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The Weather 


Today—Considerable cloudiness with 
scattered thundershowers; highest in 
the 80s. Monday—Mostly cloudy and 
eooler with showers. Saturday's tem- 
peratures: High, 87 at 3 p. m.; low, 58 


at 3:15 a. m. (Details on 


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29, 


Covrriaht_ 1956 
The Washington Post Company 


SUNDAY, APRIL 


1956 WTOP Radio 


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Sailors 


Transit Co. | 


Franchise 
Attacked as 
Capitulation 


Minority Report 
By Rep. Heselton 
Scores Attitude 
Of Wolfson Setup 


Rep. John W. Heselton 
(R-Mass.) pressing for 
House approval of a public 
transit authority this week 
rather than extension of the 
Capital Transit Co. franchise 
when it ex Aug. 14 


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Series Is Passe 

LONDON, April 28 WwW 
The Daily Express today 
dropped its Bridey Murphy 
experiments because one 
apparently started 
to die all over again in an 
earlier life 

teporters have been at- 
tending hypnotic sessions 
in which the subjects “re- 
lived” former lives along 
the lines of the woman in 
the best-selling “The 
Search for Bridey Mur- 
phy.” 

When one hypnotist led 
a woman baok to the 18th 
century, she seemed to stop 
breathing. He told her, 
“You are safe, I am with 
you 

Slowly and painfully, the 
woman resumed breathing. 


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F ive Forced 


To Return 
To Russia, 


Three Feel 


‘They Will Perish,’ 
One Tells Probers; 
Witnesses Reject 
Zaroubin’s Plea 


By Lee Garrett 
Associated Press 

Three Russian seamen, de- 
claring they plan to remain 
in this country, testified yes- 
terday they thought “pres- 
sure” caused five of their 
companions to return to 
Russia 

“Somebody put pressure on 
said Viktor Tatamikov, 
They will 
They will cut wood in 


them,” 
adding, 
perish 
the slave labor camp 


“Il am sorry. 


The three seamen went be- 


sure 


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For Street Policemen: 
Blossoms in Full Bloom 


Midafternoon temperatures 
held steadily at 87 degrees for 
three hours yesterday, giving 
Washington its hottest day of 
the year and tying a heat record 
for the date established 18 
years ago 

The forecaster thought today 
get aS warm, basing 
prediction on a cold front 
which he said might quit just 
hort of the area and make for | 
a showery Sunday. 

The beautiful day got that 
way so fast police officials or-| 
dered their street officers into 
shirt-sleeves half way through 
the davtime shift after an initial 
authorization of regular early 
spring garb for the day 

The balminess also did won- 
ders for the double-blossom 
herry tree blooms around 
Hains Point. bringing them 
completely out of the beautiful 
bud stage in which considerably 
lower temperatures had kept 

the past few days 
Thousands took advantage of 
e¢ warm sun to explore such 
and how spring was 
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$25 from two men in return 

for coaching them on various 

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CANDIDATES ESTES KEFAUVER (LEFT) AND ADLAI STEVENSON WAVE HATS DURING RECENT CAMPAIGN VISIT HERE 


(With Stevenson (standing) are Polly Shackleton and Belford Lawson, candidates for delegate in May 1 primary. Oth 


Adlai, Estes 


Vote Board Rules Out Groups Stage 
le Ballot Final Rallies 


Mrs. Roosevelt Talks 
At Stevenson Meeting; 
Kefauyr Due Today | 


Marked ‘Official’ 


Lamb’s Samp 


By Richard L. Lyons 
Stal Reporter 
The District Board of Elec- registered Republicans. They 
tions ruled yesterday that Re- were printed before the board) 
insurgent George P 
Lamb put out an “improper” use of the word “official,” but) 
sample ballot by printing the were cleared by a board official, | 


Lamb ag ai } ‘rally and 
Lamb's ro 05 is k. backers ran 
o 5 4 & j 

our-page pamphiet e wee s yesterday. 
“Official Republican Ballot” ap-| 
pear on the third page above’ 
the list of candidates. The word 
“Sample” appears on the same 
page in larger type. The pam- 
phlet explains at several points 
that it is a sample, not official, 
hallot | 

District Republican Chairman 
L. Hart Jr. had com- 
plained to the board about 
Lamb's ballot. Hart called use 
of the word “official” a “flagrant 
violation” of regulations 

Voters may take sample bal- 
lots into voting booths to help 
make their selection. But they 
do their actual voting on a 
ballot provided at the voting 
place by the Board of Elections 

In other action yesterday 
Republican National Commit- 
iceman Clyde D. Garrett, who! 
wil' oppose Lamb in Tuesday's 
primary election, chided Lamb 
for going to Florida last winter 
while District Republicans were 
raising more than _ $100,000 
through the “Salute to Ike” 
dinner 

“It was bitterly cold here .. 
the night that dinner was held,” 
Garrett said in a statement. 
had been mailed to all 26.000 “My opponent, who did not 
' _. even buy a $100 ticket, was 
inder the Florida sun at the 
ime,” he said. 

Garrett charged Lamb with 


By ‘,cace 


Mrs. Franklin 


Est 


lot” on it 

In a letter to Lamb’s cam- 
paign manager, J. Noel Macy, 
election board chairman Newell 
W. Ellison said: 

“You have assured us the 
pamphiet in present form 
will not be distributed further. 
We shall you to take 
steps immediately to Insure that 
the objectional material has 
been eliminated before this 
pamphlet is taken by any voter 
into the voting booth.” 

The board did not suggest 
what Lamb or anyone else 
should do to stop voters on Dis- 
trict election day Tuesday from 
using the thousands of sample 
ballots Lamb's headquarters has 
mailed to registered Repub- 
licans 

Lamb, running for national 
committeeman and convention 
delegate as a “real Eisenhower 
Republican,” said he had no 
present plans to stop voters 
from using his sample ballot 

He said he planned to “take 
appropriate legal action” before 
the Board of Elections today or 
Monday on the question. He 
did not say what the action 
would be 

Lamb said his sample ballots 


camps were win 


first election in 8 
The Tennessea 
here at 11:19 a. 


its 
expect 


: vention delegate 
(,eorce 


plane for Florida 
Mrs 


jtics by flying 
| Washington for 
talk to nearly 
Stevenson fans. 
degree heat at 
‘didates introduce 
son extolled 

| Actress Myrna 
on the flag-drape 
Mrs 
| Washingtonian, s 
i venson for his hu 


stubborn honesty 
She read tel 
Sens. John F 
Mass.). A. S. (Mi 
(D-Okla.), Hubert 
'Minn.) and Joe ( 
Wyo.) and from 


crats from 


o's" YOuths Who Invaded Bus 
Hunted by Police Detail 


(Picture on 
By 


8 


As Mrs. 


‘operating like a wrecking! . ; 
from New York 


| rew” and conducting a “cam- 
'vaign of bombastic criticism 
and misstatements.” Referring 
o Lamb’s previous registration 
s a Democrat in Virginia, he 
declared Republicans “do not 
want a Democrat in Lamb's 
lothing.” 


> Van Arkel, 


ed On the stage. 


adopted its regulation against! Stat’ Reporter 


addressed *n Adlai 
g voters’ telephones 
Both Stevenson and Kefauver'| 


campaign before 
primary [uesday—the Capital's 


| plans Sunday talks with his con- 
;cinct workers before leaving by| 
Roosevelt 


Sen. Kefauver's whirlwind tac- 
in 


Democrats turned out 


|\Arena to hear bands play, can- 


Howland Sargeant 
he praised Ste- 


| traordinary sense of humor and 


Green and John E. Moss 
Oregon 
fornia, respectively. 
Roosevelt's 


master of ceremonies Gerhard 


Stevenson delegate, ad libbed 
and introduced candidates seat- 


Clusters gathered outside the 
‘See PRIMARY, Pg. 


U. 8S. Assessment 


Socialism 
Lesson Seen 
In Red Visit | 


Roberts 


By Chafmers M 
aff Reporter 

In atte 
Khrushchév - Bulganin visit 
Britein, the Administration 
gives major importance to its 
effect on the British Labor 
Party and its fellow Social 
ists in Western Europe 

The initial reading here 
that the harsh words which 
passed between Communist 
Party boss Nikita Khrushchev 
and the Labor Party leaders at 
a dinner last serve 
usefully to expose the great gulf 
between Moscow's brand of 
“socialism” and that in Western 
Europe. 

The Administration hope- 
ful that the row. which cen- 
tered on the fate of Socialists 
in Communist lands and on 
what some of the Laborities 
took to be Khrushchev’s claim 
that the Russians alone won 
World War II, will point up the 
fact that organized European 
Socialists, in or out of public 
office, greatly influence such 
things as wages, hours and 
working conditions whereas 
Russian ‘ unions leave 
such entirely to their 
government. This Khrushchev 
himself conceded at the Febru 
ary Party Congress in Moscow 

The importance of clarifying 
the nature of the gulf between 
political parties which have 
much in common in their eco 
nomic thinking ‘springs from 
the fact that one of Moscow's 
recently proclaimed aims to 
create united fronts, as in the 
1930's, be tween Communists 
and Socialists in non-Commu- 
nist nations. The idea is to lead 
to a Communist take-over By 
“parliamentary means” rather 
than by force and violence with 
the 1940 Czechoslovak coup 
cited as the example of how to 
do it. 

Washington is especially hope- 
ful that the angry words at 
the London dinner table wil! 
See POLICY, Page A-, Col. 5 


Bassett to 


Roosevelt 
Stevenson' 
Kefauver 


D. 
es 
is 


ding up their 
the District 


2 years. 
n is due to fly 
m. today. He 


week will 


slate and pre- 


is 


tonight 
outdid even 


and out of 
30-minute 
cheering 


a 
1000 


in 87 
the Capital 
d and Steven- 
socialist” 
Loy appeared 
d stage Now 
and a 


ISSUeS 


mility, his “ex 


egrams from 
Kennedy = (D.- 
ke) Monroney 
Humphrey (D- 
Mahoney (D 
Reps. Edith 
Demo- 
and Cali- 


is 


plane 
was delayed, 


running as a 


A-12, Col. 4 


page A-3) 


Wendell Bradley 


af Reporter 


{ seven-man police detail:Chief Robert V Murray had 


has been assigned to track 
idown and arrest “every last 
member” of a gang of youths 
| who beat and robbed a Capi- 
ital Transit Co. driver at 
iwheel of his bus early yester- 
|} day 

| The driver, William H. Hall, 
36, told police his assailants 
were among a group of 20, a 
few of them. girls, who forced 
their way aboard his inbound 
Benning rd. bus at 50th and 
Grants sts. ne. just 
night and began “acting like a 
bunch of monkeys in a cage.” 
| Hall said the pummeling with 
fists apd club’ followed his re- 


fusal to give transfers to the’ 


jyouths, who had piled aboard 
ithe bus through front and rear 
doors without paying fares. 
Police arrested and ques- 
tioned one 18-year-old suspect 


identified by Hall as the “agita-| 


itor” and ringleader. 
| Another youth, aged 19, was 
‘taken into custody later in the 
‘day. He denied taking part in 
\the disorder, police said. 

Only two days before; Police 


* 


+ 


’ 


the | 


after mid- 


issued a crack-down order 
against teen-age gangs, and in- 
voked a group disorderly con- 
duct law to aid in their control. 

Hall said the leader pro- 
claimed: | 

“I've been drinking vodka. | 
I ain’t scared of nobody—bus| 
drivers or nobody. I'm a tough 


uy. 
While this was going on, oth- 
ers were running up and down 
the aisle, Hall said. Somebody 
standing on the rear-door trea- 
dle kept the bus motionless. 
Hall said he was hammered 
into semiconsciousness but 
could feel his pockets being 
searched. 
His wallet and $6.25 from his’ 
coin changer were taken. . | 
The youths left 10 minutes 
after the fracas began. 
Hall, of 5206 Emerson St., 
‘Edmonston, Md., was taken to 
‘Emergency Hospital, where 
four stitches were needed to 
‘close an eye wound, 7 


‘ 


4 


Reminded by that big ribbon on his finger, 
a Washingtonian moves his watch up an 


4 


Staff Photo 


| A Timely Reminder 


hour to get on Daylight Saving Time, which 
started at 2 a. m. today. Story, Pg. A3. 


A 


pting to assess the 


er photos, Page B1.) 


U.S. Sending 
NATO Allies 
Arms Package 
Dulles Scheduled 
To “Talk Turkey’ on 


Nuclear Weapons 


By James E. Warner 
Y. Herald Tr 
The United States will offer 
its North Atlantic Treaty Or 
ganization allies a “new-look 


N ibune News Service 


defense package at the meeting 


opening Wednesday in Paris. 


Secreary of State John Foster 


Dulles, who leaves Washington 
for the Paris meeting Tuesday 
afternoon, will carry the “pack 
age.” 

He personally will not carry 
any atomic or nuclear secrets 
It highly significant, how 
ever, that Great Britain and 
Canada, two of the most power 
ful NATO allies of the United 
States, are the only ones invited 
to send observers to the upcom 
ing American nuclear weapoys 
tests in the Pacific 

In fact, under the Atomic 
Energy Law. these two coun 
tries. are the only ones to date 
who may receive such 
they are the only nations with 
which the United States. under 
domestic law, has the right to 
exchange highly secret weapons 
informction 

There has been an intra-Ad 
ministration fight over the invi 
tation of Britain and Canada to 
the Pacific tests. The State De 
partment wanted more allie 
nations represented: the mili 
tary insisted it wculd be illegal 

France was among the 
spots. France will be appeased 
See DULLES, Pager A6, Col. 1 


18 


secrets: 


I 


sore 


Hits Targets 140 Mi 


spurned direct appeals from 
Soviet Ambassador Georgi 
Zaroubin that they return to 
tussia. 

) 
'Tell of Zaroubin's Plea 

Michael Ivankov-Nikolov 
quoted Zaroubin as saying that 
“our families were waiting for 
ius, begging us to come back 
and that all would be forgot- 
ten.” 

“But the expression on his 
face contrasted with evéry- 
thing he said,” IvankowNikolov 
\added 

Ben 


nes« 


the third wit- 
story. He 
him “my 
me and 
to 


Ermenko. 
told a similar 
said Zaroubin told 
family waiting for 
the government continues 
pay them my salary 
: \ fourth seaman, Viktor Sol- 
ovyev, sad appeared previ- 
ously before the Subcommit- 
tee, which is looking into Soviet 
activities in the United States. 
All were crewmen on the 
Soviet tanker Tuapse, which 
was impounded by Nationalist 
China in mid-1954. They and 
the five who returned to Russia 
suddenly on April had ob 
tained political asylum in this 
country last October. 


* 


is 


Dispute Story From Russia 


The flight the five, under 
conditions which some have de- 
scribed as “kidnaping,” caused 
the United States to expel two 
Soviet representatives to the 
United Nations on grounds 
they acted outside the scope of 
their authority 

Since returning Russia, 
the have told newsmen 
there cted voluntarily. 
But this was disputed by the 
four who remained 

Ivankov-Nikolov testified yes- 
terday t had seemed to 
be happy None of them, 
in cor with him, had 
sed any desire to 
Russia. he said, add- 

had joined in a volun- 
ary nt last December 
See SAILORS, Page A, Col. 3 


of 


to 
hive 
they a 


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hé ive 


here. 

versations 
expre 

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Index, Page 2 


les Away 


Magazine Says Russians 
Have Underwater Missile 


ed Prees 
rockets, 
velopments with rockets using 
olid propellants 
® Underwater-to-air missiles, 


mien 

Aero Digest Magazine said 
yesterday that the Russians 
ithave developed a missile that 
‘ean be fired from a submarine 
300 feet under water and hit 
surface targets 140 miles away 

The aviation engineering 
magazine also said the United 
States Navy “studying 
guided missiles that can be 
launched from submarines un 
der water. against enemy sub 
marines, surface or air targets 

The magazine said that Aero- 
jet-General Corp., Azusa, Calif., 
has been working for the Navy 
at Key West, Fila. “for some 
time on underwater 
| propulsion ” 

Erik Bergaust, rocket and 
missile editor for Aero Digest, 
said in an article that the Ger- 
mans developed underwater-to- 
surface missiles as early as 
1944. 

Bergaust said the following 
underwater missile types are 
“being worked on” both in Rus- 
sia and the United States: 

© Underwater-to-underwater 
missiles—highly advanced su- 
per-torpedoes that can be used 
against enemy 
well as surface vessels. 

. 


is 


> 


submarines as 


Underwater+t osurface, 


hased on German de- 


an entirely new concept in 


U’. S. Girds Against 


Atom-Firing Subs 


Staff Reporter John G. 
Norris tells of the Navy's 
moves to defend this country 
against atom-firing subma- 
rines on Page 1, Section E. 


rocket, — 


submarine defense against at- 
tacking aircraft.” 
The Aero Digest writer said: 
“A nuclearpowered sub 
marine can remain off an enemy 
eoast—submerged—for months, 
“When the time for a retalia- 
tory attack is ripe, the subma- 
rine will poke to the surface an 
electronic positioning scanner. 
“After computation the sub- 
marine will go into launching 
position. Its watertight missi'e 
chambers will open out, and in 
darkness and silence the huge 
weapon will be sent upward anil 
aloft.” 


_A2 


THE WASHINGTON. POST and TIMES HERA 
Sunday, April 29, 1996 


LD 


RR OE ee eer — ee a. 


Ike Looks. Acts Like Man Who F 


Mid-Day Nap, Fewer Visitors 
Only Big Changes in Routine 


By Edward T. Folliard 


Stall Reporter 


How goes it with President Eisenhower seven months 


after his heart attack? 


He looks well and acts like a man who feels well 


TRE PRESIDENT‘'S APPOINTMENTS 
THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1956 


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His 


color is good. His posture is unmistakably that of the career, 


and there still is a lot of 


Point springiness in 


soldier 
that West 
his walk 

The Chief Executive 
up in his oval-shaped 
around 8&8 in the morning, and 
usually leaves there for his liv- 
ing quarters in the mansion 
around 6 in the evening 

There have been two notable 
changes in his daily routine, 
both wf them strongly recom- 
mended by his physicians. One 
is a mid-day nap, which comes 
between a swim in the White 
House pool and luncheon. The 
Other has to do with 
House visitors 
as many 

For example 

One day 
drove up to the White 
Executive Office 
Nestor Hill of Hyannis, Mass.. 
a fisherman of note. who was 
bringing a 100-pound halibut 
4s a present for Gen. Eisen- 
hower. Hill's visit had been ar 
ranged by Rep. Donald W 
Nicholson (R-Mass.) 

Before 


as before. 


House 


his heart attack. 
President almost certainls 
would have accepted the hali 
but, while 
trained th 


cried. “One more.” 


This time it was Sherman PF® pared 


Adams. 
President. 


the 
who 


assistant to the 


took over. 


last week a truck was 


Aboard was eggs 


the York 


photographers President 
eir lenses on him and abreast of events by reading a'| 


He erty. 
accepted the pig fish from Hill “0” 


the burden on the President by} 


shows receiving 
office wor hwhile 


groups sponsoring 
“drives.” 

Aside from the changes 
tioned, the routine at the White 
House seems to be pretty much 
what it was before the Presi 
dent's heart attack 

The Chief Executive is aw 
ened in the morning at 6:45 
Sgt. John Moaney, his valet 
who has his breakfast ready on 
atray. This breakfast is more 
robust than the half grapefruit 
and coffee that used to satisfy 


White the President before his illness 
he doesn't see 1; 


might include a small piece 
of beefsteak, which he began 
eating for breakfast when he 
in the hospital at Denver 
there may be bacon and 
toast and Sanka 


4 Papers With Breakfast 


Ur 


Four 
brought 


morning 


are to the President 


with his breakfast—The Wash-| 
ington Post and Times Herald,| 


New York Times, the New 
Herald 
Street Journal 

was long believed 


Eisenhower 


the 


Wall 


It that 


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Tribune, and the! 


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Honorable Homer E. Nig th cage ste PP ie 


1.04 -9 46. Cot force las 


Honerable James Wadsworth, Deputy U. S. Kepre- 
sentative te the United Nations aad Depety 


| Representative im the Security Council 


leids « [/'/§ - 


Tee Presides:'s Commission of Veterans 


Peasions 
General Omar Bradley, Chairman 


Maj. 


r. Michael March, Technical Adviser 
BZ The 


newspapers | 


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| 


kept! 


one-page summary of the news| 


by White House | 
Press Secretary James C. Hag-| 

Actually, the prepara- 
of this summary was! 


part of it would reach the First woe 


Family's table 

Before his heart attack the 
President would have received 
and congratulated the Truck 


Driver of the Year. This time 4. 


the ceremony was taken 
by Vice President Richard 
Nixon. 


M 


Ovel his office. 


ol. Robert L. Schulz, White! 
House military aide, or Capt.| 
Richard Streiff, the assistant 
military aide, joins the Presi- 
dent when it is time for him 
walk from the mansion 
and usually accom- 
panies him. The aide generally 
‘has some business to discuss 


to | 


| 


Yide 6 ee — Sank a~ 


The White House hasn't ex-|with him, matters, for example, | 


| A Day With President Eisenhower 


actly put a ban on such things, having to do with the 


Eisen- 


but it has cut down sharply on hower Foundation at Abilene 


visits that are not related to 


Government business. 

There also has been a curtail- 
ment in some other fields. 
one thing. the President 
not autograph pictures of him- 


For secretary, 
does man 


office, the 
with Mrs 
persona! 


Arrived in his 
President confers 
Ann Whitman, his 
and then come Sher 
Bernard M. Shan- 
members to 


Adams, 
ley and other staff 


self on the scale he once did. talk over the day's work. 
And there are fewer stag din- Swims Every Day 


ners. 


Mrs. Eisenhower. it has been 


noted, has helped ease some of | be a United States Senator, a Cabinet officer, or other off; 


On the appointment list may 


Section A—Main News 


Table of Contents 


Section F—For and About 
Women 


Here is a log of President 


day recently. 
been scheduled in advance. Bu 
as on most days, 
more persons than were down 


ments, 
' 


cial 
day presides at a 
meeting of the National cu 
rity Council, and on 
a Cabinet meeting 
At noon or a little be 
President will go to the 
which is just a few paces from 
his office. Before his heart at 
1 th 


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of White House Secretary Bernard M. Shan- 
ley. She also noted that the President took 
a swim at 11:48 a. m., and hit golf balls in 
the South Grounds from 4:04 to 4:30 p. m. 


Fisenhower's 
t on this dav, 


for appoint. 


and the names of these were writ- 


’ 


office and remain there until 


around 6 p. m 

Tries for Weekly Golf 

T! President get 
an 18-hole game of golf at 
least once a week, and usually 
plays it at the Bu : 
Club on Wednesday 

weekly news rence 


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h the President returns to 
office for another round of 
ences 


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appointments and confe! 1e tries to 


staff me mber's. 
if 


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Occasionall: the weather 
is good, he will go out to the 
South Grounds and hit golf 
balis for a half hour or so 


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farm. They 


their | 
are| 
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expected continue 
ithere for weekends 
jmontns ahead 

For a time, 
ident convalescing, 
assumed that he would stay 
jaway from the banquets he had 
| bee 1 in the habit of attending 
|However, he has new accepted 
linvitations to the annual din 
ners .. the Gridiron Club. the 
Wwe National Press Club. 
ithe White House Correspond 
ents Association, and the White 
‘House Photographers: Associa 
tion 


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was 


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Change Since Announcement 
A change 
Come over 
hower since 
would run 
4t a news 


to have 
ident Eisen- 
he announced he 
for a second term 
conference on March 
ie _week after his announce 
jmei a reporter asked him 
how he felt about the Democrat- 
‘ic charge that he was asking 
the American people to elect 
him as “a part-time President 

There was a flash of anger in 
|his eyes, and he said: 
| “There is going to be no neg- 
ilect of the duties of the Pres 
dency of the United States 
land when I feel I can't ¢ 
| carry 
them on. I won't be there.” 

At last Wednesday's news 
conference, a reporter told the 
President the Democratic strat 
egists had decided to train 


seems 


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their fire on him directly in 
stead of going after his Cabinet 
lieutenants. 

“Well,” he said in a calm tone. 
“I think it is perfectly correct 
I am the head of the Adminis. 
tration, and I have been shot at 
before.” 

He not only did not seem dis 
mayed at the prospect of being 
No. 1 Republican target: he 
gave the impression that he 
might welcome the bombard. 
ment and be ready with plenty 
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Tydings outlines platform at Prince Georges rally. 
Mahoney says integration remedy does not lie with Sen- 
ate. Pollack, Tydings supporter, accused of threatening 
Mahoney partisan with jail term. Sothoron, Lankford 
step up congressional campaign in Fifth District. Walker 
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racey Rages B-11, 15. 

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ding gift exploded in the hands of the | 


bridegroom. At the scene of the biast in 


These women were among those injured | 


Stewart, of Oxon Run Hills, Md., and Mrs. 
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) Police With Powder Trap 


Boy, 1 1,in Housebreaking 


| 


Police took a powder—“thief to his home in Southeast Wash-|phand said one of he 
is—to 


detection powder,” that 


trap an Ill-year-old boy on 


housebreaking charges yester- 


day. 
Seeking to check a series of 
| petty cash thefts from the Kyle 
|Beautfy Shop, 3495 Holmead p! 
inw., police dusted two $1 bills 
\with the indelible powder and 
'“planted” the currency in a desk 
‘drawer of the shop. 
| When Eula Kyle, 40, opera- 
jtor, reported the money miss- 
ing Friday night, police began 
‘questioning five boys suspect- 
ed of having a part in the se- 
ries of housebreakings. 

Detective M. T. Taylor, of 
the Juvenile Bureau, saw the 
tell-tale marks of the powder 
or. the ll-year-old boy's shirt- 
isleeves yesterday. The young- 
ister then surrendered one of 
the marked bills which he 
pulled from his sock, Taylor 
| said. 

Police released 
his parents 
Court action. 


SARA PFARRER 
+». her wedding postponed 


7 


the boy to 


‘Policeman Charged 


In Neighbor's Death 

FERNDALE, Md., April 28 \* 
Anne Arundel County police 
today charged Hugh O'Donnell 
34, special policeman in Pasa 
idena, with assault by shooting 
and causing the death of a 29 
year-old neighbor last night 

According to police, Edward 
Vincent Williams s shot 
while entering orhonnell’s 
home in the blief his wife had 
gone there after an argument 
|'Willlams was pronounced dead 
on arrival at South Baltimore 
General Hospital. 


‘Boy of 16 Accused 


In Motorcycle Theft 
To Attend Institute A 16-year-old boy who de- 
cided he was too old to pedal 
Three area police officers plania bicycle was charged with 
to attend a “Police-Community stealing a motorcycle which he 
Relations” Institute at Michi- pushed for 7 miles when he 
gan State University in East|{ound he couldn't start it, Juve- 
Lansing May 13 to 1 nile Squad detectives reported 
The officers are Insp. John E. | yesterday. 
Winters and Sergt. William J Police said the boy told them 
Couperthwaite of the District he set out on his bicycle Mon- 
Metropolitan police and Capt.) day to look for a motorcycle. He 
Vincent S. Free, Assistant Su- found a lightweight motor bike 
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The boy told his mother he 
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she became suspicious an 
called police, Darnell said. The 
motorcycle was identified as the 
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905 Varnum st. nw. Police re- 
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for Juvenile Court action. 


Soldiers’ Home Death 


Suspect Is Hunted 


A man of 46 with a 2-inch 
scar over his right eye is being 
sought as a suspect in the 
strangulation-slaying of Charles | 
Henry Gaynor, 71, on the! 
grounds of the Soldiers’ Home 
April 13. 

Capt. Richard Felber, chief 
of the homicide squad, said 
the suspect has been missing 
since the day of the killing, 
when he and another man were 
seen on the grounds of the 
jome, although neither is a 
resident 

The wanted man, described 
as a “drifter,” was said to be 
about 5 feet 9 inches tall. 
weighs about 150 pounds, has 
brown hair and eyes and usu- 
ally is shabbily dressed 

Gaynor, a resident of the Sol- 
Home, died of strangula- 
tion and a fractured skull, po 
lice said. 


Area Clocks 
Moved Up to 
DaylightTime 


Tired? Nervous? Apprehen- 
sive as to the time of day it 
might be? 

If it seems later than your 
clocks say it is, it may be that 
you forgot to turn them 
AHEAD an hour at 2 a. m. to- 
day. That would leave you back 
on Eastern Standard Time, try- 
ing vainly to keep up with 
neighbors who switched, when 
they should have, to Daylight 
Saving Time. Enough to make 
anybody nervous. 

As to that tired feeling—per- 
haps you stayed up last night 
until 2 a. m. just to make sure 
you wouldn't be apprehensive 
as to the time of day it might be 
today. Enough to make any- 
body tired. 

Chances are there's nothing 
seriously wrong with you that 
a quick call to Time 42525 
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even a little run-down—but at 
least she'll tell you what TIME 
it is. 


diers 


Dixon 


j}cation Commissioner S. M. 


A home-made, 
‘bomb exploded today in a 
‘house where relatives had 
gathered for two contrasting 
family events—a long-planned 
wedding and a funeral. 


The blast left the prospective 
bridegroom, Andrew Donald 
Dixon, 27, a University of Day- 
ton senior, injured seriously. 
Three women relatives, one 
from Oxon Run Hills, Md., suf- 
‘fered minor injuries. 

The wedding was cancelled, 
ibut the funeral, for Andrew's 
father, John C. Dixon, 64, was 
held this afternoon as sched- 
uled. 

Police said they had no clews 
as to identity of who left the 
box on Dixon's front porch this 
morning. The only motive they 
could offer was that it might 
have been prompted by a 
“grudge” against Dixon by a 
former inmate of a detention 


tion director at the home for a 
time. 

Eighteen relatives had gath- 
ered at the Dixon's Englewood 
home. 

First, they were to attend 
the wedding of Dixon and Miss 
Sara Louise Pfarrer, 21, daugh- 
ter of Dr. and Mrs. Richard 
Allen Pfarrer of Oakwood, a 
Dayton suburb. 

Then Dixon, most of his fami- 
ly and many wedding guests 
had planned to attend funeral 
services for the father, who 
had died in his sleep of a 
heart attack Thursday. 

Meanwhile, Young Dixon was 
in Good Samaritan Hospital. 
where attaches said the bomb 


blast had “badly torn” his left 


hand and left leg. He also re- 
eye. Doctors said it may be 
some days before the affect on 
his eyesight can be deter- 
mined 

While he was in surgery, his 
prospective father-in-law, Dr. 
heiped attend him 

Dixon and Miss Pfarrer had 
been engaged for some time, 
which led police to minimize 
any theory that a disgruntled 
suitor might have been to 
blamed for the bombing 

Injured along with Dixon 
were his sister, Mrs. George 
Cooney, 34, of Chicago, and 
two aunts, Mrs. Don Stewart. 
48, of 2202 Chadwick st.. Oxon 
Run Hills, Md. and Mrs 
Frances Stefanak, 40. of Elm 
hurst, Ill. They were cut and 
bruised. (Mrs. Stewart's hus- 
r eardrums 


was broken.] 


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The conference will be held 
June 5 to 7 in Washington. 


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rac Sunday, April 29, 1956 A3 


Greenbelt 


A Greenbelt, Md., mother and 
‘her year-old daughter have 
‘been missing for the past three 
weeks, according to Seat Pleas- 
lant police. taint : 
| Her husband, o q 
Josh Vito, 23, 
/reported his 19- 
year-old wife, 
iSandra Jean, 
jand their baby, 
iKristina Marie, 
imissing from 
their home, 10- 
iG Par k way, 
IG reénbelt, on 
, \Friday, April 6. 
Beaten by Mob we “4g eet 


Mrs. Vito 
' 


F. Dunaway, 12G Parkway, 
said her daughter had been 
“unusually morbid and emo- 
tionally upset” during the 
weeks preceding her departure 

Both her mother and husband 
think she might be on her way 
to Florida to visit friends or 
relatives. Mrs. Dunaway said 
“Sandy” would probably look 
for a job as secretary. She had 
about $200 with her, police said. 

Mrs. Vito, 5 feet 2 inches tall 
and weighing 114 pounds, has 


Married in 
Mass Rites brown eyes and hair. She was 
wearing a light gray coat, black 


BLENHEIM, Ont. April 28) Polka dot dress and black shoes. 
gf aOR MEPs «| The baby, has blue eyes, curly 
Two by two by swe by two by brown hair, weighs about 20 
two by two—the six Dorssers!»noinds and was dressed in an 
children marched down the orchid nylon jacket, mint green 
aisle today in a multiple wed-|cap trimmed with white angora 
ding ‘ and white shoes. 
« A neighbor said she saw Mrs 
They emerged from Stivito leave in a taxi carrying 
Mary's Roman Catholic Church ithe baby and two white suit- 
to be greeted by two brassicases. The cab driver, con- 
bands and virtually the entire ‘acted by police, said they got 
: lation of 2800 ‘out at the Brentwood Village 
village population of 200U. Shopping Center about 10 a. m. 
Four daughters and two sons 
of farmer Leo Dorssers, with Falls Church Girl, 16, 
their new husbands and brides, 
were driven in a horn-blaring| 
procession through streets over-| Police 
hung with colored lights. | esterday 
The girls, solemn faced dur- yils ©: 
ing the ceremony, broke into 


Capital Transit driver Wil- 
liam H. Hall was beaten and 
robbed by a gang of youths 
who forced their way aboard 
his bus at 50th and Grant sts. 
ne. early yesterday. (Story, | 
Page 1). 


Six in F amily 


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broadcast a lookout 

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LEE HWY.-ARL. BLVD. NICOSIA, Cyprus, April 28! hack three times, reports from Eleftheria and a Turkish news- oe “ % 3 | é ications supplied by Russia and NLOKl 44 
DRIVE-IN THEATER  }/Cyprus gunmen today shot and/Larnaca said. paper. i a PS ii Oe will contain an atomic reac- : " . 
‘was insert uv error. | .| British authorities promptl It was believed the Greek-| | > (es ae s, | tor, Nuciear physics and radio 
The Washington Post Times- killed a awayeee correspond y der edad. Cypriot underground terrorist ” oe ‘e — ae - ss a chemical laboratories. 3145 seth 6. W Go. 5-4754 
Werald regrets this mistake oat Be Wes eS See ve a on ys ter aston oruentection Eoka had him ee . 
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Price Cut in Hungary 


VIENNA, April 28 #—Hun-| is y /] . eye : f 
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today announced a _ general Bree 2 . OM ayes I JSé COO) a 0} 
price reduction on consumer pe 

goods estimated to save the’ 
population the equivalent of 


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Prices were reduced on 6500) . aera re 

items, including textiles, shoes, eae 

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records. Hungary has a severe 
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Woman Terrorist Killed 


Reuters 
: KUALA LUMPUR, April 28.’ 
Bak x “Red Sue,” Malaya’s most- ; 
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U. 8.Ceylon Aid Pact 


United Press 

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day to give the Asian nation $5 
million in economic aid during 
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iprevious grants being barred 
iby Ceylon’s rubber trade with 
‘Communist China.) 

The International Coopera- 
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that the agreement was signed 
at Colombo by S.W.R.D. Band- 
aranaike, Prime Minister, and 
| ee 


Ambassador Phillip 
Crowe. 

[In Colombo, Reuters re- 
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Soviet Ambassador in New 
Delhi, has told the Ceylon Gov- 
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“We realize the big powers 
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opportunity and exploit as far 
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Poles ‘Clear’ Home Army 


VIENNA, April 28 
Poland's Communist Govern- 
ment today promised resto 
ration of pensions and honors 
to the survivors of the non- 
Communist Polish Home Army 
—the resistance fighters who 
staged the abortive Warsaw 
|\uprising against the Nazi oc- 
i‘cupiers in 1944. 

Radio Warsaw reported that 
Premier Josef Cyrankiewicz 
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completing other large portraits y eon , _—s 
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military alliance greater re-jand vital stake because it ob-'press British Foreign Minister unrest in North Africa. France 
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Israel is due to get 12 more. 

Mystere jet fighter planes from) 

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U.S. Is Sending 
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by Secretary Dulles’ appearance|pose no threat to any nation 
in Paris. which does not initiate aggres-' 
This does not mean at all sion,” the President said. | 
that..Dulles will give away; Both in his New York motile 
nuclearweapons or secrets atjearlier in the week and in his! 
Paris. It does mean he will go news conference on Tuesday) 
there prepared to “talk turkey” |here, Secretary Dulles was at) 
~—perhaps with extreme secrecy great pains to explain how im-| 
—on just what nuclear weapons | portant NATO is considered by | 
or warheads for conventional the American Government. 
weapons will be provided to| The Secretary said on both 
NATO allies occasions this Government 
What Dulles will take to wants to broaden activities of. 
Paris is just a part of this coun- the NATO organization because 
“broadly speaking, an organiza- 
tion of this kind either grows or 
tends to dry up.” 


try’s long-range program, part 
of which already is in effect. 
There are jet aircraft on this) 
side of the free world in NATO,| 
and also on the other side of 
the world in the Far Pacific 
There are guided missiles ready 
in units in Europe and in the 
Mediterranean, most of them) 
up to now, it is true, in the} VIENNA, April 28 #—The 
hands of American forces Peace Council has announced | 
President Eisenhower, in hisithe award of an “international 
foreign aid message to Con-|peace prize” to the Rev. Wil- 
gress on March 19 recommend-|liam Howard Melish, Brooklyn 
ed appropriation of $530 mil-\clergyman. 
lion for the Department of De-| Melish is temporary minister 
fense to “begin a program ofiof the Protestant Episcopal'| 
equipping our allies in develop-|Church of the Holy Trinity. 
ing an even more effective de-|His opponents in his congrega- 
fense based on an improved and |tion have been trying to remove | 


Red Prize Goes 


To Pastor Melish 


better coordinated early warn-|him, mainly because of his left-\such modern cities as Constan-, 
ing and communications system jist leanings. A Brooklyn court tine spurred a drive to root out! 


and utilizing advanced weapons yesterday upheld his right to 
systems, including missiles...” |the temporary pastorate. 
Of this sum, $195 million 
was tentatively allotted to four peace prizes April 7 in| 
NATO countries, with a later|Stockholm, Sweden. The other 
decision—as of March 19—to be'three recipients were the late 
made later. Some Administra-|Irene Joliot-Curie, French phy- 
tion thinking on this will beisicist; Nikos Kazantzakis, a 
carried to Paris by Dulles. iGreek novelist living at An- 
“These advanced weapons, |tibes, France, and Chi Pai-shih. 
purely defensive in character,|a Chinese painter. 


A Council jury awarded streets 


Associated Press 


Long Arraigned 


Robert L. Long, former direc- 


tor of audits of the General | 


Accounting Office, is shown 
after his arraignment here on 
charges of making false state- 
ments on Government job 
and security clearance forms. 
Long was freed on $1000 bond 
after pleading not guilty. 


| United States favors but does! 
inot formally approve. 

The carefully limited Ameri-| 
can policy of trying to encour- 
jage other Western countries to 
sell defensive arms to Israel 
while keeping the United States 
aloof from the whole business 
lis expected to get a boost from) 
Secretary of State John Foster 
|Dulles in Paris this week—| 
iwhatever boost he is able to 
jsive it. 

So far it has not been very 
| productive. 

Dulles is leaving Tuesday for 
a meeting of the North Atlantic 
Treaty Organization in Paris. 
There he will make known to 
the Foreign Ministers of the 14 
other NATO countries the} 
United States readiness now to} 
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Algiers Rounds Up Rebels 


ALGIERS, April 28 i—Po- 
lice ‘killed four rebels and cap- 
tured 40 more, including a Eu- 
ropean .arms smuggler, to 
smash two rings which preyed 
on civilians, authorities said to- 
day. 

Rebel attacks on civilians in 


the nationalist extremists who 
have been striking in the 
and cafes 

Sources in Paris said French 
efforts to crush the entire 
“army of god” rebellion will in- 
clude establishment of a no- 
man’s land along Algeria's bor- 
ders with Tunisia and Morocco 
to prevent the rebels from get- 
ting reinforcements. 


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: In Cairo spokesmen for rebel 
i'movements in both Algeria and'| 
‘Tunisia asked for help from the 
Arab League, which reportedly 
agreed to send notes to each of 
its nine member governments 
urging them to intervene and 
seek Franco-Algerian negotia- 
LIONS. 
(Salah Ben Youssef, Tunisian 
extreme nationalist leader, also 
accused the moderate national- 
ist government of Premier 
Habib Bourguiba of intercept- 
ing arms destined for Algerian 
rebels, Reuters reported.) 

In Algiers a member of an 
extremist ring defected and led 
police to another member who! 
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areas a ared to be ending tracts the workers might re- 

Reuters Hammarskiold is expected to/third of a mile) from the Gazajordination of defense with; vocate of Jordan's joining its today with Seach @f tho atxiie ture to werk. Gtrikes are illeaal| 


CAIRO, April 28—United Na-| stress the need for a local| coastal strip frontier, and for, Maj. Gen. Abdel Hakim Amer, | forces under a joint Arab com- ers. ‘in. Spain. 


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: Zions Secretary-General Dagicommanders’ agreement under the remarking of the eastern Egypt's chief of staff, the As- mand which already links the; There was a noticeable back- | CAMERAS OUTFITS 
part of the El Auja demilitar-| sociated Press reported. forces of Egypt, Syria, Saudi to.work movement in Biscay A. Laboratory Opened | 


; ere to-| whi , 
iy Soom Letanen to purus ett cee ae my oe of. ized zone on the Egyptian-| [Accompanying Ainnab, who Arabia and the Yemen. where over 25,000 metallurgical Reuters 7 
deoncabr ——e. = . NX. Observers ).-seli frontier in the Sinai'succeeded British Gen. Sir, [Strong pressures within Jor-|workers were reported out of BERLIN. April 28—An atomic aq ay te re 
_ mission, as Egypt an-\would immediately investigate pensinsula. Israel has strongly| John Bagot Glubb, was Lt. Col. dan’s Arab Legion have been'their jobs. research laboratory into the 
unced she had taken delivery|any new incidents. Egypt will objected to this last point. Ali Abu Nawar, Ainnab’s chief reported, with Abu Nawar’s| Genaro Riestra, provincial medical uses of radioactive iso- We pay cash! or Lf 
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and TIMES HERALD 


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Sunday, April 29, 1956 


inesweepers ser’s proposals that military! Maj. Gen. Radi Ainnab, com-|man” behind the scenes in/Arab nationalistic policy and closing of some 100 plants and University, East Germany, the sane 
> pers. 4b forces of both side be with-|mander of Jordan’s Arab Le-| Amman. Abu Nawar is a strong) other groups in the army eye- workshops as a disciplinary East German news agency ADN ry se gconnopmagse ey 
= The ships were manne Yidrawn 500 meters (about one-| gion, who cam eto discuss co-| proponent of Nasser and an ad-'ing him jealously.) jmeasure to halt a slowdown announced today. ars. 9- 
Russian crews when they were | - . a. : : rure to helt lowdown announced t 
@elivered in Alexandria today. —_— —_ —— -_ 


Shey were brought under an : . ; 
ms deal signed last Septem- ee 
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= Hammarskjold conferred for , 
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alls for joint patrols under 
tr N. auspices, fixed observa- 
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strengthening of the U.N 
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| He said he had read the) 


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in the name of the five re-| 
turnees. Asked if they had) 
written it, he replied: 

“Of course not. This was| 
something that was dreamt up) 
and given to them of officials! 
for signature.” 


Statement Called “Lie” | 
Subcommittee counsel Rob-| 
ert Morris quoted the returned) 
seamen as saying recently in| 
Russia that after seizure of| 
their ship by the Nationalist 
Chinese, they were “threatened | 
and systematically beaten in| 
order to make us betray our 
country.” ) 
“From beginning to end this 
istatement is a lie.” Ivankov-Ni-| 
kolov said in reply to a ques- 
tion. “There is not a drop of 
truth in the whole statement.” 
Ivankov-Nikolov said he in-| 
tends to remain in this country} 
ipermanently. So did Tatami) 
kov, who added, “I am in a very) 
|\good and merry mood.” | 
| Each of the three witnesses| 
\ epettiogtie denied he had been! 
‘mistreated after the ship seiz- 
ure, either on Formosa or in 
this country. They noted that! 
29 members of the tanker’s| 
crew returned directly from 
Formosa to Russia, and said! 
they could have done the same 
Eleven other crewmen still are| 
on Formosa. | 
Enthusiastic Witnesses | 
[Ivankov-Nikolov, 36, oldest 
of the three witnesses, had 
been in the Russian navy since 
1940, the N. Y. Herald Tribune 
i\News Service said. He was in| 
charge of the radio room of| 
ithe Tuapse when it was cap- 
tured. Dark-haired, in an Ox- 
ford gray suit, brown eyes 
sparkling behind tortoise shell 
glasses, he obviously enjoyed 
testifying, particularly when 
telling about his talk with 
Zaroubin. 

[Although he testified mostly 
through an interpreter, he 
speaks considerable English 

[‘Tatamikov, 22, seemed to 
enjoy himself on the stand, 
too. Freckled and blue-eyed, 
understood less English, 
and perspiration showed on his 
\brow under the crewcut of his 
i'brown hair. He corroborated in 
levery detail the testimony of 
the others 
| [Ermenko displayed a sense 
of humor 
| fHe volunteered that “noth- 
ling in the Soviet press can be 
Paes 


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[First reports in Russian pa 
said, were that the 
had been machine- 
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The stunt involves placing a 


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which is then fired point-blank at Grimmond. Immediately 
he is seen with a bullet with the same markings between 


his teeth. The trick has been 


six magicians have been killed while performing it. 


was Jan Van Hoogstraten of the 


the 


us- 


Church World Service, 
group which sponsored the R 
sian seamen in this country. He 
testified that Konstantin Eki- 
mov, First Secretary of the So- 


among the Soviet agents who 
took the departing seamen to 
a New York airport April 7 and 
added “my impression is that 
he was in charge of the group.” 

Sen. William E. Jenner (R- 
Ind.), a Subcommittee member, 
previously had charged that 
Ekimov and Arkady A. Sobolev; 
chief of the Soviet U. N. delega- 
tion, “organized this kidnap- 
ing.” 
The State Department, in or- 
dering ouster of two other U. N 
representatives, criticized So- 
bolev's action, but did not expel 
him. It made no mention of 
Ekimov 

Sen. Herman Welker @- 
Idaho), who presided over the 
hearing, said the _ testimony 


would be used by the Subcom- 


“in an attempt to frame 
to assure freedom- 
that refugees in 
this country can never again be 
“whisked away.” 


mittee 
legislation 


branded a hoax by many but 


thanked the Russians and of-| 
fered to do “anything we can| 
to assure your happiness,” In-| 
ternational News Service re-| 
ported 

[In inter- 


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them and receiving their story.’ 

(Referring to them as “Mike,” 
‘Ben” and “Vic,” Welker told| 
the witnesses it was “terrible”! 
that their five crewmates had! 
been returned by “artifice or'| 
otherwise to a life of 
drudgery despair” in 
ussSia 

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Assurance on Trade 


On a third major Issue dis- 
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British Air Plots 
To Kill Russians 


LONDON, April 28 ‘»—High 
British officials said today anti- 
Communists had plotted to as- 
sassinate Prime Minister Niko- 
lai Bulganin and Soviet Party 
Boss Nikita Khruschev during 
their just concluded 10-day visit 
to Britain. 

London newspapers, the first 
to break the story, gave it wide 
play. One account said a secret 
anti-Communist band drew lots 


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‘Went East’ in °54 


‘Turncoat’ 
John Loses 


Communist leaders Nikita Khrushchev and Nikolai Bulganin 
put their heads together prior to leaving London for home. 


United Press 


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Release Bid 1 


KARLSRUHE, Germany, 


one night to choose a single 
man for an assassination at- 
tempt which would have rocked! neck on former naval men'| 
April 28 ‘®—Otto John, the, the world. from eastern Europe and espe- 
double turncoat, lost another, /The British officials said word icially on White Russians who 
round today in his fight to free|of the plot reached Scotland|served in the Czar’s navy be- 


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“ son charges. tight security measures. But throughout the 10 days’ 
e The W oF t| A government source said an/nothing more materialized than| 
erman ©U-| assassination plot was arranged|a few fireworks set off by Brit- 
preme Cour . by men believed to represent’ ish pranksters and a few insults 
refused to UP’|two small organizations of\hurled at the visiting Russians 
set an arrest| emigres from eastern Europe. |by some outspoken critics. 
order against) British security men watched| With Bulganin and Khrush- 
,the 47-year-old the ports and checked on visa\chev en route back to Moscow, 
former West applications to keep out all security men tonight enjoyed 
once intelll-' known anti-Communist extrem- their first real relaxation. Ad- 
€ gence chief. ists. A Foreign Office spokes- miralty reports said the Rus- 
John The effect of man said local police also took sian leaders’ ship was safely 
the ruling was “logical action against the large near home waters. 
that John was sent back t© number of people hostile to the | 
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rters he went over to the there were some more intricate |Thursday, died early today and 
ed sto work for peace and and detailed, like the plan to/,, autopsy showed they had 
against a revival of Nazi mili-|mine the River Thames outside | " “ti Ap 
tarism. But he came back Dec.|London. The mines were sup-|5°P@rate hearts, joined to- 
12, 1955, reporting he had been posed to be placed in the path |s¢ther, but only a single liver. 
drugged and taken unconscious \of a boat bringing the Soviet; Doctors said death was due 
into East Berlin. West Germany leaders on a visit to Greenwich. to circulatory failure resulting 
atuhorities arrested him. That report set off a clos€ifrom the abnormal condition 
The girls, daughters of Mr. and 
Mrs. Lawrence Neubauer of 
Fargo, were joined at the chest 
and abdomen. They lived just 
under 34 hours. 


himself of trea-/ Yard and set off extremely|fore the Bolsheviks took over. | 


Juan Peron 


|Argentina’s 


Argentina Puts 
Troops on Alert 


Reuters 

BUENOS AIRES, April 28 
Reports of plans for a series of 
demonstrations by underground 
supporters of former President! 
today were be 
lieved responsible for orders 
last night pusting the Buenos 
Aires army garrison on an alert 
footing 

In addition, the orders can- 
celed leave for army recruits. 

According to the reports, the 
Peron supporters intended to 
stage the demonstrations in 
connection with observance of 
Labor Day next 


Tuesday. 

The new moves follow a wave 
of conspiracy which culminated 
in arrest of 100 alleged plotters 
Thursday in the city of Cordoba 
and resignation yesterday of In- 
terior Minister Eduardo Busso 

It also follows cancellation 
by Army Minister Gen. Ossorio 
Arana of plans to visit military 
establishments in Mendoza 
province. 

Early today Paraguayan sta- 
tions reported a military up- 
rising in several Argentine 


Berlin ‘Spy Tunnel’ Gets 
Big Spread in Red Press 


ity 
Doolittle told reporters he 


happened in Russia since that 
time.” Doolittle, now an oil 
company executive, arrived 
yesterday for observances com- 


but ‘they are ahead in quan- 
tity.” | 
based his opinion “on our ex-, 


States and what has probably| 


has closed it to the public pend-|memorating the World War II 
i 


26 Hart in Clashes 
At Industrial Fair 


‘ Reuters 

HAIFA, Israel, April 28 
Twenty policemen and six dem- 
onstrators were injured in 
clashes outside ‘an industria] 
fair here today. 
| Fifteen hundred Orthodox 
Jews, headed by Deputy Min- 
‘ister of Religion Zerah ‘War- 
|haftig, demonstrated against 


| keeping the fair open on the 


Sabbath. 


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ing a detailed study of the lay- battle of the Coral Sea. 


ut. 
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administrations of East and! 
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counter meantime—the first 
since the city was split in 1949) , 
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Rebels F rom BERLIN, April 28 (%—The|Parliament,. to the tunnel. 
Communists gave _  Berlin’s| Brandt demanded the presence 
Bur ma Polls “wiretap tunnel” the full propa-|of three political prisoners held 
ganda treatment today. the Reds as a condition be- 
arene Even Communist China news-|fore he accepted the East Ber- 
Reuters papers played up accounts of lin invitation to inspect the tun- 
RANGOON, Burma, April 28' the 1650-foot tunnel which Rus- nel. 
Rebel forces yesterday/sia charges the U. S. military |, (Since these men were not 
launched heavy attacks on poll-| dug to cut in on Soviet tele-|ere, the encounter ended.) 
ing booths in lower Burma dur-| phone lines for espionage pur- 
ing voting in a general a Fast G G - 
which appears to have been a! e Eas erman \overn-| . Bs 
—" victory for Premier ng ny jd Ayr wauee! Doolittle Believes 
u. | | . 
According to reports reach- —_ of the tunnel had been | U- S. Jets Superior 
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waddy Delta, 40 miles west of “aroused to lively discussion Doolittle says he believes the 
here. and indignation,” the agency | United States has better jet 
Rebels were reported to have Sid. jaircraft than the Soviet Union 
threatened voters, burned down Bg Bony — the So- 
polling booths and made num-|* c 
erous other attempts to disrupt) in ane pe Mage 
the election. | 
fect” dean teeta Peoples tunnel. The East German press perience in Korea and on what 
Freedom League was leading |5#!4. — tunnel ~ 7" ajhas happened in the United 
in all nine constituencies where yee oy mn Ones VOU 
vetes were cast when counting  iinin Meaeked caleba in Ber- 
» “so will not be lin, after holding “open house” | 
available until the first week in at the tunnel for several days, 
May, wher absentee votes have 
been counted 
Over 240,000 registered vot- ° 
ers—slightly more than 60 per 
cent of the electorate—turned 
out at the polls. Ruling party 
cardidates polled nearly 67 per 
cent of the total vote against 
—! and leftwing opposi-\the sector boundary, Reuters) 
= ; reported. 
Premier Nu personally led) (The man from the East came! 
his nearest rivals by over 14~\t4 conduct Willi Brandt, presi- 
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Sunday, April 29, 1956 


_ All 


lead the opposition to encour-|committee meets today to ham- Mark Clark “speaks with the 


, .|mer out last-minute changes. a 
aging Japan’s trade. Two South One proposal \ofege it deals | Voice of the = in opposing 


By Bernard D. Nossiter 
Stat Reporter 


A row over foreign trade pol-| 


ern states have passed and a) 


with the International Labor 


icies is expected to enliven the |+nirg is considering laws requir-| Organization. The Chamber has 


annual meeting of the United 
States Chamber of Commerce, 
opening here today. | 

The Chamber's forty-fourth 
yearly. gathering will draw 
about 3000 businessman dele- 
gates to a fourday whirl of 
round-the-clock speeches and 
entertainment 

Some 44 addresses are sched. 
uled, on everything from peace- 
ful uses of the atom to “Pre- 
serving Private Enterprise.” 
Dispute on Trade 

The trade dispute is likely 
to break out Wednesday when 
delegates vote on Chamber poli- 
cies. They will be asked to back 
planks approving United 
States’ membership in the Or- 
ganization for Trade Coopera- 
tion and expanding Japanese 
trade. 

Congress is now weighing an 
Administration-backed _ bill to 
permit this country to join 
OTC. Protectionists oppose the 
measure as a threat to import 
curbs. Proponents contend that 
OTC, an administrative body to 
Supervise multilateral trade 
agreements, will simply make 
present pacts more effective 

Textile manufacturers will 


ing stores selling Japanese tex-| 
tiles to so identify themselves. 
The State Department has said | 
these moves violate commercial 
treaties with Japan. Textile 
makers are pressing for- stiff 
quotas on Japan's textile sales 
here. 

The Chamber convention gets 
off to a quiet start today with 
an open house and reception 
at its 1615 H st., nw headquar- 
ters. The tempo picks up Mon 
day with the keynote address 
by President Boyd Campbell 
after a talk by Rev. Billy 
Graham 

A panel show featuring Re. 
publican National Chairman 
Leonard Hall, his Democratic 
counterpart, Paul Butler, Sen. 
John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.) and 
Sen. Barry Goldwater (R-Ariz.) 
highlights the Tuesday sched- 
ule. Businessmen will meet 
their Congressmen face-to-face 
at 31 dinners Tuesday night. 

Commerce Secretary Sinclair 
Weeks is the lone Cabinet offi- 
cer scheduled to talk. Chamber 
officials said President Eisen- 
hower has been invited and may 
appear at one of the sessions. | 

The organization’s policy! 

’ 


previously said it would back | 


ILO for another year but wants 
Congress to study its future 
usefulness. 

The convention will also vote 
on policy proposals to: 

® Increase postal rates to 
wipe out postal deficits. An Ad- 
ministration bill with the same 
end has run into strong Con- 
gressional opposition. 

® Reduce the National debt, 
end capital gains taxes, cut in- 
dividual inceme tax rates and 
ease application of anti-trust 
laws. “ 

® Support economic and tech- 
nical aid to Asia, including mu- 
tual security programs for 
South and Southeast Asia, and 
demonstrate “good will” toward 
the Middle East. 

® Beware the Soviet Union's 
new look of trade and aid be- 
cause Russia’s objectives have 
not changed 

® Avoid use of Federal pvr- 
chasing to aid domestically dis- 
tressed areas. . 

® Oppose any increase in the 
Federal Reserve's credit-con- 
trolling authority. The system 
is now studying whether it 
should have the power to curb 
consumer credit. 


integration of white and Negro 
troops for military purposes. 
The official of the National! 


Association for the Advance-' ¢ 


ment of Colored People said'| 
it was a similar “voice of the) 
past” that maintained “prior! 
to 1941 that American Negroes | 
were incapable of flying air-' 
craft. | 

Clark, former commander of 
U. N. troops in Korea and now 
president of the Citadel, a 
South Carolina military col- 
lege, made his integration re- 
marks in a luncheon address 


Clark 


Almond 


Washington the Army said 
Clark apparently was referring 
to the 92d Infantry “Buffalo 
Division,” which participated 
in the 1942 Italian campaign. 
At Anniston, Ala., the former 


yesterday to the Southern Re- division commander, Lt. Gen. | 


Conference of State 
Charleston, 


gional 
Governments in 
> & 

He said from a military view- 
point” he opposed the integra- 
tion policy adopted by the 
Government in 1951 and was 
still opposed to it. 

Wilkins also took issue with 
Clark's statement that a, Ne- 
gro division bolted from the 
enemy and was “the worst” he 
ever commanded. 

Wilkins said the Negro troops 
“were trained and used in 


Edward M. Almond, now re- 


| 
tired, said he indofsed “Gen, | Pi ° 


Clark's statement 100 per cent.” 

In Chicago, Col. Raymond 
Watkins, 
Illinois National Guard, who 
said he served in the 92d Divi- 
sion, said he was “surprised” 
by Clark's statements. Watkins 
declared: 


“When he came back from 


Negro officer of the) 


overseas in 1945 Clark said that 
the 92d had done a glorious job. | 
He even said that if anybody 
tried to take the division away 


World War Il under the most from him in combat he would! 


humiliating segregation. All 


authorities recognize that this; __ 


affected their morale.” 
Neither Clark nor Wilkins 
named 


the division, but in | 


have objected strenuously ... 


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cle frames’ The Soviet block reportedly|1957 period beginning July 1. 


is wooing Yugoslavia with near-| Of the 30 millions next year, 20 
ly $300 million of easy loans—) inions is scheduled to be in 
space 10 times the amount Of €C0) uns commodities and for 
nomic aid the United States isi road construction equipment, 
supplying this year. coal and technical services 

This-country is giving, NOt) which Van Dyke said “would 
lending, 30 millions to. Yugo- enhance Yugoslavia’s ability to’! 
slavia this year for economic maintain an independent posi-|| 
aid in, addition to unspecified ;;,, » :. | 
military aid. ) No figures were given on the 

This official report was given) amount of U. S. military aid to 
to House Foreign Affairs Com-| yygosjavia. 
mittee members wanting tO; jonny B. Hollister. the ICA 
know the magnitude of Rus- administrator, testified at an- 
sia's effort to win Marshal Tito other point there is nothing in 
in the cold war struggle.” the U. S. economic aid program 

It is part of what U.S offi- generally “which indicates a 
cials call the new Kremlin desire to outbid the Russians.” 
strategy of promoting friend- “What may be wild promises 
ship, or at least “neutralism,” and what may turn out to be 
by political-economic means!sound we don’t know yet,” he’ 
rather than outright military) said. 
bactics. .___| Rep. Walter H. Judd (R- 

Stuart H. Van Dyke, Euro-| Minn) said he has been told by 
pean Operations. Director for) seyeral U. S. ambassadors that 
the International Corporation| the United States should not be! 
Administration said in March|“too anxious” and “rush in too 
27 closed testimony made avail-| much” to counter Soviet offers. | 
able to’a newsman yesterday! “Let the world discover that. 
white. |that “rather generous” Russian|the Soviets promise enormous 

. , loan offers to Yugoslavia are} economic aid but don’t deliver,” 
HIS: Blonde, pushing $200 million at the Judd told Hollister. “Our aid 
‘present time.” will be more e re 
demi-amber or 1P pd ge IR AER). copes faedtive and 
are at 2 per cent interest, re- 
payable in 10 years. 

“In addition to this,” he said, | 
“Poland has made 20 millions) 
available on credit and Czecho- 
slovakia has made 75 millions 
availableo n credit. So, the mag- 
nitude of the Russian smile is 
rather important.” 

The Committee was given fig-| 
ures listing these Soviet loan 
offers as having been accepted 
also in solid col- by the Yugoslavs this fiscal 
year: 

The equivalent of $54 million 
American for 3-year credits to 
buy goods and raw materials; 
$30 million equivalent for for- 
eign exchange and gold credit; 
$110 million equivalent in in- 
vestment credit to be used for 
such items as fertilizer plants, | 
mine reconstruction and ex-| 
pansion 

Van Dyke said a further $10 
million Soviet offer is still 
under discussion 

By comparison, Yugoslavia is 
slated for $30 million in out 
right grants from the United 
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. ‘Democratic National Chairman|paign technique.” " 


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cine a months , Paul M. Butler tonight resumed| He said Nixon used “smear- 
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Free Nation-W ide ident Nixon and called on Pfesi- tion to the House and Senate. 
Placement Service | 
Thousands of successful gradu- #) , dent Eisenhower to assume re-|In 1952 and 1954, he added Mr 
ates from Coast to Coast praise By Valtes Press \sponsibility for the type of cam-| Eisenhower “looked the other 
Lewis Schcol. Approved for Vet- Americans for Democratic! With the almost certain re-| | ; 'paign Nixon wages in the Presi-|way as his Vice President im- 
eran Training. Action, an organization of li- nomination of President Eisen-' (i dent's behal? mened the vatriotie:n of 
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; - nouncement that he is seeking 
9-29 § terday for their approach to the leaders said the Republican 3 : a 
coming presidential election campaign strategy is clear: ts. renomination, said Butler, tary of State. tried to the 
In a joint statement. three tte p Reet tree Ak dibiiti 7 “portends a return of the smile lahel , - ton Bh ~F gt tne 
ADA jeadere anid toe mane OE pew ‘taatead — ll cm ~ “ee =| and smear campaigns of 1952 setriotic and cree Mlle 
politicians in both parties” are , rayer and a latitude Vice — rg} Be [one Sees Waten were lee Sy ant candidates and joined ‘in 1 : 
refusing to face up to the issues President Nixon has now in- re 7 ' security risks hea n tteen " ee ee en 
that ADA thinks should he de- ‘ited } mself back aboard and ~ - > “The President's admission ing io hrand an oe ; m ot my v ; H x we Rul nal . 
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will, ‘no doubt, begin lighting ties would have to be limited S€Tvants as subversive. scientifically tested ine every 
his little smudge pots in the makes it doubly important that. Urging his audience to pro . | e: Seepage 
inear future. Chairman Leonard he assume responsibility for the test vigorous! against a repet smudge, smear, streak —even 
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his latest slogan, ‘For the love DPemocrats Choice |will probably pursue on behalf Butler said — eh ry ephigters dep 
|of Ike, vote Republican. | of the President in the coming , “tional unity, bipartisan is exclusive with Helena Rubi 
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my etal femres Mg Young Democrat at the ‘inth District Democratic Din- gene try for political vic Riles Dubtaciein’s Bue | 
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issues,” the statement said. Young “smear campaign” in the last 
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Chotiner to Make ‘Pot Boil’ 


By Willlam Flynn b 


West Coast correspondent of the 
ton Gio 
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Subcommittee is Democrat- con-|Senator, all possible informa- 


trolled. 


ition “without violating my oath 
las a lawyer not to disclose con- 


Wilkie in 1940 and Dewey in 
1944. 
In 1942 Chotiner was field 


retaries in his office is known 

as the “political secretary.” 
After the 1952 election, how- 

ever, Chotiner retired as a pro- 


ftick to-the law. 

Since that time, says a Los - 
Angeles police official, “he’s 
‘the man on Nixon's back door 
and that could keep a man 
busy.” 

His relationship to Nixon ex- 
plains to some why he has been 


been a very simple matter to 
‘call me on the telephone.” 
| He says, moreover, that a 
subpena wasn't necessary. 

At any 
on Wednesday should be inter- 
pmneems wiietitenmisiee 


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LOS ANGELES. April 28~' netiner says he has already fidential communications be- 
. NURS, Apt cause of testimony that he re-|:ween client and attorney.” 
The Senate Investigations Sub- ceived a $5000 fee in 1953 for 
committee next Wednesday will aap oman Herman Kravitz, a Great Poltical Influence 
have before it in Washington a ey figure in the Senate inquiry| What sort of man is Murray 


director for Earl Warren, now 
Chief Justice of the United) 
States, in his first campaign 
for Governor of California. 
In 1945 he became a profes. | 


subpenaed to appear under the ¢ 
subcommittee’s 
lights next Wednesday. 

For as Chotiner puts it, he 
has already given the commit- 


ing att tacks of Br 


Kleig 


Los Angeles lawyer onces de- 
scribed out here as “the man on 
Nixon's back door.” 

He is Murray M. (“For Noth- 
ing”) Chotiner. And the politi- 
cal pot will be boiling in Wash- 
ington when he testifies under 
subpena before the Senate 
Subcommittee probing Army 


into possible bribery and cor-'M. Chotiner? 
ruption in uniform buying. 
hired fluence. But 

Los ithe scenes. For example when 


testified he 
look over 


Kravitz 
Chotiner to 


There is no mis- 
great political in- 
he works behind 


taking his 


Angeles factory sites. But one! Nixon began his 1952 campaign 


of the 148 questonhs he refused'in New England Chotiner wentjone associate, 


to answer on grounds it might\along on the chartered plane, 
tend to incriminate him was but only for the first two days. 


why he retained Chotiner when 


He made notes on campaign 


his firm already had seven technique, gave advice quietly 


other lawyers. 


to Nixon and then left the tour 


sional Republican campaign 
manager. “Murray was. the! 
only guy with a mimeograph| 
machine that would run,” says’ 
“so he.got. the) 


During this period, according | 
to his critics and some Los! 
Angeles police officials, Choti-| 


Murray M. Chotiner gets a Senate subpena. 
ner specialized in representing | ; 


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bookmaking cases,” he says.|when he began his political 
brother of the Massachusetts) ‘ago showed his influence. Let-|“My practice is diversified.” (career. |man we've got.” Then Chotiner 
-|ters addressed to the Vice- _Some of his professional ac-| In 1946 and 1952 Chotiner toured California and reported 
the outgoing mail. During a|but he does not consider ap-\sen, William F. Knowland. his support.” That did it. Nixon 
conference he instructed the/pearing before vag Knowland's s ge wW&8S was nominated and elected. 

a alls agencies as “practicing law Will oger r.. son 
secretary “cut off all calls but against gers Denies Starting Nixon Fund 


those from Washington.” Started Fact-Finding Units of the late humorist. It was dur- 
Chotiner shuns the limelight. ; ‘ing that campaign that Chotiner In this campaign the profes- 
sional political relationship be-| 


He is about five feet seven|. Chotiner became a Reput- first met Richard Nixon, a can- 
inches tall and heavily built.) ne a manager after didate for Congress. tween the two developed into) 
| » is square his hair OUUIning the party organiza | friendship. 
adage! Rn no - straight hack.|tion’s inefficiency to the late Encouraged Debates ! 
shirt-sleeves Raymond Haight, a Republican} Chotiner says all he did was 


Chotiner says that he “talked! 
He works in his power, to “help a little on the publicity 


to people” when the controver- 
les. v9 
and seldom doodle “What would you do aboutiand with a little advice.” He | famed Nixon TV broadcast four 
"IF you'll let me have Your Old Rugs, Carpets, 


sial Nixon fund—subject of the 
| Ch born in Pitts-|. n 
eg ~+ Bigg B 4 1008 ‘the it?” Haight asked. Chotiner says he encouraged Nixon to years ago—was started. 
Ny oe engage in debates with incum-, “But I did not start the 
Clothing (which we'll pick up at your door) 
I GUARANTEE te send the finest, oo KGS 
Say, 


Chotiner says he has alredy|hefore anyone had taken much 
given the Committee through | notice of who he was. 
its counsel, Robert F. Kennedy,| 4 visit to his office a month 


contracts. 

For Chotiner was campaign 
manager in 1952 for Vice Presi- 
dent Richard M. Nixon, and the 


chance. The odds are against 
his winning but he's the best 


Just 


*A9S 


$25 Down 


said Haight. 
Chotiner 


ly migrated to California, the) So Chotiner went back to/could he lose? I knew he could, himself,” he says. 

second time for good. school, enrolling in extension| beat Voorhis in a debate. He’ His political philosophy is 

‘courses in public relations, ad-' did.” that “most smears boomerang 
fae |Family Reportedly Wealthy _—/vertising and radio. And he was| Two years later there was and that is the political reason | 
.- ¢ | His father switched from/one of the prime forces in estab- little Chotiner could do for for not indulging in them.” 


imanufacturing to theater-build-|lishing local Republican “fact| Nixon, for he won reelection in| Chotiner was at least a wit. | 
€ ing ownership and the family|finding” committees at the! the primary. But it was differ- ness to the events that resulted | 
'is reputedly more than ordinari-|county level to audition and ent in 1950. in Nixon’s nomination for Vice) 
ly wealthy. Murray shares with'screen would-be candidates. It} “Dick was not satisfied to President in 1952. He took two 
his brother and a third partner|is axiomatic that such backing tread water,” says Chotiner. months off to handle the de- 

a law office in a Beverly Hills is needed for success, since the! ‘He got the idea he would like tails of Nixon's campaign 


building inherited from his county committee supplies the|/to run for the Senate.” And efforts. 

| father. money for the campaign. i\Chotiner agreed with him. Since then he says he has! 1330 G Street N.W 

| Young Chotiner was edu-| And it was such a committee; Chotiner told the party lead- been “on call” to do jobs for the Vinee Gale 
cated in the public schools, the ‘hat first put the seal of ap-jers that only Nixon “has a‘ Vice President. One of the sec- Hours: Washington 
'University of Southern Cali-| 
fornia at Los Angeles end' 
Southwestern Law Colleg e| 
\where he won a law degree in 
hea. He was admitted to the 
‘bar in 1931 and on June 9, 1932 
Choice New Wools, redyed, respun ‘he married Phyllis Lee Choti- 
end woven in 3 days into lovely, ad . | ner. They have a son Kenneth. 
thick, deep-textured new... , ~~ 18 | 


Chotiner won a di-| 
Two- Sided Luxwy Monthi vorce last Nov. 9 after testify-| 
P nts 
BROADLOOM *.. 


ing he had been away from 
home “weeks at a time, some- 
if you 
wish 
. with the popular twist-weave 
beauty of heavy, luxury-priced 


times a month, due to’ the pur- 
wool rugs—at |» the cost. 


suance of political affairs.” 
Chotiner became a registered 
(Example: a 9 x 12 ft. Olson Rug 
weighs 46 lbs., not 32) 


Republican in the early thirties 
and was a volunteer neighbor- 
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regardiess of the colors in your ma- 


hood speaker during Herbert 
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Six years later in his only try 
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i'was defeated in the primary 
for the State Assembly. The 

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Chotiner was active on nu- 
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| *hoti.| told him. : 
son of the late Albert H. Choti at Democrat Jerry Voorhis.|fund.” he says and he has ne 
wearing Rugs or Wall-te- 


ner and Sarah (Chass) Chotiner.| “G0 ahead,” 1 , 
His father owned cigar factories| “That costs money, “Some of Dick's friends were question that it was completely 
Wall Carpeting you ever 
hed for So Little Money. 6) 


in Ohio and Pennsylvania but/Teplied. ‘ frightened,” says Chotiner. “I ethical. “There wasn’t a penny 
twice in 1915 and 1920, the fami-| “We'll pay you,” said Haight.|urged him to go ahead. What that went to Dick Nixon for} —_ 
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1823 14th St. NW maker of the world’s greatest lighters and electric shavers 


RONSON CORPORATION, NEWARK 2, N. 4., TORONTO, ONT. LONDON, ONG, 
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YOU KNOW THESE FAMOUS NAMES! 


Se a 


“a OPS EG: Maser kg 


|CASTELBERG’S TAKES OVER BATES! 2: 


‘WOU 


FAMOUS 
JEWELRY 


ae - 
OF ORES ERENCE NOT CTR 


THT AAIIOT 
BAILS de-t MUST BE WN 


Everything Goes...Right to the Bare Walls: Fev 


SAVE ON THEM ALL IN THIS GREAT SALE! 


* HAMILTON * ELGIN * BULOVA * BENRUS * GRUEN * LONGINES * INTERNATIONAL * COMMUNITY * TRIFARI * EMERSON 
* ADMIRAL * GE * MOTOROLA * ZENITH * WESTINGHOUSE * SUNBEAM * PRESTO * RCA VICTOR * KEYSTONE * KODAK * ARGUS 


17-JEWEL BULOVAS 


Men’s & Ladies’ Models 


‘wie Now 93 388 


FAMOUS WATCHES SACRIFICED! 


Just 11 Ladies’ Fameus 17-Jewel Bulova $97.88 
Dress Watches, regularly $49.50, now only 


9 to sell. . . Ladies’ Superb 17-Jewel Bul- $99.88 
ova Watches that were $59.50, reduced to 


16 Ladies’ Finest 21-Jewel Bulova Dress 
Watches that sell —— at $71.50, ° $39. 88a 


yours now aft... 


11 Men's 17-Jewel Bulova Dress Watches $99.88 
..» regularly priced at $59.50. . . now just 


14 Men's Dependable 17-Jewel Bulova $36-88 
Self-Winding Waterproof Watches, were $75 
Only 5 Men's 21-Jewel Bulova Dress 
Watches . . . accuracy plus handsome $43,388 
i. OT Pe veccceceeescesus 
18 Men's 21-Jewel Bulova Waterproof 
Watches that sell everywhere for $71.50, $33.88 


i Me bieevebwabeascecucedsuenets 


Just 9? Men's 17-Jewel Self-Winding Benrus $99.88 
watches, regularly at $59.50, yours now for 


} DIAMOND-DIAL HAMILTON 


Man’s 17-Jewel Precision Watch 


| 30s now $178 


17 Famous 17-Jewel Self-Winding Benrus $94.88 
Watches that were $49.50 reduced to just 


4 to sell... . Popular Benrus 17-Jewel Wrist $99.88 
Alarm Watches regularly priced at $59.50 


5 Ladies’ Benrus Diamond watches with 
17-Jewel movement regularly Se. at $9488 
re 4 ¢ GU GP ccc cvcetOeecceces 


7 only .. . Ladies’ Benrus Embraceable 
Watches, 17-Jewels . 
I. cos CCREME DOO O00 bwOUOe 0% 


2 Longines 17-jewel Dresss Watches for 
men... Selling ne 2 enn at $130. 


yours for ** $68 ons 


3 Men's 17-Jewel —— Dress Watches $79.88 
.. regularly $135... now reduced to only 


Just 4... Elgin Dress Watches for men 

with 19-Jewel Movement, — * $65 > $36: .88 
SOTA rr ree 

2 Elgin 19-Jewel Sigia Men's Dress 

Watches . . . usually priced at $55... $3] .88 
2 ge  arerrrrrrrrreyy yrs 

3 Men's 21-Jewel Elgin Dress Watches for $ $47.88 
“him .. . thot were $85 .-vedqahetaguet 


Only 4... Ladies’ 19-Jewel Dress Watches $37.88 
aus you'd regularly pay $69.50, now for 


3 Elgin 21-Jewel Watch Beauties for her .88 
. . regularly selling for $89.50........ $47 


4 Hamilton 17-Jewel Deess Watches for .88 
men that were $69.95 ... yours now for $36 


DIAMOND BRIDAL SETS 


Exquisite Beauty! Amazing Value! 


0°48 0°98 


+100 
DIAMONDS SACRIFICED! 


Ladies’ Tiffany Diamond Rings, white or $68 
yellow gold, regularly $150, now only. . 


Ladies’ Tiffany Diamond Rings, white or " $]48 
yellow gold, regularly $375, now only. . 


Ladies’ Diamond Bridal Sets, white or yel- $48 
low gold, regularly $100, now only...... 


Ladies’ Diamond Bridal Sets, white or yel- $68 
low gold, regularly $150, now only...... 


Ladies’ Diamond Bridal Sets, white or yel- $79 
low gold, regularly $175, now only...... 


Ladies’ Diamond Bridal Sets, white or yel- $98 
low gold, regularly $250, now only...... 


Ladies’ Diamond Bridal Sets, white or yel- $148 
low gold, regularly $350, now only ..... 


Ladies’ Diamond Bridal Sets, white or yel- $995 
low gold, regularly $650, now only...... 


Ladies’ Diamond Bridal Sets, white or yel- $595 
low gold, regularly $1250, now only...... 


Ladies’ Diamond Bridal Sets, white or yel- $] 55 
low gold, regularly $375, now only...... 


Ladies’ Diamond Double Row Wedding $79 
Bands, lovely, regularly $175, now only... 


ALL GIFTWARE REDUCED! 
30%-40%-50%-60% off 


MOST ITEMS SACRIFICED AT 


LESS THAN COST 


Ladies’ Diamond Double Row — ' $948 
Bands, white, regularly $600, now only . 


Ladies’ Diamond Cluster Ring, total weight $ 
1 ct., regularly $695, now only.......... 249 


Ladies’ Diamond Marquise Cut ring, total ¢$ 
wt. 1.11 ets., regularly $1350, now ........ 650 


Ladies’ Diamond Emerald Cut ring, total ¢ 
wt. 1.30 cts., regularly $2300, now..... 1095 


Ladies’ Diamond Platinum Ring, 3 carat 
center, regularly $10,000 now....... t +4700 


Ladies’ Diamond Platinum Ring, 2.27 
carat center, regularly $7,000, now... $3350 


Man's Diamond Ring, 14 Karat yellow gold, $] 39 


regularly $295, now only............... 


Man's Diamond Ring, 14 Karat yellow gold, $450 


ees ot, NE NE io i kc cn hn t% 


Man's 5- Diamond Square Cluster Ring, 14 ¢ 
Karat, regularly $295, now only......... 129 


Man's 3-Diamond Ring, total weight .65 cts., $ 
regularly $400, now anly.............. ] 95 


Man's Diamond Ring, total weight 1.45 
cts., regularly $1200, now only.......... $595 


Watch Attachment. 


revere MIXMASTER- 


ALL JEWELRY SACRIFICED! 


Trifari Costume Jewelry .. . so smart, so J OFF 
new—+sensationally reduced, now ...... 2 

All the latest styles in Famous Pennino 

Jewelry . . . just right for Spring and VY, OFF 
ee ND SC i-wa es 0056 6504800 008 2 
Marcel Boucher Costume Jewelry . .. un- 

usual new designs, excellent quality .. . 


wee Gene Oe Cc ce cede botivees VY Ore 


Men's Famous Speidel Jewelry ... the 
newest in fine cuff links and tie sets 


ee er rey eae VY oF 


All Men's and Ladies’ Quality Birthstone 
Rings .. . every birthmonth color included OF 
— fF arr Baws bi ahve bee Vn , 


Just one to sell... 


ee ee a 6 hn ee esas 640 cbeeeaOES OY 
One only . . . Man's Exquisitely Designed 
14-k Solid Gold Watch Attachment .. . $68-88 
was $150.00... now only ........... 


GIFTS, SILVER SACRIFICED! 


Exquisite Royal Heager Lamp, Beautiful $] 7:87 
design, was $24.95, now only .......... 


Exceptionally Attractive Royal Heager $] 3: .87 
Lamp, formerly $19.95, now only....... 


All Other Famous Lamps and Houseware " 60% 
Items Reduced 30%, 40%, 50% and. ° 
14-Piece Claridge Crystal Punch Bow! Sets, $9.48 
regularly $4.95, now only ............ 


7-Piece Wall Spice Sets, Wooden Rack, 58° 
formerly $1.49, while they last, only .... 


6-Piece Rogers Silverplated Tea Service * $68: 88 
with Tray, regularly $150, now only. . 


5-Piece Sheridan Silverplated Tea Service $37.50 
with Tray, regularly $66, now only... ... 


NEW 1956 EMERSON ‘21’ TV 


Handsome Mahogany Console 


Was ! 
$349.25 NOW ] 99 
APPLIANCES SACRIFICED! 


Big 9 Cu. Ft. Famous FRIGIDAIRE Refrig- 


erator that was $259.95... yours now $ 95 
Oe GE 6.502 5 Fin ee deb eeosncasvacs 199: 
Regularly $17.95 Sunbeam STEAM & DRY $9.78 
IRON ... yours if you hurry for a low, low 


Almost half-price! Regular $31.50 Sun- $] 6:88 
beam DEEP-FRYER .. . reduced now to only 


Save $10 on Famous wiesgee Electric 
Mixers, regularly $29.95 . 
Se Fai cs woe hha cueteas eek Lieu 
Wonderful Dormeyer French-Fry Skillet 
with dozens of uses... 
ans . 6c chetewee bacacs cabous 


Complete with Juicer 


NOW +238* 


Regularly 


$47.50 


.. aud YOU DON'T NEED CASH IN THIS SALE 


Se: ROR? intel Sitter eee re 


ALL MERCHANDISE - MUST 
BE SOLD IMMEDIATELY! 


— 
= 
* 


“THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, April 29, 1956 ATS _ I 


Giese 


ARE THE FACTS! 


Castelberg’s Has Taken 
Over Bates Jewelers! 


