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The Weather 


-‘Today—Fair with the highest 50 to 55 
degreés. Wednesday, mostly cloudly, 
windy and mild, with some rain likely. 
Monday's temperatures: High, 61 de- 
grees at 2 p. m.; low, 31 degrees at 6:45 
a. m. (Details on Page 26.) 


The Washington 


Times Herald 


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78th Year 2s No. 352 * Phone RE. 7-1234 The a 1a gy 


“TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 


99 


1955 


WTOP Radio (1500) TV (Ch. 9) 


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J.9. DRAF 


5 FREE-WORLD CODE 


Widow Sobs Love for Slain Goricki 


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Home Life 
Either Hell 


Or Heaven, 


She Says 


Tells How Rages 

Caused Divorce 

And Continued 

After Remarriage 
By John Briney 


Staff Reporter 

Mrs. Elizabeth Goricki de- 
scribed her stormy marriage 
yesterday as a heaven one 
day and a hell.the next. 

Testifying at her trial for 
murder in the fatal shooting of 
her husband last May 22, the 
graying blonde said she loved 
her 40-year-old husband “with 
all my heart.” 

Choking with sobs, she de- 
scribed Marine Ist Lt. Edward 
Goricki as “wonderful, consid- 
erate, kind—and he was proud 
of what we'd been able to do} 
and what we had.” 


in Arlington,” she said. | Cape Cod, Mass. on which 37 


| This air view taken yesterday shows the 
“We were the happlest people; =... Tower radar island, 110 miles off 


Where 37 Are Stranded 


been marooned since Thursday by high 
waves. Several 80-ton fenders have been 


visitors have torn from the 


Helicopters 
Take Aides 
To Meet Ike 


Security Council 
Holds Session at 
Camp Dayid; Gusts 
Make Flight Rough 


By Richard L. Lyons 
Steff Reporter 

THURMONT, Md., Nov. 21 
Operation Banana was suc- 
cessfully carried out today as 
20 top Government ‘officials 
were flown to Camp David 
for a National Security Coun- 
cil meeting presided over by 
President Eisenhower. 


of half a dozen independent 
agencies and other Presiden- 
tial aides were flown the 60 
miles from Washington in 
‘three “Flying Banana” Air 
| Force helicopters. Vice Presi- 


dent Richard M. Nixon came in 
a smaller Sikorsky helicopter. 


They landed In a stiff wind 
on a muddy clearing atop an 
1800-foot mountain close by 
Camp David, five miles west of 
here in Catoctin Mountain Park. 


Four Cabinet members, heads) 


Mrs. Woodward 


Mrs. William Woodward Jr., widew of the slain sportsman- 
socialite, appears haggard upon leaving Doctors Hospital 
in New York yesterday after a 23-day stay. During a 3-hour 
police quiz last night Mrs, Woodward broke down 3 times 
in uncontrollable weeping. (See story on Page 3.) 


Plan Aimed 


To Promote 
Liberty and 


—d 


Associated Press 


Leaves Hospital 


—- 


—_—-- 


White House limousines carried 


tower legs. (Story, Page 10.) (them the quarter mile to the! 


But the peace of the fioricki. 
marriage was periodically torn} 
by her husband's apparently, 
uncontrollable rages, she testi- 
fied. During these violent out- 
bursts, she said, he would beat 
and kick her, smash furniture 
and dishes, seemingly without 
reason. Her tears on these occa- 
sions seemed to make his an- 


ger more frenzied, she said. Taxes Asked 


On two oceasions, she stated,| The Citizens Advisory Coun- 
he threatened her life, and.) yesterday recommended 
once he threw a knife at her. ‘nearly $11 million in new Dis- 

The 42-year-old former wom-ftrict of Columbia taxes and 
an Marine described the lieu-|gave top priority to a contro- 
tenant as “sick” and said she/yersial levy on gross arnings. 
begged him to see a psychia-| As proposed by thé Commis- 
trist. She said he refused be-'sioners’ advisers, the earnings 
cause he was afraid the Marine | tax would fall mainly on subur- 
Corps would find out he was/banites who work in the city but 
emotionally ill and his career) would have little impact on the 
as an officer would be ruined. ‘average District resident. Such 

A few minutes before the|@ levy would face the powerful | 
25-caliber pistol slug that took | opposition of Congressmen and! 
Goricki’s life ripped into his|Semators from Maryland and) 
lung, he had flown into one of | Virginia. | 
his violent tantrums over the} During a special meeting yes- 
way Mrs. Goricki was cooking |teTday the Advisory Council 
pork chops at their home, 2224 called for hikes in income, wine, 
N. Kentucky ave., Arlington,|5eet, spirits and real estate 
she said. taxes to meet an anticipated 

“He grabbed at me...I ran Cont nea se et 
into the kitchen...!I tried to| municipal pal ae loot aume 
stop crying...he hit me on mer. pioy 


one side of the head, then on Thi ti , 

; | is deficit will) amount to 
og hemagned ; J oe ——- $1.5 million by next July 1 (as- 
. ar as Ager > go. i '€ | suming Congress restores the $2 

it me and pushed me Gown! million cut in the Federal pay- 
the (cellar) steps, Mrs. Goricki ment) and to $8.4 million during 


$11 Million 
In New D. C, 


cents on other wines to 
75,000 annually. 

Increase beer tax from $1 
to $3 per barrel to net $925.- 
annually, 


Increase spirits tax from $1 


_ said, , cone \the fiseat-year ending June’ 30 
“He ran down the steps,' 1957. 
picked me up and dragged me; The Commissioners have not 
up the steps,” she said. “He yet firmly settled on their revy- 
See GORICKI, Page 3, Col. 4 jenue program. Before making 
up a, mate they sought the 
a Sm - views of local citizens during 
Jilted Suitor Kills! public hearing Oct. 28 and 
-. asked the Advisory Coun- 
i - cil for comment, 
mended by the vi 
SEATTLE. Wash., Nov. 21 © cil —_ z “ane Se 
A jilted lover shot and killed a priority: 
pretty stewardess aboard a 
United Airlines plane today and 1. pote! = oa s aw 
minutes later fatally wounded with credit’ te nA 3 seotaal 
himself. . ithe District income tax for Dis- 
Bob Clendenin of New Yorkitrict residents. Estimated 
City, boarded United Airlines| yield, $3 million annually. 
flight 678 bound for Los Ar '9 Reducing income tax ex- 
geles at the Seattle-Tacoma In-|“* emptions and raising rates 
ternational Airport and fired 'to net $3.8 million annually 
three shot into the chest of\@ A new 20¢ent tax on table 
Sally Shedd, 25, Santa_Barbara, 3 wine and hiki 
Calif., his former girl friend, ||, 4s . 
An Air Force officer, one of|not go 
the many horrified passengers, | 
threw Clendenin out of the| Se 
plane. Clendenin pulled himself] go9 
to his feet and shot himself), 
twice. He died sortly afterwards). 
at nearby Renton Hospital. 


a . 


g the rate! 


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Ghost Ship Tragedy 
Laid to ‘Seaquake’ 


AUCKLAND, New Zea- 
land, Nov. 21 (4)>—Marine 
inspectors today completed 
a preliminary survey of the 
70-ton “ghost ship” Joyita 
and reported the disappear- 
ance of her 25 passengers 
and crew could be ex- 
plained in only one way— 
a “seaquake.” — 

The Joyita, now at Suva, 
Fiji Islands, was found 
drifting and deserted in the 
South Pacific three weeks 
ago. She had sailed from 
Samoa on a 2-day voyage 
to the Tokelau Islands on 
Oct. 3. 

The Tongan vessel Hafifoa 
was victim of an under- 
water eruption six months 
ago. The Hafifoa, carrying 
40 people, was thrown on 
her beam ends. Everyone 
aboard was pitched into 
the sea. All managed to get 
aboard again except one 
child. 


nually. 


6 Increase real estate tax rate 
* 10¢ per $100 of assessed 
\valuation to net $1.9 million 


annually, 


>| In coming up with their rec-/Subcommittee sought to pin 


ommendations yesterday, the 


See COUNCIL, Page 23, Col. 4 


| 
Newsman Given 
Silence Warning 


ROCHESTER. N. H., Nov. 21 
® — Police protection was 


given the following|sought today’ for a newsman) 


| 


} who was war’ ed to s.op investi- 
gating a story about the slug- 
‘ging of a City Councilman “or 
'we'll run you out of the city.” 


| The anonymous threat was 
‘made to Anthony Corvese, a 
newscaster for Radio Station 
WWNH, shortly before mid- 
in’ "vt last night. 

The assault on the Council- 
an, George La Chapelle, took 
place Saturday night outside 
ithe Elks Club, His wife said 
‘head injuries had caused loss 
\of hearing in one ear. Mayor 
John Shaw said reports indi- 
|cated the assault stemmed from 
\a_political dispute. The assail- 


im 


to $1.25 to net $980,000 an-'ant has not been identified. 


| 


Check Seen as 


‘to be given the draftee. Until 


collection of rough board cot- 
tages on the eastern side) 
|of the mountain which com-| 
prises the Presidential retreat. 


| Trip is Rough One 


Pre-Induction 


The helicopters came in with-| 


senhower had driven down) 
from Gettysburg at 2:30 p. m. 
with Allen W. Dulles, director' 
of the Central 
Agency. 


Security Aid 


By Murrey Marder 
Gtafl Reporter 


Defense officials said yester-| 
day they believe “99 per cent” /ing field estimated wind gusts 
of the security cases usually! at from 25 to 50 miles an hour. 
hitting drafted recruits will be The helicopters got down all 
eliminated in the future by re-| right, but a few of their passen- 
sorte. such questions before | gers got out looking as if they 
military service. \would have preferred some 

But many “ifs” were left other means of travel. | 
tacked to this basic swoon Murray Snyder, assistant! 
before the Senate Su ommit- White House press secretary | 
tee on Constitutional Rights: | who came in one of the “Flying| 

Will the draftee who makes| Bananas” said the trip “got a) 
“full disclosure” of any ques-| little turbulent when we hit the) 
tionable activities before his in-| mountains.” 
oe is —- gee as MR 2 ges said his ride in the 
serves loyally an onorably, orsky Was no rougher than 
be assured of an honorable dis-| the one in the big transport that 
charge? | had flown him to Washington 

Defense General Counseljfrom West Palm Beach this 
a rs omy — mei ery a Pale sie RL 
cannot assured “categori- i S the meetngs are 
cally.” The military, he said, | held here, this is the way to do 
still reserves the right to;it,” he said. 


weigh new “information” which | 
may turn up after the draftee Briefing Drowned Out 
Nixon’s 


| is in the service. ace Seer sey 
| at he couldn't hear the NSC 

Ip. a tangle of semantics, the) sienng he was getting or The 
‘down the effects of the new| “4Y_Up from Dillon Anderson, 
‘screening procedure announced | the President's special assistant 
Friday by Defense Secretary}°% NSC matters. The ‘copter 
Charles E. Wilson. made so much noise Nixon said 

Steven S. Jackson, assistant|"¢ gave up and read the brief- 
general counsel of the Defense | !"8.- 
Department, said, “There will}, The secret meeting on sub- 
avoidance of this vexatious|S¢curity was held in Laurel 
problem by investigation and|/0dge, VIP dining room, where 
‘examination” before a recruit;™ess tables were pulled to- 
gether and covered with green 
felt to’serve as a conference 
table. 

The National Security Coun- 
cil members are the President, 
Nixon, Secretary of State John 
recat l arce ae Secretary of De- 
now, the Army has been giving | fense Charles E. Wilson and the 
" “aoneral” ied wae a ta a. director of the Office of Defense 
“honorable"—discharge te men | Mobilization Arthur S. Fleming. 
whose pre-service activities or | Others who attended today, 
associations caused them to be | 4% they often do at the weekly 
regarded as security risks, NSC meetings in Washington, 


’ 


ig taken in. 

“The determination,” said 
Jackson, “will be made prior 
ite induction.” 

But the sticking point still 
icame on the type of discharge 


3d Brazil Crisis in 2 Weeks 


Defeat Reds 


Program Sponsored 
By Radford Already 
Being Used in Study 
At Service Schools 


By John G. Norris 
Siaft Reporter 


The Pentagon publicly pre- 
sented a new cold war pro- 
gram yesterday, called “Mili- 
tant Liberty” and aimed at 
defeating communism in the 
struggle for men’s minds. 

Personally sponsored by 
Adm. Arthur W. Radford, chair- 
man of the Joint ‘Chiefs of 
Staff, the action seeks to create 
a new “Free World ideology” 
that will prove stronger and 
more dynamic than commu- 
nism, 

“Militant Liberty,” a Defense 
Department pamphiet ex- 
plains, “ie a concept developed 
to set forth basic principles of 
a free society which can be 
readily explained and under- 


Cafe Under House Arrest 
in a few minutes of each other) After Bid to Re 


im—Joad Cafe Filho moved to 


Intelligence} night to reclaim the presidency | lo 
lof Brazil—posing the nation’s|of the Chamber of Deputies,' been briefed on the program. 
Air Force officers at the land-| third government crisis in two; but the military tagged Luz as/| 


weeks, 


(Reuters and 
News Service 


Internatf®nal 
reported that 


' 
' 


gain Offic 


| RIO DE JANEIRO, Nov. 21 porters, | 


Cafe was succeeded by Car-' 
s Coimbra da Laz, president 


a Kubitschek foe and threw’! 
‘him out of office last week. 


Ramos, former head of the 


Ci 


stood by peoples anywhere in 
the world.” 


Put in Stady Courses 


The plan has been under prep- 
aration in the Joint Chiets 
f Staff for the past 18 months 
is getting the full backing 
the Defense Department. 
President Richard M 
some members of the 
and a number of 
ambassadors have 


and 
f 


Viee 
Nixon, 
Cabinet 
America’s 


“Militant Lib- 
has been in- 


Already the 


erty” concept 


troduced into the study courses 


at the National War College and 


Cafe was under house arrest.]'Senate, was then named Chief '/Air War College. Training kits 


With tension mounting in the 
capital, troops surrounded the 


ipresidential palace, the Cham- 


Executive. 


Sen. Reginaldo Fernondes 
told newsmen earlier that Gen. 


are being prepared so that it 
ean be included in the weekly 
world-wide troop education pro- 


ber of Deputies and other key 
points. The troops were ap-| 
plauded by bystanders. ) 

A five-man riot squad later 
took up positions around the 
apartment building in which 
Cafe lives, and troops were se, 
ployed down the street. 


Henrique Teixeira Lott, War/s™@m, the curricula at the Mili- 
Minister and strong man in the |tary, Naval and Air Academies, 
new government, visited Cafe amd college ROTC courses. 

yesterday and advised him not! Patriotic, religious and frater- 
to attempt to resume the presi-|nal associations have been 
dency. Lott is the leader ofiasked ta push the program. 
forces determined to uphold|Later efforts will be made to 
the Constitution and see Ku-|“sell” it to the peoples of the 


Congress a message anndtir 


The government also imposed 
censorship on. political news 
in newspapers, radio stations 
and outgoing news cables. 


Cafe made his bid this aft-|ered too radical by many mili-' 


bitschek inaugurated. behind 


(Kubitschek ig regarded as 
the political heir of the late 
|Getulio Vargas, and is consid- 


Free World and those 
the Iren Curtain. 


“Necessity” Explained 
The Pentagon pamphlet, 


ernoon after he was discharged|tary and conservative leaders, |“Militant Liberty—A Program 


from a hospital where he un- 
derwent treatment for the 


heart attack that forced him| 
only problem was!to take a leave of absence from) Present 


the presidency Nov. 8. He sent 
Cc 
ing he was taking over the post 
from Ramos. 

But the House of Deputies 
has under debate a resolution 
designed to block any such 
move, and Vieira de Melo, 
House majority leader, said its 
approval was assured. The res- 
olution declared an extension 
of Cafe's disability to hold 
office. 

The opposition to Cafe’s re- 
turn stems from the belief of 
some Congressmen that he 
favors a coup aimed at keeping 
the winner of the October pres- 
idential election, Juscelino Ku- 
bitschek, from taking office 
Jan. 31. The majority of Con- 
gressmen are Kubitschek sup- 


'who say his election was 
| fraudulent.) 

Fernandes, who said he was 
at yesterday's Lott- 


Cafe interview, quoted Cafe as| 


} saying 

“My mandate came from the) 
|people and only the people can 
itake it from me.” 


in Today's Index = 
3 age 


ge 
| Amusem‘ts 44-45 | Kilgallen ... .45 
| Childs 22 | Lippmann ...23 
Classified .46-53 | Movie Guide 26 | 
Comics 68-71 | Obituaries .. . 26 | 
Crossword ...69 | Parsons .....44 | 
District Line 70| Pearson ....71 | 
Dixon 23 | Picture Page 29 | 
Editorials 22 | Postiude ....44/ 
Events Today 56) Radio-TV . 54-55 | 
Federal Diary 25 | Shopper's Pa. 
Financial .65-67 | Society 
Goren 
Herblock ... 
| Horoscope ...69 | Weather .. 


23 | 


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of Evaluation anid Assessment 
of Freedom.” explains the 
“ideological necessity” for the 
program. 


ines... World, War. IL”, jf. 


states, “it has become increas- 
ingly apparent to the Free 
World that its men and nations, 
in order to remain free, must 
be continuously able to explain 
liberty and freedom.... 

“The Communists have made 
outstanding and amazing gains 


‘to date in large measure be- 


cause they know what they 
believe, why they believe it, 
and can explain it to people 
anywhere in understandable 
terms.... 

“On the other hand, we, as 
free people, who believe in 
the true form and ideals of 
liberty, have many times been 
incoherent and lacked the ver- 


$130-Million Project 


Col. Marvin C. Hillsman, | imcluded: 
president of the Army Dis-|__ Secretary of Treasury George 
charge Review Board, said yes- | M. Humphrey, Attorney Gen- 


terday that under previous|°T@! Herbert Brownell 4Jr., 
policy, a former convict who|©>#irman Lewis L. Strauss of) 


made “a clean breast” of his the Atomic Energy Commission, 


Budget Director Rowland 
See RIGHTS, Page 2, Col.1 | itughes, John Hollister, head of 


Ike’s Brotherly Advice 


Sells Washer 
One-Two-Three 


Mr. J. C. advertised his washing 
machine tor sale in the classified 
columns of Washington's big 
newspaper——and it sold on the 
very first day. “1! couldn't be 
more pleased’’, he told us. ‘I've 
nay seen anything work 40 
ast." 


MN. ¥. Herald Tribune News Service 

Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower has 
blocked demands by Republi- 
‘cans that President Eisenhower 
fire Secretary of Agriculture 


Ezra Taft Benson, it was au- 
Pg aa reported yester- 


' 


You, too, can get results one- 
two-three from your classified 
ad. Just place it in the news- 
paper that thousands more pros- 
pective customers read——the big 
Washington Post and Times 
Herald. 


Placing an ad is so easy. Just 
phone REpublic 7-1234 and ask 
. for our Miss Bell, 


said Dr, Eisenhower, president 
of Pennsylvania State Univer- 
sity and Benson's longtime 
friend, was the most 


An intimate of the President. 


Republican Demands to Fire Benson 
Reported Blocked by Dr. Eisenhower 


/Sin factor in the President's 
decision last month to continue 
to support nson strongly. 
The source also forecast a pos- 
sibly decisive defection from 
the Republicans in next year’s 
ee if Benson is kept in his 
po 

Dr. Eisenhower is an agricul- 
turist called in by the Truman 


| Administration in 1945 to head 


‘a committee on reorganization. 
of the entire Department of 
Agriculture. He was director of 


the International Cooperation 
Administration: Theodore C. 
Streibert, head of the U. S. 
Information Agency: Joseph M. 
Dodge, special assistant to the 
President on foreign economic 
matters; Harold Stassen, the 
President's assistant on dis- 
armament; Nelson Rockefeller, 
presidential assistant on psycho- 
logical strategy; Sherman Ad- 
ams, Assistant to the President; 
Undersecretary of State Her- 
bert Hoover Jr.; Robert R. 
Bowie, director of the State 
Department's policy  plan- 
ning staff; Gen. Nathan F. 
Twining, Air Force Chief of 
Staff, representing the Joint 
Chiefs of Staff, and the NSC 
secre t. 

The President entertained 
‘the Cabinet members at dinner 


the Department's information 
bureau from 1928 to 1940. 
The President considers his 


* By William E. Zimmerman 


International News Service 


The Henry J. Kaiser Co, an- 
nounced yesterday it would 
build a $130 million plant 
which will increase India’s 
steel production by 45 per 
cent. 

The announcement was made 
as Soviet Premier Nikolai Bul- 
ganin and Communist Party 
Secretary Nikita Khrushchev 
continued the Kremlin's at- 
tempt to swing India into the 
Russian economic orbit. 

Moscow announced tentative 
plans last February to build a 
steel mill for India on long- 
term, low-interest financing to 
raise India’s production by one 
million tons. 

A spokesman for the Kaiser 


jcompany said ha, did not know 


what effect the’ private deal 


Kaiser to Build Steel Plant in India 
To Raise Country’s Output by 45 Pet. 


ia 
——ee—w 


Riot Sweeps Bombay; 
Bulganin Attacks West 


Bombay yesterday in protest 

realignment of provin- 
cial berders. In New Dethi, 
Soviet Premier Nikolai Bul- 
ganin told legislators the 
stand of the West at Geneva 
had delayed disarmament by 
10 years, Stories on Page 7. 


would have on the Russian 
agreement. He said “this is a 
rivate deal and not country- 
y-country.” 

Under terms of the agree- 


ment with India's Tata lron 
and Steel Co. the American! 


firm will handle design, pro- 
curement and contruction of a 


huge steel plant expansion at 
Jamshedpur, India. 

A statement issued by Kaiser 
said: 

“The project, which is one of 
the largest steel plant con- 
struction jobs ever awarded an 
American firm, will increase 
India’s current steel capacity 
by approximately 45 per cent 
and raise the Tata plant's pro- 
duction from about 13 to 2 
million ingot tons annually. 

“The job will require the pur- 
chase of approximately $50 mil- 
lion worth of machinery and 


equipment and is scheduled to 


take only 30 months time.” 
State Department officials 

said a British firm 

India mak 

negotiate to 


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9 Tuesday, November 22, 1955 nth 


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Supreme Court to Decide 
Non-Sensitive Risk Case 


By Ted Lewis Jr. 
United Press 


The Supreme Court yester- 
day agreed to decide whether 
the Federal Government may 
fire an employe as a security 
risk even though he has nothing 
to do with defense secrets. 

The case was brought by 
Kenrick M. Cole, former New 
York Food and Drug Inspector, 
who was ousted as a security 
risk from the Department of 
Health, Education and Welfare 
in 1953. 

The Court's decision, to be 
handed down after arguments 
are heard later this térm, may 
have a far-reaching impact on 
the Federal employe security 
program. 


Order Issued by President 
All government workers were 


blanketed inte the security pro- 
gram by an Executive er is- 
sued by President Eisenhower 
in 1953. The provision of the 
original 1950 law covered only 
certain specified Government 
agencies, such as the Depart- 
ments of State, Treasury, Jus- 
tice, Commerce and Defense 
and the Atomic Energy Com- 
mission, 


The Cole case is the first to 
reach the Supreme Court pos- 
ing the issue of dismissals from 
“nonsensitive” Government 
jobs. Other cases have focused 
on the employe’s right to con- 
front witnesses who gave de- 
semenety information about 

mi. 


Cole was accused of associ- 
ating with Communists and 
belonging to the Nature 
Friends of America, an organi- 


RIGHTS—From Page I 


Security Case Drop Seen 
In Pre-Induction Cheeks 


- past and served honorably in 
the service, could get an honor- 
able discharge. But he said a 
man accused of belonging to 
an allegedly subversive group | 
could not. 


The Subcommittee did pin| 
down that while the Defense | 
Department has been going one | 
way on the policy that dis- 
charges should be based on 


| 


“the character of the service | Providence, R. L, was ousted | 


performed,” the Army has been | 
using a different interpreta-| 
tion. 

Hillsman and Jackson testi- 
fied the Army has been deciding 
whether a security suspect 
“limited his usefulness” to it by 
his pre-service activity or asso- 
ciations. 

In other words, the actual be- 
havior of the soldier in the 
Army has not necessarily been 
the sole factor at all in deter-' 
mining all of its discharges. 

Jackson said, “It is my under- 
standing that the Army is con- 
templating in the light of the! 
new directive a. reexamination! 
of that policy.” 

Sprague said the Defense De-| 
partment has yet to decide what) 
it will do, in compliance with | 
the “new policy,” about persons 
now in the service who have 
been headed for less-than-hon- 
orable discharges, or those al- 
ready separated. 


Pre-service Ignored 

Assistant Air Force Secretary 
David S. Smith and Assistant! 
Navy Secretary Albert Pratt 
testified that in 1054 neither! 
one of those services gave less- 
than-honorable discharges for 


pre-service activity or associa- 
tions of their men. 

Smith said the Air Force in 
that year gave 11 “general” and 
three “undesirable” discharges) 
for cases which raised a securi- 
ty question for activity while 
in the service. 

Pratt said the Navy gave 44 
discharges lower than honor- 
able for the sa. e thing. 

Jackson told the Subcommit- 
tee the Defense Department 
would regard it as a “desecra- 
tion of the honorable dis- 
charge” to give one to a man 
who was dropped from service 
before the end of his enlistment 
on grounds he was “g threat 
to the national security.” 

Sprague read a letter from 
Defense Secretary Charles E. 
Wilson stating that policy will 
remain unchanged for: 

Those who join the Commu- 
nist Party or become “out and 
out Communist sympathizers” 
in. the service; those who 
“falsify” information on secu- 
rity forms, or those who are 
the subjects of new derogatory 
information after inductiGn. 

In two cases under the 
Army’s civilian security pro- 
gram, which were heard yes 
terday, Subcommittee Counsel 
Lon Hocker said an “inconsist- 
ent” policy was used. 
Contradictory Findings 

A former Washington cou- 
ple, William B. Foster and his 
wife, Dorothy, ended up with 
contradictory findings on simi- 
lar charges. 

Foster, who was an Army car- 
penter employed in Seattle, 


with 


| 


Army on sensitive troop supply 
work at Seattle, was charged 
with associating with him, and 
a related charge. She was 
cleared. 

The Subcommittee turned to 
another case, under the Navy's 
civilian security program, 
which came to public attention 
last August. | 

Joseph H. Summers Jr. of) 


as a metal worker “because of 
my parents,” he testified. Sum-' 
ner said he was told “my folks | 
belonged to an organization on| 
the Attorney General's list,” 
but “we could find no such or- 
ganization. on the Attorney 
General’s list.” 

Since he was fired in 1953, 
said Sumner, “I have been only 
able to get one day's work” 
elsewhere. 


Landy Case Cited « 

Hocker asked Assistant Navy 
Secretary Pratt how that is 
reconciled with the celebrated 
security case of Eugene Landy, 
who was first denied and then: 
was granted a Navy commission | 


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be judged on its own. 

In a statement submitted to 
the Subcommittee, the Motion 
Picture Association of America 
protested that censorship has| 
subjected movie producers to) 
“half slave, half free” condi-| 
tions. | 
The association said the in-| 
dustry has been “constitution- 
ally shackled” by the Supreme 
Courts 1952 decision in “The! 
Miracle” test case which! 
banned censorship on grounds, 
of sacrilege, but did not give 
films general immunity from 
all censorship. In New York, 
Pennsylvania, Maryland, Vir- 
ginia and Kansas, and in 50 to 
200 cities elsewhere, the as-' 
sociation said, the constitu-| 
tional guarantees of the film 
industry are “seriously eroded” 
by censorship. 


600 Will Attend 


Service Clubs’ Lunch 


The Rev. Edward L. R. Elson, 
pastor of National Presbyterian 
Church, will deliver a Thanks- 
giving Day message to 600 mem- 
bers of the newly formed Big 
Ten Men’s Service Clubs of 
Arlington at a 12:15 p. m. lunch- 
eon Wednesday at the Army 
Navy Country Club, 2400 S. 18th 
st.. Arlington. 

Bayard D. Evans, chairman 
of the Big Ten, said it was form- 
éd to” codrdtnatée’ activities “ar 
two Kiwanis clubs. three Lions, 
two Optimists, and the Civitan, 
Rotary and Knights of the 
Round Table clubs of Arlington. 


Germans Jailed as Spies 


STUTTGART, Germany, Nov. 
21 i@—Three Germans were 
sentenced to one- and two-year 
prison terms here today for 
spying on American Army 
— for the Soviet secret 


; 
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| Oct. 1, 1951. The firm contended 


zation on the Attorney Gen- 
eral’s subversive list. 


Earlier Action Dismissed 


The United States Court of 
Appeals last J dismissed 
Cole’s suit to regain his job on 
grounds th 


hower was within his authority 
when he issued his 1953 bian- 
keting-in order. The law gave 
the President the power to 
extend the security program 
to “any Department or agency 
when in his opinion the na- 
tional security requires it.” 
Cole argued that the Gov- 
ernment can now virtually 
cashier any Civil Service work- 
er for unstated reasons having 
nothing to do with national 
security. | 
A security risk under present | 
definitions may be a drunkard, | 
a loose talker, a sexual pervert 
or any other person who might | 
reveal secret information’ 
through carelessness or under 
pressure of blackmail. 


Court in Split Ruling 
Reverses Barge Case 


Associated Press 

In the first 5-4 split of its new 
term the Supreme Court decid- 
ed yesterday the Federal Gov- 
ernment may be sued for dam- 
ages to a barge’s cargo result- 
ing from asserted negligence in 
the operation of a warning light. 
The decision reversed a pre- 
vious tie vote by the gh 
Court. 

Indian Towing Co., Inc., of 
New Orleans, sought $60,000 
damages for the wetting of a 
cargo of phosphate on a barge 
towed by the tug Navajo. The 
tug grounded on Chandeleur 
Island in Mississippi Sound 


the light on the island failed 
because of Coast Guard negli- 
gence. 

Justice Felix Frankfurter de- 
clared the majority decision for 
himself, Chief Justice Earl 
Warren and Justices Hugo L. 
Black, William O. Douglas and 
John Marshall Harlan. Justice 
Stanley F. Reed wrote a dis 
senting opinion in which Jus- 
tices Harold H. Burton, Tom C. 
Clark and Sherman Minton 
joined. 


Dismissed in Lower Court 


dismissed the suit leading to 
the appeal to the h Court. 
In its first decision on the 
appeal, the Supreme Court last 
April 11 upheld the dismissal 
by a 44 tie vote. Justice Harlan 
om not vote then because the 
app 


Towing then asked for recon-| 
sideration and the appeal was 
argued again last Oct. 12. Har-) 
lan cast yesterday's deciding 
vote. 
Finding of Majority | 

The majority, in holding the 
Government liable for negli-| 
gence by the Coast Guard, said 
that once the Coast Guard ex-/ 
ercised its discretion to operate 
a light on the island “and en-| 
gendered reliance on the guid-' 
ance afforded by the light, it! 
was obligated to use due care 
to make certain that the light 
was kept in good working! 
order.” | 

Frankfurter said the case 
would have to go vdack to the’ 
trial court to determine if there | 
was negligence. | 

Reed’s dissenting opinion con-| 
tended the question of liability | 
had been dec in previous 
Supreme Court rulings. 

Court Won't Rule 
In Timber Dispute 
International News Service 

The Supreme Court refused 
yesterday to intervene in a 
dispute -over - 
tration of 472,000 acres of West- 
ern Oregon timber land. 

Located in Clackamas Coun- 
ty, Ore., the land had been ad- 
ministered by the Agriculture 
Department until last year 
when jurisdiction was trans 
ferred to the Interior Depart- 
ment. 

County officials charged that 
Congress had no right to pass 
the law making the transfer be- 
cause the Government was hold- 
ing the land in trust or receiv- 
ership for the State. 


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for Alien Quota 


that an administrative agency 
be allowed to divide up the en- 
try permits. 

Reuther said he doubted if 
anyone would suggest that in- 
creasing immigration quotas to 
adversely affect the wage scales 


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senseless and serious discrim- 
ination against nationalities of 
Southern and Southeastern Eu- 
rope.” 

The Rev. William J. Gibbons, 
testifying for the National Cath- 
ollie “Welfare Cotiféerence, sald ~ 
increasing the annual immigra- 
tion quota to about 250,000 by 
the use of 1950 as the base year 
would not be unreasonable. 

The Rev. Dr. Cc. 
Blake, president of the National 
Council of the Churches of 
Christ in the U. S. A.. urged the 

uota system be made more 
exible so that persons of néed- 
ed skills and victims of perse- 


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Like Reuther, Sen. Clifford P. 
Case (R-N.J.) urged that 1950 be 
used as a base year for deter- 
mining national quotas. cution could resettle here re 

Case said this “would go a'gardiess of their national ort 
long way toward removing the! gin. f 


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hearings on the act since it was 
written into law over former 
President Truman’s veto. 

President Eisenhower has 
‘criticized some provisions of 
the Act as unjust and discrimi- 
natory, but Kilgore complained 
the Administration has not sub- 
mitted any specific recommen- 
dations for revising it. 


“righ to compete” of independ- 
ent jobbers. — 

Albert Holzwasser, nt, 
of Aero Armature-Co., Boston, 
accused GM of using “high 
pressure and discriminatory 
price tactics” to wipe out com- 
petition and gain a monopoly 
in the auto repair industry. 

Chairman Joseph C. O’Ma 
honey (D-Wyo.) of a Senate Ju-|. Kilgore said he had hoped to 
diciary Subcommittee on Anti-)have Secretary of State Dulles 
trust and Monopoly, promptly|amd Attorney General Brown- 
declared that it is time for|¢ll as opening witnesses but 
Congréss to act if General Mo-|that they had failed to co 


reasons for 


setup in a case study of big 
Motors is “deliberately, syste- 


cipal share of the wholesale 
dealers to do business with it. 
longer are able to stay in busi- 


major auto manufacturers will 
be free to “exploit” the public 


less durable auto parts, 


from the same source as inde- 
pendent wholesalers, but puts 
them in GM boxes. He said the 
Federal Trade Commission gave 
him a “brushoff” when he ob- 
jected to “genuine parts” ad- 
vertising. 


a GM _ subsidiary. He § also 
charged that small business was 
being pushed out of Army and 
Air Force contracts 


firms. 

He said his firm was working 
‘on Army and Air Force orders 

Indian Towing Co. soughtjuntil cancellations started ar- 
damages under the Federal/riving about a year ago. He said 
Tort Claims Act, which permits he still is trying to “find” out 
| suits for injury or loss of prop-|“why our merchandise is being 
after his mother said she wasjerty caused by negligent or|discriminated against in favor 
once a Communist. Pratt’s|wrongful acts by Government) of merchandise produced by so- 


reply was that each case must |employes. Lower Federal courts | called “big pusiness.’” 


for the 
Parts Association, joined Hols. 
wasser in criticizing GM busi- 
| eal was argued before he) ness practices. 

went on the High bench. Indian | ——— 


tors is starting to monopolize 
the $2.5-billion-a-year auto parts 
industry. 

The Subcommittee is digging 
into GM's intricate corporate 


business. 
Morris charged that General 


matically and purposedly seek- 
ing to capture for itself a prin- 


parts market” by forcing its 
Once independent dealers no 
ness, he said, GM and other 


by making more expensive and 


Morris said GM buys many of 
its socalled “genuine” parts 


Holzwasser aimed his crit- 
icism at United Motors Service. 


by big 


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of the national origins quota 
system, first adopted by Con- 
gress in the early 1920s. 

Under it, the total number 
of quota immigrants admissible 
to the United States each year 
is 154,657—or 1/6 of 1 per cent 


Additionally, this over-all 
quota in divided among other 
nations on the basis of their 
contribution to the United 
States population at the time 
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Victor Reuther, assistant to 
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the effect of the system is to 
give most of the quotas to 
Great Britain, Ireland and 
other Northern European na- 
tions, to the disadvantage - of 
Greece, Italy and other South- 
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MINEOLA, N. Y., Nov. 21 # 
'A haggard Ann Woodward 
sobbed but didn’t quit under a 
| three-hour police quiz tonight. 
She again stated her shotgun 
slaying of her millionaire hus- 
band wWas a tragic accident. 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
or Tuesday, November 22, 1958 3 


— 


Congressmen in Caribbean 
Even Get Tax-Paid: Seerecy. 


Italian linens, German cameras,|ferently, Halsey said, he will 

Chinese silks and rugs, Peru-/treat the Panama Line's free- 

vian silver, Colombian emeralds loading guests the same as any 

and English leather. | other passengers, and decline to 
The brochure does not say make public their names. 

so, but Panama also offers the, A cordial and efficient-look- 


By Edwin A. Lahey 
Chicero Daily News Service 


NEW YORK, Nov. 21—The 
Panama Line put a blanket of 
secrecy on the names of mem- 


bers of Congress who are en- 
joying Caribbean cruises with 
their wives this season at the 
expense of the taxpayers. 

The Panama Line is owned 
by the Government, and is a 
part of the Panama Canal Co. 

The line operates three lux- 
ury ships, the Ancon, the Cris- 
tobal and the Panama. One of 
these luxury liners departs New 
York each Thursday for a 15- 
day cruise to Haiti, Cristobal in 
the Canal Zone and return. 

A member of Congress can 
have this cruise free if he gets 
‘a letter from his committee 
‘chairman requesting the trans-| _ 
‘portation. This letter is about| tively prepared, adds the final, 
las routine as a requsition for|touch of gracious modern liv- Graham Identified 
'a fresh bottle of spring water | /"6. | 


‘for the Congressman’s office. The pursuit of this “gracious; 4 4 Dvnamite Buver 


| modern living” at public ex-| 
|Pays Only $110 for Wife DENVER. Nov. 21 (—In a 


pense is now at its peak among 
A Representative or Senator) members of Congress, with the) meeting in jail today, a Kremm- 
ling, Colo., store operator iden- 


jean take his wife along on the acting dint the United States 
‘cruise at the reduced rate of| y Ye : ‘ 
|$110 for the 15-day round trip.| Sitting Tight Now | tified John Gilbert Graham, 23, 
| A regular taxpayer taking! But the P Li — as the man who bought from 
D | nis wife on the same cruise . - , e Fanama Line 18 Si| him “20 or 25” sticks of dyna- 
'would have to pay between| “Ng tight, at least for the pres- mite, detonating caps and wir- 
|$574 and $1089, depending upon ent, on the names of the con- ing Oct. 29. 
ithe season and the type of ac-igressional guests who af€|. Graham is accused of rigging 


‘Loved Goricki,’ Widor 
Says at Murder Trial eae Penkios Liece Ciel ee ae in| dynsshite. beats st: oadinn 


hit me and I don’t remember marriage. For no reason, she S¢@" cruise is particularly popu-| corded music and subdued mod-/it in his mother’s luggage be- 
ar with members of Congress| ern lighting are the background|fore she boarded a United Air 
during November and Decem-|for some of the most tempting! Lines plane Nov. 1 at Denver. 
ber, just before they resume) meals you Lave ever tasted.” {The plane blew up in flight, 
their arduous duties in Wash-| Robert Halsey, operating! carrying Graham's mother and 
ington. ‘head of the Panama Line here|}43 others to death. Lyman 
The cruise is popular with|in New York, handles the re-/Brown, 46, coowner of the 
congressional wives, not only|quests for congressional trans-|Brown Brothers Supermarket 
because of the luxury trans-| portation, and says he has a\at Kremmling, picked Graham 
portation at cut rates, but for file of such requests. ‘out of a “showup” of seven jail 
reasons best stated in the| But until he is told to do dif- inmates. 
hand. As Goricki left to take|Panama Line’s own ayrieal 


his mother to the hospital to| brochures. | 
she| “Panama offers you a breath-| 


At the end of the interroga- 
tion, authorities let it be known 
unofficially they still agree 
with her that it was an acci- 
dent. There was no official 
Statement, however. 

Three times Mrs. Woodward 
broke down and sobbed uncon- 
trollably during her first full-| 
scale questioning since the} 
tragedy. But she stuck it out | 
to the end. She was finally msl 
imissed by the police. 

| Mrs. Woodward was a black- 
" | gowned picture of grief as she 

‘left Doctors Hospital in New 
*| York late in the day—her first 

time out since William Wood-/ 

ward Jr., 35, was slain by her 
iShotgun blast Oct. 30 at their! 
Oyster Bay, N. Y., home | 
|. During the day, her lawyer'! 
demanded that her story be! 


most complete program for per-| ing executive type, Halsey was 
sonal vice of any city in the| at first taken aback by a formal 
Western Hemisphere. | request for the list of his free- 
“Variety is the spice of life| 4osding passengers. 

on your 15day cruise tour of| Then he pointed out discreet- 
Haiti, Panama and the Panama/!ly that he himself was a Gov- 
Canal Zone, with dancing, swim-| ernment employe, and did not 
ming, games and sun on the) have any holes in his head. In 
spacious decks,” the brochure} short, he was not going to mess 
says. | around with anything involving 
The line dwells at length on, members of Congress. 


the “delicious food and wines”| “I do not feel that IT am au- 
that are “all part of this won-; thorized to give out this infor- 


'derful travel experience.” mation,” he said for the rec- 

It says the air-conditioned ord, “unless I am so directed by 
dining salons on the Panama the Governor of the Panama 
Line luxury ships have the| Canal, Brig. Gen. John 5, Sey- 


“mirrored decor of a fashion- 
able restaurant.” and also: | General Seybold’s office is in 


“Here perfect food, imagina- Balboa Heights, Canal Zone. 


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Associated Press 


A London Tabloid Protests 


June Thorburn and Peter Ustinov (from 
left). Said the paper: “Necklines at these 
functions are sagging daringly. below the 
Plimsoll line of modesty.” The Plimsoll 
line is a mark on a ship’s hull te show how 
deeply she may be loaded. 


Int@érnational News 


The London Daily Mirror, a tabloid, has = 
launched a frontal aitack on film stars who 
sport plunging necklines before Britain’s 
royal family. In this photo, taken at a 
recent film premiere, Queen Elizabeth is 
presented to Anna Neagle, Janette Scott, 


At Dope Hearing 


Lila Leeds, former film star- | 
let and admitted heroin ad- 
dict, told a Senate Judiciary 
Subcommittee meeting in 
Chicago yesterday that she 
and her husband could get 
“as much heroin as we want- 
ed” in the Windy City. Miss 
Leeds, whe said heroin ruin- 
ed her film career, reported 
she hasn't touched narcotics 
since February, but it's a 
“struggle every day.” 


GORICKI—From P. I 


Oil Slick Grounds 
Hundreds of Ducks 


MICHIGAN CITY. Ind.. 
Nov. 21 @#—Hundreds of 


said, Goricki tossed the knife 
at her. It struck her flat on 
the chest, she said, and “only 
hyrt my feelings.” She said 
She tossed a glass back at him 
which his mother caught. The 
glass splintered, she said, slash- 
ing the elder Mrs. Goricki’s! 


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——eRALEIGH HABERDASHER, 1310 F ST. ——— 


of 


Grand Jury. The law requires! 
munity | 
> 
“ . 
Hearing Set 
‘jury when it wants to hear! 
Mrs. Woodward walked slow- 
‘(It was exactly three hours! 
Katharine Ann Haynes, ac- 
During the questioning her/insanity, today will take the| anything more until I was sit- 
ister to her sound mind. ; 
“I was trying to get myself 
on the shores of Lake |.,, tiful.” 
) Piru. Elizabeths on the basis of hav- left me alone...then the first 
ashore of orange juice was sent 
The 2@year-old mother same time the gun went off.” 
ported to have been killed nem oh of th since Oct. 28 when she was) : 
e tragedy that): » Gort | 


‘heard by the Nassau County | 
that such a request be granted. | 
Mrs. Woodward will waive im- 
District Attorney Frank Gu 
lotta said he will ask the grand | 
Mrs. Woodward—either later Tod; , f 
this week or early next week. | ay or 
ly and heavily into police head- | VJ H , 
quarters here at 5:10 p. m. EST. rs. ay nes 
jater when she emerged and’ 
was driven back to New York. quitted of murder by reason of 
personal physician stepped in|the stand in District Court to ing on the floor facing the bath- 
from an adjoining room to min- attempt to prove that she is of te 
Police officers who  inter- . ' 
wild ducks w Hospital staffers are expected : 
+ See eee jrogated her described her as to ree. her mo Roach “a st.| together,” she said. “He had 
Michigan today by a crude ’ , 
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oil slick that washed Ss eeadee Ae cme ooente chan ing had insufficient time to ex- thing I knew his legs were in 
in| 2mine Mrs. Haynes. ‘front of my face and at the 
. Some of them froze to to her ) 
eath and others were re- | 7 ' te, four has been at St. Elizabeths 1 
Inside the room were grim __ “That shows the gun WOrkS,"|hoyve her hand dressed, 
by rats as they tried to fly ‘lewirled around the one-time/ found not guilty of the murder eer er 
but were prevented by a \Kansas farm girl. The English-\0f her husband's mistress. — gh ie “If you aren’t gone by the|ports at unbelievably low 
e xept screaming me;\time I get back I'll kiN you.”| prices,” the Panama Line says. 


made double-barrelled shotgun| Her commitment is manda-! 
‘with which she shot Woodward,|tory under a new District law 
was not shown to Mrs. Wood- requiring such hospitalization, 
ward. Authorities feared the’'To be released by District 


coating of heavy oil on their 
wings. 

The ducks were stranded 
along a 12-mile stretch of 
shore between Michigan 
City and Ogden Dunes. 


‘take it, hold it, take it, hold it, | After the separation, Mrs./in its literature. 
Mrs. Goricki continued. “He! Goricki said her husband fre-|, 348: 
wied to force my hand around | wuently tried to effect a recon-| Bargains’ Listed 
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sight of it might send her into|Court, St. Elizabeths’ doctors — yard . HB. ct a 0 | ciliation. “We'd almost get to! 
ihysterics. | must testify that she is of 9 areteed Jpre aor ‘ieee cae et ase poe purchased yer weg ron Me 
ae ee poe ath t she is os and crawled under the buffet | qo sunnatiiian to make me to the b sine ann ¥ ~eor 4 oe 
> iinely in the ressowable future |: - - he'd pull me up and I'd try change my mind.” | daca “English and Swedish 
. 7 haven herself or others to get down... he'd kick me; On gne occasion—October 3 crystal and china, Irish and 
Enjoy Your Thanksgiving LE» pr. Winfred Overholser,.su-\UP With his knees,” she said-\1947_the lieutenant smashed| _ 
i ‘perintendent of St. Elizabeths,) Moments later; the two were his way through two doors into == 
FAMILY DINNER ee thas stated it usually takes sey-/ Struggling over the gun in the/her apartment at 2109 F st. nw..| 
ur aes ral months to miake such de- hallway, she said. “He finally} .n4 police were called. Mrs. 
’ a ate tions got both my hands in both of! Goricki said that Goricki again 
AT FAN & BILL S Gre Sener ‘Attorney Harry —" x ne mere saying ‘push threatened to kill her and she} 
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FE & 5 I] ‘from them and from hospital sprayed out of his mouth,” Mrs. began dating again, she said. 
an 4 5 staff doctors, Chief Judge Bo- Goricki said. ’ “From time to time he would 
litha J. Laws of District Court! Mrs. Goricki said she and her say that he was so sure that 
Famous Plank Steak House will decide whether Mrs. husband were married Decem-'n6 was an adult by now: that 
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Across From the Mayflower Hotel | If she is not freed, Ahern in the Marines. They separated couldn’t possibly ever be mean 
‘said he will ask the Court ofjin July, 1946, after the knife-it, me again.” she said “I be 
\Appeals to hear arguments on/ throwing incident. lieved him,” Mrs. Goricki testi- 
ithe constitutionality of the man-| Mrs Goricki said that was the |¢ieq 
\datory commitment law. first violence that marred their On August 4, 1952, the 
O ' | ciiseidenill ae = . |Gorickis were remarried and 
RDER YOUR BUICK NOW! ihe moved into her apartment 
. ,on Courthouse rd. in Arlington. 
You Can Own A Beautiful ‘| d H t . ‘A week later, Goricki flew into 
ary an un ers een one of his rages. When it was/}} 
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‘De d | A ) on his bed and wept Mrs. | 
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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD |Areund the orld 


mz oauvery | mo Bonn Presses Russians on , POW’s 


CALL OUR 
MR. FOREMAN 
EE EI FATE RE AIM 7s A Reuters last September, sien as prune suverdl EubGs om Helles statins, ons,|from the EOKA organization,|installations, but with cove 
NA. 8-3320 | “l} BONN, Nov. 2t = West one to release 9626 ‘leading the authorities to which seeks union of Cyprus|ing casualties, in the 
| many is there were Greek military men| with Greece, continued their at- — on the west bank of the : 
in the EOKA leadership. tacks on British tgs and in- siver Jordan. 
~ He also said that an armed 
» halted, Sas # unit from Jordan today am- 
een Pe ‘that the delay is connected| Police Gazette had published a/ areas of the island eolony, bushed two trucks on one of 
Foreign Min- “F with the failure of the two photograph of a 55-year-old re- Israel's busiest highways, near 
ister Heinrich § | * Gi countries to settle details of an|tired Greek General named Israeli —_ Siggy On | Affuleh, in the Jezreel Valley. 
exchange of ambassadors. |Grivas, ordering security forces One of the drivers was wounded. 
{In Berlin, the Associated to report to a senior officer im-| TEL AVIV, beast, Nov. 21 
™ |Press reported that the vital mediately they got a hint of his Egyptian coastal. batteries 
, jeanal that links Berlin and| whereabouts. 
r said Grivas| pened fire on an Israeli motor The — Business Gift 


© | West Germany remained; The newspa 
closed today, but that British| was born Ag yprus and had/ fishing boat off the Gaza coastal 


question | =F) \authorities said they are con-|fought with the Gréek Army.| strip today as Israeli sources 
would be sent, vinced the Communists are He had not been seen in mortal a worctnine of the tense 


703 14th St. N, W. ¢ via the Ger- doing their best to repair the Ath 
von Brentano pair thens for the past eight! border situation. 
man Embassy locks.) ‘months, it said. There were no casualties and 


. ® TT \in Paris. 
British troops meanwhilejthe fishing boat sailed out 
West Germany has already (Cyprus anor Named fought a running battle with! range of ‘the guns, an terol 
made an abortive inquiry about| rebels in the center of Fama- military spokesman said. 
the -fate of oy —- NICOSIA, ye Nov. 21/gusta during the night, after ter-) (Cairo radio, reporting the 
through the Soviet Embassy in| 4 mystery “Greek general” was|rorists had fired on a military! shelling, said the boat violated| “<0 oft te cata 
ly. @ Mo FPitnts 


TUESDA ’ 7 WEDNESDA ff" F RIDA Y, SATURDA ’ moat cae aii ae 2 te Pane a [named today in the Gresk Cy- aS =. vi Egyptian territorial waters, and| § © Lignte Eiectricaliy. 
, priot weekly newspaper Kypros ritis roops chased the| Egypt protested to the Mixed! § 2 he ig nomen +4 ~~ 
Serve Wine to Fr ogy your THANKSGIVING DINING ... ing was known in the Embassy as suspected leader of EOKA.|gunmen through stréets and Armistice Conimission.) Neale 


CLARK’S HAS MORE THAN 137 TYPES of BURGUNDIES. there and the question would) . 1 ssid Athenian Greek ac- gardens while residents barri-| Israel also said a unit of 


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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
. ’ Tuesday, Newember 22, 1955 5 


Shop Today, 9:30 A.M. to 6 P.M. ... Washington, Chevy Chase and Alexandria 


2-quart ice bucket, chrome Imported hand-blown 4-way Inland 8-cup carafe and Seda King syphon bottle, 
plated, glass lined, 2-way cordia! bottle. 7.00 warmer, copper or platinum polished slurhinum, glass 
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W&L—Glassware and China, 5th Floor 
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West Virginia glass hurri- a “ “ ~ 
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Our linen: .déepartment...is. bubbling over. with. 

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Imported !ri A nen cloth tshow 
with cordial set), double dan 
stitched. In Conventional, L 
—_ r i a Chrysanthemum patterns 
Fieldcrest kitchen set. 7-piece matched ensemble Pet i al 4 6 take 66x84" cloth, 8-19" napkir 
includes “one terry hand towel, two each dish : as, ge a ae ae Not shown 
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Morocco dem 


damaged 
An early morning fire in the some 80 pajamaclad 

14-story Heidelberg Hotel in/into the ¢ stree 
(Picture on Page 29.) > 


is ile WO dle RO > ens “geranag™y 
| By Barrett McGurn mio. aes. _ - RI 
N Y¥. Herald Tribune News Service bah sg? ave 


RABAT, French Morocco, 


jov. 21—France’s six-day policy| ~ 


of extreme leniency toward na-| © 4 $ a 

ive Moroccan femonstrators | 5 e | i ANN 
marking the return of Sultan} 7 | Oe, “pees. 

Mohammed ben Youssef ended | ae 


abruptly tonight as heavy mili-| 3 ees Es BR Me 
ary forces were ordered to hunt 4 se aS DUBL-PAK 


yut and punish the killers of two} “% gp 5 é. ; a iit 4 POTATO CHIPS 


Suropeans slain today. 


tC m ea One was a French Army lieu- 
a OO Ree aie tenant, axed to death by a na-| | 
” % ~~ —— tive mob at Tabouda, in the Riff; _ a 
le - Viountains, after he attempted! 43 

0 calm aroused natives. 


U. Ss. Gov T. INSPECTED GRADE "FB The other was a European at- 


tempting to escape from his 


home in the native quarter of 5 Fre Se oO See Se eet 2. EN ie 
faza, on the Riff frontier. . a a ok Sas te ER! vee 
The order came after the Sul-| | a ol 
tan praised his subjects for Associated Press POLO OCR WIE EGE SER > nition OM 8 
WY LAL ZS Sh De tars Ss 


showing “a remarkable spirit of y 


maturity” and for “justifying! Court-Martial Opens 
17 to my hopes and the realization | yj 
& aa 2? ib. of our national aspirations.” He| Lt. Col. Paul V. Liles of Bir- Charge . y 
READY suggested that “order, disci-| mingham, Ala., is pictured | Accounts IT COSTS NO MORE AT 4. 
Avg pline and peace” should reign| yesterday as his  court- Invited Wines— 


S) 


a 


AES SS SS ~~ — 7s ADS Lia 


as power gradually is now’ 

shifted to new hands and insti-| martial opened at Ft. Lewis, 
tutions in Morocco. While the Wash. He is charged with | 
change goes on, the old organ-| aiding the enemy while a | 
izations should be employed,) Drisoner of war in Korea. 


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WS EAN 


the Sultan added. —_——= 


‘ The latter presumably re-| 
VIRGINIA 13 to 16 Ib. lb. 49° ferred to the network of tradi- 
tional French-designated tribal Reds Summon 


FARMS average 
os ~~, |leaders who form the present 
native administration. A } 
These leaders are the targets re ultects 
he 


PICNICS PORK . CHOPS ea ee 
last several days. The Sultan's " 
statement, however, implied’ To i loscow 
CHICKENS 


that power should be left in 


CWALTNEY'S c eee eee ands, rather! LONDON, Nov. 21 (®—Radio 
Ib e more- 


WE HAVE 
Eviscerated—Pan-Ready 


ROCKINGHAM TURKEYS 


ONLY IN 


FRESH KILLED ALL SIZES y 


SSS 


—~ 


4 to © ibs. lordéss self-appointed native Moscow announced today that 


vigilantes, until an orderly architects from all over the 


transfer of power can be Soviet Union have been sum- 


PURE PORK SAUSAGE MEAT n! 21° Pot oe Tg = Pix dial The United States reported tee +, egy nage dees ciel gem ; {oa RATH'S BLACK HAWK EVISCERATED 
a 4 é ithat the Sultan announced he widened hah Pg Ag f PAN READY CAPON Psi 


GWALTNEY'S b. 00 : U. $. MO. 1, LONG ISLAND ‘would begin consultations Tues- litects might be impending. | 
SLICED BACON c 3 pkg. | f : Pee  |@ay to form Morocco's first! ‘The conference will discuss’ { JUST RECEIVED FROM ANDERSON, SOUTH CAROLINA 


YPRESS BRAND 
PAN-READY DRESSED & DRAWN 


— , A pales home-rule eggs yt “the alteration of the charter) [f 
palace communique said he of the Architectural Union” and| 2 Ib. 
FRESH OYSTERS STANDARDS oe 719 a, | plasined to accept the resign@|study “the standard and tbe 4 i PHEASANTS average 
qt \tions of Premier-delegate Fat-'mass construction of dwelling | \ r 


‘mi ben Slimane and members!and municipal buildings.” 4 FROM OUR OWN BAKERY DEPARTMENT 
of the throne council appointed | The announcement came after | \ MINCE MEAT PIES PUMPKIN PIES 


BONUS SPECIALS FOR THANKSGIVING - . > ) Toefore his 
: < ») 1 (} Ibs. OR % War mtg gy in ee Vissoe tak: of Russia's N) 95: & *1.45 . 8S: & *1.35 


Shep Jumbe food for Real Sevings—foar in eddiiion to eur low, low everyday shelf > 4 
prices six deys @ week you can save even more on these extra specials for Thonksgiving : ‘the Riff Mountain area. One leading architects, during his’ & si ak ig 
+ For Your Thanksgiving Table 


disturbing sign was the sud-irecent visit in the United States, ; - , 

p iden departure of 1000 nativesiand after a Moscow magazine) . ; pe 2 Bute Pucding. © Ugh wa gate 
‘ ya, |from just inside the French'yesterday critized the Moscow | -f Seondied Silt pein teas mate ¥ 

‘zone on the edge of the Riff subway as too ornate. Ay es = ta age Bowe 


OCEAN Cc ‘Mountains. All 1000 with their! It was believed here that the) ' 
3 tos. 29 04 |flocks took off from the Span-{call for the conference reflected ©. Suatae Sates Sie eee Ae 
SPRAY ish zone. Presumably, they willjthe grave Russian housing vehement ~ 
CRANBERRY SAUCE reinforce the “army of libera-'shortage, as well as dissatisfac- . ALIFORNIA FRE 
wait ao facial C tion” which has been harassing|tion with architectural plan- } “BROCCOLI ICEBERG LET TUCE } 
stalks the French along the frontier ning. banch DQ » 47 
 cerERy for the last two months. | : c c 
, Fires were burning on. hills) ' FLORIDA WHITE 
_ along the Spanish line. Hill Airport Strike Continues 
U. 5. NO. 1 STAYMAN wrnicst? eee eee Po eee Oe. i" pleas. te et too tie GRAPEFRUIT FLORIDA ¢ ORANGES } 
APPLES Ibs in Morocco. ‘French Air Force offered use of ‘Te 5 ™ 35c i 
The area is one in which 10,- its fields and facilities today to ' 
}000 French troops have labored commercial and civilian planes .” ne attective” sa ga ag Py eh 
ONIONS v. S$. NO. 1 YELLOW 5 ib. calle 25c | without success in recent weeks| grounded by an 11-day strike of 
All PURPOSE bog 'to stamp out insurrection. lairport ground personel. a PS 7 


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BOMBAY, Nov. 21 (‘®—More' 
than 200,000 rioters led by Com- 
munists and Socialists of the 
extreme Left turned this big. 
fndustrial port into a smoking| 
battlefield today. Ten persons! 
were reported killed and 250 
wounded and 1000 were under) 


errest when uneasy quiet was) , if 
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restored. 
Police and army units stood Buiganin Nehru 


by on the alert tonight. There ae 


was sporadic violence even 
after darkness fell. said, opposes military blocs and 


separate state of Bombay, 


These worst riots in Bombay | intrusion in the affairs of other : 
in the eight years of India’s) oo nirine 
independence grew out of dem-| 
onstrations of protest aghinet! Referring to Soviet evacu- 
the decision of the Centraj| ation of Porgy Arthur in Man- 
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aw an ulganin sai ussia ha 
Jawaharlal Nebru to ong al ran” ieee | ee foreign | BRIGGS FANCY-PAK-SLICED 


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state of which it is now capital; In Europe, he said, there is ; 

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Communist leaders raced) because of military groupings 
about the city on motor scoot-) there. 
ers flying Hammer-and-Sickle| Turning to Asia, Bulganin 3 
flags, egging on the frenzied! said there is alarm over -the - a4 
mods and ordering them to! question of a political settle- ~ Re SAUSAGE MEAT 


“capture” the State Legislature,| ment for divided Indochina. He : 
which was meeting to discuss said Russia, whose mutual ef- BRIGGS’ PURE PORK 


anin and Communist Party would strive to solve this prob- 


the city’s future under the new! forts with India and Commu- 
State plan . : nist China had “resulted in the 
In New Delhi, 750 miles north,! Korean Armistice and extin- 4 
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guests of the Indian govern-| Bulganin said he regretted 
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session of Parliament. They | circles to follow the spirit of 


are to visit Bombay Wednesday. | Geneva” and 


About 45 per cent of Bombay's }-,,dened the Southeast Asia 


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Soviet leaders have been 


Bulganin Says West politely received, most cheers 
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NEW DELHI. Nov. 21—So-|, cenuine “y(hil Soma” BELTSVILL — 
viet Premier Nikolai Buiganin paper pr danse Sontet Bane 5 to q ib SHANK HALF } UNOX HAMS 
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disarmament and may delay a 
solution by at least 10 years. 


have “backed down” from their! Bulganin complete with ex- 
stand earlier this year on world clamation points. Pies WHOLE tA ° 
[But the Times of India, one BRIGG’S Ib enc - can ; 
of the country’s leading papers. ° 
val EA. 


He expressed “creat regret” under the heading, “That old! 


that the East-West deadiock on tone again,” 
disarmament had not been 
broken at the recent Foreign 
Ministers’ Conference in. Ge- 
neva 


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He is on a l15-day state visit 
here with Russia's Communist 
Party secretary, Nikita Khrush- 
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read for him. 

The visit has been inter- 
preted by foreign observers 
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India's continued neutrality’ 
and to increase Soviet influence 
in Asia Bulganin’s address, | 
dwelling mainly on disarma-| 
ment, struck many points of| 
agreement with Inda’s repeat- 
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armament and the prohibition) le 
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cactipletatepel res,” 
Iraq Pledges Action If Israel Moves 


BAGHDAD, Iraq, Nov. 21 @) Harold Mactrilian said the deal came slong just in time,” Mac 
‘The Uniteé States was urged to-| by which Communist Crechoslo- millan said. ' 
day to become a full memberiyakia is sending weapons to| Macmillan, Iraqi Premier 
of the 5nation Baghdad pact Egypt was not, as had been sug- Nouri, Turkish Premier Adnan 
jematest a aggression. | vested & reply to the signing of | Menderes, Tranian~ Premier 
Delegates of Great Britain, the Baghdad pact. Hussein Ala and Pakistan Pre 
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’ ben thelr alliance by time and the Baghdad pact/take a full part in the pact 
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made by an assassin, talks with officials before leaving (he said, on the Arab collective’ ; Such aroma, such mellow flavor! And for sat- 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
10 Tuesday, November 22, 1955 wt "y 


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Genuine ROCKINGHAM Frozen Eviscerated Israel Won't Give Up Won = z.e0.ege 


alaya Mountains along the 
southwestern border of the So- 


TU R K EYS Territory, Says Sharett (i Gave» 
International News Service ace ay iaei chteewen: Toor 


Completely cleaned, ready for the oven. Enjoy these Israeli Foreign Minister,to cede a physical posséssion—|are Waldemar J. +alimann, Am-~ 
fresh vestul tuck , tn the ¢ Moshe Sharett declared yes-an area over which its sov- bassador to Iraq; Adm. John H. 
fle cys... raised in the famous /ioiday that his governmentiereignty extends today with| Cassady, and Brig. Gen. Forrest! 


Shenandoah Valley by Farmer Mem- | will not give up any territory full United Nations sanction| Caraway. ReeULAR * one 
bers of the Rockingham Cooperative. to gain peace with Egypt. as expressed in the official|) British Foreign Secretary 

Sharett told a luncheon of} security council endorsement) 
the National Press Club “thereof the armistice agreement.” | @ 
should be no attempt to pre-| Sharett also was caustic 


vail upon Israel to cede terri-| about the Soviet role in sanc- 
tory in order to satisfy the am-|tioning the sale of Communist 
bition of any Arab state.” ‘arms to Egypt by Red Czecho- 
He flatly rejected the offer! slovakia. : 
of British Prime Minister Sir} He said that while the 
Anthony Eden to mediate the Soviet Union proclaims its de- zm 


Egyptian-Israeli dispute. He'sire to ease tension around the 
called the plan “logically fal- world, it has approved the sale 


—— 
ROCKINGHAM ROCK'INGHAM |lacious, legally incongruous of arms to a country at war, 
}and. morally untenable.” ‘Egypt. He added: 


The Ed l fas t di-| “It is ble to : | 
HEN tis c] SR ovale. Claes boundary Sotvors,the| tho erme obtained by sat 
. . | s stice | d the whicl l fes: to be 

TURKEYS TURKEYS sur" United Notions’ parition|ot war Sith’ seignbor ‘are 
line. During the war of 1948 tended for the prosecution of 


land 1949, Israel won a good that war. 
deal of territory beyond the! Sharett said that in the cur- 


OCKINGHAM - |partition line by force of arms./rent situation in the Middle 
res -” | e | In rejecting the British me-| East “Israel's first and para- 
mount need is additional 


idiation offer, Sharett said: 


| “All the Arabs are invited arms.” 

‘to give up is a part of a claim! He said that the avoidance 

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ROCKINGHAM 8 to 12 tb. Sizes PS PARLOR AES Gt 
The Same Rockingham |. TEXAS TOWER, 110. Miles El Sol comes out again | 
Off Cape Cod, Mass., Nov. 21. The tug skipper, Capt. Pat- 


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HAM ¢ C 37 Texas-lower Visitors 
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SHANK ib. 4. Yh , : 
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WHOLE ‘ 
HAM Ib. 53 Completely Cleaned and the party of 37 visitors ma- the violent wind and waves yes- 
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this man-made radar island The El Sol was back in| 
NOT FROZEN since last Thursday may have Provincetown, where she tied! 
to remain through Thanks- up so the crew can catch up| 
giving on lost sleep before making! 


Chef Levi Gardner announced another trip out here. | 
turkey dinner for tonight, add- Winds above hurricane veloc-| 
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d yw _- Most of the stranded visitors | 


The Weather Bureau fore origin. One great wave 61 feet 
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CRISP GREEN PASCAL FRESH WHITE 
legs are driven 50 feet deep 
PUERTO RICAN RED IMPORTED ITALIAN (GRADE AA) 
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are Air Force brass and per) 


’ BUENOS AIRES, Nov. 21 @ sonnel from various air bases. 
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SWEET POTATOES PUMPKIN CO-OP - | The jurist said he was also! last a few hours. | @r9ss SEEMAN BROTHERS INC, N.Y. N.Y, 


charges. for a picturetaking visit fo’! 
asking the extradition of Pe- 


No. 2% CRA E RY SAUCE ron’s former Minister of Inter-| 
pkgs. Cc ? cons 29: NB R ior and Justice, Angel Borien-) 
er aere « Fe PP 00 , San __ighi, and Saul Gonzalez Ruis, 
| 9 16 ez. 7 ‘fornier tax” assessor’. 2} 
ee ae ‘ Borlenghi is in Cuba and: 
MORTON ’S | oo ‘Ganzalez Ruis in the Para- 
. . ; guayan Embassy here 
Pumpkin Pies RIPE OLIVE ussv's vo 19¢ Meanwhile, the Government 
SMALL = of President Pedro Aramburu 
was reperted holding Gen. Juan 
EACH C DROMEDARY 6 oF ¢ Uranga incommunicado at the ; 
jer First Infantry Barracks. Rae ri : 
Official sources denied that ; ‘ 
CO-oPF 4 es Gen. Leon Bengoa, Army Min- fs 
EA T COAST MUSHROOMS : I1¢ ister in the Lonardi Govern- BRAN MU), Ne 
> stipes ede a4 < ment, had also been arrested mouth-watering / F, 
PEAS co.0P Me. 2 Ps Adolfo Lanus, 63, editorial / 
writer on the newspaper La A hi; ofed! 
10 c PINEAPPLE eee — 2 ‘Prensa until it was expropri- you ave ever a. ‘ \\ \, / 
= ‘ated by Peron in 1951, was ~ 
. as . Ww : b "uy "PSS e 
~ PINEAPPLE JUICE=~ 2: 49¢22.5"*""'° "nd s0 simple 
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BROCCOLI | ss 
SPEARS sae san Against Reds | * Perfect for breakfast, lunch and dinner! Washington 
BRAN MUFFIN MIX is full-flavored and extre-nutritious 


P i F _y . 
2 pe 39: ULTRY $ FFIN In Malay al | because it contains all the original vitamins and minerals 


4 


pkgs. POULTRY STUFFING of whole wheat. Real old-time molasses has been added to 


nee c 5 KUALA LUMPUR, Malaya give these mifhins a deep rich brown color and enhance 
SNOW CROP 8 oz. 7 Nov. 21—The Malayan Govern their natural nut-like flavor. You'll love ‘em! 
pkgs. iment today resumed full-scale 


FRENCH FRIES ra oa against augers ; . 
errorists aiter 2- 
month ames. offer prod The Only BRAN MUFFIN MIX 


oo 9: PILLSBURY’S or month amnes:, offer gg 
“ fewer than 30 surrenders. 
The amnesty offer will re- th / 
pkgs. 2 CINNAMON <AL rain in force, b:t troops will! 04 é ef ola) ° 
ROLLS >» be authorized to shoot on sight ote aS ) 
, = : instead of calling on terrorists! To ee. AO ee ag CF FO : . 
SUNSHINE ; he # to surrender. Special safe, 4 


we 
Bit A areas set up to make it easier 
Hi-Ho Crackers { wat" for terrorists to surrender will! 
tb. c cans be abolished on Dec. 1. 
, 33 Three outbreaks of terrorism 


Reu crs 


Gasmmantn dite Chie Tian| f fin the past of hor showing, Me Be pains bs Be sure to try —— 

started negctuiations with the’ <a sting your ' ’ . | WASHINGTON CORN MUFFIN MIX 
Falls Church ie in on eens) meee BUTTERMILK CORN BREAD MIX 
D7 4 | “i SPOON BREAD MIX 


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new center on a meeting due ae ey 
Fo f in : to ware one after Christ- ppt | 
| *biels mas between Communist Secre- : | : 
W./ 1545 Dusk tary General Chin Peng and| , _ By the Makers af WASHINGTON FLOURS - INDIAN HEAD CORN MEAL - WASHINGTON SELF-RISING CORN MEAL 
PN ee eae Malayan and Singapore Govern. | - —— 
|ment Jeaders. "| | 


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painstakingly selected from prize flocks that have 
been scientifically raised to produce superior flavor. 
From nearby forms they're rushed to your Giant. .. 
dressed and drawn, ready for the oven 0 


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10 to 16 over 16 


dione DUCKLINGS pounds pounds 


Tender, Young a 
Frozen Eviscerated | Ib Ib. 


4 to 6 Ibs. 
average lb. . 


“SiS the famous” 


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SERVING MARYLAND, 
VIRGINIA, AND THE 


DA orsTRIct OF COLUMBIA 


Strained 


| Ceanberry 


Delicious 


TOMATO 


“LIBBY’S” Solid Pack 


/ PUMPKIN 


oo 20° | 


Decorated 


CUP CAKES 


tg in @ pilgrim or turkey 


vane all Cake 


be delicious layers of 
idi’ I 
neat at @Yc 
fudge. 
Walnut Pound Cake 


Heidi's fomous pound 

coke topped with wol- 

mut icing ond decoroted 

with red. ond pei eo. c 


cherries. 


“MAXWELL HOUSE” Instant 


COFFEE 


“OCEAN SPRAY” Strained or Whole 
Cranberry Sauce 2 “2 3/< 


“AUNT NELLIE’S” Thrown Manzanilla 


Stuffed Olives 


“LIBBY’S” King Size 
Ripe Olives 3 9. 


“HECKMAN’S” Sweet Appetizer 3 3 


Mixed Pickles 


Sonchwich Chips tae O 


“NONE SUCH” Borden's Ready to Use 


MINCE MEAT 


“AUNT NELLIE'S” In Heavy Syrup oe 
Maraschino Cherries “= 39- 


“C & B” Old English 


Date Pudding 


“C & B” Old English 


Fig Pudding 


“RICHARDSON & ROBBINS” 


Plum Pudding 


NEGOD Zoey 


PUMPKIN PI 


Rich, smooth, creamy... and in 

that pastry-flaky Heidi crust that 

seers to crumble at the approach 

of a fork. Here’s a holiday fav- each 
orite that “tops” them all. 


“HE'DI" Covered 


MINCE PIE ~~ 65< 


Perfect Stuffing Every Time With... 


CIERRA vere seAsonep 


STUFFING _ 


; A hel Old Fashicned, master | 
mixed, herb-seasoned poultry 
stuffing without ony fuss ond 8 OZ. “i 
fumble. One bog for 
Nedettes We <8 bag | 
12 pound turkey. ; 


Stuffing Bread 


Day-Old 
Unsliced 


| | Guat Nellie Syrup or Vacuum Packed 


“MUSSELMAN’S” Pennsylvania Dutch 


Apple Pie Mix 


» PILLSBURY” Just Add Water 


Pie Crust Mix 


“AUNT NELLIE‘S” In Heavy Syrup 


Fruit Cocktail 


“WHITE HOUSE” Yellow Cling 


~ Spiced Peaches 


“NIBLETS” Whole Kernel 


Golden Corn» 


“FFY” .Cinnamon 


Honey Wafers 


“SUNSHINE” Crispy 


Hi Ho Crackers 


“NABISCO” Crispy 
16x. 


Premium Saltines _ akg 
“WESTON” Old Fothioned 
Sugar Cookies 


NUTS 


THIS YEAR'S CROP ONLY! 


