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The Weather 


Today Mostly sunny with highest 
near 45. Lowest tonight about 30 Mon- 
davy—Fair and slightly warmer. Satur- 
day's temperatures: High, 67 degrees 
at 4:10 p. m.: low, 43 degrees at 11 p. m 
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D. G. Primary|Tasi Radio Johnson 8 Sees Tough Law 


Strait Jacket’ Predicted 


Fights Begin: ‘Leads Police 
To. Summer 


By Richard L, Lyons | Snappr teamwork between a 

Beat Reabroer cab driver, his company dis 

A civie drive to get residents patcher and police resulted in 
registered for the May 1 Dis. the capiuce of three bandits 


early today jess. than five min- 
aa .peimety” ‘was newepes utes after they held up @ liquor 
yestbrday as some lively elee- 


store at 309 He Sts aa. 
ron! coupasts started to shape! | Diarmnd Sep‘ driver Norman 


_Tavan, 28. of 2216 Osbern dr. 


» om eloprideuts were these: ‘Silver Sprmg. aiyised §Dits 
ormer Commissioner F.p@tcher Marvin Graham, 34, of 
Jateph Donohve, mianager of 1219 Wayne rd, Falls Church 
Sen. Estes Kefauver'’s “presi. '?4t he had put seen three men 
dential campaign, announceg/tU" fro mthe store and flee in 
he Will. run for Democratie;*._°* 
Nat | Committeeman from|. Ta¥4". who had a passenger, 
the District. He may be ot took off Mm pursuit and kept his 
by incumbent Melvin D, Hil. dispatetier ‘informed of the 
¢dreth, who hasn't decided route the getaway car was tak 
whether to run. He is a staunch !né. 
supporter of Adlai Stevenson. Graham fed 
® There wrre rumblings of to police dispatcher Pvt. Ftemi 
« Republican fight between the Pctrakes who in turn directed 
District party organization several police cars to the 9th 
beaded by George L. Hart Jr st. and Mount Vernon pl. nw 
and Commissioner Robert EB. where the fleeing men were 
McLaughlin. Hart's State Cen- captured 


tral Committee soon will hbatk 
Fire Cuts Off Gas 


a slate of. candidates for the 
primary and McLaughlin has 
> ; n 
In Portland, Ore. 
PORTLAND. Ors Feh 


reason toe think he wont be 
on it. 
The Washington Junio! 

ber of © er ster. 
Chamber of Commerce yeste LP An estimated 61,000 
cons in the Portland 
itan area were wWi 
register for the city’s firs service: today after 
formal election in 82 years 
land Gas & Coke 
15 deadline 
The JCCs plan to bombard 


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the information 


74% 
De! 
metropo! 
nouUL as 
a three 
knocked 
the Por' 
(se. piant 


day took on the “crash” pub 
icity job of urging people to 

r $500,000 fi 
and telling them how and wn ry nen: red ~ 
where to do it before the April 


WMelated Article om Page 1, of ‘Outloo® 


By John A 


To 3 Bandils Foy Influence Peddlers 


Sectio 
Goldsmuh 


Thited Pree 


Democratic Leade: 
Lyndon  B.. Johnson (Tex, 
predicted. yesterday. the -im-/ 
pending Senate investigation of 
lobbying will result in a law 
that put the influence 
peddicr in a strait jacket.” 

At the same time, he said, the 
law will fully protect each citi 
meh's constitutional “right of 
petition. 

Jonson made his prophesy 
mn a discussion of the lobbying 
nquiry te be started soon by a 
seiect eight-man bipartisan Sen 
ate Committee created earlier 
this week. The committee was 
et up as an outgrowth of an 
oO lobbyist’s $2500 election 
aampaign contribution which 
Sen. Francis Case (RS. D.) re- 
jected 

John 
on wil 
Lem pis 


Senaie 


“will 


said 


| not 


son the investiga- 
be @=nifined to at. 
nfluence legislative 
action. He pointed out that the 
authorizing resolution also ap 
plies to the Executive Depart- 
ments of the Government 

| would think that every- 
body in kxecutive Depart- 
ments would want to be ready 
to fully disclose er explain any 
unproper influences they may 


if 


the 


See PRIMARY, Pg. Al6, Col! Backstage Look at Government 


have any mfiormetion on 


Johnson told newsmen 
Speaking for «the 
Democratic leadership 
urged anyone anywhere 
has such infagmaton ’to 

forward with it 

“T predict that well 
of this - whole thing with an up 
todiate lobbying act, a compre 
hensive law which will protect 
a citizen's right of petition and 
at the same time, put the influ 
ence-peddler in a strait jacke' 
he said. 

But he cautioned that a mod 
ernized jobbying act will be- 
come a reality only after hea! 
ings by the new committee, and 
a subsequent study by the 
Government Operations Com 
mittee which ihe reguial 
Senate Committee with juris 
diction. There tw a real prob 
lem, he said. in determining 
‘where free speech ends and 
lobbying begins.” 

johnson said the committee 
will hold an organization meet 
ing Tuesda) He declined to 
speculate on who will be the 
See LOBBY, Page Al6 Col. 4 


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| A plan to lay out an educa-|students and civic leaders, Ara- tions, its relation to other Gov- 
itional welcome mat for the halfjta added 


imilion high school students 
who visit Washington each 
'vear was announced yesterday 
bw the Greater National Capi 
tal Commilitee 

| The plan will turn Washing- 
ton into a vast “classroom” fu! 
student tours and give the 
jyoung students an opportunity 
to meet top-level officials and 
‘learn first-hand how: the Gov 
‘ernment funetions, Clarence A 
Arata, executive director o/ 
ithe committee, said. 

| The ten major Cabinetrank 
‘departments of the Federal 
'Government are preparing to 
|help put the plan in action, be 


FASTER RESULTS 
FROM YOUR 
WEEKEND 
WANT ADS 


Place them in the big 
Saturday and Sunday jay 


gg — pe Bae eye Aw | The program, developed by 
and Times erate ithe National Education Asso- 
Yes, you get hetter re ciation and the Greater . Ne- 

rig tional Capital Committee, long 


sults from The Wash 
ington Post and Times has been sought by teachers, 


iginning the last week of March, 


Unde 
National 


the plan, the Greatet 
Capital Committee 
will act as a “booking agent” 
for the student tours 

it will maintain a daily 
tus board” showing the 
and place of orientation lee 
tures scheduled to be held 
ihe cooperating Government 
depariments and the seating ca- 
pacity of each 

Through advance 
with the school groups, 
students will be “booked” 
the various departments, with 
out conflict or duplication, on) 
& regular predetermined sched-' 


“SLA- 
time 


contact 


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on Monday 
have been 


hours 
Thursday 


Certain 
through 


set aside for top-level officials: 
| Defense, 


to receive the students in var- 
ious departmental. buildings. 
Thes¢ officials will point out 
how each department func- 


ernment agencies and then 
answer. any questions the stu- 
dents may have. 

Members of the leading 
clubs of Washington will 
as “host escorts” to the var 
lous groups and give them a 
warm welcome to Washington, 
Arata said. 

In- addition,.the students will 
be weicomed by their Congress- 
men, when possible, and get a 


civic 
serve 


the| chance to sit in the well of the 
into} Mouse and Senate, when they 


are not oecupied, to get a prac- 
tical lesson as to how the leg. 
Tislative branch operates. 

Arata said the ten top Gov- 
ernment Departments which 
will participate in the plan in- 
clude Agriculture, Commerce, 
Health, Education 
and Welfare, Interior, Justice, 
Labor, Post Office, State and 
Treasury. 


lcuided missile 


N ear-Hurricane 
Power Lines and Trees; 
Storm Imperils 


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Symington 
Heads Quiz 
On Missiles 
5-Man Committee 
Of Senators Named 
For Evaluation of 
U. S.-Soviet Race 


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Alvin Spi 
onal News . 
sen. Stuart Symington 
Mo.), a sharp critic of 
ministration policy was 
named chairman yesterday | 
lof a subcommittee to investi 
igate whether the Air Force 
‘is falling behind Russia in 
and othe 


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\developments 
Symington. wh s Air Sec 
iretary during the Truman Ad 


head a five 


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will 
jmember group 
Armed Services Committee 
Chairman Richard B. Russell 
D-Ga.) announced that the sub- 
‘committee also will include 
Senators Henry M. Jackson (D- 
| Wash Sam Ervin (D-N. { 
Leverett Saltonstall (fh-Mass.) 
and James H. Duff (R-Pa 
Russell said they will “ex 
amine” into the condition and 
progress of the Department of 
the Air Force to ascertain if 
present policies, iegisiative avu- 
thority, and appropriations are 
adequate to mainiain a torce 
capable of carrying out its as 
signed missions 
Senate Democratic 
reportedly have given high pr: 
ority to the inquiry, which is 
lesigned to bring into focus 
‘harges that United States air- 
is lagging dangerously 
steady bulldap dy 


leaders 


power 
behind a 
Russia 
[Symington said last nignt 
this country “has no stockpile 
~ intercontinental ballistic 
nissies despite Ad- 
ihe con 
Press 


whoatevel 
ion claims to 
Associated 


ministra\ 
trary, the 
reported 
iHe told a 
Day Dinnci 
that “unde! 
we have 
‘The United States is 
of B-S2 
Symington said. He 
Administration is 
nh are 


Jeflerson-Jacks0 

Raleigh, N. C 
conditions 
for years 


al 
present 
won { any 
to come 
lagging 
bombers 
char; ged 
approving 
building up the Communist wal 
machine, and at the same time 
further reduce 
for own 


in production 
ine 


policies W n 


we continue to 
expenditures 
defense.” ] 


Russe!! 


our 


has declared that he 
will fight to boost Air Force ap 
oropriations by $1.5 billion 
this year as a result of Soviet 
air expansion. 


Russell has described as in 
sufficient the Administrations 


‘request for $16.5 billion for Air 
| Force 


Plans Made to Turn Nation’s Capital 
Into ‘Classroony for Visiting Students _ : 


spending in the fiscal 
year starting July 1. 


Jackson told newsmen 


ithe big area” of concern on his|similar 


part “is our ability or lack of 
ability to maintain an effective 
air-atomic retaliatory force.” 
He noted that “no one in the 
Administration has denied the 
assertion that the Soviets are 
ahead of us” on that weapon— 
medium or 1500-mile-range 
missile with atomic warhead 
Commenting on a claim 
Air Secretary 
| that while the Russians are 
lahead in some missiles, the 
United States leads in others 
Jackson said: “1 think it is fair 
to call on Mr. Quaries to tel! 
the American people whether 
we are ahead of thee Soviet 
Union in the race for the inter- 
continental ballistic missile 
The man who ran the program, 
Trevor Gardner, categorically 
said we are behind.” 
He suggested that Gardnes 
and Quarles would be likely 
witnesses in the investigation, 


by 


Index, Page 2 


come 


that/of them Negroes—a percentage 


Donald Quarles | 


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bisted EN TY 


CENTS 


Fells 


Boats 


‘Calls interposition Legal 


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Byrd Summons South 


To ‘Massive Resistance’ 


Sen. Harry F. Byrd (D-Va.) pose” against a “deliberate, pal- 
called yesterday for organized pable and dangerous exercise” 
massive resistance’ in th ranted ty the 
South to challenge the Supreme __ me 
Constitution, and to halt the 


Court's order against segrega 
execution of them within their 


tion in public schools 
Ryrd emphasized he does not Own boundaries until such pow- 
advocate or condone violence ‘¢rs are placed in the Constitu- 
but said he wants Southern “on by amendment.” 
states to stand together in de-| [nm the school case, the Court 
claring the Court's opinion un- regards the amendment as al- 
constitutional! ready adopted—the Fourteenth 
“If we can or rhe Virginia General Assem- 
ern states for bly passed an interposition 
ance to this orde resolution, but the state's At- 
in time the rest torney General J. K. Lindsay 
will realize that Almond Jr. ruled that the reso- 
ion is not going to be accented ‘ution does not suspend en 
in the South.” the Senator said. torcement ihe Supreme 
Byrd said that in interposition \ourts desegregation decision 
the South has a “perfectly legal in the State. Aitmond said the 
means of appeal from the Su- (;eneral Assembly couldn't nul. 
preme Court's ordet ify or suspend for any period 
Interposition is the right of enforcement of the Court's de- 
one or more states to “inter-: cision, 


of powers not 


ganize the South 

massive resist- 
| think that 
of the country 
racial integra 


of 


In Montgomery, Ala. 


Negro Racial Protest 
Organized, Ettective 


By Robert E. Baker 
Stall Reporter 

MONTGOMERY, Ala. Feb 
2.—The Negroes of this bust. 
ling city have come up with the 
first organized—and apparently 
effective—protest by their race 
the Deep South's gripping 
segregation problem 

They have completed 12 
weeks of boycotting the public 
ransit system here, the buses 
of Montgomery City Lines, Inc 
[ney have adopted a Gandhi 
“passive resistance as 
weapon. Eightynine of 
their leaders, including 26 cle! 
gymen, have been arrested and 
face trial. Ten more leaders 
lace arrest 

Negotiations between the city, 
the Dus line and the Nepro 
have broken off. The “Negroes 
walk and pray City officials 
wait and see. Ihe end is not 
in gint 

There is consider 
some tension, Dul no vio- 
lence apparent. Since a 43-vea! 
old Negro seamstress boarded ‘ 
a bus 12 weeks ago, the eves of 
Alabama. then the South. and 
now the Nation are on Mont 
gomery 

For years; rumors 
ports of economic re 
whites against Negroes 
from the South. The 
Montgomery Negroes have 
turned the tables. Here today 
iney practice economic reprisal 
on the whites—passively 

Montgomery, then, a test 
case by the Negroes of a new 
found weapon in the Deep 
South, a great but saddened 
part of the Nation, knotted to- 
day by racial emotions. 

rhis is the story of how this 
unique Negro protest here 
came about 

This capital is an agricultural 
center, a sprawling vigorous 
city of a 125,000 persons, 46,000 


[wo miles from Montgomery Is 
Maxwell Air Force Base. with 
8008 persons and a $50-million 
annual payroll There is the 
huge Union Stockyards Co 
with another whopping payroll 

“Between the bull and the 
brass, we are doing all right,” 
said Mayor W. A. Gayle. 

It is a city of wide, 


Justice Riek Queried 


On Possible Action 


The Justice Department has 
been deked by the White 
House whether the Goevern- 
ment can legally intervene in 
the Negre bus borcett in 
Montgomery, Ala.—Page A-3. 


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spaces 
portation 

City Lines 
sidiary of 
ft Unhicago 

Last Dec. 1 was a Thursdas 
The Montgomery Fair. depart 
store on North Court st 
its doors as usual as 6 

Rosa Louise Parks, 43 
ear-old Negro seamstress em 
ploved there, left to catch her 
usual Cleveland ave. route Dus 
She was on her way home. 634 
Cleveland ct.. in Washington 
Park, a Negro residential sec 
tion 

On Montgomery st. in front 
of the Empire Theater, she 
boarded her bus, paid her dime 
fare and sat down beside a 
Negro man on the third seat 
from the front. Two Negro men 
were sitting on the seat across 
the aisle. The rear of the bus 
was filled with Negroes. 

At the next stop, the front 
seats filled with white riders. 
At the third stop, more white 
passengers boarded and had 


See BOYCOTT, Page Alf, Col. 3 


and plenty of parking 
it Nas @ good trans. 
system, Montgomery 
a wholly owned sub- 
National City Lines 


able irrita 
tion 


ment 
closed 
and re-?P. ™ 
sal by 
have 


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to Washington, D. C. 


Girl Is Injured 

By Breaking Glass; 
Cold Front Mars 
‘Warmest Day’ 


By Albon B. Hailey 


Siaft? Reporter 

Winds of near-hurricane 
force lashed the Washington 
area yesterday with peak 
gusts of 69 miles per hour 
that uprooted trees, blew in 
store windows, downed 
power lines and caused in- 
jury to at least three persons. 

One boat sank and two others 
were imperiled by high waves 
on the wind-whipped Potomac 
River. Storm warnings were 
hoisted throughout the day on 
the Chesapeake Bay and lower 
Potomac areas 

Police and fire switchboards 
throughout the area were 
swamped with hundreds of calls 


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it Least 16 Dead 
In 


Wind and dust storms yes 
terday killed at least 13 per- 
sons and caused millions of 
dollars worth of property 
damage in Midwest. Page A3. 


Midwest Storms 


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as the brunt of the storm hit 
shortiy after 4 p. m. accom- 
panied by rain squalls that 
dumped .15 of an inch on the 
|area in only a matter of min- 
iutles 

| Oddly enough, the cold front 
from the west hit just as tem- 
peratures soared to 67 degrees 
io make it Washington's warm 
est day of the year. 

Full hurricane-force gusts of 
100 miles per hour were re- 
ported at Charles Town, W. Va. 
The high winds forced cancel- 
lation of the last two races of 
the Charles Town Jockey Club's 
nine-race card 

Charles Town, officials decid. 
ed to call it quits after a gust 
dumped Jockey George . Stid 
ham from the saddle of his 
mount in the sixth race 

Winds of 98 miles per hour 
were measured at Martinsburg, 
W. Va Top gusts of 72 miles 
an hour were reported in Balti- 
more 

rhe Weather Bureau reported 
the winds were the result of an 
unusually well-developed ex- 
tra-tropical storm.’ Ststainned 
winds of 73 miles an hour and 
above constitute a full-grown 
tiurricane 

Metropolitan Police reported 
their switchboards had the 
heaviest number of calls since 
hlurricane lone made a pass at 
but missed Washington Ilast 
September: 

In the wake of the front, 
winds averaging 40 to 45 miles 
per hour battered the area. The 
Weather Bureau said high 
winds would continue today arc- 
companied by fair weather and 
an overnight low of 32 degrees, 

Police reported 55 trees were 
downed and about 20 plate 
glass windows were smashed in 
Washington. Northwest Wash- 
ington and nearby Maryland ap- 
neared to have suffered the 
heaviest damage 

Delores Powless, 23, of 2021 
14th st. se.. a stenographer at 
the Dinette Center, 3701 Geor- 
gia ave. nw. suffered severe 
cuts of the leg and feet when 
five i2-by-l0-foot plate glass 
windows were blown in about 
4:10 p. m 

Miraculously, Miss. Powless 

See BOAT, bes «8 Alf, Col. 6 


But Never Again 


900-Pound Moose Attacks Dog Team; 
Unarmed Trapper Chains It to Tree 


ANCHORAGE, Alaska, Febd.'viciously. Scott. unarmed, beat 
P—Nine-hundred pounds of at the animal with a chain. The 
moose is a formidable moose retreated, charged again 
thing. Meeting one and chain-'to be met by the slashing teeth 
ing it to a tree singlehanded isiof the huskies and Scott's 
another flailing chain. 

And Hugh Scott did it | One dog went down after 
The veteran. Anchor Point!being kicked sharply in the 
trapper was headed north with head. Another hoof slashed a 
his dog team atop the Anchor|second dog across the face 
river ice, 100 miles southwest of Scott, desperate, made 


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angry 


when the 2-vearold 


snorted into view. ‘it tight, he 
erusted snow painfully cutting |securely tied it. _ 
its legs, the moose charged the| He staked his injured but 


dog team, which fought back'hostile dogs at a distance, then 


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here on the Kenai Peninsula,/noose of the chain and threw’ 
moose it over the bull's head. Cinching | 
then pulled the! 
Evidently riled by the hard|grunting anima’ to a tree and 


tried to untie the moose. Mr. 
Moose, his legs flailing. wildly 
and his head butting, kept 
Scott at a distance so the 
rafied trapper walked te 
-Anchor Point for help. 

Four men came back with 
him and helped unchain the 
animal. Freed, it still wanted a 
fight and charged the men. 
Beaten back with the chain, it 
finally retreated into the woods. 

The malemutes are recover- 
ing. And Scott has taken a vow: 

Never to go out on his trap- 
line again. without a rifle 
| “You know, that moose could 
have been big.” he said. 


Herald It reaches 
130,000 more families 
than any other Wash. 
ington paper. 


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\ Sunday, February 26, 1956 


Z Table of Contents 


Section A~—Main News, City | 
Life | 


new developments for Hi-Fi 
enthusiasts. 

World-wide and area news. oe . trove For and About 
Weather and obituaries. | Society, fashion and clubs. 
(There is no B Section today.) Section G—Real Estate News 
Section C—Sports News, Busi- News of realty develop | 

mess and Finance | ments, general features, | 

, ’ 

Sports results, education di- | , #4rden De i. | 

rectory, travel and resorts, Section H—Show | 
news of business and fi- Drama, music and amuse 


, ment features. 
iene President puzzle. | section J—TV-Radle Week | 


we News of television and ra- 
Section D—Classified dio. comment and logs. 
Classified ad bargains 


Section K—The Hecht Co.'s 
Section E—Outlook, Hi-Fi Sec. Special Cosmetics Section 
tion Parade Magazine 
Editorials, area 


American Weekly 
affairs, book 


and world 
reviews, art, 


Features | 


Marviand Affairs 
Winzola McLendon 
Marie McNair 
Merry-Go-Round 
Movie Guide 
Benjamin Muse 
Music Calendar 
The Naturalist 
Night Club 
Obituaries 
On the Town 
Louella Parsons 
Drew Pearson 
The Philatelist 
Pinfeathers. from 
Pegasus 
Pitches and Putts 
Leslie Judd Portner 
Katherine B. Pozer 
Post Mortem 
Shirley Povich 
Race Results 
Radio Music Today 
Record Player 
Paul Sampson 
Service Set 
Show Times Today 
Stamps by Bruns 
State of Real Estate 
Stock Market 
Sunday Radio Log 
Tee Vee Peoole 
Mary Van Rensselaer 
Thayer 
This Morning 
’ Color Shows 
’ Logs 
"'Y Movies 
’ Sports 
Van Dellen 
Virginia Affairs 
Voice of Broadway 
Weather Table 
Weddings 
Walter Winchell 


Two Big Comic Sections 


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Bob Addie 
Robert C 
Alsops 
Anne's Trading Post 
Art Calendar 

Irston R. Barnes E 
Blood Donor Centers G 
Book Reviews , 
Franklin R. Bruns 
Business Outlook 
Richard L. Coe 

John Crosby 
Crossword Puzzle 
Death Notices 

District Affairs 
Editorials 

Education Directory 
Herbert Elliston 
Engagements 

Federal Diary 

Garden Clubs 

Golf News 

Goren on Bridge 
Walter Haight 

Nate Haseltine 

Mary Haworth 

Evelyn Hayes 
Herblock 

Paul Herron 

Hedda Hopper 
Horoscope 

Horses and People 
How to Keen Well 

Hunt Set Column 
Walter Hubbard 

Pau! Hume 

In the Groove 

Walter Kariz 

Dorothy Killgalien 
Jerry Kliuttz 

Lab. Casebook 
Lawrence Laurent 
Letters to Editor 

J. A. Livingstone Cc 
Magazine Rack E 


News Summary and Index 


Area News 

Contests shaping up in District primary 
Bethesda warchouse suffers $15,000 fire damage 
Work to begin on Virginia road projec:s 

Ban on alien beer is voted in Maryland 

Red Cross to open drive Thursday 

Capital to pec 0 me “classroom” for visitors 

City heads withhold transit loan views 

Wind lashes area: fells power lines and t 

U. S. bus boycott action weighed 

Atias Club directors back manager 

Police bullet only “stung” fugitive 

Canvass to end Heart Fund campaign today 
“Atomic clock” fixes age of pre-historic cultures 
Hecht company to double parking garage space 


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State Department holds up foreign aid ‘oropesals 
U. S. may increase size of SAC bomber wings 
Dollar-an-hour minimum pay effective Thursday 
Ships getting most powerful arms, Burke says cin 
Will Senate stick “with angels” on lobby probe? .... 
Hoover Jr..is Ike's good rightist arm be 
“Strait jacket” predicted for influence peddlers .... 
Parents chide Authorine Lucy a. 
Air Force Association finds Russian is member 
Stevenson speaks against racial barriers 

Dulles explains Saudi Arabia ban on Jews 

President brings secret back to White House a 
Democrats challenge Dulles opinion on Russia .... A 


Editorials See. E Pq. 

Problems of the Succession—Truman’s criticism of 
Stevenson's 1952 campaign -stactics follows a 
familiar pattern in American history. 

World Be Damned—Unwillingness to limit large 
nuclear experiments leaves Amefica open to 
charges of irresponsibility 

Indonesia and the Dutch—Junking of financial and 
economic agreement complicates Dutch-Indonesian 
relations 

Housewives’ Time Clock—Modern conveniences of 
the machine age fail to lighten the load of 
America’s women. 

Buses Are Cheaper—Congress hears new evidence 
that an all-bus system is the best solution to the 
District's transit problems. 


Business and Finance 

De Butts guides Southern to savings ... 
Six Prudential loan offices sold 

January store sales gain 6 per cent 
Stocks approach ali-time peak 

Savings league to improve home quality 
Profits of 9 of 10 corporations gain 


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Archibald MacLeish wins Boston poetry award 
Trapper fights off moose, ties it to tree vt 
Protest of Montgomery, Ala., Negroes is effective .. 
At least 16 dead in wind, dust storms = 
Dying twins’ parents say “they belong to Lord” 
Capote finds Russian literary world “drab” 

Three found alive in Air Force wreck 

Antarctic struck newsman as like Dali canvas 


International News ; 
New Central Committee is named in Moscow 
Sunshine breaks cold spell in Europe . 

East German train crash kills 35 

Police officers arrested in mass Sudan deaths 
Russia rejects Big Three protest in Germany 

Segni wins new confidence vote in Italy 

Italy's visiting Gronchi a unique President 

Our time is running out in Southeast Asia 
Vietnam chief is a multi-paradox e 
Three-<ay U. N. parley opens today at Shoreham . 
Hungary frees nine Catholic Church officials 
French trap Algerian rebels with helicopters 

Saar leader joins anti-Adenauer attack . 


Obituaries 

Dr. Gerrit S. Miller, retired mamas’ expert 
Frederick H. Taylor, Army architect at Fort Belvoir 
John T. Love, salesman and amateur magician 
Katherine T. McKitrick, Children’s Aid official 
Rose Tapley Holahan, 76, first heroine of silent films 


Real Estate 

Limit asked for loan officer compensation 
New home plan for narrow lot 

Home building on upswing .. 


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Penn's Haines sets world dash mark . 

New Haven edges hockey Lions ... 
Dressen benches himself for “good of team” 
Needles convincing winner of Hialeah’s Flamingo .. 
Wind causes cancellation of two Charles Town races 
Bobby Brocato wins Santa Anita 'Cap 

Profile Series on new Nats starts 

Bullis defeats Navy Plebes first time in 11 years . 
Two Swedes gain U. S. Indoor tennis finals 
Beginning: A new horse and hunt set column ... 
Ted Kroll leads in Houston Open, 208 


Wemen'’s News .. 
Rumors say Queen Elizabeth will visit Virginia .... 
President of Italy to get warm welcome Monday 
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Integration Plan 


HARTFORD, Conn., Feb. ve |and until o has a candidate to 
@—Adlai Stevenson spoke/"" out where it ‘stands. 
“It may be 
‘strongly tonight in favor of | can't adias bs apenas ber aa 
elimination of racial barriers. |such statement about the old 


Asserting America is nothing GOP elephant would be all 
unless it stands for equal treat-| wrong. 
ment for all citizens under the) Stevenson also attacked the! 
law, Stevenson said freedom is Fisenhower Administration as} 
‘unfinished business “until allione that “talks 
citizens may vote and live andi does so little” 
go to school and Work Without! issues. 
encountering in their daily| . Speaking in a state hit by 
‘lives barriers which we reject two devastating floods within 
Steven- 
iour religion.” son said there have been a lot 

The Supreme Court's deseg- | of words but “mighty few” 
regation decisions, he said,|deeds in connection with the 
“speak clearly the law and the Federal flood rehabilitation 
\ eaunalanen of this land; they | program. 
recognize that a time for transi- He charged that. after advo-| 
tion and compliance is neces- cating immigration law changes | 
sary, time for the . readjust-'in his campaign, the Eisen- 
ments that have to be made. hower record “is complete fail-' 
But they do not recognize or ure to deal with either the refu-' 
permit repudiation or rejection) gee crisis or the more perma- 
of these decisions of the Court nent issues of immigration 
and of the people.” .policy.” 

In a speech delivered at the 


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His Grin ‘Matches Ike’s 


William Steekwell Jr., 8, of Oklahoma City, matches the 
grin on President Eisenhower's portrait, the original of 
which he sent te the White House. Bill was given the 
pain.img by artist Frank deBruin Valerius, of Toronto, 
after he broke his piggy bank and sent $2.29 for the canvas. 
The artist painted the above copy for Bill, after the boy 
sent the original to Mrs. Eisenhower. 


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Jackson-Jefferson Day dinner, 
of Connecticut pe age 
whose top leaders have 
dorsed him as a candidate ter 
the presidentiat nomination, 
Stevenson said he was opposed 
to the doctrine of interposition 
which has been advanced by! 
some Southen states opposing 
desc gregation. 

He defined such a doctrine 
as a state interposing “its 
power against the decisions of 
the properly constituted aw- 
thority as to the law of the 
land.” 

[Stevenson quoted Andrew 
Jackson's proclamation of Dec. 
10, 1832, which said: “I con- 
sider then the power to annul 
a law of the United States as. 
sumed by one state incompati- 
bie with the existence of the 
Union, contradicted expressly 
by the Constitution, unauthor- 
hed by its spirit. inconsistent 
with every inc 
twas founded: sted dontevenee boarding the Columbine Ia 
of the great object for which spence Field in Moultrie, rye 
‘one formad* wh Beulah Kilgore shouted a 

[He describe J 1g | BE .§ 
statement as Bhd womb “Stand right up there ane aie 
cratic—and American — doc- “5 YOU re going to run 
trine 120 years ago and today.] President Eisenhower looked 

Hailing the advent of deseg- down at her, and for o moment 
regation, Stevenson said it will seemed taken aback. Then he 
bring the dawn of “the day of laughed, waved, and walked 
full democracy in our public through the Goor of the plane 
schools “and could well become The Columbine landed at the 
“one of the greatest accom pene aie ~ ee 

™ ‘ “ ational Airport a 35 p. m 
plishments of our generation Mes Bisenhower wes the frst 


“I pray to God,” he said. 
that this day may not be ‘° ©™erse. A brisk wind was 
marred nor this achievement |[!OW!ns. and she quickly put 
poisoned by the bitterness of "CT 54nd up to her hat to hold 
any who would assert views. no it on. The President took a 
matter how deeply felt. against tight hold un her arm, and they 
the laws of the land and hu- walked down the ramp together 
manity.” They were followed by Sec 

After terming the Republican "Ct@ty of the Treasury George 
Party one of no fixed policy MM. Humphrey and Mrs. Hum- 
the 1952 presidential candidate Phtey, Who were hosts to the 

Fisenhowers at their Milestone 


said 
“We are. to be sure. promised Plantation at Thomasville, Ga.; 
promisee Mr. and Mrs. John Hay Whit- 


that any minute now the Re- 

publicans will get the sienal_ CY, who own a plantation in 
in One syllable—that will tell|the same area, and Witliam FE 
them whether this year's Re- Robinson, president of the Coca 
publican model is to be oppor- Cola Co. who, with Whitney 
tunist or reactionary, liberal or and Secretary Humphrey, 
conservative, isolationist or in- played bridge with the Presi 
ternationalist. The Republican dent several nights at Thomas- 
Party no longer represents ville. 

ideals and principles of public; The President and Mrs. Eisen 
policy, but individuals. 

‘A lot of men have had to 
make up their mind if they 
were going to run for President. 
but this is the first time that 
one of the great parties had to 


By Edward T. Folliard 
Sta Repor er 

President Eisenhower 
back from a Georgia vacation 
yesterday with a fine sunburn 
and a tantalizing secret 

It was expected, on the basis 
of his own words, that he would 
reveal the secret and announce 
his decision about a se¢cond-term 
try at a news conference on 
Wednesday. :lowever, there was 
no certainty about it. 

So far as is known, no Re 
publican politician has yet had 
the temerity to ask the Presi 
dent point blank whether he in 
tends to run or retire 

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Justice Dept. Weighs 
Bus Boycott Action 


The White House has asked 
the Justice Department to 
determine “as promptly as pos- 
sible” whether the Government 
can intervene in the Negro bus 
boycott in Montgomery, Ala. 

This was revealed yesterday 
In a reply to a telegram sent 
the White House on Wednes- 
day by Rep. Adam Clayton 
Powell (D-N.Y.) 

Powell, one of three Negro 
Congressmen, protested § the 
indictment of 100 Uegroes who 
are leaders in an 1l-week-old 
refusal te ride on segregated 
buccs. Two dozen ministers 
were among those indicted 

Powell demanded that the 
Government protect the civil 
liberties and safety of the 
indicted Negroes 

This interchange of commun! 
cations was an indication of the 
growing national significance of 
the boycott, which is eliciting 
messages of support from 
church groups and prominent 
persons 

Powell. in his telegram to the 
White House, said the mass ar- 
resis struck “a new low in 
American barbarism 

Powell, minister of the 15,000 
member Abyssinian Baptist 
Church in New York City’s Har- 
lem, said he felt that “from this 
moment on, the White House is 
responsible for safeguarding 
the lives, physical security and 
civil liberties of the Negroes 


Under Consideration 


It was not known how quickly 
Justice would make up its mind 
A spokesman would only say 
last night that the Powell de 
mand is “under consideration 

Bryce N. Harlow, Administra 
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in informing Powell that the 
matter had been referred to Jus 
tice, had this to say 

“This (Montgomery) 
is one of a number recently in 
public notice which reinforces 
the President's State of the 
Union recommendation that the 
Congress establish a commi 
sion to consider actions Sovien 
civil rights implications 

“U nfor tunately, there has 
been no congressional action 
since January to implement 


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Bishops in Session 


In another development the 
l3-member Council of Bishops 
of the African Methodist Epis- 
copal Church met in emergency 
session at the Statler Hotel 
here 

Afterward. the 
sued a call to P: 
hower to 
of the executive branch of our 
Government against this tragic 
persecution of innocent Amer- 
cans.” 

Bishop Sherman L. Greene 
of tianta, Council president, 
said a similar resolution was 
dispatched to Atty. Gen. Her- 
bert Brownell Jr. Gov. James 
E. Folsom of Alabama was 
asked to exert every effort to 
resolve the explosive issue 

Later the Bishops, who 
they speak for 1.6 million Ne.- 
gro church members. went in 
a sudden, Jriving rain and high 
winds shortly after 4 p. m. to 
the Supreme Court building 
to pray the Justices” who 
handed down the antisegrega- 
tion decision on schools two 
years ago 

An estim 


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fund campaign were made. a 
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rict Branch of the 
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Advancement of Colored 
People, said he feit the stoppage 
was “not feasible, because there 
was not enough time to organ- 
ize it 

Davidse -ssed complete 
sympathy, however, with this 
type of protest, but thought his 
group would hold a rally here 
in Was gton that day. 

The “Deliverance Day” pro}- 
ect would entail Negro children 
staving home from school for 
an nour. Later on, other non 
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work for an hour on March 28. 

The National Council of 
Churches late yesterday com- 
mended the position taken by 
the bulk of Montgomery's 50 ,000 | 
| Negroes. 


Backed by Council 


Council President Rev. Pr. 
Eugene Carson Blake of Phil- 
adeiphia, sent a telegram stat- 
ing that “segregation is... a 
violation of the gospel of love 
and human brotherhood.” 

The Coyncil released a state- 


ment by the Moderator of the 
Presbyterian Church in the! 
United States, the Rev. Paul S. | 
Wright of Portland, Ore 

This spoke of the “intelligent | 
and orderly manner” in which | 
the boycotters have stood to- | 
gether in their protest against | 
“all injustice no longer toler- | 
able in a democratic society.” | 

The Montgomery boycott de-| 
veloped after a Negro woman 
refused to move to the section’ 
of a bus reserved for her race. 
The “walk, don't ride” move- 
ment has resulted in substan- 
tial reductions in bus atoon-| 
age by Negroes—with estimates | 
ranging between 75 and 95 per 
cent 

The racial issue in 
assumed weight as 
approached for a previously | 
planned civil rights rally. Next 
Sunday hundreds of Negroes.| 
under NAACP sponsorship, will 
gather here to urge Congress! 
to enact civil rights legislation 


Alabama) 
the time 


RainDampens 
Yuba City’s 
Belated Yule 


YUBA CITY. Calif.. Feb. 25 
mSana Ciaus came to flood 
ravaged Yuba City today two 
months behind schedule 

But blustery rains put a 
damper on the climax to a 
weeklong Christmas celebra 
tion that was postponed by the 
floodwaters that burst through 
a levee Dec. 24 and drowned 38 
Yuba City residents 

Santa Claus’ chief helper was 
screen actress Susan Hayward 
who with Gov. and Mrs. Good- 
win Knight later visited several 
homes and presented gifts to 
children. There were toys for 
all children of the town at an 
afternoon party 

John Moy, chairman of the 
watched the showers and 
commented wryly, “It's regular 
Christmas weather.” 

While the week-long activi 
tles sponsof@a by the Lions 
Clubs were afmed at the smal! 
fry there was . round of 
events pianned for the paren 
Rains earlier in the week 
washed out a scheduled street 
dance and forced community 
church services indoors, but 
the variety show was repeated 
at night for the adults 

Airmen and officers at nearby 
Beale Air Force Base, follow 
ing an inspection and awarding 
of a citation for their work in 
the levees. were entertained 
with a Hollywood show featur- 
ing Miss Hayward. 

Gift packages which arrived 
by trucks and planes contained 
winks, 
pull toys and jig-saw puzzles to 
Davy Crockett caps, air-rifies 
and baseball! bats 

Santa Claus scoffed at the 
showers and led a parade 
through downtown streets be- 
fore the afternoon party. Nine 
trucks and trailers were lined 
up at the scene of the show 
filled. to capacity with the 
presents, 


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Scientists using an “atomi 
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accurate method of dating pre 
historic cultures, the 
Survey reported yesterday. 

The method entails use o! 
radioactive carbon to measure 
the decay rate of atoms in pre 
historic animals and plants. It 
was developed by Dr. Willard 
F. Libby, an atomic energy, 
commissioner, and perfected 
Drs. Hans Suess and Mever 
Rwurin, survey physical chem 
ISts 

Using the new method in an 
Oregon cave, the scienti is con 
cluded that North America was 
inhabited 9,000 years ago. a 
much earlier date than pre 

. ly accepted 

Another discovery was the 
date of the last glacier period 
over North America and Eu 
rope. The latest figure places 
this at 11,000 years afo instead 
of the 20,000 to 25,000 years 
previously believed. 

Indian fishweirs in Boston 
and relics from New York 
State indicate cultures in those 
areas dating from 3,000 B. C 
the scientists said 

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‘hundreds homeless and prop 
erty damage in the millions. 


‘Southwest 
‘through parts of the Midwest 
'Hurricane-force winds pounded 
‘areas in the East 


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Storms and high winds rolled 
eastward from Texas to the 
East Coast yesterday icaving ai 
16 dead, dezens injured, 


the sea 


in the 
knifed 


The storm caused 
son's worst dust clouds 
Tornadoes 


liardest hit Was an area in 
southern Illinois near Louls 
Tornadoes, striking in pre-dawn 
blackness, killed 6 and injured 
10 About half the 106 busi. 
nesses or residences in Sum 
a community of 500. 
destroyed or damaged 
Another Ililinois man was 
killed when his truck slid off 
the highway during a gusty 
‘burg, Il 
Ohio counted three deaths 
Texas and Missouri two each 
and Oklahoma and New York 
one apiect 
The storm. 
front, hit Texa 


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spawned by a cold 
first and roared 
eastward 

At the storm's height. 
with gusts up to 95 miles an 
hour. lashed west Texas, east 
ern Viexico, Oklahoma and 
parts of Kansas 

It became a black blizzard 
so dense that fire fighters cop 
ing with two major prairie fires 
in Texas were unable to find 
the flames until they were right 
upon then 


The wind 


winds 


Ne \" 


hlew & man from 
Ada, Okla... kill 
ing fim. Visibility was blotted 
out by the dust and traffic vir 
tually stalled 

Behind the dust came severe 
windstorm damage at Mi 
Pieasant. Marshall Denison. 
Kilgore and Mayfield. Tex. 

The storm churned eastward 
and shortly after midnight Fri 
day became laced with torna- 
does 

Fastward Indiana, torna 
does cut acti the center of 
Shelbyville. hit a corner of 
Martinsville and struck again 
near Fran‘in. Strong winds 
her communities 


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Wind, Dust Storms 
Kill 16 in 


Midwest 


Press 

Six persons suffered minor In- 
juries and damage was esti- 
mated in excess of $150,000. 

Ohio suffered three deaths, 
injuries tc 20 and. property 
damage unofficially estimated 
in excess of a million dollars. 

A mother of two died when 
struck by parts of a firing’ 
chicken house near Cambridre, 
and a man Was electrocuted at 
New Baltimore when -he 
stepped on a fallen power line. 

Automobiles were blown 
over, plate glass windows caved 
in and trees uprooted by winds 
of dornadic. force at Hamilton. 
The roof of the Butler County 
jail was blown off and landed 
in a church yard next deor. 

An inch of rain accompanied 
the storm in Indiana, boosting 
prospec tive flood stages for the .* 
Ohio River. ; 

Hurricane-force winds up to 
78 miles an hour hit Rocherier, 

Y. Altoona, Pa. had winds * 
up to 75 

Strong winds whistled 
through western Pennsylvania's 
Shenango Valley unroofing 
homes, overturning trailers rnd 
twisting TV antennas. Two 
cranes were blown from their 
tracks at the Roemer works of 
the Sharon Steel Corp 

New Jersey and New 
City also were hit. Gusts 
plate glass store windows and 
ripped down and chim- 
neys in Manhattan. A 50-foot 
radio antenna atop Hudson 
County, N. J., police headquar- 
ters at Kearny. was knockeal” 
down. In Jersey City police re- 
ported windows blown out, 
some power line failures 
and fallen trees. In Newark 4a 
house was lifted by the winds 
and landed on top of a car some 
150 feet away. 

The Atlanta area appeared 
hardest hit in Georgia. Trees 
and wires were down at 15 
locations, temporarily disrupt- 
ing power to some buildings 

High winds whipped through 
north Alabama with gusts 
reaching 71 miles an hour in 
the Birmingham area " 

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damaged in Lauderdale County. 


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Ad Sunday, February 26, 1956 


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SS eas the World 


French Trap Algerian Rebels 


LGIERS, Feb. 25 (»—French!are understood to have asked? 


itary headquarters today re-|for fresh elections under a new 


d smashing rebel strong- electoral system. 

d.in the Kabylie Mountains} Sophocles Venizelos, 
with a sudden raid by mobile'of the Liberal Democratic 
troops and helicopters. The|Union, and George Kartalis,| 
commando-style raiders killed leader of the Democratic Party| 
27 Nationalists and rounded up for Working People, are report-| 
another 47 “ a short but vio- ed to have briefed the King 
lent clash izable stores of on their views about the way) 
arms were A cy last Sunday's general election| 

The battle took place yester-- was conducted 
Gay in the arid mountains at Prime Minister Constantine) 
the foot of the Soummam Val- Karamanlis, whose Rad ical) 
ley. The area is 20 miles in Union won a small over-all ma-| 
from the coast and lack of roads! jority of seats in the new Par-| 
and communica:ions in the sec- liament, has delayed until next! 
tor “makes it perfect country week his call on the King to 
for reels. smugglers or both. submit his Government's resig- 

Although French losses were nation and to assume the man- 
not given, the fight appeared to date for forming a new govern- | 
be the first one-sided French ment. According to the last) 
suecess since a recent wave of Teport, the Radical Union now | 
vyovs. 
French military men have Bonn Replies to Russia 
continually asked for more hel- 
icopters in Algeria and these BONN, 
have been promised by the German Government's daily 
government, which in turn is bulletin said today Russia 
anxious for the army to become could netther demand nor ex-: 
more flexible in guerilla fight-pect rapid conclusion of a 
ing trade agreement between the 
Throuchuut Algeria terror. ‘wo countries. 
ism continued yesterday. An’ The article was a reply to 
unofficial toll indicated 60 per- Izvestia, the Soviet Government 
sors killed: newspaper, which has said that) 
West Germany has not played 
its part in “normalizing” rela- 
tions with Moscow. This “nor 
Rowers malization” was agreed on when 
India, Feb, 25-—-The Chancellor Konrad Adenauer 
Legislative Assembly of Rihar agreed to establish diplomatic! 
Siate today voted 157 to 25 relations with Russia 
to merae the State with neigh- The bulletin said Russia had 
boring West Bengal, a decision herself acted against normaliza-. 
that Friday caused demonstra- tion by furthering the cause of 
tions here and a paralyzing the East German Communist 
general strike in Calcutta. Government. 

The decision followed an In- 
dian Government announce Lacerda Charged 
ment last month of a plan to JANFIRO. 
redraw state boundaries. . 25 un__Carlos tacerds 
are ree ae - : self-exiled newspaper editor 
epread rioting n Bombay and who is one of the strongest op- 
nner abun a which more than ponents of President Juscelino 
(5 persons were killed i ubitechek ae for ity 

4 Praja Socialist amendment Sees WSF 505 Eee 
5: oS Sarre ; . mn charged today with attempting 
oo the wes ution Norge nd- to foment an armed forces re- 
ing a plebiscite in both states volt last November 
> oa ~4 — was voted down Prosecutor Maurilio Bruno 
, ; said the charges of disrupting 
public peace would mean a one 
to-three-year prison sentence if 
‘Lacerda returned to Brazil. La 
Two cerda, member of the Chamber 
‘haa Of Deputies and editor of Tri 
, buna da Imprensa, was last re. 
ported in New York. 


_ WALLBOARD suas | Siberia A-Test Reported 
i 


OSLO. Feb. 25 ~The Nor- 

SALE Mon -Tu wegian Defense Ministry re 
ported today that a nuclear ex 

1 Pr losion occurred between Jan 


RUCKER LUMBER ecurr 
23 and Feb. 7 in the Siberian 


Jackson 4-1234 I region. 


Reuters 


Feb. 25—The West 


Bihar Votes Merger 


PATNA, 


Rrazil 


Protest to Greek King 
Reuters 

ATHENS, Feb. 25 

Greck opposition leaders 

taiks with King Paul today an 


“Wed. on) 


central Sudan distric 


‘exonerated later this week by 


leader | 


90 others 


Hard te Express 
Foreign Aid 
Proposals 
On Shelf 


By Rowland Evans Jr. 
w. ¥. Herald Tribune News Gervice 


The State Department has) 
studied and discarded a series 
of proposed drafts to carry out 
__» | |President Eisenhower's appeal 

_. |for long-range commitments in 
the new foreign aid bill. 

Despite persistent requests 
from powerful congressional 
Democrats who have had the 
long-range aid concept under 
fire ever since it was first pro- 
posed, the State Department's 
International Cooperation Ad- 
ministration has been unable 
to draft suitable language to 
carry it out. 

The chairmen of the Senate 
Foreign Relations Committee 


Smart Mayor 


Mrs. George Davis Jr. whe 
has been described as the 


Nation's prettiest mayor, suc- 
cessfully reached the $106,000 
level on the TV quis shew, 
“The Big Surprise,” last 


and the House Foreign Affairs’ 
Committee have asked for a’ 
fuller explanation of just what 
President Eisenhower meant 
night. Mrs. Davis, mayor of when he asked Congress for 
Washington, Va., will try for |“longerterm commitments” for) 
$20,000 next week. Her cate. jsome — Pom at rag 4.| 
, ¢ House Committee, hea 
ton's Ameen Washing: | 44 by Rep. James P. Richards| 
ys ___ | (D48.C.) is scheduled to start’ 


hearings on the #48 billion 
Police Held 


aid bill within the next 10) 
days. The measure was steering | 
into its stormiest congressional! | 
* (Seas since 1948, when the 
‘ | original Marshall Plan was dis- 
In Sudanese | patched to Congress. 
' ea » Opponents were already lay- | 
| — ing plans to attack this year's 
| lass Killing aid bill on three flanks: The! 
request for the as-yet unex- 
Peters | plained long range commit-| 
KHARTOUM, the Sudan! | ments; pF, increase—more | 
Feb. 25—A group of police! me ic un cameos ag ey 
officers arrested today will be umount Congress voted last) 
charged with “negligently caus-|year: and the intimate connec- | 
ing the deaths” of 104 Sudanese | tion boron ae America aid and/ 
farmers earlier this week. — eged trade in strategic) 
Sudanese authorities ordered Western European nations. to| 
the arrest of two police officers,’ the Soviet empire east of the 
two sergeants and several other Iron Curtain. 
non-commissioned officers amid Mi. > yy into anti- 
demonstrations in Khartoum in teamed “wr sae te 
and Kosti. verely attacking the Eisenhow- 
A Government statement er Administration for refusing | 
said the farmers suffocated to release classified material on 
when they were detained in a wad mgm 5 me ray in strategic 
smail room at Kosti with nearly Sen jo be rr McClellan (D-| 
They were among 4 Ark) told the Senate he would' 
total of about 500 men held by “insist” that Congress “with- 
police after weekend 1 rios in a Old action op the appropriea- 
(Many | #0n for sareled astistanee for! 
our Allies” until the State De-' 
mers ced in street partment authorizes release of 
clashes. with poiice.) fuil informaiton “on-trade with 
Most of the survivors were tne Soviet bloc.” 
The Senator is chairman of 


other farmers tied 


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Knives, forks, teaspoons, soup spoons, 
dessert spoons, salad forks, butter 
spreaders, coffee spoons, cocktail forks 
and many other pieces, 


jreaching Khartoum from Kosti 
jtoday said only 72 farmers were 
istill held 


of the Sudanese political par- 
ties and the General Federation 
lof Labor joined the Sudan Bar 


ination of the Cabinet, 
Press reported.) 


‘tee, the panel that now claims 
to be thwarted in its effort 2a 
= the information. 

And Sen. Henry M. Jackson| 
'\(D-Wash.) said Secretary of 
State John Foster Dulles “ig in-| 
viting complete jeopardy of the | 
foreign aid program” if the se 
cret information on strategic 
ows is not forthcoming. 


[The parliamentary factions 


Association in urging the resig- 
United 


: 


Soviet Rejects Three Survive | 


Big 3 Protest Crash of U.S. 


On Civil Arms Plane in in 
ane in Spa 
Reutere | 

RERLIN, Feb. 25—Georgi M 
Pushkin, Russia's ambassador 
in Communist Fast Berlin, indi- 
cated in a note to the Western 
ambassadors today that he was 
not competent to answer their 
protest about the arming of 
civilians in East Berlin. 

He said he had passed the 
protest to the East German 
government, ‘because it con- 
cerns Berlin, the capital of the 
(East) German Democratic Re- 
public.” (The Western powers 
do not recognize the regime, 
and insist Russia is still respon- 


MADRID, Feb. 25 #—Med- 
ical Corps parachutists hauled 
to the spot by a helicopter! 
found three survivors tonight 
where a United States Air 
Force transport crashed in «a 
snowstorm 50 miles north of 
Madrid 

The C47 transport, carrying 
six men attached to the small 
American military aid mission 

Spain, crashed last night 
when only minutes from a land- 
ing at Getafe airbase here. ) 

Announcement of the finding | 
of three survivors was made by 
the Air Force after the wreck- 
age had been spotted in the 
snowcovered Guadarrama 
Mountains by eT ee 
sib] , , iport. ‘Ten Spanish me 
ible for events in East Berlin. bees planes had searched rye 

The Western ambassadors ine wreckage since dawn. Doc- 
protested Feb. 10 against the) tors and medical corpsmen 
arming of civilians, including were dropped by parachute at at 
many young people, with rifles), scene, but they landed 1000 | 
and submachine guns to take feet below the wreckage. A 
part in @ mass march. helicopter flown from its base, 

The march was staged on Jan. | at Sidi Slimane, French Moroc- 
25, the anniversary of the) co then lifted them to the spot 
deaths of two prominent Ger-| with jong ropes. ) 
man Communists. It was in- The U. S. Air Force released 
tended as a demonstration ithe names of four of the six 
against militarism. men aboard — Those whose 

In his note, Pushkin said the next of kin live in Madrid,’ 
fighting groups in East Ger- Spain and already have been 
many had been created to pro- ‘notified that the plane is miss- 
tect the people against “attacks\ing: Lt. Col. Claire A, P.| 
by diversionist groups and spy Duffie, 38; Maj. Shelton Bran-' 
organizations... which are be- nen Jr. 34: Maj. John R. Fran- 
ng operated from West Ger- cis, 31, and Airman ici, C. 
many and West Berlin.” |\Walter G, Schroeder Jr., 22. 


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Sea Mist Mahogany Kneehole Desk 89.50 
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To Party Board 


From News Dispatches 

MOSCOW, Feb. 25—The 20th | reelected, despite recent “ideo- 
Communist Party Congress of) logical errors.” 
the Soviet Union closed today' Defense Minister Georgi 
after elevating 53 members— Zhukov became a full member 
more than a third of the total— of the Committee. It is be- 
to full membership im its ruling lieved Zhukov was actually 
Central .Committee, ‘raised from candidate to full 

The Central Committee, the membership in 1953 after the 
party's supreme body which will #"Test of Laurenti Beria, secret 


| police chief. 
rule until the next Congress Among the new members is| 
meets, will now select a new 


Minister of Internal Affairs! 
“oollective leadership” Presi- N. P. Dudorov. He replaced | 
dium, the inner ruling circle of 


former Minister of Internal | 

' . Affairs Sergei Kruglov, who is 
ue Committee and the supreme dropped from the new Com- : 
political organ of the Soviet 
Union. All 11 members of the 


mittee. | 3 
Other new full members are. 

current Presidium have been re-;Gen. Ivan Serov, head of the 

elected to the Central Commit- 5oviet State Security Commit-| 

ee, and are expected to keep 

their posts. 


tee; Deputy Foreign Minister a 
Andrei Gromyko; Yekaterina : 

The Committee was enlarged | Furtseva, highest-ranking wom-| . ie ae 
to 133 full members and 122: 32% Communist who heads the) 57 
candidate members. The out-| Moscow City Communist organ; | 
going Committee; elected in| Agricultural Minister Viadimir| 
1952 when Stalin was alive, had'| Moskalenko and Marshal A.) 
125 full members and 111 candi-| Moskalenko, commander of the 
date members. ‘Moscow Military District. | 

The new Central Committee; _“fatskevich, who recently 
roster shows that 47 full mem- visited the United States as_ 
bers have been dismissed or Dead of a Soviet farm delega-| 
have died since 1952. There are tion, last summer, announced) 
75 new candidate members: 12 earlier today that a new farm 
candidates prométed to full program will utilize several 
membership and four full mem- American farm methods. They) 
bers demoted to candidate Will include the establishment 


ni - 


What Theyre Wearing in London 


It has been cold in London, but not that cold. This Afghan 
hound is plenty warm enough in his own fur coat; he put on 
the mink for a ‘dog beauty contest. 


On 4-Week Tour 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, February 26, 1956 


Hungary 
Releases 


9 Catholies 


Rewters 

VIENNA, Feb. 25—The Hun- 
garian government has released 
nine Roman Catholic officials . i) join the list of Russian- 
after many years of imprison American exchange delegations 
ment, Radio Budapest said to- 
night. Joseph Cardinal Minds- 
zenty was not among them. 

One of the nine was Dr. Josef 
‘Baranyai, former director of 
Hungary's Catholic Action, who f 
‘was arrested at the end of 1948 
and sentenced to 15 years in 
1949 together with Cardinal] 

Mindszenty. 

The other eight released men cer abate a 
|were identified as Peter Gyep- the National In- 
vari, Rezsoe Bolyos, Karoly stitutes of Health, is a specialist 
Prilis, Ferene Juhasz, Istvan in the epidemiology of cancer. 
Eroes, Lajos llusfoelder, Arpad’ Others on the trip are: 

Bihari and Mihaly Raba. Dr. Karl F. Meyer, director of 

Joseph Cardinal Mindszenty the Hooper Foundation and pro- 
was not mentioned. He was sen- fessor of experimental pathol- 
‘tenced to life imprisonment in ogy at the University of Cali. 
1949 on charges of treason, ' fornia Medical Center. 
lerpionage and currency of. Dr. John R. Paul, professor of 


nome oe he ae toe preventative medicine ai 
ow e so n 
ed to leave prison a Ve | University. 


> Scientists 
To Depart 


For Russia 
res 


A Bethesda scientist and four 
other American medical leaders 


weekend for a 
four-week tour. | 
behind the Iron 
Curtain. 

Dr. Michael 
B. Shimkin, 
chief of biom-| 
etry and epide- 
miology at — 
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—————— 


membership, and 51 candidates of experimental! stations for re-, 

dismissed or died since 1952 search in every area, the = 
Among the dismissals were ing of cows twice a day, an 

as number of former senior the use of Amercan seeding 

party officials who have lost practices in hybrid corn pro- 

their jobs in the provinces. The duction.) 

roster indicates that First) Also dropped from the new 

Secretary Nikita S. Khrush- Central Committee was — 

chev has greatly strengthened N. G. Kuznetzov, who was 

his hand by eliminating a num- lieved to be commander "in 

ber of former close followers chief of the Russian Navy untill} 

of Stalin. recently, and Leonid Melnikov, 
Former Premier Georgi Mal- the Minister of Tool Industry 

enkov kept his seat on the Cen- | Enterprises. 

tral Committee even though) The 11 members of the pres. 

his Ministry of Power Stations emt Presidium who won seats 

was criticized. Foreign Min- #64)n on the Central Commit- 


ister V. M. Molotow also was tee 4re 
Malenkov, Molotov’. Khrush- 


chev, Premier Nikolai Bulga- 
nin, Soviet President Klimenti 
Voroshilov, Deputy Premiers 
Lazar Kaganovich, Anastas Mi- 
koyan, Mikhail Pervukhin, and 
Maxim Saburov, and Alexei 
Kirichenko, Secretary of the 
Ukrainian Communist Party. 
and Mikhal Suslov, Central 
Committee Secretary. 


By Gaston 


ler, whose 
year alliance with Chancellor 
Konrad Adenauer last night, 
has launched a violent anti-Ad-' 
enauer campaign. 


West Germany. 

In the past 24 hours en im- 
portant new figure, Heinrich 
Schneider, has aligned himself 
with Dehler 
Adenauer. 

Schneider, also an orator of' 


"SOFT- BED” BACRACAT Premier Segni 35 Are Killed |= se == l 
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| ROME, Feb. 25 #—Premier 


| second vote of confidence in 


| 54, with 105 abstaining. 
| Segni 


for 


only ‘approval on the eve of de- 


iparture of president Giovanni) 
'Gronchi for the United States 


ition F.) 

Today's vote was on the Gov 
-ernment’s policies, asked for on 
the basis of the recent nomina- 


of Ezio Vanoni, 
| posts. 
ivete the Cabinet changes did 


ment were the Neo-Fascists and Y 
Monarchists: the Communists 


\tained, Reuters reported. 
Before the vote, Segni, 
‘founder of KHaly'’s agrarian 


have been and will continue 
to be 

© “Absolute loyalty” 
iOcratic institutions, 

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against every form of 
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‘Schneider Joins Dehler 
‘In Attack on Adenauer — ; p.cgin Crash | 


N.Y. Herald Tribune Newt Service 
BONN, Feb. 25—Thomas Deh-|chief in Saarbruecken and one 
right-wing Free of the leaders of the recent Five employes of the Bethle- 
Democrats broke their seven-| cam 
of the Saar from France. 


Dehier is one | launched 
of the most powerful orators in| Adenauer is the state of Baden-'399 ahout 12 miles northwest’ 


Wuerttemberg in southern Ger- of here. 
many. State-level elections will 
take place there March 4. 


in opposition to tonight saying his party would Cooper, all of Mahanoy City; 


‘support 
making West Germany a mem-'ter Medalis, Keylares. 


talent, is the Free Democratic por of NATO, Associated Press| 
‘reported.] 


|Antonio Segni today won his ,, 
into the side of a passenger 

nine days The vole wag 284 to ed 

rata in Fast Germany todas, . 

and his government killing 35 and seriously injuring { 

won the Chamber of Deputies 49 1¢ was the worst East Ger- 

man rail disaster since the war 


‘and Canada. (Plans for his visit | one passenger car was smashed, 

‘are discussed on page 1, Sec- ana 
near the Bornitz Railroad Sta 
tion in Saxony. 


tion of two new ministers to fill tals were summoned, The en- 


vacencies caused by the death gines of the freight and the lo 
who held twp comotive of the passenger train 


Segni said before the Were overturned. 


not mean any change in policy.|Minister Erwin 
[Voting against the govern- Personal charge of aid and sal 


and their Socialist allies ob of the wreck “has not yet been 
completed,” 
tween the towns of Riesa and 
reform. declared that cardinal Oschatz. The passenger express 
principles of his government 
this 
and other 


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The bulletin said all nine re- and s 
s 
Sree sate ee ap ci "EWE esse 
‘of the Hungarian President's) *- Colin M, MacLeod, pro-| 
‘Council. It gave no reasons for fessor of microbiology at the | 
‘the release and no details Bellevue Medical Center of New 
about the men. York University. 

The delegation will visit: 
points of scientific interest and | 


meet their Soviet counterparts | 
in various fields of medical re- 


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ALLENTOWN, Pa., Feb. 25 # ranged by the Public Health 
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State Department, 


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sharply challenged Secretary of 
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Senate Democrats yesterday 


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ago | 
| 


Sen. J. William Fulbright (D- 
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questioned Dulles at length,! 
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‘her methods” but he insisted: 


| key Democrats the answer that: 


are meeting thé United States, 
in armaments and in some in-| 


Foreign Relations Chairman 
Walter F. George (D-Ga,) 
agreed with Duiles that Russia 
is “in the process of changing 


“The Kremlin has not aban- 
doned its ultimate objective.” 

George had this to say about) 
the Cabinet officer's four-hour 
explanation of American for- 
eign policy in the crisis-ridden 
Middle East: yesterday, back from 

“I thought it was a good ap- seven “drab and depressing 
pearance. It was an open state- weeks” in Russia. 


— The precocious Capote, whose 
: , . blond bangs and “Other Voices 
WTOP-TV to Carry Other Rooms” burst on the lit- 
erary world several years ago,| 


Dulles Policy Talk found “maddening” disappoint- 


State John Foster Dulles at "'* gee “tied ae 

the Philadelphia Bulletin |, 'h¢ Dew plays were “dread 

Forum will be carried by ful,” the paintings corny Jif 

WTOP-TV at 3 p. m today, 54” puzzles” and the country it- 
rare ; iself “prim, puritanical and nos 

The topic of what is expected talgic.” 

te be “a major foreign policy 


k. With a reputation founded on 
aa has not been af .onsitive, imaginative works 


ithat often take flight into fan- 
tasy, Capote complained: 
“There is no place in Russia for 
the rare and individual. I my- 
self am interested in style.” 


By Bernard D. Nossiter 
Siaff Revorter 
Writer Truman Capote was in 
town 


oe 


ment and for that reason it will 
be helpful to our present rela- 
uons.” | To this, he said, the Secretary 
Dulles is to return for further! o¢ the Soviet Union of Writers 
questioning in a closed session replied: “We think every poem 
fo be tae il for «sour of ueene re bo 8 bit end 
a banner. 
The Camnities also sched- Baontary « oy “i was quite 
siience y that 
seg gm Benge seh ene + This same lack of contact 
' . marked most of his trip. “Of- 
aa Se ee iene ficials there couldn't be more 
4 we & "| agreeable,” he said. “You could 
man — — ares yar oe talk politely for hours and say 
on = Sauhéne Bae 0 nothing. It was like two ships 
"The Secretary's appeal to = om a noel y 
: . Sapote and the Soviet Union 
nraelaiapt_oat or tna ue came, oreiber Decne, the 3 
i year-old writer was traveling 
political campaign brought from) .i+, the touring “Porgy and 


Bess” troupe about whom he 
will write some magazine ar- 


George himself sided with ticles. That ruled out ques- 
other Democrats who argued tions about the opera's recep- 
that Dulles “might as well be “°" 
realistic” and understand that) [is liveliest sessions 
it will be impossible to keep W!*” the Soviet writers 
foreign policy generally, and sembied for their congress. 
the Middle East crisis in par- told them the real influence on 
ticular, out of political discus- young American writers was 
sion. Freud. That caused great con- 
isternation because they don't 
‘read Freud and psychoanalysis 
isn’t allowed.” 


this was not as practicable as 
desirable. 


were 
as- 


Sicily Gets A-Generator 
CATANIA, Italy, Feb. 25 The Russian writers, like their 
(Reuters)}—A $168.000 atomic colleagues the world over, 
generator for the newly found- asked Capote if he could make 
ed Sicilian nuclear physics cen- a living at his trade. “I said 
ter arrived here today by ship I did journalistic things on the 
from the United States. Direc- side but could make a sort of 
tor Prof. Ricamo had earlier a living out of fiction.” 
been present at the testing of When the Russians extolied 
the apparatus at the Massachu-'their system of state subsidies 
setts Institute of Technology. for authors, Capote answered 


.by pointing to publishers’ ad-; 


vances on books in progress. 

“The Russians haven't pub-| 
lished any of my books.” he 
sighed, but he did find a lady 
who had read and was “polite” 
about his “The Grass Harp.” 

Instead, the Soviets “loved 
Lillian Hellman, Howard Fast, 
Harriet Beecher Stowe, Walt 
Whitman, Jack London, Upton 
Sinciair and some other Amer- 
ican they thought was marvel- 
ous and I'd never heard of him.’ 

Was it true that Ilya Ehren- 
burg’s novel “The Thaw” had 
signaled a turning point, per 
mitting Russian writers more 
freedom of expression? 

“Oh, they hate “The Thaw” 
Capote said, and told of a play 
that had been shut down the 
day after Pravda charged that 
it had deseribed grumblers who 
were not typical youth 

He was pleased to find the 
Russians are planning to pub- 
lish William Faulkner and sug- 
gested they translate Carson 
McCullers, Eudora Welty and 
James Agee. He said they po 
litely promised to read them 

Dividing his time between 
Leningrad and Moscow, Capote 
also took the standard side trip 
to a collective farm. Somehow. 
he found it “like a very cozy 
family-sized farm in the Amer- 
ican Mid-West.” 

He was greatly taken with 
an exhibition of French im- 
Pressionisi paintings at Mos 
cow's Pushkin Gallery, even 
though “they keep hundreds 
hidden away in storage.” He 
noticed a whole wall of Gau- 
guins, but not a single Van 
Gogh 

When Capote called this to 
the Russians’ attention, they 
told him, “But Van Gogh isn’t 
French.” To which he tri- 
umpnhantly retorted, “But 
youve got six Picassos here 
and neither is he.” 

Anyway, he said. the Soviets 
really “hated” the pictures. 
“They boast that their artists 
are in rapport with the popu- 
iation. Thats true on the 
lowest common denominator. 
Their paintings look like jig- 
saw puzzies teiling 
stories.” 

Now shorn of his bangs, Cap- 
ote did find some “common 
people” among 
with whom he had some ephe- 


the Russians | 


Author.Capote Finds Russia Drab, 
Its Plays “Dreadful and Art ‘Corny’ 


Capote himself faded away 


from Washington yesterday to. 


return to the “realistic” novel 
he is working on in New York 
He had come here to read from 
his own works at an Institute 
of Contemporary Arts meeting 
in the Corcoran Gallery Friday 
night. 

The Russian experience, he 
said, won't provide him with 
any material for a work of the 
imagination. “Living there is 


just as if you were an invalid 


with one. window that looked 
out on a very gray, damp wail.” 


Peru Revolt 
Ends; Leader 


Surrenders 


Feb. 25 #—A 
Rebellion 


LIMA, Peru, 
9-day - old Army 


against the government fizzled 


out today. 

Gen. Marcial Merino Pereira, 
commander of the Forest Divi- 
sion, announced in a choking 
voice at rebel headquarters in 
the river port of Iquitos, 1200 
miles northeast of Lima, that 
he had ended his revolt to avoid 
shedding civilian blood. 

The general broadcast his 
surrender over the rebel radio 
in the city. The broadcast was 
picked up at Bogota, Colom- 
bia 

‘The Government announced 
later that Merino had surrend- 
ered, Associated Press re 
ported.) 

The general said he would 
“separate myself forever from 
the ranks of the army.” 

He said he hoped that the 
people of Peru would back his 
rebellion “whose only object 
was to bring the country and 
armed forces greater honor and 
national grandeur.” 


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The Air Force Association,|the file on Kolentsev, Major V. 
one of Soviet Russia's bitterest V., 2552 Belmont rd. nw., Wash- 
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had been “infiltrated” by a maj- Associated Press questioned it. 
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Adm. Burke 
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CHARLESTON, S. C., Feb. 25 


of Naval Operations sad oaay ULES Cites Saudi Ban 
at “the most powerful, most : 
On Jews, Explains Pacts 


destructive - 
Agreements with Saudi 
Arabia, under which this 
country submits to a proscrip- 
tion against Americans of the 
Jewish faith, have been traced/inate between one American 
by Secretary of State John | passport and another,” Sen. 
Foster Dulles to the Demo-|}tumphrey noted that neither 


By Elton C. Fay 
Associated Press ing power. 

The Air Force may sub A proposal is under study to 
stantially increase the number) expand from 30 to 45 the num- 
of heavy, 
bomers in each strategic wing! Air Force wing as deliveries of 


—_— 


weapons of the 
age are being 
lmstalled on 
board ships in 
increasing 
numbers.” 

The Navy “is* 
hard at work . 
on new devel- ~ 


spective entrant. 
In protesting the right of any 


velt and Truman. . 
clear power to 4 ti Testifying before the Senate|’ creip Pecunia vy OO 
ship propulsion an air. a4 | Foreign Relations Committee|..iq the aerectionts wader Ste 
both carrier-based aircraft an \Friday, Dulles explained that!) 4 been acceded ‘ : of ve 
seaplanes which he said are | the pacts governing the move-|...4 fo a. di pe nla’ Phage 
moving rapidly into the super-| ments of American nationals in ms ; J, ol Mass 8S 
sonic era. Saudi Arabia took cognizance |‘!°"#! sovereignty. 


to give them even greater strik- 


nuclear weapon' ber 6f bombers in a Strategic) 


ligious affiliation of each pro- 


foreign government “to discrim-| 43 17 a month. 


U.S. Studies Plan to Increase Size of Strategic Air Wings’ 


the new all-jet B-52 accumulate, Strategic Air Command (SAC) committee recently that the 
it was learned yesterday. ‘planes. Included in this total flexibility and seed of the Tac- 
Under this plan, the Strategic are several jet fighter wings,|.:..) 4; Force is being aug- 


Air Force would have upwards 4ssi the mission of pro- 
of 160 more B-52s even if no tecting SAC bases and escort- mented by aerial refueling 


change is made in the present) ing bombers on missions. (using flying tankers to replen- 

plan for 11 heavy bomber wings | 

under the kn Fd Force SAC’s total strength by three flight). 

program scheduled for attain-| fighter wings, but this would be! Twi 

ment in mid-1957. a na og esa ge cl 
How fast the big long-range| Strength in the Tactical Air|a big boost in offensive capa- 

B-52s are being turned out is a! Command (TAC), which will in-| bility.” He then referred to oats 

matter of controversy among) crease from a present 34 to 4l\verson of four heavy recon- 

critics of Administration de-|Wings under the program. This'naissance wings to heavy 

fense. policy. Sen. Stuart|imcrease will be in day fighter homber wings. Currently the 


‘to come” before the B-52 pro-| tually all TAC combat aircraft’, 
| iston-jet engine B b t 
‘duction rate reaches as many|#te capable of carrying at least they will a bee Twining 
| the smaller size atomic bombs. ..;3 ' 

There also has been talk, so 


| Air Force officials have said 
officially expressed, sac 


‘in recent months that while far not 
the 137-wing total unit 


bombers apparently wil 


expansion of the numbers of|could be used for tactical mis-\hombing mission, and 
modern aircraft in the Soviet|sions, to augment the light! check 
air force might call for recon-|bombers and fighter-bombers electronic gear in post-strike 
sideration of the program. of TAC, reconnaissance. Reconnaissance 
| The present | 

gram provides for 54 wings of'Chief of Staff, told a Senate| mission for the bombers. 


* 


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The Air Force may reduce ish jet bombers or fighters in 


| Offset by the increase of unit Strategic Air Force is to “get! 


Federal 
against Raymond Lee Watkins,|play all songs under contract 
‘who owns Club Fairfax, on Lee to them at a cost of $40 every | 


Symington (D-Mo.) said Friday Planes, used for both defense|four wings are equipped with e°™4y, at Centreville. 


it will be “a great many months |2Md ground attack missions. Vir-| tp. slower, older, combination) 


Thereafter, the long-distance ' Fire 


| strength|that some of the B47 medium carry out two jobs: Make pre-/ MILWAUKEE, Feb. 25 m—A 
cratic Administrations of Roose-|traq nor Saudi Arabia permits now appears adequate, further range jet bombers now in SAC | strike reconnaissance, then a/stubborn three-alarm $50,000) HY ECZEMA 


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137-wing pro-| Gen. Nathan F. Twining, Air|thus will become a corollary| pital. A clothing store next door 
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Fairfax Club Named in Suit 
Two New York music firmsifirm, claimed “For All We’ 
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in the club. | damages in each case. 
Suits were led last week in| Watkins said ASCAP would : 
Court, Aléxandria,/issue him a blanket license to : 


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In an address prepared for) of “centuries of animosities” to- 
the Citadel, famous Southern/ wards the Jews in that area. He 
military school, Burke did not/ added that recognition of the 
spell out in detail his reference; country as an ally “doesn’t 
to the powerful weapons in-| mean, however, that we approve 
stalled aboard ships. Presum-| of its practices.” 
ably, he was referring both to; The question of the anti- 
aircraft capable of carrying nu-|Semitic pacts to which this| 
clear bombs and to missiles|country became party with 
fired from surface ships and) Saudi Arabia in 1951 was raised 
submarines. /at the hearing by Sen. Hubert 

The Admiral noted that there} Humphrey (D-Minn.). Defense 
are many types of atomic bombs | Department spokesmen said 
and that “naval attack planes that while actual provisions of 
ean carry most of them.” More | “e agreememt do not exclude 


' os persons of the Jewish faith 
important, Burke said, “they| , 
can deliver against strong en- from the country, they have 


: - the same effect. 
ot eo? with accuracy! Dulles testified that of sev- 
: eral thousands of American 
But he warned of the progress military, diplomatic and civil- 
of Russia in seapower andiian personnel stationed pre 
= re — 2 val ee, in the country none is 
‘ . ewls 
know, does not have amonopoly| Specifie sections of the pact 
on nuclear developments. Nor agree that “there must not be 
is the Gntes States _ only | among members of the mission 
nation im the race for sea)... any individual who is ob- 
ps The ey poi fn jectionable to the Saudi Arabi- 
am has been engaged in a “|an government.” The pact also 
Ls ecg More cece wed Peo | aeree® that this country will 
gram. e Soviets nav 50 recall any such person to whom 
+ gy a ae ee ae in objection is raised. The agree- 
the . x. nuciear . A ment also extends to employes 
Some of their gta * as sald of the ArabiamAmerican Oil 
poe us in the past. We could'cy which has vast concessions 
Kandeig es tn eatin in that country, and applies 
ing “pabesarins fais —_ “shout — © Rows reporters as 
400 submarines and they arel” ts wes understood that “de 
building more of them,” Burke) ,i1e4 lists” of employ offi 
said. He added that the Rus-|i) otonne) asiencd to 
sians have added more tham 100/<°. 4, Wooo ie must be fuenished 
odern destroyers to their|~*°0! “* 80!" mu ane 
Po age mame 7 cruisers, 17 of|i@ advance of admission and 
thoes now: and have expanded | ‘at such lists include the re- 
naval aviation to about 3500 | 
planes. me 
Burke reported that the Navy 
is shifting from guns to guided} Ist Graders Get 
missiles for antiaircraft defense) ‘ 
and “developing surface-to-sur- Spanish Lessons 
face missiles that will increase 
= apenye offensive cap&-| CEDAR FALLS, lowa, Feb 
aeS. . |25 an—First-grade pupils at an 
9 su wo a eae said sare lowa State Teachers College 
e now have the fastest elementa school are bein 
tional fighter in the world. He taught Spanish, . 
did not specify the plane. Richard Lattin, principal of 
the campus é¢lementary schoo!, 
said the experiment has «a two- 
fold purpose of stimulating in- 
terest in foreign nations and 
idiseovering the best age at 
\which a foreign language can 
be learned. 


Reply Studied 


RedsAccount 
For Missing 
U.N. Troops 


PANMUNJOM, Korea, Feb. 
25 «»—The Communists handed 
a long list of names to the 
United Nations military com- 
mand today as their explana- 
tion of what happened to 2698 
Allied troops still listed as 
missing. 

The list was 22 short of the 
U. N. list, which includes 450 
Americans, 2224 South Koreans 
and 46 men from other VU. N.| 
nations which fought in the! 
three-year Korean war. 

There was no immediate ex- 
planation of the discrepancy 
and U. N. officials refused to 
disclose the Red reply until 
they could study it. 

However, the Communist ac 
counting held out little hope 
that any of the missing men 
are alive. 

The United Nations had de 
manded the accounting last No- 
vember, 

U. S. Rear Adm. Walter E. 


| Nationalists Shell Amoy 


TOKYO, Feb. 2% (#—Red 
China radio said Nationalist 
Chinese big guns on Quemoy 
‘ifired more than 190 shells at 
Amoy and Tateng Island yester- 
day. The broadcast said the 
bombardment destroyed civilian 
premises and wounded one per- 
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_A-Weapons Set 


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‘WEW YORK, Feb, 25 Air) 
Fotee Secretary Donald A. 


Quarles said today the United 


States is prepared to use nu) 


clear weapons to win a “little”’ 
war as well as a giobal con- 
tliet. 

“No would-be aggressor 
should ever again @xpect us to 
employ our air power and 
weapons as we did in Korea,” 
he said in a speech here. 


speech that it is necéssary to 
maintain a sound deterrent to 
Communist . aggression, and 
that “this applies to ‘little’ as 
well as major, or global wars.” 

“Air/atomie power is the 


main ¢lement of our deterrent 
position,” he said. 

Quarles, addressing the New 
York University Graduate Bus- 
iness School alumni, first ques- 


tioned Soviet claims that the! 


In Korea, air activity was lim- Russians have long-range mis-: 


ited to definite boundaries, and 
no atomic weapons were used. | 

“It must be clear to any ag-' 
gressor that he can expect to be 


opposed by such modern qual-| responding “to any Communist 


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weapons to make his aggression tation to the aggressors that by 


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es continued. 


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meant to include nuclear) 
weapons. 


siles which could reach the 
United States. 
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United States 


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is capable of 


aggression, even a surprise 


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attack.” 
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Europe combined, is one of the few spots on earth that still 
offer the mysterious lure of the unknown. Here are the linger- 
ing impressions the world’s least inviting land left on 4 corre- 
spondent just returned from covering the Navy's Operation 


incredibly stiil, forbidding, 
completely lifeless just beyond 
the coasts, always deathlike. 

We saw two kinds of terrain. 


bay ice of McMurdo Sound. 
'Black or dark brown with dead 
iyoleanic ash except where 
ithey’re covered by snow. And 
the Ross Ice Shelf, as big as 
‘California, fed by millions of 
years of snowfalis and count- 


ways looked exactly like what |... billions of tons of ice and 


snow pouring down from the 
mountain glaciers and plateau 
to the south 


Fiat, Broad Expanse 


If you would imagine the 
Ross Shelf, think of the flattest, 
broadest expanse you know. 
Think of a Kansas wheatfield. 
Now remove the wheat, remove 
all the houses and trees and 
grass and bushes. Remove the 
telephone poles and fences and 
ail moving things and all signs 
of human, animal or plant life 

Cover it all with snow and 
ice reaching into flat infinity 
north, east, south, west. Drop 
the temperature to about 8 
below and bring up the wind 
from the south to 40 or 50 miles 
an hour. Let the wind blow a 
thin, deathlike veil of snow 
powder around your boots. Let 
it whip tiny ice particles into 
your face sharp, jabbing 
needies until you unconsciously 
reach up to touch what you 

he. the blood of 
scratches 


This was the Ross Ice Shelf 
when we first arrived to set up 
Little America V. 


Many Days Were Warm 

Most of the time—it being 
the Antarctic’s summer—the 
temperature wasn't so cold. We 
had many days warmer than 
those in New York. But the 
scenery was always grim 

And against this backdrop, 
on a Sunday when a ship was 
tied up to the endless ice, there 
was nothing more ifonic than 
hearing the loudspeaker gaily 
inform the crew 

“Commence holiday routine:” 

This was supposed to mean 
a few hours off. Big deal’ 
v/here could they go. what 
could they do for fun’? The 
novelty of chasing and photo 
graphing penguins and seais 
soon wore off. So they played 
volleyball or softball on the 
oe 

This is one part of the world 
where if you oversiide second 
base you can end up in totally 
unexplored territory. 


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There is something wonder- 
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men in a grim situation. The 
grimmer the situation, ‘the 
sharper, the more ironic the 
humor, Thus, on the desolate 
slope of a volcanic ash hill at 
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tents and twice the wind blew 
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“There is no place like this 
place anywhere near this place 
So this must be the place.” 


At Little America, even after) | 


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several hundred acres of the) 
Ross Ice Shelf, the camp still| 
looked like a tiny outpost lost 
in white infinity. | 

Said one young sailor: | 

“This spot is in the midst of 
miles and miles of nothing but! 
miles and miles.” 


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If you haven't lived aboard| 
an icebreaker, you don't know. 
what insomnia is. You live! 
among Diesel 
roar 24 hours a day. The noise 
becomes worse when the ship! 
attacks the ice 

It moves in headon, 
climbing up on the ice. Sud-| 
denly Where there was a com-| 
plete expanse of unbroken’ 
white, now there are thin vein-| 
like cracks dancing out ahead! 
of the bow across the ice. The| 
ship tries to follow these! 
cracks or “leads,” as they are) 
called ) 

If it can't the icebreaker 
backs up, gathers full speed | 
and charges again, battering’ 
the ice with its force or with 
the weight of its bow riding! 
up. Inside, you hear the thunder! 
and shake with the vibration of 
huge ice cakes pounding against 
the hull | 


Meeting With Killers. 


jof trains. I quickly rolled up an| 
‘improvised AP flag and a flag 
‘made of a bedspread for my 
shipmates 


None of this seemed enough. 
Frantically, 
|name and the names of my wife 
it was—the end of the world,| and the only difference be-'and two daughters on a small 
‘tween night and d 
‘at night the 


page of notebook 
added that to the pile. 


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Wyandot. I added a copy pencil. 


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All of this was wrapped in 


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Bows peaks towering over the|with curious psychological ef-' out through a flare shoot. No- 
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the snow at the South Pole. 


the pole, you become) 
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ice and began to disappear over 
the horizon while its replace- 
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la two-hour wait, but came 
closer to eight 

Suddenly It was vaguely 
aware of movement behind me 
‘Turning quickly, | saw a half 
dozen killer whales about 100 
yards away along the edge of 
the ice rising silently for air. 
They came straight up, raising 
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RICHMOND, Feb. 25 # ’ vmret an 
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ong bine” the State of Virginis| omaate a ee 

bet : sibility of disease caused by 
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reported tonight in disclosing, 

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Virginians voted this month 
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Death Halted Wedding give Eisenhower at least the # 
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Harriet Slawson, 20, of Hast- (in his first run. | 
ings-on-Hudson, N. Y¥.,ewho | Answers to the poll questions 
was to have been married were returned to the Times- 
yesterday to Alexander Nero, Dispatch prior to the report by 
Georgetown University Den- Eisenhower's doctors the Presi- 
tal School student, killed in (dent was physically fit to serve 
the train wreck near Ft. |snother term. 
Meade. Yesterday also was | Other results of the poll, 
| Miss Slawson’s birthday. One which matched nine combina 
ie person remained in critical (tions of the three most-talked- 
Award wath was made by Del. Daniel condition after the crash of candidates in each party in 


WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, February 26, 1956 eae 


THE 
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D.G. Police Trial Boards 


A committee of the District* 
Bar Association is studying 
Metropolitan Police Trial — 
Boards and expects to recom- 
mend changes in the boards. 

Nathaniel Ely, committee 
chairman, said the boards have 
been both too lenient and too 
harsh on policemen appearing 
before them. 

Ely heads a standing commit- 
tee which serves as a panel’ 
from which civilian members| 
are drawn for the trial boards. | 

Ely said that after eight: 

ars experience on the panel, | 

believes Article 35 of the 
Police Manual, which deals 
with discipline, needs revision. 

Under the present set-up, 
adopted in 1948, there are two 

. kinds of trial boards. One con- 
sists of three police officers to)» = * * Teg ae 
hear cases involving infractions; — 3 Se | 
of police rules. ire os ee 

other board consists of # 

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By Frank R. Kent Jr. 
Staf Reporter 

ANNAPOLIS, Feb. 25—The 
beer bill foamed up in the 
House this afternoon and was 
poured into Gov. Theodore R. 
McKeldin's lap for final action 
on a 83-34 vote. 

The measure would bar the 
Canadian-owned Carling Brew- 
ing Company from building a 
plant in Mar}land. 

The last attempt to beat the 


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volving private citizens as com- Brewster (D-Balto. County). He which killed five. ‘trial heats: 
Baers ail bhidiad tas a| Harry M. Wynkeop of Purcell: _-offteedon pom nats then sg a | © Democrat Adlai Stevenson 

t is this second ty) ra ville was presented the dis- clude his county, admitting [his , 
that is under the scrutiny of the) tinguished Te award ef |woull make the entire bill un-/¢*P@ding the system now ap-would carry Virginia against: 
bar commjttee. Ely said the 4 ys ouaoun Junior Cham- | Constitutional. The House voted plicable only to servicemen. any prospective Republican 
committee has just “got its her of C he Sin om down his amendment 77-34. | The House Ways and Means nominee except Eisenhower. © 
teeth into” the study and ex-) 5F pram e# in pn ot | Delegate Perry O. Wilkinson) Committee killed a bill which' *If Stevenson and Eisen- 
pects no report for another six) nual meet "se . " |\(D-Prince Georges) and Blair .ouig have exempted the print-| hower are both eliminated, any 
weeks. | burg. Wynkoop, a Jaycee vice |Lee III (D-Mont.) opposed the! ing and sales of newspapers and| th wantion af , 

Members are studyinng po-| president, is Purcellville town (bill. Lee argued that the state periodicals from the retail sales| would he & ree on eee ns 
lice manuals and trial board recorder and a member of the (comptroller has power to re- is. © Indivi feel a didates You may ~~ : loggey Sree 
as tke maaey ‘sade of SS SS Ay gay Oe late Set up for final Senate pas-\rather than party labels count THeske : Trial if you wish, Or you 

vas : sage was a bill by Sen. Cole (R-| ‘ | on our Rental-Pur- 
justice. Ely said revision of olistic or irregular oe ,| Balto. 4th) and three others|dential elections. is dee te those Pion. No obligation what- 
ee -. The Del nee the on ieson|t2 Limit wire-tapping to cases|be expected with Eisenhower in| soever to buy. Phone or come in 
gee oe ..|(Boatwright a ed ore eres, io ferenn|in which court permission has|the picture, the Times-Dispateh| for full details. 

1. It will guarantee a police = said he could see no difference/ heen obtained in advance. | said adding that it seems to . 
officer his constitutional rights. . . between barring a brewingcom-| The House Ways and Me ans| hol d peed tn chelece emene éns- JORD AWN a 

3. will preecrite 8 method| F571] ] Hearing pany from coming into the| Committee approved an amend- didates of lesser stature 
of line to assure good or- ©  |State and barring a food store.| ment offered by Lee to the| © Fisenh ae Three Stores 
der within the department and He said he felt the bill was un-|canital improvement Dill, tolest suppe mth genta A — Corner 13th & G Ste, ST. 3.9400 
in the relations of police to the Is Canceled constitutional. provide $50,000 for acquisition | 35, while Stevenson scores his| 
community. | Delegate Warren Browning of land for a park on Seneca highest percentage from voters 

Recommendations of the bar i (D-Mont.) said a truckload of Creek in Montgomery County. |over 50 
committee will be presented to RICHMOND, Va., Feb. 25 WP beer had arrived at the state- : 
the District Commissioners and A public hearing on the CONM-|)ouse two days ago. He charged 
the Chief of Police. troversial Boatwright bill w&@S)pneer was so deep in some com- 

Ely declined to discuss spe called off today, indicating the! mittee rooms that “you could 
eifie cases, but he said that in| measure may be headed for & c+ your feet wet.” 
one case a policeman received Pigeonhole. | The entire Prince Georges 
a penalty from a trial board) The bill, sponsored by Del.\ delegation and all the Mont- 
that was greater than would John Boatwright of Bucking-|-omery delegation except Dele- 
have been assessed by a crimi-/ham, would prohibit Federal) ste Gilbert Gude, the lone Re- 
nal court. employes from serving OM) publican, voted against the bill. 

Ely said that the trial boards school boards. Similar legisla-\ The Republican floor leader was 
under study serve as “both tion has been introduced in the ane of the proponents of the 
prosecutor and investigator” as | bill. 
well as sitting in judgment. He! The ban would affect Arling-| The Senate adopted a meas- 
also questioned whether uni-/tom and Fairfax Counties andi ure simed at halting specula- 
formed officials of the Police the city of Falls Church, all of|tion in rights-of-way on pros 

nt should sit on a Which have Federal employes on) nective state roads. The bill is 
trial board of this type. ithe board and whose popula\an aftermath of alleged land 

He said under present pro-\tioms include many Federal speculation in Montgomery and 
eedure there is riot an orderly, Workers. \Prince Georges Counties. 
presentation of charges to an|, Del. Harry Davis of Princess) The Senate killed a bill spon- 
offiger. In some cases, the Anne, chairman of the House sored by Sen. H. Winship 
charges are drawn by the Cor- Education Committee, said)Wheatiey Jr. (D-Prince 
poration Counsel's office and in Tuesday's scheduled hearing on Georges) providing for a con- 
ethers by the clerk of the Po- ‘Me Boatwright bill had been’ stitutional amendment to 
lice Department, Ely said. called off because of a lengthy change the length of the Gen- 

House calendar for that day. eral Assembly session from the 
But the development came at present 90- and 30-day length 
7 “s AVE atime when an increasing num-|io 99 and 60 days. 
tate OveSs ber of legislators seemed to feel| The House gave tentative 
the Legislature should quietly| approval to a pair of bills 
T E d A turn away from any additional aimed at ending the Baltimore 
; Oo n rea action affecting Arlington. transit strike. 
The Moncure bill to abolish’ Drawn to authorize the state 
Bott! k Arlington’s elected school board |to seize public utilities whose 
enec - ‘is slated to come up for debate labor troubles cause break- 
Monday. The measure, offered downs in service, one of the 

Work will begin this week to 
alleviate three serious traffic 
bottlenecks in Northern Vir- 
ginia, C. W. Kestner, Virginia 
district highway engineer said 
yesterday. 

The largest of the projects Is 
the construction of a complete 


traffic interchange at Seven 
Corners. The other projects are 
the widening of Glebe rd. in Ar- 
lington to four lanes between 
Washington bivd. and Lee hwy. 
and the widening of Leesburg 


by Del. Frank Moncure of Staf-| bills is backed by Gov. McKel- 
ford, originated after the Arl-'din and the other by a group 
ington board announced plans of city delegates. Both provide 
to begin integration on an ex- for compulsory arbitration. 
perimental basis in lower grades’ In the Senate, another bill 
in September. Inspired by the transit strike 
The Arlington delegation bit-- was put off until Monday, It 
terly attacked the Moncure bill would pave the way for the 
but proposed a compromise—/Public Service Commission to 
accepted by the House Privi-| give franchises to bus com- 
leges and Elections Committee panies to compete with the 
—which would change the elec-| Baltimore Transit Co. 
tion method to one wherein | Enacted by the Senate was 
school members were appointed «@ bill establishing a system of 


Pike to four lanes at Baileys by the board of supervisors, ‘absentee voting for all voters, 
Crossroads. 

The $1,446803 contract for 
the Seven Corners interchange 
has been awarded to the Rea 
eo Co. of Charlotte, 

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The bids were opened Nov. 3. 
1955, but the award was held 
up by the State Highway Com- 
mission because of a complaint 
by another bidder. 

The firm was granted another 
delay of several weeks after 
the contract was awarded to 
ewait necessary steel shipments. | 
Kestner said the project should 
be completed in 18 months to 
two years. 

When completed, Arlington’ 
bivd. will be depressed in a) 
deep cut. Three bridges will! 
earry traffic from the other Sour 
roads, Route 7, Wilson bivd., 

ave. and Sleepy 
Hollow rd., over the cut. 

A $600,000 contract has been) 
awarded to the Hechler Bros.’ 
Construction Co., of Richmond, 
Va., for the Glebe road project. 
Glebe rd. will be widened to a 

several hundred feet 
south of Lee hwy. ia 

Under the contract Lee hwy. | 
will be widened at the intersec- 
tion with Glebe rd. and a right 
turn cutoff will be constructed. | 
Work should be completed by 


The heat 
next winter, Kestner said. ) jeep down through tissue bone 
won the $200,000 contract for ; circulation, ease tension, and help 


the widening of Route 7 at nape > 
Crossroads to "The Tl Cycloped—the result of ex- 
lumbia Pike will tensive research to develop an easy-to-use 
widened and a right turn cut-, bome unit combining beat with Niagara's 
off will be constructed on and 
off the pike. 
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from Annapolis on Route 2; 1/2 hours from Arlington and Alexandria; 1/2 hours from Balti- 

more—all on splendid first rate highways through magnificent country. 


AF YOUR INCOME IS FROM 

-§§,000 to *15,000 then this 

most certainly should be 
YOUR Club 


Because it was conceived—designed and 
planned expressly for persons of moderate 
means. 


, BUSINESS PEOPLE 

GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES 

MEMBERS OF THE ARMED FORCES 

Will find this Club ideally Svited to both 
their incomes and recreation needs. 


Your Membership Will Entitle You 
Without Any Added Charge—to 


© The Swimming Pool — Surf bathing 

® Fishing on Your own $30,000.90 pier 

® All indoor and outdoor dancing privileses 

® 8 Enclosed golf-driving nets oe Sage : 

© 2-18 Hole golf putting greens " 4 # ee a Bake, ee FE fn, anf ra é ‘ a yer et Pt a a | ' 
© 4 Championship tennis courts ee | ‘a | | + Me om boeeea : eos oe 
® Electrically lighted Shuffleboard Courts 
® Badminton and volleyball courts 

®@ Dressing rooms and individual lockers 

® Hundreds of beach umbrellas and chairs 
® Beautiful lawns — lounges and terraces 
© Ample parking on macadam parkway 

® Childrens playground — wading pool 


_..@_ Nursefy under trained personnel —__ sgn 


® Luxurious large screen television lounge and 
then comoare it with any other club—in THIS 
club you are part-owner as well as a member, 


® A Cuisine Equal to that of the Finest Hotels, 
but at Popular Prices. 


© Air-conditioned with Winter Heating All Year 
Around. 


the luxury of Miami Beach Coming to Chesapeake Bay 


° Chesapeake Shores compares with any recreation resort you’ve ever seen— 
or even heard of—and you can be one of the creators of this all-year-round 
resort which will be one of the real paradises of the nation! It will offer a 
cuisine equal to that of the finest hotels, but at popular prices and will be air- 
conditioned with winter heating. We invite you to join us: Your membership 
becomes part of your estate and, subject to conditions.in the by-laws, may 
be sold or transferred. We propose to incorporate into the club such features 


os 9 
Architects drawing ef |. 


Private! 
within 250 


The Board of Governors 


Mr. Semvel $. Bevard 
President, Sileer Hull Send 4&4 Greve Co 


Mr. James 


. Bland 
Member, Washington Suburban Saerttary Com mirrtos 


~ fie, A Preston. Perrie 


County Commissioner, Prince George's Cointy 


Mr. Jere Tempone, N.S.P.E. 


Eugineer, Export-Import Baak 
Mr. Milten L. Hy a © 
President, General Hea & Begtverring Co 
wy. Bevard 
: sident, Landover Send & Grarel Ce 
Mr. Alten P. Burgess 
lettrical Appliances @ Contractor 


Mr. Emile M. Croc! 
Proprietor, Kings Part Ine 


Mr. Ernest 8. Osti 


Home Butiding Contractor 
Mr. George $. Koonce 
Personnel tor, Prince George's County 
Mr. George Perey 
Caterer-Restaurant Owner 
Me. Clyde L. Smithson 
Services Administratios 
Mr. &. Thomas Loftus 
Staff Reporter. United States Senate 


. Mr. Harry A. Be 
Secretary *o the Board 


Sesscer and Powers 
Upper Marlboro, Maryland 


The Board of Governors Reserves 
the Right to Close the Subscription 
List at Any Time, 


. 


SAFETY OF SUBSCRIBED FUNDS 


All subscriptions will be ac and then deposited in 
an ESCROW ACCOUNT in the TRUST COMPANY 


as: 125 rooms, each with bath; a dining room to seat 1000; the magnificent 
“Calvert” Cocktail Lounge; a $30,000.00 fishing pier out in the Bay; 1000 
feet of protective nettle netting; beautiful lounges, terraces, lawns; ample 
parking facilities; children’s wading pool, playground and. nursery under 
trained supervision. 


lifetime owner-charter membershins now being offered! 
$3QO vies 20% Federe! tox—tore! $360 
THIS IS THE FULL COST—THE ONLY COST! 


There are no monthly or annual dues, no assessments. You 
become a part owner of the land, the buildings and of all 
the property of the Club. Membership embraces the entire 
family. 

4 


4 Convenient Payment Plans 
. 1. Cash with application. 
2. $120 with application; bal. 3 and 6 


3. $60 with application; bal. $60 


monthly for 5 months. 


4. $30 with application; balance 
$30 monthly for 11 months. 


: Ne Interest On Deferred Payments 


Use the plan you find most convenient. Then invest with safety (see 
"Safety of Subscribed Funds’ below). 


FORM 


MAIL TO: Chesapeake Shores Beach & Country Club. 


3937 Main St. Upper Marlboro, Maryland 
I wish to reserve Gne membership in the CHESAPEAKE SHORES BEACH & COUNTRY 


a 


8 Golf driv 
ivin 

Putting 9 nets 

See 19S? pro Gaed. 


~—Mariboro, Maryland and will remain untouched until suffi- 
cient subscriptions have been received to assure the success 
of the program at which time the Escrow will be released and 
construction commenced ... if for any reason the program 

should fail to go forward as planned the FULL AMOUNT 
SUBSCRIBED WILL BE REFUNDED. 


WITHOUT DEDUCTIONS OF ANY KIND. : 
Escrow account will be audited by EMANUEL & PEAR, Publie 
Accountants. . . 


- - INVEST WITH $AFETY 
a aa | 


and 


CLUB which will entitle me to part ownership in the land, in the buildings and in all the per- 


UBSCRIPTION 


sonal property of the Club... I wish to use plan No. and enclose check for initial pay- 
ment. I promise to pay the balance as set up for the plan chosen. I understand that if for 
any reason the program should fail to go forward as planned, all money subscribed by me 
is to be refunded WITHOUT DEDUCTION OF ANY KIND. This application is subject 
to approval by the Board of Governors. 


¢ 
7 


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THE WASHING? vu... «oon «J 11MES HeRALD 


Sunday, February 26, 1956 


TN A ER Re Ns 


John G. Webster Announces 


Sensational 


ISCOUNT 
GENERAL 


BOYCOTT—From Pg. I 


Mayor announced a “get4ough 


mprovement Assn. was formed, 
policy.” Said he: “I am tired 


I 
with King as president. The 


lonly standing room. The bus 
driver said the Negroes would 
have to vacate the third seats 
from the front, on each side of 
lthe aisle, to make way for the 
standing white passengers. The. 
three Negro. men stood and 
moved to the aisle. But Mrs. 
Parks refused. The bus driver 
said he would have to call 
police. 


| “Then just call them,” 


He did and two policemen'| 


took her to City Hall-where she 
‘spent a brief time in the lock- 
up before she was freed on $100 
bond, 

She had broken the law. 
Chapter 6 of the city code re- 
quires segregation of the races. 

Section 10 of Chapter 6 re- 


quires the bus company to pro-| 


said | 
‘Mrs. Parks. ' 


of pussyfooting around.” 

White employers of domes- 
tics were asked not to pick up 
their maids in their cars. 
grand jury met, seized records 
of the Montgomery Improve- 
ment Assn., indicted 99 persons, 
including King and Mrs. Parks, 
who, by this time had appealed 
her case after conviction in 
Recorder's Court (police court) 
and Circuit Court. 
| The leaders were charged 
/with violating Title 14, Section 
(54 of the state code which 
;}makes it illegal for “two or 
‘more persons who, without just 
cause or legal excuse ... (to) 
enter into any combination, 
‘conspiracy... for the purpose 
of hindering, delaying or pre- 
the discourtesy shown US iventing any other persons, 
now,” said King. firms, corporations or associa- 

The unsuccessful negotiations tion of persons from carrying 


leaders asked Negroes to stay 
off the buses until de- 
mands were met: 

® More courtesy from the 
bus drivers. “They call us 
‘black cows’ and “black apes’ 
\. sometimes,” said King. “Of- 
ten, they make us get on the 
bus by the back door.” 

®A first-come, first-serve 
bus segregation policy, with 
Negroes filling up seats from 
the back, white passengers 
filling seats from the front. 
“That is the way it is done 
in Mobile, Huntsville and At- 
lanta.” said King, “and that 
is all we want.” 

® Negro bus drivers on pre- 
dominantly Negro routes. 
“This would help overcome 


’ 


Al 


: 
: 
: 


drivers was guaranteed, with 
periodic inspections by Negro 
and white “check riders.” 

® The first 10 seats in the 
buses would be reserved for 
white passengers, the rear 10 
to Negfoes, the middle 16 
seats would be on a first- 
come, first-served basis, with 
the Negroes fillifg from the 
rear, the whites from the 
front. Whenever it was prob- 
able that no more white pas- 
sengers would board a bus, 


_ the driver could assign seats 


as required. Special all-Negro 
and all-White busses would 
be used during rush hours. 

® All passengers would 
enter the front door. Negroes 
would not be required to 
enter the rear door. 

® The City Commissioners 
would assure the Negroes of 
no retaliation for the boy- 
cott 

The Negroes turned it down. 


Negroes’ ‘Organ ized Protest’ Proves E {fective 


The Ne did not use their|stand by their orignial pro! 


car . They walked. In Cir- 

eult Court, the indicted leaders,|>s* Sithough they indicated 
quietly, and many with smiles they would not insist on Negro 
pleaded not guilty to the boy- bus drivers for predominantly 
cott charges before Judge Eu- Negro routes. 

gene Carter. | NAACP, which declared, it 

Trials were set for the week! was not in the picture from the 
beginning March 19. | start, has now come in to assist 

The Negroes then walked a in the legal aspects. 
jfew blocks to the Dexter; Montgomery residents go 
Avenue Baptist Church, at the about their everyday tasks as 
foot of the beautiful State usual. The State, the South and 
Capitol Plaza. the Nation are watching. 

King led them in prayer for 
guidance “to save us from the 
| paralysis of crippling fears.” A 
soft-spoken man, he led them 
‘im their theme song, set to the 
imusic of “Old Time Religion:” 

“We are moving on to victory, 
| We are moving on to victory, we 
\are moving on to victory, with 
hope and dignity. 
|. “We shall all stand together, 
'we shall all stand together, we 
shall all stand together, ’til every 


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TOES 96 we rere or ee 


driver to assign 
the races are separavweno. poe 
‘permit the driver 4o assign 
Negro nursemaids, who are in 
charge of white children, to 
seats among white passengers). 

Section il gives the bus 
driver the powers of a police 
officer in carrying out the bus 
segregation law and makes it il-| 
legal for the passengers to re’ 
fuse to obey the driver's seat 
‘assignment. | 


Southern cities, there 
buses. It is up to the bus 
driver's discretion. For example, 
buses going out to a well-to-do 


to the front with Negroes who 
work as domestics. On the re- 
turn trip downtown, the bus is 
filled to the rear with white 
passengers on their way 
work. 


most galling objection of all to 
the Negroes: Having 
‘boarded the bus and obtained 


\a seat with other Negroes, they) 


some times are forced to give 
ithe seat up to late-boarding 
white passengers. 


irespected and active in church 
jwork. She is a member of the 


National Association for the Ad- concerned. 


