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The Weather 


Today and Monday—Some cloudiness 
but mostly sunny and quite warm with 
chance of scattered afternoon or eve- 
ning thundershowers. High today near 


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Get the facts about Estes Kefauver— 
one of the most vigorous candidates 
for the Democratic presidential nom- 
ination—featured today on Page El in 
the Outlook Section of The Washington 
Post and Times Herald. 


AY 13, 1956 


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Tydings’ 
Victory Is 


Conceded 
By Mahoney 


Maryland Primary 
Loser Promises 
To Support Fight 
To Unseat Butler 


George P. Mahoney con- 
ceded defeat yesterday by 
former Senator Millard F. 
Tydings in last Monday's 
close Democratic senatorial 
primary race. 

He sent a telegram to Tydings 
“expressing my best wishes for 
victory in the general election” 
and promising support. In re. 
sponse. Tydings predicted that 
“with the two of us working 
together” the Democrats could 
recapture the seat now held by 
Republican Sen. John Marshall 
Butler 

Mahoney said “it not 
now appear reasonable” to an- 
ticipate that the official results 
would change the outcome of 
the election. 

Both candidates received 76 
unit votes. Such a tie is broken 
on the basis of the popular 


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vote. Tydings won on the basis 
of a margin of about 7500 votes 
over Mahoney | 

The officials canvass of the 
yotes has not been completed 

Mahoney said that neither he 
nor his aides has contemplated 
asking a recount. “I have sim- 
ply been awaiting the outcome 
of the official canvass,” he said 
in a statement issued at Balti- 
more. “In the present case. 

I felt it was only common sense 
to rely on official figures 

“Although that canvess is not 
fully complete, it does not now 
appear reasonable to anticipate 
any significant change in the) 
election results or to further 
delay this statement.” | 

Reached at his vacation re] 
treat at Hot Springs, Va.. Tyd-' 
ings said he was gratified by’ 
Mahoney's telegram. Asked 
about his campaign plans, he 
said he “hasn't given them a 
thought yet.” | 

Mahoney, in his statement,’ 
said that he and his supporters 
had hoped to avoid a serious 
primary contest “to further 
the Democratic Party's chances 
for victory in November.” 

With Tydings’ entry in the 
race tha: “proved impossibie,” 
he continued, at which time “ 
resolved to conduct a campaign 
which would create no per- 
manent division in the Party 
“That mech, at least, has been 
accomplished,” ‘ye said 

Tydings received word of Ma- 
honey’s concession statement 
after returning from a round of 
golf. 

He referred to Mahoney, a 
Baltimore paving contractor, as 
“a marvelous vote getter.” 

“Both Mr. Mahoney and |! 
conducted a campaign without 
any bitterness,” Tydings said 
“His sportsmanlike request of 
those who supported him in the 
primary to vote for me in the 
general election is greatly ap- 
preciated. ... I want to thank 
Mr. Mahoney for conducting a 
high-type campaign and for his 
generous offer of support to all 
Democratic candidates in the 
coming election.” 

Canvassing of the 
meanwhile, added to Tydings’ 
margin. In Baltimore's Fifth 
District unofficial returns had 
given Tydings a 405-vote edge, 
but the official figures in- 
creased his lead by 200 votes. 


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you're sure to find living 
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taste and pocketbook in the 
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tions and the Real Estate 
Section of The Washington 
Post and Times Herald 


Turn sow to today’s Want 
Ad and Real Estate Sections 
for the bouse or apartment of 
vour choice. 


The white-flowering dogwood 


its delicate beauty throughout the area. | 
The blossoms are bursting forth in Rock 


is spreading 


Insurgents Routed 


Major Parties Sweep — 
To Victory in Primary 


By Grace Bassett 
Sta Reporter 


The local Democratic and 
Republicaw organizations’ 
scored decisive triumphs over! 
independent groups in the elec-! 
tions to city committee posts,’ 
official figures released by the 
District Board -of Elections 
showed yesterday. ) 

Partial unofficial returns had 
been available on national com-' 
mitteemen and delegate races,) 
the results of which were con- 
firmed by the release of the 
official count. Figures in the 
cily committee races were re- 
leased for the first time yester- 

ay. 

All but two of the 26 elected 
to Democratic Central Commit- 
tee in the May 1 voting were 
indorsed by the existing cfty| 
organization. The only two to 
win without Committee indorse- 
ment were Independents Robert 
R. Nathan and George L. P.) 
Weaver, who ran as members of 
Americans for Democratic 
Action in support of a liberal 
platform 

Of the 24 others, 21 were in- 
dorsed by the Stevenson organ- 
ization as well as the city com- 
mittee. Three Kefauver sup-| 
porters also won city committee 
indorsement. They are Small- 
wood E. Williams, Frank D. 
Reeves and Esther L. Cooper- 
smith 


All 25 of the elected Repub-| 


lican State Committee were on 
the official Committee slate 
Two candidates indorsed by in 
surgent George P. Lamb 
trailed badly 

Though trailing -major op- 
ponents by nearly 10,000 votes, 
Lamb asserted the 8000 Wash- 
ingtonians who voted for him 
'were “forceful proof” that the 
Old Guard needed revitaliza- 


ition 


George L. Hart Jr. State 
Committee chief, dismissed 


Lamb's “attempt to ride on the 


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coattails of Committee candi: 
dates.” He said the election) 
results showed the confidence | 
of Republicans in their organi- 
zation. 

More than 75 per cent of the 
registered voters went to the 
polis in the city’s first election 
in 82 years, according to Newell 
Ellison, Board of Elections 
chairman. He estimated the 
total vote at 45,601, 

Of these, 23,888 were Demo- 
crats and 21,713 were Repubili- 
cans. 

Precinct by precinct returns 
were not prepared, Ellison said 
He planned to ask District Com- 


Lecal Election Stories 

Detailed D. C. Primary re- 
turns, Page D-20; Vote board 
problems reviewed, Page 
E-2. 


missioners for money or people 
to get out the neighborhood 
voting figures. 

Democrats polling biggest 
totals were Mrs. Todd Duncan, 
with 17,842 for a Committee 
seat; and Margaret Just Butch-| 
er, who led the race among con- 
vention delegate candidates 
with 17,306. 

On the Republican ballot, 
Robert V. Fleming scored 18,553 
for local committeeman; and 
Samuel Spencer, 18,101, for 
convention delegate 

The tally showed that dele- 
gates pledged to Adlai Steven- 
son maintained their 4-to-1l 
lead over those pledged to Sen 
Estes Kefauver. 

J. C. Turner, president of the 
local Stevenson for President 
Club, said the “overwhelming 
victory for Stevenson” was im- 
portant because of the repre- 
sentative population of the 
Federal city. 


‘exclusive United Press 


Staff Photo 


Dogwood Blossoms Beautify Washington Area 


Creek Park, along county lanes and on the 
lawns and gardens of many homes. 
another color photo and story on Page A22.) (tatkin passed the “ultimate 


Burke Reveals 
Navy Now Can 


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DropH-Bombs 


“Is Able to Deliver 
New Weapon Almost 
Anywhere, He Says 


By John W. Finney 
United Press 


The Navy's carrier - based 


‘planes are capable of deliver- 


ing a hydrogen bomb attack on 
enemy targets. 
Adm. Arleigh A. Burke, 


Chief of Naval Operations, 
stated this emphatically in an 


view, the first official acknow!l- 
edgement that the Navy could 
deliver the H-bomb. Hereto- 
fore, the Navy has claimed only 
A-bomb capability for its car- 
rier planes. 

The interview was granted 
before the emergence of the 
Air Force's latest differences 
with the Administration over 
whether the Navy can fill in 
gaps in this country’s strategic 
bombing capabilities. 

But the Navy claims appar- 
ently were in President Eisen- 
hower's mind when he cited the 
“tremendous” airpower of the 


Navy as one reason it is not’ 


necessary to match Russia in 
production of land-based inter- 
continental bombers. 