~ Al-the-ratts soid-by GIANT ore guaranteed: to- bens: 
this year's 1955 crop. Giant does not handle — 


yeor's 1954 crop. 
“RED BOW” Extra Large 


Mixed Nuts 2. 55c 


‘DIAMOND” 


Walnuts — 7? 57> 


a 


Mor 17° 
“McCORMICK” 


Ground Cinnamon 
“McCORMICK” 


Ground Nutmeg 
“McCORMICK” 

Poultry Seasoning 
“MeCORMICK” | 


Rubbed Sage 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD , 
18 


"OCEAN SPRAY" Selected Fresh 


CRANBERRIES 
219 


ay titer ae 3°29: 
FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT = 429: 


FLORIDA ORANGES 9 AY: 
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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 


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SAUSAGE | 


Extra Fancy Red Sweet 


For first-rate feasting on Thonks- 
giving, visit the -wonderlond of 
fine foods — your neighborhood 
GIANT. You'll find there all the 
famous names and top quality 
that mean so much to perfect 
meals... and all at GIANT'S 
everyday low prices. 


Penrisylvania Snow White Fancy 


FRESH MUSHROOMS | 


Extra Fancy 


CELERY HEARTS’ 19° 


“KRAFT” Philadelphia 
Cream Cheese 


“KITCHEN QUEEN” Sugor Cured 


Sliced Bacon 


“PILLSBURY” Oven Ready 
Biscuits 
“BALLARD” Oven Ready 


Biscuits 


“HEIDI KITCHENS” Fresh-Mode, Whole 


Cranberry Sauce. 


“HEIDI KITCHENS” Made Fresh Daily 


Potato Salad 


“HEIDI KITCHENS” Mode Fresh Daily 


Cole Slaw 


“HEIDI KITCHENS” Made Fresh Daily 


Macaroni Salad 


“HEIDI KITCHENS” Made Fresh Daily 


Waldorf Salad 


“HEIDI KITCHENS” Made Fresh Daily 


Fruit Jell 


“SEALTEST” Pasteurized 


The Original 
“Roastwell”™ 


ROASTER 
$4.99 


BLUE ENAMEL 


Holds 12 to.15 Ib. fowl, 
16 to 18 Ib. roast 


FINE 


PEPPER 
SHAKERS | 


imported, hand-pointed turkey 
solt end pepper shokers in 
voriety of color selections. 


“TOP FROST” Fresh Frozen Yellow 


COOKED SQUASH 


“TOP FROST” Cut or French Style 


GREEN BEANS 


“TOP FROST” Frozen Fresh 10 oz 


CHOCOLATES 
“SCHRAFFT’S” Peppermint, Wintergarden, 6 oz 
Patties buttercream er Cherry + 39: 
“SCHRAFFT’S” 

Chocolates us 89. 
*SCHRAFFT’S” 

Fruit Nougat “3 49. 
"SCHRAFFT’S” 

Molasses Chews“ 49. 
“SCHRAFFT'S” Peanut 

Butter Crisps “42 s 49. 
*SCHRAFFTS” Molasses 


Hardwood 


Coconut Squares 4° 49. 


pkg 


*SCHRAFFT’S” 


Fruit Creams =A" 


ICE CREAM 
99: 


All half 
Flavors gallon 


ASPARAGUS SPEARS * 


“SWANSON” Turkey 


TV DINNER 


“DULANY™ Frozen Candied 


SWEET POTATOES 


“BIRDS EYE” Fresh Frozen 


GREEN PEAS 


“DARTMOUTH” Cantaloupe and Honeydew 


MELON BALLS 


39: 


BOARD 


Made of hordwood with four metal prongs to 
hold fowl in ploce during carving. 


51.99 


CRANBERRY SAUCGEs2<: 37° 
aie: “Yesterday's” goodness with “today’s” ease! 


SAUERKRAUT 7 
SAUERKRAUT ....; . 
FRUIT COCKTAIL x: 


BARTLETT PEARS sx...’ 


STUFFED OLIVES wx 
MOTT’S CIDER .... 


Lucerne Curtsy 


EGG ___-APPLESAUCE 
RING 


FGG Wie A emogth blend of rich pane = 0 oz. Coke 


ingredien 
= aes pared for * ogy by the Lucerne ~ 
milk ing Regular 49c 
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Yes, you can serve a feast grandma would have been proud of, with- 
out spending long hours in the kitchen. Safeway offers a host of Thanks- 
giving foods that have all the old-time goodness without 
the old-time work. From turkey that’s ready for the oven to 
fruit cake ready for the slicing, you'll find at Safeway everything 


3 q C for a wonderful, easy-to-fix feast. 


Holiday Favorites 


OPEN WEDNESDAY "til 9 p.m.| POULTRY SEASONING Sz: ome 155 
SWEET PEAS tm ox <-=-=2 2 35¢ 


- and 
a GREEN GIANT PEAS === 27 3% 
semua | So Sen = 


69° Thanksgiving Day | NOB HILL COFFEE ==— ,*; 87: 
Pl LEMON PIE FILLER "x: — 4 sz: 35¢ 


Breakfast Gems| California | Party Pride 


LARGE PADE A Large Red Diamond EGG NOG 
, WALNUTS > ice Cream 


Half Gallon 
| Package 


89: 


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a x ) Ww ~_- Pascal 
Ae wT Sw 
Y ae 


fom SAFEWAY 


YU. S.No. White TSS Sy OSS sin town! 


* This inviting green celery is the kind 
\e crackles when you bite down on 
a stalk. Every bunch is compact and 
| aay with flavor. 


Smooth skin and solid. Mealy, they cook up 
fluffy and flavorable. 
i 


HOLIDAY RING 
HOLIDAY RING 

CURTSY RING—-=: 
CURTSY RING: 
CURTSY RING---:*5.98 
— CURTSY BAR-=79° 


— CRISP LETTUCE a ae 
STAYMAN | GREEN BEANS =: 2.. 29° 
APPLES | CAULIFLOWER =~ 29° 
GRAPEFRUIT = 5:29° 
JUICY ORANGES .. ee | 


A Size for every "esally = 


—< 


.a price for every purse . 


U.S. INSPECTED...U.S. GRADE A... READY-T0-COOK 


Under 8 Ibs. 


8 to 14 lbs. 


SAP, BELTSVILLE cr HENS 


had | 


Delicious Apples 


Have a smal! family? Then Safeway has 
jet the turkey for you: Small plump 

eltsville Turkeys, or, if you prefer a 
medium size turkey, pick out one of our 
8 to 14 Ib. hen turkeys, Safeway selis only 
U. 8. Inspected, U. 8. Grade A turkeys 
which are wuriconditionally guarantéed 
to give complete satisfaction. 


Bring your craving for 


CRANBERRIES 
to Safeway this week ! 

Me 19: 

RUTABAGAS 5 

RADISHES «~—---2 =: 15° 


RED YAMS 223 
619 


BOSC PEARS = ~2~ 29° 


Add glowing color t your 
Holiday menu with bright, 
fresh and firm eranberrie 
from Safeway. 


NABISCO 


Waverly | 
WAFERS 


27" 


Delnfoed 


GRADE A MILK 


Homogenized 


Cragmont 
SQFT 


DRINKS 
Populer Flavors 


2 = 29: 


6 to 22 Ibs. 


TOMS 


4f 


ee 


Holiday Fare 


French’s Mustard -------‘:: 11° 
Mince Meat irr, iu 772" 43° 
Plum Pudding *** --- * 45° 
Kosher Pickles oi** 2. 45° 
Sweet Pickles wc. ---”\2" 31° 


Por large fam- 
Ties Safeway 
has large tom 
turkeys that 
are ready for 
the oven. Ther 
are guaranteed 
to roast tender, 
juitey, and 
golden brown. 


Potato: Chips Mann's... nee 33° : 


Mayonnaise * “+ ---.-- r 39° 
Mayonnaise “*!mern ----- Pr 39° 
Orange Juice >!“ ---. Ss" 33° 
Tomato Juice “y: ------ “4° 27° 
Applesauce ‘r++ -.. 2 ‘Ss: 25° 


Soft Drinks 


ROCK CREEK sm a 
PAR T PAK sm » ae 
PEPSI COLA 6 32° 30° 
ROYAL CROWN «= —.6 i 30: 
COCA COLA - ss 30° 
ROOT BEER »~ 6 3 35° 
ROOT BEER S226 2 30: 
TRU ADE ORANGE —6 7: 30: 
6 2 30° 
GRAPE SODA {3° 3 "= 29: 


Deposit Required on off Ba ‘tles ond Cacce 


mee ETS CRANE é 
7 Gen > © cael 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
__ Tuenday, November 22, 1955 i tae 


i ~~ - a ne 


Genuine Long Island 


DUCKLINGS 
SE 4 53: 


HORMEL HAM Ret ~ +618 
RATH’S HAM Canned mm. § 58 
BACON a TY 


Webster or Hawthorne 


Sliced Bacon 
od b 3 Oo 
Standard Oysters » ~~». =. 85: 


Select Oysters »~~~ 
Raw Shrimp ss". 


| 


The following items are 
available on special order: 
Ready-to-Cook—6 to 8 ths. Dressed 


CAPONS SQUAB 


Dressed 


KEATS 


Ready - to-Cook 


Ready-to-Cook—6 to 8 Ib: 


GEESE 


Dressed 


PHEASANTS 


gm, *-. BROCCOLI 
tL, -* t= am $. ts Ee. 
ee 


FORDHOOK LIMAS “2 x: 49: 
BROCCOLI SPEARS *=" 2 x 49: 
BEL-AIR CUT CORN —2 “=: 35° 
BEL-AIR PEAS eer 35 
BEL-AIR POTATOES (7° 23: 29° 


Bel-air by m 
Sind Otrawnerries 

Delicious fresh ? 10 ox. 4g 
vor. pkgs. 


BEL-AIR SPINACH omc: 2 2: 33° 
ORANGE JUICE *" —-- 2‘ 29 
BEL-AIR WAFFLES -—- 2 ‘x. 29¢ 
SWEET POTATOES 22. “scx 29: 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
16 Tuesday, November 22, 1955 i 


Charter Talks | "NOW it’s no trouble to 
Voted by U. N.// ; o\ FINEST TURKEYS 


UNITED NATIONS, N. Y., : re - —s 
Nov. 21 (INS)—The United Na- OP AE LE ae Ree 

rer | tions Assembly today voted for) aae% 3 
evtnt  waauen cnn | We ALL FOOD FAIRS OPEN ‘TIL 9 P.M. TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY 


tee to fix the time and place a ae py 
7 a CLOSED THURSDAY FOR THANKSGIVING 


for a U N. charter review con- 
ference to be held in 1958 or 
later. 

rtussia immediately 4n- 
‘nounced it will not take part 
‘in the committee. The Soviets 


\bitterly opposed any effort to ! ae en ‘ pee 2 - 
or amend the charter ; 1a ' Fi . 9 , 9» 
| a Be, ixin’s for Feastin 


revise 
for fear of losing the veto) 


power in the Security Council.| Fs 
— _ OCEAN SPRAY, WHOLE OR JELLIED 


The Assembly approved a 
Western proposal to turn over Saco 
the problem of summoning a Res 16 OZ. € 
charter conference to a special! eae. Cranberries CANS 


Study committee representing sooanel 


The vote was_43 to 6 and ) " Se 
A eens. P gy joined - , Feges 2 OZ. © 
e viet-bloc five in voting; Wi dy \\\ Pai § p ' 
against the proposal. India,| } N\y ee weet ota oes CANS 
Yugoslavia, and the Scandi- :: my se ESTEAD, BIG, TEN 
re HOME! , ENDER 


Pavian states were among the 
abstainers. me \ Sees 
‘ The Assembly, in effect, | 17 OZ. 
Associated Press \shelved for two years further , | oe Sweet Peas eae 23° 
Engaged to a Lord action on calling the charter \ ~ PS 
4 ‘conference. The special com- Sate CAMPBELL’S, UM-M, GOOD 
‘mittee is to report its recom- ' Bi Sats ’ nae 


Jean Wallop, lovely daughter | mendations on the site and the | SEES , 
of a Wyoming rancher, has (date for the proposed charter : a Cana T 4 aS 0% OZ. € 
become engaged to Lord Port- |session to the, 12th Assembly . | Pe, ” oma ° oup CANS 
chester, 31-year-old English- |meeting in 1957. , | rn 
man, who has been a frequent ee adopted ee See. \ \ ages as eeacee aspen gett HEINZ, SPICY, TOMATO 
, ‘sented a compromise ween et 

ences of Princess Margaret. | Soviet enbasitlon to charter re- 7 

view and the document itself, i Ketchup 


\which calls on the 10th Assem- — \ F , 
ibly session in 1955 to consider | ‘ KRAFT, KITCHEN-FRESH 


Brucker Sa Vs the question. * | , “ we 
ve n y oe Nee gre coer ig by) Give. ieei 
a the Unite tates an ritain ~ a * sage: M i 
Nike Can I ell and cosponsored by Canada, / £ TERT ameter ayonna se 
Ecuador, Iraq and Thailand, 6 . RTE Meet sige tte ' FRESH. OFF-THE-COB 
. iplaced the U. N. on record as} * 7 , Bhs. teh hie” Sie , . . 
Any Airplane ‘favoring a charter conference, ! seecah Snip tote Taian bites eh Hage ee ge a Ee ted 
. ‘but postponed such a parley | Z of Segeties 
until 1958 at the earliest. } Baie a * ee Hee . Niblets Cor mn 
Yee...» Ha FRENCH’S ] 5< CARNIVAL 


; .| Movers of the resolution were | 
Mince gil 3% aged one convinced that Soviet refusal _ ~ eae ee iY pa on’ Or. 
rucxer & 5 even to consider reviewing the heist ps. 
Nike guided missile “can seek charter foredoomed any pres- c Wis U ARD KOSHER STRIPS Jar 
out and destroy any aircraft,| ent ee to revise the docu- | ta 
‘ment. 


Associated Press 


er how high or fast it) "an, adopted resolution states _ | 3 | 
ae ‘that “a general conference to KU { 


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t 
inate doce ceeaniaie” at the review the charter shall be held : s 
inte ty ty mri te 7/GREEN STAMPS 7 
cipal cities and industrial areas) 0" er auspicious internationa > 
of the Nation, the Secretary|©{7cumstances.” Tt leaves up to y 
added. \the special committee-of-the- a. 
His remarks were in a speech to ph yy time, place - 

to the Society of Medical Con- The Assembly will meet is 


sultants to the Armed Forces. again in full session Friday to 


Brucker’s claims for the Nike a - , 
take a fifth round of balloting : f, 
added gg chapter to the! the controversy between the \. $a . , : \ Th; é; : é ; 
discussion of the weapon's! philinnines and Yugoslavia for hb | 4 Gs is very week is the time to get in our fabulous BONUS offer. LOW 
effectiveness. Some Air Forté), 1956.57 post on the Security | | Low - ’ 
and Army people have been) Council y | me \\hes , . (ean =e OW PRICES, HIGH HIGH QUALITY, Pius 8 & H GREEN STAMPS. 
on ory Bey a cc s value’ |The U. N, today announced| ° “4 s ink of how many pages you ean fill in your § & H Stamp Book . 
. __ \the Disarmament Commission! . We 1 % ; 
Defense Department officials | wij} meet at 10:30 a. m. Wednes- ~ “ ve AM } | by doing ALL OF YOUR THANKSGIVING SHOPPING 
ss | ted. e 12-natio 0 is-| a = SNR , of 
ne APR nods nl ered (ron . ie lon comnalo = ex wa: on your way to reeeiving FREE OF EXTRA COST, wonderful, exelting, 
~4, Matadors. The Matador is &a/port to the General Assembly/ . distinguished merchandise gifts (that ean be mighty handy for Christmas 
_ pilotiess bomber with a speed jon last summer’s meetings of its Wi ths Z at giving). FOOD FAIR § & H GREEN ST it j 
" % > of about 700 miles per hour, as|five power subcommittee as a, AMP habit is ene you will enjoy. 
: against the Nike's 1500 or basis for the Assembly's arms 
/ piers est debate.} FAN FAIR, FRESH FLAVOR 


J Defense sources said th 

ra é 23 og since the first test Nikes fare . ‘cc ‘ BRACH CHOC. COVERED : 
a PARE produced several years ago,/Red China ‘Supports PEANUT CLUSTERS "As" 39¢ CARNIVAL RUM FLAVOR CROSSE AND BLACKWELL, HOLIDAY TREATS 

. ve- . . 

18 Nations for U. N. BRACH'S CHOCOLATE ATE, Fi PLUM 

nr 3ve | FRUIT CAKE | 75 "6 08 ru 


ment in both the speed and! CARAMELS 


range of the missile. PR in yy Pago! 21 yon 
The earlier version had aj Peiping radio today said Com- in popeler BIG TOP REG 
maximum range of 25 to 30 munist China supports a reso- yes ¢€ COCKTAIL PEANUTS 72 33 PUDDINGS CAN € 
deliciows GALLON ue 
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_ ‘THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
vee Tuesday, November 22, 1955 17 


By Bernard 


loans to farmers, stepped-up 
migration to the city and more 
industry in rural areas com- 


prised the Ag- 
riculture De- 
partment’s rem- 
edies yesterday 
for poverty on 
the farm.. 
Heart of the 


riculture 

der Secretary 

True D. Morse, 

is a rural de- 

velopment program in selected, 


pilot counties. 

Sen. John Sparkman (D-Alaz.), 
chairman of .a subcommittee 
holding hearings on low-income 
families, told Morse he was con- 


cerned about the “smallness” 
of Agriculture's plan. 


Waste of Funds Feared 


Morse replied that a broader 
program, lacking the experience 
of a pilot project, might waste 
Government funds 

He also noted that the Depart- 
ment had asked Congress for 
$30 million to be distributed as 
loans through the Farmers 
Home Administration to 50 pilot 


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counties. But Congress only ap 


'propriated $15 million. 


As a result, he said, “the 
Congress will again be asked to 
\provide modest funds so that 
‘we can move forward with 
\bagic recommendations.” 

So far, he reported, eight 
i\States have picked 17 counties 
‘for the Rural Development 
'Plan. Morse said he hopes to 
bring the total to 30. 

The Department's studies 
show nearly 1000 counties with 
'a majority of low income fam- 
ilies. The last census revealed 
that in 1949 1.5 million farm 
families had a cash income 
from both farm and off-farm 
earnings of less than $1000. 
Besides loans, the redevelop- 
ment program in the ‘pilot 
counties includes more exten- 


Grange Unit 


CLEVELAND, Nov. 21 @ 


National Grange today gave un- 
animous approval to a proposal! 
that would make labor unions 
subject to prosecution under 
the Sherman Antitrust Act. 

The resolution, which must 
ibe adopted by floor vote at the 
'Grange’s 89th annual conven 
tion to become policy, said that 
“round after round” of wage 
increases since 1946 was partly 
to blame for rising farm costs 
and decrease in income. 

“The dominant purpose of 
labor contracts is to eliminate 
competition as to wages and 
quality and quantity of pro 


The Welfare Committee of the 


Farm Poverty 
Issue ‘Studied 


D. Nossiter 


@afl Reporter 
A ‘modest’ appropriation for 


sion service agents and more 
information to farmers about 
existing government services. 

Sen. Sparkman asked an- 
other witness, Harry R. Varney, 
a West Virginia University 
'\dean, whether the pilot pro- 
| gram reaches “the little farmer 
|'who is struggling.” 
| Varney said it does “in some 
cases” but many farmers at 
ithe bottom of the ladder “lack 
ithe funds to take advantage of 
it.” 

He urged more vocational 
| training to fit farmers for off- 
‘farm jobs. 
| The expansion of industry, 
said Morse, offers “a great op- 
portunity that has not yet been 
embraced” for plants to move 
into depressed rural areas and 
hire underemployed farmers. 

He also urged legislation to 
permit Farmers Home Admin- 
istration loans to part-time 
farmers, 

D. B. Varner, vice president 
of Michigan State University, 
agreed with Morse that migra- 
tion off the farms was needed 
to relieve rural poverty. He 
proposed subsidies, training 
and rurally located industries 
to speed the process. 


Greater Credit Sought 


For those who stay, he called 
for “educational assistance 
and adequate credit,” includ- 
ing more county agents to cut 
their work load. 

Support for more public 
credit for low-income farmers 
also came from Prof. John D. 
Black of Harvard University. 
This credit, he said should be 
used by farmers to buy up the 
acreage vacated by those mi- 
grating from rural areas 

Former Senator Frank P. 
Graham, in a statement read 
for him, asked Congress to 
extend collective bargaining 
protection and minimum wages 
and hours to agricultural work- 
ers. He also demanded penalties 
ers. He also demanded penal- 
ties for farmers and business- 
men who “knowingly” employ 
(or transport illegal aliens. 


——— a 


Would Curb 


Unions Under Trust Law 


ducts of labor,” the resolution 
said. “The major purpose of the 
Sherman Antitrust Act was to 
revent agreements and con- 
spiracies .which had for their 
objective either the fixing of 
prices or controlling the quan- 
tity and quality of production.” 

The resolution was one of 
several acted upon by the Wel- 
fare Committee, second in im- 


‘portance only to the Agricul 


ture Committee. Another meas- 
ure passed on for vote by the 
400 delegates included a re- 
quest for support of “expan- 
sion of the right-to-work laws.” 

The delegates re-elected Na- 
tional Master Herschel New- 
som to his fourth two-year term 
of office. 


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Maryland Guard Integration Set 


| BALTIMORE, Nov. 21 @ 
Maj. Gen. Milton A. Reckord, 
‘adjutant general of the Mary- 
land National Guard, today is- 

| sued orders to end racial segre- 

igation in all Maryland Guard 
units. 

' Gen. Reckord’s ‘action fol- 
lowed Gov. Theodore R. Me 
Keldin’s directive of yesterday, 
instructing him to _ initiate 
“without delay” steps necessary 
to desegregate. 

About 150 Negroes in two al! 


Negro transportation units in 
Baltimore will be affected im- 
mediately by the erder. The 
units are the only Negro com- 
ponents in the Maryland 
guard's 38 units. 

A group of Negro officers who 
formerly served in wnsegre- 
gated units in Korea had peti- 
tioned McKeldin, and had an- 
nounced plans to ask a Federal 
district court ruling against seg- 
regation, 


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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
18 Tuesday, November 22, 1958 


‘B ungling’ 
Abroad Hit 


By Harriman 


SEATTLE, Wash., Nov. 21 
Gov. Averell Harriman of New 
York, a Democratic Presiden- 


tial EN for 1956, said to- 
night the Ad- 
| mi nistration’s 
. foreign policy 
‘presents 
classic in 
e history 
. bungling.” | 
> Harriman! 
> accused the! 
Republicans of} 
conducting  a/ 
program of} 
foreign rela. 
Harriman tions based on| 
“ill - conceived experiments” 
and “flashy slogans.” | 
The result, he said, has been! 
“three years of incompetence) 
and short-sightedness” with 
“great gaps between official 
words and official actions.” 
Harriman addressed the 
state's top Democrats at a large 
Party rally and dinner. His 
arrival here followed a meeting 
of the Nation's top Democrats 
in Chicago last week, where | 
Harriman shared a_ speaker's | 
rostrum with Adlai E. Steven 
son, Sen. Estes Kefauver of| 
Tennessee, Democratic Presi-| 
dential hopefuls, and farmer 
President Harry Truman. 


Won't Discuss Candidates 


For the third time, Harriman 
repeated on his arrival that he 
is not now an “active candi 
date.” “I'm not here to discuss 
candidates.’ he said when 
asked if Adlai E. Stevenson had 
an inside track for the nomina 
tion | 

His attack on foreign affairs 
took particular aim at the Ad- 
ministration’s part in the Kor-' 
ean truce, the Summit -confer-' 
ence at Geneva and its slash. 
ing of Mr. Truman's Point-Four'! 
program to provide economic 
and technical assistance for 
Asia. 

Harriman charged that “na- 
tional policies are confused and 
uncertain” because “for a gener-' 
ation the Republican Party has 
been split on foreign policy.” 


Appeasement Cited 


“The Old Guard isolationists 
wrung from Mr. Eisenhower} 
basic compromises on foreign 
policy,”. he said. “First he ap- 
peased Sen. Robert Taft of 
Ohio. Then he tried to appease | 
Sen. Joseph McCarthy of Wis- 


consin, who redoubled his pub-| 


lic demonstrations of contempt. | 

“Then,” Harriman continued, 
“the President tried to appease 
Sen. William Knowland, who re-!| 
warded him by leading the op- | 
position against the foreign 
policies of the President.” | 

The result, Hariman said, has 
“been three years of incompe- | 
tence and short-sightedness,” 
starting with the “phony un: | 
leashing of Chiang Kai-shek” in| 
the Korean War and “irrespon | 
sible statements about massive 
retaliation.” 

Later, he said, the Adminis- 
tration failed to include in the | 
Korean truce “an iron-clad and | 
enforceable agreement “to pre-| 
vent Communist pressure in! 
Vietnam. “And sure enough, the! 
Chinese heavy artillery released | 
from Korea turned up in Indo 
china.” 


USIA to Seek 
Wider Scope 


% . . ” 
rT 
For Activities 
International News Service 

The United States Informa-| 
tion Agency is planning to re-| 
quest funds for a tremendous 
expansion of its world-wide in-| 
formation activities, largely as| 
a result of the failure of -Ge-| 
neva 
This was disclosed yesterday 
by USIA Director Theodore C 
Sireibert. who said his agency , 
would ask Co.gre-- for a “sub. 
stantial” increase in money for 
the next fiscal year. 

Streibert also remarked in- 
formally that if the Budget 
Bureau fails to approve his re-' 
quest,-he would carry his plea} 
for an expansion “directly to! 
the President.” 

Streibert implied that the) 
failure of Geneva was the chief | 
motivation in bacl of the ef- 
forts of his agency to expand 
its world-wide activities. He) 
made his observations in al 
broadcast for Mutual Broad- 
casting System's “Reporter's 
Roundup.” 

He indicated the agency 
would seek almost twice its 
current appropriation of $85 
million. | 


| 


Altitude Record Broken 
Reuters 
LONDON, Nov. 21—The In- 
ternational Aeronautical Fed- 
eration today confirmed that a 
new world altitude record was 
set by an English Canberra 
turbo-jet bomber last August of 
65.P00 feet. It was made by 
Wing Commander Walter Gibb 
and beat his previous record 
with a similar plane in May, 
1953, of 63,668 feet. 


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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES a 


Tuesday, November 22, 1955 


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your sense of true values guide you this Thanksgiving when you select that most important of all 
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Mayor Raps 
CIA Snub of 


‘Alexandria 


Herbert Hoover was sug 
gested yesterday as a head um- 
pire to settle the squabble over 
where to locate the Central In- 
telligence Agency's $46 million 
building. 

The suggestion came from 
Alexandria Mayor Leroy S., 
Bendheim in a critical letter 
to CIA Director Allen W. 
Dulles. Bendheim suggested the 
former President, “an eminent 
\engineer,” should head a com- 
\mittee to decide. 

Bendheim, who wants CIA to 
Settle on the Winkler Tract off 
‘Shirley Highway in his city, 
condemned a CIA consultant's 
report recomménding Langley 
in Fairfax County. 

The Clarke-Rapuano reéport, 


a he said, “is incomplete, self-con- 
= itradictory and weak.” 


| Bendheim contended the re- 
/port, which said the Winkler 
jtract is unsuitable, had these 
failings: 

| © It did not mention soil and 
foundation conditions which 
iseems “elementary” in select- 
ling a site 


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‘\ =, + Fan ne comparing existing public 
\transportation facilities for the 
two sites. 
© The report did not note 
| that “several modern four-lane 
‘ Z a OL \highways” now serve or pro- 
Swanson turkeys are J A i a ee ivide access to the Winkler 
i leaned. Cg ER en property. 
beautifully cle We bs i aici i ies oe | © The report did not state 
All pin feathers are m ave 8 Probes, os he 'that a CIA building at Winkler 
YOUNG TOMS a fine selection .of of ;could be more than one-sixth 
gently removed, 3 be . mile gee ogy bomen wt 
¥ highway an above Shirley 
leaving the skin ( ) | @ Fresh-Killed , highway. The report said 
. 17 ibs. and up ’ 3 | |\Winkler was undesirable be- 
smooth .and firm, Turkeys icause the site lay below Shir. 


iley highway. 
Beltsville Turkeys 


with no torn spots. ®* At one point the report 
recommends “immediate im- 


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oe ey os. 3) provement” to Chain Bridge 
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| SEOUL, Nov. 22 (Tuesday) 
( Five South Korean National 
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Greene. 

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mey III failed to prove radar 
warning signs are posted at 
Virginia’s borders and that the 
arresting state trooper was in 
uniform, . 

Greene, 52, had noted an ap- 
peal in Hanover trial justice 
court on M.. 19 when he was 
fined five dollars on a charge of 
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THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERALD 
oe Tuesday, November 22, 1955 91 


Big Drop Noted 


usos In Traffic Cases 


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Ten thousand fewer traffic’ 
cases were tried in Municipal | 
Court last year because of the 
work of the Ceritral Violations 


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day. 
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é' Leonard P. Walsh, in his annual 
. report to Attorney General Her- 
: -* bert Brownell, credited the Bu- 
reau with cutting traffic cases, 
filed for trial from more than 
' '26,000 in fiscal 1953-54 to 16,608) 
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last year to continue reduction kidnaping charges against 
of the backlog of civil cases the man, Gary Pounds, also 
ready for trial of McDonald. 
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trial waiting time for civil jury 
cases had been reduced from business, Judge Walsh reported 
six months to six weeks and that since 1945-46 
for civil nonjury cases from’ ®A total of 1,514,206 crimi- 
four months to one month nal cases were filed, the number 
Trial calendars, Judge Walsh increasing from 108,071 in 1945- 
| said, have been maintained on 46 to 174,366 last year 
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| during the past two years; the'demands in civil cases de- 
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‘cases are placed on the Ready 11,489 were disposed of. De- 
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1955 PAGE 22 


Everybod y In 


Unless the United States modifies its position on 
the admission of Outer Mongolia to the United Na- 
tions, there is a fair chance that this country will 
find itself blamed for the failure to resolve the 
membership impasse. Already the Communists are 
at work in Italy trying to persuade the. people that 
if Italian membership in the U. N. is frustrated by 
a Russian veto, it will be the fault of the United 
States. 

On grounds of logic this is nonsense. Italy and 
11 of the 12 other free world nations applying for 
membership have been blocked by a long succes- 
sion of Soviet vetoes. It is the Soviet refusal to 
consider applications on their merits that has made 
a horse-trade necessary. The United States has 
made it plain that it will not veto Outer Monogolia’s 
application; it will merely abstain on this issue as 
in the case of the four other Communist satellites 
which are included in the “package.” 

But Ambassador Lodge has complicated matters 
by adding that he doubts whether Outer Mongolia 
can obtain the necessary seven votes within the 
Security Council to admit her to membership. 
This has aroused the Russian hackles, and the 
Soviet attitude reportedly is that if Outer Mongolia 
is not admitted there will be no deal. Clearly it is 
within the capacity of the United States to help 
muster an affirmative vote if Mr. Lodge wishes to 
do so. The failure of this country to use its in- 
fluence to break the deadlock could easily transfer 
the blame from the Soviet Union to the United 
States. 

The question ig whether the issue is worth the 
risk. No very important principle is at stake; the 
United States, having signified its willingness to 
swallow four camels in the form of Albania, 
Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania, now seems to be 
balking at a gnat. Communist vassal though it 
may now be, Outer Mongolia has some history of 
independence under such rulers as the fearsome 
Kublai Khan, and it has at least as many attributes 
of separate nationhood as several present U. N. 
members. 

The 13 non-Communist countries to be admitted 
in the “package” deal would more than offset the 
five satellites. Many of the free world nations 
whose applications are included in the package 
have been waiting a long time, and membership 
for them has great practical and psychological im- 
portance. With an agreement seemingly so near at 
hand, it would be doubly a pity to have the hopes 
of a more representative U. N. smashed by mere 
negativism on the part of the United States. 


The View From CIA 


To no one’s surprise, the planning firm hired 
by the Central Intelligence Agency has recom- 
mended the site CIA has favored all along for its 
new building. The reasoning employed by the 
consultants in stating their preference for the pro- 
posed site at Langley, Va., over the Winkler tract 
in Alexandria, however, makes some highly unusual 
reading. We suggest that it also ought to produce 
some sharp questioning in both the Administration 
and Congress. Say the consultants: 

In the case of the Winkler site we found that it 
meets most of the established criteria. But there 
are other considerations that cause us to recom- 
mend against the Winkler tract. The chief con- 
sideration has to do with the physical character 
of the site itself. In our considered judgment 
the lands of the Winkler tract are too low in 
relation to the Shirley Highway and to the sur- 
rounding areas. We could not possibly recommend 
this site for one of the Nation’s most tmportant 
enterprises in these critical times in the history 
of the world (italics ours). 

Before the location is settled, someone ought to 
demonstrate just what relationghip there is, if any, 
between the relative elevation of the Winkler site 
and the importance of the CIA or the urgency of 
the times. The closest anyone has come to giving 
a plausible explanation was the waggish suggestion 
at a meeting of the National Capital Planning 
Commission that motorists’ passing the Winkler 
tract might be able to gaze into CIA’s windows 
(and, we presume, to read supersecret documents 
by the use of telescopic windshields). Director 
Allen Dulles and the CIA will have to do a Tot 
better than this if they expect to sell the com- 
munity and Congress on the Langley site. CIA’s 
preference notwithstanding, the use of the Langley 
location for a major Federal employment center 
which would mean high density commercial and 
residential development would be a major violation 
of the comprehensive plan for the Washington area. 
In the absence of more compelling reasons than 
anyone has dreamed up so far, the Administration 
would be foolish to invite this fight. 


Vision of Tomorrow 


The vision of a limited-access Inner Loop sur- 
rounding downtown Washington, on which motorists 
could travel to their destinations a: the rate of 50 
miles an hour, is pleasant to contemplate even 
though its tealization may be 15 to 25 years away. 
The DeLeuw Cather planning firm and the High- 
way Department have apparently concluded that 
there is no other way to save the downtown area 
from progressive strangulation. We agree. In 
our opinion, the question fér discussion is not 
whether the proposed Inner Loop should be built 
but where it should be located and how it should 
be constructed. 

According to Highway Director Robertson's pre- 
view of the DeLeuw Cather plan, this belt line 
would be for the most part depressed below 
present street levels to avoid intersections. Un- 
doubtedly, many buildings would have to be razed 
to make way for it, and the cost is estimated at 
$272 million. In dealing with a project of this 
sort, however, the boldest plan may well be the 
cheapest in the long run. 

The Inner Loop would be designed to serve 
Washington for the indefinite future. One has 
only to multiply the vast savings in time and money 
that would result from such a traffic artery to see 
that it would be an economy for the city as a whole. 
It is also highly probable that the sooner the loop 
is undertaken, the less it will cost because of rising 
property values. In order. to attain its maximum 
value, the Inner Loop. will also have to be con- 
Bected with throughways leading to and from the 


city. How long will it be before the city has a 
modern traffic pattern with circumferential express- 
ways and radial connections that will be adequate 
for the indefinite future? 


Buttering Up Peron 


Was the United States misled about the immi- 
nence of the ouster of the Peron government in 
Argentina? There has been some muffled criticism 
of Ambassador Albert Nufer for being too chummy 
with the Peron dictatorship and for failing to alert 
the State Department to the-likelihood that it would 
be overthrown. In fairness to Ambassador Nufer, 
it must be said that this is an easy charge to make 
and a hard one to substantiate. There had been 
several false starts on the revolution that finally 
succeeded in September. Those who read Mr. 
Nufer’s reports at the time say tliat he took full 
account of the anti-Péron movement. Perhaps it 
was not reasonably possible to predict that when 
Peron fell his cabal would collapse like a punctured 
balloon. 

Some of the criticism of Mr. Nufer derives from 
his alleged role in persuading Dr. Milton Eisen- 
hower in 1953 that it was feasible to get along with 
Peron. Ideally, of course, an ambassador both 
reflects official policy and helps to make it through 
his reports. It is extraordinarily difficult to steer 
a correct and detached course when dealing with 
dictators such as Peron. Too open an expression 
of disapproval can be construed as intervention 
and used for the dictator’s benefit. It can be 
pretty well demonstrated that some American poli- 
cies after Peron came to power were used by him 
to build anti-American sentiment and solidify his 
hold. However satisfying such vigorous condemna- 
tion may be, it is a questionable luxury in terms 
of practical results. 

By contrast, several of the ambassadors who pre- 
ceded Mr. Nufer seemed to fawn over Peron; and 
American policy veered so far in the direction of 
conciliating him that at one point it included a 
$125-million loan. In the wake of this experience, 
Mr. Nufer had a tough job of attempting to infiu- 
ence Peron without being hand-in-glove with him. 
Argentina did cease some of her attempts at ex- 
ternal subversion in Latin America and did vote 
with the United States in the United Nations. But 
was American policy, as expressed through Mr. 
Nufer, emphatic enough in protesting the suppres- 
sions of liberty, and did it reflect Peron’s mistaken 
view of the extent of the dissatisfaction? 

These questions are pertinent because of the 
impending visit to Buenos Aires of Assistant Secre- 
tary of State Holland and President Waugh of the 
Export-Import Bank. These gentlemen will be 
talking with the new Aramburu government which 
replaced the junta of General Lonardi. They will 
have a delicate job in making clear the importance 
the United States places on the restoration of civil 
liberties and the return of La Prensa to its rightful 
owners without seeming to bribe the new govern- 
ment or to embrace it before its character is 
established. 

Meanwhile, a statement in Buenos Aires last 
March by Secretary of the Navy Thomas ought to 
serve as a constant reminder to those who are 
tempted to butter up dictators. Mr. Thomas was 
awarded the Grand Cross of Merit, Argentina's 
highest naval decoration, by the Peron government. 
Mr. Thomas’ response, as quoted by Herbert L. 
Matthews of the New York Times over ABC tele- 
vision on Sunday, included this unbelievable tribute 
to Peron: 


Now, when those liberties for which your great 
liberator; General San Martin, fought with such 
glorious distinction, steadfastness and valor— 
now, when those liberties are threatened by 
international communism, it is a fine thing, 
indeed, that Argentina under your inspiring 
leadership, Mr. President, . continues. in the 
splendid traditions of General San Martin. Ad- 
miral Brown and George Washington, and in so 
doing stand(s) firmly in the ranks of the nations 
of the free world and contribute(s) so impor- 
tantly to its defense. 

This come close to the ultimate in fatuity. By what 

conceivable lapse was Mr. Thomas permitted to 


say it? 


Atoms for Asia 


The American .proposal for an atomic reactor 
center in South Asia is one of the imaginative 
byproducts of President Eisenhower's atoms-for- 
peace program. This important proposal was put 
forward by the director of the International Co- 
operation Administration, John B. Hollister, at a 
meeting of the Colombo Plan nations last month 
in Singapore. It has attracted considerable favor- 
able attention in Asia as an indication of American 
leadership in sharing knowledge of the atom with 
underdeveloped countries. 

The plan is to establish. in one of the Colombo 
countries a center for nuclear research and train- 
ing in which all the Colombo countries would be 
represented. The United States has offered to 
supply funds for training Asian students and for 
laboratory facilities and equipment. It also would 
contribute a reactor suitable for research and train- 
ing. But the center would be, as Mr. Hollister said, 
“established for students of the region, staffed 
largely by scientists from the region, supervised 
by administrators from the region and supported 
by governments of the region.” The principal 
objective of the center would be to train a corps 
of atomic scientists and engineers who would then 
be able to provide atomic leadership in their own 
countries. , 

Preliminary discussions of the feasibility of the 
project have been encouraging, but much work 
remains to be done. As Mr. Hollister said, the 
burden of setting up the center and carrying it 
forward rests with the Asian members of the 
Colombo Plan. In thus placing the responsibility 
on the countries that -would enjoy the fruits of the 
effort, the United States has followed a strategy 
similar to that employed when the Marshall Plan 
was under discussion. Only limited results could 
be expected if the United States made all the 
decisions and assumed all the responsibilities. Be- 
cause the atom offers so much hope to Asians, they 
may be expected to follow through promptly on the 


American suggestion. The Colombo agreement is . 


the ideal instrumentality through which a weekenle 
plan can be developed. 


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Letters to 


Integrated Sports 


Bob Addie’s column of Nov. 
ll, paying’ tribute to the suc- 
cessful inauguration of inte- 
grated sports in the D. C, public 
schools, is worthy of commenda- 
tion. More than any other fac- 
tor it is in the field of competi- 
tive sports that American youth 
learns the true spirit of Ameri- 
ca. Millions of people on Satur- 
days and Sundays as spectators 
of major college or professional 
football, learn vicariously the 
lessons of tolerance and fair 
play. Every Big Ten team and 
the majority of smaller colleges 
inthe Nerth have on their foot- 
ball rosters from one to a half 
dozen Negro stars 

50 important have athietics 
become on the world scene, 
some countries in Asia, and es 
pecially Russia, spend millions 
of dollars trying to develop 
athletes whose victories might 
add to their national prestige. 


The victory of the five Negro 
boxers added to the score in the 
1952 Olympics that enabled our 
country to top the unofficial 
point score piled up by the Rus- 
sian contingent. 

Sports philosophers seck a 
reason for the predominance of 
Negro athletes in Olympic track 
and field. Since 1936, Negro ath- 
letes have won and scored 
places in all the flat races up 
to the 1500 meters. Beginning 
with 1936, a Negro sprinter won 
the 60-yard indoor champion- 
ship for 16 consecutive years. 

We predict when the high 
schools and colleges of the 
South begin to engage all the 
potential athletes in the South 
on an integrated sports basis, 
America will be able to con- 
tinue its supremacy in Olympie 
competition. Is the Negro Amer- 
ica’s Spartan race? 

E. B. HENDERSON. 

Arlington. 


A rlington’s Future 


Arlington's commuters have 
scored a decisive election vic- 
tory. This could lead to a for- 
ward-looking program for gen- 
eral county activities, compara- 
ble with that of our schools. 
But there is need for attention 
to what your editorial of Nov. 
4 aptly termed our “congealed” 
palitics and “exclusive” govern- 
ment. 

The research necessary to 
allow officials and citizens to 
understand the county’s most 
important problems is already 
well under way. But there must 
be a reckoning ‘with the iron 
curtain which divides the civ- 
icly and politically active por- 
tion of the citizenry. 

On one side of that “curtain” 
are those who consider local 
problems (usually in the day- 
time) in Chamber of Commerce 
circles, from which commuters 
are automatically barred, or in 
Arlington service clubs, to 
which commuters rarely be- 
long. On the other side are the 
commuters whose ideas on to- 
cal problems take shape (usu- 
ally in the evenings) in local 
neighborhood associations or 
P.T.A.s. or the County Civic 
Federation. ; 

Interchange of ideas across 
group lines is all but prevented. 
The result is that differences 
in approach associated with dif- 
ferences in everyday work ex- 
perience, which might other- 
wise enrich the discussion of 
local issues, leads instead to 
mutual fear and hostility. 

The dichotomy is rooted in 
hard economic and geographic 
facts. We cannot expect to “cor- 
rect” it to an appreciable ex- 
tent. Ways must be devised to 
get concerted action in spite of 
it. For example, the county 
board, before making major 
decisions on important im- 
provement and revenue meas- 
ures, should strive for a prior 
consensus through joint de- 
liberations of citizens adequate- 
ly representative of both sides. 

Generous employment of citi- 
zen advisory committees is in- 
dicated. They should be pro- 
vided with ample information 
and professional assistance. It 
is especially important that 
they be drawn in about equal 
proportions from the commuter 
and the local business-profes- 
sional segments; also that suf- 
ficient time and facilities be 
allowed for Widespread discus- 
sion of the committee reports 
and the supporting information 
before the board is called upon 
for decisive action. 

The makeup of the school 
board must also be considered. 
The fact that the school board 
has come to be composed ex- 
clusively of commuters explains 
many of itg troubles during the 
past four years. Moreover, if 
the ideas set forth in the pre- 
ceding paragraph are to have 
full foree with the next county 
board (where noncommuters 
are still in the majority), com- 
muter politicians will probably 
have to accept the idea that the 
l business-professional and 


men would be considered for 
the two places to be filled in 
1957. If this were agreed upon 
well in advance, the energies 
of liberals concerned for good 
schools could be directed to- 
ward inducing the ablest, most 
progressive local business and 
professional men to offer them- 
selves as candidates. Perhaps 
the schools could thereby be 
kept in good hands without the 
ugly kind of campaign that has 
been waged in the last two elec- 
tions. 

The planning efforts of the 
late nonpartisans on the coun- 
ty board reached a high point 
in the publication “Arlington 
Looks Ahead.” If appropriate 
steps are taken to subdue fac- 
tional squabbles their succes- 
sors may be able to write 
“moves” for “looks.” 

LYLE C. BRYANT. 

Arlington. 


the Editor 


“Communism in Hawaii’ 


In your Nov. 17 issue ap- 
pears a letter signed by one 
E. A. Brenner relating to the 
status of Hawaii as to alleged 
“Communist influence” and as 
to statehood. As a resident of 
Hawaii, temporarily in this city, 
I feel that the misrepresenta- 
tion§ of Mr. Brenner need to 
be exposed. On one point, how- 
ever, he is correct, as any well- 
informed person knows. Hawaii 
is not now nor has it ever been 
Communist controlled, nor is 
Communist influence as power- 
ful there as it appears to be in 
a number of places on the main- 
land. 

Mr. Brenner errs, however, 
and with intention, when he 
attempts to foist the responsi- 
bility for this calumny upon 
the Republican Party. No one 
person-has been more active in 
thus smearing the good name 
of our territory than a certain 
Democrat, formerly governor of 
that territory. This work has 
been ably seconded by others 
of that party during this Ad- 
ministration and during those 
which preceded it. If Hawaii 
does not today enjoy the state- 
hood to which she is entitled 
she has Democratic politicians- 
in-office to thank for it. The 
record of statehood bills in the 
Senate for years past will tes- 
tify to that. 

This whole question of state- 
hood and communism as per- 
taining to Hawaii has provided 
a good many pleasant sub 
tropical vacations for members 
of Congress. It has also served 
as a vehicle for cheap publicity 
for some of them, and a screen 
to hide their true motives for 
others. We of Hawaii hope that 
someday our case will be tried 
on its merits before Congress, 
frée from partisan politics and 
questions of race prejudice. 

DONALD D. JOHNSON 

Washington. 


“Protecting Subordinates” 


also had knowledge of it (since 
he could not have approved it 
without knowing about it). 
“The interest of the subcom- 
mittee in the subject has been 
satisfied and we plan no further 


In your issue of Nov. 20, you 
carried a thoughtful editorial 
entitled “Protecting Subordi- 
nates”. in which you applauded 
Mr. Scott McLeod's “polite re- 
fusal to give the Senate Sub- 
committee on Constitutional 
Rights the names of persons 
who participated in the decision 
to recall the diplomatic pass- 
port of Judge William Clark in 
1953.” 

You made the further follow 
ing observation: “Political offi 
cials of the State Department 
or any other department cer- 
tainly should be accountabie 
for actions of the agency; it is 
wholly proper that they should 
be questioned. But in the ab- 
sence of a showing of individual 
misconduct on the part of sub- 
ordinate career employes who 
may have participated in policy 
decisions, these subordinates 
should not be hauled into polit. 
ical controversies.” 

During the hearings of the 
subcommittee on Nov. 17, 1955, 
Sen. Thomas Hennings made 
the following statement which 
was not generally reported by 
the press and which apparently 
escaped your attention: 

“At yesterday's hearings te 
chair announced that because 
of public interest as to the iden- 
tity of the State Department 
officials who made the decision. 
to seize Judge Clark’s passport, 
the subcommittee had submit- 
ted three questions to Scott 
McLeod which Mr. McLeod an- 
swered over the telephone. The 
questiofis and answers have al- 
ready been reported. by the 
press. 

“Some newspaper accounts 
have interpreted Mr. McLeod's 


primarily interested in learn- 
ing whether Secretary Dulles, 


inquiry in the matter. We are 
here essentially concerned with 
principles—not individuals— 
and while the questions put to 
Mr. McLeod are relevant, they 
are subsidiary and collateral 
questions—not questions § fre- 
lating to the primary issues of 
these hearings. 

“We do not think that it is 
important to make public the 
names of State Department sub- 
ordinates who may have par- 
ticipated in discussions concern- 
img this subject. Also we have 
no. desire to intimidate or 
harass these Government em- 
ployes. 

“We therefore have concluded 

—while not necessarily accept- 
ing the determination of the 
State Department, as expressed 
by Mr. McLeod—that the. pur- 
poses of these hearings would 
not be well served by a diver- 
sion from our objectives at this 
time in a pursuit of the issues 
involved in the position as- 
sumed by the Department of 
State. ~- 
“In leaving the subject, how- 
ever, | wish to note for the 
record that the subcommittee 
does not necessarily accept Mr. 
McLeod's view concerning the 
propriety or legal obligation to 
answer more fully the questions 
submitted.” 


Sen. Hennings, as indi- ¢ 


cated by his statement, was at 
no time interested in the names 
of subordinate employes who 
acted in the lifting of Judge 
Clark’s passport—what he 
wanted to know was whether 
Secretary Dulles and/or other 
top-level State Department of- 
ficials had taken part in the de- 
cision. Mr. McLeod indicated 


Red Leaders Win~ | 


> 


Friendyin Asia 
By Marquis Childs 


men of communism, Premier Nikolai Bul- 
ganin and Nikita Khrushchev, First Sec 
retary of the Communist Party ef the 
Soviet Union, are here 
in India in the course of 
a concentrated swing 
through Asia. Nothing 
could more aptly illus 
trate the tremendous 
change that has taken 
place in Moscow than 
that the Soviet’s No. 1 
and No. 2 men—in which- 
ever order you care to 
rank them—should be 
out on the road working 
hard at winning friends and influencing 
peoples. 

Nor could anything demonstrate more 
clearly the challenge to the West than the 
Asian tour of Khrushchey and Bulganin. 


From India they go to Burma and Afghan- 


istan. 


A Communist offer of arms te Afghan- 


istan threatens td create the same situation 
that resulted from the deal between 
Czechoslovakia and Egypt. The long arm 
of Communist power and persuasion is 
thrust out beyond the Middle East inte 
this area of new states where the inher- 
itance of colonialism is still a dark shadow 
on the land. 

India and Burma are uncommitted, Their 
leaders have both said repeatedly that 
they do not want to become part of either 
of the two power blocs. But the effect of 
this visit on a people sensitive to every cur- 
rent of opinion and eager for approbation 
and for cooperation in equal partnership 
cannot be discounted. 

cos 

THE GOVERNMENT of India had 
hoped, this reporter has learned here, 
that President Eisenhower would visit 
India. The invitation from Prime Minister 
Jawaharlal Nehru was conveyed to the 
White House informally by Indian Ambas- 
sador G. L. Mehta in Washington. This 
was prior to the President's fliness. 


Eisenhower aides explained that such a. 


visit would scarcely be possible. The Presi- 
dent is, after all, under the Constitution 
the head of state and he cannot leave the 
country except for short periods of time, 
as he did in July during the summit con- 
ference at Geneva, when Congress is not 
in session. 

This word was received here with gen- 
uine disappointment. Respect for the 
President has increased immeasurably 
since the Geneva conference of last sum- 
mer and it had been Nehru's sincere wish 
that- he come -even though. the visit, of 
necessity, would have been brief. 

The current mission of Khrushchev and 
Bulganin must be put in the perspective 
of Indian attitudes, Iidian hopes and 
fears, the almost-abnormal sensitivity of 
a people who have been independent for 
less than 10 years with their independence 
trembling in the balance of internal dis 
order and economie dislocation. While 
the need for economie aid is great, with 


the secofid five-year plan for development 


of dams, irrigation projects and industry 
putting an almost intolerable strain on 
the economy, it may be that the symbol 
of the Soviet visit is more important. It 
is such a flattering tribute to Indian pride 
that the Russians should have returned 
so quickly the visit that Nehru made to 
Moscow in May. 

Sooner or later during their scheduled 
stay of 17 days the Russians are almost 
certain to hold out the promise of assist- 
ance in one form or other. The combina- 
tion of the visit and the proffer of help 
will have an immense influence. It comes 
at a time when some of the most Influential 
members of the Eisenhower Administra- 
tion are urging that American economie 
aid be scaled back on the eve of election 
promises to Balance the budget and cut 
taxes. 

ow 

IF WE, as Americans, will think back to 

our own early past immediately after our 


revolutionary struggle for freedom, we > 


ean get some idea of the impact of this 
visit. We were a young, struggling peo- 
ple, menaced from various quarters, deep- 
ly resentful of adverse criticism and 
almost pathetically anxious for flattery 
arid’ approval. ~ Distinguished foreigners 
who came to our shores and said kind 
things we took to our bosom. 

Imagine if in that stage of our develop- 
ment, Napoleon, let us say, had come to 
America at the height of his power to tell 
us that we were a great people with & 
great future and that France wanted toe 
do everything in her power to help us, 


This analogy May not be altogether apt. . 


India had a long and fabulous history 
prior to the colonial era. But it may nev- 
ertheless be illustrative. 


No ostrichism should conceal what it .. 


means for the free world. It is well put 
in an editorial In the current London 
Economist: 

“What the free societies of both the 
West and Asia now face is a challenge te 


mortal combat—no less mortal for notes M 


nonmilitary.” 
That is surely not an exaggeration. 


Oe Washington Host 
Times Gerald 


“The Washington 
is entitled eactustvetr to 
tches 


ted Preas is 


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One Form of Layoff Pay 


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he Shortage of Education: I 


@ NEXT WEEK some two 


educators and lay- 


ummit. They ‘“ppmann— 
been called together by 
Pre Eisenhower, who has 
had from Congress approval of 
conference and an appro- 
Priation to pay for it. 
The reason for the confer- 
ence is that education in this 


= country is in serious trouble, 


and big measures will be re 
quired to cure the trouble. 
It is the business, indeed it is 
the duty, of the White House 
Conference to report to the 
President, “making recom- 
mendations, in so far as pos- 
sible” for the “solution . . . 
of significant and pressing 
problems in the field of edu- 
cation.” 


THE AGENDA of the con- 
ference covers almost every 
aspect of education ffom cur- 
riculum to finance. This raises 
a@ general and over-riding ques- 
tion. It ig whether the con- 
ference will try to say a little 


® something about everything 


- or whether it will resolutely 


face up to the hard but es- 
sential task of making recom- 
mendations on the biggest 
roblems about which the 
ederal Government can do 
something. 


The leaders of this con- 


j ference will have missed the 


| 


bus—the bus provided for 
them by the President and 
Congress—if they scatter 
their energies over the whole 
enormous field of edu- 
cation. They will have made 
the old mistake of talking 
about so many things that 
few will remember that they 
have talked about anything. 


SUE te yQwe Few oR, Pye reo 


eR ete eT ee eens 


! oday and Tomorrow . . By Walter Lippassna! 


~~ 


They will have missed the 
bus, too, if instead of comin 
to a decision on the. practic 
noe y which concern the 
e Government 
immediately, are content 
to use the te House as 
the sounding. board for giv- 
ing more publicity to prob- 
lems which have already had 
immense publicity. 

It ig nearly two years since 
President Eisenhower asked 
Congress to approve this con- 
ference. The time has now 
come to form a policy and 
take a decision. What policy? 
A policy which sha the re- 
lation of the Federal Gov- 
ernment to the support of the 
schools. 


‘THERE IS A strange notion 
afioat in the land that to have 
a Federal policy on educa- 
tion is to have something new, 
something contrary to the 
American philosophy of gov- 
ernment. As a matter of fact, 
national grants in aid of edu- 
cation are as old as the Re- 
public. More exactly, they are 
older than the Republic in that 
the Northwest Ordinance of 
1785 contained an enormous 
national grant in aid of edu- 
cation. It provided that when 
the western lands had been 
surveyed “there shall be re- 
served the lot No. 16 of every 
township for the maintenance 
of public schools within said 
township.” The list of Fed- 
eral statutes providing aid for 
education is a long one. It 
includes the land grant col- 
leges, vocational training, vet- 
erans’ education, and aid to 
support schools in areas af- 
fected by Federal activities, 
such as defense plants. 

There is no new principle 
involved. ‘The question is 
whether Fedéral aid is neces- 
sary and, if it is, how Federal 
aid is to be given to the 
schools while avoiding Federal 
control and Federal domina- 
tion of the schools. 


THERE IS A grave shortage 
in American education, of 
which the outward signs are 
overcrowded school rooms, 
part-time schooling and over- 
worked teachers. The basic 
fact is that our population is 


most. colleges. are expected to do 


very rapidly, that 
more and more young people 
are going to school and col- 
lege, that the schools and 


more and more for them. 
In a word, the demand for 
education has been growing. 
There are not enough school 
rooms and there are not 
enough teachers to meet this 
demand. This is the educa- 
tional shortage which the 
White House Conference is 
called upon to deal with. 


THE SHORTAGE of class 
rooms is quite evidently a 
problem of money. The class 
rooms can be built if the 
money is provided. The ques- 
tion is whether each state 
separately can raise the 
money that it needs, or wheth- 
er Federal money should be 
appropriated. This is the most 
important question before the 
White House Conference, and 
the country has a right to 
expect a clear answer. 


The shortage of teachers is, 
on the other hand, only in 
part a question of money. It 
has been demonstrated, as we 
shall see in my next article, 
that it is not even theoretical- 
ly ble to find enough 
teachers to meet the demand, 
and that a reorganization of 
the teaching system will have 
to be undertaken. But the 
shortage of teachers cannot in 
any case be met unless there 
is a marked improvement in 
teachers’ salaries. 


THERE IS NO reason why 
Federal money for school 
buildings should mean Fed- 
eral control of education, con- 
trol of what is taught, of how 
it is taught. In fact, Congress 
could and, it seems to me that 
Congress should, declare in 
appropriating money for Fed- 
eral aid that the money shall 
be used for the construction 
of schools, and that no Fed- 
eral official shal] give funds 
or withhold them in order to 
influence what is done in the 
schools when they are built. 
It would then be a Federal of- 
fense to use Federal aid to 
establish Federal control of 
the schools, 


(To be continued Thursday) 


—-——— 


IN THE UNITED States 
Court of Appeals for the Sixth 
Circuit, up came the appeal of 
William H. Timbers, general 
counsel for 
the Securities 
and Exchange §, 
C o mmission, = 
from a deci- 
sion of Fed- 
eral District = 
Judge Arthur | 
F. Lederle, ; 
holding ‘Tim- 
bers in con- 
“ihe 

case 
is tremen- Sokolsky 
dously important, because 
what Judge Lederle seems to 
have tried to establish was 
that no papers in the posses- 
sion of the Government of the 
United States could be with- 
held from a court. Were this 
a correct view, the Govern- 
ment of the United States 
could not function at all ex- 
cept in the headlines. 

The attorney for the plain- 
tiff, as one reads the record, 
was unwilling to go as far as 
the judge. I quote from the 
Appeals Court decision: 

“The trial judge did not con- 
cur in the attorney's sugges- 
tion. To the contrary, he 
stated that a situation was 
presented “where it appears 


‘These EPRYE «6 wr hi os 


The Judge Is Told Off 


* By George Sokolsky 


that the court is being handi- 
capped because an agency of 
the Executive Department 
places itself in a postion more 
impregnable than an opposing 
lawyer is’; that ‘the profession 
owes a duty to the administra- 
tion of justice to attempt to 
make it possible for lawyers 
to get information from execu- 
tive agencies without using a 
can opener’; and that he saw 
no reason why all the files of 
the SEC relating to the case 
should not be opened to the 
attorneys. The judge stated 
that as far as he was con- 
cerned, he was perfectly will- 
ing to do everything that he 
could to see that the Execu- 
tive Department does not 
handicap the court-.” 


WHATEVER decision came 
from this case could be lead- 
ing in matters affecting the 
FBI, the Immigration Service, 
the passport office,*the Treas- 
ury and other branches of the 
executive arm of the Govern- 
ment. It would mean that no 
department of Government 
could keep a raw file on hand 
on any subject without the 
peril of such an incomplete 
and unchecked file being sub- 
penaed in a case. 

The Government would be 
so hamstrung that it could not 


NEW YORK, Nov, 20 (#-—The 
National Association of Manu- 
facturers today approved a 
form of layoff pay. 

The Nam said the plan differs 
in two major respects from that 
agreed to by Ford and the CIO 


United Auto Workers. 
One is that the NAM plan is 


based on an individual fund for’! 


Collections in Israel 


Urged to Aid Refugees 


UNITED NATIONS, N. Y., 
Nov. 21 #—Lebanon asked 
United Nations today to collect 
from Israel rental and other 
revenues from the assets of 
Arabs who fied Israeli territory 
and apply the money to relief 
funds for the refugees. 

Victor Khouri, Lebanese Am- 
bassador to the United States, 
told the U. N. Assembly Special 
Political Committee that a simi- 


sentative of the ref 8 
year was shelved by U.. 
He said he hoped the committee 


lar suggestion made by a ~— 
t 
N 


refugees. 


In Congress 


jearmarked for a 


Because 
the | State unemployment 


.|for a company contribution of 


each worker, whereas the: Ford 


The other is that Ford bene- 
fits would be paid only to work- 
ers eligible for State Unemploy- 
ment Compensation, whereas 


do with State payments. 

The NAM-type plan, already 
in use by two large glass manu- 
facturers, vides for an em- 
ployer~ individual savings 
account for each worker, to be 
drawn on in periods of sickness 
or layoff. The money would be 
rticular 
worker and would belong to 
him if he left the company. 

it is divorced from 
ts 
and is not a pooled the 
NAM said, “If a laidoff em- 
ploye uses his plan to stay out 


sary, he will be using money he 
= ise could keep for him- 
self.” 

Ps plan is in effect between 
Workers (CIO) and the Pitts 
burgh Plate Glass and 
Owens-Ford companies. It 


5 cents an hour for each em- 
ploye, as does the Ford plan. 


Fecital of the judge’s 


plan provides for a pooled’ fund. | 


the NAM plan has nothing to! 


of work longer than is neces-| 


United Glass and Ceramic} 


“About our ‘Thanksgiving dinner, Roscoe ... Do you 
want turkey and all the trimmings? ... Or something 
we can eat in front of the television?” 


COUNCIL—From P. I 


$11 Million D. C. Tax 


Program Recommended 


top-level advisers also paren- 
thetically threw a brand new 
idea into the revenue program 
debate. 

They asked the Commisison- 
ers to give “consideration” to 
adopting the Virginia income 
tax rate of 5 per cent on all 
incomes above $5000. tually assure that Commission 

The District's top income tax a” will include ee | 

evenue pro ) 
rate is now only 4 per cent, | to Congress cantly noes = Aa 
and is levied only on incomes; hie package would net only 
over $15,000. No estimate was) $7,800,000 falling short of the 
given on the additional reve Lewd — = — 
nue which would be realized|=¢° new taxes alance 
from auch & move oT With Gn soomemninded oases 

Schuyler Lowe; Director of 


ings tax considered a political 
General Administration for the impossibility, the Commission- 
District, said such a rate was 


ers are expected to urge a va- 
much more stringent than any-/ riety of sales tax hikes to make 
thing being considered by the yp the difference. Almost cer- 
city at this time. tain is a reduction in the 50- 
Barring adoption of the Vir-|cent exemption on restaurant 
ginia rate, the Advisory Coun- | meals to produce about $900,000 


City fiscal experts have made 
no detailed computations on the| 
estimated yield of such a levy, 
but believe it would amount to 
about $3 million. 


’ 


work. Imagine what would 
have happened in the case of 
Al Capone if the Department 
of Justice had been forced to 
disclose its file before it was 
ready to bring the case. 

Fortunately the reviewing 
court hit Judge Lederle with 
the book. It said: 

“In our opinion, Judge Le- 
derle was not justified in pun- 
ishing for contempt the gen- 
eral counsel for the Securities 
and Exchange Commission for 
declining to produce the con- 
fidential intra-agency report of 
the Commission's investiga- 
tion, when the attorney stood 
upon his necessary obedience 
to the rule, special instructions 
a claim of privilege of the 


THEY CALLED attention to 
a Supreme Court decision, 
Boske V. Comingore, an FBI 
case, in which it was held: 

“When one considers the 
variety of information con- 


tained in the files of any Gov- 
ernment department and the 
possibilities of harm from un- 
restricted disclosure in court, 
the usefulness, indeed the ne- 
cessity, of centralizing deter- 
mination as to whether sudb- 
poenas duces tecum will be 
willingly obeyed or challenged 
is obvious.” 

The 6th District U. S. Court 
of Appeals decision further 
said: 

“In our view, the foregoing 
own 
words and actions demon- 
Strates that he abused all jus- 
tifiable discretion. An attorney 
is entitled to consideration of 
a claimed privilege not to dis- 

ose n..which . he. 
honestly regards as confiden- 
tial and should not stand in 
danger of imprisonment for 
asserting respectfully what he 
considers to be lawful rights. 
If the attorney's position, in 
the opinion of the trial court, 
is wrong to the point of con- 
tempt, he should be so ad- 
judged; but substantial justice 
would demand that he be giv- 
en the benefit of counsel and 
an opportunity for review by 
an appellate court before be- 
ing deprived of his libe 
with the resultant ignominy. 

This is a lesson to some 
judges who have forgotten the 
spirit of our law. 


atures Byadieate, ine) 


Features 


AIR CONDITIONED 
PENNSYLVANIA 
BUILDING 


13th & Pa. Ave., N.W. 


EFFICIENCY 
Among its well-known 
tenants are 


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Call Mr. Everet Scott at 


cil said local income tax regu- | annually. 
lations should be revised as | 
follows: | 

Reduce individual exemption 
to $100; $2000 for head of a fam- 
ily and $500 for each dependent. 
Tax rates of 2% per cent on first 
$5000 of taxable income, 3 per 
cent on next $500, 3% per cent 
In mext $5000, 4 per cent 


Two Mine Grou ps 
Given Injunction 


On Pay Order 


Advisory Counci] support of) 
| rom P. 
increased income, real estate, PADFORD—F 


beer, wine and liquor tax vir-| pal ability to explain or defend |ruthless 


on next $5000, 44% per cent on Associated Press 


next $5000, and 5 per cent on ip- 
come in excess of $25,000. 

The Advisory Council said 
District income taxes should be 
collected through payroll deduc- 
tions, and recommended with- 
holding under the new rates 
should begin Oct. 1, 1956. 

The new 5 per cent gross earn-, 
ings given first priority by the 
Advisory Council has been con 
sidered by the Commissioners 
but virtually discardéd because 
of political problems involved 
in getting it through Congress 

A straight .5 per cent earnings 
tax would net $6 million an- 
nually, city fiscal experts estl- 
mate. 

As proposed by the Advisory 
Council, however, a District 
resident would be allowed to de 


and Virginia coal mine opera- 
tors today obtained a prelimi- 


going into effect Friday. 


The order, issued by Secre- 
tary of Labor James P. Mitch- 
ell in October, would require 
nonunion producers to match 
approximately the union wage 
rates in mining coal produced 
for the Government. 

United States Judge Edward 
A. Tamm, in issuing theinjunc- 
tion, promised a speedy de- 
termination on the merits of 
the order’s legality at a future 
hearing for a permanent in- 
junction. 


duct the earnings tax he pays 
from his indicated income tax} Attornneys said the injunc- 
so the main burden of the earn | ita 
ings tax would fall on residents 

of nearby Maryland and Vir-|f 
ginia who work in the District. 


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THE WASHINGTON. POST end TIMES HERALD 
| Tuasday, November 22, 1955 23 


Welker’s Welkin Rings 


. cause 
coach, at 


four members of the 
Sen. Her- 

man Welker of § 
Idaho are hav- | 
ing to scram- & 
ble madly s&s 
about the Cap- © 
itol to retrieve oF 
their corre-@ 
spondence. It 
is being deliv- 
ered .to four 
non-Welkerish 
Senators. 

The reason 
for this is that all four of the 
Idaho solon’s top assistants 
have the same last name as 
four of their boss’ colle s. 

George W. Green, Welker’s 
administrative assistant, is for- 
ever getting his mail lost to 
Sen. Theodore Francis Green 
of Rhode Isiand; Jessie J. 
Langer, secretary, is losing her 
letters to Sen. William “Wild 
Bill” Langer of North Dakota; 
James Hayden, the press sec- 
retary, has to recover his mail 
from Sen. Carl Hayden of 
Arizona, and Frank Kennedy, 
the assistant secretary, has to 
replevin his letters from Sen. 
John F. Kennedy of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Welker’s Green receives the 
most mail of the quartet be- 


[Washington Seene . . . «ny ceorge Dison 


he. used to be basketball. 
the University of 

and is still a big figure 
in alumni athletic circles. He 
now advises the Senator how 
to score without incurring a 
sama § The former coach is 
rom Moscow, but he keeps 
this from being a source of em- 
barrassment to his Red-hating 
employer by always adding 
that it’s Moscow, Idaho. 


MRS. LANGER is from 
Hailey, Ida. She prepped for 
her present job by work- 
ing for Charles Irelan when he 
was United States Attorney 
here. Hayden hails from Pay- 
ette, Ida. where he started 
out to be a doctor and wound 
up a newspaperman. The news- 
paperman he wound up is un- 
fortunately himself. 

Kennedy is from Welser, 
Ida., and used to be sheriff 
of Payette County at the time 
Sen. Welker was prosecut- 
ing attorney. Kennedy has just 
returned from a six-weeks 
hunting trip with a load of 
venison. Asked how much 
venison he had, he replied he 
would have to look up the 
game laws. 

Oh, yes—not one of Welk- 
er’s helpers is any kin to his 
or her senatorial namesake, 
proving once again that life al- 
ways has some compensations. 


REP...Brooks Hays of -Am 
kansas went to Atlanta, G 
the other day for a pre-Thanks- 
giving reunion with his daugh- 
ter, Mrs. William E. Bell. It 
turned out to be yoo a family 
gathering. His daughter, the 
former Betty Brooks Hays, 
and her husband, a U. S. Pub- 
lic Health official, were there; 
likewise their Tyearold 
daughter, Quinn, and the son- 
indaw’s father, Roy E. Bell, in- 
surance execttive, of Little 
Rock, Ark. 

The elder Bell has a hobby; 
he's an amateur cabinetmaker. 
He asked his granddaughter 
what she longed for most at 
Thanksgiving, and the child, 
who had been well coached, re- 
plied that she wanted nothing 
in the whole wide, wide world 
as much as a little chair of her 
very, very own, made by her 
dear dear grandfather. 

Thus encouraged, the pater- 
nal grandfather went to work. 
When he presented it to young 
Quinn she put on a superia- 
tively convincing show of ec- 
stasy. 

“Oh, I'm a very, very lucky 
little girl!” she rhapsodized. 
“T have one grandfather who's 
smart and one who's a Con 
gressman!” 


(Copsright. 1985. King 
Peatures Syndicate, Inc.) 


’ 


U. S. Unveils 


completely what liberty is and 


‘Militant Liberty’ Concept 


degenerate 
of 


talism will 
exploitation 


group by another. 


thereby have forfeited the field | phasize this difference. 


to the Communists. The mili- | 


tant part of the concept con- 
cerns the spirit of the individ- 
ual in positively proclaiming 
and explaining these truths of 
liberty.” 


ognizes that such 


racy,” and “dignity of man | 
have little meaning in many) 


parts of the world, and thatiforth “10 basic freedoms* and)" 


communism has prostituted|«19 basic responsibilities” of within 3 | 
A scoring |S!0us, political, military, social 
is outlined enabling and education categories; ex- 


them. 
“Militant Liberty,” therefore, 


“Militant Liberty” goes on this begins. .. 


one 
Western 
ideology, therefore, should em- 


As Weapon in Battle for Men’s Minds 


J iscience,” democracy and capi-|individuals in particular, must 
into’ work in the very areas in which 
we have discovered weakness 


to pull the Free World nations 


to a position of strength. Once 


it is the free 


from there to set up a detailed|people who will provide the 
method of evaluating the sys! wave of the future.” 


tems of civics, economics, edu- 
cation, religion, social relation- 
ships, and the police and mili- 
The Pentagon program TeC-itary of a nation, to determine 
terms @S\how they contribute to, or de- 
“freedom,” “liberty,” “democ|tract ¢rom, freedom or authori- 


tarianism. 


Charts and diagrams 


citizens as goals. 
system 


The -pamphiet stresses that 
‘Individuals who believe in 


freedom” should be able to talk 
|articulately on these key points: 
the 
|\Communist 
set ideology; explanation of liberty 


contrast between 
and Free World 


basic 


terms of basic problems 
economic, civil reli- 


seeks to reduce the East-West|school groups or anyone inter-|P/4mation of the rights, privi- 


struggle to basic terms as itiested to make an instructive /¢s°s 


and responsibilities or 


affects the individual. Commu-|game of evaluating how any !!berty and what they mean to 
nism, it says, is based on ‘the| country in the world is oriented |‘¢ ‘individual ‘and to the na- 
today toward the free world|“0". 


“suppression of the individual 
conscience and imposition of 


of communism. 


There is al 


The basic concept of the pro- 


the ‘class conscience’ or ‘COM-'sample score for the United'gram originated with John C, 


’' 


science of the masses. 

“The Communist,” the pam- 
oe states, “is taught he can 
i 


States and Russia. 


Broger, president of the Far 


“In any given nation,” it is|East Broadcasting Co., a non. 


explained, 


“the presence or profit organization which beams 


e, cheat, steal, murder, and absence of liberty, the barriers'programs into Asia from sta- 


iserve party interests.” 


ceptance of high standards of 


“sensitive, individual con- 


tion would apply only to the 
plaintiff producers, and Mitch- 
ell’s order would go into effect 
as scheduled Friday for the 
rest of the soft coal industry. 