BUT WE DON’T HAVE THE ROOM FOR BATES 
STOCK AND WE MUST SELL EVERYTHING 
IMMEDIATELY REGARDLESS OF COST. SO 
YOU GET THIS GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY TO 
SAVE 30 TO 60° ON BATES FAMOUS STOCK 
OF DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, SIL- 
VER, LUGGAGE & APPLIANCES. EVERY PIECE 
MUST GO.. AND FAST. .TO THE BARE WALLS. 
THE PRICES HERE AND THRUOUT THE STORE 
PROVE WE MEAN BUSINESS! MANY ITEMS 
. OFFERED LESS THAN WHOLESALE COST. 


THAT'S WHAT MAKES THIS 
SALE SO FABULOUS! DESPITE THE DRASTIC 
PRICE CUTS YOU CAN BUY ON THE LIBERAL 
CREDIT FOR WHICH CASTELBERG’S IS FAMOUS 


NO MONEY DOWN 


JEWELERS 


FREE PARKING 


: WASHINGTON POST and TIMES 
Sunday, April 29, 1956 


-Ready Monday... Our 60th... 


to Sole 


now is the time to save on sheets! towels! pillows! linens, all! 


CANNON SHEETS 


During construction of our 
new Parking Building, The 
Hecht Co. is poviding tem- 
porary additional parking 
at Colonial Parking, 6th & 
D Sts. NW —at the usual, 


we low Hecht Co. rates. 


Cannon 2.99 Ezy-matic Percale 
Sheets Slip on Ever-so-easy! 


Cannon Ezy-matie corners make bed-making a joy! So easy! é 
Just slip on, without ever lifting mattress. Save on these twin- > 9 


size white percales ... match all et cannon fitted wien : 


Cannon 3.49 Pastels 


Glamorous percales in sea- 

green, lilac, aqua, yellow, 

pink. Long-twin, 72x108”. 7. 
Long-double 81x108", White Sale 


reg. 3.89 ‘a 49 
Priced! 
Pillowcases ..... te = 


J ~~ 
Cannon 2.49 Muslins 


Smooth, sturdy whites for 


summer's extra needs and qT TY 
hard wear. Long-twin, 72x 
108”. —~ e @F7 @ 


White Sale savings. Double size, reg. 3.39 .. bigth We White Sale 
Priced! Long-double 81x108" 


Pastel Percales, twin size reg. 3.49 2.99 Double-size, reg. 3.89.... 


reg. 2.59 


White Muslins, twin size reg. 2.29....1.99 Double-size, reg. 2 hae: Pillowcases . 


7 =a _ 
e a . ° * > e e . e 


Cannon 2.99 Percales 


Combspun percale sheets in 
milky white. Save 3.60 per . 
dozen. Long-twin, 72x108" . 


Long-double 81x108", 
ep Ree ere White Sale 


Pillowcases Priced! 


Cannon 3.49 Scallops 


Silken white percales, em- 

broidered in rose, blue, 2 WT 
green, yellow, white. Long- 

twin 72x108”. ee 
Long-double, 81x108", White Sale 


reg. 3.89 . 3.49 Priced! 
Pillowcases, 42x38." ... .89e 


Sth FL, Washington; 3rd FL, Silver Spring and PARKington 


CANNON : TOWELS 


Save 7Oc on New 


Moroccan Stripes 


6.98 Imported 64x84 Cloths 


Sleek imported rayon-and-cot- 


ton damask cloths in pink, 
toast, green, gold, gray, white 3 9g 
or aqua. > 


2.99 size 52x52”, 1.99 
3.99 size 52x68”, 2.99 
8.99 size 64x104”, 5.99 
19c Napkins, 39¢ 


Priced! 


The Hecht Co., 5th FI., 


—ADVANCE BLANKET SALE!— 


19.95 Kenwood Wool and Cashmere Blanket 


Order now and pay on 
delivery in September . 
or October! We'll store 


free of charge! 


4.99 Jumbo Scatter Rugs 


Heavy weight, quick drying 
viscose rayon in a smart sculp- 
tured pattern with non-slip rub- 
berized back. White, rose, for $s) 


White Sale Hunter, pink, yellow, black, 


aqua, grey, beige and green. White Sale 
ea. 2.69 Priced 


Washington; 3rd Fl., Silver Spring and PARKington 


Get your choice of color now ... and save 
$5 on each blanket as well! Pure wool 
(10° of it cashmere). Warm, light and 


14.99 


_fleecy. In rosepink, blue, light green, 
, “vellow, ‘spice brown, white with rtatth-- BOA Os ae ee Sahel A OR op 


ing nylon binding. Also available for 
immediate delivery. 


Sth Floor, Washington; 4th Floor, Silver Spring 
and PARKington 


22.95 Double-Size 
Blanket ....17.95 


The Hecht Co, Silver Spring and PARKington open Monday 12:30 to 9:30 P.M.; Washington Store open 9:30 to 6 P.M. 


1.69 Luxury Towels 
at White Sale Savings 


Every towel extra large, almost 4ft. long. Bold, 
blazer stripes of color woven with white . . . pink, 
“aqua, beige, greet spray, yellow; rose or tirfudivet~ 
Buy several] colors to mix ’n’ match for fresh, new 

bathroom beauty! 22x44”, 


Wash Cloths .....380 ~ Quest Towels .......59¢ 


The Mechs Co. Towels BA Fi. W ashtngecn, 
frd Fi, Silver Spring and P ARKingten 


Hern See More Connon Savings News on Fogo B1I 


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AREA-NE-W.5---. 


Diary = 
Times Herald | 
By OBITUARIES 


Jerry i 
Kluttz 


: 
: Post Office Testing | 


’ 


Devices to Speed | . | no. os : ter a pie 
\ Automation “Program Arlington 1 ne ” ee — ; City Heads 
a Not to Ask 


THE AGE of automation is 
Vetoing of 


SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 195 


about to be felt at the Post . . 

Office Department which is | J ae 

planning to mechanize more of O O1n In <i Es Be ¥ 

its far-flung operations. | spi apa aaa an 
Many scientists are convinced | 4 Bs : , 7 


that numerous mass postal op- Discussions 


erations, now handled by hand, 


can be done more efficiently ; | 7 E @ ‘ : ‘ . tid ; | : ; 
The Of Sales Tax 4 pe Police Bill 


The City Post Office here is 
being used as an experimental! 
station for several of the new e . 

» Measure Awaiting 


and fantastic gadgets. | N , Virgin 
A machine that ‘aces and can. Northern Virginia 


cels mail automatically, named . : - ee . 
> Siessthes” bes been i Governing Bodies Signature; Funds 


operation here. Plan Conference rs 
Also a high-speed canceling O j ‘nt Probl ‘ Will Be Sought in 
machine which has been de- n Join ropiems 7 a aie : 
signed to go along with “Fast- | | “ | | Congre ss Late r On 
| : | | By John Lindsay 
| er 


handle letters at arate of 900.|, The Arlington County 
minute, or twice as fast as other Board agreed yesterday to Stat Rey 
equipment participate in a regional con-| | | | | The District Commission- 
4 — wag Fg ee nae ©x- ference with the other gov- ——- | yA ‘ers will not seek a veto of a 
pects to have ast-Macs” in| ning bodies in Northern “a z , bill to raise the strength of 
we “a the Metropolitan Police De- 


its largest post offices for full- ~’ 
scale testing. Meantime, the ma- Virginia to discuss a sales 
eet ‘partment to 2500 men, but 


chines are being further de- tax ee 
veloped and impreved. A “Fast The meeting, to be set during o* 3 | 
Mac” is expected to cost be-. oS seeded ee 7 lS er se a Fi By | 
tween $40.000 and $50,000 and ‘Me next few weeks, will be the) . SP itt a : : | a : finance the move at budgét 
to save $50,000 annually in first time in history all of the Ba : | * hearings this week on Capitol 
lab.. costs Northern Virginia governing i Sa | ; Hill. 
5 ogee ella agp gm og ee bodies have attempted to iron | a | Commissioner Robert E. Me 
an electronic eye which has ...4 sae neni ' ds” | ” | 
out tax problems affecting them Laughlin said yesterday th 
been : icking out | hated ante: pan hie, said yesterday e 
iilteh cad tweed Petters ad. 0M a regional basis ) By Arthur Bilis. Stall Photographer Commissioners would ask Con 
dressed to this city. Besides Arlington’s. the, Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt responds to cheers during yesterday's Stevenson rally here. | Mrs. Howland Sargeant (Myrna Loy) praises Adiai’s “humility.” gress for the necessary $1,065. 
° . — ~ — - —_—__—-_—_—— © S : o > ’ ) 
The department ordered an- Soards of supervisors of Fair . - nga | 000 to finance the first year of 
3 the increase in a supplemental 


ether year’s research on the fax, Loudoun, and Prince Wil- : - . 
Bakery Truck eee Lane Cautions |Tequest later on 


they will not ask for funds to 


Pa 


oni? 
s 


machine in the hope to get it to jiam counties and the city coun 

“read and sort 15 or 20 dif i] of A] os : Fr 1? ‘T*) sti? 

ferent addresses and also to **” , yar won Soe rhe bill, passed by the House 
test its usefulness in sorting ‘ hurch and their advisers have Careens Over 
outgoing mail. been invited to the discussion 

Parcel post will be introduced The conference was called by 
to mechanization later this year. the Northern Virginia Region- Seven | awns 
The department p'ans to install 2! Planning and Economic De ‘ 
two machines, one Critish and velopment ( OmmMission as a . es a ; ; % ipected to cost $4 5 million in 
one American, for sorting pack- ar oe 7“. ye affair study! Bouncing Vehicle : ‘int , | Says Groom Group [the next four years 
aces. Oi ce "a S LisCa aiiairs y > m Fy | 1] } . ssevt 

(thom , < . unas Wi rf sougnt in @ 

The British have proved the L. L. Ecker-Racz, economic Overturns on , of Should Listen, Not ‘supplemental measure which 

success of the machine, which | ©*Pett on the commission, said Klingle Rd. N.W Ag es, . Be = Ps Cc > also will include addit 

np ; the local authorities will at- Mngie Nd. iN. WwW. i So. I eee ‘ ai Pg i omment on Plans also will Include agditional cap» 
fs in operation in several of . authorities will at s oF 4 | Ca | ‘ital outlay requests for fiscal 
: : es tempt to find acommon agree- 3 % aes se .: pr Go. Hoe = ; : ee a i ag ‘ “ . esis oO isc? 
their whe post = Incom ment on whether or not they, “4 careening bakery truck 7 gerne Shawn: SE eae +d ; m By Robert C. Albrook aes me building sources 
ing packager are pul on a con want a sales tax. an _ aroused residents at 4:15 yes-| ‘ be ee : : Stafl Reporter indicated yesterday that the 
veyor, an operator reads the , and if so, the | | ° i es | total supplemental request may 

5 ‘ < . ie ‘ P 7 - P5i2z- : a ” : ras ‘ : : = on - ‘ Lai ~ } pit Titd . < 
addresses and routes them to “oo ™ pee ve tax o _ terday morning on Klingle rd.| «it : os Fe ’ one job ~ the Groom Com- exceed $10 million 
their correct locations. The), . 4. Lap oe pny : ee nw. | gag Oe we, a le o> Men ?r- + mage IM sappy S| Hearings on the House— 

. i ‘ . . : ; ES <a i Le eR. PS 0) RG i ne . =A = 

American machine, a push-but cus 4. so be 6s) Police said the truck, belong- é PS Mae GS tte oe it ¥ his ~ Benge 2 ae ahead — passed $179.7 million District 

H<ce , a ae ee be R ‘“ 3 at i nk 
ton affair, operates on the same “Th ault eu ‘ ing to Ottenberg’s Bakery, was VS ‘ Peg: by. . 4 ~~. Ww hat it thinks of | budget will be held Wednesday 
general principle. It may be in-| - 1 “ = we Tage od leaving Rock Creek Park when, a Ort snag oll ~~ $ in District) and Thursday at 10 a. m. before 
stalled in the Baltimore post e will De presented to rOv-'the driver apparently lost con-| Ee oe zoning jaws, Engineer Commis-|the Senate Appropriations Sub 
office. ernor Stanley’s Special Com-'trol at Klingle and Adams Mill; . | ‘ ieee eet serge . homas A. Lane said committee 

SSi I : ail x , P : . Sos . se ae sess E S rt. , 

& study is being made of the | — on Rev nue and Ex-irds. nw. | 2 ig OT: aan eee =| St night McLaughlin said the Come 
mechanization of bulk mail and penditures when it begins The bouncing truck awoke) aii. ; Sb iat Oke = | Leaders of the 63-man ad- missioners would press for res- 
a machine to do the job is being wer oe this summer residents in the area as it) OF Pe visory group have been divided toration of money slashed from 
Seer ene a Ashton C. Jones dJr., local|skidded uphill across seven — y ' ak aan over how to present the pro-'the original request of $183 mil- 

pea. member of the commision, said % - settee osed changes ‘ o ublic _ mM a 
P Office h hree ; OO ao etae post ange a ] public lion by economy-minded House 
— a a he aa i. the state group will mect also ‘ 4 ~ mectings the last two weeks members 
eontract wil e National BbU- within the next few weeks to 7 : ) i , . 7 
tn raffic Box Score is ji 2 i | . : in June. He declined to say 
reau of Standards, the Govern- se; up the agenda for the sum ff ee “s a? T} owen eet : ret how much 
ment’s top scientific agency, to mer. It is expected to report On Area Fatalities ie Ta ies i a ' ch inges a being " | ~ 3 om - ssioners wW . id 
‘ 7 orked up by Harol seek or for what purpose. How- 
study mec hanization of its OPp- its findings to the Governor Deaths Deaths Total : P ; Lew Now Yy a . ss d M evel District hb ldine - 
erations. T,x,e Bureau has been bh: Septem! Through Threugh Deaths as wis, VOW FOrK zoning con Po teagp~ ee Ubaing sources 
x September I Aor 28 Apr 28 1955 ‘ aid the Senat . 
. D ae : sultant, under a contract with 54'4 the Senate may be asked 
nore than $2 mil- 


successful in applyirg automa-|; The recommendations of the a a Cae —— 
tion to numerous mass paper-'state-wide group will probably Over at the Kefauver camp, workers were the primary vote. Shown here are Mrs. Felix or porns ow» te oe, ~ 
sory committee, eade yy 


work operations be acted wu! ring speciz usy ringing Democratic phones / ' - 7 , 
p e acted upo. during a special District busy ging p s to get out A. Winston = Humphrey Johnson. 'Thomas J. Groom. President rhe pending budget hearings 


ong-ran roject is the session of the legislature the ninee a 
A long-range proj . Ss! Falls Church of the Bank of Commerce, was ™4Y produce another clash be- 


development of a machine to Covernor is expected to call 4 Ree Seaetieemi 
o ” , ' : «~ Fairfax B hi] be named, Lane said, to advise ‘ween school authorities, seek- 
and to sort out hand- this year or earl in 1957 I m ne - O08 meen 
read ae. S Montgomery oard le rs the Commissioners consult 1g 180 additional elementary 


~ By pet OFFICIAL REPUBLICAN BALLOT 
written addresses. About 31 per Ecker-Racz said Sn, Geertes with Lewis, hold public hear-|SChool teachers, and the Dis- 


cent of all letter mail is hand-| The county board in other ac- ° ings and kee tize trict Commissioners, |who tend 
written and every piece has to tions scheduled a public meet 39 Join formed a a CHZEnS Uhl. , sunt ae Of Si ees ~ all 
: ; . ‘ iif ; ITrogress uf Ui I ine €-Z : > 
be read several times by postal ing with a school board for Mon Area Total Election, May 1, 1956 “ete ah} ; ye j<| total “of 195 ‘tions PPSOVS 
workers. day at & p. m. to discuss a pro . Bini Bea Ri > in in a foes me iv Cae 7 ~ The House dire thy » he wever 
: . 7 , nosed <¢ hool construction bond : C f _ f ‘ Ae iili : ai’ Siaeze, SUD . ‘ , CL ©, } : - 
Officials foresee a semi-auto i an front lawns smashed stone Ll LZeTLS or committees of the Gioom Com carried the proviso that 50 of 
matic process in which an op- issue and set up a priority sys steps and iron railings in front mittee have already tak its recommended total be trans- 
' would read the address, tem for other capital improve- ey 8 _- . mt : Stree, KCN |. ee 
ory butt 4 nd the ma hine ments in the county of 2016 and 2018 Klingle rd., usen 10wer sharp exception to some of ‘¢rred trom present positions 
pusn a DULLON, a Cc e . S tt aA ‘ ; . , wig? . in junior and an 
would put the letter in its cor-| ‘ hairman of the board Wes- — a ee used erenctones REPUBLICAN BALLOT ae Ra pn , , schools ; senior high 
: < » ic ley Cooper told the board mem- °'. © * , . soning ane *™" —— 
rect bin. Ancther — wor, , A aie he ll in mind that “there Driver of the truck, police Mark a cross (X) on the square to the left of the name of each candidate for whom yeu on the program “Report to the John B. Gillilland, president 
Paget — ars ma vhich ‘. is no need in Arlington County said, was James S. Young, 29, wh 19 vate | Edward Burling Jr. chair- People,” broadcast by radio f the District Congress of Par- 
ee ee Sere Sn | eke a « uae , Of 3423 16th st. nw., an em- it you make @ mist marking, OO NOT ERASE ASK FOR A NEW BALLOT man of the District Citizens for station WWDC, asked him how ©"'S and Teachers, said yester- 
¢urn could be read and the let- greater than a need for a new... ' bce eee tye - 
ll ''ploye of the bakery. He was iE i , the first public hearings on the @4Y '"%4t more than 50 P-TA 
ter sorted by an electronic eve courthouse VN ce cannot allow +} 2 - a 7” ‘ | E I 5 e n h OW e r Committee, re- : P : “ re resent tin ' — ais 
Finally a metallic substance this building to stand much cnerge ste a k an FOR NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN FOR MEMBERS, STATA COMMITTES leased yesterday the names of aesaal revision would be con Lé tif ey eo . po —— 4. 
’ ' = unreasona e spee oung Vere far net mere thee OnE [! v ‘ . , elites St “a ucted LOSI y iavor o tne 0 aad- 
; % " Or with: 4 . ote fer wat mere then TWENTY FIVE (29) : - ; 
might be used on song 04 to a Se ut its being CON-\.,iq another vehicle forced ee ~ . i persons who will work jie «aid the proposed new ditional teache: 
make easier the sorting job ol gy EE Ae PR him off the road. * pwede! (2) Mrs Montgomery (Virgema M ) Blow ~ sy Rag board of direc-|, ning maps and regulations He said that estimated school 
e. é structe ounty : . Moos Kathryn E Bower rs_o e Co ; » ; _ 2 oem - nts a] - 
an electronic eye Aiea Oe eee dee a  beesger sede ers et eee mmittee for the wil) phe ready for public dis enrolime nts next fall, larger 
M. W. Banton, Post Office's "*"* ~ FOR NATIONAL COMMITTEEWOMAN ac Ge Eat ge Burling - headed t! tribution by May 10. These will | )°™ than when projected last 
‘ g. o headed the com. he presented at the June hear- year, make even greater de- 


chief industrial engineer, has in- meet with the National Capital Kindergarten Wate for ast mare than O08 “ | mitt 1952 : 
san § mittee in 1992, said the crusade jno< by the Groom Committee mands for the full number of 


formed Congress it would take Park and Planning Commission | 

; » the way for the ccunty’s . . ‘ Be an ee a _ mm ‘of 1952 cont hare re 
from 5 to 10 years to fully per- to pave t ~#nee 'of 1952 continues today. ; ae a + mam gee teachers requested 
Regist ation Set | This is the ballot put out by primary candidate Geo Lamb | <hose on the board are: should : a i Gale th st mo \ drive Thursday. by | the 
| apy YP 7 rge ha Mrs. Ralph. Becker, Mrs. Ed- ne eee a | student council of Woodrow 


Ad : and Senate, now awaits the 
id ( vVisers on ‘Presidential signature. If en- 


acted, it would require a start 


' 
Zone Changes On recruitment of an additional 
4 | wen 


250 nn The program is @X-« 


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fect most automatic equipment. P4'ticipation in Federal aid to 
acquire stream valleys for 
After that he guessed it would j ~ lot : ) . should make hs 
take some time to pay off the regional parks Parents who plan to enter) Which the District Board of Elections ruled “improper” (win Bell, Mrs. Charles C. Bene —_ Ne “ oe ae ge Wilson High School gathered 
. = . » . ° “ca = kee " : . . P mF . ” | - . 9 as 1 enapndie e 1 ,lie ». mi : ! 
investment. But once paid, he| Board oe mber George M. their children in kindergarten because of the printing “Official Republican Ballot. | dict, Samuel Biddle, Mrs, Mont-| nderctand the Bowe ye 7000 names for petitions pro- 
said, the savings would be very Rowzee stated it may be pos- at Chevy Chase elementary) - salto -———jgomery Blair; Mrs. C. E.|,-chiems involved Th ., vesting the House-proposed cut 
substantial. sible under the Capper-Cramp- school next fall have been asked |Bowers, Fontaine C. Bradley aie hould poe \ © contin the number of teachers 
" ‘ ad , . t« “ao? . ’ i . . ° ‘ : *? } ce < ou not ma <<. uD its } 
He said the department has on Act fot ine capa 6 ger | to obtain medical forms from Rapid Growth Seen i¢ _K. Brown, James A. Cobb. own mind until it hears pe McLaughlin said yesterday it 
Federal money for parks al-'the school’s pre-school confer- | Miss Mary Craven, Mrs. Rich- T ~ . tion ¢ th , i h appeared unlikely the Commis- 
. hs ’ ; "acrid if ; at : : A b 
lard B. Cross, Fred L. Dixon, ., ' e plans, AC sioners would back the request 


rer $2 million on con- , 
spent ov $ ready purchased by the county. ence committee and make ap- d 
iMrs Ww EF D » ay . Sai e — " 
‘ . ‘ 4 u le « -€ i 8 Le; h ‘Ts 
nkle, John Eakin, Lane lauded the group for ae As ' ' t- schoal 
Owever, a meeting of scnoo 


veying equipment, lift trucks ,. °°". oe ee . . + 1d : 

Bnd mechanical equipment, in|The county also wishes to ac: pointments for an interview. ee see 
which it figures to get a full)*) — . ne : , ' | Ss e oseph Fairbanks. » hare oe? Staaee bhewe ans 

, Py restment in one parks. gin with the letters A through ( ® aiiiver ari | Also Mrs. Arthur A. Fowler, ne nal work ry, have ose authorities and the Commis 
return on its inves I iberg al as told |G eall Mrs. P a , i ’ Pributed and added: “I am sure 

undberg also was told to re- G, call Mrs. P. R. Porter, OLiver ‘Maurice Friedman, Philip A that they will do an excellent|  omers is 5% heduled for Mon- 

iGuarino, Mrs. Alfred Gold- ;, , “ shad a or feta day in an effort to work out 


vos. at the board’s next meet- 40561; H through O, call M *y°,.°* 
Banton. lauded The Hague, |Port at the board's next mec 31; H_ through O, call Mrs. Of N | f F | . ag? yap Pt Pn 
» gaia | Ng possible ways to finance Homer Smith, OLiver 6-5550, | stein, Ms. B. Lowndes Jackson we ~—_" dor. some compromise 
Holland, post office. eration tWice weekly garbage collec- and P through Z, call Mrs. Mal- cet Or CCULLLLES Jr., Morris Kanfer, Mrs. Harold /ConcePt zoning to the peo | 
for about two hours in the busy (toms during the summer. Lund-|colm Stevenson, OLiver 2-0144. N. Marsh, Richard Marsh, Roy|’...... »..a° LQ is Pi 
nes “rl berg estimated the first summer!’ Pre-school registration con-; ANNAPOLIS, Md., April 28 dollars ove : ' Millens Mr [oe acy.{months ahead ( | | | M . | , . 
part of an evening's run of : ) g p r the next 10 years enson, Mrs. J, Noel Macy, Ma edicine 
mail and there was no confu- stepped up collection would/ferences will be held Tuesday ‘?—Maryland planners’ were'to get schools and other facili-: Miss Nell MacCracken, J. Bern- 
sion on the flor, there was no cost $123,500. No money for such from 9 to 11:30 a. m. and 12:30 told today that providing com-|ties built. lard McDonnell, Robert E. Me Mad Extends Date Is Panel To IC 
one carrying mail on his arm as collections are included in the to 2:30 p. m. Birth certificates|munity facilities for an e€Xx-| Jerome Packard of the Laughlin, Gerson Nordlinger'.. 7 : | 
we do here, or pushing carts or current Or proposed 1956-57 and immunizatiorf records must plosive population growth is|\Washington Board of Trade: For 7 ruck Plates | Biediaas atvanede os 
boxes around. Every piece of | 2¥d8et. ‘be presented when registering.|“possibly the greatest domestic|called the population shift to| Also, Barrington D. Parker,, BALTIMORE, April 28 |). ical advances which save 
mail was handled from one op-, ———-———____ —_ a __|problem we will face in the the suburbs “An urban explo-|Mrs. Neill Phillips, Mrs. Sid- Metor Vehicles Commissioner children’s lives will be the sub 
eration to another by mechan- wee watt ; sion with our cities turning! Dy etn: te Phe Reath Frank Small Jr. announced to-|Ject of one of the morning 
1 means.” , Maryland's steadily climbing| themselves inside out.” It has|Riggs, Jes Se aikjer, Leo day that the expiration date' panels at the a: 
! thinks we can do as we}! anks Grow Thinner population will boom upward/created new demands on the|Schlosberg, Col. Horace B. of 1955-56 license plates for welfare and Aran 3 me 
and probably better, since The by 1% million persons — an use of land, he told planning | Smith, (ret), Samuel Spencer, commercial vehicles and deal- ... Fri; ve : . ; OBECE* 
Hague set-up was copied from increase of nearly 50 per cent officials. James G. Tyson and Wesley ers has been extended until + oe Eset May 11, at the 
—in the next 20 years, Ralph! Pickard said the population Williams. midnight, Fridays May 4. | Panel members wil be Dr. 


. 
one in Zurich, Switzerland. The 4} | - h .s 1) H 
c col ap ers Ine ere J. Johnson of the National As- density in Washington suburbs itdiesiciajlionnmassae} aime 0 Waitin diene an ws 
| | National Institute of Mental 


Dutch, however, have little par- . 
cel post and have not mechan. sociation of Home Builders per square mile is only about 

ssonity development tena tt is in the District Children Dead | Health; Dr. William F. Burdick, 
. chief of staff at Children’s Hos- 


ized that operation. ; | 7 F . ° 
Assistant Postmaster Genera | M LT, ~ B thd munity development ‘itself. He said 83.000 home 

O c c Ol se S ir ay He said communities — al-| have been built in the District’s| | pital, and Dr. Allan B. Coleman, 

of the Washington 


Norman Abrams told Congress 
ready lagging in facilities for suburbs since the 1950 census. ; rosea 


that they hadn't gone far. 
enough with automation {0/ 4 vanishing breed of menj}ventions of all time in the field|present populations—will have’ The 64 planning and zoni M th f kK y ~ | Metro yolitan Area Poison C 
bring it forcibly to the atten- gathered last night to honor of communication.” only 10 years to get the neces-| officials sce eta Br “ton O ers 0 re ictims tro] ontae at Children's ae 
tion of the postal employe OF ithe memory of the father of} But the words of old teleg-|Sary schools, hospitals, water state also heard talks on com-| | pital 
penenaniens. fs all “brass pounders”—Samuel |raphers tell a story beyond the|and sewer and other facilities’ munity structure by Max, | "The ether twe mesaiad aul 
“{ might add,” Abrams said, - 3. Morse. power of a proclamation. built to take care of this extra) Wehrly of the Urban Land = Thank Many Benefactor ~ |sions will-be concerned with 
“that our automation program: And the happiness that wells; “I love the code. I'll always growth, ‘stitute, water resources by Dr. , s “Juvenile Decency” and “A 
will in no way, in my judgment,'when old friends meet was ilove it. Of course machines are| “After that time, when these| Joseph Singewald Jr., director 7 Happy Family in Every Home." 
affect the og ag Bryer mixed with the sadness of know-'taking over now, but there are| war babies have grown up,'of the Maryland Department}- Mary P. Saunders, 24-year-old)workers and social aides of Marshall Field, president of the 
eitotten se — a ket that the past can Bever:still seme .plaresohere tho-masried,. farmed. . Sheir.... OAPOL Geology,,..mines and, water! mather of, three children who|Barney.. Neighborhood House. Child Welfare League of Amer- 
any au really be recaptured knowledge and responsiveness|families and begin to need new resources and on waste disposal'were burned fatally with five|470 N st. sw., more than $700 eer speak. 2b. the duncheos 
future will te in taking up the) fore than 100 members and of an operator is needed. N st. | an 3/00 session. The conference will be 


: housing we shall be faced with! by W. MacLean Bingley of the others belonging to her sister,|was collected, beside pi > ater . 
slack in temporary employes | cuest: of the Washington Chap-| “There aren’t many of us/a requirement for the greatest|\ Maryland Department , Desides furniture snonsored by United Commu- 


Ma : of'Dorothy Parker, April 20, ex-\and clothing. A for Saun- 
and normal attrition. ter of the Morse Telegraph working . .. maybe 50 in town/expansion in our housing we} Health. ipressed thanks croc toiders child, Mase. * sce Apne ay Serve 
The research and develop-'Club of America, Inc., held’. . . some im, stock brokers|have ever witnessed,” he said.| Harry A. Boswell Jr., chair-| neighbors and others who aided|the sole survivor of the blaze 
ment program’s first consid-\their 8th annual banquet at offices, some with the railroads. | ; — 


| “Unless we do something)man of the Maryland Confer- them in their bereav n which wrecke ‘ters*share : > : 
eration is the man, what effect the Elks Club to celebrate the Thirty years ago there were | seh easigergon jean Wleenee Gpertere snared Arlington I lanning 


about this situation now, wejence on Community Develop-| Mrs. Saunders, who spoke/by the sisters at 1316 Uni 
it will have on him, on his se- 165th anniversary of the tele- more than 2000 operators in/shall be , 5 : : 16 Union st. 
eurity, on his health, fatigue Or graph inventor's birth. Washington. down when that time comes.” sions. 


completely bogged|ment, presided over the ses-\also for her older sister—still'sw. The child stilt is on the Municipal Reception 
: re . |}under care for shock occasioned critical list in Children’s Hospi- 
whatever, he said. | As they dined, the insistent) “In the old days,” chuckled) Johnson said as populations) ‘by the tragedy—said they did|ta.. ewe Arlington citizens will learn 
clicking of a brass sounder in R. H. Outlaw, 64, of 208 Massa-| spill from the cities into sub- Seah Acende ' not know many of their bene-| The victims were Dorothy|about the operation of their 
Today’s Chuckle ‘the code which bears the in-/chusetts ave, ne., “a telegraph-jurbs, building more and more **silel Awards anquet = [factors. \Parker, 4; Patricia Parker, 3;\community at a county governe 
—m Bed sna a |ventor's name, spelled out mes-'er worked his way across the homes, the problem increases. The B’nai B'rith Hillel Foun-| “This message brings sincere|John Parker, 2; Brenda Parker, ment epen house 3 to 5 p. m. 
gain. sages of greeting from many country. Stayed in town a year,) Communities are currently dation of George Washington|thanks to all who have helped|1; Richard Parker, 3 months; Saturday at the Arlington 
us in our loss,” Mrs. Saunders|/Ronald Saunders, 7; Veronica Courthouse. 


His wife met him at the door. banquets being given simulte-|maybe, then moved on. Got to! spending less than half of what! Universi i 
; : a ) : : fsity will hold its annual 
“If you don’t stop this drinking aneously by 37 other chapters know all the folks for miles/they should to keep up with awards banquet at 7:45 tonight|wrote in a note she delivered|Saunders, 6, and Tawanna Saun-| Sponsored: by the Arlington 
their growth, he said and cited at 2129 F st. nw. Rabbi Aaron|at The Washington Post and ders, 3. ‘County Board and the Arling- 


oe poet I'm going to 7 the Nation. around by talking on the wire. 
ve you!” e District "Commissioners; “There are women operators,|Department of Commerce fig-'B. Seidman, director, will} Ti “W ‘ivie F 
“ " ™ . . ’ ‘iB. : : ‘ imes Herald office. “We do ap-| Temporarily housed with an ton Civic Federation,.it will in- 
Promises!” he answered. proclaimed last week “Morse too,” Gutlaw said, pointing to|ures which show that on the'oward scholarships to the. Na-|preciate it more than words can/aunt at 355 L st. sw., the sisters clude tours of the police and 
plan to move Monday into new fire departments, the county 


“That's all 1 ever get... just/ Telegraph Week” in recogni--some in the dining room. “I/national level it will cost’ an|tional B’nai B'rith Hillel Sum-|express.” 
annual average of 20%) billion'mer Institute. With the aid of Red Cross|quarters at Barry Farms. ‘jail and govermental! divisions. 


_ promises!” 3 , tion “ “one of the greatest in-| married one.” 
i ‘ . ' 
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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
B2 Sunday, April 29, 1956 


Area Towns Set Elections 


Voters in Rockville ands 
Berwyn Heights will choose 


town officials this week in elec-| 
tions ending a nearly single- 
slate campaign in one town and 
a wide-dpen battle in the other.) 

Rockyille’s slate of Citizens | 
for Good Government, headed) 
by Mayor Dickran Y. Hov-/ 
sepian, shows little change | 
over the present es 
tion. Besides the Mayor, three 
of the four council candidates 
are incumbents. 

They are Alexander 3 
Greene, John E. Oxley and | 
Zendell R. Turner. Frank A.| 
Ecker fills out the slate. | 

The only opposition has been 
the vigorous attack waged by| 
Lila H. Thomson, an inde-| 
pendent candidate for me 
council. 

Mrs. Thomson, publisher of 
the Rockville Shopper, has said | 
she is seeking election because | 
an unchallenged slate is “un-| 
democratic.” | 

Polis in the three town wards 
will be open from 7 a.m. to 7! 
p.m. Monday. Electors will 
also be asked to vote on a 
$250,000 bond issue for an 


Candidates for five Town Commission 
seats in Berwyn Heights dug in yesterday 
to “prove their interest in the future of 
the town” by clearing brush from a l-acre 
tract set aside by the town for a park site. 


By Henry Rohland, Staff Photoerapher 


From left to right are Edward Lucic, whe 
issued the clean-up challenge; Dr. John 
Wintermoyer, Roscoe Dwiggins, Vaughn 
McQueen, James Ridgway, Anthony Me- 
Namara, Kenneth Aurich and Gerald Kerr. 


auditorium and civic center. 
in Berwyn Heights, 3 per- 
sons are competing for five 
seats on the Town Commission 
Voting will be Tuesday from 2 
to 8 p.m. in the Town Service 
Building, 8601 57th ave. 

Four of the 13 are incum- 
bents. George C. Hudgins, 
Edward Lucic, James E. Ridg 
way and John P. Wintermover.| Nathalie 

The others are Kenneth F.95 who gave 
Aurich, Roscoe D. Dwiggins, yon Ilich Tchaikov- 


nel 
William L. Hannum, Gerald s)he uncle 


- 


Kerr, Philli J. 
Anthony J. McNamara, Vaughn | 1930s, died Fri- 
5. McQueen, H. Dale Smith day in West 
and Tony C. Tims. Orange, N. J. 
Mme. Rimsky- 
Korsakoff gave 
Report Backs the lectures to 
F various Wash- 
ington women’s 
Deep Channel clubs when she 
lived in Chevy 
Chase with her 
For Potomac daughter and 
aera Mr. Mme. Korsakoff 
- Substantial economic justifi-' Mishtowt, ee now live at 3029 
cation exists for dredging a Rodman st. nw. 
a channel in the Po-| me. Rimsky-Korsakoff was 
port on the project shows, |als0 a distant cousin of the com. 

Raymond L. Tolbert, chair-| Poser who bears her husband's 
man of the Alexandria Cham- name. Her husband, Nicholas 
ber of Commerce port develop-| Rimsky- Korsakoff, was an ad 
Congresammen eit i aciceitia| miral in the Imperial Russia 
support legislation authorizing Navy who once commanded the 
the river project. Stantart, yacht of Emperor 
a andl ee oon was fi-| Nicholas II. He died in 1907 as 

ance 1e Vashington . 

Boarg of Trade. the pe mr naval vice-secretary. 
Chamber and the Alexandria) S®® Was born during the 
City Council. Tolbert said he |*t!8" of Alexander IT and grew 
was aided in preparing the re-|"? on her fathers large estate 
ort by Brig. Gen. Charles 7 |"¢#? Kiev in the Ukraine. 5um- 
Roy ce. a retired Army officer. ;mer days spent there and win 

Tolbert said a briefing on the (ters in St. Petersburg were the 
report will be given Wednes-| subject of her lectures. 
day in the Washington office of| She also spoke of the fact 
Sen. Harry F. Byrd (D-Va,),|that her Uncle Petr was to have 
Expected to attend, in addition dined at her home on the day 
to Byrd, are Sen. Willis Robert-| he fell ill. Her mtoher, Alexan- 
son (D-Va.), Rep. Joel T. Broy-|dra, was his only sister. She 
hill (R-Va.), and officials of/told her audiences of Tchaikov- 
Alexandria and the two spon-|Sky’s patience when he taught 
soring trade groups. |her music. 

The report estimates the| Her father, Leo Davidoff, was 
cost of deepening the channel born in Siberia after his father 
to 36 feet and widening it to was sent there for his part in 
300 at $8 million. Amortized'an 1825 rebellion. She herself 
over a 50-year period, with an- had to hide in a nun’s retreat 
nual maintenance costs added, when the family lands were 
the project would cost $350,000 confiscated and she was con- 
@ year and would bring annual demned to death. 
benefits estimated to be at, Mme. Rimsky-Korsakoff came 
least $800,000. ‘to Washington from Russia in 


Mme. Rimsky-Korsakoff; 
Niece of Tchaikovsky 


Rimsky - Korsakoff,,1923 with her son Viadimir, | 
lectures about who 


LaMacchia. Sky, when she lived here in the/|tories in Long Island. 


’ 
' 


| Pa 
“more 


C.S. Lobingier 
Dead at 89; 
Noted Jurist 


Charlies Sumner Lobingier, 
the Brookhaven Atomic Labora. 89, international and compara 
itive jurist, legal educator and 
author, died of cancer yester- 
Her grandes, Dr. George day at Washington Sanitarium.| 
‘Mishtowt, is medical attache of He had been a professor of 
the American Embassy in Bagh-\jaw at the old National Uni- 
dad, Iraq. Another grandson, versity for 13 years, 1926 to 
Lt. Col. Basil Mishtowt, is sta-|1939. His last Washington resi- 
, ro idence was 2002 P st. nw., but 
— pee aa. Raggi eur. he had been a legal resident of 
vives 8 al Nebraska, his native state, since 
Mme. Rimsky-Korsakoff will) sere. 
be buried Monday at the Rus-| Judge Lobingier sat on the 
sian Convent Novo Divievo, meee of the Court of the First 
near Nyack, N. Y. nstance in the Philippine Is- 
lands for the 10 years before 
World War I. 
Bertha H. Stewart He then became the first judge 


Bertha Holt Stewart. 93. who *° Serve 4 full term in the Unit- 


, ed States Court for China, 1914 
had lived at 1703 Highland dr., ‘to 1924. None of his decisions 


Silver Spring, for 65 years, during that term were reversed.| 
died Friday of a heart ailment! While he was a special as 
at a nursing home where she sistant to the United States At- 
torney General, he drafted com- 
mercial legislation for Cuba in 
1925. 

He retired as a Securities 


is now a librarian with| 


had been for the past five 
years. 
Mrs. Stewart retired some 


Leilia La Varre- 
Mother = | 
Of Explorer 


S, A. Palmer. 
Attorney for 
WPB, Dead 


Samuel A. Palmer, 63, former 


Dies at Fs 
Site 
top War Production Board at- 


Private funeral services in 
torney, died Friday at Mt. Alto! Richmond. Va. are planned for 


Hospital. He had heart trouble. Leilia La Varre, 84. mother of 


He lived at 911 S, Washing-\4» explorer, a movie producer 
ton st. Alexandria, with hisjand an actor. ,. 
wife. the former Helen Swisher|S he died 


of Charleston, W. Va.., who sur- ry rsday in 
' | Stamford, 
vives him. 


Conn. 
Mr. Palmer came to Wash- 


She raised 
ington in 1935 as a corporation|her family in 


lawyer with the Federal Trade|W 4 5 h ing- 
Cc ssion. When World War| ton, New York 
vommis: : and Richmond 
It came, he transferred to the) por eon Will- 
War Production Board. jiam, now a res, 
Mr. Palimer’s job there, as|ident of New 4, 
York, was chief ~ ~— 
Deputy Director of the Cotton) by R bli 
Textile Division of the Textile,}°f the American Republics Di 
Clothing and Leather Bureau, ‘vision of the Department of 
was to draft regulations con-/Commerce in the early 1940s 
trolling the production and dis-|A5 4 young man, he prospected | 
tribution of textile products. ‘|for gold, diamonds, oil and min- 
He won the Croix de Guer 


re erals in South America. His. 
as an Artillery officer with the). book, “Gold, Diampnds and 
9d Division in World War I. Orchids” describes the search. | 
and held the Silver Star. | Her son Franklin lives in 

A graduate of the University) Austria. Under the name Andre 
of Virginia Law School, heide La Varre, he produces 
practiced law in Charleston as travelogues. 

a financial adviser to Stanjard| A third son, Myrtland, of Los 
and Poor's, a business statistics Angeles. acts in the movies 
firm. \under the name John Merton 

He retired from a high post Another son, Claude. re. 
with the National Production | presents the Singer Sewing 
ew in .952 because Of\\anhine (Co. in Columbia. 
LuLNess. ‘South America. 

Besides his wife, he is sur- < Was _— wre LaY 
vived by a son, Samuel Jr., of a ee ee 7 on i 
the town of Fairfax; a daugh- rae a “Stes¥ ~ p 1e Vur Fiag 
ter, Edith Dodge, Paris, France; Chapter, DA he was also 
and two brothers. Melvin H active in other civic and pa 
Palmer, of North Carolina, and triotic organizations. A gradu 
Keppel Faulkner, of Warren- #*€ of a finishing school in her 
ton, N C., his native city. native Richmond. she once 

Funeral services will be held ‘4Ught school there. 

Monday at 10 a. m. at the De-| She was the daughter of the | 
maine funeral home, 520 S. late William Boyce Haynes and | 
Washington st. Alexandria.| Adelaide Goddin Haynes. | 
Burial will be in Petersburg,’ She had been staying ir 
Va. ‘Stamford with daughter, 
Lucille Wallace. 

| Besides her children, she is 
survived by a sister, Elizabeth 
ficer in 1946. Then 80. he was Flanagan of 6784 Little Falls 
sent to Korea where he wrote 4. Arlington, and a brother | 
the codification of law for the Howard “my Haynes of | 
United States Military Govern Washington, Va. 

ment in Korea. 

His many books included 
“The Peoples Law,” 1910; “Evo 
lution of Roman Law,” 1928; 0 ‘ ° 
and “The Ancient and Accepted On ~» D. os. Bills 
Scottish Rite,” 1932. 

His wife, the former Ellen A House-passed measure lib- 
| Muaker of Hillsdale, Mich., died eralizing retirement benefits for 
af niece, Evelyn G. Lobingier. District Tax Court Judge Jo V 
of 1717 Columbia road nw., and Morgan will receive a hearing 
another niece and two nephews before the Senate District Ju- 
survive, diciary Subcommittee at 10 a. m 


LaVarre 


and Exchange Commission of 


Hearings Slated 


time ago from a clerical job at 
the United States Chamber of 
Commerce at the age of 8&0 
She had held the position for 


15 years. | 
A native of Germantown, side 
aftern: »0Nn om 


, she later moved to band £22 
where her husband, Y 
George C., who died in 1911, 
commuted to Washington far. 
his job as an attorney at the thunderst .-_ 
old Bureau of Pensions. ~Conaiderabie eloudt- 
She is survived by a son, Don- + 
ald Holt Stewart, of Rochester, aes 
VN. Y.: a daughter, Mrs. Clif-. | mik 
ford E. Waller of 1707 High. Visibility: Ge See year ago—High 69 
land dr., four grandchildren 4 &. 
and six great-grandchildren 
Mrs. Stewart attended Sandy Temperatures and Rain for 24 H 
Spring, Md., meeting of the So- 
ciety of Friends at whose ceme- 
tery she will be buried Tues- 
day after funeral services at 3 
m. at the Warner E. 
phrey Funeral Home, 
Georgia ave., Silver Spring. 


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evening showers the f 
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turday’s relative 
per cent at 
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WHERE AND HOW 
for Washington Voters 


On Monday, April 30th, your 
Washington Post and Times 
Herald will publish a map of 
voting precincts. It will show 
Republicans and Democrats 


where they go to vote. 


On Tuesday, May Ist, there 


will be much more news for 


voters. 


Watch for these special services to District voters in 


The Washington Post and Times Herald 


for home delivery, phone RE. 7-1234 


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National Weather Summary “* 


A Message for Every Family 
That Would Prefer A 
Distinguished Gawler Funeral 


We wish to reassure every family who might 


because of price consideration. 
. considerate, sympathetic, 


Many families of modest income turn to us 
for Washington's most distinguished funeral 
service, secure in the knowledge that price alone 
is not a criterion of Gawler service. 


We invite you to study the chart below as 
proof that the Gawler tradition of a distinguished 
. +. regardless of price . 


co PPPS > Are 


Tuesday 
| The bill is 


( ommiss 


opposed by the Dis 
on the 
; it would afford Morgan 
z hebes sn than those gov- 
other municipal court 
judge It would permit him to 
retire about two years hence at 
an annual pension of $5833. 
The Subcommittee, under 
Sen. Wayne Morse (D-Ore.), will 
also give a public hearing to 
es two other local bills. One would 
admit as evidence, without testi- 
ses Si mony by a pathologist, a rec- 
Me”) 'ognized test determining if a 
tps motorist is drunk. The second 
would lift a restriction barring 
the Washington Hebrew Con- 
gregation from using a piece of 
its property on Alabama ave 
ear Congress place, for 
burial purposes 


ioners 


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and ; "10 >. ° 
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Accum nates 
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Deficienc ’ since April 1. 1956 
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degrees ow. 49 degrees 
Moon and “Tides Bu 
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TOWSON, Md., April 28 Fw®— 
“If we can afford two and three 
car families wit-h chromium 
monsters of murdereus 
speed and excessive horsepow 
er,” we can afford to give our 
children a much better educa 
tion than they now receive, a 
Marviand educator said today 

Goucher College President 
Otto F. Kraushaar declared this 
country temporizing with 
“the lives of our sons and daugh- 
ters and with the future of the 
country” as long as it fails to 
provide needed schools and col 
leges and decent salaries for 
iteachers 

“Here indeed lies the true 
iprobiem of national security— 
ifor 1984.” Kraushaar told the 
| pring meeting of the Associa-| 
tion for Higher Education in 
Maryland. 


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The Gawler | 
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‘Lewis Elected Head 
‘Of Artists’ Society 


available to all. 


John Chapman Lewis, Wash- 
ington artist and instructor at 
ithe Corcoran School of Art, was 
lelected president of the Society 
iof Washington Artists last 
week 

Other officers elected include 
Jack Perlmutter, vice president; 
‘Florence Higgs, corresponding 
isecretary: Marjorie Deo, record- 
jing secretary, and Thomas 
Yanosky, treasurer. 


.. i$ a tradition 
tement. 


e Gawler Funerals, ——_ 
less than $700 


In Memoriam 


ATINO, Fowsse. In lo 


.++».less than $400 
.$400 to $700 
ees». 9700 to $999 
.more than $1,000 


ing rer member- | 
n EDWATI 2p) 
who assed away 4 vears ago! 

: . one knows 
No one knows! 


"gales yeu 


JOS 


Telephone: 
COURTESY PAR 


SSS FST 
SONS, INC 
FUNERAL DIRECTORS 
1756 PENNSYLVANIA AVE, N.W. 


AND ike ATINO 


ar ay fONN EE. On his Afth birth-| 
ril 2 1956 


' 
of Service 1 ed in fe, | 
DADDY. SoMMIE BONYA, JACK 


Card of Thanks 


MATTHEW. Deem- 
» thank al. persons 
of expressing my 


EPH CONNER. MICHAEL 
in t jmposselidnie te 


this means 


of my belov 
husband ICHAEL AP THEW co 
Special thanks ‘to Father Con- 
the Holy Name Society and 
Church and his 
lodge. and Puneret 
for efficient serv 
BEREAVED. WIPE AND 8ON. 
wish to express our sincere) 
r relatives 
of con- 
tributes 
wife and 


NA. 8.5512 
KING OPPOSITE 


and beautiful floral 


ef our beloved 
ARET V 


‘Tuesday Is Deadline 
On Virginia Taxes 


'HURD. 
, 


ed 
N- LOBINGIER,. 


Director Oawier' 


Tuesday is the deadline for| 


filing state income and personal 
|property fax returns in Vir- 
| ginia. 

Beginning Wednesday, 10 per 
cent penalties will be imposed 
on persons who have failed to 
make the May 1 deadline. Re-| 
turns should be sent to Com-| 
| missioners of Revenue A. Burke | 
Hertz in Falls Church, George | 
Fisher, Arlington: C. Aubrey 
Callahan, Alexandria, and Su-| 
pervisor of Assessments John) 
W. Férguson in Fairfax County.| 


Payment of both taxes Maust- 


be made by next Dec. 5. 


Dird 


1 nat | , HOWE. On 
1956 AWR zNCS 4 
sieser: "ave 

“He is seevives F 


ALLEN, 
Apr 
of 42 


4 his wife 


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ence locat or 
4 ent to we fone rai bt 


WILLIAM C., Balt 
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CARI SON ge te Pa ADATR On a 
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CARVER, WILLIAM ASHTON 
S&F. on April 28. 195 


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Army Hospital 
CONLON USA 
Lee! n Post 


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FORRESTER., BOSE YATES. On 
1956 ROSE ATES 
FORRESTER 
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inter ment Parklaw 


Ge Priday 


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“MARY | J HAZARI ? 
, beloved the 


HAZARD wart J Apri! 
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— CHARLES PEARL. On 
1956. CHARLES PEARL 
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. Mrs “Rath 


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HOWARD, ANNA MORRISON. On wri-| 
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MOR RISO" HOWARD 
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f 56 Pa. ave. nw our 
opposite). where services 
on Monday. Apri! 
terment Cedar Hil 
ERNEST J 


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Pierce 


Margaret Ol 
are aiso 7 erandehiidren 
rest at | Ww 


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Moyen bap ave. adjacent to the funersai 

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Kehoe Notice of funerai iate 


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beloved husband of the, 


Baturday. Apri! at the Wash- 


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MeC ALL. LUCILLE R On Th ° 
April 26 LUgmLLE Can thee 

CALL. mm. ty a Fior ai ot st a 

wife of the late Wiliiacn Kine McCall 

Friends m call at the Lee esa al 

i and Massachusetts ave. 


M: l 30 » 
ment Atlington National Cemetery 
Monats. a Ec. sk 
pr hag 
4464 North 
RLES 


ufe 
} ,s he residence, 

Glebe riington. V&., 
Be MORRis SR. beloved 


4¢ on MOnRe 
Dp. m@ Interment 

‘Cen netery 
EDWARD MASON Sudden 
: 25. 1956, El yWAR 
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Ma 


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on Monday, 
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Sachs, George 
Esender. Helen V. 
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ocations; $6 00. 


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sites Fest rif. or 
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Funeral Directors 


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FUNERAL HOME 
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EMerson 2-3838 
R. M. Brown Co. 
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ADams 4-1146 
Hechinger Co. 
5925 Georgia Ave., N.W. 
Lincoln 7-9400 
Hamilton Hdwe. 
5201 Georgia Ave., N.W. 
RAndolph 6-3953 
Hilburn Hdwe. 
2104 18th St., N.W. 
COlumbia 5-4276 


Mals Hdwe. 
3430 14th St., N.W. 
TUckerman 2-1122 «= 


Mark’s Lock & Hdwe. 
1327 7th St., N.W. 
HUdson 3-514! 


Northwest W.P. & Paint Co. 


1014 7th St., N.W, 
REpublic 7-0054 


Nye Hdwe. 
1828 Ist St., N.W. 
NOrth 7-7330 


Petworth Hdwe. 
821 Upshur St., N.W. 
TAylor 9-4477 


Pyus Adams Paint Co. 
1119 9th St., N.W, 
ADams 4-8800 


Sherwin-Williams Co. 
1325 14th Se., N.W. 
DEcatur 2-8202 


Schlossberg Hdwe. 
1778 U St., N.W. 
NOrth 7-9118 


Twomey Hdwe. 
1623 17th St., N.W. 
HObart 2-3146 


Bert C. Walker 
3213 Georgia Ave., N.W. 
RAndolph 6-5583 
E. B. Warren 
4710 14th St., N.W. 
TAylor 9-2215 


W. T. Weaver & Sons 
1208 Wisconsin Ave., N.W. 
DUpont 7-1757 


Woodward & Lothrop 
10th & lith-F & G Sts., N.W. 
District 7-5300 . 


Northeast 


Columbia Hdwe. Store 
1240——4th St. N.E. 
Lincoln 4-9462 


Hechinger Co. 
15th & HW Sts., N.E. 
Lincoln 7-9400 ~ 


Fred M. Haas Co. 


2062 Rhode Island Ave., N.E. 
NOrth 7-7306 


A. Schlossberg & Son 
1013 WH Se., N.E. 
Lincoln 4-9407 


Southeast 


E. S$. Burgess and Sons 
234 7th St., $.E. 
Lincoln 3-1164 


Hechinger Co. 
1905 Nichols Ave., 5.E. 
Lincoin 7-9400 


Galliher and Klimkiewicz 
1334 llth Se., $.E. 
Lincoln 6-5500 
Hillcrest Hdwe. 


2810 Alabama Ave., $.£. 
LUdiow 4-1868 


Interstate Auto Supply, Inc. 
Sth St., S.E 


514 9 98. 
Lincoln 3-6800 


Kousen’s Hdwe. 
231 Pennsylvania Ave., $.1. 
Lincoln 4-4008 


Miller's Hdwe. 
. 2502 Nichols Ave., 3.1, 
JOhnson 1-0163 


Southwest 


Michael's Hdwe. 
424 7th St., $.W. 
MEtropolitan 8-1980 


South Capitol Hdwe. 
3917 Sowth Capito! Street 
JOhnson 3-4765 


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Adelphi Hdwe. 
2508 University Lane 
HArrison 2-4000 
Beltsville 
Beltsville Lbr. Co. 
10730 Baltimore Ave. 
WeEbster 5-3103 
Bethesda 


Sherwin-Williams Co. 
7101 Wiscensin Ave. 
OLiver 2-1336 


Strosnider’s Hdwe. 

6904 Arlington 
OLiver 4-5688 
Bladensburg 


Prince George's Hdwe. 
4819 Annapolis Road 
UNien 4-3332 


Brandywine 
John S$. Dyson 
FAirview 2-288) 
Chevy Chase 


Chevy Chase Village Supply 
6509 Brookville Road 
Oliver 4-7281 


Woodward & Lothrop 
Wisconsin & Western Aves. 
o OLiver 4-7600 


Chillum 
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903 Chillum Road 
HArrison 2-3811 
Clinton 


Clyro 79802 


Silver Spring 


Rock Creek Hdwe. & Variety 


8323 Grubb Read 
JUniper 5-3355 


Sherwin-Williams Co. 
8231 Georgie Ave. 
JUniper 9-9400 
Woodmeoor Hdwe. 


10101 Colesville Read 
JUniper 9-8459 


Deale 
Wheeler's Hdwe. 
West River 3351 
Forestville 
Randolph Mitchell 


8401 Marlboro Pike 
REdwood 5-6005 


Gaithersburg 


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1] S. Frederick Ave. 
POplar 2-3525 


Greenbelt 
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GRanite 3-2231 


Hillandale 


Hillandale Hdwe. 
10220 New Hampshire Ave. 
HEmiock 4-8044 
Hyattsville 


All Hdwe. 
5126 Baltimore Ave. 
UNien 4-1144 


Landover Hills 


Bill's Hdwe. 
7431 Annapolis Road 
UNion 4-8846 


Landover Hills Hdwe. 
7029 Annapolis Road 
WaArtfield 7-9322 
Lanham 
Stancliff Hdwe. & Supply Co. 
WaArtield 7-1881 
Leonardtown 
Norris & Norris 
GReenwood 5-5191 


Suitland 


Suitland Hdwe. 


4694 Switiand Road 
JOrdan 8-7575 


Takoma Park 


Center Hdwe. 


6832 New Mampshire Ave. 
JUniper 8-4140 


Waldorf 


J. Ryon & Bros. 
Midway 5-2081 


Wheaton 
Viers Mill Hdwe. 


12218 Viers MIM Road 
WHitehall 6-9020 


Wheaton Co-op 


11111 Georgia Ave. 
4 LOckwoed 5-9859 


Westwood 


R. Hugh Perrie 
FAirview 2-2091 


VIRGINIA 
Alexandria 


Hechinger Co, 
3131 Duke Se. 
Lincoln 7-9400 


R. E. Knight & Son 
621 King St. 
King 9-0041 
Woodward & Lothrop 


615 WN. Washington St. 
King 8-1000 


Arlington 


Barcroft Hdwe. 
4815 Columbia Pike 
JAckson 8-9590 


Broyhill Supply Co. 
46 


Harry W. Cuppett 
4237 North Fairfax Drive 
JAckson 7-0666 


Dewey Hdwe. 
4736 Lee Highway 
JA. 2-0880 
Forest Hdwe. Co. 


Arlington Forest Shopping Center 


JAckson 8-2148 


Norwood’s Hdwe. 
5908 North Washin Bivd. 
JEfterson 2-5858 
Rucker Lumber Co. 
1320 Wilson Bivd. 
JAckson 4-1234 
Sherwin-Williams Co. 
Seuth Glebe Road at Sth St. 
JAckson 5-4300 


Chantilly 


Farmers Supply Co. 
HErndon 49-J 


Culpeper 
Yowell Hdwe. Co. Inc. 
CUlpeper 8345 


Fairfax 


‘Bairfax Hdwe. 
711 West Main St. 
CRescent 3-2646 


Fairfax Hay & Grain Co. 
Main St. 
CRescent 3-0411 
Falls Church 
Graham Hdwe. 


Arlington Bivd. & Graham Rd. 
JEfferson 4-0750 


G & G Hdwe. 
Leesburg Pike & Dunn Loring Rd, 
JEtterson 2-1026 
Hechinger Co. 

Lee Highway & Hillwood Ave. 
Lincoln 7-9400 
Groveton 
King Wallpaper & Paint Co, 
1925 Richmond Highway 
SOuth 8.7100 
Herndon 
C. M. Dudding 
103 The Square 
HErndon 91 
Manassas 


Firestone Home & Auto Supply 
West & Center Sts. 
_MAnassas 255 


Marshall 


Marshall Hdwe. 
MArshall 4661 


Middleburg 
L. L. Lawrence 
‘ Middleburg 2761 
Triangle 
Triangle Paint Co, 


Route # 


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TRiangle 5-1265 


Tysons Corner 


R. K. Hirst & Sons 
JEfferson 2-1340 


Vienna 
Ken McPhail, Inc. 
Maple Ave. 
DUnkirk 5-7882 
Warrenton 
D. P. Wood & Co. 
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Sen. Albert Gore promised 
yesterday an all-out fight to in- 
‘crease funds earmarked for 
primary, urban and rural roads 
in a $51.5-bil- oy May 
lion highway & 
‘building pro = 
gram. % 
The Tennes @ 
see Democrat, & 
-ehairman of ae 
the Senate = 
Highway Sub- | 
committee, pre- 
dicted the Sen- 
ate will insist 
on $900 million 
a year in Fed- 


of highways. The amount would | 
be successively increased $25 
million each year over a 13-year 
program. 


The bulk of the funds author-' 


‘ized in each bill would be for 
construction of.upwards of 40,- 


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an interstate system linking 
the Nation’s main cities and 
most of the state capitals. 
Gore foresaw no difficulty in 
getting a House-Senate compro- 
mise agreement on expendi- 
tures for the interstate network 
The House and Senate bills call 
for slightly different outlays in 
various years but ultimate ex- 
penditures would be about the 


eral aid for such roads. States same. 


would put up the same amount 


The annual $900 million ex- eral 


Under both versions, the Fed- 
Government would pay 


penditure for this purpose was/nine-tenths of the cost of the 


authorized in Gore's 5-year, 18 
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Senate leaders indicated ap- 
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help finance the huge road 
building program by increasing |. 
so-called “user” taxes. But the) 
Senate may change the House 
rates. 

The House bill calls for hik- 
ing gasoline and diesel fuel 
taxes 1 cent a gallon, tire taxes, 
3 cents a pound and taxes on| 
trucks, buses and trailers 2 per 
cent 

Gore predicted the Senate 
will substitute his bill for the 
construction provisions of the 
House measure This would 
throw the legislation into a 
House-Senate conference com 
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PRINCETON, N. J., April 28 
—In their speculations about 
1956, political writers will be 
giving greater attention to a 
new figure on the Democratic 
presidential horizon. He is the 
junior Senator from Missouri, 
Stuart Symington. 

In a special poll of the “grass 
roots” leaders of the Demo- 
cratic Party—the county chair- 
men across the county—Sen 
Symington has leaped into 
third place as a favorite presi- 
dential candidate, behind Sen 
Estes Kefauver and Adlai Ste- 
venson. 

Stevenson is still the leading 
favorite, polling 29 per cent of 
the chairmen’s vote compared 
to Kefauver’s 21 per cent and 
Symington’s 12 per cent. 

In a similar poll of county 
leaders four months ago, Sy- 
mington polled only 4 per cent. 

Whereas in the December 
poll, 78 per cent of the county 
leaders said that they expected 
Stevenson to win the nomina- 
tion, today the situation is a 
great deal more fluid, with 35 
per cent expecting Stevenson 
to be named, 18 per cent Say- 
ing it will be Gov. Harriman, 
16 per cent saying Symington 
and 14 per cent saying Kefau- 
ver. | 

The Institute sounded the 
views Of Democratic county 
chairmen by means of a secret 
ballot sent to 2950 names far- 
nished by the Democratic Na- 
tional Committee. Replies have 
come from 1540 of them. | 

Each county chairman was'| 
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prominently mentioned as pos- 
sible presidential candidates. 
Here are the results: 


Stevenson 
Kefauver 
Symington 


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Considerable differences 
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B6 Sunday, April 29, 1956 


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see Kahn-Oppenheimer 
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(3 Scientists 4 
i Tell of Heat 


i Conductor 


A one-way heat conductor 
ithat helps in cooling objects 
?' down to a fraction of absolute 
} zero was described at American 
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terday. 

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| Jew elers of Ex perie nce movement and reveal the! paper Guild's 10th annual Front Page Ball Friday at the 

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KAHN. Rectifier for Magnetic Cooling” | 


| 
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| University scientists as the So- 


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4 At the other end of the ther- 
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Working at Los Alamos Sci- 


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'G. E. Seay and L. B. Seely Jr.,| 
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Scientists are seeking a 
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A Soviet nuclear expert, Dr. 

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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES pews 
Sunday, April 29, 1956 


all 3 TODD'S. 


TOMORROW--MONDAY, 


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Cheering it up for the Woodward & Le- 
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STAUNTON. Va.. 
Assistant Secretary of 
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tribute to the memory of Wood- . nail 


paying tennial Commission. ‘children. | 


—_—_— — ——- — 


row Wilson, said today the 
World War I President had 
shaped “the character of our 
response” to world problems in 
the present day. 

In an address at the Wilson 
Centennial celebration here, 
Robertson, representing Presi- 
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development of the United Na- 
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to Wilson's sponsorship of the 
League of Nations at the end 
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After World War II, Robert- 
son said, the United States did 
not “make the same mistake” 
as it had made after World War 
I by declining to-join the world 
Organization 

“We helped create the Unit- 
ed Nations and joined it whole- 
heartedly.” he said. “And when 
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began to reemerge with the at- 
tack in June, 1950, upon the 
Republic of Korea and it was 
clear that once more the 
“rights and liberties of small 
nations’ were at stake we did 
not hesitate.” 

Robertson's talk highlighted 
today’s climactic “Festival 
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val ball, a Music for Young 
America concert and open 
house at the Presbyterian 
Manse, where Wilson was born 
100 years ago. They are joint- 


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BS Sunday, April 29, 1956 


Strike of 250 Ties Up 
Alabama Steel Works 


BIRMINGHAM, Ala., 
28 w—A strike for higher pay started by railroad men. 
by 250 railroad men paralyzed) Members of the local Broth- 
the South's biggest steel works erhood of Locomotive Firemen 
and-this-city'’s major industry..and Enginemen walked oiit 
An estimated 100,000 persons and threw up picket lines at 
were affected by the walkout midnight when the company! 
Most of the employes of the failed to meet their demands 
Tennessee Coal, Iron and Rail- for pay raises of 37 cents an 
road Division of the United hour. TCI had offered 10 cents /4 
States.Steel Corp. crossed pick- and called the 37-cent figure’ 
et lines today But they did so| “exorbitant.” 
only to help bank the network’. The Brotherhood operates 
of blast furnaces, open hearths coal, iron-ore and molten metal 
and other installations that trains linking steel plants and 
pump the pulse of the Pitts captive mines. 
burgh of the South. | The Brotherhood members 
A complete TCI strike costs' make $2.33 an hour on the aver- 
more than $1 million a day in age 
lost wages and steel produc-' Most of the rest of TCI em- 
tion. This is the second within ployes are members of the Mass Casualty 


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joint recital at the Academy 
at 8:30 p. m. today. 

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April.a year, and the first also was'’United Steel Workers, number-' 
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supports 100,000 residents of 
section 
of Birmingham and adjoining: 


The first of a series of in- 
istruction programs on medical) 
|\care for mass casualties, to pre-| 
for 
disas- 


~ 
| It two 
|hours each evening May 21-25 
iat the District Medical Society, 


cover various phases of mass 


been ar- 
ranged by a Society committee 


St. 


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New Building 
To Be Started 

. + * * 
ByB’naiBb’rith 

An important feature of the 
triennial convention of 113- 
year-old B'nai Brith which 
starts here next Saturday will 
be the cornerstone-laying for 
its $1.3 million office building 
here 

A thousand delegates of the 
400,000-member organization, 
ilwhich claims to be the oldest 
and largest Jewish service 
\group in the world, will gather 
here then for a four-day con-’ 
ference. 

The convention will cast an 
eye back over B’na. B'rith’s cen-| 
tury-plus c* service since it was} 
founded in a gas-lit New York 
cafe by 12 German Jews who 
were worried about conflicts! 
between various Jewish denomi-| 
nitions 

The building, an eight-story 
structure of glass-front design) 
to go up at 17th st. and Rhode| 
Island ave. nw., will contain a 
'museum of paintings, sculpture| 
and documents, representing) 
contributions to America’s cul-| 
ture by Jews of all denomi-} 
nations | 

The cornerstone playing cere- 
monies, on Sunday, will feature) 
a speech by B'nai B'rith Presi-; 
dent Philip M. Klutznick, hous- 
ing man prominent in Washing-| 
ton more than a decade ago) 
under President Roosevelt. ' 

A Washington man who! 
played an important part in the| 
long history of B'nai B'rith was! 
Simon Wolf, whose work for) 
the American Jewish commu-| 
nity brought him acquaintance- 
ship with every President from 
Buchanan to Wilson 

The native Bavarian who be- 
came a lawyer and author was 
the Washington representative 
of B'nai B'rith for many years 
before he died in 1923. 

Through his friendship with 
Presidents, he defended Jews! 
here and abroad against viola-| 
tions of their civil rights 

Once he interceded with Lin- 
coln for a Jewish soldier who 
had left his post to visit his| 
dying mother. Wolf succeeded | 
in persuading Lincoln to par-} 
don the soldier just four hours 
before his scheduled execution. 

Next week, Senators, Repre- 
sentatives, Supreme Court jus- 
tices, ambassadors, and Secre- 
tary of State John Foster 
Dulles are scheduled to take 
part in the convention. 
| Sen. Herbert H. Lehman (D- 
N. Y.). and Cleveland Rabbi 
‘Abba Hillel Silver will also 
ispeak at the cornerstone-laying 
jecromansee, 
| Secretary Dulles will make a 
‘major foreign policy address 
‘at the convention's banquet on 
Wednesday, May 8. 


‘Domination’ 
Of Bishops Hit 
By Methodists 


| MINNEAPOLIS, April 28 n 
An old cry of “clerical domina- 
tion” was raised briefly at the) 
Methodists’ General Confer- 
ence today, but was quickly) 
smothered out | 

It came up as the church law-! 
‘making machinery ground 
slowly through a mass of sug-| 
gested revisions and amend-| 
ments On a major, four-year| 
program for improving loca! 
church work. 
| Chester Smith, a lay delegate | 
'from Peekskill, N. Y., sought to! 
change the composition of a) 
program supervising body,} 
limiting the number of bishops| 
iserving on it to six—instead 
lof the entire 75-member Coun- 
cil of Bishops. 
| He said that otherwise the 
ibishops could “dominate deci- 
sions,” which was a “very 
delicate thing” to laymen in 
the church. 

The Conference, made up of 
766 delegates—half of them 
clergymen and half laymen— 
overwhelmingly voted down 
the proposed change. 

The Council of Bishops an- 
nounced the appointments yes- 
terday of key executives who 
will serve for the next four 
years in major church agen- 
cies. 

Among those named are 
‘Bishop G. Bromley Oxnam, 
Chief of Air Force Chaplains 
'((Gen.) Charles I. Carpenter. 
‘Rev. Albert P. Shirkey and 
‘Rev. Theodore H.. Palmgquist, 
‘all of Washington; and Rep. 
‘James I. Dolliver (R-lowa), and 
Earl N. Contee, Alexandria, Va. 

Rev. Palmquist will serve on 
the Commission on Public Re 


Corning and Moore Architect 


Cornerstone for the new B'nai Brith Building (sketched 
above) will be set at 17th and Rhode Island ave. nw. 


SIMON WOLF 
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Seven hundred teachers;Turner Elementary Schools;| There ts 
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the Mayflower. land, president of the D. 

As a panelist, Rep. Earl Wil-| Congress of P-TA’s. 
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i\He related successful experi- 
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‘problems by interesting chil- 
idren in hobbies and projects 
in which they could excel. 

| A child’s delight the first 
time he wrote his name con- 
vinced Gloria Blaylock, senior 
‘at D. C. Teachers College, she 
wouldn't trade teaching for any- 
‘thing else. 

| Muriel Crosby, former teach- 
‘er here, now Assistant Superin- 
'tendent of Schools in Wilming- 
‘ton, Del, quoted a question by 
a first grader to a teacher with 
ja new hair-do. “What have you! 
done with your old face?” 

Other teachers heard were 
‘Henrietta Baker, vice-principal, | 
‘Wheaton High: Peggy Ann 
Giles, teacher, Benning School: 
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Neolithic Finds in Jordan 


AMMAN, Jordan, April 28 
'Neolithic blackstone axeheads, 
knives and well-sharpened 
hooks were among articles 
found in tombs believed to be 
5000 years old discovered this 
'week near Nablus, 30 miles 
'ifrom Amman, the department 
‘of antiquities here said today. | 


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_B10 Sunday, April 29, 1956 

2 Boys End 
> San Antonio 

Segregation 


N.Y. Herald Tribune News Service 

SAN ANTONIO, Tex., April 
28—Two teen-age Tiegro boys 
went swimming here this morn- 
ing and a century of segrega- 
tion of Negro and white races 
ended for this city of half a 
million people. 

With their plunge off a div- 
ing board at the gigantic San 
Pedro Park Pool, San Antonio 
became the first metropolitan 
city in the South to integrate 
all public facilities completely. 

Before the day was out, 24 
other Negroes used the pool. 
While a few eyebrows were 
raised among the many white 
persons swimming in the pool, 
there were no incidents. 

Bus integration began last 
week with a decision by the 
privately-owned San Antonio 
Transit Co. to remove signs 
calling for separate seating. 

Golf courses, tennis courts, 
libraries and the Municipal Au- 
ditorium were thrown open to 
the Negro race March 22 when 
the city council declared void 
the city ordinance calling for 
ace segregation. The action 


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didn’t open until Saturday. 
No incidents have taken! 


heen watching since 7 a. M. 
for the first Negro to show up. 
Later the boys said they 


cnough nerve to approach the/N. C. 


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By Bob Burchette. Staff Photographer 


Patrick Sweeney huddles in blanket after battling Potomac. 


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snabied mixed swimming at ° . . 
city pools also but the pools Pilot Dies in Jet Crash 


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place at any facility. | A marine Corps jet pilot was'Nashwinter said he saw three 
The two boys who went killed yesterday when his low- jets flying low over a gunnery) of timberland in St. Marvy’s'ctu» * 15 
swimming. Clarence Littlefield. flying Cougar crashed into a target range at Quantico. One County yesterday as seven fire |‘™**4* ™ 
i6. and Frank Glenn. 14, were wooded area near Bristersburg failed to regain altitude and departments battled more than|—— 
escorted by three policemen, in Fauguier County on a routine dived into the woods on prop-|foyr hours to bring it under 
newsmen and the two pool training mission at Quantico erty owned by William Gordon.) eonetrol ‘assisted 
managers to the pool. All had,Marine Station. | The pilot was ejected from; John F. Wood. chief of the|from Leonardtown. Lexington 
Indentity of the pilot, a sec-ithe plane but was too low t0|/ Mechanicsville Fire Depart-| Park, Waldorf, Hughesville, Po- 
ond lieutenant, was withheld use his parachute. He appar-| ment, first on the scene, said\tomac Heights and Benedict. 
until notification of next-of-kin.| ently was killed instantly. The the fire started near the road.|Five firemen from Lexington ALL TRANSISTOR HEARING AID 
‘apparently from a _ cigarette Park were treated for smoke in- 
thrown from a car. ihalation at St. Mary's County 
Mechanicsville firemen were| Hospital. 1402 New York Ave., N.W. 


walked around the park for|/He was based at the Marine/ejection seat was thrown with 
over an hour before getting up|Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, such speed that it sheared off 
, ithe tops of several trees, an- 
ticket window, | A witness, M/Sgt. Lewis J.'other witness said. 


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Disappears 
In Potomac 


lieved drowned yesterday after 
the boat in which he was rid- 
ing sank in about 60 feet of 


Bridge. 
White more than 50 fishermen; _ The 
watched, Harbor Precinct police 


s sent to Attorney General 


A 30-year-old man was be- Mrs. Green Miss Connelly 


.«. indorsed for appointment to judgeships 


‘lwater 120 yards below Chain) Women’s Bar Backs 4 for Bench 


Women’s Bar Associa-'Branch judgeships in Munic- 
tion announced yesterday it ipal Court 
, , Being supported by the associ-' 
began dragging operations for|ierbert Brownell, Jr., the ation are June L. Green, Mary 
the victim, identified as Dick|names of four lawyers it is rec- M. Connelly, Maurine H. Aber- 
Morrison, 30, of 3419 M st. nw. |ommending for ! | 

Another passenger in the the new Domestic Relations States Attorney Catheri 


Kelly. 


boat, Patrick Sweeney, 40, also 


Orme of the Seventh Precinct! 
that the boat, a flat bottomed! 
type with an outboard motor, 
began to take on water as they 
passed under the bridge. | 
Sweeney said he and Morrti-| fyent 


over the side. Sweeney clung 
to the boat while Morrison! . District 


America 
shore. _ | Clubs—So 
| Kadel and Orme said Morri-| ‘ends tod 
‘son apparently became tired states. 8 


and tried to get back to the 1:6. womer Outing, Washington Chap- 
m. wo 4 


> ane — ter of Young Judea, 11 « 
boat. Sweeney swam to the Pe, Me 


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‘District side and Morrison Brunch 
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listed at 3419 M st. nw., told 9 
Pyts. C. B. Kadel and R. C. I oday ~ 


son tried to bail but the boat! /actoricks denote events open 
began to settle. Both men dove to the public): 


£20} on 


itried to swim to the Virginia picyes. Willard (ends today) 


day 
r of Commerce of the United 


Mrs. Green, who is also bei 


appointment nathy and Assistant United 


Mrs. Abernathy are practicin 
lawyers in Washington. 


supported by the District Bar honoring the judiciary at 8 
Association, Miss Connelly and'p. m. May 5 in the Shoreham 
© Hotel. Judges representing all 


The association also an-o% the courts in Washington 
nounced it will hold a dinner|have been invited to the affair. 


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Nothing to Buy your department store. 


No Jingles—No Slogans 


If you purchase a new electric range during the *CHOOSE Any Single Oven 
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will draw winning entries on June 


Official Rules of the 


1. All residents of the Metropolitan Washing- 
on Cc. erea ere eligible except persons 
under 18 years of age: employees of the Elec- 
tric Institute and their families; range sales- 
men and their families employees of the 
Electric Inmetitute’s advertising agency and 
their families 

2 Contest ends at close of business Tuesday, 
May i5th. 1956. and to be eligible entries muat 
se deposited at.an Electric Institute member's 
showroom by that time. No entries accepted 


by mail 
3. Pach entry’ must carry the correct name and 
model number of the electric range the entrant 


wishes to win. subject to the limitations already 
stated above 

4 Awards: Bix single-oven 1956 electric ranges 
of winners’ choice as shown on entry form and 
subject to limitations already stated. Only one 
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5 If wifmner has purchased a new electric range 
from a member of the Electric Institute at 
retail during the Spring Sale of Electric Ranges 
‘April 16th through May 15th, 1956) the 
Electric Institute will award winner value in 
cash in lieu of Electric Rance—but you do not 
have to buy a range to be eligibie. 

6 Electric ranges awarded will be delivered 
anywhere in the Metropolitan Washington. D.C., 
area Awards do not include installation 

7. Drawings will be held at the Electric Inst!- 
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June 1, 1956. Winners need not be present at 
drawing and ell winners will be notified by mai! 
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Navy Department, where he 
worked in the photo-science 
laboratory. The couple has 
two daughters. 


5th District 
Campaigns 


Stepped Up 


Democratic and Republican 
contenders for Maryland's Fifth 
Congressional District nomina- 
tions are switching campaign 
activities into high gear with 
only one week to go before the 
State’s May 7 primary 

In the Democratic race, both 
incumbent Rep. Richard E 


Lankford and his challenger. 
L. Harold Sothoron, have doffed 
the kid gloves 

Lankford backers last week 


paign lieutenants with “boss 
control” by the Prince Georges 
County party organization 

Sothoron fired back that the 
Lankford camp is waging a 
“gutter type” campaign 

The 4l-yearold incumbent 
has been formally indorsed by 
Democratic organizations in 
Anne Arundel, Howard and St 
Marys Counties 

But the powerful Prince 
Georges organization, led by 
former Congressman Lansdale 
G. Sasscer, has rallied behind 


Central Committee, of which 
Sothoron is chairman, gave him 
a@ unanimous indorsement. 


der attack for his role in a 
southern Prince Georges con- 
troversy over an underground 
gas storage bill sponsored in the 
General Assembly by the Wash- 
ington Gas Light Co. 

In a Thursday night telecast, 
Frank Marbury Clagett, presi- 


Sothoron. The county's State) 


Sothoron last weék came un- 


of 200 Rhode Island ave. ne. | 
will celebrate their 50th wed- | 


Dunn—is—retired—from the | 


linked Sothoron and his cam-| 


' dent of the Southern Maryland | 
Property Owners Association, | 
accused Sothoron of “callous 
disregard for the lives and 
safety” of county residents by 
lobbying for the measure. 

Clagett, speaking for the 
county's small but articulate 
Citizens for Lankford Commit 
tee. said Sothoron received 
more than $6000 for his lobby 
ing activities. The bill was de- 
feated. 

Sothoron had no comment on 
the charge. Previously he an- 
nounced he does not intend to 
“indulge in name-calling or vil- 
lification.” He accused Lankford 
of conducting his campaign | 
through agents “so he could) 
deny authorship” of the! 
charges. 

Candidates in the three-way | 
race for the GOP nomination 
are also putting on a final-week 
spurt of campaigning 

Vvying for a chance to unseat 
Lankford are former Naval 
Academy political science pro- 
fessor William B. Prendergast, 
41; retired Navy Capt. Joseph! 
K. Taussig Jr., 35, and Laurel 
businessman Clifton L. Cleven- 
ger, 53 

Prendergast, who has been 
attacked by both rivals for his 
previously Democratic registra- 
tion, claims indorsement ‘from | 
a majority of the District's Re-| 
publican organizations. 

The Fifth District congres- 
sional seat, long under Demo-| 
cratic control, was captured | 
briefly by the Republicans in| 
1952 when Frank Small Jr. beat! 
Lankford. 


Sarnoff Cites 
Influence of 


Network TV 


Network television has “pro- 
foundly influenced the political 
consciousness” of Americans 
by extending the town meeting | 
of Colonial days to a nationwide | 
audience, Robert W. Sarnoff, | 
president of the National) 
Broadcasting Co., said here last 
night. 

“In the field of public 
events,” he said “the network) 
offers the total population di- 
rect access to the whole range | 
of issues and events that stir) 
our times.” 

Sarnoff made his remarks in 
a prepared speech at a dinner 
at the Sheraton-Park Hotel 
marking the 10th anniversary of 
the NBC-WRC program, “Meet 


the Press.” He said the pro- 
gram was part of “electronic 
journalism.” 


Sarnoff urged that television 
be given equal opportunity 
with other media to attend 
events of public interest. “If 
it is denied access to subjects 
upon which the people should) 
be informed, it is not tele-| 
vision which suffers—it is the| 
people who suffer,” he said | 

He predicted that color tele-) 
vision would extend the me- 
dium’s impact on the Nation's 
population. 

Sarnoff paid tribute to the or- 
iginator and moderator of: 
“Meet the Press,” Lawrence E. | 
Spivak. | 

A bound book of congratula- 
tory letters was presented to 
Spivak. It contained letters 
from such notable figures as 
former President Herbert 
Hoover, Adlai E. Stevenson, 
Sen. Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.), 
John L, Lewis and former Gov.| 
Thomas E. Dewey of New York. 

Other speakers on the pro- 
‘gram included Sens. William F. 

nowland (R-Calif.) and Alben 
W. Barkley (D-Ky.). 