The Administration position, 
also voiced by Defense Secre- 
tary Charlies E. Wilson, has been 
challenged indirectly by Gen. 
Nathan F. Twining, Air Force 
Chief of Staff. Twining told a 
Senate Appropriations Subcom- 
mittee Friday the Navy's stra- 
tegic striking power would be 
“small” because the range of 
carrier-based planes is “rela- 
tively short,”“and because naval 
airpower would be largely ab- 
sorbed at the start in winning 
control of the air 

In the interview Burke was 
asked whether, in the light of 
the Administration's increasing 


See NAVY, Page A-16, Col. 3 


Traffie Fleed Feared 


Mayor Proposes ‘Human Barricade’ 


To Block Pike Opening at Rockville 


(Map on Page B-5) 
By Shirley Elder 


Siaff Reporter 


A, 


Rockville Mayor Dickran Y. 
|\Hovsepian yesterday warned 
\that the city will erect “human 
| barricades” if necessary to 
block the planned opening of 
the newest leg of the Washing- 
ton National Pike next week 
at Montgomery ave. 

City officials fear hopeless 
traffic jams would result from 
| the leg being opened before 
the next stretch, a mile and a 
i balf piece to Montrose rd., just 
south of Rockville, is ready for 
use. 

Hovsepian said the Commis- 
sion had assured him two years 
ago that the new four-lane 
limited access highway would 
be extended to the Montrose 


4 


rd. interchange 30 to 45 days:whether to extend Monroe st.’ 


‘after the leg at Montgomery 
ave. is opened. 

Now, he said, according to a 
letter received yesterday from 
Russell H. McCain, chairman 


across the new pike. 
While businessmen and city 


officials protested .the Com 
mission's plan to close Monroe 
st. work continued on the 


inter-| 


Checkup Shows Ike 
In Good Condition 


Case Figure, 
Reinstated 


Namer of Mikheev 
Ordered Restored 
To Non-Sensitive 
Post in Air Force 


By Murrey Marder 
Stal Reporter 

Air Force Secretary Don- 
ald A. Quarles personally re- 
stored Sidney Hatkin to duty 
yesterday .n the “non-sensi- 
tive” post from which he was 
suspended more than 14 
months ago as a security risk. 
Quarles acted speedily after 
|@ morning conference with the 
‘Air Force statistician’s at- 
‘torney, Joseph H. Freehill. 

Freehill argued in a brief 
presented on Wednesday that 


test of loyalty” last February in 
reporting to the FBI while 
under suspension that he was 
approached for information by 
a Russian now identified as 
Viadimir P. Mikheev of the So- 
viet Embassy's military mis- 
sion. ; 
| Quarles said he concluded 
that Hatkin, a Federal employe 
| since 1940, cannot be restored 
‘to the “sensitive position” he 
held before April, 1954, han- 
dling secret data on guided mis- 
siles and aircraft. 

But he said Hatkin can go 
back to the non-sensitive job, 


with full back pay for his pe- 
riod of suspension. 


Doctors Report 


Hatkin, Risk “s** Fear Demonstrations 


U. S. 6th Fleet Visit 


To Crete is 


ATHENS, May 12—A pro 
\posed visit of American naval 
units to Suda Bay, Crete, this 
‘month has been canceled at 
the suggestion of the Greek 
Foreign Ministry, a United 
States Embassy spokesman an- 
‘nounced here today 

No reason for the cancella- 
tion of the visit by units of the 
Sixth Fleet was given But 
the newspaper Vima earlier to 
day published a report from 
Crete saying that the Greek 
naval high command had 
requested that American sea- 
men should not go ashore dur- 
ae visit because of “certain 
public opinion and emotion ow- 
ing to the execution of two 
Cypriots.” 

The two Cypriots reférred to 
were Michael Karaolis and An- 
dreas Demetriou, who were exe- 
cuted by British authorities in 
Cyprus last Thursday for mur- 


(Picture on Page 8-A) 


Reuters 


Heart Damage 


Is Well Healed, 
President ‘Alert’ 


By Edward T. Folliard 


Staff! Reporter 


der and attempted murder. After a complete checkup, 
Their hanging toucbed off vio-/President Eisenhower was 
lent anti-British and anti-Amer- found yesterday to be in 


ican riots in Greece. where « * 77 “ 
America is widely accused of good” condition and “physi- 


supporting Britain on the Cy- cally and mentally alert.” 
“- 2 The physicians who gave him 
nited States sailors were at- “ 4o-toe” 
tacked by mobs in Greek towns 6 ee ee ae 
after the British deported Arch- . 
bishop Makarios from Cyprus. 4 detailed report that the dam- 
The American Embassy age done to his heart by a coro 
gene a po — nary thrombosis on Sept. 24 
e naval units would carry ou a " 
visits to other Greek basbors ae oS 
On Cyprus, anti-terrorist leaf. *"eTe were now no symptoms 
lets appeared with the message, of “myocardial insufficiency 
Bs neg — country's good (muscle weakness) or “coronary 
name an e reputation of our ; ” 
Greek civilization. Denounce Sy, Gna. 
the fanatical, blood-thirsty ter- Golfs, Attends Dinner 
rorists.” | 
The attributed te : be om gg ape ys left the 
British authorities, were in)””*? na Ducyent mood in 
reply to leaflets spread earlier|‘he early afternoon, and drove 
calling for the death of Govy./directly to the Burning Tree 
Sir John Harding. Club for a round of golf. Last 


Canceled 


Walter Reed Hospital said in 


leaflets. 


Twisters Kill Israel to Get 


4, Injure 100 
In Michigan | 


Flint Area Struck * 
Hardest; Many 
Houses Leveled 

By James Smallegan 


| FLINT, Mich, May 12 & 
Death-dealing, h o me-wrecking 


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night he attended the annual 
dinner of the Gridiron Club at 
the Statler. 

The medical report said of 
the 65-year-old Chief Executive 
that “his appearance, 
and digestion are excellent.” 
gave his weight at 168. pounds, 
10 pounds under what it was 
at the time of his heart attack. 

The examination of his eyes 
showed a minor error in refrac- 


tion, which was properly cor- 
rected by glasses. 


12 More Jets 


From France 


Paris ) Announces 
‘Last Delivery’ 


Approved by U. S. 
PP : His teeth and gums were said 
Reuters to be in “excellent condition.” 


) 

| PARIS, May 12—The French |Chest. thyroid, abdomen, 
nerves, muscles, bones and 

government is going to deliver joints were reported as normal 


Freehill said: “We congratu-| tornadoes bombarded much of 12 more jet planes to Israel,| The bursitis which once caused 


late Secretary Quarles on his|southern Michigan late today the 


rapid achievement of what jus- 
tice requires in restoring Sid- 
ney Hatkin to duty.” 


as “a fair-minded man who has 
\demonstrated his ability to act 
“within a week,” once he en- 
tered the case personally. Free- 
jhill said Quarles “no doubt” 
will soon “see his way clear” to 


and tonight. Upward of half a 
dozen struck in the populous 


He described the Secretary industrial and residential United States had agreed to ac- 


areas. 

At least five persons were 
killed and more than 100 in- 
jured. 

Three of the dead were from 
a single family in Flint, where 


Foreign 
nounced today. 
A communique 


Ministry an- the President considerable pain 
in his left shoulder was found 
the to be “inactive.” 
Last Checkup Feb. 11 


cept a delay in offshore deliy-| It was the first complete 


eries to allow France to “make oe Gen. Ei- 
speedily a last delivery of 12)Fey 11. On the basis of that 


Mystere IV planes to Israel.” ‘one, Dr. Paul Dudley White, 
Officials in London disclosed the Boston heart specialist, said 


said 


complete “the balance that jus- 4 twister killed four as it on Friday that the Big Three ©" Feb. 14 that the soldier. 


tice requires—Mr. Hatkin’s 
plain and indubitable eligibil- 
ity for any classification of 
work in his country’s service. 


bounced along a seven-mile 
path through the eastern out- 
skirts. 

