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S tark Report 
On School 
Crisis Faces 


Conference 


Brownell Cites 
Teacher, Pupil 
Problems on Eve 


Ike Backs 


: 


Should Avoid 
Foreign Policy 
As Election Issue 


By Douglas B. Cornell 
GETTYSBURG, Nov. 26 


Reds Confirm Testing 
New Hydrogen Bomb; 


Call It Biggest One Yet 


: 


Versions of Power 
Set by Khrushchey 


‘Spirit of Chieage’ Under Fire 


Of Sessions Here 
By Jeanne Rogers 


Staff Reporter 
The vanguard of 2000 
delegates to the upcoming 
White House Conference on 
Education yesterday had a 
startling new set of statistics 
to mull over, even before the 


Vary According 
To Who Translates 


By Henry Shapiro 


(?)}—President Eisenhower 
joined Democratic Sen. 
Walter George of Georgia to- 
day in urging the Nation to 


Gov. Williams Assails 


Adlai on ‘Moderation’ 


halt its 1956 campaign bat-| MOSCOW, Nov. 26 UP 
tling at the water’s edge. | DENVER, Colo., Nov. 26 —,son said, when asked for com: Russia announced today it 
In what amounted to a new/Governor G. Mennen Williams! ment, “the speech I made ex-/had set off “the most power- 
plea to keep foreign policy out|0f Michigan, frequently men-| 11,14. how I feel. It explains ful of all” hydrogen bomb 
of politics, the President in-\Uomed as a possible favorite 4 ‘ae Pet 
po , ison candidate for the Demo-|™y stand. _ explosions. 
Speaking before a Democratic; An official statement said the 


politically-explosive meeting 
gets under way Monday. 

U. 8. Education Commission- 
er Samuel E. Brownell reported 
that new statistics showed al- 
most 78,000 fulltime teachers 
in public elementary and high 
schools with “substandard cre- 
dentials.” 


Nationally, Brownell also dis 


with an estimated 30,600,000 pu-| 


pils—at least two million in ex- 
cess of “normal” capacity. 

In the face of widespread 
argument that the Government 
should emphasize direct Fed- 
eral aid to schools, Brownell’s 
report held that his office's 
“greatest service” could be in 
the field of “educational re- 
search.” 

Meanwhile, Rep. Edith Green 


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pants.” 

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It is the dramatic climax of 
roots” confer- 


They 
learned that right now America! 


is short 260 classrooms and 
141,300 qualified teachers. At 
same time, millions more 
youngsters will enter schools 
in the next decade. 
Something must be done, the 


It will belsion made-a “last-ditch” effort 


In 110 MPH 
Police Chase 


A Fort Meade soldier and his 
wife were rammed in their car 
last night on the Washington- 
Baltimore parkway by a fleeing 
automobile being chased by 
Park Police scout car at speeds 
up to 110 miles an hour. 

Both escaped serious injury. 
So did the driver of the speed- 


D.. C, Ownership 
Planned If Search 


Is Unsnecessful 


By Grace Bassett 
Gta Reporter 


| 


Robbery 


PUC Makes (2d Anto Hit Cafe Manager | 
Last Hunt for 


Transit Firm 


Held in Fake 


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Two Seized as 
Accomplices; Most 
Of Money Recovered 


dorsed the following statement | 
by the Chairman of the Senate 
Foreign Relations Committee: : 

“We must assure the world 
that we are capable of having a 
nonpartisan American foreign | 
policy and that regardless of | 
who wins or loses in 1956, our 
foreign program will go on sub-| 
stantially as is.” | 

Murray Snyder, assistant 
White House press secretary, 
told inquiring newsmen the 
Chief Executive had read and | 
approved George's statement, | 
which was made to the New| 
York Herald Tribune. 

Snyder was asked whether 
“the President feels that Adlai 
Stevenson had given support to 
this thesis of a bipartisan for- | 
eign policy.” Snyder said he 
hadn’t asked the President! 
about that. 

A reporter noted that Steven: | 
son, who opposed Mr. Eisen-| 
hower for the presidency in 
1952 and wants to run again, 
had said recently that Ameri- 
can foreign policy is worse off 
mn at-any time since the) 
Korean War. AERP tee 

“I might add,” Snyder said 
“that the President has sought 
to conduct the Nation's foreign 


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appreciation for the statesman- 
cooperation given the ad- 
ministration by Sen. George in 
foreign affairs.” 

The press assistant remarked 
that “certainly” his words were 
spoken with Mr. Eisenhower's 
advance knowledge. 

There appeared smal] chance, 
however, that foreign policy ac- 
tually will be kept out of the 
campaign. Former President| 
Harry said at Seattle | 
only today that the Republicans 
“put foreign policy into the po- 
litical arena after Mr. Roose- 


(Picture on Page A-3.) 
Three men were arrested 


ing car. 


The Public Utilities Commis- ts. R. R.Krerzayo and'T. S. 


yesterday and charged with 
staging a fake $2300 robbe 


velt and I had kept it out for, 


‘years. Now the Democrats are|favor hard-headed loans, not 


in a position to make the most 


: with dem 


cratic presidential nomination, | : 
today attacked Adlai Steven-|rally in Chicago last Saturday|H-blast was. one of a series of 


son's recent statement that this Dight, Stevenson, who earlier) recent explosions of “new types 
“is a time for moderation.” | ad made his formal announce-\of atomic and thermo-nuclear 
Williams did not mention|ment of his candidacy for the) (hydrogen) weapons.” 
Stevenson by name, but re-| Democratic presidential nomin-| [t said the H-bomb was ex- 
ferred to him indirectly as he |4tion, said “moderation is the/ploded at a “great height” in 
lashed “the spirit of Chicago.”|Spirit of ‘he times. woe pet tad to prevent the conse- 
The Michigan Governor’s at-|$0n said moderation must not) quences of atomic fallout. 
tack on Stevenson’s views was |e confused with stagnation and; (The announcement confirmed 
contained in a speech prepared |he listed a number of fields in|the disclosure by the United 
for delivery to the Colorado| Which he said the Government 
Young Democrats tonight. needs to make progress. 
Williams thus joined New| Marriman told a news con-| ‘Millions’ Estimate 
York's Gov. Averell Harriman} ference the next day “there is, 
in rapping Stevenson's plea for, "0 such word as ‘moderate’ in| 
a “moderate” approach to na- the Democratic Party. ) 
tional issues. ) W rage in his Denver text, | Atomic experts in Wash- 
At Kingsland, Ga., where he *4?+ Democrats would be! fiteton were inclined yester- 
is on a brief vacation, Steven-| See DEMOCRATS, P. A-2,Col.3| day to accept Russian corre- 
spondents’ correction of the 
official interpreter and put 
Communist Party Secretary 
Khrushchev’s estimate of the 
new Red superbomb’s power 
in the “millions of tons” of 
TNT, Story on Page A’. 


Is Accepted Here 


“crash” program of foreign 
to blunt.Soviet efforts in Asia 
and the Middle East. 

A top-level review of this 
country’s foreign economic pol- 
icy is now going on within the 
Administration itself. 

On one side of the review is 


Cash or Technology 
Leaders Divided on Kind 
ers vided on ni ) 
. . . States Atomic Energy Commis- 
Of dt i , M ddl K t sion last Wednesday that the 
~ lve | e as Russians had exploded their 
largest nuclear weapon so far.) 
By Peter Lisagor “Most Powerful So Far” 
Chicago Daily News Foreign Service “The last explosion of the hy- 
The Eisenhower Administra-jcapacity to divert large|drogen bombs was the most 
tion, Congress and the Ameri-| amounts of material goods from | Powerful of all explosions car- 
oe — s apauiat| it own dcenomy. ried out no tar,’ the announce- 
wed ie tr hein Ohad tentative | men issued by the Soviet Tass 
| héews agency declared. 
discussions of the American 
(Spealting in Bangalore, In- 
| course in the next fiscal year 
have been held in the » Russian Communist Party 
‘Department between Jehn Hol peo ay oie page said 
ilister, Stassen's foreign aid suc-| designed to produce pc 
|cessor, and Undersecretary of | mum ex Nd : e aaah 
State Herbert Hoover Jr., both! um of seme trlieertine laren 
pe , of whom belong more in the: tat 
sal number of ecals whe |tumphrey then in the Stassen| yh seein ated eee 
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move ,poldly and, dramatically |“*But no programs of any site|" gitqit7rSyine, ame (ha 
being made by the Russians in| have been put on paper for/or TNT. but Russian newsmen 
the socalled “uncommitted”|°o"Sideration by the National/ ssid he used the indefinite 
areas of the world Security Council and President pjural “millions of tons.” 
These men feel that Ne apne SEC gr eagle Agy A e to)" (“This week's anndunecement 
-_ by AEC Di ‘is § 
can resources and technology,| Hollister has disclosed that y AEC Director Lewis S™ 


broadly applied, would easily | were: |said the Russian explosion + 
win any race with Moscow to /%¢ go ge next year's aid budg-|«i, the range of megatons.” 
win friends in those regions. (| ¢ well on its vey ree 4'A megaton equals one million 
On the other side are power-|""@! shapeup, will be about tons of TNT in explosive pow- 
ful figures who believe in strict |‘ same as this year's—a total 
limits to American aid. They |°! $2-7 billion, with $1.7 billion 

going for economic aid. 

) If a larger program is de- 
a balanced |Cided upon, it will have to be 


| (The official So.et announce- 
ment failed to specify whether 
its reference to Most power- 


outright grants. 
ful” applied only t tests car- 


people concluded. 

up to their conference spokes-|to find private capital to take | They argue that 
men this week to discuss spe-|over metropolitan area transit 
cifie remedies for these prob-| yesterday. 

lems, including the contro-| Regulators sent five identical 


versial subject of Federal aidjletters to applicants for the 


of it and I am sure they will. 
‘The present Administration’s| budget in the 
mistakes must be made an issue | as important in the long 
of the next campaign.” a dam in Egypt that will 

In Washington, Sen. John J.|20 years to start producing a 
Sparkman (D-Ala.), said today|return. 


Peel chased the car from 
Greenbelt along the parkway 
to a mile north of Laurel. The 
- the hs driven by Jose 

Zelaya, 27, listed at 9 3d st) erintton?? 
ne., was doing about 90 miles’ Held as the “victim” of the 


United States is: deme outside present budget ried out within Rum: 

run as considerations. And that prob-';, pen seer Vines boon 

ll take |@5ly means scrapping all hopes ..-rieg out in the United 
of a balanced budget—unless, States 

of course, increased revenues! ne . 

e greater than anticipated. | (The United § 


of a Hot Shoppe at 4th st. and 
Florida ave. ne. after the night 
‘manager told police his story 
‘lof.the holdup was a hoax. 

4g bomb ex. 


to education. 

Of the more than 2000 per- 
sons expected to attend the! 
conclave here, 1400 were se-'| 
lected by the states and terri-| 
tories in accordance with a' 
population quota. Nationa] or-} 
ganizations with interest in 
education have 300 representa- 
tives and an additional 300 per- 
sons will represent Congress, 
Governors and chief state 
school officers. There will be 
observers from foreign coun- 


The national program was 
arranged the President's 34- 
man erence committee, 


See EDUCATE, Page Al5, Col. 2 


transit franchise. 

Prospective bus operators 
were warned this was their last 
chance to prove they were 
financially able to take over) 
service next August. Congress’ 
ordered Capital Transit Co. to 
turn in its franchise Aug. 14. 

If replies fail,to turn up an’ 
acceptable proposal, the PUC)} 
will start serious planning for | 
government ownership of the 
transit system, George E. C.) 
Hayes, Commission chairman, | 
said. 3 

Hayes described the letters as | 
last<litch efforts to convince 
private enterprise to step into 
the breach” threatened when 
CTC pulls up stakes. 

Deficiencies still exist in each 
application, Hayes said. 


| 200-foot stretch before coming 


But the PUC “is desirous’ 


See PUC, Page Al5, Col. 2| 


, alleged holdup was the night 
oe a Picneath meats manager, Pédro Manrique Cor- 
by Mr, and Mrs. Charles Mur-|; 0 29, of 7004 22d aye., 
phy, both 23. ‘Lewisdale, Md., found tied to 

Murphy’s car skidded and ® chair in the restaurant about 
rolled over five times within a\* #- ™- by police after he had 
summoned aid by spinning his 

to rest upright. Murphy and his Office telephone dial with bis 


wife were knocked into the) "05¢- 
rear seat. | Picked up after they were 


They were taken to Fort implicated by Cordero were 
Meade Hospital where they| William J. Mahathey, 23, of the 
were held for observation with)/Dunbar Hotel, 15th and U 
possible back injuries. ists. nmw., and Alan Vincent 

Zelaya, who was driving a Burke, 28, of 3607 Perry st., 
1950 Ford, was uninjured. | Mt. Rainier, Md. 

U. S. Commissioner Samuel! Deputy Police Chief Edgar E. 
Meloy was called at Upper | Scott, chief of detectives, said 
Mariboro. He held a hearing|that Cordero, father of two 
shortly after the crash and or-|small children, was charged 
dered Zelaya to pay a $150 fine | With grand larceny and making 
or serve 30 days in jail. Zelaya,|@ false report. 

a warehouseman, said he could; Mahathey, also the father of 
not raise the money. See BREAK, Page A-3, Col, 5 


Last Hurdle in Slum Clearance 


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foreign policy is bound to be-| Secretary of the Treasury |*" . 
me. Ag @ but he hopesiGeorge M. Humphrey is gen-| In an election year the drive 
Democrats will keep debate on/erally credited as the most in-|'0 cut taxes will be strong 
a “constructive” plane. fluential of this latter group. |#™oné both Republicans and 

Sparkman, the 1952 Demo-|, But Humphrey is known to|?®mocrats. 
cratie vice presidential nomi-|be more flexible than the above|, Ad this. too will be a factor) 
nee, said he doesn’t believe the | description indicates. in these aid deliberations. As) 
Democrats will stoop to “per-| And some of the men in the se has so graphically put 
sonalities” as he said the Re-jfirst group are far less starry-|**’,, i | 
publicans had in attacks on/eyed “shout the virtue of un-| “/f we're going to have to, 
former Secretary of State Dean |limited aid than they are made |C°™Pete with the Russians, 
Acheson three years ago. | we're going to have to compete 

“We are not going to accuse But Congress is going to have 
the Republicans of playing foot- ito decide it. 
sie with the Communists as 
they accused us in 1952 and 
1954," Sparkman declared. 

Aside from the little flurry 
on politics and foreign policy, 
this was a day of little activity 
around the Gettysburg White 
House. ’ 

In the quiet of his study at 
his country mansion, the Presi- 
dent dictated and signed some 
letters. He wandered around 
the farm a bit and got in some 
practice with a putter on the 
golf green behind the house. 

And for the man who used to 


out to be. 

In fact, men in both camps 
doubt that Asia and the Middle 
East can physically absorb any- 


thing like the Marshall Pian, | ~ 
whteh bailed out Western Japanese Object 


Europe from 1947 on. | J 
4/To Rocket Bases 


Such advocates of continye 
Reuters 


aid as Harold E. Stassen hav 
made this point repeatedly.. 
They abhor the words “Mar-| TOKYO, Nov. 26—Mass dem- 
shall Plan” when speaking of/|onstrations and fresh protests 
Asia. from labor union leaders swept 

There are men in both camps,|Japan today following a 
too, who recognize the need for|United States Far East Com-' 
a sustained, long-term program mand statement that American 
of aid but are extremely skep- | troops and “Honest John” rock. 
tical of the emergency need et launchers are based in this 
for it. country only to help Japan de- 


ploded at Eniw 
has been repo 
equaled from 12 
tons of INT.) 


West Criticized 


The official S« 
ment said the 
tests were carrie: 
aim of bolsterins 
tional security. 
the Western powers for turn 
ing down Mos disarmé- 
ment proposals at the Geneva 
Big Four parley. 

The announcement said 

“In accordance with ng of 
scientific researc) and exper- 
imental work jin the field of 
atomic energy the §6 Soviet 
Union recently carried out tests 
of new types of - atomic 
and thermonuc |: hydrogen 
weapons. 

“The tests f 
the pertinent s: 
nical research 
important achievements of So- 
viet scientists an’ engineers. 

“The last explosion of the 


* last year 
1 to have 
20 million 


announce- 
it nuclear 
t with the 
issian “na- 
criticiged 


confirmed 
tifie tech- 
h showed 


most 


These officials have been in-|fend herself. 
trigued by Moscow's big talk,| Sohyo, Japan's biggest trade 
but as yet have detected no evi- union federation with 3 million 


hydrogen bomb w*s the 
| powerful of all explosions car 
Tied out so far.) order to pre- 


play for West Point 40 years 
ago, there was time to look in 
n the Army-Navy football 


Site for Smithsonian Air Museum 


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To Be Considered Monday by NCPC 


(Map on Page A-8.) 
By Robert C. Albrook 
Giefl Reporter 
A site for Smithsonian In- 
stitution’s gigantic proposed) 


violate. | _ {slum clearance project can be 
A third possibility, utilizing|approved and turned over to 
part of the latter site and leav-\the Redevelopment Land 
ing Maryland ave. open, may be Agency for execution. 
considered. _A chief difficulty in finding a 
The question will come before site for the big hangar-like 


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air museum will be considered | | 
Monday by a committee of the the Planning Commission com- 
National Capital Planning Com-|mittee headed by Conrad L. 
mission in an effort to resolve | Wirth, Director of the National 
what NCPC Chairman Harland Park Service, and including En- 
Bartholomew has called the last gineer Commissioner Thomas 
big planning problem delaying| A. Lane, H. J. Spellman of the 
ec paren Washington rede-|Bureau of Public Roads and 


opment. 

The. site Smithsonian's re- 
gents prefer would block the 
pro “South Mall” on 10th 
st. and be “fatal” to the South- 
west rebuilding scheme pro- 

by William Zeckendorf, 
ew York real estate developer 
he has said. 

A site the Smithsonian has 
indicated it would consider as 
an alternative, however, would| museum planning 

Maryland ave. sw., a fea- 
ture of the “L’Enfant 
Plan” for W w 


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NCPC experts are reluctant to 


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building in which Smithsonian 
wants to display its enormous 
collection of historic and mod 
ern. aircraft is its size. It would 
require more space than 
National Gallery of Art, as now 
d, would overpower 

ally, whatever is 


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ar 
hear it. 


the|Gettysburg Presbyterian 


ame via television after send- 
ing telegrams—contents undis-| 
closed—to the opposing coaches. 

One reason for the quiet was 
that three lively grandchildren 
and their daddy and mother, 
Maj. and Mrs. John Eisenhower, 
returned ahead of schedule late 
yesterday to Fort Belvoir, Va. 
They came up for Thanksgiv- 
ing and had planned originally 
to remain until Sunday. 

The Eisenhowers are passing 
up services Sunday at the 


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: 
: 


Church. Snyder said “there was 
a little service” yesterday in 
the living room after they en- 
tertained their two ministers 
and their wives at lunch. Dr. 
Edward L. R. Elson, pastor of 
National Presbyterian Sg 


selections 
the Bible and the poem, “Bless 
This House.” , The . Clyde 
Raynor Brown is pastor of the 
Presbyterian Church here. 


| Index, Page2 |/™*, 


1. 


dence that Russia will move in 
with resources and manpower. 
In- fact, some doubt Moscow's 


members, protested against vent conseque! of radio- 
use of the rocket, which it! active fallout. the «xplosion was 
claims is an atomic weapon.| made at a great 4 


A Big Day in Sports 


Army Upsets Navy, 14-6, in Classic: 


Army, relying on a devastat- 
ingsrushing attack, stunned 
Navy, 14-6, in the annual serv- 
ice classic yesterday at Phila- 


to score 21 points in the fourth! 
quarter and hand Notre Dame 
its second loss of the season, 


S. Californians Defeat Notre Danie 


20-13, for the §outhwestern 
Conference title 

Auburn rolled wer Alabama, 
26-0, and probbly won its 


42-20, in a major upset. 
Georgia Tech defeated tradi- 
tional rival Georgia, 213, and 
earned the ~~ Rav o§ ge 
ment against Pitts t was 
Georgia Tech's afth Bowl bid 
in five years. 
Mississippi won the South- 
eastern Conference crown and 
a berth in the Cotton Bowl 
beating State, , 
Host im the Bow! will 
be TCU whieh defeated SMU, 


Ut 


third successiy:' bid to the 
"Gator Bowl. Oj’ahoma, which 
goes to the Orange Bow! 
against Maryland, extended 
the Nation's Ipagést winning 

shing Okla- 


delphia before 102,000 and a 
Nation-wide television au di- 


ence. 
Fullback Pat Uebel and 


able’s Sailor 
Pimlico Spe- 
ths over Mis 
Outeast, the 
third 


Navy. The eat shattered 
Navy's hopes for a Cotton Bow! 


In. Los Ageles Southern 
California turned on the steam 


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se va ee ee DEMOCRATS—Fr. P. 1 
Sunday, November 27, 1955 ag 


ia Table of Contents | 


— F—For and About 


omen 
Society, fashion and clubs, 
stamp news, education di- 
rectory 
Section G—Real Estate 
News of realty develop- 
ments and general features. 
Section H—Show 
Drama, music and 
ment features. 
Section ]—TV-Radio Week 
News of television and ra- 
dio, comment and logs. 
Section K—Specia. Hecht Co. 
Gift Section 
ial Christmas | 


Section L—S 

Book Section, Travel News | none 
arade M i 

Editorials, area and world | American Weekly i 
affairs, book reviews, art. |\Twoe Big Comic Sections 1 


Features 


J. A-Livingston ... 


Section A—Main News 
World-wide and area news, 
weather, obituaries. 

Section B—City Life 
Area news, garden news. 

Section C—Sports News and 

Finance 
Sports results, general news, 
news of business and fi- 
nance, stock market, cross- 
word puzzle. 

Section D—Classified 
Classified ad bargains, area 
news. 

Section E—Outlook 


“guilty of 


1956 presidential campaign to 


amuse- 


laration of Independence, Wil-| ’ 
liams said: 


I do of the patriotism, as 
well as the abilities of the very’ 
worthy gentleman and great! 
Democrat who urged a course 
of 
dressed the Nation on tele-| 
Sec. Pa. ) Vision from Chicago last week- 
9 | end. 


: 


Williams Raps 
Adlai’s Stand 


the most craven|to a greater and still greater 
cowardice” if they allowed the! tomorrow. 


“degenerate into a spineless\ from, our side counsels for a 
and self-defeating formality.” | pause for breath-taking and 

Referring to Patrick Henry's moderation—counsels which I 
challenging of the moderates fnd difficult to believe can be 
before the signing of the Dec-| seriously considered as Demo- 
cratic Party policy.” 


“No man thinks more highly| Disappointed in Stand 
must say that I was acutely dis- 
appointed by the spirit of Chi- 


ca 
moderation when he ad-! ‘with present problems . 


| sick by those in my own party 


“It is upsetting now to hear 


“In candor,” he added, “I 


go, the spirit of re 


He said “I am mate. boart- 


sliced in two in the collision 


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Channel fog off Cap Blanc- 
Nez. The trawler Colbert was. 


with the vessel Fisher Bank‘ 
and sank within minutes. The 
Fisher Bank was only slightly 
damaged. 


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LOS ANGELES, Nov. 26 #— nomination as Atomic Energy' 
jeld to the coffee break.” 
necessities of; Williams said “at this mo- ‘Demoeratic National Commit-/Commissioner. 
yesterday and ment I am not sure who stands ‘©¢ Chairman Paul M. Butler Specifically, Butler lauded 
hence never|where in the fight for social'claims that the Republicans newton Bartlett of the Chat- 
progress but al-|justice and human betterment. | have developed any ay. and W. H. Law- 
ways and inex-|I know not what course others) 14 t in. th of the New York Times 
orably slideimay take. But as for me, I) itt eid Met e 5 pee case; Alvin > 
back, are tra-|would rather be hanged for a ‘timate meer Rober City» Star 
ditionally ‘onjrebel in the ranks of those! ey 4 Mollen of Desh and Clark 
Williams the other side, fighting for a fuller life for all| soci ad Seiet thee and eamuian oe eae 
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“Democrats, traditionally and,|commission in the army of Gen 
God willing, forever, in spite eral Apathy and General Des- Red Ring Broken Up 
MANILA, Nov. 26 (INS)—The 


of all odds, push doggedly | pair.’ 
ahead on the broad high road! Williams said the Democratic | 

Philippine army reported today 
that it has broken up a new 


| program in 1956 “must be to 
Communist ring known as the 


ithe third quarter of our cen- ; 
tury what Woodrow Wilson’ a Butler University of 
Philippine Overseas Chinese 
Communist Party. Three wom- 


Southern Call- 
was to the first quarter and 
what Franklin D. Roosevelt's fornia last night, Butler sald 
and Harry S. Traman’s was to, ‘4t “an interagency a 
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were arrested in Cebu City. 
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City officials making election plans 
Pageant of Peace plans completed 

City to note safe driving day Friday 
Area has record school enrollment . 
Fairfax County studies sewage plant bids 
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Summit cre cel to become “a great Comeneniist 
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victory.” 

The Loose Tongue—Khrushchev’s propaganda cam- 
paign in India. 

Honorable Discharge—The Army should not induct 
men who plead the Fifth Amendment on their 
security questionnaires and then give them dis- 
honorable discharges. 

the Farm Plight—The current need is for 
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isanship or basic changes in the law. 
ssing up the Keys—A journalistic lament over 
the Government's experiment with a new type- 
writer keyboard. 

Business and Finance 

Builder Aubinoe helped give D. C. new look 

Investment Bankers gece car meets today 

Income increase here below U. 5S. average 
Defeat of natural gas bill held possible 
Stocks chalk up another advance .. 

Production gain gives boom an added push 


General 
Even the milkman is,called “doctor” 
NAACP officer shot in Mississippi 
Virginia integration vote weeks off . 
Helicopter rescues 21 aboard grounded ship 


National News 
“Megaton-plus” 
Mitchell in race 
John L. Lewis to 
Hocker to quit u: 
McCormack anc 
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Sunday Radio Log meg 5 
Tee Vee People . 3 . . 8 
Mary Van R. Thayer 7 W ~ ~ 
This Morning Iisconsin s 
Town Topics 
the second.” of secrecy and coverup 
TV Logs | momatelcting “They were not timid hen. ‘rected out of the White — 
TV Movies jhe said. “They were not tinea) itselt aimnost suouseded oh Beep: 
|ing the facts on the Dixon-Yates 
TV Sports J ill Vetoed eee thee bette ieee. *2| and Hells Canyon deals from 
Dr. T.R. Van Dellen. G pe vg? breaths. In the face 
: | of great disaster or great op-| For Every Need 
Voice of Broadway. J . MADISON, Wis.. Nov. Butler indicated his charges ob 
y ewrence Laurent | Weather Table A 16 |Wisconsin’s Gov. Walter J |™moderation.” of secrecy may become one of As Low As $25 MON, HOURS-NOV. 28th-—3 ‘til 9 
Elinor Lee bee Weddings . +» F 4,10 |xoner broke sharply today K Yi the _o ge but in . 1-Day Installation : 
io efau press conference in Beverly 
Letters to Editor Walter Winchell H z) with hls Republican Party or- fauver Discusées ST. 3-6100 A welcome gift for Christmas . is 
News Summary and Fade ganization vy vetoing 2 Gop. Plans in Wisconsin farm issue “could well be the dou O.Wnere | 
bil raps 
Sec. Pe. | | Sponsored bill that would have MILWAUKEE, Wis. Nov. 26 '* 4 weg ord = = rin Seeie Air Conditioning Headqu Quilted Cotton Duster 
ay again agricultu es 
1 | the two Milw aukee County con-|(p rein tee oe Ketauver of the Eisenhower Administra. pel anes ae ta Flowered and geometric 
1 | gressiona istricts. | ion. — : : 
1 | The Governor said that the! eetige Rianne , Solagaton poe | designs against a black 
2 | bill, “while providing some mi-|195¢ presidential rate. ‘information “blackout” has 
|been a eag' pee vm fang weighing only an ounce teal or red piping and but 
Association of Newspaper Pu “ 
Hot Sho manager held in fake holdup 1 |ignores a larger and more ur- lishe 
eae Sahieed of Ghlaann covinan 16 |gent problem—the disparity of| dicated fiey still carried| shers, the American Society SO TINY tons.’ Washable. 
| ns Delta Chi (journalism frater-|[f Men wear it as tie ¢ 
Thousands begin Yule rush early .. ; 16 | tween the Fourth and Fifth dis- i aa oa gy 2. Yr nity), and the Associated Press wear it tn ee me naby wee with no no cord Si e 38 52 
Bladensburg man held on kidnap charges 3 .|tricts and the other congres-| | .Hential fominat ? he! Managing Editors Association.’ ae — “ 
Arlington board mentees Langley CIA site ..... 20 sional districts of the State.” ‘chooses . omination i He cited the work of “vigi-| 
Sec. E Ps. 4 |. Democrats had been set to “l work i ry h dik lant journalists”—some “repre- 
blast both the Governor and h h dhedicr op an i now | sentin im rtant R bli 95 
the GOP for the measure which|2°¥ ‘he people feel,” State} : os ~ green oy 
mander bill to insure Repub-|Cnh ssn, the | word “peo- Fore Secretary Harold Talbot . 
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Kohler recently said that he 716 lith St. N.W. 
These include running for a 9 | RE 7.9792 
fourth term, opposing Sen. ROOFING GAS ’ | 7-873 
Alexander Wiley (R-Wis.) for ° 4 DIDN T , 
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LONDON, Nov. 26 (INS) 
'Arab diplomatic circles in Lon- 
don disclosed tonight that So- 
viet Premier Nikolai Bulganin 
and Communist Party Chief 
Nikita Khrushchey may visit 
Cairo next spring following 
their visit to London. 


estimate of bomb accepted here .... . ) 

for lllinois governor .. / 11 | 
testify on welfare fund 10 
it in rights inquiry . 

Pentagon row over defense buying 

illed “celestial boondoggle” 

“Acreage reserve” farm plan stldied 

Gov. Williams assails Adlai’s “Moderation” plea ... 

Eisenhower indorses Sen. George’s campaign stand 
Administration leaders divided on Asian aid 

Truman criticizes GOP foreign policy 

Fewer servicemen going “over the hill” 

Benson reported planning “acreage reserve” program 

Reed concedes 1956 tax eut, opposes it 

Democrats accused of stalling Ike’s program .... 

McCarthy P. O. choice “surprises” hometown GOP 

Retired brass in civil jobs bothers Congress .. 

John grabs the throttle again 

Consul accused of m in U. & polities ..... « 

Butler charges GOP pr eal agency information A 

Kohler vetoes Reuss seat ‘cational A 


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Virginia Affairs . E the people.” 
26 portunity they did not counsel! 

Hills he emphasized that the 

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Butler said the governmental Nowa HEARING AID Kereian contrasting 
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Georgetown protests “splitting” by D. C. 12 |population which exists be-|Set@uvers banner. They said nd " 
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Obituaries eeees 
Rep Vera Buchanan is dead . ‘e 
Capt. Smith, Navy medical officer, dies 

Real Estate ee wee Cees ; 
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Housing credit under scrutiny 
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2 knocks Navy out of Bow! trip, i4-6 sceis ig ied Bak Cc 
Notre Dame walloped by USC, 42-20 

Mississippi beats State, goes to Cotton Bowl 

TCU squeaks by SMU, 20-13 

Georgia Tech whips Georgia, lands Sugar Bowl 
Oklahoma wins 29th in row, routs A&M, 53-0 

Sailor takes Pimlico Special, Mister Gus second .... 
Tennessee upsets Vanderbilt, 20-14 

Vv ia loses final to South Carolina, 21-14 

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THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERALD . : 
eoee Sunday, November 27, 1955 ABs 


Cafe Manager and Two Others 
Accused of $2300 Robbery Hoax 


BREAK—From Page I | 


two children, and Burke, father | © 


of four, 


tion lockup on charges of kid-| United States narcotic agents, | 
naping, assault and battery, as- : 

sault with a dangerous weapon, 
and carrying a concealed weap- 


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illegal marcotics destined for 
on. the United States. 

Bernard Lamar Goodman,’ Charles Siragusa, U. S. Bu-| 
4107 Sist st., faces a prelimi- 
nary hearing in Hyattsville Po- 
lice Court at 9:30 a. m. Dec. 1. 

Capt. Charles N. Thomsen, 


visor for Europe and the Mid- 
dle East, said “This is the big-| 


have seized more than a ton of | 


reau of Narcotics district super-| 


grand larceny, Scott reported. | 
Scott said that Cordero broke | 


were charged with; 


down after four hours of ques-| ~ 


tioning at police headquarters | 
about the robbery, in which) 
$1927.71 in cash and approxi-| 
mately $400 in checks were) 
taken from the Hot Shoppe’ 


head of Prince Georges County 


gest seizure with which we have | 


Where? How? 
Eva Peron’s 


Burial Poses | 
A Problem po 


vous and agitated each time be 
was asked to repeat it. 

Scott said that Cordero read- 
ily showed police how he had 
dialed his telephone with his _. ¥. Daly News Guvies 
nose after lifting the receiver. BUENOS AIRES, Nov. 26 
off the hook by seizing the cord The government today found 
with his teeth. Eva Peron just as hota prob- 

During the questioning, sev-|!em in death as she was while 
eral detectives attempted the |@live. | ; 
stunt but failed. However, Scott! Provisional President Pedro 
showed it could be done by do- Aramburu sought without suc- 
ing it himself. cess a means of giving the 

Scott said that Cordero, who body of the former First Lady 
had been night mariager at the 4 decent burial without glorify- 


Hot Shoppe branch for eight /"¢ her memory or that of Juan 
months, told this story: Peron, her exiled widower, 
Cordero stepped outside be-. One faction urged Aram. 
fore closing about 3:45 a.m. to DUTu to have her embalmed 
see that the parking lot had body cremated. -But this was 
been cleared of trash. ruled out because it is counter 
A “gunman” about 28. wear-/'9 Roman Catholic doctrine, 
ing an Army jacket stuck : The Navy vetoed a suggestion 
pistol in Cordero’s back, or- that she be quietly buried ot 
dered him back into the res. ~ Martin Garcia Island Naval 
: + ase. 
taurant and said, “If you do, Aramburu’s advisers said 4¢ 


ney tg re told, you won't get) ould be political suicide to 


The gunman ordered Cordero trl By, = 
to open the office safe, which pyri] in Buenos Aires Ceme- 
he did as a second “bandit, tery, where her tomb could 
about 17 entered with some perpetually fan the fanaticism 
clothesline. of her followers. 

The “bandits” fled after tying; After the body was dis 


safe. 

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detectives, said Goodman forced/ever been connected in Eu-| Scott added that $866 was| 
Mrs, Lillian Marie Buhl, 41, of! rope.” |recovered under the rear seat} 


, of Cordero’s automobile near 
ca is ae aa a hednane tae Siragusa said agents. seized| police headquarters. Another 


Friday night while her fright-.210 pounds of morphine, 1936) 9690 was found in Mahathey’s 


ened 3-year-old son, Charles,!pounds of opium and a com-|2°te! room about 3:30 p. m.,, 


Scott said 
huddled in the rear seat. lete illegal laboratory for con-| sol 
Thomsen said Goodman got|. , Police said they found $90 


: rersi f opium into mor- in the trunk of Burke's car and 
into Mrs. Buhl’s car in front of vetmen © 
the Giant Food Store on Pt phine. $10 in his pockets when be 


Cordero told police he agreed 
to stage the fake robbery be- 
cause he “felt sorry” for his| 


Staff Phote 


PEDRQ M. CORDERO 
.«. a nose for trouble 


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olis ave. in Bladensburg. He| He said that had the drugs| ‘°° arrested at his home about | 
foreed her at gone through the final conver-|° 
gunpoint to sion, they would have produced | 
drive him to a 564 pounds of heroin, worth at 
ag oe he SA ma So on the Wegal! aid friend, Mahathey, who had_ 
rd. near Ed- Eight persons were arrested, “fered financial difficulties as, 
monston rd. one of whom later committed # Tesult of an auto wreck, Scott) | 
where he made suicide, Siragusa said. reported. | tied him up while Burke waited 
improper ad- Mahathey, a door-to-door iihedin th a ae | Cord h . 
vances to her, , seleines, Sd Darke, a Wash i at le er A ae IG bene hn jee eh ob anee. | reee ia an elaborate cotta 
. ‘ington Suburban Sanitary Com- 5 arm: a writ ‘in eadquarters o 
wae detective Child Found Safe maleston smaplaye, | are former were bound so tightly to the Sachs tie tone tooo, bee haw choos ee ———s pe rearepee 
Mrs. Buhl After Lon Hunt | said OPPS SmbIoves, police chair that his hands were turn-| off and walk to a telephe 6 Bee leeete cena ot te ae’ eet 
d said, we ; phone for|made to Ship it to her mother 
SATA, bb Th 5 | Cordero, reported by Hot|’”* blue when police responded his nose-dialing call. and sisters. But they are now 
idl Gad when che ‘did aa toa DUBLIN, Ga. Nov. 26 (| Shoppe officials to earn $6500 ‘2 the telephone call in which irefugees in Ecuador, and want 
fired his .38 caliber automatic |One hundred white and Negro|4 year, told police his story |Cordero dialed the operator on Hussein Goes Home no part of the macabre offer. 
inte the ground te show heleitisens engaged in an all-night! ¥5 a fake after he drove to/his office phone, Scott said. Reuters | The rest solution appeared 
meant business. Three-year-old search and found a 2%s-vear-old pose neasauarters at 9 a. m.| Scott said that Cordero’s) AMMAN, Jordan, Nov. 26)t0 be to ship the coffin to 
Charles began crying and the|. ; y jyesterday to discuss the “hold-/|story of the alleged holdup wasiKing Hussein returned today Peron. If the Government can 
gunman ordered Mrs. Buhl to | Nese boy who had been lost/up. |broken after Detective Sgts.|after a one-week visit to Leba-|be sure he will stay put long 
drive on. ‘in the woods for 18 hours. | Cordero, who first said he|Robert V. Gary, Charles Knight/non at the invitation of Leba-|enough to accept delivery, this 
The car was spotted mensenta! The child, Melvin Reed, son| “#* bound up by two Negrojand Robert S. Eichelberger no-\nese President Camille Cha-/may be done. He was last 
later by Police Pvt. Williamlof Otis Reed, had been left|°*"4its, told police Mahathey/ticed that he became more ner-' moun. ‘reported in Panama. 
Baxter who arrested the gun-|asleep in a car while his moth-|~@ 
man. Mrs. Buhl’s husband,'er and father worked in woods| 
John M. Buhl, had seen it leave|tapping pine trees for turpen-| 
the food store and notified po-itine. They gave an alarm yes-| 
lice. iterday afternoon and National| 
‘Guardsmen were called on to! 
‘aid in a search. ) 


Jet Wreckage Yields | The boy was found about 9 
No Trace of Pilot a. m., today 1% miles from the) 


car. He was suffering from) 
MONTGOMERY, Ala. Novi but was otherwise eanest, | 
26 ” — Searching parties lo-' 


cated a wreckage presumed to (CJ | : iil 
be thet Of 5 means Pas menos Admits Slaying 


ing Star jet in a heavily-wooded| After.Auto Mishap éé 17 
area about 10 miles south of| ZA 
Wadley, Ala., tonight. | LOUISVILLE, Ky., Nov. 26 # ; alt al ald eee Wea ah 


An unopened parachute was|A murder charge has been 
found at the site of the wreck.|filed against Jesse Lee Hayes, 
There was no trace of the|23. Ft. Knox soldier accused of 
pilot, Maj. Leroy F. Glass of|shooting the owner of a parked 
|Hensley AFB. automobile which was struck 
by Hayes’ car. 

Detectives said Hayes, a 
specialist third class from Or- 
lando, Fla., admitted he shot’! 
who hag resigned as a member|Elton. M. Maupin Thursday 
‘lof the Subversive Activities|night. Hayes told police the 
Control Board, was inadvertent-|two argued after the accident 
ly identified as that of Hugh W.|end Maupin struck him,with a 
‘Cross in some editions of The/|flashlight, knocking him dawn. 
Washington Post and Times|Hayes got up, pulled a pistol’ 
\Herald yesterday. The error is to hit, Maupin and the gun 
| regretted. accideMally discharged. 


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Raleigh selected for the Christmas male: 


Phote by Tyler Nourse 


Wayne Dodson, 15, of Bethesda, is treated by members of 
the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Rescue Squad after falling off 
a truck loaded with hay on Old Georgetown rd. yesterday. 


for luxurious warmth 


Correction 
A photo of D. J. Coddaire. 


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Truck Driver Killed 
In Crash Near Alexandria 


One person was killed and,10 feet to the street when sev- 
another injured in a truck-car | rea of hay became dis- 
a ' tae | 10 , 
collision last night 6 miles; The driver of the truck, Jack | 
south of Alexandria. P. Barker, 44, of Bells Mill 
Luther Carroll, 67, of Route rd., Potomac, was charged with 
1, Alexandria. died of a frac- failing to secure the load. 
tured skull shortly after being 


Amitted Al iin | tine 17 More Deaths 
oa 4g eT Traffic deaths in the District 


, area are running 17 ahead of 
Trooper J. L. Slater said a 


the area total for the same 
truck driven by Carroll was) period last year, although Alex- 
making a right turn when it andria, Arlington and Prince 
collided with a car driven by 


Georges County have reduced 
their traffic toll and no fatali- 

Alice L. Harris, 32, of Fort Bel- 

voir. 


ties have occurred in Falls 
‘Church. The area toll is 175 
Raymond Pearl, 46, Route 5, 4s compared with 158 as of 
Alexandria, a passenger in the Nov. 26, 1954. 
truck, was treated at Alexan- 
dria Hospital for lacerations of 
chin and lower lip..Mrs. Harris 
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and the truck jumped a curb 158 174 
and smashed into a house. ) 

The dead man was identified| 
as Levan Hooker, 28, of Balti- 
more. 

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section of Fayette and Wash- 
ington sts. to avoid a car driv- 
en by James Edward Reed, 36,; 
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truck, the truck jacknifed and| 
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smashed into a brick row house. 

Another pedestrian, identi- 
fied at Johns Hopkins Hospital 
as Mary Williams, was knocked 
down by the truck. She suf- 
fered multiple fractures. Reed 
suffered fractured ribs, bruises 
and cuts, and Nellie Allen, 25, 
of Baltimore, who was a pas- 
senger in Reed's car, was hurt. 


Boy, 7, Hit by Car 


Bruce Marlow, 7, of 5801 
Greentree rd., Bethesda, was in-| 
jured yesterday when struck | 4 05 
by an auto near his home. 

Police listed the driver of the 
ear as Catherine C. Fillingame, 
38, of 6102 Dunleer ct., Bethes- 
da. Physicians at Bethesda 
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terday when he fell from the 
top of a truck loaded with hay 
at Old Georgetown rd. and 
Grosvenor lane, Montgomery 
County police reported. 

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@ non-party nationalist, today 
was asked by Sultan Moham- 
med Beri Youssef to form Mo- 


ould give his answer Monday.;Sultan Moulay Ben Arafa. He 
Si Bekkai, former Pasha of| was regarded as the most na-'ly certain col- 
Sefrou who resigned when Ben | tionalist of the four councillors. |lapse. 
Youssef was exiled in 1953, was 
a member of the throne council | Premier-designate appointed by backing of the 


Support of 


Communists 


PARIS, Nov. 26 #—France’s 
Communist Party withdrew its 


Asked 


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ward seeming- 


Si Fathmi Ben Silimane,|) Without the 


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‘throne council surrended its last two confi 
/powers following Ben Youssef’s dence votes, 
‘recent return to the throne. Faure appeared Duclos 

| There are growing signs that to have little chance of surviv- 
‘the bid to form Morocco’s first ing the new National Assembly 
representative government is confidence vote Tuesday. 
involving the major parties, the’ Newspapers of all political 
Istiqlal and the Party of Demo- shades openly predicted a gov- 
cratic Independence, in a fierce |ernment crisis and turned their 
tussle for power. attention to speculation on a 
| Ben Youssef asked the par-|new Premier. 

ties and the Moroccan Labor! Jacques Duclos, Communist 
‘Union, which represent among |floor leader, announced his 
them the large majority of Mo-|party’s about-face to newsmen 
roccan opinion, for their views in the Assembly today. 

‘on a government program and! “I think we shall vote against 
how it should be composed. Faure,” he remarked casually.’ 
| Most parties were reported “But the group will fix its stand 
to have agreed‘ that France be |Tuesday,” he added hastily. 
permitted to retain control of; While his announcement was 
foreign affairs and the terri-|not an official Communist poli- 
tory’s defense. cy statement it nevertheless 


-| tains, 


| Meanwhile, in the Riff Moun- | Was regarded as a clear-cut 
French armored. forces|\COMmunist stand. Political ob- 
combed the desolate region for Servers believed he would not 
signs of a guerilla band of "ave made the remark if there) 
tribesmen who Friday am-|¥45 the slightest chance of his 
bushed a Red Cross ambu-|ing overruled. 
lance and escort. Faure called the confidence 
The raid killed 17 French |YOte yesterday when the As- 
\sembly’s steering committee 


I 
soldiers and wounded 10 coos his request for a new 


, . electoral debate Tuesday. He 
Air Agreement Signed has been fighting for early 
NEW DELHI ()—India and ‘elections since mid-October and 
Japan signed a new air agree-\has faced opposition at every 
ment today. The accord con-iturn. 
firms the present once-weekly | The Premier called the vote 
service between the two coun-|to avoid a general policy de- 
tries by the nationalized Air | bate moved by the camp of for- 
India Internaional and opens mer Premier Pierre Mendes- 
the way for a similar service | France. ; 
by the Japanese airline. The Reds supported Faure in 
early votes because he wanted 
Gannett’s Son Weds elections in December under 
an electoral system that might 


ROMFORD, England, Nov. favor the Communists. Early 


Faure May Fallin Own | 
Early Election Drive 


By Georges Rotvand 


'Rotvand is Political Editor of the ing for a single candidate in a' 


knife was found imbedded in 


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4 Dead in Fire; Murder Suspected 
CHICAGO, Nov. 26 W—Thé| Dead are Mrs, Ella Camp, 66; 


bodies of a 66-year-old womantidiee Frances Brock, 10; Cyn- 


and her three small grandchil- 
dren were carried today from a gabe 8, and Harty Brock, 


firecharred two-room home. A 

The fire was in the two-room 
home of Mrs. Irene Brock, 29, 
Mrs. Camp's daughte? and the 
children’s mother, in suburban 
East Chicago Heights. 


the grandmother's neck: 
Coroner Walter A. McCarron 
said he suspected multiple mur- 
er. 


French magazine Realities. — constituency. | 
¢ postwar proportional-' 
PARIS—When Premier Edgar| representation system of choos-| 
Faure suddenly announced that'ing a list of candidates has’ 
he wanted to hold France's gen-| never been very popular. And 
eral election six months ahead tense Gaullist and Com-) 
o mhbtuis bo ict motion | = Unist propaganda has con-) 
 mageus, Be & vinced many that the 1951 
a wave of parliamentafy con-\amendment of that system. is 
fusion that may engulf him be- dishonest in allowing parties to 
fore i subsides. tae seals tea. iaghe “depart 
Maneuvering and counter-| on” if they together assem- 
maneuvering Mas been so in-\bhied & majority of the vote,| 
tense and so intricate these past|The alliance system, of ‘course, 
weeks that scarcely anyone in works against the Communists" 
Parliament knows where the and other extremists who find 
matter stands today, ond eves it so to make alliances. 

' e “serutin d'arrondisse-' 
fewer know where it will stand|ment,” or single-vote, single- 
tomorrow. district system, was in force 

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from 1928-to 1936 — a period 
tional poll. Some of these rea- 


of a government was 4%) 
onths. By 1930, many were! 
aming most of France's polit- 
The reason advanced official-jical ills on that system. 
ly was that important negotia-| But it is nonetheless obvious 
tions are to start at the begin-jthat the public favors the re- 
ning of next year—with Mo-iturn of that system, and many 
rocco, for instance—and that/of Faure’s Radical Socialist col- 
French negotiators should be/leagues are among its most vo-| 
assured that the Parliamentical advocates. | 
which approves their general; The true supporters df) 
instructions is not replaced in|** scrutin d'arrondissement” 
the middle of their.talks by a 
Parliament controlled by &@ M@-\wished to overthrow the gov- 
jority with different views. ernment for one reason or an. 
Then there are the financial/other; by those who did not) 
misgivings, which Faure did not| wish early elections to cut short 
discuss Officially. Not thatitheir term by six months; even 
France is headed for a peri by those who were opposed to 
of dangerous inflation, as theithe one-man ballot but were 
opposition has dramatically as-| s¢raid of antagonizing the pub- 
serted. lie 


Economic Conditions Good Matters were complicated by 
This year, in fact, France's the intervention of the upper 

financial condition has been ex-| "use, and by strong pressure 

ceptionally good, and if eco-|from the Premier. 

nomic expansion continues at| January Election Possible 

its present pace, the budget As the deadline for prepar- 

a ie ahadenine will by no ing an election in December 
But the margin of security neared with no agreement in 

will be smaller than it hag been|NE"C..8 wut pinted' that W she 

this year, and an orgy of elec-'/. , ; © ak 

toral spending, should Parlla-| eer vere yee yp nt A. 


during which the average life 
sons were never openly stated. 


- yore se Gannett, 26, on elections probably would have’ 
of American newspaper PUD-\stopped Mendes-France’s anti-| 
lisher Frank E. Gannett, today Red movement | 
married Jean Ryland, 19,) 
daughter of an English automo-| Now, however, the Reds be- 
g Egsn lieve there is little likelihood’ 
bile engineer. Gannett is study-|.¢ holding elections this win-| 
ing the automobile industry atite In addition. most deputies | 
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“Scrutin d'arronissement” 
was finally accepted—in prin- 


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was not devoid of political 
motive. Elections In December 
would have given no time to| 
Pierre Mendes-France, who 
threatens to capture the con-' . a 
trol of Faure’s own moderately |“!Pi¢— DY a gael wy my 
liberal Radical Socialist Party,) 9-14 silt wae . that - 4 
to set up his electoral alliances|/7™. * ig ow Bigg = 
and to develop his propaganda.|“°°*S Wouwle pass = 

Tt must be stressed that the | tails of the new electoral law 
rivalry between Faure and | Were hammered out. And even 
Mendes-France is far more than 
a personal feud. 


_| Indeed, opponents of Janu- 
Faure believes in maintain lary elections have already 


> gage yoy a aejarite (moved Dy delay aes y sa 
based on cooperation of liber. |\PTOposea new e ectora aw, 


Democ land Faure has decided to risk 
Bitiearveliees. — and) vote of confidence on the is- 


Mendes-France | . 
, isue for the third time. The 
wants the Radical Socialists to vote is scheduled for Tuesday 


break with the conservatives . 

The dominant forecast now 
ee ee je Bw is that there is little chance 
and Left-wing Gaullist groups for an election this winter, and 

‘| thatt he present Government is 


Faure Sees Danger in danger of falling, if not Tues- 
Faure, who believes that|day, at least before spring. 
there has been no great shift; But the situation has become 
in the electorate since the 1951/80 fluid in this intricate debate 
elections, considers Mendes-|that all forecasts are dangerous. 
France's tactics politically dan- 
gerous. He also fears that a 
split between the Radical So- 
cialists and the rightof-<center 
groups would increase the dan’ 
ger of a Popular Front: If 
Mendes-France’s “Leftist coali- 
tion” were to be returned with 
insufficient seats, it might be 
unable to govern without Com- 
munist backing. 

Mendes-France’s answer 
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touch to the Radical Socialist 
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The supporters of Mendes-| The order, originally slated 
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Red Promotion FI @EMINGQEer’s are 


People,” “Questions of Agricul- 
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since World War I — has been try and Traffic.” 


It is believed the naming of 3 ; 
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"\growing food and supply diffi- ; 
-lculties in the Soviet zone. | 
. wal Meved in eens] The reorganization shal i 3 
brought the resignation of| | La) ' 


Berlin (ob ye Finance Minister Hans Loch, 
: who was replaced by his state 

p s.| Secretary, Willi Rumf. Loch, it ( , : 

se.| 745 announced, was relieved at! ° e q ° 

eret @olice as DiS own request so that he| ® on Cc mee ur eum ri @ | ites Ti ° | 

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Sunday, November 27, 1956 


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Cyprus Hotel Bombers Defy 
State of Emergency Decree 


NICOSIA, Cyprus, Nov. 26 @® 


Raiders Flee 
In Ulster 
Gun Battle 


BELFAST, Northern Ireland, 
Nov. 26 @—A heavily-armed 
raiding party, believed to be 
mémbers of the outlawed Irish 
Republican Army, stole across 
the border before dawn today 
and bombed a police station in 
an unsuccessful attempt to 
gefze arms. ; 

several constables, aroused 
from their sleep, beat off the) 
raiders in a furious gun battle. | 

One policeman was shot! 
seven times. His condition was 
described as “serious.” It was 
not known whether the raiders) 
suffered any casualties. | 

Authorities said the raid, on 
a lonely barracks a mile from 
the Irish border, had all the! 
trademarks of the IRA, which | 
is dedicated to the use of vic 
lence to force the withdrawal 
of Britain from Northern Ire- 
land and secure unification of 
the Irelands under one govern- 
ment. ) 

The TRA denied it had any | 
connection with the raid, how- 
ever. 

The IRA struck last on Aug. | 
13 when 20 armed raiders at 
tacked a British Army depot | 

Today’s battle raged for 15 
minutes before the raiders fled | 
emptyhanded in two cars. 


Consul Called 
*Meddler’ in 
U. S. Polities 


DETROIT, Nov. 26 (A—A 
young Jewish attorney today 
accused the German consul in 
Detroit of “meddling in Ameri- 
ean politics.” 

The attorney ise G. Vernon 
Leopold, 32, who fied to this 


‘Malenkovite’ Purge 


Believed on in Soviet 


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| Terrorists defying the death 
penalty imposed by new emer- 
gency regulations hurled a 
bomb into a crowded ballroom | 
at.the Ledva Palace Hotel to- 
night. One man was injured. | 

The hotel, most luxurious on 
this British Mediterranean is 


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nat. 2 *year period—to bring the 
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LONDON. Nov. 26—Students the Soviet police chief executed 
of Moscow here believe a wide- 1m 1953. 

4 ¢ Russian Com Two of the largest provinces 
meth Aygivadion : in Central Russia—Vologda and 
munist Party officials is taking Gorki—are said to have pro- 
place now, with most of the buced the first notable purge 

ti ssertedly being prov- V'ctims. 
ore ‘hotahe 4 . o In Gorki Province, a Mr. 
me Cas vas, owe — Smirnov, secretary of the local 
prominence to former Prime|Communist Party committee, 


Minister Georgi M. Malenkov. | was removed because he had’ : : 
Malenkov was demoted to Min-|«neither the necéssary cnow!-| orized persons punishable by/ 


ge nor the practical expe-| 


ister of Electric Power Sta-' od 
tions in February. 

Taking as one clue the lec- 
ture yesterday by the Moscow 
Radio on Communist Party dis- 
cipline, British writers on So- 
viet affairs now agree that many 
local Soviet bosses of consid- 
erable influence are absent 
from their posts. 

They also are in agreement 
on the forecast that more “Ma- 
lenkovites” will be missing! 
from the offices in which Ma- 
lenkov installed them. 

The crux of the broadcast, 
according to the writers, was 
the statement that “the Soviet 
Communist Party is decisively 
purging its ranks of all hostile 
elements who have wormed 


'rience” to be a satrap over one 

of the Soviet Union’s key in- 
dustrial areas. A follower of 
party leader Nikita 8. Khrush- 
chev, H. G. Ignatov. was named 
as Smirnov’s successor. 

In Vologda, IL. 
formerly Party secretary 
Archangel, took over the local 
Communist organization. 

Though the heasons 
generally are economic, 
background to the purge is 
clearly political. 


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BOLEY, Okla., Nov. 26 @ 


British officials. The Caledon- 
ian (Scottish) Society was hold- 
ing its annual ball when the 


Dr. Paolo Cunha, Foreign Minister of Portugal, who is 
shown with his wife, will arrive in Washington Wednesday 
for a three-day visit. Mme. Cunha will accompany him. 


‘and theatrical shows. 
S. erat The decree said sports con-| 


the 


bomb was thrown. 

The terrorists were believed 
to have escaped. 

The bomb burst only a few 
hours after British authorities 
had proclaimed a state of! 
emergency on the island, mak- 
ing the possession of a bomb 
or the firing of a gun by unau- 


3 Foreign Dignitaries 


Visit Here This Week 


| Washington will play host;airport for a fourday visit to 

thaw Beg pm § Foie | this week to dignitaries mises tage ba ee tay : a 
was issued by Field Marshal Sir} en, Tunaboylu and his sta 
John Harding, governor of this three, countries. hey include will receive full military honors 
strategic British colony. The| cabinet members from Portugal 


death. 
The state of emergency order 


upon their arrival and during 
order banned all meetings ex- and Italy and the commanding their stay here will visit Ft. 
cept religious services, movies| general of the Turkish ground) Belvoir, Va., and the NIKE site 
| forces. at Lorton, Va. A reception in 
m-| The first arrival, Paolojtheir honor is scheduled for 
dis-| Emilio Taviani, Italian Hinister| 6:30 p. m. at Ft. McNair. 

of Defense, will land at 2:30) The Turkish party will visit 
p. m. Monday at Washington|military installations in| 
National Airport for a two-day|Georgia, South Carolina and/| 
visit here followed by a tour|Kentucky before returning to’ 
of United States military instal-/ Turkey Dec. 17. 

lations. . Another Wednesday arrival 
| Adm. Arileigh A. Burke, — be Dr. Paolo Cunha, For- 
of naval operations, will greet/eign Minister of Portugal, who 
‘the Italian Minister as the of-| will visit Washington for three 
ficial representative of Secre-| days at the invitation of the 


; 


tary of Defense Charles Wilson.' American Government. 


tests could be held at the 
cretion of local commissioners. 

The firm tightening of secur- 
ity followed the death of five 
British soldiers in the past 
week at the hands of terror- 
ists. There have been daily 
incidents of violence by Cyp- 
riots demanding an end to Brit- 
ish rule and union of this 
island with Greece. 

Harding also ordered that) 


Mrs. Hannah McCrutcheon, 
born in slavery in 1855, passed | 
her first century yesterday. / 

A widow for 66 years, she 
still does her own housework 
and gardening. She has 20 
grand children and 5 great- 
grandchildren. 


their way in and is consolidat- 
ing the Party’s iron discipline.” 

No immediate connection is 
made between the purge and 
the execution of six Georgian 
officials announced Tuesday. 
The six were identified as fol- 
lowers of Lavrenti P. Beria, 


anyone caught committing sab-| 
otage against water supplies, 
electricity lines or communica- 


|A 19-gun salute will be fired in | The 47-year-old Cunha, con-| 
‘honor of the distinguished'sidered one of Europe's fore-| 
’ ould be sen-| Visitor. most authorities on the theory 
ond te tie Societe. | On Wednesday Gen. Ismail|of civil law, will bring his 

British security forces today | Hakki Tunaboylu, acting chief beauteous wife, listed as one of | 
seized 11 Cypriots of Greek ae Turkish General Staff,,Europe’s 12 best dressed 
porting the wave of terrorism. 
Two of those seized were mem- 
bers of the Ethnarchy Council | 


U.N. Tackles Deadlocks 


As Adjournment Nears 


UNITED NATIONS, N. Y.,,gerian question, and it had 
Nov. 26 (®—With 12 working|been feared that if France 


days left before its scheduled|**#ved out, she might use her 


adjournment, the United Na-|V®t® power im the security 
tions General Assemb ly| council, where she retained her | 


pressed to briak deadlocks|*%*@* % bar Jordan and the) 
over a disputed Security Coun-| Asian applicants. 


country with his parents and 
whose aunt died in a Nazi gas 
ehamber. 

Dr. W. H. von Almsick, the 
consul, said Leopold was one 
of about six Detroit attorneys 
he coritacted regarding passage 
of a pending Congressional bill 
to restore American assets con- 
fiscated from Germans and 
Japanese during World War IL.) 

Von Almsick said he was in- 
terested in the bill “both as an 
attorney and as a believer in 
the general principle of the 


cil sea th hin| U.N. circles also were heart-| 
bids of Ag Oy yas P| ened by reports that the United 


The Assembly must also| States had relaxed its opposi- 
push through debate within | 0" to Communist Outer Mon- 
the next two weeks on the dis-| 9°48 bid for membership. | 
armament question and the co- The Soviet Union has warned | 
lonial issues irvolving Moroc- that it would veto all non-com- 
co and West New ‘uinea if it 


—, applicants if Outer 
ongolia or any of the other 
gw hgh, ag eins Lane Le four Russian-backed candidates 
countries who did not take failed to make the grade. 

part in the debate before the; The United States has said it 
12-nation U. N. Disarmament would abstain on all five Com- 
Commission have indicated| ™¥™ist applicants, but it had 
they will have plenty to say on 


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right to hear both parties.” 

But Leopold, who fought in 
the American Army in World! 
War I, said he will take up the) 
matter of “the consul’s lobby-| 
ing” with the State Department 
and members of Co . 

[A spokesman for the State! 
Department's German desk said 
the report was new to him and/| 
Attorney Leopold’s complaint 
had yet to reach Washington. | 


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the arms question when it would attempt to prevent Outer | 
reaches the 60-nation Political} Mongolia from getting the 
Committee. bw 


en affirmative votes need- 
Little friction is expected) ©d for Council approval. 

this year on either “Morocco ot (The Chieago Daily News 
West New Guinea, but the anti-| Service reported that President 
colonial powers will undoubt-| Eisenhower has even appealed 
edly have arguments to pres-| directly to Chiang Kai-shek not 
ent wh . those items'come up./*? veto Outer Mongolia. Na- 

\tionalist diplomats at the U. N. 


One major deadlock was! 
broken yesterday when France| 4re still saying publicly they 


return . to the Assembly after| ™tend to cast a veto. 

that body had voted te drop| Perhaps the toughest problem 
the Algeriar question. The/ facing the current Assembly is 
French walked out two months the logjam between the U. S.- 
ago when the Assembly put the| acked Philippines and Commu- 


‘movement 


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of Greek Orthodox Archbishop 
Makarios, fiery leader of the) 
for union with’ 
Greece. Three other members 
of the Archbishop’s council 
were arrested three days ago. 

The capital city of Nicosia 
has been declared off limits for 
all off-duty British soldiers and 
their families. Troopers all 
over the island are carrying 


Italian Minister Urges 
U.S. Cultural Exchange 


By Leo Sullivan 
Stam Reporia 


A program of cultural ex-|ments and to insure the safety 


sidearms or rifles and traveling| changes between the Italian|°f the collection.) 
in pairs. | government and the United|, %0ssi, who leaves today to at 
the 


Tension was high during tad tend the opening Monday of a 
day as funeral services were | > ates led off by an exhibition Roman Festival in Boston on 


held for two British soldiers|/°f Tate Renaissance paintings) his way to Rome, also spoke of 
shot by terrorists. at the National Gallery of Art, other facets of the cultural ex- 
The Eoka terrorist under-| was projected here yesterday| change program discussed with 
ground organizations distrib-| by Paolo Rossi, Italian Minister officials here this week. 
uted leaflets tell its mem-| Of Public Education. ' In line with this, he an- 
bers to “strike any ishman| In Washington since Tuesday nounced, his government plans 
where you may find him with|for talks with officials of the|to create three chairs in Amer- 
sticks, stones, knives, axes or| State and Health, Education| ican literature and three chairs 
any weapon.” and Welfare Departments, soe |in political and economic his- 


‘ °179 he bemoan ¢ noe tory at various Italian universi- 
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Servicemen 


Kt is also his wish, the Min- 
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Show Decline 


tions between our two seoun- 
tries,” he said, “must not have 
just military or political influ- 
ence but must also establish 
cultural ties in education and 
the arts.” 


The exhibition, as Rossi out-| 


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dence can be arranged within 
Fewer servicemen are going 
over the hill. 


the framework of the immigra- 
The big drop in AWOLs and 


tion laws. Besides relieving 
desertions was attributed by 
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lined it, would include some 
35 paintings of the First Halian 
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The Army reported it has cut;/depend on the technical dif- 


Algerian question on its nist Yugoslavia in the contest 
agenda. for the Security Council seat! 


Delegates hoped Arab ap- 20w held by Turkey. 
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Experts Put Bomb 
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Reds to ‘Let 
Bomb Lie,’ 
Leader Says 


BANGALORE, India, Nov. 26 
‘”# — Soviet Communist Party 
Secretary Nikita Khrushchev 
said in a speech today that Ris 
sia had exploded a nuclear 
weapon of "maximum strength.” 

K hchev said the explo- 
sion was “of unprecedented 
might” and confirmed Soviet 
calculations that “we are able 
to produce with the minimum 
atomic energy a maximum) 
explosion.” 

Speaking at a civie reception, 
Khrushchev told an audience 
of more than 100,000 persons: 

“Our engineers and our scien- 
tists wanted to see if their cal- 
culations were correct. Their 
calculations were correct. They 
succeeded with the minimum 
of atomic energy in making the| 
maximum explosion of one ont 
lion tons of TNT.” 

[While the above version was 
that given by the official inter 
pr reter, Soviet newspapermen at 

angalore reported Khrush- 
chev gave the bomb’s power as 
“millions” of tons of TNT, a 
cording to the United Press.| 

Khrushchev said, “We _ will 
never be the first to use these 


weapons and we will be very | 


giad if bombs are never ex- 


ploded on cities or villages. | 


Let them lie and influence the 
nerves of those who would start 
a new war. Because if they 
start a war they will receive a 
proper answer.” 

Earlier, Khrushchev told his 
Indian audience the mutual 
aerial inspection of United 
States and Russian military in- 
stallations proposed by Presi- 
dent Eisenhower was “nothing 
more than an arms race.” He 
said: 

“Just imagine Soviet planes 
flying over America or Ameri- 
can planes flying over the So- 
viet Union. Americans might 
find we have many air bases 
and they would decide to build 
more to achieve equality. Or we 
would see how many fields 
they have and decide to equal 
them—end equality is nothing 
more than an arms race.” 

He said the reason Russia 
was keeping up with the West 
in arms was best illustrated 
by “an old Russian proverb.” 
— “When in Rome do as the 
Romans do.” 

Soviet Premier Nikolai Bul- 
ganin shared the civic welcome 
with Khrushchev but did not 
address the audience. 


Grounded Ship Freed 
ANTWERP, Belgium, 


Nov. 26| passing” 


ad 


By Warren Unna 
Saft Reporter . 
Official Washington was si- 
lent last night on the announce- 
ment of the Russian super- 


‘bomb explosion which — 


‘termed “the most powerful of | 
all carried out so far.” 


Some atomic experts here) 


, had theorized it might be some 
12 to 20 times smaller than the | 
| bomb the United States tested | 
|in the Pacific a year and a half) 
‘ago. Their estimate was based/ 
ion early reports that Commu- 


nist Party Secretary Nikita| 


‘Khrushchev had said in India 


| 


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pom mee Feats 
Growing Up | 


Prince Yoshi, second son of 
Japanese Emperor Hirohite, 
will be 20 years old Monday. 
On that day he will take his 
place as an adult member of 
the Imperial family. 


A | 


Satellite Plan 
“ Described as 


Degenerating 


Associated Preas 

Aero Digest Magazine said 
yesterday the United” States 
space satellite program has “de- 
generated into a celestial boon- 
doggle” which can be corrected 
only through a costly speed-up. 

“Contracts for some basic 
components and for instru- 
ments have been delayed, and 
others are unsigned,” the avia- 
tion engineering magazine said. 

“All indications are that Proj- 
ect Vanguard will have to be a 
highly accelerated crash pro- 
gram, with parallel rocketing in 
costs, or miss its much-heralded 
deadline.” 

President Eisenhower an- 
nounced last July that the 
United States would launch a 
small satellite during the in- 
ternational geophysical year— 
July 1, 1957-Dec. 31, 1958 —to 
orbit around the earth, 200 to 
800 miles out in space 

Scientists throughout -the 
world will coordinate Lae 
studies of the earth during the 
1957-58 survey period. 

Dr. Fritz Zwitky, California 
Institute of Technology astron- 
omist and physicist, recently 
told the American Rocket Soci-| 
ety here that “all kinds of jeal-| | 
ousies, bureaucracies and buck- 
are hindering the 


The 7601-ton American cargo) ‘United States satellite program 


ship Green Valley went aground | 

last night in the Secheldt River 

ays but was refloated to- 
ay. 


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and helping Soviet Russia to 

achieve an earlier launching. 
Aero Digest said that many 

engineers are wuncon- 


i ured 


that his country’s bomb had’ 
the punch of one million tons | 
of TNT, 

Russian newsmen with | 
Khrushchev later said the fig-| 
ure given by the official inter-| 
preter was 


This correction was 
cepted here, especially since 
Atomic Energy Commission | 
Chairman Lewis L. Strauss, in| 
disclosing last Wednesday that 
the Russians had tested an- 
other bomb, said it was their 
largest yet and one to be meas- 
“in the range of mega- 
tons.” 

The superbomb exploded by 
the United States at Bikini 
Atoll on March 1, 1954, has 
been variously estimafed as 
having the equivalent wallop) 
of 12 to 20 millipn tons, or 12) 
to 20 million tons of TNT. | 

Officially, President Eisen- 
ower, in a December, 1953,) 
speech before the United Na-| 
itions, referred to our nuclear} 
(fission) bombs being more 
than 25 times larger than the 
15,000 and 20,000-ton weapons 
used at Hiroshima and Naga-| 
saki during World War Il. He 
also spoke of our thermonu 
clear (fusion) weapons as being 
“in the ranges of millions of 
tons of TNT equivalent.” 

Atomic Energy Commission- 
er Willard F. Libby, in a June 
speech, described a superbomb 
capable of releasing “10 mega 
tons” (10 million tons) of “fis 
sion energy.” ‘This has been 
interpreted as a reference, to 
the superbomb, a fission- fusion- 
fission device with a fissionable 
uranium core, a hydrogen bind- 
er and an ordinary uranium 
outer jacket. 

Rep. James E. Van Zandt (R- 
’a.), a member of the Joint 
Committee on Atomic Energy, 
has stated the preliminary esti- 
mates of this country’s first 


in error, that he | - 
‘really had used the plural,| 
i“millions of tons.” 


Committee chairman, 


vinced 
tackled successfully. 

‘Apparently the whole proj- 
ect is up in the air and the mag- 
nitude of the task is far greater 
than anticipated,” the magazine 
said. 

The magazine added: 

“The aviation industry is still 
wondering why Army ordnance, 
which has more experience in 
‘launching large rocket milles 
than the Navy... has been 


‘neglected or has not been called 


on to participate in the pro- 
gram.” 


that the job can be 


United Pres 
Venerable Statesman 


One of the world’s oldest 
statesmen, President J. K. 
Paasikivi of Finland, poses 
for his portrait te mark his 
85th birthday, which he cel- 
ebrates today. 


superbomb explosion on March 


megaton range. 
Last week, in commenting on 
Atomic Energy Commissioner | 
/Thomas E. Murray's proposal 
for a -mid-Pacific “meeting at 
‘the atomic summit,” Sen. Clin- 
ton P. Anderson (D-N. M.), Joint | 
declared: | 
“I’m not sure that exploding | 
a 50-megaton bomb, or anything 
of that nature, would impress 


people who are not already im-| 


pressed.” 
Civil Defense Administrator 
Val Peterson a while back said 


the saw nothing to prevent the 


development of bombs up to 60 
megatons in size. 

The present American super-| 
bomb reportedly is so heavy| 
that it can be carried only by 
the l0-engined B-36 and the! 
eight-engined B52 bombers. So! 
far, the United States bomb! 
tests have been ground shots 
and not dropped from a plane. 


owl News From Mescow 


Unit With Bird Data. 


By yen Gabbett 
f Reporter 
Fish and Wildlife Sesvien of-.sian captures over a period a 
ficials were still atwitter yes-/about two years of various 


from Moscow. by the Fish and. Wildlife Serv- 
For years, a sopkesman ex- ice, the spokesman explained, 
iplained, the routes of migra-\“and we accepted them grate- 
‘tery birds banded in their nest- fully, not only because our 
\ing grounds on this hemisphere records will be the more ac- 
have been traced through the curate for them, but... well. 
‘international cooperation of'it’s not too often we get them 
various European and Asiatic back once the wearers have 
countries to points far behind flown them beyond the Iron 
the seas that surround us. Curtain.” 
Periodically, the little alumi- 
num bands Fish and Wildlife Alabaman, 13, Bags 
Service workers attach to the 
legs of some 60,000 fowl an- 2 Ducks Banded Here 
nually are returned by co 
operating European conserva- 
tionists to Washington, .com-'old Alabama boy who bagged 
plete with data needed to keep two banded blue wing teals on 
the records on each species 4 single excursion into the 
straight. marshes near Mobile was 
A few weeks ago, an unsmil- termed “quite something” here 
ing attache of the Russian Em- yesterday by Fish and Wildlife 
bassy walked into the office of Service officials 
John W. Aldrich at the Nation-| “['ye banded. 
al Museum and left a couple the banding of 


upervised 
“sompthing like 
ac-' 1, 1954, placed it in the 12-to-14- of handful of the little num- ¢9 900 ducks a y comment- 


bered circlets, courtsey of the og Frederick, C. 
\National Academy of Science frst became associated with 
in Moscow. migratory bird work in 1920, 
| The bands represented Rus- “and I hunt them nearly every 

; year with fair. success, but I've 

) we yearn ae geen bird.” 
e ssociate ress report- 
Dutch Defense Chief led that one of the birds ‘chet 


Arrives Here Today 'down by Chandler Bramlett was 


Aseoctated Press 

The Netherlahds Defense 
Minister, Cornelius Staf, will 
arrive here today for con- 
ferences with Secretary of 
Defense Charles Wilson and 
other officials at the Pentagon. 

Accompanying him will be 
E. H. Van Den Bengel, director 
‘for economic and military 
laffairs of the Netherlands For- 
‘eign Ministry. The Netherlands 
lofficials will remain in Wash- 
| ington through next Tuesday 
when they will fly to headquar- 
ters of the Strategic Air Com 
| mand, a, Neb. 


Lincoln, who 


ithe Illinois Natural History Sur- 
vey, of Urbana, Ill., and a sec- 
ond time by the Fish and Wild- 
life Service of Washington. The 
second bird sported only the 
tag issued by the Illinois bird- 
banders who offered $2 for re- 
turning it to Urbana. 


sation 
“If | were young Bramilett.” 
Lincoln said. 


that sort of thing.” 


Russian Visite W ildlitel — 


om over some fowl news game birds banded over here | 


, duplication 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 


Sunday, November 27, 1955 


mn 


Hill, Pentagon War Anew); 
Over Charges of Waste 


Associated Prees 
Renewed warfare broke out/days ago, R. C. Lanphier, Dee 


between Democratic House 


‘leaders and the Pentagon yes 


terday over alleged waste and 
in the buying of 


‘military supplies. 


| banded on both legs, once by ————— 


The Fish chased 80 letters written by the’ BRONCHITIS NEW 
and Wildlife Service band asked late English Novelist, h 
the finder to send it to Wash- Conrad, 


ington, but offered no compen- day 


“I'd send it to the ninghame 
people who promised the $2. We 1894 and 1924 
simply don’t have the funds for were 


Majority Leader MacCormack 
of Massachusetts accused the 
armed services of flouting the |‘ 
1947 military unification 
and congressional 
common supply 
would economically 
branches. 

The Pentagon. 


serve all 


in effect, de- 


The hunting feat of a 13-year- nied disobeying Congress. | 
The argument took place in 


an exchange of correspondence 
made public by McCormack. 
The Democratic leader rapped 
the Defense Department for 
“inconsistencies” in explaining 
its position 

In a letter to Wilson 
month, he said 
is conclusive that the overlap- 
laping, duplication and waste 
is of such magnitude in and 
among the military services as 
to make possible enormous sav- 
ings, with no loss of efficiency 
or military effectiveness, and 
thus release funds badly needed 
for ({(domestic) objectives. 

Replying for Wilson a few 


last 


Joseph Conrad Letters 
Bought by Dartmouth 


HANOVER, N. H.. 26 © 
Dartmouth College pur- 


Nov. 
has 


Josep 
it was announced to- 


The letters were written to 
Conrad's biographer, R. B. Cun- 
Graham, between 
Mast of them 
previously unpublished 
The price was not disclosed. 


law) 


“the evidence. 


committee 


uty Secretary for supply and 
logistics, said the department 
recognized congressional wishes 
for supply unification, but de-” 
clared Congress “has never di- 
rected the establishment of any 
specific type of supply or dis- 
tribution system.’ 

Under the 1947 law. C ongress 
directed the services to unify, 
but left to the discretion of the 
Defense Secretary the best) 
methods for. meeting the sup.’ 
ply and distribution problems 
of the military. 

Lanphier noted that as of 
Nov. 7, the Defense Department 
ordered unification of all mili- 
tary food purchases under the 
single management of the 
Army, with stocks to be dis. 
tributed* from Army food 
depots to all branches of the 
armed forces. 

Lanphier said the Defense 
Department was considering ap- — 
plication of the food program 
“to other commodity areas.” 

The military has been under 


sharp attack from Congress in 


recent years for what a House 
recently said was 
the practice of setting up sepa- 
rate “supply empires” in dis... 
regard of the unification law. 


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: bss | ICC Segregation Ord Missing Since Nov. 2 
GOP Policy, Nixon UE Peedi wal he i carcpeniwae via 


Commission order to end pee, cial comment in Texas, rail and old Korean War veteran, has Ported missing three a ago. 
segregation in train and bus bus officials there indicated lit- been missing from his home at weighing 200 pounds, McCoy 


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m a] ¢ travel between states yesterday. tle change would be necessary 1929 2d st. ne. since Nov. 2. was wearing a navy blue suit 
, drew the fire of four of 13 to comply with the ruling. | . His mother, and maroon sport shirt when 
Southern states with laws re- The ICC decision of separate Apr Mr — — = oy his home a’ 2 for a 
, , | + 0 esterda owntown. at 
SEATTLE, Nov. 26 (#—For- quiring segregation. |Waiting and rest rooms may ae po Py amaeen nT Poe he, Rg 
mer President Harry Truman United Press In its sweeping order, based prove to be the real stumbling es ’ who had seen 
made it clear today he doesn’t . on the Supreme Court ruling on block to carrying out the whole the youth to > 
like 1) Republican foreign pol- Join Hands | sehool segregation, the ICC also’ order, some railroad men indi- F motify ‘the po scents bee gee 
“3 = 2) Vice President Rich-| o:. « une new seal selected |OTdered an end by Jan. 10 to! cated. gland nd Z| CARMI, fil. @—G2r 
ara Nixon. : segregation of interstate pas- : ae ersons DbU- a farmer living near Bir 
In Seattle to speak at 0 9as-| “Of SO comemed Are vay sengers in bus and train wait- One executive, interviewed reau. She ported one of his W 
a-plate dinner to raise funds for Ht becomes the official in- ing and rest rooms. in a roundup by the Associated fears he may horn hens laid an est wi 
the library to house his presi- signia for the merged unions Officials of Georgia, Alabama, Press, said, “I don’t know how be a victim of other egg inside it ' 
dential papers, he told a news| when the merger convention South Carolina and Louisiana you are going to unscramble in-| McCoy “amnesia. ecg measured 8% by 9% | 
conference he couldn't see any opens Dec. 5. \were quick to declare their terstate and intrastate travel- , Police have and weighed 442 ounce:, . 
reason why he shouldn't discuss States would continue to en- ers in a waiting room.” He unsuccessfully been seeking to said. 
politics—and did. force Jim Crow laws on travel added, “It surely isn’t going to i ale 
The Summit Conference at segregation. be an easy job—and it’s got to B! 5 
Geneva, from which came “> Hocker Quits Georgia’s Attorney General be done by Jan, 10.” General T. C. Callison was the DDER =e 
so-called Geneva Spirit, he said Eugene Cook said, “We certain-- The ICC order does not affect 1 
in answer to a question, “didn't ly will continue to enforce the separate facilities for Negroes °™/¥ state official to raise the D 1 
amount to a damn.” AsCounsel In Georgia interstate segregation and whites who are traveling possibility of a legal test of the U S SLEEP AND | Ets 
New York's Governor Averell | Schools Main Concern within states with Jim Crow ruling. He said the decision “$4,732 a stting Up Mights 


Harriman, he said, was right However, Cook and other, travel laws. does not have any “particular |! 


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“Harriman knows what he is aaiinatindialh Cinna maintain segregation in the for intrastate passengers and !ega! grounds. ause tension and less of sleep se that you 
talking about. He dealt with} public schools. This led to spec-| integrated facilities for inter-| Other states with Jim Crow feel ated end depressed ?I n such cases, 
the Russians. They understand | usua! y gives quick, wonderful, 


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Lon Hocker, chief counsel of | ulation that the ICC order state travelers to comply with laws are Arkansas, Florida, Ken- ‘othe relief through its germ combating 
-| jonly force.” the Senate subcommittee On| would not produce the clamor) the ICC ruling and satisfy local tucky, Mississippi, North Caro-| *« action is acid urine, and its ansigeste pate 
if 3 LP al | The Republicans, Truman/Constitutional Rights, is leavy-|induced by the Supreme Court authorities. lina, Oklahoma, Tennessee an te used cates antote rms Mn, Gat 


isaid, “put foreign policy into. ing to return to St. Louis to be- ruling on school segregation. | South Carolina's Attorney Virginia. be . brighter F tease, 


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ate ED { ‘are in a position to rhake the| Langdon West, administrative 
| [=| Soe |most of it and I am sure they assistant to Sen. Thomas C, * ' 
Fh will The present Administra- |Hennings (D-Mo. ) the subcom- : ‘ - 
ition’s mistakes must be made | ‘mittee chairman, said Hocker 


‘an issue of the next campaign.” plans to leave in midweek after 


Planning Problem Asked if his reference to| winding up the group’s initial 


: 
Governor Harriman had any| series of hearings. 

Last big planning problem delaying redevelopment of the (political significance, the for-| Hocker, a former president & 
Southwest Washington area outlined above is where to put (™er President said it didn't;| of the St. ‘Louis Bar Association, 
Smithsonian Institution’s proposed air museum. Smith- |'4t he wasn’t taking sides “un-|was appointed chief hearings 
sonian regents favor site A, but this would block the pro- til the convention next year.”| counsel of the subcommittee 

“So ” » key ft ¢ th rf Questioned whether he/jast July. Hennings said Hock- 
posed uth Mall,” a key feature o e Zeckendorf plans thought the recent illness of | er had agreed ‘ ‘to give up his 
for the area. An alternative, site B, blocks Maryland ave.., 


‘President Eisenhower hadn't private practice for a few 
considered by some an inviolable feature of the original (called attention to “the Ameri-| months to help the committee 
“L’Enfant plan” for Washington. A third possibility is to use (can habit of naming any old| in the initial phase of its work.” 
the southern half of site B and another triangular area ad- |1T°™, Dick or Harry to the vice) west said Hocker had asked to 


ining it on south, leaving Maryland Story, P. presidency,” Mr. Truman said) pe relieved after his election on & e 
_ net om oe, we ave. pgms.< wis ) ‘he didn't feel that way. ‘Oct. 8 as president of the Mis 
| “If you will port pe sie souri Insurance Co., of which 
, ing egotism,” sai e is/he was director and general 
Police Turn Hoses Sen. Humphrey Seeks sourian who rose from the vice . : . 
P counsel. 
presidency to the W hite House,| The subcommittee. engaged | e 


On Dance-Hall Rioters Safety-Fire Bureau jwith a broad smile, “I don't/in an inquiry into whether Coh-| 


ithink the American people are|stitutional rights have been! 
STOCKTON, Calif, Nov. 26; Sen. Hubert MH. Humphrey jin the habit of making mistakes | eroded under oe impact of the by 


(#—Fire hoses were used early|(p-Minn.) said yesterday he in choosing their vice presi-|.old war, started its first series | 18 Inches Wide! 


today to break up a rioting) would introduce legislation |4¢nts.” ‘of publie hearings two weeks i | 18 Inches High! 
crowd of nearly 200 persons next year to create a Federal “Would you say, then, thatisgo. af | ——... ss 


| Mr. Nixon was not a mistake?” ; 
who, for almost three hours, re-| safety and fire prevention |. was asked They have dealt in large mea- | Ga =o 


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the subcommittee without a) 
ne staff head. West said no suc. 
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@ 42 announced his resignation Oct. 


PIANO BENCH included! 


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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 


Reed Sees | ) Sunday, November 27, 1958 Ad. - 
06 Tax Cut, 


Opposes It 


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Its THE HUB for Washington's Largest Selection of AZZ 3am 
By Thomas J. Foley Night Unsir ay ie 


Internationa] News Service 
The chief GOP congressional 
tax expert conceded yesterday | = 
that lawmakers probably will , 
cut income taxes next year, ve , 4 
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, A Reed (R.| 
N. Y¥.), top 
we ranking mi- 
= nority member 
"se. of the tax-writ- 
[ing Ways and 
fae Means Commit 
tee, said: “This! 
being an elec-/ 
tion year coming up, both par-| 
ties will rty to out-do each other | 
in seeking the favor of voters.” 
He added in an interview: 
“I'll be sorry to see that happen, 
because if business remains at 
its present high level next year 
wed be better off using surplus 
Government income from taxes 
to redtice the national debt.” 
Reed said: “I guess that is an 
unpopular point of view with 
many of my colleagues, but I'm 
thinking primarily of the good; 
of the country. If the folks at 
home don't like it, they'll let me 


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He said the tax cuts voted in ~ 
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because they spurred business) 
when it was in a slight reces-) 
sion 
The 80-vearold lawmaker! 
also criticized a reported plan! 
by the Eisenhower Administra-| 
tion to ask Congress to increase | 
income tax exemptions from 
$600 to $700 each 
Reed said: “This would re-| 
move millions from the obliga-| 
tion of paying any taxes, ex-| 
cept excise taxes of course, and| 
I don’t think that is completely | . rae xe a , | 
fair.” , , » << sae al : 
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Two Senators 
Back Most of 
Johnson Plan 


By Raymond Lahr 

Two Senate Democrats ap-| 
plauded the over-all outlines of 
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn- 
don B, Johnson’s legislative 
program yesterday but forecast 
trouble for his natural gas bill.| 

The two were Sen. Paul H.| sy |. ee. 7 4y is eee ate | i’) T. ) : 
Douglas (Iil.), who bluntly de-| ; | . , ) a t Hi LS : ’ 
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Johnson suggested a 13-point | 
program of domestic legislation | 


: 
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cluded proposals for liberaliz- * 
ing the Social Security law, re- : : ie 
storing 90 per cent of parity ; 


farm price supports, school and | 
highway construction programs, | 


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“By and large a very good| , | 

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ed, “although that doesn’t mean| 

T'll go along with every single 

item.” 


“In general, I think the pro- 1 A £ - Oss at a * t . T 
gram is a progressive one,” | on el | A ee, ~. ga as Cock ail abl 
Douglas said. “I think most = a | | >> Poi ; | c 
Democrats will support its gen-| 


era! outlines.” . | Se.” , . | A 4 ¥ | T bI 
Douglas added, however, that! : ‘ ~ he ; 

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hear it debated before taking 
a stand but that he recognized 


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troversy. 
Civil Rights Stand Stated 


He also voiced belief the poll| 
tax amendment “will receive 
general support.” He reminded | 
that Southern Senators, who) 4 . ; | , . 
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fered in past years to support) : : easy | 
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THE WASHINGTON POsT pan TIMES HERALD 
—A10 Sunday, November 27, 1955 


Car Firms Told 


To Cut. 


Credit — 


2 Associated Press 


Senator Joseph "Mahoney 
(b-wyo.), 


said yesterday that 7 


“General Motors and the other 3 


big automobile manufacturers” 
are reversing efforts of the Fed- 
eral Reserve Board to curb in- 
flation. 


Major car makers are doing 


this by putting pressure on deal- 
(ers to sell more and more cars, 
he said. 

“This course of action will in- 
evitably permit inflation unless 
it is stopped,” he asserted. 

O'Mahoney, as acting chair- 
man of a Senate Judiciary Anti- 
trust and Monopoly Subcommit- | 
tee, has been conducting public) 
hearings in what he terms a’ 
study of General Motors. 

Staff aides said O'Mahoney | 


™ had received “hundreds: of let-' 


Associated Press 


Sentenced 


Lois Evans, 27-year-old for- 
mer New York showgirl who 
became a princess through 
marriage to a Polish nobie- 
man, has been sentenced to 
from one to 10 years in prison 
for possession of heroin. 


John L. Lewis 
To Testify on 
Welfare Fun 


By Norman Walker 


Associated Press 
John L. Lewis, head of the 
United Mine Workers Union. 


will appear before a Senate La- 
bor Subcommittee Monday at 
new hearings on the handling 
of union welfare funds. 

This was’ announced yester- 
day by the subcommittee, head- 
ed by Sen. Paul Douglas (D-II), 
which is resuming a two-year 
study of administration of the 
multi-million-dollar insurance 
and pension funds. 

The probe is aimed at deter- 
mining whether legislation is 
needed to safeguard the funds 
for their intended beneficiaries. 
especially since there have been 
a number of reported diver- 
sions to racketeers. President 
Eisenhower has suggested that 
Congress study the need for 
eurbs. 

Lewis is chairman of the 
board of trustees of the Miners’ 
Welfare and Retirement Fund, 


as well as president of the! 


union. The mine workers’ fund 
takes in and spends more than 
100 million dollars a year 

Officials of the AFL United 
Auto Workers Union, a separate 
organization from the CIO 
United Auto Workers which’ 
represents most of the auto as- 
sembly workers, are to lead off 
the Monday hearings 

The AFL-UAW officials due 


‘of this,” 


ers” of approval of the hear-: 
ings. They said letters had been| 
running about 3-1 in favor. | 

a® said the Federal Reserve) 
¥ “rd had taken several actions | 
tiis year to discourage over-ex- 
tended credit and thus curb in- 
flation. He noted that the Board 
has taken steps to increase in- 
terest rates on bank borrowing 
and has twife boosted margin 
requirements, or down pay- 
ments, for stock market trans 
actions. 


Pressure on auto dealers for | 
‘more sales is “just the reverse | 


the Senator said. He 
said the dealers are required to 
risk their capital. by extending 
the payment period on cars, ac-'| 
cepting small down payments 
and allowing 
trade-in values for old cars.’ 

As for his hearings, he said 


“exaggerated | 


some fear has been expressed |} 


that the result of them “would 
be Government interference.” 


“If the Government can inter- |; 


fere through the Federal Re- 
serve Board to save the stock 


market and to restrain business |} 


borrowing to prevent inflation, 
how can it be said that it is 
dangerous to lay face up on the 


table all the facts which show |i ‘ 


the danger of inflation to the 
automobile industry has become 
a threat to the whole economy.” | 


The hearings resume Monday |® 


with testimony on General Mot- 
ors Acceptance Corp., 


a GM af-\i 


filiate which has financed the j 


purchase of millions of cars. 
Executives of GM are expected 
to testify later. 


to testify are Angelo Inciso,' 


president of the union’s Chi-|i 


cago Local No. 286, and An-' 
thony Doria, financial secretary 
of the local and secretary-treas-, 
lury of the national AFL-UAW.' 

On Tuesday the committee 
will hear from representatives 
of General Motors Corp., and 
United States Steel Corp., re- 
garding their employe insur- 
ance and pension plans. | 

Representatives of the Metro- 
politan Life Insurance Co., and) 
Equitable Assurance Co., which 
carry the GM and U. S. Steel | 
insurance, are also to be heard 
Tuesday. 


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48.61 
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89.95 


149.95 


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Room Suite ....... 


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44.95 


. 329.00 
249.00 


9.95 
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279.00 
398.00 


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(wattet chins ext. table and 4 side chairs? 


9- Piece Chippendale Mahogany 
Dining Room Suite 


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inleid front) 


French Provincial Cherry Lamp- 
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Limed Oak Modern Gossip Bench 


(inlaid top) Mahogany 
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39.88 
139.00 


89.67 


36.44 


78.62 


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288.00 
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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 


By William Theis mendation of action on a na} “The Democrats have delib-\that was the end of that! We) "| — a Mit h ll Ra f Illin Go 
Sen. Gordon Allott. (R-Colo.) tural gas bill. Noting that John-jerately stalled: on President didn’t get anything.” vi “ —_— — fy Cc e in ce or ois vernor 
; : me 1d Eisenhower's this year| Allott said the “same . a 
‘charged yesterday that Demo-|°" said such legislation shou ) OF) PrOgTOME tite your! ee .: ote PAXTON, IIL, Nov. 26 (INS)\of course, Stevenson, who have} publican, has not announced his 
cratic leaders “deliberately |Provide “adequate protection to with the idea that they would was true on the highway situs | - Stephen A. Mitchell, former contributed so greatly to the plans on seeking a second te 
stalled” action on much of|comsumers,” Sparkman  gaid pass the bills in their own form tion.” Action on the Adminis as chairman of the Democratic'progress of Illinois.” Morris B. Sachs, Chicago site 
tpresident Eis- '|there were rumors of amend-jand then say to the public, tration’s highway bill died in - = je |National Committee, today an-| A Chicago lawyer since 1932, treasurer, has declared he plans 
S enhower’s 1935 * |ments which might minimize;‘Look what the Democratic a dispute over the method of Oe aie nounced his - Mitchell is a close friend of to run for the Democratic nom- 
‘Megislative pro- ) leven this controversy. ye, agro noe ddne <~d you.” . oe the pata yo a | —— any ee Ra rege Y me snr pyceend fame any ae without organi- 
e ; : i ypical example was the, ouse passed i | ‘ & : Stevenson, and was zation sup 
aber eee . ee ee ommeae toe President's insistence that Con- cial Security and 90 per cent ¥ nomination for i jhis campaign manager in the‘-—— . fe 
thei n sub =" | lopposed legislation to free gas ST¢%s do something on aid for farm price support bill, but the eal AP Governor of Il- Bey "' Wy junsuccessful race against Pres- | CHARLOTTE WESLEY 
. van 1956. +3 : A mt from Federal regula- school construction. Our Sen- Senate deferred action until the °° ae linois. , ident Eisenhower in 1952. | 
stitute ¥i IP ate committee had extensive next session, which opens in) gS ae Pledging to ™% : Gov. William G, Stratton, Re- W . Ihe mon 
Soprano 


His state | ” 2mm | tion. " ) Bee as he 
. . ie early hearings on the problem January. Similarly, the matter pee make Illinois 
- eed — 2 Fe a See. mt but when the President sent/of tax cuts for “oye a) a the leader in . 
all ’ . up his message on this we had put over until the presidential’ By 2 progress of all le " 
with Democra ~| posing the gas bill, indicated ; " :' ) Se Y ; ss Pay for Overtime 
i: ae just two short hearings .and election year. ) states in the ’ | Hemecom ecep 
% union,” Mit- | WATERTOWN, Conn. ®—Po- | ing as tien 


tic sn for == his approval of the Johnson ap- | 
the | = point Allott proach, including his suggested 3 : , lice were granted the overtime || | ; 
legislative pro- Constitutional amendment to . erate ge “9 rate of $2 an hour when it was || FRIDAY, DEC. 2 
gram paves .P sage ee oe Rela Catholic War Veterans Central YMCA Notes t be ns scuhehenedt ot 0 teneiicen ot| called to the attention of the i 8:30 P.M. 

Senate Majority Leader Lyn- . ve to Eat family friends and Democratic! ' P i ial ‘aad 1.1 
don Johnson (D-Tex.). pace hg ih oe Bae meiy 1 Ble Seek New Members Membership Increase leaders at Paxton, III. Ry ag A — — A ears | Si Os ty ees ca ce 
Sen. John J. Sparkman (D-\medical research, school eon-| The District Department of The Central Poe of — Mae Elizabeth Payne, 36, of In making gh mee spear regular hourly rate . | eserved Orchestra , 

; Saget - the Catholic War Veterans has ington, at 1736 st. nw., has ‘the 52-year-o itchell ca ’ ii : : 

Ala.), the 1952 Democratic vice|struction, roads construction, + | aunched a campaign to sign reported a membership in- 1617 irving st. mw. WAS iro state administration that is) cee paged gnc mage’ 4 

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presidential nominee, sai lve: yong mine thor mech 5000 new members. crease of 14 per cent over last| charged yesterday with cash- |“eyen-handedly fair to all” and j 1 
Johnson's program was “good sigs » housing program, water| Department Ccmmander year. — _ img three forged checks to- declared: iL PANELING 12° 1) Tickets: 
and realistic” and is “possible|resources development, aid for Samuel J. Flickinger said new) Philip W. Breux, rns sor taling $110. Miss Payne told | Our state affairs should be, SALE Mon.Tues.Wed. ° ||| Wal Thom, 1206 You St. N.W. 
of achievement.” depressed areas, immigration members were being sought director, said this represente carried on vigorously in the |; Ne Phone orders on YWCA. 901 RI 

law amendments. disaster in- for the 10 existing posts in 161 new annual memberships police she “ate up” most of best tradition of Illinois going ; : i | ’ - . Ave. NW, 

| Presented by the Barristers’ 

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Sparkman said the “only : 1 | 
) ill and the Washington area and'in a month-long drive, com ts » jback to its founding, and in! 
Sa _ the money. “I love to eat,” jive with our great governors—|| MmAI@\Gdmm MeLULLaK 


fight” in it for Democrats might |... amendment. ‘efforts also will be made to pared to 144 gained in last 
develop on Johnson's recom-| Allott told a reporter: “establish new posts. year’s campaign. | said the 195-pound woman. Altgeld, Dunne, Horner, and, | 1320 Wilson Bivd. JAckson 4-1234 || | 


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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERA 
Al4 Sunday, Nowember 27, 1955 ae: 


U.S. ‘Prosperity Budget’ 


For Farmers Proposed 


By Gaylord P. Godwin 


MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 26 @ 
The Minneapolis Tribune says 
that the Agriculture Depart- 
ment plans a “conservation 
acreage reserve” program 
which will “provide for paying 
farmers up to $5000 a year for 
taking land out of production. 

Details of the proposal were 


United Press 


The Conference on Economic 
Development said yesterday the 
Department of Agriculture 
should be required to devise a 
“national prosperity budget”) 
for the Nation’s 5 million farms. | 

| Most other areas of the na-) 


Farm Outlook Sessions 


To Consider Problems 


By Gaylord P. Godwin ‘tional economy operate under 
United Press such a plan, it said, and farm 


The Agriculture Department) agricultural outlook, have been depressions will continue until | 
has called in its state extension published and distributed the farmers are guaranteed a 
economists to discuss and re-| widely. fair share of the consumer's 
view the agricultural outlook.| The problem of surplus dis- 4°llar. 

The economists, representing! posal, especially ‘through ex-| “Farmers are depressed pri- 
the department’s extension| ports, is high on the agenda.|™4rily — of their chronic} 
service in the 48 states ‘and|Gwynn Garnett, administrator wi a omg em — 
Puerto Rico, will meet tomor-|of the Foreign Agricultural P'#ce, %* said. elr organi- 


righted story from its Wash- 
ington bureau. 

The plan envisions Govern- 
ment expenditure of almost $1,- 
400,000,000 during the next 15 
years in a move to reduce farm 
production and promote soil 
conservation. 

Under the plan, the Govern- 
ment would pay the cost of in- 
stalling soil-conservation cover 
on land taken out of produc- 
tion. In addition, there would 
be payments up to $5000 an- 
‘nually to compensate for the 
‘value of crops not produced on 
the reserved land. 

Farmers would be permitted 
to take part in the program and 


Ps 3 oS 


told by the Tribune im a copy-| 


Benson Reported Eying 
‘Land-Reserve’ Program — 


istill use this reserved land for 
pasturing livestock. But acre- 
age put under this program 
would be in addition to acreage 
already. put in cover crops or 
left: fallow as a routine con- 
|Servation measure. 


The plan is identical to the 
one submitted for approval last 
| week to a top-level Agricultural 
commission which advises Sec- 
‘retary Ezra Taft Benson. It is 
expected to make its report on 
the plan by the middle of next 
month, 


The plan would cost $384 
million in its first year of opera- 
tion, the idea being to induce 
832,000 farmers to take more 
ithan 16 million acres out of 
production. 
| By 1969, the year when the 
plan would end if it is approved 
by Congress at the next session, 
more than a million farmers 
,would have taken 23 million 
acres from production of com- 
mercial crops for periods of 
from five to 10 years. 


row in the 33rd annual Agri-| zation does not permit them to 


Service, will discuss the out- 


look for exports and may en- 
large upon his appraisal of the 


cultural Outlook Conference.’ 
Half of the 3day meeting) 


stimulate consumption or ra- 
tionalize production and prices 
and incomes as others do. 


By Henry Rohiand. Staff Photographer —_— _ Faas eh 
| Joh Problem? 