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Top GOP Issue 


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F. JOSEPH DONOGHUE MELVIN D. HILDRETH 


» « »« Democratic candidates for National Committeeman 


and 
Ke- 


than 7000. He supported Harri-|Quebec st. nw., lawver 
man in 1952. treasurer of the District 


4 ; 7 . © ; . Vy N > Pig ° 
tional meaning W ith Kefauver and stevenson lorces fight Running for convention dele. fauver for President Club 


tion Tuesday is George P. Lamb against the local party| 
organization. : 
There 1s no presidential con-* wae 
test. The GOP election is 4a) 
battle for a few key spots in| Foxhall rd. nw. He is a builder,}| 
the machinery that will run realtor, and chairman of the 
the party here for the next four District Republican finance} 
years. committee since 1945 and is in-| 
Lamb, 47-year-old attorney, is dursed by Lamb. 
a political newcomer here who Ruth M. Brown, 2713 Connec- 
is bidding for the post of na- ticut ave. nw. Native of the Dis- 
tiofal committeeman. He will trict and member of the state! 
try to unseat Clyde D. Garrett, committee since 1944, she is a 
patty worker here since 1924 partner in a real estate and in- 
and national committeeman for surance firm here. 
eight years. Lamb also is run-| George L. Hart Jr., 50, 3901 
ning for delegate to the na- Connecticut ave. nw. As chair- 
tional convention with two “in- man of the Republican State 
surgents. Committee, Lawyer Hart is con 
Lamb worked for General sidered GOP leader here. He 
Eisenhower before and at the has worked for Republicans 
1952 convention. He labels him- here since college days 
seif a “real Eisenhower Repub- Harry E. Polk, 50. 1227 Tal- 
lican” running against what he bert st Member of the Dis 
calls the “old guard clique.” trict boxing commission, and 
Lamb is for District home area chairman of the Commis: 
rue. for “orderly” racial inte- signers’ Youth Council, he was 
gration, and for integration of 4, alternate delegate to the 
gy og ro gg nie Mg 1948 convention. 
« arty organization : 
He put on a campaign which in-|, Samuel Spencer, 45, 4814 Dex- 
cl@ded giving away 10,000 “Pick ter st. nw. An early Eisenhowet 
Lamb” toothpicks, television S¥pporter, he has just returned 
and soundcar appearances and %° private law practice after 
a-daily fight with District Re- S¢Tving three years as president) 
publican Chairman George L. of the District Board of Com- 
Hart Jr. which he has lately missioners. Lamb indorsed him 
transferred to Garrett. Mrs. Emory A. (Helen Gaticy) 


Came from Indiana Wheeler of 2721 3ist st. nw. Na- 


| pa itive of the District, she is vice 
amb came here from Indi- -hairman of the Republican 
ana nearly 25 years ag 


0, WOrk-' State Committee. 
in his way through law school uy Resides these six Lamb is | 
He said he has worked or voted running for convention delegate 
for ~ Republican presidential with these two allies: 
c idates since 1932. In 1952 =i 
hé worked for Eisenhower. He Thurman L. Dodson, 51, 007 | 
ligés at 5063 Loughboro rd. nw.| @@ssachusetts ave. se. A nepub 
Garret. 68. a native Washing- lican campaigner since 1936, he 
tonian and lawyer, represents “5 chairman of the minorities 
tlie conservative group which S¢¢Uon at Eisenhower head-| 
hgs run local party affairs since @4tters at the 1952 convention. | 
1916. He was for Robert A. Taft lawyer, he is past president | 
irf,J952, but states he became an °! the W ashington Bar Associa- 
Eisenhower man as soon as the “°" and National Bar Associa- 


; ry won. 
lees heoe ae hy | Henry Lincoln Johnson, 51, 
tle party during the lean years Mel S st. nw sae ry 
makes him “old guard,” he’s 2 !4W office with Dodson. A for-) 
prpud of it. Garrett says Lamb ™¢™ President of the Washing- 
isnot a real Republican. He ‘°" Bar Association, ne has | 
cites the fact that Lamb voted campaigned for nepeeeen 
in, Fairfax County Democratic presidential ——— 
pfimaries in 1940 and 1944,|*°?* | 
Lamb said he voted only i 
county contests, which were th 


ce 


= Six candidates backed by the 
. Republican State tre igre 
only contests for local teiale are running unopposed or | 
ae voll ‘waned = eal posts of alternate delegates to 
personal contact campaign. He |‘#e convention. They — eo 
raised eyebrows at Lamb's! Edward F. Colladay, 79, 682% 
spending and asked where was' 32d st. nw. He is an attorney, | 
Lamb and his money in the bank official, former president 


1954 campaign. 
“Garrett became national com-| 
miftteeman in 1948 when Edward 


of the Board of Trade and Fed-' 
eration of Citizens Associations. | 
Mrs. William H. (Mildred W.)| 


F.. Colladay Stepped down after| Dayton, 4000 Cathedral ave. nw. | 
A grme Garrett 7 proud of!Active in Republican work aad 
ocal party's fund-raising|since 1950. 
record and its absentee voter! Onton S. Lloyd, 66, 1915 14th’ 
Peewee He lives at 3300 Rit-'st.. nw. Members of the State| 
house st. nw. committee for eight years, he 
is a retired Capital Transit Co 
file clerk. 
Barrington D. Parker, 40, 125 
st. nw. A lawyer, he was an 
alternate in 1952 and has been 
“'on the state committee since 
39 1948. He is first vice president 
The 39 GOP posts up for elec of the Federation of Civic As- 
tin include national commit-\ "Mrs Neill (Grace Hendrick) 
te@@man and committeewoman. Phillips, 56 3053 P st. nw. Wife 
FE eae aan cilegates with of a retired Navy admiral she 
delegates and ne memnhaen ~ worked for General Eisen- 
the state committee The 25 hower at the 1952 convention. 
“i John J. Sirica, 52, 5069 Over- 
oe eer egy peng Nady Apes look rd. nw. An Assistant 
ey caeetine our the OOMEM-| United States Attorney here 
pee 25 years ago, he worked for 
cord od beep Ble cmp vrs see stg oh pag gay _ cal 
or ~ +. 1... a | paigns back to 
t@ run with him. Lamb lost all . : : 
bat two of his running mates Phillipe seo ge hea Mrs. 
When their blanket nominating ’ : 
. me ‘ In the race for 25 Republican 
pétition was challenged as in-|. . 
vélid. State Committee seats, Lamb 
I amb’s two allies, who were backers Dodson and Johnson 
Saved because they filed sepa- os bance | — . slate as 
rete petitions, are Thurman L.'*? 94¢8ee@ DY te state commit: 
pte P tee. Thirteen of the 25 have 


Dodson and Henry Lincoln . 
Jehnson. Dodson and Johnson been indorsed by Lamb. They 


afe running as convention dele-; 4°: hs oe 
gates and state committeemen. Mrs. Montgomery (Virginia 
Lamb, a delegate candidate, is M.) Blair, 50, 2126 onnecticut 
mot running for the committee. /4¥e 2, vice chairman of 1953 
Last week Lamb also in-|{maugural. 
dorsed 18 of the 39 candidates), Edward Burling Jr., 48, 1339 
running on the organization's 29th st. nw., lawyer, chairman 
alate. They are bound by agree- Of the District Citizens for Ei- 
nt not to suport him. In fact, senhower , 4 | 
y joined in asking voters not; James A. Cobb, 80, 1732 S st. 
tp vote for Lamb. nw., former Municipal Court! 
“Unopposed for a third four- Judge. | 
year term as Republican Na- Norris A. Dodson Sr., 115 W 
tlonal Committeewoman is Mrs. St. nw., chemist. 
Howard A. (Marie T.) Coffin, 59, Robert V. Fleming, 65, 2200) 
2500 Q st. nw. Wyoming ave. nw., Washington 
Candidates backed by the Re-| banker and first chairman of 
publican State Committee for Citizens Advisory Council. 
e six delegates to the presi-- Maurice Friedman, 49, 4625) 
eal convention are: Reno rd. nw., attorney. 
Lewis T. Breuninger, 60, 2701. Philip A. Guarino, 49, 7303 


Single Slate 

Before Lamb announced in 
mid-March, other early Eisen- - 
* backers got together with 
t Republican State Com. 
rmaittee on a single slate of 
candidates 


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CLYDE D. GARRETT 
. « « Republican candidates 


Neither presidential candi- 
date will be listed-on the ballot 
But slates of convention dele 
‘gates pledged to each have 
been entered. 

| Senator Estes Kefauvers 
ticket is headed by Attorney F. 
Joseph “Jiggs” Donohue, 55, 
‘former District commissioner 
‘and now Kefauver'’s national 
campaign chairman. He is run 


GEORGE P. LAMB 
for National Committeeman 


WASHINGTON WILL HOL 


82 years on Tuesday. 
Only those who registered 


There are 69 voting precincts, each with a voting place 


which will be open from 8 a. 


You must vote in the precinct in which you live. 
Board of Elections is advising voters by mailed card where 
to vote. It will speed things up if you take this card to 


the polls. 


No absentee voting is permitted. | 

THIS IS A PARTY ELECTION. At stake for each party 
are six presidential convention votes and control of the 
local party organization for four years. 


No presidential candidate 


there is a Democratic slate pledged to Kefauver and another | 
slate pledged to Stevenson. The Republican fight is strictly 
for local party control since there is no presidential contest. 
Candidates are listed alphabetically, not by slates. You 
may take sample ballots into the voting booth. 
The voter is given a paper ballot for the Republican or 


Democratic Party, depending 
late to switch parties. 


The salmon-colored Democratic ballot contains 95 names 
There are contests for national com- 


and two questions. 
mitteeman, 


are contests 


before the candidate's name. 


Do not erase. Do not sign your name or make any other 


marks on the ballot. Write-in 


ballots will be rejected. Ask for a new ballot if you spoil one. 

Do not vote for more candidates for any one office than 
there are positions to be filled. For instance, Democrats 
elect 12 convention delegates. You may vote for any num- 
ber up to 12. But if you vote for 13, that part of your ballot 


will not count. 


BE PREPARED to spend no more than five minutes in 
Vote early to avoid an expected last 


the voting booth. 
minute rush. 


Returns will be counted into the night. They will be 
announced by press, radio and television as soon as avail- 
able. Do not call election officials for returns. 


The Board of Elections has 


teer workers to man the polls and count the ballots. 


Georgia ave. nw., restaurant 
owner. 

Mrs. William (Sallie L.) Mac- 
Cracken Jr., 2933 Benton pl. 
nw., active Republican 28 years. 

Robert E. McLaughlin, 49, 
2355 Ashmead pl. nw., president 
of the Board of Commissioners 
and leader of early Eisenhower 
forces here. 

Robert B. Pearson, 60, 6029 
16th st. nw., dentist. 

Corina 8S. Rogers, 1522 33d st. 
nw., early Eisenhower support- 
er. 
Mrs. Jack (Marie) Rogers, 
4834 Sheriff rd., ne., past presi- 
dent of the Deanwood Civic As- 
sociation. 

Grahame T. Smallwood Jr.., 
37, 3143 19th st. nw., airline 
executive, vice chairman of the 
District Recreation Board 

The other 12 candidates 
backed by the Republican State 
Committee include .Jart and the 
following: 

Kathryn E. Bowers, 204 FE 
Capitol st., president of the 
Stanton Park Citizens 

Katharine McCook Knox, 3259 
N st. nw., member of the wom- 


Camalier 


Kronheim Lawson 


Republican candidates for delegate to National Convention 


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.» « Democratic candidates for delegate te the National Convention 


D. C. Election Primer 


alternate national 
vention delegates with a half vote each, 12 alternate dele- 
gates and 26 members of the local Democratic Central Com- 
mittee. There is no contest for national committeewoman 
or alternate national committeeman. The questions are on 
a proposed convention unit rule and on home rule. 

The light blue Republican ballot contains 45 names. There 
for national committeeman, 
delegates and 25 members of the local Republican State 
Committee. There are no contests for national committee- 
woman or for the six alternate delegates. 

VOTING BOOTHS will be arranged to permit 16 persons 
to vote at one time in smaller precincts. Thirty-two will 
be able to vote at once in larger precincts. 

Indicate your preference by marking an X in the square 


ning for the top local party job 
of national committeeman and 
also for convention delegate 
Donohue vaulted into politics 
in 1950 when he campaigned 
for the Democrats in California 
He was named D. C. Commis 
sioner in 1951 by President 
Truman. In 1952 he spoke out 
against Kefauver as a supporter 
of Averell Harriman to whom 
he was pledged as a convention 
delegate. When Harriman re- 
leased him, Donohue went for 
Stevenson 
Adiai Stevenson's ticket 
headed by Melvin D. Hildreth, 
66. lawyer and elder statesman 
of District Democrats who is 
seeking a third full four-vear 
term as national committeeman. 
Hildreth has been going to 
Democratic conventions since 
1908 and has represented the 
District at each since 1936. Last 
fall, Hildreth said he would not 
run again for health reasons, 
but changed his mind when the 
Kefauver-Stevenson fight 1 
shape. He said Stevenson asked 
him to run again. ; 
Kefauver has campaigned 
hard here during stopovers in 
his nationwide hops. In talks 
at rallies and local fund-raising 
dinners he always puts in a 
strong plug for Donohue. When 


D its first official election in 
may vote. 


m. to 8 p. m. 
The 


is 


is listed on the ballot. But 


(UK 


on his registration. It is too 


committeewoman,. 12 con- 


of Kefauver. His theme is that 
Kefauver is taking the country 
byastorm and should be 
ported here as a “friend 
neighbor” for 18 vears 
ll major decisions in 
Kefauver campaign 
have cleared through Donohue 
He has played a leading part 
in the campaign 

By contrast, Stevenson adopt 
ed a hands-off policy on the 
District election until the last 
minute and Hildreth has let 
others do most of the talking 

Stevenson took the view that 
since he wasn't on the ballot 
and didn’t have time to be 
everywhere he wouldn't get into 
the District fight at all. His loca] 
backers filed a slate without 
indorsement from Stevenson 
headquarters. But during a 
visit here last week, he drove 
downtown in a motorcade and 
was photographed with his sup- 
porters 

The Democratic ballot with 
95 names is much more complli- 
cated than the Republican. They 
have more offices to fill and 
more candidates 

Each Democratic delegate has 
a half vote. This means 12 can- 
didates for Kefauver and 12 for 
Stevenson Six independents 
also are running. Most of them 
are more interested in a plat- 
form than in candidates. 

The Kefauver-Stevenson con 
test carries over into the con- 
test for 12 alternate delegate 
seats, where 12 from each camp 
are entered, and for alternate 
national committeewoman., 

Candidates for alternate na 
tional committeewoman are R 
Jane Tomlin and Pauline E 
“Polly” Shackleton. 

Miss Tomlin, artist and sec- 
retary, annonunced her can- 
didacy with the statement that 
she had friends on both sides 
But she has worked for Ke- 
fauver and has been indorsed 
by his group. She lives at 2500 
Y st. nw 

Mrs. Shackleton, 3320 Dent 
pl. nw., is editor of a newslet- 
ter for the American Institute 
of Architects, treasurer of the 
District Stevenson Club and is 
on the Stevenson slate of dele 
gates. 

For two Democratic posts 
there are no contests. Kathleen 
“Katie” Louchheim, 52, 2824 O 


sup 


six convention and 


the 


votes are prohibited. Defaced 


recruited 700 paid and volun- 


en's board of Emergency Hos- 
pital, member of Robert E. Lee 
Foundation, DAR Art Critics. 

Adelbert W. Lee, 53, 3195 
Westover dr. se., realtor and 
former member of Board of 
Education, 

Mrs. W. Beverly Mason Jr.., 
4824 Dexter ter. nw., real estate 
agent, a page at the 1952 con- 
vention. ’ 

Clifford H. Newell, 78, 1303 
Delafield pl. nw., former presi- 
dent of the Federation of Citi- 
zens Associations. 

Carl L. Shipley, 36, 3253 
Worthington st. nw., lawyer, 

John Lewis Smith Jr., 43, 2424 
Tracy pl. nw., attorney, former 
president of Kalorama Citizens. 

Micajah T. Walker, 109 R st. 
nw., physician-surgeon. 

James C. Wilkes, 57, 1645 Jon- 
quil st. nw., lawyer, state com- 
mittee chairman from 1936 to 
1950. 

J. Franklin Wilson, 1513 Var- 
num st. nw., lawyer and party 
worker here for 32 years. 

Irving B. Yochelson, 49, 2005 
Branch ave. se., lawyer, past 
president of Anacostia Lions, | 


Chamberlain 


Van Arkel Weaver Wheeler : Whiting 


Donohue speaks, he talks only ! 


st. nw. director of women’s 


ing for the city’s six votes at the presidential convention. |», 


tes as Stevenson supporters: 
besides Mrs. Shackleton are: 

Margaret Just Butcher, 
1712 16th nw., member 


43, 


st of 


5319 Poto 
the 
Commit- 
absentee 


Eva 0. Steimer, 
mac ave. nw., worker 
Democratic National 
for 24 years on 


for 


Lee 


r , . - , . oe he : : = 
ar tivities for tine j emocrTacic the District Board of Education voting 


National Committee, has no op- 
position for the post of national 
commilleewoman. 

Tilford E. Dudley, 48, 2739 
Macomb no opposition 
for re-election alternate na 
tional committeen lie iS as 
sistant director of the AFL-CIO 
Political Action Committe: 

ihe party aiso will eles 
26-member Democratic Centra! 
Committee. ihe organization 
which will run t party 
allairs for the next four years 


st.. nas 
as 


an 
t the 


1 it cal 


A month ago the central com 
mittee election looked uncom. 
plicated. The committee backed 
a wnat-appeared be a non- 
controversial although predom 
inately pro-Stevenson slate. But 
things came unstuck at the last 
minute. 

Stevenson backers put out a 
sampie ballot indorsing 21 can- 
didates on the central commit 
tee slate They left off the four 
Kefauverites. The Kefauve 
sampie ballot didn't indorse 
anyone. Ten independents are 
also running. 
| The central committee 
has indorsed Hildreth, 
Louchheim, Dudley and 
Shackleton 

Vemocrats also will vote yes 
or no on two quesilons 

The first is whether Six 
convention votes should be cast 
as the majority decide. A “yes 

» favors the unit rule of cast 
x votes as the majority 


lo 


also 
Mrs 
Mrs 


the 


a procedure followed gate 


stevenson organi 
ndorsed the unit 
lv confident it will 

the delegates 


no 


The 
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position 
. question is on 
le. The Steven- 
aves vote 
fauver. people 

Dut on their 
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District home ru 


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sample took 

Running for cenvention dele- 
gates as Kefauver supporters 
are: 

Donohue, who was chairman 
of the 1952 delegation. 

Renah F. Camalier, 63, 4240 
Nebraska ave. nw., lawyer, for. 
mer District commissioner who 
served with Donohue, 33rd de- 
gree Mason and former Poten- 
tate of Almas Temple. 

Esther Lipsen Coopersmith, 
26, 6505 14th st. nw., writer for 
a railroad trade publication. 

Edmonia W. Davidson, 1333 
R st. nw., consultant for Nation- 
al Council of Churches, wife ol 
president of the Washington 
Branch of the National As 
ciation for the Advancement of 
Colored People. 

William F. Fadler Jr., 37, 2500 
Q st. nw., lawyer, president of 
District Kefauver for President 
Club 

Milton S. Kronheim, 67, 2480 
16th st. nw., liquor wholesaler 
big contributor to Democratic 
Party, delegate in 1952 

Edward C. Mazique, 45, 1824 
Upshur st. nw., physician, char- 
ter member of Commissioners’ 
Citizens Advisory Council. 

Frank D. Reeves, 40, 3934 
New Hampshire ave. nw., lawy- 
er, Donohue’s special assistant 
at Kefauver headquarters. 

William A. Roberts, 55. 4440 
Lowell st. nw., national treas- 
urer of the Kefauver organ- 
ization, people's counsel here 
1930-1936 

Arthur Clarendon Smith, 73. 
2949 Macomb st. nw.. head of a 
transfer and storage company, 
member of 105 organizations 

Estelle M. Whiting, 52, 6000 
Nebraska ave. nw., member of 
old Washington family which 
donated much of land now Rock 
Creek Park, says she is coun- 
try’s only woman president of 
elevator repair company 


iavor hon e 


ballot 


st) 


— 


and associate professor of Eng- 
lish at Howard University. 

Seymour M. (Sy) Chase, 32 
3636 16th st. nw., lawyer and 
secretary of the District Steven 
son Club. 

Mrs. Todd (Gladys J.) Dun- 
can, 1600 T st. nw., president of 
the Washington chapter ) 


for Democratic 


ss 


‘) 
Americans Ac 
Lion, 

Belford V. Lawson, 
Logan Circle, lawyer. 

Herbert P. Leeman, 66, 1609 
Hobart st. nw., lawyer, forme! 
president of the Federation of 
Citizens Associations, delegate 
in 1952. 

Walter N. Tobriner, 53, 6100 
33d st. nw., lawyer, member of 
the District Board of Educa 
tion, president of the board of 
Garfield Hospital. 

J. ©. Turner, 39, 5707 Kansas 
ave. nw., business agent of 
Operating Engineers, local 77 
president of the District Steven- 
son Club, delegate in 1952. 

Gerhard P. Van Arkell, 48 
2001 Foxhall rd. nw., lawyer, 
former counsel of Senate Dis 
trict Committee,-managed Ke 
fauvers 1952 campaign here 
and was delegate to the con 
vention, 

A. L. (“Al”) Wheeler, 38, 2500 
Q st. nw., lawyer, president of 
the Democratic Central Com- 
mittee, former clerk of the Sen- 
ate District Committee. dele- 
in 1948 and 1952. He 
pledged support to Donohue in 
national committee race before 
Hildreth announced. 

Edward Williams, 48 on elec- 
tion day, 1434 Oak st, nw., presi 
of the Capitol Cab Asso- 
delegate to each con 
vention since 1944, senior man 
in local party organization ex 
cept Hildreth. 

Charles F. Wilson, 36, 3701 
26th st. ne., business agent for 
Retail Clerks Union, Local 1501 

The independent candidates 
for convention delegates are: 

Culver B. Chamberlain, 55. 
2854 Connecticut ave. nw., for 
mer president of the Central 
Suffrage Conference, a Steven- 
son supporter who didn’t make 
the siate. 

Tilford E. Dudley, unopposed 


47, 8 


cent 


ciation, 


David J. Weltman, 46, 4615 
Linnean ave nw. head of 
Weltco Co., developing com- 
mercial properties in Washing- 
ton area 

Harry 8S. Wender, 
3ist pl. nw., lawye! 
chairman of District Re 
Board, former president 
Federation of Citizens 
Tions 

Warren Woods, 4! 


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former 
reation 
of the 
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3139 © st. 
nw ng in la- 
bor law 

Stevenson candidates for al- 
ternate delegate are: 

George J. Boden, 
32d pl. se., lawyer 

Helen G. Boyle, 29, 1510 Bu- . 
chanan st. nw., a secretary in 
office of Rep. George H. Mahon 
(D-Tex.). 

Joseph B. Danzansky, 40, 3916 
Garrison st. nw., lawyer 

Charles E. Ford, 
Morningside dr. nw., 
criminal lawyer. 

Woolsey W. Hall, 73, 1330 
Wallach pl. nw., four times 
president of the Federation of 
Civic Associations, first vice 
president of the Commissioners 
Citizens Advisory Council, for- 
mer member of the District 
Board of Education. 

Alexander B. Hawes, 49, 3204 
Reservoir rd. nw., Washington 
Home Ruler, vice chairman of 
United Community Services 

Herbert J. Jacobi, 66, 
Gramercy st. nw. attorney, 
past national vice commander 
of the American Legion 

Laurence A. Knapp, 50, 3138 
Highland pl. nw., attorney 

Laura Magnuson, 3131 © st. 
nw., member of the board of the 
National Symphony Orchestra, 
former board member of Wash- 
ington Home for Incurables 

C. Herbert Marshall, 58. 2712 
P st. nw., physician, f 
president of the Fedcration 
Civic Associations 

Robert Lee Wearrinz, 39, 
4008 l4th st. nw., { | sec: 
retary-treasurer of the Lab 
ers’ District Council 

James A. Washington, 41, 
4302 13th st. ne.. law proiessor 
at Howard Universit: 

Candidates for the Democra- 
tic Central Committee backed 
by both the central committce 


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alternate national committee 42"4 the Stevenson organization 
candidate. A delegate to the last #™® Miss Boyle, Chamberlain, 
two conventions, he is running PUdley, Mrs. Duncan, Hall, 
with four other members of Leeman, Mrs. Shackleton, Turn- 
Americans for Democratic Ac. © Van Arkel, Wearring, Wheel- 


tion whose chief interest is get-| ©™ Edward Williams, Wilson 


The Rev. Smallwood E. Wil-| 


liams, 48, 1328 Montello ave 
ne., pastor of Bible Way Church 


ing 


ting a strong liberal party plat- 
form. 


John J. Gunther, 30. 10 Snow . 


Court nw., national legis- 
lative representative of ADA 
and president of the Foggy Bot- 
tom Restoration Association 
Hie worked for Harriman here 
in 1952, wants a liberal candi 
date and a platform pledging 
the party to work for civil 
rights, civil liberties and Dis 
trict home rule. 

Mary McAulay, 25, 1002 
Mississippi ave. se., senior at 
George Washington University, 
student teacher in Arlington, 
youngest candidate on _ either 
Dallot, leans toward Kefauver. 
thinks most important vote on 
ballot is “yes” for home rule, 
also an ADA-member but not 
grouped with the other four. 

Robert R. Nathan, 47, 1419 
Whittier pl. nw., govern- 
ment economist in New Deal 
days, now consulting economist 
to unions, corporations, for- 
eign governments, ADA mem- 
ber, wants liberal platform and 
candidate. 

George L. P. Weaver, 43. 
3819 26th st. ne., executive sec- 
Petary of the AFL-CIO Civil 
Rights Committee, also an ADA 
member whose chief interest is 
a liberal party platform. | 

Kefauver candidates for alter- 
nate delegate are: ) 

Norman 5S. Bowles, Jr., 41, 


with a congregation of more 1295 13th st. nw., lawyer. 


E. Williams S&S. Williams 


ee 


| 


Bernard C, Chapman, 58, 824 
48th st. ne., owns a hauling 
business. 

Alice A. Dunnigan, 50, 3509 
llth st. nw., correspondent for 
Associated Negro Press. | 

Ernest T. Eiland, 46, 2426 


Sylvia F. Hechinger, 57, The’ 


and the following: 

Walter Garvin, 60, 1721 
w., dentist. 

Elizabeth A. Hawes, 49. 3204 
Reservoir rd. nw., wife of 
alternate delegate candidate 
which makes them the only hus- 
band-wife team 

David L. Kreeger, 47, 
Fessenden st. nw., lawver 

Robert Mars, 52. 4707 
necticut ave. furniture 
owner. 

George B. Parks, 31, 4406 IIll- 
nois ave. nw., lawyer. 

Joseph L. Rauh Jr., 45, 3625 
Appleton st. nw., lawyer, ADA's 
national president, ran Harri- 
man’s campaign here in 1952 
and was a convention delegate. 

Venice T. Spraggs, 854 20th 
st. ne., assistant to the vice 
chairman of the Democratic Na- 
tional Committee. 

Glenn E. Watts, 35, 5005 13th 
pl. ne., official of the Commu- 
nications Workers of America. 

Four other candidates for 
Democratic Central Committee 
have central committee back. 
ing only. They are Kefauver 
Supporters Reeves, the Rey, 
Smallwood E. Williams. Mrs. 
Coopersmith and Mrs. David. 


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store 


son. 


Ten others running as inde- 
pendents for the Democratic 
Central Committee are Nathan, 
Weaver and the following: 

Bernard E. Carroll, 39, 6204 
New Hampshire ave. ne., tele- 
phone company installation 
worker. 

George De Vincent, 35, 2122 
P st. nw., artist. 

Bruce R. Harrison, 28, 3407 
22d st. se., lawyer. ; 

David Lynn ZJr., 30, 3600 39th 

mw., owner of Universal 


Otis st. ne., real estate broker.| piogre ‘Inc. 


Joseph Benedict Musumeci, 


Westchester, former president! 35, 4110 Emery pl. nw., elec- 


‘of 


the Goodwill Industries 
Guild, wife of owner of build-| 
ing materials stores here. | 

Betty F. Hodges, 26, 11 34 st. | 
ne., secretary to Rep. Harlan! 
Hagen (D-Calif.). 

Victor Perlmutter, 50, 710 
15th st. se., Owns a printing 
company. 
Julius W. Robertson, 39, 1017) 


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tronic engineer. 

Porter G. Neal, 33, 327 Bry- 
ant st. ne., real estate repre- 
sentative. 

Walter William Pepmiller, 
34, 2800 Quebec st. nw., flight 
radio officer for Trans World 
Airlines. 

Patricia Inez Willis, 1 Scott 
Circle, secretary. 


Cy i , 
Dudley R. Jane Tomlin 


. » « Democratic candidates for Alternate. National Commit 
teewoman, and for Committeeman—Dudley is unopposed. 


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3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE—Deuble Dresser, 
chest and beokcose bed in welnvt. $74 
Our Reg. $159.95 

3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE—Dresser, chest end 
bed in maple. Ovur Reg. $ 
$109.98 _. $89 
3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE—Dresser, chest end 
bookcase bed in secfoom finish. s 

Our. Reg. $179.95 125 
MODERN 3-°C. BEDROOM SUITE—Double 


dresser, chest and bookcase bed $130 


in blende. Ovur Reg. $219.95 
SUITE—Double 


MODERN 3-°C. BEDROOM 

dresser, chest and bookcase bed $ 

in beige finish. Our Reg. $239.95 160 
MODERN 3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE—Dovuble 
dresser, chest and bookcase bed $ 

in genuine weolnut. Reg. $329.95 160 
3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE — Double Dresser, 
chest ond bookcase bed in twe-tone white 
ond pink. $ 

Our Reg. $239.95 155 
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dovan finish with dustpreef drawers ond 


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INNERSPRING MATTRESSES eof 8OX% 


SPRINGS. Your choice of full or $ 
twin sizes 14 
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FOLDING COTS—Ceomplete with in- $18 
nerspring mattress. Our Reg. $34.95 

BUNK BEDS—Complete with 2 innerspring 
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gvord rail & ladder. Reg. $129.95 
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went to pay. Ovur Reg. $29.95 $20 
HOLLYWOOD BEDS — Innerspring mofttress 
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METAL HOLLYWOOD BED FRAMES. Adjust 
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$10.95 

2-PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE—King-size sofc 
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cet *92 


2-PC. SECTIONAL SOFA—With foam rubber 
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oo Our Reg. $110 


2-PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE—Sefe ond choir 
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covers. Our Reg. $229.95 140 

2-PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE—Sefe and cheir 

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Reg. $239.95 160 

CONVERTIBLE SOFA—Opens te sleep twe 

» + « with seperete innerspring 7 

motiress. Our Reg. $219.95 120 

2-PC. SOFA BED SUITE—Seofe bed opens te 


sleep twe .. . with lerge match- $89 


ing chair. Our Reg. $189.95 
SUITE— 


to 


2-PC.WROUGHT IRON SOFA BED 

In several decorater colors. Ovr $ 

Reg. $219.95 135 

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assorted tapestry covers. Ovr $ 

Reg. $89.95 44 

STUDIO COUCHES—Open te twe $44 

FOAM RUBBER SOFA—On wrought $34 

iron frame. Our Reg. $129.95 

SOFA LOUNGES—Convert inte 

2-PC. SECTIONAL SOFA —In $ 

striking red frieze. Reg. $199.95 145 

2-PC. SECTIONAL SOFA—Bumper ends with 

Our Reg. $384.95 

PLATFORM ROCKERS—in assorted $47 

tapestry covers. Ovur Reg. $69.95 

styles and covers. Our Reg. $59.95 28 

OCCASIONAL PULL-UP CHAIRS—Beovtifully 

Reg. $14.95 

OCCASIONAL TABLES—Ends, Cocktail, 

Steps, Corner Mahogany or Blonde 

9-PC. DINING ROOM SUITE—Table, Chine, 

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Our Reg. $459.95 $225 
Our Reg. $69.95 $39 
DINETTE — Table 

Our Reg. $129.95 


choirs. 
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choirs. 


SOFA BEDS—Open to sleep twe . 
twin beds. Our Reg. $89.95 
full- 
length bed. Our Reg. $59.95 $28 
feam rubber in grey er toast. $900 
LOUNGE CHAIRS — In assorted 
styled, expertly constructed. Ovr $3 
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20% to 50% OFF 
5-PC. DINETTE—Table ond 4 sturdy 

end 6 $84 


waterproof saron. Ovur Reg. 
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” TRADE-IN TELEVISIONS 


SPECIAL GROUP ALL IN WORKING CONDITION 


10” and 12” § 16” and 17” 4 20” and 21” 


Table Mode's Table Models Table Models 
and Consoles and Consoles and Consoles 


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$299.95 Grundig Mahogeony 
Avtemotic Phene Combine- 
tien, AM-FM-LW, $ 

1956 model 169 
249.95 Admiral Mahogany 2- 
Specker, 4-Speed $] 17 
Console, 1956 model 

485.00 Zenith AM-FM Mahog- 
any Console Automatic Phone 
Combination, $ 

1956 model 240 
99.95 Speed Avtomotic 
‘Portable, “« 
1956 model 49 
399.95 Mahogeny er Blonde 
Radio Phone Combination, 
AM-FM 3-Speakers, Gorraord 
chonger, 12 tubes G.E. pick- 
up, 1956 

model >] 89 
119.95 Columbie 2-Specker 
Mahogany Avutemeotic Table 
Model Phono, $ 
1956 model 63 
149.95 Columbia 3-Specker 
Mahogany Avutomotic 

Table Medel 360 $93 
104.50 Webcer Avte- 

motic Portable $62 


Peis 
3 Famous Make Fans } 


64.95 Vornado - + 
Twin Casement Fan $39.95 


79.95 Vornede 3-Speed Pevers bie 


Window 
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$16.40 


Fon 
Reversible 


$29.50 
$14,99 
$10.29 


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NEW! TV and APPLIANCES! NEw: 
j NEW AIR | ryt [NEW TELEVISION 
CONDITIONERS as 


Reg. $479.95 
New 1956 


TOP BRAND 
44 H.P. 


CASEMENT 


"219 


w/thermostat 


$169 


INTERNATIONAL 


4 HP. with 159 


02900 0 OHO 


HARVESTER 
ther:nostot 
$299.95 New 1955 MITCHELL 
34 HP. Flush Mount 
$349.95 New 1956 HOTPOINT 
Fiush Meunt with 
° thermostot 
$299.95 New 1955 PHILCO 
34 HP. Plush Mount 
$4979.95 New 1956 HOTPOINT 1'% 
Fiush Mount with ‘ 
thermostot 
$319.95 New 1955 PHILCO 
1 Ton 
$349.95 New 
MAKE 324 HP 
$319.50 New 1955 RCA % 
H.P. Flush Mount w /thermostet 
$259.50 New 1955 RCA ‘2 
Mount with thermostot, 7’ 2 


thet needs no specic! 


279.95 Westinghouse 
Kitchen Exhoust Fen, 
17 95 G E 10-inch 
Ose lating Fen 
79.95 Westinghouse 
Mobilcire Fon 


Reg. $369.95, New ‘56 


TOP BRAND 
4% H.-P. 
72 Amps. 
Flush Mount Model 
With Thermostet 


"177 


Reg. $499.95, New ‘56 


MITCHELL 
2-TON 


With Thermostet 


‘299 


$51.97 
Cirevletor — $34.70 
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wo tyr Nees 
rf: GARDEN NEEDS} 
niet it Coae Go 
$1.59 


2.95 25-4. Hose with 
5-yr. guverentee 
$1,99 


2)-Series TV Console Model 
$349.95 New 1956 CHRYSLER AIRTEMP 

17-Series TV Table Model 
Fiush Mount with heoter 

T 

$209.95 Now 1950 TAMGIS MAAKE Ve Series TV Meroon Table Mode! ¢ 
Windew MAKE 21-Series TV Table Model 95 
CASEMENT with push-button 

$179.95 New 1956 PHILCO 

$339.95 New 1955 RCA 21. $939 

$179.95 New 1956 FAMOUS $79 

with radio & phone 
1955 FAMOUS 

$219.95 New 1956 ADMIRAL 21-Series 


$229.95 New 1955 G.E. 21- 
Series TV Table Model 
va 4.P. CASEMENT, 72 amos $ 8 
thet needs no specio! wiring $199 1 
$179.95 ‘5S RCA 21-Series 
eteten TV Ebony Table Model $] 34 
$389.95 New 1955 EMERSON 
wer “ eure 1988 G E. 1 Ton $239.95 New 1956 MOTOROLA 21 -Series 
vs ount dia. w/thermostot TV Console Model with olum. $149 
ontrois 
$269.95 New 19546 HOTPOINT 
Series TV Dix Console Model 
$269.95. New 1956 ZENITH 
MAKE 17-Series TV Table Model 
$399.95 New 1956 FAMOUS MAKE 21. 
New .1955 GENERAL ELECTRIC 
14-Series TV Portable Model 
$168.00 New 1956 EMERSON 21-Series 
TV Teble Medel with elum. $119 
TV Console Model with olum. 
tube $159 
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$269.95 New 1956 EMERSON 4133 
in original factory cartons 
$159.95 New 1956 PHILCO 
© $329.95 New 1955 EMERSON 

$139.95 New 1956 ZENITH 17. $ 

a HP. w. thermestet $148 112 

HP. for Cosement er Regular $1 19 $199.95 New 1956 FAMOUS 

$349.95 New 1956 HOTPOINT 
Tube 
21-Series TV Table Model $129 
2)-Series TV Console Model $167 
Series TV 3-WAY COMB. $189 
tube 
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$3469.50 New 1955 RCA 3% 

HP. CASEMENT w thermostat 

$349.95 New 1956 FAMOUS 

MAKE 1 Ten Flush Mount 

$329.50 New 1955 RCA 1 Ten 

Deluxe Model $187 
© $319.50 New 1955 RCA % $19 

HP. CASEMENT w thermostet, 

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SS 
Reg. $179.95 Brand New 1956 


ADMIRAL 


21-Series 


TV 


Ebony 
Table Mode! 


$126 


050 070 


NEW WASHERS | 


In Factory Sealed Crates 
$239.95 New 1956 FRIGIDAIRE 
AUTOMATIC WASHER 
$179.95 New 1955 BENDIX 
Semi-Autometic WASHER 
$139.95 New 1956 CONLON 
WRINGER WASHER with pump 
$299.95 New 1955 G.E. 
AUTOMATIC WASHER 
$239.95 New 1956 HOTPOINT 
AUTOMATIC WASHER 
$249.95 New 1955 KELVINATOR 
AUTOMATIC WASHER 
$299.95 New 1956 MAYTAG 
AUTOMATIC WASHER w agitator 
$229.95 New 1956 WESTING. - 
HOUSE AUTOMATIC WASHER 
$319.95 New 1956 WHIRLPOOL 
AUTOMATIC WASHER 


Reg. $239.95 New 1955 


NORGE 
AUTOMATIC WASHER 


129 
| NEW DRYERS | 


$207.99 New 1950 MacesTONt' 

ELECTRIC ogy BLACKSTONE $144 
6 New 1956 CONLON 69 

$117 


, ELECTRIC DRYER 
$179.95 New 1955 FRIGIDAIRE 
$113 
$110 


ELECTRIC ORYER 
$219.95 New 1955 G.E 
ELECTRIC DRYER 

$99 
$110 
$95 


$179.95 New 1956 WHIRLPOOL 
ELECTRIC ORYER 

Reg. $139.95 
New 1956 


$189.95 New 1955 KELVINATOR 
ELECTRIC DRYER 

ADMIRAL 
DEHUMIDIFIER 


$169.95 New 1956 WESTING. 
MOUSE ELECTRIC DRYER 

10,000 -cu. ft. copacity 
on casters. 


$1.95 Soaker Hose 


3 25 Revolving 
Sprinkler 

12.95 Deluxe Rot 
Squere Sprinkler 
1.00 Bross 

Hose Nozzles 


3.95 Handy Weeder 


RADIOS and PHONOS | 


39.95 Automoetic 45. 
RPM Portable Phono 
69.95 Birch Auto. 4 
Speed Portable Phono 
18.00 Emerson Radio 
in colors 

24.95 3-Soeed 
Portable Phono 

89.95 Admiral Auto. 
Radio-Phono Comb 
64.50 Phileo tLedies 


3-Wey Radio and i) 

Vanity ’ 
$10.88 

$129.90 


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NEW in factory sealed cartons 


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Reg. $249.95 New 1955 


KELVINATOR 


8 Cu. Fr. 
REFRIGERATOR 


w/treezer, door shelves & crisper 


"133 


$399 95 New 1955 GE I! Cu. Fe. 
T 
$19 


FREEZER 

$459.95 New 
Cu. Ft. CHEST 
FREEZER 

$469.95 New 
Cy. FF 
FREEZER 


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Phono Attachment 

225.00 Webcor Dix 

Tape Recorder 


i o5 New 1955 CROSLEY 7 
Cu. Pt. REFRIGERATOR $117 


w cross-top freerer 
$249.95 1956 FRIGIDAIRE 


10 Cy F. REFRIGERA- $167 


TOR w cross-top freezer 
$499.95 New 1955 GE 12 Cw. 
REFRIGERATOR w ovto. 


SMALL APPLIANCES | 
& HOUSEWARES | 


1955 NORGE 15 


$219 


1955 CROSLEY 14 
UPRIGHT 


3c Mini.Cube 
ice Cube Trays 


33¢ 


29.95 Universal 10-cup Avtomotic 


oon enael 18.89 
$4.88 


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$489.95 New 1956 HOTPOINT 12.2 
Cu Fe Big Bin RE- 
FRIGERATOR w/ treezer 


Reg. $419.95 New 1955 


DEEPFREEZE 


UPRIGHT FREEZER 
12 Cu. Fe. 


Now you con eat better 


for less. 
188 


NEW RANGES 


in factory sealed crates. 
1955 ADMIRAL 
Reg. $224.50 New 1955 


TAPPAN 


30-inch 
GAS RANGE 


Super- ‘7 2 9 


Specidl! 
Reg. $99.95 New 1955 


G. E. GARBAGE 
DISPOSALL 


Gets rid of food 
waste before it 


8.95 All-Meto!l Copper. 
tene lroning Board 
5.45 Chrome-Piated Whistling Teo 
Kettle with push- 

button control . 
43.95 Hamilton Beach Automatic 
Electric Mixer 

with timer 4.88 


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$269.95 New 1955 NORGE 10.6 
REFRIGERATOR w push- 
defrost & 


w/time-line 
control 


luxe Rotisserie with 

push-button controls $26.88 
24.95 Knapp Monorch Giont Size 
Qued 

Woffle tren t 
17.95 Hoover 
Steam & Dry tron 
695 G. £ 
Alerm Cleck 
5.95 Avutemetic Elec- 
tric Corn Popper 


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$2.08 
oe Coes 


49.95 Knapp Monerch Multi-Speed 
Blentior, 


copper finish 26.97 


24.95 Avtomotic Electric Deeptry 
w ‘Westinghouse ther. 

mostat, copper finish ’ 
49.95 Automatic Electric Skiller 
with cover & Westinghouse ther 
mostot, copper 

finish ’ 
19.95 Mimor Super-Sized Ladies’ 
Hair Dryer, dries hair 


$279.95 New 1955 DEEPFREEZE 
Fr 


8 Cu 
CHEST FREEZER 


$7,99 
$3.99 


Electric 


New 


399 95 
nm. ELECTRIC 


Size 
GAS RANGE 
$169.95 New 
Full-Size 
GAS RANGE 


Reg. 31c Box of 


TIDE 


1955 


$149.95 New 1955 “NORGE 
ELECTRIC DRYER, 110.220v 


Gets clothes cleaner Reg. 3 for 25« 
CASHMERE BOUQUET 


‘we | thon any soap ... 94: 
| TOILET 9 tor 7° 


in ao iiffy 

$9.95 Apex Vocuum 

Cleaner w /attachm ts 
2.98 ironing Board 

Pod & Cover 

5.95 Nylon Geared 
Hand Mixer 


AREHOUSE [*" 4 
4th Place, N.E. 


becomes garbage. 
Directions: Drive out New York 
Ave. to Bladensburg Rd., N.E.; left 
on Bladensburg Rd., under the 
Pennsylvania RR overpass, 2 blocks " 
to 24th Pl., N.E., left on 24th Pi. to qy' 
2146 and George's Newer and 
Greater Warehouse. By bus: take 
the B-2. ea 


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orders. 


sired, 


2146 24th Pl. N. 


~ TODAY! SUNDAY! 10 AM. to 6 PN. 


of the year... 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


Sunday, April 29, 1956 


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TELEVISION 


$179.95 ‘54 EMERSON 21- 
Series TV Table Model (R) . $56 
$239.95 ‘56 CROSLEY 21-Series 


TV Teble Model $] 10 


(f/s) 

$549.50 ‘SS ADMIRAL 21-Series 
TV 3-WAY COMB. with $] 19 
redio & phone (R) 

$239.95 ‘56 ADMIRAL 21-Series 
TV Table Model $139 


(f/s) 
$369.95 ‘55 CBS 21-Series $} ] 7 
TV Console Model (Rf) 
$349.95 ‘55 CAPEHART 21-Series 
TV Blende Console 
(f/s) $144 
$289.95 ‘54 PHIUCO 2!I- $99 
Series TV Console Medi. (8) 

$269.95 ‘55 EMERSON 21- $77 
Series TV Table Mode! (R) 

$259.95 "55 RCA 21 -Series 

TV Console Medel (f/s) $169 
$299.95 ‘56 FAMOUS MAKE 17- 
Series TV 3-WAY COMB. $88 
with redio & phone (®) 

$169.95 ‘56 PHILCO 17- $} 16 
Series Table Model (f/s) 

$2799.95 ‘55 ST. WARNER 21- $59 
Series TV Console Mode! (®) 
MOTOROLA 17-Series TY 3-WAY 
COMBINATION with redic $79 
ond phone (®) 

$329.95 ‘56 MOTOROLA 21-Series 
TV Mahogany Console 

(f/s >] 69 
$269.95 ‘55 PHIUCO 2!- $89 
Series TV Table Mode! (?) 
$349.95 ‘55 EMERSON 21-Series 
TV Mahogany Console 

(f/s) $95 
GENERAL ELECTRIC 1 4-Series $33 
TV Console Model (®) 
$289.95 ‘56 PHILCO 21- $] 59 
Series TV Swivelet (f/s) 

$299.95 ‘56 FAMOUS MAKE 17- 
Series TV 3-WAY COMB. $66 
with radio & phone (f) 

$279.95 ‘55 CAPEHART 17- $66 
Series TV Console Model (R) 
$299.95 ‘56 FAMOUS MAKE 17- 
Series TV 3-WAY COMB. $99 
with redie & phono (f/s 

$279.95 ‘54 HALLICRAFTER $59 
20-Series TV Table Model (R) 
$399.95 ‘56 PHILCO 24-Series 
TV Censole Model 

(f/s) $237 
$229.95 ‘55 EMERSON 17- $57 
Series TV Table Model (®) 
$299.95 ‘54 ADMIRAL 21- $88 
Series TV Console (®) 

$299.95 ‘56 FAMOUS MAKE 17- 
Series TV 3-WAY COMB. 

with radio & phono mr 18 
$349.95 ‘55 EMERSON 21. $79 
Series TV Console Model (®) 
$399.95 ‘56 ZENITH 21-Series 
TV Censole with flash- 
matic tuning (f/s) +] 88 


$329.95 ‘55 MOTOROLA 24- 
Series TV Console Model (®) 
$229.95 ‘55 EMERSON 17-Series 
TV Meheogeny Table $69 
Model (f/s) . ) 
$299.95 ‘54 WHALLICRAFTER 20- 


Series TV Table $67 


Model (®) 
21-Series 


$359.95 ‘56 PHILCO 

TV Console Model 

(f/s) $] 98 
$379.95 ‘55 MOTOROLA 21- $88 
Series TV Console Model (R) 
$499.50 "54 RCA 21-Series $95 
TV Console w/deeors (®) 

$399.95 ‘5&4 FAMOUS MAKE 21- 
Series TY 3-WAY COMB. $] 29 
with redie & phone (f/s) 

$339.95 ‘55 CBS 21-Series $98 
TV Console Medel (®) 

$369.95 ‘55 CBS 21-Series $] 29 
TV Mehogony Console (f/s) 

ST. WARNER 21-Series TV $69 
Censole Model w/deors (R) 
$229.95 ‘56 CROSLEY 21- 

Series TV Table Model (f/s) $99 
$309.95 "55 CBS 2)-Series $79 
TV Censole Model (®) 

$329.95 ‘55 WESTINGHOUSE 72!- 
Series TV Maheogony 

Console (f/s) $139 
$499.95 ‘5S FAMOUS MAKE 21- 


Series TV 3-WAY COMB. 
w/AM-FM redio & ph m? 149 
14-Series 


$168.00 ‘56 EMERSON 
TV Portable Model 
t/a +109 
$349.95 "54 RCA 21-Series $89 
TV Console Mode! (®) ' 

$359.95 ‘56 PHILCO 21-Series TV 


Console with doors $] 99 


(¢/s) 
"5S ADMIRAL 21-Series 


$389.95 

TV Console with doors 

(R) $] 44 
$249.95 ‘55 RCA 21-Series TV 
Cosele Model with alum. $] 44 


tube (f/s) 
PHILCO —17-Series 


$179.95 ‘55 
$117 


TV Console Model 
$349.95 ‘55 EMERSON 721-Series 


(R) 
oer Model $} 29 
+54 


299.95 ‘54 ADMIRAL 20- 

Series TV Console Mode! (8) 
$149.95 ‘S56 CROSLEY 17-Series 
TV Teble Medel 

(f/s) $] ] 2 
$529.95 ‘SS FAMOUS MAKE 21. 
Series TV 3-WAY COMB $ 
w/AM-FM rv. & phone (®) 199 
$349.50 ‘55S RCA 24-Series TV 


ae 
$39 


$269.95. "54 EMERSON 17. 

Series TV Table Model (®) 
$399.95 "SS CAPEHART 21-Series 
TV Blonde Console 

(f/s) $179 


| REFRIGERATORS & FREEZERS | 


$239.95 ‘55 GE. 68.1 Cw. Fr. 

REFRIGERATOR with freezer $99 

FRIGIDAIRE 7 Cu. Ft. 

REFRIGERATOR (R) 

$189.95 ‘54 QUIK-FREZ 5-5 $83 
CROSLEY 9 Cw. Fr. 

REFRIGERATOR (8) $64 

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1 Sunday, April 29, 1956 . 


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ewspaperboy Can Become This Year's 


WASHINGTON POST 
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A SIGHTSEEING TOUR of New York 
City is the beginning of the “Junior 
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the representative of our city will meet 
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‘THE OVERSEAS FLIGHT starts at New 
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The Washington Post and Times Herald os 


Sought Support of Lee, 
th Dist. Hopeful Says 


By Harrison Hagemeyer 
Stal Reporter 
The “bossism” issue in the 
Democratic race for nomination 
to Maryland's Sixth District 


Congressional seat has taken| 
an unexpected twist 

J. Grahame Walker, who has} 
charged throughout the cam- 
paign that his major opponent 
John R. Foley is a “captive can 
didate” of party leaders 
Brooke Lee and Ward Cadding-| 
ton, said in a statement yester-| 
day that a report he telephoned | 
Lee's home to solicit support) 


the day before he filed is true.| PF mary election 


he had called) 
chairman” 
that 


Walker said 
“every precinct 
Montgomery County 
He said he told them 
running and added he would) 
be happy 
port me.” 


Answers Charge 


Mahoney 
Discusses 
(Integration | 


BALTIMORE, April 28 \(?— 
George P. Mahoney, lamenting 
the injection of integration 
into the Senate campaign, has 
made it clear that if elected, 
he would “abide by” the oath 
“to support the Constitution 
and laws of the United States.” 

His statement was in re- 
sponse to a charge he told East- 
ern Shore voters he is *gainst 
integration. 

The statement said those 
“who are opposed to integra- 
tion should seek a remedy only 
within the framework of the 
Constitution, and that remedy 
does not lie with the Senate.” 

In issuing the statement in 
which he said he wanted “to 
make my position clear,” Ma- 
honey took a stand that does 
notivary noticeably with that 
taken by his principal oppon- 
nent for the Democratic nomi- 
nation, Millard E. Tydings. 

The latter has pointed cut to 
¢ritics Of ‘the Supreme Court 
decision outlawing the segrega- 
tion of white and Negro pupils 
in public schools that the Su- 
preme Court is empowered to 
interpret the meaning of the 
Constitution. 

The question of integration 
came up when an Eastern 
Shore attorney, Raymond D 
Coates, of Berlin, wrote in a 
letter to The Baltimore Sun 
that Mahoney had told a group 
of Eastern Shore voters he was 
against integrat 

Mahoney said, as he recalled 
the incident, he _ carefully 
skirted the issue in his conver- 
sation with them 

Del. Russell Hickman (D.- 
Worcester) said the letter was 
“pure Tydings propaganda” 
and said Coates was “an ardent 
Tydings man.” 

Mahoney said his recollec- 
tion of the incident in a Berlin 
store was that the people there 
“had very strong feelings on 
the subject of school integra- 
tion. Rather than get into any 
lengthy discussion of the sub- 
ject, I simply said that I fully 
understood their interest in 
school problems.” 

Hickman, who said he was 
with Mahoney at the time, said 
the candidate “never made 
any commitment.” 

Coates said he was not pres- 
ent in the store when the dis- 
cussion occurred. But he said 
those present would confirm 
his report of it. Three of the 
four in the store told the Sun 
they had read the letter before 
it was mailed and vonfirmed it 
The fourth said the letter was 
substantially correct in detail 
but added he had not given 
Coates permission to use his 
name. 


Voter Links 
Pollack to 
Jail Threat 


James H. (Jack) Pollack, po- 
litical leader of Baltimore's 
Fourth District may face crim- 
inal charges arising from testi- 
mony that he threatened an ex- 
convict with jail unles the man 
would support the right can- 
didate in the'senatorial pri- 
mary. 

State’s Attorney Anselmo 
Sodaro said yesterday he has 
ordered testimony in the trial 
of 33-year-old’ Albert Sattler 
written up to determine wheth- 
er the grand jury should be 
asked to consider criminal 
charges against Pollack, ac- 
cording to the Associated 
Press. 

Sattler te 


ion 


stified Pollack 
phoned him April 11 and said: 
“I understand you are going 
to vote for (George P.) Ma- 
honey.” 

Sattler said he was and Pol- 
lack, according to testimony, 
answered: “I want you to go 
for (Millard E.) Tydings and 
if you don't you are going to 
jail. Think it over.” 

Sattler was on trial for voting 
illegally in the 1954 general 
election because he had lost 
the right to vote when he was 


convicted of robbery in Massa- 


chusetts eight years earlier. 

Sattler did not contest the 
charge 
* Pollack, who supported H. C 
Byrd against Mahoney in 1954. 
was called to the stand by Sat- 
tler’s attorney Judge James, 
Carter told him he did not have’ 
to testify because he was being 
asked to give testimony “which 
might result in charges being 
brought against him.” 

Pollack did not testify. 

In view of the possible grand 
ury inquiry, Judge Carter de- 


case, 


“if they cared to sup-| 


| ported 


man, was not at home. Walker’ 
said, and the message was taken 
by his wife. 

Walker said he had not talked 
to Caddington and added: “I 
have never sought machine sup- 
port.” 

The County -counciiman—re— 
iterated his charge that Foley, 
‘who is being backed by Cad- 
idington and Lee, among others. 
is being “used by the Lee-Cad- 


E | dington machine.” 


The bossism issue this week 
icontinued to suprly most of ree. 
excitement in the campaig 
which will end with the May 7 
Foley says 
he is “independent” 


that an 


in| candidate with support in all 
day i 


he Wasi 


wings of the party 

Montgomery Democrats are 
involved in a bitter primary 
campaign between opposing 
slates running for delegates to 


i+) . . 
Lee. who is a precinct chair-| the State Democratic Conven 


One of the slates is sup- 
by the forces of Cad- 


tion 


eee 


dington and Lee and the other 
by insurgent Democrats in the 
western suburban and Kensing- 
ton-Wheaton area. 


Yoley and Walker have en-) 


tered the final week of the 
campaign still unable to find 
an issue on which they disagree. 
Both liberal Democrats, the two 
candidates are continuing to 
blast the record of incumbent 
Rep. DeWitt S. Hyde (R-Md.) 
and express similar viewpoints 
on most other issues. 
The third candidate, Beth- 


7 esda Chevy Chase Rescue Squad | 


Chief Robert W. Cremins this! 
sere revealed that he differs 
widely from his opponents on 
at least one issue—school in- 
tegration. 

“I am not a fanatic on it,” 
Cremins said, “but I am op- 
posed to integration. I believe 
we should go siow.” 

All three candidates 
scheduled a busy week of last- 


his 


Golden Wedding 


have’ 
_Bethesda Recreation Center. 


WASHINGTO 


N 0.C 


Mr. and Mrs. Charles 6B. 
| Haley, who live with a son, 
| Mirttie S. Haley, 5610 Ruatan 
st., College Park, wilt cele- 
brate their golden wedding 
anniversary today. she 
Haleys also have two daugh- 
ters and four grandchil- 
dren. 


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sun 


ern Maryland counties _that,' the 


with Montgomery, make up the 
Sixth District. 

Only one face-to-face meeting 
of the three candidates is 
slated for the final week of the 
campaign. That will be Tuesday ' 
night at a meeting in the North 


ton 


Store Hours Monday: Langley Park, Md., 


LANGLEY PARK, MARYLAND 


Tydings, Sothoron Speak 
At Marlboro Barbecue 


Millard E. Tydings carried, nomination 


Democratic 
tion into friendly territory yes-' 
terd 

Braving a sizzling afternoon 


66-year-old candidate outlined troubles of his own,” 
a four-point campaign platform! quipped. | 
before an audience of some} 
1800 Prince Georges County' 
Democrats. | 

Tydings pledged himself to &™’ equipped with sound trucks 
work toward a 
quest for world peace” 
strong national defense. He al-' 
minute campaigning, including) so promised to bolster farmers. 
swings through the four west-|into a position of 


boost the interest of Washing 


The “free beer and barbe 
cue” 
Prince Georges County's Dem 
ocratic organization for Tyd 
ings and L. Harold Sothoron. 
iwho is seeking the Democratic 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, April 29, 1956 B15 _ 


Fed 


moral and just obligation” 


3 ' 


sional candidate also said the make a Federal contribution to 


aareas where it effects local 
to school construction needs. 


eral Government “has 


. By Laurence Stern 

Staff Reporter 
for Maryland's 
campaign for Maryland’s| Fifth Congressional District. 
senatorial nomina-| Tydings refrained from 
digging at his rival, George P.| 


‘Mahoney. ‘ | 


ay. 
‘Tm not going to go! 


at Marlboro race track. the 4fter him today. He's got enough| 
Tydings| 

The rally was preceded by a) 
motorcade of Sothoron support- 


“gangster-proof| blaring the name of the county 

and a organization's “favorite-son | 

jcongressional candidate. Soth-! 

inj ron is seeking to unseat in-| 

and|cumbent Rep. Richard E. Lank 
ford. 

Sothoron took the speaker's 
stand to plead for strengthening 
of the United Nations “where 
the peoples of the earth can 
meet at council table and solve 
world problems with good will 
and intelligence.” The congres-| 


“parity” 
national economy 
area Federal workers. 


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MarcianoComes Shining Through to the Last 


With Shirley Povich 


BOSTON, April 28—There were strong motives, of 
course, that spurred Rocky Marciano to toss his world 


heavyweight championship 
away from bigger money 


back to the mob and walk 
than he had reaped in 10 


rugged years in the prize ring. 
They were impelling reasons, but 


at the same time so simple 
honest that Rocky 
succeed in communicating t 
his whole audience, especiall 
uncomprehending folks 
infest the prize fight business 
go desire his and 


to exalt wile 


could not 


and so — 
quite 

hem to 

y those 


known to 


Rocky's 
family 


above the glamor and profits of the 


heavyweight title, couldn't qu 
a bell with them 
The Rock 


Even as took h 


ite ring 


is leave 


of the title officially, by saying he was 


all through with fighting, 
that's what my family wants a! 
what I want,” the skeptics beg 
ing under the 


because 
id that’s 
an look- 


bed for angles that would explain his move 


Love of family couldn't be accepted, per se. 
So they said that Rocky was doing this thing as a favor to | 


the Internationa] Boxing Clu 


Government as a monopoly 


b, which is being sued by the 


to show that the IBC doesn’t 


control the heavyweight title. And they said he was just 
| paving the way for an elimination series that would bring 
him back to fight the winner for a monster gate. The idea 
| of a man quitting because he loves his wife and baby and 
mother had to be rejected. 

CONCEIVABLY. a fellow giving up the title like Rocky 

did. could have been coached to do so by the IBC as a 
| desperate move to beat a Government suit, but I have grave | 
doubts that Mary Ann Marciano, age 3%, could be coached 
to say what she said last night. 

Little Mary Ann apparently was answering all the phone 
calls at the Marciano household on this great day in the life 
of the Marcianos, and there were few preliminaries in her 
response, which went like this 

“Hello, you. My Daddy does not going to fight nobody no | 
more at all. My Daddy does not going to fight nobody no | 
more at all, good bye.” 

Back in Brockton these last four years since Rocky was | 
defending his title, Mrs. Marciano was keeping a rigid box 
score. “He was home only 152 days in those four years. 
Never for more than two weeks at a time. 

“I told Rocky it was embarrassing to have to re-introduce 

| him to his own daughter every time he came home.” 


ROCK Y'S PLACE among the heavyweight champions may 
long be debated, and there are some who will contend that 


his skills were limited to two facets, his ability to absorb a 
punch and deal one out. But indisputable is the brightness 
of the record he takes into retirement with him: 49 fights, 
49 victories, no draws, no defeats, no peers at the trade in 
his own time. 

Just as he refused to be beguiled by the glamor of the busi- 
ness of being the heavyweight champ, Rocky remained the 
home-town boy in his final act as champ. While the big city 
reporters in New York were assembling at the press confer- 
ence he had called, and wondering what the nature of his 
announcement might be, Rocky bethought himself of an old 
friend in Brockton. 


Rocky telephoned Mrs. Marciano in mid-morning saying 


| he was keeping his pledge to her that he would retire before 


May |. Then he said, “I'm announcing it at noon. But call 
Vie Dubois at the Enterprise and tell him he can have the 
story right now because I want him to have it first.” 

And so it was that Rocky, even on his busiest day, was re- 
membering the home town sports editor who helped to launch 
him to fame, and so it was that Vie Dubois of the Brockton 
Enterprise had a clear beat on the big story. 


I HAPPEN to know that the thought of retirement began 
to germinate with Rocky last summer when he went into 
training for the Archie Moore fight, and that it was greatly 
intensified the same night he knocked Moore out at Yankee 
Stadium 


little Mary Ann. 
| He was every wonderful little girl's fond Daddy. and the 
| fact that hie was champion of the world was easy for him-to 


| “and it’s about time maybe that I started listening. 


At Grossinger’s, Rocky didn't go in for much fight talk. 
The light of his day was the evening phone call to Brockton 
and his long conversation with first his wife and then with 
Talking to his daughter, he was at play. 


forget. 

That night he knocked out Moore in Yankee Stadium there 
was usual post-fight celebration at the Hampshire House, 
Never did a winning fighter appear to be so unhappy. For 
his well-wishers, Rocky smiled only weakly. He was exulting 
not at all. His chagrin at the fact that Moore had dumped 
him on his pants in the first round was still showing. un- 
obliterated by the fearful beating he finally dealt out to Moore. 

“Barbara wants me to quit fighting,” he said that night, 
All the 
people in Brockton like me so much I don't ever want to lose 
a fight. Every time I fight I always hear them yelling, ‘Atta- 
boy Rocky,’ and I can't let them down.” 

It was typical of Marciano’s honesty that he named Archie 
Moore as the No. One contender for the title he vacated. 
Moore was the only fighter he had actively disliked. Archie's 
name-calling campaign before getting the title fight had hurt 
the sensitive Marciano, yet after he beat the man. he could 
still rate him best of the rest As in all of his other tests, 
Marciano once more could come shining through 


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Nats Down Orioles Again as Pascual Fans 
Vernon’s Two-Run Homer Upsets Yankees, 


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SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1956 


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By Shirley Povich 
Sen@ Menerter 

BOSTON, April 28 — Some 
strategy the Red Sox devised 
last November, paid off hand-| 
somely for them this afternoon 
when Mickey Vernon whacked 
a two-run homer that was the} 
big blow of a 64 victory over 
the Yankees 

At a time when the Sox were 
needing a run to tie the Yan-| 
kees in the seventh inning, the 
venerable Vernon, who was ac- 
quired from Washington in the; 
November deal to handle just} 
such chores, belted one over) 
the bullpen fence in distant! 
right center. | 

It was an anguished gang of| 
Yankees who, at the finish, were | 
beaten for the first time in six} 


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Series of Week 
Editor's note: The major 
league baseball season is 
warming up, so Columnist 
Shirley Povich is out cover- 
ing the big games. 

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one-man show yesterday. He did made it two straight over the 
everything but sell peanuts as Pittsburgh Pirates with a 5-2 
th: Nats again turned back the victory. 

Baltimore Orioles, 
went over the .500 mark for'in the fifth straight full-length 
ithe first time this season. 


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BROOKLYN, April 28 
The Brooklyn Dodgers, who re- 
gained their batting punch with 
their return to friendly Ebbets 
22-year-old | Field, exploded four runs in 
put on aithe seventh inning today and 


By Bub Addie 
Staf! Reporter 

Camilo Pascual, 
uban righthander, 


53. They! Big Don Newcombe, turning 


_ipitehing performance for 
More than 10,000 school chil-' Brooklyn, bested even bigger 


_ were on hand as guests of young Dick Hall on the pitching 
e 
Times Herald and the ball club 


Washington Post and) mound, giving up nine hits and 
striking out nine. But Newk 


A Griffith Stadium crowd of had to work hard until the big 


|15,997, of which only 3873 cus- inning eased his task. 


itomers were of the cash variety, 
\saw Pascual perform these out-' apout 
'standing feats: 


; 


|'Mar.ager, played his usual mu- 
i sical 
faced the firing line. Bill Wight 
'started and was knocked out in 
ithe third. He gave up all of 
| Washington's 
icharged with 


| total to 30 for three games. 
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‘and drive in two runs. 


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year. 
Use Five >itchers 


A crowd of 17,506, including 
10,000 Knothole Gang 
_|imembers, saw the Dodgers 
Strike out 12 men to run his | blow a fourth-inning scoring 
eg  |opportunity after Gil Hodges 
yet four of the Nat's 13 hits had started the scoring in the 
‘ | second with his third homer of 
Win his second victory of the|the season. They fell behind. 


Paul Richards, Baltimore 


chairs as five pitchers 


runs and was 
the loss. Babe 


Famous vo WY Since 1911 


Behind Newcombe, 5-2 


2-1. in the seventh and then 


blew the lid off 

The 6foot-6 Hall (absorbing 
his second defeat of the season 
after compiling a 66 record for 
Pittsburgh last season, also did 
a solid job and allowed nine 
hits. But he couldn't cope with 
Brooklyn's long-range swatting. 

Junior Gilliam opened the 
Dodger seventh by driving his 
third homer of the season over 
the right field storeboard. 
Jackie Robinson walked, took 
second on Duke Snider's sacri- 
lice and managed to wriggle 
back to the bag safely in a run- 
down after being trapped off 
base on Hall's throw 

After Roy Campanella flied 
out, Hodges was purposely 
passed. Car] Furillo bounced a 
double off the right field 
screen, scoring Robinson and 


See DODGERS, Pg. 5-C, Col. 1 


the Baseball Writers Associa- 
tion, and is recognized as one 
of the country’s outstanding 
baseball] writers. 

This season he will cover 
the 
either the National League or 
American League, as the 
races develop. His current 
stories on the Yankee-Bosox 
series are the first in this 
category. 


“Series of The Week” in | 


Others will follow. 


attempts by Boston this season 


whipped up a scene of 
general outrage in the eighth 
when Umpire Eddie Rommel 
denied a home run to Mickey 
Mantle 

Eventually, Mantle was limit- 
ed to a triple, Yankee Manager 
Casey Stengel was thrown out 
of the game, and the contest 


They 


was played out under an official, | _ 


if useless, protest by the Yan- 
kee: 

A tremendous fly by Mantle 
off Relief Pitcher Dave Sisler 
in the eighth with Jerry Cole- 
man on first and the Yanks 
trailing, 5-3, appeared momen- 
tarily to be tying the score as 
it headed for the dead-center 
bleachers. 

The ball seemed to go into 
the front seats of the bleachers 
before rebounding onto the) 
playing field, but Umpire Rom-' 
mel who had drifted far back 
to the fence, signalled fran-! 
tically that the ball was still | 
in play. Stephens’ relay held 
Mantle to three bases as Cole- 
man scored 

The Yankees’ top brrss went! 
catapulting out of the dugout 
in a frontal attack on Rommel. 
with Stengel ranting and ges- 
ticulating in his most furious 
outburst in vears. But Rommel 
held his ground, ruling the ball 
had never gone into home run 
territory 

“It hit the 
and bounced 


top of the wall 
back,” Rommel 
said. Stengel’s protest of the 
play, which involved strictly 
umpire’s judgment, seems head- 
ed for quick dismissal. 

Stengel later declared he was 
angered, particularly, by Rom- 
mel’s refusal to consult his col- 
league umpires before making 
a final ruling. 

After Mantle’s triple had nar- 
rowed the Réd Sox lead to 5-4, 
that Yankee rally_expired on 
Yogi Berra’s fly to center. 

The pitching hero of the day 
was young Dave Sisler, making 
his third major league appear- 
ance. He contained the 


kees after relieving Ike Delock, | 


who took over after Frank Sul. 
livan had battled Bob Turley to’ 
a 2-2 tie for six innings. ~ 

There was little indication 
at the outset that the Red Sox 
this day were to break their 
five-game losing streak. 

Mantle doubled McDougald' 


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'Birrer, Hector Brown, Mel Held 
and George Zuverink followed 
‘Wight. While they kept the 
|'Nats scoreless, each gave up at 


CAMILO LOOKS ON—Camilo Pascual, (left), whose pitch- 
_ ing and hitting won the game, has a close-up of this play in 

the Nats’ 5-3 victory over Baltimore at Griffith Stadium | 
yesterday. First Baseman Roy Sievers fields a bounder by | 


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beats him te the bag for the 


putout in the fifth inning. Pascual fanned 12, made four 
hits, posted his second victory of the young season, mov- 
ing the Nats above the .500 mark. 


Career Boy 
Injured; May 
Miss Derby 


LOUISVILLE, Ky., April 
28 (#—Trainer Syl Veitch said 
today Career Boy is a doubt- 
ful starter for the Kentucky 
Derby. 

The C. V. Whitney colt has 
suffered a severe bruise on 
the right hind foot, Veitch an- 
nounced. 

Rated second in the winter 
books odds for the May 5 
Derby at Churchill Downs, 
Career Boy was second to 
non-derby eligible Toby B. 
in the $25,000-added Blue 
Grass Stakes at Keeneland 
Thursday. 

Veitch said the injury was 
noticed after the black colt 
galloped on the Downs track 
inis morning. 

Veitch said the Whitney 
Derby hope would be galloped 


| again tomorrow morning be- 


fore any decision is made on 
entering him in the’ Derby. 


Schoolboy Sets 


High Jump Record 


| PITTSBURGH, April 28 | 
Walt Mangham, New Castle 
(Pa.) high school’s jumping 
whiz, today bettered the recog- 
national interscholastic 
high jump record with a mighty 
‘leap of 6 feet 9% inches. 

The lanky 6-foot-3 schoolboy 


nized 


lays of the Western Pennsyl- 
vania Interscholastic Athletic 
League. Charles Dumas of 
Compton, Calif., established the 
recognized national mark of 6 
feet 9%5 inches last May. 


ieetieenee Third at Churchill 


it was used by Swaps last year| 
‘as a springboard to his Derby 
\victory, was watched closely bY'Derby company, 
| Derby observers. 


gained, especially since E. Gay) 
| Drake, 


lengths. 


Swoon’s Son Deteats 


Six Derby Candidates 


LOUISVILLE, Ky., April 29 “»—Swoon's Son, a sprinter with 


little Derby ambitions, streaked to the wire ahead of six candi- 
dates for the Rose run in today’s Churchill Downs feature. 


got second place by a head over Terrang, one of the top Derby 
hopefuls. ° 


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Swoon's Son's margin was 4% the mile and a quarter Derby 
: ‘route. 
The $5000 race, a six-furlong| 


1:10 1/5. 
Despite presence of 

| the opening 
day crowd made him an even- 

But nothing conclusive was meney favorite. 

Swoon’s Son paid $4.40, $4 

52.60. Manassa returned 


the 


Swoon'’s Son's owner, and 


|has indicated he has no inten-| $27.20 and $7.40 and Terrang 
tions of trying his horse over! paid off $3.20. 


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least one hit. 

Just for variety, Pascual got 
his hits off Wight, Held and 
Zuverink, The only reason he 
didn’t hit Birrer was because he 
didn’t face that gentleman. 

Despite his brillian perform- 
ance, Pascual was spotty. In 
only three innings was he able 
to get the side out in order but 
he generally managed to ex- 
tricate himself when real dis- 
aster threatened. 


Orioles Tie Score 


He fanned at least one man 
the last eight in- 
hings, making him a jewel of 
consistency. Six times during 
the game he struck out an Ori- 
ole with a man in scoring posi- 
tion. 

The Nats got their first run 
with two out in the first inning. 
Karl Olson singled, stole sec- 
ond and scored on Jim Lemon's 
single after Roy Sievers had 
walked. 

Baltimore tied it up in the 
second inning on singles by 
Gus Triandos 


‘Robin Roberts bested Johnny,and Wayne Causey. With two 


Antonelli on the mound for the oyt in 


the second, Pascual 


ur fifth straight time today as tw0) singled for his first hit, moved 
Manassa, a rank outsider, was running fastest at the finish and|home runs by Richie Ashburn) yp when Eddie Yost walked and 
and some heads up—and feet came in on Dick Tettelbach’s 
‘up—play by Stan Lopata gave single. 


‘the Phillies a 62 victory over 
the Giants. 


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The little pitcher figured 
prominently in the third when 


| In the first seven innings, the' the Nats got three more runs to 


‘Antonelli, including Ashburn’s 
‘first homer, but they went into 
‘the ninth with a 2-2 tie 

In the ninth Henry Thomp- 
son, who had replaced Castle- 
‘man, threw wild past first on 
Lopata’s slow roller. Lopata 
reached second on the play, 
‘took third on an infield out and 
seored the tie-breaking run 
‘when Thompson bobbled Rob- 
erts’ grounder after Andy Sem- 
inick had been passed. 
Ashburn then drilled his sec- 
‘ond homer against the upper 
right field stands to complete 
a four-run inning. 
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Great Day for Cubans 
At Griffith Stadium 


Manager Chuck Dressen 
and the rest of the Nats 
yesterday helped Pedro 
Ramos observe a big day— 
his 21st birthday—in an im- 
promptu party in the dress- 
ing room after the Orioles 
game. 

Dressen presented the 
young right-hander with a 
foot-high cake, 24 inches in 
diameter. The cake had 
rose trimmings with base- 
ball figures, instead of can- 
dles, on an iced diamond. 
The inscription read: 
“Washington Senators; 
Happy 21st Birthday.” 

Camilo Pascual, Ramos’ 
best friend and roommate, 
made the presentation in 
Spanish and Pete laughing- 
ly insisted on giving his pal 
the biggest cut. Ramos 
made his acceptance spegen 
in Spanish which was trdans- 
lated: “It’s a great day for 


the Cubans.”"—Bob Addie. 


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Navy Crew 
Second to 
Cornell 


ITHACA, N. Y.., 
Cornell's defending intercolleg- 
jate rowing champions, making 
their first start of the year, de- 
feated Navy and Syracuse over 
a one-mile course late today 
amidst rain, lightning and 
thunder. 

High winds forced reschedul- 
ing of the race, originally plan- 
ned for two miles on Lake Cav- 
uga, into a one-mile course on 
Cayuga inlet, but the change 
made no difference to the Big 


April 2 


aryland Downs Navy, 10-95 


Nears Lacrosse ‘Title 


Jim Strott. 
Scores 
Four Goals’ 


By Dave Brady 


Staff’ Reporter 
Before 11,500 howling lacrosse 
fanatics, Maryland took a giant 


> 


-late-in the game here today to. 
‘overpower Virginia, 


step toward the national title’ 


lyesterday by making Navy its 
20th straight victim, 10-5, at Col- 
llege Park. 

| At the noisy urging of 1100 
m'dshipmen in winter blues who 
isweitered in the 86-degree tem- 
jperature in Byrd Stadium—in- 


Mt. Washington 
Downs Virginia 
In Lacrosse 


CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va 
April 28 #— Baltimore's Mit 


Washington lacrosse team was 
forced to come from behind 
17-10, in a 
free-scoring contest. 

The ‘Wolfpack lagged behind 
during practically all the sec- 
ond quarter and most of the 
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mer Johns Hopkins All-Amer 
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iserve a winning streak that cov- 
tes core ood het & om aaa lered five games. 
aad wen by ene and theeb However, Maryland's depth 
quarters lengths over Navy stand ' of talent spread the endurance | 
winning the Tip Goes trophy. ™ | ‘burden in the scorching sun} 
Syracuse was third , : ) | jand accounted for the defend- 
 Garnell led by one-half ing national champion Terra- 
length at the quarter mile and meme ; % nen il case victory of the 
on ggg Mage Bee ee + of ) vin, Army and Johns 
mark. The times were Cornell) {Ho} pkin now stand between 
4:59, Navy 5:05.6, and Syracuse | sorviend and its second unde- 
5-148. Ks Ps : feated season in a row 


ao a In the first game in which 
Cornell's junior varsity and [All-America attackman Charley 
Navy's freshman crews won 


‘Wicker failed to score, Jim 
two-mile races on the lake Strott was Maryland's high man 
earlier. Tie with four goals. 

Cornell's jayvee crew over- | Strott took a pass from Jim 
came Navy's half-length lead Keating, All-America midfield- 
at the three-quarter mile mark, er, with 2 minutes 30 seconds 
and held even or slightly ahead | gone and smartly faked and 
until an eighth of a mile from |slammed home a goal for a 
the finish. Navy took the lead ‘lead Maryland never put in 
briefly, by as much as one or danger. 
two seats, then was overtaken 


despite a 36-stroke at the finish. Only in the fourth quarter 
; a ained th did Navy hold the Terrapins 

Eighty-Foot Victory Maryland and Navy. Here Navy's try for a goal misses. Note Goudy (20). Maryland won, 10-5, and probably retained the 

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ground with two Navy men, Capt. Matt Burt (43) and John | 
Carter 15) driving in. Defending the Maryland goalis Harry | 


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Penn Third on Potomac 


GW High Crew Wins 
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By Martie Zad 


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Santee Runs 
4:12.6 Mile; 
Asks Backing 


, Va., April 28 & 
|Wes Santee, his field weakened 


itacular saves, ending up with 
18 
| Ron Beagle, Navy's second 
jteam All-America mid fielder 
lalso shone to advantage in the 
rough scrambles for the ball 

But the Terrapins outmanned 
the Middies and in the end had 
59 shots to 26 for the Middies. 

Terrapin goalie Jimmy Kap- 
pler had nine saves and played 
more like a midfielder, once 
clearing the ball for 60 yards 
on a dazzling bit of broken 
field running. 

Co-Coaches Jack Faber and 
Al Heagy shuttled midfielders 
in and out without loss of cali- 
ber and All-America defense- 
man John Simmons had a field 
day harrying and checking the 
frustrated Middies. 