An elderly woman was killed 


: Statesman ought to be able to 
Western powers now are pef-'«-arry on for another five or 10 
mitting a “coordinated trickle” | years” in a job like the presi- 
of arms to Israel as part of the dency. Fifteen days later the 


Hatkin has “over $6000” in near Ithaca, 30 miles northwest policy of maintaining the bal- Chief Executive announced his 
back pay coming to him, said of Flint, when a barn toppled ante of power in the Middle candidacy for a second term. an 


Freehill A formal notifica- 
tion of his restoration to his 
job is expected Monday, the at- 
torney said. 

In late afternoon. Hatkin was 


at Freehill’s home when the 


news of his reinstatement came.|Lincoln Park and Allen Park to her Arab neighbors. 


It was not a full victory, but 
the 40-year-old father of two 


on her 

One unconfirmed death was 
reported in Grand Blanc, a 
Flint suburb 

At least 80 were injured in 
Flint. The Detroit suburbs of 


ad more than a score hurt 
Flint, which was hit by three 


h 


‘ast announcement followed by 
The United States, British Democratic charges that he 
and French foreign secretaries planned to be “a part-time 
discussed in Paris last Sunday President.” 
the pleas of Israel for arms to| Dr. White took no part in the 
counter Communist shipments latest examination, which was 
conducted by Maj. Gen. Howard 
It was afterward decided that McC. Snyder, the President's 
the United States would adhere | physician; Maj. Gen. Leonard 


children said it was still hard Separate tornadoes, counted to her refusal to supply war ma-| D. Heaton, commandant of Wal- 
to believe the announcement | 4™ound 200 homes down or dam- terial to Israel, but she gave ter Reed, and Col. Thomas W, 


was “real.” 

| Hatkin said he wanted 
thank all who “stood by 
side—especially Mr 
and Sen. Cain...” It was for- 
mer Sen. Harry P. Cain 


to 
mv 


Wash.), member of the Subver-| 


See MIKHEEV, Page Al2, Col. 1 


U.N. Chief Plans 
Talks in Moscow 


| UNITED NATIONS. N. y./8, and Thomas Stevens, 76, all Egyptian army 
‘emphasis on naval airpower, the) yy 12 (INS)\—Dag Hammar. of Flint, and Mrs. Edith Ed-|check any aggressive act by 


sjold is going to Moscow in June 
Premier’ Nikolai Bulganin and 


Khrushchev 

The VU. N. Chief's trip to 
the Kremlin will be in line 
iwith a round of visits he has 
imade to U. N. member coun- 
| tries, such as India last Jan- 
\uary 


Russo-Japanese 


Treaties Hit Snag 


Reuters 


| MOSCOW, May 12—Japanese 
inegotiators late tonight 


tion on the Montgomery-Mont-\no further. McCain said “We)|ment with the Soviet Union be- 
rose leg has been delayed and will do the best we can to al-| cause they claimed the Russians 
will not be completed until leviate the congestion in Rock-|wanted to introduce a last-min- 


“sometime in 1957.” However, ville.” He said to his knowledge,|ute “political” condition into 
the leg to Montgomery ave. will/residents “have no legal right|the ag ) 


be opened sometime next week, 
McCain. said. ' 
_ City Manager John H. Mark- 
land said the city will have a 
continual traffic jam. 

| MeCain, contacted at his 
Frederick, Md., home, said work 
on the route to Montrose rd. 
was stopped because the town 
got into a dispute with the 


to barricade the highway.” 
Clyde F. Deming, president 


of the West Rockville Citizens | 
Association, said if all else signed at about midnight. Tech-\the guest of honor in an im-'skits, Candidate Eisenhower 
in-| was portrayed in song and story | 


fails, city groups will organize 
protest motorcade to 


ay Annapo- 
Deming has called a meeting 
pearing hes called 0 mx Mon- 


Roads Commission over 


day in the Citizens Building 
and Loan Association building. 


reement. 

The 
ated between the two countries 
since the war—was to have been 


' 


nically Russia and Japan are 
still in a state of war. 


| Index, Page 2 | 


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to have face-to-face talks with  ~ 


re-| 
of the Commission, construc-.expressway to Route 28 and fused to sign a fisheries agree- 


‘aged in the Dort highway-Vas- 
sar road region. At least 10 


ihomes were damaged in Allen 


Freehii!| Park and around a half dozen not been disclosed. 


lin Lincoln Park, the Detroit 


’ 


(R.| Suburbs. 


Detfeit’s metropolitan area 
with a population of 3 million 
was warned repeatedly of tor- 
nado-shaped funnels approach- 
ing but Detroit itself, how- 
ever, escaped a tornado. 

These were the dead: Louis 


bee 35, and his wife, Ruth. 
2 


32, and their daughter, Sheryl. 


wards, about 60. of Ithaca. 


ee 


her blessing to sales by France Mattingly, chief heart special- 
and Britain. ist at Walter Reed. 

What Britain is to supply has) The medical report, given out 
t the White House by Press 

France delivered 12 Mystere Secretary James C. Hagerty, 
jets to Israel under a long-stand. W45 signed by Gen. Snyder and 
ing contract earlier this year, Gen. Heaton. It follows: 

The Foreign Ministry said Is The President underwent a 
rae] has ordered more jets from) COMplete physical examina 
France, but no decision bas| “OD with appropriate and 
been taken on this request. thorough laboratory tests at 

Egyptian Premier Game! Ab-. Walter Reed Hospital, May 
del Nasser meantime paid a sur-| 10 to May 12, 1956. His gen- 
prise flying visit to Gaza and etal condition continues 
told frontline troops: “The 800d. He is physically active 
is ready to, 4md mentally alert. His ap- 
pearance, appetite and diges- 


| Israel against the Arab states.”| See IKE, Page Al0. Col. 1 


Communist Party Boss Nikita ‘Country Club’ Campaigner 


Ike, Democrats and ‘Russian Twins’ 


President Eisenhower, Demo- 
cratic contenders and politicians 
in general got a good-natured 
hiding last night from Wash-' 
ington’s famed Gridiron Club. 

So did the “Russian twins,” 
Bulganin and Khrushchev, oil 
lobbyists, presidential assistant 
Sherman Adams and a host of 
others who make news on the 
world scene. 


The occasion was the news- 


treaty—first to be negoti-| paper organization’s 7ist an- Texas, who replaced Sen. Wal- 


inual dinner, held at the Hotel 
'Statler. The President was 
posing assemblage that 
cluded top members of his of- 
ficial family, big-name Demo- 
crats, Justices of the Supreme 
Court, members of the diploma- 
tic corps, the military and 


Lampooned at Gridiron Club Dinner 


tors, publishers and business-|for the planning of the Eiscn- 
men. hower “campaign.” Men and 
Only toast of the dinner, in women in sports clothes 
tradition of the club, was to Mr. crowded the porch, among them 
Eisenhower. His reply was off ow hvysi toth@e 
the record, under club rules ‘“° P@ySsicians with stetn 
that “reporters are never pres- 5©°P¢S. 
ent.” Also off the record were|. [itiated as the newest me™- 
speeches by Gov. Christian A.|5€Ts Of the 50-man club were 
Herter of Massachusetts, for =@ward Jamieson, of the fort 
the Republicans, and Senate! Hortn me Bo ae ang 
A ’ | cle; Gerald 
der Lyndon B. Johnson of Griffin, of the Baltimore Sun, 


and, Capt. Albert Schoeppef, 
director of the Marine Band 
and music director of the club, 

The dinner also served 4% 
as a “country club front porch” | (he for Saree 


campaigner who abandoned! 
trains and planes for golf clubs| President ie ee, dent 


and fishing rods. Columnist Marquis Chi!ds. 


ter F. George of Georgia. 
In one of the frolicksome 


Congress, and prominent edi- 


The porch of the “Full-Time|~°™" | 
Country Club“ is the setting! (Gridiron Skits: P-1, Section F) 