> 


will be devoted to discussions| situation made recently 
of national and international’ 
economic trends, and the out- 


look for consumer demand and 


‘” * Trends in food distribution and 
speech at Cleveland. prices have cut their share of 
Garnett returned recently|the foodbasket dollar from 51! 
from a six-week's trip to 14/cents in 1947 to 40 cents now! 
supply at home and abroad. countries in Europe, Africa and pecause farm policy is not 
fon — nh nae be mag Asia. countering these disabilities.” 
vote 0 commodity Se€ss510N5. The study commit ) : 
Delegates in small groups will Church Leaders Ask ed by Leon H. nine ear 
discuss with department an- chairman of former $i 
alysts current trends, back- Surplus Food as Release Truman's Council of Sana 
ground informaticn, and inter- By Louis Cassels | Advisers, said its proposed 
pr | outlook statements United Press | Prosperity budget would: 
as they apply to major farm| Agriculture Secretary Ezra T.' “Project ahead, at least until 
products. Benson has under consideration | 1960, but with appropriate an- 
Aim of the conference is to|a personal plea by Unitedinual readjustments, inter-re- 
provide latest facts and figures/ States religious leaders to re-|lated goals for the expansion 
on current economic trends—/ lease more of the Government’s|of domestic food consumption 
both foreign and domestic—for| horde of surplus foods for relief|and exports; for corresponding 
state extension personnel to shipments to hungry families|adjustments in production; for 
use in carrying on their edu-| Overseas. ithe handling of surpluses; for 
cational work with farmers and; At an unpublicized meeting|the movement of farm income 
homemakers. jhere earlier this month, Ben-\and living standards toward 
those of a 


Key topics will cover an-|son promised church spokes-\parity with 
alysis of farm export prospects,;men he would take a “good,'groups: for strengthening th 
and appraisal of farm prices,| hard look” at their request. At'family-type farm: and for the 
farm costs, arid family living| the present time it is “still un-/jiquidation of ‘mass poverty’ in 
prospects. There will be an “er study,” an Agriculture De-|ryraj areas.” 
extensive review of the outlook| Pattment spokesman said yes-| These goals, it said, should 
for various commodities—cot-| *®™day. squared with over-all full 


»- [00 
, | However, the spokesman said, . 
ton, wheat, fruits, vegetables,/. , ‘employment goals in which' 
forest products, meat animals, t may be necessary to ask Con- land 


. : farmers moving off the 
poultry, potatoes, diary prod- al yr Aen ae oak of would get jobs in other occupa- 
ucts, fats and oils, wool, and! s.66 foods have been distri-|~°*- : 
various others. ' _| The plan would cost about 
buted to.the needy in 29 coun-' : 

The department already has' tries this year by such organ-|* per cent of the Federal budget 


provided a wealth of informa-| izations as Church World Serv-|°Y 1960, the committee said. It 
tion on farm income, the de- ice Catholic War Relief Serv-|SUsgested the Government start 
mand and ‘price situation, sur-|jces. the American Friends|5y restoring rigid 90 per cent 
pluses, and production and/Service Committee, the Amer-|°f péarity price supports and 
over-production. Digests of|icanJewish Joint Distribution|other tested devices for some 
these topics, as well as the’ Committee and CARE. crops, and work from that basis. 

; (President Eisenhower's farm 
program is geared to flexible 
supports). 

“As soon as feasible,” it said. 
“price supports should be used 
in combination with income or 
production payments. Any work- 
able system of income protec- 
tion must be meshed with ad- 
| ustments in acreage and other 

——- see to feasible lev- 

s of consumption. But income 

Associated Press rotection rather than income 

Sen. Estes Kefauver (D-;interest” was involved, and pos- senalties are conductive to such 

Tenn.), has announced his Sen-| sibly a violation of the law. | 


ate Antimonopoly Subcommit-| Kefauver said the AEC’s de- 
Find Out How 


Kefauver to Reopen Quiz 
In Dixon- Yates Contract 


By Frank Cormier 


tee will reopen hearings on the cision “amounts to a declara- 
repudiated Dixon-Yates con-\tion that the contract reeks 
tract because, in his words, with fraud.” 
“there is most certainly a crim-| Among witnesses to be called, 
inal side to this case.” Kefauver said, are Budget Di- 
In announcing that the in-|rector Rowland R. Hughes, 
quiry would be resumed next| Ralph Demmler, former chair- 
Friday, Kefauver said the Sub-|man of the Securities and Ex- 


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D.C.Opposes 
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ftigineer Commissioner 
Thomas A Lane said last night 
that District Commissioners 
were opposed at the present 
time to earmarking a percent- 
age of the general fund for 
school purposes. 

Lane said earmarking didn’t 
appear to be a solution to school 
problems. He pointed out that 
this couldn't be done without 
Congress giving up its detailed 
control of the school budget. 

For the same reason, a pro 
posal to establish a special tax 
or a portion of a tax such as 
the real estate for schools prob- 
ably wouldn't be feasible, Lane 
indicated, 


/EDUCATE—From P. I 


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‘Cincinnati, president of Proc 
ter & Gamble Co. 
| On Monday the delegates 
by Mr. Eisenhower through a 
‘sound film made at his Gettys- 
‘burg headquarters. 
| Vice President Richard Nixon 
will give the keynote address, 
followed by a talk by McElroy. 
Beginning Tuesday confer- 
ence participants will begin 
discussing six main topics on 
the agenda. They are: 
| What should our schools ac- 
complish? In what ways can 
\we organize our school systems 
‘more efficiently and economi- 
cally? What are our school 
building needs? How ean we 
get enough good teachers— 
and keep them? How can we 
‘finance our schools—build and 
operate them? How can we 
lobtain a continuing public in- 


: 


The Commissioner spoke and terest in education? 


was questioned by reporters! 


over WWDC program Report 
to the People. 

Lane said that the much- 
discussed new Potomac River 


Through a unique roundtable 
method, conference delegates 
will have a voice in preparing 
a report on each major topic. 
The reports will be presented 


bridge probably would be com-|to the assembly as they are fin- 


pleted in four years, or “maybe 
in three 
well.” 
The recent approval by the 
National Capital Planning Com- 


mission of a bridge near the) 


south end of Theodore Roose- 
velt Island should pave the way 
for approval by the Fine Arts 
Commission. the Theodore 
Roosevelt Memorial Associa- 
tion and the Interior Depart 
ment, Lane said. 

Lane said it was hard to as 
sess whether the recent state- 


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if everything goes | Already the strange confer- 


‘ence procedure which bans 
floor debate and voting, has 
‘been attacked as a device that 
may deter any real action on 
solving the Nation's school 
crisis. 

Beginning at 9 a. m. Tues- 
day delegates will begin talk- 
ing about the first work sub- 
lject. They will be seated at 180 
tables, ten to a table. 
| Participants at each table 
will represent varied ways of 


and observers will be welcomed | 


ment of Rep. Howard Smith (D-|life and experience because! 
Va.) that he still wants a tunnel|they will have been seated by'| 
instead of a bridge will hold up/|an automatic business machine. | 
bridge construction. To prevent delegates with the 


The Commissioners have not 
worked up any strategy to get 


same backgrounds from sitting 
together, cards describing par-| 


a payroll tax approved by Con-jticipants will be dropped into! 


Conference Faces S tark 
5 Report on School Crisis 


headed by Neil H. McElroy,'chairman, who draws up a re- 


port on what he thinks was the 
majority view at his table on 
the first discussion question. 

Next, these 180 chairmen 
move to 18 tables, 10 to a table, 
pick a chairman, and discuss 
the first subject. 

Then, each of these chair- 
men draws up a report on the 
majority view at his table. 
Then the 18 chairmen move to 
two tables, nine to a table. A 
chairman is picked at each 
table and the subject discussed. 
The two remaining chairmen 
get together and draw up a re- 
port of majority views at their 
two tables. This report is read 
to the 1800 conferees. 

The whole thing starts over 
again on question number two 
as the so-called “distillation” 
precess is carried through on 
each of the six subjects. 

The delegates’ reports will 
be transmitted without change 
to President Eisenhower. The 
conference committee also will 
submit a report to him after 
the meeting is over. Mr. Eisen- 
hower also will be sent reports 
of the findings of the previous 
state conferences. 

Union leaders will meet at 
the Statler Hotel today to dis- 
cuss ways of “saving” the con- 
ference. AFL and CIO confer- 
ence delegates fear the pro- 
posed procedure will choke off 
an “honest expression of opin- 
ion.”. They also fear that ade- 
quate Federal aid for school 
building :-will not be recom- 
mended. 

The AFL group will meet at 
1:30 p. m, today. and the CIO 
delegates at 2:30 p. m. Later 
the two groups will meet to 
gether. 

Actually, the conference 
comes at a time when the Ad- 
ministration is considering re- 
vising its proposal] for a Federal} 
aid program. Administration of- 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD. 
ee Sunday, November 37, 1955 A 


gress, Lane said. The tax, witb 
an estimated yearly revenue 
yield of $6 million, was recom- 
mended by the Commissioners’ 
Citizens Advisory this week. 


a machine and scrambled. ficials will watch with interest 
But this is only the begin-|the delegates’ report on this 
ning. Each table of 10 picks a’ subject. 


He pointed out that there 
would be justification for such' 


a tax in the District because of! 


the large number of people who 
work in the Distrief and are 
not subject to its taxes. 


McCarthy’s 
P. O. Choice 


‘Surprising’ 


PUC—From Page I 


*‘Last-Ditch’ Search 
For Transit Firm Begun 


of giving all applicants every (fares as unlawful because they 
opportunity to correct the defi-' were products of “negotiation” 
ciencies in their respective,|with CTC. New rates were put 
applications and to present a/jinto effect without hearings or 
feasible plan for mass transit| notice, contrary to a 1951 law. 


APPLETON, Wis Nov. 26 ®' 
Republican leaders in Sen. 
Joseph R. McCa.thy’s home 
town said ‘oday they were 
taken “completely by surprise” 
by the Senator's recommenda- 
tion of a an convicted of vio- 


Wisconsin’s junior Republl- 
ean Senator proposed the name 
of Thomas Miller, 57, as acting 


service,” according to Hayes. (according to Culver B. Cham- 

Hayes invited each applicant|berlain, George Spiegel, Wil- 
in for an immediate appoint-|liam P. Sullivan, who filed the 
ment. jcomplaint in District Court. 

To receive letters are Millard; Lloyd Harrison, PUC counsel. 
E. Tydings, former Senator|has maintained the 1951 law 
from Maryland, counsel for|was superseded by the 10955 
Baltimore investors; Morris|strike settlement law, which 
Fox, president, B and F Trans-|gave District Commissioners 
portation, Inc., 1249 New York | power to set fares and regulate 
ave. ne.; Max M. Kampelman,/|CTC service through next Aug. 
former assistant to Sen. Hubert | 14. 

Humphrey (D. Minn.); lL Wil-| Spiegel was attacking the 
liam Stempil of the Washington |1955 law. Under its provisions, 


postmaster. But Al Zupek, 
county GOP ehairman, said 
McCarthy had not consulted 
him or any other committee 
member about- the appoint- 
ment. 
Zupek added that there is no 
“eontroversy” between the Sen- 
ator and the local party 
chieftains, just “some fuffied 
feathers over the nmanner in 
which Sen. McCarthy chose 
to make his announcement.” 
The appointment of Miller 
was announced this week by 
McCarthy's office in Washing- 
ton. Then newspapermen dis- 
covered that Miller, a former 
tavernkeeper, had been con- 


Rapid Transit System, Inc. and |regulation without hearings or 
Gregory Hankin, former PUCinotice of findings deprives 
member of the Metropolitan 'transit riders of due process 
Transit Cooperative. of law, Spiegel maintained. 
Meanwhile, a group of transit! A previous Spiegel suit, up- 
riders sued the PUC, CTC andiheld by the Supreme Court, 
District Commissioners to setirequires the PUC to explain 
aside current bus and streetcar |to the United States Appeals 
fares. Court how it arrived at fares 
A 20-cent cash fare, 19-cent'set in 1954, elearly under the 
token and 90-cent permits at) 1951 law. 
10 cents a ride were set last! If Spiegel can overturn the 
Aug. 21, as part of a strike set-|1955 law in the current suit, 
tlement. Bus and streetcar'then he will have destroyed 
operators then had been on Harrison's argument that ques- 
strike for 52 days. tions about fares set under 
The suit has attacked the/ 1951 rules are moot. 


victed im 1941 on charges 
of violating the Federal pro 
hibition laws and in 1946 and 
1950 for violation of Wisconsin 
gambling laws. 

Records of the United States 
District Court for Eastern Wis 
consin show that Thomas Muil-| 
ler was convicted on Jan. 24, 
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fined $300 and sentenced to six opposes the Gray Commission) dren were routed from their 2- 
months in the House of Correc-| recommendation that a Consti-|story frame home early yes 
tion but June 18, 1931, the fine tutional Convention be held ‘to|terday by flames which caused 
was reduced to $100 and was! «jiminate the ban against use of|an estimated $5000 damage to 
paid. ‘ |State funds for private schools.| the building. a) 
Miller refused today to com-| irs James F. Fort, league| The blaze broke out shortly 
ment on the convictions, and | president, said the members of| after 8 a. m. in an upstairs bed- 
—_ pepe also declined the six Alexandria wnits de-| room of the house occupied by 
ent. termined in meetings on Mon-| Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Cheslo- 
Republican Chairman 7 upek, | gay and Tuesday their opposi-|sky at 5715 Denfield rd. 
however, said that if the party | tion to the change, and directed! Mrs. Cheslosky said her ¢ 
had been asked to make a rec-|the president to express their| year-old son, Bernard, was 
ommendation on the appoint-| views first to spot the flames. He 


ment, “Tom Miller would have eg 
been given equal consideration The league president said | called to his mother, who then 


with all other candidates.” 

Miller has been active in vet- 
erans affairs and social work 
and was Farm Census Director 
for eastern Wisconsin in 1954 
and 1055. 


Packinghouse 
Workers Get 
Pay Boost 


About 300 Washington-area 


meat packing employes will re-| 


ceive 14 and 15-cent-an-hour 
wage increases as the result of 
a new contract negotiated be- 
tween Local 393, Amalgamated 
Meat Cutters and Butcher 
Workmen, AFL, and Briggs & 
Co. 

The contract, to run for one 
year, provides a Iié4cent in- 
crease for men and a l5-cent 
boost for women. It establishes 
a new minimum of $1.69 for 
men and $1.61 for women, Al- 

rt G. Gray, secretary-treas- 
urer of the local, said. 

He said the new agreement 


eontinues the guaranteed work | 


they were strongly opposed to! hurried the four children, rang- 


changing that section because it 
would affect the public school 
system and would pose a serious 
threat to maintainence of our 
educational system. 


‘Warren to Give 


Library Reading 


ing in age from 2 to 8, into the 
street. Her husband had left 
earlier. 

The Rockville Volunteer Fire 
Department confined the 
flames to the second floor. 
Cause of the blaze was not de- 
termined. 


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Robert Penn Warren, Pulitzer | 
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poet, will read from his work- Four Army generals, retiring 
in-progress and his published'from top staff positions, will 
writings, at 8:30 p. m. Monday|be honored with a farewell 
‘in the Coolidge Auditorium of | ~ nae ~ Hla tr lf pe 
the Library of Congr “— 4p. m. Wednesday at Ft. Myer, 
The reading will be the ya 
fourth in a series of programs' They are Maj. Gen. Bertram 
sponsored by the Gertrude|F. Hayford, deputy chief of 
larke Whittal Poetry and/itransportation, who has over 
Literature Fund. Tickets for 37 years of service; Maj. Gen. 
the reading may be obtained, Joseph 1, Martin, special as 
for a service charge of 25 cents, ' sistant to the surgeon general, 
at the Snow Concert Bureau, more than 37 years; Maj. Gen. 
1108 G st. nw., beginning at 9 Leslie E. Simon, office of the 
a. m. Wednesday. chief of ordnance, over 31 
Warren, who has been pro- years service, and Brig. Gen. 
fessor of poetry at Yale Uni- William E. Crist, office of the 
versity since 1950, is a former Army chief of staff, with more 
poetry consultant to the Li- than 35 years of service. 
brary of Congress. He won the | 
Pulitzer Prize for “All the 
Kings Men.” 


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a eae a o Mrs. Buchanan Dead; (errr Mines Burd 
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era Daerr Buchanan, 53, rooted in the heavily unionized a 40-year-old World War II hero | go): wc OSEPH C. On Friday Warner E are, Ms 


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served as her husband's ri nt-| burgh, her native McKeesport, | p ' : | ~ ; 
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‘making communities. On occa-| Tender. ‘ons Bros mT: 
Yule Sho in S Aason career and ‘sions when the Truman Admin-| ._Malmed, who entered the} 000 Bone ry. se. on Monday, Novem- a eet tt Be en 
~ then cam ‘istration differed with organ- _Army as a private in May, 1941, tional Memorial Park Cemetery, Falis tai . ' ot Myles B 
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| ad Downtown streets brimmed his death, died & ger to the political cockpit P!tal. ~"y 
Cha rwonanr ls Robhed with shoppers yesterday as big yesterday in »% when she and her bethand One of his feats had oc- 
store merchants took readings McKee Teed " | ‘came to Washington in the mid-/CUrred in the Orleans sector in 
¥ : a n SicKeesport, she was e nh nes an aike t the ¢ r ne. F 
Of Chi istmas Savin S record Christmas shopping sea-|the family said ” First Lady while her ate fe with a German colonel for 23) 3h “Mondas “Novemben ah ot” 3G) OLSON, VIOLET. on 
son.” ew! had son was mayor from 1942 to 1946,|hours. When Malmed returned! ?,,™ Relatives ano iriends invited.| VIOLE . 
ive sai suffering from t was ini to the American side, he was em a Ae Te ss ¢ e. nw 
A S6year-old woman was| he was beaten by three men ©¢ Store executive said pur-)) ‘siterd. Mies, Buchanan eat beni aes Gale tee followed by 150 enemy soldiers. | “ASLIN. JAMES M. SR. On. r of. Mrs, 
robbed yesterday of $140 she| and robbed of a small amount Cbases were running ahead of)ing to the Associated Press. |in 1929 g ; foveniner 26,1905, JAMES M_ CAS-| Thelma Moore. Miri. Adelaide Dict mts 
had withdrawn from a bank on! of cash Friday night at 3d st. the comparable Saturday after; Democratic Representative; [In Washington, she served Joseph Craig Bolling a. beloved husband ot tines ne 
chery Hy rline-+ Brcomrd-ve-a +R map tage Bal gun em Thanksgiving last year—“We're|from the 33d_ Pennsylvania\ay secretary to her liberal-| ; | | 
ents for her ll grandchildren. | He told police the men asked of to ao record year.” District, Mrs, Buchanan was!minded’ Congressman-husband Joseph Craig Bolling, 52, a per ' > +e Re 4 we funeral home on Mone 
Police said the victim, Mrs.|him for a_ cigarette, then fe said his downtown de-|stricken last June while at-| Not long after her special sonnel officer for the Govern-) Grimm. He also is survived by ro} Arlington National Cemetery 
Esther V. Mitchell, of 649 Con-| grabbed and beat him and partment.store showed a great-|tending a session of Congress.\election, she became a grand-| ent since 1932, died Friday of Nailer. Puneral Home, 3200 Rh PATTERSON, WITLIAM JAMES. On 
don ter. se. was carrying the|threw him into an alley. Heer percentage increase Friday|She was admitted to the Be-|mother. This, too, had political|*, @@%t attack at Providence  serai'on Puesday. November 2) Mass| urban Hospital, Witliaw JAWE 
money in a purse snatched by) was treated at Casualty Hospi-jnver its sales on the corre-|thesda Naval Hospital and/ overtones. . | Hospital. He had recently under- + t St. Josep atholi of 3916 1 
an 18year-old boy in front of| tal for a cut on his chin. lsponding Friday last year than|later transferred to McKees-- One of the twin daughters,|2°"® ® Operation for a lung c. 
3849 8th st. se. Police said the ithe suburban outlets Friday port. Joan. married William M. Ca. cancer ; ) oomasare 
woman is employed as a char- Man Asked for Match ‘showed over theirs. | At the time of her transfer,'yalcante, son of Anthony Ca Mr. Bolling was assistant per-| !=s¢ cops | 
woman in the Woodward Build T} B bhed Still another official said he it was reported Mrs. Buchanan|yalcante, former Representa- sonnel! director for overseas pro- DAMMANN. EMELINE 1. On Saturday 
ing at 15th and H sts. nw ven Beaten, Robbe ‘thought it “significant” that|was recuperating from pneu-|tive from Pennsylvania. Jane,\cUTe™ment in the Army Depart-| jorshel"eireuine L. DaMMANN ot 
The robber was described as; Earl Robinson, 48, listed by Mr. and Mrs. Washington were |monia. the other twin. now Mrs. John ™emt at the time of his death 1906 N st. nw. beloved wife of Pran- | 
white, about 5 feet 10 inches police at 1220 Wylie st. ne., was|buying “better quality mer-| The pretty, dark-eyed woman —, Thomas Jr., became her A native of Little Rock, Ark., win ebtir gf Ties Parner, Wellies lounsees @ussin ¢ os 
and slender. |beaten and robbed of a small'chandise” than in recent years.;WwOn a special election after mother’s secretary. he graduated from the Univer allas.|" "on Novembe E., of 8 
amount of cash early yesterday; Other store executives pep-|her husband's death in 1951, Speaking of granddaughter |S'*Y of Arkansas and did news (fre 
3 Attack and Rob after two men stopped him in pered their observations with|and then went on to be re-/Kristie Cavaleante, Mrs. Buch-|P@PeT work in Missouri before 
Arli YW front of his home and asked'such words as “tremendous” |elected twice in her own -right'anan would say that she was |©°™1ng to Washington. He was : . 
ssa. atone for a match. Robinson, who was and “great” and “very out-|—all in the vigorous campaign ithe only child who had had|@ member of Kappa Sigma, [set will be offered at 10 sm. i Wednesda Raseniae & nw. oi 
Norman Ambrister, 34, listed |treated at Casualty hospital for standing.” style of Frank Buchanan. three grandparents in Con-| Fraternity. ~*y ner Inter: iene Shinaten Wetienst Go 
by police at 800 N. Barton st.jcuts on the head, said one However brisk. the day was) “We were a very close-knit gress. | His first job here was as pe on _ , PRIOR. mean 
Arlington, reported yesterday man struck him with a stick. not quite as heavy sales-wise as family,” she explained when In February, 1952. shortly sonnel director for the Civilian . s- 3 = x A CBE Goopacrs. Bud- 
+ canoe cap mena .. | Friday, stores reported. she took her oath as Congress- after trouncing her two male|Conservation Corps. He late: nr 3 a ws “ pine a fesidence of. he cpeurhier, 
Police and parking lot opera--WO™man midway in 195l.;opponents by a combined 3 to| worked for the Civil Service > ge 1. RD | a id Bladensburg road, Sliver Sprin 
‘tors who kept an experienced “Frank’s death was a great 1 margin, she was in a serious Commission. ) , 
Postiude ‘thumb on the pulse of the shop- shock. I decided-to run be-\automobile accident on the! Survivors include his wife 
ping tide said the throngs de-|cause I wanted to see the things Pennsylvania Turnpike. Florence Packwood Bolling, who 
scended on the stores an hour he believed in carried on.” In between politi¢s and legis- teaches English at Suitland High -- & 
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6e -onk it wy ping parker stayed downtown CC f <q" } PD mons Brothers funeral hom: ' ; 
To see Anna Russell conk) does it, you might not fhink you three instead of two hours, he ap e® kW mit l ites at é é ; 1661 Good Hope rd. se., with! < ¥, father ewis M. Godtrey| ire, Md. 


the conductor of the National | had to see and hear it for your- . 
said. ,burial at National Memorial 


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ow goes gong ayer vena J ’ Police Traffic Division apes | NV / - . | Park, Falls Church. | hambers Puneral H $801] on Tuesday. Nove 
Pigs , or William J. Liv said | s“A/ nodaw. team or ae eee ee) ant Bi 
thus dispatching him from his; The conductar who was 80 - ' dest Riese age Prong Ci edical Officer ; , ——_ stem Mationel G oe Burial St. Anthony Cem 
he 0 behold! . , Frame, pedestrian and venic _— Richard D. Turpen : STUDDS, ANNIE BR. On Se 
mare and then t rude-and-crudely forced off the ler was the heaviest he has | | 3 
her leap onto that same podium platform was not the orches- on a ‘ nis | oes . at 
and, still armed with the mop, 'tra’s regular conductor, Howard ines Satarter rt set eae ant Capt. Charles Gordon Smith) officer of the Third Naval Dis- former civilian employe of thi 
lead the entire orchestra in/Mitchell. It was Lioyd Geisler, more than on a normal Satur- (USN, ret.), 77, who served 38 trict in New York City Army Department, died Thurs 
the closing MCASUTCS of — customarily first trumpet of the day, Liverman estimated, and years in the Navy Medica] He is survived bv his wife day night after attending the 
Se ogre - ogg oc ct — orchesrta, who was the sah 25 to 30 per cent above the|Corps, died Thursday at Oak the former Elizabeth Chappeli 22™U4! charity ball of the Elks 
za is to Mve—iangerousiy. ming’s guest leader. It's toug corresponding Saturday last! -» . Knoll Naval New Washington Lodge No. 15 
The danger lies in the fact| on a man to have a gal lay into year. ) : Hospital, Odak- . ee azmndon, sh ga Ae Mr. Turpen suffered a heart 
that Anna Russell does this|him thataway the very first)’ pirty policemen, instead of} land, Calif. He daughter, Mrs. Karl F. Von- attack on-the way home and 
sort of thing as a finale to her time he takes over the baton at the customary 15 to 20, waved! had been ill Klatt of Kensington, Md.: two died in front of his house at 
act with orchestra, by which|a grown-up affair. The orches-|tramc through downtown inter-| ™ since suffering sons. Edward Harvey of Rich. | 5629 Piney Branch rd. nw 
time you are likély to be/tra under Mr. Geisler played sections. | a a stroke more maet ond Charles Gord He had worked in the office 
ieveled in your own seat and|the Fledermaus Overture, the) Fathers and mothers, with| ge than two years . *e rOFGOR ‘of the deputy chief of staff for 
It's so exhausting Juliet, dances from Smetanas shopped beneath colorful inte-| | “3 A native of ter, Mrs. Hendree P. Simpson his retirement, he worked a 
It all happened last night in Prodana _Nevesta, and the rior store decorations of red | = Culpeper, Va., of Arlington, and three grand- an estimator for The Washing _— 
Constitution Hall where “La| Roman Carnival of Berlioz. 'rihhoning, tinsel and Christmas| Capt. Smith re-|children. Private funeral serv- ton Waterproofing Co , irs. deck Hazsard. Edward) Cemete 
Stupenda,” as I like to think|*"0ter time would be far fgures. | ceived his med-|ices will be held at Arlington; Mr. Turpen, a. Washington’ ; M ce ambers TURPEN, RICHARD 
of Miss Russell in my inner-/more Just for discussing Capt. Smith ical degree National Cemetery. resident since 1918. became an : a inte ‘RD Dr’ * 
most thoughts, was what the Geisler the conductor. ) | (1917 photo) from the Uni- ‘Old Timer, a life member, in| 2 Washington National Cemetery.| 
orchestra laughingly called the} As a straight man for Maria Amnesia Feared beady of Virginia in 1899 and Flat-Foot Wait _— ae see oe yen ! ge ge ~ ee ~— Et, 
evening’s “guest” artist. It’s the Callas’ unrecognized rival, he ipromptly entered the Navy alters His only mmedi te survivor 
kind of guest who gives us| W45 first rate. So was Wallace As Dog Flees |Medical Corps, retiring as a LONDON (INS)—The worst 1s his WwW ife, (Sertrude Lew s Bo mt | ! KAY ' . 
ether guests such a hard time. |Mann, the.fret—flutist, who" . captain in 1937 to live in Los gas feet belong not to beat. rurpen. Funeral services wil 1 AL bd mother of Chertes| Mendsy, Noveg 
tions. too. like the time Miss/| usually play with coloratura 4 j During World War I Capt./head waiters. British ortho- Ines rapel, 2901 th st. nw. os :. Pri mas CHARI 
Russell described the modern |sopranos, which Russell is not. | ‘Smith was in charge of a base|pedic surgeon, David LeVay, ¥™ burial in Rock Creek! hiv, Md. | ? . in bie 
orchestra as a matter of|It was a stem-winding evening.| Mrs. Craig Wesley of 625 Al- hospital in the British Isles. He | writing in the Family Doe Cemetery, | stives and friend 
“scrape, bang, and blow.” To lison st. nw. thinks her missing later served in Cuba, Honolulu,|tor, claimed this was because | qited. Interment Ari ngton Natio 
gee Miss Russell is to know her. Byrd Leaves by Air English cocker spaniel, Pepper,|Panama, Puerto Rico andj|head waiters “spend the whole Deaths Elsewhere LOC ae 
To hear her is to wonder if a may be an amnesia victim. through the United States,/day ankledeep in plushy car- os ear HAYS, COL. MARVIN (@M, USA). Sud- 
you were ghee pay a For New Zealand ai as gy Bese ge iw ares winding up as senior medécal pets.” Herman Steiner, 50. former v5. ot Pt Belys z- peven per at | , 
gor your ticket, knowing ali the : : : ’ rT 'United States chess champion, i of eee Be Bares. bus: ah el | 
time that you would gladly SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 26 was struck by a neighbor's auto-| lof a heart attack following a| Mews + Pug father ot RBs. R. T. PICKRE! 
double the amount if neces-|(7»—Rear Adm. Richard E. Byrd |mobile near their home Wednes- Itournament game for the Cali-| Grover Sra Tavjor. Mrs. UPTON, GEORGE WALTER. 


Bary. or New/|4a@y night as he dashed across N ti | Ww t} S » fornia State Chess Champion- 
And to listen to her takeoff moti grag gy Maratea” *: street in response to & a Lona ea Ler h ummar, ship in Los Angeles. ; | 
ef some “Madame Chairman”) 4 a '|whistle from Dawn Wesley, 10.| Y | 
of the Tuesday Afternoon Club Deepfreeze,” the United States’ |Apparently not too badly in- oi Wigshington ang Ares: Today—Some| Visibility—Good | Dr. Walter L. Hildburch. 79 
for the Betterment of Music in| first attempt to locate a perma-|jured, Pepper picked himself) Monday—partly cloudy and colder. . aceamartare trom normal vyesterday— art collector and connoisseur » full “military hor 
its Annual Concert to Benefit nent settlement in the Ant-|“P and fled yelping. nthe and aatmer hich io ton ae ea - nce 1 N 955 oF m-\and one of the greatest bene ratigements by Rinaldi 
ag Ellis ee eben page arctic oo ane a ceaaee mountains and 50 to S6 in the rest of | | n vlat ee ke 29 _ degrees factors, of Leoten : pone sia HIGDON, THOMAS W 
o remember vivi e , forkers ve n e colder, with snow flurries in the moun-| >... . ' , Se inch a ana ert Museum in London . ee ee wee, ou 
ems times you, too, ines been| “4 crowd of well-wishers Was |jocate him, Mrs. Wesley said,  Vircinis: Today—Some cloudiness and|, Temperature one year igh | as ‘&) William L. and Thomas| | 
introduced to various musical/on hand at San Francisco Inter-|and she fears Pepper's encoun- rr igh, to 50 in -|dearees: low. 31 dearer Dr. Thomas A. Prick, 54, dean | 
organizations by someone who| national Airport as Byrd and|ter with the car may have de-| state dev—Partiy , reg ny” phe wp” rise of oe oan ~ 
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made a speech for you. | ) stroyed his sense of direction. | 474 turning cold : 
jmembers of his party boarded |i, was wearing a green collar Southwest. 10 to 20 miles an F ing a heart attack in Cumber- | 
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lyears until his retirement in —, 43 Oi? ouston + jportiand. Me: 33 4 °° | Unveiling ggg a CF Rca 
11954, died of arteriosclerosis ke t Y odianapolis 44 2 igh ; ' GOLDSTEIN, MEYER. There will be am) Worn Wiluam ir. se vA 5 ee? hed + mpspentd of 
yesterday af Mt. Alto Hospital. |B: “4 38 if --—— ce a 3: - ae a,| Bpyeiling in. memors he ia ; ; 
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A World War I Marine |< : + — 2 ak 2s } $2 15| memory of the inte MAX, OZEN-| terment Woo 
Corps veteran and native of Minneapolis $3) 21 5... | Wichita 6 36 | fowentnat ane sether of Charles M Pw, ents | 
Cockeysville, Md., Mr. Caslin |Bajias 32 = Me ge ane os Rosenthal, Mine Rosenteld Lillian | JONES. GRACE 
studied accounting in Balti-| , 
more and attended Columbus = 7 
law school here. | 
Survivors include his wife, in Memoriam 


the former Sylvia Blair from r bayes. wWeises 5. a re) = ee oe cee he onantr ‘on tne 
: o! lepartec Gcacc’ i. ca. I where servi m & Heid : . or M of y » 
Monmouth, IIl.; two sons, Rich- aw er a l ] n DAVIS, on his birthday, Novembd on Monday, Novem! go at 6.45 int "AP 
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James M. Caslin Jr. of River- . ‘come again. L, On Thuree 

‘dale; two brothers, two sisters aS 0 rice he day loved so wel Ee | £24. 1955, EMANURL : 

and two grandchildren. eee Our love for you fo tell. Garner) of 3625 Columbus ar, 
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WOODY, BESSIE THOMAS. On Thurs. 
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A.requiem mass will be of- pon Your grave today. 
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fered at 10 a. m. Tuesday at St. “Heaven tome ¢ ao 
Joseph's Catholic Church, Your devoted daughter 


Texas, Ma. with, vuriat i Cost Does Not Determine jee .t2"A2% ict ae cae ee 
O’Brien Rites Held The Degree Of Service - 4217 Sth st. ne sieate 


VA ia - 
Hortorary pallbearers for the 

funeral yesterday of Robert : . Sa . 
iLineoln O’Brien, who died Of 1000 Consecutive Gawler Funerals —- F BMITH. whe LITHGOW, ALICE ©. On Satur 
| Wednesday, were Hiram Bing- Pp" Over Two-Thirds Cost Less Than $750 ~~ November 21 “Ee rens hate eee ite), ALICE C. LITHGOW. ¢ 
‘ham, Edward B. Burling, Wil- ving memories never die, | Mother of Anns 1. Bartlett and sisi 
| iam R. Castle, Robert B. 159 cost under ....... $300 in my heart @ memory is kepl si the Simmons Bros. Funera) Home.| 8%. November. 2: 
‘Choate, John W. Davidge, Henry fi. » I love and can nes | 3061 Good Hope road se. of s . oe oe 
\Grattan Doyle, Carroll Glover, 234 cost ............$301 to $550 our loving husband y. 
Joseph Grew, Arthur Crock, 283 er Pewee obs .$551 to $750 ay ou ae a ; MORITZ, DAISY I er Batu tay Nor =. —DEATHS~— 
ee pores | Bigs “oy 258 cost .............$751 to $999 Card of Chauks | Falls Church. Ve, DAISY 1 MOKITZ . 

; : loved sis its. Raymond 1 : mneouncement of 
aenet,, febe Lane 0 Sean, Vee 66 cost over ..............$1,000 Peapod, BARBARA ABT. Nevis! Saati Seen pene Le Services by Chambers 


A won erful ift especiall for rand- : .* *-* ress : : P ic { er 
d & y a g |coran Thom and Eliot Wads- ine mane friends and neighbors ho aister, Mri , mon 1 Holden, 311] Donnarumma 


worth. ed their kindness to us ne ¢ . 2 November Leopold. Cavt 
mother and dad—Aunt May and Uncle Ed. | conveyed thelr kindny us daring) 26 pi uber | - Leopold. Cant. — | 
y Active pallbearers for the grandmother BARBARA MARY KID. sional Cemetery. ee Harris, Richard L. 
2 , services, held at All Souls’ Uni- ; of service 3 HER CHILDREN AND |MULLIGAN, EDWARD FRANCIS. a es 
Visit us in our new location, see for yourself, our (}{tarian Church, were Lincoln @ ceniury GRANDCHILDREN Tuesday. “November 22 1983 
~ . . iY Rri L. M. Under- LIFF. ELLA. The family of BELLA LIFP mo . iips 
uisite portraiture, so moderately priced. Call for | |O’Brien, Robert ishes to thank all her friends for| ™“4%~.» | FRANCIS & A 7 
_— _ . y P ; ) ‘hill, Frederic Collins, Paul aie ware manda Ten aan an of 431 irive, k | 
your appointment now and avoid that last-minute | Leach, John Pratt and Paul butions to various funds her mem- ‘ 
ass CEDAR HILL—Crolce sites: sac. for 
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rush. Open Sundays, 11-2; Thursdays till 9, by ap- (Jf, Wooten. JOSEPH |SMARP, MES. SUE. We win to thank a ie she Goren be 
pelanee Harriett Chilton °g Ri emer attaerwtetie| peat ahh deat (ound 08 ota 
NAtionat 8-8700 Harriett H. Chilton, widow of SONS, INC. | gar recens loss of ou dear wile and) said on ‘inonday. Meventer 36, at SEX, CEMETERY SITES — Coder Mul 
¢ Charles B. Chilton of Reming- FUNERAL DIRECTORS | MARY Siok BALL (Devstiers | Shere ‘Teasiem “maan will’ be otiered | 
zh ton, Va., died Friday at Char- “The Finest Costs No More” Died iatives nd iriend: “i i Inter: Funeral Directors 
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lottesville. | BENSON, CHARLES FE. On Saturday. No- ERT T. On Friday, Novem-| J. WILLIAM LEE’S SONS CO. 
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alTis Win | Samuel B. Chilton, 1756 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE N.W. CHARLES #. BENSON ot ‘hoo Mac-| formerly of 2466 Tunlew rq ay. ibe:| = = CREMATORIUM 
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Walter lL. Nielsen, father-in- 


Geo (just west of the White House) on uretince or ten ae : of Mrs M Nielsen, 
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Shower or shine coats at savings! / Wanted Sportswear at value-prices! 


Misses’ Reg. 5.99 Washabl 
Black and Brown W atch-Plaid For the half-size figure! sses eg asnabdie 


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Misses’ Raincoats iz Women’s Dresses eae ad ee 


roomy pockets. Assorted colors. 4’ 
Sizes 10 to 18. Farmous Make! 


3” ] ‘a 
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duroys, rayon-acetates in many y for $3 


twit that is water repellent—yet lovely vif | 
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enough for sunny days! Rayon velvet col- . + ) ) f i 
pring rey, aqua, blue and plenty o ; Women's Irregs., firsts of 7.99 Hi-bulk inter 


lars, matching hats. Rayon lined. 8 to 18. | 
7 navy, in sizes 144% to 241. lock erlon cardigans. 40 te 46 4.97 


Irregs., firsts of 1.99-2.99 Cotton blouses in 
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Misses’ Cozy Cotton Quilt Women’s 1.99 Women’s Irregs., av 1.19 Pumps! Straps! Women’s 


Dusters : Embroidery trimmed 
>" Cotton Flannel Gowns a8 ‘ Seamless | exh om | Sample Shoes 


$ - 7 in smart new shades, 82 to 10/4. No $ 
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Soft cotton quilt that’s warm and cuddly! De- 
High, medium, 


lightful prints, trimmed with contrasting solids. * Dainty nylon embroidery trims these . = 2. | Irregs. of 89 ‘ 
Deep handy pockets. Black, red, blue, pink, Me long sleeve, fully cut warm gowns. , . low heels with 
aqua. Sizes 12 to 20. F Pink and peach in sizes 34 to 40. Full Fashion Nylon Hose ' leather and 
4 Women’s 1.99 Multi- panies slips, pink . suede uppers. 
No-Iron Cotton Dusters 4 32-40 in group . 2 tor $3 15 denier, 5] gauge sheer, clear prs. $] le, ‘ brow rn, 
nylons. 844 to 10). ack, navy, 
No-iron quick drying cotton in solids, stripes, 9 | Women’s 1.99 Shadow panel plisse | y 
checks, prints. Small, medium and large. " and cotton slips, 32-40 ..... 2 for $3 


Boys’ Snug Nightwear at Savings! FARLY BIRD SPECIALS! = Tot Girls’ and Boys’ Exceptional Buys! 
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green, 4-4 ’. 


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WOMEN'S HANDBAGS—irreos., firsts. Plas- Tot girle—Solids and prints with whirly 
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wool mixture gloves, mittens. Colors. * 47e 


MISSES’ SWEATERS—lrregs., firsts. 100% 
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Every little boy loves a cozy Beacon 
Cloth robe! These famous robes are 


of warm acetate and cotton in hand- 


WOMEN’S BOOTS—High and flat heels. Red, 
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Winter fabrics. 22 and 23 sizes $1 Gift Suits 
MISSES’ KNIT SUITS—irregs., firsts. 100% . - thy 
BOYS’ UNION SUITS. Irregs. Cotton wi i a a 


wools, Slipever, cardigans. 10-16. $4 short sleeves, short legs. Small 39 contrasting cotton knit polos. 


WOMEN’S PAJAMAS—Tailored style cotto : ; . Also, corduroy slacks with flan- 
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broadcloth in blue and maize. 34 to 38. 1,59 ton polos in color. Broken sizes 25¢ 2.8. 


some jacquards and bright plaids. 
Sizes 6 to 14. Every one washable! 


Boys’ Reg. 2.49 


Gift Pajamas PLISSE PRINT GOWNS—Assorted prints in BOYS’ STRETCH HOSE. Irregs. Nylon stretch ee 
full cut, well made gowns. Pink, bive hose. One size fits all 25¢ Tot Girls 89c Slips 


maize. 42-44 $1 MEN'S DRESS HOSE. Cottons and rayons in 
Cotton with lace trim, built 


te BABY DOLL PAJAMAS—Cute challis short winter colors. Broken sizes 10¢ shoulders, White, sizes 4 to & 2 fer $Y 
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Colorful cotton flannel in stripes and SA e GIRLS’ NYLON ANKLETS — pacers roken sizes. Sold as is S 
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forized ‘for not more than 1% residual “SS m group. 10¢ denim. Broken sizes $1 = 
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denier, $1 gauge. 84-10%. . 39¢ leathers. 6% to 10 in group. $2 ' 


Regularly 2.99-3.99 


Girls’ Dresses 


Value Priced Men's Wear for Gifts—for Yourself! SLIPCOVER SALE! 9 & +. 


Regularly 2.39 
Men’s Long. Sleeve Enchanting dresses for Christmas in lovely 
new styles, new colors. Al in crisp, wash- 


Cotton Flannel | te, we te oe ONLY able cottons! Light and dark colors, 7 to 14. 


Sport Shirts | EE 99 
— 3 2.99-3.99 Girls’ Skirts 


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Warm cotton flannel in many colors a corduroy, rayon failles. 7-14. 2 for $3 yf 
and bright patterns. Two-way col- ; Reg. 5.99-7.99 Chairs 


lars, breast pocket. Sizes Small to . ee 1.39 Girls’ BI 

Large. ‘ el ee a Reg. 8.99-11.99 Sofas : we Gremees 
ES . : Crisp eottons in assorted styles, 

Reg. 7.99 Studio - Davenos ee: eee Sh Pe: ee 


trims. 7-14, 


Men’s 4.99—All Wool 
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: day of this great sale! Florals, two-tones, coordinates, solids and plaids. 
: Children’s Slippers 


Pure wool in the wanted button- _ Not every style in every color and pattern but im chairs you can choose—~ 


front style with two large pockets. club, semi-modern, modern, Lawson, Wing T, club, Cogswell, platform, 

Fully cut fot comfort and long wear. ; Felt booties with zipper fronts, soft oft $% 

Assorted colors. Small to Large. jumbo. In sofas—choose regular, 76 in., 84 in., midget, jumbo, 3-cushion soles. fl, and blue in sizes 5% 
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Als Sunday, November 27, 1955 : 


YOUR FAVORITE STARS PERFORM FOR 


Fabulous Eddie Gallaher and the music of | Music, songs and a contest too are brought Galen Drake provides a very pleasant bit 
to you by Billy Johnson—9:30am,4:35 pm. of mid-morning conversation at 9:55 am, 
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Sta rt your day with Mark E'vans al 5:30am 
—enjoy your best neighbor at 3:35 pm, too. _ the times—7:45 am, 5:00 pm and 11:30 pm, 


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his investigative talents at 8:15 pm. sprogramthathitsacomedy high-9:05 pm. _ for those friends Amos '’n’ Andy—9:30 pm: entertainment for all ages at 10:00 pm. 


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3 THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES H nN 3 , 
_A20 Sunday, November 27, 1955 mae Wir th Says H Ls Lang ley Stand: 


Arlington Indorses [ot oor fe Hinged oP arkway "| the hecht co 


the National Park Service, said finished. clared. 


yesterday he will not support) Wirth said yesterday that he CIA formally Has asked: 


* , 
CTA Site at L the selection of the Langley, will make up his mind an the NCPC to approve the Langley 
Va., site for the Central Intel- Langley sjte, as a member of\site. The National Capital Re- 
ligence Agency’s proposed new the National Capital egg gioial Planning Council may 


“ ie: Commission, on the basis o 
headquarters “merely” in order |...janning factors alone.” meet Dec. 5 to consider what 


By Connie Feeley 

Stam Reporter | to speed completion of the) And, in fact, he added, if|@dvice it will give on the sub- 

The Arlington County Board 4 George Washington Memorial Langley ultimately is chosen, ject, and NCPC will meet Dec. 

yesterday indorsed Langley. MMi SH pexseea Be, aca apteeectnieeceelangtns, ie wit CLA ae 
; , ™” | : , 8 high on its agenda. 

Va., as site for the proposed | ; Congress authorized $8.5 mil- the parkway above and beyond| Under the. law, CIA must 

$50-million Central Intelligence! | lion for completion of the long-'the Par Service’s normal park- seek the advice of the planning 

Agency headquarters by a 4-to-1| " im -* planned parkway on the Vir- Way needs.. agencies but need not follow 

‘. y _? “We won't let this construc- it in choosing a site for its pro- 


vote : , : , ginia side of the Potomac from tien sed Tas ~ 
ee 3 its present terminus near Key ion uce our parkway pro- posed “little Pentagon. 


“If Arlington were to attain' © se ; | 
.* ee Bridge to the Langley site op- ay ; 


nothing more than completion; # mee Pome : 
ee * posite Glen Echo, if CIA de. 


of George Washington highway | Nie eg : : 
as a result of selection of this ; >, ss cides to put its $46 million of. 23 Students Compete In ‘Democracy’ Contest 


site, it would be to our advan-| | ‘ ns a ee i 
tage to adopf an affirmative 7 “ a ace building there. | Twentythree Washington | at the U. S. Chamber of Com- 
position,” said Geoge M. Row- & od a ie” Wirth said some persons, |high school students will com-| merce Building. 

. = - a whom he did not name, had|pete in the semifinals of the| ~©ach semifinalist is the wir 


zee Jr., board chairman. 4 ; | 
The board voted after hear- 3 ii ; ; 2 ~ |charged that he would go along local “Voice of Democracy” | 56" of ‘aeiaiis came us betas 


ing two Chamber of Commerce ' — ; . 
representatives from Fairfax ; , | i with the Langley site for CIA, contest to be held Tuesday and! thar five tninutes on the eub- 
aed emg ere eggy sso “' ~ which the agency itself favors,’ Wednesday beginning at 8 p. m. | ject, “I Speak for Democracy.” 
Fairfax Planning Commission é 
and the president of a Fair- | 
fax’s citizens group urge suUp- 
port of the Langley site. 3 

R. M. Townsend, executive 


ey Tr , Ch * re . | . 
director of the Fairfax Cham Win Prizes in Photo Contest 


ber of Commerce, Robert John- 


son, managing director of the) 
Arlington Chamber, and Rich-| Douglas Adams (left panel), 18-month-old son of Mr. and 


ard M. Smith, president of the) Mrs. D. F. Adams, 8233 New Hampshire ave., W. Hyattsville, 


ne " fas : 

McLean-Langley Citizens fOr) qq. has been awarded third prize in the 21st Annual Chil- 

CIA, agreed selection of Lang- nag See | 

ley “would affect favorably the dren's National Photograph Contest. Mary Byrie Mudd,4% | . T 
y : (right), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mudd, 2722 74th ° 


whole Northern Virginia area.” 
Townsend said Northern Vir-| ave. Hyattsville, received the first local studio prize. | 
gins" business "would benest|———~ AUTO & POWER TOOL SHOP 
from the buying power of an | af . 
PARKINGTON, ARLINGTON _ 


estimated 10,000 CIA “acti F li ot M 9 B d 
H analy erouneid, memder “2 LLILOLON Mans DOAY 
of the Fairfax County Planning . i iil eae, Sty 


Commission and the National ° 
Counell, told the board that the Found by Policeman Open Monday 10 A.M. to 9:30 P.M. 


Fairfax Board of Supervisors x, 
and the Fairfax Planning Com-| Wilford W. Warren, 58, of Willam J. Nelson discovered 


mission have indorsed Langley. 2706 South Arlington Ridge rd., the body 200 yards from inter- 
Board member Alvin’ F.' Arlington, was found dead in section of Great Falls st. and 
Kimel voted against indorse-|a field in Fairfax County yes-|Lemon rd. after he heard a dog 
ment. After the board meeting,’ terday morning, apparently a barking and went to investi- 
he said he believed CIA head- victim of a heart attack suffered gate. 
quarters at Langley would lead while he was hunting When he approached the 
to growth of a heavy business; Fairfax County Police Pvt body, three bird dogs owned 
ame nee. — _— — by the dead man prevented him 
Arlington's trade an com.- | | ' q 
mercial revenues. _— “ones wrt pgigeeoen g of Wartae 
Egy hg = et ena C f ‘ . Willard L. Beaudin, 3514 Tay- 
— for a tee” Geek onrerence lor st., Chevy Chase, seesohiaa 
ments in e Langley | va 
would defer Arlington’s chances T QO bana! od the dans i 2 ak te 
of getting state money for its 0 pen on | , aa | 
, : Warren, a native of Piney 
present highway needs. 
Arlington’s road needs also Cj : P bl | Flats, Tenn., came to Washing- 
were stressed in a report sub- ity TODIEMS | in 1919 and began his em- 
mitted to the board yesterday - treme lBg A o Mena ee 
b L. Dieter, county : - . s| 
Lcnlie dteoetee. He said that! District Commissioner Robert death he held the position of 
f Langley were selected, Ar- E. McLaughlin will attend a/cashier. He was a member of} 
lington would be faced with. a Miami convention discussing the Masonic Pentalpha Lodge, 
traffic problem unless improve-|city transit, parking and juve-|°- 23. be | 
ments in the state and Federal nile delinquency problems this | In addition to his wife, Ethel, 
road system were completed bY | week he is survived by his sister,' 


the time the headquarters was : Mrs. Ethel Gollaway of Filor- 
built. | Donald C. Hyde, consultant ence, §. C. Funeral arrange- 


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ie One ee imate a) 1) ae The, eas, SM bceie Pi. 


In other action, the board|for the National Capital Plan-| ments are pending. | 
agreed to ask the Arlington De-|ning Commission area transit! _ — | Does All These Jobs .. . 


nen soy By aggre a wwe study, will speak on a transit p R ) Straight Sa 
advisory y, to begin & stucy/ panel. Other scheduled speak-! in a 44 | ; : © Steqight Sawing © Ripping © Grooving 
: | © Beveling * Rabbeting * Notching 


of capital improvement needs\ers include Alan M. Vorhees, | Steel 
in the county _ |of the Automotive Safety Foun- rz Corrvine Case 

Board members agreed to dis-|dation here. on off-street park-} ae : 2 - oo . Sow Table * Slotting © 6'4-in. Blades! ®.Ki 
cuss a proposed efficiency sur- ing; District Court Judge Lu- 7.95 9.95 2 cities Ps empacmae 
vey of county government OM|ther Youngdahl, on delinquen-| , we. | ‘ Safety Clutch! 
Wednesday with heads of gov-icy and Wilfred Owens, Brook- 4 ks mm Adjustable to Any Angie! 
ernment units not directly Un-|ings Institution economist, on 
der the supervision of the! highways and traffic. 


county manager's office. | This will be the 32d annual | | | Hy 3 bet: | 49.95 Portable Power Saw 


* Routing © Angle Cuts © Crosscutting 


‘American Municipal Congress. 
| Democratic Presidential Can- 


Grabowski didate Adlai E. Stevenson will ps9 = 
deliver the closing luncheon | tiny Rugged, powerful safety-built saw 


address Wednesday. | ' ; | 
Sentenced Dearotent Charles” rr. oe | | | with Pet-o-matic Clutch with 2% in. 
W will open the meeting at lunch Wate Mates in 5 capacity at 90 degrees zips thru any / i oo 


- Monday. S ] hi p b| type wood, plastic, formica, alumi- 
To $ y ears ove t i$ FroDiem num! Saves hundreds of hourg... 
Fireman on Fire aching ha aycollptteccinn p91 hundreds of dollars. 

Casimir A. Grabowski, 35, of} WESTPORT, Conn. IM—A| world-famous master. Try your 
Detroit, Mich., who was “caught switchboard operator, Corne- *i!! and win in three moves. Then Use your convenient Shopping Plate Account or 
red-handed” breaking into 4 jius Duffy, at fire headquarters, ™!! us your solution. The first 
Bladensburg, Md., night club,! save promot service after a boy, %*" Correct entries (by postmark) | The Hecht Co. -Ever-Ready Credit Account. 
was sentenced to eight years in tejenhoned, “Our house is on “". 2 Deautifully-bound Chess 
the penitentiary Friday by/fire.” The call was from his 4.5 ostsime hosdote at ae 
a - . ' ion contal undreds of anno- 

— es re tee son. tated master games and informa. x 54 40 
=~ ws a . tive articles. All ether correct Lhe % %, 

He was arrested at gunpoint, Trolley Safet} Bel:s tive articles. Ail ether correct | ave 25% to Fully Retreaded 
4 24 by . nee Se ~ =. DES MOINES. Iowa The Review, the picture chess mag- | 

‘ ’ ss oa . I } . : 4, +" " eo ; 

was im the }ross . America Fire Insurance Group mmertaced iter 0 Bed oe | 


Club, A cigarette machine had is equipping its fleet of 1600 | Guaranteed 


been broken into and the dial)” : 
gate cars with safety 
Winter Tires 


oP EDF peer —- 


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had been punched out of the of- 
fice safe. eits. 
Charges against Edwin May- 
hew, 30, of 10811 Hobson st.,| 
Kensington, Md., who was ar- 
rested with Grabowski were 
dropped after he agreed to tes-| 
tify against the Detroit man. | 
Grabowski admitted to a) 
eriminal record going back to 
1932 which included seven con- 
victions for housebreaking and 
one for armed robbery. Both he 
and Mayhew face housebreak- 


irg charges in Howard County. 
not just recapped. Mounted persian lamb, large and 


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Events , Res & : 209r . £9 Road Hazards for 1 year. choice collection 


; a’ 2M WANTED 
The following events are) @7°a@ enn Ff | CRETREADED WINTER TIRES 


scheduled for the Washington| " al ’ ee im : 
area today (those open to the) Sa eee — * , | wee K x ‘ 
public are asterisked): | | 2 etl . ; ae 
LUNCHEONS | | Geexié | itis | 9.98 | 8t.98 | ites 
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MEETINGS s ad 
Pn ong Sinners. 7-0:38 BD. mm ‘ oi 
ayfiower ote! : N ze t Add 81 Wf You 
American were of Scheol Ad-' WITH © Tost ee Old Tire. 
All tires mounted free! : . - : 
| Costly, choice skins hand-picked for their rich 


inistrators, 9 a. m. to 5 DBD. mM. May. | 
lustre, thei¢ tight knuckle curl . . . fashioned 


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DANCES 2 | 
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SPECIAL EVENTS | , , 4 
*Tour. 5 p. m.. National Gallery TH OW ic er | N lon fg holster into slimmed-<down or sweepingly full coats... 
"Washington Photogr Art ‘ 4) AN y p y many lavished with natural mink trims. The 
) Fabric Auto Christmas giftsupreme! From an enormous col- 


Photography Society exhibit, s m 
nn. C munity Room, Wash- ; 
T la 7 
e end 6 bi “Te lection. Sizes 8 to 40. 
"Hike sponsored by . , 
ks, 9 &. m., assemble at Glen Echo, | . Seat Covers 
Deep, Tightly Curled Persian Lamb 


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*Chamber Muste Prosram, Sp. om 
HANDLING Ceats in natural black or gray, full 


Phillips Gallery ; ‘ ) 
Lecture. out in, German Baroque.” > — — 
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~f ra ural mink, $499 and 8599 


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Tour of Europe Sones GO. Gan sen? | . ee" ro oe eee nee Plus 10% Tas. 
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achool here will offer a new Shoppi Plate 


beautiful GM cars! 
course with a 50-day tour of Covers to fit most cars, Fur products labeled te show 
Europe as the “textbook,” it 


specify split or solid : 
was announced today. ) Rage NE A, CRESPO A, front seat. Green, blue eountry of origin of imported fure. 
The course, known as “Intro- 


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THE ® ASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
” Sunday, November 27, 1955 42) 


MARY COLLINS 
Trinity College 


_ EILEEN O'BRIEN 
Georgetown Visitation 


university's annual Military Bal]. The winner's name will be , 
announced at the ball at the Willard next Friday night. come, enjoy our 


Waehidd af Mlsicyhaind Ficind Doses | CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL 
; OF SONGS 


> 
Indigent ‘ BALTIMORE, Nov. 26,way to urban development and 
Maryland lost farmland and| Some of it simply abandoned * ; . 
ere of its farms between | fF farming purposes. with outstanding local choirs 
Payments ‘1950 | The loss left almost 62 per G Street Balcony 
o/ | 1950 and 1954, but the average | cent of Maryland’s land—3,806,- y . 
Sees ieee ie ieee ie ee ne Se oe Monday, November 28, 5:00 to 5:30 p. m. 
| - the Choir of Leland Junior High School 
100 voices 
Director, Mrs. Virginia Lankford 


Reduced |}ment of Commerce reports. The number of farms de- 
should amend existing laws to ! 


The Federal agency yester-| creased 36.107 to 32.500. 
BALTIMORE, Nov. 26 (>— day said Maryland's farmland; However, the average size in- 
allow the commissioner to use Pe ‘ 
4, his own judgment in many re-/The State Department of Pub- 
Shop All Over Town with CASH 
Save TIME----Save MONEY 


decreased by 158,921 acres in'creased from 1123 acres to 
; ’ four years, much of it giving | 119.9. 
yocation cases. He conceded this|lic Welfare again last month) 
would put many pressures OM spent less money than the 
crt $25 To $1,000 on 
JUST YOUR OWN SIGNATURE 


the commissioner, but added amount allotted to it, and built E T T E R 
Get This ) $350 $17.36 | Month 
Your 


that “the governor and the esl up its reserve fund to $143,929. 
Amount 
of $500 $24.62 ( Payment 


islators should have confidence Under a quota system estab 
with anew 
cash |} $750 $36.45 / witli Be 


in the commissioner or they}, 6d by the 1965 Legislature, 
yy 14-14.46 
Schedule shown ‘ts our convenient 


: w one 
should get a ne ‘the department was. allowed 
= 
Mir qciée-£ar 
Small Monthly yment Plan under Md. Industrisi 


tive Council committee that he | 

favors re-registering all drivers —" — Bn wa 1956, 
in the state over a three-year pe-|“8'C" Degan tast July 2. 

TELEPHONE and your MONEY can be waiting when you 

reach the office . . . if you prefer—-stop in for 

IMMEDIATE SERVICE 


riod. | The department said it spent 
STOP IN—WRITE—or Phone 


It was generally agreed that $454,196 in July for aid, a few' 


hundred dollars more than that 
4801 Indian Head Rd., Eastover LO. 


DONNA WIESBENDER 
Marymount College 


JOAN SALAMONE 
Dunbarton College 


bined Army and Air Force ROTC units. The winner will be 
| chosen by ballots of those who have purchased tickets to the 
> 


ALICE LONG 
GU School of Nursing 


ROSEMARY LABUS 
Immaculata Junior College 


These six girls have been nominated for the title of hon- 
orary cadet colonel of the Georgetown University com- 


Small Hits Permit Revocation System 


BALTIMORE, Nov. 26 ® — ¢rivers’ licenses. drivers should be given a break. 
orange A baggy omeynas ~ Frank we “= gc mag A “My hands are tied,” Small 
motor vehicles has expressed fhe present laws force him to’... ‘« | 
dissatisfaction with State laws revoke or suspend licenses in gud. *! nave wir tot ed - _ 
dealing with the revocation of many cases when the offending |T¢4S0M or discreation in dealing 


with these drivers.” 
LA N NING Small said the Legislature 


In Maryland 


*x* NO CORDS 
* NO TUBES 
* NO ATTACHMENTS 


* NEW AND 
REVOLUTIONARY 


We're proud to be first 
to offer you this true 


HEARING MIRACLE 


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Other amounts In § ion. 


oe ronic Discovery 
thy Bog Department of/-urpilus for hiring 20 case een <octtnamentiie ACT TODAY 
. workers. Waxter told the Gov- _ , + og om mn 
The plan also would catch UP\ernor a cutback in Federal 5 COME 5 — WEIS HI Gn PROM 
with persons who have managed funds had prevented the de * enen aneseneneses == 
to get new permits after for-|..>:ment from hiring person- 
feiture on bad driving records. nel for 30 of 51 positions ap- 


Small said his plan is to send | proved by the General Assem- nw : 
l . . . Es 


ah aa aaa 


BUCHANAN HEARING AID CO. _ DiI. 7-6878 
726 14th St. NW. 
Please send me more information about “Mirecle-Ber” 


7-1300 


a questionnaire out to those now 
holding permits. The question-| 
naire would have to be signed 
under oath. One question would Sharett Gets Degree 


require a report on any physical | 

disability suffered since the ori- | PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 26 

ginal license was issued. | Moshe Sharett, Israeli Minister 
The Legislative Council com-| of Foreign Affairs, was awarded 

mittee did not say what action/ an honorary degree of doctor of 

\t would recommend to. the laws yesterday at Dropsie Col- 
council. ilege. 


Offered te the Herd of Heering ee 


A MATIOMAL PRODUCT 


COMPLETELY GUARANTEED 


TRIED AND PROVEN 


$1 re-registeration fee would 
cover the cost of the project, |the _ following leet ta 
but Small said he would make a Feseohes , 
further check. He said it would ——e 
cost $140,000 to re-register driv- | *. his totaled $143,929 under 
ers on a three-year plan. fon quota ge ye —_= 
Maryland is the only state in|" ig if t Magy «- 
the Nation which issues perman- oe ee com 
ent drivers’ licenses. bode nal out over the remaining 
Small, indicating reexamina- se 
tion would be too expensive, te + nly «nae Be Ayes 
proposed a simple re-registra-| suested Gov. McKeldin for per- 
tion to clear deadwood out of mission to use $41,007 of the 
i» oe New Eastover snepone ps gy te 
. Capt. ext. acress D. C. @ epp. . ner 
4700 Marlboro Pike, Coral Hills JO. 8-9220 
At Southern Avenue and Bowen Road 
3300 Rhode Island Ave., Mt. Rainier DE. 2-5553 
At 33rd and Rhode Island MAM®s 
7892 Georgia Ave., Silver Spring JU. 9-5600 
© te Georg! nd Alaska Termine 
cea wT oans ever $200 made in Md. office only ADORESS 
113 $. Columbus St., Alexandria Ki, 9-1714 
Between King and Prince Streete ory 
200 Lee Highway, Rosslyn 2-3224 
Facing Key Bridoe 


Tomorrow! All 3 Hecht Co. Stores Open Early! Open Late! Washington Store 9:30 A.M. to 3 P.M.; Suburban Steres 10 A.M. to 9:30 P.M. 


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Oval or oblong rugs in traditional or 
modern geometric motifs. Green, black, 
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89-95 Wool Braid 
9x12 ft. Rugs 


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lustrous colors in a heavy reversible 
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Light or dark grey, lawn 
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69.95 Embossed 
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BELZONI, Miss., Nov. 26 @& to move from his store because’ Belzoni is about 40 miles road possenger train jumped 
the tracks early today near here. tracks but remained upright. 


agi ; a m A criticaily wounded fighter for he refused to remove his name|from the place where the bod ' ’ 
a = Bea “Mle Bites . ; Negro rithts told police today .. 4 registered voter. lot a aide Negro Binmsett Til, but mone of the 38 paisengers The (rain was ¢a route thom 
. i a Ye * {that white men shot him down . wy ’ were reported injured. Boston to New York. 

. Oe ee : only a few blocks from the spot’ On May 7 the Rev. George W.'was found. Till was abducted eeneemnteteetinaiie peeeeeennanitieniati = 
lg 4 /* |where another Negro leader Lee, another NAACP member, by two white men who accused 
j ° . » P44 es: % was slain seven months ago. was found fatally wounded The him of “wolf whistling” at the 
3 es ae Gus Courts, 65, a member of NAACP charged Mr. Lee was wife of one of them. The men 
lon . a2 P a 10n - a ~ 3 5 é the National Association for the slain because he had been were acquitted of Till’s slaying, 
be a a ie Advancement of Colored Peo- urging Negroes to register to and were not indicted for kid- 


ple, told doctors from a hospital yote. 


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“Ae” eae memo - 5 » NAACP Aide Shot in Mississippi Gr aan Cl cen 


ANNAPOLIS, Md.. Nov. 26." after World War If and has| ie. a ghar weeny! dav omen SOR OO Bt 
The Parent-feacher | m never encountered any prob- a four white men rolled up to his ' 

of Meade Heichts E!cmentary !oms in respect to professional , store about 8 o'clock last nicht : 

School at Ft. Mende hes urged recreational or social integra- —— and shot him through the win. t ALL SPECIALS 
prompt iniezration of the tion of races, creeds and colors. | ‘dow as he stood at the cash 

school in order to secure addi-'To be more specific, military) ; . ‘register. Save on Glass-Lined 


tional classroom space from the children (although currently! | Sheriff Ike Shelton, however, 
Federal Government. forced into separate segrated anted tea wi ‘ Courts’. a 
’ quote vo witnesses, Court 
In addition, the organization Schools) play together, attend he wife and a customer, as sayint @ a J 


said it hes no objections to the Sumday schools together, ride ores there was only.one man in the 
children being taught by “non-|Sunday school and recreational car—“a white man or a light-- For over 42 years John G. Webster has For an Casyv day 
¥ ‘ e 


white teachers as on 3 “ cevand an ype Paget fnare in Clergyman Surrenters skinned ae ot " soid, installed and serviced more Water 
they are professionally qualified ™ . oe nih white nor Negro }-2) he inate . 
to de so.” es tional activities, all without in-| ane si leaders could provide a direct risaters than any one in the Wash ngton on Mov ing day eee 
' cident of any kind arising out| Nesto antisegregationist cler- re for the shooti The) *'° a 
A letter to the Anne Arundel | -, onch satanretion Thi Paves cyman, formerly of Lake op aT ha poe ters Ph STerli 3-4100 
_ - . _ ' ’ f “ NAL < - - 
ee ees 0 hepa: age rience, one is forced to con-| City, S. C., is pictured in New much noise here lately,” a one ering a | | call NO. 7-3400 
segregation was sizned by Maj clude, makes segregation in our! York shortly after he sur- white leader said. SDECEM@ER SPECIAL oe 
Marlo E. Smith. president of S°H0ols @ little ridiculous, to say; rendered to answer an indict- | Last spring the NAACP | - f : 
the P-TA at Ft. Meade. ger Boggen ; 1 ment for assault and battery charged that Courts was forced; | Completely Automatic 19 YEAR GUARANTEE FIDELITY STORAGE 
Temporary buildings were! anal nin Page Prd ne ont with intent to kill, handed | 40-gal. WHITE “W hite-Gless” Lining 

used at the school last year to ve Swmer Florence. S&S. C.. , : : : 
alleviate overcrowding. The en.|Unlil the eitizen commission] SOO tT the indictment |e ee GAS WATER HEATER 
roliment is 613 in the school’: tao ‘ EL CENTRO, Calif., Nov. 26 
built for 390 is being prepared at present. | followed an incident in which |", earthquake jarred the No Money Down 

the minister said he ¢x- |) Centro area this morning! $ ge .24 Completely 


Secretary of Defense Wilson’ a; . 
early this year ordcred schools Negro Teachers File changed gun shots with oc- land was also felt eastward to! 
; |Holtville and southward in Cal- Per Mo. Installed 


at military posts to end racial Syit Against Board cupants of an auto, ( 
segregation, but the county, ) exico. No damage was reported. 


school board ho'ds a 75-year| MOBERLY. Mo.. Nov. 26 #—| 


lease on the Mcade Heights Eight Negro teachers, formerly,;damages for each of the eight - — : 
property, sufficient legal'employed in the Moberly plaintiffs and asks the court to b LA N N | N G th ok 
grounds to ‘keep it segregated schools, have filed suit for $32,-.restrain the Moberly board EBSTER ais tien 
until a pattern of integration is 000 against the Board of Edu- from denying employment of y OUR a | COMPANY eins 
worked out in the county. cation and Carl Henderson, qualified teachers because of CHRISTMAS e "WE KEEP YOU IN HOT WATER” s sir eatin 1420 You Street N.W. 
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The letter said, in part: superintendent of, schools. their race and color. on 
“The United States Army be-| The suit, filed in U.S, District) The eight plaintiffs were not Son: tice’ Aiieeaibaliiied 627 F St. N.W. Opposite Hecht’s NOrth 7-3400 


came completely integrated’ Court at St. Louis, seeks $4000 given contracts last spring Pace A 21 


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For 10 manths now, two of America’s best-known neckwear houses 


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every production lull preparing for this event. Result? Probably 
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® HOUSE & HERMANN 


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* JULIUS LANSBURGH 
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JEWELRY STORES 


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®* L. FRANK - 
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® JOSEPH R. HARRIS 
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* KAPLOWITZ BROS. 
® KLEINS 


® KOTZIN 
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® THE LERNER SHOPS 


® MODEL SHOP 
(except Dec. 20, 21, and 23) 


* PHILIPSBORN 
® THE PRINCESS SHOP . 


® WARDELL’S 
(except Dec, 20, 21, and 23) 


SHOE STORES 
® WM. HAHN & COMPANY 


VARIETY STORES 


® G. C. MURPHY COMPANY 
® NEISNER BROS., INC. 


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Dates Circled Are the Long Shopping Days! 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
Aw Sunday, November 27, 1955 


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Administration Plan 
Would Hike Benefits 
Of Federal Retirees 


fAnneutty Tahie on Page B-3) 


The average Federal emplove 
whe reWres at age 65 would be 
paid larger benefits under the 
Administration's plan to co- 
ordinate the Civil Service Re 
tirement system with Social Se- 
eurity’s Old-Age & Survivors 
Insurance 

In some cases the increases 


Area School 
Enrollment 
Of 319,669 
Is Record 


Figures Show 
217,806 White 
Students, 101,863 
Negro Pupils 


By Jeanne Rogers 
Stafl Reporter 
There are 319,669 young 
people attending public, pa- 
rochial and private schools 
in the Washington area, ac- 


would be substantial in com-) 
parison with the amounts now | 
paid by CS retirement. | 


The Administration is keep-| 
ing its plan under wraps. How-| 
ever, it will be more liberal) 
than the proposal made 18) 
months ago by the Kaplan Com-} 
mittee to coordinate CS retire-| 
ment with OASI. Copies of the) 
Administration proposal have) 
been sent to Federal agencies | 
for their comments and sugges-| 
tions. CSC plans to recommend 
it to Congress in early January. | 

Benefits paid to employes | 
who retire prior to age 65 would | 
not be changed in the Admin- 
istration proposal. The em- 
ployes involved would continue 
to draw the present rate of 
benefits from the CS retire- 
ment system. 

The retirement increases 
would be paid to those who 
retire at age 65. The employes 
who retire at and after that 
age would be paid benefits 
from both CS retirement and 
OASIL. The combination of the 
two would amount to payments 
larger than those now available 
under CSR alone. ; 


The table on Page B-3 com- 
pares retirement benefits paid 
by CS retirement with those 
that would be made under the 
Administration’s proposal. Any 
Federal employe can use the 
table te see how he'd be treated 
under the proposal. In studying 
the table, the. employe should | 
pear in mind these points: 


The CS retirement figures' 
used don’t reflect the cost of) 
living increase revtently granted 
to most CS retirees. 

The recent classified and 
postal pay raises will have the 
eventual effect of increasing 
annuities paid by CS retire- 
ment. 

CS annuities are automatic. 
However, an employe must pass 
a “retirement test” to qualify 
for OASI retirement benefits 
hetween the ages of 65 and 72 

The propo ed OASI benefits 
also are subject to an upward 
adjustment. OASI also can be 
paid to a retiree’s wife, or de- 
pendent husband, at age 65 of | 
approximately the following! 
amounts: $39 a month at the 
$9400 wage level: $44 at the 
$3000 level: 349 at the $3600 
level. and $54 at levels of $4200 
and more. Length of employe 
service isn't a factor in pay-| 
ments to his spouse at age 65. 

The Administration's plan 
would not be effective until 
Jan. 1. 1957. It would be about 
two years after that before any 
employe would be eligible for 
OASI benefits. Meantime, CS 
retirement would continue un- 
changed. 


Many employe groups are set 
te oppose the CS retirement-| 
OASI plan. They want CS) 
retirement liberalized without 
any tie-in with OASI. 


In a move to overcome the) 
opposition, the Administration 
is reported to be giving serious 
study to a suggestion that the 
2.300.000 Federal employes de- 
cide the issue themselves by 
popular vte. | 

1000 HOUR CLUB: Employes 
who have accumulated 1000 
hours or more of sick leave at 
FEDERAL TRADE are: H. F 
Arps, Harry Babcock, D B 
Brady, John Brookfield, John 
Buffington, J. E. Callaway, John 
Crittendon- R. B. Dawkins, John 
Delaney, South Fish, L. N, Full 
Gale Gotschall, G. 8S. Gray- 
son. Eleanor Greasiey, James 
Horton. Jack Howlett, C. L 
Hudson. W. R. Lemberg, C. T. 
Macdonald, Henry Miller, Anna 
Morton, W. S. Opdyke, W. L 
Pack. Lynn Paulson, Eldon 
Schrup, J. W. Shea, J. E.| 
Sheehy, Mary Stuart, Wilmer) 
Tinley. H. Wales, Barnett Wat-| 
son. John Wheelock, G. W. Wil-| 
liams and C. J. Yost... NAVY’S| 
DAVID TAYLOR MODEL 
RASIN: C. D. Ashworth, James! 
Jackson, William Kopko, W. H 
Norley, John Powell, W. E 
Welton. M. W. Wilson, J. H. Me- 
Rae, W. E. Schultz, EF. H. Bob- 
lits. J. C. Boyle, G. C. Cooper, 
F. D. Bradley, W. H. Icenhower, 
John. Wickham, H. C. Welch, 
John Fulmore and John Walk. 
er. 


JUSTICE'S IMMIGRATION 
AND NATURALIZATION: 
Frank Bartos. C. K. Bates, N. N 
Benvenuto, J. W. Bowser, Mary 
Brown. Harlon Carter, Allan 
Corthell, Paul Crosby, Homer 
Dean. S. A. Diana, Ann Dickin- 
son. R. W.- Doerner, Virginia 
Doud, George Fouche, Dale 
Francis. R. M. Freeman, C. F 
Freysz, L. H. Greener, Hildred 
Hardin. J. L. Hennessy, R. C. 
Hoy, G. A. Mackinnon, E. D. 
Marshall. L. C. Martindale, 


er 


H. K. McGaffin, E. J. Morgan, | 


‘Erma Palinai, J. E. Peters, Ed- 
ward Rudnick, Bernard Sikor- 
ski. E.. W. Stebner, R. L. Sud- 
dath, Einar Wah), Hoy Walls, 
Harold Wetterer, W. M. Ziemak 
and Gilbert Zimmerman. 


Today’s Chuckle 


The Government has per- 
fected a simplified tax form for 
next year. Here it is: 

1. What was your income last 

year” 

2. What were your expenses? 

3.. How much have you Jeft? 


4 4. Send it in. 


| Negro 


cording to latest enrollment 
figures collected last week. 

In every category thie fall's 
registration is a record-breaker, 
a result of the phenomenal 
birth rate increase since World 
War Il. 


A breakdown of total metro- 
politan area school enrollment 
shows there are 217,806, or 68 
per cent, white students, and 
101,863, or 32 per cent, Negro 
pupils. 

According to the 1950 census, 
the total population of the 
Washington metropolitan area 
was 1,464,000 persons. Of this 
number, 337,000, or 23 per cent 
were Negroes. Counted in the 
area was the District, Mont- 
gomery and Prince Georges 
Counties, Md., and Fairfax and 
Arlington Counties and Alex- 
andria and Falls Church, Va. 

Public schools in the area 
have an enrollment of nearly 
275,000 students. Catholic in- 
stitutions account for nearly 
40,000 of the pupils who attend 
local nonpublic schools. 

The District has the largest 
school child population or 123, 
948 pupils. Of this total, 52,785 
students, or 43 per cent, are 
white, and 71,163, or 57 per 
cent, are Negro. 

Washington public schools 
have an enrollment of 107,645. 
Of this number, 38,768 pupils, 
or 36 per cent, are white, and 
68.887 pupils, or 64 per cent, are 


In District parochial and pri- 
vate schools, the total enroll- 
ment is 16,303 pupils. Of this 
number, 14,017, or 84 per cent, 
are white, and 2286, or 16 per 
cent, are Negro. Catholic insti- 
tutions account for 13,990 of 


mae ity Life 


NEWS 


GARDEN NEWS 


AREA 


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 


1955 


Bl 


” 


H. B. Kitzmiller, District 
Supervisor for Markel 
Service, Inc., explains te 
Tillie Thomas the opera 


these young people, including 
2141 Negro pupils. ) 

Montgomery County has a 
total school child population of| 
63.760 students. The public 
schools enroll 52.267 of these 
youngsters. Of this number, 
there are 49,320 white students 
and 2947 Negro. 

Nonpublic schools records of 


1953-54 show an enrollment of| 
11,4903 pupils, all-white. Al 
though nonpublic records. for; 
this fall are incomplete, a small 
percentage of Negro pupils now 
are included in the 9000 stu- 
dents attending Catholic insti- 
tutions in this county. 

Prince Georges County has a! 
total school child enrollment of 
54.270. Public schools report a 
registration of 46,000 young- 
sters. Of this number 39,910 
are white and 6090 are Negro 
The county has about 8300 pu- 
pils attending. nonpublic 
schools. More than 95 per cent 
of the latter enrollment repre- 
sents white students. A few 
Negroes attend Catholic insti- 
tutions. 


Fairfax County has a total 
school] child population of 35.,-| 


'379. The public school enroll- 


ment is 33,237. Of this number, | 
31.327 pupils are white, and) 
1910 are Negro. Catholic schoo!| 
enroliment is 1642, and all but! 
a half dozen of these pupils are} 
white. Other private schools| 
report 500 pupils, including 12) 
Negroes. | 

Arlington County has a 
school child population of 27,155 
pupils. The public schools ac- 
count for 21,499 pupils. Of this) 
number 20,133 are white and| 
1316. Negro. The nonpublic reg- 
istration stands at 5706 pupils, 
including about 3851 young peo-| 
ple attending Catholic institu- 
tions. Again, only a fraction of 
this enrollment is reported to; 
be Negro 

Alexandria has 13.130 school 
children. The public . schools 
accommodate 12,000 youngsters, 
including 1000 Negroes. Catho- 
lie parochial and private schools 
have 2900 white pupils and 190 
Negro. Other private schools 
report a registration of 650) 
white pupils. 

Falls Church has a total of 
2027 public school pupils, in- 
cluding 27 Negroes 


14th Street 
Leads Again 
Qn Accidents 


tion of a high-speed camera 
which recorded traffic vio- 
lations by District motor- 
ists during the morning 
rush hour. 


The sign at the D. C. end 
of the 14th St. Bridge says 
the speed limit is 25 miles 
per hour—but the tell-tale 
clock shows the pictured 
vehicles were traveling at 
36 miles per hour. 


——> 


This driver — perhaps 
someone you know—was 
snapped at lith and New 
York ave. while making a 
right-hand turn from the 
left-hand lane. Similar vio- 
lations set the stage for 
accidents. 


During the week of Nov. 13. 
there were 392 traffic accidents 
in Washington, with 14th st. 
ence again»leading all other 
streets in accidents 

Chief causes of the 21 acct- 
dents on 14th st., from the Jef.- 
ferson Memorial to Missouri 
ave. nw., were failure to give 
full time and attention and 
cutting in 

Other accident-prone streets 
during the week were Pennsyl- 
‘vania ave., from 24th st. nw., 
‘to Branch ave. se., 17 accidents; 
‘Benning rd. from 15th st. ne. 
to B st. se., 12, and 16th st. nw.., 
ifrom H st. to Alaska ave., 11. 

Of the 392 accidents, 81 re- 
sulted in personal injury and 


21 were caused by pedestrian 


violations. 
| Automobiles colliding w it h 
‘other automobiles accounted for 
336 of the accidents. Autos col- 
lided with streetcars in four ac- 
\cidents, with pedestrians in 36 
‘and with other objects in 16. 
The number of accidents de- 
ipreased by 84 from the previ- 
us week, 


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83 


By Richard J. Maloy 


Stafl Reporter 

A glum parade of wrecked 
cars, hearses and coffins—one 
for each 1955 traffic death— 
will wind through downtown 
streets as part of Washington's 
observance of Safe-Driving Day 
‘on Friday. 

The motorcade, headed by a 
doleful bell ringing, will begin 
and end at 2d and Pennsy! 
‘vania ave. nw. Starting at 11 
‘a. m. the procession will move 
along the Avenue to 17th st. 
and then twist and turn along 
‘18th, 14th, 11th, 7th and F, G, | 
H and K sts, nw. 

“SD” Day Director A. Julian 


day fatalities in Washington 

have already exceeded 

year's total of 59. 
Posters, television and radio 


last | 


lpart of the “SD” campaign 
which will close Dec. 10. 

President Eisenhower 
sponsoring the campaign na 
tionally to make Americans 
traffic-safety conscious. 

As part of the effort here, 
“Big Brother”. was watching 
District motorists during a re- 
cent morning rush-hour. — 

A high-speed camera search- 
ed out and recorded traffic 
violations during the rush hour 
in a manner similar to George 
Orwell's all-seeing dictator in 
the novel “1984”. 


is 


: 


camera spotted scores of traffic 
violations in the Metropolitan 
Area. Most common were: 

® Weawhg in and out of traf- 
fic in an attempt to gain a few 


seconds time inthe daily morn. 


ing dash to the office. 

® Exceeding the posted 
speed limits which were almost 
‘universally ignored on the main 
routes leading downtown. 


t 
® Turning from the wrong 


Jane which sets the stage for 
accidents. r 


Parade of Death Here Friday 


a woman driving a black coupe 
which hit speeds of 55 miles 
per hour along Rock Creek pky 
Most traffic on the Parkway 
moved between 40 and 50 miles 
per hour. = 
Worst turn pictured involved 
another woman who cul across 
three lanes at a speed of 45 
miles per hour to depart from 
Shirley highway, near the Pen- 
gon. 
Markel Services Inc. is an af- 
filiate of the American Fidelity 
and Casualty Co. It operates 


McLaughlin Weighs 
Candidacy; Spencer 


Parker ‘Possibles’ 


Two District Commission- 
ers are warming up to the 
idea of a popularity contest 
in next Spring's first city- 
wide election in 82 years. 
Samuel Spencer and Robert 
E. McLaughlin would be logi- 
cal candidates for the local 
delegation to the Republican 
presidential convention, Eisen- 
hower supporters said. 
Spencer, president of the 
| Board, said he was not plan- 
ining to run now. But it might 
be “appropriate,” he added 
' Spencer already has announced 
he will step down when his 
term at the District Bullding 
expires next April 7. 
McLaughlin, another Eisen- 
hower appointee, said he would 
“eonsider candidacy.” He has 
not made up his mind. .And he 
wants to check On a D. C. Code 
ibar to any municipal official 
‘holding other public office 
McLaughlin added he did not 
think a party office, such as 
delegate, was a public office, 
however 
| Speculation has tossed the 
'names of other local party big- 
wigs into the primary ring 
| On the Republican side, old 
\line party men George L. Hart 
\Jr. and Barrington Parker look 
like candidates 
| Former Democratic Commis 
isioners F. Joseph Donohue and 
‘Renah Camalier and AFL la 
bor leader J. C. Turner are 
blossoming as May Day run- 
ning mates. 
| The slate May,1 will include 
candidates for two national 
committeemen, a presidential 
convention delegation each 
with six votes and other local 
officers for both the Democratic 
and Republican parties. 
Though names will mean lit- 
tle to many Washingtonians 
home rule advocates are sure 
the voting experience will mean 
a lot. 
The primary will be unique 
in polling in American cities 
For ‘the first time in three- 


quarters of a century Washing: 
tonians will cast aside straw 
A District voter who 
registers for this primary may 
not register to vote in @ state jife-<ize 
on any level. Previously, prom- 


ballots. 


inent politicians, like Averell 
Harriman in 1952. woted in the 
District's unofficial party bal 
iloting without jeopardizing 
their home state voting rights 
Harriman would not dare do 
\the same next spring. 

Stumping even for minor po 
litical posts should arouse the 
lethargic electorate of the Cap- 
itol City, politicos figure. And 
campaigning to get out the vote 
‘ought to broaden party mem- 
bership, too, Republicans have 
|registered only 12,000 up to 
inow; and Democrats, some 21,- 
/000 

Here's how the election is 
planned. 
| Newell Ellison, chairman. of 
|a three-man Board of Elections, 
iis cranking up the first official 
machinery the District has had 
for three quarters of a century 

He will issue a bulletin this 
week, explaining the city's pri- 
mary “law.” This piece of legis- 
lation last session regulates bal- 
loting 

Briefly, in order to register. 
voters must be at least 21 years 
old, never have been convicted 
of a felony (unless 
and not have been ruled men- 
tally incompetent by a court 
They must have lived in the 
District for nine months before 
registering and 12 months be- 
fore voting. 

Washingtonians will be in- 
vited to register beginning 10 
a. m. Friday, Dec. 7. 
| Ellison has planned a kickoff 
celebration in the Board Reom 
of the District Building Hart 
and A. L. Wheeler, chiefs, re- 
spectively, of the local Republi- 
can and Democratic parties, are 
invited, along with Congress- 
men, citizen leaders and voters. 

A voter may register that 
day. Permanent registries will 
be kept in Room 8. near the 
13% st. nw. entrance to the 
District Building basement 

The registrant will sign up 
as a Republican or a Democrat 
| Then, when he reports to 
vote he will be handed the 
ballot of his party, only. There's 
no rule against a voter affiliat- 
ing himself with a party other 
than the Republican or Demo- 
crat. But so far, no other party 
has indicated it will 
slate. And a voter must mark 
the ballot that carries his own 
registered party tag. 

So far, area registration quar- 
ters haven’t been opened. But 


they probably will be in schools, | 


libraries, fire or police houses 
by Jan. 1, Ellison indicated. 

Both these and the central 
offices will keep books open for 
voters until 15 days before the 
election. Then, the law closes 
them. 

A big question for Federal 
and District Government work- 
ers is how much campaigning 
they can do before the election. 
Ellison has asked for an ap- 


| 


| Superimposed on each film 49 such camera cars throughout|pointment at the Civil Service 


Mounted in a Markel Service were dials showing the date the country in connection with| Commission to get the answers. 


motorists unwitting actors in 
ithe daily traffic drama played’ 
Brylawski pointed out yester-| out on city streets. ) 


speed of the car involved. 
Most flagrant example of 


\patrol car, the camera made and time of the picture and the safety programs involving bus| 
jand truck lines which are in- 


sured by American Fidelity. 
’ 


20th st. se. is the 


licize the Safe Driving Days driver changed lanes five times camera engineer normally as- 


campaign Nov. 21-Dec. 10. 


sages and bumper signs are|‘ In less than two hours the) 


in two blocks at high speed. 
e fastest driver filmed was 


| signe 


to patrol vehicles in- 


this area. 


| | H. B. Kitzmiller, District Su- 

The device was made avail- !ane hopping was a green two-|pervisor for Markel, operated 
able to The Washington Post tone sedan spotted at Connecti-'the camera car. Leroy Bone, 
and Times Herald to help pub- | cut ave. and Porter st. nw. The of 2609 


The Hatch Act clearly for- 
bids partisan political activity. 
‘But Ellison wants to know if 
ringing doorbells, giving rides 
to the polls, speaking-_for a big 
vote or eontributing to election 
funds is “partisan.” 

This issue is shadowy because 
the glection is purely for party 
officials. 


‘Not Planning’ ; Hart,_ 


pardoned) ( 


have a Seri 


ity Officials 


ye Elections 


et in Spring 


Launched by Ike 


Pageant 
Ot Peace 
Plans Ready 


The Nation's fervent hope 
for peace will again be drama- 
| tized in Washington this year 
during the season of the birth 
jof the Prince of Peace. 
| On Dec. 18, President Eiseg- 
ihower will press a button at 
\Gettysburg to light the Na- 
tional Community Christmas 
|\Tree here, an event that will 
itouch off the second annual 
Pageant of Peace on the El- 
lipse 
| As the President flicks the 
| Switch, other Christmas trees 
will be lit in front of churches 
and court houses across the Na- 
tion, on ships at sea, in Ameri- 
can military barracks and day- 
rooms overseas and in all Amer. 
ican émbassies 
J Time zones permitting, Amer. 
ican embassies will invite of. 
ificials and members of the 

of foreign nations te 
affairs 

The tree-lighting ceremonies 
will be short-waved direct by 
the Voice of America in 38 
languages 

Some 52 foreign embassies 
here will participate in the 16 
day Pageant here 

The Pageant will feature 
daily events, including religious 
services, tableaus, carols. folk 
dances, and presentations by 
the embassies, the Pan Ameri- 
can Union, thé United WNa- 
tions, the Asian-African na- 
tions, schools and cultural 
groups —all designed to em- 
phasize the seasonal theme of 
“Peace on Earth, Good Will te 
Men.” 

In the Children's Corner will 
be an exhibition of arts and 
crafts from around the world. 

There will also be a real live 
Santa and eight live reindeer. 
Arriving from Santa's work- 
shop at North Pole Village. New 
York, on Dec. 18, the reindeer 

be stabled in individual 
Stalls, with name tags so that 
anyone can tell Dasher from 
Dancer, Prancer, Vixon, Comet, 
Cupid, Donder or Blitzen. 

This year there will be daily 
puppet shows by area puppet- 
eers 

Another 


highlight will be a 
reproduction of the 
Nativity Scene. 

The 1955- National Commu- 
nity Christmas Tree will be a 
63-foot giant spruce from the 
Black Hills of South Dakota, 
a gift of the “Keep South Da- 
kota Green Association.” Eight 
thousand lights and decorations 
will be provided by the Poto- 
mac Electric Power Co 

In addition, trees and other 
symbolic decorations presented 
by the 48 states and the foreign 
embassies will line the “Path- 
way of Peace.” 

Last year some 6000 persons 
took part in the Pageant and 
an estimated 500,000 persons 
Visited it 

The Pageant, according to 
Edward R. Carr, president of 
the non-profit pageant corpora- 
tion, is a voluntary citizen ef. 
fort, not a Government opera- 
tion 

Its means 


comes 


only of support, 
added from indi- 
viduals and organizations in- 
spired by the Pageant’s aims. 
rhe Pageant belongs to everv- 
body and thousands of small 
contributions are more welcome 
than a few large donations, 
arr went on. Contributions 
should be sent to Pageant of 
Peace, Inc., Box 1188. Zone 13 
Washington. D. C 
_General Chairman Edward J. 
elly announced that the fol. 
lowing will serve as Pageant 
committee chairmen 


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John T. O'Brien, 
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“ public relations: 
rnationa! children's 
Edwerd M. Kirby. pro. 


resenting Participating groups 
‘. Col. William EF Rar 


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Federation of Citizens 


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Paul Johannsen. United Nations; 
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Greenbies Will Speak 
At National Methodist 


Marjorie and Sydney Green- 
bie, authors of “Hoof Beats to 
Heaven,” will speak at National 
Methodist Church, Nebraska 
and New Mexico Mes. nw., at 
l p. m. Friday under auspices 
of sig church's Book Review 

ub. 

‘The Greenbies’ book is the 
story of Peter Cartwright, one 
of the first circuit-riding 
preachers of the American 
frontier. 

Refreshments will served 
Friday. Admission is cent* 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
B2 Sunday, November 27, 1955 


Good Hotel Man 


Must Like 


By Paul Sampson 


Stef Reporter 
Hotel men meet such inter- 


esting people... 
The. woman, dressed only «in 
a nighttigown, who ran scteam- 


ing down an alley on a freezing. 


night. 

The man so afraid of germs 
he wouldn’t touch a door handle 
unless he wore gloves and 
would never lick a postage 
stamp. 

The sweet old lady who at- 

receptions and loaded 
her umbrella with hors 
d'oeuvres. 

Hotel men also meet beauti- 


People 


to speak, in their living room 


or not, they are there, and all 
hotel men agree, “You gotta) 
like ‘em.” 

The cardinal requisite of 4) 
good hotel man is that he likes); 
people. That's the first trait 
Washington hotel managers and 
executives mention when asked 
what makes a good hotel man. 


With this liking as a founda- 
tion, he must master the com- 
plexities of a modern hotel. 
Mary Catherine Lewis, who 
has been training hotel peop) 


Sewage Treatment Plant 
Bids Studied by Fairfax 


Fairfax County sanitation of-| “without delay” on construction 
ficials have opened bids on a of secondary treatment. 
primary sewage treatment! A low bid of $7165 was made 
plant at Little Hunting Creek, for the pumping station by 5. 
a small pumping station in the J. Bell Construction Co. of 
Falis Church area of the/ Alexandria. The small pumping 
county. istation fs located near Church- 

Lowest of four bidders for ill subdivision off Westmore- 
the sewage treatment plantiland rd. Four bids were con- 
was Blackwell Engineering Co. eo ia tw sa 
of Warrenton, Va. with $534.- | r exam nation an +4 
215, The plant will serve ee, bate themes Dl a Board of 
jpeople in the southern part of County Supervisors. 
the county, and is one of three | 
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current $20 million sewer bond 


ge eng It will be completed 
about a year. 
The State Water Control 


Board has approved primary 
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Students at Mrs. Lewis’ ef 
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| “This desk is the hot spot, 
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Ormond is the man who 
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| Typical of the services lead- 
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Pes's ant tie , | THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
op Spot The Federal Diary-— Schoolroom | ° Sunday, November £7,185 B3 


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Toy Market | | P r oposed Bene if ils Ta ble |: ain Opens 3-to-S-year period. Since leaving| The two-car train shows in 
| | Administration for work Here Monda ihe tak sadder 9h Bion a : wart aylice Php yor 
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By Jean White $ 2400; $41; $101; $23) $78| $61) $113) $35, $62; $125; $47| $78) 
Stat Reporter 3000; 46| 114) 68; 68; 127; 39 3; 18 88 ) 
The toy market has gone sci-| stock, and a prospectus listing 3600 | 51 9% 76 143 | 98 | pa 
entific and electronic in a big | discoveries like rusty nails and ‘20; 8 | 
Fathers who once had trouble! ‘here’s the pilot trainer. In-| 90 
enough keeping Junior’s train sort » card for a specific aerial 105 
108| to 8 p. m., Monday through Fri- 


on the track now find they have| maneuver like a glide, and 120 Tk tee 
to contend with junior atomi¢| youl) have directions on how| 14,400, 180 | 150 347 100) 108 day. A special preview for press § @ MINOR & MAJOR REPAIRS @ PAINTING 


per Me gma pced bo control the throttle and han- | 25 years of service | 30 years 35 years of service 'and educators will be held at! ® BODY and FENDER REPAIRS 
s, die the craft. | $2900! $102) $196) §$ 58) $ 78| $123) $148) ) $143! $160! $82! § 78) the station at 3 p. mi. today. @) 
| | DEFERRED PAYMENT PLAN 


br semen telescopes, and geiger; Want to bake a pie or make | 3000 115| 153 65 ano : 7 RR 178 90 88; The exhibition is co-spon- 
buckwheat cakes? ' | 208) 98 sored by the Encyclopedia| 18 YEARS SAME LOCATION 


And it isn't just play for the Use the premix iemacatiain| | | 
youngsters. and cook on an electric stove 4 oa Somme allo boo 4 rl Up te 12 Months te Pay on we wats gS 
, | | COMPLETE TRUCK SERVICE FACILITI 
Li. 6-5 


108 two railroad cars, which will be’ 
open, free of charge, on Track | 


08/1, Union Station, from 9 a. m. WE SERVICE ALL MAKES OF CARS 


srersesy 


n 
“This is a serious interest.” with an insulated oven and’ . ‘ ibiti 
reports Harold Higgins, of F./ heat controls. It comes com- | | | Sl aod io vids th dien ward Cer. 3rd & H 
O. A. Schwartz. “It's not just | plete with a cookbook of tested | 2A | 9968 | "| 
the superman or spaceman in-|recipes. (One store has had 
terest. These toys require|samples of the cakes and gin- , 
study.” ‘gerbread for distribution.) 
This is the report from the| Like most things, the world ’ 
experts as a great, big wonder- of toys changes with the times. 
ful world of toys has come alive But the old standbyg still re- ® bed 
a nae Sie Oe" sage| Asatte eemess| Words Just Don’t Mean Same Thing 


It is a world with the magic; A pogo stick may be called al 


of dolls that cry, the challenge | jet jumper but it stil] serves r ~ : 

of a ship model kit, the Won- the same purpose. . ° ° ° 

ders of @ chemistry set, the; Just ask the man who knows | 7 

thrill of a two-speed sports car.| firsthand—Santa Claus. From/| ere as in Ica 0, : OVICe in S Bo oa 
It has the make believe of a his post in one downtown de- - ; 

space cadet suit, the fun of a/ partment store, he reports that! Chicago Tribune Press Service | Department, I am not sure I\no such thing as a one page § 

suddly todiy bear. tel * — —y still = girls and they! Herbert V. Prochnow, Chica-| know the English language very memo. The Sleep-N-Store Reg. T. M. 

Cc ‘ p S : 4 . : on , ie : ey , » ££ 

in which you can build castles : pA gprs aay frills have been | ©” banker and compiler _ Of! well, he said, “I used to think You are catching on fast, jm ‘An extre bedreem, with an extra closet + 95 

is learning'in Chicago that ‘brief’ meant Dulles remarked with a laugh. | stteched! This handsome sofe is « com- 


and see knights in shining ar-| added. Dolls now come jointed |¥morous stories, eae” a 
mor. And you can be a doctor,/and walk, cry, talk, say their | that words don’t mean the same ‘short.’ The Chicago banker took) @ with oe covered 


es re hunter, bo a prayers, and even blow their|thing in Washington as in| “But from some of the ‘brief’ over his post several weeks ago, B cusnion by 
ehiel whenever you want, noses. Miniature dolls have | chicago. meetings I have attended, the but the presentation of his com- GOODY EAR 


wa ith ice : , | Ndbiv ; 

Uranium Kit Available |wardrobes with ice skating and) At a ceremony during which word means just the opposite mission was postponed until @ & Ne-Seg springs. — 
| = 

marues —HigeaM Goon AVEaR 


‘ballet outfits and loungin : 
This wonderful world has pajamas. They wear high en he received _ his presidential here. Dulles returned from the For- ee oe 
7 2, re } 


opened up in area stores withiand have diamond rings on|commission, Prochnow joked) «yy first one lasted two'eign Ministers Conferénce at = ees Si : 
a ee FOAM RUBBER 


the Christmas buying season. ir about his bewilderment over : “ , 

Now is the time for adults to By 2 Fg dolls, monopo-| the strange language of bureau- eure, 90 Por eens viper begeondans | & the roomy end 

enjoy it as well as the young- ly sets, sleds, ice skates and|cracy. Prochnow received his| rarely are brief. Another thing, ‘I can't say how happy we ethtets Decitien (ff /, 

sters. And that’s what many|parchesi still are holding their}commission as Under Secretary|I had to read up on my Latin./are to have you here,” Dulles! & tepped end table A... 1320 NEW YORK AVE. 

were doing yesterday. own against new gadgets and|of State for International Af-|I had to learn about such things | .4:4 | for drinks, eth trays, etc. in 
You can do almost anything) massing fads in the toy parade,|f{airs from State Secretary) as ‘quid pro quo’ and ‘ad hoc.’"| «1 1. oe certain that I am) fe Netwrel Sirch or Walnut, Capital Garage Building, NA. 8-5859 

fn the world of toys/now ON buvere report. ‘\Dulles. He was vice president} Prochnow said that he has| mn in that am) reer -_ 

display. 4 Right now the wonderland of of the First National Bank in found va that every rags 4 ae a he the we pre 13 . Monday and Thursday, 10-9; Daily and Saturday, 10-6 
Want to prospect for UTA ious | rj Chicago. sion is “substantive,” every jobities,” Prochnow replied, “but I MERI HA rates on peepee 

nium? ven Nt mang: oS ys vo = “Since coming to the State an “exercise,” and that there is'can say I will do my best.” t= eR aiatt » FREE PARKING FOR OUR PATRONS 

You can be grubstaked with 1)... af I Ree LI As OR VI 4 outs saat i, TIC ae Ts 


a geiger counter outfit com-|" tt is a grown-up world in 


_ 
plete with claim papers, 100) .inisture’ There are super- ) 
shares of mining cOmpaNy|warkets with conveyor belts, BUY with | 
Pincers he FS) Ra =, an electric power filling station 
that charges battery cars, CONFIDENCE 


“play safe” traffic game with 
street signs and traffic tickets. 