The plaintiffs obtaining the 
injunction were the Central 
Pennsylvania Open Pit Mining 
Association, composed of 67 
producers, and a group of 487 
small southwest Virginia mine 
operators. 


——— 


Hem or Planked Swordfish 


Two groups of Pennsylvania'that these things are not only\of prejudice and injustice, can|tions in the Philippines and 
‘legal but moral as long as they|be compared and exposed in|Formosa. Admiral Radford met 


these six segments of national|Broger late in 1950 in Honolulu 
Free people, on the otherilife which enable Communist/and encouraged him to develop 


“Nations presently in 
geographic Free World, 


nary injunction blocking a La-|hand, “believe in the sensitive,|agents to work so effectively |his ideas. The Admiral brought 
bor Department minimum wage/conscientious actions of the in-), ,, 


\Broger to the Pentagon as a 
order for soft coal mines from/ dividual.” Without a wide ac-| 


the JCS consultant 18 months ago 
and to work up the pian. 


wo 


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| THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
24 Tuesday, November 22, 1955 


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Horne Decision 
‘Could Apply to 
Many Cases 


FEDERAL AGENCY heads 
have broad authority to abolish 
jobs, to lay off employes, and 
to reassign workers to other 


In fact, the authority appears 
to be a lot wider than many em- 
ployes realize. It was spelled 
out by the Civil Service Com- 
mission in denying the appeal 
of Dr. Frank 5S. Horne of the 
Housing & Home Finance 
Agency. Horne appealed a re- 
assignment to another job re- 
sulting from a reduction in 


force. 
The decision in the 


a2 
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+ ee: 


CTH 
: 

& 
tHE 


poses. This is a perfectly proper 
exercise of management respon- 
sibilities. 


“No career civil servant has a 


ble interference with 
management responsibility to 
give a particular civil servant a 
lifetime claim te a specific job 


end CS law and regulations) 


give no employe such a right. 
“Personnel laws and regula- 
tions require only that dis- 


i 


Times 


x tiie 


ity 


AREA NEWS 
PICTURE PAGE 
OBITUARIES 


Life 


TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1955 


charges, demotions, suspen- 
sions, and, in the case of veter- 
ans, furloughs and reductions in 
rank and compensation, be for 


i 


By Dougias Chevalier. Staff Photographer 
Little Linda Davis, a first grader at the Thomson School, shows her new report card. 


such cause as promotes the ef- 
ficiency of the service. They do 
not cement an employe to a 
particular position.” 


NAVY, like other agericies. 
has suggested to its officials that 
be liberal in granting an- 

n leave to employes on Fri- 
day, the day after Thanksgiving. 
However, many employes at its! 
Gun Factory here are being de 
nied leave for that day. Some of 


Parents’ Opinions Asked 


New D. C. Report Cards Go|: 
Home Minus A, B, C Marks 


Washington’s 67,000 ,grade|doing in comparison with the|up a new storm of parent op: McKeldin Favors 


school pupils took home a new rest of his class. 


A, B, C-style report card yester- 


But school administrators 


—.- 


Roads Engineer 
Had Resigned 

After Being Linked 
To Land Deals 


Seven witnesses were sum- 
moned yesterday by the 
Montgomery County grand 
jury investigating the activ- 
ities of Ben Du Pre, who re- 
signed under fire last July 
as assistant right-of-way engi- 
neer for the Maryland Roads 
Commission. 

Among them was Francis D. 
Alexander, a star witness at 
the July 21-22 personnel hear- 


ings in Baltimore during which 
Du Pre resigned. 
Alexander testified then that 


while he was associated with 
John Basiliko in 1952 and 1953 


Staff Photo 


This is the keyboard proposed for Government typewriters. 


‘Now Is the Time...’ 


he often saw Du Pre leave maps 
with Basiliko’s brother, Gus. 


Alexander said Gus once told 
him that Du Pre knew the 
exact route of the new Wash- 
ington National Pike in Mont- 
gomery County and was passing 
this information along on a 
profit-sharing basis. | 

Du Pre participated in state) 
buying of land for the Pike! 
which is also new Route 240.| The Government is planning 
He resigned after he was linked'a four-month test that could 
to Gus Basiliko in deeds on four|change the typing habits of all 
lots in Prince Georges County. | its typists, the General Services 

Other witaesses summoned|Administration announced yes- 
included Assistant Attorney/|terday. 

General Joseph B. Buscher,; the test will 
chief SRC legal officer; Leroy| whether 300,000 Government 
C. Moser, chief right-of-way en-|\typewriters will be changed to 
gineer; Walter Blackmer, a'g new “simplified keyboard.” 
state roads right-of-way exam-| The old keyboard hasn't been 
iner; Sergt. Lioyd Whalen,|changed in 83 years, and advo- 
county police investigator;\cates of the new one claim it 
Robert J. Rosenfeld, who took|will boost the output of the 
part in one of the property| average typist by 35 per cent. 
along the new The new keyboard rearranges 
Pike, and Donald I. McKone, the letters most frequently used 
who sold a house in Kensington so they are closest to the fingers 
for $22,506, just about the time'which normally do the most 
| Du Pre took an option from the} work. 
‘new owners to Duy it for the) Twentyfour Gorernment typ 
eae for $26,500. ists will take part in the test, 
which will be directed by the 
'GSA, the Civil Service Commis- 


| ion and an outside consultant, 
Roads Department Rect Gone. director of 
BAUTIMORE, Nov. 21 (search at 


position, 
School officials have held off 


the supervisors there say that|day—without the A, B, Cs but sent along a word of warning | with the actual A, B, C grades'Goy, McKeldin said today he University. 


no more than 10 per cent of the’ 
employes will be allowed to! 
take annual leave on that day. 

G-GIRLS are invited to din-| 


with a bit.of advice for the! on this in a letter asking for a|until February to give time to|strongly favors two proposals 
| constructive analysis of the assure city-wide conformity in 


parents. 


The advice: Don't use the 4 B. C marking approach. 


ners and dances this weekend|alphabet markings as a yard-| 


at nearby military camps. Ev-' is the letter 
7 ry P stick of comparison to. hold copert is bet. Gmmigned Oa om 
“instrument of comparison” of 


oryaning free. Call Columbia’! 
5-0735 for details . . . OPEDA| 


over a youngster’s head for 


: 


Parents should keep in mind, 
concluded, that the 


has signed up 1700 new mem-|™eting out rewards and punish- one child with another and that 


bers in recent weeks. It's com- 
posed of Agriculture's profes- 
sional employes .. . FRANCI 
Zz. VEL , an able career em- 
ploye, has been promoted to 
personnel director at the Cus- 
toms Bureau. 


POSTAL POLICIES are caus 
Ing “deterioration of service, 
copfusion and dissatisfaction 
and disgust,” it was charged 
yesterday by Leo E. George, 

resident of the AFL's big un- 

nm of Postal Clerks. 
. George specifically accused 
Assistant Postmaster General 
Norman Abrams of a “callous- 
ness” which he said had been 
harmful both to employes and 
to the movement of mail. 

The AFL leader made a plea 
for approval of the Rhodes bill 
which would extend recogni- 
tion and bargaining rights to 
Federal employe unions. The 
enactment of the bill Into law 
was necessary, he said, to in- 
sure top morale among postal 
employes and to end employe 
grievances. ' 7 


Clarence T. Lundquist, a ca-| 
reer employe. has been pro- 
moted to deputy administration 
of Labor's Wage & Hour... 
William H. Barringer has been 
promoted to administrative offi- 
cer of ICC’s bureau of motor 
carriers, succeeding George A. 
Cc who retired recently... 
VA given superior accom- 
plishment awards, totaling $445, 


to Ruth Stone, Lyons and 


ard Summer of Navy's Bureau 
of Ships, has been given an out- 
job rating and a $300 
superior performance award... 
The Federal Conference on Em- 
oye Relations meets at 9 a. m.| 
at the Civil Service Com-| 

n. 


i) 
| 
. 


| 


May Involve Project Here 


Michigan Hunter Finds 
Army Blueprints in Ditech 


ments. 
Actually, the new A, B, C 


5 grades won't appear until Feb- 


provement” column for sub- 
jects and deportment. 


|most children are doing the best) in evaluating the A BC sys 


on children,” 
\ruary. The experimental four- Scrivener, 


page cards contained check tary education, explained in the 
marks only in the “needs im- letter. 


ward or avoiding punishment,/|ical, mental, emotional, and so- 
‘rather than to learn and to love |cial development; whether eval-| 


they can. 

“Parents often put pressure 
Miss Katherine 
irector of elemen- 


“Then the child is work- 


ing for something, either re- 


The changeover in the report to learn.” 


card stemmed from parental 


protests that the old system of|be rated A, B, C, D 
“out-|the basis of a city-wide stand-|er different grade or age levels) 
standing — _satisfactory—needs ard rather than against theirjrequire different reporting vy James. 49. of 3103 Alabama 
give aiown classmates. > 

fair idea of what Johnny wasicity-wide standard has stirred|ments for the report card. 


marking pupils with 


improvement” didn’t 


) 


On the new card, pupils will 
and U on 


Use of this 


of the Green Commission sath : oe ges he pe 
| 0 raining on 
iwhich would serap the present| tne : » el . 
\State Roads Commission and). i1 
bols, The alphabet - style card/repjace it with a Department) 
will be given a trial run forjof State —o and a specia 
) ar. policy board. | 
ge Aes sh the help of parents The Governor said he will 
SxIng pop introduce legislation to make 
the proposals effective at the 
February General Assembly. 


\using the new marking sym- 


ing during this period. 
l| When the group using the 
simplified keyboard reaches the 


| bers had on a conventional key- 
board, they will receive intensi- 
fied training to increase their 
proficiency. The group using 
standard typewriters then will 
also practice speed runs. 

In effect, they will “race” 
each other. The results will be 
studied to determine whether 


tem, the letter asks them to 
consider: 

What they want to know 
about their children in school; 
\what the reports tell them; how 
learning is conditioned by phys- 


Fireman 


Hurt When 


—— a Mer 


‘Speed’ Key 


determine | 


re- 


U.S. Typists to Test 


boa 


rd 


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[ PRESENT KEYBOARD | 


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the simplified keyboard results 
_in significant increased output 
The 24 typists will be selected 
today, and the formal experi- 
jment starts in January. 

| Edmund Mansure, GSA ad- 
ministrator, said a 35 per cent 
productivity imerease “would 
bring about important savings 
in typewriter purchases.” 

The Government doesn’t have 
any of the new. keyboard 
typewriters, but will ¢onvert 12 
‘machines of all models, begin- 


w Keyboard. The other 12| ning this week. The new key-! 
continue their regular typ-| board was developed by August | clothes searcher at the plant 


‘Dvorak of the 
Washington. 
On the new keyboard, the 


University of 


same level of speed its mem-|vowels, for emaxple, are all | 2"4 


placed on the second row, 
where typists’ fingers normally 
rest. These and other changes 
give 44 per cent of the work 
‘to the left hand and 56 per cent 
to the right. The conventional 
\keyboard gives 57 per cent of 
ithe work to the left hand 
43 per cent to the right. 


‘uation should be measured 


against a uniform grade stand- 
ard or fellow classmates; wheth- 


Wall Falls 


“We're Here te Learn’ 


Sixth Battalion Chief William 
forms, and suggested improve-| ave. se., suffered a possible frac- 
tured leg yesterday when an 
eight-foot brick wall from which 


Rates Not Affected 


High Court Denies Review 


Of PUC Fare Hike Ruling 


The Supreme Court  yester- 
day refused to review an ad- 
verse Appeals Court ruling on 
the Public Utilities Commis- 
sion’s method of granting a 
Capital Transit Co. fare in- 
crease in 1954. 

George Spiegel, Washington 
attorney, had challenged the 
PUC's use of an “original cost” 
rate base rather than a base 
reflecting the current value of 
the company’s property in ar- 
riving at the increase. 

The United States District 
Court ruled in favor of the 
PUC. Spiegel, who had repre- 
sented a group of riders, then 
appealed on his own behalf. 
The United States Court of 
Appeals reversed the lower 
court. In doing so, the appel- 
late court did not pass on the 
rates» themselves. It returned 
the case to the District Court 
with a request for more de- 
tailed information from the 


increase. 


dized; Ca 


1954; or: those..erdered by the 
District Commissioners last 
August. 

In its petition for a review 
by the high court, Capital 
Transit said if it should become 
a matter of judicial policy to 
permit “infirmities in rate base 
determination” to be the lever 
for overturning rate orders, 
there would be an open and 
continuing invitation both to 
rate payers and utilities to ap 
peal such orders. 

Rate orders could be jeopar- 
tal Transit said, even 


though the persons appealing 


them couldn't “demonstrate 
that the end result caused harm 
to them.” The brief was pre- 
pared by Awalt, Clark and 
Sparks. 

The 1954 fare increase set the 
rates at 20 cents cash, five 
tokens for 80 cents and a weekly 


‘permit for 75 cents which al- 
lowed rides for 10 cents each.) 
PUC concerning the method|The Commissioners’ order last 
used to determine the fare August maintained the 20-cent 


cash fare, raised the rate for 


The Supreme Court denial of|tokens to five for 95 cents, and 


a review will not affect the fare 
increases granted in January 


| 
| 


weekly permits to 90 cents plus 
10 cents a ride. 


A deer hunter in Wilson, 


| Mich., looked in a ditch Sun- 


day and found what was later 
described as a packet of 100 


for “Army installations” along 
the Potomac near Washington. 

The Army Corps of Engi- 
neers here said could be 
those for a $2 million flood 


control project on Wills Creek 


at Cumberland, Md. Low bid- 
der was a Chicago firm. 

A Corps spokesman said that 
when bids are sought on a 
project blueprints are given a 


Corps of Engineers blueprints | wide 


ting Today’s Chuckle 


bproperty east and west of the! 


he was directing operations at a 
fire in the 1100 block of 9th st. 
nw. crumbled beneath him. 
James was pulled to safety by 
firemen fighting a stubbora 
blaze which burned out a two- 


story brick and frame storage! ne tough kid who feels that 
| building facing an alley in the| 


rear of 1118 9th st. nw. He was/©°PS are his. enemies should 

‘admitted to Emergency Hos-| have seen 37 juvenile squad of- 

‘pital, ficers at police headquarters 

Inspector Warren C. Kelly, . yesterday. 

_jthe Fire Marshal's office, said; 

lthere was about $5000 worth of They were taking notes while 

damage to the building ad con-|@ Metropolitan ge pyaar 

tents, which he said consisted) talked about such things as the 

The oo of the Pro-| mainly of furniture and floral|need for love, acceptance and 

jected $100 million Potomac| apparatus stored there by thejsecurity in a child’s life. They 

Plaza development in Foggy|Friendly Flower Shop, 1113 9th/ listened intently to a course out- 

ee ee ae peng gro aid the fire apparent! ee eee tne ons 
, el elly s e fir en » , ° 

missioners yesterday to elimi-| © ~ sai he senaatene 7 shaman diatestienanee 

nate their property from any 

urban renewal project that may 

be set up in the area. 

Royce F. Ward, an official of 
the Potcmac Plaza firm, said he 
had presented the uest to 
Assistant Engineer ommis- 
sioner Robert Mathe, Urban| 
Renewal Coordinator. , 

The National Capital Plan- 
ning Commission has proposed 
that the area bounded roughly’ 
by 23d st. and the Rock Cree 
ew. ye gen = and 

n nw. a — : 
besn nel = the yp, ha Fas Alo SM Office Department has un-| placed inside thir 
for urban renewal planning./wrapped some government red) ages. 

Thé Urban Renewal Council,/tape so you can enclose a fir 7 
by a divided vote, recommend-'class letter inside a package. (for each single enclosure at the 
ed approval also. Beginning Monday, if mom/proper first or third-class rate, 

Ward said his group wants to! wants to include a letter when| must be affixed to the outside 
stay out of the proposed project/she mails junior’s laundry or a/ of the parcel. 
because of the potential delay gift to college, she need only} The enclosures inside 
it might mean for the big/indicate on the package that | package should be placed on top 
apartment-hotel-office building| letter is enclosed, and then pay/of the other items in the pack 
venture planned for the oldithe additiona’ postage. ‘age. 

Washington Gas Light Co.) if the 60-day trial period of; A statement reading “first- 

: ‘the system proves successful,'cjass mail enclosed” or “third- 

intersection of Virginia and | mother—and business firms— class mail enclosed” must be 

the heart of the suggested re- fasten letters to the outside of| postage and above the address. 

aa re eo h to break packages or »ay the first-class! This statement may be hand- 
CSCRESE F TREE DOPSS ‘rate for the entire parcel. written, typewritten, printed or 
nd for its first apartment; «The familiar phrase, ‘we are 


In Foggy Bottom 


Developers 
Shun Status 
Ot Project 


By Robert oA Albrook : 
Staff! Reporter 


: 
' 


With Additional Postage 


First Class Mail Allowed 
Place Inside Packages 


With mother in mind, the| 


First-class mail also may be 
d-class pack- 


Postage for each letter, and 


Juvenile Squad Officers 
Study Delinquency Causes 


By Jean White 
Stal Reporter 


the 


ilding about the first of the 
year and has sold many of the 
cooperative units. > 
e Foggy Bottom Restora- 
tion Association last week en- 
dorsed the proposed urban re- 
newal study but also urged 
that the Potomac Plaza project 
be permitted to proceed in the 
meantime. 


“Yes. Ill give you a job. 
Sweep out the store.” 

“But I'm a college graduate.” 
“Okay, I'll show you how.” 


7 


sending under separate cover,’ 
can now join other nostalgic re- 
minders of bygone days,” Post- 
master General Arthur Summer- 
field said yesterday in announc- 
ing the innovation. 


hand-stamped. 

Senders who intentionally en- 
close undeclared material in an 
attempt to avoid payment of 
| postage are risking a $100 fine, 
‘according to the Post Office De- 
partment. More usually, how. 


From all appearances, it 
si have been a college so- 
clology ciass. But these were 
area police officers who meet 
problems of juvenile delin-| 
quency first hand on the streets. 

“We're here.to. learn,” Metro- 


Winters told the juvenile offi 
cers 

| “The problem of juvenile de- 
linquency has many sides,—the 
social worker, the psychiatrist, 
the courts. We have to under. 


‘ 


and 


politan Police Inspector John £.} 5t5 


Two Neckties Bound 
Watchman Like Bit | 
On Horse, Jury Told © 


. 


3 Defendants 
Go on Trial 
In Slaying at 
Aristo Plant 


By S. L. Fishbein 
Staf! Reporter 

Two neckties were strung 
like a horse’s bit across the 
mouth of 78-year-old David 
Armhold the night he was 
‘Slain at the Aristo dry clean- 
ing plant, a District Court 
jury was told yesterday. 

Police and medical descrip- 
tions of the bloody, bound and 
gagged body of the elderly 
night watchman were given to 
the jury of eight women and 
four men as the trial of three 
men on first degree murder 
charges opened. 

The defendants are Grant- 
land D. Butler, 22, of 1227% 
ist st. se., a former employe at 
the plant at 1126 S. Capitol st.: 
Raymond L. Tucker, 22, of 334 
L, st. sw., and Walter L. Battle, 
21, of 659 Kenilworth terrace ne, 

Assistant United States At- 
torney Frederick Smithson in 
his opening statement said he 
had oral statements, re-enact- 
ments and written confessions 
of the Aug. 25 slaying from all 
three defendants. They also are 
,accused of stealing $140 from a 
cashbox 

The trio was arrested Sept. 
11, on a lead developed by Pvt. 

Ancel D. Dolinger during the 
19-day manhunt. Dolinger won 
a promotion and policeman-of- 
the-month honors as a result. 

Deputy Coroner Richard M. 
Rosenberg said he examined 
ine victim on the scene and 
‘found thé dead man with both 
jeyes blackened, a bruise across 
the nose, lips torn and bruised, 
a cheekbone crushed, the neck 
bruised and blood coming out 
of mouth and nose. 

Armhold died of a brain hem- 
orthage, shock and asphyxia- 
ition due to strangulation, Dr. 
Rosenberg said 

Two knotted and stained 
|neckties were identified by Det. 
i\Sgt. Ernest Winter as those he 
‘cut from the mouth of Armhold 
\shortly after 2 a. m. on Aug. 25. 
They were tied tight, much like 
+@ herse’s- bit, Winter told. the 


uly. 
Det. “e George Donahue 
said he found «4 drawer 
pried open and coins strewn 
around. Later, Donahue said, 
in a nearby cabinet police 
‘found a pisto! which Armhold 
was authorized to carry at his 
‘own discretion. 

Aubrey J. Carpenter, 


: 
| 


whose home address is listed 
‘at 1481 Morris rd. se., said he 
reported for work at 1:30 a. m. 
summoned police when 
|Armhold failed to answer a 
| knock and Carpenter saw the 
i rear door open. 

Defense Attorneys William 
A. Tinney, Belford V. Lawson, 
John Reges and Samuel C. 
Klein established on  cross- 
examination that the victim's 
‘head rested on a pile of 


iclothes. At a previous hearing, 


Tucker a former boxer, testi- 
fied he hit Armhold but didn’t 
mean to hurt him. 


Passenger 
Killed in 
Car Crash 


DISTRICT TRAFFIC TOLL: 
1955 deaths to date 
1954 deaths to date 
Total 1954 death toll 
James Pearsall, 39, of 4428 
Foote st. ne. was fatally in- 


jured yesterday in a two-car 
crash at South Capitol and M 


Police said Pearsall, an em- 
ploye of the Fairfax Village 
Bowling Alley, was a passen- 
er in a car driven by Willie 
Show, 35, also of 4428 Foote st. 
ne. Accident investigators 


stand all to do a good job in 
the delinquency field. We're all/ 
in it together.” 

Winters and Sgt. William 
Rasmusen brought back the 
outline for the course from the 
Delinquency Control Institute 
of the University of Southern 
California. The emphasis is on 
the early discovery of the pre- 
delinquent child and helping’ 
him before he goes wrong. 


The policemen - turned - stu - 
dents will get all sides of the 
problem from such speakers as 
Juvenile Court Judge Edith H.! 
Cockrill; District Welfare Di-' 
jrector Gerald M. Shea: Dr.' 
Louls Jacobs, National Train- 
ing School superintendent; and’ 
| Alice Sheldon, director of the!) 
Department of School Attend-| 
‘ance and Work Permits. | 

The juvenile police special-' 
ists yesterday took notes on’ 
these things: | 

® Socrates wrote about juve-'| 
nile delinquency 2300 years ago. | 

® Anti-social signs of delin-| 
peepey occur early, often be- 
fore the child is 9 years old. 

®Seventy per cent of all) 
‘delinquents are mentally nor- 
mal, 


® Delinquents generally have) 
the same ideas of right and) 
\wrong as non-delinquents. 
® Only one of four delinquent 


acts is a lone-wolf affair. | 
© There is no single cause,| 


Here is how the new “Combi-'eyer, a sender's oversight re- 22d no single remedy for 


nation” mail service will work: 
Letters or other single pieces 


ing circulars, packages, etc., of 
third-class mail, may be placed 
inside fourth-class (parcel post) 


ls, or insi 


copies of pub- 6 
second 


‘sults in his having to pay the 


‘first-class rate for the entire 
of first-class mail, and advertis- 


‘package. 
“Over the years, th 


Juvenile delinquency. 

| The “shakedown” class wil! 
imeet for three-hour sessions 
twice weekly. After two more’ 
sections of juvenile officers) 
have been briefed, Winters) 
hopes to take his message to 
the entire force through a basic 
course, 


| 


{ 


said Show's car was struck on 
the right side by an auto driv- 
en by Herbert O. Friend, 25 of 


Baltimore. , 
Pearsall, the District's Gist 


traffic fatality of 1955, died at 
Casualty Hospital of a crushed 
chest, hemorrhage and shock, 
police said. Show was treated 
for minor injuries. 

Friend was charged with 
failing to yield right-of-way, 
failing to show a registration 
card and driving without a per- 
mit, police reported. 


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John F. Kelley William Sasher; 86, Dies; 
Paul Archambault ||4/*an4ria_| Retired Cabinet Maker 


M er chant Funeral services will be held;Fellows and the Clarendon 


‘today for William Sasher, 86, a| Methodist Church. 


e 
Dies Her f ne Di 56 retired cabinet maker — who! Mr, Sasher is survived by 
QO a | f ‘worked on many Washington|two daughters, Mrs. Jewell 
one ) ws ‘ 8 a | buildings, including the White Ford Crews of 3806 Wilson bivd., 
House. | Arlington, with whom he lived! 


Low A org pagmy og ~~ t a Kelley, 56, pea. Mr. Sasher was a charter we, Mrs. Rodney Huntington 
, Geor ow vers exandria policeman and own-|member and first secretary of| Caldwell, also of Arlington; also “Our thoughts Bh, A Ry. 
Cs Examiner graduate, died Sunday at Wal-ler of Kelley's Cleaners in “'ex- the United Brotherhood of Car- three sons, John V. and Ber- aw 

ter Reed Hospital of cancer of|andria, died yesterday of a penters and Joiners of America.|nard B., of Arlington and Bert PATESS. Se 


High Mass os re —jheart attack \Mr. Sasher was to have been C. Sasher of Herndon, Va. a 
. Archam- la hile he was © ‘honored at the 50th anniversary brother, Harry Dunn Sasher of, a ee rene pes Stray 


ff ee a) chy fay i. Vem iof the union Oct. 29, but be-| Winston Salem, N. C.; two sis- S rents see 0 today, Novem 
() iI c er- | with clothes a ae ‘cause of illness, he could not ters, Mrs. Kate Brock of Bristol, aithes r soul is now at rest RA? watam, DODDS. On Mon-| 

: 3 : 
ere for many Nov. 6 to ‘| Mr. Kelley, - ‘attend. ‘Tenn.; and Mrs, Hattie Rohr of fw aie ¢ fe a hae TE Re See 
she were here acain . beloved husband of Laura) 


undergo sur- Ciweew (of 307 East * Se He was a native of Washing- ‘Atlanta: nine grandchildren and : 
gery at Walter | Eustisave, & & ' |ton County, Va. and came to five great-grandchildren. Your Jd’ erandchilaren, jale Gra ~ “Hise 


E. F. Snyder Reed. He had | oe 6A I ¢ x andria, oe * |Wachirgton in 1990. His wife, Services will be held at 2 p. m. : mons ers t Home, Tesi 
| entered Army | | | was an Alexan- PS ™ |Martha Virginia Kent, died in at the Ives funeral home, Ar Bied “Temple Hinis Baptist Ehureh. | 
4783 6t. Barnad wees. | may. LAWRENC EA. of aa Br 


: 
1929. lington. Burial will be in Colum. ADAMS. Ag ca fie-| day, November i ii AM. inte 
ARRI AM ¢. on November 20. rh A 
ment edar Hl “2 gy ; 
enjamin “dea KLEY a pibpy. lather 
hela at her "ints resi- , . ft Sat un ay. | . Bor 


Inter- 


Stich service in Sep = a -*\dria policeman 
igh requiem mass for Ed-'tem ber, 1954, ed ~~» i from 1930 to » Fe | He was a member of the Oddi bia Gardens Cemetery. 
ward Frank Snyder, 60, Civilafter gradua §> ™ | 1948, when he vy | ERE aI adhe 
Service Commission examiner tion from Archania retired because 5/4. F. Kelley | ) ember 22. at li ae m 


, i'George town of a heart con- , ; > 
who died Saturday, will. ” in Sune. dition. He had been in the Mary M. Mickle ‘Charles W. Johnston MBAULT. PFC. PAUL 4. Im. 
ay. Novem- 


offered at 9:30... 
; | weet | He had planned on entering|cleaning business since 1944, : y Bud galy, 98 ” Loutse Kr | ¥ 
aie ae ) a Georgetown Law School when| He was born in Bedford, Va., ‘ase Same er eiscins cre yd ie ae 7 tel BAD bey anhicn cman: a: Th Jana Henry L. Bolte- fnterment Panny Sh Se e 
Shrin ; gs tes " his Army service was over. and came to Alexandria in 1922. Administration attorney in » bees | : ‘ u he moan 2 nd the iéte ay, Va: E. Graham 
See” yg Fhe 2. adit A Baltimore native, Mr. Ar-|Before joining the police force lanta. Ga., a died + ll i Washington for 50 years, died fon ¢ L, Archambe Pusbele’ Gay an i Ste Anna Litthe. Sirs Masbelle as ee. 3b 1958 at Geen 
ws . . ke ty _ ‘ x town  Untversit 
| ehambault is survived by his/he was a conductor on the old urday after a at his home yesterday. Archambault, - gr 7G ~ 3 ‘| TOWNSEND MALO "hhasbaad 
a oye, Siunees 1 per , ck) ail or Odes yO riends | | eee Te enone way ones ta eT ¢6 
nera 


Cath ; ; 
- ofics a father, Paul J. Archambault ‘Mount Vernon Railway Co., short iliness, Oe : | Mn Johnston aul re. pee B. Sage cal 
| 2 = 7 oe el 264 ison bivd Arlin on. Va Majoney. proiner of piware 


Church, 16th,> ae ae 

and Park ye 4 woe. 6 Sr., his grandparents, Henry lwhich ran excursion cers be- will be held at be . ‘operated a gro- 
» toe > : er s r 

nw. Burial will © 2 = and Flora Munderloh, a sister, |tween Washington and Mount Arlington Na- & jcery store ate "ot the will be uesday, November 24, a¢ 12-30| Maloney.  Priends ma the 
be in Arlington ~ -™ oe 2 % Elizabeth Gay and a brother, | Vernon. tional Ceme- Rae '252 10th st. ne, oe = offered vam of York “Cathe | wm “Interment ge ay ! “a reg wilt .. + rrentens 
. ee Geoffrey Archambault, all of} He is survived by his wife, tery at 2 p.m. “aan y |for 40 years. He Bees | ook Inne on Wednesday. } ve mer | November 20.985. at her residence eesder. teeter Mitisfea es 
Baltimore. |Mary T. Kelley; a son, John Al- Wednesday. BW 7 fas a native of ™ Routicen debmane ae Loudon Park| 1034 No Statiord Me F Va..| interment "Worrenten Colssters. 
of the tate eade. Hensborough. mother PI turday, Noveme 


be.t Kelley of Franconia, Va.,! Miss Mickle, >> Sis | Culpeper, Va. eae | BALL. MARY E, (MAMIED, of $125! Thomas ©, Grown. Mts. Mere) he’ Sat 
ls. Md. on " Si es of oft ington ALL : venenes 


Ww * — 
died following Mr. Snyder (Isabelle C. DiBitetto a daughter, Mrs. W Gwen Tot- a graduate sate He is sur- ae 26. I “of the ‘ ae Ot es 
at 3055 Porter st. nw., where he| Isabelle C. DiBitetto, 39, wife “hill of Alexandria, and four nurse and a meee | @ \vived by his me arty oy Ball 2 Re Eva M.| News. Va. seve dren end| Pitts Wile Aes ee 
had fecently moved after 35|of Metropolitan Police Detec- grandchildren. Master at Law, Paes @ |Wife, Virgie, to “aaa Belle Andre and fose| ‘af St°tbe Pres si “Homes gaa} | Fr Pitts "of Galveston, Tex 
years at 1827 Monroe st. nw. He|tive Frank A. DiBitetto, died/Reoinuld C. Robbi served in North wham he was ae if ices at | Wilson bivd. A an where) ibe Penmapicenia* pent een, “Renee 
egina oO ns [Africa and married 49 53. at 1 p. m. interment Cedar| No r 22, 30 7 Interment soos “ r ned on Wedn 
oe . “Tee st | Rcticcet'ps Park Rusctels, Bak u ‘ 


was building a home in West-' Sunday at the National Insti- Mrs. Mickle 
Funeral services ‘for R France with - years; three iit’ Cemetery. 
moreland Hills. tutes of Health after a long’ eginald Mr. Johnston | sat. tN eriog take and members of 


A chemist, Mr. Snyder be-| illness. ‘Chauncey Robbins, 85, poet,|the Army Nurses Corps during daughters, Mrs. —. Ps RET M. On. Mon- 

came a CSC *sxumiane tn 1942.| Mrs. DiBitetto was born in/Philosopher and song writer, | World War II. Helen Stanton end Mrs. Mary! tor ot for our HENDRICKS rose «AUD TON, yg 

Previously he had been with| Alexandria and was a graduate ‘were held yesterday in Santa’ She is survived by her moth- Jane Beamer, both of Washing-| BALL. at Chambe I | of * macs re at “Aging on. Va. | 

the Agriculture Department |of Eastern High School. A mem- Barbara, Calif.. where he died &, Fannie McCaa Mickle, 1036 ton, and Mrs. Ruth J. Ferraro’ oh 23th gt, se. on Tuesday, Novem- | oved grandmo ae of Mrs. } ier | Mrs. * ; 

since 1918, both in Washington|/ber of Holy Family Catholic Saturday. S. Edison st., Arlington; two\of Takoma Park: two sons,| W. M. MOORE, ; President ea * _ Ds A. Bitton, Mrs. Louise Sanna ate 

and in the Northern Regional|Cburch, she lived at 5707 22d) Mr. Robbins was born in Bos- sisters, Mrs. Thomas M. Harvey |Charles B. and William J., of BEAVERS, LUCIAN m On Guadas. Ne-| Werember Th thenee tet renie cP tet aber a1 eee, 

Research Laboratory in Peoria,'ave., Hillcrest Heights, Md. iton and educated at Harvard °f the Edison street address,'Washington; three brothers, | Pe AxEBS.&' 1955, ai hie residence i] Episcopal Church, 620 @ 5 ,Wash-| Mrs kere Mis. Joan 

Til. | Besides her husband, she is University, where he majored and Mrs. William H. Thompson, John J.. Walter and George. all! = n LR Ae R R as \ ERS mat .. R.! A pm funeral seryices P ue — Bas 
Born in Livonia, N. Y.. he Survived by a daughter, Mary with highest honors in political hy one brother, Lewis Mickle, of Culpeper oe 8. ee +. i. ;, iy Ring nD, ARTEUR U LOUTRE! Suddenly 


came here in 1900. He attended | Dolores and two sons. byes science. He was the founder of 4 , both of Camden, 5S. C. jehildren. ¢ hanahen ouls 1 ss on Bunda; 


McKinle h Sch and Frank A. DiRitetto Jr.; her, the Robbins Library of Phil- ‘ ‘m | h 
oe his BS go ig * father, Charles Leo Ahern, of osophy and Psychology at Her Col. Edward Morris ‘Albert H. Atterbury eanesda> lovember 29. & in. - nerine | uré. father of Mar-| st. nw Friday, November 25. a3 aH 
Catholic University in 1918. the Foe fon agg he and = ws ete de Graveside funeral services| ™. Y. Herald Tribune News Service a6 Bf Christ, Eptec ot San brancises. caitt. Priepds| ery. Interment Port Lincoln Ceme- 
WwW j ‘sisters stelle foya, © was reasurer 0 e Aun ?LAIN .. ¥.. Nov. urch Cemetery m . : a * eee SAS 
Fe a ae ay a en Arlington. and Emma Hand, of Waltham Watch Co. and direc- for Lt. Col. Edward J. Morris, Betsy? food re a os, | BLACKWELL. WILLIAM A. On te be iit: cere | SA a. wyagen. On Saturday. No- 
lieutenant with the Secret Inks | Washington. ‘tor of various corporations.|’, ‘etired Quartermaster ’ | : ; na pe Falls | zacORSON, "ALEX, 
section of the Army Military From 1926 to 1933 he was cura- Corps officer who died in Tus- a retired New York lawyer and Sas ” beloved wheal) her™ — 3 vember Rs ee 
De aths Elsewhere tor of botany at the Museum of caloosa, Ala. Friday, will be sixth oldest graduate of Yale “rather of Jee ae fatijer of Day d | Jacooson, of 
rotny 


Intelligence division. 7 } 
80. hailed rT History in Santa Bar-|held at 1 p. m. Wednesday at| University, died today at his pocen thal. Bert C 


He was a fellow of the Amer-| Janis Goldmanis of Hyatt, ville. Ma Bal) . on . 
' Arlington Cemetery. home, 922 Hillside ave. a wi all 5 ae A 4 yrs .. peotine. ork so. ation also is survived by nine 
’ : : on, 


ol New in 
sreat-erandch 
D. Iv 


ican Institute of Chemists, ajby Latvians as the father of ba | 
member of the American Chem-|their country’s freedom, in Mr. Robbins was the author; Col. Morris was born in|’ Mr. Atterbury, who was one ' 2:30, D. m. on negday.| Washing! abe go z 
,of several volumes of poetry|Prince Georges County andjof two surviving members of] copa! Church. 3601 Russell th NW. Wedn 
her unera! 


ical Society and the Catholic'South Bend, Ind. e 
University Alumni Association | Dr. William Lowe Bryan, 95. ‘and composed songs, publish- came to Washington when he/the Yale class of 1882, a world! -- . va ere funeral services| bad 
and a former member of the|president emeritus of Indiana ing 150 since 1922. He alsO was 5 years old. He attended|traveler and a collector of first! Arlington Cemetery | Woos Section. In mourni 

CORBIN. FU GENE WILFRED, sR. 4 » wy ie, Ma saeeci HELEN L. On 


eters ria ter 
he Ives 


Washington Academy of Sci-| University, at Bloomington, wrote many essays and criti- Gonzaga College High School,|editions, donated many vol- Sunday. November - on Sun No-| Yember 19, 1985. at sibley “teal 
ences, the International Society | Ind. cism in philosophy. ond entered the Quertermaster| umes to the Yale Library. | Fesidence, 708 P sw. EUGENE mber 20, 55 emoris HELEN L. SEARLE of 19 
- : = - B . hi ~ WILFRED CORBIN er } of Hospita! MARY WHI IE JANES ol the Beloved wife of Gree , w aie 
of Soil Scientists and the As-' Oscar W. Nelson, 68, partner) ecause of a typographical Corps shortly after World Willi Ri on 1 2 rbin. of Eugene W.| On Hi), Md, » of the late} nd sister of Ralph W. Pacaet 
sociation of Official Agricul-\in one of Eastern Shore’s larg-|etTor, Mr. Robbins was de War I. _ Wiliam A. Biner, 1, chief; Jr. Prapeis. Paul and Woodrow L.| Charles Sdward | Janes. mother of 0) Us ip a. Pr a 
tural Chemists. est packing and canning firms scribed in yesterday's issues of He retired in 1946 after serv-|JU5™¢® of Wyoming Supreme -_ p eee 6 Sere S| somsy White c800s Of soweon wit be he setts ave. ne. where services 
, ay ‘ ’ : . ~t | D inf orbir ul =. . n¢ omdr liam h Janes | Be sday 

He had published works on after a heaft attack The Washineton Post and Times ing for 28 years. He was quar- Va, O5 Kereaee. | fees ener, mere met) Celso, Eevee, Freese mer cet 8ti = Sensterh m. Interment Congressional 
the Hydrogen Ion and Oxida-- Aaron J. Levy, 74, former Herald as execut ve director of te-master of Walter Reed Hos- —_—— | Hy Re Bt BR A Re Hp Ae PP ses _ 
tion-Reduction; Hydrogen lIon|New York State Supreme Court the Republican Netional Com- pital here for four years pre-) fu Memoriam AEF pare: Tnerment Nations! Memo-| Till be PSs Som ntarecnt poivets| Sunder. November te, “ISEk es £8 
Methods for Soils, and several! justice who figured in the Sny- mittee. His son, R. Chauncey vious to his retirement. COREY. ALBERT 8. On Monday. No- JANIN, EVELYN B. On Saturday ” ie} Ariineten, We orn Kenmore st. 
other subjects. i\der-Gray case. Robbins Jr. of Washington, holds He is survived by his wife, |ALAMON. Bessie E.— in loving memory | vemh George Washing. | vembel 49, 1985, at Walter LIGMA ba a aD 

Survivors are his widow,| Dr. Joseph L. Lilienthal, 44, ithat position. Elizabeth, and two sons, Ed- ON. who departed his Ji A i comb st, AW, delove 
Margueritte J. Snyder; a son,/head of the environmental) Besides his son, Mr. Robbins, ward Jr. and Joseph P. Morris, More and nee uh Gn nnse.| RR and sister at) geen ister at n> es A Rn 
Edward J. Snyder of the Porter |medicine department of-Jonns, is-survived. byhis wife, Jane; .a\all of Clanton, Ala.; and one| **jengs, may Sink the wound is) Mo" oo oe SF i maf ~arvived hx fh sranddaugh(ers. Mrs. 
st. address, and a brother, Leo| Hopkins Schoo] of Hygiene and jee. Phyllis, and a grand-| brother, Bernard A. Morris, of| put ther little know the sorrow | ave nw. where services wil a randchildren Service - Gar 

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North Virginia Seeks More Road Aid 


Delegate Armistead L. problems and has studied a tax)tion to permit State tuition 
Boothe said yesterday he would pon bs y aa method Of|grants to private school stu! 
fight an increased State gaso- ‘aks ns epee William L. ‘dents as one method of avoiding] job placement procedures. 
line tax unless the resulting ad- eaten of Arlington pr he ‘integration. | John C. Webb, Fairfax dele. 1!-man Communist Czechoslo- 
ditional funds raised’ in Vit-|fayored creation of a State! Mrs. Kathryn Stone, Arling-gate, said he would continue vak delegation arrived here 
‘ginia's Tenth District were |Highwa Department adminis-|‘" delegate, asked the Stateefforts to revise State formulas 
spent for roads there. trative division with the same|chamber to sponsor a ‘state-lused in the distribution of ‘O00 to ity to pegotiate a trade 
Boothe spoke at a luncheon boundaries “ae the Tenth Dis-| Wide BA gana ag ain gw ne woe 5 Sie toward Ge Tet aa Tak 
ae eT tse. ae ae Htriet;-now~-part—of-the—larger “nce next spring. It would bejing “a fairer share for north- are reported mainly interested 
from nearby Virginia cham- : designed to expand Virginia's’ ern Virginia.” in rubber. 


hers of commerce. He°andlcrene a District Delegate 


GODFREY what wonderful be 


bers were guests, ome tatedd ot Church said the area's inade- 
tells the secret 


' Review of P ort 4 
Plea Is Denied | @& 


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Tuesday, November 22, 1955 7 


jvecations! education programs Cec Cey 
in schools, she said, as well as m Tredere in | om 
. COLOMBO, Nov. 21 @®—An 


| THE ‘WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 


A group of property owners - = ee 
in the Bay Hundred district of i se ) 
Talbot. County, Md. yesterday! —% “Tee PON 
lost a bid to have the Supreme) 
Court review their efforts to 
develop a deepwater port an 
Chesapeake Bay. 

The high Saban denied a. 
petition to review a decision by | 
the Maryland Court of Appeals, 
‘which refused to upset a county 
ordinance zoning the area as) ~ 
| agricultural. Alonsita Walker | 
and other property owners con-| 
tended the area was peculiarly 
suitable for the development| 
of heavy industry and a port. 

The land consists of six par- 
cels of 836 acres, according to’ 
the owners’ brief. The Walker’ 
tract of 630 acres would have a 
value of $340,000 for use as a 
port facility, but relatively) 
littie otherwise, the brief! 
asserted. The entire property 
is unprofitable for farming, the 
owners contended. 

The owners’ brief estimated 


Bishops’ 
{Statement 
Attacked. 


The right of parochial and 
private schools to share in cer- 
tain Government benefits pro- 
vided for public schools was 
challenged yesterday in an 
attack on the recent statement 
of the Catholic bishops of the 
United States 

The challenge was huried by 
Gienn L. Archer, executive di- 
rector of the Protestants and 
Other Americans United for 
Separation of Church and 
State 


quate road network had forced 
evrything from the Gray Com-'a research laboratory recently 
— to fraudulent advertis- 


ito choose Rockville, Md., over 
‘Fairfax for its site. 

Boothe again opposed the 
'Gray Commission's proposal for 
amending the Virginia Constitu, 


in 

| | Boothe, Alexandrja’s State 
‘Senator-elect, said roads else-| 
where in Virginia were good, | 
but a serious problem exists in| 
‘Northern Virginia. “We can- 
not possibly go along with al 


gas tax increase,” he said, “un-! 
less we get the additional funds | 
‘in the Tenth District for sev- 
eral years.” 


Gov. Thomas.B. Stanley has 
‘not recomended a gas tax. in- 
crease for consideration by the 
General Assembly session next 
January. It is known, however. 
he is concerned about road 


Associated Press 


Charged 


William R. Singer Jr., 26, of 
Wallingford, Conn., has been 
charged with intent to mur- 
der Elsie Treggor, 24-year-old 
University of Connecticut 
coed. Singer denied attempt- 
ing to poison Miss Treggor, | 


~~ 


Archer charged that the 208 
American cardinals, archhbish- 
ops and bishops wrote their 
statement 
pese of justifying a demand for 
Government aid and legal rec- 
oegnition of parochial schools as 
‘an Integral part of the Amer- 
fean educational system.’” 

The tishops’ joint statement, 
issued Sunday at Catholic Uni- 
versity, reaffirmed their belief 
‘mn the right of church-related 
and. private schools to share 
in Government school aid for 
“Wealth. safety and welfare” 
purposes. 

In sharp disagreement, 
charged that 

® Catholic schools do not teach . 

a “Christian concept of liberty,’ 
birt “systematically exalt their 
‘one trie religion’ while teach. 
ing that all other religions are 
‘counterfeit.’ ” 

® The only “unity” envisioned 
“in the teaching of Roman Cath- 
olic parochial schools is a ‘unity’ 
imposed under Roman Catholic 
hegemony.” 

®Use of 
“nonreligious” 
texts for a 


Archer 


tax funds to buy 
or “catechismal” 
parochial schoo) 


would amount to a grant to a 
‘whose primary purpose, 


School ‘ 
is to propagate Roman Cathol-, 
icism, not serve the public.” 


“for the express pur-| 


the port could be developed for 
$5 million for dredging and 
filling.. 

Attorneys for the County 
Commissioners and the Pilan- 
ning and Zoning Cémmission 
said the water was only 3 to 4 


Glenn Martin Gains 


In Severe Illness 


BALTIMORE, Nov. 
University Hospital said aia 
Glenn L. Martin is convyales-| 
cing well from a “severe upper) 
respiratory infection and vas-' 
cular disorder” which made him! 
‘reasonably sick” about three 
weeks ago. 

The hospital said the 69-year 
old pioneer flier and airplane 
builder probably would be dis- 
charged in 10 days to two 
weeks. 


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21 


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of private education's “right to 
exist,” when the real issue is 
that parochial schools have no 
right to exist “at public ex- 
pense.” 

©The Supreme Court has 
spoken out against using tax 
‘funds to support any activities 


No Matter What Your Age 


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2 3 2 FN . F or School Two meetings on integration’ hearing Dee. 2 at which all 
L 1 | ti P| : hn a F a : e Hot Lunch Ronni the Nov. 14 meeting will be 
: esis a Ive a : eS | _Leonard .G..Simpson, Mayor) bee on _The first will be a public seard. The meeting is tenta-| 


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were scheduled last night by ,; , , 
Sanita ct the Montgomery County Schoo! pene ee eae Seen ae 
r “tively scheduled to be held at 
of Bladensburg, told the Town | The Arlington County School 


WHITNEY, Tex., Nov. 21 | Tex.) called tonight for a legis- : lee Council last night th ’ | Wheaton High School. 
Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson (D-\lative “program with a heart”) cl tary ordinance must be suay a ; gestion thet it tn-|report Mrs Elizabeth “Camp-|held Dec. 14, at which time a 
opt aggadlingrcocry frontier ™ amended to make sure prop- clude funds in its -1956-57|bell, member of the board and|report will be read by Fred 
[oe -per Come Sar pees oa erty owners use the new sew-' budget for a hot lunch o-| the advisory committee, said! Dunn, ist integration as- 


ee ae 8 Se eat, Senge lheprsmg or orgy | tenella Ave Mareuall after lest night's meeting. sistant, and Owen Knight, su- 


’ amendment outlawing poll) “S | The sewers are being in- 7 pervisor of pupil personnel. 
| anes | ' 'stalled by the Washington Sub-, The suggestion was offered Woodburn Delays A tesslation was passed ask 
urban Sanitary Commission on|°Y Philip V. Warman, chair-_. , ly h 
The Senate Democratic | ‘Alternate Route 1 betwéer ™42_of the advisory committee Gray Report Action loon: ? magne veer af Pn 
$3195! Leader also deciared he is “not Peace Cross and Hyattsville. of the Marshall Parent-Teach-| The Woodburn Elementary | endum at the general slidation Coll Gus Heater + TAyler 9-8500 


a candidate of any description auociated Press | Property dwners, who are now Si -vey by the P-TA showed that) scrool, Parent-Teacher Associa- next November to change the 
using septic tanks, outdoor “Dy ‘the ain peepee cotion, tees thon | oes, for mesg Mommy. SINCLAIR ; 
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for any office in 1956.” ee 60 per cent of the Marshall . | 
Johnson, speaking at a Dem- Heads Plumbers’ Union privies, and drainage ditches, parents aid their children 7 Falls Church on a resolution | ets of department, agencies and 
od ' must pay a fee to tap into the wou 5 hot | h _| Sat 
ocratic fund-raising dinner, set pojer T. Schoemann of Mil- | sewer lines. , Beer “ 0 Rr es reg 
forth the major outlines of his) wawkee has been named gen- | In other business, the prob-|” Anéther 28 set gl a said proposal for amending Virgini’s| change the dates on public hear- 


proposals for legislation in the’ eral president of the AFL (lem of integration was brought toir children would buy hot yee ear mw oh : a lings on the budgets from June| Call RE. 7-1234, ask for Cire 
second session of the Demo- Plumbers and Pipefitters 2 —_ Wil- junches irregularly during the! deferre ee. ia berg lation, and erder The Washing- 
cratic-controlled 84th Congress., Union. He succeeds Martin (407+ Ootitioned the Council toe oem At Marshall, War-| necting of the P-T A ‘group Solio ton Post and Times Herald 

His blueprint included a tax| p purkin he died last | , pe e ; ° man said. : for 

~ aha .| PF. Da » whe consider what he called the ; a 50-25 vote. The motion, in-| guaranteed home delivery. 
cut for “low-income groups’; ee . In other business, the school , - 
expanded Social Security; week. Schoemann, 62, previ problem caused by white prop-\hoard accepted a low bid of |Toduced by Mrs. Sarah M. 
housing, school, health and) O@Sly served as assistant to erty owners who sell property! segg from S. A. Freas & Co., gg he ge co ase gen ~ 
road legislation; a water re-| the general president. in exclusively white areas t0\Ine 1221 Maine ave. sw., inte Ag MeCting On scu0O 
sources program including a ~~ | Negroes. The Council took no 17.500 pounds of fresh produce g = 
“higher dam” at Hells Can- action. for Arlington's: school ee ae i Wah — 
yon; a “depressed areas” wn- B k Wi program. ousands With Insomnia 
an ins | 


employment program, and im- 


‘ 1* | William MeNeill, administra- 

ESCAPE WINTER ~— TAKE A migration law changes. 3 Hurt al Fire tive assistant to the superin- 
He said he had evolved the A 4 | f . — | tendent of schools, reported 

WONDERFUL VACATION ON 7 program out of talks with Dem- pprova 0 In Mt. Rainier ‘that Arlington pupils had re- 


ceived $6324 worth of tomatoes 


) s throughout the 
THE SUNNY SOUTHERN ROUTE } ocratic leaders fotos 
Nation this fall, including “prac- 74. land creamery butter from the’ 
| Land Deal or mag ng og ‘Sound All Night—Awake Fresh | | “sem# $15 


it go on record aS Opposiihe county ma "* : 
ing the Gray Commission's! trom Shar te aloes. oat REFINING COMPANY 


A Crvise-tike ‘Voyage te bolmy B tically all of the men being con- ‘old woman were injured last|/ Agriculture Department in No- mS ROM 


Mediterranean ports fer as little 

es $195 Tourist Clos; $250, Cab. f sidered for the Democratic; night at a fire at 3412 Newton vember. | _ Users of new safe Dormin Sleeping ||| e 00. saree 

im Class; $310, First Cless! (Fares f (Presidential) nomination. | "The Falls Church Planning| st., Mount Rainier. Police said) The School Board adjourned) Capsules have found—ee you can—~ | . et Geen ee + 

slightly higher en “Colombo” Johnson said he does not Commission approved re-sub-|it was started by a 77-year-old its meeting without any Giscus- blessed sound sleep, Dormin has | REUPHOLSTER SLIPCOVERS 
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; ; , , , been clinical! 
and “Dorie.) Enjey delightful § know who the Democratic NOM 4qivision of property on S. Wash-| Soy playing with matches. sion of the biracial school in-| j,” puerantecd poe te go bevy | SOFA & CHAIR CHAIR ........$19.50 
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meals and luxury services in this § |inee will be but declared be/ington st. for use by the Falls} Barbara Shockey suffered a ‘Station advisory committee's) The world of medicine — 
; 7 . ; . — , . : , Pee .) icei : Incl udi labo - ES——SOF 
unhurried season. Sail te Venice will support the convention *' Church bank at a special meet-| sprained right wrist when she Study of a Gray Commission | ont nes pen night that ey oe -#.... aa 7 San akan A $55.00 
on the lovely Saturnia or Vuil- 9 choice. He also said “I hope om ing last night. tripped over a hose as she was "€Pport on —" school inte-| ost day. Now for only pnd ae Pe, Snare aoneenaey,. Lerge colorful selections—S,000 yds, 
conia and see the Olympic believe amy will send a dele- The 12,000 square foot tract leaving the building. aden “n e aS mm ittee <mpeule you can find the reat ho A on Milage aah aveilable. leber end material in 
From New York vention “ready to abide by or Church, Falls Church real| Mutchler was treated for smoke oe want mcume Oy ie pecded “and Dee cals aust” hele 
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SATURNIA decision of the majority and) tate man. The hank is con-|in alation. Lt. Karl A. Young's 'orma recommendation for you or your meney back! p Poo 
wrepared to fight for the elec hand hos School Board action. 
wane Sey come & FR <0 i on af our nominee.” sidering use of the site for pos) wall th gg od an “The feeling of the advisory prereset 
. i c P , ! . ling. / e injur were SOTY) Th : 
PE RE EE PROTEN _. sible expansion or parking. Pp | . ere ls No Substitute For REFINISHING, CABSINETMAKING, ANTIQUE RESTORING, CORNIC 
Nooles * Patras * Venice * Trieste SORREER, WhO “=o ey. re-\ The Commission. which met|'#ken to Prince Georges Hos- committee was that since the; —<— DRAPERIES. NO JOB TOO SMALL OR ARGE. EASY CREDIT TERMS 
cuperating from : heart attack, in the City Council’s chambers pital Gray report is not-yet — and COMMERCIAL WORK FOR RESTAURANTS, HOTELS, LOBBIES, ETC. 
t] sai . "ro not run- “tng . ini *nHlic "hief si fas & 
Spaerawono COLOMBO fies [57 ering (i 1859 cy | aad. Wesengien . ses| recent fale? Dolce Chit since Gere cet come Saeed 2447 18th Street N.W. CO. 5-5116 
‘ , . ; . ’ . " - ; f ; conditionally approved straight- 4 ‘ ; ; ? ‘ : : } ISIT OUR SHOW ROOM. 0 Every Evening Until 9 PM. 
Gibraltar *Napies*Cannes*Genoo §iCept complete recovery Of MY) 1110 . curve in a.stream in| %/@ $9000 damage to the apart-ithe report, it would be yery ne. SLEEPIN | 
health.” + ment. of Marlene Makrides. wise to base a plan for Arling- G CAPSULES Estimates Cheerfully Given in Nearby Md. & Va. 


CONTE BIANCAMANO Asserting that the Democrats|*he Falls Park subdivision. | 
DEC. 3°, JAN. 3, FEB. 4°* have won “every major contest” The Commission aiso rec- 
tg eg oA ae since the 1952 presidential elec-;Ommended to City Council! 


Cannes @ Genoa @ Naples 
Palermo @ Venice @ Trieste tion. Johnson predicted his that it try to secure an ease- 


VULCANIA party will capture the White|™ment to construct a temporary | bd eS 

JAM. 4 (From Boston JAM. 5) House next year regardless of/¢xit from the city parking lot) 0 Win new rien AY or arter a 

ition © Citindiees’s Ciiaons the Republican nominee. at E. Broad and Lawton sts. to eee V 0 e 

Nonies * Potras * Venice * Trieste He said President Eisenhow- yey ay this ——. 
er is “the best the Republicans 0 5tained, it recommended a 

ANDREA DORIA have to offer’ but “even the temporary exit to Lawton st 


JAN. 19, FEB. 13 greatest men in our history Residents from Lawton st. pro 


can Party.” and create noise. 


Gib pie es* “senoa could not have borne the dead tested against the exit, saying 
and regularly thereafter weight of the present Republi- it would endanger children € & 
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Hfalian Line the Commissioners urging res-'/budget goes to the Federal 
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“*Adds Tangier, Palerme. Omits P-TA spokesman, Mrs. Gloria quested to hire the teachers! 


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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
eee Tuesday, November 22, 1959 29 


Security Chiefs Fly to Meet President—Portrait of a Poet 


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Members of the Cabinet 
and the National Secu- 
rity Council flew from 
the Pentagon heliport to 
Camp David yesterday to 
meet with President 
Eisenhower. Above, De- 
fense Secretary Charles 
E. Wilson adjusts the 
safety belt of Attorney 
General Herbert Brown- 
ell, to the amusement of 
Treasury Secretary 
George Humphrey (right). 


Secretary of State John 

Foster Dulles scrambles 

aboard the Air Force heli- 

copter. 

Loaded with many of the eee a - ee ; j oe J Seats 
Administration's top lead- _— ——wTy Ht ’ 

ers, the H-21 “Flying Ba- Whi : 

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President Eisenhower 

has a hearty welcome for |, 
the Secretary of Stateon Ex 
the latter’s arrival at a 
Camp David. Mr. Eisen- 

hower came from his 
Gettysburg farm for the 
Security Council meeting. 


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The downtown Hecht department store got its Christmas 
season in full swing last night with the lighting of an 
8-story Christmas “tree.” Display has 4000 bulbs. 


By Harry Goodwin. Staff Photographer 
Members of a Moroccan mob stamp on the bodies of two men killed during an uprising over This character study of poet Robert Hillyer was taken at the 
the weekend in the. court yard of the palace in Rabat of the Sultan of Morocco, Sid! Moham- Library of Congress last night where he read lyrical poems 
med Ben Youssef. They were attacked for their part in deposing of the Sultan two years ago. from five centuries and a number of his own compositions. 


THE WASHINGTON POST ail TIMES HER ALD — He said he heard, The woman, who told police was shot. She said she t tywoman told police she “Their ear 5 id. off @ road) 
Melbourne ave, and Wen- 


Sg . Nevenber 9 demand money. He said ai in th ‘Brown merely intended to visit} Brown the driv. at E. 
_ 3 PR a. 0 event Ihe fired four shots trom a 22-00 ™ wont’ oe aenerele vst |Brown agent the evening diva. Melbourn Wilson 
caliber rifle in an attempt to cod thel gaat Montgomery County Det.jhe suggested picking up a sec-|Taylor, 9306 Caroline ave., Sil- 


the men drive into the school! scare the robbers when they re- 4partment, said she |Sats. Fred P. Thraillkill and|ond man and visiting the Bullis| ver Spring, who was delivering Taylor took down the license 
ad Jury parking lot and enter Kenney’s'turned to their car. second man fied when Brown'|Kenneth W. Watkins said the!School cook. copies of The Washington Post/number as Brown drove away, 


Gets Case of : 


ullis Thief | | BEE. 
Burglary charges against the 
companion of a man shot to 
death by the Bullis School 
football coach early Thursday 
were presenicd to a Mont- 
gomery County grand jury yes 
terday 
rhe charges are against a 
man in his mid-twenties who is 
not in custody. According to 


lice he was with Albert W 


rown, 36, listed at 1212 Hol 
brook st. ne., when Brown was 
shot by Coach Hugh R. Hen- N ISCO SAN DIEGO 
drix, 33. Police said the men 


were getting into their car 
after trying to rob the school 


cook, Charles Kenney, 38. 

The identity of the man with 
Brown was learned after police WES 
questioned a woman who has aii 
admitted being with the men ERI 


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during the attempted robbery 
A Washington Post and Times 
Herald route man who saw the 
trio an hour earlier gave police 
the license number of their 


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Hendrix told police he saw 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
32 Tuesday, November 22, 1955 oroon 


4 Gunmen in Market Holdup 
_Plead Guilty in Police Court _ 


Four gunmen arrested Fri-,bery counts. 
nf . a ve gun battle) Judge James Colosasto held 
with Alexa police after a all five for grand jury action. 
supermarket holdup pleaded The gang is accused of nearly 
guilty yesterday in Alexandria!20 area holdups. 

olice Court. Meanwhile Newark police re- 

A fifth member of the gang’ ported the capture last night 
pleaded innocent to two rob- of Charles Huff, about 25, at 


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an address supplied by Alex- 
andria police. Alexandria Det. 
Sgt. Francis Johnson said Huff 
was sought as the sixth mem- 
ber of the gang. He said a war- 
rant charging armed robbery 
would be sent to Newark. 

The reputed gang leader, 


Percy A. Thomas, 28, of 2884 
S. Lowell st., Arlington, and 
William M. Boyd, 23, of Route! 
2, Alexandria, admitted four') 
Alexandria robberies. | 

They were the $3800 holdup 
of the A. & P. Grocery Store| 
Friday; a $693 holdup of a’ 
delicatessen June 19; a $35 
service station holdup April 
27, and an attempted service 
station robbery May 6th. 

Thomas also pleaded guilty 
to slugging Donald Parsons, an 
employe of the A. & P. 

Jesse R. Moore, 27, of Route 
2, Alexandria, wounded by po- 
lice in the Friday holdup, 
pleaded guilty of robbery and 
felonious assault. James H. 
Murphy, 26, Route 1, Alexan- 
dria, also admitted the Friday 
robbery. 

Sunny F. Seagers, of 2457 S. 
Lowell st., Arlington, pleaded 
innocent to two robbery counts. 
Pélice described Seagers as 
driver of the getaway car in 
two holdups. 

Det. Sgt. Francis Johnson 
said the gang had an arsenal 
of six revolvers, two rifles and 
two shotguns. 


Narcotics Case. 


Ends in Mistrial 


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found him guilty of “excessive 


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‘Protester Gets 21 Days . 


The American Veterans rage 


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A crown of miniature swamp 
buggies and palmetto trees 
adorns the head of Leona 
Pilson, queen of the Naples 
(Fia.) Festival. She even has 
swampbuggy earrings. 


Court action against an at- 
tractive author, teacher and 
former model charged with 
possession of marijuana, end- 
ed in a mistrial yesterday in 


Alexandria Corporation Court. 
Sherri Martinelli, 31, of 3609 
Mount Vernon ave., Alexan- 


dria, was arrested June 26 dur-| 
narcotics |nicipal Court by Chief Justice 


i 


ing an area-wide 


roundup. 


Police said a vial of mari-| 
papers | correctly reported in Monday's 


juana and cigarette 
were found in Mrs. Martinelli’s 
chest of drawers. 

Judge William P. Woolls dis- 
charged the 12-man jury yes 


terday after Detective Charles) 


Baber testified he became sus-| 
picious of Mrs. 


Her attorney, Earl H. Davis, 


Martinelli | 
when he noticed “fresh needle |‘ 
marks on her left arm.” | 


protested Mrs. Martinelli was 
not charged with addiction and 
Baber’s testimony would preju- 
dice the jury. 

Baber said he went to the 
Mt. Vernon ave. address to ara 
rest another occu t on a 
fugitive warrant. He said Mr¢. 
Martinelli rushed away when 
he went inside. 

When he questioned her, he 
said. she told him the mari- 


juana belonged to a Washing. 


ton friend and she was writing 
a book about addicts. | 
Assistant Commonwealth's 
Attorney. Leslie Hall said he 
would ask for a new trial. 


Correction 


Willie Maurice Walls, 28, list- 
ed by police at 205 G st. nw., 
was held for the grand jury in 
$1000 bond on a charge of 
yoke-robbery yesterday in Mu- 


Leonard Walsh. 
Walls, whose address was in- 


editions of this newspaper as 
207 G st. nw., and a 17-year-old 
boy are accused of the $15 
yoke-robbery of Charles A. 
Jackson, 67, of 321 E st. ne., 
in the 200 block of F st. Satur- 
day night. The juvenile is be- 
ing held at the Receiving 
Home. 


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Mr. Allen W. Dulles, Director 
Central Intelligence Agency 
Washington 25, D. C. 


Dear Mr. Dulles: 


Rapuano report on a site for your new 


000 and $100,000,000. 


employees. 


above Shirley Highway. 


~~ 


Hoover to study this problem? 


penditures. 


building. 


Our opinion is based on the following facts: 


In view of the fact that the Clarke-Rapuano report stands, as far as we know, 
substantially alone in recommending the Langley site against the Winkler site, 
and in view of the fact that a long list of highly reputable authorities report 
that the use of the Langley site by C.I.A. would require improvements costing 
between 50 million and 100 million dollars, may we respectfully suggest the 
appointment of a committee headed by an eminent engineer such as Herbert 


_ We here in Alexandria are ready and willing to serve the C.I.A. with all 
its finest requirements without any such huge and unnecessary government ex- 


Sincerely yours, 


Leroy S. Bendheim, Mayor 
City of Alexandria, 


Virginia. 


MAY WE SUGGEST HERBERT HOOVER? 


We wish to thank you for making available to us a copy of the Clarke- 


We have studied this report which we understand was based on about a 
three months study. We find it incomplete, self-contradictory and weak. 


If this report were followed we believe it would cause a serious impact 
on the budgets of the District of Columbia, the State of Virginia and the Fed- 
eral Government by requiring unnecessary expenditures of between $50,000,- 


1, This report fails to mention soil and foundation conditions which 
seems elementary in selecting a site for a 46-million-dollar building. 


2. It: fails wo give any consideration to public transportation  facili- 
ties which are basic to the convenience of many thousands of your 


3. It reports that surrounding land is higher, but makes absolutely 
no investigation of such land. 


4. It fails to take note of the existence of several modern four-lane 
highways such as Leesburg Pike, Duke Street Extended, Columbia 
Pike, etc. ,and the authorized Jones Point Bridge. 


5. It fails to note that a C.I.A. building on the Winkler tract could 
be over one sixth of a mile removed from Shirley Highway and 


6. Ie is self-comtradictory because on page 10 it recommends “for 
immediate improvement” a six-lane Chain Bridge and expensive 
connecting highways on the District side, y 


b et in its appendix it states 
that these improvements are not necessary. : 


7. Ie fails to give any consideration to the fact that a Langley loca- 
tion would be in violation of the Comprehensive Plan of Develop- 
ment for the National Capital Area as accepted by Congress. 


ing, 
terd 


ay. 
The AFL-CIO, whose conven- 
tion opens Dec. 5, said Steven- 
son agreed to speak on Dec. 8. 


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York next month and President 

Eisenhower is expected to send 
a — message to the meet- 
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w. Y. Herald 


Tridune News Service 
EAST ORANGE, N. J., Nov.! 


2i—Adm, Lewis L. Strauss, 


~éhairman” of the Atomic En} 


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Motorist Misses 
Span by 6 Blocks 


CAMDEN, N. J., Nov. 21 
7—A North Jersey motor- 
ist landed in the Delaware 
River today when he 
missed the entrance to the 


shortage of{here and at the Edison home 
Benjamin Franklin Bridge 


ready dangerous” in West OF NJ 

n ange, : : 
scientists and engineers in the UD. use proposed, as a short- 
gineer and scientist in the coun 
try volunteer to conduct classes 


: J aa pease’ 
which was heard at a luncheon 
session on the opening day of 


em- 


_ | becoming scientists? 