4 


Choice to Suicond Barkley Delayed 


FRANKFORT, T. Ky. May 12 asked Watson if it was his idea’interim service. Foster broke 
w—Kentucky Democrats gath-) ‘to delay the seletion until after away from the Clements organi 
ered here today but voted not|the May 29 primary \zation to back Chandler im last 
to select at this time a nominee) Watson replied he. was “think- pene . Subernstertel campaign. 
to run for the late Alben W. along that line 
Barkley's Senate seat. umphreys, a supporter of 

The Democratic State Cen- Gov. A. B. Chandler, told the 
tral Executive Committee voted|committee he had issued the 
33 to 2 in favor of a resolution'call for the specific purpose of 


nae WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Sundey, May 1%, 1956 vm 


2 CONGRESSIONAL BOXSCORE 
MAJOR MEASURES IN 84th CONGRESS 
Vetoed Ce 

) 


_—_ 


| Wilson Prodded 
On ‘Risk’ Rules 


laa’ + 
Reported by 6 
Comm one 


Kted X Set Aside 
Conterence a 
Report Approved 


Seqred 


le 
Conmterence 


| WOUSE 


By Harry Vandernoot 
United Press 
“Sen. Thomas C. Henning: 
(D-Mo.) yesterday invited Sec 
retary of Defense Charlies E 
Wilson to explain why security 
tegw la tions 


to regulations 


Oct 


tary Wilber M. Brucker, whe 
erdered his security officers to 
@etermine whether an em 

‘s subversive associations 
actually influenced his actions 
Before branding him a security 
risk. 

Hennings. chairman of the 
Senate Constitutional Rights 
Sebcommittee, praised the re 
cently disclosed Brucker rules 
as “common-sense principles 
ana wrote Wilson the Commut 
tee would like to have his views 
i preparing a report. No date 
for a hearing was set. however 
'“We believe it would be un 
Gesirable,. to say the least. to 
present the views of the Com. 
mittee without having the bene 
ft of your views,” Hennings 
said. 


Critical of Dela, 


He criticized the Defense De 
partment for failing to disclose 
the Brucker directive for six 
months. He told Wilson that 
“in our judgment (it) applied 
common-sense principles in ac- 
cord with fundamental consid 
erations of justice to the im 
dividual” He added: 

“It recognized in substance 
that the facts in each cast 
should be evaluated on their 
own merits to determine 
whether. for example. an asso. 
ciation with a questioned per- 
son or an affiliation with a ques 
tioned organization had actually 
influenced the individual in 
any degree inimical to his 
duties and the public security.” 

Hennings said his Subcom- 
mittee believes the principles 
should be extended to all the 
armed services and all the pro- 
grams of the Defense Depart 
ment 

“The Committee realizes.” 
he wrote, “that you are com- 
pletely in accord with the an- 
nounced program of unification 
of our armed services in all 
matters both material to their 
welfare and possible of accom- 
plishment 

“The Committee essumes that 
if the Oct. 17 directive consti- 
— the applicatien of reason- 
adic. fair and just to 
military ceiiiie dine te 
curity cases, you will agree 
with us that such principles 


Should be applied te every 
lother branch of your Defense 
Department.~ 

Specific Cases Cited 


Hennings said the principles 
should be appleed te such case: 
as that of Sideey Hatkin. sus 
pended Air Force statistician 
Pet. Hariey Ress. whose case 
was beard br the Subcomumit 
tee. and Mr. and Mrs 


Hatkin te the Government pay 
roli—_-but im a “non -censitive 
postion.” Hatkm whe had 
been suspended 14 months as a 
securtiy risk. recently dis 
closed that a Russian Embassy 
clerk tried te hire him to dig 
up secret military information 
Hennings suggested the case: 
“could have been cleared up b; 
reference to the withheld direc 
uve 

“The failure of any witne=: 
or oficial te disclose the ox 
mtence of the directive served 
to becloud. if mot partially 
nullify. the vwalee of opinions 
and evidence presented by vour 
Department.” he said. “snd te 
prevent a meeting of the minds 
between your Department and 
our Committee.” 


Inter-College 


‘Convention’ 


Picks Adlai 


CAMBRIDGE, Mass. May i2 
(Spl —An intercollegiate mock 
Democratic Party nominating 
convention teday named Adi: 
E. Stewensonm as its candidate 
for the Presadency 


Stevenson. the 1962 Demo 
‘Tats nominee. got 462 Grst- 
ballot votes 70 more than need 
ed for the nomination Sen 
Estes Kefauwer (D> Tenn) got 
234 wotes and Ger Averell 
Harriman of New York and 
former President Trueman got 
23 each. 

Representatives from 49 col- 
leges attended the convention 
at Harvard University. After 
the ballot was completed. Ste 
venson was deciared the unan 
imous winner 

The delegates beard Demo 
cratec National Chairman Pal 
M. Butler charge that Presi 
dent Eisenhower would “rather 
te popular” than make bold 
Gectsions im domestic and for 
eign affairs 

He accused Mr 
of lacking the 
Mr. Tremen 

Butler predicted the elec 
tien of a Democrat x Presdent 


Eisenhower 
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‘boro delaying selection of the| A united party would be ex- 
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tion was seconded by Everett choice to serve the interim 
Faulkner of Williamsburg. Both'term preceding the election. 
Watson and Faulkner are sup-’ The CourierJournal said in 
porters of Sen..Earle C. Clem- today’s editions, however, that 
ents ‘Chandier had decided on Wil- 
After the vote. Committee iam F. Foster of Mayfie! a for ~ 
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Report on Study of Veteran Pensions 


Bringing Flood of Protest to Hill 


By Dean W. Dittmer 

Cuet Press 

The revert of a presidential 
commission om veterans pen 
sions has brought loud com 
plaimts from weterans organiza 
teas and a fleoed of mail to 
members of Congress 

The commission. headed by 
Gen. Omar N. Bradley. pro 
posed 2 new approach to veter 
ams benefits with more heip for 
these badly disabied im service 
and less concern for those who 
suffered no combat disadility 

The proposal was criticized 
by the Disabled American Vet 
erans and fiatly assailed by the 
American Legion and Veterans 
of Foreign Wars. AMVETS said 
thew would have more to say 
after finding out what Presi 
dent Eisenhower himself mn 
me tds 

Several 
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the 
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have 


members of 
louse Veterans At airs 
mittee s@id their offices 
Deen swamped with mail from 
veterans apa dgeoentegentis who 
think the commission’ report 

made public Aprils 2. means 


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. thew will lowe their pensions or 


ctructive opposition during 
the pest four years and party 
victories since 1963. 


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disamblty compensation 
Committee members told the 
Loasted Press many veterans 
seem to think the report has the 
effect of law or that it has been 


Nixon Called 
Fair Dealers’ 


Prime Target 


LEXINGTON, Kr. May 12 @& 
Sen. Andrew F_ Schoenpopel (R- 
said tonight the “Fair 
Deal branch” of the Democratic 
Party hes singled Vice Presi- 
dent Richard M. Nixon out as 


vung Republicans 
includes delegates 
© Destrict of Columbia. 
Kentucky, Maryiand. Virginia 
and West Virginia 

Schoeppel, whe heads the Re- 
pe®iscen Senatorial Camoeien 
Committee. saed he thinks Dem 
ocTats hawe made Nixon one of 
thear chief tarerts “because he 
has Gone such an outstanding 
jod and ts of such ereat help to 
Pressdeat Esenhowerr 

“Is their hatred of Dick Nixon 
because be was the one who ex- 
posed Alger Hiss’ Schoeone! 
asked. “or because be pointed 
out the sefiness towdrd the 
Communist menace in Govern 
ment that occurred during the 
2) years of “New Deal” Demo 
ctatx Admméstration” 


The Counrcil 


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lapproved by President Eisen- 


hower 
They said it would help if 


' veterans understood 


® The report sent to Mr. Ei 
senhower was = summary with 
10 or more “background fre 
ports” still to come. 