\which resembles a gaily-colored 
cuse, which took water near | Scey aie tan fae a 
the finish, was not given a fin-| 
Over Penni 
2% boat lengths at times. The | ver enn in 
times were Navy 11:06, rneli| FR] k 1] C 


iNavy goalie Cliff Eley of 

eet thie Severna Park, Md., won non- 
The Middie freshmen led! 
cuse 11:13.2 and Cornell! 
11:16.2. | 


In this springtime spectacular, 
11:27.4 to Navy's 11:28.6. Syra-| 
ipartisan acclaim with his spec- 
from the start, by as much as 
Princeton crews won fresh- 


man and varsity 150-pound| PHILADELPHIA, April 28) NORFOLK 


races earlier in the afternoon.'(#~Yale led all the way and| 
by the threat of Amateur 


Cornell was second in both | 
finished four lengths in front) The George Washington High School varsity crew rowed its Athletic Union reprisals against 


races, raced in the varsity and 
was third. Cornell won the of favored Penn today to WIM bet racd of the year in a one-length victory over Washing-'anyone competing, ran a dis- 


jayvees lightweight r ac e,|the Blackwell Cup rowing fea-ton-Lee in the feature event of a nine-race regatta on the|appointing 4:12.6 mile today in 


Princeton was second anditure over the mile and five- Potomac River yesterday ithe Norfolk Virginian-Pilot 
Navy third. sixteenths course along the The University of Pennsylwania junior varsity lightweight | Relays. 
while Penn, winner of the Hen- Club just below Key Bridge. imembers of the six-man field 
M ‘ ] ley on the Thames last year, It was the second victory in three days for the Alexandria dropped out, including Walt 
rcycle 
oto cy cle Fie d 7:28.0. Columbia was third at of Philadelphia. | =“iace now competing for the 
7:38.0. | Water conditions limite 
At Marlboro Apparently angered by the 
second to take the junior var- of practice this week. But the |S/tY and junior varsity four-| AAU’s action, Santee called on 
April 28—Twenty-four vear old Sity event with the last quar- lack of drills was hardly ap-|0ared events. 
Tommy McDermott will lead a George Washington won the/largest ever to see a track 
Yale was clocked at 7:25.4. Penn flawlessly rowed its way over/races for the third, fourth and| meet in Virginia—to “back him > ao AE 
motorcycle drivers in Sunday’s ogee bw Mao gh oes head wind failed (feature. has. Heyward 
ia was tnifa @ Even a pesky head wind failec Owen 
racing program at Marlboro P P But Santee, barred for life from ’ Ba wet 
The Norfolk, Va.. mechanic ¢ve™t '2 7:35.6 with Yale sec-|displayed by GW. Washington- event that draws all the atten-| 4mateur competition by the eens”: pecerssceee sd : 7 
will try to repeat his victory of OMd in 7:41.0 and Columbia'Lee was timed in 5:31 and the tion and the comment. This one| AAU for allegedly y acorine:  Navy—Robinson. Curtis. 
obnstene, Carte land— 
record of 27.35 minutes for 40 captured the varsity light- mile in 5:40.1. ‘George Washington coac hy meet promoters, added aesche, Notker %. Substitutions; Navy 
miles. weight row in 7:40.2. The other eight races were Julian Whitestone: 7 hope that you will realize Johnston. Bass. Livingston. Ducan Reb. 
4 1 gag m8 Sener, Fe Feertemilier, Mc- 
¢ er sie 
amateur and expert drivers be- HIGH SCHOOL 'ginia high schools, and the Gen-|iNg the best I've coached. It is AAU) . trying “0 do, not ore ss seit 
ginning at 1:30 p.m. A 30-lap lerals of Washington-Lee won| ot better than our 1954 na-|'O US, Dut to the young Kids 
amateur drivers and a 50-lap| i, Sapweer’s 118 bio = 12 W-L came home first in the|the boys keep improving and|‘® Put on a performance. 
main event for experts head we get some good weather for|. © — ran a 4:20 mile to Richardson for 
Gump me un—St. Christe- 
Tom Hickman, 6th, 2 en. the races between the sixth and imeem Canam Tal < — = 
Zo on to a great crew—<cer- - any vejeune and — . 
S| ee apd . tee’s Quantico team Wednesday British T itle 
The Presidents fell behind to the f K “— o 
a fine start by W-L in the first|*M¢ *Ofmer Aansas star Here BOURNEMOUTH. England, 
a deck-length lead as the race| . Scarcely @ minute before the April 28—Budge Patty, 1950 
reached the quarter-mile mark. St@"t of the mile, however, 
feated fellow-American Ham 
by John T. Core, state track 
comfortable balf-length lead at = pp ol acto So ‘ne nevi ~ Richardson 1—6, 6—3. 6—3. 
the halfway point and upped % y a ate 
Dan Ferris warned that anyone'can ever to win the men’s single 
stret r the one- v “x ' 5 
tore Rae Fim pet ay Meet who competed against Santee title in the British hard courts 
, eligibility. | Patty, who lives in Paris, sel- 
Results of the other gages Two of Santee’s Quantico’'\dum m issed a volley and con- 
$:$3-2 Les Noel—formerly of Alabama the wrong foot. Richardson, of 
i118 and Roanoke College, respec- Baton Rouge, La., currently is 
, runner Bill Gilges, now in the College, Oxford 
Navy, elected to compete. In the all-British women’s sin- 
A title by ° feating 
Hamia Faces Shirley Bloomer 75, 5—i, 


Schuylkill River. shell was a distant third in main etent. A crowd of more; Just before the start of the 
. Yale was clocked at 7:17.3, than 2500 watched the races from the docks of the Potomac Boat special “military mile,” two 
M’Dermott Heads 
turned in a surprisingly poor Presidents. Thursday they swamped Prendergast High Schoo! Clarkson, former Dartmouth 
di ‘Camp Lejeune Marines. 
Yale beat out Penn by a George Washington to two days Seventh eights and both the var- 
UFFER MARLBORO, Md. la crowd of 8000 persons—|\ 
ter mile a nip-and-tuck battle./parent as the GW varsity eight) 
lar rou t 
ge group of outstanding the mile course in 5:28 minutes. fifth eights in addition to the| (Clarkson) as well as the rest of Care 
Motor Raceway. enn won the freshman to hamper to perfect rhythm) it is the varsity eight Seore Oy peryece: _ —. 
accepting - : 
last November when he set a/282in third at 8:01.0. Penn also|penn lightweights finished the|\drew this comment from |¢xcessive expense money from Strott 4. Bets. Geertemilier, MeNicholas, 
insen, Blanchard, McKenzie. Marviand— 
Races will be held for novice, ‘between the two Northern Vir-| “This crew is rapidly becom- what this organization (the 
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Pittman and Miner: Jones, Syer (7) Junior varsity eight oared race. 
the program. our workouts, I’m sure they can |>@™tee’s 4:08 in a dual meet be- 
tainly my greatest.” 
‘ . ‘ and had been expected to push arid 
200 yards of the race but took | ‘°@#Y: 
Wimbledon champion, today de- 
The Presidents moved into s Clarkson was shown a telegram 
their stroke from 33 to 36 in the which AAU national secretary |6—9 to become the first Amer: 
+ lengths back at the finish would be jeopardizing his AAU |lawn tennis championships. 
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Bob Addie’s — Cine s Big Bat Leads Redlegs Over Cubs 


Column... | 
WITH DAVE Sisler (Princeton) pitching for the Red Kluszewski | 


Sox and Dick Tettelbach (Yale) playing the outfield for 


the Nats, the American League may soon be renamed Ss bh ~ k 
“The Ivy League’... All that’s missing for a Big Three | u mac ~ 
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in the majors now is a Harvard man | 
... Whatsa matter—can't those Har- 
vards play ball? Two Homers 


Tettelbach, by the way, has the last’) Givemewatt. April 28°) fu Ne tens RIES IR EE RE i 
: ESI: ssi i ae = 2 on re aaa 


laugh on an unnamed college cence George Crowe, filling in for 
who predicted he would never reach the benched Ted Kluszewski, 
ae re ngs. | hit two home runs and a triple 
‘and drove in five runs today as 


Pete Ramos, the Nats’ newest pitch- 
the Cincinnati Redlegs wal- 


ing sensation, has a younger brother, 

Ramon, who is pitching in the Class oe or oe rae 

D, Florida State League . . . Ramon is on hour and 16 tainutes efter 

18. Pete celebrated his 2ist birthday (tno cixth inning because of rain. 

yesterday. | Crowe, who was booed lustily 
last night by fans because he 


Addie 
, ’ inh le) saves he (or |had been assigned to Kiuszew-~ 
A reader (whose signature is indecipherable) say ski's job, turned on his tormen- 


she) was talking to a felld® and his girl who were walking tors in a hurry 
along Fifth st., behind Griffith Stadium, the day one of He cracked out a three-run! 
Mickey Mantle’s homers sailed over the fence . . . The ball (homer in the first inning after) 
was hit so hard. according to the eye-witnesses, that it looked |Johnny ee er eee ag = 
' k- “There goes |Ray Jablonski ha en hit Dy 
like a flat np .» That led the girl to remar eg s pitched ball. He hit a wasted 
one of those flying saucers. triple in the third and homered 
a lin the seventh to score Frank 

AND. SPEAKING of Mantle, William L. Lindamood of (Robinson. 
Laurel, is fed up with me for “the lavish praise of this guy Wally Post followed up 


| - . “Whe don’t vou go back to Man- Crowe's first homer with a blast 
Mantle" ... He suggests ay Cont you g out of the park. Robinson, who, ; 


; . . : , > ” ; at 9 ; ¥ 4 : 
hattan where you will be near your big hero Patong you like lussewski. hed been | ge ae 
around, the Yankees could fire their public relations MaM, | henched last night, got a home > 4, | yd i x Le Xe ~~ 1} : + 
tape measure and all” . . . Shucks, man, I like it here. run in the second with Roy Mc- meetin ‘ ; siete . ‘ 
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Temple 2 : ily-outing afternoon at Resecroft Raceway, with the opening of the trotting season there May 7. hanging on fence in sun. There was no betting. 
> . 
White Sox against Bob Feller on opening day in 1940 and nd Beil cf : ) , 
this same Kennedy opened at third base for the White 50x ; 2000 W t M . . | - e 
ti) j >] 
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As Mr. Wood points out, Kennedy never has been a star an atin: : Ns ngton 
in} nia 
career as a utility man to stick around that long. — | EAGU! 
iksis i ; 
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Harry Traub of the G ’ ‘wiais S77 Totaly osecro t n | 4 1 
rounded ; 
this year... He suggests an investigation of the ball used |<~Sin id fo ein fn bo | By J . | 
* .~ ee et OUL f0F ’' = “ yy « ack W alsh ' T he National Basketball As 
today and also says Babe Ruth would have hit 100 homers \Chiiease ae at anal siait Witiniines —— 
meeting New York yester- 
_|Milwaukee neeting in y 
couple of years ago, Harry, but opinions varied, some of the |. 2. Post. McMillan 2 E-Hoak to = , ; _ ) 4 day on a Washington bid to 
, RI-Cr ' inson 2, Post. Irvin maceway yesterday—nobody Cleveland = 
hanged li rom the Ruthian era. | tinso wren owe | WASH'N trict hopes for the return of 
changed little f incon. 8— Lawrence. D »| An estimated gathering of Phil’phia professional basketball here. 
“i. 2000 men, women and children Chi — 
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rick Memorial races will be held on the first and third Thurs- ' & entry in 
free eight-race matinee offering Kan. City a the NBA, was in New York with 
Pittsburgh 
T he first race will be held at 6 p. m. on May 3 so get those |wW-Lawrence L—Minner (1-1). U—| 4:4. A ' famed trust-busting attorn 
| ixon, Gorman, Pinelli ? t have to beat a bee-line’ | ~ ey. 
Gorman, Pine T-2:3 Lost 5| 6 8 Lost j 5 ‘ 6 After keeping the Washing- 
| Action will become more in-| - , : 
WASHINGTON. §; Baltimore. 3. Brookivn. 5: Pitisburch, 2. inearly five hours, NBA Presi- 
date on fabulous Don Deskins. big tackle who was [{irst touted when Rosecroft officially opens Ranesas Cliy at Chicace. ood... cold. St. Louis at Milwaukee. ood. rain out of the meeting and told F 
re ‘ ’ 24-night parimutuel meeting TODAY'S GAMES TODAY'S GAMF< at if ting ox 
in Hawaii by M. Sgt. Woody Jones, now sports editor of Fwe other miesteaton fred wens] fier des 0: Weatenee 05" cpt Sen 01 ‘ and Arnold that no new teame 
Cleveland at Detreit_ (t)—Tt om ii-l) and Seere (1-1) . Drysdale . + (0-0 would be admitted this year. 
football next fall under Quantico’s new coach, Lt. Col. (Hand- Rosecroft—Thursday night at . she: d 
g£ Harsh ; - « 9.08 ent h _.- 7)»>——-R (0-1) and Jones (1-1) wx teams probably would be ad- 
team as a shot-putter ... Jack Vail, former Georgetown |wajjace, onetime heavyweight ae i p.m. | would have to put up $100,000. 
Asked what the money would 
out 42 in 33 innings and pitched a no-hit, norun game Massachusetts General Hos-| OFF THE PAC E—Driver and changed her name from , 
. . The report is that Ron Beagle and /pital tonight shortly after he| Benny Michael, veteran from | Faris Victory Lou to Lady | COLLEGE SATLING As Mille Miglia Onens ‘ormed Fox “it’s none of your 
John Hopkins, two Naval Academy football stars, are going eaten Ganten saieiiemian Ger diate dade ‘tases . L pe ousiness 
. , ™ : : . . - 
| . : , . . ’ : r ee . |elte U.. Navy in Middle Atlantic Cham-| cS . 
into the Marines and will report to Quantico after graduation. |" };,., i+) attaches said pre-| ors with Jimmy Larente and aes "cen te PETE... neg 'pionship B eliminations st Annapolis, 1 _— CTA, Italy, Sund *¥: pending ag.inst the NBA and 
A pat on the back for Jimmy Ritchie, Griffith Stadium [his condition was “not serious.”| youngsters. . . Michael drove seunesr: Deve Herman enet Gonsata at Georgetown Prep (2), 1:30. killed early today in the first April when the league also re- 
: . : AREA TENNIS hours of Italy's classic Mille fused to admit Washington. 
Jo * Warner of Nichols ave. se., a vendor at Griffith |!ess after 45 seconds of the; noon, 2:102/5 with Janie K. | 
hn G arner final round of a scheduled 10-| in the eighth race... He grams, and General Manager |Four-Mile Ran, Arlington, three events test of the skill and endurance. ing to deal with the NBA,” Fox 
| Jim Lynch was ae | HUNT AND STEEPLECHASE Max Berney, identified as a said. “I had the suit postponed 
group ... Mr. Warner has worked for the stadium for over jong o¢ Rocton. Soth. the sunnah ta'6 Gann RET—Mile pace: 1. Sta oe eng nT 
Cherrix). Time, 2:19 S| Pegasus Stable Inter-Scheol Morse his car skidded off the road near mitted. Now the matter is in the 
lace’s handlers had difficulty! bred enthusiasts were irked |crank); 2. Dr. Creed GJ Schooley 3. Show, Meadowbrook, 12:30. Ravenna. His teammate, Ivo hands of Mr. Arnold and his 
Ted Williams got one write-in vote for President in the |in reviving him and he had to) by the copy-cat naming of the | ™29"_Spencer ‘H. Story), Time, 2:16. | AUTO RACING ‘Badaracco, was injured. An-Jlaw firm, Arnold, Fortas and 
be helped to his dressing room.| pacer... He is a grey. (J. Larente): 2. Native Dancer (B.|) - ~ ab —_ 
| Michael) ; 3. Golden arvest (KR. Cher- | "8ceway, Upper aribero. 2:20, 
Pers: N | ‘Mear Desenzano and one of the way of our gaining admit- 
a wag to remark that Williams also could have a Nixon as |, + ,endous right cross to the| dian, was leading driver at |" rot RTii—Mite “trot: 1. Feysle Rose. | - 
c Hyla :" " Sade Burns (A.| Columbia Girls vs. Ft. Belvetr Belles 
taken to a hospital there, a hos-. means breaking up the league.” 
jpital spokesman said, \—Herman Blackman, 


CHICAGO CINCINNATI AND KIDS, TOO—Yesterday was sort of a fam- | harness horses getting the feel of the track for Even the children were on hand. It was good fun 
of note that Bob Kennedy was the leadoff hitter for the . i a echinacea if 
16 years later ... I think it’s quite a distinction, too... 
| 
it’s unusual for a man who has spent most of his big league | Brus cone P . : \ : " 2 
: | review at | AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE if oan ails 
Legion, Arlington, Va., wonders if the ball isn’t souped up 
0 ' Preppy . < 420 001 20x —9/ Brooklyn sociation took no action at its 
with this “atomic missile” . . . The ball was investigated a “ih ike It was lovely at Rosecroft New York 
experts claiming it was livelier while others said the ball had [ye a Robinson, 36 gain a franchise—ending Dis- 
pea op lost a dime. New York | 
— ws — 7 Boston 2s Morrie F 
The Washington Cycle Club drops a note that the Sand- |r! is. Lawrence 3, Piktusis 1. 90—iMin Detroit Morris Fox, president of the 
: sehesidadiinesn 42; Piktuzis Cincinnati 
, . , , = 4 Ss ,' — s © Leo@wn 7 - ae 
days of May, June and July rather than on Weanesda) ikturie 2-2 HBP -By be errors Es There was no wagering so they| Baltimore nis lawyer, Thurmond Arnold, 
bikes oiled up. jA~6i8 ito the mutuel windows. 
| YESTERDAY'S RESULTS YESTERDAY'S RESULTS iton men cooling their heels for 
t / Marines brings me up to r 4 tense Monday night a week Restos 6; ‘ 
Sgt. Nick Vella of the Quantico - VW allace KOd g ; Cleveland at Detroit. ped.. rain Cincinnati. 9 r dent Maurice Podoloff came 
k Ss Vell Desk ts to play - : Pittsbursh at Brooklyn (2)—Friend (1-1) and Law (1-2 
“Leatherneck” ... Sgt. Vella says Deskins expects to H : | | ltic rents a ; ML) ee we 
| ospita IZCC tice events are scheduled at enaeee Ms Thacare (2) Meltnce (1-1) and Kretiow (0-1) vs. Gomez ty i Monsant ino, °Rt Simmons! Podoloff informed Fox two 
some) Harwood ... Deskins has joined the Quantico track BOSTON, April 28 (7»—Coley 8:15 o'clock and next Saturday ysoore 10-2) vs. Stobbs (1-1) “and "Wieser (0-3) St. Louls of Milwaukee (2)—Pohoisky (0-0) and Flowers mitted next year and each team 
pitcher, has been sensational with Quantico... He's struck |title contender, was rushed to a aa | Battenkill Stable in Vermont 
: = ne | Today’ s Events Two Persons Killed be applied towards, Podoloff in- 
against Dartmouth Se ace “rn 
was knocked out in a bout at; Newark, N. J., scored two Vicky ... The chart makers Sescasiown, Gesene Wechtnsten. Cath- 
Fox has had an at-ti-trust suit 
liminary examination indicated; Tom Crank, comparative Jimmy Johnson served as an- HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL April 29 (®—Two persons were its individual clubs since last 
roundskeeper, who has done a fine job with the field... | Wallace was battered sense-| the fastest mile of the after- trib 
E , getically distributed pro- Metropolitan Invitational Hardceart, Miglia road race. a 1000-mile “I've washed my hands of try- 
Stadi the ball park are a faithful ; 
. au, — ~ smenees a ¢ A round bout with Bob Woodall, also steered Native Dancer 5 —— pace: 1. Stalag Hanever’ Bailey's Cress Reads Horse and Peony 
: | L Swiss driver, was killed when several times hoping we'd be ad- 
30 years. After the knockout, Wal-|' place ...A lot of thorough- | SECOND—Mile trot: 1. Santa Fe ( 
, , | THIRD—Mile pace: 1. 8m Fiske! steck car racing at Maribere Moet he . 
tome | , the other day . . . This prompted | yi er, other car struck five spectators Porter. I'll let nothing stand in 
Massachusetts primaries the y Pp Pp Woodall caught Wallace with Larente, 24-year-old Cana- | Michael: 
GIRLS SOFTBALL 
a | |them died soon after being tance to the league. even if it 
his running mate—Willard Nixon, Red Sox pitcher. chin as Coley was coming in.| Rosecroft last s@ason.. . a ae ie ile. ae ee ae a adage 


Wallace sank slowly forward!) Johnny Miller, track presi- |“s7Pa_ Mn i, Mighty Stabby Hamlin st. nw., 2. 
and there was no need for a dent, scratched from two | (8. ! , Ds cr Peasy Ann Abbee ‘i. 
os Win T . count | driving assignments . . . Bill |2:13%5. ” | 

Browns Trade Two ‘Hoyas Win Tennis |. Wallace remained in the ring} Hylan substituted for Miller | gi \j iammies st: Nevado a peers: | 

CLEVELAND, April 28 (| LEXINGTON, April 28 ™ for some time as his handlers and won with his Frysie Rose- | ¢ex)j, 3. Nerris Cook (A, Simeon), Time, 
—, = Georgetown’s tennis team swept revived him. _eroft but was fourth with | SEVENTH—Mite pace: Prudence 
ene Crovelans grater oe ho the first five singles matches; In another bout on the same! Lady Vicky ... The latter |77°"s Crank) 3. Quicker Tries 
day they have traded tackle 114 got one win in doubles to'card Tony Demarco, 146, stalk-| is the 4-year-old trotter Miller |Mersan). Time, 2:11%s. | 
Don King and Guard Gene trim VMI, 6-3, here today. Twoled, boxed and paced his way'| purchased for $16.000. Michael): 2, Amity wR, oh. 
Donaldson to the Green Bay | of the losing Keydets, however, to a unanimous 10-round deci-| Miller bought her from the Breeze (N. Wines). Time, 
Packers for two undisclosed took their men to three sets be-|siori over Arthur Persley, 140,| oi > ¥ RE ane 
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Sunday, April 29, 1956 


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Robbi 


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Lead; Bolt 


LAS VEGAS. .Nev., 


‘second successive four under 
par 68 to sound a serious threat 
but when the shooting was over 
‘today, pace setter Gene Littler 
'was still on top of the heap at 


Breaks Clubs 


April 28) 
w—Cary Middlecoff fired his’ 


the 54-hole mark of the $38,500 
tournament of champions. 


Tempestuous Tommy Bolt) 
supplied the gallery excitement) 
ifor the day by breaking two) 
‘clubs in a huff 
| Littler, seeking his second | 
istraight victory in this event, 
bettered par 36-36-72 over the 


The Leaders 


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Gene Littler 70 71 45-716 
Cary Middiecef 79 G8 GR~—715 
Gardner Dickinson Jr. 7% 70 73-217 
Frank Strenshan 74 72 73218 
Dee r 72 74 7218 
She Mayfield 7? 73 73-—~218 
Ted roll 7? 72 33-218 
Lievd Maesrum 7h 70 74-719 
pe Mare 77 oe 74.270 
Ininger 79 73 €0——-271 

A Palm 34 76 7i—~TTI 
A rf 38 7t 7ie23t 
Dew Finest ald 78 7? 72-222 
Mike Fetchtk 74 73 J3—tt3 
Heary Ransom 73 74 75—-?22 
Den Feairi "6 74 T2224 
b- ~ hr 38 74 73-228 
ulius BO 72 74-776 
ae ‘Borver 74 78 7O—281 
_ Flee a2 80 Jie? 
emmy, Bott ni 74 83-258 


-long Desert Inn Country C lub | 


course for the third day in a 
row. 

He shot a 69 this bright, warm | 
afternoon a with 69 rounds | 
of 70 and 71, goes into tomor-| 
'row’'s final mane of golf with a 
score of 210. | 

Five strokes back was Middle- 
coff, who continued a remark- 
able comeback after starting 
off Thursday with a dismal 79 

Bolt managed to get a fat 
‘eight on the ninth—actually it 
was a seven but Bolt signed for 
ithe eight on his card—when he 
used four putts from an origin- 
distance of around seven 
feet. He missed twice from two 
and again at six inches. 

Oddly enough, Bolt didn't 
break the putter. But on the 
tee shot) 
into a bush and promptly broke 
the driver over his knee. Ile 
used an 8-iron on the next shot 
and pulled the ball 

Over the knee went the 8 
iron 

Tommy finished the round 
with an 83, to go with his pre- 
vious efforts of 81 and 74 for 
a score of 238. 

After the putting display, the 
scorer asked how many strokes 
he took. Tommy estimated a 
round figure of “about 20." The 
caddy, Ben Bandura of Edmon- 
ton, Canada, thought it was 
eight. 

Later he counted 
seven but by then Bolt 


it as a 
had 


signed the card and the cight 


stood as official. . 


iw Takes Lead 


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AT THE PERFECT ANGLE FOR A CLOSE, 
CLEAN SHAVE WITHOUT IRRITATION! 


round of 
Blossom—Betsy Rawls Open in- 
vitational golf tournament. 


SPARTANBURG, S April | 


28 #—Betty Jameson continued | 
her steady play with a one-over-| 
par 72 here today and took over | 
undisputed possession 


of the 
ead at the end of the third 
the 72-hole Peach 


The San Antonio, Tex., lass 


has a 54-hole 216 total and is| 
three strokes ahead of her near-| 
est pursuer. 


Patty Berg, who shared the| 


halfway lead with Miss Jame-| 
son, came in with a 77 today for 
a 221 total. 
straight 77 for the veteran from) 
St. 
zling first round 67. 
Suggs, winner of the first two 
Peach Blossom tourneys, moved 


It was the second | 


after a siz-| 
Louise | 


Andrews, IIL. 


RAZOR into second place along with| 
Marlene Bauer Hagge. 

Betty Jameson, Texas 72% 71 72-216 

WITH FLAT-TOP DESIGN Louise Suges. Georgia 76 72 71-219 
Mariene Sauer Hasse. N.C.73 74 72-—-t49 

9 Rawis. © 67 80 73—270 

Crecker Califor Ji 76 74—22 

Mickey Wiican wa ifernia 74 72 75-—?21 

Patty Bers. Mline 67 77 7i—8? 

Mary Lena Pe a.... 79 72 Ti—22?2 
Jovee Ziske. Wisconsin _. 73 73 36-—-222 | 
Marilynn Smith. Mich. 73 75 i7—22! 
Bennie Randelph. Ohie.. 73 75 78-226) 
Reve ily Hanson, Calif... 73 77 76—226 | 

jane Garrett, Texas a0 7% 78—230 

lice Bauer. Flort . 36 78 F7—251 

Vennie Celby. Fle 16 79 T7—232 

Je Ann entice. Alabama 75 bad 36 °35 

xsNancy Maples 80 79 77-226 
Gleria Fecht, "California 75 82 81—238 | 

xPeolly Stene. 78 79 &2—229 

Kethy Cernelius. Florida 80 81 78—239 


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Pitches and Putts 


By Maury Fitzgerald 


The local golf season gets under way in earnest this week | 


with Kenwood and Burning Tree club’s member-guest tour- | 
Kenwood's event is a two-day medal 


naments on tap... 


play handicap affair. Thursday and Friday . 
event is a medal play Scotch four- 
some, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 

.. Col. Rennie Kelly and Rep. Sid 


mer 


The 
new 


Fitzgerald 
In the two most important matches, 


two tournament giants, 


scores, 
Gibson, 
professional who was disqualified last 
Monday at Kenwood for turning in an 
improperly kept card, is a member of 
the PGA tournament committee... 
Quarter-final matches 
land ~ State 
championship will be played today . 


Simpson 
Tree tourney last year .. 
at Burning Tree will include two for- 
national 
Jack Westland and Jess Sweetser 
Middle 
rule 
plays no favorites .. 


. Burning Tree's 


the 
. The field 


(R-Ill.) won Burning 


amateur champions, 
Atlantic PGA's 
for keeping pro-amateur 
Andy 
Country Club of Maryland 


toothy 


the Mary- 
team 


in 


Golf Association 


Argyle and Bethesda, 


battle it out in one, and in the other, 


Woodmont assumes the role of a David in a meeting with 


the Country Club of Maryland, defending cha mpion . 
Meade plays Rolling Road in ° 


an upper bracket match and 
Columbia and Manor clash 
for a place in the semifinals 
in a lower bracket . 


TONY McGOWAN deuced 
three 
par-three holes 


Michael Oristian and Jack 
Fales . Congressional 
opened its new 423-yard 13th 
hole and right out of the box 
popped Al 
first birdie .. 
playing with 


. Weir Gilmer, 
Woody Wood- 


of Manor club's five | 
in a match | 
with pro Clagett Stevens, Dr. | 


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ward, Garland Montague and | 


John Buntin, aced the 145- 
yard fifth hole at Columbia 

. Roger Horton, a transfer 
from Bethesda, made his pres- 
ence felt at Belle Haven by 
firing a two-under par 70 in 


a friendly match with club 
champion Joe LaSalle 

Clagett Steve ns, Manor club 
pro, will give free group les- 


sons every Thursday in May 
to women beginners at his 
club 

Two new wells, 
furnish water for the course, 
are being drilled at West- 
briar... Howard Nordlinger 
missed a three-foot putt for a 
birdie on the sixth hole at 
Woodmont and lost the hole 
to every member of his four- 
some ... Lenny Jacobs start- 
ed things by canning a 16- 
footer for the first of the 
ny birdies made on the 
eels 
followed with one from 14 
feet and Ellis Edlowitz 
canned a 12-footer ... When 
it came Nordlinger’s turn, the 
former club champion said, 
as he walked up to his putt, 
“I don’t suppose there is 
room in there for another” 

AL ROSETTA, vice presi- 


Henry J. Kaufman | 


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pany, got a call from his 
friend Jack Townsend the 
other day and was asked to 
send sets of clubs his firm 
was advertising to the other 
members of the regular week- 
end Townsend foursome at 
Bethesda... “They must live 
up to your ad in today’s 
paper, though,” warned 
Townsend ... Smelling some- 
thing fishy, Rosetta, a Ken- 
wood member, took another 
look at the ad and there down 
in the small print it read, 
“These clubs are designed 
with ‘3-dimensional balance’ 
lo increase your score.” 
Freddie White and Johnny 
Lewis, Congressional club 
bartenders, went out for a 
round of golf the other day 
and afterwards came in 
Wiffy Cox’s golf shop to re- 
port the oddest 
Congressional pro 
listened to... At the eighth, 


Lewis hit his second shot into | 


a truck being used by the 
greens ... The ball bounced 
grens ... The ball bounced 
out of the truck, hit the side 
of another and ricocheted 
back on the green where 
Lewis needed only a tap of 
some 18 inches to get his 
three Howard Foster 
came into the grill room at 
Congressional and boasted, 
“T haven't been able to get 
a birdie so far this year but 
I did get myself a duck to- 
day” ... Driving off the 10th 
tee, Foster topped his tee 
shot and hit one of the ducks 
sailing majestically on the 
pond just below... Charles 
Shepperson knocked his tee 
shot out-of-bounds on the 
10th at Belle Haven but got 
his par when he holed a 7- 
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WORTHINGTON VALLEY. 
Md., April 28—Hugh O'Dono- 
van’s temperamental gray geld- 
‘ing Lancrel had one of his bet 
ter days today as he survived 
22 fences and four miles of 
lrough crosscountry to win the 
\Maryland Hunt Cup before 
'15,000 spectators. 
| Given a beautiful ride by 19- 
year-old Frank Bonsal Jr., the 
| handsome Maryland - owned | 
‘horse raced to a 12-length vic- 
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\Jr.’s Rayquick in the good time 
lof 8 minutes, 571/5 seconds 

Gofetchi, with-owner - rider 
|William B. Thompson up, took 
lthe show two lengths behind 
|'Rayaquick. 

The large crowd, which lined 
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out over the Green Spring Val! 
ley estates Mr. Gary Black 
and Mr. Daniel Brewster, were 
treated to a typical Maryland 
er. as the race is known around 
here 

Only 
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timber classic 
i ish. 

Three horses took falls go 
ing over the fences. Starboard 
llost his rider at the sixth jump! 
| and favored Uncle Pierre 
| balked at the 14th 
| Land's Corner went down at 
the third fence; Gold Par on)! 
the eighth, and Infraction on 
the 12th 

Lancrel, trained by Mr. and 
Mrs. H. Robertson Fenwick of| 
nearby Owens Mills, jumped 
well and rider Bonsall had him 
under control all the way. 

Bonsal used the whip once, 
going into the last fence and 
the gray horse responded by 
lengthening his lead over the 
Virginia-bred Rayquick. 

The grey horse scored an 
earlier victory this season in 
the My Lady's Manor point-to 
point 

The nine 
post got off to a good 
posted an Bliss Flacus’ Gold Par going 
and won into the lead on the first jump 

tichard Last year’s winner, Land's 
low net Corner, owned by Mrs. William 
Strawbridge of Philadelphia 
and ridden by Bob Murrav: 
moved in front ,»momentarily 
but spilled at the third fence 

Gold Par, with Eugene Wey 
wouth pacing him beautifully 
again took the lead and held 
until the eighth.jump when he 
™ et tipped the fence and went down 

109— 2 18; William B. Thompson, on 
Sheldon Magazine, 100 22 Gofetchit. moved ahead at this pits any 
78; Itzy Weitzman, 98—20— point and held the lead until at 8 te 6 
78; William Schwartz, 100—(]7 ancre] caught him at the llth Sep) / oe 20° 
22—78: Rip Davis, _ 98- 21— | fence. 
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PODGERS—F’m P. C-I Bailey's Cross Roads Horse Show 


Newcombe Crafty Miss Captures 
Win S, a “2 C] Buddy Clark won the Class 
Junior Championship sie rite et 


Hodges. Charley Neal's single | men's sweepstakes 
brought in Furillo with the) iwith a 74. Curt Turner won 
fourth run of the inning. | By Tom Trodden Jr. ‘the Class A low net with a 77 

The Pirates. got their first Al Maran Farm’s Crafty Miss set a blistering pace yesterday "7 
run in the sixth—Dale Long's jn the opening session of the 12th annual Bailey's Cross Roads 
fifth homer of the year, They forse Show to capture the Junior championship over the area's 
gained a 2-1 lead in the seventh top flight entries 
when Lee Walls singled, ad-| The 5-yearold Bay Mare by War Craft, responded brilliantly 
vanced on Gene Freese’s sacti- to the capable handling of 16-year-old Richard Zimmerman. in 
fiee and came home on Toby turning in a triple victory and a second place ribbon to comfor. 
Atwell's single. tably outdistance Mt. Glen Farm’s Windward 
PirTsst —. Lolly Lawrence's Powder Puff built a wide margin of points 

} to oulscore Mt, Glen Farms Storm. Peak for the Small Pony 
Brown won Class D 


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Thirteen-vear-old Jimmy Zim 
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Betty Garber won the ladies 
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? merman accounted for the final 
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Kotys, Cicio 
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UNIVERSITY PARK, 
April 28 »—Joseph Kotys, 
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Chick Cicio, 24-year-old college 
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z=’ Duke’s Sime Breaks Drake Relays Dash Record 


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PHILADELPHIA, April 28 (‘*” DES MOINES, April 28 
With demon Ron Delany out of| 3a = e 3 ) we i Shame ig a + |Muscular Dave Sime, Duke's 
its hair, Oxford University off ~~ 4 | « 3 em Op MM ANT eee le 4 | + ysophomore cannonball, shat- 


England today overpowered its| ~~» ees. )..% 5 BNP POE ce im. ) | 
opposition and won both the — if ; #% Perec 3 Es Sa oe, | i tered a 30-year-old Drake Re 
i : ¢ a oo ee st \) llays record today with a 9.4 tri-} 


two-mile and four-mile cham- x : | PO ne tg oy : 
pionships at the Penn Relays. Bite ese | oo : 5 itp = PO aig ae oe | umph in a 100-yard dash over 


The four-man Oxford delega-| © See oaing tt a 4 = - ¢* ri cata a ‘ Pitot et : win ? a water-logged track. | . 
tion was caught in 7:40.6 for| © : Fg ee Re Leena 4 Rapidly gaining stature as p N IC EN G I N EE R $ 
Se ogatieat og eel | this Nation's top Olympic = 


the two-mile, two-tenths of a| © 3 i. i, ee bt | 
second off the meet record, and ges . & Pr Mee ee Che ee > didate for 100-meter honors, th 
in 17:35.3 for the four-mile.| 2 oe of oe ‘ ' a ce NE a , " es nl mony gv handed ‘Bobby | WHO PREFER A PROGRAM OF PERSONAL PROGRESS 
The both they pl d.| tet eaueee yon ' -¢ as _ orrow oO ilene ristian 

the Oxford record in this) an igi | Do lhis first century defeat in 31| BASED ON INDIVIDUAL INITIATIVE AND ABILITY, 


So the Oxford record in this} Bij aeeaeee sent Tae ea . onli starts by a yard and a half. 


country wound up as .wo vic- SE OR BETES x? % ~~ 
tories and one defeat. That was| Suu. ueneeeee , _— The superb 94 effort under EV LIES es) ON OPNIRS You 
hung on them yesterday in the| Sue were | a | a miserable conditions wh ich IRS 
distance medley by the remark-| [2a eee ‘ Cin see es ws 2 |forced the pole vault and high 
Na . . m= jjump indoors enabled Sime to! 
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~~ haga and his Villanova bin Tee smn ; ) m jcrack the 9.5 Drake record set 
Villanova coach Jumbo Jim 4 oe os 7 ke in 1928. pies acany 
: $ } . Pg 4 ’ : - | , : 9 i" 
Elliott held his operatives out ar , # PE mee nine ed enaeny with # PRESENT 
of the two-mile and four-mile | , ee a ee ee we mesere se yee 
the spring medley and one-mile. sine by two Olympic sprinting stars, 
Delany anchored the sprint and : Ralph Metcalfe of Marquette in THE FIELDS OF 
ran No. 3 on the mile and the wall, i . a in 1932 and Ohio State's Jesse 
Wildcats won them both. the at mac as Re 1 a | Owens in 1935. RADAR PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES 


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sprint in 3:25 and the mile in |, The spectators, some 5000) PROXIMITY FUZING @ GUIDE MISSILE COMPONENTS 

3:11.89, a meet record. dripping-wet die-hard track 

>, Pressure eS 3 ¢ 3 Pd ee a fans, deserved recognition as 
, x. oe © ss es é ge Cet at eg ee much as the 19 champions | 4 ' PRODUCT DESIGH 
Until last year, Villanova . ase ; Oe | mee, eo , e » jcrowned. They sat huddled sear trend 7 ees pesmeemateeeRaSt Ie 

oan _ wen a a es * 22 So, or tee | ~ Pag LOR” ‘3 te & soaking rainfall and 

in the long history of t enn Oe ae a + tig CEE oes - mir ee 38-degree temperature. acu 

Relays. Then they won two. This| Sime’s 9.4 effort, only a tenth | FIRE CONTROL @ OPERATIONAL RESEARC 

year, the Wildcats won three.) of a second behind the world 

Oxford was the only other team century mark of 9.3, was the! 

to win as many as two events. a | e sole record-breaking perform-| 
Villanova wasn't at all sure of * A ng gee % , | . at : ance in the two-day competi- 

it. sprint medley victory, for 2 a ee 4 a 4 . » a tion for athletes from 75 uni-| 

Pitt's Arnie Sowell, a prime; * ae Ee a mr ge ™ «ame ‘ie versities and colleges. 

Olympic 800-meter favorite, was ‘ oh a : . mae oo = , : Abilene Christian, with Mor-' 

down to run against Delany in| | ee. 4 th all ity | ; ain row anchoring two races, took 

the anchor half-mile leg. sab ae ie. ee ie Raa ; - | “a ) — —" with three relays 
But the battle never material- w Namee, utles—the 440, 880 and mile 

By Wally McNamee, Staff Photographer baton events in the college di- 


ized be ¥ 
ized because Delany was given) ws aGE ROMPS HOME—War Are, with Robert J. Martin | lengths in front of Informant. Favorite Dinner Winner was | vision. 


a 60-yard lead by Charlie Jen- 
kins, George Sydnor and Gene| up, crossed the finish line first in the $10,000 Maryland third and Momus was fourth. Ros Clag was last. A crowd of (Baylor Wins 


Maliff, and the sun-baked crowd| Sprint Handicap at Laurel yesterday. War Age was three 18,304 watched. War Age paid, $8.20, $4.46 and $2.28. In the university divisi 
of 35,000 in Franklin Field ° eee §=Stv Ison, 
moaned. Sowell made up some | nee with halfbeck Del Shot. 
aoe wn under no pressure | Area Hi hs YANKS-F. Pg. Ck NATS—From Page 1I-C. ner anchoring both times, and 

All told six meet record i placed Second to Oklahoma) . APPLY IN PERSON OR SUBMIT RESUME TO 


pore ort today and we Wed W7e 3 Events ||/ernon Hits | Pascual Fans 12,Gets4 ," Se ane 


Perhaps the most notable was 
the 59-foot, 1% inch shot put lH atette and 
erscoring Sime’s great 

war so cise o che neem. NPennRelay rs omer as Hit N t D It A ° done ak ability, eliminated ex- merson TU 2.4900 
possible 60-foot mark that he) . I S as a S 0 Sain | pected record-smashing outdoor 
should have no trouble getting) Bosox Win jperformances by shot-putter| 
over the barrier by Olympic- PHILADELPHIA, April 28 - : : , . , Parry O’Brien, high jump Ernie 
Stone Washington area high schools WW _'=~ | with a single and was forced! ing his men all over the field |Shelton and pole-vaulter Bob RESEARCH LABORATORIES 
had one of their biggest days h isn atti aia by i died . He Pyburn made a great |Gutowski of Occidental. 
Two Records Tied ‘in the 62-year history of the "ome to put the Yanks ahea itzGerald flied out but! catch on Lemon's tremen- In exhibitions, O’Brien was 

The other marks were. in ad-| Penn Relays today before 35,000 1-0 in the first inning. But in Jerry Snyder and Joe Valdiviel-| dous drive to center in the |expected to take a crack at his 701 LAMONT STREET, N.W. WASHINGTON 10, D.C. 
dition to the mile relay, the people. the fourth, Turley walked Jen- 50 got singles, filling the bases.| fourth.. . Olson was on first |own record of 60-10 and Shel- TU. 2-6800 
javelin in which Reinaldo | The D. C. schools won first balked hi 4 { Pascual lined a one-bagger to. base and went all the way to ton was tabbed to shoot at:a a 
Oliver of Puerto Rico got off a Places in three of the mile re- sen, balked him to second, and center, scoring two runs. A’ third, not realizing the ball | seven-foot high jump. 
toss of 23-912; the broad jump/|!ays and took second in the yielded the tying run on Pier-| single by Yost scored the third.| had been caught ... Of | Sime, whose chief Olympic 
in which Greg Bell of Indiana | United States distance medley 54ll’s double to left. | Baltimore got its second run; course, he was doubled up... (rival appears to be Northwest- 
leaped 25-6%; the high jump/relay championship. Memes te G ¢ in the sixth. Triandos and Billy; A doubleheader winds up the ern’s Jim Golliday, led all the 
in which Charles McCullough} In college events, Navy, vat. Recmage saan Gardner opeied with singles.| series with Baltimore this |way in whipping Morrow in a 4 rt E ul ment 
of North Carolina State and. Georgetown and Maryland The Yanks went in front 2-1) Willie Miranda was safe on afternoon... heralded meeting. uppo q Pp 


in the fifth with Berra driving’ Snyder's error, filling the bases There were two false starts 
Bob Barksdale of Morgan State | were unable to finish among the oe , Bob Hale batted for Brown and Tuesday 4P.M. in this remarkable 100-yard D ES IGN ERS 


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got over 6-8, and the hop, step’ first three places in any race. (the run home with a single, but . ' 

and jump in which Bill Sharpe} The Fairmont Heights team|they found the Sox tough to lined a drive ag nee dash, one by Dick Blair of Kan- 
of Westchester Teachers soared of Frank Williams, Joe Robin-| nae In the sixth. Dick Ger- fettelbach trappe riandos Ki | R Be sas, and the other by Northwest- 

50-5. son, Jim Hamilton and Justin) |, neneed ray otegyenings og opr i an oo lus CCeCLWe poco gitar ig | Nee yes Py! 
The Cornell quartet of Earl|Wyatt won an 1l-team mile re-| o oe See wee — {RS VSTTOR TIBSNCS Se Gn ° : 

McHugh. John = Art Bo-llay i in 3:31.9. ‘left to tie it at 2-2. |tated long enough to be forced M Ti k; f \fourth respectively, while Mich- Aircraft Maintenance 

Jand and Irwin Robertson ran| McKinley Tech’s Landis| Red Sox fans, mostly glum,|#* third as Hale was robbed of ore UCcheCts jigan State’s Ed Brabham was 


Neal,! a hit. Hale got even in the fifth. 
oo 125.4 to the the/Peeakiin, Ronald 0 Dock came alive in that sixth, espe- ‘eighth when he doubled home| Tuesday will be “bonus day”; Sime, who reputedly ran a ENGINE 
loam a 10-team mile relay in| cially when the Sox moved Ted) Miranda, who had beaten out a|for youngsters in Arlington and 9.7 as a freshman while wear- 


Hai d the 100-yard dash 
in 8.6 to doodlock that one. '3:30.7. Armstrong of Washing- Williams in to pinch hit for two-run bunt. Prince Georges counties. ing sweat togs, had been clocked 

Oxford turned out to be'ton finished third in that race.|Sullivan with two out, the| The Nats yw by Pa Poy Sg npn ong Porat se | = hy — -— yes fid +; ! 
somewhat of a disa intment!| Dunbar’s Francis Hatchett,' score in every inn r “\terdays trials. u e pre- 
even though the Britishers won | Alfred Gussom, Don Pettross' en ed and the heses filled. third but, in the light of super-jets to the Nats-Baltimore game vailing wind was 7% mph. The Personal, con entia 
two tests. They were adver-|and Jim Hammonds, ws could produce only & man Pascual’s performance, it yesterday or the Nats-Chicago wind today was 4% mph., ac- 
tised as being capable of break-/team mile relay in 3:30.8. long out to Bauer in right. jactually didn’t matter, | game at Griffith Stadium May 5, ceptable for record purposes. RVIEWS 
ing world records in all three| Cardozo’s Leo McGarrity, Na-| The Yanks got to the front| * jas guests of The Washington; Golliday, the defending cham- 
events in which they were en-|thaniel Austin, Ulysses Mc-|again, 3-2, after Delock walked SIDEBARS—Wight reduc- IS ost and Times Herald and the'pion in the Drake 100, stayed 
tered. They didn’t come close. | Laughlin and Jules Lucas cap-| McDonald to open the seventh.| ed his earned run average | Washington Baseball Club. at home with a leg injury are bein conducted 

Their margin of victory over| tured second place in the U. S.;\ When he also got a one-ball| from an astronomical 216.00 | For those boys and girls who Whether he will get to face g 

to 39.00 by the time he was jhave missed out so far, more Sime in NCAA or Olympic trial 


second place Manhattan in the high school distance medley|count on Mantle, he was der-| k 
' i] s |\championship behind Brooklyn|ricked in favor of Sisler. Man-| knocked out in the third in- (tickets will be made availablé competition is conjectural. H WA NG ON 
womile was about 15 yard P , |tle’s single and Skowron’s dou-| ning . He cut his earned j|at 4 p.m. Tuesday for the Nats-| The pole vault, conducted in- in SHI T 


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inte aa peg be ion Doulis McKinley Tech was fourth in| ble broke the tie. run mark of 216.00 in half by | Chisox Cee eee OT Ge ate | eure Produced 8 qualified new A ril 27 28 and 29 
couldn't hold off Derek John-|a@ distance medley event; Car-| Billy Goodman gave the big} getting the first man out . |, About 175 tickets will be dis- Drake record as Occidental’s p ’ 
son. Alan Gordon. Don Gorrie|d0zo was seventh; Wakefield, |\crowd of 27,357 new hope when | Wight was not told he would ares ogy: at the Arlington Recre- Bob Gutowski cleared 148%. 5; 
and Ian Boyd ran in front of second; Phelps, fifth, and)he opened the seventh with a; start until an hour before |ation Center, 915 North Jack- The outdoor record is 144. set to discuss a rewarding future for you in 
Rec Washington-Lee fourth in vari- ‘single off Turley. He was sacri-| game time but it didn’t seem |son st by Frank Alliston. in 1951 by Don Cooper of P tent now rmanent position: at 
ous mile-relay races. ificed to second, a’ wasted ma-| to do any good... He's a In Prince Georges County Nebraska and Don Laz of IIli- an important new, pe 


Navy’s Al Swanson tossed the|neuver, inasmuch as Vernon} better pitcher than he’s |250 tickets will be distributed nois. Gutowski’s mark goes into 


D y Wi javelin 207 feet, 11 inches for|picked that spot to drill his| shown this spring . He’s jat each of the following four the books with a footnote it 
y er ins fifth place. Navy's Joe Harri- homer over the 380-foot sign in| given up 16 hits and 13 runs |points: Langley Park, 15th and was made indoors. 

son captured fifth in the broad | left field. That made it 5-3, Bos-| in three official innings thus | Merrimack st., by Conrad Mal- 

jump with a leap of 23 feet, one|ton, and from there on all the| far... It's always a happy oy; Riverdale, Riverdale rd., by 


At Manassas inch. | proceedings were anticlimactic. box score when Richards is ‘Herb Bathner; Highland Park, Sports on Radio, in beautiful. smog-free 


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Va., on the 69th lap and held|~ ied out for Rizzuto } th. cc Y. 3-8 peeves rs 
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Ml coo Ease eerie & ‘\at 12:30 p. m. Pp. m. Challenging engineering openings exist 
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crate hed Citowty wee 8 Binthamten-Atbany, veslnoned him oloaaas Ba og ere on, Jeusen. | Lae dhe 6, essere Re tenance of modern supersonic and high- 
Bill drove his 1956 Ford and INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE on 3, Malsone, 2B— Mantle. Bauer, | Dr ak e R el a 8 R e sults performance aircraft and missiles. 
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h 2 Batch, Missouri: :14.2 UNIV exert 880-YARD RELAY—1. air conditioners, heaters, and power units 
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and his brother Wes of Alex-|minneapoits 4 indianapolis 2 New |} 100 153 910 119-3 1 js-4 | ae 
andria, Va EASTERN LEAGUE * ‘ mepes 15. William | & ¢| now at Convair in the vital field of main- 
peeling tire from the 17th lap. apy SH hens. B-None ny erness. bao ette +” ; 
Harold Frankel, Patterson te eeeees Syracuse ute, ne. DP man to| Maryland i0 
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THE WASHINGTON POST 
and TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, April 29, 1956 
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Laurel 


Drag Racing Today 
At Old Dominion wig Gendes. 
MANASSAS, Va., ‘April 28.| About 150 automobile and 


cui Charts at Laurel 
BEPTEESOR.: |Bleachers which will seat 1000 motorcycle entries are expect- 


, ’ entry. ; 
be AM $5.40." 82.60. $2.40: 
bed while seine ‘spectators have been insialled' ed to compete. 
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Out Front 
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By Walter Haight Babu + Banner (sny: 

|King J (4a 
Staf’ Reporter ttie z. 


LAUREL, Md., April 28—If f°. "lo Go 
Ww The 


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for the fifth week of drag 
racing at Old Dominion Speed- 


Around The Ee 
Horses and People 


By Walter Haight——______ 


FOLLOWERS OF THESE lines have become acquainted 
with the little suckling colt who was_orphaned_ recently 
when Royal Business, the grand old mare of Charles Town 
fame, died of a heart attack. 

I met up with Owner Capt. Ewart 
Johnston the other morning at Laurel 
and he was happy to tell me-it no fe 
longer is necessary oe en | trainer Eddie Yowell’s instruc- ‘Brave Colony 
os Apna ane > gga tions to Jockey Bobby Martin ht jm. 


: NER M Su © Tos 
over in Virginia. Polly’ rn) estabil shed @ clear lead rapidly entering the a ! 
The colt, who is by Brookmeade’s |were “go to the front and stay) stre Red r Bed ‘Yellow Mon: 9) 


nd ip is advantage white nning ¢a =. 
Sky Ship, has a meal ticket now. Texas Pete held the others sale while racing eveniy, Dinner |—<* Po Me wr” me ae a, < "aie 
Capt. Johnston said publicity given 


Music wore down tired horses without threatening 
a oA ichute). For 4- vot at and | 
the plight of the little fellow resulted | 
in numerous offers from horse people | 
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Irritete. —— white rolling early. remained on the 
af attainine a command- 
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to set the pace but was no match for the 
Putney lacked a late response 

SIXTH — furlongs jemute). For «+ year-olds pad 

gletenies. ure 84500. a . 4:19. Off 
viv! ne winner. 
Giuste by Menow. 


ithere,” the rider certainly fol-' 
lowed orders. 

The Baltimore boy fairly shot! ® 
out of the gate with War Age | 
and the 7-yearold was the | 
“rage all the way to win the 
$10,000 added Maryland Sprint | scam 
Handicap. | oe 
| The son of War Relic, who at: Sree” 
_times has shown a tendency) nosy 
‘towards leg trouble, must have! og 
found the summer-like weather ar 


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s: {lites Fe mare Purse. 52500, 2 af | 
good easily oisce driving . 
ele tr Pistea' Sy 8 A. authier po time. nt Rn by ‘Pever 
to allow the colt to share One of their 
mares with another foal. 

However, Odin Johnson, retired ser- 
geant who for years was in charge 
of the Army Remount Station at Front 
Royal, Va., came up with a natural. 

He owns the mare, Quick News who, 
like Royal Business, was a frequent 
winner at Maryland and West Virginia tracks. 
lost a foal. 

Sgt. Johnson phoned Capt. Johnston—and Quick News now | 
_has Royal Business’ colt ath her side. | 
So the youngster no longer | 
has to hit the bottle. Quick 
News, I'm told, always has 
meals ready—breakfast, din- | 
ner as well as quick lunch. 
And she’s giving cheerful 
service, too. 

Capt. Johnston insists he 
will name the youngster 
Royal Haight, despite my pro- 
test that fate already has put 
two strikes on the colt. 

Royal News sounds more 
appropriate to me. Then 
there’s Quick Meals. 


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To Kentucky Derby | (2) PIPING ECHO 


LAUREL. Md. April oR Pe > RAC + Se Saregpes (chute) 
Companas Stable’s Be- 3 Piet eyert soocd. Won ridden ou 
somer will be shipped to Trained by it 
Kentucky for the Derby, 

Trainer Colin MacLeod Jr., 
announced today. 

Besomer, a Triple Crown 
candidate, earned the trip 
when he turned in a sen- 
sational mile’ workout in 
137 3/5 here yesterday. 
Nick Shuk will fly to 
Churchill Downs to ride 
the son of Double Jay, 
winner of Bowie's Gover- 
nor’s Gold Cup and fifth, 
after a rough trip, in last 
Saturday's Chesapeake 
Stakes. 


vanre RACE—six furlones ‘chute 3-vear-olds | 
Ȣ.Maryiand Sprint Handicap Dares, $10 000 poses 
36 mentatt, soon Won easily: Diace same Wi) | ’ 


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hen's fer Relic ‘Ellendale be | 
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Son of Erin 


Wins Swift 


JAMAICA, N. Y., April 28! 
(INS)}—Son of Erin, a 9$+to-l; 
shot in a field of eight starters, | 
won the $22,500 Swift Stakes) 
at Jamaica today. 

Jan Burke’s Son of Erin beat! 
Eiffel Blue by a neck over the; 
six-furlong course in 1:11 8, 
Polly Jet finished third. 

The victory was worth $15, 450 
of the gross $22,700 purse and 
continued the afternoon's suc- 
cession of winning outsiders. | 
The — paid $20.40, $8.50 
and $5.9 

The creed of 37,455 had made 
Mrs. Anson Bigelow's Nail the| 
favorite at even money with | 
Isidor Bieber’s Will of Allah’ 
second choice, but both finished | 
out of the money, the favorite 
sixth and the Bieber horse fifth. | 

Polly Jet, under Eddie Ar-| 
caro, set much of the early pace 
with Nail near at hand, but Bo- 
land had the eventual winner 
up where he could strike all 
the way, never worse than 
third. | 
The winner's time of 1:11 3/5) 
for the six furlongs was fair.) 
Eiffel Blue paid $7.00 and $5.00 


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WASHINGTON 
INTERVIEWS 


Monday thru Thursday, April 30 
Thru May 3, 9 A.M. te 5 P.M. 


INFORMANT. $3.80. | 


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WAR AGE. ee 20. $4.40. $2.20; 
DINNER WINNER. $2.20 

r Age gprinted Steet aS the early staces. was responsible | 
for the swift pe ithout being threatened In- 
formant raced within “striking distance but lacked a respotise 
oo "hate ut of contention and rallied | 


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| Hom Boy unhurried early. O allied well through the 
rionas es needed only mild encouragement to 
i eroic Son latter was hard held while ating 
the pace but wae no match ® winner when roused 
row non RACE—Five furlongs. For 2-vear-olds. Purse.| Bad Pat 
Of, ot 2-3. a. Boor won Grivine place same. is 
a arc 


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Proverb by co eiston I Trained oy 8 p AR Time 1 00%, |Boeedy 
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CHARLIE LAMB, a turf- “Hor . =< 
writer, had the advance in- | noentrater $3 
formation that a girl who 
works out horses at the 
tracks would be a subject 
on ‘the CBS-TV show “What's 
My Line?” So last Sunday 
night, he was all set to rub 
it in on family watchers, hav- 
ing readied a spiel along | 
these lines: “Those panelists 
are not so smart. Now take 
this girl. She has something 
to do with horses. I'll bet she 
exercises horses at a Mary- 
land track.” 

However, it wasn't in the 
books for him to exhibit his 
false mental front. In fact, 
he didn’t even get a chance 
to go into his act. 

When the young lady ap- 
peared on the screen to 
“sign in,” friend wife beat 
him to the draw, remark- 
ing, “She looks like a horse- 
woman to me.” : 

Charlie quit cold, con- 
fessed and sneaked off to 
bed 


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backers, who were 
an $8.20 win mutuel, 
ious moments. 

War Age finished three: 
‘lengths, and could have made it! 
more, in front of Mrs. Ellsworth’ 
Augustus’ Informant. A length 
and a half further back came 
Filippo Baldi’s Dinner Winner, 
the favorite in the field of six. 


Time of 1:104/5 | 


War Age left no doubt as to! 
his supremacy over his rivals 
iby turning in time of 1:104/5 
for the six furlongs, the fastest! 
of the current meeting. The 
track mark of 1092/5 was set 
by Magnet in 1950. 
| Despite opposition 


Catholic Defeats 


American in Tennis 


Catholic University’s tennis, 
team defeated American, 63.) 
yesterday at Brookland in a 
'Mason-Dixon Conference match 
that gave the winner a 22 


league record and a 3-2 over-all' Ha 
mest » Or send your resume te 


| mark. | 
Mr. J. F. Weingandt 


Hoffmann Leaves Sandlots 
After Managing 17 Years 


By George Brantner 


A familiar face around the Washington sandlots for many 
years will be among the missing this year. 

Jack Hoffman, a 17-year veteran of managing baseball 
teams is giving up his job on the sandlot scene and will con- Lerens. Catholic, defeated orn 
centrate on coaching high school teams and his teaching job. | *>%;,.&—*. asa ; 

Hoffman has been’ managing Atchison-Keller in the Vic a! ee American Machine & 
Gauzza Memorial League and took the team to the city title [10-8 "E—2™*"*™ S*tested Edmonds, | Ff Foundry Company 
in 1954 and to the third round of the playoff | last | year. Catholic, defeated Munsey, | § y 

Attempting to parlay sand- ‘g Cptholic, defeated Na-| Fawcett Building, Fawcett Place 
lot coaching with two part American, defeates Wheley, Greenwich, Connecticut 


To arrange for an appointment, please 
call Mr. J. Johnson, MEtropolitan 8-6505. 
(Our Washington office located at 
1701 K St. NW.) 


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BETWEEN RACES — Could 
be that observers had some- | 
thing when they suggested 
C. V. Whitney should ship | 
Born Mighty to the Derby 
after he closed like the wind 
in the Chesapeake Stakes. 
Golf Ace, although disquali- 
fied, embarrassed the stable’s 
Head Man in the Wood Me- 
morial and something named 
Tobey B. put the hex on | 
‘Career Boy. ... Of course, 
Frosty Mr., another 3-year- 
old from the wrong side of | 
the track, whipped Born 
Mighty but the colt, in my 


Wins Colonial 


CAMDEN, N. J., April 28 # 
Maine Chance Farm’s Myrtle’s: 
Jet won the $25,000-added| 
Colonial Handicap, opening day 
feature at Garden State park 
today, as the favorite, Alfred 
G. Vanderbilt's Sometime 
Thing, finished fourth. 

Myrtle’s Jet, winning by a 
neck, covered the six furlongs 
in 1:094/5 on a fast track in 
80-<degrees weather that attract- 
ed 40,924 fans to the inaugural 


'sides—opening of Garden State, | 


|through the tote for a good 
day's business. 


‘came out of the starting gate 
winging 
Dinner Winner was last to get! 


‘Dinner Winner Rallies 


War Age drew out gradually 
,and 


time jobs, being a school 
teacher and attending Mary- 
‘land University, was too 
much of a burden for Jack. 
But he will still be in base- 
ball with his coaching job at 
Anacostia High School where 
he will coach the JV team. 
Jack feels that he can ac- 
complish more with his base- 
ball knowledge by working 
with boys of high school age 
and explains it this way. 
“With a sandlot team you are 
leading men who know the 
fundamentals of baseball, 
and there’s not much you can 


Maryland-Navy lacrosse, Nats- 
Orioles, Maryland Hunt Cup,) 
etc—Laurel drew 18,304 cus-' 
‘tomers who put $1,281,337 


As aforementioned, War Age 


in front. In contrast, 


under way. 


In the run to the first turn, 


apparently without too 


will be leaving the Industrial 
League team ... Hill will be 
taking bar examinations... 
Beall has added two pitchers 
—Gray Brockman, former G- 
man hurler, and Bob Nemis, 
a Notre Dame grad ... The 
Washington Post and Times 
Herald Industrial League 
opener was switched from 
May 5 to May 7 so as not to 
conflict with the annual AAA 
safety patrol parade ... The 
Northern Virginia Old Do- 
minion League will open its 
season April 29 New 


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of the 25-day meeting. 

Brookmeade Stables’ Gand. 
harva was second and Clear- 
water Stables’ Betsann was 
third, a half length back of 
Gandharva. 

The winner paid $10, $5.20 
and $4.20 Gandharva returned 
$4.60 and $3.80 and Betsann 
paid $10.40. 


much effort. Informant was two 
‘lengths off the leader with Ros 
\Clag and Powder Flask close 
up and Dinner Winner still me 


teams entered in the league 
are Fairfax Legion Post 177 
and McLean... The O.W.L. 
Moose franchise has been 
taken over by the Virginia 
White Sox. 


book, showed more stretch 
punch than either of his 
highly-touted stablemates 
By the way, Frosty Mr.’s 
next appearance will be in (trailer 

Jamaica’s Withers Stakes | In the final drive, Dinner| 
May 12. Trainer Harry Culp |Winner rallied; War Age kept 
will make his decision on the |going and Informant held on 
supplementary ($7500) entry (fairly well. It was all over but! 
of the colt in the Preakness. {the trophy presentation made! 
Washington's Eddie Smith, |by Mrs. Ken Regan, of Texas, 
former jackey and now suc- {to Ben Cohen, Maryland Jock- 
cessful trainer, brought his j|ey Club’s secretary and treas- 
charges to Laurel from Gulf- |urer, whose wife owns War 
stream Park. The public | Age. 

stable is headed by Duke Fourth Victory 


__| Singer’s Hangover, a sprinter 7 
> ) : tiv . . Baby Nymph, Jonathan A 

44.80 15.20 s2q| Who often gives the opposi- Although War Age rana Gull ve and does part-time work 

4.60 race in his most recent effort, 


ith the D. C | Madge P. Youth's Hope. Mike 
3. 20) tion a headache. ... By the with the D,. C. Recreation De- G 


Fox and Norwin 
— | way. Frosty Miss. an al 0 ran partment. ) tyr lonss: 
Russell | ) s |his victory today was his fourth) * 7, Seuceneld  fermne 


dom 
Natchene and| jn Friday’s 2-year-old race, ‘in six starts this year. He| 
is a full sister of Frosty Mr... |picked up $7360 of a pot that| Eastern High graduate has 
Charles Town's Leeds Riely | grossed $10,980 and brought turned nae the A-K job to 
was on hand for Laurel's (his season's earnings to $17,810 | Edsel Martz, who has played 
“Willie Hartack Day” ,...j| With Willie Hartack riding under Hoffman for many 
See you on the pail. lat Garden State today, Martin,|) *°*"* 
lin addition to the feature, rode 
|William Rochester’ s Piping! 
1—6 furlongs: $3000; 1:12 Echo to victory in the second) 
Robe bert W. (Ares 8.10" 4.19 300’ race, the filly paying $5 and 
son's city champions Fic ivfe daSmackover. Dane 


590 putting the finishing touches'| ae, 
eg Vere on a $20.80 daily double return | Bob Hill and John LeGros sen sic igh y 


Brisr Creek Vaidina./on the 8-2 tickets. | fied and plac 

2—1,4 miles. $3500: 1 GR, Fan a — by < groon's Son (ir 
Betterwillew (Gorman) bt. te 14.390 6.80 riding double e clicked with! ; . anassas (kets) 
cuslomaar @a0eer 1:17 paere Bembast (Martin) 4.30 yr Jacob Sher’s Home Boy, - $6) Paddock Picks Five —— et ease arae DE ny 
f 2 7 j exol ied 
roi ie ent Creis> wi 3.ke 6.80 Book Hobo King Star of Bera i Firet| Shot, in the third and kept the! pyinners at Laurel "= 
Bice Gases (Gheconsh?) bigs * tae men Verse, No Contest, Brave Admir day from being a blank for the furlongs: = rest ay 
cep ond Diamond’ Sov "| _ DAILY DOUBLE PAID sat. 70 | Washington-owned Baldi Sta- Paddock, The Washington se "i 
—1 mile: $10,000; 1:46 s 5 furlongs: $3700; 0 99 Die by taking the turf race with! Post and Times Herald handi- 
Jimmy the One (Craig) 39.46 12.60 6.29| Spanish San (Boland). the consistent 8-year-| capper selected five winners 

Trinity Old who was strongly handled yesterday at Laurel, 

Nick Shuk. Irritate paid;  Polly’s Bo ($8.20) won the 
first race; Piping Echo ($5.00) 


60 4.20| eae. it CArcare), 
the second, Daily Double 
($20.80; Pro-Brandy (best bet) 
($3.40) the fourth; Irritate 
($3.60) the fifth; and Do Re- 
port ($2.80) the sixth. 


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After graduating from Mary- 
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he teaches English and so- 
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Maryland. 

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has been connected with the 
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6.40x15 | 29.70 | 14.85 | 6.40x15 | 36.40 | 18.20 
7.10x15 | 34.50 | 17.25 | 7.10x15 | 42.25 | 21.13 
7.60x15 | 37.75 | 18.88 | 7.60x15 | 46.25 | 23.13 
B.00x15 | 41-50 | 20.75 | 8.00x15 | 50.85 | 25.43 
8.20x15 | 43.25 | 21.63 | 8.20x15 | 53.00 | 26.50 
5.50x15 | 26.65 | 13.33 7.00x15 | 46.90 | 20.15 
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Asteunding (Bec 3.80 4.00 
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rowley (Coffman) lianas 


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Clipstone, President Ryan. Noble Fear (Bela 

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Biackwall | Whitewall 
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6.70x15 


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7.60x15 19.85 24.85 
8.00x15 22.85 27.50 
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25.88 
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=== (Maryland Snaps Streak by Thumping Hoyas, 10-2 


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Fauleoner y DD: League Game | 
sacha fF reli Bill Walker Yale Scores Catholic Ramo-Wooldridge 


By Bob Alden 
Upsets Leek Ham Stops A. U. | it now bir 
LANDON SCHO h best scholastic te : , is now hirin 
team in the Glen te ie A lib Wened States bere | mers I I -2 Victory lop S s 2 ? 
champion Donald Dell, undefeated Landon has swept to five | SEN IOR 


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| i . victories, including one-sided triumphs over Georgetown Uni- |! r | Q 5 N . Andy Balint tossed a seven- 5 ag 
i ennis versity's..freshmen and the Navy WO Homers ver avy hitter and struck out eight yes- | 
Plebes . . . Landon’s 6-2 victory over —— ~ ____} terdayto lead Catholic Uni. ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS 
Unseeded Hunter Faulconer| the Plebes this week was its first vic- Poe versity to an 81 Mason-Dixon 
of Episcopal High upset No. 4| tory at Annapolis in ten years .. . Maryland's baseball team) NEW HAVEN, Conn., April Conference victory over Amer- Experienced in development ond fabrication of 
seeded Jerry Leek of Coolidge, | Following Dell in the lineup are Dis- | snapped an eight-game losing w—Yale struck early here ican University at CU. models ef advanced electronic and electre 
6-6. 6—4. 6—4, yesterday in| trict of Columbia boys champion . streak by jumping on George- }today to defeat Navy 11-2-in an; Outfielder John May was the mechanical systems. 
, ' 12 “ | Peyton Howard, Wilt Straley, Frank Eastern Intercollegiate League batting star for Catholic [ 
the first round of the Sidwell| Williams, George Raynor, Nick Tem- ‘town, 10-2, yesterday at. Col-| baseball game. wita three hits and three runs Consider these advantages offered: 
Friends Invitation Interscholas-| ple and Tom Baskett... In his first lege Park. It was the Hoyas’; The defending champion batted in. e saan bs ee ait 
tic tennis tournament on the| year as coach of Landon is Claude 10th defeat in 11 games. Elis piled up five runs in the; The victory gives CU a 33 pot ~~ ig at nhs oe Pig 
Sampras Kilday .. . Bob Malaga writes from Big gun for the T , | second inning on the way to |Conference and 3-5 over-all ne htp tal 
Faulconer. = routed Rich- | Washington for several tourneys this : ; leftfielder Bill Walker, who Right hander Ray Carlsen | catnou ic AMERICAN mm portant long range projects in one of the sewed 
\smacked two home runs. Gene| pitched steady ball for Yale Vacth.if - , loboratories in the country. 


ard Eney of St. John’s, 6—0,! summer . .. Malaga, former Cleve- 
‘Doane chipped in another hom- and was rarely in danger as wis May. 3 An opportunity to give your fomily @ wondertul wey of 


b 

6—0, in the preliminary round,| jand city champion, captured several i - ; 

gained Monday's round of 16| titles here last summer while in the 4 ae ‘er in the second for Maryland. | mates combed three Navy pitch- Palbor ie ‘ fe in Southern Colifornia, with the company peying 

r ' ers for 9 hits and profited by) De’ : generous trevel end relecetion ollowonces. 
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that starts at 4 p. m. at Friends.| army . . . Malaga reports progress 
Top-seeded Donald Dell of} has been made on a plan to have the Donald Dell Walker's base-clearing hom-|4 Navy errors. 
Landon advanced on a default) fashionable Cleveland Skating Club er with two on produced) Ray Lamontagne and Don 
by. Nick Guevara of St. John’s.| piay a home-and-home match with Washington’s Columbia enough of a margin for the|Pruett each had two hits for Members of the Technical Steff 
No. 2 seeded Donald Ralph of| Country Club... Jack Boucher, one of France’s leading ama- win. But for good measure, the| Yale, while Dave Ready, whose May 1,2 and 3 
Priory won when Bart Richwine| teyr players about four decades ago, has returned to Ken- Terps scored four more to ice eighth inning triple sparked a Ratitiaiad ecu 
Wilber coved olen rs. Evise | wood for his fifteenth year there as tennis | pro... Boucher |it in the eighth. — run outburst, drove iMm| fetes 33101527 ‘Totals 35718 2 CALL R. F. HOYT 
ce piaye pis 0O- and his wife Bett wintered *-— — Hah singled the ithree runs. American 006 106 006.1 7 5 Ibon ¢ * Woodley 6-6400 
al's Ben Keys)>No 3; Sidwell’s| at the Mountain Pm Club Pea gy pomsrnet “ ry elders Larry Magner had two Cethelic oat a8 Ce Sees 5 . vowers Wate: 
Ag ene PS sag No. 6:| in Lake Wales, Fla. | stay for several years on the (choice. Howie Bare singled in — a the oy and car riney. 2. Chase tc 
ieee” iatahe Wand a Ss Hahn, Walker homered, Chuck/©4¢c® played a part in the scor- Ber... Bplap 7 ee I ; : 
Bethesda hevy Chases Fred BOB BARNETT, a main- | rs age une - oe Reynolds walked and John|!"é Dick Snyder hit two/Ta! et inert BB—Shields 7. Balint The Ramo-Wooldridge Corporation 
Cone, No. 7, and St. Albans overnment Employees Ve- ‘Johnson. who ran for him, ‘ingles for Navy. ere ? elds INNER 5730 Arbor Vitoe Street, Los Angeles 45, Cellfernia 
gohn Bennett, No. 8, all\ad-|-———" partmental Tennis League, lscored on Jack Doane’s double. *4V¥ Baling (1- 
vanced without losing a set. ; has been transferred to The GEORGETOWN MARYLAND Neary.cf 
No. 1 seeded Hugh Lynch of B k ~ " Hague, Netherlands ... Bar- |. u) peoenet 9 
Gur Lady of eg on aul tar Ss nett will continue his tennis, |Sminvt 
+ . — . beg Pet however, by playing with H. |}*'** 
en y aul e er Freeman Matthews, United |3.4mith2 
Gibb, Landon, 6—1, 6—1. For GW, 15-6 States Ambassador to The |wene.’ 
Second-seeded Bud Miller of Netherlands and a well-known | £j#t*." 
Landon. third-seeded Toni WILLIAMSBURG. Va.. April tennis enthusiast ... With (|Prisbr.. 
seeded Tony Thompson each \28—Senior Steve Bauk pitched/ rT : - 
nesti departed from George | fotets 3362411 Totals 38 14 
advanced through two rounds |and batted George Washington! Washington !“igh, tennis has | *Ren for Reynolds in sth 
without losing a set. Iniv , > =.  Gw |. Ground out for Clark in 9th 
g University to a 15-6 Southern! been dropped from the GW or —3| Tetals 357249 Totals 3392711 


a O11 ene e668. 
Conference baseball victory) program ... Funesti spurred | 316 110 O64n—16 &- e-Courtesy runner for _ Smaliey in ist 
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Co Tri over William and Mary today. | GW to one of the best high | R—Smith. Pichette, _jiabn, 2. MeDon- oe ont tas Pertied to pth. 
ne, rig ede Ghosh tdi heal school tennis programs in the | pears. B—Valoehtl 3. Bi- | otecien net dee i mo 
tefthendion struct out 10 while state_ of Virginia while he ite, White. Frisnz, Woner, Berne | ToRan for Clay in 6th. cen 
Gain Nite vg winning his fourth game in five oot eee PB * aug -, Y a Id. Yale (5! 950 Bor barat I 4) d ' ‘k ' € li ‘1 
decisions. Steve slammed a at Washington Golf and | Wea! ; ae ¢. 88 —Johnson tk ipruett a ey. Harrinet n Hassler : ly A ai Mu O} lf] d / Ornid 
' ‘three-run ho.aer and a triple in| Country Club\this week. Baha te" Bolen te ‘Hahn. to Reynolds risoh 2. E-—Bates. ‘Chen 
Unseeded Fred Cone of Be- five trips to the plate. /LEFT—Georgetown 7 ryland 5 
thesda-Chevy Chase High ow WILLIAM @ ,'s. 6 
gained the finals of the 18-and-' peace 99394 warcace A” 
under boys in the Metropolitan He’ man. ° pilis.2e 2 
Junior Invitation Hardcourt) Doris: 
tennis championships yester-|9*{{% 
day at Four Mile Run, Arling- Eoin 
ton. 
Cone defeated Harry Hipps. Ciiento.ss liver.D 
6—1, 6—0. He will meet No. 2 —— ¢ 
, “4 fax club are Bob Beck, pres- 
seeded Hugh Trigg, Jr.. who de- Bicchwell.p 0 ' ‘alli . *H, sv a , 
g ident: Jim Collins, vice pres) | CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va, Mayo Hurls Howard | Monday, April 30 through Wednesday, 


feated No. 4 seeded Mike Cas-| otsis 28147711 Totals 359278) ; : . |April 28 —\Left-hander Joh 
e . =~ . he 4 _ ident, and Alan E. Adams, prll « nGer Jonn , 

See” ach will “ nem eiatnel ter Menly t> beh secretary-treasurer ... Ches. | Davenport, whege brother is an Over Montgomery May 2, between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. 

ioden’ Mow @ played | —, . see 161 ois | ter Adair, one of the grand |4ssistant coach at Virginia,| Five-hit pitching by Zelaya 
po =e Y : WILLIAM & MARY .. 000 004 @20— 6) 914 men of area tennis. has Pitched a four-hitter today for| Mayo and home runs by Flem-| 

ogy upset No, 1) R—Reid 3. Hill, Saffer 3. Astin 2./ been appointed to head the |Richmond and deféated the/ing Gregory and Ellsworth Jen-| 

in the 15-and-under’ eee aoe 2 lente 2 trer 2 T Secul D.. C. Tournament Commit- | Cavaliers, 8-0. kins gave Howard University | 

finals. Mye Joh j.| Brown. RBi—Austin 5. Looney. | tee ... His committee con- | Davenport struck out seven/ an 84 victory over Montgomery | Four reasons why Lockheed offers 
, rs meets John Ca peut case.” | sists of Alex Keiles. Russ 2nd was aided by the home Junior College yesterday at 


vert for the title oie at 3 Becuies = 3 Jone Ralph (Buddy) Adair ‘runs of Mickey Marinkov. and, Montgomery. 
ick | Billy Reynolds. His brother Ted! \Mayo struck out 1! as How 


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C & O Hikers Finish Reunion Jaunt: 
Hear Park Service Plans for Towpath 


fishing enthusiasts are being 
considered. Boat rental areas, 
camp grounds, and picnic spots 
are also among the improve- 
ments planned. 

Thompson foresaw the need 
to acquire privately owned Jand 
near the towpath to carry out 
‘the-contemplated devetopment 
of the property, now that a road 
is not te be its central feature. 

The -skirling-of—-a bagpipe 


ry Chreat Outdoors — 


1956 


cern, he said, is to stop the 
falling apart of the aqueducts 
and locks. Additional funds for 
this purpose will be sought in 
next year's budget. 

“The towpath needs to be 
cleared and the breaks 
mended,” he reported, “and the 
canal itself must be cleaned out 
and partly re-watercd. 

“A repaired towpath would 
be a highly suitable place for 
riding bicycles,’ he continued, 


citing the fact that there are lifted the morale and quickened 
2 million bicycles in the the stride of the hikers whe 
a States. Highways are marched 15 miles from Fort 
or ee sO amet for Frederick park to Williamsport 
cyclists, ne aace today. Gene Castleberry 
he needs of canoeing and of W ashington’s band of Scot- 
tish pipe¥s not only menaged to 
keep the bagpipe filled with air 
but kept up with the three-mile 
an-hour pace set by Douglas, 
who led the hike 
Boy Scout troop No. 13 of 
Friends School in Washington 
camped in the open with the 
hikers at Fort Frederick park 
last night, and acted as honor~ 
ary escort on tocay’s stroll. 
Everyone of the youngsiers 
went the route . 


By Aubrey Graves 
Outdoors Editor 


HILLTOP HOUSE, Harpers 
Ferry, W. Va., April 28—The | 
National Park Services’ plans | 
for the C & O Canal property 
call for more -than mere de- 
velopment of the ribbon of land 
along ‘the historic waterway, 
Ben H. Thompson revealed to- 
night. 

The Chief of Cooperative Ac- 
tivities declared that the Park 
Service. was secking ways to 
dramatize nearby scenic and 
historic areas, Among those he 
cited Antietam attlefield, 
Harpers Ferry National Monu- 
ment, and Fort Frederick State 
Park. | 

Thompson spoke at a banquet 
marking the climax of the re- 
union hike today of 34 of the 
original group of 43 men who 
waiked with Supreme Court 
Justice William O. Douglas 
along the 187 miles from Cum- 
berland, Md. to Washington, 

BEFORE telephoning your = y th.. oe hg 4 at 

died . e quet at historic Hillto 
favorite Bay captain § this House were more than a score 
year, check with information of outdoors men and conserva- 
for his new telephone num- tionists from the Upper Poto- 
ber. Most of the Bay area mac Valley. 
has been brought into the The Park Service official said 
new numbering system. Fish- ways would be sought to pre- 
ing boat captains reading this sent the story of early-day 
might well send me a card transportation and industry in 
showing new number and the communities along the tow- 
rate changes, if any. path 

The 


SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 


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The Epithet Is Often Deserved 


Hate Name of ‘Stinkpot’? 
Then Quit Being One! 
) aia & ie hae Oo ce 


By Peggy Reynolds pletely mobile hunting and 
A RECENT Skipper magazine editorial deplores the use of ishing camp. Four parking 
the term “stinkpot” to denote a powerboat ~. employes 
“...+ We think it’s childish, snobbish, rude, and silly for hens. Re 
Sailors to malign powerboat ow Kipper writes. “Any themselves 
thinking person wil! acknowledge the merits starting with 
of any type of craft a bus they 
“And quite fortunately, the good Lord bought from 
put enough water on this planet so there is the Russian 
Sea room for us all.” Embassy two 
But is there? From the narrow confines years ago. 
of the Potomac River, we sometimes won- Bob Mack. 
der. Certainly, “stinkpot” used to describe ey, Jack Lyon, 
motorboats generally is neither clever nor Buddy Ozburn 
descriptive. But the epithet, we think, does and Dick 
have its place 


Bought From Russians for $300 


Refitied Bus Now a Mobile Camp 


ters there. The boat (Shirly- 
von}-and I had the whole bev 
to ourselves. Trolling deep off 
Popular Island, I raised noth- 
ing despite some very healthy 
bloodworms added to fine 
Dawson bucktails 


By Bob Burchette 
Bicycle Rides: 


The American Youth Hos- 
tels will spunsor a scries of 
after-work bicycle rides 
each Tuesday, starting May 
1. Cyclists will meet at 6:45 
p. m, at the Titanic Memo- 
rial on Rock Creek Park- 
way at New Hampshire ave 
and S st. nw. Non-members 
also are invited to go along 
Just show up, no reserva- 
tions necessary. 


THREE RO. ATS carried par- 
ties out from Deale last Sun- 
day. Johnnie Manifold’s party 
got four in Eastern Bay. The 
rockfish weighed In at 4, 6, 
10 and 11 pounds respectively. 


ers.” SS 


Want To Operate 
Hotel In Alaska? 


THE NATIONAL Park 
Service is inviting informal 
offers from private enter- 
prise to operate the Govern- 
ment-owned, §88room hotel 
in Mount McKinley National 
Park in Alaska. 

The new concessionaire 
would supply food and din- 
ing room service, bus trans. William Dillon complained to 
portation in and about the the police yesterday that a bird 
park and sell souvenirs and was chasing his dog. Police 
mea ST campers and visitors supplies. |caught the bird. an injured 
weed ‘a a a "tie bittern, and turned it over to 
Alaska Railroad or via air me ARE KTeemy Seely, 
transport. Visitors wishing 


For all this, the cash outlay 
was under $1000. The bus cost 
Quinn, all em- | them $300. Biggest -items of 
ployes of Federal Parking expense were the boat and 
Service, call themselves the 71 h ». motor. No labor cost 
Blue Goose Hunting and Fish- s< heen recorded since they 
ing Club. The name comes have done all the work them- 
from the old (1946) Ford bus. selves in epare time. 

Once used to transport Last summer they fished 
tight-lipped Russians about the TVA waters in Tennessee 
Washington, the vehicle now for a week. Total cost per 
is equipped with just about person—$21. A deer hunting 
everything necessary to glad- trip this past winter was less 
den the heart of an outdoors: ¢ostiy. Ozburn, the treasurer, 
man. keeps tab on all expenditures. 