‘The World of Characters 


| ee 

| It is a world abounding with e —— 

characters, from a menagerie | DISTRICT j tm. 

of animals to Robert the Robot oto 
and Winnie the Pooh figures.| HOME AND 

| There are marvelous dis- j 

\coveries anc endless things to 

do—weaving on a loom, play- AUTO SUPPLY 
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B4 Sunday, November 27, 1955 


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yesterday 

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fund can.paign which begins 
March 1. They include selec- 
tion of division chairmen and 
enroliment of about 22,000 vol- 
f/unteer workers. 

Bell said the financial goal 
of the campaign’ has not yet 
been set. “he 1955 drive raised 
| $1,424,000 in the Washington 
area. 
| Tompkins, who is president 
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las well as holding many other| 
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In accepting the post, Tomp-|!¢e, and said he was 
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The District Hack Inspector’s; Applicants will 
Office will be replaced as Of | co of uestions 
Dec. 1, by the Public Vehicles| aS ewe 
Unit of the Police Department's! 


be given a 
to study in| 
advance of the test, any 25 of 
traffic division—and in the|Which they are liable to be) 
process there'll be a few other|asked. The system was born 
changes made. ‘of widespread criticism of the 
| Most noticeable of these will|tests, as they have been con- 
be the Autotypist, a sort of |ducted manually in the past,| 
electronic examination conduc-|and is considered foolproof. 
tor, which will provide at the' Eventually, itds hoped to staff 
touch of a few buttons ready-|the new Public Vehicles Unit 
‘made tests for hack license| completely with civilian clerks, | 
| applicants. 'using policemen only for street 
The Autotypist essentially is| enforcement of the hacking 
a machine loaded with 100 ques-|regulations. The new unit is/ 
tions would-be cab drivers have |the product of two years of | 
to be able to answer before| work by Hack Insp. Francis’ 
they can get a license. A civil-| Dunn and Stephen Grillo of the 
ian clerk pushes 25 buttons and/| District Management Office. 
a set of 25 questions is auto- 
matically typed out, complete | "reset Hackers Exempted 
with enough copies to test 20; Present licensees won't have 
applicants at a time. Moreover,'to take the new exams, but all 
ithe answers are typed out sepa-| future cabbies will. Dec. 1 also 
rately to provide for easy mark-| will inaugurate the issuance of 
‘ing when the test is completed.|new “tamper-proof” identifica- 
‘Doesn't eieet Smears ‘tion cards, known as “faces” in 
: ithe trade 
| The operator of the Auto- The shift-over places super- 
typist himself doesn’t know the/vision of the cabbies entirely 
questions represented by the/within the Police Department. 
‘buttons he pushes for any one|Presently, the- exams are con-| 
test. All he know is that 15| ducted jointly by the police and| 
‘of them will pertain to rates,| the Department of Vehicles and 
locations and zones; five of/Traffic. Under the new order, 
them to Public Utilities Com-|Police Chief Robert V. Murray 
mission regulations, and five to/will accord all applicants final 
‘traffic regulations. Seventy-sixjreview before licenses are is- 
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By Ralph Reikowsky 
Staff Reporter 

Alexandria Mayor Leroy -§.) 
Bendheim and City Manager) 
Ira F. Willard are trying to find | 
ways to streamline and speed | 
‘up the business sessions of the! 
City Council. 

Frequently during the past 
few months Council sessions) # 
that began at 7:30 p. m. lasted) & “ 
without a break until 1:30 or 2) & ae ie | 
a. M. 
| Because of the late hours,| ©. F. Willard L. 5S. Bendheim 
the Council many times dis-| ,..a matter of streamlining 
‘cusses and decides on city ——— 
| business in an otherwise empty 
chamber. Only city department case the council members found 
heads witness what they say that the procedure they have 
and do. been following was illegal. 

The mayor maintains the rea-| They asked the appellate to 
\son the meetings are prolonged | submit a new request in accord- 
iis that councilmen are not in-' ance with the law. 

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“The only way to end the bul! 
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time.” Typical of the business 
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used letters in the most con- 
venient positions. Now the 


typewriter General Services Administra- 
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orate tests by Government typ-,™onth evaluation. 

and liked by 
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The problem of conversion 
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SIMPLIFIED ERTBOAPD 


Doosdds ODOOOOODO) 


OOOODOOO@aOD) -= oan. 
DOOQDDOOHDOO—= | World War II, Dvorak claimed 
typists | OO@D®DOBQOOO—« 


took part in the test and liked! 
the new keyboard so well he) 


didn’t want to come back to! This is the new “simplified” 


< aed 


will be tested soon by se- 
lected Government employes. 


man, for several reasons. 

Among them, he said, was 
the fact that it took about 80 
hours to retrain a typist, that 
the trainee had to be willing 
and in the right mood, that 
the most experienced typists 
were the hardest to retrain, 
and that it would be a massive 
chore keeping typists and ma- 
chines matched up unless the 
whole Department was con- 
verted. 

The Bureau of Federal Sup- 
ply was succeeded by the Fed- 
eral Supply Service, which is 
a part of GSA. 

A GSA press aide hunted 
and pecked through agency 
‘memories yesterday and came 
‘up with the report that the 
old tests showed the new ma- 
chine to be superior but the 
tests lacked “the validity of 
comparability.” 

This meant that the speed 
increases achieved by the test 
group were not compared to 
‘the achievement of a group of 
equally able typists trying to 
‘improve their speeds on the 
‘old keyboard. 
| The new tests will have 
‘“comparability of data,” GSA 
‘promised. The future of some 
| 800,000 Government type- 
'writers is at stake. 
| §till another reason for the 
‘failure of the simplified key- 
‘board to catch on was offered 
‘yesterday by its inventor, 
\Prof. August Dvorak, who 
teaches methods of research 


Hides X’s 


Keyboards 
Are So Easy 
j |On V owels Se 


By Harmon W. Nichols 
Tnited Press 

KJD;DPGLD; AOD NDGLU 
KTRDH SL A LD, YALUPDH 
KTRD, OGKDOE. 

Translated, the above says: 

“These lines were typed on 
a new-fangled typewriter.” 

The contraption soon will be 
given a 4month test by 24 ex 
pert typists picked by the Gen- 
eral Services Administration. 
The Government, which oper- 
ates some 800,000 typewriters, 
wants to see if the new ma- 
chine’s “simplified keyboard” 
really will speed up the output 
of typists by 35 per cent as the 
developer claims. 

Mildred Deen, a secretary in 


iciency 


typewriter keyboard which |typewriters and send a 


| 


able, recalled the Navy spokes-|; 


}nounced test plans except that 


New Keyboard ‘Liked’ in Early Tests 


THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERALD ~ 
° Sunday, November 27, 1955 B5 


ne 


ae. 


A Patent Office official offered 


|informed by a Patent Office ex- 


at the University of Wash-,the patent extension law which /not forgotten his 1946 letter nor ‘aminer that the granting of athe possible explanation that 


ee royalty — against, the terms of the law. 

' overnment during the ex-| Also heard from yesterday) 

Bacon tasege St ae ae tension period. was a former Office of Naval 
ms 2.5 we nter-| “Who ever said I made any Research employe who claimed| 

view, can do the work of twoiclsims against the 

ordinary machines and the€'| ment?” the professor asked yes-\a re-arranged keyboard was 

typewriter makers, he claimed, terday, adding, “All I said when turned down because the 

were opposed to a develop-\the papers asked is that the|Patent Office decided it “does 

ment that might cut down patent is still in force. GSA not rise to the dignity of inven- 

'goofed when it said the patent tion.” 
during expired.” Dvorak said he had On appeal, 


ington. 


Navy consultant the inventor was 


yee ie ee ee <n 


Govern- his application for a patent on! 


patent to Dvorak had no bear- the direction of patent issuance 
ing on the merits of the new) iin recent years has t 
‘application. “stricter in character.” 


ms — a 


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the Navy tests .showed effi- 
increases as high as 
70 per cent. 

He said the Navy planned to| 
‘buy 2000 simplified keyboard | 
“flying | 
squad” of 200 retrained oper-| 
ators into different offices to: 
handle the routine while the) 
regular typists were breaking) 
in on the new machines. The) 
plan was squeiched and the) 
onal of the test was classi- 
fied “confidential,” Professor 
Dvorak said. | 

Security officers laughed 
when they saw the classifica- 
tion, he added. 

A GSA spokesman said. it 
has had no reaction from the 
industry on its recently an-| 


M 
the simplified keyboard will | onthly 


cost no more than the standard 
one. 

There was also the question 
of whether Dvorak would be 
entitled to royalties from the) 
Government for the invention 
he and William L. Deeiey| 
patented in 1936. 

GSA. last week reported the!| 
patent expired in 1953. Seattle 
papers checked with the pro- 
fessor and learned from him 
that the patent had been ex- 
tended until 1959 under provi- 
sions of the Veterans Patent 
Extension Acts. 

GSA checked again and found 
that its copy of the patent had 
somehow become separated 
from a little slip noting the 
patent extension. 

In pocketbook language, the 
slipup made no difference be- 
cause GSA also turned up a' 
1946 letter in which Dvorak! 
offered his invention to the Gov.| 
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her up to 120 words a minute. 
Mrs. 


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the thought 
“Why didn't 
that business of having all the 
vowels where they are handy 


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the new spaperman who teethed | 
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yw’ ' which is a neighbor of the) 
letter “q” on the standard key- 


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pany with the “m” on the left) 
and the “v” on the right. 

As of now we use the lower 
case “‘L” for a One, and the top’ 
rack runs from two to zero 


papermen can count that high 


dane Johnson, a secre-| 
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ant press secretary at the White 


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that the new board has hidden) 
the letter “x.” They must have 
left it in the alphabet, but I'll 
iswear I tan’t find it anywhere. 
_And “x” is one of the most im- 
portant letters. We use it to) 
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Veteran Typists Speak 


Piece on Keyboards 


i It may be great .stuff for 
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FALL PLANTING gives you 
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flow, you can check over 
your property to see the im- 
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made. ; te. 

‘Perhaps you need a. hedge 
or a tree here, renewal of the 
foundation planting, some 
dwarf fruit trees, or plantings 
to attract more birds or im- 
prove the outdoor living 
space. 

Evergreens, especially, 
should be planted at this time. 
They have had their full 
growth, have hardened off, 
and are ready to enter their 
winter dormancy. Here are 
some hints for successful fall 
planting: 

®* Plant only species that 
are adaptable to autumn 
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toneasters, pyracantha, flow- 
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Many F ine Flowers Await Planting 


By Katherine B. Poser 
AFTER the first frosts and 

an early snow such as the one 

last weekend, Washington 

usually has many fine days in 

which garden 

activities are 

possible and 

pleasant. They , 

are good days @ 

to put in more ¢ 

bulbs and to ex- 

periment with 

some that we 

have not tried. 
There are 

usually good 

bargains to be 

had at the Mrs. Poser 

stores. These last-minute bulbs 

generally can be bought at so 

low a cost that they may be 


planted in places where we) 


know they might be cut up by 
a lawn mower later on, or re- 
moved in favor of other plants. 

There is no garden that is so 
small or crowded that it can- 
not accommodate a few more 
bulbs. When we do our last- 
minute cleanup jobs, it should 
be easy to find likely spots in 
which to place them. A few 
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The large bulbs, however, 
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beautiful. | 


THEY CAN be placed in 
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showy effects. Orange Favor. 
ite, a parrot tulip, is tall, hand. 
some and sweet-scented. 

The hyacinth is one of the 
bulbs that has suffered loss 
of popularity from long being 
associated with formal gar- 
dens. But today it is regaining 
its popularity. Modern garden- 
ers are discovering if is a bulb 
that has few enemies and is 
apparently not a favored food 
of field mice or other rodents. 

One of its many good quali- 
ties is the foliage, which pre- 
sents less of a problem after 
blooming time. Like other 
bulbs, it has to be allowed to 
ripen but it is less dense than 
that of narcissus and is un- 
obtrusive in its unattractive 
stages. 

ITS FLOWERS do decrease 
in size after the first year, but 
they seem to remain the sama 
size after this first decrease 
and are very attractive in this 
less stiff and formal stage. We 
have hyacinths that have been 
in the same place for 15 years 
and still produce lovely bloom 
each spring. 

Intense interest was shown 
in hyacinth culture in Europe 
about a century after the 
“tulip mania,” and the bulbs 
brought fantastic prices. Most 
of them are native to Africa 
and were mentioned in garden 
literatures as early as 1506 
The original colors were white, 
pink and pale blue. 


Today, new shades have 


| been produced. La Victoire is 


one of the good reds which is 
very attractive with white 
flowers such as the white ara- 
bis or the new “hyacinth flow- 
ered” candytuft. The yellow 
are newcomers, a 


It is interesting to experi- 
ment with some of the botani- 
cal tulips. Each year, many 
more of these are appearing 
in the catalogues. They are 
particularly adapted to rock 
gardening or to spots where 
they can be placed in masses 
or clumps. 


The Clusiana “Little Lady” 
or “Candystick” tulip is one 
of the best known of these 
small tulips. The outer petals' 
are cherry red, the inner pet-| 
als creamy white with a violet 
base, giving the small blooms 
their “candystick” appearance. 


The Kaufmanniana is one of 
the earliest. They are creamy 
white tinged with carmine and 
can be naturalized in shady 
places. The Sylvestris (Floren- 
tina Odorata) is yellow, sweet 
scented and frequently has 
two flowers to a stem. 


Garden Club 


MEMBERS of the Ayr Hill! 
Garden Club and the four new 
garden clubs of Vienna will 
sponsor an open conservation 
meeting at 8:15 p. m., Monday, 
at the Vienna Elementary 
School. Bryant Tyrell, nat- 
uralist, photographer and lec- 
turer, will present a color 


motion-picture of a trip on the 
C & O Canal. 


SPRINGFIELD Garden Club 
of Montgomery County will 
meet at 8:15 p. m., Monday, at 
the home of Mrs. W. A. Johns, 
5701 Ridgefield rd., Bethesda. 
Mrs. Fred Lang will be the 
speaker. | 


ANNUAL MEETING of the) 
Takoma Horticultural Club! 
will be held at 8 p. m., Mon- 
day, in the auditorium of the 
Takoma Elementary School,' 
Dahlia st. and Piney Branch 
rd. nw. Election of officers for 
1956 will be held. ) 


LUXAMANOR Garden Club 
will present a lecture and dem.-| 
onstration on Christmas deco-| 
rations and arrangements at. 
8 p. m., Tuesday, at Parklawn| 
mansion, Rockville pike, Rock- 
ville. Miss Victoria Kasperski, 
landscape architect and artis- 
tic arrangements teacher, will 
be the lecturer. 


THE AMERICAN Univer- 
sity Park Garden Club will 
meet at 8 p. m. Tuesday at the 
home of Mrs. H. Clay Espey, 
4933 Western ave. nw. Christ- 
mas decorations for the home 
will be the topic. | 


MEMBERS of the Cheverly! 
Garden Club will meet at 8 
p. m., Thursday, in the Chev-* 
erly Community Church. The) 
meeting will feature a discus-| 
sion on Christmas decorations 

THE DISTRICT branch of) 
the National 
Gardeners will meet at 8 p. m., 
Friday, at the G. L. Cornell Co. 


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“I became interested in birds 
in high school quite by acci- 
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brother went to another high 
school in Brooklyn, and he 
wanted to join a club to meet 
people, but he didn’t want to 


‘genheim grant, hired a bacte- 
riologist, and now ig studying 
the mechanism whereby the 
honeyguides break down and 
digest wax. Understanding the 
way the birds digest wax is im- 
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a means of breaking down wax- 
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but said, in effect, “I guess the 
When he isn't studying live or a ° 


ous pretty quickly.” corresponding with African 
G * jence degree at the College of|eomposed limericks about the 
eae: |? = | world isn’t for this.” 
dead birds, Friedmann is likely ay ® 


He took his bachelor of sci- Sources about honeyguides, he 
eens cal birds. 
to be looking at paintings of 
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HERBERT FRIEDMANN 
. «> he'll get Leldy Medal 


the City of New York in 1920, 
his Ph.D. at Comell in 1923, 
was a National Research Coun 
cil Fellow at Harvard from 
1923 to 1926 and.taught zoology 
for three years. He joined the 
Smithsonian Institution's N 

tional Museum in 1929 as cura- 


art r ch “dees away with 
the need for vacations” because 
he can gét away from his sci- 
ific studies of birds “jn space 
as well gs time.” He is never 
happier than when poring 
through ap ancieht Latin teme 
er " or riding: se 
dictionary, he says) on 
ancient art. 
Bird Symbol 
He hopes to write a general 
work on the transition from a 
symbolic, mystic view of nature 


tor of birds. 

It was 1929 that Friedmanalieae Nagy mga mecggy He 4 
published his first book, on thé| mann has written “The Sym- 
cowbirds of North and South palic Goldfinch,” a study of a 
America. popular bird symbol. 

“Herb is the top authority On| The goldfinch turned out to 
avian parasitism, a colleague! he an anti-plague amulet. In the 
said recently. “His book on th! widdle Ages, . persons would 
cowbird is a standard arnitho-| give pictures including gold- 
logical work and still is in de- | finches to friends because that 
mand, though it's out of print.”| would prevent the donor from 


Parasitic Birds 


His study of parasitic birds 
(birds that lay their eggs in the 
nests of others) led him to the 
honeyguides, which are found 


'comparable to paying one’s life 


getting the plague, “It was 


.insurance,” nn said. 
Friedmann has one other ma- 

‘jor interest. He’s chairman of 

‘the Smithsonian committee on 


mostly in Africa. Two species'ine modernization of exhibits, 
are found in Asia, including the) ..»\.), guides a long-range pro- 
orangerumped variety, which ».am of refurbishing old ex- 
frequents the Himalayas and pinit. 

northern Burma. “It's like rewriting and illus- 


The birds got their name trating an encyclopedia for the 
jgeneral public,” Friedmann 


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Jom Lone 
‘Wac at Home 


Former Wac Regina C.dones 
has established a solid beach 
head at the Soldiers Home but 
is anxiously awaiting the ar- 
rival of other igumeuod 
former segvice- ee 
‘women. 


tery Sept 1 
when she be 
came the first 
woman admit- 
ted to the cen- 
itury-old, all- 
male sanctuary > 


of 1800 ex-sol- 
diers. Regina Jones 


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| Today she is comfortably set- 
itled in private quarters, has 
lots of women visitors, but ad- 
mits she will be happier when 
additional females check into 
the home. 

“I get along all right,” said 
Miss Jones yesterday. “But | 


with the men.” 

Miss Jones, who developed 
eataracts on both eyes while 
stationed in Egypt and later 
lost @ leg, has been fixed up 
with a private apartment in 
Anderson House on the home's 
grounds. | 

Retired Army Gen. Wade 
H. Haislip, governor of the 
Home, said at least one other 
former Wace may soon be join- 
Miss Jones in her quarters. 
e Wac'’s application has 
been received and is now being 
processed by the Department 
of the Army, he said. 

Retired Army and 
former Air Force enlisted per- 
sonnel of either sex are en- 
titled to admission if they have 
served 20 years or if have 
been disabled in service 50 
they cannot earn a living. 


Temple to Narrate 
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FINANCIAL 


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1955 


- 


A WASHINGTON BOY SCORES—Pete Lash, a 
Washington, D. C. boy, sprints down the side 
stripe 23 yards for Army's second touchdown in 


phia. Chasing Lash are Navy's Ed Malynn (25) 


yesterday's 14-6 victory over Navy in Philadel- | 
and Tony Stremie (61). Lash attended Alice Deal 


4430 Q st. nw. 


= 


~ Lash and Holleder 


By Shirley Povich 
Staf Reporter 

PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 26—In the best traditions of Army- 
Navy games, the favorite was toppled into startling defeat to- 
day with the West Point Cadets the winners, 144, at the end 
of a contest that was a triumph for foot soldiers all over 
the world. 

Army's football infantry, contemptuous of Navy's air superi- 
ority, ground out to two big touchdowns in the second half 
to wipe out Navy's 60 lead and win the game by ramming the 
ball down Navy's throats, as they «ay in football pariance. 

It was achieved before 102,000 enrapt spectators in vast Mu- 
nicipal Stadium, in weather that was as as snappy as Pat Ucbel’s 
yardage-grabbing shots at the Navy line. 
tain Uebel, the busiest ball carrier on the field, who gave the 
Cadets their first touchdown and ball control for most of the 
game. tz , ‘a a 

Navy this day was fumbling! 


itself out of the Cotton toa SALLOT Wins 


game. The Middies’ fond 


dreams of a New Year's game at| 

Dallas were punctured by aie ae ] E i] 
pecia asluy 

were recovered by Army's al- oe 

ternately jolting and alert de- 

fenders. Three times it hap- 

Navy was performing like no | . , 
false favorite in the first quar-| By poten eo mag 
ter when George Welsh piloted | 


It was Army Cap-' 


Four-Time | 
Losers Pick 


Off 5 Passes 
By Hornung 


| LOS ANGELES, Nov. 26 @® 
University of Southern Cali- 
fornia an in and out team with 
four losses this season, put to 
gether its greatest game and 
mightiest upset today to bump 
Notre Dame, 42-20, before 04, 
892 fans in Memorial Coliseum. 

Southern California shot to a 
21 to 7 lead in the first half only 
to have Notre Dame pull to 
within one point of them. But 
quarterback Jim Contratto, re 


_. |flecting the do-or-die. spirit of 


the entire Trojan team, com- 
pleted two touchdown >asses to 
pull away from the Irish in the 
fourth period. Halfback Jon 
Arnett added another touch- 
down in the final period. 

It was a contest of long 
passes and long runs with 
Southern California fullback: 
C. R. Roberts and Notre Dame 
quarterback Paul Hornung 
|'matching runs of 58 yards and 
ithe teams both completing 


Navy fumbles, six of which 
' o © 
: At Pimlico 
pened deep in Army territory. | 
the Middies 76 yards to a touch-| 


BALTIMORE, Nov. 26— passes of better than 60 yards. 


ao 


Janior High and Sidwell Friends Schools. He is 
the son of Col. and Mrs. Percy H. Lash Jr., of 


Associated Press 


Cx: Tech, Ole Miss Win, Go to Bowls 


* 2 
This Morning... 
- ‘a With Shirley Pevich 
Fo Whom It May Concern: 


BOB DAVENPORT, UCLA's candidate for All-Amer- | 


ica fullback, will be bypassed by the pro football teams 
in their draft of college players. He is a Mormon and re- 
fuses to play football on Sunday . . . Former Heavy- 
weight Champ Jack Sharkey has an 1l-year winning 
streak on his New Hampshire deer hunts and is now in the 
woods trying to make it 12 in a row. pe 

- ++. lhe Red Sox are now supposed to ~ 
be talking trade with Cleveland for 
Second Baseman Bobby Avila, with 
Mickey Vernon as the bait ... Earl 
Blaik hag a chapter all to himself in 
the book, “Football's Greatest Coach- 
es,” but Eddie Erdelatz, Navy coach 
whose teams beat Blaik’s Army eleven 
four out of five, doesn’t rate a men- 
tion... Was Manager Chuck Dressen 
ready to bolt the Nats? A Milwaukee 
source says Dressen was an appli- 
cant for the post of personne! director 
the Braves have been trying to fill 
through an advertisement in Sport- 
ing News ... Yesterday's Army-Navy game was the second 
most-covered sports event in history, out-covered only by the 
World Series. The game was broadcast live on 576 Mutual sta- 
tions, had a 170-station TV hookup, was beamed abroad via 
the Voice of America in six languages, and was short-waved 
to military installations in Iceland, the Caribbean and the 
Pacific . . . Rocky Marciano, always in shape, could fight on 
shorter notice than any heavyweight champion who preceded 
him. 


: 
nn 


POVICH 


THE YANKEES were tipping their hand on their Japanese 
tour when Gil McDougald, last year’s second baseman, played 
shortstop. He lost his second base job to Billy Martin but is 
crowding Shortstop Phil Rizzuto back to the bench ... Barney 
Ross, former welter champ, is now a member of Singer Eddie 
Fisher's front office team that arranges tours. He also edits a 
magazine for wounded war vets, like himself... the higheast- 
paid lineman in football, at $11,000, is said to be Art Donovan, 
son of the famed boxing referee of the same name. He plays 
guard for the Baltimore Colts who pay high salaries because 
President Carroll Rosenbloom insists on plowing profits back 
into the team .". . While the Redskins’ ownership has been 


meaning about poor attendance, the Colts have been aver- 


aging more than 41,000 for each home game ... Washington 


See POVICH, Page C-2, Col. 1. 


; |Sugar Bowl, their fifth straight 


> 


Swink Stars 


TCU Beats 
SMU, Wins 


Engineers 
Play Pitt in 
Sugar Game 


ATLANTA, Nov. 2 @ 
Georgia Tech's fleet of fast) 
backs scampered to a stunning | 
21 to 3 victory over arch rival) 
Georgia today and the Engi-|\#—J 
neers immediately accepted & one of his greatest games to- 
bid to play Pittsburgh in the! aay to carry Texas Christian to 
a 20-13 victory over Southern 
'Methodist and win the South- 


bowl assignment under Coach 
Bobby Dodd. 


2 | It also will mark Tech’s third west Conference football cham- 


trip to New Orleans in those) pionship. 

five years. The Engineers; The great TCU halfback 
tromped Mississippi 24 to 7 in scored two touchdowns and 
1953 and took West Virginia romped to 131 yards as he 
|42 to 19 in the Sugar classic in pulled TCU from behind and 


| 1954. Tech has never lost a bow! brought the school its sixth 


game upder Dodd. title. 
| ereth spotted underdog but; Fought to virtual standstill 
aroused Georgia to a three-'ror three periods the Horned 
point lead today but then got) Frogs broke loose in the final 
in gear and romped to a de-\four minutes for two touch- 
cisive victory before 40,000 qowns as the slim young man 
fans. It gave Tech a record of)... through, over and around 
| sage goes: one loss and a tie the massive SMU line in one 
ifor the season. Aihiti 

reat exhibitions of 
| Bobby Garrard’s 58-yard run she one 
set up Ken Coopers lSyard) toy wound up with the 
field goal for Georgia after the! -hampionship by a half-came 
‘opening kickoff but that was im It already. was in the 
all for the Bulldogs. rope me 
| Tech's rugged line, led by), ‘ust added icing to the 
‘Guard Franklin Brooks and ne | . 
Center Jimmy Morrris, stopped | Mississippi, which clinched 
|Georgia in its cleats the rest | 
of the way and the speedy | 


League Title} 


‘Cotton Bowl and the victory) 


Rebels Romp, 
Face TCUin 
Cotton Classic 


26 (P—Eagle Day’s quarterback- 


sippi State, the Southeastern 
Conference title and an invita- 
tion to play Texas Christian in 
the Cotton Bowl. 

Mississippi's selection was 
announced in Dallas shortly 
after the Rebels posted their 
ninth victory against one loss 
and Texas Christian beat South- 
ern Methodist to take the 
Southwest Conference crown. 

Halfback Earl Blair's fancy 
running was what made Day's 
plays click today. 

Day engineered two quick 
scoring thrusts in the first half 
with Blair going over on both 
occasions to spark the Rebels 
to their ninth win in 10 starts 
before a sellout crowd of 35, 

Sub Quarterback John Wal- 
lace Blalack lobbed a 30-yard 
touchdown pass to End Don 
Williams in the third period 
and Rebel Tackle Bill Yelver- 
ton, one of the host of Missis- 
'sippi defenders who stopped 
every State effort, nailed Ma- 


See TCU, Page C-7, Col. 5. \ See OLE MISS Page C-6, Col. 4\and squandering its biggest 


Engineer backs shredded the 
Georgia defense. | 

Tech bulled 53 yards for a 
‘touchdown to go ahead only 


See GA. TECH, Page C-6, Col. 1, 


i | ee a Navy 6 
Auburn 26..... ... Alabama 
Baylor 15 

Boston Col. 26...Holy Cross 7 
Clemson 40 Furman 20 
Colorado A&M 10..Colorado 0 
Georgia Tech 21....Georgia 3 
Miami 6 
Mississippi 26...Miss. State 


N. Mex. 21; Brigham Young 
Oklahoma 53....Okla. Aa&M 
Okla. Fr. 48...Air Force Fr. 


Redskins Game 
Today on WTOP-TV 


Today's National Football 
League game between the 
Washington Redskins and 
Steelers in Pittsburgh will be 
televised over WTOP-TYV 
(Channel 9) and broadcast on 
WTOP (1500 k.c.), starting 
at 2 p.m. 


16 


12 


Football Results 


7 Tennessee 20 


0 


S. Calif. 42.. Notre Dame 20 


g| So. Carolina 21 .... Virginia 14 


.. 89.M.U. 13 
... Vanderbilt, 14 
Tex. Tech 16...H.Simmons 14 
Texas West 14 Trinity 
Tulane 13 L. VU. 13 


| SERVICE FOOTBALL 
Bolling 34.. 


CANADIAN PRO 
. (Championship Game) 


iT.C.U. 20 . 


\Edmonton 34 


STARKSVILLE, Miss., Nov. 


13\harmed by its fumbles, but it 


down from the opening kick- 


The Bowl Picture 


As a result ef yesterday's 
games here is the lineup for 
the major bowls on New 
Year's Day: 

ORANGE BOWL — Mary- 
land (10-0) vs. Oklahoma (10-0). 

ROSE BOWL — Michigan 
State (8-1) vs. UCLA (9-1). 

SUGAR BOWL — Georgia 
Tech (1-1) vs. Pittsburgh 
(7-3). 

COTTON BOWL 
(9-1) vs. Mississippi (9-1). 

GATOR BOWL — Not yet 
designated. 


TCU 


off. From behind mufflers, the 
big foot stamping @hrong began 
to envision an ignominious rout 
of Army. 

It didn’t happen. The Cadets 
of Earl Blaik toughened up im- 
mediately. Don 

Olieder, the converted end 
who admits he doesn't own 
passing skill, made Army mové 
‘the ball despite the lack of a 
passing threat. It was over- 
‘land all the way on both Army 


FORT WORTH, Tex., Nov. 26 |ing artistry today gave Missis-|so.-hdowns. 
im Swink closed out with |sippi a 26-0 victory over Misssis-| 


Capt. Ralph Chesnauskas 
kicked the point that put Army 
‘in a 746 lead after Uebel’s 
touchdown late in the frst 
quarter, and with Navy trying 
to get back in the game, the 
Cadets applied the crusher in 
the final quarter. It-was a 23- 
yard touchdown gallop by little 
Pete Lash, capping an 85-yard 
march that stemmed from a 
Navy fumble on the Army 15. 

Army was setting something 
of a modern record by attempt- 
ing only two passes in the con- 
_ test, both of which missed. Hol- 
lender acknowledged the tre- 
menodus power in Army’s line 
which outplayed Navy for most 
of 


‘and an unadvertised power in 


‘ithe Army atttack, Dick Murt- 


nd. 
| In the fumbling department, 
the contest was a big switch. 
‘Army; leading the Nation in 
fumbles all season, was. guilty 
of only one muff. Navy, seem- 
‘ingly to pained partisans of the 
'Middies, was fumbling all day 


chances to win the game. 
| Navy was delivered from an 
‘even more infamous November 
26, 1955, hy the compassionate 
‘hands of the big clock in the 
stadium which snipped off an- 
other Army drive at the Navy 
l-yard line by signaling the end 
of the first half. 

Navy may never be able to 
‘measure in what degree it was 


' 
: 


is in evidence that the Middies 


the day, by hewing closely | 
‘to his handoffs to Ubel, Lash! 


Brookmeade Stable’s Sailor, er 4 Sin breath-taking 
practically left to his own de- ? oo, EE Se -ee8 
‘vices when his rider's saddle STATISTICS 
slipped, made his smart opposi- Sesthern Cali 
tion appear all wet as he won 2) 
‘the 19th running of the $50,000 
\Pimlico Special under sunny 
skies today. 
The son of Eight Thirty, with 
Jockey Hedley Woodhouse| 
‘hunched up on his back most — - 
yof the way, went into the wire| Gene Kapish had the huge 
two and one-half lengths in ad-| crowd screaming time after 
vance of Llangollen Farm's Mis-| time. But the Irish could score 
ter Gus. A neck farther back) but once in the final period to 
was Alfred G. Vanderbilt's So-\the three touchdowns of the 
cial Outcast, the heavily-back-| Trojans to give Coach Jess 
led favorite with an eager-bet-| Hill’s players their first victory 
ling crowd of 20,275. over Notre Dame since 1950. 
Up the race track and out of| The teams swapped touch- 
the money with no apparent ex-|downs in the opening period. 
cuses were the other five, in-\Southern California drove 68 
cluding Venezuela's Prendase,'yards to score with quarter- 
second on the International | back Ellsworth Kissinger saedh- 
grass but a dull and laboring!ing the final yard. The frish 
fifth on the loam track. retaliated by marching 67 yards 
On a day when Navy was tak-|with Hornung scoring from 8 
ing me the chin in Philadel-|yards out. 
phia, Sailor, considered @ so-so| But then Southern California 
S-yearold in “a season domi-|moved ahead to its 21-7 lead. 
nated by Nashua and Swaps,'Fullback C. R. Roberts tight- 
‘brought his backers, nautical |roped 14 yards on the first play 
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lost the ball on the Army 13, 
the Army 15 and the Army 34,' 


Army recovered. 
George Welsh, Navy's magl- 
clan-quarterback, had’ little 


Montreal 19| See GAME, Page C4, Col. 1. 


Blaik Says He’s ‘Against Bowls This Year’ 


> 
. 


Holleder Called ‘Smart’ 


In Disdaining to Pass 


By Herman Blackman 
Staff Reporter 


MUNICIPAL STADIUM, Philadelphia, 
Nov. 26~—In the delightfully delirious dress- 
ing room of Army today, Coach Red Blaik 
was called. upon to answer the inevitable 
question about his Cadets going to a bowl. | 

Blaik didn’t show much enthusiasm. 

“Bow! talk hurts you,” he said. “Look what 
happened to that fine Navy team. That's 
all those kids have been hearing for three 
weeks. No, I'm against bowls this year. It | 
has been a long season. I've had all the foot- | 
ball I want.” 

in a corner, Blaik was accepting. 
congratulations from newspapermen who put 
the questions to him bluntly. : 

How did it happen, this 146 upset of the 

Middies? | 


Na | 

we have & very fine Army team,” Blaik 
said. “You don't often find a team in deep 
trouble such as we were in during the 
first half that is able to come back. We were 
under terrific pressure those first 20 minutes. 


See ARMY, Page C4, Col, 8, 


| NORMAN, 


29 games, 


The 


‘ 


Oklahoma. breeze 


Oklahoma's versatile backfield units—two o 
‘tham—tried a variety of rushing and passing =¢W 
‘combinations in preparation for the Jan. 2/ Was 
‘date with Maryland at Miami. Nine Sooners speec. 
shared in the scoring. 

The smallest crowd of the season here— 
35,000—turned out to watch Oklahoma humbie 
its traditional state rival for the 10th year 
in .a row, It was the Aggies’ eighth loss against. 
two victories this season. 

Though the 


issue never was in 


Sooners’ 

appeared secure after today’s 344-yard total. 

A&M rushed only 130 yards. 7 
Quarterback Jimmy Harris and sophomore 


Oklahoma Wins 29th in Row 


26 m#—Top-rated*Halfback Clendon Thomas each scored twice 

by Oklahoma A&M today,'for Oklahoma, Halfbacks Robert Burris, Tommy | 
53-0, in an Orange Bowl warmup that stretched’: McDonald and Robert Derrick and End Joe 
the Big Seven champion’s winning streak to Mobra also went over for touchdowns. 
| Eddie Teague, backfield coach for 
¢ scouted the game. He said he saw several, 
gimmicks in Oklahoma's techniques, and | 
articularly impressed with its backfield| 


.' Nov. 


He 


has scouted this season. 


: 


first period was scoreless, the! 
doubt. O oma hammered 
seven minutes 


pleted three of 


said McDonald “is faster than anyone we) 
ve.” 
It was the third Oklahoma game Teague’ 


“Every game I've seen something 
we'll have to work on,” Teague said. 
' One of Thomas’ scores came .on a 65-yard | 
punt return. But the standout offensive show- 
ing was turned in by McDonald. He led in 
rushing with 84 yards in 14 carries and com- 
four passes for 65 yards. 


Maryland,| “an 
be said, There 
filed into the 
Very few even 


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PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 26—No one spoke 
out in the Navy dressing room after the | 
Middies lost, 146, to Army today, | 

| 
| 


after the game before they were willing to 
talk to anyone. hen they did say something 
it was soft and brief. Most of them prkised 
Army.” We have no excuses, they 
They were good today. Give them the credit,” 
said Navy Captain John Hopkins. 


fumble six times against a team and not 
expect them to score.” 
most praise for Army came from | 


See NAVY, Page C-7, Col. 6 


) 


Cadets Ran Better | 
Than frish—Erdelatz | 


By Martie Zad 
Staff Reporter 


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from their families and girls who gathered | 
outside the dressing room. | 
The Navy players shed their gear quietly, | 


began to dress. It was long 


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Redskins Play Steelers With Eye on Title Race 


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Lions Win, 
3-2, Over 


Johnstown 


By Bob Alden 
Stall Reparter 
With their rookies playing like 

poised veterans, the Washing- 
ton Lions halted the high-scor- 
‘ing Johnstown Jets, 3-2, last 
‘night in an Eastern Hockey 
League game before 1543 peo- 
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MARYLAND is struggling with its ‘allotment of 
Orange Bowl tickets .. . The Terps got the customary 
one sixth or 12,129 tickets . . . Of these, 200 each must 
go to the other seven members of the Atlantic Coast 
Conference .. . Then, since Maryland has over 7000 students 
that about 


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Washington Favored 


Dale Atkeson Returns 
After 3-Week Layott 


By Jack Walsh 


Stall Reporter 


| PITTSBURGH, Nov. 26—Washington’s Redskins will be 
‘striving to put together a four-game winning streak here tomor: 
row—that’s something they haven't achieved since 1948. 

And yet all the pressure won't be on the Redskins as they 
do battle with the Pittsburgh Steelers at Forbes Field. The 
Cleveland Browns, playing the New York Giants at the Polo 
Grounds. are bound to be sneaking some looks at the scoreboard 
to see how the Redskins are progressing. 

To the coe gee age just about i the pro football observers, 
hi ‘the Redskins still are very much in title contention. They 
specinaienh teniaarers anaes itrail the Browns, Eastern Divi--* ~°* . © & .aeoe 

: sion leaders, by only a game iil 


shut out the Jets after the)" h th : 
early minutes of the game 4nd|W'*® tree to play. ae WASHINGTON PITTSBURGH 


limited the league’s highest} Should the Browns (7-2) Gi Phikedetenis | 
scoring line of Don Hall, Ken|stumble once and the Skins [f first: 
Coombs and Dick Roberge to/(63) win their remaining 
one goal. games, a playoff wil? be in 

McWhinney, 23 - year - old order, 
rookie, who has been subbing} Sunday’s important game at 
for a month, made 32 saves. He| |Pittsburgh will be televised in 
several times stopped Johns-|Washington over WTOP-TV 
town drives that broke through Cesenet 9) and the kickoff is 
Washington defehsemen. ‘at 2p. m 

The Lions No. 3 line of Cen-' For the second time this sea 
ter Steve Smith and Wingmen son, the Skins enter a game as) 
John McMillan and Gordon’ 
Comport, all rookies, scored the 
tying and winning goals. 

McMillan slapped in a re- 
bound from one of his own| 
shots at 17:20 of the second | 
period after Johnstown Goalie | 
Bill Anderson had made a spec- 
tacular save. 

With Johnstown a man short | 
at 6:28 of the third period after | 
Player-coach Lloyd Ailsby was 
caught tripping, Smith scored | favorite. Cautious ogdsmakers | 
the winning goal. The expert | established Washington a 5%-! 
stick-handler from Port Arthur, | point choice over the Pitts-| 
Ontario, picked up a pass from/burgh team that has dropped 
Comport behind Johnstown’s | four in a row. 
net and sailed around front of | The Redskins are in excel-| 
Anderson and slammed thejlent shape for the Steelers, 
puck by him. | generally a bruising club. Full- 

Defenseman Orval (Crash)|back Dale Atkeson and Half- 
Kelly of Johnstown lived up to|/back Vic Janowicz are report- 
his name in the first period | eq in their best condition in a’ 
when he floored Washington’s|month. Atkeson returns after | 
leading scorer Dan  Morgan|a three-week absence and Jano-| 
with a body check and sent|wicz is recovered from a sore 
Morgan to the showers with &| shoulder. 
slight concussion. | With a makeshift backfield, 

The Lions won their third) ‘though, the Skins have beaten 
said, the girls were their “secret weapon.” (game in a row and tied Balti-|the Eagles, 34-21: the 49ers. 7-0, 
They are Sally Conklin of Beacon, N. Y., | more for second place. — land the Cardinals, 31-0. 
left, and Sue Sirota of Merrick, Long Island. ; 6 @-3| Odds on a third successive 

ashingtom .....--.--.. 1 _'-%\ shutout should be prohibitive. 

Washing | Still, Pittsburgh was blanked 

once this year—240, by the 

Den Mall (e \Eagles. The Steelers primarily 

PENALTIES: - sr hte have become a passing team 

Se een as men on iee).| With Jimmy Finks doing most 
14. BM Gallacher “(irtpping), 17:4%.\ of the throwing. 

_ SECOND -FERO an (Steve Wwasi| Eddie LeBaron probably will | 

7:20, Johnste direct most of the Redskin at-| 

D-PERIOD SCORING: Washing-| tack. Ralph Guglielmi has a) 

Benth ering McMillan), 6:78. 


faculty members, 
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To avoid the danger of scalping, 
students at Maryland are given cou- 
pons for their tickets which are ex- 
changeable the day of the game... 
Whatever tickets Maryland has ieft 
(which will be none) must be returned 
by Dec. 10. . . Each player on both 
squads will get two complimentary 
tickets. 


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Benny Robinson, Maryland's vet- 

eran tickct man, says the demand is 

ADDIE greater this year than in 1953 when 

the Terps last went to the Orange Bowl . . . Jim Tatum, who 

attended the Army-Navy game yesterday, interrupted his 

bowl arrangements just to see the service classic .. . Tatum 

will demand facilities for a secret practice this time, some- 

thing he didn’t get for the New Year's game in 1954 .. . Big 
Jim still is undecided about a hotel. 


Recount Shows 
18.065 Fans at 
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| Today’s Pro F saat | 


WASHINGTON at Pittsburgh. 065 at Friday night's school- 
San Francisco at Baltimore. | hoy championship football 
Chicago Bears-Chicago Cards.| gaine at Griffith Stadium, a 
Cleveland at New York. recheck of figures disclosed 
Los Angeles at Philadelphia. | yesterday. 
sci Paid attendance originally 
was announced as 17,255 at 
the 66 deadlock between 
Gonzaga, Catholic League 
champion, and Cardozo, In- 
terhigh League champion. 
Record attendance for a 
high school game in Washing- 
ton was set a number of 
years ago at an Interhigh 
League playoff in Griffith 
Stadium when 18,571 fans 
turned out. 


Official attendance was 18.- 


Don't be surprised if the Nats take at least two draft picks 
from the minor league meetings which start tomorrow in 
Columbus . .. Washington has the first draft pick and then 
will have another turn, later .. . In all probability, Calvin 
Grifith and Chuck Dressen will shoot for another young 
pitcher on their second time around. 


THE DRAFTING of baseball players is interesting . . . The 
rules that any player who has been sent down to the 
minors three times is available ... Then, any player who 
has been in organized ball two years without advancing 
beyond Class B, is draftable ... This progresses so that any 
player who has been in the game four years without getting 
past Double A or Triple A is on tap as well as a player who 
has been around five years without progressing beyond the 
“open” classification which is the tag for the Pacific Coast 
League .. . Not more than one player may be drafted from 
the “roster” of any one minor league club ... That means 
the clubs load their rosters with fellows from lower classifica. 
tions and protect the good ones. 


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SECRET WEAPON—Girl cheer leaders, pentiehéh tees 


wearing Army sweaters, lead West Point 
Cadets in cheers during yesterday's game 
, with Army in Philadelphia. As the Cadets 


— > 


“Dixie Howell’ Male Takes a Rest 
Leads Auburn Army’ s Secret te ie. 
Tohnstown—N bruised left shoulder, but) 


ree Alabama Girl Cheer Leaders .|should be ready to relieve the 


BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Nov. 26 | s). 12:36. Johnstown—Lievd | 
MUNICIPAL STADIUM, PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 26—The | Miser" Mosse sis "| little. Baron, if necessary. 


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Immediate public reaction ta the proposed shortening of 
the Griffith Stadium fences is favorable . . . Apparently, 
Washington fans are tired of seeing the Nats a couple of 
runs behind in the ninth inning with no chance of catching | 
up because of the faraway fence ... It's interesting to note 
that Roy Sievers hit 18 of his 25 homers on the road last 
year ... There's a reasonable expectancy of 30 to 35 for the 
big fellow with the fences moved in. 


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Ohio State's great Hopalong Cassady visited the Detroit | 
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in to say hello to Sonny Gandee, a former Buckeye star... 
Detroit may draft Cassady at that but, despite his fame, pro 
scouts say he’s a step too slow. 


THE MORE you see college football games the more you 
are convinced that few teams play the same game on succes- 
sive weekends . . . Look at Texas which clearly dominated 
& supposedly superior Texas A. & M, team... And yet, if 
the two met again, the Aggies conceivably could win .. . Pro 
football is an example of the reverses which happen when 
teams play each other twice ... Baltimore beat the Bears 
and then lost the second game , .. Philadelphia walloped the 
Giants earlier and then was routed in the second game... 
The Browns lost to the Redskins and then won easily ... 
Green Bay beat Detroit and then in turn was defeated. 


There are two big betting games in the bowls this year 
. Maryland and Oklahoma prohably will be the biggest of 
them all with Michigan State and UCLA close behind. 


There is still a possibility that Calvin Griffith will book 
some games in Ecuador next spring .. . Calvin has no qualms 
about flying the club, as his late foster-father, Clark Griffith, 
had. 


The Nats, incidentally, are pleased with the winter ball! 
showing of Camilo Pascual but they're not overly excited 

. » Winter ball seldom is any indication of a player's true 
worth because a lot of them don't put out too much. 


This Morning... 


POVICH—From P. C-] 


and Lee University’s program of de-emphasized football is no | 
hit with the students. Last Saturday in the final quarter of 
W. and L.'s 12-0 defeat by West Va. Tech, its seventh straight 
loss, the chant in the students’ section demanded “Bring back 


‘was named after 
greatest passer but wound up 


Alabama's 


iat rival Auburn, threw for two 


touchdowns against “Dixie” 


|Howell’s old school today and 
‘carried his Plainsmen to a sure 


“bowl bid with a 26-0 victory. 


Tubbs ran for another score 
and ground-eaters Bob James, 
Jr. and Joe Childress, All 
America fullback, did all the 
rest that was necessary as 
Auburn romped effortlessly 
over an Alabama team that 
hasn't won a game since mid- 
1954 and has lost all 10 this 
year. 

Tubbs is said to have been re- 
jected by the school that his 


dad picked out for him when| 


he named him for Alabama's’ 
Rose Bowl hero. A high school 


‘injury in Birmingham had 


made his future questionable. 
Auburn snapped him up and 
this season Tubbs lead Auburn 
to an 81-1 record. 


Tubbs tossed for two touth-' 
downs in the second period, | 
both to end Jerry Elliott in| 


almost identical plays. One was 


‘for 23 yards, capping an 80-yard 


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overcoated crowd arrived early as usual to witness the 
parade of the 3600 Midshipmen and 2400 Cadets. The blue- 
jacketed Middies marched on the field first, then gave way 


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to the gray-clad Cadets. 


Navy took note of the season-ending binge across the country 
for hanging coaches in effigy. The Middies paraded a float 
around the field with several mule carcasses strung up. When 


the float stopped in front of the Navy section, out hopped Len | 
Benzi and Bos Craig with Billy XVI, the Navy mascot. 
After the Middies had re- >" 


leased Billy XIV, a huge van, 
supposedly carting the Army 
mule, arrived on field. 

There was a big “A” and a 
sign “Secret Weapon” on the 
van. Atop the truck were 
three Cadets in combat fa- 
tigues who pointed machine 
guns at the Midshipmen. 

The van spun around the 
track and stopped before the 
Cadets. But to the surprise 
of the onlookers, it wasn't the 
mule that came out. 

Instead two pretty cheer- 
leaders — a blonde and red- 
head—stepped out to the de- 
light of the Cadets. 

The girls were Susan Sirota 
of Merrick, N. Y., and Sally 
Conklin of Beacon, N. Y. 

Seconds later, Army Cap- 
tain Pat Uebel led the mule 
out of the ramp from the 
Cadets’ dressing room. 

There was a profusion of 
college coaches for the big 


t.| service classic. Among those 
on hand were Maryland's Jim 


i Ron Beagle, | 


‘| Pellegrini on. 


Tatum, Purdue's Stu Hol- 
combe, Ray Eliot of Illinois, 
Rip Engle of Penn State, 
Duffy Daugherty of Michigan 
State, and Steve Sebo of 
Penn. Tatum put in an ap- 
pearance at a press party last 
night in company with Movie 
Star Gloria DeHaven. 


Captains of last year’s Army 
and Navy football teams were 
on hand. Bob Farris of Army 
is the Cadet commander, 
highest rank possible at the 
Military Academy. Farris suf- 
fered an eye injury two years 
ago, ending his career. Navy's 
Phil Monahan, now a Marine 
lieutenant, was sitting on the 
Navy bench. Benzi, a star 
guard for the Middies last 
year, and Craig, a halfback 
last season, are the official 
goat-tenders for the Navy. 
Both Benzi and Craig com- 
pleted their eligibility last 
season. 


Because this game attracts 
such a huge press throng, 
over 500, no photographers 
were allowed on the sideline, 
thereby affording the 102,000 
lucky ticket holders a clear 


LSU Held | 
To 13-13 Tie 
By Tulane 


| BATON ROUGE, La., Nov. 26 


—_... | P—Underdog Tulane rode the | 


passing and dazzline running) 
of quarterback Gene Newton) 
for two touchdowns in the first | 
half today, then held on. 
doggedly to We favored Louisi- 
ana State University, 13-13, be- 

fore 55,000 fans. 

A bilecked conversion at-| 
tempt and a 15-yard holding | 
penalty kept either team from | 
scoring a one-point victory in a. 
hard-fought contest that failed | 
'to settle the championship of 
‘the Bayous. | 

After Tulane’s second touch-| 
down, LSU’s end Billy Smith 
dashed in and blocked a con- 
version attempt by Tulane’s 
Emmet Zelenka. After LSU’s 
first touchdown in the third) 
period, Durwood Graham) 
booted the extra point but a 15- 
yard holding penalty against | 
the Tigers nullified it. On the) 
next try from 18 yards out, he) 
missed. | 

The contest was a battle be-| 
tween two sophomore quarter-| 
backs—Newton for Tulane and | 
M. C. Reynolds for LSU. New: | 


| This is the last road game for 


ton scored the second Tulanei,z 


the Skins. They meet the New! 
York Giants and then the Steel-| 
ers again on the next two Sun- 
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touchdown in the second period | 
on a 6-yard run, and set up the) 
first one with his passing and 
running. The touchdown was| 
scored by fullback Ronnie 
Quillian on an 18-yard run. 


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the pros.” ... Navy's 14-2 victory over Army in 1950 was called | view of the field at all times. 
an upset because Navy that year had won only two of nine 


games, and Army had a 28game winning streak. 


LSU in the fading minutes 
of the second period drove 70 
yards for a score with fullback 
O. K. Ferguson going over 
from the 1. 

LSU's tieing touchdown 
came in the final period when 
Reynolds hit halfback Chuck 
Johns with a 21-yard pass. 


"|Look All-America 


Maryland's Bob Pellegrini 
and Navy’s Ron Beagle were 
area selections on Look maga 
zine’s All-America 22-man foot- 
ball squad yesterday. 


; Easier with a 


Navy appeared on the field 
for. pregame warmups at 1 
sharp, followed six minutes 
later by Army ... the Middies 
immediately started yelling, 
“we play football,” the Navy 
boys were getting in their 
digs at the weak Army sched- 
ule early ... Army, “home” 
team this year, had its bench 
in front of the west stands. 
Since 1948, with the excep- 
tion of the 1951 season when 
Army’s ranks were depleted 
by the cribbing scandal, the 
team with its bench on the. 
west side has emerged the 
victor.—Herman Blackman. 


Sun Bowl nse 
Texas Tech 


EL PASO, Tex., Nov. 26 #| The teams will appear on 
Texas Tech will act as host Jackie Gleason's television 
team for the 1956 Sun Bowl!show next Saturday night. 
Game, it was announced today “he Te NSer) 
by the Sun Bowl Game seélec- 
tion committee. 

Bob Kollinder, chairman. Norman) Mas , 
said Coach Red Weaver of | 
Tech and the team accepted the Pe . 
invitation immediately after Tony > bar 
their 16to-14 victory over’ “4 Hur Pitts. FOU nt, Mervtond. 
Hardin-Simmons today. ee art Morrell. _Michizan 

The opponent for Tech has tig Fotis GR ate Jim Sw 
not been selected, ‘a Jon 


ON THE PRO football front today: The Baltimore Colts 
are 4point favorites over the San Francisco Forty-Niners, 
who are the flops of the year in the NFL; the Bears (aver- 
aging 34 points a game) 15-point favorites over the Chicago 
Cardinals; the Browns (winners of their last six like the 
Bears) 4-point favorites over the Giants; the Philadelphia 
Eagles 1 point over the Rams; the Redskins 4 points over 
Pittsburgh ... Big Leon Hart of Detroit, essaying a fullback's 
job after a career as an end, now has more respect for the 
reguiar fullbacks’ know-how. Hart is discovering that bulk 
alone takes you nowhere . . . Michigan State is favored by 
seven points over UCLA in the Rose Bowl and Oklahoma is 
favorite by the same margin ovér Maryland in the Orange 
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for his two adopted sons, aged 3 and 8. They were born to his 
wife’s sister .. . NL Batting Champ Ritchie Ashburn hit a 
total of three hese runs last season, two of them in St. Louis 
on the same day. 


THE BALLYHOO is heating up for the Bobe Olson-Sugar 
Ray Robinson fight at Chicago Dec. 9. A press release from 
Robinson’s camp reads: “If there is one fighter I can lick 
right now, it is Bobo. I kayoed him the first tinte and then 
licked him on the Coast. I can outbox and outpunch him. I 
saw Randy Turpin punch him full of holes in the first four 
rounds and then blow up. Olson was half dead at the end. 
I went into the dressing room to congratulate him and it was 
a half hour before he could get his breath and talk to anyone.” 

. The last Associated Press football ratings poll took a 
strange turn when Maryland lost its No, 2 ranking to Michigan 
State which a week before had been in third place. The switch 
was made after Michigan State beat Marquette, a seven-time 
loser while Maryland beat George Washington, a three-time 
loser. Previously, Marquette had lost 39-0 to West Va., a team 
that licked GWU only 13-7. . . With the left field fence at 
Griffith Stadium reduced to a mere 350 feet, the Nats are 
newly interested in dealing for First Baseman Walt Dropo 
of the White Sox. If Dropo is acquired, Roy Sievers would be 
reinstated in the outfield. 


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and TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, November 27, 1955 


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Paris S. Carolina | “9% "4g pee terres, Wells Leads 
Inis Vankes Sind: Wins on 3 OS || aaa “gems 


NEW YORK, Nov. 26 ‘®—The New York baseball Giants | 
probably will become tenants at the Yankee Stadium, but not | | 
in 1956, club President Horace Stoneham said today. | By gran 5 ep 
“It won't be next year, of course,” said Stoneham, “and even Anema 
if it were going to be 1957, right now is the time the trans 


GREENVILLE. S. C.,. Nov. 26 
| “ 4 : m—Clemson’s bullish backfield, 

: CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. “—_ eee es i | led by yee oe Joel Wells, 
wis ? a , | - , outscore urman’s surprise 

Nov. ae South Carolina} tm offense 40 to 20 today before 


action should be completed. | DA 4 Viral Sei. Siew aa 
“] can't say now, nor do I think Yankees co-owner Dan Top- | pusne irginia into the , = ; ; | 
y A ‘lantic Coast Conference cellar}  ~ 9 | tonal A . ng hapten 2, season finale 


ping can say that such a move could be arranged. I have never | 0a! 
presented such a proposal to my board of directors, nor has |teday in Scott Stadium where i | ee Wells. a junior, rushed 178 


Dan presented it to his—although we've talked about it for 4 crowd of 6000, the smallest; Gia ae ssiaoilin 
i = %, : to take over the Atlantic 
several years.” since the war, watched the) (Giga A A Coast Conference leadership 


The Giants’ lease n the | Gamecoc ks score on three long ta e 4 . pp ’ 

P ires in 1962, | &8ked for a print of the musi- lruns to beat the Cavaliers, 21-| | ~~ | with 782 yards. However, Duke's 

ote rounds expires in 1804. | | 81 to show to the team. But | 14 ee © 2 . Bob Pascal, in second place, has 

on aie +" 7 ay na after the Legion of Decency | ‘he pattie of we basement ST ee Fo Pi = ‘~ , 4 another game. The 175 yards 

sio 1 the le ; or buy the | included the film on its list, was an unusual one to say the ar are el Sosa ‘enmenid aes a 

re ee Ve called the studio and said pee Page as gy Mien Po ; ia Fi ee ie , . last week by Virginia’s Jim 
ccess. pn * ip p . —_— ey, 2 ‘ : 4 Bakhtiar. 

“I'll probably be talking to Kener yea other arrange- accumulating 375 yards rush- | & Y ~ and ee Wells scored Clemson's first 
Topping in a couple of 7 ing to the Gamecocks’ 146, but tg ie 9 * os © os touchdown on a 25-yard burst, 
tere added, “at which | @ Gnectators Die oy — the steam to score “e =, hs we . ating and bulled 8 yards for the final 

get into figures. pec when the opportunities arose ~— page e . * | score. His halfback running 
er PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 26 |in a bitterly played second ” A | mate, Joe Pagltei, scored once 
Academy Gets Mascot 7—Two men collapsed and _ half. abet i ) — one a 3-yard plunge. recovered 
DENVER, Nov. 26 (#—Fear- — a a aR “ si ieee : ouch- 
. game. 10 games for pbcngste enter cate 4 % ‘. —_—- " = ' . 
less Fred. the U. S. Air : » , ee 5 Se as down, and booted one conver- 
Force Academy's falcon mas- Edward ¢. Harley, 67, “ i— ae it Bo os A ke , pe eee |sion to tally 13 points for the 
cot has » new name Now Westville, N, J., collapsed , STATISTICS Pees. ‘ : -" . xi hee pe 2 ex: te us Ng § day. 
he’s Mach I Pty while walking into Municipal |**, “*re"* ist gowns |... i ae te Teh — Sf ee be | Fe Furman unveiled an “I” for- 
4 ' ; Stadium. He was pronounced 6 .. ushine yardace . $75) Bet a Bed | . >. ee nia ey eels | mation for the first time th 
Officials explain the word dead at Methodist Hospital a | .* . 36) a . Fe ee pa Vad eh a: er: ‘ . : me is 
' : . 3% season and confused the Tiger 
mach (pronounced mock) is Frank C. Masterson, 61, of 
a scientific term which re : my son, O41, ¢ defenses enough to roll up the 

: _ 4 4 P | New York City, collapsed in Beedeeg ge oe 4 3 , F es | 2 gi Purple Hurficane’s best offen- 
resents the speed of sound. the stands and was pro- | 3.°:.:::. Pambies nat ites big , “= Sg | — aie s Isive effort of the season 
No ‘Dolls’ Irish nounced dead by Dr. Saverio seccee BOWES Senemees ny . ee ae 7 Fuvenae enecienteek toe 

- for Iris Brunetti, police surgeon. ee ee Ge See ee "Se |Boyle passed twice to end R 

H OOD. N an | ‘them with the worst record a a, — Te Fee. wha ay ay 

OLLYWOOD, Nov. 26 if | “| | iB, OE ap ME | | =" |Siminski for touchdowns cov- 
The movie, “Guys and Dolls,” Ri Vv iB Paleo mpe t,o Sis in 6 | ering 18 and 19 yards. The 
Dame football a eo ines otec est Swit jim Bakhtiar, the iron HORNUNG. SCORES—Quarterback Paul Hornung (5) of terday’s game in Los Angeles, Calif. Hornung started to (Hurricane senior quarterback 
night because the film had B a & 7 Iranian, piling up a total of 152| Notre Dame scoots past diving guard Ben Lardizabal (65) pass, changed his mind and ran, as tackle Ed Sullivan (52) | smeaked one yard for the other 
been listed objectionable in | Oxer In ourney yards with his bull-like rushes,| and center Karl Rubke (54) of Southern California toward took out end Don McFarland (85) of USC. The Trojans (°°: 

‘Virginia scored twice in the) «qm d t Notre D ‘s fi ; 20. Clemson 

a e end zone to score No ame’s first touchdown in yes red a smashing victory, 42 
part by ms; wataellc Legion | James Biggs of Thomas A. C. |first quarter to take a 14-7 lead. ae ri : — —_e eee lemson. TDs 
Bing Crosby, who won the outstanding boxer|But the Gamecocks, who like ren. 4. van). a oa. 

| trophy iast nig as he eci-| Vir inia entered this final game co 
the host. of the |tophy last night as he deci-|Virg d this final s | x 
sioned Monk Stevenson ofifor both schools without a con- Loeldene Cah Bo tee bs ot Fo ty gy hy gh Et 


Notre Dame team for years | 

: — Northeast A. C. in the 147-\ference victory, came back! ), PAT—Pringles. Boyle. 
n I th ’ os : ‘run Ro 
on its visits here to play the lpound division of the first of a with sensational touchdowns in : 4 Tine SS ¢ ‘4 , Bumps \ and ) a - or 


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University of South Cali- 
fornia yon Py Be magellan: series of amateur boxing shows both the second and third quar- 
to a special showing of Danny |#t the 12th st. Branch of the ters to leave the Wahoos the a 
Kaye’s latest comedy, “The | YMCA. sole occupants of the loop cel-) ? LET C0- OP 
Court Jester.” bs Geclsioned Robert Belawin, North. (22: | 

, {AL | Carl Brazell, 155 pounds s IRISH—From Page I-C Vols Win, 20-14 Pa at 26th & Va. Ave. NW. 


The Catholic Legion of De. + anne 
cency listed the film objec- gc CFOUNDS Fred Jnckeo on. , Meaty cleated lightning, tallied Sout 
ranch. John Matthews, Sestheast/Carolina’s first touchdown no CHECK YOUR 


tionable in part because of a | House, decision rt Getheis, Nerth- 7: N 
: eas 15 of the first quarter on a otre ame | 
strip tease and scanty cos- Ca? cmmengperey Clasgett, North. te 
' - ibrilliant 72-yard scamper 
tumes of some daners. Southeast -——— agepaee welt: ® through his own right tankle | ajors, ar r ASSES BRAKES 

Crosby called Goldwyn ne. FOUN! Ds —Erness Rebinse The 21-year-old senior co-ca Flattened by 
Studios earlier this week and 'G.fihtrs. Nerhesst AC tain of the Gamecocks to 4 Wi } BRAKE SPECIAL eas 

handot frou Quarterbacki#7 in in Fourth Quarter , | NOW 
' Swink Mak Mackie 3 apna a auiek USC, 42. 20 90 My -g bam oan yee $ 

Be ‘Sw } openin ay and outran Vir —, a yoo cme, os 

ag ee, Swin ake It Tee rg nt ve to cyte ss | KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 26 w—Tennessee rang out mid- master cylinder, adjust brakes, repack ] 59 
arene of the second period to end @ night for Vanderbilt's “Cinderella” team today with two last front wheel bearings. ° 


8 AT : ry \s7-yard drive for a touchd 
The Cavaliers yard drive tor a touchdown. quarter touchdowns that blasted the Commodores’ Sugar Bow! 
Bob Pellegrini Named count at Tall at 11:47 when|!%e Irish gave Southern Cali-| Dream, 2014 Oh Shae aR perpen Sam 8 
é p Wilson Tinsley streaked 52/{0PM/a a break when Dick rhe Only 15 minutes mure and New Orleans would have sent rakes Kelined While You Wait $ 50 
To INS All-America yards for the first Virginia/S°™@!¢s fey | a agen for the Commodores in a golden coach. But Tennessee's new 8 A.M, to 5 P.M. Mon. thru Fri.; 10: 
touchdown. The lanky 6-foot-3/°" the Irish 2 FRO Scere coach, Bowden Wyatt, used those fleeting minutes to carry out 8 AM. to | P.M. Saturdays 
junior, who started the season |**°™ the 10. his primary assignment—beat Vanderbilt. . 


By John Barrington as a quarterback but ended up|, Hornung, from his 22, hit’ ssinack Johnny Majors, the Vols’ all-Southeastern Confer- 4 45 
International New Service Sports Editor iby playing fullback, oe, halfback Morse on the South- ence do-it-all, and, his substitute, Al Carter, did it for Wyatt, WHEEL ALIGNMENT SPECIAL ‘ 


California 40 and the | 
NEW YORK, Nov. 26 oO l feated |2n 80-yard march by sweeping |*™™ and the jinx that had followed* Eccentric Type 
Maryland, and one ‘real Home, oe asd tee ie yo wide around his own right end oye haps nye porn yen Vandy on Tennessee's home| 
1955 International News Service Football All-America. * to score. pieces . marettnd “~~ |grounds held good. Only twice|with a I3-yard pass to end MUFFLERS 
: in their 63-year rivalry. has| Buddy Cruze. Priest converted 


Guaranteed against 


Howard Cassady. 
Jim Swink, T.C.U. 
Dean Schacier, Netre Dame 


comes 


The team was compiled from recommendations of INS | With 59 seconds remaining}- 
Two players, Navy’s brilliant end, Ron Beagle, and Ohio \9m¢ to put his Wahoos out in| Equal of Mich. State | With a crowd of 35,600 on|>ack in front with three and 
State’s fabulous halfback, Howard (Hopalong) Cassidy, are (front. It took the Cavaliers; LOS ANGELES, Nov. 26 hand, Carter threw a 43-yard/°2* -half minutes left of the . Car, 
Maryland's representative is Bob Pellegrini at center. yards after Henry Jordon, a| i tate, the winning score. Only min- —— 
virginia tackle, pounced on al Sat tony vastihetig oes equal utes before’ Majors had passed capping a 40-yard drive. Again Chevrolets to ‘53 INSTALLED to 
Ren Bearcie ie 
Kehler Seine Bakhtiar added the extra) | Becamen setersed, of coupes, -~ paren Priest kicked the Yanderbus “? Ti 
; to the rejans © oe ying P | Wanderbilt scorin —Touchdowns: yy 
yryee Senior ' record with his 95-yard return! o+p Michigan State 
won, ea oie pont tha ted| Spa Tut 7 Mien Sal rn 1 er a eo 


football experts from coast to coast with the assistance of i" the first quarter, Bakhtiar | Brennan Rates U SC 'Vandy won in Shields-Watkins and the half ended, 7-7. blowing, leaking, rust- 
répeaters from the 1954 All-America. only four plays to travel 70) iq would not rate them pass to end Bill Anderson for| third period when he plowed a 
THE INS ALL-AMERICA FOR 1956 Class “@Amecock fumble at the Vir-| off today’s performance.” 110 yards to Buddy Cruze to Jalufka kicked an important $7.75 FR EF ‘98. * 
Senier. Brazell, who hails from Co-| California who beat his [rish, Before that, Churnin’ Char- fon (2, . Kime (18 ren). 
mee Walten, Pittsbersch; Hank Burnine. Jim Kateavere, 
the score at 9:42 of the second| ailwen Vanderbilt finished iwth a| Results 


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Senjo ‘ anding them their sec- |}cy Horton’s touchdown charges 43.65" - 7 
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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
C4 Sunday,.November 27, 1958 


oe Stumbles Over Its Own Fumbles 


Staff Photos by Charles Del Vecchio 


A pass from Navy quarterback George Welsh on the 12-yard line is taken by fullback Dick Guest, who 
raced to the l-yard line, where he was foreed out of bounds. On the next play, Navy scored, but Army 
had the stronger punch and won the big service game, 14-4, before 102,000 in Philadelphia’s Municipal 
Stadium. Navy fumbled seven times and Army recovered six of them. 


ay, a 


End Jim Owen of Navy (83) snares a pass for a 20-yard gain . . . and that’s all. As you see, he’s surrounded 
by Army defenders: Stan Slater (62), Jim Kernan (51), Pete Lash and Pat Uebel (34). It’s a second period play. 


Fullback Pat Uebel (34) crashes over for Army’s first TD. Navy’s George Welsh (1) 
and Ned Oldham (27) arrive too late to stop him. 


- 


Seid Gaske ‘temsda vol WA “ths These ‘aang sorted OF Wabashadk ‘ld beds ‘ehdindaietin’s Whestcndd thin bo- a sample of the defense Navy encountered on running plays. Ned Oldham 
fore yesterday's game. There were 3645 midshipmen at game and 2343 West Point cadets. The cadets were hosts at this year’s game. | only 3 yards before meeting Army’s Saunders, Lash and Uebel. 


fi 


Pros Get Jump on Canada With Draft 


Basketball 
Schedules 
For Area 


Colleges 


Here are the 1955-56 bas- 
ketball schedules of area col- 
lege teams: 


George W ashintgon 


Dec. 4—Wake Forest Forest (Uline). 
6—At William = ary 
. S~Al. . Jose 
. 1R—Weat Virclnie” ‘(Uline ). 
ec. 16—Washingten and Lee 


Dec. 17~¥. M. I. (Wakefield). 
‘ md —~—w ae (Garden). 


pee 237—Wromin 
F Sensanment at Mary- 


-3o— 1 
oa” (GW. Marsiana Michigan State. 
St. Franets, Pa.) 
Jan. 6—At Maryland, 


ne) 
’ . &—Seuthern Conference 
Teurnament af Richmond. 


Maryland 


. + ata. 
. —Ale 
Dee. = een tee, Mary. 


“~ W-« 
Smead Sue 
§—__ 


7—Nerth Careline. 
c. 79-30—JCC Teurnament st Mary- 
Geerge Washingsten. Maryland, 
m State, St. Francis, Pa.). 
. §—Seath Caretina. 
5—Geor e¢ Washingten. 

son 


arotin 
arelina Stale 


uke 
b— AL ort) Carelina. 
l—At Georsetewn. 

‘ 4—Na 


uke 
1~At George Washington. 
ano 


n 
March 3-—~Atiantie Coast Confer- 
ence Teurhesent at Raleigh, N. 


Navy 

2—Delaw are 
. 6—America 

1O—At ‘Pennsylvania 
c. 17~Va 
n. 7-—Syre 
: 11—Johns “Hopking 
. 14—~—Cole 

si—Peon Saihitery. 
, atom pie. 
. ty Sta 
. —At Merrtand. 
. &—Pittsbargh. 


u 
. $3 Eranbiin eae Marshall. 
25—Manhatten 
b. T8—Catholic 
bh 3A Army 


Georgetown 


. l American University. 
3— Roanoke 
New York University. 


Rien 
sat Queen Clie Teer- 
. ~~ Ley ola 
. 1iAt American Tniversity. 
ul 


. Th—At Previdence 
ai Hels Cress 


/%#— George "Washinstes (Thine). 


Virginia 


At Marviand 


7~At Seuth Carolin 
’ 26-36_- ef Richmond Tourna- 


. Sonim Carolina. 


; io—At Nerth Carolina 

n. Ve as ee and Lee. 

. 28—At M. 

. 31—Al, N C. State. 

. At Wake Forest. 

. a—At VV. PI 
j— State, 


At Duke 
. yo Carelina. 


. 16—At Washingten and Lee. 
, —> ML 
. t1—Deke 
. $5 barviand. 
Feb. 16-—At. St. Jose 
ta 1- , ee Cc. 
leigh. N. ©.) 


, (Rea- 


American University 


. Ab Seeeewe. 
. At Nea 
athelie University. 


5—Randoiph- Macon. 
j—Merris Harvey. 
i—Ceorgetown 
3—AtL Juniata 


Jan. 14-—-At Mi. @1. Maryr’s. 
Jan. 16—Steubenville 
Jan. 1&—At Washington Gatege. 
Jan. a a pm oa Unive 
Feb. }—At Leve 
~ 
laudet. 


aoe 


ip in 

date -Dickinsen. 
at Baltimere Wareareey. 
Mt. ary 

At _ Western Maryined. 


1-3—Masen-Dixen Conference 
Tournament (at Baltimore). 


Gallaudet 


Dec. 1—At Cathelic 
3—At Richmond Prefessiens! In- 


ute, 
: om - optesenesy Junter College 
yn 
j— Bridgewater 
Dee 16—Ran oP Macon. 
Prefessiena!l Inst. 
bers. 


water. 
15—At entsomess Junior Cel. 


—— —— 


Catholic 
Dec. 1-—~—Gallaudet. 
Dec, mere oF 
. &—Meunt St. ary’s. 
» & yne 
at v. 
it 


Teachers. 
iph -Macen. 


Sa 
ericaa 


cher 
Callese. 


ain + Mon 
a At Navy. 

1. 3——Masen Dixon Conference 
championshios. 


H oward 


Dee. 1—At Virginia State. 
ehnsen C. Smith. 


. so—ygnnee mith. 
Thevioken State 
At Varsity Club All-Stars, 


aul’s 
View oe | Unien. 
I A rp. Cc 


Teachers 
%—Hampten Institete. 
= Caremns Cel. 

m each ers. 


ort 
> c. Te 
. 4+—Lin 
Gael 

A 
1-—V 
iM 
i 


State. 
&—At ‘Hampton Institete. 


Montgomery Jr. Col. 


omantes. 


moe 
7 
- | 
os 
1 


. College. 


Monday 


(THE WASHINGTON POST 
and TIMES HERALD 
ew November 27, 1955 


30 


id . 


> 


Teams Pick 
Only Top 
3 Choices 


Pr a Staff Reporter 

PITTSBURGH, Nov. 26—The 
Washington Redskins and their 
ll National Football League 
rivals’ are dropping hostilities 
for a day to join forces in Phil- 
adelphia Monday to skim the 
cream. of the 1955 collegiate 
crop. | 

It's 


a highly unusual draft 


i | meeting commencing at 10 a. m 


lat the Bellevue-Stratford Hotel 
Only the bonus choices and 
three rounds will be drawn 

However, the 37 players se- 
lected undoubtedly will include 
the biggest names. 

The meeting came about be- 
cause most of the NFL owners 
felt the Canadian League was 
getting a possible jump on 
them for the top American 
talent because the Canadian 
‘season ends sooner. 


| Additional Draft in January 


The clubs are going to per- 
iform the laborious choice of 
| selecting 27 additional rounds 
at the regularly scheduled 
league meeting which will be 
held in Los Angeles in January. 

In some circles, this special 
draft meeting seems about as 
isilly as the magazine practice 
‘of picking All-America teams 
\before the season gets started. | 
'In past years, thorough scout-| 
ing of the postseason bow! 
games and all-star games was 
considered a must. 

All the teams retain a dis-| 
creet silence on the boys they 
\Teally want to pick. It's like a) 
| poker game. Still eligible in the| 
bonus draw “cold hand” are the) 
Pittsburgh Steelers, Chicago 
Cardinals and Green Bay 
Packers. 


Monday’s Standings ' 


| After that the teams will 
|select according to their stand- 
ings as of Monday. This means 
the Washington Redskins, for 
the first time in many years, 
will have a long wait for their 


the Steelers Sunday, the Skins 
will remain in second place in 
ithe Eastern Division. 

| Although many feel the Red- 
itor © should be in the market 
for offensive ends, club officials 
| seem concerned mainly about 
ithe backs available. They fee! 
the end position will be bol-! 
stered by the service return of 
'Michigan State's Paul Dekker 
and Kentucky's Steve Meil- 
inger. 

Club President George Mar-! 
shall said: “That hoy Hopalong 
Cassady, he’s my 1-2-3 choice.”| 
Marshall went on to add he 
rated Maryland's Ed Vereb 
high and thought Iowa's Jerry 


Reichow would make anybody) 
a good back. 

Another the Skins might be 
interested in is unsung Charlie 
Horton of Vanderbilt. Thinking 
his class had been graduated,| 
Coach Joe Kuharich mistakenly 
drafted Horton last year. 


Biggest Name Back 


Unquestionably, Ohio State's 
Cassady is the back with the 
biggest name in the country. 
Still, there must be the usual lot 
of good ones around. 

A few include Michigan 
State’s Earl Morrall and Gerry 
Planutis; Joe Childress, 
Auburn; UCLA's Bob Daven- 
port and Sam Brown: Don 
Schaefer, Notre Dame: Jim 
Swink, TCU; Fred Wyant, West 
Virginia. 

In the line, Maryland's Bob 
Pellegrini may go in the first) 


wave or two. Other good line-| 


men sure to be sought are play-| 
ers like Tackle Calvin Jones. 
Iowa; Guard Bo Bolinger, 
Oklahoma; Guard Pat Bisceglia, 
Notre Dame; Center Jim Mense. 
Notre Dame; Tackle Bruce Bos- | 
ley, West Virginia. 


Two Terrapins were selected | 
last year—Quarterback Lynn| 
Beightol by Green Bay and End/| 
| Bill Walker by Detroit 

Jack Walsh. 


Miami Edges 
Florida, 7-6 


MIAMI, Nov. 26 (®—Halfback 
Johnny Bookman, who usually 
uses his blinding speed on of- 
fense, made a defensive sprint 
to block an extra -point to- 
day and gave Miami a 7-to-6 vic- 
tory over Florida in a bone- 
bruiser before 49,362 fans. 

Little Mario Bonofiglio, de-| 
moted to the third string and’ 
tabbed the team’s goat after 
Miami's losses to Georgia 
Miami's losses to Georgia Tech, 
Notre Dame and Texas Christ- | 
lan, sparked the Hurricanes on/| 
a 59-yard scoring march in the | 
first period. 

Palming the ball like a 
magician, Bonofiglio alternated 
hand-offs to John Varone and| 


‘Fullback Don Bosseler to 
carry to the Florida 12. 

The 164pound quarterback, 
playing his last game for the 
Hurricanes, then crossed the 
goal untouched. Ed Oliver 


Today at Old Dominion) fF: 


made good on the extra point 
kick, which proved to be the 
margin of victory for Miami. 

Florida plunged right back 
to march 77 yards to score early 
in the second period. Fullback 
Joe Brodsky plunged over the 
goal from the one. 

But as Quarterback Allen 
lined up for the placement 
point, Miami set the speedy 
Bookman on the left side. At 
the snap of the ball, the lithe 
halfback burst into the Flor- 
ida backfield and his out- 
stretched arms batted down 
Allen’s kick. 


, 


-—Sievers Might Hit 40 Hemers Now 


Here’s Blueprint of New 
Look at Griffith Stadium 


Sig 


Diagram of Griffith Stadium Showing New Distances 


for Griffith Stadium’s “new 
home run swingers will 


The long-awaited biueprint 
look” reveals that Washington's 


have a shorter range of 350 feet to leftfield as compared | 


to the old distance of 386. 

Calvin Griffith, Nats’ president, confidently predicts, that 
Roy Sievers, for instance, might hit as many as 40 homers 
next season. 

“We feel that our own players have been handicapped too 
long,” Calvin says. “We think the new distances will heip us 
considerably and at the same time provide more thrills for 
the fans. At that, we still feel it's quite a poke for a homer 
and Griffith Stadium still will rank as one of the toughest 
parks in the majors.” 

A 6foot high screen fence will be built from left-to-right | 
centerfield. It will reduce the distance for home runs as 
much as 55 feet in left center 

Here’s how Griffith Stadium measures up with dimensions 
of other major.league parks: 


AMERICAN LEAGUE 
Left-Center Center Right Center Right 

Baltimore 447 $0 44 
Boston 
Chicage 
Cleveland 
Detroit 
pamens Ds 


WASHINGTON 
NATIONAL LEAGUE 
Let Left-Center Center 
Regetive a ; 2°5 405 
2 


. aAO 
re 
"+ 


Chicas 
Cc ineinnati 
| Eitwomhes 


New Ye 
Philsdeiphia 


No. 1 pick. Even if they lose to’ ; 


Basketball Schedules 


For Area Service Teams 


"9— At Ae Relvoi 
1-t—*" Seuthace ‘Division. 
2 Air Ferree Comter- 


Quantico 


oa —At Fert Helabird 
i. Ahberdeen Preving Center 


] ~—Nertheast Area Alr Force 
Conference Teurnament CMienel 


M 11-16—~Air VFerce Wertd- wise! 


veh 


Fort Meade 


e2—At Army Chesstent Center. 
Martin 


: 
’ 
. [At Gethrebere, ‘Collese. | 
. | at > Monm 
. At Millersvtie (Pa.) State 
"Teachers Col 


; Seco 
Invitational Collegiate 
—Twelfth An 
‘on Invitational 
(Terre Haate. Ind.) 
an Sampson AFB 
. 6—At. Camp Leieune. 
n. j—At Camp Leleune 
. 16—Andrews AFB. 
. li—Foert Eustis 
. 18—At William end Mary 
+—At Little Creek. 
6 rsa 


nua ; 
Tournamental Fert Eustis. 
Fort ¢. 
. &—Fert Belvoir 
it—At New Castle AF. 


; 17 “i "Fort Meade 

. 2 At Sampson APS 

it. St Benaventere Collece 
at ~ = ny Preving Center. 
Er 


inbri 


. 2 


—At oeete Siate Teachers 
Collese. 
—At Parris Island 
. 24—At Parris Island 


. 18At DesLan 
. At North We cctins State Col- 


ege 
= me + Bainbridge N 

. t Cape May Geant Geard. 

b. + am Island. 
’ Feb. 18—Litth Creek. 
eb. 7—Camp Lejeune Feb. 29—Air Reserve and Development 
. 10—At Baldwin-Wallace College. 
. 11—At Steubenville Colicee 
. 18—Pensacela NAS. 


labird. 
March 16—Aberdeen Proving Grounds. 


Bolling AFB 


. ree | Bote 

l= We AFR. 

12—At yu £ Rall. 
At Army Chemical Center, 
Ars. 


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MANASSAS, Va. Nov. 24 
The East Coast Invitational) 
meet that was to have ended the ff 
1955 drag racing season here 
last Sunday at Old Dominion 
Speedway, but postponed be 
cause of unfavorable weather,’ 
has been resechduled for Sun- 
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Best of Nats 


NEW YORK, Nov 
the New York Yankees worried 
about the trade that sent Larry 
Doby to the C hi cago White Sox 
‘and Chico Carrasque!l and Jim 
Busby to the Cleveland Indians?’ 

Not in the least, said Yank 
General Manager George 
| Weiss, who returned from the 
Orient\for a brief stopover to- 
day to sign terms extending 
his contract through 1961, be 


fore heading for next week's 
minor league meeting in Co- 
‘lumbus, Ohio. 

What does have the boss of 
the American League pennant 
winner worried, theugh, is the 
deal in which the Boston Red 
Sox acquired Bob Porterfield 
and Mickey Vernon from the 
|'Washington Nats for a flock of 
rookies. 
| “That.” said Weiss, “make 
the Red Sox a possible seriou: 
contender.” 

For the record, the player: 
| Boston bartered to the Nats ar 
ipitchers Dick Brodowski, 
|Altheus Lee Curtis and Truman 
Clevenger, along with Out 
fielders Neil Christly and Kar! 
Olson. 

“If Washington got any pros- 
pects in the deal, then they are 
prospects with a lower ‘p,’” 
shrugged Weiss. “If not, then 

the Nats have more information 
on them than we have. 
| “Right now, I must say that 
Boston got all the better of the 
| deal if Vernon and Porterfield | 
don't go into a complete col- 
lapse. Of course, there are ‘ifs.’ 
Vernon is 38 years old and 


27 Porterfield is a little bit on the ington Nats, 
as° other side. 
20 


26 \P—Are 


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At Maryland 
McKeldin 
Dedicates 


|New Gym 


— 


Governor Theodore R. McKel- 
din of Marviand will deliver the | 
principal address at the Univer- 
ity of Maryland's dedication. 
eremonies of its new 12,500-| 
eat student activities building) 
Friday night, December 2, Di-| 
rector of Athletics Jim Tatum | 
announced yesterday. 

The dedication ceremonies! 
will precede the 8:15 p. m. tip 
o” of the Maryland- Virginia bas- 
ketball game, the seasons’ open- 
r for both Atlantic Coast Con- 
erence Schools. 

Doors open at 6 p. m. for the 
public in order that they might 
be on hand for all the pre-game 
activity that has been planned. 
Music will be furnnished by the 
University Red and White Band 
and a newly-installed field) 
6 organ. ! 

Freeman Pyle, dean of the | 
business and public | 
eiministration, will give the! 
ovening remarks and introduc-! 
ton of special guests. 


ormer Stays 
At Chattanooga 


CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Nov 
26 #—Cal Ermer will return 
as manager of the Southern As 
sociation Chattanooga Look- 
outs next year—his fifth seeson 
as pilot of the club, President 
Joe Engel announced today. 

Ermer’s team wound up last 
‘season in third position in the 
league. In 1952 the Lookouts, 
‘top farm team for the Wash-| 

took the Southern | 
|Association pennant, | 


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Sunday, November 27, 1955 


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SAILOR SAILING ALONG—It was Sailor out in front all 
the way in the Pimlico Special yesterday in Baltimore. Here 


Georgia-Fr. P. C-1 


Ga. Tech, 
Put Play in 


minutes after the Bulldogs’ 
field goal. A six-yard pass from 
Quarterback Toppy Vann to 
Danny Bagwell provided the 
pay-off. 

The Engineers expanded the 
lead to 143 in the second 
quarter after Brooks recovered 
Jim Harper's fumble on the 
Bulldogs’ 16, and in the third 
period, Halfback George 


STATISTICS 
Geerrcis 


Georsis 


Mn e« First downs 
- pomies vardace 
see6e assing vardace 
} J, Passes attempted 
Passes completed 
Passes intercepted by 
niing average 


‘4 


Volkert put on a one-man 
running show for the clincher, 
which he scored on a 25-yard 
end sweep. 

To the Bulldog secondary all 
of-the Tech backs appeared to 
be stars but none was more 
spectacular than the shifty Vol- 
kert, who collected 121 yards in 
1l carries. 

Volkert accounted for 72 
yards in five tries while lead- 
ing the Engineers to their third- 
period score. After picking 
up 8, 2, 18, and 1 yard, Vol- 
kert went wild on a vital 
fourth-down play and outraced 
the defense 25 yards to the end 


O— 8 
o—?*! 
gif tte—Georeia, field coal: Cooper 
{ ). Tech. TDs: Bacwell (6. pass from 
sun), Mitchell (1. plunge). Volkert (25, 
rum. PAT: Mitehell &. 


GW’s Sommer, 
Thompson Picked 
On All-Stars 


RICHMOND, Va., Nov. 26 # 
George Washington University | 
laced two players, Halfback) 
ike Sommer and End Paul 
Thompson, on the All-Southern | 
Conference football team an-| 
nounced today by the Southern | 
Conference Sportswriters’ As- 
sociation. 

The All-Southern Conference 


om 


College Year 
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‘Sugar Bowl | 


Tech. 


Bolling Jolts 
Little Creek 
By 34 to 14 


NORFOLK, Va., Nov. 
Unbeaten Bolling Air Force 
Base of Washington, D. C.., 
trampled Little Creek Am- 
phibious Force, 34-14, today 
and strengthened its claim for 
a return appearance in the 
Poinsettia Bowl. 

With former [Illinois All- 
American Quarterback Tommy 
O’Connell leading the way, 
Bolling won its eighth game in 
eight starts and extended its 
regular season winning streak 


26— 


“ito 25 games. 


O'Connell passed for two first 
quarter touchdowns and com- 
pleted all eight passes he at- 


, tempted in the first half. 


Bolling scored first on a 30 
yard pass play from O'Connell 
to End Ernie Warlick and then 
on a 40-yard pass play from 
O'Connell to Halfback Lowell 
Perry, former Michigan end 

Notre Dame's former All- 
America Halfback Johnny Lat- 
tner scored for Bolling in the 
second quarter on a 15 yard 
run that climaxed a 76-yard 
drive 

Bolling’s second-half touch- 
downs were scored by Bobby 
Joseph on a three-inch plunge 
that climaxed a 59-yard drive 
and by Dick McGinley on a 
three-yard run that climaxed 
a 3Sl-yard drive. 

Bolling is ranked No. 1 in 
the national service poll and 
expects to receive a bid for the 
Poinsettia Bowl next week. 
Bolling Aye .......6 8 | 
e Oreek AF 6 7 0 
: Belling—Touchdeowns: Er- 
. Lewell Perry. Jehany Latt- 

yiniey. PAT: 
ynard Jor. 


len Teomary. PAT 


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Army, Navy 


Game Lineups 


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IARDS—Geedwin, Shannen 
ACKLE—Stephensen. 
ENDS—Chesnsuskas, Satter- 


(ARTERBACKS—Holleder, Mericte 
HALFRACKS—Aracky. Mert. 


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the mile and three-sixteenths 


race. He won by two and one-half lengths with Mister Gus 


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second and Social Outcast third. This picture shows the po- 
sitions of leaders the first time they passed the clubhouse, 
> 


lor Wins Special 


PIMLICO—From P. 1-€ in winning last spring's Preak-'the slow time of 1:131/5 for 


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and otherwise, a $24 win mutuel 
as well as $11 to place and $5 to 
show. 

Those who backed Mister 
Gus ana Eddie Arcaro colleéct- 
ed $8.60 to place and $4.2) to 
show. while Social Outcast. as 
he did in the International, 
saved the crumbs «f a $2.40 pay- 
off for his legion of supporters. 

Woodhouse gave all the cred- 
it for the urset victory to 
Sailor. He sai’ he had planned 
to reserve the chestnut colt off 
the pace in the early running, 
but the saddle began slipping 


as he went into the club house 


turn 

“He was going so smoothly 
at the time I decide: to let him 
run his own race and I kept 
my weight up on his shoul- 
ders,” explained the jubilant 
rider. “It really worked out, 
eh?” 

While the track was termed 
“fast” by the chart crew, the 
strip was a bit on the dull side 
Sailor was clocked in 1:57 3/5 
for the famous mile and three- 
sixteenths over which Nashua 
set the track record of 1:543°5 


Glick Leads 
Colorado AKM 


FORT COLLINS, Colo., Nov. To Cotton Boul 


26 (‘*)}—Gary Glick did all the 
scoring as Colorado A&M, king 
of the Skyline Conference, cli- 
maxed its finest season in six 
years today with a 1040 victory 
over Colorado of the Big Seven. 

Glick, an All-Conference half- 
back, bucked over from the 


STATISTICS 
Celorade 
First downs 


le 
Passes intercepted by .... 


— —— 


one to climax a 44-yard drive 
in the second quarter, converted 
and booted.a 22-yard field goal 
in the third. He was carried 
off the field at game's end in 
a rousing demonstration. 

The victory was the first for 
the Aggies over Colorado at 
Fort Collins since 1933. 

Colorado, riddied by line in- 
juries, never generated an of- 
fensive threat. 


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plunsce). Field Geal— 
Glick (t2). Conversion—Glick. 


ness. 
Sailor is owned by Mrs. Dodge 
Sloane, whose Brookmeade 


Farm is just across the Upper- 
ville, Va.. road from Liangol- 


len, the establishment of Mrs. 
Richard Lund (the former Liz 
Whitney) in whose colors ran 
Mister Gus. 

Starter Eddie Blind sent the 


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the first six furlongs attesting 
to this surmise. 

It also was apparent, from 
his actions, that ‘all was not 
well with Woodhouse. The old 
pro, with reason, was doubled 
up in pretzel-fashion and looked 
the part of a novice apprentice 
But Sailor was getting there 
st the same. Around the far 


field away in good order. Mister/tyurn  Nance’s Lad began what 


Gus was a half stride ahead 
of Sailor coming out of the 
gate, but Arcaro eased him 
along as Nance’s Lad vied with 
the Brookmeade hope for the 
front end. Hasseyampa and Jet 
‘Action were close up with 
Prendase, Thinking Cap, and 
Social Outcast grouped in a 
rear flight. 

Aoproaching the clubhouse 
turn, it appeared that Nance’s 
Lad would take over the lead 
but Sailor shot out tn front by 
unwards of a length due. as 
Woodhouse explained, to be. 
ing given his head. 

Along the back stretch it was 
apparent that the other riders, 


including Johnny Choquette on) 


Nance’s Lad. were reluctant to 


|and Mister 
| take his shot at the free-wheel.- 


seemed to be a serious bid. He 
gradually closed daylight on the 
leader. Mister Gus, too, was on 
the move as was Social Out- 
cast, now under a drive by Eric 
Guerin. 

Prendase? He appeared to be 
going nowhere in particular al- 
though Angel Gutierrez was 
trying to rouse him with the 


whip. 

At the bend for 
Nance’s Lad, under a drive, 
moved up almost abreast of 
Stilor but that was his swan 
song effort. He dropped back 
Gus came up to 


ing Sailor. 
Arearo gave Mister Gus the 
works, but the 44-year-old just 


make their moves at this stage.) didn’t have it. He hung. But 


OLE MISS—Fr. P I-C 


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Ole Miss Goes 


roon Bill Stanton in the end 
zone for a safety. 
. Pullback Paige Cothren 
kicked a field goal to add to the 
Rebel total in addition to his 
smashing running. 

Day passed 24 yards to half- 
back Bill Kinard to launch a 
Rebel drive late in the first 
period after the Maroons man. 
aged to stop one 70-yard march 


right end nine yards for the 
first touchdown. 

A shade more than 5 minutes 
later Kinard lunged on a bob- 
bled punt by Jim “Harness and 
the Rebels took over on the 


State 21. Cothren tore off 15 Pimlico it’s hest day of the 
although the crowd was) 
slightly under last Thursday’s. | 

One all time mutuel depart-| 


yards and two plays later Blair 
went across standing up from 
the three. 


Mies. Stete .... 
Mississippi 
Mississippi Scorin 
Biair 7 : n: 4, 
pass from Blalack). Field Geal—Cothran 
32: Safety—VYelberten tackled Stanton 
im end sene. Conversions—Cothran 1; 
Crawterd. 


° 6 
7 


Touchdowns— 


oie fay e 6 
7 2-6 


| Social Outcast, now under fu‘) 


steam ahead, came with a rush 
on the outside. 

However, Sailor was not to 
be denied. The Colt drew out 
and crossed the line “with his 
ears pricking,” as they say on 
the back stretch. Mister Gus 
was a tired colt, but he reached 
the end a jump ahead of Social 
Outcast whose zip was leaving 
him, too. 

Jet Action, who never made 
a serious threat, was fourth, 
just ahead of Prendase, who 
apparently decided to run with 
the race history. Hasseyampa, 
the weary Nance’$S Lad, and 
Thinking Cap brought up the 
rear in Indian file. 

Sailor, trained by 


Burch, was ailing as a 22-year-old 


5 just 10 yards shy of a touch-| and earned only $4850 last year. | 
down. Kinard added two yards This season he has won seven | 
and then Blair swept around of 12 starts and turned in $138,-| 
175, including today’s $40,000. 


The Kentucky-bred colt has 
won three stakes in 1955—the 
Toboggan, Fall High Weight 
and The Roamer. 

The betting of $1,847,894 gave 


year, 


ment mark fell, however. The 
daily double handle of $161,275 


s: ‘ . 
nm); Williams (30.)sent into discard the record of | 


$147,809 made on Thanksgiving 


Day. | 


home. 


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Boston College 


Wins Over 


Holy Cross 


BOSTON, Nov 
hard-charging Boston College 
marched 67 yards for a touch- 
down and then turned a fumble 
recovery and two pass intercep- 
tions by End Emerson Dickie 


into three more tallies today (40, ren); Peters (t. plunge). Field Goal! 


for a 26-7 victory over tradition- 
al riva] Holy Cross. 

Junior Quarterback Billy 
Donian and Eddie De Silva, a 


STATISTICS 
Boston Collece 
1% =. 
Saeecce 
16 


Holy Cross 
First downs i? 
Rushing yardage 95 
Passing vardase 139 
Passes attempted 
. asses completed ie 

Passes intercepted be . 
Fumbles lest 
Punting averace 


Yards penalised .. 5 


swift halfback. each scored 
twice in the 52d meeting of 
the Jesuit rivals before 37,235. 
The battling but outmanned 
Crusaders penetrated the Bos- 
ton College end zone only in 
the second quarter, when End 
Dick Arcand made a brilliant 
catch of Tom Roberts’ long 
pass for a 46-yard scoring play. 
Besten College .. 7 7 6 h— th 
Hely Cress " 0 ~~ 
Besten College scoring: Teuchdewns— 
Donlan 2 (1. buck: 1 .buck): De Silva 2 
2 van: 9 Con versiens—Ceous- 
ineaw 7. 
Holy Cress scoring: Teachdewn—Ar- 


eand (46 pose run frem Reberts). Coen- 
version—Hohl. 


Pellegrini Will 
Receive Camp 


Trophy Today 


Bob Pellegrini, Maryland's 
All-America center, will be 
presented this year’s Col- 
lier’s Walter Camp Memorial 


run). 


Trophy Sunday night on the | 


Ed Sullivan show over CBS- 
TV. The show is televised lo- 
calley on WTOP (Channel 9) 
at 9 p. me. 

The American Football 
Coaches Association selected 


Owls Finish — 


| |Winless in 


Conference 


HOUSTON, Tex., Nov. 26 @ 
Baylor passed for 84 yards and 
added a 54-yard punt return 
and a field goal today to hand 
Rice Institute a 15-7 defeat 
before 33,000 spectators. 

It ended Rice’s worst season 
since 1939. It was the Owls’! 
seventh straight defeat and 
Rice finished without a confer- 
ence victory. 

It was Baylor’s second Con- 
ference victory and it was 
clinched in the second period 
when Quarterback Bobby 
Jones threw a 44-yard pass to 


STATISTICS 


mie 
~— as - 


ee. aasees Completed 
-. Passes . -~ “Seen by 


ss nts 
cove. Punting Averace 

, Fumbles Lest 

».. Yards Penaticed 


ve 


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Halfback Del Shofner, who 
went 40 yards with an assist! 
from Rice End James Peters, | 
who tried to push him off his 
feet but shoved him over the 
goal line. 

In the same period, Baylor 
Halfback Weldon Holley re- 
turned a punt 45 yards. Quar- 
terback Bobby Peters went 
over from the Rice 2-yard line) 
for a 120 halftime advantage 

Baylor third-string guar d, 
Bobby Gill, kicked an insur- 
field goal from the Rice 16-yard 
line after Quarterback Bobby 
Jones intercepted a pass on| 
the Rice 25 in the third period. | 

The Owls’ 
came in the final period on a) 


‘67-yard drive, with third-string)| 
2 w—Big, 


Quarterback Frank Ryan carry- 
ing six times for 43 yards and 
going over from the l-yard; 


line. Fullback Jack Throckmor-| 


ton kicked the extra point. 
Rayler RE o—15 
Rice .. «+. Tre 

avier Scoring: Touchdowns—Shofner 


— 7 


eit (16 yards). Rice Seering: Teuch- 
dewn—Ryan (1, plangce) COonversion— 
Throck . 


Basilio Puts 


Title on Line 


: |With DeMarco 


BOSTON, Nov. 26 (#—Welter- 
weight Champion Carmen Ba- 
silio puts his title on the line 
for the first time Wednesday 
night when he meets former 
champion Tony DeMarco in a 
return bout which shapes up 
as a second edition of their 
terrific slugfest last June. 

(The fight will be carried in 
Washington on 
‘Channel 7.) 


| The return meeting between 


the two stiff-punching battiers 
is scheduled for the champion- 
ship distance of 15 rounds at 
the Boston Garden. But it’s 
better than even money the 
fight will not go the route. 

Basilio, a granite-jawed for- 
mer onion farmer from Cana- 
stota, N.Y., is rated a slight 
favorite to retain the title he 
lifted from Boston's fistic pride 
ion a 12th round TKO last June 
(10 in Syracuse, N. Y. 

