doris Day 
cos 

KID STUFF 

John H. Pinkhard Jr. of 
122 Ingraham st. uw. sus 


Healthful 


Pvt. Alden C. Kefauver Jr. 


35, driver for District Rescue! 
Squad No. 1, was named “Fire-| 
‘man of the Year” Thursday by’) 
the Junior Chamber of Com- 
merce in ceremonies at the 
Burlington Hotel. 


Junior Chambers Pick Essay Contest 


‘Fireman of Year’ 


{On Cancer Open 


| Cancer,” 


trict public, 


the topic, 


| Commissioner Samuel Spencer,| Society has announced. 


Refreshing: Delicious 


honored Kefauver for “out-| 
standing performance.” Among 
other achievements, he was 
cited for entering a burning 
building through heavy smoke 
and flame after his oxygen 
mask had given out, to assist in 
removing an unconscious fire- 
man. The JCC also gave an 
award of appreciation to Bat- 
talion Fire Chief A. M. Grun- 
well for his leadership and 
civie work. 


Savings bond awards of sail 
$50 and $25 will be given for 
the three best essays. The con- 
test closes Dec. 15. Essays are 


limited t 


Entries will be judged by! 


© 1200 words each. 


A school essay contest on 
“Youth Looks at) 
is open to 10th, 11th,| 
and 12th grade pupils in Dis 
private ‘and pa-| 
irochial schools, the District Di-| 
The award, presented by| Vision of the American Cancer 


Dr. Peter D. Comanduras, An- 


nette Hawkins Eaton, professor | 
of classics, Howard University, | 


and Gerald G. Gross, editor of' 


Washington Report on the Sci- 


ences, 


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‘THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
|The Washington Merry-Go-Round += ~~ Sserurday, October 15, 1988 , 


Heart Research Fund Request Cut 


Drew Pearso Democratic Governor Harriman | legislature of Pennsylvania for |Manufacturers Association; Ed- 

By P o has a hostile legislature, the/19 jong months: lward J. Kessler of Lancaster, 

It looks as though [ke’s heart Republicans have given him a ¢ |labor relations director of Arm- 
jalist, Dr. Paul D. White of| peasonable amount of aoopera- Harvey Taylor of Harrisburg, strong Cork; Robert D. Flem- 
ton, isn’t going to get all)tion In Washington, the Demo-|W20S? insurance firm has/i,. o¢ Aspinwall; G. Graybill 

the he wants ol re-| cratic leadership has cooper- hee i ate Jnenrance: | Diehm of Laaunater ‘and oa. 

. rear bille all his. foreign |SPOrt, close to the Pennsylvania! (ent, pie ieee och erase wes 

policy, and passed about 50 per 

eer iaitemeien re cent of his anton te a 

ae But in Pennsylvania, a 

are worked up er’s program to improve -the Apa rtments 

Caceres ~ ee | jhealth, education and welfare 

aon nrshren teal on : te ard ot the state, a. pee <= Furnished or Unfurnished—Convenient for 

“ONE” oa Wo fi, i stymied. 


RIGHT! SOMEONE S “ \* ’ rT ‘4 .) Vi p ’ 
IN Sy dain? . ae ly lf, - ; | » 
i) ee ee / MM State's Poor Record ARMY-NAVY-AIR FORCE FAMILIES 
| ee ; \ Pe ay” hes oxy) 


budget on Pearson It happens that Pennsylvania, | 


heart research were up for con ithird most populous state in IP enti 
ential backstage GiscUs™iO®. ' the union, ranks 28th in schools : P d / G d 

The figure is not supposed to ’ ; resi en id or n | 
> known, out oe sass s that = - peng moesin, nas ate Fi. “ oe eae ee ee , ene < ec = 


Dr. James Watt, medical gy ~4 Eseen for oe epee : 
tor of the National Heart In- has no real rehabilitation pro- M4 : 
stitute, which comes under the grams for its 24 state institu- Compar . of fin. to P entagon 
Department of Health, Educa-|tions, and, of 67 counties, only § ®. ROOM SIZES 10 Min. to Downtown 
tion and Welfare, was willing one-half have a service for ju- ® OUTDOOR BALCONY : 
to hike the budget for heartiyenile delinquents. In Phila|# © TWO EXPOSURES DIRECTIONS: 
research only $2 million. ‘delphia today, 100 persons are. § @ FAN COOLING From north or south—teke U. s 
Dr. White, in eloquent testi-lin jail, not as criminals, but!® » ; aninscapinG 
mony before Sen. Hill of Ala- because there is no room in the 
bama last spring, pleaded for overcrowded mental institu- 
more—at least an increase of tions i= ® LOW COST Office at Canopy. 
$3 million. | To yemedy this situation FOR COLORFUL BROCHURE 
White told how the United idealistic Gov. Leader passed @ | Phone: TEashe 64408 
a PoE |” eileen | 
on e wor er House, $9 million for health, | A x8 4 
heart disease, how some areas ¢1g million for public assist- er ee 
like southern Italy, Sicily, and | ance $33 million for education, 
North Africa don’t have heart ¢945 mijlion for mental health 
roo Rey EB dP and welfare, and $27 million 
10 million Americans now have | rouse that wat as fer es. he 
heart trouble, and that 80 mil- ’ 


lion Americans, one-half the To finance this program he 


° | 
| 
population, will eventually die! 10, proposed arsoreng the Hechin er Ss 
sales tax—which has already 
The final budget figure for). ,ired—and passing a classi- 


— By a Ry a fied income tax, based on ability 
ran A. confidential talks indicated it ane 6 per cent = _— 
STEVE ROPER would be about $1 million less . ns, 5 per cent on dividends, 
= than the increase Ike’s doctor 7 Per cent on professional earn- 
<a 1 HAD TD WAIT FOR THE ARRIVAL OF ; asked for. ings, 1 per cent on wages. 
UM--M2. FABIAN -~MY ASSOOATE! . : This is the nubbin of his 
o~ WHO WILL ATTEND THE Pennsylvania Sitdown trouble, It's the chief reason 


light cross small bridge. Presi 


® TRANSPORTATION dential Gardens on right. 