Burchette 


Bird Chases Dog 
CHICAGO, April 23 Ww 


there are ' 
pe ) ple as Reynolds 


a reckless. inconsid- 


IN ALL TYPES of 
prudent people and imprudent 
well as all staces in between. However. 
erate rowboat, canoe, or sailboat skipper is seldom dangerous 
except to himself and his: passengers. But, give a nit-wit an 
engine, and he can become a full-scale menace to everyone on 
the river ° 

What but a stinkpot bar 
rels by a rowing shell at full 
throttie? Jack Franklin, as 
sistant coach of the George 


boating. 


department's first con- 


Boatmen Warned 


Of Firing Tests 


signal him to slow down, and 
you know. what he does? 
Waves back! He thinks were 


_— ——— 


Wolstenholme Wins 


Washington High Schoo! crew 
which bases at Old Dominion 
Boat Club, expresses a very 
real concern over the thought- 
lessness of some powerboat- 
ers. 
“Often,” 
er-happy guy 
bears down on our shells 


says Jack,“a pow- 
with his wake 
We 


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Outdoer & 
Tips 


By Joe Denny 


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HERE'S FISHING FUN FOR EVERYONE! 
Designed for freth or sa] 
use 


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turns. Special! ’ le 

trol gives pervect line-feat 

And the ‘ Spin-K ng”’ « 

fits on bait or pin ro 

with line-filled spool ‘Only $19. 
at your Bronson dealers. 


ANY CAR DOES ITS BEST WITH NEW 
CHAMPIONS! 


The <r “Big 
3°" NASCAI 


that. A Chevro- 
let won the 
Darlington 


being friendly! 

“We seldom complete a 
practice mile, because we 
have to stop and bail period- 
ically. You know, those shelis 
are low on the water, and the 
hull is only 1/10th of an inch 
thick. And, we can't pack life 
perservers. 

“I'm afraid we might have 
an accident one of these days 
And it would be so unneces- 
sary. 


WE WERE STANDING on 
a catwalk at Buzzard Point 
Boat Yard the other day when 
Bob Young, the proprietor, 
dashed -by. Bob pulled up 

ort at the end of the dock, 

1 began to wave frantically 
at a tugboat which was plow- 
ing up the Anacostia River at 
top speed. 

Waving, and subsequent 
shouting by Bob and a chorus 
from the Yard behind him 
had no noticeable effect. As 
the swell entered the slips at 
Buzzards, the boats began to 
dance about wildly, banging 
against the dock and tugging 
sharply at their mooring 
lines. Aboard a houseboat, a 
baby’s playpen, with the 
baby inside it, slid across the 


, deck. 


Young, muttering under 
his breath, came back up the 
catwalk past us. “I've com- 
plained,” he said. “I've com- 
plained all over the place. If 


| that tug’s skipper knew what 


Seats were ripped out, dou- 
ble-diecker bunks were in- 
stalled. Two new seats with a 
table between form a cozy 
breakfast nook. A galley with 
gasoline stove and. built-in 
icebox rounds out living ac- 
commodations. 

There is plenty of storage 
space inside for additional 
gasoline cans, an outboard 
motor, auxiliary generator 
for the lights and radio, plus 
large trash and garbage can. 


FISHING RODS hang from 
the roof in neat racks and 
boat oars fit snugly at end of 
bunks. A 12-foot aluminum 
boat is lashed topside, life 
preservers are stowed inside. 
Outdoor magazines are racked 
for rainy day reading. 


lize that operating a boat so 
as to endanger the lives and 
property of other persons can 
be a criminal offense, punish- 
able by a fine or even impris- 


onment. Fortunately, such in- > 


stances are rare. 

More frequently, the of- 
fense resembles that of the 
automobile driver who speeds 
close by pedestrians on a 
rainy day, splashing them 
from head to foot with water 
and mud. 

The problem is mostly a 
matter of consideration for 
others, and ordinary good 


The “Blue Goose” is stored 
on the parking lot behind the 
District Bldg. conveniently lo- 
cated for little additions in 
odd moments during the work 
day. It is taken out for an 
occasional Sunday “family 
day,” for the wives and chil- 
dren to enjoy. This softens 
the hurt to the “fishing wid- 
ows.” 

They have put 6000 miles 
on‘the speedometer in pur- 
suit of outdoor fun. 


THE PERCENTAGE of roe 
shad to bucks has increased 
somewhat this past week, but 
Ollie Conwell at Wayson’'s 
Corner, Md. says the peak has 


not been reached. It’s just 
been too cold for the hickories 
to get on with their business. 


WEDNESDAY I went out 
on the Bay to check the wa- 


UNDERWATER explosive 
tests will occasionally take 
place in Chesapeake Bay off 
the eastern shore of Maryland 
opposite the mouth of the 
Patuxent River, the Corps of 
Army Engineers has warned 
navigatorc. The danger period 
will begin May 2 and end 
May 15. 

The area in which the ex- 
plosions will occur lies to the 
center of a line drawn from 
the bell buoy 16-C and Nun 
16-E on your navigation 
chart. It includes Nun 16-D 
in the danger zone. 

Explosions will occur at ir- 
regular and intermittent peri- 


ods during any hour, day or | 


night. Craft engaged in firing 


tests will display a red flag | 
Vessels | 


during operations 
are requested not to approach 
or remain within one-half 
mile of a vessel displaying a 
red flag. 


|'Wolstenholme, 25. 
date for Britain's Walker Cup 


on 


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ST. ANNES, England, April 
28 »—Guy Wolstenholme holed 
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today to defeat Harry Bennett 


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English amateur golf champion- | 
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Reute 

PARIS, April 
bers of parliament 


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to use their cars in the park 
now ship them by rail. 

The Denali Highway, ex- 
tending from the Richardson 
Highway to the park, is due 
for completion next year. 
This should increase park 
visitation, and call for de- 
velopment of additional con- 
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services at other park loca- 
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Applicants for the conces- 
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Wiiting to Director, National 
Park Service, Washing 
D. C., by Aug. 1, 1956. 


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Sunday, April 29, I! 1956 


Border Bottleneck Has Had Its Day 


The long. wait soon will be 
over for tourists entering Can- 
ada at the St. Stephen-Calais 
border crossing into New 
Brunswick. The old customs 
building at the Canadian end 
of the international bridge is 
being torn down to make room 
for a new one that will have 
five traffic lanes —three for 
outgoing traffic and two for 
Canada-bound cars. The new 
building is to be completed in 
July. 

The present customs build- 


ing will be renovated and taken 
over for immigration purposes 
entirely. The change should 
speed the flow of two-way traf- 
fic, which is heavy during the 
summer months. 


Tackle Tourney 
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fila. 
Fort Lauderdale’s annual sum- 


mer fishing tournament opens 
June 15 and will run to Sept. 
15. 


TRAVEL 


Plan wisely ... 


select an 


all-expense western tour! The 
Union Pacific Department of Tours 
offers ten different itineraries to 
such wonderlands as Yellowstone 
and the Grand Tetons; California- 
Yosemite; the Southern Utah-Ari- 


Your Motor Trip 


To Virginia Beach, Norfolk and Kiptopeke 


By Walter W. Hubbard WASH 


American Automobile Association 


MEN, DO YOU think you 
have an A-l-plus rating for 
“physique, intelligence, health, 
social cane epee poise, ath- 

, letic ability 
* and achieve- 
ment”? If you 
do, the promo- 
tional bigwigs 
at Virginta 
Beach, Va., say 
you may quali- 
fy for the 1956 
title of “Mr. 
Universe” 
at their contest 
June 9-10. 

Hubbard But if your 
qualifications are limited to 
cauliflower ears, smart foot- 
work and a good left, you may 
find yourself limited to their 
boxing carnival June 15-16. 
Anyhow, these are two of 
many events listed this season 
at the most important seaside 
resort in the Old Dominion 
State and one of the most 
popular ones on the Atlantic 
Coast. 

The area recommended for 
a vacation trip of from 4 to 
14 days is centered around 
Norfolk, Virginia’s largest city, 
and Virginia and Kiptopeke 


Beaches, the la - ; 
Cc e tter on Chesa clad Virginia, erroneously 


two.of Virginia’s “non-swanky” 
resorts and fishing centers, 
Chincoteague and Wacha- 
preague. 
Wachapreague’s fishin 
son lasts from May until ‘Oc. 
tober. Catch and eat your own 
sea trout, croakers, sea bass, 
white marlin, bluefish and 
channe! bass. There’s excellent 
swimming at nearby 
Island, but you will 
hire a boat te get 


Kiptopeke Beach was named 
for the “Prime Minister” of 
the Accomak Indians, who pro- 
tected the early settlers from 
massacre when, in 1621, many 
tribes plotted and participated 
in an uprising against the colo- 
nists all over Virginia. From 
this town we take a fast 
and frequently operated ferry 
to Little Creek, just east of 
Norfolk. The ferry trip makes 
a pleasant break in the long 
drive back to, or down from, 
Washington. Boats may be 
rented there for ee or ocean 


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fishing. 


VIRGINIA BEACH, where 
U. S. 58 meets U. S. 60, has a 
normal population of about 
2000 but in summer has been 
known to have one as high as 
22,000. Its best-known hotel is 
the Cavalier, one of the state’s 
finest; and its Flower and Hor- 


was rebuilt and named Ft. 


zona Wonderlands; cool Colorado; 
the great, green Pacific Northwest 
and Canadian Rockies. For a pre- 
view of exciting days ahead ask 
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[) 7 deys. ONTARIO LAKELANDS, OTTAWA, MONTREAL 
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peake Bay where it meets the 
ocean. Included in this resort 
section, too, is Old Point Com- 
fort, north of Norfolk on U. S. 
258 and U. S. 60. It occupies a 
tiny cape where the James 
River and Chesapeake Bay 
meet, just north of Hampton 
Roads. 

This locale is best known 
for the draw battle there be- 
tween the Confederate iron- 


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Sixteen 1-, 2- end 3-bedroom cotteges 
completely furnished ond equipped 
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known as the Merrimac, and 
the U.S.S. Monitor on March 
9. 1862, a battle which is said 
to have revolutionized naval 
warfare. 


THE SKYLINE at Old Point 
Comfort is dominated by the 
towering Chamberlin Hotel 
and Ft. Monroe, a Coast Ar- 
tillery post and school and one 
of the Nation's oldest fortifi- 
cations. The fort was named 
after James Monroe, whose 
birthday was observed yester- 
day. 

As early as 1609 the James- 
town settlers constructed on 
this site what they called A'- 
gernmourne Fort, described as 
a “stockade without brick or 
stone,” to defend the English 
community against the Span- 
lards. 

Fifty men, women and boys 
manned this fort, which had 
seven cannon. In 1723-30 it 


There’s a ‘Skyline Drive’ 
Along Rhine Valley, Too 


BADEN-BADEN, Germany— 
Motorists in a hurry to travel 
from Frankfurt to the Swiss 
border at Basel often overlook 
one of the loveliest drives in 
Germany. 

The normal route follows 
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Karisruhe, Baden-Baden, Of- 


fenburg and Freiburg. 


Kitty Hawk, N. C. 
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Socontvent et Kitty Hawk Beach, N. 
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Write Bill Andersen's Rente!l Ageney for 
details. Lew spring rates thru June 15. 


Nags Head, UN, Cc. 


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on the ocean, on the famed Outer Banks 


NAGS HEAD, North Carolina 


For Itereture or reservetions: THE CAROLINIAN (phone 2311), Nege Meed, NM. C. 


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family has tun in @ relaxed, beretoot 
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George, and during the Revo- 
lutionary War its defenses 
were materially strengthened 


ticultural Exhibit is an annual 
event which is outstanding on 
thé Atlantic Seaboard. With 


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its concrete “boardwalk,” it 
offers something of Atlantic 
City, N. J., and Coney Island, 


N, 
Among the recreational fea- 


by Francois Joseph Paul, 
Comte de Grass, as part of the 
French contribution to bring 
about the surrender of Lord 
Cornwallis. Edgar Allan Poe 
served there in 1828-29 under 
the alias, “E. A. Perry.” Its 
two most famous prisoners 
were Chief Black Hawk and 
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If your palate tingles to the 
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Beach is one place to enjoy 
it, particularly the locally 
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In addition to the Cavalier 
Club, there are scores of cot-/. 
tages, small hotels and motor 
courts for long.or short stays. 


Confederacy. 


THREE ROUTES to this 
area are indicated on the map. 
My personal suggestion is that, 
regardiess of which of the 
two most westegly north-and- 
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to or from Virginia Beach, 
motor over U.S. 13 betwéen 
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South of Freudenstadt the 
highways are slower and not 
as broad, but well kept. One 
may angle to the west towards 


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‘Second City 


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By Robert Seaver 


SANTIAGO DE CUBA, Cuba 
Most vacationers making the 
Caribbean circuit miss one of 
the most colorful spots in the 
area by skipping this old Span- 
ish seaport town. 

History-steeped Santiago was 
once first city of the island, 
and now is second only to 
Havana. It was the spot from 
which the Spanish sallied forth 
to conquer, and from which 
they finally withdrew in the 
face of revolutionary fervor. 

The city has special interest 
for Americans, for it is sur- 
rounded by scenes from the 
Spanish-American War. 


SANTIAGU IS not one of 
the established tourist water- 
ing places. As a result, there is 
more color and fewer tourist 
traps than in many other 
places on the island. 

Only one “tourist-type” hotel 
is now in operation, the Casa 
Grande, where the waitresses 


speak only Spanish and there 
is no English on the menu. 
Catercorner across the town 
square, however, is one of the 
oldest Spanish cathedrals in 
the new world, and only a few 
miles out of town is one of the 
most picturesque Spanish forts 
in existence. It is the 
“Morro Castle,” smaller, but 
more accessible than its name- 
sake in Havana harbor. 


AT PRESENT it’s not as 
easy to reach Santiago as it is 
to wing direct from Havana to 
Port-Au-Prince in Haiti, or 
Ciudad Trujillo in the Domini- 
can Republic. 

The only major airline to 
serve the area is Cuba's own, 
Cubana Airlines, 

Excellent highways serve 
the area, and rail transporta- 
tion is regular. 

Incidentally, the port of San- 
tiago has been added to the 
12-day Caribbean cruises op- 


erated by the United Fruit Co. 
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A PONY FOR A PIXIE: A setting for romance as well as sun-filled fun is the Florida 
coast as these two are finding out over one of the carousel horses which decorate 
Daytona Beach. 


Today’ 


Corpulent. 
Van Gogh 
town. 

Fine china. 
University 
group. 
Merriment. 
Feminine 
secrets. 
Cut. 
Identical. 
Not 
equestrians, 
not 
pedestrians. 
48 Deserter. 
49 Occurred 
before. 
Alters. 
Actor 
Novarro. 
Eucalyptus, 
ash, sequoia 


31 
32 


1 Flagstones, 
e.g. 

6 Confronted 

11 Stogy. 

16 Slope. 

21 Ital. 
discoverer. 

22 Dwelling 
place. 

23 Indian. 41 

24 Caruso, eg. 42 

25 Bellini’s 43 
“sleep- 
walker.” 

26 Professional 
man. 

27 Mexican 
quirt. 

28 Cultivate. 

29 Burdened. 

30 Predecessor 
of the Vul- 57 
gate. 


33 
35 


37 
39 


54 
55 


Banishes. 

Wandered. 

Acquire 

knowledge. 

Infirm. 

Snouts. 

Curl 

Minerva’s 

shield. 

Russian 

John. 

Site of Iowa 

college. 

40 Long steps. 
Naughty 42 Scoff 
classic. 43 Mature lady. 

11 Small crown. 44 Greek letter. 

12 Weather 45 Pert. to a 
map line. tissue: anat. 

13 Pluckier. Unique 

14 Moslem events. 

officers. Rescued. 


15 
16 
17 


Burn with 
water. 
Alabama 
county. 
Tolerate. 
Galloping 
dominoes. 
Criteria. 
Hunger 
periods. 
Aid. 36 
Musical 
passages. 
Rom. 
officials. 


18 
19 
20 
34 


38 


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46 
47 


ACROSS 
58 Grounded 73 Solemn 
support for procedure. 
a structure. 74 Dedicates. 
Eliminates 78 Bight of—, 
editorially. Africa. 
60 Contributed. 79 Shaggy dogs. 
Subdues. 84 Goldsmith 
Lace edge. or Twist. 
Culture 85 Hair im- 
prover. 
86 Fools. 
87 Son of 
Jacob. 
88 Gamester 
89 Origin of a 
Venus. 
90 Legal 
regulations. 
91 Flaxen cloth. 
92 Eur. river. 
93 Billiard shot. 
94 Professor of 
pickpocket- 
ing. 


59 


6 
62 
63 


65 


66 
inspirer. 
67 Assembled. 
69 Tended. 
70 Dog's tail, 
e.g. 
71 Mar’s oppo- 
site number. 
72 Norse gods. 


DOWN 

Equipped 66 Quotes. 

with wea- 68 Loather. 

pons. 69 Genus of 

Mimicking. dogs. 

Siam. 0 Metal 

weight. threads. 

52 Abscond. Poison. 

53 Restrain. Matured. 

56 Manly Extinct 
fellows. birds. 

57 Small Skip in 

candle. speech. 

60 Strong Iniquities. 

winds. Manifest. 

European Filipino 

siskin. knives. 

62 Called in Accounting 
hotel examination 
fashion. Wonderland 

64 More devoid wanderer. 
of covering. Russian 

65 Wild dis- leader. 

order. 82 Occurrence. 


49 
50 
5I 


72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
- 78 
79 
80 


81 


61 


101 
102 
104 


105 
109 


lil 
116 
117 
119 


100 


102 
103 


s Crossword Puzzle 


Sport of 
kings. 
Anc. Roman 
coins. 
— Whom the 
Bell Tolls.” 
Residential 
units. 
Mild. 
Retread. 
Asian fish- 
ing vessel, 
Swatter. 
Totipal- 
mate bird. 
Legal 
minorities. 
Type of 
drum. 
Excuse: 
colloq. 
Accumwu- 
late. 


Warbles. 
Sandpiper. 
Boxer or 
schnauzer. 


Tormented. 


So. Amer. 
hawks 
Stratified. 
Indian. 
Concentra- 
tion points. 
Western 
city. 
—Eugenie. 
Maltese, 
Angora. 
Siamese. 
Preferred 
flight. 
Refund. 
Novel,“— 
or Virtue 
Rewarded. 


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121 


7 Te 


Century 
plant. 
Degrade. 
Persian 
gold coin. 
Fix anew. 
Theme. 
Tiny par- 
ticles. 
Make 
exultant. 
Mission, 
San An- 
tonio. 


Construct. 
Newspaper | 
profession. 
Treats | 
champagne | 
Food de- 
rived from 
orchids. 
Javelins. 


Impress. 
Work. 
Subside. 
AttitudinI- 
zes. 
Arizona 
Indians. 
Of the 
nose. 
Greek 
market- 
place. 
Open- 
mouthed 
starer. 
Dispossess. | 
Denomina- | 
tions. 
Caucasian 
Chinese. 
Strewn: 


heraldry. 


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| 
| 


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_ Jackson Lake Lodge 
| Tetons, as well as stations in 
| Livingston, Billings, West Yel- 
_ lowstone, Bozeman and Butte, 
| Mont.: 
| Falls 

| Cars may be driven from one 


| Mammoth Springs Hotel, 


TRAVEL 


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Better ‘Drive I? 
To Keep Car Fit 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


Sunday, April 29, 1956 


Cll 


Charging up your intel Bus Tours Start Along Skyline Drive 


lectual batteries is important 
—and so is charging up your 
car batteries for vacation and 


dafly service. A practical and, 


painless way to improve car) 
life and wear is advanced by) 


the American Automobile As- 
sociation, which boils the 
method down into two words, 
“Drive it.” 

Too many automobiles are 
never really warmed up in the 


brief trips to the market and 


business which they are given 
by city and suburban drivers. 
A good run of a few miles on 
the open highway will, the 
AAA says, free sticky valves 
in the engine, remove soot 
from spark plugs, free brakes 
which haye been grabbing, and 
charge up the battery. 


TRAVEL 


Now You Can 
‘Drive Yourself 
In Yellowstone 


For the first time travelers’ 
to Yellowstone and Grand 
Teton National Parks can do| 
their sightseeing in “Grive-| 
yourself” cars which can be 
rented at nearby cities in Mon-| 
tana, Wyoming and Idaho and/| 
at several points within the 
parks. 

The Yellowstone Park com- 
pany, the Grand Teton Park 
transportation company and 
the Avis rent-acar service are 
cooperating in the project! 
which permits vacationers to 
ride common carriers to park 
areas and, on arrival, to rent 
cars for go-as-you please vaca- 
tion tours of the two national 
parks. 

The new service was fre- 
vealed by the Northern Pacific 
Railway in an announcement 
of plans to arrange for rental 
of late model cars for summer 
vacationers traveling to the 
parks on the Vista-Dome North) 
Coast Limited. Passengers ar- 
riving in Livingston, Billings, 
Butte or Bozeman, Mont., can| 
now extend their vacations by 
motoring through Yellowstone 
and the Tetons. 

Up to now, railroad travel- 
ers have almost exclusively 
used sightseeing buses of the 
park companies, with driver- 
guides who point out attrac- 
tions along the way—a tradi- 
tion in the Yellowstone coun- 
try for over 80 years, from the 
days of horse-drawn stages to 
presem day convertible buses. 

Sightseeing buses will con- 
tinue to transport most of the) 


| common carrier travelers but! 


drive-yourself sedans will also 
be available in the spring, 
summer and autumn seasons 
for vacationists who prefer to/ 
drive themselves. 

Under the drive-yourself ar- 
rangement, the Avis rent-a-car 
service has set up offices at 
Old 
Faithful Inn, Grand Canyon 
Hotel in Yellowstone Park and 
in the 


Cody, Wyo., and Idaho 
and Pocatello, Idaho.| 


city or park station and re- 
leased at another. 


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12 Sunday, April 29, 1956 


ten 


_Menten x. ___nimucenext.__| That Independence Man | = = @ SOP | the Finest 


Maps Out Own Odyssey [33> = = ot iiskind 


By Horace Sutton “< : ‘ oe sith | | | Ever Published! 
1% ae | : # } NE <8 iw gM | NEW 1956 EDITION 


< ~~ 
apes : 
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GOLF Privote Course on our premises ... Magnificent AMONG THE half a million comparing batting averages, % NOS ee ee as 
Club House facilities .. PRANK SCELZO, PGA. Pre | Americar.s who will be travel- anyone in the house is invited , ag oe 5ae ees FN a as Psp ome ey age 
her ch h rts me ing to Europe this bumper to match trip plans with the aA ‘lle at ys ie re a | 
TENNIS 12 All-weother championship cov R oe n P , former Chief Executive. OS: ~giee e. : 
SWIMMING World's Lorgest all-stee! ; | pe Neha fr shor’ duhad dated Truman departs the Manhat- gaan od > owas ‘ - 
fillered POOL .. Private Loke ... Water gis Ae oe te tan docks May 11 aboard the ; pen | eo we 
SaRRG veornates SONG. | t va db. me att S. S. United States, and a safe , oa ® 
ENTERTAINMENT Heodlive Se 4 af whom want ; and patriotic choice it is. FOF 
sented in on exciting, intimate atmo f ime ta cheek one thing, the American ship 
FABULOUS NITE CLUB feoturing wor! “ ltheir itiners- “ze poet agin gy ene nmol neal “an 
LECUONA CUBAN BOYS ORCHESTRA | ries. and Harry #7 = Atlantic, ; nother, i1 
eppecring for the entire summer S Truman ; its zeal for fireproofing it cat 
Exquisite NEW moderna eccommodetion ... He eitimote ie com'ort : 4 man a In- ries nota st \ of wood except 
’ 4 - ~ ndence the batons of the orchestra 
a Pavor't Tr van an not leaders, the butcher’s block » 
moor and the piano. Careful there, : ; *. eee ee ge Ot 
only set up his ere. ; 
ood S¢ A Bae Mr. Pres.dent, when sitting r. : — eo 7 : oe nd oe | 7 
Sutton down to play. , ‘ ; , , 
| the aid of a ute pea) From their rooms in the Hotel Excelsior, the Trumans will view the Bay of Naples 
Country Club travel agent, but he hasn't ARRIVING AT Le Havre and sniff the aromas emanating from the Zi Teresa Restaurant. 
SACKETT LAKE ; | even asked for a letter of in- on May 16 at 8 a. m., Truman 
me + nn . | troduction. Having made two ney Paris 
MONTICELLO , : | ; journeys to Paris on the boat ree ere a ca 
an Renta business trips, one to France train, stays overnight And de- Italian press, has expressed a In the vicinity of Venice, awakened in the morning by 196-PAGE BOOK 
SEE YOUR TRAVEL AGENT or ; 4 | im 1918 and one to Potsdam parts the next day for Italy desire to view the temple once the a —- ay hn the song of the deep-throated ro 
eee — . P P . nf ti Z ne " legs ’ £ molet , a 5S , 
Phone MONTICELLO (N. Y.) 1492 in 1945, Truman has friends aboard the R i e Express. at sunrise and once at sunset MP onto Se ge Ro Coregans 1956. the Gaturday Revies pemseee te guunbios ttm 
————— abroad. — i The Trumans are booked into i SUSGIO, PSlCul uy ss : ss te valblabahemaai nat be . 
. ’ . The next day he will be at +; y , . lef? . . 1001 special eftractions. Color 
; Comparing itineraries hav- the Hassler-Vilia Medici. a de- nda, on whic. Jeflerson's Lake Luzerne, N. Y. 
Call RE. 7-1234, ask for Circulation, and order The Wash- | ing become a bigger spring lightful, quiet inn which sits Pompeii, perhaps remember- Monticello was »ased pnotes, maps 
ington Post and Times Herald guaranteed home delivery. sport in the United States than + the end of the via Sistina img how, when former Presi- There will be almost a week ORTHWOODS FREE 
rs ‘ : ; > ole ¢ rp he : 
—__—_ , . — overlooking the Spanish dent Grant visit.d there in the n Salzburg, wher the former LAKESIDE RANCH SENG FOR c COPY TODAY 
Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts is “ware M ‘ T *' . . President \A ill work on the 
— ' , —— / stairs. | oe wii do well to spring of 1887, a Pompeian wneech he is to deliver late ¢ the time of 
keep Mrs. T, from descending house was excavited for him at Oxford, which gives him a 


— — “« ' . . . . 
ack Up eo°0 for all roun | “m SS ae yong gS — digging turnes Up nothing degree June 20 Then the ' 2 rrous . Sead “New York Stote Vocatiorionds 
i uf, 4 » ’ " < : : . Kaya : Te | yy an in . . - ‘ - te 
\ a. , vat a few vases, and local party boards the Orient Ex- oat lnm onto: ested 
" . "gr af ni . ‘ all Ris “ ; : , A ’ ' : , ¥ 


+ i mos. expensive shopping author ities offered to excavate press for a week in France e* 
sireets another. Grant's party decided Th F b ickiovs § ; psit . mp 
: stiek tare 
The Truman entourage torturn to his ship “to excav- 2S Sa. oe New York tude rar note 
. & ‘ : : we oe first things first, have already a ey ry aay ee 
which will include Stanley ate a beefsteak” instead dachind oh the Tr parm _ wou ie os arbuaten ns 
Woodward, once chief of pro- North from Rome on May me rat Pom Be lt ectade iy =eaeoe” | 3 Sew von € et Ve 
| tocol of the State Department, 25 he Trumans head into * - "4 , ro 
P » % “ the Auberge St. Jacques in Or HONEYMOON - aS telond Resear. Ver 


| zooms down to Naples on the the Middle Ages. visiting the 
| Rapido, the far tony ne express, hill town of Assisi en route leans, the city liberated by | SUGGESTIONS 
: and will descend at the Hotel to Florence. They are booked Joan of Are; the Hotel France | Yours, free ~ brochures, rates 
Come prepared lo take your choice: Excelsior, a charming estab- into the Grand Hotel, the et Guise in Biois; the Ottoni and complete information about 
lishment which o-erlooks the town’s No. 2 hotel. They leave 19” outside the gates of Chen § of the world's most romant 
- Cape Cod - Historic Boston - Nantucket Bay of Naples and the Zi May 28 for Venice, where they paces Be a = oe stn age a toy Ng 
. ‘ ° Teresa Restauran*. The air will stay at the Gritti Palace, ~~". ; . ef line Seeman te : 
ROEPER + Vas Remnes + Veyeleels around the Zi Teresa rings a story-book hotel which has ‘@tionale in Tours. pane tee Gone ne “ 


’ . : : ; 
+ Pioneer Valley - Martha's Vineyard with the gustations of citizens already been the home of _ Before journeying over to Vermont. Plus @ helpful felder 
Toscanini, England, the party will spend How to Use the Services of 


+ Mohawk Trail - Old Sturbridge slurping Zuppe di Vongole, Princess Margaret, 
which is clams stewed in hot Sinclair Lewis and Heming- nearly a week at the Hote! A Travel Agent.” For your packet 
Wittibrug in The Hague. “No write now te 


Bring all your gear. .. olive oil and tomatoes, and the way. The hotel is much written | : | ‘ - - 
there's so much to enjoy here. moan of Neapolitan tenors about in Hemingway's “Across jazz band breaks the silence HONEYMOON SUGGESTIONS } Call RE. 7-1234, ask for Cireu- 
oy ery “ . and repose of the nicht.” says Room 507, S00 FIFTH AVENUE lation, ahd orde r The Wash 
Sendy beaches and inland lekes 1 urging everyone to “Come the River and Into the Trees.” p ; j ae A | : . : 
Se} ’ ie mute con to swim or sen'-+* | Back to Sorrento.” an old Wittibrug folder, “and ) VERE 20, 0 rea ington Pest and Fimes Herald 
ty seas and quiet streams to ees . , one wakes in the morning to ~— ~ -. : guarantees lome elivery. 
In answer to Truman's spe- ° mm U rn ~ -- 
. a = % } " . iis e 
Championship golf courses . . . Historic scenes cial wish, the party rides down Maine Parks Busy the song of the bird Shot tly TRAVEL TRAVEL 
at every turn... Mav 22 to Paestum. where : “i after returning to the States seal : a 
Tramen, according to the AUGUSTA, Me. — Maine's july 3, Truman will make a 
All are here in Massachusetts! increasing vacation-travel bus- cafari to Chicavo. where he is 
iness is reflected in the sharp scheduled to eat a meal at the 
rise in the use of park facili- Auberge du Stockyards, travel 
ties. State Park Director Har- aposrgd a donk ey and be 
old J. Dyer reports that the 


sieaieesli 


For FREE Vacation Kils ~ Write to: 
MASSACHUSETTS DEPT. OF COMMERCE, 334 Boylston St., Rm. 190, Boston 16, Mass. A MAINE VACATION number of persons registering 


TRAVEL 2000 miles of seacoast, uncrowded at such areas has tripled overs 


TRAVEI RAVE | Quebec, Canada 
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nine such parks and the same 


Fverything for recreation and relata- 
number of “memorials.” 


tion. Send for FREP Vecetion Pilee- 
ming Kit, Maine Vacation Service, 


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ONE GLOR/OUS JOUR / Ci ==} 


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By Robert Seaver 


SANTIAGO DE CUBA, Cuba 
Most vacationers making the 
Caribbean circuit miss one of 
the most colorful spots in the 
area by skipping this old Span- 
ish seaport town. — 

History-steeped Santiago was 
Ofice first city of the island, 
and now is second only to 
Havana. It was the spot from 
which the Spanish sallied forth 
to conquer, and from which 
they finally withdrew in the 
face of revolutionary fervor. 

The city has special interest 
for Americans, for it is sur- 
rounded by scenes from the 
Spanish-American War. 


SANTIAGU IS not one of 
the established tourist water- 
ing places. As a result, there is 
more color and fewer tourist 
traps than in many other 
places on the island. 

Only one “tourist-type” hotel 
is now in operation, the Casa 
Grande, where the waitresses 


speak only Spanish and there 
is no English on the menu. 

Catercorner across the town 
square, however, is one of\the 
oldest Spanish cathedrals \in 
the new world, and only a féw 
miles out of town is one of the 
most picturesque Spanish forts 
in existence. It is the original 
“Morro Castle,” smatier, but 
more accessible than its name- 
sake in Havana harbor. 


AT PRESENT it's hot as 
easy to reach Santiago as it is 
to wing direct from Havana to 
Port-Au-Prince in Haiti, or 
Ciudad Trujillo in the Domini- 
can Republic. 

The only major airline to 
serve the area is Cuba’s own, 
Cubana Airlines, 

Excellent highways serve 
the area, and rail transporta- 
tion is regular. 

Incidentally, the port of San- 
tiago has been added to the 
12-day Caribbean cruises op- 


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To Keep Car Fit 


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method down into two words, 
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Too many automobiles are 
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brief trips to the market and 
business which they are given 
by city and suburban drivers. 
A good run of a few miles on 
the open highway will, the 
AAA says, free sticky vaives 
in the engine, remove soot 
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which haye been grabbing, and 
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| THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERALD 


Sunday, April | 29, 1956 


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A one-day bus tour from 
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along Skyline Drive in the 
Shenandoah National Park 
was instituted yesterday by 


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AMONG THE half a million 
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comparing batting averages, 
anyone in the house is invited 
to match trip plans with the 
former Chief Executive. 

Truman departs the Manhat- 
tan docks May 11 aboard the 
S. S. Lnited States, and a safe 
and patriotic choice itis, For 
one thing, the American ship 
holds the blue ribbon of the 
Atlantic, and, for another, in 
its zeal for fireproofing it car 
ries not a stick of wood except 
the batons of the orchestra 
leaders, the butcher's block 
and the piano. Careful there, 
Mr. Pres.dent, when sitting 
down to play. 


ARRIVING AT Le Havre 
on May 16 at 8 a. m., Truman 
journeys to Paris on the boat 
train, stays overnight and de- 
parts the next day for Italy 
aboard the R»1 e Express. 
The Trumans are booked into 


the Hassler-Vilia Medici, a de- 
lightful, quiet inn which sits 


at the end of the via Sistina 
overlooking the Spanish 
Stairs. Mr. T. wii do well to 
kee» Mrs. T, from descending 
the stairs, for ai the bottom is 
ihe via Condotti, one of Eur 
ope's mos: expensive shopping 
streets. 

The Truman entouragce 
which will include Stanley 
Woodward, once chief of pro- 
tocol of the State Department, 
zooms down to Naples on the 
Rapido, the extra-fare express, 
and will descend at the Hotel 
Excelsior, a charming estab- 
lishment which o-erlooks the 
Bay of Naples and the Zi 
Teresa Restauran*. The air 
around the Zi Teresa rings 
with the gustations of citizens 
slurping Zuppe di Vongole, 
which is clams stewed in hot 
olive oil and tomatoes, and the 
moan of Neapolitan tenors 
urging everyone to “Come 
Back to Sorrento.” 

In answer to Truman’s spe- 
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Italian press, 


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The digging turnec up nothing 
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has expressed a 
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at sunrise and once at sunset. 


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the Trumans 


the vicinity of Venice, 
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Monticello was Yased. 

There will be almost a week 
in Salzburg, where the former 


President will work on the 
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degree June 20 Then the 
party boarts the Orient Ex 
press for a week in France. 
The French, sticklers for 
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et Guise in Bieis; the Ottoni 
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Any language takes study 
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With the number of visitors 
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A new seaquarium has 
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The building is located on the 
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Canadian Town’s Already Lit Up for a July Binge 


The Flin Flon Trout Festi- 
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where the street lights burn 
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bigger than ever this year. It 
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14,000, but the frontier spirit 


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FIVE-DAY CRUISES on the 
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The ships sail from Port Mc- 
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Tuesdays and Saturdays. 

All-expense fares run from 
$80 for an inside room to $90 
for an outside room. 


Ocean City, Md. 


Beautifully Purnished 


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of hospitality is still very much 
ir evidence. 
A 1956 automobile will go to 

a angler catching the largest 
lake trout this year. Last 
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38 pounds. The Festivai of- 
fers another contest, the $1000 
Gold Rush Canoe Derby, cov- 
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and river, and taking in a num- 
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the bush. There will also be a 
peauty contest, outboard mo- 
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water sport revues and nightly 
stage presentations and danc- 
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The fishing waters near Flin 
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At@@ntic City, N. J. 


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Continuing Boom 


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By Alexander Henderson | their growing sales in this coun- 
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By J. A. Livingston 
, $e . Washington Success Story 
When you read this, if all has gone well, I shall be in the Soviet | ——~ State Loan & Finance Corp., Washington, yesterday reported Leute os 
net income of $711,711 for the first quarter of 1956, a 30 per 


Union studying the economy. I plan to look at factories, visit! , 
mines, confer with economists and officials. I hope to be able! cent increase over the same period last year. The earnings 
to come to conclusions about Soviet industrial development— QC OFi hi e Af) as were the highest. for a first quarter in the company’s on. 
its debits and credits, its possibilities for = : | year history . Sina YOU CAN 
growth: Can the Soviet economy, embracing % After preferred stock divi-| 


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a massive population and territory, overtake | | r° dends, the net was equal to 36 Bankers Association as chair GROW 
oe Seow Nene: . 2 | OWS = O ' OW cents a common share for the\man of the IBA Savings Bond 

first quarter as compared with'Committee for the Washington SUCCESS 


How far I get in finding the answer to that 
question will depend on the openness of 28 eentn & adhere tm the corre-\eree. Nees is a pertner in 


" J os * . ? . 7 ° en oor : 
Soviet Union officials. Will they talk? No City 8 a anne , wmeriha ‘Sire ae ees... sponding 1955 period. David A. Johnston, Lemon & Co. 


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matter what, I'll be able to judge whether edie’ eet Tk ER hi Pe TR. Penn 

A. : 4 : : . eh lis. wh bate rs Me P ey, treasurer of State Loan, : ; 
the “new freedom under Nikita Khrushchev Expands at apid ae Pg eee Pal _ 7. Tw alae w¥ noted there were 1,909,597 aver- Acacia Elects Crippen if you have management or 
and Nikolai Bulganin is real or propaganda. :  seimeaiioatl See age number of common shares; Ljowd K\Cri . — professional abilities, and for 
Meanwhile, since I'll be away from domestic gf fy Pace Since 1949 : * * tstandi oaks Gen Medi a eee oe eereeees vice pte whatever reason are dissatis. 
doings for two months, I’m going to set down at a : Ss E joutstanding, agains dent and avtuary of Acacia fied with your rate of progress 
1 tod a ad By S. Oliver Goodman ; 3 /- >» | for the first period of 1955. ‘Mutual Life Insurance Co., has eld | ; _— 
my prognosis for the year: y ». iver \& ce . ‘ | Oth highlight f th you should investigate Success 
I still think that when Nov. 6 comes around, Livingston Financial Editor i : { “ : lpeng's report: 9 : ot oe bg - director, How- Planning. Bernard Haldane’s 
President Eisenhower will be able to wave a “Prosperity” banner) Barnum L. Colton, president) - Me ati ‘ 4 Total loans made and wins 7 we oe techniques, now in their sec- 
and, like Prof. Higgins in “My Fair Lady,” sing, “I did it.” ‘of National Bank of Washing-| © > } b _ | chased through March 31, 1956 tao 2 emt 6 , — oe ond decade of application 
But it’s entirely possible that Wall Street won't celebrate. ton. marks two milestones in| ; ee 2 ne: a a amounted to $26 377 126 ‘an in. t e company, , have proved beneficial to 
Diverse pressures, including the Federal Reserve Board, are at) 1956. | phi ya eae ae crease of $9,911,071 or 60 per conden. Decoid | ete Nt geed we ete say 
’ , Pt ig Na ee -_ J . , hede : 7 , Feat job satistaction, 

work. _ One is his 40th anniversary hy eae . > 4 ie iecent over volume for the first’ F. Roberts has ee end new opportunities, 
in banking and the other is) 9%» ee y= ee period of 1955. been promoted . 


The British Sweepstakes Ihis 60th birthday. | ieee Rite : ss | Customers notes receivable|ta anancial vice | 4 =a 


The United States is caught in a worldwide boom. The high; Chances are he'll try to ig- Se ion Nh , ' 
level of economic well-being here isn't unique. Production and nore both events. He'll plead “— Sraats comspenel’ aie eet aan yer oo 
employment in Austria, Australia, Belgium, ‘—om F pero he’s too busy for fuss and 060 & year ane. an theresbe of deel = 
the United Kingdom are all up from a year ago. United States feathers. approximately 40 per cent. : : 
exports and imports are at all-time highs. As domestic econo-; Barney as his friends call Three new offices were pur- a ee , 
mies expand, so does international trade (see chart). him. dodged this interview for chased during the quarter,| comec! —— Crippen 

In England, the boom is so insistent that Chancellor of the | three months. His modesty is a bringing the number of operat-preeident snd general counse! ae re 

Exchequer Harold Macmillan is using an Irish Sweepstakes | yword in financial circles. He ing offices to 123 as of March Four new senior aces eaak cie ! 

gimmick to entice Britons to save their money, to stop spend- | finally agreed on the basis that = 31, 1956. \tlene were crested ond » hy ee Success Planning 's 

ing. Under the plan, as put forth in the recent budget, the (anything written “would be A owing Eitadiar titan’ oben your promite of 

government will offer non-interest-bearing bonds costing one | mostly about National Bank of Nauheim Joins Broker (o4 to &) them: Frank Deviin glowing future. 
pound ($2.80) each. Every three months there would be a draw- | Washington.” , : : | conte D : : - k Devlin 

ing. Winners would get 1000 pounds, or $2800 each. A British | And there's plenty to be writ- | Ferd Nauheim of Washington sore gh vod — -., a 

lottery is Britain’s way of cutting the consumer's purse to the I ten about NBW. the city’s old- jhas become a general partner oma ca ie speshanek 

ee oe ies, the heavy industries can't kee ace with | bank but—most of the in- of the New York Stock Ex- public relations; William Simp 
TS pA mood ip soupetie equipment—for freight cars, Bee haben teresting part has happened , 4 | change firm of Kalb, Voorhis & son, second vice president and 
electric power plants, machine tools. Here, stee] plants are since Colton pte elected its a 'Co., it Was an- « - associate actuary, and Lester 
P Paetas. president on April 14, 1949. é ‘nounced yes Van Ness, second vice president, 
B. > age erin ny Boe 9 ~ ter day. Nau- # ‘office administration. 
FOREIGN TRADE BOOM in 1948 with Adie $25 million ) bony od Acard j Si 
We buy and sell more abroad, but business here in assets amassed during its| ' m= 8 bap ~— or Stragusa 
sate ee ae om wes ~= Sov 4 Sen. Everett Dirksen (R-I11.) 


is up so much, the foreign share has shrunk. ‘existence of 140 years, be 
eo By James McNamars, Staff Photographer |/SnE and sales j will present the achievement 


Forsign Wade As 9, OF ~ Today, the 147-year-old insti- training attivi- © gt : 
Metinal Produ Ce a ee Pee BARNUM L. COLTON tics for the pe | |award of the Advertising Club |] PAE 8.9747 
| largest bank with assets of more benefit of th | are vile ° 
‘than $260 million. . «+ “Can’t Think of a Better Field” oe ; | of Washington on Monday to 
| During the past seven years ih vesimen > m= Ross D. Siragusa, president of 
ifism and its : \ 
the Admiral Corp. The presen 


Bernard Haldane Associates 


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\of phenomenal growth, NBW| | ; 

| , Wy ’ tomers. Up : 

‘has figured in two dramatic\vice president and real estate|branches have been done over |©¥Stomers. Nauheim | 

| ‘ , ; de a name for him-| and modern equipment in-|'0 this time, a vo ae oe ee Oe EXECUTIVE JOB 

battles for stock control officer, he made a quip , vat 

| self as a capable banker, hard|stalled where needed. . The Nauheim has operated as a di-|club’s luncheon in the Willard COUNSELORS Inc 

| swe Dramatic Bids worker and all-around swell| branches are now all housed in|Tect mail consultant for many /|Hotel. Secretary of Commerc: - . 

| First was in 1949 when inter-|guy. Even his golfing score |buildings owned by National vee rey He said that sinclair Weeks, Rt. Rev. Msgr 1026 Seventeenth St., N.W, 

‘ests identified as John L.|was good—for a banker. Bank of Washington.” | pe u 1 ey tw - Sm Maurice Sheehy. a number a! Washington 6, D. C, 

‘Lewis’ United Mine Workers | Then came April, 1949. Stock} Meanwhile NBW’s progress @*tivilies me id ‘atthe h he members of Congress, generals. 
~~ outbid the National Metropoli-|control of venerable National|hasn’t been at a standstill. ov yaw sod ere, SK tH Sladmirals and noted civilias 

= = | = eS ie tan Bank for control of NBW.|Bank of Washington changed /Shortly after the consolidation |W!!! oto . ane en pee 8 will sit at the head table Sira 

Sowee Department of Commerce That was when Colton, then hands and the new owners of-|on Oct. 1, 1954, assets stood at oes ode e elk = ns nom! gusa is being cited ‘or 

vice president of National Sav-|fered Colton the presidency. ae ee and loans were css, Weneimnammenat CENTS. company’s pioneering in th 

operating “over capacity.” American Telephone & Telegraph ings & Trust Co., entered the| Every person has the dream million. : : : : juse of printed circuits and for 

4 spend picture. He was offered and ac-|of being top man and Colton| The latest report as of April Lincoln Service Gains ithe development aan sine 4 


Co. put its stamp on the boom by announcing plans to G ac , , 
$2 billion this year—twice as much as General Motors Corp. will cepted the presidency of NBW. | was no exception. — moved 7 gle gdh agp a 888 Lincoln Service Corp. re-|automation in radio and tele- ry ' : 
1954 his office from 15th and New ; o ' | ported consolidated net income vision.” 


spend, and the highest annual sum for any corporation in History repeated in < 
the ow NBW NY re. to 7th and Pennsyl-| 397. | 
when the owners of NBW, now| York ave. to y | Colton now looks forward to| of $699,001 for the nine months 


American history. | ieee 
Pr ie a $120-million institution, out-|vania ave. nw. 5 | 
It's Up to You and Me ibid American Security & Trust| since, as Colton put it, “there oo as wanpe 4 — a ended March 31 compared to) ’ 
AT&T is responding to the demand for telephones—50 million |©®. for stock control of $106-|hasn’t been a dull or idle mo- ; . - Washi with the Dound: | $586,832 for the corresponding| ADVISE BIT j 
million Hamilton National | ment” to-grow Washington area. period a yea jously. The| ; 
ment. or this interview, congenial P®™!0¢ * Year previousiy. . 


will be in service in 1957, as against 47 million this year. At the wee : : Rak tee | : ‘ 
end of 1945, there were only 22.7 million telephones. That’s how | "45% | In five years, NBW deposits Colton secluded himself in an 1956 figure is equivalent to| are you a name — or a time ' | ql 
the company and the country have flourished! | Consolidation of Hamilton|more than quadrupled. While ...+sirs conference room “away $2.02 a share on the 301,962 Clock number? If you are an { \ ’ 


The 1956 question mark is the consumer: What will you and|and NBW on Oct. 1, 1954, put|deposits increased about $80); my regular office where shares of common stock out-| Engineer and would like to 
‘ , “| work in an Aircraft Organi 


I do Will we sustain production of automobiles, TV sets, cloth-|Colton at the helm of a $226-|million, loans went up aboutiip.r6 are too many interrup- ) 4 (7 T 

ing at current levels? Will production of 1957 automobiles pick|million institution. An addi-|$18 million. ‘tions and phone calls.” (P. S. standing as of March 31 com-/ zation small enough to recog- rh WOLLD HY | 

up? If so, good times till election and beyond are assured. The tional $36 million in assets has| Then came 1954 and the con-)-),, phone calls followed him Pared to $1.70 a share on the; nize initiative and talent . a 
and—large enough to handle 


1956 fourth quarter would initiate a new uptrend. And that, been added since 1954. : |solidation with Hamilton Na- upstairs), 292760 common shares out- . 
Colton emphasizes that NBW’s tional Bank. The third and standing a year earlier, the lat- Major Airframe Projects... (AND THIS IS THE 


apparently, is the Federal Reserve Board expectation—or it ooh % “yy > : thelfourth 1 gest Washington 27 Years In Home 
would not have raised the price of money—boosted the discount srow as no en & © | fou we) 4 st TO BUY IT 
rate. The Reserve wants to stretch out prosperity, avoid a specu-|expense of other Washington| banks merged and Colton be-| Looking back over his 40 vofinet the ¢ “1 ~ one opi _— he a pool oe er ae re 
re bul borrowed money) followed by an ugh! |banks.” Large new deposits|came head of an institution , teante | tee ee ee ae mmediate positions 
lative bulge (based on borrow " . . have come to NBW from out-|with more than $235 million a ore - Kone A cant March 23, this year. available in 
| think of a better field fora man| Operating income for the DESIGN & LAYOUT 


Remember the Fall of £6 : Reo cdlan Sie’ Wided to ancl te atte tenet. & lf in|to enter.” He has “enjoyed a|latest nine months totaled $3 
mat ren’t too sure.|thus adding life blood to the| He also foun mse o enter. e has “enjoyed a ° 
miSame,fovernment officials and economists aren't too sure |Soncmig "Expansion of” this|Hamilto's quarters at ith and| happy family’ Ie” has’ boy|(a260_ against $3.0033%2 for| STRUCTURES 
omanmeenie boom: that corporations and businessmen are expand-|#Téa. iG sts. nw., now the main office | ;, military service, a married the nine months ended March STRESS 
, | yy oat ¢| Gray-halred, handsome and|of NBW. ; 31, 1955. Operating expenses 
ing in expectation of a we ig eae in nese gg distinguished in appearance,| About this time, Colton was  @aughter* and been “blessed |totaled $2,598,841 for the 1956 AERODYNAMICISTS 
. , v s » OO, : ° : : ae 7 ” | : , ne XCepton, 15 
> onde ae at argh oan cemauiaae tog |Colton looks and acts like a|beginning to feel like a batter; With good health. | Period compared with $2,015,- LOFTSMEN if more than anv therein. Huge 
mach sedmation ond too much lnventery The basis: well cast Hollywood version of|with six pitchers hurling fast} For the last 27 years he has//*’ & year earlier. The earned SYSTEMS backlogs of business insure 
Retail trade in the first four months of 1956 has been onl r — Ray es a then, Clones at him from every direc-| jived at 111 Oxford st. in evi y AB Send your resume now. or |} S0UNd profits far ahead. As- 
; _ |fee , he keeps his weig on. | Tio 316,400; > ; um » O1 ie then Gina 
fair—just a few per cent above last year. es — down to a trim 165 pounds. #8 . . Chase, Md. | ithis year and $2,852,851 last; Write for an interview at your spa ogg ay t a Bos ee 
tion ts down. So is farm income. Housing, a . teen ong ¢ | Outside of a few more fur- tegration and Expansion Among his other activities, |year. convenience to: lg es ee ee 
— bailding ager or iggy yoy eee Boy nator ‘rows in his brow, Colton shows! Hamilton's operations were he is a director of the following:| | , =~ © WAS been ctendile : saatalahend 
new homes actually started, “s * |no outward signs of the many|integrated into NBW’'s or was Chespeake & Ohio Railway Nees Heads Committee me allan” eels - a 
And tight credit could stifle sales. lit wi , > 1’ Co., Firemen’s Insurance Co.,) STROUKOFF and i also nearly three 
My hunch is that lack of demand won't pull the economy down. |‘/98s that have happened to/it vice versa? It's hard to tell.) 5 al E “o] ‘a Title| . Dermard J. Nees has been ap- it as great. 
“4 eae os ne he ~~ rd pull of construction will give @!m during the past seven/In addition to the integration || eal Estate and Columbia Title! ,ointed by the Investment AIRCRAFT CORP. 
oe Ib one vo it nate lift nee years. job, NBW immediately eeater oan M 4 agp nt 1 WEST TRENTON, NEW JERSEY WE DO NOT APOLOGIZE 
PCL einen tle aatteans on money and credit—the need for| P@"king 1s a profession|launched an expansion an mae vt % . oe PV LET FOR OUR CLIENTS’ 
Nevertheless, yueeze ee een tei iiaied & where a man /ordinarily can| modernization program for, PE™Saly an aut eae, SUCCESS IN IT 
eorporations to float new securities—may Keep Wall Street from figure on a slow climb up the Hamilton’s branches. epee ar and is a trustee of 
having fun. It might even cause : ——— in ney ge ladder, same cesk and sur-| With a sigh of relief, Colton W ashing ton City Orphan’ 
isin ’ é Osts. t h , ; ’ , s ’ 
Such a shake-out occurred, don’t forget, in September, 1946, crantis ¢ pinay aye eS weES a re ae build.| Staduated from Emerson In- 
when the first postwar flood of new securities inundated opti-/Seven Hectic Years ings for the Brookland and stitute and received an LLB 
mism and investment power. One of the chief worries in Wash-| prom 1933 to 1949. Colton fol-| Shepherd Park branches. |degree at Georgetown Univer- 
ington today is that a stock a ages manga ey — lowed that pattern with Na-| “Within the last 14 months,” |" ttendi ight «chool 
cause businessmen to cut ack expansion plans, and, thus, tional Savings & Trust Co. As'Colton declared, “all 10 of our)», one boy _ ing night school, 
crimp prosperity. But the 1946 slump in stocks didn’t cause a e started work in 1916 in the 
slump in business. My guess for 1956 is “Ditto.” erly a ner = —— 
Security & Trust Co. and shift- 
-7|D. C. Bankers ed to tl istrict Nati 
. ° o the old District National 
RETAIL SALES RISE | Bank in 1924. He went from 


' | let, ' rt highest first | here in 1933 to National Sav- 
C. & P. March Net; McChesney Firm Roce nepest Bieber Oe Group Named there, in 1983 to National Sav 


Rises Over 1955 |Elects Altvater or - iv. Hiles Pardoe, president 
0 e 


f District of Columbia 
Net income of the Chesa-| J'¢ Presidency Bankers Association and vice 
peake & Potomac Telephone SALES 


‘president of the National Sav- 

Co. in March amounted to! Ma re meg « the ings & Trust Co., announced 
.. A. R. McChesney Co., Inc., | . 

$557,354 compared with $Sll, V'ashington Food Brokers, yes- yeserday the Soqewing mem PROMOTION 


865 in March last year. Net in-,.4.., announced the promo-| | bers = roe Dyeeees convention Lump sum sevings ere else accepted 
come for the twelve months tion of Mr. Garrett H. Alt-| jOCmaR IS TOF The SEREA con: One of the area’s 


* 
renti 
ended March 31 totaled $6,588,- vater, first vice president to a Toe oe eS most progressive sub- 


‘anada, and with 
earning 


Yes, if it were suddenly 
decreed that each Stock- 
Market analyst could 
recommend only one 
Canadian stock to con- 
servative investors who 
desired the rich incre- 
ment practically forced 
upon them bv the tempo 
of rising world demand, 
we would choose and 
name for vou the Cana- 
dian mining stock we 
are talking about here. 
In buying this great in- 
vestment onnortunity, 
you must know that 
the first of our many 
recommendations was 
bought at a price of 
78.1 in 1950. Thereafter, 
it rose to 125.4, and split 
® for.) 

It has risen steadily 
simce that date, but is 
now poised for addi- 
tional gratifving — if 


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METROPOLIS 


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ORGANIZED IN 1866 
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BILLIONS OF DOLLARS 


‘Springs, Va.: Daniel W. Bell. Libere! dividends credited semi-annually 


723 against $5,843,620 in the president, succeeding the late ‘A. Scott Offutt, Thomas J. division developers is 201 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. S.E. LI. 3-1647 


spondin eriod of 1955. Barry Black. | 'Groom, John C. Pyles, Jr., W. T. looking for a capable eo : ; 
COE OO cane eves in the|. E- a. Roche, second vice pres-|| @ ‘Vandoren, Richard A. Norris , : PERE RERE REPRE EERERERER ET ROS, SEES, See 
Operating revenues ii. wear ident, was advanced to first aU UCENEMTMSNILUHHS | | Archibald McLach! Chris- ye aaa eee Se ee 
6 this year , wai “ad : Ci.Sensen, ris-| sales, advertising, buying advice to you. 


- FIRST QUARTER OF EACH YEAR 
salary plus commis- : | YOU MAY LOOK 


ie 727,92 : » 
rg tt ty last year. This Vice president. Kenneth L. \topher H. Pope, Barnum L. 
wo ive months ag-|Kurtz continues as secretary-| | Det 0. 5 Devt of Commene Morrie Kets] | Colton, George A. Didden, Jr., : 
in-| treasurer. C. F. Jacobsen, Bruce Baird, sion and long - term Jefferson Federal FORWARD CONFIDENTLY 
Robert V. Fleming, John A. publicity, etc. Good 
ij to an ever greater future for 


ftem in the twe 

gregated | 505.541 over the| Altvat tive of Balti 

crease of $3,505,: over | vater, a native of Balti-| 9 ° 

¢welve months ended March 31, more, held a position as jobber 32d Giant Store pone Mog gg aay eg future for the right Cstenen * TD Sahn atemntinds @hanudiien ane 
55. salesman wit eneral Mills,| : Hi , : . is singular Canadi: . 

The board of directors at Inc., for 13 years prior to join. Opens Monday Thomas, William H. Prescott, — | yn? 2X poration. It has hit upon a 

their April meeting appropr!|ing the McChesney ‘irm in | nf James P, Casbarian, William D. Shave in ao | ; - |} Wor dwide boom in its prin- 

eted $205,000 for plant addi-/1947, Roche, a native of Wash-| The 32d Giant Food Depart-|Blair, Alfred H. Smith, H. J. BOX M-255 in oe ies || cipal products; its sales will 

‘ington, was Washington repre-|ment Store will open for busi- Carr, Walter J. O'Donnell, Ed- Rent i tS | | increase two fold in the next 
sentative for Corn Products iness Monday in the Langley|"™ 4. omens, Fred i, Lates.| —_ 40 Billion EAS 0. Seem ie aaanien a 

Baltimore Livestock sea oA oes jn BE sonic yon shopping center, 7901 New| Yr | = ples then by the penetrating and 

ito j , y Hampshire ave. A public pre-| Doll Sidecswent incouaen i oe 
ar use of it ducts. The 
se Of its products. The man- 


TIMORE. Apri) 28 -(? : ; ; , 
cariLe—compered last laush- | CerM on 1945 view of the store will be held’ 
agement has brains anda 


to $0 ‘hicher: heifers and. cows, se iy from noon until 6 p. m, today. | - 
ig} us teaacy to & ; : ' ; 
jg Bo ag ag ee Hiah-c Pick Temple, the foreman of | Business if certain desirable sritish 
yyy he lb etcer Teens television’s Giant Ranch, will stability. We feel that the 
record already made will be 


Serra ce: teed ans $5°Suity ono To 33 Cents a Share hg OES 
} e center s n rince . Our thousands of savers are part of the 18 million men and duplicated over the succeed- 
: Georges County, “¥ at New for the entire house women who have wisely placed their family funds in ing five-year period of time. 
Ibs. @18.00:/33 cents per common share. Hampshire ave. and University , : sete Se | a 
eo¢'300%15.00;|This compared with earnings|Lane. It is situated next door that’s engineered to Save You Money our nation’s savings and Loan Associations, thereby making We are willing to anchor this rec- 
these Associations a 40 bil- ommendation to the foundation of 


9 50@ 12 59° of $1,116,329 or 39 cents a share|to Lansburgh’s suburan de- 
; , on Operating Costs lien doller business. Jefter- any. estate whatsoever, and to 


7.09 in the like period last year. partment store. 
place this stock alongside any of 
son Federal is proud to be the great names of Western In- 


: Wiy part of this 125-year-old dustry, like General Motors and 
When We | ii Kennecott Copper. 


I>. beef Bulls. 18.75: 
mercial 3 . i} ———— a = —— om " " TT 
00. Fe: t ct $ 
* ' medium and «ood, 600-842 Install Your ae business . . . also proud of 
. 18.25619.00 “Ss, . AviNGS AGS Lene 
CALVES—Compared last week: $ asseciations our record of paying divi- 
rs, 26.00. Most mi lot BS dend continuously for more 
an . 2 ; 
sind to 00 nde 4 


The First Name in Air Conditioning than 52 years. 


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tions and improvements. 


some utility 
9.00; cus, 


PIERCE DICTATION SYSTEMS | 
announce that AUDIO SERVICES, ’ . 
$181, N. (ST. | PHONE JU. 9-1212 FOR FREE SURVEY ‘ Jefferson Federal Savings 


orted mostiy VU. x 

26.75: = ian :' 
a EY WIRE RECORDER “CORPOR et: | HOME AIR.CONDIT IONING CO. & Loan Association — | TILLMANSuRVEY 
50 be? TION Sree MB: : 


6709 New Hampshire Ave. N.W. FRED A. SMITH, PRESIDENT — a ESTABLISHED. 1923 


(2th & K STREETS NORTHWEST © EXECUTIVE 23-0747 85 Westminster St. 
- Providence, R. I. 


Assets ever Twenty-Four Million Dollars eden 


{ 


Profit Reports Aid Rise in Stocks 


NEW YORK, April 28 ()—Sales on 

the New York Stock Exchange this 
week totaled 12,610,127 shares; previ- 
ous week 11,635,380; same week last 
year 12,880,910. 


1008 Hien Low Last Che 
airs = -_ —1 


29% Adams Millis 2 
108 46 6Addretsag & 
18% Admiral 1 

Ti’ Aeroquip 400 


28% 
112% 168 
77% 


MN 7% 
T1S%— 115% 


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NEW YORK, April 28 (»—A great 
flood of excellent corporate profits re- 


| ports turned the stock market ahead 
“| this week. The market started out in 


a ragged manner, slipped lower and 
then improved rapidly to close the 
week strongly in a position to reach 
for a new record high mark. 


One large corporation after another | 
quarter | 
| selling out of its system on Tuesday | 


reported record high first 
earnings, and many took highly favor- 
able dividend action. Some, it is true, 
didn’t do so well, but they were over- 
looked in the welter of favorable re- 
ports 

Looking into the future, many com- 
panies saw only a continuation of 


| their present prosperous situation, and 


they geared their spending on expan- 
sion to that condition. 
The Associated Press average of 60 


| stocks this week advanced $1.50 to 


1167%—e—1's 
67% §7%—T% 
2737%s— “ 
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close at $190.20. That took the average 
well out of the narrow range in which 
it has been moving and put it into 
position to challenge the record of 
$191.50 reached April 6. 

Volume has been watched closely. 
It performed bullishly this week— 
expanded on price bulges and dimin- 
ished on price retreats, Also, the mar- 
| ket’s strongest rally of the week early 


Volume Expands ‘Also LEE 


hind for a while in reporting the 
transactions. It was the first time in 


‘many days that such a thing had 


happened. To the technician, a late 
tape on the upside is bullish. 
Another element of basic strength | 


'in the market was the vigor of the 
| railroad shares. Advances of the car- 


riers always excite bullish hopes. 
The market seemed to get a lot ot | 


when the Eisenhower administration | 
passed along word that Federal tax 


| cuts this year weren't likely. There 
| were two flurries of selling that day, 
| one in the morning and another in 
the late afternoon, but neither was 


severe enough to cause the tape to 


| run late. The absence of a late tape 


on the down side was encouraging to 
bullish technicians. 

The market on Monday was rather 
mixed with a higher price tendency. 
Tuesday found selling general with 
flurries in the morning and near the 
close. The great flood of fine corporate 
reports began, and they continued 
through Wednesday as the market 
steadied itself. Buyers began to ap- 
pear in increasing numbers Thursday. 
Friday's market was the strongest 
seer in more than a month, and vol- 


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Sunday, April 29, 1956 C15 


Geico Profit 


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Quarter 


_ Net income of Government 

iano, Employees Insurance C o. 

4. s, (Geico) for the first quarter of 

ie) ry 1956 amount to $533,958, com- 

Seve th pared with $872,200 for the cor- 
po os s. responding period of 1955. The 
A re. net earnings are equivalent to 
aa tl (2 84 cents a share for the latest 
131% 191% — — perior; adjusted to the same 
po shares the 1955 


%—J"s 
a Bsa quarterly profit is equal to $1.37 


—— 


%% M%—%4 number of 


Premiums written during the 


“a ti 1956. three months totaled $6,- 
“ st 2'9594,105 compared with $6,148.- 
+ bg an 837 last year. Assets at the end 
7% 2) —*of the quarter totaled $41,541, 
ae or 2458 against $35,578,348 as of 


“6 +% March 31, 1955. 


Co. 
per 


¢ .~«, of the quarter numbered 368,- 


37%+1% 710 against 311,590 a year pre- 


43 4724 +5% 


Government Employees Life 
Insurance Co. had $495,243 in’ 


SOie 
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Simon D. Strauss declared cop- 


up with demand. 
a cut in the 46 cent producer 
price 

future, 
ducers 


New Copper Price Cut 
Thought Possible Soon 


NEW YORK, April 28 #%—Copper users were cheered 


its highest levels in” 


in the week custom 


record highs. 
February by 


In recent 
had 
to 


last 
producers. 


here. During the week it 


custom smelters 
from 


in 


off nearly 11 
| peak of 54% 
The drop was 
from the week before 


cents 
cents 
1 


day 
Smelting & Refining 
this week, vice-president Rhodesian 


slaved 


by the 

Trust Ltd 
cent leve! 
September. 
group has 
established prices 
ent of day4o-<day 
on the Metal Exchange. 


have now caught 
He predicted 


supplies 


the not too distant 
provided major. pro- 
run into no _ strike 


in 


‘this week bl the disappearance of premium prices from the 
United States copper market for the first time since last 
October. Some saw a chance for a drop i 
still at 
‘nearly 100 years. 

Late 
‘smelters brought their prices 
down to the 46 cents per pound 
established 
major 
months copper shortages 
enabled 
command premium prices for 
their limited output. 

In March they hit a high of 
55% cents per pound 

At the annual meeting of Am- 
erican 


n the basic Price, 


trouble. Crippling strikes last 
year helped bring on the short- 
age that-sent prices—to—their 


On the London market cop- 
per declined even further than 
got 
down to 43%%4 cents a pound bid, 
the 
March. 
4 cents a pound 
There 
was a very small recovery Fri- 


Copper marketed in London 
Selection 
at the 48% 
effective since last 
The Rhodesian 
been operating on 

inde pend- 
price shifts 


income in the first 


= 
= 
ae 
“ 


ume mounted as buyers eagerly bid 
| for stocks. 


- 
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S 6.90 167) 108% 187%)— \ n, quarter this year against $394.- 

~w on Sn Set 490 a year ago. Insurance in 

on eine ae hg agen force on March 31 totaled $67,- 

8. M% 3 &, 740,261, compared with $54,393,- 
so aore ahs wr on that —ys! in — P 

= rovernment Employees Corp 

= a As le “reports net income of $76,692 

' ~~ jaa “for the first three months this 

19%4 % year compared with $54,956 last 

au W%—%* year. The per share earnings 

2 o., Bt 2..+™ this year amounted to 87 cents 

. ‘ 

9 24% 2% 2%— % Adjusted to the same numbcr 

a 7 oe a ete of shares the 1955 quarterly 

a v profit amounted to 63 cents a 

4 6+! «ishare. ) 

4 The loan volume as of March 

"31 totaled $2.835.133 compared 

sai With $2,786,572 on March 31, 


a+ 1955. | 
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C16 Sunday, April 29, 1956 MASSENA, N. Y.—Robert 
Moses said the State Power Alu- 


change ~~ 1At Consumer Level _ riz strsicn ses terme 


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Continued from Page C15 ie se 16a Hien Low Last Che lth Low consumer level. | . a oy ye . oa Bs contract 
Major auto finance companies, and some department stores, pee A prodintne ae 
1% 79% lannounced they were boosting’ | lin northern New York. i 
~~ oo = their interest rates. That 
imeans you're likely to be pay- rong on Var scene 5 oe 
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when you buy a car on the in- the boom packed plenty of EMPLOYERS! 
o. istalment plan, or when you buy | Power. ) S 
; = +1 Imerchandise at a department) iii —_______ 
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at iter SPECIAL PURCHASE|| {J ..- »peaxioans” 
"at 4 This goes back to the higher 100 Globe -Wernicke 4 - Drawer GETTING YOU DOWN? 
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2%2+ “ithe Federal Reserve Banks two/| File. in Office Green. Complete 
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$82.00 Reconditioned tor im. PART TIME AND 


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pa P g—~Alse extra of extras b—Annua! rate — —— = Columbia = 
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i +62 Seetares oe pr a "es this year “- Payable. jn stock Meal Estate GROW WITH A GROWING 
73% : 7 ash slut On e1-devidend or iscellanecet rar 
“4% ~~ BH, gees “ast year. &—Declared oF paid Garfincke!, com 28" COMPA N } —THE 


S1ve—1% y aividend or split up. R—Declared or paid this , sas ote . : 
30% 4 se sccomelative iscue with dividends im arrears. P— . ) ol TSTANDING LEADER 
Yat % paid’ this year, Givident emitted, tetorret of oe oe , IN THE INDUS 
Mend mestag. clare 
= = Ve tes6 pies ech  ividend t—Payable in stock Guring 1996, Wat! Mige & inv com n STRY 
© cctimated cash value on ex-dividend or ex-istributves tate lav pte 


om 
Wes s 2 m+ “e dividend 
1 _9  ¥~hiquidatiog OW cn #4 GO & 
ries ee SS - ag cid—Called. xé—Ex-divident s-dis—Ex distrinetio®. U— ~ ward . pid MR. L. B. WRENN 


‘Pills Millis pf 4 > # ” 28 ' toe 1 ~ & 6s 1 ti cw~—Withest warrasts wo—With warrants 


Pitney Gow 1.608 57 - ! A % , ithe avs pete : a ws 
receivership of bene 


se : wis ky sia eS Tae oan ———. MOTOROLA 


1%. Pit Fors 42 1% 1%%— % om ' Wm Metis M2 4 US ind pf =7% ao companies ar os | 
| | Communications & Electronics, Inc. 


Ov al’ ount er Facials af Week e Mutual Fund Prices 4501 AUGUSTA BLVD., CHICAGO 51, ILL. 


tabie gives operating reselts a) new TORE. Apri! 0 (Wats \ sect 4 . ; , , \ 
tea Cust 5 eserTry io 
‘ Keys one R - re District . . 5 


The following prices were obtained from, Peps! Cols Bottling Washingter 3% ef business and finance in the latest tise secerities Dealers, '*¢.) 
Washingtes pn A of the Nations! Associa Personal ledustrial Bankers Wis 73 and comparisons with a year oe Ly} neichersecker «Fa 79% y ry tty DIVIDEND . . 
Sion of Securities Dealers. They are intended | Personal Indust Bankers 1% pid 9 prviiated 6 Lexington TF REPORT OF CONDITION OF 
es 8 guide te the approximate range within Second National Bank ar ered se cap) 7 ‘| hoe fos ShS oe Leemis Say 11 te b ' : ‘ N 
which these securities could have beer bought Security Sask Fre arieadings ' ' am Met Fe cents a share irom invest- . ‘ . ~ 
\ f¢ istion on April 27. Shirlington Trust Ce Aute pred. (units) ' ' ; : ING ~ Oo 1 
Sones en ar ’ Asked Soothers Oxygen Co Misc. freight we , Assoc = = ment income is pay able May ational * ay ings an Trust Co. 
Feeders! Storage 3/67 " State Leas : bn = A oy fh -- ~ oe B53. vad, 28. 1956 to shareholders of or 1 
Gevernment Emp! Corp 412/68) 160 State Leas nance 8° r ei! ere $ a, me, Macs Life y to strict , 
Soerenest Cae oe _# ee ine 8 Fincnee 0% pte Engineering wards ty ‘1 | no A. e record April 30, 1956. “. ash ne n 5, Di ‘wip She Columbia, a member of the Federal 
Mational Press Bldg iacome 5/798 75 ve Tews Enterprises ’ Paper red (% ef Cap) Stee ; ‘ eserve System, at the close of business on April 10, 1956, pub- 
Racecet Club Gtd & Ext 3/65 15 ss Wertiagten Besebell Cie ie pred. nnn AAA ARRAAREREREREEN lished in response to a call made by the Comptroller of the 
South Oxycen Co cv Geb 6/66 Uts 20 Washington ica! Bur * cap : 1 ' * > a : 
State los & Finance 5/60 100 «= 102?)—s|s« OUT-OF-TOWN-STOCKS Steck sales (shares Brose i ah oe. ~ Currency under Section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes and a call 
State Looe & Finance cy deb 5/69 115% 121!) American Marietta Ce ; Bon sales (par value) Canada Ge ; u Sec Ser Growth Advertisement made by the Federal Reserve bank of this district pursuant to 
sect we * ae whe ’ Lp Fae - Canadian ‘ : Phila ‘Fond sr ee the provisions of the Federal Reserve Act. 

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ire 1 ance Canadian Superior Oi! (BLS index) 13.7 | 2 abi 
ne ee tees 25 (Final three ciphers emitie® - ve ASSETS 


American Mercury !eseraece ' S\s Central Maine Power , , 
Anacestia Nationa! Bank Delhi Tayler Ov! flec power prod (kwh) = 18 $94 000 $.69) 000 | ) | 
Bank of Annandaie 20 First Besten Corp ‘2 Bank cleariegs $2 6, = _ Cash, balances with other banks. including re- 
Bask of Maryland os og} > TUF = AL vere? yume ose serve balance, and cash items in process of 
' " . : 
| erstate Moto t wsi Scudder collection $13,907,266.98 
cal 


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Prince Georges County 
15,000 square feet 
for 
Warehouse or Retail Space 


All or in any part In @ most desirable location. Will equip te suit 
tenant. immediately available with wery REASONABLE rent. 


ALSO 
OFFICE SPACE 


For small office suite or two individual office units. Completely 
decorated. Utilities paid for by owner. Reasonable rent, 


Call Mr. Devereux OL. 2-6305 
ERICK W. BERENS SALES Wi Arional 


1722 on KLEINPETER 
Pree 
St. N.W. REALTOR 33 YEARS 8-5000 


rthrop 

wet Airlie A480 

weet Air of 1.95 

Norwich PR 188 $?% S7%—T% 


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oh t¢ of 438 “so we; . Sym Gould « t bs 


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lank of Silver Spriee 
teak of Virginia 24 jack & Hem Excess reserves 000 ' Selected Am SP . 
tr 73 United States Government obligations, direct 


bapital Films 3% Keiser Stee! commes 28 | Treasury geld steck : A IAF Sharehiers ? 
si mutual Tewephore Kaiser Steel pie Brokers’ ‘eans State Street inv aioe a 

mtisees Sank of Maryland 7 L © F Glass Fibers Money im circulation 686, Telev Elect FA and guaranteed . 15,618,217.41 
ank Lithiom Corp of America | $58 truss Fe ‘ ”" Obligations of States and political subdivi- 

. tt & } sions 376,958.23 


eperties 11%) Lediew Mig & Sales Fiectrie | Unit Coat Fe 
slumbia Medical Busléin Rew Engiend Css : Dividend Actions Unit income Fé ‘s 4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures 376,530.70 


olumBia M e Ce pi Ss) Pacific Power & Light 23 } 

elumbia cperetiog Corp ; Public Service New Hampshire ‘ mt TiAL ) = poueee fe ; Corporate stocks (including $150,000.00 stock 

smmveity Dreg te Pat M8 Rockwell Mig Pe- Sth. of Pape | Finan indo sae Valve Line of Federal Reserve bank) 150,001.00 
; Loans and discounts (including $2,627.36 over- 


: f Rockwell Mf 3 
Sommunity Oru Part pid : t Gas Ex Dividend " Rate ried Record able | Fundamectal | Velue Line lacome 
drafts) 28,675,522.85 


: a va sient 
easelidated Title Ce commen enn Gas Transmission Clark Equip new 58 a) a" rom 
‘eatinents! Enterprises 19% | Texas Casters Transmissies : Sec Wash Met oa 24 -~ 
Texas Gas Transmission REGULAR | dee -a 1498 Ww Bank premises owned $1,074,973.54, furniture 
_ | ae : vs By a Wall Street Journal and fixtures $171,906.28 1,246,879 .82 


AA, A Securities pfé Texas Natura! Gas ; Budd Co 33 Whitehall Fé 
% Subscriber 11. Other assets | - 113,837.00 
., $60,465,213.99 


istrict National Securities com Three States Natural Gas Sedd Ce. pf 1.25 
Diswrist Theatres d's Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Chicage Corp pf G 1S 
Bectors Hespita! Yaited Utilities 23 Crown Zeller $4.20 pf 
Fed Services Finance 5% pfé A Durham Wes Mills ALB 
Sed Services Finance 5% cv pid : ‘ai d —_ os 4 I 
Fed Services Finance commer ? Pa. , tani as 
Fed Services Finance commen 6 16'a Commodity Index od 
’ 

Ls erode Ce Units atw YORK, April 2 The Associated 
First National Bank Arlington Va 6° 18 | Press index of 35 importast commodity prices 
First Metienat, Dest — = gy | Mectined this weet ~y~_ A 
peverame 
teverament Emp! Life ins Ce 30 it steed at 181.31 compared with 182 8 Pub Svc tnd 4.32 pe pf 
bevernment Emp! Corp 32% week age ond 171.50 2 year age. Pub Svc ind 4.28 pe pf! 
ritfith Consumers Corp pté au ef the components declined and sen Pub Svc tad 4.16 pe pt 
briffith Consumers Corp commen .. ferreas metals reached 2 new 1956 low. Pub Svc ind 3% pe pf 
het 172" Fellewing are the latest figures fer the 

_, Ween and each component, with comparisons 
32'2 Agr. 77 Wh. Age Yr Ace 
28° 35 commodities 102.37 171.38 

2 industrials 


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= New York Bank Stocks In meetings with business associ- 12. Total Assets 
wew YORK, Aprit 1—The latest quotations ates and customers I used to + Teena 
on leading Bank stocks fellow: the silent one. I used to “clam up” LIABILITIES 
" when the talk turned te politics 08 D d de ts of | dividuals partnerships 
Bank of WY ; All! ld talk about . Veman posit! ndaiv . . 
Baakers Trust an spa _ " and corporations . _,. $39,338,229.89 


National Manhatten ...... 1%) was sports. | ! 
Chemical core fxchange ‘| Then I started reading The Wan ** a. = eee partnerships, pe 


Cont i (Chi) WM « ae 
Empire Trust ws Street Journal. It gave me an un- 
en Gis Ot. Ui ....00---- 85% derstanding of what goes on in the |!” Deposits of United States Government ...... 702,450.61 
Guaranty wat got ae 1% -* world. I learned about the changes */’ Deposits of banks . ai - : 73,374.19 
res : : ; 

Renevet Bon fe 4% taking place in America—new in- |/® ome one (certified and officers’ checks, aaa 
Meomtestarers tre gg:, Yentions, new industries, new ways Total Deposits $53,837 ,322.71 
United States Trust Tia to earn money. In conversations < os ’ ’ dae 

with other men I found I could in- ._ Other abilities ...... ceeeee 341,119.06 
terpret business and government 24, Total Liabilities .....ceseeseeeeeeeeres S54,178,441.77 


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derchants Trans | : 4 trends a little better than they —————— 
1 could. They wondered where | got 


Metre inc 
a mortgage Corp Mew 1956 tow, ‘w my “inside dope.” | CAPITAL ACCOUNTS A 
Nationa! Metrepelitae Bank : As A result, l gained confidence 4 Capital* an . 

jin talking with people. My boss : ; snadoqueseuest 


Mational press Suliding comms | . Surplus ....----eeee UY. 
© inion : gave me more important assign- 27. Undivided profits alain a 


Old Dominion Bank common ) 
Pepsi Cola Bottling Long Island ) FIELD . SERVICE : ENGINEER ments. And my income increased. . Reserves . sensed anane 175,824.80 
— : Pe est ¢ ven Total Capital Accounts .. $6,286,772.22 
ISEMENT 60 Ramo-Wooldridge Corporation i a el ee eee 

AMUSEMENT CORP. tal : oh suey , wrong. The Journal helps salaried *This bank’s eapital consists of 

OPERATING assume field service responsibilities in Wash- men making $7,000 to $20,000 a. common stock with total par value of $1,000,000.00. 
. , ington, D. C., and surrounding territories for year. It is valuable to small busi- ones 
BRANCH DRIVE-IN ENGINEERS and APPLIED PHY SICISTS one of the nation’s largest producers of central, 3 6 Ga | MEMOBARSS 
THEATRE ) edged or assigned to secure liabilities 

BRANCH AVE. EXTENDED | E. ect residential and room air conditioners. Must be | ; | $6,585,934.09 
Se MILES SOUTH OF C.LINE technically qualified to train distributor service I, J. RUSSELL BOLTON, Treasurer of the above-named 
| men and handle service problems and commer- snus |bank, hereby certify that above statement is true to the 


s | | | cial applications as they arise in the field. Per- and iness pe- [Dest of my knowledge and belief. 

1 .00 ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS 31 Nir Woh sonality and sales-service interest important. J."RUSSELL BOLTON, Treasurer. 
PER SHARE May | Please send detail resume air mail to Mr. Phillip | Rae hes BOWARD B. NOYES, 
ee Chappell, Employment Manager, THE O. A. i C LEO oe JAMES M. BARNES, 

SPECIAL SUTTON CORPORATION, INC. Manufacturers | Ce WARD. W. FRANK GATEWOOD, 


CE DODGE, 
agg natch _ef VORNADO products. Specialists in comfort  [iyes.. Add CLARK G. DIAMOND, LEWIS $7. BREUNINGER, 
smnmnen vo ganeuet s “ener FRAN UBRAY, GAR . KASS 
WRITE FOR OFFERING FOLDER . . wants 1812 West ad Street, ROBERT W. WILSON, WILLIAM B. WILLARD, 

EVERGREEN AMUSEMENT CORP. Wichita, Kansas. REENE, | DAVID BORNET, 
925 New Jersey Ave. N.W. 7 ie 7 JOHN M. HOWARD, 
Washington, 0D. C. | 


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9 PERSONALS \ARTICLES FOR SALE 
LEARN HOW TO STUDY FURNITURE 


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THE WASHINGTON POST 
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‘BUSINESS SERVICE 
| BER KLAYING 

TIMES HERALD Lo bien i 
Local Rates carane 


sarage 
r> Washington and or JE ye 5034 for 
within 50 a es of the BUILDING rem ae! 
of Colum>d ry 
The snodimne rate. 60c per line, ‘Ts a 
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Bankruptcy Notices 

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Business Opportunities IE 
Business Property 
Business Service 
Censtruction Equipment 
Child Core 
Convalescent Homes 
Degs end Pets 
Farms 

Ferm Machinery 
Ferm and Gorden 
Finencial 

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Help Wanted 
Horses, Livestock 
Meuses for Rent 
Hevses for Sale 
Hevses to Build 
Instructions 
Investment Property 
Lege! Notices 

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Lets ;, 
Mechinery and Tools 
Meteor Travel 
Meving ond Storage 
Official Notices 
Office Space 
Personals 

Personal loons 
Poultry, Robbits 
Real Esate Leons 
Real Estate for Sale 
Reoms fer Rent 
Situations Wanted 
Stores for Rent 
Traslers 

Trust Notes 
Vecetion Ploces 
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ranged. additions, remodeling. 
oratinge. painting, plumbing, 
ing, porches, recreation rms 
cialty: look t your house, 
neighbor ‘does omnes W. etc 
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for 
drives, etc 
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offers spring 


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Graham Sepas. 

