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The Weather 


Today—Some cloudiness but mostly 


sunny and cold with the 
Sunday—Mostly cloudy 


warmer with chance of occasional rain. 
Friday's high, 33 at 3:30 p. m.; low, 


high near 38. 
and a little 


22 at 5.40 a. m. (For details see page 22.) 


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2%th Year — No. 54 


Phone RE. 7-1234 


yright.. 1956. 
The Washington Post Company 


SATURDAY, 


JANUARY 


28, 


1956 


WTOP Radio (1500) TV (Ch. 9) 


FIVE CENTS 


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ACTION URGED ON TRANSIT BILL 


." 
— 


Benson 


Admits 


*Boner’ in Praise 


Of Farm Critic 


Secretary's Signature on Indorsement 


Of Anti-Farm Policy Views in Magazine 


Leads to Demands 


For His Immediate Resignation 
By Rose McKee 


Internatiénal News Bervice 


From Senate Floor 


fet! 


Harris & Ewing 


Agriculture Secretary Ezra Taft Benson made a public 
apology last night for what he said was “a boner’ in per- 


mitting his name to be used in an indorsement of &an anti-|~— 


farm article in a magazine. 


Benson's apology came after heated demands were made 


in the Senate for the Secretary's resignation. Two Re 


licans—Sens. Milton R. Young 
and Francis Case from the 
farm states of North and South 
Dakota, respectively — joined 
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey D- 
Minn.) in the ouster demands. 


A short time later Benson is- 
sued a formal statement in 
which he said: “We"pulled a 
boner on that one. I am sorry.” 


The fireworks exploded over 
a letter in Harper's magazine 
bearing Benson's name and in- 
dorsing an artic’e which de- 
nounced Government aid to 
farmers. 

Benson said that he did not 
gee the letter. He said it was 
prepared and sent to his office, 
“but in the rush of my duties | 
did not see it.” 

He continued: “The acknowl. 
edgment was signed with my 
name by an assistant, Miller 
Shurtleff, who has authority for 
occasional routine acknowledg- 
ments. 

“Of course, the article as re- 
ported to me by members of my 
staff does not in the slightest 
reflect my views. But as Secre- 
tary of Agriculture I must take 
the responsibility for this and I 
so do.” 

Benson's apology was read 
to the Senate by GOP Leader 
William F. Knowland of Cali- 
fornia. 

Knowland said Benson's state- 
ment was the type that would 
be issued by a man of the Sec 
retary’s “integrity and candor.” 

But. Humphrey exclaimed: 
“Don't tell me that the Depart- 
ment of Agriculture didn't 
know what was in the Harper's 
article.” 

After hearing Benson's apol- 
ogy, Case rose to his feet and 
deciared sharply: “The Secre- 
tary’s usefulness has been com- 
proniised to the point where 
on his own initiative he should 
consider whether he wants to 
lay on the President’s desk a 
burden which it is.” 

‘In an implied suggestion 
that Benson resign, Case said: 
“In other words I think the 
initiative should come from 
Benson . I sincerely trust 
that he will give consideration 
to whatever steps may be nec 
essary to let the Administra- 
tion’s program get fair consid- 
eration in Congress without 
this political wrangling.” 

Humphrey contended that 
senatorial assistants who draft 
létters for their bosses know 
and reflect the views of their 
superiors. 

Humphrey charged that it “is 
a tendency of this Administra- 
tion that when anything goes 
wrong, someone else did it.” 

He asserted: “If they want 
eredit for the rain, they've got 
to take credit for the drought.” 
The article was written by 
John Fisher and titled “The 


_ 


pub- 


Slickers Take Us 
Humphrey said it re- 


Country 
Again.” 


ferred to “scandalous wartime 


prosperity” on the farms, “swin-' 
dle of the city voters,” and a 
Statement that “when any hog’ 
gets his jowl in the trough long 
enough he thinks he owns the'| 
trough.” ) 

Humphrey stressed that the 
letter bearing Benson's signa- 
ture said: “I have read the ar- 
ticle.” He pointed out that the 
indorsement said, “Please con- 
vey my thanks to Mr. Fisher 
for a job well done.” | 

iSen. Wayne Morse (D-Ore.), 
who joined Humphrey in rap- 
ping Benson, said “the time has 
come to go after this fellow”) 
and “make it clear to the! 
farmers he’s America’s number 
one economic enemy,” the 
United Press further reported. 

(Morse said he always con- 
sidered Benson “a short-sighted 
reactionary. | never thought 
he was just a plain fool.” 

(The magazine article de- 
scriged the American farmer 
as an opportunist “generally 
eager to sell his vote to the 
highest bidder.” It said that 
the city dweller is too “indiffer- 
ent, or benumbed, “to resent 
this legal corruption, even 
when the bribe is lifted out of 
his own pocket.” It said the 
city dweller hasn't realized that 
“times have changed” and the 
lowa farmer has a minimum of 
two new cars. 

(“Before next November's 
elections, Democrats and Re- 
publicans alike will be grovel- 
ing all over the barnyard as 
they count the country vote— 
but the Democratic antics will 
be the most embarrassing,” it 
said. “Nearly all Democratic 
politicians are now convinced 
that the farmers offer the larg- 
est single block of detachable 
votes—and many seem willing 
to use almost any tool of dem- 
agoguery which promises to 
pry it loose from the Repub- 
lican grasp.” 

[The article said Benson had 
“made a few gingerly efforts to 
bring a little sense back into 
our farm economy, whereupon 
Democratic Congressmen—and 
some Republicans — promptly 
denounced him as a callous- 
hearted ogre.” 

[The article said the farmer 
is presently supported in grand 


EZRA TAFT BENSON 
..~ his dismissal called for 


Flood, Flames 


Wreck Coast 


$1 Million Damage 


Estimated as Dike 


Break Sets Off Blast 


LONG BEACH, Calif., Jan. 27 
P—Flood, explosions and an in- 
ferno of floating flames caused 
at least a million dollars dam- 
age to Ford's big West Coast 
assembly plant today. 
plant was knocked out of serv- 
ice for at least two months in 


Several hours after an ex- 
plosion touched off stored fuel 
in the flooded T72-acre factory 
area, firemen still were wading 
chest-deep through gasoline- 
covered water fighting the 
flames. 

Battalion Chief Floyd Adams 
of thé Los Angeles department 
said fire damage was confined 
to a large paint warehouse, 
which was badly burned, a 
boiler room and one end of 
the large assembly plant. Flam- 
ing gasoline floated into the 
south end~of the assembly 
plant, damaging the interior, 
he said. 

By far the greater proportion 
of damage was from flovds. 

A chain reaction started this 
morning when a dike burst, 
flooding. the plant with water 
up to 6 feet deep 

Then a cable shorted —out, 
touching off inflammabies 
stored in a building 50 feet from 
the main factory. There were 
violent explosions, a towering 
pall of black smoke, and flames 
licked 100 feet skyward. 

One Ford employe, 
Schoelerman, 45, was splashed 
with flaming gasoline. A Ford 
power engineer, Mark Davis, 
61. was hurled by an explosion) 
into Cerritos Channel. He suf-| 


Les 


a 


| 
Ford Factory |«- 


The | 


“ l|experied to be conducted 
the wake of a 2-day, S-inch SY |e 


29 Leaders 
Join to Push 


U.S. Scans 
Red Moves 


United Fund On 2 Fronts 


File Incorporation 
Papers to Establish 


For D. C. Charities 


By Eve Edstrom 
Staf! Reporter 


Twenty-five Washington 


One-Package Drive 


Allies Informed of 
Reported Bid for 
Amity; Far East 


Gun Duel Continues 


By Chalmers M. Roberts 


Staff Reporter 


American officials yester- 


leaders yesterday joined to- day were busy assessing both 
gether to establish the Na-|Russian and Chinese Com- 


tional Capital Area's 


first munist moves on the eve of 


‘one-package charity appeal.|British Prime Minister An- 
They filed papers of incor-\thony Eden’s five day visit 


poration for a United Givers to 


Washington beginning 


i'Fund. They immediately plan Monday. 


to expand into a “large, com- 
pletely representative group” 
of 125. 


all qualified 


These were the developments 
® Soviet Premier Nikolai 
Bulganin’s reported proposal 


The 110 agencies of the Com- for a nonaggression pact with 
munity Chest, the Red Cross the United States. contained in 
voluntary |his letter to President Elisen- 


health, recreation and welfare hower, was transmitted both to 


‘agencies will be asked to join.) 


Because the major charitable 
agencies have not joined to- 


Military Men Discount 


gether, the givers plan emerged) jgarsy Invasion Talk 


yesterday. It is designed to rid 


the area of the multiple appeals), 
which harass contributors and @4y 


cause charitable agencies to get 
less than their fair share of 
funds. 


rators, the first campaign 


1956, to raise 


cies. 
This will not interfere with 


major campaigns scheduled 
during the next few months. 
In fact, UGF supporters, many 
of whom are Red Cross and 
Community Chest bendege. ot 
throw their full support be- 
hind the Red Cross March ap. 
peal to assure its success. 
Although the 


certain. to participate in UGF, 
one indication of advance senti- 


As planned by the incorpo- 


Military men here yester. 
discounted reports the 
Chinese Reds were massing 
for an invasion of one of the 
Matsu Islands. Page 7. 


—_— ee ees 


'S'Eden aboard the Queen Eliza- 
'™ heth bound for New York. and! 


1957 +6 the French government in 
funds for participating agen-\p,-i. The 


text was being kept 
secret by request of the United 
States to Russia at the time it 
was delivered. 


® Diplomatic and military of. 
ficials here were carefully 


| scanning reports of Chinese 


Communist shelling of one of 
of the Matsu islands and of 


. Community Quemoy, the off-shore islands 
Chest and Red Cross appear which the 


has the 
Ameri- 


President 
power to defend with 


ment toward the principle of C4" military forces if he con- 
united giving came yesterday siders an attack on them Part of 


frum the District 
the National Foundation for In- 
fantile Paralysis. 


caapter of an attack on Formosa. 


It was widely felt here yester- 


Elwood H. Seal, District 4@y that both moves are prob- 
chairman, said he has returned ably related to the Anglo-Amer- 
between $2500 and $3000 col-| ican talks—the first as a propa- 


lected by Government workers 
for the March of Dimes through 
in-plant one-package  solicita- 
tions. Government 


paigns, have conducted their 


own. 


Their contributions were re-| attack. There was no evidence’ 
the National/ publicly 


turned because 


ganda move in large part, arid 
the sécond as a possible prel- 


agencies,| ude to a testing of whether the 


weary of delays in community) United States. over British ob-, 
efforts toward one-package cam-|jections 


would reply with force 
to even a limited Communist 


available yesterday, 


Foundation, headed by Basil| however, that such an attack 


O'Connor, is adamant against 
accepting funds given the unit- 


jed way. 


was imminent. 
As to the Bulganin proposal, 


It is known that some local|the United Press and Interna- 


leaders of the District 
See FUND, Page 8, Col. 1 


polio| tional News Service both car- 


See POLICY, Page 7, Col. 1 


fered shock and exposure. | 


Two plant officials in a row-| 


style by the taxpayer and uses boat inspecting damage were! 


his Government subsidy to pro- 
duce something the Nation 
doesn't need, can't use and 
can't give away—the farm sur-| 
plus. The well-heeled farmers 
and the big farm corporations 
get the balk of the subsidy 
money, not the needy farmers, 
it said.] 


trapped by the floating flames| 
and had to dive into the water. | 

Only 200 maintenance work-| 
ers were on hand today as com-| 
pared to a normal 1750. | 

The rain ended today and) 
flood waters generally were re- 


Death Wins ‘A Losing Battle’ 


Estranged Young Wife Ends Life, 
Using Christmas Negligee as Shroud 


An estranged young wife, 
who used her Christmas negli- 


gee as a shroud as she dressed 
meticulously for death, 
ruled a suicide yesterday 


Murphy. 


Neighbors who found 24-year- 
old Veronica Cecil Ball dying negligee set she had bought’ 
on her bathroom floor at 430 only last Christmas in anticipa- boarder as a girl who loved 
Thursday night\tion of a reconciliation with good books and good music to 
sketched in a pathetic story of|her estranged husband which|an extent that “she even read 
the petite victim’s losing bat- had failed to materialize, she| between bites at the table.” The 


K st. nw. 


‘later the doctor said she was 
'dead.” 
Mrs. Fisher said Mrs. Balhap- 


W@S parently had spent the three 
‘ by hours 
Deputy Coroner Christopher J. 


following her return 
from work grooming herself.' 
\She was carefully made up and 
she had donned a $25 matching 


ceding. | 
; 


expectancy that they could be 
reconciled during a holiday 
visit she had planned with him. 
She returned from the trip in 
poor spirits, Mrs, Fisher said, 
“and to my knowledge she had 
never even unpacked the negli- 
gee set until last night.” 

Mrs. Fisher pictured her 


. | 


Sunday’s 

Best Reading 

In Washington’s 
BIG Newspaper 


Adlai Stevenson tells how President’ 
Roosevelt taught him a lesson he’ll 
never forget—in American Weekly. 


Ironsides” 


PLUS 


New hope for emotionally disturbed 
children—by Eve Edstrom in Outlook. 


How recent discovery of original “Old 
designs 
facts—by Fred Kelly in Outlook. 


Lauren Bacall reveals the secret of 
her happy marriage with Humphrey 
Bogart—in Parade Magazine. 


Erle Stanley Gardner reconstructs a 
night of tragedy and terror in “The 
Case of the Exploding Airliner”—in 
The American Weekly Section. 


upset historical 


lPianned Satellite 


New Man-Made Moon 
May Pass Over D. C. 


(Maps on Page 8) 


Haseltine 


Staff Reporter 


By Nate 


Scientists who plan to tap 
isecrets of outer space with a 
|}man-made moon disclosed here 
last night their celestial object- 
to-be has grown. 

Initially described as 
| sphere about the size of a bas- 
\ketball, it has now taken on 
'girth—but has lost a lot of 
weight. 

The now-planned earth 
ellite will be about 30 
in diameter It will weigh 
about 21*%2pounds, including 
instruments, instead of the 
maximum 110 pounds first an- 
unced 
And, if all goes well after its 


sat- 


Hagerty Sees New I 


inches | 


launching some time after mid 
1957, it may pass directly over 
Washington in the course of its 
elliptical encirclements of the 
|earth. 

Washingtonians were prom- 
ised last night they will be no 
tified well in advance just 
when and whgte to look for the 
satellite when it is within eye 
sight or field glass range. 

Included in last night's dis 
closures were the path the 
satellite will travel, its planned 
isize, and the kind of scientific 
studies the sphere will make 
land radio earthward as it 


| See SATELLITE, Page 8, Col. 2 


City Heads 
Encouraged 
‘After Seeing 


Rep. Priest 


House Committee 
Chief Promises 

_ ~To Introduce 
Measure Monday 


By Grace Bassett 
Staff Reporter 
Two District Commis- 
sioners went to Capitol Hill 
yesterday to speed action on 


their bill to set up a Wash- 


_.jington Metropolitan Transit 


aw in Polities 


Eastland Scored for Slap 
At Ike’s Grandchildren 


By Edward 


T. Folliard 


Staff Reporter 


White House Press Sectetary 
James C. Hagerty said yester- 
day that Sen. James O. East- 
land (D-Miss.) reached “a new 
low” when he brought the 
Eisenhower grandchildren into 
politics. 

His remark was provoked by 


a speech Eastland made in Co- 


lumbia, S. C., Thursday might 


criticizing President Eisenhow- 


er for his part in bringing 
about integration of the races 
in. Washington public schools. 

Eastland said the Chief Ex- 
ecutive had promised that 
Washington public schools 
would be a laboratory “to dem- 
onstrate to the world how eas- 
ily and effectively integration 


and democracy would work.” 
His mention of the Persident’s 
name brought scattered boos. 

“President Eisenhower's own 
grandchildren have been re. 


moved from a system that per 


mits integrated schools and 
placed in a private segregated 
school in Alexandria, Va.," 
Eastland told the South Caro- 
lina Association of White Cit 
izens Associations. 

“Ike's like all interracial poli 
ticians He wants it for the 
other fellow.” 

Inquiries at 
where Maj. John Eisenhower, 
son of the President and 
Mrs. Eisenhower, is stationed, 
brought the information that 
his two older children—David, 
7. and Barbara Anne, 6—now 
attend St. Agnes Episcopal 
School in Alexandria 

Susan Elaine, 4, the third of 


Ft Belvoir, 


= —— ——— 


Jets Cross U.S. 


‘Twice in 8% Hrs. 


| ALBANY, Ga, Jan. 26 ™ 
'Two F-84F Thunderstreak jet 
fighters criss-crossed the Unit- 
ed States non-stop today, cov- 
ering 4350 miles in 8 hours and 
31 minutes. 

The supersonic fighters, 
which were refueled in flight. 
flew from Turner Air Force 
Base here to Los Angeles, back 
to Savannah, Ga., and then to 
Albany, averaging 506 miles per 
hour. The pians were piloted 
by Capt. Lloyd R. Lovett, Al- 
ipena, Mich. and Ist Lt. An- 
‘'thony P. Bevacqua, Waterville, 
| Ohio. 


the Eisenhower grandchildren 
attends a preschool kindergar- 
ten at Ft. Belvoir. This is an 
integrated class of 50. Three of 
the children in the ciass are 
Negroes. 

An Army spokesman at Ft 


Authority. 

They came away from a con- 
ference Rep. J. Percy 
|Priest (D-Tenn.) “greatly en- 
couraged,” Samuel Spencer, 
president the Board, said. 
Spencer accompanied by 
Engineer Commissioner Thom- 
as A. Lane. 

Priest, House Commerce 
\Chairman, said he -would intro- 
duce the proposal in the House 

Monday and try to schedule 
hearings before the Commerce 
rransportation S ub committee 
in February. 

But the Subcommittee is tied 
up now for several weeks, he 
cautioned. The local measure 


with 


of 
was 


Belvoir quoted Maj. Eisenhowerf\jj; have te wait for a March 


as saying that racial integra- 


tion of the schools at Ft. Bel 
voir had nothing to do with the 
fact that his two older children 
were sent to the private school 
in Alexandria—that the reasons 
for the move were simply those 
of any parent in choosing one 
school over another. 

The spokesman said that all 
three of the Eisenhower chil- 
dren afe regular attendants at 
Sunday classes Ft 
Belvoir, in which the races are 
mixed, 

The controversy 


school at 


kicked up 


Virginia Senate Gets 


interposition Bill 
Interposition bill reported 

favorably to Virginia Senate, 
Page 21. 


by Eastland was brought to 
Hagerty’s attention at his reg 
ular 4 p. m. news conference 
He said he had read about Maj. 
Eisenhower's position on the 
news ticker, and added: 

“That takes care of that 
my own, I would add this 

“When you try to get the 
President's granchildren into 
ipolitics, you are reaching a 
new low.” 


On 


Ferguson Slated 


% ’ 

For Court Post 
27 ‘P—Ambas- 
Sador Homer Ferguson con- 
firmed today that President 
Eisenhower was considering ap- 
pointing him to the United 
States Court of Military Ap- 
peals. 

The appointment to the $25, 
000-a-year judgeship would be 
for 15 years. Ferguson has been 
Ambassador to the Philippines 
since March. He was defeated 
by Sen. Pat McNamara (D- 
Mich.) in 1954 after serving 12 
\years in the Senate, 


MANILA, Jan 


hearing unless present commit- 
ments are shifted, a staff as- 
sistant said 

City heads were concerned 
that their legislative draft 
landed in the Commerce Com- 
mittee in the House and the 
District Committee in the Sen- 
ate. They had hoped for joint 
District Committee hearings to 
clear the way for the Authority 
take over Capital Transit 
operations next Aug. 14, 
the CTC franchise ex- 


to 

Co. 
when 
pires 

It appeared after the Priest 
meeting that reception of the 
Authority bill would be warmer 
in the Commerce Committee 
than it would have been in the 
District Committee 

Rep, John L. McMillan (D- 
S. C.), Chairman of the District 
group, said the routing to Com- 
merce saved him “a lot of work 
and headaches.” The bill needs 
too much study for hasty action, 
he said. 

McMillan promised, at the 
same time, to introduce a bill 
of his own to restore the local 
transit franchise to Louis Wolf- 
son, who controls CTC. Repeal 
fof last August’s law lifting the 
Wolfson franchise would assure 
Washingtonians of continued 
bus and streetcar service after 
next August, McMillan said 

He said he viewed his pro- 
posal as a safeguard for transit 
See TRANSIT, Page 8, Col. 6 


Today’s Index 


Page 
Amusements . 6 } Kilgallen 
Churches .12-13 | Movie Guide 
Classified .27-38 | Obituaries 
Camics Parsons 
Crossword Pearson 
District Line Picture Page 
Dixon Postlude 
Editorials Radio-TV 
Events Today 22 | Sokoisky 
Federal Diary 2! | Sports 
Financial .26-27 | Weather 
Goren 42 | Winchell 
Horoscope 41 | Women’s 


i Keeping Well 4] 


 ienaaecanae: 


A Technical Disagreement 


The statutory requirement of 
secrecy in cases of illegitimate 
children posed a knotty prob- 
lem yesterday for Juvenile! 
Court Judge Edith H. Cock- 
rill and Police Chief Robert V. 
Murray. 


in a technical disagreement 
evolving from the responsibill- 
ties inherent in their jobs. | 

Explaining her refusal, Judge 
Cockrill said, “I am in great 


Secrecy Requirement in Child Case 
Veils Policeman Father’s Identity 


tion was “protection of the 
child.” 

Chief Murray said he re 
quested the man's name be- 
cause “we are interested in 
keeping up the reputation of 


‘sympathy with Chief Murray,|and good order in the Police 


and his desire to maintain high | Department.” 


The problem arose Thursday 
‘in Juvenile Court when Judge | 
'Cockrill ordered a District po-| 
‘lieeman to support his omy 
mate child. The policeman | 
stated that he fathered the lice and their families should to mm it 
child prior to his marriage to be penalized, when by law the! Adult cases in Juvenile Cr, 
‘names of all other fathers down such as this, were first ope 
‘here before us are not re- to the press earlier this month, 


more comics than 
appear in any other 
metropolitan news- 
paper in America, 
4 magazine extras: 
TV-Radio Week, 
“The Show, Ameri- 


tle with. persistent ill health’) said. | radio was playing operatic se- 


and marital difficulties she was| About four months after lections when she died follow. 

unable to resolve. : “Ronnie” had been secretly/ing a self-administered dose of 
Marion Fisher, whose mother married to William J. Ball of @Uick poison. 

rented Mrs. Ball’s quarters to Raiford, Fla. the newlyweds| Three notes indicating her in- 

her, said she heard a glass came to live with the Fishers,|tention to take her own life 

crash to the floor above her but the husband returned to were addressed to her husband, 

about 8 p. m., followed by the Florida about three months her parents in Clewiston, Fia., 


standards in his department.’ The police chief said he plans 
Furthermore, I think he has a to talk the matter over with 
ne force. Judge Cockrill next week, and 
“However, I do not feel po- added, “I am sure we can come 
an understanding on it.” 


sound of Mrs. 


Ball's body fall- 


later. Ronnie continued work 
at Georgetown University den- 


ing. . 
“She was still alive when I! 


said, Neighbors said Mrs. Ball 


‘and a physician friend, police/| 


had been born in the Bahamas 


can Weekly, Parade 
Magazine. 


after vealed.” 


\In covering these cases report- 
Besides the fact that she is'ers are instructed not to reyeal 


statute to withhold 


‘names or other information that 


tal school, 
last 
t the ne 


got up to her,” Mrs. Fisher said, 
but she was unable to say any- 
thing, and less than an hour 


bound by 
the AP le eg Judge Cock-| would tend to identify any 
rill said her primary considera-| involved. 


%, 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
9 Saturday, January 28, 1956 7 


Kefauver Challenges 


Adlai in Minnesota 


‘ 


Daily Swim and Rest 


Feature Ike’s Routine 


By Patricia Wiggins 


International News Service 

| Sen. Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.) 
‘took the coldest political plunge 
Ihe could find yesterday—entry 
in Minnesot4’s March 20 Presi- 
dential primary against favored 
Adlai E. Stevenson. 

The Senator, who led the field 
Gated Prees of 1952 Democratic Presidential 


The White House yesterday)said, Mr. Eisenhower arises\°°"tenders up to the final con- 
gave the public an outline of about 7 a. m., eats breakfast,’ ‘vention ballot, announced he 
the streamlined new routine reads the papers and shows up had authorized filing of his 
President Eisenhower has name in Minnesota and con- 
adopted sincé returning to work #* his office about 8 a.m. He eded he faces an “uphill” fight. | 
after his heart attack: spends the first hour consult-|“°¢°¢ "¢ P anid 

The most notable changes|ing with his staff and giving His challenge of Stevenson! 
have been in the number of call-/ personal dictation. Appoint-, “#5 underscored by the fact| 
ers he receives each day and| ments last from about 9 a. m. that Stevenson entered the pri- 
in the way he gets his exercise | until 11:30 a. m. or noon. ‘mary at the invitation of Min- 
and relaxation. He also pays; Then the President takes time nesota’s Democratic organize 
more attention to rest and diet,/out for rest. lunch and some The f Illinois G 
but‘has retained such old habits! exercise. tion. fhe former llinots Gov) 
as reading himself to sleep with Mr. Eisenhower returns to his ernor is backed by Gov. Orville! 
western stories. office about 2 p. m., spends some Freeman, Sen. Hubert Hum-| 

Presidential News Secretary 30 minutes on staff work and phrey, and other Democratic 
James C, Hagerty said Mr. Ei-\then keeps appointments until leaders. 


| Buchanan. 


They’re Banking on the Donkey 


Democratic Chairman Paul Butler gets a contribution to 
his donkey-bank from Representative-elect Elmer Holland 
of Pittsburgh, at party headquarters here. Holland won a 
special election to fill the seat of the late Rep. Vera’ | 


Senate Committee Approves Martin 
For 14-Year Term on Reserve Board 


Associated Press |Nov. 18 to raise the Govern-; Martin ssid the decisio# do 

The Senate Banking Commit- ments rediscount rate as a | support the certificate sale Was 
tee. yesterday approved the brake on inflationary trends. an emergency step, after it be- 
‘nomination of William McC. | Martin defended the action, came apparent the Treasury 
Martin, a Democrat, to a full! etting backing from several and Reserve Board has “ntis 


, nking Committee members, « 
= Ping 2 voir x but Douglas insisted it was a °@/culated” the market, 


matter of “riding east and ‘ol 
ae. — at the same time.” 
after he had Martin testified that he | 
denied that he money market had shown some 
eurious cross-currents. 

“Had it not been for the|| 
President's iliness, we mel 
have raised the rediscount rate) 
earlier than we did,” he said. ) 

Martin said he voted to sup- | 
port the certificate market, al- 


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od 


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last DAY. 
OF SALE © 


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though the polity has been not} 
to support it in the past. 
Sens. Prescott Bush (R-Conn.), tH} 


Douglas (D-I1l.), 
who had vigorously questioned | 
nsgennd . — and Frederick G. Payne (R- 
e was withholding his vote 
The Committee staff reserved Me.) said they thought the mep) 
announcement of a roll cal); 745 Justified. 
vote on the — a until Says It Stabilized Market 
‘it was completed, but within’ a - 
minutes oo - poy ida enema ee rs gel | 
i had ended, the staff said a’ 
Untied Press ‘poll peyton showed ® g.| Volved, but that the emergency 
‘action on the last day of the 
(jority in favor of the menting | sale had stabilized the market. 
tion. ' He said he discussed it with 
Douglas termed Martin “an Under Secretary of the Treas- 
honorable man,” but accused ury W. Randolph Burgess, and 
[him of having yielded tOlinsisted on assurances from 
| pressures’ and = = “blandish- ‘Burgess that Humphrey in- 
ment” from Secretary of the/dorsed the step, before voting 
Treasury George M. Humphrey |to support the market. 
‘on a matter of principle last 


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This 
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one more day. 


Alterations 
At Cost 


senhower has been able toihe leaves the office at 4:30 or 

streamline his work schedule (5 p. m. But Kefauver said in a pre-| 

partly because of a “consider-| After hours—dinner is at 7 pared statement that, believing 

able” decrease in requests from|or 7:30 p. m.—Mr. Eisenhower ji, the primary system, he felt 

members of Congress and other May see a movie in the White that “candidates must take their 

persons to see him. House or watch television. 

Another adjustment has been| The President retires for the chances, win or lose, straight 

in his manner of exercise. Mr.\night about 10 p. m. and, for across the board.” 

Eisenhower now takes a daily|the first time in his adult life,, Koefauver’s chances of an up- 
set are enhanced by the fact) 
that Republicans can cast Demo- 


swim in the White House pool/averages about eight hours of 
instead of playing golf. But he ei thie diet Mr. Elsenh 
is permitted to practice putting or his diet, pir. Eisenhower cratic ballots in the primary. | . 
indoors, Hagerty said. jhas “More or les” 1800 calori€S'Some observers believe GOP| Prange ye i gps 
Since his hospitaliza-| voters might take advantage of day to throw their /full su 
pport 
this loophole to ‘embarrass }.hing a\ move to! finance the 


The President also spends a day. 
more time painting than before.| tion, he has kept his weight at 

|Stevenson and Humphrey by multi-million dollar 
voting for Kefauver. 


On an average day, Hagerty around 172 pounds. 
Minnesota will provide the/,, gasoline, diesel fuel. 


| first _— rage re be-| and other 

t efauver. 

GOP Leaders Denounce isin incensed te 
I New s . 
mary, first ia the Nation, bel 
Neuber over Remarks Stevenson has no plans to run 

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United Press 


there. 
Kefauver also has entered the 
WWisconsin (April 3), Florida 
(May 29), and California (June 
5) primaries. Stevenson will be 
Republican leaders yesterday a copy to Mr. Eisenhower to), contender in Illinois (April 
coldly denounced a suggestion than von 44 = wishes Te-/ 19), Pennsylvania (April 24), 
raing His nea iforni ri- 
by Sen. Richard L. Neuberger ga In the newsletter, Neuberger Wheelie and California p 
(D-Ore.) that “panicky politi-'said a second-term bid by the| rerauver 
cians” might use drugs to get President would make Mr. Eis- 
President Eisenhower through enhower’s health an overriding charged that some state leaders! ay 9 t+ h © w 
another election campaign. campaign issue. “have attempted to circumvent 
Senate GOP Leader William) “There even exists the dan-| the intention of the primary by 
F. Knowland, a possible Presi-' ger that panicky politicians... assuring the state in advance to 
dential candidate himself, told! might try to have him propped | one candidate.” 
the Senate he was “deeply h- 


up unwisely with drugs and ot 
shocked” by Neuberger's state-ler such aids so that he could aii 
ment. He said it “cast reflec-| fulfill speaking and TV commit- C . } 
tions” on the White House staff > Jets l as 1 
In Far East; | 
All Pilots Safe pa to the in- 
ctment charging them with 


ments to the permanent detri- 
and Mr. Eisenhower's physi- 
up Five rene to defraud the Gov- 


ment of his well- being, just to! 

cians. get by Election Day,” he wrote. 
“I hope that there is no repe-| Neuberger told the Senate he | 
tition of this type of statement thought the Democrats “prob- 
in the heat of the campaign,” ably made a mistake” when; 
Knowland said. they ran Franklin D. Roosevelt’ 
Neuberger’s statement, made for a fourth term in 1944. He 

in a newsletter to his constitu-|also said it was his “opinion” | ‘TOKY O. Jan. 27 scenmuaseaioes nine ade tien: 

‘United States Sabre JetS rheir trial date was set tenta- 

crashed in the Far East today— ‘tively for May 7. | 

four after they ran out of fuel! A hearing on similar motions) 

near Okinawa and one in Japan. | by eae mgm - er} 

case am audle, forme 

The pilots escaped unhurt. ‘head of the Justice Depart-| 

One was identified as First Lt. ment’s Tax Division, was post-| 


ents, also was denounced by that Mr. ‘Eisenhower would de- 
Walter H. Fears of Crewe, Va.'noned until Feb. 3 because of 


highway use items. | 


Court Rejects 
Connelly Ple 


For Dismissal 


ST. LOUIS, Jan. 
Federal judge today 


in his 


J. 
Connelly, presi- © 
dential ap- 
pointments sec- 
\retary in the 
'T ruman Ad- 
min'stration, 
and Harry lL. 
Schwimmer, a 
lawyer. 

Both of the 
defendants 


pleaded inn®  onnelly 


Sen. Barry M. Goldwater (R-|cide against a second term. 
Ariz.), Chairman of the Re-| Goldwater said Neuberger 
publican Senatorial Campaign could have his opinion and that 
Committee. He said Republi-' he “couldn't agree more” about 
cans could get “very bitter” if Mr. Roosevelt. His chief com- 
such statements are repeated. | plaint, he said, was Neuberger’s 

Neuberger replied that he statement that “drugs might be 
was glad to have the newsletter used” on Mr. Eisenhower 
printed because it was entirely! Goldwater had a copy of Neu- 
“friendly” in tone. The fresh- berger’s newsletter placed in 
man Democrat said he had sent the Congressional Record. 


million, was the costliest single torneys. 
day’s toll of Sabres in the Far, Federal District Judge Rubey 
East since the Korean War. M. Hulen also rejected motions | 

An Air Force spokesman said’ by Connelly and Schwimmer, 
four Sabres were returning to former . 
Okinawa from a brief training and more recently engaged in 
flight when they changed’ business in Puerto Rico, for 
course to skirt bad weather and transfer of their trial to Wash- 
| ran out of fuel. ington. 

President Eisenhower yester-| Qne pilot parachuted to safe-| The judge took under advise- 
day nominated T. Keith ty in northern Okinawa. The ment several other motions by 
Glennan, a former member of Other three landed in the East?Connelly and Schwimmer, in-| 

China Sea. All were rescued. cluding one for separate trials. 
the Atomic Energy Commis At Itazuke, Japan, a United’ The indictment was based on 
sion, to be a member of the States pilot ‘escaped with|Government handling of the/ 
National Science Board of the scratches when his Sabre’ prosetution of an income tax) 
'National Science Foundation. |2ounced into a field of radishes|case against Irvin Sachs, | 

on take-off and started to burn. Louis shoe manufacturer.| 
» Glennan, president of. the) | 
Case Institute of Technology at 
F Cleveland, Ohio, would succeed) 
Chester I. Barnard, who re- 
signed because of health and’ 
“personal reasons.” The nomi- 
e f nation is subject to Senate con- | 
. t firmation. 


' 
Glennan Nominated 
To Science Board 


Chinese Priest Jailed 


HONGKONG, Jan. 27 *\—The 
Hongkong Catholic headauar- 
ters announced today the Vicar 
General of Wuchow, Msgr. Ben- 
jamin Tsoi, was arrested Nov. 1. 
Wuchow Catholics fear he has 
been executed, the announce. 
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House Leaders Back 
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Defends Action i 
Douglas sharply questioned | 
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Registry Lag 
Held Peril to 
Home Rule 


Home rule in the District 
“will be set back 50 years” if 


registration for the primary 
election May 1 doesn't pick up, 
the District Federation of Civic 
Associationg was warned last 
night. 

A. L. Wheeler, chairgan of 
the D. C. Democratic State Cen- 
tral Committee, said although 
registration has been opé&n since 
early December, only about 
1600 persons have signed up so 
far. 

Voicing his disappointment, 
Wheeler reminded his audience 
that registration is allowed up 
to 15 days before the election, 
and urged Federation members 
to “register and vote.” 

Barrington Parker, vice chair- 
man of the D. C. Republican 


State Central Committee, 
termed the low registration 
“tragic.” 


The Association also heard) 
Leon S. Calhoun of the South-! 
west Civic Association accUse 
the Redevelopment Land Agen- 
cy of “bad faith.” | 

Calhoun saig that although | 


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Holding hands after their marriage yesterday are Kwaja | 
Latifullah, 39, administrative assistant to the Pakistan Em- | 


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Vienna, joined the Embassy staff last March. 


residents of Southwest were, ~~ 
assured by the agency that 
they would have a share in the 
redeveloped area, present plans 
indicate rents of proposed 
dwellings would be too high. 
“One hundred per cent dis- 
placement” of present resi- 
dents seems contemplated, he) 
said. All the people want is a 


fair share of the housing, Cal-| Harold E. Stassen, Special 
héiun said. Assistant to the President, 
A new siate of officers,| urged last night that Mr. Eisen- 


elected in November, were in-|hower “not be hurried for any 


] ti . , 
2 District “buitding "Geares reason whatsoever” in reaching 


©. Butler was re-elected presi- 4 decision on whether to run 


dent, Barrington Parker was again for the Presidency. 
re-elected first vice president) Addressing 200 persons at- 
and Julius W. Hobson was 


tending the last meeting of the 
\National” Young Republican 


Don’t Hurry President, 
Stassen Urges GOP 


do know that it will be a de-| A 16-year-old boy convicted tisements today, “but you won't 


| 


cision reached on the basis of 
deep devotion to our country 
and a very high and refined 
sense of duty to this Nation 
and to all mankind. 

“Il also know that it is a de- 
cision which he should make 
in his own time and he should 
not be hurried for any reason 


whatsoever.” 
Stassen told the audience 
that if the Republican Party 


“is broadly built and deeply 
vitalized to reflect President 
Eisenhower's philosophy 
principles of government, 


and 
the 


\outiook is favorable for the Re- 


publican Party to win the Presi- 
dency and the Congress next 
November.” 


elected second vice president. 
Leadership Training School at 
Tokvo Rose pressed the belief that “the 
sf greatest message that Mr. Ei- 
jond inaugural address as Presi- 
ident of the United States. 
Be Deported 
oe “In this respect, I do know 
=ALDERSON. W. Va.. Jan. 27 what his decision will be, but I 
Jave songs and syrupy propa- 
ganda broadcasts were aimed 
the morale of 
Gls in the Paci- 


the Raleigh Hotel, Stassen ex- 
Freed; May = [sers.cites'c mere 
| He’ added: 
amS) — “Tokyo Rose,” whose 
at weakening 
fic 


emerges from 

Federal prison 

Saturday —but , youngster missed school 

not a5 & COM-\ was told yesterday in Juvenile 

pletely free) Court 

woman. | It is the story of a pretty 
She h 4&8\ girl, 14, who refused to return 


served slightly|to her classes the week after 
» more than 6 Christmas vacation. A court 
Years and 3 months of a 10-year | probation: worker who investi- 
term imposed following her) gated the truancy case. told 
hea a “td eon the Court: . 
ancisco jury in October, 1949. whe girl is a child of par- 
The term was reduced for good ents who separated because of 
behavior. , |the father’s excessive drink- 
e ba hen the sloe-eyed, taciturn ing. Her mother took the fam- 
Fo comes out of the Fed.liy and moved to Washington 
Alderson some time after 6 a. to escape the problem, but the 
m. Saturday, she will be served 
immediately with a warrant! 
calling for her deportation, 
probably to Japan but possibly Lutherans 
to Portugal, where her husband’) 
Was born. | f k 
®Whough born in conerna | UHR roc 
ave Rose”—whose full name ape 
Mrs. Iva Toguri D’Aquino— 9 M 
will be subject to deportation misters 
action on the basis of her trea-| | 
gon conviction. | MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 27 @. 
An Immigration Department|Two Lutheran ministers were 
Spokesman explained that de-|unfrocked and a third was de- 
spite her American birth her|clared innocent as a special 
conviction as a traitor has the |convention of the English Evan- 
ct of revoking *her citizen-|gelical Lutheran Synod of the 
, Northwest backed up recom- 
=*“Tokyo Rose” now 39, will not;mendations of church commit- 
be-re-arrested immediately, but|tees that had tried them on 
{Stead paroled pending a hear-| heresy charges. me 
jag in Chicago “in the next few; Voted out of the ministry 
Weeks.” A Reformatory spokes-|were the Rev. George Crist Jr., 
man said it was “understood” |31, former pastor at Dunham, 
friends would meet her at the Wis., and the Rev. Victor K. 
rison gate and take her away | Wrigley, 36, former pastor at 
y¥ auto. 'Brookfield,. Wis. Both earlier 
were found guilty of heresy. | 
é Ruled innocent was the Rev. | 
Parents, Son Held John Gerberding, 33, former 
‘pastor of Menomonee Falls, 
On Lottery Chargés 'Wis., who also was acquitted in, 
z ‘his earlier trial. All had been 
Fairfax police made a fam-| accused of doctrinal deviation. 
ily roundup yesterday which They allegedly denied in their 
resulted in numbers charges tegchings the virgin birth and| 
against a Vienna couple andithe actual occurrence of some| 
their son. Charged with oper-|Biblical miracles, and taught 
ating a lottery in their home at'that Jesus was not resurrected 
Route 3, Vienna, were Charles physically. 
E. Henry, 54, agd his wife, Mr. Crist was the only one 
Katherine, 52. of the three who spoke in his| 
Their son, Charles E. Henry own defense. He told the Synod 
Jr., 30, of 2304 Oswald pl., Falls|he objected to procedures used 
Church, was charged with pos-'in investigating his case and' 
session of lottery slips. All|that his theological point of| 
were released on $1000 bond|view “was not un-Christian or 
each. jun-Lutheran.” 


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away from her while she was 
in West Virginia arranging to 
make a home for the child. Miss 


Hughes said the baby’s father, 
a married Arlington construc-| 
tion worker, gave the child to 
a family in Vienna. | 

Jack Griffith, 33, a Seventh-| 
day Adventist minister, who 
heads a church school in’ 
Vienna, and his wife, Ruth, 32, 
have instituted adoption pro- 
ceedings for tiny Deborah Lee 
Hughes. They have renamed 
her Lani Kay. 

The Griffiths will argue in 
court that they are more suit- 
able parents for the baby and 
that, in fact, she was avandoned 
by the mother. 

Through Attorney Lois Mil- 
ler, Miss Hughes filed a writ of 
habeas corpus in Fairfax Cir- 
cuit Court. A close: custody 


Saturday, January 28, 1956 


. Police in 


A fast moving thief led Fair- 
fax County police a breakneck 
race yesterday on Shitley Highs 
way and finally escaped into 
Alexandria with $161 taken 


from the open safe of a filling 
station. 

Police described the runaway 
as a light-skinned Negro, 5 feet 
‘6 inches tall, weighing 180 
pounds. They said he took the 
money from an Amoco station 
on U. S. Highway 1 near Bacon- 
ville rd.. while the attendant 
BARBARA LEE HUGHES #§$ was in the rear of the station. 

. «+ wants her baby | A police cruiser chased the 
ithief's car south on Route 1 
to Woodridge. The thief then 
reversed his course and fled 
jnorth on Shirley Highway. Ar- 
\lington police threw up a road 
‘block at Shirleyton Circle. The 
'Fairfax cruiser, however, was 


17 Magazines 

Involved in forced off the highway near 

Sales Disouic [saa =e 
a es spu e | Half an hour later, a second 


| police cruiser flushed the thief’s 


NEW YORK, Jay. 27 \®—Faicar from the wood near Edsall 
ing henceforth from newsstands where officers lost sight of him. 


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hearing began yesterday before|in » number of railroad sta- 


Judge Arthur Sinclair with a 
parade of witnesses from West 
Virginia in behalf of Miss 
Hughes. The case will resume 
Feb. 10. ) 


Youth Draws 
Sentence in 


tions, airports and other places. 14 Die 


Beating Death 


of manslaughter in the beating 
death of a movie doorman last 
June was sentenced yesterday 
under the Federal Youth Cor-! 
rections Act. 

District Court Judge James 
R. Kirkland ordered Albert 
Scott of 93 Fenton ct. n.w.., 
turned over to the Justice De- 
partment for imprisonment in 


‘a special institution designed 


to rehabilitate young offenders. 
He must be released on proba- 
tion after four years. | 

Juvenile Court Judge Edith 
H. Cockrill had waived juris- 
diction over Scott and two other 
defendants in the case to Dis- 
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The S-M News Co, announced | NARA 
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no longer will be sold on 850 
Union News Co. stands because 


, dan. 27 #®—Fourteen 
Japanese burned to death and 
four were injured today in a 


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of a disagreement over commis ment buildin g and three 


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By Ronald Farquhar fer ADN announced in Ber-| cially in the United States,| The states represented are ranks of the defenders of Antonov as secretary-general 
(Reuters : ‘lin that East Germany had there again clear trends to Russia, Albania, Bulgaria, Hun- | peace.” e of the alliance was announceg 
PRAGU E, Jan. 27-Crech asked that ee chia be citrus ate peaceful develop-|gary, Poland, Romania, Czech-| Polish Premier Joseph Cyran- today in Prague. “ 

Defense Minister Gen. Alexej/™ 4 yr <' God ment, and contrary to the will! oslovakia and East Germany.|kiewicz condemned Western) In this capacity, he is 
Cepicka told leaders of the aty command, Associated. the people, attempts are h t- declarations about “liberating” : 
Warsaw Pact Communist na-\Press reported.] | Communist China is represent- & Eastern counterpart of Britain's 

. \being made to renew the ‘cold the countries of East Europe. 
tions here today that “a cer. Gen. Cepicka, in his welcome! war’ ” ed by observers. |!” Bulgarian, Hungarian and Ro- Lord Ismay, secretary-general 
tain relaxation” of tension has|speech, said: “A certain relaxa-| 1» view of this. he declared,| East Germany's Premier, manian leaders also spoke. of the North Atlantic Treaty 
been observed lately. ition of international tension the situation must be reexam- Walter Ulbright, condemned | The meeting, which was ad. Organization (NATO). 
The political and military can lately be observed, mainly|ined and joint measures con-/ NATO’s decision to speed the journed until Saturday morn-| Antonov is a professional sol- 
\deaders of the Communist,owing to the tremendous peace sidered. /building of the new West Ger-|ing, is expected to last three dier. He was made a general 
NATO,” from Russia and seven/initiative of the Soviet Union.”| Albanian Prime Minister man army. Attacking the “res-|days. in 1943. During the Soviet of 
other East European states, met) But he added, “The forces of; Mehmut Shehu took the chair urrection of the old German| . fensives in the later stages of 
‘in an initial 2%-hour session|war, however, have not given today. The delegates sat on red General Staff,” he said some of Ismay s Counter part World War II he was chief ef 
in the 17th century palace|up their aims. plush chairs around a table. |its members were responsible I , » |staff of the 3d White Russien 
_jhére that. houses the Czech) “Many important questions! Each had earphones and micro- for war crimes. Is Soviet General army. Since the war” he has 
Foreign Ministery. still remain unsettled, and in|/phones for the simultaneous-| He said the new EastGerman| BERLIN, Jan. 27 (—Ap- been a member of the Soviet 
(The East’ ‘German News'some Western countries, espe-|translation system. \army would stand “in the front'pointment of Soviet Gen. A. I. general staff. 


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Trying to Form French Cabinet 


Former French Premier Pierre Mendes-France (left) and 
Premier-designate Guy Mollet are trying to form a cabinet 
which Mollet will submit for National Assembly approval 
next week. Mendes-France is leadep of the Moderate 
Radicals and Mollet heads tie Socialist Party. 


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LONDON, Jan. 27—Britain| Just before his accession last 
is considering ‘amming anti-/March 14, the King — then) 
British broadcasts from Athens Crown Prince and Regent—dis- 
Radio to Cyprus, diplomatic| missed the Cabinet headed by 
sources said today. M. P. Koirala and introduced 

A decision on jamming is personal rule ‘for the time 
likely to be left to Governor Sir being. 

John Harding. The 35-year-old monarch said 

British officials charge that |'™ 4 broadcast that Tanka Pra- 


bitter propaganda from Athens $44, Minicter for Home Affairs 
Radio has largely been respon- Under Koirala, will be Chief 
sible for inciting violence on Minister of @ new seven-man 
Cyprus and that Britain has re-/C@>inet 
ceived no satisfaction from the|_ Three ministers belong to 
Greek Government. It would be |Prasad’s Praja Parishad Party 
the first time Britain has re-/@9d four are independenjs 
sorted to such action. Prasad is reported inclined to- 
The Times of London de-|W@rd the left. 
clared, “Few steps which Brit-,| [United Press quoted Prasad 
ain has taken since the war|#5 Saying he would implement 
could do her greater damage land reforms and prepare for a 
for smaller gain.” general election in April. | 
The Foreign Office declined . ; ; 
to say if the jamming was under Tunis Extremists Slain 
consideration. TUNIS, Jan. 27 #—Extrem- 
(In Nicosia, meantime, Hard- | jst nationalists, who want Tunis 
ing and Archbishop Makarios, \to sever all ties with France 
leader of the union-with-Greece | jmmediately, last night attacked 
movement, resumed talks to and seriously injured Hédi Bab- 
settle the island's future after\poy treasurer of the local Noe- 
a day of ee ee en Destour Party at Djemmal, a 
cemian 3" < ik aoe gon ve ne city in eastern Tunisia. A crowd 
Stracvors, one © ‘|! quickly came to Babbou's aid 
breaks in the capital. Troops ry in the ensuing fight, two of 
used clubs and tear gas against +), extremists were killed. 
student rioting for the third | The Neo-Destour Party, led 
consecutive day.) by Habib Bourguiba, has dom- 
: , . . inated the Tunisian govern- 
Finnish Cabinet Resigns ment since France granted the 
HELSINKI, Jan. 27 ‘#—Fin- protectorate internal self-gov- 
nish Premier Urho Kekkonen’s | ernment*last year. 
coalition cabinet turned in its| ‘Reuters reported that sabo- 
resignation today. But Presi-| teurs derailed a train yester- 
dent Juho . \|day. A passenger was injured. 
Paasikivi is ex- i | [United Press quoted French 
pected to ask ‘officers as saying that 42 per- 
Kekkonen to ‘sons were killed yesterday in 
remain in of- ‘clashes with Algerian rebels.) 


oe nt ee Thai-Japan Talks Fail 


month's presi- 
Gentisl elec TOKYO, Jan 27 (INS)—Thai 
a oy a 3 ‘Foreign Ministeg Prince Wan 
ne ‘ are 'Waithayakon left Tokyo today 
oh de ‘ tn ; after breaking off unsuccessful 
aft nn on a | negotiations, for repayments of 
Se: he” Meee loans Thailand made to Japan 

r fi Cc b during World War Il. Japanese 
mier flew to Copenhagen to negotiators were reported to 
represent Finland at the cur-|) 0. insicted that any funds to| 
rent session of the five-nation be given to Thailand be consid-' 
Nordic Cour.cil. ered investments or loans. 

The resignation of the So- 
cialist-Agrarian coalition came yoborastra Leaders Held 


after the Socialists withdrew 
their seven Cabinet members BOMBAY, India, Jan. 27 # 


in protest against an increase Seven leaders of the “Bombay 
in milk prices by the Union of for Maharastr;* movement 
Agrarian Producers. The Gov-' were arrested wday, presum- 
ernment formerly had special ably on charges of helping in- 
powers to prevent price in-|cite last week's anti-Govern- 
creases, but Parliament failed | ment riots. 
to extend this authorization’ The group contends that 
beyond Jan. 1 Bombay should be included in 

Kekkonen won the largest the state of Maharastra in the 
number of electors in the first|Government’s realignment of 
round of Presidential ballot-| state boundaries on a linguistic 
ing early this month but didibasis. Police said those ar- 
not get a majority. The 300\rested included two Commu- 
electors will meet Feb. 15 and' nists and a weekly newspaper 
begin voting to pick a. suc-' editor. | 
cessor- to Paasicivi, 85, who 
winds up his second term|Eeuador Aide Has Attack | 
ved. 2. | LIMA, Peru, Jan, 27 #—For- 

: : ieign Minister Rafael Arizaga | 
Nepal Cabinet Restored | Vega of Ecuador, en route to 

KATMANDU, Nepal, Jan. 27 | attend the inauguration of Pres-| 
w—King Mahendra today an-|ident-elect Juscelino Kubitschek’ 
nounced resumption of govern-|of Brazil, suffered a heart at-| 
ment through a cabinet in| tack here today and is under | 
Nepal, the independent king-| observation. His trip was can- 
dom between Tibet and India. | celed. 

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French Warn Britain, 
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PARIS, Jan. 27 #—France 
hds sent notes to the United 
States and Great Britain urg- 
ing them to go slow on extend. 
ing the Baghdad Pact, a French 
Foreign Ministry spokesman 
sald today. 


The messages were delivered) 
off the eve of Prime Minister) 
Sir Anthony Eden’s talks with) 
President Eisenhower in Wash-| 
ington. 

y drew particular atten- 
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Egypt-lraq 


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CAIRO, Jan: 27 —Egyptian 
Premiér Gamel Abdel Nasser 
anngunced tonight that Egypt 
would call an immediate meet- 
ing Df the Arab League to con- 
sider “Iraqi government ac- 
cusations” against Egypt. 
Nasser said the “accusations” 
were meant.to provoke Egypt 
into severing diplomatic ties 
wit Iraq. 
“But Egypt will never for- 


Middle East 


sake the Iraqi people, whatever 
their government's action,” he 
declared. 

Nasser said Mohamed Aly 
Is@, an Egyptian messenger 
aabched to the embassy in| 
~~ was “the only victim | 
thgt imperialism was able to 
d@ain in the big prison of the 
Baghdad Pact, which it meant 
“a. Arabs.” | 

a was one of three charged! 
in®a Baghdad court yesterday) 
with planning to blow up en-' 
batsies of the Baghdad Pact 

ers. 

Associated Press meantime 
sald the Cairo paper Al Gum- 
hurriya quoted Chinese Pre- 
mier Chou En-lai today as telli- 
ing’an Egyptian newsman that 
thee United States is using 
Isfael as an instrument “to ef- 
pand her imperialist influence 
ingthe Middle East.” 

China had always supported 
Arabs and had “condemned 
th® crime of driving Arabs out 
ofs Palestine, their homeland,” 
Cou was reported as saying. 
He called Egypt “the pioneer| 
ofthe continent of Africa.” ] 


¢22 Million 
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SINITED NATIONS, N. Y., 
Ja. 27 (P—The U. N. today 
p@blished a survey reporting 
ti@t 10 Western nations have 
shipped $22 million worth of 
arms to Israel and her Arab 
enemies since 1951. 

The survey, published in the 
Us N. periodical “Commodity 
Tfhade Statistics,” said Israe! 
gat $8,986,000 of the arms and 
the five Arab states of Egypt, 
Iraq, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia 
i Syria got $13,029,000 worth. 

he figures did not include 
(ijiwaireraft shipments, (2) 
Britain's $23 million annual 
suPsidy to Jordan’s Arab Le- 
gien, or (3) any arms from 

nee. 

he survey, ending with mid- 
195, also made no mention of 
Cemmunist Czechoslovakia’s 
ageement to sell Egypt $80 
“oR worth of arms. 

t said the nations had re- 

ed only “ordnance” ship- 

nts—“firearms of war, tanks, 

-propelled guns, revolvers, 
pistols, projectiles and ammu- 
nftion. 

|. S. shipments to Israel and 
the five Arab nations were re- 
ported at only $359,000 for the 
Mh feed period—$13,000 to Is- 
raél, $249,000 to Lebanon, $86,- 

to Iraq, $11,000 to Saudi 
Afabia and nothing to. Egypt 
ag oem 

ritain said she sent $1,750,- 

worth to Israel and $6,313,- 

to the Arabs $3,451,000 to 
Ir$q, $1,406,000 to Egypt, $730,- 

to Syria, $726,000 to Leba- 
nd and nothing to Saudi 
Amba. 

Bhe balance covered in the 
report came from eight other 
atone: Belgium, Canada, Den- 
Iai, Finland, West Germany, 
1 
T 


t 


' 


ly, Luxembourg and Sweden. 

ey reported $7,223,000 worth 
of arms exported to Israel and 

70,000 to the five Arab 
slates. 

Six other nations, none of 
them Communist, made reports 
on their arms shipments to the 

die East. Of three Austra- 
Vi France and the nether- 
tabds did not break them 
déwn between Israel and 
Agab. Austria, Norway and Port- 
u@al said they had shipped no 
on nance to the area. 


‘Twnsend’s Duty Tour 


Ig Belgium Extended 


LONDON, Jan. 27 W—RAF 
Géoup Capt. Peter Townsend) 
hds asked for and received an 
efiension of his:2‘%s-year tour 
of duty in Belgium. The Air) 
Ministry announced Townsend's 


tour as air attache in the Em- 
bassy is being extended about 


was believed to 

an extended breather 
publicity and curiosity 

whith would be intense in Brit- 
ains He was followed every- 
fall his 


last during 
's visit to England which 
a climax when Princess 
aret decided not to marry 


tween the Arab countries, the 


tension between Israel and her tory of the 195Q Tripartite Pact, 
Arab neighbors, and recent So- favors “soundly studied and 


viet initiatives in the region. 


The French fear these develop-'Washington and London 


ments might have grave conse- 
quences in French-controlled 
North Africa. 

The threat to the West in the 
is less military 
than political and economic, in 
the French view. They think 
extension of the Baghdad de- 
fense system should be avoid- 
ed because of the hostile reac- 
tion it is arousing in Arab coun- 
tries. The alliance links Pakis- 


tan, Turkey, Iran, Iraq and Bri-| 


tain. 
Here is French policy as 
summed up in the notes: 


a effort should be made 
to hold Egypt from sliding fur- will 
ther into the anti-Western 


camp. 

An economic aid program 
should be established for the 
Middle East—but not within 


| Finally, France as a co-signa- 


closely concerted” action with 
to 
counter Soviet moves in the 
Middle East. 


British Resent Airing 
Of Note by France 


Reuters 


| LONDON, Jan. 27—Publica- 
tion by France of its memoran- 
dum criticizing the five-nation 
‘Baghdad pact angered official 
‘quarters here tonight. | 
The Foreign Office, reacting | 
vigorously, defended the alli-| 
ance and denied the implication 
that Britain is pressing other 
countries to join it against their 


Associated Press 
Queen Elizabeth and Duke of Edinburgh leave for Nigeria 


Soviet Economists Arrive in Kabul 
NEW DELHI, Jan. 27 (®»—The_ party leader Nikita Khrushchev 


Afghan Embassy announced to- during their South Asian tour.) 


| day that a Soviet economic dele- 


Air-Naval Exercise Due | 
SINGAPORE. Jan. 27 —Air-| 


gation has arrived in Kabul to Guatemala Officer Held 
discuss details of a $100 million; GUATEMALA. Jan’ 27 # 


the framework of the Baghdad craft and naval ships from th@/credit Moscow has agreed to A spokesman at the President's 
| United States, Britain and New igive Afghanistan for economic Office confirmed today that 


Pact. 


_ The French would be happy|Zealand will take part in a/development. 
to join in any attempt. to end|month-long combined 


the dangerous situation 
tween 
states so as to establish a dur- 


able peace. 


ee - eee 


air-sea | 


ing early March, 
‘source said today. 


Col. Ernesto Niederheitmann, 


) ' (In Moscow the Soviet gov-' former Guatemalan Army Chief 
be-|exercise ranging over the In-|ernment reported it is giving/| of Staff, has been arrested as an 
Israel and the Arab'dian Ocean and China Sea dur-|15 Zis buses to Kabul in fulfill-|accomplice in an alleged plot 
reliable ment of a promise 

‘Premier Nikolai Bulganin and was discovered last December. 


made by against the Government which 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
5 


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Saturday, January 28, 1956 


Nigerians 
To Welcome 


Elizabeth 


LAGOS, Nigeria, Jan. 27 (# 
Thousands of barefooted Nige- 
rians trudged miles from the 
bush country today to welcome 
Queen Elizabeth, arriving Sat- 
urday for a 20-day ceremonial 
visit. 

A million persons, including 
Lagos’ 300,000, are expected to 
be on hand to cheer the first 
British sovereign to visit this 
colony. 

The Queen and the Duke of 
Edinburgh will travel - 2500 
miles by train and plane tour- 
ing Nigeria, a country the size 
of Spain with 32 million people. 

They left London late today. 
Prince Charles and Princess 
Anne went aboard the four-| 
engine plane to kiss their 
parents goodbye. Then Queen 
Mother Elizabeth and Princess’ 
Margaret led the _ children 
down to watch the takeoff. 

The plane is the same one 
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FCC Aides 


* | 
: 
. 
ancl Saitel To the Spanish Bulls TONIGHT at 8:30 
. ane 1e y 
rove Denia | | M | POPS CONCERT 
7 NEW YORK, Jan. 27~—A| likes to pretend he doesn’t go 
° beautiful brunette matador,|out with girls—is back dating 
‘ Ca t who fought bulls in Mexican| Justine Parker. Sife’s the mode! “ 
f Lamb | Vy arenas, would give it all up to he favored during his last visit 7 
become Mrs. to Manhattan and its glitter AND . pe 
RB ichard L. Coe0 G. David jplaces . . . Not every line. in | 
Associaied Press | y R Schine. She's | “Fallen Angels” is Noel Cow- r 
Attorneys for the Federal HEN THE ADVANCE poop on the Capitol’s “The Bottom rye Ah comb Cds gs * tyne gs nd haa : 
Communications Commission of the Bottle” introduced the term “Ranch Society,” the) : “hag |» cpmnaggg, Tie sa fae FO gaye < 
(FCC | ) American girl i\Jean Dalrymple, saw it in = 
} reasserted Thursday sleeping anthropologist in me quivered. who's been ‘Washington and contributed CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY CHOIR “" 
pt —— that Edward! What, my penetrating mind exclaimed, a New Group! I! dating the ‘the third act curtain howl to John Paul, Director 3s 
amd, MNO eS couldn't wait to know its mores, initiation rites, cabalas and handsome nae Broadway's newest comedy hit TICKETS: $1.20, 1 ~ 
ee “4 ‘codes. Enougli of this: Let’s get at it. hotel heir for ce .. . Hollywood predicts a very} oe — _— Prank =" —. pes | 
mp tg 0 | As presented in this adaption of one of Georges Simenon’s weeks, and al: as small wedding when Joan WED., FEB. 1 AT 8:30 ms | 
caster, “was | sp oman | though pr es- ial te Benny and Buddy Rudolph " ° ° a 
connected with hundreds of novels (and the movie, as a movie, by the way, ent plans call agice Kijeailen (Marty in March. Dad and Mom in 
~~ 3 associates is sheer shambles), “Ranch Society” exists along the California- lfor her to go SS gave their all on the original 4 
wi ommu- © : | : | sual i | . 1 
; Mexico border. Our hero is the least of his group, being merely , to Spain to pursue her usual| production, which was spectac a 
pare ta ol legal adviser to a superior, but his holdings, he states, consist | Fate's Passenger aa’ i ae ap oe if | ular even for Flickerville. | a : 
In a brief p> | of 30,000 acres. Though he obliquely refers to cattle and horses,’ Sheila Sim is involved in the Maki, Gatien te wievted oft; AW, GEE department: Ed- SESTEOVEN: Concerto #1 “ 
filed with the > |most of what we see on the 30,000 acres is cacti, supplemented ynusual airplane flight dra- the yvonne em cent te anne ward Lasker's telegrams to are STRAVINSKY: Firebird Suite 
ae - Se by hundreds of the latest automobiles, all with white-walled| matized from life on the 4:6 on his stomach, Says he’s S¥eSts ot age to -, eater ee A ae a one oe 
e staff attor- lee , 4 alts ‘wan ‘ : a : , , ; » a | ; 
neys argued Lamb tires and one horse-trailer, also with white-walled tires, so un-| MacArthur's screen as “The oo busy filming shows to go Ml: my rey £8 oy aohed Kitt’s, 1330 G St. N.W. National Symphony Ber Office NAtions! 8-1222 


marred as to make the stranger assume that in Ranch Society Night My Number Came Up,” 


ep Dorothy Kilgallen 


Prefers Dave Schine 


to the hospital .. . Judy John- 


ing lullabys’ this summer. 


NATIONAL SYMPHONY 
HOWARD MITCHELL MUSIC DIRECTOR 
CONSTITUTION HALL 


| 


Li 


with the glasses in her current 


that Lamb was untruthful in , ON se" (W ki = — — 
denying such allegations dur-| horses don’t often use their trailers. with Michael Redgrave as son, the singer on the Robert etna aaa o pe odenagy ofa ONTARIO , 
ing a long FCC hearing and! The locale seems to be a valley that also is an island, a| the star. Q. Lewis show, will be croon-| Polly Bergen’s disarming bit sae ornentT K.B Theatres 

Sar 


therefore should be barred 
from operating his television 
station WICU at Erie, Pa 

The staff brief asked the 
Commission to reverse the rec- 


nice geographical point into which we will not further digress. | 
\Because the river overflows and shuts in the valley-islanders, 
we have our plot. > e 

It concerns 


Louella Parsons: 


the lawyers 


A major airline has issued 


a directive to its stewardesses: 
No more short Italian haircuts. 
Probably wants to make sure 


Plaza show has had a notice- 
able effect on feminine ring- 
siders. Invariably, after Polly 
puts on her giant cheaters, one 


“9 
+ 
ts 


| ith “ * h 
ommendation of Examiner Her- brother, wha has escaped from with “How Dry I Am . at eac - ou can tell the girls from the e . 
bert Sharfman. whe absolved jail (in a drunken, psychological|push of the button. From the) Oris av pilots. . od gt cu geo a gg FRANK SINATRA - 
Lamb of subversive Commu- stupor five years before he had labels, I judge Bourbon is king. - . tts ng btiat "6 ox . te PARICER, . 
nist conhections after hearing killed a man). We learn that; At these nightly gatherings, | H ] Li PRINCE Christian of Han- vate & gtrg Baa, hes, ELEANOR. 7 : 
months of testimony. members of “Ranch Society” do|males and females soon split,’ eads List over—the attractive chap WhO... i esses is so full of a variety KIM Novak 


The Commission, which must 
affirm or reverse Sharfman’s 
findings, is studying the case. 

“Former Attorney General J. 


a ritual also noted in New Eng- 
land of the Puritan-period. The 
males play cards, the females 
lurk at another table gossiping 
and every so often form a pa 


not admit to having families. 
The shame of having relatives, 
especially from lowa, causes the | 
lawyer to deny his brother is 


For ‘Pajama 
wis paca 


| 


anyone who has a chance of, 
winning the Oscar. 


Hal Wallis 


Th 3 
with 


are 


‘of neuroses her friends 
worried about her health. 


SS —_ 


Howard McGrath, chief Lamb , I v 
counsel, characterized the FCC "48 brother. ak oh 9 rade to some distant boudoir, wWOLLYWOOD, Jan. 27 (INS) ogg ee — oy ang 04 pct pig fn ag " TheJ Arthur Rank Organnzetign resents 
attorneys’ brief as “dirty plead-| Ranch Society lives in MIX aiso, naturally, up a couple of Through the grapevine I heard 2*_ A™4, Magnani, who & a OCA c MICHAEL REDGRAVE ; 
ing.” urious homes, generally Sel split-level steps. \it whispered that it looks good . eee cnanee “ eee a) ON PAGE 40 | , ahd IGHT " 
“They assume for their pur-|V@mtless, a hardship eased by} The more interesting mem- for Doris Day to star in “Pa- the prize for “Rose Tattoo,” is & “A THRILE HE NIG | 
pose,” he said in a statement, | the latest in kitchen equipment, | ners of “Ranch Society,” Direc- jama Game.” indifferent to Hollywood's — 3 MY NUMBER °* \ 
“the truth of every allegation|though I regretted the cult has\tor Henry Hathaway's cameras|Pr odu c er Pentest terete. NATIONA Spee eee. Ss _— > - aa 
against Lamb but disregard the ®0t yet been sold on wall ovens | suggest, strongly resemble Van George Abbott Such is not the case. I was Five Deys Oniyt ote -_> si 
findings of fatt by the man who|#nd deep freezes. The homes, | Johnson, Joseph Cotten, Ruth) has talked to the first to acclaim Anna for OO a Fe ee top Rete Coens GP ui 
heard the testimony _ To Stone-constructed, are the zenith) Roman, Jack Carson, Margaret her When her great performance in “The entre fate Teave . Grower!” ~ icurnsiAmerces * “t 
carry this matter further is a Of th split-level revolution. In| tHaves and Bruce Bennett, types Doris parted Rose Tatto,” after I saw her’ S$ HUROK as 
travesty on the administrative Other words, there are scads Of wei) known to anthropologists company from at a sneak preview. presents " 
process...” little four or five-foot levels who've studied the Hollywood the Brothers She is now in Switzerland aw 
TheFCC staff brief contended in each living room, although, | s-ene. Warner after with her 9-year-old son who THE AZUMA nt 
that Sharfman’s finding is “se- Strictly speaking, the homes are; = Aithough the words, supplied a number of is dangerously ill with polio. 4 sé 
riously in error both in a lega];om one general level. by Sydney Boehm, are in Eng- years she said Magnani is devoted to her é 4 
sense and in ‘erms of the con-' Although it’s the custom [0 jis) | was unable to learn! she expected . | boy, and his illness, Hal says, | A] | ad 
clusions drawn by the examiner | keep fire burning on the hearth, ' anything concerning the mo-|\tgo “come back is the one thing that kept her “REST MOVIE A A 
from the evidence.” the heart of the living room is tivations of Ranch Society. home” some Miss Parsons from flying to New York to : . : 
“The record establishes,” it the bar. These, surrounded by| why anyone was saying any day and make a picture. The #cept the Film Critics Award, | USICIANSG 7? 
declared, “that Lamb was con-| those —— ve age Pe ate | particular thing to anyone else |friendliest feeling exists be-/2%d on to Hollywood to ety: Box Office Open 10 A.M. te 9:30 PM. OF THE YEAR * 


nected with and associated with vast wholly eluded me, amateur an-\tween her and Jack Warner, |¢r fate at Oscar voting time. | 


Communists and Communist-/enough glassware and liquids|thronologist that.I be. I much 


—NATIONAL BOARD OF REVIEW ERNEST BORGNINE.. 


(Covrriaht 1956. by | 


BIG ADVANCE: Catholic Tavion ir 


front organizations during the|to serve a jammed gathering in regret this incompleteness of a) I'M GLAD C. B. De Mille Tare Subtle Perce 8 | | | : 

period 1934 through 1947.” the Sheraton-Park’s new Shera- potentially definitive report on was honored while he is still| gs” TT 9th ot F N.W. MARTIN - Ss. | wrrrererrrr ¢ 
In denying such connections,|ton Hall. ‘our new Ranch Society. alive and can appreciate the LI LE oo | 

the brief said, Lamb “was clear-| pournen for Bacchus affectionate esteem and admi- | LAST 4 

ly guilty of deliberate misrepre- which he is held by » FONTAINE - ee LANCASTER DAYS @rfor 


e the. Cheatre 


sentation.” Round these monuments to 1; ,; ' « " ll industr | 

) er sit Ham! has all industry members. ViSTAY ISIOW 
Lamb, a Toledo (Ohio) law- Bacchus clusters Ranch Society. | ., 60d the soaeeh “yo Y. Frank Freeman, head of ! 
yer and businessman, publishes The nightly rite is to quaff, department’s greatest phone- the producers group and of PLAYHO! ANS - fe 
the Erie Dispatch and operates quaff, quaff. Nor is humor ringing in years... Under Paramount, did considerable HOU st son 8 oS oe SSS ff = 
radio and television stations in deemed irrelevant: the door) j,... np Waring’s direction, research on all of De Mille’s| Wed: “Ail THAT HEA St aig 
Pennsylvania, Ohio and Florida.\chime in one home strikes up |), play will hold the Michigan |Pictures, and he came up with) Johnny TOOL (530) esa aa 
—_——_— —- ~~ -- —- ——-~ = — |ave. stage the next two weeks, 50me astronomical! figures. CURTIS WINTERS su DURYEA = eS. 

|mightly except Sundays ...| FAR BE IT from me to hurt = ———e sy oor BERT Poreton Oe, ai 

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ORIGINAL 
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| “HEROD” FINALE: The pro- 
|duction of “Herod the Great,” 
David Demarest Lloyd's Bibli- 
ical drama as’ performed by, 
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Krasner Ensemble Notes 


Mozart’s 200th Birthday 


By John Haskins 


Mozart's birthday was cele-jrepeated notes in the bass that 
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gress last night in a most ap-| haud work left its hearers noth- 
propriate way, with a concert/ing more than an admiration of 
by the Krasner Chamber Mu-'technique to carry home with 
sic Ensemble. 'them. Yet it was wonderful, in 


The program avoided the **5 Way. 


obvious by. including only one| ‘!t Was @ fine birthday party 
Mozart work on a list that. 4t the Library of Congress, and 


dealt in old and new things, ‘here were presents for every- 
and that singular quotation was|9P¢ somewhere in the program. 
a birthday cake without For this reviewer, the Mozart 
candles. It was the climax of 5¢**et suited him perfectly. 

the evening, however, an ar 
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Experts Doubt 


Matsu Invasion 


By John G. Norris 
| Staff Reporter 


Military men here discount 
reports that the Chinese Com- 
munists are massing forces for 
an invasion of one the Matsu 
Islands. 
| A renewal of heavy artillery 
duels between Chinese Nation- 
‘alists enwrenched along their 
‘offshore island perimeter and 
Red mainiand and island bat-| 
teries focussed attention on the’! 
Far East trouble spot. But Pen-| 
itagon officials doubted that a 
‘Communist invasion move was 
| imminent. 

__ News dispatches from Taipeh, 

Formosa, yesterday reported 

{that Red artillery on Amoy and | 

Mozart Stamp Tateng Island fired 785 shells | 

at Quemoy Island, and that) 

Austria is honoring the 200th |Kaoteng, northernmost of the | 

anniversary of Wolfgang Mo- |Matsu group, was shelled for | 

sart’s birthday with this spe- ithe second successive day. ' 
cial stamp. It features an un- |Red Guns Silenced 


finished portrait by the com- | The Associated Press quoted | 
poser’s brother-in-law, Josef (the Nationalist Defense Min- 
Lange. ‘istry as saying that their 
om Perens ew yr ge ws god 
returned the Red fire. It was 
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ried unconfirmed reports that|®"!y five miles off the China| 
it called not onlv for a nonag-CO@St. It said that mainiand | 
ression pact between the batteries fired 36 shells and 
Tinited Siates and the Soviet Nationalist artillery silenced 
Union but also for some sort of Be Red guns. Two heavier) 
buffer belt of neutral nations|¢**amges were reported the 
between East and West in Eu-|94Y Previous ee 
rope. This could be along the| At that time, Central News| 
lines of earlier Eden proposals | Peported that Red landing 
which have been rejected in|5!Ps, gunboats and other na-| 

val craft were massing in' 


Washington . 

It was learned that the Bul-|\Lyuan Bay near Kaoteng.| 
ganin letter made only the|,, "other action yesterday, | 
vaguest references to the Far|‘he Nationalists said two war- 
Fast. ships \sank one of a flotilla 

, of Red gunboats west of 
New Ike Plea Hinted ‘Wuchiu, a Nationalist island 


The Associated Press re-|about halfway between the 
ported that , diplomats were’ Matsus and Quemoy about 25 
speculating the President might miles from the mainland. The 
reply with a new appeal for So-| Associated Press also reported 
viet cooperation in working out an air raid alarm on Matsu, but 
a disarmament program. ino action followed. | 

The American request to the 
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is released. If Moscow does not mounted there, could make re- 
make it public, the Bulganin/| supply of the two major islands 
Jetter may not be released here|of the Matsu group—Pei-Kan- 
until after the President and| Tang and Matsu itself—diffi- 
Eden have discussed it cult if not impossible. ) 
There were no indications Seizure of Kaoteng would’ 
that Washington would agree have great political effeét, both 
to a simple non-aggression pact'on the 10 million Chinese out-| 
on a bilateral basis with Mos-| side Red China who are still on 
cow. Both the President andthe fence, and other Asiatic! 
Secretary of State John Foster | powers, But while military meh| 
Dulles are known to put no con- | confess they can’t read the Ori- 
fidence in such agreements un- | ental mind, they doubt for sev- 
Jess they are self-inforcing eral reasons that an invasion is 
through some sort of inspection | imminent. 
and control machinery. One is the absence of any 
Official quarters in London buildup of invasion craft, de- 
took the position, according to spite the Chinese report. (Such 
Reuters, that American agree- reports, apparently aimed at 
ment to such a pact. would keeping the troublespot in 
eause great misunderstanding world news, have proven un- 
throughout the world and reliable before.) Another, is a 
create a false sense of security conviction the Reds aren't yet 
in the free world. ‘ready for an assault on the 
George Hasn't Seen It ware nant, 

; | Most military men also doubt 
cea te eal ee that Red China wants to risk 
George (D-Ga.) said he had not|* ** with the United States. 
geen the letter nor been told of —s | 
fits contents. White House ) 
Press Secretary James C. Hag-| Chinese strategy has been to 
erty declined comment other| make military moves timed to 
than to say he did not believe disrupt Western diplomatic 
a@ccurate one report that the| moves. The big Vieiminh push 
President and Buiganin had ex-|in Indochina came just before 
¢hanged correspondence in ad-' the Genva conference on Indo- 
dition. to letters the White|china, Quemoy was heavily 
House has announced in past| shelled and an invasion threat- 
months. ened at the time the Manila 

Those officials studying the Conference was setting up the 
Chinese Communist moves/South East Asia. Defense Or- 
poirited out that Peiping propa- ganization and Yikiang island, 
ganda has been stressing these north of the Tachens, was 
claims: That the United States| Stormed and captured when the 

ibe T |American-Nationalist Chinese 

is dragging its feet at the Sino- ' | 
: , . wn mutual defense treaty was up 
American talks at Geneva; that! fore the Senate fer ratifes-| 
the United States is insisting tion | 
that Red China be denied its The ominous deduction could 
“rights” in the Formosa are@;'n. that the Reds would attack’ 
that only a meeting between) one of the off-shore islands at 
Qulles and Communist Premier|the time of the Eisenhower-| 
and Foreign Minister Chou En-! rade meeting but no officials 
lai can reduce tension. Coupled | went so far as to predict that’ 
with these themes has been 4 yesterday. They noted, how- 
new barrage of appeals to Na-\ever, that Yikiang was cap- 
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off-shore islands not to fight! that at this season the weather 
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In °55 U.S. Military Aid 


BELGRADE, Jan. 27—A Yu-|Gamel Abdel Nasser had agreeq 
goslavy Government spokesman |in Cairo last month that arms) 
ounced today that the|from Communist Czechoslo- 
United States “considerably re-|vakia could pass through Yugo- 
diiced” military aid to his coun: |slavia to Egypt, Draskovic said 
during 1955. this was not true. But he de- 
“Branko Draskovic, Govern-'clined to deny reports that 
ment press chief, told reporters ‘Czech arms have passe d | 
flere, however, that a consider- ‘through the Fiume en route to) 
able amount of United States Egypt. | | 
military aid still is scheduled Asked if 300 Egyptian officers | 


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fo Yugoslavia began after it million was being flown today athe Rika ee i 3 
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or States and Yugoslavia|of rough diamonds ever made) J Sources Meese tine cw —. 
over an American de-|to an individual firm—was com- [ ~Y,  weemens : PARK-SHOP 
tTand to inspect conce pied by the Diamond Trading, | =**#"srew ™s NN AVE. NS 


U. &. imspection of delivered|Co, and Harry Winston, ‘ Inc., 
arms. gh yy, oo ely reported | of New York. , Iactaed Ke a 426- 
settled r, carat desc as most P 
Asked whether President Jo-| magnificent ever found in South ee ae oe 7th AND D STS. 
sip Tito anid Egyptian Premier| Africa. - ——- i | ' | 


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one VASEENOTOR paid = TIMES HERALD sien aby: : — Speed. Sought on Tr ansit Bill : 


FUND-—From Page I 7 fae : ny authority in Chicago bargained or creed The Commissioner# 
i employes. He called the wording is not clear enough, he 
ainilen of such workers’ guar-|said, noting that this kind of 


has a ial he ah ‘i ' . i a 7 
ae ana gl q Mari Hu A Vn j ht aa | in Congress. the Commissioners “fair employment” was won at 
25 Leaders Act fm aN Be i 1 a, cg hr  aRi i | glaring ® ‘CTC after “trouble 
| , ARCTIC § mee in a a ICA Ya ie ne dl Hse ig ‘The Commissioners’ measure| City officials left the impres- In the Senate, Matthew Me 
' | ; if mts i ' } iy t ode it Distt rt ae’ H a 


‘faced sharp criticism from the sion with union representatives Neely (D-W. Va.), District Com 
CTC transit union, too. ‘two weeks ago that they would | Mittee chairman, failed to in- 
Union members will press for favor collective bargaining and troduce the Authority me 


S o ha a, dee hadith M fin 18) nO | st att A she) ni it Hi. ih ae ae an 
| A Be AMER A TS Poe ig) sn ie eK ert ne Da | 3 He took it with him to W 
Y Mma ee i Data eee | ae "a EUROPE Hr UmURN ih 1 den ae collective bargaining and arbi-| arbitration, Oliver said. Since 
To Unite Dri es | were “yO aM I : ae Ds at! TG ABR Mae | ae RT) | ‘tration and for transfer of all'then, Commissioners have re-| Virginia to study over the week 
= 4808 geeR sf . ae ee =| \CTC workers eI ae nay fused to let the union see and, aides said. 
E. L. Oliver of the Midwest draft of the bill until it arrived! . 


| 
chapter have threatened to quit | | munity Chest agencies ne 13 ‘Sf; ‘Labor Bureau said. ‘This Bu-'on the Hill. 
if the policy remains firm. ‘reau gives the local and other) Oliver said the union wanted 2 East Germans Get 


‘other appeals. ‘ | A | . 
Other national appeals aiso The prime mover of the UGF . | ‘ , | | pocdenrgy technical and’ Senihcley tak he lo ee ee Death as Labor ‘Spies’ 


have reservations about united|is E. K. Morris, who was gen-| | * Y , RE ee . | Oliver said the public transit done regardless of race, color; perrin, Jan. 27 #—East 

giving. For example, localieral chairman of last fall's! | «| ) . / Aid" eta | | dermens's Supreme Court to 

American Cancer Society|community Chest campaign’ |” * | AUSTRALIA \ | | day sentenced to death twa@ 
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spokesmen stated their national| which went over the top for | | 
| ; ih. ) GC Fk Germans accused of encourag- 
ser 4 is Pan tie on cone the first time in 11 years, He ! es ee Fe Cat as on aa aN Nt ” iia i. RRR Engle Attacks ermans in ing skilled labor to flee to West 
neath any new umbrellas.| ied the incorporation csi & 1 Al a a | Fi jal Sh A ath | We i | |Germany. A third defendant 
What they would go for is @/ yesterday. Other incorperators| Pg a aS EI i | A A | ay | | li La d An . t C I’ was given life and a fourth 
concurrent drive but they in-| are: . it ra FM | Hath | } Mi itary n cien u S eight years. All were accused 
sist on retaining budget con-| Herbert man ; : a ae es Tm AA cake i TN pe | of intelligence work on behalf 


| ree | , 
of R.. au miata Sa hi MU ee wt ~ ifi Pj of West Germany and. the 
trols, using their educational | mana Ries Wa ste be Fi 4 RO: i clk gat SR chen RR 9 gs Expéeiiie Bid acrifice Fit ‘United States. Last year, thas 


materials and allowing em-|% uice-preuigém. Wood ‘than 250.000 East Ge 

ployes to designate gifts. ward butt aii United Prese By David M. Nichol caused a marked Jabor shoe? 
However, it will be difficult dent. etre ce eran J T Brees A De atic H it. | Chicago Dally News Service ‘age by fleeing. 

; nn, president, Povomae Bisctric pow-| Sketched on the white band encircling the “medicine ball” is expected to range from ee Ce | 


tary : - : _ » 
main outside the UGF if it is|«. ie, DW pe es ericas| earth are the anticipated paths of the first | 200 to 800 miles above the earth’s surface tee chairman declared yester- BONN, Jan. 27—-German , on 
organized as its incorporators de can B| artificial satellite during its first few rev- | in its elliptical encirclings of the globe. day he would “fight to the hit-/ archeologists are in raptures Confessed Killer of 4- 


er of 
foresee a8 nt WIOP. olutions through space in mne-158%. The ter end” against military ef-\over @ simple, nearly square on 
Groups of givers — that is,| jeans Times forts to take over more public pit discovered in Neuss across Dies in Electric Chairs 
aid Plem ' « , 
. | \lands in the West. the Rhine from Duesseldorf. OSSINING, N. ¥, Jan. 27 a 
ill be in-| eo bal Bank: Bawar Boencd?, president of the Board of the} . | | - . 

1 Tar chap-|® co Baire. resident, jet fopai Sa ke Commissioners  Wiling #. Press. execu. NORTH POLE | Rep. Clair Engle (Calif.),| They have identified it a a John Francis Roche, —— 
ters. Once enrolled, these|fve ee, the ¥¢ original Com- | of & rade: "Saron ‘Ooldman, Se | ; chairman of the’ House Interior Brass Rng aneres ai — “a ig of “e Vetee ont aod 
chapters will not permit any mgpity ee «ween vee ac * vianpe i ae, eile, | ‘Committee. hurled the chal- > aptisms 0 the cult last night in Sing Sing prison 
solicitations for voluntary|sra! manager, mesapeske & I eer le Bede hy ar Baishs w. _ divigion Tne "Halon i — lense at Navy efielale ot & Coa of Cybele, the Mother of electric chair. od 
health, welfare or recreation) dent, Second National Bank: Sam th, president. hs ~ , stiten:. hactinn én a. Mew ré-! Gods. The 28-year-old Rothe was 
ic th h the! ag: ostauei [."Geldemsth, “president, Lassburgh's ct : & ~ | Prof. Johann Straubb of the sentenced to death for the sec 
agencies except throug sre ee: quest for 3800 square miles of | 1; : 
annual UGF drive. , Soy ue hlie land f +0 sn gmat University of Bonn says the ond of two sex crimes — the 
To be eligible as a chapter, SATELLITE—From Page I = Ps Shs Pa map tS ry Fanges.'find may be compared in im-/slaying in June, 1954, of 14 
the offices must mane Rt i Si 2h wet Pig! soe | vet Pp me ae with the +) as of year-old Dorothy Westwater in. 
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legally can be done, ola a e e Ine er ABs S4Z pg ne tO | . . cmathae a © $0 miles nthe of Boers -_. y x : the murder of a ca reg 
per cent of all employes must £ — ° 0 4 eo oth cults were brought to an 85-year-old woman in New 
make fair share personal con- EBLE J Hy ii ne: its present Black Roc sert northern Europe by Roman sol-’ York City | ar 

tributions at their places of|whizzes around the world at{ Instruments in the  thin- NO «4; 2: tnd SOE > > — — Fy mie diers and for a time competed 
| YONG ae wee . miles no 

Oe cate ache a cnap| 000 salles * vse ie shelled metal sphere will broad- g ee ; 7 Black Rock range in Nevada. nag ee ee Spray-Away 

ene geal sare. aden Ro By panes radio signals to help scien- cat il ‘s OO Te | Engle said. the Navy could’) The Neuss find is believed to Colds Stuffiness 
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ter must be turned over to) ARS | 
UGF. The UGF Board of Di-|¢rved as far North as Philadel-|tists keep track of it. Another SS]. Berg 2 la ee practice aerial gunnery Over date from the fourth century 
rectors will assure an ——— phia, and all points South. Its/internal radio system will tele- ) ree, ie : the ocean. after Christ. 

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plan for distribution funds.|paths will range between the! meter data bei | IAs Sih ap | 
A campaign chairman will be|!atitudes of 40 degrees, north! she a ee gr hoy by Sed ie 71 8 Ooms By way to keep these gunnery|son to be baptised descended 2 oe 
appointed soon and a campaign | @nd south. i ct eS Rigg a ranges. off land areas,” he de-\into the 6-foot square chamber! oii. Gentle fer 


organization will be ee The details of the 20-million:| ground receivers. " . bre) clared, “and my conviction isiand was drenched with the children. Carry is 
to begin enrolling 2 Send te ae a -— Kaplan disclosed that seven ie HB SRY = (ery oe pad : By ove re blood of a ram or @ steer that pocket, purse; use 
the same time, an admissions |major experiments are planned | Bs ie Loe Ajlaniic Ocee ; ort on the part of the | was sacrificially slaughtered on 
committee will invite the vol- nn “tae ems eae ve ae the eal genaain "ae “ ey 0 7 do it. You won't.be convinced the planks that covered the pit. 
untary agencies to join in the’ ie on a Pas — — ” on Bye until we fight you to the bitter Archeologists say only one 
and percenpenes, ical Sear. to cee Sydne 1. Caleulatin th d t f cmap age that's what we're S9'M6lother such chamber has a 
Voluntary agencies. which Chapman, IGY resident, the outer pe ~ ames a h Ih ag py Fordham gg heen gr 
join will not be able to conduct | > ned British LAA 2 Seekin acum tj “We vey wallow. 5 t as mili It is at Ostia, near Rome. 
any solicitations in a UGF chap-; The first satellite of about 10\the earth’ *s crust b ‘ ion on | ; = on ae et a asi BW ' 
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In its initial period of opera-|pa.6 on the east coast of Flor-|crust’s mass may cause such SOUTH POLE Deputy Chief of Naval Opera- : 
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Lobbyist Charge 
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For Hells Canyon || 


Neuberger 
Hits Lack of 
Dam F unds — 


Sen. Richard L. Neuberger 


(D-Ore.) said yesterday he could 


not understand how the United 
States could afford to spend 
money on a 
dam in Egypt 
if it’s ‘‘too 
poor’ to fh 
nance the 
Hells Canyon 
project at 
nome 
Neu berger 
in a speech in 
the Senate, al- 
tributed the 
: contrast he 
Neuberger drew to 
“Jekyli-and-Hyde policy” on the 
part of the Administration 
He noted the United States 
hes indicated willingness to 
help Egypt finance the pro 
posed $1.3 billion Aswan Dam 
in the Nile River 
“Yet.” he declared, “this 
same Administration has told 
the inhabitants of the Pacific 
Northwest that we are too poor 
ir purse to erect a dam costing 
$350 million at Hells Canyon 
“Interior Secretarv Douglas 
McKay told the residents of 
Oregon that, because of the 
Federal debt, it was necessary 
to forego further Federal 
dams . ' Neuberger said 
Saving “it is hard to justify 
eforecign aid program which 
offers to another country a gift 
which has been denied to our 
own peopic,’ Neuberger pro- 
posed a resolution to require 
the spending of $1 for multiple. 
purpose dams in the United 
States for every 
lar spent on such projects over- 
seas. 


opposing 


chamber of any 


American dol- 


Associated Preas 


| Sen. John O. Pastore (D-R.1.)) * 
told the Senate yesterday he 
| believes the natural 


gas bill 
“was drafted by the lawyers 
we for the (gas) 
ip rod ucers,” 

and said: 


= Daniel (D-Tex.),| | 


one of the back-! 
ers of the meas-) 
ure called Pas- 
tore’s words’ 
“a very wun 


Pastore fair charge” 


against members of the Senate 
and House 
approved the bill 


Committees which | 


Daniel also suggested that 
Pastore had meant to say lob- 
byists may be present in the 


Senate Gallery but not in the 
Senate Chamber itself. 


said he believes lob- 

pipeline companies 
the bill have been 
seen in the gallery. Senate 
rules forbid presence in the 
but members, 
former members, governors, in- 
vited guests and Capitol em- 
ployes 


Daniel 
byists for 


16 Gas Producers 


Face Rate Inquiry 


. elated Press 

The Power Commission yes 
terday ordered investigations 
ito the rates charged by 16 
independent producers of nat- 
ural gas, all of whom have 
Tennessee Gas ‘Transmission 
(Co. as a customer 

The Commission on about 
Nov. 1, 1954, allowed the pro 
ducers to start charging new 
rates that resulted in a total 
annual increase of ahout 
S62 million on their sales to 
Tennessee, which pipes gas 
along the Eastern seaboard 

Increases granted independ 
ents serving Tennessee drew 
opposition in 1955 from the 
utility regulating commis 
sions of seven states and the 
District of Columbia 


All filed unsuccessful peti- 


tions to intervene against the) 


™|Hull’s View 
Of Americas 


Is Lauded 


of Tennessee said here yester- 
day. 


Park Hotel dinner honoring 
the memory of the late former 
Secretary of State 
Hull, Gov. Clement, 

crat, said, “Perhaps more 


American of his day,” Hull saw 


pee 
2 me 
a | 


derstanding, 
'Foundation 


‘that good neighborliness among 
the Americas depended on mu- 
tual 


understanding. 

To further develop that un- 
the Cordell Hull 
for International 


‘Education was established five 


years ago in Nashville, 


ithe Governor. 


Tenn., 
Clement said. 

The Foundation, headed by 
is embarked on a 


campaign to raise $10 million to 
‘support its education program 


Harris & Ewing 


Cordell Hull as a young Con- 
gressman. 


increases say- 
accounted in 
rate increase 


$8.616,000 an- 
nually subsequently filed by 
Tennessee itself. The Tennes 
see increase has been col 
lected since Dec. 15. 1954 sub. 
ject to possible refunds. 

The producers are: The Chi 
cago Corp.: Gulf Plains Corp.; 
Alfred C. Glassell Jr.;: Stano- 
lind Oi| & Gas Co.: Conti 
nental Oil Co.: West Natural 
Gas Co.: The Altex Corp.;: The 
Atlantic Refining Co.; Tide 
Water Associated Oj] Co.: 
Ralph E. Fair: Ralph E. Fair, 
Inc.: Gillring Oil Co.: Humble 
Oil & Refining Co.; C. V. Ly- 
man: The Nueces Co., and 
Sinclair Oil & Gas Co. 


_-- 


independent 
ing the boosts 
part for a 
amounting to 


This sum, Clement said, will 
prove an investment “that will 
repay itself in the stimulus it 
will bring to economic develop- 
ment of underdeveloped areas in 
the Americas—an investment 
that will multiply and fortify 
many opportunities for profit- 
able enterprise...” 

Dr. Alton Oschner of New 
Orleans was elected president 
of the Foundation at the an- 
nual meeting of the Board of 
Trustees yesterday. 

Joseph M. Rault of New Or- 
leans was eas vice presi- 
dent, and L. Cobb, New Or- 
leans, ot Med of the Execu- 
tive Committee. 

The trustees named Dr. Cesar 
Tulio Delgado, chairman of the 
Council of the Organization of 
American States, as honorary 
chairman of the Executive Com 
mittee. 

The trustees elected Dean 
Fred Cole of Tulane Universi-| 
ty as chairman of the Founda-| 
tion's Scholarship Committee. 


clearly than any other North’ 


’ 


Hagerty Calls Pearson 
Story ‘Scurrilous Lie’ 


By Gardner L. Bridge 
Associated Press 


President Eisenhower's press 


“The “Good Neighbor policy”) Secretary, James C. Hagerty, 
among the Americas will take yesterday denounced as a com- 
‘its place alongside the Mon- plete falsehood and a “scurri- 
roe Doctrine in historical sig-/!0Us lie” 


nificance, Gov. Frank Clement | mént that Mr. Eisenhower had 
lintervened 


! 
In a speech at a Sheraton-| 


a columnist’s state- 


in the Al Sarena 


‘timberland case. 
Hagerty referred to a column 
‘by Drew Pearson in which he 


wrote: 
“Buried in the Senate Interior 


Cordell| Committee files is an interest- 
a Demo-|ing letter, which was picked up 


when the Senate subpenaed 
the records of Secretary of the 
Interior Douglas McKay. 

“It's a letter from a friend of 
President Eisenhower's ad- 
dressed to him, asking that the 
Al Sarena section of the Rogue 
River National Forest be re- 
leased to the McDonald family. 

“Across the letter in his own 
andwriting President Eisen- 
hower had scribbled ‘Dea: 
Doug.’ Then followed a persona! 
request from Ike to Doug to 
see what he could do about 
granting the Rogue River re- 
quest.” 

The Pearson column appeared 
in the Jan. 26 issue of the Wash. 


ington Post and Times Hefald, 


as well as in other newspapers. | 
Hagerty volunteered the fol-| 


lowing statement alt a news con- 
ference, with a request that it) 
be used by newspapers that 
published the column: 

“The story is a complete false- 
hood and in my opinion a scur- 
rilous lie.” 

“There is no such letter in 
existence,” Hagerty said, add. 
ing that Senate Interior Com. 
mittee staff members had testi. 
fied to that effect yesterday 
under questioning by Sen. Barry 
Goldwater (R-Ariz.). 

Pearson then issued 
statement: 

“The first time Hagerty de- 
nied one of my stories was in 
October, 1953, when I reported 
Mr. Eisenhower had a heart 
condition. The second time 
Hagerty took me to task was in 
connection with the report on 
the Bikini bomb test, after 
which he telephoned me to 
apologize for what he had said. 

“I am confident that time will 
prove the facts I reported in the 
Rogue River National Forest 
case also to be accurate.” 


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HE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
Saturday, January 28, 1956 9 


———A 


Easing of Social Security 


Asked by Farm Bureau 


The American Farm Bureau’ 
|Federation asked Congress yes- 
iterday to exempt ' ‘very tempo- 
rary and casual” farm workers 
from Social Security. 


Matt Triggs, a Farm Bureau 
official, told the Senate Finance 
Committee keeping records on 
such workers places a costly 
burden on farmers. 


He said a 1954 amendment to 
th. Social Security law now re- 
quires farmers to keep records 
and pay taxes on high school 
youths who work only a few 
weeks during the summer, on 
temporary harvest hands and 
other persons “who are not ac- 
tually members of the working 
force.” 

Triggs also urged an end to 
compulsory Social Security for 
self-employed farmers. In many 
cases, he said, Social Security 
taxes “impose burdens upon 


United Press 


farmers far in excess of any 
benefits they are likely to re 
ceive.” 

Triggs asked the committee 
to put off action on provisions 
of a House-passed bill to lower 
the Social Security retirement 
age to 62 for women and 50 for 
disabled workers. 

He said a compre:.ensive 
study should be made of “the 
social problems involved” be. 
fore such a “far-reaching step” 
is taken. 

Kenneth K. Merefield of the 
Florida Fruit and Vegetable 
Association urged that farm 
workers paid daily be removed 
from Social Security coverage. 
He said even Social Security 
officials can't figure how to keep 
records on migrant workers in 
the fruit orchards and vegetable 
fields. 


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end colors. Ovr ag $36 °° 0 Springs Full or Twin $29 


7? 

endo HIGH-STYLE CONVERTIBLES 

HOLLYWOOD. BEDS. Innerspring meat- sleep two 

tress ond box te on legs. $34 spring mattress 

Our Reg. $57.9 $199.95 

DESK CHEST. As versotile as it $29 yeh ay Bonga i ae nee 

is attractive. Our Reg. $54.95 ing chair. Our 

3-PC. MAPLE er tk Dresser 2.7C. LIVING . King-size 
9. sole end lerge motching choir . . . 