® The report has not been ap- 
proved by the President and he! 
said he will have no comment 
on it until he has received the 
studied reactions of the al- 
fected agencies and has had 
time to make an accurate analy- 
Sas 

®* The House Veterans Com- 
mittee hearings held last week 
were simply to get the reactions 
of the major veterans organiza- 
tions 

®* No step has been taken to™ 


enact all or any part of the re- future Government benefits.” || 


port into legislation 

The office of Rep. Edith 
Nourse Rogers (R-Mass.), rank 
ing GOP member of the Vet 
erans Comittee and former 
chairman, reported receiving 
hundreds of letters on the com 
mission report. Mrs. Rogers has 
Gescribed the report as being 
“wery cruel” im part. and pre- 
pared by persons who “live at 
desks and don't understand vet- 
erans’ problems.” 

The office of Rep. George S 
Long (D-La). a committee 
member. said he has received 
200 or more letters 

Rep. E. Ross Adair (R-Ind.). 
a Committee member, said his 
mail is running between 20 and 


|25 letters a day. 


Adair and Committee staff 


‘members reported some of the 


mati said to forget about the re- 
port and support the Legion 


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veterans with limited incemes 
on reaching the age of 65 | 

The VFW has @ bill to provide | 
a $100 a month for veterans on) 
reaching age of 62, based on 
limited income. 

The two things in the report) 
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erans’ groups are: 

lL. ... Veterans with no serv- 
iceconnected disability, after 
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as “Slim,” dowd last night of| 
injuries suffered when his car 
apparently went out of control) 
on Colesville rd. and hit a 
fence. 

Montgomery County Police 
Pvts. William H. Jessie and) 
Jack W. Hall said Morrison 
whose license was revoked last) 
year on a speeding tharge, but 
was reissued March 12, ran his 
1955 coupe off Colesville rd. 
near route 198, 10 miles north) 
of Silver Spring. He spun the| 
car back onto the road and’ 
skidded 187 feet before) 
glancing off an embankment 
and hitting a fence, Hall said 

Morrison was pronounced 
dead at Moptgomery General 
Hospital. 


Four Die in Crash 


FREDERICKSBURG, Va., 
May 12 ‘®—Fotr persons were 
killed and a fifth was critically 
injured in an automobile-truck 
collision early today on U. §S 
301 in King George County 

The crash occurred 4 miles 
north of Port Royal. The vic- 
tims were traveling in a south- 
bound car which State Trooper 
C. T. Layne said apparently) 
veered into the truck's north- 
bound lane 

Killed were Lucy Garland, 
53. and Luther Garland, 61, of 
the Bronx, New York; Lovest T 
Alexander, 49, of Wise, N. C.,| 
and an unidentified woman 

Charlies Winn of the Bronx 
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Court Bars 2 
Mother’s Plea 
To Visit Son 


A Federal judge yesterday 
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permission to visit her 8-year- 


Woman Driving Estes 


95 MPH Is Ticketed 


CHOWCHILLA, Calif.. May 
12 ®—A highway patrolman 
today stopped the auto carry- 
ing Sen. Estes Kefauver (D- 
Tenn.), on his barnstorming 534 son today, Mother’s Day 
tour here and gave the woman! judge Matthew F. McGuire. 
driver a ticket for speeding jn g memorandum opinion, said 
at 95 miles an hour. Frances H. Moore, 34, of 1467 

Kefauver, riding in the rear [Irving st. nw.. would receive 
seat, told Patrolman R. 5S such permission when “love for 
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Mildred Kemp, of San Mateo. by the husband. Donald 
chairman of the Northern Moore of 2800 Terrace rd 
California Women for Kefauver alleges that Mrs. Moore 
Organization. dicted to sleeping pills 
| Mrs. Moore, who recently lost 
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn., May 12 her husband, but also the right 
M—Ray Jenkins, Knoxville to visit him frequently in the 
lawyer who gained national future “without molestation” 
prominence during the 1954 Mc-| from her husband or his family 
Carthy-Army hearings, was| Judge McGuire. in replying 
elected Republican presidential to the motion. declared that it 
elector from Tennessee's sec- had been made “perfectly 
ond Congressional District to-\ clear” that no visitations would 
- oe ibe permitted until, under com- 

Second District GOP con-|petent medical  supervisivn, 
vention also recommended Jen-| Mrs. Moore made a “definite ef. 
kins for keynote speaker at the fort” toward rehabilitation. 
Republican National Conven-| Pending such effort. Judge 
tion next August in San Fran-|McGuire ordered the husband 
cisco. i|to pay $15 a week to Mrs. Moore 


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from a sickbed by screams of the tot's 
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month-old James, who had fallen inte bay. 


Bay. Roused 


Man Holds 


2 Hours In Apartment: 


as a dark<complexioned white to choose one of their number 
man with freckles or black spots ** 


Police broadcast a look-out 
yesterday for a young man who 
taiked his way into an apart 
ment shared by two Govern. 
ment girls. bound and gagged * 
them and terrorized them for 
nearly four hours. 

The girls told police the man 
knocked on their door, in the 
100 block of Joliet st. sw., early 
yesterday morning and said he 
had been in an accident and a 
friend was hurt. He asked to 
use the telephone 

Sex Squad Lieut 
Sullivan said the girls, aged 23 
and 21. admitted the man. He 
immediately pulled a gun and 
said “This is it. If you do what 
| want I won't kill you,” the 
girls told police 

The man gagged the girls 
with a dampened pot holder and 
a dish towel and tied their 
hands and feet with sweaters 
and a blouse. He put one of 
the girls, who was wearing ig night 
clothes, in the bedroom but did 
not molest her. 

He disarrayed the clothing of 
the other girl and undressed 
himself, police said, after blind- 
folding t girl 

The gifls reported the man 
ther dressed and left the apart-' 
ment twice for periods of 20 
and 10 minutes. He returned 
In between to loosen their bonds 
to restore circulation. | 


John L 


International News 


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Two Girls 


| But the winner might not nec- 


on his face, in his late 20's with 


receding brown curly hair, and | ing which was the easiest neigh: 
He was wearing bor to get along with 


brown eyes 


a brown gabardine suit, brown 


loafer shoes and a white shirt| #0wms at tonight's finals in Pea- 


and tie He was about five feet 


eight inches tall with a mus-|Daytona Beach. 


cular build, and weighed about 
18” ibs.. police said. 


! Held in Robbery 
Of Arlington Pair 


Police arrested four 


robbing an 
of $2000 last month and pistol. 
whipping them. 

Police said the 


four men 


were captured on information) 
a 16-year0ld girl 


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Israel Reports Firing 


men fired on Israeli fishing boats 
early yesterday on suspicion of A military 
Arlington couple there were no casualties. 


who had been living with one! 


of them. 


The robbery and assault was’ 


committed against Mr. and' 

Mrs. Kermit Summers, 5007 N. 

22d st., Arlington, April 11. 
Ninth Precinct Detectives L.| 


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‘PF. Wallace and J. A. Vaccaro 


arrested the men after the girl, 
a runaway, was traced to the 
residence of James W. Branch, 
23, of 1281 Simms pl. ne. She 
said Branch was one of the 


tume he told them to get dressed bandits, police said, and named 


and forced them to walk two Andrew H. 


blocks with nim to the corner 
of Nichols ave. and S Capitol 
st. where he saddens dashed 
into the darkness 
, ne giris hailed a taxi and 
rove to the home of a girl 
{riend, who called police 
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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


Sunday, May 13, 1956 


A3 


Attorney Is Appointed 


For Accused 


Boy Slayer 


By Harrison Hagemeyer 
Staff Reporter 


A former Prince 


Georges teachers when he. returned to 


County deputy states attorney the school with a rifle after be- 


has been “informally” assigned 


ing reprimanded by Principal 


to represent Billy Ray Prevatte,'John V. Hrezo for truancy. 


i4year-old schoolboy charged 
with the fatal shooting of a 


May 12 #—‘“Mrs. Oregon,” 
with four individual awards, 
led 49 contestants down to the 
wire tonight in the home-cook 
ing sweepstakes to determne 
a new “Mrs. America.” 

The winner will be crowned 
late tonight after a week of 
furious baking, dusting, and 
just being “neighborly” to 
bring out the best talents of 
the housewives. 