Basilio, the 28-year-old former 
Marine, in two bouts since the 
fierce battle with DeMarco, has 
outpointed Italo Scortichini and 
Gil Turner. 


fight since meeting Basilio, 
stopped Chico Vejar in 2:40 of 
the first round of a scheduled 


'10-rounder. 


Both Basilio and DeMarco 


lone touchdown | 


84-Yard Pass Play Sparks Baylor Over Rice, 15-7 


. 


ARMY—From P. 1-C 
BlaikAgainst 
Army in Bowl 


This Year’ 


I'm awfuly proud of this 
bunch.” 

What happened in the first 
half? 

“Navy was using a 63-2 
defense, somethin g they 
haven't used in two years. 
None of our boys had seen 
it before and.-we were not 
able to switch blocking 
assignments until halftime. 
We were running against an 
angling line. In the second 
half, the boys took over their 
new assignments very well, 
as you can see.” 

Army tried only two passes 
during the game, failed to 
complete any, one was inter- 
cepted 

“We go going good on the 
ground,” Blaik said. “so we 
stayed there. We like it bet- 
ter that way anyhow. Throw- 
ing only two passes is no in- 
dictment of Don Holleder’s 
ability. Rather, it proves he 
is a smart quarterback.” 

THE Army coach first re- 
fused to single out any in- 
dividuals on his squad/ but 
he finally broke down to talk 
about Holleder 

“When we marched from 
our 17 to Navy 1 and time ran 
out on us before we could 
score in the first -half. we 
sent in instructions to use 
passes. This was with less 
than a minute left 

“But Don thought he could 
get the touchdown on the 
ground and he’s the man who 
should know. He's in there. 

“He didn’t ask for a time- 
out before running the last 
play because we had used up 
our alottment of times out 
and it would have cost us 
five yards 

“This team has done an aw- 
ful lot to defeat itself, you 
know. All the fumbles have 
hurt us badly,” (Army leads 
the Nation in fumbles.) 

Suddenly a big smile cov- 
ered Blaik’s face. 

“I'd say they weathered 
the stormy very well.” 


BLAIK praised Navy's 
George Welsh as “a mar- 
velous football player.” 

“Welsh called a near-per- 
fect game, I thought. He 


WMAL-TY, 


| DeMarco, five years younger) 
than the champion in his only 


Pelegrini as the Player of |are converted southpaws whose 
the Year on Collier's 66th |most damaging blows are sav- 
All-America. Ray Eliot of Il- |age left hooks. 
linois, president of the coach- | Although Basilio has fought 
es group, will make the pres- | many far better opponents than 
entation. DeMarco, their records com-| 
Pellegrini will receive the pare favorably. Basilio has won 
trophy again Monday at the (47, lost 11 and had 7 draws. 
Touchdown Club’s Weekly |DeMarco’s record is 41-5-1. De- 
luncheon at the club dining Marco has knocked out 26 op 
room at 12:30 p. m. ‘ponents and Basilio 21. 


picks you to pieces and he 

kills you with that option 

| play, A véry smart young 

| Man.” 

| Nobody realized better 

| than the Army team that it 
had knocked the Midshipmen 
out of a bowl game on New 

Year Day. A representative 

of the Cotton Bowl was on 

hand to extend the Sailors 
an invitation—if they won. 
Holleder, who weathered 
| an entire season of criticism 
about his quarterbacking of 
the Army team, said this vic- 
tory over Navy “made it all 
worth while.” 

“We knew we had them 
when we moved the length 
of the field at the end of the 
second quarter. Sure the 
| clock ran out and we didn’t 
| score. But we moved them 
| around with such ease we 
| knew we could pick up in the 
| third quarter.” 


Bob Pellegrini, 
Beagle Named to 


NBC All-America 


Navy End Ron Beagle and 
Center Bob Pellegrini of Mary- 
land have been selected on the 
NBC sportscasters’ All-America 
football team. 

UCLA's Rommie Loudd is the 
other end on the team. Tackles 
are Sam Huff of West Virginia 
and Norm Masters of Michigan 
Siate. Oklahoma’s Bo Bolinger 
and Pat Bisceglia of Notre 
Dame are the guards. 

The backfield is composed of 
Earl Morrall, Michigan State, 
quarterback; Howard Cassady, 
Ohio State, and Jim Swink, 
TCU, halfbacks, and Don Schae- 
fer, Notre Dame, fullback. 


Holleder Triggers Army’s Ground Troopers Past Navy, 14 to 6 


GAME—From P.1-C | 


reason to apologize for 
performance, completing 18 of 
the 28 passes he threw and 
calling a faultiess game. But 
he couldn't rise above the in- 
ability of his colleagues to 
hang onto the ball. 

It was up front where Army’s 
superiority showed best. In. 
the trenches, Army Guard Joe 
Bishop and Tackle Loren Reid, 
End Art Johnson and Center Ed 
Szvetecz outplayed their op- 
posite numbers on Navy. They 
opened the holes for Uebel, 
Murtland and Lash and on de- 
fense threw up massive bul- 
warks against Navy's Dick 


his * 


STATISTICS 
Navy 
19 
.*-. iM 
176 
. 


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big crowd and Navy, that Army 
would be tough today. At the 
start of the second quarter, 
Welsh .hit Beagle, Owen and 
Gober with passes that helped 
carry to a first down on the 
Army 25. But the Cadets took 
over at that point with Hol- 
leder himself kayoing Welsh's 


‘fourth-down pass. 


He used Gober on the ground 
on most of the way to a first 
down on the Army 12. Then 
he got a first down on the 1- 
yard line with a delayed pass 
to Guest, his blocker on an op- 
tion run around Army’s right 
end. Welsh sneaked it over 
on the next play. 

Oldham’s place-kick for the 


Navy regained the ball on 
its own 45 after Kyask’s punt 
and set sail for another seem- 
ing touchdown with Beagle 
traveling 21 yards on a screem 
pass to the Army 25. But sub 
fullback Vince Monto fumbled 
two plays later and Army quar- 
terback Hollender, the old end 
dove on the ball for Army on 


play. 
down when he downed Uebel 
on the Navy 25 after a 19-yard 
gallop around righ end. Murt- 
land, on a draw play, banged 
center for 11 and a first down 
on the 10. 

Time was literally of the es- 
sence for Army with only 25 
seconds of the half remaining 
at that point. Holleder him- 
self kept for an 8yard dash 
around right end to the Navy 
3, where Monto’s tackle avert- 
ed a touchdown. Now with 10 
seconds left, Uebel tried left 
guard and missed a touchdown 
by a yard as the gun barked 
the end of the half. 

Army didn’t score in that 
first half but it had alerted 


Gober saved a _ touch-! 


the 
three 


Uebel, 
scored 


1953, all but 
touchdown won the second hal 
kickoff by Navy. 

The Middies’ 


rewarded when Uebel! fumbled. | 


End Jim Owen recovered [0F poteder 


Navy on the Army 43. 


Welsh immediately complet- Weiss 


ed a pass to the Army 31, but 
the Middies went no farther, | 


end Art Johnson rushed Welsh Chesnauskas place-kicked the 


on a fourth down pass and 
Navy yielded the ball on 
Army’s 31. 
Sub Punter 
Navy in something of a hole) 


back who had: 
touchdowns | 
against Navy as a sophomore in vebe! 

“Murtiand . 


got himself el " : 


Geber 
last defender Geest 
got him near midfield and was, Weis: ... ‘ 


his passes. He clicked to Owen 
twice and also to Beagle and 
Ave, had a first down on the Army 
71/24, when the final, killing Navy 
}i/fumble occurred. Welsh, after 
starting around left end, used 
his last option to shove a pass 
to Beagle who made the catch 
on the Army 15 only to fumble. 
i Slater recovered for Army and 
6 the Middies had marched 77-' 
yards to give the ball away.' 


There was nothing cheap’ 


INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 
ARMY RUSHING 
Carries Yds. 
6 125 
. 
; i 
NAVY RUSHING 
. 108 5.0 
e 1 ‘ 
3 
ARMY PASSING 
Attempts Comp 
NAVY PASSING 
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point that moved Army in front/with Uebel 
746 at 11:30 of the fourth quar- 
Pete Lash put ter. 


““l|about Army’s touchdown, the) 
crusher that followed. The’ 
|Cadets went 85 yards to get it,! 
and Murtland| 
launching the drive with identi-| 
cal 13-yard gains through the 


'\Navy line. Uebel tore off an-| 


Dick Guest, who went out of 


From that point, Right Half- 
back Lash, who went to Alice 
Deal: Junior High School in 
Washington as a ninth-grader, 
got Army’s secondetouchdown. 
He took Holleder’s handoff, 
cruised around left end, cut 
inside of Gober and went all 
the way. 

Navy was left with a 14-6 defi- 
cit with scarcely three minutes 
to play, and that was asking 
too much of Navy 


Na 
Army 

Navy scoring: Touchdown, 
Welsch (1, plunged). 

Army scoring: Touchdowns, 
Uebel (4, run); Lash (22, run). 


Guest, Paul Gober and Ed Olild--extra point was wide, but that\his own 17. 
ham. jJappeared to be of no impor-| Then Army began to unload. 
In the pregame high jinks,'tance at the time, what with It was Uebel mostly on decep- 
Army unveiled its “secret weap- Navy indicating that it could'tive delayed cross bucks who 
on” after opening the doors of score at will against the Army found holes opened for him in 
an over-sized panel truck which defense. In fact, after forcing the Navy line. Murtland also 
disgorded of all things, a pair Army to yield the ball on a was effective on the same type 
of feminine cheerleaders. who punt, Navy drove right back to), ., ,., ,. «4. . at i 


it up in front of the the Army 34 with such ease . ‘ ° ee aS 
Ike Sends Secret Wires to Coaches 


Army stands. that a dreary game was in pros- 
With the opening kickoff, pect. But Oldham fumb a 
GETTYSBURG, Pa., Nov. 26 (®#—President Eisenhower sent 
telegrams to opposing coaches in today’s Army-Navy football 


Navy appeared to be unveiling handoff from Welsh and Guard 
a secret weapon of its own, Sub Stanley” Slater recovered for 

game at Philadelphia, but the temporary White House here 
wouldn't reveal what he said. 


Halfback Paul Gober who was Army and Navy's threat had 
It's a very delicate situation. 
While th 


J 
with a boot that went out of|the game in the first half te eight-yarder to the sd 
bounds on the Navy 13. Welsh'a broken nose that was aj 
was forced to call for a fourth sample of Army’s enthusiastic | jas 
down punt after Army tackle tackling, returned to take the|f) 
Loren Reid spilled him for a kickoff following Army’s touch- 
loss on a keep play, and from'doewn and almost went all the 
‘the Navy 41, the Cadets:way with it. Murtland made a’ 
* launched the touchdowm that’save by tackling him on the 
put them in front. Z Navy 43. 
| §$ub Back Murtland, hurt! The next play was deeply 
much of the season, supplied wounding to Navy. Guest 
two big plays to the drive, a fumbled on an off-tackle plunge 
T-yard slant and another on aiand Chesnaushkas recovered 
quick hand-off that carried 13 for Army on Navy's 48. 
yards to the Navy 11. | Navy forced an Army punt 
_ On those handoffs of Hol- as the third quarter ended, and § 
leder’s, Navy's defenses were Annapolis partisans were joy-| 
so much at sea that the man'ful as the Middies began to 
calling ‘em could have been move toward what looked like | | 
been using ship-to-shore tele- from | 
phone. r on a roll-out 
spun four yards to the four- 
Aa line and Capt. Uebel took 
from there over left tackle. 


» 


Navy and the big crowd to the Conversions: Chesnauskas 2. 


threat of its ground power 
which was somewhat electric. 
On the kickoff that opened the 
second half, they were newly 
alerted. 


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Spend Few Dollars 
For Value Received 


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in for the injured regular Chet emptied. 

Burchett. With Gober the work-| Navy was not only dominant 
horse in the drive Navy but on the last play of the first 
marched 76 yards over the goal quarter Welsh, the great An- 
line on 16 plays. — ‘napolis pass-thrower, appeared 
Welsh ‘completed the first to rub it on his rival Holleder. 
. three passes he threw, two to/The . first at- 

. End Ron Beagle for good yard- tempted 
.and then a long loft to 
that took the ball to 's defensive) 
, jtroops which any 


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Largest Metropolitan Washington Dealer 
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ENTIRE 4800 block WISCONSIN AVE. N.W. 
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Red Blaik or Navy Coach Eddie Erde- 
of ee. oe ee 
indicating he wished success to 
Navy coach, are you?” a newsman asked. 
grinned and said he would let his questioner draw 


, 


Senator Lashes ‘Commercial Football’ in Virginia 


THE WASHINGTON POST 


end TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, November 27, 1955 


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Penes Leads (Pitches and Putts’ ies W&L 


Potomac 
Boat Entries | 


By Peggy Reynolds } 

Coast Guard Commander Len| 
Penso, in his seventh year asi 
champion of the local Penguin 
fleet, emerged as the only win- 
ner of both Spring and Fall Se- 
ries in Potomac River Sailing 
Association results announced 
yesterday. 

Penso also was tops in points 
for local sailing, with 917 out 
of a possible 1.000 in the Fall 
Series. 

Trophies for all PRSA 1955 
sailing events will be awarded! 
at the Association's annual din-' 
ner, which starts at 7:30 p.m. 
Friday, Dec. 2, at the Dodge 
Hotel. Ben Minor, PRSA Race) 
Chairman, will present the tro-/ 
phies. 

Junior skippers had a good! 
year, led by George S. Brown, | 
15, who sails the Snipe Alibi.| 
In the Fall Series, George won| 
eight out of ten races, commut-| ) 
ing from Baltimore with his 
brother Taylor, 13, as crew. | 

Another junior winner is 
Marge Hornblower, 13, who 
sailed her family’s boat, Whis- 
per, to a third place in the 
Lightnings. Dave Corcoran, 11,' 
lost Lightning third to Marge 
by only 20 percentage points. 

Results are not yet official 
in the Auxiliary Class, as fin- 
ishes are subject to correction! 
by Off-Soundings Club handi-| 
cap formula. Unofficially, reli-| 
able sources rate Nils Brekke’s 
Kings Cruiser, Flicka, the win- 
ner ) 

Trophy winners are as 

wst 


fol- 


SPRING SERIES 
THISTLES—1!, Joe Krafft 


2 § oy Powers. 
thard. White Magic. 
nm Pense. Trinket: a 
Richard McFiwa 
NIPES—1. Dona Wilson, 
Trace Wetmore. Man 
FALL enuins 


Samuel 


Malabs ri 


Merrick 


ree McKenzie. 
erty; 2%, 


Wells. | Stretaway: 8 Gee 


ankee. 
GHTNINGS—!I. Ey 

‘ T- 

3. Bess Parker, 


+ eat “Gasees 
2. Bi Reshiow. Pur- 


SPECTAL TROPHIES 
Coronation Trephy (Thistles—Krafft 
Ol4 Deminion Treshy (Chesapeake 

20s— Wells 
Spring Trephy (Chesapeake ?s)—Karl! 
Biatter. America. 
pocgetery s Cus (‘Geneten Cove Re-' 
Satta)—Powers 
Commodore's 
Kenrie. 
Belvoir 


Cup (Gunsten)—~Me-| 


Rew! (Gunsten)—McKensie. 


By Maury 
THE COUNTRY CLUB of 


Fitzgerald 


Virginia grossed $64,000 and 


netted $19,000 on the 1955 National Amateur championship, 


‘according to figures just released . 


. The Board of Gover- 


nors at the Richmond club voted enénieieuale to distribute 
the profit as bonuses to employes of 


the club. 
Dec 
meeting at 


the 


One of the highlights of 
39 National PGA winter 
Atlantic City will be Ben 


Hogan's talk on the competitive side 


of golf 
British 


champion’s 
afternoon of Tuesday, Dec. 6. 


. The former 
National Open 
listed for the 
. doe 


ag he saw it. 
and U. §& 
talk is 


Dey of the USGA and Bobby Jones, 
golfdom's only grand slam champion, 
also are scheduled to make personal 


appearances 
session .. 


during the seven-day 
. day Randoiph writes to 


Bethesda pro Harry Griesmer from 
England that he hasn't played much 


golf, bat 


Fitzgerald ’ March 


Cees es 


that he is entered in the 
14 Egyptian amateur cham- 


pionship at Cairo’s Gezira Sporting 
The former George Washington University golf 


captain is a Pfc in the U. S. Air Force in England. 


MAX ELBIN, professional 
been invited by the Touch- 
down Club of Annapolis to 
make a special golf presenta- 
tion Wednesday night to Col. 
Jim Wernli Charlie 
Seaver and Lawson Little 
have been given places in 
Stanford University's athietic 
Hall of Fame, the first golf- 
ers to earn such an honor 


._. The most excited person 
at Woodmont Country Club 
on Thanksgiving Day was 
Bernard Green, a 15-handicap 
golfer, who played the last 
six holes in a succession of 
pars . . The British PGA 
has asked the Royal and 
Ancient to schedule 
British Open in September 
to get better weather condi- 
tions and more American 
entries ... Washington Red- 
skin End Johnny Carson had 
a 73 the other day at Chevy 
Chase. His host, Maryland 
State Amateur 
Ralph Bogart, predicts a 
bright future for the former 
Georgia footballer ... The 
National PGA picked July as 
the month for the 1956 PGA 
championship but is holding 
back the exact date, awaiting 
the release of the 1956 major 
league baseball schedules. 


GEORGE PRICE just 
missed Washington Golf and 
Country Club’s hole-in-one 
pot of gold ... Playing, with 
Dr. Weldon Price, Herb and 
Lew Swartwout, George 
Price’s tee shot on the ninth 
hole landed in the cup but 
bounced out, stopping iess 
than 2 inches away from the 
flag... E. T. Greenstreet and 


the | 


Champion | 


at Burning Tree Club, has 


Nina Crampton just missed 
collecting Congressional’s 
hole-in-one insurance pot. . 

Greenstreet landed his shot 


in the cup on the ninth, but | 


the ball popped out and hung 


on the edge, half in and half | 


out of the hole Miss 
Crampton’s tee shot on the 
same hole stopped inches 
short of the mark... Ray 
Gable got what he described 


as the thrill of his life when | 


his 7-iron third shot on the 
520-yard third hole at Argyle 
found the cup for an eagle 
three ... Bab DiMaio took 
a free ride on Eddie Steven's 
69 the other day at Manor 
and collected handsomely 


from George Thornton and | 


John Fales. 
WILLIAM 
70 for the 

with 35-33-68 at 

dian Spring but still lost 
his money ... Teamed with 

Sherry Robertson and Harry 

Sennett, Wolf's fine round 

was obscured by the 34-31-65 

fired by Assistant Pro Bobby 

Bowers ... Bowers’ partner 

was Joe Haynes, former 

Washington pitcher... C. F. 

Huntley knocked his tee 

shot over the green on the 

par-three ninth at Congres- 
sional but knocked his second 
shot from the concrete 

walkway into the cup for a 

deuce ... Johnny Holzberg 

warmed an otherwise chilly 
day for Page Cornwell, 

Jimmy Gardella and Dick 
Miltbourne with a 6 the 

other afternoon at Columbia. 


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tie ytit 


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32 Intent 

34 Islet 

35 Energy 
unit 

36 Curb 

37 Divides 

39 Monster 

40 That place 

43 Cue 

44 Chilled 

45 Smithy 

46 Fow! 

47Go by 

48 Ought 

49 Card game 

50 Dine 

51 Identical 

52 Thin 

53 Like a lion 

57 Quivers 


1 Destitute 
5 English 

china 

10 Censure 

15 Carved 

21 Groundless 

22 Tricks 

23 Made of 
oak 

24 City in 
Wisconsin 

25 Town near 
Naples 

26 Sen. 
Morse’s 
political 
affiliation 

28 Warns 

29 Commerce 

31 Goad 


1 Liquid 
measure 

2 Scent 

3 Jar 

4 Reciters 

5 Sway 

6 Sharp 
sound 

7 Ancient 

8 Intensifies 

9 Sprightly 
wit 


16 Respiratory 
sound 

17 High card 

18 Vixen 

19 Complete 

20 Robin, e. g. 

27 An age 

30 Anger 

33 Short for 
Edward 

36 Ascend 

37 Earlier 

38 Pursue 

38 Alas! 
(Scotch 
Var.) 

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letter 

41 Listened 


13 Intellee- 
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coin 

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John 

79 Silly 

80 Lyric poem 

81 Girl's name 

84 Cleansing 

86 Alit 

87 On the 
market: 
2 was. 

88 Hindu 
elixir of life 

89 Slag 

90 Lucre 

91 Narrow 
inlet 

92 Speak 


58 Joined 

60 Quipped 

61 Afloat 

62 Curry favor 

63 Croft 

64 Floor mat 

65 Explosive 

66 Improve 

67 Golf score 

68 Before 

69 Quarre! 

71 Esteemed 

72 Reddish 
brown 

73 Stravinsky 

74 Greek 
letter 

75 Girl's name 

76 Kill 93 Bill a pair 

77 French of playors 


DOWN 


58 After din- 
ner candy 

59 Seam 

60 Cylinder 

62 To be a 
member 

63 Encircled 

66 Fruit 

67 Margin 

69 Star in 
Virgo 

70 Hymn 

71 Egotism 

72 Sever 

73 Evidences 
of debt 

75 Narrow 

76 Wash day 

77 Slave 


42 Public 
amuser 

43 Vain actors 

44 Harmonizer 

45 Allay 

47 Divide 

48 Glided on 
ice 

49 Legume 

51 Tender 

52 Sofa 

53 Pantry 

54 Unnatu- 


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108 Green 
fodder pit 
109 Like a 


94 Divorce 
town 
95 Having 
wings 
96 Common 
~ talk 
99 Man's 
name 
100 Pinochle 
deciaration 
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ent 
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103 Meal 
104 Colloquial 
contraction 
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106 Against 
107 Neoplasm 


enly body 
113 Poetical 
genre 
115 Not assets 


120 Smiling 
broadly 

121 Pale 

122 Weird 

123 Very (Fr.) 

124 Princes 

125 Chairs 

126 Russian 
mountains 

127 Oceans 


80 Raver 

81 Defeatist 

82 Assumed 
name 

83 Valentine 

85 Fable teller 

86 Thread 

87 Ward off 

89 Contain 

90 Skin 

93 Look outs 

94 One who 
notes again 


99 Liquor 

100 Environ- 
ment 

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103 Hard fats 

104 Trouble 

105 Lawgiver 

107 Care for 

108 Faults 

109 Wainscot 

110 Car shoe 

111 Notion 

112 Luck 

114 Chinese 
river 

116 Exclama- 
tion 

117 Wager 

118 Man's. 
name 


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Within Class 


Sen. A. Willis Robertson (D- 
Va.) yesterday called for an end 
to “commercialized” football in 
Virginia’s colleges and univer- 
isities 
| Virginia schools, Robertson 
said in a statement issued in 
|Washington, should 
‘football to an amateur footing, 
should play each other, and 
should not schedule games with 
teams that don’t observe their 
amateur rules. He added that 
such a practice is now followed 
‘by the nine Ivy League col- 
leges. 

“If a man can qualify as a 
good student, he could be con- 
‘sidered for a scholarship, but 
I wouldn't bring a man to col- 
|lege and pay his tuition and ex- 
penses just to play football,” 
Robertson said. 


| Virginia’s private colleges 


should be all too glad with their) 
‘limited resources to agree to’ 


return football to an amateur 
basis, Robertson said. 

As for state-supported col- 
leges, Sen. Robertson asserted: 

“The governor, who appoints 
the board of visitors for the 
various, schools, 
‘amateur status. He can insist 
that the boards put restrictions 
into effect in the state schools.” 

Robertson's remarks were 
prompted, in part, by this sea- 


' 


son’s showing of three Old Do- ths 


‘minion teams—Virginia Mili- 
itary Institute, the University of 
'Virginia and Washington and 


Lee University. None of them ies le 


|has won more than one game. 
But it was “commercialism” 
inot the records themselves that 
Robertson found “disturbing.” 
“What business does VMI, or 
any other state school, have in 
playing West Virginia, a team 
ithat averages 215 pounds from 
‘end to end?” asked Sen. Rob- 
ertson. 
| Virginia schools should stick 


to their own teams in football, 


Robertson said, adding, “Let 
‘em play each other like they 
used to do.” 

Robertson deplored the big 
time attitude that a team has) 
“got to win,” the recruiting! 
that often puts the game out of| 
the class of ordinary college’ 
boys, and the frequent substi- 
tutions through which larger 
schols can overwhelm their) 
weaker opponents. 

Looking backward to his own) 
three years at guard and tackle 
as an undergraduate from 1905- 
07 at the University of Rich 
mond, Sen. Robertson said, 

“When I got tired, the man op-'* 
posite me wag tired, too. 
could stay in thre with him.” 


the part of private colleges and 
a prodding from the governor'| 
against gridiron commercialism | 
in Virginia institutions, Sen. 
Robertson said: 

| “As amateurs you. don’t get 


—~ias big crowds, you don’t make 


‘as much money but you have 


i clean sports, and a chance for 


‘character building among the 
The spectators have a 
| good time watching two evenly- 


= matched teams.” 


| Sen. Robertson said he was 
‘making no specific charges of; 
‘football subsidization in any 
‘Virginia schools, but merely 
wanted to get football on a 


——=. | Strictly amateur basis. 


“Fans who enjoy seeing be- 
commit mayhem 
jshuld | go to the professional 
games,” Robertson saiad. “As 
 tevidence of the pleasure ama- 


|__.|teur football can give, 17,000 


turned out last night to see two 
Washington high school teams 
play for the city championship.” 
Robertson was referring to the 
Cardoza-Gonzaga game spon- 
sored by the Washington Post 
and Times Herald and Touch. 
down Club. 

Virginia schools should not 
schedule teams that are “seek. 
ing the $100,000 or more reward | 
for playing a bowl game.” Rob- 
ertson concluded, 


Haney Aces 136-Yard 


No. 2 Hole at Dupont 


Bob Haney scored a hole-in- 
one on the 136-yard second hole 
at Fort Dupont golf course yes- 
terday afternoon. He used a 
seven-iron for the ace, wit- 
nessed by his brother 
Hank Miracle and John Pope. 


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Don Fairfield 


Takes Lead 


WEST PALM BEACH, Fia., 
Nov. 26 W—Don Fairfield, a 
young shot maker from Casey, 
illl., fashioned a four-under par 
68 today to take a three-stroke 
lea dafter 36 holes in the 
second annual $5000 West Palm 
Beach Open golf tournament. 


With 18 holes left to play, Fair- 


field had a score of 141. 

He wrested the lead away 
from Dow Finsterwald of Bed- 
ford Heights, Ohio, who went 


into the round with a one-' 


stroke lead when he managed 
to match par yesterday on the 
36, 36—72 country club course. 

Finsterwaid shot another 72 
today but was tied with two 
others for the runnerup posi 


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TCU Wins 
League Title 


the Southeastern Conference 
crown today by beating Missis- 
sippi State, 26-0, was selected 
after that game as TCU's op- 
ponent. 

Swink ran his scoring total 
for the season to 125 points 
just three points under the all- 
time conference record of 128 


set by Joel Hunt of Texas A&M | 


in 1927. And his yardage of 
1283 for the season was only 
19 under the record of 1302 set 


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Navy Coach, Eddie Erdelatz. 
After taking time put to tell 
his players that he was thank- 
ful for their fine effort and 
proud of them, he settled 
down in a corner of the room 
and said: 

“Army played a_i great 
game. They won. We expected 
them to be rough on the 
ground and they were. They 
ran the ball better than 
Notre Dame.” 


This raised the eyebrows of | 


many who awaited Erdelatz’s 
analysis of the game. 

He reiterated: “Army ran 
| the ball better against us 

than Notre Dame. I think the 

statistics will point that out. 

And here’s anoher point. 

Against Notre Dame we used 

our regular five-man line. 

“Our basic defense today 
was a six-man line. We knew 
our regular five wouldn't be 
enough. 

“The way Army spreads the 
line we set our defenses with 
six men up front. They used 

| nothing we didn’t expect and 
still they got plenty of vards 
on the ground. That's why 
I'll say they rin the ball bet- 
ter than Notre Dame. Im 
sure the the game films will 
bear me out.” 

Asked to compare some of 
his backs with Army’s, Erde- 
latz said, “Why start that. I'm 
afraid to do that. I might 
hurt someone on our team or 
theirs and I wouldn't want to 
take any luster off Army’s 
fine victory.” 

Eddie did admit that the 
double flanker play the Mid 
dies sprang on Army worked 
very well, He felt Navy 
gained quite a bit of yardage 


| even next 


Over Irish in Running 


with both ite halfbacks far 
out on the flanks. 

“We were moving like 
heck with that formation and 
then those fumbles. Never 
mind the fumbles,” the coach 
said. “I don't want any ex- 
cuses to come out of this 
room.” 


SECRETARY of Navy 


dressing 


also patted many of the play- 
ers on the back and told them 
they'll have a chance to get 
year. He didn't 
leave until he told Erdelatz 
to be sure and tell all the 


players he thought they did 


' a good job and that the Navy 


is proud of them. 
With the score 7 to 6 in 
Army's favor, Navy fumbled 


| @wWay a scoring opportunity 


after parading 77 yards to the 


| Army 17 in the third quarter. 


Welsh tried to run the ball 


| around left end but when he 
| was trapped he threw a pass 
C. S. Thomas dropped ino the | 


room. He congrat- | 
ulated the Navy coach. He | 


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to Ron Beagle. Beagle caught 

the ball and then fumbled 
Asked if that was the turn 

ing point of the game, Erde 


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time to 
again.” 
point. 

Army, 


score again and 
There was no turning 
Let's just say it was 
14; Navy, 6.” 


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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
Ca Sunday, Neowember 27, 1955 23 ts 


Areund The 


Horses and People 
By Walter Haight 


ARTHUR GODFREY, ON HIS FRIDAY morning radio 
show. devoted several minutes to the fact that his Sun Ruler II 
would run that afternoon at Charles Town. He wen” about 
the expensive horse competing for a $1500 purse .. . “It wasn't 

too long ago that he was. going for 

$100,000,” said the redhead. Then he 

brought out that he wanted to get some 

pleasure out of his horses and would 

rather they win cheap races than lose 

big ones... Sun Ruler Il, royally bred 

by Nashrullah (sire of Nashua and 

others), didn’t let him down. He came 

from last position to win going away, 

doing much better than the boss pre- 

dicted. Noting the race was at six fur- 

longs, Godfrey said, “Shucks, he 

doesn’t get to running until after he 

covers that much ground” The 

finishing touches on the conditioning 

| of Prendase for the Pimlico Special 

. were North American style Instead 

Haight of galloping the horse with a stable boy 

riding bare-back as has been the 

Venezuelan custom, Prendase was saddled Friday morning 

and, with Jockey or Gutierrez aboard, was worked out up- 

wards of six furlongs ... However, the trial was not timed. The 

clockers had left the ‘scene Prendase was under restraint 

throughout Gutierrez, * — 

Venezuela's leading rider, is 

the son of a retired bull fight- 

er. He left after the race for 

his native land. Angel said he 

liked our country but was 

homesick .. . Although some 

Pimlico choices have let the 

horse players down with a 

thud, favorites have won more 

than 40 per cent of the races 

thus far which is well above 
the national average 

“Fan” writes: “Thanks for 

your running description of 

the whereabouts of Willie 

Hartack. Glad to hear he's 

left this part of the country 

and. when he returns in the 

spring, I am hoping he will 

have made enough to retire to 

his farm—maybe then we can 

start betting horses instead of 

jockeys.” 


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Geese Truce 


3000 Birds Overrun 
Five Men in a Blind 


By Hugh Brannen 
Stall Reporter 
CAN YOU imagine crouching for hours in an underground 
blind waiting for just one wild goose to pitch among the de- 
coys on his way to the oven and all at once have your wish 
realized 3000 times over” 


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INGLEWOOD, Calif.. Nov. 26 
*?—Times Square wou the third 
leg of the $75,000 American) 
Racing Classic today, throwing 
the pacing event into a tie be- 
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CHARLES TOWN, W. Va. 
Nov. 26—Justin Fufkhouser’s 1s 
Prompt Impulse, bay 3-vear-old 
filly by Noble Impulse-Price 
Level, scored a popular victory | 
with the 4014 fans here today 


in the featured four-and-one- 
half furlong Berryville Purse 

Bred at Funkhouser’s nearby 
O'Sullivan Farms, Prompt Im- 
pulse was odds-on favorite, pay- 
ing $3.20, and raced the short *si4: 83 ~yeat-olds: allowances v~ 
sprint in .51 3/5 seconds. Coaiport 1 a ¥ ‘ One way fare Dea (phus can) 5 

Charlie McKee, popular light- Te Wind ward rc} "his Round tr trip $2.25 (plus tax) 
weight rider, brought the filly Be lana’ is 
to the wire a length and a half Blackebout + 
ahead of J. B. Hobbs’ Carona,) ¢_ 5. srs00 5 
with Mrs. T. Browning's Rival Lofty Peak 
Time a head back in the third Stepner 0 Upper 
spot. Paradise 

The winning double combina- 
tion of 5 and 4 returned $31.80) 
to the favorite players off to a 
\'winning afternoon, Mrs. M. Bil- 
llera’s Mike’s Money, with Ellis 
Gray up, clicked by three parts) 
of a length. R. S. Reynolds Jr.’s 
Lady Virginia saved the place | 
by a length and one half over 
the tiring favorite, W. F. Poole’s 
Good Valley. Mike’s Money was 
a close second choice and paid 
$6.60. 

Jockey Joe Servis shot Mrs. 

V. Moss’ Busy Phil into the 
lead in the backstretch and 
went on to score by two lengths 
in the seven-furlong second! 
race. 

Violino, owned by Pennsy)- 
vania State Sen. O. R» Watkins. 
and P. Wischer’s Arch Rival 
gave the fans a real thriller in 
the mile and one sixteenth fifth 
race, the day's secondary fea- 
ture. 


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That's what happened to us, but it 
Philip Scott was second to-| was a negative victory. That enigma- 
daw. Time for the race was! ' tie army of geese was in easy gun- 
1-59 on a fast track. Diamond! | shot, physically, but morally they 
Hal. the favorite, seemed a ‘ were a million miles out of range. 
cinch to win his second straight No warden could have plugged our 
in this three-day classic. The) scatterguns as effectively as the 
Shafter Ranch star handled by| geese themselves did. — 
Joe O’Brien had won last week We'd gone goose-hunting for the 
in 1:57 25 by three lengths. second time this season to the pits 
Hillsota won the first heat two presided over by Earle Nickerson 
weeks ago. (Stillpond 3158) on the Ralph Miller 
The Diamond set the pace farm at Kennedyville, Md. It was the 
but faded in the stretch and dark of the moon, and we were in the 
driver McKinley Kirk had pit at first light, in company with 
‘Times’ Square well in place to! the incomparable sportsmen, Steve 
go ahead and win. Gatti, Charlie Sayer, and _ Beef 
Times Square and Hillsota Kraitch. Our guide again was Arthur 
‘each earned $17,083 for their Pinder, goose hunter extraordinary, 
owners. Eddie Kirk of Wash-| owner of the historic White House Farm, and Earle Nicker- 
ington Court House, Ohio, and son's son-in-law. . 
Mrs. Alice V. Miller of Wash- The flocks had stayed bedded down on the creek all night, 
ington, D. C. there Seng no moon to light them to dinner in the fields, 
cH, Ne RT ———-—-* and we thought they would 
certainly start decoying at 
crack of day. They didn’t. 
They appeared from’ the di- 
rection of the creeks, but 
in high formations, the thin 
volume of their talk betray- 
ing their extreme altitude. 


FOR HOURS this kind of 
frustration persisted, until a 
solitary gander sat down 30 
yards away. 

We let him be, of course, 
He was bait. Five more birds 
flew in. We selected each his 
target and were getting set 
to jump up and put them to 
flight when a big wedge set 
their wings and coasted right 
down. 


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“As a retired mailman I con- 
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mate finished in the money, a 
man appeared from behind 
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but the West Coast people in- 
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make a special air trip for the 
Santa Anita Handicap and the 
San Juan Capistrano, both 
$100,000 races ... Although 
the race is almost a year away 
and nominations don’t close 
until December 15, upwards 
of 40 yearlings, due to race in 
1956, already have been nomi- 
nated for The Garden State 
which grossed $282,370 this 
year and Prince John took 
down $157,918 for his surprise 
victory. The first payment is 
$35 but it gets more expensive 
thereafter At least one 
Maryland horseman takes a 
dim view of the state’s tracks 
Operating without confliction 


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count, or estimate, in the 
same way the game wardens 
do. 

The feeding birds kept 
waddling closer, in a great 
semi-circle, until at length it 
seemed that all the geese of 
the flyway would overru the 
pit. Before long we figured 
we could reach out a leather- 
mittened hand and gather one 
in, with caution naturally, 
since a black stocking’s bill 
can score you for keeps. 

WHY THEY had picked 
our field for their convention 
is anybody's guess. A’ the 
other fields around us were 
dotted with similar pits and 
none was baited. There was 
only fallen cprn left over 
from the normal harvest, and 
not too much of that 

Three reasons why 
couldn't shoot: 

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birds on the ground. 

(b) We would not shoot into 
| flying birds so concentrated. 
It would be murder with five 
repeating shotguns throwing 
15 loads of No. 2's. 

(c) When they did get up, 
we did not want any stir from 
our blind to be the cause of 
their scare. They'd remember, 
and never return to the field. 

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'$4.80. 63.20: GOOD vutEy $3 40 
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the drive. wae carried wide by e winter near 
FIFTH RACE—One and one teen miles 
Por 2- year-olds: allowance Sta 
driving: place same. Winner. G. BR. Watkins’ db. ¢ 
Pirst Piddie—Piorentina Trained by A. Morrison Time, } 
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andled 
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a the drive 
the outside of the winner, 
Dam ran away three-eighthis before the race, 
ground near the end. | 
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2000 = Won pasate A ~~ a. of , eae: | 
tart on handi place sam 
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in hand well. ,reced Manipulator inte 
submission, when ch afien ged bY arene. won 
under smart hand riding. Cerena,. away slowly and te | 
te contention. collared the wants at the head C8 the eat retch 
then weakened Rival ble 
finished with a rush n a 
SEVENTH CE--One and sixteen miles irse, 
— Por 4-year-olds OF up: « aimine | at HA a we 
ood. Won easily: place driving. Winner. 7 W. Kirk Disk 
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~ Orch BUSH. best kept close te the pace the first 


Pooch. racing as if 
three Qtar sere. aldose 4d of the oor , ar er when ready, won) 


with speed reserve yiloe 
under sood Fy could not withstand the winner. 
Bush. never far out of it, lacked «a late rally. 

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$1 4°26. Start good. Won drivin 
Winner, ae it's b. gs. ay ag, Esae 
, Trained _by R " Beott. Tim 


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Silver Wheat 
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WASHINGTON 


REDSKINS vs. 


Both starters raced from flag 


{all to finish never further than 
heads apart. 
ish 
dropped Violino’s head on the 
wire with Arch Rival second. 


Finally at the fin- 


little Charlie McKee 


that a plane woyld roar over 
or some other disassociated 
noise would alarm them and 
break them up and send them 
on their way. After half an 
hour it happened. The pres- 
sure was too much for two 
gunners in a distant blind. 
They jumped out and fired 
six rounds into the air. 

The feeding flock stilled, 
then in one schooled motion 
it took off. The sound of its 
passing was like the trump 
of doom, the rustling of wings 
of all the dark angels beyond 
Jordan. 

They were out of gunshot, 
actually in an instant, as 
they wheeled and darkened 
the mackerel sky. A few strag- 
glers were on the flanks, and 
these were our belated tar- 
gets after we had fumbled 
around and got our guns 
mounted 

We collapsed a bird with 
an improved-cylinder setting, 
Charlie Sayer got two and 
Beef Kraitch two. The others 
were not in position to shoot. 
They were still in a trance, 
particularly Arthur Pinder, 
who is more naturalist than 
hunter, if you want the truth. 


STEELERS 


TODAY AT 2:00 P.M. 


A recognized name in the field of Electronics, 
For more than a decade the carefully planned 
growth of the Crosley Government Products 
Division has been making Cincinnati the 
Electronics Center of the Midwest. Crosley's 
immediate expansion program offers numerous 
opportunities in many ficids. Present plans call 
for continued expansion during the next ten 
year period. 
The Crosley Government Products Division is a 
member of the AVCO Manufacturing Corpora- 
aly family of famous names including 
Crosley Broadcasting, Crosley Appliances and 
Electronics, Bendix Home Appliances, Lycoming, 
American Kitchens, New Idea Farm Equipment 
and Horn Manufacturing Company. 


WHAT IS CROSLEY DOING NOW 


Crosley’s Engineering Staff has been engaged in 
the design and development of a selected diver- 
sity of electronics equipment, such as, Radar, 
Sonar, Gunsights, Transmitters, and Receivers. 
During recent years Crosley has gone into new 
applications of electronics and is doing Research, 
Advanced Development and Product Engincering 
in Guided Missiles, Gyros, Magnetic Amplifiers, 
Servos, Computors, Radar, Infra-Red Radiation, 
Detection Nucleonics, Transistors and Human 
Engineering. In addition, Crosley is one of the 
largest producers of Fire Control and Air Navi 
gational equipment. These programs enable 
Crosley to place engineers in positions which 
offer them seepandiiilinies and challenging oppor- 
tunities for unlimited growth. 


OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOU 


The people on Crosley’s engineering staff have 
progressed because Crosley has been successful ia 
its many fields of activity. This success also creates 
the need, today, for new members in our organi- 
zation. There are openings at all levels of educa- 
tion and experience for individuals with back- 
grounds in any of the following: Electronics, 
Electro-Mechanics, Mechanics, Physics, Mathe- 
matics, Optics, Technical Writing, Packaging 
or Illustrating. These nities are in 
existing groups as well as in sew groups now 
being formed. 


YOU CAN EXPECT 


The Crosley Engineering organization is divided 
into small groups to give every employee indi- 
vidual consideration and the opportunity to se 
cure the position for which he is best fitted. In 
evidence of Crosley's successful employee relations 
program, Engineering Personnel turnover is but a 
fraction of 1% per year. Crosley offers top 
salaries, substantial group insurance and retire- 
ment benefits, a subsidized education program 
and modern air conditioned work areas which 
boast the latest engineering equipment and 
faciliues. Transportation expenses for you and 
your family and your household belongings 
will be paid by Crosley. 


YOU WOULD LIVE 


Greater Cincinnati is located on « 
Ohio River and is surrounded 
aeee sections on the hills 
city fr many modern ing centers 
distributed throughout the a 8 Cimcinned 
area providing convenient lower cost shopping 
for Cincinnati residents without the inconvenience 
of metropolitan traffic. 

Our commuting time t Crosley 
located 
minutes. 


Educational facilities in Cincinnati are unlimited. 
The University of Cincinnati has an enrollment 
of approximately 14,500, half of which are 
enrolled in evening courses leading to Bachelors, 
Masters and Doctors rees. Active scientific 
and professional societies provide a common meet- 
ing ground for people of mutual interests. 
Cultural activities include the Cincinnati Zoo 
Opera which presents many of the well known 
operas and operatic stars of today. The Cincinnati 
Public Library is second to none and is considered 
to be one of the best housed and equipped in the 
Midwest area. It is also the home of the Cincin- 
nati Redlegs National League Baseball Team and 
is the scene of Boxing, Hockey and Broadway 
Theatrical presentations. There are many goif 
courses, public swimming public parks 
and playgrounds which offer recreation for the 
entire family. 


A pleasant climate and neighbor! 
what make this « fine city inwwhich a ma 
permanent home. 


have Crosley’s story 


sweep of the 
with charming 
overlooking the 


‘Ss moderna plan 
in suburban Bvandele, averages — 


le are 
e your 


NOW sent we have sient 


Address your resumé to: 


Director of Engineering od 


Government Products ae 


Crosley DIVISION 


VCO eeonsracrunme CORPORATION 


2630 Glendale-Milford Read 


Cincinnati 15, Obie 


> 


Business Outlook 


Reserve Board Acts 


Che Washington ° : 
Hess Dusiness 


To Impose Restraint 


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1958 


C9 


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By J. A. Livingston Washington Success 


Story 


When the news of President Eisenhower's heart attack hit 
newspapers, radios and TV sets two months ago, prosperity was 
never boomier, optimism never higher, and confidence never 
pushed further into the future—not even in 1929. Speeches 
om met in advance for the gaudy American ° te 

ankers Association Convention in Chicago ©) 
were effusive—yes, even rapturous—about 
the long-term outlook for America. 

Then came the saddening news from Den- 
ver. On Monday, Sept. 26, the New York 
Stock Exchange had its “cardiac panic.” 
Stocks slipped 31 points—6 per cent—gen- 
erating doubts, fears, and questions in men’s 
minds: Has the economic outlook radically 
changed? 

Today, the President is walking about; he’s 
swinging golf clubs; he’s meeting his Cabinet; 
he’s carrying on business. Stock market charts 
in brokers’ offices no longer show a wide open gap—what tech- 
nicians in early October thought might be a bear market signal. 
Stocks have recovered to the status quo ante. 


Numerous Modern 
Buildings of City 
Are His Creations 


By Leo Sullivan 
Stall Repor'er 


For 32 years Alvin Love At 
binoe has been engaged in the 
construction business as engi- 
neer, builder, architect and de- 


A Resumption of Restraint 


lool 


attests to the success of his 


Builder Aubinoe Helped 
Give New Look to District 


Income Climb Here 
Under U.S. Average 


By S&S. Oliver Goodman 


Over the past 15 years, the rise in personal income in the 
District of Columbia has lagged in comparison with the national’ 
total. 

This was shown in a comprehensive analysis released yester- 
day by Federal Reserve Bank of? 
Richmond. 

For 1954, the bank pointed 
out, personal income in D. C. 
totaled $1.885 billion. This was 
0.6 per cent less than 1953, but 


States totay were divided 
pro rata, your share would 
be $163.16 in cash. So says a 


@ 


i 3 


by . 

A month before the cardiac, the Reserve Board approved an 
increase in the rediscount rate from 1% per cent to 2% per 
cent by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. This was for- 
mail notice that economic exuberance had to be checked: that 


| efforts. 

| Top entry in the ledger of 
‘Alvin L. Aubinoe, Inc., is the 
Dupont Plaza Hotel. Designed 
by his own architectural firm, 


: 


eredit would not be easy and cheap; that businessmen and con-' 
sumers had better be prepared for higher costs when they bor- 
row; that all efforts would be made to prevent prosperity from 
pyramiding into a boom-bust sequence. 


built by his construction firm 
‘and presently owned by his 
‘holding company, the ultra mod- 


‘ern apartment hotel on Dupont 
Circle is clearly Aubinoe’s prize 
| property. | 
There he personally super-' 
vises the entire operation of the 
hotel. There, too, in offices at 
(1515 19th st. mw., he transacts 
| his $10-million-a-year business. 
The list ‘of his accomplish- 


Then the President took ill, a new theory set in: Prosperity 
had to be propped. Restraint’s off. Easy money's back again 
. to make up for lack of confidence. But now, the Reserve 

Board has permitted the discount rate to go up to 2% per | 

cent (see chart). 

Why? Because loans to business have been going up at an 
extremely rapid rate—faster than seasonal. Because banks, 
to make these loans, have been borrowing money from Federal 


ALVIN LOVE AUBINOE 
. «+ Dupont Plaza Hotel is top entry 


new booklet published by the 
Federal Reserve Bank of 
Richmond The 47-page| 
“Readings on Money” dis-| 
cusses in layman's language| 
total. Last year it was only|*e¢ nature of money, its role) 
0.66 per cent of the U. S. figure.|in our modern economy, and' 

Reasons for the lag here are\the processes of its creation’ 
not difficult to pinpoint. First,/and circulation. Copies are) 
our principal employer (Unclejavyailable without ch from 


Sam) hasn't been too generous'the Federal Reserve nk of 
in granting pay increases. The) Richmond. 


75 per cent salary boost for 

Government workers, granted 

in July of this year. will heip| ¥ ounger People Needed 

to make up the long lag. _ =i The National Association of 
A second a Aight | Securities Dealers in a survey 

to the suburbs wit e higher-| a; 

income families leading the disclosed that the average age 


6.6 per cent more than 1950. It 
was 134 per cént higher than 
1940. 

Now comes the rub. Back in 
1940 the D. C. personal income 
was 1.03 per cent of the national 


Im Hollywood, Fla 
Investment 


Bankers Unit 
Meets Today | 


HOLLYWOOD, Fia., Nov. 26 
(‘P—The 44th annual convention 
of the Investment Bankers As- 
sociation of America opens here 
Sunday. 

The weeklong meeting is 
focused on the moun prob- 
lems of the investment ker 
ata time when the stock market 
is around peak levels and a 
growing flow of investment 
money is seeking an outlet. 

Of principal interest will be 
the four main speakers: 

Gabriel Hauge, Administra 
tive Assistant to President Ei- 
senhower; Philip D. Reed, 
chairman af General Electric: 
Harllee Branch Jr., president 
of the Edison Electric Insti- 
tute and the Georgia Power Co, 
and Thomas B. McCabe, presi- 
dent of Scott Paper Co. and 
former head of the Federal Re- 
serve Board. 

Committees of the associa- 
tion will consider municipal se- 
curities, Federal securities, Fed- 
eral legislation, stock exchange 


way. There is as yet no sign o 
a flagging in this exodus. 

On sources of personal in- 
come in D. C., the Reserve! 


of active officers, partners and 
proprietors among member 
firms is now 53 and that regis- 
tered representatives of mem- 
bers average out at 48 


relations, Federal taxation, for- 
eign investment, oil and natural 
gas securities, public utility se 
curities, state legislation, sales 
years. 'of newly issued securities, in- 


Bank gave this breakdown f0r | “The survey,” comments NASD, | 


1954: 

qs i“seems to bear out the belief of 
Federal civilian employment | ; ; 

accounted for 29.4 per cent and|™*"Y in the business that more 


+ youn r e t 
military 4.7 per cent Ao rE ag must be 
Property income accounted | ».. ciness if it is to be main- 
for 16.4 per cent and transfer tained in a competitive position 
payments 8.2 per cent. with sales organizations in 


Retail and wholesale trade . 20 
accounted for 10.9 per cent and other types ef business. | 


Services 85 per cent. 
Finance, insurance and real 
estate accounted for 26 per 


Market Gossip | 
R. H. Macy & Co. may raise 


‘ments also includes many other 
| buildings with the modern flare, 
apartment houses, office and in- 
‘dustrial structures, hotel and 
homes. 


Congressional Hotel 


The Congressional Hotel, at 
New Jersey ave. and C st. sé., 
was completed in 1948 just be- 
fore the Dupont Plaza and held 
by Aubinoe until 1951. He can 
take credit, too, for Carillon 
House at 2500 Wisconsin ave. 
nw.; other apartments at 2000 
Connecticut ave. nw., 1600 1 
st. nw., and 1725 Massachusetts 
ave. nw.; as well as the Wire 
Building and the new national 
showcase for the Home Build- 
LA Lv mgetom ers Soe a 1625 L jo nw. 

Still owned and opera 
Reserve Banks. Because there’s a fear—and a danger—that this! 4 ywhinoe are such Baa wee Bg 
use of credit may be for speculative, inflationary purposeS;|ments as the Washington and 
that, instead of being used to create new goods and services, |; o. Apartments in Arlington; 
it is being used to buy real estate, or inventories, or property | Decatur Homes, 8th and Deca- 
for quick resale; that we're creating money faster than we're itur sts. ne; Parkside Apart 
meeting consumer wants. ments in Bethesda; and Wild- 

te res wood Manor Subdivision which 
Prosperity’s Driving Force when completed will be com- 


; 
’ 


Sere f~ ew Laren et Shrines Woes 


“But it came as quite a sur-|seldom ready to leave for home 
prise to me when a wire arrivedjor one of his many club fune- 
saying ‘Send formal contract.’ |tions or still another commit- 
Aubinoe, who is associated in'tee until 5 or 6 p. m. 

the architectural firm with) 4 will to work is what he 


Harry L. Edwards and Edgaricredits as his greatest asset. 
C. Beery, visited Leopoldville 
early in 1951 to develop the de- 
sign of the 12-story building ac- 
cording to labor and material 
available there. The oe 
fall construction was — an 

to 


Aubinoe returned to 
oversee the work. 
“Washington has nothing like 
it.” he said on his return. 
Financed by the Belgian Con- 
go government and built by 
native labor under a skeleton 
crew from Washington, the 
building has 100 apartments 
each estimated to cost around 
$40,000. Equipped with air con- 
ditioning, spacious rooms and 
servants’ quarters, & offers re- 
sort facilities overlooking the 
5-mile-wide Congo River. 
Such an excursion, though 


ing wife. 

“Without those two things no 
young businessman need expect 
to go far,” he adda. 

A part of his energies are 
channeled into work for his 
church and for his alma mater. 
A member of the Bethesda 
Presbyterian Churoh, Aubinoe 
serves as a trustee and as presi- 
dent of its board of deacons. 
As a University of Maryland 
alumnus, he takes his football 
rooting seriously, following 
Coach Tatum’s boys all over 
the sountry and backing them 
ap bag president of the Terrapin 


The football trips, like his 
golf games at Columbia Coun- 
try Club, are Aubinoe’s fa 


The upswing is general. Machine tool orders in October |PTised of 500 homes and a pro- 
reached $103 million, highest monthly total since July, 1952. 
Manufacturers’ orders in September, at $28.5 billion, were $4.7 
billion above September last year. Backlogs, at $52.6 million, 
were more than $5 billion better than a year ago. The vear- 
end pile-up of orders for freight cars is expected to hit 145,000. 
That's more than 35 months’ work in the car shops at recent 
rates of delivery. 

PE amy he. gymee are producing in November as if it were 

ay (of this, more later). Steel operations are at 99 per cent , 
of capacity and show no signs of lessening. Steel scrap prices | — be SenetneG a2 be Sen 

yard. 
rise. So do lead prices—as industrial demand pushes against 
a ceiling. All this registers in the Federal Reserve Board’s| Out-of-Town Work 


ter on Rockville Pike. 

| A notable entry on 
ltachievement record is a struc- 
‘ture erected not in Washington 
but in the capital of the Belgian 
‘Congo. This marked the only 
time Aubinoe allowed his talent 
‘and interest to stray from what 


jected $10-million shopping cen-| 
ithe 


far removed from his OWN \vorite means of recreation. 
stomping grounds, was right UP However, for rest and relaxa- 
ley of this busy gentieman sion he retires to his “pink 
an eye for utilitarian | lace " 

beauty in home design and a Thin oh ae 


sound sense of what the build- 
needs of a community are. | mang! at ter Get a. — 
. h be | DuP 
is community, let there scmaand ar ‘Audie Gee toes 


no doubt, is Washington. 
, », Sons ago. Here he and his wife! 
He was born here on Lincoln's ean escape their busy rounds 


Birthday in 1903. He attended |: ine jeisure of a quiet, com- 
local schools, graduating from |¢,tapnie retreat whi ‘ano 
Tech- High School before going |nienty of guest roéms*a family 


That and a helpful, understand-|cations and public utilities for 


cent and transportation 2.4 per 


aah. dividend to $2 next year .. 


Contract construction and|National Lead may split 3 for 1 
manufacturing each accounted|. - - Nickel Plate may pay 5 or 
for 2.3 per cent. 10 per cent stock dividend ... 

Local government accounted|*umors persist that Chrysler | 
for 3.1 per cent and communi-/™&y not wait until its next) 

meeting to split ... Strength in 
Royal Dutch accompanied by 
rumors of 20 per cert stock 
dividend... St. LouisSan 
Francisco expected to boost 
payments in February ... In- 
siders doubt rumors Crescent) 
Oil will make an offer for Pan-| 
handle Oil... Philadelphia & | 
Reading may resume dividends 
next year. | 


2.1 per cent. 

Under proprietors’ income, 
professional accounted for 3 per 
cent and business 4.9 per cent. 

The Reserve Bank describes 
personal income as being meas- 
ured before deduction of in- 
come and other direct personal 
taxes, but after deduction of 
contributions to Social Secu- 
rity, Government retirement 
funds and other social insurance 
programs. 


Ace Agent to Speak 


Arthur F. Priebe, veteran of 
20 years with Penn Mutual Life 
Insurance Co., will be guest 

er at a luncheon meeting 
ursday of thé D. C. Associa- 
tion of Life Underwriters in the 
Willard Hotel. Priebe, who is: 
chairman-elect of the 1956 Mil-| 
lion Dollar Round Table, has’ 
been a qualifying member of 
that honorary group for 10 
years. Subject of his talk is 


Reply te Box M-381 
Post-Times Herald 


securities to 


vestment companies and indus- 
trial securities. 


Registration was held down 

1100 persons this year to 
avoid the overcrowding that 
last year produced a record at- 
tendance of 1306 persons. Mem- 
ber organizations were limited 
to five representatives each at 
the meeting. 


New York Bank Stocks 


NEW YORK, Nov. 26—The latest quctations 
on leading banks stocks fellow: 


tak we TY 

Beskers rest eo 
Chase Nations! Manbettes 
Chemical Core Exchenge ....... @% 
Cost i (Chi) sibbeod 
mpire Trost 

First Mat City (& Y) 

Guaranty Trest 

Hesover Genk & Trest 

Irving = Trest 
Menutecterers Yrest . 
New York Trest 
Vaited States 


mee ee 


— ~—ae ee  - S 


. SALESMEN 


New Issue of Common Stock 


Products: TITANIUM ores, ZIR- 
CON ore, Marine shell (Calcium 
carbonate) as a Bonus Co-prod- 
uct for Poultry Feed and Agri- 
cultural Lime. Swamped with 
leads -and need immediate 
sales help. 


TITANIUM ORES 
CORPORATION 


9525 Georgia Ave. 
Silver Spring, Md. 


JUniper 9-1139 JUniper 86-3647 


“My Five Favorite Fears.” 


_——— 0 Poo 
Job Seminars Slated 

A series of one-hour seminars 
on success-building techniques 
will be launched Thursday at! 


index of industrial productidn, which has just climbed to 142. 
In October, 1954, it was 126. 

The driving force behind the prosperity is new plant and 
equipment outlays. This is reflected in the orders for machine 


tools and freight cars. It is summed up by the McGraw-Hill | 


survey of business plans for expansion—a surprising 13 per cent 
gain over this year. For 1955 is winding up as a terrific year— 
highest ever. 


Housing, Autos, and the Farmer 


All indicators don’t point up. Housing starts slipped a 
trifle in October to 107,000. This compares with 113,000 in 
September and 110,700 in October, 1954. Inventories of unsold 
new passenger cars are around 575,000, suggesting that a let- 
down early in the new year is — Finally, the farmer 
is left out of the prosperity parade. Hog prices, around $12 a 
hundredweight, are at a 14-year low, and the current level for 
steers, around $22, is 45 per cent below the 1951 high. 

But so long as businessmen are expanding plant, building 
inventories, and putting out help-wanted signs—as the great 
majority are—no immediate decline in production or employ- 
ment is possible. Hence restraint. 

The theory of central banking policy is simple—to so manipu- 
late credit as to perpetuate stability. When business is very, 
very good, the Federal Reserve must tighten credit, as in early 
‘53 and now. When business slgckens, it must make credit easy, 
as in 53-54. Always it must apply just the right amount of re- 


on to Maryland U. Now a sho ' ) , 
compact 52, Aubinoe has estab-|swa ure, Pooh tennis courts 
the beginning if his caréer As |lished himself as an active a 
a recent graduate of the Univer- zen as well as business leader. | 
sity of Maryland, he served as|Chairman of Code Committee (and summer and ‘business as 
engineer of the dam, filtration; He and his wife are engaged jusual’ all the time,” Aubinoe 
and waterworks of Patton, Pa.'in Republican Party politics in/¢xplains happily, “the year is 
He was engineer on the Ford/Bethesda, where they live at)pretty well cut out for me. 
assembly plant at NorfolkXV a. 'g900 Overhill rd. They have two! 
He also did design work im) hildren, Mrs. Paul Griffith, of 
=< ye sal ah ant 5504 Lambeth rd., Bethesda, and 
at was ween 8nciAlvin L. Jr., nOw o amp Gor- 
1926 while he was employed by am Ga. 
Rape ne se a Like other builders and con- 
oP thie Washington Reilws z, tractors in the area, much of his 
Electric Co., and later a4 he me is spent on aa Fa 
‘worked for the Cafritz Con- oy Se be ‘the D.C “Building | 
struction Co., he has concen-\code Advisory Committee and 
trated his attention on Wash-i.¢ the Washington Real Estate 
ce the Belgian Congo poarc's goer Regge goog, _ 
‘government first asked for his weal at yey oc y yy Hom ns 
\bid on the luxury-type housing Committee | 
‘intended to attract mining and | His days are long. He still | 
industrial specialists to Leopold- om 
ville, Aubinoe was admittedly |©°** to work at 6 a. m. and is 


Of course, he points out, 


there was out-of-town work at | 


Commodity Index 


Niw YORK, Mov. 1% W—The Associated 
Press iedex ef important commodity 
declined moderately this week. 


The index stood ot 170.65 compared 

17.62 a week age end 172.78 & year age. 

industrial component bf @ sew high 

fer the year, and livestock, textiles and sen- 

terreus motels aise rece. Lower were grains 
aed cottes and food. 


Wk. age Yr. age. 

65 ar 72.48! 
187.77 164.51) 
47.83 


148.81 
172.31 
Mm 1468 
755.75 


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Stocks Chalk Up Another Advance 


NEW YORK, Nov. 29 »—Sales on 
: ee ee eee Soe 


week totaled 8,977,245 shares; previ 


ous week, 12,430,057; same week gor 


year, 13,688,210. 


1958 
Rish Low 


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3? 0 6Abbett AL opt 64 
ye 7 Ast Veo* 
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35% 75% Acme Stl 160s 
25%) 21% Adome Er .30e 
% 3 Atoms Willis 2 
T7i% Ti Addressee 2 
W's ’ 


List Noure New Peak 


NEW YORK, Nov. 26 (*®—The stock 


00s ‘High Low ) bast Cns.| ee kept its recovery rolling this 
9) 49% it Gaim, week despite the Thanksgiving holi- 
21 


1% 10%— % day, and it stood ready to launch the 


traditional yearend raily with a little 
encouragement. 

A rally as the year closes is a 
cherished expectation of stock brokers. 
They have history on their side. The 
market in many casés advances in 
December. This week was the fourth 
| eee advance for the marKet. 

The Associated Press average of 
60 stocks this week gained $2.30 and 
closed at $181.30. That is only 20 
cents away from the historic high 
mark reached Sept. 23 on the eve of 
the break brought on by news of the 
President's heart attack. A nudge 
would bring a new high. 

During the past week, there were 
two dominant developments pro- 
posals for stock splits and higher 
dividend declarations. 

Some stocks took off for striking 
gains in anticipation of the good news, 
and then they declined rather sharply 
when the official announcement was 
made and speculators sold to take 
their profits. 


and lost 9% points on the day. For 
the week the stock was off 9% at 
22814. 


Union Pacific was the other side 
of the eoin. ‘Directors declared an 
extra dividend of $3 as against $2 a 
year ago and also pro 
one split. The stoc 
and closed up 8 points. 


raced 
On the week 


it advanced 16% at 202%. Santa Fe | 


Railroad, a candidate for a split, at- 


tracted heavy buying that put it up | 


18 points on the week at 160. 


That was more or less the case all | 
week. The good things were capital- | 
ized on immediately while any re- | 
ction to adverse news was quickly | 
absorbed without disturbing the mar- | 


ket as a whole. 


Even more significant from the 


sed a five-for- | 
ahead | #% 


standpoint of the chartists was the i.” 


manner in which the railroads rallied 
so strongly. The rajlroad component 
of the Associated Press average on 
Friday pushed through to a new high 
mark since 1929 with a gain of $4.10 at 


$142.40. The rails were slow to ad- | 


vance in comparison with the indus- 


trials, but they forged ahead with a | %* 


rush when they got started. 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


C10 


Sunday, November 27, 1955 


Sen. Douglas (D-Ill) 


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Defeat of Natural Gas" 
“Measure Held Possible 


Associated Press 


said| House and will be sponsored in 
; ‘yesterday that support from a|the Senate when it reconvenes | 
et “ group of gas utilities gives op-/by Sen, William Fulbright (D-| 
123 ‘a very good chance”) Ark.). 
ret “'to defeat in the Senate a bill 

17%4— % to exempt natural gas produc-\are looking for whipping boys'| 
(on which to blame their high | 
Douglas, who heads the Sen- ‘prices are now out in the open 
1a *%' ate-House Economic Commit-| opposing 
ima+ % tee, announced he intends to| cers of natural gas in their 
‘fight against approval of such) fight for freedom from Federal 


“A group of big utilities who! 


independent 


‘a bill despite its inclusion in| price fixing,” Robertson said. 


majority leader. 


“In my judgment,” he said 
“the reinforce-; 
ments we are getting from the| 
gas utilities companies give us’! 
a very good chance of defeat-' 
e+ vw ing -this measure.’ 
Seed te nounced in New York Thurs-) 
“| day the formation of a Council’ 
le save+ %| of Local Gas Companies — 
“+1 at defeating the House-passed 

% S2%+ They | 


in an interview, 
utilities 


A group of 


Harris-Fulbright _ bill. 


4+ % the 13-point legislative program | _ 
alt ‘outlined by Sen Lyndon B.| = 
Johnson of Texas, the Senate) 


an-) 


produ- 


said the measure would in-| 
crease gas prices to consumers 
by $800 million. annually. | 

Douglas said that while John-| 
son called for action on a bill) 
“which will preserve free en-; 
terprise, and of course, provide} 
legitimate protection to con- 
sumers,” he doubts the House 
measure can be amended to 
forestall increased costs to the 

We 1%4 ultimate consumers. 

%| Johnson has indicated he 
at 9 may bring the bill before the 
ae “| Senate early in next year’s 
119%+3% session. Douglas said if that 
2"? | happens there is likely to be| 
% —24 extensive debate, delaying ac-| 

tion on other portions of the 

y,| Democratic program. 

2%+%| Douglas said that in general 
we % “ihe thinks Johnson's proposed | 

3 y, legislative program “is one to! 
4%. "| which I hope most Democrats 
‘tet y,/2nd liberal Americans will sub-| 
27%4.....,8eribe,” but he suggested some) 
e+ | modifications. 

% The Illinois Senator said he 
w+ %\thinks “some form of anti-! 
+3 ‘lynching bill” ought to be add-| 

set%e sea—1 (Cd to the program. He said a 
* & —3% proposed Constitutional amend- 

__..|ment outlawing the poll tax 

~ tought to be accompanied by 

; ‘pledges of a number of South- 

Year 2 Years C™M leaders to work for its rati- 
age fication by the state once Con- 
pe. igress has passed it.” 

m | Johnson suggested tax reduc-| 
~~ jWons, probably through an in- 
crease in the persona! income’ 
tax exemption. Douglas said| 
|he would go along on a “read-| 
|justment” of taxes to lessen the| 
burden on low-income individ-' 
uals. But he said the total | 
‘amount of tax collections| 
should be maintained at pres-| 
ent levels by eliminating ‘ ‘loop-| . 
holes” in the law. 


It is true that several of the big | 
gainers, including Union Pacific and 
Santa Fe, are in the rail component 
of the average, but the new high was 
attained and that’s the way it’s writ- 
ten in the record books. 


Du Pont was an excellent case in 
point. Speculators looked for a split. 
Directors declared a yearend dividend 
of $3 as against $2.50 a year ago. 
Nothing was said about a split. The 
stock was engulfed in a rush of selling 


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Producers Group 
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aThet he A move by 35 Eastern gas utili- 
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t! te from the head of Texas’ largest 
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,,| The utilities announced they 


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pot iia thee. ‘ ‘. as rs Ee ee a Wit We! Ws ven ti Cott 868 We 1% — state bank pan wares om Binney sot MOODY!S YEAR-END REVIEWS: 
the proposed bank will have 
Ch ( $200,000 capital stock with a $10 Hi t 
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Mutual Fund Prices é soa of $8 per are 


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= wew YORK. Nev. 2 (AP)—(Metl, Aces Ackeg ‘over this week, i@ many Cates closing | 
The fellewing prices were sbteined trom ty AA = i 19 Securities Dealers, tec.) iovestmest Co Am 10.69 a *Siditien’ te sotethoate = amet tub 


Washington members of the Nations! Ascetic | et ee 18 Asked tevest Tr Soest | : os B23, slow commercial demand ond the ever | Adv ertising Winner 


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sata rust Ce iver od : Se> Ser-Gre i ling of its business, economic How to ready yourself for the buying opportunities. 


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and social importance. Where will the trouble spots show up first? 
71.38 Price, te 
Medical Building Corp 108 - mt 15.87 Puteom 112 : , 
out 30 stocks offering maximum protection. 
ts of America WT & SA 17.45 Searebidrs Tr 
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‘First Besten Corp Leoeed Group presences reseeseeenessseg DS Mey ye | 
ee ~ pomoon enh sam ‘al eee YE y fhe cana FHMt| Parker and Redpath, will speak What stocks offer best long-term growth prospects? 
2.38% Monday in ‘the Willard 


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0 <a as te To Be Picked Thursday 1956 should be a “year of opportunity” for the selective 
21.54] Wheat closed the week 1% te 3% lower: investor. Consider these 3 factors: 
corn, Te te 1% lower; cats, 1% te 2%| The nine-man Jury of adver- 
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17.08 | ever Te, eh a | — ra tising and marketing executives (1) With the boom already in a top area, y * 
oe? ‘bundrrd pounds Tower, | who will decide the Annual Ad- reasonably expect some market irregularities in t 
Wigh  tew Close | Clone | vertising Award for 1955 meets months immediately ahead. (2) The pressures of the, 
"7.25 Ne. 8 in Detroit, Thursday, to select Presidential campaigns are likely to create wide swings 
20% the winner. in investor sentiment. (3) Yet the long-term investment 
rie The award, sponsored on be- prospects remain good. 
Liam | Balt of the aGvertising business What can you do to take advantage of the “opportunity 
1o/ by Printers’ Ink, goes to the areas” that 1956 will offer? Here are some of the specific 
atvsteat wae, in Me jury uides offered you in the special December issues of 
me segs View Penner Bae n.s safle | Moody’ s Stock aan which you are invited to accept: 


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OF-TOWN TTeCKs , 4.2) Scudder St & Ch or sa 1.19% 
Marietta Ce 46%. 1.88 Selected Am SA 116% Set for Optometrists | Can you accept some risk? Want some glamour? 
| Gas 14.78 State Street tay 113% Earl Erickson and Thomas P. | What are the 15 most attractive stocks today? 
{=< Bp peelineeieee t--4 Se a rene 199 i . firm of Auchincl 
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Heiatz s, dunes ae par seannne ne ‘tometrie Association at 8 Select from 28 capital gain issues. 
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ele 4 | ingore fevestors oo... .ccc cee 178 MOO) Whitehall Fa nt . soasee TO 128 \funds and Trevvett on the sub- Which stock groups look the best for 19567 
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: Nov. 26 U (USDA)—HOGS| BALTIMORE. Nov. 26 (®—CATTLE—| " ‘bey 

Tenn Gas Transmissios | : aakiae detonaa rae total. 2000: com.'Compared last week: Slaughter steers Can today’s high Putas. 9 a dividends be kept up? 

| Venas Eastere Traasmissiee = | ares Cems Seek ee om on" higher heifers ‘pensral os tully steady. to Hew te choose end v= ’ 

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Girls’ Warm 5.95-12.95 


Quilt-Lined Pre-Teens’ 2,98.3.98 DRESSES 
STORM Nylon Cardigans 2 99 £ 


Misses’ & Women’s 


Cotton Flannel 
COATS & Wool Slipons 


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veivet, cordu- 


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are cozy cotton flannel [32 2° cs oe dkeen 
in a variety of pretty pas- é = and taffeta 
tel shades, with dainty Pi ae * ane ovnet 
contrasting neckline trim. 7 es etsy sa oye 
Full cut, with Jong sleeves. F and two-piece 
Every one is perfect qual: § styles 

ity! Regular and extra-large 

sizes. 


MORTON'S Downtown Savth ee is 
Northeast & Stiver Spring 


neckline 
ll are per. 
fect 


Dowrtorrn, 
Sout heast, Northeast @ 
Silver Spring 


$3.99-$5.99 
DRESSES 


. 


. Samples and few-of- 
Map locates area or resur > -eanaet Weekes one 


facing and curb-repair work jumpers in adorable 
which will be started Tues- IF oN oot aon A. 
day on Rock Creck and _Po- M4 > he ; ) s =e iia 


Su perb 


$25 to $35 
quae 


Cashwer 


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other fine 
cotton and 


Cirls’ 


tomac pkwy. Work on Ohio ma te # 
nderful ° 
drive will begin the second séettal @0m 
Originals. tnd 
Cashway / famous ja- 
Priced : bels! See the most 
x ee stunning styles — 
\f ork Starts Southeast, Northeast a un believe Sense. sania 
Silver Spring a 0 Cc ng ¥, — aan embroidered wools, rayon vrel- 
, ef Peter Pan | pure silks, 
‘ 7 —_, $19.90 and we aaee 1 Aue < “Vederos” 
uesday In we se cepa 
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. <0 © 18 in the group: 
. r s owntown 
Roek Creek Coat-Sets bo Yaak worthrast « 
; Sileer oP 
Workmen will start on a re 117° 
surfacing-curb repair project on : 
Rock Creek and Potomac pkwy. i as - ine ‘al 
Capital Parks has announced. 3  -. suete eth ae 
At least two lanes of both wool mnterlined, too! . 
roadways will be open to traf spore dy og Pric 
fic at all times during the two- and velvet trim: 
month repair job, officials said matching lned 
, MORTON ' t.< 
loops from the parkway to All 4 Stores 
Whitehurst freeway and K st 
: * 7 a ‘* + 
will be closed. Boy § &: Girls $10 
The project covers the area 
of the parkway between Con- Se Pe. All-Woo! 
way between K and M sts Snowsvuits 
Workmen will begin at the Con- 
stitution ave. end and move 
northward. 
Work on Ohio dr. is not set 
to begin before 
and curb repair will cover the 
section of the drive from Con- 
stitution ave. south past the 
Watergate to a short distance 
beyond the Erickson Memorial 
at 23d st. 
said, will be required to keep 
two lanes of roadway open at 
all times. : 
In addition, during morning Nort theast & Silver 
and evening peak traffic pe- ; 
riods, three lanes will be avail- ? 
b} a i . ‘ 
Boys’ & Girls’ $2.69 


k i D ples, actual design- 
week in December. 
Southe ‘ NW he > seh : ‘ 
utheas ortheast & They re long-sleeve in superb pure 
dresses. Just ve to 
and Ohio dr. Tuesday, National » precious Cash- 
with 90. 
no ’ : 
But, beginning about Dec. 6, snow slacks ¢ to Gx. 
stitution ave. and a point mid. 
se second 
week of December. shcidieeten 
The contractor, NCP officials 
able on Rock Creek pkwy 


80-$2.95-$3.95 Skirts 


Cotton Flannel Baby-Doll “ar 


north of Virginia ave. An ad . 
Warm, cozy cotton flannel] in 


ditional rush-hour lane also will 


be open on Ohio dr. through 
the Watergate area and along 
loops to the Lincoln Memorial 
Circle and the Arlington Me- 
morial Bridge. 

Park officials suggested this 
alternate route to the White- 
hurst fréeway for motorists 
26th st. to K and then or the 
freeway. 

The contractor, A. H. Smith, 
of Branchville, Md., is expected 
to complete the paving project 
within 60 days unless delayed 
by weather. 


GI Insurance 


Deadline Set 


ForKoreaWar 


Monday is the deadline for 
many Korean war veterans to 
apply for two GI 
coverages. 

For one it’s the insurance re- 
instatement application dead- 
line for Korean war veterans 
who were discharged on or be- 
fore July 29, 1955 and whose 
World War I or II term policies 
expired after April 25, 1951. 
Expiration must have occurred 
either during active service or 
within 120 days after discharge. 

Veterans who wish to re- 
place their expired term poli- 
cies must file application, meet 
good health requirements, and 
pay the required premium for 
their attained age in order to 
qualify, according to the Vet- 
erans Administration. The 
deadline falls 120 days from 


insurance 


date of discharge for those who! 
were separated after July 29, 


1955 


Cotten Flannel Lined : 
Dungaree & 


Boys’ $1 95- $2. 99 Dress, Sport 


Shirts 


ity! Styled with ruffles and 
braid trim, 


gay floral prints. Perfect qual. $] 


Shirt Sets 


| Bete 


Banforized denim 


4.95-5.95 
Surcoats 
& Jackets 


3° 


Ray é f- 
nylon gabar- 


Boys’ 


i nlerifning 
Burcoats 
have large 
sim ulated 
fur collar! 
Bites & ‘to 
16 ™m group 
MORTON'S 
— Down- 
town 
Southeaet, 
Northeast 
& Silver 
Spring 


Boys’ $3.95 Kamous Thickset 


Corduroy Slacks 


sieeve styles. Sizes 6 to 
group. French or barrel 
Sizes 46 to 20 SE clte 


Boys’ $1.95 Collar Polos 


From a famous maker! Combed 
cotton knita in 2-tone one. 


Irreg. Sturdy Ganforized cottons 
and washable rayons, all iong- ] 


cuffs. 


tions. Leng sleeves and collar. 
to 16. 


27¢ Nylon-Reinforced Sox 
Cellophane - wrapped 
packages of 7 pairs. 


Stripes. Irreg. 7 to 104. 


25c Children’s Story Books 


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69<¢ Warm Winter Underwear 


Midway shorts, elastic 7 +] 
waist: crew neck, cap- for 
sieeve shirts, §, M and L. 

39c Perfect Underwear Briefs 
all-around elastic waist. 4... +] 
Sires 4 to 14. 

Boys’ 49c Sturdy T-Shirts 

crew neck and short Si ] 
sleeves. 4 to 16 


Nylon “Helanca” Stretch Sox 


If perfect would be 49e. $ 

Solid color ribs and Ar- for 

gyie types. 

$2.49 Double-Seat & Knee $9 

Sanfortred &-or. denim 

with zipper, 4 pockets. for? 

& to 16, 

Boys’ Genuine ‘Leather Belts 

Genuine cowhide — 5 
for 


er with shiny 
MORTON'S— an ¢ 4 Stores 


The nationally famous 
atory books all children 
love! Large selection. 


Panel front and wide 


Sturdy cotton knite with 


buckle. 22 to #4. 


‘Perfect quality, 


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Tot’s & Girls’ Sample Dresses 
Samples and irregs. Cottons 
and nylons in adorable school 
and dressy styles! Not every 
style in every size. Mainly 
sizes 1 and 4 


$2.49-$3.49 Knit Ski Pajamas 
Famous “Utica Body- 


guard” brushed cot- $ 
ton knits! 2-pe. style. for 
4to l4, 


Girls’ $1.98 to $5.98 Skirts 
Fiesta Chromspun acetate taf- 
fetas; Dan River and other 
cotton circle skirts: even some $ 
washable wool plaids! 1 to 3, 

3 to 6x and 7 to 14 in group. 


59c Interlock Cotton Panties 
Perfect quality! White . 
& pastels. All-around for 
elastic waist. 4 to 14. 
Flannel-Lined Boxer Longies 
well - made 
poplin boxer slacks, fully lined ] 
with warm cotton flannel! Fall 
colors. Sizes 3 to &. 
One & Two-Piece Knit Sleepers 
Fleecy cotton knit sleepers in 
pastel shades. 2-piece style, ] 


sizes 1 go 6, Il-piece style, 
sizes 2 to &. 

Pre-Teen $19.95 Wool Car-Coat 
Virgin wool with alpaca 

lining and big fur collar! $ 
Red, blue or grey. Pre- 

teen 10 to 14, 

$1.79 Corduroy Crawlers 
Sturdy, washable corduroys in 
pastel shades. Bib top, adjust- 5 
able suspenders, snap crotch. 


$1 99 Plastic Diaper Bags 
Washable. Has shoulder strap, $ 
zip top, bottle holders, com- 
partments. Pastels. 


Infants’ Towel-Washcloth Set 


Wonderful 


*19.95 Wool 
COATS 


Misses’ 


& ‘ é 
10 & 


Flattering one-of-a-kind 
styles—flared and yoke-back 
treatments! Wonderful wool 


tweeds, checks and solid 
colors; every coat is richly 
lined and warmly  inter- 
lined! Sizes 8 to 18. 


Misses! Half-Sizes! 


$22.95 Lined 
4-Pc. Suits 


10 


Wear: them in 12 different. 
smart ensembles’ Richly 
lined jacket, plus reversible 
weskit, plus 2 skirts! Fine 
rayon flannels and. stripes. 
Sizes 8 to 20 and 16% to 
20's. 


Dyed Mouton- 
Processed Lamb 


FUR JACKETS 


Rayon gabardines, suit $ 
ings and fancies. Slim or fer 
flared. Misses’ sizes. 


Misses’ & Women's Blouses 


51.98 te 2 oe values! Darrons 5 

: mh many setyvies 
whi , Pastels and ] 
Misses’ $1 Tee-Top Shirts 
Perfects and irregs 
Mock-turtle neck style ? 3] 
S, M, L. fee 
Misses’ & Women’s Jumpers 
$3.95 walues! Rich rayon 
faille with contrast iD tor 9] 
ing. Full-cut, 


12 Evening Gowns 


Were S17.95 to $25! Bealerinas 
and full-jength Shopworn 
16-16, 


Downtown Oniy. 


Perfect Wool Head Scarves 
100% wool, in colorful 

plaids, with fringe. Per- D ser $] 
fect quality! 

Full-Fashioned nyse Hose 
Better seconds. 


and business - at "ing prs. $] 
newest shades! 8'; to 11 


Larger Women’s Girdles 


Irreg. Two-way-stretch 
girdies in white or pink. i ] 
ix, 2x, 3x and 4x, 

Misses’ and Women’s Slips 
Multifilament rayon crepes and 
other fine fabrics ; . ven some ‘ 
mytens: Sizes 32 to 46 in the 
group. 


Rayon Jersey Nightgowns 

Lovely styles, in pastels, 

Perfects and irregulars. 2 0 $] 
S$, M, L. F 
Misses’ & Women’s Brassieres 
Famous make white cot- 

tons, perfect ay 32 2S] 
to 42; A, B, or C 


Perfect All-Nylon Petticoats 


Perfect quality petticoats of 100% 
hyion in white pink and some 
—— pone lavishly trimmed. 

8, > 


Monday also is the deadline | 
for Korean veterans with, 
anent plans of World War'| 
or II GI insurance, who were | 
Ay a status of missing, missing | 
in action, interned, captured, | 
beleaguered, or besieged at. 
oe time between April 25,) 
1 and April 26, 1952. ) 
They may apply to the VA. 
for retroactive waive of the 
pure insurance risk portion of 
their premiums through next 
Monday, or within 120 days 
from date of their return to 
military jurisdiction, which-|] 
ever is later. 


Extra-Large Size Panties 
Perfect quelity! Run-re- 
sistant rayon jerseys, some 
mesh, Ix, 2x and 4x. 


4.5] 
Misses’ Rayon Panties 


Watersotled, otherwise 5 

perfect — wontd he Me 10 for ] 

te S5e earh! &, M, L. 

Cotton Knit Snuggies 

Wonderful for chilly. 

days! Pink and ‘some 3 tor] 

other pastels. 8, M, L. 
MORTON'S.-All 4 Stores 


matching washcloths! White 
and pastels. 


Beacon Receiving Blankets 
Min toe cnnliven g Rich, deep-piled fur 
Béx3i” ‘size! Pastels. 3 | MR 
dresses, f 
Reversible Quilted Crib-Pads ie: 
Washable. Water- 
to quilted cotton. 4...5] 
White arid pastels. 


proof plastic reverses 
MORTON'S—AUl 4 Stores 


Soft cotton knit towel and two ] 


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Hoekmeyer, \\U ; te 
Crompton and X — s 59c Dress & Sports: "s 
- ic-top-cottons 
other thickset cor : : ; aren ‘reinforced heel any a 
dureys in hand- | tas. Yeates 
: : 8s 
some splash-pat- Men’s Undershirts & Briefs 
terns and solid rs 49¢ V jebaas’ Undersaires 
ar et Bs. 4 
colors! Zipper ts 3 ‘6. “‘Briets have elastic for $ 
closure and cuffs. | 9 doyble crotch. &, 
Many with belt! Men's $1 New Fall Neckties 
Some with double Rayon satin foularde, $ 
knee! Sizes 8 to reppe and jacquards. ks | 
16 in group. Woo! -lined. 
MORTON'S—All 4 Stores 


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AD. 4- 23m | 


MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE | MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE | MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE | 
A A A aT TRE nN 


) 
morn. 9 AM to 1 PM. 


ainted | 
for $25. 


40 we COAT OF ARMS—Hand- 
we research | 


ol] and framed, sige 9x1 
4 authenticit cue: ranteed: 
12 included. 2-7635 


62 @A COMPANION NURSES in demand 
up | 
you : 


gene to mater women 
ay. Train im 


a. tuition. ST. 3-367 


Legal Notices a}: need 


Last 

Lots 

Machinery ond Tools 
Miscelloneous 

Moter Trevel 
Meving ond Storoge 
Official Notices 
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order. wide sict fab. EM. 3-1898 


4g EMPLOYED WOMEN. married or 
60 single. our new and confidentiai 
it eervice can provide needed 

at low lege 

jones personaliy al 


Ree! Ectate Learns 
Rea! Estate for Sale 
Rooms for Rent 
Situations Nonted 
6 
Stores for Rent a Georgia ave. Silver Spring 
4) ENGI — SPANISH — Span 
JX transiation at reasonabdie 
0.5 JE > 5532 
750.738 HOME TU TORING—Algebra_ geom.- 
. try. Latin. Prench. German. Eng 
fish history. ementery jr. high 
subjects. UN 19 
HOSTESS crous 
write Box 969. | 
I ADDRESS envelopes in My spare 
an iene hand or typewritten 
Cail RA. 6-6595 for fast. accurate 


Ene 
rates 


Properties 
' Call RE, 7-1234 
service a) low cost. 
la AND PROPOSALS. 6 1AM cal ¢ Paychian na Membe 


touch with me. + 
| tien 
the Btate | 
are. : 


| WHL NOT ‘for 
dents imeurred by anyone 
ase| }han myselt Ernest P 
fe See | 


be ‘responsible | 
her 
ars. 


ene 


Woterfront 


forming. Toe enter! 
TH 


Pos 


a ti] noon. TU 


Professional and manage- 


be 

line 

ruary 6 

forms and spec 

opes may_be obt 
oads Camm tssion 


invited te attend 


a 
urdays at 11°60 


Your job fnding 
switching. salary 
promotion and 
lated euestions will be an- 
were without fee or ob- 
ligation. R sae of limited 
space servations are ¢s6- 
sen’ al. 


Life 


urel, Maryland 
THE SAUDI ARABIAN Yanbu | 
announees et aw date originally | 
Plas wu evern. | 
aah medina 
J ae en! 
extended to i2th Debruary. 1956 
BUSINESS SERVICE h 
A DEPENDA GENERAL 
TRACTOR. a aditionn all = 
ing & repairs. helpful credit. 
9. EDGAR K ahs 1298. 
ANERS Build Success Into Your 
clogged sewers. simks dr best 
ulpment: economical stticient | 


2 “hous perrice 
» 


Call ME. &8-2747 
te make your reser 
see * seminars are oO 


COMMUNITY SERVICE ; 


Ine. 


tien 
2 ered 
concrete 
Genera) 
after 6.) 


Lerations 


Executive Job "Gounselors 
1026 i7th Street H.W. 


drive wayr and re. 
Pree gotigna ses WA. 7-08620 


Tu 
CAMERA E Fim Tini ished 
Brenner's. 9333 Pa ave. RE. 7-2434 
CARPENTRY Y and general remodel- | 
lat nia as Becpancs: for free 
~ imate call TU. 23-2853. Ask for 


K 
pairs 
Mr J} 


PERMANENT. y 
ger wave Tic 


writer, Call IRMA. JO 
ING, envelopes manuscripts. 


oe 
4 Mitsva. Candid pi e-| 
m u 


—hookcases, eabi nets. | 
: Lee smail 
4- ‘a5 Eves., 


faxed, sanded. 
2055 

iG — ist class 

free est. WA, 7-0074, 
INTERIOR, SPE- 
CIAL PRE CHRISTMAS 
RATES, FREE ESTIMATE. 
FHA TERMS, NO MONEY 
DOWN. WE. 5-4773. ALSO 

TE. 6-7672. 

lade al Interior, 

er. J 


25, 
erior and exterior. | 
yo hanging: also w Bs 
5 287 


Be eee 
tn 


were guaranteed, 
3588 
in 
plastering. a wor 


Li. 4- 
papering 
Pati We AD. 4-6816 
ING &-rm. house, $85 compl. | 
a. sings, 


_ work reas, 


PAINTING, 


one 
Night 


ae est Ve. | Guernsey cows, fresh country exes 
g0 f our specialty 
reasonable rates. Your in- 
spection is invited. For further in-' 
ormation call or 
est Vs Hillsbere 
nt 


e. 
wri 
s the time to raise fund 

a wor urch, clubs or ‘organizations 

9-174). oM 2-238 

ou AWARE that 

pie) Pquee. develop ment 

6-582 16 uestions 


Franklin Station 


MOTOR TRAVEL 


we. oniy with 10 unfast, 
mi 


11A 


aoe neg 


oem — = “ork jobs 
Call RA. 


RErhio. “KEFAtns — : 
sai Raye ius 
NE 200R8 7 
our PERU, -e) ILLOWS. &TU- 


ae Sah Methods. 
RILIZE 
511 New Jersey Ave 
~ Lt “an ai 
a1 
— 10 | Soe, 


g Allen 
d | ite. vic Saveunie. Village. 
ex. Monday afternoon. Reward. 


ath 


IDA 
TRANSPORTATION 
RESPONSIBLE 


brand ae 19! i 
phe sas 8 puowance f 


. 
— Full sine. email | 


rd 


leather 


oe ee 


con 
.» 660 inci 


elec.. ood cond. $125. LO. 


Q h loveseat, 
walnut. . Re deal- 
r 


ral | ave. “and Woodley r 
; . er’s desk; 
bie ” goore w with 


a o 
IVING oN LE 


rear 


THANK 


A 
and sy 


v 
betwee a6 ras.. Nov. 


. Rew. TA. 9- atid 


Dp: 
cage, $2 50: . 
+. Si up; told screen, 
s benches, $7.50 up: 


case lass. $1 uD: 


ian 
pe. fAeurines, demi- 
voserds. fr tare i Meny. man 
bargains, Come in & — ty 
eves. a i 
Capi 


nd by 


aw wor bore 
a ais woe 


sua Cards & Photes PLASTIC COATED 2 
INQ ROOM 


ether prices shane ME 8- 0853 


\CAMERAS. hovie 


house 
Thousands uper- 
marget be some rea-| 
con "This is our td _location—We | 
ave nig branch : 
LOWER PRICES | 
ANYWHERE 
*.61 18TH ST. NW | 
Ambassador Theater) 
M Ahurs. and Fri 


AM 1 Me + Bast ms UL. = 


OUR 


} 5 
"TOYS DISCOUNT TOYS 
USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN 
BABY TOWN 


tinia's Larges Low Priced Store 
vi on Ny vd Ar) 

5 26% Parking ea 

rectly Opposite He x. . 


BED—Hlywd.. suite, | 
2-pe. modern 83 
dinette set. $40: dr r $15: cheat. 
$15. ST. 3-8546. 1-9 p.m Call Mon. | 

BEDS. bunk. complete. 340. Del 
Youth bed, $15. PO. 232-3837 

> YCLE—<}irl's 26” Seb Winn light- 

eight. 3 h 
brake 


lal 
te 


Vir 
42 
yA 


L joor medels of | 
lish ae American 


rebuilt bikes 
epa in 


* fa a ee ED 
£60. LU. 40929. 


OPPORTUNITY FOR 15) wert 3-8646 
7) n u 


ee 


Sun. 32 NW 
BUILDING art — 
40909 tion yt. LU. 4-0500 


BURLAP, NEW 


for pavi ne “gontractors construc. | 
tien contr a 2 ana other users 


at reason sable 
wae mee & PAS co 
15 I -8007 
gue Evers as: urday ‘til ‘ 0PM 
CALCULATOR —10- oo ep , weed, 


Marchant tbiec 
multi Exe. cond s335° eM ">. 8796 
trade 


: 
R AG 
aw 


fos 


men and - 
LEN | 


| 


Manuel | 
don | 


' 


a new — | cst ah gee oe —'5 eee 


996, Ben). }j COMP RERSOR—Fo or gale. Ingersall 
see 


x 
ea a 
® 
Da eee DRIVING MIAME take 3; Lincoin — 
romph HEATIN $9785, | waive to Miami, Woy 25. ane 


' 


‘ i eont F 
cpoet, ; 25 7782 rr 
‘movie ea. terms, trade 
. O33 Penne ave. ne 
—Leica. Jt Summitar and 
Elmar jens yeramet enleroes with | 
and ease! 


Jens | 
a > REGIS rei | ae mach 
Nay 9 


fen 


& ' 4 l, 262297 
T Pes boar . a a 
Rick! LUMBER. a 
ie a, : nia) Tools 


sel. alse le 
bot like new ha 


SaRISYMAS TREES 

ioe jist. call ©0. §-6692 
metal 65. Bat agen 
$35 wv. wale 08 


fabulous” 
win 


2-5934. 
TLOTHING—Fine ates st renses 
suits, coats, fur Prac 

6 a . RA. 63158 

GES. new 
. Wil} 


c “i « 
rs 
A tw gine a Ue 
— . er ull 
size ange ‘$50: ‘dved vebnit 


Senet 


ece sil. | 
Dalnted | 
bench. | 


c 


3 
ver plate _Enaliah Band 


china tea 


bw Eves. gauge, 


Ra 315 cu. inch. Can be seen in 
Waahineten Phone 7 AT, Va 


id-1 

ur y, ne cond. 2 porch 
ers Imo lead for 
sale. 19 Stackers Circle. EM 


ae @ secrete: "4 


ieee cloc 


k 
aquic 


love 
assy Cordell. 


a1 tn 


a ‘ new, 4 
s 3 ' 
areas ae 
All 


deliver ed cheerfully 
tven. Call ROCKVILLE CRUSHED | 
ONE Eee 1 


iD “Tt, exeel 


Bish Bi ct PLUS 
rtd. cree sacrifier. PES 
to 
—Deep wine, 3 Gush- 
riect cond. Mayers 
pen; enly $75. WO 


a 


ary type: Westinghouse. 


ions. frieze, 
lifetime by 


m tock. | 
fi 

\ NB | 
~6522 | 


d| Ae ad}, ——— mink | 


pn ae TURES — Re- FURN.—Sect ta. 7+ din set | 

2 tubes instant start. Com-| pe chrome din set TE. 6-0877 pat OFFICE FURNITURE 
Blete “nd > 4222. fa With rubber aaa | ADS br 

ushion, 2 matching chairs. 


FOAM RUBBER—Cui design. brocade and mohair fini 


a 
Gilliland. 2145 F aw Ex 3- weees| carv! ine: excel. cond.; 
an 


PREEZER—New Servel electric up- 5-1077 
ses ; yer ——— URN. —Binette set and corner cab- 


FREEZER OWNERS | arable lanaos "with. ha 


~ SA 
Seacti ful table lamps with han d- sTOC 
orn shades. Crestwood Apts.. 3900 & TO 
a j 
vour freezer wit at RA. 6-3233 
azen tT 


re ger ae 
"COLONIA | chairs, $3 

FOOD ice 
WO. 6-6536 


dishes. drapes. 
FURN. Tables. lamos 
5. 
PUR COAT. brown seal safari. bee 
tiful oy bell soos 


ing. Sacrifice. LO 
Cost AD 6451 


All new. don't reupholster 
see these pieces eg 
$99 
FoR COAT. best a “Kerthara| 
Beck Muskrat. site i6- “085° 


> MAKE t 
2.50—ORI 


UNLIM TTED | 


EQUIP CO. 639 NEW TORK AVE 
Ot FARE araliag Fae 


euaranteed. UN 


oOnGANT — Seer al old-fashioned 
2-8224 


Dariors: exc. con HA 


din. rm. table. 6 
cedar chest, sec 
RE. 6-3158 
roaster 
8826 


Mov- 


| ORGAN—Electronic, T manual. coa- 
-piece seomena! sola, sonata _enxe $1200 JA. 88-3614 
Many othe rs. ver- . 
Mans. camel hair 
i cost $150, 


lined, 


ne and ‘ yo compl 
Little Castle Purniture, jod OVEROOATS — Bheep 
Pairfax t Pails Church. 
2~-7352 


~ FURNITURE 
SALE 


Inventory forces 


hort. 
Va 
AB 


M 2 
v OA fa 
hew $40 iT 5-1113 
COA T— Man's. like new. biack. 
= _Dismoed. ~~ in 
ke RRY d 
_ 194 " “at, - _-E 


abe baby “grand. 
fait condition; priced $250. 
- 2066 


oo up. We lye 
epair. Cash or te 


rt ize oe. | 


K . 
ton, muskrat. 
dresses fp 329344 
PUR COAT. bik. seal. sine 16. excel 
co . sacr. 640. Stroller carriage 
h Hedstrom collapsibie. 


14 and 
pony ‘Cockts officer's. 


J AT—Mouton. 16 to 18; per- 
fect peeeien: $30 or best offer 
AT -+ Beaver. : 


worn twice 
4 


Excessive : 

- 

size 14, ful pedals: 

like 80) as ; _ 

condition. and subject > Mee ns 
prior sale 


Reas. 
PUR COAT—New % biack persian. 


| Brees Colonial lamps. $3.95 
ene 


Spinet—Brand-New 
x FOMOUs MARR WITH POLL 
4 List PRICE $795, $469 


ALPERSTEIN’S 


1020 = ST. NW, 


nt _ rown. meee 


FURS—DISCOUNT 


Savings up to 50% on any- 
thing in the line of fine furs : “. room | PIAN 5 stand 
A visit to our shop is a must | ain ; $1500 ‘or best 5 cond 


if you value your $$$$$$5.) A, 29.95: buflgts, | PLA ) 


Hundreds of slightly used oars a, pire Fs a 


mink garments af a fraction | 
h 
S—Recond ; 


and compere. Open Monday | 

and Thursday Till 9. 
BASKIN FURS 
8TH AND G 


FURNACE—Bryant “Tas, hot a 
-9 ea 


tea 6-10 rms.: 895 


ring mattresses ~ 
box springs to match. $2 4.3! Grand, ristman. 
4-poster maple beds, 2.95; pi 4 5 tt 2 Wen ii: cond. $375. 


headboards, $3.95 
Rue dreds of other items stocked | 
* 6 


3 lar floors. Come in and! 
brew *. shop and compare. Budget | 
term 
Open Pr NITU! RE A ART 
215 King ST ST. . VA. 
9300 
eek URNTTD SITORS—OXPAINTED 
a i a L TODA 
Better era Ri SBogip’e furniture 


at BIG BAY The 
in Was Taston 
eed Bar siools 


ners 


; pure 
qualit ¥ spinet 


away 
NW. RE i7- 
aeegond Sacrifice. $65 only. | ) 


PIANOR. ae Xmas Saie large 
se Spinets. consoles 

wood finishes and 
All full keyboards and 


er. R 3- 
GE of 2 ‘com plete homes 
everythi ne must go 2506 524 ave 


rt Cutter New. + gine Yaimed at! 


os. Teg- 
ius S 95 *%o17 Minna 
parses at $445 


. 
Lon ‘ee O me pmet gopes i 
Music CORP. 


tA NOS_Rent First. Buy Later| 
Famous make pianos. Yours 

$2 ett includes les-} 

desired ' MUSIC 


rt RNITORE- 

bedrm 

sectional sofa. mirrors. O 
‘URN.—Living rm. tables 
lounse chair and ottoman. 
otfer. RA. 6-7i61.. 


rn 


”~S lames 
Best 


‘li rooms) : 
3A 


ome lor 5 me 
tire amount — 
PS.” We have! 


—Adult 
ano in vour 


_— 
; 


mplele 1-bedroom- 
vt Very new 


U) 16-6. th A - q 
= - vs 
and chair $40. . . a’ 
china closet $18; 
sofa bed $849 


See be aa 

— A room bache ‘ 

coil A. -.. oe, _Law wson 
ardrobe & 


7 
table $19; neds . dinetle. crib 
jnnerspring mat- chair. and misc. items 


i hair +4 
idabed $60: 
Many other items 


ty 4 hig 


us 

—— A “-¥ R, 
36 

is oir ver , *- “4 

. eT Pershing Drive. JU 


— sed. s-plece becrm 

1 Hollywood bed. dresser 
roner over- 

ize rams hy mise. co, $.3440 after 


suite 


at. -pe. iy suite; rm., 
dinetie, bade ee 7 wee ‘modern $300 
co ter i?) 
N— Sofa, 5-piece ehroime for- 
mica breakfast set. studio couch 
A. 9-877). 