$79 assorted colors. Ovr Reg. $125 

—— BEDROOM SUITE. Double dresser, 4189.95 

chest end bookcese bed 2.°C. SECTIONAL SOFA. S-inch foam 

w@inut finish. Our Reg. $159.95 "19 rubber cushions and brows $110 

SPC. CHLOE OUNETTE  Séf. forvell loge. Our Rag. 9199.99 


$47 30 Dormayer Power Chet $9@.9] $39.95 Giant 3-Heat $9 @@ 


Electric Mixer w, meat grinder Thermostatically Control- 
led Heoter 
$24.95 Large Avtometic Elec- 
ee, uate. vs cover & West- Sis " ‘a! ity stv boout $4.99 
se rmostat chen co ~ 
‘i Parkwood lifetime 


$2.98 40-How een 


$7.95 Chrome Poultry , 5 .98 
Shears st atthe Clocks i 
$3.95 O'Ceder Every-which- $2.99 


Wey Nylon Dust Mops 


wand Nes $j 49 


corte 4 
pilices CUT is sae com TORIES 


$14.95 Combination Woffle $6 
$9.95 7-Pce. Cutlery Set $2.99 lron & Grill 99 


w cleover 

$39.95 Hamilton 

ee eee Se 
$14.95 24-Pe. Flaetwere Set 7.99 


$7. 
w rosewood hendles, lifetime $39.95 Rote Broil 


$23.00 Yeestmaster : Avic- $12.98 $189.95 Portable Electric $59 95 
. 


matic Toaster Sewing Machines 


$49.95 Electric Floor $29.50 $29.30 Remington 60 $15.88 


Policher Deluxe Elec. Shovers 


$695 mart me $1.29 2.98 Coler Aheminem $1.79 


$14.95 RCA TV Stands $1.99 Reg. 3ic Regular Size TIDE 24c 


(oll new) 


Radios. Phot Shewreom equates: 

: Built-in long 
cascode chassis. ; 

: d scolectivity, more 

adio ever built, PHONO: Plays 

the new 16 2/3 rpm, and 


NEW 1956 


ADMIRAL 4-SPEED TABLE 
RADIO-PHONOGRAPH 
Rag. $1.69 Nationally Advertised $29.95 Hoover 9-Cup 5s 
SEE THIS FABULOUS NEW George Sat let ieee | tomate Coeomeker 16.99 


Sensational instrument that bi ' 
pindliten Adatebhath Sinead never 9 HQ-95 RADIO-PHONOGRAPH AT Special: Pelew. vanes oor | 995 Ovrdoe 
with a rich-toned super-sensitive radio. GEORGE'S WAREHOUSE SALE TODAY! $69.95 Apex Cannister $26.99 iad , 


Vecuum Cleaner w/cl- 
‘jaca asi _ 


“STARTS TODAY! SATURDAY! 1 P.M. to 


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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES ec 
Saturday, January 28, 1956 


nena 


STARTS TODAY! SATURDAY! 1 P.M. 1010 P.M. 


DAY EVENT!! 


George's, with their tremendous purchasing 
power and 
ya A wholesale selling, can offer such low prices—lower than 
oe os be - lowest of all! Of course, 
mg im this is clearly marked as to its condition 
~+« ond 
everything has been more than drastically reduced especially 


Warehouse Spectacular! Doors 


fer thie g-i-g-a-n-tei-c 2. Day 
open promptly at 1 P. M. TODAY! 


everything, but every- 


EASY TERMS 


10” & 12” 


Table Models 
and Consoles 


$93.80 


TRADE-IN 
TELEVISION 


17” & 21” 


14” & 16” 


Table Models 
and Consoles 


Table Models 


and Consoles 


+7 7-60 $9 6° 


SPECTACULAR SAVINGS 


As always, everything in George's ads, and all merchandise in George's stores, is plainly marked as to its 
condition whether they be Floor Samples (f/s), Reverts (R), or Trade-Ins (T)! 


TELEVISION 


SIIPSS “56 PHILCO 24-in 
(Discount.) Teble Mode! he 
$209.95 “S5 CROSLEY 2)1-in. TV 
Table Mode! (f/s 

$189.95 “55 ADMIRAL 2!-in 
Tebdie 


Model w/calum. tube 
S99 95S “55 ADMIRAL 2!-in 


COMSB., mohegany w/redio & phone (ft/s) 


$204.90 "55 RCA 21-in. TY 
Teble Model w ‘stand (f/s 
$279.95 “56 PHILCO 2!-in 
t/s 
55 RCA 2I-in. TV 
Console Model (t's 
55 ADMIRAL 21-in. TV 
COMB., moahogeny w/redie & 
6239.95 S55 CROSLEY 21-in. TV 
Console Mode! (fs 
$229.95 ‘55 RCA 21-in. TV 
Toble Model (fs 
$17G.95 ‘546 PHILCO 17-in. TV 
any (Discont Consolette (f 
S29955 “55 STEWART WARNER 
n Corisole (f/s 
$1469.95 ‘55 MOTOROLA 21-im. TV 
Table Model w/elum. the ( ‘s) 
55 EMERSON 2I1-in. TY 
Model (ft/s 
55 RCA 21-in. TV 
Model if/s 
"36 PHILCO 2il-in. TV 


TY (Discent.) 


3-WAY 


phore 


55 EMERSON 
Table Mode! w Ghwrm 
S2779.95 ‘55 ADMIRAL 21. 


Table Mode! 
$299.95 “55 FAMOUS MAKE 17-in TV 3 wet 
5. mohogony w/redio & phore 
$259.95 “55 RCA 2)1-in. TY 
c le Mode! tis 
95 55 FAMOUS MAKE 17.in. TY 3-WAY 
COMB. walnut w/radic & phono (f/s 
$269.95 ‘54 PHILCO 2)-in. TV (Discont) 
Teble Mode! (f/s 
= $249.95 ‘55 FAMOUS MAKE 21-in. TV 
Mahogany Table Mode! (® 
$339.95 ‘S55 CBS 2i-in. TV 
M@hogarny Console Mode! (R 
= $399.95 "55 FAMOUS MAKE 21.in 
COMB., mahogany w/radic & phone 
$259.95 ‘56 FAMOUS MAKE 21-in h 
Table Model (f/s 
$279.95 “55 MOTOROLA 21-in. TV 
Toble Model fis 
$399.95 “55 FAMOUS MAKE 21-in. TV 
R 
"55 CBS 21-in. TV 
Mehogeny Toble Mode! (f/s) 
$209.95 “55 FAMOUS MAKE 17-in. TV 
Blende Toble Mode! (f/s 
$279.95 ‘55 CBS 21-in. TV 
Mahogany Table Mode! (f/s 
$179.95 ‘55 CROSLEY 17-in. TV 
Table Mode! (fs 
$329.95 ‘55 WESTINGHOUSE 21.) 
any Console (f/s 
$150.95 ‘55 RCA 17-in. TV 
Table Mode! (f/s 
$259.95 ‘55 ADMIRAL 24-in 
Ebony Table Mode! (¢/s 
6999.95 ‘55 ZENITH 21-in. TV 
Console Mode! (f's 
"55 ADMIRAL 21-in TV 
’ 
TV 
f‘s 
"55 ADMIRAL 21-in. TY 
Mahogany Console [f/s 
$449.95 ‘56 FAMOUS MAKE 21-in 
WAY COMB. w ‘radio & phono (t's 
$389.95 ‘S55 CROSLEY 2!-in. TV 
(t's 
"S6 PHILCO 2)1-in. TV 
(Discont.) Swivelet (f/s) 
$349.95 “55 RCA 21-m. TV 
Deluxe Console Mode! (/s) 
SI59.95S 56 PHILCO 17-in. TV (Discont.) 
Table Model (f/s) 
$399.95 ‘55 ADMIRAL 24-in. TV 
Mahogany Console (f/s) 
$349.95 ‘55 MOTOROLA 2)-in. TV 
* Bivch Console (/s) 
$199.95 ‘55 WESTINGHOUSE 21.-in. TV 
Deluxe Table Mode! (f/s) 
S199.9S ‘55 CROSLEY 2)-in. TV 
Table Mode! (f/s) 
$349.95 ‘56 PHILCO 2I1-in. TV (Discont.) 
Cansole Mode! ((/s) ; 
$279.95 ‘55 ADMIRAL 24-in. TV 
Table Mode! (f/s) 


6349.95 “55 ADMIRAL 103 Cu. FP. 
REFRIGERATOR Duc! Temp (f/s) 

$529.95 ‘55 PHILCO 12.2 Cu. FP 
REFRIGERATOR w/avte. defrost (f/s) 
$339.95 ‘55 KELVINATOR 11 Cu. Fr. 
REFRIGERATOR ifs 

$299.95 ‘55 CROSLEY ? Cu. . REFRIG 
ERATOR w/prestomatic defrost (f/s) 
$199.95 “55 WESTINGHOUSE 8 Cu. 
PRIGERATOR w‘cross-top freezer (fs) 
$399.95 ‘55 PHILCO 10.5 Cu 
ATOR w/avte defrost & freezer 
$389.95 ‘55 FRIGIDAIRE 10 Cu. Fr. 
ERATOR w/Cyclomotic defrost (f/s 
$499.95 ‘55 DEEPFREEZE 11.1 Cu. Pt 
REFRIGERATOR w/cross-top freezer (f/s 
$199.95 ‘55 QUIK-FREZ 8 Cu. 
REFRIGERATOR (®) , 
$429.95 "55 ADMIRAL 124 Cv. 
Dual Temp REFRIGERATOR (f/s) 
PHUCO 7 Cu FP. 
REFRIGERATOR (7) 


IGERATOR (f/s) 


$519.95 ‘55 WESTINGHOUSE 11.5 Cu. Pr. 
REFR 


TV 3 ee 


Pi. RE- 


Fe. REFRIGER. 


Pr. 2-Dr. 


$149 
$148 


$ 
» $139 
$189 
$124 
$133 

$98 
$129 
$118 


$189 
$88 
$244 


$29 


$229.95 ‘65 EMERSON 17-in. TV 
Mahogeny Table Model (ff 
$269.95 ‘56 PHILCO Zi-in. TY 
Discent.) Table Model (8 

$349.95 ‘55 FAMOUS MAKE 24-in 
Mahogany Table Model (Rf 

$339.50 ‘55 RCA 2I1-in. TV 
Blonde Console (f 

$349.95 “S4 EMERSON 2!I-in. TV 
Console Model (® 

$399.95 "55 FAMOUS MAKE 2I.-in 
mohogeny w/redic & phone 

ft/s 

$269.95 ‘SS EMERSON 2)-in. TV 
Mahogany Table Model (f 
$2799.95 “SS FAMOUS MAKE 2). 
Mahogany Console 

$179.95 “SS EMERSON I7-in. TY 
Mahooeny Table Model (ft/s 
$2779.95 ‘55 MOTOROLA 7I-in. TV 
Mahogeny Table Model (f 
$459.95 ‘S4 ZENITH 2I-in 
COMES. w/redieo & phone (Rf 
$229.95 ‘54 EMERSON 17-im. TY 
Teble Model (® 

$349.95 “55 FAMOUS MAKE 2)-i 
hogany Console w/deoors (f/s 
$2279.95 ‘S4 — 2)-in. 
Teble Model 

$269.95 'S5 woeonetA 21-in. TV 
Mahogony Table Mode! (? 
$309.95 "55 FAMOUS MAKE 71.in 
Blonde Console Model (8 

$279.95 ‘55 ADMIRAL 17-4m. TY 
Console w/doors if 


$269.95 54 WESTINGHOUSE 2I-in .TV 


Teble Model (8 
wie 


$349.95 ‘55 FAMOUS MAKE 2) 
COME, Me $$5 


$89 
$110 
$119 
$159 
$129 


TV 3-WAY COMB., 


TY 3.WAY 


hogeny Console w/doors (f/s 
ADMIRAL 2I-in. TY J3-WAY 
hogeny w/radio & phono . 
$2279.95 ‘S55 EMERSON 17-in. TY 
Mahogany Table Model (f/s 
$169.95 ‘55 MOTOROLA 17-in. TV 
Teble Model (f/s 

$199.95 ‘SS FAMOUS MAKE 
Mahogany Table Model (f 
$549.50 ‘55 ADMIRAL 2I-in. TV 
COMB. w/redic, phone 4& doors (8 
$199.95 ‘S55 CBS 2!-in. TV 

Teble Model (fs 

$549.50 ‘S55 ADMIRAL 2!1-in. TV 3-WAY 
COME. w radic phoro & door +s 
$389.95 “55 CBS 2I1-in. TV 

Blonde Console Model (f/s 

$129.95 "S5 CROSLEY I7-in. TV 

Welnut Teble Model (ft/s 

$357.95 ‘55 EMERSON 2I-in. TV 
Console Model (ft/s 

$279.95 ‘55 MOTOROLA 21.in 

Mahogany Teble Mode! (f/s 

$289.95 ‘56 PHILCO 21-in. 

Mehogany (Discount.) Console 

$139.95 “SS ADMIRAL 17-in. TV 

Ebony Table Mode! [*/s 

$179.95 ‘55 RCA 2I-im. TV 

Ebony Teble Model (f/+ 

$369.95 “56 FAMOUS MAKE 24-in. TV 
Console Model (f/s 

$339.95 "55 CBS 2I-in. TV 

Mahogany Console (f/s 

$199.95 ‘55 WESTINGHOUSE 2)1-in. TV 
Consolette (f/s 

$359.95 “S56 PHILCO Zi-in. TV 
Console Mode! (f/s 

$219.95 "55 ADMIRAL 2)1-in. TV 
Table Mode! (f/s 

$:59.95 ‘SS epee H 21-in 
Console Model if 

$209.95 “55 WESTINGHOUSE 21-in. TV 
Table Model (f/s) 

$219.95 “55 MOTOROLA 2I-in. TV 
Blonde Table Mode! if/s 

$529.95 ‘SS FAMOUS MAKE 21-in. TY 3-WA 
COMB. w/redic & phone (f/s 

$299.95 “55 ADMIRAL 7I-in. TV 

Console Model (f/s) 
$289.95 “56 PHILCO 72)-in 
Swivelet (f/s 

$169.95 °55 CROSLEY 
Table Mode! (f/s) 
$299.95 “SS RCA 24-in. TY 

Console Model (f/s 

$349.95 ‘S56 PHILCO 21-in. TY (Discont.) 
Console Model w/doors (f/s 

$179.95 ‘55 ADMIRAL 2!-in. TV 

Teble Model (f/s 

$329.95 55 MOTOROLA 24-in .TV 
Console Model (f/s) 

$239.95 “55 ADMIRAL 2)-4in. TV 

Table Model (f/s) 9060 
$289.95 “55 MOTOROLA 21-in. TV 
Blonde Table Mode! (f/s) 


17-in. TY 


31-WAY 


(Discont 


TV Walnut 


TV (Discen?.) 


17.in. TY 


PRIGIDAIRE 6 Cu 
REFRIGERATOR (7 

$229.95 ‘55 CROSLEY 8 Cu. 
ATOR w/cross-top freezer (f/s 
GENERAL ELECTRIC @ Cu. Pr 
REFRIGERATOR (T) 

$4579.95 “55 FRIGIDAIRE 11.2 Cu 
REFRIGERATOR (f/s 

$4786.77 ‘54 WESTINGHOUSE 12 Cw. Fr. Be 
PRIGERATOR w/avto. defrost (R) 
COLDSPOT 6 Cu. Fe 

REFRIGERATOR (7) 

PRIGIDAIGQE 7 Cu. Ft. 

REFRIGERATOR (T) 

GENERAL ELECRIC 6 Cu. FF. 
REFRIGERATOR iT 

INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER 10 Cu. FP. 
REFRIGERATOR (8) 
FRIGIDAIRE 8 Cu. Fr. 

REFRIGERATOR (T) $39 
$299.95 “54 PHILCO 8 Cu. Ft. REFRIGERATOR * $99 
w/eavte. defrost (Rf) 

$269.95 ‘54 CROSLEY 8 Cu. FP. 

REFRIGERATOR (Rf) 


REFRIGER 


ht. 2-Dr 


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WASHERS 


$2779.95 ‘55 MAYTAG AUTOMATIC 
WASHER w/agiteter action (f/s 
$199.95 “55 G.E. 2-cycle AUTOMATIC 
WASHER (ft/s 

$329.95 ‘55 NORGE AUTOMATIC 
WASHER (f/s 

$499.95 ‘54 BENDIX Dvomeotic 
WASHER-DRYER COMB. (8) 
WESTINGHOUSE 

AUTOMATIC WASHER (T 

BENDIX 

AUTOMATIC WASHER iT 

$139.95 ‘55 THOR WRINGER WASHER 
with pump (f/s 

$229.95 ‘55 NORGE Semi-Aviomotic 
WASHER (8 

$179.95 "55 CONLON WRINGER WASHER 
with oume (ff 

$199.90 “55 WHIRLPOOL & 
WASHER tis 
$139.95 .°5S5 APEX 
“with ovume ‘/s 
$259.95 “55 HOTPOINT 

AUTOMATIC WASHER (f/« 

$279.95 55 NORGE 

AUTOMATIC WASHER (f/s 

APEX 

WRINGER WASHER iT 

WESTINGHOUSE 

AUTOMATIC WASHER T 

$139.95 ‘55 NORGE WRINGER WASHER 
with pump ts 

APEX 

WRINGER WASHER (8 

BENDIX 

AUTOMATIC WASHER (T 

$149.95 ‘55 APEX 

WRINGER WASHER t's 

MAYTAG 

AUTOMATIC WASHER iT 

$299.95 ‘55 NORGE De luxe 

AUTOMATIC WASHER D 

$229.95 ‘55 BENDIX AUTOMATIC WASHER 


w agitator action . 


raemeortic 


WRINGER WASHER 


AIR CONDITIONERS 


$367.50 ‘55 RCA 

34 H.P. CASEMENT 
$2799.95 ‘SS HUNTER 

HP. CASEMENT 

$379 95 ‘55 COOLERATOR 


55 HOTPOINT 


$299.95 ‘55 RCA > HP 
Flush Mount w /thermostet 
$349.95 ‘55 HOTPOINT 24 HP 
CASEMENT w ‘push-buttos controls 
$2797.95 ‘S55 SERVEL 
Ye HP. CASEMENT 

55 GIBSON 


55 RCA 

w thermostot 

55 EMERSON 

Flush Mown?t 

55 KELVINATOR 
w ‘push-button controls 4 thermostet 
$359.95 ‘55 WESTINGHOUSE 
% HP 
$349 95 


% WP 


55 SERVE. 


‘SS CHRYSLER AIRTEMP ‘2 HP 
CASEMENT w ‘thermostet 
$349.95 ‘55 VORNADO % H.P. CASEMENT 
w/push-butten controls 

55 SERVE! 

CASEMENT 

55 MITCHELL 

Flush Moun? 

55 SERVEL 

Flush Moun? 

55 ADMIRAL 


55 HOTPOINT 


DRYERS 


$199.95 ‘55 ABC 

ELECTRIC DRYER (f/) 

$239.95 ‘54 WESTINGHOUSE 
ELECTRIC DRYER 110-220 v 
$189.95 ‘55 KELVINATOR 
ELECTRIC DRYER (f/s 

$249.95 ‘55 BLACKSTONE 
ELECTRIC DRYER (f/s 

$229.95 ‘55 NORGE ELECTRIC DRYER 
110-220 v. (f/s 

$199.95 ‘55 BENDIX Super-Fost 
BLECTRIC DRYER (F/s) 


$469.50 ‘55 BIN HUR 15 Cu. & 
UPRIGHT PREEZER (f/s) 

$359.95 ‘55 NORGE 10 Cu. ft 

CHEST FREEZER (ft/s eves 
$449.95 ‘55 DEEPFREEZE 12 Cu. fF. 
UPRIGHT FPREEZER (f/s) 

1955 ADMIRAL 10 Cu. 

UPRIGHT FREEZER if/s 


RANGES 


$239.95 ‘55 NORGE 41” 

GAS RANGE if/s) 

CAVALIER 34 

ELECTRIC RANGE (T) 

$344.50 ‘55 TAPPAN Full-Size 

GAS RANGE (f/«) 

RC.ESTATE 40 

ELECTRIC RANGE (8 

$179.95 ‘55 TAPPAN 36” 
ELECTRIC RANGE (f/s) 

$397.95 ‘55 NORGE 40° De luxe 
GAS RANGE (f/s) i 
$134.50 ‘54 TAPPAN 36” 
GAS RANGE (#/s) 
$249.50 ‘55 TAPPAN 36” 
ELECTRIC RANGE (f/s) Ks 
$339.95 ‘55 WESTINGHOUSE Full- Size 
ELECTRIC RANGE (f/s) 


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KELVINATOR FOODARAMA 


A 166-pound freezer, and a 11 cubic foot “moist cold” 
frigerator . . . both in a cabinet of only 47 inches wide. Yes, 
a new star is born in the food- keeping field. Here is the ulti- 
mate result of years of planning and more than four decades 
of appliance experience. Open one door to a whole new kind 
of luxury living—freezer living. Here is an upright freezer 
with storage space for 166 pounds of delectable meats and 
frozen foods. Open the other door to the finest refrigerator 
built—11 cubic feet of refrigeration that never needs defrost- 
ing—the magic of “moist cold” to keep foods dewy-fresh. See 
it at George's . . . today! 


GET GIANT TRADE- 
IN ALLOWANCES 
DURING GEORGE'S 
WAREHOUSE SALE 


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Here is the smartest refrigerator you can buy . . . smart in appear- 
ance—smart in the tricky task of defrosting safely without thaw- 
ing. This new Magic Cycle Kelvinator defrosts so quickly, so 
efficiently that even ice cream stays hard-frozen during the defrost 
cycle. There are no pans fo empty, no water to wipe up because 
the defrost water drains into a pan suspended below. the cabinet 
and evaporates automatically. One look at the modern, functional 
design of this new Kelvinator tells you it’s a beauty inside and 
out. All the latest, most-wanted features have been built into this 
automatic a refrigerator to make it an outstanding re- 


frigerator buy 


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te WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


Saturday, January 28, 1956 


« Confident Living 


Thoughts of God 
Aid Hotel Business 


By Norman Vincent Peale 


Some time ago, an acquaintance who is the manager of a 
large hotel came to see me. He had a nervous breakdown a 
few years before and he was afraid that it was happening 


to him again. 

I tried to talk to him about 
his problems and he told me 
about his business difficulties. 
The more we talked, the more 
involved it all became 

“I'm so tense,” he apologized 

1 had an idea. “Dill,” I said, 
“let's stop talking about him 
and her and this and that, Let's 
sit here and think about God 
What do you think when you 
think about God?” 


“Well” he answered, “I 
don't think about Him very 
much.” 

What do vou think He is 
like?” 1 persisted 

He sat in silence for a mo 
ment. “He's big.” he said. “He's 


like a man.” 
“What's His face like?” 
“Oh,” he told me, “His face 
is big and strong.” He paused. 
“But there is a kindly look on 


His face.” he added, “and He 
has wonderful eyes.” 

“Have you ever heard Him 
speak”” I prompted 


“I don't know if.I ever have,” 
he replied 

Then I made 
“Notice the effect 
talk has had on you 
quietness and peace in this 
room and serenity on your 
face. There's the pattern you 
should follow. Center your 
thoughts on God before you 
lose yourself in your difficul- 


my point: 
this short 
There is 


to Him. I'm almost afraid to 
ask Him for things, He gives 
them to me so quickly. I feel 
I have to be careful how I use 
this discovery.” 

He had never been a church 
member, but now, he told me, 
he is active and useful in his 
community church. 


“This power I feel changes . 


everything,” he explained. 
“Never a problem comes to me 


but that I start thinking about 
God. I think about Him for a 
long time. And when | finally 
get back to the problem itself, 
it breaks into pieces.” 

The late Dr. Emmet Fox ex- 
plained this when he wrote: 
“The more you can keep your 
mind off your difficulty and on 
God, the more easily the com- 
ponent parts of the difficulty 
will fall into their proper 
places.” And then Dr. Fox went 
on to recommend: “Whenever 
you get into a difficulty, don't 
think about the difficulty, but 
instead think about God.” 

Whatever your problem, force 
your mind away from it. Start 
thinking about God, about His 
generosity, His mercy, His 
power. The problem will di 
minish and the solution be 
come clear. 

If you have a business or a 


a 


Washington Churchmen 


By Kenneth Dole 
Stafl reporter 
When the Rev. 


J, Artley 


{Leatherman first gave thought, 


‘to the ministry, as a barefoot 
country boy, he didn’t foresee 
the complex city situation he 
would run into. 

Hoeing strawberries on his 
father’s farm in Bristol, Ind., 
he was thinking about mun- 
dane matters such as quack 
grass whem the preacher came 
along. A few words, then the 
pastor suddenly said, “I have 
never told anyone this before 
but I think you ought to enter 
the ministry.” 

Jay was already a strapping 
fellow, hard as nails from chas- 
ling cows and handling a culti- 
vator, black-haired, good-look- 
ing. He was in the seventh 
grade and hadn't thought much 
about the future. 

“For a shy country boy, that 
was as much of a shock as any- 
‘thing the preacher could tell 
me,” he says. During the sum- 
mer, when he rested the horses, 
he chewed over in his mind 
the pastor’s remark. 
| He didn’t realize then the 
kind of a challenge a city 
minister might _face. . 

As he expresses it now, he 
thought he “would like to try 
110 make the- world better 
through dedication to Christian 
service,” but he doubted if the 


ministry was the way for him) 


to do it. 
A Three-Letter Man 


He continued to high school, 
winning the 440 and running 
second in the half, in the big 
track meet; playing center on 
the basketball team and left 
field in baseball the first 
three-letter man in the school’s 


personal problem, try this 
technique. Turn your mind to 
God and panic will leave you 
and peace will take its place 
Fear will go out of you and 
faith will come in. Clear think- 
ing will be possible, new in- 
sights will come and weaknesses 
will depart. 

Try this method of bringing 
God into your problems and 
you will discover the power 
that changes everything. 


Methodist 
100 Maryland Ave. NE. 


L&D 
and Asbury Smith. D.D 


ties.” 

| was in that man’s hotel re 
cently. “What did you do to my 
manager?” the owner asked 
me. “What has happened to 
him? The staff say there's been 
a wonderful change.” 

I went in to see the manager 
and asked, “How are you? 

“Im having the time of my 
life,” he said. “This technique 
of thinking about God is 
wonderful. I've learned to pray 


history, and singing baritone. 
He sang so well that he was 
invited to give solos “every 
where,” so that “after a while 
standing up in public didn’ 
seem to scare me so much.” 
As his father’s only helper, 
he used up any excess en- 
ergy on the farm. Fruits were 
the specialty: peaches, plums, 
pears; Baldwins, McIntosh, 
Red Astrachan, Talpehawken, 
‘Northern Spies, and 22 other 
‘kinds of apples; seven acres 
‘of grapes—blue Wordens, white 
Niagaras, small red Delawares 
At Goshen College, he won 
the freshman oratorical con- 
test with a talk on world 


m1 


Methodist 
Headquarters Methodi«t Buildin7a 
Bishop G. Bromiley Oxnam. D.D 


District Superintendent Orris G. Robinson. DD.. 


VIRGINIA 


, 


aa —s 
Glebe Road at South Eiehth St. TABOR PRESRYTERIAN CHURCH 
151 & St “WV 


Arlington. Va. , 


ARLINGTON 


mS ork ti pif 
Ministers: W. Kenneth Haddock, William A. Lyons (NDFER CHF’ ” 
. a” fee . , ‘ Dr. Margaret Just Butcher, Speaker 
9:30 and 11:00 A.M.—Church Schoe |_Dr. Margaret ; - 
9:30 and 11:00 A.M.—"THE TERRIBLE MEEK.” Dr. Haddock Nazarene 
7-20 PM—Older Youth Fellowshio: 7:00 P. M., Senior Fellowship « 
8:00 P.M.—'TILL DEATH DO US PART.” Dr. Haddock 


Vureery During Morning Services 


CHURCH of 


Cleric’s Remark Inspired 
Barefoot Boy to Ministry 


> 


Staff! Phote 


THE REV. J. ARTLEY LEATHERMAN 


» «+ pastor of 


peace, and thought some about 
the ministry. His pastor, the 
Rev. Ernest E. Lawsche, mean- 
while had been transferred to 
a church near Goshen. He in- 
vited Jay to spend the night. 
The subject of Christian serv- 
ice came up. “I've finally come 
to feel,” the youth said, “that 
the ministry is the way | want 
to do it.” 


“I've Found the Girl” 


Mr. Lawsche wasn't satisfied 
with this. Four years later 
when Jay, then a student at 
Boston University School of 
Theology, was attending a sum- 
mer youth institute, the pastor 
said to him, “I’ve found the 
girl for you.” He introduced 
him to Naomi Antle, a pian- 
ist, who was also president of 
the youth conference and the 
daughter of a minister.The fol- 
lowing June they were married 

Little did the bride realize 
the nature of the opportunity 


Nazareue 


the N 


William C. Allshouse, Pastor 


= Methodist Church 


ive 1 Renkin Chapel Preacher UHLUrCh Cornerstone 


that was awaiting 
Washington. 

Mr. Leatherman’s first charge 
was in North Webster, Ind., 
1943-46. Then he went ty Mid- 
dlebury, Ind. In 1948. he be- 
came associate minister at 
Mount Vernon pl. Baltimore, 
and stayed two years. 

At 16th and Allison sts. 
nw. rises Hamline Methodist 
church, one of the handsomest 
Gothic structures in the city 
and one of the most costly. 
A heavy debt hung over the 
congregation for years. 

At first, Mr. Leatherman says, 


Prayer 
Breakfast 


On Thursday 


The Senate and House Break- 
fast Prayer Group will hold its 
fourth annual prayer breakfast 
at the Mayflower Hotel next 
Thursday at 8 a. m. as part of 


the Twelfth Annual Interna- 
tional Christian Leadership 
Conference. 


President Eisenhower, 
addressed the breakfast three 
years ago, has again been in- 
vited, as well as members of 
the Cabinet, the courts, Con- 
gress and governmental de- 
partments. 

Chief Justice Earl Warren 
will read a message from the 
Old Testament, and Sen. Price 


Daniel (D-Tex.), a message 
from the New Testament. Prin- 
cipal speaker will be Howard 
E. Butt Jr. of Corpus Christi, 
Tex., a businessman evangelist. 


Sen. Frank Carison (R- 
Kans.), president of Interna- 
tional Christian Leadership, 


will preside. Conrad N. Hilton, 
owner of the hotel and host, 
will give a message of welcome. 

The conference will end Sat- 


to be addressed by Federal 
Judge Luther W. Youngdahl. 

International Christian Lead- 
ership was founded in Seattle 
in 1935 by the Rev. Abraham 
Vereide, its Executive Direc- 
tor, and several businessmen'| 
“to combat political demoraliza- 
ition and communism 

ICL, headquarters is at 2324 
Massachusetts ave. nw. 


The Rev. L. Earl Jackson of 
Prospect Hill Baptist Church, 
Prospect Park, Pa. will preach 
at Rankin Chapel, Howard 
University, Sunday at 11 a. m 


has occurred in the residential 
pattern of the church area 

In 1948 the membership of 
Petworth Methodist Church was 
1487; now it ‘is 1078. Wesley 
Methodist Church, on the other 
side of Hamline, has dropped 
from 1231 to 1171. But the mem 
bership of Chevy Chase Meth- 
odist Church, across the Dis 


hs almost ignored an offer to trict line, has risen from 804 


come to Hamline. He liked his 
work in Baltimore, largely with 
youth and young adults. A 
friend asked him, “How do you 
know the will of God unless 
you sit down and give it con 
sideration?’ 


to 1330. 

In five years, Hamline has cut 
its building debt from nearly 
$90,000 to $15,000—but member 
ship has gone down too. from 
1122 (in 1948) to 894. 

No matter how winningly Mr 


So he passed several nights Leatherman preaches (he has an 


“Mm prayer and meditation” and 
“finally decided that though it 
might be more difficult I didn't 
have the right to turn it down.” 
It was the will of God. he felt. 
that he go where he was most 
needed. 


~ Bowntown Evangrliral and Reformed Churches 


unpretentious eloquence), how 
much comfort he imparts to 
those who need it, how cor 
dially the ushers greet strang. 
ers, how inspiringly the choir 
sings, the membership goes 
down. Hamline has become a 


who} 


urday with a luncheon session’ 


814 Twentieth St. N.W 
Rev. Edward B. Lewis 


9 45 A M 8S lay School 
j AN AMBITION ABOVE THE Wo"'T”™ 


(Pour Blocks Above White Heuse—Just off Penn. Ave.) 
Th. M. Minister Harold White. Minister of Music 
Buses N-?. Lt: 


NATIONAL PRESBYTERIAN ‘CHURCH 


9.00 and 11:15 AM —Church School in the New Educatione! Buliding 
ind IS A.M — WHAT IS THIS THUNG CAL! } 
ve ro I nels Sooney, preaching Connecticut Avenue and N Street, N.W. 
Nursery Provided for Children— Ample- Parking = the Rear of Church EDWARD L. R. ELSON 1TOHN J. RICE 
Theodore Schaefer Orsant st and Choirmaster 
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 9:00 and 11:00 A.M.— ‘THE KEEPING OF A GREA ADITIO? 
Dr. Arnold H. Lowe, Westminster Prost: yierian Church, Minnea : 
UNION METHODIST CHURCH Minnaacta: Notional Church Pheacter tor 1984 
(Broadcast at 7 P.M. over ¥ K AM 1340 and WFAN-FM 100.3) 


Care 40 and 4% Step io Frent of the Cherch 


11:00 AM 
7:45 AM PLANT YOUR FEET UPON REALITY.” 
Visit Methodisem's Historic Downiown CrAurcna— if "if : : { - 
Same Sauctuary Welle Since 1840 Chevy Chase Preshyterian 
, ~ ’ - 
HAMLINE 16th and Allison Sts. N.W. CHEVY CHASE CIRCLE 
J. Artiey Leatherman. Minister i) 
Edwin B. Skinner Minister of Music MORNING WORSHIP — and 11; 00 AM. 
> "THE CRISIS WHERE CROSS AND CRESCENT MEET 
9:45 A.M Schoel—Senator Sparkman dha on 
11:00 A.M : Rev Fredérick R. Wilson 
oervice Pe a he oe 
“ , wy Youth Group 6:15 6 0 
ers operative Nursery 91 vee ide a ee » ous 
0 eg Resins lIniwe » G “ok Veen Cancert 1 SUNVUUL-—8:U and LitW A 
4:00 | —— versity Glee Club Vesper _ Ww Poul L ndwig, Ministe Maldwrn A. Da Jack W 7 a 
ssosiate iainisters. Harold W. Dicken o seve s. Minister of Musi 


o* . _ rr 
Nebraska & New Mexico Avenues 


Metropolitan Memorialrie National Methodist Church 
DR. EDWARD GARDINER LATCH 


Dr. Bird con 


CHURCH OF THE PILGRIMS 


Gilt of the Presbyterians of the South to the Nation's Capital 
m the Parkway at tind. and PF Strects N.W 


ev. John Charlies Walker, Rev. Richard L. Cookson 
- (7.07 AM re IS WHAT WE THINK.” Ministers: Andrew Reid Bird. D.D.. 
3 > @na iis A — Lit is i wroAa cm 4 45 AM unday School wursery 
9:30 and 11:00 A —~Sundey Schoo 11 060 AM IRIBSULALION Uy" 
~~ A "> i.f Vv —— A ‘ ~~ % 7:45 P.M SERIES OF STU DIES IN 
OF 6c ? , aug \atoups Dr nald G. Miller. pre 


ducting worship 


ames G. Graham. §.7.M. 
during Morning Service 


THE BOOK OF GENESIS 


aching both services, 


Convenient to Bus and Car Lines 


CALVARY 1459 Columbia Road. N.W 


ayy Gorhe pee Minteter 


During the Reconstru 


GEORGETOWN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 


ction of the Historic 


Temple Dunn. Director of Musie 4-00 7-00 P \ -~Youth Groups 


6:15 


is 

245 A) .h4 eNuccery Care 
11:00 A p UI Tne Minister Russell Cartwr'eht Stroup. DD. Minister 
aa © eis THE CHURCh’S TEMPORARY HOME IS 

ates he | ois OLD §T. LUKE’S CHURCH 
8 _— . no Fe Wisconsin Avenue and 35th St. N.W. 

" AM NVorshie 245 AM.—Sunday $ : 

Conn. Ave efid Jocelyn &t NW 9:30 AM.—Church Schoo! 

rieit' tc nasoawar DD” {co Akcieney &kaciegaten. {| THE NEW YORK AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN 


13th and New York Ave. N.W. 


SIXTH 


ROBERT N. OERTER. JR. 


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


FOUNDRY 


ESS WEIGHTS METH The Rev. George M. Docherty, D.D., Minister 
CONGR G ODIST The Rev. K. Warriston McCracken, Associate Minis'er 
Fifth Street and ‘meme Avenue SE or. st o~ : Srenh Tae «thie of Diets 
Dr. George L. Commor, Minister J Searls. Assistant Minister am we ae aageongs a io ™ ET LIVE era: Wi. 
1:00 Al STORM CELLA® IN an ATOMIC AG! 9:30 and 11:00 A.M.—"LIVE AND LET E. 
; “a ; ws oe. 4 fe : - i 3 ue ae . ttt - 
6:00 P.M.—Intermediate Fellowship—6:30 P.M.—M. Y. F. $:00 P.M.—" WHAT I5 YOUR CALLING 
Ry ape 4 2 mins na Mr Mi > eaching at all rvices. 
7:30 P.M.—Evening Service. REV. J. H. SEARLS, PREACHING tr. McCracken pr q se 
SIXTEENTH AND 


KENNEDY STREETS N.W. 
NED E. RICHARDSON 


9:36 A.M.—Church School for all ages 
$:30 and 11:30 AM.—Yeuth gt ow. At ‘MY CHRISTIAN WITNESS 
Minister 6:30 P.M.—Ir. an Westminster Feliowsht 
DR. THEODORE HENRY PALMQUIST. REV. RERMAN McKaY ‘ ~ a } ready Hi . Pp 
. its iv rouns cuil \rou 
3 cls A r o noc . oe of 
— oan 7 “TANT AND DELIVER.” ' Wednesday. 8:00 p.m.—"The HOUR OF POWER. 
SU @nGa 11. A : oi ha.’ Fivi Lek wd s.2 Buses stop at the door 
Dr. Pa'’mauist preaching 
The Sth sermon dn the s@ries on “SEVEN ROADS TO VITAL HAPPINESS 1906 a NW, WESTERN C. Stewart McKenzie. Minister 
FOUNDRY SUNDAY EVENING FELLOWSHIP 9-45 inday School, 
(For all ages) 00 4 M Topic: “Christian Youth Conironis the Church 
5:30 P.M.—Sacred Concert; §:00—Worship; 6:30—Discussion groups; 6:30 P.M.—Young People—?7:00 P.M.—Young Adults 
7:15—Supper Wednesday. 7:00 P.M.—Mid-Week Service 


MT. VERNON PLACE 


Massachusetts Ave. at 9th and K Sts. N.W. | 
DR. ALSERT P. SHIRKEY. M'NISTER 


TAKOMA PARK 


Rev. 


9:30 and 11:00 AM.—’"A FAITH TO KINDLE LOVE,” 
9:30 and 11:00 AM.—Church School, 7:00 P.M.—Youth Fellowships. 


Maple and Tulip Aves. 


Dr. Schearrer. 


W. V. Meore. Assoc. Minister: R. Deane Shure, Mimister of Music 


| VIRGINIA 


MP neh WwW rerahi P 


9:00 and 11:15 AM.— 
"LORD, OPEN OUR EYES” 


| c ring Read and 
| cocrye flemos Foose inion 


1} 9:30 end 11:00 AM.—Church. Sch 


THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 


Nerth Vermont St. in Arlington—JA. 17-4766 
Rebert A. Barnett. t 
9:30 and 11:00 A.M.-—Worship. "OUR CITIZENSHIP UNDER CHRIST.” 


ool—6:30 P.M. Youth Groups 


6:45 P.M.—Evening Worship— 
“WE HAVE OUR CHOICE” 
Dr. Shirkey preaching ail sefvices. 


Old Prefbyterian Meeting Houfe 


Hiforie Church Built in 1774 


GRACE 


Fifteenth and O Ste. N.W 
ROBER 


Nursery during service 


‘Christian Churches [Disciples of Christ] 


MARYLAND 16th and Webster Sits. N.W. 
9:45 A.M.—Sunday School 6:30 P.M.—Youth Groups In his five years here a change. holding operation. 
CHEVY CHASE 10:50 A.M. and 7:45 P.M.—DR. WILLIAM A. ECKE! 
7001 Connecticut Ave. (at Shepherd) Missionery from Tokyo, Japan, Guest Speaker for both services 
Ministers, Clifford Homer Richmond and Charles Rother, Jr. Dr. Eckel has served as a missionary since 1916. Hear him ‘tell what the 
. " 4 Japanese people think and what they are doings 
30 and 11:00 A.M.—"MASTERING LIFE,” Dr. Richmon Nursery During Both Services 
Take Georgie & Alaska bus up 16th St. to Webster on Rie. 29 CONCORDIA 
: : . . . Teentieth + Sie NW 
HYATTSVILLE First Methadist : YC. KOCH ‘Sinise 
3 , Preshyterian Preshyterian 9:45 A.M.—Bible Schost 
Bal''more Avenue «¢t Hamilton Street “ - 11:00 AM -—Morning Worship 
EDGAR W. BECKETT. Minister Nursery during seryice. 
©. Deuglas Cooney. Assistant Minister 1795 1803 1947 —— 


9:30 AM.—Sunday Schoo 
10-30 A.M Worship 


Fifteenth Street Christian 


15th & Kentucky Ave. &.F 
Erie Daenecke, FR.D.. Minister 


THE TRANSFORMING POWER OF CHRIST” 


|. Warren Hastings, Minis 


_ 
9:45 AM 


er, Wi 


Chur h School — 


NATIONAL CITY CHRISTIAN CHURCH—Thomas Circle 


iam 


10:50 AM —Mornineg Worship 
THE HUNGER OF THE HEART” Dr 


|. Nottingham, Assoc. Minister. 


Hastings 


_- -—-— 


ALEXANDRIA CHURCH 


2723 King St. Alexandris. Va 
we r s. Hogevoll.: Minister 
ip 10°55 a.m. and 7:30 o.m. 


CHRISTIAN CHUPCH MISSION 

wa it Hillls Elementary Schoo!. Va. 
Trak Buechiey. Minister 

5 30 Church School. 10:50 Worship» 


COLUMBIA HEIGHTS CHURCH 

1435 Park Road N.W 

ones ain Vernon M. Gooedhand. 
cting Minister 

Worshie 10:30 a.m. 


FIRST CHRISTIAN. 
FALLS CHURCH. VA. 
James Clayton Pippin. Minister 


120 Leesburg —, (Nr. 7 Cerners) 
Worsoaip—1ld 


PERSHING DRIVE CHURCH 


Pershing Drive and N. Highland St 

Arlington, Va 

G. David Shreeves, 
am 


Minister 
Worship 10:55 
SHEPHERD PARK CHURCH 


Paestes H. Baver. Minister 
and re-w Ave 
11:00 «a 

TAKOMA PARK. CHURCH 


David L. Watterworth. Minister 
New York and Chicago i 
Worship 8:45 & 11 A.M 
Church School 9:50 A.M 
Religion Today 10:20 AM 


onrgs CHURCH 


1812 12th Street NW 
J. F Whitfield. " piimister 
Worship 11 m 


NW 


Lutheran 


Lutheran 


312 EAST 
Pastors 
Dr. Oscer F. Blackwelder 


9:00 AM 
10:00 Al ureh School for ail 
11:00 AM oe DIVINE LOGIC." 
9:00 and 11:00 d 

no Sven'ng Cluh 


8:00 FM.—funder = RE IN 


Us h of the Ref ti 
mitch of the Aelormation 
‘ APITOL 
Dr. Lawrence D. Folkemer. Ret 
Pastor maputchps 

MORE THAN Bent ees. 

sees 
D 

Children's Church and Music Instruction. Nursery 9-12 


DISCIPLESHIP.” 


STREET Ul CA. 
Donald W. Priege. Asse 


Jule Zabawe, Minister cf Me £ie 
Pastor Priece 


Polkemer 


Dr. Folkemer. 


LUTHER PLACE 
MEMORIAL 


Thomas Circle 
14th 4 NNW 
At The Luther Statue 


Rev. Walter B. Freed, D.D.. 
Pastor 
The Rev. Walter G. Marsa, 
Asst. Paster 


Nursery during ell services 
9:45 AM “9°o.. vic 


, #45 end ie A rer MOMENTS 
OF GLORY.’ DF Freed 


5:00 P M.—lather Leecu 
6:00 P M.— Young Adult Fellowship 
7.00 P M.—Bibi- Study. Dr. Cc. O 


Granpluad 


AUGUSTANA 


and New Hampshire N.W. 


Pastor Clarence L. Nelson 
Identical Services at 
9°30 an 


* ture. Helsinki, Finland 
~ Sunday Bchoo! ana 
Bible Class at 9:30 a.m 
1:00 a.m 

7:00 p.m.—JOINT 
» BIBLE INSTITUTE AT 
UTHER PLACE 
MEMORIAL CHURCH 
até Cc. Oo. A ee 
° 
Revelation 


GRACE LUTHERAN 


4300 16th St. N.W 
J. Vietor Murtiand Pastor 


9:00 and 11:00 a.m 
, E FIRST LAST 
THE LAST FIRST 


CHRIST LUTHERAN 


16th é. ee Ste. N.W. TA. 9-6718 
am FP. Bruening. Pastor 


aie am. & 11:00 am. Wership 


Staff Phote 


Mrs. Donald F. Keith, wife of the minister of the Eastern 
| Presbyterian Church, looks over contents of a cornerstone 


| 
The Washington Post and an 


box sealed in April, 1892. Among the items are a copy of 


American Flag with 38 stars. 


Yields 60-Year Data 


Mementos of a bygone era in 
Washington came to light this 
week when the cornerstone of 
the old Eastern Presbyterian 
Church was removed, marking 
the congregation's move-by- 
merger and the end of still an- 
other era on Stanton Square. 

The old-stone church, which 
has stood in castle-like splendor 
at 6th st.and Maryland ave. ne 
for more than 60 years, has 
been sold by Eastern, following 
a merger with the Metropolli- 
tan Presbyterian congregation 
Now the Capital Hill Presby- 
terian Church, thev are es- 
tablished in Metropolitan's 
larger home at 4th st. and In 
dependence ave. se 

As the move was 
the Greater Mount 


made and 
Zion Bap 


tist Church became the new 
occupants of the Stanton Park 
edifice, its original cornerstone 
was removed and its contents, 
preserved in a square copper 


box, examined at the annual 
congregational meeting Tues 
day night. 


Interred at dedication cere 
monies on April 16, 1892, were 
a silk flag with 38 stars; a his 
tory and engraving of the new 
church; a Congressional Direéc- 
tory of President Harrison's 
s2d Congress; six freshly 
minted coins: and a copy of 
The Washington Post 

The box now to be re- 
sealed and placed in a new 
cornerstone to be added in the 
wall of the merged congrega- 
tion's present home. . 


is 


St. Patrick’s Parish 


Honors Mr. 


| An Episcopal minister who 
never wears a hat and gave his 
only overcoat to a theological 
student was honored by his 
parishioners at a farewel recep- 
tion last-night 


The Rey John Fleurnoy 

- Stevens, rector of St. Patrick's 
Episcopal Church, Foxhall and 
Reservoir rds. nw is leaving 
with his family Sunday for 
Houston. Tex.. where he will 
become rector of St. Timothy's 


i; Episcopal Church 


At last night’s reception he 


was presented with a complete 
set of eucharistic robes and 
other vestments, a parchment 


scroll with farewell tribute, and 
the guest book of the occasion, 
signed by all present. 

A graduate of the Naval 
Academy in the Class of 1938, 
Mr. Stevens served as a gun- 
nery officer in World War IHU, 
winning 10 battle stars He 


Stevens 


graduated from Virginia Theo 
logical Seminary in 1948. and 
became assistant rector of St, 
Matthew's Episcopal Church, 
Wheeling, W. Va. He was called 
to St. Patrick's seven years ago. 

A member of his congrega- 
tion says that then, “Mr, 
Stevens gained fame in more 
ways than one—as a clergy. 
man whose plain-spoken ser- 
mons dug right into the facts 
of life in one-cent words, whose 
sermons usutially filled the 
church to overflowing: as a 
selfless man who never wears 
a hat and who gave away to sg 
theological seminary student 
the only overcoat he is known 
to have owned during his stay 
here: and as a leader in various 
activities, including the affairs 
of the Episcopal Diocese and 
the Washington Federation of 
Churches.” ‘ 


1 Lutheran Professors to Preach 


Four professors from Con- 
cordia Collegiate Institute, 
Bronxville, N. Y. will discuss 
Christian higher education 
from the pulpits of four Mis- 
souri Synod-Lutheran churches 
here Sunday 
| They will stress the need for 


Rnity 
UNITY 


1733 Eye St. N.W. 
Affiliated With 
Unity School, Lee's Summit, Mo. 
Ann Sandefer, Minister: 90. 5-080! 
10:00 A M.—Gunday School 
ll AM.— THE LOST SHEEP” 


UNITY 


Feldt, Minister—DI. 
Memwer oi 
Unity Ministers Assoc. 
Sunday Gervice 11 am 
BURLINGTON HOTEL 


10 o A M.—Bible Class 
Worship 


FE. Ber 7-3456 


“THE PATTERN 


Virginia 


HOLY TRINITY 
FALLS CHURCH 


Arlington Bivd. &6 Woodlawn Ave. 
Edward F. Yost, Pastor 
8:30 6 11 A.M.—Morning Worship 
9:45 A.M.—Church School 


St. Paul's Lutheran 


ALLS CHURCH, VIRGINIA 


Kuhn, 
Class 


8.30 and 11:66 a.m.—W 
—Nursery at 


ership 
at both services 


| ST. PAUL'S 

‘i Connecticut Ave. at Everett St. NW. 
Ww. od ag DD. Paster 

: 9:30 a.m.—Churc 

11:06 som “APIRITUAL 


7:00 p.m.—Luther oe 


> 


GOOD SHEPHERD 


Braddock Rd. and Luray Avenue 


11:08 am. “iare Soe 
O06 y schoo]—# 45 a 


~— Biniue Truth 


more men and women in the 
service professions of the 
church. 

Prof. Carl W. Weidmann 


will speak at Calvary Church, 


Silver Spring. at 8:45 and il 
a. m.; Prof. Paul W. Gabbert, 
at Christ Church, 16th and Gal- 
‘latin sts. nw., at 8:30 and ill: 
'Prof. Henry C. Proehle, First 
Trinity, 8:30 and 11, and Prof. 
Albert Meyer, Trinity, Mount 


Ranier, 8:30 and 11, and Trinity 
School, Hyattsville, 9:50. 

Today at 12:30 p. m., the 
four professors will meet with 
60 pastors and laymen at a 
luncheon at Christ Church. 


~ National Spiritualist — 


CHURCH OF TWO WORLDS 
2460 Sixteenth St. N.W. 
Rev H Gordon Burroughs, Minister 

Sun, 7:45 9m. Healing Service 

8:00 pm.—"Hiding From 

Truth” 
Followed by Spiritual Greetings. 
Wed., 8 p.m. —Message Service. 


A Sure Way , 
Happiness 


at the 
Almas Temple Auditorium 
1315 K Se. N.W. 
Sunday, Jan. 29, 11 A.M. 
i Everyone desires health, 


i 


; 
’ 


i the future. Isn't that what 
| you want? Jesus gave us an 
| infallible rule that will ac- 
| complish this. 
dared to use it. It will solve | 


_ great happiness. 
_ Dr. Arthur Jay Green, Minister 


RE ee Le 


happiness and security for | 


It has never | 
failed for those who have | 


| our problems and give us | 
What is it? | 


A..E. Zion 


JOHN WESLEY 
A. M. E. ZION CHURCH 
National Church of Zion Methoediom 


14th aed Corcoran Sts. NW 
EZ. Franklin Jackson. DD Rinister 


11:00 AM—REV. J. J. HOWARD 
’0PM—"“POWERR OF THE 
co ONPLACE 
Dr ckson., 


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Red Mass Scheduled 
Fifty-three churches in the’! 


At St. Matthew's j yeh ig sail 2 “te Bs Be 8, : : . gh tae. mi it eee 4 od ig District Baptist Convention 


FO ih SM aay Gay RE PaO hs Bee Ae a, ae iia will observe World Mission 

More than 1200 jurists, diplomats, lawmakers, lawyers); @ ## == = © © |. ‘<li ‘~ |.  . |Week next week with the as- 

afid other guests, headed by Chief Justice Earl Warren, Slate? sinc ce. ae One Se ae a ae nt mre Fa more than © mis 

will attend the traditional Red Mass this Sunday at-10 a.m.) @ ee ae rege tae ‘ike taeda Se aes ee Starting with a conference 

at St. Matthew's Cathedral. ® a He 9), Bet oi all OMe oe nigh Hy x" "Contin tal 

ian 1 , 0- -| oF Sally Si: te lll ae  |2 at & at the Continen 

More than 1200 jurists, dipt 4 Lb =a le "--} |Hotel, the program will con- 
citizenship in the United) 99) ee MR er tinue through Friday. ies . 

| States.”"——Dr. William H.) 99 ly, eae FI whore ng ty fanent ge raed Mr. Hall Mr. Nicholson Mr. Horton 

tend the traditional Red Ma&ss\chisholm, missionary doctor} — a Fijian at .} |study in mission work is 


this Sunday at 10 a. m.‘at St. 
Matthew's Cathedral. arom: Koren, will address the 31 Phe luncheons aro sched.|Chureh, 16th and © sts. nw.ot Japan; the Rev-. Richard 


The preacher will be the Rey./4- ™. and 7:30 p. m, services of To soe sete” : 2 Following the 12:30 p. m. meal,|\Cummings, Associate Secre- 
Robert J. White, rear admiral|the Bible Presbyterian Church. : § ae a eee ee ieseages. will be brought by/tary of ‘the American Baptist 
retired, Navy chaplains COrps. |___The Brookmont (Md.) Bap- Rs, 2 ” fae 4 the visiting preachers. For|Foreign Mission Society; the 
Father ae Ueleanuae oon tist Chureh will Jaunch.a $50; Site. ~*~ . dade reservations, call| Rev. Dr. Elmer Fridell, Foreign 
c ve w . > ifs. of Upont 7 No resérvations' Secretary of the Foreign Mis- 

me & Ge cut oft epg a en oe | ik Chur ch Council are needed for the talks. sion Society; the Rev. Elmer 
mg the mass here abou at 7 p. m. at the Brookmont : , The Rev. Dr. Clarence w.G. Hall of Kimpese, Belgian 
1938. It has been said in Europe|Elementary School——The ) To Fete Teachers Cranford of Calvary Baptist|\Congo; the Rey. Frederick M, 


for more than 700 years. . Woodridge Mennonite Church New teachers in the Silver|Church is chairman of the Horton, missionary to Japan; 
Spring public schools will be|Steering Committee for World| the Rev. J. Edward Humphrey, 


Celebrant will be the Most) 
‘3200 22d st. ne. is showing a guests of the Silver Spring| Mission Week. Also on fhe com- missionary to Nigeria, and the 


Rev. Patrick A- O’Boyle, Arrn- 
bishop of Washington Bible film this Sunday and next Council of Churches at a din-|mittee are the Rev. Dr. Wil-|Rev. John N. Nicholson, mis- 


The mass, which gets its neh ae I ot en aa Sherwood Church to Be Dedicated ner at Grace Episcopal Church,/liam J. Crowder, J., Russell, sionary 4o Japan. 
name ripe 3 er red ame pe 4 nae hold oy te a dis. ; 9121 Georgia ave., Monday Qroe the. Rev. Dwight H+}... 
worn officiating priests, will oyster This uilding Sherwood Dedica ceremonies _ |6:30 p.m. Anderson, Mrs. L. S. C 
ask God's blessings on the ‘ad-\"€® next Saturday from noon = Ge ney 8 ee a — ase gubed The Rev. Daniel E. Weeks,| the Rev. j Aone O. *  reeragy om Polish National Church 
ministration of justice in eit © 2 mStation NER Presbyterian Church, at 224 and Varnum uled to be held at 3:30 p. m. Feb. 5. director of the Department of| Rey. Earl Martin. and the Rev. 
Jni I 1 Minist f th Lew ST. FRANCIS 

The mass is sponsored by the ser thedist, Chere, Pals ; Washington Federation of|- The pom enentlag all from | POLISH NATIONAL CATHOLIC 
John Carroll Society, an organi. Met % = 4 } ae Falls Monsignor Roach Solemn Mass Set for the Deaf Churches, will speak, and youth! +, tome and Foreign Mission Bethlehem Chapel, Washington 
gation of more than 500 Catho.| ure s Sunday, « ; directors of several churches|po.-a. of the American and Cathedral 


ie, Panes and preveetenal To Be Invested A special solemn high massjand the Rev. Joseph Griffin of| Wil! Teport on steps to coordi isoutherr Baptist Conventions,|| 2 s*4 Woodley Road. ¥ Ww. 


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| teids a eae Bon for the deaf will be held Sunday|the Oblates of St. Francis de nate church and school activi- inelude jae, Rev. Dr. Willisen cuteete Ghat 20:00 ait 

Léew Ayres, star of “All| **7 work lies in the prosper- The Right Rev. Msgr. Edward ‘at 8 a. m. in Holy Name Catholic | Sales. The Council sponsors an g, atesman missionary | Nursery During Service 

Quiet on the Western Front” | °¥5 new suburbs of American | H. Roach, pastor of the Shrine Church, 920 1ith st. ne. Sunday is the feast of| Easter sunrise service and aE 

and “Dr. Kildare,” is coming | ‘ities, according to the Na- jof the Most Blessed Sacrament,| The Rev. “~$ St. Francis, patron saint of the other community religious Churches of Christ 


ms next b pee > show his | tional Council of Churches.” | 6999 western ave., nw., will be —~ yore of ae learned the sign «ane | FALLS CHURCH 2600 MINNESOTA AVE. 8.5. 
ree soun movies | giv 

of eta bn haar sry CE’S DIAMOND JUBILEE | formally invested as.a domestics; Francis de a We deaf servant boy. | Congregational Broad Street and Church Place Billy Hood, Minister 
rious a Saturday at |_ Seventy-five years ago, on prelate at 3 p. m. Sunday. ‘Sales will 7 Bs 4 | Worship 8:48 and 11° i> 6a: Worship 8 a it a.m. and 7 p.m. 
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8:30 p. m.; “Near Eastern | Feb. 2, 1881, the first Christian | The investiture will be made he peng chris: a | Congregational : THE ROCK SPRING o0 46 im Bibi eeeay 400) -Bixteenth Street N.W. 


Faiths,” Sunday, Feb. 5, 3 | Endeavor Society was organized /hy the Most Rev. John M. Me- ; ARLINGT 
: topher S wong, | 20 North Irving Street Worship a ty inister, PM. 


.a9 | by the Rev. Francis E. Clark in! ,, ; CHURCH 

me iqeaanes Lends? non ‘the Williston Congregational) Namara, Auxiliary Bishop of archdiocesan = CLEVELAND PARK (In Arlington) if Worship 11 am; 7:45 p.m. S-2 Bus stops at the door 
day 8:30 >. m-, all at Shenae ‘Church, Williston, Maine. , Washington. A reception will chaplain of the @ eee Lowell 8t. NW. sO10 N. Little Falls Ra HERALD OF TRUTH WMAL, ABC NETWORK 1 p.m. 

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Auditorium. He will person- yconis young people's nig follow in the parish audito- eb aa tied We Rein, eiat i zi COOK, Associate 
ally introduce the films. 80.000 welt oa in all pone 4 of rium. lenenati re | iam Baptist Baptist 

the world and a siemberehip of), A reception honoting the Deacons of Fr. Twohig a cris | 

PASTORS COLLABORATE ‘ery Rev. Msgr. John B. ST” i] Church school 9:30 and. MARYLAND 

The Rev. George E. Schnabel more than four million. y ~ the mass will be the Rev, An- =. Pou You 
of St. Mark’s (EUB) Church, christian Padeavor Unga Roeder Raye Ng se arene thony Kuzdal of the Theological | ————— || BETHESDA FIRST Whe OM Geerestown Ba.) 
Arlington, and the Rev. William oheerve the anniversary with a nt St n urea Sn © College, Catholic University, Meeting at Annandale oes P. Arne, Mistoter oa a JOuN WY, LANEY. Biotater Jf Btpention 
Basom, of the Beverly Hills| panquet Friday, Feb. 3, at 6:45! ancellor of the Archdiocese Elementary Schoo Church School, 9:45 A.M.; Bchool of Missions, 6:30 P.M. Rev. Robert Delano 
Community (EUB) Church, m. in the Fourth Presby-|0f Washington, will be held _ pee ap nage comer eas ee te eae bas eg | 

—Worship—Sunday School—Nursery | f $144 Massachusetts Avenue 
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Alexandria, have collaborated terjan Church, 13th and Fair-| Sunday 13 p. m. at Immacu- 
on a series of sixssermons, “The monts sts. nw. |late Conception School Hall, time that Msgr. Roach -and ‘10% Westmoreland Hills, Md. 


Christian Faith in a Revolu-) principal speaker wilt be the |795_N st., nw. other Archdiocesan priests WESTMORELAND Philip Gorden Scott, D.D., Minister Harry A. MeKnight. Jr. Minister 
tionary World,” starting Sun-'Rey Robert N. Oerter of the| ™8ser. Roeder was named a were honored by Pope Pius W. L. Inderstredt, Minister of Education . —@unday School Classes for &! 
Western & Mass. Aves. at the Circle Hareld Ash. Director of Music 


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ay——On Nati apal chamberlain at the same XII, a month ago. —Chaplain (Major General) Charles I. Carpen 
Day Feb 1 the Notional Free. weeded gg San Fort? ‘ . i 11:00 AM.—Morning Worship, “Youth Service, led by High School jj Miss Irene Chambers, Southern Baptist Conv ention 
y, Feb. 1, ; | Fellowship. | DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
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dom Day Association will pre-| Appleton, Hudson 3-9250. | Church of Brethren Church of Brethren ER TE co AER ROD SE 
| CHEVY CHASE 5671 Western Ave. NW. 


sént a citation to President’ Current president of the In- 
Dr. Béwerd O. Clark. Pastor: Rev. John W. Lange, Minister of Education 


Eisenhower “for the contribu- ternational Society of Christian | 
tion made toward the freeing Endeavor, which includes the Washington City Church of the Brethern F , ; 

of the peoples of the world, and societies in North America, is Pourth Street and North Caroline Avenue Southeast ' CONGREGATIONAL | 8:45 and 11:00 A.M.—Services. Rev. Clifford Hanson. 

for abolishing of second-class the Rev. Earle W. Gates of Duane H. Ramsey, Minister—Harold 8. Mover, Associate Minist™ - Oth & G Sts.. N.W. 9:45 A.M.—Sunday School 6:00 PM—Youth Groups 
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Derby, N. Y. School. . Rev. Richerd Cummings will spea 
Oe: ee ne ainioters Nursery for Babies and Small Children, 9: Sa a.m.-12:30 p.m. 


M.—Group Meetin o—Children. Young People, Adults. a me n - , ON M4 * card 
. . ovie inister o usic, tfor - Streets N.W. 
Lutherdn Mission Bedale nite a0 —— Helen 1. Troutman, Organist PETWORTH cee ak tines 


W aldensi 
a ensian Universalist Universalist ) 84S A.M.—Church School for all ages : R. Brown Haghes, Assoc. Pastor 
Society to Meet- ) '] 11:00 A.M.—Worship, “ALONE OR TOGETHER?” Dr. Kopi Broadcast Over WFAN (1 10.3 Me 11:00 AM. 
Pastor to Give The Lutheran Inner Mission UNIVERSALIST CHURCH OF SILVER SPRING . (Nursery 9:45 and 11:00 A.M) §:45—Sunday School. 6:30—Training Union. Nursery All Services 
Society, Washington area wel- 10501 New Hampshire Avenue. Rev, David Hicks MacPherson 6:00 P.M.—Youth Groups ) WORLD MISSION WEEK SPEAKERS. SUNDAY-FRIDAY, 7:45 P.M. 
| fare agency, will hold its annual 10:30 A.M.—Church School and Church. Tepic: '§ 11:00 A.M.—Missionary Speaker Rev. Carlos Paredes. 


Lecture Here meeting Wednesday at 7 p. m. "WHAT SHALL DELIVER US?” Episcopal Evisropal 7:45 P.M.—Indian Missionary, Mrs. Ioleta H. McEthaney. 
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Sth si. and Eastern ave: mw, | 7 MARYLAND GEORGETOWN BAPTIST CHURCH 


The Rev. Achille Deodato,|i3th st. and Eastern ave: nw. UNIVERSALIST NATIONAL MEMORIAL CHURCH tele arp ailtgy ees m8 


claims to be the oldest Protes-' cede the business meeting. ) 
REV. SETH R. BROOKS, D.D., Minister — 

tant group in the world—the| Principal speaker will be Mrs.'] 10:00 aw — Ch Schoo is sd The Rev. 9:45 A.M.—Bible School 
W alde nsian, |Clarence T. Nelson, wife of the hie ational “THE b"sCooRDING t0 You.” $30 oad TE AM "Morning Preyer. Rusestins at 9:30 end 11:00 AM. 11:00 AM.—Rev. M. Vincent Young, Missionary 
will speak at ‘pastor of Augustana Lutheran) ————— —_—— : —_ to Burma 
the Chureh of ""=™\ \Church, who will talk on “The! ao ae ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA Oe 

e Epiphany, . ™* |Challenve of Lutheran Welfare A PURO NUEL. BR 0 Rd. and M A : .M.—The Rev. Charies 5. Osborn Ui, Mission- 
1317 G st. nw., 7 Wark.” Mrs. Nelson conducts! a Services 8, 9:30 and 11 iil | G98 CEE ary to the Indians 


Friday at 8 p. ee weekly Bible classes fo ; Fron Taxes DAYS 
m. a za , 2 at Occoquan Reformatery. ALTA NSA THE TWh : “rv say at OF ST. CLEMENT 7 9304 b Pt rarity py. Bebool. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH 


W. Rebert Miller, Reeter 


representing the church which’ A fell hi 
. ellowship dinner will pre Corner 16th and & Streets H.W. | ASCENSION $33 Sligo Ave. Silver Spring. Md. x Rev. W. O. Kersey, Minister 


Dr. Deodato 11:15 AM.—Morning Prayer & Sermon. Nursery. Kindergarten . 
{s moderator 9th St. and South Carolina Ave, S.E. (et Penna. Ave.) 


of the Walden- . | New Serusalem DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA MARTIN F. CLOUGH, TH.D., Pastor 


sian Church of | ce WwW , GREAY a, 4 | ROBERT E. HOOVER, Assistant Pastor 

Italy and pres- | THE CHURCH OF THE HOLY CITY ‘worlo's oe te | ST. PAUL'S 32° §5)."ah St. John’s 9:30 A.M.—Bible School, 6:30 P.M.—B.T.U 

ident of the 16th St. above Q N.W. RELIGIONS Serven Sori ' / sh ataliainn ‘i 11:00 A.M.—"JEREMIAH’S SECOND MESSAGE.” 
Lafayette Square 7:45 PM—"A MOST IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT.” 


G 1c Dr. Deodate Rev. William F. Wunsch, Minister 
eneral Coun- 10:00 Couch Shoal SAT, FEB. 4, 0:30 P.M.—MYSTERIOUS MNDIA |] 8:00—Low Mass The Rev Leslie Gienn a ; ny te 

cil of the Evangelical Church | u 00 . * (Hinduism) ‘i 0:30—High Mass and Sermon 15. Rev ree! Risen 7:00 P.M.—Wednesday, Bible Study. 8:00 P.M.—Praise and Prayer. 

in Italy. He will speak under 10:15 Adult Bible Class , pote Any —\ st tees | (Coase Ghee! & Huresey? oly aR We Preach the Old Fashioned Gospel 

11:00 A.M.—Morning Worship, “THE * Ueini Sottaene Conte, Qe & vw 84, 8050 11:18 A.M—Confirmation & sung} $504 Haar —— 


oa onnlete of the seianmtaosarecs “HE MUST INCREASE. ™ (The Persist Orchestre Circle, Bows © thre U. $1.50 Rt Rev. L. R Senn DD. | a ha—Morning ey. ae FOUNTAIN MEMORIAL 


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bagge talks next ween: BUT 1 UST DECREASE” " “ , ’ | & ° 1 & 7:30 Evening Prayer, Mr. Wilson || 8214 Naylor Rd. ot Que St. 5.E. . Charles W. Holland. Jr. Pastor 
nyt Coach. of Chstst, _ Selentins. —— = 1 |] Set. 12. Blessing of candles, s Sunday School for ell ages at 11; 8:15 and 10:45 AM—(Guest Speaker) or C. Emanuel Carlson, Exec utive 
Tuesday (§3. Miss Lela - : oe a Orchestre Circle, Rowe & Gre 04. 98.59 |i music, Solemn Procession and Bene- | Nurse et infants ) . Director of Baptist Joint Committee on Public Afiai 
" of Unitar CO en Gare diction Wed. (ist) 8 p.m. Confessions Le ¥ =DEy Fg he 7:30 P.M.—(Guest Speaker) Rev. Harold Cameron, _ Leader for South 
és ot etka .o Bp -~ i En tan “PATHWAY TO NIRVANA” (Mineyenel Sat. & to 6:30 p.m. oa at ) Baptist Pioneer" ork in Southern Milne 
irr saturday ‘p.m. pe) — | Bg ey —— , Thurs. Healing Service, 12:30 pm. WORLD MISSION WEEK—EACH EVENING, 7:30-9:00 P.M. 
pence. color sider of ie Academy Of '] There is no faith that is more real Buddhism, Contucionivm, Veoiem) ny ~ CHRIST CHURCH FRIDAY EVENING, DR. WILLIAM AXLING SPEAKING 
tan by David r "hss Pts —- bellet 2 protect "esen =e yy Aral ds. Gallatin: om 9:30 AM —Graded 8 nda School-6.15 FM —Graded _ Train Union 
Fith, comment _ 7,07, 2 ° . See See Fi Utahayene ond Shintoism) 37th & Nicholson: iz 9:45 GEORGETOWN unday bing | 


steerer tees i |S Sie Ben nome | “Mr ten Eee mansmmers-|| OLD ST. JOHN'S |ye we cerssxy struc: || Temple Baptist —o worms w. cram rue 


Piace Memorial ch. ursday 12 15 
tafing? tania" the Geet” | ALL SOULS’ CHURCH = Georgetown Serves bet $850 NEBRASKA AVE. NW. A 
° St. West of Wisconsia . T ' Ch h- T MASS. AVE. AND WARD CIRCLE 
to tini Y urc | 9:30 AM—Sunday school 7:00 P.M.—Youth Meeting 


rid @ Silence 
Sixteenth and Harvard Streets N.W. || ae ° 
Marvin. Meéemerial rar ae Cherch, | : Sharp. Rector 
Silver Springs. Sunday. 6 . Wes *"in ister i = ist Prience R 11-00 AM. and & 8°60 PM —We rsh 
yenr, head of the Department, DR. A. POWELL DAVIES, D. D. Christia rience Chr tan | ' 00 ; uk 9:15 pd ito 00! Worship at Dahila St. N.W. Church noted jor ite Friendly People 
11:00 A.M.—Morning Worship. val an .= , ; » Rector 
Richard G e 
Sermon by the Minister 
“wat 398, yorg or coor || CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES =|] ‘i: stephen sod the incoraton | P33 LU—EsemT cre || | NATIONAL BAPTIST MEMORIAL 
| 16th and Newton Sts. NW Schoo! 16th St. end Columbia Rd 
0:65 AM.— Adult Department | AND READING ROOMS IN The Rev. Stuart F. Gast, Rector 11:00 AM.—Morning Praver & Ser- Dr. Elbe . Interim Paster 
mon N WEEK—SUNDAY. FRIDAY 


rime 
a Con PQs & Building “Buddhism in Thailand’ Services at & 8:15 and 11:00 AM 


Mr. Chun Probha | W ITED,” 
a 1 Bee g2 Pe "Bore frobiame, Fecins GREATER WASHINGTON > 18th Street between P and Que, N.W. [i 8:45 AM—“VISIBILITY UNLIMITED,” Dr. Smith. 
Bsachnceey gocg, 5 -—~ Branches of The Mother Church, The First Church of | ST. THOMAS Near Dupont Circle 4) AM—<Bile Schoot Gtissiodary Speakers) 


tures , ‘ — A in ; 
Tinationa rossreads of Sletion Pletnee | Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts The Rev. Hareld Bend Sedgwick. Rector 11:00 A.M "OF. William Axling, Missionary to Japan. 
- ~ 11:00 AM.—Sunday School. 6:45 P.M.—Training Fellowship. Rev. Clifford Gates. Missionary te 


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4 rtance in | — 8:00 A.M.—Holy Communion. Gew Indians. 


$$$ | Shuttle bus operated SUBJECT OF LESSON SERMON JANUARY 29, 1956 11:00 A.M.—Morning Prayer and Sermon Friday, 8:00 P.M. | 8:00 P.M.—Rev. W. Neville Claxon, Missionary to Niceria. 
= Science fom 7 = |] LOVE | The Rector Parish House | MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY—6:30-9:00 P.M. 
where ample parking is available. Golden Text: 1 John 4:12. If we love one another, God dwelleth | Child Care in Parish House Rector Lectures on | Dinner, Missionary Speakers, Motion Pictures. 


| i “THE EPISCOPAL | “ 
First Spiritual Science in us, and his love is perfected in us. 6:30 PM.—Young Adulte Supper. Parish pia ta | Nursery pypvided for all services except 8:45 A.M. 


Rev. Ace W. Tindall, Pastor || : CHURCHES wr eden ddan en : | CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 


Private Appointments t a Overpass i shin Virginia Massachusetts and Wisconsin A N.W. 
ME. 8-0873—-CO, 51149 a 7 Wa aton, D. C. ST. ALBANS The Rev, David M. Otijeapie. Minister in Charee ; Sth and H Streets NW. . 
 sotritual Healing Message Meetings pode ar , . FIRST CHURCH FIRST CHURCH—Alexandrie 7:45 ei setiiind tal ree MPa Ps, Assistant » I Dr. Clarence W. Cranford. Minister 
* gn ues,. ars. 8 00 P.M. Columbia Rd. & Euclid St. N.W. 1709 Russell Raad Pepe mm By ye Be : a Chester H: Jones, Associate Minister 
Develeoinn "Clases Wea 8 PM. 8:00 Center Our SECOND CHURCH FIRST CHURCH—Arlington Wed. and Thurs. 10:90 AM-—Sioty Communion | Thomas Moss, Organist 
3160 Pennsylvania Ave. $.£. 6843 Little Falls Rad. ) Mr. Frank A. Heberlein, Minister of Music 


Assembly of God | THIRD CHURCH SECOND CHURCH—Arlington The Church of the Epiphany is: a sr. w.w. |] 9:00 and 11:15 AM—Worship Services. Speaker—Dr. Haakon Knud- 
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_ 13th and L Fp ~ er = Blvd. at No. THE REV. C. D. KEAN. Rector: REV. W. B. MACE Assdc.: REV. D. J. DAVIS sen, secretary of the Field Activities, Department of the Council, on 
T i it Ch ch "cas 30m @ N.W 6:00 AM.—Holy, Communion. 11:00 AM.—Church School & Wursery. Missionary Cooperation of the American Baptist Convention, 
Trinity ur pth tw Fy RF » H.W 11:00 AM.—Morning Prayer with Sermon by the Rev Edwin J. Rooney, |] 10:00 A.M—Church School—10:50 AM—Organ Recital 
Twelfth and Rhode Island Ave. N.E. 10-45 AM.—School of Religion. SHURCH 8:00 P M.—Evening Prayer with Sermon by the Rev. Edwin J. Rooney. | 6:00 P.M.—Interest group of all ages. 
REV. HERBERT.A. NUMLEY ne eed 1238 Slet St. NW, ’ | 7:30 PM.—VESPER SERVICE. Speaker—Rev. Ewell Payne, 
Minister 


COLLEGE PARK CENTER SIXTH CHURCH ASCENSION and ST. AGNES Missionary to the Cherokee Indians. 
Seennd. eS, 3° Ses: See 4441 Wis. Ave. N.W. Sun 12th and Nursery open during all services. 
11:00 AM.—Morning Worship. 4510 42d St. N.W. Wed. The Reverend James 5 hector : —Serv —Mr. Francis 


sens Sheds tend Ave, 2. 11:00 A.M.—High Mass and Sermon. | ' METROPOLITAN 


PIGHTH CHURCH FIRST CHURCH—Siiver in 6:00 P.M.—Evensong and Benediction. 
22nd % Jackson at R. L. Ave. Flower Theater. Sun. Sorin Daily Mass, 7 a.m., also Thurs. 9:30; Confession Sat. 4-5, 7:30-8:30 p.m. Sth and A Streets NE. 
Norman T. Chase, Minister of Music 


8722 Flower Ave. Wed. 
Nursery at All Services 
ALL SOULS MEMORIAL CHURCH te Bits cBender Otael 


HOURS OF SERVICES | 2300 Cathedrm! Avenue, just East of Connecticut Avenue N.W. 11:00 A.M.—Message. “The Church Ful- 
Sunday Morning Services and Sunday Schools at 11. Second Ch. Arling- Re Lert me oY es ee filling Her Mission.” 


ton, Sunday School also at 9:30. Sunday Evening Services in First 8:30 AM.—Holy Communion. Pe “Three 

=e og Fine ig aaron aS oy Alexandria at 8. Third and 9:30 and 11:00 A.M.—Church School, Bible Class. | sat dag on cae 
ourth Churches, Washington irst Church Chevy Chase, at 5. 11:00 A.M.—"MORE ABOUNDING.” Mr. Blackwelder. Dr. Rag yo iitenee  Giamentite “Holding Porth Life” 
Wototy aS oa “ a > South Carolina, Prectaa ee 

First Church, Arlington, and First Church, gant ay et 8:15; Fairiax 6:10 P.M—Training Union. 


Society first and third Wednesdays of each month. POWER SERVICE, 
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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
14 Saturday, January 28, 1956 ° 7 


- Army ‘Invades’ Naval Academy | 


Staff Photos by Bob Burehette 

IGHTY-FIVE West Point cadets of the second— or junior —class have joined 

the student body of the Naval Academy at Annapolis for the first of seven 
exchange weekends. At the same time 120 midshipmen are at West Point, par- 
ticipating in the study and extra-curricular activity of the Military Academy. 
dbove are two Arlington students, former schoolmates at Washington-Lee High 
School, whom chance brought together as host and guest at Annapolis. The mid- 
shipman is Arthur Spring and his guest is Cadét Charles Wheatley of 3407 N. 3d 
st. Arlington. 
At left Midshipman Douglas Barker points out the bell from the USS Enterprise, 
mounted in front of Bancroft Hall, which is tolled after every Navy football victory 
over Army. With him are Cadets George Richardson and Richard White and 
Midshipman Alan Hemphill. 4 


 & 


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Relaxing after the morning grind of classes at the Naval Academy yesterday are Midship- George Richardson sticks out like .. . well, a West Point cadet in thermo-dynamics class at Naval Academy. He attends classes 
man Forrest Hanvey and Cadet John Paul Dodson. with second-class midshipmen while other Annapolis “segundos” are engaging in same sort of visiting at West Point this weekend. 


Los Angeles and its suburbs were drying out last night after a rainfall of nearly 8 inches 
had brought the second worst flood to that area in its history. In the photo above a family is 
evacuated from its home in suburban Torrance. At right, firemen stand in 2 feet of water while 
fighting a paint shop fire at the 73-acre Ford Motor Co. plant at Wilmington, another suburb of 
Los Angeles. Both fire boats and fire engines were utilized in fighting the blaze. The fire was 
ignited by burning oil, which was carried into the paint shop by flood waters. 


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9 : 4 


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Americans Fare eur in Olympics 


Bob Addie’s 


Column... 


IN THE WARMUP for the Winter Olympics at Davos, 
Switzerland, last week, an item caught the eye of a dis- 
tinguished sports fan and world traveler, Justice Wil- 
iam 0. Douglas. 

The story, telling of the remarkable performances of Rus- 
sian athletes, mentioned that the men 
and women, who set six world skat- 
ing records last year, had trained at 
a “hidden Alma Ata Lake retreat.” 

The average sports fan pooh-poohed 
the Russian achievements. The theory, 
perhaps, was similar to the passage 
from Shakespeare's “Julius Caesar” 
when Cassius moans: “Upon what 
meat doth this our Cae feed that 
he is grown great’ 

Justice Douglas had a chance to 
first-hand, upon what meat the 
Russians have been feeding. He was 
Alma Ata last summer and was 


sar 


sv) 


ser. 


in 


Addie 


lie took one of Alma Ata and. as he 


describes it: “We climbed a dirt road about 16 miles south of 


Alma Ata and came to a smattering of conifers (trees and 
shrubs of the pine family) 
“Bulldozers near the lip of a canyon had leveled off an 


area which was flooded and used as a skating rink. Id say 
it corresponded to apple country. nestled in the Tien Shan 
Mountains. (Mountains of Heaven.) 


“| SAW MEN AND WOMEN practicing all sorts of events 
like the javelin, discus, high jump, dashes and such. They 
have what they call ‘pioneer camps’ in Russia. Kids from 
7 to 14 get a thorough sports indoctrination along, of course, 
with the usual, fundamental lessons in Marxist ideology 


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“These kids—and all athietes in Russia—get priorities 
The older ones. for instance. are excused from their jobs 
amd do nothing but practice their specialities. Soccer seems 
to be | nationa n Russia and you cant go into even 
the remotest village without finding a stadium built or about 
to be huilt 

\t Baku, on the Caspian Sea, | saw 80.000 people watc! 
Ing a soccer game. All over Russia it was the same way with 
every conceivable sport being grimly practiced. These peo- 
ple want to excel in sports, make no mistake about that. 
They're completely sports-mad. They mean to win the Oiym- 
pics—every event in the games—and they have trained their 
athletes with complete thoroughness 

Using sports as a sy¥mbol of national strength isn't, of 
course. a new idea. Hitler was obsessed with the idea of 
establishing Aryan supremacy for his Master Race through 
the Olympic Games of 1936 

WHEN MAX SCHMELING broke Joe Louis’ unbeaten 
streak in 1936, he was hailed as a conquering hero upon his 
return to Germany When Louis paralyzed Schmeling two 


years later, the affinity between sports and nationalism was 
conveniently forgoiten 

“The Olympic Games are supposed to be in the best inter- 
ests of sportsmanship and any relation to national supremacy 
is frowned upon, at least in small print. The original ideal 
of the Olympic Games was contained in the plan the ancient 
Greeks had when they declared a holiday from war during the | 
games. The athletes themselves may not put international | 
significance on the games but you can't cure the competing | 
countries of jingoism any more than you can outlaw war. 

The story about the Alma Ata retreat pointed up the grim 


‘heaven 


i brawl and Canada, 


Lawrence, 


Bobsledders 


And Hockey | 


‘Team Lose 


By Ted Smits 
CORTINA DAMPEZZO, 
Italy, Jan. 27 W—A well-fed 
German fraulein and Finland's 
skiing “iron man” raced to the 
first gold medals and America 
experienced her darkest Olym- 
pic hour today in the seventh) 
winter games. 
Ossi Reichert, 
Berlin cafeteria manager. 


women's giant slalom ski race. 
Veikko Hakulinen, a wiry Fin- 


jane lumberjack, became a re- 
even allowed to take some pictures. | 


Team Standings 


CORTINA D’ AMPEZZO, 
Italy, Jan. 27 W—The uwun- 
official team standings after 
two completed events in the 
seventh Winter Olympic 
games (based on 10 for first, 
5-4-3-2-1, etc.): 

l. Finland 10. 

2. Russia, 10. 

3. Germany, 19. 

4. Austria, 9. 

5. Sweden, 5. 

bh | 
7 

s 


ad 


. United States 
. Switzerland 2's 
. Canada 1. 


3. 


peat champion by winning the! 


exhausting 30-kilometer (18 
miles, 1128 yards) cross-country 
ski marathon 


a 30-year-old! 
de-| 
throned the United States” Mrs. | 
Andrea Mead Lawrence in the) 


Times agion 


Seoii: 


*” 


SATURDAY, JANUARY 


8, 


1956 15 


RR RR IO FR DE RO 
4. ae eae y ae 6 4” 


ne 
Nek ". 


They were the first titles de-| - 


cided as full-blown competition | 
began ) 

Snow fell like manna from! 
on the grim, starved 


peaks of these Dolomite Alps 


but even this could not bring 
consolation to the American 
camp, humbled in events in 


which it hoped to make a stand- 
out showing. 


U. 8. Hockey Team Upset,43 | 


The U. S. hockey team, rated 
just back of the favored Cana-| 
dians and Russians, was upse' 
by Czechoslovakia, 43, beaten! 
by a late goal, and now must 
whip Poland tomorrow or face | 


‘elimination in the preliminary 
‘round-robin 


In other hockey games Italy 


‘and Germany battled to a 22 
rue 


penalty-studded con- 
almost ended in @ 
the ee ite, 
clinched its place in the final) 
bracket by routing Austria by 
one of the most lopsided scores 
ever recorded in Olympic com- 
petition, 230 

And Russia outskated Sweden 


in a 


test that 


AND NEW CHAMPION—Germany’'s Ossi 
Reichert. right, is congratulated by Mrs. | 
Andrea Mead Lawrence, dethroned cham- | 


in Italy. 


Georgetown Ol ymptc 


Wins Os er 
St. Peter’s 


JERSEY CITY, N. 


CORTINA D' AMPEZZO, 
Jan. 27 ‘®—Here is the week- 
end schedule for the 1956 
Winter Olympic Games: 


Jan. 28 


Schedule Pa 


ne aa 


Associated Press 


pion, yesterday after winning the women’s 
giant slalom of the winter Olympic Games 
Mrs. Lawrence finished fourth. 


oe—_- —— a + SO - ———_—_— a + _— 


Demaret, 
Middlecoff 
‘Tie for Lead 


PALM SPRINGS, Calif., Jan 


Football 
Giants Move 


To Yankee 
| Stadium 


NEW YORK, Jan. 27 (®—The 
New York football Giants to-| 
day deserted the Polo Grounds 
for a 10-year lease at Yankee 


Stadium, starting next season 
amidst speculation that the 
baseball Giants also would 


move across the Harlem River, 
possibly by 1957. 

Bert Bell. commissioner of 
the National Football League, 
negotiated the stadium lease 
with J. Arthur Friedlund,| 
Yankee secretary and serene 
when unidentified persons 
fered $1 million for the Giants 
franchise based on the avail- 
ability of the stadium. 


“When they (Giants) turned 
down the offer,” said Bell in a 
mimeographed statement, “I 


urged them to accept the lease, 
because the future of the 
league in New York had to be 
protected and there was no as- 
surance a lease for the stadium | 
could be had again at a later 
time.’ 

Jack Mara, president of the 
football Giants, said the lease 
is for 10 years with a renewal 
option of 10 years. He said it 
was on a percentage basis, simi- 
lar to their deal at the Polo 
Grounds where the Giants have 
played since Jack's father Tim, 
acquired a franchise in 1925 

The baseball Giants’ lease on 
the property expires in 1962 
and there have been prelim- 
inary discussion between Hor- 
ace Stoneham, Giants’ presi- 
ident, and Dan Topping, Yan- 
‘kee co-owner, about a move to 
‘Yankee Stadium. Stoneham is 
in Arizona at the present time. 

Charles Freeney, Giants’ vice 
ipresident, said today the club 
‘would continue to play at the 
‘Polo Grounds. Although tick- 
ets have been printed for 1956 
and no change is contemplated, 


many baseball men freely pre- 
dicted the Giants would be 
playing elsewhere by 1957. 

Bell said various newspaper 
stories about the Giants’ future 
plans were a factor in his 
| move. 


| “7 was continually worried,’ 
he said at the Yankee office 


“If Mr. Stoneham should move 
to the Twin Cities or some 
place, or if the park - should 


not be available after the end) 


‘of the ball club’s lease, what 
iwould we do’? If 
‘should get shut out of New 
| York, it would be murder. And 
that’s not going to happen as 
long as I'm around.” 


FREE CUSTOMER PARKIN 


determinat the R ce J , sseat the United Stat ' ; Led by Sophomore ~ he Pich 7 ‘4 —Cary Middlecoff, with a 
etermination the Russians have to unseat the United States ‘to chalk up an easy 5 to litte Georgetown University ot Saturday brilliant display of iron shots, 
as king of track and field, the actual core of the Olympic victory and thus virtually as- Washington, D. C., defeated St eee ts Chetere ctintend pulled up eyen with Jimmy 
: . how. . ’ ’ ‘ . st ) 
Games. Whether or not there is any relation to the decadence sure — of a spot in the six Peters, 82-69, nere tonignt. fa —Twe-man bobsied. fnat sto VemMaret at the 36-hole mark of 
: am final. s, (N { le Waight ‘ 000 7 
of a country when it loses on the athletic fields, no one knows. ne nu 8 loss was a shock-|.. Pichette scored 18 points in Wash be: 4, "Bast Barttoré, Cone. an rm 9s if Thunderbird oes roa 
aA “ ‘ 
What is important is that the Russians think so and the |... + nak ,'the first half as the Hoyas Jog yy ae ergy ge ey, — tournament today, | 
ing unexpected setback for the ; each with a 133 total. 
’ ‘tory coul ave -omf b] “cus < sn 9) Vaulted to a 41-28 halftime lead, %. 3. snd Edsar Seymour, Rochester 
nuances of victory could have uncomfortable repercussions. Americans. who had won Zl Pict tte leved only briefly _. ¥ Middlecoff toured the par 
All this is beautiful irony when you consider the original |straight practice games. and fa led. ee ws be the aa oat a ggg =e. . . 36, 35—71 Thunderbird Country | 
. » , } S¢ , a) . ; 
purpose of the Olympics. Russia, thus far, has kept strictly ii feeling pte through ond half as Georgetown coasted No 5. entries.) sa \Club course in 35, 31—66, and 
on a quasi amateur basis in its sports and scorns as bar- — wale grange gy woh eye i wishaes tots) vet tecmeter (G46 yards. 2 Demaret, the first round leader, | 
an ro ) $ S ai os W , ; 
barians our athletes who engage in professional sports. But j.. ¢ina) whistle sounded.| 20¢ Missett, high-scoring cen- eee Planes: Ber Ken Went. with a gallant comeback on the | 
don't think the Reds wouldn't like to develop some comrade jp bot! ied ter for the Hoyas, made 17 Chtcage; William Carew. Madison. Wis.) 
I layers of tinh teams mie ints Georget . 5:30 a. m-—Hockey, Poland vs. United jinn» Demaret. New Yor 64 60—~133 
to knock off Rocky Marciano, because the heavyweight cham- |around, trying to trade punches. ommm 7 Ae Shh ees won - ners aes Cary Middlecoff, Dallas 67 66—133! 
ry : > agai si . _ . ; . } &hb— 1 34 | 
pionship of the world still is symbolic of tremendous physical Iwo men did. feats gb ha . aa . sod % aca ete —— Sollee ‘Merce. Bacth < arelina he so 136! 
achievement The fight was between Toni)” * ES BY TEE | 4 m—Hocker, Canads vs. Maly, [Bill Onden, Chicage - . 68 68-136 
| Biersack of Germany and Aldo ‘bred Hawkins, & 67 31—138 
et econ . _ . v G F F Geersetn St. Peters G F PF ' , | Byron Nelson, Texas 8 Fi—i3% 
IT’S INTERESTING to note that the Seventh Winter fen peed + each| 1 oS eter Geeweat s 32 cgi Mike Beuehah. New ork” 51 Gb-14s 
: Ee. ' 7 ‘ . : p.ayers a ee! at cn) ¢ | 17 Missettf S ay z ; a a. m.—Men's compulsory Aeure skat- “'S* Souchak, Ne if 69—1 
Games are being held in Cortina d'Ampezzo, a picturesque / other's throats throughout most 4 111 € ark uMentct | © 2 ik, ‘Ea, cation, Maver, Allen Jen: \ig Olver, Fietiaa os i2—180) 
, ‘ aetar : iz of he me. swingin and | smith.e Banas. 6 t 13 Jenkins. Colerad Sprincs. Cole: R id La@ Fargel St. Leuis 7h 70146) 
village in northeastern It ily, 18 miles from the Austrian } . a th t} : re a hen ; ‘ ee, , Sean i e 5 Frederick Reber ison. ~— | Reach. Cali) Be Wininger, Oklahoma 64 c 4°) 
border. Cortina is an ironic choice of the winter Olympics | #4@5%ng With thelr Sticks cm! @ 3 3 Masses Beckers 5 1 11 | (Free skating nals on Wednesday, Feb. cim, Fertier. Holinweed i ti 
ever they approached each’ 1 @ 2? Phillics.c Finng 3 612 *? oo, neg ow SSeS, 2) esl 
considering that this ancient village of 6000 people has ther . 2 2 6 Walsas ‘3 um — Giant slalom. men. (U.S. | Billy Maxwell —y w-- 38 seas 
— <— of — entrie Mi N oy 4a : 
known the passage of Roman legions, Goths, Huns, Lom- 3°: (2 Totals a 18 62 | Wallace Werner — My PT, por Sebert. Piertia pH bat > F 
bards and the Franks of Charlemagne | Mrs, @awrence Ties for Fourth | Saitwme serve: 4:-28, Georgetown. per BR,  ~ Corcoran. Westfield. N. J.) Welter Burkeme. Michigan 69 73—142 
apa , pws om Worese. &. Art Wall Jr.. Pennsylvania 68 74—142 
The National Geographic News Bulletin, issued by the Na- Mrs. Lawrence, a 23-year-old x 20 a O-meter speed hating. Simany Hines. vale Springs 63 38142 
; ; . > en ® ur lenge. Fi her alifornia 74—142 
tional Geographic Society, recently told of how Cortina has oo on oo, tear Prendase Suffers bars, Mass: Gene Sandvig, inneapelis. | Gene Littler. Paim Springs. 66 76-142 
s born ree chi . nn.; a cNamara nneapo 
been tossed back and forth for centuries. It has been Italian, ha ~ Minn.: Charles Burke. Chicago.) 
| ‘her double Olympic triumph Fractured Leg S00 6. tannSiee’s eaadined Gemetn -~— 
French and Austrian, Italy finally wrested it from the Aus- | four years ago, could finish no a. wee: tee Le bite nine, “posted 37, 32—69. | 
trian Empire in 1918 and now it stands as the latest Olympic | better than a tie for fourth in} MIAMI, Fla., Jan. 27 w—Les- Sait, ‘Gu tet ferns, Momtaswe city. Likable suhag lec ff er | 
site at a time when love thy neighbor is obsolesceni the giant slalcm while three|ter Bedwell, who was to train Meryie § geen Ey lerday -_ lddlecoff a G7 | 
ro the inenrable sports optimist. there is one ray of sun- Other U. S. contenders were|Prendase for the $100,000 Germens Thus the two go into tie 
| 7 rg by , ) ’ rms pb SIR far out of the running Widener and other Hialeah x +. 4. lee hechor, Cecchestovetia third round tomorrow with a 
hine in all | hletes hi Ye away | h . » a ee vr vs. an , oke 1} . , 
Rene i. oh Many athietes have come away from the Uncle Sam's two-man bob-|races, said today the Venezue- ete eee et ea 
vry . amee th, « . ‘Paneer : aioe carr? , . “ " : asia ‘ . , ; 
Olympic Games with a new respect for their competitors. | soqders Waightman (Bud)! !an champion horse has suf nearest challenger, Doug Ford, 
Just as the arts know no national boundaries, sports has | Washbond of East Hartford,'fered a broken leg. * whose 69 gave him 135 
broken down the barriers of chauvinism. Conn., and Art Tyler of Roches. Bedwell said he received the Sports on Radio-TY Tied at 136 a il Ogden of 
qs " r° , far r Y a « Vi 
rhe Russians may well discover that not all Americans are a Ped bi cette Rpm, Mow 6 * — -- om ogg oe ner, TELE VISION Anetta ted a. Uscen o 
) : eir two ope “un: ose iceardi, at Caracas COLLEGE | BA ~ . 
PF ’ Pe < y ~ : : . “ : SKETRALL—-Neor th weat- 
barbarians and gangsters just as United States athletes may Cortina’s twisting, 1700-meter| where Prendase was awaiting $* Mina nesota, WTOF-TV (Channeii Demaret gave the gallery a | 
: . yo eo . . 
realize that plain, old Ivan is, after all. the same sort of guy {] mile. 109 yards) hobsled clearance to fly he! ‘e. : Fs BASKETRAI iL—Syracucse vs St thrill. and almost stroked him- 
he himself is. To admit a man is as least as good as you are (track and dropped well back "CHAMPIONSHIP ROULING Rua. SCIf into the undisputed lead 
must be the basis of the one world the idealists espouse. | 0f the streaking Italians etlan eleee et Verte in match elim- with an approach to the 18'h) 
Now, let's give ‘em hell, team. An Italian jet pilot, worst Results RADIO green that left the ball 3% feet; 
i. _tioed Lamberto Dalla Cosia, NATIONAL MAGKETRALS. ASSN op HORSE RACING—Fifth and sixth from the .in- But when he 
outsped rivals from 15 NALIONS | yor Wayne 106 on St ' ke) and WUSTM 106.2 we). be Putted, the ball rimmed and 
‘with a total time of 2:44.45 on | Rechester 111 New York 93! tween 1:30 and 3:30 p. m. ‘all but cireled the cup and 


Results Huskies Fire : 


‘ | 
COLLEGE BASKETBALL (| the e 
Davis & Elkins 102 Concord (W a? 1é1 I Oo ' 
Ek. Caretina 79 W Carolina 48 ™ 
Geergetewa (iD C) o4, a - 20 ee 
: t > ‘a. , 7 : rw - 
ppnese, ae lyu Pa, a. .* popee a3 SEAT rLeE. Jan. 27 w—John- 
ars. ‘ 
1 it js -™houame Are ss ny Cherberg, center of a play-’ 
on | , J na 
Senta barter BE orn pilenvilie 21 er revolt that began in No 
r enieenyY ; 
Nebraska. 8 Wesleyan 61 y Kea mney @ vember, was dismissed today 
en “ a ; 
Rollins 30 cer 727 as head football coach at the) 
m Hall 57 Mentclair St ‘Tebrs. ne ried : 
Shivpensbure 97 Shewherd Teneners 7+ University of W ashington. 
} ay a eurerats 6) — — +t The di : d 
anter , r Y. : -< " . 
Rtenehii 3° Durter "Tech ra e aa Was announce 
Syracuse [0 ennecticuat *° ; in Ty 
Virginia Union 82 Morgan Si. 6° by Athletic Director Harvey 


Wake Perest #5 
, Washington 6% 
HIGH SCHOOL 


Seuth Careti 73 
qth Careline 7} Cassill after a conference with 


BASKETBALL Cherberg. He said the dismiss- 


Annandale 40 Metean *¢ al is effective Immediately. 
hia gem :bw 2 Dive od Male 3 Cassill said he took the ac- 
Capito!  e a ee ‘ach 4 OW under authority given him 
Cardore | ae weedwart Peet De by the university board of re- 
Dew i Anacostia @ gents at a Dec. 10 meeting at 
Fe } Helahts oe. Mace’s Lane S: which time it was decided to 
, Basscer 61 Laerel 6 retain Cherberg. 
St. Stephen's 20 | The regents gave Cassill au- 
St, John's @; thority to deal with the situa- 
non Menez 3] tion as he saw fit in the future. 
gy Suitland 32) The regents agreed to continue, 
i Columbian F ce gs] Cherberg' " on anlage upon? 
e coach's assurance t dif-| 
8 
“ig | Mhant Momaiviax fa \ficulties within the football’ 
‘Lee SS. Falls Church sa Program could be resolved 
Gaithersi@re 40 amicably. 