Sr Tuesday, November 22, 1958 


Students Scorn Science Careers More Comfort Wearing 


OKLAHOMA CITY, Nov. 21 ,who works “alone” and is not/of teaching were done perhaps |, Here ba X pleasant way : 
#—What do high school stu- very social or friendly. the subjects would not be con-' an improved wouter “+ 
dents think about the idea of| Barnes said the comments sidered tough. upper and lower plates, 
pointed to the need for im-| “They don’t see the job pos a ee 
proved vocational counseling | sibilities from where they are,” 
and hinted that if a better job he said. 


superintendent of Oklahoma 


) 
the Thomas Alva Edison Foun- in physits, chemistry and 
dation’s two-day sixth n Foun mathematics in the secondary, 
which will make recommenda- Schools, for a few but certain 
tions on the shortage. About 160 "8mber of hours monthly. : 
engineers, scientists and educa-' As @ long-range measure, he 


tors are attending the institute proposed that the colleges make 
. i” a certain minimum .of credits 


~~~ |jn physics and chemistry a re- 


bankment and into the 
river at Pyne Point Park 
in the belief he was en 
route to the b toll 
gates. He waded through 
the water to safety, but 
an auto wrecker was wun- 
able.to remove the car. 
He was treated at Coop 


City schools, said a survey he 
conducted here indicates the 
youngsters have little or no de- 


science a life 


asked 100 high school ju- 
niors this question: 
“Why is it more students do 
not take science and math?” 


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The United States is losing 
“the cold war of the class 

cards for weeks. rooms” 

Let’s have a game training of scientists and en-| 


The answers were quite re- 
vealing, Barnes said. 

“Einstein! Long hair and 
sweatshirt,” one youth grim- 
aced. 


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The Soviet “challenge” is a 24-year-old Hyattsville wait 
“not one of technological qual-' ress last April 18. 
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Strauss said. Between 1950 and st. Hyattsville, was sentenced 
1960, he said, Russia is ex-| by Judge Charlies C. Marbury to 
sected to produce 1,200,000 an indeterminate term, not to 
against the United States 900,- exceed six years, in the Mary- 
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taught to really “understand” 
the subjects. 

They declared an education 
in science is expensive and, 


-after making the investment, 
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money.” And, on top of it all, 
who wants to be called a 
“square or a brain?” 

In his interviews, Barnes re- 
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school courses in math or sci- 
ence, which students may elect 
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“A timid, conservative, shy 
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Voter registration will get un- 
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which Root will sound out 7,,the Board ns an- 
upper county sentiment on the nounced yesterday. | MeKay said.in a pre 

new zoning ordinance, About 50,000 persons are ex- Speech he hoped Mexico would 
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Root, zoning consultant to the|contained the 2 and S-acre ~ the presidential primary |? large area of beautiful moun- 
County Council, that they|minimum lot requirements for here in Miy-—first official elec-| tainous country as a Mexican 
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Sacre lot requirements in the 
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Residents of the Damascus’ 


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Beard Denied 


idenied Washington gambler 
‘Samuel R. Beard’s second plea 
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‘tion on charges of income tax 
evasion. 

The high tribunal last month 
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The American Bar Association 
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Supreme Court to review, the 
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year ago by Judge William C. 
Coleman in the United States 


People Want 
NEWER HOMES 


But they go on living in their old home—waiting the 
day they can afford to finance the new home. We've 


be established elsewhere in the 


| 
‘city. 


2d Rehearing i 


The Supreme Court yesterday) th 


District Court for Maryland. He 
was accused of filing an income 
tax return for 1944 showing his’ 


heard that story often . .. and we've advised many to 
forget their worries and use our plan to achieve debt- 
free home ownership. The results are VERY gratifying. 
We ask you to come in to see us—to tell us your 
financing problems... you'll get far more than a mere 
loan when you finance here. 


Opens Bonpine A SSOCIATION 


Washington's Oldest Building and Loan Association 
600 F St. N.W. ESTABLISHED 1861 NA. 8-7300 


Government estimated it aft 


| $542,216.27. 


High School Services 

Thanksgiving services will be 
held at Arlington's two high 
ischools mn Thursday. Rev. 
James L. Robertson of Claren 
don Methodist Church will 
speak to students at Wakefield 
at 1:45 bp. m. Warren Cox, chair- 
man of the Arlington School 


jton - Lee at 1:30 p. m. 


: Whisky Seller Seized 


Board, will speak at Washing-| and William 


On the first day, registration 
take place in the Sth floor 
Board Room, with members of 
e Board of Commissioners 
and other local officials sched- 
uled to take part in a ceremony 
marking the event. 
“hereafter the registration 
point will be in a room now be- 
ing renovated on the northeast 


corner of the first floor of the) 


r’istrict Building. 


Prospective voters must be 


lover 21, have lived in the Dis 


trict 9 months prior to registra- 
tion, and not claim voting rights 
in any other state. 


United States by Texas. 


Greenbelt Council 


: 
: 


Gets 1956 Budget 


Greenbelt’s City Council was 
presented with a proposed 
‘budget of $350,833 for 1956 by 
‘City Manager Charles Mce- 
‘Donald last night. 

The budget calls for $18,500 
more than the 1955 budget. Mc-| 
'Donald said, of the proposed 
‘amount, $212,780 would come 
from other sources than the| 
property tax. 

He said that the cost to tax- 
payers would be $1.9721 per 
$100 as compared to $1.7075 per 
$100 in 1955. 


_- -—— 


By Police Fined $50. | 


Charles E. Shorter, 67, of 


income as $16,751.76 when the 2266 9th st. nw., was fined $50 


in Municipal Court yesterday 
on a charge of selling whisky 
without a license. He was ar- 
rested Sunday by the Metropol- 
itan Police liquor squad. 
Three other defendants ar- 


GOING 
FORMAL? 


Men ere wise 
te rent 
forma! weer 


rested on similar charges, had 
their cases set for jury trial 
next month. They are Frederick' 
M. Burruss, 51, listed at 4012) 
Minnesota ave. ne.: John W.! 
Byrd, listed at 747 Sth st. se.,| 
Wright, 34, ar- 
rested at 1010 7th st. se. 


MARTIN 
MANNING 


* 733 12th St. WN.’ 
* WNAtione!l 8-9899 
Free Porking 


e only iter cigarette with al 
these features a/apopular mie 


Encore has been designed as a luxury cigarette—from 
its premium tobacco to its custom mouthpiece to its 
crushproof box. Naturally, it has been one of the 
most expensive cigarettes. 


ENJOY THE ONLY RECESSED FILTER. 
MOUTHPIECE CIGARETTE AT A POPULAR 
PRICE. Encore not only gives you a 
filter, but also an open-end mouthpiece. 


But today, Encore costs you not a penny more than 
ordinary filter cigarettes making it the most outstand- 


ENJOY THE ONLY CIGARETTE-CASE 
PACKAGE. The top of the box swings 
open or shut with the flip of your finger. 
And inside you see the Twin-Ten Foil 
Packs that insure extra-freshness. 


ENJOY THE SAME QUALITY THAT SOLD 
AT A HIGHER PRICE. Light up and you 
will find the same top tobacco quality 
that has always sold at a higher price. 
And once you smoke your first pack, 
you'll keep saying, “Encore!” 


ing value in cigarettes today! 
Discover a new world of smoking enjoyment — at 
Encore’s new popular price. Ask for Encore today! 


Temporarily you may not be able to get Encore every- 
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Fhe Mowthpece 


| The Only Custom-Quatity Cigarette Al A Popular Price 
A PRODUCT OF UNITED STATES TOBACCO COMPANY 


f 


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HOLIDAY 
DECANTER 


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The regular bottle also comes 
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at no extra cost. 


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associates! It’s the samie 
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“Where Perfection of Product is‘ Tradition” 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Tuesday, November 22, 1955 


NY An) piu) 


“Serving Wechington for 29 Years” 


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PRE-THANKSGIVING DAY 


TELEVISION & APPLIANCE VALUES! 


1955 and 1956 floor samples and open stock . . . all nationally famous brands. . . all at tremendous savings! 


RANGES 


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$2 79-29 , ’ 
29 f 
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4 


TELEVISION 


$349.95 ‘53 G.E. Zin. TV 
le-Bey Console w/olum. 
tube . 


ADMIRAL 17- 


in. TV Ebony Teble Model, 


i! $159.95 “SS CROSLEY 21.in. 


n. 'V Welw 
| tube 


Teble w/olum. 


* $349.95 "55 EMERSON 21.-in. 
- 6TY6h6UCCensole Model 


\ $149.95 ‘55 MOTOROLA 17. 
> im. TV Blonde Toble Model. 


fobuiovs 29th 
ain ar ae 


WROUGHT 
IRON 


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$169.95 ‘SS ADMIRAL 71. 
in. TV Teble w/elum. tube, 
$229.95 “55 PHUCO 21-in. 
TV Mohegeny Console 


$149.95 “SS RCA I7-in. TV 
Table Mode! 

1795S CROSLEY 17.in. TV 
Walnut Teble Model with 
olum. 


1955 MOTOROLA 7I.in. TV 
Table Model w/alum. tube, 
$219.95 ‘SS ADMIRAL 21. 
in. TV Console w/alum. 
tube 

$329.95 ‘S53 WESTING.- 
HOUSE Z2I-in. TY Maheg- 
ery Conso 


955 PHILCO 2I.-in 
Ebony Teble Medel 
1955 RCA 2i-m. TY Teble 
Model w/clum. tube 
$229.95 ‘55 ADMIRAL 24-in. 
TV Teble Model w/alum. 
tube 


TV 


1955 ye. Inge oe + py 21. 
in. TV Toble Mede 


1955 EMERSON _ 17-in. 
Table Model 

$239.95 55 MOTOROLA 
2i.in. TV Console w/ alum. 
tube 

$199.95 ‘55 WESTINGHOUSE 
7l.in. TTY Deluxe Teble 
Model ' 


TV 


$339.95 "55 ADMIRAL 24-in, 
TV Mahogery Console . 


$159.95 “G5 Philee 17-in. TV 
Teble Model 


$249.95 "55 SCA 2i-in. TV 
Console w/alum. tube 


1955 EMERSON 174m. TY 
Teble Model w/alum. tube, 
$199.95 "55 WESTING- 
HOUSE 21-in. TY Consolette, 
$549.50 "55 ADMIRAL 21- 
in. TY 3-WAY COMB. with 
redie ond 3-speed phone. 
with doors 

$269.95 "55 MOTOROLA 24- 
in. TV Table Model 
$219.95 "S55 PHILCO 21-in. 
TY Swivel Console wee 
tube 


$769.95 ‘55 re 21.-in. 
TY Console Mode 
gre "SS PHILCO 21-in. 
V Mahogany Table Mode/ 
jg ‘55 , Brarmel R -in. 
. a 


195s WE 

TV Table Model 

1955 PHILCO 17-in. TV Me 
hogeny Consolette 

$399.95 ‘SS ZENITH 721.in, 
TV Plashmatic Consdle - 


$329.95 ‘55 PHILCO 24-in 
Blonde Consolette 
$419.95 ‘55 ADMIRAL 21.in 
TV 3-Wey Comb., blonde 
w/radio & 3-speed phono. 
ht 95 ‘55 EMERSON I7-in. 
Mahogany Table Model. 
08 "SS ADMIRAL Ti-in. 
TV 3-Wey Comb., mohogany 
w/radio & 3-speed phono. 
$349.50 "SS RCA 
Mahogony Console 
$399.95 ‘SS PHILCO 24-in. 
TV Console Model 


bat mg ‘SS _— 21-in. TV 
Conso 


Zin. TV 


$329.95 ‘SS PHILCO 21-in. 
TV Console Model 


$269.95 55 MOTOROLA ?1 
in. TV Blonde w/alum. tube 


$207.95 ‘SS RCA 21.in. TV 
Table Model 


$2739.95 "55 WESTINGHOUSE 
Zi-in. TY SBlende Table 
Model 

$349.95 "55 MOTOROLA 2}. 
in. TV Blonde Console 


$339.95 ‘SS aCA 2l.in. TV 
* Console Model . 


: S§oae.95 ‘s8 Cadsuty 21 -in. 
* TV Console w/phonograph . 


| $269.95 ‘SS PHILCO 21-in. 
TV Mahogany Teble Model 


$239.95 ‘55 CBS 2)-in. Me- 
hogany Table Medel w/up- 


pe ‘SS MOTOROLA 21. 
Model 
nl tube 


$299.-29 = 


> $249 95 


: $479.29: 
$89. 297 ts 
$99.29 

$159-29 
$96-29 

$12.4-29 
$129.29 
$116-29 


$124-292 


noes 


$419.95 ‘55 ——— 2 Cw. 


Ft. w/avte. 
wg ied yo se 10.2 Cy, 


$9.95 ‘35 5 orsrreetze m ' 
Cw. 34 Cw. 


_ "S55 CROSLEY 11 Cu. 
tie defrost 


$299.95 ‘55 HOTPOINT 10 

cu. . wievte. defrost & 
rer 

$299.95, 35 CROSLEY 9? Cy. 

Ft. w /prestomatic defrost & 

freezer 


_ ‘55 WESTINGHOUSE 
10 Cu. Ft. w/oevte. defrost 

$499.95 ‘55 DEEPFREEZE 11.1 
ce. B incl 38 Ce 
$299.95 ‘55 HOTPOINT 10 
Cu. ft. w/cress-top freezer 


e5 ‘KELVINATOR 
w/push-button 


"SS 


10.5 Cy. Mf. 


S detrest 
$149.29: $529.95 ‘SS ADMIRAL "24 
Ovel Temp 


$166-29: 
$124.29: » 
$139-29: 
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$119-29 

$99.29 


$1 39-29 
$1 94-29 
$11 7.29 
$4 76-29 
$11 7.29 
$144-29 


$2.76-29 
- $469-29 


$147.29 
$189-29 
$129.29 


$99:29 
$129-29 


$249.29 2 overs 


$167-29 


$216-29 

$7 7-29 
$199-29= 
$188-29: 
$239-29: 
$176-29 : 
$144-29: .. 

$99.29: 
$144.29 & 
$122.29: 
$129.- 29: = 
$167-29: 
$199.29: 
$119.29: 


$97.29: 
$129.29: 


. Dede. 
— 95 ‘55 MORGE 13 Cu. 
2 DOOR 


ees ~. ann 73 


$229.95 "55 CROSLEY 8 Cu. 
Ft. w/cress-top freezer 


wer "35 ay ene 7 Cu. 
Ft. w/cross-top free 

$367.95 ‘SS —~o 10.3 

Ce. . w/evte. detfros 


$269.95 "55 NORGE 10.4 Cu. 
. w/push-button row & 

freerer 

$349.95 °S5 CROSLEY ? Cu. 

Ft. w/prestomatic defrost 


$2679.95 ‘SS PRIGIDAIRE @ 
v. i. w/eress-top freezer 


$399.95 ‘55 HOTPOINT 10 
Cu. ha, wievte defrost & 


$529.95 ‘55 ADMIRAL ato 
emp. 


» Cw Bh. Ovel F 


$219.95 ‘SS FRIGIDAING F 
Cu. ft. w/treezer 


$399.95 "55 PHILCO 10.5 Cy. 
Ft. w/evte. defrost & freeze, 


$189.95 "55 WESTINGHOUSE 
6 Cu. Ft. w/eress-top freezer 


$459.95 ‘55 FRIGIDAIRE 11.2 
wu. Pe. 2-dr. 


$369.95 ‘SS FRIGIDAIRE 10 
Cu. FP. 


$239.95 ‘55 WESTINGHOUSE 
8 Cu. Fi. w/push-button de. 
frost 

$199.95 ‘55 INTERNATIONAL 
MARVESTER 7A Ge Ft. 
w/ freezer 


$199.95 "SS WESTINGHOUSE 
8 Cu. Pt. w/cross-top freeze, 
$529.95 ‘SS PHILCO 12.2 
Cc. Fh. 2dr. w/eute. 
detrost 

5S HWIFERNATION. 
Al HARVESTER 6.5 Cu. 
w/deer shelves 

$467.95 ‘SS WESTING 
HOUSE 12 Cu. Ft. w. aute. 


SUNTERNATION. 
Al HARVESTER 10 Cu. 
w push-button defrost 
$519.95 ‘S55 WESTING 
HOUSE 11.5 Cu. fF. 2-dr. 
w/eute. defrost 


FREEZERS 


we! Cw. 
7 
—_— 16 
‘SS SEN HUR 15 
. UPRIGHT 
$399. ‘SS DEEPFREEZE 12 
. UPRIGHT 


aoa ADMIRAL 0 Ce. ft 
UPRIGHT 


$499.95 ‘SS LEONARD 18 
Cu. ft. UPRIGHT 


eo ‘SS NORGE a Cw. 
. UPRIGHT ..... 


$499.95 ‘58 WESTING. 
HOUSE 14 Cu. Ft. UPRIGHT, 


"SS DGEPFREEZE 
Ft. CHEST 


‘SS NORGE 10 Cu 
Ft. cuest 


$399.50 
13.5 Cw. 


LAUNDRY 
EQUIPMENT 


WASHERS 
$299.95 "55 NORGE Deluxe $¥ 59. 29 


Siete $288-29 
$169.29 

$66-29 

$149.29 

$116-29 
$114-29 
$166-29 
$44.29 

$159.29 
$17'7-29 
$4122.29 
$106-29 
$122.29 
$124.29 


$159.29 
$99.29 


$199-29: 
feo 
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$198-29= 
$188-29 


$167-29 
$199.29 
$242.29 
$7 59-29 


$169-29 
$144-29 
$259.29 
$229-29 
$144.29 
$144-29 
$188-29 


$154.29 
$179-29 
$144-29 


$239-29 
$319.29 
$133.29 
$209-29 

$411.29 
$279-29 
$229.29 
$1 39-29 


$126-29 


$276-29 
$119.29 


$319.95 “55 HOTPOINT De. 
luxe AUTO. WASHER 


$139.95 "55 APEX WRINGER 
WASHER with sume 


229.95 ‘SS FRIGIDAIRE 


5 
AUTO. WASHER 


$229.95 ‘55 BENDIX AUTO 
WASHER w agitetor action, 
+ $199 9S “SS GE. 2Cycle 
AUTO. WASHER 


$299.95 ‘55 MAYTAG AUTO. 
WASHER w/agitetor ection, 


$79.95 "55 MONITOR Port. 
eble WRINGER WASHER 


$249.95 "SS BENDIX Super. 
metic AUTO. WASHER 


$299.95 ‘5S FRIGIDAIRE De- 
luxe AUTO. WASHER 
S1999S ‘SS MAYTAG 
WRINGER WASHER with 
pump 


$199.95 "53° BENDIX AUTO 
WASHER w/agitetor action, 


$239.95 "S53 NORGE AUTO. 
WASHER w agitator action, 
$2779.95 ‘SS + AUTO. 
MATIC WASHER 

$319.95 ‘35 WESTING.- 
HOUSE AUTO. WASHER 
w/ weigh seve door 
$159.95 ‘SS SENDIX Die- 
lamatic WASHER 
$279.95.'55 MAYTAG AUTO. 
WASHER w agitator action, 
$239.95 55 WHIRLPOOL 
AUTO. WASHER w/agitoter 
action 

$139.95 ‘55 NORGE WRING.- 
ER WASHER with pump 
$142.45 ‘SS MAYTAG 
WRINGER with pump 


$339.95 ‘55 BENDIX AUTO. 
WASHER 


$118-29 
$66-29 
$99.29 
$17 7-29 
$7 4-29 
$109.29 
$99.29 


DRYERS 
498-29 = 
$95-29 


$199.95 ‘S55 THOR WRING- 
ER WASHER with pump 
$199.95 ‘SS WHIRLPOOL 
WRINGER WASHER 


$239.95 ‘55 M ssees Semi - 
Auto. WASHER 


Si91.55 ‘SS KELVINATOR 
; BtECS ORYVER, TIC 220 ee 


$169 95 ‘35 WESTING.- 
= HOUSE ELECTRIC ORVER 


$149.29: 


$469.95 "SS FRIGIDAIRE 40. 
in. ELECTRIC RANGE with 
ovens 


$109.95 35 COLUMBUS 
Apt.-Size GAS RANGE 


} $239.95 ‘55 NORGE 41-in. 


GAS RANGE 


$189.95 ‘SS FRIGIDAIRE 30. 
im. ELECTRIC RANGE 


$239.95 ‘SS TAPPAN 30.-in. 
ELECTRIC RANGE 


S199.9S ‘SS ADMIRAL 4. 
im. ELECTRIC RANGE 


$239.50 ‘SS TAPPAN 36-in 
GAS RANGE 

119.95 ‘SS. COLUMBUS 34. 
in. GAS RANGE 


179.95 ‘SS TAPPAN 3é-in. 
ELECTRIC RANGE 


229.95 
Size ELECTRIC 


194.50 ‘55 TAPPAN 36-in. 
GAS RANGE 


219.95 “SS FRIGIDAIRE 30- 
in. ELECTRIC RANGE .... 


$467.95 ‘35 WESTING 
HOUSE 4.-in. ELECTRIC 
RANGE 

$149.95 ‘55 NORGE 30-in. 
GAS RANGE 


"SS FRIGIDAIRE Full. 
RANGE 


$337.95 ‘55 WESTING. 
HOUSE Full-Size BLECTRIC 
RANGE 


$169.95 ‘55 NORGE 34-in. 
GAS fANGE 

$257.95 “55 WESTING-. 
HOUSE Win. SLECTRIC 
RANGE 


$999.95 ‘55 NORGE @.-in. 
Deluxe GAS RANGE 
$249.50 ‘55 TAPPAN 34-in. 
ELECTRIC RANGE 

$199.95 “55 NORGE W-in. 
GAS RANGE 

$3464.50 “55 TAPPAN FPull- 
Size GAS RANGE 

$329.95 ‘S55 ADMIFAL 4. 
in. ELECTRIC RANGE 
$240.95 ‘SS UH &-in. 
ELECTRIC RANGE 


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$119.29 ;; 


$419.29 'f 
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$279-29 


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$197-29 | 


$187.29 | 
$1 | ie q 


OPEN STOCK FANS 
70% OFF 


WAREHOUSE ONLY 


$259-29 
$166-29 
$2.79-29 


$274.95 “55 MAYTAG ELEC. 
; TRC ORTER 


- $159-29 = 
$89.29 
$99-29 
$96-29 

$133-29 = 
$86-29 

- $446-29: 


$158.88 ‘SS BENDIX ELEC 
DRYER, 110-220 » 


$179.95 ‘SS 
ELECTRIC DRYER 


FRIGIDAIRE 
$149.95 ‘55 ox ELEC 
TRIC .ORVER, 110.220 x 


$267.95 ‘55 WHIRLPOOL 
imperial ELEC. DRYER . 


$169.95 ‘56 CONLON ELEC. 
TRIC =ORYER 


$257.95 ‘55 FRIGIDAIRE All. 
= Porcelain ELEC. DRYER 


$167-29 
* $237.29: IRONE 

$288. 292 = $279.95 '55 BENDIX ot — 
9199-295 St a 
$198.29: 291 
$159.29: = Sar $2629: 
$259-29 Beinn 
$219.29 : 
$167-29 
$189-29 
$196-29: 


$297.95 ‘SS IONRITE 
Deluxe CONSOLE IRONER 


DISHW ASHERS 


$199.95 ‘55 JAMES Portable 
AUTO. DISHWASHER 


$249.95 ‘SS APEX Portable 
AUTO. DISHWASHER 


$289.50 ‘55 JAMES Portable 
AUTO. DISHWASHER 


$98.29 = 
$14.4-29: 


“AT ALL 3 STORE LOCATIONS 
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY--9 A. M. to 9 P. M. 


Downtown Store 


Snhée 


Sts., N.W. 


\ 


Warehouse 


Store 


2146-24th 
| Place, N.E. 


Northeast Store 


St., N.E. 


FLOOR SAMPLE 


TV_TABLES. & BASES |' 


7% 10 80% OFF | 


VACUUM CLEANERS 


ATTACHMENTS 


10% 10 69% OFF 


10,000 CU. FT. 
CAPACITY 


$129.95 ‘55 CORY Fresh-N-Aire 


DEHUMIDIFIER 


‘84* li 


desired. 
= to prior sale! 
= all stores. 


EASY 
TERMS 


= Sorry, no mail, phone or = with | i 
= orders. Take your purchases w 
$119-29: you and save delivery costs. 
= stallation and service extra, where | 
All merchandise subject : 
Not all models at 


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Save on New Modern and Traditional 


FURNITURE | 


2-PC. SOFA BED SUITE. Sofa bed opens 


to sleep two .. . with match- $89 


; FOLDING COTS. Complete with 


ing chair. Our reg. $169.95. 
3-PG. BEDROOM SUITE 
Double dresser, chest and bookcase 


bed... blue mink and oak 5 
finish. Our Reg. $199.95... 130 


Double dresser, | 


3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE. Dresser, 
chest and bed. Our Reg. $159.95 


3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE. 


chest, bookcase bed . . 
finish. Our Reg. $209.95. 


BIRTHDAY SPECIAL! 


INNERSPRING MATTRESSES. 


Choice of full or twin $90 
20 | 


HOLLYWOOD BEDS. Mattress and box 


er < 
we 


_ = = 
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mattress. Our Reg. $29.95 .... 


| spring on legs, twin size. 
1 Our Reg. $59.95 


| CONVERTIBLE SOFA. Opens to sleep two 


» « « with separate innerspring $ We 
mattress. Our Reg. $229.95... 125 if 
2-PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE. King-size sofa | 
and matching chair. 


CRIB MATTRESSES 


Innerspring with non-wet ond 
tic cover. Our Reg. $12.95.. 


7 


foam rubber cushions: Our Reg. 


| 
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|| STUDIO COUCHES: Open to twe 


2-PC. SECTIONAL SOFA. With 


120 
~ $48 | 
“$33 | 


144) 
25) 


twin. beds. Our Reg. $79.95. 


SOFA LOUNGES. Convert into full- 
length bed. Our Reg. $59.95. . 


2-PC. WROUGHT IRON SOFA BED 
SUITE. Sofa bed and matching 
chair. Our Reg. $199.95 


LOUNGE CHAIRS. In assorted 
styles and colors, Our Reg. $59.95 


Modern wrought iren. Ovr 


DESK-CHEST. Choice of maple or 


mahogany finish. Our Reg. $54.95 


| 
$29 || | 
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+32 
$79 | 


SWIVEL ROCKERS. Beautiful nylon 
and foam rubber. Our Reg. $99.95 


MATTRESSES AND BOX SPRINGS 
All famous brands 


20% to 40% OFF 


lorning... 


With Shirley Povich 


AT THE OUTSET of this Army-Navy football busi- 
ness, which began in 1890, Navy had an unfair advan- 
tage over the West Point athletes. Navy won that game, 
24-0, with Army in the role of country cousins. You see, 
Army had never played a football game before, but in 
1890 the sport was 11 years old at Navy. 

Well, sir, worse than that were some of the tactics Navy 
used to win that game at West Point, pen | 
where a football field had been marked * 
off for the first time in history. As 
one chronicler of the game reported 
it for an Army publication, the Mid- 
shipmen could not be trusted. 

“The Cadets became indignant at 
one Navy play,” the account reads. 
“The fullback dropped back to kick 
and when he got the ball, instead of 
kicking as he had clearly promised 
us, he ran the whole length of the — 
field with it and made a touchdown. | 
“It was clearly a false statement for ~ 
any officer and a gentleman to an- 
nounce he was going to kick a ball 
and then do something else with it. To our surprise and 
disgust the official let it stand. | 


ANY FAIR-MINDED person could be very sympathetic with 
Army, an@ that’s the way I feel with another Army-Navy 
football game coming up on Satutday. I don’t mind alerting 
Army to what I happen to know about this latest Navy foot- 
ball team, and I don’t consider it blabbing. I’m warning Army 
that this new Navy team can't be trusted either, and has made 
a practice all season of misleading the opposition as to its 
intent. 

The worst miscreant has been George Welsh, the Navy 
quarterback and a real peccable guy. He uses the high- 
sounding term Option Play to cover up his embezzlement of 
yardage. His favorite tactic is to practically promise you a 
running play, only to wind up throwing a pass. Navy con- 
siders that the only crime involved in Welsh’s: thieving, 
ground-gaining operations is getting caught with the goods, 
behind the line of scrimmage. 

If Army in 1890 believed Navy to be something else than 
officers and gentlemen on the football field, then by 1890 
standards this year’s Navy team is not only un-officer like 
and no gentlemen, but actually subversive, heels of the lowest 
type, and worse than that. This Navy team is being coached, 
with full approval of the Secretary of the Navy, to fake the 
West Pointers out of their cleats under the guise of being 


honorable men. 


AFTER SEVERAL YEARS of ersatz football during which 
Navy teams got walloped regularly by Army, Annapolis got 
bright and put in a system of Erdelatz football. It has paid 
off with four victories over Army in five years under Coach 
Eddie Erdelatz, who has had a principal role in the high con- 
spiracy against Army teams. 

The-first year. Erdelatz got. to Navy, he beat an Army team 
he wasn't supposed to lick. He put in what he called a loop- 
ing lime defense, playing his lineman a yard back from the 
scrimmage line. But somehow when Army backs tried to 
get that undefended yard it wasn't there. Nobody has ever 


satisfactorily explained that one to Army yet, or to me, either, ! 


and it is a continuing mystery to all except Erdelatz and his 
Navy spirators. 

Awother charge that could be properly leveled at Erdelatz 
and his Navy men, and one that is hardly the mark of gentle- 
men, is that of immodesty. .There have been years when Navy 
was not supposed to have a ghostly chance of beating Army, 
yet in the most matterof-fact terms, Erdelatz has insisted, 
“We shall win. We have the better team.” He is risking his 
eard in the coaches union which considers it unseemly to 
praise one’s own product, particularly before a big game. 


NAVY PEOPLE ALL DOWN the line simply delight in 
promising Army one thing and performing another in this 
football game. Take Ron Beagle, the all-America end, for 
example. He races down field clamoring for passes he has 
no intentions of catching because they won't be aimed his 
way, but as a decoy-he draws off defenders who leave other 
. Navy receivers open. The next time downfield he's apt to 


display no interest at all in a forward pass until he winds | 


up catching it. : 
Navy teams are not to be trusted either, on their physical 


appearances. Down at New Orleans before the Sugar Bow! 
game last winter, Mississippi scouts smirked when they noted 
the size of the Navy kids, who, compared to Ole Miss’ rhinos, 
had not yet attained full boyhood. But Navy Trojan-horsed 
its young wildcats into a 21-0 victory, leaving Ole Miss with 
an eternal skepticism toward everything Navy, including re- 
crulting posters. 

Mississippi isn’t sure, for instance, that you can join the 
Navy and really see the world. George Welsh, destined to 
be one of the fine officers, is apt to give them only a quick 

-peek-at the world, then hide. it from them like he does the 
football. Navy teams, which began by hoodwinking Army 
in 1890 haven’t changed much in that department. They are 
very happy with their evil arts. 


ao 


Oklahoma 
Sull No. 1; 
Mich. State 


Now Second 


NEW YORK, Nov. 21 #—Ok- 
lahoma remained the Nation’s 
No.+ 1 football team in the 
weekly Associated Press Na 
tion-wide poll today, but Michi- 
gan State finally ousted Mary- 
land from second place in the 
rankings by a narrow margin 
of only six points. 

With 209 of the Nation's 
sports writers and broadcasters 
sending in ballots, the Sooners 
grabbed 114 first place votes 
and stacked up 1889 points on 
the basis of 10 for first, 9 for 
second, etc. Oklahoma, unbeat- 
en in nine games, drubbed 
Nebraska last week, 41-0. 

A week ago, Maryland held 
second place by a scant eight 
points over Michigan State, but 


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ports 


CLASSIFIED 
RADIO-TV 


AMUSEMENTS 


Navy Drills 
For Army 
With Ear to 


: 


TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1955 


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Michigan (7-7) 
Pittsbur <i) ¢3-#) = 
Miami { > 2) (6-8). 
Misstest (8-1) newt 
Miami (Ohie) (8-@) 
Stanford (6-3-1) ...« 
Duke (6-8-1) 
Vanderbilt (7-2) .. 
Byracuse (5-3) 

(West Virginia received ene Oret place 
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\last Saturday the Spartans 
‘thumped Marquette, 33-0, while 
Maryland had a tougher time 
7 George Washington, 


Michigan State received 39 
first place ballots, and wound 
up with 1689 points while Mary- 
land had 35 firsts and 1683 


FOR CARDOZO—Theése are exciting days at Cardoze High 
School 4s students, especially the cheer leaders, prepare for 
Friday night's Schoolboy championship football game at 


points. 

UCLA, which ground out a' 
17-7 victory over Southern 
California, moved up from 
fifth to fourth place with 1374; 
points, displacing Notre Dame, ' 
which dropped to fifth. 

The top four teams will meet 
in two major New Year's bow! 
games, Oklahoma vs. Maryland 
n Miami's Orange Bowl, and 
UCLA vs. Michigan State in 
the Pasadena Rose Bowl. 

There was only one absentee 
from the top 10 this week— 
Michigan—which was rocked, 
174, by Ohio State. Sixth last 
week, the Wolvérines lost their 
chance for the Rose Bowl and 
skidded to 12th in this week's 
ratings. 

The vacancy in the top 10 was 
taken over by Auburn, which) 
trounced Clemson, 21-0, and 
took over as No. 10 team. Au-) 
burn is a prime prospect for! 
some bowl such as the Sugar 
‘at New Orleans, or the Dallas 
Cotton Bowl. | 

The final AP poll of the 
season for the national cham- 
pionship will be next week. 


‘Cites Florida 


Dodd Blasts 


Pressure Boys 


by Dodd, head football coach 
and athletic director at Georgia 
Tech, today blasted football 


and cited Florida as a specific 


example: 
Speaking before the Atlanta 

Touchdown Club, Dodd said too 

much emphasis is being placed 


Gees te Army-Navy Game 


L. A. Bosin Makes Habit 
Of Winning Last Contest 


on a coach’s won-lost record and 
commented that most of the} 
coaches he’d like his son to play 
for are being forced out of the 


“They've either resigned un- 
der. pressure or have been 
fired,” Dodd said. 

He cited the current talk of 
buying up Florida Coach Bob 
Woodruff's contract as an “un- 
fortunate” example of pressure 
being applied by alumni and 
fans who demand winning 


ATLANTA, Nov. 21 i—Bob-|dems-4" 


“pressure” groups in general)! 


game. ' 


s 
Bow 


By Prank Hoy. Staff Photographer 
Griffith Stadium. Cardozo is In the big game for the first 


time as the Interhigh champion against Gonzaga, Catholic 
league champion. This is part of the girls cheering section. 


Contest Victors 


. 


Take Final 
Exam Today 


Two all-expenses-paid trips to 
Miami, Fla,.each for two per- 
sons, and two ets 
to the Orange | game will 
be at stake tonight when the 
winners and runners-up of the 
Pick-the-Wimners football con- 
test take the special runoff 
exam. 

Ten weekly winners and 23 
runners-up of the contest spon- 
sored by The Washington Post 
and Times Herald will meet! 
at 7 p. m., in Room 122 of the | 
Lee House at 15th and L sts. 
nw. | 

The two contestants with the 
best entries will have the won- 
derful opportunity of spending 
a glorious holiday weekend in) 
Miami. And it will be culmi-| 
nated by attendance at the! 
Orange Bowl Monday, Jan. 2, to! 
watch Maryland and Oklahoma 
battle it out, 

The weekly winners and run- 
ners-up will be called on to 
pick the winners of the follow- 
ing games: 

FRIDA 

est 


NIGHT — N Carelin 


Atecles Rams- 

San Francisce iSers- 
SCORE GAMES—Navr. 
D Te Califernia, 
Redskine- tsbersh Steei- 


y=y, Notre 


Culmone, Sorenson 


“lof the Oregon game that they 


is-|day 35-0, and ended the season 
Saturday with a 27-7 loss to 


ns 


Fined by Pimlico 


| PIMLICO, Md. Nov. 21} JACKSONVILLE, Fia., Nov. 


Maryland Jockey Club stew-' 
ards, after an investigation this: 
morning, termed Saturday's 
jockey fist fight a draw. At 
least, they issued two rulings. 

Joe Culmone was fined $200 
for fighting with Bernie Soren- 
son and Bernie Sorenson was 


aoeee 1-9 Season 


| Washington State Fires At Cardozo 


| Cheerleaders 


Football Coach Kircher W»0°0p tt Up 


Noy. 


PULLMAN, 
ball coach at W gton 


The school said it 


Cardozo High students, teach- 
(#—Al Kircher was fired as foot) ers and parents and relatives 
tate College tonight after one of 


the Cougars’ worst seasons in history. 
is buying up the one year left on his con-) 


their pride for their undefeated 
football team Friday night at 


tract for $12,500. ; 

Clement French said the ac-| 
tion also affects two of Kirch-| 
ner’s assistants, Line Coach | 
Mike Scarry and End Coach’! 
Dale Gentry. 

Freshman Coach Dan Stavely | 
presumably will keep his job. | 

The Cougars won only one of; 
10 games this year and Kirchner | 
has been under fire from 
alumni. 

Dr. Kirchner. said- the deci- 
sion was made on the recom- 
mendation of Stan Bates, the) 
athletic director. | 

A statement from WSC said, 
the decision was “difficult to 
make” and refered to Kirchner 
and his aides as “perfect gentle- 
men.” 

Kirchner was hanged in! 
effigy on the campus by stu- 
dents during the season but his 
team stood behind him and is- 
sued a statemeent on the eve 


alone were to blame for the bad 


year. 
WSC lost to Oregon the next 


arch-rival Washington. 
Tatum Contesses 
His Build-wps Are; 


For Gate Reasons 


21 #”—Before the football sea- 
son when -Coach. Jim. Tatum 
called this his greatest Mary- 
land team he was just talking 
to sell tickets, he “confessed 
tonight. ; 

“Our fans won't fight that 
traffic up there to come to the 


Griffith Stadium. 

“Everyone is going to the 
game,” one of the school’s 
cheerleaders was bragging yes- 


terday.. “We're going to let the 
boys know how proud we are of 
them.” | 
Cardozo faces Catholic 
League champion Gonzaga at 8 
p. m. Friday for the City School- 


Tickets for Friday’s 
City Title Game 
On Sale Downtown 


Tickets for the City School- 
boy Champienship Football 
Game at Griffith Stadium 
this Friday night are on sale (boy football championship. 
at five downtown locations. Assistant coach Joe Drew 

Cardoze, representing the says the support for the team 
Interhigh League, will meet |5¢250n has been great but the 

whole school is going to attend 
the Catholic League cham (Friday's title contest. “We, sold 
pion in the big game. 1500 tickets for our Interhigh 

Tickets are available at the areeng se pA pop with Spin- 

airw garn last week and we're going 
4 clin aie ey 1328 G | to sell a lot more than that this 
Shop, 2804 14th st. nw.; The The entire schoo! is talking 
Touchdown Club, 1414 I st. football these days. It's re 
nw., and the lobby of The placed the usual ‘ between- 

¥ classes conversation for Cardo- 
Herald, 1515 L st. nw. Box 
seats are $2, reserved seats, 
$1, and student tickets can 


Spingarn, Armstrong and 
other Interhigh League schools, 

be purchased at the schaols 

for 50 cents. 


which lost out to Cardozo dur- 
ing the regular season, will be 


for the league representative. 


‘cigars 


Bow! Bid 


By Martie Zad 
Mal Revorter 


ANNAPOLIS, Md., Nov, 21 
Navy's football team turned its 
eyes to the Army game Satur. 
day, but all ears around the 
Academy were listening to 
rumors about Navy's bowl 
chances, 

The same situation prevailed 
last year when Navy held up 
the announcement of its inten- 
tions of playing in the Sugar 
Bowl until after it beat Army. 

If Navy beats Army in Phila- 
delphia Saturday the .Cdtton 
Bowl will give the Middies an 
official invitation. 

Navy acceptance of a bid 
rests with Navy officials in 
Washington, and no one here 
will go out on a limb and pre- 
dict the action of superiors 
in Washington. 

much is certain. If 
Navy beats Army this year’s 
feam would like to go to a 
bowl. 

Because Navy played in the 
Sugar Bowl last year it will 
pass the New Orleans folks this 
time and play in the Cotton 
Bowl in Dallas, Tex. 

Regardless of any political 
pressure Navy will listen to 
the pleas from Texas to bring 
the Academy's team to the 
Lone Star State, 

The players are ready to 
play in either bowl, if they whip 
the Cadets. Should Army win 
there will be no bowl game for 
Navy. 

A bow! announcement can be 
expected immediately after the 
game. The decision currently 
rests with th officials in Wash- 
ington, headed by the Chief of 
Naval Operations, Adm. A. A. 
Burke and Secretary of the 
Navy C. S. Thomas. 

If they recommend accepting 
the bowl bid from Dallas, Navy 
will accept it. 

On the practice field the play- 
ers cheered the return of team 
captain, John Hopkins. Hoppy 


‘thas been out for four days with 


some jaw and teeth trouble, but 
came out for work today with 
a special brace in his mouth 
and a helmet with a chin guard 
especially devised for him by 
Naval Dentists. 

“Hoppy will not only be ready 
for the Army game, he will 


the players are going to show start,” said coach Eddie Erde- 


latz. 

| The Middies took a short 
| scrimmage today and ended 
‘rough stuff for the week. Navy 
‘also had a workout yesterday, 
Sunday, after missing Satur- 
day's drill because of a snow 
storm. 
| Jt was the first time Navy 
‘worked out on Sunday in the 
‘memories of the “Old Salts” on 
hand 


; 


Billy Robertsons 


Have Daughter 


Billy Robertson, supervisor 
of personnel at Griffith Sta- 
dium, was passing out the 
yesterday after the 
‘birth of his first daughtes, Kim- 
berly Buss, at Georgetown Hos- 
pital yesterday afternoon. Both 
mother and daughter are doing 
well, 


Results 


HIGH SCHOOL FOOTRALL 
Wheaten 45..... Richard Moentgomers 6 
HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER 
Gwran Park &......Primce Frederick 3 
COLLEGE BASKETBALL 


at the ball park, too, ta cheer 


Christian. Brothera (Memphis) - 
Lees Junier Collese i> 


‘It’s even better than 
‘sweet-mash’ bourbon’’.:! 


‘ 4 > 


“‘Even smoother than 


‘sour-mash” bourbon”’ 


0 


Leonard A. Bosin, 11011 Bucknell dr., Silver Spring, a winner 
fn the final weekly Pick-The-Winners football contest sponsored 
by The Washington Post and Times Herald a year ago, won 
the final contest again this season. 

The Naval Ordnance Laboratory employee picked 18 of the 
20 games correctly and missed} is aR. 4 «he 
by a sizigle point in picking the’ " ruff is among Several coaches 
score 6f the Yale-Harvard game. |keeps bay hoy in Cota | who have experienced the same 

1 20 to 7. Yale won, |2/¥e- e sharres an apartment thing down there. 
ae as . ' with Jerry O'Connor, also a| “Woodruff didn't go to Flori- 
at te % _ (Hoya den tasl dtutenat, AAA | da as an unknown straight from 

Last year Bosin won the fin ,, dental student. at 3619 College. He went there as an 
al contest and two tickets and “°Y® Cental student, @ established coach at $17,500 a 
expenses to the Army-Navy| White Haven Parkway. eo after making a reputation 
game, but had to miss the Serv-/ One point behind McHale for with a fine record at Baylor. 
ice Classic because of an opera-'¢nird place was Department of| “He's had relatively good 


tion. lsuccess as a coach at Florida 
He wop the same prize this [mterior attorney G. F. Kloth,) 4 |. sthietic director, he has 


year and vows he won't miss|2111 16th Street N.. Arlington.'set yp one of the finest minor 
the game in Philadelphia Sat-A graduate of George Wash- sports programs in the coun- 
urday.In the runoff contest last/ ington University, Kioth has try. Woodruff and other coaches 
ar for a trip to the Rose Bowl, been entering the contest since|shouldn’t be condemned mere- 
Bosin finished second. it started nine years ago. ly for their won-lost record.” 
This year he will join nine; “The contest keeps me in| Woodruff now is in the sixth 
other weekly winners and 23! football. I worked on my entry year of a seven-year contract 
runnersup who will compete to-}each week,” he said. and already has established a 
night for the econtest’s grand; Kloth’s prim iry interests in)! 
prizes, two all-expenses-paid'sports are baseball and golf. 
trips, each for two persons, to | But, he said his ‘.tetest in foot- 
spend New Year's in Mi-|ball grows each week when he 


teams. Florida stands 45 for 
the season with Miami yet to 
play. 

“Maybe there's something 
wrong at Florida other than 
coaching,” Dodd said. “Wood- 


fined $200 for fighting with Joe stadium unless they think they 
Culmone, The riders became are seeing the best,” Tatum ex- 
involved in fisticuffs while|plained in a talk to the Jack- 
weighing in after the second sonville Quarterback Club. 

race which was run in a snow; And, he predicted, he prob-' 
storm. Fellow jockeys sep-|ably will say again before the 
arated them before any real/start of next season that he! 
damage. has his greatest Maryland team. 


Alse Faster Than UCLA 


Stantord’s Taylor Claims | 
Michigan State Hits Harder| 


PaO anes “Wy Nov. 21; “All right, then,” he said. 
u he one football coach in «yw : | 
the country who possibly could ae = Me he ary ey 

know firsthand, indicated today ‘ . ‘ 
he thought Michigan State the days we played both teams, 
inight have an edge over UCLA! Michigan State was the better. 
|} in the Rose Bowl game. 
‘Chuck Taylor ‘of Stanford, in 
of being the 


and only “mellow-mash ” bourbon... 
Mellow Yellowstone 


ami, Fla., and tickets to the) 
Orange Bowl football game. 
Bosin is a native of Arlington 
where he attended Washington- 
Lee High School. He is a grad- 
uate of George Washington Uni- 


tries to figure out the contest. 
“I always hoped I'd win one, 
but never dreamed it would 
happen,” Kloth said. 
e two runnersup received 
tickets to a home game of the 
Washington Redskins and will 


Southeastern Conference com- 
peas with five victories and 
wo 8. 


regular season play, hedged a 
little on naming the winner of 
the Jan. 2 game. 

“You're not going to get mie 
to stick my meck out clear 


For over 100 years, people have been 
discovering something “new” in old 


Kentucky .. 


. a different bourbon, 


remarkably free of bite. 


versity and attributes his suc- 


i men It has the best features of sweet and 


sour-mash bourbon. It’s a step better 
—mellow-mash, the exclusive Yellow- 
stone way of achieving full-bourbon 
flavor with light body. 

“NO.BITE”’ BOURBON 


Yellowstone, inc., Louisville, Kentucky, Division of Glenmore Distilleries Company 


compete in tonight's and 
ale with this week's r. 


'Yale Picks Owseichik 
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 21 

) Owseichik Jr., 
a 20-year-old junior from Green- 
‘field, Mass., tonight was elected! 
| Yale's football captain for.next 
season, 


down to Pasadena,” he said, 
grinning. oing to pick| basis that U 
the winner. I just do that when 

my own team is playing and 
then the spot I'm on is all my 
own.” 


Reminded that he was 
and 


THE ORIGINAL 
_, Distilled and bottled by 


hometown of 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
38 Tuesday, November 22, 1955 a: 


Shh Bethe Anda tate AA eta ane oe eee 


Buy Tickets for Big Game 


Tickets for the City School- | ye ae oe 
Championship Football nw.; Mitchell's Sports 
pad yee | Shop, 2804 14th st. nw.; The 
Game at Griff_th Stadium 
this Friday night are on sale | mw. and the lobby of The 
at five downtown locations. Washington Post and Times 
Cardozo, representing the | Herald, 1515 L st. nw. Box 
Interhigh League, will play seats are $2, reserved seats, 
Gonzaga, Catholie League $1, and student tickets can 
champion, in the big game. | be purchased at the schools 
Tickets are available at the | for 56 cents. 


4 


Club, HMM I st. 


PAUL LAMB 
Menager of New Gateway 
Office in Suitland 


PAULINE LEE GUY HARPER, 111 RUSS MAYES 


Bethesda Maneger Mt. Rainier Manager Rosslyn Manager 


May We Help You With 


Will Name 
Team Today 


NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 21 
(INS)—Sugar Bowl officials dis- 
closed today that they have se- 
lected the team which will face 
a Southeastern Conference foe 
in the annual classic on Jan. 2. 

The officials, however, said 
the announcement will not be 
released until 8 a. m. (CST) to- 
morrow and requested news- 
men not to “speculate” on t he 
team they have selected. 

The team selected was identi- 
fied to sports writers at New 
Orleans on a confidential basis. 
and on condition the annoufice- 
ment be held up until Tuesday 
morning. 


Pappy Lewis to Coach 
In Miami Shrine Game 


MIAMI, Fila. Nov. 21 W 
Coach Art (Pappy) Lewis of 
West Virginia today was named 
as one of the coaches for the 
North team in the Shrine’s 
North-South All-Star football 
game in the Orange Bowl on 
Dec. 26. 


Lewis replaces Coach Duffy 
Daughterty of Michigan State, 
who originally was named as a 
North coach but dropped out 
when his team won a Rose 
Bowl invitation. 

Wally Butts of Georgia and 
Rex Enright of South Carolina 
will coach the South squad in 
the annual charity affair. Senior 
players from colleges through- 
out the Nation make up the two 
| squads. 


Hardin-Simmons 


May Go to Sun Bowl 


EL PASO, Tex., Nov. 22 (INS) 
Sun Bowl officials in El Paso 


Sugar Bow! |[ 


OUT IN DETROIT the other night, I had dinner with 
Spike Briggs, “interim” boss of the Tigers. At the mo- 
ment, Spike doesn’t know what's going to happen to his 
baseball team which, apparently, must be sold by next 

At any rate, it wasn’t about baseball that 
concerned for the moment. He was 
made president of a charity football 
game similar to the one The Wash- 
ington Post and Times Herald and 
the Touchdown Club are sponsor- 
ing at Griffith Stadium this Friday 
night. 

The Detroit game also had the In- 
ter-high champion against the Cath- 
olic League titlists and, of course, it 
turned out to be a tremendous suc- 
cess. . 

It was snowing Friday night in De- 
troit and there was a nasty wind shiv- _ 
ering the air but the game was an Addie 
assured success before it started. The 
reason was that Spike and his committee sold over $75,000 

Addie 


Spike was 


~~ 


worth of tickets. 

For many years, people in the business have been saying 
that Detroit is one of the finest sports towns in the country. 
There have been many examples of proof. 


THE DETROIT LIONS, for instance, are having one of 
their worst seasons and yet every game has been a sellout. 
There could be an argument that the Lions are still riding 
oa the success of the last three years and thus sold a lot of 
season tickets. But the Lions never saw the day they sold out 
Briggs Stadium with season tickets. Approximately half of 
the tickets go over the counter. 

The baseball team, the Tigers, has hit the million mark in 
attendance consistently. This past season, helped by a team 
which had a mathematical chance for the pennant right down 
to the last four weeks, the Tigers drew over 1,200,000. 

The hockey team, the Red Wings, also is doing a great turn- 
stile business. Thus, it was no wonder that when the schol- 
astic football game came along it was fantastically successful. 

There is, of course, a big difference between Washington 
and Detroit. For one thing, Detroit, the automotive center of 
the world, has a middle-income bracket population which be- 
lieves in putting its wages into immediate circulation. For 


cS 


Bob Addie’s Column. . . 


The per ¢apita income for the country is $1770, according 
the Department of Commerce. Michigan has a figure of 
$2017 while the District of Columbia (considered as a state 
in this instance) reaches $2220. 

Of course, Detroit many times has a higher income, de- 


pending on full employment. Siice Washington ts static, with 


few worries about layoffs due to production, etc., the income 
remains high. 

This weak attempt at an economic lesson merely is men- 
tioned to show that Washington generally has more money 
to spend than Detroit but still doesn't compare to the Motor 
City as a sports center. 

The civic groups in this town do a fine job in making peo- 


ple aware that Washington is their home and its community 
activities should be supported. But with a shifting, changing | 


population, whose affection and allegiance lie elsewhere, it's 
often a tough job. 

THE SCHOLASTIC TITLE GAMES in this city have been 
going on for some time. Neither this newspaper nor the 
Touchdown Club has ever béen convinced that people won't 
support their local high schools. This faith is beginning to 
pay off. Each year we've had a greater representation at 


: 


= = 


Rose Bowl Names 


UCLA Formally 


LOS ANGELES, Nov. 21 # 
UCLA was officially designated 
today the Pacifie Coast Confer 
ence representative in the Rose 
Bow! against Michigan State on 
Jan. 2. 


STATION WAGON 


these games and the perennial chairman, hard-working Bob | 


Simmons, has dreamed of a time when Griffith Stadium will 
be packed. 


It follows, perhaps, that people aren't too interested in | 
high school sports in Washington. For one thing, so many | 
people live in the suburbs that they have their own high | 


schools to worry about. But the interest is increasing and it 


would be wonderful if people got behind this Friday night | 


game and proved to Detroit and the rest of the country that 
Washington can support its own. 

Whatever revenue is derived goes back to the schools them- 
selves, not only the participating Gonzaga and Cardozo but 


also to the other parochial and high schools. Scholastic foot- | 


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Wolfner Blasts Cardozo Squad Scouts Gonzaga 


Car dinals Cardozo hadn't included Gon-|show Gonzaga put on for them.!nearly cost Cardozo its berth 


» in i } efense. didn r-| in the City title game. Spingarn 

CHICAGO, Nov. 21 #—The poneting Cee ae  tnit St John’ to advance be *urPrised the Clerks by having 
Chtnage Cantina Sesthell plar- | Gonzaga was scouted for thelyond the Eagles’ 35-yard line.|snd mest of Carden, ee 
ere Wes 8 om a iy raved first time by Cardozo Sunday} And on offense, Gonzaga did got their blocking assignments 
from their coach a “s lwhen it defeated St. John’s,)some fancy work, too, It was, mixed up in the first half. 
managing director, Walter ..8 tor the Catholic League |Showing off everything it had) After Coach Sal Hall straight- 
Wolfner. namntoudes ana & ote oo ‘in an all-out effort to whip St.'ened his team out during in- 

Coach Ray Richards, after P a. 4 John’s. The Cardozo repre-|termission, holes opened a lit- 
the Cards’ 31-0 pasting by the|™4ss scouting expedition. sentatives undoubtedly picked|tle wider and Cardozo romped 
Washington Redskins yester-| The entire Cardozo teamjup a few of Gonzaga’s trade for 26 points under the pene- 
day, said: “If we play like thatjand coaching staff trrned up secrets. tration system, although the 
next Sunday against the Bears,|/at Griffith Stadium to gets its; Backs Bob Nicholson, Vince; game actually ended in a score- 
we'll be beaten, 100-0. We were/first glimpse of the team ~it/Cleary and Mike Canning did / less tie. 
awful, simply awful. We were|meets Friday night at the ball/some fine running for Gonzaga,| It wasn't until the last half, 
back on our heels all day.” park for the City Schoolboy giving Cardozo an idea of what/after solving Spingarn’s de- 

Wolfner viewed the game | Championship. ‘to expect Friday night. |fense, that Cardozo racked up 
from the Comiskey Park press; It was a rather impressive’ Lack of adequate scouting'any penetration points. 


box and didn't leave it until the! 


fans dispersed. 
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fans,"-he said. “You'd think alCardenas Wins | Fichets jor Friday’s Melbourne Loses 


wouldn’t you? The boys didn’t a ega a | avis up . ate 
mek ine Wnty were NUNS BAVAMA ‘Slav. at Do On Sale Downtown MELBOURNE, Nov. 21 & 
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of the Bears, said that perhaps|fending champion Charles Car- ica ws ase a Soe The Davis Cup challenge round 
? Ry wor eo —_— think/denas of Havana maintained) (7 —_ peor Stadium (Will be held in Adelaide on 
Ce eee ices att of the Rat |his hold on first place in the| this Friday night are on sale |Dec. 26, 27, 28, 1956, it was de- 
skins. world Star Class sailboat regat-| at five downtown locations. leided by eight votes to four at . a: oe : 
“The Cards haven't played ta by finishing fifth today. Cordoze, representing the a meeting of the Australian) Hs yoee > ie ——= | "49 
their best game yet, and the; With two fifth places and one| Imterhigh League, will play (Lawn Tennis Association to- Se 7 = ma at Ss always 


meas maven played eas he second in the three races of the pe tern ampion, ray og eer night. | 
The meeting was told that 


their last seven starts, | i : 

chuckled. “It’s a bad situation|five-race competition, Cardenas Tickets are available at the 

for the Bears this Sunday. We'led with 102 poin Im second| Fairway Sports Shop, 1328 G provision would be made to 

ee ene to be really gUN-| ,jace with 97 points was Car- ie “Ts i v= ‘accommodate 17,000 spectators. 

Be. ™ denas’ son, Jorge. Jorge Car- Senthihoen Club, sane’ ‘st. Melbourne, host to the Olym- 

H Club M jdenas won today’s race for his the lobby of The |Pic games next Nov, 22-Dec.:8, waS=s 

ome Plate eects isecond straight triumph bu. he| Washington had hoped to get the challenge ——— | ; 

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and TIMES HERALD 
Tuesday, November 22, 1955 
40 es 


And Welsh 


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Gonzaga Climbs to Top in Schoolboy Rankings 


Army Scout 
Amen Lauds 


What's on Today: 


As Redskins Blow Off Steam 


Ron Beagle 


NEW YORK, Nov. 21 @ 
Paul Amen, the veteran Army 
scout who is said to know more 
about Navy's football team 
than Coach Eddie Erdelatz, re- 
fused to admit today that the 
Midshipmen have an edge over! afte 


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Making his annual report to 


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Cleveland Brown, the Redskin play- 


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“Beagle is a true All 


(Brito, Barni and Jo 
Lead Community Sing 


Stall Reporter 
That was a happy band of Redskins flyin 
| r an impressive 31-0 victory over the Chicago Cardinals .. 
the Cadets in a man-forman With Gene Brito and a Barni 
e way 


‘generally reserved Eddie LeBaron took 
a leading role . . . Featured performer, 
though, was Charley Jones . . . The for- 
q|/mer GW ace caught his first pass in six 

ntributed a few fine de- 
fensive plays . . . Jones’ worried look 
'was gone and he acted as if he finally 


wouldn’t let him off the plane’s p. a. sys om 


ii Episcopal | 
Winds Up 
In Second 


ree Gonzaga, the Catholie 
.'League champion which plays 
setting the vocal pace, a com- Cardozo Friday night at Grif- 
to Washington ... Even the fith Stadium for the City 
Schoolboy title, is the No. 1 
team in the final weekly high 
school rankings, as selected by 
The Washington Post and 
Times Herald. 

Gonzaga’s 13 to 6 victory 
over St. John’s Sunday for the 
Catholic crown advanced it 
from the second place rating it 
received last week. 

Cardozo, which was unbeaten 
but tied twice, is ranked in 
the third position. Episcopal, 
=a |defeated only by Gonzaga, 14 

"= \to 0, in its opener is the No. 
2 team. 

St. John’s, ranked tenth last 
week, dropped from the top 
ten after its loss to Gonzaga. 
Wakefield, beaten only by 
‘George Washington High all 


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sense of the word. He can give Kimmel, his rookie el 
a team a great lift and I like mate at defensive tackle, was 
his ability to analyze the de- doingthe lobbyingfor Pete. | 
fense and make free use of| A look at the movie revealed 
‘automatics.’ It’s hard to cam- a bad press box call on the Car-) 
ouflage a defense when a team 'dinal who was atop Bert Zagers) 
@ Butlers G@i uses a non-thythmie cadence, when he got awry on a thrilling) 
© Post Office 938,88 Navy does, and Welsh takes 55-yard punt retur. touchdown’ 
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said: “If you remember, it was 
pa By agg gy Ba mey »- in the first Cardinal game that 


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ilook over the opponents’ de- 
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“We—that is the coaches|Guglielmi has been showing 
are convinced that we beat our-| constant impr vement as he has 
selves every time we were taken a more active role in the 
licked this season,” said Amen, Redskins’ three-game winning 
who has seen the Cadets play streak .. . Still, it’s difficult to 
only once. “We think our name a player more exciting 
troubles came from the kind than little LeBaron .. . Eddie 
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HIGH SCHOOL RANKINGS 


1. Gonzaga (8-1). 
2. Episcopal (8-1). 


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- . Tuesday, November 22, 1955 41 


‘Lions Play 
At Clinton | 


CLINTON, N. Y., Nov. 21 
The defending champion Wash-; 
ington Lions play the Clinton) 
Comets here Tuesday night in| 
an Eastern Hockey League 
battle. 

The Lions have lost three 
games in succession and have 
fallen from first place to a 
three way tie for third. Clinton, | 
which finished first in the regu- 
lar season last year, is in sixth 
place. 

Washington's entire scoring) 
in its past four games has been 
produced by the Lions’ No. 1 
line of Center Fern LaPointe 
and Wingmen Dan Morgan and 
Stan Warecki, player-coach. 
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Stafl Reporter 

THE BIG ONE in high 
school football comes up Fri- 
day night at Griffith Stadium 
when Cardozo and Gonzaga 


| collide for the City School- 


boy championship. Cardozo 
represefts the  Interhigh 
League and Gonzaga the 
Catholic League in the con- 
test, which is sponsored by 
The Washington Post and 
Times Herald and The Touch- 


| down Club... The game is 
| a tossup. Cardozo was wun- 
| beaten in 9 starts this season 


but was tied twice, while 
Gonzaga won 8 times and lost 
only to Easton, Pa. None of 
area schoolboy teams 


. Cardozo, a member of 


Division Il of the Interhigh 
| League 


before the league 
became integrated this fall, 


Will be making its first ap- 
| pearance in a City title game. 


Gonzaga has played in the 
classic twice. In 1948, the 
Eagles bowed to Central, 26- 


| 6, but a year later defeated 


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| championship 


12-7, for the City 
. . Cardozo coach Sal 


before leaving 2 years ago to 


| coach one season at Virginia 


State, where he also had a 
team. This 
year's title is his seventh and 
he is regarded as one of the 
best coaches in the area... 
Jan Jankowski, Gonzaga’s 
coach, is former Central High 


| and Catholic University coach 
| and completed his 
| season at Gonzaga. Jan played 


second 


at CU, and is also a member 
of the physical education de- 
partment at Eastern. 


TWO FINE halfbacks, Gon- 
zaga’s Bob Nicholson and 
Cardozo’s Dave Harris, will 
be opposing each other in 
the game. Harris, hampered 
by an ankle injury, didn't 
get to strut his stuff last 
week when Cardozo played a 
scoreless tie against Spin- 
garn .. . Although Cardozo 
was awarded a victory on 
penetration points, it must 
share the Interhigh cham- 
pionship with Spingarn ... 
The size of the crowds at the 
Interhigh and Catholic play- 
off games indicate there will 
be the biggest turnout in the 
12-year history of the city 
title game. Almost 9000 saw 
the Cardozo game and an 
estimated 10,000 watched 
Gonzaga whip St. John’s... 
The biggest player in the 


game will be Gonzaga tackle 


Tom LaMoure, who is 64 
and weighs 229. The second 
largest boy will also be from 
Gonzaga. He's junior Rich- 
ard Griffith, another tackle, 
who tips the scales at 226, 


BRUCE RINEHART, Epis- 
copal High halfback, scored 
103 points this season. His 
total was 22 points below the 


| school record of 125, set in 


1947 by Tommy Birge ... 
The students at Episcopal 
High rolled snowballs last 
Saturday in order to clear the 
. field for the 55th annual bat- 
tle between Episcopal and 
Woodberry Forest ... Half- 
back Steve Ellerbe, former 
Cardozo High and Virginia 
State star, was recently 
named the outstanding foot- 
ball player in the 82d Air- 
borne Division league. El- 
lerbe, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Zach Ellerbe, 241 O st. nw., 
is talking contract with the 
New York Giants of the Na- 
tional Football League. 
WalkerGrant of Fred- 
ericksburg, Va., won the first 
District I, Group II, Virgina 
Interscholastic Athletic foot- 
ball championship, beating 
six district opponents for an 
undefeated and untied rec- 
ord. The school has only an 
enroliment of 56 boys and 
28 of them play football. 
Only six weigh more than 
150 pounds. James Lucas, 
the team’s quarterback, 
threw nine touchdown passes 
and scored four times him- 
self to pace Walker-Grant... 
George Washington of Alex- 
andria and Arlington’s Wash- 
ington-Lee play for the Old 
Oaken Bucket for the 2ist 
time Thanksgiving, 11 a. m., 
at GW. The series stands 
even at nine ogy Aig ry 


For a couple of hours 
Mary Lou beat up and down 
alongside .the buoy, on a. de- 
serted sea. No birds appeared 
and no swirls developed in 
the chop stirred up by a 
steadily freshening north- 
wester. But just at the edge 
of dark all that changed. 

The seas moderated, the 
fish rose and the gulls were 
suddenly there, over them. 
The rock did not break in the 
conventional sense, as small 
fish do when they leap 
clear of the surface in a 
curving pass as their food. 
Rather they rolled like half- 
submerged logs, quickly ap- 
pearing and disappearing, 
their heavy tails creating 
widening boils as they 
sounded. 


be a 


operative. It can not 
how many ripped loose or 


parted the fragile leaders. No 


row. 

Not one was 
fish. We saw the 
ounce above 14 pounds. It was 
caught by Barbara Scheible, 
wife of the 
the Fishing Center. The sec- 
ond, almost its twin, was 
caught by Flo Haskins, wife 
of the Chief. 


out by the Rev. Joseph Rig- 
gie, “the fishing priest of 
Baltimore,” and Tatum Hud- 
son Thomas, a retired Gov- 
ernment official once a Bap- 
tist deacon. 

It was, of course, a private 
party, and the moderate num- 


boat, Cap'n Andy Scheible 
Jr. got a charter party 22 
rock of the same size. 


record could be kept of that. | 
But the 10 that were brought | 
ashore filled a big wheelbar- | 


an unlawful ! 
catch | 
weighed. The biggest went an | 


Commodore of | 


The other fish were played | 


ber ef fish is explained by | 


the brevity of the operation. | 
The day before, on the same | 


They were immediately co- : 


part of this chronicle to say ~ 


Fiche for Friday's 
City Title Game 


» representing the 
Interhigh League, will play 
champion, in the big game. 

Tickets are available at the 
oppo A Sports Shop, 1328 G 
Shop, 2804 14th st. nw.; The 
Touchdown Club, 1414 I st. 
nw., and the lobby of The 
Washington Post and Times 
Herald, 1515 L st, nw. Box 
seats are $2, reserved seats, 
$i, and student tickets can 
be purchased at the schools 
for 50 cents. 


ct ni aceite rity sets gem eine te eeceiene 


..}for. third are four players each 


Conference Scoring 
RICHMOND? Nov. 21 & 


Halfback Bobby Moss of West 
Virginia continues to lead the 


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Rangers Plan to Improve 
NEW YORK #& — Phil Wat-:scored last season. “If we can 
json, coach of the New Yorkido that,” says Watson, “we'll 
Rangers, expects liis team to make the playoffs. I won't be 
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to the. 150 they|satisfied with anything less.” 


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Southern Conference football 
scoring race as the campaign 
moves into its final week. 

Moss has 54 points. Fullback)! 
Frank Pajaczkowski of Rich- 
mond is in second with 42. Tied 


with 30 points, including Louis), ; 
Wacker of Richmond, Joe Mar-! | 
coni of West Virginia, Mike 
Sommer of George Washington) ‘’ 


Tech. 


Jess Neely in 25th Year 


HOUSTON, Tex. » — Jess! 
\Neely is in his 25th season as’ 
‘a college football coach. His 
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_ &2 Tuesday, November 22, 1955 


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Racing Selections for Pimlico 


AP 


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Mie Are m Star Trip ile, Heritage 13, Cumetes .11,/ 1:08) 
Bs ‘ ., raon Lark ! Country 14. Noertheuest 6, a 


zon Gtar 
riplerate ‘spierate | er ee ; ° = 
Jor@an 21, Foxy Elmer 4. 


Pertiva Bone. Gain e Oust Kavbs abbs ‘and 
* wr r pee ane Oren . xe ew A main Morsalr. ok if Romance , Queen Yronne s = » BS 
umulus Neddles in SYMMETRICAL Neddies In 8 pe a, siete 26. Bor D’Ameoer| E°” ite +4 Ke f 
Bive Heritage My Ro«le Blue Heritage Cumulus is. Mr. Paradise 4 ; C li Oa 
Doll. 1 Densa Doll _ | My_ Rowle Neddies In Re) | io Row 19. Ricedec ./! ~~4 a ; 
pa Fe aoe Bream orld 6 inrel ees} ; HI a "96 | VS? 
leha (ma ‘retti) 114 iM 4 i ¥ 


nea ones . 
Royal Morse ; be Our Country Opstacie 
Reval Joe iT Country Qur Country Northouest poral daores, gon s TV. Radi ° chy j 
ir Country lo : 
- ts 839 ¥) OF. 80. 86.00: CARONA. 83 . boldly * _00enme eomman 
por on aaio ck UNV AL 7 stretch, ¢ Then a ouilinished Witeu 7h latier shook of 


Joes Jeannie NS am: : 
oxy Elm t Kin American Pluck River Jord River Jordan Eim River Jerdan 