The 49 husbands, who have 
loafed through it all golfing, 
fishing or swimming, will have 
to serve their weary wives 
breakfast in bed Sunday after 
it’s all over. 

Three final individual awards 
were made this morning. Mrs. 
Maine won the Proctor break- 
fast award as the best break- 
fast maker. Mrs. Montana took 
the Gamma luncheon trophy 
for the best lunch. And Mrs. 
California turned out a master- 
piece from scraps to win the 
“Mrs. America home-makers 
guide” trophy for the best meal 
made of leftovers. 

Cleo Maletis of Portland, 
‘Mrs. Oregon, still led the field 
with four awards, her latest 
being the cake-baking contest 


International News 


Held as Dope Dealer 


Albert MacGagnan, 41-year- 
old longshoreman, has been 
charged by Long Beach, 
Calif., police with dealing in 
about $700,000 worth of her- 
oin since February. MacCag- 
nan said he had blundered 
on the heroin aboard a ship, 
smuggled it off and has been 
living of off the proceeds since. 


Three Feared 


Drowned on | 
Scout Trip 


UNION CITY, Pa. May 12 
P—A Scoutmaster and two Boy 
Scouts were feared drowned 
today after five canoes upset 
in rain-swollen French Creek 

Reported missing were Scout 
master Fred Coe of Union City, 
and Scouts Harvey Brady. 16, 
and Robert Sandoski, 14 both 
of Hammett, near Erie Pa. 

State Police said the three 
were in the lead canoe. It 
struck a submerged tree, and 
the other canoes crashed intg 
it and upset. 

Five other scouts and two 
Scoutsmasters survived. They 
were treated for shock and 
exposure in Stem Memorial 
Hospital here 

State Police from Corry and 
Erie were dragging the creek 

The Scouts were part of an 
overnight camp of troops from 
Erie, Union City and North 
East 

They had gone only a short 
distance when Scoutmaster Coe 
signaled for a return because 
of the swift, turbulent water 
Tragedy struck on the turn. 


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This afternoon the 49 contest- 
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“Mrs. Congeniality.” All 
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teacher at Maryland Park Jun- 


‘ior High School. 


Wilmer D. Pyles interviewed 
‘the youthful defendant briefly 
_vesterday at the Upper Mari- 
‘boro jail, where the boy has 
been held without bond since 
his arrest May 4th. 

Pyles said he “undoubtedly” 
would seek a mental examina- 
tion for Billy, by State and 
private psychiatrists. 

“Tl am a layman,” the lawyer 
said. “I can't tell by. talking 
to the boy what his mental con- 
dition is.” 

“Hes littie more than a baby,” 
Pyles added. “He doesn't look 
like he’s over 10 years old.” 

Pyles was informally request 
ed by Judge Charles C. Mar- 
bury to make a preliminary 
study of the case, with a view 
oe ward representing Billy, 

hose family is unable to pro- 
vide a defense attorney 

Judge Marbury said Mary- 
land courts cannot officially as- 
sigt an attorney until the de- 
ifendent is arraigned, but added 

he felt Prevatte ought to Rave 
counsel at the present time 

Billy is charged with fatally 
shooting Frazer K. Cameron, 
33-year-old teacher at Maryland 
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Pyles said he had not had 
time to begin to prepare de 
fense, but added that on the 
surface the shooting appeared 
to be a “series of unfortunate 
accidents.” 


He pointed out that Billy re- 
portedly was looking for the 
principal when the shooting oc- 
curred, and said the prosecu- 
tion may not be able to show 
any intent to harm the others. 
Intent is a basic element in @ 
murder case. 

Chairman of a committee of 
the Prince Georges Bar Associa- 
tion which recently recom- 
mended establishment of a sép- 
arate juvenile court for the 
county, Pyles said he feels the 


'Prevatte case “points up the 
‘need for additional juvenile fa- 


cilities in the county.” 

“It's obvious that something 
is wrong,” he commented. “That 
14-year-old boy has been in jail 
for a week without being taken 
before a judge. Nobody has 
advised him as to his rights. 

“We need an experienced 
juvenile judge before whom 
such kids may be taken, and 
separate facilities for taking 
care of juveniles.” 

At present Prince Georges 
County's two police court trial 
magistrates handle juvenile 
courts on a part-time basis, 


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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
‘Ad Sundey, Mey 12, 1956 


erians Raid 


First Major City] 


CONSTANTINE, Algeria’ 


May 12 #—Rebel commandos) 
broke through defenses besel 
to carry out the first guerrilla 
attack on a major city in the 


months-long Algerian rebel- 
lion, 

The daylight attack on Con- 
‘stantine, capital of East Al- 
geria, caused widespread panic 
in this city whose normal popu- 
lation of 85.000 has been 
swelled by refugees from ter- 
rorist-ridden outlying areas. 

In running battles through 
the streets French troops killed 
at least 13 insurgents. 

The daring raid came as 
French authorities claimed at 


least 150 rebels were killed in 
seattered clashes across this 
big Northwest Africa territory 
in the past 24 hours 

The rebel infiltrators appar- 
ently soughi to fight their way 
to the French quarter of Con 
stantine. Only one band man 
aged to strike in the center of 
the city itself. They bombed 
a Jewish cafe, wounding nine 
persons. 

Official« said the raid. while 
spectacular, was mainly for 
propaganda. They believed the 
rebels wanted to show they are 
strong enough to attack major 
cities. 

Preach authorities said 
French paratroopers killed 79 
rebels in a violent battle ves 
terday in the Kaylie Mountains ; 
of Constantine Department 

Rebels ambushed a French 
unit in the same ares, about 
six miles south of El Millia. and 
lost 13 dead. French authorities 
said. One French soldier was 
killed and two wounded 

{In Tunisia, authorities said 
fighter planes strafed a 50 
camel caravan bearing rebel 
supplies and “nearly wiped it 
out,” the Associated Press re- 
ported. 

{Word of the air strike came 
as a fresh rash of Nationalist 
incidents broke out in this for- 
mer protectorate which won 


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juniors’ rayon 
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children's 
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Oxford style tennis shoes, 
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Youth black high tops in 
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Samforized Assorted colors in sizes 6-12. 


Regularly 1.29 


Irregular famous name 
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Je. pima cotton 


sports 
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Nylon stretch socks in assorted patterns. 
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cotton percale dresses, smocks 
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juniors rayon blouses 

leeveless and short sleeve blouses of 1:00 
rayon woven to look like linen. Con- 

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broken sizes 7 to 15. Regularly more 


Matching rayon Bermuda shorts in ]-°° 
broken sizes 7 to’ 15. Regularly more 

Cotton broadcloth blouses in assorted 

styles and colors. Broken sizes 9 to 15 ]-°° 
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. also Bethesda Budget Store 


summer handbags 
Straw, rayon faille and plastic bags in 

white and dark colors. Specially pur- ] °° 
chased. 


Straw belts in assorted colors, styles. 2 for ] .00 


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white, pastel costume jewelry 
Silver and gold colored metal with plas- 
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rayon and cotton halters 

Plain and print halters and midriffs with 
contrasting trims. Small, medium and 

large. 

Assorted neckwear including cotton and 

nylon collars, ascots in white and paste!s 
Regularly more 3 for 

Silk and rayon scarfs in colorful prints, .00 
33”. Regularly 1.00 2e for 

Printed cotton gypsy caps with matching 00 
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Down Stairs Stove, Neckwear . . . also Bethesda Budget Store 


Lastex bathing caps 
Selection of styfes and colors from a ]-°° 
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Terry cloth beach towels in multi-color ]-°° 


stripes, 25-54 size. 


Men’‘s Furnishings 


cool sanforized cotton sports shirts 


Short sleeve shirts of skip-dent cotton in 

white and plain colors. Small, medium ]-0° 
and large. 