‘vancement of Colored People.) 
an organization feared and 


—Friday, Dec. 2, leaflets were) 
circulated among Montgomery's 
Negroes, protesting the action 
‘as “unjust.” 

| “The reaction spread like 
‘wiidfire,” said the Rev. Martin 
iLuther King Jr., 


In Montgomery, and many) 
is no) 
definite segregation line in the! 


section in the morning are filled) 


“ion Human Relations and the 
Montgomery Improvement As- 
This practice leads to the) .ocjation. At least nine meet- 


once, 


ithe Negro community, highly’ 


white persons to believe Mrs.| six months’ hard labor. The law 


Parks was a “plant’—that is, was passed in 1921 and grew them anymore,” said Mayor, 
“As far as the Commis- 


in various cases|Siomers are concerned, we've! 


‘since: many times in labor dis-| offered everything we can with- 
We will just have 


she boarded the bus with the) out of a labor boycott. 
intention of causing an incident! been used 
and the test case. 


“I had nothing further from?putes.and once by an insurance '" the law. | 
my mind,” said Mrs. Parks.;\company to stop scandalous af a wait-and-see attitude. 


“That just isn't true.” rumors. 


She added: “I have been 


asked-te move-before, but this' of that it bas been used in_ra-|? 


time I just didn’t.” , cial cases,” said William Thet- 
Said Mayor Gayle: “I could|ford, Circuit Court Solicitor 
not say if it was a put-up job or|(prosecuting attorney). 
not. But this boycott was; Negroes claim 95 per cent of 
mighty well organized mighty|the bus company’s Negro pas- 
quickly.” isengers no longer ride the 
The negotiations involved the buses. They say it @osts the 
City Commissioners (council- company an 
men), the Chamber of Com-! 
merce, the bus company, the! 
Men of Montgomery—an organ- This. figure appears high, al 


nessmen, the Alabama Council 


ings were held, but to no avail,|cTe#se im fare—from 10 cents 


The negotiations did not al- 
ways run smoothly. An out- 
growth was the suit filed in S*™ 
Federal court here which asked | Reliable sources indicate the 
that Alabama racial segrega-|CO™Pany'’s total business is off 
‘tion laws be declared unconsti-|#>0ut 60 per cent. That would 


take care of the loss in passen- 


Improvement Association revenue of $972,350, a daily loss 
stuck to its original proposals Of $1560. Mayor Gayle admits 
so far as the bus boycott was it runs into “several hundred 
dollars.” 


Meanwhile, the Negroes had 


bg po Bh -anged, ‘ith which the Ne-) 7 | 
gten-* Spend Ad ey trem ~$100- to -$1008 and up to Said King. 


It has Gayle. 


“But it’s the first ti . Negroes,” he said. 
oe eee Eee utside agitators behind this 


thing. Mere in Montgomery, 


’ 


' 


“There's no use to meet wit 


hese. are not our old 


we have had very fine relations 
between the races. But we are 
not going to have completely 
integrated buses.” 


The Negroes continued to 


walk and ride in the car pools. 
On Thursday, the day before 


average of $3200 @ the arraignment of the leaders 


h| way, Gov. James E. Folsom 


\was conferring with Alabama 
newspaper publishers. He pro- 

a 25-member bi-racial 
commission to study ways of 
easing racial tensions and im- 
proving race relations in the 
\state. They discussed the case 


“There are of Autherine Lucy, 26-year-old 


| Negro, who was driven away 
| from the University of Alabama 
campus at Tuscaloosa by a mob 
‘early this month. 

“Any one with any sense,” 
| sald Folsom later, “knows that 
Negro children and white chil- 
| dren are not going to school to 
gether in Alabama any time’in 
‘the near future ... in fact, not 


ion boycott charges, several in a long time.” 


theueh the. be . do. |rousand Negroes attended a 9. . 
« s company ‘mass meeting and pledged to|tioned, but the statement is ap-| 
ization of 37 prominent busi iclines to talk about it, other continue oy read -y : 
‘than to say the boycott is 75'warned against any violence,| uation. 
per cent effective. It also ad-\acked a pledge for “passive re-|\reached on the boycott is this 
mits a recent 50 per cent in-| sistance.” 


Friday was “double P-Day— 


to 15 cents—was not enough to| Prayer and Pilgrimage Day.”| 


Spellman Wins 


| Mrs. Parks is well known in tutional. But the Montgomery | ™ean, based on last year’s gross ,arver A ward 


For Racial Aid 


NEW 


to use some sort of transporta-jreceipts taxes runs about $52 moriai Institute's gold award 


‘hated by many Southern whites.|tion. At first, they used Negro-|a day. 
The day following her arrest’ 


driven taxicabs, paying the reg-' 
ular 10cent bus fare. The city'not affected other usiness 
ruled the taxis must charge Montgomery enjoyed its great- 
taxi rates. jest Christmas buying 

Then came the car pool. More during the boycott. “But 
than 300 cars joined in it. Forty-| bound to hurt in the long run,” 
six pickup and dispatch sta-'said Gayle. The bus company 


Negro pastor of the Dexter Ave-|rode free, made contributions for 10 years. 


‘nue Baptist Church and an ac-| to their churches, which in turn 
\donated funds for gas and oil| wil} not acknowledge it is a 


itive NAACP member. 

| A mass meeting was held 
that Friday night. A second 
meeting on .Monday night in 
ithe Holt Street Baptist Church 
was attended by an estimated 
|5000 persons. The Montgomery 


The boycott—the Negroes 


| to the car pool drivers. This got) boycott but only a “protest”— 

around the law which would | reached a high pitch this week 

have made the cars taxicabs if| in Montgomery. 

the passengers paid the drivers; On Monday, Mayor Gayle and 

directly. the city made their final offer: 
The system was hurting. The © Courtesy of the bus 


: 


for 1955 was presented to Fran- 


Apparently, the boycott has'cig Cardinal Spellman yester- 
day for his “outstanding contri- 


bution to the betterment of 


spree race relations and human wel- 
it's fare.” 


The presentation was made 
at a luncheon in the Waldorf- 


27-year-old tions were set up. The Negroes recently renewed its franchise Astoria Hotel by Sen. John F. 


Kennedy (D-Mass.), who re- 
marked that while Americans 
in the North “point the finger 
at the South, we should not be 
satisfied with our own record” 
when it comes to segregation 
in housing and other forms “not 
sanctioned by law but by un- 
derstanding.” 


NOES YORK Feb. 25—The) 
The loss to the city in gross George Washington Carver Me- 


The boycott was not men- 


Kin g/plicable to the Montgomery sit-| 


Behind the impasse 

: One of a great 

mrt a Sore pe by Montgomery new Gremetie earles 
“The city must hold the line 

on the bus segregation ques- 

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‘will weaken the state’s entire 


traditionally segregated way of 
life.” ; 


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|) SE Be : | —— - gi om | THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERALD © 
Virginia Argues Not Upbringing _ 4 as aoe 2 pee ges * Sede: Voboeids Oe. Si 115. 
Miss Luc we i. : anes t | 
State Park Case y Webster Announces 


. : 
Chided by F 
Na agg een. Feb. anos peals for the Fourth Circuit, the) ’ ci |. . 
-ginia filed arguments.in an_ap-| Associated Press reported. |. ie . = . ee | . et Re. . 
peal late yesterday contending! Attorney General J. Lindsay arents | ; . ws 
| | 


that acts of lessees of Govern- 4) 4 Jr. in filing the argu 
" ji-| Almon ; ‘ 
ment-owned recreation facili By Arthur Capell 


ties do not fall under the juris-/ments, contended that “the i a uy 
diction of the 14th amendment.| District Court has no authority SELMA, Ala, Feb. 25 @) © | 2a 4 
A civil suit was started in'to limit the actions of a future Milton and Minnie Lucy, 60. "em yh. Oe ee 
1951 by four Negroes in the' lessee.” He asserted the injunc-|....514 Negro couple, told this I: : ‘= re Sia 
Norfolk-Portsmouth area who tion was “unwarranted” and~ ’ : Sun | a i —— 
charged they had been barred “based on mere conjecture, "eporter the fight of their ee é Sele a : o 


from the Seashore State Park speculation and hypotheticalidaughter, Autherine, to attend 


lr mgrsony of rights guaran-'threats.” ' the University of Alabama vio- 3 | 1 4 7 
teed in the 14th amendment of| State operation of its nine)j;,:64 ! 4. ee « ' , hes 
A ever principle of her 18 Poe dae | | ek eg 
the Constitution sparks was placed in doubt by . + P o “ | 9a * Rie te 
Attorneys for the complain- the Fourth Circuit opinion that Ye@ts ‘raining at nome, yy are? PY ges ow 
ants obtained an injunction government operated recre- “We raised 10 head of ehil- ne Ad (eet 
against the leasing of the park ation facilities could not be dren, nine of them still living,” ; 5 ra ‘ 
after the Department of Con- sectregated M “ ' . , , 
Milton said, “and every one of , 
servation and Development an- The decision will be watched , ' , ht t a! their upmemnaiab ines tain @SS fee 
them was taug oO stay | Selma, Ala., farmer Milton Lucy and his wife, Minnie, both 


nounced plans to lease it to a closely because of possible ap- 
private corporation. lication to leasing of ‘state distance from white agent erg 69, ponder the bitter controversy stemming from the enroll-° 
The state's appeal will be schools to private corporations to give them all their respect. ment of their daughter, Autherine, at the University of Ala- 


argued here March 31 before as provided under the Gray . : ; ” 
the United States Court of Ap- Commission plan. if Autherine RES CHARGER from) bama. “What she’s doing now, she didn’t learn at home,” | 
cnn cues this, she didn'teget her new jsucy commented. “All of our sons and daughters were | : 7 
ideas from home.” taught to leave white folks alone,” he added. | 
Autherine Lecy, %. was. a) ———————— 1 | 
mitted to the all-white Univer- ' | : 
< = sity of Alabama at -~- he a PRE of Talladega College, / comment from her on an inter- 
‘ 


Save every day Ala., Feb. 1 by Federal court| where Autherine Lucy has been|view with her parents. Arthur 
order. She is asking the same), guest since Feb. 14, today de-|D. Shores, her attorney at Birm-| 


the Jug Milk Way ee EY onal on Gee hae clined to convey a request for'ingham, also declined.) | , i 


back after her exclusion Feb. 6 —— _ on >, e, ‘pw , 
by the university trustees as a ai Fi. : = 
safety measure, following dem- iin. an 
onstrations | ¥ 2 | inca 


“I've been studying and study- - 


ing over all of it,” Milton Lucy’! 


said. “And I can't figure how Ve ’ a id= ‘ 
or why it hit her to strike the ie, re 
match on this thing. eq (J ) 

“Why, I keep asking myself,| ace _ {| ae —_ 
out of all the colored folks in! ey I ip 
Alabama, did this have to fall! a | Q 


~ os = — Pe ee 
to my baby daughter's lot? yo ~~ 


—-. 4 ” ; 
Lucy said he was in Birming- - % . = 
5 . ° ham, where Autherine now| Mie : | —— 
we e " 2 wing lives, “when all that egg-throw-' Ba ®& x 
ing took place.” ) , 
“I told her,” he said, “I'd pre-| @ 
fer you going somewhere else! i 
and not going through all the 
danger of staying up there. If 
it can’t come to be agreeable, 


wood . SALE ENDS SOON 
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chairman.but it is expected to,local manager for the North- 
be Sen. Albert Gore (D-Tenn.).\western Bell Co., was or 
Johnson's statement came) dered to produce all toll tickets, | | 
just 24 hours yer he disclosed|records or other documents 
that Senate leaders in both pertaining to calls made to rian of Congress. today w . 
parties are trying to draft a|Washington from the Sioux United Press nounced mgs fon wen Sige 9 ‘oe burg. aa 
new elections law in time for | Falis Argus-Leader or the home’ The Government is gearing| 1956 Boston, A distinguished Boston liter; 
“TRep. Wilbur Mills (D-Ark)| business manager, between dan|(cr,* *ubecantial rise in wage Arte Festival aos ta the. year with naan 
was expected to introduce in the|13 and 28. Kahler recently ap-"°¥F Jaw enforcement prob-|” The twotind time, to ond eg Pad ace 
House this week a bill to permit| peared before the committee|!ems when the Federal mini-| Pulitzer Prize written work,” explains it hopes 
— - ~ omg pm aed au brs a grand jury gh te me . Baca mum wage law/| winner will re- to revive an ancient custom 
cal contributions of up to $100— the Case incident. Kahler re- goes up to $1/ ceive the award which in the past has produced 
a plan advocated by Sen. John- ceived the contribution which ‘an hour next| during the fifth such a masterpiece as Ralph 
son. Mills is a high-ranking Sen. Case later rejected. Thursday. annual festival Waldo Emerson's “Concord 
Hymn.” 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERA 
25-Cent Hike | A 16 Sunday, February 26, 1956 kis 


‘aad pas MacLeish Named Winner 
oes to 9! 10£ $500 Poetry Award 


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By Matreén Gothlin bald MacLeish, former Libra-|Robert Frost and Carl Sand- 


PRIMARY—rei ©! 


Contests Brew 


In D.C. Primary 


“question relating to the conduct 
of” party affairs and are await- 
movie shorts, loudspeaker 


pleas, and a barrage balloon| " # formal board ruling. 
trailing a “Register Now”) Battle @uilding 

streamer. The emphasis will! Republicans aren't talking 
be on getting voters registered | spout their fight. But —_- te 
at neighborhood booths which viiding between McLaughlin 


will be set up at 24 points from |.ng the local party organiza 
March 14 to 17 and on April 9).;,, party org 


str2- 
and 10. The central registr District Republican affairs| 


the city with posters, handbills, 
radio and television broadcasts, 


; 4 
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tion office a Aguas Build- are run by an 86-member State member of the Ways and Means' {it was also reported from | The 25-cent|June 9 through 

ing is open daily. ‘Central Committee firmly con- oar ens ee i taatnat Pierre, the state capital, that, a is ex-| 24. Ps ges = isliasemntiiascsaciia 

Funds Piedged ‘trolled by the group which sent! McLaughlin e exemption for poltical)/Geraldine Ostroot, South Da-| Tae E pected te meaniconditiens of (4 qs 
District Democratic and Re-/2 Taft delegation to the 1952) —— i sinneniaceegelaeernd contributions has been urged to kota's Secretary of State, had) "ie wage hikesithe award, MacLeish ne apd 

pinttict Democriecs cae niconvention—when the - Com {n‘polities tnd ‘reduce the im-|the George committee a cert UMMM 13. ‘cents’ an|present a “new poem on the! S71 Depo. SLeEp 

: mittee itself selected dele. ? in politics and reduce the im-\the George committee a certi- a oer’ Gilde at ee eee nl e 

pledged are ee ee gates. ee Se ee atten, [portance of large gifts from a\fed copy of all campaign con-|_ ) hour for 2.1/ occasion of the festival,” and Gee. 

pr ws cor ger ye ne aaah of| McLaughlin, leader of the emoci c an } few sources. ‘tributions made to the Repub- kan iq ™! llion un-| will read selections from his . ‘ TONIG HT! 

jointly wi oN the JCC tenta.|=isenhower forces here before | Parties. [Sen. Karl E. Mundt (R-S.D.)'lican State Central Committee | Brown #*illed and/oqwn works. ; 

the tab which the « ‘the convention, is not a com-| In other actions, the -Federa-/meanwhile put forward a planisince 1940.) comms ~ _ Shalted| tue award, which carties s NEW continuous action 


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tively set at $2500. An offer of 
the Advertising Council to help) 
with such a publicity campaign) 
had gone begging for a month 
until the JCC offered to do the 
legwork. 

The publicity drive was urged 
by party leaders because as of 
Friday only -3100 persons had 
registered out of an eligible 
potential estimated. at up to 
nearly half a million. 

Brewing election fights 
stiould be the biggest stimulus 
to registration. 

Both local parties will elect 
delegates to the presidential 
conventions, national commit- 
teeman and committecwoman 
and part or all of their local 
party committee members. 

Democratic picture 
clearer at the moment, partly 
because they have two avowed 
presidential candidates, while, 
the Republicans still aren't 
eertain who they will have. 

Local Democrats are virtually 
assured a chance to express a 
preference for Kefauver or 
Stevenson even though their 
names will not be placed on 
the ballot. A Donohue-Hildreth 
fight would provide such a 
choice. If that does not develop, 
Kefauver and Stevenson groups 
are almost certain to file rival 


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slates of pledged convention asked if he was interested in} 3° 


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delegates. 
Kefauver Slate 


The District Kefauver For) 
President Club will meet at 2 
p. m. today in the Fairfax Room | 
of the Willard Hotel to draft, 
euch a slate. J. C. Turner, pres-| 
ident of the District Stevenson 
for President Club, said he was: 
sure Stevenson supporters will 
do the same. | 

Hildreth, elder statesman of! 
D Democrats, announced 
last, fall thet for reasons of 
health he would not seek an- 
other four-year term. as na- 
tional committeeman. Donohue. 
end Turner both indicated they! 
were available. Some local 
4 leaders have urged 

lildreth to change his mind 
and rin sgl to” 
split ) 

The idea of running again is: 
“very appealing” to Hildreth. 
But he has been fll and at 66) 
thinks four more years of com- 
mitiee meetings is a long time. 
He éaid his decision will depend 
on bis next medical report, due 
In about a week. 

Contest No Barrier 

The prospect of a contest 
with Donohue would not dis- 
suede him from running, Hil- 
dreth said. | 
competition will 


stimulate interested in the elec- wij] be held throughout the'| 
tion, I respect Jiggs Donohue city the next month to spur 
very much. After all, I nomi- registration for the District pri- 
nated him for National Chair- mary on May 1, the Federation! 


man in New Orleans last year. 
I am wholeheartedly for Steven- 
son.” 

Turner said he will not run 
for ‘the national committee in 
any event. 

Katie Louchheim. director of 
women's activities for the Dem- 
ocratic National Comittee, is 
expected to run for the national 
committeewoman's job which 
Mrs, J. Borden Harriman is ziv- 
ing up. Mrs. Louchheim said 
yesterday she was “very much 
interested” but hadn't made up 
her mind. 

Democrats also will elect their 
278-member local committee 
They have asked the Board of 
Elegtions for permission to put 
| ions on the ballot asking 


ewell Ellison, chairman of 
the Board of Elections, has held 
the election law does not permit 
voters to declare their presi- 
denfial preference. Democrats 
havp tried to work in presiden- 
tial’ preference as a permissible 


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mittee member. No love is lost! 
between him and Hart. | 
Hart's Committee plans to) 
back a slate of candidates for '| 
the May 1 primary. A five-mem-' 
ber nominating committee will | 
draw up a slate soon for ap- 
proval by the State Central 
Committee 
This has been viewed by some 
as a move to freeze out candi- 
dates like McLaughlin who 
don't stand high with the Com- 
mittee. Anyone could run, but 
active backing by the Commit- 
tee would give its slate a big 
head start on the field 
McLaughlin has not yet an- 
nounced he is a candidate for 
anything, and the committee 
has not yet said it will not back 
him. But it seems virtually cer- 
tain that he will, and it won't. 
These facts are known: 
® Republican Committee lead- 
ers have asked Samuel Spencer, | 


| president of the Board of Com- 


missioners and, like MclLaugh- 
lin, an early Eisenhower backer, 
if he wants to be considered for 
convention delegate on the com- 
mittee slate. No one has asked 
McLaughlin that 

® One person who seems cer- 
tain of a spot on the committee 
slate reported that he had been) 


going on an opposition sigte| 


lwith McLaughlin. A party lead-| 


er added: “You can be sure he 
(McLaughlin) isn't going to be 
on our slate.” 


Should McLaughlin Ran 


If McLaughlin runs, he pre- 
sumably would be a candidate 
for either convention delegate 
or State Central Committee or 
both. | 

Clyde D. Garrett and Mrs 
Howard A. Coffin are expected 
to run unopposed for reelection 
as Republican national com- 
mitteeman and committee 
woman 

Republicans will elect 25 
State Central Committee mem- 


, under which he said an “honest id that, WOrkers in interstate commerce, 
tion also announced that it Is | elections” bill might indirectly no mare eestnes an | half of them in the Southern 
indorsing David S. Karrick &8!cover\primaries. His proposal|<ome records and information |States. Twenty-two million other 
Samuel Spencer's successor on| would require candidates to file|which bear on Neff’s gift of|Workers, also covered by the 
the District Board of Commis-|in Washington duplicates of|s9500 to the Nebraska State|/Fair Labor Standards Act, al- 
openers their accounting of contribu-|\GOP Committee. Ne made that|Te@dy earn a dollar an hour or 
tions and expenses as required | gift, and tried unsuccessfully to; ™°re- ‘ 
by state laws.] ‘make another, after learning) The enforcement problem is) 
bfter geome acon ne lobby: that Nebraska's two Republican 
ing and campaign spending fol-| Senators were not interested in! wo. ; 
O FI S; ie | lowed Case's disclosure that's5000 which he had been gurl nanteneut oirendy has cited S28 
Ju 0cs SAVCT an oil company attorney,|thorized by the interests con-|men to his field investigating 
John M. Neff, Nebraska\Jobby-|trolling Superior to give them staff of 475 and is setting wu 
. , p 
MONROE, Mich. Feb. 25 ist for Superior Oi! Co.\Los| George had previously an- 27 new permanent field offices 
(INS)—Monrpe County sheriff's Angeles, had left a $2500 con- nounced that the Tuesday hear-'for g total of 68. 
efficere and valiateere bettied tribution for his campaign after ing will feature more testimony | Last year Brown's office in- 
. seeking out Case's views on the by Neff, Elmer Patman, the vestigated 39,330 payrools. Vio- 
high winds and a blinding snow natural gas bill. Superior Oil Co. attorney wholistions were found in 19.305 of 
storm today to rescue 70 ice’ The special four-man com- hired Neff, and perhaps How-| them. Guilty employers had to 
fishermen trapped on ice floes mittee, formed to look into the}ard B. Keck, Superior president! nay $12,151,077 in back wages 
in Lake Erie. Case incident, yesterday called| whose “personal” funds were |to 128 754 workers. 
Sheriff's efficere and mau: Neff's Lexingtos (Neb. law/the source of the money reject-| Since the greatest impact of 
‘ : partner for testimony. The'ed by Case, the increase will hit the South. 
bers of the Frenchtown volun-/ group sent a subpena to Paul J.) enforcement staff expansion 
teer fire department comman-/ Gerdes to testify Tuesday when will be proportionately greater. 
deered six small outboard|Chairman Walter F. George (D- there, Brown said. The Labor 
motor boats to save 50 fisher-|Ga.) hopes to wind up the com-| Department estimates that 
men at. Sterling State Park,’ mittee’s hearings president of the National Edu-| about one out of every four fac 
north of Monroe. (The Associated Press re-cational Association, \J. Lester'tory workers in the South 
Three other officers used ported that Robert J. Brisson, Buford. told*a teachers’ meet-\earns less than $1 an hour. In 
small boats to help bring 20 a Sioux Falls, S. D., telephonejing: “Change that hair-dd once! the Northeast the ratio is ane 
fishermen te shore at Bolles company official was subpenaed in a while; I want our teachers! out of 124%. in the Midwest one 
Harbor, 5 miles south of Mon- yesterday to appear before to look pretty. 1 wish I coult.”! out of 25. and in the Far West 
roe, i\George’s committee. Brisson, Buford is bald. jone out of 55%. | 


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cash prize of $500, is sponsored 
by the Boston publishing house 
of Houghton, Mifflin Co. It is 
granted to an American poet 
for “continuous meritorious 
contribution to the art of 
poetry” or for “a recent distin- 
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Tentatively set for March 9 
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around 1000 persons will attend 
each rally, said Leslie S. Perry, 
Federation secretary. 

To sponsor the rallies, the 
Federation's 34 member groups 
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contiguous associations, he ex 
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“Our efforts to get a home 
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se 7 seo #5 © Dying Twins’ Parents Say 


bers of the Volunteer Services. 


1 taf’ dared ietvack |“ hey Belong to the Lord’ 


ington by synagogues on March 

7 and 18 Arrangements are’ ; 

Participation Committee com-.25 @—The young parents of 

— of the Fae be ye F. jevkemia-stricken twin girls 

ere ag My Right Rev. Philip were resigned to the death of 

M. Hannan, Chancellor, Arch-| their only children. 

diocese of Washington, and) Mr. and Mrs. John Van Lopik 

ss Das cgay Adas | said, “They belong to the Lord.” 

"The Bed crnen a back to | One of the 2-year-old girls, 

last year as the year of its Eileen Sue, is in an oxygen tent. 
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nearly 500,000 Americans. In ™ent OES 

bringing relief. the Red Cross We didn't expect her to last 

came perilously close to ex- ‘His long” they said. 

hausting its resources Her identical twin, Kathleen 
To help fll that dollar hole, J°. Played in a twin bed near 

#2000 volunteers have come Det sister, unaware of the al- 

forward to guide and make col- most certain death‘which awaits 

lections in the Washington her also 

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dential, $127,500: city (down- in the same family are stricken 
town buildings and small busi- with leukemia. Medical records 
nesses), $92,629: special events, show only two cases in which 
$7087: Alexandria, $40,321: Ar-‘identical twins died of the 
lington, $45,770: Fairfax Coun- dread blood disease 

ty, $41,955; Montgomery, $67; Eileem Sue was stricken last 


564; Prince Georges, $35,962;| November, shortly before her’ 


and Prince William, $4359. 


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second birthday. Doctors con- 


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SALE ENDS SOON 
S. Kann Sons Co. 
Weshiagten, D. C. re, Ve 


- THE HECHT CO. 


Washington, Silver Spring & PARKington 


13.95 Chrome Cage Is 
Completely Furnished 


Large and roomy—the way 
your pet likes it!) Furnished 
with perches, swing, feed cups, 
glass seed guards. 

Stand to match, hammerstone 
finish 5.89 


Bred from talking 
stock — these easy- 
to - teach exotic 
birds. Guaranteed 
to talk within 6 
months or we'll ex- 
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, Call NA, 8-5100 Anytime te Order! 
Pet Shop, Street Floor, Washington 
& PARKington; sth Floor, Silver Spring 


Hecht to Double 
Opens Drive Garage Capacity 


A 750-car addition to its park-ja gradual 5 per cent grade, 
ing garage will be built. this|Davidow said. 
ond Coy ee a ane to be 20 cents the first hour 
-LPresident--Harry- M.. Davidow,404 30 cents for each additional | 


Abbott. Merkt & Co. Architects 
Existing garage is at left. 


Parking rates 


\30 minutes. 


scheduled for fall. Estimated 
cost is $1,250,000. Architect is 
Abbott, Merkt & Co. of New 
York City. 

Davidow said Hecht's was the 
first in Washington to provide 
customer parking facilities. The 
garage, he said, is the first of 
many expansion projects to be 
announced during the store's 
60th anniversary this year. 


a en eng ee ee 


firmed ofily last Monday that 
‘her sister also had leukemia. 
The Van Lopiks, both 25, are 
of Dutch extraction and belong 
to the Christian Reformed 
|Chureh. They have main- 
tained a constant vigil over 
their daughters since Kathleen 
\Jo joined her sister in the hos- 
pital. 
| “This is the Lord's will,” said 
Van Lopik, production manager 
of a furniture store. “He is the 
i\Shepherd and our daughters 
really belong to Him.” 


U. N. Parley 
Meets Today 
At Shoreham : 


Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt 
and Harold Stassen, Presiden- 
tial Adviser on Disarmament,’ 


will be among the nationally 
prominent 
speakers at a 
three-day con- 
' ference on the 
United Nations 
which convenes 
today at the 
Shoreham 
Hotel. 

They will ad- 
dress the sixth 
annual Con 
ference of 
Organiza- 

tions sponsored by the Amer- 
ican Association for the United 
Nations, which wil! be attended 


from over 9) national organiza- 
tions. 

At the opening session today, 
the keynote speaker will --be | 
Rep. Brooks Hays (D-Ark). 
member of the House Commit 
tee on Foreign Affairs. Other 
‘Speakers at the conference. 
\which meets from 2:30 to 10 
Pp m., inelude Chairman 
‘Kenneth Thompson of the 
\Rockefeller Foundation. and 
Stephen Raushenbush. former 
\U. N. resources consultant 

Stassen will share the plat 
form with Sen. Hubert Hum- 
phrey (D-Minn.) at a luncheon 
meeting Monday. Among the 
speakers will be Norman 
Cousins, editor of The Saturday 
Review, and Roger Baldwin. 
civil liberties authority. 

After plenary sessions Tues- 
day morning, Mrs. Roosevelt 
will speak at the closing lunch- 
eon. Rep. Chester Merrow (R.- 
N. H.) also will speak. 

Luncheon tickets are avail- 
able to the public at the asso- 
ciation’s office at 1420 New 
York ave. nw. 


7 : 
Deadline Set | 
eye . . 

On Filing Claims 

American ecitizens holding 
claims against Russia for losses 
arising prior to Nov. 16, 1933. 
must file with the Foreign, 
Claims Settlement Commission 
here before March 31. 

The Commission said yester- 
day that any statement in writ- 
ing, mailed to the Foreign 
Claims Settlement Commission, 
Washington 25, D. C., on or be- 
fore March 31, 1956, wherein! 
the claimant expresses his in- 
tention to file a claim, may be, 


sufficient to protect his rights. 

The claims were authorized 
by the 1955 amendment to the, 
1949 International Claims Set- 


tlement Act. ) 
-| 


; 


Father Dies in Fire 
LONG VALLEY, N. J., Feb. 


25 —A father of two died to-, 
day trying to escape from a fire 
oe swept through his home 


ge 

Charles C. Messler, 33, of 
Main rd., Long Valley, was 
found suffocated.. His wife, 
Mary, 31, and two John, 8, | 
and Charles, 6, saoaphd. ; 


s 


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_at KANN’S 


Washington 


50-Ibs: of “ALL” 
10.95 


Save on 50-lbs of “ALL” 
detergent for automa- 
tic washers. Removes 
ground-in dirt, yet it’s 
safe enough for fine 
things. 


80 ibs. 5-10-5 
2.50 


A well-balanced fertili- 
zer when mixed with 
soil will help produce 
fine lawns and gardens 


Underbed Chest 
6.98 


Sturdy aluminized steel 
chest for storage of 
-blankets, linens, cloth- 
ing. 40x18x7%" size 
with lock and key. 


5.98 Door Mirror 
4.44 


Pittsburgh glass mIr- 
rors to hang on door or 
wall, 14x54" size with 
plastic clips and screws 
for hanging. 


by delegates and obseryers 5. 


13.95 
Ironing Tables 


Mary Proctor adjusta- 
ble ironing table with 
wheels. Adjusts from 
24” to 36° for stand-up 
or sit-down ironing. 
Plenty of knee room. 


5.98 Laundry Cart 
3.98 


Falco falding ltaundry 
cart has tubular steel 
frame on easy rolling 
casters. Washable ny- 
lon liner. 


26.95 
Base Cabinet 


18.88 


Range height with. 
stainless porcelain 
top 20x24”. Metal bread 
drawer, 2 utility draw- 
rs, storage space. 
White enamel! finish. 
No Parcel Post De 
liveries, : 


Arlington 


Indoor Dryer 
4.98 


Falco indoor dryer with 
staggered rungs to 
speed drying. Lifetime 
aluminum frame won't 
snag. Folds for storage. 


5-lbs. Grass Seed 
1.79 


Regular 2.49 value!’ A 
fast - ing mixture 
specially prepared for 
this area. Buy now for 
spring planting. 


, , 


Sears BHU 8 


> Wen sul 


Pearlwick Hamper 
6.98 


Family size, upright 
style hamper with stur- 
dy wooden frame, 
woven sides and plas- 
tic ton 

® Maize. green. black 
and white, and pink. 


$1 Salt & Pepper 
79¢ 


Attractive beechwood 
“Salty” and “Peppy” 
shaker set with cat 
shaped base—tip shak- 
ers and cat meows. 


Form Fit 
Auto Rugs 


3.99 wr. 


Heavy duty rubber 
rugs for all late model 
cars. Easy to clean in 
ear. Choice of black, 
grey, green, blue or 
red. 


Shelv-it-All 
10.95 


New steel shelving 
units 6ft. tall, 36" wide, 
12” deep with 5 shelves. 
Ebony enamel finish. 
Extra shelves, 1.69 ea. 


24.98 Wardrobes 
19.98 _ 

Big 68x27x20" 

wardrobes with 


shelf. 
finish. No parcel post 


deliveries. 


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THE WASHIT GTO. osT cc TIMES HERALD 
“ve Sunday, February 26, 1956 : A 17 ' 


Arlirigton Store Hours Monday 12:30 to 9:30 P.M, 
Washington Store 9:30 A.M. to 6:00 P.M, 


Another Kann’s First J 


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Shredder all in one... 


Originally 
11.95 


9.95 


A real kitchen time saver for all cooked or raw vegetables, 
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wheels—one for grinding cooked meats; and the other three 
steel cutting cones for slicing, shredding and grating; plus 
a safety food-pusher. Comes apart quickly for easy cleaning. 
White base. 


3rd Floor, Washington; Lower Level, Arlington 


24 Line “Falco” Clothes Dryer, 
Holds 3 or 4 Washer Loads 
of Clothes ~ 


Folds 
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Imagine ... 24 lines... room enough for a big 
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fro in shifts. And all lifes are an easy to reach 6 
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\ 


The 
Federal 
Diary 


Jerry 


Kluttz 


GAO Recommends 
Tightening Up 
Of CS Benefits 


4 TIGHTENING UP of nu- 
merous Civil Service Retire- 
ment benefits to prevent “in- 
equities’ has been recom- 
mended to Congress by the 
General Accounting Office 
which proposed 

That CSR credit be limited to 
80 days in any period of leave 


| 


City Heads — 
Silent on ; 


SUND 


AY, FEBRUARY 26, 


1956 


‘Transit Loan 


without pay. | 
That the law be amended to’ 


prevent credit toward CSR for 
service. covered by another 
Government retirement system 
unless the employe made a full 
deposit, plus interest, in CSR 


lo cover the prior service. 


That no credit be given for! 
most periods of military serv- 
ice when the person involved) 
is receiving military retired | 
pay. These three proposals 
would require congressional ap- 
proval to make them effective. 


GAO, after an audit of the 
CSR fund, also proposed that 
CSC police more closely its 
CSR beneficiaries to prevent 
sayments to retirees who die. 
vidows who remarry. and chil- 
fren after age 18. CSC doubts 
whether the added costs of 
such a program could be justi 
led. 

At GAO's suggestion, CSC 
bas taken steps to prevent the 
payment of “unauthorized con- 
current military retired pay) 
snd a CS annuity based on the 
tame service ) 
However, GAO went out of 
its way in its report to applaud 
CSC’s operation of CSR as 
"generally satisfactory.” 

Its audit of the CSR fund, 
GAO said, had “disclosed nu- 
merous instances in which er- 
rors resulted in underpayments | 
jo payees.” CSC has made the) 
proper payments to those in- 
volved. 

GAO indicated avproval of a 
CSC policy to call the attention 
of an applicant for a refund to 
bis eligibility for annuity rights 
within 30 days. In such cases. 
t's assumed the employe doesn't 
realize he's entitled to the ad 
jitional benefits 

Congress was told by GAO 
hat employes of Agriculture's 
Extension Service were not 
makine the required CSR con 
ributions, and that some agen 
ies werent giving “timety noti 
ication” to employes who 
bad to retire at age 70 

Post Office and Army were 
tited as giving employes long 
weave without pay. There's no 

SR credits. As a result, GAO 
reported, “substantial annuities 
bave been awarded te former 
employes with as little as a 
month of CSR coverage.” 

GAO conceded that the in 
equity had been remedied some 
what by a 1954 law which re 
stricts an annuity to an employe 
who had at least: a year of 


— 


New License Tags Shown by Arlene 


Billie Arlene Oakley poses prettily with | 
new license tags for the District, Maryland 
and Virginia. The District will start mail- 
ing plates Thursday, when it also will start 


selling them at 301 C st. my. 


display is March 31. Marylanders will be 


mailed tags starting Monday, 


Board Studies 


Of Dismissal 


Ousted Historian 
Of State Department 
Seeks Reinstatement 


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be purchased at offices of county treasurers 


line is March 31. In Virginia, applicants 
may pick up plates at Registry area offices 


Richmond office. Tags will be on sale March 
15 te April 15. 


> 


4 Only ‘Stung’ 


Spencer Blames 
Delay on Other 
Private Management 
. ‘ 

| ‘Stumbling Blocks’ 
| By Grace Bassett 

Sta! Reporter 

| The District Commission- 
ers will withhold their rec- 
}ommendation on a $4 million 
Treasury loan to prospective 
new transit operators until 
‘other “stumbling blocks” to 
private management are 


uel Spencer said yesterday. 

A group represented by Max 
M. Kampelman asked for the 
$4 million as a backstop, in 
case private underwriting fell 
through. Kampelman wants to 
start a new all-bus operation 
here to succeed Capital Transit 
Co. 
Aug 

But the Public Utilities Com- 
mission has put off action on 
the Kampelman bid for two 
weeks. | 

Mainty, PUC Chairman 
| George E. C. Hayes said he 
was waiting to hear if the Com- 
'missioners would recommend’ 

‘the backstop, which has been 
submitted informally to the 
| Treasury Department. 
| Spencer said the PUC asked 
ithe Commissioners for a loan 
‘recommendation last week 
| “We asked them if the PUC 
: > had reached a point where they 
‘ /would have a deal. if the loan 
‘were approved,” said Spencer’ 
on the WWDC radio program. | 
|Report to the People.” ) 
“Agreement on the proposed 
'franchise and financial matters’ 
| were not firmed up so the PUC 
‘could say one way or the 
|other,” Spencer added. 
| Asked if this was a question 
\of one public body outwaiting| 
\the other on the Kampelman’ 
| proposal, Spencer insisted city 
| Officials were moving as fast as 
i\they could. 

“The $4 million loan is «a 
idificult question,” he _§said,! 
'“There’s no sense trying to de- 
cide it unless we're going ahead 
\with the Kampelman plan.” 

Meanwhile, the Commission- 
‘ers are urging speedy action 
from Congress on their own bill 
creating a Metropolitan Transit 
Authority to replace CTC. This 
legislation was drafted after the 
PUC failed to find a satisfactory 
private successor to run transit. 

Spencer aiso said if the 
Authority could save money on 
all-bus, as opposed to bus-street 
car operations, the money could 

used eventually to reduce 
fares. First, savings would be 
set aside to pay expenses and 
interest charges, he said 

In response to reporters ques 
tions, he said he defended the 


By Dick Darcey Staff Photographer 


sell them. The display dead- 


il! be mailed only from the 


Police Bullet 


city's urban renewal project in 
Foggy Bottom. Many private 
developers are fighting city 
planning there, some in court 

Spencer said he envisioned a 
neighborhood with a “down- 
town residential tone, where 
people could live close to their 
work.” 

With urban renewal planning, 


Bov Fugitive 
Arrested Later. 


Held With Two 


In Use of Auto 


— 


' 


cleared, Commissioner Sam-' 


: 
| 


The CTC franchise expires’ 
. 14. ) 


Lester Singer, part ewner of the Dincite 

Center, 3701 Georgia ave. nw., stands be- 

hind a post for protection from the wind, | 
company after five | 


as he calls a glass 


Ric chunks of composition 
from the roof of the Health 


Education Building at Shepherd College | 


thiring a fain aquall 


covering fly | 
and Physical 


.% 
> 
' PR: 
= . : 
By Henry Rohiand. Staff Photograrher 


plate glass windows were blown out of the 
store yesterday. Note venetian blinds blow- 
ing free in the wind at right. One woman 
was cut by the flying glass. 


Re Don Bishorft 


winds yesterday. Parts of the roof were 
scattered over a 200-yard area. Damage was 
unofficially estimated 


hy high | $500,000 building in Shepherdstown, W. Va. 
> 


at $12,000 te the 


—— 


Wind Lashes District Area 


BOAT—From Page I 


was the only one in the store 


sreditable service within the 
two years immediately prior to 
separation. 


INTEREST: The GAO report 
revealed that the CSR fund 
(now more than $6.5 billion) was 


Ousted State Department his- fought an early morning ware 
torian Donald M. Dozer's ap-20Use blaze in Bethesda waich 
peal to the Civil Service Com- caused about $15,000 damage. 
mission for reinstatement is| The fire at the Mount Excava- 
now before the tion Co. 5200 River rd.. was 
meerd of Ap discovered at 4:20 m. by 


° 
a 


4 17-year-old parolee from 
the National Training School 
felt only “a little sting” when 
he was struck by a bullet as he 


fled police Friday night, he said 


Foggy Bottom will be balanced 
with parks, recreation areas and 
schools as well as privately re- 
habilitated houses 

“Otherwise, there will be no 
over-all plan for development, 


Invested mainiy in 4 per cent 
Government bonds during 1953 
end 1954. Last year. however 
only a third of it was paid the 
§ per cent rate; the remainder 
as in 3 and 22 per cent bonds 
The CSR fund, by law, must 
be paid 3 per cent. A plan be- 
fore the Senate Post Office & 
[S Committee would beast the 
rate to 4 per cent in a move te 
reduce by about $65 million the 
estimated $531 million annual 
eost of S. 2875. the bill te pro. 
vide many new CSR benefits. 


TAX TIP: IRS has ruled 
(Revenue Ruling 5649) that 
firemen can't deduct from their 
Federal income tax the cost of 
meals while on duty at the 
firehouse. Firemen who are as 
signed on different days to 
other stations in the same gen 
eral area still aren't “away from 
home” since IRS says their duty 
post is the entire city or gen 
eral area where they serve and 
isn't limited to one building 


POST OFFICE has given a 
record. $725. cash award to 
Charlies E. Carpenter for a sug- 
gestion which will save $100,000 
The department has also given 
each of its phone operators 
$100 awards. They are: Dulcie 


peals 
view, after hav- 
ing 


peals 


and 


and Re- 


been de- 
nied by the An- 
Examin- 
ing Office 

EF. A. Dunton, 


chief of the Ap- Ys | 
peals 
ing Office, said 
yesterday 
had thrown out 


Examin- 
| 4 


he Dozer 


Dozers contention that he was 


not guilty of the State Depart 
ments charges 


that his work 
was below standard and his 
conduct “disruptive.” Dozer ap 
pealed to the Board of Appeals 
Review 

It was the second time Do- 
vers case had come before 
Dunton'’s office since the State 
Department fired him on Oct 
4. The last time Dunton upheld 
Dozer’s appeal on the grounds 
that the charges were not spe- 


cific enough, 


Dozer was ordered reinstated 
Dec. 8, but State returned with 
more specific charges Dec. 22 
and he was fired again Jan. 18 

Dunton said the Commission’ 
has mo authority to go into the 
merits of the case, but must 
see that the procedural re- 
quirements of the law are ful- 
filled. He said in his opinion 
the second dismissal charges 
fulfilled these requirements. | 


iterior of 
istructure 


police Privates John Anderson 
and William 
they were on routine patro! 


P. Hunter while 
Fiames burned the entire in 
the one-story metal 
and damaged two 
trucks and a bulidozer 
Some 50 firemen from 
Gien Echo, Cabin John 


the 
and 


‘Bethesda fire departments sub 


dued the blaze within a half 
hour. Cause was undetermined 


Plane Crash Training 
Urged for Firemen 


Local fire departments using 
conventional equipment can 
contro! fires in airplane 
crashes, D. C. Fire Bat- 
talion Chief A. M. Grunwell 
told the 28th annual Fire De- 
partment Instructors Confer- 
ence in Memphis, Tenn., last 
week. 

Grunwell, who heads the 7th 
battalion here, said that munic- 
ipal and rural units, using con- 
ventional equipment could 
‘successfully rescue people and 
control fires in airplane 
crashes.” 

Using films of tests made in 
1954 and 1955 at Andrews Air 
Force Base to demonstrate his 
point, Grunwell said, “These 
tests have proven conclusively 


yesterday after his arrest. 

The shot was fired by police 
less than a block from the 
youth. Officers, surprised the 
boy was not wounded, said the 
bullet may have been a spent 
ricochet or defective 

Pvt. W. K. Valentine said he 
was with Pyt George M 
Ritchie in a Third Precinct 
scout car when they saw three 
boys enter an auto at 18th and 
Church sts. nw. and drive off 

At 18th and N sts. the scout 
car pulled alongside. The driver 
of the other car and a com 
panion jumped out and ran 

While Pvt. Ritchie held the 
third boy, Pvt. Valentine chased 
the other two. He shouted a 
demand to halt. fired the first 
shot, then another. Both boys 
escaped. They were arrested 
yesterday at their homes. 

The youth who was hit said 
he heard shots, but no demand 


at all.” Spencer said. pointing 
out that private building was 
progressing rapidly. 


Bike Crash 
Rolls Rider 
Into Pokey 


Ernest McSwain, 24, pedaied 
a $110 bicycle into an accident 
and a charge of grand larceny 
yesterday. police said 

McSwain told police he was 
riding the brand new bike at 
West Virginia ave. and Mt 
Olivet rd. ne Friday nicht, 
when a car driven by Donald L. 
Ball, 24, 1225 Raum st. ne 
stopped to let him roll by 
Police reported the following 


that rescues can be effected by 


to halt. He reported the bullet 
struck him in the back, and 
“slowed me a little. I felt kind 
of a push and a little sting.” He 
said he put his hand around to 
his back and caught the bullet 


chain of events 

® A taxicab struck Ball's car 
and knocked it. forward 

® McSwain ran into Ball's car. 
badly damaging the bike 


® Ball. helped McSwain put 


as it fell from a fold in his the bike in some bushes near 


coat. 

The three boys are 17 years 
old. Two are parolees from the 
training school, 


) 


the scene, then drove McSwain 
to Freedmen’'s Hospital. 

At the hospital where he was 
treated for cuts on his right leg, 
McSwain met Pvts. Andrew J. 
Heneghan and Jim A. McPhau! 


cut by the flying glass. Lester 
Singer, manager of the furni- 
ture store, said that it “sounded 
like an explosion” when the 
windows gave way. 

Two other women injured by 
fiying glass in Arlington were 
treated at Arlington Hospital! 
Police said that Shirley Beck. 
29, of 3608 S. ist st., Arlington, 
and Nellie Harding, 30. of 512 
Adams pl. Fails Church, suf 
fered leg cuts when a window 
of a food store at Seven Cor 
ners in Arlington was blown ir 

Portions of roofs were blown 
from houses throughout the 
area ard trees were reported 
down across several houses and 
automobiles. Flying debris 
made driving hazardous during 
the brief but furious passage of 
the cold front 

The peak gusts of 69 miles 
per hour were measured at Na 
tional Airport at 4:11 p. m 

Potomac Elect: Power Co 
spokesman sa#id over 100 wires 
were knocked down in Wash 
ington and nearby Maryland 
but that extra crews working 
through the night expected to 
have service restored in all but 
a few isolated areas by daylight 
today. 

Pepeo day crews were held 
on overtime when the storm 
struck and every available man 
was pressed into duty, the 
spokesman said. Virginia Elec. 
tric Power Co. officials said 
special crews worked late into 
the night in nearby Virginia to 
restore service. 


ic 


seeking to maneuver it into 
shallow water when help ar- 
rived 

Traffic across Key. Bridge 
was endangered when a large 
screen being used by workmen 
who have been widening the 
Whitehurst Freeway approach 
to the bridge blew into the 
center lane of the bridge. 

Seventh Precinct police re 
moved the screen after a brief 
traffic tie-up. 

The Prince Georges County 
pulice radio at Seat Pleasant 
was knocked out of action at 
4:20 p. m. Calls were dis 
patched for more than an hour 
from an emergency auxiliary 
setup at Hyattsville. 

\ large tree was blown down 
on the Phi Sigma Sigma so 
rority house, 4812 College ave 
at the University of Maryland 
in College Park, cracking the 
front porch roof and tearing 
shutters loose. 

Another tree crashed across 
power lines in front of the 
\lpha Omicron Pi house at 
the university, blocking traffic 
along College ave. for more 
tuan two hours 

In Washington, police blocked 
off the 1900 block of Montana 
ave. ne. while repair crews 
worked on high tension wires 
which fell into the street. Felled 
trees blocked traffic at 16th and 
Sheridan sts. nw. and in the 
5200 block of 38th st. nw. 
Firemen removed a tree which 


fell across the doorway of a 
house at 1338 3d st. nw. Police 
said a portion of the roof of a 
Baptist Church at 1646 10th st. 
nw., was blown off. Pepco crew- 
men removed a high tension 
wire atop a car in the 1500 block 
of W st. se 

In Montgomery County, police 
reported 30 telephone poles 
were flattened in a row along 
the west side of Rockville Pike 
north of the Bethesda Naval 
Medical Center, interrupting 
telephone service in the Pooks 
Hill Apartments area. 

Rockville was without power 
from 4:40 p. m. until 5:10 p. m., 
when an emergency generator 
was put into action. 

The gale blew a tin construc- 
tion shack onto Georgia ave. 
in the Greenwood Koolls sub- 
division north of Wheaton, 
blocking southbound traffic. 

In Prince Georges County, 
police reported shingles were 
ripped loose from scores of 
houses in the Seat Pleasant 
District Heights and Forestville 
areas. A large plate giass win- 
dow was blown in at Nelson Mo- 
tors, 7215 Baltimore ave., Col- 
lege Park. 

Some power failures were re- 
perted in Alexandria, where at 
least half a dozen trees were 
felled. Arlington police re- 
ported a portion of the roof of 
the Hudson Supply & Equip- 
ment Co. in Rosslyn were blown 
off. 


Emergency. Run Stalled 


o— 


Mitchell, Agnes Robertson, Lil 


Jian Beeson, Dorothy Brannon, 
Grace Busick, Mary Halil, Ar 
lene Hogue, Sara Nowell, Fran 
ces Rousseau, Mary: Waxier, 
Anita Stiner and Irma Wyatt 
. » » BUREAU OF ENGRAY. 
ING & PRINTING has given 
awards to Paul Schulman, G. T 
Batchaider, G. W. WLeDane. 
James McCullough, Margaret 


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Trade Show Set | 


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In Alexandria | 


Alexandria's fifth annual 
junior Chamber of Commerce 
Trade Show will be held March 
9. 10 and 11 at the Alexandria’ 
Roller Arena, 800 N. St. Asaph 
, 


Cullen, Marie Boone, Ruth Ber- ~*~" 


nat, Marcella Chapman, W. W 
Curtiss, George Dodge, Lillian 
Dornin, Dolores Fantone, Kath 
arine Hammett, N. H. Hanna- 
baum, Herbert Levy, L. W. 
Smith, Russell Crans, Melvin 
Lewis and Walter Olson... 
NAVY'S Medical Center has 
given cash awards to Werner 
Moentmann, Dot Etcher, Glenn 
Lee, Alvin Grebey, Elsie Clos- 
son, Viola Clipper, Thelma 
Richards, Ernest Robinson and! 
Phyllis Dawson ... JOBS: Army| 
needs Grade 7, 9 or 11 contract 
negotiators, Grade 3 phone op- 
erators, Grade 4 teletype op- 
erators, Grade 4 stenos and 
Grade 3 typists. Apply to Room 
10, Old Post Office Building, 
12th and Pennsylvania ave. nw. 


‘Today’s Chuckle 


Pedestrian: “Sorry, but IT just 
don't give money to men on 
street,” 


Panhandler: “You want that’ 
I should open an office?” 


— er er eee er wee 


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of 15 men arrested in a gam- 


t 
| donfiseated from a third-floor 


rural or municpal departments 
even where serious fires occur 
as the result of a crash.” 

A District fireman for more 
than 30 years, Grunwell is 
chairman of a national commit.’ 
tee named to explore the mat- 
ter 

He told the conference that 
training was cardinal in this 
type of operation, 


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He told the officers he had 
found the bike on Thursday. 
and had called the Ninth Pre 
cinct about it. Following police 
instructions, he said, he was 
riding the bike to the precinct 
when hit. 

Police checked with the pre 
cinct and learned they had no 
record of McSwain’s call. In- 
vestigating further, they found 
‘that Frank Broadnax, 12, of 1211 


Dinner to Honor 


John thider 


John thider, who retired in 
1952 after 27 years as director 
of the National Capital Housing 
Authority, will be honored on 
his 80th birthday anniversary 
with a testimonial dinner at the 
Cosmos Club, March 8. 


After Gaming Raid Arrest 


Directors of Atlas Club Decline 
To Accept Resignation of Manager 


A special meeting of the di-' room at the club, 1349 E st nw.,'other more 


rectors of the Atlas Club has 
decided not to accept the resig- 
nation of the club manager, 
Garrett F. (Garry) Quinn, one 


blind raid on the club Feb. 17. 
Quinn, 52, of 5026 Dana pl. 
nw., was charged with setting 
up a gambling table. He is 
free on $1000 bond, pending a 
hearing March 9. 
A dice table and $1800 were 


gation fell far short of pr 
sufficient to justify accep 


oO AE CME ee &— ees 


according to police. 

In a letter to club members, 
Harry Slaughter, club 
president, wrote: 

“What happened was most 
unfortunate, but our investi. 


° 
of mn the resignation or even 
suspension of membership priv- 
meee of any other individual in- 
volved.” ——- : 


The board, which met Mon- 
day, reserved the right to re- 


vice 
t 


the Alcoholic Beverage Control! 


open the matter “if and when 


«(Sq st. ne. had reported his 
inew bicycle was stolen on 
‘George Washington's birthday 

McSwain, who is listed at 
1916 West Virginia ave. ne.,| 
was charged with grand larceny | 
‘after he was released from the | 
‘hospital. When police went to 
pick up the damaged bike, they | 
‘found that someone had walked | 
‘off with the rear wheel. 
: 


ibstantial rience Chest Meeting 
re Set Wednesday 


Meanwhile, Capt. John B. Lay- 
ad of the police gambling; ©. K. Morris, 1955-56 cam- 
d, said a verbal report on P#/8” chairman for the Com- 


munity Chest Federation, will 

e raid has been submitted to speak at the annual meeting 
Wednesday of the Fairfax 
County-Falls Church Commu- 
nity Chest. | 
Trustees for the coming year 
will be elected at the. meeting 


Board and a written report will 
be made later this week. 

An ABC spokesman said the 
board could not take any action 


relative to the club's liquor|scheduled at 7:30 p. m. in the lr 


license until it had received a 


Falls Church Parish Hall, 195 
formal report. 


S. Washington st. 


An empty 45-foot houseboat 
formerly occupied by Kenneth 
F. Rose, 40, at 820 Maine ave 
sw.. sank at the Harbor Police 
pier when it was swamped by 
high waves. 

A 32-foot salvage tug, the 
Tom Miller, owned by Thomas 
L. Miller, 29. of 1411 James 
Creek parkway sw., was forced 
against the Hains Point seawall 
by high winds in the George- 
town Channel. 

The owner's seamanship and 
a rescue team of District fire 


‘men saved the tug from being 


battered to bits against the 
seawall, police reported. 

Miller, who operates the Ma- 
rine Towing and Salvage Co., 
400 Maine ave. sw., guided the 
heavy craft to the seawall to 
keep it from being swamped in 
the channel. 


Miller was able to take his| needed for an emergency oper- Area 


Crash Injures Policeman 
Racing Blood to Patient 


A Montgomery County Police* 


orivate was hurt yesterday 
when his cruiser crashed at 
Georgia and Dennis §  aves., 
Silver Spring, while on an 
emergency blood run. 

Pvt. Arthur Umbholtz, 33, of 
2508 Urbana dr., was reported 
in good cordition at Washing- 
ton Sanitarium with a possible 
leg injury. 

He was riding in the police 
car driven by Pvt. Bernard J. 
‘Braun. The two officers were 
‘eseorting a District police car 
‘carrying a rare type of blood 


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Traffic Box Score 


On Area Fatalities 
Deaths Peraths 
Through Through De 
Feb. 73 Feb. 25 1 

1955 194 
Alexandria i) 
Arlington I 
District 11 
Falis Church 6 
Fairfax - 3 
Montgomery 2 


Pr. Georges 11 
total 


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tug to the Sailing Marina near|ation at Montgomery General 


the Pentagon and moor it 
before the peak winds hit the 
area. 

The 2ist Crash Rescue Squad 


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Hospital at Sandy Spring. 
Police said a car driven by 

'Fay Hoffman, 41 of 2422 Ec- 

cleston st. Silver Spring, 


of way to emergency vehicles, 
Mrs. Bale and her T-year-old 


from Bolling Air Force Base turned off Dennis ave. into the daughter, Karen, were exam- 


sent a crash boat to the aid of 
a group of eight Fatis Church 
Explorer Scouts and their con- 
verted Coast Guard whaleboat 
which went aground in a: Po- 
tomac River cove near Nation- 
al Airport. | 
The Scouts from Falls Church 
140 hauled down the sails 
the heavy craft and were 


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path of the cruiser. 

Braun swerved from behind 
her striking her rear fender 
and crashed into a car driven 
by Mary V. Bale, 30, of 10407 
Grandin rd. Mrs. Bale had 
pulled to the curb at the sound 
of the police sirens. 

Police charged Mrs. Hoffman 
with failing to yield the right 


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ined at Washington Sanitarium 
and released. 

_ Officials at Montgomery Gen- 
eral Hospital said the emerg- 
ency operation was performed 
with blood delivered by the un- 
scathed District police car. The 
patient, Mrs. Herman Mullinix, 
was stil) in serious condition, 
they said. 


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ETS since 1646 Before tirat 


House-to-House Canvass 
Ends Heart Fund Drive 


Several thousand’ Metropol-+ 
Itan Washington heart fund 
workers: will climax their’ 
month-long campaign with a| 
door-to-door canvass scheduled 
to begin. at 1 p. m. today—Heart 
Sunday. 

Residents of the area had the 
Nation's own No. 1 heart spe- 
cialist's word for it that the 
cause is worthy, and the Na- 


By Charles De! Veochio. Staff Pho'oerspher 


Mrs. Wendell Hite, 29, who has been cited as an example of 
a heart patient who has fully recovered from her ailment, 
does housework in her home at 4353 F st. se., after a day at 
the office (she’s a clerk in the Army Chief of Staff's Office). 
She underwent surgery in April, 1954, to relieve a rheumatic 
heart ailment and is now leading “a full fife.” Her children 


: 


are Wendell If, 8. and Larry, 6. 


—— 


. L. Wagner, }* 


Manager of 
Top Artists , 


~~ Y Dally News Service 


| 
Edmund Geiger 


Edmund Geiger, 58, labor or- 
ganizer for the CIO and later 
field repres@ntative for the 
AFL.CIO here, died of a brain 
tumor Friday at Johns Hopkins 
Hospital where he was flown 
about a week ago from his 
home in Atlanta 

Mr. Geiger had been with the 
her 
was president of an auto work- 
ers’ union in Detroit 

Funeral services will be held 
Tuesday in Springville, N. Y. 


’ 


L. Wagner, 87, whose career as) 
imanager and booker reached 
from the days of William Jen-| 
mings Bryan to Jeannette Mac-| 
| Donald, died today in Roosevelt. 
Hospital. 


such notables of long ago as 
Jack London and Col. Robert 
G. Ingersoll, the agnostic, Wag- 
ner went on to introduce tenor 
John McCormack and colora- 
ture soprano Amelita Galli 
Curci after two other managers 
had rejected her. 
years, he made 
$500,000 for her. 


Josephine P. Grooms | 

Josephine Potts Grooms, 73, 
of Laurel, Md., died yesterday 
at Garfield Hospital. She was 
the widow of Frank Grooms, a 
machinist who operated a gas 


Mion's owm No. 1 heart patient 
as an example of the miracles) 
their mdney can effect for' 
everyone. 
Dr. Paul Dudley White, in 
attendance, here at meetings of 
the National Heart Council, 
urged that “now is the year, the 
month and the day to bring re- 
inforcements into the battle 
that is bound fo end in victory. 
The more we give now the 
sooner that victory.” 
He joined with Dr. John 
Reisinger, president of the 
Washington Heart Association, 
in urging the utmost of donor 
cooperation with the volunteers! 
who will go forth in the Dis- 
trict under the supervision of 
Mrs. Herbert Brownell, wife of 
the Attorney General. 
The Montgomery County 
Heart Fund will send 3000 
volunteers into the national | 
effort to make an all-out atiack, 
against the cardiac diseases) 
through research, public and| 
professional! education and eset 
munity heart programs. 
Goal of the Washington drivel 
is $200,000, nearly one-third of | 
which is expected to be realized | 
in today’s canvass. | 
“Those who'll come calling on| 
ou this Sunday afternoon, "| 
Mrs. Brownell explained, “are 
neither experts on heart dis-| 
ease nor solicitors. Their basic 
mission involves nothing more) 
than giving their neighbors an 
opportunity to make a wise in- 
westment in the continuing | 
fight against diseases of the: 
heart and circulation. 
“The Heart Fund volunteer 
will hand you an envelope. In- 
sert your gift, seal the envelope 
and return it. It’s as simple as 
that.” 
Volunteers enlisted by the 
Heart Association of Northern! 
Virginia will visit homes in|}-—~ 
Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax’ 
and Falls Church between 2 - 
oR gs ey Student Gives All 
County volunteers, numbering 
2500, will cover that area To Manhole Case 
throughout the afternoon. | Charles D. Atchisson, 24- 
year-old law student, was 
enroute to District Court 
yesterday to study a land- 
mark case involving in- 
juries received from falling 
into an open manhole when 
—oops, you guessed it. he 
fell into an open manhole. 

Atchisson. a student at 
the George Washington 
University and clerk at the 
courthouse, was crossing 
i7tb «t-near.G si_ mow when _ 
he fell through an uncov- 
ered hole where coal was 
being delivered. 

His leg gashed from the 
fall. Atchisson pulled him- 
self out, proceeded to Dis 
trict Court where he fin- 
ished his study, then took a 
cab back to his apartment 

at 2025 I st. nw. to nurse 
his cuts and bruises. 


more than) 


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theater and 


— _—— 


Dr. G. S. Miller Dead; 
Curator at Smithsonian 


Gerrit Smith Miller, retired 
curator of the division of. mam- 
mals, U. 8. National Museum, 
died of pneumonia Friday in) 
Doctors Hospi- 
tal. He was 86. 

Dr. Miller,@ 
who was con-*. 
sidered one of 
he world’s lead- # 
ing authorities 
on mammals, 
retired from his 
post at the Na- 
tional Museum 
in Dec., 1940, 
after 42 years 
of service with D* Miller 
the Smithsonian Institution. 

His works on mammals in- 
clude over 400 professional 
papers. He was the author of 
the Catalogue of Land Mam 
mals of Western Europe in the| 
British Museum, and the List) 
of North American Land Mam.-| 
mais in the U. S. National Mu-| | 
seum. His treatise on the Fam-' 
ilies and Genera of Bats was 
accorded world-wide recogni- 
tion. 

Dr. Miller was one of the sci- 
entists who challenged the au- 
thenticity of the so-called Pilt- 
down Man soon after the skull,) 
found in Sussex, England, 
around 1912, as assembled. 


Analysis Found Correct 


While many scientists enthu- 
siastically acclaimed the find 
as a major anthropological dis 
covery, Dr. Miller wrote: “No 
sufficient reason (exists) for 
treating the jaw otherwise than 
that of a chimpanzee washed 
into proximity with a human 
skull.” 

The years proved Dr. Miller 
to be correct. In 1953 British| 
scientists declared the contro- 
versial bones a deliberate fake 

A native of Peterboro, N. Y., 


‘seum. From 1909 until his re-| 
tirement 


|Research in Asia 


\of Arts 


' Cosmos 


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Dr. Miller came here in 1895, 
an employe of the Bureau of 
Biological Survey, United States! 
Department of Agriculture. He| 
had graduated from Harvard) 
University the year before. 
From 18898 to 1908 he was as- 
‘sistant curator of Mammals of |* 
the United States National Mu-' 


: 


he was curator. 

In 1934 he was awarded the 
Joseph Leidy Medal for “the! 
‘best publication, _ exploration, | 
discovery or research in atural 


sciences.” 
; 


The award was presented to! 
him for his “studies on the’ 
structure, classification, distri-| 1659 


bution and evolution of the! 
mammalia, particularly of the 
chiroptera (bats) .. .” and his 
other work which included re- 
isearch in the East and West 
jIndies, western Europe and 
southeast Asia. 

Dr. Miller was a member of 
the American Philosophical 
Society, the American Academy 
and Sciences, 
American Society of Mommol- 
‘ogists and the Zoological So- 
ciety of London. 

He also was a member of the 
Club and the Arts’ 


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| Club, 

Df. Mille?’s wife, Ann Chapin| 
Gates, whom he married in’ 
1921, died a few weeks ago as) 
the result of a fall suffered in 
their home at 2810 Adams Mill) 
rd. nw. 

He is survived by a brother, | 
Basil Miller, of Chula Vista,’ 
Calif.; a niece, Mrs. Robert’ 
Schwab, of Lexington, Mass,; 
and two nephews, John and 
Etes Miller of Peterboro, N. Y.| 

Funeral services will be held 
at 3 p. m. Monday at the S. H. 
Hines Funeral Home, 2901 14th! 
st. nw. Burial will be private. | 


| 


John T. Love, 
Ex-Salesman. 
Dies at 76 


: 
John Turner Love, a former, 
furniture salesman and ama- 


\teur magician, died Thursday 
\at his home, 
\Michigan Park Hills, Md. 
‘had been in ill health for about cle Terrace Hospital after a six- 


1514 Jenifer st.. 


He 


a year. 

Mr. Love, 76, was born in 
St. Marys County and came to 
Washington from Baltimore in 
1911 

He was salesman and later 
general manager for many . 
years of the old A. T. Me- 


KEW YORK, Feb. 2$—Charles Guiggan Co. here. After the 


‘company went out of business, 
Mr. Love worked as a salesman 
in several furniture stores. 

He leaves his wife, Maude: 
two sons, Lt. Edgar M. Love 
who is assigned to the police 
nd fire clinic of the District 
Fire Department, 
Rainier, 
who works for the Secret Serv- 
ice, and a daughter, Mrs. Ru- 
doiph Gartner of the home 
address. 


In three Mary E. Creque 


MARTINSBURG, W. Va., Feb 


Equally successful in Chau- 25—Mary Elizabeth Creque, 80, 
concert widow of Kinsey B. 


Creque, 


For Army 


and Jolin: 
i\Randoiph Love of Mt. 


| from 
F. H. Taylor, 
Architect 


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Funeral services will be held 
at 11 a. m. Monday in his home 
for Frederick Holliday Taylor, | 
63, of 506 Overlook ter., Alex-| 
andria, who died Friday in Cir- | 
_week heart illness. Burial in Ivy | 
Hill Cemetery will follew. 

Mr. Taylor was a native of| 
Ale 
Sinclair and Mary Earle Taylor 

whe resided for many years in 


_ family home at 711 deme 


“He was educated at the old! 
Potomac Academy and was an'| 
architect and at hit death was 
employed with the Army's arch- 
itectural. department at Ft. 
Belvoir. Previously, for a num-| 
ber of years, Mr. Taylor worked | 
in the tax collector's office in 
A ee on 

Surviving, ~ besides his wife, 
the former Joyce Graham, are'| 
two sisters. Mra. 
Pickens, of 711 Prince st., wid- 
ow of Adm. Pickens: Mrs. Arth-| 
ur H. Bryant, of 501 N. Wash-' 
ington st.. and two brothers, | 
Purvis and Sinclair Taylor, both 
of Vicksburg, Miss. 


bes 


ipital in nearby Woodland Hills. 
She was 74. 


actors as R 


xandria, the son of Charles, 
| 


Rose Tapley, 
Ist Heroine 


Of Screen 


HOLLYWOOD, Calif.. Feb. 
im —Requiem mass was held 
at Our Lady of the Valley Cath- 

\olic Church in nearby Canoga 
Park today for Rose Tapley Hol- 
ahan, veteran actress famed as 
the first heroine of silent films. 

Mrs. Holahan, known profes- 

/Sionally as Rose Tapley and 
‘also as the “mother of the 
movies,” died Thursday at the 
Motion Picture Country Hos- 


Mrs. Holahan appeared as a 
leading lady on the.stage from 
900 to 1909, starring with such 
ichard Mansfield, 
ro egg Olcott, E. H. Sothern 
and J. H. Stoddard. 

She was featured in her arst| 
film, a Thomas Edison picture 
called “Wanted a Wife,” in 
1905. In 1908 she signed with 
the old Vitagraph Film Co. of 
Hollywood as motion picture's) « 
first leading lady. She was the 
first stage star to embark on a 
film career. 

The veteran actress retired in 
1931. She was married to attor- 
mey Frank E. Holahan, who 
died last October. 


Application Deadline 


Set on Deferment ne | a 
Deadline for application to| § 


take the Selective Service Col- 
lege Qualification Test is) 
March 5, test supervisor Harold’ 
G. Sutton announced yesterday. | 
Students wishing deferment | 
must’ pass the test, to be given| 
April 19 at George Washington’ 
University, if they have not al-| 
— passed a previous one. 
Appl ications can be obtained 
any Selective Service 
Board | 


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the Huntemann and Son Fi 
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Monday. Fevruary 27. at 8 a. ™ 
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ruary 25. 956 Prince GOror 
County Hospital EASTER VV. ORES 
ef 5600 Tilden ré.. Sunnybrook. Ma 
r 


= 
Dans L. Green Jr Mi 
20. hobert Heory and Vir- 
= Mae Green, daughter of Faas | 
Beker sister of Richard 
E son an 
are invitec 


Marry W. Melletie. Adit. 


STILES. GRACE G. On Frida Pebdrvua 
24 1956. at Kensington, Ma. GRACE 
Ss! Bhacy 


wile 
Leu Th 
re. Pred Winesmmever, Mrs. 
biott Mrs. Allie Me * 
vempee McColion. rT ™ 
Cc. Rebert, ar A. end 
tile Also survived by 42 
granéchilaren and tive sreat- 
children. Sister of Mrs. Jack Bc 
end R ery e McLeugh)ia 
ere. invi call at the Colonial 
au era! ‘Home "et Robert A. Pumphrer. 
ckv! ad. where services wil 
be held ‘te Mondey ty \4 bi at 
m. interment Forest Oak Cemeterr. 
ithersbure In Now a Towers 
contributions may ace ‘so the 
ethodist Home for the Aged, or 
ne 


Connecticut ave 
. SULLIVAN, MARY = Puider. 
167) Columbia rd nw.. SUL of the 


ryary 24. 1956 
ee vio a ‘be he Fort ‘ Lucian WN. Sullivan. ter of 


Tuescey Mrs. Beatrice 
fies st 
er 


‘. 

7 28. at Fort 

ts m. Interment Port Lincoln as | 
tery 

GRooms. soourae™ 


Gaturder. | 
Peoruar os. at : 
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rel. | 


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et 
‘Relat res BNC) ton an 
” interme et = Fort file. Treaten, §. J. Notice o 


chmen 
vived by four grandchildren 
Chape 


(courtesy 


afte >. = 
where services will 
day. February 28. 
ment private 


NE poner. On 
: at Suburban | WADE. MANERVIA &.. < E cass 
NW peMint i RRON nv. on F ry 3 
ft . 


. February 3 


at 11 o. m. Inter- Interment Unica 
. 


sm 2oave 


— in Cottage City. 
Mrs. Grooms” daughter 
the widow of Ernest Gude A... One Missing 
florist, and lives in Laurel. A| IONIA, Mich. ®—Only one 
briother, Nicholas Potts of|of the 24 men who escaped from 
Wilkes Barre, Pa., also survives. the Michigan Reiormatory here 
\ funeral service will be held during 1955 still is at large, 
at 2 p. m. Tuesday at Gasch’s prison officials said. Nineteen 


/introduced such stars as Mad- 


..Wagner handled or ,..iging most of her life in this 
‘ame Frances Alda, Mary Gar- city died Thursday night in 
den and Walter Gieseking. In Shenandoah County Hosptal at 
15 Broadway stage productions) Woodstock, Va., where she had 
during the ‘20s, he gave their’ been a patient for a week. 

first starring roles to Helen’ She was the daughter of the 
Hayes, Claudette Colbert, Wal- late William C. and Susan Cof. 


BALTIMORE, Feb. 25 
Funeral services will be held 
Sunday for the Rev. Dr. Walter 
Thomas Jackson, member of a 
family of Presbyterian clergy- - . 

' lowers contribu! fone 


men. | may be made the Cancer Pund 
The Philadelphia native, 48, BYRNE. CATHERINE FANNY. On Sat- 


ioun and sister of 
tr. Mrs. J. a Lumpkin and Mrs ) 
M Weed. Friends méy call at Gew-| 


liam 
ler’'s Chapel 1754 Penmerivania sve Benjamin ‘Demen 
ne ; 


Bethesd ‘ 
ne of 


Med : Shrin 
aeeet Biessed Sacrament. 


ae reer 25. 1956, at her re nierment Port Lincelm Cemetery 


te cal - waxes, "tee 
Puner sl Home 


the 
6001 West ters | 
be} 


ti 
(Parking facilities ) 


ices nat 
72 Me 

Pevruary 27, at G "és 
interment Catlett. Va 

On Seeeetay Feb- 
1996. ‘of Se “oe ss. 60. 


a cee at 

nerai Home. 2901 t 

Monday, February 27. at il 
Interment Cedar 
Hill Cemetery 


funeral home, Hyattsville. of the 24 are back behind bars 
Burial will be in Ft. Lincoln here while four others are 


: and Leonofe Ulric 
Cemetery. iserving time in other prisons 


fired Robert Montgomery be- 
cause “I 
act.° 


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Today’s 


Events 


scheduled for today 


A Message for Every Family 
That Would Prefer A 
Distinguished Gawler Funeral 


Events 


to the public.) 
| CONVENTIONS 
American Association for. the Un 
|Nations. Bhorrha ends LA. 
' American Ve: erans Commi! thee. 
\fiower (ends today) 
DINNERS 
: Wisconsin State Society. 
Dp 2. Kennedy-Warren 
el. Pan Americat Medica) 
630 o. m. Mayilower 
- ax Executives inetitute. 


We wish to reassure every family who might 
hesitate to seek the comfort of a Gawler Funeral, 
The Gawler 
. considerate, sympathetic, 


because of price consideration. 
tradition of service . . 
efficient service . .. is available to all. 


SPECTAL EVENTS 
mo me — National Guard Arme 


us * 


Many families of modest income turn to us 
distinguished funeral 
service, secure in the knowledge that price alone 


tyle Ham Dinner 
#0ies Aux 
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for Washington's most 

olunteer 

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ems in & Christian Srat hesis of Know). 
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“of a. - Binal. 


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is not a criterion of Gawler service. 


vest | 


We invite you to study the chart below as a- 


proof that the Gawler tradition of a distinguished 
funeral .. . regardless of price ... is a tradition 


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omits Souires’ Dance 

| thony’s rich Hall. Rout 

Pare. ahepringe center. 
9.30 Pp. mM. 


i, oie 
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“in Philipsburg, 
*™ services were held Monday at 


5 where 


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the Jington; 


|Owens 
a Roger Anderson of Grass Flat; worked here for the P. O. 


ter Huston, Sidney Blackmer, felt Laughlin aad was born in 
He once Woodstock. 


Surviving are two so0n,— 


thought he couldn't Charles W. Morrison, newspa- 


per advertising man in Annap- 
olis, Md.. and Joseph C. Morri. 
son, New York City; a sister, 
Lorena W. Bennett, and two 
brothers, S. G. and J. C, Laugh- 
lin. both of Woodstock. 

Services will be conducted 
from a funeral home in Wood 
stock Sunday with interment 
there. 


(Asterisks denote event is open Anna E. Anderson 


Anna E. Anderson, 60, died 
of cancer Feb. 18 in a hospital 
Pa. Funeral 
her home in Grass Flat, Pa., 
her husband, Gust 


F.i 


died yesterday at Presbyterian 
Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital| 
after a long illness. 

Dr. Jackson was the youngest 
of six brothers, four of whom) 
became Presbyterian ministers. 
Four of six nephews have been 
ordained in the church. 

Dr. Jackson was a Commis 
sioner of the General Assembly | 
of the Presbyterian Church in) 
1940 and moderator of the Balti-| 
more Presbytery in 1951 and| 
1952. 

Survivors include his widow, 
a daughter, Margaret Louise, 
and four brothers, William C. 
Jackson of Washington; the 
Rev. Dr. Elisworth E. Jackson, 
Philadelphia; Ralph R. Jackson, 
‘Springfield, Pa.. and the Rev. 
‘Dr. Samuel A. Jackson, Brook. 
lyn, N. Y, 


Anderson, has been in the coal) 


630 “a0 mining business many years. 


Survivors include six chil- 


+ dren, James W. Anderson, for-| 


‘mer employe in the advertis- 
department of The Wash- 
ington Post and Times Her- 
ald: Robert D. Anderson and 
Mrs. James Wood, both of Ar- 
Mrs. Carroll Griffith 
of Aiken, S. C.. Mrs. Edward 
of Essex, Md., and 


and nine grandchildren. 


in fact as well as in statement. 


po———Of 1000 consecutive Gawler Fumerals mmm 
over half cost less than $700 

less than $400 
$400 to $700 


Weshingtes end Area’ 


about 30. Monday—PFalr ond slighty | 


ntiatia.m mini- | 


4.25 D. mm 
-eeeotte ri bat | 
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ntai 


34 per ce 


525 cost eT feds De 


Maximu 
mn 
are 
diness tnd 
the moun 
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of service. 


€ OSEPH 

sons, Tc. 
FUNERAL DIRECTORS 
1756 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. 


Telephone: NA. 85512 
COURTESY PARKING OPPOSITE 


N.W, 


Teday—Mostis | 
sunny. #ith high near 45. Lew tonient | 9° 


Warmer Saturday's atts humidity: | 


National Weather Summary 


Weds: Neréth weet at 20 to 30 miles an 


ty: Good 
_ ene year ace-—Migh 50 


ate Bos ad Tides-—Oun rises at) 


low 
sat pm is Qs uphtie| 


ineers). 
yesterday: 


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of neaiate’ tantes 


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since 


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Pree.’ L. Pree. 


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New Orleans 
New York 


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Oe See eden 6 rem nee age 6-9 ere. eperene- 


1 sity Hospital. 


lw atherine E. Gass and 
* Vawters, both of Washington, 
‘land two grandchildren, Capt. 


Constantine Viahos 


Constantine Viahos, 74 a 
native of Greece who worked in 
restaurants here in the 1930s, 
died of a stroke Thursday at 
Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

When Mr. Viahos first came 
to this country in about 1904, he 
was a candy maker for Viangas 
Brothers in Baltimore. Later he 


‘Visible Lunch on N. Capitol st. 

He is survived by his wife, 
Georgia; seven children, Sophia 
‘Callas, Olga Priovolos, Ana- 
stasia Fontanilla, Anna Bishop, 
and Nicholas, William and Mi- 
‘chael Viahos, all of the Washing- 
ton area, as well as eight grand- 
children and one great-grand- 
child. 

Services will be held at 1 p. m. 
‘Tuesday at Sts. Constantine 
a and Helen Greek Orthodox 
Church, 4115 16th st. nw. Burial 
will be at Ft. Lincoln Cemetery. 


Katherine T. McKitrick 


Katherine T. McKitrick, vice 
president of the Children's Aid 
Society for 18 years, a private 
nurse here for 27 and a resi- 
dent of Washington all her life, 
died of pneumonia Wednesday 
at George Washington Univer- 
She was 74. 

Mrs. McKitrick lived at 900 
FE. Capitol st. Her husband, 
John William MceKitrick, a 
Washington businessman, died 
in 1925. 

She leaves two daughters, 

ay M. 


F. C. Gass, stationed with the 


’ Air Force in Japan, Ralph W.). 


Vawters of Washington. 


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LO OLA LL LLL ALL LL LL AI me ee snes ene 


re ee ne er en ee 


4 Dressen 
Benches Self, 
Hires Jurges 


As Coach 


By Bob Addie 
Stef! Reporter 


ORLANDO. Feb. 25—Chuck 


post 


FINANCIAL 
STAMPS, TRAVEI 
SCHOOLS’ 
CROSSWORD 


The Washington 


Times Berald 


ports 


. 
SUNDAY, 


FEBRUARY 26, 1956 


today which took the spotlight 
off the official opening of the 
1956 Washington training camp. 
| He announced that he is tak- 
‘ing himself off the 
jlines for the first 
career. 

At the same time Dressen said 
ihe had hired Billy Jurges, for- 
mer Chicago Cubs and New 
\York Giants infielder, as a 
peene h 
| Jurges 
| stop. 


coaching 
time in his 


short 
spin at 


mostivy plaved 
but also had a 
second and third base 
i Jurges lives in Alexandria 
i\Va., and operates a miniature 
igolf course there. He also heads 
the Alexandria Little League 
| Dregen, was the third 
base coach for the Brooklyn 
‘Dodgers when he managed 
|them, and for the Nats last year. 
said he made his decision be- 
‘cause he wanted to pay more 
jattention to his potential “Whiz 
iKids” before they became “Fizz 
Kids.” 
| “Here's the way it is” Dres- 
sen said, as his eye wan- 
idered over the 23 men who At. 
itended the first practice. “I've 
\got a lot of green kids this year 
;and they're going to make a lot 
of mistakes 

“If I'm coaching at third 
haven't got time to stop 
‘game and tell them what 
did wrong. | can do a lot 
in the dugout where I can be 
sort of detached from the game 
and yet be a part of it 

“ll never thought the time 
would come when I wouldn't be 
active but necessary now 
for the good of the team 
| Chuck's de probably 
be influenced by President 

Ivin Griffith, who was always 

in ioe or of Dressen being a 
— manager 

essen said he thought his 
l assistant. Cookie Lava- 
probably would replace 
him at third base 

With Dressen “benched,” the 
gre 8 only American League manager 
Joe Holup Limited who now coaches at third is 


Lou. Boudreau, of the Kansas. 

To 13; May ‘er Has 25 City Athletics. Lou, however, 

doesn't make a practice of it 

DURHAM, N. C., Feb. 25— preferring to direct his strategy 
Duke outraced George Washing- 


from the bench. He went to 
ton here tonight before 4000 


the coaching lines last season 
fans, 90-71. Each team now has only as an inspirational gesture 
an 186 sé€ason record 


when the A's were floundering 
Duke teamed GW's All-Amer- He is reported to be anxious to 
ica center, Joe Holup, with six- go back to the bench 
foot seven-inch Junior Morgan’ Chuck may go back to the 
in front and six-foot five-inch lines under the same .circum 
Jim Newcome in back and lim- stances. To Dressen, benching 
ited Holup to 13 points, one of himself is a serious thing. He 
his lowest outputs of the season. recalled ruefully that when he 
Ronnie Mayer led Duke with was a coach for the Yanks and 
25 points and Morgan contrib Dodgers, he was the man on 
uted 17. Joe Petcavich was 


third 
GW's high man with 15. Duke’ The first 
out-rebouded GW, 69 to 45, and confined to a 
led at halftime, 4036 practice and limbering-up drill 
He thus became the second GEORGE WASHINGTON UDressen began work imme 
highest scorer in Maryland ».,...uwne se STATE PE BBS TF diately in drilling the pitchers 
history with a four-year total a 


| 
’ 
Maening Sf : on covering first base on bunts 

‘2 - : “M ' 7 = 

Stidham Thrown of 1415. Gene Shue holds the ir kt : ; Among the players who pat 
record with 1578 : “3 ticipated in the first workout 
informed Al > " Abernat! Dick 

. Kessler, 6-foot i were red pernathy. " 

sident of salen broke his own school « +: Brodowski, Bob Chakales, Tru 

deci bound recora hy one With i 

events 


‘man Clevenger, Al Curtis. Hal 
lie was given a rousing ova 
were 


who 


al 


tn 
[Netpues | 


the 


they 


: 


INP Boundphote 


Ace finished second and Fabius took third. Gun 
Shot was fourth, , Happy New Year fifth. 


is 


SWEEPING ON TO VICTORY — Needies, 


Florida-bred favorite, passes Golf Ace near the 


finish and sweeps on to victory by 2% lengths in 
area Be Flamingo Stakes at Hialeah, Fla. Gelf | 


sian 


his ecard 3 
With Shirley Povich 


To Whom It May Concern: 


~~"WHEN CHUCK DRESSEN “scans his roster of 
ington pitchers, he will be relieved of one worry: over- 
confidence. The 16 men listed as Nats’ pitchers won a 
total of 25 games in the majors last season... The 
Bowie track already is being swamped with reservation re- 
quests for in anticipation of 
Nashua's ance in the $100,000 
Campbell ee 1wenty-three 
obviously amateur golfers 
have signed up for a three-week tour 


x. 
getto, 


TE? «wok 
'* Geis 


of 


George Washington 
product who set a fresh 
41 
points the first time he wore a 


Maryland uniform, 2] 
points last night. 


scoring record with 


shows day's activity was 


the scored limited batting 


(,eorgeto mi 


pore were fears enro 


ine. CGifte are far ian Six 


r admigsion-can 3-inch senior 
| draft choice 
were ort with him in salary 
sAa000 differ mpay..,. in 


the the 


cent of the app 


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pre 

lockeys 
final 

There 


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h. the Redskins No jumped 
the . ia 


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fart ence 
obtained from 
public 
Basemen 
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nlayvers 


in Nermott deal. the Nats reia- 
. ms 
fact that Second . 


was 


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By Pidtieck ~~ ” ——ee  «¢ 
Siatt-Reporter With 21 Points 
, By Dave Brad 
Feb. 25—Winds of gale force, ' 7 
; . ° , 
which caused one jockpy to be Bob Kessler played his fare- 
| well performance before Col- 
‘and another to fall with his 
t rougnt ' 
mount, brought about the can was the leading man as Mary: 
) land closed out its regular 
‘ninth events here today. 
+) ’ a) eytir P< ’ .. ’ rie : . . 
of the 19 best courses in England and | §s Steward Andrew R - Geersetown 
France under the aegis of Gene Sara- | tristan. often opine over Weorg n. 
Sage he. ¢ Kessler, 
per golfer, Via TWA -» A break- ,and Patsy Grant, who represent 
down of all the charges against the Jockey Guild. announced ™an 
if he took all éxpense money 'was “too hazardous to attempt 
: : . ate 7) 
to ride—oOver a raci strip al 
complained of, he was overpaid an » FIGC—OVEr & racing p an 
ind that had a velocity of 62 
When vn dropped football les an hour.” 
im 1950, 1! that liment and alumni gifts 
: * . . ligar he on- ul ; tinen 
oniyvy JU per Dovié. 
rolied ... Ed Vere 
and the two Griggs, Ralph Groves, Dick 
talks. Another cancelled tion as he left the game with | 
compling the biographies of Stobbs. Rob Wiesler Dean 
Jockey George Stidham, rid John Sandbower. Marvliand's ' Stone, John Valmas, Alex Gor- 
tions department overlooked Ly : 
- Ted Sadowski and Garland 
ts ' 
' ‘ hit 302 yen , ' 
Herb Plews, who hi 02 at Denver up strongly down the back the game on personal fouls with 


Kessler Shows W ay | 
CHARLES TOWN, W. Va 
Gta Reporter 
swept off his stumbling horse 
lege Park fans last night and 
cellation the eighth and 
season with a 7261 vietory 
piate 
zen in July. The cost is only $1596 ‘with Jockeys Freddie Kratz 
High 
Wes Santee by the AAI that ithat the riders decided that it 
| -e kie deep in mud, and facing a 
average of S68 per appearance ‘* iZ - win ne 
might ‘dec! higher years ago, and 
own. of 
to Canada because 
an eae Hyde, Bunky Stewart, Chuck 
fans in attendance a minute to go 
an] the Mickey M« y 
Yanks » dey, Bobby Brown, Doug Clark 
in the sixth event, was moving siven a bic hand when he left 
team at Illinois 


captain of the val 


] Shiffiet. all pitchers: Ed Fit 
stretch, when he appeared to 4 minutes left. He scored 6 rn 


‘ cerald, Bob Oldis and Jim 
be lifted off the 3-year-old, and’ points irs a 1) Schindler, catchers; Infielder 
thrown heavily in the path of| Junior Bob O’Brien who will a Harmon Killebrew, and Out- 
flying hoofs. The veteran's head be expected to carry the scor- fielder Jim Lemon. 
was buried in the mud-—while| ing load next season, scored 19 
assistant starters rushed to his points as Maryland completed 
aid a clean sweep of its Big Three 
when I didn't know any better . Rocky Marciano complains After a hurried examination Cup games with Georgetown 
that he has seen little on television that folks @* the track infirmary Stidham and George Washington before 
don't recognize him on the street. In contrast to such as ee ordered to the ¢ harles ° crowd of 5000. | 

ones own Hospital for examination, Missett Held te 7 
Tiger Jones, who has been on national TV hookups 10 times . nore it was disclosed he suf-| Center Joe Missett of George- 
in the last year, the world heavyweight champion has been fered only minor bruises. town, who had been averaging 
on coast-to-coast TV only twice in his life ... Being a mem- Like Riding a Sailboat over 20 points, was held to 7 
ber of the Atlantic Coast Conference was a rewarding ex- ; by Perry Moore and Drew 
periencé for the University of Virginia last season despite Jockey Sidney Malloy, aboard 


Schaufler. 
its 1-9 record. The school got a $14,000 cut out of Maryland's oyal Restive, fell in the pre- 


The Heyas used a zone de- 
vious event at identically the fense and troubled the Terra- 
appearance in the Orange Bow! and a $6000 share of the came spot. The youngster said 
Duke-Carolina TV receipts ... The Yankees are newly. con- 


pins in the first half. The score 

his mount appeared to stumble was tied six times before 

cerned over Irv Noren’s cartilageless knees, both operated end he could not retain his O’Brien scored 5 points in a 

on last fall. He has asked for a delay in his March 1 report- 5°! “ ate — He also nr eh oat rome die a 28-23 

es | : ’ escaped wi only minor in- lead wi minutes remaining. 

ing date... The town’s best sports picture gallery now dec- series and cancelled the re- A foul goal by Reaslen— tale 

orates Goldie Ahearn’s Charcoal Steak Shop... Behind mainder of his mounts. lith point—gave Marviand its 
Clint Courtney's demand for more pay from the Nats is Several jockeys were 

his record as the AL's leading pinchhitter last year with a 
545 average ... Tom Harp, the Massillon, Ohio, high school 


ques- biggest point spread, and then 

See CHARLES, Page C7, Col. 4: See MARYLAND, pge C3, Col. 4 
coach who was signed by Ear! Blaik as a West Point assistant, 
has a special He will help recruit for Blaik in the 


Ohio schoolboy area. 


Dodgers, 


©| @¥evere~-w 


whose hitting slumped to a 
929 last season after he changed his stance, explains the 
hetter “feel” of the bat this spring by saying: “I am putting 


my fect together and just swinging like I did in the days 


— 
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| SIDEBARS—Roy Sievers, 
as yet unsigned, called Calvin 
Griffith yesterday and said 
he would report next Wednes- 
day ... His mother is ill in 
a St. Lowis hospital... 
Connie Grob, the No. 1 draft 
choice, was grounded in 
Chicago because of bad weath- 
er. Abernathy is wear- 
ing a leather brace on his 
left wrist ... It was broken 
when Ted was batting in the 
Venezuelan league this win- 
ter... The wrist was in a 
cast for 10 weeks ... Ted says 
it's a bit stiff and hampers 
him in fielding but doctors 
have told him he will suffer 
no ill effects... Pete Runnels 
watched the workout today 
and expects to get into uni- 
| form by Monday. 


Ronnie Shavlik 
Breaks Wrist 


RALEIGH, WN. C., Feb. 25 
Ronnie Shavlik, brilliant 6 foot,| 

inch center for North Caro-| 
lina State's sixth-ranked basket- 
ball team, broke his left wrist! 
in a game with Wake Forest 
jonight, ending his collegiate 
career. 

Dr. Eugene H. Harer, team 
physician, said Shavlik’s wrist) 
was broken during the second | 
half of tonight's game, won by! 
State 80-78 in overtime. The) 
doctor said the wrist would 
have to be in a cast for six 
weeks. That ruled him out of 
next week's Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference tournament, 


been so 


value 


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Charts of Saturday’s Big Races 


Hialeah’s Flamingo 
MIAMI, Fla., Feb. 25 ‘*—Here is the at’ for the $100,000 | 
added Flamingo Stakes at Hialeah Park. ) 


Copyright, 1956, by Triangle Publications. Inc. (The Morning Telesranph) 


EDDIE MACHEN, young California heavyweight, has won 
all of his 12 fights, 10 by knockouts, despite the fact that 
television showed him leading with his right throughout his 
last bout . Wes Santee’s amateurism was never disputed 
when he was getting the equivalent of $2500 a year from 
Kansas U. in scholarship grants... Jim Finks’ Pittsburgh 
friends say he was determined neyer to return to the ems YLAMies- Bisninteee (One and. ongcelanth | ah 
Steelers. whose fans booed him so lustily last season. He Purse. $100,000 a ded. wen! Ht at 6:20, Off at At 20h 
signed as quarterback coach with Notre Dame . . . The i L. 


Santa Anita Handicap 
ARCADIA, Calif., Feb. 25 “—Here is the chart for the 


$100,000 added Santa Anita Handicap. 


(Coprrisht. 1956. by Trianele Pub.. Inc. (Daily Racins Form.) 
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up. Puree. $100.900 added 456 Off at 4°57, Start coed 
4 easily ~ Re. poe ’ i »' ‘ . So 
Dorothy Brown. Trained by W. Molter 2 044. 


chevy Wat. P 
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stars ont Wes | 
Noodle suo “y “jack His Trained by tiga Time. ete ay PORdee 
emphasis on pro-style offense that new Coach Tommy Mont ’ ARTA ay, 
is installing at Maryland should be well-received by local | iPitit®* °:':::2:°:°; PS@BYeoe) 7 
fans. Former Terrapin Ronnie Waller, ball-carrying ace of |}. + * * aepeeee 
the Los Angeles Rams last season, I at College Park help- ’, 

ing Mont in spring practice ,.. The cold war between Al 
Weill, manager of Rocky Marciano and President Jim Norris 
of the International Boxing Club is now so heated they do 
not speak ... Vie Seixas says he would heave his tennis 
racquet into complete retirement if somebody would offer 


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| MIAMI, Fila. Feb ARCADIA, Calif., Feb. 25 # 
| Florida-born Needles, rocketing The feared Swaps elected to 
down Hialeah's léng home- stay out of the race today and 
stretch at a pace none of his Bobby _Brocato, the betting 
opponents could match, won the favorite, took advantage of the 
$148,806 Flamingo Stakes to- occasion to score a run-off vie 
day to establish himself as a tory in the $135,000 Santa 
lid - Anita Handicap 
solid candidate for the year’s’ Running before 62,500 fans, 
friple Crown honors. the largest handicap day cro=4 
A crowd of 33.287 saw Nee- Since the epic Noor itetion 
dies, with his task made easier Gvel in 1950, Mr. and Mrs. T. M, 
by a Spound weight adva 


given Florida-bred racers 
past Winding Way 
Golf Ace to win the mi 
furlong handicap 
lengths. Calumet Farm's Fabius -- 
was third in the field of 15 Kerr's Bobby Brocato made it 

Needles, who *won $129,805 practically a wire to wire 
last year, became a prime triumph and finished some six 
pect for the Kentucky Det lengths in front of Turk'’s De. 
and other rich 3-year-old stakes light. Honews Alibi was third. 
later in the year wi his stir The time for the mile and one- 
ring victory. His next big race quarter was 2:04 35 over a 
probably will be the $100,000 track tabbed slow 


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Johnny Longden, scoring his 
fourth victory in this 19th run- 

Maine Chance Farm's Gunning of the famed hundred 
Shot, favorite with stablemate grander, was aboard the 5-year- 
Busher’s Idol at 9 to 5 in the old hard-hitting Bobby Brocato, 
betting, finished fourth and’ The payoff across the board 
Mrs. J. R. H. Theuron’s Happy was $6.70, $3.70 and $2.90 for the 
New Year was fifth, coming winner: $3.90 and $3 for Turk’s 
from dead last in the final half Delight, and $4 for the W-L 
mile. Ranch's Honeys Alibi. 

Once Needles tu Alfred G. Vanderbilt's Social 
tremendous speed. the Outeast, racing for the second 
no doubt about the final time in a week in an $109.000 

The bay son of Ponder c'assic—the Widener in Fior- 
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advantage gave the Flo: 
the edge. 


Pays $7.20 


Needles ran the mile and an since 
eighth in 1:45 25, with fractions in August, he easily 
of :222/5, :4535, 1:101'5 and Whipped Bobby Brocato at a 
| 352 5. The track record for mile and one-sixteenth 
the distance is 1:47 1/5. He paid The absence of the pride of 
$7.20. Golf Ace. running as a California, who would have 
field horse with Nan’s Mink and been the big betting favorite, 
Toby B., paid $11.60 to place. robbed the handicap of much 
The show price on Fabius was of its excitement 


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THE WASHINGTON POST 
and TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, February 26, 1956 


C2 eee 
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Ten Teams Play 
In Potomac River 
Tournament 


Ten teams will compete in the 
Potomac River Naval Com- 
mand men’s basketball tourna- 
ment, which begins Monday at 
the National Naval Medical 
Center in Bethesda. 

Four teams will play in the 


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women's division of the tourna-! 


ment. with Patuxent River 
Naval Air Station Waves 
favored to retain the title they 
won last year. 

Naval Receiving Station faces 
Rureau of Ordnance at 10:30 
a. m. and tournament favorite 
Naval Medical Center meets 
Powder Factory of Indian Head, 
Md. at 4:30 p. m. in first 
round games Monday. 


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the Nats scratches his head 


HIS PITCHING PROBLEMS—Manager Chuck Dressen of 


as he poses with six of his 


pitchers in spring camp at Orlando, Fla., yesterday. Charlie 


hopes he finds answers to his pitching problems in this 
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HANDICAP—F. Pg. I-€ 


Bobby Brocato 
Triumphs by 


Four Lengths 


handicap. The slowest was the 
2:05 2/5 raced in the slop by Bay 
View. a longshot whose $116.40 
payoff is still the largest of the 
series 

In announcement over the 
loudspeaker thart Swaps was 
out brought a roar of disap 
pointment. It was reminiscent 
of years ago when Seabiscuit 
the magnet at the time, would 
be declared out under simila: 
circumstances, Once the tracks 
took ads in morning papers to 
announce that Seabiscuit would 
not run, and large placards 
were posted at the gates with 
the same notice. 

Owner Rex C 
Swaps owner, said: 


Elisworth, 


“We deeply regret that we 


had to declare our horse from 
the Santa Anita Handicap. 

“Our reasons for doing s0 
are. in essence, the same as 
given out yesterday. It was a 
matter of the horse's condition 
and the condition of the track 
We did not feel that it would 
have been fair to him orto the 
public to have run him.” 

Swaps may run béfore the 
meeting closes, Ellsworth said. 
in the Santa Barbara Handicap 
March 7 or in the mile and 
one-half San Juan Capistrano 
for a $100,000 added purse, on 
closing day March 10. 

Swaps’ deflection erased any 
possibility of a comparison. 
justified or not, with his arch 
rival, Nashua. A week ago So. 
cial Outcast lost by a head to 
Nashua and everfvéne wanted 
to see what would happen be. 
tween Social Outcast and the 
California colt. 


Hawks Whip | 
Knicks, 99-89 


NEW YORK, Feb. 25 "~The 

Louis Hawks, driving for 
the third and last playoff spot 
the 


St 


in the Western Division of 

National Basketball Associa 

tion, defeated the New York 

Knickerbockers, 99-89. in a na 

tionally televised game this 
ternoon 

os VP New Vert 


- put 


One in 


Profilesof New Nats... 


group. Left to right: Al Curtis, Truman Clevenger, Ted 
and lefthanders Chuck 
Bob Weisler and Dean Stone. 


Abernathy and Dressen., 


> 


a Series 


ALPHEUS LEE CURSOS. pitcher. once aspired to a football 
career_.and was a promising backfield prospect at Furman Uni- 


versity where he still attends schoo! in the off season. . 


He's 


a senior and is majoring in biology and physical education... 


His backfield enach at 
\Mieade 
Redskin star 


Furman was 
former University of Maryland and 


Jim 


He hac a “Junior” on his name which he 


never uses. 
a husky boy standing 62 and 
pounds .. 
makes his home in Gaffney, 
he was born... He was first 


"Prefers to be call 


ed “Al.” He's 
weighing 195 


. He'll be 26 on March 16 


Ss. C.. where 
spotted play- 


ing semipro and American Legion ball and 
was signed by a Boston Red Sox scout. 
Sent to San Jose in 1951 and pitched only 


one game—but it was a good one.. 


_He Al Curtis 


fanned 19 men in a game against Stockton 


e in 1952 


the 


Promoted to Loulsvil! 
he won 9 and lost 13 for 


and posted a 9-6 record. In 1953, 
Colonials ... Hurt his arm in 


1954. And appeared in only 17 games, winning three and losing 


hve 
In 1955. he did better, winr 


has two daughters, 6 and 1.. 


ling 19 and losing Rg. 
tryout last spring with the Red Sox but failed to stick... 
First aspired to a football career and went a year and a ha 
to Duke before he switched to Furman. 


. had a 


if 
. He's married and 
. His hobbies are all sports and 


he hopes to become a coach after his baseball career is over. 


Maryland, Texas 
Play in 1959-1960 


In his first big transaction 
since taking over as athletic 
director, Bill Cobey an- 
nounced yesterday that he 
has arranged a two-game 
football series with Texas, 
No. 1. attraction of the 
Southwest Conference. 
This will be Maryland's 
first meeting with Texas 

The first game will be 
at Austin on the night of 
Sept. 26. 1959. The second 
game will be played at Col- 
lege Park, Sept. 24, 1960 
Texas is the alma mater of 
Maryland President Wilson 
Hi. Elkins, who played quar- 
terback for the Longhorns 
in 1930 when they won the 
Ll 


le 

Cobey said he is hopeful 
of getting UCLA back on 
the schedule by 1959, too 


-_—_ ee ——_— 


Ohio State Stuns 
Illinois, 87-84 


COLUMBUS. Ohio 
rT nranked Onin State 
smashed Illinois’ 14-came win 
ning streak tonight, 87-44. and 
the first glain on the Ii 
linis Big Ten basketball rec 


Feb. 95 


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& 4 Reerhialé « 
S18 Breene 


7 38 ae Tetals 


Kentucky Routed 


MONTGOMERY, .Ala, Feb 


(25 w—Alabama. led by center 


Jerry Harper with 37 points, 
walloped Kentucky 101-77 to 
night and took a firmer hold 
on the. Southeastern Confer-| 
ence basketball lead. 


_— oro 


» second-ranked 


All-America Robin Freeman. 


‘ with 43 points, paced the Buck 


eyes to the upset triumph over 
Illinois, winner 
of 10 league games. 


Eleventh Ace 
ATLANTA, Feb 
golf bugs talk for 
their lives about a 
but Clyde Spinks, 
retired Atlanta 


24 2 Most 


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PULLING AN OLD GAG ON A NEW SALESMAN... 


YESSIR, BOYS, JUS’ ONE CALL AN/I ‘Ve. 


GOT AN ORDER FOR 280 STORES. CLOSED 


HEH! OLD PHINEAS AIN'T BEEN 
ACTIVE FOR THIRTY YEARS. YOU 


\ 


THE DEAL WITH OL’ PHINEAS 


—Bob Addie. 


i home 


| Feb. 25 #—With the major |the steam early 


week, base- 


Training Starts 


Fans Ask 
Baseball 


Questions 


‘By Joe Reichler 
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. 
league training season ready 
to open on all fronts this 
bal l-h€ngry ; 
fans across 
the country 
are asking 


|/more ques- 


tions than 
the master of 
ceremonies 
of a tele 
vision quiz 
program. 
Here are 


some of those McDermott 


heard most frequently: 


ee 
Stobbs, 


FLAMINGO—F. Pg. 1-€ 


Needles Wins, 
Golf Ace 
Runs Second 


117 pounds to 122 for all the 
others. The weight allowance 
came through a Florida State 
Racing Commission rule giving 
breds this concession. 
Needies was foaled at Dixie 
Stables near Ocala. 