ay Elmer y= a four te) American Rea iford Sunday Pitch American Pluck TELEVISION anger .c ah orgiidable streteh and gamely. 
Cap omy Elmer River Jordan Capt. Kim "The tats a a a AB 
* _ CING — From  Pimites, | Stretch and faltered. Carnival — ® rally. 470 verde. Purse 
reer par-oids Pond D: nmin ghey ot ak 


omus 
iver Jordan ver Jordan River Jordan ORF 
ween Yvonne Bie Crash eu ae, — Gunchine Bwiv Air Romance Auratum & (Ch. 11), 4-4:45 p.m. 
z a Sanshine Bale | nen LLENG ~~ Wreset Bye from! rroae: annie Went to ‘ses bo ‘3k a. piace driving. 
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Auratum 

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i is Crash Queen Pronne Air Romance Stimu, ant Auratum u Baltimore. WITG hb. 5. 10:30. 
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DOM PARLE Damour | By Land rae Y D'AMOUR FREEDOM PARLEY | Boy D'Amour ” 
. pore "Parley Mr im ise , DAT m Parley ae bregom Pariey of week 
Man of Destiny co arley : aradise Mr radise oe Amour Mr aradise zh tes h _— 4 wT ‘TV (Ch. 9), 


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b) Harr cane , ne its ;" +38 eat GeAt. . 
fe, Ge ath Yavie Top form now 80. DESESONG. | 811.20, vert ne ate ynie in close qttendance to the pace 
10 Obstac Kener ».Shoauette) . s ponded Feadily, to iy sttetch and 
12 nay i yh Hirsch Jacobs. chance ° 
ontana < thhemen ) Rates consideration 
FIFTH RACE—Parce. 
vision) one mile (turf) Fees 3-year-olds and 
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Has class: iast good 
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Orses and eople T Epa oe bana but 0) ould handie these 
W I H i h é pewren | ‘Grimm Won a be right. there 

By Walter Haight . D iveeke 


Can't x » overlooked 
CHARLES TOWN SEEMS rightly dubbed “racing's little emert (Rete) 
gold cup with the great, big handle”"—the word “handle,” of onte Miss (McOovern) 


a 
ntrente aly a ‘encourpgement 
re pallled | fagutticientiy” rom just off the pace. 


(8) CHAR GIRL Recs 
Double (9) HIDDEN GOLD $55.20)" “ont e Jncked mace furlongs | (chute). Purse rh 4 


+ eatooias, pane =: We as to post at 
piace MR, Winner, 


drivin 
‘ THIRD RACE—Six diy M. tenuate), ia a c Mone ar Jeep Bel garian by Aarariaag, 
. yess -Ciag, maleene Wen at 400 ae 4 Pat Bid by By ws Wwe aher Time 1% 
; om driving: Ay p.~4 -¢ smn - 
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course, referring to the $300,000-plus daily betting average the ee 
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six-furlong plant commands Tomorrow Charles Town t Basin Baits” he bevy os. Pri cous st Bime 


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opens a 21-day meeting in face of con- | eg i ’ 13 a Not 
, ; : . : pe : } Closer tf starts 
fliction for nine racing days with Pim- i? ar eae Bepox't (Clare Last don't count ton RACE—Purse, $2800; 2-year-clds: 


2 Ardan Lark (Lester) Fi —} 
lico. In the past Maryland tracks have SECOND RACE—Purse, $2500; 2-rear-olds: ¢iaimine; 6\T) gntun [ares (16) POE le 
moved into Charles Town dates. So turtongs (16) § Sunshine Swiv , aCe Gi Alster he wel 
this time Charles Town does a little 2 Nabee (Serenson} em, (Parker form out We 
, S Fit . Good form Jersey Can't be overlooked 
moving on its own, getting under way : oo Sy Viner wag wen Bre Tore 
the earliest of any late fall meeting on 
record... Time was when the homey, 
little track might be faced with lean 
days. However, Charlies Town, with its 
special race train and improved high- 
; se ops 
Little Fling (La ) Anthebabe (Renalbute’ Chance if starts ] Start good oy Ee rivine: 
- Tim 


ways, has developed regular custo- rm) 
mers, many who seldom attend the G : hie plenty 6 
x Beacon Lad a ras ¥ oser "4 ae SEVENTH RACE—Paree, $3500; 3-year-olds and up (Seeoenmdich. c. (2) + sca bY Reasoll ones Hor Agerer 

; ome mile (turf) (9) PA Bonsal : rming a ~ 4) 


sport elsewhere. Then again the track “ : 
Westera Marland and Pesnsyivents {i onosnot pany vousue — | | Erlang eia et 
, . « Interlocking race dates, remind EGGERT and WORBY ae g Ng Dlonped tadiy te fast 
me of an International day visitor who Haight “THIRD RACE—Parse, $3000: 8 and 4-rear-old maidens; sae 

said, “With improved air travel per- mile and one- “er (9) a 

haps some day we'll say that Paris’ Longchamps conflicts with aips | (Phelp by 

Jersey's Garden State” . Washington's WUST will radio 
the fifth and sixth races each day from Charles Town between 
2:45 and 3:45 p. m. with Jack Riggs at the mike until Ray 
Haight reports... No racing 

is scheduled at ( harles Tow a | gtek of coms end he's good 
on Thursday (Thanksgiving). | to his family, but keep him 
So that employes and horse- | away from me, please.” 


men can have the holiday off, 
the entries for the Friday a yam meres 
, en rather easy a . 

wedaial wit! be = fred Vanderbilt's Sagamore 
ecnesday morning . ../0€ | Farm since the International, 

French, always in the first | was vanned into Pimlico yes- 

flight of jockeys there, has | terday. Brookmeade Stable's By Jeepers 

arrived at Charles Town. | Sailor arrived from New York ° 

Washington's Johnny Arduini | over the weekend. That puts | & 7 9() 

will handle his bookings, as | all eight probable Pimlico Pulls e. l ° 

well as those of Guy Con- | Futurity Special starters at | 


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trada, leading apprentice at | the scene...Latin America | J)°* hj U 
Wheeling Downs. | is all steamed up about Vene- ‘Pim 1¢o pset 

—__—_—_ zulea’s Prendase running in | 


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Orevent within “striking Genes early, posted commen nd « 

in early stretc an unojoc safe © latter's ijate On 
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Dick (Lawless) ” May held” on etter 
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Monday program at Pimlico, race will draw sportscasters Stat! Reporter 
famous in many lands where 
Spanish is the native tongue. 
Station WRUL of the World 
Wide Broadcasting System 
will beam it to Mexico, 
Central America, South 
America and the West Indies 
A victory for Prendase 
would make it a sweep of 
Maryland's fall classics, Vene- 
zuela’s El Chama, of course, 
having started the “fatten- 
the-Latin” movement by head- 
ing Prendase out of the Inter- 
nationa] trophy. 


the Nation’s leading rider | 


having departed for e well- 


earned vacation before fre % 


suming saddle operation in 


Florida. Willie’s absence | 
brought mixed comment at | 


the track yesterday. Walter 
(Richmond) Walrather said, 
“I'm glad the little rascal’s 
gone. Never could get in step 
with him. When I bet on him, 
he didn’t; when I bet against 
him he did. Now we can get 
down to some serious horse 
playing” ... Fred (Capitol 


PIMLICO, Md., Nov. 21—By 
Jeepers won today's featured 
Gridiron Club, by cracky. 
What's more, the son of War 
Jeep ran the fastest six fur- 
longs of this budding meeting 
when he was clocked in 1::11 3/5 
over a track termed slow, not 
having fully recovered from 
Friday morning's snow. 

Well handled by’ Finland- 
born Ray Mikkonen, the 4-year- 
old chestnut gelding scooted 
into the finish line three parts 
of a length in front of Giles D 


My name.is Newt Kook. My whiskey is made 
in Kerttucky. There’s an old saying we like 


around these parts... 


‘The only way 
fo have a friend 
is to be one... 


And I don’t know of a better way of being a friend to 


Heights) Heinicke sighed, 
Mills’ Nick Jimmie. A half 


“I feel that I've lost a friend. . . . 7. 
Willie Hartack has been the Giants Bring { P White length back was Boyd Theil’s 


best horse in Maryland all | NEW YORK, Nov. 21 (| Weal or Woe to be third in the 
season.” .. . But a fan, who |The New York baseball Giants field of ten. 

would not give his name, re- |announced today that Bill In the colors of Allen H. 
marked, “I was doing good |White, 6.1, 190-pound first! ‘Smith, By Jeepers had only a 
with Hartack until he ran into | baseman. now on the Minneapo- | scattered backing in a crowd 
those two slumps—one at /lis roster and rated one of the lof 11,141 and paid a $17.20 win 
Laurel and th other at Pimli- [outstanding prospects in the | mutuel. 

co. Iwas: trying to pyramid |Giant organization, will report; By Jeepers, an invader from 
a little and he broke me and (at the parent club’s training | the — York tracks, was never 
every other human. He's a jcamp at Phonix, Ariz, next/worse than third. Nick Jimmie 
nice kid who don’t smoke, |spring. i set the pace with War and 


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Cardozo, representing the 
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Bye now, 


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Peace closest on the run up 
the backstretch. Then came By 
Jeepers and Weal or Woe, the 
favorite. 

Entering the stretch, Nick 
Jimmie and the others went 
wide, apparently to find the 
‘best going. However, Mikkonen 
cut through on the inside rail 
| to take command with By 
Jeepers and there was no dis 
‘lodging him thereafter. 

It was on the second victory 
jfor By Jeepers in 22 starts this 
‘year. However, he has seldom 


ibeen far away from the 
winner's circle, having seven Kentucky Straight 


— and five thirds to his Bo 

credit. | | | urbon made by the 
Jockey Richard Lawless, who 

has been riding in excellent : ep 4 | ow, costlier genuine 

form since arriving at Laurel | : | Ys sour-mash method. 
rom Chicago, gained a tie in! Th jh io 

kt fa T RO iT T the local jockey race by adding | Olde Bourbon 

two long shot winners. He has 

It’s Diesel-Electric . five winners, sharing the lead 

Pullmans. ge ES reclining ‘with Willie Lester. Lawless 

coach-seats. And as always, B& took the third race with Walter 


delightful food, courteous at bgt 'Crismer’s Orevent, paying $66,| 
ca-time atrival win the praise of alll and the fifth with F. W. Bond’s 


lv. Weshingten . . . «+ + «+ + 5.40PM s Shirt, returning $24. 
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ning in which darices come) 
fand in hand with some of: 
Spain’s finest music. For the 
beautifully costumed dancers, 
there is a particularly fine set 
cf dances to sonatas by Padre 
Antonio Soler, one of Spain's 
eatly Keyboatd masters” T} 


By Paul Hume | bare stage. And this is the man 
"There is a brilliant Spanish| n° can veg Han gone d Rare _ 
dance company at the Shubert) : 
' \feet together and come-to earth 
Theater this week. You may) : 4 
again with a spring that defies 
feel that you have seen enough ravity’s pull with art 
Spanish dance in recent) P va 
taintw had ite share ‘ning, Antonio gives a breadth 
a re of style and fresh appearance| His company has dancers. 
| It has had nothing, however, in Spanish dance from ballet|with the exciting qualities of 
to compare with the youthful) presented with authentic grace, |Rosita Segovia, and the singing 
fire and command of Antonio'ig 4 set of Basque dances of dancer Carmen Rojas. It is a 
and his company. Vicente Escu-| utterly winning allure. Noth-|large company, with 20 dancers| 
\dero, the memory of whose re-| ing so light-hearted as these'and a substantial orchestra. 
cent dancing in Constitution have been seen from any pre-| The flamenco singing of the ma-| 
Hall is still green, in the old vious Spanish company. ture Antonio Mairena has the! 
master. Antonio is the young) One of their great stunts is stamp of authority, while young 
master. | to place a small tumbler of Pepe Fuentes can spin a long 
From his Zapateado alone it wie in the center of the stage keening phrase that holds your 
is proper to rank him at the ond then to dance around, and ear as it cuits the darkness. 
‘top today with no one to ap- inally, on the glass. So light} We have seen enough Spanish 
| proach come has is . on ~ and airy is their footwork Cm companies for a time. But any 
: . control touched with virtuosity. | not one of the five young girls time Antonio and his compan 
Essie and Rudi From a storm of sound it di-/ who jumps on and off the glass returns, we will be glad to join 
‘minishes imperceptibly to a even comes near upsetting it. (jn the long, loud applause. Here 
fragment of a whisper on the| Antonio has planned an eve- is the spirit and the letter, the 
sight and the sound of Spanish 


The Lunts relish their un- 
to Alfred Lunt and all that, masking of trade secrets and 
Lunt has her most en- so will all audiences. Even this 
“The early in the play’s career—be 
Great Sebastians” at the Na- fore they've had time for their 
tional well-known constant improve 
For in honor of Lynn Fon- ments—they jabber into one 
tanne. Howard Lindsay and another's lines. And in the/ et 
Russel Crouse have created a third act Miss Fontanne inserts; | =] Ex 
deliciously memorable woman,|the one-two punch which eet 
an earthy Gockney who's 7 ao bring oneee in Covent | 
roamed the music hall stages| Garden's vicinity. 
for 30 years with two husbands! Not that Mr. Lunt is doing 
and a ‘mind-reading act. She's nothing all this time. As the 
what Liza Doolittle might have ¢amnicst feeder in the business, 
become without her Pygmalion, |it’s his job to open the play with | 
an up-from-the-gutter rosie @ Drief jaunt into the audience, 
to keep the plot and Miss Fon- 
—tanne spinning, the which he 


ITH ‘ighly proper salaams 


Mrs : 
gaging role in years in 


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Essie and Rudi are “The Great Sebastians,” the new Lind- 
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do look like Alfred and Lynn, “The Great Lunts.” dancing. 


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does with splendid relish. . 

pm Louella Parsons: 

all, she is the heart of the Lind- 

smoothly staged by.Bretaigne 

n st 

Siichsel Bean | by R ds B 

on earns, |2ecor by Raymond Sovey. Ben), sheridan is—and always|ing to write the screenplay for| proposed steam-powered plant, 

Michael Lewis 

porting roles and I was par)oon the only ‘round table at the Algonquin,) 

charm could be called i : ;, 

, Steve Han- and whea you think he won thei .¥i+5 could be built at a cost 

Rudy, who ise a 

sentiment al steadfastness Fesette will ever forget the |Our Lives.” you realize what a ing it hack into the river 
that of 

It is 1948 in Prague, the day blue gown. world. 

do,” now being 

. > Lindsay and Crouse have seen 

husband, a Czech national, had | As for marriage, I doubt that psychotic Confederate General) Washington area's water supply 

and at midnight find them-|reading a phone book, ‘ay wot?|he is in love with her and she Dick Haymes’ mother is di-\temperature of the river below 

Essie Sebastian proves to be a ‘foremost literary figures, it\exclusively, 

tanne take their time develop-| °1 

her husband about the act, a 

both their tricks for informal 

what's going on in the world:| 

WALTER WAGER wooe 

bil | \\ 


But he will forgive us, 
| sure, for falling in love with his Sh ‘d . Fi ‘ 
say-Crouse script. é \ | 
Their intricate mixture of | d Hi B t Fil R | 
Windust, with a notably sour : 
Fugesia Rawls |Astar, the general, and Simon “and ille” for Columbia , 
‘Oakland, his sergeant of sur- s been—s neg et os that TT ieecar tabs oo well meee tos Maryland's Board of Natural 
Rudy Acosta, her Mexican boy-) . este Resources was told yesterday. 
ticularly glad to meet Mr. Oak- man in her life \when I lived there many years|peake Biological Laboratory 
in- o 
“i structive. Eugenia Rawis | Pulitzer Prize three times and) 
whose shrewd good sense enter- returns for an affecting moment Academy recognition for the'of a few thousand dollars to 
‘an actor, gets a Ss 
makes her a heroine not to be vast murmer with which first! 3 ‘truly great writer he was and a ae 
Gilbert Ro Pepco plans a $70 million, 
i ; rhe , land’s hench- & 
of Massarvk’s death. The Eng-| Which, gentle reader, is a clue| , e . as ; 
lish lass admittedly a bit ipa to one of the Lunts’ most trium-' Speaking of “Andersonville,”|doun County which would use 
7 e first casting, | believe, is' water from the river. 
‘shot near Cuernevaca. 
visited with their old friend,'to it no one’s going to make! . 
‘have voiced alarm that: 
lv 4 Well raw-thur not! with him. | - 
S cctelin cater oaniehed ta tak 4F vorcing Fred Walter in Mexico,/the plant by as much as 10 
Theater Named WHEN DEATH took Robert)while Dick’s estranged Rita 1s|qegrees in summer. 
true Cockney. 
ing this doughty character. We SAMI EL GOLDW YN S 
nice reio on “Red Peppers.”) 
visitations and their own means 
of unfreezing Czech currency. 
apart from their act ("We 
broke the record at the Pal-/ 
.., there was an American) 
named Danny Kaye”) and their 


wife's wonderful Cockney. After 
Prank ‘comedy and melodrama is 
geny comment on middle European’ HOLLYWOOD, Nov. 21 (INS), came suddenly. He was prepar--mac River waters by Pepco’'s 
Anne FPrancine 
prises, Rave the major SUP itriend, has ‘used to be a member of the 
A report from the Chesa- 
land, whose portrait of COMMY| since the death .,ag0. His was such a rare talent, ..14 gitration and cooling facil- 
nagan. > = FE 
tained the masses and whose and I don’t suppose Doris motion picture, “Rest Years of treat the water before dump- 
his best role to 
despised nighters greeted her shattering ‘what a loss he is to the literary 
600,000-kilowatt plant in Lowu- 
man in “Bandi- Miss Parsons lth 
hant moments. This time round : 
in the tooth, and her second P |Walter Slezak, who plays the) Officials concerned with the 
Massaryk, earlier in the day that erack about the Lunts Ann will marry Rudy, although Winder. 5 
®* The plant may raise the 
tures of -the--commy regime. ‘Sherwood, one of the country’s dating Raymond Hakim almost; e This could harm all Potomac 
~ 
Her authors and Miss Fon- For Helen Hayes 
first meet her scrapping with 
We watch them preparing! 
They don’t know much about! 
ladium . you remember the’ 
family, they've time for little. 


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| ——— AUSICAL DIRECTO, 
HOWARD MITCHELE ah 
POP CONCERT 


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26 at 8:30 P.M. 
CONSTITUTION HALL 


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"a Kligalien: ae : a : 


NEW YORK — Composer 
Jerry Ross, whose death at 28 
wrote a tragic end to a Broad- 
way success story, had seven 


ness. 


was 


the Steve Allen 


: Steve Allen Rumor ines Alley 


Vouvray on E. 6ist st. His name 
is Pino Guiliani, and he was 
once South America’s top- 
ranking opera star. He turned 
to waiting on tables when his 
voice failed him. 

In case anyone needs any 


| proof that the romance between) 


former ehamp Joe Louis and 
Harlem beauty expert Rose 
Morgan is cookin’ on all burn- 
ers. Miss Morgan is adding a 
man's eologne to her cosmetic 
line, and it's called “My Man 
Joe.” ... Ava Gardner did 
plenty of shopping during her 


show about to 
unload one 
its regular PSC ‘ Sarah 
Vaughan is close to Ps musical 
film deal with Darryl Zanuck. 
It will be spring wedding 
bells for Mary Fickett (who 
subbed for Joan Fontaine in 
“Tea and Sympathy”) and Alan 
Shayne, a video actor ... The 
Main Stem show girls are now 
keeping their waistlines with 
this diet: A quart of prune juice 
a day and two one-minute eggs 
three times a day for six days. 
Supposed to make you feel 
good, too . . . Corrine Calvet 
wouldn't accept her mink coat 


brief visit to London. She man- 


of Miss Kilgatlen| "ie! to acquire china, draper- 


ies, a gallon of horseradish, a 
supply of chutney, 31 longhair 
albums and 35 new books ... 
Mabel Mercer's new Byline 
Room, just opened, was an in- 
stantaneous click. The place is 
packed with customers who 
look as though they'd just 
dropped in after a soiree for 
the Duchess of Windsor .. . Get 
ready for an invasion of Cock- 
ney crooners. They'll be coming 
over in boatloads during the 
next few weeks. 


from the furrier until her name 
had been embroidered in the) 
lining in 12 places. 


THE THIRD AVE. stores) 
have been doing better business 
since the El was torn down. 

There's a poignant story in the! 
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Show Times 


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William C. Wood, Director 
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Kathleen Joyce, Alte Walter Carringer, Tenor 
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snuenkr- -Anionio's Gpenich ballet 
company, at 8.30 


nal 
My Bister Elleen,” 


BC 
AMBASSADOR — 
7:30 and 9:35 


at J 15. 3:20, 5:25, 
Dp 

"Woman Trouble,’ at 
m Dalome 
at 3:15, 6:35 


ART.- cues 
1:55. 5:15. 8:35 
Where She Danced.’ 
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Endurance Trip 
Some 20 cars left Washington! 


/ner will be given an all-expense 


20 Cars Start 


yesterday on the first leg of a 
| 1200-mile endurance test involv- 
ing American and foreign built 
automobiles. 

The trip will test the cars’ 
durability and the drivers’ re- 
liability for following instruc- 
tions. While the cars were leav- 
ing Washington for the first 
stop at Baltimore, entries were 
taking off from 10 other loca- 
tions in the United States and 
Canada. 

From Baltimore, the cars will 
be driven to New York, thence 


to Lake Placid, N. Y. and down 
to Poughkeepsie, N. Y. The win- 


paid trip to the 1956 Alpine 


‘Rally in the French and Italian’ 
| Alps. 


MRS. COUNT BASIE has sent 
him to the doghouse again. Last 


time she locked him out, the 
jolly bandleader had to check 
into a hotel without baggage .. . 
Sad news about Margo and Ed- 


TONIGHT 


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TEE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES ex Man Tells of 12-Day Ordeal in Water 


ISTANBUL, Nov. 21 #—An'Czech ship Lidice saw a narrow it with all my strength. I hauled 


a : Dad the Italian seaman who survived 12\strip of wood riding gently on myself upon to it, with my face 
~~ days in the Mediterranean with-| the waves supporting a naked resting on the plank... 
out food or water told newsmen man. “After the first few days I 
47) the ‘today how it feels to drift back! Throughout the ordeal, he found nails on the plank. | 
from death on a 6-foot plank. ‘told newsinen, he had only one pierced my sleeves on the nails 
. : Bruno Rota, 35, of Trieste, lay, \wish: “One glass of water; then so that I could sleep and stay 
NATURALLY tn @ hospital here-and: teld what what I'll die.” He said: on the plank. 
bak Oe \\y av "happened after his ship sank! “On the night of Nov. 6. while| “T Slept~for-a~-while;-then 
it’ 5 The m and he was given up for dead. I was listening to the radio, I awoke and found myself 
. Maritime sources said he was noticed our ship moving rather| Stripped. The movement of the 
Famous POWER SHOP the last of his ship’s nine crew- strangely ...1 heard the chief/5€@ against the plank had 
Pigs men to be rescued. Five were engineer tell the captain that Tubbed off all my clothes. 
You'll all remem- per a in Italy, two ~¥ Lda a _— not caused by any ection} * anyone’ bye . sine be _ 
and two are hospitalized in of the sea. 
ber the Christmas | ‘Istanbul. r “Next, everything turned tur- eo ae ae was 
EE Ory, ’ izia—. 0 self in t piay c 
you gave Dad his , ax on ane The ship—the Patrizia—went om and I found myself in nal 7 deed Guy eee ant: low 
AMF De WALT down Nov. 6 six hours out of ea 
"7. ‘Beirut. At dawn Nov. 18, the “I found a plank and ciung to) consciousness. 
Power Shop. . “The next I knew I was 
ee | ; mom s alaenediaidedine anti ' ss ‘aboard the Czech ship...” 


LEGAL NOTICES 


every Tuesday * 11:30 pm Simmer nmmrmmee | fag romuarerarne fo | ewer he tae 
ms . | : A ol and Tobec o rt ae Amend e it, to Sire et 60 eto step sowtmbound se ait cs Eas 


traffic; om 14th Street at C Street 
so as to stop i4th Street traffic relieve aching @ 
in eu of stopping C Street : 


Now With 
si or eal ib oP Belen 3h 


% HP. Motor DERE MT i a 
IBLIC AUCTI 

est bidder for CASH at the north side wwenees F parking 9:30 30 

wick Motor Com Leon , Ae. north side 

amazing AMF De Walt Power- Lie la town, Marzland at 10-00 A M. ON 
features the fabulous Motor- forfeit nen sudte Section 

. - yernel Revenue Code. LOUI nce ee 0 . 

ms ft lith Street treet at East Capitol COMPANION 


The 
ized A with t stom 
rm » 
. LO, Assistant Regional 
built AMF De Walt % hp, direct | 2 ) mis ssioner ie me pen te mat 
drive Fagen ai gn: apa | iy, Allerney - m 
circular ‘ 1 Tower See We shinsten, D. C. Capitel Street Bridge ral Low 
fo t A istrict kin 7 te 9:30 >} * ‘ on th the P Si nie 5s 
ae De WALT = Holding Probate Court, 929 Oe tat he Comm ore July 1, 1084: thi Wide, wet. f 
eee mo . _ between Texas i = top : p NOT be r - 
| 7 ort has St a Oe 
cc 6 : ' t as] rt CON on t C Street so EN T ee 00 
the estat Brooke TUTION A — = ae st I aff , 
4 P. Church. a te North s: st _ a ee Ee Stree : th Cap 
a * as East att MING, typine 
Cinch tter 


wT USDAY-WEDAESDAY | deceased rion. Sia este be teres : 
re hereby warned to exh i » * on the 
Novem 22 and 2 ame, with : pars graph under 3 reet and STOP Sign Map approved by the 
| 2 : st ing “ine by ot EN. . Commissioners, July 1. 1906 
' . riber, Y st Street to 2n ree at C Street so as t 
8:30 A M. to 5 ~y* pede Ist FLOOR tex AY. A. D. 1956 ' arking «4 tt reet " d 
; they may by | rt oe Section = ’ D * 
Given , + th Bt eas ction 7 adda- 


na the following: On A Str roe at 
t 


> 
Don’t Miss This Valuable Demoustration ’ 
1955 JOHN ne on the south side of Street to - atom A : 
Kent Taylor stars a8 an . SHU ; traffic: om A Street at @th Street 
: li aid way. Amend as to stop treet traffic: on 
WELL. ¥. Sec Street so o 


_adventure-loving private eye. Per : ARKING, 8c on. by stop - ; WhiltehB—tisssing 
tier GariTo oP. gomery as he 
m irda " PBSC ANS ; 


Rayer: on 
22.29. Dec.5 


tr 80 stop 
c in eu of ‘Moving 15th Street 
n 


And stay tuned for The Late Show at 12 midnight AUCTION ot ’ nde, i ia parking 990, = ies ae shown 


NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN THAT 
I will sell at Pole suction at the 
olice 


FRIES, BEALL & SHARP CO. fe Fiat tte Wi ete bes | Reta ete ed : 
nw. AT 9:30 A. M.. PRIDAY, N e; and Daal DEPEND on ites 4 th : — a 
f TRANSPORTATION 


734 10th St., N.W. : WTOP.TY a dterys cel paragraph under INDEPS : 
. ae ; : Prom New Jersey ' : 

; ‘B d H . t Street on. ee south } am , (f RESPONSIBLE persone 

r : olice te 6:30 DB. m.; trom 10W P ; : v u 

fe) oa cas! ouse : 8:30 « = : : ; proved OF the Comm ; 8. 

’ r inspect jon and terms are cash l, 1954: on C Street at 14th Street 
hi ' . cash sale, and articies : a so as to stop C Street traffic: on 

no *® so to minors wuniess ‘ ’ th Caerolina Ay 
° 3 8. m. and , Street traf. 


Call RE. 7-1234, ask for Circulation, and order The Wash-| ~ oa 
“at EA tL, "- PRT an, tn 4 te 6:30 end on the ~_ 
-- —) INSTRUCTIONS 


St Chief false Proper 6:39 o. m.; 
d <x te 15th Kentucky Avenue traffic. on 


ate repelites Police Depart- poemer~ense rf a Se bark. 
= Bt on e nor . sachusette Avenue at i9th Street 
an f Pe i- ao a6 to essachusetts Ave. CLASSES FORMING 


pendence Avenues | MEDICAL LAB. TECH. 
Grains | DOCTOR'S ASSISTANTS 


8 t so as to stop 
: ’ Day and eve. classes. Prepare for 
| td a gy , = . a professional career big demand. 
Bee } ONS- We STREETS fc as sho the STOP Sign Pree placement for «rads. 
ay raph under ee ous Map approved by the 1m is. — . CS ay yy ays aa School 
TION AVEN substituting : : 7. 4 : Walt e iy wy 
STITUTION 


the (lowing: CON Ww 
AVENUE: Between Maryland A st AIR TRAVEL AGENCIES 
ak - at Ind dence Avenue so as NEED 


nue and 
for wesmound traffic 
7 te $:30 m. 
land hesnus and Massachusetts ind 4 Mes and wom 
Avenue, for OR traffie only. t - oe a Oe oo = Ms 
i th a! Bad Pinas a ten Ma the Commis- a+ ~., flight ng a ae ies 
An th C Stree N 706; On are ue oven coast 
: on Sth — Je training 
treet s0 as to stop tertere 
frie: 


ington Post and Times Herald guaranteed home delivery. 


| Siac 


. ou Sih Street 
"the paragraph under me BH. Avenue so «as to 
'T and substituting nS Street traffic: 7th 
s Street eo a6 te stop 

on 8th Street 
ue to 


paragraph under 9 > Sue a NW. Waeeh 


- @TH STREET and ~ x 
substituting the “following Between . . a ‘ C ao 
Fast Capitol o — Ploride M ——__—— 

Avenue for northboun | AIRLINES 

only; by adding the following: 8TH aivens 1. 1954; reet 


-: Betw Bast Capito 7 
and C Bireet for pouthboune aaa ; = Stree t Se 
reae © Gtress to stop reet 
de 


; king out 4 3 top 10th HOS TESSES— 
substituting Independence Avenue RESERVATIONISTS 


East Capitol Street and 12th Street traffic: or path Street 
h 


Constitution Aven enae for rth at C Street so to i2t 

md traffie onivy: treet traff 

a Ginter. Be Street trattie: “on “12th ‘direct at COMMUNICATIONISTS 

stop i2th Street traffic: en i3th 

Street at Ind mdence Avenue so MEN—WOMEN. eges 18-38 Hich 

es te stop i3th Street traffic in school education, single 
of stepping Independence riead (me children). A 

Avenue traffic as shown on cost training p 

STOP Sign Map approved by the not eeereary 

Commissioners. July 1. 1954: > can « 

entucky Avenue 


Fast Capitol 
for southbound traffic shown 
CAP EET: Bet + sovse 4 the Com- 


1954: on 13th . 
ee wee cule 
es 


NESSEE a ; 
Capitol Street «en 


a s 
Avenue. for south ae, a PO - ; 
venue, ; a. Street 
only amend Article ZXVILIL Bec ndence Aven so as 
tion "2 ONE-WAY STREETS, [sth Street traffic: on 6th NUT Se ahi 
. eat Massachusetts Aven s0 as to 

l6th Street traffic. on ith Ages 17-65. WHITE, 
Street at Independence Avenue so titutions. 
s te stop i7th Street traffic in ra Excel. pay. Dag, ve- 

of : Independence . ~ € Ne high ocpeet 

Free employment service 


Avenue traffic as shown on the 
P Sign Map approved off the DOCTORS’ ASSISTANTS. 


pee plicl Bireet 
apito : . 
d traffic only + MFR INFANT NURSING 
way to stop 1Bth Street traf- Ro. NOW FOR NOV. CLASSES 
tional Gus oes 19th ee at ae nd- Por tree booklet. visit, Write. phone 
Btreet traffic ‘ Tiew of n National institute { 
Independe ence Avenue Victor Big., 909 
rs RADIO 


proved 4 OF a e es 
ER. R 


raffice only: 
the following before the first clause SPEN 
ph dealing tavonLIn: a A. LANE ce 
Be tol sioners, D 22 


BUSINESS SERVICE SHORTHAND & TYPING 
“SRACTOR eS ot IN 6 WEEKS 


‘s ine & repairs, helpful credit. 
ee — on Ea EDG AR KEETER CO ~~ Other Short-Term Courses 
- : owe e.- : " ” , 
This family is in trouble tonight ! One family in every three in the Washington area will have « hospital bill within:12 months! Are you protected? ars. Pennevivania Ave ft  ——————— PiIPciinD PBX RECEPTIO 
nue. for pormpouns ng te) 4 Goased sewers, sinks tsiti best 
STREET: een ca 


.* s 
ipment rege — 


rations. 
rms "remod.. Naile poe 
ctor. TE. 6-000) after 6 
ONS—Attic yeas 


Street 


¥ bound tre 
10TH STRE , rec. 
»’ e 5 © : AD 
, 1sTH Bet wren = 
Fast Capitol pe A tina -9pm 
Carolina Avenue, for northbound Co.. 
y 14TH STREET: Be- A RY — Rook ' 
' € Fast Capitol Street and yepats remodelin Lee 
J nt Avenue a soanowe bE Lo 4 og82. Ey 
ES NR 
e Gaditel etreet Street ang Ken Hkitale—sa " 
bet a yader contr aa 
: bound tra only "S2ND > 
STRE Bet ween NW BOMAR ” 


tween East Ca 
tuc 


rendered by participating physicians... under be pissarie, 


Make sure your family is protected against id by par 
er : Blue Shield’s unique “service benefits” feature 
unexpected hospital and doctor bills! Here are the _,.-' your annual family income is $5,500 or less 
(single income, $3,000 or less). A 
f Of the 600,000 people in the Washington a _tbe following: ro 
protection Plans your doctor wants you to have! ots dod ae ete ee Re “n” fee of tose stuns s 
4 ir os 3 r suhosede Wallgaperts guar. 


also have Blue Shield. a 
maffic: on —— aol. 
to traffic; ngs. 


Group Hospitalization, Inc. (Biue Cross) .». covers you and enrolled members of your Two ways to enroll Gosd work. "W. fe 
family in full at participating hospitals for semi- GROUP. Ask your employer to find out how you stop C Bt in EHANGE io ¢ ; 
oe a! MX 9), COLORED Learn t jog tn 16 wis. 


te help pay hospital bills . .. 
Medical Service of D.C. (Blue Shield) ment ar can ont low-cost group protection, # your Sem tates tho cee tesee yates 3s 
. -+. covers you for a wide range of hospital employs five or more people. aap ouorever JT. if taping: ne. ABC Sy ee ftoSt short. 
to help pay doctor bills . . . extras including operating room, drugs, medi- —// you are a Government Employee, you will find do ‘as. to. stop eastbound | tit a _NA_ §-3259, 
Most people who go to a hospital will uate yor fe nog services that may Groups are established in all Federal Govern- on ‘D. Birest ai. 14th Street fo as eas: prompt service, UN, 4-075 HELP, MEN ~©=——S~C~«~SS 
have a doctor bill for surgical or maternity set _ ‘ment offices, through which you may enjoy group "0 reas. A, 2-818, accounts § tiie kinds 
: : Group Hospitalization, Inc. provides full cov- benefits and the lower group subscription rates. 
services. So wouldn’t you agree you need erage (for most conditions) for a maximum of NONGROUP. You can apply for nongroup mpeose Avemme ef 
both kinds of protection? either 21 or 180 days for each hospital confine- coverage for yourself and your family, if you = nine pkend sired. senior & juniors. CPA, denim, 
Here are the plans that more than 1,700 ment... depending upon the contract under work where there are fewer than five employees : ' : * vm porte 
physicians in the Washington area es nt ee Or ae RES ennglayed, 
you to have. Doctor bill protection 


Hospital bill protection MeEpIcaL Service or D.C. is Washington's only Mail this coupon TO DAY! 


Group Hosprraization is Washington’s only Blue Shield Plan. . | 
It helps you pay for surgical or maternity care Or call REpublic 7-5000! 


Blue Cross Plan. It is a nonprofit public service 
. and is organized under special charter from - - - Plus X-ray, laboratory and anesthesia services aS 
the Congress of the United States. when these services are directly related to surgi- BLUB CROSS-BLUE SHIELD, Dept. Z-1 
cal and maternity care. ‘etait a [ 
tation Building, Washington 6, D.C. : oy 


Briefly...for nonmaternity care...Group Hos- 
pitalization covers you like this: Paid-in-full coverage is assured you for service cal i tac ta alk la aan tal, He STOP Sisn Mi r 
Biue Shield protection. I understand you do not send ssleamen or EO RE . Reward. 
solicit by phone. fé Caiteat traffic’ as 20 ‘Paiches” 
owner 


GROUP HOSPITALIZATION, Inc. 
is Washington's Blue Cross® Plan 


MEDICAL SERVICE OF D.C. 
2: is Washington's Blue Shield® Plan 


You need both kinds of protection, Make sure you have both plans! 


. +e a me em — wee & a - oe ee“ Re op em 


- O 7-897 Perr ; b : ve. giring : Me 
; 4 ’ . Al J * te | nee 
| menane caonee gratis] ELECTRICIANS ate |: cae oR ine 
: es senna Be geo SHEET-METAL 
sk _ toon Inside Youns sales , Why Not Sell the Best? WORKER 


Be ae Ml bar ald = | euhee7™ | work. Prefer licensed | Batt he 
SURE U TSE esieerecas | uate. eyes | “amare” SHEET METAL re, wacker 
- be estate, auto. pr nufacturing Plant 
i | eee iedtietamanet nie] APR Be : MECHANICS & 
80) Si : call 3U. $-7200. Fi Ie AY 48s Ee, 1 Cada oes ASSEMBLERS Must have ability to 


ent aoe work- EXPEDI1 > Lifetime, peurity., If You Sell a Food Plari 


. ll ares LABORATORIES FLOORMAN NO CHARGE FOR LEADS (AIRCRAFT) read shop drawings. 


: MELPAR, INC. pul time wath Corimmes | FOR VEHICLE DEPARTMENT INVESTIOATE ag Adis 


BECKER’S PUBLIC CONTACTS CALL TU. 2.2920 ris te emoresting work related) MONDAY Through FRIDAY 


—s Par , MEN: 1 ais Guomen, Fh Af THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE or | SAI ES MEN working from blueprints. Nems-Clarke, ae 

ie esup Blair Drive 
7 Sit cdvecltanie FTS cree wyatt, Seg AOE 19-40 | OPENINGS FOR WIREMEN | sitver sprinc, MD. 
anery y contract serv) ice . $88 = King st.. TRAI NEES tae Pa 2 a permit: must beable. So, operate SEVERAL MEN M ed in troubl 
ea brma. ent “comm . :. F eee "la War. ENGI NEERI NG ae 1 ! At; oS eek be ‘ich schoo! graduates. rience ip. ,teneu amor eell- toutes a ya pmol 


of 
VITRO AMERICA 


— storm 
su 


ie ime an ap nef te tee ay am ‘ SEE AD UNDER AIDES STOR wl ' *2 nee + ams, | lith® Tel'te to y Pee ‘ia 6 DEAL: IN A PRIME cated electronic equipment. 
a: age om tae TRAINEES = 818 POR BRUTE PHS NECESSITY ERCO Division) TRAINEES 


We will helb you Knowledge of elec- 600 ae 


aa tor br €0.. aS com = will oF att of 
“ inde Cis DRAFTSMEN- tronie | components, ans iii ate b LEADS FURNISHED § |ACF INDUSTRIES, INC. 


ee or part time, We instruct you prints and schematic RAILWAY EXPRESS Better Than Average Earnings Riverdale, Maryland DRAFTSMEN 


hacker's test. ’ : ave L. gt . 
. 1 _— MELPAR, cain’ waa a te have gene sup pelt AGENCY INC Apply At SUBURBAN WASHINGTON, ali 
ence in stock, ex- ure 4 k shop ‘ 6219 3D ST. NW. 
ne a INC. | pediting er planning. a, nteresting, niet 2ND & EYE STS. NE. S OPENINGS FOR YOUNG MEN 
ucts, ; 8 
Rockville Pik Pike. Rockville, M4. OL. thr 5 | Alert dependable. to. a SALESMEN INTERESTED IN LEARNING 


Position offers op- 
THE HIGHLY LUCRATIVE 


te 
to inspector . “Oe sat | ! messen # ust he hs 
t memt. trainee. ‘car | cans Amoco Station. 231 Ala- DRAFTSMAN portunities to ad- GRAPHOTYPE OPR——$200--| cense. Permanent gp. 3 ‘ 
St laut cintment TRAINEES FIELD OF DRAFTING 


| vance, in expanding 


ec Pe . — 
epost. © are 1. wv al-te-eali tone tehion phon ot perma: | organization LLOYDS EMPL. SERV. ee NiGwT MANAGER One of the oldest and lars 


dr, i right Mechanical-Electronic 1420 N. ¥. Ave, NW. ST. 3-2 


. et a ‘ char 2207 or pe sure sm oe | landscape nursery prod. 
Bidg. supvr » Sth class W a ~ part- oe “werk, I APPLY IN PERSON aA Y MAN—White Hoom. board, Must “Tella ve natio Salk will em ee men 
’ : apt. plus $300 | ary he round store and on ta iis ares to ag 
2 ~ 


' X 0 4:00 P . GFR trainee ce 
N, Experience Preterred smenae ome FRIDAY c : 30: refer ‘ome accoun ting exp custom FOR 
sepeeiace INDU STRIAL ENGINEER but will eon student. open 8 


Reincul bat nat _scesuas ‘short Permanent. Position Ber eet we hans 

Hersot Wan “Eeolnaes eel MELPAR, INC. oy Vos tae +e 2, 12th wi ee aos, ELECTRONIC ee 

gee ae | "(Chased Thanksetvine FFICE MESSENGER , Abe 

CHECKERS Nems-Clarke, Inc, 3000 ARLINGTON BLVD. INTERVIEWER Ne oh oc atk inde, ‘i anieninil sbiy. more’ Der AT LEAST ONE YEAR OF 
19-23. must, have th HIGH SCHOOL 


j 919 Jesup-Blair Drive ee ee ve prepne enrere.s jee ipayirien fies. in| 98% ae od the 
Electrical—Mechanical Silver Spring, Md. soe petrsierel Pass it -sTO8 in b-day""verk, chat ce. tor ak vance- oie ahaa a ASSEMBLY : airhaakabas 


cus 
oat POSITION! mMoNDAY THROUGH FRIDAY GOVERNMENT HO. 2- stn sd no seasons as atract DRAWING COURSE 
Rxisting Sty" rier chee inely ey re- 9 TO 4:30 ENGINEERS EMPLOYEES is os, work WORK 
nace all ings for dimensional = , INSURANCE CO. OFFSET PRESSMAN , jardenere 
ee bos COMMUNICATIONS sea 1.0 Oy tc it a oka sale caliaaaiats 
TULA Agcy. se 7.56 Experience thesia tnciude 1 veat D ETSMEN ENGINEERS | Pienee E direct gstrance Era pe Ga vl : Merron FOR ADVA rT) 

bate Paaeas antes | DRA JANITOR” | ile sarees, ax tifbe, Weodner. 8, veer mprenetvceonot 
sg anaes’ Attractive loye benente. Por Geod job oe tn ae sm a Tues. Ne ee 

WY sah Bereta Ben, | An outstanding opportu | NATIONAL & | sesu'Mae SEeraL. ss Gar Position Offers CRENSEATION 


Personne or ; 
20s: excellent oppor- orward resume nity to achieve profession- ¢ 0. ne st. - ay —_* experience SALESMAN Adding mac achine  and/ 


tunity fe ee Fe al status. The Glenn L. Caron WINRet rer 5 nt oppor ane earn 
perience ne fence helpful ML 6-day week. Vitro Laboratories Martin Co., which has re- INTERNATION’L plored): & i: 2 to ah.10 per bout fora tke ioe ma Contact Branch 

DIVISION OF cently been awarded the PAS) | oy sme gnow MEN Part-time. fants OPPORTUNITY FOR 
Govt. Employees Ins. Co., VITRO CORPORATION | contract for the EARTH perienced in off bu x 956. v a »- APPLY IN PERSON 
NW. OF AMERICA SATELLITE, has positions TRAVEL Ceptiol Hin. Sty . ary. Excell ADVANCEMENT 


for draftsmen with either | preck, me. 
of? Fiabe Ave. Sliver Spring, ee. schooling or experience. as 6-400 2 Gey. for saachania, Geek needed: epases "inétodine fore. Pease eal BA. M. TO 4 P. M., 
6-7400. tes MANY EMPLOYEE 


INVESTIGATOR gecond oak wftiores: a i report heady as ‘werk, soe |S 


serested |i ONWA mW.) You can become an im- CF Se mene MACHINISTS COLORED: | SALES TRAINEE BENEFITS MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 


portant part of this indus- ers. receivers. direc 


Go ~ rt ye corre ~~ up ei di : ~ an {Bp - 8 
opty auto allow- ishwasers S om rade $3 . oo pee woe a: ae eat neh iyeie v4 a GENERAL ALL AROUND BR 2 SO es mo. | NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED APPLY IN PERSON (CLOSED THANKSGIVING) 
CALVERT CREDIT CORP, = changerg ¢ 0 up SATELLITE, the MATA- Experienced on Small Jnhantie grapdetn Salary, car expenses, bonus 
wah Mt Rain ro "aml — White” neers DOR guided missile, of Mechanisms pa ure ar. EMPLY. “SeRV incentive. Thorough training 8A.M TO4P.M 
EDYERTISING cik. ........- 33 "hai Ri tecaie © the VIKING rocket. for 4 to 6 months. Must be Pee Lr 
Wireman, besiaier <°/. "2... EMPLO AGENCY. INC ABOVE AVERAGE between 23 and 32. Local ter- 
Se are RE EE EN AE EAE ~ Opportunitin iw _me- | FINANCIAL RETURNS |MACHINE PARTS ca story. No aight work, MEANY “WOR PREDAY MELPAR, 
ce eee td Bec wae tam Mepis] CHANICAL ELECTRI- INSPECTOR BE As MOTTE Mt = ‘Adding Machine Co, |  SO@ED Tmaxxsarviva : 
eer Yi i Ave, vt . ave. 3.W. MUMS eae wages in large C 
dvertising Man, $7000 CLERK Oe ie ae Capable of using machine shop sybalrision, of p ADPly Fe Paste js eat oh eal | N 
rrete DT ERS TON A AEIEOMS | measuring instruments for in-| fai" beorsis are SALESMEN MELPAR, 


roducte. is bet pra ee pr br oh office, Near, PROFESSIONAL $ first of , 
et Pat (m Anfeeen fo use ne typing | EMPLOYMENT men “y Pee! somites a PLASTERER (1) EXPERIENCED—AGE 25-39 IN C 3000 Arlington Bivd. 


BOYD'S, Cor. 12th & G/# % 
At ye taieohena. one earnings ee eS ine -da re _ 4 Nedhe _ tity parts. PAPERHANGER (1) f Immediate opening due to pro- 
is -nrmstenes, Call 9 to 5. I 4. ae c “a . vit ping MARTI N IVING PAINTERS (4) motion ole ranks. — Falls Church, Va. 
CLOGGED THANESOG A + j on inessmen r- ; . 
Air lines Need “igs 2 t Sypeus. x, . ipdusiousy aopd nas ing day. For further details,| 1211 South Fern St. 
Please only, at 7 L et entrance be- MEL PAR, NC. WILLARD TEL phone orr 26 DAV IA (Take Arnold 2-V Bus from 
‘ 14th & Penn, Ave, NW. 
Young Men paltimore % “| ENGRAVING fh Sa Fe RGAE AAT? ace| Arlington, Va. of 
Hs." L, Mrs, cur t + aati ten “alt Sou oie 00.0 Mey Soe ____|Machine Operator Palle, CHURCH oy PORTERS APPO! VALABLY SAT. 
ag mi eat aK hie sheet] DRAFTSMAN, MECH. Cake Arnold 2-¥ bus from 11th 
ADVERTISING for adNencemen iat wm} Experienced on Gorton | “™* *%* 2% [0 il eilunes! ine _ SALESMEN 
LAYOUT ARTIST aa ae fee iet seselttad oles rirnas ERs eerste. Sol Company benctite | MAI CLERK: 30-38. Hepp, 919, | FALLS CHURCH LABORATORY Furnishings and Sportewser 
: Sis” 14th | opportunity wk a * We 
a =. Ry CLERK Tehite) ace 15-357 variety an aos Mo Lg yA CO. APPLY IN PERSON —* rae, ant project. must be Bermanent positions. fen Pals rade men's wear So ee Ser pati SYSTEMS WORK WITH 
tat PSE etry Draft iit A set, Lg iy S7i0 columbia Siang cmotare banefita : a re ao rieggact ' EDPM 
attsmen, mane ®, Ari. Renta working conditions. » alk FS, 
urangs| dave. Br. gal 900, MAN AGENGENT othe Bee “eRv. $A M TO4P. M pear R fone a hte s SSS Ma"aturanee benef” | ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING MACHINES 
Reg a5 MONDAY THRU PRIDAY APPLY MR. JOHNSON | REQUIREMENTS: 


m. to 12 
pints DEPARTMENT 1420 NY. ave nw _3-3207 
f liar ; 
ee rost | es ro Sap Ages Shae | MLW actvion site for oe bet NAEL PAR, INC. | Sion inti uctesei’s 236] clone Tantosteinn LEWIS & THOS. SALTZ meine — ———— 


and Times Herald town companies. Positions are per- . Steady Job e- / *| « week. Apply Employment Office 
1515 L Street NW. tes for erwith ‘excellent opportuni-| liable trustworth ' 1409 @ ST. NW é; , SS 
CF a Udder GaSe | Secu ach trae tts] | “RRLARYEERTERAT™ © — | Sherator-Cariton, Hotel MAEL PAR, INC. IR os stig gh Meade ny Boost voge aes 
m, salesmen, See . Rove re ex 
ADMINISTRATIVE "SRE ota fiat. | Bey Reece a! roy goes 2, om. pe eet EaeTR ae ge | SALESMEN INTERVIEWS DAILY 
) N WI | ae ; ROOM 331 ~=-:1220-19th St. N.W. RE. 7-3705 
iE, . . Attractive income; good references. } think I've got the deal | 
designers 7 ; ae Bie y Arnold 2-¥ Dus from ith looking for. it | INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORP. 


prepa 
momen sts. ow. to vlant entrance.) you ‘ve 
. w stud 


never ea ing thzpagh the bus winter eee MAN WITH CAR ts only 1 dime to find 
it eat draftsmen Si icing ioe, apueeics FLIGHT tate "as sales distributor, Barn- ror “Call AD. 4.3648. 
= WHERE OPPORTUNITIES DRIVERS. pay pie oe pom rouse ‘arransemen ‘oc. x. - §-9040, | SALESMEN Singer S ving Ma- 
5|GROW BY GEOMETRIC] i $2 Bh io. 5. fh is PERSONNEL | sissiraite' tition Spat dikeOk RRO TH| seleomen.— _ "7 ENGINEERS: 


entrance) 


We have Rood men te of o nenee UNUSUAL CAREER FIELD OPEN 


t while training around 
nes Sonu, Expe 
9-16 @ producer, No canvassing ‘ 


PROGRESSION... | Re wT reveling Man selected wi 


The Flight Test Depart- In advance. calling on definite, rADY , —m. r salary ~pemenastaten. .2t.P ' 0 TH 

General Electric's EDITORS ment is expanding rapid- ‘Fuslitted aopointments, A acte dio apd eat out ree a 1 HE 46079. MOVE UP W 

5 ee Gas Turbine Div. ly a8 @ rent of extensive MANAGEMENT EAL ESTATE BENDIX RADIO 
nsible test programs on high REAL OPPORTUNITY. for «6 SALESMEN 

HERTS acta speed land and water TRAINEE fan time sce of the et  satate 

are based planes presently un- A. yy othices in ashington.! gucceessful salesmen with our na- 

der development at The ission and bonus tional company esra from 


‘To RA WE? OS Bi of NUCL TO HIGHER LEVELS OF ACCOMPLISHMENT! 
up. Complete 


fut t t aa a ae sass rransement will « A, 5 smen meeting our 

| of a onet day, Sige nenson oh ee eee igatitations. i] CHM ios appsisimeat, Str STEP UP THE 

General Electric is con- tei ieee WE OFFER: cary, hs. moa D. LADDER OF SUCCESS... 

tinually expanding _ its nophap plot Pe Bag yay sare ; pee? -ESMEN- 

ASSISTANT MANAGER enn OY oy Moe see «Be ool of applicat extend well beyond the nat gel cake. se. a tin ed en rp oo Pea me | BENDIX RADIO IS GROWING FAST 

murs ema no, sass! ae turbine fel a Pe, | 32.000 | rack — ine Pista) Bs MISS | fake! at inet Bad AND HAS STANDOUT OPENINGS FOR: 
lenment. C 


| after "oft treinine. Kopiy 
608 oth sts 


ance, Bee Mr. Soa This necessitates the em-| —j oe Pt “we the dees executive ass For furt sreaien aa "7. ELECTRONIC ENG 

Ave. Silver ployment of men with ENGINEERS tive compensation plan. Dutsranding a —_ Person? : 
advancement potential management levels. Sa Ive MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 

and supervisory ability. HYDRAULIC The following opportunl- | REQUIREMENTS ARE tractors, en by ers represent. TEST ENGINEERS RADAR FIELD ENG. 


Burk Se isk Sate te ea ps ties now exist: ing nine yal 
oF ees! designers__|PERMANENT POSITION ' pis ce or SR. TECHNICAL WRITER 


fetes nae 


mm = Seon me] es ecm IMRERR, | ENGINEERING — | mun nome nh FIELD SERVICE | MECH. LAYOUT DRAFTSMEN 
: draftsmen ee of ad tat veer . a Strone management potentist | SALES OPPORTUNITY ENGINEERS 


with 2 of more years experience! 48 ic if ty in ROBLE Flying time of 2000 hours Wittinences te selecate. Bendix Radio's success’ in to pioneer great new strides 
NVOLVED It GN O salad" palin producing the world’s finest in advanced electronics. You 


are needed for the ORDNANCE EQUIPMENT. In reply to advertise a product an 

; ; : . ; 
following categories: ; ace. height. weleht. education. and Cw Recent graduates in electronic equipment has can move ahead with us! Top 
ess are earning electronic engineering resulted in a rapid expansion = salaries . . . @ secure future 


< ’ ; wd 
SreTaMs iz MD : , wk? bee Rr Oue aa bu _ Why can't yout or men with vocational of both our government end . . . placement at highest 
5 eMENT PAULICN . . PRODUCTION MPL. 108” "Brot §-9704 for sppoiniment. ee commercial business, Cur- level of your capabilities . . . 
mY = rently we are planning a relocation expenses paid... 
ae %, een APT peaton aa TEST PILOT it Bet oem ES ween ronrelnagger og = great new engineering build- all employee benefits . 
“ mamnten nm : 

~ i. Ft fend) VITRO LABORATORIES Act. | , ‘Ant x ing. We are moving ahead ideal working conditions, 

ike ane a wy ate and'$00 hours of jet time, | sicuinacie Sar peer: waar? Ba oA puters, television, fe, a 
strante. ac BORE ICA Multi-engine experience. piv in person. pasrises Auto Serv- MANAGER gee required. A good LET US SHOW YOU HOW YOU CAN 
tk | knowledge of electronic ADVANCE YOUR CAREER WITH US! 
theory i ry. 


ere ‘tirm. in 

Ruste» ENGINEERING FLIGHT TEST iain requires, craftsman. 
Boe AIDES ENGINEERS youts. r a know- For interview appointment 
a pubs feiiliinin tik aio s$soo0 ‘Cau vonfiaty| Bett wad senso Nepeview call Mr. WILLIAM KIRBY 
. ze . 8 Phone Number DISTRICT 
FOR PERSON ag ere & ELECTRICAL) gram at tage testing tar | ght INTERVIEWS WE WILL BE IN finns i wares ‘dees 
INTERVIEW iN +l eet elle oe digg yah tt imerice Wiotey, | MAY BE ARRANGED | WASHINGTON dates between 9 AM, and 
WASHINGTON | cae 0 ee 10-day: guarantee work. Re- ahisevt's | IN YOUR CITY | NOV. 20, 21& 22 5PM 
Contact My Your reply will be treated | port 7:30 a.m. ready to work. eetie vusiuses’ Ours (Sunday, Mon. & Tues.) Or send resume te 
empio Mr. Carl Charbonnet ine fields. with strictest confidence. . M. yok ve. mn coer hee - gel) Personne] Manage 
iss Nov. 21, 22, Mon. & Tues. asthe Enel pais ui | ERCO DIVISION 


GUIDED MISSILES y ss for fomplete 
12 Noon to 9 P. M, RADAR | Ben. | 3 ; 
PROFESSIONAL arited men x of annual ACF Industries, Inc. 
EXecutive 3-5035 FIRE CONTROL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE sth Se xc ; esta cats mages hong velba BENDIX RADIO | 
TORPEDO SYSTEMS No ys, Warfield 7-4444 Division of Bendix Aviation Corp. 


‘ave weets =| MARTIN SEG] Ger eaee, © | tunes im stutm | BALTIMORE-4, MARYLAND 


L 
ELECTRIC CO. | vitro LABORATORIES Pag Washington, D. C.) 


Vitro Comp. of ‘Americe 
063 Wayne Ave, Gtiver Gorins, 364. 


BOOKKEEPING 
MACHINE 


if ea | . RT TIME | OPERATOR 


wie te , Experienced, under 35, 
Technicians 7 ee MANUFACTURER of a ee 


gene ELECTRONIC Spd NATIONAL SAVINGS 
salary gpen 


tee a ot ty =f DEVICES ol Bids: Sota & TRUST CO. 
t or service experience) cae 


sick , | . 
y Giclee iaerer| ATIATEE mies Ete Cosine | MT tom nie dicttafl| MACHINE OPERATOR Electrical 
Gall Mr. Peariman (today only) | CH M ve driver's per- monba¥ i Yo MILL SUPPLIES WITH ST. | “work. 
Seer wy ee et OUNG MEN tor order aie KNOWLEDGE OF PUR- icity ool 222 ES bereen ote “work < on Gnderwood- Workers 
sh and’ 


(Closed Thanksgiving) 
‘CHASING DEPARTMENT 


10 sy age OF to lP. mM 
gag AB ogre ete se 3 sake : 
eS Sitti! feaane’| peek hare er MAELPAR INC. we’ ETM em eae MUST BE | EXPE- 


sen masters ove. ne. anh 3084 
be me *|  RIENCED IN. WIR- 
(Od sett Davis er. <— a & AN. MILLER} ING, SOLDERING SECRETARY 

vD. APPLY : 

ENGINEERS mr aa ROO | Ft SE lee BvT OF SMALL ELEC. | NEWSPAPER 
Gis A ae ean] Be Base] ERCO DIVISION Se enncs|_ CASHIERS SHOULD BE ABLE | Sens 
aces ! SABE APS EES mresnn, ea | rss 
(ORDN ANC E) training d4000. plus) ACF Industries, Inc. Sp es a se heey eee a aoace 


USHERS te axe 38 Riverdale, Maryland 
Part-time, evenings and weekends: to 45, 2 t0 : +4 : : 
ddan eee. Pas eas| ee cae pais "| Warfield 7-4444 Unlimited HOTEL STATLER 


loyees preferred. Apply Tuesday 


Qualified electrical me- “THE PLAYHOUSE zi 7 ¢ : (Located in Suburban Opportunity CLERK Sor ere ft sities: ERCO iahemaie : 
benefits. discour | _puren e as on Fos 


chanical engineers with ve. end | to | -272. Post Washington, D. C.) 


15th St. bet, New York Ave. an 
ordnance experience for Window _Display Men|-X ¥ a8 and Times Herald 
long term employment in : Interested in Build a management career DIVIS | ON IST'S L Street N.W. 
the Washington area. Excellent Salary 9. 30. : far: eotgee in finance, with con- DRY CLEANING STORE 

Both senior & junior en- WITH FOLLOWING BENEFITS pe ce ¥. ip. tinuously expending com- yg ena a ACF INDUSTRIES 
gineers are needed. ‘dD. ms 30 "til 7 | t tj | pany Rapid promotions vacations or quarterly bonus; ne | INC. Snes — 19-33.  ES., ones. 
; cASt Tree PAID 3 WEEKS IN '$200 TO n erna iona and salary raises. experience fecessary. Apply in| 


DscOUNT 
Submit resume and salary Pak eae ns AT | 21, tonto. whlign car: exp Business “Official Dry ae RIVERDALE, MD. 
"east st heh eclool education. ° t—for iaie. coms a 


requirements to Box M. OND , -3928, : 
332 Post TH. FOR PERSONAL INTERVIEW 30. to Machines ine program z nionaling et Hous, “Ablitky ar? 
SEE J. P. JOH IM “hom en while M 


NSON oven rainin MH - 
| cit offices. Downe 


_6-9:30 P. M. Shove be bene i Sepia 3 tal ee ' persons 


“GELVER'Semina. MB.” ezine te «=©=6 CUSTOMER ms 
. . n m.' in | 7 fimancial future 
P RODUCTION EXPEDITORS a Er Sig tS oc “Por ENGINEERS Sidest Sg a an Te art rker dor Protes- | ee BKKPR.—$300 
YOUNG MAN bow gh! me | -_ 4 6280. Tues a company Buite 1406 . oat =a pole. entry. 35-hr. wk. Diversi- 
(3) Medical Scienes Bidz.. 4-5:30 p.m. (Technical ERE-TYPIST—16-35 for inter- Laren i a A vane -TYPIST—$245 
eet te? "._= ree For Servici y re ry =~, a ¥: cave “bene benefits. ave s¢. oF . yg qoeeee. b Snee. Raise in 90 
lo qualify for these positions the individual must have fivers truck fo An aistributer Du OPENING wal * DEBS ite Household Finance Saran Cities. ota ny i oa one = a b.D6 KouNor ' Li 
r a .. 


had recent experience in manufacturing pertaining Permanent position with» ~~ ; 
a0 wiaiivené éudibanat. tunity to evance, inter steek ‘room business. Married) ACCOUNTING MACHINES Corporation Kee 15-35. For eeechool y W.—$80 
or a gM, 1, Me, Above aver ines pteresting posto ith diversi- ya oe an SECYS.—_LAW—$ 
5 dey, 40 heer eek, Ast ME 6.| 1. chosen. you expected REQUIREMENTS: duties TV Yield vorefers SECY. Alexandria ....... 
Capable of reading drawings, knowledge of electronic 1723 after 9:30 A.M. ah, unt 170 e st.|  Electro-Mechanical Training 3238 Rhode Island Avenue Tine breed ea HOSTESSES SATA a ie oes: a ae 
parts, fabrication and assembly saandrie, Vo. | ena Wiad Rainier. “Siar? 
| Gee aes = tar MSUBORBAN YA LLOYDS EMPL. MPL. SERV. 
Experience ; A BAN YA. 
Immediate assignment to varied and interesting ENGINEERING PHYSICISTS rater ee: ANDRIA west spenkiiee tiie pers 1900 Ww. OY. Ave NW 
projects. ry on agperntnent. Cel ALEX rm pr exeell * eanai- Neat appearing voune women 35- eerae. position with est. 
work. ) ip Penne, bi axeel. 


AERONA on porter have 

Excellent starting rete, rapid advancement, perm- tehicete ates REpublic 7-3705 ; a z4 -86 2s | com pany, panes GER CO. BP iben ent and| ferred H aa r “Tefesione vole a vain 

anent positions. CHEMICAL ENGINEERS OT : J —e aap Se ony oe a 3. Mr, Morris 
So pitalization, ann a 


Neat. keractive high school 


MEC *. App! 
CALL IN PERSON ore rey Srna INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS |"iishrosiiber mat experienced I ary. exce ae cae "HOT SHOPPES 7 


DAILY 8:00 A.M. TO 4:00 P.M. | METALLURGISTS MACHINES CORPORATION eR toes iq HECH : 
Tu STREET, HW. Stimes” This ts sth © =|" HOSTESS SUPERVISOR 


R A > vresi< 
resident of established 
1220 i firm conveniently 


MONDAY THRU FRIDAY - | a ost fad oon to take complete charge | of #3 - week & om 
ha A. 


OR CALL FOR EVENING APPOINTMENT See our ie | 4 Bice ox 
of personal ee Fe) | ives beneriis. Ap * oh Persons 


Maryland Electronic ARE YOU —w ster a: deere wes | 
Manufacturing Corp. Dpisseyononteste THIS MAN? aa ee se SECRETARY 
5009 Calvert Reed _ Collage Park, Ma. ENGINEERING Bes ATI ang a = a n-HELEN DAY. CLERK-TYPISTS 
: who. is not satisfied with a ilo ve | banat, Wt, $3500 ext, 2i8” "| capi, Orne, Dune). Sask 


, 7 a» res ‘ 
SUPERVISORS his present earnings? , 4 en P : my CLERK-TYPISTS SILER products in 2 oe “be: Agee 8 RT 


te tween now ahd Amas Ra. 8- 


The Man . ave 4 
tn who is willing te work? = some typing «.+-++- $33! 5-Day 35-Hour Week DIES. bo aE, Set 
WASHINGTON 4b , | vers xmas Fiy fe - 
‘ Nov 20 21 29 A Man a9 R t ‘ave. . | Soo Rene pe 4 ti yon. rt ye AB | pn suburban 
‘ | , ’ who sincerely wants to le a oI od apace Sg — “t vece tons “HAI Rienmmeed resident 


: -typis ibe 
secure his future? Ba oeses = ae © hotel es of this aren pre 


MARTIN, developers and manufacturers 
les cle ferred. 


of the famous MATADOR missile; nesta ge ~ oreent career eopertanisies offered by our | A Man fete ateey BR ARICH =. | APPLY 
, : pragram sor eve ® nuclear engine for aircraft, who wants to make as : 2500 wis. 
the SEAMASTER airplane; and the i een ws 0h nes réuch as $200 » week? ge Y i seat Ts PEOPLES LIFE INS. oh Bey a 9:30 =i wARLY Fe RE, . 


record breaking, high altitude ¢ 18-35. Seven SEAT WRAPPERS aap ee aT 6:00 A 
VIKING rocket has opportunities for For an Appoi + t WE OF SAN eo “Hy = sti" poews j04"E “E- 60 up. POTOMAC a CLOSED THANKESOIVING 
’ inrTmen ss NY OBER UFs =A | “. ‘7 | me. | roa 
EXPERIENCED engineers and RE- CALL MR. P. R. SMITH PENDEL ARMS ACCTG. CLES TO $70) Ft adatea ask ints | MOUAy CECmEAET su=m|MELPAR, INC. 
f ae. + offic ve 
CENT GRADUATES. EXECUTIVE 3-5034 SALEABLE PRODUCTS a ie. teal eit : a fa SECRETARIES . ib 7 pia Wi ae Al 5 aye ws a os 


between 11 AM. & 7 P.M. IN THE WORLD *to {ries white, under 
from 30“to 80 wom. » duty. pvt. —————— 


AIRCRAFT EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY : ae tices | EPE-TYPS. from 20%0 09 yom. | Ma tor 
If these dates sre inconvenient, please a. lete OTHER Sipe Fou ot lise bright... $308 Dearbs ‘Std. xperienced prit «al 
You can make the transition while working resume to sar. P. R. emith, Oftes aA, Sastpaeas Supertensh Stop in and let us show you. OTHER OFF? = be ba. S28 oWirce oh : ies arphnogig: stay 
Car required—Drawing acct. t, insurance . .6t. 5 TT eer res Roy ee oie #59. POTOMA is 5-2000 and BE sts. nw. te plant entrance. 
t e 


on very exciting current and advanced 300 Se 
$6 .* 
teas, airport : as His-$50) abies te 


projects PRATT & WHITNEY AIRCRAFT | | appty 10 A. Mm. [Meeker gate Saati: sobs ae BS ree 


Opportunities in: an meer’ gaa Givin Bekins MB: =| ATITAS Agcy. RE. 7-5767 scree Lier 
ROCKETRY 7 ‘1620.8. X,_ Ave, NW Room 808 | SF 
METALLURGY . | ACCOUNTING CLERKS} re 

sects. bar east PAYROLL 
arrears ENGI NEERS ? s St : CLERK 

ent job. _ 0 


FLIGHT TEST 


Career - 
» NATIONA fh LY” ‘SERVIC a 
s 0 Ei Payroll or similar expert 


AERODYNAMICS | fier CB reiable "oo 7 

po What Goes O Scere: SESS mae 

MATERIALS LAB al O€S nM... éaii NA. 4-990, Ext. 2s CLERK.TYPIST nity for edvanceren. 
xcellen * e- 

INSTRUMENTATION IN THE AIRCRAFT GAS TURBINE DIVISION ) Sagerellees rape Mere 


SERVO-MECHANISMS fa AT GENERAL ELECTRIC? | pels Sm | ae . at location. 


MEGHANICAL DESIGN | athe ein 8 ss Pye http 
FLUTTER and VIBRATIONS In a sense, this Division is a developing ground for engineers. Their no Toe nv. | Renaire-Freezer-Foods MonDA Y 
NUCLEAR REACTORS record of personal pore ean the hac iad s own rapid growth EDS “EMPL. ER 101 Hg pln wl SE. (CLOSED THANKSGIVING) 
the field, which has nes in t now used by the |. = er hea? tt. Ea | to 
ee mm oF gach ea note a gi INC.) 3 
 TRONICS From the AGT Division come both advanced jet engines and compo- ’ een RK-TYPIS anch sical a 4 
RADAR nents. Its engineers are concefned with evolving new, untried theories tons in PUBLIC , fe ee = = Pais Charen. Va. 
SONAR of aircraft propulsion. The newest and most complete facilities are EDUCATION. EMB | 
INFRA-RED available for building “Demonstrator” engines and putting them to erk-1 sts, +25 oS 


COMPUTERS every test. 
INFORMATION THEORY Your originality and know-how will be recognized immediately. As 


a matter of fact, engineers from this Division are constantly being sought ent *pieesing i 
neta © RADOMES for managerial ‘and specialist positions throughout General Electric. << tial Awe “Tbetss bie dave; ‘etc 
TRANSISTOR CIRCUITS p.m. Baturdazs. Goo salar? : 

ss 2 _| figpeans "benedt. “Abeis "| BPE te 


MICROWAVE 
Openings Now for: i (S—Colored, to take charge Sn eo BF INC. 
x ecker PERSONN 5 


COMPONENTS 


COMPONENT ENGINEERS—PHYSICISTS-MATHEMATICIANS PBs Nye nae 


De he Ger f" o . FO soe 8 _Ey. 
icine METALLURGISTS-CHEMISTS te ieee ww.| Regard cust gE OBER | Sai rte ae 
THE GLENN L. MARTIN CO. has an , ae. a8 See uD oe Reman aaen ) 


intelligent program for your pre eames we and evaluation of new aircraft AF ra : at spi : 
. | . 7% er “analer 
fessional development and growth —Development of fuels and combustion systems for future engine im fons. att Pi NATIONAL“EMAL tenvige | Ea te ie Eee ora ott 
. leading to positions of greater types. wi some 
ehe ° - 4 
responsibility. | —Rocket motor and ramjet engine studies—this section located Airlines Need with = college backsrou PROOF ao PAPER TUBE CO 
in upstate New York and Cincinnati, Reatures Departmen Py. MACHINE 100 Frankia #8. BE —__. 
COMPANY-PAID PENSION PLAN —Numeiteal: eralyais and giegremming, using 18M 701 ang. Young Women). fhe aes. OPERATOR STENOGRAPHERS 
LIBERAL RELOCATION ALLOWANCE associated equipment. ae a .P per At ‘Des “call if. om between 9 a. m. and 
a 


HOUSING‘READILY AVAILABLE —Facilities and testing equipment design. ARTI STS (6) aa tangy pe Experienced, under 35, 
Near. plant located in suburban Balti afisk ¢ . ington llent working con- 
more Bert emperature welding and metallurgical processes develop- Men or women. $2.50] and Times Herald — ws: working 


| : to $4 per hr. for quali- 
WASHINGTON INTERVIEWS —Aerodynamic and thermodynamic design and analysis. fied artist commercial, soy ©. otmeer NW: NATIONAL SAVINGS 
& TRUST CO. 


NOV. 21 & 22 —Manufacture and testing of prototype and production engines. on, —~ we prt ba COUNTER GIRLS 
| ntire 8th FI-930 F St. Boe pio “RECEPT.-TYPIST—$65° 


ee ret Serene, cine, bey ) : ase | RECEPTIONIST 
EXecutive 3-5888 weekdevs 10 AM. oP. WASHINGTON INTERVIEWS z bon ne Gertie aoa sree 


or write November 22, Tuesday 


Call Mr. ‘Carl Charbonnet at EXecutive 3-5035 SOB Dg PES. PAT) wun mang nope 


PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT 
or send resume to: 


Technical Recruiting, Building 100 


MARTIN | GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. 


Baltimore 3, — Cincinnati 15, Ohio 


- 


oom, oe fee TITee eee t ey @, lan 


i 2 perenne 


HELP 
ae m “VIVIAN HOTEL 

Sane Rate S| 0) Le ee 
ae CAR HOPS [Savas ee Sli cerwooo— 


ae ge: a) Be ee a ny : : a | IMMEDIATE OPENINGS attrac. see and es 


rece session poor di 2 arenas — lover 21 i postin, see 
; Tweets renee fe oe .! : : ge See ae 


PENN DEL FARMS 
OF MARYLAND, INC. 


934 Bonifant St. Sil. Spg.| ibis piteead at WAITRESS | dae GENERAL D. C. | = aa ee A 
pe gen a ends i =a uly. mre n AREA EM r gui 36 
S eupersement — salary. ed FMPLOYFR =¥or—ateiag— eane-| INTERVIEWS HELD AT SHOPS Special weekty a Re rate : | BELLE VIEW |: 


Salary and €xcetlent| SF 35" irti 3 a rinkips. AD. 2-838. |ON MT. VERNON BLVD. 


Open 
nd rt t New 
—prsex | meretrant. 3136" Cotumbie Pike. ereiypist. . COLOR. forms Furnished. Day Cot. NWA OL. NW—A rinlecta room: etulet i ' Complete Shopping Corter 
Workin Conditions, 
g be a sous! value: beau tiful furnished ary aft Resort atmosphere in, country sia b Latte se a a well- oe apace. 

earn dictaphone trans- 
Dave gaa ia. Apply 
in pe betw 10 _ aad vk. Car oo » . 
in person between 10. m Wo. f-teas APPLY AT ANY ec } dpdroom. lv. rm. dining fover.|2 BEDRM. APT. .$95-$9 

ard and R Sts. NE. | To train for light assem-! [2°S. 28" Giese yt mB: - 
" OR : ma, & 9a 36. "S0i 2014 Kaloram 


on PEX. Tele 
SPaecees Kad geeat + . C. EMPL. E _managet ; | 
: ave, Mos y throus permanent work. nes 2 Dey. | : Tips, Meals and Uni- coL—4118 ae SO : . : : it SCHOOL ON PREMISES 
Vitro Laboratories ys ging, 80 |¢WRPFREREES — Colored expert sere ie lg : ifts. ° 
"IS. atl eaced =, colored, - Waltress sere oeeeeA@ $2730) or Night Shifts. * Perma- colontD— windows overlooking earden.| 1 mn , ? - 
BERET rion siier 1 PM. aii Yo NW or! “th a *333| nent Positions. Pleasant Geka waar at ge closets. rm. bath. ‘ot 4 plate. ‘relrie. eatery re Poe haa main 300 Uvings LOVE 4 
oe Terie. bad [yatta 09 weeds pet minute. Row- ara (all kind to Se wae ser Sick ‘fm livem. “kik” pete. i 2-dedrm. apt. air cond: for 3 ot 3 Playerounds. spacious 