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SS teresten. call JA. 32-85 


AT WAREHOUSE PRICES 
GUARANTEED SAVINGS OF 20% TO 7 
Be Sure to Shop Us Before You Buy 


LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS 
$518 VALUE 


3-room outfit consisting of blond bedroom suite, fime 


AO 


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“The ALTORS 


7. 


4 


sofa bed and matching club 
iron table and 4 chairs 


pring and mattress 


chrome or wrought 


OUR PRICE, $293.92 COMPLETE 


care. but mans 
dered cheeriully $107 “4 VALUE 


Cus 


makes” 


$1469.50 VALUE 
Blond double creneee and mir- 
ee. Ke! gad Sys ana 


ches be« 
OUR PRIC E $109 99 


OUR PRICE $59.95 
Driving :s, VALUE 


$119.50 VALUE 
— nu 4 Lar 
_ Per Sell. 4 chairs "be 


club chair, 
foam cushion 
OUR PRICE $59.95 
$259.50 VALUE 
Genuine Fisher Duolo 
fine innerspring mattre 
OUR PRICE $149.99 
$69 50 VALUE 
rought-iron and 


dinette table and 4 ch 
OUR PRICE $39.99 


hog le and leaf custom 


ta ree 
ee "a d china caodi- quality 


Hab OUR PRICE $ 


Les 


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Class adi 
inge with 
~ eee desk with : sleeps 


UR PRICE $34.95 


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on. RA. 6 HARB 


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sota 


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bed and mat 


OUR PRICE $99.95 


m AS 1i¢ 


$199.50 
Fine -top 


wes ching 
Laas chair 
6. 7-499 

an $79.50 VALUE 


Holly wood 
headboard. 


$69 50 VALU E 
suine mahogany 

1 nest quaiit 
OUR "PRICE $42.95 


fabrics bed with 


OUR PRICE $39.99 


Gen drop-leaf plastic 
tabie, 


i or 


essed by han 


Hundreds of Other Bargains Throughout Entire Store 
BUDGET ACCOUNTS INVITED 


GREAT RAPIDS FURN. CO. 


The Bargain Store of Washington 


evening work 


letters. sta- 

Call LA. 6-1524 

—- Enterlainment 

fund raising 
h 


on Shows, Inc 


EX. 3.6742 
9 to 6 including Saturday; Mon. and Thurs. 8 to 9 
FREE PARKING IN REAR OF STORE 


907 7th SF. 
Store Hours 
will 


ffm: al 
os 


] 2-6 BOURKE! v8 f 


] 2- 6 inns 


BABY FURNITURE 
GOING OUT OF SALE 
All Mercha e] ed 


COINS-—Co! ection of very 
©. 3-3520. AnnSPois 

CORNER ‘ — oo ie 

misc AD a4 
DEEP ——— -pe 
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BAR BELLS tiona 
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DESK re TRSTTU RE 


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BICYCLE 92-4038 
: ortable Luto- 
gt 4- 3679 fF 

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BIKES : 
. DISPOSAL & 42 
$89 ea Ho’ 


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FILE CABINETS 
LETTER STEEL 


CALCLLATOR 


MAN AN OFPICE Ip 
639 NEW YORK AVE NW 
FIREPL ACE a. andirons. 

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I*¥. : 
CALCLLATOR 
$225. FM or elec 
CAMERA { } etc. ACME 

at 7th nw. NA. 88-8952 
ae TPMENT — Fiy-tving 
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Avs Tor Mi q7a . liiand, 2145 nw 
CAMERA : cS e 


qnar ii electronic fash Best) FREEZER OWNERS 
CAMERA” ; yy LET stock you ’ 
COLONIAL FOOD PLAN; 
, 4600 Wisconsin Ave. NW. 
CAMPING SUPPLIES A an 
PATYV if SU a ) 
7 | me—Mess eits| »_, FREEZER OWNERS 


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us r s aye 


CAMERAS 


us fil 
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COAT Ermine bela fF 
acrT) ? $300 UN. 4- 


FINE Ft Rs—Rejai bs 


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way 


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CASH REGISTER SALE— 
and ¢ € , 9 
A 

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: weekdays : 
CARBINE . r. Was FURN mehair: window fa: 


Whirl iryer wash 


$125 DE 

occn tater | FURNITURE | £% 

Foren ig _— , 3 NEW ROOMS | at 
ded: N.C FOR LESS THAN 


$199 


Look What u Can C 
NO MONEY DOWN 


Easy Terms Free Delivery 


CEDAR LINING. 3 


CHAT 


HOFF KD 


Nf A 


CLOTHING 
RADIO AND TV STARS 

Channel 5 
CH POODLE 
3 ROOMS 
cha 
1115 H ST. NE. 
3s 2 ‘8700 — 

FU RN —Youth bed 


LIVING Ri 
BE! YR ( OM 
DINETTE 


Cate 143 
; : cinner 


NO MONEY DOW? 


EASY TERMS—FREE DEI IV 


_ SAM BROWN’ 


FURNITURE CENTER 
203 Good Hope R § 
tamaonatin’ AU 


d. vacuum 
new. artist 

NQ. 7- 
da y gs . — aa ua Pt te sine Washer 
Se ee Ren eA REY NOLD! dio couc 
FRENCH A bebe 1623 onn INITURE—Complete household. | 
wap y . e I tiaues. Singer sewing ma- 
- reasonable JA. 77-8122 


FURNITURE Ree 
BRAND NEW—3 ROOMS 
$219 


modern sofa 


y chaise jour 
9xiZ, BEAUT. 
camera, mm. LI. 7-5700 
GARBAGE DISPOSAL —Like n 
best offer Lt ] 
m weesdays 


STAKES — 
132 
UCKER Lu MBER 


GARDEN TOOLS 


Picks $! mattocks 

euitivaters whee eS ¥ 
ground cjoths. $2.50 
wedges. siedcges, 


1.50 
10 000 BARGAINS 


a 
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S.s : me 


Wi ison 


A beautiful 


LIVING 
ROOM 
SUITE 


comfortable arm- 


plus end tables and matching 


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SWANK FURN. Brand- New Furniture PIANO is rt a SEWING hae 7 


ERY 


2 


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$5 85 | 
7 


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beautiful larse dresser 


bed, pilus 


modern 3-piece set 


BED- 
ROOM 
SUITE 
DINETTE 
SET 


» Easy Terms 


cost 


ope 


th mirror, roomy ehest ef drawers, 


lows, ete 


$18 


ACE PLUMBING 


modern §&-piece dinette set 2215-29 Pie Ave 


ALPERSTEIN’S 


. 1020 7th St. N.W. 
Y% Block Above N. Y. Ave. 


Ss BA New 
Free Delivery own delivers, 
r st. 
‘ ax. TU. é& 
Very good condition. 


BUPPL . _00. 


aS is 


sink 
RE 


9 AM.-6 P.M: Mon. and Thurs, 9 A.M.-9 P.M 


NA, 8-8559 


Open Daily, 
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KELVINATOR PIANG 
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CABINGTS 
sills PIANO 


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LAWVAMOMER rOoRC HE 
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REF RNISHING HOMIE 
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MOVIF SOLND PROSE. rok 

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4 ey 

OFFICE LQUIP REFRIGERATORS 

$95" es an PEE 


FRIG TD Ath 
REFRIGERATOR 
. > 


EFRIG 
$5 


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“HI 


ERATORE” 
DOWN 


OFFICE FURN. 


SPECIAL!! : 
1-DAY SALE! | iriserstors. 


Monday, April 30 800 UPSHI 
make raor 


REF RIGERATOR« 
7, b, ‘ ae 
rcnase a iV 


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To 
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Over wo te ad 


Monday , April 30 


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FURNITURE SALES REFRIGERATORS 


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RUGS 


SAVE 20%-50% 


RUG . 


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and Bie NW CARPETS 
Mi SELTZ S69. ___ | WOOL 

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COTTON 


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S11 N ‘ 
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TREMENDOUS 
SAVINGS 


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ALPERSTEIN S 


PIANO 
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PIANOS BAR 
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PIANOS FOR KENT SB ; 
FIRST BUY . SEWING MACHINE 


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PIANOS. FoR “RENT —A 
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PIANO MART 


TV's, WASHERS, DRYERS, 
| AIR COND., REFRIGERATORS 
4 SAVE UP TO 75° 


300 APPLIANCES—LARGE AND SMALL 
One Be! 


DAN'S 


Py hor ” 


BED 


Every w Wh 
Must Be Sold 
We Guarantee to 

WHY BUY af ju 

APPLIANCES to 

LOWER? 

LATE MODEL used appliances at G AWAY PRICES 


OPEN TODAY—SUNDAY 12-4 
Weekdays 9-9 
CASH OR TERMS 
TRI-STATE APPLIANCES 


Wholesalers 
Silver Spring, Md. 


Beat Al 


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Georgia Ave, JU. 9-7001 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HER ALD | INSTRUCTIONS 
April 29, 1956 


° Sunday, 


412,000 
Sunday 
Circulation 


means quicker sales results 


for Washington Post and 
Times Herald classified ad- 


vertisers. To place your ad 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


elt ak 


———_—————— 
ARTICLES FOR SALE 


& cor 
ww dave 


BTORE FIATU pomaall one 
on 
vet cctien hae ‘ 


windes showcase 
etc 


JEWE! RY 
register 


an 


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eed. > if 
OL 9029 
STUDIO COUCH—A mo: 
\eom-made sip cover r 
ABLES Drop. leaf mah: " 
$25: tijt- &. So 
table. $1) OL 2-108 
Ree ORDER_RE\ 
nea. No 


cot ty rage ® 


seats 
tee end 
RE 
TAPE RECORDER. Pentr 
2-1-3 -.. 980. CO. 2-367) 
TELEVISION— 17 


mech 


| ARTICLES FOR SALE 

|WILL TRADE 1 %4-ton 
air-conditioner “lor 1954 
type. JA. 22-2041 

be ha 4 JEWELRY —40.- 

~. andard makes. 
ae brand new 3 years eu 

st 


12 
_ 
otvoint 
casement 


50 - 


Walch: 
Diam 


| portable radios 

Ort aa » 414 
5-4 154 sed 
WELDING | mact 

am; rfe pha 
RY . rKBR AS Ss. 124 | 
WELDING TRICK— 
200 & Lir mn W 

r e, ef Call AP 

| @Gawse & 5 

FOR SALE In exce 

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enair With sir f 

5.” 105 

WALI 

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) OLD TELEPHONES 

ne ae ca : ere 
crank for ringing 
TYLEPHONE cr 
W is 


12? 


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recs r 


PRESSES. & 
. : " ha 


BABY TAKE NOTE 


Vans 


Children’s Super Mart 
Sth & K NW 


: ate ARTICLES WANTED 


rtte, STEAMER Vi 
‘locker Make an offe: 
TYPY WHITER _1BM Elec 
pc rtionsa epa 
s 


_ 9260 


TYPE WRITER—Poriat 
TVs 17. IN Admiral, S99 | 


17-IN. MUNTZ. 84 ever | 
5. Dupont $ 170 


e fore! oo 
i) ' 


every 


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Srener GE de ) Dare! 7 used a 5 


$0} bely like e% 
ASF 
A atoma tic ABC = Also TRON RITE 


asy bts Drv a 
» . j ~ 


BALTIMORE 
LUMBER CO. 


16th & N. Y. AVE, 
LA: 6-4900 


NE 


SPECIAL 
THIS WEEK 


KNOTTY PINE 
PANELLING 


we'll 


Bright, manufactured 


Random widths and lengths 


15\zc Board Ft. 


KNOTTY PINE 
PLASTERBOARD 


3/8” 4'x8’ Sheets 
10c Sq. Ft. 


Gothic Top 
FENCE PICKETS 


40” 

55” Pine . 
4x4 5' Posts. . 
2x4 8° Posts 


INSULATING 
WALLBOARD 


WY" 4'x8° SHEETS 
S'’c Sq. Ft. 


“A” GRADE 
MAHOGANY 
PLYWOOD 


4'xB’ V4" Sheets 
16¢ Sq. Ft. 


GENUINE AROMATIC 
RED CEDAR 
CLOSET LINING 
40 Bd. Ft. per Carton 

$7.00 per Carton 


TOMATO STAKES 
FURRING STRIPS 
1x2, 8° Long—16c Each! 


Free Deliyery on Orders’ 
$7.50 and Over 


Visit Our Lumber Yard 
16th & N. Y. Ave. NE. 
Washington, D. C, 
LA. 6-4900 


| INSTRUCTIONS 


AIKR-C ONDITIONER—-*, 
AR Der SED 


- 


» 


“Krapea Mw 


= ANTIQU ES 


AWN t) 
Used Furniture 


WANTED 
JA. 8-9630 
JA. .- 8814 


FLEA MARKET | 


ii A Vi 


ANTIQUE 


WANTED 


ANTIOU Fs Pu 
ve eu 


Cast 


‘abbioo%. 


| DU. 7-0513—RA. 6097 


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DIAMONDS. atch 
Log ‘ i. ie ' . 

Jeneiry cy 


. “Nes York 


FORNUTCRE BOL GHYT | 
EM. 2-6677 | | 


FT RN. A/) tis ya 

—_— re! rs gas r 
Mr “Gr ay NA 8 

FURNITI ne —Top 


Dring your dental gold, pl 
" ; 


ry KAHN, 
~ 4 XJEARS AT 3 az 2 
UR WANTED—Cas) 
pieces or household, J 
aA 
th rel 
age 


MAGAZINES 
$1.00 PER 100 LBS 


CAST IRON 
$1.50 PER 100 LBS 


WASH RAG & BAG CO 


styles. JU. 9- 3039 ag 
STAin CARPETING 
or i ht greer Als | 
g room. Ph ne * 
$10-$25 for ¢ 3 
4.9843 lO am.-i 


TV's 
Al 


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ENGLISH 
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NOW —Typists. 850-86 
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ity 
WANTED 

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BOYD "Rt HO dL 
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CiINOTYPE OPERATING | 
GET BOOKLET No. 18 
N yo . ? tn type Genest 


24 nig 
MODERN TRAINING in pesuty cul- 
alls —— 5 wee approved 
‘eve. classes 
45 OULEGE 


L FARS W ELDING NOW 


FINISH HIGH si HOOL 


“Awan “ded Writ tor free 

Wayne Bchool, Box M-248 

tra ations and 
HU 3-692" 


INDUSTRY — 


lessons 

oul Mal 

RADIO 

NEEDS NOW 

Foune men an4 women to train as 
radio announcer actors script 
etc We 
* Over 


NATIONAL ACADEMY 
OF BROADCASTING 
“BAY AND FBV PENING CLASSES 


LABORATORY TECH. 
Includes al! exams 
Al x- Ray etc 

advamecenent nedica! 
clence is creating . big commend 

‘fering ified 


announcing. res 
e study. pacement. 


sine ; 


*Microwave Technique 


14 HELP. MEN 


1S HELP, 


ACCTS.. Cost or 


POSITIONS, INC. | 


1334 Mass. ave. at Thomas cir 
Admit. trainees, col 


; Bkkpr.. young, full ch 

Bank trainees. career, 
il rm. ciks.. Wht. 
Datn 


org . 
kp 


NUR NE 


100 women wanted. 17-65, 
white or colored: for 
hom doctors and or 

ty: excel. pay Eeo-ecenine- 
a... pas we nec 


learn 
ya 


i BHORT COURSES 
iN NURSING | 
Classes | Hote! Clk. 
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ational Institute o arsin diers @ri 
Victor Bide. 909 G pi. nw. BT. 3-9671) LAMP Handlers, mith ‘exp 


WOMEN —ALL AGES "] me = det ; 
Get a — Job oe aA LSMAN 

FARN MORE MO \ 
SHORTHAND & TYPING 


SPEEDWRITING 


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Ba) + comm. : 
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DEPARTMENT 
el H-a & m 


‘CALE BI. 7 9213" 


“COLUMBIA 


Employment Service 


ser 6-Week Courses: 
PBX RECEPTIONIST 

RE CEPT LON IST ryPisT 
} a. TTTCHBOARD-PBRX OPERATOR 
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‘T. "3.3086 

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PHONE, 
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Secretarial ‘AL LISTING ONLY 


ST. NW 


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directors 
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ACCOUNTANT, 


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ENGINEERING 
AIDE 


Flectronic Mechanical 


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. 


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 accepf additional re- 
sponsibility it is given, 


Individual recognition is fundamental to ad- 
yancement at MELPAR. Years of experience, 
age, seniority are all secondary to the merit 
of an engineer's job performance in determin- 
ing his growth. 


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. 


For an appointment call 


Technical Personne! Representative 


JE. 4-6000 Ext. 220 


Openings presently available in the following fields: 


*Radar and Counter 
measures 


*Systems Evaluation 
* Automation 
*Packaging Electronic 
*Network Theory Equipment 
*Pulse Circuitry 
*UHF, VHF, or SHE 
Receivers 


*Microwave Filters 
*Quality Control 

*Analog Computers and Test Engineering 
*Digital Computers *Servomechanisms 
*Magnetic Tape *Subminiaturization 


Handling *Electro-Mechanical Design 


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 Arnold V-2 Bus From 11th and E Sts. N.W. 
to Plant Entrance.) 


s300-8428 AD BOOK MATCH | 


up 
/ : 

r «oo. & 0 us 

bonus | 

$2000 


open | 


KH 


MEN 15 HELP, MEN 


“ae KHOE coeratet / 
ar 


1S HELP, MEN 
utside work; car nec 


ADIUST 
young man. GRACE 
‘ 30) 


325 mo: 
BUN 1 ¢ 


AIRCRAFT & ENGINE 
& RADIO MECHANICS 


Exp, radio and electronic insta! la- 
ilies " ste. | “On Tepairmen and exp 
chanics. Also crew chief and | ne Uniim! ted ‘woe re} 
Maintenance man for Convair type eoenines. Call OL 
aircraft. Write for application! ; . ees 
’ x : lifter 


atone BASS solotst, ‘ant 
) tan KI 


"aan equ; nm 
t indivi al. Cail CO 
ARs 


AKER — w lite Cap At ape  Hos- 

eal JA 8~6600 

Year ground 
is, hii 

$6: Fv 

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ch Corp ] 6- 8700. 


a vaneavii 2. 


ADDRESSOGRAPH 
OPERATOR 


Atlantic Aviation Serv.. Inc. 
Box 1709. Wilmington. Del 
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Appiv Perrin & Marti! 142° 
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WASHINGTON 
INTERVIEWS 
APRIL 30 thru MAY 3 


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tive contact with the public. Ii namett SEMICONDUCTOR PHYSICISTS, : 
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ALSO OPENINGS FOR aged in broad pplie 1} tion | usiness experience I! METALLURIGISTS and/or A Seebtans Cikeeeoce THREE YOUNG MEN WHO Wa? T 4 7 v + 
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—Mechanical Engineers | Experienced: with references c. | | 
= in electronics that ome eir ability for PULL MANA‘ sEN - 
-——Mechanical Designers skills or facilities. Of particular| ment will be made for you to take CHEMISTS aronerstiiet GEMENT RE-  Maneet 2.0 


into our organization an sppoint Bie Voniar 1407 Hi 
R : a in) ou! i pacereds and «& sa. nf 
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—Drattsmen MMmon vironment ' SS mH : IST. exper en! reitable and metallurgical and physical chemical! group concerned with AGEMENT POSITI ONS IN OUR 8UBSID IIARY OFFICES OFFICE MESSENGER 
—Aircraft Accessory Please send resume, ae Ae y , wbiendic opportunity. Bee) the challenging problems of designing, developing and POSITIONS ARE SALARIED AND PERMANENT , 
dence te is. sales, will train .. 1 $300 r. Jules at Statler Fie: ist. Hotel roduci = 4 on tek Senin’ Dee: aa 
Designer nee, t ' ) v producing semi-conductor and dielectric materials by such \ | to keep busy and 
918 Ellsworth Dr, 8.8. JU. 5-80 methods as ceramic preparation, metallurgical techniques, Apotesnte must be men wi fidence. ity for leadership, must hav: ; , variety Of ini 
HIGH SALARY ) Crystal growing and vapor deposition for electronic devices, t rough their own ability their : ‘ Lets un 
4 ) - t edvancement to management positions 
ENSES ae FLOOR MANAGER sucn as, transisfors and rectifiers, requires detailed plan- 
ENGI NEERS ning of research programs and directly coping with phys- CORPORATION IS YOUNG AND A FAST-GROW 


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BALTIMORE For Opportunities YOUNG MAN Special consideration will be given those who possess an Rte Qualifications Mu st AAR. 2? ; per | ‘ . t 
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CALL MR. HOWARD HAMN ) Wi in , or a Ph.D. ree in any combinati f f th llow- i> - 
AT SOUTHERN HOTEL ; With Department Store experience and one who ing fields ppt owes rr er pli wd f worst NO SALES WORK INVOLVED "yetecl me 
eu-spu Greenwich, Conn. appreciates the importance of good customer ‘, pow Oe 5 - 
ew. RIL N06. 5 PM.> PAL / | chemistry, and physics. corporation Benefits: Yearly bonuses. stock purchase plan, | Dey Ra 
and employee relations. company benefits and excellent working conditions PAINTERS. 


if time is ences vonens “See Our Display Ad in Contact or send resume to J. C. Michels. Director of 
send resum . } : , ‘ ; vl 
ALBANY | Today’s Sports Section apply Personnel, P. R. Mallory and Co., inc., 3029 East Wash- WRITE TO BOX M-267 POST T.H. pote. s HELPER . 
ington St., Indianapolis, ind. Olve complete informetion on background, education salaries i ; eae 


DESIGNING, INC. | AMERICAN MACHINE Personnel Office, 6th Floor and wort eaperien | Por 


om BqOADWAY, AlBasy. ¥. ¥.18, FOUNDRY COMPANY ML, REPLIBG MELD CONFIDENTIAL a ober exper. for TA 
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F STREET STORE NEW ENGINEERS ig PERSONNEL 


EXPERIENCED AUTOMOBILE SALES MANAGER : 

ENGINEERING POSITIONS “ TRAINEES 
for dealership in agricultural section of North TECHNICIANS SOMPANY Trenuinee Pe “* on 
Carolina. Excellent opportunity for man between DEVELOPM ENT Available in annese SSS Sees OS Oe e- 
ages of 25-40, with ability to train and work are needed by - iis — ce 


Tce tential tellin cradle. des RESEARCH ENGINEERING | B M . Rima at 


Post-TH, stating age, employment record and ee 
education. All replies strictly confidential. ENGINEERS—PHYSICISTS Servicing the World S Finest R . 


DESIGNERS ¢ 


mar with 

. f reund a tee 

. Compiete em ployee benefit 

Electronics “This Is Vitro” ELEC | RONIC O pein, Arty sen 
Boz M-242. Post-TH 


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TEST ENGINEERS Permanent Position COMPUTERS DIVISION rangers 


Educational Assistance 
to detail passicions, and 


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F | FLD ENG N FERS Professional Advancement | M ACF Industries Incorporated tales in B timo re-Washington 
EN, 19-30 . RIVERDALE, MARYLAND pius expen: a is ear, plus 
coma L Dn. P wt agg Bo ye 


Thorough Knowledge of Electricity, * plete resume to 


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Here is your opportunity to learn new, ad- Salary Recognition Electronics or Physics Required Unusual opportunities for personnel in the BOX M-243 POST-TH 

vanced techniques in servo-mechanisms, following fields are offered: — 
HOT ’ S! = 

4 wor i rRoor PAeEES — Gaby 


analog computers, radar, radio aids, etc. 
. New Modern Laboratory Now Being Constructed _can hs 
Get in on our expanding programs. : : Excellent opportunity to enter the newest AERODYNAMICS | ‘BUASTERERS 


Excellent Opportunity for Advancement. ane “— interesting program in the elec- ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING inston, Pup-time Je 
PROJ ECTS IN: tronics industry, MECHANICAL DESIGN | LINC JU. 9-381) 01 " weenata 

You will be thoroughly trained in the test- 

Ing, and operation of complex electronic SHIP MISSILE SYSTEMS Salary and expenses paid while training— MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PORTERS 

and alectro-mechanical equipment used in ACOUSTICAL DEVICES Advancement based on Merit—Fine Em- DESIGN CHECKING 


aircraft flight simulators. ployee Benefit Program 
UNDERWATER ORDNANCE SYSTEMS TEST ENGINEERING 


REQUIREMENTS: Recent graduates In engineering (Electronics) 
or persons with @ vocational school certificate end For Information and Interview Please Call INTERVIEWS DAILY FIELD SERVICE ENGINEERING | c 
alls Church residents pre- 


several years’ experience in trouble shooting, testing Personne! Department A nai Bios a tesla AB. 
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OR 
and maintenarice in such fields as radio, radar, com- : PHONE FOR AN APPOINTMENT aaa ips aggro : 
wu. TE REPUBLIC 7-3705 TECHNICAL ILLUSTRATING quired. Many employe bene: 


puters, etc. 
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sitions in. ‘NORTHE AST 


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WANTED 


een produce results. Reply to Box M-269, 


for 


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Flying experience or the understanding of flight theory SATURDAY INTERVIEW IF DESIRED Customer oe Department 
oom 


is desirable. 
WA. 7-4444 APPLY IN PERSON 


8AM. TO4P. M. 
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 


ALL INTERVIEWS CONFIDENTIAL 


CONTACT JIM ARNOLD 
| INTERVIEWING 
ERCO DIVISION Vitro Laboratories [INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SAM. to 4:30 PM MELPAR, INC. 
ACF INDUSTRIES, INC. sri t ine Copentin st anats | WACHINES | CORPORATION Monday thru Friday | ug i guzoe wen 
Riverdale, Md. WArfield 7-4444 pertinent ety | 1220 19th STREET N.W, SATURDAYS BY APPOINTMENT eTeke Arncid 9-7 poe trom 13 


nw. to plant entrance. 


“Toalinned on Foliowlng Fors 


HELP, MEN | HELP, MEN HELP, MEN ‘15 
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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD HELP, MEN , 
D4 Sunday, April 29, 1956 poor . , : 7 | SERVICE MEN 


ie HELP. MEN 1 DISTRICT be. Appi | APPLIANCE 
412,000 Salesmen neE_| Salesmen TRARGL ATOR 


PROMOTIONAL ce te 

sive—senee for bw MANAGER Biiouses ous anent 

Sunday tuture with A SALESMA N a pals 8 Bes a comp ag hee RENAIR sare Cormeen, We are in need of outside > oe ff 
nationally © know “ ee w oe teckina feb ta eanrentve Sell with us without leav- interview. Must y avallabie im- oT BRANCH | OFFICE. oe service men to repair: oan preferebiy Prone 

Circulation area. Good slarting salary plus) young man who can recomnise & ing your present job. M W. REFRIGERATORS th some kao Ger 

any benefits. including vacation. ; SALESM EN OPPORTUN iT] ES |AUTOMATIC WASHERS gat on oF ec ryivaen lent wi with work: 


ospitaligation an WITH 1 
means quicker. sales results Riz. Box 976, Post-T . We want & man with: setenes My Selcante Ra A New Idea in Auto f you can repair one of these premedical, 
tem diate | ope mes te till on t Ee model auiomeviic. * Cl M bershi Immediate openings for 3 ag-| F3f,,,men who Dave Mad, @ eet bm appliances, Sears can 
for Washington Post and rarepe, oy , ub embers ip gressive men who want to fur- | _ omovies. a sewing maechines.| offer you an opportunity to) 
Times Herald classified ad- development at 2 record o ther their career by joinung an | This is your chan ce to i nds further your career Top-| ag Tend <— 2 
ur ne Past moving GI or PHA ei athe North American Auto Club Inc ever-expanding operation. Per- viene sae ~ cee)~=— rated Company benefits for 
vertisers. To piace your ad y "i FT wet Shey es ’ F J ala Bonus io Me ge | ave. NW Fae i aes | manent positions in he Selle | ng a Ss - 3 whe Guitty. Libel cer él 2 xe Ke was 68. POST-" 
sith #600 roblems ae S one be” "| Washington, phone vl 00 Rs Good ay, stead 
for Sunday fronase and foal Gas to) ry, Washington D.C ing Depts.: | lowance for your car use work t Martin, 142 
| | ‘ *. Quincy st “Triteaton. ‘va. bet 


experience SHOES SEARS ROEBUCK & CO i 4 . >. 3 m. 3:30 30 4 Bp. m. 


Phone STATE REALTY, 60. INC. ' a reveling Commissions and <Al FRMAAN sega : ,ROEBUCK 
REpublic 7-1234 — | "verter Tare, SAAN x-| dition to salary. | MEN’S FURNISHINGS | A. 8-4444 Semvice wax acmaiaaisrention _|> TAFF ENGINEER 


estabii epee Ariington H 
ere is an excellent oppor- 
4 all offset press "ty jatior in, 
| RENAIRE sso ai feta Operations Research 


offic ime of all 
aE N if ; . 
 'e | ’ a : ; i — Permanent Bosition in long Expenses tunity for a young aggressive ELECTRICAL 
HELP, MEN REAL ESTATE range pros é man, 20-28 years of age, in| 
Continaed From Preceding = Home Decorating Department. | Inside sales, 40-hour week, “ a : 
PORTER. Pay tin ot:| We went an experi enced salesmen ceaepens pes gy BS 40-hour, 5-day week Excei-| cellent company benefits for FREEZER FOODS ‘ er 21 x h Physics or Mathe 
; ° mn the “ , r , : é ta for ’ rm 
Hows . under fr : ; ompeve relations and ben- NET EARNINGS 88000 TO $9000 lent company benefits for the tmose who que ity. Apply in 10? EYE ST. SE ee se Cente ehmon CS plus severa! years teach- 
is M I : nt ar : eo 
a ? at. _ 7 ne m one who qualifies. perso - ) ; ' } Or Operations Research ex- 
3123 No. Washington Bivd st RVICE STATION SALESMFEN ariard Supervisory respon. 


, 


PORTER 2 ' th . type "Convenien . 
. cain te finest roperty onven - " onan > effeee Gaeen 
" . le listing arting ake rd ed tae REPERENCE will be given t SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. SEARS , ROEBUCK & co. vf Mn b TR ag y, excellent salary, une 
: .% : WOTEINE conc ition: ony ; ice 4500 WISC. AVE NW 2800 W LSON BLY D. _ARI A a ee 6. ) ten Pern BE 
Bettiements and oy attic view, call JE. 4-7594 Se Nashington area location. 


eeees comp.et- and syste: For int LESMEN ~ | oo ac : ; . . 
rer died by office Cal W retai _ 
she du as Hh gna led men pD SALESMEN | | Send resume to Box M-266, 


PRECISION valegps be SALESMEN —_| Srer“asBi"*afler""Shore “Arata | This ateg 28,18 pmsgual, ret | Post-TH 
MACHIN ISTS MARSTELLER. McCABE & CO. McCULLOCH MOTORS HOU Never “out T DPN ds ov _, $105 alter poate ong | | Fem nd d dentre for mon oe SHEET i 
Sin a "HOLMES BAK | na Ble POP 1982 © GM STENOGRAPHER, $340 


REAL ESTATE salecma . 2 .. 7-28 
Sta Trae peeete loge eae yee] |e SALESMAN __| Experienced in Selling |——ss-aram—_) ®* TT ee 
gies, gp ape | Rare wagds furnished Call Mr a ~y ¥ Bit f ’ f “ rt rt i com - : W S - lV : wr =, Z v4 0: 
ELECTRICAL M Ki. 000, All eppiics- os Angeles Call pany pe pestis b tfemings sll, com. MEN’S EAR SALESMAN-DRIVER SALESMEN METAL Bot ay bs Sis 8 ‘ae 2 6 


= ngel. Rigephone AND 

RE HIP Loca orp. 1210 ‘Conn Ave. NV ee with leading ai stributor Im od peninas for 6 aexres- 
INSPECTOR |; C or. lad Wealiice “dehzadtzooem* WOMEN’S SHOES | food %sunts: eioias und erst i By kg ey = T eee Bl 
cow nen! "a us : exper | Se arby Md. : . — SALES CLINIC Monda nome _suaran- : en Dre — RA] N FES t Personnel. 131! 


: th , = = ° _ | ’ ? 
auired j . APPLY for advancemen For intery STO K CLERK 
fpeuire nt é - ¥O- Employment Office je me to 3851 Bi agensbure STOVES—REFRIG : meneneria & —-. 


5: . : - 

INSTRUMENT “Stone Biper fu Bt pe _ | Skat ee 4-7800 | Salary $75 ae = - — . st Sm Tuesday EREEZERS Apt Mrs ie: “Hechinger Co. 
RO "Tr tat ita starting immediately. Pius id- == An ays ._mg : 

MAKER ! supply route; 8-day LESMAN WANTED | eral commissions end ‘bonus LANSBURGH‘S : _ AIR-CONDITIONERS | teens ae ae 


Bs bee Salesman to sell and mere se urs 
8 to 10 years experience in pre.| | ~ nd and hos _ = oy a og ey which re ae to earn in 5 tar end_ a tee, sio. Mee ‘ excellent opportunity | ding & career with, 
eision Instrum | Son_ Mr fartung, 1 iLAS,| Resasvariers: vapiciy and Sepsri-| Wo ceperience necestory ce we| Langley Park Stores | pi ce. 2000 Wuleon bina Ari VAI CLEANERS ot education” Avwty Bai @ it 
Rot TE SALESMAN—White.- for an| ment stores. drug wholesalers.) ‘YO experience necessary as we |SALESMEN (2)-——Top fligh a | “ 3 : sa 
Mew Mewndiive Ave. end | saetaatnaien Gain camel Jost be! SEWING MACHINES 
pility ¢ TAILOR 


; laund and 4 : .| @rocery tobacco and cand . 

oe rou undry an ry , salary ples > ¥ jobvers; en goer ta mrp, Pos ate 

hos | benefits priv Pi nish expenses pat ¢ while out of ianzead saies anc pudiic reéia- , = o meet ane | Asi - - —— 

LAUNDRY. "$20 RL A | NE headquarters poin h *! tion program. Age no barrier University Lane Mess executives mbitious . BUILDING MATERIALS ON-THE-JOB 

o sine - h : ‘ . PEE Se es i ; : . : ss > i 
R' ———— Want : : a ; . . st tt ul : id Persc interview only. Gg ir s a8) } 4 pe a re T i. ING Permanent DOS tron for one 
a! : Ra fe A 4 FLOOR COVERINGS RAINING | ied eel ion 

AM to 9 P.M Monday : nes r ntial. | who « € Work 40-hour 


: ; ; on a: : : ecurit) th | 
9 pm. 76260 Sid . aan ri . — ‘| through Friday. Sat. ‘til noon SALESMEN ray tay os + : At Fu - — tes . ; ™ - y week in newly expanded 
ibera , tail . 7’ 


, Georgetow Rd ] ua. leph _ ° nm ' 4 . tor nerienced 
MONDAY EVENING Rot TE Sanne = Dry clean- ri mae enclos mall tees +4 Apply 3603 38th Ave., Col- -" S anaet Ehese eunbiflentions nd cat Sales ¢ ri | store. Experienced man only 
Interviews, 7 P.M-9P.M.;} wast AB 8 8 | mar Manor, Brentwood, Md. | Dies ¢ call NA 86-1474 for appoin gh - Sige BesEaty. AD} sheet meta! trade Aooly in person. 
>, c rane » and irta 001 ty. | ‘aay (Near N E Washington) Sell With Us [SAL ESMEN—Meg CO “ ¢ 
rape Without leaving your |'S-asr-veck snd @ wise | SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. | Sears Roebuck & Go. 
AMRENDT NS PN] 4 U M ob ao “stens _§ _ Jonn Peters 9800 WILSON BLVD ARI rr - B04 me BLYI 
4510 Caivert R rk. Md We have . well established route Out ae /- past 4 present jo SATE MMEN = ~ tt aT ET DAY OR N IGHT aC HE <—W} e : ~ 
" 6 ) NW. Wash. for en ‘- PETROLE ern Ave. to First St. on right, se:| color photosraphy, good prod- Uk eee < ; : for Sep 
tious men with sa) cwrs ; T er 
—.\ BUBSIDIARY oO ence ; Wonderful ‘opportuni ex , UM which is 38th Ave. Sales Clinic A NEW IDEA er DIOS 15 wi 4 Ar ) SALES MANAGER SH eT OPEN NGS! a. $600 Pt; 
I IN INDUSTRIE! n | . - 797 ; 
: it new bust , Do you qualify for s oe oe. SALERMEN > technica) TeX ital sat ol 
fy SS ners. Call] fe ~ +, ie 9 bene- —  — peramny In Auto Club up. All ki nds Setacs faily—bring | HAVE YOU HIT A DEAD END | Zoe Sis NOh 


Tw 


table Chesapea e Clea : ; fits pe 7 Cent ral yt & 323 with « rogressive me t D's yor RNINGS OR AD- more 
_a =e petroleum “eanpare Phone WA. 7-2299 Membership cor jath & @ sts. (NA a : ’ "| YANCEMENT POSSIBILITIES? — For - 
RESSE For Appointment Only . _ ; :, 
P ESSER : ROUTE SALESMEN 1 you are @ tellens SALESMEN | suk © sincue. pupiiion mar Full Information 


ve 
“if 


. ou : j ~45 ith s0Tr 
Permanent position for WN Y graduate, age 24-30, Immediate openings for 2 ag-! su: ful man — E— 3 , a 
who qualifies. Work 4¢ o OUR ROUTE interested in sales, SALES ENGR. — Elec. or mech North American gressive men under 45 years| snd ® Durning Cesire to reach the | Visit Our Plant | ELECTRONIC 
ned on ; your t i it is pay- ganization where ) Car necessar its. 
cache seattle t, | wee : if ~_ e ' will ~~ progress is based Sa les) } lian 1025 VERMONT AVE. eral draw acainst commission rt 12 } in phe: “—" 15,000 
| | he f salary watt you ), os —_ demonstrated NW. SUITE 610 | and car allowance. Apply in —, : rerit ommission 8 A. M. to 4 P.M. TECHNICIANS 
SEARS ue so U' ~ - , tal. Interviews will _ con gp Beye NO NIGHT CALLS IMON. 10:30 AM.-5 PM.) person. | 7 t Bt 1SINESS is nationally 
ee sume. After training | SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. ished, ove 16 
wil te 6 then Callirig on business firms) SALESMAN | 4800 WIBCONGIN AVE. NW. | ing "ica Rid, offers, the, fines elpar, Inc. Developer of the 
in Balt > - ory in local protected territory. | EXPERIENCED — ~ SALESMEN o ign tied 
ry 2$ 
. errimore istrict, Salary during 3 weeks training Retail tire “ang, Sonus” tary Bl pit , Pl or par me 2 ens n a! a ; _mi ops ‘aie INTERCONTINENTAL 
: Successful incentive plan) [amine all ins ork, Our men! FP tuition This course costs view, phone F. W ae st HU. | wesTINGHOUSE AIR SRAKE CO BALLISTIC MISSILE 
; sive merc andising ‘ BEN HUND} "TY “TIRES the ‘ mp: . J tl sat c ‘ ’ a. et ®. “ 7 +, 7 . m MU mit Box 
ARCADE-SUNSHINE | or part time t 1 {. techniques, as well ) - ' start at once.| M-153, Post-TH ard the 
ptt ne ots Sodgect Sehawe oe ten ins] «= OCiques, se well Only interviewing men suc 3446 14th NW. | Eni Sir Lewis at L2"6-Piod for) ____ | s- 1311 South Fern St. 
> b . sells i and is $ exclusive! ° 9 cesstul in specialty selling (24- —_—__— —— EP. c EA RTH SATELLITE 
ing service sation 39) with car. an oe | - | (Off Jett Davis Hwy.) 


up. ABBEY neon Ld in 
5-day week in newly expanded! Franchised routes are being de- and capable of ad- PERS. ONNEL.. i338 Eve fw Auto Club Inc. elli Nationally Famous to work for it OUR ESTADR- 4 | 
Department Stor Exper We will trails bee onl) County vancing in @ sales or- | He ppliances. Inside-out-| time position. interviewing. hirine LABORATORY 
pe wt belp 70 gee tm. | Hal tlie and obertcen| MON. THRUFRI. | 
fo send us your re- NO SALESMEN TURNOVER | WASHINGTON. D. C Eitiea ever 106 ‘wean 
Duties will be de- 
monstrating proores- thereafter averaged ever 
aoe Mr Prieg in pores employees 
. Mr Fried ig person, Nationsi "y m  suc- 2 ent ¢ raduate or law stu- 
PRESSMAN—OFFSET L undry Co, 2035 West Virginia cessful operating Phone EM. 3-9668 SALES OPPORTUNITY lent. full or part time (25 hrs.) A | V offers attractive 
rage business. Cs riington, Va. | Career opportunities. 


AMB TIOUS : ’ methods Advance- for appoint. or addn. inform. CAREE 


ment oportunities as- Top sales opport u 
th succes 


SALES ae yp a 
REPRESENTATIVE " red P gpetaeesy ‘8 SALESMAN con tine a at de! “ya the inu- | SALESMEN Sem E STATION A CTENDANT SHOE FINISHER Colored. exper! You may oproaress 


f romotion resenti ; 
, 7 r nt ™po nit _ —y : _ factur ‘ = } ‘ ¢ od . . ra 
xcetient opportunity from within. First , A. ineco Service. 2758 N. Wast 09 McKinley s + trom these positions 


an to repres ab! lume. growin | Sunec | 
ery ai peers ent years salary $4624. SALES MANAGER TRAINEE business for over 80 years.” WANTED FOR ont owen =) ss iit to a professional en- 


}. Must have @ mini- 
2 years of college and Merit salary imcreases gineering status. 


- 
uce esstul selling experi- and liberal employee SALARY IN ! INE WITH ABIL!I-| NJ A 
Must be Ling to travel for NI F : ai O 
‘ relocate if. necessary, phi benefits. Baltimore bya ay eee 2 Ww e want 10| TRACTIVE SALES. BONUS ie ) EX EPTI L 
PPP position requires @ man of go interviews for quali- id train a good salesman N ADDITION SALARY AS- KA NJ 
, aracter and appearance whe \- CXCELLEN EAR! Ln SA 
"ROLY CHRC ME ‘CORP. i. sg e Fa becoming a leader fied candidates belp us in our corrent ' TL COMPANY AR OPPORTUN ITY LES E 
2 ABER ar ood gs arting sal; | PERSONNEL SUPERVISOR | . AND | EXPENSES ? 

. n penses; t appea: MPL. TRAIN NG ep RO- To represent Pinancis! fn du ind. Inc. #’  mutuel fund 
’ tiws arte ote 


¥ KERS “Y ompany paid ips surance . ‘ rences On f _» t - 7: mn ite 21s if ord . nse ve «G 
ly ful irst P. O. Box 1629 , wi st o se GRAM PROVIDED 4 @ of a mos Ray 0 r win ite 21 rently “Fi Ga, ® re # sec Soe WASHINGTON 


Excellent salaries 


. —— ~ agama py ; etter giv- " ‘ vi 
hi AL EST ATE wat TERS ba. ne a ih et ails Of work Charlotte, N. oA nt. Conside is >sition ia s7 is ‘tc tl e es idustri ]| corp rations representit : rent be tc i lustrie 

Sewrit coh PRANK Le) al it. Bost Pore bn M8 -asth' tors personel, | Me,i. place, & groved producer. tac! and ‘neeas severe bla x x rolup of FEF be over G20 million. WHR ehare- INTERVIEWS 
ae... CRORE REPRDRRETTTIVE Ware | ‘oeseniiel inierview. Bum of S years successful field| S808, , 824 7 , moat fund gales experience not essentist | Apr. 30 thru May 3 

rookiyn. NEW YORK. steel & selling experier = College, equca- ou will close the sely. insuran sles baci un tremely hejp’ Pp y 
. ENGI NEERS_ SCIENTIST en. cabinet and hampers manufac- | SALESMAN—Nationally known bed-| ton preterrec. _ bul <—m -— be or 

rer: Gesires sales representation, ding manufacturer has opening Bm . uss 
. Comm frite giving | sor aggressive ambitious salesman 
. t- in Washington area contacting 
A Free 5s —TO €! C. Vir-| furniture and peserumnen® stores; | 
oy and West vs. A cal on sition. 


: licat 
Covering the Country sces, Remedies. Salary $90| eae. experience and. 0 
~ 


Phone Mr. David Trott at 
FIF Sales. Company EXecutive 3-5888 on 
1025 CONNECTICUT AVENUE NW weekdays from-i0 A.M, 
SUITE 310 to 8 P. M. to arrange an 
appointment. 


will represent « company 
} 4S } 


. nent information 
No ‘a. ' ry P ~ ; tt to Ei McCurdy, | 
© Cost or Obligation t r olute! ecGreqs, letter te _Nugene | Ne 


BY * Prite Box M-244 Post- Inc 330 North Warwick ave.. 
Be imore. Md 


2OL-MISSILES—INSTRUMENTATION-RADAR durable goods for industry an ail the time. Yo 
tECHANISMS-AERODYNAMICS-CIRCUITRY | Ia like to see you for 
: Df oi see Sige = Ag lp. eee TO SA ESMEN eeestyu) annlicant il) ligt- intervi . 
CATION cama  COpapasereas Al .Buccessful applicant will be elist- " DESIGNERS & DRAFTSMEN 


Eh ETERING—HEAT TRANSFER — OOS M, RTI N 
SRAMAMING -SYDRALA ICS Volume Ic Our Goal FOODS Positions in Airframe, Mechanical, Electrical, and 
cor erning 


NUCLEONICS-COMPUTERS full rticular 
. ‘aa *, a perie: na r salif) a-| 6219 3rd &t. NW TU. 2-2920 Equipment design groups 


AICROWAVES-AUDIO ns to va! Groves m- 
ta ares $1000 Rid etitiay “callasudl™ "| pr ms tom ear pn ewe! — ENGINEERS & DRAFTSMEN Baltimore 3, Md 
5 compieteiy conf icentia Por “Wet 4 a Timor , ; 


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National Err ymern? rvice has heen retamed by I it NERY ep tng 
leading Technological Firms throughout the U. S. to MINIMUM ARANTEE BUTLER 722 2 
ies f°" neers and scientists "tor ‘them if you INI U GU MANFACTURING CO. “Eitan 00" 


Position in 
would like to know what your services are reall : ; ast 13th 8 nd 
word, Gadtact ta pemaitele. We Ol tandis af For 11 New-Car Deliveries misses Bits “Ba slice | fate’ peie “Si one Sh io AERODYNAMICS 


heat toll tm your romubamente--LDCATION. SALARY, OUR PLAN: SALARY PLUS COMMISSION AIRCRAFT STRESS ANALYSIS 
TYPE OF WORK DEMONSTRATOR FURNISHED ; 
PAID VACATIONS / FLUTTER & VIBRATION WEIGHTS Electronic 


Call for apoc ntment or send 3 resumes 
ENGINEERING-SCIENTIFIC CALL MR. GATELY OR MR. CALDWELL UNUSUAL CAREER FIELD hii oi abaianid tabi sind 


ISION 


NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT SERVICE OL. 4-7300 
1108 16th Se. N.W. at L EX. 3-7270 


Technicians 


For positions as electronic 


development company technicians 


DIVVER MOTOR CO. Open INTERVIEWS DAILY stan: icone 


Dodge-Plymouth Dealer 8 am. to 4:30 p.m grams or blueprints. 


FIELD ENGI NEERI NG Old PS PCHEVY CHASE FOR YOUNG MEN Position available in Martinsburg, West Virginia or AND 


Rd. 
o WALKS FROM DIVVER’S” Bethesda, Maryland P 
tencoy2td Trainees 


Call OL. 4-7630 
Systems Work he ital intial oe Assembly Pea ginr 


WITH A FUTURE | 
ELECTRON IC ; pate Oe military serv- 
with THIEBLOT AIRCRAFT CO., INC. ice experience necessary. 


WASHINGTON INTERVIEWS Le eee, | ee 
ENGI NEERS DATA PROCESS | NG MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 


Practical experience acquired in the field has enabled |; 
our former Field Engineers to qualify for responsible Experienced In A C] Th IES o ‘MELPAR, INC, 


Eestone, Many of thee man, ore now Desertman Missile Guidance Systeme SECURITY COORDINATOR | seesnisoros spo 
RCH. VA 


District Supervisors, Consultant Staff Engineers, Product FALLS CHI 
(Take Arnold 2-V bus from 


d Develo Engi 
wn a CIRCUIT DESIGN ERS An individust to head up our “art hese prac ast and E sts. nw. to piant catenes? 


be thoroughly familiar with Federal Security regula- 


RAYTHEON, FIELD ENGINEERING js diversified. Rader, | TRANSMITTER DESIGNERS REQUIREMENTS: tions and systems as applicable to manufacturing 


Sonar, Guided Missiles, Microwave and other specialized dustry. College graduate preferred. our 


sslories while working smote cothoritixe in these felts. | DATA PROCESSING ENGINEERS ee SUPERVISOR OF GUARDS TeLeproNe 
CONTA 


, , . , or - ontact for "sa by phone. 
noe ine Sapna evpvers oy a ne rae Top Salaries Per Diem An alert man not over 45 who is experienced in super- i ~~y a 
ne seen h sce temelle Amuse gptimgectodblig, «fh 5 ai eta Experi ' iting instructions for df $ from 15 to 25 Must b att "MONDAY, 
regulates your progress. Liberal insurance and retirement , xperience in writing instruction VIN © GusrS Terese Gy Trom to men ust be 
6 Holiday & Vacation Pay a high school graduate and in good health. ME. 8- 5402 


plans. Genera! travel allowance and other benefits. Grow ' ' , 
with Raytheon, renowned for its world-wide ‘““EXCELLENCE operation of electronic computing machines 
TIMEKEEPER wer School | educa- 


IN ELECTRONICS” reputation. ALL FOR APPOINTMENT o 
, Cc - DI. 7-9152 GUARDS oo sob “with oa sannteeed 


¢ constructic 


: : 's Washi : AILY Sane eo ood. -apber 

Interviews being held in Raytheon’s Washington office, INTERVIEWS D Alert—good health—thigh school graduate—not over Re Call 

Suite 452, Pennsylvania Building, 425 13th St. N.W. EVENINGS AND SUNDAY _ . 45. Sot ips tt 
f appointment, telephone collect—REpublic 7-6565 - 

Monday, 9 AM.-5 P.M, ann OL. 2-0086 ROOM 331 1220 19th St. N.W. RE. 7-3705 pear 


PRODUCT and INDUSTRIAL |INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS} ERCO DIVISION | pista e ey * 


EERING CORP. | ACF INDUSTRIES, INC. Src mes 
WALTHAM 54, MASSACHUSETTS wares = H St. N. W. MACHINES CORPORATION Riverdale, Maryland Warfield 7-4444 ie es 


| a Washington 7, ihe 


Raytheon Manufacturing Co. 


ae MEN 15 HELP, MEN 15 HELP, MEN HELP, MEN | 4ELP, WOMEN 16|HELP, WOMEN THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
YOUNG MAN : | ~"ACCTG. ASST., $00 TTY ARY —| shige -___ Sunday, April 29, 1956 D5 


learn ‘radio ‘broadeastip a FR PART TIME Be ee some, t7pIne. anity. vancement. 2; B kk ; HELP, WOMEN 
DELANO, WINK: Sth and cmail ofc... $70| open. RE. i-1i98.—- ookkeeping 00 
TRAINEES [ites aes aes Pe EMPLOYMENT | fe sissies <= 9 Machine PTS MIR al 


irom Arlington vi- 
<* = type downtown, 79 w| Operator cleaning stare: | fo-hour, week! Dai ly 
promise of me tummer em PRIME CONTRACTOR Tats | gunbitetiain ¢ : ‘o! x. yee . fe pe dry. 6820 Biair rd. nw. 
pie nt. you qualify s is an r y for a st Adding clk. , $50 : eee eee meena ee: . . 
DRAFTSMEN { fit, "kat aSezettuce pute See a a cre 68 rainees Circulation 
Apply 203° N. 16th at. Rm. B-4.| NAVY GUIDED MISSILES 30D. | pom, SECYe— Bie 4200 i. pub. relat CLERK 
from _3-4.30 p.m ay. this job will intere | ae. aoe 880-$8 ‘3. no shorthand *- Re Due to rapid growth means quicker sales results 
YOUNG MEN—18 TO 25: $10 DAY , ' ou. Applicants will be interviewed; ant 1 emetns Bt? , law P , 
POLITICAL LITERATURE, WHITE ack Cpe Pa eet rom 2 8. me. te 1S De i light bkkpg.. Alex. 5| SF publication to ‘880. as pe age ye. tin Ase 18-23. high school ' for Washington Post and 
’ ‘ ‘ ul ; ’ ; _ : 0 
OPENINGS FOR YOUNG MEN | ‘ >, yt ey BOYD'S COR Engineers Call: : er {2}, we ao 87 J pr — e+ we wish to train a gradua' , for miscellaneous 7 eer tied eds 
ses tA! , ir: a Don Balthasor PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT Srene RC. : 35- WF we $3500 CLK -Ty pists. Cap. Hu ] number of competent e: ? ' classified @ 
INTERESTED IN LEARNING | travel after short | ine : The Washington Post Pe ‘OTHER “OFFick “LostTIONS | BEGINNERS salt tint 950 fo $96 people as bank book- oo73 2 2 months. Ov vertisers. To place your ed 
A’ k 8 in : ~—. yee >-—" tet 
aha ee Ne BENDIX AVIATION and Times Herald | 875-900) various Sed Ines tlds in| keeping machine op co ae 


_ “ er } ‘ 0. a4, " search ‘ . , " 
THE HIGHLY L ¥,5 RATIYV E CORPORATION 1515 L Street NW. vik trr ists rns a -$70 erators Permar ent Phone 


' 35-hi 2 hentia D. _Tatelman position, . 40 - hour, WASHINGTON 
. TING ashington fice ' Piss, & mere Nw ban 22 foodward G 1St N ’ ne ’ 
FIELD OF ORAS MARRIED MEN ogee: US Empl Service! Bis tn At ath MOR) et wontons mag, smemen | —Sys:doy week Hos =| GAS LIGHT CO, | REpublic 7-1234 


Suite 803, 1701 “KR” Street ST ET " ypiste 8° pitalization and re 
1724 F RE NW | R ept BX some | $55- 50 | tirement. Ace 18 Personne! Pas 
Phone REpublic 77-3118 NO FEES | ~ ier re ‘oO ome "§50-8 5 | ADMINISTRATIVE to 35. ; aie Pic a, Ca bg HELP, WOMEN 
TRADES & INDUSTRIAL OFFICE ae. oe vos : | SECRETARY : ; 
| April 30—10 «. m. to 8 p. m FOURTH FLOOR (lice ¥ T F Paste 2: oe ld CLERK-TYPIST 
AT LEAST ONE YEAR OF| . **“* MONE | Suburban Trust Company 

poe ee SO ee ATLAS Rocy RE 7. $767 For store executive, ex-| CLERKS Permanent position for 2 wome 

| en under 45 years of age in 


' cr ; ; i? ; ~ } A’ ; ™ S 7 
HIGH SCHOOL is YOURS IF You ARE : —giterwad anes 7 ONTING Cle cellent opportunity for Mr White. UN. 
Re woRK AND For Interesting Assignments Lect * Journeyman ii . 7 $214 RBailtimo mi ia] ‘al | our auditing and credit depart- 
MECHANICAL | $43 OHO HERE UE in ‘te nay tare See ABBEY | First advancement, . interest: | eo Hyatisvilie. haa Pe Fa Se) Sue, Soca 
| | ON WILT, PER , r ¢ leum -T le floor layer : ino and varied Guties, | | Supert enced manual and machine not essential Excellent com- 


c s +) , I + -* 0 = ' ‘ counting work immec ave per- 
DRAWING COURSE | vuIC AUNPARAL- ELECTRONIC CONTROL 20% discount on pur-'scocxesram. wih trping ablity | manent Jobs. career eppcstunity| pany benefits for those who 
) | Development of «guided 
nts stems HOTEL-RESTAU RANT AND 
MON YTGOMERY. COUNTY ri : in servo- SERV CE Q rr ic 


< pern pleasant 30 An hour : » wena , 
cnases ; ffice Call ve Does 5- ; oul . recu Qua vy. 
I . THIRD FLOOR 
EXCELLENT OPPORTUN | EPERRED APPLY IN 
SPRI? ROA! estan. and cabling and c Baker—4 yrs. experience 


: | BRENNER PHOTO Co. is SEARS ROEBUCK g CO. 
- | BOOK KEEPER $4200, full 
. day, 40-hour week, 5 okkeer per-typist, #7 | Call NA 4. 9900 ext 286 URSIN AVE. NW 
reMENT IN | (ofOO SPRING BOSD hospitalization and in-| Beet Oat kw. IRE FOR APPOINTMENT “CLERK. TYPIST 
FOR ADVANCEMENT | [ONDA’ Py 30TH. le tor development Your 
7 ONE TU hef—30-55 yrs . 
APPOINT- dut Par Fast 


surance, liberal vacation. | _7-2628). sonnel 
N EXPANDING RESEARCH MENT EVALUATION ENGINEERING quarters and travel expen 


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an | | crouse at eee i Sonar SenarNe BOOKKEEPING | CLERICAL 
YOUNG MEN | peetsrindhch ta Sem | Toned sandetchen "NMS Pree 3 Woodward & Lothrop OPERATOR | ‘POSITIONS 


f extensi iat or at ory enviror | Sandwichman—2 5 Re 0 roc wit <= 
(WHITE—18-28) | mental “geting or, coordination | COLORED: BRANCH PERSONNE! 
D Geta ; ”_ n = Steware 21-80 yr \¢ =. ~~ NW | Se yt ; i MA si Bu 
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Exc ept tionally high quality com- Cook—day or night hour 


Experienced nder 
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LECTRONIC TESTING ADM. SECY.. shorth ¢ st. $48 lent working con 


“an Gta des actin te CLERK-TYPIST 


mech NATIONAL sere fice, Blake 
. 8) OORREERRE. | CANIN ED OF as ea us tates —— 
: POSITIONS, ae ee ee OR | TRUST CO. — | ~All otter excellent busines! = Clerk-Typist 


DO NOT TELEPHONE 


COULD YOU USE ANOTHER 


Riek t peed oie. 


raining with op; 


’ aa ™ . " ; ) = ; ‘ npar . . Lo Y “u =e 4 Mae ave nas . 3 ’ ' . 
add ins ssit Phot ‘ r\ fo acvanc c 
MELPAR, be LOPULSION AND HYDRAULICS BIOTMS LOS a iphone , , COLU MBIA ‘ PL SERV ——_——__—_—- —-- - — 'e Fee A a sal , . XPERIENCED 
y + c : EN — -_ | . : YI ips . ne MA S --—4Yy : lal ar 4 
simantan . a a be ea ak tea CAFETERIA ASSISTANT) = regular increases and other} Must Be Accurate 


ne : 
rn sraulic " : , ccameee mm epcy. J i ie ose s , 
| NC CAR CU nica eronautical representat ontact " oa le ne ts “ADMAI NN SECY S ' attractive benefits. 
r rs n ; ; ; . : work it \ >| aay ‘ + ’ - ' oi ! . ) ; 
° CALL MR HARRIS : hanical ystems desigr | ment pvely nt up ey. a IURR /HS BKKP 7 . . %. os . od ~ , ‘intere st. sar cited int sin rhe L NDER 35 


development 


Bekoes' Haas su" ata" arcane | hy ie Eat —os| SPPARED ich, ois wthes| Siete gett sees] 40-HOUR-WEEK APPLY 
, +. =. Y evenines. averase| GEN OFC. CLAS. whi ; 
efore Noon 35. rh, evegines. averas S. type POLITICAL SECY. $350 ¥ train in sanitation vie Excellent Working 


7 Ss 'STEMS ANALY [ere « ry : 4 aa te 7 BANK c LERA nore : 4 , og FT mM UC Li | ; , Aan bar Frid 
3000 Arlington Blvd $100 Per Week to Start ' te: joor-te-door work. Ints Pat! ene one : : xr yy rcial food organization serving Monday Thru rr Conditions 
c Anal ysis of oferall dynamic | 7. ® 7 i pd a S05) SHOPPERS oF ene 7 ' & 30 to 4 30 Pp M., 
alls Church, Va. 


ATTENTION | gas lysiemenic:,kepenence | BETTER POSITIONS | BRAC NURSE. hosp. exp. Oper PROMOTIONAL i's cy. | sa ability. reauized. ai | 725 13th St. NW. | NATIONAL SAVINGS 


me ho we hee 


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: ~~ per i . jay ti 41-8 é ) 
| eons 9 sins chontrenicn, apt freee: $5000 to $50,000 £8, costume jewel | Seal gata wai rome GOVERNMENT “SERVICES. 1% & TRUST CO. 
- £ tired of takit Sm Se, Ses oS | SECY,, attrac. colle 00 : w writin (ground pref . a. 
. | tions te , ortunit , ; ; Mt ns CAMY COUNSELORS. ris } ie bia eats 
a o! u —— wot A ad Py Ls reg : ve | 'VvuUnge 0-37 By ys - The 


(Take Arnold 2-V | & > tam Gee Sol, ~ ‘ + Z ty 20 computer and digi . n 1] salary . 
] lth 4 FE Sts NW ’ [ me " ' » "4 “ dif le rents al anai iyRer 5 @ : ese wo ~h e _ - : CALL DI. 7 92 | > | ee ‘TO EXEC., $350 . ia ‘Ic & p Telephone Co CLER KS 


, 


Bt DIN pUPDI on ny needs en , ine vou Ff 


: . 4 Sma f ce f = 
— >. : n ag nite: n 4 i-| COORDINATION . ploy ' h cepe Ged on us " Be O | l) M B ~ sa O C : 
TRANSCR BER ; . : ty i] yr ~‘ those, 9 mail| Coordination of systems : eet > received better “p it ons Erm mployment Serv ice Por CLK wih ’ $275 - iT PLA a wl Clerk- Office As sista art CASHIERS 
< ; a Brick & Buildin gration end _ compost lesis , r- gy og “ y= sows n (s in ore near 14 : 
bl J 137 n — ~ n ‘ : _——— Ss Wit! , ~ { let a ; , ¥} = ' PTIAL LISTING ONLY a: _ACCT. CL K.$ $325 IN THE nw ase 1-38 ; ; ' By ' 12 ORPG. A MACH. OPER. 
ting weekly news mace national retail bust- pervision of deteiled desien’ | _bane Bi ital a | ADDRES®OGRAPH OPR Oo ertEes. gnome Fa 
t r . ' | aretemn acting 5 Sons" OPEN in 0 a: ‘ANK CLERKS 45. ext "| « wn ‘typing; 5 cy. 1 Pre | 
id, Write onty Employment Info.) ing ces OM "RECEPT "Bx Y. Le to 43 "CLERK. TYPIST 
» Mass 1K KPG : _OPR. Ren Por rade asso no typing + ae . 18 TO 20 
va il Research and de ere manent OPPORT UNITY FOR >" ASHI Lay a " ; . ¥ CLK. TYP., $275 rerart 5 rive car & = ,’ . rm ’ ce | 
io start. Send resume.| methods of predicting missile | RIGHT MAN - typing. : Week: under 34. to 28 Ag we © $3600) ine | {ot ore-typiss im Hub Furniture 
I muh Sate aia meters | + study ‘of 9 “in nt iS tar. MAPPI INC ’ Pho. . _ " enparte ', OPEN BEGINNERS | CLERK. fi o age ° on 1 a IG in & U ots, NW 
= ' ; b] missi : ral : oT as , “ ; c cx } MW rR rai ‘ ri . , : 
ATTN: MFG. «+ | operations research problems | toerammetric Firm with fine new| EXEC SBC rst $4300) ERK-TYPISTS, : 3 : , 
th KT is ace 40 Week CLERK-TYPIS1 


associated phases ian . 2. 4 | 0 SS wk. ad , 
. CCOCAITA | desien. 1 ction, testing d ay oe ee Fe Wire at once| SECY. Trade as 4 wn off ‘LERK (typing) age , 1 ! ef. re 
R . P R - ’ - NT T | VES - ‘ : * ' 4 - —~ . . - . x ‘ va a a : x ; he " : , 2% : of hte ) 7 4 9 : : . : c +. I ' N. ri 7200 ‘ . . RK ’ ri - 


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ANALYST 


- - ' . , rn , 
WINDOW CLEANERS a} ' nN additional t Zepeating| ence it serations od = 6G COMM : > - apie ape - a 7 CLERK TYPS.-NW. M ' : om. A 
met r ' , ' 4 ++ D » CO) d i po ] ver ; rr’y Ll ; : hr 630 \ rn 
th stron isin business printing. Neer : wand , t Binkst on | wo 1D RS NF DI . r toon 
ny RE he is  pecravound shes U } POSITION American Aijrlines, Inc.| Elizabe h tern Bide " 


|e : ~ . be . 3 y ; a. | i ; . ——— 
ipeien ’ : ae lati ble ‘ Union La TE ie ~ . ds i N 
YOUNG MEN (‘white Oper | ndr established | : Sg - 7 ‘te 44 ; : ' ’ , rREONNE! cou NSELING CLERK. cere NE , 90D | mee CLE K T P ST 
“ er cet ‘ ‘ av ; iu r? ry Ww n PRESS Dept HN ‘ —_ t s 72 ; N oth: re 0 DJ « GIRLS! : ve BP T ice *. > ‘ i nig Y | 
7 _ : B pe ; : . : : _ 


Taree Herrea 


send resume to 
’ : NBL o~ o 
“y* > NW OOM «4 5 
TIRED OF THE 9° TO 8 ROUTINE’ ] s¢ nn ms -_ 4% R ‘? . HON 


BENDIX =| = MAN __ | spy pevomepe sere] 250% Nt ecane —| BS 2 tae! CLERK-TYPISTS 


Employment Department 


's ¢ , 4 5 —— ° ; ' Jse¢8 
Mi . . ‘ . 270 


PRODUCTS | eusrererwee (SEMEL Excuactl| Ge emaraaer s| eee oe] © CLERKS 


WHITE & COLORED r 


Bat 40 
QUALIFY AS AN BOY im ‘Cee, 12th & G 


+" 


im r ; }: ns Se $5 [OU MA ' "27 ¢ 
: } t: cami juired, ’ , 265 ate Rican aVie ES eB. 0 | . ning . 
DIVISION Bet me traveling sales . Suit Anishes wine) oo eae aid STEW ARDESS free ree in onde ni ister $3 
rien ) ' Waitress : $2 Selected applicant " ined panding resear organization.) , ‘ . > 
os » thor co Onn F ~ ove as : pany expense anc "; er CASHIERS Opportunity for advancement. ciurrK. 
Of ; = ~ ce: ae if . ee . ‘ x ‘ee ‘ : or BOO. Yius peniects Perse nab e young led . fo ; r-| J I ILV ER SPRING 
a ~ er we «TF - . pri . : ry . 3 s ne ra nh 4 Fr] ‘vs " 


+). 
Convenient. suburban 


= a ; “hamher fm er eT. Apri from 3 p. m. te fust hav ant at 3 
qualif! ae pr 1.0 ton Maid d : to $35; BP. m Inte vows Ss — ——— ) —— location 
BENDIX management position auncry WorKke all t : 4 “ » May i, rom 8 4. m. bo ; 
st 1nU 12 Shirt press operators.. 35 » & APPLY PERSONNEL OFFICE Permanent i resident 
; ONE CALLS PLEASE of this area pre- 


AN UATION Ss, ‘siehaie ee oe SUNT asssi2| AMERICAN AIRLINES, Inc. | HOTEL STATLER terred. HAGGERTY EN” SERV: 


ACCOUNTING CLERKS—5-d., $250 —.._ America ing Al i6TH AND K STS. NW 


in if presen tion p : | : . 
CORPO- i” oieneatied es oP} : LEEDS NEEDS | College SERVICE t. ECIALTS ~|— CASHIER | ss APPLY IN PERSON 3 Oss PROM hee 16 
he tt ie sae b | terested in sin reer wit! MONDA HR IDA U 
R TI N real of : tunite { : BEGI NNERS opportu! ble to brin } ‘ Perman ent posi cal ' 8:00 A ™ Te : 00 P a JK >- ca! 40 
A onal ‘t | OFFICE AND BANK TRAINEES. pe: intelligence, interest and per-| Sent O° oe ~ *enias f 


Maneeer, at MU. Goss, | LEEDS EMAPL. SERVICE | {6'%.yicciaies | rites welts ua 1 coe “ MELPAR INC,| CLERK-TYPISTS 


401 Bendix Dri nd. Tuesday. 930 F Bt 
enaix rive | ADMIN. SECY -DAY, 35-HR. WK. 
WATKINS DEALERS WEEDED RLING og a ws ers. BU 
South Ben | You can earn $2 to $9 an hou FALLS Ct NS.” Ors, de lini 80 
O d, full or part ume 0 'Bye| necent.-tyoist. youns.. 9 5| | PROPESSIONAL MENTS | CASHIER 
) | BEAUTICIAN-HAIRSTYLIST. bus» 1311 SOUTH PER) 
For ape 1 PERMANENT POSITION (OFF JEFF DAVIS HWY.) 
o| SS GOOD PAY ARLINGTON. VA 
65 BS al payee cae coo, § MANY EMPLOYEE BENEFITS | 
o* ne ii PD. section Cali LI 3000 ARLINGTON BLVD. 
10879 -| HAHN SHOE STORES | FALLS CHURCH. VA. 
BEAUTY OPERATOR | AHN ote ow | 


Experienced. Apply 3033 Navsior 


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EVENINGS (4 MEN) iller, Box 971-CG, Uptown, Ho- 
; PO : se 

eek i ae. 2 $50 PER WEEK MANNING EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 


S A0- 9 30 Pp. MA + Me a “~ in paying top 


TECHNICIANS © pene pees a "COLORED ee | CASHIER-FYPIST | one we cmon tnt Sux | CLERK-TYPIST 
vel per rome aR ~ gg ; ‘an interesting. Ry 


| r" v Boo kkeeper Full Ch harge ST-STENO 
| 4140. 1- x iti ; 


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65 3 . a\ .] a pines ian Be x 
5 BEAL on “Aen ie Mae Be ent SONNEL, 1539 Fye N® - CLERK-TYPISTS 


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Tuesday. as work wOwer: s i not importar S-day week EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY with 
nnuas ‘ anding npan: Attractiv 


te A r’ Don use A ‘ : iG I | sy =< . - 
_- : Oo is i accepted. Refers . ‘ ’ - . + Start! . salar a0 : ‘ _— ; 0 +s 
Al TENTION MEN! | Ge 21. Apply 9 to 21, 1424 11th ANE | Helen Day, 1311 tL. nw. Ro Bt Rate 5 ee niet 


$e 50 ST ARTING SALARY Ay. — -__-—_—__ : t.°8) , Hs = eis ; — 240) —_— = 
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT| stork setnisiton | “COLORED —— | Resta inet 8 Bip 
ast learn to tell our story | s*! [ernon diva . _ 4 Pull oh MS st nat | | : 
gc sige WANTED TODAY | Sitch" Weapan | $250] Und! CASHIER. CLERK att Aetna Life Insurance Co. 
4 , DI ear vy a ‘ . i r) : : j : ; 
DEPARTMENT m rers. wit ino time evenin mp ymen' 4 - ; : “PERSONNEL Mus ’ ,*9 type and take CLERK 7 TPIT —— Interest 4 . KR Si N. W 
roe . Seber trainees fcr position of field « Lecept.-s¢ Ww t 32 ii © ST. 3-366 responsibi free insurance. pe learning aviation insure: + 
ce.ien 4. ary . mm iltan Applications m led; 8 jeft I s } $3: BKKPR MAC a “ERATYEE. , catic ; ® Mr. Hence: underwritin departmer eee 
be mer) Soday. 12-30 | t Room 505,| Secy.. Duke 12 ‘ ‘Vv. WOOD PER-| $15 King, st uo Frias om) jent salary paid vacation, } | CLERK-TYPIST 
Backgroun 4 m antenna an f meice wave components B > « % eture - refrigerator ~- eid. ) ; ‘ a oc’ i 1 : Oc + } NEL. a P eA ‘ Vioeder 1) 8 a ” - on narouga PiG : ar 1 ‘ sui ul t PT ts 43 r par 1 & er 
deve! ent e : . one “window men, in- HELP, WOMEN Gen! King st ‘aie aiiinall BRKPR —Hots r ? . ‘ Telable, lor ; ny AN. vw’ {Be SE 
eveiopmen er dia CCorcing , . —_-———- - IX opr n. t $20 i" have let “us ard *F il Con! hetween | n 1 CLERAK-TYPIST 
eee ‘TIME TO CALL | "Le — a. rs : ¢ h + 4 ao ty port charge ‘of box } 1 Ms . 4:30 p or intervis ae ~ ma ‘ tu 
PER NAL INTERV IE We lg Secy bkkpr., 8 4 et 7 vi t.. King Tee $1 50 hr BOOKKEEPER: ty i sist at have ¢| For valet shop in Queens Chapel ; ndings. 5-day ' 
. DAY Si) a lta 4 ists . ‘ ot . + xperience. W | pay bop ary| or Langley Park area; wonderiul CLERK-TYPIST itior . PO 
APPLY DAILY WARSHALL PIED mily owned pt.-typists » $275 mo POTOMAC EMP. AGCY for girl with a ebeity j,tnvestiaate | Sopcesaa ty Ser Seeman je tere ie ata 
organization. hes a ® few part-time Dictaphone. sec7s.. 0 oO mo. Us mn Bivd.. Arl JA. §-2000 mall iloen con - at ee relia! lady with some sales e1 Permanent position in ou c- aK’ SA tw olal 6 doe 
9 am. to 3 p.m si -Sime openings in Md i Correspondence bon ’* been 911 King 8 Alex ) K! 9; 5055 | 4 se ape y roms ri | ~ 4 # : A 4 a — ag + ey val CLERK ry vers pe Gx 00d typist for 
o wh pos . . roac a.i4 : ia : a ij . prin Md JU " -6066 ie . pp.y ve a. : ; La G er Min. ana ¢ tween . nce ‘ j as ’ .« interesting 
ei ees . — — - rro) " ne est = so ve : rking oe , cor i. Pleasant 


who cal ity mu a Tem - typists ; .4 mits ait group) « e a 6 
PHONE FOR EVENING APPOINTMENTS foe, meter| Audit cl een. 2. 980. CLERKS waite, eree 18, Must by abie to! iitsrSedusrnacchr wack” ee | a a 
— ~w > ALLEN ‘Oo BREEN Personne! Ger; Drug—Cigar—Candy—Fountain wor 3:15 “OLERK: TYPIST 


" 156 8. m iS p 
' ' is " te il 18 
ment | 1$0¢N Y Ate. Ban te BE. 772 FULL TIME ae AS SAFEWAY : 
, he following wee Silat caill sine’ # 
eed HELP, MEN ploye benefit s after 3 months = + a “ a aate gee SS ° 


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MARYLAND ELECTRONIC Permanent Positions LPPLY PERSONNEL OFFICE ern. a he manent) apely in 
MANUFACTURING CORPORATION R & D TALENT Pleasant and _ Interesting MAYFLOWER HOTEL STORES, te AETNA FINANCE CO 


for 


fications. 


I mn 
Working Conditions Conn Ave. ang DeSales S* nw CLERK-TYPIST -Permanent pos Mt. Rainier. Ma cn 


Many Employee Benefits CLEREYoune, Indy for Gieny and) ton, with finance co. Apply $0 | 23 ier Spr 


ENN lvert Road Col | sit 
5009 Calvert Road, College Park, Md. Paid Training Program tnces Write Box 962 Post-TH | RE. 5-5100 he: (2) 


branch of- 
APPLY AT OUR wg Ay DRUG yhitan 4 NEW DOWNTOWN 


A/ ae , 
WA. 7-9200 For career positions nan expand- EMPLOYMENT OFFIC 

, Qnd Fleor, lith end G Sts. NW. Entran oy ‘on lith @t Over Big 
ing independent research and de- 


a eon PEOPLES DRUG STORE — se 
velopment organization, organized 30 ae cele’ elblenadit ike ' eee 
ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS in 1949. Current staff totals 150 LT ret ae eee TRAD SLASSES “OMECTION | 


FOR lf you can qualify as a good 


PHYSICISTS Our Current Activities Include CAREER MINDED PRP Pecgreetoatad say 

, WAITRESSES permartient position here is the 
Our research department has several openinos for ® SOLID PROPELLANT ROCKETRY ih dos you Wor praia 5 
Electus rc Enoineers or Phyy cists The department ° COMBUSTION RESEARCH YOU NG WOMEN STARTING THIS WEEK y Td alien nkoe dase ae 
is presentiy engaged in work on advanced radar tech- ® ACOUSTIC INSTRUMENTATION . company enatie including 


miques and sy: rems, uncer the cirection of a highly discount on purcnases Apply 
qualified scientific and engineering staff. For quali- ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT . ADVER IS] NG OPENINGS IN -THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS .. ~~ see ) é 


fied applicants these positions reoresent unusual 
re) wh it fo rofessional nd rganizational sii ; R 
p y f profes organizationa Opportunities are particularly good for SHIRLINGTON, VA. COLLEGE PARK, MD. teat 8S ROEBUCK ‘& CO. 


advancement. 
creative scientists, engineers, and math- Excellent position in the classified adver- wei 
melecee ta desiech “Ae ; é, | CONN. AVE. N. W. . BETHESDA, MD. iT CERK—NE 
ee > mgr “ 3 4p ede J re gen Babe ematicians with an interest in translating tising department of Washington’s largest | . ‘er iT” eqpatancel sea 
: ip r a Ours KMmowrecode gi i . ' : G ; 
tatemantals tonether with ak aptitude and desire tor theory into practical accomplishment. | circulation newspaper available for qual- | S. E. WASHINGTON NE WASHINGTON | D 
research and development work, An ability to do ified young women. On the job training ) MPTOMETER “TRAINEE 
laboratory 2s well as theoretical work is necessary. Our growth tradition offers unusual scope offered nm telephone sales to applicants APPLY FOR A JOB CLOSE TO YOUR HOME NO YPING. On the } 
UNTED O90 SELENE ENE EH Ene WIth aOHiy, for you to participate directly in the ad- with pleasing phone voices. Typing re- education and : 
All application are confidential. Please phone on apply vancement of your professional Career. quired Good Starting salary with steady Don t be Satisfied with less than $50 to $75 per ween Pa ' 3 | 
in person to either, Mr. Arthur A. Varela, Director of Send us a brief resume of your back- advancement for career minded women. APPLY LOCAL pees. bus fibitpsoR ” Oye to 
Research or Mr, Warren P. Higgins, Personnel manager. ground for a prompt answer describing This job requires initiative. Air condi- Monday a p 4 
current openings in your field of interest. tioned office. Sick leave, paid vacations, HOT SHOPPE COUNEETORS 1400 lored. ex 
off! 


. | and group insurance benefits. Interviews | : ice 
CORVEY ENGINEERING CO. i, ge pee hee ere oe arg Me 


™ | ATLANTIC RESEARCH CORP. 7 : COUNTER GIRLS. wits > OE, sy 
SUBSIDIARY OF ‘WESTINGHOUSE AIR BRAKE CO, ant sank. Cohiba, 2, Mana Washington Post & Times Herald EMPLOYMENT OFFICE pears. 


at oe — ptr’ iia * King 9-7500 | PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT 1341 GST. N. W, ROOM 200 ae gee 
on ray’ 'VSe — 2 . 1515 L Street, N.W, . - WAYS Emo. as 


ott 
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HELP, WOMEN 16, 4ELP, WOMEN 16 


SHIRT PRESSER 
fn per. in 7 ae | TELEPHONE 


THE WASHINGTUN PUST end TIMES HERALD HELP, WOMEN HELP, WOMEN 16 


D6 Sunday, April 29, 1956 ' : 
nse OFFICE HELP ews. mus per: 
HELP, WOMEN a ry end generous bonus 

412,000 | GENERAL. OFFICE sr pea SOLICITORS ict oe he Sar Se 
F | UL ant Adlington, between 2 anid $ p. in. CHNICIAN—cer 
Sunday G RLS Some typing. Excellent work- cndrs. 08 Experienced or Inexperienced YOUNG LADIES “feat, mor 2 


Circulation oe oe ae sat sy a mat Cocaine Se ees oak aes et Def ‘fest and apie to| Working from your own home| sfies, lgcator | tor Washingons | eeAL ESTATE SA SME: 
ington s tinest stores. women interested jn Peele : i| can be profitable and enjoyable! ¥° ¢ k ut] Hable va. broker stirachre, “man Be. r4—laree eee Yor 
means quicker sales results satery a alii — ey eae wihe “Bi 4001 7, Ar an yere-ipe-protit| Proposition to offer. “an ‘axgres- |g Ry at Fan. 
Consider the ‘Telephone Com- APPLY cARe ; 5 LIVING IN MD z mn. ge ' rk and produce. Good list | yo, 6633 
SAK ‘ pny & Sanders. 1114 Vermeon clients available “ iradie Tront 
aye. nw. AD. 4-400. 