SERVICE BASKETBALL Cassill said it was his “con- 


ca ior hei sR sidered judgment” that Cher- 
hee Hg, lant 81 a berg had not satisfactorily re-| 
“hg , solved the problems which 
Quantico 5% *  Michiran shined Sigte 1 existed in pane He said, 
| iit appeared that the turmoil, 
« Benga’: wiaie 3 Heicconad 3, z'rather than subsiding, was in- 


ROCKEY ane 


MOCKEY 


Philadelphia” 3 
: AL ‘BOCKEY Eats 6 


n of the university |, 
2 not only in the athletic are 
bu. asa ani 


a|croneing, causing damage to the | P#d 


the two runs and his ‘only seri- 
ous challenger was a pint- 
sized teammate, Eugenio Monti, 
second at 2:45.26 

Washbond. with the 250 
pound Pat Biesiadecki of Ware 
Mass., at the brake, had runs 
of 1:24.82 and 1:24.15 for a total! 
of 2:48.97 giving him fifth place. | 
He slipped off the track on the 
first run. Tyler, accompanied 
by Edgar Seymour. of Roches- 
ter, registereed 1:25.41 and 
1:23.77 for 2:49.18. 


Russia, Finland, Germany Tied | 


The final two runs are sched-| SLED ist Run %4 Ran Riad 
uled tomorrow, with the cham-! } eed > t | yan aes Coste y eae + PS y 
pionship etermined on time) 3%. Switseriand Ne. | ‘Max Angst and Harry *Wastesten’ 1:24.58 bo DR ; ins x? 
totals. Only a miracle could | - leah et ae pam @ and Vincente perterteas) 1:24.81 1:33.93 2:46.58 
"Matters ease ap Pwey ees 6. United Stntes Ne. 2 (Arthur Trier and Edgar Sev- sey yt mag 
to worse for the Americans,| {-Sefiediad'\e tite Qtocs ted Meamthemnen) (208 12s Fhe 

| In. 9%. Suetan 6. = ‘ ima a sen an nag ms) 1:75.64 :344 T.1 
Which U.S stars are favored, |{i German’ sso! (diate Regsihknd, anges, Niewgr,. taede FSKR Et 
takes the ice Sunday. 2. ‘Sustris No. 1 (Paul Aste and Heinz dsser) 26.32 a3.a 332% 

Tomorrow the Russians are|it desis Mo iter Mpetey MEA fesiteras)-: Va048 [anes Fabdt 

favored to finish 1-23 in the 15 France Ne. | ‘Andre Rebin and L, Grosse) 2741 Seka: Sagat 

kilometer (6 miles 376|}* fons \e.2 :Sigian GogelasMwater'arnaan’™) lias 1am ita? 
yards) ladies’ cross-country ski/ is: Brcden SS, 1, (She tahencase Martirn Bases) Fics! 1akgs Gants 
race and sweep honors in the | 13: ROMAR*NS° ¢ (Relaat Aivebers and All Dyrdabl). 1:29.04 1:87.93 2:36.93 


500-meter (546 yards 2 feet)! 
speed skating, won last time: 
by Chicago’s Ken Henry. The) 
‘Italians f to serene | 
their rout in the bobsled event. 

Miss Reichert’s victory in| 
the women’s giant slalom came 
surprise although 
the German girl rates as one 


iis Saseielidion’ ee 11, Col, 1). 


Winter Games in Italy 


Olympic Summaries 


CORTINA D'AMPEZZO, Italy. Jan. 


27 .»—Summaries of 


jnight, 


lery favorites, 
,ond hole when the wind carried 
his ball out of bounds, 


hung on the lip 
It rained heavily during the! 
but none today and the} 
course was remarkably dry 
Mike Souchak, one of the gal-! 
bogied the sec-| 


where 
it struck a parked automobile, 


the second day competition in the seventh Winter Olympic ‘bounced and hit an electric cart! 


Games: (Top ten placers in all events, with all United States jand 


placings): 


Two-Man Bobsled 


(1700-Meter Course; first twe ef feur runs) 
Total 


Women’s Giant nner Men’s Cross-Country Ski aeere waters here for sail- 


ptse rds) 
Fin 


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tied at 140 with three others. | 
Snead Accepts | 
‘iF ishing Challenge 
Of Ted Williams 


WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. 
Jan. 27 ‘*®—Slammin’ Sammy 
Snead today took the bait prof- 
fered by Slugger Ted Williams 
and agreed to a private fishing 
duel. 

The golfing expert and the 
baseball expert will meet Mon- 
day and Tuesday to beat the 


Williams flung the first chal- 
He told Bounce Ander- 


fish derby, last week that he'd 
like to get Snead into a private) 
fishing contest and, in fact, 
Offered to—“put-up a gross 0! 


take all.” Snead then 


the league) 


MeGuire in Line | 
Lapchick 
Quits as 


Knicks C oach 


NEW YORK, Jan. 27 (*»—Joe 
| Lapchick, who brought the tra- 
‘ditions of the original Celtics 
into modern professional bas- 
‘ketball, today gave up on the 
‘nerve-wracking business of pro 
coaching 

His resignation as coach of 
the New York Knickerbockers, 
to become effective at the end 
of the National Basketball As- 
sociation season, was followed 
by strong indications that Uni- 
versity of North Carolina Coach 
Frank McGuire may succeed 
him and that Lapchick may re- 
‘turn to college coaching. 

McGuire, now visiting in New 
‘York and who followed Lap 
chick at St. John’s University 
in 1947, is regarded as the logi- 
cal choice of the Knicks. 

Ned Irish, executive vice 
president of Madison Square 
Garden, said he had not talked 
to MeGuire about the job and 
probably would not make a 
decision until after the NBA 
season 

Lapchick, 56, said he was 
quitting because of the strain of 
constant travel and the long 
NBA season. Then he pointed 
cut that a college coach can 
stay at home most of the time 
and has only about 25 games as 
compared to 90 or more for the 
| pros 

Now in 


the middle of his 
ninth season as Knickerbocker 
coach. Lapchick said he had 
been considering resigning since 
early this season. decided defi- 
nitely after traveling some 6000 
miles last weekend and an- 
nounced it immediately to al- 
low more time to plan his fu- 
‘ture 
| He said he might stay in bas- 
ketball, possibly as a college 
coach but wouldn't decide un- 
til he had talked things over 
with his family. 

“IT have an obligation to my 
family,” he said. “They've beets 
urging me to quit for two years. 


I don't sleep and you fellows 
who have traveled with me 
know how little I eat.” 


Lapchick broke into pro bas- 
ketball with a Yonkers team 
and ultimately joined the orig- 
inal Celtics in 1922 

In 11 seasons as coach at St! 
es s. his teams won 181 and 
lost 53 games 

In eight seasons with the 
Knickerbockers the club has 
finished first in the NBA East- 
ern Division twice. The current 
Knickerbocker club has been a 
disappointment. After a promis- 
ing start, it slumped to a 21-20 
record with 31 games still to 
play. 


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THE WASHINGTON POST: 
and TIMES HERALD 
Saturday, January 28, 1956 


16 eeee 


W-L Triumphs 


W aketield 
Wins, 46-35, 


Over F airtax 


Wakefield High moved into| 
third place in the Northern! : ; 
Virginia Group I basketball), @°"24ga stunned St, John's, 

: Ye the area’s top-ranking high 
league with a 46-35 victory over school team. with a 57-52 up- 
Fairfax last night at Wakefield.| set Jjast night in Richie Co- 

In another Group I contest, |}jcoum in a Metropolitan Cath- 

second place Washington-Lee 


, Olic League Division I game 
whipped Falls Church, 55-38, at alaved ll 3000 . 
Falls Church. t 


vane | In a Division Il preliminary, 
George Washington High, idle|St. Anthony walloped Priory, 


NORTHERN VIRGINIA STANDINGS 


St. Anthony 
Rolls Over 


~~ _ 


By Herman Blackman 


Staff Reporter 


' 


CATHOLIC LEAGUE STANDINGS 


‘Greup i) piv. 1 priv. 
ria L L w & 
Gee. Wash & © Annandale | § Goeneage 6 DeMatha et 
ash -Lee 5 Falls Church i 5 St. John’s " | Gee. Pres > a 
Wakefield ‘ Mt. Vernen 1 & John Carrell @ ist. Antheny’s 7 1) 
Pairtax | Priery ae 
Mackin 0 z 
last night, holds the league’. ‘ 
R g 59-36, after stepping off to a 


lead with a 60 record 
Al Lederle, an All-Northern 
Virginia football selection last 


41-8 haiftime advantage ) 
Clever Tom McCloskey and | 
steady Billy Sheahan were the! 


Top-Ranked St. 


> 


Priory, 59-36 


John’s Surprised by Gonzaga, 57 to 52. 


In PGA Seniors 


St. Albans 
Wins Over 
Columbian 


Unknown 


Black Has 
68 tor Lead 
sal 


. wit DUNEDIN, Fla., Jan. 27 
’ wee goes ea se Unheralded William Black of 
one snee 6 Eenue rt ¥ Save tuntsville, Ala., clipped four 
St. Albans a 61-59 victory over strokes off par today and took 
Columbian Prep yesterday at a two stroke lead in the first 
‘St. Albans. ‘round of the National PGA 
| The shot, pumped in from Seniors golf tournament 
‘outside the foul line gave the Black shot 34, 34—68 over 
‘Saints a 60-59 lead. Parker Har-|the 6309-yard PGA course here, 


irell scored a foul shot to give|Where par is 35, 37-72. 


St. Albans the two-point deci-| Tied for second at 70 in the 
sion. |54-hole tournament were de- 

Porter Shreve led St. Albans fending ¢ehampion Mortie Du- 
with 22 points, and Harrell con-|tT@ from Calexico, Calif., and 
tributed 13. Forward Bobby Pete Burke of Huntington, N. Y. 
Burtnett was high for Colum- Dutra shot 34—36 and Burke 
bian with 16. registered a pair of 35s. 

St. Albans was rebounding! The competitors in this 17th 
‘after losing its first game of annual tourney must be at least 
ithe season last Tuesday to Wil-/50 years old 
‘son, 59-55. The win was the, _ Black, 51, owed his advantage 
‘eighth for the Saints. Colum- chiefly to near-perfect putting. 
bian now has an 0-4 record. On the other hand, that point 


fail at end, paced Wakefield nd . | men's Cal. P a y y Of the game brought trouble 
With 15 points. Berry Clark led ate rs Gs sixtrennes Gem i“ " ie"Epelert Burinettt & 6 16/tO many of the favorites, Gene 
| . zaga pulled out its come-from- | 4 & 18 Harretit Smith 6 @ If : 
Fairfax with 13 ethene. ale > © 6 Grar.t Revanef © © 6 Sarazan, winner two years ago 
i behind victory with a last half . e 0 6 
" Washington-Lee High led surge. Both scored 17 points | ° . = —— —o- : 2 Gand tied for second last year, 
Falls Church all the way but, 7). speedy Johnnies jumped |e ¢ ® Olds.< Boeckiere 1 @ 2 took 77. 
never held a comfortable lead .@ 14, 9 19.7 lead and then 1h § S fesse pieneers 0 1 1| Fred McLeod of Columbia 
until the last quarter. It was started fading as Gonzaga shook : ° ; os mew ie 4 2,3 Country Club, Washington, D. 
37-31 after three periods of of 4 case of stage fright and| ® © © Webers .C., winner of the 1908 National 
play. started battling fot the re-| 139 6 Totals +4 ii 59 |Open shot a 41, 44-85. 
F ; G pekenas* "eral : r ; bounds. At halftime, Gensaes | ee pt hice a 44 34a 
ri jeteon oRagttet i : lad choppe e Jonnnies iea rs -.. pte v- or i 
: 715 Lederie Derward 6 : to two points, 24-22 sa ) Sherwood Wins Easily Frank Strassa Conn is te— it 
$i inn Perk 4 313. With McCloskey hitting from PE Miiwces «= “PittheneS 6 © Harry Neislebiatt. Conn. <°: Se 35-1 
2 2 6 Lockman Kins | © 2 in close and drawing frequent 3 © 6 Russell Weavers 1 © 2\ Time Bure, Okie 2° 3 
Tp 14 46 Tetal« 1” 15 35 fouls. which he converted ; : B emece* $ena 0 | te David Hendry. Pa. s? pi hens 
Halftime seore: 24-15. Wakefield , . ; | & £15 Zeck.c Athey.c 5 919 2087 Manere. Conn, 87 36-—73 
: steadily, Coach Tommy Nolan's | ® @ @G Themocen.c Jannevc © 6 © Tom Mahan. Mass . 3 38-73 
“o> © Steele gp Glambattists.t 6 Sat Gonzagans pulled into a 24-24 . By Charles De! Vecchio. Staff Photographe- > 3 SE thes pa my 3 4 £a De oq soeding Pos " 36 amet 
Bi ae Rustad? © © tie and then moved ahead et} TACKLE HIM, MEN—Parker Harrell of St. Alban’s takes gta * | @ © @Mutcheson.s Boricbich.c 4 1 9 ples Siantos. Fis. = 73 
<2 © © Lousnes! Johnsen.t? © @ 28-27 for the first time on @ off like a ball-carrier in an open field in yesterday's basket lumbians is in hot pursuit. Harrell gets the shot away for | | 0 7 Gand». Weltresg © 8 © Frank Kringle, Mass. a4 39—13 
=e | STaee - Ames.c 0 oe one-hander, by mage? ball game with Columbian Prep. Billy Burtnett of the Co- a basket and St. Alban’s went on to score a 61-59 victory. | i 3 § Aiea.« Denny Shute. Akron ; 3 sa 8 
- weres.¢ olmen.e © St. John’s was unable to —.. ndiciiieiiaariatiignicanimanate ————ne | SF SS , Poot 
» 4 ® 8 hreene ‘ kretle 3% ¢ & . 123 Teta 181758 . : 
2 i,SRaste..  Malieneo 8 S catch up and as the game; 3 “aitlime score 33-01 sherwood, | Marlene Stewart 
~ @ 1 i Fieldse Mertree! 1 gs neared its conclusion the ow : 
r Yancy e © © Johnnies were fouling constant- Sasscer Beats Laurel Beats Dot Kirbv 
ee ~———Iv in an effort to gain posses- an a © P fence tearel G FP ‘ B 
ro 11 54 Tetals 141038 4 ah 4.0 Merson! 3 0 6 
Halitime score: 31-18, Weeh-Lee. (sion of the ball § 2.8 gem, ~ Jehnt 6 2 2) FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla 
| Gonzaga now has a perfect 4 218 Edelen t weet i © 2/355 27. w—Marlene Stewart 
9-0 season record; St Johns “ HAR @ & © Jackson.e srmon-e , gf Of Fonthill, Ont., trailing by 
. 7 eips.¢ 4 
Bladensburg, is 10-1. | e¢ 6 Beane. ,  Mebdees puithree holes with only six left 
Oo F PSt. Jebn's Gonutaca G r r 2 2 ' eC ielian, ey o to lay. rallied to beat Doroth 
| Sifter Sent! 2 Winners Tie New Haven Player Tends Goal Golden Gloves|sia run sexe Kirby of Atlanta 2 and 1 in the 
orthw estern 0 . ‘ Ditton. Hotmann.t | ; : . . | "Seore at halftime 32-81, Sasseer, | quarterfinals round of the Hel- 
rs - piiitees Sasso Wye for MacDonald Leads Lions C Sittin : \Chaaberin Reape locwn 

/ ‘Tied| ii ime: dct? Wilson for AAC , benteteer shihenahatan tee PTT rete phre 

In. ay ] Z| 1 1 SRrane Ferrelle i © 2 . G F PChamb'lsie Weedward F G Ld Pr In other quarterfinal matches, 
° BB Bein or , O ‘ P] iT | | ] ° 4 3 0 T . } ohh raters! eit = i:3.Joanne Goodwin, Dartmouth, 
—— _ i — a 57 j 27 ; seell ‘ 

Northwestern High and Blad-'""fiiPime score: 24-22 St. John's. A \ 4 est Lead ver LLLaGe pP tld, 7 pens one il 4 '2 16 Meorman.e Tenors ‘ ; ; vor dl "Sadineie 7b cad ae 
_ 2 : - . A arter. alepes.«£ J* ' Vs 
#nsbdurg remained tied for the ar P Priets Sa Anthony's G FP ‘ ; ieee 6 Fisher.s Pierces © 2 2.\Cookie Swift Berger, Buffalo 
Bi ounty Basketball League 3 2 & Raiph.t Wilson.t 5 4 14 By Jerry Davis PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 28—With New Haven’s Murray Dodd, [en Kanthal and Roy Louw- —+- a is 6371N. Y.. beat Wannie Sanches. 
alead last night, as Northwestern| } 5 $aarual eer. SS eae tao shay the league's best goalie in the nets, the Washington Lions de... , couple of rugged heavy- ; : Baton Rogue eee aon 8 and 
seat out Suitland, 54-52, and) @ © Ssundermerert Bali oe a i at an _ feated the Philadelphia Ramblers tonight, 43. | ahts r +t. 2 ee al Herndon Wins. 51-45 puorn Dobbins St. Lowis. de 
sBladensburg defeated defend-| 6 © @Simpsen.c MacDenaide 3 © 6 1° the rock and roll screams odd sybstituted for Goalie Jack Spencer who had his left W@'8"*S, Wi! meet in 4 specia “* inal in ab i feated Charlotte Desonen. Mi. 
Sng champion Montgomery) % 2 ,? HeCushere = MeNveady-e | 5120f about 1500, Cardozo High's ear sliced into two sections in Wednesday night's game in Wash-five-round bout tonight at Ft.) 9 7% Qmesm Simmens.t § 218 ami Beach. 2 and 1 ain 
Blair, 6751 1 ¢ 2 Glandreses ares’? ® 8 hit-and-run basketball team | ington Myer where the opening show| 3 },* eck! Fics 4 $11| In the tournament's third 

In another league contest Be-) 6 6 6 Bransen. Devoe 5. 7 raced to a 65-58 upset over Dun- Spencer, who had 55 stitches, ; Paes ‘ of the 1956 Golden Gloves tour-| ° | | woes 4 @ s round, Miss Stewart defeated 
- | Greenweld.g ? ' > bar last night at McKinley will be back in the nets Satur- Lions, Clippers Expect \nament gets under way at 8:30 1 2 4 Geriss ____.|Mrs. Maurice Glick, Baltimore, 

BI-COUNTY STANDINGS yt -t- o2 16 bo. ee ee ; p. m. a4 Totals 21 951 ee ee ee er eT 
on wit i w 7 SS ae ja tery mR snate | Tech. day night for Washington. | Record Crowd Tonight Theath Wentted sad Lowen pg 5 ots : 
Bindensbure 4 iMieh Point =f 4 yyy Co | The triumph advanced Car-) Center Marlowe MacDonald hi are not eligible to compete for|\Coy Leads LaPlata ON THE AIR! 
S$ 2 Suitland o 4 teaion «< — naga .| dozo into a tie with Wilson for who has been hampered by in- ak tk i eae eee “ Golden Gloves titles, they will GFP LsPints | sintacher S rr STARTS TODAY 
' ; e n e r ; ‘ j : » R ! ? . : 
siieals: al 1 i gHorsite? wv Trait? i $ 8 the Interhigh League West Di- juries, had his best night of Washington BC. te om be fighting for the champion-| 6 4°¢ Abeit Drinkard.t © © 6 DIRECT FROM 
thesda-— hevy Chase beat High 4 *%10 Armetreng Hevie.f @ & F . ’ Ss ng 0 ; . - is x ship of a new military division & 6 18 Cey.¢ Sprecue’ 1 8 7 
Point. 61-51. ® © 8 Ghddels.f Herlebuss.f® © © vision lead with a 40 record. the year as he scored two goals.’ pected for tonight's Eastern |,qded to the tournament this! * ;1: geet, “Steet? 3.f HARLES TOWN 

Bob Thomas’ goal with 10 sec-s © 0. 0 Quinter.c Costello.s 4 1 3) — - PlayerCoach Stan Warecki Hockey League battle be- | year. Se Peds BEE C 
onds to play gave Northwestern! 3 $'}S%ncs Thompeon.s 5 313 INTERHIGH STANDINGS and Center Steve Smith made tween the Washington Lions There are three other sec-| meskknn 63 8 Sth and 6th 
its fourth triumph in five league; 3 ®@ § Marshberne ) EAST WEST ee } . and Baltimore Clippers at itions of the tournament, sub-|——— —— = : 

~ : © 6 6 Powers w , wt Wa hington s otner score: ' " S165 Totals 21 349 FEATURE RACES D 
starts. Thomas put Northwest-| @ @ 6 Crews an an SENSES £ © Witcon : 3| The Lions were still without Uline Arena at 8:30 p. m. \novice, novice and senior. In| "Sue score: tht? LaPlate : » Daily 
ern ahead, 52-50, with 30 sec-\Gim Totals Tey tb eS -_ tau | More than 5000 are expected. (tonight's show there will be,| ; ; | Between 2:30 & 3:30 P.M, 
onds to play but Rudy Calub| @slttime score: 26-18, Wheaten. or. = siete } #the services of their No. 1, The homeless Clippers, [besides the Kanthal-Louson af- Anacostia Loses | 
tied it for Suitland, winless in| . Eastern: e 2 Western : : scorer Fern LaPointe and No. 3 oe ee — in |fair, 14 sub-novice and novice) g Fy PDeMathe Anacestio G F FP 
four Bi-County games \Pv ac ‘ tec seas scorer Dan Morgan. LaPointe altimore after last Sundays (bouts. — | & SieBsterenet Neirnto@ 0 

Carroll Johnson led North- Pastrano, Spleser | ‘e enters Washington's top line Washington-Baltimore game, | Winners in the senior divi- he he Bt covects =  s 
western with 23 points, while ‘Dunbar was dropping its first;© ' will be playing their last son of the tournament will not’ 3 6 6 Cage.e brishe 2 o 4 1120 AM DIAL 106.3 FM 
Bob Campbell and Stan Shriver: Box Dull Draw game of the season after win-' and Morgan plays wing on the game of the season here im only earn titles but a chance to ’ ’ 2 peaee.e “+ _ e ; 
each had 15 for the losers. ning seven straight, first line, one of hockey’s hottest rival- compete in the April Olympic! 2 ? 7 fericere Stallings! ) oO 5 

GF P Northwestern Suttead GG rr MIAMI, Fila. Jan. 27 “| Dunbar was ranked third! Washington ae, @ 2 Bee) Pies, tryouts in Boston as well. pie Andersons © © © 
$8 threat. Cert e auifancy Willie Pastrano and'among area schoolboy teams Fhils¢elpbis oe Se Y | Ft. Myer has a seating ca isis Totals 16 10 42 j 
1% Shindsiit .  Meintosme @ 3 3/Chuck Spieser fought to @ this week; Cardozo was fifth. in nene’ Pailedslobia-—Art Dorrington pacity of 4000 and a parking lot, “*me ‘sere! 8-88 Andrews Congratulations 
. 3 3 Soules. xa Sale 8 . o/ Craw tonight in a — od The game wasn't entirely one ee ei eR 4 , jcapable of taking care of 1000 Annandale Wins to 
o 8 @fahelente Pcamees 3 5 gi twice had the audience ciap- completed when officials de- Kelly (ripping) (S:06,  Philedelphis— W atson Shoots cars. Prices are $1 and $2, | @ © © decent wclees GPP 
7S SCs Schmidte 3 612 ping for action. 9 ld New| cided to call it quits, With four SECOND PERIOD SCORING: Wash. | SUBNOVICE DIVISION | 2 11 Gainest Wilsont® 2 2 2 
on im ha 16 on RO Pastrano, the 0-year-0 New ’ % incton—Stan Warecki (unassisted). 5:20 1i2-peund class—Nathanic! Tavier| * 5 1! Elgin te! 3 7 
RiIAS T Is } 20 5° . y , 5 . iw « > 
see eccrer tire Weethuedees |Orleans hotshot, was never able seconds remaining to be played, ght ST, 6l, Bolts Into (Zortpuess B. ©.) ve. Sbcekem Jehuese S 8 otcariat sdbiest i © 3 
Grrns-cc inte » Peint G F eto take charge until the final a Cardozo player was fouled Casey). 3:00, ne ee 7 ae | am s Pe | 126-peund clase—William Wises 1 ® + Zoune.f qeeman.c 2 : . 
$ 410Sandersont — Baker.s 10 1 21 round, when he cut Spieser’s | #94 the spectators thought the) ey ep Eniladelphia—Bifl Grenon Lead in Jamaica | (Tab posed siete —-Benele “Bann. | 1 @ 2Stedere” Stapleng 1 3 & 
& “T 14 Steininger.f Biripling.«c © 6 O ’ ~ . . game was over when the Horn! <triopine). 2:44. . ’ | thee Cheb Ne 13) vs. Charlies Russeti| 9% © 18 Hewitt.«c Cornelia? @ 6 
& 117 Lamend, Veedenk.c © 1 1 left eye with a slashing two-' * er THIRD -PERIOD SCORING—Washing-| (Merrick Clab); Bill Bordenave (CYO)| @ t 1 Ds Basremian.c 6 6 6 
S 52 cecrmewns- Browns & I Pi fisted *k sounded for a substitute to €M-\ton: MacDonald (Frank Toveta, Kelly).| 1 INGSTON, Jamaica, Jan. 27 ys. David Hell (Police Club No. 13);| 1 | 3 Richardson. 7 
® © © Tuckers Sages : } : isted attac - G fried a ter the game Tea] pore? nag - 4 a Bnd . = ows . ‘ Thomas Cunard (CYO) ws. lin May-| ° . 8a nes t 
' ay.t : 4 , 7 ) :32. ade a: rrington i , s V ; £ 
" Bouman! 3 3 9 Aetce 0 t00h hen Pag se With most of the crowd on (Maroney). 19:8 _ PENALTIES— Wash. | #—Larry Watson of Ardsley (Serthesst a She. fae eee | & 6 6 Mablers 
-_- — io -_-_—_—— ' . ’ sanan si n the g). 5:2 . ; r (Oly ; ’ —— = _—-— 
we Ol ne score tees p.c.c | *'|Fred Aaronson gave it to Spie- the floor, it was impossible - delphia; Reg Meserve (tripping), 8:59.,0N-Hudson, N. Y., tied the ; 147-p nand clase —Edmand Brown (ne, | 25959 score ete annand’yt? ' 
. me sco 51-2 : . ose , ! ° ~18, ale. 
rome » p ser, 96-95. Judge Stu Winston aa foul — to oe re course record with a 30-31 ead -— @ tt: fearon, 8 (Nore ' 
S cb feiler  _vromant S 9 @ called it a 96-96 draw and the|**'er Several minutes of wall Louis FI d 'a 130 total and the lead in the |, !60-poand class—Renald Stone (CY) 
1 2 4Rjohnsonf Clements.f 4 9 ® Accociated Press also voted it) '™8; Officials called the game. Outs oored, ~ nm.| Alvin Green (Northwest A. C.) vs. Eé- - ies 
oo O bchmidi-t ete 8 Tien can a “| Tom Stephens, Al Dutch and : Jamaica Open Golf Tourna ward Brown (St. Joseph's Bors’ Club) ICE e 
aller row ° . . Jie . . 75- * ‘ 
e a ES orpadales Sevens. } : S - even, . oe | Johnny Jones sparked Cardo- Awards VW restlin ment. Joseph s ew es B- 
2 i & Robinson ° Smithe 3 | 7 B li , P é re | zo’s offensive, hitting mostly on '* . . £ The sizzling round over King- cenrearen S. S.5. aw kale | HOCKEY a ta 
Po ftaimse = pees 8's DULLS Prep Wins | jump shots from the outside Vatcl Rog ston’s Spring Club layout en-| 147-pound  clase—Mervin Dandridge | 
© 3 S&S Mallev.e Fauncese © 0 © iSte p h @n« scored 2] points, ‘ ale ito ogers . . : , (Seutheast ‘ House) . Sam Glenmere 
} 1 & Rabbit« Daniele 4 311 . . ' labled Watson to jump fFoM |(St, Jeseph’s Club); Jack Parker (CY) | T Hi he H. EDWIN COLE 
St sinistwe yess 3 3|Over Bainbridge {Dutch 14, and Jones 13. | rormer heavyweight boxing|éighth place in the first round |i ,6i, Stead MEnts cy isces| 
—— sont — Lar’ in peakete  cattinate Joe Louis was floored|*® ® two-stroke margin over) Stevens (northeast & C1 winse,| ULENE ARENA The top salesman in our 
79 29 6 Totals isi55i| BAINBRIDGE, Md., Jan. 27.|player in  Dunbar’s starting champion Joe Louis was floored | 1104. charpshooting pros—Her-|(Nerthwest A. Cvs. Charles Harvey | ; = Washingtea. D. C.. Asenc 
Unbeaten Bullis Prep of Wash-' lineup at 5 feet 10, emer a last night in the wrestling fea- man Barron of White Plains,| “re 4. ©). | Ww A cor P hos for th h ‘ De 
. . . ? ington, D. C., defeated Bain-' losers with 28 points. He scored ture at Uline Arena before aiN. Y.: Chick Harbert of North-| ) as n on ons or the month © ecem- 
Smith Sets Mark bridge Prep, 93-67, tonight for! half of his total from the foul crowd of 3625 paid iville, Mich., and Roberto pe|Hoad Beats Rose, on | ber. This achievement, 

; its eleventh straight victory. line, ' 'Vicenzo of Argentina Charlie | . j li | slong with his experience 

: Ins . Pr f G F P Dunbar Cardose GF P| Referee Louis went down on . yen F aes. . 4 =. Baltimore C ppers 

ith A6 Ol Frank Delano scored 35 points,| 7,4 .. W x ae 4 Bassler of Baltimore, had al ) | ad 

I nts and Dick Kepley 25 for Bullis ‘i 2 Woodruit JJones.t 4 B13 a punch from-.Cowboy Rocky 73, 139. Ga ns Semifinals | Ticket Reserrations | ne poser a 

Ducie Smith, brilliant center), FF Bullis Fr. Bainbridce Pr. G F P| i 6 2 Snow, stephens.c  121\Hi Lee. The Brown Bomber | BRISBANE, Jan. 27 #—Lew Call Li. 7-5800 Pe os grecredasate 3 cou 
for Fairmont Heights, scored 46) 1 2 4 Furer:f Darrow! 1 4 616 % OBrownans, Browns 2 © 4:promptly jumped to his feet. ,. " ‘ Hoad gained the singles semi-'* ae a eee: ee 
points last night as Fairmont! ,} ? 5 Batcs! Periiliot 1 2 2/0 _! 1! Zeliiegtter.s soothe ~——\and disqualified the Cowboy Jimmy Foxx Named |gnais of the Australian tennis to -his friends and clients 
@iefeated Mace’s Lane High of| ! 9 2 Kralles.« urkley.c 3 2 8/20 18 58 tals 24 15 65). ! ‘ . + SP ie . championships today by beating Ba0 RACE TRAIN | im this eres. 

— Bridge, Md., 98-62, at! 6 0 "8 Leltnses Fbcricin.s | 575) Seeeee coten, te" Condes: inh to Heinen that Rooms ‘rst Miami Baseball Coach |yervyn Rose, 3—6. , te CHARLES TOWN | 
‘airmont. 19 9 teed. os 2 2 te | , : im 6—2, 9—7 , 

. ye s Marche © 2 2 Ceorgetown Prep Rolls | In other matches, Bo Bo Bra-| MIAMI, Fla, Jan. 27 ® Pe a : 
Bah CROMER & ROW tls a Totals misesl ae ce et ueon @ y pizil defeated the Masked Golden|Jimmy Foxx, a member of the| America’s Herbie Flam, who James D. Bligh, Jr., 
dividual scoring record for Fair-|” aittime score: 50-44 Bullie Pres. S rr Georsetows Soh. @ Ft Terror, Billy Darnéll pinned|Hall of Fame, was appointed already won a spot i the sin-|f ts Reckwite. . ** * Genera! Agent 
mont. Vince (Beau) Brummel % S Sls kecsere’ = Marphrt 2 2 $| George Buchman and the team/baseball coach at the Univer-|gles, advanced to the mixed . 

‘scored 30 points for Mace’s Andrews Wins 6 3 STeffinewellf Clarksone 4 ® ®/of Ethel Johnson and Kathleen|sity of Miami, athletic director|inals with Mrs. Thelma Long) 3408 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. 
© 8 8! Mars . . as ' , : : 
— . wel care nN ‘ ay 6 315 Carrell.c yess giz Wimbley defeated Babs Wingo|Jack Harding announced today. of Australia. The wsardgeen, ) EMerson 2-9150 
an, Shee ere eta re No. 23 by 107 to 70 7 @ 14 Hollandsworth.s and Louis Green in an Austra-| Foxx, who lives here, will/team beat Bob Bowman and 
Th $16 Weterne uit? 6 4 ba lac ) en - Seated Ts 430, Uan tag team match, take over the team this spring.| Ann Cheildow, 6—2, 7—5. Ken 
. ; @ & Younss Weems 1 3 5|, Going over the 100-point mark/25j9.90 | Teta |. Geometoun!| Rosewall and Neale Fraser were 
6 414 Perrys motimithc 19 8 46 for the tenth time this season, | prep. ) already in the semifinals. 
. . Birds & 313 the Andrews Air Force Base p R “Rell | 
; awhin«.c Flyers defeated Bainbridge es Beat Be | , WN : : 
Shares 3 1 7 
; Bents © ® ® Naval Training Station, 107-70. Ang = Pac ann pen a Tommy Richardson Speaks North Carolina Lists 
2 Aa . 38 2° On ; ric.| ‘ f J £6 618 ) , 
ee _ night to erg herr 23d vic-| } 3 "itireant” Wishtmant 3 9 4 °56 Football Schedule 
Meichts ory against two losses. 4 i s-Gmith.{ Ridenour.s | ; +H Pl H ld B t 
me G FF Andrews, Bainbridge NavrG FF 5 8 dKobsrisone | suelrt? | $A OME aters fio anque CHAPEL HILL, N. C., Jan. 27 
: T | . E S 5 5 15 Chanay.f Nase iusooo- , ~~» EBB: | ‘@—The 1956 University of | 
oaday s vents ) 6°} Toomey. Denside 7 418117 640 Totals i2 10 34 : Pp A ds aes Lee See wom os 
° 6 416 Ziembae Karpewich.c2 3 7% Halftime score: 13-13 “ Onig it to ; resent wa»r » | will play the same opponents. 
. COLLEGE BASKETBALL 6 & 20fennett.¢ Dedd.« & 24 —— < : h | 
, Temple at Navy. % , ° 6 ¢ R-fonnese.8 Sastorty.6 3 zak oO Hill R s | ‘ 7 that were on its 1956 sc edule. | 
* Vicia ot Yl | 1 SD Risccnbers.g Kearasysl 8 8; 70 “8° ompe | Tommy Richardson, witty and! schools, also will be on hand. |The Tar Heels were 3-7 last sea-| C 
gq Somole Freeh 0} Navy Piebes, 22:18.) 6 8 5b Eieleens” G F Foon Hil Surts-v'le G F F nopular president of the East-| Another scheduled speaker Son under George Barclay. BD. i 
= veegerer cog een Te nicl” +S o'male.t Toonsat$ § 1s ern League, will lead a list of is former Rep. Cal Johnson, of The schedule: 
Parrt : 52e 70) 2 Peterson. : ’ “ : ; mt =O cape ' : —* 
ped Eampron AF Bat Andrews APB. ie — , i a 3 Rev ~ Wise t 8 0 r baseball personalities tonight Illinois. Water F. Risdon, pres- , Stet. 2%—Nerth Carolina State: wie 
. rhkiey.¢ at.e be . . 
oo . r , 6 « when the Home Plate Club/ident of the Metropolitan Um- Oct, 6—South Carclina at Columbia: 
a ee a et Quantico Defeats ® 8 ; Rittere meus & ® Slholds its fifth annual banquet|pires Association, will assist in|fae va Wale 
to t } . rallin.e : 7 : : low. . : 
 egenaeeaasese: Hs 12:2, leap ‘Parris Island 93 |" 3°5 Bes ‘at Braun’s Armon, 1320 G st.\presenting awards along with) .9"%j,2,2°°"y"et Bei. Te 
en ee eee “arris Island, 96-9: IG nua ——— nw. The affair starts at Bill McGowan Jr, Vic Gauzza Noire Dame st South Bend; 24—Dube. 
g necestia a c vy. B; ” ” 
T Armstrong "vs. "Eastern at McKinier, 7.) PARRIS ISLAND, S. C., Jan. “satttime score 4031, Oxen Mull |7:30 p. m. : _ |dr., Bueky Buscher, Sherry) 
: nden at St. James, 2. 27—The Quantico Marines re-| Pia vena eee Richardson will be the prin- Robertson, Inspector John Win- 
Seen aot! Bandolvh Macon (Frent|tsined first place in the East|George Mason Wins cipal speaker for the affairjters, Calvin Griffith and Bob 
S @rivena) 3: at St. Christepher's Coast Marine League by de- G F P Geo. Masen Warrenton G rr while Billy Werber, former Addie. ; 
~ Kendall ai Vs. School for Dest,1:30.\feating Parris Island, 96-93) },;penty°" ““*ipssst? 6 ijmajor league star, will be the; Charlie Reynolds, Home) 
> SIGH SCHOCE SOCUES here tonight before an overflow; ? 3 j Meginee | daet® 420 master: of ceremonies. ‘Plate president, said awards 
“ Oe ee a jcrowd. Guedell Brown, former) © 9 9 Monette. Weselee @ 9 The guest list includes such will be presented to the FBI 
z Forge M. A. a Navy Plebes, 1. Utah State star, made two foul! § ?*3 ists" § .Whlimereeé [.g\baseball notables as Calviniteam, unlimited champions of 
yon on ns fh Ree ne shots with two seconds left and) > 5 ies so ieie Griffith, Jack Bentley, Jim the District; Atchison-Keller, 
7 Ron ogy at Navy Pledes, 1,\clinched the victory for Quan-|" Halftime score: 32-28, Warrenton. (Shaw, Joe Judge, George Me-| Eastern Seaboard champion;,, is The Place To Go 
= mn\ State at Navy, 4:15. tico. ) seme age Quinn, Billy Jurges, Ossie/Federal Storage Boys’ Club of 
> COLLEGE RIFLE G F PQvantice Parris tana G xe Mt. Vernon Triumphs Bluege, Jim Busby, Sherry Rob-| Washington, Limited League HER % © he &, 
ae ~ ee a ee 5 Blemt » St se ¥ rertson, Chuck Stobbs, Tom)champions; the Metropolitan 
wm Plebes. ' i 1 3 Laketat Pasrehitat 1@2 $13' Cantwell and Frank Watt, Police Boys’ Club No. 10, 2.4700 
9 OR SWIMMING Sed panies? 633% Al Lujack, t of the/champions of the 12 and under PHONE DE. 2- 
© ffereerbeee Academy ot Navy riebes| § Ftd Gees reneis $11 8 Sbdecudene "clan ae sg gr eae . yop: “ 
aR i4 Perry.e Caveness.4 6 10 22 Fi cewendows Club, and Hardy class: St. Ann’s CYO 0 1 gS O Ni Y tele’ tel, 
oyimastiee ‘ Hi Guerins : ‘Pearce, assistant director ofichampions, and the Arlington | ~ 
Navy, 2:30. — —— === | .-- physical education in the Dis-\Junior Optimist Little Major 
EL Relove, Losington,/ 523i Filme score: 43-41 Parris Yolanda.” |” Maittinne score: Mount Vernon. trict .of Columbia public|/League champions. 


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as” en ee Se 


ee, cn SE. MALE TY — a — 


At Hialeah 


Hartack 
Rides Four 


Winners 


HIALEAH, Fla. Jan. 27 #— 


Starmount 


Stable’s Nantallah 


raced to his second straight vic- 


tory of the winter as he im 
pressively an- 
nexed the $7500 
Suwanee River 


urse at Hia 
eah Park to- 
day. 

But the sen- 
sational riding 
of Willie Har- 
tack, 1955's 
champion, 
highlighted the 


=! 


Earliest 
Start Ever 
For East 


By Walter Haight 
Staff! Reporter 


CHARLES TOWN, W., Va.,) 


Jan. 27—Exactly 38 days after! 
closing the 1955 Eastern racing 


season on December 
Charles 
opens the 1956 Eastern racing| 
season tomorrow. | 


breds ever competed over an 
organized parimutuel 
although we're told around the| 
turn of the century mid-winter 
competition was the vogue over 
frozen rivers along the Eastern 


21, the! 
Town Jockey Club) 


It’s the earliest date thorough-| | 


track, | 


Race Selections at Charles Town 


8000 Expected as Charles Town Opens 34-Day Race Meet Today 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Saturday, January 28, 1956 ' 


17 


RAILBIRD OLD BONES CLOCKERS BENNINGS AP CONSENSUS 
John Glen sees" Tm pulse Optional Noir ty John t 
| J posrens, Noir t Belton! Belle Keir on Noir 
A: am r azerant Apple ively Jeep azerant le 
le ford Reich Boston h en ick eenagh 1. Medford 
Dividend - t ¥ a ton Legend Be Dividend 
Z Mi  Meatora Ee ated, x le Medtord tch-it uster Bel! " 
wy Weekend AKR- - Trail of Gold Referendum | SAKR-EL-BARR GAKR-EL-nAnR aay Sigg 
3 eber ail o 4 Gakr-5i-Babr Lost Weekend Weber ; Fert 
Sakr-Ei-Bahr eber v eber J Weber J Trail of Gold Weekend 
tu s Date h ton Current ' Paramount Ration 
4 Pesky rnel) ° s Paramount Boy Miss Diesel "s Boo renee a 
unnine te Paramount Boy Polyquest First Lien ramount Boy 
~ usty Penny aerommené Black Mollie RAR IDE Na romond Nasromond ASROMOND 
las N ond Syivan Glade dst Redbird Rabtige 
5 Re ne Slack ‘Mollie eylax. Syltan Glade , | Honeyaquest Berlex yiax 
~ Impulse Relster wide Rock Bellator rw Gone ll Gone pe 
mm, illtep 24 rompt Impulse ompt Impule ompt Impulse 
6 ia All Gone al Gone Ail Gonee Hilltop 24 rT iitep 24 
= Poot arengo . NGO f rd ike’s Money ike’s Money 
7 Ste Bqon ey Matias Money 2 7p pacr jtans atch , = td ibbans Bie trail. 
aliant Vicki ix Doo ike’s Money Valiant Mike's oney assermatter rengo 
_- se —_————— EEE pug —_——— eee 
PEN y inging ce iid Winging Along Crem 
8 bucky youdoun Penson — | Winding sions Penson onsen Wineine Alongs food Prien insta Along 
eepy e cky Loudoun Penson ucky c udoun Lacky Loudoun of the starting 


Paddock Picks ’Em 


at Charles Town 


meade Stable’s 


Sailor Favored Today 
Tn Mud at Santa Anita 


ARCADIA, Calif., Jan. 27 
Six sturdy 4year-olds will go| by My. 
in the goo tomorrow in the expec ed to o benefit most by the 
ninth Santa Anita Maturity | off track. 

Stakes, and there will be a' 
$155,960 pot (gross) at the end 
of the mile and one quarter 


There won't be the likes of 
‘Swaps or Nashua slopping out 


gate, but Brook- 
Sailor and Clif- 


ford Mooers’ Traffic Judge add 
a dash of class to the small, 
rather undistinguished field 


However, Trackmaster, owned 
and Mrs. Hal Seley, is 


There was some doubt about 
Bill Boland, scheduled t ride 
Honeys Alibi. Boland, who fell 
in yesterday's fourth race, was 
released after X-rays at a near- 
by hospital. He had complained 
of headaches and dizziness. He 
refused all mounts today, how- 
ever, hoping to be sharp for 
the maturity assignment. 


program before poet set The other starters na Th Li 
med e Lineup 
a crowd of 16,- . ; CE—Pu ; 6 ids and ep: claiming: Current (No Bor) . Ch off best races 114 13-4 
506 Hartack Pioneer of pre-season racing oy cne-naif furlongs (14) "8: & Parnell Breces tdhizeys Chee “fh! st races 116 jjwere Beau Busher, Trackmas- rr Jock wi, Odes 
| in these parts, Charles Town. j Eighty John igtigham) . Given the edee bere 12} 3-1 | FIFTH RACE—Purse, sizes: (-vear-olds: allowance: cherie ter, Guerrero and Honeys’ i. goners anvi Boland us Se 
The little Pennsylvanian,| barring precipitation between AT CHARLES TOWN i ie 8 = (he bee) . Re IY: 7 r? i 6 "Rusty Pe ny (Small) Best effort needed 117 3 Alibi. ;. ——— a ia rt 
who rode three winners yester-| now and the I p. ™. st time, ‘luce eee John Si, Jacerant 12. Bete i woer fmpulse (Ka Always stem), Shere i z B sii lara De angerous with these 19 4-) | After two days of near rec- 4. Traffic 3 Judee nas 133 Tt 
se ne 7-2 . ° 
day and three on Wednesday,|will have a fast track, thanks = lim 16. Bich Dividend 10. Yan-|" ; jonal (No Bor) ures with these 118 6-1/ 9 ptide rat ates Will be right there 13 41,0rd rain, the track is sloppy 4 fale -. is $2 
made it four winners today/|to the know-how of A. J. Boyle, | nee Midas 9. ay Flier (Snyder) ported on edge 117 8-1/4] Redds bird. (Stidhem) Stead fo well 117 8&1 and conditi » : ane ae _ 
his d kr-El-Babr 26. Lest Weekend | 2 Mister Dan (McKee rates chance 118 10-1/°8 Biack ‘Mo lie (Shire Wate! x ont here “4. 6 ioms are ripe for an. 
when he booted home Inni- Leeds Rie and Co. asia” “ an 5 wal oa el Los oy) .. 2s longer Fa 4 1. $ Gade bas tan oF) , me good race i9 10-1| upset. | 
' ; © Tair eriortee - ' 
shomen in the mile and one-|spite the fact the in + ~~ ‘i Ration &. Date 14, Polrqucs Eeimo raao lig, ie we)... Meme fale offerte 312 tt addy's Pal (No Ber} Can't be overlooked if 10- | Only Colonel Mack, owned 
sixteenth race on the turf surrounding countryside s| asromend 17, Seylex 11. Rab- 19 5 et cee f bakes this track 118 10-1 ; atricia Tage 1 dell) Mardiy the one 106 20- 'b M A. C. Tay! 
| ed by a blanket of several tide ork (No Boy) .. ser if goes 113 10-1 an Glage (No Boy) Very fast: trials brisk 11) 12-1| 9 aj. aylor of Van-| 
course. Innishowen paid 4.00 che teres Mine's Mener 23. Speedy Foot 6. ia Chalova (No Boy) Chance off best races 113 10-1 3 [. mere guns ser ey oH if ves 119 10- | couver. British Columbia, was! 
"de cot out the & | Minucidentally, all roads tothe |p ta ¥insine Alene 29, Oxdape 11 wna tog a Miadazeerigitt ane a>: latmines |“ alife. 3". Mensies Sr-Ky. Myers entry.” **|seratehed when it came time FOR YOUR 
e sat out the first race, then | 6 Mable Meat .) | SIXTH Purse. 82000; 4-7 4 up: at :}to drop the offici les j 
won the second with Luckey |track are open for driving, sie f Mes mations agen) Spee bene, thee ty £1 | Rain Rees seen Mh, feaneenens Becpeging:|t? Grop the oficial entries in 
on the second with Luckey know. I tried both the Virginia | “aT BIA | Swick (Krats Clockers like 117 6.1| & Prompt Impulse (Gray ner here iis 8.3, she box today. 
Bull ($5.30), the third with Gem- a MI land routes. re! —I Up 22, Mest Charming 4, cuns| 2 osdreenagh (Gordon) Steady port. _wateh: out . hs ¢ Parr yy, ee ms ly Consistent repartee neeéy : : 5-5 Sailor, making his first start 
erald ($8.00) and the fourth) #*" ary an —Ww ebter 16. Olympia Blend 196, teh-It (Servis) Will be right there ; a. 8 iilitae Shirt (McKee) Girone finisher ready 119 4-1| Since winning the Pimlico Spe- IN TRADE AT 
’ ° a b ’ ** s ¢€ ° 
with Leana ($10.10). Hartack’s| Special Train hue CRY FIFTEEN 26, Firing Bird | 10 nas ‘plenty speed 117 12: F .5 y AL, ee m recommend 118 6-1 | cial last fall, is rated the prob- | 
e e - : ance at we t «} 
mount, Fast Cash finished; 7. paitimore and Ohio spe-|* egrets >. ay vires 11, mt We overigones tie LS ; Guide Bock ‘Conlon | an't be oF eriooked jis '4.j| able favorite at about 5-2. Traf- OURISMAN 
fourth in the fifth race, won by) .:.) train will be in operation,|™esemshe 9 ae as, r eae Stone ik it oh gills (Minentov“- enizg’* Ot Bere 113 20-1) fie Judge, not always consistent! a 
Snare (955.50). His mount was leaving Union Station at 10:55) Deep Preath 6. ; ‘ Pat Rom Bacardy (Cutshaw) Ch tif goes ie ide SEVENTH RACE—Purse. £1200: 4-year-olds and ep: eee a | OB dry land, moves up in the — ——— 
4th in the oe race, om and making the customary StODS | whenee sed Truce 14, Dinte Le estnut Cross (Snyder) Hard one to guess 118 {52} ‘ *Speeay seven furionay (14) eins kei tens mud in most expert's rankings. | y CHEVROLET 
in the eighth and 3d in the .+ sijver Spring and Rockville. | j—Chevation 25, Cascanues 7, Bl-| L kes Money (Rane) , {| The Mooer colt should go post- i 
, ongshot Daily Doub 10 pest 122 2-1 &° P 
ninth. Management expects a crowd etl lilestenist 16, Melfast 11, Blue! omeunte om weleaenan i$ Bie Doe % ny err. ees Rd ver ‘class 22 é- ward at 3-1. | 
r NAL . t ' “a | 
He now has d7 winners here, :| comparable to the 8000 Feb. nketch 14, Malsber 10, Set the: 1 Marengo (Cu'shaw) Ge wal wih then tt tl 
10 more.than his closest rival.| greeted the bangtails last Feb-|Tabie 6. THIRD RACE—Purse. $1500: 4-vear-olds and up: allowance: 8 Our Jo ino Bore Can't be eae eed He 10- 
Nantallah, under a powerful 9. M. Stevens Com- : | ,sbeut seven furlongs (7) 6 In Prod overlooked = 111 . 
ruary AT SANTA ANITA 2 Lost Weekend (Smithson) .. Given the edges 117 2-1] & Boteccllom ie | Pair race December iii 10- Your U t D | | 
ride by Steve Brooks, won the| pany reports more “go norgs, Reading 25 War Vote s. t Sith? nabe der’ Likes track ready iis $c] | weubrsncents (Gmith’n) Likes trgck: dangous 11) e- ptown ealer is G ving 
- - ‘ Good 4 tal - 
Flamingo test by a neck from! juncheon reservations than for) Paling, ate, 4. 19, Lover's Ald 13.| 7 Trail of Gold (Bmalt Wit he rise nee, ia 4-11 5 Westvitie deck (Renner) The catelder fie 28 
Ada L. Rice's Call Me Lucky,|any other early-year opening) meme Tews meres.” sm i cine! § Rer"Hdt atte}, Cam be overionsed 118 41/13 Jimmy Gibbons (Meecl "'-- cites ities HE He: remenaous weaISs 
Nantallah, which turned the’ day. h 24.| 1-Bebert W 20. Sewell 13. The 5 Annette .6mithson) Has plenty speed 08 ie “———s Pace Sern. $1000; 4-year-olds and up: claiming: 
dash in 1:10 4/5 on a fast track,| The first program of the Siena 3. FOURTH RACE—Purse, $1200; 3-year-olds; claiming; Charles| } Penson. (Cutchaw) nL, best bet 116 
was the second choice at $6.10,'day session here will be fea wiee he” Stick 27, Blase 9. Aces 5, i By RLY Smelt) .,.Mandie thee kind 111 22 | ueky Loudoun (K'tz) Steady mare. watch out 119 i 
$4.00 and $3.40. Call Me Lucky tured by the $2000 inaugural C—Nagemni 19, Bobby Brocate 18, °2 ely 8 (French) fepiht. fanvender 311 3-1/3 Qudaas (No Borie 0 Always closeup 113 $7} 
- . over the a u UrlONS | Prinee At at & Pol -¢ ted ed 6 6-1 nein on cKee) Likes this tr a 
_ sata he ie course. Racing Secretary Gil | 4 4 JUDGES 2%, Saier % G Ri i’ Ration. 1Krats Won ‘here overlooked 9 $1] 8 Bo Mild iCutshaw) “7!” " Obien ean oats 1 $i COMPANY CARS DRIVEN MORE THAN 1,000 MILES 
; ° ° ’ var uty oy a : . } 7 i- cKke s 15-1 
[Haus found eager response 10) pcae ket me eee Fee Ig adns” aStiegseeaaneee Hie 6/10 ark Hie to Ror. Nuatienty eed Ui He NO CASH NEEDED 
OLYMPICS—Fr. Pg. 15 his entry call, nine fe 110 Unbreschable ‘No. Bo weg Not here 111 S0-]| 8 Geneve (Headley) ***' ap cPaining well 116 16-1 
ss Di - Show mo: 15.11 1s route suits 114 10. 
sprinters getting in line. | 2 wise Diese! Show more iii 15-1 i 
HIALEAH ENTRIES erry's Boy iamithson) ...°.trainine wel Hh $31 Best Bet—PENSON | ULD BE 
Americans 119 for Hilltop 2d ‘ L*e: 84000; 4- year- -~olds up climes: | 
d “While M. Tyson Gilpin's HL |é% 5 oo —\i THE DOWN PAYMENT 
and carries top weight of tic, raise 161 theme Boke <1] © SANTA ANITA ENTRIES | ; “PEAKE” 
2418 Yellow Mist 107 : : | FAIR GROUNDS RESULTS YOU CAN'T BEAT A “PEAKE” DEAL 
are a VY i" favoritism probably will | it’s” No Use 15 Mr. Jones oo teal l—"s: $4000; 4-year-olds up clms. | 46 furlongs: $1700: 1:13 orses To Watch | | 
J settle upon the Hagarman- | Hockey gets: 13 Mister Dover "tor “Hee! Play “ti? Sxonto Bow. - 223) Fratese (Baird) 17.20 9.00 ¢ 
= : ° n 5 ream. 14 Marcil 17] 
ieee out #20 . of All Gone, winner of md { Fa 2 Pri = 399 Another Pase mE set rg AN 14 War Vote’ : +33) nee Sy. Delpy Gutter, am ttle, Van | BANTAM BEN Ww 
° 12 2i3 sco } , : ou, ie —_ 
The Swiss farmer's daughter See duneties dintee acai pee ie 3 138 “in maker’... 137) Sickles Hour - ‘4 Second Down 1208] Pearl fC} stone "Pride © Bod wand one spring surprise. atch this’ 
, Pirst 122 Warbier .. ' i 
' rs. 2 B 122) 2%: $4500; 3 old lo - — 
finished in a tie with = » jche same. pried. Shey carty 8 Bets dé, 133 Pinter Les |\2:.iga|¢Bédie Read 41) b-Anne poms! {1d| «26 furlongs: $1800; 1:13 | )6GOLDEN DODIE—Likes 
Lawrence for fourth pilac®: pound less than Hilltop 2nd. | *piscoun 117 Chine Chow 123 |Buxine | 113} Golden Oscar ..117| RNR. on, ‘“eeccen) hos 340 track. Can go any r 
meee Reuenert spun sown <= As usual, Rayman om = $4500. metre pe, Social Climbe 130 Home ro Hero 133 Heme First (Behenke) 00 HAR y route. 
1700 meter course and deftly who handles the public address). ~~. Wie, i154 besuriaee 139) gHunery fun .. 113 Fleet Pather 117| Tool Pusher. {Bestow. Quality Pius LEM— Worked half WISCON W. 
6 ste : LJ 5 l7 te & ree irst 
through the strategically placed system, _ cneyeee 4 = fifth plsck Prost ig Noted 116 “Midland Man 108 BA Bhe Wrote’ it? Tul, Gata Vixen "bob: ective and Fitting mile in 0:49, SIN 4 ALBEMARLE ST. N. 
AY 0) Mister Lacky ..111 Jovr $39)" sei6. 
gates in one minute 565 sec- and sixth races eac u - +3 aDobson-irained entry ) RIPPON—Train . 
. n through Stati tsharo Teck ++ 209 apDy ew Year 22) bMolt d DAILY DOUBLE PAID $7040 . r ing well , a 
ends to beat out Austria's Jo- i wre b on 9. 30 ane| j ones... 119 Vie! eid iis] 3 % ter -trained > re oy BO 91700; 1433 —— | will win here. » and Daily "til 9 P.M. Sat. too6 P.M. Closed Sundays 
sefine Frandl., 1:57.8. and Aus- VU ) be een n oo. ~y wes He Shee. win iis qaare e poasty i 2 B: rindaay itt Telary (Bohen ' "> 40 2.20 
tria’s Dorothea Hochieitner, 3:30 p. m. ar $5000; ¥T peer -olds up: claimi ning. Typ lel ; 190 fur send? Belle 107 Royal and ‘Smart osee) 3.20 tr 
: a6 iA y m idore is ° f & 
1:58.2. -# ym Ph sn — 1 nD " P} 1 eer bare tf chagier 1 , iis ~~~ 4 lt scolar | uare th John a oeert a ~~ Bah at tap, Foot let | 
away,” Sal tne German girl, | to oy geee Dri ++ 182 Mec OS cord 73 Ritay eder .. $33 3 ai ine » 34 Ibis. aSavoia an artin entr : Waosh 
' \\ *y. 20 .+. 418 Dark Coco . il4 oshington s Lorgest Discount Tire Chain 
who a few hours after her vic-|+ 1s *I Geenee 106 aMenemshs ....116) Red Ran ii4 4—About 5/16 mile: $1700: 0:27 0. 
ing Alpine sports, (Meet Starts ye Lager o AtO: trace. side, a: <img: | pelee, Chace oeneny'o? 380 3 ee BETHESDA © WASHINGTON ¢ ARL.-ALEX 
ting Alpine sports. wie S—%4: $5000; 3-year-olds: allowances feJust Reward If 109 Coppers Toe 315| Senger Cee (Armeice 260 
» , : Come on Red is ace bh 5 | Stk 12 ther lash 12; & ampene Star. Freight Hauler, Jun tor | 
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1956 PAGE 18 


Off to a Poor Start 


Skillful management will be needed on Capitol 
Hill to avoid a fiasco om the transit authority bill. 
Even before the Commissioners got their measure 
to create a Washington Metropolitan Transit Au- 
thorfly introduced, Chairman McMillan of the 
House District Committee let it be known that he 
will seek to restore the franchise and charter of 
the Capital Transit Co., now terminated by law as 
of next Aug. 14. This may mean a major fight 
between sponsors of the public authority bill and 
the defenders of Capital Transit, to the prejudice 
of any legislation at all. 

Another difficulty scarcely less serious developed 
in the House Committee on Interstate and Foreign 
Commerce to which the bill has been tentatively 
routed by the parliamentarian. At first it appeared 
that this might be a fortuitous means of diverting 
the bill from the hostile chairman of the District 
Committee. But. spokesmen for the Commerce 
Committee have indicated that it will be March 
before hearings on the bill can be held. Such delay 
would leave the proposed authority little chance of 
ordering buses and getting a transit system into 
operation by Aug. 15. 

Apparently the Commissioners and civic groups 
have a major task to convince committee leaders 
on the Hill that this is an emergency measure. 
Even if the bill is rushed to enactment with all 
possible speed, the proposed authority will be hard 
pressed to avoid another summer without public 
transportation in the Capital. The proper response 
to the bill would be an order for joint Senate-House 
hearings beginning next week. 

Meanwhile, the Commissionets have shown good 
judgment to continue improvement of the bill. 
Doubtless still further changes will be effected. The 
Commissioners were right, in our opinion, to forbid 
strikes against the proposed transit authority—a 
public body. But this should not mean a denial 
of all collective bargaining rights. Some other 
municipal transit authorities bargain with their 
employes as to wages and working conditions and, 
if necessary, submit disagreements to arbitration. 
Compulsory arbitration would doubfless be inadvis- 
able, but the proposed authority could well be 
empowered to arbitrate within its discretion as a 
means of ending stubborn disputes, preserving 
employe good will, and discouraging any resort to 
illegal strikes. 


Stull Waiting for Health 


The President has once more reminded Congress 
of the deficiencies in the American system for the 
protection of health. “In the light of the human 
and economic toll still taken by disease, in the 
light of the great opportunities open before us,” he 
said in his spécial message, “the Nation still has 
not summoned the resources it properly and use- 
fully could summon to the cause of better health.” 
It cannot be said, however, that Mr. .Eisenhower 
offered a comprehensive program to correct the 
weaknesses to which he pointed. 

So far as they go, the President's recommenda- 
tions should meet with little opposition. He asked 
for a 28 per cent increase in funds for the excel- 
lent work of the National Institutes of Health and 
for research in medical schools, hospitals and pri- 
vate laboratories. He sought $250,000,000 for a 
five-year program to assist the construction of 
research and teaching facilities. To overcome the 
shortages of expert personnel in the health field, 
he recommended grants for the training of nurses 
and public health workers. He also urged the 
appropriation of additional funds to aid hospital 
construction, finance mental health studies, pro- 
vide free poliomyelitis vaccine, and so forth. 
Surely these modest’ requests should be granted 
by Congress without quibbling. 

It is in regard to health protection for the many 
millions of people now lacking such protection that 
the President’s message is disappointing. “Health 
insurance protection,” he told Congress, “must be 
made more available to older persons and those 
living in rural areas, to the self-employed and those 
working in small organizations who cannot be 
reached through ordinary group enrollment meth- 
ods.” We agree. But the President did not renew 
his Federal health reinsurance plan or offer any 
substitute for it. He merely noted a movement 
toward a pooling of risks by private health insur- 
ance companies and said that he would renew his 
reinsurance proposal of last year if this coopera- 
tive venture does not result in broader benefits 
and extended coverage on reasonable terms. 

To be sure, Congress has given the President no 
encouragement on his reinsurance plan, and there 
is much opposition to it in the medical. profession. 
Perhaps a better means of easing the burden of 
medical costs can be devised, without going to the 
extreme of compulsory health insurance, but the 
Administration has failed to produce it. Secretary 
Folsom of the Department of Health, Education 
and Welfare will be under strong pressure to rem- 
edy this shortcoming in the Administration's health 
program. 


The Secrecy Disease 


Chairman Strauss of the Atomic’Energy Commis- 
sion asked for the bristling comment he got from 
the chairman of the Joint Committee on Atomic- 
Energy, Sen. Anderson. Adm. Strauss picked 
Sen. Anderson's home town of Albuquerque, N. M., 
as the place to remark that some of those who 
object to the secrecy governing research in hydro- 
gen power development “have a limited under- 
standing of what is involved.” This was a direct 
slap at Sen. Anderson, who had criticized the 
secrecy policy. The Senator now quite properly 
asks whether, if he has a limited understanding, 
Adm. Strauss and the Atomic Energy Commission 
are doing their job prescribed by law of keeping 
the congressional committee “fully and currently 
informed.” 

Sen. Anderson makes a strong case, it seems to 
us, in quoting the recommendations of a former 
ecientist-member and former general manager of the 
Atomic Energy Commission under Adm. Strauss that 
secrecy on “controlled fusion” be relaxed. The mili- 
tary significance in such research, he says, is “slim 
and remote, if existent at all.” For a while after the 
Geneva atomic conference there was hope that 
Adm. Strauss would loosen some of the restrictions 


on information maintained by the AEC. But 
secrecy is a disease that seems to get in the blood- 
stream and to produce a sort of cloak-and-dagger 
titillation, Maintenance of tight secrecy on hydro- 
gen power research of course means that private 
science and industry must sit,by and twiddle their 
thumbs instead of participating actively in the 
effort to tame a new source of peaceful energy. If 
the same sort of thinking had been applied to the 
dangers of electricity, the world would still be using 
candles. 


Gen. Ridgway’s Blinders 


This week’s installment of Gen. Matthew B. Ridg- 
way's complaint against Defeuse Secretary Wilson 
takes an essentially narrow and insular cast. The 
former Army Chief of Staff writing in the Saturday 
Evening Post, makes a compelling case against a 
military strategy which he regards as too exclu- 
sively devoted to the instruments of massive nuclear 
retaliation. But he also displays a curiously re- 
stricted view of the function of the civilian head of 
a military department. By Gen. Ridgway’s formula, 
seemingly, the test of the worth of a civilian Secre- 
tary is whether he accepts unhesitatingly the 
recommendations of ‘ loyal, competent professional 
officers.” 

This newspaper shares many of the misgivings 
of Gen. Ridgway about overemphasis on the capa- 
bility of nuclear bombing alone to win a war— 
though he could well have paid more attention to 
the importance of the Strategic Air Force as the 
basic deterrent to big wars. Understandably, the 
general's reference point is the Army. His protest 
that “76 per cent of the total reductions in military 
expenditures were to come out of the Army's 
budget” will, to be sure, bear some analysis, inas- 
much as it was the Army which underwent the 
greatest buildup for the Korean war. Nevertheless, 
he argues persuasively that the Army has been cut 
below the level necessary to sustain its responsi- 
bilities. What he has to say about the whittling 
away of military perquisites, about the dependence 
of field leadership on “a fair share of the best” 
recruits, about the adaptation of Army tactics to 
the requirements of the nuclear age—all this makes 
a great deal of sense. 

When Gen. Ridgway contends, however, that 
civilian Secretaries “should base their decisions 
solely on the security interests of the United 
States,” he treads on spongy ground. Are the 
security interests merely what the military men 
say they are? By this criterion Robert T. Stevens 
was a magnificent Secretary of the Army because 
he virtually always accepted the military recom- 
mendations. In point of fact, Mr. Stevens was 
often a captive of the generals. Gen. Ridgway’s 
formula is one, not for the civilian control to which 
he pays tribute, but for military domination. If 
military judgments were the sole factors in policy 
determination, the country would soon become a 
garrison state. 

Secretary Wilson has made more than his share 
of bumbles and has shown himself on occasion to 
be remarkably insensitive and obtuse; it may be 
that partisan considerations have influenced some 
of his actions. The emphasis in the Pentagon on 
cheap ways of obtaining a bigger bang is particu- 
larly disconcerting. To Gen. Ridgway’s credit, he 
made his protests known but avoided any effort 
while in office to.go over the heads of his superiors. 

But military manpower and weapons are not 
the only considerations in security. The determi- 
nation of military budgets, and of strategy to fit 
them, is inevitably conditioned by the state of the 
economy, world conditions and a host of other 
factors beyond the range of purely military judg- 
ment.’ Such decisions are essentially political be- 
cause they have to be, and they depend for their 
validity on a careful balancing of probabilities and 
risks. It is imperative for Congress and the public 
to have* access to the views of military chiefs 
without the suppression or misrepresentation Mr. 
Wilson apparently indulged in. But it also is 
important to remember that the trumpet player is 
not necessarily the best judge of the needs of the 
full orchestra. 


“Kconom y Size” Kids 


The fact that children come in bigger sizes than 
they did in the days of the little red schoolhouse, 
or even in the early part of this century, will in- 
fluence the planning of the many new schoolhoyses 
to be constructed in this country. Indeed, if the 
schools are to be used by the children of today’s 
children, there may be need of a longer look in the 
planning of desks, seats and other equipment. 
Some researchers on body measurements say the 
“plateau in size” has not been reached, and that 
increase of Americans in height and weight is 
likely’ to continue for some years. The Office of 
Education recently reminded school planners of 
the availability of a 1954 study of body measure- 


‘ments of 3000 children of varied ethnic origin, 


ranging from 5 to 21 years old. 

American youth has increased in size especially 
since 1900—even since 1915. Measurements taken 
at the University of Cincinnati in 1948 showed 
first-year men taller by 2.74 inches, women by 1.24 
inches, than those 33 years previously. Among 


.the factors contributing to “economy size”’ Ameri- 


cans are the rising standard of living and increase 
of scientific knowledge, better-planned diets for 
children, control of communicable diseases, and 
the abolition of child labor in factories. 

Yet despite the fact that American youths of 
today are generally bigger and healthier than those 
of the past, many of them are softer in muscle. 
Physical education authorities constantly warn that 
children get too little exercise, that they ride rather 
than walk, {fat they watch sports rather than par- 
ticipate in them, and that many cannot perform 
muscular feats requiring strength and skill. Ameri- 
cams might well at this timie remember that 
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St. Louls Post-Dispatch 


Letters to the Editor 


Mistaken Identity 


In fairness to a fine profes- 
sional soldier, Col. Thomas W. 
Mattingly, M.C., cardiologist 
for the Army, at present con- 
sultant to the President, I 
would ask you to make a cor- 
rection. In the Alsop column of 
Jan. 22, discussing the medical 
factors pertinent to the Presi- 
dent's decision to run again, 
the Alsops emphasize this 
quote: “But it can be stated on 
positive authority that the emi- 
nent Army heart specialist, Dr. 
Thomas E. Mattingly, does not 
make so light of the permanent 
impairment -caused by § the 
heart attack as Dr. White has 
recently done in public.” 

It happens that this under- 
standabie confusion of identi- 
ties has been a matter of in- 
quiry by members of Congress 
and even Time magazine. Both 
of us are Georgetown grad- 
uates and both served as medi- 
cal officers in New Guinea and 
the Philippines. I have been 
subpenaed for him. When he 
was to be inducted in the Amer- 
ican College of Physicians, I 
received his credentials and 
notice to appear. 

If this were all the confusion 
-—the identical first and last 
names involved—it would be 
presumptuous of me to ask a 
correction. But I happen to be 
afflicted with an urge to write 
letters to the editor. Unfortu- 
nately frequently Col. Thomas 
W. Mattingly ‘has received the 
questionable credit for writing 
them. Whether the Alsop error 
was typographical or not, many 
will believe.a major political 
decision of our times will be 
made by a strongly opinionated 
letter writer. 

Your perspicacious Contrib- 
uting Editor, Herbert Elliston, 
in discussing “Why Eisenhower 
May Run Again” implies the 
advice the President receives 
from his medical advisers will 
be controlling. That means no 
matter what advice Col. Thomas 
W. Mattingly, M.C. United 
States Army gives, it will have 
profound political repercus- 
sions. 

If Col. Mattingly, a career 
medical officer, judges his Com- 
mander in Chief by the exact- 
ing standards of physica! fitness 
applicable in Army Regulations 
to lesser officers, he must ad- 
vise negatively. If he certifies 
as physically qualified an au- 


thenticated case of coronary oc- 
clusion, which he himself diag- 
nosed and which was verified 
by Dr. White, he is open to the 
charge of political meddling. 

The logic of the Alsops’ im- 
plies that, no matter how Col. 
Thomas W. Mattingly decides, 
he is damned and will be 
charged with possessing a dis- 
honorable motive. He has trou- 
bles enough without further 
oe with this letter 
writ 

THOM. AS E. MATTINGLY. 

Washington. 


Iron Curtain Relief 


Millions of American citi- 
zens, and others living in this 
country, have relatives and 
friends behind the Iron Cur- 
tain. Gift packages by the 
thousands are sent to them 
each month. The packages, 
which offer material aid to the 
victims of communism, carry 
an additional message: we have 
not forgotten you. 

Besides clothes and food, 
these packages contain.hope for 
the ones wounded in their 
struggle against communism. 
Moreover, each package consti- 
tutes a proof of the superiority 
of the United States’ political 
and economic system over the 
Communist economic system, 

No official relief organiza- 
tions have been founded to give 
assistance to the victims of com- 
munism. The packages are sept 
by private persons, frequently 
of modest means, who fulfill 
their duties above their finan- 
cial capacities. They feel that, 
as citizens of this free country, 
they hold obligations toward 
those who struggle for the free- 
dom of the entire world, 

The sending of gift packages 
to the enslaved countries not 
only renders help, but at the 
same time promotes the friend- 
ship and gratitude of the subju- 
gated millions toward the 
United States. 

May |] therefore suggest that 
the sending of such packages be 
deductible from income tax as 
other charitable or humanitar- 
jan donations? | would be very 
happy if the Treasury Depart 
ment were to take this request 
of gift package senders under 
consideration. 

BELA FABIAN, 

Member of the Executive. Commit- 

tee of the Hungarian National 
Council 


New York. 


“On Scientists” 


On ‘your editorial page of 
Jan. 12, you quoted a statement 
from Albert Einstein, “On 
Scientists,” who have succeeded 
in fashioning tools to destroy 
themselves and the whole 
world. Dr. Einstein says that 
the scientists “realize that 
mankind can be saved only if 
a supranational system, based 
on law, would be created to 
eliminate for good the methods 
of brute force.” 

History reveals the solemn 
fact that Dr. Einstein's theory 
has been tried seven different 
times by supranationa] systems 
of government. It was tried by 
the Egyptian, Assyrian, Baby- 
lonian, Medo-Persian, Grecian 
and the Roman empires for 
the purpose of eliminating “na- 
tional states,” in order to estab- 
lish one stable world govern- 
ment so they could outlaw war 
and establish a permanent reign 
of peace. 

All of these world empires 
were established by force of 
arms and governed on totalitar- 
ian principles and ruled over 
by dictators, and each in turn 
was overthrown by its foes with- 
in the realm. The reason they 
failed was because the people 
were ruled by power politics, 
and by selfish, carnal men. 
They endeavored to rule all 
men in all things, both in re 
ligious and civil matters, with- 
out the cogsent of the governed. 

Brute force will never be 
eliminated by law, as long as 
men are brutes. No nation, or 
combination of nations, can es- 
tablish a new world Utopia of 
permanent’ peace and right- 
eousness as long as its constit- 
vent members have sinful and 
carnal natures. 

God alone will establish such 
a world kingdom which will 
stand forever and shall never 
be destroyed. But it will be com- 
posed of saints—twice-born 
men and women—with spiritual 
and not carnal natures, who 
are changed on the morning of 
the resurrection from mortality 
to immortality, and from cor- 
ruptible to incorruptible na- 
tures. All this transformation, 


we are told hy Divine authority, 


will take place in a moment 
and the twinkling of an eye, by 
God's own act, and not by hu- 
man planning or devising. 
. 8. LONGACRE. 
Takoma Park, Md. 


Partnership or Giveaway? 


I feel compelled to make 
some comments regarding a sec- 
tion of an article which ap- 
peared in your issue of Jan. 15, 
under the heading, “A Partner- 
ship or a Giveaway.” 

The section to which I refer 
concerns legislation which 
would permit non-Federal fi- 
nancing of a major portion of 
the John Day Dam on the Co- 
lumbia-River. 

I am the author of that leg- 
islation. The person who is 
credited with writing the af- 
ticle did not call on me nor did 
he call on any mé@mber of my 
staff. The reference to the John 
Day legislation is so grossly in- 
accurate and misleading, it 
would appear that your “re- 
porter” concerned himself only 
with the viewpoint of Senator 
Morse and others in the Pacific 
Northwest who for selfish polit- 
ical reasons are attempting to 
choke off the development of 
that region. 

The John Day bill, H.R. 5789. 


-authorizes Federal development 


of the John Day project on the 
Columbia River with participa- 
tion in financing by non-Federal 
public and private electric 
utilities. 

The single purpose of the 
John Day bill is to expedite 
construction of this critically 
needed navigation, flood con- 
trol and power project. It was 
authorized by in 1950. 
To this date, not one cent has 
been appropriated for its con- 
truction 


5 : 

In order to to get the: money 

required to build this project, 
that the 


my bill power 
from J Day can be sold in 


advance to any qualified utility. 


y* 
war 


Your story says that partici- 
pation in this project is limited 
to three private utilities in the 
Pacific Northwest. This.is a 
completely false statement. The 
bill very clearly states that par- 
ticipation is open to ‘any or- 
ganization, public or private, 
engaged in or authorized to en- 
gage in the production, trans- 
mission or distribution of elec- 
tric power. To this date, the 
City of Seattle, the power com- 
mission of the State ,of Wash- 
ington, several Oregon munici- 
pal utilities and three private 
companies have indicated an in- 
terest or a desire to participate 
in the project. 

Your allegation that the par- 
ticipants will receive tax free 
revenue and low cost Govern- 
ment loans is ridiculous. 

Equally incorrect is your 
statement that the participants 
will be under no obligation to 
advance any funds. The ad- 
vancement of funds is the en- 
tire purpose of the bill. 

Briefly, the bill provides that 
the local participants will pay 
to the Government, in advance, 
the entire cost of the project 
allocated to power. Further, 
the local agencies will pay all 
maintenance and operation 
costs allocated to power, trans- 
mission costs, replacement 
costs, and any charges for up- 
stream or downstream benefits. 
In return for these payments, 
the participants will receive 50- 


‘year contracts for power in pro- 


portion to the amount of money 


advanced. The project is at all 


vances the funds needed to 
build and operate the dam. The 
portion of this amount allocated 
to power is returned to the 
Treasury over a 50-year period 
—through sales of power to 
utilities and industries in the 
region. 

My bill simply provides that 
these sales be made in advance. 
Thus the Federal appropriation 


required to construct this proj-, 


ect is reduced from $310 mil- 
lion to less than $40 million. 

The basic purpose of the John 
Day bill is to implement the 
program of hydroelectric devel- 
opment in the Pacific North- 
west. All responsible power 
agencies in the region, includ- 
ing the Federal agencies, agree 
that 600,000 kilowatts of new 
capacity must be built ‘each 
year for the next 10 years if 
the area is to avert a crippling 
power shortage. This will re- 
quire $3 billion. 

Congress has appropriated 
less than half that amount for 
Pacific Northwest power pro}- 
ects during the past 10 years. 
It is apparent to all who give 
our problems honest consider- 


ation that additional! sources of 


funds must be used if the power 
program is to proceed. The 
people of the region are 
anxious to do their share. 


Washington. 

Editor’s notec The power ar- 
ticle attempted to present Sec- 
retary of the Interior Douglas 
McKay's arg ments for a John 

Dam “partnership” and the 


arguments of Sen. Wayne Morse 
(D-Ore.) against it. 


‘If the Fathers 
Took Stock of U.S. 


By Malvina Lindsay 


HAVING HEARD so many persons re 
cently summon Jefferson, Madison, Frank 
lin, Adams, Hamilton, et cetera, to back 
them up on all sides of all controversies, 
it was a relief to sit in 
on a meeting where the 
Founding Fathers were 
evoked merely for a 
broad, dispassionate view 
of the American scene. 

Scholars did the con- 
juring—in a thoroughly 
academic manner—in a 
panel discussion of “The 
Origins of the American 
State.” This was part of 
an all-day excursion this 
week into eighteenth century thought to de- 
termine its relevance to today’s progress 
and survival, which was the theme of the 
annual meeting of the American Council 
of Learned Societies. 

Many persons assume that the great 
Americans who fathered our -system of 
government would, on any return to this 
phase of existence, immediately mount 
rostrums and hand down dictums on farm 
‘Prices, the Gray plan, the Arab-Israel con- 
troversy, other present-day issues. 

But it is likely that, having their share 
of human vanity, each would first ask: 
“How have my ideas held up? Was I right 
in the arguments over the Declaration of 
Independence, the Constitution, the Bill 
of Rights? Which principles of these docu- 
ments now have the greatest vitality?” 

: ow 

IMAGINE Hamilton looking in on things 
He could well be forgiven a smug smile 
over some aspects of government today. 
But so could his opponent, Jefferson. 

The two eighteenth century‘*political prin- 
ciples that are held in highest esteem today, 
Dr. Richard B. Morris of Columbia Uni- 
versity told the Learned Societies group, 
are the concepts of federalism and of 
human rights. Though federalism is chal- 
lenged by “extremists at both ends of the 
political spectrum” the majority of public 
opinion supports it, said Dr. Morris. 

The authors of the Federalist Papers, 
Hamilton, Madison, Jay, would be gratified 
to find how well federalism has worked, 
how, as Dr. Morris pointed out, it has “nur- 
tured a healthy diversity of political and 
social policy,” and shown “its adaptability 
to the changing fiscal and social condi- 
tions of the twentieth century.” 

Hamilton would see many of his ideals 
of a strong, energetic central government 
which would support the economy being 
carried out—largely as a result of an in 
dustrial revolution and growing world dip- 
lomatic and military involvements. 

Jefferson would find that his eighteenth 
century concept of human rights had been 
greatly extended. From being primarily 
legal and political, it has come to include 
economic and social rights. Yet he might 
well be dismayed, thought some members 
of the panel, at governmental restrictions 
on free speech and on scholarship. And 
the times have produced, according to Dr. 
Mark DeW. Howe of Harvard University, 
a new problem of human rights with which 
the Constitution does not directly deal, 
namely, governmental penalties for belief. 

ow 

OF PRIMARY concern to the men who 
sat in the Constitutional Convention would 
be how well the system of checks and bal- 
ances had worked. They would probably 
hear much complaint that the system was 
cumbersome and inflexible in a world of 
dangef where quick action might be needed. 
Yet looking at the French governmental 
snafu, caused largely by a dominant and 
fragmented legislative body, they would 
probably be gratified with their handiwork. 

But these thinkers of the past would find 
some of their principles eroding, some of 
their ideas out of fashion. Panelists gen- 
erally agreed that a counter trend to sep- 
aration of church and state seemed under 
way, that there was a growing feeling on 
the part of some religious bodies that the 
state should’‘not be neutral concerning 
religion. 

One speaker suggested that back of this 
were the fears and the moral uncertainty 
of the present which had turned people 
more toward institutionalized religion. 

One eighteenth century doctrine defi- 
nitely in bad repute today is the right of 
revolution. This, as a reaction to political 
tyranny, the Founding Fathers openly es- 
poused. 

‘One of the greatest surprises that Jeffer- 
son, Franklin, Paine particularly would get 
here today would be to discover how the 
rest of the world regards this Nation. Dur- 
ing their era, pointed out Dr. Morris, Amer- 
ica was the world symbol of liberalism and 
reform. “In the mid-twentieth century,” 
he said, “the United States is regarded 
abroad, perhaps unfairly regarded, as the 
chief bulwark of the status quo, as the arch- 
enemy of revolution.” 

Our understanding of the strivings of 
underprivileged nations might be helped, 
Dr. Morris thought, if we could recapture 
some of the Jeffersonian tolerance of 
change and experiment. 


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ys Leaks Would 


United Press 


Chai 
dall of the Federal Power Com- 
mission said yesterday a Con- 
gressman with access to his 
agency's inner-workings could 
make a $l-million profit in two 
years on the stock market. 

Kuyendall wade the state- 
ment to emphasize the need for 
his agency to keep it decisions 


from “leaking” before they are 


formally announced. 

He said he did not mean to 
imply that any Congressman 
had access to the FPC’s opera- 
tions or that any Congressman 
sought it to speculate on the 
stock market. 

“But it could happen,” he 
said. 

Kuydenhall testified before a 
House information subcommit- 
tee on FPC’s information prac- 
tices and policies. The subcom- 
mittee is studying what its 
my yy Rep. John E. Moss 
(R-Catif.), has called the “in- 
creasing trend” toward secrecy 
in Government. 


Leedom Praised 


Chairman Boyd Léedom of 
the National Labor Relations 
Board told the subcommittee 
earlier that his agency gives 
the press and public “full in- 
formation” on all its activities. 
He said he has “never known 
of anybody to ask for informa- 
tion who didn’t get it.” 

Subcommittee « members 
praised Leedom for his “fish- 
bowly philosophy.” 


' 
an Jerome K. Kuyken- 


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Speculators 


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harmful to the public,” he said.' } 
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that what we do is done in an 
ivory tower.” | tin YX - LATEST 
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Rep. Dante B. Fascell (D-Fla.) ae ™- 


said the NLRB philosophy was 
“very refreshing” and at odds) 


with the policy of some other) 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


Saturday, January 28, 1956 


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McCarthy Prober Testifies He Lent. 


Material on ADA to Hughes Last Year 


By Albon B. Hailey ithe position as an “informer” 
Staff Reporter furnishing information to the 
NEW YORK, Jan. 27—Donald| FSI. 


, ] | Surine said that in March, 
A. Surine told a Federal Court) ch be une Wamhes, whe tale 


Jury today that he lent @ COPY) him that he, Hughes, had testi- 
of a GOP pamphlet and ‘other | fied before a Federal grand) 
material” to Paul H. Hughes in! jury in New York. Hughes ex- 


Government agencies. 
Leedom 


Ph cnevie. wemasem NLRB general counsel, said 


the —_— full disclosure 
a Olicy worked “ve success- 
Kuykendall said the “lag be-| fully” and did not Sesntes its 
tween the time the FPC makes operations. The only informa- 
a rate-fixing decision and time) tion withheld, he said, was data 
it takes to prepare its public|in NLRB security files and un- 
announcement is “a danger” evaluated charges against 
because it increases chances of; NLRB personnei. 
a “leak” that could be used on| Louis G. Silverberg, NLRB 
the stock market. director of information, de- 
Moss said the danger could| scribed the policy as “a fish- 
be eliminated as well as the bowl philosophy.” He said any 
risk of “improper use” of the interested person “has a right 
FPC’s decisions by wiping out!‘ know about our activities. 
the lag. by. a + fy hewapd gens som 
_verberg said, “we aSK ourseives 
He told Kuykendall that he not ony a piece of information 
had made an “excellent” de-| ould be made public, but why 
fense of his agency's policies. | i+ shouldn’t be made public. 
Combined with the defense of-) Pull disclosure of our activi- 
fered by other agencies, MOSS) ties is desirable to satisfy the 
said, it would make “an excel- public’s right to know.” 
lent case for greater secrecy; oss said the group is mak- 
in the Government.” jing some progress in reversing 
FPC General Counsel Wil-ja “growing trend” towards 
lard W. Gatchell denied that/greater Government secrecy. 
the agency “holds back any-|But he said the Government 
thing.” continues to withhold a “rather 
“It's a matter of timing on) staggering” amount of informa- 
releasing information. Prema-| tion. 


W ashington 


Schism in the Ranks 


A SMALL but interesting 
feud is developing within the 
ranks of the District of Co- 
lumbia’s young Republican 
womanh o o d. ae 
A couple of % 
our GOP dam- 
osels are be- 
coming 4s 
frigid toward 
each other as 
Nixon and 
Knowland, 

The cold war 
had its incep- 
tion when 
Miss Louise ' 
Gore took her Dixon 
dearest friend, Mrs. Campbell 
Watson of Washington, New 
York and Los Angeles, to 
hi 1 in the Mayflower 
Lt ‘e. In addition to being 
a@ militant worker for the 
Grand Old Party herself, Miss 
Gore is the daughter of H. 
Grady Gore, who tried to get 
the Republican nomination 


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Scene . . . . By George Dixon 


for Senator from Maryland good cause. Unbeknownst to 
three years ago. Miss Gore, a fashion show was 

Miss Gore and Mrs. Watson S0ing on in the lounge, and 
had barely taken their seats Tomajean was a model! 


when a young woman with the —_ , 
improbable ‘name of Toma: HUGH FLEMING. program 
jean Akers pirouetted . in. Administration, has added 


Gieae ” bisehieen . wonderful old shutters to the 
windows of his Georgetown 


daughter of Floyd Akers, a h Mre Flemi ‘ 
local car dealer, who is mak- oe Mrs. Fleming rescued 
ing a career of liking Ike. them from a bonfire. 
Tomajean was decked out 
in a white mink stole and a 
slinky black gown. She was 


the ld home of the late Sen. 
Robert A. Taft of Ohio. Mrs. 
_ Fleming looked out her win- 
ding <= eyes, in dow the other afternoon and 

: stared in disbelief Builders 


_Miss Gore stared at her had removed the shutters from 
Young Republican clubmate’s 


get-up. Then, in a voice which 
has acquired distinct radioac- 
tive qualities from doing a 
weekly television show about 
Congress, Both Sides of the 
Aisle, she snorted déafeningly: 

“Humph! Isn't she a little 
overdressed for lunch!” 

Miss Akers glared—and with 


ing to make a bonfire of them 
in the back yard. 

She begged the men to let 
her have the shutters. They 
shrugged and told her to help 
herself. 

(Copyright. 1956. King reatures 

Syndicate. Inc.) 

Reproduction in whole 


oF in part 
strictly prohibite 


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These Days 


e By George Sokolsky 


Milton or Ike? 


NO HOSPITAL diet is ex- 
pected to be something out 
of “Pavillon” or “Twenty 
One” or any of the emporiums 
of gustatory gpapeies 
exc ellence. e 
But food nev- * 
er need be 
quite as poor- 
ly or unim- 
a gi natively 
cooked as my 
unsalted, ‘n- 
sugared, wn- 
creamed diet. 
I think they 
did a better 
job for Ike Sekolsky 

in Denver. Here imagi- 
nation is taboo because hospi- 
tals in big cities have a tough 
time with their staffs .and the 
probability is that if anybody 
criticized the cook, he would 
rejoin the Army. 

There is no use kicking be- 
cause 1 am now told that men- 
tal distress causes more heart 
damage than physical exer- 
tion. Maybe it is propaganda 
to keep me from kicking or 
maybe it is true. I am to have 
no frustrations, no anxieties, 
no worries. I am just to lie 
here and vegetate—hibernate, 
I think is the word the doctor 
uses. Then the heart will 


mend more quickly. 


PERSONALLY, I do not 
mind a diet without salt. I 
never add any when food is 
brought to the table. There 
is enough sodium in most 
things to satisfy my tastes, 
but hospital food has a dull- 
ness all its own. It is designed 
to keep a patient from ever 
wanting to go to a hospital 


a 


to, I shall devote myself a 
little to Drummond's argu- 
ment to see whether the logic 
is with him. I fear the Repub- 
licans wil. not like Drum- 
mond’s thesis because if Ike 
strong with me and I try to should decide to run, would 
ask each technician as many it then not be smart for the 
questions as possible. Usually Democrats tu nominate the 
there are no replies because superior man, 
technicians are very serious- hower? The logic would seem 
minded folk who must look to be in that proposition— 
serious as a badge of distinc- still and all, I shall give it 
tion. further consideration. 


1 AM SUPPOSED to be in  “°"' ™"pndicate. tne 
absolute repose, so when I 

want to talk I get another pill ° 
to knock me out of repose 
What doctors do not under- 
stand is that a fellow who has 
discussed about everything 
hither and yon for 60 years, 


again. All he will need to do 
is think of the hospital meal 
and he will immediately get 
well or drop dead. 

Although I am not supposed 
to talk much, the habit is 


Gives Retrial 


Theophil C. Kammholz, 


The Flemings live back of | 


the Taft home and were start- | 


Milton ‘Eisen- | 


Appeals Court 


: 
: 
: 
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’ 
’ 


the spring of 1955. ) 
Surine, an investigator on the| 


McCarthy (R-Wis.), testified he! 


Hughes had been falsely repre- 
senting himself in the past as a. 
| |\representative of the McCarthy 
| Committee. 

| §urine, testifying as a Gov- 
‘ernment witness in the perjury 
|i trial of Hughes, branded “rec- 
\ords” Hughes had purported 
came from the files of the Mc- 
|| Carthy Committee in 1953-54 as 
'a “fantastic fabrication.” 


@1 984 Pre! Lecerpree lee 
Al Qe reer ot 


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Hynning R 
Then Quits 


The Treasury yesterday an- 
nounced it was reinstating 
Clifford J. Hynning, a 42-year- 
old lawyer who had been fired 


as a security 
risk 19 months 
ago because of 
his “veracity.” 
Hynning im- 
mediately sub- 
mitted his 
resignation to 
resume private 
law practice 
and the Treas- 
ury just as 
quickly ac- 
cepted it. 
| The lawyer's veracity was 
‘considered dubious during his 
‘security hearing when he failed 
to recall a 10-minute interview 
with an FBI agent 12 years 
earlier. 


an 


Hynning 


“I should warn you, Dr. Fighy, that the Medical Associa- 
___ tion considers that sort of thing highly unethical! ,,.” | 


By Warren Unna 
Staaf! Reporter 


——— 


| Surine said that Hughes was 
inever hired by the McCarthy 
‘Committee nor authorized to 


McCarthy was chairman 
1953-54. 

The former FBI agent testi- 
fied that he had never given 
Hughes “any information from 
the McCarthy Committee.” 

Surine said he lent Hughes 
a pamphlet put out by the Sen-'| 
ate Republican Policy Commit- 
tee on the Americans for Dem- 
ocratic Action and “other ma- 
terial I had in connection with 
and that he “did not consider individuals who were connect- 
Communism subversive.” 'ed with” the ADA. 

The lawyer conceded he paid| Surine said he lent the ma- 


$1 to the bookshop in the early Somboey - yn maybe some. 


forties for discounts on books | Hughes returned it about two 
land records—but took no part/days later. | 

‘in the bookshop’s political or; . Hughes is being tried on a 
six-count perjury indictment re- 
‘Social affairs. turned by a Federal grand jury 
| He denied ever saying any-|here last September. The grand 
‘thing favorable about Commu-|jury charges that tiughes lied 
inism. He cited his record in six times during its investiga- 
‘Treasury in which\he said ‘he |tion last spring into ex-Com- 
had personally initiated opposi-|munist Harvey Matusow’s re- 
‘tion to the be-tough-on-postwar- | pudiation of his testimony in 
‘Germany policy of Harry Dex-|Communist trial here in 1952. 
iter White, late high Treasury; The indictment Charges 
official whom the Administra-|Hughes lied when he said he 
tion has posthumously called a had overheard conversations 
Communist. about Matusow in which Joseph 
| The FBI 
Hynning forgot about, involved |retired Brig. Gen. Telford Tay- 
his being questioned about the|lor, member of the advisory 
loyalty of one of his subordinate|council of the National Com- 


in 


einstated, 
U.S. Post 


work for it in any way while 


pressed ‘the opinion that 
Fritchey, Rauh, and “others 
that he mentioned in regard 


personal staff of Sen. Joseph R.|to’the Matusow matter,” might | 
‘cated McCarthy. Fritchey testi- 


be indicted by the grand jury. 


\did not know at the time that} When Hughes again visited! 


Surine’s office around April, 
1955. Surine testified, Hughes 
asked to borrow the research 
pamphlet put out by the Re- 
publican Policy Committee. 

Surine said Hughes wanted 
to “correlate facts or inci- 
dences” Hughes said he had ob- 
tained during his “alleged 
work” with Fritchey, Rauh and 
“the others.” 

Asked by United States At-! 
torney Paul W. Williams if; 
Hughes had ever said that he 
had any “documents” indicat- 
ing:to the “world at large” that 
Hughes was an investigator for 
the McCarthy Committee, Su- 
rine replied: “No, sir; he did 
not.” | 
Surine said Hughes first) 
came to him in 1953 and said he 
had information reflecting “pos- 
sible subversion, maladminis- 
tration and maybe fraud” per- 
taining to an Air Force base in 
Saudi Arabia. Surine said 
Hughes presented Air Force se- 
curity credentials and appeared 
“very reliable” and “sincere.” 

The Government contends 
that Hughes went to Fritchey 
about Nov. 16, 1953, with forged 
“credentials” purportedly from 
the McCarthy Committee and 
attempted to convince Fritchey 
he had documents suggesting 
McCarthy was guilty of “illegal 
acts.” 

The Government also con- 
tends Hughes went to Rauh 
with similar material in Jan- 
uary, 1954, and told Rauh the 
same story while posing as a 
disgruntied McCarthy investi- 
gator. 

Fritchey testified today he 
had never known that Hughes 
had taken his story.of alleged 


—E —_ oe 
’ 


McCarthy staff to Rauh until 
November, 1954, This was after 
Rauh had taken the material he 
got from Hughes to The Wash- 
ington Post and Times Herald 
and that the newspaper had 
found Hyghes’ story false, 
Fritchey said. 

Rauh last week testified that 
he never knew Hughes had 
been to Fritchey with the ma- 
terial Hughes claimed impli- 


fied he accepted Hughes’ ma- 
terial in good faith but with 
growing skepticism after he 
was called to a meeting at the 
home of retired Brig. Gen. 
Cornelius J. Mara, of Alexan- 
dria, on Nov. 16, 1953, to hear 
Hughes’ story. 

Mara testified today he first 
received a telephone call from 
Hughes in the early part of 
November, 1953, in which 
Hughes said he had some in- 
formation about the Dhahran 
Air Force base in Saudi, Arabia. 

Then Assistant Military Aide 
to President Truman, Mara said 
Hughes’ information sounded 
legitimate because it coincided 
with what he knew of a trip 
Gen. Wallace Graham, White 
House physician ,had made to 
the air force base. 

Mara said he called in Fritch- 
ey, who had been an adminis- 
trative assistant to Truman 
while Mara was at the White 
House, because of Fritchey’s 
newspaper background. Mara 
said he first had suggested to 
Hughes that Gen. Nathan Twin- 
ing, Air Force Chief of Staff 
then, conduct a private investi- 
gation of Hughes’ story. 

Mara said Hughes balked 
and said that it would jeopard- 
ize his position “with the Mce- 
Carthy staff” and that he feared 
for the safety of his family. 


Butler Picks Treasurer 


Sen.- John Marshall Butler 
(R-Md.) announced yesterday 
the appointment of William 
Wallace, Braddock Heights, 
Md., as treasurer for his re- 
election campaign. Wallace was 
associated with Sears Roebuck 
& Co. for 39 years. He retired 


interview, which|L. Rauh Jr., chairman of ADA; intimidation of witnesses by the in 1952. 


—— 


Sen, Thomas C. Hennings employes. When it developed mittee for an Effective Con-;§ 727 OOF OOO OO OO Or Wow" 


- Lewis & Thos. Saltz... 409 G 


(D-Mo.), Chairman of the Sub- 
committee on Constitutional 
Rights which investigated the 
case, announced he was 
“amazed” the Treasury “has 


three-man security gress; James A. Wechsler, edi- 
hoard was unimpressed with tor of the New York Post; J. R. 
Treasury’s two formal charges,| Wiggins, executive editor, Al- 
Treasury Security Officer|fred Friendly, managing editor, 
Clarence O. Tormoen asked|and reporter Murrey Marder 


that the 


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not seen fit to utter one word that Hynning be declared a\0f the Washington Post and! 


‘of apology or regret for the 
two-year ordeal to which it 
| subjected Mr. Hynning.” 


‘security risk on the basis of Times Herald, were«involved 
the lawyer’s “veracity:” Mr.| Hughes, 35-year-old Air Force 
Hynning denied recollection of ve-.eran fro> 


Alexandria, Va.| 


| The Senator added: “The se- the conversation with the FBI is being tried by a jury of 10) 


‘curity bureaucracy keeps on 
itelling us that secrecy is 
‘the protection of the individual 
involved. But the Committee's 
experience has been that 
\secrecy protects only the bu- 
reaucracy and that the victim- 
ized individual's best hope of 
justice is to fight in the light 
of day.” 