cription. Temporar ru January eo" ie a eee A ak a i srow etree - s. lowest wiy ‘ 
cr ane Sda-., $0-ne WOMEN Hindle seeds 8 ledin te) 29d Purchase Discount. | Ges-tis''s an ale fi pow. ottractivels furnished saa =| Ei aie “eth is eee ots Beta ss: ze 
work early eve. hours: earn. § pe | sash SCORN AVE. AP APT. B 1 BEDROOM APT... $8 oe he, ae 
NATIONAL Age 21 to 45 rs mda eae oe a gh? SEDRM. 4 APT. $112.50 ars 
GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY ortunity for rieht, wi an. Write Hot Shoppes, ine. re eee iat J 
bly work, Factory ex- | 4 of good personality, hich J | 7 far 
° € Pe se yo ao NT: cig: DU. a rem Als Ene A VIRGINIA 


' desirable but ‘sect assume 
Alert Youn Wo en perience Ad J EMPLOYMENT OFFICE cove conv. location, cé. 5-457, c 26 : ° 
g Wom rot necessary Siewattt Pett oes sae gre | A eh Gieaarses soe Saat S| SHELDON GARDENS 

! 00d. 5 week in) 1341 G St. NW., Rm. 200) fine for'a cnlla BA. 6-418: ae a a im. i{rphsportation. TE. 6-5 ‘ OFFERS 
COL.—-N_ W. Large rroat nt priv. | tina, ‘ ~~ page Reg i r t. Lee. - A FEW CHOICE 


YOU may be qualified | APPLY IN PERSON —| Slucatlon. and personality 6 a ee . 
Por i OF 46963. 10 COUPLE (white), butler and cook . 100 10th Bt NE N single Ef yn} path. all tantly oS. et BS) 1 & 2 BEDROOM APTS 
5 . 


for a | ppt. ca ; : a. m. Good refs. necessar ATT 
3 M Vick 419 Lith Bt | And don om _St NW. DI. 7-5 nore ; 
Ant. —Choice % aa e (For Immediate Occupancy) 


Service Representative position 8 AM. TO 4 P.M, 24 floor, Ol. os.” 5 oT Ia 2 Lovely iRL-—Choice 2. bedrms conv, to 73.50 88 
in one of you COL. =" ith sun _— "2 couplés wecepted. Atte Ads . — ’ O00 
T i “ts tag Woe : MONDAY THRU FRIDAY eee nee OMEN 7 | Need 50 Men & Women| 4%; vs Ter EMERSON SY NW. T885— Entire ALES’ TE =30—™. > 3.50 to $ ; 
elephone Company Business Offices (White). Pull of part time, and 6 Pisa at ae. Del ems | dae tiv. rite comb. gon ‘ml Applications for Fu 
CLOSED THANKSGIVING SALES POSITIONS rv 5 needed: guar. to make bath: Hy. 3- pvt. bath, $78. init, lle: | Sleseis end sterkee cabors pplications vor Future 
. ' ite-coliar” 9 ow and sn C3 NW—Apt10.| Washer phi $9001, __| incl daundry fi oh “Sin. 2-0996. |Occupancy also Accepted 
—New Higher Starting Salaries Excellent opportunity for retired pe : re ties RaYiac "yaa = iP : = aay ® re hath comp]. wr alt - pee conv. je Power 
MELPAR person. salesmen. of soigewome men; Sik ME 8613 -: woot ee ty , “2 mo. incl. rm “OO. 8 ee Portek bide: 1 pir: bs 4 4 TRANSPORTATIO! 
—Convenient Hours of Work / ary. pius sberal ee Com=| Good job in new oo toe pal, ; - a : -0888. FALcs Cngncit Tier ll doses; art parking t area wrt fi P 
| a ca tO , $04, vecation Site. Avviy in person, 121) 0 NE Lae 7; “abr .| and rit ‘Senge ¢ duplex es | £906 1A 2-018. a mii Liston oe 
_ 2 ; 4 Ses. : : t 
« Why Not Discuss This Interesting and Challenging AES 1 sehr sup COLORED—Cooks. short order. cote L NW int “ws i athe neat ave ONE ices 
visora . Experienced perman work.| I ; mt . =| 8 b 2 rm., . opt. ort r; 1510. N : 
Job 5 Emol Cc j " managers (col.) for well- 
with an Employment Counsetor established com new me- mode restaurant, 7134 furn Avall, Dec. titties fnelyd 0. A. 
velopment pian ina *Hlenest earnings Col jumble Pike, A bsmt “piel $ . Cm 7-221) PLEASE CALL WARRING- 
ranteed advancement. ok at Pract Lung. Di i- anreed . apt. in TON, JE. 3-0220. 
DR ine Ti hs100 "| HELP, DOMESTIC 18 COL int Felable maep ‘only. QhOnGETOwN. FOE, BL Mie | put ae, Pt Aver, 8 min. Benta-| ° 
nat 5h at i. 850, AD. 4-39 " Sins utils. Je 4-626 ) a1: ista SEN Wat 5 e300 


ady S58. AD. 4-3946 eves. 
COL — well-furn . “ARLINGTON 


1211 South Fern St. K—Good housekeeper, in. , ila own — 
PERMAN ENT ° +e a & 4 day "Bun st ae. alee St. NW priv i316 o Ge bine paneled Excep ; everything PARKGLEN GEORGE WASH. MEMORIAL Hwy. 
nicely pY os rance, he 940," ce a? ee man bapnaaie Meine 


725 13th STREET N.W. OFF JEFFERSON DAVIS POSITION Phone WO. 6-6070. eek: | COL ie at, a ov. r 
AY COOK—ist ‘Nee tn n rivis., also mewiy| _*it. for 1; $115. NO. ° = men t. room. 
Cepia eLetaNO, “oak” 13h piak Oat” SAE eM ee Te] APARTMENTS —_| fecm- ait) Seahecagtt a 
9-64 evenings JA. 8-293 


, , utils man 
Monday through Friday Arlington, Va. (FULL TIME) rs on or a8 ks NO y-0bl4 | x ry He rent. LI, 3-6608 ood Additions! closet space added. spa- 
ELD , cious rooms: compie . 
u¥ Colored iady to care for | LORED— 1620 Th. +- . eee q “BEDRM.- APT. —$76- 


8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
FOUNTAIN children. Room and board and | 7-4 fans, 815.90 -h hems 
small ‘eatery. HO. 232-3437 after cout, _ ; . i=) 20 Pentagon and Navy Annex. NEW 
The CLERKS preciate good home. $20. Ho BM bd. a | | a ats 1i8T ah ji Olen a * sm i ae Vat ST. NY pull 
Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. iui. 5-6508, o Slee omega Reel sft, Gomt fun Joy or 2.|2- Bedroom Apts., $91. 50) toe bise' ar" stop at entranen 
YOUNG WOMEN IMMEDIATE OPENINGS aehey® SONNE 7k Nw pone ee | i ae “aeile,. furn, enter. We ALGO HAVE A PEW Foind. a 
Men and W : ; ot “F. tie— Kit. iy. 
5-DAY WEEK 18 Years or Over woman 25 or over wad greet Siteal® Taek t $208 if wee ARL MEL DR CLAREMONT 
cense. Phone Quantico 1000, ext. APT. 1. JA. 5-6514 
! p | STS _ RESTAURANT cxPETE WiLL TRAIN Yo “ LAW, ca children; par am Ral veh utile. E: fas, pee oy: | qo resen : Out at Columbia, pt pike past TOP VALUE 
Discount privileges and other em- P rn? pots he ROOM? 27 100, C0. $ nt at _, 
plore benefita vancement oppor. is, day work- FARK RD. NW. fie amar CULM 40 "REALTY co.|2 Bdrms.—$89.50 


Good Starting Salary yee ACY gle? |" Fr ST. NW... “Se 3. adie ' Pe ec 
GRE AF hots tal eae geen tee wae] 498 SSS ce XE | SEPARATE ENTRANCE 


kit... pict. Window 
onl Tah facilities, er 
to 


With Increases 
HIGH SCHOOL GRADS PREFERRED Acoly at Our SITUATIONS, WOMEN en chairs. mod, | floor, apt. F Phone JR. 4-6650. 
4 “« at " : pee Be v . . -in 
| , Peoples Drug Store | ‘ 1748, “The - rank PARK. K—Dpp.. mod..| ¢ ' . 
: Meals and Uniforms Furnished . Pub. | ‘ Newly decorated 
Interesting work in pleasant surroundings, for both be- Suen Goalie Gunaien New Sount Employment  .coumnaies _pek On it na —! Tobe fai coat, HO. 7. “$163, om oles Site 50 Apsiy| Shopping. plarero 
ginners and experienced girls; opportunity and permanency Office 940, girh . all utils. 
- Floor...1th..and_@ Sts. Nw. -.  Sieient, |i 28D iy ys th -1R- mae SS x. Vile 0. ana 4 Ur: ail, trail 
Biivonce on titn Bt Over bl ro ont, 3 dedrms.. af nas, ¥* p40. util = Inquire about our furn 
: Sten ment plan. 


, : tempor 
in 8 progressive growing company. Day and Night Shifts Available ; ~{ ete 1sTH ST. NW. 4261—Pri_ Fn. z : FAROMA tice “cles hs mines 
Ls .. Z. a ‘5 v.. a 
APPLY | PEOPLES posit. . eset, exec, omer al N STA. RA 6-02 v sal) 1KO fh ae i iar Brive out Colum- 2733 S. WALTER REED DR. 
wuite Tower orrice| DRUG STORE | St freseataiiess 2 paler guts oti cea |" oe a “Te EB Pi Bercy yp] INGTON A 2.800 
~. = ts: $45. AD, 4-47 Fie — , bik, on Sth rd JA.) WEEKDAYS $-8 GUNDAY 114 


8: A, M ve 4 P. commercial erganisation pu LORED—Rons “S S a liv, . 
Government Employees. ea oi es manuel « — ilar | Ii veining sales a i bt Wicds Gland av “1323. bath. Ste. a x wel spat - ’ apt, — OXON PARK 
ine. ty, Hav ree _ ria, to0d location. i 5 nl tractive 1 and 2-bedroom am es OXON TERRACE 


AT 


5-DAY WEEK —8 to 4:30 


a ow i-Tam. 
th. “iss 2 mo.; utils incl.| {vine bedrm.. ise. kit : 
peth laundry and D wesher, entire: NN. AV APT. fpcluges, utilities 


Insurance Compan crete jeep" 
ere UNUSUAL CAREER FIELD OPEN s tr” gus ith trepl. 

in domestics. foc. = + room, elderly Cpris- Re Su ‘9-001. modeled and : large i Andrews. 7 
TAK. ote piece ts Be ag 


(Not A Govérmment Agency) ITH ae ae Ousekeepers. . 
SYSTEMS WORK W pauses S55" cbt Be Wr eaten sad oe: (the Pete fs iiig Sash | (ibctee bechen, seen bad] Ssu "Bina oe 
14th AND L STS. N.W EDPM giving dinner, $6 carfare. HO.) $90. rh .tob0, ag fear Oy. | Also sthielonel commis gaia una 
ae ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING MACHINES | WosAirganm car work ar totes |b? fem aes e131 ae me NW. 
z iy ite care ROOMS WITH TS : | — Saakeand *| Boren." heat vende h.. oe? furne eet 73 


rs 
— Bo thera goose. pprein Pale nw L~ 5 “Ist wie a rms. ROGER MOSS, 0. 2. 6020 
af th, sober sdults. HU. 5981 | BLYD.. 


REQUTREMENTS: 
Business systems knowledge eral ors. cooks. waite ARL. 


At L St. Entrance RI 
or » itty ~ van, 1tb, ohsae ' hemes juss Ni - 5 o. v= = 
tad Experience in writing instructions for AN-OH W. Dari work —aans. [- “in igth st, NW. 1 Rann DISTRICT WEIG 
operation of electronic computing machines or v6 eekly of day’ 278g | COLUMBIA RD. Ni PL tree StH ST. NW. S8th—Purn effi] NEW LUXURY eTs.| Ani INGA 
ATTENTION, GIRLS INTERVIEWS DAILY coLoaky Mai as aly ct Hg ate ee Ree, PE ilai2 Rms, ”’'37800 UP} TOWERS 
" mod : $12- | 2 —s , 
Before You Take Just a Job mice Faget eS + Paley : aoe. 2 os i bom zd. ts OL Las % = FURN. APTS., $81.50 UP! 5 smeores DO 
a INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORP, reference. id 2? + A. 9-8 {| Ei, bath Ob: ¢ = ) ® .soree.. T2 po 
Investigate a Position With a Future £03 Pee. i 1709 8 * kit and semicpet | ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED THE EENTAGON: | $ 
; - le ; , ; — Modern carden apartments. Direct 
, SITUATIONS, Men & W 2 | Figg t Ww. ‘ downtown. areal "ts Grocto uburban living. alr - 
Your Telephone Company Offers BECKER'S MANNING ER —_—— = :. Sen hy = = : afte s57 0. hee sans a . As ~ sg Sect ee ark. 
# help of sil types. Ae 4 ~~ , - eel ces 
az) shruoy List. “ FOR BROCHURE AND cilities’ bes “eee ele 


—Frequent Raises ’ 
—Friendly People te Work With, Folks You'll AGI CKER'S re Thaty game A: |TeTM BY. | Say. igs, 10a Seon aa ik 
FT FROM BE | : . NW #36 Uink- EFFICIENCIES —$80.892.90 


Enjoy Knowing MEANS MORE See Pere eae pena We Pe x Ne as Ce, 
: ; , . era RENTAL OFFICE 

—Clean, Comfortable Surroundings ihli—Yarse front room. bo. | poorsiog & ne peo | Sap Fk “aitiee. a 7812 District Heights Pkwy. 1-BEDRM.—$102.50-$145 
beds le 1-2, 5 min. to Pen- © ave. | _| Daily 9-8, Gat, 9-4, Sun. 1-6 IMMED. OCCUP. ATF $110 


—vV i With Pay and Other Benefi Ny, . nam 
ep arte des Pager JOIN OUR STAFF Bf CF £9084 or a 3-6269.| A residential ‘clud. Sel and 0 i. Hi te ae she Rear 
irt. rm. sal. or dbl.| § 5" re) priv, bath. all utils. furn. wNTOWN— : 
of aE Norn neat Oath ey | PAK UKE ESTA, apes a ii] OAY AND EVENING 
We'd Like to See You in Our PAS Atens or opi dA 2-2744 | Soncious Crotty: eee aren ps ie Mea NPY ad sa vo INSPECTION 
‘ Offi SALESWOMEN Bid i ona ge ee ee Wie JAckson 5-5500 
Employment ice GOLD STAMPERS agle EB s¢ mh = . Sep srt, S- man, meals, ‘ 2-3 BEDRM.., APTS. th a View w Pi, Be. i ana bare ict Reaseuable — 
| rk Shoreham  Hotel-Large IGGEST / AND BEST USE TYPE #73 50," 1 Adults “on! impeon 
725 13th STREET NW WILL CALL CLERKS = Pa to sl That’s WESLEY HALL’S claim Completely Furnished ele a ae — cues a 
Monday Through Friday Egy, SG | based on good food - -. g00d) JEFFERSON .VILLAGE _| i 
8:30 AM.-5. P.M, WORK FULL OR PART TIME ety At pee rst] ~ < «and: tots of entertain | ‘Bates To't: SOx 1a Bo pain Vig pink all ot WILLSTON 
, : ’ ‘ a eee PP. ~~ and t me a - 
IMMEDIATE EMPLOYEE DISCOUNT Wisc iy Pe ae: EC llow monthly vates 2g mien 6601 Arlington Bivd 
The ‘ seroN ek rar pacme.| WESLEY HALL | EFFICIENCY APT —$75 partis sitits ? vex toe 
Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. YOU’LL LIKE WORKING Hid: said series Ab. desine | 1426. 21st ST. NW, 2701 1 T41H St. NW. |soW! | sees sesame spactony apie 
IMMEDIATE OOCTPANOCY 


MNS ASS ae Fi a, p/ ~ 7 | ——N, _ 
EARN “CHRISTMAS “MONEY FOR ‘gt Reig eg | Reena topo met Sek | fe pdtaaittsiad arate “eat | grata, amit AR 7h 


1314 F STREET N.W. pass ih a A a | om tn yee | : 
5.30 UTILITIES INCLUDED 


THE HECHT CO. Shae a ica | 
, bq wale ie. STE fully taeda Tedecoratued, taste- Bric "ns schools, aes 2 omer) FROM . 


ren In private home.UN. 4-3017 pase rs. bath, 
G 


. : . tub-showe 
Christmas Help Wanted. Now ACT NOW ore; - +f “ae ae 4 5. ie Go rd. wautomatic elevator a util, inel.; ytiy A. - UTILITIES INCLUDED 


ALL THREE STORES rt ACHVE ape: ei : prose, Parking. Jausa. tail. JU Por Future Occupancy 

LERICAL THERE IS STILL TIME OBAR > | SHOU A eects: 0 ert. | to Pa. sve, couple, 360. JU. om deluxe apis. From $7950] SCHOOLS, SHOPPING 

cee CHECICWRITERS aes FO GEr YOUR ie iMac ad P Santi | 148 mae mcgao ave | WAR, HENS Bl EERjmn| BS Siss“eabcke oP 
CHECK THESE IDEAL WORKING HOURS CHRISTMAS JOB mi ee arrest RN. or UNFURN. 33 |TV EXCHANGE for child care ie. CONN thickener giro pny tase, mei Oo, ¥. 
aT, NW. tae —pine ad. G i > E } a ' mR iets Nae sehr 


it? Pine ie Melpar 


AT OUR WASHINGTON STORE © kon Nw -¥ NE 
AT oh +e . : . ™ ay 8 . ie ~* 
ee | Tie ° | Sateen aS ah | Fe valine |. .RENTAL OFFICE 
, CaYTER) 


Plefse Apply, 8 A.M. to 3 P.M. 


FULL TIME, 5-DAY WEEK 


OR TW —<omfortat : ye nent onnh eve. K st. NE. 1 7 bie. BLES 
Monday Through iy” 9:20 to 1:20 or Later Woodwa r d &, loth r Op . {or gentleman: unite a ai fer | Saya": vaso sfffe ine ‘igen fodern duslet exellent condition - je". 
Monday, Thursday and Friday Nights and COME IN TODAY “8 ; i : ; ure | r+. math, All utils SHIPLEY PARK ih oie or Di 7-0695 “ul Ba, iy, 9 A.M. to 6:30 P.M. 
All Day Saturday AEN Ww pier ST MB. aris tthe 110°C Bt! 19 min to entows vs neton. apis. with creed OMgunday Hosa to 6°30 Pak 
9:30 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. privet COL Apia with £23 Aime HIE] (LARGE Rooms), pleture ‘Win-| f Sten cnt. uth Ws, DIMER) by G SMITHY CO. - 
S11 15th St. WW. ST. 3.3300 


AT OUR SILVER SPRING STORE : : Ss Ea we 
* FULL IME, DAY W . ‘ , , $70; also houses.| facil.: ‘ we p . 

OR 7 SALESWOMEN es i th ge bt Boe bam HGiek Jo, Lal3h- Ea 5 Bete! GOOD HOPE HILLS 
ee. a ee oe NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY, 3 fae | APTS coum ion Nise, Roars | AMON, Fidies. devin, ealy| VIS. NAYLOR RD. w 20TH 6. x 


i at seTON STOR WE WILL TRAIN YOU 
AT OUR PARKINGTO E 5-DAY, 40-HOUR WEEK 
OR 


FULL TIME, 5-DAY WEEK 


‘OR am 

4 Days, Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday beg eg Dan pp NA 8-026: : 5 
Good Starting Salary Training With Pay) \ recta Mba. PO tome, sectlaman 148. it ageless ag te * © 

cla? G8 ie SSE Re CATE Pact] BR oy Wie Inet 


Fa go orang HOURS TO FIT YOUR HOME SCHEDULE]  APT-HOTEL : ; ' 
pply Employment Offices : 2 “Modern ing SP ad gee ope, tase DE Ll 
OPEN FULL STORE HOURS EXCELLENT WORKING CONDITIONS BXCELLENT roe Gist ia ae Bes PRL an, NEW BUILDING 
Location—Rooms—Service a P modern va 5 Turn oo. ed ¥: sa ett e.: 885. utils, tp esl 4107 lethorpe St. 

YLAND 


THE HECHT CO. _ qimEDIATE DISCOUNT | woth Ge anol LR rae te Fe a AMO eM | PS 


WASHINGTON 


PARKINGTON, ARL. VA Woodward & waar Pp 


Glebe Rd. and Wilson Bivd. PERSONNEL OFFICE, 9TH FLOOR 


SILVER SPRING 
Fenton St. and Ellsworth Drive ) MAIN BUILDING 


i fee Ree eee eo rr ele + owe -e---9 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
50 


Tuesday, November 22, 1955 


APTS... & 


BROYHILTON 
APARTMENTS 
Vicinity Glebe Rd. & Lee Hwy. 


N. ARLINGTON : 
by @ BF dicaies 


he re, He TRENTON TERRACE 
MIN)" BECT BUY IN TOWN 
OE PARK- 2 BEDROOMS—$81.80 


New fir pts. plenty of 3 BEDROOMS—$108 


— ang “soraee space. 
ome 
fen 


ae 
¢in gauip an ky 2 


2-beérm.. unfurn.. 8108 plus elec- ‘SHIPLEY PARK 
\-Bedrm.. from $68 50 


—+9 Bedrms., from $80.00 
rae rooms. 2g oy 


. Churches and! ons. ampie closets. siorage 
bus a * = pres 


M. T. Broyhill & Sons” 


4610 Lee HW. JA. 4 


waere B Art. —Ii bedrm | 
Close to) 


mmed Laundry 


es geil ies. To imspect! hele 1 seb — 

ca I 

WALKER & DUNLOP, INC. | 388 8 Pee a 
st Ari. Va. JO 2-0135 


All ~_ # tnel. am ty B aractive 


Eat a ae fWeataen 


__ . , ‘ 
= 4 
- D os 
a oe. i ne re ee Toe eee, ee 2 . 
.} 


ew « : ; 
ta “eoeeyees eee Se ot - Te ee eee SIE iw £-— = 


os | WAHLER GARDENS 149 agmeg 
met 1070 Wahler Pl. SE.) 220 Rie 


11-BDRM.,..$76.50-$77.50 
2-BEDRM., $89.50-$95 


Garbage disposal. 


Cc 
s 


JO. 2-3783 


Queenstown 
Apai rtments 


at Chillum Rad.) 
ra laree, Pipacious apts.; twin- 
extra large closets. 


Seis ‘Ginsites 


2 BEDROOMS FROM 


\ARDENs—Acia- LUXUR 


“TYLER GARDENS 


“ r~ In Heart of Palis Church 
y and tel mags FER - closets 
4 building. new refrigerators nd rear entrances 


. 
ures: 1 and ef sik te sc : 
air Force.» +t N oy “> Soreroting solere 
ak 4 _* pA gg ee gee oe eal chil ren 


& —. 
d ' 

ONIN CITY apr ar OUs 
2213 UNIV LANE 


| BEDRM., $71.00 


UTILITIES INCLUDED 
OPTN SAT. & SUN 


D 
A CAFRITZ D 


AGER TERRACE 


HE. 4-7070 AGER RD. AND OGLETHORPE sT.| STRATFORD. LAAT 


WILT SHIRE CRE ENT WEST HYATTISVIL.E, MD 
3801 CONN ESC LOWEST RENT IN AREA 


AIR-CONDITIONED | BEDORM.—$69.50 
Lares, ‘piessante ciency apart- ? BEDRMS.—$38]1 


iving room. 13x20. dress- 
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 


ing. mm. $40 56 & bats, 


pdpiug 
resident mer mzr. at 2016 Oglethorpe - 
° p. ve. 1 Ag 


APARTMENTS | 3801 15TH ST. NW. 


EFFICIENCY—$72.50 
| BEOROOM—$89.50 


Beautiful View INCLUDING UTILITIES 

With High Elevation - eee et: 

Overlooking Potomac 
and Washington 


in Virginia SUBURBAN COMMUNITY 


LANGLEY 
‘PARK 


APARTMENTS 
NEW HA AVE. 


EX 
AT UNIVERSITY LANE 


1 BEDROOM—$73.50 

2 BEDROOMS—$83.50 

ALL UTILITIES IPCLUDED 
Most Reasonable 


Rents in Area 


/ 
| D. C's MOST “COMPLETE 


ARLINGTON’S 
MOST CONVENIENT APTS. | 
One Block from Key Bridge 


New fireproof epartments, large 
living rooms, plenty of close+ 
end storage space; master TV 
antenna, equipped kitchen vitn 
garbage disposal and exhaust 
fan; laundry facilities; off- 
street parking; fenced-in equip. 
laygrounds for the kiddies. 

jose to schools and shopping 

5 min. drive to Pen*agon—4 
min, to buse—§ min. to street- 
car downtown. and 
shopping centers and grade sch 


1 Bedrm $90.00| adjacent to project. 
2 Bedrms ...$110.00 OPEN 


1} Bedrm., Furn. .. $125.00) « Sa m.: Sun, 1-7 p.m 


-Ip 
oWeekdars. ¢ s. m. te 7 m 


2 Bedrms., Furn. $150 o0/* 


west on 
Oak at righ “te joa weg 


left on Pierce. ‘o corner, 1402 University Lane 


RES. MGR MRS. CUMBERLAND| CALL RESIDENT MANAGER 
4044 HE. 4-3200 


1621 N. 2ist ST., APT. 1, JA. 
H. G. SMITHY CO. 


FREE BROCHURE AVAILABLE 
ON REQUEST S11 15th St. NW 


M. T, BROYHILL & SONS NEAR NAYLOR 
_4610 Lee Hwy. Ari, Va. JA. 4-1300| GARDENS 


ONLY $8150 | ShiMsad afk guite srstiebie Ba: 
nit rigts of 1 rm.. liv. rm... 


2-BEDRM. APT. in 
INCLUDES ALL UTILITI£S 

gertess Ante, 3347 ae oS. & utils perch: 

See Mr. Roach. Apt. JO .-9889 


Norman Bernstein dyadic ates 
NR. CENSUS BUREAU 127 VALLEY Av = 
SUITLAND. Goren ae 2-bed- ’ 
. liv. 1 BEDROOM As 
in rit Sale D OOM be2 > 0 UP 
area sue ~ conv 
ans and schools. NA *. 


tr un t 
“9 floor. full sise bedrooms, dinette, | 
4 at closets. Apply Apt. Bl. JO. | 


HERE IT IS! 4 


Beauty Spot Location 
Unequaled Water Views 
Yacht Harbor—Pool 


HUNTING 
TOWERS 


Efficiencies, From $80 | 
1-Bedroom, From $110 | 
Occupancy Now | 
Furn. Plan Available 
Maid Serv. and Linens Opti. 


Utilities included, free parking lets. 
shoppin center. rest.. sect. service 


8608 FLOWER AVE. 
nee Se. Ses aes, Eee TAKOMA PARK 


Ye 
:vorr usually 


“DONNA ‘LEE © 
—l- and 2-Bedrm. 
4i—Furn. and Unfurn. 
—Bus at Door 


proof 


Pets Welcome 
RES. MGR., MRS. TAYLOR 
JE. 3-8573 


ON MT. VERNON BLVD. arkin 
IN ALEXANDRIA dent met on premises 


INSPECTION INVITED | wt 


ly 


, ~ STATION- Loy Pak: N.W.. 
oniy § 
KI, 8-8484 : BACH CO DL 71-6501, 3, 40 3- dees seh Ee RSE 


3-BEDRM HOMES) 


Bedrm. -. $70-$72)  ™ 
$89-$93| awd 
"$105-$109| 4P- 72888 oF AP. 


CAN BE PURNISHED Choice apts: school cpposite, bus 
All “faB, dee er d—euto. laun- at door. close to shopping: £0. aos 
- 


rd..} 


=m. Mich 
“FORT BENNETT _ rt ig af us from Easters | bts Sane Rms., ype. rms.. ani 
2 


Bright mod- Re x 
ern eley ide. ; carve halls, Sere att, & Capita JO. 3-6800 
Age & laund res sr. 


| Spacious apts.. all double exposure 
ross ventilation. Two iar rae! 
00 


INCLUDING ALL UTILITIES | 
To Reach: Os Over ae Eesdua, pe New Hampshire Ay. LLOYDS. - 


ST. 3-3300 


a! 
Doc. 2824 Buena Visia terrace se. Cen a and nd transportation. 


B 
paciaces C a: Dawes ag: 


——Children and Small 


~~ MARLENE APTS. 


-bedrm 
aio 50 wt ry t cievato str 
BooL © 268 re over Sat 
acent to shops a, ‘tr9n80, "Resi 
. 9-319 


$83.50 


‘(UTILITIES INCLUDED) 
. we new modere Wales cen- 
ters at a oor ee ing ais- 
| A schoois express 
oO DAILY “TIL 7 P.M. 
. end BUN. “TTL 7 P.M. 


AL, OPFICE 
UM eyae 


IONS: Out Michiean ave. 


’ 
| ne. Continue on neem Chapel rd., iste 
." | turn right at eens none Shop- bath. , 


| ping Center on Chillum r 


H. G. SMITHY CO. 


| Sil 16th 6t. NW 


8113 University Lane, S. 5S. 
Spacious 2-bedrmm.. -- & yar tale 
ane 


Ya Large Rms., $84.50 


12 MIN TO DOWNTOWN 


AMPI PARKING 
3 De a at 


WALK TO WORK—933 L &t. N. W 


aaae 
Apartments | # 


Dedicated to Serve You 


Furn. Apts. Also Avail. 
—Swimming Pools 

—Free Bus Service 
—Designed for Children 


vat neta. Hise 


Ss at Util’ included. =. - 


Ps) 
i Epatinieae 
sh hee ork Ave. 


ith. saute. | 
L.—1108 chen rd. uw. 2 
and bath, heat. ote. 


‘ 
eridian ay 


Hea : 
per. mo Ear wit 
Ww A, _8- 


$07.50, | rae au 
ne 
£2. DL 7-050 


—_ $67.50 Pe, ae, Stony 
i Pox Realty, “a 2- 


RENT 


CAFRIT 


a or 104 


Z, Di. 7-9080 


ineinded. 


- 


ee = 
5 


2. eral 


ing Be bearer Md. and. Ve. 


incl 7 "3 remod 


Hoes ' m 
Be ats chy ro 


heer at mags transp 


eels 


eae M. GREENFIELD 
at 


PLUS SETTLEMENT 
tan. 2-unit 

in Corai Hills ae tem Ot 
tains if aren. Vit. 
bath and T 


i 


bedrms.. 

beth. Nr _ school 
signin “paeee Pp Sof w 

y at close by 7 


-bedrm. homes. $115 mo 
yoeuas. ent: baseme "4 
~~ pe oes er, dryer Tf 
and garden 


allt. S etisdine undays 


Mt Vernon nf FY seesiree: st. 


ner ALEX... Jefferson Manor—-2-bedrm. 


. bareh._ ted 


iE amechea: Helghte 3 
ra bs ie Ta Et a By 


bemt.: fenced 
DIA, Backs 


_ & rms, Ext HUNTINGTON — 5 


rooms, tiled = ful 


bia rm.. auto 
20 per mo. ou 


“ 
AL- 


Apt. No. ata Manor: 
fenced yd. set, eh: 


: SE. 
share bath. utilities furn 


vedri cries. beth’ 


MY Bt 


e beth- CO. 


* 


¥. 0130: 
1, 2° SBEDRM. APTS. 11S AND SRM UNITS fe a 


2 bedrmz.., 

eony, "rc 

Apt. | ax A EA—3 rms. bath. 0 ht; 
ANNANDALE 

rm. rambler with basement. 


BROYHILL & SONS 


co : nr. enor es bef Sut 
THE LEXINGTON aN TEs CHURCH 


. sirable rental 
up: 


Completely” a delune apts puses, $10 -bedrm, 
large, bdeauti equipped - 


1929 East-West Highway 
Silver Spring, Md. 
CALL JU. 8&- 1170 


WRITE OR PH 
POR FPREE BR URE 


APTS. 


800 TENN. AVE., ALEX. 
OFF SHIRLEY HIGHWAY 
5 Minutes to Pentagon 
| Furnished or Unfurnished 
NEWLY DECORATED 


location. mewly decorated 2 Bedrms., from $87.50 ce en 
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED pain wi 


veathetion yoy ‘com mm Yaundry CO-OP. APTS., SALE 


Hear shopping orem 
us and streetca 


Tilt Pieridae Ave. 


COLORED 


1629 L Street N.E. ct 
aS ay 


APARTMENTS FOR RENT eit us, min 
Tie eo whi m 


room, liv- ek + ae un Fan. 625 
Beir -—2-bedrm. ‘bunsalow: 


ighh' ® CHET MAN, § 
a = 


garage, Beto ts and 
i bedrms,. 


Avallable for immediate oc- 
ee , One-bedr 


modern bath a 
Kifehen units—650 to attle 
onth. 


SEE THESE TODAY 
JAMES E. SCOTT 


NW. DE. 32-1514 


cis Aine, 
rhe.” adi 


1200 Bi Kenyon st. N.W.—iF 


lige. rooms and; tif 
ome 


Adults. Refs. % i 


Tpetlittes Con 
© ie 


at THRU 
PRI. —SA 
OV. 3-0950 


2 BEDROOMS 


$78.50 


ALL UTILITIZS INCL. 


CHILLUM HEIGHTS 
1520 CHILLUM ROAD 
WEST HYATTSVILLE. MD. 


WA. 7-3948 
or 
| WA. 7-6745 
| H. G. SMITHY CO. 


\S11 15th Ot. NW. ST. 3-3300 


COLORED—921 W st. mw. 2 rms.| the 


2-, 3-BEDRM. PLATS | 


wa 
5 


PRIVATE HOUSES 


OR 


DUPLEX APARTMENTS 


First Floor: Large Living Room, Dining Room and Kitchen 
Second Floor: 2 or 3 Bedrooms and Bath 


Each House Has Front and Back Yards, Lawn Care, Gar- 
and Trash Removal, Gas, Water, Heat, Laundry 


Facilities and Repairs Provided Free. 
SCHOOLS AND SHOPPING CENTER ON SITE 


2 Bedrms., $93—3 Bedrms., from $109.50 


also few furnished apts. 


JEFFERSON VILLAGE 
1734 ARL. BLVD., FALLS CHURCH,’ VA. 
JE. 2-5500 Daily, 9 to 5: Sat., 9 to 1; Sun., 12 to 4 


‘CLEVELAND HOUSE 


2725 29th St. N.W. 


NEW LUXURY APARTMENTS 
Completely Air-Conditioned 
With Individual Room Control 


WAREINOTON SL NEWEST EXCLUSIVE APARTMENT a 
THE UTMOST IN IMAGINATIVE DESIGN. GIVING 
MOST CONVEN 


TIENT. COMPORTABLE VAND LUXURIOUS “OF 


The Cleveland House 


. seme ak Ta ee 
SE addi de aes te st 


Distinctive Features Include: 
~Package receiving room 


a high-speed automatic 
| valet 


1 po sarpnte . stem —Pully eareesea coqessere, 
with outietsa in -~—Ample indoor parking a 


= 
uipped laundry room — Dishwashers in in * and 3 
wt A "caaseaastal room apartments , 
switchboard service 


Drugstore and Coffee Shop in Building 
RENTALS 
Efficiency, from . Eee: 
1 Bedroom, from _. aa 
2 Bedrooms, 2 Bats, 1 from 


MODEL APTS 

RENTAL OFFICE ON. PREMISES 

OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY 10 ‘TIL 6 P.M. 
NR, 46141 


a 60s ish St HW, 


good condition: 
ing with separate ¢ 
street; one block oF 
schools and trans 

iG 


PARKLANDS 


A NEW CAPR‘TZ DEVELOPMENT 
Alabama Ave. and Stanton Rd. 6B. 
SINGLE FARE BUS 


“Best Rent Buy in Town” 


LUXURY APTS. 
- 3% RMS.-—$68 AND’ $70 


“Fath? PESO oe 


oct RSP Pad lBer 


RENTAL OFFICE, JO. 32-2990 


Sun.. 12 to 6 P.M 


8) APT. —$45 


pal ali va 


near . 
Modern “ond ae — liv. 


. A 
6576. 


ing 


—Schools and contin! SCHOOL ADJOINS APTS. for? 


—Fireproof and Sound- Office open 9 a.m.-8 p.m. 


v afte Dec. : 
ppreleranly vitpout mee 


ls ear gy | 
ce fhe | ies er eee 


; TED balls pe ata ean : 
COLORED | ae Ane -— 39 cn : 
ET MOE Tear 97 | alt 


mall or ise. 
rates. 


Tp 


furn m tntu 
+ Pin 
riy 


4¥2 RMS.—$81.75 & $84.50 gcretned, ‘porch, B 


Open Mon. te Gat. 9 A.M. to € P.M. Beautifully furn 


AC NEI SS 4 

—F ig vely lot 4 
bath bath, is sa <4 poze 
OLD FS SA. hers, 


JE. 4-4 


A WHOLE NEW | a oe oy 
LIFE UREA BROS Shag WL SSW RLY 
AWAITS YOU 


2 kit., garage, full bemt., 
$86.50 per mo. 
CO. 412 Sth Bt. a 


apartmen 


older couples. 
ving 


= $116 me Call HE. 4-6400 


A ™ 
rambler, newly decorated, 


. rms, 
oll heat. 
L 


ow 6-Fm 


sal 


brk.. nr. trans Thaed. Pres 


: bath, Aree ia is 
" ae aw. 1M » 


-|\CAPITOL HILL—15 7th St. 


738 15th St. Ww. 


$140 


feet “| 1012 14th St. NW. at K 


7 -- 


— 


MICHIGAN PARK 


ew Providence 


if 
bed Bie 


crated, 
ric 


m det ed 
ras Jere al a 


lease. $100 for ‘bs 
a year se 
APARTMENTS WANTED 38 oes ; setae 


furn. 


WE. roa ne 


ay 
pect hes tely 


A —Jj 4-r 06 mo 
for serviceman ‘ond “work: ne wife is nt S-rm. ae bemt.| 


Ke and a» mews FIELD —1609 Ag- 
Cod: liv. 


ives, =. 
hibo. = 


1 625. ist pecitm 
. _Ims " 
| ICKUP can con a Baska 
on Pac a a | 


rp BOXLEY . ix rms, | oe 
mover r 
Senne at on ne 


AUL for light mov 


per me.. 
occa 


t. 
JE. 3-21 


SE. 


3 ST 


ms, | 4232 Southern Ave. 
; beat oa” erage Daven 
Tos ed 


LOR v 
“| 1 Osterte Aafia NW i. 3 ope bath. 
COLORED — 7505 Guaries Seay EM. 3-4335 ol - rw . 

—_ : varies it. 
Apt. 2. Attr. 2 bedrms.. liv. rm. | ORGETOWN—attr. Fars. , 5 6652 
ene th; with nectys - s7i rm. 1 . ; alr i vais 2 , : 
Nr. riayground. school > ae:) earde 3-47 - +. e - 
big. Key ai 4906 settee te paren 
RAL RENT “ coO.. $i it, ¢ DOr "7 8080. Beonties eset ES 
A, _8- ONY ™ e -* ; 7 

‘ Ng 


®)-| WITH AMPLE PARKING NEARBY | 
DUPONT CIRCLE AREA NEAR 
MAYPLOWER 


“Va. ENTIRE 


"eas | 
late 


= ieee ee ‘ 
i 


COLORED 
trees fut oh Bae ' 


o< 


Po- 


15TH & K STS. 
La 


Te COLOMBIA RD. NW. 


ee SPACE, $25 MO. 
PRIVATE OFFICES, $50 UP 
(wut 


af ‘.i 
ter. 
102 a 
Available January | 


Attractive suite > -n 


ft. m 
with lawyer or accoun 
rms. Ajax Bid 


“CONTINENTAL 
Brand-New Aijr-Cond. 


Buperd offices a de luxe 
tures. Will = apart on to meet 


i . wt | Realtors, Uptown Office, EM. 2-6715 


Rae BUILDING 
ST. NW. 
Newly remodeled rel sree sue 


CAFRITZ—DI. 7 


OFrrice—Purn.. | 
"| 14th and F sta. 
tions, a? 


Bat wet Nay be 


pusresntes 
ree for oro, 
new. 
a N 


¢| SAMUEL *!BocLey. ine. 


ce bide. 2d Ff 


Ai. | CHEVY fo. ae 
La avette school and 
al 


Sa FLOOR. 2000 Sa. Ft 
COMPLETELY AIR-CONDITIONED 
8 PRIVATE OFFICES 
2 LARGE RECEPTION ROOMS 


ath on 1 
arden Rea 
sonabiy priced with ase “Snancine. 
pew Dae 
-family . of 


MODERN FIREPROOP BUILDING 
YOUR OWN GEPARATE ENTR. 


JAMES L. DIXON & CO. 


. _ 2 
BUSINESS PROP. 


‘TRUST NOTES WANTED 61A ~=- 


FAR. AMES—O1. 721608 
SALE, INVEST. PROPERTY 62 
New 18-Unit Apt. Bldg. 


00% 
Conventant to foward bars = 


hg ps vod o Mates an- 
Oo. F. SMITH & BROS. CO. 


bides.. less than 1 yr . 
radiant heat —S airconditioning, 
nder 30 . Priced $155,000 


Ot Saker. Bes. Ot. 2-686 BO FE Te CO, 
with | ~©02s.8-28323 22 


| HALF BLOCK TO BUS 


2 Mass. Ave. Realtor. ~ NWA. §-s000 


BACH & CO. DI. 7-65 
SEMIDETACHED BRK. 
T's ~—" 450 


ow ay Dike. oT 


ne A 
nice fie 
x, x. a, ve 
rent: 


: tend 
2 BEDRMS.—$10, 730 


Near Bastern Gtar Home. 2-« stony 
brick. ae rm... din. area, kit.. f 


SEMIDETACHED BRK. 


Good ge Pull 
ciatng bedrms.. liv 
“ifetime fence. level 

cas a.c. heat: full 

bamt. $675 down. $80 = 
ine rug. aS and insurance. 


R. A. HUMPHRIES 


fs x (ahd 
Satie So 


COLORED—UPPER 
XR agg A rooms, Pi hal baila tee ‘ 


ull sas. Digat. ben 
eae ee 3 


7 o mere 
x te ee: hie se 


lovely x fm mblet 
tic. 


COLORED—SPLIT 
LEVEL RAMBLERS 


$70 eee BOWN 
ao Ta. Be. Past Mee Sentral 
i ier 


Fee ft 
ae “ oe a al 


COLORED. cB ws. 


¢: t 
. makes excellent work. 
si6. 950; $1000 dn 
| a LTY¥ Cco., NA. 8-0904. TA. $- 


CAPITOL HILL 
| $14. 0600-$3500 DN. 


Piat fron 


nd din. 
pee floors, ve etian 
fe fenced rear yard. To see any- 


ain pe Ne. ALTORS 


$10,000—RESTORED 


mall 5-rm. and dat ~e? home 
a Le 1 modern 
bo “also yard. 


cer CHASE, D Cc. 


BRAND NEW brick Colonial, 
Quiet location. One bileock to 
Deep ievel iot 


NEAR WALTER BEED—te 
brick and stone 


ts 
fee, ra ate ‘dBi ay ca 


PORT DUPONT HILZA, 

Semi det. or. x. perfect ee 
sep. din. rm.. , =. L 
Anchor fenced Hurt. 
_WA. 37-6128 Son & Oo. 0, 8-5837. 


OPEN SUND 
5032 ilth 4s. , . 
oO 


ROGER MOSS, HO. 2-6020 
_._._ yes, and Sus. JU. 6-596) _ 


VETS—$600 


bemt.. 


ONLY $500 DOWN 
MICHIGAN PARK 


AY 3 TO 4 PM. 


i borth 
New Providen Steer 
an 3 years old. Kewls 7 decors 
ern a _— p Semeeeras ed brie 
wel)-eq 
ent, 
869. 


“j-0008 


$750 DOWN 
peor ba AVE nS. 
ingalow ern: 5 rms: sute. 
: moderately priced. Call 


COLORED—$750 DOWN 
5525 — AVE. SE. 


$150 D 


5 roe t —FULL BSMT. 


Ee fs th 


con tainin 


ck . 
modern tile p bath. iv. Ad Ls 


fala "oul alter must 4- 


9626. 242 33 


“COLORED—-VACANT™ 
1320 A ST. SE. 


wipes ~ ge a, — pone br 
get. wder rm. 


sof ote EHAtiCH 


> baths, 1.2 1¢th a WwW ~ J: 73 
oe SPT A_ HOME? 


$375 DOWN 


s mod. 


Ista © ae — x. Ww. 

i ome is semid co 

Bail A large front porch, s 
inclosed r ~ ‘re 


bath. bamt.: SOL INVEST. "CO. Li. 3. Saar 


, 5 rm 
orm windows. ute. "heat: lee. lot 


—————— 


rma s ort COLORED ha CATHOLIC | 


©. 2-602 


. ving room with 
fireplace, dining reom opens to 
porch at rear, 


ir dr 
fu full. basement with ti oor. 
AN EXCELLEN BUY —_in low 
twenties. Call s lie OL 


WALKER & DUNLOP, INC. 


‘ £—Gverigentas 


ce and full 


us | oy ’ 
eee $395 Down—$99 Per Mo. 
| LINCOLN PARK ECTION. 44 


@rm. brick. complete 
peaks more 


. lar J pov el 


Cc Ss fayette 
we its 10-acre | p! everound. is just 
stone thro ay. Iimmecu- 
late brick Same with 2 bedrms 
brkfst rm . tair y attic. 


age and fine tot Hes 
e sold quickly. Se 8 ark 
LUCHS 


HA ASE, $19,500 


n ® corner in the a 


= En LORED N, 4-566 
Bet. ‘home ae, ease sts — — 
b Modern. 15 
tee lat. 2 tied paths. aute tient 
° 


ROGER MOSS, HO. 2-60 


;- shore building on 2 lots. Owner 
will nar | ease With option 
to bu Call Mrs. Jackson. D 


gas 
such a $ gard. dis oy (A. windows. 


ili idea 
r for church or organization 


ately; 


6162 IST. PL, NE. 


Gi ee $11,250 
. old, cop Oe bee. 


a.-¢. many Sutras 
Don’t miss it, 
COHN 


RALPH D. 


$39 x 5 Suman 


Modernistie brick home—~— 
semi deta ~ eee 
Bright Ra ; 
in hardwood fies 
ments You" can 


afior . 
RE 7-73.70, U. 1.3168 4-6294 


1366 OTIS. PL. NW. 


a Cad brick, 


” FRE 0 EHRLICH 


SOMETH RE 
NR. 2ND & Sree 
Bedroom & Bath—|st Fir. 


TU. 2-9200 


. with high ceilin 
me Windows, exhaust fan. Pul! 
amt. a cen or maid's 


$93 30 
brick home, 
Temeee yard 


COLORED VAG 
NOTHING DO 


monthiy. 


OL. 6-7800-—EST. 1939 bere good credits 


bloc of Conn +R, 
brick “home on a dee 
3 twin-size bedrms.. 


baths, . 
ation room with Drepiace. attached | sINDLER REALTY CO. HO. 2-1287 1297 


. m 
floor: de! fanttul south € 


r. D. m. daily. 
MURRAY LEVINE, AD. 4-3737 


COLORED—200. block 6th st. ‘ne. 


6-room brick house, full bemt.. ane 


. $50u , Gow. Call TA. 9-3940 
7.6 


r this n 
cinaily built for two family . 
— ti} tohen end bath each 


HILLCREST 
EVERYTHING 


ON ONE FLOOR 


This attractive 2-bedroom ro. 


A ; 
room with fireplace and picture 
window. separate dining room. 

t kitchen. 2 large bedrooms 
spacious bath. The roomy 


aoe St PO ee 


1ST jAL 
Lovely brick home. se rooms, 
de: kitchens and 2 baths 
a 


Small down payment. Call 2 or 3 offi 
Rh, LEVINE, AD, 4-3737 
COLORED—CLIFTON ST, NW. 
OWNER LEAVES 


City. if you don't buy this ws sy 


COLORED—-POSSESSION 
919 KENNEDY ST. NW, 


garage. Im excellent condi- 


i20'008 men 


LIVE TP a 


ve ae a Stanly a. house cone 
taining one effic and two le 


apts: a lent jiocation, 


bedroom 
wengerses ing, low down payee 


-—, @-r00m aes 


A $295 DOWN; $99 MO ~~ to BU 
Modern brick home, concrete Have client for 

ed brick 

mor 


pores: fall basement, gas heat; 


unne ars at oo 


een 


= soUTHEAST REAL ky a 


ae ase for ee 2 C, pouses. Call Call 


> low 
Pe 


Fran Broker EM. 


abridge or Brooxian’ subs 


+- trai H. S., & ige NA soak: no U. 7-2 


baths, sute. heat, 
; 


IRECT Fl WIN 


; f 
ped pas has a pew gas tur. coos ints iow om permest ighest cash for property 
Beer with are te ine | aan $995 DOWN aR, =. sisal’ Dae ce muah. | “4 
Not: RE. 7-3531, UN. 4-3422 Elbe 
' OF 5 EY ry 


FRED A. SMITH CO. 


and 
busy fatersection Bust 
D' type business. RA. 6- 22 


5512 CONN. AVE. NW. 


Modern store, 
ing area; full basement. 


io t-|LOW DOWN PAYMENT 


22 Phe VACINT NE 
1 $195 DN. 


nse tn Company licy 
setpie for you Now to 
chis 


with rogr rs) 
rehandisins and promotion an 


Store *s name 
Bominal yearly franchise { 


“| SPRING VALLEY 


ite aiated. tn, 
Ger fr 


HAWTHORNE 


Larse library, dem or bedroom 
fireplace and tue 


wooded 


sf ~ 13012 14th al SF: o9e 
“peighborneod. Reasonably |After 6.30 
COLORED —RAMBLER 


2-4 tire own, Redecorated. Det. 
2 


pr 
CHEVY CRASS REALTY Co 
onn 
Ww eT —Very cle a row 
brick: 9 on 2 bath 
t ER it KE 


fe omer BEE NDS M. “ BERNSTEIN CO. 


MICHIGAN PARK 


1616 Buchanan St. NE. Ont Mee 
igan ave. 1 block south of District 
e. turn. left 2 blocks. Beautiful 


ia . : basem 
bar; : from r tr a8 


celling: completely redecorated in- 
“ee an a4 i. Phone for appoint- 


on PaGART BROS. P'S sess 


RIGGS Pi PARK SP! tae 


Sf Seats: detec! DETACH. BRICK 


r. 3 bedrms. on 
rec. room and 
powder rm. in baem’'t. porch: only 
$14.500 $1000 dn wy! handle 
Call) NA. 8-6440 and we Will show 
u within the hour. 
IDNEY Z. MENSH & CO. 


Inc tray 
opal Ps eer Bartain. | took Et P ‘ised 
"| spac 


side Md. 5 roe 
ent. het hea Cc 
fs will handie. Call sueee. JO. 


= | etait Sl aa 


oa bait: 


~ COLORED—VACANT — 
6215 Piney Branch Rd. NW. 


iv 2. au 3, “. 3 Me 


| Ay 


& aM. - oe ee 


large 
to hw ‘i vleae i 
DORFMAN & CO. 


CO. cn 


4035 8 LS ye 


PICTURESQUE SETTING 
L HOME that 


AMERICAN U. PARK 


$18,250 


Pod be colonial: 3 bedreoms and 
b it ssement: oars * very 
convenient schoo 

ona on er 


th 
+ _. Bir hed® 


A~ 
ificent iae. _ 
T, center an 
wd rm. 3 


yee 


hope ete 


SEUE €. BOGLEY. ing, 


OL. ak ame AL a 


ign eas aust Ja, pr 


eae ares fo9 
niet ck| Tesla fete te odern mis ares UB 
ia 15085 NS 


ee A te Few yma - “— - ee Ko an 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES a ag 


67 ¥ 


MYT. VERNON VIEW—in Ma. 4- 
OFF LORCUM LANE | ia, small Rowe: deep well sid= 

HIDE-A-WAV.|-arme nS6, roe Sub. firants| ACCOREME: UP. 8,14 1 BOS, 

and 2 be june kitehen with “Wi eee aan lek css 2 e. 

View ile of Viretnia recreati 2 i tear, FA 2 
from 4 picture Ay in now: minutes tom _ VIRGINIA 
3 penisom, OVER 300 ACRES 

a “DO M PON lO Grr SHIRLEY HIGHWAY and tn tm 

3 LEADERS” 100 4 roads, front po Be 7 
eS Oper 
22 Wilson 8 Bivd JA. 7-6600. tl ’ mestiy with oak. Buceptional site 
+ D in mi 
atte Soy earefally a prise bugiset pon 

ROUTH ROBBINS s. ceramic ti) ba com.) 


? rtation. is REA ESTATE of eat buildings, 
iF see aE ee’ 


MASON 
acre ¢ 


ecenter-entrance hall 

ay (3x31) with fireplace on 5 ven a Ss q- 
doar te (1016) teh. ex and avy Annex. Pick; " 4 
dining room (lixi2) with adiac ent ica tions is build te sour at Service. tne. 4765 ‘WareRFRONT, SALE 
= ee on nd Col . 2 (9xl2). tiled haif th te ns is. OF. _ a — 

= ave. an leevitie rd w : i 4 : a LS aie ti BP Re » bs annie ast wick. 

m. 2% ~-bat D a AS =" = . finished pane rec . xy ted | gon t or 

a 5 ) 0 ser~| @070 payment. Immaculate white din. iy Kt laree level $ 


of tion room with bulit-in 

liv. bs reened | : ) vant’s beth. Hot-water beating| COlonial, fenced yard. enclosed sun 
go key at 8906 ict me. < se stem with ofl neat. C aporeh. Phin $12,900 Se s-iny| #R es aD Paid DOGS, PETS, KENNELS 76 
E < _ . femaic 
Geo Mason Green Co. EoonP. | SEIGN SPOR cased. Tow x crossed emale. 


decuaned” apmoet ver : aitracuve és y no Fe " ‘sent . REALTORS- INSURORS “BEDROOMS, $i at 0 } iz | ie etiit siete vets and 
6 rms. ong bath,” recreation SOM ERS ET Sy me Oa ' Exclusiye Agents, , JA. 4-1400 house jo Anandale “area "on |‘. Oe aad ay lovely” beds and) «i ae Pw wil deliver. 
4 a g00 : SALESUBURS. HOUSES 67 MD.) SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67 VA.) SALE SUBURB, HOUSES 67 VA. | “O® meters ABLINGT Svedrooma, fai Has late kilchen with @iaing| foom.” bis. well” ina ng ea Charest ile Res sine 
*| Pive twin-size bedrooms. 214 bathe, _MARYLAND | ' nein : VIRGINIA DIT ~ terrific view oe Me 
oS. seen with “breakfast ase. Prince Cc | 7 ARLINGTON FOREST hoc FULLER GROO , 
CHEVY CHASE, “MD d porch, patio. 35-ft. day SEENRIBOES ees eee . van OE lie neon tae “einem ead a es bc MASON HIRST “TORN f MU ROY ee 


light club rm. 2-car garace. ——j bedrooms, space ' to 
a ~ Bie ls and , +d in Arlington Annandale. Va. Phone JE. 2-5515 
ty. lal 


poner et Schoo! red lige. - wood 

lonial with ‘slat _ 9 ~ we ; 2 99 Hill Palle Church. Va. 

Ses Seer |. SHE, MOS, CO | Cite teeta tata RR tae ere | Part Pe te Soke ak ome 
paraee  cigice ge TAKOMA PARK —A_ brick rambler Buia BROS REA Ett €9 ane ;room Ferma -Siene uced to : Mel Yes, Ma’ ml! CAL! RN A tur ~ AKC, FE. 3-293 

i 3-sa0g “ts {a ® #008 neighborhood. You will Gulp 10.180 x S2" aoe sye0| FE Ms Malcolm, JA. 7-3024|  » iy PARAD “a Hiss full pix bemt.sidirect| "*wo"cueags (amine @soht 
2. m like this like-new home with liv re settlement too H A E RooM To but ompieintt | Eh fied bath; fin \t SALE, MISCELLANEOUS 78 
: : ; ry 


Blessed Garten a . im.) om. din. rm.. stairs up to 2412 M at & NAVE BE. LU, 4-0040 ye n ies. eee ive s P) | REALLY COMIN YOUR, WAY naveryas lig " i 
QR o- rivewa n ; 
bungalow, bsemt.. gas h. 2 ed right ai 815.800 “Ot HILLCREST HGTS. —4-bedrm. brick ge ae) Me Immedia 1 Broadmont—Falls Church ome o6 ew’ Be § . ful with ge bioek AIR COND. 1-3 ers, ex. 
1200 Pres e hall, semidet. i % rm. rambler with Live ts in jTedre. arpa of beau sity) C ‘. . convenient te fine| + lace. seperate uitehen . | cond $75. So 5- 3647 
bemt e baths. 20x echools, churehes. shopp and) WINDO Mannas R , JE. yo 3) 10) ANTIQUE — os rawer  Sherston 


Oni F tt eve. b 
a 401) wasien -. -1900. RAINGM RRA } in, ft. ily. Be e a. b _ Nice bat 
in. rm, . , n ’ sy terms.| screened ; rge her 
HOLIDAY HOUSE iy i Cl IEVY CHASE wis it rz . Ter- 0-627. Labetts BROK. +N “ee ier z.. eee pba = rv detail? rm rms. “Breviace aneled recreation Pr oer MA . BRI te SREY ine - fi 
4 BEDROOM6—2 BATHS 6- Ca Cod in rife value os a3. 490 ey ALEXANDRIA VICINITY Beautirl fandscaved lot. Por appt. on = jl. Ww, "| Daseme x bedr RAMBLER by ‘e 4 be 304 
; . possess ence ' rider Ave. N. W . Takome 
SIDNEY Z.. MENSH | fosrstion int) ‘Garage. gar level tot Gr approved! | WOODED 2 ACRE | Fe esac — 10865 


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NORTHWEST REALTY | prt Sack, a re sete ss rahe tl ¢ 150 ASH | 
Ar fap Hicks blo Es trang atte a -—- 0 € S eee Sy rae TEAS" RICO” REALT piese * Walters, Inc mand Bidho tne, on so reom. orints. ae-much as 80% off Open 
. 2212 Wilson mre. JA. 7-900 “tit 9 | owe fireplace, | faenie tn carriages, 

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—_. & . a Seneee "evel ae $14,950. i Sete - you f*,% buy this) CLARENDON SPRINGFIELD 3-bedroom bri Sparel ‘ ARI | bed 5, ot rane r> . $9 ven ces. 86 84; * aa 
re ae f centued O. . al ste 44300 today HUGH “ea famenlor | priced at on ow «; very ree one Mh age baw ssonmeniey of ers =r fi LE : i, aut es sg giesale our re Sai 
x "FOREST GLE? PAR ’ Pho : 123 o 250. GOT loss jasement, ob.-w, heat, de- fire luxe ; freer ae bux uinped | best a Juvenile — 
LEN PARK | _ on Fc VAL.—6007 Standish dr. 6 of #10, «| te jot 8 ' k whis eye-level oven ON i $23, 950 yoes f}nancing ay nib > ‘1 LL 3-6697 
pew, colonial brick home. $38,500.| rms., brick. . dia} - ah [8] apartment soning, and tan e renee, S090 Sor | TopAY’S BEST VALOR! The | pale een DEALT TY rx! Bee’ chaise 5.95 


CLIFF HOUSE ‘a block ie Westm reland | em. a het s tg 4 on oa , 
an Fs x. a2 mitts pi : — a DIN MEN H REALTY CORP th. her THAT "MAS | Realtors-Developers JA. 5-6200) cM SF 5: GUARAN 
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MAGNIPICENT VIEW ition, wt? rma, 
formatio step-down | 
ipformation amet ele} RAMBLER 


m ite 
TW vow like the unusual fireplaces, tree -. 
e . si, considered. RIVERDALE—1 bik. (rom Fn ae oniy $1500 cash then 
eee “Creck Park 4 Clifford Sherteer, OL. €-6500. OL. | schools and transp. 3 b this opportunity im hang and ‘tal| Thomas G. Magruder Co. eer? nee ih i ing and private de lu 
rooms. .- Sie ines AEN . sep. ain. rm. G JA. 5-3700 reome full baths, tipped kit. with yp ~ 19 dis- NEW SHIRLEY HWY. 
Fecre ine OO non-GL_ Terms svailable. PINCH- ‘The M. H. BARRY Org. | — re Ww and breakfast nook. ag 1S minutes te Washington fro H i. 
e W 2D ACRES AM & CO. UN. 4-838) 2206 Mt. commen Bivd.. Alex. Va ( OLUMBIA PINES A ae. : seal hi eon % ere lot with tal BED Hiyed.. 


This is oe Ki. 9 0— KI 

on our Seeks at $25.950 ROGERS HTS.—Brk. Cape Cod 3) “Th 90078 XE SPLIT LEVEL 5350 

im « “aie } wooded section of| WN ’ “ bedrms.. u . ige. dim, rm. |—___428_Old Reliable Office DELU . ry ¥ = tal area 
ew Cree lal homes, 6 and 7 rms. lot 50 | ALEXANDRIA $17.000 Enticinely d s. 2 Ttallan tile > Gur Here's an trans. 


ontgomery County. Gl or PHA! i. s reened a : ’ mas be room aa QUICK 
nee ’ Gi : OF ~- con-| *115. Price $14,500. Terms to sult; homelike, 5% on Gown GL. ge lac herrydaie ae = \CROWELL. & CO C ROUT 
LEY CH . . RT, A. 7-6126./ daylight ’ h, ; UTH ROBBINS Hneratte 
~ Aw. ma, ventional financing avallabie. f ‘ ayils bsmt “ped fu porc v of them: ey: ve 2160 N. Glebe | "TA 5-0707 REAL ESTATE CORP ere a ~ cw apt. No. 2, after 
” Be bedrm be 7 Co $e Distrie cy Wood Acres Constr. Corp. TAKOMA—1 bik. bus and sanitari- Gition. excellent | ula one of ne most 0 tand Rea 3 BEDRMS.—3 BATHS CURTIS ‘WA . SALES INC. sh Re 105.” , oad. ~Gaed, 
um: lovely det. trk. Col. Owner tod ret. 
"er ; ate will sacrifice: re invited. Alien rier lot. Qui - ' finanet be - 4 Total prise. 7+! Beautifully restored detached brick; *'7° South ‘ong o Alex., Va. boys’. 
iT ti r | Ot: €37i6” Bees, OL. 32-7338. Real. Estate, RA. 6-3333. 1609 Duke st $56,980 TPA [_ STaTE bom jn best sec of 0 Alexan- KING SI7E aN 
ate — WOODSIDE— -$24,300 | WEST HYATTSVILLE 35988 Se Se ‘COLONIAL REALTY CO. hee OT. 4-8038 _sarden. ) « the IU. ay AD WHAT THIS ark 
‘i py Li _Realtors-Derelopers _ JA. 35-6200 ere tis.| (] eS... som. eK, ‘on rate TIPUL ised. trade-ins ace 
bat 1! ti Bee) cious = 4 PR. is gE & SFR 


2 ba 
- rm... mod. kit. with dish. 
deme, + S.. Sep. din. rm. fully 
a center- AS menet is, 
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= 
4 
bedrm bedr 
equipped kitchen. cove patio NEYMOON SPECIAL ND? : ; Sa | eas bate kitchen, 
: ye = one =—= sche — Columbia Pines 2 2 fireplaces. basement with finished D0 asement, 
_ as - , un roo ache 
on ins. GRAMAM @ CO. JU. $-| OWNERS have moved and | 7 ET : [oe 5. Seoeess Ee a io “TAMES H. Pe esc allngg Fa yoom Princtes| ¢ 
2 Llaialls forced to se immecuiate | _ . New Bigger Low walk to school: i. convemteness | h hools, shopping| A. 
indian rics S| NOt RY CLOSE ; on toll’ a : Price Br. 8 coins CRAM and transportation all nearby. GI) 
: | to thie “ae 3-bedrm. and sleep- S heat, sep. din. rm.. equip RAMBLER Conventional Soentngy A rece, Fai pew. COMMONWEALTM | (ace) AMELER!| $..mo e thats 
BAM BEAUTIFUL ine poreh colonia all prick: ya fenced-im vard. mm JA. 5-8966 Tet PRS mentee ERK ‘9 es “ot gg J Wesley Buchanan, Inc ,|COaL PER._ 933. ane: 
owner transferred plen ; ' that owners will consider $1000 Fen But r . fireplace. separate din- Radio Bids | and & AC E STOVE cO.. 1011 
-| chairs: nice bemt Gl, $17,850; less. High GI 4% loan can be | 3 BEDROOMS. 2 BATHS -BEDR RANCH. ed Word a 3 Benee.. <Be- i NA. 8-4 
GRAHAM & CO.. JU $4010 “| assumed. To inspect. call 2 YEARS O FULL BASEMENT Ree " A or por pte } bargain a EXCELLENT BUY Cl | 4 7 tt Fry a tisk 
CsLE SB ; ti loc 2 bedrooms; ch.. $2 la a. dresser 
The Perry Boswell Co. G! AT $17,350 E living '% aie rr to Wise’ , a4 Pash “inticticnte tale - vine room with fi firepisce expand. ae excel ae Ar <a 3 
© attic wit rm. starwar 5 - Jn. 9 ce des 
or beara. and a pier. } WA. 17-4500 ‘til 8 p.m . rm. Th list ?) FE Malcolm, JA. 7-3024| Sasenoard. hot water heat. Lot bax ‘" © 
Die eq wood ise os ai gt Sie CALL US TO INSPECT are you tis ening: EPH | 128 immediate possession. $12,500 NE <a 
torage space. | GRAHAM CO.. JU. 5-550, 9|INVESTMENT—4 bedrm. 2 bath. ’ ’ Wit buy $39.50. IPCO, 1125 Kine 
nd -| gooey cop vertes re , +5 or ideal Walker & Dunlop, Inc. Ke lates, “lots = ie A ,mgseniess » 3- bedspem Seiee mn p ' Gi” JOHN WwW. MULROY CO. ! sha hlexandiia Rl, 8-041) 
or amily , , colonial on a beautifu! Do } M.— 
ol Me be neater ” ing | 959 WM. Monroe, Arlington. Va. onthly amen ike ren snd landscaped i formal din- ; B wn rym, 99 Hillwood a, bs Church, Vs. / "hairs 
pore only c ‘ : reom, asemen e- — 
E. prince ‘Georges, Propertics Agent on Premises Daily | ithtiui Kitchen. excellent taste edrms., Bsmt. “NEW! MODERN! | 
= 4. ff Re ECTIONS: Out Columbig. pike | googretins., Grom: BATH & % $18 2 ae Met use 
$875 $e buy this immace-| Alexandria-Pairlington 4 from 4th aint Se te entran B rear OF ALL $12,884 Sparkling new Shur LE sAgiington | Et T o RANGE. 50” Esnmore, 
“end ou Gow completic . Bry NOW LE 
Hy tly oh Ww ; Direct From Builder +. home at $56 | 4 Reams 30- YEAR LOANS PI Y 4 Dis RIC TRAIN. Lionel. oO pause. 
« S-bedrpemes last at not least this} ROS Real | OT aberaneel ' e the first | -: =e poe payee TIN ! r a} af pt ris = ue. 
. ; . ome has so much te offer we can ) : a. ) AT] “ a 
vision. For the larse family, see Ideally located hames fering ape. | : : "Assume laree © early. 4 large bed- Larc mont ea ty, nc | move and look today BUT NOT FOR LONG: only 24 of| fireplace and % bath Cheert toot pa ig . ae fig 
= ; livin r . : rooms. : aree livin ro “a : ' starting new omes it iving-dinin room. ~~ 7 —< Dp. 
this 4-bedrm _— — = wie floo : ; a and non in Oe m ) rstinas | ro s dat hs separate u JE. 4-3900 3-1830 | Yeonas Realty he : i ~ .. financing: a. Ei che. § By oe : FILE CABINETS 
to all schools kitchen: ~ din a sass hy u | PAPREAR lson -2) : a excel. trans.; Wo} for utilities AWER. WOOD. LEGAL AND 
on iat meV Sate of " with £ Of or + Soa Set = Tease THE S BET ; : 2313 Wi Bivd Ja, 8-S260 corm. de ilvxe aylewens, 7 “ workshop. or, walk te es! 4 tee Iz Toes $30; hen oe 
. renc te sary na aan ' ©; rec rm. for idi- © 2 N 
r “s : . $11,650 to $1 $1 — a nhieu = Mg iG lok 4 bike te pare pe seat don’ oo PS a 5 see th is tae So aera split level: "t Monal per mo.; act now own your p. arke , oe th & Donnell DRA ER ROI LER BEARING 
: —| “ASSUME "4% LOAN “iD KOOM BRICK &SRINGLE.| 6 a — = rambier beauty | sere wooded lot. $42.00 “Trades| OME | BUGLE 2 oi wmig Mag 4 FILE CABINETS. 52. - 
nmi reh on beautifylly | ; r Mt ernon y altors JA, 7-616). _‘ til A 
6 rm., din. rm., eq —Fyom Alexandris out Brad- | sansider — st ¢ DELIVERY AND PARKING 
ADIACENT TO PARKWOOD | TE? Bet zose, Yok tan | Hier eine bernaa| B Hays atrfeaieny tol tanee"ef Tovely achoolyPirenlace| PBs Sbssahhate Misie| Agtists and Writers | MiMi Rerak brit htyens 
room. 1%-bath Cape Cod; living replace, , awe pre. Ave. Priced below Page terrace. leht ° terr.| in Saxi6 jivis « rm. bri SA RIFICE block Duke st. { tM <e AY 
jo 2510 and Open Sisn, ean chen REALTY INVESTMENT | Si $328% f° fssmustis.ut® of s>nee as and. oe 
- tools: “bareaine. 


andirons 
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full basement. | 


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ished 34 Goor. Full dem 2; 6 ’ 
See Eee ght (oS Shaste| | WOOD COMPANY ge eo approves! OV. 3-0319 "ARLINGTON. REALTY Nie ‘venie mae + 4 Fons eomnr—cui gay aie 
This House Offers More for|11156 Ge. Ave, Silver ring. Mad e . spa LEXANDRIA AR "12212 Wilson Bird. in price tor cuick sal | golllilpné. 2145 F 3-663, 

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Rane. Then Are Mane ial —— ea o ‘ b UN. 4-8585, a 3 DOWN UND aR VA Praaibal O«n- |. eckend 3 bedrooms. "SPARKLING NEW i Own OUSE — COAT — New. ‘beaver able. 
OUR BEST BUY” res. _ iets ee, te n- rm. rem ned Open stairway is framed by bdeige 4 latest 710; Tensomanie. 
PARKWOOD VICINITY | — ocboven_$13.950 | MANCHERRE—tig Brisa 7 rambler, "3 bedrooms, aa ate pe — bes. | Besee ma have DOUBLE SLtiINc Rie Ecomtay house (iY tesa) 
aia, Rad ROBERTSON ~¢ tog Be Ge ‘Washer. ear- * 9 S308 OP fet. B in bei nt $. from| rooms, 2 baths, her. 9, larse ing | DOOR GLOaE best of ail.| Retiring Reasonable. DE. 2-96 
3 lge. bedr . Dig] bage disposal. stove, refrigérator, 2 . kh ols land d e + gia-| NO We NO RED doe 2 r , TORN —i rms. comp. mod. 


reem, fireplace. modern kitchen, hen: aria 3 years 

: eat " 1 Pat ce GEORGES REALTY co. iT. 2 : d Chance of 1 at only ee 

r ast space ‘ ra well- aadoseped lot: UN. 4-1166 WA 7- own ountry uil ers a, ] 7 500 3317 Wilson Bivd. JA. 17-9020 Contemporary i ACME. STOVE. 101] 7th nw. NA. 
7 


= 3 bedrooms, all-brick in pumece- 
ae Ave. Ql. 2-2123) late condition imside and out ulp full Yo benst.. pM. fan, Nice living rm and ood , aX.—7 rms. comp, mod 
EY hick sur dream he dining area ties bath. Gas hea gcaped Iot.m aneokaatem se ofa. Rea yoo aimed “i 


and bet eck ane as, parma and. shop st reas. offer Utilit or h mr ax fe, ~—- ty - coded lot. An oon 
nx oid tt : se no 
* 3 bed- 10 jected ‘Frince ‘Georges Properties. completely ay Vacan inet =. Suilt =. Call for appointment A Neighborhood’ » DOWN TO puronD ee 
: e ; wit payments of only r 


s: : \ with down me 4‘ price ; ¥ 
ith & bie pa ~~ m il T 5 on bo lot} $11,500 Monthiy pymt eo in- p MAP Ni] Tash é Hall, In th for everything Vacant,| aye. ne. LU ‘ 
Bre i 8 gs sat = ya ~0c “3 th > ‘prick tom, designed and som. prop eall i jo b.8800. cludes overrey : GI Vane ao Side fel : Cc. | meat GM. ae FURN a Le = 4 7 a 
ny- N - ‘ % By white o 1 2 large tabdie 
$02 a, ground level berm $750 DOWN |222a Wilson Blvd. JA 70660 ‘1 9) CHOICE V Vinh eo} PR fftrils* Arthur F By lca hs ae) Ballerina. lamps. 620 ach. 
J. KESSINGER pymt. Assume G. 1. joan. 3 bed- | Ai_Bandolph + i ’ 

E. “ very se. kit., screened porch, pa aay? + pm J ecere 3-bed- Thanksgiving Charmer ; iN” ec. sola, ¢ 
on ‘e-acre lot ae eet — 9250 -arkw Nr. shopping and near the Jefferson "schol . rin $20.950 othe or "You t NEW ALL-BRICK | pblond —sote oe ry. 
flow and shrubbery, The li¥v.| suys soTH HOUSE PRINCE GEORGES REALTY co : Make the most thankful nks-| £296 Jocat ome and comfort- ; wi ig 
A are spent but! fenced yard. ti 7} UN. 4-1166 — A. 7- oobe living — — bath. Large uf oF s —_ fie Ry only $10 ’ oe 3-BEDRM. RAMBLERS i pce ov? ae 
i » G N zz. T . ofreneD * with nice itvin ing room. NOW AVAILABLE AT ompl pe e ae “ty 


Sins ra i win- 
windows and dows and scteens, bot water heat. Walker & Some Inc, 4 equ ‘peed kitchen and { 
Mt price $1 fonthiy pymt in one ¢ CaP +N. Art ‘areas,| Bent. Call EDWARD R BRIGGS. BROYHILL PARK) fe 


rm. pine. -pancied| pyll pase $11,500. thiy pymis 959 N. Monroe. Arlington. Va. 
JA. 35-2400 living and 


a wy ~ 3h - FAMIL 75 “ cs $14,500; 000 down. about (? ‘ Tiaal™ 
Buy this eld home in Kensington. Houes ga ts BE LR . CO. FAIRFAX. VA-—Parklike rail Tencea charming eli-modern kit. ‘y| smart 3-1 m brick rambler of- have full basements. complete| Quick sale. ME. 8-0524. BX. 3-6360, 
Put » to work and enjoy f KI. 8-ise8 ye Aet~ ¥., potting f for or a pom. La Long brick ram- 6 L -e ige. | ~| em every item tor. precious é kitchens, beautiful wooded lots: PURNIT ORE Uxe pyr 
a well establish com- ’ N “2 WWA) bier way Ww ov > wan . minim ' 5 ; $35; be: 
unity. FHA appraisal $10.000. AM aia All) of Rea itate sine erase: ey Ty lovely Parker, Smith & onsy| Garage: $17,100; al ONLY $) 925 $12: sofa Se 9a eather top = 
= 4 t i ; 
DET. BRI K HOME JB, 2-7424 | 2-6080 JE. 4-6963) rec = ° fit ee oS tne Parker mith eX B Pgh 19.150, hat " "74 ahead GI LOANS—NO DOWN gyuaie couch $: 20: ‘eds, $5; 16¢ 


' Bt LEAVING D Cc ? Loyely Cor. Let Nicely Landsc ‘ Yetiy pe taste at only RD ' . 
NG; | Why not, see this appealing brick 7 RMS., 244 BA TH “THANKSGIVING | PAYMENT—20 YEARS 
SEs PEN cay acceryr | Snceer erias| one weer wore | CUSTOM | runpaiiterent| ty ann tas 


e avins rm, dining toe d th. 
, gll-electric Georg bus. Two ooo a : ' rick. a Our new wer, b y' = bsmt. awa , 86 
; porch; bedro and pore TR ‘ANU L FHA and Conventional upholstering 


bri i aed s a om n :3 . fire. | UTHFULLY NUSUA rape 

Lee's . : in ST. CHARLES ep h: ; ~ RAM B| FR AND DIFFERENT CENTER. HALL 

full bem subur onder rade, ,Dogier appointment | ey AF ge = Ms wooded j "Sale| iA. RAMBLER ER 7 UNIG UR, DE =| Financing Also Available ead chair ofic, covered, ‘ 
4, ., a side an ou nly ] ing t 9 

= oy: r ; , a porch. + toe Bae aturing hall gatrease te de lu room =with paneled fireplace = EXHIBIT HOME OPEN DAILY on S gtioriman Unbolaterers 244 


Exclusive r 
wih, WOODMOOR AGENCY. INC] daws. | Lo bas. P| ROGER™MOSS, Real r 
yu. 9 OFFICE OPEN 9 TILL In Wage reed “at ' “ey tor - aT $n 800 Ee ed | M, n Rit JE 2 31 10} ; kitchen, full tile bath and 15-ft. end large floor to ceiling pictu ti st. NW 
> e CONEY 2 CO. 2195 BR T Ave NE 2-2000) a nas be 3 win-éized bedreces with entrance window Bright dini ing ae ' 10 a M, TO DARK Fi - “ a he ais i. 
Eves. and Sun, JU hte N_ REAL a to screened mh and patio. tront-) colorful. modern and : sulle: newly remisbed. Cal alte 
LEAS UTY to-rear wall-to-wall ted Tiv- 7) Kitchen: runt basemen’. hu -~| Directions: Out are ee ve! rn" we JU, 5-774 


/ ACRES ~~ “aw ‘tl 9:30 
wis rhe m Bive. JA. 7-9300 "til 9 t , 24x14, with tilat rtid) ; ‘ } $ 
VIEW oy juilt poe { IV] r TAN | “4 VILLAGE AREA the nearest thing fireplace: seoarai carpeted dining air-conditioning tions North | at , 4 ners. | to Graham rd..\G “8 GANGES — New at petalia. 
ou ORLD} _ 2-CAR GARAGE NEW BRICK HOMES | farttine. Spots She S| iscmi end"? ‘hat tile tathe ea |] We LS Boles tease nd folow SERA) Covigla ate. NW. Di 2-066 
OF THIS This nearly new. dtedreom. 2-bain ASSUME 496 TRUST| DE LUXE SEMIDETACHED | rambier on “perlp Mdecaved| other side of this U-shaped all- | ce? vggpapaage Type sepia : 
brick center bal ‘| of master rm? home is : e)| jot i e -in brick rancher garage and | Radio Bidg.. J Ar 4-1155 y SONS! 
; bat: you bave been RAMBLER NEAT AS A PN. Lae ae eaten» ' Pails ureh. Hen entrance, | daylighs .. Finish Ht Yourself ~{M. T..BROYHILL & 

or. Living room will a4 pene KITCHEN. LyviNG M. 2 BED. extra closet space. 1% bathe. glassed in bore ge Beng BR irepiace in _ ONLY $12 4610 Lee hwy., Aft. JA. 4- 1300 

in prestice eal home for handyman te th ae | SALE, OUT-OF-TOWN 68 


EVEL ‘Lor. c OWNER ins no modern h wo 
Hotre OAL Pa tae it ai i in. "ARLINGTON REALTY || Rome juste few minutes from| Buck Cape, Cod with “stairs to | = met 
LES. ; Due sfer. 4 " ' 
FREDERICK W. BERENS JA has PROP RTIES . Bri x. ; s. 3 —-- Wo 4 cau “3a. 99008 ng eo yourselt Being A Ae yas ty RE =  pedrms rE est lle, 3-0 
1722 L Lag a 8. i ont | ie AN weTates Arthur L. Walters, Inc. seabed larg = level jot fanch fenced. Poss. Feb. iat. “Thomas B.| oie Pe eer 
NW. }- 5000 NA | Randolph at Glebe JA. 7 : pita Ellison, 11 ~ 
? * Golf lub anors ALLS CH URCH AREA | ; Parker, mith & Bonnell PS Sacaa & er ae. 
A gg SC gionial we 3-Bedroom Bungalow YOU rit + SAY 5 : PE REAL ESTATE WANTED 6? 4 gn Yalousle Soars as 
| . ey ~~. Living Room With Fireplace "ik 44900. ri “aprin ie 
per mo ¢ dr ‘overs lt $34. Y. Just $1000 Down "pric fing, of tall ALL CASH sonst ; machine— 
40 SECONDS . . dinette, ped kit. Li PINANC ACCEPT | 8. trees on ‘s-acte lot. B N iD in. by 19 The io prec: 
READING TIME I Sencatiat ch ts eel Atos, munrt. ome, ve| “Greenway Hills” | sf” see aa eee etter NOt} quick serrLemenT | if "her sat ear area 
in Geor Properties. AP - wit . Don't delay . 
FOR YEARS Siihere yremecaeg.rsce|Waher R Reynolds Co.|“RAMBLERS DE LUXE”| tsar jer thew sa te8'er/ = See This 


. eer 2 vath home wit 32, oe BATH & V2 one could resist the appest of this | PORN 
th u amt " + J 
ROSEMARY HILLS © | zn ney sop en no B terete “Guy “at's —— kh hsit at bE cRremblers with ssreert | SANNON & LUCHS CO. A JOHN F. DONOHOE & SONS| Bett baces ser adnan att 
PHA terms, basements. Bly ; 314 Penna. Ave. SE ee Te ee & ; 


ou 
SILVER SPRING, MO. living with heavy furniture re- : re) v iy 
TRANSFERRED fiat i ite 2 “ip ta full bamt T DAY’ S ing se Bedrooms ss. modern de| Broz Oneperty at sonable’ prices. ca bomes. J bas Gedroome, tirepiges) . J-0008 P o 
oon ee BEST BUY — 9 NES veg tes 
ev “ u 


levely prewar brick home! t and a recreation m with $4000 down. 
m. opening out to your garden, and gneeem. brick ot Copenta) home mel ; ' | 
J a 20+ ure ——- - rish. Choice Ri 50 ) a ; 

dow in living room giv! fm. with fire- ae? Rt ent terms—ut - 
ow ace rate dining rm.: fu :, ow. ’ looting wait 


pn 4 then ' ‘ 
this "hove i oe en ‘yng 9 — ii. ON 


= | 700 : 15 Ahn . with 2300-tt. 7 ro Pao 
to : Arthur S Walters, Inc. [25 ACRES with 2300-ft. road front-| BTOCK TO C : 
cae Sphegrinteeg feke edventage ef @ $29.000 ome on dis corner-lot te for|- Ste nm pe: BAKER & BON, IN Ransolnh 5200 | ohis Se, “niles “south G. MANHATTAN ERY. AND 
= ¢ oe YM B._6- Tas *COOD A 7a. a bc. line. eee DIP. CO., 639 NEW YORK AVE. 
Aderho dt Realty Co. | guaie- 


FRED A. SMITH, CO. Wil be epen every day for ith, ree. fenced See us todas) Cail aA, 
cise veniepee. 9 | é ro Mg _Seaufal lanuseaping = 5-6800 or eves. JA. 17-8203 LAKE BARCROFT ‘With a iob fee PRICE 3515 pital then wal nal te 
: : ‘ good new la rambler, bie lot, full ALTE partir A ice tebe. >: 
- condi . eh 2 ; “HOT. WATER HEAT SHANNON & Ses £0. 2-LEVEL but only $2000 bath, seperate. for hand? =n, ag ty DOWN, #4 40 MO. ia a "as mt (OFF carpet, ete. OT ‘ > Sana, 
af baths. ult “bent toate KINSKY, REALTOR | in ihis”2" bearm. ee NORTH Por saleby | To pay down | wait‘out entrance. Transporiation St. Por detail AX “4131 ns yo FURN. 
ih eT 3-5311 Eves. OL. 64-5674 ee rilhs f "00. oa 1 aporalsal $16.750. Call J Contemporaries Ona House | Bi W MOURNED call acres Zig opie 


LF ner. > veer 


We heve investors interested in 
all types ef property. Pe *opliga-| OF aNeS tien eas. 
tion. th tans. 


ls and only i 
W. BA MAN Phe apg , ’ 
14 3.4 OR 5 No foolin mister, such privileges | 99 Millwood Aye. Fells Church, Vs. qa 


USER 
ee PARKLAWN would really have thankful ore Bice, “clean | S-béaroom. 
“COME SEE BEAUTIFUL ROBINDALE’S © COLONIAL et B appctow BEDROOMS up cient os ferme: | DOWN! We Be tim oa 


BETTER CONSTRUCTED HOMES ay ino. laree 4 rep! 
are for offers on . Sireplace. : basem any e — 
BE WISER—STOP PAYING RENT AND PAYING elite casa ncaa ee fe cemeeen|  TAIRE-SIZED KITCHEN eer eee, Gorn farted meat dharel ie -¥ Brea | gee ae gis eS 

OFF THE LANDLORD’S MORTGAGE! START) Pits tae gS pte verr| RS ct FULL DINING ROOM chain 1 nee: GI approved s woodland ome . Has | from rental Ss ve 3135, New 
PAYING FOR A HOME OF YOUR OWN. terms to suit STON REALTY Lande pecmearion Bode si3 7s you te call esas once. Mi ag need a new William A. Cooke. Low A a 7 aa 
just want a sonata: excel. cond JA. 

3-BEDRM., FULL BASEMENT, ALL BRICK RAMBLERS, $16,400 EIG & | McKEEVER MEMGTOy,, Nouri New trick Yeonas Real oe ee , VA. 
REALTORS AD NSURORS wich. tebe od ~ ay eee eee 2333 W N J ty 00. mae older te 2 nee opded. ) 5138 W full keyb< are aie 
its 


TO $18,500 | 
4-BEDRM., 2-BATH, FULL BASEMENT, TRI-LEVELS, $19,500) wv. 8 | 9 F LL BATHS COLORE RI INGTON ; ' bo gq a. Fil streams. — a t oe “bala 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION—MOVE IN NOW—| ‘drews censpt, Reaptial glia : U NEW BRICK HOMES sheeted ears on Sage gin Sa | Bay eng 
? FIREPLACES HAVE YOU EVER SAID THAT? Arlington; and $332 Geo 


LIVE 2 MONTHS FREE rm. Wi . 3 spacious bed- OPEN DAILY 
ast ber, full basement Ly pa come to ey F plus settie- locaied on, . om. a of Sprit vy 


30 YR. Gl. NO DOWN PAYMENT TO with guiside Bis prige'“8h turing 3 ; residen SALE 7 
APPROVED VETS | Wh Muciths CO. fe, 5.1000 you want | CARPORT OR GARAGE ee Sees eee poed ae mm it is Spat a Be re Bi iee, vermis: | 
CONVENIENT "TO EVERYTHING — = s LARGE WOODED LOT | bo er fm. ha EE, ete 

Bl ee be to Wheaton ¢ Guy yor Sit g * — . $24,950 TO $27,850 Foe dP tad “Ol Sasted 


aay fo gece ar — : 

overt a.m. >» 4 . z 
, — CONSTRUCTION CO. | tional ‘fee LURIA BROS. | oh wy SONS, Realt 100, 
WM. 6.9865 RA. 3-2606 - _ WH. 6-6642 int Lar tee ee | 


hs - ee : 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD ANEOUS _78/TR » ee - eens, | a 
52 Tuesday, November 22, 1955 gad waht fer~| xe a | | sity. . ; ‘has do, roe, er 148: "Ss | eae re 
F al ' " F200 . P 
: sae , (ma en es. | 5) FORD 
"S53 %-ton pickup: > ; eetit ux ‘7 ‘7 
rel «4 BUICK | eee! Sari TOTAL 
7 ig runs = 195—$95 DN. | Sh "no, “Rink oT deTR state oer sormens 
. DL Ce © uP small monthly payments. | , ——s jon | tines. ereen | credit a~ 
ee Boat igh i te yt 4 “Motors 


oo wuarentee. 7 | 4th N. Y V 
SAN fiw tw, MOTOR CO. = Atos" ons ave. |4th & teat maa 


‘1316 Florida Ave. NE. LI. 4-2396 


ental. Spinets At great sayings. Lota at ‘ ; bullain 
era so nes jor “e -ond.: ey = — ae 
' 306. D. n—«K * per conver 
Pik — Wintigs— Bin DEO. laine nalor ols | WANE TO BOY ate moder or e-| (Ene Bit enter) $79S TOTAL |iait states Mas cnr fers . a ee 
1330 Go ht. X. pe , ‘i 4 ' a: wil a. £ nood nat Take over mia nad. ative it pear. Ness” mipor A aa | , ae 
6" «coo Oa. ave. nw.) an rovel. call , , : ss. oe . " em Lottie Ai; =: s MONROE FORD 

ae BADE: s7elak “| Woh Bet te a far tt athe st muse sige eea| Reliable Motors (Mpa Baa ee G0 te cued geet ater: Arr 9 Eo eeen 
day, Rental | Casi —lmmed val tor : " power st steering” an Spower brakes 101 i can NE. avid 2- y «uarantes. 1 . Sires 
"30. . & 'e 2 D 
"62 cars. all makes. 7 . E|Capitol Cadillac-c Olds Co. Servicemen and out-of-towners isigg mM sea gee , | . 7 
1222 224 St. WW . viru 54 PONT 


ITIONED. CED FROM 
$19.9 


7 


Le. IvEAR with new r NTR ha a> sasuar . rT ; Brown, 1 Inc i. py pow- Sige Cte radio pe, EM. 3-400 CHIEFTAIN “gr 


BLAIR’S TV n nouseheld. EM. 5 ais a agg A 
a pay ‘a: hoice 6 


thar enBe $545. , 
ae urners = = TELEVIsi0NS—tara» models.—with eces_or _househol 0313. WOLF wie TORS took “and perform wie ster rome wire. 3 wheels lymo . 11325, Georsia 
se oa zi ate ea Sista |r sa ant iptacnn, | Fly rR eon OE CpG Speen Saat G/U PLYMOUTH — | EEE. 3 

. ; = your . “° : er ae: : 
oa XN, INC. =. Wek bee ee price 9668 Bike terme. Fi aaa pee a | Bh, ay -- RE sunny | 224 Florida Ave, Om Lt. 3006 