Washingt Post 5-D 
for SSUngron . and pany if you want an interest- 610 12th 8T. NW D on me PURC BARES SILK FINISHER " : | Por . Ton 7 peceasary ”| die 529 iH greek 
' Many er Company Experienced. Apply Socher’s Clean- CALL MR. TALBERT | %OUNG LapY—colored. pi ewer Or appt.. call JA. 2: ied 1456—Thusual- 


Times Herald classified ad- ina iob h good 
cae, we § HETIING PSY, voice and some know! 
ledge of typ-/| — ESTATE—GQpiore } ewe tee i 
= R.. work for and women B—Gplored ‘saleemen bagi » MD 


; ' , 4 y 

’ reguiar increases, many op- SILK FINISHER—Exoverienced pirce -l Mon da one P 

vertisers. To place your ad EMPLOYMENT OFFICE work. Jernigan Dry Ciesner: 299 10-1 . thru Friday nes f. lel. 4-846 4th Gt.| for active real estate office Plenty 
Rd... Mt. Ran AD 4-0800 ‘ea Me 6 p _ ir} - leads. wonderfu) Pie Ps: for, = 


portunities to advance, and i ON 1 3 h00, 
for Sunday | other attractive benefits. PAYROLL CLERK THE HECHT CO goons, Cae Preniroe se ‘ , “he Trayio rigat persons. Call to 8 D. m., 
‘| SCIENTIFIC | LADIES NEEDED pe ag rate fecal reo rae tN 


Phone ” Leading weekly news magazine | ABHINGTON N T NS TOR r day | 5-4 ; 7 
' has ing or indivi x- s7 e § } Murray oom | ; : 

RE . | in -Wal ' Va d. and Dp Cc cuaranters m 

public 7 1234 FOR perience Shaw-Wal ker Os pa PA Eudod hs RA | A A A | 402. 1405 G st. nw 8 cu [ppm gent r 

COMPLETE INFORMATION aah 1 vers, © < a GLEBE AD RD AND grrix _ ev: ‘ IN LAUREL, D. "ered. 810, ¢ay" -White and co.- Box 3302 a . my a rERsON L anes 

¢ minimum. } Pan : Pent = nd Ell 8 Drive ge 25-35. fluent know! oes 6 Pe re | priv bj 

Vidi T OV a Pleasant conditions AL nton . 5 dl preterety Prench-born CALL MR TALBERT BOYD 5 COR wet - ~' a oer TEA ye 7 e sa. x:| Ea aa Pacer = 

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HELP, WOMEN conditioned ‘pulidin ne _ se of it TR —_ 
man: sirou) at ee Monday thru Friday ALEXANDRT in POSTTION we TEL kK AINEES— Whi dys c 
RE te + Singie, $6.50 
REA F $23 y F $2600 0 ¥ Vv. WOO [R- LAMONT NW 1665— 


—einiinesd trem Precedips Pase 
COUNTER + eer ipg r in nd- Call DI_ 77-2900 t 25 « ents H&G 
— maki ; tain ¢ Employment Office Bet weer, a.m and § Bp. ™m. SALESWOMEN - mW, at med ca o AD. 4 0800 tks “Mac “Op Trainees e200°48e uiiding . 7 ioe 5 = rt dir ath 
} : aan: « "4" b " 
nie minology ust Pta oun a +t Op : TV iL RADIO NEEDS 5 NOw ist. 4’town 
home for emp) 


ver : a 4 ’ 
yy in meseen Spt was 725 ] 3th St N W. ee va ¥ area cums to team work in researc 0 
'. 2004 Nicl PBX OPERATOR development Key- $243 Men 1d 
Tr < CERK- c ASHER “s "Wor Monday Thru Friday White. high echeol eraduate some } - oe wus. ; tr uctios wnt pe a hea MAsa Ave NE.. ‘- 


Alexandria mus ar: 30 A M to 4 30 p M typing. 5-day week. paid ¥ oot 
. *] - 4 _ ye om :. stam. Send compiete resume. tret 06d bel ; uD oo red. “Li 4.39 19 
D Telephone . efit . elp Hel D thor Yar trained. | MASS AVE NW 
- io} 


good 4; ae 
ppiy Mrs. Dod ~. te Mew Women’s Ready-to-Wear E 
. - lec Wirer . } £9 a 
IsGen co" i H NE tual fue Ins rence Co. of New York. nd y Experience desired Must be ex- Guaranty "emp! oyment heoeae OmED . (r me “Yady 4 ; CLE s , 
a tA | YPICT per vDis ner than not A Y Th W 2 , me ref erences | tre inion 
Th Accessories ti ~ ioe association! mecessery. Xe equi re TOU SOUS VCE N Ett sh 288 — SCREEN AVE Git cam 
CREDIT e p r n el CI k nation s pleasing personality prerequi- 0 Active real estate of-| NIC NOLS AVE. SW. 4407, Nr 
INTERVIEWER Cc & P Teleph C Srsorwt er arke lyst. Exp _ Deo you need to earn $50- $70) Plenty —— ee gt oh - NRL—Twin beds, . 
) elep one O. den calculator ~~ y week.y? De you have @ car and| some "yuth sales abimty. Cl ar peenee _tigset Private beth. Near 
ir {fice a few nights free? If so, call DU.| H. AVE. NW., 1535—Larece redec, 
Permanent position for one 
Experience) ———__— ——— ; w office, at-| Interesting work with loc on ot. Good. sel 00K AND 3D MAID Wale Tne SEB 7 
of-| Bae: rite Modern Manner” clothes. ic tes D~—White. jive Pa. . " a 1g) area Tram 


APPLY 
+f Fi ‘ 
NEWSPAPER _|florment Giice, 2nd Flor] Sas BM ce PLELETYPE OPERATOR |, 4-8 ma ATE RT Mase 
who qualifies 90 SS Shep - in your nome. we | HELP, : oY hw. Fae 3 °K, ~“Sineles 


helpful but not essential. Must GIRLS—COLORED Pypition og new LANSBURGH S tee respons bilities of day we . Willing to learn to perpte Pa ealary EXCHA NOE r _A - 

7 rc 4 : | ao wer 
be 20 to 40 years of age.) YOU CAN EARN SISADAY | in _personnel . Seid r ses. F700 or AP. heney Airlines, sages Ko tp nga i (white) who 8-4: ws, “bere location} L ‘3108, 
, ™ . ath a! Airport, Monday. Sovwees 4 a7 »~pehanas ~\ ull ‘ “RD. NW, en bh new! 
: a50., 


ke -hour ” xcel. om in ond kt wus teach ° on 
Work 40-hour wee Excel. | to demonstrate the , . Langley Park Stores and 4:30 mai| land. N. ¥.. $180 to § decor, ist fire hot and ead 
lent benefits. s. slem cooking Ex i] re ° N M-290_ t- cal ret. ve, Bie tra napert tation Pot and cold water, 
ike a © r le er man; compiete ¢ aree. . : 
advance: 10 girh ’ unit New Hampshire Ave. and FOR BRANCH OFFICE of large of i-girl omiee typing necessary, EXPE RIENTED COU PLE- Man ear RIGGs "PRK yn 
SEARS ROEBUCK & CO in . wnmedi nel field me college ~ * f ¢onditioning menufacturer TRAN RI BER shorthand desired. but mot Te-| denine and chauffeur om 

Apply 1022 18th st nw. ; preferred iy between University Lane ust be ac fd @ Saad? aeair Tatas ‘tiie acl souuiie Gun Gunteal beasbwoek fet wast trans 

0005 COLESVILLE RD A] m. 6 , | 9 m end 2s. m a typi sh casuaity) or real estate experience:| 2 adults nt quarters. goo RHODE” ist AND AVE 
: Lecat good starting sa! ary m1 benus| salary i R 7-277 : wat na 


de VYER SPRING. MD. _ = eskunsutpadhsomnnntaannents 
Personne! Office a Pe te -™ * arrangement for th 
INTERVIEWER surance “and 3 a et: = For leading weekly news a-| initiative life and. “boepital : 
The Wa hin ton p SALESWOMEN hingt gine. Work will consist Setmn oiiy gation insurance ee orn 
DEMONSTRATOR FOR CREDIT DEPT. shing ost pete i ranseriptlon and. “ties Bs ng complete ‘re dit? seal pean oft SING sPhiN— 
7 i ~ vt Man on! 


of transcription and gene handwriting. givin complete re- | LO 0: nti. nom SILVER SPRINGS; 
and Times Herald office experienc bath 


.| Must pass shorthand test 80 © pm a D $25-85 py 
Permanent position for woman 1515 L Street NW. eee Geant te in the foi. b-day week, liberai leave and other 7 4 experience pre. | | ABBEY PERSON NEL 10}7_K_NW.|TAROMA PARK. 
wg $s tee anen| WHY WE NEED | | Sie 


v 
EYE ST. NW., 1914— ptr, | 
Gio. ref 


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with pleasant personality. sion prosTam , acksround ; bi J ; 
_— . usage e55en- ; ‘ Rh . opt lonal 

10 _on RMON oe Ww 4 

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Work 40-hour, 5-day week in AMERICAN RED CROSS jal. Pleasant’ conditions 3 beim 
INFANTS —¥ I ~ ” ; 
in air-conditioned Sulla img. Many YPIS S soc erty rR. t che ree Ele ave Me /T 


air-conditioned office for one | + . compan 5-r 
who qualifies. Apply in per- PERSONNEL WAR | as. eple. in N.Y. City: sleep in:| ag dois. “ks 
ie j HOUSE ES RE. 7-8300. ext. CALL DI. 7-2900, EXT 261 _wetieve ¢ that pleasant, Harris rets Mr i wi cae a” 
Exverien meee," pregersed ae ! BOY’S CLOTHING STENOGRAPHER | BETWEEN9 A.M. & SP. M. ake the best ee Hoe ‘Sfkerren. tbo. Bite, 30. | ‘fr next bath: 
‘vert Perms = [SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. CLERK CORSETS ) Waa tthey'are interested | galiares in’ modern ‘nome’, mut| talsbie "amet: cit" pt 
. TY . ; ' tr. recent rer — 
8227 ir mo th to start 2800 WILSON BLVD... ARL White). youn Be .B.. mx TRATNEES— White Wo tspe Gomme , nh 4 As , i. te ry te right a + in o ae “1508 
$363 in months = LINGERIE "ot college or coljese wi ie exp. under- mi&rried . ried _i6 DSi- J ; cele * 
M DLE A "ANT NPERENCE | writ ne, ete iy] to . 60N whi i> re ta he : : ce. \ ~~ é _ . orn a Se unin. RD  - Re. 
Excel. lovati 


Age 20 to 35 


Orvher per'adic ‘ reases HH | , —_ ES Ww . ' the ; 
S-day. 40-hour week OSIERY SALESLADY A Desirable Position | tmeide sales wort jp dovely, Ht CLERK | 5 4-5788, Southern Bide, 15th & H come full-time hou 
- oO : ‘he ost 
oS B-Sie Even exce A ben ga Bm a see A | b| ‘ r weer. 4 isa : paid vac: ettry « astriel ales dept ryPisT= Whit 1 accurate. 186 10 ate ied 
val end many excellen Dp. m., | ont 
MAHAN SHOE STO RES. ——~ Ww ny benefits apereoess “— verted pe » Bos = '. If vou are a typist Beau rs 
sp bu s at , e 


— — —_— a¢ J a S " . 
_— — emit ut pot necessary. Appl i to advancement ar — Age | for invoice 1 t us. | stin a + : ' : 
ae © oe YOUNG WOMAN | ?eres illo au Sea processing dept,: 40, to. 45, word torical work «| MARE SOLE gglivtgsinig Wiaronn | dost NO. 1-3eue 
per min -day week: NE lo- ith other pieasa: t people | 7 i veliable: local refer.| “4 — te ene 16th ne, 
tlo r 6032. Dn th yithoud 
+o 


DICTAPHONE — 
INTERIOR ! . a fees, retiagie: local 
OPERATORS DECORATOR Interested nm Working SEARS ROSS & £0 STENO.-CLERK Girl Friday for qne-man hote! res- -_ 0 MINIMUM STARTING MAID ive a aa A. ‘ear i Bi ': of ; 4 


Gome exper! ence or education in , Permanent position for alert young! ervation office leasant telephone 

; ~~ . . —~+ y Ment opportuni: n "Wash. tg. work on new” A. weoee yt gr Rs oe er voice, willing to joare, 980 WE PAY MORE ir-c pales , $ Lome Mus : sia . 
mn +H employes benefits. 5-day, 40-| LINDA A. MA a) re! - 

four week. 1406 G St. NW Bulle 916 FOR EXPERIENCE < HER s 80 we Islan N iD. LIVING 


EXPERIENCED ara Bn ECHT eS Employment Office exirts. oe end fast ’ OF Mee Bie I met Vie 1 8 
WESTINGHOUSE 5-DAY WEEK ‘ Z Se 
Live in $30 °o 835 ‘ wk bath ; 


SALARY UP a — ae 4 
in j 
TO 80 WEEK Preferably experienced in Position involves processing| important. _p t position. | —— sat ae, , ~~. oo en 2 . aren obs ml fi ‘ow —— — 
$ ance policy writing: mang 1 | 5 NM epkone Sportal e with on-| AIR CONDITIONED OFFICES | > pent  nouse- Npentienea $40 mo. OF. 
pany benefit 35-hour week, AD- | of employment appiicat: ns, secys.. etenos.. srenocn bite N Tele o . ty ad ’ wo hil ‘| tn . . ’ 
DEPENDING ply in person. drs , it placement of advertising, some org. NAT. ° : t public. ' 10 Permanent HOT WEATHER ONLY ds, ‘0! wit furnished | n “3 WEEK 
isth. ag Woodward Bye. in rin ce.| position. 5-day, 40- eek. An- A FEW WEEKS AWAY ce Pe Bh | , 
and. Bost ne typ 9- A ASHINGTON. oun “and nual leave and sic conve Er , . -&- i 5 4 " . su. 3 seid gain s 
w k 20, fare. 9 t 5 dys. § Sto 7 bi , = aid 
Bs ’ St ¢. biks Wh 


ON ABILITY _ . leswoman. . on , loye cafeteria y in perso 
Pia 1 “ib ‘En * hi - : Interesting en. Typing 83 abd some " - My ys Pr ana apm P GOVERNMENT > o7 mils * weil at gut. g town. 
pus Phone. Wi. ¢- 5586) APPLY /N PERSON ook. discount off xh - Need — 33 eS oe NATIONAL EMPLOYEES ‘hambermaid tress, live n a es Piste 


essing wok i erent oad pen cosets sore fal seh and tsb eTY| ~ INSURANCE CO. | size Bienr"s 
a ae se Monoay THRU FRioAY | “SHES PME re Bide ssa “pisna? Gs GEOGRAPHIC, SOC | BERS Sate pe he Ball] 2134 G ST. Nw 
KEY PUNCH THE HECH he of weekend workers. wD ABD & Ss. SS (not a Government office) coos oune wo mar . ae! “idrer, - : ed  _ ™ Tele eraate 


conditions. Steadily expanding 
organization. 5-day week., é OPERATOR FTPist. white. some shorthand ©} 2 Rup a . Emp! na transient 
1612 I Bt. _xper, unnecessary. BA. 3-539). 14th and a Sts. NW. az tts Wawik x7 : Re 


to 4:30, . 
ay. aust be . 
M ELPAR, | NC. | “.. tort rm ew TYPIST—$70 WEEK 8 Amat MA BT one i von 2 


ATTRAC, 


, PEMANENT 
° ad O° IENT A ND 
Air-Conditioned Office PER IENCEL DEPENDABLE ce STENO.-CLERK et L Street entrance children; 5-day week 
T WEATHE 3000 ARLINGTON BLVD. to wor mo bo 65-70 wp m,_ 10- hour week, SITUATIONS, MEN 
PLEABA) - } TON | t : 

HO ; H nm i  cenaarnag FALLS CHURCH, VA, 2 Sy rs of, invoices Permanent position for steno.- oraetown Universit THREE MATURE WOMEN. 30-30) a. ‘ . 
Only a Few Weeks Away) risznar’PpLove BENEFITS | (Take Arnold _2-y bus trom 11tb| Starts salars’ paid vacsti clerk in our main office. Must at bh Pp ' y a ee ‘on "Ha Monroe AD: sessed 
and E Sts. ow. to plant entrance) hours 3-8: 5-day week. one| type 45 w.p.m. and take dicta- esearc rojec car necessary Call Mrs. Bi eae i im f-, ns ante after 6 ail day 84 
akY- $ CUSTODIA “Mai d edu-| ©O8.. NE 


GOVERNMENT THE lk LORD BALTIMORE PRESS ey yore basis > eal ene Se Se He AD. 3-7000—EXT. 220 MARSHALL viEL® ae a fes open - al on ad tn ede ; col 
, a % m~ = a. in am! own* tration end egricultu KS posi- 
EMPLOYEES =| Seana A peRsonne. —_ | ceecemeen se! elerotacetopagcsige Yul) don gu bene cotoiae te | O 
INSURANCE COMPANY : TADY WITH CAR TRAINING ASSISTANT » be peo v Advancement 5. 3366- Pleasant Working Conditions TYPIST-CLERK 
ge 25-50. able to work ccd fh... BS Belen 8 Paid Vacations 


A 

14TH AND L STS. NW, weekly Must like to sel 1e-tO- xcellent epportunity for alert in- : a , ‘ -$99 

hor ining and su- actual Whe can do all around job Group Insurance i ammediately who can type! be 25- Gd have SA ScHoe 

i u LEAST 50 ¥>D ! 10 fn terview appoin' 
08 


— - —Bingle man. Bice 
CEMENT FINISHER. Call Sunday.) (Ob «i i me 


; c 
rvising art- tin ; , : ; h ap 4 ; ’ 
: in + pearines ac int ’ , Lot i : 
p p Nationa! : sellin sty! to | Sick Benefits ied. interesting du | ment ne UN. 4-56 _ bright double r 
LEASE APPLY - ¢ De . classes and hel prepare, tralning REL” isse ere 3. i Airline privileges. ME. 8 2 ENCY. wants wor d: f omputer. clerk cian up | Foom in et bome: privileges. 


‘ o re. oe ary eoc) material. Must 5-Day, 40-Hr. Week 3600. 26 ' = ; " 
8 A. M. TO 3 P. M. [~~ NA Pas 1357 for. spol mt egrance 9nd personality essential SECRETARIES ext * 1 each sch a , *~-.4# ~ aire MANAGER enscutive aaleac| 1 cc 3 y. I ™ Dome ig ivis.§ 
AT - STREET ENTRANCE AgntY Padi | 1338 .~ EMPLOYMENT corse SAFE AY . : Bes pare wear! Tine! man, DP a hin '" rea | fror —38¢ i = if oe ' levels . 
iia W TYPIST-CLERK |“E"s Pi vibe fo ou BS) fas Wouowing’ in “cryetogs, “ere-| feaut tm Desiutyl home, aD. 4 
MAID THE HECHT CO. COST CLERKS STOR ES INC 4 fri ds ) | i es t} n all. _m. of = I 
ashington / . or perience pocsesary.. ie nion i rite ~ ORS “Po st-TH 


og od _ part time iotel n : ” Ww { eel. Be a. se » 2 
fo ch-class bide. tor Bu rat “ot 7th NW CLERK-TYPISTS iS 4TH 8ST. KH. SZ. AGE 18-35 Prec ks, Dept. | SITUATIONS, WOMEN hati »phone 
wee et 7 ns 


basis. AD 
PHOTOGRAPHIC 5 a i—kx. Hot: EWIVES=While—T 3 ambitiou . 
. bet ween PHOTOGRA ~~ SALES —_ or profitable ELEVATOR OPERATOR —| censed. © oe 
. 53 f ir 


rx on how 
2:30 8. m.-12 noon and §-9 p.'m.| perienced preferred. but not + 7 Vie} an SCHOOL, GRADUATE. EX-| ee essa! room 
MANAGERIAL ASSTS. | set7,.. Congenial | Sil (Ist and 2nd Shift) ["STENOS.-TYPISTS | Pentetces ADORIOR,) Esl Me winch paca FORMER” New York sucncy”cony- | COLORED 
EMPLOYEE upon experience. Cs) 4 ER NING riter with extensive organization- with privis. 
K os TION WITH A FUTU CAMERAS INC, 856 ® ay Contact TEMPORARY Ma rt. ,aaucated voman | and nistrative expe ‘ cot ORED—NW roo 
rt me Y. 4 er - to . } al cir ; see Jo oe F ca per me privis TT? 2-6706 
RELATIONS CLER S $400-$650 PER MO. etn Mt CHINE Personne! Office : ce oe Opttr Peniovic creases | 9 ve HILDCRA rork. Ineres " ; E more eat, pul stim Cot —701 Alli son NW Attrac 
' aden — - , ss : —_ ol. Ale "1 E - —— - rm ome -privis 
Interesting position in person-| Streets! eo - anne! otters exe] NCR 2000 “ties > 8 A.M.-4:30 P.M. yon Pon") , pA Day WEEK On 5 Cc. Maryland. Write givine HOt tre a35: Riverdale section 
ne! dept for experienced per- typ aat*t eer-m! dod wen en | ~ yh ATIONAL WASHINGTON D Wa fons 40s phone Box Dr ret, B “7 M-21$3. Past. Hi. Cou LEW WAM ¢aTSE AVE. NW. 
° ‘ 4. » intere 4 i ; ti FMP , t . st ; : _ -—— 
son. Must be able to type 45 rd rc hee © - oe alan, Gar! D re SERVICE, - ’ . WaArfield 7-4444 JOIN THE STAPY OF GAS LIGHT CO. = Ey ; aDl. Serv der ators nd i aurance "@xD cou Irving. a. oh OA ge. 
. Putty mon tlt Tl vane 
wpm. Exper ence with —— 4 paid in toe world. 7 R—LAUN ERCO DIVISION sé ELLY GIRLS” Pereen — U. ‘Ss. mp rvice TYR ox r . —— t- . 3 —e . p-6548 after 4 ° 
. ts bod j ‘ F STREET NW, ith Lord & rol New York a t. Zr. Fm, 186 
fal | company unre Se hep-| Immediate openings in our salons siotnes th pet y pees ee pay ACF INDUSTRIES Inc. K a hat a FEFs st nd stenesterh; would ii 7 ,At8 fim 2U, o0'R, — 
ul but not necessary. Many! in: the Was hington Metropoliten Jad LAU RY. 37th st ye . Ht ; , | same type of 1 tion: full or part)‘ 181% = ario Pla ce NW —tr 
company benefits including) **™* ‘and Baltimore, Md ak , Mount Rainier, Riverdale, Md. VARITYPISTS — Fine opportuni ty | TRADES & INDU STRIAL OFFICE! * HO. 2-9332._ 3423 16th st.) Mise room. privileges. 811.25 week. 
1100. MARK MORE for experienced operstors, {re FOURTH FLOOR Neen ene = ONS D0 EsTic ¥ ~ = Home pr! ‘ivis. Empl, 
Sinners on newest SITUATION M ttled lady “ple CO. 5- 6486. 
, s a 


group insurance, paid vacation, Prereauisites tnclude college Sees Rae, training for 
ground executive sales abil WOR On ob AYROLL “s ; 
and sick benefits. 5-day 40-/| we roome altractive Pm PRI ING-( | ERK ox oe mode: machines Excelient working Fi LT ; ' 
‘ , “ : fi. ine , stress . » 1256 Fuclid 8t Ww —Lge. rm. 
conditions. Write stating quail 8) P over Beamstress n ‘DAYS Ex, cleaner refs public - rivileges Coup! f on alnane 


s! 
hr week ance slender sigure. SECRETARIAL cations t > Posi-TH (Experience only) 1 me 2-446 ; a 
w N ' mad ral aL Well experienced ts weo7 | COL—ist & WN. pltol Gules 


New position established. young 


APPLY See Miss Snow ~ OTON'S y" TEL-RESTAURAN 
Suite 415. 10 A. M-S PM, interestdi car divi- paar : _ iis HOTRRERVICE OFFICE s work, Week ends or oe hey ¢-7889,_. 
f : ——@0c per hour. Apply ; ; 
< POSITIONS Ta P poms * 2 S| SE ; THIRD FLOOR Shrike — avs NDRESS—De- coL— a KS t & pedi ait T 
NW 


hay and Tue day 

S/ \FEW, L¥ i, _iéth St. NW sireconditioned Cafrits Building 2 SNES SEA gnu ; 

MANAGER - HOA SEKEFPER Smell! 1625 Bye Attractive salary. i % seaiee 7 "aires BOxen coLontD- re eae 
gues! nowes In exchange for ant ; iving b all con- cellent . : , ’ — Cashier—Hotel. aoe WOMAN OL. —— ier 8 da days were or p! . 
=" a . b to et to i ) m ~ . : . 
we INC. ADs -'e3 oosmeeniees : advance- Gevera) Contralte eocreterses RUSSELL KELLY 42 nee a te 3» m. ¢ gee 8u eal or crus store sm Ps nT si) | 10 : 
nent d ST. 3-0104 . s wit esearc . . “ . “ay ‘ ETTER cass ©) ! is. cook 
men i Cel Mr. Do ae a. ona on entele CAPE BURGUND 1 Cc unter Glri 18 40 yrs sta a i. a ve 4 c eer 


1845 4TH 6T. NE — mn Alexandris. 
MATHEMATICIAN Good a shorthand. and typing re- OFFICE SERVICE y ATTRESS Gr | Ctreck Full or part time Arts. H -0620. DE. 2-325¢ ' 
quired. Salary dependent upon WAITRESS —Gver 31. Rosslyn Grill.) Food ve ” | Gai LAUNDEESS 60d: nw 
, , a. . *.10230 . an ri a rm desire emploved 


yf At, Ee th store exper 6 a'- Applied PR( ( \F qualifications. REPRESENTED BY be FR N Moore st. Arlington JA Hostess. 21-48 yrs. Hotel. restau- car fare Cal) NO. 7-1 ‘goat 
ENN HARRIS CO : | Young woman. aged 20-38. te do FOR APPOINT) DENT ee aviehes — White Exo. Full, ™®"* oF dining room experience WOMAN. im g.b.e Live u COLORED as FT Piori da. Ave Tw 
— een | Z ba Lnemet on + Lior - z in j . \/ CI N FE Cc | KI 9 7639 E t 106 Some aA after fi 7 m.. sete Kit chen Super ‘sor U - ie “4s ore Col. ay r ; tres . Pes m : ? 
FLORIST ls ‘ory Enginee ing : OPERATOR a _ 7 , &xt. LDS AGENCY a ee — =f aS Home economics background or exp ‘ | 
as in Alexand ria 4 ; FIE porter type wee a Hrs . Dispenser—16-40 years COLOR D. : ri wants 
le | Bod isper 


lege graduate. experience h ful 
- Atlantic Research Corp. vi enna Rest” 2123 Penna. “ave ne. a coLoRED— 


Experienced; with good references | o-day = hous week sale ' 
ee, | Cal or appointment xperienced, under 35 Speer ry 
H ; ; st . 


BUACKISTONE. PLORIST. 1407 i Li ~ 
~~ MEDICAL - TEC HS.” TO s4000 | excellent working con- ROA MEATION st rc ANIZATION. 5-day week. c 
PBX opr. uh. Gin. vie. gee] ditions pleasant a ere: _ interesting ‘ae NOL TH ae 
bt >> ‘ wor | 
- 7 | Beas Pinsowrk | NATIONAL SAVINGS SECRETARY 723 SHERATON BL0G.| Wi/OQmen | Sott EGE a oe ral aris or| COL: LADY —Desren ork as ‘ 
pleasant Old Co.ony Laun. | pede NW... Re 209, ME. §-2992 Well-esteblished 4 MOD real 711 14th ST. NW. business. oto Ek yee at Desi- : - Desires da} or itil. ine) $-0198.. nenieeiil 
d 682 20 "2 air pd pW van > an” on Pp. BA. & TRUST CO. estate firm needs ediately : ires an alert, intellicen r 7-091 ; . NW.-Nice twig 
—_—_-_--——- ] b a ae release secrets good erode. yo lir m ' 1 with incl. porch, 
solos wardrobe desirable tion, able to rk with com ; pub! is r- lext | to | all iy neges cole 
MORTGAGE LOAN TRAINEE— Per. ral office t roge- Aae 21 to 45 anit ad OL. ia ; B. 
man en : pO eiti pened in «grow- - du H ta a u ’ g tunity for edvance = 
CAREER POSIFIONS ing t-estabi! a fo in « PRIVATE SECRETARY th i STENOGRAPHER s salary. Emploves. ¢ trainin 
pron N i nd. DU 


| telligent gtr ing ability or| ELECTRONICS AND RESEARCH 
terestin siti ith open-| accounting and bookkeepi: -| DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION j : _| Permanent position wi ay . ' i iris 
a amiington | e olitan ier Se es) } ir eces-| Opportunity io 8 a ny y™ \ 7 , ’ ty _ shorthang x- . ‘ MA i WOME Al osets ohn. v.1¢ 2 any fs 7 — “Yor 
youn men high ar) spitaligatior inst | & any benefit © afrange in- ? ,, aLe -t ome ad J 172 coms 
ae yates So. 30 with ih et lent benefits 38-hour o tery iew call Ki, ¢- 6705, & a.m. to 300 net.: paid yecetions, Ft To train for light as Saleswork full Su eed 900 F pyis. r + jas SV 3 301 men 38 08 
ment. attractive aemearenes ne MISS O'FLINN. } “| SECY.-STENOGRAPHER r appt. 3 to 7 p. m 3- enee ots. LEX. sau eas9 coal rat nie i Rattraewratits nul _ 
wy er BERENS, REMINGTON RAND UNIVAC | young, ambitious: intelligence more te: serr.bly work. Fac- AP] © SECY~ we , OL. middle aged iristian gent: 
af you want to ¥ rk in pleasent ME > , Ext. 37 10) F more important than ,cxper janes: “CA iT L "HILL ‘Arex — 1 E Wr HORACE TEA a 
SSTOSO ESS GS MBTeeNaE Ce - iD. permanent position with estebiish- 00; youns. good stenog Book - 10 min, Al: 
ferent job with advancement ) ’ pl : ff Sa = ‘ : pes ‘oe 4 ; 
pees | 260-875. Vv. WOO ONNEL.| REAL ESTATE salesiady for estab-| ditices. DI Tait WerEIns 658 STENOGRAPH ER tory experience de ba 
Au company benefite and veca-| Pa i beaten uilding Pui’ vireiBie Foal os ate om ae 35-HR. WK sirable but ‘neces 3! e rm. mx. bath & iii 
Tce | Pull time, Must. he f.| SECRETARY to General Mer of} 5.DAY H iv ut not neces- "shower, nr. bus. Man. JA. 2-1 véwly dec. front ym. 
INL RsE—Whit e. pee tica! Excellent listings and client ] ’ - - : , wer sm Ves . 
Earnings Up to $275 Mo.) | Fe rivate rogm aired | 7 furnished. Cail Mrs. Robbins, “4 by oon “Soureterial etone. 3 "PERSONNEL SERVICE | “~~ wh k's. Jk sh ns. rive TA. 9- s087 
Full & Part-Time Openings Oo. _ | _8-$000,_ exper. age 25 to Le gisscons Congenie! surroundings in our sary. oii? G St. NW. (Est. | pi RAE 58 a Td indies. 
, se . a ion ITISH Commonwea) th Subject - 
osition’ in pediatrician’s of working conds.. 6-day, 40-Br. wk.,| Dome Co npany benefits cellent matt mi : eee ’ block bus unitimited 
M “8 4 M neley Park area. HE “| RECEPTIONIST Uiberal ® employe benefits. | salary working  cenditions. | Must be for senior secret arial Ja Tem : 
vm N 7 sh a@radu for fart her details 
M.-10 P.M xt tampa white. under 50 Typist and switchboard operator. “Eee APPLY APPLY IN PERSON FR sh Steno S400 
t aut) tariu B y . is r r 
ee er ae ee | teen oe nee One! (No felurdeys). Compe ‘emplev¢| zw IN WASHINGTON? SEB US ith & Grant lat BOYD'S, - 
feondey and Tuesday RECISTERED NURSE—Or a | sar y tarting salary slent brane 3 PEOPLES LIFE INS. CO. 8 A.M. to 4 P.M. MATURE WOMAN— White ~~ good MIN 
i. so ok ome { D's ol day wk. Begin| tion opportunity sEcY.. Iovely” a st eeee $4420 ROOM 706, 1343 HST. NW telephone. voice. Knowledge typing ih ike ERY AREING. J1 
; j os ) . ’ ij ’ : e+ee Batra ; ii > i . 
: ___! $200. "ror appt. call! bw" ¢-3992" * T Sin full $4160 BTENO-CLERK—In sales dent ot Mon, THRU FRI. Inquire Mr. Black st BOYD'S Ee anaes ate 
he Shaw-Walker Co. NS | elec. appliance Gistridutor . 700 h. cor. G sts near bu atieman. JA. 2-098 


605 131m BL. H.W TLOVBSTEMPL SERV | siloghbbitins agers ia esr weenee ST, Rave ABI “R--Cont-‘coolgulet barm. © 
STENOGRAPHERS-TYPISTS ———______,,__, —___— | 1430 9. ¥. Ave. NW. _ OY. 3-2907,| tell 44, S-2771. SOrt tie OTE ee AVON | ar wegtiomen. with TY. fed e-| cor time. Li. 4M 
Receptionist-PBX Operator SECYS. -TYPISTS custon ners. Call Mrs ‘me “an. DI lep hi V. 3-0785_ * ti Z = 
Doctors" office, typing and same STENOGRAPHERS (6) elpar, Inc. m DE| ileohoge” OV i063 | COL NW. 2 ort ra 
j ce or ; - » t , ’ + rn ’ nt ye tran am ’ " 
Excellent Job Opportunities Serienced metered: Ase ow. BY| See ABBEY First sigue UF Aaa $ min. Pent. 1 bik transp, OT. COL or Neal st. ni 
- ful : it ali- ac WwW Taf : « 5... 7 4 ve > 
—WeaTame: OPEN (ON. ye tel, . = unity for au experience neces Mite H ne siren #iLTMORE ST NW, 1 1969- 7“ dst : We SAAN ; Fa 


s ANAGER 
, size NE apart ment bidg. M be ~~ ‘ ’ } rary cmpierment: sid i gel : ; a 
Must be efficient in both typing and shorthand experienced. Salary anc apart ment Becy. 4-5 hrs. d ;_ @88n. 900 a assignments ‘no weekends or| ——, SE nek: i co Loe N's ; sUeieMint ? ST. a , 
wanted Hs Ops unit | roo vt 


mural ished, Apply “Monday and ee. jega Y p 
fro 0 ul : 7 rink ers 
Those having current or recent emproyment desired Age 1100 re 7 be Bidg.. PiSth and Bo.. . pia Mg fa reschool cae Blind AN «CAPS 
under 35. Salary commensurate with experience and ability. it tee Fer rs al off $36 ary, Call 7s 6-7716. afternoons 13] ] South Fern St : eice yas h eet i bik Pe : 
i " . — , A “7 . . 1; - a Man re od > E ot ome privis, IU. 4-4))9. 
expe! gab? a in person Hof Rece . 7 : : . ~ and. _ a _ 89400-87000 ‘Of Jeflerson Davis Hwy.) Co oth Si 2-8} CAP. Man 2 Opp Ho pase, Ofc I ROOMS TNT 26 
PERMAN ENT POSITIONS Charlie es st.. Balti- A \ V olored ph AD “T he Retr a San’ i 2 4).. BEM t (Cor. =~ Laree room, Prefer, empl. 
be wens appearing, age 25-45. to take PITOL HiLL—" windows. 4 clos- ooien - . : 
Varitypist e. Excel. publi r ington, a. yt 4 stomers |“ # _.- loinine mA 
"BARRICINI "CANDY Securities Saleswoman | positions ber call Monday” 912, "bu! te 628, 900) Sti 2 ie cms, with, adjoining beth | MOUSEREEPING ROOMS 37. 
manage! store: ") at set tely iW & lock- 10; 
5.DAY WEEK—VACATION SALES. pote f & ¥_ srs eee crit cent opign® _.raden a or as us : to $600 HELP ry To & WOMEN 17 or | : * len : it ca é 35 / + Mag $6 $1) ER 3-00 die 
HOSPITALIZATION—LIFE INSURANCE —_| fin Grnce'chnuie-eesingt, op-| Bam aR RO at RE iain. WOMAN Bes a a oat a Ell 
i ht t e ' : 1 IND NDENCE, AVE. oe. -123i— 
and PROFIT SHARING PLAN position’ 465 "wee." ABplY ao ines. Cell le F OPPO | Te: gene, ek ADAMS: TRACH:| High erace.. mature. interview BAKERY SALES riiate hom ce 66 | Sie. Line ned nial = 
onn L ave ‘ a 1 oa : public: ’ Le a .. bed kit rivis., 
, st and mo =. Be A Doaius, paid vacation: free to trev-| Apoticante 20 Se 2 with pees oe. | EM. }- Fy th — ; «sf 1456—Do 
Pleasant surroundings and working conditions e, Washing E WIVES rien, deuree Pius exper.! el, transportat! & ; mplove. discounts. free meals ‘and CREVY CHASE, D. C.. 3832 McKin- | _bi bedrm., compl, kit DU. 7- 
: : J on 5) a 0. Make a ain you as a. HOT ER EXECUTIVE POSITION | venient jocttionsss nei ne sub-| at 1 uy beslns Biss Gu ste! re 
— foe loca Open Morning posit in nearby Vir- | ar ashington.| Only $25 EM. 2-096 mi share bath: $50 mo 
App y im_ person > ‘til 3 Spring. Md local species aoe ening clove ginia sehoo!: ist- rade “euperience ‘MRS. MAUSETH, CALL NA. 8- 8510) Alexandria, ve and general D HE ASE, t) .7-8398 
—— = AN, ident of Sil 8 
" SALESWOMEN APPLY LOCAL rille R anc re- iim take or oe “orders ai} APPLY | cr Wika Do. = 
MARY LAND ELECTRON IC Permanent position for 2 wom- : op none esulting from local and) 3 3 windows, next bath. 
ao rm.: sec ria advertising. Not soliciting HH T:: p ; eit priv. pereh 
NUF | en under 45 years of age. Ex- HOT SHOPPES ore: Requires 20 to 30,4 Be outgoin fees, HO. 2-24 ae Yin nite 
MA U ACTURING CORP. perience helpful but not es- virenm i il mecellent ¢3- - en maile EMPLOYMENT OFFICE til is? Tey wk oat running we water sie 
e ; 7 ae , 
sollte. sential, 40-hour, 5-day week. rsonab if von exp. in deal. | ; i) 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE bet we ett no barrier. eAMBC.| 1341 G ST. NW. . Ont, Columtle fd.-ne..| = sate. Cuist man. 
5009 Calvert Road, College Park, Md. Excellent Company benefits for and ot or 28806 -| ne. wis 2. GR RUE git NO. 1 tas. re me a = 
| | housekeeping rms., next to 


thosé who quali 1341.G ST. N.W. enced, —— # 0 xe 
qualify. neral office work. Genera) book- CLERK— Acets. Payable and Bill- — - “Gentleman "anere| new. dec nicely turn, Mew a 


WA. 7-9200: ’ ° some typing. use adding ma-| 
| 7 es ; iL hee BX) with ence Salary oe, to $60 c chines. 8 to. $250 | Dat - 3360 _ fanires. ‘$40 & $50. or 
bead ROEBUCK 8 CO | elie. OES" 4 tin & igeararcg peptarin ofice cal Write Box M-2152, oer puite 9 . “A MATTE w.W.| Breakfast optional. co. oa \\ Continned oa Foie Pasa 


NW. 1121—Ciean. jocly furn.| SP, 2 55 to; 
sti ert ron ok ae 
vt. bath. $6 ea. up. AD _ 20033 i oF bedrms.. 


-fe.* and sec- “3140 me, 
Aeon rity Realty 
w. RA “4. JU 


attrac: 


Ove) vy} 
Home 
' DUPONT CIRCLE 


& bach 
utils. 
cfr. 


Dp. 
OO. 915 New York ave. nw. 
. bath | §-7416 


Pentgaon 
Excellent mea!) 


Le or 
A. %- 
sETOWN—Liv. 
» din 
furnished 


prpoet “TOWERS. 
home f 

hema } aa "Rens co oa738 

MADISON ST NW. 1268] 
t $55 mo Will 

” fr pot ch id TA. 9-9239 
WALTER. ‘REED vic 

edroom e 


"a: 


‘a yn 


GEORGETOWN “Vers desirable a. 
“maintained bide Liv 

kit.. dinette & bath, i38 
R st. awe. DU 


‘ A le 
' als Sun Beir. 
“Thie =_ Newly Gee s 
xt b is $126. A Ms 
sate 

» kit. batt 500 
utils 


Well furn.. 


I 28} 
’ = ‘> wt fails 
x. 1408 Mass. Ave 


Bend 


HARTNETT HALL! 2 bee el. 
1426 21st St. NW.) Xorm are oe 
EXCELLENT 


FOODS’ ROOMS! SERVICE’ Ne Universitr Floss, “and Catho-| 
AT AMAZINGLY LOW PRIC ES AOBAR NW... 17452 rooms. | 


HU. 3-5432 iW Cpe 


transp pepors. Pvt. ent 
CLUB MASON 
New Hamp. Ave. NW 


ne a ciud resi dence 
if : 


Se A 
<i, 


ri 
oe m 
: gis New) 

#741 
—Dup! ox 


“none 


’ om —Iist fir: 3 lige 
porch. ene) lge. Gerve! 
compl. kit.: cool and clean 

a Also 

shower 


in 


,? 


—— 
CHILDREN BOARDED 
ee 2 aa? Senge 
Cr 

child mM 
pickup ar ‘and 1 Sel 


teleph 
ss meal! Virgin ia home Box M. 256. 
os:-TH 


CHILD CARE 
ARLINGTON. —De 7 


Have t.. 


“ —Liv 
care nd ae ark 


* Best red ferences 2 yrs. up — 


wether 


NW., 1863 
] 1 good clientele; 
be seen after 6 p. m. or weekepads. 
ae rms. 
’ 


‘3 3ehr mS 


Large yard 
Bay ¢ 


delive 


bi t 
bed ki 
r ivis 
st. nw 
it. 
uit 


CA Sie? 3-6. Pickup and! 

r Lore s.1Gdes, swings. | Ant 

$i2 _ A. . 46 ’ . 

SIWERDALE bi NURSERY — Day 
. ip to \eamezie yard, | 


util, turn n.: Is aundry 

Cia “PLEASANT —sa10 1 i7t 
urn. liv. r bedrm.. 
bai 5. f-- rch transp 


m.. 
Exce) 
2 or 3 adults. 8110 


CO. 5- 
MT. RA a “Duplex, 25t Tivine 
rm po 


bdr 
yard elses. All sy ‘inel., ory) 
WA. 7-8134. 
NW .—Convenient wire 
entrance att’ pon hb 


NEW aM 
a aults TU ©. oes 
Pe | 


Delafield 
PULL TIME care 
country oe ane 


fo 
. 
Vi 


children im 
Palls Church vrs 


emp). | 
sew Wasi. AVE. | 
ef! apt 


od 
$70 


new stove 

: ime switchdoerd 
Phone Manassas | -328 
[ “LICENSED 


rine cafe to your | 
Licensed home. | 

J - = 
CONVALESCENT HOMES 32. 
ACANCY in ueens d nursing home: 
eldertiy me wome 24-hour 
nursine good food Call JO. &- 9303 | 


: ieliy 
bath poret 
ce ] 


and open 


nicely furn cony “TADSP. 
ea! 


4 ; 
$110 mo. CO “3-353 —~ 


a1). i 


_person 


-bed comb. kit. 
o drk'rs. sm'k' rs. 


Cita Missouri ave. nw. Liv. 
ee es 
APTS.., ITT i 


ae ae aie cae badren, 
A ST. N.E.. cena rm. ae 
790 , 
Ait RD NW. 2683 . 
2 ea 
‘at ities. Adults. 
bedrms 


flo 
private beth: 


a 
quiet residential! 
390 

Oo! 


> } 
ties, DE j 

tee FARKTATRE AX — 
. - , 
‘\WERSTER + il 
ba fir. Vic Providence. Wai. 
eed Catholic U. Ҥ-506) 
LEY PL. NW.. 2733—3 rms 
oth. Is . 


rooms, a)! 
goons bus Ac- 
RA. 93-0782 


nr 
hil 


rm 
pmen at and furniture. 
ine! 2» 


Vol anc : - 
a, = - bath 
ANACOSTIA ae “xi bedrm ce rt ] cheat e 


cond ‘e ine 
SE. oy! 


St “Apt 
BNACOBTIA 


he furn ; 
sth U_ 4-8754.| all new e 
233 ‘ 


recdec 
ism 


cely 


:>_ and floor. at ms.. 
mt ; 


=H 
n., 


pvt 


“oer. 
kit. 


— x 
ic ec vic “Bsmt 
Ll rm., 
and Pt. Myer: | 
com prt atir 
if: ige Jase: $85 mo.. 
pom utils JA. 8-35 %4 te 
o Cho: ce 2 bedrooms, 2 
bus at door: pear at 
Yenient to Pentag on; 


lear Ari. Hall 


apt 


. 5416-2 rms 
bath, utils $65 NO 


isTH NW.—Liv -bedrm.. kit. pvt. 
giD. utils: cony.; $65 -AD 2- “5439, 
iz ST. NW 5310 rooms 
kitchenette, bath ; empl. couple; no 
dr 


laTH 
| bedrm 
orch. 
fern 
or} 


rr 
Also . leeping rm. A 
furn aTH ST. NW... 


bat th. screened 


it 
ee $82 50 


din.. 
Bi, furn apt 


—_—_ + 
sPacious apt 
and decorated 
feneuel own manner 


tile, available 


charming. 
furn 


kit. $50 
APT 
nicely furn.: 
oth Pe. se 
I. 7-015 


: phy bed, "mel. 

JA. 2-0721 

din., kit.. bath 
71-9804. JA. 2-1890.| 
AREA. 2- bedrm. dupiex- 


bidg.. 
2 
3-0190 or Pp 
Andrews Gield 
bedrm 


3 


Cony. $ a> 
BOLLING 
Sta. 
21- in. TV: nice ae location ; rane 0 
plus util JO. 2-8183 bet. 6 and 

| 2 Pm, 
2-, 3-BEDRM. APTS. 

| HOUSE TYPE 

%| Completely Furnished 
JEFFERSON VILLAGE 


|1734 ARL. BLVD. PALLS CHURCH 
DAILY § TOS SUN 12°TO 6 


JE. 2-5500 


: til] ntal 

‘BE JO. 2-42 
UCHANAN ST. NW. 
rms Vv 
ted. “RA 
10re- Redec 


ldrer _acce! 


_ rm- 
ye $70 erd $89.50. 
to 6 p.m 


_ NW. 
oks* bath: 
. Wo. 6- 
furn. and 
709 8th 
W. & NE.—Newly 

1 rm $50 mo 
and bath ist fi. $65 

| mo All util 


‘Air-Cond. = wy Apts. 
GELMARC 
TOWERS 


1930 COLUMBIA RD. NW. 

1 rm.. kit. and bath with dressine 
furnishe lso 
pooutifally ay 

YATT. RES. 


GELMAN oot bids, 
vestment &. 
HIPLEY PARK 
1- AND 2-BEDRM. APTS. 
min. to dewntown Washington. 
Attrectively furn. and  redec. 
(LARGE ROOMS) picture 
dows, ample closet space; 
facil: conv. t 
ehurches and shop. center. 
4, t. se. 


"$63. ~2 lee rms.: kit.; 
tils 


CALVERT St. NW., 1855 


“ Shoreham Hote Effic or 1) 
rm rz pide sae janitor, | 
[ mile 
40 utils i.) UD 
Gr t. se JO. '8- 8118 


wi? furn 
rivis S L2 
. ALL —625 N 
ay : 


ished apts. 
6-6670. 10 ™ 
1762 Colnbia 
2 bedrms. liv rm 
penis dec. and furn.; 


4) 
pow ah Shel 5-65. 
: i oe ’ 


» Gin., kit., 


] liv. 7 
bath- LI 3-2526 
CAPITOL | WILL =e Well- furn : fv 
4. inett kitchen tile | 
“a $s BO. 8-8964 
CAPITOL HILL, 212 STH sT 
Y hee ant.. $65 mo. 


APTS. N. 
ko “well ure 


re 


Ts., 4: ‘ Vater ave. | 
£85 
ats: 43 


NE 
Empl. | 
7 
| 
: 


, ©on 
MBIA RD. NW. 
2 bedrms.: homelike: 
Gentlemen or 
BIA BD. AREA—Nicely furn.! 
kit.. din.< bath. sun pore 
 YMMAC clean 1 bik car line 
/ ll . 


N 


ine) 


w ve * 
kitchenette! ete 


$52. 
furn.. AT 
“7m. 


ot Es rm., co 
porch on ae 
890-8100. LHK. 360. AS "3-9296.| 
‘Sieg. 


a 


<a 


ie 


|/DUPONT CIRCLE—1264 New Bamp- 
v w.: apt. 2; 


elor apt. evel. tm- 


| joins ho 


Furnished 
All| MGR., CO 


mo.-incl. utils. | 


BELLEVUE 
pfctl’ 


1-PARE ZONE 
4688 NICHOLS AVE. SW. 


1 Bedrm., Unfurn.... 
1 Bedrm., Furn 


2 Bedrms., Unfurn. 
(PLUS UTILITIES) 
Com letely modern: Jerse 


ecious } groun 
diamond for" nit rou ands 


PHONE JO. 1-2700 
Open Daily, 9 to 6 P. M. 
Sunday, 


SHIRLEY DUKE 
APARTMENTS 
4613 DUKE ST. 
we eat VA. 
. 8-5100 


HOTEL 2400. 


am at 


34/A 


$65 up 
$88 up | “Wittamsbure 
$76.50) 


groeetas | 
cults. 


] to 6 P. M “a 


— ee 


An Address of Distinction | 


2400 16th St. NW. 


BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED 
SPACIOUS APARTMENTS 


2 bedrooms large closets 


I inen 


1 and 

dally maid a. 

pan d in 
ocktal! 

tei 


Call Mr. Harnett, Gen. Mor. 
CO. 5-7200 


| AIR-CONDITIONED. ¢ Conn & ® 
NW. Studio «6 email 

| a 5 | Eee Bits in 

/ unit I 
ts 

/ ATE GCCUPANCY — 

pypeeee Suraishes lean 1 

2-bedrm in mesern LARCH 
ONT Gardens. nearby Ariington: 
aree rooms. apecious lawns. ree 

ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 

MAO UNFURNISHED APTS 
RES. MOR... JA. 17-0300 


LARCHMONT GARDENS 


un. CORN AVE.” PAER PARKING 

ew EFFICRENCY—$110 
1-BEDRM.—$135 
2-BEDRM.—$165 

2411 20th St. NW. 


MOR. OFFICE APT... 


1 ROOM, kit. and beth 
ing ae - beautifully 

| Aiso i-bdedroom apt 
HYA 


furnished 
autil 


Vermont ave 
jane; 
. bedrm., 
garage 
it; emplored 


s rm 
utils 
if ee e 


OUR he pte ARD 
Attractivelr 
apt. bide 

near 
875-898 
s5 


ROCK yy 
NR CBE re ft her” PA 
EFFICIENCY—$1 | 
1-BEDRM.—$135 
2-BEDRM.—$ 165 
2411 20th St. NW. 


ge OFFICE, APT. 3 
lA UPANCY 


E56 BUS SERVICE 
m 1l- end 32-bedrm 
Polling. Andrews and 
ec. . 690 te $120; all wtill- 
ties included 
ALSO UNFURNISHED APTS. 
CHESAPEAKE TERRACE 
4242 4 t JO. 232-9776 


“ BYNDICA 


DONNA LEE 


Newly 
Furnished & Unfurnished 
—BUS SCHOOLS. SHOP. 

—CLOSETS GALORE 
—ZOUNDPROOF. FIRE- 


-— CHILDREN AND FETS 
WELCOME 


~~ "“TOPS” IN EVERY CON- 
VENIENCE 


se 
SO MP TSO 


5 
apt, Bachelor. l or 2 RA | a i 
368 “1 (eee: iP. 
a ; lete 


COLORED—> rooms. sitehen 


—Com - 
$¥2 
2 


redec No children 
s wti 6 U ~416 


L.— Ontario P. 2 rms. 
kitehen id, fer couple, 
—a AY 

3 rms. pvt. for 
sober le.; no children. pvt. bath 
ras. 875 incl. utils 
- & kh 


einer} pom. 
. 2 rms. 
“7 apt. for ecple 
men 


, Be 
1-bedrm 
with no children or 1 or 2 


furn. and dec. apt 2 
it.. bath. TU. 32-0744 


I 


Newly 


or rooms 


94) 


—I18 aro.ina 
8. FPurn...apt. for couple 
-J0e7 Ll. 2-6810. aren tl 
—Atir. furs. apis. NE 
and A $e te $72 , [aquire 
t 367 


9 enstitution 
;~Bitic. ae l roo , 
+4 fur 865 = “gnc. 


Ave 
bath 


utils 


nw. -* 
rm. ” git ~and- bath. emt. api. for 


ce ence ws “a 


is et. nW rms 
kit.. bath; empl. persons. RA 
6-6792. 

onv , jocation. 1 
rm it. share bath. $55 mo 


Agulta—D iE. 2-6399, 
« 130 meoperd 


others Coli Becks rou! 
hs. . $52 


or . age 
to ahare house with 2 


— te share 
$ olbers. Reason- 


AREA fim. 


kh. ‘WA 
ae WA. T9903 to 
with one other. 


mod. home 
age 
. Ut 


share nice apt 
£437 _ 4- 


oe re. Ob., oo mee eae 
w, becs 
wan: 24 to "*' ible mer ft 
well- furnished. sr-oena tence 
apartmen 
R. 8... Anpa- 


Fr 
oo mo. ME. 8-5767 Bat... 


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a. 

t. with manure share Tee. 
rms... siry. ee ge "Exe. 

Div ide 8. 


ts ant ppone 


apt; mear 


% 


= ce me 
dining room. | 
feunee. ‘private > ad- 


ens. "Te 6 > mm 2014 Kaic- 
ard 


reationa! and playground facilities | 
a t. at Columbia Pike 
OCK CREEK 


with dress- 


fully 
RES 


very | 
kit.. | 


you'll | 


furnistred | 
b-shower 
large | 


Fic ' 
Parking space: reas. monthly rates. | 
2414 14th St. NW AD. 4-236) | 


6. G 


rm 
Wii | 


NW 
work! ng. 


1-BEDROOM APT., 


Z| 


ep =| 18 MINUTE WALK DOWNTOWN STREAMLINED KITCHENS 


MOUSES TO SHARE 38) APTS. did dcabad tal 36) 


tehen 
per 


ive’ ng 


, Ss. . 


ciency ON— Lae 
rm... beth. full ite en. 
igerater , qu 


aA ants food, rey? 


shone. Unan 
All home etieileges. Bu 


betw 4-77, snare 1 bed- 
apt. - belie Chureh Call ve 


L.—BE!f!., $67.50. i br 
r.. $87.50-8100 4, mio 
16th N. Apt. 4. JA. 7-5606-JA. 2- 
sETugsDs _— 4203 Wellington Dr 
L kit: newly 


710 
721 


AE 
Hrattsville 


gir ar 
apt. with one “Saher. 
7-3682. 


will 


share wetl-appetnses 
Colonial home nd 
near Lg gt Cir. 
it, 2 agults. Box 229._ t-TH 
| WANTED—Oir to 
W. apt. with 1 aner 
Walter Reed_ vi 
WILL take care of sma 
snare nicely furn. ap 
| eouple or widow 
COL. girl to share 
ie 
s 


grounds 


-veey spacious 
i? reas BOLLING Fi ELD 
° BEDROOM s 
Br 28> 50 


we 
UTIL § he INC I es 
attract an wit 
. t Ses 
trees rer-ton ’ 


- & UP 

ul ehild and oP 
AL! 

Large 

ious 


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mod ym 
¢ 
| 


‘APTS., UNFURNISHED 
| ALEXANDRIA 


BELLE VIEW 


® BEACTIFUL MT. VERNON! 
LY SWIMMIYGO PA ae oLay. 


SC 
| GROUNDS. COMPLETE SHOP. 
FING CENTER ALL ON PREM-/ 


mile south of 
rom downtowr 
main Navy and 
Belvoir 


girl newly furn < 
644 Chesapeake | st 36 1-1610 


CLAREMONT 
LOCATION— VALUE 
2 BR., $89.50 


All Utth Except Eiec.) 


. 


36 


(Incl 
mocern 
nd and 


ols 


decorated ants 
jaun 
acjacent 
nreaecon Navy 
ington bus 
Incuire 
apartment 


Newly 


20 min 
Dd ¢ entagcon 
10 min. to Fort 


Alea.: 


on ‘spacious 
b area with 
eqnven =~ ott- “street 
lowe including 

above features ‘2 ont ire area 


BEDRM APT FS 
BEDRM. APT yy -$'9 


}-+BEORM APT 50 
ALL dat | hae € tect v DED 
PURN. APTS AIL 


atmosphere 
country cia 


Resort 
WALTER 


fort King 
TON 


WEEKDAYS °-8 
| BETHESDA PLMORE 
| me telbren and 
Bt oe bat 
\ ia ist 


REED DR, 
SA 2-5003 


SUNDAY 
LANE 


ARLING 


1- 
5. 


lie rm 


, 
aa 


pa Ate! FIELD “AREA 
128 WAYNE Pi! 

1 Bedrm.—$69 50 uP 

Oe All TILri 

ty» +4 ie 

WAYNE fERbact “APTS. 
CALL ANY TIME 

JORDAN. Res Mag: 72 

+ ae 

b — « ne 

NA 2. » al) 377 

CHILL M a ae 


In 


sec 
ha ow? 


Rental Office. 401 Belleview 8 ve 
day . 


kit 

spepe, 
Na‘ 

rul. modern. 


rere 


MINYESOTA AVE. Se 
r i l-kent 
Ine 4 


rm™ 
dinette, bath. newly dec 
tr a 


wis 2-1 
an 


Minn 


a’ - 


ANACOSTIA 
2310 16TH ST. SE. 


Lovells corner 1 

apts sevalliadie in 
develooment facing park. A 
err conveniences } 


2 
preaktast sr. idi 
hee V Eherican 
8-8725 of uA. 1800 


COLLEGE PARK 
4° RT 
}- Bedrm. ‘Apt 


-~ 


s. utt LUDED 
&-4460 Eve: arge . 
ARLINGTON ‘to shops 
eel alte AND a” Neal 
ti ONE. and WO-bed.- 

N Pal tard : 

schools and trens 

- 


MRS SU OLEY AP 
CONN. AVE. APT 


remedes ec and pedecorates: 
vir n 


rare fad 
RES MOR 


1° 
274 {ath st 


Apt io. % it LU cHs 
D3. NA_ N) 

LING TON 

PARK- BEDFORD 

1 BEDROOM—$/75 


Attractive corner. ist floor: ample 
arking: convenient to D. C Pt 
River and agencies Apply 
’ ford st 2 -6699 

os 
NA. 8-0580 


Colonial Village 


oT ‘ 
1901¢ 


new)y 
inet 


decor 
; ; te. bat i 
iso effic and bache 


RE ; eiieale 
Bt CONT F CIRCLE "AREA tr 
: b) ig bedrms 
“A “n ant 
h sos 


ryTr 
Di 


iv 
c] osets. 
. 


fittes in rm.. din ki 
18th , 8) 25 wi 

er SANDOZ. 
3-44 


bony 


EM. 


INC 


% ae cetter. 

tall rony 
Adults. $73 
office hours 


ARLINGTON | 


1303 N. PIERCE ST. 
1 BEDRM.—$75 


INCLUDING UTILITIES 


TED LARGE 
CONV ENIENT 
10 
c 
to 


FAIRVIEW 
UNIVERSITY 


15th Ave. Lanolev 


Park 


‘LY DECORA 
IN QUIET, 
ON AR FT 12 to 
MAN 
HE. 4-2073 
on 


Res. 
bal 


mer. JA. '-0080. 


aes. co 
ST. 3-3300 
ARLINGTON 
Swimming Pool Privileges 


2-bedroom apt. 540 |! Thomas 
vith easy waiking distance 


GEORGETOWN — Very at 
bed rm - 

] mi 

KENST 
bed 

apt. 
fan 


“=ith * , &. . 


Beak 
or 


14t . ne 


Glen Manor Gardens 


3 BEDROOMS—1’2 BATHS 
$133.50 MONTH 


INCLUDES HEAT. HOT WATER AND GAS 
MOVE IN AT ONCE 
ee Air-Conditioned 


laundry facilities priv FIRST FLOOR 


See Guy, 
Phone JU. 8-1297 


SILVER SPRING TO FOREST 
». RIGHT BLOCK 


achoe 
ficient janitor 


Mrs 2512 Holman Ave. * 


GLEN RD. LEFT 
TO GLEN MANOR 


GRORGIA AVF. PAST 
ON FOREST GLEN TO HALE P! 


, 
+ 


| GOOD HOPE HILLS | 


ary | 


$84.50 | 


IH. L. RUST COMPANY) s zs, 
8: 95 


} 


| 
UNIVERSITY CITY APARTMENTS | 


1] Bedroom $71.80 
2 Bedrooms . $82.00 


ALL UTILITIES INCLUDE&D 
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 


GEORGETOWN 


In All Its Traditional Charm 


2512 QUE ST. N.W. 


Overlooking Rock Creek Park 


PREVUE SHOWING: 


NEW AND MODERN 
COMPLETELY AIR-CONDITIONED 


EFFICIENCY $89.50 Up 
$129.50 Up 
2-BEDROOM APT., $195 up 


MODERN AUTOMATIC ELEV —LAUNDRY AND STORAGE FACILITIES 
ALL MODERN APPOINTMENTS—RENTAL INCLUDES UTILITIES 


IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 


OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 
NOON TO 6 P.M, 


é 


- ar 


UNFURNISHED 36 APTS., ald dela 36 


ors —2 rooms. ares arse hichen. tub 
é-unit t building. 


yee psbaded. a 

and restful 870 

| slytins utilities. To inspect. pad 
Lindsay. 


APTS. 
~ave—2 
VIC. NAYLOR RD. & STH & 


he 


| TAK. PR Adults. "Rose ati) 
inch. JU. 5-2133 ce 
TAKOMA PARK 


lie 


an 
lation. co 
portation. shopping facilities 


Modern 3-bedrm. apt 
aduits and children over 


2700 oons oT soe. APT. 1 


MT oo = — Varnu um » Bt 
Beautiful apt. in modern. detached | 
| sd . kitchen, dbeth-+ 
$49 50. Call Res 

appointment 


} bide 
phe sping and transe.; perkin 


suitable for TAKOMA PARK—6802 Red Top Rd. | 
l-bedrm. terrace apt 


' 


34...3 bilks. > 
“gutside eg od 


CmuLDRESA 8 
‘meets + fe ang co 
os 2n shit rm 


3% 


” FRANC 1s RAN TER 
“i 


if ap' 0 hen 
Heat. |g . ., - 17 
OXON PARK 


| OXON TERRACE, MD 


One. BEDROOM 870 2 bedrooms 
Includes utilit ies and park- 
pd ’ 


14th 
—Available 
meciate ly; $75; 
ency. $60 Large rooms 
-board service. off-street 
aval Bee res. mer. on 

or call SHANNON & LU 

, bh at wi 


tr An 

Navy Piavare 
and 

eonree cn 

ss aa 


bath, and po: ch. 


' weekdays dat. oes 19 
pti »D a N 


‘=i 1 } 

mOONES & ‘MONTGOMERY INC ki tehen and ba’ h: 
PLEASANT HILLS—GARDEN TYPE ineinera- 
112 Webster st. ne ; m 

rn Ginette-ki* bath 
_inc] utils. Open U 
ROC KVILLE—RBearm 
nette. kitcher b 


per mo 
sen ita tor on LINKINS | 
PARRAGUT 7L. NW... 84—1 bed- 


= newly dec mod. cheerful 
kit 
-3152 T 

wu 


ear nr. shops, transp TA. 9- 628s 
s| SHIPLEY DARK 


aie NW. 1380 
au. 2 -bearm 
$1) 0: Cpi 
DESIRABLE SE LOCATION NW oR Ge ious bemt, ont 
? res 4-117 21 
Bedrm , from $68 30 NW — 4 re and 
2-Bedrms., from $80.00 h. 875 per_m r dit 


so u ded 
‘UTILITIES INCLUDED: "LINKING CO. 
Large rooms, pastel decor. picture ie -868 
windows ample ciosets. storage : D 
aun. facils.: bus stop in prey Mpeg dat fos oT. a 7 - 10] a 
bab hy schools eres. i" “i P che en and bath 
ftice on Premis fenced yard 


2TH ST. SE. 


2-0135 
bedrm - 
xg mocnine 


53 
premises 
RR 


‘Me Uudel’ 
SP.—4)1 
ba’ ga’ 


bide 


ki 


750 
janitor 


rms 
Conv 


tt 2 
1» 

rR “SPRING. 
tte = sf own wast 

’ perat hs ou 
parki ne c 

D master TV antenna. 
r exterminator service ; 


WD .—Nes« 
ef: $115 A 


“J665—Bed- 
= ~ bath 

qd — 35 as utils 
DisMER, AUXIER CO. 05 a ST 
rt ive. ww he36—Entire 3d TT 
é p+ aaa Ad entr -3o) stove. Onc 
. it, Sie 


$47 50 per mo 
: H &sT 


wot BROOKE _ ot. Pa 


. " $€D 


jae 
ree- 
1 8 


VER SPRING. DISMER, “AU 1 aT 
plex acuits pr 


44 s*ti« in : 
JU. 88-5106; home 


+ oe. NW. 3/5) 
$74.50-$79 50 


livi ne poems © eg 
ses 


$é > 50 | to $47 50 


separate kitchen. 


on 
Mt. Pleasant 
1-Bedrm. Apt 


bide. | 


‘ser JANITOR ON PREMISES 

“ as NW. 46) j -bedrm 
is 

“AU XIER ‘co 


i 


, 
: 


TAKOMA PARK 
ive 1-bedrm 
nsets mod 
and freeszer-tc 
auto laundr 


"an om ‘el _ 


| 


refri 
. an 


5 
$65 and uP door 


DISMER 
W 


util. Jan. will sho 
ST.. 52710, at * 
-pearm. apt 
storage vouset 
q 8-1265 


“\WHEATON ate Pati 
MANOR cluded "901 
APARTMENTS 


BEITZEL! I. 
BAKWOOD ST 
EAST or GRORGIA ave AT 
OLD BLADENESEU _ 5 


9 
. 
Bea: BOLI NG P! 
‘WHEATON. M 
NEW, MODERN 


| Mr. Gill or ca) or 
PA. AVE. & 15TH SE. | 
BUILDING FEATURING 
Laree R ome and Dinettes 


beautiful 3-rm. apt. | 
Be: 


st be seen te ap- 
all Re 

CLOSE TO PUBLIC AND 

PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS 


2 Bedrms . Liv Rm Din ‘ 
Kitchen and Bath, $98.00 
Per Mo., Includ. Utilities 


Rest dent Manager on Premises 
310 Blueridge 


"TRACY co. 
PORTLAND &T. &E.. 
, hecrm ap’ 


ow 


HU, 3-6661 | 


AAR 
, Rey 


floor 
54) 


ist 
at 


aboppins a& trans 
4 
—_—, Fed | 


- 
; 


s%9 e a 


sos * BT 
mice itth & PA 


gent rooms in 
: aa ‘anadern bath- 


$72. 
DisMen at Kr ER ‘CO. 
nw 


utils 


T 
Di. 7-2434 DI 
1001 Nw 7 


_ 15th 


_NA 


BRENTWOOD VILLAGE 
1311 RHODE ISLAND AVE. N.E. 
GARDEN APARTMENTS 
AVAILABLE 


20 Minutes to 
Direct Single Fare Route 
1 BEDROOM ..FROM $62.50 
2 BEDROOMS .FROM $82.50 
3 BEDROOMS FROM $100 


decorated, cross ventilation laundry, 
near 


8. 8100 


Downtown 


Newly ample closets, 


st ties and parquet fioors Play areas, 


shopping center and theater. 
Open Monday thru Friday ‘til 8; Saturday, 9-6; Sunday, 


DE. 2-3202 


MARYLAND'S 


race tac 


schoc cnurches, 


10-5 


mo 
- ist 


| 7H WASHINGTON POST \and TIMES HERALD 
oe _ Sunday, April 29, 1956 D7 


ron UNFURNISHED 36 3 g 00 0 


> 1619. Apt. i. rm. 

rm... “dinette. a bath: front 
Daily 
Circulation 


tv 
and back entrances; $77.50. plus 


me rm 
ell new equipment 2.50 
incl. wtils Mrs J 
H ‘ 
rm kit 
decor... thew 


redec.. $7 


ee Chism 


5 
dinette, bath. ‘newly 
it equipment oS Ee 


means quicker sales results 
for and 
Times Herald classified ad- 
To place your ad 


kitchen, "96s | Washington Post 


mth 


semi- me bath, 
6-7 
ST. NW... 3625— ICTENCY 
APT. | ch CONDITION D $68 50 
mo. Utilities included $s ian me 


= ms vert . 
7TH & COLUMBIA. wwe 
0 ; liv 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


APTS., UNFURNISHED 36 
#70, s6| Air-Cond. De Luxe Apts. 


; r) 
= } gach withi 
oom and secreen'! 
toundre space end) 
asement Call Mr 
nna... Tc! TOWERS 


1930 COLUMBIA RD. NW 
i bedroom, livi living rm, tet 1 


___1100 INVESTMENT BL 
Wiltshire Parkway 
3701 CONN. AVE. 
AIR CONDITIONED 


NOW AVAILABLE 


/ 


2 woerens.. Or a jon rm.. liv. rm 

kit and ath. newly dec 

$98 Ome Call CO 5-7730 wkdays 

P STs. &.f. Modern ager: 
pment 


—3 rms, kit..| 


fir 

ie Se fore. 

= UTIFUL Loney 
ELEVATORS 

1-BDRM. APT.—$79.50 

2-BDRM. APT.—$112 50 


an bt OF PARKING SPACE 
ne r ox : 


ty 
bath. 


NEW. 


apari ment 


livt 
ox? 


cr rr 


Laree efficiency 
20213 


r x 
large ¢) loset 


FURNISH 
ALL ‘OT ITlES IN 


24-hr. secretarial service. laundry 


room. sur eck arage avallabie, 
RES. MGR M. 23-2800. 


aj Naylor Gardens 


..$74 & $77.50 
$88 & $92 
$106 


ED 
UDED 


Takoma Par rk 


200 oR TTOR PL CE. 
VY ys to Nichols Ave 
1-dedroom former 


immed! 


persia new buildin ng 
ROOM 


$72 50 ' Bedroom 
ee | * fC 

YF us ‘a8 BROS "432 Bedroom 
sth BLD __NA, 8-0580 3 Bedroom 

UTILITIES INCLUDED 
22] Miss. pa SE. Newly _ eeeserase®, f all sis, ! — 
decorated 
ting of } hedcr 


. a) 
x 
ed 


Apply nee. JO 


_)019. 


thin walkin 
shopping 


rms wi 
schoo!s theater. 
tchen poe ba 3 
rent 
month Con’ enie: nt 
tr 


2725 30th ST. SE. 
LU. 2-6100 


BARGAIN’ 
NA. 8-#100 | 2 AND 3 BEDROOMS 


2000 16TH ST. N 
Lares rooms high cellings 


RIMENT DEVEL. ee Prigidaires; 
ER MEMORIAL OR AD 4-4285._— 


Ja VD. PACING THE “IWO Jima| 186 Chesapeake St. SW. 
Ses 1 BEDROOM, $62.50 


ARLINGTON so,ihetp, os 
TOWERS 


other areas: shopping and transp. 
To 


1001 15th St. NW 
pa: WASHINGTON AnEa & LARG- | 
ST ELEVATOR TYPE AIR-CON- 008-97. 


y 


nearby ae ly ms mer. Apt 
ifrPUsS BROS 


3019 18th _NA. 8-0586, 


_NW 


ON THE WATER 

SWIMMING POOL 

YACHT HARBOR 
BEAUTIFUL GROUNDS 


* HUNTING 
TOWERS 


ON MT. VERNON BLVD. 
AT HUNTING CREEK 


DOWNTOWN 
MINUTES ?) 
MINUTES | 

VI ; 


MINUTES 
we ASHINGTON 


. children’s ‘pay bark, par- 
floors bull = 


rs 
landsca De es: 


ouse and offices ava! 
EFFICIENCIES—$80-$92.50 
IMMED. OCCUP. AT $87.50 
1-BEDRM.—$102.50-$145 
MMED. OCCUP. AT $112.50 
DAY AND EVENING ALEXANDRIA 
INSPECTION = oe 
JAckson 5-5500 'Efficiencies—$75 to $95 
PRESIDENTIAL Be nd 


LIVING ROOMS 20x12 FT 
LARGER AND EXCELLENT 


LOBE 
UTILITIES INCLUDED. 


FURN. PLAN AVAILABLE 
ODEL APARTMENTS 


KING 8-8484 


. mi ney ples 
or dowr own DF 
' to shop 
ul rmished or 
compietely equip 4 


» ave and 
alex Va. "biene TE. | 


BEAUTIFUL 
ROCK CREEK GARDENS 


In Montgomery County, Md., on the District Line 
and Near Rock Creek Park 


i eee 


New modern elemen- Service to a) 
tary school in the de- town areas by notte 
velopment Pine high Transit tuses Also 
schools In the immedi- fast local bus service 

Pree school 
service nursery 
achool on premises 


1-BEDROOM APTS, 
2-BEDROOM APTS. 
RENTS INCLUDE ALL UTILITIES 
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED APTS, 


playground for 


SCHOOLS SHOPPING 


Complete shopping 
center in the develop- 
ment, minutes away 
from major shoppin 
areas: churches of « 
denominations nearby. 


ome are iarge with ampie cioset apace, 
ehildren, wide lawn areas for safe pia; 


CALL JU. 5-4030 
Rental Office on Premises 
AT 8327 GRUBB RD... SILVER SPRING. MD 
OPEN SATURDAYS, WEEKDAYS, 9 “TIL § 


Directions: Out 14th et. to East-Wee* hey. left te Grubb 
rd and left to office: or out Conn. ave., right te East-Wes- 
hwy. to Grubb rd., right to office 


MANAGING AGENTS 


Eig & McKeever 


OST PROGRESSIVE COMMUNITY 


LANGLEY PARK 
APARTMENTS 


OUT NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE. 2 BLOCKS NORTH 
OF UNIVERSITY LANE ON RIGHT 


1 BEDROOM, $73.50 


2 BEDROOMS FROM $83.00 


Urilit Included 


TWO LARGE SHOPPING CENTERS AND NEW LANSBURGH'S 
DEPT. STORE GRADE SCHOO'S AND BUS ON PROJECT 

APTS. NEWLY, DECORATED FURNISHED SAMPLE APT. 
FOR YOUR INSPECTION 


es 


OPEN 


to? PM—Sun. 1 te 7 PM 
OFFICES 


8201 New Hampshire Avenue 
1402 University Lane 


HE. 4-3200 


SMITHY 
_3-3500 


Deily 9 AM 


a ¢. 


2 BEDROOMS "= 81.50 


FOR FREE DESCRIPTIVE BROCHURE WRITE OR CALL AP. 17-7418 


Living Is Easier and Less Expensive 


NEW 


AIR CONDITIONED 
OAKTON APARTMENTS 


NOW RENTING 
1 Bedroom Apartments ..........$ 92.00 
2 Bedroom Apartments ..........$112.50 
3 Bedroom. Apartments ..........$127.50 
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED IN RENT 
MODEL APARTMENT OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY 
“REEL SO Bad 
Out we ea ay 
Potties on left 


ay bt 
Langley Park 
I 1 bBieck to , el 


Magazine Realty Co., Inc. 


WOODWARD BUILDING ME. 8-6055 


evenue extended 1 mile 
Pou Street, right on Fox 


“BEST BUY IN TOWN” 


WEST HYATTSVILLE 


KIRKWOOD APARTMENTS 


Walking distance to 2 shopping centers, al! schools and 
churches. Bus service to downtown D. C., Walter Reed 
Hospital, ERCO, and Bethesda Naval Hospital. Picnic 


groves with cook-our stoves. 


BEDROOM .. 
Living Room, 20x12 Ft. 
Bedroom 13x12 Ft. 


(Includes All Utilities) 
Furnished Sample Apartment on Display 
RENTAL OFFICE ON PREMISES: 2731 NICHOLSON BT. 
OPEN DAILY-SUNDAY ‘TIL 8 P.M. 


DIR: From D. €—Out Michigan sve. ‘Queens Chapel! rd}. 
jeft at Ager rd... to project. Or out Riggs rd. te Ager rd. right te 


BE BUDGET WISE 
COMPARE 
SEE 


GREGORY ESTATES 


APARTMENTS COMPLETELY REDECORATED 


1 BEDROOM, LIVING ROOM, DINETTE, 
KITCHEN AND BATH 


$65.00 UP 


2 BEDROOMS, LIVING ROOM, 
KITCHEN AND BATH 


$75.00 UP 


ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 


1 block te public school 
bus transportation at your door 
playground areas 
laundry facilities 
off-street parking 


Fo GPE: Pie ESE PAS we TA 


project. Or, out New Hampehire ave. right on Ager te project. 


Continued —\ Feliewing Pace. 


9, 1956 


a WASHINGTON POST and 
8 


Sunday, April 2 


412,000 
Sunday 
Circulation 

Means quicker sai es result 
for Washington Post and 
Times Herald clas tied ad. 


Vertisers. To Place your ad 
for Sunday 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


APTS. UNFURNISHED 36 


Meurilee 
S3rd& DEFENSE 
NEWLY DECOR 
Bedroom from 
2 Bedrooms from 
| ALL UTILITIES In 
LARGE + RGS 
ATION & 


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po HURCHES, 


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FURN. & IRN 


JA. 5-7336 


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Dai ¥ Hour 


Saturday 


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APTS. UNFURNISHED 


Apts. 

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Apt. B-i, JO. 3"4 


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SHOP.- 
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SUBURBAN 


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NW 


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2725 29th ST N'W. 


7.9080 | y 
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TYLER GARD DENS Ron 


Day He MER “tt 


\APTS., UNFY ISHED 


Wheeler Terrace, 
1217 eee AVE. 
1-BEDRM. 
| 2-BEDRM. 
plilities included 


Diay 
incinerator 


36 


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yard: tan 


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wt PAR 


VENT 


“MAY. 


2 AN Att 
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FEAT IRING 


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$102.50 
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$55 


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AIR-CONDITIONs 


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DUPLEX APTS, 
AT 
ATLANTIC GARDENS 


4. L. Rust Co. NA 8-8100 


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dining 


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MANOR 


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2-Bedrm Apt. —$66-$74 50 
3-BEDRM APT .—$90 


UTILITIES NOT INCLU 


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R rections: Hails mile beyond Peace 

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to Fort Meade 


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refgr NE AP. 7-66] 


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805 15th NW 2646 


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GARDENS 


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Ss 


at Columbia Pike 


COLORED 40% 
‘chen 4 


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nearby 
EFFICIENCY 
, 2- & 3-Bderm Units 
“ALL UTILITIFe INCI 


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Stores 


pts $45 up 


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ALSO SOME FURN. APTS 
Resi 7-0300 
LARCHMONT REALTY. 


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HOMES 
$68-$73.50 


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5 Tear ENTS 


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NEW DE LUXE 


AIR- “‘SONDITIONED 
BUILDING 


| WALK DOWNTOWN 
1225 13TH st NW. 
| EFFIC.—$80.s95 


ALSO FURN EPFICIENCY 
INCLUDING UTILITIEs 
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY Yi 
SECY. «& BRM st pce 


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“AP LE HWY. 
—$95 


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CONN “ALBERMAR 
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VIC. GLERE rn 
2 BED ROOM 

fo shopping a? al line: 18 219 UPSHI 
M. iT. .,Broyhi if & Sons Reg ie Bit, 
, 1300 : 
FAIRVIEW APTS 
730 BARNABY ST. SE. 


LING. NAVAL RES 
: bedrm 
new 


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7 Mo Dé 


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5 hes BATH 


MANY 0 


HUR 
OFFICE Op 
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NW. _RE. 7-3534 


4 : Thomas Cir. N 
COLORED — 


1033 21st NW 


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104 


CAFRIT?. of 7S080 


COLORED 
t Atd POMEROY RD. SE 
re Wain 0 1 bedrm living 
aoa 3 Lert, . , $49 50 Ginette and porch 


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1109 eae 

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kitchen 
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PLUS UTILITIES 
Janitor 2618, a ’ 


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rent $125 
M . 


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Rents Mgr J; 
Office, JA 


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Air. Cond De Luxe Apts 
Pp ° 


LONG: ‘BRANCH 


OFFICE OPEN MON THROU 

SAT M OS PM 
By" APPOTN ; i T 
r SE 2 


«-5250 
OTIS GARDENS 
NW 


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ap opp: ~ S539 Ag 


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2 Bedrms —$89 
3 np SaTmS. —~$105 


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May's M F 


CORES: APTS 
_BEST VAL UES 
FOR ORATED 
PI $6c 


Nw 3 ’ 
SAM | ROSEY AD 
OOF ORES NOR T\ 


NEWLY DECORA TED 


wt 


PAR 


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abama 


1010 18th st 


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Ra ‘Ha 


KLANDS | | 


CAFPRIT? DEV 
Ave. and Stanto 


BEST BUY IN TOWN” 


NW 


-ke 


D—wN 
$57 50 
NE 


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’ 


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MICHIGAN 
Fo , 


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phone for app 
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2434 


COLORED. — 


2 kitche AD 


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RENT 


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New 


APARTMENTS 


4688 NICHOLS AVE. Sw, 


SINGLE FARE BUS 


ose to 


Close 
5°83 and se Ools, ‘all newly 


fee 

ar 208 Allen avenue, AR 
Heic arte ~3-bedrm ao 
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“RENT CUT 


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$145 


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OFFICE Op 
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4 THO’ 2148 C1 


614 _EMERSC 


EN SUN. 
_ REALTY 


RE_7-3534 
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Acton Realty ON ST. NE 


HOLTIN™ HALL 
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JE 21450 |" 


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BERN} ICk DAVIS 
80 


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5-5844 


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¥ Dat hs 


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Arfax Realty JE 2- 1450 
McLEAN 


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A S. T sa é : 


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HOUSES Furn. o- Unturn, 42 


Swi MMING — 


‘ve 


MWORer 
bri 


At ERBACH & CO 
a TU 
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= UE SERV AT 
2606 36TH PL 


sbarchmont Realty Inc. 
ir JE 


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POPLAR HEIGHTS 


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Artan Realty, JE. 2 


ROX AYILLE 


Piney Branch Ra Sil @p. wa | } Bedrm., 


Bedrm.. Furn $ 
‘INCI UDING UTILITIES 

2 Bedrms_ Unfurn 
‘PLUS 


Un furn $65 up 


8 ur 


76.50 


Newly Decorat 
¥-t0-Clear . CAPITor 


Apts. 