The rule was adopted years 
ago to encourage thoroughbred 
breeding in this state and pro- 
vides that Florida breds get 
this concession in all open com- 
petition except handicap races.; 

The five pounds figured 


$22,320 a pound in the winner's - 


share of $111,600 net. Second 
place finisher earned $20,000. 
with $10,000 for third and $5000 
for fourth 

After Happy New Year came 
Pete's Folly, Liberty Sun, Espea. 
Nail, Nan’s Mink, Toby B., Law- 
less, Mark's Rickey Busher's 
idol and Skeptical Kid in that 


order. 


Bullis Prep 
Beats Plebes 


ANNAPOLIS, Md., Feb. 25 # 
Forward Dick Kepley paced 
Bullis Prep to its 18th victory of 
‘the season today in handing 
ithe Navy Plebes their third loss 
84-73 

Kepley scored 18 points and 
snared 25 rebounds for the 
twice-beaten Bullis team. 

Navy's John Mascali was 
game high scorer with 26 points 

Jay Metzler got three quick 
tap-ins as the visitors jumped 
off to an early lead and were 
ahead, 44-30, at half time 

Bullis has lost only to the 
Army Pilebes and the Maryland 
freshmen while Navy's Plebes 
previously to the Maryland 
frosh and the Virginia year! 
ings 

It was the first time since 
1945 that Bullis defeated the 
Plebes. Kepley, besides pacing 
Bullis in scoring, snared 25 re 
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ANNAPOLIS, Md. Feb. 25 
Navy's once-beaten wres- 
tlers jumped off to an early lead 
today and outscored Lehigh, 
20-13 

Ed Zabrycki actually wrapped 
up the victory in the 177-pound 
match when he pinned Art 
Schaeffer in 40 seconds with a 


the rest of cradle hold. The score was 15-10, 
hole-in-one. 
70-year-old was the sixth of the season for 
| businessman, 
shot his eleventh today. 


Navy, before that. The victory 


the Middies who have lost only 
to Penn State. Lehigh now has 
a 63 record. ) 
Swimmers Triumph | 

ANNAPOLIS, Md., Feb. 25 # 
Navy took seven of 10 first 
places today and won a 58-26 


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Ada L. Rice’s Call Me Lucky 
was a late scratch. 

David Erb who rode Needles 
said he ran “the way I antici 
pated the race. I hit him about 
four times to keep his mind on 
his business but he’s not much 
of a stick horse—that is he gives 
you everything he's got so will. 
ingly when you ask there's no 
point in hitting him.” 

“Five pounds made no differ- 
ence” Erb added. “He'll have a 
lot to say about the races com- 
ing up.” 

Needles trainer, Hugh Fon 
laine, said, “I never had a big 
ger thrill. | was glad he had 
the Spound allowance, but I 
don't think he needed it. Erb 
gave him the best ride he ever 
had.” 

Ike Mourar, trainer for Maine 
Chance Farms, said, “I thought 
it was a great race and ! don't 
think we had any excuse.” 
Nail Chuck It 

Hediey Woodhouse, jockey on 
Mrs. Anson Bigelow’'s Nail, last 
years juvenile champion, said 
he thought his mount was going 
great. “then he chucked it at 
the 3-46 pole. That Needles, he 
really settied into high gear 
from the eighth pole home, 
didn't he?” 

Bobby Ussery, jockey on Gun 
said, “We got mouse 
trapped on the first turn but 


* that didn’t make the difference 
He was running but 
|his usual speed. This wasn't his 


not with 
race today.” 

Needies earned $2,000 in an 
earlier race this month and to- 
day's victory pushed his total 
winnings to $243,405 

Hialeah went all out to make 


‘Flamingo Day the usual color- 


ful occasion, with decorations 
in pink to match the flock of 
700 birds who make their home 
on an island in the infield lake 

Even the programs were 
printed on pink paper, napkins 
and table decorations were in 
the same color, and many of the 
patrons wore pink. 

Jockey Willie Hartack, last 
year's champion rider with 417, 
rode three winners today, on 
Do Report in the third, Pintor 
Lea in the fourth and Ocean 
Lane in the ninth, giving him 


swimming victory from Pitt to,a total of 46 for the Hialeah 


1. Can the Brooklyn Dodg- 
ers avoid the feeling of over- 
confidence and complacency 


_ that helped deflate the New 


York Giants last. year and/or 


| will old age finally catch up 
| with the Brook veterans 
| end 


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their championship 
reign’? 

2. Which team got the bet- 
ter of the big winter trade be- 
tween Cleveland and Chi- 
cago’? Did the Indians sacri- 
fice too much power for 
Shortstop Chico Carrasque!l? 
Or did the White Sox leave 
themselves vulnerabie at 
shortstop in their anxicty to 
get the much-needed ieft- 
handed batting strength of 
Larry Doby? 

3. DOES the acquisition of 
Lefty Maury McDermott from 
Washington mean another 
New York Yankee pennant, 
just as the “steal” of right- 
handers* Bob Turley and Don 
Larsen from Baltimore helped 
the Yanks last year? 

4. With Ted Williams ap- 
parently due to make his first 
opening day appearance in 
five years, can baseball's 
greatest hitter provide the 
punch and inspiration to lead 
the improved Boston Red Sox 


. 


to their first pennant in 10. 


years?’ 

5. Will the kiddie Cards of 
St. Louis come of age under 
the new leadership of Frank 
Lane and Fred Hutchinson 
and is the Redbird pitching, 
even with the return of 
“Vinegar Ben” Mizell, strong 
enough to lift them out of the 
second division” 


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6. CAN Cleveland's veteran 
big three of Farly Wynn, Bob 
Lemon and Mike Garcia, all 
well past 30, continue to hold 
the Indians together and can 
Al Rosen_and Bobby Avila 
rebound after disastrous s¢ea- 
sons? 


_— 


ne Can Billy 
the depleted forces of 
Giants; who wound up the 
1955 season with only two 
regulars in the lineup—Willie 
Mays and Don Mueller—as in- 
juries sidelined Alvin Dark, 
Davey Williams, Wes Wes- 
trum and others while old 
age caught up with Sal Mag- 
lie and Monte Irvin’ 

8 Will Charlie Dressen's 
all-out youth movement on 
the Washington Senators 
lift the Nats out of the Amer- 
ican League cellar? 


Rigney rally 
the 


9. HAVE such stars as Gene 
Conley, Curt Simmons, Carl 
Erskine, Bobby Shantz, Mel 
Parnell. Vie Wertz. Joe Ad- 
cock, Bobby Thomson, Billy 
Loes, Granny Hammer, Irv 
Noren, Jimmy (Greengrass, 
Frank Smith, Dark and Wes- 
trum recovered from injuries 
and illness that robbed them 
of their usual efficiency last 
year? 

10. Will the so-called “soph- 
omore jinx” prove insur- 
mountable for rookie-of-the- 
year winners Herb Score of 
Cleveland and Bill Virdon of 
St. Louis and such freshmen 
standouts as Ken Boyer, Jack 
Meyer, Elston Howard, John- 
ny Kucks, Billy Klaus, Hal 
Smith, Gus Triandos, Hector 
Lopez, Don Bessent, Roger 
Craig, Frank Lap, Larry 
Jackson, Luis Arroyo and 
Sam Jones? 


11. WILL their performance 
on the field match the ad- 
vance ballyhoo for newcomers 
such as Chicago's Luis Apar- 
icio and Joe Dahike, Cincin- 
nati's Charlie Rabe and Pat 
Scantlebury, Milwaukee's Red 
Murff, Frank Torre, and Wes 
Covington. Philadelphia's 
Jim Owens and Washington's 
host of newcomers? 


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Manhattan College turned on| 
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The visiting Jaspers got A3 of | 
their last 15 points from the! 
free throw line as the Middies 
sought to catch up from an 
18-point deficit after midway of! 
the second half. 

The Middies had a full-court) 
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Navy's Frank Petinas was 
high for the game, however, 
with 30. | 

The game see-sawed during 
the first half with each team 
holding leads at various points, 
but Manhatan led by five at in- 
termission and the& turned on 
the steam shortly after the sec- 
ond half started. 

Navy got as close at 8481 
with 2:21 left, but the Jaspers 
got enough free throws to stay 
out in front. Lombardo hit on 
seven of nine field goal at- . 
tempts and Petinos on 13 of 24 

The victory was the 15th of 
the season for Manhattan 
against six defeats. Navy now 
has won eight and lost nine. 

A crowd of 1900 in Dahigren 
Hall saw the Middies outscore 
Manhattan in field goals 33 to 
26. But Navy had only 19 free 
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ORLANDO, FLA., Feb. 25—Dizzy Trout, who has 
been a successful radio announcer in Detroit, may hook 
on with the Orioles as a relief pitcher . . . Trout and 
his agency couldn't see eye to eye so he got out of the 
broadcasting business. 


Virgil Trucks, traded to Detroit by the White Sox, reported 

g to camp early and in the best condi- 

| tion of his career... Like many 

- another veteran pitcher, Trucks may 

realize time is running out (he’s 36) 

and he must be in shape to get the 
most out of his arm. 


Although the late Clark Griffith 
himself was a “small” pitcher and 
admired little hurlers, nevertheless 
he always was partial to: six-footers 
on the mound... Griff would have 
loved this year’s pitching corps... 
Of the potential regulars, only Camilo 
Pascual, who is 5-9, is under six feet 
tall, 


Harmon Killebrew's bride of a few months, a lovely, pleas- 
ant girl of 19, had never been to Florida before she accom- 


panied her young husband here. 


BUNKY STEWART has pitched part of four seasons for 


the Nats but still has to win his first major league victory | 


., « He’s actually appeared in 37 games for Washington. 


Miami's new entry in the International League, the Marlins, 
isn't going to be popular with the Chamber of Commerce in 
wonderland ... The Marlins are going to train in Plant 
City. Fla, which isn’t too far from Orlando . .. What's the 
matter with Miami? 


Remember Clyde Goodnight, who played end for the Red- 
skins? ... He'll receive his medical degree this June... 
Officials of Miami University threaten to give up football if 
the pros should ever move into the Orange Bow|l—which is 
highly unlikely. 


Orange Bow! officials report that Oklahoma and Maryland 
received approximately $225,000 each for their football game 


Gil Shea, 


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Larsen Lose | 
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By Will Grimsley 
: NEW YORK, Feb, 25 #—Two 
'towering sons of Sweden, Sven’ 


‘Davidson and Ulf Schmidt, 


smothered America’s Art Lar-| 
‘sen and Gilbert Shea in straight 
‘sets today to set up the first! 
|all-foreign National Indoor ten-| 
nis final in 29 years. ; 
| Davidson, 26-year-old Davis 
Cup veteran playing his last 
vear of bigtime tennis, smashed 
|Larsen, former champion from) 
‘San Leandro, Calif.. 6—3, 6—4,/ 
| 6—2. Schmidt, 22-year-old! 
'Stockholm toy salesman, cut! 
down Shea, Los Angeles Davis’ 
Cup hope, 6—3, 6—4, 11—98. 

| It was one of the darkest 
‘days for American tennis in! 
ithree decades as the two! 
| Swedes, trained to the light-| 
ning-fast hardwood bounces) 
and indoor lighting, swept for- 
'ward without losing a service.| 
| The all-Sweden final is sched- 
juled at 2:30 p. m. (EST) tomor-| 
Tow at the Seventh Regiment 
|Armory, with the doubles final 
'following. 

| The last time Uncle Sam's 
| brightest stars were shut out 
|in the indoor final was in 1954 
when Davidson defeated Den- 
mark's Kurt Nielsen. You have 
to go back to 1927 to find an- 
other final in which America 
was not represented. That year 
'France’s Jean Borotra defeated 
his fellow countryman, Jacques 
|Brugnon. The previous year 
| France's Rene Lacoste beat Bo- 
rotra in another all-French 
final. 

The double defeat, although 
‘achieved on a surface more fa- 
miliar to the winter-bound 
\Seandinavians than to the 
Yanks, came as a severe blow 
ito America’s Davis Cup bopes. 


| George 


| honorable mention team 


GW’s Holup 
On Southern 
All-Stars 


RICHMOND, Va., Feb. 25 
(‘®—Five sharpshooters from 


as many colleges today were | 


named to the 1956 All-South- 
ern Conference basketball 
team. 

One of them is All-America 
Darrell Floyd of Furman, the 
Nation’s leading scorer. The 
team has two other nationally 
regarded performers in 
Washington's Joe 
Holup and West Virginia's 
Rod Hundley. 

Holup, a brawny center, has 
spent most of the season as 
the most accurate shooter in 
the college ranks. Hundley 
perhaps is the country’s most 
colorful college basketball 
star. 

Rounding out the team are 
Davidson's Hobby Cobb and 
Richmond’s Ed Harrison. 

The honor team was se- 
lected for the Associated 
Press by vote of area sports 


Ties for ACC Title 


| 


Wake Forest 


| RALEIGH, N. C., Feb. 25 ()}—Guard- Vic Molodet's field goal 
\with two seconds left in an overtime period gave North Carolina 


State a thrilling 80-78 win over 
jseum here tonight. 

A 
N. C. State will be seeded first 


fending champion. Both teams have 11-3 conference records. 
| Heroes were plentiful as the rivals } 
fair all the way. N. C. State was ahead, 37-33, at the half. 


N. C. State Defeats 


The win gave the Wolfpack a tie with North Carolina for the 
tlantic Coast Conference regular season championship, but’ 


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regulation game, and Wake 
Forest leading 76-72, Molodet 
hit a set shot, then intercepted 
a pass and drove in for a layup 
to tie the game at 76-76 and 
force an overtime. 

Guard John Maglio hit a lay-| 
up with 1:45 left in the over- 
time, but Wake Forest's Jackie 
Murdock tied the score with 
two free throws. N. C. State’ 
tried for one shot and missed, 
but Molodet came out with the 
rebound and sank the winning 
field goal. 


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the league's 10 squads. 

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Duke in Tourney 


RALEIGH, N. C., Feb. 25 & 
Defending champion North 
Carolina State will meet Clem. 
son at 7:30 p. m. in the open- 
ing game of the Atlantic Coast! 
Conference basketball tourna-| 
ment here next Thursday, 

This was announced tonight 
following the Wolfpack’s 80-78| 
overtime victory over Wake 
Forest. The win gave N. C. 
State a tie with North Caro.' 
lina for the ACC regular sea. 
son championship, but the’! 
Wolfpack drew top seeding 
since it is the defending cham. 
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By Maryland 
Larsen, 30-yearold world * " | The following pairings for 


| amateur barnstormer, is the Na- the Hoyas cut it back to 31-27 the tou — sment were sn- 
| tion’s No, 3 ranked player. Shea,'at intermission nounced: = Pp. m., Wake Forest 
‘a 27-year-old insurance sales-' Georgetown narrowed the ** South Carolina; 4 P. m., 


1 sacs North Carolina vs. V 
: ollege and so has Jumping ™4" who was a member of the gap to 33-36 in the first three — irginia: 
Bronke Nagurski has @ son in colleg _ United States Davis Cup squad minutes of the second half but 7:30 p. m., N. C. State vs. Clem 


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Joe attends Michigan State but at the moment his specialty | Both are regarded as strong cincik started hitting and the Maryland. 
is the high hurdles. | possibilities for the 1956 United Terrapins built up leads of 14 
States Davis Cup team nowiand 15 points before Coach 
that Tony Trabert, who whipped Bud Millikan began to use sub- 
Davidson in last year’s indoor) stitutes freely. Y . . . 
final, is a pro and Vie Seixas; The Hoyas finally came out Numb From Frostbite 
is flirting with retirement. ‘of the zone and played man for| BOSTON, Feb. 25 *—Tenle 

Davidson won the first two man late in the game and with’ Albright. 20-year-old Olym 6A 
sets with breaks in the sixth/five minutes left began a full skating champion, disclosed 
| game and fifth game of the two|court press which could notiday she suffered frostbite of 
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breezed through the final set as’ games. before the Winter games and 
Larsen’s game completely col-| Maryland is 14-9 for the regu-that they “still are o little 
lapsed. lar season with the Atlantic: numb.” 
| Sehmidt, his game tuned to Coast Conference tournament! The Radcliffe 
the boards and indoor lighting, coming up next Thursday at her skate-slashed 
beat the crewcut Californian Raleigh, N. C. 
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Freshmen Win 


The Maryland freshman bas- x.ciei.s 
ketball team closed its season! Beviss 
with a 7161 victory over - aan 
‘Georgetown last night at Col. 
lege Park. | 

Howie Fox, traveling secretary of the Nats, reports Chuck | ee aoe Ed p 4g em ( 
Dressen lost 28 balls on @ recent round of golf... Since > Susmaden . ne mega eed 
Chuck uses only new golf balls, he's probably out a month's ‘back from a 34-33 halftime def. W & L. in Tourne 
salary ... Dressen announces he's giving up golf anyway iicit. Danko scored 195 points' y 
now that apring training has opened ... The last golf hi- 


‘for the season, averaging 16.2.| ok 6 
jinks will be on March 5 when the Nats hold their annual |J@ck Nies of the Hoyas was the RICHMOND, Va., Feb. 25 @ 
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of the time Bill Terry was holding out for $20,000 . ... John 0 
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Seiad. ~~ a ae | games next Thursday, March 1, 
| Maryland posted an 8-4 rec." the Southern Conference's 
rd while Georgetown is 11-5. annual championship basketball 
m4. Freeh G pp Ournament, with seedings: | 
Malieck.¢ 4 | 2p. m.—Richmond (4) vs. Wil- 
eesret i and Mary (5); 4 p. m— 
Richards Washington (1) vs 
fashington and Lee (8): 7:30 
. m — West Virginia (2) vs 
avidson (7): 9:30 p. m-—Vir- 
inia Tech (3) vs. Furman (6), 


Bob Wiesler has only three major league victories to his 
credit but two have been over the Nats... And hasn't it 
escaped general notice that Early Wynn now has 201 victories 
to his credit, making him second only to Bob Feller who has 
296? ... And if Bob Lemon wins 19 games this year, Cleve- 
land probably will have a record in having three 200-game 


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ONEANTA. NW. Y. on, Jarosiay Drobny and Budge 
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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.’Ron Perry, Ted Henderson and 0" the European tennis circuit, | 

Parker-Gray High of Alexan- Feb. 25 *—Curtis Turner, a| Richie Guerin, defeated Hart- moved into the finals of Gallia 
dria advanced to the state veteran daredevil race driver | wick College, 89-81. here to- tournament today. ; | 
hampionships, defeating Union {rom Roanoke, Va., roared to night. The victory was the 42d) Drobny, playing out of Egypt, 
% P , \vietory today in the 160-mile'in 50 games for fhe Marines, |@¢feated Andres Hammersley 
of Bowling Green, 69-52, in the wascCAaR sanctioned race for Perry scored 23 points, Hen- ©f Chile, 7—5, 6—4, and Patty,| | 
final round of the Virginia In- jate model convertibles. ‘derson 21 and Guerin 20. Jim|ftom New York and Paris, elim- 
terscholastic Association, Dis We finished five miles ahead Schiekofer had 22 for Hartwick. inated Sweden's Torsten Jo 
trict 1, Group 2 basketball tour-| of his closest pursuer. | OF P Geantice Sartetss GPP hansson, 6—4, 8—10, 6—4. 
nament last night at Parker-| 4 veraging 96.11 miles an hour, j — ee eee 
Gray. Turner was never worse than Lai Andrews and Bolling 

In an afternoon game Hoff- second and Jed all but four of 0 ; 

a Gian Viewiale the 39 laps around the 4.1-mile ; Play in Benefit Today 
ira piace. | ourse. | 4 : 
Randolph of Glen Allen, OT gly nating Fe ype a gross. ' Andrews Air Force Base’s| 
The state tourney will be) nurse of $13,450. Glen (Fire- Rockets, paced by Lou Tsioro-|| 
played at Hampton, March 2)}311) Roberts collected $2375. poulos and Cliff Hagan, former | 

‘Herb Thomas $1450, Marvin Kentucky All-Americans, play |’ 

*' Panch-Danny Lepner $900 and| Bolling Air panes Base today, 3) 
eS mon scuoot sasneraatt | Boiling is ed by highacoring 

| When Turner wasn't leading} | SM. Anthony's ve. Priery at DeMaths. Ernie Wartiek My orth rho. 
his entry teammate, Joe Weath-'* ,, John's vs. John Carroll at De-jlina College, The game is be- 


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szavice foxr _ing played for the benefit of 
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Football Tackle Mike San- 
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as Maryland ended its season yw 
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Maryland, Atlantic Coast Con- Woodberry ‘Forest 

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schools, announced yesterday. 

The game had been scheduled 
for Tuesday, March 6, at Ritchie 
Coliseum. : 

In a letter to Pearce, the 
Catholie League said it would 


The Catholic League said it 
would be very much interested 
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SAN JOSE. Calif. Feb 
wW— Bill Russel! red 
points, his highest total! 
season, as the University of San 
Francisco, the Nation's j 
team, crushed the Santa Clara 
Broncos, 80-44. for the Dons 
47th straight basketball! victory 
here last night. 

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rebounds, out of which nba 
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Northwestern 
Retains Title 


Northwestern High 
the area schoolboy wrestling 
championship racking up 75 
points in competition last night 
at Northwestern. Episcopal of 
Alexandria was second with 66 
points, and Washington-Lee. 
third with 62 

Alex Slaughter of Woodberry 
Forest was voted the outstand- 
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D. C. Teachers Lose 
To New Haven. 97-72 


D. C. Teachers had a 44-43 
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last night at Banneker in its 
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Manhattan Beats Villanova 


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Stops Lions 
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By Bob Alden 
Stall Reporters 
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These early spring days are impor- 
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camp at Orlando, Fla. The bonus baby 
from Payette, Idaho, must make good 
this year or be farmed out. Coach 


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Cookie Lavagetto serves up a few as 
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interest in the youngster. (Photo by 
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The Hawks 
built a lead which 
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with 24 points, led a Cavalier 
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to within three points at 53-50 
midway through the second 
half, 
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other 


set 


in the 60-yard dash today 


and Northwestern 24 


The record books 
6.1' as the indoor track rec- 


including Golli- 


measurements 
investigation of other re- 


with 
Northwestern won two first 
places in the meet, | 


an wnofficial 
d of 6 seconds 


73-71 Upset 


By Jack Leonnig 


Ten triangular 
lowa finished 


Loyola College's 
ints, Wisconsin 


ference “at 13 last night with 

stunning 73-71 upset at AU 
Little AU co-captain 

Williams put a climactic 


listed 


yards. Fifteen 
it the 6.1 mark. 
ime still must 
ved following 
and 


Wisconsin won 
and tied for an- 
lowa while 


onds left 
sank the winning basket 


a 


Jim Purcell leading the attack 
and increased its margin to 59- 
50 . 
Virginia retaliated to come Indiana 
back to two points at 68-66 with 
two minutes to play but Mike 
Falion’s two free throws and his 
drivein basket sealed the de 
cision for St. Joseph's 
Al Juliana, with 19 points 
Josephs which is now 
18-4, a record which is expected 
to get him into either of the 
season-end tournaments 
Virginia's mark is 10-16. 
ts 
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and 
handed 


Indiana 
throws “ 
tory 


ketball defeat 


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Malftime: 35-16. St. Joseoh’s 


Pro Basketball 
Standings 


FASTERN DIVISION 


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eleventh straight Big 


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Tetals 


Boy for Holups 


George Washington's All-Amer- 


ed Joe a 6-pound, l2-ounce boy 
at George Washington Univer- 


the former Carole 


64 only three weeks ago 
itwo teams may yet meet aga 
iin the 
istarting next week at 
|University. The pairings 
not been announced yet 
At center Frank Weiss, 


Defeats 


il., Feb. 25 # 
36 of 38 free 
th an 84-82 vic- 
Northwestern its 
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night, dropping 30. Reserve 
ward Paul Dodd led Loyola wi 
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today mark. Lo 
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celebrates his 23d anniversary 


CHAMPIONS’ TOAST—Area youngsters who won national 


Junior Olympie awards were honored yesterday at 
Touchdown Club. Here four of them toast themselves. Left 


to right: Pa 
Adama, all 


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Hands Loyola 


American University stopped 
unbeaten 
string in the Mason Dixon con- 


Jim 
end- 
ing to the see-saw game when 
he stole the ball from Loyola 
guard, Tony Pistorio, with the 
score tied at 71-71 and 15_sec- 
Williams raced the 
length of the court and cooly 


Loyola expected little trouble 
from a team it had trounced 90- 
The 


conference tournament 
Catholic 
have 


who 
scored only 13 in the first meet 
ing. proved the difference to 
for 
th 
American's 
10th in the 22 games and gave 


Ameri 
& junior varsity defeated 
Law, | 


Haines Ties 
World Mark 
In Sprint 


NEW YORK, Feb 
Manhattan College smothered 
its opposition under the weight 
of numbers tonight to win the 
IC4A indoor track champion- 
ship for the fifth the 
last six years with 36 points 

\ crowd of 8000 in Madison 
Square Garden saw the Jas 
pers win only two events, the 
broad jump and the shot-put 
Their big obstacle, Villanova, 
hauled down five first places, | 
but could do no better than sec- 
ond with 34 points 

Five meet records were boo) 
ken, and the oft-tied listed world | 
indoor 60-yard indoor record 
again was equalled by Penn's 
flashy Johnny Haines. He did 
it twice, in the semifinal and 
final. 


25 


time in 


Only First Place Winners 


Len Moore won the broad 
jump for Manhattan with-a leap. 
lof 23 feet 5% inches and big 
Ken Bantum captured the shot- 
iput, tossing the iron ball 55 
ifeet 6% inches 
| Coach George Eastment of 
the Jaspers broke up both his 
one-mile and two-mile relay 
teams in a desperate effort to 
jhead off the individual bril 
iliance of the Villanova stars 
(and he was succe 
|Balance Pays Off 
| His team picked up points 
|10 of the 13 events on the "A 
| gram, while Villanova scored i 
;only eight 

In addition to Haines, whose! 
‘6.1. of course. broke the dash 
mark, the recordsmashers 
were Al Hall of Cornell, who 
| got off a 626%. heave in the 
| 35-pound weight throw; Don 
‘Bragg of Villanova, who went 
up 15-2 in the pole vault, George 
King of New York.University, 
who hit 9:07 in the twommile, and 
the Pitt two-mile relay team an 
chored by Arnie Sowell, which | 
was caught in 7:40 

Hall really had it 
tered the old weight mark of’ 
60-7% set six years ago by 
Army's Jim Scholtz three times 
He also got off a 64-footer, 
which would have been a world 
record but officials called a 
foul. 


ssful. 


He shat-| 


Villanova First 

Villanova’s one-mile relay 
‘team. anchored by Charlie Jen 
kinds 47.7 quarter, had no trou- 
ble running away [trom the 
field. Jenkins, himself, took the! 
600 with East in 1:11.9. The) 
ther Wildcat victories were 
registered Delany, who 
as usSuai, refused to be pressed 
and won the mile in 4:11.4: Phil 
Reavis who took the high jump 
at 6:5 and Brage'’s record-set- 
ling poie vauil 

Pitt was third in the 
race with 15546 points 
NYU was fourth with 15 
Manhattan's vittory enabled 
to retire the IG4A trophy 
This only the second time 
the trophy has been retired 
NYU retired the original tro- 
phy, which was put up in 1922 
with its fifth title in 1947. 

Haines was off to a bad start 
both in the semifinal and final 
so his performance is all the 
more remarkable. Most coaches | 
who watched him in Madison 
Square Garden said if he could 
get a good start he would hit 
the tape in six flat just as Jim 
Golliday did this afternoon at 
Madison, Wis 


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only man in history to win the 
National AAU 60-yard dash title 
four years in a row. Along with 
eight others, he was co-hoider 
of the 6.1 mark. So now hes 
done it six times 
Villanovas Ron 
jogged to victory | 
in 4:11.4, toying w 
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This Morning... 
POVICH—From P. C-] 


JBJ, who wants to know when did Floyd Patterson beat 
Hurricane Jackson? Answer: The next time they meet, which 
would be the first time ... The Dodgers’ pitchers are cer- 
tain to lead the National League in altitude. Manager Walt 
Alston has 18 of them at six feét or better... Perhaps the 
overworked sports cliche “the hat trick,” used to 
describe the hockey player who makes three goals in a game. 
Hy Zimmerman of the Seattle Times tries to shake it in 
this fashion: Fedora feat, derby deed, chapeau caper, som- 
brero stunt. How come no homburg heist? ... Bill Werber Jr., 
who was a college all-America first’ baseman at Duke, has 
shifted to the outfield since joining the Cincinnati Reds in 
spring training ... Bill Veeck has told Sports Illustrated the 
item most important to the financial success of a major league 
‘team 1s not the caliber of the team but the location of the 
ball park. He pofnts out that the teams without parking prob- 
lems draw the best ... Navy's football team, bedeviled last 
November by Army's left-handed quarterback, Don Holleder. 
now finds that the top candidates as Holleder’s successor are 
two left-handed quarterbacks from the Plebe team . Of 
the Nats’ bright young Cuban pitching prospects, Pedro 
Ramos is an admirer of Manager Chuck Dressen and Camilo 
Pascual isn't 


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D.C. Men Help Win Squash Cup 


PROVIDENCE. B. Il. Feb..25 
Three Washington, D. C., play- 
ers won matches, as the United 
states Squash Rackets team 
won the Lapham Cup, defeat 
ing Canada, 11-4, at the Aga- 
wam Hunt Club here this after 
noon 


In another 


Washington players, Congress 
man Stuyvesant Wainwright 
lost to Bill Hatch of Canada, 
15-10, 15-8, 10-15, 15-5 


The Washington winners: 


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Mare. Canada. 15-5. 1566. 15-4: Fran 
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(Editor's Note: One of a | 
series on “What I Learned | 
About Golf,” by scratch play- 
rs an rs alik ; 
lutions that golfers so often sath gp. cain post yok 
make before starting around — season just ahead.) 
and more often than. not PEE Si A 5 Ry ee, 

complete ly 
disregard 
after several 
holes, is the 
old one, “I'm 
going to hit 
‘em easy to- 
day.” 

Il am sure | 
that better 
golfers than 

on I who have | 
contribu ted | 


Colonel! Howard Nichols , 
unnerup District Amateur 1956.) 


AMONG THE many reso- 


By 
(R 


HOUSTON, Feb. 25 #—Ted 
Kroll took a one-stroke lead 
In the third round of the $30,000) 
Houston Open today but the 
speaking Pennsylvanian | 
was not pleased with the one-; 
‘under 71 score that turned; 
the trick. | 

“I played bad,” the Fort 
Lauderdale, Fla., pro said. “I 
haven't played well this week.” | 


yond the realm of possibility, | 
but I think that something | 
Ed Dudley once told me | 
comes as near to the answer | 
as anything I can think of 

I was playing rather poorly 
in a match against Bob Hope 
during the Broadmor Invita- 
tional in Colorado Springs in 
1951. After a series of par- 
ticuarly uninspiring shots, 
Ed Said, “You are overswing- 


I have had many thrills in | 
being what might be termed 
a weekenc golfer over the 
past 25 years, but I think the | 
one which will always re- 
main uppermost in my 
memory is not one particular 
shot, but the entire found | 
that I played against Claude | 
Wild‘in the semifinals of last | 
year's District Amateur 


slow 


out sometime this summer... The 
old Woodmont course, a full-sized 18- 
hole layout, has lost a lot of ground to | 
the expanding U.S. Public Health 
Service building program ... Holes 
have been shortened in an effort to 


iiae | 3 ; shail 
B M What | lea rned | About Golf THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
ur e oves 72.9 ota Sunday, February 26, 1956 Ch 
By Maury Fitzgerald ——____ | 
and hit easier, as I was re- 
ference with representatives of the law firm of Arnold, Fortas 
CHECK YOUR 
match would not have ended 
Crane, executive secretary ... Court | 
first amateur event of its kind ever : NOW 
Remove front wheels, inspect linings, drums, 
Brakes Relined While You Wait 


As Told to Maury Fitzgerald - cdi 
NATIONAL PGA top brass and the Washington attorneys Into Second | 
quired to do by virtue of 
and Porter will be PGA President 
happily for me on the | 
House Country Club’s new 72-hole 
held im tnis area .. Glenbrook 5 golf and hydraulic cylinders, check master cylin- +] %9 
2 
8 AM. to 5 P.M. Mon. thru Fri. 


je ro AKES ver Lead in ouston pen, éi- ee 
ous traps. If Ed hadn't forced 
of the Professional Golfers Association will meet here tomor- LET C0 OP 
- 
7 
With 209 using a club longer than | § 

Harry Moffatt. Harold Sargent, secre- rs) 
twentieth hole. BRAKES 

medal play invitation tournament, 

course will be reduced to a 9-hole lay- 1 spe cme mga Br Sela sel ee 

os low of 
8 A.M. to 1 P.M. Saturdays 


® 
Pitches and Putts 
me to slow down my swing | 
row for an important legal discussion .. . Attending the con- 
at 26th & Va. Ave. N.W. 
necessary, I am sure the | 
tary; Wally Mund, treasurer, and Tom | 
scheduled for Oct. 16-21, will be the BRAKE SPECIAL Reg. 3.50 
ings ‘ 
10° 


Nichols 


keep 18 holes in play but the Recrea- 


! Fitzgerald 


course would be an improvement over the prsent abbreviated 


layout .. 


as soon as work on the add 


finished. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON’S 
birthday was George Diffen- 
baugh’s 54th and lady mem- 
bers at Kenwood presented 
him with a new Polaroid 
Land Camera and the 
contributed a bundle of green 
stuff... At a recent meet- 
ing of the Board of Gover- 
nors at Court House Country 
Club, it was unanimously de- 
cided that members abusing 
the golf course or greens. will 


men 


be suspended for two weeks | 
| East Potomac Park Golf Club 


~ee A Second offense will 


| seven 
| Columbia 
| plucked everybody with 33- 


. The new local golf course architectural firm of | 
Ault and Jamison will take on the Glenbrook remodeling job | 
itional holes at Stigo Park is 
; ine nate A aa 


mean an appearance before 
the board and possible expul- 
sion from the club... Dick 
Essex, Ray Swearingen and 
John Holzberg watched in 
awe as Ritchie Edmonston 
birdied the second, fifth and 
eighth holes and canned a 
wedge for an eagle two at 
the other day at 
Edmonston 


o8-71l... Dick Porch has 
been elected president of the 


and Hildred Pairque vice 


tion Department, operating the course, | 
finally decided that a good nine-hole 


Kroll's 70, 67, 71—203—eight 
‘under par—left him one stroke 
ahead of a home-town favorite, 
Jackie Bufke Jr. 

While Jerry Barber, who had 
held ar shared the lead through 
36 holes, was zooming to a 76. 
Burke, a former Houston caddy, 
birdied the last two holes. for 
a 68. Earlier rounds of 68 and 
73 gave him a 209. 


Wininger, Clark Tied 


Two strokes back at 
were Bo Wininger, 
City, and Jimmy Clark, La- 
guna Beach, Calif. Wininger, 
with a 67, had the day's best 
round on the 7122-yard, par 72 
Memorial Park course. Clark 
ihad a 71 

Tied at 212 were Dave Doug 
las, Newark, Del. who won 
here in 1954, and Jim Turnesa, 
‘Spring Valley, N. Y., the 1952 


to this series 
will agree that to swing easy, 
yet hit firmly and still not 


“slug” your shots is one of | 


the most difficult to achieve, 
yet vitally essential 
which contribute to a good 
round of golf. 

To swing easy, especially 


when your opponent is put- | 
ting on the pressure, is some- | 


| thing that at times seems be- 


' 


factors | 


ing and trying to powder 
every shot. Why don't you 
start driving with a brassie 
and use at least one or two 
irons longer than you think 
you need.” 

I followed his “tip” 
was amazed at how quickly 
my swing smoothed out and 
the ball started going where 
it should rather than in the 


‘rough or in one of the numer- | 


— _ ee a 


211 
Oklahoma At Woedliey Farm 


Rappahannock Hunt 
Opens Spring Shows 


-_-—-- — +o 


re 


and | 


Llournament. 


I recall only one or two of | 


my shots which might have 
been questionable, 
were “groved.” When the 


match ended on the fifteenth | 
hole, I was five under par | 


which included a conceded 
birdie on the twelfth where 


Claude amazed everyone, in- | 


cluding himself I am 
with a hole-in-one. 

In that match particularly, 
I feel certain that I weil 
demonstrated Ed Dudley’s tip 
on how to make your self 
swing easy in spite of the 


sure, 


tension and temptation to go | 


all out on every shot. 


the rest | 


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‘A Virginia Horseman) 


| AS SPRING comes with March, the horse-lovers throughout 
the countryside begin eagerly to anticipate the point-to-point 
races which, throughout the magic month, will usually take 
place in a different hunting community at each week's end. 

Of the numerous horse activities which will take place in 
Maryland and Virginia during the spring months, the Old 
Dominion will hold the spotlight in March. The Hunts Commit- 
tee of the National Steeplechase and Hunts Association has 
scheduled the Rappahannock hunt, point-to-point and cham- | 
pion field hunter of Virginia, to be held at Woodley Farm | 
near Berryville on March 3; March 17, the Warrenton 
hunt point-to-point; March 24, the Piedmont hunt point-to- 
| point on the Rokeby Farm of Pe? Pe DR: A 

Paul Mellon at Upperville. | 

Warrenton hunter trials will | March Schedule 

be held on March 28. with | 

Mar. %—Rappashenneck Peint-te- 
2 Sper ville Va 


their senior events to follow 
\ ; : a lue se Rent Peint-te- 

on March 31 Point, Ghegeres anh Hunter of Vir- 
tein. W ley Farm, Gerrrvilie. Vir- 


sinks 

Mar. 17—Warrenten Hunt Peint-te- 
Peint 

Mar. 214—Piedment Peint-te-Peint. 
Reketr Farm. Uppervilic. Va 

Mar. 24—Warrenten 


Trigb. 
ar. 31—Warrenten Henter Triek« 


president ... Charles Frank 
will act as secretary-treasurer 
of the public links organiza- . 
tion, while Frank Battista |C®@mpion from Grossinger’s, 
will be in charge of tourna- |‘. ¥.. was among those elimi- 
ments. nated as the field was cut to 

ithe 60 low pros and 10 ama- 
|teurs, plus ties, for tomorrow's 
final round. The cutoff was 221, 
five over par, and Souchak fin-| 
‘ished with a 71, 74, 78—223. A 
year ago he won the $6000 first! 
prize here with a competitive! 


15th hole at Norbeck without course record 273 for 72 holes. 
5th hole at Norbeck without | 
his ball ever leaving the | Toski, Bolt, Haas Miss 


ground ... Three topping | Others vietims included Bob 
good shots, we'd say...J.W. |Toski, Holyoke, Mass., pro who 
Flatiey watched R. W. Dan- |won the world’s championship 
| ischefsky put his third shot |tournament last year at Chi- 
against the pin fora “gimme” (cago; Tommy Bolt, another! 
birdie on the fourth hole at | Houston product now playing) 
Congressional and then jout of Chattanooga, Tenn., and 
knocked a wedge ‘shot from | Freddie Haas, Claremont, Calif 
off the nearby fifth tee into | Toski, with three 74s, had/ 
the cup for a half... Maury '222. Bolt finished at 76, 73, 76— this vear will hold contests on 
McDermott, former Washing- |225, while Haas had a 75, 74,| the fre: Saturday in March 
ton pitcher now with New /|70—229. at the Thornton Hill Farm, 
York, tells a funny story on | Demaret dropped with a 76 Sperryville, Va. 
Umpire Bill Grieve ... Me- \io a five-way tie at 214 with There timber-racing en. | real competition if she goes 
Dermott was pitching for the (Doug Ford, PGA champion thusiasts may form a fairty | postward on her good 
Senators against Cleveland from Kiamesha Lake, N. Y.;) s-curate picture of timber- | 5°#®. 
| and George Strickland was at (Don Fairfield, Casey, Ill; Art topping potentials for the It will b@l& full day’s sport 
bat... McDermott’s toss was Wall Jr. Pocano Manor, Pa.: year ahead. With the meeting | In Rappahannock county. Be- 
almost in the dirt and Grieve and Paul Harney, Bolton, Mass. | two weeks away and post- | Side the Ladies’ race and four 
called it a strike... When - 19 $1 1-208 entries acceptable, it would | other point-to-points of about 
Strickland started to walk - iy ‘| be impractical to attempt to | three miles, there is sched- 
away from the plate, Grieve | jimmy Clark name any definite starters or | Wied a one-half mile flat race 
yelled, “where ya’ goin’, that’s [tim in which events they might | for Rappahannock farmers 
T [pene be entered, where eligible. | Ob draft horses, two half 
: | mile races on the flat for 
| juniors under 18 (ponies and 
| horses, respectively) as well 
as a Junior race for horses 
and ponies at about two 


PGA champion. 
Mike Souchak, the defending 


Rawls Leads | 
Zaharias Golf. 
By 6 Strokes 


SARASOTA, Fia.. Feb. 25 
Betsy Rawis clipped four 
strokes off par today and boost 
ed her lead to six strokes after 
54 holes of the 72-hole Babe Za- 
harias Cancer Fund golf tourna- 


ment. 

The Spartanburg, S. C., pro 
shot 71 for the best round of 
the day and a three-round total 
of 214. Woman's par for the 
6395-yard Bobby Jones course 
is 75. 

Tied at 220 were Louise Suggs 
of Sea Island, Ga. and Betty) 
Dodd of San Antonio, Tex. Miss | 
Dodd moved up in the stand- 
ings with a fine 72. Miss Suggs, 
bothered like most of the field 
by high winds, shot 75. 

Miss Rawls was driving low 
and was not hurt by the 35 
miles per hour gusts. She was’ 
very accurate, especially with) 
her short game. She took only 
28 puttea and sank 4 S6idoter, 
for a Birdie 3 on the 3i5-yard 
16th hole, 

Miss Suggs got off te a bad) 
start, taking a 40 going out as’ 
‘her putter failed, but she ral- 


—_ 


 aestrgns 


GEORGE (Peewee) Cor- 
nell's 70 the other day at 
Manor had George Thornton, 
Louis Fuchs and Eddie Stev- 
ens filling the collection plate 
...» Itv Hellman birdied the 


OPENING the point-to-point 
season with a card boasting 
ten events including a hound 
race, the Rappahannock hunt | 


Jenior Hunter 


Kinney will offer plenty of 


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only two strikes”... * 

brought the .wrong club,” | 
yelled back Strickland, “I'm | 
going after a mashie” ... ¢; 
Frank Sharp, 


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and Houston golf association 
get behind a $160,000 tourna- 
ment as a publicity “gim- 
mick” ... Sharp says he 
plans to go to Chicago this 
summer to study George 
May's World championship 
. «+ He also said that he is 


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Woodberry Forest 


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s| mile timber race on his Star | 


Salome, is not conditioning 


that good mare for this meet- | 


| ing. 


It's a good bet that Mike | 


Smithwick will turn up with 


something good from his sta- | 
in Maryland; of these, | 


ble 
Thomas S. Nichols’ Starboard 


miles. The hound race, open 
to all hound owners in the 
county, will be fitting event 
to conclude the fun in a fox- 
hunting community. And 
these babies can travel .. 
ask anyone around Washing- 
ton, Va. 


Playing possession basket- 
ball most of ae Eee. E pisco- 
alone... The present Hous- |Pal downed Woodberry Forest 
on open, a $30,000 porn 4 of Orange, Va., 45-33, yesterday 


ends today. e Episcopal. 


The victory was the 10th in 


15 starts for Episcopal, which 
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i ed F ernary 26, 1956 


Five Tourneys This Week 


The Interhigh and McKinley opposes, St. John's is seeded pi 
Offs and the Washingten-Lee Cardozo at 8 p. m. in. games|George Washington third and 
Invitational open a busy week! Tuesday at McKinley. The Mon-|Washington-Lee, fourth in the 
of tournament play for area'day winners and the Tuesday|tourney. Landon, Wakefield, 
high school os winners play Thursday in semi-|Fairfax and Annandale are the 
basketball ie ? io with the championship!bottom four teams. 
teams tomor-3 ame scheduled at McKinley The annual Priory tourna 
next Saturday. ment, which will be held Friday 

Top-seeded Saturday and Sunday at Prior; 
Annandale at rounds out the week's tourna 
Was hington-Lee meets Inter- ment echedule.—Jerry Davis. 
state Academic Conference sm 97. 28. March 1 ond 3 
champion Landon in the second Mich playe! os at McKinley 


Mareh tft. 
game of an opening double- - “Tnvitational ot 4 ashtagten -L6e High 
header March 


tomorrow night at i1.—Moentgemery ¢ ounty Class 
Washington-Lee 
"Virginia Dis ~ ena %. Greuwgr 
" . at 
High and Wakefield in 7. & 9 and 16—Virecinia Grouse 
I 
tournament at Richmend 
arch @ Pa) 1h—WMarviand District @ 


League play-'3:30, 


In all, five 
tournaments 
are on thee 
achedule for } 
the coming 
week 

Second-place 
Dunbar of the® 
Weat Division. 
led by the 


_ Gonzaga faces 
7 p. m., and host 


Willie Jones 
7p. Mm, 


league's top scorer, Willie +b ; 
Jones, meets Anacostia. the ngtvon 
Bast Division's third-place fin the second ; 
isher. tomorrow. 3:30 p. m., at night twin hill in the W-L, In 
McKinley Tech in the opening V't4ationa! 
game of the Interhigh playoffs Monday 

East Division champion Spin- first game Fort | 
garn tackles Coolidge at 8 p. m. Vivors in the second game of and 17 
tomorrow at McKinley in an-the W-L semifinals’ Thursday gecrnnment ot Dalvorelts 
other first round contest nignt The finals will be held 


March 16. 17 and 18—A nights of Ca- 
: . b heolastic ¢ ent at Ritch 

Armstrong faces Wilson at Friday night. aa _ 

-—. 


nr slavott (Sherwood vs Gaithersbars at 
Richard weateomery 
. ~ are >. 
Fairfax and St. John's play » playott. “a ieorse Mase 
and (C,corge Wash. Mareh t, 3 and {Prior vy tourmament 
, ae U teornament at VP 
game of a Tuesday March & 9% and 16~Virginia Groep I 
March 9 and 13—Catholic League piay- 
offs at DeMatha 
s winners meet in the 
and Tuesday's sur- 


fliase Band plaveff« at Seitiand 
March 11-—Ali-Hich, All-Prep game at 


—Marviand setete 
ef Marviand 


' Coliseum. 


NCAA Picks 


Two Teams 


: 
NEW YORK, Feb. 25 ‘#—De- 
Paul and Canisius foday were 
selected as at-large representa- 
tives in the Nationa! Collegiate 
Athletic Association Basketball 
tournament 
DePaul, with a 14-7 record 
will play its first round game 
in either the sectional] tourna 
ment at Fort Wayne, Ind., or the 
one at Wichita, Kan Play at 
ort Wayne is siated for 
March 12 and at Wichita March 
13 
Canisius, showing a 14-4 mark, 
joins Holy Cross as an at-large 
team in the first round competi- 
tion at New York's Madison 
Square Garden, March 12-13, 
Drawings for the New York 
competition will not be made 
until two more at-large teams 
are selected. 


Notes from the Scholastic Scene... 


By Jerry Davis . 
Staff Reporter 

THE WASHINGTON area 
is without an undefeated high 
school basketball team. 
Spingarn, ranked No. 1 by 
The Wash- 
ington Post 
and Times 
Herald for 
most of the 
season, Was 
the last to 
succumb 
when Dunbar 
snapped its 
undDeaten 
streak at 15 
games, 63-52, 
last Wednes 
day. Gonzaga, the second 
ranked. club, was knocked 
from the select ranks of the 
undefeated last Saturday by 
the Georgetown University 
freshmen... And then there 
were none ° McKinley 


Bob Bolen 


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Tech, which gained an Inter- 
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| eligible, celebrated his 19th 


off in the last 30 year... Bobby 
Bolen is the guy mainly re. 
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title contention. 
about 20 
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Kinley in 
Bolen averaged 


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Academic Confer- 


in both the Wash- 
ington-Lee Invitational and 
Priory basketball tourna- 
Landon won the IAC 
title in a real thriller, 45-44, | 
over St. Albans. It was rather 
ironic that St. Albans whip- | 
ped Landon, 4-3, for the IAC 
soccer championship just 24 


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“cal 


hours before Landon 
tured the basketball crown. 


BEN WARLEY, who pleyed 
for Phelps Vocational all sea- 
son although he was in- 


birthday last. February and 
was over the high school age 
limit for a year. Because 
Warley piayed in five Inter- 
high games, Phelps dropped 
from second to sixth place in 
the East Division and out of 
the. league playoffs ... Tom 
McCloskey, a 6 foot, 1 inch 
senior, did most of the trigger 
pulling which gave Gonzaga 
the Catholic League basket- 
ball title. Gonzaga also de- 
throned St. John’s for the 
Catholic Leagte champion- 
ship in football ... Hardy 
Pearce, athletic director of 
public schools, says he is 
very dissapoinnted” that the 
Interhigh, Catholic League 


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March 6 as. planned 
Northwestern High clinched 
the Bi-County League title 
Tuesday and on Thursday 
was promptly knocked off by 
last place Suitland, which 
hadn't won a league game all 
year. It was the first time 
in five years that Suitland 
scored a basketball triumph 
over Northwestern. 


THE ALL-HIGH team, 
which meets the prep school 
all-stars March 11 at Fort 
Myer, will have a height ad- 
vantage over its opposition 
in the tenth annual game in 
the series. Willie Thomas of 
Pheips is the tallest player 
on the squad at 6 foot 7, 
while Armstrong's Bob Arch- 
er is 64, and Roosevelt's 
Demetre Koutras and Dick 
Wells of Spingarn are both 
63. The All-Highs hold a 54 
edge in the series . 


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Sunday, February 26, 1956 
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SANTA ANITA RESULTS 


CHARLES TOWN ENTRIES 

1—4% fur.; $1200; S37 008 up; cla! $4500; 1 
Brviighter . Reculus | iitese} na). 8.60 1S $3 $33 
ane ‘Lewis) 

us Pire tock: Be!) Captain, 
ourt Risk, Best Bickie, Com. 


Track Waits Racing Charts at Charles Town 


Around The Tracks 
(Copyricht. 1956. by Triangle Publications. Inc.) MS fk 
age Sheng $4.80: GINMINT, $2.80 


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it A; aree yoneney Ase xFire Burn ... 
tore up the tickets, you remarked, “That was strictly for the not pers Gin Mint Waltr A el was pinced first| Herndon... 
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in a minor sort of way, that is, if day- Racing at Bowie for «4 
light was waning and visibility poor. meeting opening March 8 will s4's0- 
Under these circumstances, it is be conducted by virtually the | 
same men who governed the eas: eS aoe Oe 
sport at the Prince Georges “ den Vovage—Swishswash ‘Trained by JC. Collins 
Horse Joc 
County track last year. Anne. pemer NS. Str 
This was revealed with the A> 


necessary to switch on two powerful 

searchlights that supply the equivalent 

of a hundred flashlight bulbs to aug- as 

ment the duty of the Fitzpatrick ‘ (Smithson) 
announcement by Howard 5S. 
Pierce, general manager, of the }) 
roster of officials approved by |. 
the Maryland Racing Commis- oe Al 


Photo Finish Camera. 
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place to raise their young. 


grandstand roof going for them, but aiso further protection | unless 


Not only did they have the 


from the elements was afforded by the tilted apparatus, and 


an anchor for the nest of 
sticks and twine. 

They were discovered 
the other day when human at- 
tention was drawn by a pair 
of noisy squabs who could 
have been chanting in bird 
language, “This place is 
strictl, for the people.” 


APPARENTLY, Mrs. Pi- 
geon and her two eggs sur- 
vived a half dozen or more 
periods of 10 or 15 seconds 
when she must have gotten 


the hot seat and it's a wonder , 


her eggs weren't hard-boiled. 
Then again, the heat, the 
prospect of which just 
couldnt have figured in pi- 
geon plans, could have 
hastened the incubator pe- 
riod. 


ones, it can be assumed that, 
like their mother, they not 
only have seen the light of 
day but have been involved 
in flashes that to them must 
have represented an atomic 
blast at Hiroshima. 


No wonder Mother Pigeon | 


keeps nudging her young to- 
ward the edge in a manner 
that seems to indicate she'll 
be happy when they stand 
up and fly right—tright out 
of that 
hell. 

As she wings past the press- 
box these days, Mrs. Pigeon 
seems to give us a sad look 
that could mean. “I'll be glad 
when THIS meeting's over.” 


WILLIE HARTACK will be | 


back on home. grounds when 
he begins his eastern cam- 
paign at Bowie. He rode his 
first major track winner over 
the Prince Georges County 
course on March 27. 1953. in 
the first race aboard Jaclyn 
Stable’s Ayem and wound up 


the meeting as the leading | 
apprentice with 16 victoriés | 
despite @ 0-day suspension | 


... Last year, he found the 
pickings good on Bowie's big 
apple, leading the riders with 
41 victories, 
helped him on the way to 
the 417 winners that broucht 
him the national saddle 
title .. 
Steve Brooks. Hartack ap- 
pears a cinch to win the jock- 
ey honors at Hialeah. He 
plans a one-day stand at New 
Orleans before a visit to his 


From the size of the young | 


legalized gambling 


a cluster that | 


. Although pressed by | 


> 


family at Charles Town be- 
fore reporting to Bowie. . 
-—4t Bowie the other morning. 
I was warned not to mislabe! 
the new “Sun N’Turf” room, 
the “Sun N’'Surf.” Bowie 
could do without another 
rainy season . To M. D. 
Mohler: As the ex-convict 
turned preacher said when 

he observed a former cell 
mate in the conzregation. 
“The text for today will be 
‘If you know me, say nothing, 
I'll see you later.” 


COULD BE THAT in the 
not too distant future, Scha- 
piro, the man, will have in- 
vited Schapiro, the horse, to 
the Washington (D. C.) In- 
ternational. Robert Boucher 
has named a full brother of 
Wilwyn for Laurel's presi- 
dent John D. Schapira ... 
From England comes word 
that the colt is some shucks 
and has been named for the 
classics which meang he's en- 
tered in next year’s 2000 
Guineas, Derby and St. Leger, 
the English equivalent of 
our Triple Crown .. . Speak- 
ing of the International, 
Worden II, the 1953 winner, 
has a crop of seven yearlings 
due to carry the colors of 
Ralph Strassburger of Paris 
next year .. Progressive 
Mariboro has become a win- 
ter training center, particu- 
larly for New England horses. 
Stables are shipping out now 
for Lincoln Downs opening 
March 3 after hardly missing 
a day on the half-mile oval 
The track. which drew 40 
thoroughbreds from the 
north last year, took care of 
86 during the last three 
months ... President A. J. 
Royle denies the latest re- 
ports that a Baltimore real 
estate man has authority to 
Bel 


ford Park. When these tracks 
are up for sale, Boyle said, 
the announcement will come 
from Charlies Town... See 
you on the rail. 


Irish Defeat Scots 


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day, after leading 65 at half- 
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THIRD BACE— About 7 pprienge 
Claiming 
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Horse 


the start of Bowie, 
‘likely that the track will hold; 
its two extra days in the plan 

Maryland legislators 
the measure early this 4 


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oomath 


725 a’ 
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-Laay Bess rained 
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pass 10 
i week. 
| According to a Bowie spokes- 
man, the track will open on 
March 6 if the go sign is giver 
early enough to arrange for yd 
tickets, personnel, etc. If not, RK TWINS. 
the session will begin as sched- : 
uled a week from Thursday.', 
The earlier opening would con- 
flict with Charles Town for 
two days. 


$11.20, 66.40, $4.00 
$3.60 


ff ey ot. ly and unhurried early 


to stave off A 
FoU RTH RACE—Charies 
and up: claiming Purse 
Me on driving pore same 


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$12 
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‘Prench) 
(Gordon) 
(Headley) 


New Dining Room 

Bowie cannot add the 35th ¢ 
end 36th days to its present 
meeting, which closes April 17, 
the day before Laure! opens. 
However, there are four days 
between Laurel and Pimlico! 


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Eighth and Ninth Races Called 
Off Due to High Winds 


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alone backetretch 


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land. if the bill passes, Bowie 
mrobably will take the added 
programs at Pimlico 

The stewards will be those 
who served in 1955 when Bowie 
ran into an epedemic of foul 
claims, disqualifications an 
jockey suspensions with Eddie 
Arearo and Willie Hartack 
among the riders disciplined. 

Joseph F. Flanagan, former 


CHARLES—From P. I 


Wind Cancels 
Last 2 Races 


tioned about conditions which 


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racks May Get 40 Days 


NNAPOLIS, Feb. 25 (#—~Ajithan Gov. Theodore R. McKel- | 


movement started today to give | din had proposed. 
Pimlico, Bowle and Laurel 40' The 
days of racing each, 
crease of seven and four more of days for the “Big Three” 
be increased from 100 to 108. | 


Governor had recom. 


an in-|mended that the total number | 


steeplechase rider and breeder 
of famous horses, retains his 
post as steward representing 
the Maryland Racing Commis- 
sion. His associates will be 
William L. Harron and J. Fred 
Colwill, veterans in the race 
official field. 


May Open 2 Days Earlier 


| John Turner, Jr., already is 
deep in his work as racing sec- 
retary with Henry J. Carroll as 
his assistant. Placing judges 
will be John P. Turner, Sr. 
‘Henry Erickson and Gregory L 
‘Johnson while patrol judges 
named are Nathan Gilad- 
stone. William Hunt and J. Mel- 
vin Mackin. Others listed are 
Merrill MaecNellie. identifier 
land patrol judge; William Jen- 
nings, paddock judge and timer 
starter. 
Hungry Bowie patrons will) 
be the most affected by im | 


prevailed. They stated that, | 
“they could not guide their | 
mounts properly because of the 
high winds—and the water- 
soaked oval.” 

Kratz likenéd the experience 
to riding in a sailboat. “Before 
the wind down the backstretch, 
you seemed to be going a 
hundred miles an hour,” he 
said. “On the turn toward the 
Stretch you and your horse ~~; 
were forced out. Then when Be 
you began to buck the wind in 
the stretch it was almost im- 
possible ‘to keep a straight 
course. | never saw anything 
like it.” 

Several of the jockeys 
agreed. “Guess we have been 
very lucky considering the 
condition of the track for the 
past two weeks.” 

Peter Vischer’s Arch Rival, 7. 


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Heir, 
Pea 


Oats 


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seme 

N) 
Tels 


season. Clubhousers will be ‘the odds choice, survived the’, : 
introduced to the “Sun N’ Turf” |winds and mud wheh he took | Wer 


Room—new giass-inclosed din-| down El Choco Purse, the day's! 
ing room—while grandstanders feature attraction. The 3-year. 7 


takes over some of the old club- command down the back-! 
house dining space. istretch and won by 


Ireland, Feb. os) 


three 
. eae jlengths. He completed the| 
FAIR GROUNDS RESULTS \Cnnios Town course in. 1:23 quest. 3 
4 furlongs 81800; 113% 


Yom (pass) oi +o sso and paid $2.80 for $2, and was 


Jeep Fiver (Armetrene) . 
Tareas (Ceek) 


: 1° 
Easy Lice, Chan Guide. {-Beso Dei Small. 
fi pe. or {- Prieta ret 
Tee. 
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ache see) 6H. A. Dolan Jr.'s Ripover got | tae 

up in the final few strides to) 2. 

By take the place award from J. P.| 

78 3.60 800 Graves’ Em-Kay-Em, while) 
64° $2 Nolke Dream was fourth in the ~ 

, Princes, f{-ighn’s eight-horse field. 

Although only seven events 

rae were run a total of $417,528 was’, 4) 

| *"S'eb ane cee handled, while a refund of | 

5.08 429 $42 290 was made in the eighth’ 


: furlongs; $1700: 1.14% 
~ “Gene Days (Heckms 
Hier Limited (Baird) 


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Nevers 
Te The Front. 


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Ambererie (Sellers) 3.10 
Ohame Chance Persian Clem. Last 


$0000 
Pinter Lea (Martack 


Voyage. Lord Earex 


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Sia "“Cuenle Farm entry. 


i — increases also for 
: the half-mile and harness 
HIALEAR urs LTS tracks together with a hike in 

470 8.10 2.50 the tax, Gov. McKeldin had 
5.99 + proposed the ‘changes in order 


: pectin (Burr! 

erte) 
“Chotes. Bi to balance his budget. 
Paty — i iss 


xk 
a Ringe s Bits 

Dezor, 

; 83800; 110%, to balance the budget. 

ti - 038s ie 1hks| However, the Senses com- 
®) 74° mittees decided to keep the 
roadcaster. R ico B > Bi ra "dine wins. wert jose. my = be on 
ad i nyway ° em 
DAILY DOUBLE raw eae ——|}to keep the state mene tax 
ie 5.60 2.20 from 
+70 instead of 4 
Some 
ate Finance Committee then 


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oye Mr ay 7% Pest endithe Senate Committee 


srs00r 295 {sound out the Houge W 
330 ay and Means Committee on it. 
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sia cy “yey 2 factor, closed well alone 


The extra race track money: 
actually is no longer needed) 


increasing only 2 cents 
members of the Sen- 


san figured they might be able to 
the property tax at the 


to give 
20 days instead of the 
the 
Her ‘Governor. A subcommittee of 
will | 


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with high winds struck this race 
2 fe course as the thoroughbreds 
paraded postward for the fourth 
Bor, event, which held up the race 
for five minutes because of poor 

visibility 
The Martinsburg Airport 
called and stated that winds of 
100-mile-an-hour velocity, had 
caused three airplanes to break 
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AMBASSADOR INTERNATIONAL 


“THE QUEEN OF THE CARIBBEAN” 


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CIUDAD TRUJILLO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 


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can Colonial forces on the 
other. 

The Tories Were led by Brig. 
Gen. Donald McDonald and 
Col. Donald McLeod, and their 
force of 1500 included Scotch 
Highlanders who had immi- 
grated after the defeat of Bon- 
nie Prince Charlie at Culloden 
Moor. One of their officers, 
Allen MacDonald, was the hus- 
band of the celebrated Flora 
MacDonald who aided Prince 
Charlie to escape. 

The Americans were led br 
Cols. Richard Caswell and 
Alexander Lillington and, with 
1000 men, defeated the British 
and prevented them from 
ga‘ning control of North Caro- 
lina and extending their ef- 
forts in the Southern states. 
Remains of the breastworks 
which surrounded the patriots’ 
camp, together with authentic 
Revolutionary War type can- 
non, may still be seen there. 

The park has a great variety 
of trees and flowers; most in- 
teresting is the Venus Flytrap, 
an insect eating plant not 
found outside of North Caro- 
lina. The park is open daily 
Free guide service is available, 
as are picnic and parking fa- 
cilities. 


SOUTH of Wilmington, at 
Orton, is the Orton Plantation 


on River Road and establishec ¢ 


by Roger Moore in 1725. The | 
mansion has the reputation of| 
being one of the finest ex-j 
amples of pure Colonial archi-; 
tecture In America. The 
azaieas are at their best in 
March and April 
Brae, ange of ‘the ir active Op- 
sition to the harsh reaula-' 
ye of British authorities, | 
King George HI branded 
Roger Moore and members of! 
his family as “those pestifer-' 
ous Moores.” 

The plantation is directly 
across the Cape Fear River 
from Fort Fisher, on State 
highway 130, southeast of 
Bolivia, N. C. Camellias, 
daphne odora, Japanese 
quince, cherry, flowering 
peach, yellow jessamine, climb- 
ing rosés, daffodils, iris, gar- 
denias, and many other varie- 


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On Beavutitul Veradero Beach 


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ties of blossoms and flowers 
brighten the gardens during 
their seasons. 

The AAA has suggested 
three routes through the Old 
North State, to reach Wilming- 
ton and Ft. Fisher, the most 
westerly of which goes through 
such interesting cities and 
towns as Oxford, Durham, 
Chapel Hill, Southern Pines 
Pinehurst, Aberdeen, Laurin. 
burg, Lumberton and Bolton 

Wrightsville Beach, which 
should be visited before re- 
turning to Washington, is a 
vear-round island beach re 
sort offering, surf, sound and 
channel bathing, yachting, 
motor boating, deep sea fish- 
ing, tennis and dancing. 


Film, Not Lions. 
Big-Game Nowadays 


Safaris are no longer con 
fined to big-game hunting and 
posing for a picture with a 
very dead lion. According to 
an article in the current issue 
of ASTA Travel News, official 
publication of the American 
Society of Travel Agents, sa- 
faris are now likely to be 
armed with anything from 
cameras to good books, butter- 
fly nets to binoculars. 


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Schedule allows enough time in each foreign port for sighteeing end shopping. 
"Each port a gem of tbe tropics.” 


Blimey! How the Limey 
Takes to Water for a Lark 


By Ernie Hill” 


Chicage Dafly 

LONDON —American tour- 
ists in Britain go in for sight- 
seeing—the Tower of London, 


Hampton Court where Henry 
VII lived, Kew Gardens, Strat- 
ford-On-Avon, Windsor Castle. 
Westminster Abbey and the 
Houses of Parliament. 

When the English go on va. 
cation, nine times out of ten 
hey head for water—the sea- 
side, the lake country, a salm- 
on stream or a sailboat on the 
Thames. 

Brighton, 50 miles south of 
London, is the Coney Island 
of England. At the peak of the 
season, almost a million peo- 
ple live in its hotels, pensions. 
boarding houses and trailer 
camp. 

Torquay and. Paignton, an- 
other 150 miles west, are less 
crowded but slightly more ex. 
pensive. 

Dozens of resort villages on 
the south, west and east coasts 
offer summer vacation rents 
as cheap as $2 day. 

The beaches offer the most 
reasonable and most easily ac- 
cessible outdoor vacations for 
the pople in all walks of life. 


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the most beautiful part of Eng- 
land. Hotels and camps are 
all around the lake, which is 
12 miles long and a mile 
wide. 

Mountain climbers and 
campers are thick in the moun- 
tains along the lakeside. 

The 
ually go to hotels that own 
rights on streams where the 
fish bite best. The north 
country abounds with cold, 
fast streams_where fishing is 
excellent. 

Up and down the Thames 
Réver are sailboats and motor 
boats. The big ones, capable 
of churning across the chan- 
nel to France, are usually kept 
near the mouth of the river 
around Southend-on-Sea 

The more fragile sailboats 
and small motor craft ply the 
upper reaches of the Thames 
around Kingston, Sunbury,| 
Windsor, Maidenhead and’ 
Henley-on-Thames. 

Cottages and riverside inns. 
are all along the Thames for) 
the sailing addicts, many of| 
whom make it a year around | 
sport. 


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© Aquotic sports, tennis, polo fields 

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Commemorating the Era of Trujillo 
—25 years of Peace and Progress 


CIUDAD TRUJILLO 


This is the year to visit the Caribbean and the 


people. No passport or visa needed 


—only a visitor's card. 


For information see your 
Travel Agent or write 
DOMINICAN INFORMATION CENTER 


507 Fifth Avenve 
New York 17, N. Y. 


thrilling Dominican Fair. Enjoy breathtaking ex- 
hibits from 30 nations .. . swimming and sports 
in a beautiful tropical setting .. . historic sites 
«.. ultra-modern luxury hotels at moderate 
rates .. . spotless cities ... and the warm 


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the sun to’ 
tropic splendor 


Fun galore awaits you in 
the Caribbean! Every sport 
and recreation ... finest 
hotels ... gleaming white 
beaches... gay night life. 
And radiant sunshine 
. everywhere to wipe winter 
completely from your mind! 


What a fascinating vaca- 
tion! And this B.W.1.A. all- 
expense package tour is 
built with a budget in mind. 
The one low price includes 
round-trip air fare...ac- 
commodations in the finest 
hotels ... most meals. Mail 
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You Can’t Blame 
A Body for Tiring 


Travel which requires sitting 
for many hours in a plane, 
train or car, is very taxing on 
the flow of bléod and other 
fluids through the body. Wear 
ing constricting garments also 
contributes against circulation 
from the extremities. 


Aristocracy’s Outpost 


Fine Jewei Hunting itPale Beach 


By Horace Sutton 
PALM BEACH, Fla,.—Jewe! 
hunting and jiggle fishing are 
two of the favorite sports here 
on this upholstered sand bar 


from the shady side of the lily 
pads, Woody finds a dry cor. 
ner of marsh land, fries the 
fish with hush puppies and 
drop dumplings 

He is also given to cooking 
up a mess of swamp cabbage 


where socialites 
sunburn in the 
winter. Jiggle 
fishing is 
cheaper 

Anyone whos 
cares to fritter 
away a cloudy 
day bobbing for 
baubles will 
find an 
———@ ment 
| mond dispensa- 

ries along 

Worth ave., a fdur-block cause 
| way of costly shops that be 
| gins at the Atlantic Ocean and 
can end in disaster. 

As for giggle fishing, ail you 
need is a long cane pole, a 
short line, a piece of pork rind 
for bait, and an aptitude for 
jiggling the bait so that a 
nearsighted bass will think it's 
| a frog. The best place to jiggle 
| for fish is in the Glades that 

stretch west of the plush acre- 

age of the Palm Beaches. 

A gent with the unlikely 
_handle of J. W. Upthegrove, 
| otherwise known as “Woody,” 

will take you whizzing out 

across the wet flatiands in an 
airboat, a craft that draws 
about a half-inch of water and 
is driven by an airplane mrotor. 

Upthegrove counts it within 

his province, on receipt of $20, 
| to take a party of four out for 
| a half day, supply each with 
| pole, line and pork. Once a 
| passel of bass has been lured 


Maintenance of good circu- 
lation requires body motion 
according to a recent article in 
the official publication of the 
American Society of Travel! 
Agents..The Society advocates 
an hourly walk for all and, in 
& special note to the ladies, 
advises them to “leave their 
girdies at hame.” 


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Price includes hotels, siehteecine, 

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April thre August, 1956 on Queen Mery or Queen Elize- 
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April thru September. Round trip from $1627.50. COS- 
MOPOLITAN Tours. Sailings April thru October vie Mollend- 
America liner (or by cirliner)—round trip from $1075. 
MHAWAIIi—Monthly scilings in 1956 on $.S. Lurliae from 
Soa Frencisce or Los Angeler—23 to 26 deys of untorge> 
toble enjoyment including 5 dey tour of the islonds From §716 round trip 
GAEXICO—13 dey escorted cir tour of new ond old Mexico, visiting Mexice 
City, Gvedelupe. the Pyromids, Fleeting Gerdem, Cvernevoce, Texca, 
Acopulcs, ond mony otters. From $199 plus clr tronspertetion te and 


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} al shows, one of the most pop- 


which goes under the name of 
hearts of paim in fancy res- 
taurants New York's “21” 
Club calls it Coeur de Palm 
Mousseline and peddles it for 
$1.50 a portion. While jiggle 
fishermen are working on the 
main course, Woody is prepar- 
ing crick-ewater coffee, made 
from swamp water and coffee 
grounds, boiled loose in a 
kettle 


MEANWHILE. back at the 
Beach, the ladies will be fin 
ishing lunch at the elegant 
Everglades Club. and will turn 
to making out their place 
cards for dinner. It costs one 
cool grand to be initiated into 
the Everglades, a club only 
open in the winter. 

Society foregathers in its 
Orange Garden and dances by 
the glow of the stars and the 
amber bulbs hung in the 
potted trees. If it rains, a 34- 
ton steel roof lined with can- 
vas will slide over the custom- 
ers in exactly 2 minutes and 
20 seconds. The little inven. 
tion cost $265,000. 

Paim Beach's biggest night 
club, the Patio, which, perish 
forbid, is open to the hoi polloi, 
has had a sliding roof for 
vears With the Everglades 
Club. cramping style. the 
Patio had to think up a new 
wrinkie. Now, on good nights. 
the nitery peels back the ceil 
ing and sends a platoon of vio- 
linists topside to serenade the 
customers from the roof, vet 


A surrounded outpost of 
aristocracy, Palm Beach is still 
building villas that cost as high 
as $400,000. Castles on the 
sand belong to the du Ponts, 
the Sloans, the Donohwes, the 
Pulitzers, the Phippses, the 
Munns and Robert R. Young. 


its 


The Duke and Duchess of c 


World’s Fair B 


CIUDAD TRUJILLO — The 
Dominican Republic, which 


| lays claim to being the oldest 


European colony in America, 
is celebrating the suc¢ess of 
Interna- 


tional Fair for Peace and Prog- 
ress here in the capital of the 
country 

According to George P. Bra 
ender, U. S. sales manager for 
Varig Airlines of Brazil, which 
serves Ciudad Trujillo, over 
414,000 persons have visited 
the Fair since it opened on 
Dec. 20. 1955. A large per- 
centage of those who have at 
tended or who are making res 
ervations now through August, 
he adds, are Americans 

One of the principal factors 
contributing to the success of 
the Dominican Fair are the 
foreign and domestie industri- 


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ular of which is the “Atoms 
for Peace” exhibit dominating 
the United States Pavilion. 
But the emphasis is also on 
fun since the fair is primarily 


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Windsor are winter habitues. 

There is evidence that Palm 
Beach will stretch itself into 
a year-around resort. The Col- 
ony Hotel, a half block from 
Worth ave., will drop its rates 
to $14 to $20 a day for doubles, 
$10 to $16 for singles begin- 
April 15, and will stay 
open all year. It has aircon- 
ditioning, a radio and a TV 
set in every room, and this 
year added a pool. 

The outdoor charcoal broiler 
burns all evening, and tables 
are set up with flickering 
candles by the poolside. Just 
announced is a project called 
Palm Beach Towers, a 1400- 
room apartment hotel, to be 
built on the lakefront site of 
the old Poinciana, Flagier’s 
first hotel in Palm Beach 


‘THERE IS talk, too, of elim- 
inating all car traffic on Worth 
ave. Coffee tables would be 
set up in the bougainvillaea- 
bedecked arcades, and aged 
parties could be propelled 
dowy a center island aboard 
Afromobiles, the white wicker 
roller chairs still used here. 

Naturally, a lady could still 
stop by before lunch to pick 
up a squarecut emerald at 
Cartier’s next door to the Ever- 
glades Club. And a man could 
have his hair cut in a haber- 
dashery shop, or buy a white 
Japanese kimono for a beach 
coat or even blue denim knick- 
ers, which have been seen 
here this season. 


Of course, shoppers would 
have to give up thé sport of 
watching the sports cars go by. 
On a good day, the curb at 
Worth ave. will have more Cor- 
vettes than the United States 
Coast Guard. And there were 
sO. many cream-colored Thun- 
derbirds in the visiting Ford 
family that Henry Il, who 
plays here, couldn't tell which 
was his. You can see it now 
on Worth ave., almost any day, 
with a diagonal red stripe 
painted on the doo! 

The Saturéey Review 


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pyran’ 


ig Success 


a party to celebrate this coun- 
try’s quarter of a century of 
peace and prosperity 

In all 30 nations from every 
part of the world are repre- 
sented at the Fair, which is lo 
cated on the shore of the blue 
Caribbean just outside Ciudad 
Trujillo 


Thrift Tours Set 
To Begin April l 


Now that 
Family Fai 
brought overseas 
most budgets. 
soon be offering 
pean Thrift Tours for a down 
payment of only $68.20. A 
choice of three different alli- 
inclusive tours will be avail- 
able any time from April 1 

The “Four Capitals” tour 
cas an Minerary ~ whieh ~ it 
cludes London Amsterdam 
The Hague, Brussels and 
Paris—with extensive § sight- 
seeing in each city. The price 
is $682, or $37.14 a month using 
Swissair's Pay Later Plan. The 
“Southern Special” features 
Geneva, Madrid, Paris and 
London for an over-all price 
of $718, or $3876 per month 
The third tour is Swissair's 
“Roman Holiday” to Rome. 
Nice, Monte Carlo, Paris and 
London on a 15-day schedule 
The basic tour costs $773, or 
$41.70 monthly 

All these prices include 
round-trip transportation from 
New York, accommodation in 
good hotels, sightseeing and 
meals except in London, Paris 
and Rome, where breakfast 
only is provided 


Pay Later 

e plans 

travel within 
Swissair will 
l5day Euro, 


Newcomers’ Name 


“Cheechakos” is the name 
given newcomers to Alaska, 
according to Northwest Orient 
Airlines, featuring Stratocruis- 
er service to Anchorage. 


. 

Virginia 
PREF Book tells how to mix fun 
and histery en your Virginia vYa- 
cation Write Dept Conseervation 


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Atlantic City, N. J. 


Sam RFR. Quincey Photo. 


Palm Beach's four-block causeway of costly shops begins at the Atlantic Ocean and 


Can end in disaster. 


THE WASHINGTON POST 
and TIMES HERALD 


Sunday, February 26, 1966 
J C9 


Holiday’s No Time for Sightseeing 


By George Weller 
Chicago Daily News Foreign Service 

ROME — Italy's 44 million 
members of the 3-hours-for 
lunch club take their full. 
length vacations seriously. 

They plan minutely, count 
ing every centesimo. They 
never live in big hotels, pre 
ferring little inns where they 
know the proprietor. They tip 
generously—more so than the 
British or French. And they 
time their tips (an art under. 
stood by few Americans) to 
get the most in gratitude and 
service. 

Until this year Italy's fami 
lies had to find places either 
aboard a small scooter with a 
basket in front for baby, or 
in thirdclass railroad cars. 
But in 1956 thousands of Ital- 
ians will travel in the new 
S-place Fiat 600, a $1000 car 
with a rugged motor and easy 
luggage room for two weeks, 

Third class is soon to dis- 
appear from trains, with the 
result that more $250 scoot. 
ers like the Vespa and Lam- 


bretta are on the roads 1 


THE LATIN in every Italian | 
demands that he cut a good’ 
figure on vacation, being al.) 
ways neat and smart outdoors 
and in. He is indifferent to! 
whether the bathroom is his! 
or everybody's but his room| 
must be bright and cheerful. | 

The beach-loving Italians of 
moderate means go to the 
Adriatic coast because it is 40 


¢ ‘Williamsburg, va 


KALLE KERIO 


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per cent cheaper than the 
Naples - Rome circuit. They 


favor the remoter islands like* 


Elba, Sardinia and the Liparis. | 


They leave Capri, Ischia and 
the places of the Amalfi Drive 
to the foreigners. They spend 
about $40 a week. 

Citizens of a resort country, 
the Italians tuck themselves 
away in the Dolomites around 
the edges of famous mountain- 
ous places like Cortina. They 
choose an inn in the nearby 
village, coming into the cen- 
tral resort to taste the cafe 
life at sunset, to drink a ver- 
mouth and watch the girls and 
titles ankle by. 

Italians visit their own gal- 
leries like the Uffizi and Vat 
ican. But, realistic at heart. 
they believe living comes first 
They are never cowed into 
didactic sightseeing. 

They are bored by night 
clubs, contented to cry “che 
bello” as outdoor fireworks 
soar up in a summer sky, or 
a soccer goal is scored neatly, 
or a hawk circles against a 
cliff in the Abruzzi. 


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Find inspiration in the famous 
buildings, historic shrines, aad 
beautiful gardens in the colonial 
capita! of Virginia where Thomas 
Jefferson, Patrick Henry, and other 
great patriots lived. Dine in its un- 
usual taverns—King’s Arms and 
Chowning’s. Fine lodgings at mod- 
ern hotels and colonia! guest houses 
—golf, tennis and cycling. 

Williamsburg Lodge & Taveras 
Double from $6.00 
Williamsburg lun & Cottages 
Double from $10.00 
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MacMillan’s Scheme 
Greeted by Protests 


By J. A. Livingston 


“Resign'” “Shame!” “Censure!” 


Those words rang out in the House of Commons when British 
Chancellor of the Exchequer Harold MacMillan announced. his’ 


acheme t@ pull in John Bull's belt another hole. 

Workers would have to pay more for food 
because the government subsidy on bread and 
milk would be cut. Workers would be able to 
Buy leess on time because installment restric- 
tions would be increased. 

Such a scheme didn't suit the Labor Party 
one bi! A motion to censure Prime Minister 
Eden's leadership was made. But Conserva- 
tive M. Ps. beat it, 325 to 259. 

The British are making another effort to 
follow Wilkins Micawhber's advice to David 
Copperfield: “Annual income 20 pounds, an- ’ : 
nual expenditure nineteen pounds six, result 
happiness. Annual income 20 pounds, annual Livingston 
expenditure 20 pounds, ought and six, result misery.” Micaw 
ber’s philosophy was easy-go. 


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carried by an economic tide. And enjoying it. 
Franks’ Frank Appraisal 

They've been lifting their living standards year by year. Ra- 
tioning has been eliminated; meat, bacon, and butter are much 
more plentiful than five years ago. Workers have been getting 
steady incerases in pay. Homes have been built to provide 
better housing and eliminate crowding. New plant and equip- 
ment has increased industrial production and efficiency. All to 
an inflation accompaniment. 

This Micawberism has been at the expense of the British 
pound, British credit, The pound’s not what it used to be— 
worth the same the world over. It takes second place to the 
dollar in international commerce, because it's not freely con- 
vertible. And the way the British have been living, conver- 
tibility becomes an old Spanish custom, “Manana.” 

In the words of Sir Oliver Franks, former British ambassador 

ts the United States and now chairman of Lioyds Bank, Lid., 
Britain's not keeping up with countries in the western world 


A BELT-PULLING JOB 
Great Britain imports too much, exports too little. 
Result: Gold and dollar reserves near low 


1946 4748 ‘40 SOS 525354 1946 47 46 4950S ‘Se 5354S 
Source Wternetonsl Monetary Fund } A Lrngsten 


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“Since the end of 1951, the Continental countries have accumu- 
lated some five billions of gold and dollars; our own reserves 
«++ are lower than in 1945, when prices were half their present 
level. This is a state of affairs that we must all find deeply 
disquieting.” | 


The Losing Export-Import Race 


Britain's official gold and dollar holdings are near minimum— 
about $2.1 billion. They've dropped for seven consecutive 
months. To combat this drain, the government over the years 
has encouraged exports. But each time exports rise, imports 
seem to rise still more (see chart). 
and gold holdings 

That's why the Bank of England recently raised its discount 
rates from 4% to 5% per cent. That's why food subsidies are 
being cut. The Chancellor of the Exchequer wants to reduce 
domestic consumption. He wants to reduce imports. 