Irregular combed cotton t-shirts rein- 

forced with nylon or Dacron Small, ]-°° 
medium and large. If perfect 79c 2 for 
Irregular cotton knit sports shirts in 

plain colors. patterns and stripes Sma , ]-9° 
medium and large 


Nylon utility cases with zip top, plastic ] 00 
binding. Also rayon plaids 


Cotton sweat shirts in gray or white ]-°° 
Small, medium, large. Regularly 1.99 


Plastic raincoats with plastic case. ]-°° 
Smoke color; small, medium, large 


Sanforized cotton broadcloth dress shirts 
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and irregular. Broken sizes 


Ist quality and irregular neckties. ]-°° 
Foulards, panel and repp stripes 2 for 


Irregular cotton socks in sizes 10-13 ]-00 
Also rayon and.cotton blend 10 pairs 

Famous make elastic belts. Regularly ]:°° 
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White cotton handkerchiefs. 10 for ]-0° 


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White linen handkerchiefs. 

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Children’s Apparel 


infants’ handmade dresses 


Irregular cotton broadcloth and batiste |: 
dresses in white and pastels 


Group of toddler cotton and nylon dresses 
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Infants’ tie-side and pullover cotton knit ]-° 
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Cotton plisse panties in white and pastels. ] .00 
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Rayon taffeta fancy slips. 

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Bethesda Budget Store 


Ist quality cotton blouses 


Tuck-in and overblouse styles in white, ]-00 
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Nancy Lynn sheer nylons 


Self or dark seam hose in short, medium 
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Leather moccasins with foam rubber in- = " 


nersoles; s,m, |. Regularly 1.00 2 pairs 
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cotton batiste slips 

Adjustable strap slips with cotton em- 
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camisoles. Sizes 32-40. 


Down Stairs Store. Hosiery . 


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Built-up shoulder slips of cottori batiste. ]-00 ; 


Sizes 36-52 

Petticoats of cotton batiste, plisse, and 
Evergiaze™ broadcloth. Smal!, medium, ] 0° 
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Plaid cotton duster in assorted colors; ] 00 
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Nylon briefs, elastic leg in white, pink ] 0 
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Rayon briefs with assorted trims 1]: .0O 
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Down Stairs Store, Underwear. . 


regular, strapless bras 


Cotton btas in regular and strapless 
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assorted summer hats 


Novelty straws, alpaca, straw cloth and ] °° 
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assorted women’s shoes 


Odds and ends of Styles of hed and 

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cotton and rayon gloves 
Assorted styles of double woven cotton 

and rayon in white and colors. Broken ]-°° 
sizes. Regularly 1.29 and 2.00 


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Printed cotton percale pillow cases, many 

patterns 2 tor 1.00 
Fast color ramie dish towels, 151/2x29 6 for 1.00 
Cannon fingertip towels, many colors 5 for 1.00 


Printed cotton cafe curtains, 36°°, many 
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Chicken feather pillow, |8x26 


Printed plastic shower curtain, 6x6 


Magnetic pot holders, various colors 4 for 
Jumbo Kendall rayon and cotton dish 
towels 2 for 1.00 
Plastic place mats, assorted colors 4 for 1.00 
Cannon bath towels, 22x44 

Matching wash cloths 


Metal waste baskets, chenille covers 
Zippered white muslin pillow 

protectors 

Cotton mesh dish cloths 

Stainless steel flatware, 4-piece place 
settings in 4 patterns 


5-piece earthenware dinner set, place 
setting in dogwood pattern 


Woven utility baskets, many sizes, 

Covered coat hangers for car travel 4 for 
Salt and pepper shakers 

Assorted glassware 6 for 
Earthenware cake plate, brass stand 

Plastic kitchen chair pads 

Aluminum holloware (pitchers. silent 
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girls’ half-boxer shorts 
pastels, navy, and red. Washable. Sizes 
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Washable cotton blouses, sleeveless and 
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Blue denim boxer jeans, washable. Sizes 
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Washable cotton knit pole shirts, white, 
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Washable cotton playsuits in one and two 
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Washable cotton dresses in many styles. 
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Ww : | ; THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES es 
Around the Wi ~ id euch Sunday, May 13, 1956 AS 


Beton Hechinger’ s “do-it-yourself 


Held. neh wc 


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one hen bw _/Russia Attacks. | Tito, Leaving France, 
5.4 oly Gaitskell Replies Sees Friendship Gains |: AUTO MUFFLERS 


eperior Original Meffier That Came with ¥ Car! 
PONT ST. ESPRIT, France, an Algerian solution that took ia fa afte: ACT NOW! ch 
Reuters |ists imprisoned behind the Iron'/May 12 #—Marshal Tito of'into account the interests of Be ‘ 


MOSCOW, May 12—Pravda) curtain.) Yu —? ' | Don’t get caught short by Va. and D. C. inspections! Re- 
| goslavia left for home today|the Algerian Nationalists, as. ; 
HUMAN LABORATORY FOR today published a scathing at-| In London, Gaitskell replied after one of the best poder mart as those of France. place your defective Muffler and Tailpipes now-—et your 


iti bo | nl convenience—not under pressure! And Save! 
EMOTIONAL OUTLETS! tack on British Labor Party | that British public opinion was |visits any chief of state has| The independent newspaper 


og Bn. «Nace declar-| “overwhelmingly” behind him.|made to France. Le Monde said he told French Unconditionally Fac Guaranteed In Writing 
Government Workers, Service Personnel wing views con- 7% | Referring to the frogman; Just before his presidential officials: | wait Oe cant in LIFE OF YOUR CAR 
Professional and Business Men and flict with those _ |ease, Gaitskell said it was the train pulled out of this little) © Concessions made to Yugo- INSTALLATION IN 20 MINUTES 
Women, Homemakers! of most mem- ; | ilduty of any Opposition “to rail station in southern France sjavia during the 20th congress FREE BY AUTO MUFFLER SPECIALISTS 
ibers of his : ‘probe such an extraordinary and headed for northern Italy| .¢ the Communist Party are 
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The official | ' _|friendship between France and Still inadequate. 50% at L A SIDELINE! 
to attend a free demonstration by the noted Communist’ , — # government depart-|y.coslavia is growing. | © The process of cutting down ene ay By A RE 


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anama Votes 
or President; 


By. Luis Noli 


2 


PANAMA CITY, May 12 # , 


anamanian voters will choose 
uriday between a bussinesman 
nd a former jurist, both vet- 


rans in politics, to serve a four- 


ear term as President 
The candidates are 
La Guardia Jr., 51, manager 

f the National Brewery, Pan- 
, industrial enter- 
Victor Florencio 

yOytia, former Chief Justice of 
anama’s Supreme Court. For 

wo vears before he became a 
andidate he was connected 
‘ith the newspaper Diario De 
as Americas in Miami, Fla. 

De La Guardia. a 1925 grad- 
ate of Dartmouth College. is 
he candidate of the Govern- 
nent Party. His opponent rep. 

i. the opposition Liberal 
arty. 

+ Goytia has charged that the 
lection will be rigged in De 
#@ Guardia’s favor. Th the 

Jatter denies, asserting the Lib 

eral Party won't win because it 

_ not offe 
oters will ac 

De La Guardia has 
aigned on a ~»platform of 
bread and freedom.” He has 
ledged to work for the build 
~ of an atomic power plant 
nd an oil refinery, completion 
f the Inter-American highway 
and new laws to protect foreign 
capital investments. 

Goytia’s program 


Ernesto 


is 


ept 
cam- 


for 


calls 


Priest Urges 
Mao Be Asked 
To Free 13 


CHICAGO. May 12 \®—The 
Rev. Harold W. Rignev. Roman 
Catholic priest soned four 
vears in Red China. has called 
for a letter-writing campaign 
seeking release of 13 Americans 
still held by the Ch Com.- 
munists 

Father Rignev suggested ves 
terday that polite and courte 
ous” letters be written to Mao 
Tze-Tung, Red China's leader 

He said he thought this would 
produce results bec ause the Red 
leaders “fear public and 
“have great respect the 


iImMpri 


inese 


for 


Opinions of the common people 


of the wor!d.” 