INUTES TO 


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$71.50 


INCLUDIN UTILITIES 


UTILITIES) 


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dren nc adults / 


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ALEX 


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3. bed on vera , 
kit fenced Fare “a KCREST™ MD 
a. 5579 NIH 


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the bed. f ‘ST 3616 
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Tambler Equipt 


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$1)0 
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— “ay 


3% ROOMS 


$68 and $70 
42 ROOMS 


$81.75 and $84. 50) 


UTILITIES INCLUDED 


rh k 
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LEX ANORIA— 
Ward ICK K VILLAGE 
3-bedrm homes $115 mo individ. oo \¥F, 
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PRIVATE HOUSES 
DUPLEX APARTMENTS 


= Dining Room & Kitchen, 
$s and Bat 

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Water, 


Gar- 


Laundry 


Lawn Care 
Heat. 


Facilities and- Reps 's Provided Free 


SCHOOLS AND SHOPPING 
2 Bedrms.. $933 Bed 


ALSO FEW Fr 


CENTER ON SITE 
from $109.50 


NISHED APTs 


rence 
; 


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JEFFER 
1734 ARL. BLVD. 
JE. 2-5500 Daily, 9 t 


SON VILLAGE 
FALLS CHU CH VA 


S 9 to |: l2 to 4 


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Rosemary Apartments 


Invite you to 


5. 2un., 


ys 


Reserve your 1. 2 o, 3 bedroom apt. now 


(Furn. apts. also Available) 
be one of the lucky few who 
Enjoy life in our 


Swimming and Wading Pools 


Bus service to Silver Spring Shopping 
All included in rental 


Just across the Districe line at 
1929 Easr. West Hw 
Call JU. 8. 1170 or JU. 8-4313 


Write or phone for free brochure 


| WASHING 


RIGGS PLAZA 


A RAND new egy pe SEVELOPMENT 
T om Ar 


Daron ST 


8 A a E ST 

SUPER DE LUXE GARDEN 
SINGLE FARE BUs 

KITCHEN E 


“k ‘ owns NE 


APTS. 


EXTRA LARGE ROOMS 
WALK-IN CLOSETS 
> sea ED KITCHENS 


Leu ELEC ERAT 
WITH + PREED ER Ti 


CHILDREN's PLAYGROUNDS 
AI CONDITIONING om TLE 


INPRATOR ON ALr 
NFIDONS 


1 BEDROOM APTS. FROM $79.50 
2 BEDROOM APTS. FROM $102.00 


np "SPEER 4s 
AL CE—5} 
Open Sun. ij AM. to 6 P 


XHAUST FANS 


MASTER Ty ANTENNA 


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ORS NG WINDOS 


AUTOMATIC LAU N 
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LENT SHOPPING A 
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SAM. P.M. 


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Sunday, | te 6 PLM 


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——— 


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inter 


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Washington & Lee Apt 
Ar 


UPLAND | 


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| 12 MIN. TO DOownTown 


2 locks Fr om Ne Re Sea r¢ 
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“a 
\42 Large Rms., 
ALL Urls AND Tv ANT. INCL 
Res. me 


¥eston J su 
os Capit tol st. 10 3-6 


A CAPRITz DEVELOPMENT 
AGER TERRACE 


AND oar 
HYATTSVij 


LOWEST RENT IN AREA 
|-BEDROOM—$69 50 
2 BEORMS.—$8} 
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED | Be 
ite schoo) us at door nes. 


“4 bu 
Or Mich Ave, 
~7811 


Lab 


|AGER RD 


F THORPE ST. | 
WEST MD 


; 
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2 BE 

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9 950 So 4 ither 
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REALTY" RA 3. -8 8300 
VIEW + tae 


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‘Clency apt fal 
con, to everything 
all wt! Apply janitor 


1W 
DREYFU eS BROs 
isth St. NW NA. 8.0580 


1-BEDROO OM. $65 
3911 Old Dominion Bivd | 


AL REXAND 
1- sbedr 


ls 


0OMm apt + 


1 BEDROOM—$46 50 
INCLUDED AL, UT LIT IEs 
: YORESS 
Alnbaine @ve ) 
ights Shopping 
TV 
sharane: 


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gio Con ress at. 


eee ve. NE.” 


25), 7-9080 


ln ‘ 
“MOWiNg for 


$84.50 


4.9. SMITHY ¢ 


LLOYDs 


COMPANY 


APTS. 


BEDROOM $70 


N REQ JEST 
PEN “¥ 


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co GILLON HOUSE | 


ONSIN AVE NW, 
EFFIC! ENCY APTS 
Lu 


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Apt 


Dar ao 


earage , 
Your INSPection 


_CALL EM. 2. 8 


Invited | 
800 


DONNA LEE 


Newly 
Furnished & Unf 


—BUs SCHOOLS SHOP. 
PING 


; 
urnished 


—CLOSETS GALORE 
~—SOUNDPROOF PIR E.- 
PROOP 

—CHILDREN 
WELCOME 


OPs” IN EVERY CON. 
VENTE NCE 


AND PETS 


i 


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PANCY'!|! 


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ALL 
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MR 


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N AT JE 3-123] 


THE VERONA 


5601 13TH 
(CORNER 


New orton ndit on 
open 


J 


st. nw. | 53 


LONGFELLOW) 


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rooms. ete 
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5, @leyas or 


anager On premises 


wledinc®s 


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$55 PER” MO. 


3513 ses ST. NE. 
10] Gecora?t 
" bedrme kiteh 
& heat fur 
nter and 


1001 15 


Re Et 
Chevy 


IGLEY. Inc 
a” ‘vs. 3 


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7. 


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nearby 


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3500 © Micho! . 
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120. RENTON 
2 ~-942 29, 


Near Sacred Heart Church 


1661 PARK RD. NW. 
lat and 24 7 oor 

‘ee kitchen an 

by contacting 

Rents $62 50-$ 


BF SAUL CO 
925 ISth § St 


2 
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4-404" 


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A 


COLORED SOUTHE AST 
2 BEDROOMS—$72 5 5 
2427.3] Alabama jain 


‘'T? ese 


Mt. Vernon Ave 


Tr Ken 


& hedy st 
©-6912 


Dam 

dition 
ap KI 
q 


are 
by 


Da 
LU 


orsments 


De 


avai lable 


— 


Exc 
ERNE va 
820. 


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, ; “Apt 
2425 ‘Aik ame. “ave 


emen 
1-502) 


oe Oedt 
&- 


GHTs 
3-bedrm ram 
$105 1222 ” liv 
aitax x Realty, it 2. 1450 sina 
ART « -3-bedtm 
330 


room 
334 } 
$s 
DI 


ANNA LEE HE! 


ec 


$85 
A HUMPHR: ES & SON 
Rea! NA. 8-502 


" 
my 
uO rs 


Ave tors 


70 
COLORED" 
IMMED. OCCUPANCY 


ttract) inieuivable NE 
A a bea- 


Be maar 


3 CHAPIN: ST NW. 


ve on er 
| is rr 
kitchen ys 
rch wa 
ot ene LU 
ng 


pat tio. ovis 
17 N 18th 

To inspect 

office 


‘COLORED—ALL UTI Ll 
l3th and F NE 


50 
J- 0 

ne 
Ties 


$60 mo 


‘ BLVD seglen Carin 
ed ‘te od r 
ec 


te 


pis 


RE i, a 
305 M 


ris 


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DI 


rms 


244 


’ 
uet fire 
\ , 


' nai 
DESIRABLE 1-2 RM. APTS 
] kit 
kit 
bath | 
kit 


kit 


New Jersey N w rm 
Ftd fe 2 awe aded 
tnt 


| 
+ 


att > ve ah 
rm. c 


kit 


rms, ae 


auto 


$-55 
‘187 


mes N.— SPECIAL! 
sa fer Dy an Brick 
f ame 
rm. ar ; 

Porches: 
rbDage sDose) 
pent OR BUY Ir 


mesds 
Der 


Arfax hk 
Wr " 5b 


DECORATED 
Mr Evans at 
Wetkends 


; : 15@s 

Ee Os! “Rear y co” dA *- 1282 
Courthouse 
i’? reside a bee bu 
Unity. Me ine Prop 
ARL ; NO Immac ~be 

~~! Damt Bitic: idea) joc KE @ 
ARLINGTO} 
| >. 1 detached brick) FO 
lonia! 1th recreatj , 
| Ne 4 : le 


bath 


1236 10TH ST 


$6805" | NEWLY DECORATED 


ANITOR WILL Show 


35 AMES ST.NE 


Kitchen 


$600 
room» 
KI ; 


"AURORA HILLS AREA 
Bedrm 


Nheiehborhoo4 


Practically 
| building Vacant Rent $70 


OPEN SAT. and SUN, 
97T0 5 


KEY IN APT. 3 


RUST CO | 

NW NA. 8-8100 

share B. F. SAUL CO at 

~ 15th 8: NW NA Bie ep 

ort a ~ COLORED—8OUTHEAST mn 2-8 
ne 

* Children vas sc-|! BEDROOM .. $60.00) 

10. 1-1730_— . 

ES ee 2427-31 Alabama Ave. | ¢ ‘ 

P - These 


« now and 
ng the 
‘ ~- 242 


Al} 

Rie 

baths recr 
ae schools $175 rs 
Duna! ngton, OL. 2-2635. 


th si 
I kit 
l wk exce! lent t transp 


91 
8-2 


925 


*") 


fas heat 


Avai 
3-bed 
bitches 

ment 
apartments are 
Rd be ha ae 


To” 


UL CO 


ova ailable 
y CH 


5 Al! abems” ave. 


B. F. SA 


5 acres” 3 


—4 4- -bedrm rm. 
th. 3 remodeled 


count try 
shop 


kit 

xO” 76646 

> kite hen & bath 
AD. 2.7256 


2-ba 
barn 


ABLE 
Lhurch Va. JE. 


Fairfax ‘Gin Clob— 
Area 


ow 


house 
3447 
** from 


] 


/ 

| REAL for retired couple: lovely 
Wine @pt. Choice 

ELEVA door m 

Da! a $78 
Nditilo 


. ESTATE. Ja | | Arta Realty 
F AN HI UDIO APs | 
| * sa oe 4 }. S bun 
4 béedrm 
' rm... dir m ms FALLS Cc C 
tain! ing i / DO one! bler . OF 


one 
pes arge 
ga) Aad bsmt- ; 

Usual 


kitene 
E, MALCOLM | 


RCH Near 


2 bedroom 


~ bri ck F rem- 
150 ave 


, 


3. 
“ay r 


wave 


Bacar ST. 


E BEDROOMS 
reception hal! kitch- OWN 
876.50. See janitor 


HENRY SALUS 


OL6 


N. 


Apts ALL 
' and in POOl, schoo} 
reliable lease C 


“2 ‘Valieble j me 
Beantuanrs WANTED 328 FALLS Cat Rca” 
és “esige | dias 
os | ae brick, 
-* 0. ete 
mise 
s brick i 


[eevee AND STORAGE 33 Raia Fae | Cie ~ 4 
aoe oie la a 
SS ae reas. rates. 1084.85 


extras. 
“ 


oom Spis., 2 
sect 2- | floor 

tile ee | 2” 

ndow | COLonE 


lee. furn 


%. ui 
itifyu 
utils 


porch’ 


hood, enildren. 
, 


tened 
Pine Beighbor ‘tor: 


cE: $130. | 


as 1s 


TU XEDO 
rn or 


VIENNA, V fy —20 


-* 
' 350 
Wal TER ReED Ay 


In NA, 8-2: 
ide WHEXTON Torn 


=| NEWLY REDECO 


io8ed 
$2 > 500 
Bunda; 
SGD EA 


| | Charmingiy 


| Arfax Realty, 4 


phony bri ck 
Ok wood, 


bed rm: 
ving room 
| LANDOvER, 


rms 
$110 
00 


2 “Kitebena 


— 


5 

"oval", SPICES ind! vidual ‘ 
] ‘a L 

p @ Di 7.3008" 
ane WANTED 


“CABAGE Raped. 
Garden Ar 


OFFICE 


E.R rr 
ATEXANORTA 


R. Hooft, tn- 


$) 
dy '? BI AN SHARD. 


Chas 
@xclus 


ym Mh, 


Real Y, Je 2: "4% hu 


} {fic eva Por j 
forma ca.) B N M Py \ 
HINNEY. E ia . 


CHAS.’ R. HOOFF 


, 


—— 
8-4367 


rr 


be 


) ao H 2 te 3. JO 


h— replace ; 
Demt . a’ 


ryrr 
J or ae 


TA ‘9. #337 


fan. 


shops. $1i0* me 8y 
“Cony. and « LYN” rset 


Cr toe 

En ti ref 0! 5. and ba? 
: rear 

ATT cctive® ‘Otho 


Tet & EYE “STS-NW’ 


-room 
on cupancy: 


m \ONED — 


2925 
I Hoo! 
SHANNOM: & 


decor porch 


te 


on 
Parking on o 
Dart ition 


y, i 2. 1450 
“ag mes 


+ SOUTHERN AVE SE mm 


Vr orn 
to sult ten. 


Larchmont Realty, 
07 Bro 


Dunesion. 
Hter ki 
Washer 


» c 


Inc 


RATED 
P< + Eee MEIONTs | 
i wry r lete 
$12 


ealty, J Je. 3 1450 


ve 


itchen 


IE 1450 : b ose on 
c, DARNBTOWN, ” MI 
at ith VERY choige™ 
; da he n - new 
use ‘uM 1000 © serv! cee 
“REALTY - 


WEEKEND SP ~Ctal. 
4 


call Mr ! 
CHASE 


uf 


VALU 
&pe 
Vi) 


H 
AB 
- 


; today. 


ee 


a RENT OR SALE 
ae “3D. 8ST ARI i*GTON 
appo ed 

remhi _ With 
Patio Asking #1 
Open Pe insp 
2 7. call" 
KE $381 or 


0; * Asati 
SOUTHERN ‘COLONIAL 
ocated sii Fairtex 
bath fu 

‘i 


liser; ming t; INE Peo 
furnish ( , 


E 2-14 
CREST 


to Aug 
Comp) ete 


e208 
phone AD. 
typing desks 


jon and levels | 


50 or) 
ction 


‘ED. modern 
+ dae ONED. located 
BCe SVallable for you 
> 


BROYHILT~ 


able May 15 
"2504 Marviy 


“sus I 
Arta» x Realty. 
JE. 2. 1450 
f: 2 BEDROOM RAMBY Pr 
Also S-bedrm 


15 @. Vaca 
GE EALTO! 


aN an ABtE — > 


’ ie@a 
GEORG 


tad 


room 


yara ui 
st 


Inc. 


lan 
B) dg 
forma ‘ 
180 LARGE LAW 
aton ares t.j conference 
“Optlen to buy i nd 


sem deta hea 
0}! a pe me 
hod 


i Mr 


nw. 


: 
6th « Macey He 


SGa@ area 2 
th $150 
Ny RLSTMAN, INC 
1 WwW we o. 1923 


bedrms : 
Rep 


5938 BUSINESS PROP. RENT 


bath. 


110 
MD 


Le May rd 
large Kitchen 


FIREPROOF BLDG. of 3 stor 

bed rm co ering entire 

DPC 
si 


Ny 
as 
: 
= . 


ng ares utility 
2 EVEN! NGS 
JU, é. 4,97 
room fis 
Mr bef iett: 
S0nial Inves: Co 


Otls” _” 2 
kitchen on 
Kitchen and nth yy = 
ber mon Cal) 


16 th w NEG 
bamt. mh 


ie 


’ 


’ 


. be 
rms 


ite ae 
BUSINESS PROP. SALE 48 
VIENNA 

Me aes 


fronting a 
dom ant 


> co 


‘lew’ $2 
ms 4 *ne 


RAY BARNEY 
OSA SS | 


felt Be 


th st. aw 


BUSINESS PROP. SALE 
ALEXANDRIA 


MMERCIAL I L a FACING 


. 
Lea a. Alex 


"ART POST REALTOR 


“HUGH DEVELOPMENT 


formation 


0 

Harrinetor 
a 

pase. 


Boss «& e+ 7 
14) A 


and 
INC 


near | Th is 
area i Mt 
riced 


48 | BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 55/TRUST NOTES 


61/SALE, D. C., HOUSES 


DELICATESSEN — Nearby Pairfax. HAVE CLIENT 
over $2000 r week 

Reasonable notes 

a ; 


«| 
a ‘rea a 
” Brown with Yeo onas Realt 
n.~7100 
DGS Greeery 
fa ave ne Mre WNea 
AA 
FOOD.- BEVERAGE 
ant ISTRIBU TORSHIP 
pan: 


: res 


FR OZEN CUSTARD 


s i JA. 2-3 
io a 
: 


BUS. PROP. WANTED 


GitTt AND CARD SHOP ke 
; nsier ge ne 


465A | erewine 


NATIONA - r 
CHAIN: 
LOCAT 


for own style bu 


STORES, RENT 


ar NDE one: Or 


it og eee ED Ww 


> 


rau 4 Z . oF 
SILVER ‘paix MD 
i 0 BY : J} 


TAKOMA PARK. MD 
Ideai for drug & 


MARKET Nex 
: cee 
| RA ‘é 

PAD 


MASSAGE & HEAT 


for $i p , 
1 5°64 or write 
> if 
“ 


MOTELS FOR SALE 


JOE H. THOMPSON 
232 WOODWARD BLOG 
EM. 3 
HNOUNTAIN RESORT ¥ 
\ : ' mn ta is She 

tr Wa 


~ 
Est 


a a alacant’ 
WAREHOUSE SPACE, Rent 50 


CHOICE WAREHOUSES 


Weinberg 8 Bush 


SpAKTRINT SITES 


oo 
Apartment He use Gr 
High _ density 
or more a 
~ - " pay ed stre ’ a Tre 
ideal location. Cail JA 


BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIE 
—_—_—_ 

ARL.— Del: mb 
Brrr TAVERN, ae 


~ er : . 


BE YOUR OWN BOSS 
Own a Quaker Maid 
Cream Store 

the National Ou 
Maid Stores Systerr 


Quaker Maid | 

of the pile of f fast. 
ing firms squ 
$400 million m 
of chill 


“creme 
GOOD “SPOTS 
AVAILABLE in 
land, Delaware, Virginia 


and Washington, C 


NO EXPERIENCE RE 
QUIRED: We train you 
in a pilot store, teaching 
you to make Quaker 
Maid's 50 exclusive 
Real ice Cream Taste 
Treats 


YOU ARE PROTECTED 
by Quaker Maid’s exclu 
sive copyrighted system 
of store ownership. No 
guesswork; al! planning 
is done for you 


QUAKER MAID 
owners can consiste 
make a net of over . 
on their store: 
volume 


NAT IONAL QUAKER 
MAID REALTY, If 
experts find and 

store locations for \ 


A QUAKER MAID 
BUILDING is the prod 
uct of the genius of one 
of America’s top Indus- 
trial Designers. Mass 
produced and erected by 
a local contractor under 
our supervision We 
take care of erecting 
signs, lighting and sur- 
facing of parking area 


YOUR GRAND N. 
ING is backed with tele- 
ViSiOnN, radio and new 
paper advertisinc, and 
other point-of-sale pro- 
motion aids 


MINIMUM CASH RE. 
QUIRED: $10,500. No 
Franchise Fee: you have 
complete control of your 
investment | 


ry 
/ 


store 
gross 


_ 


a4 
i= = 


WRITE. PHONE OR 
WIRE TODAY for fur 
ther information and an 
application for a Quaker 
Maid Selling Agreement 
to— 


Quaker Maid | 


Dept. PT-29 
AKRON 8, OHIO 
HEmlock 4-194] 


Sam Blanken & Co 
> & wy ; fa ~* 0" 
; 


PRY SCHOOL for « 
4) ’ y - 


Me. Mane 
RESTAURANT — 
able. . fu 


t : 
S MALI GROCERY 
| g ” ; mr 


: eat Ca TT 6.956 

SECRETARIAL SERVICE [ 
ne equipment in one of 
re } 2 ¢ muni 
Marylar 

ne 


merac 


: vw. ; "Peat " 2) 
LAR FAIRFAX 
‘ : hy le mote! frontine 


V | RG © NIA IARDWARE 


ss 4 

a e pw 
i . f : 

ret I . aoc 


W NA W J JOHN i STON 


COLORED 
o<e 4 


e be ¢ PA 
pT § nm. $ 300 
L PRICE, $850 
. WNireliw fur 


vy 


LUNCH 
NCH 


eS VOU 


EXCLUSIV Dis At Bt FOR- -M 


nt 


NEWLY) 
growil 
‘ 


WOULD 


BUS. OPP. OUT. r-OF-1 TOWN 56 
Strout Catalog—Free! 
Opportunitie¢ por motels. 1 


Realtor 
WASH. 


ON AND | 


CAPITAL WANTED 
WANTED 


ACTIVE INVESTOR 
T pro te a patented vice 


, naw ‘Ma 
MONEY TO LOAN 
VA MD P ’ 


cae” CO +» Eek bs. ) 


dD. C., 


¢ ASH 


REAL ESTATE LOANS 
One. ae 


re 


able 
erty ; : 
reet andiis TE 
AL BAKER 
Washinc’on 


- 1400, 

& SON, 

bh st. Ave 

ues ON SECOND "FRoST 
buy 


. han- 
Apex | 


BARTOW : 
Isai G et. Dee ORS ony _ 


Btere—Located | 80) | 
Phone 


ted In —* 


1220, Day or Night 


al 
Fr 
ab- 


: si ' 
: SV All rN I? “"v 
SPACIOUS : 


limited 
As. 
ourteous 
EALTY. is WN— 
enn TERMS OP $4000 Caan 
interest R MO. MAY BUY 


with 


Selo 


service call RORSCHAC 
ANC... JB. 2-3706 


| cash ¢f 


H 
‘Y-/$4500 Ist trust note, 6% 

payable $45 a mo. Secures Monte -D : 
Co roper! 4 -5052 D NN. G 

j TER EAE IN BSMT 

TRUST NOTES WANTED 61A' WoO. 6¢-606 

). Leo Kolb Co., AD. 2 -2100 

GEORGETOWS 
TER RE 
Cl EVELAND PARK 
a CHEVY CHA 
16 Pine K 


= A. AUDETTE | 
“GEORGETOWN 


POR SALS BY OW NER 
u } 


! 
Arps $1 


|THE TRUST NOTE EXCHANGE, 

Past top $$ for 2 215) 
\vestment Bidg ME 

WILL Wy Me SELL f trust 


SALE, INVEST. PROPERTY 62 
SPG 
ne 


Ash ~7y 


2 Get 
. rPr iia 


; me 


ay. eine 
OWN OW STORE ART 


oi 


abe PARK 
2322 Huidekoper Pi. NW 


OPEN 


ner 


16TH ST. SE 


HILAC REST NR 
j : ave Bran 


APARTMENT HOUSE 
‘ rier < " 


eC ¢ ~. 


in excess of & 
Price, $68.000 
HU. 3-3316 
Chapman Realty Co., 
GARDEN TYPE 


APARTMENT Bl 


: ; RK 8 vy 
ON UTH sT AETWEEN G EH NG : 
: ‘ at . . “_ . Mere eFC AREA Det ache 
\ EAC! ‘ 

REAL~| sie: 


aT 


r? 


8-100 om 


RE 
7 : 

PLEASANT—Alttra 
we A : core¢a 


+ » " 7 : ‘Ave A Dat 
§ vi ; > R 00 Sborman 7.0493 
APT. HOTE! 
+ a" i4 
f-UNIT BLDG mo FM 2079 © 
nw. Monti TAYLOR sT. WW 
. e whe Moder 
ener ‘ . 
REAL’ 
HOUSES TO 


WE WILtl 
m rambier 


‘ ; 
‘ 
RAY 


BUILD 
BUILD | 


t.~hecr 


. pa mer rr a he a 
Aae oe Ww tL! er nenta 
FPURNIGH PLA . oar 
HU BBARD REALTY 


SALE, D. C. HOUSES 


WALTER REED 
ae ‘ brick 7 


rn : . 
ght Fves 
REALTY 


WA! 


te RE rr ARFA 


7502 STH ST. NW. 


c AP iro. Hi 


NICHOL 5ON 
‘gic 


SCOTT CIR 
5° ar 


NE 
nh 4 
va : a 

ieTn ST. NEA? 
Large Orice f£ 6 


ist trust ba. anc 


CHEVY CHASE, D. C + Rats reas 

008 UTAH AVE. NW.| ™.2-6 JAMES 

OPEN SUN. 12-6 4)ist PLACE SE 
b Brick colonia? resscen OPEN 3-6 


adie 


a 
Aéetached brick 
raod.e neigi bor nh< 


4] Di 
£ SM TH a 


CHEVY CHAS 3650 DOWN : 


OPEN SUN N 


EO. C. 


OW CASH P 
IN 1 TR 


FOU R Hi ME Wren os 
A 


~ 


CLEVELAND PARK PrOM } Are Aeiteyatitsn| 
3412 30TH ST | DOG ENTER OT 8 
“OPEN SUNDAY, 2.6 | 


ATR CONDI NEI 

iz THI N \ 
ae PE °- ME 

KS 
ei 


G GBORGET. WY N 


cas RM! NG 
ITY & iTs 


EX 3-4484 
y had r rv. « 


immed 


; 
| 
’ 


A 3-9450 X 3-4484 
“COLORI Ei thase VACANT 
$495 DOWN 


Pau 7 ROUSE 


HU 3.3316 


pman Rea! ry Co ; Ine 
PAIRPAX VILLAGE AREA ee 
26 60U) St. SE. Jn! sem!- €6LORED 
excellien transp ‘ les anew nar 
| ar hoop 4 ee nn : 
OE : "Man: 
; : ffer 


FOGC ay BOTTON M 


F : ‘ to 
Ace ‘eh y? ' able| 2. ) after if 
is mia « roner br Ls "rs >. + 


12.950 


se Call |i 
no answer LU 
“OFFICE 


NW 


a i me 


INDI- ~“EOLORED-—DOCTOR & 

0 Longfellow St 

Very im l¢ br 

e i D ini¢ 

t. please powcer | 
amps shire Ave. NW. . 

~RE 8.2271 


New H 


Bap t 


la F irt immings 


KAY rT 
| Cor ORED. i 


; at I _ 
COREE NW ay 


“FOGGY BOTTOM | nea 


Dupe 


AR EA 


" COLORED oy 
1937 LINCOLN RD 


WOO ODWARD & MORRIS! ool S25 es * 


vely rooms 
Realtors h st. N. W rn brick. ; 
FOREST HICTS. ox dao? and © ie or 
and Ellicott st. Sp LOW MO. PAYMENTS 
Ja DI 71655; 1 
OA 

“CALOM? IS INVESTMENT CO 

Pe leond a anne 


“FORT DAVIS | Only $195 Down 
$13,950 al 3536 Park Place NW. 


maid 
Pris 
EM. 


-car "earent 
Pr fans om call 


POSSIBLE GI 6 jarge rooms, tile bath. oil h.-wih 
Livi s rm.. di ning tm. : comp pate} full em , rice ag for Dor, 
en bedrms.. bat ull bemt.. al wher, 4470 o 
HW : TA. 9-1713 


a. ofis- »' opay, eon everything re) ORED 
“SOUTHEAST REALTY CO. are COL homes: 
GEORGETOWN— Brick house with | payment; wu nw 


: xm ’ 


down | 


B00 #75, $475 dn. $95.meo incl’ 
rm. 
| 2-4485. = 


3426 2 23rd. st. 


64 SALE, D. C. HOUSES - 


WITH PIREPL 
AS HOT-WA- 
EV ts 


SUNDAY, 2-5:30) 2:1 uly home. | pees. yards. 2-| WOOD 


My ott : prev " — "% 9496 
H A. GILL & SON 
yn vw Ave ie. son 


=a “old corner 
. rm 


64 | SALE, 
COLORED 


L $ N: 
| GI-APPROVED 
407 16TH ST. SE. 


o—you can move in| 6 larse rms... 
redecorat ed oftenisl mt., W , Bew & 
home. tile ho M storm 

Jas’ Ca | EX 
or Sun day cal 


10 


OWNER, JU. 5- 


COL.—20-FT. WID 
BEAT TTIFUL BRIGHTW 
ae  * and 

qt 


COLORED— VETERAN | 
6 RMS.—$11,95 


$500 DOWN, $72.76 en ———” Oana 
Sem be deg aree sr and “nel ah sbor heed 
, ; , t<? off 
- atec . 
REAI BA 9 ATLAS 
EX 


OMITH co. 
4 NATURAL BEDR« 


APPR ED : ‘¥ 
OPE? rO6 P.M ! 
125 EMERSON rt N. Ez 

. snore 


fetached 
, ** » U 
- a: INT SH. 


"FRED A. 


Fi) at) 


SED 


"Lave ¥ yar 
*> . 


mo e, 
ached brick 
rm or j 


Ren re , 
MISS nates Sheri 
mn 7 “<2 parment' 
Dath wy fre ' r 
he 
WOODRID 


f. 


he -, 
LI 3.0612 


REALTY. | 6-292; 
COLORED—STEELE'S 5B 
Zi i tenhou s¢ S N 


SH, /5 


er Bri pio 


full basement 
Gean ? naar 


per mn * 


MOTT Ex. 3 
a1 


D. C., HOUSES 


OPEN SUNDAY 1-6 
644 INDEPENDENCE AVE. SE. | 


All brick, jn new house condition 
completely 


yared 
payment, easy 4 


edison St 
side. hal plan bul 
M con +3 ’ 


REALTY C 
VACANT 


13TH & E CAPITOL ST.| 3-yr.-cla brick 


ven) -* to « 


nonitl ca 
2480 oF 


FRED A. SMITH CO. 


f 


64(\SALE, D. C., HOUSES 


—Cap. Hill, 12- — 
Pe, Rit income. dn 


x= home 


SALE, | 


redec 


Col., 
as oi A911 7th St. 


ow “ 

ad peuee with income. 72 

Pric its Pinished rec. rm.. 
redecorated 


323 Farragut N 


pe igned 
90d —— 


NW. Vac 
complete 
8330 
E BRICK 


GOD - A 
fa 


for modern ir 


wear 


#5313 13th St. NW 


£0 ca rece 
red Mr bat! masiver ode 
O 


Woodridge Det 


OOMS toes = $i4.95¢ «sé fe 


i Near Walter. Reed 


: ‘ 
eryth r 
cs 

~_e 


AL ike REALTY 


COLORED 


et fo came: WIDE AND DEEP. | 


422 FARRAGUT ST. NW 
OPEN SUNDAY, 1 ‘TIL 5 


COLORED—VETERANS | 


e 


N' W/ 


baths, tu 


Dee; 


R. A. HUMPHRIES 
REALTOR 


2 Mass Ave. NW., NA. 8-5020 


with 4ptac 4 sar. 


cas heat 
a 7 reer 


64 THE , WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


D9 


Sunday, April 29, 1956 


‘Open Today 


baths. 2 


367 4 PARK PLACE NW 


"en 24 


$600 DN.—$69.41 MO 


Y 


RA 3 
COLORED 


NON.VE] 
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13 Forramut Place NE 
G!i—$11,300 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


SALE, 
ral 


D. C. HOUSES 
ORED—$225 CASH 
4 LOWRIE PL. NE 


semidetached. 2 
or nig $9950 


64 


HL 3316 5 
hapman Realty Co 83 
COLORED~sSHOYV HOM! ve] bedrm 
Recreation 

alum. rns 
rated. $85 6 mo. | 

A REAL BARGAIN 
SAM ROSEY La 


IMPOSING DET. BRICK. 


lit cin, 

tray erse drat pes. 

wa! ote wal carpeting, 
4 


Ceramic ‘ ‘ot 


B SY DNOR REALTY CO. 


SHIP TEI 


LEY 
+475 


Continued on Fellewinge Pace 


AGAMI "REA! 
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approve 


OPEN & 
LESTF 
EM : 539 
AMERICAN Lmav. J 

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, COLORED 
Upper 16th St. Area 
Det ached Brick | 


be s.. 2 baths 
n ay with fire 


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EASTERN AVE 
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“DISTINCTIVE” 
“BREATH-TAK! 


NG’ FOGGY BOTTOM 


OPEN SU \ 
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2-5 


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ARK 


REALTORS 


‘EM ee 
RRM. BM? KENT 


EXECUTIVE HOME 


John R Pinkett Inc. | 


1302 New Ave. NW 


Jer sey 


SHA ANNON & hUCHS Co 


BUR cEITH 
GEORG ETON 


3627 S ST. N 
OPEN, 2-6 


et 
GILL 


7 STANDARDS. 44s 


1415 “AMES 'ST. NE 
DOWN 
Nice mp redec 


sts. Priced rig 


Re’ S RESLTY CONT. 


th St. NW 


at OPEN, 2-5 
14th AND "MONT 


Handsome Tow 
3 APARTMENTS - - 


: 7 
Aiso Tine mas 


-LI 4 684 
In’ 


| CHEVY "CHASE, 
4 BEDROOMS— 


‘ale S215 }3e ST NW 


MAGNIFICENT HOME 
4 BEDI RMS 9. — a BATHS 


7556 41ST ST 
OPEN SUNDAY 
rman P._ Y “a 
CHEVY Ch te 2. e 
4 BEORMS., 2 BAT 
543! 

OPEN 


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VST NAPL REALTY 
RE. 7-3531—UN. 4-3422 | 


COLORED—VACANT——OPEN 1-6 


809 QU! NTANA PL NW 


SUNDAY, 


TOWN & SUBURBAN. EM. 
beg: 
$1 
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Ss Sa 47 
$11,000 G.I. 
$67 MO. 


5062 6th PL. NE 
Near &£ Dakota ave. JUST LIKE 
Ace nt t ; move.Y 7 

. ; rm “= seal 
ba emer ’ : _ . 


HARRIS. NA’ 8-8000 
FREDERICK W. BERENS 
SAL ES ' NA = 5000 


COL.. RIGGS PARK AREA 
gurred ay Pl. NE 2 
Ou 


S558 rs n 
OPEN 2? TO 


rer 


vv ; 
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Rece ; ece 
PYM $90 mo Swute 
TORED iSTH & < 


"BRICK--2 AP 
TRADE ACCEPTED | 


Colonial Concrete 
oe par ate entran ces 
th 


NE 


OPEN, 2-6 


STs 
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C'o.o! : 
Blessed Sacram ent 
fayette Schoo). Center hall 
knotty.- rms 2% ba 

pi rn % bar auto screened 
eat Iseai f . home and income Gardeners Pare 
ST 3-36. Eves LU a ; 1A ea: rage . , 
= cae.  —_— tha 


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COLORED—VACANT fam 
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of wonderful 
in 20 8 
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SHANNON’ LUCHS 


$! 3 300 
speci a. 
‘a 


HARRISON 


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ST 
22.950 


“COLORED — 
5th & Crittenden nw 


2 KITS —2 BATHS 


Nr 


ry brick 


Ww I gar ; ‘ ‘ 
trades Call Mr Dobbs) 


$15 500 


CHEVY CHASE, D. C. 
AND omnes "10U8 
SEE IT R 


$39,750 


n : : sine ve roy 
“ >: hrub ' i‘. al sucr a pri 


St. NW. 


CHEVY CHASE, D. C. 
FIRST OFFERING 


handsome an J extremes y we) 
a) home 


Par ish near La- 
3 


W. 


BROGDEN 
“St eceToy N 
29TH 


EALTORS 


~ CAPITOL HILL 


122 3rd ST. SE 


n House 
iprar or ¢ 


EXCLUSIVE 
LLIAT & CO 
DE. 2-2770 


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1421 36TH ST 


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3220 O ST. N.W 


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$14.50 }0—OPEN N 


right left ‘7 
Si 79th Piace eft 
C GN St 2241 39h Pi 


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SHANNON & LUCHS CO 
5000 Connect it Ave KF , Of 


HILLCREST, S.E 

6 BEORMS.—3 BATHS 
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. CLEVELAND PARK. 3824 
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3196 18th § , 
OFF DUPONT = 
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fu hea ed ' demi. 
DOWN! VACANT 


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Tree Weiss, HE. 


at 


LEO M. BERNSTEIN. co 
3 SPRING 


cond 
Mr 
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tion 2+ 2- stor y bre 


$495 DOWN! VACANT! EO M. BERNSTEIN ¢ CO. : 


FAIRLAWN 


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OPEN SUNDAY 
356 BURBANK ST. “SE. 


‘MOVE ‘ix 
7-8890 ANYTIME | 


ave. 


OPEN SUNDAY, 1 
2019 RIDGE PL. 


seer Minnesote 
‘is nice brick 
full size dining 


ett Dl. 


one 5” 
has 


lL bemt. with 


kit im disposal 5 
and | 


Ridge s¢ G wi Yee 
4307. Cail Mr “Penland. Lv, 3. 7612) sg SUBURBAN REALTY 
or LU. 4-7900 ‘tll 9 p Marlboro Pike SE. IO 


recreation 


pectior 
5COm pees 


out 


SHANNON! 8 LUCHS CO 


$000 Connecticut -1800 


LEO-M 


“3|5223 WATSON 
4; OPEN SUN., 1 


CUSTOM-BUILT 


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COLORED 

OPEN SUNDAY, | ‘TIL 6 
DETACHED BRICK 
5900 2ND. PL. N.W. 


NEAR SRD & OGLETHORPS 
Ren . ectached rner dr! 


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‘Sule SRECeCER 
TU 25995 


‘CHOICE SELECTION” 
OPEN, 2 TO DARK 
SALE oO GI OR NO 
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NW 


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$50uri Ave 
row brick 
fe ha 
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ROBEF ts REACT & 


REAL ry Co. 


Bae ki foc 


44 ‘STH PL ar 
near 


school, 
"BEDROOMS ATH 


NGALOW 
[ PL. BE 
mn moder L kitchen 


metal fence. 
ay 


DETACHED 
2011 MONROF. 6T NF 
APPROVED—$ 17 500 


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buy this 


BERNSTEIN CO CHAPLIN. 8T 
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. carpeting ‘hom "tO eda 
; fu iy basement and 
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MOUNT 


INT PLEASANT 
1610 LAMONT &#&T. NW 

VACANT 
eg | I in this quisit 
4 NW hon near } Creek Parke r~ Ay 
TO a venient ft \ n 5 bedrooms, 
athe porches. Modest dows 

_ pemee t +h price 


} a ib a tase 
ee, ee Se cet Walker & Dun 
: size az me i. | Re rs 1 rn Office 


BOLLING FIELD. Sf 


FURNISHED 
$1000 DN. 


New Brick 
7 § ST REET NE 


BEST TERMS 


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6408 Georgts 

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SE WALTER REED AREA | 
mv | 3 BEORMS.—3 BATHS | 


ylo l-6. 1448 SHERIDAN &T 
vie 9. NW Semi det as center-hali 
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_dishiwgh ‘& rec. rm 


A 
|LEO"M. BERNSTEIN: CO. 


CoO. §-3533. 9 ‘th 9 


porch 
co. 
8-8200 


| HO. 2-6020 


— 


NW 
ole Oe) +) mums 6 6: —_—_ 
BRIGHTWOOD™.} ©o > 


OPEN BUNDAY 36°" $10,500-—CORNER 


bunge alow Lot 860x108, 
pe floors. auto, heat, 

2° 54TH ST. SE. 
Mr Douglas, LI 6-8559, AD. 
Continued on Fellewing 


UN. 4- ase. 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD SALE, 0.¢., MOUSES _64 SALE, D. C., HOUSES SALE, D.C. MOUSES —_ 64) SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD. | SALE SUBURS. HOUSES 67 MB. 
10 Sunday, April 29, 1956 “7 COLORED COLORED 08 ating es COLORED OR WHITE MA _MA YLAND 
~ LOOK THESE OVER a 
412,000 Sat, 8. C, Neves a Facing Park in D.C. | attractive 20%. orice COUORED—THE FINEST SELECTION OF ROMES OFFERED BIG STUFF. eee ceres_|_ ens scireeery Canine 
/ Colored—Vacant ] ] Anacostia Ave. N E. 4 , , concrete = h , SHOP THE ORIGINAL SINDLER STRIP MODERN HOTEL le sarge PF Nit located. N 6; 2 drm. i' Sethe” ets oo eet 
FHA FINANCING ; eet 16th on tah on 28 Efficiency Unite kite Kien. Owner "OL. 4 , 4078. wd AMI EDs 


G. |. Approved _ MD OR Ra : 

Sunday O | $300 Down NEW 6-RM. SEMIDETACHED | an By Ry 2-uiors ‘Saute fe aed SSTEneDs- Brick, Colonial, 3 bed - Pecy, ine o-aseh oe 
my brick house. ready for immediat x. 3-34 400 RA. 3-5711 ; 700 rms. » din, tm. den, FICE OPEN 10 TO 6. __Realters. 

Circulation Cpen sundey |S yahopping ‘and ‘schools Large) —— — ers Price, $700,000 ee eee eerie 

Iy have to Sct fast on) living room with gining area. mod-/ COLORED—MOVE IN GOING BUSINESS Delle & Co inc. SF 


y? ase 77. and Lyman c.| Massachusetts Ave. Extended 
is lovely r ; suipped kite! | good sized . siaaald M 3-3520 
, + : ' : hat) : ese beautiful homes 
means quicker sales results n y 50. Call Ov hower: large closet $1 7th 8t. NW. : LIQUOR LICENSE le ee ag pant Rd Glen Mar Park 
for Washington Post. and ar 2: 4470 or TA. 98-1713 after, ea! front t 32 8: » det, wt pw ayy nag oom aoa +“ ape ' o-| Mere & as ual enportanite te 
j ard , inspec ee pts srocery ore, cessibie to « hops. . . " - ~ an attractive - R 
r ; 3200) 1 racti ambie"-type 


5210 Carlton St. 
Times Herald classified ad- Toppa cer gt ene eT ere Laundry and General 6tore Mis: Rice KE a4. 
a ee eee ee COLORED—GI les. 3483, RENKIN RD. NE.) yes. you can choose an: ARE PRICE, $65,000 Delle & Co. Inc. GF 3-9820-| Carrier an Condition, central 
or Sunday . 7 -- te neo ; “a fi w om iF oe mmer and winter. Lot 60x 
ONLY $250 DOWN -- oe oe pee a : ' 39-UNIT APT. BLDG. gf SePoaeeeth age gn 
Phone $75 MONTH | a . : , | . . ~ “ and Quality Homes at Ba rgain Prices 2 Pate, F a . 7 3 ime rea - 28 fe : 7 “Teen, ws cy: 
REpublic 7-1234 | 711 UPSHUR ST. NW. | $195 DOWN | ground ss st es pur | DOWN PAYMENTS. WITHIN YOUR MEANS PRICE, $225,000 bal” Boog cicets an ig| td to in basement. the 


in basement 
th Paymen Oniy _ 


u 7 > : 
J INV ).— Q/ : 4. A erne Y FLATS) 
ee | BATHS. hot ceayte oetts $95 A MONT 1 INVEST, Comtl, 3-530? Look for the Sindler Sign ’ mente ’ ! 
es ment Cail 2998) ona re ce stated semidet } COLORION— HOMES | PRICE, $26,000 © et ~ ge AY. 
eT ul eS ieee Te i sca From Preceding Fase, | *! ” home 4 eritinos Realty, EX 2-8440 FOR HOMES THAT ARE MIGHTY FINE | /BETHESDA—DIREC T FROM own-| Echo fireho Sancam ore. 
COLORED—Gi OR NON-Gi - 4 BEDRO Ms 5 —— : - — —— 26 UNITS ER. Brick. slate roof. Exception-| | § left on Namakacan 
Seo own | COLORED D. 62 rae enough for the larsest fam-|  COORS Tn aT XW. YOUR CHOICE Consisting of 21 (1. cote] SHE Bice neleptethosd., j.atsees| peng, ' Carmen st. is 
‘ ve “24 , | ; , , ” aa dat id 3 (2-Bedrm. apt rec m. 3% baths, Cie to LAS E. BULLOCH 
: epiace. r hove loan ready | " , Bs . reer Efficiencies hoo] ‘ land ' S: 
tice meee ot $1] 300—G.I 2 "MODERN. BATHS rinmns. ite bathe Tull fin,” bemt SELECT THE HOME OF YOUR DESIRE PRICE, $249,000 ped. Fenced. y¥> Priced. fos tbe on a 
: , BRAND- ‘NEW KITCHEN si7! ke a * a. ’ ME -657% FROM THE CONVERTED BLDG [BETHESDA mene ee Cave Cod | 
rT ' L. 77-9772 


never I-30 ‘ic: bo OG bedrms. Ow 
| bet ! ctr —~ - Sindler Strip 4 UNITS ser uRSDA- T 
. {FD—ONEIDA PLACE NW 
° : nd as hea J 1-Bedrm. Units heat & rms 


} ar se fe ya t ~ SEMIDET. “BEAUTY” Ye ’ a P “frep aces a jor 
445) Texas Ave SE. yO eee tensed yore e : a eagle YOU ARE PERSONALLY PRICE, $16,000 Soult Bronce Ptes 855,00 eetineun 
‘A 8 


at : rr Rec ° in : 
Port Ipon , naster rn € n ij i7 Por fh ‘ . nw. } ~116¢ 
= in mor rit lor 1d Getalls on the above prop- |. ne <a , , . 
for a ‘bargain! po ly cy DU. mA 2459 , , » payment. CO 4056 il ¢ ca BETHESDA—Out Where the air ih NO MONEY DOWN 
hem ith cel JOSEPH KINSKY DORFMAN & co All er 9000 Eves. LA. 6- 1903, fre: 3-bedroom brick con . NON-VETS 
PF 


1101 Vermont Ave 5 3-531] 9 i rary ut ll-electric kitch 


wit An ~{ ; 
and shrubbery , . ao Gust 
uildren. | Living "room : egg En ge TO VISIT ALL OF OUR PROPERTIES Gace tee Ge Bes Ressler) large lot. G si space Beautiful OVELY RAMBLER. 3 DDR 
) 


basement. |. ‘COLOREO—PETWORTH KORZENDORFER, OL. 4-811) FENCED 


came, ied path. | ong on ware | 2.KITS.—$750 DOWN OPEN HOUSES TeaE hte fauna hee” ne | ERP nek ER a 


eae 5 ANT. . <9 , torm } 
. 4.5 ; : “Call Vr" Hankis <T + R NE " to Oa Ave carline Imn ' col ORED- MICHIGAN PK. Br THESDA }-bedroom brick Tam- 


ull ‘tiled basement fireplace . : , “ba © 
CK to elementary 


$795 Bowne FREDERICK W. BERENS rms detached | frame, of : Se Sattben tek ‘bam afte 2 ‘TIL 7 P.M 2-years-old. 'a-block to ¢lernen a : beste 

~ 9 3 brick: 6 large room: | SALES, Inc., NA, 8-5000 immediate sale. Pl ir 'T. | # % ure at ater 9. PLEASE CLIP “THE” SINDLER STRIP RE K RM. gown snd assume GI loan. By ow: MASS. AVE. AREA 

ast. | PIRST SECTION ° BETHESDA Direct by owner md Contemporary Rambler 
igt ra. DD jot 


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1 we, : een For on! Vv 9998 | you can move into 


SELECT UPPER N.W. AREA 
240 GALLATIN STREET N.W. 


|\Modern 6-room tapestry brick home, concrete porch 
electric kitchen with garbage disposal. Deen yard. Oas 


_ 
Knotty pine, heated recreation room. The home of your desire aie NATL” RPACey e. . . 
428 HAMILTON STREET N.W. IRE. 7-3531, UN. 4-3422| {2,90 gonaition on. '3 acres, coos —SRIGIEE BR asa ls 
. . ‘spe ora st. titable for 


Beautiful | — f-room. 2-family. white tapestry brick bome —_—— 

front orch, side-hall plar Private entrances 2 kitchens ‘ mick R fur ext Ho arece fa: 

Deep back yarc. Gas h-wh. Garage Fenced yard. Just : : APPROVED G 
BB eS | Corner Brick Residence | ji. *3, rt OVED Gi 


OPEN TODAY, 2-7 P.M 


— . in 4 BEDR 

— . ea : — SEMIDETACHED ‘7-room brick home. S6ide-hall plan concrete front 4 BEORMS > BATHS ULL TILE! 

COLORED —OPEN ALL. DA COLORED—OPEN 2 ‘tll DARK | COLORED _ COLORED— Vac aon ag Sa a Re BB ed WANTED “$18 = ‘ ’B-GROUN Rechbation 
ITH *, BATH. is ; 


iLEN P r R 
<0 R . Byam, 2 oe of y -o1 ' , 14°96 OPEN SUINDAY 4 O EN SUN DAY. bedrooms. Deep Anchor-fenced back yard. Double exposure Det ached 
UNBELIEV ABLE - $14,750 c™ ' CMI c BRIC garage A seturdily built home om eeekers Who can an- Cave Cod eautit 
. T ” ; a 'f nang [This ite Da emer . 


stone and trame 6400 eth ST, 1. W.| 2 BATHS 720 HAMILTON STREET N.W | Epacious $-rm: home. larse ‘iv: Communits 
¢ firepiace, auto 3-BEDR A BE IME ON N—2-family, 6-room bri ome, 2 kitchens. 2 baths, full!) ¢o-wall seting. sepai 
f N ‘D FLO $780 DOW ¢ ores Rome, © Eien , pel i ay BRADLEY HILLS 


; | ne floors ‘ toe . ' rw base t es h.-wl detached masonry earage;, ext D 
mp ine saywnere near the | 624 RIDGE RD. SE ann gy OO beauls , —t ) INGRAHAM Li " kiteh yard. ‘jovely oaks garden. Reasonabiy priced ee uti! n beds ss and 2 modern ) Cc i A ot tt aMEs I “DLEON 
01 HER , SPECIALS OPEN Mr Reaves. AD 4-3827. AD. 22-2080! dicen nine ? full deme, ot} of ; hs 0! oer Ba 2-LEVEL CONTE MPORARY 
oo Pe ne.— Detached COLORED bamt Gas hes rage Bes ry | S010 ILLINOIS AVENUE N.W laun s heat. in full length) Unusual pian. Picture living rm ROCK CREEK FOREST —Park rec. 
817 Hilltop Ter. SE te a s FRED EHRLICH |Spactous 20- ft., 4-bedroom. 7-room brick home, concrete front porch.| brick garace a! paved alley: sch maths Maids t te bedrm 


nve 
$12.500. 998 down baths Ma : ‘exe 
nw 


, 


s14 680 a! = . jside-hall plan, full dry basement, detached serage. Big back yard within @ block. trans. two blocks.| jiy home _ 30's 


Rock Creek OPEN, 2- 6 p M. U LTRA REAI TY . whe : vy *, | Aa outstanding home. Cali HO. 2 poue a Mr. Martin 
11.800 398 dr oe =F ‘Ol : ee }. TR ¥ Ca rs bour 
toes, 0008: | 17.950. Practically ‘ ; BUF? 2-4 716 INGRAHAM STREET N.W 45S ee 
aa le hor ih 3 bedrms : s. fire i. ’ 
; 5 3U $995 DOWN —Spacious 4-bedrodm, &-room brick home, side- {Look for the Red Rooster | HO 11 pe 
Jersey ave. o¢.—#195 - COLORE ct , | POWDER ROCs ON FIRST FLOOR Detached metal . | aiken MAS L. PH a iP ya 
wn * 6-2942 Lt 70848 | , ow 5 ; - ; ne (olen =$600 DO JWN | bee haw Len ~~ » | basement, gas h.-wh. Convenient to shopping and transportation (Campbell & Collier Realty Co.) ' st. ONE. WY -_ ¢ - 
. ol 2 eee. bent 74 4 ne rt dinine uipped a ETWESDA 4-bedrm., 2-bath bri oh bo os 
SRED— BROOKLAND | | $79.20, Princ., int., Taxes ho tal best ces’ ; 828 LONGFELLOW STREET N.W. 1605 Rhode island Ave NE. | "Cape cos, separate’ dine tim. fall) gM PO. 
foe ors 2 ba ths eens ; ' i hin 7-6145 a — , oat ' , : a etels redecorated modern 6-room LORED ba ement.! Man $18 950 + y . - ‘ onmia : 
. room, garece 612.500 - With 1 i Star t Packin Bx 7 5 ADR [AN ST ~ << ' alin . > ss ™ RCH , gas - “wa — hall ‘ 1 907 Westminster St NW. Ki RZ ENDOR} E R Ol 4-811) ut ij r 
42-1360 _—_ ~ ' } rear ig bac r jeal : ae 7 
~COLORED—DETACHED : 4. 1 block from Georgia ave, ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, shopping, FOR $500 CASH BETHESDA lor with trees, on 
transportation. You may che FHA PO. 2-4 By owne 
ROCKV! CLE 


$750 DOWN COLORED OR en ree Doren. Hee F : Sun : with 9 rms. b - : e 
1338 KENNEDY’ ST. NW. OPEN pool arena. and shop: Fee ae He Alte 806 MADISON STREET N.W. - %, ms hot-water | piarm., 2acbeth: gxpendibie rem-| | | ROCKVILLE ' 
38 KENNEDY » N ae & $13.00 is ‘ $795 down—Spacious 6-room brick home iP! us 2. ine! sed porches asement. situated on } but! sidin _- ‘os 
ving rn a. firepiace. | 5230 CENTRAL AVE SE ow $i OPEN SAT , SUN , 1-6 sas h.-wh. full is aoa JF +.% 7-8 aetnaned prick EUIGENE BRC Sh lomead deal fer tamil: ry 2 , m .. th 
rm. kitchen. 3 bedrms 1344 INGRAHAM ST. NW garage. 1 BLOCK OFF GEORGIA AVE _ SHOPPING. ‘AND TRANGSPOR - RPORATED _ ‘ma. children. Pri reduced t bath rse cio 
bemt., fee yard; J- ¢ ” sotaenee Te J - COMPLET ™ ¥Y REMODERNIZED |TATION. ideal home within your bud INCO nc 1 ~~ G2 genes ~ neserren.| hous be Is Gi appr 
D az. O. 2-757 : 


‘were = 2 gas . nneiitiee = NI FDECOr TED ° J 
REAC MOND REAL ESTATE | ATEING, “Dis. "3-408 | EN ist foo: Seaciour 1 vin Fm, with | 310 MISSOURI AVENUE N.W eee CR 


Nw FURNITURE INCLUDED $1,000 DOWN buy this 1 lat ad mod family. 8- mm | oe spewen Cal OL 2-0008 | leat 
NW — FURNITURE D ~ will y s immaculate ana mocern aanne y wees | A by owner. © ‘ : MA 
= REMIDETACHED tapestry brick home. 2 kitohens 4 reds 8} hall NOTHING DOWN Ss ran foreign {fi}. 
must dispo puickly. 2 bedr: FE 
rit ary " +, c" n ’ fine oS 


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U. 22-6161. Mrs. Harber, EM. 3-8875 | URN! 
— |-—s.=x-s = oe | $69 DOWN INC Mi Live mace wits letely 
"9250 GOWN » ae | COLORED— VACANT PREF COMPLETE BATHS equipn nt. ol. dispo , plan. Concrete front porch. Garage. Convenient to tran \sportat! om} MoO Pay MENTS ., RENT 
$ 4] ] iY, ISSOURI Ave NW. pete HENS. NEWLY DEC OR ATED et . he a floor 4 sep 8d shopping 4 s N 
S65 24th St. NE V. 2-J0¥e | twin si drms., 2 th ’ tor’ semid 4 %.bedr 
went Ve. saast | N SUNDAY, 1 | porch. a to attic. Lovely | 1332 MONTAGUE STREET N.W Sectern,  Seeausinals" redecorsted, 
in t Ve must | OPEN SUNDA . -6 |” COLORED OPEN ALL DAY r¢ : } os fro roh t “enti » - . % Anchor seneed wand | 

4000 ‘per year. Mr. | Attr. Colonial 6-room bric ° 2 , , ay land ad Spacious 4-bedroom, 8-room brick home. Enormous-size living | , ; apie 
x. } ff | bathe se. hig rm a . ~ | 28 D ST N WwW Wide room 5 Fee is a yg ————- — eee ee 224 loTH 6 z BETHESDA. dt NGATE 
“Col LORED- “OPEN “TODAY ww ht kit bed! " pereenes ’ OGERS REALTY CO. : in master bedroom. eally jocate etween Colorado acters, “Se 7 = Cape Ce n immaculate cot 
4901 ILL. AVE. N . gas hinw. heat, | 2/2 BATHS, REC. ROOM WA ® ROGE ae ee pietely redecorated rms. beth. i, beth Full bemt. New 


THE HOUSE THAT Athy erate Sef eT ICH rm a Set twin-st 4rms| COLORED. WOODRIDGE» 5129 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE NW. | 4809 13TH 6T. NW iy, Sgc0r-- wall-to-wall carpeting 
REAL! _* 6 Wisc. Ave., 


cad 


NEIGHBORS ADMIRE } : bs _ , Var a" 9.f fl ™ h —Modern 7 ‘ , : : " brick ° hed. “A 
EL ABORATE CORNER BRICK 1012 4 “J * NW on BU 3-0480 00! wus, shops rms.| OPEN SUNDAY, 1:30-5:30 front. poreh.. side- hall pian "S full kitenens. 2 1 hs. | r 3. full bemt.. Mt-im earess.) 3-2 bi) wr 
center — LZ. WE. 1931 JACKSON ST. NE. tip-top shape Recreation room. gas hot-water heat. Detached garage : 

= oe OPEN. 2 Tit, DARK COLORED—NORTHEAST $) 900 DOWN Ideally jocated near schools, buses and shopping “Realty Mortgage and VY Chase, Mary land occup. $1 a 
t-in @A- OPEN SAT.-SUN., 2-6 =|. rewels cistttoee det. home, 2 724 ONEIDA PLACE N Mad | Investment Co | 103 BRADLEY LANE ILVER § 

709 DE LAFIELD ST. _ eneGt. SES. Cet. Ga- v ' Modern 12-year-old sem detached brick home. l | 1004 Vermont Ave. NW en Sunday, 2 to 6 WOODSIDE. PARK 

: ROGERS REALTY CO ee mg Be ge PH kn Bagge Call for Appt. to show : cent brick ¢ PT_LUXURY RAMBLER 

Low G 53 Ramen" =o ee o — oar Q TA. 93-3459 i“ yr sverioeki 7. = r feris ts , 
o > laundry room eautifulle landscaped yard. Exceptiona] rm fered Sunday ; 
TODAY 28 B. "SYDNOR REALTY CO. ae - 
512) 3RD STREET NW. TA. 9-6706, 


to 
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1434 WEBSTER ST. NW. | 818 SHEPHERD STREET N.W ~ Colored Gi, $250 Dr. 


$598 DOWN-—Specious 7-room brick home ide- hal 7 POWDER FORT DU Pt INT HI 


detached garage, ‘4, block off Georgia ave. transportation years oid new “he muse al 


vre d modern row 
“ gly Fenced, 2s 


tty “pine ree. | 6000 N. Dakota N W., CHAPMAN REALTY CO | + dzoon pene) OF coose\s. and shopping : | 7m L owes wn: ment n a 
’ OPEN, 2-6 ramic tile bath. ise. living rm. | 4807 ILLINOIS AV NW town. Call NOW Mis COX \ ullt-in garace 
Mr Thompson. TU. 2- 3232. Attractive brick home situated up- HU. 3-33 16 ) 4. t porch. b mt with front and Vacant—8-rm., 2-famils brick home on oe | wide boulevard: side-| £43 ry c Ph te _ ATLAS cole a first 7 
~6284 N. W. section. Lge. corner it a ick earage, | ball plan; detached garage. full bsmt.; sas h.-w_h.; 4 rms. on each floor. | “COLORED ; 
recreation rm. 2-bedrm. homes. GI! ROGERS REAL TY CO \Convenient to shopping. Bus at door schools CO 

600 BLK. MASS. AVE. NE. 


rms., living 
PEN TODAY 2-8 te : wi a . 
oF. Ons, Shor ~ Dm o rem! 8-0904 TA. 9-3459 | 
3145 NEWTON c+ NE.| £22: mel shor a | PKKIND on. rn » | TA Bee EN OO oe 5018 NORTH CAPITOL STREET SPACIOUS 6-ROOM BRICK 
$12.500. $1000 DOWN gas bh Man: i ima a aie iin —O ee | =p + Ave. Modern 6-rm. brick home. pete Svens bere om > s 
(4,90, OI VV ecreens — 4 extras. : 5003 - 7 aa] [an Ore Te -| studio-size living rm. bie back yard. modern tile kitchen and bat 
DET.—WOODRIDGE 3 ores. enerifion | COLORED OR WHITE ACACIA OFFERS A premium home. Convenient to shopping. Bus at door. Schools. rr : hat s Dt -" om a pa x. Dele 
817 . $16.950 : OPEN, 2-6 | 91 UNDERWOOD ST. NW. 910 DELAFIELD PLACE N.W ifered—so call pow Mr Bon ut. Le $2 0 Nl gate o vey rd. x 
, _— ‘i LU. 2-81 i _. Domer, SANI yOZ. iNe , U 
Trypan] PLANT E GORDON, INC ALR Behe id hoa sami | A oe ag ny a Bae ee - y “agr| WOODSIDE REALTY CO. 
ath | Demt. Os a idetache ric x fr ; , . — nev “LUSIV [TORS 
é. i. Browu, ro "s-0230, | 3208 14m Bi {2. $-0837 | Gemidetached brick, 2, raths..2/ Small Down marek 5134 7th STREE KN. W. a a we TL Oo 
riced } “94 THI Beautiful semidet. modern ric i : a] ’ 10d - 100 me pet 
CAMU EL Cc "REYNOL DS Co. MODERN Dt . BRICK ri s ° 30 “BEE J years old fenced j gem direct _ from owners . - aD 
590 Ga. Ave NW _ y $1509 why N lent condition. Out Kans ri om, éenormous-size gredrooms full daylight basement DE.| guici . on y Li +5, aye rokers, please, 
Ol ~— co ‘- eull bamt. wit No. Capitol st. to Und BRICK GARAGE. ovely corner, Anchor-fenced ot ee _— : 1312, ce 
OLOF RAMBLERS! | ! bedrms.. tile bath, full , hed br | Cunningham. eves FA. 9-903 Reasonaly priced, $13,950 ; Cc. or Md? Cal IDNEY. © Unusually at 
: LU. } ; e Dric) Dial with center 


oe SIT TENMOUSE ST. #4, PS bath. Gas eee eee aie . rt OS oso” WH. 6-6579 
= Ay. * South way Realty Co. | "| fa m electric Kit. with « 738 & 744 HILLTOP TER. SE. | 5109 8th STREET N.W y 2-98 me rR 
ears t ae oes M ; 7 - $900 DN., _ $80 PER MO. | $7958 DOWN—Immaculate 6-room brick home. full drv basement. gas} Spc t Cash for Your ne 
= five. | COLORED 667 50 PER 0 U h.-w.h modern tiled kitchen Detached metal, garage. Home kept! COX & CO RE 
. per. KNOTTY PINE BSMT. . yr. =< arn : i-cdet mo ang pampered Total price. §13.950 HIGHEST ire Mr. I J n 
$2 ; . > . . oA ' v¥ i rk earbas ’ ¢ ispe i as : in : r Del) e . 811) T 
P Open 3-5. 24 Buchanan & NE . , ; " fs . enced ; . —~ 
Hamp ave. to) Only $260 doun if ver makes s5090/ Perideiaches, rm uo neat. : to i st Fight to Als | 2745 Sth STREET N Ww. Paaee 20 price tor DC CHEVY Ys HAs 
MR. DOVE, LI. 4-0965 eves.) fenced yard. 8! hall plan. modern kitchen. modern bath. 2 sings ‘Col Mr. 1 gind! ‘comn 7 ra 


SI—$500 iN] COLORED nome | } t . ‘i in laree ' . of $16.950 
} DOWN $83 38 MO i DETACHED. CORN ER mm R,-- $2000 down. | gous 8: $19 S00 R. * “2 |ROOM ON ist FLOOR modern electric etshen basement gas| Reau ul cor 
; 


Z tty 


in : gas . ‘i ’ — 
1706 D St N 3 — Vacant ly located, 1 block off Georgia ave. schools, transportation | “QUICK AC TION | ¢ dea 


INGRAHAM ST. NW and shoppi ne 3 . ‘ 
| sen hed rm} HOME Se INCOME PLEASE CLIP “THE” SINDLER STRIP ee Ot eg Ta 9-7168_ | “@UEVY CHASE, MD 
we : DIRECT FROM one fs PORSET AVE (SOMERSET) 


. OPE > ac pen ace. % 
mn : nor r 4 . . » . n . 

coms be | espom rooms, }i¥. 11 ie ale ‘ ft So os . harcs a oftt SECOND SECTION ia ene ian 

ps or PRINCG 


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2 LEL ) BATHS > din. rm. mod. kit. huge | ree aw recreat ra os > Asking 13.950. M 
: t c " - i BUILT-DD mocern in eve etal) det. sar Asking } 
iL. asphalt tile floor, attr.| with raneh. type fence sUTL LL 3 ANEY : SSppreciae, MR. HILL, DE CHOICE NE. NEIGHBORHOOD 
a2 - ‘ ; : . patio ‘ : . Sa wi * { 3. of j-bedrm ' re a lispos , | 
B&L joan. pay- SMALL DOWN PAYMENT 411 11th STREET NE in sod BR sine }. Oe.| fares rec. room. gash , wate sPRINGELELD a 
RIGGS "REALTY Lith § ‘. ser 1714 3 ST. S = $750 down—7-Tfoom britk home, 2 kitchens. 2 baths. gas heat. garage Co v. 29-8136 of ST }. 368 1 - on a a nf. rit mt. Cape 


: : nw as = . ; ’ x b 
Magnificent ore! : ° , x 4404 iy - wa ~ pes : ; LF , Close to echools and transportation. Assume Gil joan Low monthiy|-~ : ; : 7 
ba 2450 5* —3- . “7 -F . al ¥ 6-rm. row bri olon! aeeante is SPOT CASH fiect . " - - 


: ear. rirep.. 7 COLORE -¢ ' sem : rant orc} , o} . 
Siar Seal : 4 zi Gli SPE TAL | woe. rms. a ths, pin ree... ¢ : th, 7 hower, 3  imel uh | 3404 17th STREET NJ 3 ai Stem) BU ye ee tpspec tk | a bavis I AE TK 
1020 CRITTENDEN ST NE. estron €0., + —_— . 2-06 tarage Mre “Campbell ‘4 . | 788 nT ee are. m tee eds. Pies becties ACA oH U ’ cK OR = cc At ; ROD caps /4 rly LAM RD. 
OPEN, 2-6 P.M | COLORED—NORTHWEST | ACACIA, REALTY CO. Sf Weedridee, Bear transportation an@ shopping | wes WeasT AL TY = | $750 “D, oo | Talpeoved ent 4-Poom 
Tate modern comides. brick home OPEN SUNDAY, 2T06 | 14614 3724 17th PLACE NE | Own" 
RENT OR SALE eum | ALL BRICK FULL BS MT. | 


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t beyond x "Open $30, du , KORZE NDORFE! 


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— 3 spacio is ‘bedrms ~ i- 1222 LONGFELLOW ST. COL.—BY OWNER _ detach ed 5-rm Lavelle detached 6 home many outstandine features 
th. Pp ‘ pun¢galow’ fir . . ~ POWDER mOOns ON "Fins "FLOOR 1e@s rin =e iehout Pull | arex.—5 rms anc bath ul. m }-bedroon custom -bu 
oF } Di - etached meta! % a Me rans or attrac ® oorne ; 
eer private dr veway. Ho me located in choice section of Woodridge. Pas C.J TE 6- 6443 ‘anytin I room full t 
se m.. ¢ rm. ow n ; wel 913 © b st =|" “7 th and Otis ats. B.¢ LANGLEY PR. s~bearn we dt Cather tT Ma a har at Lo _ | pusher : c 
"READMOND REAL ESTATE ¢ lumbing : 4 yard,| , COLORFD—PORT DUPONT — ee Seen ee eun.| SIGUE 3 CO O. 4-838: oe Mr ling, Geith 
ZV..2-6361, Mrs. Harber 2- i072 | Phar ; car brick S | [) WN Lovely corner LA ,22¢ SuREST NE. Anchor-fenced y. with ell ct cone. 3 bedrms cat NTRY cit B AREA —9-rm. bricl TWINKROOK “FORES! 
Se avely orn om ] nenor- y, + ’ . ac wn. 4 1 : athe hedr 
COLOR RED = H GREENE ‘REALTY CO. 426 ATLISON oT. yard beautiful fi wer garden Immec late home. Seotaring sl-ciestris ¢| be $85 7 Hig! ghbridge. 3 fr opts. l 
: > 2 KI HENS he hotty pit ne den. recreation room, full basement s h.-w -— -—9 astle eberry roker J . . 
WOODRIDGE dial wii ei Y etart Pasting’ . . -- = | $89. 50 Per Mo. + ‘bedrooms. An outstanding home at the corner of 22nd and Otis sts., | 6- aM. HO OUSE—$135 mo. oF small ome to 1. Many custom eddie 
enn] S-rm. semiqdes, brick. lee , lin choice Woodridge down pymt. will buy: located 2 mi.| 7 LEN Pore HGTS.—Brick ram-| tion ming pool Membership: 
tester 0 nS. ~¥ —- oa 2 bsmit A om e- OPEN TODAY i TO 5 ) beyon Meipar on. Ar bive. b] "One den _ full} um on loar $15,500, 620 
J J v . | | -887 or k& ' sim or dea. lot Inder s20°000 Gowen. A ; 180. 
7 ; ean 2-be 


bedrn nny A ad, — — gas neat 
rmica AWA, . «} ow ft 1 Pp 
rm 110 


ry? 


be appreci ated: 


oe hotel 


rages deep Sei ced yard | 
f Immaculat rodern , hom 79 WN—Modern de ! 5-room tapestry brick home; gas heat, . HOUSES 67MD. aa lea ~ 
5203 KANSAS AV E. me 1x a p, Bees r fol): ‘ 2 'S b basement . So nen. modern bath, concrete porch SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 07 | ~ HILLANDALE ool. Fenced level one "7 
ara BATHS 2 APTS tiled nh ou mit wit d neat Deep back yard Reasonabiy priced MARYLAND w ver : , mows OO cash, 
s. 2 POWDER RM. ON IST FLR 7 ney ns le 4-4593. ME. §-1581 
Kotame $13,000 GI REC. RM. EXTRA RSMT RM C “HILLEY 2 CO. 2634 EVARTS STREET N.E. NEAR ANNAPOLIS off 
“ isth et. NW ta B-rm. brick ige j ro in. rm.| $495 down—Corner bungalow, lovely shrubs seme | rooms. pasewese 00 bullt cd brick rambier 
. 4 ‘ ’ ight | - t te Brown st  Figh lat te bedr: hell ol] - -wh ‘DU. 7-800 _AP __7-4848 jf! : family-sized kitchen, .all rooms on ist floor; 2 e Foes $11.5 r i rm., specious ell- 
ot. Be an Irs ne. he . oe pone fre, why k ear ee . rete ining room full basement, hot-water heat. House located oad tin eae bungalow. | elec. kitchen saree. ree, rm. sfirces. a 
Joctt & SENNE1 | co EO M BERNSTEIN co EAI TY, TA 9-7 8 ! WOODRIDGE oe bearm pacer sind ly insule ted | home to see today r shi j full Bsmt 
__DI. 71-4244 Eves. TA. 9-1699° CO. 5-3533"9 ‘til 9 COLORED DETACHED BEAUTY 2214 RAND PLACE N_E. vier over inlet and| ROBERT 1. LOWERY, JU. 9-9200 » and « beautifully fenced yard 
. ets DETA \CHED 2004 PERRY ST. NE 13998 DOWN—Lovely 4 m modern kitchen Be\ ern ep water = end KENSINGTON arty. “Mn HAR Cox 
COLORED RAMBLER OPEN TODAY 2-6:30 jmodern bath, fireplace in ivi roo i garage: full dry| of pier which is on property. sdee: CAPE COD duiira +150 
— 725 ONEIDA PL. NW. pameses ate 6-rm. hore coneret e|basement with knotty-pine recreation room. Gleaming hardwood floor r. 
prea’, pe reh ' over ere = arage. | throughout. You'll love this home : SOUTH BOUND SHORES $] ] 750 G] 
A : : ee bedr eautiful ly andscape jowers ga- »! , 
45 ] 3 Blagden ve. NW. aay ‘ . Ww ° wal ' ore AND. PRIC MF te Ae dih | 1603 KEARNY STREET N E $12. 500 lient condition; near shopping | , 
ting ec. on eas heat ' Price INSP! CCT IC Mrs. Turner on ridge area-—Detached Cape Cod, concrete porch year-aroun bungalow ansportation pmnpretely | af 
© ] D - ey ™! CLAYTON CO. "CERTIE M TURNER P ‘ — water heat S (full bath, on ist floor). Deep yard. Garage 46, ta be + jownstail ‘| 
pen - ar ras - } [ l, , 
7909 G ve N W. TU. 2-8312 
Bracious S.vear-cld Rambler. located across from Rock Creek Park _—— ~ © Georeia A > aie 34 BUCHANAN ST. N E 
able and substantial neighborhood. Twin sized bed- $998 down-—Modern detached brick home; full basement. eonrcrete “ Or 
: et Li ing room with y wepsece large dining room opening front porch, sas h.-wh 2-car detached garage, modern kitchen, | ae a 2 ’ na- mbier, top cond.; rn Wik ATON - LENMONT. sic HOM 
modern bath. Extrer nel clean ict ind: « $2 $69 mo. | 


nto pe baths, completely equipped. All-elec. kitche IN- ‘ } i oon Gs 
TERIOR “HAS BEEN COMPLETELY. REDECORATED | d indo wes pens it ¥s sleairt 
Colore 4808 FT. TOTTEN DRIVE NE Tem find road: large community | @veilookin 
len if f | Walk Inte luxury—Semidetached brick home. has many edded features,| pier and sangy beac | bamt.. ige 
ares ee Qu - - Blagden Ave ——Colorado Ave N W 3 spacious bedrooms, full ad it. mirrored ae ween naeey- JESSE tose "ADAMS > & co., INC, storm , windows 1 ' 

. ' ’ creation room with modern built-in bar and upholstered furni- porch: attached gar; ¢on 
PIRFCTIONG: Out 14th Bt. te Decatur. turn left 2% Ddlocks te ng Detached aapeae An interesting home REALTOR cated ‘OL “8873; only 816.500 
Blagden AO@® (Dead End) and left to Open sign and property Edge of Rock Creek Park. 122 SOUTH ST. oe 

Open Sunday 12-5 2617 FRANKLIN STREET NE. CO. 3-7104, EVES., 3-6348 “AENENGTON ape nds, ate sh | 
Dp y 8495 down-—6-ROOM MODERN ROW BRICK WOME. concrete front $15.000. GI financing available. KOR- 
rch. side-hall plan: 3 bedrooms, modern kitchen, modern bath, {full An Aru lel ZENDORF ER . OL 4-8111 ' “tl 9 


KENSINGTON - =. Cape 


Thomas H. Ryon 


NJ . R b| basement. gas h.-w.b.; $13,950 
ew split levels—Kambiers ve Pict AR BEVERLY BEACH | 

‘ reflective “'nzoce| § 
Colored N.E. $25,500 'to $27,500 GIVE YOU MORE FOR YOUR HOME DOLLAR apection ev Ohart rd: besu-| $19:950. Ww 


NA. 8-4972 Eves. LU. 2-4586 


i] 
George Ave. LO. 5-7200 ‘tll $ 9:30 WH 
IT’S A FACT 


| home; « b ; , 
CUSTOM BUILT Select your lot now reel WE CATER TO THE HOME BUYER ied het get “convertible $00 DOWN ae 


1s or E FINEST AREAS IN THE CITY OF ’ 


IS ONF TH 
D t h d GTON. PRICES AROUND US AVERAGE 640 000 and $50,000 A BONDED LICENSED REAL ESTATE BALBSMAN . . 
eTtacne “OPEN” HOUSE Wharf rd. at t 
; OUR SPLIT LEVEL HOME PEATUR ES AT EVERY “OPE! Us ; © 3904 oF Sow - 


New Split Level STEP-DOWN LIVING M._FPULL DINING ROOM. All, ELEC. |oweey HOMES CAN ALSO BE SEEN WEEKDAYS BY APPOINTMENT | for supointment 
p e's NT APPLIA} "3, BEDROOMS AND 2 PULL COUNTY REALTY CO. 


$21,500—$3,000 DOWN ROUGHED-IN DEN AND FULL, mor ee HO. 2-1257 113 DRUM POINT RD. WHEATON 
OUR RAMBLFERS PR ATURE. “BUY A BSINDLER HOME AND OWN A PIECE OF AMERICA” 4 wo eee widens 
OPEN SUNDAY 12 ° 5 P.M. MENT wi ane ; DROOMS. BATH. POWDER OOM Ae WE SELL SALEABLE HOMES—LISTINGS INVITED . * 


HoT OINT APPLIANCES. @TEP.- WN ‘ : ; 
49TH PLACE AND AMES 8ST. NE 2 A SINING ROOM @OLID (4naa WALL TRE- 2+story, 7 ¥ms., Brick Cape Cod with living room, separate dining room, 


CHARLES CO. 
' . OM. 3%. . acres Lovely shade trees, od room let tloo r 
(JUST OFF NEW EXPRESSWAY—10 MIN, DOWNTOWN) egerait SINDLER REALTY CO acti: eee ee ee ae esa an tell bacsient el aoa 
A SARGA Ns 9 Ps 
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entrance, 


“THE HOUSE OF HOMES” foo: 3-st0r cae sont TRADE CONSIDERED 


pletely modernized: 914- ft, % Dir: Out Viers Mill Road to Parkiand Dr. lentrance to 


: lore Pl. 
fining oom path. se Daylight See our Sample home today N MBER ONE aes Ss thee D Wheaton City) right to Grenoble, ieft to home,13406 
basement ~ Beautiful jote. ‘Close to echools, ont block to irections: ut 16th at. N.W. to Blagden ave ft on sentet M. m perty, Sac enob : 
oa. pin st st. righ ve jagden Terrace. left to model home at ase error bh 000; libere Gr le Drive, 
DIRECTIONS. sr Benning rd., left en Central ave. ne. to 49th pl. Ww. REODS ISLAND ae rome mae eaeusallace tes =: RESIDENCE DENCE R. A. HUMPHRIES 


me’ de H. Gross Construction, Ine Blagden Homes Inc. TA. 9-241]  HO.2-1257 a8 ms 2 Mass. Ave. N.W. ‘Realtor NA. 8-5020 


LU. 4-0282 Continued on Following Pare. 


Beautiful brick split level home. 25-ft. living room with 
fireplace. Imagine 21-ft. all-electric dream kitchen— Most lots face Rock Creek Park 
breakfast resma and built- da bar. eye-level oven, ° 


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ontgomery County 


SALE SUBUKS. HOUSES 67MD. 


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SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD. SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD. SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD. 


MARY 
Montgomery County 


= Parochial School 
} Late my brick rambler B. 
condition Fen 
Convenient 4 sheo- 
Price $13.5 


SELL” 


oo cent 


“MUST 


By Appointment Only 
FOREST HILLS, D. C. 


Exclusive residential area: oniy 15 
eevera! 


nutes downtown: 


4 Bdrms.—$78 Mo. 
$10, 950 


(Mm. 122.). 


MARYLAND 
Count 
TELEVISION 


in this 3-bedroom brick Ce. 
jonial, located In wooded 
Wheston. Living room, sa tt 
fireplace, sacreen pore 
water heater, Jat bsmt 
— yard G 

including taxes and insu! 


ery desirabie 2-story 


SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD. 


jaree cor. jot: 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD ~ 
Sunday, April 29, 1956 


SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD. 


381,000 
Daily 
Circulation 


F , 
Feil-priced 3- and 4-bedrm. homes To qualified vets, 
i 


ments incl. taxes and in 
Cape : ae anytime 
R N INC.. 


” CLOSE- IN LOCATION 
i rey, me features 
hiv - ichor fence alum awnings 
afr , ned doors an 0 
. a te " lac modern 
| om men Enoity. pine 


iy other features 


Owner - i. 
—— 
ve.y 


already ranging from 


avallabie for your inspection Rea. 


De Luxe Brick Rambler 
OPEN, SUN., 1 TO 6 


1611 60th Ave North Enstevoos 
This 60217 


500 
sermn!-detached: 
hs oe BO ee. Too Be BL Charming white brick Cape Cod. 
gize 13x13: 2 
rochial 5 home 
neluding settlement; 
taxes. O 4- 
JOHN R, HOKE. 


means quicker sales results 


for Washington Post and 


eal family Dome with 
emi ami ing club met 
LO. 5-2196 


sh 
FREDERICK. Ww. BERENS 
SALES, Inc NA. 8-5000 


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An nish type rambler CO. WA. 7-2400. 


ra 
nd doors; ad 
i sfg.osb fnmed. 
on 4-47 
: tk LY AREA—Artistic &pa- 
3 bedrm e. 


Times Herald classified ad- 


under $30,000 
WOODLEY PARK, D. C 


Attractive semidet 
wergman- walls 


grounds + ¢ 
x! chen vertisers. To place your ad 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


—_—_—_—_—_—_—————_—SXK—VXX—_ 
Prince Georges County | SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67MD. 
20D : 
ADELPHIA Rises rd $12 950 $390 to Capito! 7.8333 "TIL 9 . MARYLAND 
bedrm. rambler’ jajousied: | ORL _—- .. PK—1 bedrms. 2% Prince Georges County 


(ome bedrm. brick. Sep. din 
ep ace j acns nea; | 
City Wide Realty. | EXCEPTIONAL VALUES 
WES T HYATTS VILLE 


7950. OPEN BUN 
“l§11. 000, $300 dn. to vets 


A518 
$59.49 MO PLUS TAXES & 
INSURANCE 


SEAT PLEASANT 

NO MONEY DOWN 
NON-VETS 
2-BEDROOM__ SEMI 


Lovely 
' ta ltor 
Tecreation | Miles of View | JU. 8-8600 | 


cated just off) _— — — 


conventional or Gl 2 ACRES ‘| OOK! pf 


‘CALL MR. GOTTLIEB RICK MAMA ER 
TODAY, 12 TO 4 P. M. of eee — 500 ae MO., GI Incl Vanes, 
Mi) ; 


LEGUM & GERBER 
—EM 2-9000 3315 Conn Ave 


BOYDS—NR. NEW A.E.C = 
3-bedroom hom