The Labor Party dislikes the program because it hits workers 


~~~@irectiy, Why doesn’t the Chancellor clamp_a lid on imports— 


use quotas? The Conservatives recoil, That would run counter 
to the efforts of the United States and other countries to reduce 
trade barriers. It would be ineffective. Cyrbs on imports 
wouldn't stop Britons from spending. They'd divert purchases 
to “made-in-Britain” merchandise. That would cut the amount 
of British goods available for export. 


As Micawber Said... 


MacMillan is also criticized because his program would cur- 
tail investment. This argument is presented in the London 
Economist thus: “If our children are going to produce twice 
as much as we do, they are not going to do it by working harder 
than we (for which they have not been trained) or by being 
cleverer (perish the thought), but by having twice as many 
inanimate slaves to assist them. The way to plenty is to build 
up as rapidly as possible the national capital of machines, of 
buildings to house them, of power to drive them and of com- 
munications between them.” 

The Economist would have Britain do as Micawber said, not 
as he did: “What matters for the long term is that the volume 
of productive investment should be high. What is important 
for the short term is that the volume of investment should not 
be higher than the savings available to finance hy 

A 1 per cent retrenchment in British consumption and invest- 
ment a year—about half a billion dollars—would turn the trick 
for MacMillan. Such a molehill of a percentge is a mountain 
of political, economic and social difficulty. Retrenchment is a 
slap in the face of prosperity. Britain, like the United States, 
has full employment. Workers are well off. They want to enjoy 


themselves. ) | 
Yet. if consumption goes on merrily, if Britain doesn't re- 


trench, Micawberism prevails. 


He didn’t bother about “easy- 
come” and landed in debtor's prison. Since the end of the war, 
the British have been unintentional Micawbers, They've been any other career. 


TAR SRR RRR SEES aS eR | 


Result: The fali in dollar 


"Business 


C10 


SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26 


, 1956 


Washington Success Story 


a A 


$360 Million Spent 
In Postwar Period 


To Modernize 


By S. Oliver Goodman 
Financial Editor 


Railroading comes natural to 
‘Harry Ashby DeButts. He's the 
son and grandson of railroad- 
ers. He's never had or wanted 


Forty years ago, he started 
'work for the Southern Railway 
|— just like his father and grand- 
father before him. 

Today he's president of the 
Southern ... top man of an 
enterprise with more than $800 
million of assets. 

Like most Southern Railway 
workers, DeButfts glows with 
pride when speaking of THE 
Southern. To him, the railroad 
and its 8000 miles of gleaming 
track and more than 55,000 
pieces of rolling equipment are 
not merely inanimate objects. 

He spends at least half his 
time traveling over the South- 
ern's well-kept roadbed, looking 
over the equipment, and talking 
with many of its 28,000 em- 
| ployes 

From his apartment on the! 
ninth floor of Arlington Tow-| 
jers in nearby Virginia, he ad- 
imits using binoculars to watch 
the Southern trains flash by at! 
la distance. 


: 


‘Diesel’ DeButts Guides 
Southern to New Savings 


By Douglas Chevalier, @taff Photocranh + 


HARRY ASHBY DeBUTTS 
. » » Pioneer Advocate of Diesel Operation 


Executive Offices Here 
The other half of his time is 
spent in spacious offices on the OM@ OF 
ith floor of the Southern Rail-/ recognize the worth of Diesel 
| way Building at 15th and K sts. engines. As vice ‘president in 
‘nw. Southern is the only rail-/charge of operations, he ad- 
‘road that has its executive of.|vocated a changeover from 
‘fices in Washington. steam to Diesel power, Today, 
A far-flung system stretching|the Southern doesn’t have a 
| steel veins into 13 states. South- Single coal-burning locomotive 
ern’s operations in the District, ©" its tracks. 
'of Columbia constitute big busi-| Push-button operations in 
ness. In Washington and Alex-' yards are another innovation 
andria alone, Southern employs|that have proved their worth 
1286 persons with an annual in time and savings, he de- 
payroll in excess of $9 million. 'clared. Mechanized “stream- 
Square-jawed and built like a lining” of maintenance of way, 
fast halfback, DeRButts talks further concentration and 
| wih a decisive manner. He dis- mechanization of equipment 
‘plays a remarkable memory, maintenance, elimination § of 
cites facts and figures about duplicate practices and services 
his railroad and then confirms 4nd a general economy drive 
them by referring to a pocket “nave helped to save the last 
filing system. possible penny out of the com 
Uppermost in his mind ap- pany’s gross revenues.” 
‘parently at the time of this in “Can't Be Pessimistic” 
terview was the road's debt re 
tirement program He pointed Pointing to the trend toward 
out that the last $38 million ‘ndustrializing the South, he 
of 1956 bond maturities will be added “you can't be pessimistic 
retired in April of this year, 0m the South's future.” And 
“trom treasury--cash,— ret—re—-25 the South expands 
funding.” the Southern Railway. 
| | Since he became president 
Fixed Charges Slashed of the Southern on Jan. 1, 1952, 
| During the past 19 years, he nearly 500 new plants have 
emphasized, fixed charges will been located along the system's 
have been reduced (with the lines. Over the past 10 years, 
April deal) to about 95 mil-'more than 3700 new plants or 
lion annually from $17.5 mil enlargements of existing plants 
lion in 1937. have taken place along South- 
Since the organization of the ern’s lines. 
Southern in 1804, he recalls) peRutis would rather talk 
with pride, the railroad has raijjroad than about himself, 
never defaulted on a single but before space runs out here 
financial obligation. is some personal background 
Chatting about the future, First, is an admission from 
he's convinced that the South- DeButis that his name should 
ern’s $360 million outlay since be spelled “deButts.” However, 
1945 for modernization will he’s long since given up the 
mean more economical and ef- fight to have people use a capi- 
ficient operations tal D before his last name. The 
“Our all-Diesel operation for error started when he went on 
instance means tremendous the payroll of Southern in 1916 
savings and faster service,” he Although he still signs his name 
said. “Do you know that a on personal checks with a smal! 
Diesel engine virtually pays for D. common usage dictates the 
itself in three or four years?” use of a capital D 
Diesel-minded DeButts was: He entered the service of 


— ~~ — 


so will 


student track apprentice at Cul- 
peper, Va., earning $43 a month 
with a pick and shovel. Thirty- 
five years and 17 jobs later, he 
became president. He succeeded 
Ernest E. Norris, who had been 
president for 15 years, exactly 
the time that DeButts had 
served as vice president in 
charge of operations. 

He was born in Delaplane, 
Va., on Oct. 13, 1895, attended 
grade schools in Fauquier 
County, went to high school in 
Front Royal and received a 
B.S. degree in civil engineering 
from Virginia Military Institute 
in 1916. 

Advice to youths desiring a 
railroad career: “Be a leader 
Learn how to handle people 
You must have men like to 
work for and with you.” 

For recreation, he likes to 
hunt and fish; plays an occa 
sional game of golf: enjoys 
weekend visits to his farm home 
in Upperville, Va. 

On Two D. C. Boards — 

In addition to a multitude 
of executive positions on South- 
ern'’s many subsidiary railroads 
and companies, he is a director 
of the following: Equitable Life 
Assurance Society, Chase Man- 
hattan Bank, Riggs National 
Bank, and Woodward & Loth- 
rop 

Also, he’s a member of the 
Board of Visitors of Virginia 
Military Institute, a member 
of the Transportation Council 
of the U.S. Department of Com- 
merce, and a member of the 
Transportation and Communi- 
cation Department Committee 
of the U. 5. Chamber of Com. 
merce. 

He can't remember ever want- 
ing to be a locomotive engi- 
neer. “When I was young, I 
think I wanted to be a con 
ductor more than 
else.” 


D.C. Kiwanis Club Anaconda Builds in Chile 
‘To Hear Lovejoy 


Frank W. Lovejoy, former 


The Anaconda Co. announced 


SANTIAGO, Chile, Feb. 25 # 


today it was investing $1,050,000 ‘estimated, 


Chicago Livestock 


CHICAGO. Feb. 35 > 
ABLE HOG6 Receipts 


VEDA 
706, tetal 
compared Week aa0 


Capital Commerce 


here today. 
Prudential’s offices are in Vir- 


loan units operated by Guar- 
dian. 

Howard V. Noll, president of 
Guardian, said that personne! 
of the Prudential offices will be 
unchanged. Prudential for- 
merly was known as Glenn 
Roger Credit, Inc., and changed 
its name last October. 

At the end of 1955, Pruden- 
tial’s receivables were reported 
in excess of $1.5 million while 
Guardian listed its receivables 
at about $10 million. 

During the past 10 years, 
Guardian has doubled its of- 
fices, according to President 
Noll. The firm was established 
in 1927 and last November 
made its first public stock of. 
fering. This was an issue of 50.- 
000 shares of $10-par 6 per cent 
convertible preferred stock. 

Prudential Loan was estab- 
lished in 1951 (as Glenn Roger 
Credit, Inc.) and now operates 
offices in Arlington, Alexandria 
and Norfolk, Va.; Silver Spring, 
— Rainier and Baltimore, 


Addison to Speak 
Francis G. Addison Jr., presi- 
dent and board chairman of 


‘county banks. 
manager of the Queens Chapel 
of the first rail officials to’/Southern on July 6, 1916, as a 


anything 


the Security Bank, will be guest 


speaker at a dinner meeting 
Monday of the Prince Georges 


‘Chamber of Commerce at the 


Prince Georges Golf and Coun- 
try Club. The occasion is the 
county chamber’'s first Bankers 
Night. Invited to attend are 
the managing officers of 11 
William Norris, 


office of Suburban Trust Co.. 
is in charge of the program. 


Institute to Start 

The second annual Institute 
on Profitable Management for 
Small Business. will start on 
Tuesday night. This will be the 
first of 10 night sessions, spon- 
sored by American University’s 
School of Business Administra. 


tion in cooperation with the 
Small Business Administration. 
Owners and executives of area 
business firms are invited to 


attend the 8 to 10:30 p. m. ses-| 


sions in the Glover Room of 
Hurst Hall on the uptown cam. 
pus of American University. En. 
roliment or inquiries: Institute 
for Small Business at American 
University. 


Wine Tasting Contest 
In connection with its 28th 


anniversary, the Bank Women's 
‘Club of Washington will con- 


..__-duct.a wine tasting contest at 


a dinner meeting Monday in 
the Madison Arms. Bottles of 
wine will be given those who 
sip and name five wines cor- 
rectly. Miss Dorothy Werner 
will preside, assisted by mem- 
\bers from National Bank of 
Washington who will be host- 
esses for the night. 


5 Key Promotions 


Philip Filderman, President 
of Todd's Inc.. yesterday an- 
nounced the following five pro- 
motions: Murray Fischer, gen- 
eral manager; Irving Silver- 
blank, manager of the store a 
lith and F sts. nw: Morris Kit- 
tler, manager of the warehouse 
at 25th and G sts. nw: Herbert 
Filderman and Stuart Wender 
managers of the warehouse in 
Alexandria. 


New Toy Department. 
The Jos. M. Zamoiski Co. {s 


‘expanding its activities to in. 


clude a top department headed 
by Harold P. Rudolph. Head. 
quarters for the new depart. 
ment will be at 2122 24th pl. ne 


6 Prudential Loan 
Offices Are Sold 


By Alexander Henderson ) 
Staff Reporter 


The six offices of Prudential Loan Corp., which has head-' Department store sales in 
quarters in Washington, have been purchased by Guardian Con-| Washington in January showed 
sumer Finance Corp. of Stanford, Conn., it was announced an increase of 6 per cent over 


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Over 1955 


Store Sales 
In January 


|Up 6% Here 
in bar 


‘the first month of 1955. This 
was disclosed yesterday in a 
monthly summary issued by the 
A new and modern showroom is Federal Reserve Bank of Rich- 
under construction there A mond. Sales in the 12 months 
wide variety of toys will be ended with January were 8 per 
handled. The firm also distrib- cent greater than a year pre- 
utes nationally known brands viously. 

of kitchen and household ap-| Sales in the District served 
pliances. by the bank were 4 per cent 


‘higher in the month and 8 oer 
C & P Reports 


‘cent larger for the 12 mon’ ts. 
Net operating income of the Stores in Baltimore repo.!cd 


Chesapeake & Potomac Tele-|2 decrease of 4 per cent for tre 
phone Co. for January month and a gain of 3 per cent 
. , *\for the longer period, Ri-’. 
amounted to $553,036, a de- mond stores experienced a g2'n 
crease of $55,895 from the first of 7 per cent and 8 per cent 
month of 1955. Operating rev- respectively. 


enues increased $178,143 over 1 
a year ago to $4,633,856. Operat- Lumber Shipments 

ing expenses, including taxes,,| Lumber shipments of 492 
amounted to $4.080.820 com- Mills reporting to the National 
pared with $3.846.782 in Janu-| Lumber Trade Barometer were 
ary 1955. The board of directors|!.4 Per cent above production 
have appropriated $191,000 for {OF the week ended Feb. 18. 
plant additions and improve-|!" the same week new orders 
ments. The major part of this Of these mills were 1.5 per cent 
money will be used for equip-|D¢low production. Unfilled or- 
‘Ment in the Brooktand dfal cen-,2¢t3.-of the . reporting mills 
ter and the Downtown toll cen. 4mounted to 40 per cent of 
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Pennsy Net Slumps 
Pennsylvania Railroad Co. re- 
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075,760 in the same 1955 month 
The railroad said that January 
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To take charge of Ordnance Drafting Depart- Spring Special. So act now! 


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sy Galesmen met with the officers 
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ta discussion of current sales) 
"tel problems. The occasion was the 
1956 meeting of the company’s 
“ti field advisory committee, mem-| 
ie tt te 7 cents 8 eile anaes a eee a world-wide under active consideration an a Rg a FF 
pounds or lagers Lovejoy market. expansion program which 5 lower: bulls 25 to m 
remslame he a esas ties The five participating man- Lovejoy is @ would require the expenditure light yearling’ stock steers strong » 
Fob. 4 fe8. 17). Wore and their branches were: graduate of Pratt Institute and of $20 million. ke feeders about steady. prime 
2.17% alt Zimmerman. northern | % the Harvard Business School 
21) y a where he specialized in courses .. : 
196% a o yr ong ow designed for industrial em- New York Bank Stocks 
byt eo y Boe sullen Si eetalie ployes. He joined Socony 4s 4) tw YORE, Feb. 25.—The latest quotetions crade 
—~ William Dunkak San Fran- marketing specialist arter ee ee Bids Asked prime 1 
cisco. The top salesman was associated es tare hey WILD | tons of : : eee 7” eT OT 
Walter Szwed, agent in Detroit the Curtis Publishing Co. | ag BE Be ? choice 
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ew Lokyo Utility Buys Nationwide Insurance —_(fepie test 
63's “ere © as first Mat City @ Y) 
63% Huge U. S. Turbine | Premium income of the auto cearenty ~ wst 
or TOKYO. Feb. 25 (®—The mobile, life and fire companies we Trest oa 
tam Tokyo Electric Power Co, today_in the Nationwide Insurance eg ~ ay By 
12¥4 signed a $13,600,000 contract group last year was $153,940,- “*"** States Trest . 
1188 alas gy gyal enone 000, Murray D. Lincoln, presi-|~ 
“the world's. largest turbine ‘Pt of the firms, announced 
nerator outside the United yesercay. c 
Se oeten * . number 3,040,000. Total assets 
| increased more 
Michael Sodano, Japanese @Uring | 1955 
| representative of IGE, said the than $32 million and exceed 
‘contract calls for the delivery $251 million. Taxes on 1955 bus- 
) ; p> ‘ness amounted to $5.687 mil- 
of a 175,000 kilowatt “tandem © . 
‘compound triple flow turbine a , ey arb gy ae 
| ; mately $1.87 millio 
ag ec Tokyo Electric juired for Federal income 
in January 1958. taxes 


Index 


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YORK, Feb. 24 ~The Associated Press 
35 important commodities 


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Station Wagon Plant | 
Started b . " | Aute Output Declines — 
‘Start 7 =e | DETROIT, Feb. 25 #.—Pas- 
Tt tr|._ DETROIT, Feb. 25 (*—Ford)|senger car output this week 
toed. and livestock an were very Motor Co.'s Mercury Division) will drop to the lowest level of 
fates. ee tat|announced today it has begun'the year so far, Automotive 
construction of a rate sta-- News said today, The trade 

Yer tion wagon plant nearby paper estimates assemblies at 

Wayne, Mich. 124,317 cars, compared with 
The plant, designed to go into! 128,236 last eee with 170, 
production late this year, wifl'504 in the parable 1955) 
provide 352,000 square feet of week. Previous lowest week of 
1} floor area. It will have a com- 
plete hody shop, paint shop and 
trim shop. ' 


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Stocks Approach All -Time Peak egz==". ee 


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ied 10,568,480 shares; pre- | Vi F. f Ci f ] | 86 a sti " 20% ged to talk about possible [2 atid chat Hil atet etme titi pee trie 
week tota , . | . ancial aid to Argentina. The af uy UeGUY UDU 
Vieus week 10,597,410; same week | aried ac Ors . ? ” nf ; Mlle he yi (State Department sources said (LU uSmeol BB outs iE : 


_last lv 11,502,390, the United States’ attitude is) 


"high Low Last Che. NEW YORK, Feb. 25 @—Record ; few days. They want to protect those = ‘I leeing clarified because M op 
high earnings and laughter on the | profits, naturally, To do so they soi Hoent 32 I wet mics’ || parently has been misunder- ( 
“18 A 38 Uae By golf course this week helped the stock | would sell if the market showed hesi- leaned os eS || GE bef stood in Argentina. Asst. Sec 
‘3 market to advance convincingly. The | tation no matter what the presidential 22% Melme spi retary of State Henry F. Hol- 
rise carried it to within striking dis- | decision. Such selling could drive A. ag aoreet ae 4 19+ ae tema ond Sxpertiowert Bank! 
taace of the old record high mark | prices lower soit tiere Pas | | President Samuel Waugh visit-| 4 ma 
that was established the day before On the week the Associated Press . 0. 51 ; SLER..... } ‘ed Argen ina in November and! item 
President Eisenhower was laid low by | average of 60 stocks advanced $2.60 7%" ; 38 ois Sichshecanle Whnits ceded: that coeni Pa ‘December, discussing possible} | 
a heart attack. and closed at $179.00. That is close ; Lite Hew Rebing ~~ 4 : Dets: C Reports: N oat |financial aid. TUAIMI LIL MA) MS D0 ee 
Principal props under any stock | to the record high of $181.50 set Sept : 1M gl) Me 3 ‘s tm Company Reports: N.Y. S.C. Merrie Kats | 
market are earnings, dividends, and 23 and is a new high mark for the 09% tHey Chev pi 4% 2 , | 
investor confidence. current year 7 | ; 2 | 
108 21% 21% y og Earnings reports this week from Last week's market ended with a : 7 ' , Drive Pinuned 
1 116% 116% 116+ ® one giant corporation after another sharply higher flurry of buying bnat 2 Rete 


; o ie met showed 1955 profits were at record | momentum carried over this week, and : 19% Holly Sug 1.208 | ‘et ° bd 
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+1 | Telephone, Goodyear, Goodrich, Olin ungs were Quiet On a Hooker | ° | a managed investment j 

% ' brokers and others started early on H A f / . m 

17 112%9 108% 112%+2% Mathieson, to name some outstanding 0 pap ob | Ome Aim o p48 70 to 100 high-grade com- 
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MM. Be Bet | Cxampies.” mon stocks selected for 


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ing trend. ! After the Wednesday recess, the | % $11 jweue Fo . 7 gu , growth possibilities from 
The third factor, investor confi-| market launched a sizable rally that ie 98 Howst Oi 2 ; —___ the List of Legal Investments for Trust Funds in the 
dence, came when President Eisen- | produced excellent gains on heavy in Gee ben we 2 prary oom aae Nias 8 District of Columbia 
hower played gelf and laughed and § yolume. That was the day the Presi- 2s shes = ee 2 A campaign to put home- 7 
joked at his mistakes as ordered by | dent played a good game of golf Ty qiudiMan pf > 7 P are ‘2 building emphasis on the qual- Prospectus may be obtained from your dealer or the undersigned 


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sn wedi: There was one other factor, purely | with only slight abatement, and the ) opp Cp | ‘s the number was announced yes JOHNSTON LEMON & co 
to+1% fas « = Cc ’ ’ iy &i ’ , . i , “ F —-— - 
77% et ty a trading situation. Many traders are _§ final bell found trading at a fast pace sore Sass Sow —, ' terday by the United States ; 
fully invested, and they already have with prices right around their best 27 \dehe Pw 30 % 2m »~ % Savings and Loan League. Member Philadel phie-Baltimore Stockh Exchange 


‘ Sie Wi Coot "se é, “iv im-| | 
large paper profits acquired in the last | levels. whi be ta . The drive, carrying the im SOUTHERN BUILDING 13S NO. ST. ASAPH 


, OTP. 4 1} i Term &f ‘ plication that the mortgage 
fp — Be i 4955-54. fiaies 31a 24\y Ingpis, PRL 1 | 28 2% 29-~ \s lenders will look with Jess favor WASHINGTON 3, B. C. ALEXANDRIA, VA. 


4% Am Bosch ‘ue 86588 1 1) 18+ Me, 1990-56 : . : r h Lew Last oh 
Si Am Br Shee 210g 58 42% 41% 42 $ Sn zh Last Che |iieh — SS YT ro 1s nee i. : on what one League official | Picare send me without eblication prospects om WASHINGTON MUTUAL 
17% i 3% Din T Met ‘tg 3803 188% 18% 19% } : called the “low-cost, minimum ,. Ny Tous Puro. 
Sma 4 ioe bet tot ime a . dwelling,” will start in April. 
% 37m I7% ' > Dice Co “u ow 2% 21% teserse Cif ee bs dys Walter H. Dreier, president, 
gh FB See seeueeh of’ : ‘said the League believes the SPP PITS 
; , 192 . v postwar housing shortage has) lnatii-upeienen sabeuieisinbelnianan dinisabightiaigicibimubdantdsaodinieaniaaeiel 
Ze . ~ | "2 been met and the primary need 
Aa *) ss “ § “an. , , +t “is no longer greater quantity, 
af ie Se 6? 2¥9+2' “ys oF “but greater quality.” 
' “We also believe it does little 
‘« good for’ us to spend huge sums 
-of money for work on slum 
rehabilitation and urban re- j) STOCK BROKERS 
‘newal. if some of the homes 
‘ ' 33 m1 we finance today are potential 
so a i. a "e ; : ¥ “—!™ slums 20 and 25 years from MEMBERS 
now,” he said > . 
; . | Dreier said the League plansiil PHILADELPHIA-BALTIMORE STOCK EXCHANGE 
“ OWS Cig 8 7 1 we 3 a | “4+ % an educational program among 
tage © 1a a oe Se oto sete, tater , ' the loan officers of savings as- ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF NEW OFFICES 
tal 4 Pon ia iaterst Pee iM%4— % sociations on good homesites 
' a 8 ri East § Sti 1% oe antag = ‘er , 4 » sr ant and land planning, improve- IN THE 
‘he Met pf oe 208 8 95° : i — & ¥ = 2 _ ments in home design, and the 
“ae 7" ew ied 1 am | | best advice available” on 
What Stocks Did . - e . a % ‘ Op > - a <a Dow-Jones Stocks sound construction standards PENNSYLVANIA BUILDING 
a P ‘2 : ren the renee of the Dew Jones The goal, he said, is to boost 
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tate Gillen a a , | Mi ane 13 168 ) and loan institutions 
, The League also will sponsor 
0% 2% ' . 3 ~.% a “construction loan clinic” in 
Me 20% fei C 1v Chicago in September for lend- 
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business survey by the National 
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tie foe Mage oe ae at a — ty Bo tm 2 NW Sey Gi SSNOS ON nat heduotrion | grow taster 
7% 45% Cities Sve 2.4% . ' ™ fed Pos B4 18) «08 DN 1s 24 Li ' >a. “ Me production moved up during 
City _., ee “= “e 32% Fee 8 st 4g ee | “ 3 , a re 999 127 te 1 “4.4 February at about the same Some men say, “Sure I'd like 
19% City St s 2 * 3 ee im 3 "+ ; ARB ND a A . ————-- : -fA_OmD, stocks, Dut youve got | 
City Str of : " : , 1% ‘ 4 oe - , 5. O! fers leveled off slightly. . to be rich and «a financial 
Ciart tone i _ 7 i 1 ” ds IZ ~o ; ; ob ww ¥ + 29 f wizard te make it pay.” 
*Clev COSM pf ‘“ & Fiestese ' ’ ts hee! iz, “ : In the February report, 32 : Actually vou. have manr 
‘Firest pf a+ %! S *) ied ’  *! ner cent of purchasing exec ye * = 
First 5 Su ’ ° ‘ : . - it ves sury *"y ed said roduction stocks to pick om that paid 
or] p 
‘Clee & Pit 3% : ‘ ‘ ; pone good dividends last year 
Say 20% Clevita “ae 5 at their plants had increaséd ' 
. os - : > ; Today you can own stock in 
3% Anch OF OG 2 oo «55% Climar Me A 2 “~ | - “a ; .o8 per cent reported it was the fell ‘ , ’ 
— 1% Bet Chet Fe ' ' ' , ; ‘ ; 1" ‘ ' > ; > : : iL. hei Mats ahaha your choice of America 
32% Ander Cilayt e+e 4% ’ “0 ‘2 “+ ne and 12 per cent said it 7 
44% Ane it —% 4 7's Clepay “ «@ 1 A — oe. | = , ~" r ¥ + biggest companies—like Gen- 
: . a - : " re<3 ‘ ye) ° v . ; ’ e " " 
ert A -. Ro Cheat Pee a s-) ws o + tert La 2% 21 tian 4 . was lo ver } mn January ~ Sur) eral Electric, U. 8. Steel, General Motors—for as little as $40 
ee @. , . ) : ; BP. ; - ty Vey figures were 33 per cent up every three months through the new Monthly Investment Plan. 
4 per cent the same and 13 pet To learn more about the Pian, mall the coupon below. We 
| ' ; , ; 2 cent down will send you two booklets, “Monthly Investment Plan” and 
pect Wiens i= Mte+its | ‘ ' An increase in new orders |} “Investment Facts,” with a list of stocks we think are especially 
Cole FRI of 2 % ow : , rs 13 2% 21 aft “was reported by fewer pur- good investments today. No cost of obligation. Or, drop in to 
A ewe a “ ; o_o 2 e+ ey SO der : ; (. <4, ¥,chasers in February than in [| see Us. We will be glad to answer questions about the risks 
“a, 18 Leb 15s 15\q 15% lanuary. Last month 34 per and rewards of owning stocks. 


reek Tre 1.48 ie 9) Ts ; = ote ge cent of those surveyed saw an 
wm » & , tte t seek » inc e, but for February the uty ~ ? 
oes ve ’ "— % increase, ) . ‘ 
' Gabrie! . os *~ “figure dropped to 30 per cent. FERRIS & COMPANY 
The _ “ & * ; : my SS ait . “ In both months 18 per cent re- . 
nae - - . 1. ' i. a 2 >. ” +! ported a decrease in new or- ff 523 Washington Bidg. 
, ‘ ; . ” ) ' Mel 3 “+34 . ders, while the remainder [| .. . 
4 : ; sf yund no change 15th and N, yo Ave., ST. 3-5924 
Gardner Dee 20 ‘7? wit oo. fo te . > a oe * The asociation said its sur- 
ay Met ae Gane, of : 5 t60%— 1 “we? vey indicated “a slight weaken 
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Aties Par * ' : See Am is the — . + 
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vce Mig 2te Mm Te um * . i Fae lees 1 464 2%a 21% 229 they saw “no immediate pros- | | 6) List of Recommended Stocks 
ee SO a : | ) ? ’ ' , : 95) : Lese & Com 2s } pect of relief from current | 
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fu try ———— — —— — — —_— —_—_—- ee —— —e 
48 117% 118% ~ % en ineir report showed that 
1a (Ts ’ \2 11 Ma ; Teed — - © idle ommodity prices remained 


Sestelass L 73 se oo 3 : , ’ 7 ve 108 high during the month. with a rf ; 
i ' ; ; . w 39%, Lekees St) ts i $5 “slight decrease in the upward OW con earn 0 inves if 
C 2 Wea +t & ie % 17 MAM We 402 6S 7%— 4 trend of recent months | 
ae, Moched SF te thirty per cent of purchasing 
seh Steen = 4 -agents surveyed said inven- 
: ' : | tories were higher than a month 4 : 2! 
mh Sie"ost “Sb "nu ‘Fut Samo, In January only 23 ver) SHOCKS Without specu = 
56% Magma C moet cent gave this reply. The re- 
mn Megeeves it; we : > ports indicated that higher in| 
Baytt a" : ie Wists) ete anes be * ft Bie C ventories reftected seasonal pat. 
7 +i% *3% 38 2 8 Masd Shirt 1 “— * terns, automotive cutbacks and Can I get a good income at frequent intervals from stocks? 
NTe+tty 29% oh ee ee ee | lowered consumption of stocks. How else can stocks help me? 
, Employment figures remained 
much the same as January, 
, with 20 per cent reporting em 
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N. ¥. Stock Exchange to answer such questions. This 
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enh taele & 8 Tet My 25% Masonite 1.1 a 2 ‘ per cent say 
174 Geadall San “a Ne Boster tis 20% 2iet wing it is down. Again there was 
~ we a ne ani a general report of scarcity in 
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1 8%4— % many of them the prospects of 
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he 9 good for the first half of 1956. 
ta % So far, 616 corporations—of 
i%. %@ all sizes, and scattered through 
+3 ; "| most major industries — have PROFITABLY eee 
,|reported on their 1965 opers. a full month's dividend is paid on all deposits 
n+ ‘rapidly in coming days. received on or before the 10th of any month. 
oo | But, taking the 616 as repre- And dividends have been paid continuously 
163 sentative of what is to come, for more than 5? years 


: Pict ta 28%+1 
15% 1455 ‘Phill jon 88 ” * ms ee a 7% and you find only 58 of them 
38 ° | 


Pailt Pet 3 y 40 ! Utah PEL 2.28 ’ o%4—1% reporting a decline in earnings. 
th ails Pilly Mis 205 Brand 22 iy Pega tg ear ee eae oe ieee CONVENIENTLY ... 


Cy 2 
. ; 10 91% SM OTM... 
die Men 8 = semiciaaeics 2 | oil Pa at ‘ RE aati times, however, there are lag- you may open your account by mail if you wish 
‘ 4 Sta : > tr 2 47%+ e 
s1sNe tae ASL 8 - 120% 124 +3% 89% rue te Seras. Eight of the 616 oper ~and make payments the same way.. As an 


ae veh Seon’ tise" ‘4 Si%~— % ated at a net loss last year. In r r 
1 +1 (1954 there were 17 of the 616 added convenience, we will cash checks for 
4 . . making that sad admission. our members. 
i 2 > The 616 show combined net 
sist444 (profits after taxes of $10,010.- ; 
at a $49,536. In 1954 the same 616 SAFELY eee 
had total earnings of $7,595, each account is insured up to $10,000 by an 


ie Angelle, apa aeavanss agency of the U.S. Gavernment. 
The gain for the U, S. Treas- 


ury is roughly the same, since 


Fey * 1%. 8 
50%) S2l2+1%) sov5 
ms 2 + © im 
34% B+ gem 
on 61 1% et % ty 
11%— Ms iat V9) 21% ie Wirt 4) a6 

Dist pf 4% 9 88 BMS Bet a) HF wT al o ; 32% 33%+ Yi! 15% ° corporations put aside for Fed- 


yd - sete aa ny ee 5 ) yea Ne a M% 22 2 +1%) , %\eral income taxes about the Jetlerson Federal Savings 
i c ant 


BSsssses. 


. 
+ 
vs 


+ ‘ . \e 
18 163% 163% 183%— Ye eve 98 — amount they report as net 
2.58 103%, 167% 163%9+1 ' , tm 15% te ) % profits . 
SS 32% M% Tie | 108 % | varied Bie Gal & Loan Association 
6 Ms 37% War Mg 1? arie g (Gainers 
mm. B oe Ray 6 -%) 2 | - mutt | Leading the parade in per- FRED A. SMITH, PRESIDENT 
‘Publickia pi@tgxd 1.68 M 4 d Tite 38 1 1% —m centage gains over the previous lth @ K STREETS NORTHWEST © EXECUTIVE 3.0749 
Pug 56 PEL te 8 i 8 oe com cond el soe + Bs BN year are those industries that 
Polimes to xd) 68 8? , on te OO ee Te 42 Fett cuff f he 1954 
Pere Oil 488 : 7 «640% «(041% 43%e +The yo ons Le 1960 ie hig te 2 . 39%.— ‘es su ered oy rom or ich 
| -- ae Whe Superiet ry 31+ % cession or those tied in wit Assete ever Twenty-four Million Dollars 
3?iq Nat Tea 2 a ‘eo 4Tte+1 >“ Assets ever erty Pou 
' @ 27% 31% 22% Sits 41% Suther Pap ? ? rots o+1¥— m8 mm 
cate vote 20 i ts pt © 1.70 153. 15180 1514e— fal 27% Sweets Ce mn 2 = = *t™ \the big boom in the auto in 
. " : » Geak St O01 ‘nay Ws Wut % az'a > 119 a6 > Wayee Purp 71 ; Lote dustry 
e $3.05 : i ae teed ane | ee: . 4 ” The big gainersinclude: meat’ 
15% Meisner Ate 7 6% , | . 
N's Newberry 2 ? os Mu BG- “s 7 Ss Sym Goold .. nS . ae a+ % packers, steel and iron, rail; 
S% *Newber pi 2% ss 8S SS ' 7% a i 8 3 85% = equipment, airlines, textiles and| 
tS New € ti 3 aafan 
. "t 16% 17%+1%6| oe p7ae Tolestt 1.28 | 25a ou % apparel, autos and trucks, coal, 


i) 
23 Bile 31% 330+ | Sree geie Yoleutegr 1100 . 2% a mining and metalworking. | 
2 + VF ifs tite Temce Ait S80 : 7% ae Doing better than the aver-| 


ze nN 6 a7 Rerdiny T Be 
: ; eee SO as 5014 . : : ; 
ie NY Ae Ort ‘ . ; t 8 venue A tees 9 : % aus mage were: far eqepeens | | ; What makes an 
+ 3s ‘e+ “glass, paint, auto suppliers,' : : 


tte WY Central 2 . > tt: ot 2 
a. ‘ 1 . 187%9+1% 


ré ee 
5 Am a oe 4 ? sa 18% ri%+1%9 railroads, chemicals, drugs. ae e ? 
THY Deck pf 2°70 ' te 2% Te sets; Industrials as a whole did Re ef ineer HAPP 
ert 2" ‘ ? 71% rec »" +* — = ’ 185'« 1035'4+7% : wee . 
so ie “ Ser : 
7 " 


iz t a +% aie mre Yes : ; : better than the utilities and 
119 3%) 37% 38+ 175 Pac fy 117 175 ae w o n rails. The 406 industrial com- 
Tm St be 3% Wirt 1% panies averaged 37.2 per cent 
“ «(OM ‘g 25% 2S%e— % 2% 19% West Ue Tel tee 478 207% +1 ; , 
sm (7%+ % tng 6%+ a 17% S\e Weste A Be 1 end 183 “% 34+ & higher than the previous year KS First of all, most of the things thet 
17 ~, ™ ti ; sre er ve A+ + : “4 a. “The railroads averaged 35.4 per ; i make any one else happy—security, 
5) ; ’ i) ] ° 7 - — ; . ; 

. m4 S7%+1%) 17% 1% 11% ai 4 , . cent better—striking gains by | good pay, opporturuty for edvance- 
198 52% St Silet MH te 7 S Ste SS eee oe | ..|some roads were offset by five ; ment, but, MOTOROLA believes @ 

16.28 103% 163% 163% 71 46% 47%+1% 1% 21%o Whirl coe ( Ae ’ , 
‘ ins on us 7 whet &§ of 348 , Wia+ carriers showing decreased : good engineer requires more than that. 
White Oeet 1 ' % 2+ % carnings due to floods or other He i aval to use his imagi- 


White Met bie LY] 4Garl's « : ‘ 
cute Bf 8% 200 dell ite — — z ~~ regu! oe % ans as well as his slide rule—proj 
White See ” % utilities followe their usua to work on that require vision as 


io 18 White Sew pt 2? } 7 or ; 
1h 4% T1e+1%) 2 ’ 37e+2% crease of 129 per-cent. . well as formulas. He needs men te 
a om — 2 > = . ss oan : | z , _ ao See . eG Sh P Decli work with who respect his abilities— 
1OT%s 1889 18Sia— TS) 785 28 : . Me 4124) : _ a, on and whose abilities be, in turn, cam 
=e + | a 27% 1% “ Only two industries are in :  gespect 
a at wi ae on at the decreased earnings category ; 
i Mu+ Ss) 24% i ? } ‘% in the early returns. Aircraft, | | W yew dre ow ELECTRICAL ENGINEER, 
oh las se bs eu arin With three out of four showing | ECKAMICAL ENGINEER or PHYSICIST, on 
4%+1t% declines, average off by 2.9 per @ SENIOR o IUNIOR level—locking for © 
',—1' , , , proferonc! chollenge— Moto oe hos ohot 
. He cent Electronics, as a group, 
3: ore 1eeeng 
10 Tue Oxy r,t. average lower by 0.3 per cent on 
18% Hs Tre Coach mt P 
1% 11 Reppert 1 12% S% 825 S++ % om Be TH OW : ts 7% va ’ This is due in large part to the ; | Gecaco, tl. 
. 7 


“+ : 
sted ty unfavorable showing of one of al | Challenging positions in Two Way 
: Communicetions, Microweve, 


129 183% Sofe St ev pe 438 3119 «114 «19 +2 | tone 1% Meytte TD | 
~ O02-*Sate St-gt 4 eer » “Etat tG ‘a >= 2 -— - . : . Te bh ae industry . pants hard hit Reder and Military equipmest. 


4 2 eee r i ena 7 4 
+2% 8% 67% Yorest 8 OT OY Strikes > > —-——“"Paleviston teeter? est fete 

1% 32 «Ts ie 6 Yeget S Or he ¢ %#— 4%, Industries showing only min- ) 1 | Engineering 
22011) = 107% Tithe os ee or gains are soft drinks and omnes, att. 

" ' 1 ve Chem 15 6 2% 2% Mitte 47% B ieeith tet “ 10% 127 +1% . : 
in yin 7m 45%+I% rhe re Ue Ci Me 1 4008 imp wn es “ lente Pa te f. Os food. Good gains, but less than . Owteta nding | egpertannin = Gs 

‘ - ’ \ | trad tee so wes t : ' development prod 

= 184% 104% 104%e— Se 119 ve fi pt a - “ bes ng share . the average, were reported by Military equipiecnt and Transister 


6% 40%+2% 11 2 : , 7 ccpersment hosed onthe” ua ry om aaa a ver tag Rete erage Loemagymey | products 
—-% Hs 2% 37 146% 15% 1440+ *o 205 ve . “477 , rei cul ow extre alcoholic beverages, paper and) ; qnanene. @0h. 
am eats eis iE a uy arte wane Hh ag eg ete ee took 4 - hu rate ples stack P@PCT products, cement, build- Thus new modern research labor 
> = 17 10%q STi G8Y+1% 49% Mia Unit Air Lie 1 778 f1% " 1955 ples stect di ing materials, rubber, retail atory, located @ pie Sem Leo 
\ 16 - ” 74% -“ = Ave 3 “ 7 Te'e+1 ee RAB, ae. > aa trade, machinery and tools. nen a pele ay J — KO a 
aries. al tote 27% Ook Be te 9% 2%+1 ea The 616 include none of the ; equipment systems analyse ond 

S8%s+T%> 188s 180% Ue 8 i. banks or other financial institu- om 


‘ ‘ ? 17 at 5 this peer, a8 sccemulstive teses 
lg dt with dividends ia srvears, p—Peid this year, Gividess| O08, but most of these profited 
Geferred or oe ection taken at last dividend pleasantly from financing the pre-arranged 
- _, - ’ : 
Seagrave 1.28 ° value S on dieidend |. dicuribation a tttimated sane Profit prospects in the first where definite comentmente 
mis ae te i ' ¢ m 2 ing bevident three months of 1956 appear, [" ee Tie 2 Shei 

1% gO rie oe 7 ; “ . . ' nee al = y FF ee Se good for most corporations 

79% Bis., + | aQNe : ' : wé—When Gistribeted. wi-Whes intend. of-—Hert as) SOME industries predict that 
“ ih tet ‘e % 30% = = é <j bestraptey or receivership or being reorgenieeg| “"e entre first half of the year| 

1% I+ ‘ 11% Dts hattuc ost ‘ ender the Saskruptey Act, or securities assumed by such Will Show fatter profits than 

l 


. : ; 

“ 646%+1%| 8% ies. 

20ve Park Rast Zoe = me St ne Stellen? ie th 18 +3 — 1588 . OTOROLA., w= 
inapeeapiegsietiahguanaatiigstiniigin bail | But the picture can change : ta 

ss quickly. Corporate managers! 4501 W. Avguete 


Over-the-Counter . Mutual F und Prices |P-C- Securities |Sii'ym Sain toon eu meee — 


The fellewing table gives the bit, tow 268 rate than sales. But with a) 


wew YORK, Feb. 29 Natl Ace -)tevestment Ce Am .... me cissing prices for the yew te este os business downturn profits dry 
an fellewing prices ap yh Be 1 taterviste teeter Freight a ives Dealers, tet) am, -¥ Sa I 7 rs Puileds ple-Seminere Sat pe ig up faster than sales. 
ties ef Secerities Sestane They ore intended | Kaiser Stee! commes 26% Keystone cones ane © Sues one Cine cot Th 
— Publee Utilitees Nigh Lew Close tain about the American econ e 


ot © guide te the spereximete renge withie | Keiser Stee! pf , . 2% gy ony Keystere 
whict these tecerities could beve bees Seueht | ' Ti Am Bes Keystone 
Seorgeiewe Git ist tc. DiS 8 1 
Wash 6 Lt Geel & OO 18 187\— 107% my its this: it keepa changing 


or sold at the time of compilation co Feb. 24. , ’ a : Keystone 
i ¢ 4}%% siee ' x one 

— New tegieed Gas ‘ tiectre . 8") rho oh. . sayetene 

Pecific Power & Light ' . tie S28 ent Keystone 

oe a 3/67 is Public Service New Mempctire ' 16°, Sco Meogttoe 8 Heystone ft 
: ' Py oc 6Per com rw wv - 


Ss Give Ridge Keystone Pot flee F 1eO% of 8 ' vision sets in the United States 
thon - ” a y® : 5 Wash “Gas Lt com totaled 369 million on Jan. | CORPORATION 
Tess 62s Treasmissioe 8 . ) , Maree Ft: Gen ee = Mm na hi and are expected to reach 39.8 
Texas Eastere Traesmission ™ * Cosas Maahst Sead FS Banks and Trest Companies million by the year end, it was has positions available for scientists and engineers 


| Texas Gas Tressmissiee A. @ ~ 2 : , - Amer Sec 6 Tr a] > “te , 
_Tesas Natura 62s ) reported today by Hugh M. Be- with experience in the followin neral fields: 
anscentinental Gas Pipe Line ‘ ” Sees tet Beak ville Jr., National Broadcasting P . Set 


davies Ute Cal . . yaien Trest ssc 3 3) 6 «6|Co. vice president in charge of Communications Systems 


Comwith levest gg ‘ithe leserance . 
’ Cslambi planning and develapment. 
Delaware Fund ee neeeeaes NBC researchers. figure that Guided Missile Research and Development 


Trends of W eel: $f Re 7 Misceliamecss nearly 71 per cent of the Na- Automation and Data Processing 


\Owiderd = Shrs 
Carfieckel com ; 7™ 2% tion's 48.6 million homes now 
NEW YORK, Feb. 29 H—The foliqwing table Ovey'es Fe 5 Garfincke! 4%2% pf have TV sets. By next Jan. 1, Digital Computers Control Systems 


tatitow 
Oe a tame ©.0m0 tat fom, os] tee 2 Goldenberg Co 8% pt ‘they estimate, there wil) be Airborne Electronic and Control Systems 
’ “ feett C : 7 "Y . 
Peeples Brag Staves cont #2. ‘close to 74 per cent TV satura Electronic Instrumentation and Test Equipment 


_ gompaticons with @ year age 
Latest Wh Year Age bn = Weeeware & Lethrop com Basic Electronic and A ical Research 
Typical Examples of Current Openings are: 


Stee! Pred (% of cap.) 8 funtaements” a 
696.248 Gas ietust State Street 
2 A SENIOR ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS ENGINEER—with experience in network 
NEW ISSUE synthesis, video circuits and radar receivers end indicators. 


342,751 Group Anan . Telew fiect fa 
199.999 Shares Common Stock SENIOR SPECIALISTS—with experience in communications and infor 


Texas «(fa 
et Accum fe 
.z mation flow, documentation and linguistics. 
ee 9.27 MATHEMATICAL ANALYSTS—with experience in numerical analysis, 
Bo i geet {1 TEL-INSTRUMENT pce 
aoe ts in wv ote 5 ioe Re 178 103 — investers “ae wehetal 9 " eae data reduction, end autometie programming development 
Serveces commen A 15 


a 6¢ F 
iO Sen teceme 06 
(Final three ciphers emitted in tellewing) me Oe TOO eas BE EME OE ; 
a) Tiana 8.912008 |” ) Rp DIGITAL COMPUTER ENGINEERS—with experience in logical design. 
bn Se ‘3 oe $58 isa 34800 mo ioe Markets are - Peak i ba Bethan ELECTRONICS co ° magnetic memory devices, sromaiar’ dinvatin , 
3M, a : * 
In, oer tas ee | LONDON, Feb. 25 —Copper ’ S ' ait 
Excess Reserves $515,000 $608,000 BALTIMORE, Feb. 25 im —(USDA)—) prices hit a new high in Britain (Par Value, 10¢ Per Share) yg Phenol mete experience in managemen 
i Feels 5M, 513,000 © y seers unevenly steady to 100 yesterday, continuing a week 
t. be ieeer; bal ‘a and stock tong upward climb. Bid price } The company is engaged in the business of designing, manufac SERVO ENGINEERS—with experience in electro-mechanica!l contro! 
Pog ag Bm py geet ag ton and turing and selling electronic control equipment used by manu mechanisms and flight sensing devices. 
‘8 : ) a? fee ae. § 1 asxe 422 ($1181.60). @ facturers of conventional and color television, by television 
Dividend Actions = a s0@ i 1 comercial _| BP studios, and by makers and users of industrial electronic and COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERS—with experience in VHF, UHF, and 
O RASAASSEEERE automatic devices. In ite factory in Carlstadt, New rene, the microwaves. 
company is expanding its activities into the field of “pac | ANTENNA ENGINEERS—ex came in theory and design of high- 
We Offer installations for users of closed circuit industrial TV and ie | frequency antennas. P Y 9 ’ 
canner heifers. 6.00. Pew head | 


low powered TY stations. ‘G 
TMT PROGRAMMERS—for central digital computer facility. 
young commercial grade cows on heifer a h 
\Phowl4.b0; canners and | Offering Price: $1.50 Per Share CIRCUIT DESIGNERS (UHF AND MIROWAVE)—for test instrumente- 


12. 50@ rt , canne 


$0: shel 4 ® | | 
ce |mosk Bt ity Lat asod bee? al 18,00: Trailer Ferry | Copies of the offering circular may be obtained from: | tion equipment development. 
rs lL 1 50e 16 EXPERIENCED MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS—for work in 


ts i eg AE Northeast | BROWN, BARTON & ENGEL | communication and navigation systems, HF, VHF and UHF trans- 


, 12.15; Jew lots ' mitters and receivers. 
42 | pome fnterior Saad yt RY ; a 24 Commerce Street, Federal Trust Bidg., Newark 2, N. J. 


ead tit) i Me ies” } 4. DATA REDUCTION ENGINEER—experienced in design of analog to digi- 
cae ChIVES neces, gempernd,, tt tal Industries soc selene tal conversion devices and associated equipment. 


22 prime ¥ mos a 29.00; sil SEES BO 
+3 mere binfuereis 5 pO AS 2-00, ulity | Send for latest report Please send me offering circular relating to Tel-Instrament. Please send resume to Mr. D. L. Pyke 


3-28, and com ls down pap ae |} Electronics Corp. | | The Ramo-Wooldridge Corporation 


a8 Bliedung SRS PE ELEY TEP TRY ere rer y Bellanca Avenue 


915 Eye St. N.W. City: PELTON Oe okcd UE: bean henen “aes comer pr . 
: , tagten Pest and Times Herald guaranteed home delivery. ° 


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Nations! Securities com 264% (CO Steck sales (charet) 11,502,390 Groep Vows Lime ICOM .nccccvcns 


pestriet Theatres 2% sive) $17,474,000 $15,600,000 Growth Indes panees % von «Stroma? 
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SO 8 EE Se OO Hn! wet 8 ete 


1 Striplings 
5 Oxfords 
9 — Beta 
Kappa 
12 Election 
Day line-up 
17 Silken 
18 Move slow- 


y 

19 Harold of 
the comics 

20 They suit 
customers 

22 Forester 
title 

25 Diverse 
pieces of 
information 

26 Morse! for . 
Swaps 

27 Scene of 
Tell legend 

28 Not the 
same 

29 ‘Superman’ 
in a Shaw 
play 

31 Sloth is one 


1 Hungarian 
composer 
2 Sharp crest 
3 Use a spade 
4 “Jamboree” 
V.LP. 
5 Neater 
6 Office hold- 
ers 
7 “Me. too” 
utterance 
8 Pony 
9 Noblemen 
10 Pronoun 
11 Abide 
within 
12 Friends in 
need 
13 Small finch 
14 Diplomat 
of Pakistan 
15 Emcee's 
proposal 
16 TV's 


Tennessee-— 


Today’s 


32 Came to 
grips 

35 Shore din- 
ner treat 

37 Took a 
break 

39 Recent 
Song Topic 

40 Donkey: Fr. 

41 Native of 
Susa 

43 Forty winks 

46 Early im 
pressionist 

48 Portion out 

49 Capital of 
Okinawa 

53 Charters 

54 Conveyed 

55 Sailor 

57 Petrol 

58 Swedish 
county 

60 Montevideo 

is its capital 

abbr 

‘—- Foolish 

Things...” 


61 


17 Pack 

19 Discretion 
5wds 

20 Male cat 


21 Sahara 
sight 

23 Lowest 
deck of 
a warship 

24 Means of 
communica 
tion 

30 TV Evan 
gelist 
Roberts 

33 Balanced 

34 Populace 

36 Rend 

38 Money in 
Osaka 

42 Difficult 
comb. form 

43 Golden 
shiner 

44 Ouse 
tributary 


Crossword Puzzle. 


ACROSS 


63 Nourished 

64 Sailors’ 
patron 

67 “— Scylla 
and Charyb- 
dis” 

69 Protector 

72 Sandwich 
filling 

73 Creator of 
Uncle Re- 
mus 

75 Cheer start 

76 Fall from 
faulty fau- 
cet 

78 Aden's 
neighbor 

79 Quaker 
abolitioni.: 
and cham 
pion of 
women's 
rights 

81 Fish chow- 
der 


85 Change 
directions 
86 Mrs. Hobby 
88 Capital of 
Latvia 
89 Cheering 
word 
90 Bread- 
winner 
92 Tiny brook 
94 Rise and 
fall of 
pitch: phon 
7 Celebrity's 
social fate 
100 He tran- 
scribes 
wires 
102 Collapsible 
bed 
103 Davis or 
Rice 
105 Gentle 
sound 
106 Fruit punch 
107 “You — 
There” 


DOWN 


45 Little 
George 
Washington 

47 Designer 
( assini 

50 Dream 
team 

51 Spillane 
hie iv 

52 Apply oil 

54 Campus 
VIP 

56 Append 

5h Guy rope 

6? Shriner of 
TV 

43 Go bank. 
rupt 

64 Vime. Pan 
dit's gown 

65 Aromatic 
herb 

66 Field 
how key 
team 


68 Turkey's 
throat 
appendage 

70 Prussian 
lancer 

71 Gov 
Smytie's 
state 

74 Grieg 's 
“Peel 
Gynt” 

77 O. T. book 

79 All men are 


80 City in 
Spain 

82 Brother of 
7 down 

83 Night 
crawlers 

84 Toledo's 
lake 

87 Pygmy of 
Luzon 

91 ROK 
adversary: 
2 wds 


ii 


The Philatelist 


108-Joe Louis 
is one: 
colloaq. 


139 Where . 
Bonn is: 
abbr. 

140 — Dai of 
Viet-Nam. 

14] Little 
Corporal's 
birthplace 


110 Across: 
prefix 

112 Baron 

114 Sotto voce 
remark 

117 Polish city 

119 Chinese 
provinces 

120 Shut the 
eyes to 

122 Between 
Miss. and 
Ga. 
123 Quench 
125 Fifth Ave. 
drivers 
128 Next after 
delta 

130 Serfdom in 
Sparta 

134 Burrows of 
show biz 

135 Botch 


AEROPHILATELIS®S iost 
143 Philippine | 9" ‘impressive boost when 
island _ postal officials decided to 
group: | eliminate an airplane which 
2 wds, | was to haver 
147 Resort near; been a part of 
Lake Placid’ the FIPEX | 
148 Romanroad sheet, sched- 
149 Parisian uled for fre 
agreements lease April 28 
150 Ventilated | in New York.) 
151 Dravidian The plane was 
language to have been’ 
152 Make on the left side 
knotted of the sheet, ~~ 
lace but after trial 2 
153 Proofread- | runs it was 
er’s word eliminated Bruns 
154 Headland The FIPEX sheet is now be- 
| Ing printed at the Bureau of 
Engraving and Printing. As 
noted last week, the 3 and &% 
cents designs are to be sub 
tantially larger than the ordi- 
nary values of the so-called 
| “9954 Liberty series,” so that 
they will never be confused 
with the normal stamps. The 
actual measurements havent 
been released, but the designs 
in the sheet will be roughly 
| fourtenths of an inch tareger, 
and considerably more effec- 
tive 
Printing is in sheets of 24 
subjects. To assure exact place- 
ment of the three colors (pur- 
ple. red and blue), the sheets 
are produced on  flat-bed 
presses. Each sheet has two 
holes and is slipped onto pegs 
by the operators. The register 
is thus literally perfect. When 
the selvedge is trimmed off 
| these holes, of course, will be 
eliminated 


121 Castor and 
Pollux 

124 Law expert 

125 Vats: 
cisterns 

126 Sub 

127 Sawfish's 
saw 

129 Creek 

131 Construc- 
tion pieces 

132 Pundits 

133 Frame of 
mind 

136 Black Hawk 
was one 

138 Rabbit's 
tail 

142 Clemens, 
in short 

144 Actress 
Hagen 

145 ‘Shake a 
leg” 

146 Statesman 
from Oslo 


93 Despotic 
95 Top pilot 
96 B way light 
98 Jerome 
Kern 
product 
99 Theatre's 
Hart 
101 Senor's 
sheke! 
104 Rover's 
restraint 
108 Kremlin 
gremlins 
109 Pampas 
cow boys 
lll Hepcat's 
“right " 
113 Obscure 
115 Angered 
116 Money in 
the bank 
118 Actress 
Massey 
119 Starchy 
Pacific 
food 


FIPEX 
‘to the 


THE 3-cent 
companion 


WHEN 
stamp—a 
souvenir sheet—is released 
April 30, it will feature a view 
of the Coliseum after a draw- 
ing which Harry L. Lindquist, 
publisher of “Stamps,” attrib 
utes to the late Paul F. Ber- 
danier, a stamp collector. 

It is understood the Post 
Office has decided to make all 
four FIPEX issues—the sheet 
stamp, airmail envelope and 


12 15 416 


postal card—available at the 
New York General Post Office 


as released at the Coliseum, 
for the week of the show. All 
items, of course, will be ob 
tainable in unused condition 
at the Philatelic Agency, Post 
Office Department, ashing- 


ton 25, D. C 

Washington sales will begin 
the day after each item has 
been released in New York, 
and will continue until sup- 
plies are exhausted. Present 
plans do not call for FIPEX 
issues being on sale other than 
in New York the week of the 
show. and the Philatelic 
Agency. 

THE LATEST edit 


“Postage Stamps of the United 
States.” published by the Post 


Office Bepartment. 
ing all United States stamps 
from July 1, 1847 to Dee. 31, 
1955, is now being distributed 


Paper bound. copies are ob 
tainable at 75 cents from the 
Superintendent of Documents, 
Government Printing Office 
Washington 25, D. C 


THE BUREAU of Engraving 


148 


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ANSWER ON PAGE Cli 


and Printing is now staging 
full press runs on its new Cot- 
trell color presses, utilizing 
the 2-cents Jeflerson stamp of 
the regular series. According 
| to Henry Holtzclaw, director, 


Shot at Stray Dog Kills Man’s Father 
UHRICHSVILLE, Ohio, Feb. had rabies, had cornered it out- 


25 w—Stalking a 
with a shotgun, 
accidentally 
killed his father today, 


medi 


Victor Dero. 


shot 


Coroner D. W. Mastin said 


Deromedi, 


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at 
and 


66, 


stray 40g side a rear door of his home 
nearby Maple Grove. 
Acting fired just as his father, Joseph 
stepped out the door. 
believing the dog dog escaped unharmed. 


He 


The 


——> ee ree eee 


———" | the trial runs have been un- 
believably successful, with the 
| River Has Bubble Bath | are ae ay omg 
DIXON, Ill. Feb. 25 #®—A_ superior to the normal run 
section of the Rock River, The new presses are capabie 
below the hydro-electric dam, of two-color work 
got a mysterious bubDie bath The “new” printing of the 
last night. The foam, appear- $1 Presidential stamp has 
ing very thick, remained in the been removed from the list 
river for about three hours. | of stamps available from the 


—_ 


EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 


Seheols teterested te advertising tn thie directors 
" The Washington Fost and Times Herald Sebee!l Depart ment 


eeted te ©& 


BEpebiic ?. in34. Extension "a8 regarding rates. 


ABC Shorthand 


ToarLe 


rte weekly) oF 


SCHOOL 
te write $0 te 100 words 6 Minute ms ‘x weeks cay 
1? weeks eve. session (86 wir. 


Vountes 1905 


1438 O ST. V.W 


NA. &-8088 
session 
Typing tncluded 


Accountancy and Business Administration 


BENJAMIN 


FRANKLIN 


UNIVERSITY 


ountancy ond financial 


on wreees 1S 

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reir ‘ n 4 want 
vA ®. 31258 


7 ~ tall : ’ .) 

‘TEMPLE SCHOOL fit. ce ‘Shorinans INTENSIVE COURSES 

Shorthand in 6 wke. 199 wor 

aught i4) Bite samepe S Machine Sho 
. whup claerrs rEES 


ds «a minute 3) 
hand 86 te 
6G ST “Ww 


Drafting 


(Olu! MBIA TECHNIC AL INSTITUTE 
Verment Ave. «at 


wr. #.5606. &-5697 


ornomnse NeW Aerostamp Lot 
In a Printers’ Shuffle 


By Franklin Bruns 


"> imeem 


and eoveat.. 


il 


Horse. Bite in Pants 


Brings Boy $450 


horse bite 
pants at $450. 


Philatelie Agency. Though 


are the surest guides. 
Collectors may still send 
requests for first day covers 
of the $5 Alexander Hamil- 
ton stamp of the new regular 
series. This adhesive will be! 
placed on sale March 19 at! 
Paterson, N. J, Collectors 
should. send = self-addressed 
envelopes along with postal 
money orders covering the! ¢« 
stamps to be affixed to the Fie 
postmaster at Paterson. 


THE UNITED Nations meter 
slogan marking World Health 
Day (April 7) will be placed in| 
use March 1. Collectors may | 


send not more than five self-' 
addressed envelopes, together — 
with sufficient remittancd to 
cover the return postage on 
these envelopes (3 cents each)) 
to the U. N. Postal Adminis-'| 
tration, United Nations, N. Y.' 
The outside envelope should 
be marked “WHO Slogan.” 

Germany (Western) has re-| The fw sae histery of 
leased a 10 pfennig commemo- } 
rative marking the 100th an- 
niversary of the death of Hein- 
rich Heine, among its greatest 
lyric poets. The adhesive, in 
olive, features Heine’s profile 
in white, with appropriate in- 
scriptions 

Poland has announced six 
new emissions, according to 
Prasa I Ksiazka, its foreign’ ¥ 
trade office. Five adhesives 
have already appeared pictur- 
ing Polish ships. These will be) Weeden t a 
followed by three stamps solieetions taciedinn ott types of 
commemorating the Lith) ©" 
World Winter Sports Cham-' Re Ate rs ond 
pionships of Students, and! Weshington 13, 0. C 
four tourist adhesives. Later: 70 DIFF. MINT MEXICO ¢1 
will come three Warsaw Monu-| 2us* ‘rom south of the border 


Ralph Ogden, Cuernavaca. Mexi- 
ment stamps: two Warsaw- een xico 


Stamp and Coin — 
Exchange 


For a fell line of Stamps. - 
Accesseries—cee JOHN ARNOSTT. 
ith St. N.W. 6:90-8 P.M. DL 


UYENOS STAMP SHOP 


oo ou. uw Tel: 
cnt gdp aig 


hand” ” wi 


Stems Bee 
Ife te cover 


Cors.. Dept . Terente, Canadas 


412 10th St. WLW. 


Cotns— Album er ag 


Latee Sliver Tetradrach 
Alexander's name. Mas m. 
Hereules and seated ews 


406.935 AC 


ing helmeted head 
and the) myrthical 


a! 
Taeus. Mee OF THE RT 
“Widew's Mite * 


fiving 


&® Reman diciy 
SEA FOR COINS 


IT, Feb. 25 (INS)—De- 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, nbn i 26, 1986 


C3. 


ae Farmer of Va. 


ETROIT 
troit Judge David C: Vokes ye& 
terday set the going rate for a| 


in the seat of the jo... p. Hardesty, 24-year-old 


. Albums and 
7- sine. 


1205 Penna. Ave. N.W. Ope. P.O. Dept. 


‘COLUMBIA STAMP CO. 

ME &.3785 
collection 
Commemoratives. 
cm Vahees Pies set of 
Stamps. Pius set 
fasetn ae —— Ceoionies. Plus larce 
hk. AN teur offers Pree. Send 
ace. Empire Stamp 


COMPLETE STORE FOR PUILATELISTS 
Stamos & Coins Bourht & Sold 
WASHINGTON STAMP CO. 
SUDAN CAMELPOST 1051 


50 PIASTER only 25¢. Unusual approvals 
accompany 
| BUCH WALD, Box 326, Church St. N.Y. 6 


‘WOODWARD. & E LATHROP’s 
RARE SPIN DEPARTMENT 


TELE DATS be FA. Ranks. 
ef the coins of 


ent head of 
portrayed, 
$1750 
CORINTH 
Wiver Stater of Greek City-State show 


ef Goddess Athene 
“Pegs "sus." 


. Cc 
Sliver Denaries with detatied portrait oe 


coins and enia 
gold 


Berlin-Prague Cycle races ad- w 
hesives, and a postal card wenn *y > pee = 
noting the recovery of Szcze- We BUY and SELL 
COINS——STAWMPS 
HOBBY SHor 
1418 Wis. Ave. N.W. AD. 2.1279 


in 
On’ March 8 Greenland will 
release a 60 ore overprint on 


the 40 ore and 1 krone stamps 
of the “Polar Bear” type... . 
France has issued a 15 francs 
postage value picturing the 
belfry at Doual. 


In the Clubs 


) 
An auction and bourse will 
highlight the Wednesday eve-| 
ning of the Washington Phile- 
telic Society, meeting at the, 
Arts Club, 2017 I st. nw. ) 
Maicom H. Keeler, 736 12th! 
st. nw., has become a member | 
of the Society of Philatelic! 
americans, while Rev. Francis! 
Hayes of Falls Church has’ 
Tw. for membership in 
that group. 


~ COINS 


COIN SHOP 
403 12th St, Nw. 


ARE YOU 
iy 


LEARN TYPING 


Typing at Tem-' 
ple is taught BY" 
Paul Stokes, 
former con 
tender for the 
world typing 
championship. | 
Mr. Stokes, an 
expert teacher, 
personally in- 
structs all stu- 
dents. 

Tuition is $28 monthly in day 
school, $14 a month at night. 


TEMPLE SCHOOL 


1338 G Se. NW. MA. 8.3258 


QhDt my cone Oly 


— mee 
ETHICAL 
BUS!NESS 


PAUL STOKES PRACT SS 


COINS BOUGHT AND SOLD | “™":: 


RE. 71-3036 


INTERESTED 


FABULOUS 


KING-SIZE LOTS, 5,000 SQUARE FEET EACH! 
we have an extraordinery plan, whereby you may purchase 
a King-Size plot for only $5 down and $5 monthly. Full price is 
$245.00 which includes many unusual features... FREE Title 
~~ eorante— FREE Deed=Deoth insurance—FREE Survey—__ 
Plan. now for your vacation or retirement home 
CUSTOM BUILT CEMENT HOMES $4,990 


NOW: Moilo pestcord asking us to immediately forward to you, 
without cost, a colorful folder ond @ map of the land for sole. 


ROANOKE, Va., Feb. 25 #— 
CAMPS 


He awarded this amount to Berryville dairyman, received 
Alexander Czar, 13, bitten last iast night the annual All-State 


May while at the Belle Isle “Outstanding Yo 

Saddle Club. The boy's mother ee of 
| said the doctor’s bills amounted) 
there are minor means of dis-| to $45, the incident gave Alex-\"@mers’ convention banquet. | 
tinguishing between the two ander “a deathly fear of horses” |The award was an engraved sil- 
printings, the plate numbers’ and he limps in cold weather. 


Virginia” award at a Young States. 
| PRIVATE SCHOOLS 


ver bowl. — 


SUMMER 


er Schools 
Bng.and; air Atlantic 


JARVIS SCHOOL BUREAU 
3 Dupont Cir. H.W. ©-AD. 46111 


\} 
; , 
| ’ KWORTHIME. 


The system of the professionals. 
Easy te learn, te write, te read, 


NEW DAY CLASSES February 27 
NEW NIGHT CLASSES February 28 


734 15th St. N.W. 


NA. 8-8320 or 8-8373 


You Can Step Into 


A WELL-PAID °* 


Hotel Job 


Do as thousands have 
+ ualify in ONLY 4 

ONTHS for a fascinat- 
+ hotel career. Step 
into a better paid posi- 
tion—with apartment or 
room and delicious meals 
often included. Enjoy 
every minute of your 
day in this glamorous 
field. 


CLASSES FOR DAY AND EVENING 
Now Forming or Study at Home 


The Lewis School trains you, helps te place 
and CERTIFIES that you will “make good” 
placed. Open Monday through Friday, 8:30 A.M. 
te 4:30 P.M. oe and Seturdays by ap- | Mansce: 
pointment. Visit te, or phone for FREE | S08t iment 
BOOK. Ask fer Mrs. 


“Tl em Manag 
Hostess tn « secial 
: us 


ara. 
gratefu 


“Since faving 
Lewis P . ae 


Poe. tienal work 


| Lewis Hotel Training Scheel, 2301 Pa. Ave. N.W. 
| Please send me Without ebligation your Free Book. 


40th 


| wae ; 
Anniversary yeer 


(Print Kame and Address) °°" 


ADDRESS 


C) Evening Class 2) Day Class Home Stucs 
() Check here Wf « 


weibie for Veterans Training 


a ee ee SG NE SE GD GE GED SD GE UE GD GN eS come ee ee eee Meee mee eee ent eee ee 


olf 


‘wees 
experience. ‘ 
Am now Assistant 
im this fine 
Hotel. 
rmeriy i e¢uce- 


ME. 8-4692. 


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rLORIDA? 


VERO BEACH ESTATES, INC. 
424 Seybold Building, Box K-35 Miami, Florida 


Der end evening courses in 
teation wad te BCS. and 
for accounting and suditing 
ment to executive positions voaulrs ng 


ive specific training 
pasia for ecvence- 
te > of accounting. 
examinations. Ap- 


Not. NW. 
Dev or Evening—Start ‘Newe—AR Grenches—<4iih Year—Veteras 
Approved. 


law. finance. and taxation-—-press 
proved for Veterans. 
1iee 14th Gt H.W. 


Ast for Ponty ty 


(GARDNER SCHOOL OF BUSINESS. INC. 


JUniper 71-0062. ted” Vices. = 


Sering. Md. Enroll sow 


Colesviile 
L? c Esecs —y A ing March 


Read. Silver 
6 


GOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY 


Centrally located, evening 
friendly experienced instructors. 


eatnien ue 


sible orograms. Veterans approved 


Enroli now 


i736 a 


GTRAYER COLLEGE OF ACCOUNTANCY 4 


Thirteenth and F Street 


Cent? Business Ade inistration and Accounting at Straver 
accelerated 
year MCS BA . ore 
Your rewards are. Top compensa- 
ang secur) 


= “+ ocram in 3 years ge He The 1 
gram includes CP A. preparation 
professiona! 


tien, 


Evening. Februa 


aucceas 


Complete an 


NA. 81748 
» ores? 


Beauty Culture 


WARFLYNN BEAUTY COLLEGE 


LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE 
DAY AND EVENING CLASSES 


Ested. 1210 0 61 Aw 
1996 PDietriet 1.1768 
T DEM4FRD 


OPERATORS IN GREAT 


THE WASHINGTON, 


906 At. WW. 
Individual! attention given te students by experienced 
Small classes. Firet group starte March Sm 


‘ gtructors 
tuition 


fee 


Call tomorrow 


D. C. BEAUTY ACADEMY 


Business and Secretarial 


BRROYD SCHOOL OF COMMERCE 


—_ . on 


peraneyen AND INTENSIVE Pagtasess enmaeer im SHORTHAND, 


pulsing. “O 
ee . 


progress 
raduates of cotapiahe courses eB 
GI SCHOOL fee v 
NEW classe 
NA. R~ 


& veteran Gimes f. 


Comptorm eter 
Bookkreotng, aeosuntine ee % te Seations usue 


All-Electr 


Calcalators, 


irate Basan 


rting. rene trainine now. 


ARDNER SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, INC. 


niper 17-9052. 
M4. A 


Big Bide... 8641 Colesville 
ed for veterans. Dey and Even 


s06 
os. Com- 


ete secretar courses see apecial classes havaneed pote may 
ers, Saree. Register classes beginning 
re 


for secretar 


TANFIELD SCHOOL 


Co re eg ce 


"ETS 


G Street NW. 


mptometer, Caré 
Medical. ’. 


YER GOLLEGE of Secretarial Training 


ate 


DPiy im advance; 


et oe 
Bethel, oe 


pha “y A DRAFTING SCHOOL 7 Mee are & 


Cal 2.4755 fer Catalecue explaining Courses in éetell. 
nm Metheds—Ali Branches ef Poessqenes Drafting 
Resisier a fer Day of Evenings Clascee—Fiace ent Serv tee. 
APFROVED FOR VETERAN 
Pell Time DAY Classes or t or 4 Miebes eo Week. 


Languages 
F,NGLISH FOR FOREIGN-BORN 


1t?S Connecticet Ave “WwW 
Helen slaaten Vases. WA: eee tahice Berries 


Military Academy 
(CHARLOTTE HALL, chartotte mat, Merriana 


uthern Marriand’s Noted 


cx. 5-6006 


the 
he? from 
Academic 
ere campus 

ma dione Indeor swimming pool 
Rich extragurr leular preet am. Streped 
oy ie accredited 


Pireproof 
piece band 

mad '* - 
“whole ehiid.’ 


n “tradi tien 
educates the 
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Personality Development 


PARKER SCHOOL Established 1993 


Attain ecreater success tn your work and happiness in your private 
life. We have trained thousands in humen reletions snd speech 
Pitective a counselling also available by career experts Tel. 
NO. 7 for free appointment 1825 Pheips Place NW 


Radio-Television & Electronics 
((APITOL RADIO ENGINEERING INSTITUTE 


Accredited Technical Institute Cerricula 
Swe es (Cerner Park ad) art 72-1520 
ENING now forming (start et once) in pract! rca) Radio- 
tronics gineering Broadcast and Television Engineeria. Spe- 
— college level course leading to “Associate in Applied Science” 
ne or visis t schoo! for goteis. Oe Open Wed and Fri 


Mon., 
en ta ulso FP lee Day Classes and Home 
sven Tories ot, 1. APPROVED 


NORTHWEST RADIO and TV SCHOOL 


42) K Street N.W. 
in for Radio & TV. Register a at 


announcing a 
uc Myrne A preparation. 
School and see our completely eaulpped studios 


Secretarial and Court Reporting 


at | Sacre a wat fate SE Se 


‘gtudent receives « NEW MACHING. tin ate yon Marty s 


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ns < enrollments. Pi Baw, 
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BUDGET-PRICED 
COMBINATION! 


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Levelving Shelves ¢ om 
pletely eccessbdle. fully edyuet- 
ble, strong, more shell space. 


Mognetic Deore . . . feet pedal 
opening, Guiemelc closing, quist. 
Permenent 6-E Alnce Magnet pre- 
vides more efficient sol. 


4513 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. 


orig. 399.95 


99 


With 
your old 
Refris. 


This new 6-E 11-cu.-f. combination bs 
actually twe big appliances in one. . . 
cutomatic defrosting refrigerator section 
ond @ 70 pound zero-degree freezer. 
With Magnetic Doors and Revolving 
Shelves, plus, olf the other deluxe con- 
venience features .. . 6-E refrigerators 
ore the most convenient on the morket. 
oe priced —@ real borgain! 


GENERAL ELECTRONICS, INC. 


Opposite Sears 
Open Thursdays and Fridays ‘til 9 P.M. 


GENERAL & ELECTRIC 


@ Refrigerators @ Freezers © Ranges © Washers © Dryers” 
@ WaterCoolers © WaterHeaters © Air Conditioners 


EM. 2-8300 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
C14 Sunday, February 26, 1956 ee 


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7th § TS 8-9800 ; 
arn ANO.8 S15. Ye oli If you can’t come downtown in person— Cotes tan 
WASHINGTON STORE ONLY! mail your order in or call NA. 8-9800 lereos., firsts. Cotton twill, 3.99 


pastel. Matching caps, 9- 
24 mos. 


3.99 Chix Diapers 
Itregs. Soft cotton, no hem 2.68 


edges. 12 to a package. 


Tots’ Lined Jackets 
Plastics, rayons, cotton gab- a 


srdine. Zipper closing. 3-6x. 


-3-Pc. Bootie Sets 
BiNylen and orlon sets with ate 


booties, sweaters. Pastels. 


Fitted Crib Sheets 


lrreas sturdy white musin c 
sheets that mean “smooth” 
sieeping. 


: > eee ; ‘| Rayon Satin Comforters 
Sale! Reg. 2.95 a == = A. Toddler Girls’ 8.99-13.99 E. Toddler Boys’ 10,99-13,99 Cotton filed. Softly plume y Tadd 


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Playtex Bras ae COATS COATS) | 
2 4” fy Ve HSS 5 Infants’ Crawlers 


irrec: fi rete Cottor twill $ 
pretty trims. Snap crotet for 
Paste's. 9-24 mos 

The party-pretty bra you'll use every day of the content) in assorted colors. Many with rayons in man tailored styles. Tweeds 

week! Gives lovely uplift, fits to perfection! Fine white collars, lace trims. Some with and checks with matching Eton caps. 


| i bags. 9 to 18 mos., 2 to 4 yrs. Brown, tan, grey, blue, sizes 2 to 4 . . 
combed cotton with sheer nylon net that washes , ; ' , , , ir S e Dia ers 
like a hankie. White, A cup, 32 to 36; B cup, 32 B ey Pp 
to 40; C cup 32 to*40. B. Tot Girls’ 1.99-2.99 Dresses C. Tet Boys’ 7.99-8.99 Suits D. Tot Girls’ 5.99 Suits turdy Birdseye Bae | 
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Irregs., firsts in cotton ny- Rayon tweeds and check jack- | Sturdy rayon with the look of a re oe 


lon with whirly skirts. Short $ ets with two-button fronts, full 88 linen in boxy jackets, unlined, 99 
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Rayon, wool, part wools (labeled as to Part wool (labeled as to content) crisp 


and sleeveless styles. Prints, lining, top solid color rayon fitted styles. Full, pleated 
solid colors, some plaids. gabardine slacks. Brown, blue, tkirts. Washable. Paste! colors * Nylon Shawls 


White trims, 3 to 6X. grey, sizes 3 to 8. and navy in sizes 3 to 6X. Prettily desiqned shawls with ] 66 


fringe in jilty-dry nyion. 
Paste!s. 


infants’ Handmades — Irregs., firsts Tot Girls’ Blouses—Irregs., firsts. Cot- Gowns, Kimones—irreos., firsts of soft 
Lawn betistes, nylon end broadcloth hand- tons, rayons, nylons in group. Prints, rib, knit styles. White, colors . .2 fer $1 


© mades. White, pastels ... $0 solids, sites 3 to dx 2 fer. 8)  biccscieunt S tenet tole 
Infants’ and Tots’ Sweaters—Slipovers, Undershirte—Iirrecs. of slip-on styles in - COttom jersey. Snap fastened. 9-18 mes C ib BI k { 
_ cardigans in orlons, mylons, wools, cotton knit, 9.18 mos. 3 tor $1 $! rl ankets 


| to Ox iia Towel Sete—infants’ fowel sete in bbsorl> Rubber Sheeting—irregs.. firsts of double 4 fies? Rs d 
Cotten Crib Blenkete—Iirreogs., firsts, of ent terry. Colors . $1 ubber sheeting, 36x34", White. . $1 rregs.; tir ‘ Rayan am 99 
famous make. White 2 ter $1! Nescaius Blenkets—/rrecs. of cotton in “< ae ’ air “id OneStat 
Plastic Diaper Begs —— Shoulder strap Tots’ Pole Shirte—!rregs., combed cot pastels. Sizes 26x32"° y 2 ter $1 freon regs 
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$1 


Rubber Sheeting—Irregs. of cotton flan- Beys’ Bobby Suite—Toddler sizes in cot- 
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Plastic Pads—tirregs. of plastic coated Sizes | -6x : $1 
Ns 


Tot Boys’ Slecks—Corduroy, rayon oa>- - > 5 
: titch, 17x30 2 fer $1 irreos., firsts. Fine cottons 
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wools. Sizes J to 6x .. ._.2 ter $1 . , _. 4 ter $1 Ee eG Frere eran wires Ue 


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Bigger And Better Results 
Bring 82,990 More Want Ads 


People in the Washington area placed 82,990 more 
want ads in The Washington Post and Times 
Herald during 1955 than in 1954. 

time, the other 7-day paper lost ads. 


At the same 


Results come in with special speed when 
you place your want ad in the BIG Sunday Wash- 
ington Post and Times Herald. Why? 
cause your want ad in Washington's BIG newspaper 
reaches many more thousands of readers. 


Simply be- 


Actually, The Washington Post and Times 


Herald 
130,000 
paper. 


reaches 412,000 families every 
the other 
Cash in on this tremendous circu 
as SO many more advertisers are doing. 


more families than 


Sunday , 
Sunday 
lation lead 


Phone REpublic 7-1234 
To Place Your Want Ad 


PERSONALS 


17 ARTICLES FOR SALE 12 


ARTICLES FOR SALE 


COLORED. WHIT: 
6 weeks. $4 WT 
uree 6©FWith 6th : 
or na ne 
SCHOOL 1335 
COLORED — ine 


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prepared. your home 


BUILDING 
MATERIALS 


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MOTOR TRAVEL 1 


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Toilet and Tanks 


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$15.00 
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Open Eves. Mon... Thurs 
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Piywood, 4x4 
Iron fencing 
Kitchen cabinets, from 2 50 


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Holiyweod bed, $22.59: 
bookcave. $5: maple chest of ‘@raw- 
ers 20 book case-head-board 
S10: drop-lear kitchen table, o2 
sofa-bed, $35 club chair 
rollaway bed $i2° = op 
coffee table. $15. We do reuphal 
sierine refinishing | work, 
drap ries 
chair reuphol- 
siip-coverec $49 up 
materia!) Woerkman- 
terms Hofimen 
2447 18th at. 


springs, 


tal a : 
4 chairs $45 RA my) 
—Dinette table and s chair ‘, 
arey chrome £0 9. 
“ Modern” + 
cheat af crawerse 


studie coueh; TV; Mis« 
5-038 


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27106 Conn 
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unfin- 


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U 634 Sun 


7 1000 Ext 
: #23206 weekdays 
WwW ceek 


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4-pe mahogan ny 16th century bed- 
box et 
mec ress 
PET wallet - 
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loop With hair cushion: 
reem, cot + P pall wit ~aA yoase 
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Was vi Wit al ALL POR $150. | 
TA. 0-6 issOuri ave. nW., | 
j Hideabed, rose 
chair: grey tap 
blond end tables; coffee 


abl. bed- | 
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extras 


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friewe couch and 
chair; 2 


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anity, manog., 
all furniture 
al to ines. Pay wus @ 
visit ee Re soneinesd $79.50 in- 
REOT He mattress. x springs 
nd 6 legs. $32.95. Little Castle 
Purnitute Co. 104 B. Pairfax at. 
Palis Church, Va 
w~Mahogany din. rm aet. il 
new reen velvet Menor | 
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loor lamp: reas, Cell AD 
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a ier 7 0 1 
conditioner. 
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mahog rame mirror 
beg <x chair, foam 

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FOR ONLY 


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Chairs! Chairs! 


Excellent selection, all types 
including: matched conference, 
executive swivel, typist pos- 
ture, arm, side swivels, an 
many others Also large 
quantities desks, bookcases, 
desk lamps, card files, of 
fice tables, etc-—to ,choose 
from. Get the best at com- 
petitive prices 


up to 


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complete offices. 
ice if required, 


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SALES 
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__ D2 Sunday, February 26, 1956 — ue SITIONS ma ACTS : 
nw. at Pas “Cur “ -BENIORS. to £4500 Aer odynamicists 


: : te 2 pat. org. ..st. $390) ACCT. Cont oft., | R 
412,000 . dio. REY 9-0633. Rook a va = | 3 5 Sah Thermodynamicists} {ie,,! || CONWAY'S Timp. Ser. bid’ sth NW. MISSILE TEST 
Sunday Ohi rit — pokKeeper | eee. “sa. travel . ool $0 office ; he a a3 ma). : | : “lS Wn tag eee “eS i UM Bi on Byes 
e lerk a train or eaineen -" - PAN | N ° 2 . , 
aijs| EXPANSION CREATES & Gees SO 1A~ Florida’s 


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UIRE Now—NA. 8: | Clerk, me coll. 86 BANE ‘TRA 
Circulation a rai ere;| Myzchandie Gk. B.C. 'B a ee OPPORTUNITY Let us saa: tMPLO sERVICR Conaiel tant 
tek cults L = 40 yrs.). Cor. 12th) Age —— Lic not red. " x Pp , ¥ KS. 1.6. ee ss + CoEDTS ARV TGATOR, ‘ -3629 entra st oast 
means quicker saies resu , s ery at. at ve ante . be | . CHEMICAL. vouns. , ; TO onte Cre nn rane 
Washi Pa 4 WOMEN—ALL AGES | Baleamen. en. blind. éxp.. seer : ? : pee Byre, se and comm. Stead beets tr. 8 rf aids building e cubits oe. Golan Interesting Assignments 
-vigheaeesdasoulags oder | Setemen sr +] ws. The expansion of this| rn system. 951 Ellswort ock Clerk. under 30. so benerite® piree, Liberal a cmplore In Electronics and Optics 
Times Herald classified ad- - bf Cotter — comm. with nat. ore. 23-98 rs. ® mn hac | Si. Spe. JU. 9-9757. | Tech itjustrator. Ga. axe 6 up) _3-5280. Ext one Mond 
FARN ONEY—¥.EA major company |= pate thence mpeg =. : Bee RCA employment eneiniiien: 
fi s trainee, 2 : ment i 
DRAFTSMEN | Seervcser®™™ Sedan of the 


SHORTHAND & TYPING ie ous} PRD. OF yes. Ob created new openings for ~ BEAUTY 


opent nes * various 


vertisers. To place your ad 
| SPEEDWRITING 1? iG a ' Pte quelli ions with | lj fj d 
PUBLICATIONS WRITER. yne_co}| Qualified engineers and| Direct salen B12 Sh haritn al 
800 week up. Appl ecnanica 
OPERATORS | By starve te saa 


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for Sunday A horthand : | 0 
BC Shorthan CALL DI. i 9217 | ADVERTISING SPiic. invout'man| scientists with experi- 
i Or promotional. orégrams. bro- 
Positions 


Phone in 6 A eeks pis i alillieaie. dite. “i int chures, posters. ete $2000 ence im aerodynamics or! FOR OUR DENT AL TECHNICIAN HELPERS Loe oe 
ther 6-Week Courses: a =" » one s pad - thermodyn ics | With some experience in Senter : interested | 
exemp $250) [06 AGT TRAINER thermodynamics. LANGLEY PARK STORE wax pepe tam ald poem woe: echenicnl mechani : EXPANSION 


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RECEPTION} ST Kit KR CLE yne.. 
‘ HEN MGORS.. yne Excellent opportunity ; | development Stages : 


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REpublic ]- 234 Treite TAD ert 41 OUR JOB IS itione in apane! ne 
REST AU RANT MOR. TRAINEES: The development of | for top earnings iaertien ‘Samples required tor INCLUDES A NEW 
ntery 


7. 7 —e = - ge PUScH OPER reel 4 TO PLACE YOU 1 aoe © exv. or interest in peaperen syst tems and a 65 40-41 Week Department Manager 
. | ire 9 A. M oh | or TSIDE. MAINTENANCE WORK. arch projects has crea’ | “pincod  vuncuass 20 MILLI / 
PHONE: ST. 3-2 D v. lic. 870-880 new posit super- By DISCOUNT ON PURCHASES and Salesman CALL ST. J 0986 ON COMPANY- 
| IN THE RIGHT | Radio Phonograph dept. OWNED SUPERSONIC 


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MANAGER PRAT WRES Nat, Ip rime iets in- 
‘Speedwriti ng Secretarial School | ost 43 mane st Esk visShe $3300 resied im applied re CALL MISS PAULINE AT | an | oe tae toaee |. Pee OEE 
JOB -~da c) r ie : Renton, otter | DRIVER TESTING FACILITY 


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j \ Z 1 ary _ ver “a . : rR 0 Tr SALESMFE N. various to £90 ’ Q r . 7. A, 4a ‘C Po -Th | : ! a j Oo | , N . OR 
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| iat pr COLUMBIA wpportuaities Must 0. |- BEAUTY SALON | | Chevy ase, iranalet & eis ar «| Aeronautical Engineers 
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$255 mF “aeeney exp. heipt: 
WILL BUY ANYTHING tee ) ta $9000 
L , | exer tos DENTS re NA PHOTO. DITOR with stilt | EMPLOYMENT SERVICE ae, Exp ore Such Areas as: Langley Park. Maryland | DESIGNERS | eee. "4n03 Moorland in. Bethe ‘ iE 
7 | - 8.9800 |—Chemica ineers 


m PIANOS, class a d ~ 3 
BAINTings. JEWe! RY. RU Ga iz Thum Se “" a. civ cr -# oe ead nd r rod) uce ct | 4381 G Si Suite 234 Me he | 
LD GUNS. CLOCKS, COINS. | 4 ee BOYD ‘clot: ‘Eat. 40 stories. Sup p photogr raphers.| “°™". sec 7. Bo. Ari $300 | . , NA DRIVER | White). married 
rrp). Ser. id qQ_ | ‘Abie to get security clearance ARLINGTON ALEX. Aerodynamic §=design of | 35. Good char. and drivin  23*| Mechanical ngineers 
| Con ORED STt DENTS Inquire NA to 857 FAIRFAX.FAL Compressors GRE tury =e, ~ "~~ ~~ ae DRAFTSMEN | ord. Must know city, Wo. e-soas 
JA: 8.9463 asses in TYPING. | NEWS PDITOR. susv. stait, of S éH. 2 tien BOOKKEEPER _—Metallurgists 
° short hand. "CIVIL SERVICE. . § set D> sea -tep ' ; a3 : , LA 
ey ai tures : : od ’ ; ni ; COwi M " : 
J A 5 9] 85 | j There. _ 5. BOYD 6 ac HOC st, | major “Tati ; 44d iudent ; 28 | tom te 4 ' — Must pe sreertenced. a et posi- T LS 3 STIMU TING JOBS 
. me 1 sre). Cr A to ot. temp. 3 mos vf. at ; dl OO 
USED FURNITURE catoniy witits — Lear 3 pine | OO Rand typing Tee, Temep., sera opr. yng. ho Investigation, programs vim | For ehh th gyre tne) oy d Fixtures) Electronic ia tad oe cat 
NI j | : ks wkiy ee English | mM: pi op | i » yng. regard to licat it 66. 74 7 NW igs an ixtures _ : 
ONE PIECE OR 0" rs f ABC : } ByRPo. Mab i OPR.. Ell | Ma hemat icten. ass “an 4's Combustion urbines (oF | Technicians COMBUSTION 
ENTIRE ESTATE | L338 a ER RPE STENOS. several, young : Ener heiper, i " rai 100 up ot he cnt "EaxeTRONge Tec beginner $528 PRODUCT RESEARCH & 
ALAS. casualty ins. car ees. | raftes : pret £200 la ; . ‘ 
HELP, MEN 8 _s . ombu ot fon eystems deve!- Sil. Soe $325 DEVELOPMENT 
IEY MARKET ary . 0 5 7r* ; ma c : se y opmen , 
THIEVES Me - “OE VER SPRING Rocky! Rex AUGES T 
oo 8 GLEBE AD . rc ‘e me- 413 Ga Ave-—JU. 9-4446 echnical schooling plus ex- Apvlied Re 
wet... DIES | perience in wiring, construc- Frchogtes 
nye tion; end-testing of protetype—}-......_. -_ lal Product eer- 
ing— es 


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ACCT. Urc. MOK., $ i” a enines e! accu + $30 eit > +, hist 441 Pre 4 oa ‘ot com- 
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Construct jon. “ CPA or ne in BEKPR —#s5 spow,. | 
JA. 8 - 9463 | ety "oe mer mid sido-8128 ote 3O Reta 6A > A Wad Pesca “AGCY. Basis Pw meerhenses. = foun os Fas | 
ts enior sami seniors 40- ‘ « . twcies OF BUC : ines ass ; r he : : 
CALL ANY TIME DAY OR NIGHT! ,/"" ei t CPA [| oe a Soren ~ a 2334 Wilson Bl Pea a hanen as ini niets, noszies and BSS TOP SALARIES | @lectronics equipment neces- | and analyses. 
RAGPI anted: fal good con- ikkpr.. constr ' 3 5¢ EXTERMINATOR aaies. ex 73% Sil King Alex. KY. 9-5055) _ Thermodynamic egicula- | sary Pay in accordance with 
rE an WO. €- ie or. mis. cs $80 MANY OTHER POSITIONS 104 E. Broad Palle Ch. JE 32-7273! covet ane OF Jet nt Rneines Bookkeeper-Automotive | qualificetion’ and ability at this major 
) rele Anaiys! YOUNG MAN UNDER 30 te | Paid Vacations and Holid ; r company 
. | : | *y* | Guided missile research and | 
| located 


4;tion be : . : 
learn mneral Motors account- 
‘in the mid-west. 


mn oh ae oan, office! Stkpr’ iypit, n $8 NO REGISTRATION FER 
" ADDRESSOGRAPH 4 system. Exceiient S 
‘ a : development program offers 


furniture and Bkkor. : C $80-$85 
977 pr ¢ li i tlo 75-$8! Intervie hour Mond Prida?y. | , ' or ' ' - 
DU. 7-0513— a7 6- 2 As cprs. «7 ome exp. oye a on on [ s —~ OPERATOR This Company 5 Program ing S baghereund 7 EMPLOYMENT challenging assignment th 
KS BOUGHT—Ary quant! , 2m | slain aha ale cae of Personal Development, si “Pike. At roles ve | | epport ity f self d tap 
Be- i. air, aasee . ; OF is 3 ‘ ee | were Mea ae Burner Design, Combustion 
i Elizabeth Pinkston e tahenk iriteste. ‘eamienet 4" Een You to: Readies A ae IN WASHINGTON | ment. Liberal vacation and Transter. em 
; a dg] _remeonnpy,cogwenino || FIM, sangre machine | | BOOK MEN | sick leave and many other |  Auemesiation Sraiems 
foe 10? onn Ave ; m : iner 5-day "4 he af 1. Work ? rt lt ¥ ' 
sEpmoral tor! ATLAS bmg " RE. 7-5767 pf 4-4i50 moet isin la | Dusingus Seer $0 pes. has need for DI. 7-9152 
> book sal eomen. We Will pay | . 


4420_B. YY. AVE. NW... ROOM S06, TS—TO 87000 | APPLY 
RCo z WASHINGTON : ial | the Righest ecvance com missiona in’! ' 
agen Fe Bey A -- us weet! } monthiy) Product and Industrial ‘ 


ACCOUNTANT | 
; | See ABBEY First} Gas LIGHT CO. ha etoris wnermee | Bonuses We tre in, the prowess of| | FOOL 
: isor ding 8 ja) st ro ngineering Corp. 


isto. suto- 
“Hobey Shop oo ete charge Se sa OPEN MON TIL, 7:30 °é " 
23-1272 : oo | 2 r & seprcialis ' ; ’ need 
of erean ~ 1338 NW aft pa it Pere@nne' Depar ment ; ’ , ; THE JOHNS HOPKINS 
| Rb y D. Agvence  prefessienaiis =| pe t. 74082 | Monday end | 2501 HST. NW UNIVERSITY 


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T oug Administrative trainess . sf. $9600 — upeny ‘agave tates =6| «© BOYS—STUDENTS | is APPLIED PHYSICS PLEASE SExD REPLY TO: 


rniture Call hy wonder. "eT. 3-8250 
‘a * a -| Secretaries s' : ADVERTISING ; “7 . 
EMerson 2- 6677 Bank trainees (career) 4... 1s el ane refund prosram of wh 14-18 earn 61-82 per 
FUEN. WANTED — Any amount: | | Satisies Sass ’ 00 Sockaron . — a bh nw uy hay ore . our dependin ¢ upon = = : Desi ners LABORATORY ENGINEERS 
also need oie igerator. ens an | ACCOU NTING | Stock cler . -o5 ; inhi ta” ! car Re - 207, 8415 Geor rst : pA g 
San cc; > SS hank ; : ; ct SOUNTANT, ofe. mer, constr > er 8p n 4-5 P.M. only. Mon- i TEST EQUIPMENT 


- - o n ernmployee benefits. 
Phone For Appointment proy e This is a maior permanent ¢%- 
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CLERKS | Appiiance eet s75 uel § mi OOK KEEPER - “ eg BAR A se Be A Say — Gay and Tuesday. ‘ 
' ; ; : : 2 \ se a. a » " } nie imiti ° , hk | % > 
ing your dental .. int | Gras station trainees r sider < $3900 | OU. Write to oo a ce mechanics Drafts nen | SILVER SPRING. MD ENGINEERS 
scharged jewelry ~~ - .! AnGy With 100 ; Ue BOOK KEEPER POPC. MOR ier ¥. Appiy, Greenbrier snd 4s ) ‘ 
A. KAHN 5 00 Week Starting Salary fieh = grads + 0 ot BOX M-153. POST-TH : Ar! va... or call f C , 
- ’ ~ Coes gam ia ath gs ——— — —--- ———_—— or reative 
~~. f§. YEARS AT 35 _F 37. NW... | é | rd. Bethesda ‘WAL RH KESSLER BUS BOYS) week. Creative men whe went te enjoy JU. 9-7700 ; , 
JUNK “WANTED Must be good typists. One | SALESMEN PERSONNEL SERVICES BT 3-9442 LEEDS =a of gore SW. | interesting work well-paid) EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION Rewarding Work 
to operate bookkeeping baete ° nee sss com. 612 Wash Bids 18th &2 NY NW Asst TO CONSTRUCTION SUPT iti whi le prosress: ae wi ; . : 
b+ pick up ok kinds. Newspapers ant ty pm car & . eee fucrt tial project. Annandale. Vea BUS OPEBRATORS-LECTURERS sec! ould = fhe cus in Electronics — 
scrap metals. sinks, darh- machine, one for detail Nursery stock see tee $3 9.068 | ” ;* asf. background Cesirabie. Re- : bus-driving Siiteodiniiai 
ter ec t é - . ‘ + tr 43 : : 
rub fs ne I Ae BRAL| Clerical work 5 4-day a oe neh et) M- ish, Pos Post ‘TH. waceptiine a on im -38.| company located in up-state N An interesting opportunity with © 
Te| week. To start immedi- | Janitor supplies *” $5,47008 | ADVERTISING am cee otaae. BS. % | fiening, developing and setting No 
ately. fa San a ae ASST. _MANAGER ae ar Toe MECHANICAL - Electronic par ecuipment and facilities for 
| Awte ssori tall 5 j | recat systems, radar components 
NEWSPAPERS | BOX 747, POST-TH | COLORED BRANCH ~ ) ASSISTANT | TO BE TRAINED for executiy Paid thon DESIGNERS T aos and electronic equipment. 
wJti- | 1617 K NW ST 33-6650 | tie 1. te i re : ‘4 . te o Dis. for desigs one Coveroomnen® = h ou : ; 
75¢ PER ] 00 | BS. 7 = : . day and nigh! $185 qtrs. Young man colleae 7 ~ lon Ae " - ott . as mice Wore’ aU PPLY co om evens af  ecail man ae tow ec nicians ) ces ‘. oups. vie ny produc- 
‘Sanit i. oh te” $3 a - 4 f . & / . ‘at doe a ms tions. Te echoo r a tie | and resources es 
M G Z NES ACCOUNT |) ppm Horm | ouse! me “S43 graduate, to learn ad = = “; sac © . = BI YER. = “ @ dren's A backer wi 35 "Seane experien a. AND are excellent 
A Fr | at river-porter. louor stot vertising with ne Bes . te _ $10.000 | tens deter 
+ samneee A , ; APPL Y IN PERSON “sit 4 1 + a1." ' i sent r ! 
$) 00 PER 100 LBS. -of- sate CPA frm would fee fia? - oe * tr ‘ . fronal trade pub ca p R ic A p Mr * Ges is. I-08 Kooy ELECTRICAL DESIGNERS . | lead te promoties to Engineering 
a eccount as $2 tion Exnerience de ) UBLIC LO N COR . . on ne for complex electronic rainees Gupervistes 
1 #. ; : ome qe 3233 Rhode Island Ave. wth ni now Wie ane Eee . 
pel 40. P - = 7 : lence I oe sired 6 a? mot neces MT RAINIER MD [9 cond licers = mk 3. ‘. rears Rs = upeiate 3 A. medium-size eity. 
picture frames Lor i emia: 34 & r Instroet nal Bch sary. Send resume & 0 . ra PO ine axa gi hidhaed ; 
‘nS. €-286. | Post-TH | of A ona uth ne " -——_ ving ex r- ) 
$1885 = a recent photo to Post ASST, WAREHOUSE MGR. ut as Tea DRAFTSMEN For positions as electronic tech- ro 
wai : T cies M.129 [Trim experience . - , mete 
PIANOS bought, ca ; of ‘ aa00 Piney Branch ¢ Tech school or ane entice back- | i -iang | p ir 
styles. JU. 5. 3038, ie? er “sist State salary require Permanent portion CHEMIST ——tme ground with 1-3 yre experience - + educational “inte and 
o— ted. 3 ood eondi'ica ( . . ert and respons & 
ris ‘rene. * “peas ——ee R A MGNTS, e; ~y ae en _ rer search department of atent warns A ge SRS At ty to read w ring diagrams | Write tne): iding detatle 
or your we af . aw office ries : — — pameek { i rt 
plane, Mr. Seltzer, JU 4639. | CEERI OF DS wing) 2S, ree ri train if ap. w Depre, F aaa. 6 
6O0p furnitur wanted for our} . - - . pica! tite on. " Box M- .. 
J ; e com , : nasee Assembly to experimental elec- £-159. Post-TE_., 
store; deal with seiko? coca. | Ledger Clerk—Maintain perpetual inventory records AIR COND. ENG., $7000 “ Dytiness | Lines > PERRONNEL, ME 8-3693 DESIGNERS ake sladiuanad Deicke teas ENGINEERS 
| Mech § :° ’ ' 1B) leh . : : ~ " - . 
on Electronie parts. Coodin Coordinate materia! paoahow eal. Enpineer ne reining - ¢ raneee CLERK- TYPIST dustrial or military service ex- ~ ae ypertonnes tn 
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distribution te eomoany branches in” Southeastern BOYD" rere mA S o G DOUGLAS DISTRIBUTING DRAF SM EN perience necessary. | tem. Call Lenter rf pei 