Hynning, who joined Treas- 
ury in 1934 as a specialist in 
international law, originally 
faced two charges: 

1. That he was or had been a 
tmember of the Washington 
Bookshop Association. 

2. That he was’ “reported to 
have made statements during 
1942” that Communism is a 
democratic form of government; 
that he didn't think “it is dan- 
| serous at the present time”; 


In Congress 
TODAY 


more or less, does not readily 
take to silence without an in- 
ternal revolution. Of course, 


To Matusow 
sometimes a fellow talks a lot 


not to hear what others say. NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 27 ® 
It is a defensive mechanism. |The United States Fifth Circuit 
This silence. I must admit, is Court of Appeals today upset 
getting me dawn. They permit the contempt conviction of for- 
no visitors, so there is no one ,mer Communist Harvey Matusow 
to dispute with, even about the for lying about his lying. 
merits of unsalted, horribly Matusow, the ruling said, did 
cooked food. They do permit |not receive a fair hearing in 
me to read newspapers and March, 1955, when a Federal 
occasionally one sees a g00d court in Texas sentenced him to 
argument in one of them, like three years in prison. The Dis- 
Roscoe Drummond rooting to trict judge charged Matusow 
make Milton Eisenhower (tried to obstruct justice in the 
President. As I read Drum- | perjury trial of Clinton Jencks, 
mond’s argument, Milton is @ New Mexico union leader. who 
better man than Ike and if YOU | swore ne was not a Communist. 
don't want Milton, why in : 
heaven would you want Ike? | Matusow has testified as a 
I never thought of that be- Government witness against 
fore and as I have nothing to | “°™munists. 
do but gaze at beige walls and In the first trial of Jencks, 
dull skies and nobody to talk Matusow identified him as a 


Saudi Arabia 


To Contest British in U. N 


UNITED NATIONS, N. Y.! 
Jan. 27 #—Saudi Arabia threat- 
ened tonight to bring before 
the United Nations Security 
Council its dispute with Britain 
over Buraimi unless agree- 
ment is reached “promptly” on 
a plan for peaceful settlement. 

Buraimi is a tiny oasis near 
the Gulf of Oman on Saudi 
Arabia's southeast coast. Sur- 
veys have shown a heavy po-| 
tential for oil and both Britain) 
and the Arabian government) 
and British-backed Arab lead-' 
ers claim the territory. 

The Saudi Arabian U. N. dele-| 
gation issued a press statement 
designed to coincide with next 


a book, “False Witness.” in 


Communist. In a second trial, 
Matusow said he lied in the 
first. 

But the district judge de- 
cided Matusow was telling the 
@ truth in the first trial. 

ad am thoroughly convinced 
“Rei that . . 
British inspired press re-/¢o) Vit, Miners, deliberte’y 
ports indicated that it would ang maliciously and designedly 
be one of the aims of Prime schemed to obstruct justice in 
Minister Eden's visit to win this court.” the judge told 
United States support for the| Matusow, finding him guilty ef 
British position in the South- contempt. 
eastern Arabian peninsula. | But the Appeals Court de- 

“These provocative reports | cided that the judge ruled Mat- 
seek to prejudice world opin-|ysow guilty without extending 
ion on a case which may come 
before the Security Council 
shortly.” 


Communist. Matusow later wrote 
Airs Threat 


| the Constitution, such as a jury 
trial. 


er 


Senate Confirms 
SEMI-ANNUAL 


Vance for AEC 


Associated Press 
The Senate yesterday con- 


which he said Jencks was not a’ 


all rights guaranteed him by) 


Senate 
In recess until noon Monday. 
Committees: None 

House 
Not in session 
Cemmilttees: 


Interior and Insular Affairs—10 &. m 
pen. To hear Navy Department wit- 
nesses on military lend withdraws at 
Palion Neb. 1324 New Bids 


YESTERDAY 


Senate 
Met at noon 
Continued debate on natural gas dill 
Deba!t letter from the office of 
Asriculture Secretary Benson praising 
magazine article critical of farmers 


Passed and sent to House oqmpoctnne 
OF | 


nds 
disas- 


legisiation providing 
small business sadministration’s 
ter joan program 

Confirmed nominations. including Har- 
old 8. Vance to be a member of-—the 
Atomic Energy Commission 

Received Purtell bill to widen Coest 
Guard seuthority te imepect passenger 
vessels 

Received resolution expressing s«reet- 
ings to newly formed nation of Jordan 

ecelv Long bill giving veterans 
additional chance to ‘ake out GI life 
insurance 


Recessed 6:33 until noon Monday 


House 
adjournment until moon Monday 


at 


In 


for | 


men and 2 women before Fed- 
The security board subse-|eral Judge Archie O. Dawson 

quently offered to reconsider; Surine testified today he first 

the case—an unprecedented ac-|met Hughes in the fall of 1953 


agent in 1942.” 


tion. when Hughes came to his office 
Treasury said it has “not with information Hughes 
been decided” how much back thought might interest the Mc-! 
pay will be given Hynning, a Carthy Committee. 
$9800-a-year employe. | Surine said he _ referred 
Hughes to Francis P, Carr. then| 

lexecutive director of the Mc. 


- ' 
R ] iy ‘Carthy Committee staff. Su-| 
ed Ru in? rine testified he saw Hughes at} 


intervals later during the April- 
June. Army-McCarthy hearings 
lin 1954 and in the spring of! 
1955. | 
Surine testified that around | 


Seen on Way 
'March, 1955, Hughes came to! 


To Top Court 
his office and said he had been| 


A decision of the local U. S. working with the Democratic’ 
Court of Appeals narrowing) National Committeé and _ its 
the powers of congressional/chairman, Clayton Fritchey, 
committees to expose former over a period of time. 


; : ~,| Surine said Hughes stated he| 
‘Communists apparently will) pisined ieieretatien during| 


wind up in the Supreme Court!this time of interest to the 
for a final \ruling. |FBI ‘in the Matusow matter.” 

Justice Department lawyers) Hughes said he had a mass| 
began study of the opinion yes-| of information linking Fritchey, | 
terday with a view to asking|/ Rauh “and others” with “a con-| 
‘the high court to overturn it.|spiracy in connection with the} 
| The Appeals Court, dividing| Matusow matter,” Surine testi- 
2-1, ruled Thursday that con-|fied. Surine said Hughes 
| gressional committees lack'claimed he had been “working | 
‘power to compel witnesses to| closely” with the FBI since 
name former Communist asso-; December, 1954. 


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Virginia Senate 


Big Fight Brewing 
On Federal Employe 
Benefits System 


| . 
Interposition 


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' 


Measure Slated 
For Vote Tuesday, 
Final Passage 
Seen in Week 

By Robert E. Baker 


Staff Reporter 


Charter RICHMOND, Va., Jan. 27 
The General Assembly 


moved steadily today toward 
By Stat? Reporter 
RICHMOND, Va. Jan. 27-4 Passage of the Administra- 


eo oe ee and yin to provide for changes in tion’s interposition resolu- 
survivorship system should be'the Alexandria City Charter tion. 
President was introduced into the State! Otte «Gets ene 8 


liberalized. The 
wants it accomplished through Senate today, but it will vary| 
coordination of the Civil Serv-|in one respect from itc House Justice Committee approved 
ge meee! more with So-| ebunterpart. ' e Senate resolution, with 35 
Survivor insurance. NST gtd gyi Sent inenofhe 40 Senators ss patrony 
ton srk cepperting &. 2678, the| ip Boot leaves the election| ee tweedy. 
bill by Sen Johnston (D-S. C.) we Ra yee om eee sy pod . = 
i provide -eubetantial new council candidate receiving the| An identical resolution was 
benefits through the CSR most votes gets the post. introduced in the House of 
framework The House proposal, sched-| neiegates, bearing the signa- 
. ‘uled for introduction next 
RETIREMENT is a costly big) Wee by Del. James M. Thom-| ‘Ures of 93 of the 100 members. 
business, The present cost of 5°", Provides for the Mayor-) Thus, the resolution is likely 
CSR is officially estimated at|/#!ty race to be separate from/to be passed by the Assembly 
$1,380,000,000 a year, of which|the council race. The loser in next week. It is a document 
Uncle Sam’s cost is $843 million tte Mayoralty race would not which calls the United States 
(normal cost plus interest on Decome a member of the|Supreme Court desegregation 
his deficiency) and the employe | council. decision “illegal encroach- 
cost ‘is $537 million (6 per cent! Otherwise, the two bills will|ment’ upon state sovereignty. 
of his base salary), be the same, and provide that:|It asks other states and Con- 
Under the President's plan to| *® The City Manager would | gress to join. the protest and, 
coordinate CSR with OASI, the/™ake up the capital improve-/by a Constitutional amend- 


Of Alexandria 


Bill Seeks 
To Revamp 


THE PRICE TAG will be a 
major factor in the fight to give 
Federal employes larger retire- 
ment and survivorship benefits. 

The cost to both the Federal 
employe and to Uncle Sam are 
involved in the battle which 
promises to be the No. 1 em- 
ploye issue this year. | 

In general, there is agree-| 


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SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1956 


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Homeless Dogs 
Put at 120,000 


In District Area 


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Vicious Packs, 
Some 40 Strong, 
Roam at Large, 
Officials Assert 


“More than 120,000 un- 

licensed dogs are roaming. 
wild in the Washifigton Met-' 
ropolitan area, many in “vi- 
cious packs,” officials esti-| 
mated yesterday. 

The majority of the stray dogs 
are congregated in the less 
thickly populated suburbs 
where some of the packs num- 
ber as many as 40. County of- 
ficials said some of the packs 
have become a menace to the 
communities. 

The Prince Georges Commis- 
sioners spotlighted the problem 
yesterday after Kriel C. Harris, 
inspector of unlicensed dogs, 
reported an estimated 50,000 
stray and wild dogs in his 
county. He said about 800 dogs 
picked up by his staff were 
killed each month at the animal 
shelter. 

The Commissioners asked 
County Attorney William C. 
Kahler to draw up an ordinance 
reducing the time the dogs must 
be held at the shelter before 


Humanitarian 


Policeman 
To Receive 
GoodeAward 


ee 


| A young policeman who per- 
‘sonally saw to it that the wife 
and six children of a man he 
had arrested were fed, clothed 
And _ = sheltered 
for six months 
will be honored 
for his consid- 
eration. 

He is Metro- 
politan Police 
Pvt. John E 
Drass, 25, of 
the 14th Pre- 
cinct, selected 
to receive the 
first annual 
Chaplain Alex- 
ander D. Goode Humanitarian 
Award. It will be presented 
Sunday, proclaimed by Commis- 
sioners as “Humanitarianism 
Day.” 

Drass, of 2220 Wingate rd., 
Suitland, will be honored by 
Alexander D. Goode Post No. 
386, Jewish War Veterans of 


Drass 


over-all cost would be down ™Ment budget whenever coun-| ment, decide whether the ques- 
temporarily. The employe cost Ci! asked for it. Now, the plan-|tion of segregated schools is) 


being destroyed from five to 
three days, after Harris said 
there were more dogs than the 


the USA. The post and auxil- 
iary will celebrate their sevy- 
enth anniversary at an Award 


would be $499 million and the "ing commission proposes the within the power of the indi- 
Government's cost is estimated |C4pital improvement budget. vidual state. 
at $825 million. or a total of * The City Manager, instead| The interposition resolution 
$1.324,000,000 a year. of the city council, would ap- is a maneuver designed to attain 
In other words, Administra-|P0O!nt the real estate assessor. | the opposite end to the one its 
tion officials will testify that; ® The. police and firemen/ostensibly seeks. It proposes a 
émploye retirement and sur-|*!4l board would be abolished,| Constitutional amendment that 
vivor benefits can be increased 8° the city can set up person-| would forbid racial segregation 
—substantially in many cases—/|"¢l procedures for all city em-/in schools, 
and the cost to all concerned |Ployes. Interposition proponents in 
would be cheaper, at least tem-'|. * The Board of Architectural| the South expect the amend- 
porarily. The reason for it, Review would be given charter ment would fail to secure tHe 
they say, is the broader OASI|POWer to preserve the old his-|approval of the 36 states! 
base, which covers many mil- toric buildings and sections of needed. The effect of this. in 
lions. |Alexandria through regulations.|their view, would be to affirm 
However. the cost of the Ad- However, there is a question that segregation is constitu- 
ministration plan would in- Whether such a provision, al-' tional, thereby invalidating the! 
crease gradually to a top ready in ordinance form in| Supreme Court decision for 


shelter could handle. 

Harris said a particularly 
vicious pack forages for food 
at a dump at Brown Station| The managing editors 
and Brooke rd., near Ritchie.| Washingtén’s three daily news- 
Other areas troubled by roam-! papers selected Pvt. Drass from 
ing dogs include Palmer Park,' among many nominations. 


Fairmont Heights and Hillside 

cease sla ae Court Acquits 
17 of 45 Taken 

In “Club’ Raid 


Breakfast in the Cameo Room 
of the Madison Arms banquet 
hall 

of 


Pr is 


By Charies Del Vecchio. Staff Photographer 


Polio Mother to ‘March on Polio’ 


with polio just two weeks before Mark's 
birth. Another son, Paul, 3, is at right. The 
family, now living at 1505 Van Buren st. 
nw., will leave in May for Athens where 
Sorensen will have a three-year assign- 


baited trap to capture dog 
ipacks after a suggestion by 
‘Commissioner A. Preston Per- 
irie that the dogs be shot was 
rejected. The inspector said 
imany of the dogs found in the 
‘area had been dumped by Dis- 
trict residents. 


Mrs. Orril E. Sorensen, who gave birth to 
her 15-month-old son Mark (left) while in 
an iron lung at Walter Reed Army Hos- 
pital, is one of about 35,000 mothers who'll 


oO 
$1,636,000,000 in 1975. In that| “!exandria, 
year, the employe cost would| | 


is constitutional. desegregation. 


' 
The only members who did’ 
not sign the Virginia House| 
resolution were Delegates Kath-| 
ryn Stone, of Arlington: Omer! 


participate Tuesday in the “Mothers’ March 
on Polio.” Mrs. Sorensen was struck down 


ment as Army Attache. 


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| 
A Washington Post and'! 
Times ! erald survey of area’ 
\dog officials revealed an esi-| 


‘mated 121,000 unlicensed dogs| 


Evidence Declared 
Insufficient: Cases of 


Inquest Verdict 


Pair Held 
In Fatal 


|Auto Crash — 


18 Others Deferred 


in the metropolitan area. . Be-| 
isides the 50,000 in Prince 
Georges, officials said there are| Municipal Court Judge An- 
40,000 in Fairfax; 15,000 in drew J. Howard Jr. yesterday 
Montgomery; 10,000 in the Dis- acquitted 17 persons of charges 
trict; 5000 in Arlington and 1000 °f being present in an illegal 


° ” 

Hurt in Crash 
. 

' | ‘ . n Alexandria establishment on grounds that 

At Alexandi 1a! Rusty Neal, of the Fairfax S°vermment evidence against 


'dog division. said there are them was insufficient. 

| about 60,000 dogs in the county, They were on trial with 28 
40.000 of which are loose and Others, accused of the same of- 
running in packs of from 8 to femse as the result of a police 
10. Last year, catchers picked raid Jan. 14 on a “club” at 2010 
=e 2894 wandering canines. 1$th st. nw. where police said 


'Most of them were destroyed, “ hisky was being sold illegally 
and a dice game was in progress, 


|L. Hirst and John C. Webb, of 
'Fairfax: Henry Stuart Carter. 
of Bristol: Robert Whitehead, of 
Nelsoh: H,. Clyde Pearson, a 
Republican from Lee County, 
and Vernon S. Shaffer, a Re- 
publican from Shenandoah 
County, who is a member of 
the Gray Commission. 

Many of the House members, 
who previously announced op- 
position to interposition, joined 
in patronage of tha resolution, 
including Del. William L. Win- 
ston, of Arlington. As he ex- 


2 Operators Five Firemen 


Of Streetcars 
Held in Crash 


Reckless Driving 
Charged to Pair in 
Freak Accident 


Laundry Truck 
And Apparatus 
Hit at Intersection 


A former mayor of Land- 
lover Hills, who testified he did 
‘not know what a flashing red 
traffic light meant, and a Ta-| 


Five Alexandria firemen. en 


be $655 million and Uncle Sam's . ° 
bill would be $981 million. The 1) k cr B 
amount would be 18.26 per cent rin ing out 
ef the Government payroll. R | Pi 
JOHNSTON'S bill will be op-| esu ts in 
posed by the Administration 
mainly because of its cost, Fk | B ‘ i | 
which is estimated at $521 mil-| ata raw 
lion a year. Under it, officials 
say the cost of CRS would jump Carpenter Held 
next year from an estimated é 
‘ 000 to $1,901,000,000,} Im Arlington on 
or from 15.42 to 21.24 per cent Mard Cha 
Gf the payroll. - “murder rge 
Uncle Sam's cost under the 
Johnston bill, as written, would An Arlington carpenter was 
be increased from $843 million|charged yesterday with slay- 
to $1,364,000,000 a year. The ing his 54-year-old roommate 
employe cost of $537 million at 2811% N. 24th st.. Arlingt 
would remain unchanged, as oom st., Arlington, 
Johnston, in S. 2875, didn’t pro-| 4 the aftermath of a drinking 
pose any increase in the pres- bout, police said. 
ent 6 per cent contribution. | A former school teacher 
HoWever, numerous employe who lived at the same address 
ng of S. 2875, particu-| was held as a material witness. 
eg sarin Une 
: was charged wi 
more than willing to have the of Shirley B. 5+ Mea — 
employe contribution boosted employed. An autopsy. showed 
from 6 to 7 per cent, whieh Wharton died of a skull frac- 
would raise about $90 million ture received from a blow on 
toward the estimated $521 mil-the head, according to De- 
Hon cox ofthe bil By tbe way |tecve, Capt Dudley. Hee 
/ a =| Gor 
bill are sure to be challenged; , - 
by those who believe the actual “— material witness 
fi ' aie tb h was Mrs. Helen K. Linger. 43, 
sath wo e somew at who taught school in West Vir- 
s : stan jginia from 1935 to 1949, ac- 
THE EMPLOYE COST under |©°r@ing to Rector. | 
the Administration plan would| Rector said both Mrs. Linger 
be an average of 5.57 per cent 49d Unsworth told police that 
up to 1960 instead of the pres-\the two men had exchanged 
ent flat 6 per cent. He'd pay blows in a drinking bout two 
3% per cent on his first $4200 Gays ago. 
of basic salary, plus 6 per cent Unsworth admitted that he 
on any remainder into CSR. blackened Wharton's eyes be- 
This would be a permament — Wharton called Mrs 
fixed cost. ,inger “a few unchoice names 
In addition. he'd pay ° per that she resented,” Rector 
cent on his first $4200 of basic | Sid. | : 
salary to OASI, but his OASI| Mrs. Linger told police that 
cost would increase as follows: di mga ene ws the house 
2% per cent in 1960; 3 per cent) 45ursday night for a walk, she 
in 1965; 3% per cent in 1970, heard a “thump” outside. She 
and 4 per cent in 1975. _ Unsworth found Wharton 
In other words, starting in|4ying on the ground and car- 
1975, under the Administration ried him to bed. 
lan, the employe cost would be| Mrs. Linger told police that 
% per cent on the first $4200, when she tried to 


plained: 

“Proponents of the resolution 
ave agreed to omit all refer-| 
nee to nullification and by 
doing so have satisfied a pre- 
ponderance of the members. 
Sen. Harry C. Stuart, chief pa- 
tron of the Senate bill, made it 
quite clear the. resolution does 
not suspend, or attempt to sus- 
pend, the Supreme Court deci- 
sion in Virginia. 

“It does, however, point out 
that the way the constitution 
should be amended is by action 
of the States, and not by decree 
of the Supreme Court.” 

Stuart and Gov. Thomas B. 
Stanley have said that the reso- 
lution will not interfere with 
enactment of the Gray Com- 
mission program for avoiding 
enforced integration in schools. 

Thus the final form of the 
resglution apparently will be a 
far cry from the nullification— 
refusal to recognize and follow 
the decision—as first advocated 
many weeks ago. It has taken 
a long time and many changes 
to reach the present form, 
which is acceptable to the As- 
sembly. 

Meanwhile, the die appar- 
ently was cast in the annual 
battle on the State Milk Com- 
mission. The House passed a 
resolution calling for a study 
of the Commission and the 22- 
year-old Milk and Cream Act 
which sets it up. The study 


h 
e 


awaken would be made by the Virginia 


of base salary and 6 per cent| Wharton yesterday, she could Advisory Legislative Council, 


not rouse him. 


on any remainder. 
REFUNDS: The money the’ Unsworth was 
employe pays into CSR would bond. Mrs. 
be refunded to him when he'on $2500 bond 
leaves the Fedbral service un- 
less he's eligible for an imme-| : ~ 
diate annuity. In fact, he'd need Chemical Unit to Move: 
@ minimum of.J0 years of serv-}) BALTIMORE, Jan. 27 
ice to be paid an annuity ex-'The Chemical Corps materiel 


held without 


cept disability benefits which | command will move from here f 
| , be sold in one-gallon containers 4, 
Edgewood, Md., April 1, the progressed in both houses with 


. Gould be paid after five years to the Army Chemical Center 
of service. 
No money paid into OASI' Arm 


y has announced. 
gould be returned to an em- , 


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: 


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® price-fixing power. 


She called which would report recommen- 
Unsworth, who notified police.| dations to the Assembly in 1958. 
The resolution would serve) 
Linger was held as a practical block to other|\window by waving a news- 


proposals, previously  intro- 
duced, which either would 
abolish the Commission out- 
right, or eliminate its retail 


In another action on the milk) 
ront, bills permitting milk to! 


final action probable next week. 


ploye ——_ in the form of! 
earned benefits. 
| Automobile Dealer 


Mother to Receive 


Sanity Test in Knifing | ntire Qurisman Estate 


A 34-year-old Mount Rainier) 
woman accused of stabbing her | 
daughter in a murder-suicide’ 
attempt was committed yester- 
day to Spring Grove State Hos- 
pital for mental observation. 

Mrs. Naomi M. Gump of 3325 
Chauncey pl. was examined by 
Drs. James Sasscer and Pau! C. 
VanNatta at Marlboro jail. She left an estate of more than 
fs accused of attempting to 
murder her daughter Margaret, 


$5,440,000, Goes to Son 


: 


$5,440,000 when he died Dec. 20, ' receive the benefit of insurance 
according to a petition filed in policies. His 


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Benjamin Ourisman, presi-jearlier last year. She was not| 
dent of Ourisman Chevrolet, mentioned in the will. His first two children escape serious 


‘Ine., and its affiliated firms,|™ 


ife, Florence, died in 1930. | 
The will stated that Ouris-| 
man’s mother and sisters will | 


’ 


mother, Mary) 


Assistant Corporation Coun- 
sel Clark F. King ordered two 
Capital Transit streetcar oper- 
ators held on charges of reck- 
less driving yesterday as the 
result of a freak accident Nov.: 
4 in which a Navy petty officer 
was critically injured. 

Charged were Emory C. 
Brady, 62, of 2622 N. George 
Mason dr., Arlington, and John 
M. Calvin, 23, of 4806 Leland 
st.. Chevy Chase. Both men 
demanded a jury trial, which 
was set for Feb. 24. 

At a hearing before King the 
two streetcar operators said 
that Brady’s vehicle lost its 
power at Glen Echo while on 
the Cabin John run and was 
being pushed. by Calvin's 
streetcar at the time of the 
accident on Galena pil, near 
Sherrier pl nw. 

Police’ stated that Brady's 
streetcar, its lights out as the 
result of loss of power and at- 
tached to the pushing vehicle 
by a connecting bar, struck an 
automobile driven by Calvin 
D. Orselli, 23, of 5415 Cathe- 
dral ave, nw. 

Orselli, who was crossing the 
streetcar right-of-way on Ga- 
lena pl., suffered head injuries 
which rendered him wuncon- 
scious for two weeks. His car 
was pushed 234 feet down the 
streetcar tracks from the point 
of impact, police said. 

Brady told King he had sig- 
nailed out of the streetcar 


paper when the two streetcars 
approached the _ intersection’ 
and Galvin, whose vision was 
obstructed by the unlighted! 
17-ton vehicle ahead of him, 
had stopped short of Galena pl. 
Brady, a veteran of 32 years 
iving a streetcar, said when 
the two connected vehicles pro- 
ceeded Orselli’s car crossed the 
intersection and the accident 
occurred. | 

The two CTC employes said 
a switchkey was not available 
at the Glen Echo loop, making) 
it impossible for the unlighted 
streetcar to be switched to a 
position behind Calvin's ve-) 
hicle to be pulled and putting | 
the vehicle with headlights in 
the front. ) 


2 Children Hurt | 


Heavy winter clothes helped 
in- 

jury when they fell out of a) 
moving auto in Arlington yes-| 
terday. 
The two children, Dion, 4, and 
Betty Jean Pfalzgraf, 2, fell out! 


’ 
’ 


‘with a twice-as-big sedan driven 


_A moment later, he replied to a 


koma Park woman were held 
yesterday for Municipal Court 
action as an afiermath of a 
fatal traffic accident last fall. 

A coroner's jury deliberated 
45 minutes in the cases of Wil- 
liam Zundel, 48, of 7102 Web- 
ster St.. Landover Hills; Md.., 
now a Federal deputy marshal, 
and Delores Virginia Thomp- 
son, 53, of 115 Lee ave., Takoma 
Park, 

A Cheverly man, 42-yearold 
John E. Walker, was fatally in- 
jured when a small imported 
ear he was riding in collided, 


route to a two-alarm fire, were 
injured yesterday when their 
wagon collided with a laundry 
truck at the intersection of 
Columbus and Duke sts. 

Treated for bruises 
lacerations at Alexandria Hos- 
pital were:, William Fox, 25; 
Douglas Emerson, 29; William 
Lyons, 28; Oscar Moyer, 25; and 
Park Kersey, 23. 

All five are members of 
Engine Company Na 4. They 
were responding to a house 
fire at 326 S. Patrick st. 

Driver of the Manhattan 
Laundry truck, John L. Allen, 
34, of 902 Sable dr., Alexandria, 
was treated for facial lacera- 
tions at Alexandria Hospital, 
according to police. 

No charges were placed by 
police. 

The fire at the home of Mrs. 
Hettie L. Hayes apparently 
began in a kerosene heater, ac- 
cording to Charles Sampson, 
Assistant Deputy Fire Chief. 
He said the fire gutted the 
dining room and caused smoke 
damage to five other rooms. 


and 


by Mrs. Thompson, a Census 
Bureau employe, at 13th and 
Missouri ave. nw. on October 
22. Zundel was driving Walker 
home after a poker party. 

The scene of the aceident at 
about 2:30 a. m. was a well- 
lighted, unobstructed intersec- 
tion protected by flashing traf- 
fic lights, ‘according to testi- 
mony of Pvt. Earl B. King 

Zundel, he said, was moving 
east on Missouri ave., slowed 
down when confronted with a 
flashing red signal and then 
started through the. intersec- 
tion. The car, carrying Mrs. 
Thompson and her husband, 
Ethan, moving north on 
13th st.. he said, slowed down 
for a flashing yellow beacon 
and also started through the 
intersection. She was listed as 
the driver. 

The crash followed, hurling 
the small car with Zundel and 
Walker, 54 feet on the north 
side of Missouri. 

Zundel, said King, had 32 
years driving experience and 
Mrs. Thompson 30 years. Nei- 
ther, according to other testi- 
mony, saw the other car until 
the cars were about to collide. 

The deputy marshal, assigned 
to District Court here, was 
critically injured and this was 
the reason for the delay in the 
inquest, said Coroner A. Ma- 
gruder MacDonald. 

Zundel testified he “slowed 
down to about a complete stop) 
and shifted the car into first.” 


2 Conn. Ave. Shops 
Closed by Blaze 


Two Connecticut ave. shops 
were figuring fire losses yes- 
terday, after a stockroom blaze 
Thursday. 

Fire at the I. Miller Shoe 
Store, 1133 Connecticut ave. 
nw., blamed on an overheated 
“shoe-stretching machine,” de- 
stroyed approximately 5000 
pairs of ladies’ expensive shoes. 

Smoke, which spread next! 
door to the Erlebacher women's 
wear shop, caused that estab-| 
lishment to close yesterday and 
today for inventory. | 


Dorsey Files for Judge 


ANNAPOLIS, Md., Jan. 27 
#—Philip H. Dorsey, veteran 
St. Marys County Democratic 
leader, filed today for nomina- 
tion to a new circuit judgeship 
created for his county in the 
Seventh Judicial Circuit, 


: 


he said. . 

According to Frank B. Marks,| Of the remaining 28, con- 
District poundmaster, about “muamces to Feb. 24 were 
4000 strays are picked up in 8tamted in 18 cases in order that 
Washington each year. Mont-|2 Dattery of defense attorneys, 
gomery County records showed headed by Henry Lincoln John- 


about 500 dogs a. month were |5°": might prepare a memoran- 
captured last year dum stemming from a motion 


The size of the packs vary {°F dismissal by Johnson on 
grounds the arrests were illegal. 

One defendant, Roosevelt 
Covert. 24. of Philadelphia, 
season. The packs roam near Pleaded guilty and was given a 
schools, apartment houses and /Suspended 10-day jail term by 
dumps. e Judge Howard on the promise 
-\of Covert’s mother that she 
would take him back to Phila 
delphia. 

Charges against the nine 
other defendants were dropped 
by the prosecution before the 
trial entered its third day yes 
terday. Assistant U. 5S. Attor- 
nevs Harry Alexander and Jo- 
seph M. Hannon described the 
nine as “borderline” cases 
where the defendants either 
had a reasonable excuse for 


Of Nurses 
Given Nod 
evens rene B rh ~ thet ph nll 


| The Commissioners’ Citizens being committed on the prem- 
|Advisory Council approved and | *5€*- 
‘sent to Commissioners yester- 


day a proposed bill to regulate Police Mav Have 
the profession of practical nurs- we of , 
ing in the District through i Your Wrist W atch 
censing power. 
Woolsey Hall, acting chair-| Property Clerk Earl Hartman 
man of the e geperaan — the is busy giving out watches at 
measure wou give Commis-', E 
sioners through the Nurses Ex- Police Headquarters, 300 Indi 
amining Board power to license | #54 4ve 
practical nurses after examin-| Yours may be among them, 
ations. if you left it with watchmaker 
At present, Hall said, any-'Chester E. Lawson of 1735 | st. 
one can operate here asa “prac- Nw. Lawson disappeared mys- 
tical” nurse. Once the meas-teriously on Jan, 2, leaving re- 
ure is law, he added, only those paired and _ disassembled 
approved and licensed by the| watches on the premises. 
Board could functién as prac-| If customers show either 
tical nurses. claim checks or receipts of 
The bill was first approved purchase they may obtain their 
by the Council's health and| watches today until noon, or 
welfare committee, headed by Monday, starting at 9 a. m. 
William J. Smith, and is essen-' ; 
tially the same as one drawn! 
up and presented to the Budget | 
Bureau last July. The Bureau’! 
returned it to the Commission. 
ers for modifications. 


with the seasons, the dogcatch 
ers reported. There are more 
anu larger packs during mating 


By Advisers 


| 
, 


Licensing 


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| SAVING 
| FORA 


query by Henry R. Berger, Mrs. | 
Thompson's attorney, that he 
“didn't know” a flashing red For Downtown Area 
light meant “stop” until he was : 

told of the regulation at the in-| 
quest. 


District Probes 
Elevator Injury 


inspectors 
an an investigation yester- 
of an elevator accident to 


District elevator 
beg 
day 


| Private industry is expected 


add approximately 3000) 
Thursday night in which the 


9000 New Parking Spots 


In 3 Years Seen Here 


VACATION? 


EVERY DOLLAR you save 
at REPUBLIC earns 
you Top Dividends, with 
interest cumrnulating semi- 


in favor of the expansion of! 
the fringe parking program. | 

The organization's Commit- 
nforcement recom- 


District Court yesterday. |Ourisman Schwartz, lives at|of a car driven by their mother, | ‘parking spaces a year for the tee on 
thy earold 208 0f 8 Chilean vext three years, in the down- mended all police departments 


The petition asked probate of 2840 16th st. nw. His sisters | Mrs. Didier Pfalsgraf of Merri- i 
Ourisman’s will, which leaves are Mrs. Harry Rosenthal, 4545 field, Va. as she made a lett | “'Bromat yt page 5 4 a gain) oa area, the Metropolitan %€ urged to employ radar or 
his entire estate to his two sons, Connecticut ave. Mrs.|turn off Arlington blvd. onto ,.. for nearty an hourlArea Traffic Council was tald| caer”! speed check devices 
Mandell J, Ourisman of 7201 Belle Klawans, 4201 Massachu-' North Henderson rd., Arlington.| when he entered an automatic! for the enforcement of speed 
Glenbrook rd, Bethesda, and/setts ave. nw., Mrs. Harold J.| The children were treated for|ejeyator at the Hotel Windsor?’ |regulations. It also urged the 
Florenz R. Ourisman *of \Hoff of the same address, and | minor injuries at Arlington hos-|park 2300 Connecticut ave| This program should provide adoption and use of chemical 
30th st. nw. ‘Mrs. Harold Blicher of Miami. pital. nw. The doors snapped shut adequate parking in the central | ests in driving while under the’ 
According to the petition filed) The company bearing Ouris-/ Mrs. Pfalzgraf, whose hus-'on his waist and started to rise, business district, the Couneil’s ‘™Mwence of liquor cases. | 
by Attorney Walter N. Tobriner,)man’s name was founded in/band is a District fireman, said Firemen pried the boy loose|Traffic Improvement Commit-| 4 taird re gegp dation was) 
Ourisman, who was 56 when he Rh wd go most iene , a ™~ pores renee me with power jacks. tee reported at the quarterly vised + eweglhes F 5 state-super-; 
oc ne. car's front door as she made t Pedro : 4 inspectio 
Ourisman was a ve of turn. She said w , the son of Col. Anibal the Silver Spring 
Russia the children 


States 
active 
— 


5, with a butcher knife Thurs- 
day. The girl, who suffered a 
shallow wound in her back, 
was listed in good condition at 
Prince Georges County Hos- 
pital. 


annualiy— 
Your savings earn you 
more at ./. 

(ne 


-‘Today’s Chuckle 
Asterisk’ ("), though like a 


star, 
_ We do not wonder what you 
are. 

We've felt the jolt your mean- 
fn im footnote: *Plus Fed- 
eral, Tax. ) 


the Soldiers 
king. The 
rd as being‘ road 


the use of 
site for “fringe 
group went on 


F 

here, was in “satisfactory” con- 
dition yesterday at Walter Reed 
‘Hospital. 


she 

winter outfits, to 
+ grandfather, J. W. 
) (of 2649 Pershing 


Ourisman and his second 
wife, Veronica, fe parate d 


a 


pl WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


Saturday, January 28, 1956 te Fled Latvia 


Mrs. Klava, 
Refugee of 


32. 


Fairfax Faces 
Delegate Race 


| By Muriel Guinn 


Mrs. Goldsborough Dies; 
Widow of Jurist Here 


| Mrs. T. Alan Goldsborough,| years. A staunch Democrat and 
72, — S the ony Judge supporter of President Frank-} 
and a longtime resident of Den-|).. r Roosevelt, Judge Golds 


ton, Md., died yesterday at 
borough was appointed to the) 


GU Chaplain 
For 16 Years | Emergency | Reds, Dies al | 
Hospital of District Court bench here in) | 
1939. He died in 1951. | Mrs. Auguste Klava, 70, who 


The Rev. James M. Duff, S. J.,| burns suffered © 
who served as chaplain of) Se eee | hed oP gag ~ Mrs. fon fled her native Latvia as the 
Georgetown University from '" her_ apart borou ormer ura) Communists took over in 1940,’ 
1938-54, died of a heart attack be gperrs 270 Q | ree Bt. a wooed Co! yo died Wednesday of lung cancer. 
yesterday. He was 64. | A native of | tivities and a member of Christ|#t George Washington Univer 

Father Duff, a native of Phila- Milford, Del., Church, where serv- sity Hospital. 

_delphia, was graduated from St. yrs Goldsbor. » 1 be held at 12:30 p.m.|. When the Communists moved 

tutional convention on March Joseph's College there and en- into the tiny republic at the be- 

In Arlington County and ough moved to “shes is survived by two daugh. ginning of the war, Mrs. Klava, 
Alexandria opposing factions tered the Society of Jesus at Denton after 


‘ters, Eliza Gough and Mrs. with her daughter, Austra, and 
have agreed to back a single St, Andrew-on-Hudson in 1913. her marriage in ‘Heath D. Goldsborough of son-in-law, Bruno Albats, es- 
candidate. He studied philosophy at Wood-' 1910. Judge 


o 
Suit Asks 
S100 000 ' Colgssereugn ‘Washington; a son, George caped into Germany. Mr. Klava,) 

e « Arlington, Fairfax and Alex- stock College and taught classi- Goldsborough was county|Goldsberough of Laurel, Md.,! detained by the Communists, 

a , /andria are entitled to a single cal languages at Ford Uni-| Prosecutor there at the time. agricultural economist for the| never got out and died in Lat- 
‘convention seat each. versity before his primes Th in | |He later served as a Congress-| Department of Agriculture; two 


via in 1954. 
A $100,000 malicious prosecu-| [ny Fairfax County four can- man from Maryland for 18 sisters and five grandchildren. | 
Through his work as a parish | 


; Mrs. Klava finally arrived in 
tion suit has been filed in Alex-, didates have filed so far. They this country in 1949. Several 
andria Federal Court against|are Charles Pickett, Fairfax. ‘priest in southern Maryland : 
/and as chaplain of City Hospital | M T ] 
rs. Laylor, 
Author and 
introduce chewing m to 


weeks ag6, she ame quite 
an assistant manager of an Ari-|**torney; John H. Rust, Fair- bec 
n New York City, Father Duff | 
the United States, died to- | IVl | 


ill and, after two weeks exam- 
ash Sef lod \fax attorney; Victor E. Parker, ination, was said to have 
afeway store. 
ington y Falls Chureh economic “4 remembered by many as a 
man who consoled and aided | 
day at his home. He was | 
102. 
his father, 


) cancer. 
The suit was filed late Thurs-'search consultant; and Theo- | Both Mr. and Mrs. ae 
day against Robert Booher, ag an agnor od ome on," when help was needed most. ‘became American citizens in 

sistant manager of the store at P pany He is survived by three broth-| 

ers, Thomas, Edward and Fran-| 

| It was with 
Thomas Adams, that Mr. 

Adams pioneered in the 


> Seend IM rd 1954. He is now executive sec- 
ean Brundage, Forestville, retary of the American-Latvian | 
4975 Columbia pk., Arlington, 
filed late yesterday. He opposes! -.'hug all of Philadelphia, and. 
|a sister, Sister Joseph Aloyse, | 
introduction of chicle to 
this country as a base for 


by attorneys for James E. the Gray Commission proposals. eucoaee tes & 
Thomes 20, of 89 P ze 4 i No- Attorney Hardee Chambliss, learn English and become good 
omas was acquitted in w ‘ o file as th : 
vember by an Arlington Circuit ves i te ne conihdene” he | The funeral will be held Mon-| ee ere ee the aconuslil "elles at Wood. 
Court jury of charges that he pairfax County, said ventandee day at Holy Trinity Church in ore rt boast Sage ar ae ward & Lothre | 
took part in a $2000 holdup at he wil; not be a delegate be. Georgetown, where he was a) itable and social activities in 7... Klava, wie lived with, 
the store last July. A prosecu- aayce he * ‘doesn’t want to get parish priest at the time of his Roanoke, Va. for mapy years, her family at 1727 Kenyon st., ' 
tion witness cast doubt OM into ao hassle.” death, with Office of the Dead died of a heart | nw. also leaves & pwns some Brand tributions may be made to the First | 
Booher’s identification of| Aantiamendment leaders con- 4* 19:30 and Mass at 11 a. m: chewing gum. 
Their experiments in 
their New York home led 
to the establishment of 
Adams and Sons which 
later merged with the 
Chicle Co., to become the 
American Chicle Co. The 
firm now produces “chic- 


attack Thurs- | Laila, 12, a student at Gordon} BELL. CARL C. 
Thomas as one of the holdup) .ider Pickett “not acceptable.” iday at the Junior High School. Hei en Bell 
men Parker, who ran as a Republi- 
lets”. and “Dentyne” chew- 
ing gum. 


Father Duff, 


Prayer for Today 


Almighty God, the Father 
of all thy children, we thank 
thee today for the rich 
heritage thou hast given us 
}in our young people; Help 
us not to blame and condemn 
them so much. Lead us to 
help and encourage them 
more. But, more imporfant, 
set our feet aright that those 
who. follow our footsteps 
may find*‘their path to thy 
presence through Jesus, our 
Lord, Amen. 

—Hoover Rupert, Jackson, 
Mich., minister, First Meth- 
odist Church. 

£ 1956 by the Division of 


Bey on a ional Coun- 
urches Christ in the 


fer ela’ at ipa. and Earn 
ade" 
_KUTTNER,  ronmie L. 


Staff Reporter 
Fairfax County is the only 
area in Northern Virginia’ 
where a contest has developed 
for seats in the Virginia consti-| 


In Holdup Case 
Damage 


{ yri 
Christian 
ners! H e, 8534 
Forms pt gp 

ela on onday, 
Bp m. Interment, 

oy 


Ce ers 


. re 
Geormia ave. 
an 


ee 
Shiga Sitios. 55 


Card of Thanks 


DASCEE. EU 4--— ws wish to express 
Tt sincere appreciation to our friends} 

and neighbors ry th A. dness. pray- | 
ers. sympathy and tributes ex-)| 
tend us at the ‘checine of our) 
beloved husband and brother-in-law. 
Fugene ke. epecially wish to 
(pent irkiey and | Funeral | 


ome of Glen hen DAACKE AND | 
Died 


BAXTER , Bement hone t vride 3 


u.S ‘1th s Aritngton. 
usband of 
Ro 


Adams, Chewing 
Gum Pioneer 


SOMERVILLE, N. J., Jan. 
27 @®—Horatio M. Adams, 
who with his father helped 


t Lincoin 


ROBERT A. 4 


XTER MeCALLAM, 
municat Seg of 


P 


Mr 0 n. 
reer services o eanectiny 

1. Port Mever Cha il 
hy ante Tment rington Nationa j 


ne 


ot 


~ Of 2504 10th st 
1956, 


father 
rothy 


M ‘ EORGE T. Sudden 

Thursday January 26 1 GhORce 
T. MILES, beloy h 
late Gladys s. paee proe of 


Hy 
maith Mary ie: 
rs. a 
“Thomas 


home of a Services will be held at 1| aon 
can candidate for the state 3en- ‘daughter, Mrs. D. m. today at the S. H. Hines! 
Norman L. Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. 
Gregg Jr., 5712 nw., with burial at Ft. Lincoln 
Massachusett s | Cemetery. 


ave. nw. | 
Col. John E. Doyle 


Mrs. Taylor, 
who had n 
ill for Phan, ’ Col. John Edward Doyle,| 
than six years ‘ /USA-ret., 65, died of a heart at-; 
when she fisst Mrs. Taylor 'tack Dec. 20 on Okinawa, where 
suffered a coronary throm-'he and his wife had arrived two ™ 
| Dosis, was the widow of Maj. weeks earlier for a visit with 
‘R. Frank Taylor, USA, who their daughter on the first leg| 
died 19 years ago. of a trip around the world, 
She was the former presi-'was learned heré yesterday. 
Col. Doyle, who served in 
America and United Daugh- both World Wars. was retired C®O. SAMuet ond, 
ters of the Confederacy chap- in 1949 as the senior Army in-| 1956. husband of ; 
ters in Roanoke, and was ajstruetor for the organized re-| [3i>s%,°% james © oot wand ©, An | 
member of the Writer’s Guild. serve of the state of Wyoming. | 
Mrs. Taylor also served on the| Before joining the Army in 
board of the Salvation Army,|1917, he worked as a reporter 
organized the Greenwood rd.\on the Detroit News and other 
Garden Club in 1927 and/papers in Michigan. Between 
helped found the Mary Louise| wars he served at various posts 
Home of the Kings’ Daughters, throughout the United States, | 
a home for elderly women. Panama and the Philippines. | 
Mrs. Taylor also has two He was sent overseas as the) 
books of poetry to her credit, Deputy Inspector General of 
“Out of the Night,” published the European Theater in 1942. | $ar. Friends may call at the 5. i ment 
in 1941, and “Bond With Eter-|_ After the war, Col. Ryan was} st. ny. after 12 noon Sunday, Jana- MQSS. JOHN THOMAS. On Thursday 
nity, ”" which came out in 1949. Deputy Commander of the’ Lecsbure. Va. JOHN THOMAS 
Besides Mrs. Gregg, Mrs./>Uippes Sub Area in France 
Taylor leaves another daugh- Where troops were processed for 
ter, Mrs. E. G. Overstreet of eturn to the States. 
Roanoke, and two grandchil- Besides his wife, Lillian, Col. 
dren. Doyle is survived by the daugh-| 
ter in Okinawa, Patricia Davis: | 
Funeral services and burial | rei on 
will take place Sunday in another daughter, Rosemary | randchildren. Serv-| a et el ._o a 7 
| Roanoke Simpson of Norristown, Pa., a’ "2 th st. nw. o1 M nd : Post. brother "giwerd Ww. 
| sister and four grandchildren. tins ll - H. Post and item 
Sacramento Mason . pig ee. ay ryt _ hs : Home. set ‘Clevelung ‘tres fiverial 
Ss a a e yer n = anvuary sv. & : by 
Sacramento Mason, 68, widow | Chapel with burial in Arlington —<—<_. 
of Robert G. Mason who operat-| Cemetery. | ies “Punerat Home my ison ‘olvd.. we ty + grr 26. 1056. uh his nest 
ed a funeral home at 2500 Nich- ary Masg Will be ‘offered at JOSEPH LESLIE REY- 
ols ave. se., from 1932 until his yee - rey ie | t osm | a 
! ed Wednesda obert C. Baxter, 67, died of 
death in ~~ 7, di 7! xe tal, va heart attack yesterday while 
at Hadley Memorial Hospital. 4+ work in the Arlington Coun-| 
A funeral service will be held|' ty Schools Administration: 
at 1 p. m. today at the Camp- Building. 
bell African Methodist Episco-| Mr. Baxter, who had worked 


Bishop Barton 
Will Preach 
At Cathedral 


ate in November, favors ~ 
Gray Plan, as does Rust. 
rants has not publicly aired his 


on Saturday nuary 
Ll p. m. Interment Fort Lincoln | 
ry 


GRIFFIN onl 
1956. at Chil 


iteia Group ie Hig 


RAND ate. 


riews. 
| In Alexandria, the lone can- 
didate is Albert V. Bryan Jr. 
| -In Arlington, Attorney Fran 
@ (Ball has the support of both | 


an 
; 317 Sennen’ vania are 
poreny. Janeary 


7. 9.00 
s Lem ab t wenn 
of e Holy Comforter a 9.30 
Relatives an riends mvyited. 
ment Moent Olivet Cemetery. 
MILLER. MARGARET aT we 
Wednes day Ja nea 7. 25. AS 


home 28 8 
MARGARET pad 
of Ha 


at ii , m - 
Rock Creek Cemetery 


Wednesday 


Interment 
42K. SAMUEL T. On 
Jenuary 25. 1956 SAMUEL ane 
of 4843 Kansas ave below 
lice FE Clark father 4 


Sheehan. Pauli L. an 


Md 


sband of beloved mother 


+5 


Inter- 


GEORGE On Thu 
enuary 26 1956, OBORGE Lb ’ 
a= A North Harrison st.. 

vee Rpsyane of 


Interment |} raday,. 


} 


Arlinet 
On “wa | 


“Sanvary 


Pp 
Roc 
Rinaldi“. 
Burial will be 
Mary's Cemetery. Mr.’ 
Rialdi died of a heart attack 
Thursday in a Municipal Court 
corridor while awaiting a hear- 
ing on a civil case in which his 
company was involved. He lived 
t 3614 Albermarile st. nw. 


Sant ist 


oe at | ; ark 
Chaplain (Mai. Gen.) facilities.) Interment Glenwood 


Chief of Air Force 


ing 
; 


os ieee oe. 
es T 
» RRIF, St, ARENCE Cc. 


arpent er 

Cha plains 

Calvary Baptist. 
Dr. Haakon Knudse 
of the Assert can Baptist Convention 
Chevy Chase Baptist. the Rev. Clif- 
ford Hansen. public relations official of 
the American Baptist Home Missionary @ 
oclety 


Tharp Rites Monday 


Bow ] 

J. Roonen? pctosinke Direnton ct Caane’| Funeral services for O in 
ti a Sagati ion for the Episcope! Shesese Braxton Tharp, 59, retired 
of ew or ’ 

Pairfax Unitarian Center. 10:30 a Ww estern Electric employe who 
Oakton ‘¥a.) Benool. Bernard Russel! died Thursday, will be held at 
. ve or 0 ¢ Fami rv . 

» Ass oclation of Northern Vire! inte 2 p. m. Monday at the S. H. 
ae isrlons the Rev. M. Vin- Hines funeral home, 2901 14th 
cent ou missionar [ - 

hunters of Bu r . st. nw. Burial will be in Ft. 

Green Valley “Presbyterian, Miss Pris- Lincoln Cemetery. 

cilla Jackson youth preache lif be f 
Meunt Carmel Bentiet. Mr. Tharp, a iie memoer oO 

Oe eee oe the Calvert Methodist Church 

} , 
 Wihers Avline Memorial, PSapen.;on Columbia rd., had been a 
Catios field supervisor for Western 
Mexicans 18 Flectric for 40 years when he 


On Friday Jan- 


11:15 a. m.. the Rev 
n. missionary official services 
January r 

Union tookeaters Po 


POST. LOUIS A. JR... of 4309 39th place, 


ef Interment 
father of Glenn & Cr ur rhe 

s n Mrs 
Morrison A. Arlington we 
" ldr YT 


Chase Presbyterian. the Rev 

R. Wilson. missionary from 

: Pp Pa i 

cilities.) Interment Groree Washi ne. 
ton Cemetery. R 

DAVIS, ge or ed H. On ‘Thursday, Jan-| 

. is at his residence. 900 

' wxriington Va GILBERT 

AVIS Friends may 1e 


" Rptshens Episcopal. the Rev 


eas 


« 
Officers Her 
letetnt | ‘ham Barton, Bishop of the Mis-| 
The 10th District is the only 
Howard Mumford Jones, Eng- one in Virginia which opposed sionary District of Eastern Ore- Dominic Rinaldi 
lish professor of Harvard Uni- calling the convention. State-|%°": will preach Sunday at 11 
American Council o 7" Methodist missionary who founder of the Rinaldi Coal 
Learned Societies, which \. the supervisor of a 2500-acre|Co., will be celebarted at 10/2¢™t of the Poetry Society of 
brought to a close its 37th an- TT f ws mission farm in Southern Rho-| a.m. Monday 
1eit Suspect 
Delegates from the 25 na- 7: . i b - ispeak four times Sunday at! Church, Wis- 
tional societies which compose rappe y ‘Hughes Methodist Church,| consin ave. and 
the Council also elected Walter - | Wheaton, Md.—at — and 11) Yuma st. nw., 
chairman; Paul M. McKendrick, | , all at 11 a. m. unless other-| naldi funeral 
Wisconsin University classics} A, Sixth Precinct detective wise stated: home, ~owned 
professor, secretary; and Harold arrested a Montgomery County Angustana Lotheran. by his nephew, 
Helsinki. 
niand 
Be we _Virst Boptist. the Rev. Dr.' Mr. 
Institute, treasurer. Detective Sgt. Vernon R. Home Secretary of the 
New members of the Board oe poe said he was able to : 
of Directors are John A. Wilson,'keep Harold D Keskell, 
Cowan, linguist of Cornell Uni- jt took other police to get to 
versity. him by the simple expedient 
The two-day conference, held of asking him about crimes 
lowing elections. | “He was so happy to be able 
ito deny knowing anything 
labout the cases I kept bring- 
Jury Clears 
‘ r<}/| e f 
Law 5 cr 0 He said he booked Keskell 
as a fugitive from Montgom- 


versity, was reelected chairman wide, it was approved by more : m. at the Washington Ca-| A requiem mass for Dominic 

nual meeting with business ses- desia, and a teacher of agricul-| at St. Ann's 

Laves, Indiana University po- Phone Talk |a. m. and 3 and 6 p. following pray- 
v kun Re . Ger oot J 
irkunen cretary sere ‘ 

Haskins, director of the State'jarceny suspect by telephone ” Michael Rinal- 

Poreisn Missionary in St. 
of the University of Chicago's 28 of 1341 Clifton st. nw., on 
at the Mayflower Hotel, con-|Keskell couldn't possibly have a oat 
‘ing up, that he forgot I'd been 
be " 
Embezzling \ery County where police want 
“ 


eal 


D a } 

soul betermcnt *pock 
Cemetery 

DAVIS. MAE. of 1506 62nd 
Friday, Jan wary 27, 1956 « 


Creek 


dD: 


factions. The Right Rev. Lane Wick-| 
than a 2-to-1 vote. hedral. Rinaldi, 69, president and 
of the f 
sions here yesterday. | ture in a mission school, he will | Catholic 
litical science professor, as vice ace Other guest ch oh ot Sun-| ers at the Ri- 
ay 
T 
for the 
ety of Christian Culture 
Department’s Foreign Service yesterday. 
yriental Institute, and J. Milton the phone for the 10 minutes 
cluded yesterdaf morning fol-'had anything to do with. 
ooking for him since Christ- 
mas for several other things,’ 
Cupepper said. 
‘Wiss Otrie 
1) D>. TH 
| | him in connection with theft of s h- Zt in terment ivy bam ae ~ 
'$500 worth of copper tubing in ati | RINALDI, DOMINIC. Suddenly on Thurs. 
A District Court jury acquit-| rou. Corners. Md. and an as Rev Janua: . 1956. DOMINE 


the 
to 


Petworth Baptist, 
Paredes. missionary may call at Zirke! 


ti 8:30 ». m. 8u nday 


ted a Washington lawyer yes- 
terday of charges he embezzled 
$2.230 while serving as the 
court-appointed trustee of the 
estate of a mentally incompe- 


exas 
sault case. Police in Petersburg, qrtaity En prem. Go. L. P. Weaver 
W. Va., also have accused Kes- Ar_L-< 

kell of violating a parole in that | Washington Einteg! 8 Soatety. BS oo 2 


. : 13] 
state, Culpepper said. Howard University 


Rel eligious “Roots uf 
Americen Civil Libert 


retired last month. 


Addition Approved 


pal Church, Nichols ave. 
Arlington school system 
coln Memorial Cemetery. for more than 25 years, was 

Mrs. Mason, who had no chil- well known to officials, teach-' 
dren, is survived by a sister-in- ers and students in the whole 


and in the maintenance office for 
Sumner rd., with burial in Lin- the 


Services and 

DOYLE. COL. 
Army, Retire 

Oks nawa 


interme 
\..—y EDWARD. 
oO . er 20. 1955 
JOHN eran 
nd 


ee of Okinawa and d Mrs. Rosemary 


tent person. 

H, Russell Bishop, of ag 
st. nw., had been accuse 
taking the money in various Held for Manslaughter 
amounts in 1952 and 1953. De-) 
fense Attorney Thomas A.| ) . 
Wadden Jr.. contended that’according to police, abandoned) 
Bishop never had any intent to his car in the middle of Marl- 
defraud anyone. boro pk. bringing death to the! 

The jury received the case ‘driver of another car, was held 

Wednesday afternoon, deliber-|for action of the Prince Georges) 
ated all day Thursday and fin-|County Grand Jury yesterday 
ally returned its verdict- yes-'on a charge of manslaughter. 
terday. Judge Burnita S. Mat- Leroy Smith, 32, was released 
thews presided at the trial. As-|on $500 bond by trial magistrate! 
sistant United States Attorney! Nita S. Hinman Crane. 
Arthur McLaughlin prosecuted; Police testified Smith’s car 
the case. |was struck by a pickup truck/ 
ldriven by Elmer E. Owens, 55, 
| of Oxon Hill, Md. Owens was! 
'pinned in the overturned truck 
and burned to death, police 
said, 


Building Firm Aide 
Held in Shortage 


Michael G. Fekete, 34, 3103 
Curtis dr., Hillcrest Gardens, Sentencing of Nolan 


Md., was held for action of a 
Prince Georges County grand Delayed by Court 
Montgomery County Circuit 


jury yesterday on a charge 
Court Judge Kathryn Lawlor 


9 Driver of Deserted Car’ 


A Forestville, Md., man, who, } 


For Patterson School 


Anti-Polio Drive The District Board of Educa- 
tion Buildings and Grounds 


Extension Voted : 
Committee approved for oc- 


| adiinetatiiih Uiaen cupancy yesterday a new $252, 

| ‘The House Commerce Com-|2% 
e House Lommerce VOM school, S. Capitol and Elmira 

mittee yesterday voted to eX-\sts sw. 

tend the present antipolio vac-/ The addition 

icination program from this regular classrooms and two 


‘kindergarten rooms. It will 
Pee, unt July 2,. 200%. eliminate the use of basement 

A similar bill has been ap- space for classrooms in the old 

proved by the Senate Labor building. 
Committee. A House Commit- 
tee spokesman said a speedy 
vote on the measure woul 
be sought in the House. 

The program provides for| 
Federal aid to states in buying’ 
polio shots for children and 
pregnant mothers. 


includes six 


; 


Geological Survey 


Director Sworn In 
. Associated Press 
Dr. 
Eureka, Nev., was sworn in y.} 
'terday as Directo. of the Geo- 
logical Curvey. He has been As- 
sistant Jirector since 19.4. 
| The oath - taking ceremony 
was held in the office of Secre- 
tary of Interior Douglas Mc- 
Among the 50 or more 


Bill Gives Extension 
To Auditorium Group 


addition to Patterson 


Thomas B. Nolan of 


law, Mrs. Frances H. Mason, 
and a nephew, Arthur J. Mason 
Jr.. of New York City. 
Deaths Elsewhere | 
| Dr. Bertha Chapman Cady, 
84, well known for her wor 
in nature studies, naturalist for 
the Girl Scouts of America for 
about 15 years, apd formerly 
associated with Cornell Uni- 
versity and the University of 
| Chicago; in Atlanta, Ga. 


Rabbi Israel Rosenberg, 80. 
\chairman of the presidium of| 
‘the Union of Orthodox Rabbis | 
‘of the United States and Can-| 
‘ada; in New York. 


Frank M. Wing, whose 
cartoons of life in days gone 
by amused generations of Mid- 
westerners, and staff artist un-! 
til the late 1930s with major 
Middle West papers; in Minne- | 
apolis. | 


Maria Bonatti, 91, the Vati-| 


*” 


- 


|Arlington-Fairfax Railroad. 


\Carrie E., of the home address. 


Kir 


Simp: { Norrtét P 
county. Before that, he worked! survived by one sister and tour 
as an electrician for the old! children 

Avcstay of 

; . : mgton National 

He is survived by his wife. 


4712 N. lith st.. 
sons, Robert R. 


Arlington: two 
and Herbert 
Baxter; a daughter, Flor-! 
ence McHone; a sister, four! 
grandchildren and one great-| 
grandchild 

Services will be held at 2 
p. m- Monday in the First Pres-| 
byterian Church, Arlington, 
with burial in the Columbia 
Gardens Cemetery. | 


| 


in Memoriam | 


Lree. LEON L. In loving remembrance 

my beloved husband who passed 
owes on January 28. 1953 

Inte the sunset is one we 
read 


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tore Rinaldi. Also surviving are nine 
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tation of the rosary. 
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NORMAN CNOTEBERG. 


Master 
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embezzled about $7000 “soy 
Seat Pleasant building firm. 

Fekete, formerly executive deferred sentencing convicted | A bill to give the District Au-| Kay. 
sales agent for the Forest Vale embezzler John S. Nolan yes-'ditorium Commission three) persons on hand was Dr. Walter| ceiving the blessing of Pope 
Development Co., Inc., is ae-|terday until probation officers|;more months to complete its|Curran Mendenhall, who was/ Pius XII, was mother of Pietro! 
cused of failing to turn over to could investigate his back-|pianning report on the pro-| Director of the Surve, for some Bonatti, custodian of the Vati- 
the company deposits and down! ground. | posed building was introduced 12 years prior to 1943. can’s famed Sistine Chapel. 
payments on homes he sold in Nolan, 33, of 3615 N. Glebe| Thursday by Sen. Matthew M.| 
1954 and 1955. ird., Arlington, was convicted of | Neely (D-W. Va.). 


embezzling $2592 from the Fed- | The bill extends the report- 

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SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1956 ny 


PRINCE GETS RARE HONOR—The silver wings of a 
command pilot in the United States Air Forces are pinned 
on visiting Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, right, by 
Nathan Twining, Air Force Chief of Staff, who gave 
him a citation also at a special ceremony Thursday at the 


Gen. 


Netherlands Embassy. This 


stowed by the Air Force, a spokesman said, and was given 


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Town Topies 


Popular 


By Marie McNair 


THERE'S NOTHING like 
48 Democrats when they get 
together for a good time! 

Speaker Sam Rayburn is 


one of them. 

Last night, 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Lawrence 
Wood Robert 
entertained 
at a dinner 
at the 1925 F 
Sineet Club. 
The guests 
were ALL 
Democrats 
OT Filed 6 § 
Ram ?? wae Mrs. McNair 


there as the guest of honor. 


Evie Robert had everyone's 
eyes on Texas last night. At 
each of the four tables, a 
product of Texas was used as 
the centerpieces. Guests 
learned where they were to 
sit by means of four plaques 
on the wall in the club's 
foyer, all handsomely hand 
decorated and painted with 
four principal products of the 
Lone Star State. 

Under a luscious looking 
grapefruit, were the names 
of the dozen guests who 
would sit at the “grapefruit 
table.”. Evie Robert was host- 


Associated Press 


to the Prince in recognition of his interest in and contri- 
bution to aviation in the free world. A fully qualified pilot 
‘with over 3000 flying hours, Prince Bernhard has been 
flying for over 15 years. He is Inspector General of the 
Royal Netherlands Air Force with the rank of General, 
the highest in the Netherlands Armed Services 


honorary title is rarely be- 


No: ‘Lone’ Star 


afternoon at the Madeira 
School where she’s a student, 
Birney and her parents will 
see Birney and her pet baby 
skunk perform on a Walt Dis- 
ney TV short. 


Mr. Sam, 


the “onion table,” 
Robert was host at 
the “corn table.” The fourth 
was the “cotton table.” Nest- 
ing in pairs in the center- 
pieces were miniature Texas 


ess at 
“Chip” 


eral, and Mrs. McGranery 
were there and others were 
Senator and Mrs. Stuart Sym- 
ington, Senator ani Mrs. 
Alben Barkley, Representa- 
tive and Mrs. Prince Pres- 


and Confederate flags 
The Ed Pauleys flew in 
from California for the party. 


INVITED, but missed, were 
former President and Mrs. 
Truman who Wired the hosts 
“We are terribly ‘worry we 
cannot be in Washington in 
time for your dinner for Sam 
Rayburn. Know it will be a 
gay, happy party. We shall 
he envying all of your guests. 
Our love to Sam. Bess and 
Harry Truman.” 

Mr. Robert read this wire 
and one from another top 
Democrat during dinner. This 
one read: “So many thanks 
for your invitation. Wish I 
could accept, but unhappily I 
will be in Arizona.” Signed, 
Adlai Stetvenson. 


MAJOR GEN. “Tony” Bid- 
die, came down from their 
home in Annville, Pa., for the 


ton, Representative Carl Vin- 
son, Repregentative and. Mrs. 
Jack Dempsey, Senator and 
Mrs. Tom Hennings, Justice 
and Mrs. Tom Clark, Repre- 
sentative and Mrs. Thurmond 
Chatham. Former Ambassa- 
dor George McGhee, who 
like Representative Preston 
is one of the Speaker's fish- 
ing pals, and Mrs. McGhee, 
were in the group. 

Also there were Mr. and 
Mrs. Ed Foley, Mr. and Mrs. 
Clark Clifford, Mr. and Mrs. 
Millard Tydings as well as 
Rear Adm. and Mrs. Tom 
Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 
Gardner, here from North 
Carolina: Mr. and Mrs. James 
Barnes, former Ambassador 
Joseph E. Davies, Mrs. Mitch- 
ell Palmer, Hope Miller, Bill 
McEvoy and Marvin Braver- 
man. 


Embassy Row: 

THE AMBASSADOR of 
Cambodia and Mme. Nong 
Kimny will be hosts at lunch- 
eon today at the embassy. 
Guests are State Depart- 
ment’s Kenneth Young, Rob- 
ert Hoey and Joseph Montlor, 
with their wives, and Mr. and 
Mrs. Harold Coolidge. 


INDIA’S Ambassador-desig- 
nate to Argentina and Chile, 
N. Baghavon and Mme. 
Baghavon, who've just ar- 
rived in Washington on their 
way to South America, were 
guests of honor at a recep- 
tion yesterday given by the 
Finance Attache of the In- 
dian Embassy and Mme. San- 
karan at their home on Mili- 
tary rd. 

Among the guests were the 
Indian Ambassador and Mme. 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert's only 
child, Birney, Who was born 
on Jan. 30, the late Presi- 
dent Roosevelt's birthday, 
will be 17 on Monday. That 


dinner party. Perle Mesta 
came back from New York 
for it. 

Judge James P. McGran- 
ery, former Attorney Gen- 


Mehta with their daughter, 
Arparna and other members 
of the Indian Embassy staff 
and their wives; Dr. Leonardo 
. Vartalitis, Economic Coun- 


Keep in Trim 


Teen-Agers: Figure Good Posture 


You thin girls com- 
plain bitterly that a weight 
gain is no help to your figure 
for fat settles in the wrong 


By Ida Jean Kain 


SPEAKING of figures, to 
make a plus out of a minus 
... STAND UP. Perhaps you 
couldn't care less about your 
posture. Well, 
posture 
shapes 


let's 
look at some 
gare ® faults 
Sadie 
Sway back is 
in bad shape, 
for her figure § 
curves in the 
wrong places. | 


The small of Ida Jean Kain | 


the back curves sharply in, so | 


naturally her hips bustle out 
rearward. Since one curve 


compensates for another, the | 


abdomen protrudes, and Sa- 
die’s sifhouette takes on the 


general contours of a capital | 
S. Sally Slump is a common 


sight—shoulders rounded, 


chest depressed. Too bad, for | 
Sally is such a good student | 


and pores over her books. 
Check? 


flects your nutritional and 
muscular status. You can’t 
always just will a good pos- 
ture; you have to feel like 
standing up. With three good 
meals planned around the 
protective foods, and with 
well-toned muscles, good pos- 
ture should be a natural. 

But glamour is always so 
much more exciting than just 
emmy posture, iet’s go at it 
rom that angle. Posture is 
the very backbone of glam- 
our. 


FORGET all the familiar 
eorrectives; they're too rigid. 


The glamour rule is to stand — 
A movie | 


like a princess. 
etar passes along this rule: 
stand as if you were three- 


quarters of an inch taller, 


than you are. ie teen 
tall, stand up to 

of ape height. Height is an pg an 
asset many 


@areers. 
Corry your heed proudly 


Your posture is | 
partly habit, but it also re- | 


selor of the Argentine Em- 
bassy; the Economic Minister 
of the Brazilian. Embassy and 
Mme. da Camara Souza, Mr. 
and Mrs. Jamshed Vesugar, 
and Ernest Syracusa. 


THE retiring Japanese Am- 
bassador and Mme. Iguchi 
were hosts at a farewell din- 
ner last night at Peking Pal- 
ace, for a small group of 
their friends from the diplo- 
matic corps. The Chinese 
Minister and Mme. Tan, the 
Swiss Minister and Mme. Tor- 
rente and Dr. and Mme. 
Chang were in the group. 


ae . _— 


pull up with that bump of muscles. 


self-esteem on top of your 
head. Square your shoulders, 
but keep them down and re- 
laxed ... at ease. 

Good posture is disci- 
plined, but relaxed. The dis- 
cipline is through the middle 


That’s your fault if 
the slump. 


ine Peatures 
; 


places 
you settle for 


(Copyright. 1956 
Syndicate. 


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Ladies’ Day 
Officials’ 
Wives Are 


Honored 


WIVES OF the District 
Commissioners held the spot- 
light last night at the recep- 
tion given in their honor in 
the Mural Room of the Wash- 


ington Hotel by the Municipal 
Luncheon Club. 

Special guests at the 5:30 
to 7:30 p. m. affair were the 
wives of members of the club 
made up of department heads 
and section chiefs of the Dis- 
trict Government, who meet 
for lunch once each month 
for informal talk about Dis- 
trict affairs. 

Heading the receiving line 
was Roland Brennan, founder 
and first president of the 
club, 


WITH HIM in the line were 
Mr. and Mrs. John R, Searles, 
Jr., (he is executive director 
of the District's Redevelop- 
ment Land Agency, and presi- 
dent of the club Commis- 
sioner and Mrs. Robert .Mc- 
Laughlin, and Commissioner 
and Mrs. Thomas Lane. 

The four women in the line 
all wore black dresses with 
purple orchids pinned at 
their shoulders. 

Receiving congratulations 
at the party was Edgar L 
Lickey, assistant director of 
the D. C. Unemployment 
Compensation Board, who 
was accompanied by his new 
bride. 

Invited but not present 
was David B. Karrick, newly 
appointed to succeed Samuel 
Spencer when his term ex- 
pires in April. 

Mr. Karrick was reported 
in Mexico City where he is 
attending the Inter-American 
Council of Jurists. 


Tar Heels 


Honor Allens 


GEORGE V. Allen. Assist- 
ant Secretary of State for 
Near Eastern, South Asian 
and African Affairs, and Mrs. 
Allen were honor guests last 
night at a reception and din- 
ner given by the Tar Heel 
Club of Washington. 

The party was held from 
7 p. m. at the Woman’s Na- 
tional Democratic Club. Spe- 
cial guests from North Caro- 
lina in town for the occasion 
included Mrs. H. C. Hood. 
guest of Mrs. Wade Atkinson: 
and Mrs. Fuller Parham. the 
former Margaret Pou Moran 
and the guest of Mrs. Thomas 
A. Wadden.’ Senior Senator 
from the Tar Heel state and 
Mrs. Sam Erwin were also 
honor guests. 


PRESS PARTY—Three of the guests at 
last night's reception given by the Ameri- G. 
can Newspaper Women’s Club for Embassy 
press personnel were (left to right) Bernard 


ANWC Honors Embassy Attaches 


Ry Henry Rohijand. Staff Photosrapher 


Teixeira of the Embassy of Portugal; Mrs. 
Donald Whedon, of the College Press 
Conference, and Claude Van Muyden, sec 
ond secretary of the Swiss Embassy. 


Press Headlined at Party 


By Millicent Benner 


THERE WERE many 
chance meetings at last 
night's press party at the 
American Newspaper Wom- 
en's Club but none s0 ex- 
citing, or surprising, as 
that of two guests who have 
been friends for some twenty 
years but had not seen or 
heard from one another for 
four. 

They were Dr. Mario No- 
nuz, Cuban First Secretary, 
and free-lance journalist 
Perio Franco. They last saw 
one another in Colombia, 
South America, in 1952. 

The party which reunited 
the two, was the second re- 
ception given by the News- 
paper Women’s Club for 
members of the diplomatic 
press corps. 


GREAT Britain's tall and 
affable First Secretary N. W. 
H. Gaydon was there and re- 
ported that everything at the 
British Embassy is in readi- 
ness for the arrival of Prime 


Minister Eden Monday. “Of- 
ficial visits are quite routine 
for us,” he said 

Eden will stay at Blair 
House Monday and Tuesday 
nights, according to Gaydon, 
and move into the Embassy 
Wednesday where a party 
will be given in his honor 
that evening. He will remain 
there until Friday. 

Jonkheer H. A. de Mattos, 
First Secretary of the Em- 
bassy of the Netherlands, 
had news of his embassy’s 
royal guest — Prince Bern- 
hard—who left Washington 
yesterday after’ a four-day 
stay. The Prince flew to New 
York. 


LITHUANIAN 
Jouzas Kajeckas, very much 
a proud papa, was telling 
friends aliiut his 16-year-old 
son Gabriel, who was one of 
four winnem in the ninth na- 
tienal Voice of Democracy 
Contest. 

Mrs. 


Counselor 


Robert Whitney Im- 


brie and Rep. Edith Nourse 
Rogers, two of the first five 
associate club members were 
present. 

Maria Perdomo was 
brating her promotion from 
second secretary to first sec- 
retary of the Embassy of the 
Dominican Republic 

Other guests included Mrs 
Cloyd Heck Marvin, Mrs. 
Duncan Philips, Mrs. Clifford 
Davis, Nellie Tayloe Ross, 
Mrs. Charles Stanley . White, 
Mrs. Gilbert Hitchcock and 
Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss. 

Every room was filled with 
party guests. Mrs. Eric John- 
ston, Associate Justice and 


Mrs. Tom Clark, Mrs. Robert 
Low Bacon, Judge Edith 
Cockrill and Mrs. Glenn Em- 
mons, who just returned 
from a trip to California and 
New Mexico, were there. 
Present, too, was Mad- 
ame Wellington Koo’s pretty 
secretary, Tania Tamm. 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
_ 24 , Saturday, January 28, 1956 


Engagements 


JEAN. FITZGERALD 
—PAUL E. WILSON 

Mrs. Thomas J. Fitzgerald an- 
nounces the engagement of her 
daughter, Jean Marie, to Capt. 
Paul E. Wilson, USMC, son of 
Mrs. John E.. Wilson of Chi- 
cago, Ill, and the late Mr. 
Wilson. Miss Fitzgerald, who 
attended Immaculate Concep- 
tion Academy and Imaculata 
Junior College, 2 Boom: re- 
turned from Naples, . Italy, 
where she was employed at the 
American Consulate General. 
Capt. Wilson, a graduate of 
Loyola University of Chicago, 
is serving on board an aircraft 
carrier. A summer wedding is 
planned. 


LOUANNE BALLWEG 

—BRETE H. HANNAWAY Il 
Lt. Col. Raymond A. Ballweg, 
USAR (ret.), and-Mrs. Ball- 
weg of Lee Forest, Fairfax 
Va. formerly of Indianapolis, 
Ind., anounce the engagement 
of their daughter, Louanne, to 


Brete Harte Hannaway IT, son . 
of Mr. and Mrs, B. H. Hanna- 


way I of Glasgow, Scotland. 
Miss Ballweg is a graduate of 
Stephens College in Columbia, 
Mo. Her fiance is a graduate 
of St. Andrews College, En- 
field, Middlesex, England. A 
spring wedding is planned. 


LULA V. FOX 
—VINCENT R. RICE 


Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Fox of 
Aqua, Va., announce the en- 
gagement of their daughter, 
Luia Viola, to Vincent R. Rice, 
son of Ewart R. Rice and the 
late Mrs. Lula B. Rice of 
Springfield, Md. A June wed- 
ding is planned. 


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In the Mint: 


Gold Is Just Everywhere 


By Marie Smith 


UNCLE SAM has one group 
of Federal workers who are 
required to take a bath every 
day before they go home 
from their jobs. It’s an econ- 
omy measure. 

This same group while on 
the job has to wear special 
clothing which cannot be 
taken home and which is 
burned when it wears out. 
Another economy measure. 

These unusual require- 
ments are demanded of work- 
ers in the Government's gold 
and silver refineries, Leland 
Howard, Assistant Director 
of the Mint, told members of 
the Congressional Club yes- 
terday at their weekly after- 
noon tea at the clubhouse. 

Howard said the Govern- 
ment gets thousands of dol- 
lars worth of valuable dust 
from the processed bath wa- 
ter of the workers and from 
the ashes of their clothes. 

He said it also gets valu- 
able dust from the air in the 
refineries. The air is fun- 
neled into a special chamber 
of electrified rods which 


catch the precious dust par- - 


ticles. 


HOWARD said the 
ernment has about $21.7 er 
lion in gold at present but 
that is a little less than nor- 
mal. 

About half of it is at Fort 
Knox, Ky., and the rest 
divided between Denver, New 
York and Philadelphia, he 
said. 

A million,;dollars in gold, 
he said, will fit into a ladies’ 
hat box but that wou§d be 
one hatbox a lady would 
never carry because that 
amount of gold weighs almost 
one ton. 


“DURING the past six 
months, the Government de- 
livered over a billion coins, a 


record amount, to the public, 
Howard said. 

The demand has been un- 
usually heavy he explained 
partly due to losses caused 


by Hurricane Connie, partly | 
because of the special sales 
tax passed last year by the 


Pennsylvania legislature and 
partly because of the tremen- 
dous increase in vending 
machines. 

In relating how much it 


costs the Government to make | 


money, he said a pound of 
metal which costs 48c¢ can 


be turned into 145 pennies at | 


a cost of 15c, @ving the gov- 


ernment.an 82c profit on the 


deal. 


MR. AND MRS. Fred Lee 


Preu have retufned to their 


Georgetown home from New 
York where they attended the 
christening of a new godson, 
John Wesley Shike, age 2 
months, son of the Rev. and 


. ; 
Mr. and Mrs. Preu Attend Christening in New York 


Mrs. C. Wesley Shike, rector 
of St. Thomas’ Episcopal 
Church in Lyndhurst, N. J., 
and formerly of St. Albans 
Church here. Officiating a 

the christening was the Rt 
Rev. Leland — Bishop of 


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. 
Newark, N. J, and formerly 
— of Epiphany | 
The Rev. and Mrs. Shike 
returned with the Preus for 


a brief visit with their many 
friends here. 


Elinor Lee 
Is Speaker 
At BPW Gala 


THE SOUTHEAST Busi- 
ness and Professional Wom- 
en’s Club celebrated its third 
birthday anniversary with a 
dinner party last night at the 
new Oakcrest Country Club, 
6100 Mariboru Pike, se. 

Honor guests of the eve- 
ning were Elinor Lee, food 
and homemaking editor of 
The Washington Post and 
Times Herald; Eve Hemsley, 
president of the D..C. Fed- 
eration of Business and Pro- 
fessional Women’s Clubs, and 
Ruth Smith Green of the 
D. C. B & PW, who aided in 
the founding of the South- 
east group. 


MORE THAN 100 guests 
heard brief talks by Mrs. 
Lee, Mrs. Hemsley and Lee 
H. Grobe, president of the 
Southeast B & PW. 

Mrs. Lee congratulated the 
club on its anniversary and 
mentioned that one of the 
first clubs she joined when 
she got to Washington many 
years ago was the Business 
and Professional Women’s 
Club. 

Members of the Bernice 
Carrico Warner School of 
Dance presented a program 
of dance and Cathren Car- 
rico Samsell sang 

Chairman of the dinner 
committee was Bernice 
Bruce, and chairman of the 
entertainment committee was 
Josephine Brewster. 


Pope Warns 
Against 
Materialism 


VATICAN CITY, Jan. 27 
Pope Pius XII said yesterday 
it was a “consoling sign” to 
see women guarding the cul- 
tural side of a civilization 
that is absorbed with scien- 
tific things. 

He addressed the women’s 
section of the International 
Committee for Unity and 
Universal Culture which in- 
cluded Therese Dupuy, wife 
of the Canadian Ambassador, 
and the wives of diplomats 
in Rome. 

“It is a consoling sign, in 
this age of triumph for 
science to see study 
groups like yours formed,” 
he said. 


HE WARNED that a “ma- 
terialistic civilization” is “try- 
ing to imprison nian in a 
complete determinism to an- 
nihilate all real liberty, and 

to bind minds and heartsin 
pitiless servitude.” 

Women can best remedy 
the situation with a renewal 
of moral and spiritual en- 
ergies, he said. 

“The natural vocation of 
woman, both as wife and 
mother, guardian of the 
home and its intimacy, in- 
clines her to think of every- 
thing that touches the dest- 
iny of people, including their 
deeper life and their fund» 
mental aspirations,” he said. 


Women Pian 
Crafts Exhibit 


THE NEXT few weeks are 
going to be busy ones for the 
Woman's Community Club of 
Kensington, Md. Mrs. James 
H. Baxter Jr., president, an- 
nounced yesterday the annual 
arts and crafts exhibit will be 
held Feb. 13 at the social hall 
of St. Paul’s Methodist 
Church. 

She said a tea for new club 
members will be held on Feb. 
16, at the home of the first 
vice president, Mrs. Julius 
White, 4217 Franklin st., 
Kensington, and a spring 
benefit party will be held in 
April at Parklawn Mansion. 

Money raised at the bene- 
fit wil] go to help support the 
Montgomery County Federa- 
tion of Woman's Clubs’ coun- 
ty-wide project of extendin 
summer Barn. for cerebr 
palsy a 


nd retarded children, 


IT ISN'T much of a man’s 
world anymore. Barbershop 
songsters of the female sort 
have now come upon the 
scene. Tonight at 8:30 p.m. in 
the Fairfax High School Audi- 
torium the Fairfax Chapter of 
Sweet Adelines receives its 
official charter and then will 
entertain with an evening of 
real oldtime barbershop sing- 
ing. Helping things along will 
be the Alexandria Chapter 
chorus, the Bay Bells of An- 
napolis, Md., the Madri-Gals 
of Washington and the Sugar- 
cane Sallies and Promissory 
Notes from Alexandria... 
Beta Gamma Chapter of Kap- 
pa Beta Pi International Le- 
gal Sorority sponsors a cock- 
tail party at the American 
Newspaper Women’s Club to- 
day from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. . 
Chapters M and N, PEO Sis. 
terhood, will celebrate their 
20th birthday anniversary at 
aliuncheon at the Pen 
Women's Club, 1521 Columbia 
rd. nw., at 1 p.m. ... Mem- 
bers of the University 


Today s 


Weddings 


PATRICIA MAY 
—D. L. GEDICKIAN 


Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Zoll 
of Arlington, Va., announce 
the marriage of their daugh- 
ter, Patricia Lee May, to 
Lt. Dicran Levon Gedickian, 
USA, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Dicran M. Gedickian of Pali- 
sade, N. J., on Jan. 20. The 
bride attended George Wash- 
ington University and the 
University of Virginia, North- 
ern Extension. Lt. Gedickian, 
a graduate of the University 
of Cincinnati School of Arch- 
tecture, is statiened at the 
United States Ordnance Prov- 
ing Ground, Aberdeen, Md. 
The couple will make their 
home in Germany. 


SHIRLEY TRACEWELL 
—KARL GRIMM 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Chaney 
announce the marriage of her 
daughter, Shirley Ann Trace- 
well, to Karl Philip Grimm, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 
J. Grimm of Garrett Park, 
Md., on Jan. 21 at Our Lady 
of Lourdes in Bethesda. 


Speaker Is Named 


MRS. Alfred D. Sieminskli, 
wife of the Democratic Con- 
gressman from New Jersey, 
will speak at the meeting of 
the Woman's Club of Kensing- 
ton Friday, Feb. 3, at the 
home of Mrs. James Sheldon. 


Events 


Women’s Club, 1708 New 
Hampshire ave., will hear for- 
mer Executive-Secretary of 
the National Education Asso- 
ciation, Willard E. Givens, dis- 
cuss his trip around the world 
under auspices of N.E.A; and 
at 9:30 the club sponsors an 
informal dance. 


IT’S tea time i at the 
Women’s City Club, 4 p. m., 
when Mrs. John M. Waters 
will entertain the group with 
words and pictures of her 
recent jaunts aboard. D. C. 
DAR State’s Advisory Council 
will be honored at a luncheon 


today by Mrs. Francis B. Ap- | 


pelbee at 4000 Cathedral ave. 
nw. A business meeting will 
follow. 


Engaged 


JEAN ARMINA MacLEOD 
—WILLIAM A. KUMPF 


Mr. and Mrz. Robert R. Mac- 
Leod announce the engage- 
ment of their daughter, Jean 
Armina, to William A. Kumpf, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. August 
Kumpf of Conshohocken, Pa. 
Both attend Duke Univer- 
sity. A June wedding is 
planned. 


HELEN HICKEY 
—RAYMOND WHETZEL 


Mr. and Mrs. George F. Hickey 
announce the engagement of 
their daughter, Helen Ger- 
trude, to Raymond Lee Whet- 
zel. Miss Hickey is a gradu- 
ate of Sacred Heart Academy. 
Whetzel attends Montgomery 
Junior College. 


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= r CHICAGO, Jan. 27 \‘#®—The $15.00 hog returned to the live- 


By S. Oliver Goodman ) | Kansas City .« . 