— ss TF leline HOPPMA 

covers . y 

UPH LSTERERS. 2447 «(18th 
— apt... com- 

° 


plete or 7-plece 


dint 

RN. om 

twin beds 

S-pe. kitchen set 
Westinghouse Mobilaire fan. 


“very read. 


~ 14i6 
» ea 


Hallicrafter. portable brand 


: pte ube. short Weng unused, 
re bare i7Zi Rhode} 


phonogr comb 
. also 45 player 


iv. rm 


P. ar iw “eee and e ew 


N.— Washer We-tingho ry a for opening on ' or shu pee. 
pas. CSS $i ¢: ity fascin Hing 98 
gifts. ‘bo 

ce 


25° vagnem, os: uantit 
Baten furn.; sew mach. $100. JU. — Speciaities we it 


i 


ater: OL, | 


ome suitable for 


URE—Why not furnish ycu 
io oo ut r ors? Smith Storage 


Co Fi 
URNITURE 
Bp ides 


“FREE” 


Dinette 


INCLUDED WITH THE 
PURCHASE OF 


Bedroom 
TE Room Suite 


W'S offers witt the 
ous deal in 


ave hs puch Jt as 


ere in what vou 
‘S tor on 


gua Bales -} 


| aah as electric. Peerls 
$2 mee. 38 conte . day; ren Ae 
a. ty 


sizes: rebdulit: 
: SS ap. 


most [ 


: a bend 
ou . . Carriage, stroller 
¢ le jussace rack. 


hair. 
| i arbed 


TO 
saving 
omp! tego 

rotected; ¥ tb em oe in ae apt. 
siness | runs like ‘new. 2 1. PO. 
UB. Irc.. 3623 13th “. ne nG.--AGmair . 114 
t e ree xe mode 
‘onrite ae} ° ih 3- eent tra = aa 
a: 


oe. 
ra ee, 


= f.; 


We give you « beaut 
3-piece suite oes Maen 


‘aree 


oomy CHEST 0 
BED tN pilose Rode Tite he 


Ls 
duplicating + Se. 

zs erea of 
R 19%, in, Machine ‘s prac- 
new bad reas. pric at 
© information call NA. &- 


ie 3p chronised, w/case, Rolle! h. via 
ly adapt. filters & misc. equip 


DINETTE INCLUDED 
"paths DALIVERY 


ALPERSTEIN’S 
1020, 7TH ST. NW. 


i 
Drive-in Warehouse Sale!!! 
undreds of DESKS. 
ABLES. CH and KARD 


511 New pe Ave NW... Li 7-98 
OFFICE FURNITURE 


USED ‘SPECIALS! 


SAVE UP TO 50% 


Room SIZE OR WALL- TO-waLL 
tels 


ter te rooming houses. mo- 
Factory 


tele and in vidual homes. 


dutlet 


BUSINESS FURNITURE SALES 
473 L OT. BW. | ME. 6-1586 


OM COLO tay, OF] ‘orth 


used and cleaned $10 HARRY 4.) 
~ ike 


<r 


| VARITYPER. with 


rend: new 1956 TSIONG a oritice 
79.95 


oat, new 7. model—REGULAR 
263.50 W 


prices when we 
visions right at 


seneral te ots 
EL 7 erin at 
"Give, AWAY PRICES 
ash © 


wholesale a, 


4. 
JU. 9-7001 
TRI. SrATS APPLIANCE 
OLESALERS 
a Bpring md.) 
Weekcsys. 9-9: Sundays. 10-5 
TIMBER STUMPAGES— Estimates 


RE SAL 


Pull fecaps. gwar. Wear ike new! 
6.70x1 ;.10%15 


sell $20. | 


In- ars and engine. 
; wreck. ‘S15. poet, carriage, $3.) 
Rots razor $7. JA 21893. 
Tk AINS, Lionel. wie | 
| multi-control 


euice tracks and accessories. JU 


fin Lionel G-cuage. 2 loce., best 
transformer. good isy pe New 
+ 


loco 
o ’. Track layout 
with ise waste $150. li $50. | 


wt 


5 


Em 
Bhifean 849 
tu Dupont 


| £0 csebinctin 


tube. vd working cond. $36 | 
Bs Columbia tal 


. table 
ode! Fin 2 apeakers 
capinet. once! cond 6100. vot 


CYUORE TURES. S10 10 t 
¥r. guar 4-9636. Open 
, ie } Zenith. with metal staad. 


nagerwood Per t- 
able 850 or best offer, gh 52734 


recond.: 


. console. 


NMA 


eee. $25; 
)-yr Tits 0 
i518 i7t * 
L-10 p ver 


bination orks <—- 


| 


I 


i = 
in 


DU 5568. 1 tw 6 
TYPEWRITERS =— Corona portable. 
a . 


sacrifice. $55 
Colesville rd. 
VACUUM srl — Electrolux. | 


a 
FACUU with atlach. $25, 5 Upright 
$10 Washer 33 5. TE. 

a 
HARRY 


meses 
Excellent condition 
AMS 12 ST. N 


ery 


Apex wringer “type. | y 
-old 


iceman gseing overseas, i-9r 
$40. JO. 32-1111 
WASHING WACHINE—W ringer aie 


Washer: excel. cond a 
A 


New Norge 
BALE PRICE. 6119 
antomatic dryer — 

All other to ehoose| 

We guarantee any | 
price. Why buy at just @ discount 
price when he sell all new appli- 
ances at wholesale prices. Late- 
mode! used washers at GIVE- 
AWAY ‘PRICES 

CASH or Terms 


JU 3- 
TRI-STATE APPLIANCE 


WHO 
6433 Ga. Ave.. poring Mé 
Weeka 


SALE PRICE. 


Silver 
- u 
wr Finger ‘ape ! 

po. 3 3837.| 
el FOr “condi. | 


oinagte theo Apex. wrine-| 5 


old: cost $130. will 
3-9695 


brand new 
rental may apply 


twerr 3as.| 8 
25. good 


2 a 
. "9-486. 
ndix to... > yrs. <a. 
ged. foo id. nad 


oniv 25¢ a de 
to 

dp 4 

ito 

- 


WORKING MACHINER 
ta bandsaw. 14-in., $130; Del 
n.. 385: 6-in, Atias 


Call 
2 bet. € and 


~“ARL. FURN. MART 
NEW ADDRESS 
3017) N. FAIRFAX DR, 
ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA 
SALE 


GRAND Tey 
PRI THAN ANY 


co 
oe AND 
A. 5-7396 
es nks and pitzrent 
from display group. new, 
ly uced pr ow & te 5: 
to n 


5 
ing machines with 
able otter rejec 


Saas 


Beautiful Balsam Wreaths 
EARLY TRUCK DELIVERY 


HOLT OF ELLSWORTH 
MAINE 


MISCELLANEOUS WANTED 


ANTIOULS— 
ver jewelry 4 
* Cash he 


a 4a 
verware any con 
prac 


~“Fi-ta.| ¢ 


-| Vietor Big.. 909 G pl. nw. ST. 3-367] 


. “3 SHORTHAND & TYPING | 


| Speadwriting Secretaria School 


also ‘need r 


ANTED — Any smount: 
and Sir "Ges Gray, MA. B-2e7). 


piano 


FURN. WANTED —Cosh Po s 
pieces or household. 5- 


PUR) ~ BO GuT— [ C piece ot or 
entire Waa EM. 2-66 


— Used. foo. . ae  seny 
LI Sons : night CO §-3527 
~ GOLD 


Bring your dental gold. platinum, 
w . h 


discarced jeweiry cas 
HN, INC. 


63 YEARS AT 935 F ST. NW. 
HEPPLEWRITE china cabinet © 


| Soeoer cupboard with storage 


a 


shelves tn bottom Good condition . 
LU -3571 


NEWSPAPERS 
85c PER 100 LBS. 


9| MAGAZINES 


90c PER 100 LBS. 
aTEAEM PD BY, 2259 
Open Every Sat. "TU 4:30 P.M. 


Otp F FASHIONE Law ~ frames. 
ina a 


$1.25 PER 100 LBS. 


CAST IRON 
$1.50 PER 100, LBS. 


toe. our pag cb. 218.1 
overt tek. 


free au 


ash 
| DU. 7-3192 for 
ditie 


Se LINES — 
AIR TRAVEL AGENCIES 
NEED 


Men and women. Many tnterest- 
ing li-pal advance- 
ment. ground and flight oppor- 
tunities everywhere, 

coast and overseas 

low cost basic 

need not interfere with present 
employment you w be flown 


hast, DY. 


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ACCOUNTING 
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The Washington Post 
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Architectural Draftsmen 
and ex- 


Qualified Pg en a 
ing draw- 


ond “Selaite for “conte rary 
structures: prance “ve in- 


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ence salary a und when 
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TE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 


Sunday, November 27, 1955 


Assistant 
$70 PER WEEK TO START 


age iors 


a eounte and ae | 
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AIRCRAFT 
ENGINEERS! 


LOCKHEED'S 
Georgia Division 
has immediate open- 
ings for qualified 


Engineers in the fol- 
lowing fields: 


Aircraft 
Instrumentation 


Engineers 
Degree in M.E., E.E. of 
physics. Experience in 
strain gauge installation, 
OC electric circuits, strain 
gauge calibration and oscil- 
lograph OC recording 
techniques desired. Ajso 
_— FM/FM telemeter- 

ng equipment 

" AIRCRAFT 
SERVICE | 

MANUALS — | 


ENGINEERS 


Engineering degree or 
equivalent aircraft expe- 
rience on aircraft manuals, 
bulletins and handbooks 


desired. 
AIRCRAFT TEST 
REQUIREMENTS | 
ENGINEERS 


Engineering degree or 
equivalent experience in 
design and test of aircraft 
hydraulic and fuel systems. 


AIRCRAFT 
DESIGN 
ENGINEERS 


Must be experienced in 
mechanical design of land- 
ing gears, hydraulic con- 
trols and actuator. 


(20% 


| 719 1ITH ST. NW 


ice 


NIGHT AUDITOR 


Man under 46 
ones: Pleasant 


ies Beery 


poe B to Treasurer 
t be 


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experienced in taking 
* and 


rig 
commensurate with ab 
Mr. 
ment. 


{3 rvice sta. Evi 
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& eat i 2 Ay Eg 4 Virsinis 
AUTO ASSISTANT — 
PARTS MANAGER 


Excellent salary: 5-day week pete 
vacation and insurance 
manent position 6 M 
RAN. 

Wilson Pontiac, Inc. 
7925 Georgia Ave.. 1. Serine. Mad 
rst-class. with 


week. Liberty 
2115 M at. nw 


AUTO 
MECHANIC-* 


TRUCK EXPERIENCE 


. ay 
references: 5-day 
Auto Body. Inc.., 


IMMEDIATE VACANCY 
YEAR ROUND EMPLOYMENT 


DISCOUNT ON 
PURCHASES 

9-DAY, 40-HOUR WEEK 

TIME AND A HALF FOR 
OVERTIME 


Woodward & 
Lothrop 
9TH PLOOR MAIN BUILDING 
AUTO MECHANIC—Owen Tools, $65 
RAREES decorator, exper ) 


DR $50 
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ENGINEERS 


Te do program flight test- 
ing on réduction analysis. 
Must be willing to fly. 
For immediate considera- 
tion and confidential ap- 
cere oe with a Lock- 
d Engineering Repre- 
sentative 
CALL District 7- ‘ners 
and ask for Mr. 
Powell, Wednesday, There: 
day and Friday between 
10 AM-1 PM & 7-9 PM: 
Saturday 9 AM-12 Noon 
& 1-3 PM. 


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perienced in oo 
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tween © and 5. 


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ENGINEERS are 


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with hotel condition et 


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plus at 


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A avTe ¢ oO. 1101 
= st.. Alexandria. 
plus bonus. 


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1308 Eye 


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White. 

g00d position. chance 

ment Spoly in perso 


Ollection clerk 

rdware clerk. exp 

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Electron pee ~ 4 aa 


Tech. t ire 


4 Fs os 
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413 Ga see Rockyl. 


SS. ar rr can earn 

- hr. Hite, neat. ——. aver 

. Rm. 204. rh i2th st. .a 
. a 


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$260 + 
0. 


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Washineto ties include 
dling promotiona] activities 
cpeecvigteg t. administrative func- 
office now!- 


tioms . 
oaae > ecounting p eraneaure de- 


BUSINESS M 


Manager for Washington 
ti business ee 
a Ox perience for big 3 compan 
ane retail accoumiing or manase- 4 
ment experienc ets 
salary and ex elient chanee lor 
vancement. Al) 


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$12,000 UP 


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REPRESENTATIVES 
$7436 


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$5200 

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. $37 ’ M 14th at. 
f xperienced. DRAPTSMEN 
to prepare architectural drawings 


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structures 


when available 
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| DRAFTSMAN 


Nems-Clarke, 


919 Jesup-Blair Drive 


MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 


Please give full infor- 


Annapo is, Ma 


Mechanical-Electronic 


Experience Preterred 
Permanent Position 


APPLY 
Inc. 
Silver Spring, Md. 


9 TO 4:30 


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top salary one all bene Apply 
1007 rn te it Silver Spring 
Or call 


CA B “DRIVERS 


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MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 
40-HOUR WEEK 


Interesting 
salaries. 


DRAFTSMEN 
MECHANICAL 


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assignmen'. 
permanent posi 


CORVEY 
ENGINEERING CO. 
2610 JEFF DAVIS HWY. 


LEXANDRIA. V 
Kil. 9-9190. 


excelien' 
4h 


| Government Services, Inc. 
- 


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your license 
tgomery Co 


/ © Wi ep JF 
et We cover all 
. 


CARPET LAYERS 


Por old reliable firm, Must be 
thoroughiy experienced. Guaran- 
teed i2-month. year-around em- 
ployment Ww a Re 
ye 
AR WAS st be fast. a TH 
crest Amoco -Station. 2801 Ala- 
‘ a Ave 

xperience | 
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of 


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ho: 1:30 


billing and inventory. gen 
clerical and Hs tage —~ fl oun. . 
transp. desirable, 
TT 
craduate. 


tween the’ hours 


he Gay. 
CLOSERS 
High caltner qualified closers who 
affiliating with 


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=. Mon. an wes... 

= . Pen Del Parms of Marviand! 
c 


934 _Bonifant S.. Bilve 
: — Young man: full 
time: perm. position 
preferred. NA 468-1474 bet 
and 5. FEDERAL ADJU 


time 


nder 
a act. 
travel 46 States and 
ing furniture 


co 
corninas, with _ 
be yours 


Driv nnel, 
Aero Ma flower, ‘Go. "Indianapolis, 
ve 


|| DRAFTSMEN 


SEE AD UNDER 


~ EDITORIAL WRITERS - 
| 
War? se Hy. hee te 


612 


experience. 


ic 


LECTRON, TECRRICIAN—Bary- 
s. teach lab. 
course electronics. Mies. NE. 400 
© | ABBEY PERSONNEL 13358 S Bye kw 


Mi) tar 
preier 


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Must 


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venient subu 


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4910 Calvert Rd., 
UN 


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t en . ; 
Sis 4 SUBSIDIAR 
: pei ele 


TFRAINEES 
TRAINEES 
DRAFTSMEN 


MELPAR, 
INC. 


ust be able to read ene epee 
ussian fuentiy. rel Boe one 
ous- 


. nier- 


3-9442 
YY. NW 


reneonvy gh shee 


Call WE. 5-5100. 


© and bdulid 


ELECTRONIC 
TECHNICIAN 


a Be = 
’ 


experience. 


her 
drawings. 


atin Excellent oppo 
bene 


employe to 
an locatio 


EXD? INSTRUMENT Co 


Coiese Park. Md 
4-5678 


ening 
ton- 


ELECTRONICS 
ENGINEERS 


The Electronics Depart- 
ment of The Glenn L. 
Martin Co. is one of the 
largest technical organi- 
zations of our Engineer- 
ing Division, Its tremen- 
dous growth is a result 
of our extensive activity 
in the fields of guided 
missiles, aircraft, and 
ground based electronics 
equipment. 


You will have the oppor- 
tunity to follow your de- 
sign through develop- 
ment and manufacture 
here at our electronics in- 
stallation. 


Excellent opportunities 
ranging in salary ‘up to 
$12,000 a year. The fol- 
lowing openings exist: 


SYSTEMS 

INFRA-RED 

CIRCUITS 

SONAR 

RADAR 

ANTENNAS & 
MICROWAVES 

DIGITAL 
EQUIPMENT 

RECEIVERS 

PULSE TECHNIQUES 

PACKAGING 

FIELD SERVICE 

INSTRUMENTATION 


Martin provides the most 
modern, air conditioned, 
and well-equipped elec- 
tronics facility. 


Your reply will be treat- 
ed with the strictest con- 
fidence. Contact: 


PROFESSIONAL 
EMPLOY MENT 


MARTIN 


Baltimore 3, Md. 
Electronics Engineer 
Are You A Practical 


Electronics Engineer 
Interested in Travel? 


GENERAL ELECTRIC 
Military 


eav 
Electronic Eg 
HAS OPENINGS IN 


Field Engineering 


Here is epper- 
tunity for travel in & 

ta ny with aera bonus and 
expen and specialized 
training in a ste table and Taeendin 
field. You'll have challenging wor 
in the imstaliation of eauipment 
and technical support after in- 
staliation up-to-date notice of 
electronic advances and regular 
contact with top eneineers and 
specialists through steffi head- 
rs. 


a division- re 


Aided ws General Bilectric’s edu- 
cational progr s and promotion- 
from -wititin © 

as 


eres 
the ne 
fits = which GE is y well known 


18 POSITION REQUIRES 
™ oF ake heen DEGREE 
ND 
= 8 
Supertones will be accepted 
as part college requirement. 


To arrange for s peroneal eater le® | 
phones reply in confiden 


Mr. L. F. Jeffery 


BLDG. NO. 36 


GENERAL 


Foreign or Domestic | 


X 


ENGINEERS 
Graduate 
E.E.’s—M.E.’s 


ON 
THE 
SPOT 
OFFERS 


Our Representatives 
will be in Washing- 
on. iee.--3, 6, 7. 
and 8 for interviews. 


THEY WILL BE 
PREPARED TO 
MAKE OFFERS 
AT CONCLU.- 
SION OF sIN- 
TERWIEWS TO 
THOSE WITH 
REQUISITE 
TRAINING 
AND EXPERI. 
ENCE .WHO 
HAVE MAILED 
IN COMPLETE 
RESUMES BY 
» NOVEMBER 28. 


uf resumes oqnoniages prior 


our 


rip 
lant prior te hs. A. 
of o red 


er Wf desi 


ALL OFFERS INCLUDE 
* MOVING ALLOWANCES 


Position Available in 
RADAR SYSTEMS 


CONTROL SYSTEMS 


DATA PROCESSING AND 
DISPLAY SYSTEMS 


COMMUNICATION 
AND INFORMATION 
THEORY Involving: 
Systems analysis-Data 
recording and analysis 
compatibility and re- 
liability studies 
and ELECTRICAL and 
MECHANICAL DESIGN and 
DEVELOPING of 


Receivers. Transmit- 


mechanisms. An- 
siog and Digita! com- 
rs. 


Magnetic 


ve ectric 


mi-conductor, Pulse. 


You owe it to your- 
self to talk with a 
leader of OPPORTU- 
NITY AND STABIL- 
ITY. Over 35 years 
of unbroken growth 
in military electron- 
ics. 


You owe it to your- 
self to investigate 
positions offering 


SECURITY. & OUTSTANDING 
BENEFITS 


One of the most edvanced 
life and medical insurance 


. Employe Dis- 
counts on Company 
ucts. and Financial Assist- 
ance for Graduate Study. 


PLEASE SEND RESUME TO: 
BOX M-296, POST- 


Engineers 


|SEE OUR LARGE | 


AD IN ‘TODAY'S | 
SPORTS SECTION 


HELP, MEN a 


wr> 


Ce 


AEROJET 


IN 


SACRAMENTO, 
CALIFORNIA 


otters outstanding o ctantty for 
with f oresight tt tlative 6 
ogress in the field “a Rocket 
=e Positions new open 
or: 


ENGINEERS 
ty ork in yin the fohowing felas: +. : 


Mydrauiics. Compre 

compressible fluid ia 

tomiza and 

fer combustion chamber design. 
Thermo dynamics, strength of = 


pressur 
vibration  p ghanomens eas turbines 


COMPUTER 
SPECIALISTS 
Digital and Analog 
Coders 


Analysts 
Programmers 


CHEMICAL ENGINEERS 
(OR PHYSICISTS 


Experienced in, Thermo Dynamics. 
combustion an# applied chemistry 
or research in auld Rocket 
Combustion <hambers. 


METALLURGISTS - 


pee Pailure Investigation Testing 
T 
uat 


* Stee per } 
and Lightweight metals 1 preferred 


ELECTRICAL 
AND ELECTRONIC 
ENGINEERS 


for Control System design. reli 
ability testing. magnetic cireuit 
tiement design and application. 


TECHNICAL REPORT 


MISSILE GUIDANCE AND) WRITERS 


| BS. degree 
| experience 


in Eneginerring plus 
in Technical Report 
Writing. 


| DESIGN GROUP 


LEADERS 


oe ME. or BAA 
in Atreraft 
Missile wort. 


PROPULSION 
ANALYSTS 


R r ME. degree in Mechanica! 
or Aeronautical - imeering with 
experience in Dynamics 
Systems Analysis. ‘Thermo Draam- 
ics and Aero Dynamics 


STRESS ENGINEERS 


Of MS. th Mechanical or Aere- 
nautical Engineering. Experienced 
in Aircraft Propulsion. 


DESIGN PLANNERS 


Experience in Coordinating Pro- 
pulsion Aircraft Systems Desien 
Program or in Eugineering Man- 
agement. 


FABRICATION 
PLANNERS 


Experience in Coordinating Pro- 
pulsion or Aircraft Syesamns. Pabri- 
cation and Procurement 


Ee lus 6 gre 
Propulsion or 


Company paid vacations. sick leave 
holidays. Company sponsor edu- 
eationa] plan. Life Insurance, Hos- 
pitelization and Retirement plan 
Restful, residential egreas with ex- 
cellent educational facilities is- 
cated ithin 5 minutes from 
Pieant Site. Mederate climate aver- 
acing 270 sunny days as 60 part- 
ly clear days per vee 


WASHINGTON 
INTERVIEWS 


Today Thru Nov. 27 
All Day & Evening 


Call Our Engineering 
Representative Mr. J. S. 
Tillman 


EXecutive 3-5036 


Firm Commitments May 
Be Made at This Time 


If unable te a Spl cnet resume to 


PROMOTION BY 
MERIT 
NOT SENIORITY 


~..@ne of the FACTS 
that ENGINEERS LIKE 
about this company 


OPPOR 


frequently at “this 
up-state 
or researe® and developmen: 
field of gg missiles is 
oT interest here 


inventive. 
. , om 
or 


: 
ural. 
in 


IHEAS 

becau 
,-*, or ~ ay A will be 
embered, rewarded 


ANOTHER THING that’s liked ts 
the atmosphere: it's professional, 
congen a Se 5 feceptive to origina! 
ideas because en aren’ 
looking “over tacts shoulders. won- 
derin ~. are going to 


re engineers needed r 


OPENINGS FOR 
EXPERIENCED MEN IN: 


seteate Gpeteme 
ontro tems 
Eiectro-mechanica! 
elopment 
Stress Analysts 


Aero-therm 
Structural Analysis 


Piight Test Plannin 
nstrumentation he. ereing 
strumentation Sy 
Ordnance. Arming 

£ 


Date Proce Desi 
ta Process 
elemetry 


ing 


YOU ARE INVI 34 mt PEED 
«A a TO 
~ 358. Po. a's 


—~_ - ———- 


ENGINEERS 


ELECTRICAL 
& ELECTRONIC 


TEST and EVALUATE 
bedenhen Rader Pauipment 
embodying radical new concepts 


EDURE 
Ic Est | 


to estab) 
and gt 
EQUIPM 


i 
c Ag! AUTOMA 
NT needed 


GENUINE 
OPPORTUNITIES 
TO GET AHEAD 
PROFESSIONALLY 


Are vou the engineers with the 
ambition. insight end anaiytica: 
ability to undertake this important 
Gemanding assignment? 


If you are. there's a richly reward 


future, for — —~y, is expanding 
231 engineers no more 
Christmas. A "total of Ro by 1986 | 


STARTING SALARIES are commen- 
surate with your experience and 


rformence 


HAD OR MORE YRARS x 
PRIV ore panuet ny. mt Wi 
TARY WORK? 
wre THESE UNUGUAL OPEN. 
Piease repiy to 
at) Ae « 


dinette os} - TH 


Engineers 


and 


Draftsmen 


and contractors 
of 


Challenging 
automation offers excellent 


fieid 


Project Engineer 
Por advanced chemical and allied 
processed contro] appl cation. In- 


and project organization Must be 
experienced in electronic. pneu 
matics and hydraulics. Capable 
working with and using talents of 


specialized siafl engineers 


Sales Engineer 
Por sdvanced chemical 
process control applicatio 
servo theory background 
technical sales correspondent 


Dynamacist 


Yo man with strong mat 
background Must be interested in 
techn) 


ques yen as - lace <- 
form Rout h Criteria, Frequency 
Response, ots. 


ENGINEERS | 


a | 1s) 


That’ 4 ~~ 


GRADUATE 
ENGINEERS 


Interested 


ELECTRO- 
MECHANICAL DEVICES 
INSTRUMENTATION 
ELECTRONICS 
HYDRAULICS 
PNEUMATICS 


DEVELOP you Harr OR 
Reis WRI bie SPINS 
A MAJOR COMP co 


FOR AN EXCEPTIONAL en 
wil ity ~ hy " oa nat 
ne . 


neer, 
no ao 
pete 


“ibe 
ties ie Ret eae 


THIS COMPANY is well knoen bn 

its diversified reeseree and ma 

facturing activities Advancemtns 
will be rapid for & talented man. 


CIAL OPPORTUNITIES exist 


trois systems deve) opment. 


OPERINOS EXIST th a mediume 
mid-western city Fousing is 
at and educationa! oppor. 
tunities include company-sponsored 


a eracuate work a( loca) universities. 


: 


' 


ma or | 


Por further information, 
ease write to 
Box M-356. Post-TH 


a 


ENGINEERING 
AIDES 


Knowledge of elec- 
tronic componers, 
ability to read biue- 
prints and schematic 
diagrams ‘desirable, 
Or previous experi- 
ence in stock, ex- 
pediting or planning. 


Position offers op- 
portunities to  aed- 
vance, in expanding 


organization 
APPLY IN PERSON 


8:00 AM. TO 4:00,PM 
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 


MELPAR, INC. 


30060 ARLINGTON BLVD. 
FALLS CHURCH. VA. 


Feentia’ Income keeps pace with ENGINEERS 


AIRCRAFT 


Expanding company of encineers | 
oD- | 
portunity in a permanent position 

| 
volves all details of system design | 


ot | 


: 


» | 


ENGINEERS 


——=" | READY 


TO TAKE THE NEXT 
STEP IN YOUR 
CAREER? 


. » Opportunities 
too good to miss 
now open at 


REPUBLIC 


Are vou workt ing eat your high- 
est pot ential? ¢ problems on 
you are soaness may hot 


eac ch im your present 
posit because tt I aGe- 
quate! 9 filled 
ae BLIC is THE LOGICAL 
; forward-looking 


S operations provide meny 
possibilities for career Dullding. 
ae rch and development ac- 

ties alone have recentiy 
~— increased by $12,000,000, 


TAKE THE RIGHT WET 
STEP in your career-—~-investi- 
gate the positions cpen st RE- 
PUBLIC Now 


WE SEEK ENGINEERS 


(WHITE) 
| QPerstins ate engineer with 
Cc. lieense., wiedse of air 
conditioning «an refrigeration 


necessary. Emplove ben 
3 months emplorment. 
sive oes. ate Bex and 


Mechanical or Aero WITH EXPERIENCE 
Engineer IN THESE FIELDS 


Por Avtation Division AIRCRAPT DESIG 
DYNAMIC 
AERODYNAMICS 
PLIG ry a 
RESEA 
ERMOOYN AMICS 
y ER AND VIBRATIONS 


ELECTRIC CO. 


sPectventes Part. 
yracu nN. Y¥. 


Slomed 
ers. 


CROSLEY DIVISION | AEROJET GENERAL | 
RP. 
AVCO ‘S 


ES 4 aliternte 
MANUFACTURING |-eosn- « os once ome 
CORPORATION 


2630 Glendale- 
Milford Road 
Evendale 

| Cincinnati 15, Ohio 


urgently needed at ERCO. “eet 


& a yee. 


- 
ae hours 


reon 
ediestemen 
Connecticut 


EMPLOYMENT | COUNSELOR ft | 


PERSONNEL. i338 es kw 


and pe poly 
with references. Midtown 
2 Restaurant, 3335) 
ve 


1D 
pore rey of select openings aving 
Sosa t $15.000 D's. 

an 


ENGINEERS 


Planning Your Career for 5 Years? 10? 20? 


4 


We offer an opportunity to work 


anc gas turbine engineer contro) 
held 


Subsidiary ef The General 
Rubber Co 


with many types of the latest air- Instrument Draftsmen| 
Minimum 4 years exp 
er 


~ eg ag ' 
ue ‘ 
Mechanica! 
Draftsmen 


| 2 pegs s experience with some elec- 
tric 


EXPEDITER 


Young | mat to work with sales! 
man local 
Position enveiven work wit 
prints specifica mons and folle 
Technical background 
ft. ~ roped for advance- | 


Electrica 
‘and Inner- | 


craft in phrases of aerodynamics 
RELOCATION 
EXPENSES PAID 


Republic offers an unusus! piss 
which relieves you al) Anen 
] connected 


_and power plant operation. includ- 


Oe 
ment 
STONE. "PAPER TUBE CO. 
900 Frenk) lin Bt NE 


ing aerodynamics and power plant 


clal worrtes with 


equation, aircraft stability and per- WRITE TO 
ponefit : “les luding two- thirds of 
the cost of advanced st 


formance. 
Look into General Electric's 


Long-term Guided Missile Program 


Control Services, Inc.| 
Automation Engineers 


400 80 WARMINGTER poss 
HATSBORO, PEN 


~ ENGINEER—STAFI a 


Por new 
: 


Ané of course. vou'll live and 
rk on fabulous Lone Isiend. 
claysround of the east coast. 


NEW 
ENGINEERING POSITIONS 


Available in 


I. .B. M. 


Servicing the World’s Finest 


ELECTRONIC 
COMPUTERS 


MEN, 


You will find salaries, policies and 


Send Complete Resume te: 
BORTN 


personal advantages excellent. 


OPENINGS EXIST AT ALL LEVELS 


APPLY TO 


ERCO DIVISION 
ACF INDUSTRIES, INC. 


RIVERDALE, MD. 


THIEBLOT 


Aircraft Co., Inc. 
ENGINEERS 


AND 


PHYSICISTS 


Positions available in: 


AERODYNAMICS 
FLUTTER AND VIBRATION 
AIRCRAFT STRESS ANALYSIS 


WEIGHTS 


DESIGNERS 


AND 


DRAFTSMEN 


This program at GE is big—and getting bigger steadily. In fact, plans for increases 
in research and development of guided missiles—and in related fields—are scheduled 
now for years shead. 


DEPARTMENT A 


Convenient Interview 
anced With 
Repubite Representative 


REPUBLIC 


AVIATION CORP 
N. Y, 


roiedt Gesien and esti. 

MS emical Ene«i- 
Your individual achievements will stand out clearly, because the work is organized 
in small, autonomous units. And salaries are based on performance, it's up to you 
how much you earn. Your ability can really pay off here. 


project 
propellant roeketry desirable put 
not essentia 


Please send written resume. ser 


oes ae Farmingdale, L. |., 


tona! «ate. 
ATLANTIC. RESEARCH CORP 
ALEXA NDRIA. _ VIRGINIA 


EMERSON 


OFFERS ROOM 


FOR 


INDIVIDUAL GROWTH 


THE EMERSON RESEARCH LABORA- 
TORIES HAVE PERMANENT POSI- 
TIONS FOR PHYSICISTS AND ENGI- 
NEERS WHO WORK BEST WITH A 
MINIMUM OF SUPERVISION 


We Need 


PHYSICISTS 
ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 


in the Following Fields 
RADAR AND COUNTERMEASURES 
MICROWAVE TECHNIQUES 
ELECTRO-MECH DESIGN 


IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN A GROWING ORGAN. 
IZATION, THEN CONTACT US AT YOUR EARLIEST 


INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS); “™™""<* : 
MACHINES CORPORATION | EMERSON RESEARCH LABORATORIES 


701 Lamont St. N.W. Washington 10, D. C. 
1220 19th STREET N.W. : 2 division of EMERSON RADIO & PHONOGRAPH CORP. 


= erence 


Continued | oa Following Pare 


And General Electric promotes your professional progress in many ways—by contact 
with recognized leaders in science and engineering . . . by promotion from within 

. by liberal plan of aid for advanced study. Why not » decbes this oppertonity for a 
stenediatings rewarding, long-term career at General Electric? 


OPENINGS NOW FOR EXPERIENCED MEN IN 


MISSILE SYSTEMS ARMING & PUZING 
Design, development and eva!- 
vation of Systems, Sub-sys- 
tems and Components such 
as: 


INSTRUMENTATION 
RECORDING 
ELECTRO-MECHANICAL 
DEVELOPMENT 


19-30 
INSTRUMENTATION 

SYSTEMS 
STRESS ANALYSIS Thorough Knowledge of Electricity 


Electronics or Physics Required 


BAROMETER 
ACCELEROMETER 
TIMERS 
IMPACT MECHANISMS 
RADIATION FUZING 
INERTIAL GUIDANCE 
Call Mr. T. K. Koerner 


MANAGER—Component Equipt 
we Design Engineering. 


DATA PROCESSING 


STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS 
TRANSOUCER DESIGN 


CONTROL SYSTEMS Excellent opportunity to enter the newest 


and most interesting program in the elec- 


TELEMETRY 
AERO-THERMODYNAMICS 


t 
FLIGHT TEST PLANNING ronic industry 


: 
Call Mr. R. E. Robertson 


MAN AGER— Instrumentation 
Engineering 


Salary and expenses paid while training— 
Advancement based on Merit-Fine Em- 
ploye Benefit Program. 


Call Mr. E. A. Smith 


INTERVIEWS DAILY 
OR 
PHONE FOR AN APPOINTMENT 
REPUBLIC 7-3705 


Customer Emgineering Department 
Room 205 


WASHINGTON INTERVIEWS 


Monday & Tuesday, November 28-29 


. Positions in mechanical, electrical and 


airframe design group. Call Mr. Smith, Mr. Koerner or Mr. 
1 P.M. to 6 P.M. 
to arrange appointment at your convenience 


NAtional 8-4420 


Robertson 


Previous aircraft experience not necessary 


Interviews Daily 
8 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. 
Call OL. 4-7630 
or Write 


Or send resume te: 
SPECIAL DEPENSE PROJBCTS DEPARTMENT 


GEN ERAL. ELECTRIC CO. 


2900 Campbell Avenue Schenectady, New York 


- 


Thieblot Aircraft Co., Inc. 
4924 Hampden Lane, Bethesda 14, Md. 


‘ 


A, S. 


HELP. MEN 1s rm WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD © 


SHEET METAL 


MECHANICS & 


ASSEMBLERS 
(AIRCRAFT) 
This is interesting work related 


to aircraft structures. Will be} protect 
working from blueprints. 


WIREMEN 


Men experienced in trouble- 
shooting and wiring, compli- 
cated electronic equipment. 


HELP,” MEN 15 HELP, MEN 
TTeniineed From Preceding Pace FIREMAN 
ENGINEER Permanent position open 


waite. for air > 
building, p Sees i-| for an experienced Fire- 
man, white, under 50. 


ica Write 
a ie ee Boilers Stoker Fired. 


Class 5 or 6. License re- 
ENGINEERS 


quired, Sday week, 
many employee benefits. 
COMMUNICATIONS 
ENGINEERS 


es 
HELP, MEN 


iano Ape ars 
TAG SALEM AN 


Ovportunity to here 
income with well Enews 


men's ai. 


|TEST ENGINEERS 


FIELD SERVICE 
ENGINEERS 


SALESMAN 
sitondh gato 
SIVERSEY CORP 


SALESMEN 


PART OR FULL TIME 


aa EE 


ES. RAPIDLY EXPANDING. 


APPLICANTS MUST: 


mach. 
ABBEY 


K sts. 
Salary $250 per mo. Ap- to sales 

ply in person to Bidg.| Must ae 
Superintendent VU. 5S.! while ab 
Chamber of Commerce, 

1615 H St. NW. | 


FURNITURE $ refinishing & repair | 
; i synervies Ay nts general supe 


7.208 a neve 3 te 6 
an =. 
Gailly servi 


t $810 
etkine customers, apply 


ane 
Ng "Dalimere Mad 


TECHNICAL 
WRITER—EDITOR 


Bona fide opportunity for a 


Recent graduates in 
electronic engineering 
or men with vocational 
school certificate plus 
experience in trouble 


MEN’S 
FURNISHINGS 
SALESMAN 


men 
ture dent. of sheltered wo 
5-day wk Interesting y= 
work Apply Goodwill Industries 


¢ MACHINISTS | RENAIRE 


i 18 New pempenite . . 
2 Ae . 12 


EUROPE 
FAR EAST 


r shane tor M. Mon.| 


shrubs. care acres, at 
we a RSON MEL 


a-8 ~ 
Sten immediate openin for an 
experienced, reliable 


references and 
RSEE with communice- 


ivsi 1ip- 
t field lntonst! v 
tipment. 


person, Royal Mkt. 28 sth. | ot ow 
ABOVE AVERAGE | 
FINANCIAL RETURNS | 


Engineer 


The Glenn L. Martin 
Co. has recently suc- 
cessfully test flown the 
high-speed, jet - SEA- 
MASTER. 


Here is a real oppor- 
tunity to conduct 
studies and tests on this 
and more advanced 
water based aircraft, 
the vehicle of tomor- 
row. 


1339 E STREET VW. ROOM 741 
RE. 7-6660 


Engineers 


An engineer above 
average ability, a desire to 
progress within his profession 
in accordance with his abilli- 
ty and a need for @ stimulat- 
ing environment to perform 
at his best should consider 
the positions listed below that 
are presently available at 
MELPAR, 


SENIOR 


with 


Your reply will be 
treated with confi- 
dence. Write 


Professional Employment 


MARTIN 


Baltimore 3, Md. 


* Th | Expe 


— We | 


cae station | 


=| spection of first piece experi-'| 


) tity parts. 


Hydrodynamics | 
MELPAR, INC. 


ELECTRONIC 
ENGINEER 


Background 
puter 
essing or 
ment. 


BM machine accounting operator—_ 

caper eens ° Ss - - in wiring. 
dd , High school 
raduate, age 5° to 26 Excellent 
efits. Anvly red 
W ashingt +P megiona! 


company n 
Office, 17 el Ww 
-37 


in 
r na or 
petween the Sam 
2 dal 


COMM | 
proc- | 
equip- 
involves su- 


digital 
circuitry, data 
associated 

Position 


INTERVIEWER 


pervising the activities of en- _ age 19-23 


ne col ese, st tuden 
dle nowulries 


gineers, 
technicians, 


SENIOR E. E. 


Experienced in design of video 


juruor engineers and . Beartment of fast -cTow- 


insurance 5-day week 
4:30 


GOVERNMENT 
EMPLOYEES 
INSURANCE CO. 
pnd, u Sts 


14th NW 
Please sole. 8 m.to3°e 
treet Entrance 


circuitry for radar or similar 
equipment. Capable of as- 
suming responsible position 


SENIOR E. E. 


Several years’ experience in 
désign of RF Amplifiers, 1. F. 
Strips or microwave compo- 
nents. in addition to supervi- | 
sory responsibility this position | 
with custo- 


Insurance 
Casualty Underwriters 


a 
Account Executive 
Trainees 


One of Washington's foremost Gen- 


dGerwriter 

writing 

tions 

quaiily 

Dromising Write 
iving resum 

. groun nd 


SENIOR 
MECHANICAL 
ENGINEER 


Several years’ 
packaging of electronic equip- 
ment in accordance with Gov- 
ernment specifications (Chas- 
sis, Racks, etc.). 


MECHANICAL 
DESIGN 
ENGINEER 


mechanisms 


de- 


involves liaison 


mer, 


JUNIOR EXECUTIVE 
TRAINEE 


SALES CAREER 


Allyn & Bacon, a leading 
publisher in the school 
book field is expanding 
into college textbook pub- 
lishing. 
This new, fastest-growing 
division will hold a special- 
ized sales training pro- 
gram in our New York of- 
fice to teach trainees the 
techniques of college sell- 
ing and college manuscript 
development. Assignment 
to a position as field sales- 
man-editor will follow. 
Sales managerial oppor- 
tunities for successful 
sales representatives will 
be many as the college 
publishing program grows. 


experience in 


Design of small 
and electro-mechan:cal 
vices. 


POSITIONS 
ARE ALSO AVAILABLE 


FOR 
INEXPERIENCED 


ENGINEERS 


Interested in the above-men- 
tioned fields. 
For 
Additional information 
call our Technical 
Personnel Representative 
at 
JE. 4-6000, . Ext. 220 
or 
Visit our Laboratory 
at 
3000 Arlington Bivd. 
Falis Church, Va. 


Special Advanta 


ARTHUR 8B. 
MILYN & BA 
70 vith Ave. New York 11, N. ¥. 
A ' 
ERE SR 
GED FO ou 
JANITOR 
tate ont, othe 
. S Bare 6 satis 


Salary =n 
t NA 


character ‘an ability 


MELPAR, 
INC. 


WAN wit h to 
Service for Christmas. Apply 1116 
mm. *t 


‘GENERAL ALL AROUND 
rienced on Small 
Mechanisms 


We Have Openings for 
Permanent Positions 


AND 
Part Time Man 


SALTZ F ST, 
1341 F ST. NW. 


MACHINE PARTS 
INSPECTOR 


Capable of using machine shop | 
measuring instruments for in- 


MESSENGER 


For weekly news 
magazine. inside and 
outside pickup and 
. delivery of mail and 
various other duties 
connected with the 
operation of the mai! 
department. Must 
have D.C. driver's |i- 
cense and be 18 
years of age. Five- 
day, 40-hour week 
Pleasant working 
conditions, many 
company benefits. 


CALL DI. 7-2900, 
Ext. 263 


9A.M.and5 P.M 


mental and production quan- 


of outh en St 
(orf Jeff Davis Hwy.) 


3000 ARLINGTON BLVD 
PALLS CHURCH VA. 


(Toke Arnold 2-¥ bus from iith 
sts. nw te plant entrance.) 


paces 
Man | 


Experienced in main- 
tenance of heating 
and air-conditioning 
equipment. 


ROTATING SHIFT 


APPLY InN sey 
8:00 AM. TO 4:00 PM 
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 


MELPAR, INC. 


3000 ARLINGTON BLVD 
PALLS JRCH. VA. 


Bet. 


tat opr, eee pe. 


al PERSONN 


——___ 


NIGHT WORK 
NEWSPAPER 


Clerk te assis 
vertising iin 
hour week 

Saturday and Sunday 


ia poacuring ad. 
a 


sell Guardian 


OMAN WITH CAR 


To handle service calls on electrical 
n 


e Washington Post 
and Times Herald 
1515 L Street, NW. 


OFFSET PRESSMAN 


At least & vears’ experience. 


}] early contract 
basis. Only those interested In pe 
ent posts! on with future none 
apply 1305 Rhode Is Pad Ave a} 
Monday 9 "til 12 or cali 7- 77 
Tyler hour for one ifie 
men emploves know 
pris “4 Write Wash. Post-TH. 


MAN WITH CAR 


mis. as a 
ings waite ty ——S 


to 

traveling 

ways have his Work booked w 

in advance. calling on definite. 
sualified appointments. Apoiy 1114 
10 a. m to 12 noon 


|_ © st. se. 


‘Manager Trainees 


OIL BURNER 
MECHANIC 


Experienced; permanent: paid vwa- 
cation. srenepestetion furnished. 


Ap a Ru os. THE B K- 
LAND B-. and Michigan 


MANAGER 
TRAINEE 


Young man between ages 
21-30. Must have auto; 
excellent future for proper 
man. Good pay, advance- 
ment, car allowance, com- 
pany benefits. Old estab- 
lished firm. 


JU. 9-4529 


1433. Sprin 


rmanent Sob. 
poly 3206 
Md. Ask for 


A 
construction wor 


ex 
perm 
ies al piruction, Ce. 


tunity as second 


Opper 
patent de 


establish 
die Atiantie state 
ground and or tr 
ence desirabie. 
experience 1 sa 
Box 2075. t- ; 


Old- ne tional corporation. one 
oldest largest in its 

for | 

R. m substantial in- 
sales of manage- 

te consumer 

¢ and! 


sT— 
. Later become —-e. 
bonus ABBEY PERSO 


. Under 
r. + 
Niel. 1398 


‘ge 
crmanenh > position for 


with 

eee Super: festie, 
PRINTER’S HELPER 

sy have capertense cotting 

press. Apply “Personnel opereie ” 

HOTEL STATLER 
I6STH and K ST. NW. 

~ REAL ESTATE 


ne: 


= ~~ + os 
test Wy 


Pr otected oh 
Arling ~7 . 
» Mo ae 


n 

local seovter Cap roar Mr. R 
rview 

vy Bn JOnises $b 166. Bun 

day or Mondca 


MEDICAL DETAIL 
REPRESENTATIVE 


Old reliable Virginia pharmaceuti-| 
eal manufacturer desires & medi ~ 


r ae 


ry. 
bonus plus expenses on 
confidential Box M-361. 


ince 


prefer 


nborthers 


tree 
t-TH. 


fam 
week: ‘colar? pins 
Must be sober. ApD- 
Rarrison Aute Berv- 
o =: N.V EE 

peas Cn 


all cars: 5% 
commission. 


- Bang ory 


SALESMEN 


an ke opport gatty 
top 


roy mee g with 
thorough mhowlee . Virginia 
real estate. W f am excellent 
office force, extenaive advertisin 


Here is 
TC—Bhee (3) 
utter oa dor wpspoute. sor 


q AN 
=— 80. $-5942 or 


: eck, all 


$-6790 Tor on sntervicw. 


Gordin-Mensh Realty Corp. 
is Ge HMOND HWY. ALEX. VA, 
SSIAN CULTURAL 
 aaeeang ee iD know! 


lism 
$5- S410. 0008 plus— 
BOYD'S. cor. G & 12th ua s- 2340 


Research and development firm 
in Alexandria requires afteman. 
capable of deine simple design | 
layouts. preper ing, mechanical de- 
sien details age lustrative draft- 


£36 300-4000 . cau kl 8 


; ary 
. 8765 for 
ooo 


ELECTRO. 
MECHANICAL 


Design Engineer 


MUST HAVE EXTENSIVE ELECTRONIC 
AND ELECTRO-MECHANICAL EDUCA- 
TIONAL BACKGROUND WITH_ SEV- 
ERAL YEARS OF PRACTICAL DESIGN 
EXPERIENCE. THOROUGH KNOWL- 
EDGE OF AND EXPERIENCE WITH 
TELETYPE MECHANISMS. 


THIS POSITION IS LOCAL ‘AND IM- 
MEDIATE; OFFERING EXCELLENT SAL- 
ARY AND OPPORTUNITY. 


International Electronics 


Engineering, !nc. 
MUNSEY BUILDING 
1329 E STREET, N.W 

MR, GILLER 


ROOM 741 


ENGINEERS 


Opportunity for capable personnel to 
join a growing company that combines . . . 


FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE 
WITH 
Large Company Advantages 


Desirable Openings: 
AERODYNAMICISTS 
ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS 
COMPUTER ENGINEERS 
MECHANICAL DESIGNERS 
LAYOUT DRAFTSMEN 
FIELD SERVICE ENGINEERS 
TEST ENGINEERS 
DESIGN CHECKERS 
ENGINEERING PHYSICISTS 
SPECIFICATIONS ENGINEERS 
TECHNICAL WRITERS 


GOOD SALARY 
PLEASANT TION 


GENEROUS BENEFITS 


APPLY TO 


ERCO DIVISION 
ACF INDUSTRIES, INC. 
RIVERDALE, MD. 

gig 


te p-| 
,» Personnel | 


at 


SALESMAN — 


(3) Have «a desire © make moner 


THE MOST RESPECTED 
NAME IN THE FREEZER 
FOOD INDUSTRY 
HAS OPENINGS FOR 


Sales Trainees 


CALL MR. PEARLMAN 
MONDAY OR. TUESDAY 
10:00 A.M. TO 1:00 P.M. 


LI. 6-0445 


A 


ofhiees | 4 K4 


gatial fy Int srview. 
AL 


a PAYNE | 


901 Pershing Drive. ite 201 
Silver Spring. 5 


Feondes” shea 


persona) 


SALESMEN 


How would i= like to make 
ad sell om. of, 5 
necessary 


~. 
iiss for . a % en 


} Have a car. ' 
(2?) Be over 21 


WE 
i Pr } Farnien Seplihied cppptntments 


ERCO Division 
ACF INDUSTRIES, INC. 
Riverdale, Maryland 


capable technical man who is 
also a writer and an editor, 
who knows electricity, and 
who has actual mechanical 
aptitudes. Some knowledge of 


| SUBURBAN NOW ABHINGTON, ee 


electrical appliances would be 
helpful but good technical 
background plus some engi- 


fad 


Relocate 
brin 


YD’S, Cor. 


in OFTO. Eng. 
um — Mr. 


12th & G 


WR. SALESMEN 
TRAINEES 


FOR SERVICE 
AND SELLING 


Sales Representative 


PLUS COMMISSIONS 


National 
facturer dis- 

tri butor 6 o8pital 
any ies a fa 

ei~- 

ceptiopal ples ca- 
ashine- 


man v- 


st be vyoung—aegressive—apbdie 
k. end own iate-model cer. 
prescheduied. NO CA 
Learn selling with . 
tantial base pay. No - 
Hs paeayh “selling experience 
as we offer a vYaluable train! ne 
course in goles | techniques i 
in Seseee 2. noon, an ° 
4p See M , * Mers. 
Ly 


expe 
bn 
education helpful 
r 


SALESMEN 
anization. Va. terrt- 
e helpful. Under 
Ln plus new car 


EX, 32508 
- ith NW NW. 


plus 


od igs Shs GENCY 


SALESMEN 


EXPERIENCED. AGE 24-40 


HIGHL REPUTABLE ORGANI- 
oar , LEADER IN IT’S FIELD 


v LEs- 
MEN 18 MONTHS DUE 
ING ONLY ao 
SrEN NO NIGHT WORK ALL 
LOCAL. 
Victor Adding Machine Co. 
EM. 3-9668. 


44 ha registe meee 
en ooperanin tor 
an yecognsen, apni 
Salocunaeines ae ane 
SA A’ D 

exp. pret: 
draw. car ‘all ~~ 95 irect 
805 Sth st gi 3-7 qos ‘only. 


SALESMEN 


One of the oldest and lars- 
est landscape nursery prod- 
es ing 


“OPPORTONTY In- 
creases Periee sates, additional line. or men 


Box Me-dea 


SALESMAN 


Attractive position in estab- 
lished, exclusive territory sell- 
ing nationally known A. 8B. 
Dick Duplicating Equipment 
and Supplies. Excellent op- 
portunity for young man 24- 
35, who is qualified by am- 
bition, initiative and direct- 
selling experience or aptitude 
to warrant intensive training. 
Call Mr. Gist, ME, 8-1721 for 
personal interview 


ucts /c ni 
nationally will em 
a ° 


ublic. personal inter- 
slow ‘olephems Mr, Robert 
cals. Bistrict M oon 


5 
cal appliances: 
mission: car Beane 
nday 


Ag 
ye 


gah PAZ oly 


Technics! 


wy os. 49000, 10 $1 $15.000 4, - 


pL t BOYD'S. 42 yrs., cor 
nd 12th nw. (hundreds openings) 


SALESMEN 


SPECIALTY 


SALESMAN 
CHARLOTTESVILLE (VA.) AREA 


Ce.. manufacturers 


Succes in sel 


. > oan t 
+ > deal which 


juerative in 


finest 
Teaaten” today 

Weekly commissions and 

of $200 8400 are common. Prove 

it te youre. Low =. =e : 

Woodn 3636 

7 or 

© tele- 


bonuse 


r. of 
$303 Cosncle ‘Terr Ch 
. and «a a 
wil be sree + Benwew 


SALESMAN 


See Our Ad Under 

Closers 

PEN DEL FARMS 
of Maryland, Ine 


934 Bonifant St. 
SILVER SPRING, MD. 


———_—_ -_ 


reased 
times since ver ana is stil 
This is & ch offers 3 


, 4-0700, 1 


. to 
LLOYD'S EMPL. SERV, 


SERVICES -STITION I een 


(3) 

7 tee Tk s20, ferris ¥ ae nes 
ce. 

Ra weet Hyat . 


’ . mm. 


-_——S 


Mechanical Engineers 


Designers Draftsmen 


Machinists and Instrument Makers 


Rapidly growing engineering firm needs men to work 
in the following fields: Automatic Production Ma- 
chinery, Electro-Mechanical Data Transmission Systems, 
High Precision Gyros and Controls, Electro-Optical 
Devices, etc. The salaries are open and are based on 
ability and experience. Excellent working conditions 
include: air conditioning and vacations and fringe 
benefits exceeding those of U. $. Government. 


Please Call Jack Rabinow JU. 9-3555 


Rabinow Engineering Co. 
7212 New Hampshire Avenue 


Sears Roebuck And Company 


Desires 3 High-Caliber Men 
to Call on Customers in This Ares 


THIS 1S NOT CANVASSING 


Customers are expecting a representative of Sears to visit 
them and ecquaint them with a new service. These are 
permanent positions with many company benefits includ- 
ing paid vacations, insurance, hospitalization and profit 
sharing, te mention a few. 


Qualified men who have a car can expect earnifgs of 
$150 and up weekly with salary while training. 


STARTING SALARY $81 WK. | 


SHE 


heering ability are essential. 


The job will be to take full 


SHEET-METAL 


shooting, testing and 
maintenance in such 
fields as radar, com- 
puters, television, etc., 
are required. A 
knowledge of electronic 
theory is necessary. 


responsibility for planning, 
writing, and editing a series! 
of practical instruction man- 
uals on servicing electrical ap- 
pliances, and will be perma- 
nent. 


Our organization is large 
enough to offer security, small 
enough to recognize your per- 
formance. You will be in a 
key position. Associations will | 
be pleasant and the condi- 

tions are good, including paid} 
vacati sick. leave, and! 
substantial additional benefits. | 


WORKER 


For Electronics 
Manufacturing Plant 


Must have ability 

read shop drawings. 
APPLY 9 TO 4 

MONDAY Through FRIDAY 


AT 
Nems-Clarke, Inc. 
919 Jesup Blair Drive 
SILVER SPRING, MD. 


to 


ms, 


You are invited to write us 
y about your technical, 
and editing back- 
around. Our staff knows about | 
this advertisement 


‘ MET AL WAN -~Experien: ec 
” On inside and outside work. 8 cac 
seit for the risht man Oo 2 


eT META AL MEN—Exper. 
fitid installation. work in Va 
Md near your home Good 
work. Call OL 9-0424 


frans 
writ ng, 


Jn 


r 
pay. steady 


P. O. BOX 3046 


SHIPPING FOREMAN | Washington, D. C 
INDUSTRIAL. Experienced tn a! 

phases of shipping. receiving end 
peas, igcetes pear Char! les | 


Write all a PR. and info 
tion. lus references. to J 
tterfield. marked personal 
5. Chariotte. N. C 


TRAINEES 


~ SHOP gs se | 


shop: sil legal 


, £ salary “OnUs 
no layoffs. vear-around job FOR | 
ere ral new locations; apply in per- | 

’ 


MELPAR. INC. 


“OFFICIAL CLEANERS 
ELECTRONIC 


STOCK CLERK 
ASSEMBLY 


Previous stock experience 
desirable but not neces- 
sary. Permanent position 
with an expanding re- 
search organization, Regu- 
lar merit reviews. Many 
company benefits. 


WORK 


ABILITY TO READ WIRING 
DIAGRAMS HELPFUL 
BUT NOT NECESSARY 


APPLY IN PERSON 


MOEDET Rh vEpes 


Position Offers 
ae ee Yh 


‘Take Arnold 3-¥ bus from tith 
end E sts. ow. toe plant entrance.) 


OPPORTUNITY FOR | 
ADVANCEMENT 


MANY EMPLOYEE 
BENEFITS 


amet oaces 


ano ter fall-tme 
shift Some eveping an 

+ Call OL 4-6750 
APPLY IN PERSON 


heals INC. 


Technicians 
Electronic 


8 A. M. TO 4 P. M, 


MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 


MELPAR, 
INC. 


1211 South Fern St. 


OF? JEFFERSON DAVIS 
RIGHWAT 


Arlington, Va. 


Assembly to. 
tronic equi 
trial or mi 
necessarv 


_0xperimental aoe 
t. Previous indus-' 
tory service exDerience 


APPLY IN PERSON 
8 M TO4P M 
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 


outh Pern St 
(on ent Davis Hwy.) 


3000 ARLINGTON nt Ve. 
PALIS CHURCH. V 


Arnold 2-V¥ bus from lith 
nw. te plant entrance) 


(tobe Am 


Insurance Representative 


INTERVIEWS 
MAY BE ARRANGED 


IN YOUR CITY 


ERCO DIVISION 


ACF Indu$tries, Inc. 
Riverdale, Maryland 
Warfield 7-4444 


Located in Suburban 
Washington, D. C.) 


TRAINEES 
DRAFTSMEN 


OPENINGS FOR YOUNG MEN 
INTERESTED IN LEARNING 
THE HIGHLY LUCRATIVE 

FIELD OF DRAFTING 


~ REQUIREMENT: 


AT LEAST ONE YEAR OF 
HIGH SCHOOL 
MECHANICAL 

DRAWING COURSE 


| EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY 


FOR ADVANCEMENT IN 
AN EXPANDING RESEARCH 
ORGANIZATION 


APPLY IN PERSON 
8 A.M. TO 4 P. M. 


MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 


MELPAR, 
INC. 


3000 Arlington Blvd. 
Falls Church, Va. 


1211 South Fern St. 
(Off Jeff Davis Hwy.) 
Arlington, Va. 


Leading National Fire and Casualty Insur- 
ance Company is looking for young men 
between 23-30, for sales training program. 


Must have college education or its equiva- 
lent. This is an excellent opportunity for 
a man interested in a career that can lead 
to sales management with one of the na- 
tion’s outstanding insurance companies. 


Guaranteed annual salary plus incentive 
plan. 


lf you are interested in your future call 


Mr. Lynn—DU. 7-5100 


Personal interviews are being held at Sears; Roebuck and 
Company, 4500 Wisconsin Ave. N.W., in the Division 12 
Office, Monday and Tuesday, November 28 and 29, 
between 11 a.m. and | p.m. ’ 


KANN'S 


WILL HELP YOU EARN 
EXTRA MONEY 
FOR CHRISTMAS 


Discount Extended Intmediately 


SALESMEN 


FLOOR MANAGERS 


Full or Part Time 


STOCKMEN 


Virginia Store 


4PPLY IN PERSON 


KANN'S 


Personnel Office, 4th Floor 
7th, 8th and Market Space, N.W. 


KANN’‘S VIRGINIA 
Personne! Office 2nd Floor 
3401 North Fairfax Drive 
Arlington, Virginie 


t 


(Take Arnold 2-V Bus from 
bith & E Sts. NW. to plant 


entrance) 


— 
EupL. ° 
8 


rRAINER— 166 
BAGGERTY ‘SERY. 918 
El sworth Jt 


TRAINEES 


migte il sales and me a eal trades. “ 
reer oppor Goes salar AB- 
EV PERSONNE! 138 oe NW 


TYPEWRITER “REPAIR—Set up 


7 Pvt. user. NE $4200 
ABBEY PERSONNEL. 1338 Eve 


WAITER—Por private home parties. 
RA. 6-1327 
WOOL PRESSER—Permanéni posi- 
tien, good working | coneeeee. _ 
0068 Ne 


py fade Brother 
ijampshire Ave akomea Park Ma 


$26 «DAILY. Sell Luminous Boor 
Plates Write Reeves, Attleboro, 
Mass. Free Sampi e & Details. 


USED CAR SALESMAN 


hotive suburban Ford dealership 

more strong closer for 

| car cogartmest floor time 
wosed Sundays: 


Hyattsville. 3 


sing Wf MAN On ¢ CLERK — Ex 
perience ' in osher f 
a person HOFBERO's 

7822 Eastern ave. n 


YOUNG MAN 


To s@ll & service parochial schools 
line of uniforms & 
versified & interest- 

ine position with well known 

piering | saee ent 
perie pot ppeen er 
though olerved. Littie t ne 

Salary open, Write auaiifications 

OX M 378. POST. ie Rie 


YOUNG MEN 


White, 18 to 25, col- 
lege or high school 
grad., perm. position 
with one of Wash.'s 
largest, stationery and 
ofc. equip. cos. Sev- 
eral opportunities for 
serious minded young 
men interested in a 
position with a fu- 
ture. 


MANY EMPLOYE BENEFITS 


ENT 


FOR AP 
CALL J. M KEN 


Chas. 2. tot! & Co. 


comm 
your 


ok. on Sai. eal, Cho 


Pare 


4 


THE WASHL GIVUN re 
D4 


vOUNe na o) 


Eat.sat eee mn dising, pork, With = 
nees. Apply in- 


fately yy 
Sess th D2 GINGER ALE 


aT S| 


YOUNG 
MEN 


17 TO 25 


With High School Education | 


ARE NEEDED 
IMMEDIATELY 


‘SYSTEMS WORK WITH) 


No experience is necessary 
but mechanical or electrical 
aptitude is desirable. | 


Investigate this oppor 
for @ career with a future in| 
the electrical field 


tunity | 


BOX 976, POST-TH 


AL ESM 


EN TRAINEES 
home rem« bdeling 


- 


«J TidkS HERALD 


— « 


Sunday, November 27, 1955 


DOMESTIC OIL BURNER 
SERVICE MANAGER 


r7 larwe eye 
plete charge @ every 


jent rm 7 cosalta sna fa 


Pe IS Sere 


ne 
kee aa 


a 
train on 


| Por salesmen to learn 


. 


in the ~ _ pages 
wa ea 
ata ® hae Mr : 
lorida pes a a Suite eo 9:30) 
__ th sbi | 


OPPORTUNITY WITH A FUTURE | 


e Bdaucat ton al Divis on of Field | 
iterprises ime. Wi 
above-averace 


era! a, 
4 » 


necessary 
giving age 


ox 965. Pos st-TH 


PART TIME—FULL Toss —(20-hr 
week min hall Pie fan 

guned en verpy: se ha 

in in 


interview aD. 
ca AP. 71-84  ~aewe™ 


Cpane | 


m bdsusiness we 

eee in| 
riea | 
i- 


Increase 


men preferred ar to vour 
« Above average earnings. | 
= be expected! 
Interv eye 
nn 12. "Teas Duke 
piesanatin. Va ‘ 


GENERAL } HELPERS — 
Por pight gore Age Ti t ®. hich 
schoo] able to oo Ras, 
work. 3 + have ened ref ences 
ay. #-r wk . 
hospitalization 
ing saiary. $1.64 lr 
ity for advancement 
ne iyo 


eWIFT & CO. 


1 Okje St. NE 


ppor 
St elt “a 


THE NEW 
FIELD offers 
eh for «0 in n at 
tim eacing tO hi pee 
bracket and retirement u 
career |! ation © ide ieee 
sTram. comp 
er. ap eants "Call. 
A 


FOOD A. PPLEMENT 
oppor 


chall a 
od 


pa 
ome 
ime 


,/° 

9.38 

a we ‘POSITIONS _45000 
$35.000 = yon went a. ti 
any area OW 

D.C... our letter — 
wil, be of interest +> 
cellent reputat mon 
ers has deen pan ed a. ry ‘De- 
ried of 4 years pre oc edu re of hi eb | 

rds fent — evotee As 

for particulsa Tm 


666 Brisbane. Bl de Barat 0 "s N _y. 


$500 MONTHLY 


Starting salary for 2 execu- 
tive-type salesmen to repre- 
sent large Eastern corporation. 
No travel; sales experience 
and ability desired; established 
resident, 25-40 years old, | 
married, capable of assuming | 
responsibilities 
interview, please include brief | 
personal All replies 
confidentia! 


BOX M-212, POST-TH. | 


om sary 
y< ou Oar ex- 
ng 


history. 


WANTED AT ONOCE—Man or woman 
to supply Raw'leigh hous 
cessities to consumers 


te Ra ' 
Richmond 
FAMILY MAN 
for | 
tion! 


Xo. 


n aeTHOTY 
rit barrier 


c 
but an asset 
> 


| 


SEWING MACHINE) 
SALES & SERVICE | 
* MANAGER 


Must have sales and serv- | 
ice experience. Excellent | 
earning opportunity. Sal-| 
ary, commission, year 
round employment. 5- 
day, 40-hour week. Im- 
mediate discount on pur- 
chases. Free pension 
plan. 


Woodward & Lothrop 


Personnel Office 
9th Floor, Main Building 


“CHRISTMAS BONUS ~ 


In requesting ACCOUNTING — elk- “eybtat > Will train | 


oer River, Mb. 
HOT 


| bao &. N.W. 


PERMANENT 
OPPORTUNITY 
FOR 
TOP-FLIGHT 
SALESMAN 


famous manufacturer of na- 
y agvertiees tine ch 


din 
per ware op portunity 
or 4 Lebee auber salesman b, © pou 
pinta. in land 


~~ mee 


table.  willies to work 
ave proven x es 
lence 


we 


a sae 
cember 5 
‘363. Pos! - , feud 

NDA A. MATTEO 


Suite 916 


inter- 
Adcaregs 


14066 G NW. ME. #4411 
POINTS WITH PRIDE TO’ 


PRESENT JOB OPENINGS IN| 
THE FOLLOWING FIELDS: | 


AND COLO 
inds sala 


5 
washers ‘kit. help) 
an busbo 
espital attends 


® men. etvillan 
y fit your avail 


Nope sat Ge 


~~ OPPO RTUNITY | pe punch. al 

the pack- 
b “p40 taal new A. 
sales nt al r 


abili Reter. 
that ne 
UNUSUAL CAREER 
FIELD OPEN 


Secy.. 
Secy., ome exp. Duke os 


ash 
ae ok. add. ‘mech exp, $1.35 | 
Art teacher. a 
ag clk., M.. 


$175 
PRIRFAX. FALLS CH. 


ey 4 
40 | 


ace liquor $65, up 
New Years 
men with 


$16 


typ... Lee hwy 
POTOMAC EMP AGCY. 
"934 Wilson Bivd.. Arf. 
wy Bing Bt. Alex 


Pols Ch. 
att OUNTIN 


CLAS 
OFFIC 


EDPM 


ELECTRONIC DATA 
PROCESSING 
MACHINES 


REQUIREMENTS: 
Business systems knowledge 
or 
Experience 
instructions for operation 
of electronic computing 
machines 


INTERVIEWS DAILY 


1220 19TH ST. N.W 
-| Room 331 RE. 7-3705 


“International Business| 
Machines Corp. | 


‘ta $50 
BURR ta 


DS. EMPL 
930 F ST mi, 
“KOCOUNTING Clerks 


See ABBEY First. 


13°98 FYE ST. NY ST. 3-0190 
in writing OPEN MON Pri 7:30 PM 
Bock keeper-typist $s: 
Pookkeeper, : . lined 
Bkor.-typist. F.C Bet , 
om.- “y -7 8 Spe 


M 
L 


cry 


eg’ 
free o tray el 
e SE 


Teller. some typing 

Comptometer oprs 

Teletype ope re Or 
lers., good ith fieures 

Clerks, no typing 5 dys 
Pile clerks , 
- i Asst dietitian. ho 

INTERNATIONAL ELECTRONICS | COLORED | 
ENGI et oe SMPANY 

322 5 Si. RW unsey. Bids. _ 


image Bice ni 
ACCOUNTING CLERKS 
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES 


Experienced or Pnexperienced 
Im mediate. permanent job Career | 
portunity ar réliabie concern 
achine work. ™ 


PORTERS 


FOR 
FALLS CHURCH LABORATORY 


Palls Church residents rE fed. 
Permanen 4 Dp 


ferences recuired. 


Ch 

Many "tenntene ben 
. r pay , Sickness & 

retirement Lenefits Ages. 18-30. 


Call NA. 4-9900, Ext. 286 


ion APPOINTMENT 
N. ASST. SECY., coll.” $4200 


pMELPAR, INC. | i! in, sn 


airlines. $27 
personnel ofc.. $3 

rlington Bivdé. 

‘Church va 


APPLY IN PERSON 
BR M. TO 4 P. M 
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 


tray. priv 
yng 


3000 
pene 
‘Take Arnold 2-y bus from 11th 
and E sts. ow. to dlant entrance.) 


Som e require steno. 
diversified. 


MONEY - MA AKING Opportunity! 
7 xe bie profit orders for orld 


a 
Patented Varieties 5-day wk 


LEEDS S eaevoruper SERV. 
“ADMIN. SECY.—$85— 
Te resident of corporation 

: exp oe 


Newspaper Dealership ~: 
In Chambersburg, Penna.) Personne and 


for ambi- real estate exp 


5 ty $85-$110 
$80 


"965.870 


Exe el cen 


typing 
. 8 s. 
o 3000. nw 
em nd bkkpr.. adntn 
telephone Burroughs bDkKDrs.. sw-nw $55 
203. Washing- cr ometer opr... ne £60 
4-7141,-Cham-| MANY OTHER BKKPRS ASSTS 
OTHER OFFICE POSITIONS 
Chem. abstractor ; $4 
16 Ir Fences lyst 


Alex. 
deal orshi + xprs 


|. Colony 
. me 


HELP, WOMEN 
ACCTG. CLK.—$60 


Secys. (2). jonal $60 


Cl -— eT ypist $55 
AGENCY. rt 71-3938 
204 mSlereds Bide 41GNW 


| Su mem be berships. type 
Receptionist typist. ener 
nd tee maa typist. sevrl 


_ Fyttnners... ’ 
5 hr. wk. *72 


macniine. Also 


wo operate bk 
good typist with 
b LA 


TLAS Arcy 
pee N.Y. Ave. NW. Room 506 
“Admin. Secys., t6 $0000 
positions in PUBT IC RELA 

L LAW 
AND 


8 
Many to $70 
$100 
to $4500 
at $350 
$30-$85 


: have knowledse ¢ of 
typing 850 week to start. 5'-da 
eek Saturday overtime. Call 
3-3820 for appointment elect 


ACCOUNTING 
CLERKS 


BETHESDA AREA 


Clerk-T ypists, 
Becy. (ind metry } 
Cap. Hill s 
. (no shorthand) 
fadmin.) 
: International 
Positions require high school . T 
raduate familiar with varied ‘otticg rseas 
etails Capeiie f Low 


sche" om 


many worthwhile 


sal. + maint 
ub.) st $300 
feneinecring) bes 
+ pihenell te $300 


Bis elk. overseas 8260+ maine, 

ctaphone Oprs... . to $300 

eptionists Ki . t $300 
MANY Otiiers 


Annette D. Tatelman 
235 weegwarg Pigs a, pte &uanw 


SALESWOME N 


VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS 
In Our 


Washington Store 


DA 
SHOPPES, .' N 


Discount Granted Immediately 
on Your Purchases 


WHY NOT START NOW TO EARN 
YOUR CHRISTMAS MONEY 


APPLY 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 
3RD FLOOR 


LANSBURGH'S 


7th, 8th, and E Streets N.W. 


pee tee | Spm 


$AS 

num. $2 

en thet i 
rch exp. King at e 


3 "KET BKKPR.—$300 


4 BAKERY. GIRL. 


0 
BEAU TICIAN—Permanent position | ar ne 


$25 | 


"9 to 5 


woos 
to & 70 ; 


| Active Worman 


21 te 
| GOVE! 
50 | 
CASHIERS —Par time to work * 
a Dp week and all day 


ne.. Dw. 
punch...... $2775) 
RE. 7-5/767 


EY ROSS 
8, Serene 


tink Meir soso 


Fien asihe dept. of larse pu 
ication, # gs collece 
lephone voice ys 


Rt ecn a eel 
ertising e 
of Taree, publication. = Ay ii | 
eorn overall i) ra aties. bday wk. | 
Downtow 


BKKPR.—BETH.—$290 


CASHIER-WRAPPER 


On 
panena. RSLS beerrrs 
HAHN SHOE STORES 


Th & K St. NW. 


CHECKROOM GIRL 


Por Conn. ave. restaurant. Salar 
pius com wows one HO. 2-336 
_ mm. 


between 2 and 


> 


40s — the beurre rr 


. AY s new wift 
’ pantemars r ¢ 
p-Ad.... pow. * 


MAID 
: hetel room 
Tign-cinag = Lads 
ay ay 


grown nefits, 
Apply between 8 &. mm and 
PensoNNEL DEPARTMENT 
Washington Post 
and Times Herald 
1515 L STREET N. W. 


insurance 
aH 


heme 


era: 


gy 


noon and 6-9 » 


Stay wk. Some typing. Quar 
cLER K 


Double entry. 36-hr. wk. Diversified | (Temporary) 


FIELDS n bet EX. 3-2508 


723 wey Th e- 1th NW 


pater Fad years white. to 
uo day: 
months 
HO. 2-2476 


RK, billing and inventory. « 
l and statistical duties. 
Sete salary open. C 


AIR Phas ea ll 
|” Farst see our ieee 
nstructions. the 

86-5755 of 

ANAS Tia 

927 1th Bt. NW. 


th Wash. D. ©. 
4 Assistant “Bookkeeper | 
| $70 PER WEEK TO START 


Immediat 


clerica 
trans 
2 

i. a 
tly nage tivn for youne w 

schoo; education fa teresting work 
mer S increases yn ti _ 

with op worthwhile 

benefits “Commercial Credit, 


SSMCLERKTYPISTS 


high school 
will co nsider 


socere 


pay Wiens “call eed for ap- 
pointment 

MANHATTAN Agro 

1706 Tth n, %. N.W 
An SSIST ANT SBREPE | We have oe 
ar CR N 000 opi as . 


were 
$3400 | 

FKpe mach. Si] 2980 
’200 


: 
8 n ‘vacation with 
r _R 


=! Soave. 


“Sh Pooor. 


a 
week Aswan ‘" and 
iy cafeteria for 
Personne) Office 
TABLE LIFE INS "to" 
St. BW 


Fi , 8pe " + 
b ED pore, nh ' a A 
| pub yier SERV 


5-day 
Non 

: 

I 

I 


od 
Clerk typist. purchasing 

GOOD JOBS 

ARE LOOKING FOR 
GOOD PEOPLE! 


sey 


eFCY 
SECY.. 


ASST. to press — radio dir., 
, toll. dea €375 
» some shhd $30 


5.5 ° a4 
SDS $900 
ex Ga , under 35 $248 | 
ins rance ‘tratr 250 
hhd., Age 30-40 sons 
Haggerty Empl. Serv | 
18 Pileworth Dr. 8. 8. JU. 5-800 
experienced. whi te 
in person 
4923 Eastern | 


$250 


ypist, 
az 


to mi¢.. 


30 
recep 


am Apply exec. 


Bakery. 


~12 
: Hot the? 28 
ene se to age 


telephone. 


2” $90 
Queens Chapel to agé 35. $36" 6 
ransp 


. Lorraine Hair 


mocern saion in 


(2) seoc.. 
Sh opping Center asso be 
pee, | 


cy: 

EXEC. GSECY.. 
40 

SFCYS. (2) 
15 


» @xperier bees: | Dictaphone, 

volr.| SECYS., 

ext SUPS RY SOR. typi 
rahip fc 0 


tt 
cL $ RK TYPIST. records. gen. of fe 


TY? ISTs. 
cal 


NO REGISTRATION FEE 


owt yy 
m . 


Pt, Bel 
9-5500 


BOOKKEEPING 
MACHINE 
OPERATOR 


Experienced, under 35, 
excellent working con- 
ditions. 


aS50C., 


notice <lks 


Interview hours 
9:30 a. m.-1 D. Mm. or2 Dp 


Elizabeth Pinkston 


PERSONN COUNSELING 
1025 Conn “AY i Rm. 215 
spe peal 

NATIONAL SAVINGS | « seve sontASY 
& TRUST CO. €Ptio ISTS. $50 Oe: sos 


Clerks 
SERVICE. 


EC 
° wg .. insurance 
in Silv pring. 
conditions day 


~ BOOKKEEPER |%& 


Tw 
Remington Rand operator o a ing 
: ° 


cellent 
week. 


‘ nw 
Acounts receivable. 


poseant 
wer 
BLACK 


permanen wor 


ere on “Ponte re. 7 


to 
full charge of Resins "ena general 
_ dedger; salar ones on ¢x- 
perience: week; air-condi- 
tioned office, paid vacniies, Bank- 
ers Mutua! ins ©, 78 Warner 
Bid r By 


Sais, Ae aes ia 


Nationa! consumer. finance branch 

office needs young lady for regu- 

lar office So All earn bene- 
a enasines - 
u 


at Sie ys. 


AETNA 


fe Isian VpICT 
eL ERK-T YPI 


° hr. week. Annual 
Pay nefits: $122.12 
IRD 


LR., 1732 EYE ST 
CLERK-TYPIST 


Sormanee 1% position. NK 


NCR 3000, Accbunts receiva 


pestenee: ermanent. 
ee | 


work i Sener store 
i4 
13071 Est 5. day, 


Lupo, pBEACK IgTONE 
CAFETERIA ASSISTANT 
Monday Through Friday 
40-HOUR WEEK 


ne ekty 
NW 


White. 


employe 
oom h 


eloers at and thas. el ck 
fariy daytime hours. Annu ash bonuses and other su stantial 
sick leave. a other benefits. benefits Call for appointment. 
gs ges SERVICES. INC. 
2st ST. NW, HO. 2-2476 
CLERK -TYPtsT 
and receptionis 


working condit 
oT LuUDity 


ent workin ° — general office typ- 
Vodd. Mech- i. Guties. excei- 
ent n an u 
limited 

ent 


‘ od sal ary. exce) 
ditions. App A to Mrs 
inger Co.. 15t) and Hosts pe 


CASHIERS 
HOSTESSES 


C. F: pance Cor D.. 
Rain 

HO Shop 

1-gir) 


aah apDts 
FE TYPIST ofc. 
Youn women under 35 years 
wretes ably permanent resident of | 
sassmanor area *sire previous! 
rest a' Irent or ,cateteria Suber: ance, Te 
) 


li train for immediate employme 
with Sunday of.| 5-day wk.. permanent pos., race. 


celient starting salary 


} and 3 nights 

Bo Ex-| tions. $55 Wk. to start: will cay $60 
» Meals an ) 

uniforms furnished, 


me c! lerical dut les incl ude 
d wk. after 3 mos. chwartsz 
Brower, 2) ee NE 


APPL 
GLASSMANOR SHOP Clerk-Typist 
Newspaper 


Ries dives Aes Eble to handle clerical 

8 Fon Va to i. mofo 2 Gets = 
$0 

Well-established. The Washington Post 


and Times Herald 
1515 L Street, NW. 


or appt. 


EARN EXTRA MONEY 
FOR CHRISTMAS 


While Working In a Christmas Atmosphere 


Discount Extended Immediately 


Openings in Many Interesting Departments 


SALESWOMEN 


Full Time Schedule 
(S§ Dey——- 40 Hour Weekd 


Part Time Schedule 
(9:30 A.M. to 2 or 2:30 P.MI 


OR 
(@ or 1:30 P.M. to 6 P.M) 


Clerical Positions 


Both Typing and Non-Typing 
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES 
AGE 17 TO 23 


Interesting work in pleasant sur- 
roundings, for both beginners and 
experienced girls; opportunity and 
permanency in a progressive, grow- 
ing company. 
5-DAY WEEK 
8 to 4:30 


Government Employees 
INSURANCE COMPANY 
(Not a Government Agency) 

14th and L STS. 
PLEASE APPLY 
8 A.M TO. 3 P.M. 
AT L STREET ENTRANCE 


A ‘ 


\ 


OR 
Monday, Thursday and Friday lvenings 


OR 
other convenient hours may be arranged. 


FLOOR MANAGERS 


SALESLADIES 
Full Time—Virginia Store 


Apply in Person 


Call  Stounel | 


wot 


FITTER-s eamstress. to fil | and nd alter 


| years 


*©| Columbia Heights Station 


| FOOn 


and salary an ~ Sa on - 
| gusty and commission. Pur 4-8000.|THE MOST RESPECTED 


and | 
bi- | 


Cot oNTER “GIR! 
1251_ N.Y. Ave NE ) 


NURSES 


Opening . 2 ~ ting. poy 
~ poe 9 A. -_ 
without 


Der 
gbarge. 8: "Buburben Meals oy Re- 


- Electrical 
Workers 


MUST BE EXPE- 
RIENCED IN WIR- 
ING, SOLDERING 
AND ASSEMBLY 
OF SMALL ELEC- 
TRONIC UNITS — 
SHOULD BE ABLE 
TO READ WIRING 
DIAGRAMS. 


experienced 
file, and 
hryine 


ae seny- 


to handle ries Sih 
keep UD 
eb 


we oy 
"TIDY iby" 


PAYROLL 
CLERK 


Payroll or similar experi- 
ence required, Permanent 
position offering opipor- 
tunity for advancement. 
Excellent employe bene- 
fits; convenient suburban 
location. 


ms 
ERCO peri Penson 


| MONDA THRU FRIDAY 
DIVISION MELPAR, INC. 
ACF INDUSTRIES 


INC. 
Cc 3909 Arlinsten Bivd 


RIVERDALE, MD. wha eg 


2-V th 


‘Take Arnold bus 11 
to an." ‘ent france.) | 


and E sts. nw 


coats and its ‘| 
m. daily Kot sin. 


FOOD PRODUCTION 
MANAGER 


Salary open. Women 
to work as kitehe 


PAYROL) 3 S c L RK RK—Permanent po- 
tion n 


under 46 BK = 


man-!| Experienced 556 preferred but not 
agers: responsible for fo vrep-| essential: bus¥ board: 5-day week: 
aration and production. In restau-| reply Ry letter stating experience, 
rants and cafeterias College Bret | 1 he na salary 
—~ A 4H en ol required ; “353, Post-TH 
era ene x pportunity to Md 
acvanes, iste Ay resume of PuauMAcrst— Relocate as er 
persona ory an work expe- 

rience to: ” REEL. t528 


P. O. BOX 3408 


n 
WASHINGTON. D. ¢. arate | ludhonw 


- full-time saleama 
wondertul af rtunst 


SUPPLEMENTS —~ Good! 20°4 


TY, 
, Eo ore 370 
Db gARe Rapp 1408 8 Yay rm. 228 


rofes- 
Mrs. | uate or equivaient to assist writer 
| on roject ability t6 dig and or- 


money distributing pationalily ad- 
food supp) eg work 

own hours, be your own boss 
thane for full time enreer wit 
exceptional income in this 
jona] dignified work. Os 


AY—<Active uptown gen-| 
insurance ine oom nee 


hand wee 


SALES 


RENAIRE 


Martins and 
3408 Wisconsin Ave. NW 
$309, 


GIRLS (white) price work Re 
large whojessler 5-4 
Hen, bene its = tha te Mr Delle ott. 


NAME IN THE FREEZER 


HOME ECONOMICS | FOOD INDUSTRY 
| 


GRADUATE 


Major in institu‘ional meanage- 
ment preferred, but will consider | 
iparable experience, Excelient!| 
opportunity to learn and progress! 
im ail phases of large-scale com- | 


Sales Trainees 
mercial food work arly daytime 


fs Monday through Friday, 40- CALL MR PEARLMAN 
Mee| MONDAY OR TUESDAY 
(10:00 A.M. TO 1:00 P.M. | 


Li. 6-0445 


HAS OPENINGS FOR 


con 


hour week. Annus! and sick 
snd ther employe benefits 


GOVERNMENT SERVICES. 
1135 21ST ST. NW 


LIBRARIAN 


TECHNICAL | 
LIBRARIAN | 


BELL 
TELEPHONE 
| LABORATORIES 


academic beck- 
decree 


INC, 


— 


5 Al ES ASSOCIATE 


FULL AND PART TIME 


: of your opp 
0 0 pe r zeae and more! 


, ae while mate 


o* "course. 
ré acvertising and 


ares! 


Techaical 
grou an ne Re te 
= 


r us for an ap- 
po intment. Interviews at your con- 
venience. 


Whitney & Co., Inc, 
Investment Securities 


Shoreham Bidg. 
EXecutive 3-0923 


mo exper)- 
reel! lent salory nd 
benevite pac 
working con 
ings at 

Set isa > Jeseay 
near Summit 


WASHINGTON 
INTERVIEWS 


Company Representatives 
Will be in Washington 
Mon.-Tues.-Wed., 
(Dec. 5-6-7) 


PHONE District 7-4643 
On Above Dates Only 


Or Mail Your Resume to: 


BELL 
TELEPHONE 
LABORATORIES 


Whippany, New Jersey 


ted ree rie. 


SALESWOMEN 
WILL CALL CLERKS 
GOLD STAMPERS 
OFFICE CLERICALS 


Full and Part Time Positions 


Immediate Employee Discounts 


BECKERS 
1314 F ST, NW, 


KANN’S 


Personnel Office, 4th Floor 
‘7th, 8th and Market Space, N.W. 


KANN’S VIRGINIA 


' PERSONNEL OFFICE, 2nd FLOOR 
3401 North Fairfax Drive 
Arlington, Virginie 


ACT NOW 
THERE IS STILL TIME 
TO GET YOUR 
CHRISTMAS JOB 
AT 
WOODWARD & LOTHROP 
COME IN TOMORROW 
WE NEED 
SALESWOMEN 
TO WORK 
5 DAY, 40 HOUR WEEK 


OR 


11:30 to 3:30 
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 


You do not need experience, we will train 
you for one of these interesting jobs. 


IMMEDIATE DISCOUNT 
EXCELLENT WORKING CONDITIONS 
GOOD STARTING SALARY 
TRAINING WITH PAY 


WOODWARD & LOTHROP 


OFFICE—9TH PLOOR 
MAIN BUILDING - 


expected Box | 


SALESLADIES 
AOE 238 


$44 PER WEEK 


v@ Povltions 5 dars 


a 

— 

Ss, som wk. 

§ DAYS—@ HOURS he hee ie 9 
CRETA : 


" Oa ust ¥. offic Ir 
avauiability. va Ue. tpeate 


eo 


fs! 


see 


eR. *® openings in sew 

teresting departments on 
women A im ro > 
type 5 da 


Russell Stover Candies 
1343 F ST. NW. 


rt time 2. heqgery 
and ra _ pee 
ni 


pa. 4 ay at a 


SECRETARY 
CLERK-TYPISTS 


ITIONS AVATLAB ron om ay 
Aaa ce a 
ADVANCEM _ — 


etter dresses, mus 
have experience: salary very inter- 
esting. Voense 


nights .. 
RA béaeh, 
SALESWOMEN 


make $80 


rei ave. 


How would you like te 
per sale and = 3 out f pros- 
pects. car ry sl OT 

for “oppoistment. Mr 
Henry, 11-4. “ns 


SALESWOMEN 


Pull or part-time selling positions 
avaliadlie in our jadies sory 
and better Tees “Ge. 


Convenient suburban 
location. 
Permanent 
of this 


resident 
area pre- 


sports Wear 
partments 


APPLY YMENT OFFICE. 


M 335 ferred. 
RALEIGH HABERDASHER | — 
i320 F vo PRIDA 
SEAMETRESS—Valet PS mi pet he a0 A Fa . 


ae mcd MELPAR, INC, 
"I 


~~ S PERN 
‘OPF JE DAVIS J 


‘Take Arnold 2-V bus from 
and E sts. aw 


' 


3000 ARLINGTON 

PALLS CHURCH. 

re} an 

ili 1 me ace office detaiis 
ride CHETARY top notch. with ad- 

mi nistrative experience. aoe 30- 40. ) 

for respon le : 

ing trede assoc 

conditioned 


134 
to plant entrance 


conven! ent 
5-dy. week. vax 
urance. ven a) benef! its. SECRETARY for janurance depart 
Phone Mr. Cook EX. 3-7413 ment of National Association. 
ben 


SECRETARY erienced, many euiploves 


orty -hour z da week, 
NATION ALI Y-KNOWN firm desires! 468 35 ME. 2450 
nteliigent young lady SECRETARY, < brewdent ogee 
| tee ro der 30. Must have initiative located 
end be able to Assume respon-| niy « bear 
sities. shorthand 110-120. typing! A via a omente 
Good starting salary. Excei- “poe ition &-da 
working conditions DE. | ir conditioned office - 
| CATIONS: Excellent shorthand 


act 
lent 


sche tKny- who is ie comple lete! 
mi 
et perk with 


5 
5-dey. 40-hour! 
— 


> la- 
proce- 
dure ‘ona int- 
mum of sur ervisi ion 
salary 665. Call 
yt -3a8 0- Morteace loan department of 
Good iob Sieh National | 
esiring permanent —y BOP — = ~ - oa Bere 

COMPANY! interview only See "Ve Jon 
Pemeaie raise in- Ryron. Citizens Bank of t Maryland. 

renaes. ant 244. Riverdale. Ma. 


wg —TO $80 


hae 


SECRETARY- 
STENO 


(UNDER 135) 


2am 
SECRETARY. 


Por market research 
EXPERIENCED ONLY 

EAL TORS-BUILDERS Ores 
Rep! he. > *f 
. Post-i8 

iF Core 


Rete Sar aat Bee sone Ee 
SERVICE 
REPRESENTATIVE 


Recent college seceste See for inter- 
esting office position with National 
com pany. Complete training pro- 

no typing r quired, ——, n- 
public. Phon ise 
le 


anys Rest 


and 
We are & stable and « 
proeressl* r@ compa 
ing vieasant condit! 
many company bene 


DI. vind ece 261 


Between 9A. M.& 5 P. M. “tert gone 
eee eoheR — 
General office work: permanent 

~ag wees Josep 
on —~ De ‘Young. 13 6 FS St. J a 
days required. ST. 3- 4 | Stenog "Bookpr —$4000 
nw _ rhe George Washington | or <0. excel, ti — 
nivers : Al ITOL HILL 
MANY : de 
and 97-hour week 83000 to 
NATIONAL cared SERVI 
th Dl 


u nder 
Cc 


35 
84500 


yrs.) BT. 3-3666 
BOY" S, "tor. 12th & G 
i sition STENOS,, GOOD RED s70 


rn een 


exper. 


cE 
EX 35-7270 


Dent 


SEC RET sRY — 


"erm 


peer 
7. ~¢ 338 


or r nensur ed wit 
experience. White ‘he % 
ative -Bookpr.—$4200 up) 


i che. Bookpr.. light shorthand 
: 43) $8¢ 


pe $33 
COUNTER Fou NTAIN OIRLS ry 
$75 ‘S| .. $22.50 


WAITRESSES, ex 
HOME NURSE. 


: exp. 


“GRACE DUNN 
N 


plus tips 
live | 96 
plus quarters 


(RE. 727-2868) | NATIONAL EMPL. SERVICE 
ecal, pri or legal ex; | 719 11TH ST. NW, __ 2D FLOOR 
2. , Sas). youn 


re ivalent portunity advancement. 
—- pleasant working conditions, 
a wee l t 


SSCESTARY 


oor a — 

ay! for airl Between B a8. “38: portu cman 
ntown 

working 1 Winer 5: 


> ROAD soma 
Prefer ‘roune 
but will ‘conaider 
yy “positon, 
work. 
STONE PAPER. TUBE GO. 
900 Prankite ©. WS. 


STENOGRAPHER 
NEWSPAPER 


a fest and 
stenographer and 


: Vaeages 


mate sw oat 
See ABBEY First 


-. 
st ay. 


“4 
Beginner stenos. 
r 
goer. £0 
ecy.. pud 
y.. enil 
ictaphone Secs 
Recept. steno 
y (IBM 


own 
+ a ofs 
wo 44g 


advertising 
bour week. 
insurance ben 


0 Apply bet. 9 aM, and 2 P.M, 
The Washi DEPARTMENT 
ington Post 
and Times Herald 
1515 L Street, NW, 


exec.), paid. vacations, group 


iva . " 
Clerk-Typist, mesasine 
TV 


Statistical Typ 
Beginner 
Giri Friday. type 
SECY.-STENOG.—Permanent 

tion. with advancement $ re a4 
teresting and varie uo. wo short. 


RAPHE aS — Pasi. 
enced. or more days Der 
temporary fu time 
SECRETARY .- assignments f lat 

ome position. 44 
cern in Penn 
cond multiple 
teeomene 
e an 


KR, 
consuitin 


YOUNG WOMEN! 


TELEPHONE COMPANY 


Attractive Positions 


VARIOUS TYPES OF WORK 
New Higher Pay Schedules 
Now in Effect 


APPLY EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 
725 13th Street, N.W. 


Monday th Friday 
8:30 AM.—S:00 P.M. 


THE 
GHESAPEAKE & POTOMAG TELEPHONE CO. 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIVES HERALD 
— Sunday, Nowember 27, 1955 DS 


ile ee : 79 
APTS., FURNISHED UNFURNISHED 04 
7 


~ eee 
AIR-CONDITIONED | BELLE VIEW 


CARILLON HOUSE ION MT. VERNON BLVD. 
2500 WISCONSIN AVE. NW.'SCHOOL ON PREMISES 


STENOS 


TYPISTS Waitresses 


AND 


TEMPORARY 


EARN 


XMAS MONEY 


JOIN THE STAFF oF 


“KELLY GIRLS” 


WHO EARN MORE 


MONEY LIN THE 
VERY BEST FIRM 
vinta Toran BS FI N t 


RARY OFFI “8 
DIATE a 
DAYS OR A FEW WE 


NO PEE FOR PLACEMENT 
YOU WORK ON OUR PAYROLL 


RUSSELL KELLY 
REPRESENTED BY 


FIELDS AGENCY | 
ST. 3-5448 


723 SHERATON BLDG 
711 14TH ST. NW. 


ai ‘part time 
Executive typewriter 
772, onda 

TEACHERS iWhite )- 


Call E 


Now and Sept 
Baltimore 
Ba res N Charies 
stimore 
tr ACERS Waite 
ial 


to operate small switchboard 
some gen Seeds ye work Ly da 


Eichisom 1121 34 sth oN Ww 


PIST—Young lady with +. 


pts.. Arling 
Vs. NO PHONE CAL La 
sT-cLERK — An es 
research organization needs a typ- 
ist whe can handle manuscripts 
: he 
, comgenial working a 
opportunity for advancemen! 
should outline educa 
experience Write Rox 
~~ at figures hi 
4 wom .2 


pm 

iol N Alfred” 

) ifred st 

eh | — Approximate 

{ a wgton Regional 
44s ly nw 

~7130 A We. ‘the 

A. mt 


KI 
Alex 


Offic 
u - 
hours of: 

o. 12 noon Gaily. 


TYPISTS 
(Temporary) 


BEE 


_ YOUNG WOMAN 


perwn, on ae 
: wanted Ter 
counter. Must 


CAR HOPS 

Openings 

rer BETHESDA 

=s4-ONN. AVENUE 

x onties SILVER SPRING 

ce ens 20 GLASSMANOR 

well agar ee a GENERAL Sago 

| AREA 


Interviews at Shoes 


P. O. Box 3408 
Columbia Heights Station Immediate 
WASHINGTON. D. C. 


m so © ny eer Week 
ine Chiat 8 


CRETARITS 


our Cor- 


to sell Guardian 
Aoely i116 
2 noon 


ith car 
for Christmas 
190 t.m ttl 


selling our fin 
aids EED 


now — & 
dreds openings. 
enre.l| immed. for 
FR_SHER cou 
we results 
TDs. est 
& © sts. 


EMPLOY! MENT ‘Cot Neel Loe 
on 
| ABREY PERSONNEL Oren x % 


D, C. EMPL. EXCHANGE 


AND COLORED 
\s 


WOMEN 
Age 2! to 45 


- 


‘cel ) 


To train for light assem- 
bly work. Factory ex- 
perience desirable but 
not necessary. 


Weekly 
cellent tins 
and wurut 
rushed 
DHositons, 


salary, ex 


meo's 
fur 
Permanent 
paid vaca- 
sick leave 
insurance and 


rms 


| 
: 
| 


APPLY IN PERSON 
Planers i fall kinds) te $40 
35 


Nurses’ 
HO. 2-4218 
LINDA A. MATTEO — 


SUITE 16 
oa GG COUNW 


riOns, : 


8 AM. TO 4 P.M. 


qroup 


| employee discounts 
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY .| 


MELPAR, 
INC. 


1211 South Fern St. 


OF? JEFFERSON DAVIS 
HIGHWAY 


ME. 84411 

Supplement the fam 
and at 
same ftime wor 


| POINTS WITH PRIDE TO 

| PRESENT JOB OPENINGS IN 

THE FOLLOWING FIELDS: 
AOORVEE ITT. 


PERS 
Vt LEGE GRA 


income 


sleasant surround- 


DS 
OPES 


APPLY YOUR LOCAL 
Hot Shoppe, 


Or Employment Office 
1341 G St. NW., Rm. 200 


Inc. / 


| 
| 
| 


associates 
. wy 


ant 

pA ; rec sthve 

waeres foday — ase SECRETARIES INCOME +40- $60 

: ew $100 wk.. Typists rid 
Bookkeepers & Jr : 


* New 


Arlington, Va 


spare 


YOUNG LADY 


high 
to 


me re cer ‘SAFIONA. COUNEECLORE al 
dave if jo 1101 


for 100 
: 


Ace |8 to 30. White, 
schoo! graduate. Type 45 
50 w.om., for general office 
work. Permanent position 
mediate opening. 5-day week 
Aoply Mrs. Shelton 
Charles G. Stott & Co. 
1310 N. ¥. Ave. NW 


Im- 


HELP, _ DOMESTIC 
BI BUTiEn | and : ok : , Ww 


%\ 


Takoma 
Rockville 


Alexandria 
Spring 


Head 


in 
Silver 
Indian 
ere? 8 OU v 
extra money bul cs PER ONNE 
y< Gn » I 


“COOK. Hoot 


bath and TV 


service -_ 
accepted as 0 


roeon 


_ gusiitcations, ” Bor ma7o.| HELP, MEN & WOMEN 17 


Post T 


(White) Temporary assignment 

enns through om he 

gibi f permanent 

later. "5. Gay. 40- Nour week. ‘Ani ual 
sick leave Em fe. 
ly person bet ween a) 


NATIONAL | 
GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY 


_ Sra and n Streets N 


dictating machine 
me erical 


fxPiat- CT Rs oua 
fi rork : 
EL 6-3025. } 


: + Be r 
eatar’ - 
YYPi<t. young lady to a 
' eT) \ ° 
ti benefit ply : 


VARITYPE 
OPERATOR 


PPI EMPLO’ MENT 
‘HOT SHOPPES, 


Mil GO 8ST. N.W. 


WAITRESS 


(White) 
18-35 


OFFICE 
IN 


ROOM 200 


| 


Fo experience necessary 
ti train: permanent posit 
Apely im person 


COPPER SKILLET 


1234 CONN. AVE 


WAITRESSES 


Nig? work. 5-1. A ply in rson, | 
Loren DON Pr SHO 1309 | 


we 
ion. 


SY 


Room 331 


International Business 


PART ~FIME-FPULL 


AG LGENTS ve hy - 4 sell ft tte 


7 > 
,@ 


; Guar 
les + i olesalers, 
we isiand ave. ne 


"ARTISTS (6) 


Men or women. $2.50 
to $4 per hr. for quali- 
fied artist commercial, 
oil, pastel, etc. Apply in 


ey 


Golden Opportunity 


You can have financial secur! tn 

1956 Ar interest a 

exc unique. eaduca’t 
CEDOTTERE ST Ph 


detal 


ty 
in “HOU SF eu 


‘i 


0B 


vou 


ing One ar 

fi oa one AD . 

4-3338 for G H WW ~—Li 
c 7 


UNUSUAL CAREER 
FIELD OPEN 

Er 

STEMS WORK WITH Ww 


EDPM | 


ELECTRONIC DATA 
PROCESSING 
MACHINES 


REQUIREMENTS 
Business systerns knowledge 
| or 
Experience in writing 
instructions for operat 
of electronic computing 
machines 


INTERVIEWS DAILY 


1220 19TH ST. N.W 
RE, 7- 3705} 


O00 
GHuw "ae ot 


7s 


pos! - : 
ABS EY 


Many 
n 5.85 
OND EL. 3017 3 NW 


out, 


e7rmn + : 
rier 
nee 


ce A 
we 
af 


_ 
_ 


- 
G, Hl A. 