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- = wort 71S am. to 313 pm ELECTRONICS | APPLY IN PERS ENGINEER 


Vacincy due to promotion; 5-day week, all company line needs 2 men between 18 and 3 , 
benefits. Salary rence minimum $3380. Interviews 3 es er" ‘OD io. EMPL. B3 HANGE foveuts ~ | 8 AM. TO | Thorou h Back oust 3 
per Legh Atr bones ts after 3 months empioy- : 9 acKgr in 
: ine ie 7 rt ; .] ; i? « wr z AN EXC MECHANICAL ; \ 
‘ : . ginesr. 84 noe | | MONDAY THRU FR Power Plant Design? 


by appointment. Cell OV. 3-1223. | Terminal Wide. Sender, Chied engineer a 3 easeo “APPLY PERSONNEL OFFICE 
; = = ro . ey eth Experienced in Layout 


la 5 Bp. mm. for inierview. é ea! 
, | Pressers silk. babsbeave 950 MAYFLOWER HOTEL ey 
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R.C.A. Service Co., Inc. AIRLINES NEED | Dt oT EB Seen ann, ent Bites 2. eg) FOR THOSE WHO QUALIFY MELPAR, INC. eecuntene’ rtupity as 
A SUBSIDIARY OF RADIO CORP. OF AMERICA | Bee Our Ad Under Instructions. | | Boge bo emen. tree ag ss -_ | Pa ct lea = 
c fr HSO ~~ * ‘. ERK STOCK $3 ; ‘ . * new epartmen mé- 
District Office-—515 Wythe St., Alexandria, Va | eee EG ‘ender. white Bats an 7 . stock ex perience ree. Some Opportunity for Belt-Aavancement a ALLE Eee os ye. ! . fs dev oled setaly ‘to ups! “4 
te "£50 2 . ; berai Vacation ick Le : commercial 
AND DRAFTSMEN teed evtendant a ‘eS — Bids * ie prereset Parting Vocllias Take arnold 3-4 pus from iith ee > io r feactor 
Experienced ores ~ ", long! ; oa . ana sts. ow. t pliant entrance.) : 
rake A: . : “COLLECTION | + | 
fei pageae ina Lm HO e: 5 nea - HQ. * +4 —y A Aye aot ee ’ os ie coe “ Pu 
a ye —. AUTO SALESMEN cellent salary eae comntn? bene- ; ; 
mc “pith Unsineion| = (New and, Used) Lies THE JOHNS HOPKINS ELECTRONIC ne ee 
,- galt UNIVERSITY | TECHNICIANS | ifasitenstremcaas 
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A graduate engineer with 
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OFFERS 
OPPORTUNITIES 
IN THE 
FOLLOWING FIELDS: 


Propulsion Systems | Electronic Technicians 

Installation Engineer, Qualified to Instruct The company eer 
on Operation - and ‘have the mo om: with 
6 3 yee AN/ owned research ea 
-30 or CLR-6, 


fe currentie en- 
4 
EXCEPTIONAL, engineer 
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Many benefits await @ quall- 
ed and experienced man. 


ERCO DIVISION 

ACF INDUSTRIES, INC, 

RIVERDALE, MARYLAND . 
WArfield 7-4444 


is high and de- 
your eee, 


Advanced Propulsion 
Systems Engineer 
Definitely requires a men of 


vision 66 imagination to 
soneeive air-breathing pro- 


Crortine a salary pment. or 
na upon development. , 


S COMPANY if WELL 
oe for ite diversified 
Radke h and manufactur - 
wi activities Advancemen' 
we ve rapid for « talented 


acilities 


TELEMETERING 


ELECTRONIC 
INSTRUMENTS 


COMPONENTS 
AUTO-PILOTS 


INERTIAL NAVIGATION 
SYSTEMS 


‘| NUCLEAR CONTROLS | 


Call or Write tion- wide 


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an en re ded 
of the Fenaioall ion. 
rated overatic 


concent 
devote \0 fhe pS ged reau) ~ 
= ente of enaere.-scientifice person- 
. 


ment 
jent persona) interview will be 


arranged if you qualify. on 


rest 


Mr. Richard A. Martin 


National Scientific 
Laboratories, Inc. 


2010 Massachusetts Ave. 


Write in confidence listing your 
education end Tk 

piease Renee sour Lalsry re 
quireme 


BOX M-151, POST-TH 


——.___- — 


number vyeass 
“al “Tollews y by seen a 
Special Fuels 
Propulsion Systems: 
Engineer 


SPECTAL OPPORTUNITIES exist 
or engineers and mathemeticians 
with advanced degrees and exper 
n im J@0 engine testing. fir) 
gy one ana engine simula- 

y advanced research in 
Se “fei of engine simulation sad 

- dexelapmen'. 


studies. Systems Evaluation 


MACHINE DESIGN 
AIRCRAFT CONTROLS | 
VIBRATION | 
HYDRAULICS 


WASHINGTON 
INTERVIEWS 
MARCH 1, 2 & 3 


For personal § interview, 
phone Mr, David Trott at 
EXecutive 3-5888 week- 
days, 10 a. m. te Bp. m™. | 


Gyroscopics 
Digital Computers 
~ Telemetry 


INSURANCE MEN 
STOP WASTING TIME 


After receivine your resume an 
appointment will L A oe with you 
at your convenie 


Engineers 
SHIP 
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LAUNCHING The Best ae 
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EQUIPMENT | Military ainsi 
DESIGN 


Mechanical 
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OPENINGS ’ 
Job- sneset ne 


» in a Mme- 
cium sise. 


idw rm city 
Guedlioat and 


your m, the ne Interview 
sroanit 


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will 


Here i Y6GF Gipertunity to 
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largest and most aggressive 
companies in the nation. We 
| sell hospitalization Accident 
| and health and Life Insurance. 
We have openings for two 
| men. Top commissions. psid, 
| renewals guaranteed. Plenty 
of leads furnished. Let us 
show you how to build @ se. 
cure future Write Box M.- 
169, Post T-H. giving brief 
resume sales ability 


Washington 6, D. C. 
HUdson 3-4030 


This .man's task ts to @ 
; bf Accelerometers 
mach number weapon systems 
vases operate on special 
vels 


Nuclear Propulsion 
Systems Engineer 


les and job specifications 
clear\y defined 


‘The Suture of each ovenine wil) 
be carefully ahalreed 


Join the Fastest Grow- 
ing Major Aircraft 
Company in the Indus- 
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WASHINGTON 
INTERVIEWS 
MARCH 1, 2&3 


eracuate Work at joce! uni. 
versities 


Guidance Systems 


Experimental | 
and 


Theoretical 
Physicists 


|Large Southern Com- 
pany offers an excep- 
tional opportunity for 
professional advance- 

ment in an atmos- 
phere which encour- | 
ages individual initia-. 


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ite 

Es Pringe benefit te will be outlined 

x M-154 POST-TH Servomechanisms ae 


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ta 

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conditiona 


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piet! 


Thermodynamics 
LOCATION, MIDWEST 
If So, Write to 
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“EXGINTRES 


| MECHANICAL or 
INDUSTRIAL 
ENGINEERS 


The ieb choeic 
your specific . = 
inne adver aed the 


}, My. ore bane ree ‘open ines as vot 
pupstea tion date 
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requirement ‘s woes “out “nt 
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endeavor. Chellenging projects and & costes scence fe are | 
ARMAS extensive « mentary peta he for craduate ener 
benefits make on A career. ont « 
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he * HATES 
cir BB laa Cenn. Ave 
29-7117 


Optics 
Or, 


PROFESSIONAL 
EMPLOY MENT 


MARTIN 


write: 
ite Environmental Sica | 


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JANITOR 


married man wit > ae 
Must be exper en 


NT 


For pers nal mterviews, 


phone Mr. David Trott at | 


ARMA ene of America’s lereest 


;| current EXecutive 3-5888, week- 


days, 10 am to8oe.m i- 


At This 
Major Company 
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Or, write : -@uart be. helps > =m 

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Due NA. 8-9545 et. 


Por more information. 


Diease « 't eae See 
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PROFESSIONAL JANITOR 


Baltimore 3, Md. 


Engineers 


TRANSISTOR | 
CIRCUIT | 


Fabrication Planning, 
Tooling Development 
Cost Estimation 
Time Studies. 
GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES 


wITH A MAJOR COMPANY 
LOCATED UPSTATE &. Y. 


The has 


| than doubled 


tive to men qualified 
in: 


Infrared: Research | 
& Development 


Aerodynamic 
Stability 


| gr im hydreulics or pip- 


| Experienced elect 
RI LS chenk out of 


ELECTRICAL 
ENGINEERS 


rical power 
ectronics 
and desien of Ejec- 


ereied d ante p handling ey 


come out of this 
t of 


depart. 
@ major company 


But ther're only « hint of 
what's the De- 
Pir tment | * te the fu- 
ure and plans oasnucus 


expansion to incre 
SF Gemands for its ered. 


Te engineers here tt means 
to 


Roosevelt Pisid. Garden City, ¥. ¥ ‘Machine Operator 


ARMA 


Division American Boesch Arma 


| 
ENGINEER 


| MECHANICAL DESIGN | 


ENGRAVING 


Experienced on Gorton 
machine desirable. Many 
company benefits. 


APPLY IN PERSON 


EMPLOYMENT 


MARTIN 


Baltimore 3, Md. 


ee 


Cotered or bide. In down- 
iw Washinton Must be 


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minor plumbing and electrical re- 
peirs eeren-Grinker on) ied “Salary 
rencees requi j 
MOR. Dius quarters PHO <7 
MRS. MARTI 
+) a 


JUNIOR 


tren  Somoutere ore 3 . 
for | 


STRUCTURAL me Pt 
_ ENGINEERS _ 


perience. Must be alert and) 
of good appearance. Will be 
Civil Engineers and Naval trained for responsible posi- 
tects Fae ~ tn 
hi structures, Gesign. OF br 
building. 


EXECUTIVE 


AN EXCELLENT 
OPPORTUNITY 


ENGINEERS 


Chall penines in the field 
of wansistor circult design ond 
developmen 


bility and increasing —" 


so with it MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 


sau TO4PF. 
cent oot ege wadeste 


MELPAR, INC. 


PShecvadbyepn se AIRCRAFT OWNERS s PILOTS | 
A ASBOCIATIO . Must be wt lime to ?°- iocate 


4444 FPast-Weet HH) anwar 
P. Arnold v bos _Rethests. Marian 
hs pliant 


pian end bel super | & Analysis IBM Asst. Supervisor 
Sadafacttine pare with dear 
gefined prometion opportun'ties in 


“ea vanced es acturine 


—Meihode = 


ja, -R. call now for 430 more 

by 1959. As new 

ene neers come in. more 

engineers will move up’ 
The time te act is now 

econer You move 

in. the a ee you start 


STARTING SALARIES 
mi | om gormencst Positions in UP TO $12,000 
SEND RESUME TO ings eaten 


Chrysler Corp.| siieeall 


‘ques 
aute 


Benet nave therough knowledge of 
machines « B} 


Analysis of 
Weapons 


Effectiveness 


pr ee 
manent position with 

tunities Appiy wb 

stating experience. age edueat ion 
and salary desired 


e 
interesting man we are seeking must be 
ie. 


capahie supervising 


for sop cation| 
fire control and 
nr me ele training program oproe- 


| Specialization 
: an wory Assignmen 
guidance systems | tion in a dynamic field. This 


is an unusual opportunity. 
APPLY I PERSsOnw On CALL 


i vee nan had trom 2. ‘3 5 
a t and related fields and 
ee the abilite te odviee on tech. 
nice! engineerin opiems Fe! 
wou id ke ve + tg your futere| 
vin rou 


Rigg duane Pat Physical 
and ali-veer outdoor sports ) Chemistry 


Write. tIncleding detalles of experi-| 


ence “Ror M-160. Post-TH 
; ot. 


CROIPERE SS fas Be Seenes | 
required Good = working eonditions 


ENGINEERS 


Mechanical 


wit in 


ane slog & 
digital computing 
techniques 


Theoretical! 
Physics 


from lite —— 
entrance.) | 


ILLUSTRATORS 


Technica! 


EXPERIENCED IN LAYOUTS 
SKETCHES, ISOMETRICS, | 
CHARTS, GRAPHS AND | 

SCHEMATICS 


| replies will 
be held im striet confidence. 


Box M-167. WASH P-TH 


?- 
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CORVEY ENGINEERING Ce. 
mio DAV AWYT. 
LAURE ANORIA 19-0190 
Air Breke Co 


ESTIMATORS - 
EXPERIENCED 
een aii ite es oni, Phone TU. 2-6800 


struction experience and/or Ge EMERSON 
estimating experience re) tits hoes cnt = RESEARCH ap 
ogg i Send Cae bn.) eoreis_Ave., Wheete “=| 701} LAMONT ST. NW. 
cott 8-7111, extension 3332) 
(Wilmington). 


dD. J BLACK ORS 
Engineerina . 


Movrinme sllowances erranged 


FURNITURE a — Salary) 
ip Pinks 7) 


Please submit resume te. 
Technical Personnel Dest. 1° 


ARMA- 


Division Americon Bosch Arm 
cose ~ Rgoneveld Fie.4. Garden 
Cit 


CAINHSC APE SALEEM 
—~ ¥ oe ureery, must anve ‘car 
amiliar @ith 


and be 
Washingsem end , ae Stert at 


LANDSCAPE 
PLAN DRAWING 


PALES TRAINEES—Ma- 
train_for saso! ine re ee 


ESE 


joyment. 1307 


GROCERY CHECKER é 


For Professional 
Interview, Send 
Resume to: 


VERNON WELSH: 


Employment Mord 
O. Box 2287 
Birmingham, Alabama 


Missile Operations 


Cou 
Elec'ro-mechanical 


perience recutred 


IBM Asst. ita emgh | 


B knoviotes es 


chines ang isM) INSTALLERS 
with’. pene roniy. 


rience, ase education| Experienced sound and inter- 
| com. men, Good working | 
conditions with top firm. Ap-' 


pecomars ca 
Monda. 
42204. 


Electronic 


ENG 
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& PILOTS 


tee 1 
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to Box Sarat ig Pu args ahway 


ENGI N EERS == EXECUTIVES "ei (eae Ee 


THERE IS A FUTURE IN CONTROLS ton ot-| ae See flisen, tor ap. for permanent bon 


me ply service manager. 
25 on in smal; nstailation w 
BY HONEYWELL a mori x irra =| : inmalnuon, ei | 


Most engineers in the Washington area are 
familiar with MELPAR and are aware of how 
we have grown during the short span of ten 
years from our initial conception to a firmly 
established organization, subsidiary of the 
Westinghouse Air Brake Company and the 
largest industrial research laboratory in the 
Washington area. 


group hospital! ligation 

tate pertinent 

¢ ovalladie 
personal interview 

is ‘tee Meld in in tH ictest yu 


(55. Post-TH 
MAN WITH CAR 


Aptractive Income; good references. 


— ent 
benefits avaliable. 


CESCO 
vate + arch organization Penta 
seam a retired 


451 CALVERT AVE 
n ™M —— 3 ae. een 
ia te ie s 


"Srat"aes:| ALEX., VA. OV. 3-2063 
ELECTRONIC MECHANICS 


basic es tnowiedge Mat —~ JR. ACCOUNTANT toa insurance 

m beckground perindip ent} a aie” « week. oerepee 

it a) wy details. Box 
For assembly and test of Computer and 
Electronic equipment. Experience in 
Radio, TV, Fire Contro! or Radar is re- 


wy ane 
"4108 after) Write bak. 
quired, 


ENGINEERS 
-WIREMAN 
For heavy duty cabling and harnessing 


How do you stop 
a 1,000 mph fighter? 
wit as — cockpits, instrument 


IMMEDIATE 
ERCO DIVISION 


OPENINGS FOR 
ENGINEERS IN 

ACF INDUSTRIES, INC. 
RIVERDALE, MARYLAND WArfield 7-4444 


information and 
tab . 


reona! terview ane, 
ternoons. Monday through Fri oo” 


Interviews in 
Washington D. C.—February 27 & 28 


Honeywell, leader in the devel ent and 
manufacture of a wide variety of automatic 
controls for the aeronautical, heating and air- 
conditioning, industrial instrumentation and 
eother fields, invites you to come in and talk 
over opportunities available in Minneapolis. A 
constantly expanding program of research and 
development in diversified fields assures op- 
portunity for creative achievement and personal 
advancement. 


RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT: 


Graduate engineers are needed in these related 
tields and product lines: 


Autopilots 
Hydraulics 
Aircraft Dynamics 


ros 
Nuclear Controls 


#U. 5-110 


The growth of our company has, of course, 
been accompanied by the growth of the individ- 
ual engineers on our staff. They have found 
‘no lengthy waiting period before the opportu- 
nity for advancement presents itself. As soon 
as they are prepared to accept additional re- 
sponsibility it is given. 


Individual recognition is fundamental to ad- 
vancement at MELPAR. Years of experience, 

, seniority are all secondary to the merit 
ps pt engineer's job performance in determin- 
ing his growth. 


THESE FIELDS: 
Systems Analysis 
Data Conversion 
Instrumentation 
Field Test 
Flight Test 


Consider this invitation to visit our new labora- 
tory in Falls Church. We are proud of our 
company and welcome the opportunity to dis- 
cuss its merits and how you can become a mem- 
ber of our expanding technical staff. 


Inertial Guidance 
Digital Computers 
Applied Mechanics 
Thermodynamics 
Systems ineering 
Servomechanisms Jet Engine Controls 
Electronic Circuitry Transistors 
Instrumentation 


PRODUCTION ENGINEERS: 


Openings for engineers with 5 years’ experi- 
ence, including process a obtyon 5 on new pro- 
ducts. Thorough knowledge of tooling, esti- 
mating, metals fabrication, manufacturing and 
assem ly operations. Experience must have 
been on products such as precision mechanical, 
electrical or hydraulic equipment, electro- 
mechanical controls, electric motors, instru- 
ments or gyros. 


And Consider These Advantages: 


Ideal suburban living in friendly, uncrowded 
Minneapolis. Excellent cultural activities and 
recreational facilities. Generous employee 
benefits include broad company-paid insurance 
and pension plans, liberal tuition allowances 
for advanced study at University of Minnesota. 
Travel and family moving expenses paid. 


FOR INTERVIEW APPOINTMENT CALL 
W. J. McElr — Sheraton-Park Hotel 
0. 5-2000 
Mandy, Feb. 27 : Tuesday, Feb. 28 

1:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. 


MINNEAPOLIS-HONEYWELL 


2753 4th Avenue South Minneapolis 8, Minnesota 


Reliability 
Missile Systems 
Engine Controls 


Design of: 
Modification Equipmen: 
Electronic Circuits 
Electronic Packaginr~ 


For an appointment call! 
Technical. Personnel Representative 


JE. 4-6000 Ext. 220 


ENGINEERS 
‘MECHANICAL ELECTRICAL 


PHYSICISTS 


FOR PROJECTS IN 
WEAPONS SYSTEMS 
ACOUSTICAL RESEARCH 
MARINE ENGINEERING 


e, challenging is an overworked word. But can you 
thonk of @ better one to describe the problem of 
homber defense in en era of 1,000 moh fighters, 
ground-to-air and air-to-air guided missiles? 


Openings presently available in the following fields: 


*Systems Evaluation 

* Automation 

*Network Theory 

* Microwave Technique 

*UHF, VHF, or SHF . 
Receivers 

*Analog Computers 

*Digital Computers 

"Magnetic Tape 
Handling 


* Radar and Counter- 


measures That's the problem engineers are working to solve at 


Genera! Electric's Aircraft Products Department. 
*Packaging Electronic 
Equipment 


*Pulse Circuitry 


in the past three years these engineers have made 
an impressive record. Since the establishment of the 
department in 1953 they have provided armament for 
such outstanding esircraft as the B-47, B-66 and B-52. 


Career opportunities for the young engineer look. 
ing for professional advancement, responsibility and 
challenge in programs of research and development 
engineering. 


SHIP MISSILE SYSTEMS 
UNDERWATER ORDNANCE SYSTEMS 


AND 


ACOUSTICAL DEVICES 


For complete information about the projects, educa- 
tional assistance and other employee benefits please 
phone JU. 5-7200. Personne! Department. 


Vitro Laboratories 


*Microwave Filters 


*Quality Control 
and Test Engineering - 


*Servomechanisme 
*Subminiaturization 
*Electro-Mechanica! Design 


Now the growth of the department and the scope of 
the engineering problems with which it deals have 
created new openings for engineers. 'f you're looking 
for assignments which will demand the best thinking 
you can offer, check the job descriptions above. 


In terms of interest, of professional advancement, of 


salary and benefits, of exceptionally fine living con- 
ditions, these career positions deserve investigation. 


~ WASHINGTON INTERVIEWS 


Mon., Tues., Wed., February 27, 28, 29 
Call Mr. Charles E. Irwin, 
10 a.m. to2 p.m. & 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. 
at MEtropolitan 8-5932 


BT el 
Din of Vine Corporation ot Ara GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. 


| My i Continued on Following Page 


Apply in Person 
Monday Through Friday 
8 AM. to 4 P.M. 


MELPAR; INC. 


SUBSIDIARY OF WESTINGHOUSE AIR BRAKE 
3000 ARLINGTON BLVD. FALLS CHURCH, VA. _ 
(Take Amold V-2 Bus From 11th and & Sts. N.W. 


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1) HELP, MEN 


TAILOR 


‘Experienced man oniy, to ha 
alterations Rl lar 

store. Excellent 
the one who. “qusiifies 


Box M-i8o Post 7- 
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HELP, MEN 15 


SALESMEN 
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Sunday, February 26, 1956 


‘HELP, MEN 1s i orreetateent tage 

412,000 | : = 
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Sunday SUPERVISOR e oie Center. 


n 
Circulation mnowlenee ¢ of 


Electronics 
Engineers 


fast ting ye Direct saies er 
young mareny Man 


Bae -— —— Church. 


10 ste 


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terviews sromptiy encaniens| 
draw peginet comm i ully 
to 8-84, Pwec 3495. 44 iia co 


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Tolerenses 
necessary. leads a 


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ON, over 21 


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AND ‘OTHERS| oF 

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ERSONNEL | RES SIDENT ooo tr white, 


WOOD | Severpament. marries, 


Teachers The Electronics Department 
of The GLENN L,. MARTIN 
CO. is one of the largest 
technical organizations of 
our engineering division. Us 
tremendous growth is a re- 
sult of our extensive activity 


| gale r exvperience neces- 
ary opportunity for ri 
(pe: on. Apply Personnel Depart- 
ment between m. end 2 


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for Sunday 


Phone 
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8 AM. TQ 4 P.M 
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MECHANICAL 


DEVELOPMENT 
ENGINEERS 


A major company 
in the mid-west 
offers you the fo 
program for a successtu 
engineering career 


sn ‘an? 


Sunday nolidays 


Melpar, Inc. 
com set Bali 


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We have Dermanent positions for 
Ho Be <a Pi mn between 25-50. Must 
to farsist we reference —_ 

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STONE PAPER TUBE CO exe 
900 Franklin St. WE 
TTH CAR to handle servi 


for ap- 


tie gine deve liopmen 


The opportunity t rk 
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which most aeppesis te rou 


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everessiens: 
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ref und prog: com 


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lf You Have Experience in 
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ey Rotating or stationary parte design 
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MANAGER “TRAINEES | 


Excellent Opportunity for 
men who can qualify as 
future branch managers 


Weight control 


A Position With a 
Rewarding Future 
May Be Yours 


Fer fur? er information n.fase are 


Box M-163. Post-TH 


MEN 
One of the world 


fact its field has 
or n tt 


21-28 years 
nigh schoo ere 
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Permanent positions 
operators in electric protection fn-/ 
dustry Seations and reguier in-' 
creases. Must pees phrsical exam!. 
nation sen ive character refs 
Call ST. 23-1703 after 9309 A. Mi 
weekdays for appoiniment a 
MEN -—PART TIME ' 
AAA.t Sot a needs 6 alert veuns 
men. ! rere 
white ‘Ee ‘S20 


ENGINEERS 


Excellent opportunities are offered to persons wh 
guccessfully meet our qualifications: 


= 
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can 


‘Our oresent needs are for: 


AERODYNAMICISTS 


Degree with strong math. background. Experience 
bility, control, and performance desirabie. 


COMPUTER ENGINEERS 


Electrical Engineering Degree plus experience on design and 
development of enalog computers or similar devices 


ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS 


Degree or equivalent plus design experience 


MECHANICAL DESIGN CHECKER 


Five years engineering or drafting experience including 
at least two years in design capacity. 


PROCESSING ENGINEERS 


Por planning manufacturing methods, operations, and 
teoling on e diversity of products associated with machine 
teols, ordinance and aircraft. Estimating experience 
desirable. 


TECHNICAL WRITERS 


Experience in preparation of hand. 
books, operating and maintenance manuals for electronic 
equipment. Strong electronics background necessary. 


m sta- 


instruction books. 


TEST ENGINEERS 


Electrical Engineering Degree or accredited vocational 
school certificate plus three years electronics experience. 


Our progressive personne! policies assure individual recog- 
_mition and advancement. 


All inquiries answered promptly and in confidence. 


ERCO DIVISION 
ACF INDUSTRIES, INC. 
RIVERDALE, MARYLAND 
WArfield 7-4444, 328 


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962 Wayne Ave. Bil 
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PAL LA 
Be es ae 
SALESMEN 


Be Our 
Luncheon Guest 


geferences Phone 


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dry. New development. salary and 
commission: exp... white. Must have 
Mad c.App'y 5553 Livingston Ra 
Garon Hill M 


| We are having a luncheon for 
salesmen in this area who 
wish to enter the direct sell- 
ing field second to none. if 
you have the desire to make 
an automobile, 
join us for 
lunch at the WOOONER HO. 
TEL, 3636 6th St. NW., 
Tueslay 12 noon, and listen 
to our program which will be 
discussed in detail 
"SALESMAN MARRIED” — 
T need a man te train with man- 
agement potential. capadie of earn- 
ing $10.000 income in course of 2 


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teaching of ao ped or pre-law 


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Offers to 
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CAREER 
OPPORTUNTTY 
Nationa! Manufacturer Ganitary 
Chemicals. sold te Industria! and 
paatitutionas Trades 
ar 


Sales Representatives 


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SATURDAY, 
MONDAY & TUESDAY 


SALESMEN 


lf you have read this ad 
before and you are won- 
dering about it act now! 
Our quota for February 
is almost filled. 


WITH US YOU WILL OFT 


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APPLY | 
12-3 PM 
9 A-M. TO 5PM. 


PENDEL FARMS 
OF MD., INC 


“Pood ty signed for 


Be: or bh ne 
934 Bonifant Bt ilver Serine Ma 


&t N—64 900 nneel salary 
COMMIBBION program 


RCA 


Sales Merchandisers 


A leadin 


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ASSIGNMENTS 
IN BAHAMA 


e Sumerience 
TECHNICIANS 

Trained and Exper too on 
Following Equipment 


RADAR 
COMMUNICATIONS 
TELEPHONE CARRIER 


positions arenes require tne 


techniques 
tunity for tratr 
ing and career develonoment in 
ing to 
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Bend Resume by F 
March 24 to 


BOX 745 POST-TH 


SALES 
TRAINEE 


AGES 23-28 


nay, 


Salary, bonus, food and lodg- 


Ing furnished 


Ree est Project 
adver Classified Bec 


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Viecile 


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TOOL 
DESIGNER 


Due ta cement eof 

see 

4 

moe at « openine for yor 
tive or interested 


sa. ies career 


Large Engineering 
search Organizatiog in Sub- 
area has immediate 
openings for experienced and 


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PALARY. CAR EXPENSE 
BONUS INCENTIV 
PANY BENEFITS. Thorou eb 
feild: office trainine for 
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INTERESTING OVERSEAS | 
ISLANDS | 


AND CENTRAL OFFICE: | 


and Re. | 


qualified men of highest cali-| 


years | 


in the fields of GUIDED 
MISSILES, AIRCRAFT and 
GROUND - BASED _—_—éELEC- 
TRONIC equipment. 


You will have an 

nity to follow your 

through DEVELO) 

and MANUFACTURE nere 
at our electronics installa- 
| tion. , 


Excellent opportunities 
ranging in salery up to 
$12,000 a vear. The follow. 
ing fields are available at 
present: 


SYSTEMS 

INFRA-RED 

CIRCUITS 

RADAR 

ANTENNAS AND 
MICROWAVE 

DIGITAL EQUIPMENT 

RECEIVERS 

PULSE TECHNIQUES 

PACKAGING 

FIELD SERVICE 

INSTRUMENTATION 

COMPONENT 


PLANT MGR $10. 000 ro | 


‘DEVELOPMENT CHEMISTS 


tres inee 


PATENT eben Please Read Carefully 
swe f. have Rood : 


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Wed Peab- 
5 29 1 te & 
Phone TY. 4636 
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porary ¥ySics — 
Experienced - Prefer. 
knowledge 
usic Co. 


SAL r x ¥ 


Physicists assume a ilarce 
measure of responsibility for 
directing their own work. 


SALESMAN TO SALES MGR 


We would lite to train & man. 25 
FOR COMPLETE INP i. Gaemne © tet ae 
Q 
PERSO NMED, DEPART IMENT 
JU. 5-7200 


" : rT 
a ATION iim 


Vitro Laboratories 


| No ale 
rience neceseer? cai La. 
any cay including aK 
santas ‘eacenrt weanesceaes: 
t--Linco'n Cemetery — 
Biscensdbures Re WE 
he Disetriet Lome 
ASK POR MR. LEE 


a pase AN. 


DIVISION OF 
VITRO CORP OF AMERICA 


2 Werne Ave. Silver Goring M4 


Ref serrations divi sion steer’ clan’ 
rr Bo 


Va 
expericn 


‘itu 
Yardstick needs @ capable young 
man to s@i dravery and aii ~*~ 
rice inside the store is 
: anges for advancement to! 


peri in 
Apoiy Mr 
THE YOUNG MEN'S SHOP 
————u’—2Z0Z~_eee 3 S.. N WwW 
PRINTING PRODUCTION 
[STANT & ESTIMATOR 


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35 be 


4 a > am 4 
new clothes 


You start at 
be a the reat is ia 4 my 
for app. Mr. J 
$023 


us fam ior with witioet proc ess 
Ex: cellent opportunity with real fa- 
ture in sTrowing company for alert 
conscientious individual who 

last change 


. 


SALESMAN—Commission te call o 
prot oO let of lece) retell hard. 
Diets. Write. giving details 
and beckgr ome. Bor 
Post-TH 


Pitaligation. State complete 


Business. | 


me Sales experience desirable 
you will receive thorovch tra’ oa 
with commissions from the 
Exceiient opportunity fer! 
advancement to District! 
Prinee benef!:« Reply in 
s! ine peseenet history 
Oars 
Forest ‘Mitls 7 


SALESMAN 


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64tn ave : m any day bay 
Saturda and Sunday ‘{rnee 
Wednesday 


Mai concern sdver epe 


forences rea red Write’ Box M- 732 
ut 


Pe ' 
go SALESMEN Under 36. with car 


salary * 


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” SALESMEN | (ngtee only Agel: > 
| West highway. Sliver ork 
Ladies’ Shoes | 
Earn 
$5000-—$6000 
Working 
5-Day—40-Hour Week 
Dis 


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STOREWIDE OUNT 
RETIR 


These are permanent positions for 
men experienced in selling fine 
shores 


ae ee 


New Yore C 
SALTSMEN. PART ° TIME Por 
© eveniag sais wore 


Employment Office ite 
perience nece a: ’ Hours 
) : ~ 


Apply 
THE HECHT CO. 


WASHINGTON 
ry at Th NW 
SILVE ' 


RING 
___ Penton Bt. and Biulsworth Dr 


SALES 


CAREER 
SALESMEN 
WANTED FOR 


EXCEPTIONAL 
OPPORTUNITY 


One of 
ful food 
eanizaziions in 
’ porarene. 
stall and 
eaics and } 
minded men ‘imam edist ely 
You wil ose the acs 
now bering produced vy evr 
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throueh 


SALESMEN 


EX7ERIZNCED I aru 
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Wash ngten Tu onda y Pend 
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the count 
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| Windew « ye a an intenance 
heim? - §- 1268 Fees 


Associated Employment | 


roun and experience ‘ 
petter Box M-146 Post-TH 


bt: - SALERWEN, Fo 
‘'tme. with car and ~h. i. 
a train. Mr. Delle. ST. 53-3520 or 
JO. 93-0649 


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ENGINEERS-SCIENTISTS E 
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS | 
Requiring Advanced Skills in 
Science and Engineering 


PHYSICAL SCIENTISTS 
MATHEMATICS OR CHEMICA! POSER EC 
ih. RE IN EMATIC® 
: AT , TRAN NaPER D AL 
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IN PHYSICS OR MECHANICAL 
‘PORETICAL Beat KGROUND IN 

Basic Pity SICS. ELECTRONICS ae 

or EXPERIM TAL 


APPARATUS 
GUN DEVELOPMEN NT 


BS. to Ph.D. 2 to 6 years experience. Familiar with 
polyurethanes, epoxys, plastisols and other polymers 
for laboratory studies of propellant formulations, 
bonding and plotting techniques. 


MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 


BS. or MS. in mechanical engineering, 4 te 6 years 
experience. Design experience in chemical process 
equipment, pressure vessels, or stress analysis, and 
familiar with high-performance, close-tolerance de- 
sign techniques, for rocket metal parts design. 


CHEMICAL ENGINEERS 


Staff Engineer: BS. or M.S. in chemical engineering 
or chemistry, 3 to 5 years experience. New project 
design, good technical writing ability; 
grasp of cost and feasibility of research and develop- 
ment projects. 


B in chemical engineering with up to 2 years ex- 
perience. To assist superintendent of field experimen- 
tal plant containing solid propellant-rocket and other 
ordnance development facilities. 


estimation 


. 
J 


Please send detailed resume of experience, education, 
professional references, arid salary requirements, 


Atlantic Research Corp. — 
901 NORTH COLUMBUS STREET 
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA 
King 9-7500, Ext. 108 


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on 


FOODS 
6219 Ira Bt. NW TU. 2-2920 
~ SALESMEN 


Tosser offers the best preo- 


a2 
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Sloan 


6-0445 


Mr 
L| 


This is & permanent full-time pe- | 
sttien backea Up oF S&m excellent) 


ropes ation. Call Mr. Repineon. EX. | 


SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. 


Desires 3 High Cal bre Men 
to sell our Nationally famous appliances. 


These are permanent positions with many fine company benef: ts 


including peid vacations, insurance, hospitalization and profit 


sharing . . . to mention a few. 


Qualified men, under 45 years of age, who have a car and 


expect excellent earnings in the imside-outside sales division 


/ 


Personal interviews are being held at 
“Sears Roebuck and Company 


4500 Wisconsin Avenue N.W. 


Unusual Career. Field 
Open 


For Young Men 


SYSTEMS WORK WITH 
Data Processing Machines 


REQUIREMENTS 
Business systems knowledge 
or 
Experience in writing instructions for 
operation of electronic computing machines 
INTERVIEWS DAILY 

3 8:30 TO 5:15- 
ROOM 331 1220 19th St.N.W. RE. 7-3705 


INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORP. 


c na ——— 7 
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SALESMEN —$7000 


) , Po ae ret 


WASHINGTON STORE 


and methods desired 


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ERCO DIVISIO 

ACF DIVISION, 

RIVERSDALE. MARYLAN 
WArfield 7-4444 


policies assure 


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APPLICATION AND 
DESIGN 


WASHINGTON 
INTERVIEWS 
MARCH 1, 2 & 3 


For interview, 
phone Mr. David Trete at 
EX ecuti 3-5888 week- 


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PROFESSIONAL 
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EXPAND ING 3,8 large citles. from 


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yrs services of 4 
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chandising 


TRANS WORLD AIRLINES 


COPILOTS 


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Pemanent posi- 
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Ann PAr. Mo 


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SALES MANAGER 


NITURE C 


Sorsemat growth This manage mer 
Opportuniiy wil, give free relgn 
| @ man to demonstrate his leader. | . ~ 
ship ability for systematic. order- White, 18 to 25, col- 
_ or high school 
perm. position 


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SHOE SALESMEN EMPLOYS BENEFITS 
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NEW YORK AVE. NW 
NA. 86-4181 


| L. E. MASSEY SHOE 


606 13th ST. NW 


OPPORTUNITY 


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JOSEPH De 


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YOUNG 306 FF at 


SILK SCREEN 


GENER st st by - exp. 
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shopping center 


Exp. printe needed te work in licatl 
modern 
vacation 


no phone ca! 


Chas G. Stott & Co. | 


‘un. college men | 


. nenerend | Apply 
To take | lehir 
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PROCESS PRINTERS ae | 3 seated, ean, He 


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YOUNG MEN 


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misty while in PW 


Apo! yr Loe Cope. Lee 
raday. March | 
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wri Employment, 
ards. noad Kansas City, 
| WANTED — ENE SETIC EXPERT 
ENCED SAL ES REPRES F 
On part-time basis to represent é«- 


tablished decalcomania manufac- 
industria! c- 


lull ortais 
we = + We 


“PART TIME 
6-9:30 P. M. 


° nea! -appear: ne young men 
oo relations 
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or apply 


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de- | Mid le: -aged. semi-retir 
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receiving clerk: 
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in person art Pane Pin. 
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big profits ) sizable 


STENOG. mm YOu! ® 63 m ' 
office ec! oe. Bee Miss 

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8-2340 


SURVEYOR’S HELPER 


podman wanted for steady work! 
large subdivision Experience; coun's deta 
Ppiy_at 13224 Georgia ave.) meri Stat 

Sibver Be Greenwood Knows. Inc’ Butaico 


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RB Hertel] 
16-NP » 4 


= = info. 


7 SALES REPRESENTATIVE 
| Experience corrosion water 
Bae by a A supeline. 


RNA CORPORATION 
GARWOOD, N. J. 


~ WORK 4 NIGHTS ~ 
MAKE $49.50 


—— 


ton. 


For Chain Store Work in 
Nearby Virginia Area 


EXPERIENCED 


MEATCUTTERS 


Pleasant Work in Modern Stores 
~— S-day, 40-hour week. 
AFL union wages. 
Paid holidays 
Sick pay plan 
Permanent work with opportunity 
for advancement 


Apply 8:30 to 4:30 Daily Except Saturday 


FOOD. FAIR 
Super Markets 


2060 West Virginia Ave. N.E. 


College students and 
white eae necessary 
nd Tues 


an n 
3333 Conn. Ave 


Per Eve. 
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ES & INDUSTRIAL OFFICE 
FOURTH FLOOR 


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HELP, WOMEN 16 [THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, Februery 26, 1956 D5 


‘CLERK-TYPIST | Hite, Women 6 
FOOD SERVICE 381,000 


Py i eee Matriad ge a STARTING ra . Y ‘ SUPERVISOR Daily 
——- = . . * ee vt "= Natt: Birds ie a] A NEW OFFICE! . iy aa, TANTIA MD OUR Wit Circulation 
ew IN : ; : bys beens a1 ; NT ty for career in food 

7 4 ced 


or 

uto atety Belts. We aive you) Men's and Boy's Underw les- knoe + + cere F uw 

to start ou man to cover Philadelphia “ se ive ati y , . 

ate FU F STU more and Washington. ia. x see aint. W, ; . exp. : Jeots : *) : home , | means quicker sales results 
: sti tion - 4 : nh sanita- | 


“auick\ * ai p Wk ‘ ’ 
kh bet = aw "Madison. wo me ufacturer seek man en bop oe v0 + - «Ree — A. . oo : rin oR . THOM > ee pare large commer-| for Washington Post and 


; no 
atesntey to sales | # area. Drawin lerks ’ “s : , 
S FIND . some t - . ones : ae .> , in ¢ ; 
* CHER coat atainst, gammission ayate } 4 mF b . ——,".. ress ODT. to STENCS (2 L (2 ). good ail around of- government Times Herald classified ad- 
this ad on te some| #t-—Address Box M-133, Post-7H. pe Se ass > i. oth St. NW. curity clearance. Work in Penta. B. F. SAUL CO. aoe Pa, pam Ace’ 21| vertisers. To place your ed 
Please pass r ont + ty : HO. 2- gon. Age to 38. To $4000. | oy * 


Annette D Tatelman Ch., Ari, ete PL. 4-9008;| CLE -TYPISTS (3). Girl Fridays. | GOVERNMENT SERVICES Inc 


) 80 
: ra . or curren ur ciear- | 
ing COOK RESEARCH Reso We Mb Poth ett. 0 Bi dbn mand Bie. bode ghd Bunday, Fi. 4-7999. Recen a gfizrent security cle eat M paattione Will ES 1135 Zist St. NW. Phone 


1017 K ST. NW. ST. 3-6650 ene ay week. Anaus and sjok eave , © train for position with ex4 
LABORATORIES Secrevaties yee : tes} ADMIN. SECY.—$325 | filed see"thse" ereantzation in next) Ferdi a | ‘eatent ooperenit geartment of REpublic 7-1234 
TT fi 


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want should have good reeord and 
loor LIFE large Arlington real estate firm 


sort auceutave aeility_ We may use Bae fire fa OF 000-538) Te rexional eile mar: Ravld 04 O T  AiakSe age is 
j " e* v ortnan an yeing require 

: - ~ , | 4 = PERA ORS | OTHER ITIONS pg ae Bala open in Mi Lane HELP, WOMEN db 

: e the | OFFER " ACCT., ADMINISTRA | geez See pets mei GSE, CUOTERS. |. ' o| Sarg apen "7-9200,9 11» HELP, WOMEN ! 


work, Call Sunday 
By 9 092 between 12 noon 


tien ine . 
“ime pyaiiable. He | ABILITY. $3 ‘> Dublie rel. Pe | LANGLEY PARK STORE| emcts ne ‘itiort- end | Grmis 
srite in confidence, | SATISFYING ASHIER, retail ......... ste ss a Excellent opportunity ei iin y. jie al ‘CLERK-TYPISTS CAREER POSITIONS | 
ae : so semereaedl ; ied “TY senna . + NI eet ae 13 rer ep comnings. a oa . re SECRETARIES Genderetie Interna tiona)-— | MATH 


‘ ae - “TYPIST Terie? S 8. 
iy YOURE jpieraed in marine) CAREERS IN he, Bane 22 Be 9 oa pat $-Day—40-Hour Week | | no neotsrnarion en | _ STENOGRAPHERS SeesSrats “shee pent | ASSISTANTS 


spew » = ne. see the endreds & 9 arr bs 
Bajermen s one ; , h. us . contractor A | Interview hours: Monday-Friday, | CLERKS 
AZINE 7. me for your THE FIELD OF , is 3 ‘ typist. ‘Re _ 86d-57 L b / 536 6. mi Dp. m or2 o. m- Y legislative : ay : 
route selling now. OPPORTURT- . x5. ‘Degitl ote. 309 Statistician 31-28"... ‘a S28 g soe BECYS reser nO exD.. : igh school | TEC NIC | 
x Ww ne. b&b 8 » Tease e* > ‘ : 

i Biss RESEARCH RO. ne, Cen. mi '° 83308 | ‘at a re “4 BEAUTY SALON| Elizabeth Pinkston | Seiya iss) ERMAN toe | = A 
| firroughs, Gaiciiator, 4... $33 /Langley Park, Maryland men nn Be feet e ces | AIDES 
THE MAN WHO Copt Meccarsh  Laberatorice seciatins ae EXPERIENCED es See oe NA. 8.9800 pi? re a18 oy tS : 

whe fel 4 : a A { I ER ; 
KNEW THERE WAS) deve ent far gneigeers, and MATTEO . Fesearch type. ea OREERS — Toe General office (white); must be me a eee evening. en ne marlinge Beverage Frys 


A BETTER JOB Gad junior levels. EMFLOTMENT SERVICE Cix typist. acts. ¢ bi: * peas bas » "bach Baltimore bive - Sst | Secreta “Ilse of ures; come typ- eth + MEET) ver ssitoreeption shout om 
a ; ' iO 
Coox Research, maintains one SUITE 916 . ! kt ‘(a SPOes: 350 ; CL ; like figures £50 up| ment, see Miss hi "iain, Work experience desirable, 
of he ‘. t re Speciali in — information Sete 28, PT . ? $50-s60 “ nw Aa day Hm . Mon- 
a ever Fpesiene hs ar 4 Sevelona nt ind = | J % | ‘aus 2 i, Y. =a Permanent itien. Bonus and) & TYPs ba” Penta 3400 | neta eee rs a ‘Tae een wd 
a Ao, n who are national} / ‘ ors, ; , —_— | cellent pay, yw re- 
id something sdout it in their respective fields. ACCOUNTS FE trainee. 17-29. | r. ~% ~ meena ith and CLERks ¢ ais #308! HOME ECONOMICS | tirement and insurance plan, 
° . ona —_ ' : A : . : 
fe. Cees, At Cook Research, employees PAYABLE CLERK Recept., PBX, dept, y —4 4 wll - ) vw Gane oe Cras, GRADUATE | vacation and sick leave bene- 
sprapatetins | | = + Sal agom Youor' n-40, 0-8 CLERKS SEE MISS ha, | | 


a4 in the publish- 
ALP 4p eared 3 . p e- fits. Age up to 50, U. S, cist 
32 Beull t n Bids ry. 7-$782 


Starting salary ; 
7 l- 


now representing Seers! Earn- 


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ders “ noe and . = iate work zenship necessary 


. : ne att m : ’ 
for-thevwort they can confgeniy| Sz gal : ATLAS Agcy., RE. 7-57 fetes 
Gapeet te ‘cara & miniatam ef 168 fuly subsidised by the com- | WASHINIC TOR STORE _ 1490 BY. 9CY:, nw. Room 506 rg Che ty vist saat (Newspaper) | 358 Sais “aat wwoATH Major im tnatitat jonai menene: inp 
A 


: " "9 tat pan; : 
prove. the sky is the limit. $1000. Must be experienced oa t ECTION ment preferred. but will consider a "Heber 
meomes ate common, More, fompany prod yccmmercial” and APPLY ADMIN. SECY., $350 ‘ a Te Clerical popition im vromotion de. COLL C comparable exderience. Excelient| 9 A.M. TO 3 P. M. WEEKDAYS 
than a lew pay tax on a 5-figure aft. Min. shorthand: good ty Work - at for siert young woman| Por inside telephone work. Steady } —— 
~~ RY | militery aircraft Employment Office, 3d floor pete. | person f eutitalie ap- |-A404. 0. ¥. ave. rm. 435 RE i- i260 Fe Bei » By on sercel. ix- in Ou phases of ange-scale com-| THE JOHNS HOPKINS 
L b h’ ge interest- Best carhsce, Paes eeuineton | sellens | salary. Mans compeay) hours Monday thréueh Priday, 40- | UNIVERSITY 

ans urg S + BOOKKEEPER | snow) ledge ei wos is fo aduot | | arvins Credit oo., 734 Tth Bt. pour A+ —— benefits. Ace 
| together an ity to & - 
Shhd., $3300 | to varied ‘clerical duties Pive-das Gay.| Ww. 43-40 APPLIED PHYSICS 


THE LABORATORY 
20% | tion ’ Brcelient ‘lary “Meay com-| 10m? -hour spews fned vacations COMPTOMETER OPR. | covernnmewrr SERVICES IN LABORATORY 
hea os NW 


ACTIVITIES ARE 7th, 8th & E Sts. NW, 
Ns off! ce | 
s orthand 80% organi- ore wachtiog. ASE! fi. ‘Anoly Personne). ace bene - n> aagiyh—— 


WORLD-WIDE  ACCT'G. ‘CLERKS Rice nest and en: duties. | nips was RYIN'S CREDIT Sam tic. m "| Knowledge of typing. c r HOSTESS ; 8621 GEORGIA A 


w -mo. vacatio 

4 7 scary ee eee mor pest Ne Sha. $3600) . The Washington Post pleasant work Call j1, 6-0657| Selasy, commensureto with experi: | porcelains 
must haves cat. The Research Division offers | SBCy. Mer, .. 60 haves hil 1 n, ave | BGOK —— $130 WK. and Times Heral u Ps time Monday for, lie. hospital and med eal ins | JU. 9-7700 
ops ror n inte me pisos restate ‘tag. develops tat BEY seen ning 5 3800 SECY. TO EDITOR, $3 $325| Experien en ce me ston on Ks ISIS L seal we _appointment ‘for _jnterview ties farm fied. ais mee, s anc a ‘3 EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION 
ure to give you the full y of working conditions 8S ——— exp $3400 perery, pn 35-hr. week: new! LLOYDS avi SERV. —-——— Comptometer Operator } 9-500 ; ane 
career. Now eee Sears in 8 sel as IMMEDIATE OPENINGS STENO "Dist ‘ont. eooureia. OPEN Eni’ A ASST., $265 | A420 NY. Ave. BW. ST 3-2 TOP salarh init toe ee unite’ tn torte cbetn eel TOE. o> errence See on inter: "working aes he eae OD Learn by 
. . be pesaeat ot working cond) wo 4 eens | HOWARD JOHNSON’ S oul re ai su S70 wk i= i. 
a theta wanted for busy oti 


NO td.. elec type a jence 8 coll nd ts. tes yrs) Place all : 
ao RADAR STEKO ais oo OPEN me accept Some Enowi. BOOKKEEPER tet vad “ | , Cot. S Ns . 625 NW. Washington St. Alex. Va 2240 
MON. OR TUES. IR. BTENO. no exp. ea. ot, $238) Of adyer BAGCY CLI Eek CO ELLIOTT-PISHER | Virgin! . | RSE wai 
BET. 11 A.M. & 1 P.M.) COMMUNICATIONS | wo sonse ans. yes. ..2ane! EMBASS he. 86 rite On Pind STORE Exch. CLERK yaw esa aprtaent HOUSEWIVES pice prrserred. Good salary 
| AIRLINES REBV. “AGT 270| Solisse, some trving Knowl. of | 12 On CREDIT RUREAU POSITIONS a ie 
SEARS ROEBUCK | MICROWAVE HOSTESS, 28-38. 048 and meals) Current politicsl aaa) ae | AN LARY, §-DAy Age 20-30. white position in| a : PART TIME ations 
& CO. | TECHNIQUES DML. ARTIST. colles OPEN “TRAVEL CLK., $220 | 5. Heipial, "beginning 'ssiaty| ‘spd pood handwriting” Age | THURSDAYS-FRIDAYS 
ELE NE ) ex $240 ; tik <2 Dp ile cantaee an Oy | re t i. a: " : e - , ur x. . 
4500 Wiecorain Ave. | INFORMATION FOOD SERV. SUPYR.. Dietet- + . 3 perl hor ~~~ : a 
cs. MA) OPEN for real estate office; 5- tioned build: i DY There are simi positions ed-taxers av & ewer 2 er ospital. 
, THEORY as heen payroll exp. ose y | £ Prorkine conditions TEM .-| ao o ext 3. Personnel Divi- ay Ta ee 2 cock a tree oom a oe P ° Lr ane 3 >. m. 
“ae gg st -~ CIRCUIT DESIGN KEY PUNCH OPA. Puatwie ae eppear me typing — | NATIONAL a : women who te incon 
" - top| 62400] helpful. Under 38. Excel. nancial | TAL TECHNICIAN WErPERS | “"PoalOnwi “‘pepdkruene 
Be matteo | PULSE TECHNIQUES | THY se ne mrass| ACCT. CLK., $265 | Branch Store Clerk | GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY| Hin mmnamet mesa] THE WASHINGTON | OFFICE 
Peering We have a permanent positien ' fasten Pental Co fBog re a ue |POST &, TIMES HERALD ASSISTANT 


‘ x $2900; Must compose and trope own cor- 


repu 
M4 eee, , a Pe BANK TRAINED. HS. 18-23 seeee respondence. Will assist controiier.| one of our branch Steres iocated | 
° years’ proced ERV LERK- town | in Arlington. Va. Ability te make, DENTAL ASSISTANT . 1515 L STREET NW. 
ficuars, RW. Bisby =— . OS CLERK. GEN L 15-25 oy ss $45 "FYPIST CLK. $3600 | pinion, sewing | , --- a5, -,' CLERK WS. ered. 21-8 600 | | Reames news magazine, 
Uaio, 5. ¥ FIRE CONTROL post Eee . 19 «220 Eiee machine. 5 deys. wt. Pleas- | Preader of the Ariington aren. (N } COLUMBIA we | FERN EWES in your ur area, tele = and general 
Ss MEN — A Marshal COMP orn by 4 Md. Ne. $340! 8 vertime tion ge A “free tnearenc® Ao- ewspaper | rie * and Seferenecs 4 z= 
“ family-owned enterprise bas WEAPON SYSTEM CASHIER TR Bs .... $2400 BEGINNER ‘CUERK $220 py in person 1M Ce Rivkin Marketing Research a and transcripti 
al rt-time or full-time epen- S S Rerica! position available ia B claspt- / I “ “Po ie 4 pater 34629 riin le. 3 Penn —~ fi _ wom 
en unquestionable OPEN MONDAY KA £00 P Some typing. No exp.) led adverts devart Arlington st, Phils & Penna. | ing —~ 1 and many 
aust SYSTEMS COLUMBIA _| Savoteen nats Cr tet ELITE LAUNDRY | seqe'somen who are nett oul MEMES AGR | es Wie as company benefits 
, -OLU? SERVICE ‘FIELDS en Ex 0 | 2119 14th St. NW. fort hour. *. paid ce spereerieneed ie eear ine ey Func perator Call Di. 7-2900, E+ 26] 
MATHEMATICAL 1241 G St. Suite 226 ME. 8-2629| 723 Sheraton Bids. Thi 14th WW, ance bepetits. Anpiy 9 4 BETWEEN 9 AND 8 P. M. 
remens Key Punch eper 


edvancement. For Pisrviee an- ng Po Position available for experienced 
peintment call AP. 7-8406. YS! ‘ + ares | Sone ie enieg ee St84-! accounting or 
t ANALYSIS ‘POSITIONS, aN call | ADVERTISING ferred. p Sood salary Washington Post and ite pleasant. ts ar werk paid vacations. “sick “some typing Ag he ee psseand 
and 


we accept for trainings 


Mn each school district for speciel FOR WUMERICAL COMPUTATION 22 Wwe hints "other a rs Ti hosp} tallzattes. ora Tay (Dg itions ‘aad 
work of national importance. Pui ATTENTION. 0B SEEKERS | RESEARCH many © Doad : imes Herald t “Colun er 48 ag od sten ae © +a , Ficor. THe MODE 
4. A..~ - THERMODYNAMICS look ing for 8 | | 1515S L STREET, N.W. lor Women. | nd lh 7 
~ | ETA 
CASHIERS 


| The Washington Post 


us solve your »robiem We! 


DISTRICT 5 let sinenliiaeteertns ? 
28 ozen Pood Y ursentiy need qualified applicen CLERK. white. ent position 
on EE, ould ri- AEROD NAMICS bs various | elds . - ”| Market Research Dosartment of | vent WH 4 ~ * e- DICTAPH IONE | and Times Herald PAYROLL 


oe : cod war | 1515 L STREET, NW. 

AIRCRAFT bofial, | essocs,, ” invest: 1 S, WEE Boustice | digine room work: ges saetis. “tsiter 133} TRANSCRIBERS | CLERK 
Clatribatere im cp INSTRUMENTATION i FRIDAY, Wet. pone 2 ene 2g ta io —" | ae | ' — 

tal statue, remuneration e hie. | HOTEL STATLER Clerk-Stenographer 


pion: in Key inti Cinsinivs! 
Post- — Bou Ne. NUCLEAR PHYSICS wie Bl Call DI. rf 2900, Ext. 261) ith & K Sts OW : ee ‘ i a = ‘icegtion excel work iw HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES Previous experience in 
| MECHANICAL DESIGN? “e ‘xs ie - EXT... 261. | EME — FIVE —Kaowintes ES poe _ one Mr ~tbddle a ua ta”. a ee ee 
UNUSUAL TEST ENGINEERS ti bal Az) ” .ameon © Berman +4y. O42... im aewer € - , pening Government Employees 7° pers . rat ten stiaing auntie 
aii itaeaal ot 4 hE fant a By SP ow Design Insurance Company ay with reliabi eneert for advancement. Excel- 
Lz- D Ses 0 our! St os - ae Connecticut an “oy, | 4th end L 6. NW - ular | 
, | tent benefits; 
Read This Thoroughly COMPONENT AND a ospay ,inctractions. ation ~~ CLERK.TYPIST Piense Apply sth Bt. Entrance | pay” inc: _wempess and ee its; 
S Ertment Deneti ts. Ages 15-25 convervent suburban loca- 
bs al he cae ia apres ae St i | CASHIERS | ,_fo® BUSINESS oFFice | DICTAPHONE TYPIST [Call NA, 4.9900, Ext. 286 
ABR. gg F. work | | Sib the pub ane 16-28, 5-day) ) ee ’ 
a = An MR. pin cakes fe CALL Di. 7-9247 AIRLINE HOSTESSES WASHINGTON STORE | | eek, # Feeks vacation ven free tale ay So -Fae ee For Appointment 
IN WASHINGTON M enced Py a i We compe. nefits CABY of sood personalii iy rand fair 
2:26 TO 2.28 AT | ACCOUNTING CLERKS! start Now AT AGE 20 | in handing. many CLERK-TYPIST | pipttslad™* sins "tases Brn Feats carporsion, Mus 
EX. 3-5034 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE | and eating Go putts. VARIED DUTIES pe rots PR itl A tkbtest Bo You Ria ee, MELPAR, INC. 
ou ¢ now 7 nest, : We can pee ou! , 
re aenent or 3 somperiences | bene Besa hg Mac ag Bg beeps Emple ment Hice, 3d floor | NO BOREDOM OUARANTEED |ORY CLEANER INSPTR.| ; resentati Ou a. earns 35° ext a 
me. M. HALLIDAY opportunity with rertebie concern: | both ip the United States and) / | Youne lady needed for immediate ond reliable lady, steady job. good | ; A v4 
0 LL Manual - — machine ork RO) overseas if you com meet these! Lansburgh Ss oper ing t+. *nioy meeting and lent working conditi LUCKY YEAR! n 3000 Arlington Blvd. 
COOK RESEARCH ; cr 9 te 5 Guettiebtienn: ‘Wiis wed ‘onet> people. Typing nec- Kopi Central Cleaners, 323 Can iy cede nee nad are ind $20 | Pails Churen. Va 


ate. . 2° 7th, 8th & E Sts. NW. — Bala: ope oppor. 
LABORATORIES eine NA 4.9900 oie age wate: age 20-27: height 92° to! . | call or visit Mr in. EXECUTIVE SECRETARY ~ Ire saa sine Sed inc le 


8100 NW. Monticeile Ave. SS": wetght 100-136: attractive: | MAJon . P O45! Experienced, mature Permanen : r 
Skokie. iitnoss unmarried; eyesight 20-50 or bet-) CASHIER 5 and eve. Mt. Reinier ring fami uP oe marking ene ‘calor? anc & sts. ow. to plant entrance.) 
$265 ‘ter: training ot company expense | @siary | VN. €-Seee . vacation wi , ee 


; - ite expe- of Sf paveation | pay. Call OV 3-1 700 Satura 
s wevenon co fen’ | Home Mout Thimear, Maren | Wer bcshat ek sited Bex| — CLERK-TYPIST fh ———_— | Sx at anti" “| Personnel Clerk 


COOK ELECTRIC "honOns "Fake "| 9@ m to 8» m. Be phone calls furnished. also many elher| TOUPe indy te work ag reference F. O. CASHIER 
U. 3-704 “Gal| Sir-"Pilge Hen, Catients MARKET yitnepane 
COMPANY and 5 lie 1303 bet gounts a ot ssealer ea POSTING CLERKS RESEARCH 


wr Gates = : ™ ae ee. dibdeees me WORLD ees erate RD JOHNSON’ $ | ect hot Fn “ ; ome , Must have Knowledge of market 
Fiteering ‘sod "mapulecturtng pin & oe a 10 Rishatds Rosd HOWA —_ Apply ‘and research and know how 
1aeT. % | <.. Dr, Peace Crees 42+ Meso 


CLERK-TYPIST . i is spied tos to lsdvertising ss eeses 


“for right pe per- 
: ae aed ou young rise of ge at ; ; | fe. Se A Personnel Desertment 
COLORED AML RGTONAL ean lg ag Besa girs, sorority has’ position - Washington 3 al The iediakiin Post 
AIRFAX-FAL , educeted w ' 
$] 1,1 12.4] ret tp. “ ai 5| See our NE section | 7 HOTEL STATLER to'5h, who is free i ox Times Herald and Times Herald 
ay E--typ.. wn oo wi? ; ot vs : 15135 L STREET Nw. 15'S & STREET, N.W. 


eR a sfane Gracie opsstants| Siglie: Sa" wet” rr Fens eres tag ale at 
S ne on rr -\yD.. sm 
tie" snlgvettases gee: | [or scvamenmant ogg hip oore”| — Pe ne f . kc Be cat Pa ie gs ON Rar Lg 
ryvice! Why 


Buch fncome fs. ss - ings guaranteed. ; . “typ. Wash. ot _ te 1 en ges ene. é , or meso. not i auire? Ne 
oom. . eg 91 ut wer aa ~ { 7. night Joba. erapi=. od es" : 
= emp Sestness. . ae tye... 88781“ : (LIGHT TYPING) Bosition aS He ce ~ obligation invely > 620 28 
— WOMEN D. 3 mos 3 $0| Nurses. she Pilcian ¢ ote. 4 —_ Me sition SS CONWAY'S Bmp. Ser, 519 otn ww.| gna’ eae P<. Me. meathin = rt tah can ‘earn B80 
" Por ecirculstion , 


UNTIN L 1 . am. trp ) phsiotherapiat, white Pe partment of well faa =. ely 
fe | et ot te pe My 4 He) PnP, macmeerr | ie ulcihitt, "st exetes| SECRETARIES BOOKKEEPERS CLERICAL POSITI 
airfare "| ab Seas fomirg| ct. Salton... BA] ARGON Meola) SIR Mow seete crete] © STENOS.-RUSTY SHORTHAND SITIONS 

esr hoe: | Loewe GTN aes] RAT: oe A, eS oa aot Gears = =" CLERK-TYPISTS. RECEPTIONISTS 

_ keeot t ‘ | er. CALL Di. 2900, Ext a MANY OPENINGS FOR BEGINNERS 30 OPENINGS 


you are not afraid 
work 


a 


BETWEEN 9 AND 5 


a : of “ts . — 00 EGR Pee ll aiid ee dha Wick aera 
"LEEDS EMPL. “SERV. | Ssteal eS #/ JULIUS GARFINCKEL & CO. |as he eee = ee at macerated! In Both Typing and Non-Typing 


ACCOUNTANT, S90 WE | se acest, ky ik A mene iit 
| Exp. pttice supervisor, bookkeeper. nae HAS SALES OPENINGS rusty shorthand ary 4 
WORLD WIDE Mist otha iF EERVICE | 7398 wien niva. art gf ine IN THE sri ich Ropkemet ati BECAUSE 


oii _. Ale | 
wee 6 Oe BE. cuernas ee 1311 G@ St. WW. (Bet. 22 Years) 104 © “Tied Palls’ Cn > = ifs We are occupying 75,000 additional square feet of office 
ive READY-TO-WEAR PARTIAL LIST—5 DAYS—MANY OPENINGS vam 


, AOCTSA. eracs. exp not 
: Piet an! FB AND cons Br AND BuJOY A PELiciOUs CUP OF Witaite Cobras HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES 
a s fas ADVERTISING ACCESSORIES NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT SERVICE AGE 1728 
Beion ona fie DEPARTMENTS 1108 ‘16th St. N.W. at L i en 


Th Salesmen to a . and experienced gir! Cupernans and per 
Start Work emer, 10 SALES TRAINEE ; Temporary and Permanent og gira, ty permanency in @ pro- 


Our minimum unit of one (pon 2 . 
Batre (raining. ciassronm ony Career-Minded Young Women Positions Available GIRLS-YOUNG WOMEN REGULAR HOURS 
ins second werk {or by - FRIENDLY ASSOCIATES PAID VACATIONS 
CONVENIENT LOCATION PAID SICK LEAVE 


_—— 


ARE YOU | MAIN STORE February Job Quotas 


lope proepects and a fiture. Group FULL TIME—9:15 A.M. TO 5:50. PM. ' ft ' S.DAY WEEK 
Mona n i er it Sr interested in learning the fundamentals PART TIME—11 A.M. ‘TO 4 P.M. re Unfilt In 5 “4 4:30 

te ale! n as . or Mr , 
George Pills ; (tea 3 Several Desirable 


of advertising and merchandising? The ) 
| Washington Post and Times Herald has , SPRING VALLEY STORE Telephone Company We employ the kind of people you'll like to work with. Come 
COLLEGE-TRAINED | a planned training program in its Classi- PULL TIME ONLY Positions in to see us. 
MAN | fied telephone room for women interested 
‘ese ated CO nm 2 nitigahed ay soar field. do omg tl Immediate Liberal Employe Discount You M 
mahvals. dasires to aad positions with g opportunities for ou a uali 
ined ‘professional inse san advancement and many employee bene- NO NIGHT OPENINGS y Query 


28. ca 2 of dealin 
Rmpariatiyclens, Hoi rite, Tupi Depa. 7 S-DAY, 37¥4-HOUR WEEK Don’t Delay Your Visit 
Apply Personne! Office To Our | (NOT A GOVERNMENT AGENCY) 


APPLY PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT i. 
9AM. to 2 PM. : Ma STORE a Employment Office PLEASE APPLY 8 AM. TO 3 P.M. 


: on | 725 13th St. N.W. 
The Washington Post and Times Herald sila The 


1515 L St N.W, | | 
5 L Street SPRING VALLEY STORE Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. 


Government Employees 
Insurance Company 


14th AND L STS. N.W. 


Mass. Ave. at 49th St. N.W. 


7 


THE WASHECTO oot Os? ‘tnd yi ES 
D6 Sundey, February 26, 1996 


412,000 a 
Sunday 


UveaALD 4aP, WOMEN ~ :. 


busine sae : r 
Ls) 


MA 4, 


1S “HELP, WOME 


| 


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Secr sia! the | 
one of 1h 4 ns) ab “yy 
estate organizat 


clot 
A ery Askins 
Circulation | 


Alexanar 
ktsswomar Fx 
\'y Manager. Grete FF Sele, 72 
isconsin ave. Bethes 
means quicker salés results 
for Washington Post and 
fied ad- 
To place your ad 


Times Herald classi 


SCI NTist 
JUNIOR 


Phacmaceatios! Manufact urer 
r M or 
verti sers. 


Sunday 


Phone 


tor 


ROX M.-!72. POST 7 


REpublic SECRETARY 
HELP, WOMEN 16 + te 1" he a 
Continved From Preceefing Pace nitis 


PBX seria 


ed 


: ere 
rcnpoa 


7-1234 


Misct he exneren 


on large 
5-Day, 37" 2° 
Liberal Dis 
No op 


cw 


Week 


© Uf 


SEC YS pt 


count 


night er nos 


OPEN MON TILL 7:30 P.M 
38 | “W 3-01 
Please Apply 

Personne! Office 


Bth Floor 


JULIUS 
GARFINCKEL 
G& CO. 


14th NW. 


Typist insur 


SECRETARIES 


several fine onent 


F Street at 


PBX-TYPIST 


Orrice 


CO, 


EMPLOY Aer 
THE HECHT | 


ret at Th NW 


SPCRETARY 
| Ae — 


PERSONNE! 
INTERVIEWER 
SECRETARY 


CLERK-TYPISTS 


available in 


research 
for 


sriorns 


Vata ta | 


a 
Sp0rtuNn ty 


GOVERNMENT EMPLY 
INSURANCE CO 


14th and Sts rw 
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_entrance 


PUBLIC RELATIONS 
AIDE 


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omporwmn eve, 


acvancemen 


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7) 
—_ = 


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lacat at an) 


resident 
area =o ore- 


Permanent 
of this 
ferred. 


IN PERSOW 
THRU FRIDAY 
TO 4:00 P. & 


PLY 
Ay 
8.00 A. 


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ah gente Mis > “yte . Sect 
1t look 5-.¢ 
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Woodward & Lothro 


Personne! Department 


t/ Take Ce. 


@h Ficor Main Balidine 


= ESTATE salewones 


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mile. 7 


Hw FERN ST 
OFF vy ar BWY.) 
RLINOT On. VA 


mo 
FAL 


ARLINOTON BLVD. 
LS CHURCH. VA 


SECRETARIES 


RECEPTIONIST 
FOR PERSONNEL OFFICE 


a 
: excellen 


ay. Ber Re 


SECRETARY 


rienced Ae 
‘| 
M4. 


See ABBEY First 


an ex 


organ zarron 


MELPAR, INC. 


pperater and role 
apped’ prefer 
conditions ay ‘time only 


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— ee. 229 


-i2 . Mon tate 
nroin' ment 


hy 
TEACHERS —Wnite Now 
ee “$7000 or hi wy 
eachers Agency 


Silver Re ‘Bethesda fVicnbne— Write ~ 


| al studies. mat and riemen 
and NW. Washington tary grades, ADAMS . Tes 
2 y. 1341 O nw RE. 72-3938. 
L AC HER PINE TOR—Co -op purs- 
qa ares. Sept 
: 5 reply Rox M168 


palin Limore | 


Charles | 
“English 


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permanen| 


As: $SOC i: ated qm oyment 
A| Private Secy. $100 wk 


re 
: 


OPERAT OR 


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ca s DAILY 
acre - 


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SECRETARY 


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ERCO DIVISION 

ACF INDUSTRIES, INC 

RIVERDALE, MARYLAND 
dnl hh 


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Weeds rd &, sll op 


Personne! Department 


WV Artio 4 
ee P'aor Main Re s\14 ne 


SECRETARIES 
5-DAY, 35-HR. WEEK 


TELEPHONE 
SOLICITORS 


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LIVING 


or 


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IN MD 


EM. >. 3699 
SPCRETARY —Les 
Tears OF ace Tt 


RE. 7-353) 


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' calls An erlin Laundry 


a 
SHIRT wae OrERATOR 
Troeperity J- 


NATIONAL 
GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY 


8 


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2334 


11807 
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360 WK. 


expert. 


3 TYPIST. 
STENOGRAPHER | front” s°idete. 
5-DAY, 35-HR. WEEK | "snpir. Cotter 1 


Previous 


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‘ on 


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Rate woowe . 


exper 
ry enn? 


Tare 
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> 
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PEOPLES LIFE Ir 
Rm. 706. 


ad | = 
. WarlTeRrae 
. ' Bi Mex 
WAITRE 
1343 4 S 


WATER? 


STENOGRAPHER 


WOMAN 
DISTRICT MANAGER 


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re 


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beni 


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‘STENOGRAPHER © 


SECRETARY 


270.358 


Virginia. 
ee Cross 8 8! ae. 


hour’ meek 


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® “ oe acy fer tntereati 
Ds | 


ASSISTANT MANA 


GER 
aEF acvancement 
appointment 


SECRETARY 


WAVERLY TAYLOR 


CARILLON HOUSE 
2500 Wisconsin Ave 
FALESLADIES- We 

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JUNIOR 
1311 Oo SB 


Pub 
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Gu 
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or yiVvai r iva mcucts Wao BR 
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acien og da’ A er litera~-| 5 days mpar 
work et nent Call Mr 


SECY.—Exper 
rypin ovt. or 


$400 
Re 
todas 


wy ay : 


o ita 
t program 
4 complete data 


BOX M-i71 
——— : 


bere r " 
start 


POST.TH 


Call 


PERCONNEL SERVICE 


and 


Costess your 


net ons 
5-da 40-> 
working cone 


| BANK OF 


Conn. at K NW 


COMMERC E 


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STENOGRAPHER ar 


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5.48 
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STENOS-TYPISTS 


TEMPORARY 


YOu WANT. J T= 
Deri 


hour eanduct- 


i ARTY 
JOB [_— OF 
‘ : 
come to our offices Mon- 

m.. 1000 i1ith 


Me STARR «(OF m 4 


Wt Mi J ann G ow? for te ephone 
or * @Orc 


Pp me 
Apo’ y 1973 Ww \proad at Pails 
Cc th 


“KELLY GIRLS” 


wHo ar oo 


YOUNG LADY 


30, white, high school 
fe, type 45 to 5O wom 
eral off perma- 


NO. FEE 


FOR PF 
) WOrk OF O 


ce worr 
immediate onen- 


Apply Mrs 


«Co. 


RUSSELL KELL 
OFFICE SER 


REPRESENTED 8 


n 


ae 


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on Chas. G Ray 


FIELDS AGENCY 


ST. 3-5448 


: 

YOUN 
Poe ; 
im aire mail 
competent 
worthwhile 
ply 

‘an 


iob should ap 
8-1073. ADW 


723 SHERATON BLDG : 
71) 14TH ST NY¥ ro Bri MONT Hit LY far wear. 


for 


RECENT COLLEGE GRADUATES 


Internationa! 
reer opportunities 


Department as 
SYSTEMS REPRESENTATIVES 


Machines Corporation offers 


young 


Business Ca- 


for women in its Educational 


A Systems Representative will learn !BM's latest elec- 
tronic business equipment and with this specialized 
knowlege teach and work. with customers in solving 
record-keeping problems. 


Por information regardin~ interviews contact. 
Department of Education 


International Business 
Machines Corporation 


1220 19th St. N.W.—Room 331 
REpublic 7-3705, ‘ext. 338 


Se Me ee en 
~ 


ashion Frock: 

SFERDORAPSER . rachan : in in estmet t. canvass- 
comple , ; : ‘ ; . ce necessary Pash 

a 


Dep't ‘tw ~7939. Cinein- 


SECRETARI ES 


1—Immediate openings 


aati 


2—Excellent benefits 
3—Ideal working hours 
4——No parking problems 


5——Suburban Maryland, 3 
miles from D. C. line 


6—Large engineering research 
and manufacturimg organization 


ERCO DIVISION 


ACF INDUSTRIES, INC. 
: “Riverdale, Maryland WArfield 7-4444 


16 


cxiakd "With oe wihee 
faite careg yor ier. ell 
PHOTO-RECORD | 
SALES CLERKS | 


Fo, nearoy Md drug: stores; 

eee required: must be 
old fr 

its. “discount. 

re 


Cc . xp. WwW ; 
ITRESS. ex wht Lo 
OTHER VARIOUS JORS AVAIL. | 
MATURE WOMAN— Office clerk.. 
expr. using Pph.. now). typin 
bkkpinge or shorthand helpfu! Miss 

; 2th_ & G sts 


surance 
» JA 0430 Ext 


¥ 
Prt} or our. 
" cst . 
ied Ami. 


time. U7 
WOMEN—A Marshall 
vy owned on terprise has 
me or full tim dD Ne 
women of be Ao ona! mae 


¥. ~ ro 


in ome with @ definite pian | Se 
ivan sr yer, interview! his sonia) testing and evden 
7-8404 laborato Just 20 min: a Db re 

itr friends im AO Je 2.42800. between 9 and § 


rele: HONE SOLICITORS —Phoic 
studio ull of part time._| 
in on come 


‘U. S Empl. Service! HELP, DOMESTIC 18 


ILD care. CG... W ve in. small 
1724 F STREET, N.W  gabarban home. Poloma Md. 
NO FEES 


amall child working paren ta 
al 2 6, Sunday and eres, | 
CLERICAL AND SALES OFFICE 
FIFTH FLOOR 


annoin en 
: To s° — nove 
n ber hichest 


imma a poem 
49 


urs 


sterview cal 535-3425 "has 
: litan ies 
_ ie oy cou ALE Tan tor-< cheulleur and 
5-50 No selling. solic ’ guest house $55 wk 
acsing. Ability to meet shy rei AD. 23-8296 
le and obtain information. In- Gun To LIVE & _ General house- | 
terview 9 AM -4 PM. Monday ork: mu hay ret. JE _ 3-767 
Fetsi COOK. “hous eworker. 9 thru 
DO NOT TELEPHONE 6 dinner ys. 8354 carfare. 
LADIES Ex: “HANG $24 19th N 
NA 4-435) we 
Live in or out 


“ rkers for 
Mar and 
4) Ace 


fing or cj)n' 


a UNEMPLOYED Rs —— 
ni 0 


: u are 
Fmol ovemn and Counselor 
n® Re. 77-2828) ' 
aA VEL AGENCY needs attr. per- 
soneble assistan e director 4520 
or simulating perm. full-time po- fitork! iced COL WOMAN whe 
1¢ compining Uh-) will appre! ate a e000 Dome. to 
A pe eqgeriy-| pve is w. & child care. Must 
Typing re chy 14% en Mot bers works 
ana te . fter 9 Sat.. JU. 9- 
or WJ 5- "7087 matter. 6 p.m 
Tam('s wants woman to live 
ad board plus $60 per m 
4-255 


: 4. _ 
WHITE middle-aged lady. live in 
beht housework; care 2 bors 4 ana 
years, room beard and salary 
ATT 


a Oune white 


rer ny housework: sai-' 


WOWEN 5) urgentiy 

service employed co- 
‘ON representative 

earns £55 to 860 monthly during 

spare momen ,. Fe@22) 

HOME WORKERS—Assemble moc- 

r handbags. No machine 

necessary Crood 
Handicrafts 
Cail 


ena : 
Po ? TH 
LMPLOVED 
reeaca t* ‘ 
workers An , 
res OG. 


LO 
Wom AN. Col I. MW 
or Brent 


x... 
ort 

, middle are 
companion 


5 
ne 


Light 
Prt 
‘ > o 4 . 

PASCINATING 


af, 


S. Emo! Corvicels 


724 F STREET, N.W 
NO FEES 


“5? 


ghpe’ ¥ sf aft’ eT ; P 
OMAN fo take care 7, vear 


COLORED woman. sf 
’ : : ae 
ne > pat . « 


INDUSTRIAL OFFICE 0 


FOURTH FLOOR 


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SITUATIONS, MEN 


a’ 
enera) 


ernooen 


prec- 


an 6 


NOT TELEPHONE 
AN, L ‘OLORED—Be iman 
02 


PERMANENT Se 
POSITIONS bm ort ai "i's "ica 


or cleanin 13 of 
(FULL TIME) 


FOUNTAIN 
CLERKS 


PRAC. NURSE ey Hosp. & jocal 
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS 


Light nouse wore 
3-64 “GR 

ag Saperienaed 

Post-3 2. 

incergarten 


eacher aeaires 
sil) ac 


genera) clerk Pav 


os t other 
| MTUA TIONS, DOMESTIC 21 
ful} 


BETTER -class maids 
time 


COOKS. 
Women 
18 Years or Over 


“Peal IN n vee . 


Discount ortvileces and ether em- 
piove benefits. edvencement op- 
rtu e* 


=r ENC 
with 38:8 

got seeker 

with children "avall 

job drs family: 


4-001 
HOUSEKEEPER— White Fer one or 
° acu te. Free to treve! 7580 


‘eran 
7. : Bi 


Asoly at Our 
Peoples Drug Store 
New Downtown Employment 
Office 


an 


Tie Over ‘Bis 
PEOPLES 
DRUG STORE 


S208 A M to 4 P oe 
MONDAY THROUGH IDATY 
HO 


dependable colored 

wishes pos day wort 7 ‘ sr 
PLAIN cook! ne eanted by Ffxper 
voman Porm rly cooaed or jece 
Dc residents. only Li. 4- 
wou 

a ine 


. 


wow AX” 
eXPee. CLEAR. or 
Lt ~ ae 


we yd 


Col. 

ar w i. 
5 day maid, 
: 


worker 
Run Arcade 
a 
ehi lidren . 26a0 
eink Gee) res s ; W and child 
= > 


“ght house 


2-124 


i- 
_ See res ay . “work 
‘ 7 nhousewives 
" - S710 
“Wom an desires . x * laun - 
R F Re $28 
er ‘res 
or ert. 


: neea 
COL. 


Cress 


DOLLARS 
POUNDS ee a 
FRANCS ott 4 A a 


CLS nee 


> as 
Pui 


COU 7 ao . os 
COL. WOMAN desires . 40 
N Sit 


oy 4 a a 
a x 
| Blommtat scenes. Ho. 24sat, 


No Matter How YOU Sey ft 
our 


WAITRESSES 


AND 


CARHOPS 
MAKE MONEY! 


eereqnes by 
loyees tall §. 
605 


ROOMS, TORIES 

AMS ré or 

gentioman: pert spece and bus 
Cail } 


DON’T BE SATISFIED 
WITH LESS THAN 
$50-—$60 A WEEK 


he ose 7 OV, 35-1035 
2 baths 


itieman $8 me. I $-6572 
. _ me. bath: 
enman 


Positions open for 
S or 6-day week 
at many convenient locations 


= 


Pent 
gentire 
th 


Lady 


- 


fieer, ine 
Nicely fare 
a. TV. Con to 

li Gov't eeeneies. Retere: voy req 


ee Fig 


APPLY a Oh 
et any subdurban 


HOT SHOPPE 


Employment Office 
1341 G St. N.W 


“for 
r_mo 


or ge 
w-45 kitchen CAPTTOL 
plus ceco eo-7 
Truc wn ina pr! 
aun eres private 


WHITE lady 
help. to live 


¢ APITOI, 
; ’ 


UNUSUAL WOMAN 


special position = 

Age share beth : 
Applicant o | CORE Fos & “Bnet at 
to earn much «as 


Calli OT. 44-6963 Coan ae 
' 
COLORED... | cde? iviint 
A oa we pe C ONS. AVE 


ing priv is. 
Bt oN cime 


front 
town. 


eit. 


“TTR: 
A 


representatives 
ae for Waah'in 
+ et. organ 
wmrortunrity 's 
highe 
ew expan 


ion. Crreat~- 
n 


rar 
ion 


71-8034 


Bis 
,0 


pros RE 


ELP, MEN & WOMEN 
AGENT—ORGANIZATI 


rh 
bis onsy profits selling Raster ond or ‘Ts le — _ 
yday Greetin ards 43 pare A ath 
cseallamese” . mei 
; ni Pont Aa. One of finest homes 
; reeied waell-lo-wa 


and 


ne 


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i” 
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7 : 
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SOV TOWN 


raiaarmmsart Stan BOREL 


SALESMAN OR 


SALESWOMAN a 
TO EARN $1000 |sHtndioy’s: w. 


108 \—Desirable front 


: £6 
GIRARD Sea Nw Te—Kiteae 
le : ae rin sie near bath: “6 


s 


4 nih by representing in 

aren _ leading ethical. 

known school. Courses in 
iretnine. 07 ‘radio. pere-| 
commusicationists, 


aene 
ng girls an training he ae s for both 
men. W - 


a oriv) : 


eee 
at) 4-Vib . 
_ 1783 “Lge st udio 


a vig Meret 


* NW. 
awe 


an - 
LANIER "PL. 
tra 


4° o" an Empl 
< < toa on pap. Lane ite. eee te 5c 


an 


ab 
1A. :. 0147 


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ANNA PL 

ane ae > 
_ 

ri IN 


“Tooml. 
Ritchenettg, shower ‘an paths: rea- 


4- ist 
Yie0c- isis 
ever 


0. 5 
Apt ene 3 ims. for 

4 dhe a r Ci aged, are care, nae re 

ens tI” 
Ss 
“tnfapts_up. fenced -¥ ON 4-BeAt | ser. t doo 

= FULL time or day care for in! fant by CORP 4.9 
. ne 


Lic. JU 
Ag 


home. infants ~* Pract nurse at 


area Pensed. st oe 


we 
T- 

adie rm il ‘py ; 

08 or women. Kit 


“care 


aitn acl 4 


E34 ’ child 


bath. be 


priv. rm. new tridge 


: n h 
atl utils incl. $460 pe 
emt aah Ce a 
; t—WNic uro. | rm 
a “Daycare. fa om ants 'o 7 ae 0. eat 
jin on eT, e.. cheerfuls 
rn APTS. FURR. o TT ¥ Fi seca 


Ai? ot ! we mod CSN Se 


as 
bua. 


. nross ave 
rm ‘ & ‘path Ls seg “new 
> - in 


sgle. frt.; =e bus: kit © 
ont 9.6410 


J 
NDE (0b D st. NW. aa 
ter bedrm.. pvt. bath: nr. 


-f 
: ant wrt “hs 4. 
-Mas- APT. HUNTING Made Raey' Orne 
Walter ay fee so I show FREE. excel ~ 
| Jections! ait parts D. C. Save time!) 
, r Call MA AD. 4-3400 ' 


_ FURNISHED 
ST.—At Sth ne.; 


| an quiet Heats 
“Sti 


8 
Sick” P ict P h afd Cofumbta 
FY road. ern (ted 
“| rent includes all wt etl thes 


ency rm 
dent mer... in apt. 110. The cary 
Winst on Co. 1723 Conn. ave. C 


_ ue. 8 34 
access to liv : 


laundry rm ef 
r 


fic. ap’ 3 
suitable 1 edult 


Tike 


fiat roms, hotplate SLEXANDRIA—Eificencies wad 1 
n NW.—Gom ortaule 78 24 - } un 
in Th apt.; 


wW.. Bio; 
: prt. bath: ‘reas. rent _TA.9- 1272 
— if *. Cat Th S. SARYLAND “AVE 


x $8 
aT CC Refri etween [0 * m and ‘ > a , Conv 
a2. = © , ° > 
coLeMere: KD wd BL q 


ALEX —Del pel 
Sell service rm. & al 


[DON HOTEL-—31e Tath at 
at own case ie rates 


40? 
and bath. 875 mo. 6 
: ‘ : ~—-- nel LI 7-812. 
~ “ 4 hee wikeoURI AVE . 516—Nicely 
NM un! 5-7098. = : furn “ms or in pvt me. 
ALEX... 73 South wt as. 


NA a-9264 transp 
Y Rhop eine sy oF RA 
~'and_“unfurn Bens. 
- > e 
1440 


to MONROE a, NW... 1887—Basement 
44 


"Des t 
conv 


om. nee Bs 50 


pv 
ts oe i: aF.i TR icale 


h re b n 
‘ ath a 


Pent t agen 


entr.: conv 
576. Al 
ise - 


4 
Shouse wk 


th 7A 
me) ; 130. ent) —: h £9 
‘HAWTH ~ HOT L ALL On -_. ta. P : 7 et : es ry 
2134 G ST. NW. 7 ‘ ' 


Newly decorated. mod 


Rhode ay nw —ing!le. 


rms. 24. 


. $30 md. inet 
rately priced m™ UM, “Tn ne _ wee OTe r caetiaidiline 
e! Lsgahee. mad prt tr. ++ ; Ni WTON ‘Tt ‘ NW y 1*%6—J im 
_ Pr, -4027 . ud ’ : 
EMERY. GEORGIAN HOTEL 
1812 G ST. NW Pt) my 
Soecia’ weekly and monthiy rates » CAROLINA AVE 
~ h ~ hedrn 
iwP-7 , 
A & KAN SAS AVE. 
BEDRM 374 50 
; seat 
; heat 
janitor 


1a06 K at 
cok. —505 Eye at 
h 


om MOK WT 
COLORED . 
P* 


ny 


o mis earcttse BY ae rm 

Take che _ Ho. 4364 

‘ ne. Larse fri Bite at 1504 Park rd 

anAyNON & oe 724 14th 
ne 

RAINTER AVE Rite 


st. 


New! y Cecor. 


ai tchenet + ’ 


barm ‘ 
min. to Peni % 


iA. "8- 8644. 


onl vi wes 


dt MONT Lue 


bedrm . S104 


“MD.—I bedrm. 
ent. and bath. 
ine) telephone. 


Une 


$10 50 wk. 3 THiS 685. ; ™m, Kit. pvt 
rivilewes furn 
5 ~ front and middie 
pient fh. 


oe one es water 


fined man 
Home 


rooms *.. 


wash mech 
BOLLING’ PIELD area a - 
a as a ‘floor 
BOLLING FIELD AREA | 
q bn tone —$89 50 


Ae oe RECARATE REO PARE 
pen Lh $e or i | pie ew! ty a ed oorien - 
by wk, oF by the : 


oe anda Pere bu 
WAYNE rape tea Es APTS 
1% WAYNE PL sx 
oO DAILY | 
2-] wi 


BOLLING Ft FIELhD sntA— aos {Prange 
rm a rm 


couple only. reasonable, LU 
i Pa comb. bed -living. 
: m wt clean. middle-aged 


et vite ater 


bat » aad perth ail ut is. 
’ ' 


all brivis 1 week 
COL.—NE_ Basement 


e 


5 J 


. m ae 
TAROMA PR 
sep. entr. | 


and 
= : ig a 
$39. 50; ne aa ? rinauMa 
. ine il BOL LING ie “vie rik ane 

7. oF os ~“Teth—635 mo . exp.| semi-o 
aeee aie Gus loth & Pa ave. nw 30 9-4898 | Siorey 
es —atas + nv... “Sts. ‘. 


ROOMS UNFURNISHED "20 BOLLING: VIE 


Pros : cele - i bk: ell privis TU L 
6670. Can be seen or call up te) : de 8 
ia neon and D ’ 


coL.—! ht "aa 7 bat- 
rm. kit : LY. 4 =. 


separates snare 
. Bice rms... privis. Li 


677 


“Ripe 
us r : 
ae “welking dist a, to Bou 
thn ore 


©, 32-4270 


NE.. oat, Cap sf 
ass. P ™ ~ ) 
hee Wit Vie Lvs 3-5 3. ed 
, : m. apt us b 

A . Ae : email fam 
20x20. Bay windows end kitchen-| i} 
et ree 
ie 3 
r 


bea 
iat equi ip. 
a) 


"Hode- 
2-3070 or 


wo 
Capitol * ’. rm. bed 
alr t-cond 
i 6-4 
zane —- 


fms 
for 
LI 
| 


v 115 
iat Ro 
running water Baa «& . 
27110 R si ‘ 3 
Hampshire ave . 


in 
. 


rooms 

stor 

$50 
a 
555 


inel. 


Voi TH oe 
1A tw children, 6. 
horeham — few . COU Sey 


accpt. with care if ne R 
WW Newly decor sto ot! 
R rates 
Churchill] 
Sari, $10 


rm... range 


vt 
conv 


2 
; redecoraie s 
aiff — jp tee ac | COLE MBL ed vt 
eee tat aie Prete 
udio ilable. utille 
i nna i. . See Res Mer 
33 = »., 3 $00, eo BS 84%6—Sublet 6 mos. 
cole. oF ash Bidar” term. | 
D 7 w —" 14th! effic.. kit 2-6491 isTH 
rms 7 9- 
sum meet 


beth. Uul 
2 
in 


: hk wa ’ TU 

14g Buciie C4 1445 N eT. NW. 

outn eer 
sOxnet 


; bat Mur - phy 
shesntng aren 
45 


“OCC CREE” 


WR “Goel ro CR 
BEDRM —$1 2 
A, BEDRM. $175 
2411 20th St. NW. 


ing : 
nN gup.ex erficismey 
in geal _ a 

vale } m 
fr. aowty painted. a. brig . 


: s iene | rms 
lcely Turn. Will redec ies mo 


t recive 
2i-ip yi —_ bus 


re ts 
io ma at 
: tifu 
> iving Pf 
: 


urn. rm. and 
oupie. 


errr 9 
beih 
t Mon» 


a0e STONE” 


Laree, furnished 2-roem apar nt. 
on f 5 month: inciudes vilittee 
See . JONES in Detemen:. 


2-, 3-BEDRM. APTS. 
HOUSE TYPE 
Completely Furnished 
JEFFERSON VILLAGE 
34, ARL, BL yn. raises Chace 
JE. 2-5500 


NEW. MODERN 
ARDEN-TYPE APTS. 


AT 
GLASSMANOR 


reaopean yasrunss ARE: 
a 
Tone f, uedres oom 


+ rm... exce 


wiilitien, § 
‘ ” » at n . lst 
. Qbl. attr.rms.: 2 « 
$12 to 815 WK.: 
pie. CO . 5.2493 
1709 21 st st 
nw - A distinctive home for vouns 
le; elev. TV; reas. CO, 5-735 
RLY room with pri 
and meals, 
ys 


da ta 

MT. PLEA aR —Are you reread? 

Lovely home: exe. mesis. A -1503 

SILVER SPRING—Clean. comfort- 
th. shower: 

¥. neigh- 

“Protestant bome. JU. 5- 


pe 
people, 
velsenen. excel 


LI 
STBONT CIRCLE AREA 


1325 New Hampenh re AY Sy 
Charming let-floor apt.! cp 
adult $150 mosthiy 
and Sun . 

2 


nao c 


“x ug 
apis... each “a 
ir-cond , 


7m, a NW. —Woman's attractive’ cal 
¢ pales and doubies incl. D 


-bedrm 
people. 
> up ; 


dinette and ba 
d 
f ' bath; ree | 
35 DY. ion : 
23-acre estate 
y 


rooms, 


s 
delight fully coo Shopping 


ST. 
kitchen and "bath: 


I. 4- 87 
Cc 4-638 


wrtable 
winter, 
immer rina ot 
to transp. Ke t 809 


y Spacious ground 2! 
elle oan ote many Pree ark 
any - 
sii . w-Leerh, rae Thee 
for young ladies and 
oa Showers. Be |. board ‘ 
Bri fhe 


finthre : 
s x bouth Capitol at i 


i sgt R to 
£100 


) Ae CECA BEAKE 


4607 CONN. AVE new. 
bedrpom, weezy hae ished, avalle 
ar Enya so cia -s a 
day. wrk. 105-0188 
"Clifton Manor ‘Apts. 
e 


; cony. 
POL . pf 
ae yt , seahews . kit. prt 
’ APtsOr | uf 65 ay” 5 ois 
¥ cE 1J0N nF MAnss 
com 


Luxurious 2 bed p jete 
a, Juen ce Cailfornis ¥ ¥ NW. Ap' 


02. AD 
AIRFAX — 


ct EAN = COMPORT ABLE 
’ eTfic wr cs np 


aE com! . home 

ls; tel serv... TV 

to everything 
31-6543 


HARTNETT HALL 


‘ae to sae mo. 
NE Wi, Y, 
ni 

” hd abie. the 
with ditractive weekis Fetes 


bath: nr. trans 


e’ 


Good food; pleasant accom- 
ns and tots of social 
activities at low weekly poe 
*tc3 th. i : larse 
' . og eo sae a | i ‘es mn Ast 00 pee Cranes 
. ? Ao! arte snoop 
1425 2 | st ST. NW. LTOWN ont 33 Pr st st udio ia 362 
HU. 3-5432 ers Seene Soe Hae ll ted Ag 3 ne 
JE RGN a ceenasmninitinai rm. kit. bath. duplex Kit. and bats: ‘ 
"THE MANCH ESTER” a months. start Mareh yes a Bare 
1426 M 8ST. NW. , 
Ideal Downtown Location 
| 80 be mbit ully are ened 
new new 5 wit wer 


nicely served. evr 
our reasonable re 


Moc 3Tio 


/EORGE 
rm. kit... 


aera 
nih vnoer' "Kone nee ; ate 
es, 7” 


sade ake 


hire ave 
ly st-fir 1. 
utils. AUER- 
7-9501, TU. 


: - 
and New Ma 
ne 4 gi6 incls. st7. 
nus! < 
rivate vs and 
S320. i, ee oniineed on 


A 


28 a 8 UE BETO Ohm Or ee 8 ene 


er 


eT 


me : A 
GLASSMANOR- 


me gan ee of 
oe Jere 
CARILLON HOUSE | & 


2500 WISCONSIN AVE. NW. 
EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS 


NO LEASE REQUIRED 

Ultra Convenient begets 
au he (7 furnished rm 
din. area, sematio ; >. eeneny| ales 

ca detinitels” the be Desh, rales 
buses hossing ares. on direct bes 
Dp C.: wak tw 

~,s “available 
Beef Also Avail. 


HOTEL 2400 
An Address of Distinction 
2400 16th St. NW. 
BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED 
SPACIOUS APARTMENTS 


4 tee sens 
cay dally maid an Sintng 


cocktail |) = - arose of. 
joins hctel 


Call Mr. Harnett, Gen. Mor. 
CO. 5-7200 


THE BERKSHIRE 
4201 MASS. AVE. NW. 


Air-Conditioned 


Furnished Effic. available soon 
in this desirable bidg., $118. 


All Utilities Are 8 


NAGER 
Toe ars an TSN ra MA 


if ak 
AND NDA tro Noo #5 | 


“hh 6 SMITHY CO. 


Bh 1sth so. NW 


cozy efficiency apt es ot 
within 10) 
cn Bollic 


of 


n 
e 
center 


owe 
sropins 
eh i3 i “a. a 
«t : large rms... 4 deca. 
ist 8 treat 4) 3: sin hee janl- 
ge 


rit 
rm Me rivete Pry me 


mea #*20ts 


: ‘housekee aig an 


ligh 
vée- a. aw J 
-?m. ie WE and 
Bie ‘ a : ie wire 
1 


Cis mo. * pots ik | 
— rm 

ene? te 

° 

pose at cariine 1 lee oo A. h 

kit rate for i er 

Also re. & kit. eR, 

533 59th 2 NE,, Apt. | 2 

Sr. fa dine 


Hoge st 
ge et ie 
L_ se t_ 3-31.26 
“S127 


2 Bedrooms, $75.50 to $77.50 


ak 


‘tito ee: ones. AY bed- 
Gmeion Wa a ae. Gas 


now. rent ati Apr 


7. 7 
— 2-bedrm. ent. ist fi | tractive ¢ 
S30 tA 's- xed eo. it 


BELLE VIEW 


ON MT. VERNON BLVD. 
ap se 


Sreppng PREMISES 
down meee ence son Sam 
: paehialne 


ARLINGTON 


1250 N. QUINN ST. 
| Bdrm. . 


ay os 
iv sa 
ae 


Ma: gt ha 


RADNER a 
1515 N. 12th ST. 
1-BEDROOM APTS., $79.50 


wavenies’ to Fort Myer and D.C 
street: attractive ‘Noor pia 


1-BEDROOM APT. . $85 

2-BEDRM. APT, $95-$99 

3-BEDRM. APT. $112.50 
“i RLS BRE 


fice. 601 Belleview Pie 
h Pri. 9-9 


Sonaey Tacilit jes in basegnen 


noe S115 mo, 
we -,Westine- 


eT A._2-0580 

BOLLING FIELD AREA 

1 BEDROOM—$69 UP 
nites 


e and. |: 
3 Yinince "APTS. 


pent Cah 
ag 
iors wees oy 


in. 
daily noe 
Mt Vernon +4"%.3:/ Kennedy 81. 


Mitchen, tif ipejages sll all > i 
arenas bedrmns. Finest To- 
for ai 
ie ee ;- seca 
BE VA. 
4613 DUKE ST. 
SHIRLEY DUKE 
APARTMENTS 


FREE INFORMATION 
MAILED YOU TODAY 
CALL KI. 8-5100 


Inquire ebout the Att 
Furnished Apartment 


unt 
AYN 


7.105 
Lata a ' 
is. furn. 365. mo’ _WA. 7- 
BOLLING VIEW 
$69.50 
NCLUD ALL, UTI 
Be elteatatey Wiersee 


4 a 


L iLi— 307 ord se. 3 rms. 
A. 3-2637 


CL HILL 


At 618 North Careline A 
= : ind m 
an 


Single applicants accepted. 
1 Bedroom, $66.00 to $68.00 


at an 
other Ae Ray = 
4 $35 


s 
. Ave. | SFr ii. 1.2064 
na bath 


Pe 
sulliman kit.. 
attrac and e 
el Utila. ca 


L373  bedrms.. 


sie Cpr open 7 days each wk 
Le a Dp. 


Mon, th ; . m. te 
S lA 
I ROTA av 
.< i parm beaatl- ¢. 
bulldine with "all [pes 


includine 3 att ilit 
7 Minne-| 
35-4973. 


~ fire- 


Apt 
dinette. sischen and bat heat. 
hot water and relrigerator | pera, 


3138 N. 10TH ST. 


‘. 1 ™. 
all conven 
titties 
é . 
cmenee of 


see resident man 
~ th NW, ii EE. 


rms lige. rm. kit 
rans. nearby. Move in . 


ery ie 
Newly painted. modern 
. L. O96. "al 


oe ice. clev 
weekdars. 


Lau HEIGHTS 
3339 10th PL. SE. 
ONE BEDROOM, $75 
2? Bedrms., $89. 30, incl. Util. 


is 
| Corner apt. spacious closets, in- 
rinerator me my facilities: ‘arse 


ARLINGTON 


REAR IWO JIMA MEMORIAL 


One of the most convenient | 


tactitts os 


privileges are) 


churches, schoo! 


ranep Resident mer. APD 3. 
idney Z Mensh & Co. NA z- 6440) 


CONGRESS NGTS.—i bedrm 
pies Mod.. * Gooee. 5 
rs 


pts 
ant en 
aicin 
bidgs ; pr. 17th end P- 


ficiency apt 
i 8 at nw wo. 


ROSEMARY APTS. 


|| Reserve Your 1, 2 or 3 Bdrm. Apt. Now 
Immediate Occupancy 
(Furn. Apts. Also Avail.) 
Swimming and Wading Pools 
Picnic Tables Fenced Play Areas 
Bar-8-Q Pits Merry-go-round 


ALL INCLUDED IN RENTAL 
CALL JU. 8-1170 or JU. 8-4313 


1929 Bast-West Hichwar. Silver Spring. M4. 
WRITE OR PHONE FOR FREE BD y 


is and) 
20 


i2m ot. JA. 32-7151 


SHANNON & LUCHS 


14:h 8 NA. #-3945 


~-~-- 


mY 


180 NW 
All wtih ime 


kitchen bath and sarah: A. = 


furished. a gif or” we = 


cad 


rou. i iE gove 


Nw Or m.. bed- 
. Slee. he 
x 5. 


eveeks. 
Bice lece- 


eT el 

sss = 
rm... kit... newle dec. 

1. £37.50 every 


Fos eee 


re toa 


SOUTHERK BLDG. 


‘gee, 
kit comin? it women. 
til. incl. $70 Ears, 
Se 
with working 7, a hike for 
Man. to 


AT 


& CATHEDRAL AVES. 
youns men desire . maar tts = 
rm. oe phono 


ONS. Ba Sun.: “after 3 ays 
lovely —You m2 poclally ac: 
re 

ive and congenial gir 5- 


Reas 


saa: 
0. share 


-—_ > room 
ith enother woman 


peel. 

— io share aot. with 

5 conv. tfensp. LU 
2 a to 


api with 2 others: 
be & 


ah fat * nest Co- 


UDERT. ne Bieinwer 


2725 29TH ST. N.W. 

(J08T OFP CALVERT CT. AND CLEVELAND AVE) 
NEW LUXURY APTS. 
Completely Air-Conditioned 
With Individual Room Control 
APARTMENT PRESENTS 


GON ore You be 
tous 


pore NEWEST EXCI 
utmost IMAGINATIVE DERION 


yomns 
RENTALS 
from $140 


2 BEDROOMS from $220 


SEE RESIDENT MANAGER 
OPEN DAILY & SUN, 10-6 


CHARLES £. SMITH. AGENT 
605 15th ST. NW. 


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 $77.50 
Also* Furnished 2-Bedrm. Apts. 


Newly decorated, cross ventilation; ample closets, laundry, 
storage facilities and parquet floors. Play areas, near 
school, churches, shopping center end theater, 

OPEN DAILY ‘TIL 8 P.M. SUNDAY 10-5 


DE. 2-3202 


PARKWOOD APTS. 


Delightfully Located in Fairfax County, Va. 


NEAR LAKE BARCROFT 


5 miles to Washington, D. C. 
AIR-CONDITIONED 


LARGE ROOM AND KITCHENS: CHOICE OF TWO FLOOR PLANS 


Complete maintenance and janitor service. Reg- 
ular buses to Navy Annex, Pentagon and other 
Virginia localities. Express buses to 12th end 
Pa. Ave. N.W., via 4th St. and Memorial 
Bridges. Shopping center, schools and churches 


within walking distance. 
] BEDROOM .. ..$79.50-$85.50 
2 BEDROOMS .. .$89.50-$95.50 
- UTILITIES INCLUDED | 
Shown Daily 9 till 6; Sunday 10 till . 
APPLY AT OFFICE ON GLEW CARLYN DR. 


JACK HALL, Mgr., Phone JE. 2-1382 


ates = 


3 res mer on 


apts. 
bus 


ed dae ! 


im 
=i Redecorated. 1-bed 
bie. AP. 7-7418. 
rm apt 
proof cae. exci lec. tT) Adults 


Lee closets. New| 


kitchens. and no parking probiem . 
ose 06 


rden «a 
ge = 


pers 


FURTHER IN 
woe = Vig 
7812 District 


” (DUPONT Ci 


Larse apt. bidg.: 
¥ rm. 
with 


Altrac 


shower. 
EMBASSY 


THE WARWICK 
3051 IDAHO AVE., NW 
Lovely effic. apt. ler. 


secretaria! 


cooled halis: 


hes, good 
ae 3-610. 
PONT SE. —RBasement apt | 
wits private geceamoss Py im. 


cin.) dry a cony. transp. schools. 
4 
oe 
| 


edrooms | TEMPLE REALTY CO. 


Spbetle ten 


a wee mn 
m. cal % ~ 
atonter own—1 