OR IT WON'T BE MELD ‘why the Republican bloc has 

¥ One of the most unusual and peig out against him in the 

: important political sitdowns in conate. For the Pennsylvania 

Seontebeenta. Ot ulead a Manufacturers Association, led 

> by G. Mason Owlett, doesn’t 

os Se Sa my oe want this tax. It wants the 

coming the, frst Democratic| ith, back again. | And RECOIL 

ww ag age nacre in Pennsyl-\with the GOP Senators who STARTER 
The Sah rove A surge was have led the opposition. 

so strong that Leader, all his’ Strangely, Sen. Duff, ex- 

fe a chicken farmer. carried Governor of Pennsylvania, long- 

‘me lower House of the Penn.| time opponent of Owlett’s, this 

aE BE sylvania Legislature by a work-|"me is lined up with him— 

Es, => 7 pe able margin, but with fewer though he'll probably deny it. 

seats up in the Pennsylvania Duff is bucking the Leader pro- 

FIN Senate he has a margin there 8™@™, though refusing to debate 

TT of three Republican votes him. Most of Pennsylvania's 

against him financial obligations, incidental- 

ly, were incurred during Duff's} LARGE 


As a result of this three-vote a , 
margin, the Republican Senate arene and that of Gov- WHEELS 
ernor Fine 


has kept the Pennsylvania Leg- 
I SHOT A689 YOU RIGHT AWAY T , islature in session for 10 long| Meanwhile, the Pennsylvania © 2%uP. 4 Cycle Engine 


~WITHOUT ‘EM? FIGURED THEY WERE At, months, has bottled up some GOP Senate has voted down Big Name “Clinton” 
500 pieces of legislation al- the Leader tax program yet 


ready passed by the House And failed to introduce any sub-| © 2]inch Cut Saves Time ? Should Be $139.95 
hag left the third state jz the Stitute tax program of its own. Gets the job done quickly 


union with no appropriation) Pennsylvania state senators 4 
bills and on the verge gf bank- are governed by the unit rule.; @ Don’t Rake, Mulch Leaves 
ruptey. It’s one of the most|They vote in a bloc after a Puts cuttings back ‘nto soll 
. 
: 


: 


stubborn political sitdgwns ever caucus. And here are the six 
seen in the Nation. GOP Senators who have sty-| @ Rigid Cast Aluminum Frame 


In New York state, where mied 500 bills and the state ntweight, yet strong 


- @ Safer Side Ejection 
Keeps cuttings from feet Pay Only $7 Down, $5 Month | 


7 Sea | Whitehead Urges Middle | * sus: | teat tulcher Free’ 


I PR 


BIRDIE ? @ Trimmer Design Saves Work 


BRAD, MAY 
ESENT 
Cut within %* of Fences, Etc. 


WELL_.NOT| | HES Az I 3 Course for Va. Schools 


FORMALLY / a hop : 
. -4 s, 
ec, ms? f | Gas Mower With Mulcher 
, -f x - <i —- PORTSMOUTH, Va., Oct. l4:tem of public education in 18 HP. omer “Clinton” engine $A9-% 


—Del. Robert Whitehead pre- Puen ” Whitehead | Powers the removable-tip mulcher type 


i 
t 
dicted today that a reasonable, went on, “the question is not! a Bg 90-day warranty starts 


conservative middle road what a majority of the people: 
course along with wise state like or want. They would like| 


and local leadership would'to continue as it is. But the : ; 
give Virginia almost complete Supreme Court hes spoken.| ** And Remember—We Service What We Sell! 


iseparation of the races in pub-| Therefore, the question is what 


lic schools for the forseeable can legally be done under its 
future. decisions that will best serve 
The Nelson County legislator the interest of the pedple of! 
said the middie ground must/Virginia. Our problem is to ome=- i ae e - 
be found between the extremist | work out a solution that will be ; 


views of those who want com-/ within the law and yet with the 


pulsory integration of the races | least possible dislocation of our 

and those who would see the present school system.” 

school system scrapped entire- 

ly rather than yield a whit from Political Action 

the present policy of segre- a 


gated schools. Urged on Integration 


“We have heard from the ex- . : 
tremists,” said Whitehead at a), Rr he ee 0 2g Heavy Wire 31-TOOTH 
district meeting of the Virginia *)—Robert M. Furniss Jr., 
Education Association. “We & spokesman for the Maryland i 

have heard from the politicians. Petition Committee, has called T B b 

We have heard from preachers. ¢or political action to prevent ras urner am 0. a e 
We have heard from newspaper racial integration in the pub- 


editors and columnists. The 
time has come when we should |!¢ schools. 
hear from the educators of Vir-- Furniss, Rockville attorney - C 


ginia—the school officials and who represents the Maryland 
the school teachers.” Petition Committee, said the 

He called upon the teachers MPC plans to circulate 50,000 
ees vee Oe whether leaflets throughout the state 121 ’ 

ey preferred the local option calling for political action. Has nch rea 
system of public education in' “There is nothing improper Self-Closing Top Sp 
vogue in Virginia prior to the in circumventing the law and 
Civil War when only a handful that is what we are going to . 4 <a 
of cities and counties supported do until we can change it,” he 10-Quart Size: White Finish 
the plan, or the state-wide sys- said. = 


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