{ai 


- 
~ 


, WORKER a AW. COOK 

A Fe : 
sE EEPER Companio 

> an ight bewsew 

. KE "amin 

°K FEPER—To ih 

am” fan 


expe 

1980 HOt 
; ester Oo 

COUPLE " e aan es. 
fiance : MOUS 

EMI .Y : akel — 

> ets . ‘A 


sANITOR and 


Will train 
iation. Car 


: 
ekieciaadt (or women 

these with art anprec 
sess Ses . §- 7o79 
TY 


wnite ‘infant s ou 
PIST. —Par' LADIES 


_ 
woek EXCHANGE, 
19th «t. nw } 81 
WHITE WoMkn fo care “tor year 
lieaht housework tart $20 Wk 
e) = fare ic. Alex. RI. 9-0736 
LIVE IN—Middle ace. white. ¢ hs 
’ nice saccommoda- 


$59 
924 


. 


ry 


WAITTRESSES 
AND 
CAR HOPS 
WEEKEND WORK 


wit us 
nil In 
and 
hot isf 
2 mS bet 
A — 
COLORED — Mal ids . day work- 
ATE EM AG Fy 


credit mer 
appearance 


Immediate ermanenst 
openings for weekend work 
ah 7} lent tips 
} Liform 


4 


shed 
benefits, 


wv ch Di. T 


. SITUATIONS, MEN 
BOOnSES PER. 


: 


als f 
empl yee 


' cashier 


Machines Corp. 


LL. TiIME—<20 

k min.) Marehall Field fomii 

enterprise has local open: | 

the v Md. | 

reas for a few ambitious women. | 

education one | 
ppor 


te. ‘execullve oF work- 
European trained. Ddanqueis. 
desires permanency high-cl ass 
el of country club. AD. 4 13 
| eDITORIAL Research Man 
ence in 
publications 
ah univers! ty 
vieor?g 


APPLY 
HOT SHOPPES, INC. 


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 
G &t. NW Room 


. - 


11 200 


and 
et interw! ew 
appointment al. 4 a4 HELP, ?, WOMEN te 


-_—— 


LAST CHANCE 
FOR CHRISTMAS EMPLOYMENT 


THE HECHT CO. 


LAST CLASSES BEING FORMED THIS WEEK 
Apply Monday—All 3 Stores 


SALESWOMEN 


CASH 


NOTE THESE IDEAL WORKING HOURS 
AT OUR WASHINGTON STORE 
FULL-TIME, 5-DAY WEEK 
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, 9:30 TO 1:20 OR LATER 
AT OUR SILVER SPRING STORE 
FULL TIME, 5-DAY WEEK 


MONDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY NIGHTS, ALL DAY SATURDAY 


OU 


FULL-TIME, 5-DAY WEEK 


4 DAYS, MONDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 


Good Starting Salary 


APPLY EMPLOYMENT OFFICES 


THE HECHT CO. 


WASHINGTON 
F St. at 7th N.W, 


Fenton St. and Ellsworth Drive 


tenor » walls) 


Venetian biinds. 
bs age 


7 
"anythine 


Post- 


SITUATIONS, WOMEN 


—_—__ 
INFANT'S nurse. child development 
hospital training 

&. 10 


AT 


PRACTICAL NU pase avail lable Call 
58942 or LU 4-8623 
ancer -TYPIST or ones Col. ex- 
per., some bookkeeping; neat, By u- 
rate Call T. B. Coward AD. 4 
SECT. Spanish degree. excel. ex 
rés position. Box 9686. Post. TH 


SITUATIONS. DOMESTIC 21 


G.H.W.—Mon.. Tues. Fri.. 7:30 to 
3-30 p. m.. excel. refs MO. 3-5210 
rf work by ,dey “District 
7-587 


desires ‘das wk. full. 

part time, day or night. TU. 2-7817 

LADY wants GOH.W. or child care | 2 
ST. 53-0197 


WANTED —Domestic work, thk snd| 
care 5 or 6-¢. wk. Li 9842 ) 
r fs 


ay ees ires days wo 
ex D. C. AD. 32-8272. 
gp in Ma. ¥ me permanent ghw. . 
} day or 5 days. N 20 
COL. GIRL” desires 5 
Lbk. and child care. 

OkED—Call us tor Fellable | CO 
maids. cooks, day woruere _—- Po 
a me STATE AGCY.. AD D 

irk des wy day's a3 a | 

Oat, iss 


vata 4-89 
COLORED “ei L desires art time | 
or part-time work. CO. & 

cor. . LADE, part- -time work morn- 


GIL —. 
xeel refs 


ys work 


IERS CLERKS 


OR 
Tart NATIONAL COUNSELLORS | 


for screened employes, ME 
ROOMS, FURNISHED 


ADAMS Le - 
sing\e maid — phone; best 


: “home ' 


OR 


: H.—Masier bedrm "Bal. | 
bath gentleman rE. 
ALEX.—Attrac rm; 

cellent bus service 
BLEX.—Master bedrm 


ear Pent 
rieycucw’ A 


R PARKINGTON STORE 


5. §. W.. 
newly furn. near 14th & léth ats. 
Cor abt. 


_ oF 


OR 


a. oe 

~-1005 
ok; pr. 
AGL. N.—Nr. 


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Training With Pay 


mmediate Discount 


catiyoe nea aed 
chit Y Chik — 


= ‘ ae all home_ 
pry md * 
Bot Ok RD.. 1a57—35 BO wk sal. | 


ete Ee Peek 


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ed lady 
aie & NESE ik A—Chee 
rm.. 2 closets. ReEat space. conv. 


docetion. EM. 
NN AVE 
large 


L amet 


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Vic.—1919 i9t, NW. 
: windows. co uni- 


PARKINGTON, ARL., VA. 
Glebe Rd. and Wilson Bivd. 


SILVER SPRING 


Ear hear 
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9-10 A 
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D ‘entown ME 


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B-0 xt 
“tT. Nw 1s Front “fpoom. 
50 
10. 
working: nights. 
De. 2 93 


, 506—Sel. 24-hr. 
1376, Kit privilege : 
1734——D Ltown: 
single — ‘double 


NW = MiKo room. 
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nad.38 


Id 
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clean. 


. NW. 1508. Mice single 
f | shower: $6.2 25 wk 

WW. _Bpacious. cheery rm.; : or 
adults, near NIH. NNMC, trans- 


: Goan 

for ica emes ie unlimited 
>. . 

''§6— Ati Pacts . 
and bedrm.. next 

to. ‘bath. “private. ‘home OP PO nes 
r Beoit Circle 


p.m 


gen‘ leman 


The Churchill.” 
wa.er: 87 up. 


fir. front. 


; wk. 
1721. cle. rm 
ry? 7 A |4 


5. 5. MD —Univ, | jane oft N XH ave 


extra is 
ine private. bath, “UE. 4- 
ST. larie 

l person 


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> OUR 
j Arkin 
ILOEN ST 
a ‘ 


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79° 
as rele 


ovely 


30TH sy. 5 
apt.. semipvi 
GORDON HOTEL. 
Down sown Spec 


£05 
rewist 
Church 


4 . 
for " eer an 


Om eater 
m 5 


2.50 wk. up: next 


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water or pvt. 


path ith ok. oe hotel sery 
WHY PAY- MORE? 
ONLY 86.50 WEEK 
134) L. ST. 
~ EMERY- GEORGIAN HOTEL — 


1412 G ST. NW 
weekly amd monthiy rates 


. 


| 


I NION STA. vee in 
ont rm.: gent’n.; 


 —— 


Bnecia! 


. manager. 
ast AC TIVE front room. beet le 
cation; private hom NO - 5844 


PARK CE} FRAL 
APT.-HOTEL 
EXCELLENT 


Location—Rooms—Service 


Rea 


sonable datiy and 
rates £ 


Light housekeepin 


1900 F ST. NW. 
ME. 86-0540 
“HAWTHORNE HOTEL 
2134 G ST. NW. 


Newly decorated. moderately priced, 
sale. and oe Se ppm. 


maid serv 
a all 


WNITOW eT 5 
Quiet. home-like: nice 
rm 24-hr PBA: éi 


» VIVIAN H 


raid, trans. 
Belm —Large 
bath. &it. “330” mo. NO 


COLORED. 3608 13th | st “pW. —Wiee- 
ly rm n pr 


oeivi. 


Ca re. 
. rm ti priy. Li. 4- 2599 
I nw — -Lee rm 
: $10 wk... 


i front 
ie 0837 
Neatly Far 
: reliable emp 


, ae — Eels 
4 


aaa 


st. & 
privs. LI. 4-0927 
Cc i ORED—Rice room, ali privileges 


5 Anacostia ave ne Warm 
, home p rive. LU. 2 2-997 
“Tat at. 

tik 


i’ J 
privis.: 


Se) 
franee "HO 
2-3034 
oth anc . 
refined lady wal lv 
COLORED—Siil 1 
and dbl: home privis.: 
ear 156 


“WE Lee mm. 
LI. 75124 

ave nw sg! 

on Ga. ave 

—wN ;. newis dec. front rm.. 
résD. Man. woman or cpie 
re) to everything. Li. 3-7127 

COL.—+4510 Jo! h 

bath TU. 32-1150 

COL——2 08 l4th 


kit pr ivL 
COL 


rm 
Nw double front 

da pels take children. HU 

0 

840 month 


Tarsce rm ane 
COL... 


1314 ny 
wt F asa child 


“OLO ORED, 3132 i?th &t. N 
Lee. double frt. rm. in quiet, Py 
fined home; conv. trans 


COLORED NES AIT F 
OL. Sit 1 a 6- 
pate a; Gen 

9-193" 
vier chi in 

Pa nar Lars a, eamall 
kit iv ys y urn 

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OL 1617 tith NEL—Nicely 

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rm. nm privis. mi “6767 


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—_— | Ser 
TOE Men & Wom. 22) Cot —Quiet room ; elder! 7 aries tian BROADNOOR. Bachir —_ 
— occ . 


an. home privis ls, HO 2-3 
‘COLORED — [41 S st. } 
peds: 2 men, $6 a: 68 
man 


COL va “it eh Baht me, 2 
~ 4 ad 
“Boiibte, = 
oe line 
3% 2715 Stn ne le. rm ma 
4. Pre AD. 2-352 


Rm. 


pl. per- 
“ebi4 


ARRAG ST * 
rivl: trans. TA. 
ROOMS, iS 26 


i3 TOR 2 ¢ rms. for bus. lady; 8m. &it 
bath: “newly dec. DU. 717-8686, Ext. 


503 Sak 
Li eas rms. y He, pais, ae 
; 655 mo. LI. after 
Te Pri. Sat, till 12 noon Sun 
aw. 
3 3490 af 
SOL—NE. large rm... empl, couple 
or single lady. N 7-646 


HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 


let st 
. WE. 2- 


AK AS AVE. NN. W.. 4124--Mas- 
_ bedrm.. pyt. bath; ‘newly fura.; 
Tas & i6th St. transp. TV. 


rns wpres, rel 


110 
oT a 3 Mies. rms. ws 
ei re 


gentl: id we: quiet cae 
Mak sham wne 
s? wk 5639 


monthly 


twin beds, | 


— —Rooms. | 


TA. | 


, turn. 


ah 
: : bath. 


1919 16th N W.-—Laree studio bed 


UPONT 
Hampshire Ave. N 
trac turn. 

7 

pen for ins 
FEDERAL R 

ork Ave 


“. DUPONT CIRCLE 1700 Church Bt. 
ge ; 


asin mt. Circle 
pane and 4 

’ _eeaity 
ay "A +4, *, 
COL. "a CHtion. 
ge. rm. comp 
COL LORED— 


s13 50 week. 3 
COL.—1i83i Kalorama, rd. nw. furn 
a Th : §-32 


cy 


Ot,—N 2 ‘Tm. 
cnila_aeeepted.. UL, 3-252 
furnished Bs! unfurnished 

1 iid e sentie- 

] ne WA. 5.9435 


WITH BOARD 29 


Close 
&. 


he kit 


ROOMS 
ALEX.—Men only 
Cony. loc. Rea Ki 
ARL.—Home seed meals. 6\ days 
s A ng ~ 1 block is bus line. semi- 


ts trens 
7905, 


moals. close- in 
2 nr a TA 2. 
COL RD. NW... 
rm 2 aa enals das 
Young couple 
HECATUR NW 
Fiderte Ya flee 


ba free 

_Srensp. DU 716 4 

; -o—Youns peo- 
ant 

ee N Hiamo. ave 

>. Sei. an thers 


hore! 


cLon. MASON. 
a6 30.  % 


WESLEY HALL 


ae In 


MASS. 


1426 2ist ST 


+> 


WOODLEY Pi 
bed rmi irt 


ROOMS, BOARD WANTED 29A | 


\“ aad, by coreg. 

a home. GCG 
vicinity *f possibdie Call RE’ 
CHitw CARE 


OAK GROVE Day 
are a pickup and 


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niversit) 
7-5296 


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Lady. wi th give aes are to shh dren 

-87 

7 

| Ane Nt narky” “‘inTants to ; years 
Pree pickup. Kindergarten, 
Sat. Hot meals, White, JO 
4.HOUR or day: 


COLORED LADY 


rst : : 
home. JU. 8-37 
desires child 
$10 week 


D LAD 
in private home; 
Lyman p) 


ile 
‘CONVALESCENT HOMES 32 


| cen REE EERE ERENT 
THE MANUEL REST HOME is situ-| 
ated at the foothills of a beautiu 
mountain where your ioved one 
gets the very best of care. Night 
and day. 24-hour nursing care 
Milk cream an ter fron 
Guernsey < freah country cass. 
our good ms our 

Vv reasonable rates 

spection is ay ted. For fu 


food 


. 
write 
"4 
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or 
, “flllsbore 


APTS., FURN. or UNFURN. = 


HY aa pov ute. Ma 5301 De atu 
mbd.. zit. © h. $h2.5 
oe: is ine tn 4. M543. 
aPr- Ht NTING Made Easy! ‘Caus 
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al 
4 5400 
' 7. 
incl 341 
2-0092 


col T309. “Rhode sland Ave... 
: ; ponte dec 


furn of) 


- “Apt. 
eorgia ave. cariine 


APTS., FURNISHED 


21-2 Ra > 2438. 
18th. 


) 0 
i? ven aT. § - BE ids 5—Bemt. 


ous 
ALEXANDRIA—Charn ing 2-bedrm 
apt in ry mial town house ” hy 
: with replaces, 

super mod. kit are laun- 
dec. and furn 
sheps. tran 


rm 
tile bath 


“Dd 


22. ee FC 
ALEXANDRIA | ge 


One bedroom living room ap ae 
kitohen, bath bik to 
theate an 

to Washingt 

UNFURNISHE! 


RIVERVIEW APTS. 
{1116 ¥._Pitt st 


aN. NCOSTIAP ri 
—_ ng an —y 
ils Bendix washe 
. $89.50. "Le. 2-9682 tu 
4-7926 i a BO 
ANACOSTIA—Pyi liv rm bedrm 
util 


(78 < 6268 
aT 
apt 10 
2 3043. ' 

of 


> 
Avall_nov. 


ar. iy r.. 
conven $08 J-igs0 
Pamily 

hotel. JA 
$04 KE 5.4815 

— let man. bache! or 


bedrm 
$1 25 eftic. 
‘ 


coupe | bik "bu us, 
Protestant home 


; bath, | | 
view S65 | 
"eaunl ® pre 


ARL.—Emop slaved 
unlimited pimen 
JA 8.8699 

| BELTS VLA eS modern rms 
gous cor ly 


sloved 
Setieg. ‘WE i818 
OLLIN 


= WAYNE TERRACE PPTS. 
a Yate DINING ROOM 
1 BED ROOM—$89. 30 
INCLUDES ALL UTILIT 
Newly Geseres ed. newly turnin ned 
storage /m ties 
IO. 2-10 eve- 


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> 


En 


| 


gs. 6 
BOLLING FIELD Vic., 58 Forrester 
St.—l-bedrm. apt.. RA. 35-6114 


RIGHTW | 

CONCORD GARDENS | 

. iv. rm., dinette. kit. and 
near ohare hes 

adults: availabie! 
1301 Missouri ‘ave 

RA. 6-335 6 


’ : a 
1O1, 


>t : 
- | 


: 
ath, t condition 
fully furnished janitor 
ot 1. RA 53-4632 

BIL Eawi= rm " 

bright ond cheer- 


“ 
2534. 
“fick soe Er = Abit tal. Em-| 
and | 
bath. KIL. ane 
c APITOL PLA 
mode elev ator bulld! ae. 
e Capito grounds. 
‘ ancy a tas 
fully decorated efficiency at 
home away from 
efficiency at $138 
nnoett. EX ~2536 
BHARNON, «& ¥ LUCHS 2% 14th at 


Ne 
LUMBIA RD. 4 1978 NW.—Ta- 
we value; beautifully furnished 
and decorated 
*-”* rm 


: 


r 3 


FI -bed- 


bedr 


Tat 

pvt 

perch, Hollywood 

be artistically furn 
£8 

CONGKESS 5. ——Avallabie 

now attractively furnished 1. & & 2- 

r Be 


ds. vene ‘bias. 
EM 7 


me OS ls ts api.. 
child 71-82% 
FALLS cn RCH 
kit th 


raLis CHURCH, Tyler Gardens-— 


Ge SEORGETOWN- 
\ge 


ath , 
ae: _— a8 


LINC OLN PARK 


a... § ve 
MAT Y*t.AND 


250. 
| Br. 


— BACHELORS or officers. 
m at 


immac lately clean, | 
or 2 @ 


ted. THE CLIFTON, 


i iar kitchen and 


bath: inasoned 


room, 
porch. 


ema. 
ST. 
nicel ’ Rg 


3.rm. bamt. apt.; p 
$75. inci. wtil 
108 


‘$19—3-rooms. vrivate! 
eleame. LU. 4-4850. 
Liv, rm., bedrm 


duplex 


a 


eer 
JE. 232-2210 


= houses 


GEORGE TOWN 
ing- ng room 


pedro om a 
,* tractively 


—Excep. 


twin 


160. wti 
me! Call CO 


well-furn.. 


furn. 


1+ AFYRACTIVE- Upper y 
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, : 
good | 

23 
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09 


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AREA—Very peat 
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a -37 


= ’ 


$60 | 


: 


bid¢. | 
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able | modern Adu its oniy 
. ‘anito 


AVE N.W., 1820—Flev 


3343 ith 
, oa Gr 


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PLE AUANT. Com? 
ose come xit 
£79 59 


trane 


F. RAIN 32 sist 


peasy ate entrance ities 


. 815. P 


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442 


: CLIFTON | MANOR APTS. 


EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS 


reo! 


recently om 
and 


fiding. oc#utl 


urnished oY 
fo fP5 


ee bie ay eis’ 


ERTENDES ¢ 
On watd SEERVICE O $700 
ae rw WITH 


- w tegora ec + 


Doroth 


LINEN "AnD matD 


over 
ma 


cretarial service, sundeck 
ooking entire y amp ed 
ter television antenna 


rage | ities; i2 
White YWouse. 
Your iInepection 


CALL EM. 2-8800 


st | 
min ites "om 


invited 


a O-ELEVATOR ND 
SWITCHBOARD sen Vic 7 
pecdrm.. tiv. rm 


lar 
e514 

. RM. BEDRM 
8mith Penk an and Agricu! ture 
DL 17-0448 

Ww 
bath 
inci My . , “it, 5- 503 


NEW. MODERN 
GARDEN.-TYPE APTS. 
AT 


GLASSMANOR 


ULTRAMODERN FEATURES ARE 
1 and 2 Bedrooms 


New Modern Purniture 
Parking Ar eas and Equipped 


DAY—WEEK——MONTH 
Rates for Transients and 
Serm-Permanent Residents 


linens, 
min 


Son 


dishes, 


e comp!) 


equipped 
TV. etc 


3-day m 
210 Winthrop 8st 


(‘Off 4900 
tol Bt 


ATTRAC, furn 
Diex conv : 
til IR cl, , 5009 _N 
zi 
3-O277 

~ 4 

‘Inoutre 


| COLORED- 


ST, trans.: utlis "tu s: 
RHODE Ist id AVE. > 
room apt. siso 2 Troon 
we rooms nea couple 


T OPK —. * cbedrms.. rm ., am 
rm rit. $110 
children accepted ny 
TAKOMA Pk. MD.—-Sunny terrace 
apt. Knotty pine td fm.: bedrm 
shower gicsiv furn.. | 
near bts $8? fu sy 
TAKOMA PARK New 2-1 ots = Mee 
ivil ; ge ite 
teunars and washer 


-, wy. 


TAKOMA PARK, D. C., 7101 Chest-| 22 


nut «st nw.—Z laree cormer rooms, 
, . & 


: 0. RA. 33-0519. 
FAKOMA PARK. 

rms. and bath, 3 exposures 
garage. utils. furn adult 


TAKOMA PK.—867 50 ™o. Liv 


WERSTER S¥. NE.. 186—Duplex 


WOODLEY “L. a 


aiso i-bedr. ap 
WOODRIDGE — 1807 
rm. apt. nr. 2? bus lines 

oe ine! share bath 


NE 
per veek, 


RVOMING AVE. BW. i1816—Nicely 
cony. é& 


Bearm 
cit. aot ~— ‘ente. | 
$90 m 6-0171 


St. H. 
rm... cme 
RA > alae 
eTH TW. Nea tesco! 7 fure.. prt 


us. 


Lo -4790 | 


aot. pt. 3 
ce} 
790. * x? 9499. | 


newly dec.. nic 
Pris 2D mo LU. 1- 


emt 
14TH ST vw. ge. effic.. pvt.: UF. | 
transp at door: 665. | 
-8359. 


. 9025—Purn, effi- | 
$465 and up: util. incl | 
ant 


i go—Oeorestowr | 


, Bibs “Newly dec., 
° kit. and semipvt. 
bath ‘Utils. 878 
NEAR TiTH & &. CAPITOL—Revls 
decorated, 3 rms. bath. mod. furn.; 
_ KE. 8-617 
*: By. Zoo, 20 min. 


wen 


giris.; 


dup _ 
uti 
Ww -2 
cLlnmor Prot #20 Conn at | 
*. . 
and ba th also effic 
maid services incl 


2-BEDROOM APT. 


Attrac furn 
bus 10th and Pa 
aD) i io 3-4634 


unary room, doo 
off-street puta utilities includ- 
ed; EX 


55 TO $120 

4242 4th St. &. 

Resident Writ Apt. 5 
JO 


oN “BUS  STOr—Lee. clean “bedrm. 
rm.. newly enuippes kit and 


Bins oll ine Ju sed 
HOTEL 2400) 


An Address of Distinction! 
2400 16th St. NW. 


. 
BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED 
SPACIOUS APARTMENTS 


: 


and 2 bedrooms. laree closets: 
dais maida and Rn en seevese . = 


in rent Gaia 
cocktail lounee. ee . garese ot: 
hotel 
Call Mr, Harnett, Gen. Mgr. 


CO. 5-7200 
eo =i “agen 


er 


‘kit, bath: maid, 
$24.50. 135 wk. 


4400 RHODE TEL 14 ~ Nw 
} Pullma 

secretarial sry, 
Potar ac river 
6-422 a. 
Sam. 


GALVESTON 
APARTMENTS 


NICHOLS Aye. 4 At “sy omgpaeagy 


Esopicied BSH OY 
own 


rece new shopping center 
schools. buses, parkways nbear- 


’ 

All bright epartments with 2 
or exposures. attractively. 
decorated — 

rm 


kitchen ona 

Purnitare, utilities 
oe maintenance 
$39.50 in monthiy 


Pikes sara 


pvt. 
ba Rony. view of 
oh 


Allowed 


Pets 
m. weekdays 


rental 


furn.. all- 


decorated 
screened 


nd ‘bath 
co 
kit 
tion 
COLORED —sie 6 Varn m St. NW 

00 kitchen a 
COLORED— 1 a F at NE 

wiy dec... 2 rooms and prt 

utils. ig9g5 month, EB. 8-61) 
COL. y 


sec- 


and bath. 
for Gevt 
. 6 
, share bath. | 
Ll 6 


-1629 


kit 
. ’ kit 
ployed man or cple 
COLDEED 1620 
ait semi-bath 


COL ; 


Quiet. 


2-roonm 


epi LI 


emp! re 9 
ew. —=$10- $15 per 
c.,ean new 


wk 

ly dec 

"— vorkibe a 6 
99 


ya 
Refs 
Wie 


COL one 4th &i 


utils $65 mont! 
ya Halt 
5m L 


ewly 
inci $18.7 75 wk 


HOUSES TO SHARE 35 


; 


APTS., 


beautifu 
girls 
3-81 73 


Oirl to share 
home with other working 
prt. bath: |. maid RA. 
6 4 a. —ir) share apt. | 
with atholic girl, $55. HO. 2-6563 
— ST. (Upper)—Charmi 
to share 
pedrm din. rm. pl 
like living here. TA. 5- 6710 
ONGENTAL lady over 25: sh. mod 
: riine U. 2-8590 
to 


cory 
sep. 
oul 


rt 
Y 


pleasant 


10-rm home with others. sep 
. onth. RE et 
share house with 
man ae 7 e or 2 adults: take 
. , telephone. | 
; 0 m.; 
unda | 


“bath 
srepi Col pllege ‘bacheeoued $52 50 
AD. 4-1155 


®5TLb 5. a like ts share the com- | 
forts of P"hemne with another gir! 
i l erea of Alexandria? 
-5895 after 2 
} = 5 ry twin bed 
= rm.; kit.. 
G trans ha _ 323-0481 
YOUNG ‘LADY wishes to share lovely 
2-bedrm. apt 
ployed woman 
leasant living 


rm 


conditions 


ning ining ord. 
le to Dare 
ome with 1 La > Best” atter } 


APTS., UNFURNISHED 
ALEX.—i bedrm LF rm - Fn » Det 


cond 
ae 


“bentasen 
READ RIA VA. 
4613 DUKE ST. 


SHIRLEY. DUKE 
APARTMENTS 


FREE INFORMATION 
MAILED YOU TODAY 


CALL KI. 8-5100 


Inquire about the Appoagseve 
Purnished Apartment an 


Single sopblcants accepted. 


1 Bedroom, $66.00 to $68.00 
\¢ Bedrooms, $75.50 to $77.50 


Saturday 9-5 
PH ONR 20 a. 
me ot NORTH — Efficiency. 
hel ro : 
ARL 2 - cond . 
D 


ani —New 


~ |ARLINGTON., 
: just i“ 


ARL,—Effic 
2 Dedrmse.. 


Complete Shopping. Center 


n Sige... 16 min 

a 

vv ane 16 min te Port f 
t atmosphere fn country c'ub 
ra ron” conveniences. 

min » 

er nds 


on above ' Teatases 


the er inclu a ea 
1 BEDROOM APT.. $85 


2 BEDORM. APT. . $95-$99 
3 BEORM. APT. 


$112.50 
UTILITIES INCLUDED 
APTS. ALSO AVAIL 


~ ALI 

FPURN 

| office G01 Be! leview & ve 

Ne throuzh ri 9 

no Hao m. 
BONA Kap f nob 

om wi & private path 

540 

2-034. 


renee r a 
mo JA 


ec 
JA 


refrig — 
7-0071 aa es 
redec 
ap’ 

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gS0 


i“ pr 
pas uti 7.1910 a 


ante — 


Avovly 


1500 WN Rhode. es ay we 
blocks off Ari. bivd.; be 
i-Dedr apt. in new build. 
enient te everything. : 
_inciuces all utilities. Ges 
i NO on premises or cail 


- 
ry 
: 


. vic. Wash. and Lee Shop. 
apt children 
PL. 4-7932 


$67.50: 1 bedrm.. 875: 
$85- min. Cc 


conv ¥ 


"Most « 


00 
nd 
Only $110 per 


"DIXON & CO. 

2200 

vic —44) New. 
apt.; all utils 
53-6114 


space for 
Call for 
JAMES 


mo 


ST 
BOL Ll ING” ries 
¢-bed 
sao 5 RA 


CAPITOL HILL 
BRAND NEW APTS., 
220 2ND ST. SE. 
OPEN SUN., 12 TOS 
FI RST SHOWING 


DL 
ays 

nan 1603 43rd Ave. 

ra tte 


or call 


‘ st _— 


" 
aaa ba in “apt 


reen ' po : 
CONG RESS Wis — iv 
m3, 


‘ ONGRESS ir 16 ere 
ms © 


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FP; ; 


$75, 


wi Guts AREA—at- 
: edr oom sapts.t 
2-0152 


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+ 
GEORG ' + ed 
mm. 
oe 


Ge fORG riowx 


GEORG A ots | 4613—Apt 
ec ras. RA 
KENSINGTON. . > —J-bedrm. apt. 


dinir — reem 
convenient 


OOD. West “fivatisville 
bedroom spt. Bow 
7-748 
MacARTHUR BLVD. 


rm... 
vith 


ae, 
eT. RATNIER MD 
pvt bath: newly 
Se 7-26 >. 
ar. me del Apts 
let 
Ex apts.: 
; 1% to everything: 
= " 4 DeSERIO on premises 
0. 


a 


NK 


ROC KCRELR 
AWAIT! “AVE. N 
at 9.00 Avail- 
r ie seen before 
CAFRITZ, DI 7-9080 — 
iw, i BEDROOM, ~ $70 
st nw. pt ot. {tee 


Rede Va oe 
WASHINOTON Reacry. RA. 
PLEASANT —— 104 Port 

gcrees | 3 7m pe Carrol H 

1—1- rm rm din 

ba th apt. All wtil 


7. ps. tT 
98 
SOCKVICIE | bedrm Ivy rm. di- 


rm i 
; be 


, 


At. 
ning al- 
LO. 


or'* 
small living 


AUERBACH. DI 
2 -8689 


; a 0413 
ari VER aPRING VACA 
rms 


separate din. rm 


waa! it) 
UNIVERSITY 
HILLS 


VERSITY LANE 


N AN 
pet EVILS a tel 


iD 


OLD 
ADJACENT 
MD 


AVATLABLE NOW 

$49 
$8) 
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effic 
INCLUDING ALL UTIL 


saa a LANE OR. 
or_ NO. 7-45 
UNIV. CITY APTS. 
2213 UNIV. *LANE 


1 BEDRM., $71.00 


UTILITIES INCLUDED 
HE. "47070 


Purn 


2725 29th 


(JUST OFF CALVERT ST 


NEW LUXURY 


With Individual 
eet 


WASHINGTON'S NEWEST 
THE UTMOST IN IMA 
phew CONVENIENT, 


The Cleveland off 


Is JUST AROUND THE 
Cur AVE. AND ITs HOTELS 


UENT eka n 


Distinctive Features Include: 


—~Modern high-speed automatic 
elevators 
—Master TV antennse system 
= caters in each 


nt 
a - y equipped jagadrs room 
—24-hour sec 


suemneard ¢ ped _ 


Efficiency, from 
| Bedroom, from 


2 Bedrooms, 2 baths, from 


motte 


VE DEBIGN GIVING 
OMPORTABLE AND LUXURIOUS 


CLEVELAND HOUSE 


ST. N.W. 


AND CLEVELAND AV#B.) 


APARTMENTS 


Completely Air-Conditioned 


Room Control 


PARTMENT PRESSE 
You 


on ee SHOREHA 
e 


Bah, doe te Is AY 


—Package receiving room 
and valet 

—FPully carpeted corridors 

Ample indoor parking st 
reason rates 

—Dishwashers in 2? and 7 

bedroom apartments 


AXP 


Drugstore and Coffee Shop in Building 
RENTALS 


$100.00 
140.00 
.00 


ee eeneeeeneeee 


MODEL APTS. FURNIGHED BY MAYER & CO. 
RENTAL OFFICE ON PREMISES 


OPEN DAILY AND > sommey 


_ SOUTHERN apo Be men AoneT 


eo *THL 


ae 


| are, 
A 


ong pom 


Centineed os 
*. 


Following Pace 


rar - reemgroned POST and TIMES HERALD 


Smear y 
gas, elec heat: 


Ww. iei—tIn is | 
convenience ryt aeco- 
ized 


L_4 & 


BENNETT | 
APARTMENTS 


a nega 
oe ae AREA | 


ree apt bide new! iy Goser 
Tm. iv rm 
th shower 


ARLINGTON 
TOWERS 


DOWNTOWN 
on wr we, | 7 
RUSH HOUR BUS SERVI 


Tracious oupurpes liv ing alr -con- 
itioned childre ay 60s park. 
parquet floors, bullt-t my bookrases 
icture windows. all-stee] equipped 

tehen roof top sun patios. 
fhopping center. secretarial sery- 
ice. express clerators. laundry fa- 


oe. j 
m efficiency 


‘ : To 
. we. 3 rms 5 
util, furn. tet fh LT 3-1 
BURG — 2-bedrm. apt. 
ultra-mod 
2.606 | 
51 bed. 
dinette. kitchen, 
locker in base 
i. 3-62 


oom 


eifities beautiful landsca 
fo gees and offices avail 


EFFICIENCIES—-$80-$92.5U 
IMMED, OCCUP. AT $85 
1-BEDRM.—$102.50-$145 
IMMED, OCCUP. AT $110 


DAY AND EVENING 
INSPECTION 


JAckson 5-5500 _ 
See janitor, 


asi! OF., SPU, 


mivntsorK aye. 44 
ws “eh id 3911 Old ‘einieinn Bivd 


choding “utilities Teen-ace 
} Se et. 3-0000 Secu Alesandria, Va. 


window. 
; valkina distance to ah 
"se and a2 schools. i utils 
A 

at Lincoln 

pools | 


A il7. a 
© sunny rooms, 
equ on and bdath 
pees al : torage and 
undry ee avatiase in large 
dry street ievel bas — 


hai 
on St. NE 

Ww at. Nw. S86. cor 
nit. & bath: nee 


ist 
’ 


Ga. ave.—2 rms. 
ly dec.; $62.50. 


rm, ‘rms 

th all util. furn RA. 6-4017 
Tot sts Nr. Ken: 
50 


newly decorated 1-bedrm 


ut ‘ 
tran sp Bee anitor 


GOOD HOPE HILLS 


VIC. NAYLOR RD. & 30TH 6. & | 


Modern 1-bedrm. apartments with 
3 exposures in attractive. detached 
bulidines With home stm 
suitable oniy for adults ally 
combined, twin-size bedroom '4x10 
large living room with dining crea | 
ft concrete 

storage spac 

including 


with rear porch 665 ‘SHANNON he 

LUCE CHB. 24 «(14th NA 

56. “CAPFFOL aT st ih60-—Taree | 
r 1Sx2 D 


a on hall 


ar king space. JO. i ny. transportation. shop- | 
e 


Le NE. eet bedrm. 


IN PERSON 
oo, J0EH St MANAGERS 
SE PT. 1 
CALL LY, 1-3300 
Gracious Living! 


IN AN ATMOSPHERE 
FOUND ONLY AT 


*| The Woodner | 


EFFICIENCIES 
1-BEDROOM AND 
2-BEDROOM APTS. 


NOW AVAILABLE 
Beauti tw lobbies. fail 
shops. dining room. cockta 
pa. coffe ag 
un ath 

Creek Park ‘whe onto Roc 


ark whe J you may 
4 or just 


iw OR 
GARDENS 


tion newly »apecrates 


ice. 26 si | Buena | Vista ter 


ULTRA- DESIRABLE 
1-BEDRM 


air- coneits oned 2 ~ 
{ ever : 

5 4 "COBY en 

r Ss 3 

Mako “TOW ERS. 

columbia Rd co 

3 timan Co 

ment Bldg ST. 3-6573 


REDUCED 


iwesk, _ 
troll Where cise can you 
enioy euch . _bar* for your 
own fro 

Bix fast “elovaters. 
end valet service. 
ey master 


tenn 


laundry 
secre- 
TV 


Gar ace exit onte the Dark. 
ay 

7 OT wa 

within 


service, 


af cit 
para 


0 a hs, 
: he 
ah | 


BAM ROSEY AD. 4.2700 


MARLENE APTS. _ 
8608 FLOWER AVE, 
TAKOMA PARK 
Unusually ilaree 
0 mo. up. 2 b 
1105. New 
and 68, COUti 
hopes and tran on 
oremises. JU 5Aa0 


‘207 Arkansas Ave. NW. | 


To Live at ‘The Woodner” 
ls to Enjoy Life 
RS ey! ! Al 


Sat ted Sun 


The Wane 


3636 16TH ST. NW. 
HU 3-5600 AD. 4-5557 HU. 3-4400 


Resi 
19. JV 


2 bedrm 


Iresent tenant 


Di. @ 9080 
DE LUXE EFFICIENCY 


Beautiful new bull 

of Park Area 

conditioned. 

ments plus conven: ence 


$46. 37 MO—1235 aueen ~ ne 
bat 4 

fz  chosh. & 825 sd Pat 

1708 W. VA. AVE. ‘NE. 


2 consist! ne of liv 
te. nh 


Beautiful View 
With High Elevation 
Overlooking Potomac 

and Washington 

in Virginia 


ARLINGTON’S 
MOST CONVENIENT. APTS, 
One Block from Key Bridge 


New fireproof apartments, targe 
living rooms. plenty of close 
end storage space; master TY 
antenna: equipped kitchen vith 
ea dispotal and exhanst 
fan: laundry factiities: —off- 
street parking. fenced-in equip. 
layarounds for the kiddies. 
lose to schools and shosoing 
5 min. drive to Pen*agon--4 
min te tue} min. te street- 
car downtown. 


] Bedrm., Furn. 


2 Bedrms., Furn. 
INCLUDING ALL UTILITIES 
To Reach: Over Key SBridge, 
weet on hwy. 1 Dleck to 
Oak «t.. right to Pierce 
left on Pierce *o corner 


at., 


en Ahh Berle te Ow 


UTR, ARLORTR, MD ' 


ton ord. | 
sath #* | 414 RMS. 


RES. MOR. MRS. CUMBERLAND 

1621 NM. 2ist ST., APT. 1. JA. 5-4044 

FREE BROCHURE AVAILABLE 
ON REQUEST 


iM T, BROYHILL & SONS 
4610 Lee Hwy.. Ari, Va. JA. 44-1900 
Conveniently Located 
THE WEST END 
2124 Eve St. N.W. 


~~ Aggy liv rm.. dining rm... large | 

2 ijaree losets kit and 

bath. $99.50 ytiljties inc! luded. See 
res. mer. RE. 7-364 


337 DELAFIELD PL. NW. 


Apt. 4—Consisting of liv m., din 
~~ tg ah an bath 977 50 


janitor, 337) 
CA kon * DI.-7-9080 


TYROLL 
HILLS 


821 & FLORIDA ST. ARL. 


21x!5 LIVING ROOM 
DIN. RM. WITH WINDOWS 

BEAUTIFUL LAWNS 

NEWLY DECORATED 


1 bedrm., from. .$79.50 
2 bedrms., from $94.50 


ALI. UTILS INCLUDED 


RENTAL OFFick OPEN DALY 


ILLS SIGN 
umbia pike 


rd. 


#6 


$69.50 


INCLUDING UTILITIES 
1220 MN. QUEEN ST. 


Soaciows 1-bedroom apts w! 
, Ginette. kit and bath 
Mver gate and conv 
downtown Cc 0 apes gee 
Tr. Laneworthy in Apt. * JA 
68-5466. or ianitor. JA y* 0799 
Directions: OvétT Mem Bri écge. out 
Ari. bivd. to 24 st light. turn 
left om Ft. Myre N 


“STRATFORD PLAZA 
8113 University Lane, 5S. 5. 


m.. play yard. laun- 
foom., meee 
wutils. ‘Apply resident manager. 


CHESAPEAKE TERRACE 
Attractive large 1 and 2-bedroom 
in modern gar- 


' 


we 


th liv 
; blo. 7 
to 


; ne; 

utilities Me 
OO , 872-875 

EDROOMS, . a y 85-892 


2 
4242 4th 
Res, Mgr, Apt. JO. 2-9776 


dinet and 
5 reer ed-in rear porch. © leat 
$45 per me See jani tor, rear 1703 | 


CAFRITZ Di. 7-9080 


NE AR FLOW = THEATER—Lovely. 
bedrm 
Heat and er in-| ties 


almost new apt.;: utili- 
‘a incl 1 &, 85: vacant. #8716 

219 UPsHuR et, NW.} Piymouth sat... 
GOTON REALTY. 3-8300 Washington Realty 


i cine VILLAGE 


1311 RHODE ISLAND AVE. NE, 


GARDEN APARTMENTS 
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY 


20 Mi 


$9 2.0 rental includes all ut 
700 
7 1634. 


ms 
Investment Bldg. 


lODERN {| 


BED 
ms. Cl 


ROOM 
° te , rene and) 


nutes to Downtown—Direct 
Single Fare Route 


1-Bedrm. Apts. from $65. 


Newly decorated, cross ventilation; ample closets, laundry, 


storage facilities and parquet ‘floors Play areas, near 


school, churches, shopping center and theater. 


OPEN DAILY ‘TIL 8 P.M. SUNDAY 


DE. 2-3202 


10-5 


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- 
bage 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 te 1; Sun., 12 to 4 


ol ee ee eee 


LIVE IN COMFORT 


POR INFORMATION 
CONTACT US FOR FREE BROCHURE 


OR 
VISIT OUR MODEL APT. 
1 & 2 BEDROOM SIMPLEX APTS. 


BRA®DOCK LEE 


(COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED) 


2 & 3-BEDROOM DUPLEX APTS. 


BRADLEE TOWERS 


Also Furnished Apts. 
| faa pln ROOMS .. . LARGE CLOSETS, DE LUXE 
KITCHENS . . . GARBAGE DISPOSALS, EXHAUST F FANS 
FREEZER-TOP REFRIGERATORS, FREE STORAGE 
SCHOOLS, CHURCHES AND 


RAciLIT 1ES. edad Ti 


woe A Pa Re BR 


NE. WALTER REED—J roo 
bath. utilities included Convt to 
fran TA 9-048). 


BROYHILTON 
APARTMENTS 

Vicinity Glebe Rd. & Lee Hwy. | 
N. ARLINGTON 


| Bele 


3% RMS. ...$63.25 UP yan 
... $75.00 up| Saat 
FURN. APTS., $81.50 UP 


ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 


Modern garden apart monte. irect 
cue downtown — to 
schools and shoppi 


CALL RE: 5-8000 


FOR BROCHURE AND 
FURTHER INFORMATION 


DISTRICT HEIGHTS APTS. 
RENTAL OFFICE 
7812 District Heights Pkwy. 
Daily 9-8. Gat. 9-4. Sun. 1-6 
1O MINUTES 
FROM THE CAPITOL 
SEE MODERN SUBURBAN 


GLASSMANOR 


$3 IGENCY 1 AND 2-BED- 
PURNISHED AND | 
“ONURWISHED — DAILY 


4. eae 
RATE 

NING? AT 580 
UTILS. INCL. 


Office 310. Winthrop st 
So. Ca 5 a 
» » 


4.™m.- 
m. LO. 


eae DI. "F908 9080 


UPLAND 
«tne ere 
12 MIN TO DOWNTOWN 
? Socks eProp 
3% Large Rms., 
4% Large Rms., 


AND TV ANT 
PARKING 


$72.50 
$84.50 
ALL UTTLS INCL. 
Amr, 
Res Geivesten 7 
Sia i RA pitgl # J90 - 


SHIPLEY PARK 


1 Bedrm., from $68.50 


edrm., 
A Bedrms., from $80.00 


foft 4900 
— thru 
a.m.-5 


a 
Bink * idee Be 
TYLER GARDENS | 


f Us Cpareh 
Reart g BED fOMES 


7- 8100 


HERE IT ist 
Beauty Spot Location 


Unequaled Water Views 
Yacht Harbor—Pool 


HUNTING 
TOWERS 


Efficiencies, From $80 398 West = 
1-Bedroom, From $110 Dally, Bat, 8:20 to 5. Sun no 


Picgg agg ede | ARCH MONT), 
GARDENS 


Maid Serv. and Linens Optl. 
| South Frederick St. at Columbia Pike 


ep Ke 


ools 
choice ~f “Gecorstin colors 
dry facils.—outeide drying 
as maintained—idea! children 
exce) 


edn... $70-$72 
2 Bedrms. .$89-$93 
3 Bedrms. .$!05-$109 
VISIT OUR MODEL APT 
NISHED APTS 

Broad St. Lee 


on to 5) 


Utilities 
shopping center 

buses direct ." 

mnex. airport and downtown. near 
oir 


and 3-bedroom units of large 
many closets. cross ventiia- 

playgrounds picnic area 
schoo, buses and stores 


am 1-, 2-, and 3- 
bedroom units $65 up 
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 


LSO SOME FURN. APTS. 
JA. 7-0300 


ON MT. VERNON BLVD. | 1. 2- 
IN ALEXANDRIA 
INSPECTION INVITED | 
Ki. 8-8484 


e tad Geor—t rms... compl. 
bath Lie : oP. pus:} 
adults A 203 | 

ro WORK —3533 Le oe 


m. apt... + 7 a | 
724 14 st. nw 
| Resident Mor., 


“ <LK 


HERE is your chance to en- 
joy comfortable ap* O 
. niy a fer enetes } 
room pts 
modern and attract 

aOR 

inc! ai 

apace 8th 
(near Ajosame and Ni chols 
ves. inter tion) an 
Congress 
Recreation Center 
convenient to transporte- 
tion and co + lete agg 7 


facilities . No 
4. JO 3-428 or "GHAN- 
ON & LUCHS. 724 i148 
st aw WA 86-2345. 


utilis 

Just Check These oo eas 
*Wired for air conditionin 
*Laree rooms and amelie 


dering closet 


space 
*Din! ne area 
*il-c cu , 


es 
eis re gas ranee. 


refrie. with freezer 


and 
PEN ‘SUNDAY, 


Out Pa 

Sousa Bridge and 

9 inspect call JA 2eth ot. to premises 
DUNLO 


_Arineen. | toy? a k, LUCHS 


UNIVERSITY |, het-¥ INCL. UTILS. 
MANOR i 


bedroom. liv. rm. dining area, 
ont h laundry end weracs 
penects. she 
9 b 
Brvtawte Se "eC ARDENS. 
“TRENTON TERRACE ~ 
BEST BUY IN TOWN 
2 BEDROOMS—$81.80 
3 BEDROOMS—$108 
Atl utilities incl Large ettractive 
rooms, compl. modern Age ny 


parking laundry rm. Ap office 
corner 10th piace and “Missisa: ippi 


~BYe—te_of call JQ. 2-061 
DON 


storace 


: ul 

room apt.. $95 and TIL 5 
ave 
bear 


across 
right on 


To reach 


} ty st 


gn bus 
_ Sid 5 


Most aspen) Be garden _Bratect 
in Spri ar 


rT 


at 
— 
thoughtful ly ~~ - ae , te otter 
more com fort. more son venienes. 
Charming end spacious i nd 2- 
bedroom apts. from and from 
$90. mel = utils. Gleaming kitch- 
om, spa s dinine area. sufficient 
closet aoe oe, automatic laundry 
and storage locker plus many other 
outstanding features. Also. attrac- 
, avallabdbie at 87 

se. you'll “Oe close to Wwon- 

xpress trans- 


at project. See 
Bladensbur 


ld 
§-58687 or 
724 14th St. NW 


PRESIDENTIAL GARDENS. 
cent to shop. center and 
lovely lawn. trees and Sowers; 
minutes to downtown. 3 minutes to 
Pentagon: 5 buslines at your front 
mbple parking: front 
ndry end storage 


your patience Stop 
stopping at this —N — a FF 
tio wo t popular sp ee 
Apt 4 ail 5. 17 Lee Ay akom 
Park. } Md Where. s 
i and D-begrm apt at 
tractive rental are still available, 
Wired for sir- conditioning. a 
moth closets. oversize roms 
bage disposal. 11 ecu. ft A- 
chest refrigerator, ote pe parking. 
- 


utils. 


9-342 
74 14th Bt 


few luxurious 


exce electric 


Russell rd.. Alex. NW. <= | 23465. 


Pel NEW HORIZON APTS. 


yeroun as- 
antenna Laundry facilities 


3-bedrm.. unfurn. 8105 plus 
tricity 


3-becdrm.. furn. $8150 plus 
tricity 


M._T. Broyhill & Sons | 


4610 Lee Hwy JA. 4-1300 


elec. 


elec- 


ms and 


DONNA LEE 
1 AND 2. BEDRMS. 
FURN. AND UNFURN. | 
Children and Small Pets | 
Welcome 
RES. MGR., MRS. TAYLOR 
JE. 3-8573 


—~—“ONLY $67.50 
224 36TH ST. SE. 


Nr. Greenway pee ing Center 

Newly decors ern i-bedrm 

ef wie, lar and vas 
c - 


men: fast 
“See nes 202 
Directions: gS eee Art nesota ave. to 
Croffett pl. % block to address. 
Ac 


AGER TERRACE 
AONWast RYATIOVILE MD. 


LOWEST RENT IN AREA 
1 BEDRM.—$69.50 
2 BEDRMS.—$81 


ALL UTILITI£ZS INCLUDED 
sch 


alesse 
serv 


Choice apts: 
or, 


6 Mich. ave. to A 
turn = a = ry bus from 


ve 


RTER ST. NW. 
(Porter &t., 


ning rm, 
ae utile inel 
See Janitor or ees R 1566 


= ee ee 


WASHINGTON CIRCLE APTS. 
2430 PENN. AVE.NW. 
EFFIC.—$91.50-$86.50 


(Rentals Include All Utilities) 
Dedtvisuaty control) heat and 
ditioning. switchboard serv- 
found on; convenient to 


pe MANAGH Ex 3.7640 
CARILLON HOUSE 
EFFICIENCIES 


1 BEDRM. APTS. 


round. air 


Beautiful views A 
consisaame. coctes enawses. 
ok a. seetving, 
{ties and ——— 


undry fa- fa- 
2500 WISCONSIN NW. 


“STUDIO-TYPE” 
BACHELOR APT., $59.50 


ox! tall aah ee Pine HE 


OVERLOOKING THE CITY 


Large | and 2-bedroom apts.; convenient to everything 


1 BEDRM, ..........$84.50 up 
2 BEDRM. ..$94.50 up 


Rent Includes All Utilities 


s¢ 


See representative on premises at sample apartm- 
2619 Naylor rd. se. 


WEAVER BROS., 


REALTOR. 


INC. 


WASHINGTON BUILDING. Di. 7-8300. 


Glen Manor Gardens 


3 BEDROOMS—1% BATHS 
$133.50 MONTH 


INCLUDES HEAT. HOT WATER AND GAS 
MOVE IN AT ONCE 
COMPLETELY AIR-CONDITIONED 


Pree laundry facilities, private liv.-din, 


FLOOR: Lee. 

area With beautiful kit. 

- “one ber. disposml % 

SECOND FLOOR: 3 
rooms, huge 


schools, shopp bedroo 
ficient janitor service. ay closets and bath 
See Mrs. Guy, 2512 Holman Ave. 


Phone JU. 8-1297 


GEORGIA AVE. PAST SILVER SPRING TO FOREST GLEN RD. LEFT 
:|ON FOREST GLEN TO HALE PL.. RIGHT 1 BLOCK TO GLEN MANOR. 


PARKWOOD APTS. 


Delightfully Located in Fairfax County, Va. 


NEAR LAKE BARCROFT 


5 Miles to Washington, D. C. 
AIR-CONDITIONED 


LARGE ROOMS AND KITCHENS: CHOICE OF TWO FLOOR PL.\"S 
Complete maintenance and janitor service. Regular 
buses to Navy Annex, Pentagon and other Virginia 
localities. Express buses to 12th and Pa. Ave. N.W., 
via 14th St. and Memorial Bridges. Shopping center, 
schools and churches within walking distance. 

1 BEDROOM ... .$79.50-$85.50 
2 BEDROOMS .. .$89.50-$95.50 
UTILITIES INCLUDED 


Shown Daily 9 Till 6; Sunday 10 Till 4 
pak Roe oe ag Se 


JACK HALL, Mgr., Phone JE» 2-1382 


well af- 


Naval Resear Lab 
oe eel emia 


2-2810 | 


cio, ae 
CHALFONTE 


60. Argonne ; 
himbia ve), S dione. © oten 

doorman. 
Raut fully 


We Are Not New But | 
Charming and Dignified | 


“a 


a 
ss 


Efficiencies 
1 Bedroom 


Lares Rooms, 
Mr 


$110 up 
Diging Area 
With Porch 
AD 4-8700 


raves 


CONVENIENCE 
& 
COMFORT 


19 minutes te downtown. § te 
on ane rs 7 ae 


most CONVENIENT 
poca tions parywnere in the area 


pacilities are among 
ur 


AT 395.00 
rROM. "eitb 90 
ST .. % PRGTON, 


SHANNON & LUCHS 


724 14th 6. NW. NA. 8-2345 


ee 


| NOTHING FINER 


| GREENWAY 


A CAPRITZ DEVELOPMENT 
DE LUXE 
3¥2-RM. APTS., FR. $65.00 
4%4-RM, APTS., AT $78.00 


OFFICE OPEN MON. THROUGH 
SAT. 9 A M. TO 5 4 M 
OR BY ‘dmoaad Lt 


3539 A 8ST U. 2-5250 


Wheeler Terrace, Inc. 
iors VALLEY Ave SE. 
YROOM. 87 
2 "BEDROOM $42 so UP 
Inc mage iiities: ne wiy _iecorsted. 
| — ful 
5 liar "ae closets 
1-46 


m. inctnera 
size aionens 


Appiy Apt. Bl 


Rosérvnery 
| Aoartments 


) Dedicated to Serve You 
1, 2, & 3-BEDRM. APTS 
Furn. Apts. Also Avail. '. 
—Swimming Pools 

Free Bus Service 
—Designed for Children 


1929 East-West Highway 
Silver Spring, Md 
CALL JU. 8-1170 


HONE 
3 HURE 
‘ 1323 a. iften 
1H. Bee 


LLOYDS — 
APTS. 


| 800 TENN. AVE., ALEX. 
OFF SHIRLEY HIGHWAY 
5 Minutes to Pentagon 
Furnished or Unfurnished 
NEWLY DECORATED 
Bedrms., 
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 


ares ppome. pas a] coset. 
: tie r 


Bt 
’ 


an- 


: 


ping 


LONG BRANCH 
APARTMENTS 


| 8721 Piney Branch Rd. Bil 
Newly Decorated 


Sp.. Md 


CURREMONT 


’ 


| TOP VALUE 
= 2 Bdrms.—$89.50 


LL UTIL. EXCEPT ELEC 


SEPARATE ENTRANCE 


Newly Gosqroted modern apts.; 
layground facilities, ail 
a easy access Pw 

pt. and We 

h éeveloomeat 


hrou 
furnished apart. | 


nquire about our 
ment 

2733 S. WALTER REED DR. 
ARLINGTON JA. ities 


WEEKDAYS 9-8 SUNDAY 11-5 


9801 15TH ST. NW. 


EFFICIENCY——$71.50 


INCL 
Bright 
ern elev 
ase & laundry rm 
OST CONVENIENT LOCATION 


1868 
COLUMBIA RD. N.W, 


Completely Air-Conditioned 
(Controls in Apartments) 


.$75 up 


Sree 
ry i 


“Best Rent Buy in Town” 


LUXURY APTS. 
3% RMS.—$68 AND $70 
4% aye 3 A 75.& $84.50 
INCLUDED 


ALL 
ay 
we a 


RENTAL OFFICE. JO, 23-2990 
te Gat. 9 AM tocPM 
5431- sin art 5o 


WE TAK Foe « div OUR can 
SAM ROSE Y, AD 4.2700 


~ COLORED 
16TH ST. NE. 
HEAT AND HOT WATER 
INCLUDED IN RENT 


1-bedrm liv rm. kit. dinette, 
bath apartmen 
$70 


janitor, —_ ic at. ne.. 


“CO. 


_BT. 3-2660 


IAL—849 50 

. 2 reoms 

b ju , jet. « 

tenants No idren or pets 

cellent for mi die age couple 
tl 


| Open Mon 


nee 


ones 


See Apt 
1010 isth St. NW 

R 
oe 50——-TODAY'S 5 


NE. me apt. : 
Adulte 70. TA. 9- 


oes 


NE 
t.. dinette, pile 


a 


ERAL La tig 2 £9. Sih Nee York | 


_aAve 


COLORED © 


OFFICE OPEN TODAY 


HURRY! TOO MANY VACANCIES 


RENT CUT|s 


$39-EUCLID 8sT ‘ef r apr.| 


$4 po goerides NE 
§—-4- R) 


FREE PARKING IN REAR 


IST NATL. REALTY 
2 Thomas Cr NW. RE. 17-3534 


; =. r 


No 


95 mo -0946. 

TORED- iden i BEDROO 
st st se... Apt. 4— 
_ Rng 


9th st ne _— rm.. kit., 
7449 50, ME. 8-66 


and | Y | rms xit and bath 
+ 


NA. 


«741 
COL ft St VE.—2 be , et. 
_bath. back poreh. Li. *s ry 


ORE 
THE Rcron 


1033 2ist NW. 
Compile: ely rem led eluxe apts 
beautifully tauipped 

lore bath 


WIRED POR AIR CONDITI 


¥2 AND 2 RM, U 


i 


from $87.50 | 


CAFRITZ,. “pf 9 S080 


cot —Nr Beant ne pd... W081 “Minn 
ne n 


elec. Kenilworth bus 
Quarries St. NE... Apt 
RENTAL 593 Pts New York ave 


COLORED 

| FOR IMMED, OCCUPANCY 

| 1-2-3 BEDRM. APTS & FLATS| 
NE.-NW.-SE.-SOUTH 


, EDR OOs rao $57 


h-| water 


LARGE EFFICIENCIEa FROM 6890 
(SPACIOUS DRESSING ROOMS) 


1-Bedroom Apts., 
SOUNDPROOPF. FIREPROOF 


Boog tity eau 
zea =(éKiiec 


3801 CONN, AVE. 
AIR-CONDITIONED 


tary aati 
CAN ISHED * 

ise Pet pata 

WAYNE TERRACE APTS. 


SEPARATE 


— 
room. 


Newly dasorate 
Se 
BRAND-NEW APTS, 


750 9TH ST. SE. 
2 BEDRMS.—ONLY $75 MO. 
t 


| t. 
™. Lg avery srt 


tee 


oe 


aby tate ten Pe 

call at OAs” 

"Pia ead ce ny 

god water: eniia Fis ah 
bath: 


‘ rovid . ts 
he 


sre 
ey 


fs 


from $115) 


& 34 
* dinette area. | 


$65 
a4 H st. se, ' 


3-8300 | 


ALEX. 
ii} $100 


Shed accent 


FALLS a Seas -Bmwess, area 
row , rarhd 
_ dan x c. = = 


- 5105 mo, 
a 


Ma - i ny fuvece ? 
ay ot om ed ist 
tion—2-bedreom home. ; Purnicl aaa oar 
~ : ¢' soe «'.' es’ 7 : 
ri it 3-bedrim. Pa: rambler. 
cure, 3-car carage * poreh, ml ae e~ 
m alter Nov 


aval. 
pecrm. 
ee ero 
-oi 
ed. 
mentsbee. Re tes rms. 
g room. den; gh 


: i-Jul 

¥ 2 

rit = CHURCH ARTA. 
3-bedrm rambler 

reied $85. WA. 7-1034 


10; unt 


we have one of the prizse-winni ne 
littie air-condi tloned 


| eee MM oy 
mr eversthing: cas 


GEORTETOWN N, 3ist near © st 


Delightful for bachelor or nou: | 
latee comb. | Seq- 


, co. Se! 7017 
farn | GALLATIN © 
. walled garden. | ave —-& 
}- an is 
", W.. Georgectown stvie. 2 bedrooms 
rooms with fireplace. wasden 


Oo ri 
ste nti — g-bedroom, 2- sath} 
home. Fireplace basement. garace.| 
ished or unfurnished. Pooles-| 


) Purn 
vil ti a 0 
, Chevy Chase. Ma. 


Diplomat’s beaut ifully furnished 
home: 3 bedrooms. 2% baths, iarce 


nie room. den. recreation room 


Tt fms. 3 
A _2-3343. 


Emma \ 


GEORGETO sETO 


64 


Nw. 121. cor NE 
+4 3 baths. carace: fine 
; ory will sell on ret- 


con 
* 80M “LL "}-2070, 1230 A st. ne, 
FREWOO® VILL AOR ; — bedrms., 
full basement: ay $95 
HOLLEY. RBALEY. 5800 


KE 
TENMINGTON-W WHEATON AREA— 
2 and 3-bedroom homes 
immediate occupancy, 
ane up. SOLER & CO... LO. 


air 
7. AU 


7 


UN — 3-dedroom,. be 
large fenced yard. de. 


LO. 5-423) 


urman ave. Brick house, 


rambier 


this specious 3-bedroom hom 
to cupmeate Includes full 
r _ 


4th st 


2 
| BRICK HO 43 BU- _MONTGOMER 
"GHANAN ST. NE. TU. 2.3060 TA.) 8 
ah rd. _— omac hchool bus pick- 


“SCOOP © ' breakfast rm 


UPPER BRIGHTWOOD | rm. Includes __fishwasher. 
9 baths. 3 bedrooms. beautifully ste : 
paneled recreation room 
~— suet jidge 

Sod , om, 


our in lg 
Locus. 4 


ve 
rete block e * -bides 
m ©. on i- ase 
on 1- year loa. “Call 
DT / 7 Gays. 


or Gaithersburg 


“newly dec. lee. 


edrms cult 


ly 
many extras: 


with en 
private sare wil! be. hard to ar 
cate. 4 Sheridan &. N. W a! 
seAnos A altie ae. 74 14th &t 

NA 


HOUSES UNFURNISHED 41 
ADAMS ST. NE. 310%—Detached 


6 = 

- $23 - evrs 
5 rae Te —Excel loc 
fenced : 
tchen 


; 
acreened porch 
race. large iot 
5-8259 
NW. —Lates brick i- bedroom Rouse, 
rec. hall. liv. rm.. din kit 
af 


_ £ 
resident) 

alk downtown, 

Call’ Pred Ww rene Saies, Inc. 


$90 
HERNHOLAL. KI 98-7411 
ALEX. AREA—3 rms... bath. oil hi: 
60. Needs repairs 
—j-bedrm. row 
LANDRIA saulp | NA. 68-5008 
yg shops mmed. poss. | 


AND — 2906 Minor a] | 
Lovely 2-story brick home with 
first-hboor wccsoom and bath; be 
basement. scree 
‘arge yard Availa>ie 


— 


$95 
Colonial. 
. 2 de 


por 
(mmediatel: GLE 
bier, liv.-din 
conditioned 
ki 


959 x Monroe st., Ar- 


ALEX... F 
81650 per mo. “5352 oF 
92-2072 


, eqener, oi "S05 


R, WE : 
x ten | or aie 


SIL. oo, a lith ave. 2 bed- 
bam 


rms... sem ard, t.: gas 
heat. He 4-oeth whaye. JU. S-2800" 


- | STRATFORD K., 7821. 


rms. & closets: 
—2 and = 
rental. Conv 
Opping center 


a= shopping 


ardens. | 5520 Conn. A ‘ 

reproduction of earl? topo PL. ==, 2 
townhouse room oe 6-room duplex. 
sense garden. fireplace. best | £000. cond. $60. Open. FA. 9-9698. 
a i S788, a ty — 
mo or 
te Ls ermt., 
Vac. 


it wae CO., 


f davlight 


harming 


2 rent. DIX! 
FA. 8-8880 Bun | 
A—3dedr 

. 2e. lot 


n 
a, bath. attic. po ben 
gore ©. lawn with trees. $115 BO 


, ™m} 
rms full bamt.; conv. +o schools. 
& sho Be 


WARWICK K VILLAGE 


Fh be pr 


homes in these convenient a: 
for immediate occupancy. 
> ena wp -4 
, OO 16 4.898% 
BREWS FIEL D—4409 Ad. 

from Andrew's 


SIG 


NE 


marhe ou to poe 
bare disposal and garden 
oof v 


NE 
am 
Fie 
4 
Sta 

120 


n 
‘including Sundays. 
>. Kennedy Bt. 


to 9 daily. 


iE aot Bee RO” NW? 


OPEN SUNDAY. 1:30-5:2% 
a tows HOU SE et 

ree one n 
ar ral The 


on a 


depart ing 
ae 


Foyer, 


owner yas 
Le , 


m 
dishwasher. 
breakfast area 
2 BATHS. ¢d 


orth “Mansa 


"on 
huse! aven rt 
and | street to Klingle road. “te our OPEN 


JAMES L. DIXON . CO 
3-7200 2-492 
dean OF FALLS CHE ‘i 5 
ee the, arranged for el! 
apts. rooming house or board ing 


Mt Vernon_Ave 
A—im mediate oc- 
= 
STO Ez 
large living, dining rm.. 
f ; 
Nit Osiris 20 
| a 
sa” schools 
‘rept Ay sietare e window 
3-be rambler with basement 
Arh JA. 4-1300 | Bouse: ideally located. completely 


y ye. 3-38 
Colonial nvestment - Co. 
\COL. 4660 Williside rd. se —3 
rms., vr bat and mower Newly 


00 pvt. 
. modern upiex apt conv. 
$62.50 incl. 


heat an ho 
. Paul Hannan, 732 l7th 


COLORED — 3 Rh at nw. R 
pt en 4 rms. fu 4 

’ A = 
A } 
Mie, 

55003, a 
f) SO ea at. : 
it nd ba. . SS RE 

piown section, 3 


til od bath TA. 9-52 
, COLORED 


Huntwood a ments 
4921 JAY ST 


1 Bedroom, $71 
2 Bedrooms, $81 


INCLUDES UTILITIES 
new Modern De Luxe Apartment 
pee to shopping. bus and schools. | 
t U 77-4565 


-1557, NO 
CO-OP. 


sitchen, | 


APTS., SALE 37 


ABTANGION ~ ee land 2 


IDE AL FO 
ALLOWED, | ar 


Age 

74 evmnis, 

“ . 

up ex 

kit. inci washer "ti dis- 

. $1350 dn. 895 te 

° pettiement fee 

a iss. 

Beton ites fo exe 

et etal price 


2. 


D u 


A WHOLE NEW 


LIFE 
AWAITS YOU 


SUSE Pec eae 


done any time, 


. moves 
ie 3 $25; 2 
: x 


% yrs.; 


help: 


Bins ¥ old trees ony. to everye 


EMONTHe LEASE 


me Park, Md. 3 bedrms.. 

chor-fenced yard Reduced 

uick Foaral, $93.50. Avail 
165. 


M trick fambler. nice 
ree 


neighborhood 
Joc 


ae . 2-O2i2 a 
ANDREWS Vic.—2.- 
ANDE Vis end st. JO. §-7677, 
; : 3- room, lovely 
N RAMBLERS. 
firep ace: carport; 116- 
rontage excellent location: 
Abele” ‘enbity - 7{REA—D 
, &- living 
= 
barn suitable for horses. Call 
-0 EER TERE 
ANNANDALE 
GE Kifchen $13 
M, T, SROVHNLL & SONS 
AR ~ ond St.—s rms 
; ol] heat: some fruit b trees | 


A 
rm. houses, 
uses. 


ric 
quiet neighborhood : days and phone after 6:30 on week- 


fenced 
nr. schools and West. ays 
child eccepted. KE. L —River Terrace. 334 36th 
use; $665 month 


ORED— 
iW. Granada rind St. NE o-5m ho 
ot. 3- me ony rambier. large attic, | — 
JE. A NTION 
deme. 


bsmt.. 
back yard 
over shop.; 


} 

no basement. $125 @& mo. 

ARLINGTON, W.—New 3}- 116 YOU ST. NE 

split-level rambler, brick home: 6 rms 
heat. 


725 HARVARD ST. NW 
6 rms... ds hot-water heat. gad, 
_| mew-house condit ion 


, 


i et 


Intosh & si7s ’ | auize at office. 209 Mass. Ave. NW, 


pt akad, Gee =| COLORED 


ge" scr porch Srtirepigets 6140| OFFICE OPEN TODAY 
nti ay VAL Hox HURRY! TOO MANY VACANCIES 
3 


pee RENT CUT 


r 

“af  -  eai 

sDA—Comfy_ bog i STH-W fh, IMPY 
oF Ms 


27-<| 

iy “iv . 
170. 

e: i: mice oes 


mhnished atte attic: 


Ww 
: 


tion, wy Ay 


aie yo Noon 
bo rid {* REAR 
IST NATL. REALTY 


: 3 brick § bedr ap. aig 
- r . ms 
ys full Demt.: = heat: 
& *@ €4r.; Day on your 

le you rent. . rir 


60-year-old 
eat; reas. rent. 
de Kat. W. 8 rooms 
bath. h.-w. heat ° Ra, 
American Security Trust Co 


*: 1S COLORED VACANT 
1322 6th ST. NW. ~ 


OPEN av RDAt, To 4 
Two-story 6 large rooms 
and bath. oi” hot-water heat Rea. 
sonable rental 
Henry bat R'-.4 Vermont Ave, 

co. AD. 4-7075 
~~ COLORED— HO OMES—APTs.-~ 
r ’ 


. » = per 0 
Colonial brick: laree 
rc . 


NW - 25. 
; n E.--1 be 4 
1 9th . 
AUERBACH & CO., . 1-650) 
‘SUBURBAN RENT a3 

rent. To revur coup'r 
3 rooms, share bath, farm home, 
Wd.. 25 miles south . ©. Lease, 


i desired, enemas ‘reference. 
Write Box M-317, Post-TH. 


“Tie 7 
i ER me me NR 
a, ytlity tm * shown by 33 OUT-OF-TOWN RENTALS 43A 
‘ possession Dec 
Be ' new 
ae home; furnished JU 9.0006 
bus li te Washi NT 
eve sredecorsted: phew os WANTED TO RE a4 


sn te Bev ice" fae. Si Ee aBih oe ance 


KE g- 350 ten ts. 
house: Tr: rg: for immediate occupancy, 
option to > bur. Be! £ ee mo. h b 


ome, urban 
schools. Call Di 
1 “okt aR! ool. ny yard: 
rm. fF 


saree, ou 
. Shoemaker, 1918 EK 


ach, 


J 
apes to 


; THE WASHINGTON FOST aut TIMES HERALD” 
ee A - y _ ——<—<—> | —Cor Sunday, November 27, 1955 D7 


Open Og Mia? oM-i6, Peet TH pee mere : Lite te) —_ seat. hard. | ma cL +6. RS 
BROS., INC. : : : 2 

| LOADED WITH VALUE 

i- 


Wanted oF 
aetired ‘and det. 6 Fis. ie, Esch “leet beth. rec. 


. ‘ king cat ir rms ter itehen. rec Br Da oe bs. . : en 8. o + 
URGENT i as ‘o., trl TY ' ; | St Sia bee ae De ee 
to . age ee rr ; nome. : 
? —— 20's. Coles Bb. C— Dicke 
x 28, mo.  paymer fre." corner “ah es te. os Cod: bedem. bath al ~_ 38th St. si ia Mas . TECH VN b Ue trick. 2 Fins aight —* 


NW,. 16017—@tudio offi uge bed co os pars. oe eat. Mrs. Wimbus 
ok: water heat. We are fortunate to have for ) Spotiess Colonial bri S-rme. 1 


ir cond. Good park | iim. 3 A > Sars : ; sho in 
a sho. ore 19, 7. shoppin an 7 mt with extre kite ol hw.) $109 6. DAKOTA A AVE NE —Lovely 
. le this 6-rm. modern brick = —y Bernt "Vorms. A 
STS, NW.—Denrike B 9 be N a he iat ear debit Residence F Charscies REMAN & CO. 7 io heat hardy 


oe 


, e 
has Fd rooms evel: :, 
mediate | occupancy. INDUSTRIAL PROPE is ; D3 rhugt CHEVY CaAgE an BEDRMS.—GI area «Here. in EXCELLENT| 2440 KALORAMA ROD. .NW. CO. 5-4056 TIL 9PM. 
ae A erchants r- D. a. sod Vs Blessed Sacrament Parish -§ a PORTER &8T . Situated in Washington's most ex- -2080 "CO 5-800! 
7 w oo er . rites, * inet, repairs, remodel- ‘ biks. from Conn CONDITION, ready to move! ciustve area. One of those rare é Os 
aan Cade ae aa | ae way | Ba i EE Ber eay mohair aren Fh ah #2 | in, new gas tumace, porches,| Aasnaniy Mame ferent sue tim] = BRICK RAMBLER —_|Colored—Open Sun., 2-6 
Attractive offices: will remodel,| {g¥arte fep! Court pale i Pane y >> B ORK ‘AVE NW $21,500—OPEN, 1-DARK | din rm. bit. 4en.” ind brick garage. Come early,| specious. warm drawing room so Lovely landscaped jot with a beaw-| 6006 47H ST. NW. 
decorate and/or furnis hg A-$929- James pd ey . | Six bedrms. 2 baths eluding 2| Dedrms. & bath bsm Pay ca ‘ ‘| wonderful for entertaining -year-old rambler with many Conte. cuaies tte . mal 
OESK sp bones 45 WO - n aa ah! - bay 74 Che bedrme ry SPS ~~" a. sateer eee Ee eee eee os fo ecortie tie hieane =. on er ax. gi ty bermt., garace of noes Nice 
PRIVATE FFICES 50 Pp - ih = is impossible. No dignified home of ard ed le for. a - 
Will sive ara 7 me diacen if ig £ 3-408 . oy eg (ataot Tp tn ghee LEO M. BERNSTEIN CO. Jpen Sunday, 1 ‘til Dark wile type * pelees =" oe d tes She Cal Mr. “Rober is Tih 
: C 73 t blocks f h ou are vit to spec is , -8753. . 
—__ Weekdays ca}! CO_ 97730 __ | ecsitenia” Rett : alls seemed ant irele WreseaicPoy ase ocneihiaiiad: tes peaies charming residence and its seclud-| % Gp. ~3-3820. ROBERTS REALTY C0, 
nn By x m4, er. Md. and © t or the sot ch duties of fot — “we pewens BM: popneshicut | out Wis. Ave. to Calvert st. “OPEN SUN 1 “it DARK L 1812 
and law effices. Di. 7-6801. HO.| Must'be'my sente pd] £008 [epdentel erotaliy decited,| Paiterson Bt. 9 blocks to out OPEN|Cleveland Park—$21,500 eo Calvert te om M- ok” ietniin: tien . ‘Stesemmemenaie and ane? ham |COUSRED—K. Ci 
~2-318) received _" ge erson Mortgage Loan Corp.. SIGN 3607 on St. Open st. and open sign. ave. right on Aad mont 4 riaht on n an ngra aq ae a erick 
PRIVATE OFFICE in lawyer's suite hannon & Luchs Co te a Tracy. ieft om Kalorama to our OPEN SAT. AND SUN. an Saymen 
+ Oe ey a 8 a 7h av c teut A <e 7-1 nd » LEGUM & GERBER REALTY CO| OPEN sign > TIL 5-30 Suephens, DE 
; ae erms W ; onnecticut Ave , ‘eo ; ' ' ss na, DE 
a N.Y. F. Becrsiarial service avail- i at the time of Dotiieation qpecialey raticks. gout teous me er | 2000 . . . 1800 m a Uckear — a 2908! JAMES L. DIXON & CO 5937 an er NW 
j Ask for Seance de asd LARC One block 9 ae -9200 _ 
COLUMBIAN BLDG. o! Cox +e. gee AL BAKE a ‘Bons, Inc | CHEVY CHASE, D. C, r nh po and 3628 "CAMDEN ef ee GOL ORED— [DODRIDGE =u —~ Mod. spac. eorner ome | 92} 
y t h ; onta ; : : wl sane p 
we Saree Oe. a ere’ expenge. Cau ar 4 -5782 for ! $22,700 rea : vely §- room. 2-ba Poatur ram 3 » Coulp, Kit full bemt.. dia. rm ibrery, it 74 BS) Tie No 
; | 0 ‘eatures 4s ; . —<- 
Side. otters both” Scapepure satte | E.. " . per? one eS TGAGE & ) <a Bauiler, “Reaiter, ce, bed rms. 0-£% iv, rm. with ity Co. WA.) % bath m mt 
arrangements and single offices | ock Ville on % Ao RR. an ONAL | CALL RE. 17-6650 NOW. TODAY co ass 8 S—By owner. Det. modern fully 
start at ser moe. inci ing | Att ie) rd. Siding ld 1 . TO SEE THIS Peres anne brick Cape liv. | capa. “Fan ‘sunt as post and make your ins#ection wort! 
a y ~ALemead duiuion a tices. | and lease te. respon aib hg B i Fam dah Tel FY: This is new all-brick home of| {™, With fireplace. a mois break- BCTIONS: Out Branch Ave __ 23-3080 gone ze 4 — sue Gee it 
Th ian N ov. NA. sas : i : F : finest Sy tncnen including al aS — a er te a St, lett on Cam- COL. innuill BEDRMS $995 ‘DN. Be 32-8312 sa 2-99 
Rs! ; , elec n WwW eye-leve . : 
15th AN K 8ST COMMERCIAL SITES $3 ; ren, bedrooms, living | ev ™ ? 29 05. NW. 
ARLINGTON BUILDING EXCELLENT ia Money in hrs. B h wood-burning fireplace.| BUPO! AREA——Owner FLOYD E DAVIS CO. 1716 LANIER PL. VACANT DE vw ACHED 
\E eis area ay ne room powde ~d leav vee cou ~ ri ag a _ 1628 K st. NW en 1- 6. we porch. ve ~y a TRapes PTED [. tet oT NW ‘ 
» © senti 15 ah artiy remo e ty N . |. 2. 7 rick, concrete ren, i . CcE ATTR AC! brick bed- 
1025 Vermont Ave, N.W.| Arillsble. representing saat NOTES WANTED G1A| 2m ot entrance and “beth TACO AE SE 1s s=| gin, rm. Mit, ine. rene, Poreh:| Lovely . ¢-rm Gojonial. in new! AY Pee. 
Reni " | we—$395, dn. 2 4 tall dition, full bemt.. auto 
9-R Co S $120) te at Kenilwo terchance Off-street parking vd TTOM 119 monthiy: full bemt. and ett mt 2 rms. on wll } Pouse condition, full bem 9.1 
m. rer suite, : 5 . v ty J ay Ags - rooms, kitchen, pantry, oil heat. next Ai BERNSTEIN Ct CO. eat, very large yard. garage. | (3)--$495 Down 
-Bee MR._SUIT. Buliding Menserr | BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 55 Moni. Gounty. Mr. Nichols. ot. | Colonial Investment Co.! » a Se are LEO - at once 3 ADAMS ST. N.W 
Paiva TE BOOM in suite of jaw of-| suum 3, x: a On AE a 8-2833. 923 15th st RE. 71-6650 teresting and B-.e v valuable _ 5-3533. 9 “til 9 Eves 24-5991. | ¢- erick; rec. tm.; 1 : baths, 
ei mod bide So, noert S finan yo gf ‘eol.), 6 booths, Ex- LL 3a ay rs 7 area. you will be lucky to get this KENWOOD ~ “COLORED OPEN 1.5 | Bs. s bemt garage; gas h.-# 
etrict; reas Ox ocation 
or ME. 8-6325 CAFETERIA. Dewatewa near tas | MR. JAMES—DI. 7 1653 |" CHEVY CHASE, D.C Sri pation ig bed: wed’ batn?| 6008 KENNEDY DRIVE 1349 MONTAGUE ST. NW. “oO N SUN., 2 | (4)--$495 Down 
OFFICES FOR RENT—Desirable 24/ ane N NW. Doing P a | SS | Ww 419, call $25, 000 1ST TRUST Det ached ee ne 10 a. , $e - : 4] 12 Ackanees Ave. NW. 1403 DOWNING ST. ME 
floor oifices available in heart of aby. 32 mar, 10 Modern SALE, INVEST. PROPERTY 62 5419 41ST ST. N. : r , -6585; eves., eas b-9 ie la! Redt Bs rts ; 40 home tac ing| ATTRACTIVE mod brick 
Silver Spring, on Georgia ave.; 3-{" 2™% wy sia 150 - OPEN SUN. 2 TO 5 . RE. 7-23 , Gomes yg ay oe oo REAL DMG¥tD re Mo sorte pans - mos . —~ 3 he; gas heat _recres 
be - tie’ ete ties m rood lease , Gores § $008 FOGGY BOT TOM BEST BUY AT $23 500 W Norris v. } ‘modern kitchen. TU 2-616) xe 4.7087. ths, | sip perenel wall-to-wall pies — 5%. 
2 _sr' ara — . terme There is @ terrific Investment po-| a : R wee 20TH ST. NW ac ! lst f.. 4 bed ; VAC : incjuce © 
oo et Dalen $250 monthiy ' ’ Double liv mm. di . ts oA . + " ent con 
14TH St. BTWN. | & K| Set peltnes £289, monthly of 07, building % block ; porch an GEORGETOWN BY OWNER sement. lets of st ONLY $149 DOWN convenient ten oole ssnoveine | (S)—-$495 Dn.—$99 $0 Mo. 
rms. and beth;| Ps Ave. NW. NA. 8-9743. Plaza development, ~~" on Charming s corner brick house: ace » 2-6 age, » aon ut h ‘pkDUC FOR | DELAPIEl D PL 
d. $100 mo CHINCHILLAS—Rancher urgentiy| facilities for 2 offices or shops on niee yard Move right tn remodeled -. 356. Open 24: excellent financing wil : ut ’ 0. ayments then DIATE " | ATT ’ 


Appia 904 ser s. nw. im need of cash. Will sacrifice 2/ ist floor and a 3- oom, y > Ave. lett take 2nd trust. No reasonable like beat f; ROGE ERS REALTY CO. ) 


—— " ‘ ot es . 
FINANCIAL DISTRICT — Beauurai| PAT 2 chinchilies for ‘immediate ouslg soyemes jd information Militar: ; right on 4is' EORGETOWN— ceptional values ates Fees OZ, INC. owner. RE. 7 3563, ir. _4-2040, ‘MA, 8-990 59480 | 
: : ; complete 


24 floor space complete é sto ipod bualn Mrs. Ri hi ot 0 RE, -6585. in well ove > A ; ‘ “PARE 
orated, ne hait ti . Usiness,| call Mrs. Richar . a" R dr . COLORED “COLORED—N WICH ak 
rt w asphait tile ex pi reas bi . P Past , Will) eves. weeken | SIMMONS PROPERTIES EXCLUSIVE ‘AGENTS | Summerset pi. nw, 2-dedrm. brick ~$69.. 60 P eR MO 


hyo 1 , . | 
WOODWARD “2. NORRIS - DE -0730 _Ryes OL. 6-4999 -< AD .- Z7T3 OLB co " ~ ‘a LPrat Ir WILLiaMa. et Hard wood floors ft ull Der . Cor ORED 


. . : ; ch. iow Gown sayesanti 
vide and gir sete O Immed. pos-| fel “$2000 “tuil pes, sth 4 oe. SPRINGq Pr: /-_" ew.) CHEVY CHASE, D. C. ke GeORGETOWN=To fe restore. 910.,- RENT -SBIARC! irr Open — oes) and } ronthiy payments ‘in-| 620 FARRAGUT pi NE | toa 
rt Prac - ; . for this splendid 

peal soteke paging 2A ony ae “ato iE Wond aoe eee pnuene) Soper, Tes sm 5409 Bee ST. NW. BB a eotees 22S. NO. Te $32 in ) =“y brick home im excellent| IMMAC. SEMI- -DET, brick Colonial. | lg 
: o nvestor arstelier a : t offering of spacious. con- as . cation . modern tile 

ire Dept SHANNON bt eae | R [Ol Bo; Giebe| JU, 9-2552, Sun OU. F-637h. tly located detached 3-bed-| 0, ree # plu com pletelv finished 
Realtors 74 14th st ’ on Ra. Ari, No reas ‘till next year;| GARAGES (6). metal, re r -bath orck Colonial ideally GEORGETOWN AD Fi00 , - | Tneraham et. nw. 3 bedrms.. 2 bath; in knotty pine with round-| 
345. fits » BY. AA, riee $4750 dn. JA. 2-1977 Priced $1000; $500; suited for the iarge family Large | EN 2 TO brick home. very reasonably priced = “me = % dik. off 6. Dakota 


one . SPORE © “o te d . j ‘ ] modern kitchen, finished 3d floor. with $750 down. Here is « real buy N c ' 
"Blas 1a ‘ARMS APT. BLDG. ‘8.| paper store in polpt sad well A - 9108 , 0531; eves., recreation room with fireplace are| 1407 33rd ST. Ki fc the ho ri E Cc ‘HILLEY & CO IS ‘CRYING! 


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Goi re niy a few of the many extras J y mod dwelling. H j 
Ag B— 1060. 9a. tae ventory and fixtures tis doo in| SE : which "Owne r leaving geet REMOOE a oaluae meer heal 1 | un any fine pee these | 2 1384 ON LY $350 ON. 
. : ‘ j a. i ai ia, t , hes r 
Ee im ie beatsitl “new bloe:| Wadi writ te Box M- iced. 10 nell quick. Mat 0390, | must sacrifice. Mrs. Guarino on} Ji anttractivg house features | 8A. a Np PARK ane Bert: COLORED—$295_ DN. 
Suitabie for insurance co., r | 2 = vice lau : ; 7 rare with bath. aise 2 mas- OS of, BatAL 50 co 200 BLK Ru STREET NE 
tate office. finance co > n thy D-0 rated 59 rms Un, "OPEN SUNDAY, 1-5 ter bedrooms. aE Ba rgain Larae 4 J ° se Ory: 


$10 ea at t 
price bog fear: ” " copt, $30-096, e To REACH Out Connecticut ave Deenl “M Chatel AD. ~~ COLGRED—VACANT—REDEC. _ pymts. Move |i 
Get your original investment back ch ap priced $12.000; Military Right ist & 4157 OF SELL 133 11TH ST. NE posit all teday, HE 
1 yea 6-3) : ITIFUL J 


nsult 
H ' , : J 900 down ; ®) yi} . 
728 3554 st. pe.. 8248. a. ~ LUMBER MILL surety hi REALTY co. AD. 4-0931, JAMES L. DIXON 3406 RESERVOIR RD. . * my “yy Lay - nome *FB-ROOM BRICK ; COLORED_$295 DN. 


RUPUEY BUILDING—415 King st.| Other diversities ts reauire| £Yes., din. 1 ite) — 
Alexandria. We have @ limited! owner to sell this profitable busi. 4 FAMILY “APT —~$23,500 ST_3-7700 ______WOQ _6-1978 ATTRACTIVELY. _ redecorated, try — } “+ | 2} 5 PRIVATE BEDRMS eid typ ve WO ~ COLORE 5- 4p. 000 


amount of space availiable in this operation. located 25 les t : Ds! 
: located ocates 20 m CHEVY CHASE riect condition throughout. 3 clog s. 2 tal : db mt. VW BATHS v ca , : a le pubic lot. ex. $6 0 DO wr MONTHLY 


conveniently elev ator of Washington Purchases A RAL edrooms, 2 baths, closets and hes. 
building. Complete office whit as} & recesses logs. Has customers y . NS AY, 2 TO 5 storage ; alore. Mr Renehan, ty convenie rw IKE R = 
low a8 $35 per month including ee states. Reali estate in- SAM ROSEY AD 4.2700 a Y DE 5-825. Gibson, LO 4.24: 30 FULL BSMT —OIL H 


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daily char service and all wtilities. 5 buildings located on 10 ; : ’ ANNAN 732 i7th see, Gat \ a ‘ 
To inspect cali Mr. France Ki| Sctes sof ta ne Gales cxesed $266,- | — ASSUME TRUST | 2914 O ST : nw ME A | HUGE DET. GARAGE i | todas 


th m u 
9-4383, Walk ER AND DUNTOP.| 9090 With . additional , 2x20- h ‘ ~—— a ¢ 
INC. 959 N. Monroe st. Ariingicn’ capital thie aA. can be sub-| New 4 8-Unit Apt. Bidg. porches, built-in garage; oil h-wb cout ¢ wm 6 tse wie 3 MiscAR THUR BLVD,” NW. . 3 “ af LI ie i KOSSOW, BEATS | “COL. “Ta $10. 55H | BILAND Realty 
| gE, 


Va. JA. 5-2400 stantially increased. For details Choice corner jocat anc neeas decorating 
l West Mon icago, | 100% rented to colored: tenants } ” h : ) 
Sheraton Building MEN'S WEAK STORE-W arene: eo merase yaniv. aad seem, obs wt ee ete eee O 5 J. LEC " I ¢ ayments | Open 1-5. 2310 SOUTHERN AVE UPPER 16TH “ST. AREA 
T 


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be 


write Wm. J. Maresh. Suite hs 3439 OLIVER ST. NW ssibilities Mr. om hy " “wall ins:| ete j $195 DOW NN SHIPLEY TERR SE 
711 14th ST. NW. — | fac over jgrrroture of wasinen| Eis “iane. St 00k 21930 AP. 7-4120 J. C. CHATEL oz a a ee condition), 4, Peareomn, 
M ail scious living room 


th xtures. incl. air-condition- c ; : - ° R A , SE. ~ : 
AIR-CONDITIONED ine and tailorin ration dept.;O. F. SMITH t. BROS. CO./ » den. bem a vay. Se ee Se » hot : : aa} Sem See ARTA CLAUS Om ine 
Modern, centrally located. Reason- F levy, 1435 5 s ae NA A B-ASbs OL. 2-1627 Bves., OL. 2-6458 | 785s? MR STROMAN: OL. 41341 —___—_—— —} foltins : per| EARLY THIS YE cu ie mM "BERNSTEIN CO. | 


adie rt ; . . . AD it Mad =, Atlas Realty ‘CO. 5-3533 9 “Ti 2) 


| AA ee Nearly| 2 ER - 763 
1 no ri a ong | Rae na SAUL BE NOUS SHEPHERD PARK Ste aikhe at taal! OP OEATOR ere. | BY'OWNER [JOHN R BINKETT, INC. 


nt Ocal Dr U : : . 13 
sa ae} soy Ba.) $n tARD REAL AMERICAN U. PARK FS front sand peak, verde. Goes) Rome win “s vaarigs. Be, athe | 2ooa.Moeh of Riese be fntes| PES ORED ela TSO 


TY. : . oom. : 

TOR’ $ SUI E ; — 7 fon. : 4601 YUMA ST. NW, ] 325 HEM LOCK STREET NW. RIVER ROAD. ty’ r D : : down payment m . , ~ Eneiish OPEN SUN., 9 to 4 
@ floor of apartment MOTELS FOR. CALE OPEN 10-DARK JOSEPH E. BRUNO., INC. | mediate possesion. Mr. Cox JE 

iit: —”. dens Tea wane Advice and consulta by Beautiful cor. lot, neeee 7 ~ a OPEN SUNDAY ] DARK VA a proved s18.850. White brick; ST. 3-333 ert Jv =] Cot ATTENTION 5038 13TH ST. NE. 
ge al aft ae Aye m urches. a b fire- , ena DO Line, Gell Men Che. LENN % clals of Mise din. tm POWDER Rae” 
signed {or practicing | physician: pada tio 3" 2 Ee $23,250 cones, EM 2-3725 or Mr. Sheldon. Bem ACKSON - Ne. an 116 YOU ST. NE | storm I kitchen mt 
pan a A Tat 3 eg ; J. C. CHATEL Piha bss" ee.| ONLY $195 DN. | ean. 

BUSINESS PROP. RENT 47 be boue , sulation. 8: | uae | REATION RAL 8180 3.800. | pare ioday. o_. 
Pata es 2S : ee op cash, balance easy pay- er About $30,000. EVE-| Here is a home that is priced to sell below cost of beautiful WALTER REED AREA | 332 8.87 ag rms.. 2 batt | -" ” righ COLORED-—OPEN 14 
[RVICE STATION to cane Tl ease ° twee 7-106 r -5 t - tat : = > D 

Major of) co. has a new 3-bay per- JOE H. THOMPSON - eMICAN Ut UNIVERSITY adjoining homes in this lovely neighborhood Ve Bik. off Upper 16th St b ‘oit® Peat £)2,008. S = home, rear poret a bib Rin BR ICK RAMBLER 


ee wl enamel station for lease in , ’ AN : ote oben . | jarge front porch and “yard ,, 
Palmer Park. Md. Excelient op-| 232 WOODWARD BLDG. | PARK rin Bulatending features thet will epech your ove: A £2000 reem | Par dstory ‘brick Fewn, Mouse fe be Tigo xe 95 DOWN TO YO 
. 2} j 9 


portanii y for @ qual ufed person te den, 3 -—~ . : y i fis r iv ) 
en er inte ® profitable business fo fi nt, off h-wh—and is im excellent condition through- : al) = 1 5c 4 ~—t 
, 4 abes T EM. 3- 1220, Day or Night) , nt Leeation Conenient . lot with lots — expensive, lovely shrubs. You must m sep. din it : y oor rang 2 apts. ’ 4 . 7 22 Kentucky Ave SE 


eT eR! Ko ee a LOPpPIneg an ransportation ' appreciate. tT; 
STORES,_RENT Ms} MUSIC RECORDS | 1275" Windom Pi. NW. Sted et Getctee ant tm Bet ONLY $195 DN. | 


ALY EXANDRI DEL RAY AREA all = “round cot R. A. HUMPHRIES ri b of ety lS. Aagtot potcwater| 
oper ce tere. oo - viet s <_. “space. or =r eal salts, OPEN Ave. NW NA. 8-5020 LEO M erase IN 0. £. Ach Dp , om. ioe ee ew-house condition: | 
A. 7 10648 


’ 
man Hacturing pl piant. , barber ¥ repairs and service. $5. 2 Mass 5 PR BA, 8-2) | NAME ‘Youn teks 
uty P: parking factii- . ITO 5 °° ae ae Se 7) = 
urn ished $85 per mo.| MYRTLE A. WEADON. B , Livine nious ining room, kitchen, |” . oe ; co 8 REED AREA CALL OWNER ‘x. 32-8660 | - 
oe ral BA & Fr OR ma ginNe AND F : s.. bath, : en . on T . ) ULTRA-MODERN BRIC 


KER | 1 2-18 
oom ve 25 } py eee ee et TL 2 ABO — NCR = FRON ORC 
3 Bedrooms, 22 Baths, Brk.| ims DIXIE LTY | COLORED— BUY OR, TRADE COR TELT ce ae 

7 220 N 


Cent er 5} ee b d. a : . » » bu £ thre S & ST 
at ES — ’ ‘ od. 3-bedrm c : . = y . it's true. you can become the 
: ° Ms ; lL NEA 


Ar! Yr Y AND ¢ ; ; 
e Apt vel bf ae eighborhood. ~ ave, to 46th st. “ ; der rm ; 
4 units. ’ indem Dil, leit om indom N | ( ) N b ( | h irror pL, . ~ ies 
alr, Aeme : ee oy 1 tion ge Fg pa sell 4 46th [) | S Fr. IVE VW SE disposal. air-conditioner ay : omts of ,Woodri “hoi ar ~ and 
et, de © , } tr r eau- _ , “ si oF - . =» 
a Celtentessen. ht yng Be EL, Wm M. Throckmorton schools, shopping and transp au ‘Bee it eae. let m. “have | . Ny C : oT 0640: event ng _ 87 
n I . . ».*. 


a men's weet, $5, ine. quoted § Sic a al BERGMAN REALTY CO.| S2cr Sifec* ec ahd ist me. D_ VACANT: ¥ 

an e wea Re . e wk) 

bakery, ste. * Beats 15. =e ay *. $3608 avec! . PARI 50 ’ ; . ST. 3.9433 TA. 9-1750) - : FE. 3-2326., "HO | 536 ONEIDA OL ON W. | | $ } 95 BN 
vd FS Young, ST. 3- 1500 ; ‘aw a 3 . Brand-New and in Washington S$ WALTER REPD—Ga.. Alasca Area “POR GRACIOUS OPEN 5A | semidstne 


f t Practicall new. redec . 
029 Vermon aa ‘es rm, dot. aa: - brick. 6 rms. bath, plus| 3 South Dakota Ave. NE bedrms ished | 6-RM. BRICK—BSMT 


ed. 
arnes. SHANN : — ate ise. ot -W. wader rm., disposal. dish-| > s very ize. liv. rm. with! bBemt.. r o| ry. hu mn thi . 
Realtors “eee Kae Wil deb crlinder Must se x. ofte d. VOLKMAN. | ¥ ‘ greed she good terms nA . 2 VY heat, , var , au to. h w. bt ‘spot 
Loe % APITOL HILL Choicest Residential Area be Comp. st. 3.9315] with Baroeaue ‘pit; “all conven-| _ AVON SHOCKEY | sttoni. magi, perments 

. excelient financing | Ty. 2-2100 Eves. pres, J0._1- 7381 | EAT a 00. 


PRIME LOCATION sae dete Ae, OPEN TODAY, 2-5 ba A edrms., 4% or ober \ ee heed —_ “a SOOM. | CO 4 
caer samt by, ye i "aintl™ ting Wo] $021 Cleveland Avenue N.W. | pietinalS "8, 2TH ak | enue eee MS AV ETERY “VOICE|_ CO. 5-4056_ 


ae > Be 3.3579. OSE PIS bedrms.." tile bath Jd | 

~ dite ent tor me orye ur alge ~ ~ ; rh # oh RET NR. EASTERN STAR HOME | Powe: bp." Tinos cori ® 4 ~ "hat Tigh—alt day. Cal cone SALE BY OWNER 

py rent tos aaprratere ee fable beaut. sid pine fis ad paptsle 2 BEDRMS.—$10,750 =: bo 522 EDGEWOOD ST. NE. 
a - 


ros to good tenant. Avail $250 up; $500 down: ° ' % This beaut. mod. home must be 
what ‘have you NO Phase. fede for RETO. HILL The entrance hall with its gracefully winding stairway Open 1-5. 6524 NO. CAPITOL gt my OLOR ED—S Pl | LEVEL sold today. name your own terms 
be | Col. row brick: 6 lee ~ ; 


ae SL. auto heat, 


CONSULT MR. YOUNG _- Busy cor. : drms ¥ 
Shannon & & he tersection v hand C $10,000—RESTORED typifies the cherm that pervades every room of this : ot gee ie Ny 
atte te ee ea ve mate ony nt ce | SS ane RAMBLERS sigrtes Be ea 
mite ,  #h. FS | na erchants | kitchen gas h-w. bh, nice yard splendid home. age wig Hem one Se Ay eee cee te 50, ONLY 2 LEFT | vanes cane enen 


WHEATON TRIANGLE—New siore,| 1 have s well-located y store] $}°°) of85 | : 
ipx? ahh re Wow siors.| 2 ‘Nexandria oqated grocery st ff ~ a cote 3-2 ron library offer comfort for the family and hospitality co. 5 pag2._8 wl 9 $20, 500- $2,000 down COLORED—VACANT 
steller res , , N7 : ry 
u .. soe SU. 9-S0Es nigh Ca for guests. The completely equipped GE kitchen has bas #758 Nr i Open Sat 10-5—Sun. 2-5 (Daily til 5) OPEN TODAY, 2 TO 6 
3812 KANAWHA ST. NW. ide 10 Aéth St. & Reed Ty SE 3610 STH ST. NW. 
2] ‘ & L A W. 5 BEDRMS. 2% BATHS space for eating. There are two big bedrooms and = priced, tie ' , ee errace bemeiae 
5 ts. N ASSOCIATES, INC. - Owner leaving tor Europe. : FR BAL DIRECTIONS: Out Benning B4 NE past Central ave B RMS - - 2 BATHS Me KITS 
larg” base remodeled store, 22x56. with ~742 bles ™ ifer ts 2% baths. And a screened porch overlooks the NE Sep bri : “ram- const pulng on Benning to uthern ave., right on South “s home on bus 
ar et Besutiful “show aj farm Wanlaneat maseies- der bler. ha . iv red bo air n | m™m 2 blocks to Reed Terrace. right 1 block to house in ’ floor den er front 
has f hise opening in ’ 645, oare Beautiful bric 21-ft nt r . a -. 
betes Di 7-9080_| Seth eles a eS magnificently landscaped’ 25'xS0’ garden, ei breattaet sm"™ aha Raftincse stuebes, festering 3 perch, fun ‘acement, tae nw 
iy 2 ee tion of store in.| richt -2076 : eS =. oo “e HILL R ALTY 6. TA 9-788 1 
"eiadloe Ow eyes, * x. gre ja- . : es rm... : onreal a . 3 | ms 6 ealer A + » e epiace. 3 . E C 86! 


o $75 including util- “Ce.—Bar. erill and rambler. Deluxe ar , ze | 
ities. “Siay Georsia ave. nw. "FA. Ve: sae Zieh, Sm 4, apne, OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY pegenetice,  Feneieg SE a a aE Ding, ienier and schools Negi I gy RE 


ron on r 3 additional ber bik. away call Mr Blitz, eves Wo . 
1206- N.Y. AVE” NW. Bichway, 429,500, Terms brary). 1. ‘baths. and ria, oD 24: ree. rm. Also e bes Detached Brick 
terminals, 15x38’ derholdt Realty Co. closed bedrms 1 P M. "TIL DARK 7629. Open : . ELITE HOMES LU. 2- 1185 3808 17TH PLACE NE. 
; ‘s 


Sun 
lates. moder show BacArthur BI vd. | - nee 


wind — 
ae for jewelry FOYE novelties, custom Ww elry COLORED—VACANT OPEN SUN., 2 to 5 


torage fm. on 34 
airin rm : in a0 R Real OY 
FRITZ—DI. "?: 9080 epreet; Rs t) an “a be . FROM CONNECTICUT AVE.. TURN WEST ON CALVERT RA EM. 188, PRICES SLASHED! ! 