hey pch 
wil. DY. 


37-9017. 


GOOD HOPE HILLS 


options APTS.! 


RMS. 
FURN. APTS., $81.50 Up) $ 


ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 


CALL RE. "5.8000 
FOR BROCHURE AND 


Also efficiency and 


or LU. 2-46 
MEMORIA 
over 


gen 


25 
$75.00 Up 


ts. 


Dt 
o —_—- 


toe, 
OFFICE 


rect 
to 


anit abe: 
a Branch Rd. 
ver Spring - 
ju. Bssae au JU. 73552 


FORMATION 
IGHTS APTS. 
Heights sg F 


RCLE AREA 


newly decor: 1 
kit. dinetie, bath 


SILVER | 8 
ts. , near new 


suited fetes 


kitchen 
chine 


SECTION 


VES.) 
bids: air 
service 
transportation 


elev 


uw vine. s hed 


fo anoter 4v, in 


sir. | 


y Fe Te , RN 


"rh. 4 
vt" Parking. . |; 11038 K St. NW 


ae att, r. note: 


: $100, 


‘SOUTH 
~—|MINN, AVE. 


sa 


all Pee and Sal 


and 


43 ! 


is. 
_ Ae. 4-6582, 


SE. APTS. 
1715 28TH PL. SE. 
12 8 


2765 NAYLOR RD. SE. 
1-42DRM.. 680 
3935 > ST. SE. 


—*67 50 
“an. freezer 
cinerators. —_ 


EX. 3-6002 


HEAST 
& 21st PL.! 


Vic NAYLOR RD & 30TH &T dl Available now and for future oc- 
pan 


‘BEDRML & 


UTILITIES 
-- i- yecreem 


ex 
bidgs with , 2 
Suitable only 
rea 


closets: co 
portation. shopping facilities 


Modern 3-bedrm 


aculte and children ever 


2900 30TH ST. 
LU 1- 


~ HYATTSVILLE, MD. _ 
4207 OGLETHORPE ST. 


nee DECORATED 
ts. avail. now in 


residentia area, 


Md. and 
Chapel 


E 
$79.50. . and 


UTILITIES 


Beutpped with modern kitchen and| 


AP. 7-8165 


"Res. Mor. 


M SMI 
Bll iSth NW 
KW 


oe 


260, Heath. w. LI. 4-1) 
NORTHEAST 
632 GIRARD 6ST. APT. 3-655 | te 


Living room. kitchen. dinette. pss 
creene rch; 


i: vacant 
with janitor 
AUL to 


NORTHEAST — 


1300 BLOCK 


To tnepect these 


l-bedrm. apts. with liv- 


925 


KrNS) plus util 
=|" OXON PARK, MD. — 


eo) 
} “Southern ave om oe 
-l' Sun 12- 


See 


8809 


‘s0 5-04613. 


apts @ 
attr neore La 
F adulis. < here 
or its. Concrete 
space 


3 ‘ 4 
; 
nesotea ave. LU. 


bedroom 


dinate. 
th. refria- 


a et i917 
i-d81. 


B. F. SAUL CO. 
>| 925 15th St. NW., NA. 8-2100 Fe a 


i, oe 
acl 
"30 


. inette. 
aot satiate fer $53.80. 


SE. APT. 1 
° : near Washington 
3300 bedroom. 875 mo. 
Ker in At 


® 
\ pone of U 
oe 


e218 
| _§ MINUTES 


| Delightful 
rated modern 


INCLUDED 


wrer nyt | 


room apt. Avail- 


cTIoO 
preenoprier 
1 Ls 


a“. 
to 


brier. 
Tits ‘A 5-7 
cond jon ; ise 
min st. ne. | 

925. Voth st. aw 


HIL 


UNIVERS 
Pho mite ur 


i7e2y" livin 


ia’ picture wine 
| 1. BEDRM. 


BRYANT ST. 
Stir Brady 3 


$3972 


isth ot. NW 


BROCHURE & 


r ments | 
a : | RENTAL Srrice 


park'n 
sony, trams 
ung APB av 
ren. Census and. 
if courte 


mea 
si98 


TAKOMA PARK—#3 


newly 


to next carats 
336 


a MANOR. =i) pears. 


kit 
at 


i2 Fiewe 
Ban: 
3 


ince ay 


~ 
ee org 
Na 0-540. | By 


HILLS, 


AOON 
oeco- 


apt., 21x15) 


“INCLUDING ALL 


"SE orl bale 2 CON 


Ns. Out A YY. 


pire 
= 


then rae 


UNIVERSITY 


LS 
SP 


“"yindows 


— ma 


ES 


Bit ia. ass. 3. BAR 


rm., dinette, 
porch. 


: 5218—2 bed- 
liv. tm... bath: adults 


t 

heat hot water er inel.; js large 1 bed. 
acreened 

Sith am ple 5 eleeste: clke “nies 2- 
rm ah avail See janitor or 
sf. lg , 1B tapes fore —y- 
Ts ate ip new Hm finest trans 
detion tor ho an- 


rms kit > 


athy 


and ven 
contact Mrs. 


SILARGE EFFICIENCIES FROM 690 


1868 
COLUMBIA RD. NW. 
MOST CONVENIENT LOCATION 

NEW 
Completely Air-Conditioned 


(‘SPACIOUS DRESSING ROOMS) 
1-Bedroor Apts., trom $115 


Reogtifalls 
— — 
ofeonte. 


sire, ttle e paths: . sundry te — 


aT, yygpors 


ens divin a 


AND CROPPUT P1 
avenue berween } R 


innesotea 
and C sts.) Medecorated apt 
rout end reer entrances. Key at 


lmost new: near bu 
1 rms. ; utils. incl. 
ave. (at Whee mn 


yy shops: 
Bouthern 


~8200 


ALORA 
‘Bio “Rrlorama. ys 
4 Pien st 


ch for only 
Meten fon, DU 
ma 29 
ae tot ae weioae Te 
a a undry an 
(78,55, me =e SS bt i 
sett AVE. 1125—In 
id¢ 2 rooms, “kit. bat 
rear dec.: adults only; 865: see 


MASS. AVE. NW. — 


1332—-2 bedrms, living rm.. dining 

t a newly decorated: 
S87. Also liv. rm. bath 
Walking distance o downtown. 
avail 


2 rms., lily 
modern’ kit. tile Lay : wall i 
ig repl,: entire ist 


Mert “ 


| Stn 


furn 
wy 


a "m oc Lm 
Gent eond 


Bs te Shaw. 1629 K st. 
ye NA 
“a ea Ken. 


ad 
utils 
aLpRfot™ “4 


f Mas 
ufhite Tecen | 
rm... ulin 


Fa. ' « 281 

a and bath: 

ca et ee  bedrm ; 

furn 

ge 

ior i ,, a it ag 3 hes) ma 
. rms 


m 


bedrm.. dinette 
reer poreh Heat 


Chseee. m0. 2 


os 
(Til ST 3. "pede, 
thro * $72.50 tncls all ut 

Ly ee Na. a JO An 


“Wr. 253 me. kit. bath. | 


ar 


“rm 
ished. | 


SeeEP ELE | dag 


3424 TULANE DRIVE 
HA. 2-7799 
“ apaMs MILL ED. 


nw. 
16th and —— umDia r4 to } 
r poine. Lee. entrance 


eo 


— 


ANT pewly | ATLANTIC = sz... 
2 bedrms..j i-bedrm 
a -y 


Glervile Rd | $70. incl. he ws 
WASHINGTON REAL 


in modern Nedaine 
oh — 5 - rs 


“> 
> Ss...” 


UNEXCELLED 


ReALTY. 


RIGGS’ PLAZA 


A 


in The Choice Rig 
8S. DAKOTA AVE. & GA 


SUPER DE LUXE GARDEN APTS. 


CLEVELAND HOUSE. seria ioe 


WALK-IN CLOGET 


| COLOR-STYLED KITCHENS 


PT. REPR 


il 
Ww FREEZER 


CHILDREN'S PLAYOROUNDS 

AIR CONDITIONING OUTLETS 

INCINERATOR OF ALL 
PLOORS 


1 BEDROOM APTS. FROM $ 79.50 
2 BEDROOM APTS. FROM $102.00 


RENT 
RENTING FOR 


NEW CAFRITZ DEVELOPMENT 
Park Ares 


SINGLE FARE @US 


Ss 
DRAFPTPROOP DOU 

HUNO WINDOWS 
OERATOR 


Tor 
EVERY 8 


SCHOOLS NEA 


INCLUDES GAS HEA 


IMMEDIATE AND “FUTURE “OCCUPANCY 


RENTAL OFFICE 5139 «TH ST 


NE 
Oven Sun 11 AM. © 6 PM. Moen. te Gat. 6 AM. te 6 PM. 


ee 


COMMUNITY OF APARTMENT HOMES 
WE HAVE A FRY DESIRABLE APARTMENTS 
AVAILABLE POR MARCH 


1 BEDRM. 
2 BEORM. 


SAtacent te Fort Myer. moments from the Pentagon end Navy 
rt 


nnex. ust & 
DIRECTIONS 
Bouleverd. turn 


one-half block to entrance 


Daily 


Saturday 
Sunday 


Apply Office, 701 No. Wayne St. 


LEE GARDENS 


APT, 
APT, 


All Utilities Included 


the hee of downtown 

Across. Lincoln Memorial 

right at RE to Claren 
ice 


minutes te 


m= a 


9 vi 7 
9 ‘wl 5 
1 ‘et 5 


Hours 


Arlington, Va. 
Rental Mor. JA. 5-6546 
Office JA, 5-6986 


WAY 8ST. HE 


KITCHEN EXHAUST FANS 
MASTER TY ANTENDA 


AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY Iv 
UILDING 


OFF-STREET PARKING AREAS 
EXCELLENT SO AND 


idee. follow Ari tagton 
Route 
jocated on circle at head of street 


LUXURY LIVING 
Air-Conditioned 
OAKTON APTS. 


BLE 


Washing'tca. 


37. thea 


30 
00 
00 


Real Value for Your Money 


) NOW RENTING 
11.BEDROOM APTS. 
'2.BEDROOM APTS. . 


$92 00. 
112.50 
3-BEDROOM APTS. 127.50 
INCLUDES EVERYTHING 
OPEN Dat ¥ Are UNDAY 
BR RE O 
RESIDENT MANAGER. . & 4303 | 
DIRECTIONS: Out New Hampshire, 
ve extended 1 mile past neler 
Bx st 1 block 
e on iett - 
Magazine Realty Co. 
WOODWARD BUILDING 
ME. 8-6055 


ok = 
right on 
c 


a carat, pt 7.9080 


room. 
‘4 


NEW 


AD 
| cupancy 
a.) 
(| bedrm 


2-BEDROOM APT. ..... $95) 
See Mrs, Murphy, Res. Met. 


1101 Bellevue Terrace . 
Larne iver apt.: ample 
isposal. unary. We: 


Silitics 2 paneled livine r 


ied 


re & as 724 14th. st. ow. 


1616 16th St. N.W. 4000 Livingston 4 S.E. 


CHALFONTE 
ry a 


atten de ly decorated. 


We Are Not New But 
Charming and Dignified 


Cireidlotion 


means quicker sales results 
for Washington Post and 
Times Herald classified ad- 
vertisers. To place your ad 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 
Arts. _UNPUENESD __ 3 


py 5 neravene > 
13120, 


WASHINGTON CIRCLE APTS, 
2430 PENN. AVE. NW. 
BFFIC., $79.50 to $91.50 


(Rentals Include tilities) 
Individually contro 4 hest snd 
4 conditioning, s serv: 

o, _pundry room: convenient te 
tran rtation. 


SEE MODERN SUBURBAN 


GLASSMANOR 


Office pe Pd st. (oft 400 
lock er a) Mon. =F 
lL. Bat 4 mt 


t 
a 7 
y, 
& 


LYON VILLAGE APTS. 


ye 


"VON eae 


Near ie pit batt 


7th and Hamlin Sts. NE. 
Liv. rm. bedrm., dim., modern kit. 


coms, $85 

Including Utilities 
ling Field and Neve! 
tion: newly decorated 
mmed. upancy; 
ster TV antenna. 
- a om 
bath: newly dec.: $65: couple or 
2 adults ¥ 4 ‘303 ahem «st 
ne. Cail RA 6-0330 


or 
ma 
tJ} 


and 
—- xit.. 


$64 Mo. (Utils. Allowance 
Gee Resident Manager, Apt. 203 


230 Allison St NW. 


ttrac bode apt. at $69.50. incl 
t. and hh immed. occupancy 


ROCK CREEK 
PARK 


THE DOREEN 
5930 14TH ST. NW. 


Laree epartmentse with loads of 
setae convenient te everything | 


2 BEDROOMS $109.50 


sme FR MANAGER. 


101 
|ALDON MANAGEMENT CORP 
8-S740. _—s Eves. TU. 9-7080 


}325 DELAFIELD os NW. 


vit re $74 3b tel he 


. eit ait 
h TP AY 
janitor 337 Deintieid | 


"CAFRITZ Di. 7-9080 


~ PRESIDENTIAL 
GARDENS 
IS BETTER 


mn TRANSPORTATION— Onis 


min 
entagon or Capito! Hill 
* OF car 
cious living 


— enou - = oat 


7 


ee complete. ‘sheo- 

jJacent. 
ES— Pub- 
vate. and parochia) schools § 
5 o 
denominations im this well- 
munity. Re, 
s unfurnished spart- 
oveliatie NOW o- ts from | 
nih. Short leases 


“PRESIDENTIAL 
GARDENS 


Vernon ave & Quseets ra 


term 


ut 


_ Prom 6:30 . m to Midnight_ 
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY — 
FREEWAY APTS. 
2514 K ST. NW. 
ree. "hae effic. apt. in large 


Laree 
coer b) . these te all osave- 
ces ang Gort. bid 


in each room 


ted corridors 
Siiceeenn, We Piet) 


——— = es 


EE ALDON 


~ 1708 W. VA. AVE. NE. 


sadness 
th we me. WO SSG 


spect see 
2916 7th st. ne. 


B. F. SAUL CO. 
928 15th St. NW. WA. 86-2100, 
1-BEDROOM—$69.50 


Includes 4)! ie ne eee 
tD st. « 
ecora 


innesote ave._a 
ept bufld- 
’ 


ie ae La 

eens" 

ARLINGTON. 
TOWERS 


DOWNTOWS | 
MIN 
LN 


fiona Bchoo)); 
— in - ar + tad 
in auiet 


———_ 


WASHINGTON HOUSE 
2120 16th St. N.W. 


1-Bedrm. Apt. $119 


Magnificent view sreriee in 
Air conditione4. Ne rae yy 
Within oun dolaas gf en 


ja Ditities petue 
DONNA LEE 


LGE. 1 and 2 BEDRMS. 


Ultra- rw entent 


schools. ‘salah 
Thompson 


Purn Shed aise 4 
jE. 3.8573 


Res. Mor., 
BEAUT. REDECORATED—NW, 
Hie ursanodara. well feel Pert 
view Apts.. at oe HAMIL 

, u 


a 
Wasi!) INGTON: 5 
TH AGON 
RUSH To R BUS 

living. 


a ae n 
loned. child ie 2 play pe 
-tn 


carauee floors 

ge windows. all- 

ie center, secreta 

ice, express Clevators. laun 

cilities. beautiful landscape. 

house and offices svailabie. 
EFFICIENCIES—$80-$92.50 
IMMED. OCCUP. AT $85 
1-BEDRM.—$102.50-$145 

IMMED, OCCUP. AT $112.50 
DAY AND EVENING 4 

INSPECTION 


JAckson esate 


LUXURY _ 


an luxurious 
. _* Log ae irony 9 ines ot mates, 
ore 
= MAN AGREE co, 
1450 i EX. 3-1811. 


2-bdath 
of PR: Conn 
or entertal 2 
E OUTSIDE EN 
marge Kit. with dis- 
a “Reauonably priced $225 
Mgr Elpe EM 
se cal tl SHAN NON , ‘Lochs 
L4t nS Ns A. 8-2 
is 


betrm kit 
ly a itor, 1438 Columb Rd 
a DINIE REALTY CO oTs 


THanc Mas Ph VA 
-~ 


4 CAPRITZ DEVELOPMENT 


AGER TERRACE 
Be AFP SHEOUE © 
LOWEST RENT IN AREA 


1 BEDRM.—$69.50 
2 BEDRMS.—$81 


ALL UTILITIES UWCLUDED 


Choice apts: school op 
et door. ciose te sho 
mer “ 2016 O¢ 

& » Mieh 

tura ert: or 4 ry 

Sve. right 


CLIFF GA\ GARDENS” 
ONLY $99.5 50 


4701 BRADLEY BLVD. 
BETHESDA’S FINEST 
DE LUXE MODERN APT, 


1-BEDRM.—From $92.50 
2-BEDRM.—From $112.50 


Bee Mar. 4740 Bredies Bivd. 
Aldon Management Corp 
NA &.-5740 Eves... OL 6-7626 


Act. 3. lie rm bedrm. din. kit 
a acreened- — 7 
. 550. Imn 


—s A, 


—- fs >-—— 


‘CAFRITZ, Di. 7-9080 


2 BEDROOMS—$50 


1617 ISHERWOOD ST. NE. APT. + 


sine iret © 


ere 1 


4 apt.. 
" ~ 


3673 BORKES PL. 
«ay 
late ist nee 


Jel orner 


— _ Vie. OLZEBS RD. AND LEE 


t i—Rent $61 immed. ec- 


og ® kit.. dining area. forer, 


Avail paren ist Apts. 104. 292, 
Newly decorated. 
rite or 

iv # 


Tks 
Sueht it 
-096 1 


conv. te everr~- 


34-2406 
,reneed let _ air 
rm "he 
mt , iaoae 


ing 
Sen! 


oo WO 


i 


BEAUTIFUL 
ROCK CREEK GARDENS 


in Montgomery County, Md., on the District Line 
and Near Rock Creek Park 
TRANSPORTATION 


eiemen Service to a!) deown- 
tary a im the de- town t~ by Capital 
uses 
fast local bus service. 


patna 
New modern 


velopment Fine high Transit 


echools in the immedi. 
nureery 
rem 


1-BEDROOM APTS 
2-BEDROOM APTS 


RENTS INCLUDE AL 
FURNISHED AND UNFURN 
le 


s are larse with amp 
wide lawn areas for 


CALL JU. 
Rental Office 
AT 8327 ORUBB RD. 


Room 
ehildren:; 


Directions: Out 14th at. to 


rd 
bey. w Oru 


MANAGING 


Eig & M 


ECONOMY 
SE 


2 BEDROOMS, $78.50 


CHILLUM HEIGHTS 


(Rent Includes All AR 


APARTMENTS 
(WEST HYATTSVILLE) 
% Mile to D. C. Line 


(Between Riggs and Queens Chapel Rds ) 


SCHOOL PROBLEMS? 


PUBLIC AND PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS 
NEWLY DECORATED APARTMENTS 
FURNISHED SAMPLE APARTMENT 


ABDJOIN THESE 


RENTAL OFFICE ON PREMISES 


1520 CHILLUM RD., HYATTSVILLE, MD. 
Phone WA. 7.3948, 


OPEN DAILY AND WEEKENDS ‘TIL 8 P.M. 


ae tare 


WA, 7-6745 


D. & out Michigan ave 
H. G. SMITHY COMPANY 


Rises td to Obit 


GREGORY 


SEAT PLEASANT, MD. 
| OFFICE CORNER OF GEORGE PALMER HWY. 


AND GR 


ALL UTILITIE 


SILVER SPRING. MD. 
OPEN SATURDAYS, WEEKDAYS, 9 ‘TIL 5 


and ‘oft te office: or, out Conn. ave. 
ub> rd. right te office 


1 BEDROOM, LIVING ROOM, 
KITCHEN AND BATH 


$66. 


2 BEDROOMS, LIVING ROOM, 
KITCHEN AND BATH 


$75 


COMPLETELY REDECORATED 
1 BLOCK TO PUBLIC SCHOOL 
BUS TRANSPORTATION AT YOUR DOOR 


RESIDENT MANAGER, 7016 GREIG ST. 
PHONE WA. 5-8122 


SHOPPING 


Com plete shopping 
center in the develop- 
ment. minutes ewar 
from major sheppin 
areas: churches of « 

tInationg nearby. 


Also 


L UTILITies 

HED APARTMENTS 

closet space; playground fer 
safe play 


5-4030 


on Premises 

Fast-West hwy. left © Grubb 
right to East-West 
AGENTS 

cheever 


—_— cet 


MINDED? 
E 


ESTATES 


EIG ST. 


50 


Up 
§ INCLUDED 


|MODERN NW.—$65 UP 
aa ¥. : 
> asa nae GARDENS 


l2 Bedrooms 


4619 Lee Hey 


Spa sean aawkan ~ 
apace 
f\crage 


SUCH FEATURES 
Laree, Al 


caving tmp , dedrm. elec xi 
en ette and bath: love 
rooms; cose 
stores, etc.; heat and 

219 UPSHUR 


oi 
SHIPLEY PARK 
On Lee xt sa iet Seott ot. | | “Bedrm., from $68! 50 
Bedroom -. , .$72.00 | 2- Bedrms., from $80.00 
$86.50 bare ensTiES 


By = 
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED —. 


_CALL MRS. ELVIN. JA. 2-4447_ 
Lee-Albemarle 
Apartments 


PARKGLEN 


1-Bedroom gg — SS. 50 
With 
2 Semcon Fats. pees}. 50 


awTr 
1-Bedroom Apt. —$75° 
at Bedroom Apt.—$95 

le laundry Spee siee: 

—, tes to shopping and bas Pent sen 

M. T. Broyhill & 

JA Pern 
Convenient to 

Naval Gun Factory 


CLOSE.-IN ‘or € * 


1659 W 
1 BEDROOM, $75-$77.50 
le closet 


and 
Avot 


| 


a... 
undry 
aT. 


Vie 
jiv, 


pale. ehh 


oe Me ee 


incinerator 
slevator bide. rear 
7580 


faciiities 
_W . 47218 


UNIVERSITY CITY APARTMENTS 


1 Bedroom ee oe toe 
2 Bedrooms .. . $82.00 
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 
STORES AND SHOPPING CENTER 
IN IMMEDIATE VICINITY 
Near Schools and Churches 
Convenient to University of Maryland 
CHILDREN WELCOME 
20 MINUTES TO CAMP MEADE BY CAR 
OFFICE and sample apt.: 2213 University Lane 


HE. 4-7070 
OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 


~ ANNOUNCING THE OPENING _ 


SHIRLEY PARK 
APARTMENTS 


SPACIOUS, DE LUXE GARDEN-TYPE 
APARTMENTS PRICED AT: 

ONE BEDROOM 

TWO BEDROOMS 

THREE BEDROOMS 


Includes Utilities Except oe 
a 


okey Ventilation. 
Room p, equote 
Oak Fico rin 
aster TV Antenna 
enetian Blin 
Wired for an Conditioning 
No More "hen 1 1% Flights 
of Stairs in Any Bulidin 


Sey nny Pty 


— 


ding 
EXCLUSIVE 
Bright, Efficient, oe Equipped 
Kitchen With Disposal and Refrigerator, 
Cabinets, Gas Range Exhaust 


FOR THE CHILDREN 


Fan. 


Y Sand Boxes 
. Blides and Swings 


x Poacea Pi proune 

roun 
safety styled ’ sae 
CONVENIENT TO 


School Bus Routes 
Shopping | Churches 
Only Two Miles From Pentagon 
Model Apartment Open Daily, 9 A.M. to 7 P.M. 
Resident Manager, Mrs. Dodson, on Premises 
1400 S. 28th St. OTis 4-767) 
Shirley Highway 


it on Glebe to'B. Mende Sirest, tafe to 261d" Bitvet. 


M. T. BROYHILL & SONS CORP. 
4624 LEE HIGHWAY JA. 4-1300 


Continued on Following Page 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HER’ ALD APTS, UNFURNISHED _ 36 


_D s Sunday, February 26, 1956 


412,000 
Sunday 
Circulation 


soection kis) >) a 


ym: tional Leo 


4607 CONN. AVE. NW. 
I-bedroom a 
_pancy.. Cali. 


Air-Conditioned 


means quicker, sales results 
for Washington Post 
Times Herald classified ad- 


Apartments 
and 


vertisers To place your ad 1930 COLUMBIA ROAD NW 
apt. 


Mer. CO 


| ftv bedrm 
Res 


Mrs 


Park Ellison 


1700 HARVARD 6T NW 


becrm 


rm. i- 
for Sunday Felker 


Phone 

REpublic 7-1234 
APTS., UNFURNISHED 36 
Se ee | Mrs. Meister, Res. Mer 
—_——_—_—— -- GELMAN GOMPANY 


Buckingham Ownership Hitce 1100 inverIMRET BLDC. 


CLAREMONT |. 2-BEDROOM | 


2733 S. Walter Reed Dr., Ari HOMES 


(Off King St.) JA. 2-5003 73 
Best Value $68-$ os 20 


2 B.R. APTS. | seated Hirose sen 
$89.50 


15 MIN Own 
Weekdays 9-8. Sat 


PORCE BASES Caner s | HYDRO- 
Buckingham 


313. N. Glebe Rd. Arlington 
JA. 2-5004 


AVAILABLE 
] Bedrm. Apts. 
$75 Up 


Liv rm $145 
rm 


i h. 
cioset 0 


Md 


AREAS LAUNDRY PAC iL 


Pa. ave se 
on ees a 


Out te Branc ~ 

? ent  ® co ole 

ook rental 
OPEN ‘Eves. 7 


suv) * 
Hil LCREST HEIGHTS A 
2806 Iverson 


wtie 6 « 
8- #5140 


Gracious living! | 


IN AN ATMOSPHERE 
FOUND ONLY AT 


The Woodner 


EFFICIENCIES 
& 2-BEDRM. APTS. 


AIR-CONDITIONED 
+ NOW AVAILABLE 


Beautiful todbties, emart 
shops dining room. cocktat) 
lounge. coffee shop. garage. 
Sun Bath f Dee 
a entering ente Rock 
k Park where you mey 
sun ‘bathe or 
Ll. Where ise can you 
enjoy such + park for your 


Weerdare >-8. Sa 5 


SOUTHERN 
HILLS 


HIGH LOCATION 
300 LIVINGSTON TERR. SE 


Bun ] 1-§ 


J-hbedrm 
cor arest able 
. close oft. street | 
1-fare cupress bus serv~-/ 
lose to schools churches | 


ong PicteNcres WITH FULL 


xD 
PRICE RANGE—$75 TO $92 | 
UTILITIES INCLUDED 


JO. 3-6797 


Widrich Courts 


4628 LIVINGSTON RD. SFE 
BEDROOM... $71. 50) 


acpupn DING OA ain MODERN | 


8 
OTH Pe } — SHOPS, 
Ace a CHUR 


3-45.34 2-4511 


t—, The Woodner 


3636 16TH ST. Ni 
HU. 35-5600. AD. 4-5587. HU. 3-4400 


|-BEDROOM—$74.50_ 
2-BEDROOMS—$79.50 


UTILITIES 


and apart. 


peecs us BA . 
for 


. Bundry 
secre- 
ter TV 


arage ret onto the park- 
’ pe ms drive 


hee mas 


was 
8 min- 


o! the mY within 
utes 
To Live at “The Woodner” 
ls to Enjoy Life 
RENTAT 


5S A i Tos 
and Sun 


OPrICE 
P 
oA. 


OPEN 
} DAIL 
Sat M.toeP MW 


A 
ooet, 
Bedrm ap 4 didg 
wit ? owl ichboard $92 50 
inci. wtils avail. Marcd Sr 


“CAFRITZ, Di. 7-9080. 


& carats EVELOPME 
the ae ng —_ 


ig MIN TO DOWNTOWN 


8 Blocks Pro Wovel Peseareh 
t ibs Pom ing Pela 


3% Large Rms., $72.50 
41 Large Rms., $84.50 


AND ANT INCL. 
PA KiNG 


a8 hase” 
Papitol si. 90, 9-080. 


LARGE GARDEN APTS. 
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 
3 bedrms.. $74.50 and $89 50 
ing #& schools one 


2828 


CONN. AVE. 
BRAND-NEW 


Alt. , 
LR-CONDITIONEL 
LUXURY APTS. 


PEATURING 
Individual ontrols 
Por Cooling sa eating 
Aato. Dish wasters and Disposals 
li Gu etrig. with Pre Top 
Eye-Leve! en apd Bullt-ia iene] 
Richio’ Carnstea Gera 
chiy Ca rridore 
Becretarial Switch hboard 
PARKING AVATLABLS 


Few Choice 1-Bedrm. Apts 
Available. 


RES. MOR. AT 


CAFRITZ 


__._.MANAGEMENT 
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 


with ) ‘ee 


i 


A. downtown 
. r 


re rd. 


Immediate Occupancy 


at ne. Newlr Gocerpted 
2-bedroom 4 

transportation Laundry facili 

resident manager, Pees 


szy BLDG 


APARTMENTS 


So.. Ma ve 2-bedrm ant 


om 

close ts 
Desi rable loc 
cluded in rent 
so i 


1-87 


Atirects 


ow rm. 


O731 Piney Branch Rdé.. oi 


Decorated 
Bayr-i> +B. Tile er 
Cross entiation ta Derr Apt. 
Bik bo Peon. Co Publis Spool 


: bath 
shopping 
Ali 
$9 2 ho per m9 

Brock. LV 


ONE 


AND 


TWO 


BEDROOM APTS. 


CONVENIENT BE LOCATION 
PRAxeroR Tic} RENT CLOSE TO 


3509 AMES ST. NE. 
Ast. 103. Newly decora’ed. Lir- 
tng room rm. kitchen and 
bath: hot ad and heat fur- 
nished Ppine center « 
Sansportation nearby 


RESIDENCE MANAGER 
ne 5 AMES ST. NE. 


Odi: wah Ae : 
en, 
oe Tevestanage Bids. Dt. 7-2002 


NOTHING FINER 


GREENWAY 


& CAPRITZ DEVELOPMENT 


DE LUXE 
1-BEDRM. APTS. FROM 


ne 


7% 


oto 5 BUN i] 


JO. ena 


AIR CONDITIONED 


CARILLON HOUSE | 


2 BEDRM. APTS. FROM 


$82 


img roo 
: k aster “antenna, ~ teundre 
acilities and @aras 


Your inspection Invited 


ore ¢ om MON Pye 
ao sy" APPOINTMENT 
= wo Seen | CALL EM. 2-8800 


Glen Manor Gardens 


3 BEDROOMS—1% BATHS 
$133.50 MONTH 


INCLUDES MEAT, HOT WATER AND GAs 
MOVE IN AT ONCE 


PIRST FLOOR: Lee tiv.-din. 
srean = With bdeantiful kit. 
breakfast ber, disposal, % 
bath 


3539 A 


Pree laundry fectitiies. private 
front and rear entrances, quiet 
home-like ym bee laree 

playgrounds, bus, 
echools, shopping rearby, ef- 
ficient janitor service. 


SECOND FLOOR: 3 ell ar- 
ranged bedrooms, huge silid- 
ing door closets afd sath 


See Mrs. Guy, 2512 Holman Ave 


Phone JU. 8-1297 


PAST SILVER SPRING TO FOREST GLEN RD. LEFT 


GEORGIA AVE. 


ON POREST GLEN TO HALE PL, RIGHT 1! BLOCK TO GLEN MANOBR. | 


| COLORED—13th St. NW. 


PRIVATE HOUSES 


OR 


DUPLEX APARTMENTS 


First Floor: Large Living Room, Dining Room & Kitchen. 
Second Floor; 2 or 3 Bedrooms and Bath. 
Each House Has Front and Back Yards, 
and Trash Removal, Gas, Water, 
Facilities and Repairs Provided Free. 


SCHOOLS AND SHOPPING CENTER ON SITE 
2 Bedrms:, $93—3 Bed from $109.50 


also few furnished apts. 
JEFFERSON VILLAGE 
1734 ARL. BLVD., FALLS CHURCH, VA. 
JE, 2-5500 Daily, 9 to 5; Sat, 9 to 1; Sun, 12 to 4 


Lawn Care, Gar- 
Heat, Laundry 


4 


COE er Naeem ALS DE EES EF Oa oes TO Ew 


APTS., UNFURNISHED _* 
room, 
ajaine alcove, dat wih eres. 
rH E CHESAPEAK E 
immediate occu- 
-1200. 


Gelmarc Towers 


6129, $0, 2 Bedrms., 


with dressing | 


AD. 4-3636 


2 
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2500 WISCONSIN AVE. NW.| 


In 
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928 16th St. 


6 


oe eee ae en ee 


| BELLEVUE 
GARDENS | 


1-FARE ZONE 
4688 NICHOLS AVE 


i) Bedrm., Unfurn. 

! Bedrm., Furn. 
(INCLUDING 

Efficiency, Furn 

Unfurn 

(PLU JS UTILITIBS) 


SW. 


$76.50 


Comoletely mecern 
epee: ous awn, 
djamond for children ‘ona a 


PHONE JO 12700 
Open Daily, 9 to 6 P.M. 
Sunday, } to 6 P.M 


~ 4805 4TH ST. NW, 


Sexe” DI. 7- 9080. 
DON’T MISS THIS! 
3320 1 ith PL. SE 


Lovely modern }-bedrm apt 
din, area. beautiful kit.. les. clo 
J immaculate new was 


d 
ave. 


prone Ne 
Apartments 


“en Chapel at Ch 
“i * ~ 7. spacious ap 
fa-lMarge ¢ 


um 
ey ,0o5e"s 
A “dinettes 


2 BEDR MS FROM - 


$83.50 


1 BEORM. FROM $75.50 
(‘UTILITIES INCLUDZD) 

Wr, 

Direct 


T¥o new 
tere at 
tance 
bus 


mocern 
your toor 

to school« 

6 downtown 


OPEN DATI 
SAT. AND SUN 


[NTAL OFFIC 
CHILLUM ROAD 
A 213 or AP. 7.09380 
PURNISHED SAMPL™ APT OP 
YOUR CONVENIENCE 


330] 


DIRECTIONS Out Mic 
ntinue on Qu ne 


rig) at ut 
HS Sy Center on Chi. 


H. G. SMITHY CO 
Sil 18th St. NW. sf. 3-3900 


WATER VIEWS 

SWIMMING POOL 

YACHT HARBOR 
BEAUTIFUL GROUNDS 


HUNTING 
TOWERS | 


ON MT. VERNON &8LVD. 
AT HUNTING Creek 
ALEXANDRIA 


$80-$95 


Efficiencies ... 
$1 aay 


1-Bedroom 


fect 


te ne = Bee 
A BS ae aa 
IN OTON 

FURN. PLAN poe Say 


MODEL APTS. 


9 TOS DAILY 
SS SLU 


-_- 


617 Cor Corcoran St. NE. 


GaneeSe 
rear of i703 Capitol 


"EAFRITZ DI. 7-9080 _ 


— eee 


WARM 
IN WINTE 


COOL 
IN SUMMER 


aod 1-bedraf. apts aval) 
1S; dest of Meimtenanc 
resh and garcase 


enc Bee 
pricadent on eromiece or cau 


| MODERN APARTMENT 
4912 NASH ST, NE 


? ROOMS. KITCHEN. BATH 
Rowly Gecorat 865 all utils 
Apt 
ewe? saves 
COLORED— VACANT 
English Basement Apt. 


122 D ST. SE. 
*si*eh, iadints 


-£O_ 8 | 


co. $-1988 


aiteh 

$52 ° 

LORS 
‘-* 


kit 


Pvt 


; d 
or 4 adults 


cokotip S110 in ee | 
of 


~ COLORED 


CLOSEST -IN 
NEW APARTMENTS 


1 SLK. TO BUS. NR. SHOPPING 
CENTER. IMMED OCCUPANCY 


1-BEDROOM—$70 MO. 


Hot 
CAREFUL Y_s gee? 
PERFORM. DEPOSIT REQUIRED 


BOULEVARD APTS. 


140 KER OR 


at and 


3423 Benning , 
COLORED— NORTHWEST 


1236 10th eT 
NEWLY DECORATED 


l-bedroom apartment with living 
room. dinette. modern kitehen and 
bath refrigerator. eas heat, clos 
in some ighborhoed. practically new 
bull 


——— 


ae 
nd 
rare) 


Inepect. see janitor at 


1 

Kingman of nw tween P 

Que and 3th ond y4th ats.}, 

5-024 acant _ 87 

CO NA. 8-209 
47 K ST. NE. 

J feome _titghen nad bath: 840, | 


‘CAFRIIZ, "Dr "79080 


8 
NW 


CLOSE a 


joey 
snetndeg all ote %E ogcent elec 


Beni itu 10, mh and }en y pre ; , 
utifu i r apt. ~JT.-0 
puting ib4. tf 


gee sanit ‘or. Ph 
COL. SLs isTH a WE —4OD. | 
PLEX. Lee a si ye 


dining , 
ee aa Wack | 


rm ine. 
ard. Near enilwort Dus 


5 Re, 
Isaac Parornick Reet Estate 
RA. 3-1147 


‘ 


$68 50 


en. | 


: 


47. wow _w ie, weds 1 
LARGE, 2°BEDROOMS | 1.0. easy pLace Nw. 


$67.50, Pipe utils; 4) Deen. 
ve aT, ‘of fottwater rhea {100 
“recreation room 


soem, Sreeress ing Front 
very good woot oR rot a ST 


and t ear r prance. Me. 
me neo Rs st... i O68. 

oto E. SCOTT 
OLOR 


f 2. BEDROOMS $75 Ky DE mad 
ea PSB th 


4251, MINNESOTA AVE. NE | 
Tmvoaculate ‘corner ot in 
EARG  ecine ney oS. 
i seed tigen 
pun 


sii. pe rel 
uv. 4-834. “SA 8.4972, 
LORED 
NORTHWES 
evose Gapitor. sts h ; 
° $75 | 
7-680 | 


Rentals trom $5 
Cay) att oh pfehs =F 


COLONIAL “INVESTMENT Co. 


ett cot. . 2 eo 1. ed room 


-3t Call BOSS & PHELPS 
iA. 6-3300. 
COLORED 

APTS. FOR RENT—NW, | 


3 


fe 


BRAND-NEW APT. BLOG. 
734 Sist ST. NE 
5i8T AND GRANT 8ST 
Bedrm. Apts. $67.50.$69.50!" 
$7.50 : 


PLUS UTI : 
‘rh pt © closets. 
Cony, to 


Lare moder 
. nepoins. 
tre 


z 
bu xUry kits. and bathrme 


to Grant 
. Sist. turn 


an‘ bath 
“8305. 

sh. kit, beth 

459. RA. 825) 


COLORED 


& 
_ HUNTWOOD APTS. : bath 3 
4921 JAY ST. NE | ae we 
; JAMES E. SCOTT 
— Pioride Ave. NW 


ev 1 aault. “Utils, 


ba! 
eoth 


rit . 
kit. 
kit 


m 
rmeé 

Tris 
#®. 


1741 & at 


rt 
: 


NEW MODERN DE 


LUXE wh * 
CLOSE TO SHOPPIN AN 
OCHOOL 


BUS 


+ 


] BRDR M $7 ! 99 
PIC as 
INCLUDING UTILI ries 


NO. 7-9157 a. 1.1557 Sie: 
Rea ty co.) 
Cc 


3 Unfurnis tied Aots —Low Rent 

Nearly new ck bulidine. Freshiy 

redec« ed ec ate occupancy 

Livin? rr aire er | be r 
cert 1 


“33 aad ee “ye $49.50 
. + res kit bath 


are ola he 

“— Tenn. Ave. NE $42 50 
rooms and »b ree 

‘801 Otis *. We tina) oure | 

ge 


Pave 


i ns oi, 


—_< 


Hat Barns at Sti er. $2, 70" 
NE, "$42 50 
gas Deat 


1, $65.00 


baih 
, 


COLORED 
FOR RENT—NE 


: ‘ " . . 
1629 4 . Tt 
‘ 


1248 \ 6th St APTS 
ba 


1700: . NE 


Ast : 
leat rc .*y 


sales ’ ‘ 
° 655 00 


‘i000. 


~ 


No 


’ 
‘oie & 


John e ee Sons JAMES E. SCOTT 
314 Pa Ave 5. = ; ride Ave NW. DE 
at : , nes . n nit & vdalh 

ASK AROUND 
LOOK AROUND 
COME AROUND 


AND SEE THESE 


3513 
sd 


m iv. rm 
0. DA. 23:8392 
> rms... kit 
ie mel w é 
AD. 32 
| & Rhode land 
remode od 
Tt eft 


4 
Ol). of 
COLORED. St 
| AY 


Ney 
me 


4a 
rtable, moder 


FROM $59.50 


ARLINGTON — EX _ EXCEL LENT pute 
| ary ao 
G 


SURREY HOUSE 
{EARIPP RD NB 
NAGOTR. A 

GMT "CORP. 


-*459 


ate i Pentae m and D 


ALDON M 
_NA 8-5740 
COLORED 


PARKLANDS 


DEVELO? MENT 
’ 


A 
te: IDEAL 
OUPLES 


¢ $-2600 


NEW HORIZONS | 
AWAIT YOU 


’ RE 
SILLS REAL ESTATE JA 


A NEW CAPRITZ 
SINOLE FARE BUS 


oe 


“Best Rent Buy in Town 


j 
| 3% RMS $68 AND $70 
4% RMS.—$81.75 & $84.50 


rr? Tre 
sine 


APARTMENTS WANTED 38 


eee 
iL PRIVATE Pt aATGOR2OUNDS cot PLe. 
PVT PAVED PARKI 6 LOTS; Spt 
(URSERY & one 0° 
SHOPPING CENTER i 
PUBLIC SCHOO tL ar PR JECT 


_ Bane Ot at 
. Stan 


ZS INCLUDED 


‘f 
nome 


setired would like smail 
d hom : 


fs 


£004 
seit 4 c¢ 


, « 


SUPPLY 


rena ,oUrs 
Cc : 


> 


” 
MOVING AND STORAGE 39 
yo tae 


at r WoV ERS ys 


7 ren Find . 
mmended MANDEL. aD” 4- 


COL —146th ; - 
(ser er al q as 7 : 
rms . 


ales . iL 
tow 
wr 


ovetior . SER VICE—Reasonad! - 
7th Jt. ne a ee bw 
mas 


,~ a ‘= raves 


jociad 5 va- low 
ifed 


Ix ‘ace fy RA. }- n200 AY WNoknsdw" Se a 
AS Re ee .| net ton’ oldest movers 
7. . jin free estimates 
coL.— (315 an +4 ow. 1 and MOVING — ON! N 
Segre apts. $69.50 to $89.50 ey. careful men 008. rmu.. 
' Bee superinten naens oa FO. 


ell oh ke ies 


ads gre 


mm & 


24-) your: » VE 
JA 1824 


=" 
hour. 


rooms 


ROY AL 
lo AD. -* 


A’ 
wae 830 or 66 per 
. 


HOUSES FURNISHED 


'ADELPNI (near Maryland 0 
hou? utilities. 645. 


or 
on be i 
ie 


hegre " 
AnL.. 10 
ERC. Bors 


COLORED xo. 


BETHESDA 

f ee 
nicely finished “$175 _ per 
Call nOBERT K. WriouT 
4 AVE —Tge. . 5 bedrm . 4 bath 


nice Garden. | 
> I ‘tert 3 sultabdbie for) 


Tavtor ; or 
2-331 


RN BUILDING WI 
CHEC KED TEN Nts 


ST. NW, 


NEW “OD 
CAREPULL 


1309 CLIFTON 


ba se- 


full 
rm Very 


-—. Vi 


a7 


L bedr 
bat . * ft kins spe . 
ery : 
Qesscnabie. rent. rth 0 
tty E. SCOTT 
¢ RE 
if \ONeERore Ave oe 


site 
a rear Hea 
Meoralet 


' ¥e-008 
rm. kit.) 
. y 7. ‘Sigs 
FALLS ‘cut vic —_4 rms ont 
wooded are 
GtORGETOWN—Bira 3 bedrms.. 
liviz room with Srepiace, & parce 


pe 
| mz 


| 
or t 


1033 - 2 1ST sr. NW 
COMPLETELY REMODE! ED 
| APT. LEFT—$69.50 


1o4 


carpet 4. TY, 
# yer 

’ Faos.; ; 
e Soa0 p 


TILITIES 


rmis.._ 855 
be! 7 > 244 


Vairs. ‘Br 
COL —ALL U 
1 - of Bmers! qd B.. 3 Ey 


Cc OL —=201 Eye Ls 


~ WESLEY “HEIGHTS 
, -bedroom house in this | 
Compietely recedeco- 
nn 


- L. rt 
, der rm. Lar a4 
rs 30 Back. U SIV 
2240 | 
wattriné NW | 
garcen. porch, gare) 
6225-8250. Call Mon 


4 


ain 


ms 
uti ~ 


HOUSES UNFURNISHED 


AGin PARK. MD.--879 50 
in -pearu prick on 


‘CoLORED— | Ao SEAT PLEASANT 
. rm. apt. in mod. at- 


act ive bide. Very 
inette with pict 
bedrms: and bath 
' pets 801 yy - M 
Me Ap 
eu “Luctis 4 tath “st nw 
co OUORED= 147 ift im ve a8 * 
RUDDEN , ; "4060 


Bar. 
t. Jk 


Lovely bhew 
Belle 


i a\ - 
rm sep. ! 


rt 
col LORED— | 436 Bastern ave 

: - 2 bedrms 
hard@wood firs. 
Close to ni 
ay R a at 


| gE } PED- 
| ERAL. F RENTAL, os) Apis New York 
ave A. 86-7416. 


ly | 
y shopping cen 


LeX —5 rms. newly decorated. nt | 
| Pent agen. $75 to right party. TU.) 
od ~ | ADR. {REA Cony Pentagon; mod. 
Cet. to5 mo. incl bedrin ° ful bam : tenc ~ He | 
of vine except elec : art PULLOUT 2 5-7072, * 


wre 

conv. to bus | 
an oo 1-floor pian: 
. © equipped kit.. Vene- 
i e cond. Rent very 
a “58 mo. Hopkins Reality 


ALEXANDRIA, Trae EE | 
: r 


hools, shop- | 


ome. 


rit. 
lee 
vi Lote, 


ay: 
3 PEDERAL 
Me ‘915 New York Ave 


brick 
ess 


“ Mase 
Now! y decor 
enette, 
Stove. all tn 
PEDERAL RENTAL "to 
York ave. a a-74 
‘OLO is 


"RD 
Lb aay Belmont st 2n 
kit, bath ali utils furn 


. bit. 


ave : 
B- any 4 
Jefferson Manor—2-bedrm 
shed brick: fenced yard; 
restricted @rea, conveni-| 
$85. _ AD 2-687 ig. 


FOR 


Apt 
kitch- 
inel 
semicetac 
fal 
Jocation. 


Aot ty 
915 New «as 
16 ent 
4 tir 2 
Re- 


bath 

NE.. bemt.. 1 rm 

bath Utils. furn. 1 person 850; 
rome 

t hw, . int. kit. and 


kit. and 
1 kit 

Sie "035 sb. 2 ‘a 
ay 1929 Ui ae . 
NO.7-4907 


it. and 
COLORED 
NEWLY REMODELED 
200 55th ST. NE. 
Bedrms. 
$87.50-$89.50 


ITILITIES INCLUDED 
y odern new ant, 
laundry and 
convenient to 

neportation. 


cupancy 
LU, 3-3 


aL 


ba i 


UNIVERSITY 


i 10 Minutes Silver Spring 
~iS Minutes From Downtow 
—Be! i00ls Bhopping, Churches, 


Entrance on 


with 
Closets. } 
DIRECTIONS: 
then right on 
omes. 
right on University lane to 
Lewisdgle dr. to new homes. 


HA. 


~ 


NEW 3 & 4-BEDROOM BRICK 


IN BEAUTIFUL LEWISDALE 
$125-$135 PER MONTH 


Full Basement—Modern Kitchen 


DC 
Within Easy, Walking Distance 


OPEN SUNDAY AND DAILY, 
University Lane at 23rd Ave. 
Also Entrance on Riggs Rd. at Chapman Rd. ar ory nial $125 per mo 


Out Michigan ve to Ager rd. 
Riggs rd. to Chapman rd., left 
Or, out New coor ave 


+ MINGW uAMrauine AVE, AND UNIVERSITY LAKE 
LEWISDALE PROPERTIES. 
20 HA 


re. 
nen} and 


Shand Mery aera 
Lived eh 


m r- 
isposall. we 
ard, tg loc. 
ave. Silver Soring. 


st | 

SER res, eentiv redec 

brick ‘Colonial: 

rine recreation enced 

rm nites 2- os. 
° 
brick , re 


r 
ve det to. ges 
a5 MA 7- 3534. pos 9-4 ad 


| to ‘inspe 
Veitch st. - Rockville, Ma — 


sen - Te 


a B39 


2731 Be. 
vel bedréyu.. bath, 
, screened porch, gar 


ta Tid Bengt ph a-ha 


$100. lat 

place, scre 
Yard besement: 
nished 


“yard, 
7 


h f 
hey ae ae fireplace, 
2p diacent to 
5 Basten’ transp and commas 
swimming . Immediate pode 
ancy. vif month, or may 
e LB 24.2 —g s Sypse purchase 
9-8351 


rms. S179 ae OL GA 


ced yard 
water tur- 


fir. duplex 
ned porch 
heat, 


en 


ome, Fr : a 
level corn lot. rent & month ; 
2414 WN. Kensington st 4\ eption to be uy.  REERS BROS.. JV 

7618 ves - 5809 


110 
brick: near dbus and shop- 


drms 
: 


nieve R. Row 


nd Co 
~* Bro = 


$135 433 N. 234 ra.; }-bearm A es oy 

Srick Colonial, Semi; many ex- —2-bedrm gaa 

tras low. full bamt, 5 bai oocun 

onivy: 887.50 we 5-4192 

CO... LO. 4-83 

HEATON—3 ipenr *, full dintne, 

' : penees | 
i $t- 4 

(Includes taxe 

Parkside Rea 


Diet at 3-b 
center hall, 
nearly sew 


$175. 6307 WN 
prick rambler 
light dbasement 


CAROL INE L. CAMPSRELL 
JE. J8. 3-9 


bedrm 
day- 


m 

insurance } 
8-3789 APES 
ST. N.W.—3829. 6 rooms and 
th SC im $90 mo. Braswe)i. 
} ‘.. ain 

, screened poreh. fenced 

29, 7-1836. ree pers $150 mo. OV. 3-5 ; 
Sire brick: T6 HOUSE — Immediate ocew- 
a minutes from | i 
hee —#*# BA UBVS ~ellracthireé.i 
aullfal condition bedrooms. | 

. Gnished rec, room, | 

: . f-car ° Home — 
seclusion. periect for en- 


town house, seaees* 


ts 
er a ae) 

ae-an ge eRe ta PY 
gon or Navy Annex Mctern a. 
en. auto beat. laundry and ' 
storage room. playgrounds: $99.50 
fcent on oremises datis. 
OV 16 
Out Shirley pag 
Ghopping 


Directions 

pniriieates 

ctr cle 

to Per » % 

mc Jel Some at 1616 Kenwood ave. 

nyt gy Realty, Inc. 
Cl. 6-3163 7%. 3-1830 
pr Snir ey Wes. ‘ 
small 

in exchange for 

electr um > 


$160 rm} 
INC Pe 
WO. 6-28@23 
SETHESDA— NW —cHEVY CHASE 
ENT TAL, SPECIALISTS 
oome, 2 bathe 
MALORA R “eunisTHAN 
. 
BRIGRTW GOD. S198 "Sait 


semi-det. Orrick. powder m 
$110 aise S307 Sth ot. nw. 6 rms. 


dD cr " bed 
roon 


i b A [ror 
Congress—2 bedr Senena. 
fenced-in back yard 
D ~~ py welcome: $85. 
CAPITOL thi —Halt . b house ie. Re- 
tire 2nd be 
denote e en Loan 


51, 4 rooms. 840 


‘rental section 
containing 3 baths. oi! 
heat. Por lease to responsible ten- 

Completely redeco- 


CAPITOL HIL Li-—-Oppenite 
Court, 10 rm 2? baths 
gered. and sainied. $1 


5-64 
canty CUASE—Execoutive or dipio- 
' urious oew ramd 
>» baths 2- “car mM, 
restdention OL $080. | 


Supreme 
nee. 


D 
Pri- CLEVELAND ex. ARE STIS Low- 
a) 


; ely house with 
and 2 bathe 

7 + On 
t mo. NM inspected by ap 
pointment only. FLOYD EB. DAY vis 
CO 1429 K et. ae NWA. &-03952 
[CoLikes, PARK. eTe4 o> ave ; 

rm 


. ‘lee ore toh rd 2S mo. 
‘$1 03 os . CAR! YLE ; het 
Realtor, WA 990, COr 


also 


t smspect, call 
- 0 


Ingui - an} er a n >. 
COLORED—-WISCONSIN AVE 


$69 MO. 


DET. BFK. 2 BEDRMS. BATH 
WATER 
OTHER HOU SES. ad AVAIL. 
IST NATL. REALTY 
2 Thomas Circle NW. RE. 7-3534 


COLORED—RENT AND BUY 
opportunity to ‘e 


WALES . carte es 


ade rreoemes: “23” : 75 
rite < ‘HURCH—T bates ar 


hopping center. eand 
dco tether ‘ake -Roomy }- 


mmac. condition 
enclosed back 


uburde location *a 
ruses and schools, 
aec orated 


Al 
HOE negra” ar 
farbese mr... 
refri ger Clah washer nd 
washing ad achines comiertadie 
suburban living; $135. 


(2) 
ramo! er 
i ss 


sem et 
c ose 
all nee ST 3-445. ill 


L$ 
—POPLAR . SUT-oF. TOWN RENTALS 43A 


a. fam. 
Fete’ ben SERGE On aa 


full h.-oh 
saTace 272-8563 


=, 

Telbot County: hus . 

ront estate featur: ne 4) 

a r baths 

ne pool, cabanse and many 

other refinements: reasonab.e rent, 
references reouired: 


Vited Exciusively 
. . OAKLEY 


ranee ease. 


401! Meredian 
Nw 

evel hy 
fer children. 


om 
’ 

street 

$98 


ami 


+ a 
Realtors 
parking; cate Easton, Marviand. Tel. 1236 


eee 

1- vere 
April i or 
ocx 


bie 
FUR NICHD HOUSE 
is a VILLAGE. yeariy 
Pr O30 


vUaINtsi iT) EOUSY. ne Worle 


Bo ia 
his, Rent $50 


}-bedroom house or ape. 
| Ale Bra 


Mull y Ose, 


4 Ban Ot anise? 
: af 


akon 
| preferred tenants for qua 


ished home ty Poxhell 
Georgetown 


Larchmont Realty, Inc. 


JE. 4-3000. JE 35-9405. JE 
rALLS cHUTRCH i . 
rar —— ren 


' > - 
sectubed: or rural “ungure. 
min. 2 bedrms nr. Bait 
f ne Meade UN ‘ $020 
RAVE tenants and ne houses 


Evy Y CHASE "REAUTY .. a3. 
nn ow 


PY EO. 3333 
bed SHCT - Sai 7 or Rent 46 


-9 
EoRGE TOWN a Soa ARLINGTON 
a Ress bi arty,  furmished | office 
_is 


saller. re rode eied. 

ota Mon. nA $4 . 

GLASS Men Fils 49 Gotan’ Ave | 
3 be orme. , 


decoreted 
‘ noo! $135 » 


Weetlae 
bier rit dren wéic 


» 
ter +» 


¢ 


flen wi 
rea 


H12—Ai : 


_ eae 


/ Salona Village) 

1 option to purchese a¢: reement| 
giving fenent 860 montaly credit) 
toward Surin 6.000. 3 

a contemporery 


2d 
: reasonable rent 
e574 
T ww. Sit — Entire 
ontatning saepprok oo 
attrac tive space. Hea ," 
2 toilets: 9M. ; 
t elevators. FExcelient for dis- 
sociations or general 
7 $200 per mo. Con- 
Young SHANNON «& 
Lucns co Rs 724 14th st 
ne ; 
15TH AND i sTs. VWW—PFurn.. air- 
€ al ofc. receptionist 
vice 


NA & 
te . 
ae , 


Sth 
ie: 


tion room. laundry room. ete. Car- 
Added feature: wooden agek | 
or 


“ha oF 
Seuss on wooded lo' 
lease to respensibie cou ; 
family Avail. Mar. 1 OL. 


dontGourry— COUNTY—Aitvae 
mats iy: bea ? ouse: upusual 
ay’ at 


secretar‘a 
EX. 3- 50580, 


wher, . for. Kot \—Bea ut {- 


ight ing fixtures 
a 


ont 
cfntiy ree ade! +y 
vide & air cond. Immed 
cellent for 
tale office 


p= 


734 4th et. 
are! (Gibier-vorne- Of TF ot T foome 
hase 3B ans priv la vatot 
We ey ce Smith Hotel. 
ub; bans. rick eemidet ikl WeiNiens & BUSH, Inc. 
_DIOL_H Street NW. WA. 8-5500. 
DOWNTOWN 


1éth & K. 2 Fms.. approx. 
ft carpe! ed. ae 
1g LX 
“eke? ETA 
lea: -Toom ¢ 


idea! location. 
mont ave ag ert by &ap- 


_poiniment, call ME. 


SHERATON 
OFFICE 
BUILDING 


iat) bedrm, bre Colon re ovall.| 


i’ bat _ det. wee and zat 
Avall 

i ~ Bocurits & toras 
8 ; 
Ricds ARK—536 Hamilton st ne 
S| Dbedrm. house. i' 


"trent and rear 
e To inepect 


vedrims | 
PO. | 


LA. 
porches 
call Cafrite 

CARVILLE — Charm 
fives) wehr.. iria 
3-4374. 


$100 


RENT 


aioe fentals In all sections 
Inc.. 120) 


tha 
o 
i) Bide ,%, any porpose 
a qvettapie. y 


"| Option to tu all . Tom 


ong. 13-ft. ceiling with * wt. 
ide, 130 ft. deen. com 


ras ie ad 


Far an Gea 


iS Grocery store. for ee. 2 


Ave. NE. Call 
ng # “CLEANE ERS—Bob 
r deal call Mr. yor 5x 


GIFT AND J EWELRY 8 
ip ipusiness Ht. pros 
maker ne fed ghee for 
r 


‘GREAT SMOKEY’S MOTEL—21 
evel ne te : 
wid eat ving 


and water Y repait 
fuoency. JE. 3.2855 or 


t new brick anne. 
commendatio 
quarters 

aTOSS 


$35. 
A ag Re a 


ington. 


AAA, fh 
Pine i 
usitvess. 


¥ 
“able | GRO ROCERY STORE for reni—Pully 


as a dealershi 
months. now t! s hes mov 
abie 

4 sa. ft. inside 

uding complete paint shop. 


serarate truck entrance 
rroperty inciuces 
parking space for’15 cars directiy 
edjacent peved county parking jot 
for Cali M Tom &r 
Monday throuzh Friday. 9 &. m 
L 5-2400 


olet 
ens the pant ae | 
inte their new iarger ‘putlding. they 
ride, in 


aved customer 


to 


HANDSOME BUILDING | 


Completely air-conditioned 
story and mezvaa} ne cont 
approx 


conditio 


in 
« ep ronten tt 
lub, 4 


WEINBERG” & BUSH, cy 


707 4 Street NW Ni 
| sito Barr. AVE, im collese 
ad we Bs 
3. 2 ite. 3 ‘baths Rear 
BUSINESS PROP. SALE 


TH ST. NW 
in ~e Beiness 
’ 000 


43 


rey ig 

in yé ‘Me 5. 0240 
Mechanic’ ; penn hE 
On busy Martpor o rd. Over 31.000 

‘t ed C2. Impr eyed Ad 
gar ag® cont taint ng ove 
and 6-rm. house with 
Garage eaquip.. tow truck 
Age Nai pe 
815.000 
CURTIS “" “Broker. 


STATE DEPT. AR EA 


st. nw near i1#@th-—3-story 
street-level basement butid- 
commerr sa} \uitadle busi- 
ness end apis. Vacant. 629 950. 
Will trade or terms 

FATHAN POOLE. Realtor 
Investment Building 
8-6789. Res. OL. 44971 


4 
& 
ing 


NA 


STORES, RENT 


| Drus weet e 


an | 


711 14th ST. N.W. 


A tew cholee 2- and 3-room sui 
availa ble a ern r-con ie} 
tiened centrally jocated buliding.| 


HPAI i 


ning at | 
services | 
rem= | 
RE. | 


RAMBLERS 


Mile Unty 
preas Bus to 


ae 


Wes Der mon ren tals bes 
60 per wit) 
neluded 


vee, of a. mah ‘ott Ase. 90, 
Ovi ck —KoRD: 360 


area. New building 


10 ‘TIL 6 P.M. 


Public 

left to Risgs rd. Apply ie 

to Saivers ty lane, 
dale, t 


Lewis 


transportation at door 


ave., 


, 2.8366 


fA 


* 


ALEXANDR!IA—Cor. location 
| 11222 King st. Good for ony 
business. Apply owner. 
6-6252 

NiCe af. Pats 16. oy ae . 


uginess. : 9-3940. JU 


“FOR “VAR lETY STORE | 


apt. 1% th 


erm Cal 


WEINBERG & BUSH, Inc 
_1707_B St NW. NA. 38-3500 


252 PARKING SPACES 


stoppers such 
Murphy and 


ease 


proven frame 


of 870 
ts 


INC 


tH. 5-3576 


>. 


KASS-BERGER, 


EM. 32-3190 Eves 


5 V6 SICVER SPRINC——300 aa. 

tt Zo0 od par ie 

TaKoms suorrtya. era rs Nes 
wTipsiire .e | t Ea st-We - 


© 
uw. NA. "es 


SHANNON. & LUCHS 
OFFERS 
AYLOR SHOPPING CENT=R. SE 


ae Po 
: Dik 
Approx 
iF $85 


NMA . 
rn. Rent 

soon n 

2 of 


1.000 


_ 


aarede; 


taining “app rox 
_ | inv 6 
plu basement 
trance oll ne ~at 
anticues 
possession 


5 fe 
> + 


r eling 
furniture t 
omsult Mr 
2469 18TH ST NW mi eee es 
oo ; , p.us 
00om reer 
‘Bu table many types of 
De » Z-room. kit. end — 
. “ner voreferts on 
bidg R et A 
Possession “March ist 


BLVD. ARI 
with Sears 


st orag 
emt 


| ys 


: > we O 
possession. 


mandy 
Prompt 


Ind (DEPARTMENT 
SHANNON & LUCHS co. 


REAL ye 3 since. at 


724 14th St 


WAREHOUSE SALE 
——— TTT 

MODERN i-story brick 
crete in NE. Approx. * 


side alley. truck 

Will consider jease o. 

INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY 52 

o- SE = 

Tle a pe between Bethesda and 

Roc B20 BRR. ena paee- 
dine 


availa 
»? 


part ‘i 
lea respons! thle 
7. 1862 Mon. thru Fri 


COMMERCIAL SITES 33 


wANseD—Commercial sites 7 
apie for establishing service sa 
tien operation. Situated in neasoy 
740. Post-TH 
| BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 55. 
; 5s —_ Heart of down- 
town. Low rent. small investment 
ust on Uiness. Box 
| SItLiAge PARLOR — 
Reas. price of $3500. 
9 tables. owner quote 
225 — lease 


Alex Va! 
a oe aval 
900 mo 


-In 


Coe) ‘umbus 


| GROCERY Pim tt or 


ABER 
HABERDA He 
Doing 49.900 ennually 
operate help tor o 
rt ore has Koga macest 
4000 4 yrs > 


Boon cqepin . 
; St 


; pol eve ne 


ft es: owner nanent contrel and) 
eit sell for #2000 plus stock. TU./ 
ed ™ 


-% oe er, Bro 
$1608 down 1405 | 
North Capitel st. LA. 6-3197. 


DISTRIBUTOR WANTED 


Tremendous yearly income possible 
National company affords opportu- 
mi ee b for local 
ness 
homally advertised 
be handled in peers | 
desired. Hor 
and pantry bility. nae important, 
Our liberal’ 
rapid oe 
sion. This miness on 
pane for high type man af char- 
ter 


Aoplicants 
teu 42500 
reauested 
eceptionaliy “ i 
i ediately possible with rapid in- 
business ils 
ompncen) s aspiring t 
ngs of $15,000 to 3 
. Bis reseure m 
. All at 


must 
00 


A car 
high 


49 


TE. | 


as 
Chu 


aa base- | 
busi. | 


ned, 


JA. | 


hi mi 


BARTOW © L 
& 
ze ON 
| e will buy 24 trust notes. 


ex —— 


stocked. with 2 gas pumps and one 
kerosene pump 716] Livingston 
rad. s¢. below Oxon Hill Tt. 


| MAMBUBGER shop. fully sauine 
opp. Govt. bidgs Owner eau 
Atins.. FRA. §-6207. ME. + ae 
HARDWARE Attention 
contractors: operated hy 
ne 3 or secretar vil) bring in 
y of job werk sellin : 
health $3500. includes - Fo — 
ures; also co: 1 lete) 
on 24 floor Li plete Po 
MIDGET RITCHEN—-Doing pest it. 
able business S425 wk » 


or 6:30, TE. 
OTEL—D! 14 H 
ae” Rontal té . HEAP ; 
quarters on § 
Highway near 
mies Bo 


Ded. 
Car) 


Act quick or this bareain 
Pites-Masery Ins & Rea 
Las tiding 


equ. 
000 


~ MOTELS FOR SALE Ms 


Adv ice and Sotouttas lon by exelu- 
ft ime ot and 


TO.| me 


OE H. THOMPSON 
232. WOODWARD BLDG. 
EM. 3-1220, Day or Night 


ner (OE ENTION Mechanile, chat 
of QO 


equipped ‘to service ail 
tion an alr-con‘4i‘ionin 
Long-estadlished ‘ 

Mame and 

tele TA. %- 


‘REMODELED 
' 


Bouse on 


"qui ck ‘make. 


<ER pvicE STATION lor lecos® Ma 
oll co. Ras Modern 2-day starion 
for lease on Maribor oro Pike close 
te lige shoo oT he oper pt Coral 
Call 


Hills 4 2 
“TAVERN—$110 MO 
ppertties this class °C 


ner will 
ense for . 
© to sul Ost 'rs 
i* . v _ ad 

er interesis. Poeslbile 
“. Owner says sell 


enfield 
’ TA 9-7 
TIWE 


~ ay has ot! 


this week 

lx, M. Gre 
TA 59-6277 
‘pik? o2 FUT 
bus ness se 
pilances he 


xtures 
VA.7 


ATTD BROKE 
Post -Th aa 


equip aeave @ $1 BS 000 
WRITE TO AFPFILI 
B- M.t Ti 


$225 
: 1700 b : gh. 4 


Ato YANG. ST_3-1500 


ener apt 


r hunch 
ful stocked Priced * se)! 
doctor's orcers: easy terme 


START NOW 
SENSATIONAL 
EARNINGS 
SPARE OR FULL TIME 
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY 
MAN OR WOMAN 


Whole 
re | 


}. Willingness to work 
3. Good car 


te fully 
yme- 


Por 
ado 
ber 


persons) intery' ew ri 
ut yourselt nelude oho ne | 
rite mm vediat cy te 
HOMAR ay haa, INC, 

Gr Kansas Cit 

Getic Rapase Sis ts 
fast growing 
bays. COM- 
; rl investment re- 
uired Cc “A 35-6055 


BUS. OPP. OUT-OF-TOWN 56 
GOVT. OIL LEASE 


40 ACRES $105—$25 DOWN 
Act of Congress gives cit 


22701 


» 
Amen 
Bi 4. 4 


) 
ou 5 
Los Ansel bod 46, 


OTF bint CHEAP ~ 
ntal pi 


: $2 
ash requ! red. Act 

“Pat es- AL ser ey & Reality 
B ~~" 
Pr edertgks en he 


NEW WStTROUTC CATALOG 


Just out! Mailed 1! ' Ovvortuntie 
ties hy: ore’ Motels. 


4-M ° 
ra Washington. Moret ing 
4 - _ a 
PRINT, ‘SHOP for sale; om med 
ern, 


ter press, 
rove 
Indust rial ci iy in XN. C irite 

Box “M- 164. Post-TH. 

MOUNTAIN RESORT in Shenandoah 

Valley of Mei rey 4 locate oe on ~ 

mous Shenandoah Rive 90 

rer Washinton Faterins tithe 


On t + 
ava ladle yt ag ae 
RICHMOND, VA. 


ru rp ure mere. $300 000 
s2 5.000. e’ 

ure Gisiric 
cash 


@s n ; 

“ inclu ee ing app . 
ated Piedmont 

North Cato! Ina. Apply 


PITAL WA 


‘MON 
$o-¢ay:l-vear loun of 812,500. 


5-0 


MONEY 


Cc. 
ee siete ¢ ad 


Bearby 
nat: 


1 SOR Sw ap PO EY + ES AE eee oa ae 


+ pays wtiiltles 

Less. than 820,000 
MR. SHE 

LU. 2-7331 


D.C. MR. QUICK. is 6565. | 
i. ANS WANTED 60A 


jst png = LOAN wantee on 
Mass nw. «$7000 
ae. > prop.: in 

: 19 rms... 3 baths. cas h 

ER. DE. 

borrow’ ~$21.000 at 5 or 

i -family api "bide one 28 000 2. 
apt. site 500 ft. 


offer 
rc Ps 
TO 


bre 
a-5008 


_APT. HOUSE 


ay 


64 


SECOND TRUST 
soeee Perpetual, 

m tull 6 years 
cuaranteed 
2-7) AD ] 
: pays $50 : ' 
¥ $2000 LO. "4-6568 
pays $30 mo 
Good maker 
6565 


note beh rm 


count 


tint et? 


a ‘PARK _ 


ST NOTE EXC HANGE 
t Top 8 & for 24 Trust No . 

ais Investment Bids. ME. 8-407 
TASH FOR YOUR 2ND TRUST oct 
time call, TE 5 scetl 
es Cc 4 = 2 9400 
4 Neat 


satis 

> » 24 trust note 
. JAMES—DI. 7- 1655 
HST NOTES bought ar id sold 
™RORS sc H AC i" 


atree 


7 -0900 Mea, 


a BURLEITH..8y own 
ceptions! urepiace pane 
struction: ad par 
end | i-bedem 
return 


% 
WILSON "BOU LEV ARD 


vestmen' R 
5 er 
$-¢ 


417 


CAP. Hill Lé 
Darling hotse 
T 
bal 
ener And . 


Ca AT) : 
nal CAPITOL WiLL 


cHEVY THE b ‘ ao | 


Lt at 
_PREDERICK “ Be 
2-FAMILY APT 
INCOME $130 
TENANTS PAY Al 
SAM ROSEY 
INVERT WEN I 
BALE-——12.000 
engden Cir 
oneks on oft 


” > 545 eves OL. 4 
. CHEVY CHASE 
AD NEW—$23 500 
STER 


5.044 


J’ ch 


HY LI. 4-837); 
ZAGAMI REAL- 


parable $70 investment Prop. Wanted 62A 


SALE, D. C., HOUSES 


ASE, D. N 
ue. 3310 N ST. NW. 
| Authentic areceral rouse 
dit on, 
wees ed ik ‘aaa attire 
‘near 
x Ai) ; Fh on nell orm, 
famtiy size «ilichet 
"non + 4] 
expand Cart er Greet i. 
ha T ~L 254 oT. DE ‘ 
GEORGETOWN 
} LEC 


; 
able 


XR rm INO: 


SHANNON i LUCHS co 


“CLEVELAND PARK 
3220 Klingle Rd. NW 
OPEN 2-5 


4 BEDROOM. 2-BATH BRI 
Fr. i on 0G . re 


CODWARD & Nor RR 


Get (; ETOWN 


-H A "GILL & SON. 


« 
CONN. AVI er : 
Arranged = in RD RK. McPECK 


Ts 
: 


* CONGRESS 
. ore > ’ 


ee F yeux re 


HG 


ALTORS 


CONGRESS 8) 


W) ye / 

Hat 

rO 4.34 1U 2-597 
DUMBARTON 


4647 Kenmore Dr. NW 
OPEN 2-5 


BEDR} 
~o4e 200. -. 


SIMMONS 


"G EORGETOWN 
3303 Oo: 7] ' 


remem cee — es Baw e 


39 500 


Pr ."> 


A} 
¥* 


-_ 


'» F 


GILL & 
KALORAMA ARE 


i sat 
i ¥ 


H A 


= 
ee 


DOROTHY 


ivr 


wood 


TOWN 


64 SALE, D. ¢., HOUSES 


th exe 


- re 
16 


64 SALE, D. C. 
KALORAMA CIRCLE | 


NEW babe ONLY $11,950 


4-bedroo 


el. | 
2-bath 
& Foo 
offere 


Excelient 
brick house. 2 sarenat 
and bath: first time 
Call Mre Heoburn with 
JOHN R 


de SIBOUR & CO 
CoO. 55-1130 


EVES. DU. 7-0056 
MASS AVE AREA 


g006 


s 

ceeee ons - o 
0 es as t ait all MR ‘MILBY 
ens 2 gon, iw 


FR REDERICK W BERENS 
\SALES INC. NA. 8-5000 


NO MONEY DOWN 


Ts 
he) and are 


Pp 


ny 
a 
. -VE 
hay a 
at adity emailer ed. 
room. we-venee -old 


alr.co 
lke 
2. 


: 1 
for remo el 
redecorat(ns 
in 


DOROTHY 2 WOOD, 
REALTOR 
‘ ~ 


completely 


this pay ments just 
“114 


,0%8 
mirrored fi resi. lp 

tet . Asking $16,780. Q 
- ne. By OWNER. RA. 6-72 


~ ONLY $500 DOWN 
MICHIGAN PARK 


5039 at re 6 Dixs mn 
Gerber of Ne . rovidt! Hi 7 

than 3 years old Kew! Ba ie 

mocern : 


; PARK &Sé 
iMaury eb 


000 
rooe 


& 


+1] 200- ~ Bdrms. 


. tT AL 


* 385s 


pr a onnees. 


; LU 4.4 
MUDD REAL ESTA co 


SHEPHERD PARK 
3 BEDRMS. & DEN 


JOLLES & SENNETT CO 


VALLEY 
ne br ’ 


‘LEO KOLB Co. 


SPRING Feecutive AD 2+2100 
= Aen _ a 

‘ 

; at 

Desie 

pain 


Aner Lo 


: 


di bem ; 
a. bea 

930 .* NER .; 

4 : 


aie es a a TREK L TIL DARK 


PRICED 


Barnaby Woods 


OPEN TODAY, 1-5 GEORGETOWN 


UNUSUAL HOUSE 


at Rv ty H"RYON 
JA 58-4972 ___ Eves. ME. 8-4092 
CAPITOL Hi LL 


PEX TODA! 
OPF™ te Sk 


ves 


fe om 


7" 
es 


‘bikes 


xa e 


tetar? 4 : 
BY MILLAR - 
HOWARD K. McPE 
ms. 2 Dairs, DOFES 7 24 : . 

PRINGLE REAL- é2* 

: “ry 

eae H LLCREST, "SE. 
—y na < 
sae ’ -| 6 BEORI —3 BATHS 
~ - . Ee choos , ~ re 
ne. Open Sun. : 

Invest Biée 
WEST OVER 


mame (Yt ate STEIN co 


CO. 5 —_ 5 


SANI 


$16, 950— $2000 DO 


CHEVY CHASE 
OPEN 12:30 TO 5 


AUCOM, REALTOR 
6814 ORGEON AVE NW BAL : 


NA a8. 1260 4 y 
NO RTH PO 2TAL 

ESTATES 

OPEN 1 “TILL 


Modern Geta 


™ 


DARK 


_ 


jOtLes % SEN! NETT CO. 
Rea . 
4871 “Rot mac a NW. 


GORSEOUS RIVER VIEW 


tors 


age Powder r 
* far 4 


eta hed 


CLEVELAND "PARK — 


; Our O "EN BIC 
ana as coca wie SUSIE V. WATWO 
Pri : Dets hed 


OD 
k home NA 8-8375 wo 


; | Dec Ts ” ~— : 
Saag ereekfest vs E—OPEN, 1. 6—SE 
stairway to attye aree ving = a Z Ts ; 

mmer Pp reon 
"Located “i¢deay ee adr , 
and Wi ave oy 
t 713 340K ot 
SHANNON & LUCHS CO 


$000 Conn. Ave 7- 1800 
CLEVELAND PARK 
3669 UPTON ST. NW 
OPEN TODAY ! to 5 


Vousuelly 


ond. Nr & ‘ 
: if . - = 
BUNGALOW. $95 ) 
‘ vs < : 

a a 4 

, spnewe Py 

re 
VDD F A’) 


SHEPHERD PARK 
FIRST SHOWING 
nary. “dear! OPEN, 1 ‘TILL 6:00 


i) 


al 


ket ’ mosern nit. « 


bedr Serrr.s 


“Gn “Srhactt om orem- 

apowene* TNC 

DU. 71-2480 Weekends. HO 2-7423. aa 

DUPONT CIRCLE AREA! Norineate. rent ts Roxanna: tien! 

joctes 3 ‘ seb WNETT €3 

QL ‘744 Ey oo. NE 4 6865 
SHEPHERD PARK 
NEAR WALTER REED 
DETACHED BRICK 

‘TIL 6:00 


bec Toor 5 bat! 
n : ent term 
qnt : 


Out 


te 5 


L708 ist ¥ odern 


st WW. Open 
Res pees +_% = a0 
ree ODO 
part Top dian: hed residence 
flee 


: : 


Fav taade BEG Bi 


Foggy Bottom 
PRESENTING 


MENT OF CHIC 
OWN HOUSES 


ft eth 

“OP Ob 3 ‘+ 

Joutes & SENNETT co 

DI 7 ri 2.4790 
SHEPHERD PK, ESTATES 

$14,950. $1500 Dn 
Mrick fee vor , 


. SION oF 


AN ASGOR 


LITTL 
OSE WHO WANT TO LIVE 
ne IBEOA ANC AND CON 
19 Tt &T 


OPEN SUN., 2-5 


S-story, om pow air condi igned 
rm —_ mh ace 


- * ©, Birat® I's ye 
802 NEW HAMPSHIRE 


nous ae finished has) 
gd with ft 


res 
“Gnd “bath wi cenditionin 
m 
berirns, 


rv 


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CO. §-3533- i 


TAKOMA PARK, D.C 
Custom Built Colonials 
OPEN, 1 ‘TIL DUSK 

2) in. 
& pers tee. y 
835 26TH ST. NW 


ety with & 
— and 


large 
and 
al 


A ferting tittle 


dining, area. ak 
swe rea : 
ew Hampshire ave 


FOR THE DO-IT-YOURSELF MAN a n. le! fe) open sign 


pis het. aw,,...| QOga mevesTaRenn co 
unremodeled brick house, 

With base CO “ot Te 

oe a mpletely ‘restored, “WALTER REED AREA 

ve BLK. OFF UPPER 16TH ST. 


information on these or otheT| Open 1-6 1448 SHERIDAN BT. 
Eeirihse Mass ii Felt "bet! ew tir r pear rm a a an Pa, 
he he 


asement 
| value 

hana “ot 

to 


mw ft, 


71-2350 


OOONVARD & NORRIS (G0 sateen CO. 


CO. 5.3533--9 - "ti 9 


}, 


—_ = errr 8 


ee 6 eee EE ee eee 


she bedr s 2 
'y mh.) 


Le M. BERNSTEIN co. | 


: 


| ai rm. large 


; 
. 


' 
: 


EM. 3+2953.. 


; 


»O0 : 
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ht w 
ity - >. 
= 


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— 0 J 


vail Bi NYY. 


ARK 


ac ‘ - ; a4 
*| erties 2 713 FARRAC 
706 FARR AGUT | 
5020 6TH PL. 
$10,950 


“SUSIE V. WATWOOD - 
ONLY $750 DN. 


WE c L L 


PAL 


f 0) VING 
 s 


PO 


: 24 EME ( -_ ae | : She? 
pie ; 1S TRES SED S/ e 3499 down 


reat COM REAL rOR 


NA 


_ 
i s 
: 


RE ERNSTEIN CO Bast Cant at Benning Rd 


1 
* am aye CO! ORED 
SEA AG ANE | PHA. app 
| 7-38890 


3124 19TH "ST NW 


. ro ; 


~——_Real Values 
1:30 to 5:30 
VKE BURY PL N W 
ha’ . red rm. : 
cor rete “or hes : _ rm Bie rm ‘bedy 
1 cony : y. bed ris a 
~~ wh inclos ron. Oarace 
ST ; 


atn 
On 

1369 "ADA MS 
gow id ; ‘TY 4 
1 pedr : 7 dati 


fr 


- ima CF 
| = 


++. NO ; 
JACK SON 


SON 


Harry - 
down pa 


bed 


Price $13.9: ay 
je A al JMPHRIES 
Mas : » * 
COLORED ya ‘a 
ie ot awe 0 : 
4200 HILDRETH ST. 
4202 HILDRETH ST. 
G!.—~—$300 DOWN 
Thése homes have large liv. rm 
modern kit 2 | 
bedrma and bath exceptionally | 
hizh bemts.. marble patios. alum. | 
storm windows afd doors. larae | 


ROGERS R REALTY CO 


NA_ 8-0904 TA. 9-3459 — 


nod 
$i. 


leveiy 


m.. 

rec : aca 

ww as $750 down 
LI 


ww ~ FTN 


bri shoo! 
co 23-4343 a to. 3-416 


COLORED 


ONLY $350 DOWN 
NO OTHER CHARGES 


HUNTSVILLE HOMES 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 


detached. all modern brick 
room, completely caquipped 


homes 


3-bedroonmi, semi 
kitchen 


ining 


Brand new 
Large living room, 
On. large lots 
FURNISHED SAMPLE ge a he DAILY 
NOON UNTIL 8 P 


AGENT a PREMISES. weft 5-8823 


on =n oom Street into Seat 


DIRECTIONG : 
Pleasant. a orgs’ Baier hway ereryang Route 
need ye 


704). one mile on the 


let 1 1090r 


and 


| 7 
Hay 
aT .G 


930 


~ OPEN SUN. a TO 5 
1410 420 oT. ae 


Ist COMMERCIAL 
Bere 2? ures 


“BEATRICE M REED 
REAL ESTATY 
un. AD 2.8524 
io 
5121 
500 Dn 


1s wre *i4 


O90 | 
aree r 


M. REALTOR 
Toes RA -00 


-OM 


yA 440 
SPP TODAS . 


3D ST. NW. 
$83.38 Mo 


af 


- 
; 


RM 


rT 
eer 


ome —— = 
KNOTTY PINE 
a hee " 
= 
Samuel C 

Tie UE 

LAF Fr 


$95 DOWN 
Nite ST. SE 


ath 
mre 

| Tage 
i LA 

» Revnolds Co 
then rieht ve. 


Easy PF 


316 


se oven. 


bs. 20th ST NE 


bedroom lots of extras 


52 ) 
2223 12th St. NW 
x foal nowse ~~ % ' one of 


r REALTY “MORTGAGE 
&, INVESTMEN TCO 


1004 ‘WwW NA. #6-3460 


Drica 


ex ' 
Cc redec 


= or 


be" M ‘BER 


."')> 


Facing Park in 0.C 
11 Anacostia Ave. NE 
FHA FINANCING 


4-RM. SEMIDETAC NED 


ih Fs terry 


“OLORED OK. a‘ vy 
$13,950— $750 DOWN ot ed 


: Pr 


BRook “Pies 'h) 
42) BENNI NU 


MYRON DAVY 
COLORFI 
Investment 


o} 


LEO M BERNSTEIN co 


N\ Cc 


> 

roperty 
y MAKER 
rrr sti. ' 


rt "TMWiST 
. : , J . - 5 
. TAM ~b ~ Bem 
roc veadrms 
2 flrew'aces 
MOND REAL ESTATE 
bi6). Mire. Maries. JO 2-297) 
DUPONT HILLS 

STORED ya iNT 

432 SHEPHE RD ST, 


ated. cor hice ®s 
" 


i} 


arace 


0) rN TODA Y 


737 ADRIAN ST. SE. | jz sis percn 
we Sewn PRESS REALTY CORP 


4313G ST SE | ro 
Peneed ls Many Extras 910 DELAF ELD PL NW, 


807 ADRIAN ST. SE. HOME AND INCOME 


é-rm. oriek home, completely 


ad Brick. 5 Years Old ; oo ith p' m demi 


4330 Gorman Terr. SE 


5 Years Old, Penmeed Lot. Extras 


2 ‘TIL DARK NW 
oO! 


No 
c 

| #ront 
a real duyY 
rs. Gl 


-9315 


e leave >t 


4 
mal 
info 


SUBURBAN "BUNGALOW - 
PRICE $6950 


" paymen: $500 ana 
ii) this ho 


me 


Above 
eeci \Trenen 


al ; 
al id am oop! ng 
. we 


Voirt 


to 
For 
. ee or 
Mr‘ 
o% Ly lor Mz. 4.6204 
SELMAN REALTY CO 
Ons ry 


+> 1 Siete RE 


aaniticen 


"rma 
apis eric ; 
ABOU 
ERS 
AGE iv AVAI! ABLE 
2-959 43-3415. 


2 Ee BRICK 
5716 NEW HAMP. AVE 
OPEN, 1 TILL 5 


brand- new modern. 2-s Lory 
excellent neighbor. 

math on 

4y 


bs 
qc) 
nt 


4 


“INC. 


J®PRAaF AVE 


2214 RED WOE ST. NE 


story ee low, 5 rms 


) 


13H 


2 tT ave ne tf 
io Douglas. Oren 


2125 R I AVE, NE 
in a6 


ie bce 


Aye ie DU 


INC. 


71.0107 
OF 
2 floors. 2 - baths 8 | vi , 
heat ear. $12.500 eT 
COLORED—_N WW 
5123 NEW HAMP. AVE. | 
OPEN TODAY 2 to 6 


2 BATHS, REC. RM 

C] 

wat m a kit it, brads im ful 
4 

HILL REALTY, TA. 9-788) 


A 


sie hte edie aiesaiteteanie act, te atranibaded dt 


1500-$2500 
Gist. 
4294 


oa | 


fw Ter nev 


det. brick | 
©. 3 ba 


Ey Bigeete ja 

aig, Sern ties, Net 
. set tid price range ; 3- 
ach & cO.. DI. 17-8501 


er eee 


64 


OPEN, Ty: 30) no 30 


$750 DOW 


SALE, D. C., HOUSES 
COLOR 495 DOWN 
2414 30TH ST. NE 
OPEN 2-6 


ttractive 4-dedrm ue het. 
ome in W x. ridece. New 
. ~ fain 


64 / THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 

Serta oe Sunday, February 26, 1956 D9 
SALE, D.C. HOUSES 64 SALE, D. C, Houses 6 
COLORED-—Woodridge “briek. idea aol 
pr ge Sse tp 


Soar Dame, fixe “nes the. 2 kits.. | ation iy F 
A ACANT™ 


PRINGLE ALTY, % - | Eis oe 
2—COUSINS 


COL 
2—SISTERS 


2—BROTHERS 
3013, 3011 7TH ST. NE. 


2 lovely brick homes. 1 1 dé. 

tached, 6 and 8 rms.. garage. fire- 

piace. ol] hiw.hb.. yard, nice -% 
brand new condition 


"EHRLICH 


58 3-0430 
“T7395 


brick 
dec 

rn: , deta. hed | 
Mo. parymts, | 


’ 
o...t«St 

List at ne 

of sem! : .. 

heat oa sun porenes. @ dream rit. 
oll heat bam, | 
guproved terms. | 


‘COLORED VACANT” 
OPEN SUNDAY, TO 6 
\ W 


. 
3 
line 
2525 


COLORED—VACANT 


4419 NEW HAMPORIRE AVE. N.W 
Row bri 2 enclosed! 
porches. oe kitehen. 


very ERE Mal. {ICH 


1012 14th St. NW, ST. 3-0450 
After 6:30 PM. DU. 77-7595 


-__—- = 


COLORED— NE. 
NO MON 
bedrooms 


"FRED owe : Yusiks Ave dob ‘CREDIT 
r Ww . 0 
0.3 Rict: ~ 4 a NPY, OR TRADE 14068 CK A ST. NE. 
Of of t sell this week. 6 large 


fr 
th. eas heh 


So N 
3 — 


3427 25TH ST. SE 


ROCK artiste PARK 


fice for ner hd a + cae 


‘4506 17th ST, 


$58.50 PER MO. 


te eualifiesd Gl. fer this immae, 


ba ement 
s@ssion 


46TH Re ‘ 


plat ry 


sArTa2e 
Pt 


E 


pa 


ST N.E. 


/ 
“B06 DELAFIEL D 


a sem : > 
a ~ ay knotty 
ny ot! , out 


oF. 


hes nity of 


vard 


La 
ga >a? 


4 hedrm 
ome re 

“i 
‘e 


726 DEC “ATUR 


x. 
: t3s: eves., 


COL ORED—_DET- BRICK 
WOODRIDGE GARDENS 


EN SUNDA 


OP COLORED—MOVE IX ~~ 
ONLY ‘$19 950 YOU WILL BE FOOLED 
, THES 


a PF YOU DON'T 
roo HOMES BEFORE. You BUY 


Ge conetes ts 3 ie ONLY $350 DN, 


"FURTHER 
i] 
SU 


R INFORMA. 
9530 OF 
DAY AND 


iris arse coseets 
Baatme 4 has r 
a: Tot. witet eat? MT hea var 
De! ie raz* 
Rox ~y MOSBR RFALTOR 
el 


HO. 32-6026 ’ UN 4-5665 
‘ NE—3 be D Wee nr woop VILL aOF- 
4 


REAL TY CO 


BARGA iN. 


pay 
ye 


METR OPOLIS 
T7is NW“ CartT ee 


re The 
reduced 


rs 


COL a $750 D 


8 A On 
. BEAL ITIPUL 
vITH KNCT TY Pir t 
: equip * 
re? ri igerat ar 


TH 


ar CDE OR” CHILL 
$295 DN VACANT 
br 4 ro 


er le oT 


m peste and in nett 
aid. RE 


Pi ager = 
$500 DOWN 


Cox & Co, 


~ 


we » 
ente 


5. 1036 Tit 9 


OFF? COLORED CAPITAL viEW $10 950 
er 73 ° 


ST. NW HOUSES WANTED, to BUY 65 
Home with in. 


ow brick Home with in-/ A CASH BUYER OR 
ut reat nie $11.980 wil. sell on terms. Ll 6 

' x Cash AST REALTY 

hese homes are furnished A ash Buyer or Terms 


6 
“CHAP) AAN 6020. MOSS HE_4-9292, 


ha TY ae : 
SOLORED ZA art cash offer on ies 


Se 
VACANT— $495, DOWN emmathnd 


. OF J-bedsm 
2A at thi nis pr ee Col onial good SE or nearby P.G 
. + , e by 
new -» vase an nd ave, substantial “3 


2207 FIRST 


£995 
‘ = ry 


DOWN ; 
acious roo 


2 a 
appoin(tmer 
$795 DQWN 


rea » 
rick. 6 
h 


im 
Bo —_ 


"es aa -« 


DOR 


CO. 5. 4056 “TIL. 9 


““SOLORED 
YOUR KEY 


an’ 


ST 
‘The ToP Dott AR pri 
A 


PROVIDENT REALT 
Colored ose C4 


065 Alp labama Ave ‘SE 


rtable 
nosohere 


chool | 
Box M. iJi, Post- 


A.M Greenfield. 
TA 738 
omeowners. All 

MUSHINSRY. RA. 


i MPD IAHE-ACTION 


IN oro ad tA CASH 


‘a or 


hourst re ‘Aaa 
- Call 


COLORED 
V ARN! 


00 BLK 


th fire- 
breakisst 
var Te" 


COLORED—4 YEARS OLI 


MO: 
No Down aon 


Vedern 
wi 5 


4 
es 
Paee 


brick 
rie 3-549 


By apot Cistk. NO 
COLORED, ATTENTION 
13TH & FLORIDA AVE. NE. 
>| ONLY $150 DN. 
FRONT PORCH 
6 LARGE ROOMS 
FULL BASEMENT 
y HOT-WATER HEAT, OIL 
| nite EXCELLENT CONDITION 
Sner Ment Act Fast—Call Owner 
nea EX. 3-8440 or TU.2..1820 
MO " COLORED—GI_ APPROVED 
$300 DOWN-—$75 MO. 
BOPsts BRICKS 
BRIc uu wOoD 


odern 
‘on 
7 


— Setached br nome 


cae 
mr ae 


 & ¢ ___. RR 723693 
SPOT CASH 
, RO MES AND TECst OF! 
SALE or EXCHANGE 
rLA 


2-940. . 
bitte 
| gisnest 


ROM a 


recreation cash for 


fine | * Bup 
"KAISER REALTY "C6 


45-8777 : 9.4 
LORFD 


es Co.. 
night 


2 ter Jax 


MIC AN GOAN °K 
—$72 


- 


eed 
* 3600 y AF -= 


OPEN BU aay 
13TH se pier Park. sear Bear 


“COLORED 
HOME AND INCOME 


\ PAY. 


' FALE SUBURB. HOUSES 670. 
MARYLAND 


> Da 
mar aes many ext 
~ toda) “ME 3- 657 ; 


COLOR ED—w’ DRIDGE. 


DET.-BRK. | 


6995 DN. $i¢ 960 FULL PRICE 
Levels 4-yr ne cet. OF in beau- 


\ od r 


FIRST SECTION 
SOLD OUT 


A mene NATL. REAC TY" WATCH FOR 
RE 7-3531, _UN 4-342, SECOND SECTION 
ng rm with OPENING 

SOON 
INDIAN 
HEAD 
MANOR 
3-Bedroom Modern 
Ranch Homes 


With 
25 FINER FEATURES 


> DOWN 


wii» 


ENT. 


51275 HANNA PI 
: 


BE Wenning va 
a a ; ianoca . 
to 14.950 and 
4 wD = 


dace ent best ¢ 
: ow 


. ~~ _ fern 


HO 2-04 . 
COLORED 
VELOUS STONE 


4197 


’ RE 465 
Cc Col ONTAL NVEST 
: NW 


Yr ae $11,200 


¥ tapestry brick hom 
modern kitchen 
recreation room 
Near schoou 
ion. An 
, a veteran Call Mi 
i+*J653 oT 
H. Greene Realty Co. 
NW. WN 
* ang Start Packing 
RW. ONLY tL 


MAT 


VETERANS 
x. 


COLORED 
MICHIGAN PARK- 


$69.60 MONTH | jetizsiveedrm 

Knotty Pine Rec Rm. | EM. 4213 "TAGAMI 
| REALTOR. Li 7-937 

9600 down COLORED.._.2695 DOWN 

un. you WEST OF 16TH ST, 


Beaqutiful colonial brick: 6 Feome | 

| and ba — basemen oll he 
water =, rage 1 — eon - 
dition 


anc 


SALES AGENT 
Aderholt Realty Co. 
Phone 
Riverside, Md.—3-5381 
FOR INFORMATION 


Very. ener ors 
CO. b S4036 ‘til 9 


—— ico ica 
4 athe. 9 BATHS 
1300 Bik Randolph St. NW. | 


: beautiful redecorated | 
today. You will savy this 
am. Down ayment and 
povee > sult you 
cal per Owner 
» Gall Dt ~3473: eves 


FRED A. SMITH CO 


~~ COLORED— VACANT 
ISTH & A STS. NE 


$395 DOWN bs the Ui 


water 


maar ine REALTY” 
5-010 19 SBE ORE eaep Down 
LORED er U hb vy pasa T WOOD 
eautiful semi : ricx 
~ WOODRIDGE—DET, pone ret Sront porch 
ov Y 814.950 : fin smi.. sj 
with firepla rage carpeting ' 
finished $13.500 . mo 
Li. 6-2 today. ME. 8-6575 


ACREAGE 2.5 with 
ana ano 
Agency 


Charles — 


“3m nal houses 
urity 


C.——}-rm. brk 
as reas 
_ 77-6816 


full re | 


ME ~ a 
bath 
neighborhood. 
: frontage. 
sewage disposal: 
trees shrubbery 
2 streets. Also sulle 

able subdivision 


$12-008 
MER AN BRICK 


xa ge 
bie 


e @ 
bamt 
PRINGLE "REALTY. 525 


} Call 
}-3756 


COLORED 
BLAGDEN AVE—COLORADO AVE 


NEW SPLIT LEVELS 


AND 


RAMBLERS 
SELECT YOUR LOT NOW 


ing brick residence. 2 bat 
tricity. telephone. 
burner heat lect 
washing machine: 
convenient 


NW 


rees 
schools 
neighh orhnod £19 
LR. 331) 
eee mera omen 
‘AMERICAN UNTV. PARK A--~ 
$16.950. Clean bric k bungalow, full 
basemen’ irms.. 
rm. separ ate din rm atta kit 
with table apece, , permet ent steire 
to er 1dibi rom 
D and ‘ra 
‘REALTY BROKERS. INC. 
REALTORS 


‘BANNOCKBL RN AB? 
e| 


starting at $26,500 FIRS? 


will feature homes 
STOP BY AND 8BEE OUT. 


This new projec 
sites a’ ailatie 


OFFERING cho a 
HOUSE PLANS: 


Out 16 
Blagden Terrace 


LA—Contempo- 
bier: 3 bed 


to Blagden Ave., leit to 18th ot 


to Construction Office 


INC. 


sth rn Ww 
Left 


Directions 
right to 


BLAGDEN HOMES, 


TA. 9-0183 " 


orsendorter 


. Unusually attractive 
aplit-level with 
tures: top 4 4, 


completed: ‘very well, pet 8 
for Che fut ll a 

corner let; 

ie recr. -_" 


“Cont sre vahcareae 


feos 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


~D10- 


Sunday, February 26, 1956 


SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67~0. 


mM ry Count 
A EVY Cc 
very distin: ished 


rm 
uelit and “destan: hapa 
¢ ntment Price. $3 


BETHESDA 


land Ave Colgutal Brick, cor. 
rm.. 


i ; sate 
r 


epl.. 


n 
Bath. ‘eull bamt.. ofl h.- 
schools & shopping. ori cod $i7. 
EUGENE GI 


B. NGEL L 
OL. 22022 
_pres, Mr. Laughlin, OL 23-1890. 


ESDA—Rambier in quiet resi- 
dential neighborhood bedrm : 
the. storm windows 
air-condition ned. 
reez 


a a 
a of 
we op 
ction 4 
750. J 


bedrm.. . '» ba 
din rm. all 


wrdulable ee 


ge. 
s; fui 


BATTERY PARK 
EXECUTIVE HOME 
OPEN 2-DARK 


truly veautifal amall 

ome on 8 huge wooded 
all conveniencees 
Tennis Club 

true 


estate 


bedrooms, 3% 
floor den and first 


te sell in 
ut j to Bradley 
bivd.. leit to Gilenbvrook rd. 
continue past Wilson liane te cor- 


ery Lan 


SHANNON ‘% LUCHS CO. 


5000 Conn. Ave KE. 7- -1800 


a GTms. 4 
40-Tt. patio, | 


cor a 


nd 
Beautif ally 
Williamsburg | 


riaht | 


SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67M0. 
ae 


room, 
rage. 


REALTY. ait 6867 


pesugen 


arate dining 
sth Aired 


¥ Pe ti te & $19,900 
ine country. must sa 
OPEN TODAY, 1-6 
Choice locafl near D. Cc. line, 
brick®™in immaculate can- 


liv. 


rm... 


d 
liné) te Saratoea ave... 
at sien Owner OL 1973. 


BETHESDA 
OPEN HOUSE 
KENWOOD AREA 


Beautiful new split-level residence 

wit very outstanding fea 

tures. Complete GFE kitchen 

adjoining breakfast nook. screened 
ad 


5000 Conn. Ave! KE. 7- 1800 


BETHESDA RAMBLER 


5S minutes to WN. 1. H. $19,500. OT! 

. approved. Low down payment, 30- 

3 bedrms., brick, 

in full bemt.: 

OODMOOR 

NC “U 9-5555. Of- 
fice ope® 10 ‘ul b REALTORS 

BETHESDA WHITE BRICK RAM- 

BLER: 3 2 baths, screened | 

close walk) 


porch; 


to schools: middie 20's 


= fore to 
Georgetown .~ 


hou Pelha 
‘ot : 2-178 


family 


pine 8 & LUCHS CO. | 


' 
sep. 


to McKinley at..| 
e606 m rd. 


SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD. | SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD. 
ae 


Montgomery County 


SALE SUBURB, HOUSES 67MD. | SALE SUBURBS. HOUSES 67M. 


MA me 
Montgomery County 


Montgomery ry Count ] 


| Seamer ens 
Nit. gee ‘sishwes er aad 
2 bedrms. bath on_ist 


‘dis: 


brick, 


vely, spats 
wood vuttful arden yearn . and on 1 and | fr 
~ smt. s . 
nea a! ohkoet"& BbSY Ey eS: 
phborhood of ‘peautiful homes | b= 7800; “OL, 4-0072. ; 
attractive entrance hail, ‘FOREST GLEN ROAD 
small den pow wder screened | 
roh and attached pores 
me SS rms., ba 


ring | c erry, tall oats, 
=e soma ro 
es 4% 
and tg large liv ev 
® on ist! 
th and 


Ros. JU *. we10 


ne ae 


4- age er bedrm, home. 


rm study, 

kit. oakiau st rm. 1% »& 

bent. “built in 30- ft. locker freez- 

oi! w.-h.. shrubbery, trees 
fe Dutch 


Anotiee "bide with ree 


“Te beaut, view 
REALTOR 
ook-Watkin Ride 
to Acme super Mkt 
pane us. Md., Cl learwater }- 


middie 
EALTY 


CARROLL rea Bil. 
Army officer being : 
ar) poresperen 3-bedroom brick | 
pp ler, Liv , din. rm., firepl.. 
all-electric kit. wr, garbage dis 
i] disirwasher: w.-W. carpeting in din. ' 
& yj 
divided into « fir y 
core rm.. pvt. office, 
& storage area 
back yard 
rice, 


2311 


GARRETT PK. ESTATES) 


In a triendiy community of young 


transpor- famili 
Livingroom 


, 


with 


Btorace attic. 
of value r $16,950 
HY G. WOOD 
ce USIVE AGENT 
| DB. 2-7115 EM 


ave, OL, 


CHEVY CHASE 


A beautifully 

home. 

large dinin 
lat 1) 


3-3928 


maintained 


fireplace. oe a 
wll \— 
oe bi 4% Sen 


: 70444, ati me 
KENSINGTON PKWY, 
Beau. Split Level 
Only $23,950 


corner jot, bik 


recreation te a4 
storage room. hot ~water bead. 
Landsca 


"De. 


j. WESLEY BUCHANAN, INC. | 
Perpetual Bids. Bethesda 

lL, 6-3400 16566 | 

~ @ —aturdy older | 
Rd. Sho 


', 
' 
a 
Brookville 
ail modernized and 
in 00d taste: spa- 
cious entrance hall: let floor pow- | 


- 


rport a 
home 7 th” et ~- 


0. Mz... Gar gon, 


6, 
f. 1 FREDERICK W. BERENS 
§-7800 eves ‘stam L. uw BA. 8-000 


a i 


-bedrm. brick bowse 


ROCK CREEK HILLS 
9900 E. BEXHILL DR. 
CUSTOM SPLIT LEVEL 

OPEN SUN., 12 ‘TIL DARK 


of this new unusual) 
orasy 


KENSINGTON 


AREA 
BRICK RAMBLER 


and assume $)1,- 


ase Circle bus 
YOU'RE IN LUCK 
by assuming this $13,500, 


«“ room, pancied recreatioy 
room 15'2x30 with fireplace, mai 

facilities: 2-car built-in earaee, 
n many other appointments 
peneinates Passe? on ae ——- 


£ 


9900 «a 
Hankey ane 5 RUCTI 
. 


patio, 


arochial 


ransp. $16,500 ‘Excellent terms, | 


PAINT IT 
Yourself on inside and save on! 
this 4 bedroom, bath Cape Cod 
with full bemt, and screened porch 
wooded corner lot: walk to schools 


ROC KY Te $11.950 8950 4n en 
on 


older GARRETT PARK ESTATES ean | 


irm. rambie \-acre 
H. and Naval Hosp 
md ay oem extras. 


Im- 


etc. GI and FHA appraised, $16,500 | 
ge) in- 


Owner anxious te 
KIDDIES CAN 
Play tn recreation center down the! BONAN wk ARTY 
street when you live im this clean’ 
bedroom rambler with bares i no an sk fest oad. . 
fully equipped kitchen, pull-down | ROCKVILLE. 914 Maple Ave., frame 


stairway to attic te er! 
utility room. GI. nm. $86) 
® month. or terma to non GT | 
1) 55-4900 10615 Conn. Ave 
KRENSINGTON...4 bedrooms. 2 bed- 
roome and tile bath up. 2 bedrooma'! 


clud 
com pletely fenced” 


full Soossned. 
HUGGINS & HARRISON, INC. Oe 


Directions 


Maple ave 
Cushman sign 


. woo 

sale déliver 
July. "OI sppraised Por details. call 
HO. 2-6920 RE. 7-6650. Mr ma en 
Woed. CO OLONIAL INVESTMENT BoC KVILL B—Vacan: 7 mm. 
* or will jease with 
option “7 ‘ar, ige _ shade trees; 


ng? everythin OL. 23-1613 
Con & 60. KC. 
Kx earn eook Forest. 


OLNEY. MD. — jonall y beau- 


amebure Villace 


n ; 
‘Jowely | 
Ww. | 


, fireplace and bay window in| 


roonm and bath 24 2 rooms 


Jy. 
roughed-in on 34 floor This la the ROA) olonial 
perlact.hame._beau! fully a enirepce ail tatoh gor 
Hs acreen 


$25.95 ’ i petroon room. 
conies, reation room. “Owner ansitered. 
3 JU. 09-8705 


detail. 
TSON 
L. 2-212 


epoca. ; 
A 
_ Wis, ‘Ave. 


G 
7936 


PRINCE Gt 


EORGES 


MONTGOMERY 
COUNTIES 


4 SILVER SPRING — 


+ SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD. 
eet 


nat. ING—3-bedr 
eG Mee a 


mt. Ry 


ram- 
OOD. 
+6440, 


OL. 
Blin © 
OHN R | 
SILVER _SPRING—spaciou ous, grees 
pelt 3-hed mbler near Mont 
air: 


2 baths, "Pull. size GE eauip 
kit. din. rm. = bos dU 0584. 
. ow 


FF 


on .~ Bg $10... 
950 ORZENDOR- 


1581. 


ttrective bric 
rambiers with 2 th 


| with bemt.; 
950 and $11 


det. & brick: co 
$17,000. _ JU. 5-1704 


s 
Double ‘jot; iw. 5-: 
LGAINS—Exce!- 
room 


TAKOMA PARK BA 


eat 
528. Colonial 


. ms 
living room. separate dining ay 
kitchen. recreation room: aluminum 
storm window and doors. Call RE 
7-€650 til & p . COLONIAL 


Bana de BS: 
ul 9, 


PARK, MD. F108 
close-in location 

a 
rooms, 


ows and doors 


Cc 
storm Urge ows rd 
L, x. 3 “sel. JOHN FR 


move in; 2-bed- 
rm rambier; clean -as & Din; par- 


ADELPHI KNOLLS 
PICTURE BOOK RAMBLER 
OPEN 1-DARK 


$36,999: oon ’ price ramble 
AIR- oo ag Le 
' open 


cellent condition FHA or Gi ac- 
abie 
DRIVE out Risse rd pane, Univer: | 
ty iape to Lecanon igh 
= te our “een sien at it 


5000 Conn. Ave 


AVON DALE 


CHOICE CORNER LOCATION 
2% BATHS 


OPEN SUN TO 48s Of 
BY APPOINTMENT 
ist very i q 
sised din. rm 
oo ana til 


a 


breere- 
te gar age fenced 
ard 
2012 WOODREEVE RD. 
672.950. terms of mary trade. Cony 
and hopping, Te reach 
. mane rd. te Russel) 


*"ROGE R MOSS 
>. 2-020 
UN. 46-5665 
BERKSH! RE 


RAMBLERS 
SPLIT LEVELS © 


eee apy Ete 


corner io. 
; 


home 
REALTOR 
Ey ca) x + 9292 


ight 
homes. Bros ted y ad ts 4-44 


TEMPLE HILLS 
3 BEDROOMS, DEN 


1 OR CONVENTIONAL —$16.500 


landscaped. 
ateboa wh ir 
Out Bt "Barnabas r4. to Temple =. 
ee on Fisher ré.. right te hom 
ves. ond Suns. RE. 5-615 


DISTRICT HEIGHTS 
GI OR CONVENTIONAL 


with | 


os =D | bite, bri brick 


Phin 
SHANNON & LUCHS CO. | 
me SHANN 


Open 1 to dark. 7509 Halleck ot — 
Puse jiv. rm }-si2 rr 


ane at “stop 
left to! 
use ‘Byes end , BA "0 68-8868 


G!i—$690 DOWN 
5040 W STREET 
Open 1 to dark. Bradbury Heights. | 
Modern 6-rTm. brick Cape Cod. just) 
ine: full bemet enced | 
) Dir Led 
> bik «fo house 
Eves FA 23-2687 
HILLCREST HEIGHTS | 
4 BEDROOMS 


5208-10 24th pl. Open 1 "tt dark. | 
G] of conventional—New semidet 
brick; liv. Tm 


and Buns 


SUITLAND AREA 
$1200 DOWN 


OPEN 1 TILL DARK. 2204 Wingate 
; on this 


: 
to open sign. Eves. and Suns. KR 


6-74.22 
CAPITAL VIEW REALTY CO 
WEERDAYS RE. 6-8880 _ 


BETHESDA _ 


MOST DESIRABLE 
MAPLEWOOD ESTATES 


IMMEDIATE 


OCCUPANCY 
3 AND 4 BEDROOMS 
SPLIT LEVELS 


PRICS $275.950 AND 
onventiona! 
feancing availabe 
recreation reome 
carports lar living 
eeparete dining room porches 
convenient te «chools trans. 
port then anh ping 
NOON TL DARK 
DI thee Out Wiscensina 
ave 1H 6Uand 6Rethesda 
anne "Hospital mile left of 
Vista rd. to Model Home 
INLAND CO 
_T NM. LERNER. Pres on : 7400 
BETHESDA-PARKWOO 


10108 PARKWOOD TER 


odern contemporary custom- 


t Case ave. or A ool lane te 
- Left 


in Park 
wath ta terrace. _— left te our 


or. Realty Co. 


HESDA 
SPLIT LEVEL 
OPEN, 2 TO 6 


pian with 3 bedr 
den, 


PHILLIPS 


Wo. 6-7900 


BETHESDA 
BRADLEY WOODS 
RAMBLER, BEAUTIFUL 


today. i-dark—@now 
some. on 6 
os (on ne gh street), yee bus | 
a maniac? schoo 
for the small family that Seanad | 
luxurious livin at & modest price 
tn the 20s. 3 ms for 
den 25 baths. Seautiful 
livi ing-dining room with fireplace | 
ond page screened porch adjoin-'| 
ing. de 4 tS eg -~ pisehon. 
Cadillac- = 


bright. pase nt w! 
garace a = out 

Bradley = 

son lane to Selwyn 


5 blocks beyond W1)- 
rd.. left to) 
our epan sign 
ON & LUCHS CO. 
5000 C ve RE. 7- ‘ 
Srimiba” sWEx—Ona to 
91 te EWING 


EsTw 
6709 SUNDALE 
26 959 GI Sdi5 ee mal ocr ~ 


ALFO 
7813 Olid Chester Ra. 
LIED REAL 4. sso! 


¢ Sem: skkWwYN-ADELPIT— at Powder J, WESLEY BUC 
x 


Mi ra ic 

ranch house. Lee. living rm. din- 
ing rm. den. 2 bedrms . elec. kit 

washer-dryer 

tached «arace 

trees. To reach: 

shire ave. Wm side 
Ordnance Lad. Right on Powder 
Mill te =e NK J. VO - 


”-*> 


HEVY 


MAN. 


"COUNTRY CLUB AREA 


4 BEDROOMS—MID.-20's 
Sparking new Pn home 
fever tot, tast ‘ist Theor €e 
a es aa hoor 

Zhuee "bedrooms 

large 
Lirepiace, bright 
onderful if 
N A 
5 ee inte Maryland to 


onnecticut 
‘at © church) 
right . A. ware, ieft to! 


STARINOF ON LUCHS CO. 
_So0e CONN. AVE Ave. KE _T- -1800 
CHEVY CHASE CIRCLE 
KIRKSIDE 
5503 CENTER ST. 


eatures 
sq bath on. od 
n. Open | 


r 
im & & Tine loca option 
1 TILL, BOLD. Out 


wooded | 


igned | 


an 
32-ft. | 


on 


MASS, ‘urinates wooded Brick Co- | WOODLAWN— 
| 4 BORMS., $13,200 


Brick full basement cas heat 
rch. fenced iawn. GI 5% down 


Walcroft Realtor—UN. 4-4300 
WOODSIDE PARK 


Rrick and stone Cape Cod. 4 bed- 
hs na 6h 
seges- 


’ : 
25 vear oT! 
. : 5 “wr mo 
Oven 1 til ark 
+ oye 
rT; jen 


owner 


terms. GA. 4- 8036 


ROCKVILLE 
OPEN, 2 TO 6 


1] 12 VIERS MILL 


So cd CO. 


0 Fen se. s8 8 JU 
os Kage TO 


or 


Mornings 


Gi- "$250 Dn 


} Lad egora: sed $10.750 


RD. 


ach 
COX *« Co. 


Rm.-Recr Rm. 


Laneley Pk 
y. qi 


> 
054 


. 
sumed Veterans apt 


quested 


ist Fir, Pwde 
ANGLEY PK.- 


2 vblks 
. 


HANAN 
Perpetus! Big, Bethesda. OL. 
SEAT PLEASANT £106.200 


OPEN, 2 TO 5 
603 64TH PLACE | 


INC 


4 ”) 


from 
: 


tA _Navanos | at 


LEO M. BERNS STEIN co. 


CO. 5.3533 9 "TIL 9 


3 
fee Spectacular’ 

evo Ene Davis cn ee CREER HILLS AREA 
NA. 8-0352 _ ee Ll. 20037 


SILVER SPG. CAPE COD | URGENT ! ! 


ws | Retider. due te other commitment 
2 BEDROOM EXPANDABLE eave make aon offef on his new 
Open 1-4 «ff St. Johns & Forest) custom-built Brick fambier with 
Grove Scho Brice bedrooms Pe 
expandah!i tthe rec. room, 
or 1 a . h. earport asai77 "ar 
you can't beat this ene 


1-9 


and Jones 


room. 
Beriousiy. 
pen Sunday, 
rom aan West 
(trafic 
sort = Jones 
ratiroad 
straight 
turn 
pA ty af 


BRENNEMAN 


ons Tt te Dublis 
“BERNSTEIN CO. | 

5 TH > 
$400 


co 5- pack ® open 


ai 
Oia Berea! n' on prem 4, OL 


OPEN SAT. & SUN., 1-DARK 
isting. A very spacious center- 

bal brick home pertectiy ie located | 

age rooen nf floor 

peer 


we! 
really arae 
3 bathe 24 nee 
excep tons! 


rae aie 


frections” Prom Chevy Chase Cir. 


4 Ringe! 4 og 5 blocks 


| 


Detached erick Re Rambler | 
$795 DOWN 


3- 7 detached brick 
as Gepost. 


ReALT fipesaee 


EX 
J. NELSON HUGHES 


| 


e "or 


BAUCOM, R 


| MA 8-12 


rm ome. Living rm with fire- 
piace. dining tm. kitchen, temt.. 
PRANK Jd 


Bi ee ‘ OLKMAN | 

2-099 

~ 1 Xe). _—— 
OPEN “TODAY. 1 TO 6 
9913 WOODBURN RD. 


Colonial brick heme in perfect’ 
nd 


porch. full 
eas a.-¢. heat. siuminum storm 
weave epacious lot: close to al! 
ar conveniences 
antions for offer 
vale nea 4 to 


oodburn 


= To aes LOVING 
REA 


ieIGHTS” 
5822.24TH AVE. 
$15,950 
OPEN SUN., 1 TO 5 


Large corner jot: 
ath 20-ft. liv 
with dishwasher 
hools shopping and 
p. 509 down payment; conventional) 
Out Branch eve. right an 


lent, 
A cAROZ ZA 


ro 
Colebrook at 


ave. to house = A 


U2 ete 
4 BEDRMS., 4% ACRE 


Masonry. specious, full basement 
. garage mn bus- 
and schools 
or conven- 
ps6 38th Ave 
wy 


Walcroft Realtor- eUN 4.3400 | 


KENSINGTON, MD. _ | 
4126 WARNER ST, 


OPEN 


SUN. 1 TO 6 
3 bedroom Cape Cod oniy 1 
to Kemeington 
Livingroom, 
family room, pow 


| 


t 
arner to 41296 


MW. “ROBERTSON 


(ANGLEY a 


OL. 
rea. $16.750,_ 
rea. Sif ram 


on Gu , 
Lewisdale—$750 dn.—$89 mo. 
3 Sodrms.- Pwd, Rm.——$12, 720 


SILVER SPRING 


2 a Neue pg ~ 
bric one 


GREENWOOD KNOLLS REALTY CO. 


Pati 
ge trees 
0 §-9521 
7‘ 
Bam' 


unde 
ramb 


Gl 500 appraisal 
.. firep! 


e"EREDERICK W. BERENS 
SALES, INC. _NA. 8-5000 


KIRKSIDE AREA 


r. sen ‘shops Owner. 


3-bedrm 
rambier 
| Assume 4° 
1000 ROSWELL | 
DR JU -9484 
SILVER SPRING. 
tAL, 


Owner 
Ch ery Chase Vill 
“ 


ace Park a , 
’ 5 te 


nh 
ym ; 
= 


7702 Pive : 
BU it. Neaut al 


kite 


7 at 

2 = rfect 

r garace. "bi 

Exclusive ‘brewers NS: Out 

to t to Kirkeide 
Pork ot TEL REALTORS. | 

DE 1177 


OWNER TRANSFERRED | map MARGARET J 


Genriédes 
1 -8051 bres. 


‘| 


SARD AGENCY, JU 
JU. %- 


git v rR SPRING 


UNIQUE 


3 HUGE BEDRMS. 
2% BATHS 
> FIREPLACES 
RECREATION ROOM 
$22,950, Trades Accepted 


; rs 
e pi ble and parochial echools 


£ 


2287 
CONN 
DARK Rambler: 4 bedrme..| 

. rm.. freol. din. | 
tremendous 
har <drive- 

in rear ‘y 
ers Peaetbered Tou 

must see re Owner. Ol. 4-527) 

ee bathe $15 950, 

Attr stone-fron ce 

aM Ny ing Gist. to Bt * Bernard’ ‘ andl 

ghopping 5 re oe GL or cony.| 
occuDp “T2358. | 

9595 

' 


HA 
COHER REALTY. CO AP 


VA HOMES | 
CLINTON AREA-.30 VA homes 2) 
}-bedrm 08 Coeds and 3 
rambiers o 
Danferfield. ' 
ham Redie Btation. Opem noon ti) 


PYLES REALTY CO., Inc. 


JO. 68-5800 


, mahog. paneied rec 
peat kit aut 
more ycne | 
} my Samana if Bee 407 Perth o.. Pair 
» another model orae 
a 12 6 


turn right on Coe esville rd to 
then 


ave 
Four Corners shopping center 
left on Ol4 Bladensbure rd. 2 biks 
to Brunett «st. and Pairway devel-| 
— sien: or out Old Bla dens- 
pura Be 2 bikes. past Pour Carners 
runett. iett on 
te Harding ra. « right 
ing 1 bik. to model Sly at 607 


erth pi 
LA AD 


_——=- a 


HEART OF BETHES 
4 Bedrms., 2 Baths. 
MAKE AN OFFER 
OPEN SUNDAY, 2-6 
5401 WILSON LANE 


See this outstandine bri ck berm. | 
featuring « ol 


&-9353 2.3969 


CONY. TO 
CENSUS 
Cc 


SUITLAND AREA 

aette ! ROLLING 
CPEAY ANT DD 

A“ LOAM 

feheed yard. 

schoo! 4 

DOWN PAYMENT. "5 


—- 


detached 
trans 
rt 
M- 


| eet ots Sis. 
Charming "Contemporary | inward, 
| x, Ou Wise A 
Bethesda at Old 
: n left on © 
: % bike to traffic | 
| left to 3401 


FREDERICK W. BERENS 
SALES, INC. NA, 8-5000 


Pank 
tow 
Re 


aon 


Chas. Goodman Ram bier. 

rms... huge closets 29u13 | 
with ise. fireplace 

acreened porch and patio 

kitchen 

backing up to laree| 


Lane. and our! 


rice MUST SELL 


GREENWOOD KNOLLS 


SUBDIVISION OF SPLIT-LEVELS 
SOME READY FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANY 


PRICES START AT $17,750 


LAO 


Come out and see our models, Capris, Montereys, 
and Mikedos. Some with extra baths and 4th bed- 
room. All have at least 3 bedrooms and |% baths. 
Living rooms, dining rooms and a large modern, fully 
equipped kitchens. Large multi-purpose room for 
real family living. Off-street parking, full sodded lot. 
Excellent neighborhood. School facilities good. Some 
models available with full basements. 


EXCELLENT VA, FHA and 
CONVENTIONAL FINANCING 
DIRECTIONS: Out Georgia Ave. to 13224 and 

our Open homes. 


eed, OPEN DAILY 9 A.M, TILL 9 P.M. WH. 6-6484 


' 


| 


left one short block te Park-| 
Q | 


— | 
AVE OPEN NOON 


2 ness. ' 


we Wis 
WA! 


| 


NR. INDIAN SPRING CC, 
SPLIT LEVEL—4 BEORMS 


1-4. Corner Ort. Front and 
Pover entr Livy. rm 


BRICK BUNGALOW —410.750 
OPEN, | T 


this 
Easy | 
44-4342. LO 


PAUL MUDD co | 


a ny ‘ entown RA Come see 


ice 
T 


OPEN SUN., 1 “TIL DARK 


;|LEO M. re TEIN CO.|502 APPLE GROVE RD. 


| 
| 
| 


*co 5-3533 9 “TIL 9 SILV ER SPRING 


OPEN }I- DARK 


AZEPEN WOO! 


4 BEDROOMS 


reezeway ar ¢ 
t really ac 
q e* cor 
ipped with every convenience S| 


nt Acres cr.) 


Avppie Gr ve rg. and our open 


eigen 


9921 GRAYSON AVE. 


SILVER SPRING 
' brick Colon al home 


ht _o0 , Par xiand te “Aspen 

} bik. to Ma nna 

to = ad of concret > and 

pen | WH. 6-5252 ) 
¥ ML "ER A co LO 
OPEN SUNDAY 


SPAC — by Care Cc om. 


4-A383 


ett on Grayson 


Rd. a 


to OUr OF en sien 


2017 Powder Mill 


Hl LJ ae oe F Ag 


Sat te Hewport. Mill Ra, 
"WOOD COMPANY 


'* 


SILVER GPR 
-~ OPEN. +-FALE 

NEAR TD 
bedroom orick 
couse condition 


pare °e 
New Bam pst r 
Porevte + at 


DARK 


LIN 
Ro 
2: eptiona 


—_ 
t l OHR- R sn 


. 


’ ra av r..| 
‘o Atom en to 7504 
R FOUR CORNERS 
ij es ne real comfort. A... 


is nt HOt. WATER HEAT.| 
' larae wo Le! 


jot 
DIR or it 


panes ve | 


ine 
ett 


BRADBURY HOMES 


te 


avely %+~bedr 2-«tory 
"BA onnat 

Bres 2003 
SILVER SPRING RAMBLERS 


4 


wea. — Ane pened , yard 
SEOM, REAL LTOR 
NA “4 ty 
$14,750—$950 DOWN 
Oven. 1-4. New brick No need ay 
rd 
| mm bay 
ett 2 biks. to Mapley rt 
a, offered LEO M BERNSTEIN CO 


‘. 5-3593 9 "TIL 9 ae 
is 


"ACT TODAY | 


af you west & good bric 
and bedrm 
600 


ale 
Bilswor h Dr. right 
rth 


by ZNMONT 


m. Kitchen 
2 Bedrms 


beau Aa 


$13.400. DIR 


appraised at 
gr lett 


ae ‘eo Lindell 
lo 
GEO, Ww BAU SERMAN 


JU. 9 5444 


ae 


owcer room 
oor ny onigy $17 SFE 
Bituat ed on'| 
attract ivel y landecaped | 
trees and shrubs | 
view Living | 


— — 


DUNKLEY, 
Realtor 

Ave. Bethesda. CH. 4-5400 

CHEVY CHASE—4110 Thornappie| 

st. Brick Colonia! bedrms.. 2/ 

. house needs deen- | 

; 


storage attic 
basement with finished rec. rm. de 
uxe outdoor fireplace Anchor 
fenced vard. VA appr pe s daas 
pece Georgia ave 
bieck. right en De 
hiocks. left on Cxawen et 
noon te dar 


COLONIAL INVESTMENT co. | 


OL, 4-0649.RE_ 7-4450 


. | 


te 19407 


AVE. ARFA — 4971 Allen | 


a! ; 


ra. Al- 
with 


nue porch 
930 
PARR WOOD — 4608 Saul 
brick split-level 
or rm. potential 
a ARTRUR BLVD AREA—° 7640) 
T « ‘Out facArthur! 


4 bed rms 2 


CHESTER KELLER OPEN HOUSES 


OPEN TO 6 
stone and brick Cape Cod | SILVER SPRING 


Priced far under duplication cost. | CLOS 
| 9710 Woodland Drive 
OPEN TODAY, 2106 | wn anager niche 
sie with Foepines 


SPRING SPECIALS 


4P5s 


block te Wood. | 
right te house 


BRICK RAMBLER 
GOOD LOCATION 
REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE 


9904 Portland rd. Al! large rooms. | 
Living reom. dining room. kitchen 
saree 4 —— 


> 


TEMPLE RILIA at. land. 


ouse should be see 


CAMP SPRINGS. 7309 Cool- 


9 
» Springs on Allent own rd 
i ‘Cool ridge af 


vs SPRINGS apes Betetio~ 
off old Ro 5 
A ain. 


reels. caaport 


epis 
Home in eualy eurroun 
950, 
off 


#1 
SUTTLAND., 4769 Wee ave. 
bedrm. rk 


Brine 82) 
down GOL, 
S07 NORTHWEST DRIVE | 
BURNT MILLS VILLAGE! 


Center-hall rambler, spacious 72-) 


liv “em 


laundry room, 
screened | 


cor Modern. 622.950. 


J WILLA. 6404 Gull ra 
S.ige -bedrm. brk. ramb. fire- 
pl. 3 picture windows, 3 maths. 
Pull daviight beamt. We hirhiv 


’ Temple Hill ra 
tal ave. to Gull rd. follow signs. 


ear... jot. 


TEMP! Out 


Pr 
ners to the Vu im Nett on bors th. | 
west dr 


1216 BALLARD ST 
WOODSIDE PARK 


Walking distance to Bilver Goring 
exclusive Woodside " 

heme just completed. ideal 

e family or doctor. lst floar 

room with fireplace 


OPEN ‘TTL DARK 


PYLES REALTY CO, INC, 
1814 Bilver Mili Re 
ra Fram Sitwer Hil) Firehouse 
JO. 8-5800 ‘TIL 6 P.M. 


novais, Lote. COMM. PROP. 


4 Bedrms.—-2 Full Baths 
bat giacenn gh 

This lovely landecabed 

ho rut gstone fret front os 


of Silver Spring to Ballard st.. 
igh hou 


rig to 


1604 DALE DRIVE 
WOODSIDE PARK 


Imagine a beautiful and immacu- 
late home = this exclusive neigh- 


borho of 
Colonial (rimmed ey A 
ter-hall plan: large 
or sooms on ist ” 
tha 24 floor 


ee re “ond detached garage 
Ssypenreeee and property must be 


yo 
Artistic f 


Fireplace saving. room, 
euoerare dining the 
ation is extreme! large and 


beautifully pine paneled. GI 
raised. 


OPEN, 1 TO 6 TODAY 


ciety NS: Out Colesville rd. 
our Corners te, Crastmeer, 


tian on Crestmoor bloc 
stmoor, left on Eastmoor to tn- 
tersection at Lynnmoor, continue 


11503 HIGBY ST. 
WHEATON HILLS 


hing machin 
nt. Convenient 
$1 —. oe 
nanci 


rational 
Raat Wastes qhnohig cer 


CHESTER H. KELLER 
tor dU. 6-7100 


” 


E 

penite grerrom gran te | 
BAUCOM REALTOR | xc: 
68-1260 Bres., RA. 35-2008 


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rent all ANNY | 
4-0069, Colonial In- 


a — inf 
: 12.980. 3-bedroom | 


; choo ' 
ARTY. LA). 5-5052. If no ana. | 


fi | 5.7784.) arex 
HEATON —tiC 6. GI bareains 
S750 down 3 bedrooms : 


-i8i2. Colonial | 


Ave. Pstates | 
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$550 drm 