Financial Editor CW or toe ar et || Philadelphia . . stock market today. That price was paid for one lot of 114 head, 
Woodward & Lothrop. Inc., is the latest Washington firm to D § Lea ue | U.S. Totel.... highest price paid for hogs since Oct. 14. 

expand its plan of employes stock purchases. . ° £ | Richmond . . . But the market was not so strong as on previous days this 


The department store this week filed with the Securities and (Cotninued From Page 27) | (ieee) Wigh Low Close Chg.|| San Francisco , : week. Some butchers were 25° 
Boston cents higher early, but the close 


Exchange Commission for the registration of 15,375 additional | A I | ry ‘High Low Close When? fC 4.16 o0185 185 (185 +1" eeene 
mun chaste. Trane ait | ssets Cap PO (168s) High ia che. W Va Cosi io & See : Minneapolis . . ‘was slow and weak. Salable re- ing low grade copper deposits 
Vest Freit 3 a 82 : 14 4% 43% 49%—-1 New York... |=) | |ceipts totaled 10,000. in Utah and Arizonia and will 


offered for subscription by em- . + 106% 106%2 | ’ “s 
ployes at $40 a share, about $5 teriors, and will have offices in| S100 Million z%e ge Ye’ I Bese: Foderei Reserve Geerd Maswia Rats Most 190 to 220 pound butch-' be given the award for “dis 
ie ae } 


Woodies Expands Be siness _ SEEE=| Hogs Rise to $15, 


a share less than yesterday's the Munsey Building 4 ers moved at $13.75 to $14.75, tinguished achievement in min- 
market price. Joseph Molinaro, formerly a 230 to 260 pounders at $13.25 ing and public service related 
for S$. ae 


BB 5 
As authorized by Woodies’ regional circulation manager . us & to $14.25 and 270 to 300 pound. thereto.” 
board of directors, the plan ap- for Time, Inc., is now associated cathe Raneargere oape ay us apm 6 =" Morse ults ers at $12.50 to $13.25. Sows 
of the District of Columbia Sav- 5; o from $10.00 to $11.50. Tidewater Orders Ships 
Me Only 500 salable cattle were TOKYO, Jan. 27 (W—Tide- 


plies to 133 employes ranging here with Burton, Dana & Co., ypsem wi 
from officers down to depart- =e _ nar 5 a the New York’ ings and Loan League scored a| us ~ fi, a i 
menial buyers. For a three- 5Stoc xchange... N. J. gain of more than $100 million! us ; Le , received, This was augmented Ss 
year period, the designated em- Berger nas been appointed gen-|in accote during 1955. * st 2 . wnte ae ee og : ‘ Board of by holdovers from earlier in the pe aioe - gern extinaen 
ployes are given the option of etal manager of Electro Thetm,) Combined resources as of WS 19 White L—% week. Steers and heifers were supertankers from Japan, the 
buying the siock at $40 a share. ["c., of Silver Spring, Md. Dec. 31, 1955, amounted to HB5 , -3@- witeex out | ‘0% WM mn — % nominally steady. Cows and Mitstibisii Shipbuilding and En- 

The employes are limited to Leo Cullinane, formerly with $767,333,266, an all-time peak, re {s7a—- va Wilsee & Co SOD — ‘s ht mily Kirm bulls held about steady, cows gineering Co. announced to- 
one share for each $100 of an- Carl Byoir Associates, is now ,. compared with $666,569,276 "5 - mae” Oak ; Hon a ohen” at $12.50 and bulls at\day, The tankers will be of 
nual salary. Payment may be jens the W ashingt on bureau Of | a: the end of 1954. = ~ oat tie ; 15.50. Buyers paid $26.00 to the Veedol, which was delivered 
made outright or through pay- ?Ulius Klein Public Relations) jnaiviaqual comparisons, as us ¢ 2 HICAC 7 Th $30.00 for good and choice| recently, and the Wafra, due 
roll deduction. of Chicago ... Major Gener-| nied by | en us CHICAGO, Jan. 27 ® © vealers. ie ; 

piled by League Secretary Woetwerth 2 “. 4, Pesignation of Charles H. Morse for delivery Jan. 31. 
Wrigley 3a 952-1 fe. : ng See ae Union Central Life Elects ¢,,,. Telephone Budget 

Yee & Tow "Se 13 66% s6%— % day on the heels of reports that CINCINNATI, Ohio, Jan. 27) new YORK, Jan. 27 (#—Gen- 
York Core 1.28 1% T% a%— he was selling his family stock John A. Lioyd was elected Pres-| .xal Tele phone Corp. ar 


Anacestia Fed. 163 6.005 Yew ly Te 2 (vest SAAT 4 % 6% 85%4—1' ident of the Union Central Life ‘nounced plans today to spend 


jes launched a stock purchase ‘Ties, Inc | Breekiand 835 199| Univ Poet ta 25¥e— “ Yegst $ Br ta 2% 2i%— %| in the firm to an outsider. 
P ‘Capital City 9.179, Utah PRL 2.2 Stte— Se demain Robert H. Morse, chairman of | !msurance Co. today, W. How- eeoq minion on new equipment 


plan for officers on a smaller | Citizens Fed i" > o08 vail ard Cox, president for 24 years, 
scale than the present plan. Bonds Offered ‘Columbia Fes Yt a : 1m el dees fe. fe ae" the board, announced that he me pond me chairman of the/220d@ expansion during the next 
A group headed by White, | Distriet Bidz. $,890 ub had received the resignation of honed thee’ bes been 8 vies three years, Donald C. Power, 
Heads Liquor Group Weld & Co. is offering $2.3 oe i eal C iT'e+ Ms roan of trading ten shares or sales’ Charles H. Morse Sr. and that it 9°4? oy a. ©¢| president, said the company ex- 
I Merpriss Fe ' 13,998) vert & Sug 71 would be accepted at the next President since 'pected to gain 500,000 tele- 


million of Alexandria, Va., t-witadie ' : 
29% ey ntti S sased me the DOard meeting. phones through internal growth 


; " First Fod., Wash 55,067 viet Ci ' ; 
bonds, bearing 4 and 2% per first fea.’ arlingtes ‘ 14,305| Ya Care Cb ; te temianeusl decterstion.| Charles H. Morse Jr, will con- Amoco Raises Pay 6% during the same period. 


cent coupons, to yield from freakin fea js 1,517 1 t) ne sted , , 
per yee out to a dollar Susrdian fed. ; 308 ve iP of - : ia e lclaen.te on. oat — ~Wes wd vm tinue as a director. ' NEW YORK, Jan. 27 : 
price of par for the 2% peri pei 3 198 e 4 4 aise entra or. extras, b—Aneest rate! Robert H. Morse said earlier|American Oil Co. announced|Gruen Seeks Pen Firm 
icent coupon. The issue dated ‘sterstate , ‘r y , 3% 18% glut stock dividend, pon that he was “stunned and/today that it will raise salaries) MONTREAL. Jan. 27 w— 
‘Jan. 1. 1957-76. was awarded /tfterses Fed. | 22.432| Voices © 1.2% 1Tve— Ve F = on thee in tern | SHOcked” to learn that the elder | and wages of its nonunion em-|, Savard. president mig aE 
to the group on a bid of a net Scworehe ' 70 for : ed 2 Charles, an uncle, had agreed/ployes six per cent next woierman Pen Co., Ltd. today 
. 8 to sell 42,200 shares in the heavy Wednesday. Including union-| ..¢)-med that sale of toa Goes 


25 stores, now 
numbers more ‘interest cost of 2.786 per cent Metropolitan Fed. ’ Bie las af. Dec or i after 
Mutua! Federal i, machinery firm to New York/ized personnel, the company pany to the Gruen Watch Co. is 


than 100 mem- ~ @ ito the city. Included in the ya” pernsscst ' 146 a 
bers, according & & offering group is Johnston, Northwesters Fea , 1134 . Scots’ a autem, baes ls Wet, Svk Bnancier L. D. Silberstein. has 8553 persons on its payroll. being negotiated. Savard said: 
to Rosenber aaa. «| Lemon & Co., Washington. | Driestel Sid , " ad omitted, 0 The firm was founded by the “Although we are unable to di- 
Ot ner ottioan 7 | petemee Fea ) “ re ” ws mooting. # late Charles H. Morse for whom Byers Meeting Recessed vulge at this time anything 
' . ‘ Warrcs y RN 

of Major Li- ; Bank Loans Ease preqreesive Hg tag! Marren Pre 2 "eas on at present directors were) i rcpnuRGH. Jan. 27 further on our negotiations 
quer were | Washington bank loans in the Pepraiic a. west wat pi } 7— ewig” , FS 6 meres Robert H. Morse. 56. used the Stockholders of the A. M. Byers/with Gruen, we are satisfied 
elected as [fol- , |}week ended Jan. 18 dipped be “" Rt re ba way kai 1" ; ’ er + . clé—Called. wh-—Ex dividend. dis—tt words “astounded and amazed” (Co. met briefly today then re- thet yd deal we do conclude 
lows \lan Rosenber low the previous week's level, i coe | . ita ty Mstribeten, w—Ex rights. sw—wi in learning that his kinsman had ‘cessed until next Monday as'With Gruen will preserve the 

, . attest: we-—With warrants. wé—Whes g dges continued counting identity and integrity of Water- 


Sahm, vice mainiy because of a sharp de- Webster my St ‘a Wit eo 
aini) caus , : distributed: wi-—Whee issued. of—Next Gay sided with Silberstein in a con- ju ' 
president; A. Gordon Palma- cline of more than $2 million ‘ we -- Phe 2 eS 4 ay. aalivery trol fight for the corporation. votes on a proposal to oust the man of Canada.’ 
teer, secretary; Abe Gendersen, in loans to securities b: ge ~ . acl ic w Ky Coal 1 a 7 c+ te Gt) bankruptcy of receivership or be company’s present manage- ‘ ‘ 

W Penn €' 138 | 8% ‘es Mat % gq feerconized enter the Bankruptcy Act, iment. A. B. Drastrup., president Borden Co. lo Build 


treasurer. Directors include The Federal Reserve Bank , ompan 
— 7 ' a) . ‘’ 


Albert Horowitz, Julia Treger,’ Richmond reported these com- N | 

eg NS ge roo ccnp parative figures for 12 Wash- aK ystem | ets gy Pra ed de 7s Te Bia ae — Credit Group results of the stockholders’ vot- Borden Co.'s chemical division 

. ilip W. Deckelbaum. ington banks (in $1000s): ing will be known when the wij) start building a formalde- 
meeting resumes at il & M™.| hyde plant at Kent, Wash., by 


Ice, Snow Drop Sales | #t#, wats... a8 ‘aim S6. 22 a Share American Stocks H ere Elects Monday. The ouster motion was| march 1, it was announced. It 


Nasty weather played a hand ; will be completed by the end 


usontel +4 . 
in curtailing Washington de- other - fh. ~ , 151, 1230 Southern Pacific Transporta- IN Off New York. Merger talks have) 9+ 4), year and will. predace 
partment store sales in the Demand deposits . 937.47 tion System earned net income! piancteted Dees — =i dé Cw cers | been under way between Byers | some 36 mililon po an: 4 
. pounds of for 
an (100) High Lew Close ed ‘and the General Tire & Rubber maldehyde annually. 


week ended Jan. 21. Streets ‘me sepesits , 189) of $56,245,671 in 1955, equal : 2 
were icy and the ground cov- Split Approved to $6.22 a share. Net income in Setal sales 7 ta shares; | Nore . = we wet ng W. Reed Hitchcock is the new ©. of Akron, Ohio. 
ered with snow during the Of Ap} 1954 amounted to $48,702,811,| Year ago 1,093,015 — president of the Washington Plane Rights Sold Associated Oil Elects 


week. Department stores in the’ Seaboard Finance Co. stock- 4 28 a share , O'okies 2.780 lati ; 
equal to $5.38 a share. (100s) High Low Close Chg.) > Or'et 8 1, Association of Credit Men, Inc. NEW YORK, Jan. 27 A 


metropolitan area showed a 3 holders have approved a two Ot , re 
ua sonar ' ther earninas reports follow ‘fer the : 2 Pan ‘orael Hitchcock, assistant treasurer) ' 

per cent sales drop for the Jan.'for one stock split and an in- year 1955 unless otherwise stated): —— —y ‘ as a g | of the United Republic Aviation Corp., yes-| rudolf Smutny, senior partner 
21 week, while downtown saleS\erease in the authorized num- months ended Dee gn ee Sunply me Panteg Oi) 3? ' ee WE cies Products terday announced sale of itS'in the investment banki ng firm 
. ‘ sinswerte .1Se a's —S, Prabg Aet $33 ’ a a y oaue rights to the Seabee light am- of Salomon Bros. & Hutzler, 


slumped 9 per cent under @ ber of shares. Directors in- ae eine | § ee a - ng as 
. . . Net income $1 a32 090 $202.4 ' gifleets 1 Pespe ell ia | i Co., succeeds phibian ai rplane to ie kK. Down- has been elected a director of 


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When the SEC registration #! Lesiic E. Simon, who retired) p Witison’ Camp, follow (in oe tee 


becomes effective. Woodies will last month as chief of research siete , 
have 265,375 common shares of and eee Fs gah ace $1000s): Dec. 31, Dec. 3, rn od Pus 
$10 ar stock outstanding. nance, Nas en @iected a airec- 1955 1964 «Up Woalipas < 

soll 18 months ago ‘aed. tor of Gruen Precision Labora- Merites Sits. . $42,351 | Save Gye 8 tf 


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ended Jan. 21, area sales were “'°* oc tm annual Gividend American Zine, Lead & smelting Co. £12 Gas 1.28 : And ‘ie 0 5 13 a a. 2 pJohn P. Crow-| er, Saginaw, Mich As d 
te to the equivalent of $2 ane ” og) Alaska Airs § ley sociated Oil & Gas Co., it 
i moome 2.592.232 1.611 | PROLE RR 6 e J eley of Super ? 
off 1 per cent while downtown A ab 20 1s ag . “up Mundy |. Peale, Republic 
p ar 4 n dby H.J.M 
common share on the old stock kes a : ' . Polaris Mn .20 4 % 2% . ie Cc Was announces by osser, 
displayed a 9 per cent deine from $1.80. The split, effective |x mode Red Lake M504 Ltd . ‘| Genatiibone at , ; Y : £ —" 0. _ | president, said in the announce- president. Associated Oil & 
. orted ves- “we | ° : : x 1¢ associa- ol i a ; 
cue Sowres Were ee Feb. 3, increases the number of |* gicik* national’ Waten Go Ze - . at a - 4 ae ment that his company’s deci-| Gas has substantial oil and gas 
terday by the Federal Reserve tion, which has'sion was based largely on Down- . 
eater Marelli shares outstanding to 4,277,478 |ended Dec. 3 ihiiaads ' ' . & "9 . t 140 b production in the Gulf Coast 
ank o ichmond. Net income 6.04 Se— Me Reiter Fost . usiness er’s ability to “continue supply- , Pin 
from 2,138,739. Paul A. Appleby, |a share a. a5 satad1%e| Petes ERE 2 Grms as mem-ling Seabee owners with the and west Texas areas. 
Auto Ads Under Scrutiny aoe told stockholders the Net ‘income ” 1,468.1 148 7.018 Tractor , 1970 si ~~ ane ; bers, elected) ind spare parts "tnd service A Off in Week. Yi 
ss irm (at one time $A shar a 0:! + Re , 

Two influential trade groups wee co Ri in Ww fashington) |x wee Rt a tnaces if 51-164+1-16 Me Gr VG .15% | these other of-| | they have been getting from Re- ates = si ear 
h ” te nched a cooperative ves na 60 t hare for the A share. 1 aed po| Seg fon 8 ' 4 or Ne "yy ee cr . "| Hitchcock ficers at a meet-/ public.” een: At ae 
ion oaninat false —~ 4 decep- ene t sneiinte aaa the pres ylang saaet Dee . wes Ce. six months un oa _ 37%— “s St Lew Cp 2 - 13% 81% 83%—+1 naa ing Thursday senger car production this week 
tive advertising of new and cana with 88 cents in the Net income 30 771,379 31.946,7 4 Are ba Gs S08 O88 . —— = a ~ Me 0-18 1181-4 ‘§ night in the Hamilton Hotel: Cates to Get Medal will total 138.378 units, Ward's 

. share i" . wt : ; : ; iv . , 
used cars. Indorsement of the |jixe 1955 period. Universal Pictares Co.. ine.. 52 weeks yA 42 W5te+ “4 SesbeW Aw! 3.50f 65 dames F. Bridges, Riggs Na- NEW YORK. Jan. 27 iF Automotive Reports said today. 
campaign was announced joint- jended Oct. 29 4018.25 3.19758 ace Casio 1 iat 34) Servomech 48 16 2 tional Bank, first vice president;'. **! . » van. 21 © The figure compares with 144. 
ly by Frederick J. Bell, execu- y |A share .. ae ‘a. Stew WAP 1800 1800 C. 1. Smith Jr., of C. I. Smith) Louis S. Cates, chairman of 738 car assemblies last weck 
tive vice president of the Na- otes geo Briatians bomen Corp. fs ates OY Se : cies Ce ; Co., Ine., second vice president. Phelps Dodge Corp., will re- and 160,666 in the comparable 
tional Automobile Dealers As-| Directors of Peoples Druga snare p 25.29 LL.11/ Baitey Sel , a Me Sager 7” ; Elected to the board of di- ceive the gold medal of the 1955 week. Truck output this 
sociation, and Victor H. Ny- Stores, Inc., have declared the alitanite a oe Ce. ie *19.0 Said See 11 Tat Ay. rectors for a 2-year term were: | Mining and Metallurgical 50- week is estimated at 26,288 
borg, president of the Associa-| regular quarterly dividend of 50 4 FERS Te 04 pion $ Sense a 5 5 * William H. Bright Jr., Washing- ciety of America Feb. 9. the units. compared with 24.552 last 
tion of Better Business Bu-| cents a share, payable March 30) Monsanto Chemical Co 7 | Betect test 62 Gest’ her 2.500 * 0 % 42 ton Brick Co.: William S. Hut-| S°ciety ammounced today. Cates week and 22,588 in the compar- 
reaus, Inc. The groups issued a) to stock of record March 2. The a 5.108 57 ines te _ Std Ored 258 ee ton, Virginia Co., Inc.: Jon §,|t00% a leading role in develop-iable 1955 week. 
set of recommended advertis-| latter is the record date also for vasedied. i Hot available are Am OW 8 — = ee 4 4 England, Devlin Lumber & |——————— dhcdieeal Be SBR RS 
ing standards designed to eh stockholders desiring to vote at ean 1,535.7 1.323.716 | OF Pesrer M6 18%— % Std Oil Ky 20 ' Supply Co., Inc.; Earl Lovins, 
tag — fyi tebe gyre g — a a ig Pe mec ae ~— «Sere Railway Dis ' + tal ‘s ~ poms A. P. Woodson Co.; John W., ° 
aolity in the advertisir ‘ . . Bacne 0 > Net income ois 0% ; 1724— ‘es Std Thomses Thorne, Griffith-Consumers Co. N B . 
sales of automobiles.’ The pared an analysis of the auto) ,,‘°se Pétson “°5.658.509 4.847.) : ' a Ne) Stert Pree ' \ and Walter W. Weidman. Dou. Cw or Onl | ices 
NADA urged local dealer and paris industries for distri-|4 re 1.10 | nes Huge *\ bleday-Hill Electric Co. 
£ Associated Press ee 


groups to adopt the eres. bution at the investment firm’s | wet ,{neome 10,588,133 121,983 ; Ta 1) oe 
" reaus A share ; 7.12 ; 000 ow Close . 
The Better Business u exhibit at the NADA conven- 7 «(14" 4 ewe : ass ; . Total sales. $4,690,000; ae —— “: « . a 


group promised to police local tion opening this morning in 4 1 11 BS 118 | Su0 16 Thome Star ‘ ‘ Wolfson Resigns year ago $3,959,000. NYC 4.552013 
NYC 4098 


agreements wherever they are \-Par lotel . c 6 9 Tite Reef ta 14 
made. | Paddock Engineering a of Ar- Export-[m por [ 'Cée Momeste * HA: 4 6 38. +1- 16 Tekiaa 06)! 10 Ry, ‘ - ’ s ‘ A W d Di im a is oo) High lew Clese Chg. wn 4.952822 
rege 'lington, Va., has appointed re RB I G c : 3 ot Me i tor 15g > AS ar LreClOr ii ina a 
Who's News Belmont Ver Standig, Inc., an rants ti Coat wt = eS CHICAGO, Jan. 27 #—Louis Aatst ites hs 
Richard C. Peterman hasi\advertising and public Foy RB li ] ic ge 12404 3% Seieaaeen 1.48 *| Wolfson today formally sub-|AsTes 3987 
been appointed Washington tions counsel ... Burton, Dana} rasuwian Loan | . 4 Sa+ Ww Unit AircP 25% § mitted his resignation from pal - 
$ 1-16 Ue Ast > oe the board of directors of Mont- 880 4.5s2818 


branch manager of E. F. Hau- & Co. has a speci al analysis of | Cea Expier Si5- Unit Sheet 2.58 
egses Fae a Tete % US Air Cond gomery Ward .& Co. Wolfson $e) 3 3.23s0 


serman Co., makers of steel in-' Dennison Mfg. Co. | 
. ee Export: Import Bank said city ates ms... Ss = previously had anno d he!tu mr 
= yesterday it is lending $19,625.-| ¢, . ‘ US Vitamin 68 ‘ 4 y unced ne cana Aa -y 
000 to the Santos-Jundiai Rail- led tT CODES tO FORGA. Cougs 4.5520708 Secalkd 3.25570 
lway of Br ' ae re The resignation was handed teen 3.2507 SeNatG 4.8573 12 
7 . _way of Brazil to buy rail equip- Net Ve Vener Sys to John Barr. 4 CAEl ise 97 SePae 4.5088 33 106%, 105% 18+ ‘se 
ecurityv rices |ment in this country. feet lars ok me h president and ticep 5:7055 SeuRy 6056 1 100 19-22 100 11-32 100 11-32 
° ° ' In addition, the bank said P+ ‘ veless sit Le chairman, by Bernice Fitz-Gib- CENW 4.5999 ' 
ad United States manufacturers! fs", “Magtt th 1% Ve WallacesT 350 , Don at the regular board of | Cittve 3977 
Yesterday's prices on the Washiagton Steck Washington (1.28) “6s .-—s | ill: extend credit for $5,375,000 | Cow Uraner . 


directors meeting. Wolfson did cetera Ta0es 
Exchange Branch of the Phiiadeiphia-Baltimere ry COMPANY to the railway. Thus the total , 
Steck Exchange. | 1.68) * 6=6 sf will be $25 million to be spent G7¥e— *u| Wane 2S 2S 
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vet Clee pee com, 5 at ‘$s . ore ifo r equipment which will in-| * 1Ste+ Ye Wilrich Pet 
een Gas LS com. clude diesel-electric locomo- W Soom Fa sf. f -s'¢ 
19%, 30 at 39%. 4s —% Wright Mar .12 > 1151 4 ‘ Erie 4.552818 
— a. TE oa ot has | tives, multiple-unit electric cars. a Ste a « Wie =! 11516 2 +146 Stock Increase \ oted FlakC Ss)4 
BONDS | T] | ; in| Oe = Met Ye Chilr-Aw 3.79578 12 881 . as . 
centralized traffic control equip ? » 2% 2+ id J : ’ : A ll By Rey nolds Metals 


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Seorsetown Gas Ist ss. 'S 197 Nationa! Unies (1.00) 30 equipment 5 ite ’ . ‘GMethe 1:7? y ; 
Pot Elec Pow 3%4's, 77 99 TITLE INSURANCE | Owned by the Brazilian Gov-| atten 1: ; 18 6% 6% 6+ | Reynolds Metals Co. stockhold- > ae Corman S302 Ges 
Pot Elec Pow 3's, ‘83 Columbia ( 20) , a ar as! an Ov: / 33 3 O 8 Har ers today a oved tl GMetCp 3.25579 tel PUL 3577 
BPR od La - Ee oe : srament, the Semeevundia 3 2 WS iste tome teaver 14) two uillier te vi he ~ eg sh a “ar Nereay 8 2as88 
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wiSCELLANEOUS (1.60 Ha) ‘s /per value cumulative preferred (ecknair 3.75900 1872e— tye Urag aj 4.125579 = 5% + 
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ing Sao Paulo, principal indus- — , 
Ter Rw Cet Gart 4%9* rie 16+1-16 . 
ee ee | Geldeaheng 90 0b Bosc. .|trial center of Brazil, with the ; ss » Dividend Actions | Stock. wm. 686 hlUcA kk eS ek , 
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PUBLIC UTILITY port of Santos. | sa Me 3% pe- Sth. of Pay-| Proceeds will be used to help! ep sss 145% ' 
Amer Tel & Tel (8) ' | ce (1.88) ot | 6 Watt-16 Rate finance an $80-millio 1” o— 9% 
cp S ets llion aluminum Me? 3 sr tint tne= EXT RAORDINARY 
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Cagrtal Transit (p80) 12% . com - (3.78) .... a ° - . 2 2 
Pot Elec Pew com (1.00)... 2134 | Lansten Mone (48 .. 1% 2 iChicago Grain ' is | ettS aw it nm ,|reduction plant at Listerhill,| te tes s.sse0 1084 108 
| =: Macgeatnater vy (2.0) oo" Fe eee ‘ : a ae + Ala—Reynolds seventh—and. aj wve 6s 100% 108 8. VALUE 
S lev a BK oy ony mete) Flying Tiger : ' ‘* $35-million expansion of exist-| : 
| leas trading Beard of Trate/ foe ML” : | im. ing facilities there. ‘54 Lincoln 
"Wash Gas Ut tom conn pfé (4.38) tor hoe vest Old crop soybean futures scored the! ~ _ | Capri Hardtop 
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Lincela (11.08) ne oy bay Ape. or extras , A 
Riggs (712) hg Med. ie “ se S year. pPaid in 1955. ; cents ; ' 2-21 smaller lots cattle that failed te interior fin 
| puntr pounds higher. Mi ae jenes x . 238\on Thursday not on offer ew: seer NEW YORK, Jan. 27 W& on" optaal 


Ay ty Bo mostly | Stockholders of American Radi- 
D. C. Produce Prices 


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Hea al to one carload util {ty aod | and Mullins Manufacturing Corp. ioe aauer a4 yeu elhens Gale 
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Seed. “Beas” fetes e. veee. eet Kitchens Division. In addition 9801 O14 Bladensbere RA. 
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YORK, jen. 27 | Bevertheless ing, but it ¢j market | * at i the most Pit Coc Cost 9 ) ps me my— 4 
. | ’ Osed lower | 1% and Fairba active issue pa ’ P ae ag te 
«67 low P et be ch nn-T orse | 17% +2 
20 rails 158.95 m7) 46.1 gn ce rennces never wnee a mixed and then d oan a a large oh sg announced oo down |p Prats 5 os 28 Ne arn sa | 
wills «63. SS 42 ~# nt, and e depr nN decli the ai of F ad e 2 a 8 1620+ 44 
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utilities 46,500. 243,100; raj averages tp.| Side , re off aro Oss consid three-f, ileox © | Pit aay me 27%— 
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Associ nd in | ay as j ness M ay at /Petem ep 5 a ba 
Oe) igh 1 was d ated Pr rough t sett] Machines ef Pw 1% 3% tu 24) 
ow Close Chg | Own 20 ¢ C88 aver ght by the G ed an off 18 Precthy 2. & im %—~ t! 
me an s; yesterday ents at $173 age of 60 st Bethleh overnm anti-trust «Ete 8 Co 1! 9% 2¥6 211+ v4! 
ASC Ven =” 4% ded $3.10 t se Tuesday 48 off $1.30 | ay as dire » Which fell at 3791, | PSEag a 18 637 ' us UH %) 
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LL TRA se “antique Fi water drainage construction. nd bonded. Bud's mechani and serviceman, =| EXP . 40-865 tenet ee Appi ED — oF > poe “28 . 
chairs. tee cart “auto, washer, M8- BODY MAN oF Pain r are co 5 PREFERRED Esso Service, $230 Georgia ave. nw.| erabiy “underwood Sundstrand KPR. pe “Abo : cant should be resident of Vir- .. rs 
pedi. sige. porianle: “Wal ‘silver BUTCHER ex: pit , . job. ood. working -_ cond ness eg i che BkADT . #7 5-685 ginia, college graduate, 21-25 SaeinenEeEeeeeeeen Butea, = “a : 
ee also por’ able e si fiver ‘ NA 4. 2240 ; P e . bea t: looks : ark; ; 

* gndale CE £008 “pal OFFICE MACHINE rown-Morrison Company, Lynch- Ps | | | Deaut.: over park; maid sery.; | 
s Puotg PRLANGERE OW siyl| Sh Lt ATA tes BF ENGINEER BOYD'S, Cor. 12th & G | Initiative and pleasing person. | ape at co: | hat priciest BEE aa 
horizontal, 8x10 im. condenser en- «| structural Sineer to work for MECHANICS Hye — —STENOE | (Clity $ essential. Phone Miss titchen privis.: suitable cot. mae 3 
jargers with lamphouse | and, en. | architectur firm 9 ig Pullding Op M ALLEN-O'BRIEN Personnel Service.) Raymond, DU. 7-5100 her 11:20 2. m. ¢ ‘of Beas rm.. kit, avle.t ol sale. man or Bie 
larsing i. a nspec - tuni : a - ‘ . 7 
est. 362 CAB DRIVERS on. Must be registered eneineer.| sth portunity in iami Lies SG. Aven uns 41g Tat a] ear Pentagon, 2S “next | ' 
Please furnish e ence record,, Permanent positions open w - | bath: woma ei. 2A 8284. | 
w 13 If you do not have an identifi. | national otis maqpine company er ; ; knowledge of bookkeeping. typing —* 
LLANEOUS anted ation card we ppstruct vee, tft ember” at an fie *| Write M- ost-TH. Permanent position in Miami.) and general office work: S day | N fst and laund oetvin 3 or ton + cous 
A™M IN ED tn buying oid ahi | hacker's test. The xp se. ply ors & i.) Accountant, ed d| week. ers ang. paleey. Write| 5-day week. ameal Rag - & vocation, me! «blk. empl. girl. Apply onaet 
verware any cond. jewelry. bric-| in cab driving will helo fm on as? erro. Architec 7. Annao- c experienced anc) Box M-310, insurance bene micai| time kT a | W. ; 
Q-drac ang chine NO. 7- 8 | other BoR'e "e olis, Maryland. OPERATOR tamiliar with all aspects of ac- | Capel ey rm once, for men’ Sea nat " is Q #. nee Call bo —Rims., redec trans., rm 85. 76. BO. 2-1110. 
NGUES—Purn. bric-a-brac. sil-| TUDIO Preferably Washington. D. counting profession, Must! Pat ‘ne O° PS: Apply 990) - - “Hieom, se Fat ang c cy Monae ao cai 
- 131 15th NE . i- vk Pail. oom, is ; eh ame 
ver jewelty Oriental objects ean! | 7 saat ENGINEER wi eat am nd ~~ ination ep know Spanish or have basic | Cc ad ami =| COL. ais, Rinteohouse et “. av 
sibs none h —rre U b= A See 6th class. colored, for downtown wit 8 ; of — A. retail a procedure, | STENOGRAPHER tani vg eee: xen, OW. 3- fa 422 | t 
“dintne suites. office | apt. bid No hildr ood i. egies training rse to Bo knowledge of Spanish. Good | yoing. 5 day wk.. good lary, | cae Boe me 
ery re and_ refrigerators | CAR ‘WASHER arr pad qeeicers local references ortess Poet a: a f ha paid vs vacation and many co. ©-| Trade association: 5-da week: | “ ——netene. se —- +43 . bath: “35 th th at nnd - sts 
U7. oes Re 6-2977 Permanent job. Goo! sal. required. A r_ Lock wood, 2500 | 5, M-287_Post- oo references required as to char- poly Mrs. Dodd, Hechinger group hospitalisation; $300 per| _ | 
Also parking lot exp. Apply i : PARKING ATTENDANT — Apoiy liabil en -4720 A : bik treet r & AD 
FB he cn Bw hd Y se Rex TIN eA, parkine lot. 1403 New York ave.) acter, reliability, discretion, | ane tse 16-35 pleas. | oS —_ BS Bus: lee, att rac. front rm. empl. eer it <j “~ 
experience and technical and! ing pers by. Mo. experience Se. St ST; Eee Rar, €at-| sade A. 9-2008. 
Furniture Bought yee maior Naouliont fast S208 “PERSONNEL TRAINEE | moral capabilities. Must have| Pocear?- 4.20 stality typing STENOGRAPHER ANA A—Bright bedroom #0.) All RA 3 — = 
ABBOTT & LANDON. EM. 2-6677 ~ “| Should be veteran in 20's with col-| . , ' s lendid working conditions. ure; $35 month. LU. 4-2904 $ RA. 
Any ogpaptity CLAIMS based on ability i rapid. G. Pa rent Dackeround he pid. me qualifications of Chief Ac ie Graham. tors’ cepital Senora ye penn A tial N. Harrison “2 le.) to sh 
AL BION BOOK Sit 8 Penn- ’ ~temeeed countant with practical experi- | 5 N _ bivd. bus. JA. “$045. $e at 
sy vena ave. ne 6698. SMPLOY MENT a st. aw. - a ring SOURS. 15 FH. Ov. 1530 Co jonial tefrace, nea ‘¢ amo, 
FURN ANT aan for pn le Bt cht bu > £ + — Bie Ro. ence in the United States. | service resets S orders. Sarees siyn Pront ¢t next | ; 
r eee AGE 25-35 Shag: sble-edind:, preterved ses sei (Tahetty slot gs:| Good “Box 366 Intecnationsl | fkage aa ME: Mr. Hollister, oy petals bome._1A. B33 
- a ation requ rite Box nternational | 3- riy ’ -s 
also need refrigerator. eas. ta . uniforms furnished tien | duate with backsround | rly. ent. ladr_J }. _8-9945. 
2nd piano, Mr. legit. a ae With at least 2 years expe-| Bethesda ares. List former em- fm publicity or public relations. To| Airport, Miami 48, Florida. nny. comforts 7 rm. for| panes ait. privis 
GOLD rience in automobile claims|- lovers and positions held. join an expanding ,Dubiie relations CLERK-TYPIST TY ATOR iz pileman; + Slose_Fent_ JA, faa) next bein orivis.: $4 $40. 
Bring your Ri. -. ous. per 5 work for local office of in-| beresting writing styl le and SSeey | = fenced Bieasant working con. (i. cour trano. JA. O-1515. | “oe ae rn = 
scarce jewenuy mater ne — ” | : —_— 
A K iN; surance company. Salary based INSURANCE MAN magazine and radio, “or television. per. for evenines: $10 per night, | Por moewenee f yamecessary;. e-day. ae Eee staiontine = prt, * aie om ake a A ey | aie ss con’ BA, 
é @ personable as du -| OMd over, OL. 2- y w lock 
~SL_TEARS AT 28 FAT MM—| OPotind. Place sive comelons | LAGS well-established ren} extate| 4uire vérvonel contact with Jeading pao ech OY SHERATON PARK HOTEL NO —Bovutitilly Tarnished Ry Hip ea 
JUNK W WANTED ! ground. Please give complete — = eee 29 active in- psndine “- qualifications | CLERK-TYPIST WOODLEY _R args tein “: private oO 643 11h ow.—Prt. rm 
di » PARMIONE Actupe frames. oe cies Lae Pot THe | feta 9une gam, Whe hae been 2 i peed ered *|ARE $60—5-DAY WEEK TRAI NE snr ee pep tenon, ae Cees Fi Tt U2. th aah 6-2869 
Lp ’ picture trained i ° led ". next bath 1i 
clock Pine. lass. guns, t to Box 642, Post TH. of ail shea Mi nas know lines ICITY MAN Immediate opening. permanent po-| To learn adv. paste-up work: Alex. | Secon pecewe a Eeevt aed COL.—415 ne., or sale ‘pers 
ntiasien. Fie Cash 4-75 ad other than life. This position of- ‘ sition. Must be good typist and! area: 7:30- -Gay wk. Automatic nn 4 son. 88 + rt I. 
PLANOS WANTE Cash for your) mL RS fers @ reasonable salary to start. Exper! ae hews writer for tem- heave nice handwriting. xcellent pay increases Call OV. 3-2832. | bl Lib CO he f : e rt room ) 
piano, Mr, Seltzer, JU. 29. aduate. expr.| but more important it offers an| Porary em sett rt am 5 eee for pesos yeume, le rd eee, ‘windows: man < . og rivis.. $10 k. Ui. 7-61 
PIB NO—F ot pew ate ae ill ‘bay! in construction ot late ats cppertunity tee "omen Ss position with public relations de- TH 1S vacation with pay. ease net ung TYPIST CAPITOL HTL1— Well turn. ran-| PLORED. Meridian 4a NW. 16 
. c : : . to 2 ce . ° - 
PIANOS bought, highest cash, all) eral contractor Reply, available to develop this end of; Detiment of Batlionaly —_ a+ eed for eppoint ping water: 1 alae bid, seet of oa ttol | om Convenient trapap reirigere- 
styles ce ~J039, Gay dresser | C SF FORT + wd ——, } a, full ape xperience required MA N?. MANHAT AN "AUTO, INC. Por a newspaper office: under 3 CATHEDRAL AVE. Nr. Sheraton | for single hg unl. Home 
OMASVIL . _nnotty pine resser =0OK onbne RDER Position involves writing news re- A 7-7557 | some experience: minimu - | Driviexes. Z te LEE 3 
.¥ irror size ; K- 4 0 past oe as esecatien. ¢ “line | weaaes. and andling newspaper : ae mee ea wpm: accuracy required Dieasait | a ae A er pees | COLOR 1008 K st. ne. -Atirace 
a ce ‘PIANOS ered a order fo ¥ as * ary expecte na ” in contacts relative to national in- office: hospitalization and life n= | closet: vt phone alk ok'«.| “ive single rooms. kit. privis.. 310 
o ormation Be ~ gn ompiete re- We need « presentable young lady ag wi —f car a oor }~ iF 
JA. - ie. 510- , 300 a ‘ turnable) “required in first letter A MAN, typing and general office work {or| rm. in pvt aa, = ome P pvie. Plenty ~~ por ware. * Di faith 
GOOD Tarniture wanted for our! cage Ai te. “ist. r LABORATORY Send samples of writing abflity~if radio and TY consulting engineers: | TYPIST rm. pe 4-7 O68 OL. —202 Sink. stove 
store dea | with reliable company Cook i. gt 1 ENGINEER available All replies = tricia | who is not satisfied with | starting Re wi A ose hour ‘ | COLORA © AVE.. 8631 — Girls saad mT $i) 50 k Di 1- Saar 
; Co ; 2.76 - : - . 2h, | o 5; wee no Satur- y ; OL.—2)3) I t 
, ae equ oxen Mod- | mx” 2 they OM He “should bey a © AMAT ~to work in new! his present earnings day work: vacation accrued month. | H graduate. Type pm & Ra’'5-5 Pi 80 SS. CO Cee... OLy “y Kit By, elk oon e, Fm. Re 
> rn car. Nights $4 Arlington store selling to Hams ly poly Suite 435. 1001 Conn.! Good salary. paid vacation an 7 49 
verte cost, JA B-6614. ONW 8 _ $19 Ww AGE 20 TO 30 ‘ & experimenters. Must have prac-| A MAN ave aw. Saturday. Jan. 38 be-| company benefits inguir . man: 7 COLORA ; ae NW... 56231—Nice COL 3337 *, R. 4 P... 
INSTRUCTIONS 14 CREDIT TRAINEE PRR RES MEET tronics, Phase of radio and elec- | who is willing to work. ruses, ss and 1 p. m. for! oo meennew Ue. Co. isth and | tms-_ ou st vent.: girls; _single ib % ar 
: White ; ~ ; — ; “= 
ABC SHORTHAND in 6 weeks. Gaz a9 permanent sastiines” gene controls, check operations and in- MAN CLK.-TYPIaT.. tempo to Mar, is TS—Bese_ and expr. 05 open. | © A RD... i 50 wk, sg) cpl eis DE. itt rt. fm. 
($12 wkiy.), or 12 wks. eves. | : cos in the fie ust z (2) i , L75 hr. POTOMA 2334; times DAILY). $45-865 wk. all! Wrs en = Beis 2 ad ems 7 
wkiy.) MPLE BCH. NA. 8-325, ave some college engineering| work roject and genera who sincerely wants to se- kinds inguire Miss Evans at NN. * . pp. Sheraton- * ~ st. nw ~-Love 

DERN TRAINING in deauty cul. waelnies., brokerage: irginia residents pre- cure his future éL A. S- =2 — oan BOYD’ and G sts. (NA, §-| PE. Hotel. Cozy sgl. rm.. ise. clos-| — ‘able * omne.; Bewly dec, 
ure: all subjects taught: approved $1. r hour to start ferred: phone for appointment. uture. fare organisation: good salary and| .2340.) | 0h. next beth: $10 =k. VE. 2-0598 ome: it. _privis. HU. 3- 
WANPELYRN BEAUTY  COLLEO Engi neer Other periodic incre ara iO. 1A 3-380. A MAN working conditions, _Write details | : Me fa etter 3 << $12.50 ‘ail p Avis. NO x 

ND for Vir- ~312. , ~ . tu ater: refrig.: 5 ! 
oils ew Dt 62. ' ae vieciels 46-hour Le ginis office full pe: exp. of wil who wants to make between | CeERKPYPIAT to 5 ba acl, ide. Tit cn Ww | L, ¥ iS. a pegs “isi 7 Bt Pas 
ORTE private classes, n , r h ‘ , at Toe ae NN. ) eerful 653: 
Aris. Prefich. German snd Bo Martin. $200 and $300 per week.| { ng work for Catholic org Selary| fm aust-be fast: “Sid PM Puck Gel, | SnORE: space EM. giton sree. Nicely “Tur- 
zante oot Be Ye NAVAL WASHINGTON GAS LIGHT CO ae commensurate with abiifty. Give| lene Diner, $208 Baltimore bird’ | arm prefers atthe 6 
before 10:30 a. m. REAL ESTATE SA EN age, educ s - » , /"woman with 1 child. Must be of F my i ih ju 7 ., rm. 
REAL ESTATE—A survey course. — WwW 643 Post  gpscathes pd wacaacn - WATERERS, and oggnter. some sand~! so0d character. WA. 7-361}. . 
undamentals for begin Oo Pp NNEL DEPARTMENT Por riy spring openine of new E OF | CLeak-tTreu?T — Young wo woman Waitresses—Whi., day or nicht. DELAPIEL D PL. NW. i bi rath | Col Sa ce 7 
to men and women xs al! ran | +1 29TH ST velsoensat i Peitcn tne ae > with typing and gen. clerical ox ‘ vely tm. pvt. phone. tile 0 g!. Ou. 
ri Might ky te ag S~- ARCHI F( NO PHONE CALLS ill -" ital ssam ¥., TD to join national sales organization CONW NWAY'S S Emp. Ser. 519 6th NW ‘lke Oe A. 37028.) wD EX 3-3415 
salesmen and brokers. Qua Tor! : split. levels. | 3 and 4- bedroom Pen- Del Fa rms, hs “are -' y~ +, importance e =| WOMAN = knowled a ¢ nos rt. rm ateke sista” telnet tee COL. Extra large rms ifas a week. 
’ ir ne « ’ ; i 1 } r p c . e in or ' . . a n-. 
Rigpe sacpe one corte fee  irogrs Must ges quot vin "fiss| lass. Sacked uo by a hard tutti ER gS eis eae aa| ttn oe eg satay EAN | gin PO eR A hee prlelagen Sa 
t } ff oO a aq ev . y ; | Products “Good sliary plus com- vertisine campaign and “o. * aa m ah GRADER—-Clasil y an a easant work- : —RISSS Di nw Bill 5t adie. rm ah — 
ning, Strayer Gollese, 13th and F| Opening’ ‘Yor mmediats: permanent) mission. River “s "Beso, 5143) | ade me. pone renee Palla. a HAVE THE fcaning and fepair’ Rnowledss | Hoom 951. Warner bide. 13th and| woman $38 me DE. PeesO ne | a ehh eee 
ts N «17 " , . ; |; m with « len n n repa o os. man, 2- , ? ih « 5 : : 
a eatin” of “sumed” Sheil rr | sibilities. Call Mr. Wiiburt. "| MOST SELLABLE PRODUCT fabrics and styles necessary. Past Ry. — CAP OL, 1383 —Redec room “at Oi Allison -. Ow, lee. tm 
NTED soeieetion a — missile TATE REALTY Beth IN THE WORLD experience <drycieaning. sorting SELECT POSITIONS ony. trans : comt{ I 77-6648. share kit reas. Li. 3-1166._ o 
Men. women to train as announc- ; MACH NE ROOM: Teg Py py ag ethesda hetg ul mm. handicapped “ores 235 Ooodears Bide isth & NW ag - $45 4 ae tis. y tt ~ - WY ine 
ers. wreees, directors. cameramen j : “ . ni Adults. mo. J 4-47 ront room » privis. 
floor men. Closed circuit telecasts | a ve a OS -~— B.A on." = Ao he i lye 7 eleaning top in 1599 othe aw. 2 noon. ion. wn 45. full time |" ~ dio. 6-412. 06S & ORED. "tT f ” / 
ort course nt Ve i N—2)- cloc re io - . 3- — re ront. tw 
oer west Radio & ‘ a, * A Bhool acupnt “Aircraft activities y his SU PERVISOR furnish ‘tel irfex Soeaages. on Let Us Show You on ai NW TUTOR Tar emo: be A banding Haw fone | - ST. kit. avt.. od ; s, ve AD. Pri 1 ae isi6 
ae : ! 4 tionally disturbed ,een-one daugch-| order company. local office No wor gf ioe £30 sk x. EX. 2- ae be 2-21.99. 
‘ | t ACLS Bing! in C esham pl as k- 
a MEN 13 a gy Venemt. 7. = conidaction Immediate vacancy in TBM CAR REQUIRED Post F natin eel Seon aa We will trai on ige home. Se, pemie ~_- G3 ey an “priv. ame ¥k ~ 7922, 
ACCT... semi sr to $4800 continuous effort to insure thet nding company for work- ROUTE SALESMAN e [ , J 3 tos rt. rm. 
POSITIONS INC poo installations are ng supervisor: spplicans DENTAL, asste.. trainees. — Pvt. residence: | Pa hoine. 4, ‘tera utd. incl, 
, atible with the we leg handling must have subervisory ex- For food préducts route: Frit Recept -typist. 20-30 eee lee nicely furn. e excellent 
1334 MASS. AVE. NW | and guidance equipment require- perience and be able to Chee potato chips. ete S-das Apply nd %-raw technicians. Open | UNUSUAL WOMAN i lema Fey "2-288. Bnet ep eemanonePotoer: 
Pamodiate open ign seer a ments of pres sent ond future mis- , + - ae roe wees, Paid vacation and insurance Ge OF eal chit shhs | cTRARD b st Waite eal cozy adult park attrac rm. = 
>. r cc secys.. - e a acnin ’ ‘ s.. : 
por. cities ‘rk, mechanic 204] Scar? ace eave. "causes | Must Wirntay cood. erizne recara.| Saturday Afternoon, EI pie | le ade amet a AE Nt Hohe wn | Se el a 
technicians any © is permanent position offers 8 an 7 tu Jan. 28, betw Vass! A | 
in various ne 7.9217 challenging Qpvortunity to ro commensurate with ebility. ‘ ” and 3"> _-: een pag inc = 3 p.m. EXC LEN standing an. oY Te $-4498 HOUSEKEEPING SSon 
ae | im the rapidly expanding missile venings 25-45. Applicant preferred who! cals t. DU. 7280 COLUMBIA B w 
— — | Bia" airceafe manufacturer iocatea| APP! Personnel Office | CAPITOL FRITOS CO. | Between 5 & 7 P.M. OPPORTUNITY | Sect ful5t. "4835" ot off idee ideo Se eee 
ACCOUNTANTS in the clean, uncrowded Sou 4860 Bethesda Ave. Beth. Md and tablished brok 2060, 8 &. m. to 10., and 4 p. m. . ‘verm ss! “— * nei y ock-radio, TV, 
est and offering full employee Giant Food Stores - Puss Tasted) Moun! we ayaee, "retuleg nal to 6. ¥ 9. DU. 7T- pas ‘Den Ciivs gor -$i8, EX. 3-6635 
Interesting opportunity yi large penemte including s rous s R SALESMAN— Washing machines, in- USSGSy MOrH~NG, advancement to intelligent, sc-| sale. rms, pvt. baths: attr., com- : urn EE ame NP ed 
real estate company; 5-da week: ocation allowance. 2,24 BLA Ee be side-outside: plenty leads; car 10 a.m. to 12 Noon curate typists; permanent positions } y Fi =. ~Si a 22 Pe 
company benefits Final year ace | MONDAY 3 + necessary; can ¢. s eck. for responsible young Women. 18/| tions open, Capitol Hill, 3—Dtown., clean ? 88. AVE. 1806—Pront rm, 
sri writen resume pitting sxpert-| vive’ und's seated enueiion| a © Sant con eae. 28 F pot iheceaiary’ Seder" wesk“iid| Persiamel Sait" uae" wind 4 APR Oe 87 Wi alee Lh. | siEvEWOOB-PLUNW tise ae 
it wr P 4 ; bic ae. 
ence e salary expect of your qualifications. a. a. re- ouns man wit 934 Bonifant Street Vacations. attractive salary ian. | 8- Ba LA am » 1822—Ciean.| 18th and Columbia rd. — rims. 
Marked attention: Mr. Donsid A.| sume of your backsro ; MAN. colored; must have steam | deltty of music for ! . Call Mr. Oxenham at RE. 7-1929 ws CO ——Jobos of all types! —" newly Gec., sgle. and Chis 
Hurst. No interviews granted with- : in oor license No. 5: genera! main. | lity dep ortment. See Mr Sycie Silver Sprin Md i". secured daily thry Manning’s| 17s. Le, closets pees win AVE. A. » 919-—Yae. dle 
HANNON & LUCHS CO. Engineering Personnel nan and repair work «& san t. "aha 9 ; FOUNTAIN GIRL Em L. 1910 9th st. nw. AD. 2.81 ! serv. “it Tv Ts len beater: se pas? ater “ ned. ove Oe 
driver's license. permanent posi- | 6a TT A n 6477. bew fF AB aks reesey. 
[COOU STANTS & el Ch V h 4 . <a a spay. meals and) | takes i “goed f a. waitress Rakes s30-448" Sos to RB a a we | Nath ingle room: ole'ef heh ee eae $10.8 tee aes, 
PERS rs ~| = 5 we 
gina ere ae ANCE VOUGHNT | seston. Apel im person, 1128) faye. wisn, arid promeiion., Call] OPPORTUNITY | FS, “S.3%6 BES Benin fet | sag aati ecensee® sBeae | tages “a Piipgat cit Regs Tota NW TE1¢ 2 ise, ae ieie, 
ATLAS AGCY.. 1420} ve} AG with rapidly | seintmen 07 st nw t | nearby aryiand § stations. € u * a or a 
' ; expanding com Good salary | eAT MAN __| Pull_or part time in our sales ée-| GENERAL OFFICE WORKER — | ist—Comf.| compl. kit.. $12.50 wk 17-9310, 
ircratt gocsongy. Fore | { White. with knowledge of typing. | Sed rms. with water: reas. AD. 2-343 7 — 
ACCOUNTANT A c af manent poaith “with ese fu-| and “government workere whites to learn Remington-Rand be on. | Desire tf ’ service Manager SW—Lovely tira rm a “es i neatly furnished. 1 inch aaa 
| ture. Timely ans. 3211 Rhode | World's largest enufacturer of| No experience required camvas-| keeping machine operation “ye-hour | - —e a position with na-| for empl. couple or 2 emp! girls AD 4-019 ! 
Under 35. Excellent epeerseass | Incorporated Island Ave.. Mt. Rainier, Md. HU.| business forms ond ecuipment has| sine Average $125 weekly full time,| W._No Saturdays. Call Mr. Rice pam AE sce gertios aa Pvt. home: exc. transp RA 6-4590 | —. 
as assistant to chief account -66 otected territory oe in Wash.| $75 Dart time. Cal) 3 for) Lh. 7-476 ary. paid vacation, sick leave bene. N.W.—Attr warm quiet. $4 wk. up EASTERN HOUSE 
in rapidly expanding research and| © ©: Bex $907. Dalles’ Teme 3 A area sor young te “OA appointment. REY PUNCH OPERATOR—Estab-/ fits ‘regular merit inerenees Av.| <qume,.$6 rms, Lad 35-9692: eme apts. d'town. S18 H at. ov. 
development organization located | x ' Pleasen: working conditions in| With ca After mont home| 4nd 7-9 evenings lished jewelry firm needs @ girl ex-| plicant should have restaurant NW.—-Larege Gediecen twin beds. mone elev. serv. 24 hrs: reas. 
im Alexandria. Va C.S. degree or la complete company otties and field training peri periencead on O24 I machine, tel. schoo! 6 private bath centlemen pre- Also sal. & dbl. bedrms 
euuiveint plus ae S| benefits including gale vacation $300 per month applicant we Bie are olpoete int 8 ric ears perience Must ¥ deen, oat on and et we te home RA 3-4544 infor. RE 7. . . . 
ence apad: ssu intelliee emp.oy- earn & minimum pa vacation. insurance ne . - = _—. — 
sponsibility for entire set of bOOgS. | CABINET, Mal ry rman ane nes —s a ngs irst year on salary and Apply in person. Mr Bigley. 514 Por Sppeun and desire tes ee - ‘ seen ate th NO " ets ate te teebecurtty Realty. ae a 
pgninly, Gnancia! sotementy: a| position. tart 616 1583) "SHERATON PARI a | AGH st ne feor 5 | Se Bik for Mr. Pabnentock, >| ae ae i"Phe Church” | are ng HA Boa. 
ary open © preferre not essen is : = 
SSCS IE. ae ——eree— perience helvful’ Call NAY 8.8707 i ceca LADIES—(2) la Gal ~feageettonally al  NW., 1755--Bright front veil pecept 1 etilld 1-784, 
Pp - 20-40 (white). for permanent pa 3-7943. Mrs. Boush. fro . a NW. ‘ ront sgle. OL ¥. 
" ’ 361 id st. in 
WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY CO. Papeete BOYOR— B : earnings a wit > rt ne ae z é rms.; | re ret 1.50. 9 
Architectural Draftsman usiness erience required — rant. | Ages 21- 30. te teach full or i 
L ve , 
WA) =... | time. No exp. needed : ni 
experienced Only HAS IMMEDIATE OPENINGS Bor hee ee ee oe Bere DIES Top. salary and Forking cot condita one =. | sin — rl running = 
Aubinoe, Biwards & Berry 7 ‘ . _—.. pone | Machines Sell plastics and toys. on party| & : Lith st — | ety IELAND ive ~| Suna ee 
‘ r v . ; =* ) coum, 
1515 i9th St. NW HU. 3-6025. | vos ented: arotite Ten into high "AV ) pian. er > ~Aes evening 1) 3s — La for 2._esla. ro 2s. EK. | Betwete bach. erivate, entepnes 
figures annually. Phone E. Brosen — , ; ster morths Pm 
TV REPAIR MEN APPLIANCE REPAIR MEN) age Hotel, a” 3- ee. a HAS IMMEDIATE OFFICE ARs St ar—coon | & An B Poeortunity of 8 & lifetime to ad = eq ea 2 full sine 647, Pos 
ARCHITECTURAL APPLIANCE REPAIR TRAINEES nd %-9 p tithe Braet OPPORTUNITY Ave. N.W. Call WO. 6-7331 for ap- Family Bible. “Ouly 3 “Sales Der aay sate Dia a Atime Fat. | ROOMS WITH BOARD 29 
N. R —— e- FOR & you isp. “fi . : 
DRAFTSMEN known distributor of candy with PBX pale Stull rewence necessary | 15 rt. rm .. oe excel. meals 
hool desi Wr Bent fo i bat t . "| Giar. nice hm. ur. dus 7m 
Qualified through training and Recent graduate of refrigeration sc red corvece _ directly fo ratan sreres. Must be afzperienced. Apply emplos- | plgemation PO. Box 970. Wichita, | we be a. r+ ee “Sich covtiais RD. NW. 2001, at Con 
experience to prepare working . tes , dieginasitane LSA . r ave. : , gttr. 
drawings and details for coutem-| This is an opportunity for a permanent year-round position area . aes atl Fg Customer Engineers EATON ache w. | age all gponvien?* Gen- om i Re *, 
rary str lis ak = 
} te I ve ntea ankert in the Washington area. Our expanded sales of television and ch Fy _ 343. Post. rok SPR Vicia Ro —$ ater. att | BOOKKEEPING CLERK ie sian ae 2125- Pa dioiaing — —A distinctive ‘home for 90a 
‘. TH ‘Dede. may be rented singly or . : 
requirements and when avaiiabie and household appliances have made it necessary to add KNO Po AGE 18 TO 35 , DU 7-a08 lev ; 
Reply Rogers Taliaferro. x 1, Aue, ot aU, 7-96 . \ We ; aT. NE iio 5 tor 
a 1. Annapolis. Maryland to our present personnel. Each classification offers oppor- SALESMEN ELECTRICAL Bik" 4 ae" 13th & re High ee accounting | $6 se tired ale. ‘Pm 2 ae gentieman: $12 wk. of 86 for 
7 ttr ae to management positions. = Sas Bere B eer eae 200 Bet : $299 per student preferred: | STH ST. NW. 3910—Nice rm.; cen-| giitePine_t 
ASST OFFICE MGR. tunity for advancement earning $150 per week. con- ~PIANI p y R Whi | S205 as mon' » to start, periodic | tlemen: com? mo. TU. +0893 WEBSTER 5ST 1632—Private 
j - L A ’ increa 5-da see Ys 2 d 
For downtown printing firm Must tact 6. MORGAN, DU. 7-4900. yr id ng, jon « NO Pi ah Vinite | 40-hour week ” |e NW. its bi a | saa ige. twin bedrm iA to, 
# good typist and accurate Wi - Stes mn = Apply ; lean » Yu i 
fi S-day. 40-hr wk; salary ITIONAL BENEFITS SALESMEN Wanted at once M the hour Apply Johnny's. 600 8th | som s rE iri 
$0 to start. Excellent opportunity | ADD 0 ~ mens wear and m P singe, WASHINGTON AS LIONT | cook. jaun. privis sees, as 6 1939 | 
or right man. Reply in ow n band- , Good pay. Apply os Foe Nw ersonnel Department Nite pun. pete) ~ block aw. Laree 
writing, oe tins ase Tit qualifica- Profit Sharing Paid Vacation SALESMEN OLORED RE IREMENTS 1100 29th St. NW eutiful bedroom for 1 $30 a mo 
: | j . ‘ ¥ ans 
CCESRORY  SALESMAN— ' —C " aout be fall oe NO PR ; 1. 9-436" et 
; NE CALLS ; é elev. apt. iso 
eeete _ 30>) __Ciperqmece: Geet i nt Privile es Retirement ¢ Electro-mechanical Training) Me y white o 
artes calecy aad commie Liberal Discou g VETERANS Alexandria ares; full or part time.) wee he Beer 
vacation with. pay and other bene. Ft inisher » helper Wan ' S exposure Ps m annie -— | from White House "aren comforts 
fits: age 18 to 35. Apply in person Send resume of ‘experience to or } oh ts or; or woman who has rked in &| an ‘Walk on Bele ronal able rooms: ? delicious s 7 
ta she” Siva Sena: Sertense Rew Bit Bel coca : vi train Gall KL Seto, Gurts| eaouiare igiplanine “chow. sad | tay dey" css Pertine: “Gis “weekty 
ANBATT A: pesenee Ete no Y Armed Forces Technical Martin wood filler, ut shove rea Db BEST” 
r rere WESTERN AUTO SU PPLY CO gy OP wate ie ‘ bs ithout sbove | . BIGGEST AN 
AGER — Re Je ° £. poly 8 to m rience need not call. s0. 9- 
vane . ot tor o'r REAL ESTATE SALESWOMAN That's HARTNETT HALL’S 
heater. r 3908 Benning Rd. N.E. Wash 1 9, D. C. t; D. Cc. z i ' ba 
after 2H or AS Apher thea ger ery spring opening of new = see claim based on good food... 
- oalies : No ca rican -{ - tir. furn.. l-rm io 8 vt 
c schanics for we well “¥ i IC 7- Velopment ia in Pair x t County, nis rf Poy is, san ee Br | geod service pleasant 
Se ots it *Oe e0) Sica, F NG N FERS me, “3 and cont “4. > room pfoved ed an@ cultured gentieman. $70, "OOMS... a lots of enter- 
tion, merchandise discount. ind , tation. Customer Engi - spiet-levela in the popular price ’ | tainment an companionship 
eens neering, Dept. | class. backed up by & hard hittin | ~ “ 

iy, otpere wi one of area's apel rd. Mt. Rainier. R " vertising c 2 len an I | airline office; man m peederted: must _ attrac. ; kit rivi as ‘Ee at low weekly rates. 
re ry uth Dea) ; oom 205 By r- - h 2 
— of a+. wah ageve cae ate ing remem with en sitet t=: | Sie lcs gt ; 5 a ESLEY TEL HARTNETT HALL 

; Ree 
iors. Ine. 3910 Wilson’ Bivd., Potties Cal Mr W Satna evel: interviews by « 1426 2!ist ST. NW 
Arlingto International Business Seorest Bxc,| polmiment ‘enly, “Cail eT. S-aiti ; 
—Ist class. ne 7800 George . 2131 O ST N W HU 3-5432 
references; percentage Machines Corporation HELP, DOM i ee Rey Te YT EIT 74 
ROOMS, BOARD WANTED 29A 


y of work. Likerty Auts 


ient 
Bind 
i a Foal To a 
WHITE AND COLORED 
Ghort order cook. oe 345 wp 
ales. ORpee. ASS ae ME $80 
SN eS me 
ters... $3 
4s boys xe $35 
ile Mech... exper oss 
Service station attendant.....$55 
Tractor trailer, exp. . £80 
Eee appliance mech. 885 
Jectrician apprentice $93 
ing lot atiend’t ipevents) 


Ovster shucker ‘exp.) 
. OF 


preter ly with ae know 
Sips -da x el - pig >> ‘ties. 
ther tits. Write Box or a8e: 
t- ivime qualifica . Our 
d 
voy Paster 
b “ 1000 prespects Ee used 
= sales. bur J 
—y ne ny K onderful 
unity for er to av- 
erage $10.000-$172. year. Idea) 
Bey Ser ee "es. ts 
Auto “x ootinats Oe. 74 «60 


ae ‘Automobite Salesmen 


' an sell and have the 
a ant ay to santact &; 
$ 1S" soin a lates: Gnoreaec 
jeajer to soln paying 
est ission 7%. 
bea . noe of on 
n tion 


THE 


You Have An Gxcellent Future Working For 


CATERPILLAR TRACTOR CO. 


WORLD'S 
LEADER 


In the field of Crawler Tractors, Motor 
Graders, Diesel Engines and Earthmoving 
Equipment. 


Due to a vast expansion program, openings 


also exist for: 

Metallurgists Tool Designers 
Mathematicians Industrial Writers 
Draftsmen Service Technicians 


For more information and a personal interview, call 

J. E. Sprowls, Caterpillar Representative, at Hotel : 
Willard, Tuesday, January 31, between the hours of 
1:00 p. m. ahd 9:00 p. m. if these hours are not 
convenient, send resume to Mr. R. Haarlaw: 


EMPLOYMENT DIVISION ._ 


CATERPILLAR TRACTOR CO. 
Peoria, Illinois 


Bier ei ne, 


TAILOR 
FITTER 


fi ; 
ira work. ADpiy 2 a. a4 B3 $01 reo 


1220 19th St. NW. 


as 

Sat Sed aerets:| abe Si Rabe she 

red. Dai ite. ie rs. “lore rt time rk. at ladies. 

b> Salles eed ee if ‘ me ant. bide. in, Arlington. 2 “en 
"Write i. A Wash. vl 

CLERK. W-hour wk Wl vat te 

train: Tacooting wore pleasant exp. with “childrens ana excel. 

surroundings. ing Pe reese: local refs: eet ta Thurs. and 

time , werk Svaiiable, Lal Lamp & othe Bun day_of; of fe indy for 


sa) iter ‘aortas are 
SECRETARY 

pins and die- 

et working : 


Pe oria cP a 


children. 


drawing account 


Box M, Post T-H 


bust- 


ASSISTANT MANAGER 


recently completed. air-conditioned, 


elevator-type apart- 


and every Wednesday off. 
Reply by letter, stating qualifications and give telephone number 
for interview by appointment. 


WAVERLY TAYLOR, INC. 
CARILLON, HOUSE, 2500 Wisconsin Ave. NW. 


id 


NEAR DUPONT CIRCLE 
Modern Comfortable 


Living Feat You Enjoy 


$60 Single PER MONTH (¢ 


HO. 29100 
$2 DAY | PER . PERSON 


In 

a ~ alto dies 8 rms... ee itt 
nex * maid serv.; 
or bik. off 


suit 


Conn. ave.; 


ALBION . HOTEL 
900 CATHEDRAL ST. 
BALTIMORE 4, MD. 


Weeki ra rates ce at fi baa Por 


vate bath. 
wood or W 
oa 44. 

CHILD CARE 


. Private or 
meals weekly 
r 


wieasty te 


Wh 


ervey Ce Mee 
My: fant: praese Weis fe 
r a to ot 


Nia > ge of 
rm... Step. kit.. 2 bed- 
— og big 


r wnfure.: 31 


ALEX.—Very desirable apt. prt. 
e for gon tienes only. cel- 
neighborhood. 4 conven - 

ce veryihiing furn. 875 mo. 


ly period. | 
<r : ee. bearma. lvoe’ rm ._ kit 


; rpeted Ten 
vummner comfort: rg wth or 
ALL . 


Saba AR! ie utils : 
at eee, 
i m sit a AM Was 


rm. node 
. Aval 
24. JO. 23-2070) 


on tent. ahs 
ransient apts 


a: any. Pent atel IA 
. 0 
6h Pershine 


. incl otis 


: 
| 
' 
| 
inel, vt ' 


A, 2. 
ig 2379 3 


furn. effic. apt modate 2 sly entr.: co >. trams. 
; —3 
Children accepted Ap-| 


| RA. 6-343. 


— 2-vearm utils, farn,: 
dinette, bath. 


2 
3 Gth st AP 
+ en "* 


te a rietbknes 


1 BEDRM —$89 20 


SEPA A 


kit. 4 
} 
"ARL— 


ia—Fu re. 2 pms 
pa, te.) ¢| 


ingle 
_man: conv everything “Li? "7 -53982. 


19TH 8T_ NY m.. kit.. back! 
| 50 


laundry. 
NW. 
pch asme 
ae 


bus 
WAYNE ant ts APTS. 


1 bed 
child we come: $62 


Comb. liv. rm.-bedrm it.. 
$48 mo. incl. utile. Adult. WO 


¢ . pa a 

LY 6-7420 

cheery Rs 

ki ath 

A remy bargain at "Sas 


— 5 
Gaire;, run. water: oe 


16th ST. NW.— 


Living . bedrm.. 
Modecorated 
a ine) 
ST, ' : 
trens.. 1 
’ 
f.. 1401—3 apts 
$60. $65 
Beaut 
, S336—Nice apt. for 2 


7 


Adults nelah 


utils 
- ” 


: car lime n TNs wn _ 
sp a sf. iit iv rm. dinette. 


sduits only 
porch. Adults 


3- 5101 weekdays, ME 

A RD. & 
Smarty decorated and 
modern. for 2 or 3 Ddusin 
ty rm bedrm.. 


NGl ‘ss uTs. oF. pola 
- 


“5. S-BEDRM ~ APTS. 
HOUSE TYPE 
Completely Furnished 


JEFFERSON VILLAGE 
4 ARL, BLVD. FALLS CHURCH 
DAILY § TO 5 SUN. 12 TO 


_JE. 2- $500 
3853 HALLEY TERR. SE 


attractively cow 

kit 
neigh- 
x 


1 -bedroo : 
closets beautifully fur-| i 
$475 HO. 32-6902 


c 
fireplace 3 
utils 
fiet— Well furn 

' hath 


i7 


furn 

WAAC ST ORNICK REAL Est ATE 
RA 53-1147 RA 6-1615 
Fy ST. st.. me 
bath. $49 mo 

~ = . 
pocrane indivi igual dupiex sot dinette 

suse. JF 2-2810 residentia! 
FALLS * THURCH—Donna Lee, | 
> bedrooms: by onth or lease 


children and pets welcome 
7-6660 


23-8573 JA 


] 
Individual 
se 


$95 


apt bide 


ona "atil ities Lea 


2400 § ST. SE., 
301 Modern 
neighborhood Nicely fur- 

rms kit anc § bath 
Call ne ZIGLER. Le 


$65 
deco- 
mw 


neat 


FOGGY BOTTOM | 
NO. 9 SNOW COURT 


SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT 
ctively furnished by me -* 
‘ bh helor Ti- 
+ | “ed. INDEP. AVE. SE., 
Newly 
See mer 


668 
2 rms git a' 
rated Utils. inci 
pt. ¢ 


ST. NE... $79 30 
bide New! 7’ deco 
and tile bath Heat od 
Apt i104 


426 6TH 
a on 
hee Mar 
KEYS AVAILABLE AT 
John F. Donohoe & Sons 
314 PA. AVE. SE. 
LI. 3-0084. 


pe ny ar 
£65 mo LU 
- sis ciency, 


RGETOWN 


it bath 2 
firepl. = firs.. $1 35 utils. 


Ts edroo IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 


= PRESS ave SERVICE 


N—Po 
attractive 
Mi) iss Watson. 


— 
20 All utils 
CHESAPEAKE Tees 
4242 4th oF =r 2-977 
“inde ipeery ie) raliieaieaieatio 
u SHIPLEY PARK 


WN — Very desirable 
i- AND 2-BEDRM ee 
nitown Wa 


$90 ‘te 


dressin rm... 


beth, din. rm 


diiron wr 
+¥ me in 


7860 or oe 


EORGETOWN 
2900 QUE ST. NW 
1-Bedrm. Aot $115 


a Feb. ist) 


2- Bedrm. A $125 


HOTEL 2400 


An Address of Distinction 
| 2400 16th St. NW. | 


or CALL | 
BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED 


SPACIOUS APARTMENTS 


large closets; 

service in-| 
dining room 
private garage ad- 


Attractively furnished 
modern Pullman 
saoes B . ~ bath; bus stop 
oor Apt 
+340 PGonday 
Bernstein Syndicates 
0. 


* ’ 


2 bedrooms. 


Ground level. oriv. entr 
combination. comp! 
utils... Darking area 


kit cocktail jounge. 


joins el. 


Call Mr. Harnett, Gen. Mgr. 
CO. 5-7200 


NE. WALTER ~REED—To 
married couple; clean beaut 
on. vy. rm. bedrm.. kit.. 
all utils. incl. & N 


ath 
° dhitdres 
"RA. 3-4710. 
CLAIRE APTS. 
3715 2nd ST. SE. 


l~ and 2-bedrm. apts.. 
nished 
ce 
thin 
apito 


rm 


k 1. 
Sia: 


rR NW. 
Pleasant car! RS, - 

th kit.. 5 closets. 
ry. Seaut fu excel. cond ' 
ults incl Immed sooupane? 


ALORAMA A aD. NW_ 1965—1 bed- 
ery nicely Tapp ished S87 50 
utlilfies r Uochurch 
5 Kalorama rad. AD. 2-4444 


rn 
me 


om 
fret 
at i9 


rm... liv 


200— Bed 
ttchen. bath. utilities 
59 at 


ree rms. emple 
ist floor og et close to every- 
Can seen anytime. See 

1736—Entire , - 

lst floor ige. rms 

vt. bath: utile; no  eitls 
ARK—Studio room 
jtchen; exce) >» Li 4 
etek PARK AREA—Lee. 2- 
me pus, eee. utils. inc) 


1s18—Downtown 
2 rooms. kitchen and 
inclosed porch; mice.y 
ae — 
ais 


private ath: §& is 
Mapes sence! AVE. Ne! 
A . 


pts.. conv. 
tils 


: prt. entr.: 


THE WOODNER—DBeautiful i-bed-| 
room apts. comnerery b> condi- 
tioned and nice! ’ A. re 

. avellable «a Qs 

$100’ Call rentai oftice hu 


Chillum Terrace 


2-bedroom 


Utill- ern 


air con- 
past 


includes utilities 
optional 
ve. 1. bik 
right on eM. at 
623 Sheridan at 
25 HA %. +3800 


mo 
ditionin 
IR 


110}—4 
“ist é pvt 
at tes ‘ adults 


ee e:| 1701 16th ST. NW. 
=—aitz| 1-Bedrm. Apt $110) 


RM 
r (‘Large foyer. living rm, bedrm.. 
» ou glee i, AD. 4-7649 kit.. tile bath. sun porch). 


- ie <36-—Apt 3: oat | 
or SWITCHBD -MAILDESK 


Well-furnished ap in of 

Washington's most attractive ele-| 

vator apt _—. wa a-fo- Wall car-| 

Grape on-the- gomnsees | 

Feeuuities 0 drus store. ~ et op. | 

sh etc.: inetuio? utilities 

he desk CALL MRS 
T+ 1000, 


N MANOR APTS. 


Attractively furn._ effic., 


= ins ec 


| iil 
FEDE | 


Ke, 
Oven 
Apt. 2 

. 1seo—Nr 

ol. ‘rd. 1 rm. kit. yt. | 

Teh 405 for counie “Su 77-2099 
Of ST. ee mae 


; edrm 
lee wits: $105 faci, 
tils 

$65: 
be RY 


ine! baths 


Sr ; 20 min. “a town. ols. 
adultes. AD. 4-3497 after 2 
B—3 rooms. 
1 fare, couple. 
3204 Otis st. 
1 bedrm., 


fleors : as ) 


good. tr 
iow, at reason 
eereset. | 


r ww 
1 ith 


auto. 


AB. S 3.| 
‘liv 


4 fare: ) pantry. 


bedrm t.-d 
closets: uth one a public 


ities | spe D aetutaeol 


GLASSMANOR 


DAY Fo noe ae eh 


ulpped: ns, 
_- fullss » ‘Thich 
in - 


‘ dults. _ 
.w., A einoeed 
sECTION—2 lovely 2-bedrm 
din t.. utils 


on tatraiee. “gutive 
ac ho : 100, Call 


block Bouth A ww 
Mon -Fri 


Bainray hav 


“| OPEN FOR INSPECTION | 
it | 2-Bedrm. Apt. .... $105) 
Bachelor “yt 


je mon, 


| 1019 15th St. NW. 


. 


850. Bedrm., *, rm. «ki 
agg yi) "soul only. 
eget aise isa at 4 


tractive; conv. 
° 


— an ® PL NW 
utilis Tarn’ 4. Pvt. home. HU ? -85 
CcCOL.—1303 Chilton St. NW. 1 rm 
kit.. bath. $60. Key apt. 3 

+ | COL. —676 ith & a 2 rms, 


i | 2 
wei -bed-livin 
letely redecorat 


*| ARL.—i bedrm.. | 


ae ae TO SHARE 33 
ALEX.—(Praddock Hets.) 10 min. | 
vuas pice resid. sec.. congenial 
}-bedrm. house with 
other 
| dae empl. men to share 
fern conv. location 
J Nelson Ave. After 
2148... 
BL. MN. 1 OE Wilson 
mus Conn & K—le 
2-bedrm 


= OY. 32-2789 _ after 6 
Eas 
Qa weekdays. OV. 3- 
works ae girl. 
CONN. 


G& GIRL will re Frm. apt. with 
another: sep. bedrm.;, 22-25 yrs 
conv. trans.; SE. area. LU. i- 


MATURE girl. share 4-rm. apt. with 


another s. HO 2-6563 _ 
= aye Wishes to share 
4-roo apt. with refined couple 
Rent ‘reasonable DE. 2-4736 
io share NE. du- 
oor: $3750 DE. | 
A 


EAR 13 & C OLUMBIA NW 
to share attractive apart- 

ae th employed lady in co-| 
operative building mst chen opriv.. 
s. AD. 4-3434 

Shoreham 
Share with 
woman 25-35. ' 


ro 


DE a young 
rot Wa WAN. 35 to 35. has torn 
te share with same: TV: as 

5-01.39, eves 
with 

uv. 


single 

23-0784 

Pp iady will share 

apt - 

GIRL to share 2-bedrm.. mod- 
$40. CO. 5-5958._ 

ee girls a mere 6-rTm. 


5 apt 
HO. 
APTS.., bio 36 


ALEXANDRIA, VA. 
4613 DUKE ST. | 


SHIRLEY DUKE 
APARTMENTS 


FREE INFORMATION 
MAILED YOU TODAY 
CALL KI. 8-5100 


Inauire sbout the Attractive 
Furnished Apartment Pian 
Bingie applicants accepted. 


1 Bedroom, $66.00 to $68 00) 
2 Bedrooms, $75.50 to $77.50 
MSR Bt TRE 
Rent Hi c ice wer 7 cave nto 8 B. 
vd 


thru Fri 
at. 8:30 t a 


m 
dice neei— ‘~— rm 
pence, and bath. wr $0- ses. shes 
elec ear shopping and trans- 
portation Tz 5334. 
ALEXANDRIA 


=| QUAKER. | 
LANE 


EXTRA-LARGE 


-Bedroom Apts. 


$105-$110 
All Utilities Included 


_ EN: 
US AND 
ae AT CORNER. | 
ape for Inspection 
Resident Mor., OV. 3- 3467 


1220 QUAKER LAN 
Directions irley hy. to Snir! ing- | 
ton-Parkfai irfes overpass, on 


_1019 15th St. N.W 
“ALEXANDRIA 


BELLE VIEW 


ON MT. VERNON BLVD. 


SCHOOL ON PREMISES | 
Complete Shopping Center 


1 mile south Alex.. 20 from 
downtown. D. C. ca main | 
Navy and 10 min to > Port a, main| 
Resert atmosphere in country elu | 
city conveniences: swim 


including above features ‘s 
the entire area 


|-BEDROOM APT. 
2-BEDRM. APT. $95-$99 
3-BEDRM. APT. $112.50. 


~ALL UTILITIZES INCLUDED 
“PURN APTS. ALSO AVAIL 


Renta! office 601 Belleview pive. 


ANA COSTIA 


| Bxcoptionsliy nice l-bedroom apt. 
now av —s 6 in ou ~ ae new | 
bu convenient Ds 

and t epertation: ore 50 Sncludes 
all utilities. man- 


t. N NA. 8-0580. | 


‘ANACOSTIA 
BEOROOM— "$68. 00 | 
= UTHsties 


turn 

to 

oO BLO KS 
ent 

SMeneser in Apt. 2. or. 

| Senttor” in basement. | 


AN ACOSTIA 


a ResOce fp S.E 
bese taeeer Sat dct a 
t a a ac es 
Includes r all vith “ail Ten , £0. 

4972. 


NAC 
2125 18th Ly SE. 


meee > ath; | 
til. f 4-4217._ 
oP 
rauet floor vd 
. = 
min r 
all govt yides Ad ane. JA. 8-2634 | 
vs 
ARLINGTON. VA. 
Walter Reed Gardens 
2919 13th RD., SOUTH 


1 BEDRM., $79.50 


\2 BEDRMS., $95 


oy iG ALL ent gi 


entities mane Sonette Pike 


parking. 
ry room con 
omned closet 
NEW shee Ft. entee re 
Just Installed 


Pentagon. busi Ay | line vunin” Block 


9to5 Weekdays; Sat., 9 to 12 
JA, 8-422 


OT 4-9410 REALTOR O7 


at “amt 
3 > 
conv ' ping 


ARLINGTON 


1250 N. QUINN ST. 

| Bdrm. . 

. i ae a 
Re: meas 
From 

a. r rieht iver| D 


/ 
v. 


Shane 
1 now. beautifel and spacious 
agg ye room combination. i 
lige. bed . ateust ip nitenep equip- 
: ~_ 


par 
. e 
; Por into call JA. 86-3070 
VT — Semibemt.. B-unit 
. bath. 


a. 
pl nv.) 
2) mo 


shopping ols is 
enmore 8t 


utils. 516 N 
- 3319 
, ree 
—} 


"Nee 
$120, inet. 
$-6377 


cony.: availa ble immed: 
heat and hot “water, JA. 
living rm.. din 
includes ate | 
16th st. JA | 


kitchen 
WY 
8-1028. 


an 

we, Pp, 1310 N 
7-221) 

rooms: 

extra convenient Call for joss 

ment, JA 6660 of JA. 2-3295._ 


ARLI NGTON 
IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE 
liv 


l-bedrm. terrace apt 


Parkinegton 
privileges avall 
utils See Mr 


t Thom 
195, or call ‘SHANNON 
24 14th 8&t NA 


OS. ee 
1 BEDRM.-—$75 


INCLUDING UTILITIES 


1309 N. PIERCE ST. 


ARLINGTON, VA. 


8. ; 


available with 
an 
$-9559 | 


al Brid 


Only 1 spacious apt 
liv. rm... dinette. kit 
RES MOR. JA 


Directions: Over Memor! 
° 


33300, 15th 
Aurora Hills 
APARTMENTS 
DE LUXE GARDEN TYPE 


hoice jooarien for versonnel 
z 


ss. (UD 


luxe kit.. storage locker. parking 
Inspect any time, in mearby Va 


DANIEL E. RAGALIE 
4-9410 


BOLLIN LD AREA 
1 BEDROOM—$69 UP 


SEPARATE DININ ROO 

INCLUDES ALL UTILITIES 
Newly decorate garden apt 
laundry. storage and i-fare us. 


WAYNE TERRACE APTS. 


CONCORD GARDENS 


1 bedrm.. liv. rm. dinette. kit. and 
bath: corner apt.; near churches, 


transp.. shopping: adults: availiable 
R . 


redec.. 3-bedrm 
t-] air-cond 


~ CLARENDON 
3138 N. 10th ST. 
1-bedrm. apt.: in close- in Va.: near 
$69 50 


ail comveniences; only : in- 
ciudes ut = Ww: oe nesttent man- 
37 : 


COLLEGE rai = a '2-bedroom 
3 block to shopping center 
and avesslty of Marvien laun- 
. storage and parking facilities 
so: dept manaees on prem mises. 
462 AP. 7.8405 
CONGHESA H HEIGHTS AREA- ~At- 
wrest ive oom apts 
easonable ren 


Se ae OE — 
NEW LUXURY APTS.! 


Bey RMS... . . $63.25 Up 
4% RMS... . .$75.00 Up 


'FURN. APTS., $81.50 Up 


ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 


Modern gerden apartments. Direct 
bus downtown. convenient to 
schools pte shopping 


CALL RE. 5-8000 


FOR BROCHURE AND 
FURTHER INFORMATION 


GASTRICT HEIGHTS APTS. | 
RENTAL OFFICE 
7812 District Heights Phwy. 
Daur. 2-8. t 9-4. Sun i- 
et CIRCLE AREA—1731 io 
a ms. nd fi tree _& R. Effic 


ay 
ret, reo oaeek only 


RE Cre 


perce spt. bids; newly dec 

bed liv. rm.. kit.. dinette. bath 

also efficiency and 
7-3299. 


{rt eftdio 
$57 Bu" 


wit i mM hower: 
Da jor ap 


kit.: 


—Lee 
shere bath 
NO. 7-2 


2620: eves.. E 


aay rm. din 
$110. pine “Y\" s.} 
adil 1622 | 


stile. 


2900 QUE ST. NW. 
1-Bedrm. Apt. $89 


INCLUDES ALL UTILITIES 
‘ newly decorated 
x neighborhood 

ern Aer 3 > , , mot large 
bus sto doo Apply 
207 a CALL DI. Rithy 

dic 


‘ 


m1 te 

bath “$110. ‘plus “utils 
TENCHER- ere 2 1622 

ise ave. A 
‘Een PARK—Liv. bedrm.. | 
dinette, kit. ath rch. $87. 50. mw, uh 
ate est iyatts ville +: | 
decorated, 1-bedroom ¥ avall-' 
e 
oa 
sie 


newly “dee : 
e 


Apt. 2 
lge 


AP. 7- 
To! (Westover) 


Ssvaqtive 1 bedr 

kitchen and bath: “an ‘utilities 
included except electricity: $69.50. 
ARLEDGE REAL ES TE CORP. 
To alan bivd. Arlington. 
24. F-44485 

NORTHEAST 

1400 HOLBROOK S&T. APT. 1 


NEWLY DECORATED | 


gas heat 


Apt. 


— 
1413 | 


Liv din 
Vac 
3. 
cibrook st. 


B. F. SAUL CO. 

925 15th St. NW NA. sires, 
1 2 and 3 bedrm 
- = dinette. kitchen path ai and 
and 
4296. 
G—j-bedrm. duplex 
$100-$105. pilus utils. — 
ks. of mats Nt Springs 
Phone J 5-7000 : 
Garden Apts. 

A—1i and 2 bedrms.. redec 
schools, shop Children wel- 
come. 2. up. . 4-1100 


da 


West Hyattsville, Md. 


KIRK WOOD 
AEE ATT FO 


$72.50 ete Coe 


us aT i 


inel. a 


| tenant furn 


| Erisite 
TH = 


1 BEDRM. .. .$73.50 


SAMPLE APT. ON DISPLAY 


=. Sveter._ PO - 2 


le. groves, 8 P.M. 
on R 


| ~‘beth. Indv. 


2 BEDRM FROM $81.50 
(Includes All Utilities) 


bid a rm. 
a 
IBAAC PAZORN 


ST. - lge 
and bath; all wtils. ined. 

rooms. 

and apeth. as inci 


"375; f 
4. LINKINS CO. 
= Nn él cmedeee “eitic. ant. 
etaeenatie. $50 incl. utils con 
to t. bides. Call MR. EVAN 


pn Deleware. over. 


sitchen 


dry and Derk 


i wo 
trans. : 
3- 


apt Laund 
NG ST. ~ 
rooms, kit. and bath: conv. 
tis. 7 
D : * - 4— 
Conv. to ne ing 
ortation. Nea LLING 
55 See oe pic. Gill or call ST . 0550, | 
sf. 8. 916 room duplex | 
LU. 4-632 


pt. Adults only Call 
staples: 
apt.. avail $55 per 
own heat and ut tite. 
Apply American Security & Trust 
ts) 6- 
5238—Liv. rm., bed- 


wt. entrance, $65 


— 


rm.. kit. din. 
mont N 
5 , “9 o2a—1- bedrm. apt. 
“on terrace floor of attractive ne 
$89.50 in- 
to 
churches 
See resi- 


echools, 
theater 


living 
porch 


915-—i bedrm.. 
kit. bath, 
MINN. AVE. 3747 
ing rm... dinette, kit 


MINN. AVE. 3759 
ing rm.. dinette, «kit... 


5 
3RD ST. NW.. 4716 
mt rm., dinette, kit.. 
SVOSNE H. PHIFER 
ST. 3- ant | 
. 813—Newls decor 
e Mr 
is EES IRE Sem Se are 
i1?TH ST. SE... 118—Cony Lincoln 
Park car stop, Tem . Capito! 
Navy Vd. $45 Large front room, 


bath Li. 3-6214. 

T NW. 2h86—5. a and é-rm. 
r.| Opie. 70 and $75 mo. JA. 2-949) 
16TH ST. NW.. 1109-—3 rms 

it bath pvt Vie 


16th 


/ ~~. : 
rm 


3 s # 
rm dinette, 
1 bedrm liv- 
, bath, porch, 
1 bedrm 

bath. Ma 


1 bedrm 
bath. porc ch. 


entr Statier| 


zit. eon 

' $90 DE. 2-2685 

ae 918&—Close-in down- 
a 


b 
nee ge rent 
manager remises 


ent 
iti AND COLUMBIA RD. Living 


ISTH ST. SE.. . —i bed 
r living room. dinette. kitchen 
refrigerator and rater 

heat and hot water 
completely redecorated 


A. ah co 
NW 


7. 5489 es 
. 1511—Enelish bemt 
& shower: back porch 
50, utils. inci LU 


furni shed, 
$65 mont 
FRED 


55 TH <T Se... 1466-7 rms 
2. how ave.: very conv 
por r call JO 

Near oor tner g 


e Ry! on a 


26 
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY — 
Attractive 2-bedrm. apt. with large 
living rm.. din. area, modern Kit 
tile bath: close to schools and 
shopping. Desirable SE. iocation 
All pmes included in rent. Oniy 
$92 To gmevect. phone 


barat. l- "bedrm, 
___ SAM ROSEY. AD 4-2700 
ACT NOW! 


A fine 2- BR apt. for only $95 inc! 
su. decorated. containing 
s “cheerful ‘well-lighted i ving room 
twin-s bedrooms. large oo 
and «a "hitehen with a 9-c r 


, SHANNON. A Locks: 
"St, NW. 8-2 
"1227 MO. AVE NW. 


Ant. 3. consisting of liv. rm.. Bed 
t din. kit. and bath. $63. inci 


h. and w Avail. Fed. } 
_CAFRITZ, Dl. 7-9080_ 


IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 
ESS BUS SERVICE 
2-bedr 


pte 
whee 
inci 


EXP 
Spacious i 
cony. Bolling. y SE A Nav 
Sta. $69.50 and up. All utils 


CHESAPEAKE TERRACE 
, at _& oF 2 <iENTE 


NTS 


TYLER GARDENS 


In Heart of Pall 
INDIVIDUAL 2 2. 3- BEDRM IOMES 
large kitchens—ample closets 

fro ans rear entrances 


ont 
waik to sc 
olce of a colors 
laundry facils —outside drving 
-maintained—idea! children 
excel trans. and shopping 


1 Bedrm. 
2 Bedrms. 
3 Bedrms. 


$105 
IsI MODEL APT 

PURNI Py Hes Aprs” AVAILABLE 

a West Broad St 


oo a Cespburg tS Pike 
‘pally dais" 8:30 to Ri 


IN WINTER 


COOL 
IN SUMMER 


2-bedrm. and 1 wesrm a. 2 es . 
bes 


M } of ain 
service: trash ‘and aasbaae pick. “uD | 


close to eneooing . 
12 minutes te downtow 
minutes to Pentagon and — An- 

; beautiful grounds Painting | 
is our hobby 

Washington & Lee Apts 
200 _N. Wayne. Arlington, Va 
“VIN SHADOW OF CAPITOL.” 

NEW MOD. BLDG 

116 N. CAR. AVE. SE 
Effcy. apt. @ $66. Bedrm. @ $70 
Heat incl. 


416 CONST. AVE. NE. 
RESTORED 


tile bath; 
Key at 420 Constitution. 
10 10th ST. NE. #2-——-$80 


6 rms. & bath. Indv. heat & util. 


806 8th ST. NE. #2——$55 
NEWLY DEC. 2 rms. kit., bath 
Indy. heat and util. 


417 18th ST. NE. 
2 rms, kit.. bath 


apt $50 
OPEN 


No. 8—Effc 


INC 


AVE SE. 
BLDG 


Indv 
No. 


3465 MINN 
MOD. APT. 
kit., bath 


ba heat & 
See Mer... 5, 


LU 


4017-4021 ELY PL. SE. 
50 


$52 
NEWLY DEC. DUPLEX BLDO 
rms bath ind, heat 
. Mr, Lewis, 


2 
end 


util LU. 2- 


4213, 


DUPLEX APTS. 
IN ANACOSITA——$49.50 
A Sz. 2 
. Indy. heat and | 
Mr. Godfrey, LU. 


WHITE RESIDENTIAL 
NEIGHBRHD.—$57.50 
427 Mellon ST. SE. 2 rms., kit., 
heat end til. 


2655 41ST ST. NW. #104 
80 


GLOVER PARK. Mod m‘..._8 
rms. kit.. bath. UTIL. CL. 
OPEN. 


1353 gah oo oy SE. #2 


See al 


4 3 
1 BEDRM., $70.15 
tr 


2- Bedrms. from $80.00 The Washington House 


1425—1- bedrm 


furn.. | 


reenter. 


| AT HUNTING CREEK 


#6—$62.50 | 


et 
po : ee | 
Call L 20 
2824 Buena Vista Torrens yw 


"302 ATLANTIC ST. SE. | 


. with dining 
; on ~ re 
sho 


¢ 
$52 50 MO. PLUS UTILS. 
SEE RES, MGR, APT. 32 
246855 


“CONVENIENCE 
& | 
COMFORT | 


10 minutes te downtown. 5 to 
the Pentag and just a short 
distance to Ft. Myer m th you 
one of the most CONVENIENT 
locations anywhere in the area. 

a 


uthern 
Bat. 


ave 
9- 


ive you ever 


rs 


AT 395.00 


Bee Mrs asertle, No. 3. 


JA 
SHANNON & LUCHS 
724 14th St. H.W. NA. 86-2345 
~ 1708 W. VA. AVE. NE. | - 
Act. 3. consisting 
screened = kit. an 


850 Aver’. rear. 
or 1703 


“CAFRITZ, DI 7-9080__ 
Queenstown 
Apartments 


noone, Soead Rd. at Chill um Ra. 
xtra rze. spacious apts win 
sired waite. —~ tra laree eleoets. 
Separate dinette 


2 BEDROOMS FROM 


$83.50 


| BEDRM. FROM $75.50 
(UTILITIES INCLUDED: 
modern shopping . = 


r alkin 
Sareet 


Leieh de . Pp 
windows. ample closets. ; rage 1-BEDROOM APT., $116) 
Conv, churche a —— he Atr Cond. sad Utils In jaded | 
NEAR NAYLOR = 
N PA pgp 
NE B&B M .25-872.00 
Wo 8 $79 80-808 50 
| Inel ee eel and parking 
a: andrews 
ydro, Navy Researe 
downtown: 
Office 2607 
-| gamce ys, 9-7 wkdvs: 
to, 7-7979 
HASTL ETON AP am 
1-Bedrm. Apt. 
2-Bedrm. Apt. 
stpctive, elevator apt 
veniences 
rd 
tilities 
NORMAN BERNST} IN ay, ‘4 | 
yndicates 
2-BEDRMS. REOUCED $85 
piunest new, 
380 Southern: 
ave. ‘at Wheeler rd.) 
WASHINGTON REALTY. RA. 3- 8300 
VIC. NAYLOR RD & 30TH 8ST SE 
1-BEDR) - A , 873 6u 
UTILITIES INCL UDED 
Modern i-bedroom apts. with 3 
bidgs. with home-like atmosphere.| 
Buitable only for adults. Concrete 
and off-street parking. Cross v@ti- 
lation. ample closets oo, trans- | 


Anni a 2120 16th St. NW. 
astel Saeee. senure 
cemesie. Mer. 
OXON TERRACE 
New - ef ony transp 
Bol) 
adjoining 
cognree, 
1701 rele ST. NW. 
In one of Washington's most 
and m 
near —_ rd hops 
Utils inel 
"GOOD HOPE HILLS 
;: BEDR $95 & up 
exposures. in attractive detached 
rear re ample storage space 
portation. shopping facilities 


ey — 


Modern 3-bedrm. apt. suitable for | 
12 Mag jan... 


aduits and children over 


2900 30TH ST. SE., APT. 
1-3300 


1 


LU 


4207 Arkansas Ave. NW. | 
Apt 3: liv. rm.. 2 bedrms.. dinette, 
it bath front porch 

rear porch: $93.50. inci 

hot t Key in Apt 


CAFRITZ—DI. 7-9080 


OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
NEWLY DECORATED 
1-Bedrm. Apts. . . $81.50 


CLUDES ALL UTILITIES 
TERRACE APTS... 3347 23d BT. SE 
See Mrs Klotz. ar. Apt 1. 2O 


“ee 
orman Bernstein Syndicates 


mee sige ged $69.50 
Includes except. elec. 
3300 T ‘Ss bus te downtow express 


OPEN DAILY “TEL 7 
SAT AND SUN. TIL 7 


ENTAL OFFIC 
CHILLU™M 
77-2533 or AP 


Sci + 
in Te cethalte kept b | 


street Cs er 
_3306 NA 
Byres L ere 


88-4972 
367 Child 


REDECORATE 

ress St. N 
Ronn 1-bedroom apt 
bedrm., dinette, kit 


PM 
PM 
RE 
3301 
AP 


with liv 


and _ ne DIRECTIONS: Out 


at Gaccemews Shop- 
ping Center on Chil a 


H. G. SMITHY CO. 
811 15th st. NW ST. 3-3300 
THE BERKSHIRE 
4201 MASS. AVE. NW. 

Air-Conditioned 


; . ea inc) 
WASHINGTON REAL TY RA. 3-8 8300 
1-Bedrm aot available 


siLLOY DS in this desirable bidg 
APTS. All Utilities Are Included 


800 TENN. AVE. ALEX RESIDENT MANAGER. EM. 2.4200 


THESE APART! MENTS MAY BE 
OFF SHIRLEY HIGHWAY | GLEN DAL TO 6 P 
5 Minutes to Pentagon 


ND SUNDAY: PROM NOON TO 
FURNISHED OR UNFURN. °H G SMITHY co 
NEWLY-DECORATED 


Michigan ave 
l rd 


yall 
15th st. aw, ST S 

~ CONN. AVE. AP 
pemedeied —. redecorated: large 

edrm.. living rm., dining pares 
sitchen and bath tile mower and 
tub ew kitchen: elevators anda 
switchboard electricity. furnished 
L . HO. 32-6574 ee 
’ 867 56— Oper 

C-4—-2 rms 


s00n 


811 15th St. __ BT. 3-3300 


‘1 Bedrm.—from $73.50) LONG ‘BRANCH 
2 Bedrms.—from $87.50 APARTMENTS 


ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 
Md 


, pastel decor. cross. 8721 Piney Branch Réd.. Sil. Gp 


| Large poems. 
nthat 


wily Docgrates 
n ze 


Tile 
rtation 
notte THRU 
OV. 950 
ORDWAY GURDENE—Bachr helor apt. 
ving rm bedrm ight 


cooking } ee 


Ordway si 6- 


325 
16] Pacer St. NE. 


consisting of avin rm 
a 


“VERY she Ai 
MODERN 1-BEDRM. APT, 
WITH DINING AREA 
Bi g8” Gas beat. nig wien, Just ff, Minn 
CAFRITZ. ar 7 9080 fast busline hats Naylor 
| 1-BEDROOM—$74.50 
2-BEDROOMS—$84.50 


INCLUDING ALL ore rT iss A CAPRITZ DEVELOPMENT 
GRESS : 


In the City—Single Pare 


mont Center 12 MIN TO DOWNTOWN 
+ wy cut is leenary 
Ror at doo 
10, Congress 8 
8-49 


50) 7 tA 
Sit Decatur SL NW. 


AOMeLATELY REDRCORATED 
ith 1 bedrm.. 


r hs *' ee 2 nat From Nava! Research Lab 


5 From Bolling Field 


$72.50 
$84.50 
ALL UTILS. AND TY ANT. INCL 


furnished. Key AMPLE PARKING 
i . our THY Res. mar OS thos 


5 
off 8. Capitol st. JO 
co $69. ‘$79 GERALDINE APTS. SE! 
For a lovely. almost-ne 


oie ae a ~ | You 4305 WHEELER *e 
itie ciudce ou 
alone control heat so apt.: veca 1-Bedrm. Apt. 68 50 


near sho and transp Piower UTILITIES INCLUDED 
and piney Branch 


athe 
WASHINGTON REALTY. RA. 32-8300 


WATER VIEWS 
SWIMMING POOL 
YACHT HARBOR 

BEAUTIFUL GROUNDS 


HUNTING | 
TOWERS |: 


ON MT. VERNON BLVD. 


32 Large Rms., 
- 4Y2 Large Rms., 


sf... 


dinette 
to pa 
Apt. B-) 


Large rooms, sep 
closet space: close 
JO. 2-4154 See janitor 


. 


NEWLY -PECORATED 
NEAR CAPITOL 


Now available. one-bedroom apart 
ments with living room 
ane bath: heat and hot 
luded in low 
fri gerator inc! 
+ eseee . “in rent 
Or on premise 
602 5 
agcu co 


RB 
25 15th Bi NA. 8-2 


NEWLY DECORATED 
ROOSEVELT GARDENS 
415-427 17TH ST. NE 


2100 


ALEXANDRIA 


Efficiencies .. . .$80-$95| 
1-Bedroom . .$110-$130 


| IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 
RE a oe 
| Fotom MAC Ht TEs an 
Feet, ors Eiithe Mais 
TARIAL SERVICE. BU gS OS | 
TO PENTA GON. NAVY ANNEX 
R WNTOWN WASH- | 


al 
FURN. PLAN AVAILABLE 
MODEL APTS. 


Pirst and second floor apartments 
——_— now end for future oc- 
cupan n this convenientiy locat 
ed bulldine: 2 rooms. kitchen 
nette. bath. screened porehes 

ot water furnished: newly) 
decorated: rents. $57.50 and $58.50 
To in apert ste spatter. rear 419 


17th sk. 4- 450 
BE. SAUL CO. 
925 = st. NW NA. 68-2100 
EFFICIENCY—$55 
1725 17TH ST. NW. Y 
Avallable at once: in quiet 
house: e¢levater bi 


See Mrs 
Webd ae omuee Pa sa. H G 
_BMITHY CO.. invite 


The Grisiiborlar 


Washington's Most 
Exclusive 
Apartment Address 


1, 4301 MASS. AVE. N.W. 
AIR-CONDITIONED 


adult 


9 TO 8 DAILY 


Kl. 6-8464 


OTIS GARDENS 
/ $ OTIS PL. NW. 


| Attra “ah in 
; lov pide. arith fwlichboard 
mel. utlis. Avail. 


a ir7 DI. 7.9080 


| 1 BEDROOM, $57 — Now Available | 
tween 8, 2 BEDRMS.—2 BATHS | 


| 34TH AND CROPFUT 
Redec ante Pvt fron 
EFFICIENCY 


‘Off Minnesota ay 
Key at 3432 
™ P°BEDROO Tore) ¥ is 


and C sts.’ 
ope goer erences 
ABE CALL 
Resident | ne EM. 3-174] 


H. G. SMITHY CO. 
$11 15th St. N 


CLAREMONT 
LOCATION—VALUE 


Soa 2 BR. $89.50 


(Incl. all Util. Except Elec.) | Be 
Newly | 


more ns. piayeres ner | 
| «Bete oe 


| 2733 S, WALTER REED OR. 
toff et) 

ARLINGTON JA. 2.5003 

WEEKDAYS 96-8 SUNDAY 11-8 


luxe 
a ky 


1-7772 


BARCROFT 


| 4200 Bik. Columbia Pike | 
' 


Arlington, Virginia 
(VIC. conn. PIKE AND 


Navy 
to 


' 

A as 

aikinge distance 
opping. etc. 


sree eed 


Fal are available few | 


5 ro 
Annex and w 


Arlington Hall 


piece 


: mes 
1 BEORM.—$80 
mana FESS At 


Conveni 


tly located «araces «at 
\reasonad desired. 


rates if 


o 


36 THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Saturday, January 28, 1956 


| BEDROOM $77 50 
Completely Tedecorated,” Ina 
t tw "Ainumpton 


hve Mest | 


“uichals 
ae 


9429, MA. 8-497, 


Lee- Albemarle 
Apartments 


‘Tic. GLEBE RD AND LEE HWY 
2- Coereens Aot.—$95 
bs ene tpesiifies: 


At 


oe ot ed JA. 4-1900 


CARCHMONT 
GARDENS 


So Prederick St. at Columbia Pike 
l-. 2+ and 3-bedroom unite of large 
rooms, Many closets. cross ventila- 
tion playgrounds. ienie arene: 
laundry Bt pen» and many 
extras. Immaculate. hook 
and stores nearby 


1-, 2- and 3-Bedrm 


other 
buses | 


| 
Efficiency, | 
Units—$65 Up | 
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 
’ 
ALSO SOME FURN. APTS. | 
Resident Mor., JA. 7-0300 


LARCHMONT REALTY, INC 


$80, INCL. UTILS. 


Modern - 1 apt.: liv. rm. 
‘ , ath l-bedroom apt 
ee and 
conv. bus schools 
i . c se we ave. Hill- 
Fy Md 


JO 4900 
MARLBORO. ‘GARDENS 


BEDROOM—NORTHEAST 
ST 


I 


APT $49 50 


3, 511 FRANKLIN 


dinette. bath 
heat; vacant 


kitchen 
h. gas 


SAUL 
NW 


Living rm 
screened por 
key at Apt 


co 
925 15th St NA 


68-2100 


NOTHING FINER 


GREENWAY 


A CAPRITZ DEVELOPMENT 
DE LUXE 
32-RM. APTS., FROM $67 


OFFICE OPEN MON. THROUGH 
SAT 4 PM 
OR BY APPOINTMENT 

539 A ST. GE LU. 23-5250 


~ IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 
FREEWAY APTS. 
2514 K ST. NW. 


ares modern effi “rer” 
id 


individual heating “and air- 
conditioning controls in each room 
. Carpeted corridors 

See janitor on prem. 

PE. 93-9528. 


THE 
CHALFONTE 


(near Co. 

-hour switchboard 

} coorman; apts 
beautifully decorated 


We Are Not New But | 
Charming and Dignified 


Efficiencies 


Large Rooms. Dini ne Area 
Some With Porch 
¥ Mr Reaves. AD + 8700 


MODERN—NW .—$65 


pevi ng room. bedroom electric 
dinette and bath: lovely 
oo rooms: ciose to all transpor- 
tat -- stores, etc.: heat and h. w 
included. Apply HR <r 


219 UPSH 


WASHINGTON REALTY RA : -8300 


1-BEDRM. $59.50 


811 BARNABY ST. SE 
Rent allowance on lease Very } 


* JO. }-0295. | NA $4 


Gracious ae 


IN AN ATMOSPHERE 
FOUND ONLY AT 


The Woodner 
EFFICIENCIES 
& 2-BEDRM. APTS 
AIR-CONDITIONED 
NOW AVAILABLE 


Beautiful lobbies. 


rvi 
master TV 


® may drive 
rt ity by wary 
of the park within 8 min- 
utes 


To Live at “The Woodner” 
is to Enjoy Life 

RENT AL 
M 


5 A 
and Bun 


The Woodner 


3636 16TH ST 
33-5600 AD 4-5557 


OP FICE ort N 
TO M 


DAIL¥ 
oA MtwéP M 


NW 
HU 


SOUTHERN 
HILLS 


HIGH LOCATION | 
300 LIVINGSTON TERR. SE | 
} 


Seed fous 1 end 2 bedr apart- 
a ae it for comfortable liv- 


closets off-street 
parking: ”. tare ouprese bus serv- 
and 


— schools churches 
iii with. FULL 
PRICE RANGE_$65 To $92 | 
UTILITIES INCLUDED 

JO. 3-6797 


hal 


}-4400 


Convenient to | 


Naval Gun Factory 
“1659 IN W ct - 


1659 


Bt HA 50 | 


: 


| space, ineinerator. 
and storage facilities 
Dp ‘ 


i CA 
AGER TERRACE 


AGER RD AND OGL ag AN ST 
WEST HYATTSVILLE 


LOWEST RENT IN AREA 


1 BEDRM.—$69.50 
2 BEDRMS.—$81 


ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 
Chetce he sabes! opposite, ou 
shopping 
ae at Oclethorpe st 
6 Dp. ™ ave 
tern left 
ave. rig 


Mich. to er + 
i oF f Pa {fom Yas 
ONLY ONE LEFT 


located 
bedrm. 


Por Vi ' wise nisisions 


I ar Wamsley, JO. 93-4442, 
- LOCEs 724 14th 


and ball bath avai 


- ° 
Semect at ay Mrs Price, 


fo. ts om st. 


dinette, “cr 


roll 


| Dir 


65 M ST_NW. 


apt. in well-kept. 


clean 
Side downto near 
nion Station “an Bibiey 


1 BEDROOM—$47.50 
2 BEDROOM—$55 


Janitor on Premises. Will Show. 


nH. GO. SMITHY : 
iT i FIRST ratte we 


oom. 1 bedroom. kitches 
—~ tale decorated. Jan- 


$57 50. PER MONTH 
| 131-133 WEBSTER ST. NW, 
Living room. bedroom. kitchen and 
ae = eee decorated Janitor 

$63.00 PER MONTH 
207 MISSISSIPPI AVE. SE. 
Living room. bedroom kitchen and 
bath newly decorated See resie 


cent manager, Apt. 207 Miss. 
ave. se 


$62.00 PER MONTH 
H. L. RUST COMPANY 


1001 15th St. NW. NA &-8100. 


$55 PER MO. 


3509 AMES ST. NE 
Apt. 104. Newly decorated. Liv. 
ine roo 
bath 
nished 
transportation nearby 


APPLY RESIDENCE MANAG 
In Ap R Pion 35 a5 AMES ot Sy 
a oe 


$ ‘RR 
investment Bids 


Attrac 
$Seunit 
PO 


shi! 


Chillum Terrace 


Large modern neéreom RL 
tnel — utilitie \ 
i Gi rm... “a 


, 


juxe *, iaeoe 
antenna ample 
conditionimge on- 


ave bik. past 


10 MINUTES 
FROM THE CAPITOL 
SEE MODERN SUBURBAN 


GLASSMANOR 


EFFICIENCY 


AND BED- 
Pinuvish ED AND 


‘oft 4600 
Mon. thru 


9 am. +4 


Office gie eiathsee st 


block 
8 Dm.: Sat... 


Pr! a: ~ 
p.m 7-8100 


eo? 

INQUIRE AT 

LYON VILLAGE APTS. 

Havin rm Ry stichen dinette 
50 rms 


rm $105 
mple closets. storage pe. 


Am ClO8e 
to sheppin ne: 5 mins. drive to Pen 
ta 1) mi 


to Ker Bridge Vu. 
lud 
YON PROPERTIES 
=) Lee Hwy Arington va. 
JA 70 -06 
JA. 5. te ® 


ites j 


2700 Connecticut Ave. 


ACROSS FROM THE SHERATON 
PARK HOTEL 


and apart. 
bright 
rpbage cise 


an b 
Mrs. Swickert, 


Efficiency 


See 


2828 


CONN. AVE. 
BRAND-NEW 
AIR-CONDITIONED 
LUXURY APTS. 


PEATURINOG 


Individual Room Controls 
r Cooling and Heating 
Auto Dish washers and Disposals 
li Cu Ft Refrig. with preeses Top 
Eve-Leve!l Oven and Bulit- nee 
aster Le 
Richly Ca 
Secretarial 
PARKING AVAILABLE 


A Few Choice |-Bedrm. Apts, 
Available For Imm. Occ. 


Finest location in the city. only & 
minutes fr the downtown busi- 
ia express buses 


RES. MOR. AT BLDO 


CAFRITZ 


MANAGEMENT 


l4th and K NW DI. 71-9080 
Hot -rl. 2-BEDRM. APT 


Pirs floor. 2-bedroom apt 


master TV 


$91 of INCL. UTILS 
es JO. 14-3450 


04 
4000 LIVINGSTON RD ‘SE 
woe: | Our oe Capit ol et 


to SiocKks 10 
Li vi vingston right to ad- 


19th ST. NW. 

‘ag eg i ae 
irm ay 

w Ci aay a and down= 

elevator and aewik 
ont of only $76 ‘per 
Cal rs. Hobbs. AD. 2-7594, 
or H.G SMITHY CO. ST. 3-3300. 
CON RIVERSIDE location. 3 rms. 

and b Imm 


R 


ra 


ona 


4 
REAL 

136 BROOKSIDE 
NO. ARLINGTON 


mo. i 


DR 
VA 


Beautifully decorated 2-bedrm du- 
plex; lg rm., «it.. bath PLUS 
desirable haber room Immecu- 
late condition 
OPEN SAT. & SUN., 1-5 
Out Arlington bdbivd rt. on 
Pershing left on Washington 
bivd. rt. on Brookside. Call Mrs 
Dixon of 
AMES DIXON co 
7200 
MARLENE APTS: 
84608 FLOWER AVE 
TAKOMA PARK 
r-condti 
; 
xe elevator 
hopping 


; " 
cilities Uti 


OR KEY LING- 
Pocus She . PACING THE IWO 
MA NUMENT 


ARLINGTON 
TOWERS 


WNTOWN 
[RE PENTAG on. 


USH HOUR BUS sini 


Gracious suburoas aot os 
d ~ dren p.ay 


MINUTES 


9 TO 
WASHINGTON 


: secr ret 
elevators. 

et! tien Beautify ] 
bou offices available 


EFFICIENCIES—$80-$92.50 
IMMED, OCCUP. AT $85 
1-BEDRM.—$102.50-$145 
IMMED. OCCUP. AT $110 


DAY AND EVENING 


INSPECTION 
_JAckson S- 2500 — 


TYROLL | 
HILLS 


5 MinOTEs PROM PENTAGON 


“Cheerful & Nice’ 
You'll Love Tyroll Hills 
| Delightful newly deco- 
rated modern apt., 21x15 


living room. 
1-B.R. Apts. from $79.50 


2-B.R. Apts. from $89.50 
ALL UTILITIES 


NEW 
1 BEDRM. 


"OFFICE OPEN DA SEER 


3 aaa 


“Gontinued om Following Pace 


on @ze . 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Saturday, day, January 28, 1956 epi 


UNFURNISHED 36 APTS., UNF 


325 FRANKLIN ST. NE. 


Ee & Feet 


7 101 Bellevue Terrace SE. 


Laree 1-bedrm 


16 i ST. NW. 
ies: in eae 
CAFRITZ, Di. 7- 


CUT-CUT APTS 


apt.. omple close 
' “iaiuhd ry teelitttes 


$64 Mo utils. allowance) 


" 0 M NW., 6 rme 
Bee render paws, |) SAM ROSEY, AD. 4-2700 


SUBURBAN LIVING 


Ten Minutes from Downtown Wash. & Alexandria, 


INFORMATION 
CONTACT. ve FOR FREE BROCHURE 


OR 
VISIT OUR MODEL APT 
1 & 2 BEDROOM SIMPLEX APTS. 