SS chandise; mu a open 
GA. AVE. WW. (at Heuneas) iline Cal 7- h side yard ipt : eek 
inret rag sorner. very’ busy location, ex? : Ont leases atone ¢, excellent con- ST, DRIVE PAST THE SHOREHAM TO CLEVELAND iD <4 TO 5 ALL HOMES MARKED DOWN FOR TODAY ONLY 00 "basement with rece 

usiness . in , | reat . “® beth, gas heat, 
$2200 pooperens, wy pecs . sg ; AVE.. TURN RIGHT AND PROCEED TO THE SION : ub OPEN SUNDAY 1.6 reation —- 2 ren 
ericksburs. Ve All moderna P overjooking Potoma alley, ar if you A er P ® with the salesmen at of ee ee eere aaee sores 


SHANNON & LUCHS a naa & Reslv B WRIG 4 tho end parochial schools following ay 5O matter when you bel sen 1 A. + % quick sale, Call a McIntosh. 


FFERS devicksbure Ve. $021 Wise. Ave, EM. 3-8600 USIE V. WATWOOD Save U to $] ,000 RED" A. SMITH CO 
CHOICE LOCATI ; 3 pation . . 
ONS | rcqem Shrok ety sanz HOME AND INCOME” | 25 Mowraquy az, x-w 6 A STREET 8 & 


4TH & CLIFTON , : 124 Wilmington pl. se.. off Nichols Reduced to $12,950 yeu 
rer er tare containt Sensational! New Home-Buying . Almost new ‘F-tamuly apt | Setached en Se nai WAS $13,950 | RAMBLER 


ve 
De approx, , 
rn. Excelent aii-year - st town : ach apt. consists o 6 rms. front porch. 1% baths 
ation =. o room ” '8 spacious rms. front porch ~ ’ 
a ne tuer or tsore. devicateconn | cially Feqnensieee sens Plan For Colored oom. 2 god.-sized, bedrooms, OE | 2, 2 tu Wath, of hwbh. det yard. gases.’ a hte UPPER N.W., 
kitchen. tile bath. There & sep- NEW USE A bom will be d t own 
ent of arate heating system and private! yew HOUSE CONDITION ao CONDET ION with ht Y~ ae ly ana din! 


-gr . 

VA 7 gem store : i7 f ch. basement! 429 PEABODY 6T. LW 

hae Fe atte —m— HERSHEY KEEPS DOWN P, YYMENT b taken yoom, ‘Your = we aT mAMILTON gT, 3. Reduced to $14,500 

: Re uce to yw 
gatge ofice 9 —Retell ef combi- W fb bed. 
BS . ee ee , Ww bp 4 4 le ats le AS LO AS $50 COME SAV gs a a pe poo rms.) modern ; on, duced fo 7 suet wale 
d-le 1 ‘ ° : nic . 

gigund-ieve ‘hopding’in fear, Rent yg & — but With 6 Months to Pay yo NEW HOUSE CONDITION NEW HOUSE CONDITION Pharr. ARES tna on 

ed 6216 <INEY BRANCH ROAD. NW 15 Plea. Ave. NW. NO. 71-6145 


Shanno caner ne cher be required 8 for feed. $1,830 ash FOR THOSE WITH GOOD CREDIT REFERENCES AND EMPLOYMENT ee 7 Ne Reduced to $14,950 “List with ut of plart packing” 
REALTORS SINCE 0% oe able. oat ta Write ‘Tully. RECORD HERE’S HOW THIS SENSATIONAL PLAN WORKS bow Firm. on tat floor. twiti-sive massengttse ick bungaloy front. bore. compipte bath on_ ist Beautiful 3- bedtm. 2 


724 14th &t very spacious and very beautiful 


jy tt ee , on in. rm 
FEOPOSED SHOPPING Center 9? ver Paty edalg- { | ‘ve ji : : > - 
sroree---an ated on extremely — a 3s Srorsi hy oath ¥C) —pick the home you re interested in from pictures in our worth its price . eo oes h. 20 : 
v ry thi okie a 7 S| Sk fai Sea A li realty ottice. UPPER NW oe FRED EHRLICH fu outgide —# to side 4, ss oe. 
Ww 


Dad ove 54 
o YOU —take the key and inspect it yourself, without a salesman Lovely bre ine tetrets ‘Ben "bat ns Pa che sult, “RA. 3-408 Fg 
floor Built. modern Rat ORED 


maqutmests”, foarte” cbais| — SANTRP-GBR VORA FIC and save 65% Fendi 1631 GALLATIN ST... NE. 
8 | $300 DOWN 


ape oth c Sapes ustnenes A vad £ 4912 16T eT. NW : | 
florist gifts. bakery bea je zpur wn boss! W —can decorate yourself and save. Brick, © cenérdte fet ree. Fm. # A RGE A A P( S| NG ) Semi-det brick: clean ats ip Wy, 
soy an fa. t. Dir: Out N. H. A 0 size bedrms .. fal ; 


orth, 
> ‘Bu me — hardware 
losed 


rant, ra >, merch source pym ve t 
to start more than Be Auto reson S&t.. rieht on Emerson to | 


essen restau 
Pot further “intormasi bi- 
len {ssociate Sto % © - Wye ist St.. left to Open sien 
Fit" > nae tors, Wak 14th iy Spt eS ot —will give you credit on all your ae against the down MICHIGAN PARK CORN ER HOME 
L sed lines of ie 2, supplies, radios. WE payment, bringing it to as low as 1350 RITCHIE PL. NE | 


- us 
line. Nr. many apts. and homes. 2} bicycles, septienees. | Beautiful det. brk. Lar _? "Al 4 
show windows, Good for many trbes ce required 2 "baths, modern kit. fireplace | - W COLORED 
sor TMI a : Rita fmiim cash | WE will allow you to move in with a small down payment and rm and rec. rm; built- 4929 KANSAS AVE. N. ‘ . XMAS GIFT 
EHO , 5 See, write or phone now for settle within 6 months. You will receive a credit on Shown By Appointment Only: OPEN SUNDAY. 1 ‘TIL DARK nf be ie 
plete information your payments at time of settlement. Loveiyv brick home “Dedrms . = ‘hal entrance. chestus 
UTO SUPPL rm Lo e oO ever : ; : © 
_ hed - thing. Very lot & payment.| First offering of this beautiful, spacious brick home, at a | dow Raaiake asain 
The deal just couldn't be better—so ee ere VERY FAIR PRICE 


4001 Arbutus 1696 

' ve 
story wate t c mn today and let us explain! Live sonttves ma this .—— 

: Bis G aloa ‘rma. kit, bath, Only $1900 down | Side-hall entrance, large living room with fireplace, banquet- 


WE WILL BE OPEN SUNDAY FOR YOUR ie pr i HO sized dining room, huge, huge, modem kitchen and den on 


Ist floor. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths on 2nd; full basement, built-in 
tion throughout. 


CONVENIENCE 10 A.M, TO 5 P.M. " UF SB sp garage. Excellent condition 


PO dined |_ MORTGAGE & INVESTMENT ‘CO. R. A. HUMPHRIES 
NA, 8-3480 2 Mass. Ave. N.W. NA. 8.5020 


1713 °N. Capitol ot, DE S-s1e8 "6 


appt 
$3316 hapmao today RA 


THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERALD SAL HOUSES 67 M SALESUaU RS NOUS 67 uO. oe —r ees te 
re ae $ WANTED, te BUY 65 count i inhi Prince Georges County 

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DOW fishest cash wri SLEAFORD RD. BETHESDA : n. Lage, fas parete din. rm, -| OPEN SUN. ats OPEN SUNDAY 2-DARK nieces ee 
m: i ; ' : ' ART 0 : : " fer| 1001 ely ANVILLE DRIVE rott 

ot SA ect Ry 7101 FAIRFAX RD. RO "iain "ei eres See Ba | pa ns mt a gg 


ger ‘on h d 
@ Suto eat; redec.; = Near Mrs charm heme 
cond.; nice yard: vacant. , ! 0 ne . rm. ea Cod, : s| in ood. Liv | Satese. Vacant—move in im- 
FMAN & CO : ~ fp . 


= rm... kit : 50 per month 
. ings 


: eth | : eit rage i 

CO. 5-4056 ‘TIL 9 PM. |2. sass “ave. Menltors NA. e-sono) farPe*Ds. of bows 4: pe : fs intormation call. Mr.|. Mz, Wolf AN, ee 
"COLORED—$500 DN | “home in Bc or May =| Rast-West highway, left’ to ‘Pear OPEN 3 Fe. wi) ath Mle a re ara | Seentst, Sf 
Loreir OW, brick. « dearma. up| [Adige 2-8400. WHE 6-€818 LO) OF. rieht 2 blocks to Sleaford Welt] SUNDAY, 1 TO DARK RAM ) SPRING —— | BRECUEL We ete g tance for) i rencagable “oflere “Cut 


% block to hare "s — 
paths f . in par re Ga Cle oom ; t x il} n : ht 2h biks WYATTSViLLE— Sua 
249 L YD , DAVIS CO. Beautiful, solidly built brick - and. y Liv vm, . Fen Compac! : ; LESS N RENT h ° ® Granville nd _-§& 4. 4. Lo. 5. $3500." an Songed a4 jets. 
1608 K at NW Colonia bier. livi ¥ a, 3350. | 


| oi : 
-0352 home, tuated 6 1. one of . ed poreb: beautiful 1 lot. Price piace. he - Be od-| Son ak ro . sa 
—- mi “hort prettiest. tree-lin resident 4 : : 6-74 8014 BARRON 
59 ideal retired of Olney, Quaint, old, 5-room and 4 in megemeer, All t OD COMPANY : Titre SSS. room and bath | J ; x: 8693. Mi — ohh: © a3 
1410 DELAFIELD PL aoe. BG, bee be. cor.| path. log and frame cottage. %> & ures are looting <| a... L trade for lote, $30 wa st Flr wdr, Km.—-Recr, KM.) 4 nice center hell brick coloatal chuarky wai 
9 rms. 1% baths. Snappy de tuxe en, Lots, acreage. RYON. e bat bas tons | 2 ta —_ t-in bookshelves, “os ie SS, bon” PY. ta Eves. JU. #-14 | NR, NEW LANSBURGH’S — 2 “¥ rm. brick PARK Moder 
Echen’ Véretian — 4.9700 RA. -6146. $750 ; ren Hl replace, nh tee ew room ales janes | ROCK -Moae: meas . Cod In CEO Ww. ROBERTSON | p= hes Cen’ pike ait ae wd at pottatio ttac ch x | a. * Living mm 
' piace. s ed ga “new ¢ i . 2 liad ' o 
SALESUBURB. HOUSES 67MD.) 29%..." Development MO.| porch, jaree level lot ‘in i 4 nice bedrooms. House and | Resitor, 7096 Wise. Ave, Ot. 2-2123| Gin rm. ise kit. © > rea, | seneth pees. © sil Bargain. "tis 350 Ba 


: COL.—KENILWORTH © es | eso Cf ENOLES— 415.556, ‘a fully ' fin m rounds attractively maintained. | garb. disp. “dish was her. T 
DET.—5 BEDRMS.~—$14,950 | AR TOARS eauipped te. =. = ' M ; : present loan i> te een med Vet- SOM ERSET shee te Tm “Penced ya ies | toe Barre t sieht te ” 


dec | LAUREL, MD.—Bale or rent; 5-room ” 0 rali-t Mr. We , 
,,I-8, $750 dn. Redecorated. | LAUREN, Fal Demmi: vi bedrm.. brick rambler @ wonderful — © cee Gee) See Boe, ee Se fe” s 832" ) Ave | cS Se. Sees 


J rm., kit. package. Fenced yard. storms and ehure bd qd rent com, ment _ story. 
ind ‘tiath. 3° ¢hbedr : tT OEE T 6114 ; PA._5-0819._ expandible mtty GRAHAM & CO., are $90 includes | » piv locks. to 4516 EDOEFIELD RD beth, Ol he fh 
: h tara : yee ns of Early aa canned com-| S05 6550, 9 sill 9 FS bs st, Out Wisconsin ave. to! ty " baMUEL + at Of MEW SPUTALEVEL | § | ” eo ‘ik. to ith ag’ ys! fight ,Goed ter ms. 
. r were; radie ulevar ’ -6151; - in-siz : : " : ress ealty 
ui Kenilworth aye. I bik. pasi| $11,800 FRA. St cor ,conveptions | eaehiria Fa. iat O shomping| oe GA Sef BF Wichen with preakiagt ‘area-|LEO M. BERNSTEIN CO. | Hak Sak Amici Bovweh| Coc 


eee EE STEIN CO| Seer o Sane eae CHEVY CHASE Seats abs Sind? Noten tat | on Naas rate Tecglans hl| fokt"cae'Pars 2sareurna po. sagt aus | Liens ol 
-@ e ves, ca Ane ime iv room 
UES M "BERNSTEIN CO. ree ro. RAMBLER sped 29 Sints. sil-slecirie kitchen. Hol-|6. F. SMITH & BROS. CO.. TOP LOCATION <e. sad tents oe 


_ oO 4 ee Se ; he | point appliances be! ter “anxious kit. Immed ape Dinin : 
' SOLaRED ail 400 on the waned Bey 8 th W. CC. & A. N. MILLER | ove Fiz, GF loan can| Ol. 2-627 Byes. OL. 32-6458 | Kear CHEVY CHASE CLUB | Bis.0s8 ‘Our W vies. ‘Fear eo tt leben 
* Setuwatet, feat. 7221 DELAFIELD ST DEVELOPMENT CO (RBALTORS) | be sasumed. Sel Sell ast Naval Hospital to Cedar dis 


Builders and Develo ei, te SPRINGFIELD — ADJOINING KEN-| 3705 Thornapple Street rig ht 


tic 
Gi APPROVED w ¢ ; } 
; c esley Hts.. 6151; eves. Mr len, OL | WOOD—Open daily and Sun. 12- eid road right to open 
lots, paved streets, OPEN, 1 TO DARK so : WK: c, "eres. Merl 107 Dark. A croup of custom built new PPERED at $1500 jess than the geld phone RA. 3-6364 


AP. 7-1400 "ti 8 o. m 


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Kroto. WA, 


conve. lo igcption 99080" » ek torn . 


8 4860 Mase. Ay : . 
$595 DN $41.15 MO crete gutters and drivewsys. Y. List Your’ Oued Wein 6-96 RVILLE. “ott ai La. , ad Seathlene,  belood 


It homes in —Sust : ome. 
AY ‘TIL DAR qualty-puilt in. ® an offer on this charm- Rockvilie. 3-bedrm 32.950. Level lot, apa- 10 UNETT AV. 
OPEN TOD 1 "TIL DARK | sirable loc... are ore, your. is r-hall rami : hes ~——— | 950. Lee. liv. rm. ell, ; clous roome t roughout detuxe all ; 36 on 


. ection dail Fa ) Sunde ay Phone eink : with, lee, eating val! ' I rrnre . i eit 
» for more jniormatio ; : ; ; ; 3 rooms. =| CT eTTIs u : _¢: 
738 EMER SON ST. NE. i. xcRE FARM —4 miles from} section of Chevy Chass, close K ENWOOD d shops. BONA r = spit Tovel pursery oF , mM, pasernece 5003 Fifty Six Ave. 
| Gettysburg. Gentleman's farm. 4) ‘°° *©* . Shopping and trans- ‘ 7 / - Boringtiel 2- cer garace, h n ly 4 of Rees new rambiers Detached frame and shing! 
731 FARADAY PL NE | seres im timber, 14 acres pasture | pe “eee a e Vv. att — rans Ban & rea Nr ' is! eft. The large bedrms., dinine "r yy fu 1 oceme peat. 
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i aa ith ¢ ; th al ; screened-in re da 6201 BROOKSIDE DRIVE Cod on 75x125 ft. lot - ILD TBBAy, I- 6 separate din. rm. aT pped ~ 4 wher "win ‘ell ms 

Semi-det. brick homes itm excel.| DOwdeT ; fireplaces and mai 4 light bsmt. with 3 = maid's 4 i * $ a - 5 2-100. FRO “ ae om e | See, OF out) = RD y arelticd M. SMILEY. INC. 
, " ’ ; - 7 : t ; ; . 7) : + mm. ; ¢ rer 

. - m cn bath full rs. ; ong * table; | | Toom and potentia OPEN = -f*? S553, | fn ike ry fs ety Bap tn g : Av . me orna napple. varn ot remmes Bc . + - n’ o-sn08 


room Beautiful 
n ; - full bemt.: 2 os, | we Vacant. EX. | of house 15.950 | aaa 
fenced rear yard a’ a n-Gl, $50 0g Bre TA. 9-5500 e ) St. te) PL A AN T 


: Gown, | 
| through pro , ti duced to $26,500 i®, 7 ‘ o., aq ins Ba} g- 500, ———— : Fs - : 
“POWELL. LOVING | fishing. Inspection by appointment good terms; immediate posses- | SUNDAY 2 ‘TILL DARK : , ram~| TARO Al 25x13 livis S : >. O e adi B = we 2-8tory Asbestos shingle home on 
REAL ESTATE | | sion To | . Ipe. liv. rm.. kit. wit) o| Sreplece, dip. tm. pedrm., dat. | ____ Ol, $7800, Reteb, 1939 | &.. d Riadens ure 2 ocks nice lot With 2 bedrms.. liv. rm 
we sa f Fg 4cnn =|GLYNDON — Nice suburban home : , Reach; Ou we cone aw 8 ly ol mostra kitchen }st fi oxi! bed - - anett. left ot Meske te een | <n, rm. Ls wie 
- white clapbeard. ston ro. REACH: Out Brookville Rd side Dr. and right . : a me orm's La a =n Eve, shone WH 6-T6eR86 oe and encios rc $7500 
COLOR ED— ; $495 yeas tms.. bath and powder "om. : rna Dei- our sien. to. 6201 reced JU " cox -co - Ow : - le 6214 Garian ove iv, > ; RA 3-636 TH HOMAS E eee 


+ a eas @ ' : atte! d St. ri ie te house z _— NO HAN DYMAN 
. ; © inspec call 4 ' NG ri x PK.—C & € vy. i . ealto 
2nd & E N. = trees: transportation at door , . J, WESLEY BUCHANAN, INC. | OPEN SUNDAY. 25" | ’ as brick Soneabew, ¥ ti REQUIRED 10802 LOCKRIDGE DRIVE \ ATH CHEVERLY 
New list Het oe ‘ A fe Exclusive Agent ; s. 6.500. JU. 5- this before you buy. A 1- alla On 
REISTERSTOWN- But ler rd lot EIG &, cKEEVER aa Te Aa pethesda, OL. 6- 09 702 BOUNDARY AVE. IF YOU BUY THIS ONE | we -o! * rambier te) new- hoyse Set oem oe = __ at a 


; ditk baihs 
A RS i ne le: ; ~~ 4 | VIERS MILL by owner: $176 dow iw. ri , od beamed 19¢ children to lay, 
RE LTO ) & NSURERS P ar elem. sc This immac. 2 G 7 DOWN full be o Ae OWNER LEAVING TOWN ) rm we 3 7 ape “ : e THO OMAS E' " Ti IME 


front 


. 2 mt.; wy wr = er 
JU. 8-620 at . ambler . - 4 
with fireplace © Le s par m.. ' ' din rm lot adj park WH ‘ IMMEDIATELY 


for £495 . led | Liv. rm with f : 
. » i a ed ull poms : : 5! . hi ven N. ¢- a 
| T NATL REALTY” excel, cond.. immed. possession - —— ty cr a wall-to-wall carpe heated rec. rm WE T hedem. brick rambler. All- : BUI Aieaitor SC ANDAEWE On: 7 ah 
RE S 


3- 

c UG- carpetin x close 1 

ov ian HA GI a i HA . electric kitchen Beautifully C 
4.3422 21 0- we PARM—Palls and String- C EVY C SE RRA To “ING. Realtors _ wees Gistance to D | finished recreat a room. Storm ireviace Other ‘ $500 ASH 


UN 
: f tire NTRY A A , . m ta | Windows, d ofs. and many othe ind! . | in 
5206 5 t = Tr NW. noi os > bide get 19 Ne + pe sus dec : wi ; right to Richmond, then left te F R | ENDSH Pp . juxe features, Schools at — rts f Three- Seftoom beset Rema, fen coe 


OPEN |} TO DARK | stream. spring and wel! jaca FPOOART un | your doorstep. | @ition! ~. | yard end be 

Gi OR CONVEN rot AL Ary otteris a - of tals ft ine home 2 PR NSIROTON.TOW: ' ROGERS "Rk REALTY CO. HEIGHTS MOVE IN NOW! ; | at. to il} Dive i La 
T ’ : i ~ sed and RESERVOIR REALTY CO. : the i ten | Biss wd a 2.BEDRM RAMBLER rr 55 ie 2 bas | ENJOY THE HOLIDAYS ; ; = A ' . : eee. McAllister. Realt ; 
mnmmeiave " occupancy. | WESTMINSTER RD, ,REISTERS-| Unoest i "ticreh accar'entaee, $13,500 =S-vearoom rics ramoter. tiv | 5321 WILLARD AVE. | °N Te TOVELY — |.arr Tit ts'deed ‘soa bes ooss SUITLAND AREA, $9500 


' - mn On orsan! ' room, . phone LO. 5-2653 heme vl 
MUTUAL ‘isting REALTOR! and | *, ter Cl ey  Dioeks to sh gushe . achool . te: - ¢? ] 500 COMMUNITY aree ompl cle 
. ann tin . . : rte ; i" terior reen ; 5 . ; 
Aune Arundet Chase Cire) s Rady ith cet. garage. Financ- CHESTER H. KELLER 
n Tavior " ht te : Mp ; 7 Realtor 


baie Ann A Re ee, pu : : | i shopping $15. 750 rub 
ANNE ARUNDEL CO.—4 rms. 2) (M&S mm Sh soaks rine | Or 7 10 am ta & sil alety. low do 
ViEW REALTY _ Ren fetes, arsette Beat aaa aut: | soo cota tity PRE o.sang jo3i8 FAWCETT sr. | Brawn hoxitn’ (o* he | = CYP EN GI ORCONVENTIONAL | 4), TRADETRADETRADE™ | Sapm vaeatesen Pncoe eat" 
en house. tractor. et and out , = n N 714. Alter & om JU_! —- ++i |= 7a “a 
COLORED—G! board motor included. $13,000 SHANNON. & iL e . ~~ +? on ¢. from) 9.°38% or JU. 9.207 FINANCING | a ne of —~ Ne and ~ Fp’ 3- 4- | m -8837 
EXCEPTIONAL VALUE best offer. J. F Ratiore. Chureh- UC + CO. to Paweett. a “ OPEN ae | SILVER sPhIna._cl ASPEN nwol te ° = 4 ~ 5. JIM BRI | | 
; ton. Md. call West River 347) RANCH RAMBLER. | SUNDAY, 1 TO DARK 520: WT RR eee MD. Fear St lem. PHA of conventional | PARGME— TEE Contre! — 


4 PHITEHALL, 6-9326 | a . Dt it a. tarium 
ae oe HOLIDAY HOUSE | HUGGINS & HARRISON, INC. $13,900 | meer 5 eae Stet Ps ee get beh Colonial 
h AR Y E B + TE , r.19615 Conn. A ve. LO. 5-4900 ‘ |} sample neon. “BONAR A FOOAR. Askin ; 
LE CLUB ESTA | , $ie2 RUFFIN RD KENSNGTON—HOMEWOOD | 3 BEORMS., FIREPLACE | J'\3_unusual spacious | tion. | , vers eg RADE’, teal Estate. RA. | "$53 
Bilyer Spring. JO016 Bidper J Rd. Re Roe EATHS $12, 950- Gi APPR | FULL BASEMENT, PORCH, | = e Rall. livi om. dinin ? Rp E ‘TEMPLE HILLs— 


: ALLY R : ’ n _ _ 
, CAMPANELLA a 0. Owner moving. will sell for less | EXCELLENT FINANCING DOWN. APPROX. sas GI APPROVED—A BARGAIN of breakfast space, dishwasher and| KEEP AN 
COLORED—HURRY UP ||| ose t condition. immed, occup. Drive oot Wie 1 #.t9 Chev? Cas CLUDING TAXES IMBORANCE | vem matt. 35-4100. on | 1h heck Foe Ske Rede ohie EYE ON 
plas — -t a Mr BROWN, HA 2-3681 ] st hecroor at 


$250 DOWN ter her bedrooms 


1366. Mrs. K : BRPU : . Ideally situat ed l block to traniso din —— sign 


earpetine lot 100x200 £17.500 


ntat Nr + 
h-w. h it- | tranep., golf course. Sligo Park Or ' Realtors, OL. 4-6867 > b ; Pha INC ‘room ‘and ; iM 
i hav e business Call) Goere S ave CHEVY CHASE : nd fm = 7: arate entrance. rwo-en ar detached INDIAN , ; 6-room, tie bath ler; | 2.18) — 
’ Godw ’ | jet nice . i NW NA 8.5000 . aly li¢h | } 
ne Bite "Oy Ee 5 rs. let 2 88 Gee in Feo te KIRKSIDE | ful is, SILVER “SPRING “RAMBLERS- ; m, * com het a. | . i3 6 500; owner will WES ial SVILLE 
Lo — A U 541 ] DELMONT CT. a ec over. — oo $ } 4 750—$950 DN condition throughout — BRICK CAPE COD 
= A START IN LIFE BETHESDA CUSTOM BUILT RAMBLER to Kensington ae turn right , : Root BAF 


} 2 on Plyers Mill rd. te mn i-6 New brick ramblere.| To reach: Out River rd., D ' - a. : LON 
UY YOUR B DO TODAY & DEN ht to are to anyone. No need te be| beyond District d —~ ie ~ ye ——. living rm. with fireplace, full 


6 u 4-7444 or ° 27008 sign LO ay Lee. liv. rm.-din. rm. comb at rd ‘Open”™ vape se, . 
- oe = “tees : : . . : « _ _ od ki 
$350 DOWN $13,950 NELED $32, RITC Doe 4 o i w/gard s.. dish- 532 ‘es. cal : loan iio asvume : led bath "on i Finished’ in 
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: : lo ——*. e 9 and bat h r :<em ‘ s : * 
ry ~ ser on + . c ° 7 " ' ‘ .- Ry r J § , : 
1ST Ci sone IAL st LF ‘ise eened . NORTHWEST REALTY —* - firep! FREDERICK W. BERENS paneled apa: h ineluc COLORED a sia 1} _ “ee » ia a Seenaet Go 


s di 
“ KENSINGTON rkfst. table. 3 bedrms Sheplee, “. 9-829 
ad a Ry ae aa BS. Soe CALL RE. 7-6650 NOW. TODA 2 4 BEORMS.——2 BATHS $3 bemt. Mr. Tarnef. TA + 4 . oe low | rambler v , maid's rm.. 
2 


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E THIS ONUSUAL BARGAIN: l. DER.: North on Ga. Ww NJ . ; 
i bedroo Ul, FINANCING | Exc. terme to nt . | pa sport Mt j : , a & A ' MILLER , ~~. FF rm.) Db > Out Michigan ave 
~~ % ~~ Qu apel 


clapboard 
1} “OPEN 1 TO DARK : ining Fm.,  ¢ R= 
: ome 


home 
On wie. ave past Western to Oll-| bed > ey ap sloview 
pwnings all ¢ round. P , ,. = a... + = a. LB a block to Bel-| Ree Cheerfu | ifn ae M. BERNSTEIN CO. 4860 ea "AVE NW 810) SOON——SECOND SECTION 
Sivek cB'tr a-sao7| Sigonegreee suse tert smnonssl| NORTHWEST REALTY | ise 2 , * Kiet YOUR SOME witk’ Us | 
) : on-vets. Reaito . rs . ' WHEATON - : 
COLORED, Ww “Enslewo od. —You will pois ae ot Cc CHEVY CHASE amet TAN LEY an RAMBLER 2-bed : ‘ mb! , 80 settler spent “eharces, on this mctpaes | 3-BEDROOM MODERN 
mas 5 rv — Oo. . + pve. room bungalow with full bsmt. Nice! 
ne | a = ga e 17-6650, | One of the loveliest rambiers in ee 3 BEDRMS. $17,950 Lee. | sep d is. Cond Convt.. on. Uh G. ey 5a | RANCH HOMES 


Er egenus Sige, Mie meee | 0B. Pek up we. BONAK &” FOGARTY. | WHEATON Non-oi ie 
fers all the madera conventences| “™,,%/**o5f rp.. din. rm. G ait.) 2 | oe 4rms ' her- f 
LU UCKY "VOU! Sof ocind"an tnettuciatand| Fup Sehegebe: Mees cece | ‘SILVER: SPRING—CLOSE IN | fats orf wore 
a ! : na it 


Storage at- 
exclusive area tf ' —T, at ep entt.| 4 BEDROOMS PORCH. GARAGE 
$17.950 


rm 
7 
scaped garden c , : : . 9 id : ' nu _ ‘ or 
7" beauty and . | Fow close-in can you gel? Twe 18 Os ’ 4U. 3-O775 25 FINER at! m incl. 26-ft. i gwar rt Pe Supp 
+ gives you emaring 3 | iy. Soote . at a , left to Lith "ave left | blocks to Hecht’ s. | a : ‘full | 3 3 + 
it rx eptionally good look-| »...-4 +... » Ve rn 8649 ilth ave everything : N- eo , MANOE—S-bedr this lo home | Rig 4 US S 
Puy | olonial residence, siate| prec cient | ; t's M. BERNSTEIN CO. : true side- | rambler sob baths, full bem! FEATURES ni Tiht on Mets M ELL 
roof eens in 6 delightful reoms, }OPEN SUN. NOON ‘TIL DUSK fase tranc Re with feneed; f..~- dn. Joseph J. Krote 2308 len, . ate 
ed rch and garage Get | DIRECTIONS: North on Wiecensin| - CO. 5-3533,_ 9 “til § L.. family din 4. ht. WA Pe IMMEDIATE ocey z 
teh 2) ROOM 


Bee's nn = owing. Uniike an: Sane fe corms for vets and : s miles to) Mass. Ave. Extended | fn: 4 | ew 
fo P rine mid : | Saves wait! Out Wise Ave be-| eit we 4809 NEW RAMBLER ° : sem : WOOD ACRES SALES AGENT SUITLAND 


rr | Youd District Line almost 1% miles JAMES = ” ODCON 2 h, deep. ai wt | 
| fe Bradiey Bivd. left about 5) co $22.950 | al bar- Pry SRS ‘ hol — re-howse | 
numerous biecks to Pairtax Rd, and right to| ST. 3-7200 EM. 3-944) OPEN SUN. | TO DAR n ede considered Call Mr a pete ad . 6s ! Aderholt Rea ty Co. ] 2- - re ot! Ap prext imately &. 
5 ‘we can ae] 21 Fairt CHEVY CHASE*— OPEN 1 TO 5 y ae A a ——— $3 efi, - “iSorry. only on porch. GE hen: Gf or 
| gw 7 = S60} BRITE, DRIVE—tiehiy re- Older eied $-r Cavtisi* lot eS . res . 88 ventiona] financing evailable ai Four-bedrm. home. with 1% pethe WEST HYATTSVILLE 
- > ingly built and desiened: 3 twin| Pt , Bsmt xe kitehs : FREDERICK W. BERENS PHONE: LOgan 7-8515 Ths home is ated 
"METROPOLIS REALTY CO. | bedrooms, 2-beth rick vambler) 2."..> . Mf Ga. / ~ wuipment; ree. rm. 3 ded- SALES, INC Wood Acres Constr. Corp. Suitland me ' i — $14,950 
ORES 500 TO" re) 08 DOWN | oe in "Desutiful kitchen | Sheehan BROA 30 keene h bsrnt 17029 L ST. NW NA. 8- s000 FOR INFORMATION git. rm: &. real $16, 58 
»—$15 or ; 7611 32 7 5 Cap an 
built - Be ; ve ou ass. OL. 4-3240 Eves.. OL. 2-7338 Ls 
SILVER SPRING — Le " Gaptiol st "Bri . ang out Butt 
OPEN | ° Chevy Chase, Md all eft on Potential only $14. 500 on Ge "hee. — - a _— ' - ——— x 4 fe ro feft ‘be “ rk. Harry asi ae 
' jv. rm. ige. din. rm luxe i- BEDROOM B: BARGAIN — 617 wa . out mi le os aif) ian 4 
on | Nostalgic Appeal nding T with table space. 2 hu bedr: WOODSIDE PARK All-bri Cape ort ae : aaeh 7 
“ miles to corner! . WRIGH - arose ft tras | CUSTOM. BUILT—$23 950 lent bed m % tiled sais LISTER, RE RE. Al TOR, 30 a ee 3 om 
21 Wise Ave NW EM. }-5600 spose), storm | has been traneferre separate Ginette, ft > | AN NC con. i 


Brite Dr. | i ! : wy 
The qui tfuls vest level L sereened porch. A. J buys. Nr. And 
ALLIED REALTY | yas been tastefully pre- | mkADOWOOD—A beautiful home| ; ; alk . Joh says “sell this how n below) KESsiNGER & CO. JU. 9-4544..| 21ONE "BUNGALOW ) | Eatte offer. Also Apt. 


kes serv fespite She recent in- or -acre jot surrounded bv trees, hial h ac - as 
ny = " ‘ 2 , aA : ’ : : me i . sa ia > — 
. : _ OL. 6 8600, OL. 6- 7454) rp on a! f ry. The. liv ! BONAN & FOGARTY on s in | SIX BLOCKS | HOME FOR CHRISTMAS. 
| é 7 LO. 5-5082 rf | r Vi 
NGAMI REALTY. 6. " MEAL TORS EM. 2-8790 | | te e frame hy ove'y lannec. Mi —_ 6 es ep rr ose e e From Hecht’s Silver Spring Shop- . ‘ , 
——— ee : I fice en noo ar . s] . o t , 
| \ ’ ple 9 é : o Soark)) ; 4. hon : “ ping. ¢ - aa) de - *% Arey ton 
ET france hal @asant rm. 16.750 . whe. mo inis ; | Here te a fine Pbhed stone house! « 
53 ] 2 | st St. N. W. B HESDA ith firep Sw, aerry di n rm ; t H. ave. Good: , . . + thin ’ ant in ; P ; | ess with we. liv. rm din mm. on Anscostia, > 
5418 WILSON LANE and large ki ] at "Meadowood Shoppin Center to men, & dedrms., Call for f S0in - , Bn — 100x 125-ft ot. Price. $11,960 mi attic full bes 
stone and a. A with owder rm ! ° 5 fir dr. rh fu 1900. room, 1 . elec- . : . = w steps ft 18 : > il dar ° ~) 
i 8 ul se uM REA om. of ° screened buy. DIE toda see Sms excelent) GI appraised. Price, ry 4,950.00, >. = aribor 
chook =| me wH Wy 13.259. . EE PREW og, to Bitchte rd., N. Forestville, 
Dale Dr. ana ve 


4849 KANSAS AVE. NW 
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home of dicnity and 
aths. «sD recreation pode 4 +es . , McALL 
: ’ ; ms. 2 . living desirable fenced lot ’ i-_ = 1212 el r IN ae ag 
FB) t | 3909 CUMMINGS LANE | mh spac. mod. fo : sual ~ SILVER SPRING GRAHAM & CO.. JU. 5. 6010 Gl APPRAISED—$16 600 REALTOR. JO. &-5680 ree , ay om 
An excellent buy. Call Mr. Pharr Bin bcrions Gut Was taht | | nee. t© aemend and om, ~ ta" bath wh Brick, 3 Bedrms., Basemént  -———————$———————— =| A home you will love in N. Wood- ANDREWS- eRe 7 t., screwed porch 4 

I. 7-2653 or Br adi lvd.. left te ALL aa ‘to Brookville road, | . Ew | side. White brick. center-hall. tw . - ——s 
J H. “GREENE REALTY CO. +s y : - " pe- PORCH GARAGE a la MINUTES - AEC bedroom Cape od. 12%23-ft. B he Forswer. een gan 


eft *. to Cummings Lane, > y 4- 8383 
: - = W. Me. % right to 3509 « CLOSE TO EVERYTHING mmuni- ie it t me. 41166 vA. 5-64 
Het sin us and siert packing.” BOWLING & GARDINER | ahs “to 3 Sunday, | to 6 | TASK & ¢ VA APPROVED—+415.700 t geren in es 310 | San 4 ag Old OU Sse i I WA, 7-6658. 
OL, 4-52.29 | , “ay nerd Nr. N.O.L.—Oakview : tran tr reway | 22 Minutes te ) Downtown D.C. 

RE “RM Wy ” BATHS HH A “ FOTNES , wep . ba Se 9 MR. HALL. JU. 5-4190. OR ee Seer > 4 EET peed Sod Bus schools and shopping very) if you are looking for a well-built | 3605 Gramby 
oe + a NW RAMBLER DE LUXE | 5622 Conn. Ave EM 5800 | $13,250 i. BROWN, HA. 2-3681. List $13, 900 - FY older house in excel. cond. with + Valley area: weil- ed 

sh ; “82 v ass e en | huge roome : room Tic er. vy 
gp apd lovely gemidet.| PICTURE PRETTY WOODSIDE FOREST | silt met windott "and fie-| FREDERICK W. BERENS | Sod?SYeeSSdims. etait fits JAMES C. BONLEY & CO. family” her» “sa. Fen buy.Rase-| larce seulnpad itghan ‘with eatin 


. 
’ de own | 9525 Georgia Ave JU. 29-4134 | ment. All wtiliti .| space 
fireplace hedrms , . rge bedrooms, expandipie | SALES, INC | oon rie rambler. | lew | down $1000 down, 875 Opes. To! rec. r in 
ee beak. Ghana. serm win- PRICED IN 20’S—OPEN Slee’ on & beacuiel Ge lot} Sine eee chine | 1722 L st. NW. NA 8-5000| JU. §-6550.9 ‘Ul? | “CLOSE IN—SIL. SPR. | reac: Out Benning Ra. & Central| window: larse lot 
- : ; : u ‘1 c se . i Ave. { te oe station meighbors; om attractive, well- 
pr, tere oia7?. — — i "| Fou, “Architect “desisned home in| 1 rit cs fines sidenti ’ on li fen ; storm windows! ost “> ~ rice Genel; Non Gi-$ | 500 Dn. | OWNER TRANSFERRED ie ist. 3 REALT 4 1, anette e. 
_— perfect reflecting pride of owner- PS lee bedrooms. 2 u ist-| throughout ; . . ase. din om VACANT = 6! iat MeALLIS rR REALTOR 3-7 
ship. 3 twin bedrms.. 2 full baths loor powder roo amily -siz : with outside entr.. screened| ASSUME LARGE 4% LOAN All-brick. LARGE rambler: 3 bed- BEL TSVILEE— T-bedrm— Cape Cod 'SyR OLD BRK. BUNGALOW 


L—I6TH & SPRING RD. fireplace. o1 ” room and kitchen, re. , . , I 

co : ri : dD, ° reened — ~ ak 4 oS ae 4 . Hampshi: - 7 pas hg Rae area r' vere. This bargain at S80 a month gives rnom« 2’, bathe seperate dining seD kit finish ed ulet. exclusive and 
en basement ' room ; to Braddock Di! homes. Near Capital T: . ee clean j-bed ick 4 1, pine-paneled rirepiace, living | emt.® Bot T0ex1 7s: $14,750 ing neighborhood 

" ra 4.730 cone! : ~~" +t vs b ’ : lar ; le th arive AO rn screened porch full baese- 7.4571. COMER REALTY CO. AP Ma } & rooms. bemt 


and ri to 9811 lst schools and shoppin Mart 4 : ’ am | 

Open 1 through dark Our Bradiey| ¥ ave eh Bil BVOH T. PECR SiR TS LOX SK, 1 ere ee INO — e' ghberho t ’ ‘@aine “L”.| in ave raat 7 Seraeed $21 700 TAROLE “HIGHLANDS. TT ave — 

ME OUT AND, ByY THIS HOUSE bivd a? Wilson ane, xe pike to | Sol mbia | » nivd fat traf. ORCHARDALE | SSRIN ut rn pull-d | Move in nov ‘eanabies rms. | 
and | Be Mant). rishi Wood side . | OPEN 1 TO DARK | iivorea’™ ch cabinets, 
; eal ) | , at | NB $2500 cash and $200 per joored sitic, ae OPEN TODAY, 1 TO 6 


: ' $200 

: : Cc : 0 omer” ‘aaa Sign at . nP 

1 baths, oil heat. SHANNON & LUCHS CO. ) { Live Oak dr. and Colum- lonth buys this spacious CAPE QOD- $17, 750 3809 DELANO ST DIRECTIONS on Pek te fare. 
5000 Connecticut Ave. KE ; com 4 this | ~~ 6 . , FPrankiis, right on klin to Caro 
r deh “ a s . , DIRE ‘TIONS: Out Ga. Ave... lett) Tine. left on Caroline to 01 Caro- 


$750 DN. "AND iT 5 YOURS : BETHESD 4, m n Ma ny ¥ Te m ‘ n Viers “ill Ra 1 mile . . line dr and our OPEN sien , mb full- : ’ separate, : 
| jes ” > : » : ; : - : ; : iy r : ; : ae ¥: 
. ' aged -! rch ' ra) . Aue” , as or follow sign cinin . ' . : 
RE 7-3531, UN. 4-3422! 5518 JOHNSON AVE. |- : Ave, __ RE. 7.1906 pantry 2 perch, da, pation § (rm. an on Conn. Ave Moves *@ Sraham & Co., JU. 010| e r” nami: out: ait TALK TURKEY " 
» ‘ —— ‘ n ro ti | hue *| ’ r — on — ——— at. . : _— c 
COLON NEAR GA AVE WAS $!] 9,950 On N. VIER - t 5 ooo ® ron LEE E'CRANDALL “Ol 48 6539 | : i F t. floneed . HU GGINS & HARRI ISON, INC cot NTRY po er Damascus ; vet may purchase with ; lot approx. 65x150. fenced 
OPEN 2-5 BUN THEN $18, 950) connectin 32 : m nl screened © nh it conira REALTOR we pas CONN AVE ‘ore ares only $1000 == Cali p wall in front. land- 
592 Rittenhouse St. NW. | Colonia! ; PAINT BRANCH FARMS—Pirst of- yyy Figee Out ve, heft Br anch -4900 | on B acres. ! od. bath. out WA. 17-3900 OBERT BS * Davia! 
' ' de nant rh. @ fering of custom white brick Cape! . | Bul ings : INC 
WOW $16,180 GI. i O “ ai4 or Rox sa o<t- TH Cod with really large rooms on an sa MANOR ( | IB Parms ate. Bites ‘cuEVERLY HOME—Almost thew: 3] L. I DO 
795 DOWN | Lovely 3-bedrm brick Colonial with q mas wi . 38 Poe r ch | Viet . < 30-1 aa an REAL * State “ way hs weg ae baths, rad. ofl heat, a!)-clec, 
3d fir fine estab- DALE DR ARE A—?2 -bath brick | wat pari : i 7 K 4 J i” ny Ti a roud to offer this excep. Prof Sastenat R dg itl a@nance: low interest sis 500 
| ft ' 50 . ; rm. © it | Ben +1999 ° HILLSIDE—4-bedrm. brick bemt. 


Fs n. 
Closs to bus. schools . ¢| SINGER & arma rm ut | tionally fine 3-bedrm. brick ran Demescys, Me +45 

7170. JU. 7-7041. we. «4-6904' Fe enter. —_ 2 fireplaces -| > . iat ——a o . 3.<0 N D, RK re ~ : / ee of incompara ple charm an: _ Clears ater. 3-2335 or 3-2535 Mu. op fal 2 onae many unusual fea- 

} ly in. ree garace . : ; A W O t on lesville R | construct ion: IGeRly situatec on «&@ * . - 

MUSSELMAN REALTY CO. _ yard with big ‘trees Vacant. | sell. Vacant: move fn aoe eas | OPEN 1 TO 6 o Da rive lisw os the mB. a twin’ bed- GI "APPROVED , h home. (1 bedrm —_ 7124 Merton’ ” eis 

CO O | me Vee terms, BONAN & FOGARTY LO ee — + $36. 880 2 bedrms. — 6-7 LU. 4-0112_ 
rms ath huge m ith 8 . ce yes... 
L RED On lovely wooded let near Holy GR ACIOUS LIVING a self os L3x23-ft = - OPEN SUN. | 70.520 ih on 26 vem —— House 


5-505 
Facing Park in D Cc ‘OPEN TODAY, l- DARK | cartaenany RG -  Beautit ul «rest. Ueiterias | Can be vours this fine 3 bed-| or dining rm. with stone fireplace Here is & ren , t ews w in basemen 
| OL PRICE ILE, MD. 


7.250 or make offer so (call 
7-0202 Kitchens Atlas Realty Co. 
ST. 53-7368 


-bed room i ramMe 


doctor or dentist asi © e, Pw oa e- - - me ome overlooking! an early ametees + ~eee sa) dow G 

: . ole acre to% an older home ' ° ¢ f Gear and brick wi eame : 

11 Anacostia Ave. NE. aby a Priests. oo out Poolesvitie. 310 bomt. to nee: Prived orate aul ful woods . $1500 do es | celling. . fireplace erilt breakfast ) mire gine | 
turn left om Johnson to our open | GLEN ECHO —— —GI, $9,900: 2 ’ P| eS age F ~ ha BS aw, : 

NEW 6-RM. SEMIDETACHED | sien Metrat nae in sar, he tit| "yee EER WooD prive | See ehinee ond; dcray. cagreries| Heel: np fa agoaoed | Grne Riches, Marshes oe | ews que hee gor, cet, eck 

Brick house ready for immedia | with Dp picture wintow. expandible wr . aval GEORGE WwW. BAUSERMAN with dariieht am rm FM en me ” % eri ve } . . “iieemn  wendewe: Fan ay 

pey. Close to” transporta- SAMUEL e. BOGLEY, Inc. | Stie—Omner, Ob. 2-3697 p . — rh JU. 9.5444 evel exit’ HOT-WATER HEAT . ved tor quick sale at only $16.. 

OL. 6-7800 Est. 1939 |GLEN MAR PARK—$21.950. Extra od —| Priced far below reproduction cost hw. hh. built-in garage 3 BEDROOMS, PORCH on Kno ae We 

_ —~ | large bedrms., 2% baths. full bsmt., HUGGINS & HARRISON, SILVER SPRING at £35.950 Directions: Out W ; ag 
; : E. F. Blanchard, Realtor Rosedale ave. right 2 biks Dream Kit., Rec. Room BERGMAN 'B LT Y CO. 


siate roof. sep ain rm. and 
: 
: 


+|/ BETHESDA — Nr. Landon School 
Retired, medical officer leaving 
peoutif Sil iaented ‘ ‘ Ove 
autifu ocated, ; >: 
scaped , bedrms at u 1U,_$- 038 os iv " — — BOCE ChE. BILL ge a Ag’. 950 rick: stairway to expan- 
elec. kit. and wash le BILL ogee wr ~~ a goed, cota we wit h in 5-bedr nh 5 bb 
’ 


sa 

Immediate ossession. Name LO. 5-4900, Realtors, CAPE COD ee bonene to open sien a 176¢ 

GRAHAM & CO. Prox: Lon' S$ _Corin_Ave_____. n 1-6. Nr. Forest Grove School.| ~ EQREST ESTATES W. B. WRIGHT | BOneT —-<LOSs TO RY eS | DOCTORS lovely Komesia: ymmpl 

hompe 5 M2) Wisc. Ave. NW EM. }- A sien suite L Ry All custom bi n. & 

+ it ) 7 ROCHT - —_ JU. 35-4190, OR or than 

hth eth Saans es| ecm, op dik om Fi ble] EAR. BT, JOM, PamoOMAL | CLOSE-IN SILVER SPR. ROWN. HA. 3-Soni 
r : Fenced d. Storm windows| home that has received excellent WwW side Park-—Rambler FREDERICK W. BERENS 

COLORED—VETERAN | 0b jou Ri “Out Ge. Ave. to Forest Glen, | asd Pring | VOD SALES, INC 

= Une Beek tes shopping | PREDER! Cc + te Forest Grove! twin bedrm ° ful daylight | 1204 BALLARD ST. 


Gl APPROVED rooms. =" home. Must ‘sacrifice er! ‘ . , ' a te Dublin Dr.. left ad lonoed yard. GI approved. QPEN SUNDAY 1 TO DARE x. 5 ar . 
7 6. Non-G!I can place $13.900 -brick construction—immaculate| bedr ull bemt 


a ae, | | —| Ba M. BERNSTEIN CO. | | By MOET AE Soren Gion| senter hall, 3 bedrooma ‘large kit-| int thortaese. Cal JU.) {or Demi, tite porch lee. enc 


paneled wall 
fireplace GI 
Visit and maha offer 


:. ned at x . : en | . 2 fireplaces. finished came RIES Oia olive bile” schools. Only $13.900 Ee i} 
ONLY $300 DN. | BETHESDA $14 ag THE FAIRLAND — €Q_8:383)___§ ra: iol to Brisbane’ right to ies) 1% 01 - G | “amber ay Bi Sa “P 
r | is : appraised. | . a 
ee Cc 
40 or 


SILVER SPRING S FINEST LOCATION THe CUNT Ue M: 5 and WOODMOOR open sizn | a ree one blac a A 
m? r “ rms sigh on bedrms, t eapd it 

Sr Mure te inieent thin goacion mo, dim omg oatns, full| 2702 PLYERS MILL RD. JOLLES & SENNETT CO. | fititte boned Bio $1200 DN, $77.60 MO. 
3 BEDROOM SPLIT-LEVELS 1026 Dalisa ave. JU. 8-085). | §. LOR. REDRMB. 2 TILE BATHS. py 7-245 “Yves “TA. 9-1608 |GLENMIDC Sons. apes 


LG DI. 17-4244 PG, PRINC, INTEREST. 

, | HOT-WATER HEAT Lae ie — “I 
Ve BATHS IN PASTEL DECOR te. ee tases J-bedrm..| | : i. By grenstess OPEN fore” tented ‘yard, “late * ts t 4% % vier Monfaade* 
| few ; TRANS- 


k vard. : x24. , 8 . to Parkas a'| WE were fortunate to 
HOUSES WANTED to BUY ospital ‘att NI “* E Country Club almosphere yet close to shopping. rtecrestional and rm. 15517 ae TOD a okay 4 EET ae ? fy com 


transportation facilities as well as pus. an  ~ ae schools 7 as h.-w. h..) to Piyers Mill > left 
H U town Bo. PLUS Sligo Creek Golf Course. Lovely af es — =. ada Ne 2702 
Will sell on rms Jy 6.2000 nose Rd. Le ‘i le 5812 and Or vid i. scene, ro : : Gi—FHA 
boftiatiet Beauty £0. | aes dining’ rims master “betnin, “wtih "Tull bath). apactous "tabere Heit 4 ts, OO * 11317 Newport Mill Rd. $15,950 
Al, CASH for DC houses. Call Cc OSS & PERRY, INC, average) beerens.. large closets thruout. Completely ea ipped Lp A SILVER SPRING : 
Mr. Dean Li, 3-0640; eves RA. | OL, 2 mod kitchen ‘ample dining Westinghouse dis wes 4 % TILE BATHS. 3 Twie BED- TO REACH. 
2420. 9 Rie Ry 2 0098 "retrigerates, garbage disposal -in wall oven, coun FOREST GLEN PARK . dream kit hu Goorsis ave lers Mill te adj-| § Pasa Locarep ge Berger Lentover 
MEDIATE ACTION BETHESDA tense. natural wood calinets. Pinished activities room desiened to 7 ee Submit GT Ci on. left te, teen ite M, annan. | Fhie i ‘the best deal we have 
pretend once, HM. Sreentield BRADLEY WOODS CLIFF HOUSE to Newport Mill rd. left to 11317 7 see! CALL NOW for" tartnes 


or TA. 2-788 Stee!-beam construction. insulated and weatherstripped. ranch-type 
“Spot Cash for Your Home . OPEN 1-DARK windows. iron railings. copper plumbings. jalousied door are just son wenn pu NO $ $ DOWN | BT_2-7266 
CACH FOR YOUR 16 Our first offering of thie beauti-| ® ‘* of the many outstynding features. | 3920 NEWCASTLE | Hillcrest Hei hts The Per well Co 
A HH R HOME oo vee brick rambler, located ” 19 650 OPEN 30- YEAR oer» eee. brick NEW BRICK H WA? 4500 
AN & | POGARTY, LO, 5-5052| few steps from bus. 32- : $ ; " ‘ai 5. full bamts. with + | Ml e 7 
. . om. . store—< ee—reyetts. Md 


nusu! A dining room with fireplace and « ; 
me bullt | in mage unusual 5 Silver oining private porch, Excellent GI and conventional financing SUNDAY 2 TILL DARK #14.230 
rin h bed a. onl 1 4 per 


eat ibstantial itchen,. 3 rooms, 2 betha, bright a cams 896 foul 
ioe BSbox ode ety bemt. Cadillac-size garage. Lares usion with magnificent, tienes to sample house. e| | at Once = ures and ath so" t Ferme ‘Mr 
w mF 3,000.| DIRECTIONS: Out 16th st. right on Colesville read te to Porest Glen are Oe 3 S: teat ) j “ 


s 4 bedrms a. lett Porest Glen to Brunett Ave t block very +. with 
Must De ‘in exellent THAN $30. t to Siirling read. right - atirime read to sauPin House. ern ALL oe wren 


ranae. $20, <, to. 40.008. : he o 3S 5e0. 


L. LEWIS, ASSOCIATES - ae | opamoor. Ageney, Inc.| 9 xe NOTHING DOWN 
307 Meth Bidg. E. 8-4316 | J, WESLEY BUCHANAN, INC. | *100° BY. Dus ¢ ._ 3-bed- a * ta aiee NB 
| perpetanl Bide Dethenda OL. 6-3400 aide "3h. Jo. aor "i 30. %-7733 


io hor | 


te inspect this “aneaiane | 


1 vely hame 

offered at only $611,950 

below FHA appraise! 

a ovnst is desperate for quick 


Riverdale Hei«hte. 
sep. n. rm bemt. 
ing. storm windows. 


ae 


€" my 


im Col) 7 2 
o=p upstair weet | 


in Riverdale. Se. ‘ain 


use liv. rm. &i 
family, subject 
‘Riverdale woods 


Fort Meade 
inancinge. Price, Tiss 


our model home 4 
4 ROAD. just 2 a, - 
ws ag at River- 


~~ see actual 

JAMES SCONLEY "&CO. 
A ARME 

Fah rier SR ons 

r. { omilx 


ent frat 


rnia. * peduced Erwin Realty 
w 77-0334. 


at. 
CUSTOM BRICK RAMBLER 
NEW—OPEN SUN.-DARK 


0200 Riges Rd. 3 dbedrms.. 1% 
the. diming area. eapd. kit.. fire- 
~ 228. picture | wi pore. gas bh 

. fall bem arport. 


das he walk-out Ls ype 
a es Reed ea Sitas 


Liv rm.. din 
room or den *. 5 ist "Hoor r. Jiigt eit 


noe Hamp. 
KT ae 


arket 
Pr INCE GRORGES 
insite 


fevet 
ARLINGTON R 


2212 Wileop 


SPLI 


7-9300_ 3 9. 


LEVEL | 
$20,500 . 


Xmas 
Locate 
» th 


UN. 41166 


oze'p an mag famallye res- 
or your family 


lving room with 1 
separate yo soem 
pel ipped 
ate beasanen anda wonderta 
pdscaped yard. You can 
irable shopping and 


. eA re- 
rer hom 


=] 
Sort: evens and 8 
Alexandria- ae 


OPEN 1 ‘TIL DARK 


Direct From Builder 
ooms. last but not least. this 


rsd 


home in « desirable 
Seale ay Rg rs Rad vets and 
eM. H. BARRY Org. | 
2206 Mt, Vernon Bivd.,, Alex, Va 
Kl. 9-3630 Ki: $-0078 
° es 


A AREA 
New Split Level 
Homes 
OPEN, TIL 6 P.M. 


Peastivul ‘orick and st 
evels adjoining the Belle * te 
Country Club 


Tall @y 

| te 
large evel on biks * eared ial. 
Pu = schools, bus shopping. 
* From \ omen 


dock rd. 
Page R. S. 


ris out Brad- 
irlineton to 
right on Page J 


* arenes: porch. #24. 750 ter ms 
ir «s 


— open ' 


3 miles es 


ign On je. 
3500 


eidaway, Porest Heats... Md 
ambler. modern kitch- 
wl t bedroom 

ric 


Many other omes | 


: ~ we monthiy 
ymts. Sun. 1 te 5. 4613 
Olives at... miverdais (just of U 
i). Let us show you this home 


immed ‘possession 
COHEE REALTY CoO.. 


© WIELD— 4500 down 

ta over payments of 

hes Bric 3 beadrms.. barn. fre. | 
. dining area. well-equipped 


= clean. CALL | 
77-0611, MA 


.- mn 
“eareem brick. G 
-room bricx. radiant hest. garace 


Be terms. Cost you nothing to 


Miller. Realtor — 


SUBURBAN SPECIALS 
FOR CHRISTMAS 


‘s A — 

ard ré.. @ wer House 
da 12) 3-bedrm. new 
brick ramblers: rec. rm.. full 
bemt.. garage. Very good buy. 


fice, of AREA—46 Simpson 
lane Woodyard rd. $13,500. 


é, rommiet, gatase. lige. 
ie 4 economi 
AREA—4769 
sat 
odern designed home 
SPRINGS— 5206 Middle- 
oaler 5. $22,500. 
» bermt.. 
tiful 
pet HEIGHTS — 234 
$20,500. 3-bedrm. brick 


_ rm.. 2 firep! aces 


~ 


z 
pkwy 
aplit leve:. 


ood t th 
Foci ties ond. conveniences 


PLE ee 


Temple 


yvonne DC 
and transp e highly récom- 


mend these fine homes 


LOOK FOR OPEN SIGNS "TIL DE 
PYLES REALTY CO... INC, 
3814 Siiver Hi) 
8 Doors ftom Silver - re rehouse 
JO. 86-5800 PM 


CALI 


OPFICE L..§ » HER 
Ds | )MM PROP 


}—-LOTS—Cc 
~ MILLER ESTATES 
OPEN. 1 TO 5 
Ramblers & pl | inate 


D 
STATES on 


"MATHIAS CO. 


WA 


righ 


7-061 


$66.2 29 MO. 
INCLUDES TAX AND INSUR ance} 
West Hyatteville aren Express 
transportation. 5-roome, full Dase- 
ment. triplex brick Precperens lo- 
cation. By & We eae 

J VicTOR DICKEY. AP 


ad 8080 | 
CUSTOM BRICK RAMBLER 


Sedrme. ise ae living room, 
: kit... the 
cp. plasre 


uip 
bami “featuring front 
a § we ls. maturel fine 
a on- 


James i. Mundy 


“Gute To PAINT? —Thip is for 


lot. N 
wl area Pn ced right C 


tis a0 it TE SP 


Rambler-—$!4,950—$950 Dn. 
NR. UNIV. OF MD. 


“< Vacant. Brick 3 ‘bedrms.. 


r 
ae sh 


Ee BERNSTEIN ob 
“ 9 


BARGAIN BLOCK 
$79.50 MO. 


6300 down: re sicer home ellows 

exPansion an nent lige 
elec. kit : hasesnent 90% 
t%. jot. Only $8950. 


$58.08 MO. 
ong, Oe pitti Bladens- 


thru the 
Best pa FF “tremaponiation 


an we 5-room brick, sieepin 
Gee. biraing’ fireplace feope temily 
$60.51 Bay 


. pantry 
a tw chil- 


ag bee ur friends. 


$91.69 MO. 
pastel Bc 


4) 


net 


rai 3 ?,.tt* -f te livins 


J. Victor Dickey 


AP. 7-8080 


and detail at .. a ofties, 


NON- VETS 


ONLY $1000 DN. and 870 ver mo. 
this od t 
e 


bemt. 


ONLY 3 


new Key levels. 
¢ 


oe 


with 
iat "a 


¢f our 


to 2610 and. Open Sis a 
own & Country Builders 


OV. 3-0319 
4 i eS: 


THIS ONE HAS 


“GOTTA GO” 
ONLY $18,500 


this 3-bedroom 
; Well 


. concrete driveway, 
+ Prices range 


$26.74) to's Out Mt. Verne 
morial bivd. past Hunting 
errace. 


on BT REALTY 


515 Wrth Alex.. 


from 


Me- 
owers 


, miss ram- 


ington 6ec- 


living room, 
finished RR. 


rambiers, huge 
5. 


Vernon Bivd 
0 


206 
6 Kl 
ALEX AR ITY : 


LISTEN HERE! 
IT’S ONLY $14,750 


Mr fe sab ly Ak 


pope ae ye down. month- 
} pormgats $76 includes every- 
thing You take a fe 4 ed Gali m,_ brie 
a rie 


tngton | ” len. 


i. 
acceptable 
modern ayne 3 Pa 


B44 


must sell 
nda oniy 
autiful 


NDRIA—Owner 
A 5 ony so75 
it's a desirable family home con- - 


ocated 
The M. H. BARRY Org. 
2206 Mt. Vernon Bivd., Alex. Va. 
KI. 99-3630 ooo 
ce 


arex hua Tomedio's 


6-7344. te 6-7 
ALEXANDRIA—6680 down. GI 


rm, semidetached home 
3-bedroom raembier. 


ist 
HP taodi te EB 


ALEXANDRIA—Rent 


> 


"$880 DOWN _ Ps TE te 


Non - Gt 3 bedrms., dath., =pan- 
: uipped kit: vacant 
porpunds Village Pries 


~ $650 DOWN 


Non-GI. Vacant. 3-bedroom 
gocar ne on 
er 


ONE OF OUR BEST 
VALUES IN MONTHS 


ij tee eo buyer whe seeks. quality 
ire. 
of «a close-to-town suburban set- 
og mocern Colonial having 24- 
long living room. fireplace and 
Veneiten mirrors, 11x14 
‘um «porch. bdricht 
la »etrooms nicely 
off @hJ floor center ha! 
tural finish interior 
thrcughe ut ii bemt 
earece. & 
Adjoining lot suitable for extra | 
a space or @ home site also 
llab! 


EXOL USI 


Bob Duncan Real! 
322 8 sis. St.. 
8018 


DOWN 


Oriek, somi- 
hea 


"|! 


Ti 


everything 


rte DOWN 


3-bedrm,, t*- pom, row brick: 


wat ter Fie Pr ioe 
aS S00." per month 


~ $895 DOWN 


3-dedrm. st oneterx rambler: 
peting is outpace 


oat ulp ood 
$45 pel’; 


~~ 
about 


car- 
Estate 
Alex 


“ANNANDALE 


. at Custom 3 Bede. 2 Bath Home 


age. corner jot 
4% GI 


zx? 
: Price 
yment " “boo.bo ‘per mo 


250 FHA 


am 
. race Dem 
je 


mi 


: ar 
J Assume hi 


23 
VACANT-—-MOVE IN 


a z RD. 
DE LUXE 
3 Bedrm. Brick Rambler 
With GE kit.. carport. full bemt. 


OA NE RET 
18.950 
mitte heat Pefare 
J * r 
sea 


bike 
mile 0 


App roved. 


BELL REALTY CO. 


515 Wrthe St, oe Va 
El. 8-1868 Re 6 
ALEX.-DEL RAY—N N-VET NO 
“MONEY DOWN. Mo tah 

rm. bdrick rs 4! 1 ull | 
Pa 89 mo 
bath brick semidetached new a : 

Y DOWN. J. PUL- Annanda 

These new 3- 
blers will Aim. 
wen for fag “om * 

coded 


ARN df fron 6-166 


LYON VILLAGE 
ARLINGTON, VA. 


CHARM, PERSONALITY AND COMFORT 
OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 


Costom-tele brick Colonial on « wooded. well landsc lot 
25). First floor: Center entrance hall, spacious living 

vt frepiace. formal dining room, large sum parior, powder 

, side porch. Second floor; 3 lovely bedrooms. large sleeping 
porch, 2 tiled baths, pull-down stairway to floored storage attic. 
full basement has recreation room with fireplace, beautifully 

finished bar. “% b ' also maid's room with private th. 2-car 
detached garage. This fine home has of] hot-water heat and many 

other features not found tn speculated homes. Owner h wo; 

due to health and is — | anxious to eell. Priced, $44,500. A 


reasonable offer conside 
left te Hancock &t., 
i 


—-4 rooms, en. 
2-ath home on beautiful wood 
corner: fireplace. large screen 
atio: sonvenient ijocation. 
| $36.98 950 a 9-82277. ABSOCIA 


To Reach: Out Lee High way to No. 20th S&t.. 
right : block to No. 2ist St.. right te 3156 and open sign 


GEORGE H. RUCKER CO 


Weekdays 9 a. 5 nm. to Sf p.m., JA. 5- ‘8585 } «Brees . JA. 7-60468 or JA. 8-6262 


WAKEFIELD FOREST 


6 room brick split level ramblers. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 
club room, basement, built-in garage, rear screened porgh. 
Il ou. ft. refrigerator and electric range with eye-level 
oven. 2 acre wooded lots, several houses to choose from. 
$23,500. Ist trust FHA $17,500. 

TO REACH: From Annandale west on Route 236 abo 


to sien on left, Wakefield Porest, left to Raleigh A 
exhibit house. 


ut 2 miles 
ve. lott te 


> 


MAC. LINDSEY 


JA. 7-2211 SVG. KG. 8-2866 


OPEN | TIL 6 


Presenting the New Split Level 


THE CAVALIER 


$21,043 


BeCC- | 


Open Sun., | P. M. 
“DITTMAR. i MANOR” | 


at 


+ 
‘St NIGTON REALTY 


2212 Wilson Blyd. JA. 74000 “TUS 


ARLINGTON FOREST 
LARGE SIZE 


eened | 


to 
aie : saie 
FE , ae, JA. 7-3024 
ARLINGTON— 
| POTOMAC PALISADES 
OPEN TODAY, 1:30 TO 5:00 


Adjoining Potomac Parkway. View 
of river and Georgetown. heavily 
t « 


the. room 
contemporary Gemtened b7 = 
woe 
as Quick possession 
irections. U. 6. Route 29 from 
ossiyn ircle. st. Just 


’ tur? 


t Scott 
affic nal 
° bi ocks to 


‘ alto ry 6 ) 
. ) Bbskititn eo = re) 


as well as the convenience) 


/ rage: 


WITH | = excellent term 


| sa aad 


ARLINGTON 
AN EXCELLENT 


Se 
Dream Sane 


RAMBLER—$16,950 
GARAGE 


am, me Tre 


oy so ie situated of 

a ut. surrounde 

oak +t shrubs and (lowers. rats” 
F£. MALCOLM | fick 

kitchen: 

ag attic: 

ot at bas stop 

950 .. re go Ol M 

REAL ORS JE. 22-1239 


3- aa i 7A i piscine 


full | yp 
JA. 7 


FALLS CHURCH 
ST. JAMES PARISH 
$14,500 


Selling Prise. a, a baa com 
ambdier is 


LGE. BRICK HOME 
VACANT—IMMED. POSS. 


© brick 
alua- 


a real fy attractive 


ta Ply fireplace Comnerecety 
eau: pped kitchen a2 


A. 5-2444 
he 
OPEN 2 TO 5 
$31,500 GI 


A distinctive custom-built house in 
ry excellent sgcotiqn 4 
edrooms, aths. 

tchen, banafitel™ rec 

air conditioning: A 

HOUSE "you SHOULD SEE TO- 


Afiington Ridge rd... 
Fag 5 "a. on 26th. fol. 


South” rant 5 a 
Hicks cf Pay Realtors 


Ki. 9-1600 Eves.. TE. 6-3372 


AURORA HILLS, VA. 
See OPEN HOUSE at 


2422 5S. IVES ST. 
(a. Cape Ces 6 rms.. 3 bedrme 
deaths, wa oil, arage, 
choles oplien. ) F- mmed PTE MAS 


ARGAIN—GOOD T 


See OPEN HOUSE at 
717 19TH ST. SO. 


5S BEDRMS. 


Bae) ogg og $19,500 
ric 


2 ocks { 
shopping and Bt. gemae' Par 
sone: echia! 


Stanley R. Rowland Co., 


Ine. 
120 EE. Broad st Palis 
JE. 3-3333 


Church 


FALLS CHURCH 
CUTE 
BRICK RAMBLERS 
$14,750—G! 


BEST OF TERMS 
ag" Sat., Sun. 1 P.M. 


ot the ney! ! 
ore 
at 
i 
| ‘ 
hy 
' 
’ 
i 


gections:, 
ft r se 


es 

NT FF 

: ird 
and follow p An 


ARL TON REAR 


2712 — sive. JA. 74300 7 9) 


with detached saragce 


PRE-WAR COLONIAL 


Having 7 rms... bat. 
best ‘of locat 


garace, in the 
PRICED RIGH 
AT $29,950 

McGhee 


JA. §-2400 
8455 


ng details call Mr 
9:30 to 3 = 
NO. 


Walker & Dunlop, Inc. 
959 N. Monroe, Arlington. Va. _ 
~“ARLINGTO 


OPEN 


la } n 
L E. RAGALIE 
4-9410 REALTOR OT. 4- 
23rc Bt Arlington, 


BELVEDERE 
LAKE BARRE? AREA 
OPEN 
Choice of 2 Gi Temblorn 


$13,300 and 513, 200 


BOTH ON APPROX LOT 
pe Pag y thie TER ARACE 


MILLER REAL ESTATE 
_JA. 7-1203 JA, 5-2444 


to 
VACA ANT Price 


ARLINGTON REALTY 


27212 Wileen | Bivd ZL. 17-9300 “TH § 


only 


PALLS CHURCH AREA 


OPEN. DAILY 
Different! 


TREES—HIGH ELEVATION 


And aed Me! 


Eden 


uighte ts is iruly tae a 
bedrm -da 


2 Hearts in a Home 


ean’t describe the charm 
eeling in as wapeel —centeg 


zk hom 

= ‘aining rm. ~- Seana) » pine | 
\e 4 
ir 
looking terraced patio surrounded 
by evergreen nedee. Attached ga-| 
rage. G $28 

: out Lorcom Lane. 

dolph 


eo: _— 


ey masonry home. walk out 
. oar ——— pos sibiisties 
ee 


N, NORTH 
SNUG NEST 
TL CHP AIAE 


eplace wGlesed — porch ov — os 


7 
) LARGE living rm. with fireplace 
left! and picture windows. 
to 23rd and Open rm ful 


Agent on Premises Daly 


Columbia Pines 
NEW-BIGGER 


Low Conventional Financing 


mn” western style 
haped Riviera pian wit 
_ wit tehen and dini 
MVing@ room 
Sep. entrance fover. drea 
kitchens, Boge wt window walls. excel 
bemts est-to-« neas 
view “ot myriads ne “twinkling Jlishts 
im the plains below cup y 3O- 
60 days. By all means ‘azive out 
Lee Hwy. to Palls pace Rs cht on 
t. *No. 7) traffic 
Pord Motor’ "CO. *teft on 
st. 8-10 to Forest 
Height s sign 


‘CHANDLER PROPERTIES 


1057 No. Glebe Rd.. Ari.. JE. 4-0307 


XCITING NEW PLAS Or & 
Ha BIT ston ETTER-DE- 
NC 
vPE ra 
LA E DOUB 
eparate din 
and 


Ticed ‘tro 
DOWN PAYMENT. 


eae 
LAKE BARCROFT 
2-LEVEL 


Contemporaries 
3,4,0R 5. 
BEDROOMS 

TABLE-SIZED KITCHEN 

FULL DINING ROOM 
LARGE RECREATION ROOM 
OPEN BEAMED CEILINGS 


2 FULL BATHS 
2 FIREPLACES 


CHARMING: RAMBLER | 


CARPORT OR GARAGE 
LARGE WOODED LOT 
$24,950 TO $27,850 


LURIA BROS. 


2048 Wilson Bivd. JA. 71-8500 


~ LAKEWOOD — 


(Lake Barcroft Area) 
51-Ft. Custom Rambler 
(With complete 3- 


with fireplace, sep, ‘din 
a birch 


OPEN 1 iL 
MILLER RENT’ ESTATE 


JA 71-1203 JA 5- haha 


LORCOM LANE AREA 


OPEN 


| Williamsburg Cape Cod | 


te Giebde Rd 


$1 . 
Monthly payment like ren 
a MODEL HOME. JE. 4-3390 


FALLS HILE 


SPLIT LEVELS 
RAMBLERS 


The last word in se sompilete 
popular modern me in one of 
the beauty spots Pairfaz County 
bullt by one of our best builders 
Oniy a few choice pojection left 
These are stilling fast at 825.750 


"| piecrzoNe. ous Co) ~ ¥ 


home 
Larchmont Realty, Inc. 
JE. 4-3900 JE. 3-1830 


IRPAX COU. 
EET (RO 


0 
0 


FA 
PINE & 1155) 


NM and close to dus, 
pnd A je 
ex Ps a on 

ull qnee- 


WwW 

schools pa- 
cious 3- nl fot: 

an gy me level ot 


2 Bivd. . 


ARLING ON 


Wh cx rambler consisting of 
+ Ae s ths, plus paneled 


rm. 
oversized. buflt- in ga- 
this beautiful home on 109- 
ft. frontage jot. can be purchased 
zg REAL “‘SSTATE our 
3 Wilson Blv 4 Va 
8 ves ae 4-4015 
ARIINOTON 


“Talk o' the Town” 
Open Sat.-Sun., | 
Brick Ramblers 


If y 
floor an, BE SURE 
these NEW 3-BEDROOM ‘HO eo 
some nearing completion and with 
a paneer VIEW of several 
REAM EITCHEN 
wit th colored ,* nets and matching 
eq uipment (selection of colors) 
living room with FIREPL. an 


PE cat ee cag 
THE COLONEL 


wants quick oe on s Oe roomy. 


; and tofiet: 
A GOOD BUY 
appoint 


ARLINGTON REALTY 


LORCO MM ERNE 
AREA 


Open Sun., 2 to 5 
Almost An Acre 


Nf 


“|OPEN, 


@ desire the comfor' s of s i: | 


$13,950 
PHA OR GI CONTRACT ACCEPTED 


7 


will be plea —p # 
orised when you 


and w 
T ACH: Drive out te pails 
Church. turn Tight o Rou 7 
oward Leesoure an left 
George Mason High School o ee 


Geo. H. Rucker Co. 


| JA 56-6585 Realtors JE. 23-5315 


_—— 


_— ' 
at- 


chen 
nas nde = “BEST FOR FAMILY LIVING” 


PRIZE WINNING 


TWO-LEVEL HOME 
3 LIVING ROOMS. 


Living ly . Reer. Rm 


» Pam 
3 Bed: rooms — aths 
DA aS a ie 
ONLY $17,669 
Lop down Pages for veterans 
Na. BQ LOT 
INE OAK. Thebes 
eitested in the lovely Town of 
Herndon, just 3 biocks to (fine 
school, supermarzet and 
churches. City sewer and wa‘er. 
Directions Ariington Bivd. 
or Lee Highway ‘(US 
Chi — Tight on 
ite (¥ about 
10 miles and left a Va. 606 
into Town of Herndon. Or take 
Chain Bridge Road (Va. 123) 
to Routes 7 and 606. tn Hern- 
don turn left on Spring St. to 
som 
| Open Sunday 1 P.M. to Dark 
COE OTE-A-8 td co 


garace 
It is situated 
odssaned \g-acr 


12 TO DARK 


Por deta iy, cal rp. Cullers 


wor on «& 
finely * lot 


| 
| 


«| 


Directions: Out Arlington B! vd 

(Route past Pai reas : 

to Kamp Washington. 

on Rte. 50 half mile to 

go right 1 mile to N. 1156 and 
ight to open sign. 


WALKER & DUNLOP 


959 N. Monroe. Arlington. Va 
JA. 5-2400 


FABULOUS - 
VALUE 


NO DOWN PYMT. TO VETS 
BRICK. 3-BEDROO 


La ke Bar rcroft 


Unbelievably underpriced, ter- 
rifie neighborhood, quality 4- 
bedrm., 2-bath ceénter-hall 
brick rambler; 3 picture win- 


birch cabinets. dis 

GE refris.. Souble sink, ; 

living rm.. sep. dining sa . ide 
crete 


entrance asement: 
Grive and walk; all city Utilities, 
Ready oe amotio Res ney. 
Only 816.000 A or 
Servicemen's finan 

IREC 


| st COMM right rel 2 iso ras 


i ae Bivd. JA. 717-9300 "Til 9 


SEY 


OPEN 


dows in walk-out basement, 
beautifully finished recr. rm. 
with fireplace; 1725 sa. ft. on 
main floor with Mr. and Mrs. 
Bathroom, makes this truly 
under the market at $29,850. 
G! contracts considered. im- 
med, occupancy. Exclusive. 
E. F. STEFFEY 
ent. Sui? | 3B. 2-4970 
“Ot » dette me at only “te ~ RENTALS- 


Piero REALTY | pong de 


2213 Wilson Bivd. JA. 77-9360 ‘til 9 man 


chester (sien) 


. Wills Const. Corp. 


Arl. Trust bide. Ja. 7-4420 
oe mae 
THE BEST BET 

OF FOUR LIFE 


will co by tf you’ 


og gy Country- 


$21,500 
a ving. REMODELED fe: —~ 
with pre 


uipped onctie kit 
akfast 9 et and & 
er n First fig th; 
cagdy 
Lere 
= ag rd... eh on 
rig f- Fy on North “"Richmo to 


CHATEL, JA. 8-7330 


ALIS” CHURCH 


OPE 
McLean Manor 


24 ; 
“4 beth, spot for ‘swim- 


RED HOT 


$1103 DOWN—GI APPROVED 


_3 Bedrooms—2'% Baths—Daylight 
Basement 


22.8x13 ft. with floor-to-c3iling 
brick fireplace wall, dining room, 10.3x10 ft.; kitchen, 
12x10 #t., equipped with dishwasher, disposal, 11-cu.-ft. 
refrigerator, eye-level oven, table-top range, exhaust fan, 
built-in breakfast table, large pantry and natural birch 
cabinets, 2 huge welk-in closeta, 30-in. attic ventilating 
fan, tiled daylight basement with 3 picture windows and 
outside entrance. 
Close to Annandale High School, elementary school and St. 
Michael’s School and 

DIRECTIONS: Out Columbia pike to Annandale, bear right 
V4 block left on Ravensworth road (the road to Burke), 
mile t to furnished model home on right. 


POMPONIO 


2222 Wilson Bivd. JA, 7-6660 ‘ 


Features living room, 


approx. 34 


, \ 


$15,000 OG 
Come right on ove 
attractive spacious 
woode ot in & con 
iit Sop 0. — | Church. 


_— see y= 


vely 


bat Lee 


t% o 


Zoho 


im | decorated throughout. 


OPEN 11 TO DARK 
SEEING I$ BELIEVING 
THE FUTURAMIC 
4 BEDROOMS, ALL ON T LEVEL 
SPLIT LEVELS 
5% Down to Vets, Subject to VA: Approval 
$23,990 


Tn @ beautiful location where home has ever % secre ad- 
tgeplenese commune .S homes over $30,000. Consists 


ae 


+ ms, 
baths. ing carport. oaa't an ideal daylight Sasemnene for rec- 


i ie, 


ALSO AVAILABLE 


THE SPACE MASTER 
$21,750 
carport me 


oo ee 
gesting ett 4-40 mile te motel home on 


POMPONIO 
2222 WILSON BLVD. 


MOST BEAUTIFUL RAMBLER IN 
COUNTRY CLUB HILLS 


ARLINGTON'S EXCLUSIVE AREA 


3547 N. VALLEY ST. 


3 bedroomse—2 


JA. 7-6660 


er 


een me 


Mews 2__ eull 


‘OR 7-BEDRM., 3-BATH HOME | 99 Siliwood 


THE PICKETT CO. 
MS. Glebe Ba. Ari. JA. 52am 


4 BEDRMS. & DEN 


2% baths. attached garage. & 
arger-than-average rm. with ow 


| 
standing wall space” and clon 


space picture windows and orig 


nelish-styie basement ica 


garcen: total price ony $2 S950. | 
with immediate possession 

Directions not Lercom lane 4 The ight 
on Nellie Custis Quincy 


PROPERTIES 
JA. $-8968 
LYON VILLAGE 
D. C. IN 5 MIN. 
OPEN SUNDAY, 1 ‘til 6 


You cannot find 6 more NVEN- 
IZNT TOP- CH HBOR- 
HOOD. and in this lovely spot we 


BUY 


right 
then | 


Fons: Out Wilson, 
Highianpd te Key bivd.. 
eft to 3162 

j Wesley Buchanan, Inc. 
Radio Bide. Arl. JA. 4-1155 ‘Til 9 


Sy) N. ARLING 
hikes 
SPLIT-LEVELS 


Open Sun., | P.M. 
$23,990 


to the 3 } 


arge bedrms. 


in ving roo 
lace treatment, 
chute. large windows 
«level basement. Ready for 
ediate occupancy. 
, = 
th 


To ch: Geo out Lee buy 
Hens N a _ st. te , z. | 
ichOR REALTY 


rea 
blocks me 


NORTH 3 TON 
Rambiers—Split-Levels 
3 Bedrms., 2V2 Baths 


Near Washi! ngton A and Coun- 
es throw 
“yf 


firephace separate din ine room 
that wi ill ac egmamodate laree fur- 
nishine 

with 
oo 


breakiast. ‘space. 
ae h p cars 
®. one-car 


NS SONBAY” 1-DARK 


Out Lee Highways 
right to No. Albemar 
st “ome Jamestown Village sign. 


ett ena UCKER CO. 
Ste 5 P 
oA. 


JA. 85-8585 Wkdavs.. M. 
Eves aaeetie aaa 8- <a 


WANS cao PLACE 
3 MASTER Ee 
3% BA . 
opeN “1 UNTIL, DARK 


gpecio 
ls 


. 


pireesens: 
Gle Gd 


bemt. with 

cirecsions: 
Glebe 

oa “Dr 


ICOLONIAL ae CO. 


REAL TORS—DEVELOPERS 
JA. 5&-6200 


Unusual 2-Family Home 


] Bik. to Wilson Blvd. 
porches bee Ts tiled, ba the-2 
a ea 


up! 
- bith ‘f in +o 
~ Gail er. 


JA. 2- ‘i? 
WORTH ARLINGTO 
DE LUXE BRICK CAPE COD 


Ye et 


Playrround se 
ros ia Hw 
rahe 


4 
Bt Sth ae REAL TY rs 
REAL’ 


N 
amy ae 
md, Prenlace 1 Bare 
rabdate: Ful 
: 8 TO $23. 
nana ham 
™ OPEN BAILY” 


SLEEPY HOLLOW 
$21,950 


Seat aed i 


“rs ADVANTAGE vy 
$17,500 


ee OH $120 


ROBBI 


xr 0 Tri Bice oF. 


HOLLOW AREA 


Sparkling white brick rambler just one year old in beautiful 
setting on half-acre lot in Country Club Hills. Completely re-. 
This unusual home features a 22x22) 


.Iplace. Dining room with picture window. Large kitchen with 


.|place, half bath, laundry and workroom. Nothing on the market 


. OPEN 
‘| DIRECTIONS: Out Lee Highway—Right at N. Glebe Road. 


screened porch, double garage, spacious living room with fire- 


another picture window. Three generous bedrooms and two 
st ful baths. Basement has finished recreation room with fire- 


today can surpass this appealing home. Ready for immediate 
occupancy. 
$38,750 


1 to 5 OPEN 


Right on 34th St., 
block 


for 3 blocks. Right at 35th St. Left et N. 
Valley St. 1 to house. 


THE LAURIE CORPORATION 
Wilson Bitred. a tt 


\N. Randolph at Glebe Re. JA. 71-8200 


ontemporary 
OPEN SUN. 2 70 5 
A 


e.| ne Dri 
Ope 


| ¢ 


NO aae1 aint $ ei 
|FRED W. BERENS Bes INC. | 
| ___1732_L. ST. ew. 


ent | Je. 27 


THE . WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
D9 


sede ‘ste non "etre ter 
Sereen-d 
pA an 


Ay - 


“ean can “move 


Tris i really 


: 
ris 
' 
| 


2212 Wilson Bivd. JA. 7-9300 "til 9. 
SPRINGFIELD 


NEW BRICK RAMBLERS 


ney for appointmen 
Better Homes Realty 
Realtors JA. §-94080 


SANTA SPECIALS — 


BOTH OPEN 12 TO 5 


weet BROADMONT 
Eh oF a HOMES 
lis Chur _ ling pew 
ite brick de luxe ramp! er. 2 be 
=. 2 Deaths huge ground-level 
walk-out besement 
picture window and 
beautiful _ with large trees. 
Priced in the upper ‘20s 


Gordin-Mensh Realty 


a 


CLOSE IN—Tis & 
t the practise prob 'em 
Colonial -eD 


Bi-Level beau 
SOAs OF THe 1 BA 


Beautiful section of the’ 
sene-oster reatdentin J 

m of the desir- 

hs the rambler 

Three room 


Columbia Be ke. 
right on & Wayne st. to OPEN 
SION 


ELIJAH G. ARNOLD 


‘COL... USA. RET.) 
3-4335 JE 3-7 7158 


mane $14, 500 


00 DOWN GI 
pamacal . yet rambier 23 ft 
wins rm th fireplace finished 


n Sun., 11 a.m. 
Bal hr ttle eh. Seog sath | fail Sasembets eae i to Avhinscs 
tur. of block rt 4 Backlick. <4 PHA 
a RINGTON: REALTY | Richardson & Hall Inc. 
2212 Wilson Blvd. JA. 7-9300 "til 9 : ACERS #1 AP irk titty ted 
SPRINGFIELD | SEACTY: POLL bunt. 
— 


LerCan E, COUNTRY YMAN ES 
by owner. Assume GI TATES JE 2-4614. - 
~ 
rms 
space GE. 


Gi 8350° Agia 
rm rep! 
ing. chure 


; 4 $! 18 Mo.., ane. Taxes, Ins 
, 1$-min. ees | P 
‘pelvotr. & “Sis. 50. Call 


New expandad 3-bedroom brick 
m 
r 
5 te cA " 
1 ssume 4 joan. 3 ——. port: 
BS 5 | 


all electri c. kitchen stove 
bath fix- 
LARCHMONT REALTY, 
Fireplace in living room and = JE. 4-3900 JZ 
> 9 ent recre 


smt car 
move in 

nd screened ‘Sreanewe 
this S pretty frame 


ve out and 


; Columbia Pike bus: 
INC. 
4-0972 
DA dow 
oa sted with 

=. prtjetie Boo cia = 


3 eon 
screened 


Tor LUCE 
buys this emart 
Liv 

moder 


telaktth pri vate Ris 
A Ti 


. large equip 
ce closet: | 


all 


CIVILIAN! 
$950 CASH 


ALL BRICK 


4-BEDROOM 
exancria—tist gtterine. 
y' Spotiess, riok 


commu 
oie exclusive 


from De 
homes 


Sa pecu e 


le $13,900 ; 

ioe room eth dviewss = 
Praesens 

PROP 
“MR. & MRS. RENTER 
BUYING A Brand hew cus- 
h picture window 
Malcolrn JA. 7-302% 


A ~— 
i. 4-886 
PICTURE BOOK | ee 
la front. covered patio an 
v e¢ view te the reas. 
poom 2" tein- vined Ned: ft 
nivy - 
af Beak Cre” stn: Es. JA 
HERE IS WHAT YOU ARE MISs- 
ING EACH aoe You PUT OFrPr 
torn = * oo er with ta arge 
me firepiece in 
modern kitchen, atteched garage: 
| Ee. y 627.950 
7 
DON‘T DALLY 


HA. 85000 


OPEN, 1 TO 5 
EXCELLENT BUY 


house bas qvery thin 


} wit 
center-hall 
garage ocr 
=e view: all this 
oF sppointment 


ae - — st. ls Church 


OPPORTUNITY 


KNOCKS 
SPACE GALORE 


Take ie portunity te 
peace or jess money 
ome in excellent condit 
residential 
r 

ve liv m 
fireplace. large center hall, 
cious ane oe & modern kitchen, 
bed . ches 
cupheiee 
.» ol} ee heat. 

ace and extra large 
y lot makes gomiese this best 


nen 8, LB of * week. 819.950 COLONIAL "REAL TY CO. 
es eer conse vee » REALTORS— DEVELOP ERS 
ylor Se oth end & ayior and 
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at a fantastically low 
$14,310 


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NO DOWN PAYMENT 
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ANNANDALE 
ASSOCIATES, INC. 


ONLY $5,400 INCOME 
NEEDED 


NO DOWN PAYMENT 


30 YR WITH MO. PAYMENTS 


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ONLY $72.50 
OPEN TODAY 1-5 


and completely 


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JOHN Ww MULROY CO 


an. Youngstown 

and cabinets, sluminum 

combination storm and screen 
doors. 


available for ad- 


MEMBERSHIP 
bler wit full basement qm lovely) jacent private swimming club 


lot with trees tion: 
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at il wee tee 
Better Homes fealty 
Realtors. 


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you like a cute 5-room 
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YEONAS REALTY | 


te sementary 
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1 
facilities 


THAN 30 MINUTES & 
Take route 530 
» and 11 to Pairfax Circle R.' 
MAPLE HILL =! 


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io, or route 236 from Alex- 
endria and ilcook for MAPLE 
a signs after entering Pair 
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:| CULMORE REALTY co. 


Tein tins “in Brilyn 
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2313 Wilson Biyd J. 8-3100 
Washington's Area's Most Desirable Location 
THE WOODED SHORES OF 
LAKE BARCROFT ESTATES 
$26,950 TO $36,950 


7 Basie Floor Plans to 
Se Se ee eee ane 


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Terms as Low as 20% Down 
Trades Considered 


S teen fe Se bee bart 


Bionevbra @ Pomponio arrows wil 
OPEN 11 AM. TO 6 P.M. 


POMPONIO | 
2222 WILSON BLVD. 


OF 


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WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
D10 _ Sunday, November 27, 1955 


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| Bs a eee : ims cattt Sat Tata 
=. awn ose ane 08 in ‘house | Home in spotless condition. Hes| © jender” Loris. Bare] CRY OS SELL vour Wallet or car 
OPEN 1-6 P.M. VALUE areaues are peparch' aimast| drede of Animale. Birds tgatiers for = Deed = 


t L Rea JE. 2-9400 or cash Jim's Used Care. 


BRICK RAMBLER 1 7 | ox rok n Fall fence a at door.| SHOP. BE | | fae TV. serviie | 
o a eg ot Fant aren pas : r AND UNTRY | INIA N W n. - i LP = ah = 7 a AL ANS 9OA a. Se. fe aa: Ce 
auplieate a a the desirable, om CLUB George meson Ys aaah eiiind pon tiraet SOMERANIAN1- tt ik ma — iawens Eader_$moll_Loes er | 3 ity fs i $1195: ade eh: we 
Reas a ‘oe 


exclusive tion + North Ar- luaive Agen best of Tee. 7898 Ga ave. 


you find in e ' 
feieeee Poed Kitchen wit with 3 FOR SALE BY OWNER ‘ > Eg Big oe LE | 2039 Wilson Bivd., “Ark, ; | cere po Re a aa ae ee iia” Silver @pr} og uaJU 8 9-2852, Ch let 
pos- POODLEFi French ministure, ARC NEED MONEY? ne ery Chase C moh ac 


Ae ot rambier, liv rm. 1 ing room. rage ‘dusboval diab JA. 4 1400 | heat 
replace and built-in at tv LOTS Fa FOR SALE 73 ON THE WATER POObEE PoP rie Black stand. ss Loans. Ob. 6- $300 _| OL. 4-5196 


fireplace. seD. 
wyers with remote control, r 

uilt-in ‘bait umpu NAL LOA 

; nished tec. fm . es. laundry room. large storage room. | . Lovely _ 3-bedrom ~ home co "Good condition: private owner: 

Fis.400 Pos A. Locat on ° shaded lot with DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA | room Gining room. kit.. bath att puss, AKC REG. "FAWN, 2007 Wilson Bi Bivd.. tag © tages or. | aE RA 4°74 

CHE ~ panel excel 

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4.7%, G A an 
evasladie oa epee Ds. 5-784 | he Included in |\N, CAPITOL ST., 3623—For 85700. | Zan 
r and supposed = — Rear. ones -ma "4 - | Mr. Rellis RA. 3-2363 with nice sh a EVEOLET—'#% 
STONE” Ae COD ARWIN MANOR) wall- 1 “carpeting and  huse ~y PA roe Ts lots, $0x150. BOA YRRD ig a ee snes pas p 1 4 N N | N ¢ GAN (PORD). -1fit ge ae. 
ttle : . : "ROLET , . 