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WHEATON ARPA 
NR. ST. CATHERINE’S 
CUBTOM BUILT. 3-bedrm. brick! 
rambler. full basement large cor- 


condition: as- 
l biock 


lonial Investment 


an) herit Fig » 
5-1813. oxtenia) 4, 


WHEATON 


$11,500 


Full Basement 
excellent neigh 
| Catherine ‘s 
room acTrefn 
enmced jot GI ap- | 
co. 


LO #8383 


BRICK HOME 
borhood near 
separate § dinin 
porch. Anchor 


ay Parkside Theat 7. gv 
WHEATON 
mb 7 


welcome 
3380 
goo . bedrm br 
fenced var a: 
payment . 
PITZiG. LO 
4.0069. Colonial Investment Co 
W He ATON SARGAIN—GT approved | 
at 815 Own . will s at 
sie 


+56 
enial; 72 
Oni 6750 do 


mo. 


ei 
+ tr cx Co + 
Laree jot 


aasume 
{ doe 72: 
ayments $00 call .foor 
T. LO. 4-0066, C oniel | 
Investmen? Co Mie. 
WHEATON —By owner. 3-bedroom 
bri ae pomeies. emt.: fenced yard. 
1 block te ¢ proche to Romse. 
and biel ° eat 
High 
400. WH. 6- 
WurAToN né. 
Cape Cod: full bare. : 
yard; assume 


o- 
corner sence 

—_ 
0068. Co 


+o4 As ; 
Louis RUDDEN. “TU. 


vases ELSE 
macuiate es)! 


Kessinerr 


room and ‘playroom and an 
usually designed screened porch 
.. Ey eee | 17.500. 00. Gi sp- 


‘ONE ACRE 


tn Chevy Chase View. Three-bed- 

om custom ‘frame rambier —_ 
room hes fren 

sual cadinet sass 


' 


Laundry 
in Desement. Orchard 
Dp 


section cleared for garden 
ayy and terrifie potential 


2.500 
JAMES C CONLEY & CO.) 
_ 9525 Georgia Ave, JU. 59-4136 | 
SPLIT LEVEL 
OPEN, 1 TO 6 
6102 KIRBY RD. 


In Landon Village. Bethesda Aa 
amazing value awaits your inspec- 


at 


ond ‘cathedral eelling, 
room. sil electric 
dishwasher disposal 
Offered fer $22 950. 
oricimal cost for quick saie 
wportunity for a serious 


Bradiey bivd. te 
jeft to Marbury. 
right to our 


r 
Out 


: iam us 
RUTH anne PAGE CO OL, 6-4211 


For Sale By Owner 
Desirable Westhaven Bpacious 


double jiving rm. everiooking park. | 
gg din 


ms 
shower $31 
un. 1-5 


DIR 
approx. “% mi. be 
‘and Circle. rt. y B. ppecuviow drive 
5102. OL. 2-905 


uf SURE TO skE ‘bis attractive 
brick bedrooms and 1‘, baths: / 
just ott River rd.; close-in; «ame- 
room patio: price, $25.950 modest 
cash payment 
°0 vears available 
Lee CRANDALL 


LUXURY LIVING 


TULIP HILL 
MASS. AVE. ecreNceD 
$37,500 
5701 BENT BRANCH ROAD 
OPEN SUN., | JO ae 


Ap excellent 
per, eo by 


day. Your inspection 

merits your con- 

ideration. long term 
nencins | nee 


Vest land ees leh rs Rest 


ETT 


SALE SUBURB. 


- y 

t 0 

oltieg Daal Ms 
eure 124 busi 


“ $—_New brick 
30-yr. er ee. 
taxes 


Ay on down 
5 ES tag {Pe. plus 
rm. call many ala” oe a tes 
ally tii 


ures. Open 

are. TE ce * — 
HILLCREST “HEIGHTS 
2508 COLEBROOK DR. 


uced in price. Owner ratte 
ferred -bedrms,, Viv % - 
man Ao A hy 1 h 
nced r. yard. Por a; 


47-9377 


1 
rdon, LO, §-2196; WH. 
cK W. BERENS 
1722 L St. NW. sd. 8 -5000 
vanes RIGHT—Charmin 
| ee Aes She hteset 
y 

rd . Ave. silver Boring, Md. 

13 BDRMS.—114 BATHS 

| fe APPROVED—415,500. Liv. ; 

irep!.. family-size dining rm. ‘ee, 

kit.. conv . schools, shopping and | 

bus. Call AGENCY, | 

| it 6 TU. -9-6585. Office open 10 

609 PHILADELPHIA AVENUE 
TAKOMA PARK, MD. PHA or Vj 
{9 Ae pg — gy oe Cream VICTOR 


Por ae “family 7. 
ngie duUNCA.- 


Price jess 


LE—GT pparoved ez ne 

redecorated 2 bed 
' “rp? atts 
ate 


. y-- 4 " — 

hy 5 roe: went. ; 

range, sefric. e 

*» per, bus by door Ass =e 
i fook $1800 de 


40 =8-66500, 8) 


. “Pres 
pe, 208 FRANKLIN AVE. Wr. Tndien 


. | 713 
copnewedi $14 | New 


brick | 


: 


nt 
2 erat BRICK BUNGALOW— 
B eat as . 


| ANDREWS: SUYFLAND AREA— Frise | 


CHEVERL 
lee... lot 
din 


OPEN SUNDAY 


acres, eaplit 


AD. 2-2100 ete 
2-5933 
| LANGLEY of ABE 


neu , 
acant. 615,500. 


RA) eP — 
re BRIC G 

1EN GAS 
$13,500. 


WiLL GO Pe 
HUGH T. PECK 6400 
MICHIGAN HILLS RAMBLER 
5407 14TH AVE. 


= 
SY OWNER—Aiiver dpring-Wood- : 
side Forest. GI or nf T, 

3 bedrm 


screened porch 
e-acre wood. 
t euick! JU. &- 


OPEN i “TIL DARK nf 


$13.450— 3211 EDGEWOOD RD | 
LENGINOTON. 2 soerms.. Calif. | 
stvie ram lige. itv om - | 
plete kit den patio wi th firep! 
garace. Assume GI joan, small dn 
monthivy $74 


adae 
ponsce lot. Ac 


£0 home 
JOSEPH ra BRUNO, INC. 
ST. 3-3320 or Eves. RA 4- 2805 

i is waking distance from 
this 6-room ck Co omial home 


57. 300-~)9 by REL DR 
Close.t a) pr Beant 4 ors gen im Ty ‘com pany-size 


‘Ang 
~—W ’ 
negate * fall! 
: ar. Mec cht’s b 
uT 
Country Club This baths 
¢ has 4 bedrm 
kit.. rec. Tm Nice lot 


Spring C ont 
standing hom 
rm., din. rm 


VICTOR 
eta 


newly iisted 


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12905 FLA 
> Charming é- bedrm Cape! 


aL CO. WA 
Lis EAENES. ot Ba. én . SDDr. 
) " pilus den, 
~ end garage; 


-bed. 
enced 


; ym. 
Louis MILLER. “MEAL TOR 
wT. RAINIER This 


shopping and transp. 
. BRYER & CO INC 
-80 


RA. 6-7465 
~ $600 DN.—GI 
$74 MO. INC.—$11,950 


>. bdrm ranch home on ige. cor-| 
lot beaut womewese jo! n-| 

ne ge payer. | —. sch] 
si w/ain ‘ 
oo — st vie ae att ‘ — ae. 
102 Mr Gordon, LO. §-2196, 


_ FREDERICK W. BERENS 
NW NA. 8- 


“House & Apt. 
; %4-ACRE—$14, $56 | screened porch 


A wonderful 3 bedroom home with Vea 
very large kitchen, fireplace and RIVE 
* ~~ loys grounds In addition 

is @& complete and separate 
oo “with private entr 
pnxto us te. set] or 


his 

ORAHAM e) co. 

ce YOR wh ee, POR T ree i™ 
7 In TODAY MAR- rb 

KET? IF 60. CALL US TOD a he SALE, MD 


oa a .~ <M wi 
. 


Levels 
™m. ry — a! PA = cor 


ie ist 
WH 
7 


7” 


PA 00D) 


Ri 
aus oppe ' ty 
ime 814.800 GI 


your terme 
JU. §-6550. 


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Setrme 


| ee s BAY ~ pr 3 
liv full @i rm oh 

‘ “and Desessl } 
with close to — 


ry har 
shonpipg center Assume Gi js 


wall 
and freplace im iv. rm 
in new house cond. $16.9 


PENCER —Lee 


th. Ns 


A 
vA in ‘pore hs 
koe "OEORGES REALTY so 


rpetin 
dryer : On ae | 


AUBURN AVE.—% 
Hamopehire Ave.: 
Dutch Colonial. 

din. rm. Kit.: 2 
ished rooms . Bayt 
carege on 7, 


LEO A aaver a co. In 
Iv 033 MRS WILLS RA | 


WIDE OPEN SPACES 
BURTONSVILLE 


We have a wide selection of homes 
in this area wi am easy commut 
tarre * 
A perfect oem 
3 edrooms 


HUGH T. Pick. HE 


Ope Ril IB GT $600 DN. ° 
: ad ; = 4 ’ - 
2-car heated Cane Cod Ren. 

» ¢ 


465 


on i. acre (.: ty 4 
a. Eons, Saparess| BOSW md. CO. WA 
rear porches, full basement, ga- 


500 

,0t 
oe Ff 
Wiest hd wait as Se 
ve 


r oe Ss. oF non 
sis “i50 Bran @ new suoerbiy-bu 
brie rambler with garace, porch. 

‘ ner on 4-acre 
Por many more homes euild ing 
joie and acreage tn this area. call 


EF. BLANCHARD, Realtor | 
JU. 8-8600 EU. 4-5006 |" 


CRONE Montgomery County loca- 
1500 cash down and assume 

is eek with onivy 808 

total pawrment: 3-bed 

op jarge corner lot 
piace Ca MANNY 

4-0089. Colon! al Investment 

MANOR CLUB—<« truly exceptional 
pacious rambler on & ac! 
unusual foosures co 

uncer 830.0 ro. appt. 

DEV ELOPM EN §-24655 


Prince aoe County 
pig 


and stone. bemt: 


near Lansbureh's— 
eon 

looking Hoy 
livin ' . Therm 
throughout 
carpeting 

whet 6s 


Acreace 
ESTATE 

Open Eves. 

4-012 

4 


rm 
mopane windows “us Lots. F 
wall-to-wall LAROCHELLE REAL 
fireplace L.. £ 7124 Mar! bore Pik 
Pw i h ~-7488 . 4] 


darkrm By owner, fyi 5 Br 


save Cod Cai 12.9 
Mm: roushed 34 


have aN ley ely 4-bedrm 
pd 


fait wes bam 
lot aa 
yment 


to Narragansett 
'o 9500 open 
D a 
BRADBL ay eYGHTS Nr | 
Det white as sbest< 
shinale ‘puncalow. 2 ‘bedr rm 
oll h.- bh: laree level jot 
Hartman Realty, Inc., LU 


wi. eis ah 4 


Ja me's 
, oe 
Ab.. 
oversized ot 


- ded ar. & 
L.. 
rm pd. & 
sped bemt * : 
offer RINCE see ORG OFS Pi ROR. 
Apt as fr BRICK RA Wk LERS 
PANORAMA Dh A POTC 5M AC 


Lees than 2 years old. on 
level lot, Mull basement. Hy 
rm. with picture window a 
place. 2-car 
ne — 

twin sine ar 
boihs We nea seen nothi 
end either ioecation 
Getails call MRE COX | 
T. 3-7358 ATLAR REAL he 

hy rated 

$450 dn 


eearm 


P ef 
Hh A ino TK yf omen 
rhi er 
CHEVERLY ab ee vats 
: 1 by -story Uk gy 5 bed. 
; ». kit... tile 
in — 3044. eer 


sash. EX 
a Garivle de 
77-5000, WA 


cining rm 

h, r 
ee ‘ 
Kai, Beal WA. 


Y.-3 lee. bedrms. on 
fireplace. poet. wind. 


Tt 


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r* be 


it 
st 
thi 


t co 
ne 


re ey * 
kit 


Pa Wy. rm. ho %< 
Gath wn. 879 


waik- out i entr.; sere at wi 


and pranse si000 ¢ 
per mo med. occups: 
. Cc 


ak. Cc C: mn ley 


anc ible 
” ealy > biks, 
us -* stores, 


RACE 


. pemetion, full dine 
bem 


ing fr eap 
loneod ‘lot 
5% dn. end pay 
"terms, to qualities Vet. 
peter | MATHIA 


CO. 


7-0611 Call “til & om 
OUTSTANDING 
NEW SPLIT LEVELS 
NO DOWN PAYMENT 


TTO VETS 
bedrooms. family-«ised 


separate einige room. — 
on Aad nis y sinaee 
one pit a, — 
| ia: * olaas re | ‘etn’ 
ALLEN & ROCKS, ner 

‘| ST. 3.0505 | LO. 7.7714 

es a oi ge 


Gen 


WA 


Mie 


Cape Cod, 
obits, 


me i> e xan ible 


ca 
el 
Prudential 


very clean, many 


beet een ; 


3 laree 
kitchen, 
and pow 

ent; =o 
a 


s *f m ria : . ‘y * 0 = la 


. ; 
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MA YLAND | Pe. ES . “Teen —— _--— _ eR TO! | Sunday, ebruary 26, 136 Dil as 


ALEXANDRIA ALEXANDRIA _ A f atcar tea nen : eee we 
Prince Georges Count ALEXANDRIA AR®A | Monticello Park ¢ rea; rhea SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. 
eats. Joan. 3-4edrs RNC KS get Sot BEST BUYS $22,500 | Fhcnen ah “aitealbet “tunes! = WESTOVER mR. | 387 000 


ne gon | San wreaktect space; mas . 
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~ 338 | ‘ gree 3 Bedrms., Den, 2 Baths =| A REAL VALUE for this ex am ist Moor; 2 bedi _ Location Counts ores STON, vA. |. Daily 
ng center. $1 For only, ,_poa00 you can set this fe forgot to include . 2 or Basement Rec. Rm peoees oo ” OO Mg IM apsemen th | oo SAT. & SUN 
«207 a] dD . : = » > . 1d é pak t) ; 
i Pah OL. 4-2073. Mon. at 2-story. 2- . brick and shingle Gere ire thie beat bey of alll ’ eeene:: deetenall 2 : | a rr ryer_ inclu “dedi atthe} OPEN, 1 TO DARK 1909 N, DANVILLE sf. 
CSTONTAT LANG 1 il lesa 2- y brick and shi ngie, with eating apace: . , 7 | 
K 


: hy GI of $20 

one > 

, Livine rm. with f fenced yard ev of featuring 3 isive (GORDIN MENBIC This wees T-rm. modern brick 
os —_ + fast ” “oualified | » : in. rm.. D rm.: cheice locatio: a! be at) TY CORP. 80 If you are seeking an ex- home. 


near school. Gl ap- | Foe me kite Haven Country C 16.8 Bw La ig ee RLEXANDRIA—Helle one en ick | cont nome eth " means quicker sales 


ach 8,000 100T; . sora. A oa ol'Y ; Pr LOT with ; . well constructed, 


; in on i cated 
firve : rh - ” * . 
Yernon Ave cash required. By “sHOV WN BY ’ 


APPC MENT " ‘ . a borhood, : , kit a hae for Washington Post and 
’ rw “ K \ ye 8- 0777 off, open sun ners BEATTY "CO 4 Bis ; fully a iy distance or © : cue, plemts resis and flowers ete | ’ 
Barres BRICK r x | eliable b ade he M. H. BARRY, Org. | | REAL TORS KI. 9. 1400 ; n wil : ‘bedrms and scueels and treaspertatiee. 
4 ! | ANDRIA AREA Mt. Vernon Ave, Alex Va. | $300 DOWN. GI hs, Ful vt w. bh “=: Res gy By 
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results 


schools and transportation lovely large iot: Times Herald classified ad- 
re 


e | &. i porch. as 4 | ‘doe . * vertisers. To place your ad 
own Old Reliable Office 4 BEDRMS., 2 BATHS Priced hele marke: value , "a bedemi, end tied | t to you. | ee 


hf a ' ! . 750 00 The a ; ; 1.50 ve OORDIN 
picture window equip Kitchen Woodlawn | ALEX.—s400 down GI eel Gniz see ment Save ail; ALEXANDR lA (ENSH REALTY CORP. BO. 5- ' hi d «i h ur G 

housewife 's drea: me ; " os rm. brick semidet to Pentagon and Fort Belvo ireplace | @nd sien On right. T regan on 
ample closets. bat h Pull base. “~~ 2 ak i. ; A, ~ , oO} pone Laree screened ‘port h ' buses achoo!s shoppine ° A R A HEATING ‘BILL "$70 PF premises. Phone 
m wide st to TW ‘=a ", | & nel. 1 : . nea Mt Vernon parkway, YEAR. $17 


tic DON'T W AYE ae ty > iy ‘1, ‘Dal se ol 7 lee $14.850 ARI ange ON - Directions Out Washington | LEGUM &, GERBER 
ns, LA. 6-3897 HU. ; "$230" 5 x Loftive Priced below mark Kl, 8-0777 24-HR, phone ¢ ] 4, 850 Gl MILL lIONAIRES i tins . to. fe, Renthworth an. EM. 2-9000 3315 Conn, Ave. NW REpublic y 234 
CHAPMAN REALTY Co own | FEO of, egnventions! 3 ne Bi eed not bother to read this nt on Keni) 
REBUCED—FORGUICK BALE) | Silas” Eatye “earned "nitchen through Alex..4/10 mi" pass itunt-| PORCH and PATIO <M e. ® i | GEORGE H RUCKER CO.’ ARLINGTON FOREST 
. ¥ A 4 an oe “at bot chen ap ole pai oo aie ~~ .08@ , yes OT ae =. & ae oe me he R. eats ) LARGE SIZE 
Bt vet: Low down | be ALEX.—SPECIAL eran aig wae ig mor Ye. eb eS ES | $16,500 
River i "GEORGES “PRorentiaa "B , Ww y¢ bs en 4 BEDROOMS patio. m ciren, $14-800 6) SEDERICK W REREN eich. besutitults, shrun ARLINGTON. Sony. te tchoole ama| Pris ,ealenial in top condition. | ci 
7.9 S 0 Dp Tire: P builder ce ; yan ‘ a } yw @ j rol, rms full i mer om ’ be appre- Sane God 
4 ACRES — ~~ | Huntington—GI, $10.250. VA ap pie ’ Phis is a ree 7 A | ne 0777 ‘Off. open oun ~ - Co 9. Immediat ; , o rte toma ra | oa en Da | mes, 5 


praised fer $i 500 Vacant erics ’ : : : . ‘ , ne ; nmediate on io REAL ry. JA R.1878 ia =| ‘4 mming poo membership. a. ai) 
det Immaculate cond rm ‘th firs . + . A IN APEDS . Jonn Chaoman 
ony $8990 be oe - B rag, mnie Arepiaes, veal! BROOKS REALTY CO LIN HALL Onn ipman & 3 _ ARLINGTON Malcoim, JK. 7-3024) ws * aod eu i 
PRUIT TREES GARDEN euriume: ¢ i} — 4 S Winineenn On -Biee We ‘a oe Hwy, Arl, Va.. JE 3 Brick; 2 bedrms., bath. 20-ft. tv. ii N eart Un ines on street. 
Tou Cont b Ki, 8-O777. Evés. & Sun, BO. &-83 m ‘. (N.). MADISON MANOR. i6) anon: tah basmnent wae ae| TOME WITH ‘INCOME | 
ae . | on oT. fis | ‘ | % ; ‘a ' Bric | oe “ : rm ree fenced var Rolld det . and bath 
‘LE XANDRIA—2 ~bedrm ‘ . Seu — ‘ ; . . best bu u a. on! y 413.500 Today 5 lat 
4 - - _ ~ a _ 


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You don’t to be a veteran.) Town g Cumaty Builders iown and assume 4% GI joan.| fmol membership. Guaranter ren, ite figor in ham Arledge Real Estate Corp. | *¢ i: on to 13th. i 
: OV. 3-0319 i 0 at ag VORDIN MENSH p ease at only $14. Lo. | sed at 918.9 ; (| 2533 Wilson Bivd.. Arlinaton, ys MUST | we atin 
67 3 A 4448 . JE. 4-40 pacennen JA. 2-0198 “Continued on Vellowtas Pasa ~* 


SL 
SALE SUBURS. HOUSES 67VA. 
VIRGINIA 


NO 21 sat : } 
FREDERICK 'W. BERENS Sy porch. ' Pull ote 
SALES INC. NA. 8-5000 
sites GY APPR —S~ down. 5708 New 
Dist Ave w. re s. Mod. rambd ; 
Anchor fen lose to renwtinins rambiers nearing com- 
3500. Eves. HE 4-539 N »0-ft 
WW. Lewis " 
IN CHEVERLY 
Next to Parkway 
OR roles gd A who ar ° 
i find 


: 9 
: ig bedrooms up. Vist! chaser 
= office. 5813 Landover Rd... fe BELL REALTY CO. 
ys ‘ 
515 Wrth : “ . 7 
_ DOUG M. SMILEY | xz “iiaed o Bt. Alex. Va. 
4-8260 RVEA. AP Ted 
ALEXANDRIA 
ey / PER MONTH caune Aen ene Bond, alee 
INCLUDES every’ hing, with . 
S$ years. old, fer Small, Cute Bungalow 
WHICH HAS BREEN APPROV. GI 
bedrms ving rm. with fire 


ALEXANDRIA 


Ack Toe' Roane Oompicialy eter: PENOTOR BLVD AIRPAX, LUXURY RAMBLER SPLIT LEVEL 
stated. Near pub, schoo's GI loan Se GENRE, ban tee eee : “d | ARLINGTON 72x34 RAMBLERS 


: BELLE HAVEN ms LARGE Heat : | : seats aie Style Conscious? 
AIR 2-car garac TH 1! T+. , winlinat  atuaieaktam moan , — t the ned | WELL, ALL RIGHT. here's @ truly 
REE "RAC “AND: DEN level lot “tl ’ , is / DIR Oat A ne > or ; sce | : — Led . Wo w + c -| from 81 D to $22.7K The best) : ~ ‘yt bri . 
PLUS ma. ai nd dining area. fuily equipped) OPEN ‘TIL 6 P. M tte. : Manes ineied. kit, 1 : : * out . 
: ay i ee Ben SR Waening morn Everybody is rushy io eee ° . 
$13.2 iho "Or 4% oud 4 n apes all rm be util fay or, $ an’! wned ' ' to a . ; veni¢ } yipoint stainies : ' 8 : mnt t a4 t. North and 
"BURCH REALTY CO. - (GL joes. o7 . oe * own a < olf — look ne we Be|t» . € Vi ULMORE we vm - & : | : ' ; itt ™ ny : : BerteR i HOMES REALTY 
[ REALTY CORP alex fr ® a ectior a ARLINGTON NORTH . —e/ ’ . ™. besutiful oa tel tile bat » 2 other Realtors . uy A._ 93-9909 

OPEN, 2 TO 5 Levels, beicts | eaktast space. nd cdrme.. 1bni8, master bedrm. has SMALL ESTATE 

ALEXANDRIA e- — prem . Country Club Hills :, , , 1 g. 4 we, Stel. Fm.: gue radiant - 


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i $13. 7507 DEL RAY—$11 500 | reece room. 3 | 4- 3231 No. Albemarle St (XN BY APPOINTMEN -o> =» GEORGE, Roster isn 
Open Sunday, 1 ‘til Parent inthe Tm. rit tek fi ‘¥ ne “tn” | Rome of wantin ead Beste En p tern P 4 COL. | a hows 


- ~ house made of euali mat : able a ha . K possess ion 
CAAD TOA! PIKE and Glebe Ra ores , 
1611 Dayton Rd ’ ws , Compirete OC ait wi) 


‘axe new cat in superb North 
ng wi ; 


sseet count too one Desens 
: se 8 Dickerson & Osler, Inc. | $319 Down 
f st. BL ARKENSRI > REAL Ee. Next to Post Offic Se Gules Veterans 
ebe fF rig! ATF. JA 8-04 Leesburg 446 DIR EC TIO 
Geoneteensy eink bb BEAUTIFUL MANTUA , STONE CAPE COD | iS "¢ 
RIVERWOOD AREA | . RAMBLER OPEN TODAY 1-5 
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ALTYC 3724 NELLIE CUSTIS DR.| 3 | RANCH STYLE | fi beat eehseaisge in| 0% dite OUR Gres 
BELL RE 1 y O ' m : 5D / ‘ » WOODED * “ j laree pocrrr ne. Or ; 

is w . foot ri ; _ , r Al KAI gies >a aan ‘Gl eae ‘Will se- | E. 

vihe # Alex ae flo n NORA & ; , n 


‘ Realtors : s : J Pp : 
Ki so - * | cia tall ‘besement ett EAL RAMBLER! OPEN, | FO DARK take Mt 135 te. Vienna, 10h "ox 
AL x AN RIA : t -» = OPEN | Pp WM if you looking for that ¥on- Court house rd » *y ie 
“YATES GARDENS” ul Living m , | PALES CHURCH , . >) sre ' . pouse 0% ) he city Richardson . “Hall, Inc Lightful’ 


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be Contry ¥6 A 7-42 233 : > ROYA ST : -. es ' * avallabe ~ * a N ° , ’ + - © ‘ © BS. i588 Rad io Bigs LA 1-8! o* Lil 2 
You NT a LESS ~ . wmalified buyer G ; : featy real 
aT tae G0 bewer : ; HATE, JA. 8.7220 | vqeniitmmor | od cabiae's and| center entrance hail, large l- HANDY MAN'S SPECIAL 
2 bie. bedroom OPEN SUNDAY, 2 To 5 _CMATEL, 133 . + pe rm. with Arepiee 


ot -wetes heat be rick hy - -" rinih 
JAMES C ee ae sp. 7.8 293 ing rm. 4 a tm. kitch- a meee. s-see rh Ps Of '? enret WINN! 
aiken TeaNisreRitB Bing thas fisted cits | been, feduced. te. 090.300 Livi pen oday arts SO | , se : 
, ut wt iT i t ing } BEDR 3s BAT _E- . ; : ; ty 
: t’s A Dilly . ez Mare $ to 942 and | Boot : euaineein| fire room, dints 

“$16, 985 : STON REALTY | Directions: out artington miva. | has brick. Breviace, Shade trees| ing onto secluded screened por 

i wieitewuse RT —i8e-1 , | } we FE A, Oe ng fenced rear yard Spacious level jot, GI APPROVE 


4 

’ = "8 OOO 
A Son ; ‘ # P > Wight Schaal rae on . " . 
| Baker & »O € - Ce . : . ‘ ; : ' . Ber r. tur left an‘ eon- Th + wick. 


$08 N. Washington Bt. ——KLEXANORIA a rae : wae : RM. RANCHER | lines ie 24 peu ae ACRIFICE NDCKA! 
YATES GARDENS = ohn “aeend : é; supe ' ; _ Rt $15.950 OPEN 
X.. Va ten Te ee ~=OOPREN TODAY, 2 TO 5 Wester . I CON VENTE? fo NEW . or | GEORGE Ht. RUCKER CO Ouner says sent | his 3-bed- 

750° S. ROYAL ST. Hone alee B | ie. &* Yomnnse sa Sashes; Ha we" sBhios | Reauriful pydle Valley eithi BETTER NOT 


RAMBL 


CO. INC 


<P 


230 | m Gbenricd —_— . ini: - es ral ii bDriek town house 
nent Mi : ; . TR ne } bedrms. 2 dathe 


REALTOR. uN “48260. Eres cee she ee ior.) Santee ee ene reret oe f Nos . Or my ore cD PEA! 7 f “Last Chance’ 
ty Po | agabe, arraaeed Bale 87 p30 ; ON. REAL’ i oe ne gent) CLOSE IN 2 
S 7 . — : . , , , g SPRINGS No dn. pay ment—G! y ,, SUNSET Real ry 5 we 
CHAS 4 vidoe, INC. Yer 5 : () COl APORAR) 3 BEORMS. Air-Conditioned Rambier 
eh Ale 445 | '6 So. Wayne 5: : | $27 1¥2 BATHS 
Beverly Hills beep lot, detached saree 1 | : ) Full Basement 
808 GRANDVIEW DR mi. salousied 4 x Lak: ) ; eer we sen tome 


Open Today. 


See TH! 


new & 


Ja , L Just ff - 2 4p Be noun gy ww = . URG } ‘ od 
hy BL” : 7 Y , 8.42920 | : ras rat ning 4 2) —$ {Ce vu, S. A Rew er SPRINGFIELD 
closet doors —_—_ . —— ; C ind ; 
iy $13.425, 8650 dn ALEKANORIK | very eas | oar | | ame 
“pRoPentina. AP 7. | Seminary Hill Wharton \ Potter, Inc. COME "ONE. COME ALL tt to Post 4 rh SPRINGFIE! . ES REALTY INVESTMENT 


— vel tract a4ioining ss maT ‘ St iT Wilson B JA. 7-9020. 


Tr wo ’ , 00! AP " , t ~ EN-——2 BATHS 
menutene Wek baaeen’ seeds for Lip ifs nase eres. : “ALEX ~NEW CMART ° bie brick, custom . me Ww AMINE FNP Pelemtal ¢ Custom Rambler 


occupency in Rogers Hetehts Mad. | protected 


VA sonrored price. $18 Soe - ea , aren, mal ter Open, 12 Til Dark | whe eB ires um. store a be re : | ‘ pees Near Chain Bridg e ONLY ] LEFT a = ’ ri CABLE 


RLINGTO 


i win 
VA “approved $9059 
9.6939 


$18 500 GI 


| ty , | : Tred : be catguine ae ix". | Open Today, 1- Dark 3-BEDRM. RAMBLER) * Ne 
2 ber =a Cheaper " oo om, aut fully canine ten : ARLINGTON abt. nt : , ota : , (otel N-SE : . nas aa Te ; Plus 1000 Square Feet “OPEN 
oti ange Ma ppaeag ne ss ' we nk ose be COUNTRY CL! “7 "Ponent | ~| baseboard | "4 eae Saat . of Daylight Bsmt. 


1 80 
S mn HOOFF_INc r00 ; me ~y ty 24 : 
taste woh J RGAIN! ; 3 oe ihe, 2 Sreote t a fantastically { 
SAERRANDRTA ~~ | Spacious closets full dry bom! 3723 ro VER ION | red J. George, Ri > M. BER . coal erke of e380. | peeeny wow Peta jonni 
Braddock Heights arse lot. 18.950. Terms. D Sew ALEX : | $14,310 eet MREPT HOILLD 


poowens: Fem, & is Braddock ' : ae . j. "Werle B chanan Inc cy ATE 
PERFECT FOR rat sirligeton te mae : OPEN SUN } TO 3 raat . : ‘ | pains te y rs as = hia TRING 


, rignt om Dogwood te wie 617.500 « ’ a ‘ — , - : 
CHILDREN Town & Country Builders a m 100s ede r Al TO! E aK : stat OPEN TO 6 P. M, ONLY $5400 INCOME 
A ts perfect Y 7 ree OV 3 0319 ave "in ene wa ¥ Glebe Manor ; ' . -YR. GI WITH MO 


PAYMENTS 
a ORE TL EXANDALA | Se", nee ee oe OPEN TODAY! vs he 7 there’ first fer this Brick, hom ONLY $72.50 


decorated ‘in. rm. and equip: gitoh om i YATES GARDENS - Baas cA — ed nm 
PRINCE ‘ . rm } , ' . mM OS fea : | : . fire rm OPEN TODAY, ! -3 
ae PROPERTIES. AP. 7-| met or-tont r yard 711 So. Pitt St hb. OR dishwasher, Disposal) } ze] na ' pete) ee ee ainetin endl Lane TAM shone 
NO EY GOWN—New home for | Tameni schools Bxcel. bus faciil- Open Sun, 2to5 
GL, : 


‘. : - * ’ é 1G ' ax ci ° 
year loan New ane vacant - rf $20. 509 Reorod etn -century ' 1 . >t dead eal ; 7 i. ‘ . Palis . Tight appr Ll mile & and follew MAPLE ILI Ls i 
Pi t Ms 1 : : - tur un To Rene H a” OLE 1 . . r . ‘ > Lot n : . ae : as , . eT) t ; n . Art 
bier: 30-day occupancy 310 ave : rm. wi Dim bedrm : Ml PAST faau GOT Ant fora g ana . . n st ’ ah :. “s! [ter on - 
pore ; “9 - 430 0 Rgiish . ¢ ‘. TO DITTMAR JD RIGS . kiteher . Greenwich 
; Mi_f2- AF 1 -$423 — ‘eard adem - Cidth| thoes Seton ied Se Rlawe| Gers § stated it XAMPLI . | Realty Investment, te CULMORE REALTY CO 


. 
oungs th Greoi right brass hardware We inv pat pection , : bemt 17 Wilson Bivd JA. 7-9020 JE. 46650 
for email! temily. He 6 per mo. pays ! | sibly priced et $17,800 TO INS T OTHE [MES CALI . 
re ter ine * & son. UN.) 0 DOW ' : Wharton a Potter Inc cm Taber aoe TE * b 


g- bai S this 3-vedrm. brick ‘Cape| KI. 9-7799 Ki, 6-251) a um < | 7 | "davlight bein D WN 
> . Tt : . Orrick ape . 4 "— la’ ey NJ . . 9 nels tm . } 
a «mall estate ‘ond aa - Cod. Pu heat BO. 9. ibs - FREDER' ~* W. BERE ARI IN sto Rt EAI ! y ’ epi . . 
aad ; ot. “StS | ADEXANDREA — SALES, IN NA. 8.5000 : ius butlt s | BE QUICK 
' local: locati new West Windsor Ave Ado« ~ Wilso ) f J 
spe Cod with } poner: ca Vacant, move right brick. _ colonial-styie §=3-bedrm sl elit te with Yes, for only $350 dn payment. quali ied vet- “AND NOT BORRY” 
mayo 204 pl ear rpee hot 3 > Tus WEE - ,2e! rere nen na. : ' sare 6 , , NT : Big meautitel 
water ery 9° i sini : t ; . ' : : . ' : og ‘ 
Priced below #30 0 000 “Bee it nos hut it POs us wen | i: with "eenerous ralne : R BRI K va : erans can move into these modern brick ram k Arizona-siyle rancher, aprawl- 
J ~a e ced- eve. yar DIRECTION : a \ inde! _ 4 
; wes: -o 8. 6220 pn wes ghrubbery gloss to Pra . werieal ot os ; blers FEATURING ” Avl location. 30- in “ue < “ ith 
—30 Mins he Meade , ee 7 a age J "Oy ‘ones dead ” . ", a 2 : er - ._* ’ ’ ~s. ~t  enorm Ht "a 8 as 
acon Hogts., Kiverdale ag Ras ALES enemy) /'./\ | a, |. T, MOTON REALTY, INC. ATES | gaulpped kitchen g bedrooms 
‘ re ae FULL, BASEMENTS 
VETS-—30-YR, LOANS axes WOODED OPEN 1 TIL DARK ! TRY P PANELED RECREATION RAMs 
, NO nt DOWN OF, OR, “age taliban | COUNTRY. PLACE COMPLETELY EQUIPPED KITCHENS | ws ae! | : 
hs, iv. rm.. dis | ° ve ACRE Extra large kitchen, extra large dining roon full OPEN TODAY |! TO 5 — SITUATED ON we Dion ax ! iBroughout grea ti me. ae s? 
; ; The Mortgage Man Fehon L..# i oper —- * 2 basement with drive-in garage, large front and rear | Reautiful setting of ' HISTORIC FAIRFAX VIRGINIA | ted ) 
t e er.’ Thy , " 


ay 
NTS TO PFORECLOSE--du y| DIRECTIONS: Out Lee hwy. right 
WA REC z- t covered. porches Just |)2 years ol Iniy 21 Also Excellent FHA and Conventional Terms on Peirfax dr. right on Wroming 


ne S). 4 larse bed 
: make & steal on this 4- $18.950—OPEN 1-6 awe . ren - |  fewet . + ™ OPEN SIGN 
S12 730 TO $12 995 prick Cape Cod. $1500 pik’: Out Columbs Pike. right minutes from Pentagon | bay PF ns oy Berge A BS DIRECTIONS: Rt, 236 from Annandale to Pairs ite ana | * © OUR OFEN Of 
pasha FOR ENT) | down end take over payments, Co a. tollow DIRECTIONS: From | 4th st. Bridee out Shirley hwy. ) SUNSET xis ee ee titan irate, % WOR tain 


signs te 611 errace Court ~ U 5. 1 to Woodbridge turn rf 3h¢ on route 123. . . Pike around circle. turn "right on 337 continue on 237 approx 2 miles Arthur >. Walters, Inc. 
outlet Tinht 200 feet sh ' 
tae ‘sign Stone Rancher 


“ ' tt. 236. turn left on 236 to and tollow SUNSET 
e  . ee N ’ . , te r nus : ¢ 
She’ dbeBR6 "Rb. 553 | Pink SRM ToockanD eer Swim. Pool ® epen house ‘ichardst : SUNSET REALTY, INC. 


2 


irectio rc oe 
ie ; ’ " rner . NW. Randoloh at Glebe JA. 7-5300 
90 ‘4 mile to drug store, turn left, follow open arrows ens. 
with a commanding 


erlooking the broad Petomac , BLOCKS All E T e 2 , ". : OPEN BY OWNER 
oV 0 7 0 : : ‘ : - 
| 20-f%. } . m s stone fire-| Same new’ ¥ aerer This ’ en , urner Lo : . 5] 5] Lee Fiwy, KE 2 4000 1 ‘TIL DARK 
VIRGINIA ace. EN 45-ft brick rambler with de luxe Woodbridge, Va 

35-FT A SCREEN — G| GE ki d\ rm 


ALEX.—3-bedrm. brick row ROOM pert ' e ot ie se Pare OPEN | TO DARK ogee ) 4756 33RD 


wooded a 
sii, 08 ST wean 47 me 7 8-123) seeves $15 500. Te st span. iF ‘igh FALLS PARK Alexandria, Virginia OPEN TODAY 


: | Country C 
ay residential tectlons | White Estat mittee REAL ope ene Sem ina ry H If | cious rs 


. s FALLS CHURCH Va ; * ‘ ine Poor-to-ce tlin ' , 
. B.. oom on on opt unit Be BnBS44. BL RARE OFFERING New Sp! t Leve S windows. 2 ts n b rm 
genes BASE me n itu i ARLINOTON ; NO MON EY DOWN ; : ur om BF ee 307 hehen reakins( area 
th 


ul! TIME PLAY GROUND” hav ) of country kwiny 6 mile 
» One fal acre lake for sewimmin ing one OPEN 1-4 3-BEDROOM RANCH.-TYPE RAMBLERS | whit suse MF | $1 9 350 
80] Cathedral Ceiling pasty ras gate EXTRA-LARGE DOUBLE BATH cs. Truly a rare listing. | EH ts 


CORP 
egiipaileataniies ‘ uge master bedroon 1 Wilh poFi- 13a24 FT 
Brnaheld .. Cas-| IN NATURAL WOOD Fin | 2 bedrms. bBrick. full bemt., ane bath and fireplace; 3 ot 6x1 . ‘ 
rick Famvier On Yo-acre| je, hes ing fun ecreened porch, level 19s Exciting new plan of better-built and better desiened hom | ate beth am . other baths nia Baneing to ausliied  pilrireas 
full base-} at nef level io FHA Aree living noon with seurese ane Picture windows. separate us livin 19x15 EN EXT wi . Ss he ree 
ining room. fully eauipped kitchen with « diftiing area facing @ ireplac the 2} B . BAR : 

noerC IN terms arrenged, ee picture window setting Pull English Gavugnt basement, car- : a 2. 1d lar “ imi EYE Lt EL, DE x ov N ) OPEN, I TO 6 
4 < it ’ Shas onthe . ae 5 b) se 
ment wi u . 
3 bedrms bath . "vere at $18. oat 


port, Large lot. Suburban atmospher | oom is larce MASTER BE 
fg Ay "You could Keep & pony 1 coRPERAN ORE BERR “CLOSE IN" 
rr and you could Keep & pony for | NV © EV ; . 
Fashion Plate , lenses. roten, hae Gi APPROVED .7 . DOWN PaY Lh 
BRICK 


oy. 
.2 


| taiuing, Oversieed modern | nbcREATion AREA FIREPLACE Opportunity Knocks’ 
Priced from $19,738 itchen Even pin | 
your children. ust sacenes LOw MEN Near detiehtful coun ¥ pa 


has ne ILT-IN GARAG 
AN AN male We bi 7 , i rom Shirley hwy min ae . ut Pen te 
rom downtown No stopligh roc hial 
5] tee | mics of sane, ae AGENT ON PREMISES DAILY all the way. Act eueniy. Fhis Ramblers also available Ln this; 


ing ; 
Out Lee highwar te Broad st. ‘Route in Falls Priced to Pelle vor bivd.. right i? mile our open sien | Large livi . full dini =. 
to Weat st., left to Par + A, left 1 . c 500 airport, left at Dixie Pig Bar-B-Que ex Fitchen. Way 
Bree amo ok ther ioe at 910 Pa $32 enh Bow 7 Beacon sits . H 


er st. Church, Va 


M HH. . 
: vi . follow , eS 6.500. Gl A ‘ananes 
A BARGAIN $23,500 Directions: Out Shirley Mwy. na ” Wh ectiane:' ria vied. te 


© Seminar? : ae haan 
VERNON REALTY on AND 22 oun LARCHMONT REALTY, INC. arg ml a Selears Ea J; 7, Moton Realty, Inc. N: E¢ison st. right to C here, 
trance. fase a fa Pi sh 


8.3106 1073 West Broad 84 0 Cis OL, &-9169 JB. 4-3000 JR. 8-1830 JA. 71-4487 ® ‘tt 7:30 2309 Mt. Vernon Ave. OV. 3-5900 Realty investment, Inc. 
2007 Mt. eg tn Ave. Alex. | 2317 Wilson Bivd JA. 7.9020 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. 


D112 
SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. 


Sunday, February 26, 1956 
A.) SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. 
VIRGINIA 


LORCOM LANE 
CUSTOM RAMBLER 


3 large pecppoms, 2% baths. Red 
equipped 22 


ae NIA 
NGTON 


Watch F "wore 


Older home situated 
teresting +t ah street - 
front rch. S rms, and expaendibie 

ull basemen! hot-water 
garace $13,900! O1 con- 
tracts tog J oF easy terms to 
non-veteran 


ARLI INGTON REALTY 
niki kreW 00 leon Bivd 


fireplace. 2-car 
tras. Only ‘10 ie 
of North Arlington's 
tial areas. Only 
$33,500. attractive 
format }on ce 

5-6800, eves 


ttie. top 


D—Under a 000 Wil Rivd 

antique brick Di-levels on LYON. VILLAGE Brick Pape Cod 
drms 7m.. 3m 

i. 

y h Merrifield 
moac S28 and sigh, 
biocks to subdtvistion 
AGENCY 66i2 Lee 


S200 
Chis reRRROOK GARDEN 
mm 


toll bemt 
s@wimmi ne poo! 
75. 


MANTUA 


book Setting 
| 35 FT. LIVING RM. 


Built te 
Exqnes 
\eve 


ae Story 


& area 
=e. Kit 


ret 


am we 


Columbia Pines 
Suit Yourself 


Arrange your ftnancire Rn 
suit vrour budest. Beautiful 
Columbia Pines offers «pa- 
cious rm 3-bedroom 
Prick rambD ers on large lot« 
Picture windows and fire. 
’ m. dinin 
ul kitch- 
en. separate Giains rm.. full 
Bn eiish Kye hem? ol. 
or ew ath. Over -sized 
c.ose's 


PRICED FROM 
$17,750 


payment required 


YEONAS REALTY 


2313 Wil son RR): 
amc Bie 


ing Res 
1096 Open | 
Y stale or 


uxurious 3 
att lated re] 


EXTREMELY LOW DOWN PAY. 
MENT—BALANCS LIKE RENT 


Larchmont Realty, Inc 
7h. 3-1830. CL. 6-3163. JE. 4-3900 
~ DOWBEN TERRACE 
TREES 
SWIMMING POOL 
$23,500 
OPEN TODAY 
me terrain of this 


enhances sy Deau 
rand new home rhe b 


lo trees 
| LUTE! y vO BROKERS . KF 
NORTH ARLINGTON 


.|4 Bdrms.—2 Baths 
LARGE RECR. RM. 
$17.500 


candle bri E. Cape Cod wi tm 


“-D 


iv. om fire- 
i full ‘bam: ‘eee od on lee 


wooded corne 


oh e. "Maicolm, JA. 7- 3024 


The yell peau’ 


of hi sr 


“Williamsburg” 
Rambler 


Fxtra spacious ness and 4 
are on wo 


~ 


Bat) « me ram 
bier wi th TRUE CENTER MALL 
Laree living rm *© - 
separate dinin 

equipped kite? 


a . 
on is every 
ry > 


> 
, 


ocks n 
lock te Doris Drive = +) te open 


house 
DOWDEN 4. FARNUM | 
2 oh. 2-6694 
New Enclander ancher 


x? 
ia. ree tL, >: Rt. 


Near schoo) 


he ta . 
spect. Priced at oniy #$31.500 


Ask for Mre 
Eves 


SHANNON & LUCHS CO 


2055 Wilson Blvd. Ja. §-4800 


Leone &-6800 
4- 


TA 
JA 161 


PINE | SPRING—PHA aoRrores oo! 
empo! 


oded 
~~ 


FAIRFAX 


$250 DOWN 3: 


$75 PER MO. 


vit buy vou s real 
bome om an exceiien 


GalL TS GUICKLY 


Walker & Dunlop, 


$59 BH. Monroe 


Wisk -BBtEMONT— 
$2500 CASH 
Easy Financing Available 

cut e %t.hetéem 


al terms 


Ine. | 23 L. #KANE, INC 
~SFORMER ENGLISH 


FRENCH CITIZENS 


—— 


Fairfax County 


-3-ACRES 


$11,950 


and shop- 
* SECLUDED. 


~OpEN- ‘TIL DARK © 
2 MINUTES TO D. C. 


INSPECT CALL 
iL REAL ESTATE 


JA. §-3600, 1490 MN. Uhie 6. Ar! 


FAIRFAX HEIGHTS 


A warm welcome will 
insaDpex t? 


rigriy 
> 211 N. Rolfe S 
CROWELL. & CO.. INC 
60 N. Glebe Ra JA 


Attractive North 
Ariington 


We have for you 
a 


Lon to 
and shopoinge 
be ar 

owner 


Excellent 
ransea conven 
Will consider Gi 


Walker & Dunlop, Inc 
959 N. Monroe JA. 6-2400 
FAUA CHURCH AREA—An 
rea. vaive for OFT avai . 


7 eve 
ana nia 


and ‘ 


contra 


mas 
m $23 30 to so 
su * 
ation ' 
ED "ARDS REALTY 


Site ESTATE 


ANNANDALE 


ther 


Leone “R00 or JA. 4-1619 
SAAN WON a LUCHSB. 2055 Wilson 
wea 


ALIS CHULCH 
$11,700 
Euleby Haven’ 
Pen¢@inclosed. 2? — home v th 


tehen 
ougn.y Weather 


Ec 


2200 


ay 


hae 
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ae ified vet- 


"ARLINGTON" REALTY 
Pr (A. -loame 


4-bedr m br tek. 
lee lige. incl. jot. 
0 many exres,. 
4:12 o agen 
‘H—4-bed ™ brick 
Gara 
JE. 4-12 
—sacare.| £ 


— ap. 
r S- wl 


50. ‘DOWN.-GI 


a PER MONTH PLUS Tal 
umn 


| wt “BE ‘BA’ 

rms to REAI CHALLENGE POR FAS | 
| HANDY MAN 

| VA. Apprais sod—$ 1 


Hu ge vei corner 1 

pubic and parochia) 

at door Bus te Penta 
bork Call noe 


Parker. omith, & Donne!! 
GI NO DN. PAYMENT 


LUMBIA PINES950! 
Brand new brick home 
with In ‘ 
additional 
rm wit 
window ; 

Bpacious din! ne area. Full davis aht 
LARCHMONT 
44-3900. JE 


toe 


a 


ot Cony ioe. Bem -|- 
bas oxtres. $14.750 
No 


brick and 
ae 


' 
Wi 
Fine Country Living 

OSE IN 

Cheneina 4 Ranch House 


Oniy 20 min. D. C tiractive 
seciuded brick 


ba bearc heat 
Already Gl appraised Quick pos- 


A A 


rick ramibler 2" 


. e- 
ing room re 
all “electric. kitchen —9 : 
Irage bedrooms bath—epace for | 
extra bath—loads of sorage space. 
Sree screened porch aoqsnewey to 
rage. big utility reo 
lerestine built-in featares 
; barbecue. fruit 
vegetable garden 
oF chicken 
fenced stream 
oad —conver ety 
aeeaing 
vaiue for a cuick sale at low erie 
EDW ARDS REAL LIY¥— —JA A 2-4 ‘7 


: lows Hy 
Water and sewer 
Assume $11.000 
or Cl fimancing 


Rowan Realty, JA. 5-4400. 
HOL MPS RUN aC RES evel con- 


temporary ramble 
recrea’ ion. 


avail. 


. - beam ed 
to new grade schoo! 
will Recent & T ree s $8. 200. | ' 
LURI JA. 71-8500 


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Wakefield Forest 
SPLIT LEVEL 


6-room: brick, 2 baths, full dining room, all electric 
kitchen, living room with fireplace, full EOSIN 
finished recreation room, built-in garage and screened 
porch, lot 100x220, corner and heavily wooded. 


177 RALEIGH DRIVE 
$22,950-——-TERMS 


To reach——from Annandale west on route 234, 2 miles 
’ to sign WAKEFIELD FOREST, left to Raleigh ave., left 
te 177. 


MAC LINDSEY, REALTOR 


HA. 7-2211 Eves, KE, 8-2386 


ki 
room with fireplace, rec. ) a ‘with | 
many ex- 
iremn city in one 


1 
eat Wie ties ont E 


: chard Crest, Palle Church area. 
ne brick. full bemt.. large 
ot. bs «—* dist. to shopping cen- 
ter 1 — 
AB, Co Hi wood av ed, 
Lhurch, Va JE _4-5900 
PAINTER NEEDED 
$14,950 


A «00d paint job will 


this) 
Cod house 

Large familiy- 
paces ed porch 


make 


o 
kitchen 
Tm. with ace plus : 
bath tn basement Gt cont reacts ac- 
cepted 


_LYN THOMPS ON 


“NO. AR 


avely aec 


“ac. 


2 


Ce, 9 
OPEN | TILL 
CHARM AND 
COUNTRY CLI 


DIGNITY 
iB HILLS 


Baths 


Parker. ” Smith & Donnell 
SUBURBAN 
SUPER VALUE 
” : * Rm we RASEVMENT 

soa rid [ « 4 


ACP : ODED 


Parker, smith & eee 


$250 DOW 


PER Pony INT 13 PLI 
ae 


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{5 


: ora 
MANNA! 


+ 


er . 
ne ae . 


NEW 


ENGLAND 
FARM HOUSE 


bs 


| 


" 
6800 or 


SHANNON €& LUCHS CO 


2055 Wiisen Blvd. JA. $-6800 


$20,000 


Bedrm. and Bath 


J : Wesley Buchanai ni, 


Radio Bide. Ari, JA 


BE IN THIS 
Come Spring 
$18,950 


YOU WATTED FOR THA 
. RAMBLER NEAR 
ETION. Heart of W 
ea "4 6 


a 
ar my 


j- Wate Buck 
“SMALL ESTATE 


a > n 


_ y comercer sei 
arate|y 
Terry 8. Simms, 
—_ Ri. a ed 
eact Prope 
R 


ce 
7a 


ng hous 
oi 
JE 9.4517 
HOME 

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a 
"thine 4968 


Handy Andy” 
“NEEDS PAINT 


fee tO Pentagor 
an (ra 


Inc 
9 


/ iryve semen rT. 
‘ 


Small "House 
Large Lot 


"ARLING TO! N REALTY 


TA 7.97300 


LITTLE GEM 
ONL Y $11.950—GI 


a ° 


ieee 


OPEN, 1-6 P. M, 
$300 DOWN 


3-Bedroom Brick Rambler 


for you 
swe.l 


ESTATE 
KI 


Ta! > 


Seo oe vou 


"| YEONAS REALTY 


Parker, 


= SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. ka SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. | SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. 


caren? Gattis “ee oneal 
iieahah 6 Ye ae 
“Worth $12, $50 


cyeneteered owner is fore to sell 


arise ; 
oe re) BROYHILL BUILT 


: ioner. Lovely 
oY zens community 


a: email. + Uke | 


jider home in im- 
mn terrific WN.! 


All-Brick, 3 Bedrms., Basement 


1, 1%, 2 Baths 
12,000 Sq, Ft. Lots 


LINCOLNIA HILLS 


DEPLANORIA 


a mie tae FRO ams AGON 
~PHA FINANCIN 


Open: Daily, 0 ‘Til Dark 


location to &hiries 
thin 


Pull P Detee i 


5 

maculate wadilien, 
ariaetee a. ee lee 
me« + bemt. andi 


ed | oreo. e "Al 817350 Call 
css. BETTER HOME ©» REALTY, 


brick 
ee 


rambler. Living 

kitchen, 
52x 200 

Bus and 


lot close 
achools 

na 

ah pee trees. 2 

19 8 Randolph St. Ry apni 
$14.750; 875 Bal in 25 Yre.' 
N LINDSEY 
JA. 23-6090 7-2211 


PIRST TIME “OFFERED _— devas | 
Cone oe \e- 


| WHY PAY RENT| = 


When vou 
"Town 
ry 


‘this week. vou 
nosey as vou please 
rambier on es py wooged 


on 5650 do fo quaint 
Hi Lh REAL v. DU 


Supe: “b 


: 


§.7 


Many ehoice homesites 


ie Nh « iF 

, a ri : 
sam z ey available 
can buy this Jovely for 838- 
e masonry ramb Se ; plane feature como 
} e) a «Tre 
; 8 ar | 
CO... JA 


om 
+, 
lava | 


5.w Realy 


1957 


ramo 

ments in 20. 

MANN AB TREAT TY per es. Prices 
WOMEN WANTED —W range from. is. +00. to 821.500 
Cia . h 

: DIRECT TIONS: Out St 

REALTY. Dt 


INVEST £2000 in tila #16 980 Hoge 

of ique desi } > 

brick Y ape « nd «a jth } 

nd bedrooms 

wit? rec 

in a beawtif bbe 

rene ard, 
arbor 


M. T. BROYHILL & SON 


75°9, Les Hwee Arlington 
E 6 
BFAM e rLiNe.” pane led 


stone fireplace 
ain 


dining 


2 
located ba 
fenced 

and serat 
Palisa Cl 
proved at 


Convenient 
h location, GI ap- 
$14,500 


“teeters this 6-rm. I%, 
New Engianhd Colonial. Le 


just » step from bys and stores 
cha x? 


Loa ds of rm, or 
& co INC, 
5-0707 


re 


Within Your Budg et 
“SPLIT eed 


PS: THIS FIRM ASSUMES NO 
eo cae aaa ITY FOR YOUR 
NDS — ENVIOUS 

OU 18 


—— wrth 


: parace 'cining 3 YEONAS REALTY 
lek x . oe JE. fs 4900 aaS cult tT sie ti Re 


no - BASEL sy 
a. . ‘De 


CROWFT I ?' 
Giede ra JA 
Rambler on 
Brick: 3 bedrms.. bath. large itv. 
ing Tm. With dining Srea and fire- 
table-sized, fully equipped 
‘i basement with rec 
rm patio con\ enient area: 
| Guced to $16.2 
Arledge Real Estate Corp. | 
2533 \ son Bivd. Arlington. Ve 
tA 48 Byes, JE 4-401 


PRE-SPRING 
Shoppers 
SPECIALS 


Va Acre 
Al 


$3500 DOWN. 
ONE OF THE HIGHEST AND 
MOST SCENIC AREAS OF 
ALEX. 
mia. At teened 
livin rm th 
in peokeases 


=" 
0. Pua L YNN REAL tt 1, JE 


= BY THE LAKE 
ONE ACRE 


covered 


’ 
Brick Co * A py 
ovelyv 
and byilt din 
2 : Church 

cin. rm 

oe 


appre 


OLE Sa afd A on new 
solid rick rd we 


}-bedrm bungelow 
big detached 3° 
corner sot, 


ae fa 
aut 
éh0. GI) 


; t 
wainsco'' 


at amatt extra cont 
garaean entrance. 
315.500 


CHILDREN 
ne borho 


to aie” 


WANTED 


POMPONI O- 


| Wooor D 


ret 


oa 


INC 


, 


no ag 17 

COTTAGE IN THE COUNTRY —2 

; bh all for $10.280 

nator Tis not 

cute cottage With part 

7, a — Ae 

¥ price is 

- Ronse HACH REALTY. JE 

37 

sho Total 
hedrm arn 

priced to el 


this 
family 


wn ; Toe 


r. 
str a8 In 


? 


rick Cape Cod— 


" 
ws wa lie Chi ie : ree “Val aed 


> 
: 


aporoved for ¢ JA and worth, it. but o1 
%. 9400 aha HOMES REALTS | Price” on is sonable offer Very ‘vere. 
Ww ~ BUI : 

We will by 4. UL Swat 
“or hs | 


pitt 


fr WHO KNOWS where to find « solid 
‘ bedrm. 2 


brick eustom-<bui!t 3 


“TIRED? 


ahoddy overpriced 


s 2) 
huge 45-ft 
recr. area. This won't last! 
LORCOM LANE AREA. 
You may sere and 
this is hard ¢t 
quiet. dignified 
30 


ince. 
5 
loan 


Laree 
fireplace | 
peok! n at 
sis 950 | 
search. but 
beat. Situated on} 
residential street, 
huge modern ' re 
Pormica breakfast 
light basement wit 
and outside entrance 
ner let. Anchor fence GI appraised 
— $21.100 Quick possession. Cai) 


POMPONIO 


en oer. Owner JE 3-3 


Pick Your Colors| 


Prand new R bedrm. rambler 
full day! ight 
en reek. Car~ i 
many Nee Sone. | 
P e 


Mi m 
spacious bedrm : 
GE rit ty dey: 

Gown and assume 


nt | 
‘s 


these and many more. eal! —f 
: 77-9090 

bie 
WO 


Real Estate Service, Inc. 
2223 WN. Gile ‘otf Lee Hwy.) 
" "TIL 9 


OPEN TODAY 
| ‘TIL DARK 


N. Arl. Ramblers 


Sweeping view from the tee eof the 
— — 


“ 
witn 


a 
$1 ae i “aa “schoo | 
c score in by Apri Call for 


PLANTATION REALTY | _- 


_ 2B. 427448 
ae THERN c OLONIAI—1 4 
tES—Beautifu! 


" Rad 
“OPEN N.S 


= 
ACR 


om 
: NI 
Hc es | , 
$20. 2 is THE co approved price 
Sor this 3-bed 
with full 

tically : " 7 
officer's transfer maxes this a! 
bu ry 5-9400 


: 


"beautiful ’ 
colored ap- 
Full base- 


A 


REALTY 
community 


cadtner : 


$20, 500 


_ 
' 

Out Wilson bived 
right on MckKi inter | 


en 


J. Full er Groom Co. 
1A 4487 —Realtors 


$15,300. 


APPRAISED 
rmo»'er 


~ OF aattied 
OPEN, 14 P.M. 
MISTER! 


JE - i 
F ORGAN ANYZA 108 
INPORMATION. we 
BURANCE. CALL 


% ACRE OF 
-hedroom 


THEM -——P" 
rambier. 1% ne ——~ 
’ m irr 


si708- “tom SALE, 


AS REALTY. JB. 32-3110 _ 
Arlington Ridge 


4 Bedrms., 3% Baths 
NEW UUTRAMODERS BRICK 
RAMELER 
Cus : iaree wt overt ook - 
ing yok Navy Coun iry Cle 

ter ha 
din 


. OUT-OF-TOWN 

FREE CATALOG 

Hundreds of bareains on business 

farms and income property for sale 

owners. Wet s. ai direct with 
ue 


ewners 
l. Buyers Digest 
1608 oy iihuret Ave, Dept 
Lot Angeles 77. Calif 

D roR our 


rs 


cash Excel 


ry 


2313 
Mou 


Wilson Blvd. 8-2100 


Die Listing Realter 
Bud. 
f 
SHOWN BY APPT 
For Sale By Caner 
-5-7244 


$500 DOWN 


» Haseme 


Your Dream House 
GI—$13, 650 


Mere home sttuated o4) 
™ ars im : ’ 


SOUTHERN Real "Estate 68A 


FLORIDA 
rt ~ agg mowd bm iy Orlar io area. High 
"y u sine $5 ©. $16 
month No interest 
inc. Winter Park 


a 
rear vareG "Gene R 


MANWAS REAL LTY 
CUSTOM MIZED } 


Palis 


Artax Realty. JE. 4-4900 
GENTLEMAN'S 


ESTATE 
7 ACRES—RAMBLER 


Ss wT 
MAIN 


MON TH 
i 4 


deve 310° e 
rive Garapic, 
Pia phates 3 
FLORID A— Mico homesites. 45 
10 monthiy rt. - EE 
ase Vernor, DeLand 
gor gut BR: 


Basic house has 
ath 2 Or 


FLORIDA FOR $1 


e 1954 ror: ef pte-| 
of- 


rices featu 


adjustment 
fuslom ex rese 
Getatla call M 
4 


Taine 


2¥%— BATH SPLIT LEVELS 


ie. 


Fo 
HATLEY. 


? 
> 
+s 
ae tu 

toa 
. beaan 


Eng. 3 
PREVIEWS 
New yors 22 


- macedarm 
! 1 9 highways 

alenel ns 

500 
€Y BUCHANAN. 
Ar JA. 4-11 
No Nn Veterans’ 
$18,900 25 


Z2>-Yr 
Car 


: 
s- 


Bs 
3 
2630. 


FLORIDA MODEL TOWN: 


AND RETIREMENT HAVEN 


n 
r 
R. 
49 Sia a. 
reunces a 
roperts 
a 
INC neluding taxes 
“Rh 6 ul ® LOOK WHAT 
ne room with 
ling fireplace, lar«e « 
Gemn ily equiy 
ne bDreakfast 
mis f Las ; aster, 1 B over 
CENTER: BALL ic “ape di lL exhaust 
nm « No. Ariington. | a! ry? OP THE LARAG- 
‘ONLY "2 3.950 : EST peraties ys U0 WILL EV 
33x24 liv with freplace. SEE “ THIS PRICE. RANOS a 
sepa: - ei rm... dDeaul.. Dig | ’ 
eakfast nook POW- 
re Up- 
tiled 


s fin. & rm 

lace and bar: level 167-Tt 
DETACHED GARAGE ) 
Smith & Donnell 


JA. 7-618) 


Thrilling - hit en and beau 


on 
vwerms. Our Jsd development ' 
County. 


oa 
BRO- 


RITxMUE VANOR 
BOX 658-W. Dade Cit Fico 
SEND rR COLORED 
CHURE TO 


. rm 
ats ain 


« 
Sy rs “he ou. 


“bust BUYS ae 

> spec 

Rate - ‘Q950D BEL PCTION STREET. 
= THAN ACRE LOTS 


e 
hot 
eee ee er erreeeee eer] 


i 


ter 


3 |3-Bedrm.—Rambler 


e - 
turn to 104 and our open 


* YEONAS REALTY 


2313 Wilsen Blvd. JA. 88-2100 | 
Muitiple Listing Realtor 


BELOW He GI APPRATSAL—This 
lovely me 


an 
SOMES REALTY. 


4 Mighty Good” 


Pxeelient fam home near 6t./ 
Agnes parocn! a! : 
phi 


hot-water heat 
in parement 


Penced shady iot 


$15,990 
ARLINGTON REALTY |Arfax Realty, JE. 4 4 


JA, 71-3300. | # 


2212. Wilson Biv. | 


$200 DOWN—GI 


$52 PER MO 
eae in Arlington. off Columbia 
2 bedr » nice yard, excel- 
en! Already 
ossession 


2110 
CURTIS E., MARTIN 
BALES. 


NC. KI. 9.6700, 
ALEXANDRIA 


3 Bedrm. Brk. Rambler 
$19,100 UP——Gi APPR, 
spentitul new 

ocated im 
on auiel 
i. 


é, mae 
t condition. 
Praised 
—_— ARN 


uic 


@on ven - 
i neigh- 
circle grive; 


YEONAS REALTY}: 


in | 2313 


“Toh 


YEONAS, REALTY 


CITY . STATE 


= 


a os 


FLORIDA 


aw | 


0 INIO 


7 $660 | 
INTA TEOPR rt TEs 
CHAUNCEY REAL CORP 


| Partin athe ceemam Sa. BROAD. 
MONT offers you this ustom- 
faite bric ra er with its larger- | 
than-usua ooms—the trademark | 
of its topnotch builder The lot is! 
ere) 


/3 My. 
1. 


$10,000 


Located tn town of Pairfax and 
3 


BE 


of 


a9 OVER 200 

LOTS S0LD 
in tust three weeks fn Gulf wish. 
lands-—Pierida'’s vacation and 
tirement pered) Be a yards from | 
beaut iful € ruil peac 


full basement with 
New-house con- 


: 
c« ' 

aoe ‘opt ol eon: reek with $300 
with 
occupied houses. 
asrasuee Adjeins 
Wilson Bivd 1A. 8.2100! acre yone> Sree 
M. tiple Listing Realtor ood _Siready, 


ang traverse roces in the living rm., 
waiking distance to Us, Semees 
Sounds \ike 

817.500. doean’t fey Call | 

today. HOLL, €-33 ESALTY. 5800 Lee 


=) 
OPEN, ¥, 6 P_ M. 


We Don’t Know 
Why 


Prankiy we are pussled. 
ust can’t understand 
aven't sold this brick Colonial 
only reason we -— 
that not enough 
dropped in to aperesinte 
bed eon wi 


rams ras 


RANCHER 


$795 DOWN——NON GI 
8 bedrm. home on large lot with | 
plenty of garden space. living rm.. 
separate dining rm., full basement, 
eye-catching kitchen, GFE dish- 
Soaee disposall, ete. Priced for 
ick sale at 


Box 
Agemeenn crTy BEACH. FLORIDA 


REAL ESTATE WANTED 69 


~10 oF more acres in vi- | 
cinity of Graham Air rpert on wag 
i 0. JA. 7-729 


‘WILL BUY PROPERTY 


Brick or pene vats 
settiement. 
HU. 353-4443; fy LA. 6-5194 


FARMS, LAND, WANTED 72. 


“th 

home, overlooking riv , 

eoune of. , for farm, or e... 
Box naa" Post-TH 

70 


LAND, SALE 
OUT CATAL 


ut! Mailed PREE! 
SF saad 


ALL 


= Dart 
PLIT-LEVEL—Conten 

cos with today . kitchen, 
as ; 

choles i _. Arlington 

$00 THE LAUBIEZ 


MA 


inter Wont 
Last Forever 


rice 48 GI approved at $19 


Arlington RBivd 
left 
sign. 


Directions: 
South Abingdon Bt.. 
te 404 and our open 


YEONAS REALTY) 


a51) Wilson Bivd. JA. 8-2100 


ultiple Listing Realtor 
Near St. James 


to 
turn 


Se 
UT REALTY. aS -M 
1, PEs Washington 


2-bedroo 
basement 
finished rec. room, sid 
r 


ecreen 
e arace. 
to Wahab High School. 
GI approved at 6 000. 


GRASS FARM. 90% 
ml strong stream. 
ries | _ ene 
#15, 


P. 


A-~about 360 a. tillable and 
Sot ‘Timber’ at and 
Ls) r 
piace with 1 
ete. we 
aed darserueys 


% 


§ 


1 VER gree: «=e ges os 
ain eed ee 
ita 
. a 
: 


Md.-Va., Farm Agcy., 
631 Munsey _ 


OOo 
Early pomere, wary ane home of 
Chapman 


rooms 


Main 


ovely 


On 


Ardmore Real: 
Ph one } 


Prince William Bounty 
ON HISTORIC BULL RUN 


tricity 
crossfenced 


To inspect, 


| Mac Lindsey, JA. 7- 2211 


MAKE A DAT to see this Palle | CRIL or write for lia of over 


north 
HALL. 


Va. JA 
DALEY ran. 
ma 


Se 
ni NG ALow Sith bath 
Aé 


Attention, Please 


ees 
s 
tien on select 
eountry 


mountein puiding 


HARRY H. 


farm 
rn 
frontage 


LOTS FOR SALE 


pethian: oy 


8 — 
BERRY. 
GLEN Rid oe HGTS 


‘BUILD YouR OWN HOME 


a3 “ONT AGES Poved | street 
P 
OVER io 
STORC! A. 
BUILDER’ 5 ATTENTION 


1 LARGE LOTS: paved « reets 
ill subordinate 
7-31 


sites 


cos B. Simms, JE. 2-46517 
“LAKE BARCROFT 
PACKA 


yt front, 


| KCREAGE, SALE 


ME ‘a ERTY | Bike 5 


also 
5. 


need acreage ead ‘farm 


D tc over excellent highways. ore- 
zenient 


FROM. ara 


Prince Georges and 


"ae, T pple 


~~ ty 


tals 
seville, kad, ‘Hows 


nh goo 
” snswtater 


2 


for ask 


Ine. 
Baltimore 2 Md 


ib 
condition and are «ei 
ern. 


and m 
SHADYSIDE —— d 
rees 
a: » Price loss ike a 


hese are a few reasons 
ing es onto home. 
is mo is th 


solid 
-base- 
bulit 
modern- 

high-celling 
stairwell orig!- 
excel ot fireplaces. 


fam charmin 
poe o.aere fu 
résidence: 2 porches 
recentiyv comp! lately 
10 spacio 
handsome 
| woodwork 
modern 


Mal Annapolis, Maryland 

Telephone: Colonial 353-2664 

BEVERLY BEACH. 
ram 


ler 


MD. 


very mod. 


3 
num orous 
fro ta 


cet 


6 aq servan 


wks. males. Pedigreed. 635. 6O. 5. 
5oe8 
MANCHE! 


ry decirable bide Me tan po 
mer a" root WETMARANE 
th Riv er an d T Onameataien Fa een puppies 
fr Annapolis. Mad : persona! ~~ 
ents « 
o 
and 


ae 
Ro 


hunting, 


Yee 


- 7 


& 
m: 


for s 4 
Airy. Cit? « 
unusual buy at 


lot 
we 
above 


ne 
Lal 


LAKE JACKCON 


Bargain in summer and all-ve 
. 


apt 
6 
AIR terrier male _pavers, 
Otter. WA 
ec 
cule part-chow Duppies 


© responsible homes. Nice disposi. 
in erea 7 " $15: females. 879. 


arrea ” th 


stream 


nice 
on| 


$-rp 
7 S8.000 


house 


acres With modern ranch hon <a 
omen: & garage. small pond : 
¥ $11,000 Call Manassas 
ve or any day 


owe one 
d. sat 
Chesapeake hey 
oor : 


acre. 
beach. | 
Spa - 


y Co... Mt RETIREMENT 


periect neigh 


Ay 


WA atta) 
mele Colile- -type dog. Free 


r4 


Rock Creek kennel 
pment Sunday, 
ths 


' 
modernized home in| 

Manassas, $75,000 

call Phylis Under- 

wood, HAymarket 4-3193 


March 11th i 
ar t 7" 
jesa tha 0 miles to 

) farms nave frame houses. elec and apt a 


ater FOTOMAC RIVERFRONT: x 3 
and andy beach. 18 miles fre D 
/ Out nendine neighborhood "sal table | 
r : ent - 

na veterinarians. 
t Jerauniion call RE. 


< oy poodle, whi +5 
ete wt L beck tats 


neighborhood. beautiful 
5.A0 $3200 
ote and ote a 
cverirens pri 
i 3 a 
A. ate. Mad. 
SVLVae Tank — Directly 
erban Bolidiy bw! 1 
cidediy attr m + 


NCHILLA ited 
bred. also babies; reg \ 
bon line stock. wf 78. 
3), | Sew. harness, 


200 
in| 

s Ric HARDSON «! 
“ine ne op B Bics.. Ariing- ) 


oa ‘Shippin | 


Sachi + > 


ree Fe estates for 


WORMAN OMIT 
Ma 


Annapolis Cojonia! 


- 
a” 


: rvG 
‘ ac RE ‘toe x nan AUED 


oe — ings 


100 eatm or 

edhorn ‘pullets $16.99. Live 

suarantee Garden State Chicks. 
Vineian N 

7 


PETS, ETC.. WANTED 
7 BOS with good home w vig cock. 
ra ae Dud ‘oe 4 or reas yos 

» COAL, FUEL OIL. WOOD 80 


PiherLAce 


~ , Wonb— or bal 
wae ioe Fo de- 
Li. 7 


] 


4 Sireame 


locati Var 


TF TURNER (Broker) 
. 5909 are 


51 ACRES 


~ scree 
4 *er 


mty 


Waterfront 


lot with seoorext- 
ates Py. mf 


in Remin ons to select | 
$7500 terms re ite $150 


y PERRow Va 
Va Rem 


sion 


| ieee 
livered enywhere 


BOATS, PARTS, SERVIC 
oe. Heing 30-11. a\s-ft. 
a ee cralger_ 98 


—e.a-tt. Fu 

Bp. Citris Craft en seeps 
ood condition. $1700, JA. a as27, 
CRUISER—ié bo. 

motor. remote contro. 

board with cabin. $450 CY 

Or EBGARD MOTOR—' 

doses rom,| 2 D.. SOOT hii, sep. iusl tank 
Drive to Deale Tice om Siig JO. 1-4534. 

West River ey te ‘Open over? day —-rr. CABIN rear ab. 4 overs 


au. fw ew paint a_FOas 
MAX C. SCHWARTZ 
REALTOR "s 


YOUR WATERFRONT SPECIALIST 


the beautiful mountain 
0 


jan itu 


NY im nice 
ommunit 


$395 "DOWN (aaite 


Price. Year-round 

} with and wee Of Water 
ine "room fireplace. 7 bedrooms. | 
: bath. front! 

Dig attic, 


ft 
Heal! bh Hanct iness—Secur 
Purcellville Virginia, 
photos and detailed 
farms 
Aise 
siles 
HUN. 


HUNTLEY 

reelirifie “8 Phone $711 
$18,000 

Acres Large Stream 


farm how — ne 
improvements tx barn 

— me 
* uunds % 


es wert 

SMITH REAL if 

IN iP. M. SU NDAY 

Manassas. Va Mai 

ittle country 
r 


ty 
attics 
informa- 
town and 
homes beautiful 


“tes 


lect Rea! 


past ure wood 


, ets. ori Craft; =éu; $200. 
MINSTER will sacrifice 36-11. Bteel- 


=i > inbeard <¢ruiser: excelent 

: ; ne Eg scepti on- condition 7 8064. AD 2-1185 
$5500, Ne al “oft cer tranme- PELING | tor pa.e will deliver. Phone 
s. | rede 243 


D0 a | = 


MACHINERY and TOOLS 83A 


BOMELITE FAC TORY BRANCH 


Pumps. generators, saws. 
%. service and rentals 2 909 

a 2-ince pemse. $125 oe 

‘N st... Ar JA. 5-366 


> 


property — i: 


financing 


real buy at 816.600 43 acres of 
and th , 
2-story house 


Chesapeake 4 i: 


84 


| = AN AUCTION 


CONSTRUCTION 
~ EQUIPMENT 


March 15 


. 
“fitep —s 

floor ye , Ax 
"sta - ee ae priced 
ae et ary Stt 


Thurs 10:30 a. m. at 


oe hee 


ur oan verms 


: 


fo 


urnepe! s «/E- 9 Sovaners: 6 rear 
n cnelide: Ly 7BYV 
ader. 


ine, 


gn 


Chesapeake” é. 
one ar peake 1 B- Sach Me 


DOGS, PETS, REnNeLS 


ATREDALE 
anior 


a - 
| fous Pavloaders; 
Freckson Ts paniavetes attach; 

( 
pe oners. 
80 scrapers: 


Le rr . 


van OV 0008. 
Ar RY AN nl ax MASK os e bi rds. 
l2 weeks old JA .-0367 
73 Be. AGE PUrs 
BOSTON Veni 
1} Pregis dea 
Arm aor f 
sta 4 Tt RRIEE male ARE | 
JO. 34-3638 
BOLTON "ERNIE PURE AE | 
sores & culated alse roven | 
me ud avn NN 3 Gettysburg. 


enne 
BOX RK PU r 


rie! ey Sorings. W 


ree listing 
AKC. f 

ate DU. 
otal a: se. | 


piet 
Certified 
Crafts accepted. 


out-Any-h inimum -or-Reserva 
Whatsover'! 


ALBAN o 
$531 TRACTOR ©O. 


tlom- 


S20 mm 
. 2-514). 


Ive 
PU ieee HIWAYT 


Tint Ay 


FORKE. BROTHERS 
THE AUCTIONEERS 
321 Sharp Bide. Lincoln. Nebr 


LT 
MOTORCYCLES, ETC. 86 
TRIUMPH—I9 r 

CC. 8000 mi Thun erouee. 
MOTORCYCLE—N 5 U 35000 3b 
Bra new + leaving 


od Must sei. 
<a Y pooner Embasey 


wooded 
ad Jay H Mog Pees | wi _¥ whi Ite 
wooded. BONE” Ferme 
7 waren 
ry 6-0? 


Ao vate a, 
gmell fee te good home 


2-5 
A. ‘BRADLEY MIL Ls ares BOXER Wa ©. fawn. 1S me rh del 
*e~ ger : aad ¢ wi raised with children wh é. 7833 
rs BOXER PUPPIFS, 2 mo. old fawn 
KC registered mal les 850, females 
aOx- 5 


rk 5-957 


Spaniel pups—ARC Ex. 
tock BR. 8-871) 


ts — detail 
INC OL 
$40 Dunk 
BRITTAN) 


Foocec 
~- Sp 


Fo] $10 per moa CHINE ets As 
A > , 


lies f: om D 


_. 


CoC KER xP Nts L ¢t PPIFS—Pariy 
and $20 HE. 4. asit 


ry = Cc , 
COC KE K Pr PPIES—AKC. 2 bee! tay | 4 

Call Of 230 MO 
or buff; 


up 


Dia 
nice COCKER PUPs. er 
ARC: $35 


‘er sewer 
terms M 
313) cor 
lew ceet PR ONTAGE—S% reg... booster ») 
Ys LEO COLES. 
cr a 


br Ken oh 
$55 Pree 4 
COoLLiz Pt 4 
of Mit Par 
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Nea 

COLETTE A} Pry. 
6 mos all 
oy oaned. 7 ‘S f 
COLLIE Pi P—Sabie and white 

10 femal e AKC free 

n s} £50 LU 
Ni: aut NDS. wire 

aSmaanene 


approved 
LEO. STORC 


: somal 
_ 93 s4 


RARITY 


195! SPARTAN. 
25 tt.. 1 bedr 


Spr “—-—- — 
¥o 
Ra ~ Cranes, 


wa- 
ed ce homes 
LEO BYORC H 


NTA 
FROM LANGLEY — weeded | 
“% acre and up JA ~ 


AUTIFUL HOME Ei 


53 ecres rfax 
ed J 


in sewer approy n 
M Sat a? 


Loc\ 


, dst Date rtanette 
tri male. wi in ree. 


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RE. &-S5897 
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little as 104 
n 8-8 Six Booe” ana 12-6 Sun. 


shots. Whiter ra Ph. Te 9 
Reas. | 4 Mi nies, Me Bh ie HBt 


ma) CHECK THIS LIST 
sami BEEQRE YOU BUY 


87 
Nidos puppies, B80 ub. 
be s: os pupple k. 1942 VAGABOND 25 
$995 


. Per- 

Mis NT ROSE 

VERE KENNELS, SAL L3 CHURCH. 
149 

pac HSUND ARG all 

wormes red femaic. € mo. 


ENGL 1s eY 1 BOGS —AKC . 

° | ages 
wink 

Jk. Ft 


Ower lareer and 


BUIL DERS . 


4 SE 
CROFT". 
beaut. lake view 
GL 

Inter 10 whe. 

Under ish oham 

oaivi dual ENGLISH SP ANTE 
heveriy area PUPS. AKC CALL ‘Poe lar 2- 2884 
Ree) tor, UN | ENG FOX TERRIER pups. $20. toy 
b All lies, mixed. §7 an nd $12) Dachs.- 
7 vee $2 BE. 6-817 
a RMAN SHPHERD P apples. 

Piack and tap wormed had fre 


£35 to $50 A 615 " 
GERM AN SuEPae RD, sy a £E. old 
e 


Good v “Hi ee 
; 


Chever! y ’ Brit- 


| 
| TRULY 
1946 


sREA 


SURES AT BARGAIN! 


YOU CAN'T e200 W WRONG ON 
LAN 1948 N Wh 30” 
ANWOOD — Resiriciad 1795 
: in EXTRA BooMy: SuRAN ALL OVER 
1948 COLONIAL 29’ 
\ ot “Queenie: 
at oe oe $1800 6- 
Seve Seaaet Go. LO 5. “635 cen AN SHEPHERD —Pire bred. | 
Ri: sot. nr Mar! boro| pou dog, black and tan, small fee 
locat ic for trailer ood home. JE. 32-1486 
rt. will sell hn lease all of AW SHEPHERD puppies. AKC 
of 40-acre tract. Trade wil exe 


and cream, 
aherpicered Call Mr. Ryan bt female, $75 male as 
f forma! ion, ar- 


a 
from D. Cc. Call collect, 
us you 
ms of vary- SHEPHERD — Alt 
4382, LO, 71-7133, m el AKC r 
CO rvelle ‘Kennels, 


ig 
Call &- 0” 
to 25° miles PI 


| ONMAN, eare— pups.. beau. mark- 

aised AKC 7 7529 

Gr A PHERD Fupotes, beau- 

tifully marked. AKC reg. 4 ready 

yo oe ot 840 neee, Herndon 575- 
or 

teh TrREDER I at Pris T wks. 


AK 9474 
Kinny Fae ‘TERE ER. male —p | IDEAL FOR 31095 TRAVEL! 
mos show possibil- | American Trailer Go., Inc. 
a Gnwear x? 
Alex. 7 


=| Open dtp" i. 
a 35 pTAp, ii } oem, 0 tr. 


an ae Bt ” 


lent conditio 


SMART ay FOR A YOUNG 
matt 1949 
reg.; 

lin 
mi 


e. A PIN THRODOUTI 
les 

mo 
sizes U Mer. 
PAU 


“Trom 


THIS ON® Is 


to La Piata and India 1952 


Mad. Lots, 1 acre or more. | 
o $1500 


actes or more, suit. | 
Feljrement Romen or omall | 


© $500 a ' 
NARD SNIDER | ata 
| Wes tracts in in 50 


r 


PRICED 
1954 B anys 


His fore 


derholdt Realty Co. 
©. 7-513. 


_ as: 
South “of Shirley hornaills, ~yagrund 


tens. anteaters, other ra 
eoshariele, lovebirds, 


arcs a turtles; bun 
ls re birds Gh hana: as 


flinches, ar barns 


wae. Lat 
:, oar 
2 best 


TRAILER —i9 Spa 
bedrin. small di 


0 Rr eR eR Orem Heeednre 


eterthedthete: mol ok oo ee poate 


87 TRAILERS, SALE 87, TRUCKS, SALE. AUTOMOBILES WANTED t AuTOMoBILES, SALE 97 


| ii f ' Ameries We fads AIBRNE U of 
it- ton a fatness ver Per ca CASH FOR CARS | Th iath "Bewntewn\ Bi_1-388d |® models. ne jons of colors. 


NT mew | ICKS—19 935. rm 36-f | 1 -ton ila tbed. wy *50.000 High prices for clean cars. station BUICKS— to 56: } thorough! y .. Fecondifioned: + used as 24 car: Pp nh. Hvere ey 
A —S. -| Practically Lew, a McMane | ) mod x! Low ’ a top. “hiany ery 


$32 wa ons, pic ups, a any make doors and “convertibles: selection ‘| to fit core” kept in fara po y 
Ancient Oaks. Trailor Crt. Falls C lors. HYATTSVILLE BUICK, i. we Used mostly fot short dri tod Sihes, Pree 
sate. |SOUEY apa. Lagvine der Pun eh Chevy Chase Chevrolet Worte E'MOTORS | & tins Thode sland sven Bear, $, 20m Tih sfierngon, ” Has " bad “wondertul Cadillac Coupe Heretics, es, bit 


© and service 


——r7 


AR 
rey, bee 195 oS Ereet pf ah ors will arrange php sie i Ou.4 | Wis, Ave NW. EM. 3-014) | BU ne CK — $6 sedan, oon. ule and ious es ee chance every 1000 mi.: floor, 0 REPOSSESSED 


ae 


financt ‘ct SP. 7331 for : : guarantee D. OC ne) i not worn, fine riding ae, 5. 
eee ~, a o | —— Pr be i th Mo ’ $$ Top Dollar $$ ) epee ction ‘i my pas, feck. |. . TA .. dyn i v 4 Brights Write owner a6 $697. 92 Total "SS PONTIAC 
seit wa IN VALUE! | 73 NAL LOANS WAS ig wares ‘blvd Afi. For Reas fess of Car 4 er core J, lect fr ~ ey mmaec n sh “remem > 80m excelent condition: reg Ot es ate 2- 


JA. ue ess of y LFE MO- 
© whe wants luxur- Geena Sater yet Lon Yeet. FORD 33 “a deai Ope % ¥ r | take up parm ' 
living at on Renest brice,| Licensed snder Ball Toon eur |FO0n. ok MIMO AMM] «= OBILE BENIG INC, | aus Siw MOTD IM 4000 | 3-0181. Open Bun 19. “il 3. 55 CADILLAC BLASS & CLARK | $168S 
: 


i up. L to emp! oved wom men. M CAN SERVIC oe Sas N ~ Many Others to Ch From 
oe HIS BEAUTIFUL =| [B04 Cash Logos: 7858 Ge. Giebe Rd, Arlington, JA. 17-7722 KE 7.1522 HICK. dr Sedan: A-} cond.| ‘52 BUICK CONVERTIBLE | OM, SOS eae Ore. 2. RMS OR TRADE 


MOBILE HOME, TODAY!! | | Can, bg seen at Sunoco Station! guper nar 6 and heater nity “Al's Bun. * | 
SHIELDS | ue pete a! SS Ford Truck Ce — | dere" Sen) Reece eet] §©—$695 DOWN ff, ARCADE PONTIAC 
| Call Kraft Loans, Ov. 6-500. , ° ruc | Cadillacs Wanted cut and specially wi at on s009 certeswcniinst ae | ""Ponties Denier 
TRAILER SALES ae aT FAMILY FINANCE LOANS — aon Ge. a B= | PENNY MOTORS BUICK ‘53 Edmonds (F ord). rz palace on aan wheels. "Pa ‘= oe wer. a!) ae ee G0” oeeta ae 1 ar. 


ri . " ’ wid ves D LA 
3 mi. Ge. of A ae 4 | ick, Md... on — "7 SVT Ar "k 5 inside and out. 1907_ene- ; OR 1 ve NE LA 6.2000 3208 are +e Arl.. Va | Saas Berri cemen * a " MACAL oy ALS Wie aT 88, aN ve 
Oven week ry ; , ait TED: USED CARS—Will » =a UCU | 6312 Ga. Ave NW. T g-701t. | th & 
a x 18 ee ve SALE . “om ~ ee tea {01 $685 Total RVICKS a6 Aas sedan, Gna, t BLASS & CLARK _ OPEN EVES. & BUN i 

: nh - —_- 


ior 
Cm eV] Oo . uther caler mt I] 4 iviera:| Cor. N. Capitol « Fis. Ave. N 
. BOUSE TRAILER—22 f. for rent. | go i ~y tee a> oaee truck guarantee. oan ‘ tient Ave NY -% » © re . ge 4yn 4h 749. 52 Buper| AD 4-882 : 
per mo. 10 Rin drive from Ft n = , w tire rune an Won whe ’ ‘ hr 8n09. | Dally ‘til >~—Sun til 6 


NE 
voir. 8O. $-7732 Sat. and Sun..| Nichotaon’ CHEV ut, . 40 Ostin $2245 AUTOMOBILES, SALE 


“¢ > . 
ry " ; » . and —— 
EAT O08 re Baltimore aye. Hyattsville WA ANGUTA Pre Zeon) BLASS & CLARK | an 9.08 y CADILLAC pecial se. 
sparkling Soc iaterjor. all alum Sect ntiicalistnineniiaicnnctentinndiontiaia HILL & SANDERS | Zodis  VOLe WAGES TRIGMEHS r. MN. Capitol and Pisa. Ave. NR, | rs  tenre rtibl ts dan, beaut itul black 1 finish. _custom 
exterio fi fully ORD—'50 F-8 Dump e TR toe Rails ae . i 4 | une nausshree oD. inental 
: : saa F 6 ull Aha s 9 ‘ . e 


Sos8. 3 IO. B- 4430 _Ready to work >» | i] noton's Oldest Jon GIFPFORD MOTORS. INC | bh , ; fully equi a. , power 
Continued in Next ( wd Dealer or Coley Pte, ST hagiee | Roadmaster Riviera, hardtop. ty fully “mee. 7. mr 
A | equippe ORN 


AL loane — PERSONAL LOANS 90A 1114 Rec Ave. N.W. AUSTIN’ WE ALeY “10034 ft & 76S BUICK CENTURY | ER, Buick Dealer. Pia. ave = Capitol Cadillac- Olds Co. . 
Ticensed under Small Loan Lews ' Licensed under Small Loan Laws AD. 4-4300 er ned oF wrecked $1850, © STATI WAGON Be ace tage ’ egg —— I , 4 i] > 
os A mre one ft ~— 6.0408. me 7 1ON Sue 1208. Gaper Bis ere coupe. CADILLAC—'55 Cos. De Ville-styie: qd i acs ee 
, 9 Py on le luxe 296 hp: cost $4060. go- : 17 a oc ini 1y| all extras. $3595 % &u ‘MOTORS. 
MAN DELL ) NEW 1956 100 ing * oe 9 Try and beat it! qu 19 aunba guarantee.) 1406 King st. Alex. OV. 3-472 FULL PRICE 


Now You Can Get CASH!! TRUCKS  _, BUICKS {Sanat Some mace, | 4 MEROURY $1595] “55 Cadillacs... *295 


55 Sup 
$4 Supe Spert sedan. Lustrous limerick 


$95 DOWN Mos siar and fastest « per iarsiop Coupe | s@o a top: view. tres, Fully _ a -y lt 2 DOWN PAYMENT 
Up to $600 of your formanc wletely equipped MACAL MOTORS, INC. | 2 =) we Py! ) A ee * 


I 74h} Pri._owne 56 
4-% Ton ’ "Sealer and Gofresiar aia 3 Ge. Ave, NW. TU 2-711 clortiig “on % my ke , 5. remendess Vaive ‘5] Cc dill $95 
VIRGINIA 39 RE meaty | lights and other ext: | en Eves & Bu din rine qd acs eeees 


cH Y hoi ban ‘ 
“le | Hinance a gag ae Ry ‘spd many & power Montgomery- “Stubbs DOWN PAYMENT 


STATE LOAN OFFICE! 3 a is epee as” 
; | forms. $1708 aac , MG ORS pitol I Cadillac. “Olds Co. 1 e+ li y . 
Sioa iii More Money For You! +. ~ Th geeemnaas DELIVERED ad 6312 Oa N - 1222 22nd St. Nw ___ BT. 3- 2600 || ame > — aiiientenian 50 Cadillacs a hs S45 


‘S1 Chev. | MANHATTAN AUTO, | opew mves. & sun. 
How much do you need? $25? $250? $450? $600? Now for the . Complete, Onecually | Inc. (Est. 1914) Bt 1c caprt ha } Su DOWN PAYMENT 


‘ or 2-tone 
first time, you con get vp to $600 in Virginiol 31 road ' ‘oy ytd es st ie | i fas e : =f rage ‘4 000 OFF OTHERS 


Here's your chence te conselidete 910 x a oo. % / 5 
these scottered bills inte... you Can veus Ford MS sd kine, a adoe FRA NK SMALL JR., Ine. 54 FORD Aer Fas Oe Gree 685 


alge dem BEAN Your 11) Bi siten. , t-eee Route 23:31 ms st ae “ ‘56 DODGE ‘S3 CHEVROLET ......... *395 


eyice— 55 Cent ry Riviera -dy Sold 
MONTHLY PAYMENT $600 $37.53 |  parmenia Call ‘troian Tals a a Company Official Car eee See ee een ean cee nee SNS O68 Sees 
Maney for Caster . . . for Tower . . . for $450 $28.56 | # si Riviere CE 2 + * . Call Carl Motors ‘ pany cea ‘Ga parments. Immediate delivery and most cars tarry 100% guar- 


ery geod perpen Phone or come 4 DRIVEN SOLELY BY COMPANY PRESIDENT oe 
tedey fer quick, corfider'o! serv cel $350 $22.45 S241 Nichole Ave. €F Indser Showreem POR CREDIT APPROVAL CALL 


ae — 102 Wis. Ave Custom Royal V-8 4-Door, Powerflite transmission TRE 
Ger Virginie Offices ere reody te $250 $16.09 Lt 3-105) Li. 6-4460 . S ; . 
. 52 MERCURY $895 See Bill Hermann power steering, radio and heater, white-wall tires. AUTO CENTER 
CHR. HEURICH tiie “Radio, beater, Mores” OL. 4.2121 Many other extras. Beautiful tri-tone paint of gta OE Ge. BW. ST. 3-038 


ROSSLYN : | TRUCK FLEET Excellent family car sanchire whit | Sede we Pelt as as a 

1200 LEs HIGHWAY jackson 2.92924 | for SALE om oe eee gt arene, ew, DER, SNe quam, | GEORGE 

ALEXANODR! | Montgomery- “Stubbs ‘SS Pontiac 0 0 WHEE EE i 
LE A Through This Year's Lince ry , 

HNS S. COLUMSUS STRtET King 9-1716 | Inspection ores Diadensvare mA. Siar Chief 4-deor sedan, t-tone Why HALEY s +++ Of course 


tereueise and ream redie. 


Peg RR mroe wrstrene , Sastutee cearees of 247 per mane co me | wy a nae oa name e SEG Pbester., wears-cauc. power ae ang BIRTHDAY SALE 


——— OPEN VANS BE JAY Chevrolet ff ioe iiss sense oar ond mw wes CONTINUES 


TRACTORS USED CARS Origins! eost S2960, New car 


TRAILERS ‘$3 CHEV. : ere. ane BRAND NEW ‘56 OLDSMOBILES 


‘$3 PLYM. SED $2495 


Te Be Seen ‘S| CHEVY. __ Weng ‘Othere "te Chosee Pret "56 OLDSMOBILE 
6260 MARLBORO PIKE SE. 'S? Olds. “98” TERMS OR TRADS Shorties gg ™ “yy ; $3495 


/t 
for No Reasonable 75 Other Cars ARCADE PONTIAC ——y feaien oes aa Tg Ry 
Tee Lecations: tension, sutematic 6-war seat ad), epee. tetene 
7 Offer Refused ™ ~ MARLBORO, MD. Washington's Largest accessory group. Ne. 364. 
fuel, repairs OPEN 9 A.M.-5 P.M. vrs Mafuet I-S4se Pengies Bostee 'S6 OLDSMOBILE 

STARTING MON. c NFOX. 25 , ae rsep t ~ DIsriarTs &-88 *-De.: especial Jenene eray & Alcan white: 
and ALL Mbit ROAD 1457 Irving St xm Jetawsy, die, beater & .G@efrester, dix. radic. w/s $9995 

| 7-642 5468 14th S11. BD washer. dix. steeling — elee. clock, clare- 

preef mirrer, accessery creep. epee. tetene, power 

pearing. power brakes, back. -Up — w s.-wall 


ew born heirs | |e sicerine. sewer bree, becboae Ses 
TRUCKS 'S6 OLDSMOBILE 


Hel. Sedan. . Terra Cotta & Teland Coral. 
A Matic. dis. heater & defroster. dix : $9895 
- 


Yes, you — borrow $20 . MONTHLY PATMENT PLANS = vo yas. dix. steering wheel, 
to $1000 for any good ~ 
purpose at HFC. ‘The 
principal requirement is 
the ability to repay in 
regular monthly insta!- 
ments. There's an HFC —- 
_effice near you. Why not pei ae ial Che 
phone or drop in today. =~ 


Lifeinsurence on oll HFC leens of ne extra cost te yeu 


OUSEHOLD FINANCE 


oT. secensery sreup 


YOU CAN OWN A NEW ed extension. wheel Giscs, foom — eash.; 


tutene, 


1956 BUICK 20 Cars Must Be Sold eee at et $9008 


Includes Dynatiow, heater and other accessories FULL PRicS */* washer, 


tor as tow as $GQ5° per month | ‘53 Pontiac $585 Se, Sake, Sg te 


‘ S56 OLDSMOBILE 
' :. -4-Gece. cadin and hep ter. . - ; a. al Tere. & Alcan write Rr. 
‘Your Bethesda-Chevy Chase Buick Dealer” $906 dra. Maile dls healer & gel & aeltencer. tix Tete w/e $9995 


‘55 Chev eee rE a 
CAITHNESS m8 '56 OLDSMOBILE 


bv 95D DOWN 
‘stem Sick uP 
clean. Ne, 2605 618 . ri 
NE 


"MM CHEVROLET es ” 
Sedan Delivers 


behind ie 


iv. t-vperd-erelh bo 
er. Ne. 2639-4. 619 & rv 


~e 
‘St CHEVROLET sca? 
Ne. Tila. 


s aot 
si 


Deliver 
), Ne Fit. 616 S-tene biee ond erer. beeter 


BUICK Inc. F SOOKE 2] Sethe eS SEs 
7700 Wisconsin Ave. Phone OL. 6-5000 55 Ford 985 radio. dix. steesing whedl, snest dices, fees reb- 2995 


eush | spec 
wis Stergin, 4 Ave, Ground PHONE: UNien 4574 


PHONE: JUriper 5 4400 8-deeor green, Radic ond heater FULL PRIce ’S6é OLDSMOBILE 


—— si mt | manu GUARANTEED CARS eummmme GUARANTEED CARS qommuny ‘55 P| $] 085 ae A FS $9995 
asi puitlang Rood a see oe oe Mine Are ®& OPEN TODAY, 11 "TIL 5 ym. y brakes. whee "tinted glass, foam ‘rubber 


£: JOrden 8 9344 PHONE: Oliver 67400 Lu. 1)-88e08 oh. eustem trim; spec. tetene, Ne 


<5: |] Comrammyoame 134g Buick 995 $] EPRI a  eaggs 


gaca 
ae = tt 
ouves —— MT. RAINIER 
gee Colesville Ra Ei ® idg@ or | es 
we Jniper $4200 ; Rhode Island Ave.. Ind Fi 


sie B st. B 


ae 


Siti Wis Are 
LM. 3-9394 


accessory 
Like brand new. New w.-e. tires, new tow, memes, Malek, discs, foam rubber eush.i epee. tutene. 


| TRUCKS, WANTED A dam et gamba telat 0 ss “Ocean nowy OPEN DAILY, 9 te 9—SUNDAY, 10 A.M. to S P.M. 
FINANCE CORPORATION | Sstcornret nie ma arog Hea “55 Ford Vic. $95 COLONIAL’: 
LOANS $600 . At any of our i ee oes Fellow ond Molt, Radio call ester 
uP TO Virginia Offices =r "MOTORS CO de ae tak eee ee i Immediate Delivery 1241 6th ST. HE. LI. 7-9340 
| Will Pay Up To ‘SO Pontiac Catalina <aoys , Open Sunday 9 ‘til 6 (Just Off Fla. Ave.) 


' , net « TOP sron 4 MODELS : Buick 4-dr ; ‘ed ; 
You Con Your our Virgin TWICE AS 9-53 ADILLAG ese ‘S1 Oldsmobile 98" 4-dr. saat: Call Now for Credit Approval =< SSS ——S SS 


Payments * Jon 5 90-35 sic . sy Fordomatic 4-dr 
- 000 
i) 


QUICK CASH To 


- eT Chevrolet 4-dr. powergiide 4 

0-55 PORD : Dedge 2- or 4-dr nées 
$37.53 CONSOLIDATE Your BILLS | Cony. cand Codiliec Fleetwood 4-dr. ..... 39.44 
$28.56 «s+ OF te use for ANY O8 Wi) }PAMe yA ‘. 25 Down ; Rambler Wagon et 39.44 


good purpose BLASS Re CLARK Simei’ Gosek Rabedle thas * rH 3 


$22.45 > ~ ' ; sew 
NOW «=» TODEY « ip the me te ont Co = ; od Cadillac 7 passencer »e 45.55 
$16.09 Prone gobo hapa olnieh mt. . , THEN Cadillac Plestweed 4-dr. 45.55 Sales Lot 
Ws on omy on thant car’ obtas egen Bofohd las 82 Others—Open Daily 9 19 3720 Ga. Ave. N.W. 
Fioride ave ne. ME. 8 5% discount on all cash deals 
‘Cars Needed for a ae TU 9 5 Al 5 
- 
FINANCE CORPORATION EX nh, oA Reines Motor Ce. ‘ 
| BE GUARANTER TO. TOS ANY } UM lovar rlinaton, Va. No Cars to Dealers ‘ 
Alexandria——807 King Street OVerlook 3-0130 | 1 OFPE ae ae Wem ~ we Range, ig : 
Acttagtena=n3159 Wilson Bovieverd _JAckson 5-2200 || Hii ok iB "GUARANTEED CARS==—eee GUARANTEED CARS sem Ae Aa tr. a RAR ae 


Resslyn—2021 N. Moore Street —JAckson 7-8510 Tt) 4. 5A] of OPEN 9 A.M. te 10 PLM. 


* WH Monthly oy Includes charges of 2% fer month on the unpeld FOR THIS SPECIAL SALE - 

mine Bélaaee aa Oot out in the NEW Crgnn Small Leen Laws | BILL ADAMS a é E i $ O49 
x : : 

: CASH POR CARS 55 CHEV. 86? 


wre eaten 2 LOTS TO SERVE YOU-SEE THESE TODAY! 15. FORD $899 


overs. 2201 


jie apie Peitresss?s 1/53 FORD..... 1095 ‘36 BUICK... *295 ™ iE DI PLYM. $997 


of fact, everything Quick! Rench Wagon, “V4,” Fordemeotic, & MH. Special 4-Doer, equipped. Jet block. Ba atlas Mies 


about our service from Confidential! -1 ‘48 CHRYSLER . . *117 i53 CHEVROLET *567 |i ‘cq pucK | 1096 


start fo finish is designed C S 4-Doer, heoter, fvra sige. Light green. “210" 4-Deer. Fully equipped. Tedey's extre special. 


to please you, 
‘LOANS: 


LINCOLN LOAN 
SERVICE, INC. 


Silver Spring 
7910 Georgia Ave. 
JU, 5-5200 


Mt. Rainier 


2-doer; equipped. 


| ‘54 PONTIAC. .*1295 | ‘56 FORD..... 1877 Ill 56 ips, 005 


4-Doer, Hydra-Matic, 8. H., 2-tone “8” 2Deer, equipped. As you tke it. 
Heliday conv.! pewer steering, brahes. 


1 ‘48 OLDS s*eeeees$§es $] 77 ‘AS KAISER e*ee*ee $926°° | vet all - oe FULL PRICE 
4-Deer, &. H. New tires. 4-Dagr. Yes, it runs. ‘ba MONT. ] 094 
| ‘54 PLYMOUTH *995 | ‘55 FORD......°1199 [Jp szsunce sme om 


2-Door, heater, turn sigs, 2-tone, 2-Deor. Fully equipped, low mileage. | DISCOUNT TO CASH BUYERS 


| ’52 PLYMOUTH ‘95 | ‘48 PLYMOUTH “10 jj] eu 


GAC. FINANCE 


CORPORATION 
MT. RAINIER 
3510 Bhede islond Avenve’ Tel. APpleton 7.2800 
Tel. HObert 2.5028 


$303 Bollimere Avenve* Te!. UNion 4-8200 

(Mert to The Het Shonee) : : 
SULVER SPRING 

7912 Georgia Avenve* Te!. JUniper 7-6900 

8513 Georgia Avenve’* Tel. JUniper 9.2566 


Milléary Personnel. Gevernment Empleo 
Belvedere, 2-tene, &. H. 2 te cheese from. 4-Deor. it's sherp. Immediate delivery arra with 60s down ter, of 


and first three « 
3412 Rhode Isl, Ave. 


inde. B and D MOTORS SILVER SPRING 2s: Hi} auto DISCOUNT HOUSE. 


Takoma Park+§ JU, 7-7888 “ine so ha, ee Ee ey a JU. 9-4500 Gf} 1510 RHODE ISLAND AVE. N.E. 


7009 Garroli Ave, °* co. 8214 


Tw LEXINGTON PARK 

150 N. 3 Notched Read Tel. Grewt Mills 3671 
FALLS CHURCH, VA. 

128 West Breed $7. (Up te $600) Tel. Jeffersen 2-44643 

: iarylend! Offices Up Te $300, 


ee ee 


JU, 9-1625 {9 © Immediate Financing . Servicemen Welcome | e Bank Rates 


eee eee eeee. 


THE WASHINGTON FOsi end TiMLS HERALD 
Di4 Sunday, February 26, 1956 


AUTOMOBILES eat 
SAVE! 


” 
“Make Mine Manhattan Cc 
Capitol Cadillac. “Olds Co. 
1272 22nd St. NW ST. 32-2600 
CADILLAC 1953 Custom Series 
Special! Pully equipped wi th 
: Cadillac's accessories: like 
AMERICAN _{hrouthout. Terma or trade. 


nty. 


Suburban Cadillac. Olds 


BRADLEY SHOPPING CENTER 
Bethesda, Md 


8? 9 
AKERS OLDS-CADILLAC CO. 
Pairlineton Bhopp! ne Center 
Alex... on 31-0350 
CLOBED SUNDAY 
CADITEAC 1954" “ee hvertible 

otae, equipped $7595 coc euaran- 
“a PD STNDAY 
Capitol Cadillac. Olds Co. 
1222 ind 2 NW ‘ 
— 33 convert. 
oO 


‘tronic eye 
Cad. ea 
[oO 45-0587 
.. Lt Betas "6?" sedan 
' [ finish ay, equipped. 
end Service fer ms or tra 
AKERS OLDS CADILL AC CO. 
Pairlington 6Bhopp! ng Center 
Aiex., Va OV. 3-0350 
CLOBED mi) NDAY 
CADILLAC- i966 43 Coupe ce 
Pieetwood siylin beauti- 
ful” ivory & blac ' h fully 
equipped. power steering & power 
Drakes today oniy $4095 ccc 
®uUaran’ LO 
UNDAY 


Mercedes-Benz, 
Up to 40 Miles eo Capitol ¢ Cadillac- O} ids Co. 


Per Gallon of Gas | | * vad na be} dan vith 
‘$1 AUSTIN ____ $395 . opts fe, set | 
b ~~ -ee90r-sedew. + 

$495 


$395 
$295 


Seles 
Austin-Healey, 
England, MG, 
Morrie - Minor, 
Hidlman, 


Austin of 
Sunbeam, 
MG - Mag- 

Poreche, 


W ill ye. 


nette, 


came. oe 
ERM ‘Tre wo rORS 


ar 
rae" , al 
on 
' 


"S1 HILLMAN 


&-deer sedan: 


MORRIS 


Miner 2-deer sedan 


MORRIS 


Ceonrertibdie. 


ee 


FRANK 8 ART 
0 Penna Ave SF Le 
chery ~ "St Bel 


HEALEY __ $1595 cer ts 


Austin Bester: needs winner s' 
trim werk: wee 61.804 cifvRourr 


Volkswegen $1395 


Radic. beater. Mewers: lew 


INC. 


wonder : 


Shop in comfo: 


LAKE RRANCH 
Chevy "ieee Chevrolet 


mileas?, new -car staran 
tee. 
840) Conn as ve OL. 4-4674 
7 inday af Course 


53 JAGUAR | Sem 


rxed 
“170m” Herdtep . Byr nromesh. r. and h: 8500 mi: 
heo te, wh fe~welle - acy owner 


ee oF Ow med 
EXCELLENT OFal 


Rode 
oeonng 


ce e@mr ity 


cue KourY— 4 ha 
; fi ira ors _ iow 
owner car that | 
34 NASH ..$895 , 
~etrepelion COP vertibie ,-*® Trade and ter as. 


ish eons ' Seehelenacs Chevrolet 
"S3 NASH $1095 » 327 OM St new, 
stetion Fagen 


brdra matic. we poates 
ether extras. 1.?e68 


MG’ 

Ss 
ELEVEN NEW 
TRADE-INS 

“TC'>—TD's—TF's—1250's 
ond 1500 Models 


trom 


*695 


‘53 KAISER __. 


4-édeer “Mewbattae felis 
ecuipped, wes 


‘53 FORD $775 


Tedder sedan: wee $044 


-S3_PLYMOUTH $7755 


>-dr. sedan: wee S044 


‘34 BUICK $1295 


B-deer Spectal sedan: was 
8! 484 


b1-’52 Kaisers 


6 : select from; 
2 & 4-doors, 


m= *195 


FULL PRICE 


SRANCK “uo 
HY Rover 2 EZc 


curvnourr yi 

‘ud eevee ‘Ui. arece zep\ 

em sréeen finish. cou pped with 

radio, heater and mane ner ex. 
r 


Bhop in éen nfort, 


LAKE BRANCH 
Chevy Chase Chevrolet 
840! Coan _ OL. 4-4674 
nagay of Course 
CHEVROLE eaten Be 
ul 


$695 


We can deliver a new 
‘36 Plymouth 
FOR ONLY $ 49- .00 


Enterest and Ina. 
MOTOR CO. 
qranlbe- Plymouth Dealer 
77s OM Botheeda sez® Rd. 


OL. 4-7300 


CHEVROLET $595 


Cie eeene, pewersiide: 
wes 8605 


FORD V.8__ $1395 


Cearert!ble eatipped. 
vA, 


wee 81.5 
NASH $295 
brdramatic 


$295 


wee S495 
was $406 


HUDSON 
$595 


4-dr. erdan 
WILLYS 
sedan: was STO4 


2? 4dr 


CHEVPOLET Del 
Roy. Mir & Ofer $1299 


These Cors et PONTIAC 2-0r., 8 $766 
$683 


CHEVROLET 4.De 
, and 
' PLYMOUTH 2.Dy 
BRANCH sn to gagg 


MERCURY Harde 

, and 7 - $998 

CHEVSOLET Ha 
Between Falls Church end a es ™ $949 
Feirtex, Rowte 29/211 oa 


FOe#]D Club Coupe 
Merrifield, Ve. . BM borden, 9404 
STUDEBAKER Herd. 
REDUCED top. & end H $497 
CHEVROLET Helte, 
"S1 AUSTIN _ $375 & 6H. P'Glide $533 


E-Gnce Galen Sn _Saaweritiols $451 
"S1 HILLMAN $375 CHRYSLER W. Yi, $549 
Convertible, pee ae - : 
‘S1 MG $695 rons $393 
"52 ...$695 
'§2 


CHEV. 


%-dr. Sedan: very clean 


AUSTIN __$475 


4-deoor Sedan. 


RAHA 


/CHEVROLET/ 


These Ceres of 


ALEX., VA. 


1810 King Street 


EXTRA 
SPECIALS! 


"56 HILLMAN 
4-deor. official one, 
Bente, whitevotte 
SALE PRICED, conves- 


tent Anencing. 
5S) KAISER _.$195 


4-dr. Sedes; ‘wee 8406. 


‘49 FORD ___ $295 


Convertibles was 8444. 


Repossessed 
FINANCE 
COMPANY 
’S4 CHEV. 


Sedan 


Partial listing! Many more 
Imported and American 
care te choose from at 
SALE PRICES! 


We Pinence ot Benk Retox 


MANHATTAN 
AUT 0, Ine, isis 


oj Cong Stetang nae 


Open 8 a.m. te 8 pm. 
Tth & R Ste. NW. 
MO. 7.2700 


*485 >. 


All you need is $467 and 
good credit to take over 
payments. 


For Credit Approval 
Call 


TU. 2-4200 


Immediate Delivery . 


BILL ROSS 


1400 GA, AVE, NW, 


. 


a ee gn 


AUTOMOBILES — i 
ig 


47 - r. 
‘47 6- 2M 2. dr. 
ow AS $5 DOWN. Ask for Mr. 


° 1846 
Wason: 
$1995 

4401 


, pen 
Sun. till 4 


51 De Larxe °-dr. Se~ 
urn Signals. beau. 


iT. BROs OLDs 
NW. KE 


fliicett St j 
CHEVROLET 1955 
2.d¢r r. and bh medium blue fin. 
ae fal cove 7500 ac ma miles 

ully guaranteed No 09. #1594, 
‘Koreas Peck Chevrolet 
PHI4 Wilson RBivd 
JA. > 
CHEVROTET— 53" + ; 0 
ven black finish, contrasting s seni 
war. 
Today 


FRANK SMALL JR., Ine. 
1736 Good Ho . SE. Ly 7 647 
CHEVROLETS ‘$3 Biple ine de 

: and h 


erg) and 
” an NER 8 CORNER 
Pia ' at 6th 


rac 
dean l-owner = 
6 


mi lease 
taal A. mo. of 000 m 


‘Be 
$099" 
. wre 4 


CHEV ROLET— 88 Sel Ate ant 
Eapd Less than 2300 actua! 


l« -B49 
Toor ane h.. 
on $1 


CHEVROLET 


y on reroush 


U INITED AUTO SALES 


Ch lum and meee Jt 


chivnocer— 
cuby | 


m 
oun et! 
seas ; ae. 


‘CHEVROLET T9951 


~ 4 
Kenyon-Peck Chevrol et 
26.36 a ys # R) 1A 
‘Open 1} 


9001 
CHEVROLET — 


A 
value at 3904 
My 


Stchictan’ Chey rdlet 
3270 M Se 


Cmevindiy 


Stohi Face dg Chevra 
7 M 
an 
Chavandidy sr 
is new rat 


CURY SLER 6 Wir 
COMPANY OPFICIA! 
: KR ie 


CHR YSLER-PLY wo: x 
rg A “ ASH! NG 
4800 Wiseans« Str \t 


CHRYSLER 


-IMPERITa?r 


INC 


saaies TH pe 


‘4 JAGUAR 
XK120 


"Pulls 
biack, 


i i 


Medifiea”’ 
simest new 1. 


$2495 


Broad Street Motors 
1001 Wes Broad Sy. 
Falls Churchie. 2.5100 
24 MIN. FROM D. Cc. 


Coupe 
owner 


i i i i i 
vy 


i i i i i i i i 


ww 
= 


ACT NOW! 
& SAVE! 


Edmonds Motors 
3298 Wilson Bivd. 
Arlington, Va. 


Reliable Parties 


To Take Over This 


‘34 BUICK 


RIVIERA HARDTOP 
Fully Equipped 


$739.9 Pics . 


$95 DOWN 
AND TAKE UP SMALL 
MONTHLY PAYMENTS 
ATTENTION 


Military personnel, aff erades 
financed. Officers and first 3 
poe ge ne down parmeni«, 


® Bank Financing 
* Ask About Our 100% 
Guarantee 


MILLER MOTOR CO. 


316 FLORIDA AVE, WE, 


Ul, 4.2396 


OED he -errsenee ~~ oer —-~ ae 8 ee eee & °° we oe 


©. 


le i ee 


1A 


io, 
ones: ; 


“tone 
ey Pe nieee 


WH LER, INC, 


Mia torbtae 
i A 


while 
FROM 


WH ELER, 


CHR YSLER-Pt. yMou 
1 ARG er WA 


ome 


asaae ion 
appearance 


WHEELER. INC. 


CHRYSLER -PLYMO OUTH-IMPERIAI, 
Lot main NW, EM DEALER 


Dlue finish im - 
Vorth while Guarantee 
BALE PRICE...8735 


WHEELER: INC. 


CHRYSLER. PLYMOUTH. IMPERIAL 
; TARO EST w ASHING v._ EM DF 
Vtscons n N.' 


CNYSCE 


maculate 


aes 
power 
chauffeur 
ECIALLY 


CHR YSLER-P1. YMOUTH. IMPERIAL. 
roe Ae mM ASHINGTON DEALER 
£800 Wisconsin NO Fw ~47 8 
~1953 NEW “YORKERS: 
4-drs me power 
er’ a conditions 

OM 41195 


INC. 
CHRYSLER-PL YMOUTH. IMPERIAL 
“aon ee mae oN DEALER 
rons M -47 


an 
ae DE SOTO” 


na heater: folle 
trane- 

and 
oniy $1200 


Edmonds” (Ford 


3208 Wilson Bied Ar Va 
JA. 5-8832 
~' 54 Sportsman plerdtes. 
pow 


im, ei 

bw town. $1395. 

best otter q ~968 } 
bopar— a3 dub coupe RAN fi aid 


iu Braken sii goes 


 ADol less 
Gytomat: a 
mech 
terme« 

Oa. ave 


An ideal second Pog 
406-A. 46495 
Kenyon-Peck Chevrolet 
3140 lee Mwy 


Oo aranteed 
$295 dn 
3-014), 


pen Sun. | 
pobare si Bi, Plomat 52 Core r 
an h gyro $649 2 


‘ a: r and r new 


Piston 
i ORNER 5 Cc orien 
*.& 


unter roof 


LAKE RRANCH 
Chevy Chase Chevrolet 


840) Conn. Ave © 4.4474 
Close Sunday of ourste 
Gi—} 


Suaren tee 
orn $9 
apprors! 
. select from 
BY PERMATIC MOTORS 
19°) and Pa Ave SF Li 4-000 
FORD —'56 Tudor Pactory eq: “eon 
Ss 9 Lari Mies (ruarante 
L850. JA. 32-9408 
roan — 5) 


ordomen if r 

.. , ano te rre? 
rbureto: Nn rhvwe 

MOTO RA. 446! Cone ave we 

‘ ~t Open Ww kcars til) y .. @ 


33 nee wapgie fulle 
Scelienit 46 tien | 
$1000. RA. Pt” hae ; 


Alter 


FRANK SMALL IR INC. 
70 Yrs Ave Se. Ly "3 oa2 
FORD 50 2-door, R and 


5 Trad oy 
+ . eed 
fOTOR cr 4000 
sa00° 
, FORD 1951) 
orcer: f and hb seat 
a iae db) > Ani« 
terms No Tea Price, 


Kenyon. Peck Chevrolet 
am Wilse Bive rl ®. Va 
; Op Til 3 


Hill & Sanders 


Washinctan * Oldest Pore Dealer 
1114 Verman: Ave NW 
_ AD 4-400 


)OwN A "NEW 
"56 Plymouth 


cans work SOS 


Bank Financing 


PAY ONLY $48 


PER. MO. 


BETHESDA MOTORS 


De Soto-Piymouth Dealer 


Miller and Wisc. Aves. 


OL. 4-1000 


SUNDAY 


SALE 


53 Ford $485. 


FULL PRICE 


‘99 Merc. $1385 


deen radie & heater. Mere- 
omatie. 
FULL PRICE 


‘53 Merc. $585 


Monterey conv., ¢. & h. Mere- 
eomatic. 


Servicemen. AN Grades 
Financed 
For Credit Approval 
Call 


LI. 7-4904 


Immediate Delivery 


Carr Motors 


tee th ee . 


1518 Penna. Avs. $.E. 
Be 


AUTOMOBILES, SALE 


"52 FORD 
REPOSSESSED 
$329.50 TOTAL 


Sedan. Beautiful 
; @Guipped. 89.50 
up balance at $271.81 per mo, 
pamediate credit 


BUCK MOTORS 


2521 BLADENSRURG RD NE 
OPEN 9 "TH, 9. BUN. 10 ‘TIL, 


FORD—155) Customline * 
2-tone ae 


FRANK SMALL JR, 


}736 Good Hove Pa. BF. Lt 1.9847 


‘55 FORD 
$885 Total 


Sunday Only 


Rest buy anyethere 
nm. Tt will surely he gone 
call now for 


TU. 2-4200 
Bill Ross 


oy tf 


7400 Ga. Ave. NW. 


FORD— SS eda ‘Pordomatic 
iow a2 695 down and ac low as 
cial financing 

7” WooDds T 

; Bargains. 1112 Biadens- 

burg rd. ne. LI. 3-2107, LI 4.9804 


FPoRD— Por the best Pord deal. see 
East-West 


MONROE PORD. 1237 
FORD Stiver Se vU- 5-7908 
RD 


r 


Ne * custom, 


. 
sty! ,. tone t: , ’ 
iy clea: wi) $2095. 


Edmonds (Ford) 


32708 Wilks Ar 
ry 


PorpDA os Po }or om AVEOT< 
crive @549 55 Crown 
power «leer. 


Victerta: Pordomat Cc 


nd tires: $2199 
. OR "Rule . poate Pia 
f Li 66-6464 
Station 
n ox 


a nen 
THR PTY 
2h) 


7S) FORD 


VICTORIA H. TOP 


REPOSSESSED 
$299.50 TOTAL 


FE UBTEY MOTBRS 


Ath& N_ Y. Ave NW. 


OPEN TODA 


‘51 VICTORIA 
REPOSSESSED 
$367. 20 TOTAL 


up be an 
bs m 


BLA! 
OPEN 7 
ORD ; 
- one 
cover " 
Look ; = : ‘ : . 4 
FRANK'S SMALL TR , INC, 
" er ’ , "297 


fae? neece wit good ere 
KIRK MOTOR CO., 4000 Ge 
ne TA %.4800 


HARDTOPS 


4 pobog STATION WAGONS 


FROM $1445 
DELIVERED 


bank rates a ~s 
4u 


30) He 
ZO. MG Magnette. 
ne, 
a ar makes 


i 
Auto, Inc. 


~ 


HUDSON ~ 


fale o 


ra " - 
¢.7an 


ranam 


"Edmonds (Ford) 


; son Rivd 
BUREOR 


cor “Rat 
4 . 


HUDSON. 
ran 


UNITED AU TO “SALES 
“ es Rés 


Newoor't 
‘ an ww > 


rant res Rp 
“WHEELER. 
CHRYSLER-PFI YMOUTH IMPERIA? 

roe Rh! . ros OBA ER 
‘a 1-480 
"$3 May ; Win be mi 

your cojer, 


ar Title A 
im SAVI ; 
INC 


rat Ba: on? _— . 
rk Vi $1987 nd 
$2287 JACK PRY, L TD. 
D and PF sts Ph 
vac AR oe a1 K Mod! Sed “conver- 


ls Qo 
mi! es ARLING OR 
ns BY LS Ne te S|. Ariing- 
ton. ; 
convertinle 


CCoc gueart~- 
CLOSED SUNDAY 


Capitol Cadillac-Olds Co 
122? 2024 at. NW ST. 3 2600 
CONTINENTAL — TWA? versie 
40.100 actua! mien piste 

Montague, Box 121 oanoke ve. 
LCOLN— ‘31 Cosmo ydr 

h $509 HOnNER‘S COR’ 
Bulek Foams. Pla. ave. ne. at 6th. 


ivory 


Fre pare JP convert. 
‘ black 
a lipped 


Capitol Cad Cadillac: “Olds Co. 


NW iL. 23-2600 
rear os Capi RY OWNER 
Bame body sivie ‘53-'34 Lincoln 


D FORD 1988 


sedan. Sparkling 
Atlantle blue 
te tep. 
custem Am. covers. 
innemleston 8,000 
Remarkable 
va » eit 


| ta sdipers 
"-Mercury Dealer 
3715 B Bee eaebers Rd. 


‘32 (Chry ‘sler) 
Impert®i 4. jm t.tene black 
ane gray; radio. heater, newer 
stee » power beakee: has 
everything 
Many Others toc hoow From 


ARCADE INTIAC 
“Fontes bauer’ 


mt won tas 


or 
aporoval eat 


inc. 


A terrifie her. 


credit 


new 
71-9849" ‘cake for 


ter 
GMAC 


a: i with Spine 


Th as. 


“Edmonds (Ford) 


3298 Wanen pivd.. Ari.. Va. 
JA. 5-8822 


Y¥—49 4-door ft and hb: 
, $149 ‘eeeete Mo- 
end R. 1 ave. ne. LA 


MERCURY—1955 Monterey Hard. 

top ‘coupe. Lustrous 2. tone finish: 

carmen red lack 

Beautiful 

heater 

comatic drive a... 

Miles, Like ne $229) 

GOMER Y . STUBRS. Lineo 

ecury Dealer, 

AP. 722939 

MERCU ny $3 lonterey y ar.. 
h.. Mercomati-c 

es 

condition 

8145 do 


. Mer- 
3715 Bladensburs rd. 


MAC AL, 
6312 Ga. o 


io Open Be Sning? snd Sun 


‘94 MERCURY 
onterey Hardtop 
REPOSSESSED 
$1088.75 TOTAL 
FREE TAGS 


Ne cash needed on approved credit 
iow and black finish 
Faulpped with r. 
atic On 
Servicemen and out.of. 
financed. For credit. ap- 


RE. 7-3890 
BOB WILSON 


JD & K STS. nw. 


MERCURY ‘51 
2-OR. SED.; FULLY EQUIPPED 
fy 


85 DOWN $29 [Oo PAYMEN NTs 
UNITED. AUTO SALES 


CHILLUM AND RIGGS RDe 
CUILLIM. MD 32-3777. 


MERCURYS 


“4 Monterey para oe Coune 


ort 4-dr 


MACAL MOTORS, 


$312 Ga. Ave 


INC, 


R " 
sve. ne. at 6th. LI 
git es — Ambessador 7. ua © Stet 
Hydra-Matie R A. Thie 
i & real barcein (das A. sid 


FRANK SMALL JR. INC 
Lone Good Hope Ra | ew 4 9647 


NASH Ne Rambler 
cress country 


Hy Gre- M atic 


OLDSMOBILE— 1956 
CONGRESSIONAL 
140 Commerce 
Rockvi le 


S = MOBILE 


OCDEMORTLE — 
ra-Mat/! 
a, po on. 
Mut eer 
your Protectian 
gvaerantee 57954 
PAUL BROS OL 
° 


’ _® 
power er 
new- “ear conaitlon 


ide: 
. hout 
Cash. trade pe. MA. 
AL wot ie. ehi3 Ga. are, 


e Fae f sly 
very low mileage: week- 
cial £1196 


SUNDAY 
Subu 


Cadillac-Olds 


BRADLEY SHOPPING OL ste 
Md 


OL. _6-7700 
8”) Rana . 


Hydra . 
at, Deautit ul two-tone 


Ona 


Pt NEY Sali. MOTO 
orbshOniL ea . Baper = 
t 


HORNER: 5 c On 
; ave. he t 6tn 


‘24 OLDS “88” 
REPOSSESSED 
FREE TAGS 

$1285 90 ‘TOTAL 


: 


RE. 7-3890 | 
BOB WILSON 


3D & K STS. Nw. 


| 
| 


OLbs— 5 a Wah day. r 
yer. ww tires t 
tras. Ivory and ereen finish 
PINEY BRANCH pitalatahns 
5-852 

otTBs— 4 Sta lire es con 

Spal P 9. * 


OL DSMOBILE— 550 “GS 4 
ra. Matic Selectronie 
tires excel cond 