‘55 CADILLACS | ditties | oly by pera 
aah Pay Up ~~ eh et ible; r. and h. w.-#. tires Dewn-| dant dan. oo Sask tA corse he Auto enter eas” 


er. Exceptionally clean steering. Selectronic oes vyn! 


: 5 i at i sais, Coll McKEE PONTIAC” tone sealers, “$3800." enuy terms | PLYMOUPNas- fat aerlan Fs 
sizes: rebuilt tanc ; | 9-46 50- “62” convertible or hardtop. Both 30 Dm. 
ar: 8 ae 828° . TANO? ht - " 50 showr weeditie: . have 54 5335 Wi! wis... AVE. St. 37 7107 © wy - coud TORS te spate viele 
9 = . Aa 300 Servicemen and out-ol-| WANTED aanmee | or this caret 7. rfiower eure “iby Cranbpes | £F 
iti ly pe intl 4 CASH gwners financed | F t| distinction: "modern automatl a Ft namchnntana — a Bd sy 
| : + 1 low | black 


transmission. . master nee 


Ng Rensonahje Otte. te 6 . is aa r -26° oe for | clean 55 co CADILLACS les. All mine ah euntte a S iss “ "ste $895—$5 DOWN. 
; ake poder these lew mileage cars are fully ete ee Ee oe. GALS ake op enshen 


‘Ape hehenee’ 


rs > $200 | ; vo -- 
*oellent ‘cond. Best a - 3.| & wend . *. “y Cor N. Capitol & Fila. Ave. NB. Bu ther = Y -| driven car: 
‘ . on credit. Co., Inspection ffrarantecd, Te) top. atic. rad . 
RIGERATORS — lightly used: WASI ial Thor ser : ie 0 Sn. OS, Se HO 6 bon” Woops, “its| _ BANNI 
a ass tm’ bone a utc : ; - “Ty” special; Week ‘s-t0b4 5800 Balle. Av. 
steers .: ' ; re rd. me. Li. 4-9694. x i e. 


| Cars Neaced cs “Pieciwood sedan. 2-tone “ereen.| 4 TAME D841 ID. 


equipment includes electric win- E PLYMOL ss 6 evlinder, 4-day. ohn Make xe aode ae 


dows. and seats. wer yes |5800 Balt Ave UN. 4-31390' Mercomatic. Clean +34 ‘sti stande 
power brakes, £3 . COC gu . , ? : toda CALL 
EXPOR tee ASK YOR MR_TA and | So-day euarantes. ‘trade — 2198s ‘WonaaN at's AT JU. 5-si88. 


A-1 

; .  . ' CHEYS %. ial 

~timer_and stand; #45. 10. svahbe'| price. Why ‘buy at Just « discount | $i. -Soee any day bes et Capitol Cadillac-Olds Co. |"sauipped with” power. steerins: MONROE FORD Vy) a MAYFLOWER MOTORS, INC. 
Next © . gage er ¥ P 1222 294 St. ww ST._3-2600 5100 Wig, Ave, WW. : 

PER sol washers 6h FARM AND GARDEN Pigg RRA |i DILLAC 135%—Fisetwood Sara- c 3 clean. l-owner car, pr =| Open Ss RRS at . 8801 Old Rd. 

ICES. rich for lawns| DAY ¥s On Secsceren, = Tnesents ed and ruaranteed ; — "$3 custom ; He MR. CES Silver Spring, 

or Terms ° very reasonable Poe «VALUES — GALS! & H ——- PLYEO | Washington's Oldest 


Cc 7% h 6% . -w. tree, |) — PRICE $ rp 

7 = ow , ; 

ATS — ich, - clean Tones; CA Only $100. Obs £-Ageh. WHEELER, INC. vith seed credit ult . Lincoin-Mer@ury Dealer 
Prete - , etwood, $1395. | CHRYSLER-PLYMO UTH-IMPBRI OT : a 

“ +? ae ene, ye. = ‘49 coupe DeVille $995; "49 Fieet- CARGBaT WASHINGTON DEA Bh Ga te L.A, 2-4 aie 

. = ood S795; ‘47 “62. 4-4 95.| 4800 Wisconsin NW EM 3- aoe | waben — ° - rimauih (ee 

-0010 7 : ——_ 


HOY (CHRYSLER — 55, N. black, 4- S-pass. A one-o 
PERSONAL LOANS chibicabing ise sath Yl aie BILL ROSS cApickae for ee | es, h, Somer siaer-| SOCEM gta Pree FRSC Grape ts . 


Ville, 2-tone blue ul ) ew. he? mi. $2875. After Ree Trade and tonme ‘ey ro 


- BLUE GRASS SC 7400 GA AVE NW, | S86 herteres ae Sebi rv 5 * pine 
: . ’ euarantee ci vein — i New Yar ker V-8) By only s 
PLANNING pete 1h .|Capitol Eile Old C Co, | SS “yes: Beers Pn ove | SCORE ee, 
rnA tt a pAnus sired 332 26 8 in Fr eee | be. at 6th 6-864 | seat eovers: te . 108A” des 
y () U . . CADILLAC—1i955 Fleetwood sedan CHRY - “SL, Imperial sedan. | guarantee 
. SO ROE FORD 


ne 


Just Opened : 
a new loan office * 


RESIDENTS’ 
FINANCE ‘rse"siz:.. 
Leans in 2 Hours 


Wa Specialize In 
Loans to Women 


3225 Rhode Island Ave. 
Mt. Rainier, Md. 


AP. 7-2228 | 


sa “S” 3. Pa ts 
TRA! peewee ope “ con. | radio. heater transmission. | Sef CAR): x base. Con = ru fer 
Tasting custo a ; ™m SP ; 
CHRISTMAS 2 RES, SALE 4 Gitienine, full power. SCC warrsn- other eine ea ee 1237 Rast-Weet_ Hwy . oem | Pp ens fein ms DONALD MOTORS 
‘ y condition a guarante : 

Suburban Cadillac-Olds | sa# Price is GAY isob— 1955 eae | COUNT WHEELER, NC. 145 FLORIDA AVE. 3B. 

Open 9- oe ays. & oe Write BRADLEY SHOPPING CENTER. WHEEL : uke new: cream _solored: com- 
; 
_4 mi. north of La Plats on on Rt. 301 CADILLAC 1985 gedaan. . Deisinel 3. | 
BEST “Gas cray. R. P 


steering, aseente’ on. Ba eve T or ew 1956 b-A. Always the 


|. Se ee eee aae 
il Ml alll Melle Me ll Mice MeN Mic Mes 


iat Sik covers uxe 4-dr 


sedan. R. & 
HOME HBAT iy ts BRS: F a McKEE PONTIAC Bape ue ce _ fates. Dealer fi pees. noise of 
 MERICAN “TRAILER | Wiewetty cats models_caah oF $335 Wis, AVE. ST. 3-7107| - , “Po . 
END Ald. conver 


trade: at all tim B A CADILLAC—i955 “62” convertibie. 
SE Noein 6 OFA ooaser ae, Suse eit | aruncatadans = gus at R sts. ‘nw NOrth ‘S4 CHEVROLET 
eau tipped. acc McKEE “PONTIAC preneh sales: 1810 King st 


warranty. Only 
K ne 8-5525 
“MURDER Suburban Cadillac-Olds 5335 WIS. AVE. ST. 3-7107 Lace me | Your Choice 
2 


Yes, it tas ds BRADLEY SHOPPING CENTER | BODGE-"S Sar : ’ All Body Styles 
code coup tat 52 to [ae seal nde nd torine 4 Wriee: kk. $175 Dow 
4 50 CADILLA Saly H own 


y 
1955 Car. if it's clean and MONROE FORD “ Balance, Eser GMAC Terms 
Why Pay Rent? §) ¥°!"2", °° 98 cas" valve $95 DOWN 1297 Kast-West Hwy. JU. 57004 a pier rg 
y y for af, call us umrmedately at ut 2 <tmileage ay ig Open Til _ S > = a - “ 
below are only « few : : t. DODGE—'S3 Coronet V-a sedan ‘55 OLDS "9 u 
many es and med- Bi Bill Adams -w. res. Run new Per} redio, heater. auto. trensmis ‘ ~ 
(eed eéern USED your wick credit approval call; seat covers; original light biue “in. 
how much you need. Upon ap- ah teas 4 3720 GA. AVE. NW. ST 3-4624 | ish: gory clean, l-owner A ThE $395 DOWN 
Sime ws ho. 0flies. @heun ae fer ! Available te you at un- TU. 2-5415 The Auto Center | #a.” —— 
| heard-of prices and un- WE WILL NOT HAGGLE 12 _K_STS. NW. WHEELER, INC. 2- 2-vone finish, 606 a 


’ Pull 
li-visit loan, or come in today! miles 


— se B 
precedented EASY TERMS. — 55 “GO” special OHRY -PLYMO IMPBRIAL 2 
AUTOMOBILE, SALE 97 | mi 84400 sm eae |e cea iSoFO EES PALER | BoP ang, oul 2 tone 


Bae e ee ee ee ee ee ee ee ee ee ee oe et oe et ee 
Se eee ee ee ee was es we we SS le ew wwe w w= eo CS ee ae 


de luxe & 
MOBILE VALUES glass y 95 tires. Custom seat / - rgest selection of l-owner. - ‘tor Seat Waste 8 ite ot 
te t ai ake : 


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aa 


Buy Now-Pay Later! CONFIDENTIAL 
> Don't tet eaiae S LOANS BY PHONE 5 


last-minute expenses get 

_ you down. Get cash now 

— pey teter, with -« 
loan. For extre-fast 

service, phone firgt and tell ud 


- 
Am 
Sseeerereere ee eSerhlUerhUrUCUme se 


me 
1946 Glider ANGLIA — Pretect consul Zephyr.| equipped: = 
o Zediac cats and t ENG H ct oot 88 | aod 


Full Price $79 ae SWwAGEN, 17 PEN Bs i MOTORS 14th $795. No. 141A: 30-day guarantee 


e 
$95 Down, $55 Per Month . ; vnbia, Bika Xr aie roe A | Eo ats FORD ~*5] OLDS "887" 


t 
AL —_ . ast-Wes vy meee 7% 5 ‘ 
1942 Vagabond AUSTIN—I983 “Convertible Coupe: | Denier, 61 =) Je Fi et P78 oP REPOSSESSED at o | ‘54 Ford ... $1495 


“RORRPDSAS #1? 


4-deeors sew ensing, fF. 
end hk. 


WOMEN’S LOANS | - Full Sot, Parigaroter. rs Dealer for Austin P ott yee me ae ot $299. 50 TOTAL | gD Y | te r. and hh. Forde- 
Mo “tigen 2 abe Bor. ai 25 CHEVROLET | |FoRe rum HORNER § bw 4-dr. sedan: beautiful bieck fin- oa * * ll ‘ST Kaiser .... $395 
mneteatiominiaaiaginetitian | WE CAN MAKE | 1949 Alma nO. Pt, thre ANHATTAN AUTO. $885 TOTAL Let fon — ta Wet ote — | ana take we lee =. nie e018 ~- _— " 
points completely meocere Ne money down win Ss eredit | iiehta, ete i ; . 
odes tsche, others. aguas fine ; it “Vor me FORD 45 offer V8 Sint. P, Security Motors ) Cc 
$130 Down $60 Per Month Hitt igri wt AB. tens SG Ey ry ag 4th & N.Y. AVE. N.W. TUESDAY 53 
Full $1695 1 14th be miowni Dt ° “$993 CHEVROLET— "52 Giyleline de Tuxe | bordematio : rm power brakes vand ¢ continental kit 
: . - L > PREEZE. THIS CAR RUNS a 4 C t ¥ Co di ac ! ‘ 
without endorsers 1951 Elcar for. credit” o ova "har, Phone Rent blue” teeters” inish "Soot: | FRANK SMALL JR. Inc. tay 2 , st s Wi -Olds Co. SAVE UP TO +500 50 Buick 
scavenlens preuthiy y - s ae ft Hg Co. $199 Bown $75 Por Menth , : mm] tohiman. ‘Chevrolet “x0 oo Breit s war-| NER'S Soa it ke Fis "55 a zone $1544 
| ranty; trade - 
stalments. Fast service. uburban ance 1953 Westwood s301 MWS | ie a tert FORD one | 
. sigs redeme & ‘ 
$190 Down $75 Per Month £ et! ea ia x, , 4 FORD Raosh-¥ Wasson overdrive ‘ ay “ah Le o & ’ bi 1 satematle 
See these | and aene othes $ | 28 Tota! act fr i ud B. Lew Pvt ‘, oveee WwW D 4- 4 . ‘s3 Mercury $1395 


nd ree 51 L Victerie, » Radic. Aw ) Lore on 
tesn auto to atlts @ Gham aed Our Specialty! | $95 Down, $55 Per Month ORD 
t. 1914). Tim . power steer. 
YOU A LOAN IN §f/B toler: she oe lind Sac qi | cals BE Fccics SS Sorrel |= ‘53 Pontiac . .$1395 
Full Price $1295 aD | . of 
1950 Prairie Schooner ots , NiED | Cor. W. ee & Fis. ave. NB. | Se, *eeute. 2DAY. : 
Completely ping HORNER’S S ae FORD 84 Crestline V- 8 - Yigtorie: re convertible co coupe. Pully PECIALS 8 ‘SO [i $395 
$20 to *1000 — 9-2654 $170 Down $65 Per Month BUICK — 80 sedan. nd | 4-47 “DONT SNEEZE. DON'T) has cen” paraee-kent like new. | 433 
. r ST. 3-2600 
‘ Se = Wheaton Finance Co. “ reel Price $1895 4 et noe) formance, for mont earelres mlies. |3 FORD Feqpe yi Ne : : i. 4) ted "50 
| “a | PACKARD —W 4dr sed ‘55 
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee o 23-9500 - ‘5A BU ICK Cite) gr ee bboy puss | 5100 Wis. Ave. BW. wo. 620008 ae eins ae’ 
: BUTLER 

paniecee ‘-ér.: 2. ond 


makes . 
~ te ; at > beaut 
new end «used t . and teke up payments: = 8 “4000. | seat ape : tie, redie. sheier i spseteepttonal 


eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Ask about 2-tone Pniush- Dynafow. r. and h.. v te “as Convertible: good value at ’ 
‘ Lease Purchase Plan. . p tir etc.: noLrt- priv ware party AD |For G r Uke 0D » BU ram — = | : : 51 
body ‘ 


; ires, 
ba fi available 5 al 
HOLD TU PEP EVE os 4 |B AMERICAN TRAILER CO. B) Sis Seerare af 389% ys SHAE Eben Peet chi? RO a Re? APE : 
. nu sv 4 ary 9-dr “MILES & MILES OF | ay Warren de , ) 
INANCE . 5) UA Oo ea Inc. Cor. N. Capitol and Fis. Ave. NE. ne , ise CAR AT owner: | MON ROE F FOR : “1588 B esetiags ® ipped *S! 


5100 Wis. Ave. } WO, 6-2000 mA CHEV. 4-Dr. 
3301 Richmond Hwy. | vite . . {igo eamarkes appearance Open res Ti 9 P.M . r oe 50 Powerglide ... S417 


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& Miles South ef Alexandria eer ial x. ar =F and 5 Cro FORD" "50 sedan. With music and 4g ‘49 
° Ne. L. 50 Apecis tohiman Chevrolet . ¢ | Be saan Piro. 408. 
eee yor | ene (PS go ee ee 5 ooo. $008 
; 95 . a. ee e 
$0. 5-6789 formatic ‘hel w. & sutled ie m Wa. HEVROLET CONVERTIBLE " deal. | sod, dione bine: 1 & “vi Hydra. $i 
poeaee es toon in I-visit, upon oO Ste ® 8: raight preneensesten tee cconemy SUPE ti) 95 . HUDSON rh ' | 
| eekdays , i i: top a ire: "thet i : Many oes p-4 Choose From @. 50 r.aendkh.. $169 PAGE-HUGHES BUICK 
55. BUICK... - |. Reser tined Be luke radio, “AE: |r Majo TREMS OR TRADE $118 621 ARLINGTON BLYD. 


heater, isively matched ot ga Liwoea:| : 
seat severe. ; . por ered! Cees | ARCADE "PONTIAC ° .* pn -verey” Ve. 
$295 DOWN and tidy Siyietine at pear our $797 FO a on cal $-3197 — . ess | Wash JE. 3-9700 Route 30 


Asking price. Lots of market ‘for ae cane. Ab. 4-Bioe AYTER 5:90, 38, @-1180 

Century hardtop. 2-tone. full pow-| Wis “Gay guarantee . ; ; aniry Sedan statlon | Monday threegh Friday, 

NEY: er like brand- new Bervicemen Better Wayeiowi hold and see set ‘ ied, Tae ’ BiG 24 can Dis rs ; “9; 3; Soterder “a ¢ 
, Closed Sunday 


> 
Loane, iy. 5-7909 | and of -towners pinqnesd. For am ean throughout. . No 1487 Irving & 
Ag FRE we AD, 4-988 MR. SEATLER pt JU. 5-3ip8 54 | jee lth su 


Station wagen. Mechae- 
heally very geed. Needs 
some bedy a J 


Inc 


AT FA TANCE C CORI SS & CLARK Se ie Motors, MONROE FORD : 
ol PAASSSES | cor X Capitol & Fis. Ave. x. | 8801 OLD BLADENSBURG RD. | 297 nast-wost muy. Sirer Bovine. | PRAAPAAAL 
93 Silver Spring, Md. Md._ JU, 6. ip» 1955 DODGE vT 7 | 

~Teiviora, am 


er Co. Official Ca ) eT weer uew 
Super Riviera. new, equipped $795. an. bine dol. | 54 FORD ' 3 IN STOCK | LAST WES] HOWY. SHOP 


" r eh. $14 5: 54 , iA. 8-9197. btm ps te $575 Total All are power eaulpped with 


na 
jviera. dyna. f Lh... T flight. wer steer- : oy = 
BRS CORNED. Buse - r+ tone}. aS “eo A | buy: neo money down with © ava brakes . & CHUR( > ay | , THEN 
ave. ne. at 6th. Li . a 2 ao ree: 0Y a 50 te $950 off List ' 


g00d credit Pw financing sveil- 


i be peat carers. Droa-fow JE FORD | che ee en ie KAPLAN & } CRAWFORD 
a fa Sais ste | mm We arate, Up eam | "BLASS & CLARK iB ster desma Eh TRY US 
MONROE FORD 2ar Stee tyleline ats Cor. N. Capitol and Fla. Ave. NE > 

. Ave..N. . N SPEC 
ere ~ . | eetefelnaner oi —- FORD— ST Ecliull Packat ‘S4 LINCOLN ; 
ing ried & inte a. | Hardtop | YOU'LL 


h., new mp Capri 
toh! man Chante rolet motor; & beauty at only $69 | “Convertible, poeryenang 
hea a desire 


; eee is rw “— x2, 
an 


vores Soe ik 3301 M St. N.W aD, 2 1546 McKEE PON NTI lA r- 
illac- McKEE” eous 
cs (Alay jo55 Bet A stansi| 5335 WIS. AVE. ST. 3-7107|] § ner, twin 4-1 SAVE $’s 


a rer | FORD—'53 Crestline convertible V-8 


HEVROL Be ' moval : r steering, Reliable Parties 


, = 
ee at se Ti 

LO BA, a 0 ‘ REPOSSESSED encores care ‘ona 4 : Sone, oe Te Take Over is ON a 
re eve. Hyat e ‘55 BUICK $397.80 don't pose it by, BUTI 4 

: oats. i Srahieeaaas || ‘55 FORD 


ars TT tes, 2eost|CENTURY H. TOP) Betiare fit, couns, fs. u ah ino fw ud 4 2-DOOR SEDAN 
T [lee waner em ves-e| $295 DOWN | Seitrinierarah She ab i Re Sh ales | Sao : eu | $ PLYMOUTH 
OP-NOTC all NA 8-2717 before The Auto Center fe 4. aoik | For « demon- || 1003-54 
SERVICE EVEN iF you : Take oe iss a monthly payments 2TH & K STS. NW. aa sais Vote Trade on LORD. \---® visas | cate | PRICE 
Siciie ‘inamenin i ig Fgh yt ge ab seek a eee oe rene ‘MaYRLOWeR motors, inc. | | Only $135 Down OR 


Attention uilitery personnel and ; me jet rol ~) 
G:-:A.C, FINANCE Ss ai er fase’ ht sive Spring, me 
cfoln’r(oinactisio’n 
MT.SRAINIER 


=r. oreatt neasovel call ‘BA ti + | EV/ owner a quaremies einen tere on p " DE SOTO 
13510 Rhode Island Avenve* Tel. APpleton 7-2800 


MILLER MOTOR Ps By 
316 Florida Ave. NE Om a BANNING. & SONS 
3317, Rhode Island Avenue** @ Tel. HObart 2-5028 
————— HYATTSVILLE 


; | $800 Balte. Ave UN. 4-3130. | mite fsi"aewn 
SEBUICK CONV, 208% | otal rate ere Fe 
5303 ‘Baltimore |Avenve* ..°%... <0" Tel. UNion 4-8200, 


95 DOWN 7 = @ BANK FINANCING 
(Ment te The Het Shegoe! m7 Juee pa Sulty Rha Bp tag i — FORD AVAILABLE MARYLAND 
'FAIRLANE 2-DR. ae. ® ASK ABOUT OUR MOTORS, ING. 


SB Seteet al | $145 DOWN | Si] 3-DAY TRIAL and see 
set ateratt I wry as A wi cars 100% GUARANTEEN|@ *”’ © 


TU. 2-4200 ea tmiitta: Ai 
BILL ROSS Bans ere 
7400 Ga. Ave. NW. Ml LL fay TOR ee 


@ Florida Ave. NE. Li. 4-2396| 


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$145 Down "¢¥- ‘mechanically perfect and sound 
throughout. Ne. 3181. 


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THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERALD 


54 Tuesday, November 22, 1955 


Jurors Acquit Thibeau of Bus Driver Robberies 


A District Court jury yester-| guilty by reason of insanity in'Toomey, testified he saengy: oot | ep ae peo nt cmp 
é, ) to a men 
day acquitted John F. Thibeau, the others. Arrested in May, remember po het can the he caeees Of & ater law reduit- 
28, of three March, 1954, hold-| 1954, Thibeau was committed ‘crimes. -Lt. Nunzio NACCOFSY| ing that anyone acquitted by 
ups in which Capital Transit to mental hospitale until “he said ‘Thibeaw was’ member-of;reason of insanity must be con- 


nd fit to stand trial last the. so-called “hit and run” fined until the hospital super- 
spon anne et vd poo a gang, four members of which intendent and the court find he 


: A ; danger 
The jury found Thibeau not! Thibeau, who was represent- have been convicted of robbery.|is sane and no longer a 
guilty ae ease, and notied by Attorney James C.| Judge Richmond B. Keechito himself or society, 


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FOR THANKSGIVING, THIS IS IT — 


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Se ee 2 en a El a Mi 


Film Group 
Protests on 


Censorship 


Associated Press 
| ‘The motion picture industry 
protested to Congress yester- 
day against prior censorship of 
‘its output by state and local 
agencies. 

The Motion Picture Associa- 
tion of America volunteered 
its statement to a Judiciary 
Subcommittee on Constutional 
Rights, which has not sched- 
uled testimony on censorship. 

It said “constitutional guar- 
anty of freedom of expression 
has been seriously eroded” by 
recent Supreme Court's deci-| 
sions. 

It said a 1952 decision “made | 
the motion picture a member 
lef the press, which the First) 
and Fourteenth Amendments 
protect,” but “declined to con- 
fer upon films the same im-| 
munity from censorship” ac-| 
corded to other media. | 

Contending that the restric-| 
tions on films might be extend-| 
ed later to other media, the) 
statement said that if this and| 
related decisions stand, they | 
could offer a threat of censor-| 
ship for newspapers, maga-| 
zines, radio, television and 
other media. 

The Im spokesmen said) 
censorship now is applied to! 
their product by five states—| 
New York, Pennsylyania,| 
Maryland, Virginia and Kan-| 
sas—and 50 to 200 municipali- 
ties. 


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viii simihaiae Press 
Wedding Bells? 


Hal March, quismaster on 
television's “The $64,000 
Question,” and Candy Tox- 
ton, former wife of singer Mel 
Torme, are planning te 
marry, friends of the couple 
report. 


Television 
Highlights 


9 a. m—WTOP-TV. 
Evans Show: Pvt Tom 
Lehrer, a very skilled song 
satirist, is Mark's guest. He 
appears for CARE and the 
Holiday Food Crusade sur- 
plus packages. 

3 p. m—WRC-TV. Matinee 
Theater (COLOR): “The Lady 
Chooses.” 

3:30 p. m—WTTG. Flame 
Theater: 
stars in “Neutral Corner.” A 
decent boxer breaks away 
from fight racketeers. 

7p. m—WTOP-TV. My Fa- 
vorite Husband: A _ friend 
tries to get Barry Nelson 
freed from jury duty. The 


Mark | 


| JOY, 


| Herbert 


‘Caine Mutiny’ on TV 


Was Fine, Fine, Fine 


By Lawrence Laurent 


1 EXPECTED Saturday 
fights “The Caine’ Matiny 
Court Martial” (CBS, WTOP- 
TV) to be one of the finest 


productions 
every offered 
on television. 
I was not dis- 
appointed. 

[ am pre 
pared 10 
raise my 
estimate of 


produc tion Laurent 


and was a high tribute to the 
growing maturity of the tele- 
vision atidience. I am at a 
loss fully to express my ad- 
miration for the superb per- 
formances of Lioyd Nolan, 
Barry Sullivan, Frank Love- 
Russell Hicks, Ainslie 
Pryor, Robert Gist, Charles 
Nolte, Raymond Baily and 
Anderson. There 


| Was not a weak performance 


in the cast. 
I watched the program in 


| color, seeing the production 


George Wallace | 


im greater depth and with 
greater detail than I've ever 
seen on my biack and white 


| Set. 


There stvuld he special 


| praise for the sensitive direc- 


friend's influence, however, is | 


not so high. 

7:38 p. m.— WMAL- TY. 
Warner Bros. Presents: Clint 
Walker battles it out with 
border bandits in “Chey- 
enne.” 


8 p. m—WRC-TV. Martha | which 


Raye Show: Guests include 
Johnnie Raye and 
Krupa and his 
Martha 


Got 


Quartet. 


Rhythm” production 


ion of Franklin Schaffner 
His use of the television cam 
eras added new definition and 
movement to the script 

If one must single out in 
dividuals, Nolan and Sullivan 
were the finest mentbers of a 
fine cast. Nolan had one of 


| the most demanding roles in 


Gene | 


is included in anh “I | 


number with Krupa and the | 


Danny Daniels Dancers. An- 
other guest is Stubby Kaye. 

& p. m—WTITG. Million 
Dollar Movie: Jack Hawkins 
and Elizabeth Allan star in 
“Front Page Story.” 

Sp. m—WTOP.TV. Phil 
Silvers Show: A special serv- 
ices officer is sent to crack 
down on gambling. His meth- 
ods almost—but not quite— 
stump Set. Ernie Bilko. 


the current drama, that of 
Capt. Queeg. This is a role 
can easily be over- 
acted, which can easily degen- 
erate into one of those stock 
“going nuts” scenes so dear 
to the hearts of movie direc. 
tors. 

Nolan established Capt 
Queeg’s paranoia with under- 


| statement and he added em- 


| phasis to a statement 


made 
earlier in the week by Charle« 
Laughton: “One of the great 
performances of our time.” 


ee 


s:38 pp. om.—WMAL-TYV. | 


Wyatt Earp: Hugh O'Brien 
promises fair treatment for 
all, but has a hard time keep- 
ing his promise in “The Big 
Baby Contest.” 

8:30 p. m.—WTOP.-TYV. Navy 
Log: “Captain's Choice” in- 
volves a fiyer’s life. Jon 
Shepodd, James Dobson and 
Chick Chandler are the main 
players 

9 p. m.—WRC-TV. Fireside 
Theater: James Barton and 
Charies Winninger prove 
that the dreams of old age 
are as valid as those of youth 
in “His Maiden Voyage.” 

9 p. m.—WMAL-TY. Danny 
Thomas Show: The children 
of Danny are “The Smug- 
giers.” They try to sneak a 
pet kitten into the United 
States. 


9:30 p. m—WTTG. Paris’ 


Precinct: “A Thief Gets 
Robbed” and this is investi- 
gated by Louis Jourdan and 
Claude Dauphin . 

9:30 p. m.—WTOP.-TV. Red 


| Skelton Show (COLOR): Red 


| Wyatt. 


Skelton and guest star Nancy 


THE COLOR SET was in 
use again on Sunday -and, 
again, the experience was & 
ewarding one. Maurice 
Evans starred in a rollicking 
version of Geo Bernard 
Shaw's “The Devil's Disciple” 
(NBC, WRC-TV). It was fine 
comedy, marred perhaps only 
by Teresa Wright's distraught 
portrayal of the wife. 

Miss Wright is one of the 
most accomplished sufferers 
ever developed by Hollywood. 
Rut in the midst of Sunday's 
gaicty, she suf.ereth just too 
much. It seemed almost as if 
the other players were rid 
culing Teresa. 


THE LIBRARY of Con 
gress was the recipient re- 
cently of a group of sound 
tapes that record oné com- 
plete week of NBC radie 
broadcasts as they were heard 
by teners in Washington. 
L. Quincy Mumford, Librar- 
ian of Congress, accepted the 
gift from Carleton D. Smith, 
NBC vice president and gen- 
eral manager of WRC. The 
gift comprises 64 miles of 
sound tape from nearly 138 
consecutive hours of WRC’s 
radio programs. 


JUDGMENTS: “The Honey 
mooners” continues to be @ 
sad and. pale show. compared 
to what Jackie Gleason of- 
fered last season. Too few 
laughs and too many angry 
shouts... “The Ed Sullivan 
Show” again offered a fine 
collection of variety acts and 
once again Ed Sullivan wise- 
ly offered a maximum of @)- 
tertainers and a minimum of 
Ed Sullivan... The camera 
work on Saturday's UCLA vs. 
USC football game was the 
best of the season ... Eva 
Gabor looked her age in Sun- 
day night's “One Mummy Too 
Many.” She should shoot the 
director for not having shield- 
ed her more carefully from 
those harsh lights. Tony 
Randall was also in this pro- 
duction. He acted as though 
he was on a butterfly hunting 
expedition with “Mr, Peep- 


ers.” 


Pulling (ik 


“Nobody ever talks about minor wines— just 


; 


Walker celebrate Thanksgiv- | 


in Day in a tenement. 

9:30 p. m—WRC-TYV. Play- 
wrights 56: “Daisy, Daisy” 
stars Tom Ewell and Jane 
Tom writes a best 


| selling novel as a gesture of 


| defiance against 


publishers 


| who have rejected a profound 


novel. 
9:30 p. m.— WMAL-TV. 
Cavalade Theater: Story 


of | 


the evolution of Thanksgiv- | 


ing. Day froma “local festi- 


val” in New England to a na- | 


about the great ones. 


anyway?” 


What are minor wines, 
said the man with the creweut, hold. 


ing a bottle of Chatean Y quem up to the light, 


It was golden, clear and beautiful. 


“It need to 


he wines few people in our country ever heard 


of.” 


“ue answered, “hecause they almoet never 


are entitled to the superlatives which would de 


scribe the bottle you're holding.” He put it down 


“Name 


quickly, 


please,” he sa i”. 


some minor 


wines if you 


The French call them vins divers, or bons vina, 
or vins de table, which is better than the nega- 
(Gen- 
erally, they mean all those wines that don't 


tively connotative phrase, minor wines. 


come from the great districts of Bordeaux, Bur- 
gundy, Champageue, the Rheingau and the Mo 
sclle. Vins divers come from the Loire Valley 
and the Rhone, from Alsace and Switzerland, 
from Italy and Spain. Of course, some of these 
regions produce great wines, like Hermitage 
from the Rhone, Tokay-from Hungary, and 


tional holiday. Regis Toomey | Sherry from Spain, and occasionally euch re 


and Ann Doran are the stars. 

11:30 p. m—WRC-TV. To- | 
night: Sot: Yaged, the man | 
who taught Steve Allen to 
play the clarinet; comedian 
Jonathan Winters and pub. 
licity hound Jim Moran are 
guests. 


gions produce other great wines. But mostly 
the wines are simply good or excellent. “What 
are some excellent bons vins?” said our man, 


connoting positively. 


Well, now, we answered. Of course, you must 


bear in mind that all wines from the great die 
tricts are not great, but only the greatest, if vou 
| follow, and many. wines from the great districts 


are only bons vins, or vins ordinaires. “Hmmm,” 
We have a Deidesheimer from 


Thanksgiving 
TURKEY 

fit for a king... 
served 


in king-size 


the Rheinpfalz, we said quickly, the only one 


we bought. Glorious. And a Wurzburger Stein 
| Riesling that’s the finest we have ever tasted, 
| We have two of Bredif's Vouvrays that are un- 
equalled. We have four Alsatians that are the 
hest we ever had. We have five Italian wines, a 


Barbaresco 


| said our man. 


. Barolo that’s exceptional and a 
portions that’s even better, but nohody buvs it because 
they've never heard of it, and we have a white 
I P.M. to 10 P.M. Corvo, and a Gragnano, and a Valpolicella .., 
“Now, now,” said the man, “I like vins divers, 


Wrap up one of each.” 
NEXT: DER MOSEL 


Deidesheimer Kieselberg Riesling Spatiese 53 
Original Abfullung Dr..von Basserman Jor- 
dan ieee i went se ee 

Wurzburger Stein Riesling °53 
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= Tuesday, November 22, 1955 57 


; 060 Baptisms [Commencement Methodist Chureh Reports 9 Million 
|21 Graduate | Membership; 378,724 in D. C. Area 
ecorded Here \At Adventist || 1 an the members ot the| day schools in the area for the ments on the denomination’s 


Ted Ra: Ree || Methodist Church across the year has been 159,481. There 39,854 preaching places, a gain 

Stheen were 2060 baptisms in/ber of drones among ‘the mem-| |Seminary |Nation were to form in single are 1523 Methodist preaching of nearly $14 million over last | 

Ghurches of the District of|bership when the church is file, the line would exterid from places in the Washington area. year’s expenditures. 
Washington, D. C., to Las Vegas,| Nationally, the report showed| Pastors and associate pastors, 


Baptist Convention |too large,” he said. | 
A special commencement for Ney. according to figures re for 1955 that collections for all numbering 26,649, received sal- 


the year ended Oct. 31, the; Fox also pointed out that ) 
number in the Conven- Baptist churches didn’t keep 21 candidates for degrees will jeased yesterday. s amounted to $384, aries totaling $71,801,136, a gain| 


purpose 
's history. P ibe held tonight by the Seventh-| The inf tion office of 490,613—a gain of more than of more than $4 million. ta 
. pace with the increase in popu- | ~ cm stapige th 2 $39 million over last year. § Church school ee he 


| The baptisms and new mem-'jation in the Washington area |0@¥ Adventist Theological Sem- the Washington area of the | eee Gs 
transferred from other/during the war years. He sug-|'"4ty, 6630 Laurel st. nw. Methodist Church reported ae See Weetldineas ane Henaanoe. rrooty = ener © ee xh 
ot the "|gested a “massive dose of home| The candidates include seven that there are now 9,313,278 3 
with the Convention to|missions” to correct this mek iocal aati’ Wanna road Methodists, a net gain of 90,126 
ae << alll ggoegi eat 6 allege 5 Woodland dr., Falls Chureh, °VeF last year. pommeee 
Ported ete or the Conven.| Dé: William J. Crowder, di-'and Richard C. Sessums, 701|, There are 378,724 Methodists INVESTMENT FACTS 
in the Brookland Baptist /Tector of the department of mis-'Graham rd., Takoma Park Md. in the Washington area, which : 
h. There was a net gain'sions and evangelism of the! The commencement is being includes the District of Colum- may“ As Advertised 
@f 1218 members. Convention, said there are still held now, Dean Charles E. Wen- pias Maryland, Delaware, 17 wt Se te 


Largest church in the Con-| 
deution is the Metropolitan |!2 places in the Convention) fese expte of Ages 4g counties in Pennsylvania and 
Baptist Church, with 3686)area where Baptist churches|:irnine to their homes abroad three counties of West Virginia, New York Stock Exchange 
members. The Calvary Baptist ‘are urgently needed. Theseior going to assignments at dis- the figures showed. 


Church has 3096 members; the all are in suburban Maryland. 

i731 the First Baptist ome Willies AS —e session, or. "fhe : Satie will take place seine. scipee cea ctbontieed 
xling, missionary to x 

the Clifton Park Japan, said that a “modern|-™ the Takoma Park Adventist AQverticement | FERRIS & COMPANY 

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Baptist  Chureh, 1315. ’ 
the C Seeccetion  siiabeeaa'| miracle on a nation-wide scale graduates: , 
© wher Geupehes 0 . mentber-| is being wrought in Japan.” For|» ‘» wccariny M. IF EVERYTHING YOu 
the first time in 2000 years, he | Si. Se, Ma. B.D. A. 15th and New York Ave. ST. 3-5924 


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Baptist, First Ba tist of Gaith- ee een een oe ee Riverdale, md Be Mesiga F AT T 
Seine’ Bapiist, Be fw et D Dr. Perry F. Webb, pastor of ton er ‘alm URNS 10 GAS ! .” Many people aren't clear on just what stocks and 
son sts. the First Baptist Church of San bonds are. For example, a recent nation-wide survey 
Edward J. Fox Sr., conven-'Antonio, Tex., discussed the cuer rosa | that only about 23% could correctly describe 
tion chairman, warned that| meaning of a Christian home at _ < a yo ne pee ‘investments — hey wo me 
when churches become too the same session. He said the eeu hed ae see wengre te t a J frome Fo 4 
large they lose their efficiency. home is the chief school in the We os es l find it inf : ae yl J etheaniio 
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C6 ___-__ Tam, Reese Public-Private Power Faces Vote Today | ite Exchange Club of Wash | Bdward Roveatiun, | 

| M. Docherty, pastor of the New Jewish Community Center, 


COLVILLE, Wash., Nov. 21, After three years together|candidates in every election! The campaign has raged day| York Avenue Presbyterian | been appointed to the ior 
land night for two months since (Durch, speak on “Billy Gra--Welfare Board's ; 


* ' ° 
Five Indicted = |e sae se Teen : 
& lusion: “The place isn’t big per cent vote “yes,” the rival at ked the "4m in Scotland” at a lunch-| Health and: Physical Educatial 
ly all Washington politicians,|” private utility will pay the cash | worsec UP S€/eon meeting at 12:10 p. m. to-| Committee, the Boatd 
solution. A near-record number day at the Washington Hotel.' nounced. . has r; 


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stand alone at the polls Tues-/©nough for both of us.” and take over everything. If 
iday im one of.the.hottest.elec-|...They decided one must £0)in. “nays” -have it,-the wwp lof 9690 voters haye fegistered | 


" vias ——" os — a Suiiatenecciintaaatcie > westtsisnnibertinns 

tions this area has ever seen./and that voters should say|by agreement will sell out to and nearly 80 . 

" per cent are ex- | 

In D. fe la In? ri, pond Bs. ne tateense teal TO or “no” Tuesday to the public power for $3,100,000. | pected to turn out. | 

Slay Fae gn al re =P ANNING 
A District grand jury in-|mismatie Research Bureau candidate next year and may) “Shall Public Utility District agree ote ie pay te say ng athe 
heal ‘leven become an item for con-|No. 1 sell all its electrical trans-| : aes ; 

dicted five youths yesterday in| Proxy Parents Plan and Jose sideration in national polidy mission, distribution and ‘asso-| DINE OUT FOR ~~ on , ae = 4 () U R 


the murder and robbery of a| Reiss Activities. ‘of both parties. ciated properties to the Wash-| 
William H. Burns, 29, listed| The 19,500 citizens of Stev-ington Water Power Co. for) 


liquor store deliveryman. : ; | 
Named in an indictment|at 223 Lowrie pl. ne., a Post Of-ens County in northeastern / $2,905,000? | | * . 
. rder|"ce custodial worker, was in-| Washington are served elec-| It's the first time that voters) 2) .\ S 
SS dicted on a mail-theft charge.'tricity by the private Wash-\in power-conscious Washington a i? Ss ry Lit 
and robbery were Henty Pat | : 
Shop All Over Town with CASH 


He was accused of stealing)ington Water Power Co. of|have had a chance to cast so 
terson, 21, of 27 H st. ne.; Leon|three mail bundles, containing| Spokane and the Stevens Pub-|precise a ballot on an igsue ; 8 
Griffin, 21. of 1487 Harvard st.|/$269 in cash, addressed to Am-|lic Utility District. that has been a vehicle for) come to the gracious Willard Hotel... and 
» oh, vets’ Service Foundation. hear MILT SLOSSER at the Hammond Organ Save TIME----Save MONEY 


nw., and three juveniles, two 16 ert -- 
prpgicuayhe, —nmana orane CHAMPAGNE COCKTAIL 90 ; 
Assistant United States At- James R. Wilson, 19, listed eee prin: me ye =n oat ma on Tie GET 25 TO $1,000 ON 
John Conliff said Juve-| at 3364 18th st. nw., indicted for Lietle N Souee ce JUST YOUR 
torney Jo ittle Neck C Seafood Lamaze Blue Point Oysters | UR OWN SIGNATURE 
Meck Turtle au Chablis Consomme Double Pilgrim ) 
| Mo 
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. wiedia. housebreaking and larceny in 
nile Court had waived jurisdic 
the Oct. 29 theft of $1110 cash Rive and G Oli Pink Radi aod | “et This | $ $17 salah. 
our 


tion over the three teenagers’ om money boxes at Jacobson’s 
THANKSGIVING PUNCH 
indicted. Market, 924 10th st. nw. A Relined 4 Wheels Complete Menteed Takes, Chatma Ores Amount $500 $24.62 
The five youths are accused; Ellsworth B. Richards, 25, of '« U G ) Old Fashion Cranberri of ‘ Payment 
of beating Maceo C. Leather-| 1518 Park rd. nw., indicted for FINEST | ALITY LININ tenis Pre ryt watson Aa irae | CASH $750 $36.45 wns. 
wood, 56, of 1021 Monroe at. honsebeosking sy eo gf Thre ‘51 ; Rockland Maine Lobster en Shell Thermidor 

, 6, | the Oct. 13 theft of $ im 3 BUICK SPECIAL - U. 5. Prime Rib of Beef au Jus, Yorkshire Pudding Other mounts tx proportion. Schedule shown fe our convenient 


LL A A OR CE eat emg a ie mm 


Small Monthiy Payment Plan ander Md. Industrial Pinance 


nw., on Sept. 10 while Leather-| jothing from a dry cleaning: Fried Half Chicken Southern Style 7” 
wood was making a delivery|store at 3524 12th st. ne. Rich-|/ PONTIAC-6 45 Honey Waffle, y eam oe Maple Sree Law. Loans under $300 made under Md@ and Va. Smail Loan La*s. 
My s 4 Measte of Requ ine | TELEPHONE and your MONEY can be waiting when vou 
>, | Lettuce etort Cheese Dressi | reach the office .. . if you prefer—stop in for 
6 


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isimilar charges in the theft of 5 
nw. '$789 in cash and clothing from = New String Beans Brussel Sprouts au Gratin 
STOP IN - WRITE - of Phone 


Police said Leatherwood was), dry cleaning -store at 2026\% Equally Lew 


robbed of $10, a bottle of whisky|Rhode Island ave. ne, on # QUICK EFFICIENT FREE BRAKE 
and 18 cans of beer. Leather-/Oct. 16. ' Service by Experts ADJUSTMENTS 


Henry J. Brown Jr., 19, listed 


wood died of = brain hemor- at 3534 10th st. nw., was in- 32 - eo - 
‘dicted for grand larceny in the 7 Rivetless Bonded Linings 


rhage on Oct. 11 


The grand jury also indicted| theft of $107 in cash and checks 5s 
Joseph Reiss, 41, listed at 3932|taken Oct. 13 while, police said,|§ Latest Pressure Bonded Lining cour 
; Duplicate Police Testing 


|Brown was working for the COFFEE SHOP: $2.5 , . 
Blaine st. ne., for mail fraud lCommunity Chest Federation.|t $2.50 each (Children ender 17. $1.50) aries at Meee binaan 
7892 Georgia Ave., Silver Spring JU. 9-5600 


Prosecutors said Reiss bought The grand jury ignored si , 
$862 worth of books from vari! .harge against James E. Jack- ENERAL BRAKE SERVICE VA I s LA FQ rc) HOTEL . Opposite ge -h- my Bey eh: ne 
v ade in Md. office only 
: 113 S. Columbus S¢t., Alexandria Ki. 9.1714 


ous book clubs, and then sold son, 32, of 1938 15th st. nw., who} 
I4th and Pennsylvania Ave. N.W. Between King and Prince Streets 
. énancs, 


Garden Peas Candied Yam 


Oven Roast Potatoes Snowflake Potatoes | 
Apple Pie Pumpkin Pie Mince Pie | 6 TA T £ i © A 4 


Coffee, Vanilla or Strawberry ice Cream 
Raspberry Sherbet Home Made Cookies 4801 Indian Head Rd., Eastover LO. 7-1300 

Dried and Fresh Fruit Mints Apple Cider 4700 A “there Piha. Center 
CRYSTAL ROOM: $3.25 each (Chll@ren ender 18. 61.75 | At 0 Marmore Pike, Coral Hills JO. 8-9220 
3300 Rhode Island Ave., Mt. Rainer DE. 2-5553 


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them at below market prices.;/had been accused of stealing 
1200 Lee Highway, Rosslyn 


The true bill alleged he never|whisky from the Dunbar Hotel | 903 M ST. NW. AD. 2-9803 Reservations: Call Leslie. NA. 8-4420 | re ay Milos, 


paid the book clubs. fon Oct. 31. | 
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Arlington Girl 
Roughs It in 


Canada Wilds WINSTON 
By Connie Feeley TASTES ; Goopo ! 


Sia Reporter 

\ 22-year-old Arlington lass) 
named Connie is spending the) 
winter in the frozen, silent) 
Canadian woods, where even 
veterans tread cautiously. 

Connie Singleterry, of 854 N.| 
Edison st., Arlington, is weath- 
ering the primitive, remote 
land north of Minnesota, in the 
Kenora-Rainy Lake district of 
Ontario, Canada. ' 

Equipped with fishing and 
camping gear and warm cloth- 
ing, she and Lanore More 
house, 39. a school teacher and : 
veteran camper from Minne- { sagt _ lS. ‘ Eas aoa Fs ts C | 
apolis, are out of civilization’s tee Se ee See a : | Te a 
all . Bree = 2 Be ‘ , SES LR Ce : 

In their cabin near Lake Law- $s ¢ ee eee 
rence, some 100 miles north : oy 
of the United States-Canadian 
border, the two read by kero- 
sene lamp and eat dehydrated 
foods and fresh-caught fish. 

They keep in shape by chop- 
ping their own firewood and 
hiking through the wooded 
trails 

Except for a bush pilot who 
fiies overhead three times a 
week and an occasional visit 
from Canadian guides or forest 
rangers, the women are on their 
own. 

Connie and Lanore met three | 
years ago at a children’s sum-| 
mer camp in Wisconsin, where! 
Connie was a counselor and La- 
nore was director of canoeing 
and outdoor life. 

The two got the idea of win- 
tering in Ontario in the sum- 
mer of 1954, when they took 
a 10-day, 200-mile canoe trip 
through the rugged northwest} 
waterways. | 

Connie, a graduate of Wash-/ 
ington-Lee High School and Au-| 
rora College Aurora, TIL. 
moved from Illinois to Arling-| 
ton 10 years ago with her par-| 
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis BR. 
Singleterry. ! 

- Hew..-de her. parents. feel. @ 
about Connie's wanderings’ | 

Her soft-spoken father, a re-| 8 
search chemist at the Naval Re-| f= 
search Laboratory, clearly en-| 
joys his daughter's daring. 
“One rarely finds people crazy 
enough to do things like this,” 
he laughed. 


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WHAT'S THEIR FUTURE? 


Negro movie actors are 

to make their mark in Hollywood. 
Dorothy Dandridge and Lena 
Horne are two examples. What 
about the new crop of actors? Will 


sayin “De Megenestteve Aten wi fea STON TASTE S GOOD, 


In Hollywood?” in the big, new, 
December issue of EBONY maga- 


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Model Primary 


Setup Foreseen 


Association last night of the 


‘progress his Operations Com-) 


mittee of the Board of Elections 
is making in setting up registra- 
tion and voting machinery. 

He said new registration 
forms are being printed with 
jan addenda to controversial 
‘question No. 7, whether reg- 


istrants “claim voting residence} 


. in any state or territory 


and vote in the 

Columbia and at the 

time be registered to 

vote elsewhere,” Warner said. 
He said the board has sent a 
questionnaire to the Civil Ser- 
vice Commission to determine 
how the Hatch Act applies to 
partisan and nonpartisan politi- 
cal activities. Answers are 
expected sometime this week. 
arner, a lawyer who helped 


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throat irritation due to colds by 


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Second, it helps build resist- 
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Bem Wey 6 ee Oe Pr OR an oor 


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Actress Yvonne DeCarlo, 33, 
veteran of sultry roles in 
Arabian Night and Western- 


50,000—would vote in the pri- 
‘mary. 
; 


Chevy Chase 

| District Commissioner Rob- 
ert E. McLaughlin said last 
night District government plans 
for mass public transportation 
were based on private owner- 
ship and an all-bus system. 


in Rene, Nev. yesterday. Al- 
though they have known each 
other 5 years, 
flowered while they worked 
together on the fllm “Raw 
Edge.” 


dren’s continued use of the 


DeCarlo Weds toia county officials: “The pur- saci 


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. RY Pe mone sale hae eitienstie tats Ah ae ea Lie) ba camtadetidtsioiies daainaamnaietieton ade dees ane ee 
LOA EER AM ARNE Sele He ~ 


Diseuss Joint Problems 


council discussed a wide range| able extension of the town,” 
of subjects with the Montgom-|the county could vote to ex- 
verde,» Reapmmcwcte et dice > wat osghc 5 Eggs oe oma 


pabbeeses ccaetineeeen' a “a reason- 


ast night: ----}ot.-the..... Upper... Montgomery. 
| Mayor Dickran ¥. =e County Planning Commission, 


while the town would assume 
sdiction. 


ee ye eae ee County Councilwoman Stella 
' Werner doubted the legali 


© oral aid be 

pian sa ° meet 

creased police protection for'soon with Gov. Theodore R. 

the town, and coordinated ac-|McKeldin, to discuss the State 

tion -on Reoekville. traffic| Roads Commigsion plan to 

problems. | 

|_ The town’s attorney, David|far as Rockville’s Montgom- 

Cahoon, introduced a proposal ery ave. 

to omy gan a i 

tion on lan rom the ee es mee 

county into the town. nT, “ 
He suggested that after) 


Speaking at a Chevy Chase 
Citizens Association meeting in 
the Community Center Build- 
ing, Connecticut ave. and Me 
Kinley st. nw., he said a pri- 
vate transk system was better 


a public system because 
t had to operate at a profit. 
He said streetcars cost about P otomac’s Neglect 


40 r cent more to | — » 
than 1 ses od that er bane D eplo red by Tisdale 
per downtown traffic more. Ellis S. Tisdale, director of 
. ded the Interstate Commission on 
Capital View the Potomac Basin, told the 
Dr. Margaret J. Butcher of) Interfederaiton Council of Citi- 


the District Board of Educa-|sens Associations last night 
tion told Capital View Civic! 
Association last night that it ig| “hat the public is being denied 


the duty of the community to/the benefits of a vast water re- 
— about better schools. source. 
The meeting was held at the; ‘Tisdale pointed out the Sa 
Rich % watt 
chardson Elementary School, | . se River dam in Western 
|Maryland and the importance 
iit has played industrially and 


Anacostia Park's playground fa- 
cilities. | 

An “expensive and beautiful” 
pedestrian overpass will take 
the place of a number of foot 
paths now being used by the 
students to obtain access to the 
park,” said Rivard. 


Randle Highlands 


Lioyd A. Rivard, assistant|for recreation. 

planning engineer for the Dis-| Tisdale otld the group of the | 
trict Highway Department, as-| plans and functions of the com- | 
sured the Randle Highlands| mission and said that if the 
Citizens Association last night}commission would get the nec- 
that the proposed Anacostia~|essary funds from Congress if 
Kenilworth Freeway would not/could make the improvements 
| interfere with the school chil-/in the Potomac Basin. 


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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1955 


— 


~~Fhursday’s-the-Festive Day ~--------- 


Now Is the Time to Talk Turkey 


By Elinor Lee 

Lena nen ne and 
a “groaning " are part 
of the Thanksgiving holiday. 
Children are home from 
sehool, ’ 
friends drop 
by, and. the 
house is 
bursting with 
warmth and 
cheer. Many 
a homemaker 
this week 


that extra 

turke Mrs. Lee 
platter stored high on the 
cupboard shelf. Many a 
father will dust off extra 
leaves for the dining room 
table on Thursday. Silver 
will be shining, crystal and 
china will be sparkling 


bright. 
tha day is an 


nksgiving | 

American tradition, filled 
with sentiment and good 
food. Turkey with all the 
trimmings is the order of the 
day. But the 1955 Thanks 
giving dinner, in most fam- 
ilies, won't see as many 
choices on the table as did 
that first Thanksgiving feast 
when the Pilgrims gave 
thanks for their bountiful har- 
vest to the tune of wild tur- 
key, venison, oysters, game 
of all kinds and about 15 
ve bles. Nor will home- 

serve several vege- 
tables and five different 
desserts along with turkey, 
ham and oysters, as suggest- 
ed in an old cookbook pub- 
lished in 1682. 


TODAY'S HOMEMAKER 
wisely concentrates on a few 
courses, probably no more 
than three vegetables and at 
the most two different des- 
serts. Maybe she will have 
oysters on the half-shell for 
an appetizer, or a shrimp or 
erabmeat cocktail. Perhaps 
She will choose a fruit cup 
for the first course, or chilled 
tomato juice, or broiled 

apefruit halves with cran- 

rry sauce. Cranberries are 
es “must” for Thanksgiving 
dinner, Long before the 
white man arrived in New 
England, the Indians knew 
the value of the tiny, red 
sour berries which look so 
pretty and taste so good 
when made into jelly or 
Sauce (or bought ready-to- 
serve in cans), or «combined 
with apples in a jellied salad. 

Vegetables are part of the 
“trimmings” for Thanksgiv- 
ing dinner. Fluffy, white 
mashed potatoes, candied 
yams, green beans with 
slivered almonds or mush- 
room slices, peas and baby 
onions, creamed onions, 
sauerkraut (for those who be- 
long to the school of thought 
that likes kraut with fow)), 
brocolli, Brussel sprouts, 
steamed squash—any combi- 
nation of these is a wise 
ehoice along with celery, 

ickles, radishes and hot 

ad and butter. 

For dessert? Here again, 
there is a wide choice. Pump- 
kin and mincemeat pile are 
traditional, Ice cream is 


A IDEA—If you would 
like a change from the tradi- 
tional turkey stuffing, Sesame 


Seed Dressing has a crunchy, | 


equally acceptable. There are 
many fancy ice cream molds 
that make the holiday feast 
even more gala. Assorted 
nuts, after dinner mints, and 
plenty of hot coffee or tea, 
and milk for the youngsters, 
along with shiny, red apples 
—all are part of “turkey with 
all the trimmings” for 
Thanksgiving dinner, 1955. 


TURKEY TALK: 

Do not sear. Do not cover. 
Do not add water. These 
three rules are a “must” for 
roasting poultry the modern 


72: 

oO prepare turkey for roast. 
ing, rub the turkey cavity 
with % teaspoon salt. Reserve 
tips of wings, neck and gib- 
lets to cook for broth for 
gravy. Stuff wishbone and 
body cavity of turkey lightly 
with dressing (if desired). Do 
not pack dressing into cavi- 
ties, and don’t stuff the bird 
until ready to roast. Allow 
from *% to l-cup of stuffing 
per pound, ready-tocook 
weight. 


To Truss Turkey: Close by 
placing skewers across body 
opening and tying (shoe-lace 
fashion} with a cord. Tuck 
dail into cavity. Bring drum- 
stick ends together, fasten 
with a cord. Tie cord to 
skewer placed at tip of back. 
Fasten neck skin to back with 
skewer. 


To Roast: Place bird breast 
up on a rack in a shallow 
open pan. Brush skin with 
unsalted fat. Cover top of 
turkey with fat-moistened 
thin cloth or a loose cap of 
alumium foil. Roast in a slow 
oven-325 degrees, according 
to following time table. (See 
time table on this page.) 


Giblet Gravy 

Place giblets, neck and tips 
of wing in saucepan with 
small piece of bay leaf, slice 
of onion, spring of parsley, 
celery tops, 3 peppercorns 
and two cups water. Simmer 
until giblets are tender. 
Strain liquid and save. Chop 
giblets. Meanwhile pour all 
fat and juice from pan in 
which turkey was roasted. 
Skim off fat from top of meat 
juice. Measure three table- 
spoons flour and blend. Cook 
over a low heat, stirring con- 
stantly until frothy and 


brown. Measure meat juice | 


and enough giblet stock to 
make two cups. Add cold li- 
quid, all at once. Cook, stir- 
ring constantly, until smooth 
and thickened. Add one tea- 
spoon Kitchen Bouquet, salt 
and pepper to taste, and 
blend. (This basie recipe can 
be doubled, or tripled, if 
desired.) 


Chestnut Dressing 
(for 12-pound bird) 
10 to 12 cups stale bread 
crum 
cup minced onion 
cup celery, cut fine 
cup melted fat (margarine 
or bacon drippings) 
tablespoon salt 
tablespoons minced pars- 
ley 
teaspoon poultry season- 
ing 


2 eggs , well beaten 

3 cups chestnuts 

Saute celery and onion in 
fat. Add bread crumbs and 
seasonings. Cool. Add beaten 
eggs and chestnuts. To pre- 
pare chestnuts: Shell and 
skin chestnuts by cutting 
crisscross gashes on flat 
side of nuts. Place in shal- 
low pan in moderate oven 
until shells and skin come 
off easily. Drop chestnuts 
in boiling salted water and 
cook until soft. Chop chest- 
nuts and add to dressing. 


TO MAKE 
OYSTER DRESSING: 

Omit chestnuts. Add % to 
1 pint well drained oysters, 
chopped, to dressing. Some 
of the oyster liquid may be 
substituted for 1 egg. 


APPLE AND CRANBERRY 
SALADS, molded in layers 
of crimson and gold, provide 
a highlight for the festive 
board. If you don’t have twin 
molds, use two medium-size 
mixing bowls to make the fol- 
lowing salad. 


TWIN APPLE AND 

CRANBERRY SALADS 

1% cups fresh cranberries 

1 tablespoon grated lemon 
rind 

2/3 cup sugar 

2 packages lemon or lime- 

flavored gelatin 


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3% cups hot water 
% cup lemon juice 
Delicious apples, cut’ in 12 

wedges 
10 to 12 walnut halves 
2 cups cubed apples 
% cup celery, cut on bias 
leup walnuts, coarsely 

chopped 

Grind cranberries, Add 
lemon rind and sugar. Let 
stand while making rest of 
salad. Dissolve gelatin in hot 
water. Stir in lemon juice. 
Place a few spoonsful in bot- 
tom of two Scup molds (or 
in one large @8inch ring 
shaped mold). Refrigerate 
rest of gelatin until thick- 
ened. Arrange apple wedges 
and walnut halves in a pat- 
tern in the molds. Refriger- 
ate to set design. Add 1% 
cups cubed apple, celery and 
% cup chopped walnuts to 
about half the gelatin. Pour 
over apple design. Chill in 
refrigerator until firm. Stir 
rest of gelatin, walnuts and 
apple into cranberries. Pour 
over firm’ gelatin layer and 
chill in refrigerator until 
firm. Unmold and garnish 
with salad greens and apple 
slices. If desired, dates 
stuffed with cream cheese 
may be added as a garnish. 
Serve with mayonnaise, 
French or sour cream dress- 
ing. Serves 8 to 10. 


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TWIN APPLE AND CRANBERRY SAL- 
ADS—Molded in layers of crimson and gold, 
the apple and cranberry salad molds add 
a colorful touch to “turkey with all the 
trimmings” for Thanksgiving dinner. 
you don't have twin molds you can use two 
medium-size mixing bowls for fhe twin 
salads that look both bountiful and beauti- 


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and TIMES HERALD 
Tuesday, November 22, 1955 
62 eeeeR 


Dawson Says: 
Edueation 
Session Is 


Pro, Con 


By Eileen Summers 

HOWARD A. Dawson, a 
consultant to the Committee 
for the White House Confer- 
ence on Education, yesterday 
defended the committee 
against charges that it has 
“stacked” the forthcoming 
conference with either op- 
ponents or advocates of fed- 
eral aid to education. 

Dawson, who is director of 
rural service for the National 
Education Association, said .n 
a talk before the Woman's 
National Democratic Club 
that the committee for the 
conference has “scrupulously 
held to the proposition” that 
the various opposing views 
on Federal aid and other con- 
troversial issues regarding 
schools should be freely ex- 
pressed and heard. “I don’t 
know exactly what the educa- 
tors are howling about,” he 
added. 


THE NEA and the Ameri- 
can Federation of Labor— 
both proponents of Federal 
aid for education—and the 
U. S. Chamber of Commerce 
and the Commission on Inter- 
governmental Relations— 
which Dawson described as 
“well-known opponents” of 
Federal aid—all reviewed 
background material to be 
used by conference partici- 
pants in considering this 
issue, he said. 

The committee for the con- 
ference has recommended six 
main topics for discussion, 
Dawson stated. They include 
the shortage of school build- 
ings and how to get—and keep 
—good teachers. 


NEITHER problem can be 
solved, he added, until other 
important decisions have been 
reached: 

“Do we want elementary 
and high schools for every- 
body or only for a select 
group? Do we want to con- 
fine the schools to teaching 
the three R's or should the 
curriculum offerings found in 
our best schools be character- 
istic of all our schools?” he 
asked. 

He urged political action 
as “a necessary part of the 
solution of the educational 
crisis,” and added: 


“Entirely too many repre- 
sentatives of the people from 
both major political parties 
have sorry and indefensible 
records” on schoo] legislation. 
For years, he said, “there have 
been enough such people on 
both sides of the aisle to 
stymie constructive action and 
to refuse to head off the pres- 
ent crisis.” 


It’s Fashion, 
Not Politics 


A PARADE OF fashions 
will. take precedence over 
talk of politica] trends when 
the Republican Women’s Club 
of Montgomery County meets 
Nov. 30. 

A luncheon gala has been 
planned by the group, to 
take place at the Kenwood 
Country Club at 12:30 p. m. 
Julius Garfinckel & Co. will 
present a glittering array of 
Christmas gifts, from sable 
jackets and mink-trimmed 
dinner gowns to such whimsi- 
cal presents as a jeweled 


piggy bank. 


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IS THAT SO?—Wiley Buchanan, United States Ambassador - 
to Luxembourg, and Mrs. Buchanan listen to Mrs, Fred 
Britten (left) at the cocktail party yesterday given by Mr. 


Town Topics 


Buchanans Have Busy Leave 


By Marie McNair 
Home leave is running out 
for young, good-looking Wiley 
Buchanan, U. S. Ambassador 
to Luxembourg, and his 


pretty Ruth. 

Here until 
the end of 
December, 
the Buchan- 
ans have 
been party- 
ing every 
night. They'll 
have to go 
back to Lux- ‘ 
embourg to "> >a 
get a rest. 

“re and Mrs. McNair 
Mrs. Dale Miller, gave a late- 
day cocktail party yesterday 
at their Mayflower apartment 
for Wiley and Ruth Buchan- 
an. Green orchids stemmed 


from the square neckline of 
Mrs. Buchanan's black peau 
de soie cocktail sheath. 
“Scooter” Miller wore her 
favorite blue in a blue-and- 
white pattern, and Ruth 
Buchanan's favorite color— 
pink—were in pyramid bou- 
quets of carnations and dec- 
orated the buffet tables. 


The Venezuelan Ambassa- 
dor, Cesar Gonzalez, there 
with pretty Senora de Gon- 
zalez, said “we're keeping 
our fingers crossed for Pim- 
lico,” meaning that he’s going 
to be cheering on the Vene- 
zulean horse, El Chama, win- 
ner of the International race 
at Laurel, 

The South African Ambas- 
sador, John Holloway, was 
telling interested friends 
about his country. 

Rear Adm. and Mrs. Raloh 


Riggs, Mrs. Ray Henle, 


Psychiatric Worker to 


BEULAH E. Smith's job as 
a psychiatric social worker 
with the Washington Insti- 
tute of Mental Hygiene was 
supposed to last nine months. 
Today, at a special tea, she'll 
receive from the institute's 
president, Dr. Winfred Over- 
holser, a scroll marking 25 
years of service. 

Miss Smith, a bright, bird- 
like little womgn, who has no 
plans to retire is now chief 
psychiatric social worker with 
the Institute’s Adult Clinic. 
From her office window she 
has a pleasant view of the 
grounds of the Hillcrest Chil- 
dren's Center on Nebraska 
ave., with which her clinic 
shares quarters. 

The Washington Institute 
of Mental Hygiene is a Red 
Feather Agency. Both the 
Child Guidance and Adults 
Clinics charge fees in 4ac- 
cordance with the ability to 
pay. Some 65 per cent of the 
institute’s budget comes from 
the Community Chest. 

The men and women who 
are treated by the psychie- 
trists of the Adult Clinic have 
a variety of problems. Some- 
times they have headaches or 
other ills that are psycho- 
matic in origin. They may be 
subject to sudden illness 
when faced with a crisis or a 
decision. They may suffer 
from a general feeling of 


anxiety that hampers their 


career. 


IT IS Miss Smith's job to 
conduct the first interview 
with a potential patient, to 
determine first whether the 
case should or can be han- 
died by her clinic. She ar- 
ranges for assignment of 
cases to particular psychia- 
frists, and keeps track of case 
records. 

At present, the Adult 
Clinic has 75 patients and 
there's a long waiting period 
for treatment. “For every one 
we treat here, we have to 
refer four to outside help,” 
she says, “But always we try 
to give them guidance of 
some kind, even if we can't 
accept their case.” 


ALTHOUGH the problems 
of a patient may affect his or 
her marriage, the clinic does 
not function as a marriage 
counselling agency as such. 


By Douglas Chevalier, Staff Photographer 
and Mrs. Dale Miller in their Mayflower apartment in honor 
of Ambassador and Mrs. Buchanan. The Buchanans will be 
returning to their post the end of December. 


Mrs. Brison Norris and Mrs. 
Randall Hagner were dressed 
for dinner parties and the 
theater, Mrs. Robert Guggen- 
heim was alone, wearing a 
pixie hat of cerise veivet. 
Judge and Mrs. Eugene 
Worley were there and Mrs 
Herbert Brownell, wife of the 
Attorney General, and Mrs 
Arthur Radford, whose hus- 
band is Chairman of the Joint 
Chiefs of Staff, came early. 


LADY MAKINS wife of 
the British Ambassador, 
brought along Lady Balfour, 
wife of the former British 
Minister here who's since re- 
tired from foreign service. Sir 
John and Lady Balfour are 
visiting Ambassador and 
Lady Makins for a few days. 

Victor Purse, Deputy Chief 
of Protocol, said it was Mrs. 
Purse’s night to baby-sit, and 
tonight will be Elsie’s night 


—— —_—-- —_ eee 


Be Honored 


Cases that clearly fall into 
this category are referred to 
a Washington area family 
agency supported by the Com- 
munity Chest. And those who 
ean afford private psychiatric 
help are referred to outside 
psychiatrists. 

“In the cases handled by 
our clinic you can see re- 
fiections of current social 
stresses,” says Miss Smith. 
For a time there were num- 
bered among the clinic’s pa- 
tients, Government workers 
who were victims of exces- 
sive anxiety produced by the. 
charged atmosphere surround- 
ing the general loyalty pro- 
gram of the Government. 

On the other hand, during 
World War II, Government 
personnel officers frequently 
referred to the clinic, cases 
of girls who had come to 
Washington from far distant 
parts of the country and be- 
come involved in emotional 
difficulties. 


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The Silver Spring Woman's 
Club will be hostess to the 
Montgomery County Federa- 
tion of Women’s Clubs at a 
meeting. at. Woodside.Church, 
Silver Spring. Business at 
10 a, m; luncheon at noon; 
guest speaker at 1 p m., is 
Adam Yarmolinsky, whose 
subject is “How Much Se- 
curity Can We Afford” ...” 
The Opti-Mrs. C.ub of Wash- 
ington is holding a luncheon 


| meeting at 12:30 p m. at the 


Sheraton-Park Hotel. 


Washington Chapter, Bennett 
College Alumnae Association, 
is holding a meeting at 8 p. m. 
at the home of Mrs. Sharon 
Webber Gerran, 720 Decatur 


pl. ne. 


The Woman's Auxiliary, 
Episcopal Diocese of Wash- 
ington, will meet for a 2 p. m., 
tea at St. Albans Church. 
Guest speaker is Masatoshi 
Matshushita of Japan, wife of 
the president of St. Paul's 
University in Tokyo... The 
Washington Chapter, Theta 
Upsilon, will meet at 8 p. m. 
at the home of Mr g.' Harry L. 
Love, 4208 Chesapeake st. nw 
..» The American Home De- 
partment, Potomac Woman's 
Club, is meeting at 8 p. m. at 
the Broyhill Auditorium, 4610 
Lee Highway, Arlington. 


FOUNDER'S DAY is the 
day to celebrate for mem- 
bers of the Washington Chap- 
ter, Natienal Executive 


Housekeepers Association, | 
A Founder’s Day meet- | 
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of Delta Delta Delta is hold- 
ing its Founder's Day banquet 
at 6:30 p. m. at the Columbia 
Country Club... Members 
of the Women’s City Club 
are meeting for cards at 6:30 
p. m. at the clubhouse, 1733 
IT st. nw .. “The Quota Club 
is sponsoring a dinner and 
fashion show at 6:30 p m. at 
the Fairfax Hotel. 


“White Elephant Sale” is 
the name of the program of 
the PEO Sisterhood at 12:30 
p. m. at the home of Mrs, 
Webster C. Cash, 4431 Klingle 
st. nw, 


ls Good 


to howl. Edgar Morris came 
in before going to L’Escoffier 
dinner at the Cariton. 

Also there were the Ethan 
Strouds — blonde Joanne 
Stroud hatless in sapphire 
blue satin; Mr. and Mrs 
Peter Ansberry, Maj. Gen. 
and Mrs. Leigh Wade and 
Mrs. Wade's brother-in-law 
and sister. Mr. and Mrs. 
Homer Hudson; Mr. and Mrs 
James Purdy the Fletcher 
Plumiley’s, and Mrs. James 
Kem wearing a fascinating 
Cossack hat of white mink; 
Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Owen, 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wire, 
George F. Smith, who used 
to live in Texas and the Dean 
Cowies—she's a Dallas girl. 

Charles Tompkins and Mrs. 
Thompson Montgomery were 
in the group and also Mr. and 
Mrs. Spencer Waters and 
Mrs. Thomas R. Cowell who 
stopped for a few minutes on 
her way to the opening of the 
new Lunt play at the Na- 
tional. 


MME. GORK, wife of the 
Turkish Ambassador, was 
ranking guest at the luncheon 
Friday given by Mrs. Ulises 
Ulises Espaillat and Mme. 
Viadimir Rybar at the Army 
and Navy Club. 

Others in the group were 
Mrs. Alva Spriggs, who, with 
Commodore Spriggs, has re- 
cently come pere from Cali- 
fornia to live; Mrs. Samuel G. 
Kelly, Mrs. Frederick Cullen, 
Mrs. Charles McEnerney, 
Mrs. William Lee, Mrs. John 
Davis and Mrs. Francis Ulen. 


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Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Charles Henry Lueck of Fort 
Atkinson, Wis. Miss Haynes, 
who attended George Washing- 
ton University, is employed by 
Capital Air Lines. Mr. Lueck 
attended Wesleyan University 
in Middletown, Conn., and is a 
graduate of the University of 
Wisconsin. A December wed- 
ding is planned. 


MANUELA CRESPO 
— Jd. FRANKLIN BRYANT 


Mrs. Juana R. Vda. Rivera of 
Washington announces the 
engagement. of her grand- 
daughter, Manuela M. Crespo, 
to J, Franklin Bryant; son of 
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Lakeland, Fla. Miss Crespo 
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UNDER THE sparkling 
chandeliers in the British 
Embassy drawing room yes- 


terday the British Ambassa- | 


dor, Sir Roger Makins, dec- 
orated twelve persons at a 
brief ceremony followed by 
tea. 


Six of the twelve are Ameri- | 
can citizens who received hon- | 


orary decorations for their 
services to the cause of 
Anglo-American friendship 
and understanding. 

“I'm glad to see the high 
proportion of women to men 
in the room,” said Sir Roger 
referring to the feminine re- 
cipients of awards.~ 


ONE OF these was an 81- 
year-old Irish nun who has 
served 52 years as a mission- 
ary in Africa. Bending low 


over the tiny form of the | 
Rev. Mother Kevin, the Am- 


bassador awarded her the in- 
signia of Commander of the 
Most Excellent Order of the 