BRADDOCK LEE 
BRADLEE TOWERS 


(COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED) 
2 & 3-BEDROOM DUPLEX APTS. 
ALSO FURNISHED APTS. 


SPACIOUS ROOMS LARGE CLOSETS, DE LUXE 

KITCHENS GARBAGE DISPOSALS, EXHAUST FANS 
FREEZER-TOP REFRIGERATORS, FREE STORAGE 

FACILITIES. ADJ. TO SCHOOLS, CHURCHES AND 

SHOPPING CENTERS. 

FPREE EXCLUSIVE SWIMMING POOL 

recret that we are unabdle to accept dogs 

Office Open Dai ly 9-6. ge 9-12 

Model Apt. Open Sat. & Sun., 12°36-5 

KING 6T., ALEXANDRIA, vA. King %8-0600 


Va. 


’ 


We 


IN THE DISTRICT——SINGLE FARE 


“RIGGS PLAZA 


A NEW CAFRITZ DEVELOPMENT 
In The Choice Riggs Park Area 
OFF SOUTH DAKOTA AVE. AND GALLOWAY 8T. 


SUPER DE LUXE GARDEN APTS. 


FEATURING 
KITCHEN 


Pies 
| 


= > 


wor POC 
WAI 


K-1N 
COLOR- STYLED KITCHENS 
I mi . REFRIGERATOR 
WIT? REEZER TOP 
CHIL. DREN'S PLAYGROUNDS 
AIR CONDITIONING OUTLETS 
INCINERATOR ON ALL 
FLOORS 


1 BEDROOM APTS. 
2 BEDROOM APTS. 


RENT INCLUDES GAS. HEAT AND HOT WA 

NOW RENTING FOR IMMEDIATE 
AND FUTURE OCCUPANCY 
RENTAL OFFICE—5130 4TH BT... NE 

11 AM. to 6 P.M... Mon. to Gat. 6 AM 


EXHAUST FANS 
NT 


DING 
PARKING AREAS 


EXCELLENT SHOPPING AND | 
SCHOOLS 


FROM $ 79.50 
FROM $102.00 


Open Sun te « PM. 


WILLSTON NORTH APTS. 
RENTAL OFFICE 
6601 Arlington Blvd. 
One block past shopping center on right 
NOW AVAILABLE 
One Bedrodm From $73.50 
Two Bedrooms From $88.00 
‘ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED) 
Large shopping center adjoins apartments 


elementary School Adjacent. Others Nearby 


project: (WYV&M 1-H: 1-F 
to D. C. and Pentecen 


Rusiine 
sh 


CAN 38 ED 
50 an ueilities i ed luded—auito 
ry. 


| 2-Bedroom Apt —$92.00 | 


CONGRESSIONAL, ——_ 


a= mpletely soumsees 


avon sport es through 
] h 


ive a —d 
PLEASE CALL RESIDENT MOR 
JE. 2-1613 
5.6:20 PM. Daily——Noon to 5°30 on Sundays 
H. G. SMITHY COMPANY 


NW 


Hours 


Gil 15th st ST. 3-3300 


Washington’s Most 
Complete Suburban Community 


| BEDROOM 
$73.50 


(Utilities Included) 


2 complete shopping centers 


And new Lansburgh’s dept. store 


LANGLEY PARK APTS. 


8201 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE. 
1 Block North of University Lane 


SPACIOUS APTS., ALL DOUBLE EXPOSURES WITH 
CROSS VENTILATION. GRADE SCHOOLS AND BUS 
ON PROJECT. (FURNISHED SAMPLE APTS. FOR 
YOUR INSPECTION.) 


OPEN 
SATURDAY 9 AM-7 PM. SUNDAY 1-7 P.M 
OFFICES: 8201 “NEW "HAMPSHIRE AVE. AND 
1402 UNIVERSITY LANE 


RESIDENT MANAGER, HE. 4-3200 


H. G. SMITHY CO. 


Sil 18th St N.W. ST. 3-3300 


QUIET AND CONVENIENT 
LOVELY RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD 
3333 10th PLACE SE. 


$75.00 
$89.50 


1 Bedroom 
2 Bedrooms re 
INCLUDES UTILITIES 
Garden type Apartment s With Scenic Surropudings Yet Close te 
urches, Schools and Transportation 
CORNER APT IMMACULATELY MAINTAINED 
PACIOUS CLOSETS KORY PACIL TITIES 


& 
INCINERATOR 
NO PARKING PROBLEMS 


left about 


JO. 


Nichols ave. to Alabama ave 
10th place to address 


DIRECTIONS: Out 
5 blocks to 10th place. down 


Resident Manager Apt. 101 


LIGHTWOOD GARDENS 
South Capitol and-Chesapeake Sts. 


NEWLY DECORATED 1-BEDROOM APT, 
ONLY $69.50 
INCLUDES UTILITIES! 


Large. clean laundry réome. 
Ample storage space 


\% bleck to snesoing center 
Bus at corne 


Minutes to Bolling Air Field and Navy Receiving Station. 
Live in Tree-Shaped Surroundings, Convenient to Everything. 
RESIDENT MANAGER APT. 1] 


32 CHESAPEAKE ST. S.W. 
JO. 1-2186 


ROSEMARY APTS. 


Reserve Your 1, 2 or 3 Bdrm. Apt. Now 
Immediate Occupancy 
(Furn. Apts. Also Avail.) 
Swimming and Wading Pools 
#cnic Tables Fenced Play Areas 
Bar-B-Q Pits Merry-go-round 


ALL INCLUDED IN RENTAL 


CALL JU. 8-1170 or JU. 8-4313 


1999 East West Highway. Sliver Spring. M4. 
WRITE OR PHONE FOR FREE BROCHURES 


| 
| 


APTS , UNFURNISHED 36! 


THE 
SAXONY 


1801 Clydesdale Pi. N.W, 
(Bide entrance from 
Adams Ra.) 


. 
: 
36 


WILTSHIRE CRESCENT 
3801 CONN. AVE. 


De Luxe 
Efficiency-—$78.50-$90 
RENTALS INCL. ALL UTIL. 


Individually c¢ontrolied heat-air 
goad tiontng Cony to transporta- 
tien and opping. 


atta on OR ries See 2-8116 


DIR.: Drive out 16th te Colum- 
turn hd he ae ee. 


to Onta rd.. 
;. <4 Clydes ti | 
4.| 


esident = 


UNIVERSITY 
FILLS 
Shon 


hgh eB 
OF 
17223" 
i 


INTNG Ur Ww 
oom 
windows 


loors 


EFFIC. APT., $71.50 


2 ’ 
Ontario ra. 2 bik 
one right on Clydesdale to bul 


| 


ARLES §£. 6M 


living CHA 
806 15th st. NW 


r 
1" poomre, 3-2646 


1868 
COLUMBIA RD. NW, 


MOST CONVENIENT LOCATION 
NEW 


INCLUDING ALL UTILITIES 
Also furnished i-bedroom apt 


BROCHURE SENT ON REQUEST 
RENTAL OFFICE OPEN DAILY 


3424 TULANE DRIVE 
HA. 2-7799 


Completely Air-Conditioned 


' 

| 
LARGE EFFICIENCIES FROM $90) 
(SPACIOUS DRESSING ROOMS) 


1-Bedroom Aots., from $115 
SOUNDPROOP. FIREPROOP 


NEAR INS Ie gd 


home- 
areas 
n closets. 
undry fa- 
self-service élevators: 
desk service 
ESIDENT MANAGER 

DE _2-8767 


equipped 
dining 


to ~~ Reauti fully 


rtla 
H 
nw 


janitor 
B11 35th st 


QUINCY 
MANOR 


Cheverly, Md 
Excel. Transp. and Shopping 


_ SERVICE 
PERSONNEL 


| ONT 3 MINUTES TO PENTAGON OR 
PITOL HILL BY BUS OR CA 


’ 
’ 


| Lovely Lewn, Trees and Flowers 


tn 
to 


development 
ew + ge 


Pinest suburban 
Washington ares. 


shops. scheme an 
furnished tashio 


c huarch - 
nabliy furnished 
2-bed. 


UTILITIES NOT INCLUDED 


3- posure ee nents 
distinguished surroundings 


RES. MANAGER ON PREMISES 
amsbure manner From 


Quiet 
im th 


75 per nant 


PRESIDENTIAL 
GARDENS 


Mt. Vernon Ave. & paseen Rd. 
Alexandria. 
Call TE 6-4400 for direct: ons 
and appointm 
ice Open 
Prom 8:30 a. m. to "Midnight 


LEE GARDENS 


COMMUNITY OF APARTMENT HOMES 


Cross on Sw By hw 

suensee turn rie@eht i P wit. Yo “eneh 
ect. 15 mins. over parkway to 
For“ Meade 


RENTAL OFFICE OPEN 
DAILY INCLUDING SAT. AND SUN 
PHONE AP 17-6611 


new 


SMITH 
ST. 3-2646 


CHAS 
805 15th &t 


E 
NW 


| 


WE HAVE A FEW DBSIRABLE APARTMENTS AVAILABLE FOR 
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. 


1 BEDRM, APT, 
2 BEDRM., APT, 


All Utilities Included 


Adtacent to Port Mver. moments from the Pentagon and Navy 
Annex. just 6 minutes to the heart of downtown Washington. 


DIRECTIONS 
ton Boulevard. 
then one-half 
at head of street 


Across Lincein Memorial Brides. follow Arling- 
turn right et sien to Clarendon at Reute 27° 
blo t entrance. Office jocated on circie 


‘oil 7:30 
ni 5 00 
‘til 5:00 


Daily Hours 9 
Saturday 


Sunday 


Apply Office, 701 No. Wayne St. 


Arlington, Va. 
Rental Mgr. JA. 5-6546 
Office JA. 5-6986 


! 


cc 


BRENTWOOD VILLAGE 


1311 RHODE ISLAND AVE. N.E. 


GARDEN APARTMENTS 
AVAILABLE 


20 Minutes to Downtown—Direct 
Single Fare Route 


1-Bedrm. Apts. from $65 
2-Bedrm. Apts. from $82.50 


Also Furnished 2-Bedrm. Apts 


c 


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 


16-5 


Real Value for Your Money 


2 BEDROOMS, $78.50 i 


(Rent Includes All tanita 


CHILLUM HEIGHTS 


APARTMENTS 
(WEST HYATTSVILLE) 
Y% Mile to D. C. Line 


(Between Riggs and Queers Chapel Rds.) 


SCHOOL PROBLEMS? 


PUBLIC AND PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS 
ADJOIN THESE 
NEWLY DECORATED APARTMENTS 


FURNISHED SAMPLE APARTMENT 


RENTAL OFFICE ON PREMISES 
1520 CHILLUM RD... HYATTSVILLE. MD. 
Phone WA. 7-3948, WA. 7-6745 


OPEN DAILY AND WEEKENDS ‘TIL 8 P.M. 


DIRECTIONS: From D. C. out Michigan ave (Queens Chapel 


1-4539 


ré.}, left at Chillum rd. to project. OR, out Riggs rd. te Chil- 
lum rd. right to project 


H. G. SMITHY COMPANY 


~KRROUNGHNG THE OPENING ~ 
SHIRLEY PARK 
APARTMENTS 


SPACIOUS, DE LUXE GARDEN-TYPE 
APARTMENTS PRICED AT: 

ONE BEDROOM .... 

TWO BEDROOMS ...ccccsecccqee 97.50 

THREE: BEDROOMS 117.50 


Includes Utilities Except Electricity 
AS: Hot-Water Heat 
Rooms Individual Storage poctere 
ross Ventilation 
J Seoene 
ped Rs 
ter a Auteone 
Vonatien Blinds 
Wired for Air Sreditionine 


No More than 
of Stairs in Any Bullding 
EXCLUSIVE 
Bright, Efficient, Completely Equipped 
Kitchen With Disposal and Refrigerator, Steel 
Cabinets, Gas and §Exhaust Fan. 


FOR THE CHILDREN 


3. nvenient Benches 
4 Fenced Piaygrounds 
(safety styled) 


CONVENIENT TO 


ST. 3-3300 


| 


79.50 


Off -the- Street 

rking 
Automatic Washers and find 
a Service 
me With Private Entrances 


. Sond Be 
. Biides —~ Swings 


School Bus Routes 
Shopping Churches 
Only Two Miles From Pentagon 
ie Deas sage ng 9 AM, to 7 PM, 

ie Donna , on Premises 
1400 28th St OTis 4-7671 


: +. Shirley anos A to Giebe Roed, 
os geht seord Oat gins Meade Street, left to 26th Street. 


M. T. BROYHI LL & SONS CORP. 


4624 LEE HIGHWAY 4-1300 


APTS., 36 
fron. 

Children and Pets Welcome 
2B,_3-8573 


Ah. BB. 


SECY. & piv eG paves 


Dominion Giedene 
3800 MILAN DR. , 
____ [OFF SHIRLEY HIGHWAY 


| | Bedrm. 


3-Bedroom Apt.—$90.00 Bown Tat 


; "Os28. 
co 


| Deiween @ an 
Directions: Half mile Rady. | Feoge ' 124 \OTH STREET NW, 


H 
Sil 15th St 


COL. 
path: 


8-74 
COL. 
kit. 


ot: ne every st. ne ee 


DONNA LEE 
1 and 2 Bedrooms 


Tops in Convenience 
JA.__7-6660 

1415 TUCKERMAN ST. 
api tn 
ar fh be inet. 
724 


air- 
ae: 


-bedroom. 


| 
COMMANDER APTS. 


NEW DE LUXE 


AIR-CONDITIONED 
BUILDING 


WALK DOWNTOWN 
1225 13TH ST. NW. 
EFFICIENCY 


$80-$85 
INCLUDING UTILITIES 
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY 


| 


T 


Ce 


e 


OPEN 9 A M 


INQUIRE DESK r 


—_— — — ee 


ALEX 


ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 


CONVENIENT TO SCHOOLS 
CHURCHES. TRANSPORTATION | 


' 
OFFICE HRS. 39-5 MON. THRU 
FRI. 9:30 TO 4 BATURDAY 


4305 or OV. 3-3337 
N LOCATION — 7? 
E 
man 


ath; heat furan Call 
e trt rm apie 
Call Li. 6-0108 


«Bie ae Bane 


; 
; 


Li. ie 
or settied co 


4 


Convenient Downtown Location 


Redecorated, New Refrigerators 


EFFICIENCY —$56.50 . 
(UTILITIES IFPCLUDED: 
ES MGR... AD. 2-2185. OR 
G. SMITHY Co 
NW ST. 3-3300 | 


R 


COLORED 
1436 W ST. NW. 


Three rooms, kitchen and 


APTS., 


SN aed 


BOULEVARD APTS. 


LU 


COL 38 - 10 M st ok 


ad 


Tru 


BEAUTIFUL MODERN 


a3 


$73-$76 oF 
‘2 Bedrm., $8875-$91.75 2 tnomas Circle Nw 


rt 


3% 


Open Mon. to Gat. 9 AM 
Bu PM. 


MONTH FREE RENT 


SS. mst. 


COLORED 


-CLOSEST-IN 
NEW APARTMENTS 


bath. full ngee. 
178 pers month | 
| 


Brick. em. bedrms. 
ment 


nicely Knotty | ping 


| ROBERT K. 


| Cal 
; 


-BEDROOM—$70 MO. 


TENANTS C ARuPtILY SELRRTED 
DEPOSI 


both i tnished and un- 
furnished posses for rent. in this 
us for in tion 


WO. 6: 


“;Dw oe J 
any Gon, Are ’ 
N 
a fe D4 sg BRS 


urnished, 
N 


ONN., 
bedrms.. 
bath. kit., foyer, 
mirrored qreslaces 


140 hPOLwoeTE AVE. NE. alif rapeies. c 
R ' incl 

jns ct. vhone Mr. Brook. a 

8700 or | at office. é 

eth Benning Rd ne 

L.. 621 Elliott st. ne. 2 r ., kit. 

are bat utils.: 1 or 2 "children 

I 4-07 


NOY -bedroom 
i Sal, BOSS & PHELPS. INC. 


° 
Cc 
= 


pts — 


| 
; 4 | 
heat, LL ools, 
—d PMs. ~~ path: utils. 
le 2 


utils 
a rd se— 1 
conv 


e Mr Nowitn at od?! 


. AD 
kit. 875. inc! , eee Coles. 
rd. 20 


$68: 
ver ything 


ist &. 87 
spect call ‘American Security & We 
st_Co.. BT. 23-6000 


Colored $59 


washer 


) ed AP. | 


auto. (washer, OF fener, g Bi 
deep fr eete: garage; good terms to 
aduit, Provestant famil will) 
board owner: eneept. ++ ae, neigh- 


642 7 
IN sILveg 
rep 
see enditiogins. magreened | 


| Brick bungalow 
rch, completely furn.. tnc! geen 
reeze. $150 per mo. Call ‘t 
wee ROBERT . 


PARKLANDS | fatten or 


NEW CAFPRITZ DEVELOPMENT ~ 
MOAMENOLE PARE Bos Apain, Xbedrm. brick. JE 4-0585 
GLE PARE BU ——a-bedrm. rambler, full bamt. | 


In close 4 ae apt. 


358 mo vip rs 
PTS ES 
ie NA REAL Te | eRe 


RE. 7-353 


» Cen~-' 


: 


A! —Tau xemont. 3 ae | 
, laree yard: nr. sc -| 


Bae sa 


tached brick, simest aoe 


“Best Rent Buy in Town” 
LUXURY APTS. 


RMS.——-$68 AND $70 
¥2 RMS.—$81.75 & $84.50 
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 


. ‘Pit AVED PY piled sy, 


LOTS AL 

SHOP No O CES BR AND 
SCHOOL RIGHT AT PROJECT 
RENTAL OFFICE J0. 2-2990 


toe PM. 


.* 


rm Brick SF! cond. 


Jencéd 74.3 $85. aaa 


“ALEXARDE 
WARWICK VILLAGE 


3-bedrm. homes. $115 mo.: 
rounds, individual bemt 
manours Sonsee 7 er. refri¢.. 
bage aupene 

service 


| | 


mn. 12 to 6 


COLORED, 

2006 1/th Sf. 

bedrm.. including heat 

utilities. Call H G. Sm 


2 
$50 plus 
ithy Co 

COLORED—$60 ts 
DE LUXE 1 BEDROOM APTS. 


haa seed 37 50 


C SE P.§ SE 
wer Fake YOU IN > R CAR 
SAM ROSEY, AD, 4-2700 
AT Bye Gt. NE. 2 rms. kit 
utils; 86 n ‘ 
re 


5 


Col 
Beautify _one- barm. a 
' 42nd ”. 
LU. 


ha. 4251 
is. kit. and bath. Re- 

{ined employed couple, AD. 2-4918 

ot 4th end Buchanan NW 


1 
kit se corner apt.. couple. 4 
Utilities $34" TU. 2-5096 
COL.. 11 Rock Creek Church rd.—2 
_ and bath. AA. 4-4093 


‘OLORED. “$201 Central Ave BE! 
a, * Benning Rd —Mod 

ath. damt 

S., a % all Sts ls. Key 
0 A St. SE 


Directions 


Attrac 
1019 15th St 


One-bedroom apts 


shopping ea _ by: 9 min 7 
to ankagen. © oem 9 to daily in. | 
cluding 


Mt Vernon Ave. , Kennedy 8t 


CEXANDRIA (G7 oyeton ) | bed- 
rooms. modern kiteh bath - 
ix Va. aed x occupancy, 4 

rm 


Bedrms., $87.50-$89.50) pedrms. > ige 


ba 
kit.. full bamt. Co 4. 
UTIL ITIES INCLUDED bus. _gnureh. Eon, shops: schools 
' new 


“Jaundrry OR<. 


COLORED 
NEWLY REMODELED 
200 55th ST. NE. 


A 


with 
and 


> h ettractive . 
ched. over-| 


' 


. teht kit i 


convenient 
SnOpPing and transportation 


Immediate Occupancy 
RES. MGR., APT. 12 


LU 3-187 
ag East Capitol at 
Sth : ten. ste 2 procs 


1-BEDROOM, "$65 50 
INCLUDING ALL UTILITIES 

apt.; in mod. bBidg.: conv 
© shops and wens Apply Apt. 6. 


—Huntington a 


ery Pe entagon or Belvoir 


AL xis iatlagion. - » ros 


4932 Nash st 


DREYFUSS BRO 
NW NA 8-0582 Al 


008 KANSAS AVE. NW 


with screened 
d 


al 3-bedrm. bricks. im 
gy oval 
rm... $i 1 


rm.| Gas heat 
7 4507 Texas Ave. SE., 


AD 
1033 21ST ST. NW. 
COMPLETELY REMODELED 
| APT. LEFT-—-$69.50 


See Janitor. Apt. 104 
CAFRITZ, DI. 7-9080 


| Avail 
re during day by calling” "xk 


AR NO « a@). to grade school — 
n. to downtown "Wash or r Penta 


4 


‘3 INCLUDES Heat 


COLORED—NE 
Owner. 
1-BEDROOM $70 
ond Hot Water 
Bladensburg Rd nd 
comp! letely redecorated in 
-kept bid« pee manager in 


102 NA 86-4972 


A everal 
desirable 2- and t bedrm. houses | 


ent 
at CEDAR Aakn 
nept 
most comfortable 
at #$72.50- 


con venient 
NW 


See Res Mr. Kili 
ME. 84-6423 oF ‘gHANNON « RY 
NA 2345 


124 14th St. ne : 

OL. APT. BLDG.—Nr yA 

Prt. 1 rm. apt. 1 BA 
A. 9-6880 


South 
nr. 10th & conn. 


| ut Ope 

in apt. I pEDERAL RENTAL 
ats "few York Ave 
tary a a 


" ben 3 Be ps “4 
— e8 i Unit 


above-averate size rooms, 
end bath. back porch send 


ey 
Co. 


“rms. 
block. 
: 


and priv. bath. 


6 14th = 
vator apt 


| 
H 


Du 

ome st hve No. 2. $45 00 
. ath 

504 - St ‘SW. No. 3, $54.50 


in No 
1626 Indep. Ave SE., No 


115 mo DE 


Cot. —SPECIAL, $60 


ase new rm... ee ang 
a., redec.t refrig. J- 
: e 


i Ht 
sections '$35- 
or TU. 2-4 


; 
kit.. | 


$57. 86 “ee "}-3083 
3 eres tes ’ 
dinette. | 
automatic laun- 

mn base coe range and 
frigerator in apartment 


R A. SMITH 
1113 i7th St. NW 


cornea nnn.) HUNTWOOD APTS. | 
ch rd nw RA. 3-65 558 | 


= fMS., Sac heat, bemt 


zit. 
| COL 1013) ech at bath” Sey 
COLORED 
v163 03 © oUREET SE 


} 
2 Toms 


col... 
Livt | 
and ba “bath. Ne New! y 
$72 50 PER MONTH 
2298 17TH STREET NW. 
room. i-bedroom, kitchen 
: qin Newly cecorated.. Jan 


77°50 PER MONTH 


iH L. RUST COMPANY 


1001 15th Street NW. NA. 8-8100 


LORED 
FOR IMMED, OCCUPANCY 
| 1-2-3 BEDRM. APTS. & FLATS 
NE.-NW.-SE.-SOUTH 
$57 50 


: 


: sae ea: 
dLO 


IMMED. OCCUPANCY | 


Attractive apartm 
NE. section. 


y Ce., 


cilities 
other fine features 


yrom fevy Yard sities 
follow Good Ho 


4 
at 


724 
oe 


rooms, 
bids 


u Li 
KEYS AVAILABLE 


~ COL 
ONE MONTH FREE RENT 
bed 
bath. 


$65. plus otil. 
ans._KA. 8 


New, moder 
Cepenenes: close to shopping 


Uy artes 9 Janitor | Mod. Weelne apt. lee 


ba $60 mo. child accept. 8T 


NET rms. 
bath: ne  ehildren: 
"| gas rms. kit ‘  wa- 
ter he . ane o Pe _ 


in 
7372 for equity 
cada). 


COLORED 


YOU 


can ~ wenéertyi 
uvVine 


i 5800 Lee hwy.. KE. 
asi Roxon Redecorated. 2-bed-| 

. ]-dat ouse; vacant: brick. 

detached, close-in. $115. Call Mr 
Domer, SA Pag aid No. 2 Du-'| 
apart- 4. ' 
~. — deeo- 

larze room 

schools? 2 bedrm 


fenced yard. Asking $125 
gy DUNKLEY, 


sarden comenunity ms. ~~ 
MAR- 
Realtor 


Ti 
ample BETRESDA- CHEVY CHASE—4 best 
uee—i1) Small estate area resi- 


private parking plus many 
40: (4) $150 ‘te $180. 
st ) Midas. ALLIED REAL homes. OL. 6-8600. 
right 3 blocks to 1425 Cecar aE TRESDA—< bedrooms. 2 baths: 2 
rrp cH RISTMAN. INC 


SHANNON & LUCHS | soc WAS ‘SPECIAL ists 
4th Bt. NW. NA. 8.2345 8 
Celestial 


6-292) | 


| room. kitchen. 
ihk: kitchen and 


th: bot 
: 


m. semi. 
» maid's rm.. 
COLORED ety and wood 


1704 Gales St. NE., 
$60.00 


$145 a mo. 
No. 1 “ Nea 
aves. 3-bed 


Vv 
and Western 
c » _ Ol30. ead! 


home 


9 rms. kit beth. Indv 
eat & util Kev at 1706 N i 
302 Childress St. NE. $52 50 | 


lex, arype-. rit. beth. Indy. gas 


. nt or ease 
urchase An older home on 
marge le lot. Close to schools, shops| } 
w O11 hot. 
vine for a large 
50 a mont 
4-667 | 


Util fam $1 
NORTHW EST REALTY. OL 
; =e, ' 


ine 


gibler 


rms. kit bath Util. incl. Key 


$60.00 


a in fenced cack yard. $165 
4671 
bath 


heat & COLLEGE. PK.. 3008” sath or 2 
ls 


AT . OXD. attic, trees; 


n +. Donohoe & Sons 


314 he AVE 6E 
Li. 53-0084 


ORED — 


rms. kit.. Indv 


; , 


a. a 
rent or 
TEM PLETON KNOLLS—3 bpdrms.. 
oemt.. br. huge w/fen. rd. Move in 
ue gas eat, range, refrig. 
ay 
kit.. 


q- fi 
ERDALE—<4 rms. 6b 
lot. shade: $85. pur 

rm.. ax) 
bus and shopping | 3-bedroom brick rambler. “All on | 
“cal we will arr renee) corner jot: all-GE kitchen: wash 
oa dryer, dishwshr., pene 5 =retri 

“— formica, etc.; ul 
Sat vin _ 14323. on te 


with raised meee “On cone rand 
newly | guwowbaton: Mb _ = 48th 
ous. ave Gatnck 


427 60th ST. NE bam 
option 


rm ay dinette. 
1 bik 


4921 JAY | 
nm de 


. NE 
luxe apts; 


"fy “BEDROOM—$71. 
rms. liv. 


INCLUDING A ev. iiss 
wv 9157 © . lel te | rm. and kit basement. 
. prt. ay, & heat, ae yard, $110 per mo 


vos ies 4° 
BROS. 


= rod 

7 

w 

in Fa Cn 
it. nd | orah dr 

we yammies, 

7 ‘hoale. shopping copter and | 

ge. kit ee trans 7-7 

FALLS CHURCH | 
Choice suburban location lose to) 
stores A ae and schools All newly 
rat 


013 Weetiez Bg * POPLAR | 
GHTS—3-bed ram-| 
bier. all-electric kitchens meine | 


— 


ro 


' 


P. APTS., SALE 


NO 
pacio 


Busual ylue wi 


e 
urban living: 


LIVING 


On a Luxurious Scale 
Minimum of Expense 


ving ve. alle 


Burry. we 
purrs: we 
"eo 
to gts 
a—h 
or ja 88s 


(2) 601 Meridian lane—2- bedroom 
rambler for the small family 
Pull sodded level jot ff sirens 

parking. Safe for chil ren. $95. 


Prairi A! on the Ar- 


Eee prick 
utility costs, $100 


(3) 6990 irfax 


saan 


ip a co and 
gh 


room “prick 


ionial, se ‘pore. f 


. ve conv. 
| ping. 
e 


| ims 


| | SILVER ‘SPRING—Brick rambler, 


SPRING — 5-rm.| 5; 


Ww 


equip. RA 


160 GA AO 
Inst itute of Health: 3-bedrm Cape 


Le CRONARD. DE. i) ver Spring, 


cou. 
yar ‘4 


| Brightwood, 6- = drk.. 
3 porch bsm 


| telephone ~~ 
| jots aoe stree 


| wood 
air sendiion ne 


acant, mewly dec. 
4 bedrms, bamt., fireplace, porch, | 
e, WA. 7 


——| rms.,| 
ae coms baths. det, by 


ouse and garage 
spericen Security 
2 bedrms. and fu 
4 


Mor co Y  Komamaioee Mie after 


eo ae 


yh 


; +e) che “0901 


| “aa | pst 
Avaliable now. 3-bedrm in 


a WESTMONT 
house with furn + Wag “apt. 


Dike 
to schools, + and shop- | 
$125. Open iat Sun. and | 


ping center with ample rking 

2 stores available; ¢k- 

cellent location on main thor - 
. MENGH & 


“ot up 


firp ri 
PO. 34398. iJ 
. 401—Near  —— 
. end! 


vy baths, Ot Arep 


7 


ROCERY or delica- 
fanit 735 

| WASHING- 

G CORP.. 931 Hat. 


OVER MOSS. Es 
1800 Square Ft. 


| on SPACE 


In Ultramodern 
Cleveland House 
2725 23th ST. NW 
‘Just Off Calvert St. and 
Clevet Ave.) 


an 
is by calling Busada JO. 


MD.. Tid Forest 

3-bedrm rambler, 1% 
ae basement. «as, .3 

rio! $135 rr = "7% TL | 


with fireplace, kitch 
bath; 

and sh 

R 


rm. 
(th, 
transp 
-bedrm. brick 

gs 2 = baths. 2-car garage, 
basement. 1! ee to £76.30 | 
and ROBE oral on. skine ' 


¢ store and coffee shee 
4 _dblocks 


many other apt bdulldinegs. 


mie Contact J. C. Blake of 
eoorees | ‘ot Bemidetaches (CHAS E ot 4.  apact NW. 
rms 


. Sg A, Housiw "6 us we 


' not Rl e” 
71-8300 SAE at , Rent 50 


ENBROO RIVE. Tete. Silver 
Gprine—3 bedrms. and bath. rec-| Commercial Storage 
Ry the Sa. Ft or by the Item 
pace Also avelianl 


hy oe oy ae a a 
mo nsp 
Office 
“‘gecurity "ne Trust | 
Kane arehouse Co. 
brick. 
tile _* th. WAREHOUSE SALE $1 
ove ot 
_ TU, 2-8563, i-story brick and co pene, 
ce ret N.E. Approx. 7000 sq. ft. Bide aller. 
sho 
.—Vacant ? rm 
nr. all schoo INDUSTRIAL 
60.500 «a. ft. a. industrial greund: 
Ariington Co ll ' 


rms. 2 
bemt. | 
mo 


6 spac 
shower. 


r ho 
tile ba th. 
$115 


Doe weer furn 


kite , 
Heat. 


conditien.| 
brick. 2 


American 
8 -6 


Stanie 


os 


PL. 
2 baths. ras ‘heat: 


~ 1846—F150 | 

; 
seice geatals ia. a alt fections. tfuek $3 rear Will consider lease. 
5 


det 
aoe brick INDUSTRIAL PROPE 


—WNewly déc.! 
.2 2 baths, living rm... din- 


“path brick. full ‘ - mercial “ei S0-t¢ front ot of Baie 
nd shops: gute. 62s heat. Bivd. J. 


. Tas f a aba SUSINESS Seo Tuntties ss 


’ a) ala 
4. Silver Spring, 4 ‘SAnnEn @ — 
bath AMT 
$175 per aie te ° ag Prince ‘Sr ederick. Ma. 
American Security & BEAU y 
4-4 equi. Ma shoppin 
bus Ww 
CHE 


for ren wit ait 
daylight tile ‘ea r; excel. 


-Wash pkw 


if 


L ER—} bedrms.. 
: = _Baito 


. s A male 
Watt | female, who can cashier. por omall 
ony. to Nat restaurant, venture that Is @ nat- 
ura 


é busy iy, Mitre 
FASHION CREA OR 


Nationally known yt Be 
desianer Cesires partner W 
amount of 

custom taliorin 
business. Excellent background i 
this country and abroa 
money-making proposition. Box 


M-335 TUE 

FIXTURES FREE 
Se & 10c: $6000 stock. $3000 fae 
tures. all for §5950 if sold t 


fireplace. oak plank floors 


wae me ~ panel- 
awe 


-W eal On 
Ak pletely 


es te” renal 
ckerman St. NW. 


redec. semidet Co 
suite. coat 
. =  * 2nd 

w. heat 


rent Br ds mo 
NW. ST. 3-300 


— 


floo 
attached car. 
ey ut S17 


8)) 


308 N. Car. Ave. SE., $62.50 


Row brick 6 rms. & bath. Coal 


heat 
209-2092 €E St. NE. 


Each, $57.50 | 
Remodeled 5S rms and bath.'G 
$85.00 

m. din. rm 
2 ggome. Base 
127 Ferrata ‘St. SW, $79.50 | 


Brick ay rm rm.. kit.. 2 
pecruse bath =. Stove Gas 


"523 oe St. SE., $67.50 
rms oes bath 
m 810 

1320 Potomac an SE.. $75.00 
6 rms. end bath. Gas heat Util 
r Stove and i. 

Roomin House 

WHITE NEIGHBORHOOD 
1809 Lamont St. NW 
epee. pedrms.. 3 baths, liv 
in 


kit pantry 2 
laces rt ove and refrie. Ot) heat 
facant 1. 

John F. Donohoe & "Sons 
314 PA a nok 6.E. 
NOW AVAILABLE — 
FALLS CHURCH AREA 
We now have several 2 and 3 bed- 


room homes availiable in Falls 
Church area; $95-$185 


information call 7-9853. 
mod GROCER Y aT OR a a por- 
Gas| Chased another business and want 
my small 
t hours and cheap rent. 
45 


——iéi? 4 at. 
ood two-person operation. 
retiring and nis quic 

Coal all - 


Good public and sattchess Se oole “"*;. 


shat ice aT ATION for Jeane. 
on Routes 522 gad 

ern 

wy 

“STATION FOR CEASE™ 


$4500 
New 


rm we 
fire 


cccupancs. 
KEYS AVAILABLE 


' Laceted in Hyatteville. 
vired for investment. 
cility, Call TA 
SERVICE STATION. estad- 
lished business. Complete stock 

equipment on main highwar. 
sel) 7 ar re- 


. ION FOR LEASE 
ash. Capital 

Ca ine 
n- 

Box_ 648 Post-TH. 


DIO—Sales & service. shoo, 
1 estab. Low rent. Terme. 

ooo. 9-12 noop 
CORNER ROCERY- ~With living 
| @uarters ked and equip 
Golden entation husband 
and wife Location has excellent 
prospects investment. 
1039 7th st. ne 
WANTED—Conditional Sales  Pi- 
mnancing for Appliances, retail. 
Even consider recourse. Write Box 
M-317. Post T H 


BUS. OPP. OUT-OF- 
lot 


BEA YY sSA 
Va —All mod 
Write 0 

aa atl TO LOAN 


JE. 2-1450 


bedroom 
10 


Arfax Realty, Inc., 


NEW RICK HO OMES 
ta a a 

Peey 23 Riverdale. Ma 
ford AP AP. 

La aa | 


Moder 2-sto 


shingle house. 6 4 
round. gas heat. reas. ponte Call 
= ee ya sea Reed Hos Ttal, 505 

Fern place nw. 5-room brick, s| 
heat: $100. Call Th 56-4763 «a ter 


3 

ae wee aos 

Mod. 10-vear-o ouses: © - 

neat: reas. rent. Inquire 801 3d at 
3- ee 


EX. 
N.E.—<6 “path. lee 
shop. cen- 


onv te —_ an 


on small 


ine iness. 


D 
L's ths, | 
as hwt. det. ga- 


REAL isTATE re 


‘REF 
mo ayments, By 
Boll's 


Maryland ave ne la 
bemt A-1 condition: 
Incuire at Mass 


—_ 


sw. 
bathe. 2 
automatic 


om — Lee. 
kitchens, 
ofl ! 


‘brick pouse y 
w) 


pada "* RENT 
vy Cu -- ay rospects 
he , Call nome 


4% MORTGAG! 
« homes: all 


he 


rms of insu 
ai 


tALTY,. 3 Bite nt i ing 
oans, fina 
8P CIAL © NY with small familg, refinancing homes: aventic 
1 servant desires nicely furn.| 20-yr. pi MR ‘SMITH. OL. 
I 
salnenens. Will take 
per mo. Preferred areas r 
. Mass wr and Cleveland Park. | 
BLAy GC. ARNOLD oe USA! NEED MONEY? We loan, mone 
— | real estate in D. C. & Va. 
Tre considering the Atel | quick. prompt and courteous 
{ your property in the ts ails| ice Call Mr 
meren. Pairfax Co. area, ease 
free to call or write for full 
information Se our rental Mane a 
ment serv! 
| Bia “4, sale "Shute Oe 


RE. 7- 
ve. & D, sD TRUST 


~ RR 
ing. edditions. Pons MP , - 


A 
911 NEW YORK ave. Nw. 


ST. 3-1612 
R. E. LOANS WA qi 


673 eat 


Increase Your — 
t rout. conte copett Call 


OFFICE, DESK SPACE, Rent a6 i % 


“eagh Bit od serv 


ker & 
fir, 


tion be: . mand Ring 
ne entrance: air con-| TRUS rg gi oe A 
dition @tarial se 
2 parking 


oo typing Pon 


ee Own a Baatnens | 
and : 
HAVE clients with sjeia 
R 


th oe. overhead 
mo . 1127 tein 
Sh. 


‘BEATHE B 


NT 
ee 


Approx 


tp — WEI. 
ve f3i cash; no commis- 
ft o 
apace saiebaat | 
mgr Ka at eee 


* tas Al ~—y¥ - 
a. Washin ie ay ee 
onan s and {luo rescent lightin 

ev 


r 
ele or. char and’ Jjenitor service. SALE, NV 


ble immedia 


fe Vina 


fae 6 


in Yast 12 mi. from Rn 
-arewing pe 


ae i nate ee 


Simms, cL: %: 6517 


SALE. 0.¢.. HOUSES 64 
ALABAMA AVE. SE. 


— ~~ brick. 
Fenced. 4 
Revleve: reat 7. on = 
ine. Ww ; isa" 


th ba nd-| 
all Colonial: ree liv.. rm. | 
= pecies kitchen. din 


2 x 
& 73); a Oo. OD. 6-9302 
AMERICAN U. PARK 


Let's Not Be Catty 
BUT 


+ Peale. TA. 9-3940. 
COLORED—BRENTWOOD NE. 


UN 


out 
owner will 


_*- 
aculately a in » a 
Ean anc aly saad 


$750 DOWN 


RE. 7- vac al Be 4-3422 


ee 


e xe. 
CHATEL REALTORS. DE. 2-1137 


new, 4-bedrm., split- 
itehen so beautiful 
thet i will make your friends 
trample their mink etoles in envy, 
rinedale. Sat. or Sun., 

; t Maes. ave. to 45th 
right to a. a 9 thee, to 
Palion, EM 30, oF 


if rou want s 
level with a & 


M. 2-2216 
MERRYFIELD & WOODS 


AMERIC ll ocd PARK —An 
ent on of fine homes 


Pric " “te | KEL 7.9900 
EALTY BROKERS. _ . Realtors, | 


AMERICAN UNIV. PK 


Oniy $18,950 Sor this attractive 
brick Colonial in this popular and 
convenient ood bedrms 
and bath plus © at jer 
Ist 
artially 


and merits 

B. WRIGHT, 

BRIARCLIFF —Sprine Valery. area 

New ; bedroom i dat 

spilt ie r 0 

thedral wi nd ow 

“Kk to down’ 
a 


hoa 


ac} 
end Sun ] EM. 2- 

MERRYF 1B. D -- WOoOobs 
nit apt 
.-car 
SUSIE 
5: eves 


CAPITOL m2 . 

; x3 
age pat io 
* ‘ATWOOD. A 6-837 


de ated 
7 LEAL TY CoO 
s EM. 2 2- 7840 


)?* a 
Oo ood financing 


REALTY co 
Ee OL. 6-5950 
CHEVY CHASE 

$17,500 


Aetacnh 


SPACIOUS 
Ae tee'tes I 


sareas, Prien wea CORP. 
KE 7.1807 DAY OR NIGHT 


THEVY CHASE 
Colonia Larae 


s up 
2 ver earane 
tortie Fl JA 
‘aa 


Prine ax vit LAGE 


low 


ux yrious Tee 
7.500 


ruaranteer 
HUMPHRIFS. 2 
on 


Peat 


FOGGY ‘BOTTOM. 
pari ma 


N 
roof 


_ WO. 6-6889 


FOGGY BOTTOM 
THE AREA WITHA 
FUTURE 


2419 EYE ST. NW 


rms i batb An “Suealiont 
at $22.500 


829 22ND ST. NW 


t e that 
investment 
‘ aed 


‘« 


C 4 
moniniy pe; 


r if 
$22 .000 


835 26TH ST. NW. 


Here 
oma) 
spac 
dining area 
bath. Only 


2639 EYE ST. NW. 


with an 
couldn t 


n 


’ 
af 


ie m@m as for wormenn?) 
ire < 


— on 
appointed 3 
"For sale oF jease 


ist floor and 
bedrm 


Mist om 24. 


2635 EYE ST. NW. 


r prize unremodeied 

ft ie with & Dem 

= a block that ts Deing com 

pletely restored 

aon or 
| Rhea 


ae it 


aree 


Rt 

Radin. ‘ 

Woodward & No 
“GEORGETOWN 
3310 N ST. NW 


putnent Federal 


int form™ vat! ion 


orris 
NW 


exce) 


Lat 34 oF DE 2. 


GLOVER PARK 
244) 39TH ST NW 


OPEN SUN . a 5 

NDER $20 

VAC ART READY TO MOVE IN 
bedrms.. 2 baths. recreation 

2 ‘tnelosed porches. wa.l- 

| carpetin 


scons 
to-wal 


2451 39TH PL. N.W. 


9 bedrms. tile bath with 
shower wing r 

den kitchen 
icely Anishe 


wllt-in garag 
GEORGETOWN 
3210 N ST. NW 

1ST COMMERCIAL 


wank shoo 


recreation room, 


Tdeal location 


rooms 


P : iow nh 
"A appointment eniy. Call Mrs 
rpe 


CALL NO. 7-2705_OR. OL 
JOS. M. WISE, REAL 


1332 Wisconsin Ave 


ck: 11 rooms. 


isTH ST xw 
dh 


ba ls arses. 
IA RES r 
detachec bric 


THOM. 6 


Ov 


"TOR 


; 
2 23383. 


en 


COLORED TRINIDAD AREA NE. 
$495 ON. pe APTS. 


Lovely Colonial brick. consisting of 


WALTER REED AREA 


Det. brick. Peneed corner lot over- 
lookine Roe Creek Pr. st @r.: 


of BG. Sait, ett ee] 


2 complete apts. full bemt., ges 
h., excellent jocation, Live 


in one, rent the other. 
ST. 3-3626 TU. 2-599! 5091) 


. owar. rm. din. 
sp.. .@ Reeser 
FF. mA > 


-W 
Eves. 


Colored—Attention 
13TH & FLORIDA AVE. NE. 


4 
| ONLY $150 DN. | 
FRONT PORCH 
6 LARGE ROOMS 
FULL BASEMENT 
Hot-Water Heater, Oil 
Excellent Condition 
Act Fast, Call Owner, 
EX. 3- 8440 or TU. = 1820) 


COL G.I. appraisal: Wick! 
by ait oy semen 

“Os, de entrance 
porch 

x~- 

- Dus-) 


2a 
SERNSTEIN iteod 


G 
9-room dwelling 
an 


OPEN | TODAY 


e683 saEDow 


EEE mane 


ST. NW 
Len Wis and one 
}-bri 


in : 
finest churches, 
iransportation in D 
$32.950-834.950 
Mass. ave. to 45th 
ign Bedewick s.. 


To reach? Out 
st.. right. | block 
right te ” a” 
& 
3315 Connecticut. fla, 
brick 


eB. 2-200) 


ho ise 


to “evalified a! 
for this luxurious 6-Tm 
mirrored wall tn eins os 
luxe ae nee 
lass-inciose 
baonenees — 


Ly pm Ransom. | 2 


sqpenty Bie ried 


Exclu 
__ JAMES _L “DIRON & -.... 
2206 


“oO” ST. NW 
OPEN SAT. & SUN. 1 till dark 


Tewn house Mm a@ Neet ekecwsive 
residential area. vet convenient to 
downtown and cluts Under $25.- 
000. Reception hall, living room 
dining room, Kitchen and pantry, 
five bedrooms. two baths Facili- 
ties for a servant Execlient air- 
flowing furnace 
CO 


paneled rec 

trance man) 

duced To me. ‘call 
D <8 


. WORED—VACANT 
CAPITOL VIEW 
$195 DN.—$95 PER MO 
Lovely 5S-rm. brick: semidet full 


hamt. gas a-c. heat; nice yards 
very clean; payments inc lude taxes 
and : Cal 


-al, RE 6353: eves 
and Sunda y. 4.5040 
COLOR 


SOUTHEAST | 
$195DOWN | 
com olese one-bedrm 


‘til 9 Dp. m 


JAMES L. DIXON ‘ 
ST__3-7200 


2-UNIT PT. 


waves ave Semidet 
fir iv m ‘* . 
2d fir liv. | 


LEO M "BERNSTEIN CO. | 


CO. 55-3533. 5 
TEAR ALABAMA AVE.—. ew Lh 
shed 3-bedrm. rambler. full day- 
eat. GE kitchen 
to move in. Hart- 
LU 4-3400 


2-9290 
apts. $125 
Benning rd past 
Nr ork 

orm '> 
wee der bedrm 


am BLITZ CO... days. 


Cate: ‘eH UPPER NORTHEAST 
395 DOWN—$90 MO 


basement 


BRICK; 


home 
nr 


aro fer and 


“er a 


" MEZZANOTTE 
[060 or (eves) 


vara 
pe. 27-6286: eves LU 
353-1453 ; on - - 
EOLORED—G!I—$250 DOWN 
5- ROOM. Seer HED RRICK 
| FO NT HILLS 
us 
CoO 
rm windows 
wonderfu 
: block | 
schools nearby 
in your own 


conventional 

condition 
aylor Realty Co., 
U. 53-1453 


OWNER SELLING 
Bee th iia one 


DE. 2-6286; ev -. _ 
COLORED 


UPPER NW. 


Modern French row brick. Ist 
rm corner TeeD NSS. 
we)! eaulDd 
sunny bedcrm 
MB sy 
een 


5-roo 
Cod 


m 1's-bath. Cape. 
with beaut ifully finished rec- 
reation fr Finished a erway 
to attic with room lor 2 

and bath Near Andrews 
and Census 


Field | 


* 

rm 
yard 
must sell 


™ 
saraat On ner 


CIRTIE M. TURNER 


-831 


"1728 P ST. NW 


14 Tul vacant NA 


a 


900 GEORGIA AVE. TU. 2 


COLORED 


1200 JACKSON ST 


bat 
9-7622 


HOME AND INCOME 


DETACHED. arranged as 
nis: 7 rooms 

lots With garage 
PS 
excellent 


a a 
orhood to ! L. ane > bath 
pemng d-e Vacant and ready Possession 
$1000 CABH REQUIRED 
10 “TIL DARK | 
1352 Nichols Ave a 
phone 7-8837 


RI 
$92 a4 aD Head Highway & = 
—14 y" ar. st 
$195 lo $89.50 Mo 
Vacant Brick 6 taree rooms 


-¥ h cement front porch. | 
larwe yard. Call ME. 8-6580. any- 
time 


STEIN BROS. 
_7-3000: eves. oF Sun. 
COLORED— N 
100 Bik. Ingraham St. NW 
English-style Colonial brick Ravi 
mms... dath mas 
rm 


hea’ 


————————— 


COLORED — 


3410 13th 
paroms ve brick 


COL.— VACANT— NE 


GI—$56 MO. 


$10.600—8550 DOWN 
8E 


. 


{ ac 
8: oS 950 on conven pent terms For 
siis phone HOH AN tad BROS | 
DONAHUE. LI "000 


n ; 


i eit 
an 


de E} 
LUM M WIN 2. 
SEMIDETACHED BRICK 
Froe Properties, Builders 
701 424 2-4980 


“CO BRIGHTWOOD 


Choice semidetached brick home 
+ bedrooms. 2 tiled baths. powder 
room. 2 glassed emclesed porches 


built-in garage $16.950. $2000 


eer FRED EHRLICH | 


14th st Nyy 


Immacu. ate mocere 
try ' conc 
porch Neonvenient transp 


SINDLER R’ eal Ty Y CO BHO 53-1257 
COLORED 
Colonial Detached Brick— 
$16,950 
S01 ODEN 1 Ti ‘sae ay 
ing room. dining room, &! chen 
with breakfast area. 3 bedroome 
and 2 ®D 1s p. Rec. room and 
bath Direct ons: Out st. 39 
turn right on Sheridan st. to open 


JGLLES & SENNETT CO. 
DL. Ages Se wd 3312. 


830 COEOTEESBURY PL. NW. 
$13.500-— DOWN 
6 rooms. 1*> baths. rec. rm.. 
and rear concrete, porehes: 
ing distance to all 
pater ERS REALTY ae 
iO. T- 7323. 


NO 
*A5LORED-VACANT ~ 
2 BROTHERS 
2 SISTERS 
OR 2 FRIENDS 
3013-3011 7th St. NE. 
OPEN SUN., | TO 6 


2 lovely brick homes. } 
tached. 6 ana LL rms.. earaae 
pi nee: 0 h.- 

cation 
Aust ER to 


ED EHRLICH 


14TH ST 
6.x 


: arage: 


Li 


Grand a H+. ,ories front 


porcn 
BAUCOM REALTOR 
NA. 8-1260. Eyes. RA. 3-2003 
COLORED-——-VACANT 
WO. CAPITOL & CRITTENDEN | 
ONLY $995 DOWN | 
THE BARGAI® OF THE YEAR?! 
Just listed today: 6 ae | poems | 


recreation 
= orens eeu condit ion 


rec. rm 


601 34RD D ST BRICK 


200! J RD S 
Grand corner wrick, 
ter 


BAUCOM REALTOR 


NA  8-1260 Eves RA 2003 


NO MONEY DOWN = 


LORD GI a) TRU ED 


fire- 
1012 
APTE 


cy 9268 


TRANSFERRED | 


3 DAYS TO SELL 
I must leave in Who wants) 


we ; 3 days ate 
ay i 

Mission: Cal 2 
Yor lovely semide- 


' 17 Years 
itche 


20-Ft 

3730 oe 

COULD Be itn "= 
rm™.. 


Liv . 
ti bo w Saar 
ard with owers 

taxes 


ine). and 


A. HUMPHRIES 


OLORED—SEE THIS 
OPEN SUN. TO 6 
720 OGLETHORPE ST. NW. 


Attractive 7-Tm. 


| 


nh, frecrea- 


| €o 

OPEN , 1 
6014 2NDS 

| Sore geous detached brick home 
firepiace.. huge yard immed. poss. 


| .BAUCOM. R REALTOR 
3-2003. 
COLORED $295 DOWN orated. 


UPPER BRIGHT WOOD—-VACANT } 

No tricks-—it’s suet Sem Geos oes 
brick’ econerete fron C 
tached garage full ie 

heat: newly yous. only $12 "550 
small moe. paymen \ bik. from 
bus and schools Cail i 8 p.m 
MEE 8-6575. A oars cen ‘ 
SLORED 


HOME PLUS “BUSINESS | 


aT FX MMERCIAL 
PEN UN 5S 


3926 14TH ST. NW. 


Gr and first commercial property 
dea eee =e oe" rieal, 
ere 


RB AUICOM REALTOR 


NA §-1260. Eves RA 3- 2003. 


fireplace, 3 double bedrms 


Call 


CA 
EX + 4113. Eves. LO. aerr 


“COLOR 
VETERAN APPROVED 
811 New Hampshire Ave. NW. 


Only $300 Dn. 
Open Sun., | to 4 


You simply have 9 act 
this beautiful 
front and rear porches, 
heat oll, 

redecorated 

er. EX. 3-4470 or TU 


—_—_—- 


2-1 


] yar nice . 
In brand. new condition 


—_ we. rs 
Nartmse oe ealtr, Inc. LU. 4- 3400 
LD. 2-5976. 


fenced. 
ABIL 


This anaes 


ists 


is ome @ 


y lies ~ 
garace, front porch. pa 


48 BUCHANAN ST. NE 
uxe saree brick home 
nicely deco rm.. concrete 
fenced porch 5 a. 
c r rs] ra) apito 
$806 R £ 


EB Inglewood. Md.—$80_ dn 
this 2-bedrm. det. rambier 
front oorch: ol] heat 
spacious jot. 
tet! pe REALTY O.. 
ST. 3-9433 q- 


CORED E95 1 


ot. 


ipeloged porches 
gas heat. gas — 
{rigerator, alam 
window included: 

tog» TO “wn: 
all ef Does 


4 be 
d lot. 


NON os 


oh congue 


1655: eves. 
RA 


col ORE Urs NORTHWEST 
DOWN PAYMENT 
Detached. v. rms 


—~Vacant 


liv.-din. rm 


cant. 8 bemt..| = with tabdle 


2 ditchens. garage. near | 
6- 


eo sane. eS a RA 


"CO LORED—VACANT | | 


426 Nicholson St. 


7 


CO. 8 u08e TIL 9 PM. | 


Se "tence tetas 
boo WANTED, to BUY 65) 


emide- | 


semi-detacned 
brick home; Ist-fir. den and lave-) 

custom -built aeons | ASH 
beautiful | 


nig = | Sheena 
Omens Spot ash for Your Home 
RE. 7-16 


fast on 
6 rm. brick home 
hot-water 
completely 
Call own- | 


LL 


NW. 


is 
a- 


Semidet. bt 6 desusisnl room 
mod. baton hea 


rage. yare location 


FRED aA inet 
ST 
DU 


Ww 
F 
“COL i APPROVED 
SHIPLEY bap 
3406 23d St. SE—$10,750 


by ALAS HTS OPE 
CRESS. BELO SPMI- 


& 
Set OeRICK AC. HE KNOT- 
be PINE RM " 


tek. 


an patio, 


~ rr 
car garace. W 
porch and sun 


rr 
; ave 2 


‘Bee 
BOO Lay 
OL. 2-761) 


M. SUNDA 
ARCHER’ REALTY CO 


17-4413. IP NO ANS... LU. 2-628! 
' 


COLO 
Jackson 58st NE — Bale or 
detached aries. 4 besrooms 
n e t ou 


IMM 


| 3AND4 
Facing Parkin D.C. | 
11 Anacostia Ave.NE. | 


NEW 6-RM. SEMIDETACHED 


brick house. 


PRICE 
Good 


recreation 


yard 0 RL 
Kk Lo 1-8700 

vee BENNING RD 

RON DAVY 


COUR 2D we be 
NON-C 


»R 

52 RHODE ISLAND AVE o4;f —Bix | 
extra- we rms. and 2 

brick Sader rm on a fi. 

efar. and 


and 

MR BROC . 

at te tN 

a hh at 
ent to 
Sede. 
jonial 


cent ‘ty 


washer! 
in oxpes — 
tinct 
TOWN Ps ‘Ss 


TSSLORED POSSESSION 
DE LUXE DETACHED 


4 BEDRMS., REC. RM. 
3 FULL BATHS 


DEN 
OPEN SUN., 2 TO 5 
730 OGLETHORPE ST. N.W. 


ven er-entrance liv 
en 


Bedroom and 
this attractiy 
located in @ 
liv rm. has 
din. rm., 
on Ind fl; 
terms 
5600 


til . 


CeO 
‘DEN and 


Convenient 


c hbortiw " 
in garace 
a "EHRLICH 
. 14° 8° N\ 
, 6:30 P M 
ol WOODRIDGE DET. 
$495 DOWN 
hedr nmaculate 
hardwood "Hoors throughout 
_—. — and bath 


lapees 8 "REALTY CO. HO. 2-1257 
COLORED — BRIGHTWOOD 
M. B 


' CK 

Full bsmt., gas h.-w. h 

DETACHED GARAGE 
$295 DOWN 


ELLIS KOSSOW, REALTOR 
_ST. 3-415 TA. 9-874 
COLORED—STRIKE IT RICH 


No Down Payment 
Yes. you can choose any one ef 
these modern homes Some of 
these are only 12 years old 

THEY _ NOT JUNK! 
64 T. NE 


sul! 
307 


7. 

home rd 
mod- 
garace 


Ss ’ 6. 


Miles 


m 
LO 


NEW 
Ope 
Pes - 
living fm 


separate 
itchen with 


OWNER, | Ut ES 5307 


“MODERN MESLONIAL 
DETACHED BRICK 


fireplace. din, rm., ki 

bedrms. til bath. full bem 

bath: cas heat, near shoopire ‘and 
000, LU 


N*ESOUTHEAST REALTY 
COLORED 


$495 D STS. NE 


OWN 


AND ONLY $89 ah MO buys this 
clean, 6-room. ODric home 
matic GO H.W 


of extras 
living. #' 
Anti ue vDrice 
tion 
Rradiey bivd 


3 on Wil 


5900 Conn. A 


BROOKDAL z 


| 


auto- 
conveni- 
ent location wat WRI | Cail now 


tion, near 


_ very 
prick ramble 
walk-up attic. 


FRED EHRLICH 


1012 14th &t Sri 
¢ M 


NO Y WN 
2607 No Capitol St.. lovely 6-rm 
brick home. front porch. l‘e baths. 
front and rear yard to! 
gareee, Priced low for| 
all . 39-0640. Eves. 


Inv ernest ri 


quick sale home 


CASH direst 
mm ey ge @uc 


Bis 8-12 aaa NER. 


fr cash for your property 


from owners: | 
com sto0s, | 


r Prince Georges Co 
bs night. Mr 


ASH — 


market values for 
Bach offer backed 

deposit and sienecd 
commission charge! 
NA. &6- 


ree appraisal 
"i a 


Kitch ee... H 
Chevy 


pay i 


1164 


H 
622. Top Cash— D.C. Houses 


NUE hor upes $9 from 


well- 
me with 
ck s 
atio. rec 
— nin gar 


SE sot nearby P 


a. | 
. Have subs ash. Mrs. Cox | 2° 
68. a 


BDC gh ma? 


C 
T “IMM 


“fall  BUDNEN. 7 TU. | 
-6579, 


jATE ACTION. | 


reenfield | 


CHEVY 


eT on ~ oro 


tf o rues) 
in 24 hours. Mr Delle. JO. 2) p-bedreom 


recreation 
aregce 


oO H 
traffic light 
_ 1 bdiock 


usT N | 

A mean B ie 
942 Wayne 
3 


i; Cail 
KE 


Res 
wooded lot 
s 
approved 
SHANN 
77-1800 
A a contemporary 
tion on court. Nea 


a 
idea! loca 
d puncte schoo! 

lot. 2 dec 


B 


letely auto, kit 
Kings-. 


BETHESD ete "sath 
bler with wn : 
ath off master 


oded yard “GL approves a 
St | 
BETHESDA | 


Bea ge 78,950 


drm 
Soeuas basement 
? Sea 

7-19) 
le iret RAMBLER, off 


ove on a beaut 
combination 


at $15. et "<0 


“PARES 
— Bri ek Col 


OCCUPANCY 
MAPLEWOOD ESTATES 


SPLIT LEVELS 

$25.950 AND UP 
conventional 
financing availabie:. 


LERN FR. 
PARKWOOD 
Holy Redcei ner 6c 


spacious all shee Kit 
dist »08al 


$21,950 
SUBURBAN EM. 2-9400 


THE 


2 ige 
i $18,500 on your 
B. 


RESDA 
2 BATH, Ist fl. 


OPEN 8UN 


10 


with piremtece ‘and oul -in book. 


KENTBU RY 
Cc 


mn Chelton to Kentbury 
DO 


POR ol 


BERENS ris. * 
“BETHESDA 
| BRADLEY WOODS 


n Today, Sunday 


wooded 
tive circular drive, generous 5): ed 
with 
dining 


~ William Robey 


to our open sicn 


Shannon & Luchs Co 


th 

SHANNON i“. LU CH 
"ti 

ONSVILL 


brats 


This attrastre frame home on a FP 
" 


a ae) ederim 


OPEN SUN 


brick. 
ving room, separate dining room 
room. h 

Large Jot 


PHILIP B. KEY CO., Realtors 


cuEyT CHASE VILLAGE ARFA— 
tored Colonia! home on a large 


MMA ALLL ALOE 


ent 
RBAN EM. 2-9400 


CHEVY CHASE 
4209 MORGAN DRIVE 


ram- 


one 
: 


| 


You are buying location by. 
t wae you e ae 
is good looking brick 
rambler. Two DBlocks to express 
my line, walking reg Somer- | 
bedrm bat 


hoo rm ' 
Stern kit (12x12), liv rm... din. 
rm. Attached caragce 7 half bemt 
Btorage attic. enced yard 
OPEN SAT., >. 5 


OPEN SUN. 1-5 
Dir: North on Wisconsin 7 
Chevy Chase Club srounds. a on 
Morcan dr. to our OPEN 
JAMES L. DLXON & aol 
ST. 3-720 oe °-3492 
cnevy CHA Ase 


brick colonial, 
ath 


4-bedroom and Ro 
best bers 
3 A ps ys and. 


’ 


80M 
center 1 


til $B. oisieecaiial | 
TH ~ 5002 | 

-6 Colonial. a ied 

gas' and make offer all KE 

REALTY. Be RERS. Inc.. Realtors 

CHEVY cuas st. =~ —Almost new! 

Cod. $21,500 . 2-dath, 

A. Golf 

2 . . 

5 meet. Gan | USA. Ret.}, Broker 

KE. 


335 
CHEVY CHASE VIEW - 
4.bedroom, 2-bath Cape Cod with 
full daylight bam! ihis home is 
in uetter- a new eondition 
Owner mu 
gE. F 


‘Bradiey 
very charmin 
cortier ' 


apace 
BLANCHARD Realtor 
JU. §-8600 


COLESVILLE AREA—New spiit- 
bedrms. 2 ba ths 


full 

- ed 

ReEnvoRte OL 

a ® fics oO. 

ock| pDETAC MED BRIC M 

‘ big | 

Stonial. is $895 DO 

onderful lot 80x165 

deck overlook Rock 
chain-link 
mirrors 


oom 
rand 3-bedroom brick 
notre «it vacant, huse 


AUCOM REALTY 


| 


6-7800: 


BETHESDA 


Q 
Oo kt “PARK aheA” 
with 3 bedrms . 
separate dining rm 
equipped kitchen, base- 
} Only 823.700 
UCHS CO 


EDIATE 


2 


ee etitul 


BEDROOMS pint “FOREST — 


Bethesda 
_ bri an on 


e Coilo- 
7. Ai 


and PHA 


2' 


wiaconai “n eal FON 
phon £10.000 
Penced corner lot near echool 
jing machine 
= neat 


“to Model meme r 
XD CORP 
Pres. TU 


wel 
« 


“5 


23-7400 
959 
| oe 
di ishwas her and dis 
pull-ae stairwa 

R AMBLER $14,260 
Large level fenced io! ® bedrn 
din. rm., dam! inclosed porcn 
excellent location 

CAPE COD—$16,500 
Wooded corner ict; 4 pedrm*® 
baths. bemi., scree! ved porch, 
ven jient to every’ hing 

»-STORY COLONIAL—418,500 

Fenced level lot; 1 block 
3 i's 
large kitchen 
bermt. and ere 
be had he 

RAMBLER- 


C $1? 
neat } 
entrance 


rm 


trick CO- 


DA 


bath on Ist. fl. of 
brick Cape Coad 
very popular area 
fireplace, separate 
bedrms. and bath 


con- 


WRIGHT, EM. 4- 


$19,950 


1-5 
parochial, 
. Clean 
in an 
Laree 


puniie 
moar 
tal lishec } 


7? ht i\ 


hat 
green 


cheerfu! > 
eC. 
need 


On “) 


rh becen 
i rec 
gi 


pi : 
sossession and 


DR 


2) 7 
LO. §-45 
Huggins & Harris an, 
Realtors 18 Conn 
KENSINGTON Bo nscod Sect 
N McCAN *DLES! d 
4720. Sun 


BETHESDA AREA 


of View 


Nava } Hospit al the reaso 
a 7 -b6 50. 
MENT CO 
KENSINGTON—@) 950 
-bedroom ramb! rnd 4 
dormitory room 24 floor 
corner jot KORDENDOR FER 


KEN SINGTON, $650 Dn. 


NON- VET GEM 
shine! ° 
ae shgced 


acr 
c SOLONIAL PNY EST 
" Attract 
par 


th 


0! 


RAMBLER hit 
like ren t Tr yo 

jot with attrac- BON ant : ARK SIDE OEE BALTY 

. ambien. : year 

rooms earace 


raised firepiace, 4 
$7 50 down and 


rm. spacious 
breakfa st space 
f'me bedrms 


"Od eee 


KENSINGTON == $12 
' te *< dition 
split- -sevel construt 
Drive out 
to Wilson lane, 


on lane to Radnor re., left 


1 “til dark. 


ov wert CLUB 

OUTSTANDING LUE Poko 

CUSTOM BUIL T HOMES A | wr x 
c ituate on 


shrubbery 


KENWOOD Cc 
7-1800 


Col jo brick 
powae! 


ve 


AREA 


Lat 


Ears oye BROEERS. a Realtors 


MASS. AVE 


Brand- new and beautiful 
»oOm -bath brick rambier wi 
finished reece top, oom on ' 
lectric chen saeheme- 
built _— an experi enced builder 
price, $33.950; one only 
gE. F. BLA NCHA 
JU 


7 

r AREA—Brand- new 

on -acre level jot 
7 bed-| 


tet Reait 
su rye near “Mass. 


ms 
oan bath or 


ave expeness 
bec 


Fy 


Re-| F. ne 


SE AO | i a 
AREA —_ “Brand- new 
170 has 7 as floor 
ath 
rn 21.9 
WOODMOOR 0 a ENCY 
9.5555 REALTORS 


A ddagger te b, ap 


carane 


ine some 7H 


$24,7 


JONES & 


© 
ca 


fulti-level 
bu in garace 


ROSE HILL ESTATES 
her a baths. on “sy 
$27.9 


det ae 


BWARD F. FRY CO. 


% 4 lot 
real buy “a 
eal Estate 
‘(Westhaven'- 
with 
a = ee 


oof 
‘Seautiful 
ny ith 


F me peeve homes 


ca, 


§ on 
} 
E 


om a 


CHASE. a 
oe -DARK 
baths. 


A! 

o answer, 
ROC CRVILL $13,000 
hom with space 

t 


4 1, laree 


ot-water Beat. 


Yense Bridge rd” 
sign and vprop-| 


at 
to 
assume 
LEY INC 
Mullen 
rare @pporlunity to 
buy this de  juxe Twinbrook Fores’ 
home. Less than 1 year old 3 bed. 
fireplace, huge kit. with wall 
and many other + 
Assu ge © 
$1450 dno WSRIDOES XN 
REAL TORS. PO. 2-4374. 


Ave. JU. 5-3010 


carport 
a eas 


aeCER. 
day or nig 


les 
1ON ‘& 
‘th 7 


COME SEE BEAUTIFUL ROBINDALE’S | Wood Acres Constr. Corp 


ETTER CONSTRUCTED HOMES 


Bring this ad, it is worth $550 


of these advertised prices 


SALESUBURR.HOUSES_ 67 MO. HALESUDURE. HOUSES SMO. 
MARYLAND 


ho. +, rm... 
i. 1” sti 


‘SILVER 


'HOLMEAD & BAIR, REALTORS 


nad 
: SILVER, SPRING 
7 {or a 


A real buy can x: 


age. rch ion. | 
| Front vou ant By ime 
MU E OGT NC 


‘THE WASHINGTON 


County 
ONVETS |. 
rambler, conv 
kit JOHN 
Colonial tn- 


SANDY SPRING 


must sell this spotiess ond | 
he ia 

re land 

hborhood 


DEN 


=" A 


| Br rs 


Ba 


7 clean 
roved % Rs 2 eee RY | ' 
5.4322. — 


WINTER GETS YOU | 
WHEN YOU 


Visit T LOHR HOMES 
Robert E. Lohr, Realtor 
_HE _4-4000 "TU 9 P M. RA. 6-3600 


t \,- -ac 

eneestions’ y neiz 
with oretty rural 

rooms. bath. living 

ell. den and kitchen 

way to 2d floor, unfinished but 

with ample h oom: fu 


|? 


dults ’ 
nby. EV. 4-9116 an 


sproypuneay BUCHANAN. IxC_ 


SPRING AREA—614. 950. 
1 joan. 3 dedrm 
— in 


sine 
mod. kil 
) yard 
coad Gor | 
LO. 35-4752... 


CHARM GA JORE—iIn this precious | 
2-bedrm. brick Colonial. Nr. Ame 
tniv sun rm, end | 


x 
shop. Saie by owner. 
discriminating 

your TV. os and owder rm.. 


eous erything 
eart could ‘desire Srastically re- 


duced now. in 30's 
nr . — ; in ee. NR 


SILVER SPRING 


OVERLOOKING 
GOLF COURSE | 


$12,950! 


Lovely Cape Cod en ey fenced 
lot: 2 spacious bedrms.; det 


- D 
ths, uit 
Dem, ak alt tic, ea: ay 2-900 


ves 
2-5544 oF OL 2-5501 


CENTER HALL 
WOODMOOR 


thie perfectiy planned 
munity sli-brick: 3 bdedroo 
2\, baths, built-in garage 
inghouse eountry-site Kiteche 
screened-in porch off large dining 
room ] 

lic schools and 

has lett town 

take any reasonable offer 


Graham & Co., JU 5-6010 
$150 DN. NON-VET 


" VWilleaee: lovely 2-bedrm 
phe 8 ritehen: storm 


or 


RERI NS SALES. ine. 


~ SILVER SPRING 


sree shaded hil 
le ' 


In 


Nest ed ~_ b. }s! ide 
thi : 

artve acy 

separate ol 

n kiteh lwar 

ness to 3 ‘larse bedrooms 


and , Sarees ye. Call for appoint- 


Bonifant &t »200 


SILVER SPRING 


DON'T MISS THIS ONE 


4 
= REALTY 
m 


HEDEM. 1° baths Yeature this 
= Cape Con also wood burnings 
firep! ace, separate . a lar 

basement fenced 
$13 950 Vers easy 
& CO. JU. §-6560 


ae 


Lovely 3-bedroom brick rambier ) yard with trees 
HAM 


sete ns. GRA 


ti 
#230 DOWN GI. dal ance ” 
2 vedrms with fu 


70 per 


“refrigerator 
_— i b 

ull uteide entrance 

all “for. appointment to 


OUMEAD & BAIR, REALTORS 
904 Bonifant St. __ JU. 29-6200. 


SILVER SPRING FROPER—S blocks 
Cape Cod with); 


5- 1260; eves 
MODERNE — 812.! 500, Gi 
lot 


HE 


3° bedrms., erick = gn pe le ram 


garas 
*« screened porch 


mit 

ChestTen wn KEULER. : 
oY 

mall family 2-bedrm. 
brick ramb or on beau’ iful woode 
~ close transportation GI ap- 
eoved &i 4 000 RZ _ENDORF em 
OL 4 gill till 


SILVER SPRING AREA 


LOOK 


3 BEDRMS., BSMT. 


Nf, 790 


da 


ii 
x HG EDIATED Y 
PEN SAT. & SUN 


Cones. ave $e 


pearms.. 
naows 
Paymen's h 
ca) HUGOLNS os 
HARRISON INC Realtors 


Cash for D. C. Homes 


ATTENTION BROKERS WE 
vill. BUY FOR ALL CASH YOUR 
. TRADE-INS AND LIST- 


ATTENTION HOME BUYERS 
j Pi ANNING TO BUY IN 
iF 680 ou Rn COM- 


9 


» 


D. 


REMEMBER 


SELL. WHAT rt 


net, CASH 


ARGE FAMILY 


near 8) igo Park and 
ae liv = » SeD-) 

4 mea 
paseunet it. aarene 


u i eg” 
: on left wh. ‘GOR- ; NA 
WwW 1 52198 SALES. INC 


rLions 
. : 


. 
. 


SILVER SPRING 
TRY TO MATCH THIS 


mane 5. year-old 
red nbie wil 
ing room and mammot 


piace 


, full $i7.- 
ORGS Ww BAUSERMAN 

. "8-5 E' JU. 9-1447 
late 3-BED vr SEMIDET BRICK 
$195 DOWN 
brick: fenced yard 


Levels orm 


"BAUCOM REALTOR 


level entrance 

HANAN. INC 0 
BETHESDA 

490 ares 


th 
“full 


Charming 
ire iv 
table asec 


AT TENT ON— NON. GI 


home in ex: 


oin 
beth 


br 
rir el) 

3 Resin 
Pr 


SILVER SPRING AREA 


3-BEDROOM 
Cape Cod = 


ume Go! 
Ele« 


rm 


As 

new 
cin 
$1500 down 


"un aORDON -2196 
Pr BERENS SALES, 


; oan 
me pen 
fon ed 
no 


Close 
4‘a% Tron Price. 
$15.5 00 


WOOD COMPANY 

11158 Geor ave _ a er Spring. 
Ma. LO. 4- $300 “all 9:30 
bsmt S300 DOWN—Non Gl. | 
OL ent. Bal. $85 per mo 


i t xe eit en, table space 
SPRINGBROOK FOREST a. 10 


$71.950. 3-bedroom yy ries 


rambdier wita ——- - 


ona pet ull 
Ow NER. WILL ‘COM 


‘KORZEN DORPER 


— x i. 6-8 
ver “OR ~~ VET 
pymt — mo. pays & 
becrm erie mb b ‘mt > 
rep. nr Fiewer 
Langley Shop "Owner JU. 35-3247 


WANTED 


4 


, re Low 
ot t. 
sIDER TRADE ren 
E. F. Bi ANC BARD Reaitor - 

TAKOMA PARK Saar ‘ 

bedroom ck rambler 

bemt.. close > transpD 

Varant. $1500 wr ri 

eC Call HE 4-6400 A PAMI wRo WANTS 
: con ) 
chomping and & good ro 

Cc e see d 


~ TAROMA T PARK tO” 
br 
1-5 20. This Co 


onial © on 


* 
through- lon! al 
5 


gare fe 0 
pri ced te "at wit 950. with terms 
: 64 


1] . D 
SIDN FY 5 SIENSH & CO INC. 
THE GALLERY ‘OF HOMES 
TWINBROOK HOME—2 yrs. old 
3 bedrooms. space he 4 #1500 
aes 9 loan sale by 


Por 


Mrs 
rect 


further detal! 
° Reeside 

. na , 
down > Ou 
wner 


ume 
4-867: 


ae 
OWNER WANTS + SICK SALE 
ws down payments * ' 
rambler fu 
everything jOnN DEN. 
- a = COLONIAL IN- 


t~n Western. ie or 
~— on Cortiand rd. rient te 
sien 


A SMALL FAMILY 


VESTME 
WitkaToN— -car ct 


is 1' baths 
LO 


. garae 
full a, $1 
JOHN DENNIS 
Colonia] Investment 


sad nfortadie 
$-1813 
WHEATON AREA 

RY TO MATCH THIS 

5 Bedrms. Va pooraiees 


a) jon 


Bie ‘WESTWAY DR 
OPEN SUN., 1-5 


ormation 


to Westway 


ster 
WALKER & DUD? 
REALTORS 


EM 


LUXURY RAMBLER 
1 ACRE PLUS 
QUAINT ACRES 


ana open 


WLOP. INC 


Wesley Buchanan, Inc. 
Pert B} de Rethesda. Md UPTOWN OFFICE 
6-34 2-6715 


bw He ONT or down. 2 
th as 


tual 


Convenient 

church. an 

buys MR SIN GER 

7166. COL SNIAL INVESTMENT. c} 
WHEATON 


$13,000 


| MEDWAY ST —OPEN SUN 
SSUME 4% LOAN: $95 mo 
insurance bedrm 
Freshiy 


Spark! ing nee sane hall rambier 
3 bedr 2' ba 


hot-wat or heat. 
the choice close-in areas of Mont- 


PAY LIKE RENT! 
(1) 4 rooms and bemt.. $10,960 
(2) Semidet. brick 


eat. | 


Spee 


oa Lo | 
COLONIAL 


ass. ave 
one of the $32. 
an 
HOWARD * ‘BC 
WHERE ELSE 50) 
ulate rf, brick 
and recreation rm 
screened porch: only 
KESSINGER & CO 


9.4544 
af — 
COUNTRY DINNER 
Convenient ; 
Baltimore 
eountry eatete 
highway in village. has laree. 

with towering 

; dining room and 


Bey Por sale by owner 
“WOOD ACRES 


& and 7 rms 
ar screened 
conven- 


New Colenta’ homes 
2?» da at ~ j 
Fp ¥ kiten 


i or 
financing ‘available 


pore? 
tional 


4 


Eves or *.78 


WOOD ACRES 


ew Colonial homes: 6 and 7 rm 
ths attached gar. Bo) 


Oo! 


fireplaces : 
porches; extra leree ‘Vitehen. 


» oe 
. 


rambier.. 


Price 


. Tm, 
featires "Co 
’ OR 


| $300 dow 
: gystes ‘sveryinine. ain 5. aang 
god, \ransporte 
POoakty, LO. Sos. 
Time Tested Cape Cods | Orince Georges County 
3 rm.. 


rm. bath. | ACCOKEEK, 
bath. | room rambiers, 
me area, kit., bath. 

_ 


r.| AVONDALE— 


your| AP. 71-9598 
c | "Gt es 


+g ba rep 

ia a ew of its und 60 
Vm to O06. Se "4 
nm and $91.01 pe 


in. 


rick yg near schools 
AX & 


MD.—-(2) 


new }3-bed- 
pave rm.. hy a 


n paces Fy ies. 


“Aderholdt Realty Co 
REALTORS... 70815... 
unday 1-to 5 


co, 


TAL, POWDE 
Gl = Spyseres $10.800 
vo floored 
bem 
months par mente 
incl ae and 
AGEN INC 
ee ae 


R MILL 
2 twin 
ay oe = attic. 
heated. 
m.. kit. 
lot 


com- 
insulated. 

porch. 
we cash. 
aporo 


in 


7 Ww 
JU 9-8808 AlL« 


RE 


| 


CAMP SPRINGS 
} 3-BED 


Greatiy 
"til dar 


FORESTVILLE 


outstanding 


reduced 
Open Sun 


kennels Substantial ca 


SPAULDING HEIGHTS 


re 5 

unfin 
pymte.. 

inc! d 866, 


taxes 
OTHER HOUSES 
ACREAGE—Our 
be happy to 
hem 


La Rochelle Real Estate 
124 MARLBORO PIKE 
6-7 486 LU. 4-0112. 


"CHEVERLY_-$700 DN. 


GI—ON 2 
Spotiess wy Si3.200 


outsice entr 


decorated Beautifully 


A ho aa be 
° +O 

Call M Le 

T 7368 


REAL TY co. - 
HEVERLY 
ner lot, ideal 


Y A appraised 
“> Sa ‘urday 


0 
4 
telep mone KE Owner 


Sunday 
494 


ane obey Kitch- 

+e street park- 

§ me GI joan. 

#4 ell.  FINCHAM A co. 
- *) 7 


COTTAGE c ITY—S-rm. home with 


e and of- 
2ii below 
15 


Ss 4ur 
gratviand Univ 


r r 
end e beat Nantucket 


WE. 5-6 
COLLEGE FARK Open Sunday [-5. 


Pay 


5 Clemson Rd. Spacious and at- 
tractive 3- -bedroo 
h provincia! 
ment with lavatory and shower 
car oar age ame GI ] 
era own Dai m AP 
COHEE. REALTY ‘co AP 
DISTRICT HFIGHTS 
im equip. kit 
full base- 
outside ent 
lan = _— enain 
n chur “y 
$14. 
Ar a 


m 
fl 


Dus 


; "own 
® > 


VA appro, ed ~ 
payment 7118 


FORESTVILLE GI approved 
ireom drick Cape Cod . ae 
equipped kit 


p 
Only $12. 150 
HALL EY. Lan! mam 


GREEN MEADOWS. 6226 20th p! 


SOuNSON. 50 
) HILLCREST “AREA 


i- ‘bedroot n 


4920 Indian Head High 
Hillcrest Heights, Md 
2301 EATING 8ST 
OPEN 1-DARE 
3 bedrms. 9 

eauipoed 


to 2 


. left te 


tr 
fa 0 
42 a6 Ave __ LU. 4-0040 
Nicholson st 
3-¥t.-old 
A features. 3 
storm windows. 
linds porch brick bare- 
becue. fenced yar d. concrete drive- 
way. dDemt. w 6 rms. (rec 
eedar closet. st torage 1 dry.. 
nd dry. Gl or non-Gi 


hat os 
tad ha 


4-6400 
: va be custom brick 
aNWAN Spacious liv. Tm -ele c 
i bedrms.. full tile 
family-sise front 
ot. plenty of garden 
. S * S00" JAMES I. MUNDY 


$13. 250 


SE. 
>. 
Va 


Venetian 


a WIEB ALE aly con®. 


SELLERS 

! GSIDE—NEAR ANDREWS 
BOLLING SUTTLAND ve 
nice 2 bedrm daee Fed 
bungalows r full stairway te 
expandabie att and large vards 
me wil 
See 4 
rianne dr. a 
Dn REAL’ sice, ' 

Me AL LIs TER. ALTOR. 


8-560 
MT RAINTER—Just His te “this im- 
maculate 2-bedrm ningle 
3 bik fs 
rm., 


> aS built. in 

am Chure 

sell quick at $10,960 
OSWELL CO. WA 


’ 
_ 
an 


Tul 1 
garace 
riced to 

PERRY 
7-4500 . ‘til 


S-bedroom home, 
one fare 
room home. 


mm. 

aT. aNI i< 
Cape Cod, 3 bedrm 
fireplace Bu -toy 


dining af 
full basement. Under Gt torre lens 
$14,500. Onl , 871.99 


bat na 
built brick rappeete on boastity. 


fare 2 at Se ve 


ck. Buren Colonial. 6 Ge Sree, “citings: | BE WISER—STOP PAYING RENT AND PAYING) rtached gat, screened “IMMACULATE HOME | 


tw 


“re floc 
s. da 


t 
rm. with fireplace. 


slate roof. By 


oor | COLORED 


; 


bee ' . Realty, | New Split-Level Ramblers 
pai 4->400, LU. 2-5978. ) 


ONLY 2 LEFT 


MASS. AVE. HEIGHTS 
CLOSE IN 
4 Bedrms.. 2 Baths, Den 
A 
jptqenes 


fenced lot in A 4 exc,u 
hood, less 
conv 


KE. 7.1807 DAY OR NIGHT 


\ 


brick. with 2+-car —, 
n 2 bike 


$20,500—$2,000 DOWN 
Open Sat. 10-5—Sun., 1-5, (Daily ‘til 5) 
46th St. and Reed Terrace S.E. 


DIRECTIONS: Out Benning ra 
tinuing on go to Southern ave. 
blocks to Reed Terrace, right 1 block to house. 
Beautiful. brick, ultramodern de tached rambiers. 
breakfast rm., plus full ong -sized dining 
powder rm., ist level; 25-ft. liv. rm. ae oe és with 


wi 

French doors ones ee BS lawn: plus WA. ty ener bea 

ae eh inthis how bath, "and ae ee tae uit "any 
t bang 

a voles. Que tedui Enormous pveenter "and 
schools 1 Dik. away. Cai Me. Blitz, eves. 


ELITE HOMES—LU. 2- 18s 


Pang 


past Central ave 
right te Southe 


featuring 


Por sa 
$17.995. 
Ww c 


Ee 5, 


rdes Schools—Ir 
home = 5 


Brick Colon A 


—) a ee at 


seat 
he as 


‘yet 


near 
maculate 


te 
ex room. living 


3 
* out-of ground 


2 Pain 


at 
th 


pene 800. | 
OL. 2-7006 ' 


aas-|OFF THE LANDLORD’S MORTGAGE! START 


PAYING FOR A HOME OF YOUR OWN. 
3-BEDRM., FULL BASEMENT, ALL BRICK RAMBLERS, 
$15,600 to $16,400 
DE LUXE ier. % FULL BASEMENT, POWDER ROOM, 
H. $17, 750 TO $18,500 
ENT, FINISHED REC. 


4 BEORMS., 2 BATHS FULL BASEM 
ROOM SPLIT-LEVELS, $18,800 TO $19,500 


IMMEDIATE POSSESSION—MOVE IN NOW— 
30 YR. Gl. NO DOWN PAYMENT ON SOME 
MODELS TO APPROVED VETS 

and Conventions! ‘ir 
ROBINDALE 1S CONVENIENT To “EVERYTHING 
pererene Out Ga Ave to Wheaton imtersection Viers “i 
Rd! rn left to Wheaten City entrance, turn right at Park- 
land neive. co 1 bieck one turn left on Adrian. Follow signe 
Toe ie Filmaaeet very day from 10 «. m. until 7 p ™ 
sy cemeraUuCTION co. 
WH. cues RA, 3-2606 WH. 6-6642 


rch. G 
ventions) qnancins  evailable. 


Wood Acres Constr. Corp. 


Eves. OL. 2-7338_ 
rick rambier: ler. Love. | 
jaree livt 
m kite sehen: 
many  onteaa, 


OL _4-3240 


MOO 
7 wy em. dies 


APPRAISED Gi—$2!I, ae 
Open Sa 


fo a home 
Metzler, Realtor-Bullder | 


DAILY 32-7400. 


Attractive o-bedroont 
ocated in enesotienell 
rhood; 


beautiful shrubs 03 ress 
2 JAMBE co CONLEY & CO. 
| 9525 Georgie Ave ___ 20. 9-414 


401 Ant Annapolis iP a 


City te f and laree fens $1000 ead Jara 
= = may assume 


ul ent t- 
level lot 120x150: vlivins’ rooms room otth 
ing room, 


ge uke, itehen . 


basement, veers 
heat, agwer 


wate “block iL nd 
<7 Tr: 
50 with Call bas gale ‘i 


SACRIFICE! 


Rosemary Hills — Just att Fast . 
Hey. S8ric omitler | 
re 


: 


Open SUN 


LEE FREW PLATT . 
Pi aed oe 


a 


SALE suBUI 
as 
SS Se 
HOUSES 67 VA. SALE 
oot 
aa 67 VA. 


For Qui 
ick Sal 
DON’T MISS 
AN 


$1 
6,950—G MMi 
pe; | EXCL. NO. ARL 
ARL. LOC. OPPORTUN 
TO LIVE iid 


earms., 2 
mgs es ; 
=| > 
im exe 
Porest 
me 


Rens WwW 
ASHIN 
lr Jnury Bs $ HERALD 


67 
: VA. one 
| 67 VA. 