$450 or best "ofiie KI. &-9475 
OLDS ‘54 2-dr. Shard 2-tons 


omy 5 sd 


f 
financed KIRK 
4000 Ga. Ave. nw. 


“a8” Tadeo 
at ¢, Eeohen seat 
covers, et ood condition 
A real barsetn ay oniy, 849 


FRANK SMALL JRO ING: 
1200 Penn ve SE LY 2.9n97 
BUD aMOR TE oy ae gh 2827 
coupe, all light green power ay = 
ing. power brake r. & b 7 
tires. 2000 actus! "miles eoléeennnn’ 
personal car ao! Uleed tedar at 
_ 9.9 


dtdsMD OpTcE— a 


Hy dra.- 


new tires bat. 
oOLpDs—' 54. 8 Cony 


“or” 

“ae wdan mart 2- 
tone hiue finish, has all “of Olds- 
mobile's including 
san naitioning. 


AKERS OLDS. CADILLAC CO. 


Pairiington Shopping Center 
lex ‘oan 


CLOSED BUNDA ues 
OLDsMORILE— 1553 "96" de luxe 
yo mend coupe, 2-tome gray. fully 
equipped, power steerin and pow- 
er brakes At cc , guarentee. 


Capitol ‘Cadillac-Olds <0. 


7, ] Lj igi 
REPOSSESSED 
$299.50 TOTAL 


4-door sedan. Beautify! :” fin- 
ish: fully equipped $4 down 
oan tes . up balance at — $20.14 

Por. credit apnpreva! 


Ect Riry MOTORS 
4th & N.Y. Ave. NW. 


Ree 


te 
Capit — iliac Sh Vds Co. 


NW. ST. 3-2600 


ort DERAK ER 49 4 
egal r A 
-- 


es Sob 


oe SALE 97 


* 09 
ns etn Packard 


see ‘door. Pals ag 
condition. $195 


Jeong: Packard 


“COMPANY 
. besutiful rose and 
power 


low mileagd. 
and Warranty. 


ching INC. 


ART Lai PL YMOUTH IMPERIAL 
GEST WASHIN Ce DEALER 
iso0 Wisconsin N EM. 3-4800 


PLYMOUTH 1950 


Convertible coupe: 
room finish. tan : 
Spring orice rise No 823.4 8425, 
Kenyon-Peck Poviiel 
3140 Lee Hwy Arlineton. Wa 
JA. 23-9009 9:30 
y equip 
han 1000 
must sacri. 
PLYMOUTH ‘4a 4-dr Special de 
luxe $245. NORTHY VES 
Conn ave 


Pt vrYouTu .. g°sijon wagon 
Suburban Eauip Ve clean 
RTH HWher MOTORS, 440) 

WO. 6-54654 
wre Rune 
= ae MOTORS. 
ye Ww. ison biv Ari Va. JA. 


M a Cranbro 
sedan Finished in beaut 


blue 


NW 
AD 
1956 Be! pvecere 
De; House < > 
z -tone green and ¢f&« “she! 
pe oy 


ar 7 
rf RAYVT* on 
INC. 
CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH.im PERIATtT 
LARGEST WASHINGTON DEALER 
Wi sin “ EM. 3-4809 


59 4-door sedan, £76 
LI. 6-754 


R 1780, Bae 
FUYMOUTR 
ut 


198. Be vecere _ Aanaer 
be ’ 


LAKE BRANCH 
“Chase Chevrolet 


ei ‘46 4 
. a a? c 


Chevy 


prrueets.! 

House Cs power 

fite * re rales 

7 +«% , . 

Ti And 

INGa 

WHEELER. Peg 

CHRYSLER PI yt TH Ih MEERIA 

ame eal WASH! \ PALER 
A EY 4200 


PONTIAC 
anc heat: } 


“33 "PONTIAC 


— 


PARKWAY. FORD 
Pr 


Pontiacs <— 


595 RA 

ie RAMBI ER® 
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By Robert C. Albright 
Stef! Reporter 

[ Abereg SO often in the history of 

the American political system an 
aroused public opinion asserts itself, 
forcing surprising changes in the way 
Congress does business and screens its 
own membership. 

Sometimes the reforms of the moment 
take permanent root in the legislative 
=rocess. Sometimes they flower into last 
ing changes in the Nation's election laws. 
More often they have died on the vine, 
as public interest itself has waned 

When that has happened, Congress 
has generally declined in esteem, along 
with the politicians who mostly comprise 
it, until—as inevitably occurs in a demo- 
cratic system—somebody comes up with 
some new answers. 


A Historic Moment 
ERHAPS Congress was at turn 
of just such a cycle at that moment 
in the gas bill debate when Sen. Francis 
Case (R-S. Dak.) arose in his place and 
made a speech which almost stopped the 
show. A lawyer interested in passage 
of the natural gas bill had attempted to 
contribute twenty-five $100 bills to 
Case's campaign. Case told his col- 
leagues he could not keep the money. 
What was more, he said, he could not 
now vote for the bill 
Four days later (on Feb. 6) the Senate 
passed the gas bill anyway by a roll call 
vote of 53 to 38. 
The log of the next fortnight is worthy 
of note: 
Feb. 7—The Senate voted 90-0 to create 
a four-nember bipartisan committee to 
investigate the Case incident. (The FBI 
had already been investigating it for 
three days.) 


the 


Feb. 8~A Senate Elections Subcom- 
mittee lost a tug of war with the newly 
created Senate unit for jurisdiction, but 
vowed that it would make a broader in- 
quiry later, 

Feb. 11—The Senate's so-called “select” 
committee turned up testimony that the 
$2500 “campaign contribution” to Case 
came from the personal funds of an oil 
and gas company president. 

Feb. 14—A Federal grand jury began 
questioning key witnesses on the Case 
incident. 

Feb. 17—President Eisenhower vetoed 
the gas bill. In so doing he denounced 
the activities used in lobbying for the-bilF 
as “highly questionable” and “arrogant.” 

Feb The Senate voted 79-1 for an 
all-embracing investigation of improper 
influences on Government, to be con- 
ducted by a new eight-member bipartisan 
committee The authorization was so 
broad that it sperseded other previously 
projected investigations, 


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Ripe for Reform 


HE UNITED STATES Senate 
came a long way in 


thus 
two weeks 
From openly 


expressed skepticism 


Case's charges, it had swung over, as one 


on 


cymic put it, to “the side of the angels.” 
Would its new “select” committee travel 
as far in the weeks and months ahead. 
not only in exposure of wrong-doing, but 
in formulation of constructive remedies” 

That is the big question being raised 
this weekend on Capitol Hill. 

Long before the Case incident, senti- 
ment had been crystallizing for some 
rather far-reaching reforms in the Fed- 
eral Corrupt Pactices 
oulmoded 


Act and the Cap 
itol's I ying stat 


uLes, 


equally lod! 


ee ee ne a 


As far back as June 22, 1955, the Sen- 
ate Rules Committee had favorably re- 
ported the so-called Hennings bill. This 
was designed to modernize existing 
“ceilings” on campaign contributions and 
to turn the spotlight of publicity on 
future contributions. 

The Hennings bill is now on the Sen- 
ate calendar and can be called up at any 
time. Some of its key provisions are 
bitterly contentious, but even a compro- 
mise bill, which is likely to come out of 
the crucible, could result in substantial 
reforms. 


The_20-Cent Formula. 


H ERE ARE of 
visions 


® Spending by national political com- 
mittees, now limited to $3 million, would 
be fixed by a new formula which would 
lift it to about $12 million. The ceiling 
would be computed by multiplying 20 
cents by the total vote for all presiden- 
tial candidates in any of the last three 
presidential elections. 

® Candidates for the Senate could 
spend up to $50,000, or a larger amount 
determined by a similar formula. This 
would be figured by multiplying 10 cents 
by the total vote of all candidates for 
the seat in the previous election. Sen- 
ate candidates are now limited to $25,000 

© Candidates for the House could 
spend up to $12,500 or a larger sum de- 
termined by an identical formula. House 
candidates are now limited to $5000. 

© The proposed law provides that the 
ecilings include not only the amount 
spent by the candidate himself, but all 
the money spent by all committees, both 
interstate and intrastate, set up to sup- 
port him. 

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EDITORIALS 
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7 no cartoon 


come in for some criticism, ¢hiefly from 


who think the ceilings 
But incipal 
ofa lype which could hold up the bill. 
comes from 


Democrats opposing an even more con- 


legislators are 


too low. the pi opposition, 


Republicans and Southern 


views of lobbying and the developing 
lobbying investigation, Lejt, “Its a Good Beginning,” 


No 


This is a 


to cover primaries 


troversial proviso. section 


extending the law 


and party nominating caucuses. 

The present law does not cover primar- 
i¢s or conventions. Southern Democrats 
and some Northern Republicans call the 


ee ee ee 


enate Stick ‘With Angels’ on Lobby Probe? 


hy Dowling in the. New York Herald Tribune. Right, 


“Veto,” by Justus in the Minneapolis Star. 


primary proposal an unconstitutional in- 
vasion of states’ rights. Proponents deny 
this, citing a 1941 Supreme Court de 
cision (United States vs. Classic) which 
held that Congress does have the aufhiér 


See LOBBYING, Page E7, Column 2 


Hoover Jr. ls lke’s Good Rightist Arm 


By Chalmers M. Roberts 
flat Reporter 
EVENTEEN months ago when Herbert 
S Hoover Jr. was about to be sworn in 
as Under Secretary of State, he sat down 
to pencil out an acceptance statement 
for newsmen and television cameras. He 
wrote a sentence saying he had no po- 
litical ambitions whatsoever, then struck 


it out as too awkward and out Of place 


It may very well be true that “Herb, 
as hig friends call him, or “Junior,” as 
some of his enemiés fefer fo film, has 
no political ambitions. But it also is true 
that President Eisenhower considers him 
typical of the younger generation of 
competent Republicans with a bright 
future. 

But whatever the future, the fact is 
that Herbert Hoover Jr. today is one of 
the most powerful men in the Eisen- 
hower Admiinstration. He is also one 
of the most unknown and inaccessibie. 
His few public speeches generally have 
been platitudinous or careful paraphrases 
of Secretary of State John Foster Dulles’ 
pronouncements. He never holds press 
conferences. It is difficult to find out 
the details of his influence on American 
policy. 


How Right? 
"VERY NOW and then, however, the 
Hoover hand may be seen. And a 
check over a period of months on his 
activities has brought other facts to light. 
One of them is that there is an increas 
ing number of persons both inside and 
outside the State Department who feel 
that Hoover not only is often out of step 
with the Eisenhower program but that 


he is a behind-the-scenes operator who 
works closely with other ultra-conserva- 
tive elements to hobble many programs 
approved by the President. 

Curiously, Hoover has been Acting 
Secretary of State on three occasions in 
Dulles’ absence when major bobbles have 
been committed. 


The latest was the recent furor over 


the 43-hour embargo on Middle East 


eae ee 


arms shipments arising out of the load. 
ing of 18 tanks for Saudi Arabia. Hoover 
discussed the tank shipment..with the 
President by phone to Thomasville, Ga., 
and either was unable to dissuade Mr. 
Eisenhower from ordering the embargo 
or did not try to do so. Yet two days 
later, Hoover recommended its lifting. 
The- result of the about-face, in the 
judgment of— diplomats both here and 
abroad, was to make the Untied States 
look exceedingly foolish and to make 
even more difficult Dulles’ efforts to 
avoid sending more arms to Israel at 
this time. 


Dulles Disagreed 


{om FIRST of these three incidents 
occurred last April when war clouds 
hung over the Formosa Straits. Chinese 
Communist Premier Chou En-lai offered 
at the Bandung Conference to “sit down 
and enter into negotiations” with the 
United States. This was the first time 
Chou had drawn back from talk of “lib 
erating” Formosa by force and a great 
sigh of relief went up around the world 

Hoover, however, approved a state. 
ment saying that the United States 
“would insist” that Nationalist China sit 
in at any such talks as “an equal.” The 
Asian reaction in particular was almost 


complete condemnation of the United 
States. Dulles returned to Washington 
and three days later reversed the Hoover 
position by agreéeing to talk to the Com- 
munists without the presence of Chiang 
Kaishek's Nationalists, as has since been 
done. Months later, Hoover was heard 
to say that he still felt he had been right. 

in both these cases, some State De- 
partment officials have put a share of 


a re 


the blame on White House Press Secre- 


tary James C. Hagerty, who was an inter- 
mediary between Hoover andthe Presi- 
dent at some points. But regardiess of 
the facts, Hoover, as Acting Secretary, 
was the President's chief adviser on for- 
eign affairs. 


Bobble No. 3 


HE THIRD INCIDENT in Du.ies’ ab- 

sence came on the return from Mos- 
cow of West German Chancellor Kon- 
This time, Hoover ap- 
proved a statement that the 
of the Russo-German talks was a “tribute 
to the success” of Western diplomacy 
and meant that Russia had had to aban- 
don “its bankrupt German policies.” 
This was in sharp contrast to general 
diplomatic opinion both here and abroad 
—amply confirmed by later knowledge— 
that Adenauer had been forced, in ex- 
change for German war prisoners, to 
knuckle under to Soviet demands to set 
up diplomatic relations with his govern- 
ment. 

These, of course, are major incidents 
which have come to public attention 
Hoover's burden as Undersecretary has 
been more than normal for that post 
because of Secretary Dulles’ many ab- 


rad Adenauer. 
outcome 


Herbert Hoover Jr. is shown being congratulated by his 
father, former President Herbert Hoover, after his swear- 


sences from Washington. His associates 
say that Hoover has adequately handled 
some hot problems in the Secretary's ab- 
Certainly professes com- 
plete agreement and 
Secretary, with the exceptions noted, has 
a high regard for Hoover. 


sence. tloover 


with Dulles, the 


Prey 


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a 


Hoover's part In the Iranian oil settle- 
ment when he was a special assistant to 
Dulles has been described as brilliant 
He kept out of the limelight and stuck 
to patient negotiating, both necessities 
in handling that issue with its complica- 
tions of inflamed Iranian nationalism and 


ing in as Under Secretary of State 17 months ago. In the 
center is Mrs. Hoover Ir. 


stubborn British economic colonialism. 

Hoover saw that the basic task was te 
preserve Iran and its big share of Mid- 
die East oil for the free world, and he 
accepted without question Lran’s nation- 
alization of the British industry, however 


See HOOVER, Page E3, Column 1 


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by a >. 
Italy’s Visitor 
By Leo J. Wollemborg 

An American newspaperman long based 
in Rome, Wollemborg is in Washington 
in connection with Italian President Gron- 
chi's state visit here. 

HEN Giovanni Gronchi was elected 

to succeed Luigi Einaudi as Italian 
Chief of State, a Rome paper wrote: "We 
are passing from one geological era to 
another.” Indeed, during the first nine 
months of his seven-year term, the man 
who arrives Monday in Washington for 
top-level talks with President Eisenhower 
and other United States leaders has man 
aged to take the presidency out of..the 
rarefied climate of a largely ceremonial 
job and to turn it into a dynamic. posi- 
tive and somewhat controversial factor 
in Italian political life. 

In a young republic like Italy, it is the 
man who makes the job rather than the 
other way around. And the Italian con- 
stitution, while basically intended as the 
foundation for a parliamentary ike 
France) rather than for a presidential 
(like the United States), republic, pro- 
vides plenty of scope for a dynamic Chief 
of State. 


Veteran Politician 


RONCHI brings to the. task a unique 

three-way combination of training 
and experience. He started his career as 
a Catholic labor organizer and entered 
political life, as a Christian-Democrat 
deputy, in the aftermath of World War I. 
Forced into retirement by the Fascist re- 
.gime, he turned to business, starting a 
chemical industry that is still prospering, 
thanks also to the contribution of Ameri- 
can capital and know-how, 

After the fall of Fascism, he emerged 
as one of the top leaders of the dominant 
Christian-Democratic party, served as 
Industry Minister in one of the early 


Is a Unique President 


would strike directly at the roots of Com. 
munist influence and appeal. 


postwar cabinets and became a truly na- 
tional figure by turning out a masterful 
performance as Speaker of the House 
for seven years. 

“In your opinion, Mr. President, should 
the Italian Chief of State reign or gov- 
ern?” To this deliberately undiplomatic 
question of mine, President Gronchi last 
week gave a smilingly diplomatic answer 
“A President, you know, should preside.” 
Recalling some of his own public state. 
ments, Gronchi stressed that the first 
duty of the Chief of State is to see to it 
that no part of the Italian democratic 
constitution is stowed away in the icebox, 
Without interfering with the powers and 
responsibilities of Parliament and cab- 
inet, the President can and should prod 
and urge on the other organs of the 
state, pointing out the goals to be pur- 
sued and the solutions to be sought in 
the national interest. 


Anti-Red Approach 


A*™ the President added & sentence 
which, I think, conveys the gist and 
the spirit of his approach to both domes- 
tic and international problems: “We must 
stop thinking about what the Communists 
are doing, and start thinking, instead, 
about what we are NOT doing.” 

In his inaugural speech*before Parlia- 
ment, Gronchi had referred to “those 
working masses and middle classes which 
universal suffrage has led to the thresh- 
old of the edifice of the state without 
bringing them effectively into the polit- 
ical direction of the state itself.” A bolder 
approach to long overdue social and 
economic reforms, Gronchi feels, is re- 


quired not only by Christian justice but 


by cold considerations of political ex- 
pediency. By giving the destitute Italian. 
masses concrete evidence that they have 
a stake in the democratic regime, it 


It would also confront the leftwing 
Nenni Socialists—“this traditionally rest- 
less party”—with both a challenge and 
an opportunity. Over the last few months, 
their attitude already has helped the 
Segni eentér coalition government to 
move ahead on the social and economic 
front. Several important measures (such 
as the tax reform bill) have been en 
acted at last, although some conservative 
groups within the center coalition itself, 
which had accepted those measures as 
part of the legislative program drafted 
two years ago by the Scelba government, 
were still reluctant to have them im 
plemented 


Testing the Socialists 


T this point, I was ready with the 
obvious question: Won't the next 
step be likely to involve—as quite a few 
people, both in Italy and abroad, fear— 
letting the Nenni Socialists into the gov- 
ernment, where they would act as a Tro- 
jan horse and vanguard of the Commu. 
nists themselves? 


But I did not have to ask. Anticipating 
the question, Gronchi went on to elab- 
orate on a concept which he had out- 
lined in previous conversations with this 
writer, even before his election to the 
Presidency. The Nenni Socialists need 
not be invited into the government. But 
they should be given the opportunity to 
differentiate themselves from the Com- 
munists. 

Leftwing Socialist leaders have been 
proclaiming their willingness to help 
speed the country on the road to long 
overdue social and economic reforms. 
They must now be put to a real test, a 
test of deeds and not only of words. 

This can be done, the lialian Chief 


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ltalian President Gronchi says long overdue social and 
economic reforms for the “working masses and middle 


of State feels, by the democratic forces 
taking bolde®, aggressive action to eradi- 
eate those economic and social inequities 
on which Communism thrives. 

Should the Socialist leaders condition 
their support of such a policy to a loosen- 
ing of Italian loyalty to the Western al- 
liance and to democratic institutions, 
they. would stand exposed, befpre the 


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’ 


country and before their own electorate, 
as more interested in promoting Com- 
munist subversion and Soviet domination 
than in the welfare of Italian workers. 

But should the test prove successful, 
it would provide Italy with the broad 
political foundation necessary to at last 
launch a full-scale attack upon her 
chronic problems, 


TS I) ae 


classes” would hit hard at Communist appeal by giving 
them concrete evidence of their stake in the democracy. 


Unemployment and underemployment 
are the most urgent of those problema, 
Gronchi stresses. Their solution, broadly 
following the “Economic Development 


Outline” drafted by the late Budget Min. 
ister Ezio Vanoni, is the key both to do 
mestic stability and to a more active and 


See GRONCHI, Page E5, Columa 5 


THE WASHiINGiON POST and 
E ” Sunday, February 26, 1956 


iiMise HeEnALD 


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District Affairs 


Police Department Pays Off on Brains 


By Alfred E. Lewis 


THINGS ARE DIFFERENT. around police 
headquarters these days. A new professional 
attitude is changing the tone of the place. 

It used to be that what mattered was whom 


you knew. Now what counts 
is What you know, and what 
you do This has come 
about because of two things 
new promotion procedures, 
ang a new incentive for 
policemen to learn 

There is even a scholastic 
aimosphere at headquarters. 
Policemen and policewomen 
ate seen walking through 
the corridors with books un- 
def their arms at all times 
of day or evening. Cur- 
rently. these courses are being conducted at 
headquarters 

® An cight-week in-service training program 
in the prevention and detection of juvenile 
delinquency» Forty-five students are attend- 
ing; Insp. John E. Winters, head of the Youth 
Aid Division, is in charge 

© Morning and afternoon classes given by 
American Unive tt’ arg y 150 

cers rhe curri to a 


Lewis 


attended b 

ulum leads 

of studies given by Mary 

and attended by 50 police of 
may be applied to a degree 

attending the American University 

silty classes do so on their 

own expense.) 


(Students 
and Marviand Univ 
own and at 1 

eA 
chool crossing 
John J. Agnew 

**\ 12-week pol 
45 now attending 


Lime 
special tralik program for 
guards: Deputy Police Chief 
head of traffic, is in charge 


’ : ts 
training 


class 


ready 


division 
25 more 


training 
with and 


to go. 


CONTEMPLATED are specialized retrain 
ing courses for officers assigned to the Traffic 
Division. and other retraining classes for all 
policemen who have been out of police school 
more than 

All this goes hand in hand with new pre 
cedures which determine ratings on fitness and 
experience for future promotion exams. The 


1 \ ais 


Virginia Affairs 


A Party Line With 


By Benjamin Muse 


more contemptible, in 


HiNGS are 

yoinion, than trying to connect 
whose 
is far 


people 
That 


erry respectable 


COTTATTI VAC: 
re opposed to ones own 


the Byrd political organiza- 
tion in Virginia 

But following the “party 
line” in this state has be- 
keeping in step with the 
gyrations the party iine 
in Soviet Rugsia 

Under the Byrd organization there has al- 
ways been a party line. For some years it was 
a relatively friendly sort of thing, summed up 
more or less in: pay-as-you-go, back the organi- 
vation candidates, denounce Harry Truman 
and praise Harry Byrd 

On the segregation issue, however, the party 
line has been a Draconian and all-embracing 
affair. No machine tician has been willing 
to venture into this No Man's Land alone—or 
even with a dozen companions. The organiza- 
tion has been loath to march with anything 
less than battalion strength. 


of 


Dial 


A SEGREGATION measure has to have not 
two or six but at least 50 patrons before it is 
introduced in the General Assembly. Then dis- 
sent in ahy quarter arouses resentment not un- 
like that which conspirators feel toward a 
comrade who shrinks -troma_dubious enter- 
prise. 

In the one instance when the segregation 
question was put before the people, the or- 
ganization mobilized its every resource in the 
hope of producing a nearunanimous result. 
The mere 2-te-1 victery in the referendum was 
a disappointment. Localities as well as in- 
dividuals are doing penance now for deviation 
from the party line in that critical contest. 

But who. can tell from week to week wh: 
1S the party line_on compliance with 
Supreme Cougt decision’ 

4 long time ago. that is. on May 17. 1954 
the Governor, in an unguarded moment, 


Maryland Affairs 


ratings count two-thirds and the examination 
counts one-third of the final mark which puts 
policemen on the Civil Service list from which 
promotions are made. 

Under this method, and by order of Chief 
Robert V. Murray, all members of the depart 
ment are given numerical performance ratings 
at the end of each six months. Commanding 
officers of precincts, bureaus and divisions are 
responsible for rating members of their com 
mand, but a rating board of three deputy 
chiefs determine the final figure. 

District inspectors must give a performance 
rating on the captain of each precinct in their 
district at the end of each six months \ 
board consisting of seven deputy chiels rates 
each inspector. 


SOMETHING NEW (it was experimented 
with during the last promotional examination 
and was considered so effective that the police 
department is broadening it) is personal inter- 
views for men seeking promotion 

During the last examination, a board of 
deputy chiefs interviewed the lieutenants who 
were going to take the examination for cap- 
tain. They were given on-the-spot problems to 
werk out—so that the board could study their 
reactions under pressure. This has now been 
broadened so that sergeants also will appesr 
before the board. 

What this boils down to is that the key men 

today’s department are picking the ke) 
men of the future. Today's lieutenant is to 
morrow'’s precinct captain—and a precinct 
eaptain’s daily problems are as extensive as 
the wide range of woes the citizens in his area 
manage to have. He must be able to deal with 
them immediately, and properly. 

So that where aspiring lieutenants once had 
only to undergo a written examination for pro 
motion, they now must face a board of seven 
tough veterans who khow all their future 
problems as precinct captains and pretty much 
what should be done about them. The board 
knows what to look for, and the men coming 
before it know they're on the spot 

One fair conclusion from all this would seem 
to be that, with the emphasis on training and 
the new promotion procedures (again, its not 
whom you know, but what... ., the new look 
in the police department has far more to do 
with Drains than brawn. 


of 


Built-in Cutoff 


lsid down the party line as one of working 
“toward a plan which will be acceptable to our 
citizens and in keeping with the edict of the 
court. 

But that was before Southside Virginia had 
been heard from. also betore Governor 
Byrnes of South Carolina and seven other 
Southern governors had come up to talk with 
Stanley. For a few days, a number of naive 
leaders talked about the necessity of comply- 
ing in good faith with the law of the land 
But before that party line got very far, we 
had another one. 

On June 25, 1954, the Gevernor said: “I shall 
use every legal means at my command tv 
continue segregated schools in. Virginia.” 

That lasted 17 months. Meanwhile, however, 


the Gray Comission was 
party line. Last November, the new party line 
was proclaimed: Let counties integrate thelr 
public schools if they must, but let those who 
object send their children to private schools, 
partly at state expense. This also was a double 
priority proposition; everything had to move 
with breathless speed 

The law calling the referendum itself stated 
that it was enacted “in order to assure the 
adoption of the contemplated amendments 
and revisions within the time necessary to 
permit educational aid the school year 
1956-1957. 


THAT REMAINED the party line for about 
one month. Then interposition came along, and 
the party line ran off into a swamp. Inter- 
position, as firet contemplated, would have 
deciared the Supreme Court decfee null and 
void and let it go at that. It would have made 
all the Gray Commission business pure 
nonsense. 

The interposition resolution which was 
finally adopted did not nullify the court's 
decree. It merely declared the state's intention 
to get around it as best it could. The Gray 
plan was receding, but it was still in the pic 
ture. 

Now comes the Moore resolution (64 
patrons), and the new party line: no integra 
tion anywhere for another year and a half, 

The trouble with Arlington County is simply 
that it hasn't been agile enough in jumping 
with the party line. However, as Frank Mon- 
cure will tel) you, Arlington is little more 
than a satellite anyway. 


in 


McKinsey Report Controversial, Too 


By Laurence Stern 


THE McKINSEY report on conduct of Mont- 
* gomery County school affairs exploded local- 
ly last week the same impact 
of another similarly named report on a far 
more venerable public in- 
stitution. 

A team from the national 
management consulting 
firm of McKinsey & Co, 
had placed Montgomery's 
school administration on 
the dissecting table and 
then spent four months 
probing for needed reforms. 

What the doctors McKin- 
sey came up with is bound 
to initiate great dehate, 
none the less significant 
for its ca scope, in the community and 
among proféssional schoolmen, The issue’ 
How to make the most effective use of the 
tax dollar to finance a sound program of 
public education 

Nothing in the report detracted from the 
otistanding reputation of Montgomery's edu- 
cational program. The critical barbs and ree- 
ommendations of the consultants were aimed 
only at the current housekeeping practices of 
the school administration in providing high 
caliber educational. fare. 

THE CONSULTANTS emphasized that at 
the root of the county school system's admin- 
istrative troubles is a factor over which 
Meither educators nor government heads have 
eontrol: the phenomenta!l growth of the coun- 
ty’s school population. It has doubled in the 
past five years and is expected to increase 
again by 75 per cent in the next five years. 
he current rate of spending for county 
thools is roughly 80 cents out of each tax 

pliar. As a broad comparison, the District 
f Columbia, with a far more stable popula- 
lien base. earmarked 16 per cent of local and 
outside revenues for schools. 

Too, Montgomery faces construction needs 
eosting $10 million annually through 1960, 
eccording to the survey. 


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These were some of the stern facts which 
confronted school and county heads when 
they decided jointly to finance the $20,000 
McKinsey survey. They asked the consultants 
to examine the Board of Education's work- 
ing relationships with the County Council, 
guardian of county purse strings. 

The McKinsey firm was alse told to evalu. 
ate the school system's internal organization. 
And the McKinsey men were asked to ap- 
praise the manner in which school officials 
were handling their share of the county's 
tax pie. 

When the consultants came up with pro- 
posais for a sweeping reorganization in fiscal 
and administrative management, the school 
heads got nothing more than they asked for. 


THE REPORT called for tighter budget 
controls for both operating and capital out- 
lay programs; enlargement of the adminis- 
trative staff; closer liaison on fiscal matters 
between the council and school board; long- 
term purchase of school sites; ceasing to use 
Federal and state grants to finance overex- 
penditures and centralization of purchasing 
and cafeteria operations. 

The consultants estimated the initial cost 
of their recommendations at $125,000, but 
they assured school and county officials that 
eventual savings through streamlining the 
program would repay this many times. 

The degree to Mt er the school heads have 
been sold on the McKinsey program will soon 
be apparent in their operating budget recom- 
mendations. Meanwhile, battle lines are drawn 
over the controversial McKinsey proposals. 
State superintendent of schools, Dr. Thomas 
J. Pullen, for one, said that the consultants’ 
recommendations would “tend to destroy pro- 
fessional school leadership.” 

Advocates of minimum schoo! spending and 
program geared to the “Three Rs” may, on 
the other hand, invoke the report in demand. 
ing future cutbacks of school appropriations. 

But if the county is going to get its $20,- 
000 worth out of the survey, school heads 
will have to sit down and take a long, critical 
look at the McKinsey recommendations be- 
tween now and budget time, 


The Laboratory Casebook 


Hear a Musical Note? 


The Phone’s Ringing 


By Nate Haseltine 


Sie Reporter 


WHEN NEXT YOU hear the 
musical tone—it may be time 
to pick up your telephone re- 
ceiver. 

Bell Tele- 
phone Labora- 


) The 
tories have de- 
veloped a new) Laboratory’ 
musical tone asebook 


device which’! 
nk Bebe Sabeds 
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may someday 
replace the fa- 
miliar, baby- 
waking bell of 
present day phones. The first 
major field trial of the new 
device will take place in the 
Crystal Lake, IIL, area this 
spring. 

The area was selected for 
the variety of telephone equip- 
ment in service there. Some 
300 customers on 100 tele- 
phone lines, ranging from in 
dividual to 8-party rural serv- 
ice, will be asked to partici- 
pate. 

In the trials, the tone will 
be transmitted with the same 
amount of power required to 
carry a telephone 
tion — considerably less than 
that used to make today’s 
telephones ring. The ordinary 
telephone bell requires 85 
volts to sound its signal, the 
new device sounds its musical 
tone on less than 1 volt. 


The secret of the savings ir 
current is that the musical 
tone equipment uses transi- 
tors, the tiny, low-powered 
substitutes for vacuum tubes. 
Transistors are rapidly taking 
ever many functions in tele- 
phone communication systems. 

Limited field trials and lab- 
oratory tests reported by the 
Bell Laboratories have shown 
the advantages of musica! tone 
telephone alarms. The reac- 
lions of a “jury” of men and 
women participants proved 
that the musical tone can be 
heard at great distances 

It reportedly stands out 
above general reom noise and 
can be distinguished from 
such sounds as ringing door- 
bells, alarm clocks and fire 
alarms. Whether or not it can 
be confusing te owners of 
homes with doorbell chimes 
or chiming clocks was not re- 
ported. 

But one advantage rated 
high by Bell scientists was 
made public — the musical 
tone is an aid to the partially 
deaf because it contains more 
energy in the middle fre- 
quency range where there is 
ordinarily legs loss of hearing 
acuity. 


A NAVY CHIEF ustng an 
Army engineer's design and 
blueprints has constructed a 
crevasse detector which warns 


__of impending disaster. 


Crevasses are open chasms 


in glacial er land ice. They 
are usually camouflaged by a 
cover of snow. Members of 


The Naturalist 


conversa-- 


polar and mountain expedi- 
tions live in constant alarm 
of these natural death traps. 

Owen M. Perry, a Navy elec: 
tronics technician, assembled 
the new crevasse detector 
while aboard an icebreaker 
en route to Antarctica, as part 
of Operation Deepfreeze at 
the South Pole. 

With the detector, the driv 
er of a snow vehicle watches 
a special meter as he moves 
forward over ice or smow. As 
long as the meter needle stays 
at a reading of 20, every- 
thing’s okay. If it dips to 15, 
beware; if it drops to 10, bail 
out! 


THE FIVE-POINT DROP is 
enough to arouse suspicions 
The 10-point drop confirms 
them. On tests, the Navy re- 
ported out of Antarctica, the 
detector spotted every known 
crevasse, and even some new 
ones—all in time. 

Here is how the device 
works: One metal sied is 
pushed along 206 feét aliead oF 
the Weasel (vehicle for trav- 
eling across snow). It carries 
a 39-inchsquare meter. Two 
other metal sleds trail the 
Weasel at 20-foot intervals. 
An electric impulse is_re- 
leased from the rearmost sled, 
its energy passing through the 
snow under the vehicle and 
in the air over the vehicle, 
completing its cycle at its 
point of origin. 

The cycle reverses itself at 
the rate of 60 times a second. 

Normal snow underfoot pro- 
duces a meter reading of 20; 
an empty spot (air) in the ice 
hinders the impulse and low. 
ers the reading. 

With the detector mounted 
20 feet ahead of the weasel, 
the driver has only 10 feet 
in which to stop before the 
weasel reaches the edge of the 
crevasse. But since weasels 
travel only about three miles 
an hour, this is considered suf- 
ficient warning 


Science Briefs 


NATIONAL Heart Institute 
scientists in Bethesda have 
succeeded in breaking down 
the anticilotting drug heparin 
into several of its larger, iden 
tifiable parts. This marks the 
first even partial identification 
of a valuable heart drug whic 
has resisted analysis since 
was found in 1916 


CLOUD BEHAVIOR may 
give up some of its secrets to 
a new high-speed electronic 
device called a cloud particle 
counter. The instrument au 
tomatically samples and meas. 
ures minute moisture particles 


of which clouds are formed. 
Armour 


esearch Foundation 


of the Illinois Institute of 
Technology developed it for 
the Air Force. 


Are You Unwittingly 
Poisoning the Birds? 


By Irston R. Barnes 


President 

IF YOUR BIRD FEEDERS 
are allowed to develop unsani- 
tary conditions, or if you feed 
moidy grain and seeds, you 
may be spreading a deadly 
fungus disease which will kill 


many of the birds that visit 
vour feeding station 

In the current issue of Au 
dubon Magazine. John K. Ter 
res, its editor, reports that this 
fatal disease has been discov 
ered among birds at feeding 
stations in Connecticut. It is 
the same disease, commonly 
called “brooder pneumonia,” 
that plagues chicken and game 
farms ~under similar condi- 
tions. The fungus, Aspergil- 
lous fumigatus, develops on 
grain and bird seeds when 
they become moldy. The dis- 
ease comes from the spores of 
the fungus. 

Birds, coming to the feeder, 


inhale the spores of the fungus. 


and the infection develops in 
their lungs and air sacs. Birds 
are unable to detect the pres- 
ence of the fungus, or if they 
do, they do not know enough 
to avoid the danger. 

Symptomatically, says Ter- 
res, the disease begins with 
the birds becoming listless and 
sluggish, perching or standing 
with feathers ruffled and eyes 
closed. As’ the disease prog- 
resses, the birds develop diar- 
rhea, which may then be a link 
in spreading the fungus 
growth to other feeding trays 
through the birds’ droppings 
And then the birds may be de- 
tected breathing more rapidly 
The disease is fatal. The sick 
birds become weaker and 
weaker until they die. 


THE FACT that no sick or 
dying birds are seen about a 
feeder is no assurance that 
dangerous ,conditions do not 
exist or that birds are not be- 
coming infected, if there are 
unsanitary conditions at the 
feeder. The birds may wander 
off and die at a distance. 

Everyone who operates a 
feeding station has a responsi. 
bility to maintain safe and 
healthy conditions. One may 
be sure that birds are not be- 
ing enticed to their doom by 
following a few simple rules: 

® Clean off the tray after 
every rain and be stre that 
the tray has a chance to dry 
thoroughly in the sun before 
leaving seeds on it for any 
length of time. Indeed, a regu- 
lar sunning of the bare tray 
is a good procedure to adopt. 

© Trays should be cleaned 
every day or two in any event, 
for the birds leave an accumu- 
lation of husks under which 
dampness and mold may de- 


Audubon Bociety of 


the District ef Columbia 


velop and become a source of 
danger even when clean seeds 
are put out each morning. 

® Feed only clean, dry seeds; 
store the seeds or grain in a 
dry place and do not mix new 
supplies with old. If you do 
discover that mold has started 
in a supply of seeds, burn 
them 

The hopper-type feeder pre. 
sents two special problems. 
The receptacie that holds the 
seeds should be waterproof; 
otherwise, mold may develop 
within the hopper and con- 
taminate the seed supply as it 
is replenished. The tray bot- 
tom of the hopper, like any 
other tray. has a chance to 
hold husks and damp seeds, 
offering a suitable place for 
the fungus to incubate. It 
should be cleaned regularly. 


ALL SCRAPINGS from bird 
feeders should be disposed of 
in such a way that no animal 
can get them. The best dispo- 
sition is to burn them, but if 
that is not possible, they 
should be buried. Rabbits and 
dogs are very susceptible. to 
the fungus infection, Terres 
reports. In addition to the in- 
fection arising from breathing 
the spores, a toxin, which is 
poisonous to rabbits, guinea 
pigs, mice and chickens, has 
been experimentally produced 
from the fungus. 

Difficulties with keeping 
feeders clean and sanitary may 
suggest that it might be easier 
to feed the birds on the 
ground. There is no assurance 
that this would wholly elim 
nate the risk of infection. But 
if you do feed on the ground, 
it is more important than ever 
to put out only such quantities 
of food as the birds will quick- 
ly pick up. Otherwise, you are 
more likely to attract rats to 
your home. 

If sick and infected birds ap. 
pear at your feeder, stop feed. 
ing completely for a time and 
let the congregated birds dis. 
perse. Although the birds do 
not contract the disease direct- 
ly from one another, the drop- 
pings from infected birds may 
start the fungus growth in 
ether feeders and so spread 
the ‘ 
A bird is not necessarily sick 
just because it is sleeping with 
ruffled feathers. Watch such 
birds to see if they appear list- 
less when they awake. Birds 
normally sleep with their 
feathers fluffed out; in cold 
weather, they fluff their feath- 
ers in order to hold more air 
between the feathers to insu- 
late them against the cold. 


—And No Cheating, Please Pal 


The Kid’s Dumb? YOU Try This Test 


By Herman R. Allen 


AP Newsfeatures writer 

SO THEY don't teach ‘em in high school 
like they did in your day? So they can't read, 
or write good grammar, or think out prob- 
lems—or just plain think? 

Maybe so, but just for fun why not sample 
the tests that some of today’s seniors take to 
win National Honor Society college scholar- 
ships? 

Last year, about 10.000 students in more 
than 2500 high schools went after the awards, 
trying to help pay their college tuition. This 
years tests will be held March 20, and 78 
awards are available, totaling $17,500. The 
largest is $1500—divid-d $500 for each of three 
years. 

Highest test scores in the last 
have run a shade over 80 per cent 
test takes 90 minutes. You should get through 
the following questions—samples selected 
from several different examinations—in be- 


few years 
The full 


Here’s a sample— 
1. Portion 

2. Rabbits 

3. Cut 

Got the idea? 


Share 
Hares 
Shear 
Now you're on your own: 


. Blackboard 


PART 4 


Direction: Below are four quotations from 
speeches or writings of American Presidtnts. 
Following them are the names of five Presi- 
dents. Match each quotation with the name 
of the proper President. One point for each 
correct answer. 

l. “The only limit of our realization of to- 
norrow will be our doubts of today.” 

2. “The responsibility of the great states is 
Lo serve and not to dominate the world.” 

3. “The American spirit of rugged 
dividualism.” . 

4. “I should like to be known as a former 


in- 


tween 15 and 20 minutes. 


ALL SET? Pencil sharp? 


(You'll find the answers on Page E 5.) 


PART 1 
Directions: 


Four of the terms of the fol. 


President who tries to mind his own business.” 


Away we go’ 


A. Calvin Coolidge. 
B. Dwight D. Eisenhower 
C. Herbert Hoover 


D. Franklin D. Roosevelt 


lowing series of five are alike in some respect 


and one is different in that respect. 
the word in each series which does not belong 
with the others. Score one point for each cor- 


rect answer. 
|, Honesty” ~ Honor 
U prightness 
2. Freud Jenner Koch 


3. Hindu Mongolic 
Zoroastrian 


Egotistic Exhibitional 
Pompous 
PART 2 

Directions 


“Legality 


Lister 
Shinto 


Pretentious 


Match the numbered terms on 


Circle 


and one west. 
Probits 


E. Harry S. Truman 


PART 5 


At an imaginary point in the United States, 
three rivers unite to form a fourth. One river 
flows south, one flows southwest, one north 


The bed of River A is dry half of the year. 


Excessive fog tends to form over River B. 


Pasteur 
Taoist 


Ostentatious 


The water in River C is warm and muddy, 
but that in River D fs cold and clear. 
dam were constructed in River B for power 
generation purposes, 
useless because of silt deposits. 

From your knowledge of the general topog- 


If a 


it would soon become 


raphy of the United States and from the facts 
given above, in which direction does each river 


the left with the lettered terms on the right 
This is a test of ability to make fine distinc 


tions Score one 
matching 
1. Capriciousness of chance 
. General matter of chance 
. Favorable development 
. Single circumstance 
. Train of circumstances 


PART 3 


point 


Directions: 


words in the set 


for 


For the following set of words, 
find one group of five letters which can be 
arranged to spell a synonym for each of the 
Score five points for the set. 


each correct 


flow? Score one point for each correct answer. 


PART 6 


I can build a fence in 4% eight-hour days. 


After | have worked on the job for three days, 


4. Fortuitous 
B. Fortunate 
C. Lucky 


E. Successful, 


my brother comes to help me. 
finish the fence in seven hours. 
1. Who is the faster fence builder, or is 
there no difference? 
D. Prosperous 2. lf different, in what ratio? 
to 7, or 4 to 3). 
Score one point for each correct answer. 


Together we 


(Such as 9 


Now look alt page ES to see how you. did. 


well. 


Emergency Measures Studied 


Canada’s Having 


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And don't be too discouraged if you didn't do 
You've probably already decided on 
your own that this is a tough one—and it is. 
Even for high school seniors. 


Farm Problems, Too 


Like the United States, Canada is in a dither over the farm problem—one of the 
chief aspects of which is the wheat surplus and what to do about it. 


B. G. V. Ferguson 
Editor. The Montreal Star 

MONTREAL The wheat 
surplus has piled up and, un 
til recently, wheat export sales 
have been poor. The House of 
Commons is now debating 
emergency measures proposed 
by the government to tide the 
western farmers over thet 
present cash shortage. 

The government's policies 
have been strongly criticized 
by the opposition parties and 
a minor filibuster is in prog- 
ress by the small socialist 
group, almost all the members 
of which hail from the prairie 
wheat lands. 

The government has pro 
posed loans for farmers who 
have their wheat stored on the 
farm and on which no payment 
has been made. The loans are 
to be made by the banks at 5 
per cent as normal commercial 
risks, but the government 
stands ready te guarantee 
them. 

In addition, the government 
is prepared to pay storage 
charges on unsold wheat, The 
cost for this season is esti- 
mated at about $30 million, 
though if the wheat remains 
unsold and another big crop 
is piled on top this year, the 
annual cost of such a scheme 
would mount very fast 

THE GOVERNMENT is. 
however, convinced that the 
crisis is a temporary one, that 
sales will pick up and that, 
over a season or two, nature 
will come to the rescue of the 
present world surplus situa. 
tion. The situation was ex- 
pressed thus by the Minister 
of Justice, S. S. Garson, who 
hails from a Manitoba wheat- 
growing constituency: 

“Early in this present mar- 
keting year, our sales were 
very low. The main reason for 
this was that there was no con- 
fidence abroad in the pricing 
of wheat in North America. 
Everybody was expecting that, 
since the United States was in 
effect giving away a lot of 
wheat, Canada would be 
forced to do the same, or at 
the very least, that we would 
have to cut our prices heavily. 


“... As a result, up to Noy. 
1, 1955, our advance sales were 
weelully deficient. But, when 
it became clear that-in spite 
of all the agitation outside and 
inside Canada we were in gen- 


eral goi to maintain our 
price, ora started to come 


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in. The Minister of Trade and 
Commerce says that never be- 
fore in his experience has he 
seen buying as active and as 
steady as it has been since 
Nov. 1.” P 

Since this speech was deliv- 
ered, however, there has been 
a further move in the world 
wheat game. The British, who 
dropped out of the internation- 
al wheat agreement three 
years ago, have announced 
that they will not enter one 
now 

Canadian Minister of Trade 
and Commerce Howe has said 
that if the British do this. 
there will be slight advantage 
to Canada entering another in- 
ternational plan. The pressure 
from potential buyers to get 
wheat at lower prices there. 
fore continues 


THE BRITISH were ready 
enough to make wheat deals 
and enter agreements so long 
as the ceiling price remained 
to stop a wheat price rise in 
a sellers’ market. Now that 
the shoe is on the other foot, 


‘War's Gateway’ 


Being Widened 

THE BRENNER PASS. 
famed “gateway of war’ 
through the Alps, is being 
widened because of congested 
peacetime traffic. A second 
double lane will be added. 

The first paved road through 
the Brenner was built by the 
Romans. It was rebuilt by 
Charlemagne. In 1772, a wider 
road was constructed, and in 
1867 the first railroad was 
completed, says the National 
Geographic Society. 

For 2000 years, the gatewey 
has been a channel for i- 
vasion, commerce and  cul- 
ture, as the lowest and most 
accessible route through the 
central Alps. Famous com- 
manders have marched 
through the Brenner, includ. 
ing Attila the Hun and 
Napoleon. 

In modern times, the Bren- 
ner Pass gained notoriety as 
the meeting place of Hitler 
and Mussolini. After ine 
Rome-Berlin alliance, the 
route became almost indis- 
pensable to the Axis cause. 
Over it flewed Germany's coal 
and raw materials for the fac. 
tories of Italy, and back came 
Italian food, textiles, minerals 
and armamenis for the Nazi 
war machine. 


So Oe, GORE R cms et 6 OY RRR SRD Oe ot 


and the market belongs more 
to the buyers, the British want 
no part of any deal designed 
to hold prices between a max- 
imum and a minimum range. 


They want te see wheat cost 
less, and this is understand- 
able in view of the British gov- 
ernment’s recent action in de- 
creasing the bread subsidy— 
which had been in force in 
that country since 1939. 

The chance of a further 
struggle over prices is there- 
fore anticipated, though the 
recent severe cold snap over 
most of Europe will do a great 
deal to diminish the yield of 
winter-sown crops and. indeed, 
jeopardize spring wheat as 
well if the bad spell continues, 

But western Canadians re- 
member that ‘the -British, like 
the Canadians and the Ameri- 
cans, are signatories of the 
North Atlantic treaty. Article 
2 of the treaty pledges the 
signing nations to assist each 
other by the development of 
common economic policies de- 
signed to stimulate interna- 
tional trade. Nobody has yet 
paid much effective attention 
to Article 2 but there it stands 
as @ monument to high hopes, 
no matter how these have 
been abused in the. past. 


AT ALL EVENTS, it is basic 
Canadian policy that, for the 
sake of the prairie economy, 
20 million acres should be 
sown to wheat each year. Un- 
der normal conditions, av- 
eraged over the vears, this vol- 
ume does not lead to the ac- 
cumulation of surpluses. 


Under unusually favorable 
conditions, however, a plant- 
ing of this size produces a sur- 
plus. When this happens, the 
government in Ottawa says, it 
is up to the nation as a whole 
to help the farmers through 
an emergency. Its 1956 policies 
are an attempt te do just that, 

There are many observers, 
however, who fear lest the rea- 
soning of the government, 
though soundly based on the 
historical record, may not now 
hold true. New methods of 
tillage, increased conservation 
of water and more irrigation 
may make a cycle of dry years 
less important than it used to 
be 


If there should be one or 
two more big crops in succes 
sion, the present farm policy 
of the government may have 
to be overhauled, and, from 
this side of the line, it looks 
as if United States farm poli 
cies may suffer the same fate 


Our Time Is Runnizz 


By John Cowles 


President of the Minneapolis Star and 
Tribune, who has just returned from Asia 
Gopyright, 1956, Minneapolis Star and Tribune Co 

“WHY,” I ASKED one of the most dis- 
tinguished editors in India, “are the In- 
dian people, who are so violently opposed 
to colonialism in Asia, apparently indif- 
ferent to Soviet Russia's colonialism in 
Eastern Europe?” 

“Because Asians think of colonialism 
as beirc the rule by white people of col- 
ered people,” the editor answered, “and 
the people who live in Russia's European 
satellites aren't colored.” 

“But, then. why don’t Indians regard 
Communist Russia's occupation of Czech- 
oslovakia and Poland as being, if not 
colonialism, at teast imperialism?’ |! 
asked 

“Because Russia docs not have an em- 
peror,” was the reply. “To Asians, im- 
perialism means expoitation by a foreign 
country which has an emperor. You will 
recall that the British formerly called 
their king the Emperor of India. Russia 
today has no emperor, no czar. The Com- 
munists liquidated him. Therefore, what 
Russia may be doing in eastern Europe 
is not by our definition imperialism.” 


AMERICANS may think this is a silly, 
hair-splitting exercise in semantics, but a 
few days later, after another distin- 
guished Indian editor in another city had 
answered my same questions in almost 
the same way, I began to realize why 
many of our propaganda broadcasts and 
appeals to Asia apparently have so little 


to comprehend why they act and o as 
they do. Most of them have just recently 
won their national freedom from Euro- 
pean colonial powers, and have what one 
might call a psychosis on the subject of 
colonialism and foreign interference. 

They all want their dignity as free and 
sovereign nations respected. They all 
want to raise their standards of living. 
They all want peace 


ALTHOUGH President Eisenhower has 
enormous personal prestige in Asia, large- 
ly because of his emphasis on peace at 
the Geneva summit meeting, Communist 
propaganda is nevertheless highly effec- 
tive in presenting the United States as a 
nation which wants war in Asia so that 
Americans can sudsequently exploit the 
Asians ; 

Whenever we press an Asian country 
to sign any kind of a military assistance 
agreement, or even indirectly try to en- 
courage Asian nations to join such things 
as the Baghdad pact, of which Britain 
rather than the United States is the nomi- 
nal sponsor, we rrovide the Communists 
with rich propananda material. One im- 
portant effect is that some of the other 
Asian neutral countries become suspi- 
cious, fantastic as we may know it to be, 
of our motives. 

A few days ago some 7000 American 
soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines de- 
scended on Thailand from sea and air to 
demonstrate to the Thais in a much bally- 
hooed operation that the South East Asia 
Treaty Organ'zation has real teeth in it, 
and is not just “a paper tiger.” Undoubt- 
ed'y we convinced the Thais that Amert- 
can armed micht is real, but the fact of 
highest significanee is that no other Asian 


* 


WHILE WE are ‘conducting a military 
demonstration nepr Bangkok, the Rus- 
sians continue such things as operating a 
free medical clinic and hospital at Teh- 
ran, Iran. Undoubtedly this clinic is 
also a center for Communist espionage, 
but it is an example of how clever the 
Russians are in dressing up their activi- 
ties so as to appeal to the Asians, while 
we, in the minds of the neutralists, ap- 
pear to be concentrating on preparations 
for war. 

Even Pakistan is beginning to weigh 
the relative value of its military pact with 
the United States in comparison with the 
bencfits it might get from Russia and 
China if it terthinated its agreement with 
us, “went neutral” and signed peace and 
goodwill treaties with the Communists. 

The prime minister of Pakistan volun- 
teered to me a few weeks ago, for exam- 
ple, that he was rlanning a “goodwill mis 
sion’ to China shortly after the conclu- 
sion of Secretary of State Dulles’ much 
publicized visit to Karachi next month. 


THE AMERICAN position is progres 
sively deteriorating throughout most of 
Asia. If we want to be realistic, we must 
recognize that before long we will prob- 
ably face one of two alternatives 


1, Either the free world must be pre- 
pared to accept the less to the Commua- 
nist orbit of most of what remains of free 
Asia, and with it the tin and tungsten and 
mangenese and other natural . resources 
on which a substantial part of our own 
national security denends: or 

2. We must rapidly adopt a bold, imag. 
inative and appealing policy in Asia. 


It seems perfectly clear to me what 


= Out in Southeast Asia 


this group. Perhaps Iran should be part 
of another program for the Middle East 
area. 

Most of these countries are economi- 
cally and politically extremely weak, but 
most genuinely want to establish them- 
selves as independent, free, self-sufficient 
democracies. 

The United States, incomparably the 
strongest and richest democracy in the 
world, ought to regard it both as a neces. 
sity in connection with our own long-term 
national security and as a tangible affir- 
mation of our own basic philosophieal 
faith to help these struggling nations 
raise their living standards and maintai: 
their liberties from totalilarianism 

These nations are all children of rev: 
lution. So is America. They all wan! 
lo escape war, stay neutral and avoid en 
‘angiing military alliances just as Georg: 
Washington in his farewell address urgec 
a then weak United States to do. 


SHOULD WE criticize these politically 
immature and unstable countries for de- 
siring to remain neutral as between the 
two colossal power blocs, the Communist 
world, which abuts many of them on 
the north, and the Free World, consist- 
ing primarily of the United States and 
Britain, plus a part of Northwestern 
Europe, which is thousands of miles 
away? 

Our own country stayed neutral for 
nearly a century and a half afier its 
creation. We have learned to respect 
and estcem other nations which also 
have wished to remain neutral. Sweden 
and Switzerland are examples. 


Instead of criticizing these new South- 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


Sunday, February 26, 1956 


a”. aa a 


3 - > -@ 
oe ae 
rainuc 


States 


relatu c 
nited 


Pakistani scouts “taking a break.” 


We have given much military equip- 


of its prac f 


if 


7 
wun 
‘ ompar sor 


OS a ae 


effect. 


Some of the Asian leaders are, 

pure Aryan 
their racial ancestry, but the bulk of the 
people of Asia, constituting more than 
half of the total population of the globe, 
have brown or yellow or black skins, and 
they are extremely sensitive to what they 
suspect are white people's assumptions 


Prime Minister Nehru, 


of racial superiority. 
They. the peoples of Asia, 
of nationality. 


irrespec 
have many things in com- 
mon, which we must understand if we are 


mainiand nation participated in the milli- 


tary mancuvers. 

*hilippine 
but all the rest 
Americans, British. 
Zealanders Even 


like 
in 


whom we 
equipment, 


tive 
<¥¢e 
SEA 


Hoover Echoes F aes 
On Protectionist Policy 


HOOVER, From Pace E! 


much nationalization 
against hs personal beliefs 

Yet many State officials who 
have dealt with Hoover 
they sense in him a feeling of 
uncertainty in political matters 
and that he avoids decisions 
as much as possibic, trying to 
compromise opposing views. 
Certainly Hoover is a strik- 
ing contrast to his predecessor 
at State, Gen. Walter Bedell 
Smith, a blunt, outspoken man 
of decision 

IF HOOVER'S hand in poll 
tical matters has been uncer 
tain, he has firm views In eco 
nomic matters and acts on 
them. And because Dulles 
generally leaves economic pol- 


goes 


say 


‘er Das 


played a somental role in c'ose 
cooperation with such other 
conservatives as Treasury Sec- 
retary, George M.. Humphrey, 
Budget Director Rowland 
Hughes end foreign aid -boss 
John B. Hollister. Together, 
the quartet has been adver- 
tised as the +i! Club 

Hoover was at Humphreys 
side in Rio de Janciro when 
the Treasury boss knocked 
down Harold E. Stassen's pro- 
posed big “arc of Free Asia” 
development fund idea in 1954 
with a sharply worded phone 
call to Stassen. Dulles, who 
originally had backed Stassen, 
let Hoover represent State in 
delivering the coup de grace 

Like his father, the 3list 
President. Hoover is well 
known as a protectionist on 
tariff matters. He does not 
say so publicly but he has pri 
vately said that he felt tariff 
rates should be high enougn 
to reflect the difference be- 
tween wage rates paid Amer. 
ean workers and those paid 
foreign workers producing the 
game articles. 


Such thinking has been un- 
der attack by those who bDe- 
lieve, as President Eisenhower 
has often expressed his belief, 
in. increasing world trade. In 
fact. officidls with trade and 
tariff matters have come to 
depend on Gabriel Hauge, the 
White House economist, to 
block Hoover. 

Hoover recently spoke for 
State at the Capitol in urging 
a limited 10-year foreign aid 
commitment for some develop- 
ment projects such as the As- 
wan Dam in Egypt. His tactic 
here has been to find out what 
Congress might accept in its 

sent mood rather than to 
ght for a clear-cut commit- 
ment. 

Last week, Hoover rushed te 
the Capito! to inform Senate 
‘foreign Relations Commitice 
Chairman Walter F. George 
'(D-Ga.) that the Middle East 
arms embargo was about te 
be lifted. But because he did 
not also inform House Foreign 
Affairs Committee Chairman 
James PF. Richards (D-5. C.), 
Richards let forth a searing 
blast at State for treating the 
House like a “weak-minded 
illecitimate son.” 

Recently Hoover suggested 
that the United States ought 
to cut off aid to some smaller 
nations in order to make an 
_object lesson for those who 
might try to play off the 
. United States with the Soviet 
Union by taking help from the 
* Communists in some form. He 
was overruled on 4 specific 

case in point, however. 


HOOVER has been respon- 
sible for a number of impor- 
tant appointments including 
that of Hollister (who worked 
’ for the senior Hoover's Hoover 
‘ Commission) and of Ambassa- 
dor to Thailand Max W. Bi- 
* ghop, a Hoover assistant. 

”- ‘He also is credited with the 
_ ghift of Samuel Waugh, a pro- 
Eisenhower trade policy man, 
from Assistant Secretary for 
Economic Affairs to the Ex- 
* port-Import Bank and his re- 
lacement by Herbert V. 
_ ‘Prochnow, a conservative Chi- 
. €ago banker. 


‘ 


Se EE © ee ee we oe eR we, 


~—we eo - ee eo 


One of Hoover's closest as- 
sociates in Government is 
Atemic Energy Commission 
Chaiman Lewis’ L. Strauss, 
who shares Hoover's cautious 
views on such matters as risk- 
ing an American nuclear 
power reactor in Ceylon, a 
proposal beth eppesed and 
jointly killed. Strawss was 
secretary te Hoover's father 
when the elder Hoover was 
the United States Food Ad- 
ministratér in World War I 
days. At that time, Strauss 
also was young Hoover's scout- 
master. 

On Russian problems, 
ver has been described as one 
of those seeking to limit dras- 
tically further exchanges of 
delegations between the 
United States and the Soviet 
Union on the grounds that 
the Russians would be the big 

ee 

One center of 
influence is the Operations 
Coordinating Board, of which 
he is chairman. This is the 
interdepartmental agency 
whose job is to carry out Na- 
tidnal Security Council deci- 
sions of the President in the 
foreign and military fields, 


That Hoover is an admirer 
of Vice President Nixon may 
be assumed from the fact that 
he was listed among the 76 
donors to the controversial 
two-year Nixon expense fund 
which raised such a furor in 
the 195% Presidential cam- 
paign. Hoover was listed as 
one of the %500 contributors 
to help pay “supplemental ex- 
penses” of Nixon as a Senator. 

That Hoover is admired by 
the President may be demon- 
strated by Mr. Eisenhower's 
request that Hoover join Cab- 
inet members before the tele 
vision cameras when Dulles 
reporied to the Nation on the 
Austrian Treaty signing last 
May Hioover was the only 
sub-Cabinet member present. 


A SHY MAN. Hoover has 
never held a press conference 
Reporters who seek him out 
privately usually find he will 
not talk without a department 
press aide on hand and then 
only in generalities. His one 
private press briefing since 
taking office was marked by a 
lack of candor about the facts 
under discussion, to say the 
least, in the view of many who 
attended 

Yet he has a reputation for 
being stubborn at times and 
some who have felt side- 
tracked consider him vindic- 
tive as well. Deafened by the 
1918 influenza epidemic, 
Hoover uses a hearing aid 
which he places on the table 
and for which he - prudently 
carries a spare set of batteries. 
Hoover is mild in speech and 
does not loose his temper. He 
has a handsome figure, a ready 
smile, soft eves and graying 
hair. 

Born in London when his 
father was there as a mining 
engineer. Hoover was seidom 
in the White House while his 
father was President. Unlike 
the sons of Theodore and 
Roosevelt but like the son of 
Calvin Coolidge, young Hoover 
—he is now 52—has conscienti 
ously avoided any appearance 
of trading on his father’s posi- 
tion or dabbling in politics. 

A graduate of Stanford Uni- 
versity and the Harvard Busi- 
ness School, Hoover became 
an engineer like his father, 
headed two companies, was a 
consultaht to such foreign gov- 
ernments as Venezuela, Iran, 
Brazil and Peru and acquired 
an important interest in-Un- 
ion Oil Co. of California. 

Hoover did not want the 
Undersecretary post but Dulles 
tapped him for it in part to 
improve State's relations with 
Congress—then under Repub- 
lican control—and because 
Dulles and the President ad- 
mired the way Hoover handled 
the 1954 Iranian oil settlement. 

The younger Hoover tells 
friends that while he does con- 
fer with his father from time 
to time, he never is influenced 
by the . former President's 
views, 


lloo- 


ming 


OE | ON OP EE ROR gee = 


i 


military 
were white non-Asians, 
\ustralians and New 17 
the Pakistanis, 
whom we have a military pact and to 
have given 
were conspicuously absent. 
This was despite the fact that Pakistan 
is the sole Asian mainiand nation other .-dia 
Ye which 


be 


forces took part. 


with 
give 
much military 

THOSE 
order, 


is a member of pines, 


our policy toward Southeast 


are Burma, Cambodia, Ceylon. 
, Indonesia, 


Asia should 


It is to adopt a partnership approach 
toward the 600 million people in the 10 
new countries there which have won their 
independence since the end of World War 
, & partnership in the cause of world 
peace and freedom 


They have much to 


We have much to give. 


NATIONS, alphabetical 
In- 


the Philip- 


in 


Laos, Pakistan. 


South Korea and South Vietnam 


Perhaps Iran should also be included in 


~~ a 


ww 
al 


3 


Hloover 


_-—"—e. we orem cong 


east Asian countries for 
peace through neutrality. 
them 
financial 
our own 
cause 


aid. not 
national 
of our 


solely for 
security, 
honest desire 


because of our deep almost 
American conviction that all 
be free. 


FORTUNATELY 
and 


sympathetically, we 


ev" 


Ngo Dinh Diem proclaiming Vietnam a republic and himself its first preside nt follows 
ing his overwhelming victory in October's referendum, 


Building New Totalitarianism 


Vietnam Chief a Multi-Paradox 


By Hans Morgenthau 

ty af 
ly 

pol u y, 

recently Te- 


tne Far 


the Univers 
‘fr Tor ine 


Director of 
Chicago's 
of American foreton 
Prof. Morgenthau 
turned from 5 to 
East. 


rr 


PRESIDENT DIEM  (pro- 
nounced Zim) of Vietnam is a 
most unusual! statesman. What- 
ever doubts one might enter- 
tain about-his regime and its 
future, there can be no doubt 
about the extraordinary quali- 
ties of the man. 

Here is a man who a year ago 
was hardly more than a name 
pulled out of a hat by some 
desperate American officials, 
and who possesses today an in- 
dependent basis of power. 
Here is a man whose genuine 
moral fervor is beyond ques- 
tion, yet whe acts with a 
eraftiness and ruthlessness 
worthy of an Oriental despot. 
Here is a man who as a states- 
man lives by his opposition to 
Communism, but who is build- 
ing, down to small details, a 
faithful replica of the totali- 
tarian regime which he op 


poses. 
Here an ardent anti- 


French nationalist whose po- 
litical thinking is conditioned 
by the experience of French 
domination and who, in de- 
fending or rejecting policies, 
continually argues from that 
experience, Here is a practic- 
ing Catholic who in a lengthy 
discussion of his political phi- 
losophy mentions Christianity 
only once in passing and is em- 
phatic about the Confucian 
foundation of his _ political 
thinking and regime. 


THESE contradictions are 
accentuated by the personal 
impression which Ngo Dinh 
Diem makes.- There is little 
similarity between the impact 
of heroic leadership which 
posters of him try to convey, 
and the physical appearance 
of the President. 

What is striking about him 
is his nervous energy and a 
most expressive, penetrating 
and intelligent of eyes. 
Yet these eyes fall upon the 
interviewer only during those 
short intervals in which he 
allows questions and com- 
ments. While he speaks, he 


is 


of President Diem. 


er Te 8 ee ea eres ee ad peor 


looks away from the person he 
ostensibly addresses, fixing 
his gaze somewhere on a wall 
close to the ceiling. 

What the other person says 
to be no more than an 
opportunity for him to express 
his thoughts and feelings 
passionate monologues 
And what he says has for the 
most part only a very tenuous 
connection with the question 
raised or the comment made 
The interviewer may raise a 
concrete practical issue of 
politics, yet the President will 
almost invariably launch into 
a discourse on moral phi- 
losophy. 


THIS FIRST impression of 
lofty impracticality is belied 
by the concrete achievements 
In little 
more than a year he has gotten 
rid of the Emperor and made 
himself President; he has 


established his control over the 
army; he has purged the po- 
lice of the gangster element; 
he has pushed back, and in 
part eliminated, the independ. 
ent power of the religious 
sects and of the Communists, 
and he has thus been able to 
establish something approach- 
ing efficient administration in 
a considerable part of Vietnam 
He has done so entirely by 
totalitarian means. 

Of the 11 parties oppesing 
Diem, only twe splinter groups, 
the Socialist and Republican 
Parties, dare operate in the 
open. The others, of which the 
Communist Party, called Viet-- 
cong, is the most important, 
work underground or else are 
engaged in open rebellion. 

Freedom of the press does 
not exist. When a bomb was 
thrown onto the stage of a 
Saigon theater, blowing off 
the legs of the foremost actor 
of Vietnam, the press was not 
allowed to print the news. 


ON THE other hand, these 
two news items appeared in 
the Saigon press Dec, 12: 

“On Dec. 9, the Second Dis- 
trict police arrested Nguyen 
Duy Hinh, editor of the now- 
closed daily paper Dan Den. 
Hinh has been under investiga- 
tion for several months for 
various dishonest acts com- 
mitted against several per- 
s0ns.”. 


», 


sccims 


in 


long. 


A OOD EE Oe ER MH OOO -:, 


“The only incident during 
the meeting iof newspaper 
owners and writers) was the 
throwing out of Mr. Pham Van 
Thu, owner of the. now-closed 
weekly paper Cai Tao. As he 
rose to speak in defense of his 
position, the majority protest- 
ed and demanded his expul- 
sion. Thu was unanimously 
blamed for serving the Viet- 
cong and colonialist cause.” 

This repression is not lim- 
ited to newspapers. Almost 
daily, the newspapers report 
the shooting of some rebels or 
Communists. But nobody 
knows how many people are 
shot every day by the armed 
forces of the regime arid under 
what circumstances. There 
have been popular trials of 
suspected subversives in the 
villages with the death sen- 
tence executed on the spot. 
When one tries to engage pri- 
vate persons in political con- 
versation, one meets a furtive 
glance and silence. 


NOR ARE the positive—pu- 
ritanical and ideological—ele- 
ments of totalitarianism miss- 
ing. Diem has embarked upon 
a successful “anti-loose” living 
campaign which has trans- 
formed Saigon, the former 
Paris of Southeast Asia, 
the dullest of French colonial 
towns. A most intricate and 
elaborate system of propa- 
ganda and control has just 
been instituted in the villages 

In its essence, it is a cell 
system whose lowest unit is 
composed of the representa- 
tives of five families. Each 
representative is responsible 
for the performance of a par- 
ticular function, such as edu- 
cation, security, tax collection, 
on which he reports, and is 
reported on, to a higher unit. 

I have seen the organization 
charts of this “five houses” 
system. If it works, hardly 


into 


anything a Vietnamese peasant 


does will remain unobserved, 
uncontrolled and unreported. 

Considering the enormity of 
the task which confronts Diem, 
it would be ill-advised to be 
squeamish about some of the 
methods he used. However, if 
he should try to establish a 
totalitarian regime in perma« 
nence rather than as in emer- 
gency measure, he will have 
given his people little to 
choose between the totalitar- 
ianism of the north and his 
own, | 


" 


- et EO ee em 


their wish 
we should give 
understanding encouragement 


the chance 
that if we act promptly and imaginatively 
can save 


Se ee ee ee ers 


fo! 


ment to 


country 
and ' 


reasons of 
but 
to see them 
succeed as indevendent democracies. and 
religious 
men 


also be- vital quarter of 


financial cost 
to Western 


the 
aid 
should 


Pakistan, 
beginning to weigh the 


the world's 
and probably at only a small fraction of 
of our 
Europe 

But Asia is overwhelmingly worth sav 


the hene 


and China. 


but even thet itis aft iti 


population should we 


Marshall Plan 
and development. 
But those An 


ing even if the cost should prove com. eign economic aid 


mensurate with that 


Pian. 
be at stake. 
penditures 


is good 
Nor, 


this for 


What Is Freedom 


Our own eventual 


of the Marshall 
freedom may to hau 


programs 


in increasing our ex in the 
foreign economic 


aid, 


WithoutThem? 


whoie 


ricans who 


Diy as 
‘CSS 


lig 


the 
with 


elit geet from Russia 
Va ( ouwles 


reduce our expenditures to 
intensify our own military strength, par- 
ticularly in the field of scientific research 


regard for- 


giveaway 
ambitions 
wary that 
uidate the 


The White Man Needs Friends 


By William Faulkner 


Pulitrer-prize ning aut 


FOR 


meni, 


THE SAKE of 
let's say that 


argu 
as a white 
Southerner or maybe even an: 
white American, I, curse 
the day when the first Yankee 


too 


shipmaster bought the first 
penful of Negro captives from 
the Arab dealer 
them across middle pas- 
sage into American slavery 

Because that doesn't matter 
now. To live in the world of 
A.D. 1956 and be against 
equality of race or color is 
like living in Alaska and be- 

o have 
already got the snow; what we 
must do now is plan how te 
live with it. Live with it, not 
just beside it, because the day 
when that would have been 
enough is past, too. 

Only this snow is a good deal 
more serious than the denial 
of an accomplished fact. To 
stand against equality on 
grounds of race or color can 
invite a situation in which the 
whole white and/or free world 
as we know it can disappear 


and brought 


the 


WE THINK of 
situation today. as a precarious 
and explosive balance of 
lable ideologics 
srentinis each othe 


the world 


two 
rreconc! con 
which pre- 
it to 
will drag the whole world in 


carious 


tips 
_ 


balance. once 
ine adyss along with it. 
That's not 


forces is an ideolody 
Because the 


so. Only one of the 
an idea 
second force is the 
simple fact of man, the simple 
belief of individual man that 
he can and should and will be 
free. 


And if we whe seo far are still 
free, want to continue to be 
free, all of us who are still free 
had better confederate, and 
confederate fast, with all oth- 
ers who still have a choice to 
be free— confederate not as 
black people nor white people 
nor pink nor blue nor green 
people, but as people whe still 
are free with all other people 
who still are free; confederate 
together and stick together, 
too, if we want a world or even 
a part of a world in which in. 
dividual men can be free, to 
continue to endure. 


And we had better take in 
with us as many as We can get 
of the non-white peoples of the 
earth who are not completely 
free yet but who want to be 
and intend to be, before that 
other force which is opposed to 
individual freedom, befools 
and gets them. 


TIME WAS when the 
white man was content to— | 
anyway, did—accept his in. 
stinct for freedom as an un- 
realizable dream. But not any 


more: the white man himself 
taught him different with that 
phase of his—the white man’s 
—own culture which took the 
form of colonial expansion and| 
exploitation based and morally! 
condoned on the premise of in-| 
equality not because of individ-| 
ual incompetence, but of mass) 
race or color. | 
As a result of which, in only) 
10 years, we have watched the 
non-white peoples expel, by 
bloody violence when neces: 
sary, the white man from all 
of the Middle East and Asia 
which he once dominated. And 
inte that vacuum has already 
begun to move that other and 
inimical power which people 
who: believe in freedom are at 
war with— that power which 
says to the non-white man: 
“We don't offer you freedom 
because there is no such thing 
as freedom; your white over: 


non 


and Hippo neat 


lords whom you just threw out 


\ 


O98 i Eras — 2s we 


proved 
af Vor. ¢ , 


Nave already 
you. But we « 
at least 


if you 


equalit) 
are to D siaves 
an be slaves to 5 


and race and r¢ 


You { 


CO1LUT 


fxXISTS 

above 

equalit 
ieacn 
inis W 
lime 

are t! 
mg Commu! 

’ thic =m” ” ; 
pc ple 


we h 
right 


ett 


e siro 
or 


preme 
how 


We. America. have the best 
chance to do this because we 
can do it here, at home, with- 
out needing to send costly free. ~~ 

| initio alicn and” 
inimical places already con 
vinoed that there is no such 
thing as freedom and liberty 
and equality and peace for all 
people, for we would practice 
it at home. 

The best } chan © and | 
lest 100. DecauUse oul! 
minority is already on 
side: we don | need to se! 
on America and freedom 
cause they are already 
even when ignorant fri 
ferio educatior 
despite 
of inequalit 
im oul conce Di 
and dem 


Noe wr 


rcTacy 


THAT 
has done f 
years. Not 


because | 


We 
hetw 
sigeon 
West, 
iv n 0 
iree 
choo 


rood. 


in Africar 
forests. who lived bes 
of the bodies of 
wate! on earth and 
thought of a 
had to move by whol 
and tribes from fam! 
pestilence thinking 

yet in oniy 300 years i! 
ica produced Ral 
and Booker 17 
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Problems of the Succession 


Former President Truman's criticisms of Adlai 
Stevenson's conduct of his 1952 campaign surely 
come as a surprise to no one in Washington. They 
were generally known at the time. Neither should 
they come as a surprise to anyone familiar with 
the history of American politics. The problems of 
succession may not be so difficult in a democracy 
asin a dictatorship, but they nevertheless arouse 
$ome of the deepest human emotions. Who would 
be surprised to learn, for example, that Winston 
Churchill was critical of the way his chosen suc- 
cessor had managed Britain's affairs? 

Theodore Roosevelt, who handpicked his succes- 
sor, wrote some years before he became President 
that the people would never have thought of Mar- 
tin Van Buren for President but for the fact that 
he was handed up to them by the outgoing Presi- 
dent Jackson. Yet TR, in the words of his biog- 
rapher, “forced his selection” of William Howard 
Taft on the Republican Party—in much the same 
way that Jackson forced Van Buren on the Demo- 
crats. During Taft's campaign, Roosevelt prodded 
him with daily letters and telegrams to be more 
direct and forceful.. lt is amazing that the break 
between the two men did not come sooner than it 
did. Roosevelt even lectured Taft about his golf. 
“I never Jet any friends advertise my tennis,” he 
wrote, “and never let a photograph of me in tennis 
costume appear.” 

Taft, of course, was as unlike Roosevelt as Ste- 
venson is unlike Truman, but in a different way. 
Stevenson, unlike Taft, was not a member of the 
President's inner circle, and that in itself posed 
a° problem from the beginning. Like Cox in 1920, 
Stevenson came from outside the Administration 
because there was no one on the inside; in 1920 
or 1952, who was acceptable as a mominee. The 
Democratic politicians in 1920 and in 1952, know- 
ing the unpopularity into which the President had 
fallen, recognized that their only hope of victory 
was in turning the attention away from the old 
Administration. Mr. Truman had early made up 
“tiff mind not to seek reelection, but he groomed 
no one in his Administration to succeed him. This 
‘has been a failing of most Presidents. 

‘It is clear now that the Illinois Governor turned 
down Mr. Truman's offer of his mantle in January, 
1952, for two reasons. First, he felt a moral obli- 
gation to run again as Governor; second, he re- 
belled at being a handpicked candidate like Van 
Buren and Taft. When he was nominated despite 
“hid disclaimers, he believed that he could run as 
his own man, not as Mr. Truman's. But this was pos- 
sitie only in part: his platform had to be the Dem- 
ecratic record. He tried to disassociate himseif 
from what Mr. Truman calls “a few flyspecks” on 
his Administration and which the Republicans 

stalled corruption. In doing so, he deeply annoyed 


any case to be looking at the need for liberalizing 
the law on sharing of nuclear information) might 
well supply a firm nudge. A-concession on this 
point would cost the United States and the West 
little or nothing in terms of basic defense readiness, 
since the nuclear arsenal already is formidable, 
and it is one of the few matters on which agreement 
with the Russians might be possible now. Not the 
least of the benefits from such an effort would be its 
value in helping convince other peoples of this 
country’s wish to advance the cause of peace at 
every feasible point. 


Indonesia and the Dutch 


It had been hoped that the unilateral dissolution 
of the Netherlands-Indonesian Union announced at 
Jakarta would leave the financial and economic 
agreement intact. But this has also been consigned 
to the scrap heap. The result is to leave Dutch- 
Indonesian relations in the same state of disarray 
as the domestic politics of Indonesia. Dr. Harahap 
is hard put to it even to keep afloat as a caretaker 
premier, and it may be that the present step is a 
sign of his domestic difficulties with the ultra- 
nationalists. 

The Netherlands-Indonesian Union was nego- 
tiated at The Hague when the Indonesians were 
granted their independence. It was almost a dead 
letter from the start. No meetings between the 
Dutch and the Indonesians have taken place as 
provided by the Union instrument. It seems to 
have been regarded in Jakarta as a form rather 
than as a fresh tie—much as the French Union is 
regarded in some of France’s former dependencies. 
There have been specific issues which have also 
conspired to undermine the Union. On the Indo- 
nesian side there is the running sore of West New 
Guinea. All political parties in Indonesia are in 
competition to generate steam behind the demands 
for the territory which the Indonesians themselves 
called Irian. The agitation is often put down to an 
excess of nationalism, but, judging from the sepa 
rate and multiform ethnic makeup of West New 
Guinea, it is more truly a case of Javanese expan- 
sionism. Also, West New Guinea is a handy means 
of fomenting unity and patriotism while Indonesia 
is in the fledgeling condition of statehood. 

Perhaps a sense of responsibility will persuade 
the Jakarta politicians to take second thought about 
the financial and economic agreement with the 
Dutch. Tearing up treaties is hardly the procedure 
with which to win the confidence and assistance 
of other countries. Precedents established in the 
early days which do not comport with sound and 
honorable international practice will only delay 
the achievement of a firm place in the estimation 
of world opinion and the councils of the world 
community. . At present the political situation at 
Jakarta is opaque. The new Indonesian Parliament 
meets on March 20, when the present caretaker 


government under Dr. Harahap will be replaced. 
hensive reading 


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“Now Is Everything Perfectly Clear?” 


Overs THE WAshes CTOn COS cw - 


Letters to the Editor 


Coolidge and the FBI 


On February 17 you printed, 
under the caption “Antiseptic 
Chamber Music,” a letter from 
H. A. Overstreet pointing out 
that the FBI has scrupulously 
refrained from evaluating, in- 
terpreting, or drawing conclu- 
sions from the factual informa- 
tion which it was its duty to 
supply the Librarian of Con- 
gress about my past record. It 
has simply collected with im- 
pressive thoroughness every in- 
cident which might be open to 
a derogatory interpretation. ! 
well understand this, and have 
been at pains not to appear to 
bieme or criticize the FBI. 

I also well understand the 
frustration and despair of the 
man whose livelihood depends 
upon securing loyalty clearance, 
and who cannot command any- 
thing like the resources of the 
FBI in ferreting out facts and 
incidents tending to establish 
his loyalty, integrity, and po- 


idea of the energy and struggle 
that have produced “people's 
capitalism” and the American 
version of the classless society. 
Further, be seems to feel that 
people will read into the exhibit 
something which is not there— 
a statement of the relationship 
between the economic system of 
people's capitalism and the po- 
litical system of working de- 
mocracy. 

The Advertising Council has 
contented itself with a simple 
contrast of static situations— 
1776 versus 1956. There is no 
hint in the exhibit (beyond one 
fuzzy suggestion that present 
capitalism in the United States 
is different from the capitalism 
of 530 years ago) of the dyna- 
mism which bred people's capi- 
talism and which, in turn, is fed 
by people’s capitalism. There is 
nothing in the exhibit, in other 
words, which Mr. Stein's French 
auto worker or Mr. Mullen’s 
just-free ex-colonia! subject can 
use as a guide for help or hope. 


'thé*retiring President. 
., .When an Administration has been in power a 
jong time and has become highly controversial, as 
"Mr; Truman's had, there is no clear and safe course 
for the man chosen to give it new life. The re- 
.4markable thing is not that Mr. Truman has been 
eeritical but that his critici