British Empire. Mother Kevin 
who was Mother General of 
the Convent of the Fanciscan 
Missionary Sisters for Africa 
told guests at tea that she has 
loved every minute of her 
more than half a century's 
work in Uganda. 

Special guests at the tea 
there to honor Mother Kevin 
were the Most Rev. Richard 
J. Cushing, Roman Catholic 


Archbishop of Boston and the | 
Ambassador and Mrs. | 


Irish 
John Jocee"h Hearne 


AN EMBASSY staff mem- 
ber, D. S. Blaikie, stepped up 
to become a me 
Most Excellent Order ' 
British Empire. Blaikie. 


lives in Arlington, is Clerk | 


of Works at the embassy. 
Proceeding him to the dais 
was Bindley C. Cyrus of Chi- 
cago, Ill, who received the 
Honorary Officer of the Most 
Excellent Order of the Brit- 
ish Empire. The attorney 
and insurance company vice- 
president was born in Bar- 
bados and is founder of the 
American and West Indies 
Association, a group of peo- 
ple of West Indian origin. 


Cyrus was formerly a mem- | 


ber of the United States sec- 
tion of the Carribbean Com- 
mission. 

Lily Chase Brown of Hous- 
ton, Tex., was awarded’ the 
Honorary Member of 


British Empire. Mrs. Brown 
who is in her 80's and 


is a founder of two chapters 


of the Daughters of the Brit- | 


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Order of the Bath was Maj. 
Gen. P. Le M. 8S. Stonhouse- 


Gostling of Wynnewood, Pa. | 


The Companion of the Most 


Distinguished Order of St. | 
Michael and St. George went | 


to Arthur H. Clough of the 


United Kingdom delegation | 


to the U. N. Recipients of 
the Honorary Officer of the 


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British Empire were Pauline 
Bacon of Boston, Mass., and 
Capt. Horace C. Jefferson of 
Baltimore, Md. Elizabeth C. 
Patch who is with the British 
ConsulateGeneral in Chi- 
cago, Was awarded the Mem- 
ber of the Most Excellent 
Order of the British Empire. 

Those becoming Honorary 
Members of the Most Excei- 
lent Order of the British Em- 
pire included Jane L. Day of 
Boston and Lewis J. N. Blyde 
of New York. Warrant Of. 
ficer Harry Noden of the 
Royal Air Force and British 
Army movements staff in 
New York received the Brit- 
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A NEW TYPE of floral 
arrangement to grace Thanks- 
giving tables and still remain 
decorative for months to 
come was introduced here 
yesterday by a New Jersey 
woman with a love for flowers 
and a talent for arrange- 
ments. 

Agnes Hoke, wife of the 
manager of Princeton Inn, 
demonstrated her floral ariis- 
try at Julius Garfinckel & Co. 
to scores of women when she 
opened and arraged boxes of 
her dried flowers for use 
throughout the house, 


CALLED “Eighteenth Cen- 
tury Bouquets,” each of her 
boxes of flowers contain 16 
different varieties of natural 
flowers selected for arrange- 
ments found in 18th century 
Dutch paintings. 

The flowers, bought fresh 
from garden growers through- 
out the country, were dried 
by Agnes Hoke using methods 
of preserving culled from 
Biblical tales and old Euro 
pean lore, she said in an in- 
terview. 

“I've been doing research 
and working on this for five 
years,” she explained. ft all 
started, she added as a hobby 
when her husband was man- 
ager of Williamsburg Inn and 
she arranged fresh and dried 
flowers for the hotel to con- 
form with the colonial atmos- 
phere of that restored Vir- 
ginia capital. 


FOR A table centerpiece 
yesterday, Mrs. Hoke com 
bined two boxes of pink-into- 
lavender flowers arranged in 
a colonial-style urn. In the 
bottom she placed a.ball of 
clay, filed the vase with sand 
to within an inch from the 
top, put the dried flowers to 
form a design and then 
poured candewax over the top 
of the sand to hold the flow- 
ers secure. 

In this arrangement were 
blended pressed beech leaves, 
artemesia, pink-tan pampas 
grass, white statice, salt bush, 
sea lavender, pearly everlast- 
ing pink larkspur, pink arma~ 
ranth, pink coxcomb, plume 
celosia, tiny rosy pink straw- 
flowers, larger rose toned 
flowers, white baby breath, 
plue salvia, pale pink hydran- 
gea, and rabbit tobacco. Each 
flower was dried to retain its 
color when fresh. 


“ONCE YOU learn how, it's 
easy to dry flowers,” said Mrs. 
Hoke. “You just hang them 
by the stem in a dark dry 
room for a few weeks. But 
you have to wait all year long 
to get an assortment. like 
this. 

One box will 
@gainst-the-wall or “one- 
sided arrangement, Mrs, 
*Hoke said. Although it takes 
about two hours to make an 
arrangement, it's worth it, 
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CAROL R. ALEXANDER 
—SYDNEY STEIKER 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Charles 
Racoosin announce the mar- 
riage of their daughter, Carol 
Racoosin Alexander to Sydney 
Guy Steiker, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Jacob Steiker, on Novem- 
ber 15 at the Woodmont 
Country Club, Rockville, Md. 
The couple will make their 
home in West Deal, N. J. 


EULA M. NEEL 
~LAURENCE B. HUME 


Mrs. Charlies Henry Neel of 
Bland, Va... announces the 
marriage of her daughter, Eula 
Mae; --to~-heurence . Benet 
Hume, son of Mrs. Charles 
Tiume and the tate Mr. Hume 
of Chevy Chase, Md., on 
Nov. 19 in St. John’s Episco- 
pal Church, Bethesda, Md. 


EILEEN T. BURNS 
~ JAMES R. FITZGERALD 


Mrs. Josephine Crowley 


Burns announces the mar- 


riage of her daughter, Eileen 
Therese, to James Raymond 
Fitzgerald, son of Mrs. Ray- 
mond A. Fitzgerald of Bethes- 
da, Md., and the late Mr. Fitz- 
gerald, on Nov. 19 at the 
Shrine of the Most Blessed 
Sacrament. 7 


ALICE V. SEILER 
--ERNEST AMBLER 


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ORCHIDS AT TEA—Ouida Miller, muscu- 
lar dystrophy patient, receives an orchid 
from Mrs. John Joseph Hearne, wife of the 


Irish Ambassador. while 


Therapist Ellen Grover watches 
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attended the tea given by Mrs. Hearne last 
Thursday afternoon at the Embassy of Ire- 
land. At the tea, workers were given in- 
struction kits for their house-to-house cam- 
paign during this Thanksgiving Week. 


Parties Are Now at Parade Pace 


Last evening Chairman 
of the Joint Chiefs of Staff 
and Mrs. Arthur Radford 
entertained at dinner at 
their Nebraska ave. quarters 
in honor of the Spanish Am.- 
bassador Don Jose M. de 
Areilza and the Countess of 
Motrico ... The secend in a 
series of dinner parties was 
given Sunday by deputy 
Chief of Staff, Vice Adm 
Matthias Gardner, and Miss 
Gardner at their quarters 
aboard the old Navy Hospital 
grounds 

Maj. Gen. Humberto Del- 
gado, Chief of the Portu- 
guese Military Mission te 
NATO, has issued invitations 
for a 6:30 to 8:30 p. m. re- 
ception. on Nov. 28 at the Ft. 
MeNair Officers’ Club. The 
affair will honor the new 


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Thursday, Dec. 8, is the big 
night for the Bureau of Ships 
officers and Naval Engineer- 
ing Duty officers and their 
ladies. That's the night of 
their superduper cocktail 
party for all stationed in 
‘he Washington - Annapolis- 
Baltimore area. Time, 6:30 
to 8:30 p. m. Place, Naval 
Hospita: Officers’ Mess. 
Heading the ones who have 
made reservations are Chief 
of BUShips and Mrs. A. G. 
Mumma and the Deputy 
Chief and Mrs. B. E. Man- 
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During Mrs. Forrest Sher- 
mans visit to Washington. 
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Naval Operations Adm. 
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early in the month to attend 
the commissioning of the new 


destroyer, U. S. S. Forrest 
Sherman, in Boston. Guests 


at the Burke dinner included . 


Rear Admiral and Mrs. 
Franco Baslini, Senora de 
Miranda, (Mrs. Sherman is 
her house guest), Dr. Carlo 
Perrone-Capano, Counselor 
at the Italian Embassy, Mr. 
and Mrs. Morris Cafritz, Rear 
Adm. Edward W. Clexton, 
USN, Rear Admiral and Mrs. 
Valentine H. Schaffer, Cap- 
tain and Mrs. Richard H. 
Phillips, and Captain and 
Mrs. Norman R. Hitchcock, 
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Turkey Day 


Thanksgiving Eve, the Navy 
Doctors’ Wives Club wiht 


a preview of a Thanksgiving 
dinner. They'll eat turkey 


“and all the trimmings at a 


party at the Commissioned 
Officers’ Mess, National Na- 
val Medical Center. The af- 

fair will get under way with 
cocktails at 7 p. m. A 9 p. m. 
buffet will be followed by an 


evening of dancing. Among 


those onboard for the merry- 
making will be the Deputy 
Surgeon General of the Navy 
and Mrs. Bruce Bradley, 
Capt. Guy Stahr the heads 
the medical school) and Mrs. 
Stahr, and the new “exec” of 
the hospital, Capt. Cecil 
Riggs, and Mrs. Riggs. Head- 
ing the party committee are 
Mrs. Bruce Sullivan and Mrs. 
Robert Doolittle. 


Sharing honors at the Navy 
Bureau of Aéronautics Wives’ 
luncheon on Nov. 19, at the 
Army Navy Country Club, 
were Mrs. James H. Smith 
Jr., wife of the Assistant Sec- 
retary of the Navy for Air 
and Mrs. Thomas S. Combs 
whose husband, Vice Adm. 
Combs, is the Deputy Chief 
of Naval Operations for Air 
Mrs. John R. Perry, widow 
of the former Chief of the Bu- 
reau of Yards and Docks 
Rear Adm. Perry, was the 
guest in whose honor the ex- 
ecutive committee of the Na- 
val Civil Engingers Officers’ 
Wives Club entertained at 
luncheon on Nov. 17 at ‘the 
Ft. Myer Officers’ Club 


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Former Washingtonians. 
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Cooper Waller, will be presented to society on Dec. 26 at a 
dinner in the Louise Seize Room of the Shoreham Hote! 
She will also make her bow at the Debutante Cotillion and 
Thanksgiving Ball Thursday in the Sheraton Hall of the 
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He Evades Responsibility 


DEAR MARY HAWORTH: 

_. Two years ago our son's mar- 

riage of seven years ended in 

divorce. We don't know too 

much about 

it, as he lives 

a great dis- 

tance away. 

But we do 

know that 

his wife mar- © 

ried again al- 

most immedi- 

ately—in 

fact, before 

the divorce 

was final. 

The second 

marriage was a civil cere- 

mony performed in another 

jurisdiction, I understand. 
The new husband beiongs 

to a church that doesn't 


recognize marriage toa di- 
vorced person as valid. This 
is his first marriage and he 
still goes to church and is 
thought by others to be a 
communicant, probably be- 
cause the church authorities 
don't know the facts. Our son 
was married to the girl in a 
chureh ceremony. 

Bob let Joyce proceed with 
divorce and have her way en- 
tirely, not realizing there 
was another man, and think- 
ing she would come to her 
senses and return to him 
He has developed a sound 
philosophy about the rift, 
but yearns for his children, 
whom he supports. He isn’t 
allowed to see them, and 
doesn't insist upon his visit- 
ing rights, lest the contro- 
versy do them more harm 
than has been done already. 


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dren, when older, will see the 
injustice of things and come 
to him voluntarily. We've 
kept, entirely out of the 
fracas, partly because that is 
Bob's wish and partly be- 
cause we feel so ignorant and 
helpless. Ours has been a 
long, happy marriage; and we 
too believe in the sanctity of 
the marriage vows. We know 
Title of the ins-andouts of 

divorce 
However, in the jurisdic- 
tion where Bob was divorced, 
once the children are given 
to the mother, it is almost im- 
possible to take them from 
her, unless she is alcoholic, a 
prostitute, or proved insane. 
Our chief concern is the 
children and we think Bob is 
right—that a custody fight 
can only harm the children. 
Yet we also feel that the 
shoals into which the new 
marriage is heading inevi- 
tably may do them even 
more harm. What do you 
think? Our hands are tied: 
but are Bob’s necessarily so” 
E. P. 


DEAR E. P.: The picture of 
Bob that emerges from be- 
tween the lines, is that of a 
man who really didn’t care 
very.much ‘about his wife and 
children at the time of the 
divorce. It jappears that he 
was unconsciously relieved 
by his wife’s decision to sep- 
arate and take the children— 
as if he welcomed a breather 
from domestic harness. 

His assumption that he 
didn't have to lift a finger to 
solve the trouble, that Joyce 
would be back eventually—on 


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her knees, he figured—shows 
how rejecting he -was, at 
the crossroad, Because he 
didn’t much want her then— 
feeling fed up after seven 
years’ marriage—he theo- 
rized that nobody else would 
be interested, either. In his 
blindly complacent, punitive 
indifference to her, he com- 
pletely overlooked the watch- 
ful other man—whom she 
hastily married for security, 
perhaps. 

Bob's insistence that you 
stay out of the fracas, and his 
air of leniency toward Joyce's 
animosity—so as not to hurt 
the children further, he says 
—Suggests a secret convic- 
tion on his part, of having 
cast them off two years ago. 
He may sense that his innate 
desire was to be rid of them, 
—as he let Joyce go by de- 
fault. Maybe he was in the 
mood for a fling: and it is 
only as time wears on that he 
yearns to see his children 

It is my impression that 
you are gently prodding Bob 
to claim visiting privileges, or 
custodial sharing, as regards 
the children, primarily that 
you may get to know them. 
And he is tactfully evading 
your pressure, giving various 
excuses for taking no action. 
Fundamentally, he is proba- 
bly indisposed to press for 
“rights”, largely because he 
dislikes the stress of child- 
care and doesn’t doubt Joyce's 
devotion to the task. The 
present set-up, though un- 
satisfactory, suits him better 
than full responsibility would, 
I take it 

He seems inclined to let 
time work things out: and 1 
advise you to adjust to that 
attitude. If Joyce's new nfhr- 
riage goes on the rocks. don't 
be holier-than-thou. Rather 
count it a second chance for 
Bob to make good on his past 
mistakes. M. H. 


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some of the amateurs who've 


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bathroom with wallpaper. She 


wants to know if this will be 
a practical maneuver. 


PAPERED BATHROOM 

I WOULD like to wallpaper- 
the untiled portion of our 
bathroom, but hesitate to do 
so until I get some advice 
from those who have dore 
this. I intend to use the paper 
that is already pasted. The 
paper is waterproof, of 
course, but I was wondering 
if the steam from the water in 
the bathroom would cause it 
to peel eventually. I will be 
disappointed if I cannot wall- 
paper the bath as planned but 
do not want to undertake this 
if it wil] not last awhile. I'd 
appreciate hearing from 
those who have hung wall. 
paper in their bathrooms, and 
will delay mine until I hear 
from them. 

Mrs. J. W.M 
Falls Church, Va 


REFINISHING PLAYPEN 
IF THE old finish is good 

enough to be cleaned by wash- 

ing, “a coat of paint (non- 


| Jeaded) would be the easiest 


solution. Our playpen, how- 
ever, was thick with grime 
from years of uncovered 
storage in an attic. With a 
steel wire brush, soap pads 
and undiluted bleach I re- 
moved all the dirt. By that 


| time I was also down to the 
| bare wood. so chose to stain 


and varnish. (We prefer nat- 
ural wood finishes in general.) 


K.S.E., Silver Spring, Md. 


PARING KNIFE 

IN REPLY to S.T.G., who 
asked about knives several 
weeks ago, I believe | may 


have a solution. Stainless 
steel knives (they never hold 
an edge) are aiso my pet 
peeve. About two years ago I 
found a knife made in Solin- 
gen, Germany, at a local hotel 
and restaurant supply store. 
This knife has proved very 
satisfactory; it is a good shape 
for paring and the steel has 
“blued” and become largely 
rust resistant. It needs sharp- 
ening on a stone about once 
every three months. There 
are a variety of sizes and 
shapes available at what I 
consider a moderate price. 
Mrs..J. H. Akeroyd 
Silver Spring, Md. 


EGGLESS CAKE 

I HAVE USED the orange 
cake recipe enclosed for Mrs. 
J. R. of Alexandria many 
times and never had a failure 
and never found anyone who 
didn't like the taste of it. It 
is taken from the Mystery 
Chef's Cookbook. 

Eggiess Cake 


(Orange or Vanilia) 

7 tablespoons butter 
other shortening 

l cup granulated sugar 

2% cups sifted flour 

5 tsp. baking powder 

tsp. salt 

“4 cup orange juice 

(For vanilla cake, use same 
as above except that you use | 
cup milk instead of the orange 
juice and add 1 tsp. of vanilla 
to the milk.) 

Place the butter in a large 
bowl and stir it around until 
creamy. Then- gradually add 
the sugar, stirring after each 
addition. Place the flour and 
baking powder in a sifter and 
sift it into the butter and 
sugar mixture. Sift a little at 
a time and stir in, thinning 
the mixture from time to 
time with the liquid. When 
all ingredients are added, 
pour the mixture into a 
greased pan—or line the pan 


or 


‘iad ONES SEW, de a 
Child Behavior 
7 


He Likes 
To Throw 
‘Things 


By the Gesell Institute 


“DEAR DOCTORS: 

“My son, 16% #=months 
old, throws everything he can 
lay his hands on. This is so 
in his general play, but most 
particularly evidept and un- 
fortunate when he is in his 
high chair. And the habit 
seems to be getting progres- 
sively worse. He throws his 
cup, his spoon, and would 
throw his dish if it werent 
held down with a suction cup. 
Relieve me, he, I and the 
kitechen are an unsightly 
mess. ’ 

“I have tried taking him 
out of his high chair the min- 
ute he starts, giving him no 
more ‘to eat. By the next 
meal he is ravenous, but that 
does not seem to deter his 
activity. Today when he 
spilled his entire glass of 
milk over both of us, I will 
have to admit that I slapped 
his hand—vigorously. I can't 
believe that will do any good; 
in fact, I feel rather badly 
for having done it. 


“But what should I do? I | 


have consulted what few 
books our library has on child 
care: I have searched my 
mind for a reasonable course 
of action, but nowhere do I 
find an answer. I need your 
help.” 


THIS LETTER presents an 
interesting example of what 
we sometimes call a “devel- 
opmental” or “age” problem. 
That is, a behavior which is 
typical of a certain age but 
which will not in the normal 
course of development last 
more than a few months. 

Thus with this baby who 
throws. Fifteen months is in 
many children the high point 
for throwing or “casting” be- 
havior. The baby just nat- 
urally throws anything he 
can get his hands on. With 
toys, it often works best to 
tie them to his high chair or 
play pen. This may not 
please him very much. What 
he really likes is to throw 
things and then to have you 
come and bring them back to 
him. But it will at least keep 
them within reach. 

The mealtime problem is a 
little more difficult, but cer- 
tainly not insoluble. To be- 
gin with, it would probably 
work best if this little boy 
didn’t have any dishes at.all 
on his tray (or only those 
that he could play with.) 

If possible, keep one hand 
free to hold down his hands, 
and then offer a spoonful of 
food or swallow of milk with 
the other. If he throws, or 


bats at the food too violently, em . heiinkethe 
Call RE. 7-234, ask for Circulation, and order The Wash 


the feeding situation should 
for the time being be termi- 
nated. 


(Coorright. 1955. Gesell Institute. Ine.) 


Z 


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fe 


fresh fraie, ora 


how low Curtsy prices are. 


Turkey Sandwiches and Pink 
Best part of Thanksgiving 


mellow cheese, with wine or coffee. a blessing 
to have Curtsy Fruit Cakes (bars and ring shapes) ow band. Ready 
to serve, easy to serve, hot or cold, ‘with or without sauce. Flatrering, 
too, because only the finest fruits and nuts go into them. I'm amazed 


Bunny 


go people think) are turkey 
wiches. | suggest Multi-Grafh Bread (at Safeway) for 
wiches with an entirely new taste. A gentle honey-baked 
Multi-Grain comes from the blending of pure 
four favorite grains—Whole wheat, whole rye, barley and 
Pink Bunny? Nice change from turkey 

‘to avoid turkey blues. Mels 1 1b. Amers- 


golden honey 


can cheddar or processed cheese in double 
boiler with | can condensed tomato soup. 
Add 2 Thsps. Worcestershire sauce and 
stir until smooth. Pour over slices of 


Malti-Graie toast. Serve with 


tossed 


|green salad or molded fruit salad. 


How to Start Thanksgiving Day. 
i Little chaps and big chaps wait out their turkey with 


yz ty, 


LAS 
ae) 


grade corn. Makes all the beloved corn meal 
twice as good as ever. Corn bread, spoon bread, cora 
4. |: muffins, hush puppies, French fried onions. Why not 
“ery Mammy Lou and the Thanksgiving breakfast? I 
don’t pfomise you'll evoid the mutiny a fragrant roast 
ing turkey can trigger but you'll gain valuable minutes, 


less strain on a hearty breakfast. Like Mammy Lou 
Corn.Meal mush (made the day before) fried and 
served with orange marmalade, syrup, or honey. Ham 
or bacon alongside, coffee and milk. I use Mammy 
Lou Corn Meal (at Safeway) because it’s a finer quali- 
richer flavored corn meal, milled only from tep 


dishes 


Cranberry Tarts Sparkle Like Jewels! 

| These taste so precious, too, in the lightest, \\. 
'tenderest pastry. Kitchen Craft Flour (made - 
especially for home baking) does that for 
them and for you. Why not try them for 
Thanksgiving? I find all my bakings are*a 
little finer with Kitchen Craft: Recipe: Make 


| standard pastry using 


2 cups sifted Kitchen Craft 


| Flour, Va top. salt, 4% cup shortening, 4 Theps. cold 

bake 8 tart shells. Cool. Fill with alternate leyers of cream 
with light cream entil fluffy and sieved conned whole cranberry 
ending with cranberry sauce layer on top. Garnish this sparkling 
| with whipped cream. Safeway has Kitchen Craft. 


| p—-——- Look What You Can 


I bought twice as many as 
usual at Safeway yesterday. 
Not just for turkey and cran- 
berry sauce Sunday. I saw 
Marge freezing cranberries. 
To have them fresh ont of 
season. Just wrap and freeze 
as they are. Don't even wash 
them. I asked Safeway how 
they get cranberries so per- 
fect. Theirs are 


Do With Cranberries ———~ 


grown (not wild). They're 
larger, better colored, cook 
up beautifully. Besides holi- 
day eating we like cranber- 
ries with pork, ham, chicken, 
veal. I make sauce quickly: 
Boil together 5 mins. 2 cups 
sugar and 2 cups water. Add 4 
gups Safeway cranberries. Bet 
without stirring until skins pep 


ington Post and Times Herald guaranteed home delivery. 


something to please 


with waxed paper. Use a 9 |[J % 


inch, deep round cake pan. 
Bake in a moderate oven (375 
degrees F.) for 35 to 45 min- 
utes. 


Marjorie Brown, | , 


THANKSGIVING 
sprcials by yori 


Here's a real harvest of delicious, 
lip-smackin’ ice cream creations for the 
fall season. Designed to please both 
family and friends—and made in the 
GIFFORD manner from the very finest 
ingredients money can buy. You'll find 


everyone! 


rolled in whipped cream. 95¢ 
THANKSGIVING MOLDS 


Chrysanthemum, Ear of Corn, 
‘. Horn of Plenty, Pumpki 


Oo 


Elinor Lee's Washington |! 


SPOTS ON TABLE | 


IS THERE any way to re- 
move water spots on a leather 
top table? Mrs. G. Y, C, | 

Manassas, Va. | 


7x 
Peace 


Mina” 


TONITE: 


ANTISEPTIC 
DEODORANT 


FEMININE 
“HYGIENE 


fun when there’s a sparkling Wine Punch 
at the party. $3.60 a 
All you have to do is blend any fine Cali- 
fornia Wine in equal parts with your favorite 
sparkling soft drink. 
Then sit back... relax. Your guests will love 
the friendly informality of pouring their own. 
And take the bottles into the living-room, 
too, for those who like their wine by the glass. 
It’s the wonderful way to make parties 
twice the fun... twice as often .. . at so little 


and Turkey. 
ICE CREAM DECORETTES. 


Cee TURKEY & PUMPKIN PETITES 
Made of orange and cranberry ice. 
60c a dozen 


PUMPKIN MOLD 


Made of Pumpkin Ice Cream and Vanilla 
Ice Cream. Serves 8 to 10. $2.25 


Rome Chowder 


pound diced salt 

pork 

pound ground beef 
onion, chopped 

cup spaghetti, bro- 
ken in small pieces. 
No. 24% can tomatoes 
teaspoon salt 
tablespoons chopped 
pimiento ’ 
tablespoon chopped 
parsley 

teaspoons Worces- 
tershire sauce 
Dash of pepper 
cup canned peas 
cup grated cheese 


ALSO: 

LARGE HORN OF PLENTY WITH 6 ASSORTED 
‘FRUIT MOLDS — $6.50 e HARVEST ROLL — 80¢ 
cost. THANKSGIVING ICE CREAM CAKE — $1.75 
Ask your dealer or write us for the free | 


California wine booklet—“33 Wine Drinks.” Prue © complete solection 


of Thankegiving candies 
end chacoletes—ell meade 
fresh daily! 


PORT PITCHER PUNCH: Pour one bottle of California 
Port Wine and one bottle of ginger-ale over ice cubes 
in large pitcher or bowl. Stir well. Float thin slices of 


lemon or orange. Makes 20 servings. 


ALWAYS ASK FOR . ~~ 
Tue WINES OF CALIFORNIA 


WINE ADVISORY BOARD, 717 MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 


Fry salt pork until 
crisp; pour off excess 
fat. Add meat and onion 
and cook until brown. 
Add spaghetti. Combine 
tomatoes, salt, pimiento, 
parsiey, Worcester- 
shire sauce, and pep- 
per, and add to mix-~ 
ture. Add peas. cover 
and simmer for 1 hour. 
Sprinkie cheese on top 
5 minutes before serv- 
ing. Yield: Six servings. 


ICE CREAM « CANDIES 


Pst.y 
_ OPEN ON THANKSGIVING DAY “"'*" 
16 a.m. to 3 p.m. 


SILVER SPRING ¢ BETHESDA *« ARLINGTON 


4 


World of F 


Gillette Completes 
Paper Mate Purchase 


BOSTON, Nov. 21 #®—The Gillette Co., today announced con- 
‘Fummation of negotiations to purchase’ the various companies’ 


~~ weber 


" Busines S 


~ =e © De re a0. wee ee Aen + . 


TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1955 


65 


A Salute to Hard 
30 Years in Retaili 


By S. Oliver Goodman 
op Mtinaneial, Ediies .. 


9 


James W. Hardey, advertising director of Woodward & 
Lothrop, will receive a salute today for 50 years of service to 
the Washington department store. 

The tribute will come at @ luncheon meeting of the Advertis- 
ing Club of Washington in the* 

Willard Hotel. 


Dean of the retail advertising |°f #¢ 
rted| & 


engaged in manufacture and distribution of Paper Mate pens 
in the United States and Puerto Rico for a total price of 
‘$15,100,523. foe te “F 

The announcement said ac- 
quisition was for cash. Under 
the new setup, Paper Mate of| 
Puerto Rico Inc., acquired all' 


Employe Weltare Plans 
Called ‘New Feudalism’ 


NEW YORK. Nov. 21 #—Two financial experts said today 
employe wélfare plans are creating “a new feudalism” that) 


$2 Dividend 


FPC Hearing Starts On Common 


rvice ... Allied Chemical 


On Gas Rate Boost Dye Corp. has appointed 


‘the outstanding stock of the 
Puerto Rican companies while 
the Paper Mate Co., a Delaware 
corporation, acquired all of the 
outstanding stock af the United 
States companiecs. 

Consolidated net worth of 
Paper Mate, as of Sept. 30, was 
placed at $7,588,735 and consol- 
idated net sales for the 12 
months ended June 30 were 
$16,370,000—with net profits 
after taxes of $3,080,000. 

The Gillette Co. said Paper 
Mate will continue to operate 
wnder the management of its 
founder and former principal 
stockholder, Patrick J. Fraw- 


Associated Press 


Clients of Tennessee Gas 
Transmission Corp. yesterday 
introduced the first of five 
witnesses im an effort te 
prove to the Federal Power 
Commission that the big nat- 


For B. & O. 


rectors of the Baltimore & Ohio 


railroad today declared a 1955 
dividend of $4 a share on the) 

ural gas wholesaler is not [preferred stock plus a dividend 
_ entitled to an $8,600,000 an- |of $2 on common shares, both 
| Rual rate increase. payable: Dec. 27 to holders of 
| Tennessee filed a new rate record Dec. 1. 
_ Schedule with the FPC Nov. | The B. & O. paid dividends 
3, 1954, claiming it needed (of $1 each on the common. 
more money to cover in- istock in 1954 and °'53. 
creased costs. | At today’s meeting the 

| 


| 


More than 50 utilities, board also declared a dividend | 
cities and state utilities com- (for the year 1956 of $4 on the) 
missions appealed the rate (preferred stock, payable next 


ley Jr. production and research 
facilities are in Culver City,| 
Calif., and Salinas, Puerto Rico. | 

Acquisition was described as! 
a further step in Gillette diver-| 
sification. 


Will Enter New Field | 


PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 21 (#) 
The Pennsylvania Salt Manu-! 
facturing Co. said today it is 
planning to en’ r the aerosol 
propellant and _ refrigerant 
fields late next year. The new 
line, called Isotron Products, 
will be produced in a multi- 
million dollar pl.nt already un- 
der construction at Calvert City, 
Ky. 


New Cont. Can Head 


NEW YORK, Nov. 21 ‘#®#—Con- 
tinental Can Co. today an- 
nounced the election of Thomas 
C. Fogarty as president, effec- 
tive Jan. 1, to succeed Hans A. 
Eggerss who is retiring. Reuben 
L. Perin will succeed Fogarty 
as executive vice president of 
the metal division. 


Rawlings Co. Sold 


NEW YORK, Nov. 21 W 
Purchase of all the capital stock 
of the Rawlings Manufacturing 
Co. of St. Louis by Spalding & 
Bros. has been announced. The 
purchase is subject to approval! 
of Spalding stockholders at a 
special meeting on Dec. 6. 


Axe-Houghton Split 


NEW YORK, Nov. 21 (®#—Axe- 
Houghton Fund B directors 
have voted a three-for-one stock 


| should the Commission over- 
| rule or modify them. 


Creates Foreign Division 


rises to them and the new (year in four installments of $1 
schedule was suspended Nov. |each on March 15, June 15, 
26, 1954. However, the rates Sept. 17 and Dec. 17 to pre-| 
have been in effect since last |ferred shareholders of record | 
Dec. 15, subject te refund (Feb. 24, May 21, Aug. 27 and 
Nov. 27. This will be the first 
year that the company has paid | 
dividends on the preferred) 
stock on a quarterly basis since | 
| 1931. 
split and will ask stockholders; DETROIT GASKET & MFG. | 
to approve an increase in the| CO. declared a 50 per cent stock | 
authorized stock from three/dividend on common | 
million to 12 million shares at| payable Dec. 13 to holders of 
the annual meeting Jan. 26, it|record Dec. 5. No stock divi- 
was announced by Emerson W.|dend was paid last year. 
Axe, fund president. AEROQUIP CORP. declared | 
. — a year-end extra of 5 per cent 
Stock Split Planned in common stock, payable 
PITTSBURGH, Nov. 21 March.1 to holders of record | 
The board of directors of Pitts-; 


Feb. 3. 

r . | PEPSLCOLA CO. declared 
burgh Consolidation Coal Co. a quarterly dividend of 25 cents 
today recommended to stock-\and an extra dividend of 15 
holders a three-for-one split in'cents, both payable Dec. 31 to 
the firm's common stock. The | holders of record Dec. 15. This 
directors also declared a divid-|™#kes @ total hy for the year 
end of 75 cents a share on com-| “5 © cents in 1954. 4 
mon stock, payable Dec. 13 to| MANGEL STORES CORP. 
shareholders of record Dec. 2./declared a quarterly dividend 
of 40 cents and an extra of 25; 


eo waren £4 i |Dec. 15 to stock of record Dec. 
Bh we yy Nov. ate It paid 25 cents in previous 
public Ste rp. announced! quarters. In announcing the in- 


today the formation of an In-) — 
ternational Projects ‘creased dividend, Sol Mangel, 


Division | : . ; 
to handle foreign requests for| President, said earnings this 
technical information. David 
H. Bellamore has been named 
director of the new division. 


Tinless Can Shown 


HARRISBURG, Pa., Nov. 21 
A food can with an aluminum: 
coating .anstead -f tin, and with’ 
sideseams that are: welded in-| 
Stead of soldered, made its’ 


‘last year. 

GENERAL RAILWAY SIG- 
NAL CO. declared a regular 
quarterly dividend of 50 cents 


and an extra $1 On cOmmon,|Cests 2.75s87 
Pet Ed 3.25088 
Sew Ch 398? 
‘Evie 4.552015 
FiatC $524 
‘Firestone det? 
Gen 


both payable Dec. 31 to stock) 
of record Dec. 9. It paid an| 
extra of 50 cents a year ago. 

E. I. DuPONT de NEMOURS 


NEW YORK, Nov. 21 #—Di-| 


- 
: 


‘York State Insurance Depart- 


They said the plans had a 


cents on common, both payable bh 


\year are running well ahead of cs. 


makes it difficult for people to leave old jobs—or get new) 
ones after 45. — —e ae 
Such plans 
‘than 20 million America 
workers, the experts told a New 


| 
now effect pein alism with individuals being 


locked into employment in com- 
ipanies in which they have ac- 
jcumulated substantial pension 
rights.” 

In addition, he said, com- 
panies are “unable to employ 


ment hearing. 


tendency to freeze workers to! 
Suet ap pontien, Renee pte desirable personnel over a cer- 
), tain agé because of the impos- 
an aatting pew tobe because] ibility of accumulating ade 
their age brackets demand|*"n.° agen ugg “catymmren 


Td Berle said the contribution 
higher employer contributions quired for a person at 45 
to welfare plans. | 


might be probihitively high 
The views came from A. A./with the result that a worker 
Berle Jr., former Assistant Sec-|who lost his job or wanted to 
retary of State and chairmanichange his job could not get 
of the Twentieth Century Fund,'jocated with any other com- 
and Beardsley Ruml, former|nany contributing to such a 
chairman of R. H. Macy & Co. ifund. 

Both called for methods to! “The net result is that men 
give the beneficiaries of wel-/in and past middle life are con- 
fare plans more information|signed to the economic scrap 
and greater protection. heap,” Berle testified. | 

The hearing is to gather in-| He said the State Insurance 
formation on which to base|Department should examine a 
recommendations for state leg-|suggestion that credit built up! 


shares islation controlling welfare for any employe in one fund/5??¥ 


plans. ‘should be transferable to an- 

Ruml, expressing his views other. | 
in a letter, said at present “the| Ruml said the problem is one 
American economy is trans-\of the Federal—not the state 
forming itself into a new feud-' government. 


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‘Packard marks it first year as a 


William E. Jennings as man- 
ager of its fiber application re — 
— laboratory in Hopewell, 
Va. 


Barlow Joins Chamber 


New treasurer of the Cham- 
‘ber of Commerce of the United 
States is Joe] Barlow, Washing- 
ton attorney. He succeeds R 
sel C. Harring- er: 
ton who will be- © 
come Commis ~ 
sioner of In- 
ternal Revenue 
on Dec. 1. Bar- 
low, a graduate 
in law of 
George Wash- 
ington Univer- 
sity (1935), is 
senior tax part- 
ner of Coving- 
ton and Bur- Barlow 
ling. He has taught in high 
schools here and in the Colum- 
bia University School of Law. 
Barlow has been a member of 
the Chamber's committee on 
taxation since 1952. 


fraternity here, Hardey sta 
with foodies 
as a messenger 
Coca-Cola os! B.S 
| 1905, at the age | 
of 13. He mas- ) 
N UJ 1 tered the then Vodka More Popular 
et p © new art of typ- Sales of vodka in Washington 
ing and began have increased sharply this 
writing con. year, according to William F. 
pany _ letters Dolan, vice president of Heu- 
n uarter and addressing blein Food Importing Co. of 
eS |New York. Dolan, who spoke 
n e ‘at a lunch reste in th 
The Coca-Cola Co. reported a was trans Hardey BoP erage Ser ge oP 
13.8 per cent gain over last year ferred to the two-man advertis-\vodka sales this year will ac- 
in net profits for the third quar-|ing department of the store. | count for 6 per cent of all liquor 
ter. “Those were the days,” he re-|sold in Washit.gton as compared 
Net income for the quarter called, “when advertising was with 0.5 per cent last year. 
came to $10,470,255 or $2.46 a\a simple profession. Anyone | Dolan was here to outline sales 
share, against $9,196,206 or $2.15 who could draw a straight line | plans for Relska vodka, which 
a share for the same three qualified.” He estimated that is distributed by his firm. 
months of 1954. in 1909 Woodies newspaper ad- 
Net earnings for the first vertising cost less than $50,000; 
nine months of 1955 totaled in 1955 more than $1 million. 
$22,989,062 or $5.39 a share, Hardey became advertising 
against $21,212,638 or $4.96 a manager of Woodies in 1924, 
share in the first three quar-'sales promotion director in 
ters of last year. 1929, and now is advertising . 
Gallon sales of CocaCola director with responsibility 
p in the third quarter were, over 40 persons in the advertis- 
the largest in any quarter in|ing department, 30 on the dis- 
the company’s 69-year history,| play staff, four in the sign shop 
President William E. Robinson and four in the comparison of- 
announced. fice. 
Studebaker-Packard Corp. Hardey remembers when a 
Studebaker-Packard Corp. re- four-column ad in a newspaper 
ported yesterday a net loss of was a big advertising day for 
$19,301,513 on net sales of $72... Woodies. Now his staff con- 
032,207 for the quarter ended tracts and prepares as much as 
Sept. 30. a 64-page tabloid section for a 
For the first six months of single day. He also remembers 
this year, the company reported when illustrations were un- 
a net loss of $9,638,399 on sales heard of in ads, especially 
of — The indicated | corseted ladies. 
net loss for the first nine ; . , 
When Woodies first placed 
months of 1955 amounts to a manikin in a swim suit in a 
wey report. Studebak show window, he recalls, it 
S FCDOr’, Studebaker sroused some protest. \ 
joint concern. Studebaker Corp.|.. Hardey_has served as chair-,’ ores 
and Packard Motor Car Co..man of the Better Business|) The 36-store Eastover Shop- 
were merged on Oct. 1, 1954,| Bureau for three years and has|ping Center will be formally 
No comparable figures for the been active in many civie|dedicated today with cere- 
year ago period were released. groups, including the Board of|/monies starting at 10 a. m. 
Alleghany Corp. reported its|Trade, Merchants & Manu-|Gov Theodore R. McKeldin of « 
net income for nine months facturers Association, War)|Maryland will be guest speaker 
ended Sept. 30 totaled $850,081 Finance Committee, Communi-|. . . Adam Hat Stores, Inc., is 
compared with $2,150,951 a year| ty Chest, Red Cross and Cancer converting all its stores into 
ago. Net assets per common Society. independent operations. Meyer 
share amounted to $13.70 on : ‘Epstein franchise represent- 
Sept. 30, 1088, compared with Who's News Ege gt Ey ts 
Sy in the like period a year Colonel Ernest C. Norman chise applications in this area 
(retired) has joined the Wash-| The Navy. Federal Credit 
Other earnings reports 4 cs avy a : 
onnett, Motels Corp. for nine months ington office of Burton, Dana &\ Union has passed the $2 million 
Net income». e850 50%  gsbvisg (CO 4&8 a registered representa-jteve] in share savings, Presi- 
A share 113 1 17\ tive of the New York Stock Ex-| dent James H. Denny reported 


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heustratia 3.75988 ' 
\Beriia City 6558 
| Chile 3383 
. : wha 4.5977 
Baltimore Markets Sormeny "5.0008 
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4 m + , Nov. 21 »— 
Kelvinator Preview | oRALTIMONE. Nor, 21, 7 nailer lots | Grech 


& CO., INC. declared a year-'|Genmets 
end dividend of $3 per share of pee 
common stock, making 

1955 dividends $7, compared to SraceéCe 3.5575 
$5.50 last year. The yearend "" % *™ 

dividend is payable Dec. 14 to 
stockholders of record Nov. 29. ' 


Tite ty National Shiri Shops of De! : ’ | 
‘ante “ for 12 months ended Aus : ~~ change . +. John B. Waltz Jr. — Massaglia Hotels, which 
$68 


WEBYp— 95) BUt lmeome se; = #836978 has been appointed assistant) owns the Raleigh here, has pur- 
ames gg ALR axe Mortgage loan and real estate|te] in Honolulu... ! 

59% 99% 89+ | A Tare 2 1.19\ office of Massachusetts Mutualithaler Linotype Co. 

+ pmoanies for | 1 ife Insurance Co. ... Louis J.jclared regular quarterly divi- 
$177,841 Burns, Washington division)}dend of 50 cents a share, pay- 


United 

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113% 193% 7 : , 

“ 68% Sept. 10:|commercial supervisor of Bell|able Dec. 21 to stock of record 
aoe =": Silberne Radio & 


debut here today at the annual 
convention o. the Pennsylvania 
Canners Association. This tin- 
less can was developed by the 
American Can Co, 


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Steel Flat Too Desks Like-New 
Condition. Original Cost $165, 
Sacrifice Sale Price $52.50 
Chairs to match 

100 4-Drawer Wood file Cabinets; 
legal letter Size $10 
$25,000 Steck of new and used 
office furniture of every descrip- 
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Free Parking & Delivery 


oylia 121% 121% 
2 120% 123% 123%+ % YC ‘nan # 


837.174.1158 615.600 
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‘Blectric Coal « 
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Sie OX on» AEDST oe *\Telephone System. was guestiDec 6... 
of honor at a dinner in the/Tlectronics Co. will open a new 
Roger Smith Hotel here, mark-|and larger store today at 3400 


ing his retirement after 36 years’ Georgia ave. nw. 


Special Jewelry Gifts 
Whether siving individual er 
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Manie (Cariead) Kressin, Gen. Mer. few stock 


| lyi and cows on offer that were held ite! PUt 3577 
| rhe new Kelvinator line for | from last week in addition to fresh re-|jagen §.Se6ést 
1956 will be shown today to/ceipts, salabic supply includes 20 loads Norway 436) 
; | slaughter steers. 4 loads heifers and 5 Ureg aj 4.125579 
‘area dealers at the Southern | loads stock cattle. cows forming around | 
iw al. ) 
| Wholesalers warehouse, 707 — ~ on steers and cows. siow © 
i\Edgewood st. ne. Host is Wil-| others, steers generally fully steady wit 
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liam J. O'Connor, president of/to «as much 
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about steady. bulls modere 
late. generally fully steady. 
cattle sold sbout eteady: food an 
| choice Ser i. steers 19.00-23.50 
bulk 960-1365 ib. mmercial and good 
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3.00. few Jersey and Guernsey 
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‘Stocks Again Retreat in Moderate Trading |" cio 


. FLEMINGTON, N. J., Nov. 2i;day approved a split in the 
“™—Stockholders of Duke Pow-' company’s stock on a two-for- 


eS ope hand ; ° 2. 8 Oe See Oe. Se. eee Ae e's Re es Ae ® / 3 100s) Wigh Li jw Cisse Che. er Co., at a special meeting to- one basis. iting 
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Eariate: re ven ase nae / VO l ufont Siumps 
150; Jan. 1 to date 583,8.2,605:; 9 
1954.to date 479,495,741; 1953 to 7 Eo a ik. RE s oS i aes se Wea 2S 
— a NEW YORK, Nov. 21 ™—The stock market ; The Associated Press average of 60 stocks 
« oon ~~ declined today in moderate manner, its third | was down $1.60 at $177.40. The industrial 
fall since it failed to break through to a new § component (containing Du Pont) was off $3.40, 
Dow-Jones Stocks high. rails lower by 50 cents, and utilities 20 cents. 
NEW YORE, Nev. 21; Prices were down around 3 points at the Last Wednesday the AP average came to 
oe a. a mem aan worst while gains avent to about a point. There . within $1.20 of the old record high of $181.50 
SS oe 15866 16845 19885 199358 —a%s, were only a few more losers than gainers, and established last Sept. 23 just before the break 
15 otis 64.95 65.21 6148 6173 ~ 0198) trading was light at 1,960,000 shares as com- | on the news of the President's illness. The 
6 sits 170i ie 108.10 = yas. *! pared with 2,320,000 shares Friday. market was given its big push down last Fri- 
Teday: indectrisis, 190,900; wails, 68,300,) Du Pont dropped 9% at 228% after directors “day after the Federal Reserve raised its dis- 
wtilities, 42,008; 63 stocks, 302,008. _ declared a yearend dividend of $3.00 as _ count rate to 2% per cent from 2% per cent 
warren against $2.50 a year ago. Directors made no _— as a blow at inflation. 
(1085) Wigh Low Close Chg.) mention of a split. Du Pont is in the Asso- Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal jumped 
sete § | elated Press average and had a major hand = ahead to 100 after directors proposed a three- 
geestt t a en in its setback. for-one split, but it closed at 95 up %. 
£8G Ved 28 i % 14 Du Pont sold as high as 241 but was sinking Baltimore & Ohio got as high as 48% and 
fast when the dividend announcement was | closed up "& at 47% on a dividend of $2 for 
made. Trading was halted briefly, and it re- | the year as compared with $1 last year. Stude- 
opened on 4,000 shares at 233. baker-Packard was off *. at 10% after re- 
Adams Millis “4 +3 The market was a trifle higher at the start, | porting a large third quarter loss. 
Aumiral 1 2 \e— but it turned mixed and went down quite Coca-Cola was up 2% at 128 on the usual 
early. It was around its lowest point at the | $1 dividend and a report of record high sales 
finish. Rails and coppers at one time did = of syrup. Pepsi-Cola was up * at 23 on a 
well, but they ended lower. Nevertheless, | quarterly dividend of 25 cents and an extra 
those two divisions together with the oils | of 15 cents, a total of $1 for the year as against 
maintained some good gains. | 65 cents last year. 


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’ i: | Mely Shee 1.800 did 169% 101% ; ’ ; 
+ “ ; 27%_ 27+ % §| market there ere situations that offer tremendous potentials for 
pf ‘(a nan : a ag) a + - 7. aT: thee srr 6's wd "” | those alert investors who are aware of the factors that spell future 
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bh Si% Stee Con flectres 2 28" " H . 5 LU me z —_— i : 6 a4 eb ‘ 
is —2 \Con tamed ta Green ML 2 3 is ~~ yo Zenith fad 2 10 134% 138 
730 145% 144% 1459+ %\ Con BH Gas 1.58 ‘as a Arms lonite Pd 7 @ 
42 181 «180% 188%4— %% Con Ret St _. Merck 28 | g=Oeit of trading ten shares 
108 16% 75% 18% Con Text .10¢ xé | es le Sted My meres pt 4.29 ’ in tall 
z7G 142%— 142%e 142% “8 Consem Pw 2.200 “t 4 Mert Ch as? + te Seovill ME 2 ' Rates of dividends ie the fer 
Am Viscose 2506 32 B6%% 83s He> Ss Con Pe pf 4.58 118% 118%+ : ne 2 ‘ are annual disbursements base 
Am Viscese wi 32 + ‘2\Con Pw oof 418 12348 103% 103% 187+ % 4 . 
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63% 6Te+ Ye) Cont Cophs : 1 , ae Se ie mm ‘ 1 , vidend. @—Deciared or paid 
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Cora Pd 176% 176\%e—2%2  weckt Ce 1.88 33% ; s iv 
, 28%e— 4 Cornell B 1. ‘sh Helme 1.68 a ey | ¢ié—Catied. xi—Ex 
Acsd Ory 6 Corning 68% S0\e— Yi wercel Mot 3 ~ ogg 3 TT 8 ) 128 \@istribution. wr—Ex 
Assoc tov 248 ‘ : 58 4 he 8 -i% iss af ’ a. ) or ats. we-With . 
Atchison 5a 141% Mi¥e— “al Coty ine 25g ‘ S% 8%..... a 6 +t Me Ree tes . ie 1. ? \destributed: wi—Whee tssurd. of@—Next day 
Atvhises pf 2.58 ; &. —_ ot - Coty tnt! 20g 1 : sn? T\s wertr 1 os la ’ ivery. ate me 
. “4 _ 2 . ie+ % Rebies 7 ; a~is bankreptcy of receivers o 
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1S 45% 44% 446-1 Crowe Cork .20g THe atte ney Ch cv pf4.37 228 & s = 2% Se Cer TAG 8 © securities assumed by sack companies. 
15 352 35\4 35%— 16 Crewe Zell ASS 54% on .. Mee Ve SOP R Sug 1.70¢ 
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es 6 2 Ste % Cuneo Press " ' “ 8 : at + See ee : core provided the only Sright spet im grams FOR ; 
' ' Yew Yel 2, j 21\s Seu Pac 3 on the Beard of Trace teday RR 
xc: Deegan iy Bg? ot 38 5 5 . 2T'et+ *s| See Pree 1 ’ What closed %4 te 1% tower, corn % te % 9) OW . MARKETS 
> , . . higher, eots “« lower te % higher, rye 1 
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BabcockaW 3 +22 Cutler W 2.48 i 8 +t eoat tap 7" Sap. ,, rd 8 te 18 cents  bundred pounds lower. | 
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68 Tuesday, November 22, 1958 - |Howto 


Keep Well 


By Dr. Theodore ‘R. Van Dellen 
To the limit.of space, ques- 
tions 


THE CANCER ENIGMA 
Washington, Silver Spring, PARKington Cancer remains a major | 
health problem. The death toll 
from this disease continues to 
rise; in 1953, it exceeded the 
225,000 mark. But numbers can | 
be misleading. More people are | | APRARENTLY YOUR FATHER 


dying of cancer not only be. oat wee gee ll 
cause our population is im) | cays OF THE SKULL .. 


creasing but because more) | ciowep a FRACTURE! ry 
men and women are living to - 
an age when malignancies are 
likely to develop. 
In this respect, ‘more people 
have cancer and more will die 
of it. Physicians today have a 
greater number of patients to 
cure than those of a quarter of ‘iv , ; a 
a century ago, Then, as now, : TRAE y } 
X-ray, and radium! (of : Al tap ,.. lla 
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Glidden Spred-Satin cally “ray producer!” and ss) LER ARTE MRS. DARRIN«-+I FEEL YEP! YOU SHOULD HURRY ALONG TO THAT THEATER, 
such, are similar to X-ray and THAT YOU SHOULD - -« b DORA!..- YOU CAN BE ON TIME, EVEN IF 4. 
Is Really Washable! radium. WELL-»*IMREADY!---I AMA THE PHONE HASN'T i DANES NOT > TUL KESP IN RX 
Statistics show that the pro-| [SUPPOSE YOU HAVENT y RUNG SINCE YOU \. WITH YOU: 
Easy to apply, quick drying portion of patients who die to | | HEARD FROM DANNI? BARA went IP TD DRESS, 
and odor-free! Glidden Spred those who are cured has not| ; =~ DORA! , } 
Satin contains over two pounds changed materially in the last | |’ ! 
of rubber solids. You can wash 25 years. Our present methods 
it without colors ever fading! of treatment yield brilliant re- 
All standard colors. Quart 1.95 sults in some and dismal fail- 
ures in others.,The best out- 
come cah be expected in t 
lower grade malignancies such | 
as skin cancer; 90 per cent of 
this group recover. 
But cancers elsewhere con- 
tinue to be stubborn and diffi- 
cult to handle, Some surgeons 
admit they are ready to change 
their method of attack but 
how? We do not know what! 
cancer is or what causes it. Is | 
cancer of the stomach the | 
same as cancer of the lung?’ 
What makes these lesions grow (] 
fast in one patient and slow | \ 
in another? We don't even | 
know how cancer kills. 
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when better treatments are + 
found. Meanwhile, our scien- 
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. Tuesday, November 22, 1958 69 


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Portraits 
By James J. Metcalfe 


Let’s Hurry Slowly 


It’s good to be ambitious 
| but ... We should be 
patient, too... In order 
to accomplish what... 
We really want to do... 
We can get so excited that 
. .. We spoil our steady 
aim ... And also we may 
find ourselves ... A little 
limp and lame ... There 
is that old expression true 
... That sometimes haste 
makes waste... And to 
that human error now... 
Some tragedies are traced 
... There is no sense in 
rusting in. . “Where 
angels fear to tread”... 
When just a little common 
sense ... May help us 
get ahead ... So let us 
mix ambition with ... The 
patience we require... 
Before we strike the 
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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES 
0 Tuesday, November 22, 1955 os 


The DISTRICT LINE By si! Gotd 


Odds and Ends From a 


Columnist’s Cuff 

IT’S glamorous to be a for- 
eign correspondent, but the 
job also brings some head- 
aches in its wake. Robert 
Sherrod, thoroughly domesti- 
cated in Philadelphia these 
many moons as managing 
editor of the Saturday Eve 
ning Post, was back in Wash- 
ington for a visit over the 
weekend. “I had to buy a 
house in Philadelphia, of 
course,” he told me, “but that 
made three—until I finally 
got rid of the one in Wash- 
ington. But I still haven't 
been able to unload the one 
in Tokyo” ... Frane Shor of 
the National Geographic, 
back from a prolonged stay 
in Europe, shies away from 
the house-hunting routine 
and has settled down at 
Jeanne Sweetiland’s Jeffer- 
son Hotel again with his 
pretty wife, Jean Bowie Shor, 
whose new book, “After You, 
Marco Polo,” is a November 
Book-of-the-Month Club selec- 
tion and piling up big sales. 
... E. L. Springer of 2957 
Upton st. nw. likes that dry 
cleaning firm's slogan which 
advises: “If your clothes 
aten't becoming to you, they 
should be coming to us”... 
Jack McMahon of 1133 13th 
st. nw. reports that Mrs. Mark 
Lansburgh’s reminder about 
the Oyster Dairy’s “Oyster 
milk” put him in mind of the 
old Ovyster’s Restaurant at 
15th and F sts. (back in the 
late 20s). The patrons always 
used to like to pun that 


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“PET PEEVE” items al 
ways seem to get the best re 
ception from readers who 
have experienced similar in- 
cidents. Dr. A. W. Francke is 
the latest convert to my cru- 
sade for legible signatures on 
postcards; he’s just gotten 
one which he can’t decipher 
(I can’t either) and muses: 
“Which of my patients is 
going to be angry with me for 
not thanking him for the nice 
postcard from Bermuda—and 
come to think of it, which of 
them can afford a trip like 
that?” 


A GOOD way to entertain 
the kids on the morning 
after Thanksgiving is sug- 
gested by Patricia 8. Brand 
of 5704 Rockmere dr., Sum- 
ner, Md., who thinks you'd 
like to know about the Tech- 
nicolor showing of “The Pris- 
oner of Zenda” at the Calvert 
Theater at 10 a. m. this Fri- 
day. Sponsor of the special 
showing is the Perennial 
Garden Club, which will turn 
over all proceeds to the Chil- 
dren’s Convalescent Home. . . 
Many District Liners donate 
to charity instead of sending 
Christmas cards, but Louise 
McCue tells me there's a nice 
compromise available from 
the Arlington County Unit of 
the American Cancer Society 
(1800 N. Edison st., Arlington). 
It’s a pretty card, complete 
with traditional message, 
plus the note that the sender 
has contributed to the Can- 
cer Society .. . Coincidence 
Dept.: The author of a recent 
study of chronic leg ulcers 


| was Sherwood W. Barefoot. 


THE Navy Band has re- 


turned to Washington after 


its tour. and Cmdr. Charles 
Brendler, toting the biggest 
brief case in town (he says 
it’s stuffed with music but I 
think he’s hiding a tuba in 
it) is all sét for the band’s 
free concert this Friday night 


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me. He sent me a copy of his 
book “Good As Gold” (which 
was well received by the 
critics) together with a note 
thanking me for the material 
he had borrowed from this 
column. So what happened? 
So I stayed up all night read- 
ing the book—and never did 
spot anything I could claim 
credit for ... Morrie Siegel, 
the TV sports imp, is a Geor- 
gia Democrat but doubts 
whether he'll vote for Adlai 
Stevenson. “He split an in- 
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sary and, this time, a more 
‘laudable bit of stubbornness in 


own downfall by a bit of ob-/. 


| Jt was foolhardy of South to 


ass 
Opening lead: Queen of contest to five clubs. Since 


‘North had failed to keep open: 
a bid of one club, South should | 
recognize that his five low cards| 
‘in the side suits must all prove) 
losers. The ensuing double) 
should, therefore, net the ene-' 
my 500 points, more than the’ 
value of the game for which 
they had contracted. 

West chose te open the queen 
of spades and when it held, he 
continued the suit. The proce- 


J i/dure seemed innocuous enough 


since he could visualize no en- 
tries into dummy fo permit the 
esablishment of this suit. On 


4 | winning with the king of spades, 
East crashed the king of hearts 


and continued with that suit. 
South ruffed with the nine of 


e clubs. 


It was apparent that with 
routine play, declarer must lose 


“4itwo more diamond tricks and 
/} | suffer a “bottom score.” A vague 
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-4'hand; if each of the opponents ~~ 
had two clubs; and if the eight . 


of clubs was with West, the 
spade suit could be established 
for diamond discards and the 
damages limited to a one trick 
set. 
Accordingly, South led the 
six of clubs and when West | 
played low, he put in the seven | 
which held. A spade was now. 
ruffed as both defenders fol-’ 
lowed. A club to dummy’s jack 
extracted trumps and permitted 
deciarer to discard two dia- 
monds—down one, offset by 100 
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Pan-American Unity Needs a Boost 


| would campaign, she replied|portant, in Dr. Burns’ private|gast is pulling political strings 
By Drew Pearson ‘that they had just moved into a| opinion, this will set off an #00 to keep the state's senior Demo- 
With American foreign policy| new house and she was terribly|nomic chain reaction, causing erat, Sen, Herbert Lehman, 
hting a losing game in Asia,'nusy getting settled. other wage boosts and stimu- 
and to some extent Eu-| “fyery once in a while Estes| lating the economy . . . Ironi-|ftom heading the New York del 
~-{Fope, it. might -pay Eisenhower! cays: -‘We-must talk about - the/eaily, the full $1 minimum wage. | 1956. convention. 
planners to future.’ But,” said Mrs,.Kefau-|was passed by the Democrats|Reason: Lehman ts for Adlai 
give é iver, “we just haven't gotten/over dent Eisenhower's ob-'Stevenson, not Gov. Averell 
around to it.” jections ... New York's Demo-|Harriman., 


ok. +. “ cratic Chateman Mike Prender- Sesbetdhts 1000, Del Gradiest, teat 


A system whereby airplane 


baggage can be inspected for | d f TOYS 
explosives is now under discus- f 
sion at the Civil Aeronautics Oa S O a 


rar yi cid "4 Administration, but the pros-| 
Ti a pects don’t look good. | a 
few blocks Last week CAA Chief Fred’ iscount rices 
| | from the State Lee conferred with J. Edgar 
v1 gg the sometimes neg-| Hoover over woke wt Sgr 
lected Pan American Union|magnetic mac s which de- 
‘ean be a great force for the type | tect metal concealed in clothing | For Lumber Call Our Number—LIncoln 7-9400 
of peaceful cooperation so bad-|of prison visitors.’ However, an 
ly needed in the world but not/explosive instrument concealed 
overly prevalent today. in airplane baggage doesn't 


The man who takes the place have.to be made of metal and’ be | 

of the late Carlos Davila, much-| therefore could not be detected | 

loved, late Director-General of|by a magnetic machine. Fur- 

the Pan American Union, can|thermore, enough explosive to 

play an all-important part in| blow up an airplane can be con- 

————i—t—— I‘imolding a close-knit alliance|cealed in a fountain pen. This 
By Willard | against communism and for bet-| appears to rule out detection de- 

a ter understanding in the Ameri-| vices used in prisons. 

cas. Another, though expensive, 
Among the possibilities for|solution might be a gadget 

this post are dynamic Eduardo|calied the “Inspectoscop,” test- 

Zuleta-Angel, ex-ambassador of ed by the United States Bureau 

Colombia, who, however;1s not} of Prisons, which works on the 

too anxious to serve, and ex-|principle of an X-ray and can 

President Galo Plaza of Ecua-|search out almost anything. 

dor, one of the few Latin-Ameri-| However, the gadgets cost over 

can presidents born in the|/$3000 each and there's been fear 

United States. of radiation in using them on 

‘human beings. They can be 
used on suitcases and packages, 


Galo Plaza not only’was born 


City, but studied si the Uni-|however, without danger. The 


ersity of Maryland, played|Problem of installing them in 
football at the University of several thousand baggage coun- 


California, served as Ambassa-| *®TS throughout the USA is one 
dor in Washington and is one of the experts hate to tackle. 


"| the most consistent and faithful, : 7 
By Saunders and Waggon [on ee of the democratic Washington Pipeline 


; 10 “—~ MAYBE I SHOULD f" T process in Latin America. | Ina private policy huddle, 
HE DIDN'T SAY HED YOU TO CLEAN THE BLACK- ¥ NOT MIND THE EVEN WAIT HERE! - ; While some other Latin gov-|President Eisenhower and Sec- 
HAVE TO STAY, MOM! HE BOARDS, SO-Hi/ BuT, WALK THIS TO PROTECT YOU TLL . \ ernments have closed down the| retary of Labor James P. Mitch- 
SAID HE WAS GOING TOS REALLY. I THINK T CAN WAY, MISS THE BUS COMES % press, Galo laughed at the gibes|ell agreed not to ask Congress 
5 THK HE'S SETTING FIND MY WAY TO THE : ) a mm against him in the Ecuadorian|to amend the Taft-Hartley law 
WACKY: . shes ress, never imposed martial/next session. They decided, how- . 
2 Va aw, and, most important of all,|ever, to push five Administra- T e First Mo ern 
, = ' held free and fair. elections at/tion labor bills . .. Most impor- ’ 
the end of his four-year term.| tant would be legislation requir- 
He was, incidentally, the only jing overtime pay for workmen Power Worksho ! 
Ecuadorian president ever to'on Government projects whose p 
finish out a full term. The|work week exceeds 40 hours in 
others were either assassinated/ five eight-hour days . . . Dr. Ar- , , : 
or deposed. |thur een pre President’s Imagine, a complete power workshop that’s loaded with 
Those elections resulted in a|chief economist, is counting on| precision-performance and safety features, yet priced to 
victory for his opposition, and/the $1 minimum wage to keep| s+ your budget! 
ene he could Lape d an ~- economy booming next year. y e ‘ 
started a revolution against the| The new wage floor, which goes 
present regime, he has lived] into effect March 1, will add PLUG-IN. INSTALLATION 
quietly in Ecuador under his $500 million to the pay checks/ *° Smee see evin then a Complete Price 
political opponents. ‘of 2 million workers. More im- y tad paige .. A om Ee | 
| Galo Plaza was Ambassador! » few minutes and e cerew ddver § emneludes Bench 
be Song vag — — wer te have it ready te plug ia. . . 
when the Pan American . 
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fense Pact was negotiated. He! ‘\, he 3 
was one of the most effective! ‘ / 7], | gives you the correct ; 
architects of this agreement, \\ / speed for any wood- ; *289” 


also helped formulate the char- \working cperation, 


ter of the United Nations at San| * ‘and it's as easy as : 
Francisco ‘THAN EVER 
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Pan American Union he would eA t te 
give powerful impetus to closer \ a 
unity between the Americas at 
a time when the United States 
appears to be losing friends in| 
other parts of the world. 


——|Nancy Says ‘No’ 


By Branner 
- > If Sen, Estes Kefauver (D- 
a. NS m. YY : : Tenn.) decides to run for Presi- 
FRENDS WHOLL DESIGN ‘ PHONE Wm dent, he'll face revolt at home 
HELP ME LAND A , ey ; —not only ftom his. beautiful 
GOOD POSITION ! , wife Nancy, but from his four 
children. 

The Senator was being inter- “CHILL-MILL"... 
viewed on College, Press Con- 2 wae alg wi 
ference and afterward was} on captures all 
asked by Ruth Hagy why he the horseredish’s 
hadn't admitted that he was strength . . . pute it 
| going to run for President when| ‘*° */* 
in his private conversation he It's hotter, whiter, 
seemed to be quite definite smoothe, thicker 
that he would run. 

Mrs. Kefauver, who cam- 
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@ sets 8140 “Btanway 4-sets 56.30 “Rochester” 4 sets 9950 “Goodes’ 2 sets 690 “Caroline” un- 2 sets 40:95 “Green Tul 8 sets 89.595 “Southwold” 1 
English _— flower ink underglaze print, Fruits,” well known Eng- 50-piece set ..««+-48 Lowestoft rose and | 7A, 
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pattern, piece set for 8 - for lish pattern, 60-pe. set 
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All patterns are underglaze for longer wear ... some hand- 
filled, and a few prints. Because quantities are limited, we 
do not have all patterns at all 8 stores. Many matching 
open stock pieces available at less than 1% price! 

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24 sete 69.10 “British 2 sets 49.95 “E S sete 6040 “Green 5 sets 40.95 “Green Can- 6 ects 7750 
Scenery” Devon print, 50-piece sets . Peony” 18th Centur terbury” 60-piece set floral spra 
hand engraving in brown, pattern. om coe 20. 19.99 piece set 
~ 34.99 24 setts 85 “Pink 
Peony” 42-pc. sets 24.99 


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79.99 Venetian 
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$39.99 


Hand-blown Venetian glass, prized by connoisseurs the 
world over, in exquisite lamps, beautifully crafted from 
the hand-sewn silk tissue shantung shades to the hand- 
made solid brass mountings. 


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