WEST Open , 
MYATT = Cogn Sane ALEXA 
on ie SVILLE— i th 9600 ay 2 to 6 NDRIA 
3b vel. An Bri | incl. t down Qual O AREA A 
area bed chor-fe ck ram urch exes. an and ified nl RLINOTON 
. rooms need, ° “has d 75 ve 
$ A Pa sy titehen “ateiee tle * i ae vou i ~~ 24 wy se Down—G The Hotte: 
rec n : ‘.. 
Pita Terme 14.956 pg ige “ie. fm sid $14, $50, we ? Bath | ottest attic: 
IES. Ei bo he ar Pa all eit lot, spect. r- 
tore ie ith & SP] Kesar tone’ Rueben rst:| 3 $87 /A’ APPROVED 7 rend SRLIRGTON REALTY | 
Sot bat: ‘oll he Aseplace, kitch- Cane’ blocks. a ari-| this’ spar MO tra [ARLINGTON REALTY, ss sm 
to eat @ kitch- BA s. an ft « this axes M 
Seat; extremal break NDy REALT 4 right to tier eerste one imcurance Conte odern A = LTY | corner ty eet detached 
y lar Eni; © | Seas 2s in year- wel Ww mpo RLIN 4 
se| GI N 7511 - of wand oda CC ith Boa rary GT er tot wi sre rose bedroom 
-hed roo iN, RE. 6 ) RR — a PP Me Cape| Get t t Builder OP ON F oash, ly dine ith Ane place. 
m - 6-6 ntry Cc ar th ernon oca - pan he «@ P _ EN ORE : per mon thr = ce 
me. D 331 . ding oor . o,- ark-| }! ae = s Finish Mos SAT ST ic nena vente, kei 
| wih oa a Se erk-| living tm. “rite -_ ne st enelusive .. 1-DARK . L. KANE, schools Arlinton lors ced lot! ¢0 
| th wash Younsstown sized bedi oa ta wall glass. agp ye and con NC. J, W and trans , 
KI. 8-07 aliens oa i tae, | oie aca oh Itai Bahay, od 
-finishe ity be n . .- a WAL 
~ ge - bat -| i ¢ room “Toon } wit * - nan TER FR 
| reaped. aden “carpe nin, Pickled | foi intwe lot, Oni with eat- UXE RA KE. co peian Marian 
on r n e -~ : s 
"400, balance to N MPoyo bought E rambler . insula > eae Bo 352 American tig charming 
My” “he nm divd. 5. with f ae | 0d h ramble Bl ~+| ee inished 
By ht to 222 GI lean ui bamt. | | room alf-acre fr on bea BR JYS e livim bs F 
ALCOLM oa don | vine, room ie utiful ICK "| pameed. floors: of shoraae” room 
: fon gous yn oe Goeare “ag BT Beate AND STONE reed TES, ont sean 
, 30-ft. Mi | just wit — Savedibome 7 lig-| a s. laree li “ | ed lot. P rms c nary 
ivine Well-Rept .c A 2 h previece toned uipped = “ separate m rambler | Ticed s. ae t_ kite 
ape rf $. from Teale teeated reakfast itche hg. room wit with | ROUTH cella el 
piace. PET ax Rit J transportetion ~ se > ee fun with RE ROB uickly. 
ity. 4 | Only, orth built-it Bary BINS 
4.4 | JA $21 250 in | NO 4990 ATE 
Liacaatititi 700 | , a joc i EDE ewe 7 RP. 
' “4 BE » = pestle | ad 2 pee -ene 5500 & 
DROO | dler, fuily equ on 
MS ) dinette. tiled “7 8 ve 
offered | eo bath. .. larae it ram- 
this y | Chur h patio. _ienced ae r= 
ALUR | aie “iacant vonions’. : 
pane only 
ney. 


new. On 
j 
yo minute ite 
down- 


t 
INCE 
GEORG 
Geist 4-1166 mS REA 
N : TY 
OI on UDING SETTLE: co. | te 
oot ENT ior | month ee + ee 
all. | ,4-838 Sinchau _to. F 
gia sae down. 813.83 8 ort! 
CO ON iC 
on 
| Convenient to Fort B ‘COLO 
elvoi OL 
r NIA 
Realtors L REA 
rs-De LTY 
Developers. JA £9. Seatien* 
$6200, | 7 t 
90 a 
4 
peproper emer | f BE 
tile bath ea + 
oom tak ta a? GE tit 
light bemt,, bath on 2d a igs. my TO 
rec. fm 00 
id. Boor. Day-| YOU “CHARM | | First. 
R HEART | oP a bits ta hi 
men t. oe din 
e dining | faaazy 
s N + ace 
R-BUI 
LDER 


Only ue othe JA 
ROOMS 
th RD., 
N, 


— 


at Ber rH. foo 
rnard’ t 
oe and #3 “fn settinie of trees. '$50__Gute 
¢C oppins. Price ees.) foe as 
RA LEY. AP ice fas28 | low. of Hyattsville: . ou 
ALL- MBLE —1-6499._ 7 possession : betel bean 
4 scar ie bed oO $445. 9 foo Immedi-| { Veterans! 
a old rm | CLOSE "til ahes pees: Cal 
ys s.. 1 wit b iw 
anc oui de aun ‘ fee bemt | a4 oye 3 Bedrm ealty.| ‘16 M+ ‘ ranks on seve 
iy ad Cede eee ages Geli, datas te 
BRI COLON orte.| Bons garage. pew. hea! ci gareass. 10 monthiy per | LINOTO 
es [AL GEORGES wis FH atte io | nce. These" taxe payments. 3 N, PAInP 
din. rm... full bem org ES PROPERT! a ares thd 0 AX—ALEX 
"bi vets 1 13 me ors. HEIONTS tits. AP. 8.0 | OF O 
’ rs.) : - 
HO to RG off R Vets or! Sater a at sUN.— : 24.8 77/7 A UR LIST! 
a LY BE I. ave./ {Could treet 4 BEroved OFFICE OPE Phone T OUR OF NGS 
CATHOLIC CHU DEEMER | area. room wit ea ais) B EN SUNDAY A Mi FICE | BEAU BARGAI rm: 
=. 2 Aig | with lovel Desens 3 bedroome) | ROOKS | ini att brick wit NS Pi he 
6-ft with istom-bui school | and veiv tr ent ' e. din REA ON iatu iv c lin beams w = evel, f auto. 
St in SORTOSRI, fees| te ple ane be nt] 4 Sam LTY €O. | » Hp oh Borgen Blast xf Stetee| SR weed tt artis 
oil h drm. e. kit irepl.. | orhoo Lovely 1 bi aroch ALEX A. | THI [90 kit; n . wide itieaine . darbec w 
Vets att ok o he s. Re 6-7820 eo. ca vt ential rans- re ¥) RIA vA. ie QUE BR ti ACRE | eaway ds plete d eamy ERED ) nits ne, ag lovely ula like 
p i FS ey x.) — itor. Oe neigh-| ou Loo AL With ful ICK ‘at Sih.S00 aylignt 2A GEO Cluded:| poe 3-beds to sh 
AN ts $16.- RE. 6- RE «& Creson kin . lonial ull En RAN , jot : 8-6777 RG ated rm, ow 
| ba clish CHE . nT ; os , E. Be | Pails on : brie you th 
Ra 4 ELED DE RE 8060 MOORE 35 000 9g ora livin ¥ windo base R | solidly miss MT. V ‘ee ditt a , arse 4 , is 
LCS ¢ BEpEMs N AUT sera ' aa | ISHED "PLA ow ane pment. Co~ | close built seeing this | ERNON 5-7 tn jamncel gt Spaciou 
—.J t a) ° a ' . 5 
2 318. old ay. ane oft Rises LocaTED IN 4 HOMESITE , For ome | rougned. Ma a EY nid nv. ae rea Beauty & sLV. AREA. -} Ea ood: this . wnculate con ine of a ey + BH 
pat. 817,600 FF ney fenging in | LAN S $ RT. $13,750 + oe J igth, A comfort. pamity: | 5 a ae eigh-| foabe extra-large a = 
B Vets hs. tile cle acres sive fre HAM 000 : 3. 750 Tete | ain unt dini are rest) re lace eatures to se eh tte mas ree liv nm. con ery. R 
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OLL HOM 7901 F rom 80 one n = . DO | bedrm wc R ighbo ous Tr e set $300 scree n tiled ining “ be rranged ment m 6 EDU 
rms. vr EGE . 1901 Annapol sattee R me has op look PRI WN | venient’ 1! ‘OLON liv rhood ambie ting a led bath L” 18. “000. seen ge CED 
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rm Colon! i ve 300 rd. tf Real | & ave «a an off now en th S $] li to F solid large rms vith ey h an elite oh be th nd $9 with a! 9400 an't be tent Cc riment he slings “OUIC 
t k and de ial with ry ee nove anhan tor ath Co n excell erine b No CO ise “Cly 5, 750 | he rm.. ‘ort brick. 5. | tion ,~3e repla ave 1 arming e b Brows 8 only ' oo Or ' he on—a CK SA 
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s bath piaces. 20- sub nY ce at with bedrm fo. TA BRI ~ Re gh yee ne bt RR. » ns. an lovel 16,0 ora of (nisl & $15, gverytning f pH ge Ay 
and i-c on 24 fi s. 3 eno 20. iburban HUG in excel $24 950 center h 9| Or iving ine w CK CAPE street eras finished int « «ra ying 4 torm inspir yi 00. this | eter 00 ntag or . ¥ bri 
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doco ea’ fron ooms a ' ction smt., tractiv th 1 ms nia get tre rc -end | ing stful n roo re mma colon all us, shop 
r. ures. 1 tage. W ae.| vrice. full exe block of, ana > fully ive. R e lot) Boren AND POR (2 s Wis mt. Th ash and U + end m, fu ace. e iv culate) open in ial fh 22x " 
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BU neal hee 'b AP 7 ano ww 1 bed ason garenc. 4. Kiteher a, SUTURS| <n ETHIN ly ICK R 8 ison ae ag AA m| emily eautif . full din 
URC 5.000 r 7-1400 ’ rch .| Spp and p ac N itchen BE” . patio. reene ape Go sr look AM LOO Bivd ation, 3 be ining | dish fitch ful 4 reened 
H R by OPEN tu 9 o HU Pull poigtm arochi ear G $800 lL gi 1 bloc) a clos ECTA ing th BLER som i— JA L only droo | was en. a : Or liv vies 
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YC 4785 W SAT. a | eM.H ols. By R to ANY MAY baths, On ed poli brick AME omac $ r.| oman go to fill mee area. | Th 1N A own.| Gen led. b ee Space ' rie 
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GEORG yi fall! Peseh. ——e Ay dintne | rm. liv.-din, rin. ad on ion Ares atio. enclosed “outa erons| iv we ; +bed 55,000 with b 2 S . Hl Reait | Pine. to bus. achoel ent with yourself th esired at a Ay 
bis ES REALT : 2cnH,. £0 heat . ear . rm... | fenced rm. « corn enter-h ceil carport by b oor a ’ Vv miortab years rm.. >. ’ " arbequ Ly s. riced at schoo! walk te price is wun om nother 
. ¥ cO rict to 8 Priced port and | be -lands cross er all jling with ric ining | . rm. f le. « ia a bath e, B oniy & and ing | terms ; surp usa! e 
o> Gm DENTISTS=1 7-6 tram turn Ait itl land . right nd | que scaped rear look 24-ft tur 15-ft colo f, wall 20-' arece .kil ull fa asy ii esig SHOW - 2 TT $16.9 shop- | © su rise valu 
: r , “ae | Soe Pull ya in ure wind floo rful be ~| 1 kit. ; mily ving ned N BY ER 50 RECTI at you e. I 
gubdivis on main Taeal $38 West ight — Bilver Hil 4ic| = *. Be bsmt 7a and ber- eled fire ow «a r-to-ce amed | it marvelo din, rm. grand APPOr R HOM Call ive ONS Cash a" 
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eottce $15 500 * large en right ’ bikes at ny ent « public ee win- HUOE large ~ wal ine-pan- | pt ter an ; uRTIS ONLY | 8 + ot YY Pp ry ' |___e_ Sill ALTY Open. h to ate R ‘ Washin 
GEOR Sooo terme. CASH tow oe to| Br oecup. Price oe a blinds.| ©A° ‘2 SLOAN. Sod nt > ese peers. | Bales E. MAI pacious Se | OPP U9 JA.» Bign imaham ‘i Ri “(7 
-T714. | ‘es PRO terms.| & ses racdo Priced cant. is Sac- H DOWN AN. § t—ASSs . t tn 5. Be = RTIN ; aed $17,500 ON OR -9400 __ | - at R alle 
ALO PERT TTENT D. wpurts below GI. 1200 17,150— | nepect the "| | gt alee contem TUN AS KE. ight te 
clean Census Convenient TRADE AL iatmmens ams = prem Ww HEDR | Real 3 many RLINGTON $700. aot Yaa Fy a NOC ; AL W ” 
fenced 2-bedr fea Rol) in to An-| A peel ay i our bD wILt ' bier : A a ry Sun. ~_- WITH AL = : stat more. a _ j ted at re lot i™% ba sep ee KS” 14.300 FEK 
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attic. fot: stair ouse -y very ARE vale , mAs) | Ass oniy $ TE. 6-77 by| FEET AVY W ING ervic r orth) 9 Terr carpor mi Last RLIN wrt ENT WN 
an o1! irway | n tar MAR U PLANNED Os ume 1900 — 8 Bo 88 new TALL ooD e "Pally, hare t. Lo-| | chen GTON” | om” $2500 PHA 
snl 90.980. 0G oF, Stoner tie Pinan age Hes:| ss000, presen financin “ek rame| rye ustoM seit "BEAMS ia) fm. with ie | Spe ervice Pally church igchoice N. Arlingt Aa | RTHLY Pav 
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_| TRAC — - UP Ash FA memt. bur « 5 ’ c knott YLE” adj rm. b arse bedrm it w ight hb Saat sleam: i¢ Act Pull kitchens full xc to tter 
vou T REM u Tone Het: v_I Ma 108 a ton 2-bedr ' break ¥ pine “kitchen oins| bath edrm apt. h rm ith | 1° min ere in N NNEL | mos ng new = now fo baseme ns with rms.. la ape Cod. transportation. 
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| L Ww FO 3 bedrm [b—2- RE 2600.| ™ T day se fr "D nv La and tile | pped ation Pent Just n. © Osan ee nly 2317 ! elec- | ie ce. N tio 
NT | 2. | BATLE HAT YOU i, 5. den. 7F old ALTORS OOMB— “y BED? ~ res] . everything screened | a ree eet enon snd ment © a. aS 1_Wilson > gepte-en | Seeee =, aoe. a Brang- 
i Ww 2 PAY MAN r 7. ay wane bsemt Cod! RARE AT BA ‘ | 9 Dist 950 ing with fi rms.. Peat be ar swim court ii avilight sep $ 9 } a a Anch new PP aes 
A. 8 CAS CO 176 Oo rd ~ > full Are! Idea ine thon “V; i replac lar cures IM} min n wo base ] 2 = N . hor Be r. 
THAT Pa toe ae penta aims eaa| Western R rm| Benicar wate sat ane situs) pprectinctiey ts Sr vSit| prirotre. ife 08 te r | ea” pe noted he 
cott ¥ it JU ASH! "2 os BO In st sec iy and ent tive | eat in rn kiteh ul tiled in- joan 450. M ar Lak just off ; « Gi Fa. roo ge LL 
| stage a Sucthel ne AZ roses C NG NEV pions aad anch use fire Ry ~~ 5.| oe 2 ee Poe bath ei $100 paymen ON Mt Colum TZ ty m hes Are- 
Park new ful ES—Calii Oo cel ("nr vant ad Rit ~ le XA at hite er| EF = a place living ne i minute element round enoug gr paym sume h scape ¥ rambi oft. a Pi &. 724 une N Gown fire- 
5 oon dwo ria ter: a ai vel a p eo £6 »dO ened won sepa rm. | = S37 ary the ci . 260 ents igh | gc! co rT. 3-be ke. 6. 73 
G ment cheerful venien oa tr Ais ne O nde ae Ww awit ’ ard -4 po derf\ rate din i reest 0 ‘ schoo rner ‘Rn eR 1-6 he mmunit in roo ; 4-B 
ARD Pric ul t Rk im x ‘ WNE r $13 ter ARGE ith 17 for . rch il and uburb -_.) . royhill ODES ot nit ese m. | 
EN BR HUGH ed | rooms iverdal built 105 E R. OV 000 - TIER BEDR L175-f{t on a ia e led on oO patio itehen $55 an. Vi iy 2 Mil i) Cr cou se. fr with on al land DE TE. 6-7 
| Be co AP ‘full be | So Ste ithe | on ER PINE ona larae| belo ‘cup one level with bar : son irginia LLER pest), ARmand mange. retriost ardw most ‘»- LR ~T344 
: eer AP hae + ge-| fonts oe ee yy - ath”'—2 f with lin PRO 4) on w and 2 ge Mg ng center. REA nnandal are and Be ator. ood trees. | NEAR AY 
BRIG) 3) S| eat. sr » bath 97 -Wwell- ight rec full b privat PRON- tioned z @ pow d -pan- | yf ee 2 we ndix arbage dis. No tts ARE 
er | ac CA et 1400 Al ae reas a UF rears : ra recrea athse ; vale oa with hed normot er : M 7«12 STA bus All : inched e ai D Goo RSO)} A 
e iain tt or 2 f¢ ee - tion - finis ‘led its rm is rm 1203—. ui cit ed S~ | $16. N 
elt ht ay masonry om this This re OD rene pucknell Ma fons. “VE A BIG BUY mm, built-in ge- pF gun bath mabove. | each e900 w PONI on a asl . MASON ks? meee: | F 3 GOOD TRANSROR TA 
miles f ddleton L me at growi new ho 750 i 1% var , smt - AnOF fet R $19 9 a- nely i out Yo um m@ an ijieon BF | Conve r) — nnand own > ttrac DOWN PAY On 
out Br rom Dist a 4 ing ng fam me is id Sif 300 > nr ~ stl bath 5 be NO Ror ow cos ours a- N Ilva Chu nientiy oll ale, a RST 7 with tive whi MENT 
the is anch ave rict Line ro rm... ey, Wit deal fo A — OQ S- wis. PB a, Temece N R schach Ser N. ARLIN JA. 7-6 | rom just locat lo Pho ari picket ite f 
large room You'll love ughed plumbing: separ r the | i ee 3 = EAL Re | RA GTON 660 sho 3 dio ead in sed Su: of 7: 2- | a t-fenced yar b 
s. $18 9 Ove rms., 2 im | ne and ate cir | si) reatio cial br ner * Kl tv JE alty MA room r $ I exs fr Pall nda 5515 ms. AD * ni yard Ouse 
100x180 950. situi baths = potent pe se restion room, | ok hai 2007 M 8.310 CHEST y -370 PER ee Hh gael pamecn ion aemoal NEA with fi 43 bre lare and 
ystom tot , S90 inz landsca ohtutted en ‘beads Ri. 9-8 with a Sees some = with t. Verno 6 ERBROO 6 arene. Ginine goo : RM a replace and a | . = 
puis tre with hz distan ped | on bed- | nal. 22) oan te a ae Soe nA K. 3-hed $18.9 . eee amet. aoa 3 cLE can: and a coal’ ? 
w at 9426 frame his shoppin ce © lot with a dee ASBOC aB0Ct Ar to ar Only — ve.. Ale em is we A --- full rms ; ; 50 Pe joed «& ct light . ‘aree Bed AN uipped ining a real rm. 
broo $ Dubar bunga- abie s. Flex . A B. - ATED BROW xandria ~ ‘Cole brick and it min all emt. i‘ bat Gi : 814.980. © ing. s¢ rms.— and c a. woe fam- 
$) x Ty ave ible chu ik- BRO ald bar ing. 2 nial d f min with t . Lot ha. 9 x 50 o reais p- = acrT omf a la kitch 
$19 oo, or assume P at, LAUREL financing avail pe (Pete vei ARLINGTON Sg Hg Mee has air’ condi- tod rack ee to do-it teep| Artax Realt nly 8130 down| condi $19 950 Baths | ne fortgule tide pantry 
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Sal 4 Ra ey | ELLE HAV rO tel we ys ot you Daw ms colors. B tow and and Y JE 4.49 swe in TE. 6-7244 caped yard coment 
Y of R ler on Ww this rambler sis SDS a = nis ig th MBL LU . nes an Hwy ark S pine-p ivin rs in ¢& ia th prin : ge 4.7 
drews oute 5 aterloo huge r ige. | rkling uild been lookin lo ER | g co 2 “| NORTH hen IS M mi eneied Sto, See gfield ho 
be = Ss r Base , ear AD | are P onuDe. uy. fF 3-bed ~ S| you _ oon! " vely hom | in S i LUMBIL in ce. cozy, ARI WN *.* ever had AD ~" fren recreati sis Brick 
nged worms a shae full kit ch m ie” br > bat ant ng for fri @ you'v Here | A PIKE aor com al aton 2-212) a ho Mre ace. C ek o~ | MO .000. $27 Ra 
| snsce | s den en wit “bath om aths. de 3 ler cht wh e | #8 is an ideal nes Conven al sh fortabie : use lik rs. Wr all toe m | ONTHLY 2/08 DO mble 
3 acres tes fees. ‘i ni ce th dinin ea << en love! ree bedr ere | for t fine A Gee! brick livin lent ¢t arp-look Cape cx one e this m. oy. ! Y PAYM WH F r 
ston goes th pay none tran ved stree sodded a7 Dbeautif: eparate y livin arms . } 7 the co riingto ramb bul! room to everyt ing se od ; 4 Lare , MENTS HA 
Longamiwere yan Be Si payment. JAMES I bree all gui tached garage. dining room | priced under GI a aera r r IT! ine fy bookshsives yjhing. “34x13 5 Pais S GLAD Shaan: Mange ga | windows. separate © _— 
800 eran ré ow ous MUN down e. | tohen. At TOO! ale: bi ap amily | Bre . itche 1 Sep ce a smth — an, V a edrm parat ith 
r¢ On DY CK et 6m Ate : m an ie 2 raisa! : Ram ment nm. oc arge bed arat nd New!) ave aoe * , a. tracti is . e ai pict 
peg OPEN a Bey VAS ieghow | pe nd dining, Aree. vice | ecbeae bier w/Huse GI lot voltae. Beat bedtoomts’ tare Newiy decor. 3 bedrm. if much cig parbage atch ping rm 
rand _ Bes KI R oad ive 4 d kite extra | base m. »b Loan enient P . ee ull ba storage ea an rm. & = eeeemalittaietmeneaae j p j dry isposa! 4ouble at- 
DOUG ens See. 2 TE 9-166 ealto — hen with om, wes ges terme riced bin bad se-} + *O e acti w-y-*: ear on le ee sink 
M. SM you a fo 2 tet 6-3372 rs bath a beer ast 6 with | GI le As ambler J O$ $16,850. level Sev ven c, fenced ep tree m Pu yare ment washer. 
ILEY eee only 81 or J Ge GL $1650. -_ | meonthiy pay sume 815.400 434 500 MAGR Con rhs wees vard. Close | most rd fenced, ADB tot, 
uN. 4 easily e a love od (4 12.950 ALS 4-1520 orge 00 nd tiled cellen iy pas $2450 400 4% ull)’ UDER “| a2 180 Priced | $ and lose TE Li App} lot 
-8260, Eve oo Fee tes poor | an BR XANDRI 1403 N H R | lot. — ooo cash a% | 2-ded | TI with 8 gel slop. | n 6-7244 STING 7 proved 
ves.. AP. 7 wood eau 15.500: 1 rm. ho nd rt K A AR Courth ucke Pi just f{ cated o $105.37 Total | An rm. ti ee NKLE i ew ' e 24-M 
1-4675 hed “ab +e = ist me CAP ARL ouse Ra r Co ike Oo ad ty leve Ex- ished r 2-bath b 208) | JA BRO a r ir ¥ T 
bedrms tiled +5 . ni te Saiened ree. 5p ao. ee 5-1 DE A O | ov Liv n« 
ed eee Code -_ — aatuen E CO BRI INGTON A 5.  - a Dohenkae | Soria: 060 Ot ges 207 RTIE | HOM LIVE -T344 
—_ iv. rm. 2 ni NOR 8585 _JB. 2 > aTEPr’ lumbia n da e wit Ev S E IN ree OWN ON ; 
| smalt down 5 bath: ful ~ ura!) $10 $13.9 D) sw CK CO amet: Sn call -1878, Gl J-W REA: n| Wow Tt s. JS | LEE A PART OF 
| oe oe ae Fa!| $1080. be 50 tunted LONI ae vise win | WOW THES | 4 oat ana ucts, [AL Lap yee 
rh im: ore . paym ot & smt quick ow «a eq sect in the IAL JE Pict —-r ALTY ppraised, rea A neat $] 2, 4 , BA Pr IT 
R d ' np achoo!] ta sa. ‘. ppraisa! room ion of ever po C 4.3447 ure , & LINGTON ~—. baths A BARG | »y + and tri 50 ' KER 
3 —~ ras a mi) IR ~ by! k and will wrner pric S and “ riz pular ol e = oy N ——$— bam . inis } 7,300 Leal < in with fr % m 2< ; N &, S$ 
sans wood 1 past out ¥v ee off U sacrif moved ~ e tor kitchen scree ington wood - um ; rT + scr hed recr Gt Ss. tm ull base bedrm Wash ON, 
$ ] 2. 95 UY "BUR * Boing 2 ra. right = perye H — No. : + Vacant of pa ——— _ tpelud ~ ~My 8 % bia Pine As mod € a Noe eet ed a rm - sf pore RA. firepiace 23- bungs- | Pie: ie ington ve ‘ A) 4 INC, 
_ TeCoLAnS 0 RCH. RE to 9600! si (100x200 ~ FE aan) Se way; good es... asber, SUIT S ae SE rian plit Le ne 8 a 90s rac yee, ts =i ee / AH , cinies Fm and a OMO! — x. Va. 
Sutahie lor. DR. CLINTON AIR-CONDTT 70. 9.2083 Co. tiv retteeraien. ‘auto sere ot| ARLING value for $16.95 YOURSELF | meni. rec. Tm. 0 paths with vel! 4, qhonschact y lanels| Behe $7ce of Shepp walk ST RROW'S ~ 
buy te or sub m bun . - ~ oe rm | separs auto che T eer] A otili: Ey ; one s with ere 7 JR « gels shal! pine. walk- 
or bull division. £4.08 uy in 10 rm w/! with rate da washe 2212 Wilso ON ar rranee ‘lized ¢ ery «& opening base. MT - Exc FIRST an bus lin YL 
ANDY’ ener A re Pull 3-bed Tm 2 bet firepl ining fr ss Llson REA a 670 your Be « for chai ine at sro and VER TIM tratfo “ ING 
bungalow Ww NE ® win * dining room, b xcepti | Sand til th on } piace. Rt. B: ve J LTY Columb ur bud financ TODAY to harm n ha uae Relle NON BR IG z orrrhi a 
kit; loc iv. rn “< - bode Rooters ~~ Ae ~e, asement tional Belvoir. bath 24. fir: 3 bed. W ARLINGT £7 -2300 modern Pines ‘of! ee ont ay! dive out end’ t been| $700 Haven BLY Le GS RE -_ 
- located rm oa bor ees fence {oor yenigum, hom elvolr screen 2q fir. bed- EEK TON WN "Ti 9 bier n 3-bed offer eautiful it and onomy brick cash oh Coun * Hwy ALTY 
_ on 4% ae 20d enced rs. Dis | storm cept G and W * ide 8:0 N END w! . room s spacious. OPEN inspe erick Col uys ¢ try at Glebe CO 
res with or hich set Jot. Excel landscap cept OL Tae ashington. for Pt oo brick SPEC na es. ‘arse | brick ram- Direct 1P pect) 35 stors a oy ub plebe Ra Read 
PYLES for Ap ping ent sahecla, 2 lent net ed | xi t-isen n. Will ac ee IAL ty, B- A fam a ot M 15 storag: pine- ate, 3 todeme. i. JA. 5-8 geeky See 
REALT poin*ment rifice and exp bis. 2 emeniary sh- HUN entional ac- eatin liv 2 r with ' equi m. din repia icture ah ra. t ut te ace panel 402 : e's tmm 
| : : ss uipped da | @ pped in im ii op. 9 Gilford H R | od de emporer: tr ediat 
JO. &- Y CO., INC. | J PE $13 30 8 bu ks. to one Ti NGT son-| 2 com pace. N kiteh ylight | ning r kite area in ltv- and right o ifford’s vy. © K L “K - “ : ‘1’ ~_ rary uly ite oc 
$800 “Til A RTIF PRINCE _ ON—G a By hen with | ficht “bem Co fully Psollow cur’ sink ice as, Mal _2-2800 ANE, wre “Bi plenty of ce “te upancy 
ee hott ie pis feos sien coisa aie || Onir t eset i @lamondst” Walk fear wat odared tet wath. | ARLINGTON REA a te, Kot @ speck of an | 3 Py 
“ edrm to thi HAVE fl rick = ow VA TH | $20,750! 5s an alk- ts. bath. 2212 Wilson BA oT : i ~BO._ 58-4117 pleas sparklin dugt og storas ck firepit inside - 
THIS pk wy ‘ Cape Cod Mm BEEN condition: Ful te ’ _ pppratess Vv 24 W E CATE a bus.) PRIC ' EALTY This 3- 9 GI—DEL pfs. North Ari a | yore , savwhere én hearth rage _ fireplace om ine 
5 et EI imanagesete ton Pul ac A tlson EC ED hay JA. 7-9300 beauty, wit! 8 forth Arline’ Ley Ne ett pact rai all w 
A D ssrocnes a smt er the Bal 5.| dini rm. aut ull basem a ~- Lit Bivd ORP. FROM e500. $i brick N : 7s 7. wit -old bric AY s irms ten on. TI y secti in a Pitcher a + ee ie with 
ral real Y) lH O fenced lot: | kit stor zet =. rms ne tiled” he autiful neat ae pre? home G JA $-1717 | : $ ] 7 750 level lots $i7 “x ranchers how with ‘firepiace, So =e oe & San ot led a A one is ren thw th a. of ben with 3 ginne ell” with 
AKLAND use - vo utifull window eas heat bath; ver kit nag rm. se Liv, ra excellent nets : EXTR . ages & with tree $18.9 priced patio. and di ite tn. a i a, walk nished ths. full win-sise? copper birch cabi: . autiful’ 
colonia! } MD. 3 bed than = ; "and FH rd shrabbed| 8  agyl i Anch > vrenetia 2 bed. 5 din. rm rm « — neigh all- EMEL rages Gee porch 6, some al Big. CRV Ancnh nette ania 5 & an oo al evel reerea | lot aan top - eye-level cabinet "h a 
ain. tn liv. tm drm. brk. 300 1 2 approved 2 eualifie ae Sa =| foil be oun” Geena replace bor- | MENT—B Y Low Shows br 85 Siboe blocks with ga-| Gall tos ~ sa om. Beck| 8 kitche: , Ra mn room at and freezer » Bos, cieaming 
a., , ' { IN RO ti! ymte ified yard. 5.| tau Bes a ols kit. with large ALAN DOW oy 3 00 to from a! 1 to for corn - ~F ‘ ag ye m at o> Bey ishw 4 and co ine 
aun ki 5 y/tirepl Cc SiR } vete 5% m eme Osa! ith cE ¥ t t $2500 all . » bi her — and f livi ro top asher unt 
porch, ' 2 full tga N T wae / rans arket nt al. re dish- | LIK PAY- Mi y on) dow 4 loc io | OG ne , full ving 1 om ~top refri , er- 
pet. drapes son — hs, EW, = BEDRMS, . * Davis pA at 230 DOWN KI wick JA. $8 sok “home ter porch. Larchmont R ER | house by y ON ViLLace own. _ Kl oa KANE ras to bus. Gf Keene Bpaciou Necladed | daylight 2 PULL TILED tole 
gt She Mar | tO Mile AT “S I. Attrac Witton Bis Mg Pe ; | 721830 cL. eal Wr neste, at al. Th 7 ' ur s level eythane bees droom), bri 
acaped bar, ! m. with Ix. D HS. PU RICK Corner | tive son B & Lv es. RE r. Lud-| ty, } | Death eeds w ort pom is oO WN TE . | N L W 0,000. lot.| #2 ation ment m), HS 
barbea with % Ph land Beacon H C.. 20 tek ck HOMES rear s lot: | brick ‘4 cus c 8-6240 | 6-316 nc. |B s and: ith 4 gone . aor N BE. 6-2 Rand . oe | ne inclos space with bright 
nd- 20 TO a Si > eee o. 3 JE. 4-3 ent, 2 half ight t GI 2293 FOR : ers, Ee B - with 46 
dertul ue pH —" vd. with VE ghts., R PT ME fining reened p acon M det tached 2055 | CRE 4-3900 heat arage 1 . . fut OR Cc USE 2. | low AS Inc. | sessio nd avail wder r {We ~ft 
Ly oe. stately ee eon- | , iverdal ADB! ve; a ies vitchen A B ee SCENT financing perfect roof “tal i 1M ONVE thi settlem Pe JA. 725 | B, Price ome one he spiace 
for poe NJ 0- YR. e, Md. way | fled p.  pvine a hen hee IG N ba) =. $2000 t eond oll . MED NTIO P s house ent be , 2500 ca : 200 | ie $20 oulek and 
y O MA LOA } door 6 storac ol pel a 2 be n nT! ARLING LLS 4 be own ition. baw This lATE oc NAL | airfax C in Co st vou ¢c sh plus 319 pose 
PYLES REY APPOINTM ONE NS | 8, ‘storage attic. Slidin stair. OPEN | OF TON’ ment, tat fone Tt CuP x Co. Va. Loca cee th T ve 
ALTY ENT $12.7 Y DO xt ein y yam Siding air.| Ravuble LP SIRABL S MOST ment, lars 2 full b ee jocateg 3 ANCY tiful 16.000 sa. Loca ‘ed ub iis, | A O QUAL own 
JO. 8-580 of a 4 50, $7 WN 8-1 568 A app closet; fms ee ee M | ALL E LOCA | 2b yrs, tot. $1 aths. full | fcowens jock it -becrm convenient the ft lot. this bea is rthur IFTED V 
Oo ‘til inc } INCL ; 9 M A. . room rms ick hu met Tn -BR] TION R 4% 000 do base- linea. 5 center om F , brick ing nience ‘ utmo this h au- N 2 ETER 
6 P +] -L. TA oO. ‘hl * LT me © nusuall oo | ALL Better wn Nav minut and airlin | ms. 2 b s and st ip house | ~~ Ra W ANS 
TOOK NO FU et pnb hich at operas Jttonan 650 DOWN | Bi ates tn a aeRO pte, Bite |p Reiter call now. tc Y Annex. Modern "Pentag mise | Seer. Lasers a comfortable iv: sities Gin aal soe 
Way | ae ote we CE . v- Gant color a - Se ath, 21- eor | HA 7-888! foeme,_ pie aund itehen. a ori own A. a -- h on ist Hebe, JA. 7-5 ' 
K NO F 200 Ps Riverda, alto.-W LENT | eran R don’t | Price. are full fully ing rm » 21- 2 a ooms BIG! RLINGTO ns > INANCL averour te and en. auto | vai ne room ree din with b Lst = -5200_ 
URTH right t to 6 le ra ash Bi ed Brick « have t $10.500 ?- ab. wil _ base equip and nd 3 AN BEA N NG A inds r stor | he seq heart with ine “'L.”’ reek - = 
| 2 6th out) park.| Por bath em idet to be | 2 n ment iipped ND AY U RRAN sno) pest. En h: frep| 27-ft K 
TEMrL HIS. cr | “Digi enesen ta ath| Bee acai Sasa” feet | : siete ee “S| s:begen a a IFUL! SARA SoRD 10 weet! fe pay eters taper IN 
abes, Pai be reg St. Bar $14 a EDPORD ave right| schools. KI 8 = te front ing at Seven Co and seh ~ Se tom-built 3-bath Cape Cod | Rall entr heme soe $13 tonal recreat:: frepia with. pie- CRESTWO 
ul al) a! r ° 4 8- ' th ‘ or 90! rms 1-€ | ute a . - s bdric lud bed — - ce, — 
Sal it Se con see $2 Si a4 Pei e.. reh. ‘ ST ae HYA rt EVIL er ood ft -NEW 108 ae ional financing where. about & to] indiviaual "featur “bed — A en, Be | ‘the situated 0 me center: D Asem’ yr Po ' ex — — ¢ Eau! sad ed, . CO OD 
s home convent re iLLe| & grey ambliers rect avai! conve oO entiona! a’ i Mant well-pr to the min - irecti ‘ . mises D dryer u fan was ipment Gai. O 
CAMP . bedrme ional fin PARISH R mile to Pe he 2 painted yond ions Out lable nolan 4 +e PHA 4 tiled aaiaed tea yet 2on- Sh irtir ons 1 -22 auy 4 Assume | thes er. disvo . 
i. _ sree est baths, ii om GE OF paver & nee Bg ee white| oi niey ra Gut teen col Eero é s. $24.950. in” bath —. eo rans | cir ston sho Shirley ofesaaee ex: sting Gt s0-ve > ONLY PX 
ler ot rT 5 hed 7309 rer. . Ha : ful) ths. liv brick ; ne mor nd Alex n. conve n 7 10 rd to ois right nlvd ib ‘ er full bat bh ee and — has “ and > circle x Tm + oon hey te Open 8 950 th a tot Gl 30 . 4 Ariir 4 years 
2 tire fs baths ine Dr.. + “a ery A. = Demet rec = ‘se | recr rm ee enient : "A our 2 and on e- inancin baseme brick Dri use s rough 4 to Fe urn r igton si nter ant Dir Sat and a. sale ear iy tor > s ald tec 
, . - : a ‘ m.. 20.{t o Ri mod Mc g. $2 nt. G ram- ve o pace f hed - r ight ign ol. + PF ectio iSun / s price ving 1 in atci located 
other in Q-car scr. pore - oswell pemer bed Gen 0 window. 1 v- INGT ei hou + 1.500. l or PH OPE ut tod Or ex odel. f tur up Gu around Pairtf nm: O rom dinin om & chies iin N 
e yom garage om — AP 7 Co. 7 arege kit rms... ry 3d }b lix20 2312 W ON R se. Both h< _ Direct N ] p ay! ° ous se at " left eter lan binte t bee Arlinet lites oaiien rrr “ yt fireni ce ith n 
ie ew: mp 826.990 TT! a WA ae s33 ne ) haust { “when. m 2xl4 PR he "2 Wilson_B! EALT . reag —" just 4100 vOSi 8 N M L + 1616 Ke bik . oo Route Ni aa b\ ? 7 Be aa ~~ A suxe k are ~ 
n na m Spri urD 4 . y rm an. ¢« aple led b - _Bivd. yY cy or im com acro biock orth o arc nwood dr ximate! “ 2 bund atin e ned 71 itchen re 
oie ill d to Cool ridge or ip tl A BUY? price ou sc, range, re pete. = ARLINGTO! — 7.9300 | inspec sovaill- mediate” sceupan- across Chain _* Se — JE. 4 rimvorit Realt ave. gli 4 ly ae copia to a prem ; Je vith 
to IN rice . of ho uti ny. + or an- | ge ign. or 3-2 7VN rook D- achao!« leve! ntre semen 
aMane, otf Ola fe. Dues. -REST HEIGHTS | eB er ai REAL SUPE M. Call JA. 4.1300 | ‘ARLINGTON Ri nore " OPEN Fh EV PROSISE ‘cone ice. OF rut ior" pacts 
rm. bd) 7 3 - | Be 250 5 > WwW . is 156 0 p i cont , PH ellent 
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ome iD 2 fir rm. di | fee peom bric N * REA n-QI -Bed rovh S nh Blvd LTY FAR R. 3- ome, is 
sL 380. 1a aks Surreundit o- | bedrooms. siete Colonial 1S Wy LTY rm.,3 THE yhill & EE DIRECT M 2341 CALL ted tion - 
ly surround! ort. | @ rooms ning ——, hom Ki. 8- iYTE & £0. Ga , -Bath BUILDER WORLD’ Son 5 7-9300 left ION cLEAN MRS 
ort. | ment: ining room. Kit «ap, .| ot 8-186 T. ALE rage—B Ra ORLD'S LARG S| OL left, off 12 8: Fr MBS. LEON 
| vient oes! heat bath kitehen a RR Ww asem wis 0 Lee H BRICK EST RAM tO o hous ge MY D S. JA. E. JA 
SUITLAND = he SOUT lovely uit bake- ALEX ealtor: ith Won ent—$ rie wy. Alincen, Ve. U BLER— W) eon Fight snd <¢ C. turn SH we 
4 rambler. Rd Wome ove | ar SOUTHEAST REALT me -BEMINARY rs ‘it 6 DON’T peony sig nd FAIRFAX COUR gton. Va | she iy attracts Ve ACRE = bedrm tram t and —_ — Fa | rfax V HANNON &, LUC 
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2: garage cor base! oard separate dow! pays he et E AS IT HIS ee 4 bea brick ; bitche 23 er-hall TONE. A} ESSER carace: full Daseme = oat 630 : | » Arlingto ° 
aes ed a schools” bs smt rm. large dresmns at A LE PRI E | 822.950. rrooded ths i ram- Sounaie . — birch ail~el bed- Pcs ales ae 4 £2 i MONTH RICE A 
a ;. VIELD | ast > stores large liv rm jeans . nd Not CE Ter lot. 100x: recrea- hav D w. f both li cabinet ectric U R 5S : “sis: $0 ws lo vyone ce TOTAL. RA R 
pa as evel. tat rm. be. BRICK. % AP. 7-7 GEORGES Will 0 Beau 8 ROOM AND BATH: | spec -~ » =~ panne 9 1A — ‘LINDSEY 4 . caies i. og and | Famil wning §- O18. and Lea aie | find o home it! E FIND! 
a) ho rm . bat! smt.. rth op.| ° eutiful . ATH — = a aon. : ES reez eviaces: | s little fis — = m bungs - some wh ns oft ' 
gee sitttsa! ver = | Prat ei fining Fat scanners oe ‘COLON! Wa? ile tees COUNTRY ee. Ler #2 Sake Util This hon y Gr owing? | Beceem: is home ‘needs dnge-| Back, the fre ere the owner ‘wads 
TEM eae ' _UN cE GEORGE 1 te ly , wil or en ions am. eee r AL own te Situat y C Wes|l wo Al 3 reer ane is : strmore +s m= ou can only Lee mneing & trust na will antis 
PLE j . Ri} 7m a equip to tertal clous!) endo ealtor REA Ww ated o “COU! Re ey RTH | edrn lv : ea) fo Sub-D hestn realiz Ww He o eas . mak a take 
; \ge HILLS— 4-1166 PS RE own . meet al ning « ly pilar 4A A s-Deve LTY ashin nv af SIN Bacio Bl can eauipt 38.. of fome ne ivision ut at.. - ide ights a) to hh ing th 
= ° bedrm 404 € i Oo ALTY lifetim | the r nad de ined RLING opers CO. | brick gton. h ew mi ' de. A anen., baset pec ki ul featur N in with eenter h and ° handle ® 
- i br jull Ra pen S A , CO. | °-acre e hom equirem signed or {TON B JA muni ramble ere is & nutes f _— rl. JA Inc. | A ment whens athe. 2 f a an fireple al! a9 hn) $1 In 
tenty dn besltas Bast “a HILLC 7 y. go | Bad Se site that a a . cloe-tn, con - Aga bedi. $200 Spa ols custom- YT INIA ionties 9 | ged nese wate full : W VAC NIT a bed aT . miei as living —_ 
suempivod nis soucit | sas2 23 HE! | Bog pubis eng or aces | 3h “it iy iestcee Hi Three Generous efsiaohacn| the Be mug’ As A ct or creer aia! pit | Mere m ANT | ie args. dining fe. 
Por Tem spacious ' offer f{ rd Plac GHTS ' must nivy 15 m privat “lose to JA. 7 . Wilson &B I ESTA $14 nen if qd ba ths rous be and h mes. the Dist ituate Bu li get ne ‘ at $13:900 : prior ¢ : ‘BRIG mei con £ 
i tom tal Av ple Hil turin or new e Con : aaa see th in. to @ schoo JA. 7-4448 FE iva \TE C .750, $: eplace, a ful drooms ouse charm strict a L mi 9g yY their fn calls 13.900 e sett Ce R yenien 
sign e.. to G ls eapd ng 3 bedr brick sider hb fe appreci is unuU D Cc Y is ves. JE Arlingto ORP = _ ‘base and a po eT Wit nutes ‘ con money odayv Just tt ement! lee MW EAL t 
ull kit rooms waaabie est atures ate th sual off ou IE 4-40 os. Va ‘A s} ment 2| 4a roh th h R... is «a rom wong R s wor Cali O Bey. at TY 
OPEN pice I chen, 1% Dates Fea-| qualifi ae Kh fering | ARL! 15 RL aw has| band . se and brick | Shar we eal ‘th V. 3- ; Bt Glebe Bd ee) 
‘TIL Comet. ree. Fe uapernte tbs. larae = ae — inal mom | INGTON ome INGTON urees;) Ron me! a real steal on | «| MULTIP ty, 3069 | lebe Bd JA 3: 
: NS Teal ‘steal on to- LT ne | A ' 
REAL crest Hess To with fi place. f . intme quired Subst o : ROC pall ALTY ; see th oniv rooms o -—— Prt JA pe rs 
ei rep ull nt Bho an. | A is © $14. ex- B31 NO O 
veges Agree Ta Re ate a oF CHAS. H = | Gl on | $20°"Owser_ Bie __ OPEN SUN,, 2 t HEY, -K maa n Deen ub Manors 
Pi] ‘ ocks and | oa on 6- HOO RAL sees. oa f and Sey AL Come 
J0. 8.5806 Ti “ivr | SALES Pes ai eg DARLING TON PALES se wa | ee TAR | ,S Be at he ai=| the Pentagon pear lf ey out A Screened | VARIETY 
. | = R en | rd.. | left ridge a ae R ) s th 
Hou ra ALS 6P : sh p A wan pes be ructe any ALIFE _ 3-119 an eft on- left o to Ar! you ea D and & ‘ ek 
E MA ——— rt mae droom + th oo. ‘OR H is a Ope mn Lyn nS 2 nS - a toy co iat The have a e 
orien | ist’ bedroom ‘brie Colon solidi | porars NIA a ee ; Arlings| fan. ave” you ie, There are 3) nai | MO ynote h 
OMM rE CO Ss con t~afte lo og pora ghtful ¢ CUT | RLING - . oe Se) See ~+ og. 1 E. Sean fae all th Fo ) VE ere 
Bea wb PRO ) viR PI wentene T "Colonia! in 3- 5 ry! Ca _~ a of iE 2212 T st Do Pop wi! ur bath: ba tite ral untain a RIG 
TCKEY'S sans Vga - CURE S 8 ihe never ° within nS | at nat hte a the contem-| Wilson Biv iy REALTY ' Butch OPEN like the tse. sc Fe, Lon ae nd Barbecue RAMBLERS HT IN 
: Scree ramb) irgint Ti | LAT nai oe ing e-—~b 250' al ent T.93 | indo 1oor ED C screene: 4 Ac k 7 ‘mea 3 & 
MOVE IN NOW hee uae bs 9.| Brick 5. ue sete a eal mrt 2. | ARLIN GTON. inspection any-| WHAT'S IT W cons! Euan the 18-foot BiLiwos | place A= Ny rambler with cikeatian! 64 Gad 
AP. 7 s pecans 5% ully | e¢ geener les, | on A seen th LS _ N a OR KL 3- E OW RAISED at $2 ure| 2-car ree-studéed. — Bt clei &-% BED 
$100 _ 0 own. Ex GT loa uipped Bee and | poseaees 2 -acre ése be oF : "REAL ow TH NER D at $2 hed.| with carport tudded. % with fi 4 LEVEt DRMS 
TSVILLE— WwW clusive. woth ona Steen ; k se e of shad lot sutiful i ge i. ALI ee ft 4 BE CALL 271.000 many od wee re. a3 
io , | Pict iting: | e. 4 with R L Ys BRA ME custo y thr lot ss 
a5-ft ; } RDIN- i r 000| Fr ure wind livin real p an aa HU you $13.96 | Ra S. AT | m feat ough $ BDRM 
“for h artesia acre. fru “ NSH hry with indo g room icture-| Ram r ha Ss? R “7 “Ske is 2. 0 4 lance .—$80 tures out 26 95 Ma 
il ae ewe ye weil. it war-| itehen ieture separat 13x23 na lz 1 MEA ARE. 3-bedres at OrrEn ition , S118 pe OCA $33 W 950 UP 
. ome pienty huge c e wind e din with —FPover NG N - 3585. ttracti DOW | rm. b ose enced per mo eH | 950 iL 
count 7 ko auto of | AL @ chos twin- ow. 4 ing) 2 etree er int roo ve C LAN mode un on. M yard spot) ‘ L T 
So ee a | EXA ground-level sized e lu fein-dined’ i o 21-f ty B+ E ag ® ove somveniont. J. F RAD 
— $62 mo BRA NORIA rice. co - R bedrooms. h.-w D ~sined extra | fores liv. rm pe, Teen, frepla ad. Lars sere let; ante sc ining tm. | M: in with down} | ULLER E 
$200 can have N DDOC erms ey trance an are with everythi Gheentne mb kitche oor. Atti 2 t ~ KR. separat living | LYNN R cares reened po dig | annas R down Ba reg i, GROO WALTER OPEN 9 
DOWN AR A K RD CO fered ft rerveine e-in. conv ath. ont I og TE mares Ge. oot Festh, Ity., J ays} 3A. 7 ap ie M CO. R REYNOLDS 
i wexpen. ett 21S IRLING LON ad & S| a Leone oa venient “to rect  cousiien ol yy bes JE down.| 2-5 Gi—Brat cE. 2 TING K NOLDs 
oly une’ attic Almost BE Ds TON A Rea PAL R son.| 4 Ler ased wi ice. 810 to onsidered eat ed. Pull | 0 ag ra 22-9400 -bath. »b Brand 3] 10 PEN BROKERS = - 5, co. 1 
9 Reg je: 8000-80. -ft full RORAMENT Itors-De EALTY | 2533 E th low dows CAR peak. Ch en separat neher Ww | Site aia or tember. * — 9 TO 7 — 5757 wa, 
nap. bik.” Mov 9 SCHOOL A selepe CO. | ABE se sco ; "4 HINK. sivedrms | oan ade. ca Separate Gin, rm. al. bedroom 20. | 
My a i M 8 gg Ree Mo 3200 RLING rs 7 J on Blvd TATE C pen Sun  HINK 750. ms a sepa porch | ished shwasher gi all EXTRAS. DR | B _ 
pte te ™ ove right poo rate Pato Oo TON. A. $-6200) Arlin 95. day, |! dts dis. ta.| ieent:. car er an [electric te IVE-BY ; rick - 
— PAYM PH WNE “VIR ston. V aa a.m." Pg ru..| 2e- cateerty me -AND C “me yews 
rm. or. ENTS ABt R LEA GIN . 4 Are. "Til Dark | blocks to shops! § Mitt View | “cavlnt bane | BR 5c PA O10 
canes bamt My + 3 bedr A bri ABOUT Priced VING 1A) ARLI ark A ention ria are VIEW in han ht base- A ROCH nial 
an me. m.. w! ic 4 $86) 950 a’ G COU NGTO 5? ONE pace tS U | 7 al s. CR in bh t Ww a. | MA Ju LAL 
eB wie wie 2 etached peo: 3-bedr at ap NTR D N | NE : UL ~b 106 M thlebe ra andy ui 6468 pest 6 om SCH 
79 os ull & drms., ho ent praise YY p ON ui be rd _& Alexan ED ome ort wal OO 
BEAB $300 DOWN - pa: 4G ~~, rt, bathe lent conditio I of $ x | NGA Modern 0 . CO. INC. c ROO ome jp Fall alk fro L 
Py HB. - baths UR eee on, le of 518° | = Si \LOW cente bric ) Taree lot fy tO, Ron a s0re7 ony. to M BR et ge irom thie ¢ 
_ ama! ae By oe he ata ving rm pe: oan” fall livt exce!- AND and ns. © Conv | rms er hall k Tamb aay lot ints Ma ARS public new d ICK aoe. ist-fl tam!) pom Pn  my 
‘ m meso is well in so br nd tiled  dini mn r room NEW! roo ma ers 2 enient ) ii and ler . neat drm ll move | chur and ept. st twin- lL. bedr y-sis jous | 
40 mo e. nd ®--bed- rear el in Kite en nis ~ . - es baths. ng rm rm, for x and bat Each fence is cana moth ki 00d bedroo to| — ba ths. 3 laree with Falls C his ,_=—— b, Fambier on | rr ee and Darochial cente pase - bed cise 't with din Y 
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ung) “full bem a oa geo en A ge 5 nes = ar, eS aaae in eee R 20 per mo h: aeonids ‘ ed; only cious: laree ot tivine | oy jouse. Lares pe, Neirwass pals churee. years , « case) gide hs nap 8 oer _ ee , ae, Dorek eperme sep. bath, 
rm. ‘7 e juxe shoppin d mos way fo ' rs shoppt ge. nice men ed eees ‘A Co t. Ancho | ore nice tf Grive. careze | N REALT at euty in beautiful ed pore rma; di us liv ay ‘#21, 50 als arace full 
or ficken oll ‘he uted elec. tae I 8 ae I, McC b Sngremns and yard uced F ‘RLIN me on out. ered. $21.9 - a a ‘ty se 750 saute Teseee | ~e #-. Arf Ex a. govase. see 
at. 1 entr.. $1680 price AY, AY zie transp rom 221: GT out, L 21,950. appra | A JE. 4-27 JE. eyes eee. lot tech. ga ?, ax cellept 1 riced « 
acho fore oo: pra he McCAY INC | $26 520,000 to PALES cite ON Oey aE ay: yore sal | vou wa Y BE! a oe srgsee| By Sot Je 32500 
ting ¢94- ves ; ) 00 | wood ac ’ : H Vv - 
AL BAKER wel ARLING . EL. 6-4308. | Right in th : lage P rambler: 2: Oe ‘Ti 9 mse. 5 a HAVENT E BEEN LOOK! | y \ wy BA Build 
& bs INC. built | rick - aout, | wann’s walking heart of Cis : ee nde ast Cay d- en ce. 062 per mo | Sieeree — Sa erin AND | if ~ area of RAMBLER 
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pom 2 “ad ae ith $5000 to 1,000. B rubs M to nd very om axes TWIN 8 you will be pr + | BASEM MS... : ual Homes 
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piv. ; N WILL BUY Cian REAM CO E : | ; 'Rity., JE. 2. 31 and pure “ALL Pwo PULL, ai nspect Ou O | A BIG 1 T, PORCH, hs, 
room va ke Noo ructed mw R 10 FO CHEN ‘W ¥ r NCE 8 5. | r tf BIG ITH LOTS = 
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959 N. Monroe. me _ Inc pains 3, a rs individual: | Breve EAR MELPAR re PRM W/PIREPL. aa | SPACE! 0,750-—-SEMIDETA 3° erin ope NCY 
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2400. fenced: ag 2 Dace. Sadat need in taht “Baseboard AND Aya MT $13.200-—6-RM. D CHED TO BF ARK ANG NCY WIth COM: 
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penta b lec ilichen ye fire- | Nara price 8: ot-Wate ING $17.10 ETACHED | OP ae €. 3. 
y a- he with rm.. mein 24. 950 r He O——. N “ 1815 
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b on lower a Soper Sy 3) 4a MPSON er payments, a ~ Spart Ari. Vs. 3300 M rolet very rs or inal 
Pen wer tevel: fal anoiher| IN 2-21 = $8 Century hard an Se an; 
an wat all | “ sa driven ardt WH 
_ Rity., Je. 2 2- 3 on gy a FA tT a eee ee a we ek a Se CH ae =. 4412 bey INC. | 
Hat RAND “NE 119| mony LOSE-IN” 09-0 site: A . oe bees a CADILLA te dG been | Chins eae CHEVROLET WARMINGTO ara "seulpped "rane 
ree W -ACRE FARM a ‘so « r SEDA ) 
Sse onle eet rambler w o Dn. P for poultr FARM 1 L snteaters LES W Wa OLl| mile Gtrs “end hae” , | Fenland ‘70 Pate iy “een 
ceptional! lon ¢ hav : m ” ow y, shee now tiels, other ANTED leage: les of he with chia oF 
a ne 5 tim e rn ee r j as br nd 
Sask room, a" bear built ef gto, F BEDROOMS recent ner. ood as nee! ale animals ae jovebirds, "s al : Bi 96 nfhae Mt 7. and) Ch vA mf .000 Metwai| £ r ae sorjeinel rome 
anna ne * @ull bamt.. | BASEME buildings brick h s on reds gon aod gh - 14th | -** han AL. uldm inte ission, az 
! m om an hr ; &. clea 9-4-9444 01 se ( good atic; rior ‘ — 
Ru Rity., _JE 2-3110) Pitveet 864 4c & BATHS fy Oe farm $2. up, oe 7 : sr, mWocte sand a J stats a imerior ess a, Ye f CHEV ere eas ee Ba ave Rink oonlae § “amon d ed and whites 
en sold YEAR munity system n normal est boxes, M black: mized club co 4-4674. OR CO 329 Ss p 
e thi LOAN pa and iT ed or boo pee Fy a ns ube: ec Seest cond Bia 9-4 ) sw O 
kiteh s t $ mon 2 eelient| &*%: . bea rare, OR seat c en ulp. cond tion W tlson r 
3 Stone | eat natur 1 me Ry EL. te “beautiful Black. tan 5 Et erers, & 7 ace a; | <P ke pew. pees very rorp— we Pres, Att 
XT sm ~! wood I ; of ¢ ac - male » ste ars v in- | CHEVRO best price. fact D— a Ve. 
Gl ERIOR = odditionals on - an gg oo 3 & in LL Saal hushu: Ox and sand- eede ‘ apitol roar ite " a musie ee ,. 1880 aan. cit acrifice, § sii0. S| aid roon gO ~ ap pe 
ly AyD. raonthiv or| out oe on ae west oe terrier O Epa Cratac o1,co ie pam. te % 
Ow! . I $15 be ent at app payment ae in many house 80's 1932 i, 2 fe and r illac- O} hon ion: 100% . with! * -F a tc.; on h. iful 
ry he x! male - mg C ot © for 5: $5 guaran uto y $1395_ ite 
type Act .- onth. “ roximaie. pens alon r {fs » 6w ADILL Oo. her ered! dn tee phe 4 ne. matic t Cn 5 
INTERIOR Birectione fees Ml tool Teles | terres PUPPIES —— serine. fal sruipeey | PR ge hess er hate, gr Be TARGRS nian INC. 
rfect man AR ty. Owner|? AKC f you eee a pow 14th RMA 9. m—sam EE PO law AS - 

ppecinet combin 236 (Duke a over irley Hi Tf int wner | PEKIN buy fo ne er = 3 TiC _M oe}. .e N _Wiscons 

this ion and ation us berry wire s left iehvay tien erested , ; ESE—AK eed « $59 1 r $1400. w tires. VR _Ave. SE OTO 5335 NTIAC M TAC dio. 1951 C 4 
ranche: ustom - bt excelien ed with R file an d miles x or abou ottine furthe | COCKER “ 50 . = A Chauff you are oc T—1953 L 4-409 > Wis. EANS F heater ustom “8” Tu 3-4 
yg +. -puilt. ¢ze- taste EAL “4 “Bire a § _ other & t of r infor | S—. oes $4 v eur 4 trast oa bro conv eo. | Ave. McKEE™ xtreme! and d 
Seeshes wesis sche oe, annealing 2217 -Wikon INVESTMENT “ae filer of, these farms a TERRIERS $24.50 x ILL ADAMS wey i, miley: acelin dan ioe he ot fl uae Pies & we aL Pye eer “eiaten We .. 

ch. onto secit ining | Pivd. Jo ay ED n ly 831 | ceabie ith pped “ete, ee SOTO are 
sive oe Tt and cluded -: room JA. 17-9020 AY HILL PUPPIE by 50 ' G RAD Cadill mm meriy own leather as ee rakes Has radi ANK ‘ Brecial 
neled firepiac barbeque reened & Percy G REAL Silv he ) a. Ay LEY SHOPP ac-Old took pride by interior pane ther > special w + heater 3200 P MALL 

itehe living ro e in ch mas- . Poor TATE er pri ‘ e. N. W. thesda. Md ING Ss Ch in it's o mechani or- cnilen—anane olstering power enna JR., IN 
ary. completely. Ry Trul Everet x 1 44 aR) YER Nag Pet A OL. NTER evy Ch swnership ¢wno| P 865 dow wa io = Aye. SE. .. 
cat SrCrOM room. huge de luxe) {i ly « Sb  Pennsyive wat tten Sho oe BNTER | ceias ase Ch $1095 YLES Cy A f™ + on "2-98 

yt d ls ie testo tT ‘Le sylvania —<o y i| dan 1955 . | CHE fe gr evrol D or trade Dipiom eostomnli a7. 
n loo ROC rt un tioned ambie MARYLAND Ret ieee —Cham . 8- A uly . Be olet ESOT at. ah er ext ne 4-4 
ti . kine f »K ho Here's! ! 35-ft. in feat gs. low | 2 am mpion 8-2114) +. at equ c— tai 18a Beal 3600 O-PLYM CO 430 A --w * 
bec for. Oe A ireplae livin ures ai 7 ACR . LAND “sired” sh eerin ° & car 1 ) SIL OUTH . ¥o tr best 2-ton 
si ause £0 do ou've e, 1 mtd — By. — b Es— Col D Sheep Da LA pups: * sm ine) ne cy rt ag BL. T 90 vE D | Offer. LO. 
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Fe he Bree "ese canes Sdbiate Rosse aoa ang| Begs tt this The biegest| Ree pabat Paar | : kam 6 MODELS,” Bite ils. ed Beer dined Tal ate: | "teokonar tat = Nant aE |'dark metal “green gona “a 
u onven- : ) acre of ’ rked. . | r| see el Al ed inte | r FO BA aan thon 
yw Sb Walters, | n ommend Must POSSESSION suit ‘able a _titledte Mant A. Bile oe Champ JA. a PONTIAC’ arenes ecco! asenrangts eee CO. | Ch be om side stripe: fe uxe Berar Ly ie Fe cond 8898; ‘one TR Np we ay TAL, ures. 
at _Giebe _ rec. MA argest watered eal for acres _ pet stoc Dp. sired ’ -§55 . See ne Va Pin ce e BR N 295 8 parm er 5:30 one ry _ . 
JA. KE OFF stream by © cattie| E x terrie sh Lduheadedbet ‘losed Ov nter vy Ch >. a Da Fr p. m.,| DODG otors, | 
A 7-5200 | cat Teo Puce ER me ay Jor cattle | een riers, 6 w ~ $68 se | deese . 3 8401 © ase Ch | t iredom + Per ne Puy , inc 
FA irections - t fish: Patuxent Marys e HO ra 5 a oS, lo - are) rede $2 Cary Conn evrol | Sires: low . . Ds rR “a ing Dr 8 MOUTH ‘ 
HE C tition ‘ft. saw | Bt Naval Base: RSES, wormed = wig, Habe Ulan 3998 | sae bles: low eetwood. MEY —'t2 5 : et | MOTORS miiense: 8 oe : , Diver Bp 
R IN | olumbi Lg i athing, ¢ Base: uivesr | ca = 2200) TT cally sallenge: wee | Boer, © tyleline L. 4-467 iat sane. Vi M a oe 
; 50- imber te. 5 BUL OC UP OR DC 4 sv power « aes, te Gi de juxe: 14 and R LLAGE asic Al rodor @aatomline” 
YOUR CAP | Another wrens Pines USA. to | shea No partes ssi reds) way '5-3450. Toor hanes BLAS 3 CL. ws eapmac Brace aM ren "Ne “sal Sat O atone. blue Fiusd ary, at whedes meh ste en, a AG rood tires. 
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an ‘ea! 13, 950—GI 2 this ‘cheice o-weeroom — HI a. a ome ua | sess. “ rd). PArk- oe aarena ne exan ) eas 958" a2" Coupe: all CHE 920 Ressavearn te Pig Ce Meleys postied m2 Bae ie ¢:; low mL 

merican ame fo inion. H old and muatty er K =| fer ) see we _ AVE. ' 95. Th and .. on CHE ns ure re) K barga 4 3.53 nic PV ear to ' 

American family A st | St Gi itches + A L “Port: with. Ns ee ‘we | CAPE waipos. Thacker Motors.| . os SM y- | FORD cies oe ore ue 

feeaied in» * prick scurdify Bees iti ne Petoe is wertbs Ni U sHMAN “- ; Fear CASH othe “co, cash geen 869" sede 6530. tdoor sedan i Biylcline Pag tn obaE wn JR., INC voor , iM ketiead rea 

opula mble 0 ac AGE rms 95 dow oc. Cc extra erg lid ems 0 uxe a 51 LU. 2 . sor. FE r, Fo ¥ ~dor 

apace Kitehen ir Bro . hf ed res, mos M NTS ) iv oa. anal, te of| bea - one- 4 r ris. sl is Core — -9827 and ncopt réome ordor; 

nd bane is A -- Deas a $11 Rice c creek: ap and vel, na. POSTON, 400 A Make y oe oe > ES oa SPECIAL. 5 ~ h ' her | aA hes oa ok ' NJ out onally — sun 

beation. Bee. it a, ee | MILL OURTS ry es toad, 3m eceerias Mt PENN’ ice at PINEY | ad erent Et v-mileage Sroka '5F biel “samen a’ are ortheast M inaide 
Yeon * it today! a good JA. ER RE A L E in grazin mi. from Ply MOT - a. ave KIRK ; cron he BLA AL, bat green ford). V otor Co 

2312 1aS Realty | adi Q3 , STATE bere pon Rae aa ORS power bak gee Powerglide, 1981 de WTA 5.4800 urben Motor SMI” ; shed So Wa. ddr Li. 7-8300 

MOLTIPLE List! Af nc.' Deep i — $800 per are OR Madr rok FARM : si. oe Bes yar eo apitol « ante Seeactas condition. W Wer er. Extrei *4-door. | uburben Motor, In | Sih ate sotutely. <r. sopen.. tin- 

NG Pe 2100 in th r 2- ee nw oto cars ad i y iF resi. 6 emely *- | HOD 7 rT Silver 1 | top co aming a. spotiess. ue. ine 

| TOR eH | GARDEN  epstraAEmeay dillac- Ok RAN mos. or £000 | CES chi Ppa aden | bomper, Bs hw BP 

¢ ] 4 of A eart and dev r 27.944 . KEG ars N ds Co. fe K CMA 6000 yt hg club c ia lili ; a & a er. Has pl from be s in tip- 

OPEN S$ 7 750 -| eeesen SI ver oe nvesir 4 E ped. Baris & co 82) eeded | Fadio 26 CHEVROT H LL JR. | aay ins 90 oupe. Bxcellent | A tp AO aan at Gale. Gan 

AT H of a b ves this areas ne. Col propert ment) ara Red fo and hea CHEVRO ‘ope Rd INC. ooek pection rfect cellent! fo y. $595 outstand extras 
Charn , IN AM rs 3b ick colo sweet- wu. 8-862 E esville ies. Sil ois gr ond B Bright Two | r tater, w dane ee rer s 7 Lu gen. MR, Becrific guarantee | + Mr Saite aw én ing b 
cs % - on brick or. full ba fireplace aths. liv- WECINTA— AD co.! free pod 2 years: rd: total Cp 7h, Be lotore i2 | eluding. Pt Powe n. fully r ffardto 3 = ,* <r. © LA. 6-2700 meal Cc Ase 
have is stan ben a! Tag -- ec sement. sid and mir uupneedlll NTA BAD CO.,| cata!) opy 56- postpaid offer No WE peta “+ LA _6- th CHE r Gilde equipped in. bor- oon 9520. erfect con 32 hevr 
because situated. s0 Hat m- | Anchor fence, e screened NEAR BY FAI | wante Peo planting suies BONA FIDE OPER sSiike Bos, “we oat vROLET— ~ 195, Ash-| © i Coronet : 70 M ST olet 
silesmnt hows dista! orivesy sppraae ced. vard. The of 50 8 Y FAR SER! WAYNEGRORY me aulde| Bird FIDE OPFER OF . gown! LET 1983 Be 2-9489 iin “— seat Te rip yar: NW 
sores _ Neeees stance from the Ea Sie © - 5 re Sores ip & M ayn NEGBORO NUR Wit, come ON fore. sion sR Over, te i Air 2-door | ve Scelien! con | gt , 
Sao nip Ei a: Yeonas Resity, In ee ee TRAILERS. SALE S| Ba of int? YO fe] Peulpad. incline power ve | Seca Se! pes -McKEE PONTIAC a ee etna ts 
tie it a and ~ ) . n | wre mis- Cc nd > aS - p 
i ag > m:| Maeve B ealty, Inc. sr dubarsed. cetealtice | acl emnige, a Soma] fhe vo Bier ction: pe sepimi“Tnesoen "S popqene MEANS HREE, | 4 Sais "S.EEal 
Ditton electric ‘wesher. | ish iPLE Lik JA a] cash. ree paw Be ved tm if man 36-ft.. 2 LL | 5 b w mileas ncowe a | Es ANCH mt cia 3-7 iraini mechani r. 
aa hs yr a 4 ange ar push- —. STING R 8.2100 ints uir oment. | FE in ay <8 Oo bedrm u urb ¢: only ha . | @ ins + ar. 6BL 107) ginia cally; 
a Witeect| OPEN TODAY" | tees, pa 2-00 Eider itcnl tes Me | L) te “Olde (ee se Chevrolet, ze, ee "Weed ryonins | gy Re geen Hy 
nd im excel ey ae is > ne: hard r rms or $3750 south railer Pk sda. Ma no mn rich mate OL. 4-467 * 32-0262 Re or end ture _ALSAANDR APH ST 
ent con-| 4 9-F AY ae ms, porch, elec. by ge wa we om . oT ateht enociien Easier ke lens. ‘5] sot Fern. Pi — IA. VA 
irecttons T. BRK i south, TE. 6-411, ee..| plomes ALL siicle._ 4) 7 FS tn ya diant deen ereer D ern Pince ¥.1 
neton to Pp $ 8 ° RAM ae F ia 4131 nity | lv visit Cc kno CAR aru 1933 . 4 . . mileage mnt tir deep s Seat ce N 
Bly each 93 BLER OR SA v.68 olie’ =n Mo L Me ait a Cour dio car es. ree NO $5 
orners just Out 334-——N S LE | of fb - . Ww Obile R ful Dr — res & bh with a is SMA DN 
ferson to trait beyond | Ar 3 othing Do ure] ued ? - e.-Saxe 7 SS Rowe eeden bi oupe de! ¥ gent wh er: tre Powe 4-door LL Le . 
Anna! ante Bee + light , Sever 0 YR . 9 wn | BEAU 73 eee "teen an— hone PAS s north 400 G | | cc araniec. na folly | ot 7 one bought f by rele finish Soden * NEEDED 
approx le-Palis are left o Jet TO . 4\n Oy ATTIPUL w Rt, ashua Royerait—§ §-1922 a. A mm ging! c ‘d $2305 pA, u will a ferviced b " rom us js KA On a te ori 
on ric * mile urch nae th QUALIF /0 | cA ALL oT ewe t Ope AIR MOB ft. Com lewart ——S# ve. NW. _ dillac- O able y 81145, ve ere WP PLAN. Be areen ou 
nd fol * A Go | IED VET ae aban, 66, OTS 64 tee aoe omplete $319 Ids Co. A AAs... 34 2329 Fs cRAW 
to 1200 Carol rol_jane| 28 > | NW. AREA. tm Closed Monte ECO. | ARS” _8T Chev terms avell:|, CHAMPLA FORD 
DENT. Carol and © _. Sold Thi 5-626 | 42 e Plains, M BR Sun | 32600 _ " y Chas : ar 18th & ST i 
ur HE} ! | ACCO MARYL. orth of d | 725 Wise eC ar f ° 
LEE NTAGON REALTY | wit DE Ny Aen oot ta | oe KEEK AREA. nee GENERAL —1954 Pia _Lapiata ss “| & $ i Ena CHEVE Wee Aye peviaret a a Raj an wing 
v F . weed n . e va on is | . 7 . " or} Bt - 6100 | u ‘. . ——e Ge 
cay, Fampax. va. | £p Fp “BELIE COs DOWN | wood Broker. FA. 2.3141.” ce. AEE Te Sate a SS ieinaad, teak We eee Reliable Pa pth RS athe ajo Back! Tonner, 
_ ovo" 80 rT AN ARE TO- ed. a ‘esre on 6 , ‘) bes ATL iE 498 e f- Cad Ri ern i rti test dri: s im t covers ereen y. ATURD er car is 
IN TH JU $950: © wc | T een in » 26 oe ay to i ies Lo ive. it wil city 1 of t Wye AY 68 hard 
1-t qt EY Will BE , buppe $90 dn. $20 Ira | ee ever lot 308° Bast 1 mn p dolla: iin will’ onl iteatt a me PBCIAL 
104 eating 6 luxe kit Y OR BE | + Broker. $90 me.| con st ourt, Bair Bait P LE’ MOTO rs for them | : | = sesmeek en a haa Subu es SKY TO ar 
0 DOWN separa space chen . ot + PA. 2- -51 sTYM— a P otomac R SA m 7, a | S$ t As 6595 rban M SMI" 
y parate and | ith a re th st -acr 41 47 oint LES 62” ac tohl x for M . ot ae 
NO tcl Premeh aoors les stse cabinets. ey! “atrgets: Bradley vive. | Alex Ve. Rens. 28-foot ae 4-D | man C > | 951 Pershine Dr ors, #nc. - don’t f 
N G rear oe ny aw with ness. etails cal ‘ee Y bivd UJ . Reas. : "trailer excel.| a =a: | OOR § | 327 hevrol shing D PLYMOUTH on eel bine! Pi 
uti- ROSS nu Village. “mg W | EDAN | AD OM olet | bODGEL a Stive e of ao t Pick 
9-bedr | } 4 Pe plane-siee living ree &ic sual Opt Pe ant | 3 D AD 2-461 ST, N SS r Spring. ur lik 
‘ em Colonia! ; replace \ poaous ona —~ = LANG : Nia ouple pport NNY e | Gh OW < EV — . Ww. CARB 3 Md Care. We’ enew U 
; leestion.— tn 3 bed do m LEY- 195 separa uni MOT | Chauffeur- N 53 Ca UP EPORE . Wer sed 
gcreened ps al tn ides) ite ta te coms with and McLEA | awn 30-ft t ting: ¢ ty ! ORS | embassy r-driven © € arryall ie 29-1646 wh: Cream THE Mal / e got the 
| ner ent e 3 wit } . ; ; r 4-4 ite si RKE of the « 
ull we » bat er en ose with ic tile bat massive ample CALL, E N, VA. bed ing. pa railer: e-s -butl a | with f roe lk By owner ' rh as tr ‘ sidew: with bis Ht Goma the 7 ream 
ras en ath nd rance wit roughe ath. full closets ‘ \% jot L. S- 4161 e s. foam v. i-f alu —4 os mak ate tires ana ile: fully driven dan ; me 825. tu exce! ransm +." ay ires Cc top, 5 ot. H 
rer ae s ose te a bait, 5 80- i oad hath. : basement trom Chain Br eit wate ounras m rubber ores ing. ¢ clea wal} yt imp On ca 2200. | Seo. oe up dra-Matic. ww Re r &A hh FE 210° 4. 2-7686 A : heater, Ro, streamline andsome 
rey nce Pireploce Bicone: out c ie Sas es state gs ¢ mie! HRA Fre na ca pte OBILE, SA ae B's snes care RAG cies A nes ee ALCORN "MOTORS _ fcuia shiie Ge : 
is tryst Davab % 20-yr, $2000 ailey Out Co! * AD La 50 i oo ac @r. ry ~ do a a personnel! cained Bee SObGE a de seda -~ 
, “plus comme le at PA 18.000 at Semin s Crossto olumbisa ADDITIONAL lots ughlin, R nas ike new elo.” 35 ft ._P LE = Ask grades—-a yes offic el res and ay Pow Air hard heat ; a7 ai Is 5 ibles ms, conv 
and in i980 pe ‘ to SUNSET ads. turn pike Bellevue _ lots no ealtor fiat or ter awning & 2 | bed. Zodiac + fect C + | ou s low as ers’ ect excep rakes. me er Glide top. | i ter in se luxe sed _2-5050 . Anvthi vert- 
ot oo a sign to =e MANOR ntinu left| is. Com rest for w availed! LER— 53 CR nd extras. | UMP VOLKSW enon. z AMIL 4 100% $95 tonal) y, c‘ean iow new F 423 good aoe dition “radio High img you 
$ 19 950 COLON] R. follow biks.| *2™me pee # ... ract ~: in atin le hom imperial -22 " GEN a 13 LER’ M ere al | CHEV. o- og per-| ish 2c: Sa ' ion: $195. ghest trade ; want. 
' our) “pes qh —— pug ous- | SUPREME < Sparte | 155 TR SPECI {:| 33S Ber oT rel vo ie ate.| tate te an, o BA s. Easy 
Rea! ‘ LAL REA R lect prem Pp rox. 100 uring) UPREM ted 2349 nette 49 | ALS ‘218 merida Ave Ori 0 Dix et LARS I r: $1145 origins nd at x ¥ terms 
J. Full tors-Develo LTY CO. | N_ CO GEORGE ©, plans lye gg S. Cy. tae s2 purtin : 4 = NE | Gps) x. SEDAN | ‘a sian i FIVE (38 a. fin-|8 i a price ' 
; a clean 35-f 7-976 52 Bu esign oh s* 0 rr: fi lack: | NAN 5-9197 : ) DOL is you k 
MOLTIP er Groo ; 2- AP pers J UILD ASON | equ! M c.ean tt 9 b 6 52 ick 2-+d . $2398 y Ae 296 BS nest eauip r NCED ’ BER - a bar . now 
LE mC ARTM A. 5-6200 RS myn te m any through edrms . Por r. eed oa ipped. eens Eek ae ee) WN $2 nein ped ) VICEME? a! gain. C 
71-4467 LISTING O A RE ENT HO LAKES BARCR ENT a we to out. Pulls | OHN GIF dor, aut C guare power ash Green: 1OTORS. ~~ $395 Lm r — 35 " I. day a ome in 
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ie til 7 T EST uid s. Sing) 100% Sorin daily an be see canbia pike Sete 798 pito!l C 195 is. ave Ol $1995. A wtiful .s- lik out feeli 
— 7:30. RADE MEN né Sanaa es or | 4, Bank or all seen | AN J Pike Ariin INC. 172? adill ‘S] nw. wo.F | av ovie M “- tone ar.. e a milli eelin 
. AS YO YOUR T | pepeins and ately, Excelle star | hwy. Alex, BO. Fatier Pk Le INGLIA 3} ee, Srangtes gz2 22d St. ac-Olds C CHEV | FORD— "55 Os 8200- finish illionaire! : 
WH —— UR DO HOUSE aDle party Subordination Ket f-| 1956 lex, 80 1744 F Pk. Lot} -dr., 2-dr, 8287 ‘ LA Ww s Co.| ._NO ——$5 = D—'50 Pee feet at th rel L 
AT - . 5-9 Rich at| $487 3987; » S287; * tiful 55 ST SMA DN 299 4-dr ‘| eee: ook 
A ; R NEW WN PAY 'z. 4- jon for . oe a YSTeEM. 928 bet. 5-8 mond | oes si M “53 «Bilin SS Anal ul blue fi Conv _3-2800 2. 4 LL LO $10 to aray 
ia ’ 2 ; : H ully 55 Convertible oor 8 AN . wn. PI Exe 3d 54 
Dp! LIVE IN 2 FAMILY MENT | lo — | eves. RA. | Sm — -in b 33 ft. 2 be — wen $787 man con ia tin equip match bea eden: f; NEED ORD a NEY R M 
20,2 INCOME PA DUPL B propert wa | ea pret’ aby bed Sm) Oar: S81 41.87; °3t itiliman. | ental 5 ped. incinding C au-| ADI, ully eqt ED | or best offer §-B32: RANCH Bf" ercury 
, OD non : New Si brt PAYS eo terkien ON + ssiminan er and a railer — S 4th st.. 1800. R.| + if "55 _ ‘52 Mo 31 Jaauer Merms @ sho luding —— APLA :¥ [stoped oge- soko of 2-Gr Good i ~y sedan 
| aa Pi | de Vine bitcbene, calor ‘abe pas e->* Emile. west (of PERSONAL 3 Us others | abana eFack "Bit 05°50 | AKERS OLDS-CADI com semmdi-| (Near 1 NE “CRAWFORD Pordomati: fal 5 (wevtene ab 
10% — | woe and utilities > th | anal 5 egeee of e 80. LOANS b ¢. “DPD. ian ILLAC C tise (PLAIN ST 2-tone green ey HF pete. Saas sh. Palace 
Al)-bric Do 1% otk to Db utilities; . a! qualif $ nal 135 acres | Licensed | ay ew: sancrie. V opping 0. cH ot Columb Nw ay warrant $1795 Ni aah aatan ,- ercomatic white te green 
3 full te 150-1 wr mouse 3 pear Pen! siine. 10 arris. one uile acre T Tes | ‘LOANS under s 990A ree car meny 7 DIL Cc a re) Cente EVROLET 4. 6740 ia Rad) M ’ trade 0 649A rs ' ustem se drive. © S. Gu. Be 
aths t. jot 3 enta mia. 3- builders. Cal erms| lan te em ome eco gonyen mprov | convertid ~-1955 FI v. 3- 03 h.. gee — 50 ’ ON RO ter s0- M4 bes at covers —@. tire 
th full din 3 bed NIE we /LOTS W / Mr a Cash ployed aw Lars ences. ements, | ee: le cou idorado 150 ming bi 4-d 1237 E FO ms pa Be shows th etc. This 
ihe en fireplace ing rm rms. OT,4- L *p ANTE | Silver a : pa oe ‘selec © at small ¢ eau white ortn Beaut de lux Ed jack finish - Bast Ww RD , and tre s the fin his 
i 2 “ aintne living ng 240 OR AGALIE D Spring. Ma ~ Mary- erica tion ef ' bank ra ar ~ ipmeat Behe: top iful co ei mo d ~ gana” est Hey 55 M mendous est eof 
tions! J” wie | space in| 234 EALTOR 74) NEED © JU. 9- 28! ave ealey, Aust mpor me. , Sener cluding all de goer | 3298 NaS i “15 Open ‘t Sil. Spe ™M ercury velue. 
J W PHA el ar carport: : Arii OT. 4-94 WE NEE _MARYLA Pua D MONE — G-Ma Austin. a for Aust heels. Sa brakes power ate Wilson B! feo FORD is P h enter S 
esle NANCIN(G @ exceo- neton. V 10 farms D more ic | one all Kraft EY? nz. te. Hillm Minor stin new car aoe man and + CHE ive Ari NO S —— >> D ardte;. e? 
Radio ley Buch + ALSO V s in lots, ac Loans Popul rsche. Willys” Merc Ma.| C price. CCU hundred ber VROLET S., ormetes, Vv MALL N ——~ 
RB) an a , reage On . OL. 6-5 a r illys rcedes- apitol CCU ¢« reds of wagon as 22 va Victor! LOAN ish °. beste 
ditesCAsu.— an, | lue p ieee ine, Woes wa ap . 5500 I kes end Cad at © b 3 6- . ° a i NEE Ca ous t 
CAS rl , ne Tent. SAU 73 a a gace Garg SBE Bas0 st Yo § sts Cc. | oe erin 1222 illa e celle eate pass ver b T Conv: DED Tagg wo-ton 
ist H, assv JA 72 us REAGE, 6.22 ur Own ne. NO st. 1914 HATT 22n4 8 c-Olds nt cana 2-ton a | Oo romse; wa f te top red ¢ fin- 
INCLU TWEE Lo 4-1158 | -FT. RA SALE 00 Signatur » T2 >. Tth at N t Co. Ee day warr $1095 freen on mon 1 owner h: bets . resr R M y. Aretie 
SDING TAS. BE 4’ ; MB Rhod = 100, Branch R| eaulpped M rR yt = KAPL Oniy $39 ip, Uae betes . 

2 | PAYN | Sma LER ‘la Dance | y sales as ; 4 ON 2 hh AN &. $39 ol mien A cual @ ys 
£120 Zs MENTS - ck dab _ FLORD nd Av 8- ay. on! immeculs | 1297 ROE aD ter 2 C A re 000 
Fe hag "INSURANCE| focated Suburban Vie exclusive | Flori Poe ig, NE A PAM in ‘+ 4400 | _ HORNER’ S “COR Suburban. an C oe special 10-| cH 5 i808 West Hwy ey 8 near Soh a ri ong toa $90. 
fe. tiv. rm ONTH, Ppawick Park. | Charm urban Vienna. 8nd | z 907 Wilson bind a. Ave BRADL il VROLET - een THOS Ph 50 Columbia id. oe atuh, 9e= 
eee SC aeaeePt it) Sh, iia eae, sien | a Land Perec pic aktt acs Pe RNER | Bees = cig pes Serge |"Pamn s ele) ES ‘i 25 

it » Fm. OFi rate Ss i th er every 8. i aaa BvieK: ee " i R rn ition: ow “310 eate lue. eau miine “8.” ~~ mi ver. . 
PORCH OF OSE ent. full family- | ero radiant arge liv nook | ] 60 \CH LE bJ oor a DE tae ' L. 6 ~: $114 a: cash ner ext $2 tr, an a ; Sheri sprint, * te This 
1 OFF D ANT y equippe us sized firepla ing rm ACR EVROL of cals ad om 2 | geou 700 12 5. MA ra-| 45 excelient with rad! 5 : enly $395. is 
and rou «os 4; arose ened, < | ES e fT W 93 or HYATTS aiies: ors. 6 s black . CAL MOTORS. second car 0 Linc 
nem 466 fie: chains EN. 2 ise bea, a i eer ele. | Ranch Gabvesis RECKER — | a5" Bneds Der ples» Better | sewer s5ee finish fin: 5.7 WoTons dm cariia ¢ otn 
Dieied cir sey ee tiled ae bed.| priced ped %- ing on & ths. | Flor and cit VROLE st offer COE.8 e. Island LE BU Ce ay seat ring, wily equi or-| 1. —<_ Heate 1g U. 2-701) | ond } Nite $ 
rec 24 floor ay to yay al! contr ats a5 Reas wel)- ida rus land 1 onteee tru eace- _ LL 7-051 cu 56 73000, Ah Also os etc nie epee ' Ww wher, ol and othe oor 3298 Wi) Ss (Fo d : an. oe n se 
deep area: large full b riy com acts acce a onably | ox 176 Ter m central | eks at t of-mind ,| heat: 100 sedan. “| Dorado’ e 55 De Ville's “price, ) oo. Mmileag er accesse lison Bly r ) Mau. fini wie’ 
» Do ree level | t wit e epted nd 67 rian ms. Writ WICHOTSO e us he lowes guar- spection: % cua With out-of son s lie “B35 al * yace ry garas ories nD het lvd. Ariin Matic a oh, BR. & 
gent mien, oe sot mid onas Ri ACCO ND Write | Peeoe N CHEVR: rice | lor cre ewe BE Be aan on tana Bervice FRAN chee al Dae: | © 1eEa Rader ston, Ve. 1 ona sve, woe, Sree 
BRIC ay . Call) MU Wilgog Y. In Su 2500; 10% dn. 8 tracts CHEV Hyatisvil mths "Rio ° = <ae ene | ant BLASS . Cash, | 1736 Go AALL JR., way $119 all ~ Rw ~ heate 54 Me y Bits - 
ASSU K RAM LTIPLE , los B per, Bro n. $25 Ss. wooded Im R ET...) le a mn 8 ti fro MR. othe cA N Capi ' CHEVE: o4 Hove Rd INC NJ ite. A-l af ver, Spe rcury 
Beautif ME LAF BLER istING REAL TC Ten eee Ja yaa tgp SUPER} ny ofher | CADET tol & Pin. A ye 5 5 pT ___Northe the errr =, 
fu RG ae 1900 | fh = 9-51 7H | £000 te ¢ > bor 4th MAT eal 2 Cc— Pia. A - U ii ast lustr an, 
Beighborhood at iS CF OAs aLTUs set surjoced M+ veal rep ekdays 1100. LU. 2 " » ha” , Dick-up. “up. = |e ae RS | sine ee ee | Sa original Ae hd He ne een oe Co tone aren fi 5 
ince, _ Gr AS RL onvenient aw | Sx ee REA week: (2 roae, $140, = aa nytime Ss $121 afte tty S2_ convert. $-4090 “M Very clean. | ~-pe Ay pire practica finish | .nt, Li. 7-2300 drive. ?_~ 
ar y cream 1 rr - seperese LTY. LO. left’. tp abric | n body. -Y $9 seda: Sun. rl te som Pte alee cKEE PO jean.| pric taken b ery clean ‘eally net I. 77-2500. érive- Fo u.. ching 
trance ull basem hen. »b fire- 50 5-8775 good ¢ ~ st iy e lucky b tires, et “PONTI NTIAC | dot *. £745 y one o . ‘ . - case. on peaker. ¢ omatic 
ers pony ay | eo Ma ‘ul ond: very: — i: £03. uyer. LU 53 AC M | Coun. os a. fh. _—_ cauest; remarks re: lew 
"Richa Sood “yt 9 outside. en: DN ' yg Ma. 3 ns. restricted © as eid Bast. YNRO FORD - | oe. ~My ~ a  SaaCRE Ave, ST. 3-71 | here. i 5 one eutel sporty, job! | $3 E vas ne owner: mame on 
ar all wher. OT. acres ¢ 7804 wy 8 see jon ~ Ae, ivie | do ss eS 3.71 ong at ckly— Bett M y 
Radio Bic son "2 4 N ° of » i. 4- -928 a AST | HEVRO!I oO watd sg mn in $850 in exee!l ra rado ¢€ 5 —r 07 | 9 nich our lo it wo ter / H ercury 
Bide all, | ON G fine h all acr ‘ very ET— Ss" pe Py Sh gerese. Kennedy ar om lent | only bee ngine. al) coupe  - ts SEF w price stay ardte 
ig __ AT ne R - prousess omes. im the a yery sSesu 7 tet Mt 3133 C - ee oe Bee il powe Ei toh! MR Open | im vers » ge 
ar TAT alan eve! oe 3S —eal guna to y used: on x BUICK. on eee | ¢, of terms r extras: | man C work. Pay 
4H TA. 78108, | | ce $92.5 Aes pat elie os duced to $945. ontenenees | vick— ve. Bw. CO.| O erms miles: cash hev | ve green bed 
FE L. T wlatt i e@ to $9 ranteed ent m 1950 ® co | Aw INC $3995 cash 3300 rolet top. mn bedy 
incl d 0 pe U. &- zk HOM on or arly! 45 B price 0- | Dyn w tvie ih 2-7011 . 6312 MAC AD MS ] M matchi Aret 
THIS K uding t rmo 3 sion, ot | clase t Bo ae ne. | sertor _ w- ra; fr. & ” | CHEVRO , Ga. ave AL 9.164 t. NW (150 T Sreomatio @ intert 1 white 
VA anc axes & ' . rae mann | *SEE ruck an ex get mone! BURN $2 one tires. cu nd h beau Let - nw 6 O CH etc. f te ee K 
e j IRGINIA eppclanmiates MR Ope cepti 8 $6 stom “| tifu Si Bela! : A vVICT , emark 
FOR $1 rt : ced BUILDERS Rion C S2P eke | Bie. Mortons, 390s "R: 1 ai| Soke Pad atch” hardtop. | $24‘ choose D. 2.4412) SPER Hy HOOSE FROM me = 
1. Ramb 3,950 ieee livin: tou OPERAT | 330 “> Cheyne white w/e oat as vid with the Passer! ike it. wer Ae | ones “low=t ay Mons daiteat Choice PobOke CONVERT pease $ 
LO lat eal eat | ee oe coer oe INVESTORS AD. 2-1646 et | Sues Ae pece B i a a bust came | Hon, Ye haces St sfedli| payment and, bank paneta) op mh oe 425 
ge lot ms chor > ecreatic a * din- S FORDE— r 2.000 ust sell a St own . & real valu ped A our choic te y A- any mc-| guer your inc ank fi or. Dow at cover 
3. co . enced tion ' with ] ' , | a arty. or hiche os thi rn tn ent e at! R e, i condi- ’ = ™ : ividual nancing n ue fer 5. peme 
os are ndpped & | Breed ee Sects as Ready, tor Ln en - as Tas errr IES oor 2 aia 3270 ea cite RCADE ‘PONTIAC Nite bie, Stee Te 31 De Soro penal 
. Fullb if Cc w! all util pment W "1! st offe o Sa oe lleage . |.—' SS NW ) or N sith 7m Ce ° 
asem , all M rich is ilities and bu NEW & Pick -* 3 'S : L engin new | C . heate Stat: AD 4- a oO. ation stem 
5 ent r. K thru now be ezeees ild- $1 ckup, im $-9257 — 2. $635. Ps) mr ere ion W asoo | « coupe. 
Snr $673 down G | sl at JA aid or Me. Fs Sek seme Yoru ool At yhibeat ce ances fata anata Norine oe Ses. Yes nt 3 SANDERS | Faucet 499 
A n Gi .2752 : 0 Silane } rice and| meee OT cash. ¢t a} yg op | LA 1298 . on: 2/9 east . § Oldest ana ti a oe detre 
X REA te Shae. WNE ¢ Hwy. ors | eats lan very’ ice’ condition: JAS: PIV 188) Dol 20 Blades Moto pays Diders Bord Dealer” | my seat covers, Aci mote 
FE -3187 : R sell D—'53 Arl. JE | aye nm MOTORS. INC. ition; | ./ 9197. & bank. 6% DOL, : CHEV Ae rd gr a 1114 ° 53 F motor 
JE. 4- LTY SHAN , eh, ee DOL cee ceken, oe 2-5050. _ 2-76 INC. 63 $1395. CH Saditicen Fi | beaut me Li. 7 | v1 *" v-8 ord 
49 NON - a8 LARS DOW 85. mus | tite at 12 Ge. | uy OLET—' EN Fi- Glide. t ahi are 210 1-8300. | ’ VE. N spe Cast 
00 | 2055 Wilson ind LUCHS CO,| Sere ACREAGE <n i 197 Saeak Rvs nik as) | fepior as green { eponiing tn | ar ory 62 Bizleline ge lux | ens * Sold ‘i macchi ‘power |p ORD w. ye wigan at 
i. Arlington. Va. eres Bome & from 1 D— '50 RVICEM | Gasener show , in- | ull price END SPE aes | ¢ «My : ae p- ae) whit — jSs5 Ganline  cverdrive, cust H., 
HOM Va | send? — oe ith city oe to 50. me “pickup tru EN dynafios to bumper a |, iy credit. KIR 35 down AL eel K ew one 7 and “ee by a. teri lr. red and Sunliner ~ eisai Ml 17 r Sy _ one-eres 
LIST YO E OWNERS! z | vidual hom simall est to. subdivide.| 3 monds E pea | ar = Re Hh equipped frem oro BOTS RCO 4000 2636 Wilson Peck Che ie "E Fordomatic. rawnige | mil ‘se Olde “se (Gal miles: eut- 
UR HO ——— | TER ito. subdivide. | 3288 Wh reais at $138 H. & practically | be T - as 6 Wile anes ae ds” | oat 
Vi - ME F 7 RY 6.5 indi | ison Bi For ) x $1395 iy eares itn | le eutiful su "50 Thee JA m Biv evrolet ' » h Seda 98” 
ir OR SA pia GMC Pak x Soe Ask for Mar. Bale! ag ty tline 4-dr CHEVR gg it . on ( oe gg 
ginia Realty L og a tie | Patan aay taoeee Fane ne ‘Stohiman Chevrol 58 yey en coupe OLET—J8) Belair 30. | vous aig 3 Ford) Chinese red with *47 
ea e _WATERER s through —, $1 71-4434 1 Best offe 270 M vro et ’ avyvment oniy “ y of ext by > ‘he. finish PY - in 6 ir spe ‘ JA ce: ari. a. ra ée, tep 
) r AD. ST S Ask for res.| 0 eater. T equi porty ii rt, heat 53 OR 22 cket ted ete. 
FULL rs Fx h ONT, SALE 7. ner: per ton a Ph ibaa tet eo | toh! = daan| i sales his car pped with ‘ie er. Ford ~ Ww ay. Pa Fs 
INFOR Cc an 75A A cond truck man Ch meticulo executiv formerly radio & tires omatic pagon rad *S] Pi 
MAT ge ATE " tery, UN. good ¢ ies 2-1 327 evrol Oniy 21695. > &e teliecia te sna” 6 et black. Bel ymouth 
20, * N. 4-713 ires L646 AD OM et ge $1095 it b ects the N ner, io v- vedere 
FREE ION RF RO ow 4-ton Met wy 9 2-461 ST NW a as rece orth w mi) Cenve Hardte 
APPRA CHESA 950, Te! Alc Series HEVRO 4 ‘ , ) Vy Cha ived. 1270 east M t- tone rtible Ae 
ISAL IT2 PFAKE t “ oy fu nd “g  — po LET—i6 - AD 7725 W se Ch = Biaden®> otor - rt binck : 
WH iiy prt € pular 4 951 4-a 2-1646 | CME isc_A evrol pure F 1°) A. nd. ty 
| equ ar he ee oor 4 VROL ve et full: d. ne mote ory fin 
FAST Lf mith. super AY av jaa D j - Ge Power reen finish iuse | Lo ET—'Si | OL ul v be. Ls. 7 4 ona “te - ish. 
j 4- 6100 oom equippe mx... - ; - 2500 alue ao ete. 
L LL O A super cottage. NE RS. ton |B pri B top mech *. radi ish. Th h athens exc convertib c ion Outstan A-1 
Le alata Raa CTION isrig sss saci etary ap NELEON "STUDEBAKER 53 BUICK | Chew Le rieet heat, | haar tg Sane tani. ae in, BE aa Timer sets 
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BUCHANAN e sible Realto Sd and ——, wa ips come ‘and | Ave. College bAkeR RIV] FRA | “hevy r Bons 00 do x, ¢ —— wg real sporty” canary +. r CHILLUM "AUTO mR ce soden $ 
COLONIAL REAL inc, POMPONIO a ee itiel eat herman Yerns Ber ec gel. r REPOSSES CHEVROLET eons Chevrolet | oorn Reis Meee: as low Te: |G Sh ee 2 ee oe tone. blue finish. 95 
ALTY hy mont ave n to re. | ; ttle riv. own . as °. . v—— OL. 4 S 9 nites this on as $5 jlen mist ustomill ,, ie, ire ete Rn. H. 
JA. 6 co LTY, INC cor uring the atural air ter, heater. ED see De fin 4-doo 4109 tohim ok un Won sapere, Gnatn. a ‘ine “'S a! -amaeeete BRR. 
PARKE ~6200 SHA 71-6660 « nee * ten ae situs hot sult ter 595 a wt vy “Yow mile- an Ch WORL | accesso adio. Ford contrast! ordor , Aan 44 straight 
R SM NNON ms lown on is try | TOT a] 6% . apa #99) =| 33 evrol War ries. 1- te and ole ing val 
, 5 00 olet rant —ernas SS . ‘Sa M . 
DONNE ITH & . LOS all ¢ *.¢- - | NO AL af wks 9 AD M St. be AR eB r. low mileage. ercur 
LL, IN ART co, | ment in room, rtront ‘exposure. CASH 49 197” SERV 2-1646 NW FRANK & of 6000 mi. Be M enter r §$ 
JA. 2-8 Cc. HUR "y men}, tn } 2g R —? ‘ON A NEEDE | CHRYSLE AD. NK SM ? Boe. | ftom AY 
: -616 ,Ww ; quiet conc od- Pp r— ; 3. 
Listing With © WALTERS co, | sit sens Ry USED TRUCKS er: CREDIT! fi ogo, 4a ET | Seat BSG —K tor Hatin fpeonene INC em ES res 
e AUTOM JA. 7-$200 term ts for immediate. | ‘ er ith ‘Dyn hard ! tion Fay atta a . ; auto, frans- Victoria LU, 1-964 a mee Me top. qateh- 
ATICA , » is 5. _ at y m™m iat 51 F : : and nis” a, w-- - 8 eep ton . new: sp ereen a na FMBASS radio. - 7 atie ar a. match.- 
LLY Li ' da Sat. or ish 50 cash ORD “8” r out af to and h. $33 opt. and transporta- 495 otless le nish; F ¥Y MO heater tires, , rears Mer 
j ys. Bun can - credi towners | oo ne r. pric mV, ether in-| ; es ete. oh peaker, co- 
BE HOME ‘BUYERS! sts’ With All| Ry Bion oy gulf te Seep | °53 FORD "6" $545 “RE. 7-3890 cal math Beat eccaad: |CARGIER HEELER, INC mi | inow tree, "$160 ‘cash a Ih ‘st arp ene ownc: 
SURE TO SEE S! in nic-Atiractive. 3-be » Open 9 oes ed ad ° "$6 B B ™ 890 Chew thats Oh | 4900 JixMog me . Petters: ‘si60 cash 8 and new. va rl $ ‘ 
LISTINGS ol IR each + Reese ve -bedroom , -ten P.U. 95 { ) he € IN t 2: PERIAL er 7p yreern e len ee 
BEFORE EXCLUSIV rick fi h extra ae of home 52 INTE VV ILSO c n vrolet ) Ne IN DEAL Pordoma lle Mm m ey 
Y E Sed” thal ae ree liv ke RNA Ms de le; 62 Wi -47 tle; tuton radio, nish. 
OU BUY ae "Et, Seat modern kitchen | gyn ok Mba K st. N. Ww. N | ere tee Powe $)-Biyle i 4-4674| Bice leathe indsor conve Nestinenet Addiead . heater, moter M. yeat covers. of 
picket fe € room een 49 seeer - 95 Ww. 4 : actory rglide Teline | ¢-door | tent a lerlor'w. atic enuf 1270 Biade east Motor C niy $495 tires. ote. A 
_ : race . clean 5 : | ndit a. ensd ° ; ° 
A ° with whi ext ov- Lon -w. ur oO. 53 
7 ILS” ‘a a4 eet l tom od with white | i-ten stake. De $345 low nag &8. down care, on! = “1 Ae NT res. low tet rR 1S ne. LI. 7-2500 dame Dodae 
ARK SHESAPEAKE CO. ) Sa hog eet Sa Se Set Wigs) 9338 Wis. PONTIAC © | ish spawn, peeraity, cask Seda “af Sat 
ne | ts ere is. A xe’ ACAL Me cash, ee SA 
FALLS pn... Th CO., excel. a u S early! 0 ~ | or . Ave. _ ST. : aye MOTORS. tires, 
CH sapeak wee 8 INC. dim cond per ivier tohlm pen ti | cua? a Winds 3-71 dan. Radi Custo _ OW. RS. tom Gy re-te nk. HH. 
NO M N URCH, Va. gis 95 DC | dimer tread. tires h.. pute. igh | ; peter - hevrolet | Sacrifice. 8 splendid Bee Af I aye EL eater, “Taser se aha as cat drive. “eps 
( ) res. new D t ra h onditi , MR tion : tires: val own. i lew 
( ) xk — 1 pvt, owner: | 2-164 | LA or terms.| aT Sete “as Teele = "remark: 
3-BEDROO EY DOWN 3 io Fad WN Riviere, sedan —— | 8 rROLET AD. 2 | Bulg drive 1980" dodoer Wis Sranemiocion: bine: 64 eg 6-2700. a9 De Sete 
EXT M RANCH-TY a De Me bedrme one yew, » = cp es all tires. nd fin ake ay “eden “ aint and moto ae duneauie 't ” ordomatic. Coune: 2° Ge 
RA & ew nie r seats other n- new : beau. b -tone 2. rig, © ri noc side ds ) ish, aby bie 
-LA PE RAM screened Pmodern ao wi ok YY - access A a $1495. FI e-green ws rashes 3298 W ord covers. F . 
RGE BLE Brive eo meters, w, MAN AN Top pete | win. | LN JA CO 3% Fl roan | 'S cash. ison B r ) iD ee rs. Pie =. custom 
~ DO d ; -9197. da ; ower 2 > ePkom Fou lwd flent dri 
new »p! UBLE RS ater. v lge. DELL —_ jles only. & Car BERV iC °, ora steering ew orker —_ A. 5-88; Ari. Va. ; , tnd ca ve. ote es" 
ee Ag Y - BATH Y Rh w and T e en 3150. Bod = ICEMEN | {2, as os powe eda — os 3dr.» 2 50 Buic ” forws 
Eving te0m wi te oe bin Mee RUC F equipment: ay, station wagos ers. ‘Soled “Sadie beater, cst offer tect. sini 7 
pict . fully — fi MAX 1 ce or ¥ pment: viera. tion w Dans tone le he kes offe ver Cust om | pecia 
picture ‘window, setting Fevlace and" picture windows, sen CaaS $95 oe 5 atts, a S wagon. Low mi Perl Worthwhile Lets ea hich Deaf red) Bate a 
t. Pu with dows. omes. ut. — . ; varan lo *| ai heat miine “S"™ Por t . &. en 
Se ae rasta, coment bate area facing « K sr age | eee reat, asf WHEELER, INC | Be ate eet Uires: fle.” A’ real handmsl 
m : : on 7 - ce u . 
Priced from . ae tle - $248" "8h, Bue: $s08 Fg SF extras: |CARGEST WA LER, INC. sone, lato, ets = 37 Pi eayman' 
er bead ‘ah a rage tee RS a, Fann sMaut me. INC miner § 
pp = , . | ave podem, tet 
ROV oe gheering. Si34 er Ghide: | radio. h Ne 3- Pon ie rie R INC | 1 Eup, be 
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AGENT ON c “after. er stecrin igh ho ar oie. blac & finish 1owner: as nates se. “Lu, 2-0007 | Teal workineman’s "aoe 
Breen os PREMISES DA =e TOR slowamester at Meter C tm WHEELER." INC BAIPED AUTO SALES |f Seas Tar 
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ight on Lee highway ILY any 7. TMOUTE ' ILLU M AND SALES &pert cury 
ete West st. lett (Rou BO8r, $88 i ‘dre (Wheaton | p—1983 me ser ye ves- ® 
on bie Parkes ot te 7) in F < rr it won't sth ue A ipped, | Tudor A. 2-80 s. b. finish 39 75 
LAR a. er st..:teft 1 er Ask for CE EL. 3 ifu po ga om to rs, be ogy 
H v n Ch mins uy "Ed finush: 49 
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West Broad 8t. Li REALTY irginia Motor Sal M ST, NW et | Gers og LOAN aoe - afarag (Ford) | Roadmaster 
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INC. es | cone sation at ete “soup | ELA NE CRAWFORD Bky-| 2 = in. 5-884 ee | gh ay ree #195 
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a. e. a pa — ines CHAMPLAIN rear es So whit Tudor; r 
$-1830 t : ’ far 1 1095. mper . ‘Utes: it.& 
peat: Si. Res east ‘Motor C | 
inal at co orker Oo. 
eek ree, Oe :} eee of green. a ALL | 
WH ;  l-owner; | AR. and b door: st -8300. | 
EELER, | | VERY yelght 
ala ORS 15 Bladensburg 
res, Aa eras oe AP. 7 Rd. 
wet ce poser: . fF. ¥ -2929 
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warranty to 9 
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AUTOMOBILE, SALE 97 


4-dr. 


overdrive, is Maso fo mo fae 
ore. i 


= — 
_Fordematic 
7 me n 


side and wut 


Northeast Motor Co 
7.2500 


}ow mi ie. 
excelien 


‘54 Victorias Paton fH oe 


and red; 
Cc 


| 


$95 DOWN 


4 To Choose From 


ae Pe with i. 
all her interior ally 
usran! eed ‘ 4 montnes 
ne may be ar vanged if you!) 
bas e . steady fob and ro eredcit 
Por immedia‘ e credit approval call 


HILL & SANDERS 


t Ford Dealer 


1300 14th ST. NW 


PORD— Si Crestline V-4 4dr be 
custom mode! in potiess 
ove bhie Pordor ike, Ff 

ana fh other + p-ownse 
new Servi en ftiman 


295 °95 Some 


"ARE MOTOR 
4000 Ga. ave )-4800 


Special Reduction! 
1954 CHRYSLER 


WINDSOR 4-DOOR SEDAN 


Oricinal *-tone ereen be ae 
custem seat covers: Power 
transmission: sadie ‘ 


exceptionally — ear. 
’ jest &1 


Washington's of eae est “~ ergers 
Dodge-Ply utr er 


TREW MOTOR CO. 


Sth & Fie. Ave. N.E. LI. 3-1782 


“Butler Bargains” 
Convortibies Back - $295 
$95 


‘The *395 


‘48 syusbeasan 
Land Cruiser. 


‘49 PONTIAC 
Chiefteia 4-dr.; 
finish: r. and bh 
bran 


‘SO STUDEBAKER 


ear : . «ray. 
4. and 


‘AB CHRYSLER 


$295 
ag CHRYSLER, $295 


throughout —_.. fel condition 


$295 | 
$345 
295 


Lee D. Butler, : 


Studebaker-Packard 
1121 21st N.W. 
Di. 7-0111 


‘Ss! STUDEBAKER 
Chemists . + Black 
0 R 


ue: heater 


‘a? I ornait 
?-dr 


‘49 FORD 
v8 *t.-ér Black 
and 


WHLYS 


“ABE SEZ” 
THIS CAR AND 
100 OTHERS 
CAN BE BOUGHT 


-~ 


% No Small Loan 

%& No Red Tape 

& immediate Delivery 

& 15-Minvte Credit 
Approval 


Town-Country Sales 


5336 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. 


WO. 6-9400 Open ‘Til 9 
OPEN SUNDAYS 


tutone | 
ew Me) 


FORD— 50 aus ae 
heat: 1304 “ine 
pection: $5 dt , 
credit approyal.” 
cars Ww selec i” Many 
. Coen? * 


Lath & Pa. Ave. & 


FOR 


na da K teen hatch renee aun Z foun oo i 
oon ition oved : otal price 
McKEE PONTIAC | | Ree ‘BRANCH MOTORS, JU 
“PONTIAC MEANS McKEE ance 
roup- 84 ‘customline “9 Tudor: 
5335 Wis. Ave ST. 3-7107 ny bdiack fipish, | contrasting 
. hie cond covers radio, eater urn 
romantifal gtone. Diack ‘and “yellow | Senals, ete mob 4 = De 
with matoning int erior. w.-¥ tires. | hike new Bens gg teens wires or 
ordomatic. ’ na fh IR. 
Sous ites ‘edi08 Wo eat wr "| ERANK SMALL JR, INC. 
ten war * 
32 00 Penna. Ave. SE Lo 2-9827 
MONROE FORD | FORD—"55 4-dr. Custom, econ. “6” | 
12737 Bast-Weet_Hey. Sil. Spe. | Unmarred biue. Like new. $1546. ! 
JU. 5-7R04 Open "til 9 P. Me | FIVE $5) DOLLA} POwr, i 
A 5-9197 
FORD 92—$599 he Vickacex * FINANCED = 
Club coupe tT orig! net 4 o2 Custom “3” Tyger R 
clean. fines on ‘ Verdomnatic 95 acker 
ing value: cash ; 9 aoee Motors. i2th & R. 1. ave. ne. LA 
per month. WOLPE M‘ 4 TORS 1991 
Wis ave. nw WoO. & 


-|"52 Henry], $5 Dn. 