Brtegeen bivd N 
mirror over ares lace. 85500 cash : : 
Sm. bast RAMBLERS required. Gale price. $31.500 Bhown | pane or part, 42000 per a Pe 
ol. lett turn Only 0 BA ia _ c thie at- Come eut today from 1 to dark « nd | by wea mivy | O 8-5288 posit Joi Tmmed possession : i} or wa er Vi a. EV 
FA our on sie | tractive spacious stone home, 20 — hemes with rit Exclusive ty — onus reer ayre i on amps siippace se ) y 0) U R ~ frst U 
| ft . for 25 - ft. livine - dining HOWARD BROCK CO. MARYLAND | ghoge, yailwas, power { Seah ae Terrier Puppys | 1 Tn CHEVROLET 
r r chen, drooms JA %4140 “ACCORERK. MD. L acre on | Co . iy ‘vee iness. New home y Baltimor ay H arteville 
f ; 50. 10° sa5{ - =>. Be room White. female. cnaee sired, AKC. | ' ® e.. 7 a 
h 6 ye 


m. ‘ahd te room so0d sized be 
YEONAS REAL TY") iit 26), J cee sent, ate pol ade Soa tie S| Try This One On Poay' mth ds 


T—PBeace-oi-min 


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Wilson Blvd cag te a SIAMESE kitiens the stock: stad | 


HA t . eres, 9 a $1500; service. JO. 8-4) , 2 P 
rlington Blvd. | ’ Dt —* | Howser TAL cz KITTEN _ PERSONAL LOANS 90A 
shade trees, to first ee Loy y For Size mINCE GEO. CO uD. Dea West omg rw $20. 7 5s : - | Licensed under Smell Loan Laws 


: h ven Corners, left Annandale} > Se ¢ : J 
gy he ge Mg 1320 atid exhibit home $12,550-—GI APPROVED mied. 717 6th e. ee RETIGEMENT ONE, acre. SPRINGER Spaniel Pups, 


airmon ats ect neighborhood, 
With panoramic view goes Pa seen, rms arranses ED-| DARWIN REALTY my ons Down—$79 Mo. WE NG — 4A, vinw ever Chesapeake Bay.| wh. Mother reg. as 7-5019. | 
with this new custom ee re — | ow hen Sessa tet ; azactous RrDnus  & ipte ‘ready to bulla. wiih] room, kitchen, porch ei “female, Fine pet tor” child. Wh 

: co 7 wa! "M ’ | 
Brick Split Level AT THE ENTRANCE TO 44-1. brick ramble r today. Bie jiv-| LOR. LIV. aiM-DINING Comp. a Je a Sos” BLANCHARD ; ag | orga wees: | 
oh “cube th alien § : me room with fireplace. large din : ACE IN KITCH is "-8600. a ee ‘ STUD SERVICE FOR DACHSHUNDS | 
toy ing room, nice kitchen with eatine en 2ND PLAYRM. = —— geen, | SO Capt. B.C. Rovison USN | | 
3 MASTER BEDROO! : RIVERWOOD . ACHE VEL Lot NEW FF. Washingvon fd. 60885) Rep) Broker, White Stone Va | Ant, CRAMPTON. EO ARREN- 


ce. rooms : . L£ B ) 
full miles from District line. Reason-| 
room. Assume huge G 15 we iNvTES oD able price. Li. 7-2565. | VACATION PLACES 73C| 20%. COLVIN’ JARRENTON 677. | 


ROOM : BS: G GE. | We offer one of the finest homes ' yy Peaa hn ico 
SEPLTERED EA! in North Ar! ington for | to : oe POMPON| 18 LGR. wooded lots. MeKinney HUNTING — Ideal deer, rurkey Lf anchester puppies. males and) 
OF FINE HOMES. A SHOW PLACE sideration and at the "ores, of 2 . our CHAPMA 7 oat P area of Bi stating pool aa srouse, bear country. 140 es; female, $35 _Fure ares & 
000 N. 6878 a “ 5 7 r : , 
= 90, 


| weet in West Virginia 


865. it repres sents § excellent! BO! : 2999 cre | | 
$24,950—OPEN TERMS lue. ; Wi lyd. JA. 717-6660 "til 9) Sous 0 ' _ awn farm. JA. 2-7 Lr 
value . living | HOME CITE yout. Call 93 o: | WELSH TERRIER puppies: AKO] 


Cc 
VERNON REALTY, INC. Tt hes « cent ter hal | WELLINGTON with fireplace. ne’ re ideal companions for ht 
t. Vernon Ave. Ki. 88-3106 | large rooms baths jer mons ns low finished m.| - have @ nice sel c~g” .. baieing dren Penzance Kennels. 565 
HEIGHTS ‘ Amazing low price. $20.256._CO M m_ and bees oT KENNELS 6\- WEIMARANERS- | 


YOUR ~“LIVING- Wo| featiy ‘panned’ features valit ONWEALTH PROPERTIES. iM Q Bi: 
, Af Be -,&-X, a, ee OPEN 1 TILL DARK =. we S LAT ME 7 ee eee fala OD t 2 srs. Ress +5 YOUR SHOPPING LIST IF YOU ARE 
. : ' 615, Ideal pets and companions. x. hunting, , : . BR ng" 
ine—yet admirably suited for for-| Tie¥¢,yOU deem writing for this| SALs ah KOBUK- s Ls. M 4 ML ver ihe : 
mal Cueepeannins. | Tae ven . ser in the | KT =. #200, BLK. ss, Se. Mt "hopping | BEAGLES —AK¢ ee weet dntkintee — & weeks. ARC. NE” SHORT OF CASH. WE'LL BE GLAD TO 
| AVE © . , finest cham vs 
s z the te a nd | | hold until Christmas. LENAH. 
Tn order not te disturb the owners 3 bed . : sewerage -- 7" to bulla, be Fett | 2 5 ALDIE. ¥ BEAU TEUL ba PROVIDE WHATEVER AMOUNT IS NEEDED. 


oer | We fequest that you call Mr. Jomn-| rooms. 2 bathe modern ta 4 
; : all } - . ‘ ’ mit LE. 3-4779. —r- LE - ve 8 champion- 
4 N he Ba- | Realty, LI | uppy for Christmas de! livery;| = selection, Part Per- | 


built-in ten evel, ‘ : St 
es ‘ son at EM. 3-5 i _ lovely brieht 
ee Oe ee ee} from 10 t6 2 ing room. ate dining room.| (= . indies A a la COLLEGE HTS. ESTATES | : cell t we 7388 lity; reasonably| S80. Needs & omee, Gt oe ere, Be ry 


furnt 


tate Service, Inc. 4763 Lee Ry | arrange for an epoeintunent sroceowsy 8 ana " quepeined farace. he = 
pec tically wlaced o My -ac ouse designed enutiful level wooded lot. 105 “oe + 5 
if — | aw beautifully landscaned 5 hs Din: Ea a Coral Gables architect, brand- | ey by 150 deep. All inition , BEAC at : stud, breed « is f eld HORSES, LIVESTOCK 76A | 


ee DOWN a nd you can move into Out Mt Vernon sMfemor' i hey.) Pew wh approx. 100 ft. of private! y ~Susit ea. Opposite, Champ.. 100% rab dog 
-* —_—— 
oe ree ¥ bedrm : +6 ee = Walker & Dunlop Inc. turn ight nett mingsicde dr be . uy. Tm : : : 6742 ""Fieo Benton a RW. wo. a THE IDEAL AND EVERI ASTING | 
ree ed lot. ck to every 959 N. Monroe, Arti .. ¥ over the hill, eft on Admiral dr ingow, and this RAHAM & CO. JU 4 ciPt FOR YOUR CH E. : — A NC > 
ed 12.950 to non- ad lington. Va. te our Doi, si r 10: . JU 468. fd DOGS 15) vel Yyained ws ee O SHETLAND PONY ILD 
he seas ROUTH ROBBINS od SD—4 rambler sites, NW "1-108, O14 Z| R PORATION 
’ D. C. line; 81736 BOXER PUPS mp | We have « larce number of young c oO 
0 A 
MT. RAINIER 


RFAL ESTATE ; 
REALTY. . 2744, KY. 8-4000. 1713 Kine st dintes P > erm. & Robinson, WA pare Sac. for 4 
aA "CH RRICE” OPEN | TILL 5 C2 - — nine with p.m ; TRGINTA | Sn a AKC. “prindles . ; pty ry uni arrenton. Rhode island Avenve" Tel. APpleton 7-2800 
P Gi" | Broadmont—Falls Church HOME FOR Wen Ornene hie Pore lt of LARE BARCROFT WATERFRONT a a wermes. rumens 28. 4 Va. 155-R. or drive | Broad- 3510 . we 4 Avenve’* 2". . .Tel. HObert 2-5028 
No Down Payment Live In Ft exclusive area of beau- | all a d ee, Coe Sy OG ° ri (thorobred) went astray, vow ypt=. resetes rights me 3317 Rhode Islan — 
3 bed 9 XMAS the 24 4. ferred overseas pects maie & female pape. TE 6-5722 | Aa! BB 1) ~~ MY ATTSVILLE 


tiful home rms., 2%) bath s.| 
3 Bedrooms, Basement, 20x20 screened porch: very large) arse corner - with y oe weekends & aft. 5 p re 
No, $60. sect. 5. Cal BOXER , puppies 6 wee ” qussetiagal po SL. FUEL OfL. WOOD 80 | $303 Boltimore Avenve” UNion 4-8200 


rec. tm. with bar, refrigerator! ‘ h; 
Bath and One-Half and sink; laundry rm. | And ® Present hig will be to er 3- edig? x 
: t . _. Diack masks. | SEASONED fireplace "ood and kin- 
m n:| qnemed Robinssa, 103 Stn Fiasby males and females. LA.| dling delivered. LT. 7-4406 (Ment to The He? Shoppe) 


ca ful ; tot. ; rie, "ah 2 > tr private bat 
$12, 884 30 YEAR LOA 1] Cave fe a + 4 *s room is rnis dark Sn? esacadioenMaesetbin 38 | WANTED—1 1086 cords erade A. ———- SILVER SPRING 


hile this + fiz ; yy RE ible" Se oor: close 

fs avaliaoie Care living ane SIDNEY Z MENSH a ert edna 7 a are furnish fn er LOTS WANTED a“ Boxer Pups, (AKC, Xmas special Sly Co. ri th st NE. id 7912 Georgie Avenue" Tel. JUniper 7-6900 
itchen © iral ° y t t . “9 ‘ 

uxe ‘ a 121 8. WASH &T., tein CHT ace ") arch. Sov . Semees "the speores © nch Provincial f LOTS $35 to 850 paecpelly fine: re-| 6- 919. 53. ae 2995, | 9513 Georgia Avenue* * of Tel. JUniper 9-3566 


cabinets. loads of cleeate: oa JE. 3-1292 in h rms. open on : (i . 
. ced for quick sa Oo. 5- 736 
to sport Price reduced to 15.980. ‘ , WiEK eK CAB QUICK SALES hOXERA LB ede 2a BOATS, PARTS. SERVICE 31 couses PARK 
. C N 


venient 


tio 
schools. hosh publie and paroc! nial | $600 DOWN oy a arransed to sult pur- th ing ) 
rt new year rig own sarage. maid's rm. hing 1|26-FT. CABIN SLOOP—Bullt 1955; 
Only rema pining eye Tats wean Cire COD Artax Realty, JE. 4-4900 t .. CRAG SALE 5 ait tor or. ee ‘495 he | Upcompleted but callable. reason- 4503 Knox Rood’. ...........--.- Tel. UNion 4-0058 
8 ———— —_—_—_—_—_—_—_-—_ |" 2, . . 
rer. pe _ Satuntey Gne | hot water baseboar radiant heat. OPEN ] TO a Port prs. a s mt © ETS PQARDED _ - able price Call ae 913 ; (Across from The Met Shoppe) 
rom ia clic | mi liv. fF rep . an othe an . : en- | 
ity proceed. She mil to] priced ato resae ty gt atte RIDE TO WORK! islands for sie, 974 for ret wets ‘rn 2 5, 1 10 scree pele, DUDS PE Pigos” FARM AND GA “— . LEXINGTON gem Greot Mills 3671 
an roc ° priced at only ssume irg ERS. 2810 Pa 10% . down. $25 mo. | AHUA-— & female, nice| ES 150 N. 3 Notched Road"... ..fe. &ree . 
aa a use on ieft. 3900 bie F- Bi $ st; | h y per- aid BRA ; ve. nw \ hg oy D.¢ ‘Sune | 23 Supper mic kae nod A _ 9-3656. —_ perpen Uh pa ye | wanes CHURCH, VA 
RE ALTY [INVEST MEN , close to bu Lat others shovel winter snow and TRGINTA On 13 acres, a ee d L NBaC o bbery (1) . ‘ 
2317 Wilson Blvd 17-9020. 0 4 Ic si _ near Willow rd., Soni for building; Dechsunds. red, biack and tan; | LA shru 7 $300. Tel. /Eferson 2-4643 
10 ow , Artax Realty, 3 4-A4900)| gtive on ic et pt NORVOLE, VA. —3 pedrms. 2 baths,| purposes. Por details, SIGLER & poe ate Seite HN) puppy. q and gmail ree work. WE 128 West Broad St. (Up to ' 
20 DOV D.C. e ow 1 bik. from thie +.) Sau den. fenced-in yard. Py size | —£O.. LO. 4-8383. ersian KF s . ‘ e rol A reptence | Corp Wnateated Consumers Credit Service, lac. 
wil set you up in housekeeping) A WOODLAND standing value im élose-in Mo. Ar-| 2°. "B-. ownenes Sorege, & HOWARD COUNTY — for choice =? Falls Church, | "Top Soil $12. From Daicy Farm +4\__“formerly Conere! Ace . = _— 
2-bedroom home complete lington neighborhood Immacuist Poss. Feb. Com Tho omas im this fast rowing | Ca te del. 5 mi. rad. CL. 6-0010, 
ESTATE 2-bedrm. brick Colonial with fu ison. Ji-R ‘Belvedere toad cunty, call J. G. WRIGHT oni AWE passin gee ans rh, ar ALITY Pavir “% 
t mi, 3 full ac bsmt thas, fee. room . screened riolk, Va 8632 Goleoville rd. Sliver | ay 3s Reg. Bk, Blond Blond | Rest varieties peach 
r with trees. Call Art nicely Ww | Boring. Ma. JV. iiss lincitetetans 
¢ “ pais JE. 6962. Representa- On 1% Acres PH able. SOUTHERN _ — 68A | et oe . ois 
rections: MT. VERNON VIEW—In M4. 4i-| 20 | 
SHAPED SRICK (oo. *. rectly acro oe 10 scres; on Sia, | COCKER SPANTE u atys. 
isi, | 


Pe 


se: Geen weil, AKC Champ donk. 
r. PA a . Simpson. 


for ms THI L 
ANNANDALE RANCHER set well back from the ton. continue to N ih tes ag WINTER F PARK FLA. | rd.: small 


street and secluded from view by Jett on T= No 

ASSOCIATES, INC. a “FRONT LAWN FOREST.” nd IT’S LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT | COLORED rr WHITE—S acres on) Paiste i “male. Berlin, D gel? le 

Successors to Uhler & Co — x *| Parker. Smith a D i! ah. tate yAnaapall A | ti bear ea 

A Bay iple Listing Broker DINING ROOM Pt ad : arene pam fa BB — ted in Pioriaa’ cor eaeTt.- ft. trnte. Surrounded | 7-316 L AS 
71424 JE. 2-6080 RCHWOOD “U" & F | Realtors. Open 9 "Til 6. JA. 7-616} m spot Winter Park. leatore| by the beaut ounds of Glen Duis | COCKER SPANIEL PUPFIES—AKC Delivered to your job 


———| 3 : r) , : You . s 
“BROYHILL C CREST Point eauip- ran Hospital ¥- Will ‘ercet, Soom $2000 beauties: reasonabie.| fan Ter i” “des ml f 
3-béfroom brick rambler, fireplace | , | ! OPEN SUNDAY, 11-5 Bound construction een pet 208k | ET 000 MPIC! | GREENWICH PARMS NURSERY. in re | hay 
dishwasher. di ispesal bufit-in china level sardes Close in Ari ‘ sunroom. three a. rap vans . otk ° of | SHOTS. WORMED. JU. 8-9073. _ 

a ba argo pedrou. 2s 27s, ran ACRE Over 900 acre lee, blond MOTORCYCLES, ETC. ry 


cabinet. jalousie-enciosed 
45- a ‘Das ith ad}. MO oe ; ‘ ths. 2-car garage. Tropical jand- gently rolling Fairfax County land | C 
porch: or " poomene x... - | VIE % pen ppet- mate ry yee Brick escaping. La Writ wi : ~~ = miles of Washington and : 2} ks. old . males. TRIUMPH. 1950 Thundervira’ in rr oO ry Sa h = j p 7 
gh yg pe For and fa Satn Cape Cod , @ $45,000. ‘Terms itd farmland and considerabie| mR PurPins, A xcellent con web O328 = 
30.000 sa. ft. wooded to Owner| VERNON REALTY, INC. | $21,500 sired. Por sound real estate values uable timber in wooded portion: ' == AILERS. SALE 
transferred. possession. | 2007 Mt. Verno ve. KI. 8-31 hood; - ’ 
tA RCHMONT REALTY, INC. | "RUDOLPH THE oo Wager gt Righe te our One Oe ae eae : Seat paren eet 

$0072 OL toate Fas 17 SOUTH COURT STREET arm A ACON a ere 


criminating People Bick. male. 
> wormed, 


“BEDRM, 5-BATH and ibis crear-ald house's bein — ORLANDO, FLORIDA. fae a bene 0 SONS * 
BRICK RAMBLER praised value due te owners in gH gue oS home REAL ESTATE WA 6 | baits pipe. Mr. 


with full-day! spt Easement : rture. 4 SDE oat ront tail p 
3 PULL TIL ny devon of prope t for sigrelon- |COCKER PUPS, $15 up. As 
‘Immediate sale ani BATHS H eve} lot. 2 bik. from ss al 9) a WILL BUY fora | a ment; 8 ogerty; one a Der | ei oe Central | art, Raw Me, a eee. fees Convery 
sch m ata 
3110) ONLY $16. een Hipor dinate van ge. ARE reg., champ, sired. 426 | Mee worth of La Piste on Rt. 301 


Mannas Rity., J ne st, se, Apt, 103. 


mn | OS oe he ist ee Shop early eeitleniend Cal ie “ten ee, Bioeth 
Ber. LA. 651 jain View ap. 
cen 7 oF Ay mountein view 
BIG SPLIT LEVEL iB Parker, Smith & Donnell | fens visi “Covered Pato ay FARMS, LAND, SALE 7O| prox. 6 seres of | eround | re clock ond. ten: eucciions its | LOOKING? 

4 BEDRMS.—2% BATHS *. 0-0 | eneitee ei ry | gorgeo bomesttes and’ wonderful | 2078 ee —see| TOU ARE LOOKING POR 
OICE NEIGHBORHOOD, © REALTORS. _JA._ 7-616}. OPEN 9-9 FOr i Hit vitor ee STROUT REALTY — peaping ceeee es eee ecntes | DAREEUU! ree COMFORTABLE, } BRN LIV 
Noft Arlineton—Move in for’ DQ) - , | Pedigreed. Shots. rete Ready now! It PR 
Christmas, perfect for military or WIN THE POTOMAC hood ot good og haa Bo casper CATALOG ar, centri Sake any wil | wih held fer Cartstmes. Ei. APPORD. 
executive, this charming new brick) McCAY &' 


fuly ob uit 


$25.950 
. z ~-beauti-| Expensive homes. surround this ana Matied FREE! Parms, Homes| [POP7_°_ coriemas sHUNDS — fat . 
hone direct and bn og ‘de| charming 3-BEDRM..2-BATH brick| Just Nicely ( roken In) ' 36 States, Goast-to- Moca y. “s A §-8675: eves.. | DACH ree ra peut for CHRIST: 
8. oh . | WATER FRONT SALT "75 taba 


rambier, handsomely situated on : 
secluded. wooded lot. FIVE PIC- + mal —— i. * tory Years swith Nps =} — (female, 
4 shot 


TURES WINDOWS provide restful kn EAL 234-M ‘DRM 
views, private patio. porch, garage. deiatis, : ston, ST. | nlust ‘breeding | 1953 PONTIAC CHIEF—4” TWO 
orkshop and many other features | beth. issn on corner jot. LAKE JACKSON | axoe ot 08, : BEDRMS. ue 


reen pore and 
: ly kitchen. din- details ¢ = - ; r 
. be wii delight seat ar - yf fo JOHN W. MULROY CO. M Choice of 3 mod. cabins with) ACH and-tan male beauties, Mar- 


beautiful colored ” 
commuting , 
te “bentagor yand D. =f Shown by| © Hillwood Ave. Falls Church gO | | ie oni | a oe oe oe 952 mR FRAY, to at 
es ings __+-So00 messes 91-W, 


posal, etc.: 4 large , 

pie closets. ; : 2 res. : 

tt. ree fireplace, lat 7 | Parker, "Smith & Donnell SPL! LEVEL obn good bioodline, wormed, shots 

Set tafloaa egmaes| CAURARY-CL UE NLL theta + | eee 
autiful corner landscape 

i distance grade w_ ae a — caclysite esr ® EM. 4 sean BES 4 mi. Hel-Rus Acre, Leesburs 

thool, , oc 

fast . ¥ OPEN, 1-5 atin heads ts ee ‘a Po SORERACAN PINSOWEES———3-ie- 

m {_ ridiculously! 3 BEDROOMS. DEN. 3% BATHS 
eee 2aee. Terms te suit white brick, slate roo ,fenter bell seen aoe — poem ge . L bath. 
n ullt-in break- 
es when ast ox. basement. Only £621,- / iyesr mol heat: Ful kitchen, gin sod 


dint ee nook. ent. ; : ms ricede’s Easy “on . ™.). Oe TOR E ES . t 
Dane on. 
os ee PY tkias| Better Homes Realty | x ia - ALF ACRE Sire’ yticade’s Be a Beauel tp. Bane. Go Mon Bs fe REDECORATED If the season’s the reason— 
- eae eee ah Seat, | ileal hs “Be auslity.| BONUS OFFER: FOR THE PUR- you're temporarily out of the buying 


prtek Fase Wage x | finite show. prospects. B Be rricede’s 
« chantress . rricade’s 
nice room with otistique 


on second Soor 


17 250_GI fireplace, maid's room and bath in wT) og eeoes nae a’ bug {aterior ; .” THIS “TROUBLE. 
$17, basement; $32,960; extra bullds PRIZE WINNING HOME ff photes and wd fished year: Some. wi! pee gniy or writs FRRE™ M01 ae ern business —here’s an idea! There’s no 


site available. Directions: North FAIRFAX (VA.) AREA arms | Joh P.O 214, Rockville, R CAR WITH 
tchless 3-bedroom brick Co-| Glebe r Washintgon Get =, town and| ine ‘= - wa. : + nson x : 
jel wooded lot $5 Country wii a ri 2 " a. Roc 3 Bes utiful wooded ‘%,-acre jot mts gjtes beautiful — ew ide _porehs beautiful ———— = Ba a? was E a surer, more convenient way to borrow 
¥ te h. on rmon le rick 4 ede j : : ; A ; te 
71 — hang A Goss old. shots. ure Lissii.| FR c on DOWN extra cash than a visit or phone call to 


lar ving room with fireplace. 3 mm AS Litt : : 
"FRED ‘J. GEORGE, ene q © “Petare Rook, kitch- 1 hc els ; fy) BALANCE LICH. the best trained staff in the consumer 


erry Christmas in | 


er JA. 8-6777. JA. 8-7081. | this josnd pone $28.500. Avitie. 28 BA! THROUGH 

. ; Purcellville, Va. Brand- bi Bi " BANK OR GIRARD TRUST : ii ane 

home the eve. FREE McCay & McCay, Inc. | room with ok piety e window fering |" ~ |coe tF ae AAS 2 — at HFC —Household 
mr tins. we BI AIR inance Corporation. 


RE oo 
the pocketbook GI &p- =o water. 3 modern | : 28 
« ING POOL 8-867 Fves.. §~2512. | CA. —oe 8. list = over . 150 FREE’ ol ert 


rections: Wilson bivd. te Lerrt. R EA porch. iene 
es with this fine 3-bedroom brick : northern “Ric : ca FOob ears a 
more st.. right turn to 867 amd) soe k4-+4-- 4 Gracious and Spacious | # inc. Radio Bide Arline aw BL Fear fina: & ms ; MOBILE HOMES Rercralt 


our Open sien ape : 4 
living room-din room com-| THIS L L 4-BEDROOM | ton. Va. JA. 7-8108 with : ; 7. . 2 
ree re ook for good, besting. Only til FRENCH POODLES AKC REG. aes, so MS Bo LaPinie Sens Borrow for any good reason 


YEONAS REALTY (ath “bedroom and ‘> bath] PERS CATHEDRAL CEN TE Profitable Farmette a erms a ; ' - 
hy ‘§-2100] yard: i“ Brie. rs “s20b0 ike ROOM WITH CRAB CRAB. ONCH- 5S BEAUTIFUL ACRES : GENMEN, ms ow ree. BEST, ” Borrow $20 to $1000 to clean up bills— 
“TO _ : r montis. rs IN Te AL. ara qi Saree & os ea | Aee M is artractive me] $500 down New home: ise. living a... ras, purebred. Ch 7 tes | : AVE ? MOBILE for shopping expenses, doctor bills — for 
4 BEDRMS.—2 BATHS supe Alen COnCH AND Sebr Sopaue! sonalogg:Reryetae| Prarvoms.<pedern. Walp, “sects GHRMAN shag haired palatar a any Ges ees Se See eee ore 
NEW BRICK RAMBLER! B83 E: ‘on Bs : view| BOARD ROF-WATER HEATING, | Soom.” Colonial regia ; Elche. re FAK wis. ARC. Imported site wi AMERICAN “TRAILER. repayment plan—one that fits your pay- 
Gl APPROVED $20 500 sive. on second Tro right Abe. D HT BASEMENT family * , om. bee Be privileges. Full point toward ried 18, Shik CO. INC. check Take as long as 24 months to 

' : C BATHS, ROUGH » Coop, irecee, ate.; Md.. office or call |G shepherd pups ree. © 9 Weekdays. Closed 6: "4 ’ 

A PABULOUS BUY! EXTRAS. Sep- me posts. eh apes PLUMBING FOR A THIRD, SIT- fiassed-in port : "p.T806| "KA ee River Pi SPA SOT?” | pial mar ed ere . 2-0268, Seen 9 me T956. HERR | 4 Sua repay if you like. 


arate dining room, aij TED 
ae Se Pe i Ge URTIS E. MARTIN Nt dg er: voue WATERFRONT oeeuhie Pee Pee FO. 2- ollegiate’ 48"; sensational 
ha eer hea . with step-up front bedroom 


posal, finished rec. room im G8y-/ 1399 @ Roval St, Alex. KI. 9-6700 et ace. e 
light basement. Corport \% acre; ~ : NOW FOR ADDITIONAL INFOR- i | cham ; ‘ran = ; 

ict, WITH 25 MILE VIEW. To IN- a MATION AND APPOINTMENT TO need: pri —* | SloodRines: vetious ages: #80, and Compl "and. fireplace, ‘Individual Fast service 
oe Sout a Alenendria | MRA wM. pag peastas vg em TOTAL PRICE ONLY ealte Cas WATERVEONT farm. retirem’t aot up. Call The Piains. Va. dinette, bitcher. bath and bedroom 

Das ir Langley-MeLe Shore. Ho - terri RG | of 
fe iam ct hill, Yarn ielt 8 OU py ere te NO a ccanees| | COMMONWEALTH “ESWARDS REALTY | Bard id. reeled for com! ifv-| "reg 4 mos._old. BO. S-dach ‘ | loremost Mi MosiL#” doses Be At HFC you can be sure of prompt-as 

: 1 : ; Ou . ; " 

INC | property at reasonable prices, call PROPERTIES ” sabe tones, yoo F - ve, Kerries for Xmas “AKC Pups | SURE te SE 78. MODEL BE can-be service—with little or no fuss. 

CROWELL & CO., EDWARDS REALTY. JA. 2-4733.| i eae bith eeler, Accomas, Va-| Cham Fone Yoo me 
73M. Se “DS Your promise to repay, on terms that 


, é A 
2160 No North Giebe Rd. JA. $-0707 POR VIRGINIA PROPERTIES | N. Glebe Rd JA. 5-8968 ARM. located within 28 miles of LOTS FOR SALE 
A} 5 ,, With TRAN GR SALES - you select, is all that is usually needed 


Your Dream House}_v.x. KL. 8-860 | 7 rd of 5 cows SE 
parochial schools. 3 bedrooms. l'a| “’ ” ™ a. wo Nis, OPEN DAlLy INCLUDING 
ET US, SEE, it we con, pelt oul scrested’ porch: fe-acrs Yand-| 3124 N. NELSON _ | Bouve latety restored. sn Bull Run Mountain COMPARE AND SELECT ith fid 
1.966. Owner is leaving, and will| Gf Tinancine available.” 921.080 NORTH ARLINGTON | nine*‘wsters Ygom “toon PRINCE WILLIAM CO.. VA. whe Bagge gape Borrow with confidence 

- OUR NEW waste _ “tron D ~~~ 4 Cl “Be S bdi 3 t Visit pt 5 Varn eu You'll be doing business with America’s 
EXHIBIT HOME tons of hay, Farm 90% in erase: teas a ey you, selects. MOBILE oldest and largest consumer finance 
, 7. - Mountain Home and Cabin Sites sad TOGn pate to FOU means friend! 
Sree ag many ot eae and | oe fer This new conte. hall 3-bedrm..! ton and i and TUF ARRIVED company —and that y, de- 
sotty, I Spr eee sea eS Soe ee ea teeta eeereg| «= in famous Bull Run Mt. - |» ors femme! — pendable service, There's an HO 
Modern Architecture op = the Wor wi. Daneled "ae axis i cash Te ‘REALTY, 5800 Lee Hwy. We have completed some 8 miles of — weather rock road- OUR LIBERA R FINANCING AND “0 jay? you. y ? 


ways in our development and invite come ste the 


on fires 
Reon ge livi mw room your own fireside te with a : . ; 
. + room), fully as ou t once. sher Dis ; o othe in or Smart Buy: —— — ‘mountain =. the“ deliahitul. mame a American Trailer o., Inc, 


rs) en Christm y ac 
rr oak Lath on ascend reaey ie ; SEE THis 60-ACRE ESTATE hardwo is, mountain lsurel 904. mountain 0180 Baltimore Bie, " . 
ned ie tb. ; ferns. Ou it ts to b provide for o o * Park. Md 5 
. Priced a! $15,150 room. 18x26 : a | fini L pt pee oRe ing 10° ’ F comma ‘ones 5 Geter of cals money as collec neta miles north of Dniv. of ot ue Lite insurance tection 
ROUTH ROBBINS 5. 2 be eute No 
rpo oinree lot at dead end gd od for recreational facilities—such as swimming pool, : : 
es, B00 TAT kine oe Cay & McCay, | cn byt ge : munity house, tennis courts. archery course, riding stables. = Every HFC loan is covered by life in 
’ e 
. cUay, inc. IRECT! ; Bogutitul yr.-old "sou j . a 
NOTICE EP Tet a mics ~ Ey r i ay). “S : eee tee eee, Center I This development ts withia 10 minutes of Middiobure— 20 surance. ousehold buys this Insurance 
kwa : " minutes ; esbure n anassas an an easy, @enjoyaedie . +4 M4 
DOCTORS, DENTISTS OPEN robs v1 TO 6| Biiee %3, uaa sel Tears. “dectlace eral” eitins| our af ‘Washington. and provides it without extra cost to you. 
/ ; . We h dedicated the roads and filed plans for som : 
a. PROFESSIONAL MEN No Profit At All rd. rd to N| @R- disposal, o. $ beautiful oo 700 bames*and an sites. ead plane ee being formulated 
MINUTES TO, D. C ) $22,950 Sees ee) 2 baths, hus for approximately 500 more sites " . 
Beautiful 3-bedrm.. 2%2-bath brick | , heat. We confidently believe that this beautiful mountain, with ef prices and D MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS 


r d ar 
rambler, nearing ; loaves, ne profit fo oe A. or 08) row) right om Nelson ‘o house. ay, its gOrgeous trees—dogwood, mountain ae ~: 
P cold eprings and mervelous views. located within a few 1946 Glider, Bunk beds, 
locat Te of beat a ss. Leesburg and and io- t. *. & 


, minutes of Middled rE. Manassas 4 i ter. 
George Mason Green Co, rials, Could not a ated on the borders of Leudeun,. FPaucauier and Prince — 
' 


give exce 


lor BWA price. 
REALTORS-IN TY Will iam Counties and. its easy, Guick access to Washington 
Exclusive Agents. J. vie part EDW ARDS REAL wi two U. S. highways, is destined to become Washins- boas Vagabond: ali metal ex- 
DEsI DO $1975 CASH, $108 « | mo. includes 7 ton'’s favorite mountain retreat I} 9 Dinette, ba B.-4 
Of course it has & jarce fining rm. ; m4 ~y We welcome your visit te see this Dy of nature eee refrigerater. Full price 
kitchen you can eat im, sar 8 Gl. year. 3 . and will appreciate your views and reactions upon our a, 
giepe , Tireplace, e ra con Charmin Colonial Heine! efforts to provide something useful and at @ price within $95 Dewn, 855 Per Month 
“POMPONIO eee Stee) gestae seetehnatct| 3b BEAUTE A each of evervone $o4p Aime: new point. Com, Fouun den tulgh wom Pte bar 
ante apres ave : Prices range from $1250 to $2500-—and terms-$25 down. price 81295, en eeweees om echedule. Charges on loans above 
2223 223 Wileon | Bivd. JA. 71-6660 ‘a 9 J5. }- 2046 rep lace. i ack ng od at od- balance 1 per cent per mo. including interest. The de- $130 Dewn. $60 Per geen ere made under the industrial Finenee 
Kas “ r sa —~ velopers have never a ay P Hg tt ae ; 1950 Prairte . 
- m. many iets have pot sold for dow eir origina] cost 
A Lee Hwy. Cuay. 3 right im, Wide center within 2 years. tee “ore price There’s on HFC office near you. 


- r ) Sal att anes ., wh . 30-ft, liv. rm.. ) . ; 
60-Foot Custom Ramb ° ‘ Tatt, bdrm. bath suite} First to Come—Gets First Choice |B ss: uses soot vert Pe Why not phone or drop by today! 


1951 Eteor. ® real bey! Fell 


FIRST CHOICE sun ron te floor: w tani . price S1895. 
ore ae FOR COMFORT | Ear Len sacs! OPEN ALL DAY SAT. & Sun. {ine semen Sega: OUSEHOLD FINANCE 


OPEN 1-5 P.M. FOR CONVENIENCE | peisrel $s thest,” a-im SHOWN ON WEEKDAYS BY APPT. | Ce ee 


Comen. 


: nant 
FOR YOU B, cottece, everything ih TO REACH: Take U. &. Hwy. 50 to U. 6. Hwy 18, ture See these nT. RAINIGR 


pe e 
7 now and select your 
scheme. Price. 


Con one me, 3 good size bed- ; os ieft and 5S miles to our directional eign: or take 
saan th yf ayy Bn ee oes with breakfast eects eee, Cross fs 29, io, Stone House hg By-—, S devon ask, pen —_ ant Seen tae Tt 
’ ¥ . ° urn right and go to our dir n 
’ OPEN SUN., 1-DARK fenced, water all I heids, on fas ae ee ae al ne br ee x lesmen PHONE: UNion 4-5740 
CLARENDON-ARLINGTON 


bar, outdoor patio, fenced yard, garden house and many ty high wa 
other eer de Wis ona age a beauty. Come an a to i any Bye Roads are good and countryside beautiful. renee 
early while it's still available. . cture wind ms .| ferme to sult purchaser, Better not ; SGD Wines Set 2nd F). g-eere 
eee at seni aiemans Si, "s| EBWARDS REALTY | BULL RUN DEVELOPMENT CORP. ine. eS is theese 
Be ae'b baton Th past. lly himtta ok Sats an moon | gue oe e- clbeets. BLN eRe A dd BY ROBERT B. YOUNG—PRESIDENT cer ning A EExANORIA 
S Phe eee PHONE EM. 2-3084 . . OrPHOME: DUniper 64400 PHONE: King 9-2018 
Coleman C. Gore | wermrnye tolpng ye dyes hw tA 


Shannon & Luchs Co. | Wan : : REAL ESTATE BROKER 
pres. mm. 4.2780 | inte Rervic Pre, ie¢ oo | PHONE LEESBURG 235-J-1 ! 

wy. : : Continued on Following Page 

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Sunday, November 27, 1955 Dil 


93\ AUTOMOBILES WANTED 96 al UTOMOBILE BILE, SALE ane. WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
dillacs Wan Po. t. "ac. This poe a itter | & h.. eytomatic. 2-ton | one bine fipieh Bapetien: tran hea w 
PENNY MOTORS ener Chevrpier : ObGE— 3 ce : ORME oe : AUTOMOBILE, | AUTOMOBILE, SALE 97 


Pali 


Ege AE a ade Pa erage ms WS | aca ADE Chevy Chae Cr Ghee | Bae ee a 
; rf engine and relide, aoe. — 
>0 . ; oO Toe 3 . ' . ‘| “Home of Country Club "| ee Fs begets dar oe, 2 aol 


: ae 3-394 1650 OWNE oa - 3 sories gs p stipay Bc : ires x | 22 
Sot |) MURDER it ae S Chevrolet | AAS IME | eam ersctnret| Sst a ame ; Sa aE a 


orig. 
FORD—'50 AD tae ton. 


Yes, it's murder to give or ~ ROSENTH , ; 7725 som 4 e.. | tra clean ies! ean , 
Jent 5. trade away that 1952 to 7 na and C umbja Pike, _CLOSED DAY : ) Domed ee mink) $x" fy. ~e Gun.| oriets . * ae * rgb iGrecmabia. radia 
ap at ath st, mw. DE! 1955 car. if it's clean and MOTOR O. 2008 Ga ave. nw. dev. 10 ‘ti 5. .t: price. Bc vege * we S210) 


a c R55 New Yorker &t. ' 
: . | ‘< ‘ 
FORD—'30 ay Chassis & cab. you want to get cash value Pp 6000, miles ise ¥ ; equ peed. wi power | ole oy pean. Aa rth “musk and : . ‘53 ME 
condition. runs sood, for it, call us immediately at or ‘pear pwotter hh tt indows. Boles! th ° ; 7 Phone Ld * SUNDAY 
4800 


Pull 


’ 


tires execellen Rareate, , k + ae Rt 

a ae, ee ” sl aoe 10th Big Bi {| Adams off list. = = + car p., Boo vt RRL MO OB BILE PRRE WARANTY cars to ior Bess Tal | he ( ) R ; ; 

"Rycetient, condition eas a7 ah? 3720 GA. AVE. NW. CHEVROLET rh se an we, like “WH sELER, INC, ' ‘sop PERMATIC gid. $4090 090 3 D Carefully “maintained: excellent #585 otal 

{ii isth st. nw. DE TU, 2-5415 Boe cael eT dt’ cpprovel | ORE Yo UTH-IMPPRIAL| FORD "33 Stara iner a condition: new sesfoam | green 4 
rg TU. 25415 | tee gs | oa ranean rea ar Sg 385 Total |sssustiniiatial=| SUNDAY ONLY 


, : e (85) , 
Sec eraee dite Picken: | cece gy | re panies “man Teck Ve on | me | a Ano JA. $5197, “and h 81908. 60. 8-578.” NO CASH NEEDED SAVE UP TO ‘500 


nel, Good ANGTTA — Prefect. Consul Zephyr. 5.00 gown, on Bor credit Rh i 4-doo 4. Re Bit | nie apd pine Ot OPEN SUNDAY 
tires. perl. cond. table for ware end ay gxOUs € 5-919 radio, heater & gower steering, Me 4h ‘33 wenn ml Prt over dive 
eee ea ae Rosenthal Chevrolet | immecuiate condition throughout soos Wis. 
NAL—'47 jstre Van- “Por the Best Deal of A roRD— 


"eta excellent runs! sb) be Srfrogp morons | 8. Giebe rd. and CGumpia pike.| Chevy Chase Chevrolet “a V ta tps | NO CASH NEEDED ‘94 MERCURY BILL ROSS 
Siih‘al'ay. Bt = ersif” 


Db, 111d p 
be. othe rm. SACK a is3 & aryeed te us since | wt 28 Wisconsin, Ave. Bethesda Salinas pod erpait. Hine WITH GOOD CREDIT MONTEREY 7400 Ga Ave. N.W. 
4 3 OL. 4-6100 ; REPOSSESSED 


new, radio. heater, Powergiide | Closed Sunday of Course! and Pordomatic on most "One of| Reet buy anywhere A real ber-| 


LEY. "1 ay; See ce Chevrolet | eae accuma” Noreer Con: town, Pindy BRANCH Mi MOTORS.| S8rrow unions ney neene &” IP | A 
“|: many improvements; imme | 
te @ livery. ch choice = colors Chevy Chase a et i eamed peau “ariven oniy| oi 953 | credit approve call, wre Me $ 995 TO L 


S m driven oats 1; 
MANDELL Sealer ten ane of| “Home of Country Club Used Cars’’ 3000 mi. eonmaa . oe cot FO ss Fairlane vietgris, Ta | 
ported and As and ane repican. car spre oa), 7725 wiseegem, By thesda er brakes. powerfite. | | 7 vg ana. new; ner. | TU 9 4? No Cash Ni pat 


BA ” wer seats. power windows. radio . : = 
TRUCKS CMEVROLET— 95 4 st Conree! | i lags w.¥ tires NEW | of oe eee = bell coupe ) BILL ROSS A pproved Credit 
' men 


a Vv _s 
Sacrifice $1495. JU.) the GALE PRIC 45. 55-8298. 


STANLEY _f ay ING. , | 
$95 DOWN! HORNER’S he. 8 oan SaraST ars NS ae 7400 Ga. Ave. NW 


HEV.—1955 Beil A 
Fis. Ave. NE at 6th. LL 6-6464.| ‘and coral paint Tnieh, like new: | PU ft LOUrS. AL | — 56 V-8 fam . 
"49 CHEV. ...§350 ALLL 14th (Downtowns) DI. 7-399, nterior: ,cauipped Th th | EM lease: turn sie, heater: by Own- Fn 3890 
Aen panel. Low Cost BUICK—'52 convertible couve. Ex-} ¥- » FOC, Scere: Gen NDAY ; a 

rtation. coptionally clean. Dyna.. tr. & h. wir, 3 Leaner miles. SAVE ‘Tanyecs SLOSED by Ne: & | Fo 51 =o a-a may ee Y ae WII SON 
. Good top and w.- r. and h.: $790. ’ “a FORD—I5SS Cistomline V-8 4. 
we OM. Real 55% is over, £0 98 thig one Chevy Chase Chevrolet | CORNER, “puick Dealer, Fia. ave. | A aD TS Country Saul Fo redo. | perdametie eater two-tone Siue. a4 and K Sts. WW | PONTIAC 2.- Dr. $189 
See ft. : Only a b 2S down. J 25 “Home of Country Club Used coy" 6th. Li 6-6464. cgereotins 4500 | oy =aieeee * cea EM. 3-6761, The dig lot on the corner. . 3 b. AT 


$695 BRAN TORS. JU 5-832 Ti23 Wisconsin, Ave. Bethes cHeYSLER— 51 V-8 imperial 4. <A mies.  Gwher-driven $2550. a0 2 | BUICK tbr. ~ $288 


, Special NTED, chauffeur for this car of upe owe 
seal clean. flow. radio Rg AT ONDAY OF COURSE’ distinction. Modern. automatic FORD “S"culen tics. 7 aa | $395. ‘Bilver & Auto r. and & see 
. $- CADILLAC 4-Dr.” $9g@ 


mechanical transmission, master heater 
HEVROLET. tube radio, wW.-w. tires. motor in| Ferdomatic A ale tre a-toue : 1) r. end h., Mvdre. 


hoice of »* except! onally clean 
real ae price for quick ens. tip-top condition. winterized and ; oon. NER. Buick I Dealer. Fis. ave. ne. 


*S1 FORD ¥ : n- S-cyl. 4-Gr; at at 6th 
' ; ~ vate ‘owner leaving city. Sacr fies ee oa 
B-tou—Tresh body. w RS in $95 DOWN ' as $1300, Mr Grifiith, 5420 2d aL MAN—i9 
; 2-81 


956. ual = Purpese! 
heat; "100 % > guarantee Y 
speciion: $5 fn 39 a wk. Phone! Small monthiy yments 4-47.| week. *. oy. TY aiateliahealdicatiaaiel Also onvertibie. a $1445. 
"$0 Cnty. for credit approval. Many other! sedan. Bring in the cash and drive TAKE roan: SS eds. Ma ~~ a. . rdjove 
fla ra to select from—same deal.| it away. For credit approval call BANNING 2. CONS spiny Ps. binck ~ oo . ag a. for , romsages c 

ve (8! own . pop 

9197 wit We finance 


6 tl 9 : 
"SUPERMATIC MOTORS Reliable Motors $800 Balto. Ave. UN, 4-3130 cal, JA. 5- icant ANHATTAN A | 
-4 K MR. MAKES | FORD—1953 V- v4 ; 
oe = a seden.| IQ N.Y. AVE. NE. | cumyslen-oet New Yorker Sedan:| tone matic. heat rete es WO” fahoe bs halen: | Reliable Parties 


Dynatiow. t ced modern equipped with power gteer- wemeny good condition. 
£700. BO. 5-8045 wer brakes, tor drive, 


NA. 8-557! ing She ‘ 
-| Ser ut-of- ing. DO qu Reo Ae. Veins 8-5523. | 
ily vagnes a, , ot-towners radio. heater seat covers: ‘original FRANK SMALL: JR., Inc. . Gvecdetve. tx Te Take Over This 


—'50 Ry convert, ful : 
rivate owner: $550 oF | CHEVEOLET—'s5 Del Hay club) WORtwwHiLE “GUARANTER—|_3200 Penna, Ave, SE LU. 2-9827 | Bem, ‘tes. jow mileage, 1-owner, Month. Need is 1339 EAST-WEST nowy 


Del Ray 
blue over beige f RD . Ww 
BALE PRICE & FORD—i95i sedan. n. nN 
Gwa. Bot credit ap- WHEELER, INC. "Beauiitul. | | 55 FO at Colesville Rd. Sils 
tion of the finest Ant gat in| | Proval sal A b-9irt_—_ het wisninoto p BEALE nl 4a ical condition a7.| STATION WAGON ) 2-Door Sedan OPEN DAILY & & 
wa. EMERSON & GRAtE BUICR | CHE VROLET—'32. Power Olide, de-| LARGEST WASHINGTON DEALER Bip a She (sy! ‘Sl MERCURY $897 |) CHURCH SUNDAY 
uxe r au one colors Wit . : 
— 4 sts its ae ,t- atria r. oa h-. other extras Batre clean | — CLOSED SUNDAY FO 7 aoe aston! me os oor. 1.0 Behe , Sreen station eVICE DEF ' 
mn and out. Deep-tread tires an : , clean 
| Good condition, oF a, mech. pert WEEKEND PECIAL pam Alyy ot 4 dacs pier ena fs its, excellent condition. $1795 inside ‘ook oat. *pulty eaulpped. 


" ~-4875. 
Beieiion | $688 Trade end worms KIRK MO:| With tip-tos shift. R&B Bm: cmtiemmmmestaing EMERSON & ORME 
9 


S— ‘46 
and convertibie ®. ave. nw. TA.| oener and 


~ mech. perf. ; ; 
ot nes tang aw | hb Fg Se 9-4800 SPECIAL 499 gee} and EKEND | reen, ndit low rads EM oobi Te | (BUICK) PULL 
vie, ) : ' KIRK =e OR CO.. 40 Gs. ave it i bait p—teits st ates was- | ijt 42M Ste NLW. DL 71-8196 s 
dott oh a isn ' m. b. ike | Bw. TA, 998800 | on, 2-tone blue finish. equipped || PRICE 
n an. fr 4 CHRYSLER—53 Windsor deluxe 4 r steering. wer brakes SS — = — =| 
- £99: ‘51 Super Riviera, Dyna 5] CHEVROLET door: redio heater. auto. transmis- bee aio heater $2695, COC | No Cash Needed 


sp adt ‘62 eoeer. Riviere. With Good Credit 


; x glass, cus neran 
Dynes. ¢. & h, $899; ‘53 Supe ; | ) é 
Riviera. Dyna. r & h., ae or STATION WAGON l-owner. ORT & GUAR- pitol "Cadillac Olds Co. ’ , and take ever payments 
steering. . entury Révi- A ; N $5 600 | hea Depe- 
ra. Dyns.. r & h.. $2099: ~| One owner. excellent condition. 4 HEFLER 8223 3206 De ST. 3-2 mission. radie, ' 
$1492. HORNER’ i Shae i le. flint CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH-IMP’ RI FORD 51% Radio. heater a. low 
i ud ra . : ; m . ten io. 
er, Pia. ave. ne. at 6th LI BASS &. CLARK LA WASHINGTON D wo ha ¥ OT , | bank m/ -, _—- 
- 4600 Wisconsin NW. EM os. oe 2. aY 3292. $1695 
eee, :; Bardtop Cor. N. Capitol & Pia. Ave. NE. CLOSED SUNDAY “ FO : ‘BS Y- ane =| 
DE SOTO—Late ‘Si Custom 4-dr. , , areful Haley’s . . « OF Courset | 
wand 2 sedan. Equipped. Driven _—— - mer: : 
: *), | CHEVROLET—’50 oor. Heater! # D > ounet O-day A. T. \guarantee; Badge Plemeath Decier | 


-d 
Fi and defroster. seat covers: spar-| “e. oF & conservative couple 
gt kling binck finish: low mileage; 1| Mileage. 8525. JU. 5-1977._ ist & M Sis, SE. Li. 4-000 


- 
$2 r. ‘TAKE U. 81 TO PULL Paice 
1 76-C Ro | delivery 
al eqnvertible, creams re seas Kerr we De, K Ch DE SOTO—’'52 Sport Coupe Pully BANNING & SONS gy 
to & “w. tires, fully eauipped. enyon- ec evroiet ‘ =e D. S. 6 ‘| §800 Balto. Ave UN, 4-3130 | rengea fer Laas $ 
tnelt ing power steering. power 2140 Lee Hwy... Arlington, Va. Oniy 695 y NEY BRAN eh a EY, ; | 
brakes and d electric Zindows: areal) Ja 2.6000 Open ‘til 9 Moto ORS. JU, S-8525 . Dersen 
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[pertingten Ghapping Coatre Abr, Stati prrer. steering, r forte blue ry sien: hee oeee $805. ; : 9 fer —— military persen- rf & 
pry ) SUND. BER, Buigt Dealer. Fis. ave. ne. Kenyon-Peck Chevrolet | , | MERCURY nel. 35 9 5 


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43 raMatic, etc, an : FULL PRICE 

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drei meet taaciincl® 2+ Chavrelet, $645 SIR as evn "Os pours 


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wroem ndi yy throughout. - SOS ARO SED . 
rms or trade; £4196. | Kenyon at Peck | | : . 
, [Akers Olds Cadillac Co. | Artingten, Va. > ‘S1) CHRYSLER cestage Cl. Coe... Tt) : Ma h tt 77 
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sedan, 2- bl ul h | ) Soles @ Service @ Parts @ Accessories @ Tires for 
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CARS shed : 8 U8 $495 fo: t ida ANS NE ; $03 Florids Ave NE needed! We finence cur own decls ot bank rates! 


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gus. aes toto ptns| fer" Sous for"erll” assrral | ARCADE PONTIAC [ifn a susecr = wpipscsery Sm * 6 As low as ‘35 DOWN 
A ji 7 Weater: "Pontiac Besler = ae = 7 

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AL LOANS 90A | PE AL LOANS GOA se Biko ithe SE NW sa | | ~ Famo te? "AT CHRYSLER 4-door Seden $145 +3 
a | & $ The Cleanest Cars in D. C. ‘S3 HILLMAN Convertible _.$795 $ 3 


under Sma n Laws 1cen under Sma nm Lows | | 
7 ‘S62 CHRYSLER | | 'S3 Pontiac $1145 | ‘53 Ford .. $1 “SO NASH Rembler Convert- 
American Finance Company’s | ; Tames pew, lieht ‘san | + a en oe : r 94 ible; redio, heater $495 $125 


whned and garage kept since 


CHRI s TMAS LOAN CL U 8B pe ar at OE sie. + psy gay A ie 1948 to 1955 Company Executive 


ie and One-Owner 
iS DIFFERENT T HALEY’S .. Of Course | ‘54 Plym. . $1195 MG’ AT SALE 


Dodge-Ptymouth Dealer Sever 4-dn; besutifel twe- 
PRICES 


YOU GET YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING st and M Sis. 5 | No Cash Needed On | tone finish; &. & H. ww. 
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Tien iiss Ret Yoo! | : red | ro | 145 Deo ; bie Aatehs Pe 


Select the Amount of: MONEY You Can Use @ (52 Chev. . . $785 4-dr.; hydrametic _.......$ 95 
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$150 $300 $500 $750 Reliable Parties | ruts pasce [fi g? inish: Mas Been, exception: | Cranbrook Club Coupe; x. ‘SO PLYMOUTH 


culg‘honmir cue snoxmiy clus norma ciun-monmr HIT '9 Take Over Thislil # 53 MERC ‘S885 i t.. ate Alfa fausir see. Bx- tae ne 8 
$10. 08 $20. 16 $24. 62 $36. 45 | ‘54 BUICK | Monterey Sport Coupe. KR. & H.. onal windows, = een ts. , 51 be ae ‘'S] Se, Cemaie - Sewn 3098 7 
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ule shown includes charges under Md, Small Lean Lew fF 
Sched tule shown | ne harass eter Ee Law. Loan RIVIERIA HARDTOP 7 4 “98" convertible coupe: KR. ‘47 BUICK 4-door sedan 
w to $300 made in Va. at sae per mo. on the upaid balance, e: Ser ah fin a. ~Matic, w. ms 


as set out a. Loan Law. P : tM + | leather , ~*~ y- FN al 
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GET TO OR MOR g ’ $ nomy & . : new i 
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| ANCE CO.]] = artention | NO CREDIT WORRIES. ‘52 WILLMAN 4-deor Soden -—— 9 
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Di dipoapeg- are aca lined a HERAID | | Wilson to H | | Di trict 


-1. |°56 Cancer Fund Drive| AE 
Georgetown Assails (oop nus on-ooal MO 


dent of the Potomac Electric 

goal of $26,000,000. Dis- 
Power Co., will head up the ; 
American Cancer Society's 1996 | ‘Tict's goal in the campaign has 


Split in Recreation. = =ggageccscs 


| | “Ee collected. 
| By Richard J. Maloy | wae; Wilson has been active in 


eee 2 


7 — $3 custom hardte 


Stef Reporter eral ; , i ty ae for perce, Mae gem 

: ster-| Was announced 77 | He served as first president of 
Georgetown citizens ye Dis.| here yesterday mae the Washington Junior Cham- 
ti by Dr. CalvingaS “ea | ber of Commerce, in 1934. He 
|T. Klopp, presi- ii - is a director of National Sav- 
bet ings and Trust Co. Federal 


 S) , Storage Co., and the Madeira 
15 AvE-4 |r." dnintatrstfve “chinese! Witzes (School. He is also second vice 
y Wall” prevents the children of | Division. president of Episcopal Eye, Ear 


‘s wt ow \u Georgetown from playing to- The Crusade will be con- and Throat Hospital. 
- ee AREA D gether in organized activities 
sponsored by the Recreation 


‘day complained that the 
trict Recreation Departmen 
has split their historic commu- 
<>} nity in two and attached the 


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Ri hay Sais Na | 
| <2 > 9 >) Department, the citizens said. . R ] 
saraor® ue neczeaion De’ Put Sex in Proper Role, 


was administered as part of a 


NAS ‘Sl Statesman 4-dr.:6r. &h 
Hydra. drive. $300, 6950 Central 
eve. Beat Pleasant. RE. 6-648. 


P cuner Bod ‘cond Yor wuick 
JB. 2-443). Ss | 
Berets |Raazia vs ‘moi mi Pastor Warns Chureh 

andiine, easy perking ap 4d bie CARY 1 np Ae the neighbor s part of two Tt 
ia “1701 Wise. ave... Beih.. PR eed!) LS 7g ¥ districts, with Wisconsin ave. as or arns ure 
Pieces “Lae, * 2 Re Do a4 |marking the dividing line. | 

CORNER. Buick Dealer. Pia. ave. : dj ~@ ns | “They have cut Georgetown) LONDON, Nov 26 W—A)that for a great many people 
white tosis Tw a . - ‘4 bedtbary-1. said Andre de Limur, | Chureh of England publication | 5€x already is the dominant| 
—19 Metropolitan, green a a a ae : “| [president of the Georgetown) ‘factor of their lives. ; 
mech. 4. - _ . Citizens Association. “This is| warned yesterday that sex “Hence it is the Church's onve! 
wlan? r plain disruption of the commu-|would take over as the main | that sex should be rightly used/ 
we Ew ee Map shows how Georgetown (lined area) has been split up bax spirit.” |driving force of modern life if|and guided,” he said. This way | 
Sal res, intitenenicedivente for Recreation Department purposes into Areas A and D. Georgetown children living | religion decays. It urged the/the Church could reach many) 
49 $199 — —_——— $n | CASt Of Wisconsin ave. must/church to take a fresh atti/thousands “who otherwise! 
2-door sedan. R.. h.. over- take part in one set of Recrea-|tude in helping members with | would never heed its voice.” | 
py. ge Bm. tion Department activities! sex problems. | t¢ the ehurch fails to give 
f 


. _ 
0 ge Ga while those who live west o “Tt j f f the | Christi id ob-| 
OT , ’ > + be Pi ’ is of no use for the ristian guidance on pr 
nw. EM. 3-0141. Open Sunday, | Her OC Job Huntet Wisconsin must participate in|Church to play ostrich,” said /lems involving sex “it is bypass- , a 


etropolitan convert- separate programs, de Limur' the publication, a report by the |ing one of its most imperative 


ible, Best of shape. $895. LO. said. |Rev. W. P. Wylie on the work |tasks,” the report added. ; 
Harry C. English, director of|of the Church moral welfare| Wylie is a lecturer for the BUY NOW for Christmas — V4 


. ° ° nei ) | . 
“4 \ ghborhood centers for the|pboard. . 'Moral Welfare Board, which as P v 
Ot 30s | OW Retirin Recreation Department, said; “If and when faith decays,” it|part of its work assists clergy-\— Use Todd's Convenient 
h G , ' . Pr : : . — : ’ 
tne eorgetown action was) said, “its place as the main driv-|men giving moral guidance to LAYAWAY PLAN! 
taken last spring as part of a@ling force of conventional so-|parishioners. He said: | 
Personnel files in more than|Treasury, Federal Housing Ad-|seneral program for new dis-| ciety. must inevitably be taken; “Only the Christian religion 
30 Federal agencies and private ministration, Panama Canal Co.,|*ticts in recreation adminis-| by sex, for sex is the great na-|can put sex in its proper and 29.95 Pocket Size 29.95 & 32.95 Portable 
firms here can delete now the Social Security Administration, | *4tion. tural means of fulfilment, of |God-given place, and only the PM ADMIRAL and 
job application form filled out| Census Bureau, Home Owners| Unified districts were drawn|completion and of union for |Christian religion can provide " 
about 23 years ago in behalf of Loan Corp., Securities and Ex-|UP to replace a dual system of|men and women.” th grace to live out in practice PORTABLE BB ae yy A 
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ee “Walsh, Mary C.” change Commission, Treasury,|°VeTi@pping districts which} Wylie made clear he believes what it implies.” | + RADIO 
power features, Reason for the deletion, if Radio Corp. of America, Poto- | existed when a segregated 19 98 “ 
D. JA. 7- “3 . 
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' 1 i mac Electric Power Co., Civil|Tecreation program was oper- | 
0. Call one is needed, is that subject Service Commission. Demo-\ated, English explained. ) 
ween 9 6. mi & Sp. m.Gunday |i retiring Wednesday after 23/7” wctional Committee.| Mrs. Archibald King, chair-| : : 
' * : | > ‘ , ee, | : . . | Smalier than 
= years of service at the Bureau), Industrie s, United| man of the school committee «; Conventions Meeting Shift a pack of ciz- 
Miss Walsh, who makes her|States Employment Compensa-|the Georgetown Citizens Asso- A TOY but a 


and Hydra-Matic trans. , ' leisti " y . . | A TOY but « a. 5 a 
> ' tion Board, Personnel rvices, ciation, said citizens of the d H h d b isle 
soN Fotee THER. 1859) Pa me ree 10 de “plenty of noth. Inc., Treasury, ody "Recon. area did not learn of the’ iste ere \\ cig e Vy 1 Strument. —é> 
we Bei “98” 1-cr. Fully saul: line” for awhile before embark- Struction Finance Corp., Cen-|change until this fall.. She said | r seannnntrr ) 
power steer. & brakes r. &h. w- |'"8 ic ine |it was “high-handed” of the fi I: . * 
w. tires, low mil; by trans. diplom ing on another job hunt. A na-/5%5, Agnew Coal Co., Justice, vat Ww k ederation 5; Nati 
See from Mon. 28 aft: 10.8.m..1738 | tive Washingtonian, Miss Walsh International Joint Commission, Recreation Department | to or ee | ‘ 29.95 Westinchous 3 39.95 National Brand 
[p< MOBILE sits fur 7 “—" first started looking for a job American Trucking Association make the change without con-| ) z “ oe FRENCH FRYER 
| & white Sn- |< a sweet girl graduate of old —and finally, Bureau of Engray-|5¥!ting people of the neighbor-| School financing, teachers,) A tradition-shattering propo- ‘ FLOOR 

: Da girl gr | ays. eal | : | & COOKER 
Brakes, etc. SCC Warrenty: only [Business High School in the ing and Printing, where she was ' buildings are among the major sal to change meeting nights of } 
Subut rt Old middle 1930s. = to a for work ae Mrs. King and de Limur say| items to be discussed at the’ the Federation of Citizens As- POLISHER Baeremenee gr 2 , 

C- 4 , More an a scor ’ | 
uburban Cadiila For six months, she devoted core 0 iss'Georgetown is a cohesive | write House Conference on|sociations will be held at-a gen- 9 8 9 98 4: — 


utiful a with pew be of Engraving and Printing. 
op toped hn | 


BRADLEY SHOPPING CENTER , Walstrs fellow employes will nei ' 
Bethesda OL. ¢ nearly every work day to the ek ploy neighborhood and should not Education largest convention tOleral membership meeting at 8 


. i -7700 ; 
eeecde. M4. uest, dutifully filling out appli sh her Godspeed Tuesday in| be split up for administrative’ ' 

De ILDS "55 “HOLIDAY cettena rm At ae the course of a dinner party set purposes. be held this week. 4 
two-tone green, matching Jeather [point in the wearisome depres-|for 4 p. m. Tuesday at Mickey; Members of the Association rin nad “~ acannon = 
Speer shorting. brakes. seats, wine |sion era grind where most of| GT@ss0's Restaurant, 732 14th will be asked to approve a res0-| oe tn peer ‘ are pene ee 
condition: low weileage. 1 owner. |her fellow applicants surren-|5*- nw, lution during their meeting at| hich will start Monday po porters and antagonists, would ister vee 

2995, sh, : ; St. ) ) , uum, 
ace Ss dered to the overwhelming 8 p. m. Monday in St. John end Thursday. Headquarters | ©4nge meetings from Satur. 


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MOTORS, 1991 Wis. a: fruitiessness of it all, Miss . Episcopal Church, Potomac) — days to Thursdays. : 
. un. 10 “til ; ; will be the Sheraton - Park , Pr Weeeereeceeneseeseeeseeees 
dakar ea, Walsh began keeping a — Park Police and O sts. nw., demanding that Hotel. | Committee reports will in | 49.95 Deluxe 


'p. m. Saturday at the District 
| Building. Fits any 
The proposal, which has sup- tank or can- 


Aut omatic 
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NGRESSIONAL MOTORS, book of her experiences. Th the Recreation Department , clude those on city planning . | 
Rock gmmerce “22. 2-s400 |log, profusely illustrated with T E f rescind its action and admin. Big ae wag oe pe ioe | matters and the annual dinner 8.95 Howdy Doody MOTOROLA 
5] LDS “88” cartoons she either drew her-| oO niorce ister Georgetown as a unit. Welfare Association convention |"°** March 10 at,the Mayflower CHILD’S PHONO. AUTOMATIC 

ry CLOCK RADIO 


self or clipped from magazines, Similar resolutions already 
which likewise will run Mon-| 


REPOSSESSED recorded the- following o> PR adar Checks have been passed by the| Gay through ‘Thursday. Execu- A naw wridikie will. be the tn- 5.95 
| 


Georgetown Progressive Citi-| tive ittee ions are 2uguration of a social hour 
| zens Association and the/iring held over the weekend. | With refreshments. 
viewed her, accepted her appli-| By Alfred E. Lewis ee en Association of! shout 700 are Prana es ‘| Other meetings thisweek: (68 p...erte 


$299 50 TOTA hunting route, complete with 
: the names of those who inter- 
4-dr. sedan: beautiful 
ish Pulliy equipped 

and take up balance at only $20.16 ication and smiled her sweetly 


per month 
wane 
1. 7-08 on her way: | The Park Police’ radar ma- MONDAY & p. m.. American Security & Trust Co. 
71h sts. ow... election of +3 lcers 
Dn. 


160 
urity Motors _D. C. Employment Service,|.,; Alaina : White House Conf on Bduee- * wy HX the kid- 
Ath & N.Y. Ave, N.W. |Wniied States Employment toot ain "| Japan Dolls  |inJare SS rane 


10 “TIL | ‘awe | | Some +8, 
A, 10 tik $--_|ministration, Railroad Retire| Some months ago the radar m Thursday. Bigtier, 700. | Mid-City Citizens Association, 8 ». m.. 
yore. r, & h. 8790; *51 ———~ aah | Bchooi 


th 
a ; . Hospital 
" ment Board, Treasury, General patroliers on Federal parkways) A Th nk ish th ,| Thomson : | 
Wins CORNER iplek » ier. | Accounting Office, Mecemstinnes ante omen aie to;4 re a S codner, 135. ob ry | New 1956 ADMIRAL 
ve, Bea}, 5464 tion Finance Corp., Library of 0 speed-| Jpteey Chapter of American res 
FEES cook ent take sour equipped. Congress cokion, Renstile. nae Remon it a held that radar E'or Shoes onlege, 2 250 + targus Sunder, 20 Ac Purchased 3-Speed Portable 
or trade in and take over pay- eet - ; evidence couldn't be used until orelen Policy Association, through 
*. ment Administration, Internal): : if . 
Hr¢ro-Mat' oflday coupe S000. mi. | Revenue, Treasury, Labor, Rur- f- IR oe gy Apcatertae RF Cg poe canter, ame | ppegiees 
ro-Matic f. and h. power . , oe _jeral Register. B ‘ot s ; 
brakes. power steering, Must sett jal Electrification, Federal Re ' ecause United States Cham- ,,. : | ‘Two adjoining tracts, consist +2 a | 4 
transierred. $2750. JA | eerve Board, Tennessee Valley on ntil then Park Police had ber of Commerce President Disorder Probe Rejected ing of 20 acres, have been pur- Plays bes +t A AMERICAN ELYER 
ESS Bertie “SE Se | Authority, Embassy Dairy, 2©¢" getting convictions for) Boyd Campbell took the trouble) Reuters ‘chased for development as a ager oA : 
luxe Holiday coupe Stylish red &@ | tinited States Chamber of Com. months on cases made along to look into the matter of a} KAMPALA, Uganda, Nov. 26 recreation center and a junior size, any speed. ey Complete Train Set 
. |merce, American Red Cross, the Baltimore-Washington park-|pair of mismatched shoes. he Sir Andrew Cohen, British goy-| high school, the Maryland Na- eae? 4 .98 
r ' wines. | a Sa MN el — ge | EOS Federal Regi — soon lig some dolls'ernor of Uganda, has rejected|tional Capital Park and Plan- ’ 
annot be told {ro ©, terms © AUTOMOBILE. SALE 97 a egis- irom iaraway Japan. a proposal of the parliament to| ning Commission an nounced ae 
Kade, $5205, cae “ ne , pone a - — ume (er removed the enforcement} Chamber headquarters here) establish a committee to inved-| yesterday. Se en en oat eae 
Pairtinagten Po soon tn Pica premium ear; i-owner. under 20,- |@rTier by announcing that/recently received a letter fromitigate recent disturbances in| The land, fronting on New- | former, choo-choe sound and 
Alex. Va OV. 53-0350 PPR Reco tar \radar may be used in Park Po- 19-year-old Miss Leiko Saka-|the territary. The disturbances) port Mill rd. in the North Ken- senemee, 
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Section E 


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1955 


Page El 


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Feared Bonn-Moscow ‘Deal’ Need Not 


By Chalmers M. Roberts 
Stafl Reporter 
~* THE evening of Sept. 12, West 
German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer 
sat at a banquet table in St. George's 
Hall at the Grand Palace of the Kremlin 
At his left was Russian Premier Nikolai 
Bulganin, At his right set Soviet strong 
man Nikita Khrushchev 

For several days Adenauer and the 
Russians héd been arguing about the 
Chancellor's demand that German 
prisoners of war be returned. The 
Russians had been brutally frank and 
completely negative. Khrushchev at one 
point had shouted out something like 
this 

‘Prisoners, prisoners, everybody talks 
about prisoners. Even the Italians talk 
about prisoners. Do you know where 
most of them are? There, there (pointing 
down), in the ground!” 

But suddenly and without warning at 
the banquet table, Bulganin turned to 
Adenauer and said something to this 
effect: 

“This matter of your -prisoners can 
easily be arranged, provided, of course. 
that you~agree to an exchange of diplo- 
matic relations with us.” 


Short-Lived ‘t ight’ 
ET, as Adenauer’s eyes lit up, 
Khrushchey leaned across in front 
of him and said to Bulganin 

“Now, now, Nikolai Alexandrovich, I'm 
not so sure about that.” 

“Oh, yes,” came back Bulganin. also 
leaning in front of Adenauer, “Nikita 
Sergeyevich, it can be done.” 

For a couple of minutes. Adenauer 
seemed to be in the middle of a violent 
argument on a major policy question 
between the Kremlin’s two top leaders. 
In the end, they agreed that it could 
be done, on condition of course, and 


Bulganin proposed a toast to Adenauer 
with these words: 

“There is no doubt that the Soviet 
proverb is right when-it says: ‘All that 
looks bad will turn out for the best.’” 


An Emotional Question 

FTER the banquet, Adenauer and 
. his aides had a lengthy argument 
over whether to accept the Russian offer 
of a deal. Foreign Minister Heinrich von 
Brentano strongly opposed it. But in the 
end, Adenauer decided to accept, despite 
the strong statements he had made in 
advance that he would not agree to 
diplomatic relations with Moscow with 
out some on German fre- 


unification. 
On that. 


progress 


there had been no progress 
whatsoever. But Adenauer felt that the 
POWs return was too strong an 
emotional issue in Germany for him to 
refuse the proposal. 

Actually, the Russians had presented 
Adenauer with a choice on which 
Moscow must have felt that it could not 
lose, whatever the Chancellor decided. If 
he said yes, a direct avenue of negotia- 
tion between Russia and West Germany 
would be opened by means of which the 
three Western powers involved (the 


United States, Britain and France) could | 


be bypassed. If he refused, Adenauer's 
enemies at home would surely have 
charged him with utter ‘ heartlessness 
and perhaps have weakened his regime 
and helped pave the way for a successor 
more friendly to Moscow. 


A Russian ‘Game’ 


ges “argument” between Bulganin 
and Khrushchey, overheard by a 
number of foreign diplomats, was, in the 
judgment of some of them, strictly phony. 
Rather, they felt, it was part of a brutal 
Soviet game which shook both Adenauer 


and his advisers, none of whom had ever 
dealt with the Russians before. 

On his return to Bonn, Adenauer wa 
hailed by his fellow Germans for winning 
the POWs’ freedom. But he was deeply 
disturbed by the reaction in Washing 
ton, despite the State Department's 
efforts to put a good face on an unhapp) 
act. , 

That Adenauer, who had been telling 
the West that Moscow was negotiating 
from weakness, was shaken by his 
Méscow experience is beyond doubt, He 
was struck by the fact -that it took the 
plane on which he went to Moscow only 
minutes to fly from Bonn to the frontier 
of Soviet-controlled East Germany, but 
it took hours ‘more to reach Moscow. 
Adenauer even declared publicly that, 
after all, the Soviet Union covered an 
immense proportion of the Eurasian 
continent, a rather well-known geographic 
fact. 


New Kind of Fear 

HESE bits of history are recounted 

here to make the point that the 
nature of West German-Russian relations 
has begun to change. And because 
Germany remains the key to Wéstern 
Europe in the East-West struggle, that 
change is of the utmost importance to 
America and the free world. 

At the time of last July’s Summit 
Conference, responsible West Germans. 
so a number of them told this cor- 
respondent in Europe recently, were 
afraid that President Eisenhower was 
about to make a deal with Bulganin, 
Khrushchev & Co. to divide the globe 
through the middle of a divided Germany. 

Today, the gnawing fear in the West 
is of a German-Russian deal. 

Russian-German deals in the past offer 
enough of a historical basis for both 
types of fear. But diplomatic history, 
like past election returns, can lead to 
false prophecy. As of today, there is no 


West German Chancellor Adenauer 


reason to accept a conclusion that an- 
other Russo-German deal must surely lie 
ahead. - 

It is possible in time,-of course. But it 
need not happen. This is certainly the 
time for some new Western thinking on 
the German problem—and on how to 
create conditions which would make 


(left) 


Foreign Minister Molotov toast each other as they lean 


and Soviet 


such a situation impossible. 

West Germany today is booming and 
prosperous. Adenauer and his closest 
associates are clearly men of the West. 
Von Brentano, one of the best of them, 
has been growing in stature and, if Aden- 
auer lives and holds power for a few 
more years, the Foreign Minister may 


Develop 


across Russian Premier Bulganin at the banquet men- 
tioned in Chalmers Roberts’ accompanying story. 


become his natural successor. The op- 
Social Democratic Party is 
strongly antifommunist despite its 
Marxist origins and, once in power, 
many competent observers feel, would 
reject a deal just as strongly as would 


See GERMANY, Page E3, Column 5 


position 


Johnson Grabs the Throttle Again 


By Robert C. Albright 
Stef Reporter 

F THERE EVER was any doubt that 

the next Senate will be led by one 
man, and not by a delegated group of 
floor lieutenants, it was laid to rest last 
week in a single 
speech. 

The one man, of 
course, is Sen. 
Lyndon B. John- 
gon (D-Tex.), who ; 
on July 3, nearly 
five months ago, | 


LINPSes 
suffered a heart NU VUE Da 
attack. 


Last week Johnson was sufficiently re- 
eoveréd to lay down a 13-point Demo- 
eratic program for the next session of 
the Senate in a speech before a fund- 
raising dinner at Whitney, Tex. 

Whatever you may think of the pro- 
gram, it bears :fe Johnson “touch all 
the bases” trademark which became the 
slogan of his early 1955 Senate leader- 
ship operation. With Johnson physically 
behind it, you can bank on a large por- 
tion of it going through. 

For with Johnson, the leadership is a 
physical and personal experience—-a “do 
it yourself” operation. The Democratic 
program faltered and nearly failed in the 
closing days of the last session, but only 
after Johnson was stricken. His leader- 
ship never worked by proxy. 

For a while there was talk that the 
47-year-old Texan, in resuming direction 


Gallery 


enbne Deb btia 


in January, would run the Senate by re- 
mote control, naming three or more “as- 
sistant leaders” to take over his more 
rigorous floor duties. 

Now friends say be is talking largely 
in terms of the same personally run 
floor show he successfully conducted last 
year. He will have strong and able new 
assistants in men like Sen. Mike Mans- 
field (Mont.), but the delegations of au- 
thority will be few. 

His Whitney (Tex.) Speech last Monday 
was tantamount to giving notice that he’s 
back in command). To friends who in- 
quire whether he is well enough, John- 
son-retorts that he would “rather wear 
out than rust out.” 

Recent visitors to his LBJ ranch near 
Johnson City, Tex., say he appears to 
have won his “recovery campaign.” He 
still takes a nap in the middle of the day 
but otherwise leads a normal life. He 
loves to walk, and wears a pedometer 
to keep tab on his mileage. Its latest 
recording: Seven miles in one day! 


Middling Odd 


1° THESE OFFBEAT first or middie 
monikers mean anything’ to you? 
(1) Presba; (2) Flood; (3) Horatio; (@® 
Baines; (5) Carey; (6) Almer Stilwell; 
(7) Taliaferro; (8) Brevard? 

Each is a quite important, if sup- 
pressed, part of the name of a very im- 
portant legislator. The other day the 
Congressional Quarterly Review let the 


cat out of the bag in. the biogs of these 
6 


distinguished gents, reveaiing even their 
full names. 

Give up? Well, here's the full treat- 
ment: Sen. Clinton Presba Anderson (D- 
N. MJ: Sen. Harry Flood Byrd (D-Va.): 
Sen. Hubert Horatio Humphrey (D.- 
Minn.); Sen. Lyndon Baines Johnson, (D- 
Tex.); Sen. Carey Estes Kefauver (D- 
Tenn.); Sen. Almer Stilwell Mike Mon- 
roney (D-Okla.); Speaker Sam Taliaferro 
Rayburn (D-Tex.); Sen. Richard Brevard 
Russell (D-Ga.). 


Old Feud Stirred 


HE CONCORD (NN. H.) Daily Monitor 

may have started something when it 
tossed out the following teaser in an 
editorial a few weeks back: 

“If there are no entries in the Re- 
publican presidential primaries in this 
state (New Hampshire, March 13), or if 
the entries give little promise of being 
valid nominees, the party in this state 
might fall back on the favorite son de- 
vice, though that would probably arouse 
some party bitterness. Would the fa- 
vorite son be Sen. Bridges or the assist- 
ant to the President, Sherman Adams?” 

Bridges, a top nan in the councils of 
the right wing of the Republican Party, 
is now said to be seriously considering 
filing in the bellwether primary. If he 
does, will the President's right-hand man, 
Sherman Adams, carry his famous feud 
with Bridges to a showdown by filing his 
own name? 

New Hampshire observers think not. 


fi 
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SEN. STYLES BRIDGES 
++ + must he battle Sherm? 
Adams’ more likely retort will be to file 
a full slate of delegates in the name of 
President Eisenhower! 

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His Primary Reason 


S**. ESTES KEFAUVER (Tenn.), still 
\/ swinging that 1956 coonskin over 
his head, hasn't yet connected with a 
campaign manager. 
Kefauver's No. 


1 choice to run his 


MICHAEL DISALLE 
~ +. not at that price 

campaign was former Price Administra- 
tor Miche! DiSalle, one-time Mayor of 
Toledo. DiSalle turned down the as 
signment in Chicago, reportedly because 
Kefauver wouldn't take his advice and 
stay out of the presidential preference 
primaries. 

He particularly opposed a 
contest with Adlai Stevenson 
March 20 Minnesota primaries, 
Kefauver is seriously considering. 


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The best way for Kefauver to get on 
the ticket is to “be a good Senator,” Di- 
Salle advised. 

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Triangulation 

EN. GEORGE H. BENDER (R-COhio) 
\/ discovered last week that there are 
three sides to every question. 

“Farm policy is a classic case in point,” 


See GLIMPSES, Page E5, Column 4 


Virginia Rushed to Segregation Vote 


By Robert E. Baker 


Stat Reporter 


HE GRAY COMMISSION'S 
posal to change the Virginia con- 
stitution so that state funds can be used 
for private schooling probably will pass 
the General Assembly this week. This 
will put Virginians in the position of 
having to make a momentous decision 
some five weeks from now on a proposal 
made public only two weeks ago 
The Commission has studied its pro- 
gram for more than a year, but it did 
so behind closed doors, telling Virginians 
nothing of its two-fold program for 
avoiding integration in schools. Now 
that the Commission has disclosed its 
plan, it has set up a whirlwind schedule 
for carrying it out. 


pro- 


Balloting in January 
ANY\ VIRGINIANS, including some 

M General Assembly members, have 
expressed doubt about the wisdom of 
changing the constitution so hastily, but 
they probably will not be heeded. If 
everything goes to the Gray Commis- 
sion’s liking, Virginia will enter a new 
phase of education next September. 

This will be. done through the emer- 
gency method of a constitutional tonven- 
tion, and Virginians will vote on it as 
soon as early January. 

This is the Gray Commission's pro- 
posed solution to the problem raised 
when the United States Supreme Court 
erased the “separate but equal” doctrine 
May 17, 1954. That decision voided Sec- 
tion 140 of the Virginia constitution, 
which stated: “White and colored chil- 
dren. shall not be taught in ig same 
® school.” 


Gov. Thomas B. Stanley, stating that 
he would fight integration with every 
legal means, appointed the Gray Com- 
mission Aug. 30, 1954, to study the de- 
cision and find a way out. The chairman 
was State Sen. Garland Gray, a wealthy 
lumberman from Waverly? 


Regionally Weighted 


HE COMMISSION'S 32 members, 

all legislators, were from all over 
the state, bag the weight favored those 
areas with a heavy Negro population. 
Each of the state’s 10 congressional dis 
tricts was represented by two members, 
but nine of the remaining 12 members 
were from areas with a high percentage 
of Negroes. 

The Commission began its work by 
vowing that no white child in Virginia 
ever would have {to attend an integrated 
school against his wishes. 

Last May 31, the United States Su- 
preme Court stated that compliance 
with its 1954 decision should be “prompt 
and reasonable.” On July 18, a Federal 
district court called for integration 
“with deliberate speed,” but its order 
was interpreted to mean that Virginia 
could operate segregated schools this 
year. 

By that time, the Gray Commission 
knew what its program would be. Mem- 
bers felt certain that Section 141 of the 
state constitution would have to be 
changed to put it into effect. They never- 
theless decided to try a longshot test 
case. 

For years Virginia had been paying 
tuition for. war orphans attend- 
ing private schools. Whis was ready- 


made for the Commiission’s test ¢ase. As 
expected, however, the State Supreme 
Court of Appeals ruled Nov. 7 that Sec- 
tion 141 barred the use of state fund 
for private schooling. 

The Commission then released its r 
port. It recommended: 

1. State tuition grants to pupils 
localities where the public school sys- 
tem was abolished and to pupils who 
objected to attending integrated schools 
in localities which kept a public school 
system. These pupils would go to private 
schools. To accomplish this, Section 141 
would have to be changed. The Commis- 
sion recommended the quick constitu- 
tional convention method. 

2. Giving local school officials the 
power to assign. students on several 
grounds other than the now-forbidden 
racial one. The result would be to keep 
the schools as» segregated as possible. 
The General Assembly could put this 
into effect. 


in 


Assignments Favored 


HE PUPIL assignment plan génerally 
has received favorable reaction, The 
recommendation to change the consti- 
tution by the emergency method has 
encountered some opposition. 
The General Assembly meets at Rich- 
mond Wednesday for a special session 


whose only business will be the Com-’ 


mission bill asking the people to au- 
thorize a constitutional convention. Hear- 
ings will be held Thursday and the 
passing vote’ probably will be recorded 
Friday or Saturday. | 

The popular election must be held 


State Sen. Garland Gray (right) presenting his commission's controversial report to Gov. Thomas 


within 60 days. As a practical matter, 
this means early in January, because 
the Gray Commission wants a decision 
before the regular session of the Gen- 
erd AsSembly opens Jan. 11. ’ 


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voters disapprove the calling of a 
constitutional convention, the Gray 


Commission program for private school 
tuition stops right ther’. If the voters 


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approve calling the convention, in effect 
they will have no further voice. Section 
141 of the constitution will be changed 
to permit state subsidization of private 
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WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


Affairs 


Ve May Get the Word on Transit Soon 


¥ By Grace Bassett 


WASHINGTONIANS can expect to be told 


in December whether private operators will 
be running buses here next year, and if not, 


not. 

Time i¢ running out on 
the city’s search for a suc- 
cessor to the Capital Transit 
Co., which is under congres- 

| order to turn in its 
franchise next Aug. 14. 

groups of investors 
have asked the city for a 
t” to operate transit 
that date. Bound to 


themselves with ap- 
~— almost daily since 
Ow, nobody seems more anxious than mem- 
hers of the Public Utilities Commission to 
details of the closed door conferences. 
And pressure is growing in the community for 
f Obviously, the PUC is having dif- 
finding private capital to back transit. 
members are at work on last-ditch plans 

or public ownership. 


THE LONGER THAT SECRECY shrouds 
the negotiations, the more speculation grows 
that city officials champion public ownership. 

PUC Chairman George E. C. Hayes wants 
that kind ef speculation stopped. If the city 
ig forced te advocate a transit authority, Hayes 
wants te demonstrate exactly ‘why private 
enterprise 


Miss Bassett 


failed to de the job for the riding 

His best method is te lay the cards 
of the six applicants on the table for all to 
see—at an open hearing. 

There should be a bredk shortly. Dec. 1 
is considered by District Building observers 
as a kind of deadline for clearing the air. By 
then, the PUC is expected to be able to say 

the applicants: “We choose this one,” or 
“We can't choose any of you.” : 

City hall scuttlebutt has it that both the 
PUC and the applicants are hesitating on a 
deal—for different reasons. 

The PUC is insisting on sound financial 
backing. It wants underwriting, revenue bond 
sales or long-term loans guaranteed. Other- 
wise, an applicant could be handed a “permit” 


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to operate and, after six months, fail to carry 
on CTC service for lack of funds. In six 
months there would be little chance of organ- 
izing private or public management for con- 
tinued runs after Aug. I4. 

Investors, on the other hand, are said to 
be balking at firm plans without having guar- 
anteed concessions from the city. Congress, 
not the District Commissioners, must grant 
many of these—such as tax relief, a permanent 
franchise and traffic flows to speed bus runs. 


Gongress won't be back in town until January.. 


In the meantime, it is small comfort to poten- 
tial investors that. the Commissioners will 
“ask” Capitol Hill for concessions. 


STILL UNDER active consideration are 
several groups represented by former Sen. 
Millard E. Tydings (D-Md.); Morris Fox, presi- 
dent, B and F Transportation, Inc.; Gregory 
Hankin, former PUC chairman: Max M. 
Kampelman, former legislative counsel for 
Sen. Hubert E. Humphrey (D-Minn.), and Dr. 
John Steelman, labor and management con- 
sultant for former President Truman. 

Two othér interests, as yet anonymous, are 
asking local businessmen for backing, accord- 
ing to Washington investors and civic leaders. 


Meanwhile, city officials can't ignore the 
tight timetable confronting any kind ef new 
operator. Buses must be ordered and de- 
livered. Complicated management problems 
must be attacked. The PUC would be remiss 
if, in its efferts te keep transit in private 
hands, it failed te study the prespeciief Gev- 
ernment subsidy or outright eperation, how- 
ever distasteful. 

Evidence that this is being done came last 
week. An area transit st group, set up 
by Congress, urged a new Maryland-Virginia- 
District trahsit regulatory commission. Such 
a commission might be the answer tothe de- 
mands of would-be private operators. It con- 
ceivably could guarantee area concessions to 
transit firms. Too, if private capital fails to 
furnish the District with transit service, the 
commission could be turned into an operating 
agency for city bus runs. 

Congress is expected to be asked in January 
to authorize such a commission. 

But before Congress comes back to town, 
bus and streetcar customers deserve to know 
what progress the PUC and private investors 
are making. 


Some Salient Q’s, But Whence the A’s? 


By Benjamjn Muse 


THE GRAY COMMISSION'S subsidized 
rivate school plan for cireumventing the 
upreme Court ruling against segregation in 
public schools is not in dact a plan. It’s only 
an idea. r 

‘Dhe Commission's report 
leaves unanswered a dozen 

some of which 

must: be answered before ; 
eve those who are willing “*) 
ta ge to great lengths to * | 
preserve segregation can . 
vote ayy on the 
question of holding a con- 
stitutional convention to 
prepare the way for the 


* 
There is no indication that Muse 
the Gray Commission intends to answer the 
questions or supply further details. There is 
nb evidence, in fact, that it has actually devel- 


a plan. 
are some of the questions that call for 
rs: 


ba t essurance have we that private 
would spring up in the near future 
with sufficient capacity to accommodate any 
appreciable fraction of Virginia's 700,000 pub- 
lie school pupils? 
© Who would operate the private schools, 
and who would complete their financing? The 
contemplated tuition grants would not be 
sufficient to enable private schools t operate 
at a profit. 
® How is it proposed to make sure that 
money to parents as tuition grants for 
their children would in all cases be paid to 
private schools? 
© Where would buildings be found for a 
la number of new private schools? 
matter of leasing public school buildings 
to private school operators has, of course, been 
con but the Gray Commission has not 
revealed whether or not it has this in mind. If 
the Commission has such a plan, it should be 
brought out before the discussion goes any 
further 


FROM THE STANDPOINT of state law, this 
writer obtained in May, 1954, the following 
e@pinion from Attorney General J. Lindsay 


Almond Jr.: 
epinion that Sections 22-164.1 and 


“Tt is m 
22-164.2 of the Code ef Virginia permit the 


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lecal schoo! boards to lease schoo! buildings te 
private organizations if it will net impair the 
efficiency of the scheol system in the county, 
i. e., if the school buildings to be leased are 
not needed to take care of these persons in 
the school division desiring te attend public 
schools. 

“I feel that, under any statutory provisions, 
the local school boards could not lease a school 
building to a private organization if the 
building was needed for public school pur- 
poses, and the children desiring to attend 
public schools would not all be properly 
accomodated if the school were leased to a 
private organization. To permit the leasing 
of school buildings when they are needed 
for public school purposes would require 
several amendments to Article IX of the 
Constitution of Virginia.” 


WHAT SYSTEM is contemplated for ascer- 
taining whether private schools meet accept- 
able standards and are proper recipients of 
tuition .payments from persons receiving 
tuition grants? 

Would tuition grants be available to pupils 
of racially integrated private schools? There 
is at least one such school in Virginia, in 
addition to the Catholic parochial schools— 
Burgundy Farms in Alexandria. It is also 
probable that, in areas where public schools 
might be closed, a few white pupils, for 
convenience or for other reasons, might 
want to attend predominantly Negro private 
schools. 

How is the “nonsectarian” status of private 
schools to be defined and determined? Many 
private schools would want to have some 
form of religious services or instructions, 
and many parents would desire these features 
for their children. To what extent would this 
be permissable under the classification “non- 
sectarian?” 

How dees the Gray Commission square the 
tuition grant plan with Section 129 of the 
Constitution of Virginia, which reads: 

“The General Assembly shall establish and 
maintain an efficient system ef free public 
schools throughout the state?” ) 

The Commission's report refers to “those 
localities wherein no public schools are 
operated,” and its proposal is largely prec 
icated on abandonment of the public school 
system in many localities. 


Prince Georges Has Dibs on the Job 


By Frank R. Kent Jr. 


THE KEY to the outcome of the 1956 con- 
gressional elections in Maryland's Fifth Dis 
triet is Prince Georges County. 

This hulking chunk of heavily populated 
real estate has ee 
ing steadily in ~ ~~ 

im until, |; 

the eyes of strategists, it 
has become the biggest sin- 
gle factor in a Fifth District 

onal race. 
was demonstrated in 


i when Rep. Richard E. 
defeated the then 


votes. In contrast, Lankf 

Anne l, gave him a margin of only 

Georges and Anne Arundel be- 

} them hold approximately two-thirds of 
total vote of the district. 

r of the Fifth Congressional 


alone gave him 28,000. 
51,000, Prince Georges 


jockeying for the 1956 election 
der way in the @istrict, with 
considered 

eases te Rae eho 
e primary have 
ronal” bak thus far none has come 

and declared himself. 
ON THE REPUBLICAN SIDE, only one can- 
didate, Capt. Joseph K. Taussig Jr., of An- 


holder of the Navy Cross for action 
Harbor and the third generation of 


at the moment—te bring anyone forward 
against him. The sentiment has been expressed 
that he should have more than one term in 
Congress, at least, in which to settle inte 
harness. 


An interesting possibility, however, might 
change this apparently optimistic picture. Dr. 
H. C. Byrd, former president of the University 
of Maryland and unsuccessful Democratic can- 
didate for Governor in 1954, has been men- 
tioned as a possible candidate. 

Byrd is a resident of Prince Georges. Some 

litical observers think that B still has 

is eye on higher office, such as Senator or 
Governor, and would not run for Congress. 
Others point out that he carried the Fifth 
District in 1954. If successful next year, he 
could serve in Congress two years and then 
step-up to try for higher office in 1958. 


BYRD HAS GIVEN NO INDICATION of his 
intention. But when he was introduced at the 
Democrats’ Achievement Luncheon in Wash- 
ington last week (as last year's candidate for 
Governor) he announced that he would be 
more than a candidate “next time.” 

Asked later if that meant he planned to 
run for office again, B said it meant exactly 
what he had said. He added it meant most 
that he wanted to see his party win, 

Should Byrd take such a step, it might — 
Lankford’s applecart in Prince Georges: 


Whether or not Smal] plans to run again 
apparently is known only to Small. He has 
been appointed State of Motor 
Vehicles since the las , and it would 

leave that office 


‘Artificial Insanity’ 
Aids Mental Research. 


By Nate Haseltine 


@taft Reporter 


ARTIFICIAL insanity, cauti- 
ously induced in healthy and 
sick volunteers, is providing 
brain scientists with new clues 
to the chemi- 
cal workings 
of the human 
brain. The 
goal of the ex- 
periments 
and related 
studies is to 


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Laboratory 


find a drug 

or drugs 

which will .correct mental de- 
rangements. 

Scientists for years have ob- 
served relationships betweeen 
the minds and bodies of per- 
sons affected by certain mental 
ilinesses. More recently, they 
have developed a number of 
drugs that can be wsed to 
change one’s mental state. 

Perhaps one of the most 
valuable of these abe for 
their research is lysergic acid 
diethylamide-25. More com- 
monly called LSD, it is a ex- 
perimentally safe hallucina- 
tion-producing drug. 

When administered to a nor- 
mal, healthy control subject, 
LSD induces cOmpu|sive 
thoughts and speech, distorted 
perceptions, intense visual 
imagery, feelings of unreality 
and rapid shifting of emotions 
—without causing loss of con- 
sciousness. 


THE HEALTHY volunteer 
shows all the symptoms of in- 
sanity. Luckily for everyone 
concerned, the induced psycho- 
sis is temporary. 

Public Health Service scien- 

with 


because he does not lose con- 
sciousness. After the LSD in- 
texication is over, he can re- 
member his sensations in de- 
tail. 

This unique ability of the 
drug to induce an artificial 
psychosis in a control subject 
is now helping investigators 
to understand better what the 
mentally disordered person 
feels, thinks and sees. 

Already, the research has 
shown that LSD has treatment 
value in helping the chronic 
deteriorated patient to be. 
come accessible to psychiatric 
treatment methods. 


THE INVESTIGATIVE 
work is being carried On large- 
ly through the direction of the 
National Institute of Mental 
Health, Bethesda. Clinical 
phases are underway at the 
clinical center of the National 


The Naturalist 


Man Needs 


THERE HAVE always been 
individuals for whom the 


good life has meant achiev- 
ing a harmony with nature. 
Thoreau, Burroughs and Muir 
were as truly creatures of the 
natural world as the wildlife 
they delighted to observe. 

However, the naturalists are 
not alene in eschewing a man- 
against-nature attitude. The 
farmers and foresters In the 
forefront of their professions 
are essentially naturalists. 
They seek to be partners rath- 
er than intruders in nature's 
operations. What they have 
learned provides a clue te 
what could be an effective part 
ef our scheol programs. 

Most of us survived our 
school years without acquir- 
ing many doubts that man is 
the “lord of creation.” Much 
of a child's exposure to nature 
still reflects the frontier tradi- 
tion in an unfortunate sense: 
Man wresting a living from 
reluctant nature, man carving 
a home in a hostile wilder- 
ness, man protecting his live- 
stock from the raids of wild 
animals. In short, man against 
nature is the recurring theme 
in books and movies. 

On the other hand, many 
teachers have introduced na- 
ture study inte their classes 
in order to give their students 
added interest in the school 
work and perhaps the begin- 
nings of a hobby. There are 
valid reasons for making na- 
ture study a part of school 
curriculum. As a teaching de- 
vice, nature study offers a 
perfect opportunity to train 
children in accurate obser- 
vation, in asking significant 
questions, and in testing their 
own theories and conclusions. 


A MORE COGENT reason 
for nature study exists. Even 
children can appreciate the 
intricacies of nature's web of 
life, the ways in which nature 
balances life and reso . 
and ultimately they arrive be 
a realization that man is also 
a part of the natural world, 
subject to nature's laws. 

The first adventure with na- 
ture is always exciting and 
stimulating, whether the ad- 
venturer is a child or adult. 
Any tree or flower, bird or 


‘of mutual 


Institutes of Health there, and 
at NIMH's Addiction Re 
search Center, , Ky. 
Other work on research with 
LSD is being farmed out to 
other scientific centers with 
Public Health Service grants. 


of LSD, the scientists report, 
gives doctors an insight inte 
the patient's uhcen scious 
processes, Tolerance te LSD’s 
mental and physical effects de- 
velops in less than a week, and 
is completely lost three days 
after withdrawal. 

The mental effects of LSD, 
as reported, are strikingly like 
those produced by mescaline. 
The latter, ‘a hallucination- 
pores drug, is obtained 
rom peyote cactus. Navaho 
Indians in Southwestern 
United States have used the 
eactus extract for centuries in 
their ceremonies. 

They enjoyed the visual 
hallucinations and the state of 
pleasant well-being that it pro 
duced. 


Today, in a program coordi- 
natefl with the studies on LSD, 
scientists of Battelle Memorial 
Institute, Columbus, Ohio, are 
studying the chemistry of mes- 
caline. If mescaline can pro- 
duce such pronounced effects 
on the mental state, they rea- 
son, it is logical to assume that 
compounds related to it may 
have similar, but varying el- 
fects. 


BY ADDING a chemical 
group here—or taking off one 
there—the biochemists hope 
to rearrange the structure of 
the mescaline molecule to pro- 
duce a variety of effects. Then, 
by noting how changes in 
molecular structure produce 
changes in emotional response, 
they may even learn how to 
design drugs that are just- 
what-the-doctor-ordered. 

Other laboratories, includ- 
ing many financed solely by 
drug firms, are working with 
lysergic acid, reserpine, chlor- 
promazine, and their deriva- 
tives. Reserpine and _ chior- 
promazine are the two new 
tranquilizing drugs now used 
extensively in mental in 
stitutions to calm patients for 
better psychiatric treatment. 

Ne overnight cure-all for 
man’s mental troubles is ex- 
pected out of this widespread 
drug research program. But 
from the bits of information 
being gathered here, there and 
everywhere, science may be 
able to weave a pattern. 

That pattern could result in 
easing one of the most distress- 
ing and costly of human ill- 
nesses, the sick brain. 


to Respect 


Nature’s Harmony 


By Irston R. Barnes 


President. Audvben Society of the District ef Columbia. 


kinds ef flewers or birds than 
he knew e 

All plants and animals 
show, in the patterns of their 
daily living, that they are 
members of wildlife commun- 
ities, bound together by ties 
dependence and 
competition. The exploration 
of natural communities re- 
veals new and exciting in- 
sights in nature's orderly 
planning and in the adapta- 
tions of living organisms, not 
only to their physical environ- 
ments, but also to other life 
forms in their community. 


IT IS probably impossible 
for man ever to discover all 
of the influences which one 
form of life exerts in its com- 
munity. 

Each member of a wildlife 
community is, in some meas- 
ure, unique. Each has its spe- 
cial role te perform, so that 
the subtraction of any one 
species, or a marked reduc. 
tion in its abundance, leaves 
some community function in- 
adequately performed. 

The discovery of the natural 
role of wildlings always pre- 
sents difficulties. Thus it was 
known that the egrets in cer- 
tain Florida colonies con- 
sumed fish. However, an 
elimination of these colonies 
Was accompanied by a de- 
cline in the size of the com- 
mercial fish catch. Later a 
return of the egrets was ac- 
companied by growing com- 
mercial catches. 

Then it was discovered that 
the bird colonies fertilized the 
shallow waters, promoting a 
growth of aquatic vegetation 
which supported an increase 
in the small forage fish on 
= the commercial fsh 
ed. 

So it is also with the bird 
and mammal! predators that 
are often so mercilessly perse- 
cuted. Field mice and small 
rodents are vital links in 
maintaining a balance among 
insect populations. A poison- 


‘ing campaign directed against 


rodents is likely to be fol- 
lowed by an upsurge in in- 
sects, with extensive damage 
to crops and forage. 

But without hawks, owls 
and foxes, a burgeoning of the 
rodent population may cause 
other losses to the farmer. 
Predator control of rodents is 


Poe 


Country Livin’ 


Ever-Lovin’ Bantams Turn 
y A Barnyard Into Bedlam 


By Aubrey Graves 
The Squire of Grigsby Hiil 


Such disturbances as this occur since “the 
balance of nature” was upset at Grigsby 
Hill Farm. Three bantam pullets are too 
few, it seems, to create conditions of 
peace and harmony among seven resident 


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ANY UNBIASED JUDGE would rule that 
Lou Janof is to blame for the pandemonium 
currently prevailing in the barnyard of 
Grigsby Hill Farm, Lou, however, insists that 
I am the culprit because I have “upset the 
balance of nature.” 

In any event, our chicken run during any 
daylight hour is something like Saturday night 
in an old-time mining camp.. There's a free- 
forall going on and any rooster so inclined 
can get into it. All of them are so inclined. 

If it weren't for the boss guinea, which 
eventually breaks up these spurring matches, 
the miniature chanticleers would be killing 
each other off and the Humane Society would 
be on my neck. 

This peacemaker is the only creature on the 
place possessed of an objective point of view. 
He holds three lady guineas in exclusive 
thralidom. The situation of seven bantam 
cocks competing for jurisdiction over three 
bantam pullets is one with which the more 
advantageously situated boss guinea appears 
to have no sympathy. 


FACTS LEADING UP to the present 
tro@bled state of affairs are these. Four-five 
years ago, Janof exhibited what at the time 
seemed a great spirit of generosity. He pre- 
sented to Grigsby Hill a pair of resplendent 
bantams. The truth was to come out later: 
His gift was designed to bring peace to his own 
premises out in rural: Maryland and to cut 
down his ever-growing feed bil) 

Lou had been through the same cycle now 
operati at our place, a pertinent fact he 
then maliciously withheld. 

Bantams, I was to learn (as Lou already had), 
multiply ¢daster than minks. One hen will 
hatch out three or four broods of chicks a 
year. Usually they hide their eggs so high, 
or so well, that you mever find them. 

First you know of it is when 15 er 20 new 
chirpers follow mama inte the barnyard one 
morning and start begging for a handful of 
grain. 

Too late to do anything about it then. 
They're so cunning the Chatelaine and the 
neighboring kids wouldn't let you touch a 
single feather, even if you yourself were so 
hard-hearted—which, in truth, you aren't. 

In no time at all these little biddies pass 
adolescence and themselves take up maternal 


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Photos by Aubrey Graves. Country Life Editor 


roosters, Only smart fellow in the bunch 
is the one at lower left. He turns to more 
constructive thoughts as his rivals fight 
if out, 


duties. You can easily see what all this leads 
to—a 90-acre farm overrun by liabilities. 

This midget poultry is too small to make a 
good meal and their eggs, even if you should 
be able to find them before they hatch. are 
smaller than golf balls. The chief function 
of the breed is ornamental. 


THIS FALL we decided the only way to cut 
down on the bantam population was to get 
rid of some hens—as Janof did. They aren't 
one-tenth as ornamental as the cocks anyway. 

Most of the takers didn’t want roosters. 
You sometimes can keep a few bantam hens 
without any fuss being made about it, even 
in the city. But a rooster, even the tiniest 
fellow, will play havoc with the neighbors’ 
early morning repose. 

Ken Dole’s two boys (Albie and Bobhy) took 
a batch of the young ladies, as did other 
neighbors and friends, until we had left only 
three young pullets and seven roosters. 

Without absolving Janof of his original sin, 
this ratio (one.is forced to admit) creates a 
bad situation. It’s an even worse situation 
than it would be otherwise because the antago- 
nists have in them some fighting gamecock 
blood. 

This comes about because several years ago 
a long-spurred maverick wandered over from 


._Bull Run and took up temporary residence 


on our roosts. He eventually went away but 
not until he had left traces of his combative 
spirit on our future flocks. 


AFTER THE BOSS GUINEA stops a Donny- 
brook, each rooster retires to an area he has 
staked off as his exclusive domain. He then 
tries to lure one of the ladies into it. This he 
does by strutting, crowing and strumming 
his wing 

The little fakers are experts in deception. 
If no other maneuver succeeds, one will start 
making a great to-do, clucking a false an- 
nouncement that he has unearthed a big, juicy 
worm. 

This causes all three pullets to forsake the 
safety of distance to enjoy the anticipated 
morsel. They discover their betrayal too late; 
one of them usually loses a foot race. This, of 
course, brings the other six roosters on the 
run. Then there's the very devil to pay until 
law and order (in the person of the boss 
guinea) steps in again. 


Virginia Is Rushed Toward a Decision 


VIRGINIA, From Page El 
schooling. 

It is true that the voters will 
select delegates to the conven- 
tion, but, as Attorney General 
J. Lindsay Almond Jr. points 
out, the delegates will have a 
mandate from the people to 
make the change. 

Each of the 40 state sena- 
torial districts would elect one 
delegate. This means that 
northern Virginia would not 
have representation proportion- 
ate to its population. 

The delegate from 
heavily Negro Tenth Senatorial 
District for example, would 
represent about 50,000 persons. 
The delegate from the simi- 
larly constituted Sixth Dis 


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trict would represent 75,000. 
The 29th District 


Church-Fairfax, on the other 
hand, has 170,000 population, 
and the 22d District of Arling- 
ton has 155,000. Each would 
name one delegate. 

At any rate, the Gray Com- 
mission expects the convention 
to make the constitutional 
change and to do it early in 
next year’s General Assembly 
session. 


THE GRAY Commission 
could have recommended the 
legislative method of changing 
the constitution. This would 
take about two years but would 
give the people the final say. 
Here is how it would work: 

A majbrity of both houses 
of the General Assembly would 
have to agree to the change 
and refer it to the next regu- 
lar session of the General As- 
sembly to meet after a general 
election. If a majority of both 
houses in that session agreed 
on the proposed amendment, 
it wee submitted to the 

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the first place, Commission 
members did not like the idea 
of injecting their program and 
the whole integration issue 
into the November vote, when 
they were up for reelection 
Secondly, some members in- 
sisted on trying the war or- 
phans test case. 


NO ONE questions that the 
Gray Commission is sincere in 


believing that its program is 
the best way to accomplish its 
avowed purpose of avoiding 


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compulsory integration. Also, 
many persons who would in- 
tegrate schools at once have 
expressed surprise at the 
“moderate” report and the 
recommendations have been 
criticized by many strong seg- 
regationists, who believe they 
do not go far enough 

The growing criticism now, 
however, is that Virginians 
have been given so little time 
to weigh this fundamental 
change in their constitution 
and in the character of their 
public school system. 


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Retired Brass in Civil Jobs Bothers Congress 


By Murray Marder - 
Staff Reporter — . 

CONGRESS will take a special look 
next s@ssion at the role of retired 
admirals, generals and other officers in 
Government jobs. 

The issue sputtered up last session 
over the proposed appointments of two 
generals to the Immigration and Nat- 
uralization Service, which raised 
,charge of “militarization” of a civilian 
agency. 

But there are indications that the 
argument is far more deep-seated than 
that eme agency’s affairs. Some Con- 
gressmen regard it as a fundamental 
dispute which should be brought inté 
the open and thrashed out on a Govern- 
ment-wide basis. 

In a different form, 
officer issue branches out to much 
wider area of conflicts-of-interest in 
private employment; with defense 
plants daily adding to their employ- 
ment rolis an increasing number of 
retired military and naval personnel. 


the retired- 


THE LINES of separation between 
conflict and legalit