. ank/ mechan} cal 


« FTREW MOTOR CO. 


6th & Fis. Ave. N.E. LA. 37-1782 


| A OBILE, SALE 7 
eae 


: Pairiane 


ALCORN MOTORS _ | 


Ortg 
chanical condition througheat: 
a teow. lew S705. 


Washincton’s Oldest and Lergest 


oe an mm 
1954 DODGE V4 


green, 
automatic trans. 
age: very clean car, B 
just 


Washington's Oldest and Largest 
TREW MOTOR CO. 


6th & Fila. Ave. N.E. LA, 17-1782 


SUPERMATIC M 


D.—'49 convertible. dependable 
on 10 


r pees rt 


SAVES ON OAS, GA 


new 
condition. $128 
1949 FORD | 
v-8 SEDAN | 


Mack finish. fee me 


Dodge-Plymouthk Deaier 


On the Soot Financing 
AT. OTHER CARS, 
PRICED EQUACLY As 
LOW, TO CHOOSE 
FROM 
HERSON’S 8th & 0 
DE. 2-4700 


val 4-dr. sedan. Finished in 
with radice. heater and 
Mas low —_ 


$1695 


Dodge-Piymouth Deater 


‘56 
PLYMOUTH 


HARDTOP 
$245 DN. 


Fully eauipoed,. a beaatt- 
buy 


$800 or 


On the Srot Finenctng 
50 OTHERS TO CHOOSE 
FROM 


HERSON’S 8th & 0 
DE. 2-4700 


pin 


CLEARANCE 


"53 Ford 


ally clean ineide and cat. Lew 
mileage. | owner. A real ber. 


‘53 Mercury 


S.door. Licht tan finish. B.448.. 
lastic seat covers. Geed tires. 


‘S2 Plymouth 


Saburban Waren sreen. 
RAH... cood tires. aa a 6 


ent 

‘ 

52 Plymouth 
4-Deer Cranbroek: mareen fin- 
ish: heater. seat covers and eth- 
er extras. Good tires. One owner. 


Lew mileage. Excellent condi- 
tien threuchest. 

‘53 Ford $695 
Tuder black finieh: heater; 


leather interier te match. Good 
tires. One owner 
ditien threugheut. 


‘54 Stude. 


Commander Clab Coupe: 
tene screen 
R.. AY 


One ecarefel ewrer. Lew 


ace. This is « real beauty 
‘49 Buick $395 
Super 4-Dr.: erev: B.. B.. Dr- 


nasen, seat covers: low mile- 


Very elean. Showreem cendition 


LOGAN (Ford) 


ees 97 
IN PACKARD 


Collese Park. M4. UM. 4-1500 

Ea eee ers 
Ed monds (Ford) | s* 
ae hat out. 


Arl. Va. 


‘54 MERCURY 


Monterey Hardtop 


REPOSSESSED 


$1095 TOTAL 
NO CASH NEEDED 


ON APPROVED CREDIT 


Equipped wit . and Merco- 
ert fi y bervirerten and git of tow | 


RE. 7-3890 
BOB WILSON 


Mek &. HN. W. 


EELER, INC. 


PLYMOUTH (Wh 


male. rt, & = show tir 


low 


1951 BUICK 


HARDTOP RIVIERA 2-DOOR 


Dynafiew: fer entity 8745. 


teas # Oldest and Largest E) 


e-Plymouth Dealer 


TREW MOTOR CO. 


Sth & Fie. Ave, NE. Li. 3-178 


ornet; ~ ra- 
. oe 


a models: known 1 2 os 
fines ot “a 
vin 


aig “short” KP it 
vety and luradifty, 


‘S4 CHEVROLET 


2-deeor, %- ~ biue. = 
heater. ver 
best ber 


LOW GMAC FINANCING 


Barry-Pate Chevrolet 


teas 
12 


rood The 
ef "she day. ‘Car #114. 


Was $1195 Now $995 


Wash.'s Oldest Chevrolet Dealer | 


1168 18th St. W.W. RE, 71-7887 
OPEN EVES. CLOSED SUNDAY 


McNEIL DARES THEM ALL—TO | 
BEAT OUR PRICES OR OUR 
DEALS ON NEW PONTIACS OR 


USED CARS. 


J 


$5395.29, 


SAVINGS—BIG DEALS—HURRY! 


TERRIFIC 


BRAND-NEW 
‘56 PONTIACS 


BANK PAYMENTS 
TO FIT YOUR 


BUDGET 


LOOK——-NEW 1956s 
* ‘56 Pontiac $2300 


_ cleb sedan 
ter & defres Webte. 


enter at. ~ vr oe “ig. Low as 
* ‘56 Pontiac. $2600 


* ‘56 Pontiac. . $2680 
me 4 ‘T-tone — Anish A 
family car. Tt's —*, 

——— at this low Ba, 


* ‘56 Pontiac .$2386 
V-8 4-deor sedan: fully equipped. 
eute. trans. all the ble 
eatipment, 30. -mile 
eeerentee. 


* "56 Pontiac Convs. 


2-year, 


Pre-season sale of convertibice 
at terrific savings. Cash. trade. 
—y ~~ a 2 and castp- 
te Tem. ad 
hry ewe = on 808 i... ® credit. 
sllewence fer veer ear te 
eon édewn payment 


These oripes ave ire 


micks op ieaaare Cab, trade"er 


USED CARS 


* ‘53 Pontiac. . $895 


De luxe 4-deer: fally ceuioped 
ene-owner car. felly seeraenteed 
and ready te rell. Net « scratch 
on tt. Lew o6 895 dewn: benk 
finance. 


* ‘53 Ford ... $1195 


¥-8 convertible: ¢. and kh... aete. 
trans. Whe sew @.-#. tires, 
leather tnterter; slice cor at & 
bercain price. Low os 835 down: 
fully guaranteed. 


* ‘53 Chevrolet, $995 


De taxe t-deer: ¢. ond &.. sate. 
trans.. eustem seat covers. spark - 
Nee bleck Gnich. Mom and the 
kids will tke thie beauty. Lew 
es S85 down: bank terms te Ot 
year badeget. Berry in tedar 


* ‘SS Pontiac $2295 
¥.8 station wager: ©. and &.. 
eete. trans.. &.-w. tires. oll pew- 
er eeultement. ‘t-tene nich, 
shewreem conditier. Terrific 
valee. low Gown garment. bank 
Anancing. 


USED CARS 


* ‘51 Buick $595 


De tuxe 4-deor: r. and h.. aute. 
trans.. t-tene paint. nice seat 
covers. Clean eos a pin. It's « 
steal at this orice. 


* ‘51 Nash $445 


De laze club sedan; fully equip., 
sperkiing original finish; enly 
25.000 miles; best transportation 
bay anywhere. This car te like 
brand anew 


* ‘53 Stude. $695 


Champion club sedan: rf. and &.. 


aes-saving overdrive, *-tone fip- 
teh. Ideal second ear: real gae- 
saver. Lew eas 855 dewn. 


* ‘51 Pontiac $595 


De luxe “8” S-deer: ©. and b. 
aute. tgans.. geod tires. You can 
look off ever tewn and won't 
find « better bury. See it today. 


McNEIL“@ PON 


7320 Wisconsin Ave. 


TIAC 


OL. 4-8000 


SATURDAY 


SALE 


OPEN 9 A.M. te 10 P.M. 
FOR THIS SPECIAL SALE 


‘22 PLYM. 


T-deer: eaulpped. 


‘22 PONT. 


4 — sve Hrdre-Mat Mattie. 


‘99 CHEV. 


steering. brakes. 


7t-deer: equipped. 


‘29 FORD 


2-deer: 


eavipped. 


‘54 STUDE. 


sipped: sute. trans. 


‘47 BUICK 


2-deer: 


DISCOUNT TO CASH BUYERS 


beautiful; A-1 shape. 


LOW, LOW DOW 


ATTENTION 


tary Personnel. Gevernment 
Immediate delivery arranged with $95 4 - 
first three grades military persen down for officers 


995 
245 
897 
869 
199 


N PAYMENTS 


Bank financing ovale. Ask about our 3-DA RI 
00% GUARANTEE . 


AUTO DISCOUNT HOUSE 


1510 RHODE ISLAND AVE. N 


meee 


9-S216 


-_—— 


[JUST ARRIVED 
‘55. CHEVROLETS 


ALSO A FEW FORDS 


Very few miles—cannot be told from NEW! 


BEL AIRS 
CONVERTIBLES 


2-DRS., 4-DRS. 
Powerglide—loaded—Radios, w.-w. Tires, Etc. 


NO PAYMENTS until April! 


Payments As Low As 
Dade oe 


+39 
REMEMBER—NO PAYMENTS UNTIL APRIL! 


Per Month 


WORKINGMAN SPECIALS 


50 OLDS «$10 $500 


1 ‘51 NASH Arovcems$]Q $69 
| ‘50 MERC, :.. $10 $59 
151 BUICK u--:.. $1Q $790 


Immediate Delivery—Credit Approved on Spot. 
® Service Men, All Grades, Financed. 
© 65 More Terrific Values. 


FOR .CREDIT .APPROVAL.CALL 


}BOB WOODS ir 


LI.3-2107 L1.4-9694 


Femme EO 11 x of Bargain 


SALE !! 
THEY MUST GO! | 
$895) 


4-dr.. t-tene sreen,. 


$1095 


. Leeks and runs 


$795 


Excel. condition threagh- 


| $595 | 


Excellent con 


$1095 


twe- 

finish: Bydra-Matic, 
new tallered seat covers, 
-~. three. many other extras. 
mile- 


One ewner. Goeed tires. 


3540 14th St. N.W, 


TU. 2-4100 


—Repeating— 


For the First Time This Year [{ 
Pages-Hughes Buick’s 
Sensational a5a(2 

Discount Deal 


75 Brand-New Buicks; all models and 
body styles. Trades Accepted. 
Terms Arranged. 


Page-Hughes Buick 


621 ARLINGTON BLVD. 


JE. 3-97 


Open Monday through Friday, 9 ‘til 9; Saturday ‘til 6 
Closed Sunday 


~ 


Falls Church, Va. 
eon Reute 50 


PARKWAY FORD 


{38 Years of Successful Dealing 
Mean YOU Get More for Less 


Our Customers Are Our Ist Consideration 


Check Our Prices, Our Service, 
Our Reputation & You'll Agree 


PARKWAY IS THE BEST WAY 


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'S1 Plymouth 


Perqtery Cueemen) Ran: 


eat = $499 


’'S1 Ford 


- » gedors Forde - 
imation .“ e. 


faictrad, sot 94Q5 


'S2 Plymouth 
finish wtih har -Dr. Devetone eres 


utes #545 


'S3 Ford 
Ee, 8 9995 | ™ 


Corenet 4-Dr. KR. & H., stiver 


seh agg | | 


’S1 Ford 


cont’ = Seok 
ad} pe’ 
Sl Henry J 


8195 


’'S1 Ford 
Remy teed Need vas ee 
ant ee: 9299 


with 


nae 


4-Dr. 
theese apetnet $7 


race *295 


hag _Guevreves 


’S1 Ford 
Eat citas: #595 
'46 Nash 
Set 


Victorta ‘twectone. 


’S1 rere 


Custom ay 
Greenbriar 
finish and - ex- 
cellent § cenditien 


= $399 


’S2 Pontiac 


Ee Ok 
“$995 Radio 


ish with hs 
’S1 Mercu ry 


nising 
’S3 Ford 
Custemline “8” 

& Heater. finished 

Clad Coupe. ve $ Heat- 
er. banner dice $ 4 
finish. Only 5 
50 Stude. 
= a » Seeman Coupe. 


ai °195 


a ie Pe 
51 Satoh 
oo —, Reansee. radie 


s 
finish 


ee ge $595 


We Trade Every Make—Bring Your Title 


PARKWAY FOR 


BUY WITH CONFIDENCE—OUR 37th YEAR OF FAIR DEALING 


3051 M St. H.W. 
FE. 3-2200 


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'SS MERCURY ’S56 LINCOLN ’56 MERCURY ’S6 MERCURY + 

PRs Mice 4-Dr. White MONTEREY Hardtop. White MONTCLAIR. 4-Dr. White & =i 
bine. Full power ne a & Persimmon, Mercomatic tem. Radic. heater. Fully 

Tuder—New 4 br 'Ce. Pres. Peay a <= Tet « — ae. ; equipped. Used a litle for > 

$2195. 00 $5672 oe —— Selis mg $3719. $ display. Ne. 6078. + 

so ets Ee Od SAVE +1250 { “SAVE ‘950 SO; SAVE *950 { SAVE $1000 a. 

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56 MERCURY ‘96 MERCURY { 'S6 MERCI 56 MERCURY 56 MERCURY : '56 MERCURY Zi 

MONTERSY 4. Dr Full sew- RONTCL ARR Marétes. Foosh MONTCLAIR Hardtop. Fall $ SPT. 4-DOOR. White & Per- + 
R.4H.. white & ereen. tow power. 7 w & @ simmen. Pull pewer. Merce- 

Used @ ttle for display. an ‘tepioment Used a “ttle sreen, Used a Mittle fer dis 4 matic. R.a Used = week zi 
Sells for $3714. Ne, 6005 dl —— Ne. 6076 as. No. or 3% oe ottietal Ne. 6160. Sells 

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MONTEREY 4 Dr. Black & vellow. B.48. Full power. Used « MONTCLAIR UGardtep, Mercomatic. Fall sewer. R.4N. Blue 7 

few miles for display. Ne, GOST, Gelie for 85774 & Diese. Used « few days. Neo. GOST. Selle for £2994. ? 

SAVE *950 SAVE %1050 =7 


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USED CAR PRICES SLASHED TO RIBBONS 


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52 Chev. $699 


De luxe Convertible; ereen 
and white, heat and music. 

tires. seat covers. 
Very, very clean and monet 
purrs ke a kitten. 


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53 Buick $1595 


Riviera Readmaster, hardtop 
convertible, dyna... 
radie and heater 
jval a few thousand miles 
by physician a6 Tamily car 


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55 Chev. $1399 ; erc. $1449 
: 
- Mardtep *-Deor: light —~ 
S-cyl. Bardtes t-dr.: r. and @ Heater and spelen 
bh. seat covers and flicht $ sires. special Vinyl covets. 
‘ ery few miles by Goevern- 
green. Special; like new 5 ment official. It's « beauty 
Ne. O68. S175 dewn ? Ne. O54. $175 down 
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51 Ford $695 


Perder Custom “*” Sedan: 
blue Ht. 


This car was 

raced ‘all the time. Leols 

fost as geod as new. 885 
oo 


e's, 


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Like new throeucheout, 
"53 Ford $1095 
Green 4-dr bh. Driven 
very carefully by head -oaf 
-~ © mepection station 
Every oat screw an belt 
kept right ap te scratch. A 
Ne. 106. 8125 


wonderful bay. 
down. 


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54 Pont. $1499 


&-evl. © ates na Hardten: hyr- 
dra r h.. everrthing 
on tt. w. 2) tires. Mandarin 


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54 Ford $1299 


Crestiine Paerder sedan 
ight and dark creen. r. and 


h.. seat covers: hardiv tre 


maroon. It's a beauty and ken in geod, net « seratch 
Pentiac’s best. Ne, O64. £185 on 1. What « value! Ne. oon 
own. S100 dewn. 


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50 Buick $249 


Biue convertible Super: dy- 
mnafiew. radie. heater. 84 
down. 


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55 Merc. $1799 


2-deer: radie, beater. bdlee 
and white. Just broken ia 
good. 


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54 Pont. $1299 


Star Chief 4-deer “S's white 


54 Merc. $1695 


Monterey potas wagon: 
heater. elt one Sane, beeee.. "ome h.. 
vinyl} ephelstery A real bey y me by 


epreten driver. What a buy! 
Ne. 677. 7 


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50 Chey. $199 


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“e00" <4-deer sedan: bive, 
autometic drive, r. bh. cov 


V-8 Custem Tader: mareen 


"46 Buick $99 


Special 4-deor: bive. heat 
and music; rides and looks 
excellent. 84 down. Ne. 098 


4-deer. Bleck. r h. seat 
covers. ww. tires Very 
clean 


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ees - hea beauty. Like eld Packard in ore. & aifty plese of staff. =. oe ye Wher s 

trade. 695 down. No. 095... Ne, 043. S34 down. price! Neo. O61. 885 down 4 
50 Buick $349 : 50 Buick $349 ¢ '52 Olds $829 : '52 Pont. $699 . 
Super 4-door sedan; dyne Su 4-deer: black. paint . S-erl. Hardtep *%- 

=. covers, bleck finish. sh . plike new, free: » age, Th cag em “ee re.. *. and b. white ond =. 
In tip-top condition This is ee Ri .f Bes ween oy erg; very close car. A real cae eg any ondition, i 
a rea y ® down e. ‘ bey dow pee > bs . Ne. 
161 4 849 down. Ne. 675 4 O57. S18 de 4 

65 Ford $1399 ¢ '53 Merc. $1129 x 


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¥-8 green Teder sedan: r Biue and white i-doer: 

and h.: 11.000 miles, not « w.-*. tires, beater, sienals 
seratch on it. Ne. 659. S129 © A seal cream pull. Ne, 30% z 
down 54 S180 dow 


‘52 Ford $749 


Cusiom “8” Tader: creen, best 
and music, «.-w. tires, tarn sie- 
nals. Just os clean a6 «2 hound’s 
teeth. What « bey. 865 down. 
Ne, 096. 


64 Olds. $1795 


“SS” Super hardtep convertible: 
-tene bine and white, hydre.. 
radie, beater. power steering 
arakes. Looks fust like new. 


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53 Merc. $1249 


Menterey soft tep convertible; 
ali vinyl bive and white to 
match color; Continental kit, r., 
h.. spotlight. w.-w. tires. Be 
worth 8300 more « month from 
mow. Ne. 348. 6190 down. 


52 Chr’ler $849 


Imperial 4-deor. fall psawer, 
ponds like . feather: r. and 

oe = 
he one 


enty 
re cithren. “feady 
the 


fer « coast, Ne. O45. 
go 


SALE sé? 


IN PACKARD 


with Nexis 4 = Tht cern Co. | ge 


AUTOMOBILE, SALE 
RC. 51 SP 


rk green w.w. tir r. h over-| Inge 
. k finest condition: 4 Ay 


e 
with sliding sun ton and Telefun- 
ken radio: one owner: 


et or? g0ips overseas, . 
ASH—'50 Ambassa 
: must oem tee 


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35 


and ‘* 0 er ext 
DAN | Seal” nites mice, car: sea 
6312 Gs. ave. 


au , "7 
TAA SS: 


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‘ee "CER RVICE) 


oe, oo age wi, 
“Northeast Motor Co. | 


oat 
NASH 1955 RAMBLER 
fleage; 


seats ay ® to 
ye age ow. 
ear: like new Low 


TLIMOUTS— OE r 
o : ms atte. 
= mect pereees 
with 

* mith credit. ar bee 
~ PL yO a Stude. 9? 
priv. AB. bark arog cond. Must 


eRcuRyY — 'S2 Sport Coupe ra dio. | 
rT: grey all the way. 


= Northeast Motor Co 


ard. ne Li. 7- -8390, 
ny Misa nlerey sedan. 
Cobalt biue and white. | 


ae wxe 4-dr. | 


AsHn— Rambler hapates club 
coupe. 


,. eater: 
sondtiion = ede 


Te erms. ers 
2-to 


Redio. heater, auto. Sronemnission. 
. tires: 
nish: im 


ate pts Rv ice 


BSH ARTICA 


a 
sare executive. 


‘Diack. Like sew. ideal low t, 
| dual- Rinethva transportation. $496. fee ae Metropolis 
rthneast Motor Co. | fixe pave i? *aahats dey. 


PLYMOUTH— ‘s Belvedere Hard- 


“radio. heater. o, heater. Hydre. Matic. Wish | ‘fol 
oe. ee Co. arantee 
ast Mo WHE LER. uN hevy Chase Chevrolet Rydri ad LB, Neariy~ 
1-6100. ~ WR "ponaiien 
30- 


open ~iish fuper we oe-| CARTREE WARIS 
cqutpees. | 3 : PLYMOUTH 1981 1 Special de luxe | $304. day warranty. trade and 
apitol ol Cada Olds, & | Gictennepeee ati |e Bintin: itm = | MONROE FORD 


heater. 
| Pees ) 100 Wis ones. Hs. Pa. M 


‘54 OLDS 
Cigits af efto MOTORS Heate TH--1954 Savoy door. | wo. e000" open 


mY—i952 4-dr onterey 
4% sharp red and tan finish: | WA 


Edmonds (Ford) | 


-— 28 wos Bivd.. Ari... Va 
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$8 


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4800 Wisccnste NW. Arlington. Va, 


“en PA 
“ri your bedeet. Car 25319. 
Price $895 
LOW GMAC TERMS 
ash."s Oldest Chevrolet Dealer 
Barry-Pate Chevrolet 


NZ 12th St. VW 


‘53 PLYMOUTH 


‘Cambridge 4-deer, 
i beige, radie ~« 
ok'ed ear 


1953 PLYMOUTH 


Cranmbreoek 4-4. sedan. Licht 

green im) =€6teler., with radie, 

heater and sactemetic trans 

mission. Very clean throughout. 

for enly 8045 

Washington's Oldest and Largest 
Dodge-Piymouth Dealer 


REW MOTOR CO. 


6th & Fla. Ave. N.E. Li. 7-1792 


; ay | RAMBLER 52. AR Ra . 
2 rambler convertible; | ory orth epee. 
lo ond. eater “Cold weather BU Rowe. MOTOR 
a hi as it e er Heater, turn signals. seat 
3298 Wilson Bily¢ | new low tional 88 HOLIDAY aes ax oe erms: JE..2-5050' an cecsptionalie clean. i-own i: ny 
_ | Raseoaie mggrr-| REPOSSESSED | & Bel ae er | esate He eras tae |” WHEELER ine | 
; “ar, 7 es maculate ; 
ag Bn: cg Be B mem ft 53 Oldsmobile ly yy "enesl,  mochables REPOSSESSED 2 95 DOWN FOLLIN PACKARD wn? Ris ts duc ha beraais m 
Holiday hardten, convertible, y tae - = © Park. M UN Ls “1500 | ii 
-: white-wall tires. Hydra- Pee Re Testor: sites $299. 50 TOTAL - : ae we ae coals oe rine. 56 00" 8 a] Kenyon- Peck Chevrolet 
Beautiful black fin- ‘Excel es win 2636 Wilson Bivd., Arlington, Reed 
Statesman and nae: te up d . cael $20.16 a a a ‘tial! iter te j 
BOB WILSON *53 CHEVROLET 


' q ™ & ane . 
oe 4-8300. (OP .. orig. epony black : Hirata. 
| “Edmonds (Ford) | oe mech: perfect Bd a 
| RAMBLER—’'SS station wagon: like soon sae tt trades 
a 4000 Ga. avé. af 
’53 CHEVROLET | OP eee tare “YARD ii ies SDS white and 
Ai 
overdrive, heater. twin bed re- sbeohates yy RRR 2-tone si fas. Please ask for sto 9. | 
two-tone light green with iwerr 
BRAND NEW 1555 WagH| $;4°9" eden ck fin: 
3D AND K STS. NW. t-deor, shadow «ray, factory in- 


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an *“"V-8's""; 
TO $1000. ONLY A r credit approval 


Hurry and take ad- SECURITY MOTORS 


vantage of this fraction of. to own 

a new car at . Hag Re ra] + ‘otal 
‘HM value. NASH ARLINGTO OnF’. ed &, N. Y. Ave. N. W. 
| 201 mee ra Ariing 


Washington's Oldest and Largest 
Dodee-Plymouth Dealer | PEW lL 


1952 PLYMOUTH 


LOW GMAC FINANCING 
Wash.'s Oldest Chevrolet Dealer 
Barry-Pate Chevrolet 
1148 18th 84. W.W. RE. 17-7887 

13 OPEN EVES. CLOSED &U pnecd 


the economically minded berer. 
Car #1011% 


$745 


LOW GMAC FINANCING 
INDOOR DISPLAY 


sen. 


Washington's Oldest and Larges 
Dodge-Piymouth Dealer 


REW MOTOR CO. 


th & Fis. Ave. NE. Li. 1-078 


fiisss prym. “ei “53 BUICK 
FASON: Of Ban. 1 2-ar. . heater, tere “tienale. Pre it. it. 

?. it and ber it 

[Ei finish: spotiess ip ¢ : | $1095 


LOW GMAC TERMS 
Wash.'s Oldest Chevrolet Dealer 


Barry-Pate Chevrolet 


1168 18th St. N.W. BE. 7-788? 
OPEN EVES. CLOSED sUNDAY 


JOT IIASA SI IA AAAS 
* NO CASH NEEDED 


+ Attention Servicemen: | 
> This Also Applies to First 3 Grades and Omeers x 


rol x 
Price p aang Pd -4 
$1195 $95 $58 
52 * 
4 


1952 DE SOTO “8” 

4-d00r sedan. Original Meck 

finish, tke new: spotioss inter- Ri) 
‘Bier. Has sutemetic trans... peow~ 

er steertng, redie and heater. 
BOnly 8495. 


Washington's Oldest and Largest 
Dodge-Plymouth Dealer 


Wash.’s Oldest Chevrolet Dealer 
Barry-Pate eer 


1168 18th St. NW. RE. 
OPEN 


7aaT 
N EVES. CLOSED &U NDAY . 


NEW CAR CAR DEALER 


Trades on New 
Dodges & Plymouths 


"65 Plymouth . .$1440 53 Chevrolet .. $995 


2-dr.. t-tene oo hester and ir. Powereiiée. 3. 
defroster, tke ne ly eavipped 


54 Dodge 53 Plymouth . . $896 


‘-dr. Corenet, eeulpped. 4-dr. Cranbrook 
ute. trans., showrm. appearance tene ef anish,. ‘tntee Be 


"64 Pontiac & - $1295 152 Plymouth . $645 


4-dr 
exceptionally eles « -ér. Cranbdroek., oviainal glessy 


——_ exceptionally clean. i 
64 Chevrolet 


“s10" 4-dr.. 2 te eheose from. 
eaulpped. 


Powersiide, 
54 Plymouth . $1195 


2-ér. Seavey, shewreem sppear- 
ance. 


"63 Dodge $995 


4-dr. V¥-8. low mileage, . 
tionally clean, e¢, excep 


' RE. 17-7887 

EVES. CLOSED SUNDAY 
ppSeh BUICK Dealers 
Closed Sundays 


45 Years of 


DEPENDABLE USED CARS 


NORTHWEST SOUTHEAST 
1620 M ST. N.W. 1539 Pa Ave. S.E. 
Di. 7-8196 LI. 3-2400 


‘35 BUICK BUICK ..$2347 


$2397 
<a i-dr Hardtep Hardtes: Dyna. 
BUICK $2397 BUICK $1997 
Hardtep: pewer steer- Seper hardtep; Dyna. 
s Dyna. 
BUICK $2297 ag NE - mgd 
Sedan; Dyna. BUICK $1847 
rt a a 
ower Steering. Power $1397 


na BUICK 
$1997 


Readmaster ha cr dt @ bi 
Roadmaster sedan: pew - power 


ya Ae hye BUICK $1347 

BUICK $1797 Super convertible: Drna. 

oo: Dyna BUICK ‘ $897 
$1697 


Super hardtop; Drna. 
BUICK Druafle BUICK $797 
BUICK $1097 BUICK Drona. , 
BUICK $847 Lae: 


Sedan. 
Bvic "S697 BUICK $297 
$497 


Washinoton's Oldest and 
|MaLargest Dodge-Piymouth Deale 


REW MOTOR CO. 


6th & Fla. Ave. N.E. Li. 71-1732 | 


READY TO WORK! FOR McKEE PONTIAC 


‘50 Chevrolet. $435 
ie-teon pick-up: heater and 
defroster. Ne. 116%. 


Kenyon =i Peck 


oo VA. 
3140 Lee Bw JA 


These Must Go! 
51 Packard $4721 


4-Deoer. 


"52 Packard $618 
.$987 


‘35 


21-9008 
‘S3 BUICK HARDTOP COUPE... 
'S3 DE SOTO CUSTOM 2-DR. 

‘S3 CHEVROLET SEL AIR 2-DR. 
‘S53 FORD “8” TUDOR, Ferdomatic 
*S3 PLYM. CRANBROOK 4-Dr. .. 
HUDSON “6” 2-DR. ce 
DODGE CUSTOM 2- DOOR 
MERCURY 4-DR., Mercomatic 
PLYMOUTH HARDTOP COUPE 
PONTIAC “8” 4-DOOR 

1 STUDEBAKER CHAMP. 2.- DR. 
OLDS “98” HARDTOP 

CHEV. HARDTOP COUPE, P.G. 
MERCURY CUSTOM CLUB CPE. 
LINCOLN CONV. i 


52 Dodge | i 
4-dr. Corenet. Gere. ft. and h.. 
1 ewner, cuaranteed. \ 


‘51 Plymouth ... $95 


i-dr. Cranbreek. 7? 
from, an ideal 34 ear. 


’ 

49 Dodge 

Cerenet elad t ee grey, 
beater and 4 


Sssssenses 
KkKKKK 


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$2339 


"*6 PONTIAC 
4-DR. SEDAN 
Glendale ereen and n 


"52 Buick . BRAND NEW—NOT 


° Sedanette: Dyna. 
“50 BUICK $497 50 CHEV. 

Sedanetie: Dynaft 
. $347 


‘48 BUICK 
$447 
o-deor: de lux 


"49 BUICK KS 

ans: Drnaf "$147 

‘Al BUICK .... $97 

50 CHEV. 

'S4 FORD $1097 

‘S1 PACK. $597 
Convertible: Hydra. 


a 


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‘53 
‘51 


‘53 


‘52 M 


‘49 


Sedan: Powerstide. 
CHRYS. $1147 


Sedan: Simplamatie 


DODGE $597 
$347 


Sedan: Coronet. 
FORD 
Sedan: Custom “s.” 
MERC. .. $1347 
Station Wagon. 
ERC. . $847 
mn: Mercomatic 


PONTIAC $297 


Two-deer: Hrdra. 


Riviera. 


‘51 Chrysler $715 


4-Doer Sedan. 
52 Chev. . .$620 
4-Deor Sedan. 
The Easiest Terms 
Possible 
Many Others te 
Choose From 


We Have a Few 
"SS Packards Left 


2 eee ere ee 


CHEVROLET 4-DR. 


90 +e Saori TE to $4295 


MH Every Car Listed Gaur. 100% to Pass D. C. or Va. Inspection 


x 


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FRANCIS & PARSONS 


YOUR $.E. DODGE-PLYMOUTH DEALER 


2116 NICHOLS AVE, S.E. 


LU. 4-2880 


S ar Nichols Ave. S.E. 10. 2-0336 *K 


SAIIIIDAIIAIIAAIAIAAIS 


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NO BETTER TIME 10 BUY 
THAN NOW! 


DEMONSTRATORS— 
NOT COMPANY 
OFFICIAL CARS 


Tired of loose talk? Here's 
price talk! Heres genuine 
proof that McKee wont be 


out-shouted, outsold or out- 


bath air cleaner. De hi xe 
steering wheel 
interior trim. w.-w. tires 


Special 


$2783 


"‘ PONTIAC 
STARCHIEF 
CATALINA CPE 
Sun beige and sanda)- 
ood All new &8trato- 
flieht trans 


dercoated. porcelainized 


NO BETTER PLACE TO BUY 
THAN NORTHWEST MOTORS! 


‘AD Ford ..$295|'52 Chrysler $895 
Custem 1t.- deer. Windser Hardte 

‘50 Chevrolet . $395 Pontiac . "$1295 

SY ek $495 Nosh Very clean! 

luxe 4 deer. 

's} ids "$495 

'S1 Olds $695 

"$495 


4-Dr. Seper De 
Champien i-dr. Clean! 


‘52 Studebaker 
‘52 Nash = 95 


—~ INDOOR DISPLAY ~~~ 
EMERSON & ORME 


: SELLING OUT : 


60 cars must be sold regardless of cost. 


MAKE US AN OFFER 
NO CASH NEEDED 
ON CREDIT APPROVAL 


Call fer Credit Approval and 
Our Courtesy Car Will Pick You Up 


Li. 7-4904 


“A Few Samples of Our Many Bargains.” 


FULL PRICE 


‘53 MONTEREY *565 


Mercematic. electrie windows. 


FULL PRICE 


*545 


FULL PRICE 


+147 


FULL PRIYE 


‘53 PLYMOUTH $385 = x 


4-deer; equipped. 


Special Financing fer Servicemen 7 
100% Warranty on Most Cars 


CARR MOTORS ; : 


1518 PA. AVE. S.E. 
Open 9 AM to 9 PM 


traded. We're letting these 


brand new cars go for @ 


hate Mirs. 


Inc. 
7301 Wis. Ave. 
Bethesda, Md. 


OL. 2-9200 
Area's Largest Packard Dealer 


STOP! 
NEEDED 


Reliable Parties 


FULL PRICE 
"54 Buick 


exe 9995 


FULL PRICE 
"53 Ford 


vero $395 


4 Pontig $795 


FULL PRICE 
"61 Chrysler 


Rs phy 


matic trans... Ran 


FULL PRICE 
51 Olds 


Ey 


iy Olds oy 9: 
Pp $3 


iit, "ee 299 


54 Mercury 7 $19 9% 


$2692 


"4 PONTIAC “#70” 
CATALINA SEDAN 
Bolero red and raven 
biack;: Hydra-Matic. R 
& i & oii 


song to prove our point. Yes, 


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these are sparkling 1956 


models .« + «* 


Take another look at the 


detroster 
bath air cleaner, } 
ho nament, 


never used 


Be porcelainised 


$3075 


‘4 PONTIAC 


: 7 
“anal Finest Car’ prices. If you ve been talk- 


.$1545 


ing about owning @ new 
IT ALL DEPENDS ON HOW YOU LOOK AT IT 
but you can be sure there are NO ILLUSIONS in a 
MOORE-GREAR DEAL on a "56 Lincoln, Mercury 
or safe-buy trade-in. No matter what illusory dis- 
counts or allowances others may claim, it costs less 
eash difference to buy at MOORE-GREAR, 


HERE ARE SOME 
OUTSTANDING EXAMPLES 


‘53 Ford ... $995 |'50 Lincoln . $565 


Cenyv.: sparkling tight biee fin. 4-deer: t.tene biee and erar. 
teh & H. w.-w. tires, Ferd- R. & H.. air cond. 


53 Merc. . $1265 


4-deor. Village screen. BR. & H.. 
steering. 


seats. 


Pontiac . . . come fo McKee 


Dhow fer action’ Drive away 


a brand new 1956 Pontiac 


today! 


Granada cold. 
flieht trans. 


steering. 

w.-w. tires. R. & H. & D.. 
6ii filter and off bath air 
cleaner back-up lights 
and plenty more 


NORTHWEST MOTORS MCKEE PONTIAC - 


1 Conn. Ave. N.W. te 
Pe A for Your Convenience 1828 he Sonat, NW. he : ST. 3-7100 . 


AR 


SS eee 


ONE OF AMERICA’S OLDEST AND LARGEST FORD DEALERS 


a 7 


oe vests 


‘53 Ponti ie ion 


4- ong 
Terms arranged to suit you. 
Call Floyd Brewer, Dewey Rice or 
Lefty Holloman. 

WoO. 6-5654 


omatic, 


53 Lincoln $1495 


Cosmepelitan: BR. a2 R.. power 
steering and brakes. w.-w. tires: 
ray. 


54 Merc. . $1745 


Ceony.: bright red with brand 
new k ten. w.-w. tires, BR. 


154 Ford . .$1195 


Tuder: t-tene white tep and 
bhue bottom: RK. & BH. 


53 Buick . $1235 


Cenvy.: Kh. bine: Dynafiew. w.- 
tires, R. & H.. obec. wimaows. 


THESE EXCEPTIONAL VALUES MUST BE SEEN 
TO BE APPRECIATED 


Mercomatic, pewer 


54 Olds | 


Sport coupe: r. and hk. 


‘53 VICTORIA 


Ferdematic: power steering. w.-w. tires. 


‘52 PLYMOUTH 


Sedan; equipped. 


4-war 


63 Merc. . $1265 


4-deer: mareon finish: BR. & H.. 
overdrive. w.-w. tires. 


53 Olds .. $1575 


* Heliday Harton, RnR. & i.. 
$ and black. - 


white 


ATTENTION 
MILITARY PERSONNEL 


des financed. Officers 


all cre WWVAL | 
and first 3 crades se denn 


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5033 WISC. AVE. N.W. 
4400 CONN. AVE. N.W. 


payments. 

® Bank Financing 

® Ask About Our 100% 
Guarantee 


MILLER MOTOR CO. 


316 FLORIDA AVE. N.E. 
Li. 4-2396 


YOU GET A 
BETTER USED CAR 


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BUICK : ~ | | > >- — et 
FOR OUR OPENING DAY 
4 BARGAINS GALORE | Easy Terms—Bank Financing 
. ; see J. You are cordially invited to come in, inspect and 
5 ‘53 Plymouth aa Pmyes = ’ - drive one of these Quality A-1 used cars. 
ee C 1 -yRO LETS RFs * O95 | F857; stare #995 ne” —stegs FORD $1195|’S2 FORD 
& SUNDAY tre “clean — gas. ; 2 ye veces ratahe ober stees. an fintehe Very oo ae 
‘55 Pontiac V-8 engine tender shi tires ’S3 FORD 'S2 PONTIAC ..$795 


33 Pontiac 


Cleb coupe V-4: Fordem ; ‘ 4. bief 9” ote * 
green finish; seat covers. Very sharp. tae eS : Mydga-Matic. RB. & 


'S3 PLYM. ... .$1095/ +> corp 
1 Pecdeme tie, ' a 


geste we a: BR. & B. Light Mee finish. 
Custem V-S Tuder 
The very ong See Mat estes coe. stat covers. Black finish; ether extras 


’S3 CHEV. 


*.deor: heater. seat covers. Light ereen. 
Very clean with only 16.000 miles. 


’5S FORD 
Fairlane Club Sedan. Fordemattic. R. & FH. 
and white finish: Centinental spare 


heel, wa4.m. tires, 


"S53 FORD 


Custém V-S Todor; BR. and &., seat covers. 
Light bise finish, A-t mechanical condi- 


Coupe entnenatin RK. x... 
~.4.-7. tires. Yellow with Slack top. “ocak 


35 $1795 


Fairiane Teder: R. & HF. — one white fin- 


ish. Very clean. Low 
'S4 FORD .... .$1495 


Skyline: Ferdematic, BR. & H.. ether extras. 
Derk green finish. 


my RS te 


“150 Buick 


ie seni $345 


interior, 3. fone green finish 


32 eb pugs 


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na 2 st ES]7 95 ‘51 Oldsmobile 
5 “So airdra seni S$ 
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BARGAIN BASEMENT 


‘47 Pontiac conv.. .$245 | “49 Ford Tudor V-8 $295 
“49 Buick 4dr. .. .$195 
‘46 Cadillac 4-dr.. S145 


NO DEALERS PLEASE - 
oe 
ORDERED SOLD! REGARDLESS OF PROFIT 
BRAND NEW 
; T 25 FACTORY 
FRESH 
OVER THIS WEEKEND—FRIDAY, SA! 
$ DOWN MS ¢ ey Se 
H o R aS py 
“TRA WEEK 
ee iwawnwr sss, 
USED CAR BARGAINS—SAVE UP TO $500.00 
CHEV. Del Ray: pd $1399 ‘Ss! FORD ee eae: tees 
CHEV, 2-0". 5 i 


Maintinme Tader: BR. & H., seat covers. 
finish. 


"52 CHEV. 


4-deor; RK. & H.. seat covers. Light ereen 
finish. 


‘51 FORD 


Custom V-S Tader: RR. & H.. special ephel- 
stery. Dark blue. A- : throuchesat. 


‘SO CHEV. Bel 4 
49 CHEV, £-Dr+ radio — 


Custom 
Dark FA ae 


50 FORD 


Ces ¥-8 Club Coupe: RB. & H. seat cor 
-tep conditien. 


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4970 South Dakota Ave. N.E. LA. 6-5445 
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‘4-Deer: beater. seat covers. Lew mileage. 


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a 53 FORD 


oetems V-S Tedder: Fordematic. BR. & HE. 
. fimish; seas covers. fender shields. 
’S3 FORD 


gel V-8 Teder: Foerdematic, & 
Gray fipish. Very seed 


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radie 


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Mainline Tedder; BR. & H., seat covers. Light 
blee with dark top. 


pr ge ¥-8 Tedert Ferdematic, KR. & H 
P covers; 2-tone finish. x 
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WILSON BLVD Tl ieael. 


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(AUTOMOBILE, SALE 97) 
36 "Saturday, sono 1936 Bf by Y Bagh, appene branes, oF | ., atone PRSTEIAC—150e Buse Chtet Ousten ie bs filesgs. New ‘car hardtop. “All extras. a 
AUTOMOBILE, SALE if AUTOMOBILE, SALE 7) ane iM co ast $0829. "tacKEe" PON TAC AC Teather" interior. genuine "McKEE PONT! AC ue or terme: at. ee tcACaL 
.. | re. 1585 Tonvertible: bet- Radio, heater. turn signe orie!-| ‘ AC MEANS , 7107 dri power 5 < an ees rains ak * 7 
sedan | built. Oriando’ ivory. turquoise| Pal finish like new; outstanding. 5335 Wis. Ave. § me) 10 on 2s ea Wis. Ave. ST. 3-7107 | ponwriac— =, 1958 Star t, Gates de luxe) | 


: l-owner car; orthwhile Guaeran-| relatively few miles by one c¢ convertible c and 
= shausts. Pa tubeless tires, PONTIAC—1950; beautif | yellow .. new-car condition | ir ea si white. fully equip ~*, Sewer steer-| § 


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|& bh. ‘. 3600 miles, In WHEELER, INC. Ratiten: 7 one 5. (Fe ra-Matic ace rout . New-car susrantee. — he. power brakes. $2095. 


1955 CHEV. “@” fm ek w= ™ sidatoy ERIE AaB pea S ord) ARCADE PONTIAC | et ae E Gaps Cadillac-Olds Co. 


1437 Irving St. NW. AD. 4-8500 


weuslly clean threusheut. Has 
‘S1 DODGE... .$485 


radie, heater and Powergtide. 
4-dr.: vr. and heater. €466-A. 


PL ‘47 4-dr 
cellent condition ieee tires sich 


1222 22nd Bt. NW. _ ST. 3-2600 


_PLYMO UTH—'50 station wagon: all 
metai: l-owner, very clean inside PO 50 — with music 


NTIAC— 
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MOUTH 
951 perth er a Silver Spring, Md | on PPR ITATI MOTORS 
Teena sy Stat ion Waon | - 14th & Fa__Ave, SE __ll._¢-4090._| 
| aulvomeatic ans, ea  - : : 
| Origine $975 “ rm MOTOR | PONTIAC 56 SEDAN | 
3 064s, 4515 l4th st. nw. RA. | $1899 


PLYMOUTH 1949 4-dr sedan, 8155 New. Never Used, Never Soild 


Edmonds (Ford) nee BOD PO NTIAC. | 


3298 Wilson Biya... Ari.. Va | 4221 Conn. Ave 


1955 DODGE V-38 


COR w 8U ry RBAN 
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A real bey fer seme tecky per- 
son et only 82195. 

Dodge-Plymouth Dealer Kenyon sour Peck 
TR EW MOTOR co. ARLINGTON, YA. 


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Washington's Oldest and Largest 
6th & Fis. Aye, N.E. Li. 7-198% 3140 Lee Hwy . 2.9001 


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_ RE. 5-9520. 


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IT MEANS GOOD BUSINESS FOR YOU 


56 Olds 64 Buick $1895 | 


“aR” Holiday : Reedmaster Convi.. he new: 
fT -3 1100 sctua! miles. fully equipped 


55 Ford $1995 ‘53 Buick $1695 


‘ Vietorta, 5 4H. Ferdematic, Skylark, fully equipped; extra | 
b a nice 

5 
"55 Olds 52 Ford 


Vieteria, E.4H. Fordemeatic. ¢ 


PPPS FFs F999 FR | 


bh hh he i i i 
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sharp 
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‘55 Chevrolet ..$1495 ‘52 Ford 


Victoria, RB. » Ferdematic. ‘ 
-Deor, V-4. caulpped —- R. & B. Fordoma . 


63 Cadillac ....$2195 °62 Chevrolet . $795: 


Conv... fally gaatunet including Bot ‘ir. new-car condition: 
Power steering. extra sharp 5,000 actual miles. 


You Get a Better Used Car From 


Seateart. ica Biane | Stanenaies.. S228 [PP ""USED CARS AT WHOLESALE PRICES= ~~ ‘55 OLDS = $ m1 Q] 
| HYATTSVILLE BUICK i): 


em ~S 
; 108m 
ent 6347 ‘ ' 
LYMOUTH— 4 Special De Tax 
gee : LA. 2700. 
-ar Cc 
tires vor % ist* a: theodore ee 
McKEE. BORPIAC Veahingtons Oldest end ta a: ) 
“PONTIAC MEANS McKEF”’ 
5335 Wis. Ave ST. 3-7107 | 
) y 
1953 DODGE V-8 el | 
CORONET 4-DR. SEDAN a | 
Two-tone biewe ahd ecray: hae 
radie. heater, autematic trane.: 0 . a 
low mileage, exceptionally clean 'S3 Chevrolet $945 ) ' 
t-deer: rt. and kh. #580 s 
w 
$29.3 DOWN *]-*7 Yi 
TREW MOTOR CO. | 4 
Sth & Fla. Ate. NE. LE. 2.1782 
a e Li. 7-372 Including Insurance and Finance Charges, Delivers Motoramic 6-Passenger Factory Fresh ; 
; 1956 Chevrolet 2-Door Sedan—including: Heater and Defroster, Tubeless Tires, 12-Volt Bi 
Electrical System, Directional Signals, Permanent Anti-Freeze, etc. 
aa BARGAINS January's snow and bad weather has put us 100 new cars behind our quota—Se Tom's B 
will hold the area's first Snow Sale of Brand New, Factory-Fresh 1956 CHEVROLETS. 100 e 
hong <mev. - a 7 zs * “SO PONTIAC $395 | ‘S54 CHEVROLET .$1295 sed FORD 
oa. w.-w. es. ; 52 Chev. ....8595 > Cenvt. R. & H.. Hrdra. new Del Ray Cl. Coe. BR. and H., . : 
t-deor, heater, excel. cond. > black top, red leather tasertes. P' glide. prove and biagk. 7.000 ; Fully equipped—Hydramatic 


ear threugheut. Only £1095. 
Kenyon air Peck 
TO CHOOSE FROM Must Go Before February 1st. 
pever Riviere hardtop: r. and 1 °SE Olds .... . 8695 © ‘50 DE SOTO $425 | oo ate 


Sao white- walt tires. 
Washi ee ' s Oldest and Largest 
ARLINGTON, VA. 
ra.; 2-tone paint “98” 4-dr.. vr. and hu. Hydra. > €i-Cpe. New w.-#. tires. orie. *S1 FORD $445 4-deor; ©. and b 
"SI Mereury $595 , i. green paint. r. and h. and Convert. Lt. bilge, new top, fF. 
° ’ . 


‘S53 Buick .. .81395 ‘ , Seat covers, perfect | and b.. new w.-w. tires ‘48 PONTIAC .....$95 9B! ie 
ion. le ae as % aa 3 PLYMOUTH $695 "SO MERCURY $475 | S-door: ©. and &. : ‘55 PONTS $ « 
SS Ford ... 91105 FES fe Poth las : | 
and ty Lo esect. ened t 'S4 CHEVROLET $1095 ‘50 HUDSON $199 %& TRUCK SPECIALS & 5 Fully equipped—Hydrama ic 

‘54 Buick ...81495 © 4-47. RB. and H., P’stide, seat | 884 MB Bow smow-erip | 14g CHEVROLET _ $295 Bf. 


Super, 4-dr. Riviera sedan. R. Special 2-dr.. r. and bh. Dru. eres: ’ $179 eee ee 


pec 
A? ae a: Z ‘$3 CHEVROLET $1145 ¥-8& Club coupe: green finish 


"S51 Pentiace . . 869 ‘ * . . t-tene own "50 HEVROLET 395 : 
Chieftain “8” de ire 52 Chrysler $695 Z b belae. r. ak. tonther tat. ‘47 FORD $119 ay Heater and — . ; ‘55 MERCS $ 

t. & bh Saratecs V-4. r. & h > like new V-8 2.doer. mud-grip tires. 4 : 

‘49 Pentinc . .$295 ERTS ES . 


HYATTSVILLE AUTO & SUPPLY CO., 
4301 Rhode Island Ave. Recieve, rm 


AP, 71-9000 °°"; ii Sch" «UN, 4-2750 


Chieftain “8” de h 4-4 ‘48 Olds $10 PEI PIT ION I OR So Re OS TE SS BE ER ELL SE OE BO Rai pegs BES cate 

uxe 4 Eh gdser, . © bh. Moére. AE Pe ROBE: 
ee, | Fully equipped—Mercomatic 
51i Mercury ..8595 [°54 Stude. ...81395 


Convertible, cr. & h.. Meree- All-metal wacen: extra clean: 
Matic. clean. r. end b.. sute. trans. 


Trades Accepted—Terms Arranged Seas | = : | F ; vanantees 
PAGE-HUGHES BUICK 10M HEvRoLeT| Se —_ os 5] FAR 


SSO eee es ee ee eC mC rmC OwrmCUCwmrmCUCrwrrlULCrmhCCrhUCOrmCCrmrmCclCrmrmhCcCmrmrCcCrmhCcwmrrFes 
4 ee a a a ae ae 


621 ARLINGTON BLVD. “IM THE HEART OF WHEATON” 
JE. 3-118 ao yore dg, —_Unevicas lading dealer of Umepica's leading salad. Fully equipped—Hydramatic 


Open Monday through Friday, 9 ‘til 9; Saturday ‘til 6 ‘ . 
GUARANTEED USED CARS Cc a a eee d OPEN TWENTY-FOUR HOURS—SEVEN DAYS A WEEK LOCKWOOD 5-2400 


Sunday .. 
"SS Pontiac $1795 | ‘55 Pontiac .. $2195 |? Sa a — | . - —— 4 | PONTS + 297 oe 
4-deer: @-tene green: eaulpped: Ster Chief Catalina, screen and ‘ . 


1300 actual miles ivery, radio and heater. Hydra. 
54 Pontiac “8” $1295 | '$5' Pontiac $2195 a 7 52 AE mr seat nate sa Fully equipped—Hydramatic 
8-door: equip.; very low mileage. Station acon “S70” ydra.. : ee: ae: i ai Oey 

‘Ss? Buick $895 ; *y and he directional lk, re ney. 


side mirrers. foam seats: im- 
Riviera Hardtop: leaded maculate. like new 


‘53 Packard .. $1095 | ‘54 Mercury . $1895 hats . a. | ae , _ = S&F — | | 

Clipper de tuge 4-dr.: r. and b.: Hardtop Sen Valley: fr. and i Bee ; i gh Ae -_ ee dks Beat eS y ip oe i, a : Z 

Titramatic. w.-#. tres. power Mercomatic, w.-w. tires: « repi < ae ; a, oO apt 8. a ee Ce by __. mS enh: ay : 

Brakes; immac pane, ee ee ms ee ct OB Pe te t Sia a PD oe os i es Ek Stan tei EMP PI Ss 


‘53 Buick $1295 34 Pontiac $1795 


Star Chief ceny.: fr. and h.. Hy- 


Readmaster 4-dr. Riviera: dra-Matic. power sicering, @.-@. 


die. heater dynaflew. 


brakes. pewer steering on; Seres. ‘ . &. : 4 : nh as fn | . ¥ : ; ; . 7 ; j hs - 

ti iinted ties tke new" | ‘54 Pontiac .. .$1695 SSibe EWe F F wee ay inn BB : 7p VERE 

‘54 Chevrolet $1295 heaters Hyere eh —~ ee a Ne 3 ae . : rf | ip o « : — ines . : AY } ( a ‘ 
; — " %9 mee - ; 7 ; . & : : . ¥, ¥ ‘ ; 


Bel Air: r. and bh.: powergtide: matching interior. , lie — , _ 2 — ; : F . 

ww. tires; exceptionally lew | . — a — — ae, : : ; ee eee S , 

mileage 53 Pontiac bs $895 ) = 
me. 


‘Ss! Ford $395 isa Pp equipped: oe 61295 


Custom “8” Ferder: r. and hy | Pontiac | ; 7 —- — 2 — ~~ ee ee eee - “e " ~ eattecncaneen w ee 2 a PS Pee % ; S i 
FPerdoematic; very clean, a = +m and &.. , , be nae sales sara nen sinc PE sal aac — a --— & 
48 Chevrolet ..$245 -'52 Pontiac _.. .$795 LLL E ES Cae er 
are : 0 } 


‘-door; eauipped; rf. and h.! Chieftain de luxe 4-dr.; r. and Fully equipped—Hydramatic 


clean 28 « pin. | ho hydra. w.-w. tires, beagty. 
‘46 Dodge .. $245 ‘41 Buick 


t-deer Custem: r. and h.. w.-w. Special club epe.: vr. and &.t 
tires; clean as a din extra clean. 


H. J. BROWN PONTIAC, INC. 
1545 WILSON BLVD., ARLINGTON JA. 2-5557 


- ——— id : 8 A.M, TO s) P.M. 
KEKKKKKKKEKEKKEKKIKEKKEK : P—~ == @ Use your car as 


S ALE a Werenrante 
Today! 


73 NEW 1956 - gh Sh ad 
, PONTIAGS © Ste bee 

NO CASH NEEDED 

WITH GOOD CREDIT 


The lowest down 
Special Financing 
for Military Personnel 


‘53 BUICKS 59Q5 


Fully equipped—Dynaflow 


‘53 CHEVS. ‘133 . 


o— PLYMS. 


ise: mr 


payment 
Immediate credit 


its : [oe = approval and de- 
: - i <td livery 


These LOW 3 Scoumag @ Famous Coast-In 
’ Re 2-year guarantee 
wrneess = END at these comma ples the finest 


special low fem Aum service this side 


59 OLDS “spp 
Fully equipped—Hydramatic 
pas 2 ee ee a ee of Heaven! “ | 
pric es! i Oe gs _——— Site bi i ? co a an SOWA as i K $ 
ie BIE i TION Rabe ON TERRY _ ) 


RSQ RERR ERE ERS Se 


i 


Fully equipped—Dynaflow 


IES 4-DOOR | / 
Tutone Nimbus gray and Tarragon green; un- 2-tone Catalina blue and Nimbus gray; strato- 5? CHEVS 
derseat heater and defroster. de iu hydra-matic, power steering, power 2-tone Hialeah Ler and Glendale green ° 
and antenna, spec. trim. back-up . dual exhaust. w.-w. tires. de luxe Dual-range hydra ct, W.-W ires. de luxe 
bath air cleaner. oi] filter, radio and antenna. underseat heater and de- and antenna wll bath ”. cleaner, 
view mirror, latex foam $ O07 froster, back-up lamps, oil bath air esaner. E-Z ass. tri- .B5 
eushions. antifreeze, under- oil filter, non-glare rear view mirror. tone horn, sant - BR .. under- $2459: ; 
coat, glaze, gas pearance group. convenience 54 coat. glaze, cag 
group. antifreeze undercoat, $3126: ) 
gas, glaze. 


FULL PRICE 


‘SSFORD *7 85 


Sedan. Ne, 1777. 


A. : _— 


STAR CHIEF CUSTOM COUPE 


mmm gr circa nrawemane ner- 1870 SERIES 4-DOOR | Se | EXTRA SPECIAL 


FULL PRICE 


‘53 MERC. 585 


4-dr. sedan. BR. & HB. OD. Ne. 1707. 


defroster de rragon green. w.-W. tires. de luxe radio and 
coe pedis ry ~y ys Ay lamps. oil Tutone Nimbus eray and Raven black: under- antenne back-up lights. z bath air cleaner, 


bath air cleaner. oi] filter, non-glare rear view seat heater eae defroster. de luxe radio and 
mirror, rear fender shields, hi-fi rear seat antenna, back-up lamps, of] beth air cleaner, 
speaker, elec. radio antenna, 52 oi] filter, non- ee rear view $ 15 
power windows. antifreeze, $3001 mirror, spec. trim. santi- 2448: 


freeze, ma. .m&, giace. gas. 


a 
off filter. non-glare OuTH 
view mirror, antifreeze, pod $290] :28 31 PLY 
dercost, glaze and gas ' 'g3 STUDEBAKER $695 


945 $1 OLDS ..-««eeer" 
f ‘53 PACKARD ... $ 
) 0 OLDS 

860 SERIES 4-DOOR SEDAN RIERA . 
STAR CHIEF CUSTOM 4-DOOR 870 SERIES 4-DOOR a: besip Ravion’ Wanthk’ Gass’ Getmneh: got lle, ». 9595)" """ $62 
Tutone sun beige and sandalwood; strato- range hydramatic. 4-berrel carburetor. special! ‘51 DODGE HO 
flight hydra-matic. w.-w. tires, dual exhaust, Tutone Chesapeake blue and Vista blue. Gpe- trim. de luxe radio and antenna, back-up $495 
underseat heater and defroster, de luxe radio cial trim. underseat heater and defroster. lamps. oi] bath air cleaner, oi] filter. non-glare $369 51 DE soTo 


and antenna. back-up lamps. ol} bath air ol] bath alr cleaner, oi! . rear view mirror. rear fen- $ 30 s BUICK 
cleaner. oi] filter, nom-aglare rear view mir- ter. antifreeze. undercoat, der shields. antifreeze. un- 2451- 


antifretse, undercoat. “giate, $2867: 14 | om | — glaze and gas. : OPEN EVERY NIGHT 
ri 9—EVEN SUNDAY 


undercoat, glaze, gas 


FULL PRICE 


SAGEV. §°483 


FULL PRICE 


2 eee 
55. CHEV. § $885 


Call Now for Credit Approval 
TU. 2-4200 


BILL ROSS 


7400 GA. AVE. N.W. 


Ne Cars te Dealers 


70 SERIES 4-DOOR 

m ES COUPE 870 5 860 Series 2-Door Sta. Wagon 
87 om ES Stone. Wefece red ond Raven black. Desi. 2-tone Olympic blue and Nimbus eray. dual- 
Tutone Nimbus sray and fe radio and amen: exhaust, w.-w. . underseat heater and seam ‘amps. “ot bath ait 
heater a defroster. ux ' r ~~ / ntenna, oi] death . mon-glar rear view 


Snes ae ee $9443.42 coe A antltreeae. antifreese, undercoat. glaze, oo $96 46-95 | Every Car Gets a 
manent ete = perenne rn | “Peace of Mind” Guarantee 
SPACE DOES NOT PERMIT THE LISTING OF OUR COMPLETE SELECTION... 
OPEN SUNDAY AFTER CHURCH. 


MO 


Sh EP 


set SALE__—97 | AUTOMOBILE, SALE 97 AUTOMOBILE, SALE _—97 
? b.. Hyd 3-toné oD a2 


eet. Fgglieaws: new-cns on fit x iop ‘condi mydre- 
"McKEE PONTIAC sa can te a whistle inside & 

$335 Wis. Ave. ST. 3-7107| ARCADE PONTIAC 

rs ta att earns yea, 2 


a 
; @xtre oo cash, 
5. ine 6319 Ge. wa be McK E PONTIAC 
.. PONTIAC MEANS Se a 
Hedra- Matic: dark green; $1045 3335 Wis. Ave. ST. 3-7107 
dmonds (Ford): |"gondition” thraugnout A NEAL 
- ALCORN A 


3298 Wilson Blvd... Ari. 
€ - 
. Club e : radio 
“Her. ery clean 1 


ad h 
jown er Motors. 


ILE. SALE 


CLEARANCE SALE 


65 Pontiac ... $2495 | 63 Chevrolet ... $895 


Ftaetien wagen. all electric ?-Dr., tipped, 1751. 
power. fully equipped. int "52 Buick 7 - 


54 Pontiac eee $1495 wTte Special, fully eauipped. 


2-Dr.. “8” tally equipped. £1691. 
64 Chevrolet .. $1140 | 62 Plymouth .. .$695 
Convertible. fully seauieped. 


4-Dr.. “Tie” felly ecanipped. 
#1756. 
equipped. 


21620. 
$1245 | 51 Mercury 
61 Plymouth .. $596 


Seder eustomline, fully equipped Menterey %-Dr.. fully 
2176. 21425. . 
Cenvertibie, mew tep, fully 


ave 28 a McK ters 
at wns. . eearnt:| $335 Wis. Ave. ST.3-7107 Psy 
‘ PONTIAC r de KER—'S3 Comm. Starlight sche sits 
MEANS : cou ports od; 2-tons sreen: AUTO. INC. ‘est, 1914), 7th at! 
5335 Wis. Ave. oT 7107 at saulp,, Tow pulenee, — cond.:| BR’ sts’ ie North T-aT06. 
; |STUDEBAKER— 51 9-dr. sed.: over 


coupe; 
h.; 2 ve: : new tires, ¥- 
fig town, must sell. Best offer. Kl 


( 


. 


uto. trans fon, fF, 
an: 


piece. 


PONTIAC—1953 2-dr.; r. and h.. 

tohiman evrolet 
3300 M St. NW; 

AD. 2-1646 


Suburban Motors, Inc. 


BARGAIN! 


MERCURY 
SUN VALLEY 


: Free! 5 
a D. C. INSPECTION SERVICE 
Let «as\ teke your car rey 
tien ~~ 


» Pp. CC. Ine . For 
. ment. ca 


Kenyon roe Peck 


ARLINGTON, VA. 
$140 LEE MWY. JA. 


END OF MONTH 
CLEARANCE 


2-DOOR MODEL “t10" 


Priven entity 10.000 miles: 
: ke new: custem 


Forder custom. 


7 


valee at 


Washington's Oldest and Largest 
Dodge-Pigmouth Dealer 


REW MOTOR CO. 


. Ave. N.E. LA, 37-1782 


1956 PONTIAC 


Equipved with R.. H.. directional 
signals, back-up lights, twin sen 


mirror, Special price 


LOGAN (Ford) 


SENSATIONAL! 
‘53 Plymouth . .$825 


Clab coupe; heater, defroster. 
Ne. 924. 


Kenyon ae Peck 
ARLINGTON, VA. 
Hw JA, %- 


ee 


"S51 Nash 


ér., cauipped, r. & bh 


... 8445 


at/ coman, one t-dr. and one 4- 
. & OD. 


. $1795 


“210” 4-dr.. vr. ond hb. Greep 
ish 


finish. 
"54 Mere. - $1695. 
and ° 


Monterev rétem Ff. 
w.-w. tires, geowr brakes. Mer- 
coMatic. it, actual miles. 


"51 Nash ...$545 


Ambassador. one t-dr. and twe 
Sta . ipped, rt. &2 h. & 


"S1 Kaiser ..$295 


4-deer, tr. & b. & O.D. 


Choice of $295 ea. 
'S@ Ambassador 2-dr. 
°S@ Olds 4-deer 

'49 Pentiae 4-deor 


AD. go Bord 
| 
| 
| 


$145 DN. 


R.AH.; ww. tires; Merce 
matic; power steering. 


STUDEBAKER 


COMMANDER COUPE 


$1467 


Station Wareons and 4-deeor se- 


EXTRA CLEAN! 
° 


Fer Credit Approval Call 


The Auto Center 


dans at eaualiy buge sovi. cs. 


American Service Center 
585 N. Glebe Ba. Art. Ve. 


JA, 3-3723 


12th and K Sts, N.W. 
ST. 3-6624 


felly ceuipped. £1660 


63 Olds 


Convertible, fally eaulpped. 
#1767. 


eeuipped. £1632. 


61 Pontiac 


Station wagon, 4-Dr. “8” 
Fally equipped. £1740. 


68 others to choose from. 


NO FINANCE CHARGES > 


All Cars Must Be Sold By Jan. 31st 


SILVER SPRING AUTO CITY INC. 


7990 Georgia Ave. Open 9 ‘Til 9. JU. 8-4535. 


CORRECTION 


te « ispeqvauntest error 

RRY Used Car 

t which appeared 

and Times-Herald 

of Friday. Jan. 27. 1956 the tele- 

phone sumbery was tncorrect. 

The correct number sheuld have 

read District 17-0432. The Wash- 

ingten Pest and Times-Heraid 
regrets this error. 


COAST-IN PONTIAC 
407 Fla. Ave. N.E. 
Li. 6-7200 


Fairfax NASH Sales Co. 


Seminary Rd. at Baileys Crossroads, Va. 
10 Minutes from Pentagon 
JE. 3-3000 Open ‘til 9 
Service Dept. Open on Sat. Sales ‘Til 6 


Saturday and Sunday, 
8:30 AM to 10:30 PM 


‘745 


No Down Payment 


Fer Creéit Approval Call 


The Auto Center BARGAINS IN QUALITY CARS 
12th and K Sts. N.W. DaAbinA SUE Ek ‘ , 


ST. 3-6624 q UTIVA AYE, Tk Al Oto 
— ‘SS Buick ... .$2,499 
ate’ ee 
De Soto ....$599 ‘52 Chevrolet . $699 
Custom 4-dr.; cr. ond hb. 4-dr.; t-tone, pe. 


Buick .....$599 ‘52 Buick 


Super 4-deor sedan: f.- 2-tene 2-doer: r. and h. 
& & 


‘53 R’ch Wag. $1,199 


: ss : ; pre: me Lee ; pm Bee 4 es | ue % bs xp cid 
quel to Our ie Several weeks ago, we staged our 


fee ae at Cae ee ~.—— Annual Sale of ‘55 Demonstrators and 
batterie Recent Sale of ae Factory-Official Cars! Public response 


'S3 Studebaker . $999 
Hardtep Commander V-%; 
aute. trans; fr. and b&b. 

'S4 Buick ... $1,499 
Centery 4-ér.1 ar.. tr. Bb” 

'S4 Buick _.. .$1,999 


Roadmaster; power steer- fy ' 
ing. brakes, Dyaaflew, r. < 4 we ; 


was so overwhelming that we're present- 

ing another tremendous event for those 

who could not be waited on last time! 
As a result of heavy trading on new 


DISCOUNT 
'56 DODGE 


Company Official Car 


Plymouth .$1,099 
Savoy 4-door: 17.900 
miles; equipped, light bive 


Buick ... .$1,34 


Super Riviera; pewer 
steering. dyna. fr. and bu 
w.-. es, 2-tone. 


Olds 
Holiday hardtetp; hydra... 
r. and b.. ke new. fall 
power. 


Ford: r. & h.. power steer- 
Fordematic V-8. 


'S4 Chevrolet 


a 


"36 


models, 


we've supplemented our 


stocks with almost 200 late model cars 
that are as nearly new as our rigid Peace 
of Mind reconditioning formula can pro- 
duce! 


SALE AT ALL THREE LOCATIONS -—— 
1750 Bladensburg Rd., N.E. 


at Montana Avenue 
Washington, D. C. 
Vain Showrooms: 
5710 Baltimore Avenue 
Hyattsville, Md. 


Super 
dyna... fT. ond ’ 
tires, power steering. 


Packard ...$549 


4-deor: ultramatic. equip. 
® 


SS ow tS  T as ze a. a 
. 2s ae . = al x ‘ons 
FF. A 5 fee ss . 4 
fe te ~ =< 
. 5 aot Fh he & 


hardtep: r. and h. 
ad. 


V8 Custom Sierra 4-dr. 
station wagon. Power- 
flite transmission, radio 
and heater, white side- 
wall tires, many other 
accessories. Beautiful 
de luxe two-tone green 
finish. 


HALEY'S 


... OF COURSE 


Dodge-Plymouth Dealer 
Ist & M Sts. S.E. 


, Li. 4-3000 


NEW ARLINGTON PACKARD DEALER 


SLASHES LOCAL PRICES 


PRICE 
REDUCTIONS 
AMOUNT TO 
HUNDREDS 
been 4 


| | eae. seg 
“ray the oF —_ ; | ’ 


a U 
wed we a8 Galas 08 YOM DOLLARS 
hundrees is "9 


3 
re 5601 Baltimore Avenue 
Route No. ] 
Hyattsville, Md. 


7 > aN < 


Y! WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED 10 MORE 


$999 


t-tene. hydra. Ff. 


. $1,299 
dyna. 


Buick ‘52 Buick 
Cenvertible Super: dyna- Super; 
oe, light oer 5. 908 - and h. 
Diack top. n cond. d 
'S3 Buick .. 
Riviern sedan. 
white ever blue 
r. and b. 


'S4 Buick 


Cadillac ..$1,499 ‘50 
Hardtop 2-tone 


coupe; =- 
blue. hydra. vr. and bh. 


Buick ... .$2,199 


Convertible Roadmaster: 
power steering, dyna. f- 
4h 


Buick 


More than 80 Chevrolets and good 
selection of Fords, Buicks and Olds- 
mobiles. 


Hilfe ke 


Or even lower 
depending on 
trade-in 
equity 


1wnaist 


fet 


. feted Ni wes 
Ciiveaoirnry 


Select from 49 Chev- 
rolets, Fords, Buwicks 
and Oldsmobiles. 


WAL aCiin iy. 


Or even lower 
depending on 
your trade - in 
equity 
depending 
on trade-in 


) lesed Sunder 


‘ , es 3 4 ane cae hs >, ry. rae ” any end OO Sa Se he: 
o AIC Fe EO LE OP Bi Nis er Sa a ti 
a Ds dies 0% CnMAiy aace, ees ES SSPE Kes oe 
we os gt i apa Se ALM ak 3 bia ae aes 
- a > we , me . 7" ; - - ~ : 7 > ss ft 
¢ eS w" 
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Every car pre-testetl and reco 
tioned 40 ways om ndi. 


to the limit by P 
world famous Guarantee! 


Night Cael IO FP. 


PACKARD DELIVERED PRICES: 
PATRICIAN Lesa es» $4442.00 
FOUR HUNDRED ............ 4,472.00 
CARIBBEAN H’TOP .......... 5,627.00 
CARIBBEAN CONV. ...........6,127.00 


CLIPPER DELIVERED PRICES: 


DE LUXE 4-DR. .. $2,858.00 
SUPER 4-DR. . caves 3,143.00 
SUPER H’TOP ..... vss. 3,193.00 
CUSTOM 4DR, ............+ 3,346.00 
CUSTOM H’TOP 3,441.00 


ON BANA 
> a 
be ie ’] YB > 
I * Perse 
“heeds” 
, c 4 
Pd 


3237 Wilson Blvd. JA. 5-4205 Arlington, Va. 
Shew Room Open 9 A.M.-10 P.M. Service Dept. Open 7:30 A.M.-6 P.M. 


iid 


CP pen 


GOLUMBIA PIKE and SOUTH GLEBE ROAD, ARLINGTON, 


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WORTH REPEATING: A 


Canadian wrestler of Scot- 
tish ancestry was one of the 
Two 


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tler came 
dressed in 
kilt and spor- 
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Laurent 


costume and 


wahhen quizmaster Herb Shrin- 
“eer asked: 


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ing matches have you been 
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“I've been in 200,” answer- 

ed the Scot, “and I've won 
all the 200 without any 
Braws.” 
“Herb grinned and said: 
“Must have been kinda chilly. 
Let's get on with the quiz 
here .. 

The Soviet Union has 
agreed “in principle” to a 
proposal by the National 
Broadcasting Co. to make a 
{color film of life inside the 
“SSR. The “in principle” 
“Agreement was announced by 
Davidson Taylor, NBC vice 

sident in charge of Pub- 

Affairs. 


Sen. Walter F. George (D- 
.) will appear on “Face the 
fation” Sunday (CBS, 


lia 
Win, Lose or Draw, 


Shriner Has Answer 
By Lawrence p POS VP IK Rae 


Television 


| for Gregory 


tors Corp. will pay $350,000 | 


for the telecast. 

Later, NBC will share in 
the profits from theater 
showings 

At Olivier’s insistence, 
there will be only three com- 
mercials. 


Edward R. Murrow is 
scheduled to be in the Mid- 


die East next week, prepar- | 


ing a special report on Egypt 
and Israel. 

Next Friday's “Person to 
Person” program will be han- 
died by Jackie Gleason, One 
of Gleason's 
will be Sylvester L. (Pat) 
Weaver, who was recently 
promoted to chairman of the 
National Broadcasting Co. 

Veaver is a highly respect- 
ed’ executive, but there have 
been a lot of jokes about 
Pat's speeches on things to 


come in the communications | 


industry. 

I suggest that Jackie use 
this introduction: “... And 
away we go to the only man 
who can reminisce about the 
future.” 


The American Research 
Bureau reports that the top 
10 shows in the United 
States during the first week 
of January were rated in the 
following order: 

The $64,000 Question, 
Peter Pan, Ed Sullivan Show, 
Disneyland, You Bet Your 
Life, I Love Lucy, George 
Gobel, Dragnet, I've Got a 
Secret and Your Hit Parade. 


| Basketball: 
Minnesota. 


| Progress: 


| Habetler vs. 


| guests include Sonny 


Television Highlights. 


9 a. m—WTOP. Ask-It-Bas- 
ket: “Magnetism” is the topic 
K. Hartmann, 
techniéal director of the U. S. 
Naval Ordnance Laboratory; 
and David F. Bleil, chief of 
the physics research depart- 
ment of the ordnance labora- 
tory. 


2:30 p. m—WTTG. Early 


| Saturday Show: Robert Low- 


ery stars in an expose of a 
firebug racket, “Arson, Inc.” 


3p. m—WTOP.-TYV. Big 10 
Northwestern vs. 


3 p. m—WRC.-TV. Pro Bas- 


| ketball: Syracuse vs. St. Louis. 


5:30 p. m—WTTG. Signs of 
Film of the new 
Pennsylvania Railroad Aero- 


| train. 


6:15 p. m—WRC-TYV. Sel- 


| wyn Lloyd: The New British 
interviewees | 


Foreign Secretary answers 
questions about England's 
role 
world 

6:30 p. m. — WMAL-TV. 
Championship Bowling: Rudy 
Buzz Fazio in 
match elimination games. 

7 p. m—WTOP-TY. Gene 
Autry (COLOR): Carnival op- 
erators are forced out of 


| crooked activities. 


. m — WMALTYV. 
Jubilee: Red Foley's 
James 
Sisters. 


7:30 
Ozark 


LaDelle 
members of the 
troupe include the Foggy 
River Boys, Bill Wimberly’s 
Country Rhythm and come- 
dian Uncle Cy Brasfield. 

8 p. m—WTTG. Million 
Dollar- Movie: Robert Donat 
stars in a comedy about the 
eternal triangle, “Cure for 

ve.” 


and the 
Regular 


8 p. m—WTOP-TV. Stage 


in defense of the free’ 


Show: Sarah Vaughan heads 
the guest list. Other _ per- 
formers include pantomimist- 
banjoist-comic Gene Sheldon 
and Elvis Presley, billed as 
the “singing find of the year.” 


8 p. m—WRC-TYV. Perry 
Como Show: Perry is host to 
a trio of old friends—singers 
Julius LaRosa an Gale 
Storm and comedia# Buddy 
Hackett. 


8:30 p.m. — WTOP-TY. 
Jackie Gleason—The Honey- 
mooners: “The $99,000 An- 
swer” is the title of tonight's 
episode. Ralph Kramden be- 
comes a contestant on a quiz 
show. He has a smooth road 
until Ed Norton provides an 
unanticipated bump. 

9:30 p. m.—WRC-TV. Jimmy 
Durante Show: A twin piano 
duet is performed by Jimmy 
and his guest, Liberace. Loud 


piano playing disturbes | 


Jimmy. He discovers that his 
next door neighbor is a 
curley-haired guy with big 
teeth and a sick smile. 

10 p. m—WMAL-TV. Eddy 
Arnold Time: A corn husking 
bee is the background for 
Eddy’s songs “Sippin’ Cider,” 


‘won't liste’n to a wiseguy like’ 


Highlights 


“Hi Neighbor” and “When It's | 


Harvest Time in Peaceful 
Valley.” 

10:30 p. m.—WRC-TV. Safe- 
way Theater: Ingrid Bergman 
and George Sanders star in 
“Strangers.” The show was 
filmed in Italy and directed 
by Roberto Rossellini, This is 
the Washington TV premiere 
of the film. 

10:30 p. m.—WTOP.-TV. Da- 
mon Runyon Theater: Lucky 
Diamond finds his luck chang- 
ing from good to bad after 
he starts taking seriously a 
red-haired chorinne. 


| Dillon plays Cupid between 


| inspection of the deepest oil 
| well 


Walter Winchell 


... OF NEW YORE 
Broadway Melodies 


Newspapermen were shaking their heads over Harry Tru-| 


man rapping Bernard Baruch. 
“It proves,” said one, “Truman has ‘sure changed since _he 
left Washington.” ee ae 
“You mean,” sald another, “it: 
proves he sure hasn't.” man 
“Oh, well” reminded Ye Ed, that will give me a chance to 
|“you can’t make the front pages show something other than my 
‘rapping midgets.” . 
Maybe the reason Stevenson “oe 
sady, 


Truman is that Truman won't'here! 

erent gy a smart guy like’ i» the Roney-Plaza Bamboo 
ruc : : 
Alan Gordon's description of Room the topic was the way 

a public relations en el “A some newspapers were over: 

press agent with a maficure.” playing Grace’s marriage. 
Quote by actress Ruth Ro| “Ppraps.” observed a colyum 


silk cia ———_ nist, “they figger they oughta 


make the most of it because 
Grace is the kind of gal who 
gets married only once.” 

At Si 
Hollywood starlet whispered to 
a pal: “You'll never guess who 
i'm marrying next.” 

“Gimme a hint,” was the re- 
ply, “who's he married to now?” 

Suggested Hollywood theme 
song for Marilyn's return: 
“Come To Me, My Marilyncholy 
'Baby!” 

Funny thing about Broadway. 
When you're going up or down 
‘it always seems to be crowded 
with people going in the oppo- 
site direction. 
| In Lindy’s a group of showbiz 
istars were excited about how 
easy the new jet planes make 
‘commuting between Hollywood 
and Broadway. 

“Isn't it wonderful,” said one. 
“Hollywood's now only 8 hours 


you get right outta 


On Radio 


12:30 p. m—WTOP. Gun- 
smoke: U. S. Marshal Matt 


two warring cattlemen’s fam- 
ilies. 

l p. m—WRC, Monitor: An 
in the world, at Port 
Sulphur, Louisiana. 

1:05 p. m—WGMS. Music 
on Stage: Styne—Charlap: 
“Peter Pan.” 

1:30 p. m—WMAL. Metro- 


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Sen. George is chairman of 
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Committee. - 


—— 


In total number of viewers, 
however, ARB says. that 
“Peter Pan” pulled 46,190,000 
viewers. The $64,000 Ques- 
tion played to 42,630,000. 


from Broadway.” 

“What makes it wonderful,” 
edited another, “is that B'way’s vee 
only 8 hours from Hollywood!” COFFEE MAKERS 

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Item: “Princess Margaret 
‘picked as one of the world’s 
best-dressed women. 

Every kind of a dress a 
woman'd want. Except a bridal 
gown. 

The Wolf Gallery: The Big 
Brother: You suddenly realize 
he’s no longer patting your 
back... The Planner: Spends 
the night wondering if you're 
gonna invite him up... The 
Beautician: Likes to fluff your 
hair (which he adores) and 
your chin (which he finds soooo 
fascinating) ... The Ring: Usu- 
ally wears a sparkler on his 
ugliest pinky. Breaks the ice by 
buying you a pair of scanties 
‘in a sin spot... Daddy Long- 
legs: Glares at night club 
comics who feature shady gags, 
only to repeat them to you after 
two drinks ... The Bored One 
Spends the evening reading his 
fingernails, his sox and necktie 
label. Until your ego takes a 
dive ... The Music Lover: Taps 
your thigh and leg in tempo to 
the music. 

Grace got an Oscar last year 
and a prince this year. What is 
she gonna do for an encore? 


politan Opera House: Wag- 

' ner’s “Die Meistersinger von 

Nuernberg” with leading 

roles of this mellow and 

humorous work being sung 

by Paul Schoeffier, Giorgio 

Tozzi, Lisa Della Casa, Albert | 
Da Costa, Gerhard Pechner | 
and John Brownlee. 


7 p. m—WWDC. Report to | 
the People: Brig. Gen. 
Thomas A. Lane of the Dis- 
trict Board of Commissioners: 
John V. Horner of The Wash- 

| ington Evening Star; and 
Michael Monroney of The 
Washington Post and Times 
Herald. 

7:05 p. m.—WGMS., Library 
of Congress Lecture Series 
(Live): Richard P. Blackmur 
speaks on “Irregular Meta- 
physics,” third of a series of 
lectures under the title 
“Anni Mirabili, 1921-25: Rea- 
son in the Madness of Let- 

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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIM®S i ae 
bad : 


How fo Saturday, January 28, 1956 ° 


MAC ORPHAN ANNIE. ae By Harold Gray 
i Keep Well | ay 
By Dr. Theodore R. Van/Dellen WM s) \ | 
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DO-IT-YOURSELF CENTER TOPPLING OVER | 
T. C. Writes: “In the line of 


2 Da JANUARY preventive medicine, what 
a y about victims of heart attacks? 
CLE A 1 They topple over everywhere. 
RANCE SALE! A crowd gathers and someone) 

; AT ALL 4 STORES calls a doctor or the pulmotor; 
SATURDAY 9 AM to 9 PM-SUN. 10 AM to 2 PM = | 84484, Dut not fast enough. Tt 


is up to you columnists and| 


utify Your Floors Now — Guaranteed First Quality the medical societies and in-| 


surance companies to issue first 


<> aid instructions. | eit 
Enough Tile — Paste “I suggest that office man-| BLONDIE : 
io mgd agers, elevator starters, and ———" SURE.(M REMEMBER HERG YOU PROMISED DID I SAY SUNDAY, 
98 others working in public places’ ALWAYS GLAD TO PAY ME BACK SUNDAY-- DAGWOOD ? I MEANT 
3 ° keep on hand smelling salts, TO HELP OUT THAT'S 7 } SOM 


EDAY 
mee amyl nitrate smellers, and 
a other emergency supplies. But TEN DOLLARS ) -» 


above a they should have UNTIL 
: some knowledge of artificial} . sere : s 
@ Dark aaveteioes hiseyng winndiret ws 5l,,° respiration and know what to : eat Au 
Asphalt Tiles, 9°°x9"'xe". Keach Tile do when a person collapses.” | : " wh 

So writes one of our readers 
who had just witnesesd an 
}emergency of this type. Heart 
attacks are common but |! 


First Quality Asphalt Tile. 12 Beautiful doubt if more than four or five 


| : occur annually in the average 
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COLORS, ASPHALT TILE. Box of 80. subway, and leisure hours at 


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practicable to keep a physician (“SHE'S BLINDOIT@-SHE IGN CARS ARE AS /GEN INE, 


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t in attendance or to train ele- ABLE 
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Artificial respiration helps CAN'T BE SEEN IN 


occasionally but the majority agpbiagices! 
of victims need oxygen. When 

a physician is not available the 

pulmotor squad does a good 

job of rendering first aid and 

transporting the patient safely 

to the hospital. 


A Chicago woman states that 


her fingers “turn white and 
lose all feeling” when they are 
exposed to cold, damp weather. 
She is unable to hold a pencil 


for half an hour after putting 


Slightly irregular but her hands in warm water until : . PSE 
nothing to mar beauty or the blood returns. She asks, | a 
wear — cannot be detected “Is this Raynaud's disease?” — 
: The diagnosis is right and 
j from perfect quality. the treatment 4s the same as 7 r ) 
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NATIONALLY <> CORONET into this mixture every little 


while, especially after handling 


moist articles.” | 
p L A S T | Cc TOMORROW: Give the phy- 


sician a chance. 


/ 
W A L L T | L E (Copyright, 1956. Ginna Tribune) | i) a | 
By Wilson McCoy _ 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
4? Saturday, January 28, 1956 


JUDGE PARKER 


That Explains The 
Whole Thing 


“HOW DOES that razor 
feel’” my barber asked. 

“Feels pretty good,” I said. 

“That's because of the 


The DISTRICT LIN Eby Bill Gold| 


snapped. “A man can al- 
ways shave himself better 
than he can another per- 
son. That's why I get a bet- 
ter shave when I shave my- 


self.” s what you've said.” 
With a safety razor?” I Modern broadcasters aren't 
prodded. 


“Don't talk so much.” he 


can't repeat unless you do. 
So our technique is this: 
“First tell them what 
you're going to say, Then 
say it. And then review 


quite that repetitious, but 
unless they do repeat key 
words and facts, the average 


. 


careful ‘prep snapped. “If there’s anything 
aration I! I hate, it’s trying to shave a 
gave your gabby customer.” 

face,” he ex- There was a moment of si- 
p laine d. lénce. Then he added: 
That's the} “Besides, I think you're 
most impor- trying to confuse me.” 

tant thing Frankly, I think somebody 


about getting 


beat me to it. 
agood 


have.” event, it certainly was an en- 
ooh ”" Teaid lightening 15 minutes, and if 
“rT ¢ " P = a you have any questions about 
there wae Gold barbering I'll be glad to an- 


| rer them. 
something special about the °°’ hem 


steel in your razor or some- 
thing.” 
“There is,” he said in a 


cos 
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS 
Greetings to James FE 


hurt tone, “That's why I (Pete) Runnels and Rep. Lee 
asked how it was cutting.” ‘Metcalf... Tomorrow's cele- 
“Oh.” I said again. “I brants: Sen. Walter Franklin 
thought it was the careful George, John D. Rockefeiler 
preparation. Is it an imported Mrs. Flo Bratten, Maj. 
razor.” Gen. Halley G. Maddox and 
snorted Maj. Gen. George W. Read Jr. 


“There you go,” 
the barber, nicking my chin. 
I ought to know better than 
to try to talk while I'm being 
shaved. “That's the trouble 
with people these days. They 


coo 
GIVE-AWAYS 

Two cats, would prefer 
home together if possible; $2 
inclosed for Children’s Hos- 


think if a thing is good it’s pital (Oliver 44850). Affee- 
got to be imported. What's tionate, -flopeared little 
the matter with American hound: $1 inclosed for Chil- 
steel?” dren's Hospital (Oliver 6- 

“Nothing, nothing,” I mur- 5978). Girl's bicycle; also 
mured, trying real hard to child's sidewalk bike with 


training wheels (Juniper 5- 
6193). 


talk without moving my chin 
or adam’s apple. (Even Ed- 
gar Bergen can't do it.) “I 
just asked if it was imported 


ow 
PERSONAL NOTES 


aus th ht it might ; 
hy pre Pre yy omet be What Mrs. Lillie A. Drexel, 718 
make of razor is it?” Shepherd st. nw.: Your fore- 
He held it up, and we cast was right on the nose. 


both read the a We got a letter from our 

on the blade: “Wade & : ' 
yardbird by return mail. He's 

ae Sheffield, Eng: well, and as happy as soldiers 
“All me other resere ere Ver set It sure pays to ad- 

American.” the barber said Vertise in The Washington 

airily. “Much better steel. I Post and Times Herald. 

can realw skim ‘em off with pao 

an American blade. MAIL BAG 


“Do you use an American 
I asked. 
he re- 


Dear Bill: 
At the conclusion of the 
program to which I was listen- 


blade at home?” 
“Are you kidding?” 


plied. “I use a safety razor 
: ing this evening, the an- 
at home. Gives me a much : a 
nouncer said: “Listen again 
better shave. 
“Th a" he tomorrow night at 8 p. m. wee 
en why Go you shave another in this series.’ 


me with a straight razor?” I 
asked 
“Don't be ridiculous,” he 


o-—- 


This is quite common 
among broadcasters, but I 
fail to understaygd why 
they're so 
Wouldn't it suffice to say 
either “night” or “p. m.” 
without using both? M. S 


> 


Chewing Delicious 
Wrigley’s Spearmint 


Helps Keep 
Teeth Clean 


Enjoy Daily... 


Dear M. S.: 
When I first broke into ra- 


crystal set) my tutor said: “In 
this medium of communica- 
tion, you cannot be sure that 
the listener will get your mes- 
sage the first time you de- 
liver it. 

“When a man reads a news- 
paper and fails to compre- 
hend at first glance, he can 
read the passage again. When 
he’s listening to the radio, he 


Millions Do = J. _ 


But in any 


reretitious., | 


dio (about the time of the | 


listener (who doesn’t give the 
program his full attention 


By Paul Nichols 


WHAT DO YOU I'M TEN YEARS OLDER THAN 
WANT...ANO WHO /WHEN YOU LAST SAW ME PARKER 
ARE YOu ? é ---BUT JUST KEEP LOOKING AT ME.’ 
IT'LL ALL COME BACK TO YOU..INCLUDING 
THE PROMISE I MADE WHEN THEY 
LED ME OUT OF YOUR COU 


anyhow) just won't get the 
message. The announcers 


STEVE CANYON 


therefore like to be helpful. 

Especially when they're 
talking about things which 
are of interest to the sponsor. 
Can you blame them?” 


WEL-L°f, HIGHGUY, 


SI~ 


UP WITH SAVANNA 
Bill 
ww 
HOW TO WIN FRIENDS 

Martin Buxbaum, the Hot 
Shoppes feller, has been hav- 
ing a ball with this one: 

In the course of a conversa- 
tion, he'll casually murmur: 
“Statistics prove that 90 per 
cent of the country’s dumb- 
bells are rodder deering.” 

“Are what?” the sucker 


ot VS Pere OGen 
> 


Rugiat 


t 1966, Field Enterprises, Ina 


| YOU CAME HERE TO MAKE 


MAYBE ACTORS DONT 
MIND IT, BUT I FEEL 
AS IF WE HAVE AN 
7 AUDIENCE 


will inquire. ~ JOE PALOOKA 
“HARD OF HEARING,” . 
Bux will bellow as he “MB You WENT 
scampers for cover. AN’ WHEN I FOUND IT WAS ate aalaaie 
ow ALEX MAKIN’ TH’ CRACKS AN’ HAVE TRIED 
LOSER’S LAMENT NOT ARLEE I LET iM HAVE TH’ TALKING 
I wish I had a pair of gloves POT A PUDDIN... HAW HAW. TO HIM 
. Gosh! Every finger tingles | BB ra ; 
- «+ tf wish I had a pair of | i | . 
gloves .. Instead of all these | 4’ | . 
singles. a ! ‘ 
Clara Cassidy | CAs P 2 
1840 Biltmore st. nw. oho, t j 
. _ 
a ~< y/ 
PUN FUN / 34, 
I guess you've heard about = 
the New Yorker who was 


complaining about his wife's 
charge account “Every 
month, Saks rears its ugly 
head.” 


— 


double was based somewhat on 

distribution rather than high 

card strength, your hand may 
Es eath Prove a disappointment defen- 

5 diamonds Double ? . 

| What do you bid? | Sively. There is the added fac- 


Q. 2—As South you hold: jtor that if West now rescues to 


| @AQI64 WAI54 65832 jtwo clubs and your partner 
| The bidding has proc eeded: doubles that bid, you will be at 


(Ge 0,. ON oe Ee 


BRIDGE QUIZ 
1—As South you hold: 
4K 0310865 99 107 &A43' 
The bidding nas proceeded: 


Nerth 


East South es N rth a loss as to whether you should| | 
os Dow e l ne tramp I sbie stand for it. 


| What do you bid now? 3—Five diamonds. True, this 

Q. 3—As South you hold: ‘is a minimum opening facing a 
4K V¥A9630A10752&Q 106 partner who passed originally, 
| The bidding has proceeded: ([but-.you appear to have the 
North —_— cards to make game a reason- 


Pass Pass Pa diamend 
Pass 2 spades 3 hearts Deuble able undertaking. An alter- 
Pass iQ diamends Peas 


What do you bid now? | native call, with a partner you 


_4—As South you hold: itrust, is four hearts which will 


w 
SWK46AC 0 induce him to bid four spades 
Poe biadies Ny peters oy 5 if he has a good six-card suit. 


Seuth West 8 Nerth saui *—Five diamonds. Partner 
oe — ‘i _ apparently has an unbalanced 
? holding that may render three 
What do you bid now? no trump a touchy contract. 
ANSWERS i/Even opposite a weak hand we 


l1—Pass. You have no reason|want to reach game, which 
to disturb partner's bid. It will) should be a good shot with his 
be time enough to think of bid-' distribution. If he has a good 
ding spades if West takes the hand he will now be in position 
double out to five hearts. In the to contract for a slam, and in 


meantime, your hand should any évent, we are not inclined 
make a perfectly suitable dum-| to look down our noses at 100 
my. | honors. 

2—Two spades. Sinc@ your! (copyright, 1956, Chicago Tribune) 


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) om ae gy famous with gourmets for roast esse ribs of 
Fan & Bil S tes plenk stecks, rum pie French 
17 


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Marvelous food served beside on open fire in on 


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: ARABIAN 


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Specializing in authentic Pennsyivagia Dutch dishes— 


-——_—— > 


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Free tustomer parking in the reer. Open 


Seven Seas 


@ twenty-course teast to a simple dinner 
daily neon till midnight. 


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Famous for Chicken Berbora, Fr. Onien Seup, le Diner 


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GERMAN | 


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GREEK 

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By Drew Pearson don’t intend to keep them?” 
| Bridges asked. 
Though it’s the Democrdts; «we 1 already had a prior 
who have been lambasting Sec-'.ommitment,” Dulles begged 
retary of State Dulles publicly,'o¢ 

certain Republicans have been | “I don’t see how you can 
: appoint a man who holds views 
about foreign policy which are 
contrary to your own and to 
those of the President,” re 

marked Knowland. 

He referred to Bowie's view 
that the United States should 
recognize Red China—if she 

| changes her tactics and if she 
the Seems a returns American prisoners— 
‘Capitol Hill in an effort to drive a wedge 
‘that at one point Dulles com-| between Red China and Russia. 
plained: Dulles admitted that Bowie's 

“I made the decision. | views did not entirely coineide | 
Secretary of State.” with his own—though, private- 

The argument was over Rob-|ly, Senators doubt this is true. 


ert R. Bowie, a Harvard pro-| They remember how Dulles’ 
: ‘law partner, Arthur Dean, defi- 

fessor and a Republican, whom | nitely favored recognition of 
Dulles wants to promote to be) Red China, and how Dulles in a 
Assistant Secretary of State. (private press meeting early in 
Bowie was appointed by the the Eisenhower Administration 


indicated that recognition of 
Eisenhower Administration. Red China was eventually nec- 


At first his name was sent to essary. 
the Senate for confirmation list-| “His duties,” explained the 
ed as a resident of Maryland. |Secretary of State, referring to 
Bowie i ld Maryland name. |D°Wie, “won't be essentially 

We on ey 'idifferent from what he is do- 
and a town in that state isiing today.” 
named for the family. Then! Finally, when Bridges and 
Dulles discovered that he would|Knowland were adamant and 
have the opposition of the twolasked that the nomination be 
Republican Senators from/)withdrawn, Dulles flared up: 
Maryland, Butler and Beale, so; “I made the decision. I am 
Bowie’s name was hastily with-\the Secretary of State.” 
drawn, then sent back to the! “Your term as Secretary of 
Senate as a resident of Mas- State runs for a year,” count- 
sachusetts. ‘ered Bridges. “I am in the 

Bowie used to live at Cam- Senate for five years definitely 
bridge, Mass., while teaching at'and I may be here longer. We, 
Harvard, and kindly Sen.'as Senators, have responsibil- 
Saltonstall of Massachusettsiities and intend to live up to 
was willing to back him. 'them.” 

Not, however, Bridges and; Dulles went back to his desk 
Knowland. This geographic at the State Department. 
switcheroo only made them “I've had a very miserable 
madder. Summoning the Sec-|lunch up there at the Capitol,” 
iretary of State to Knowland’s he told friends. 
office for lunch, they indicated . 
that they were in anything but Hard-Won Medal 
agreement with Eisenhower's | A lot of sweat has gone into 

the gold medal which Health, 


description of Dulles as the! 
|“best Secretary of State I have | Education, and Welfare Secre- 
itary Marion Folsom presented 


am 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


7 


Saturday, January 28, 1956 


to appropriate the $2500 needed 
to pay an artist and reimburse 
the Treasury for the minting. 

Worried that Dr. Salk might 
not get his medal, Rep. David- 
son buttonholed Treasury Sec- 
retary George Humphrey. 

“Look here,” said the Con- 
gressman, a prominent Manhat- 
tan attorney, “it would be a 
heck of a thing if we didn’t 
get that medal awarded in time 
for the March of Dimes this 
January. How about letting me 
put up the $2500?” 

Humphrey, however, refused, 
insisted that there was no pro- 
vision in the law permitting a 
private individual to lend 
money to the United States 
Treasury. 

With the March of Dimes fast 
approaching and with a con- 


gressional appropriation impos-|, 


sible because Congress was out 


Dulles’ Worst Blows Are From GOP 


lokayed the idea, it then forgot 


of session, Davidson went into 
a huddle with Basil O’Connor 
of the Polio Foundation.. To 
gether they came up with an 
idea that Humphrey finally de- 
cided was iegul. | ‘ 

Davidson is still hoping for 
an appropriation bill, and if 
one is passed the “anonymous 
citizen” will get his $2500 back. 
In that case the $2500 will go 
to the March of Dimes. 

Note—At a White House hud- 
die it was decided to let HEW 
Secretary Folsom present the 
medal, rather than Ike or 
Humphrey. It was hoped this 
would dissipate some of the ill 
will aroused by HEW last 
spring when Oveta Culp Hobby, 
then Secretary, muffed up the 
Salk vaccine distribution prob- 
lem. 


(Copyright. 1956. Bell Syndicate. Inc.) 


Hear Drew Pearson at 7:45 
o'clock tonight on WTOP radio, 


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lever known.” 

| : ito Dr. Jonas Salk last week. 

A Miserable Lunch First, the medal almost died; 
“What's the use of making/aborning after it was suggested 

an agreement with us about|by Rep 


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4-9? 


Famous label and original price tag 
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in vee and crew neck styles. Solids 
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Men's Sports Wear, Street Fl. Washington, 
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12.95 to 14.95 handsome 
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9-*" 


Well-tailored slacks of imported and 
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5.95 to 7.95 famous make 
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The fabrics include woven cottons, 
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blends of rayon, vicara and cotton. 
Newest resort styling, including the 
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Men's Sportswear? Street Floor, Washington, 
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1.50 to 2.50 men’s 
famous jewelry 


89° 


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They're here by the thousands — cuff 


links and tie bars in every smart 


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12,000 pairs! $1 to 1.25 
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mansfield shoes 


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plain toe blucher, dark brown grain 
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famous $65 worsted and 
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69:7" worsteds, gabardines, shark- 
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49” 


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