Father Rigney said that with- 
out publicity attending his im- 
prisonment he would still be in 
prison on espionage charges 

The 56-year-old priest wants 
Americans to write letters in 
the millions to Mao. Ten or 20 
million letters to Mao would 
make him “certainly take no 
tice,” Father Rigney said 

The Americans stil held in 
Red China are businessmen 
and Roman Catholic and Prot- 
estant missionaries 

The priest said he has been 
assured by the Past Office De- 
partment that letters addressed 
to Mao would reach Hongkong. 
where they will be turned over 
to border officials of Red China 

Latest information indicates 
the 12 still held are 

The Rev. Jo! 
Roman Catholix 
Francisco 

John Thom 
cousin of sins 
ney, whose m« 
Britain, Conn.., 
George Fecteau 

The Rev. Fulge 
@ Roman Catholic mi 
from Chicago 

The Rev. John A 
Catholic missionary f: 
City, N. J 

The Rev. Paul J 
30, Lutheran mi! 
burgh and Baltin 

Robert E. McCann 
man from Alta den a. Calif 

The Rev. ¢ McCar 
thy, 43, theology teacher from 
Modesto, Calif 

The Rev. Joseph McC 
$3. Catholic missionary f1 
New York City 

The Rev. Thomas 
Jesuit priest from 
¢isco 

Bishop Ambrose 
Catholic missionary 
braska, arrested at 
China, in 195! 

Hugh Francis 
3& arrested on 
Shanghai in 1951 

The Rev. John Paul Wagner 
48. a Catholic priest from Chi- 
cago. who disappeared in China 
and presumabiy » jailed by 
the Reds early in 


. eed 
-~* 
51, 
ssionary 


ice (,Tross., 


lioule. 40 
om Union 
Mackensen 
ster of Pitts 
ore 


business 
aries 
ormack, 
or) 
> 


5] 


ran- 


Phill 
Sen F 


ips 


Pinger, 58 
from Ne 
Tsingtao, 


Redmond Jr.., 
spy charges in 


as 


1953 


Reward Posted 
For Missing Pair 


Pa. May 12 \FR—A 
ard was posted today 
for information leading to 
Broadway show. producer Gor- 
don’ Pollack and his wife. The 
couple disappeared while fly 
ing from Detroit to New York 
April 15. The reward was 
posted by Pollack’s mother 
Mrs. Anna Pollack. who has re- 
mained at Erie most of the time 
since the producer was 
reported lost—presumably in 
Lake Erie 


ERIE, 
$2000 rew 


*s plane 


Czechs Hold U. 


LONDON. May -Com- 
munist Czechoslovakia an- 
nounced today it has arrested 
10 members of what it claimed 
was an American-directed spy 
ring. 


S. ‘Spies’ 


12 


Ad ve rt isement 


HELP KIDNEYS 
Fight Backache 


Phere is nothing that can make. you feel 
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md Worrying about “Blaccer Weak 1es5" 
Getting Up Niehts or Bed Wetting, too 

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Strong, Cloudy Urine, due to common 
tdmey or Bladder Irritations, which 
Bometimes result in Backache miserable 
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Associated Press 


red a program the 


de la Guardia Goytia 


social 
and 


improvement in 
ance, education 
tion of graft in 
offices 

In 
both 
need 
nental 
proaches 
with the 
the Panama Canal 


the international 


for strengthened 


in 


What could have been a sen- 


assist- 
public 
health, lower taxes and preven- 
government 


field, 
candidates agree on the 
conti- 
solidarity and new ap- 
settling problems 
United States over 


Today 


in Race 


‘sational issue—the assassina- 
‘tion of President Jose Antonio 


Remon in 1955—has not figured 


prominently except as it was 
raised by the:“Third Position.” 
This is an independent oppo- 


sition group which, without any 


candidates, campaigns against 
the Government Party. 

Remon was shot down at a 
race track. His successor in 
office, First Vice President Jose 
Ramon Guizado, was convicted 
as one of the plotters. He is 
now serving a prison sentence. 

In hammering at the Govern- 
ment Party, the “Third Posi- 
tion” has charged the real story 
of the Remon case is yet to 
come out. Remon’s brother, 
Alejandro, now the ranking 
cabinet minister, has been a 
target of attacks. 

The presidential term begins 
Oct. 1. Rieardo Arias occupies 
the office now. 


Argentina Aide 
Offers to Resign | 


‘about 


Some Brazil Strikes End 


‘As Students Riot But New Ones Threaten 


BUENOS AIRES, May 12 ® 
Education Minister Atilio 
Bell’ oro Maini, 
‘tionwide student protests that 
he was too slow in purging 
the schools of Peroni.ta teach- 
ers, offered his resignation to- 
day, the President's office an- 
nounced. 

Dell'Oro reportedly submit- 
ted his resignation from Lima, 
where he is attending an edu- 
cation conference, but Presi- 
dent Pedro Aramburu had not 
yet acted on it. 

The resignation 
nounced as student fighting 
erupted in Buenos Aires and 
in Cordoba, 500 miles northwest 
of the capital. Seven students 
were injured here in a rock- 
throwing scrap at the National 
High School, where 30 students 
supporting Dell'Oro locked 
themselves in the building and 
fought off several hundred who 
attacked them. In Cordoba 
20 were hurt. 


was an- 


RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil, 


target of na May 12 ‘*»—Commuting trains 


ran without ‘delay. or difficulty 


into this Brazilian capital to- 
day. In other parts of the coun- 
try workers returned to their 
jobs after strikes protesting 
the mounting cost of living. 
Police C6l. Luna Pedrosa 
blamed the Communists for 
the railroad trouble, which 
flared over a period of 24 hours 
at five suburban stations. Fif- 


| 


JHE \\ ASHINGTON POST and TIMES” HERALD 


Sunday, 


Sad Unit Arrives 
BREMERHAVEN, Germany, 
May 12 ®—First elements of 


walkout has been scheduled for the U, S. Third Armored Divi- 
May 22 by crews who dredge sion, latest outfit to go into the 
Rio harbor. Dock workers in| Western Eurapean. NATO de- 


the capital have also threat- 
ened to go out. 

President 
schek has sought to combat the 
situation by promising td dow 
ble the presently monthly wage 


minimum of about 2400 eru-' 


zeiros (about $27). But econom- 
ists fear this will only — 
in a parallel rise in prices. 


fenses, arrived here today. It 
will be stationed in southwest- 


Juscelino Kubit ¢™ Germany. 


> Muy r 13, 1956 a AW r 


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Flood Dooms Crops 


WINNIPEG, Manitoba, May 
12 ‘®—The Assiniboine River 
rose as much as two inches last 
night and farmers in a 3800- 
acre flooded area near Miniota, 
6$ miles northwest of Brandon, 
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Page 1.) 


By Gene 

LONDON, May 12 ™—The 
government of 
Prime Minister Sir Anthony 
Eden admitted today that it 
"' told Russia details of the hush- 


‘hush case of the missing navy 

frogman on the very day it re- 
| fused to discuss the matter in 
Parliament. 

Russia's disclosure of a secret 
exchange of notes over the dis- 
“\appearance of Cmar. 
| Crabb near the Soviet cruiser 
=| Ordzhonikidze in Portsmouth 
© harbor April 19 was a “bitter 
shock” to Eden, sources said. 
The Socialist opposition was 
sure to try to capitalize on it. 

The Foreign Office obviously 
was taken by surprise by the 
Radio Moscow report of a So- 
viet note of May 4 and a British 
reply of May 9 regretting the 
incident, It was 14 hours before 
the Foregin Office, with Eden's 


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curate. 

When Labor leader 
,_. |Gaitskell charged that the 46- 
» year-old Crabb was engaged in 

espionage, Eden refused to con- 

‘firm or deny. He did not tell 

Parliament that Russia had of-' 
ficially protested or that Brit-| 
ain had told the Kremlin Crabb) 
was apparently swimming near 
the cruiser. 

Former Socialist Minister of 


a) 


A | 
day demanded a shake-up of 


ithe service ministries. His at- 


for the government. Laborites 
» thave demanded a censure vote. 


Lionel | 


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| 


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Parliament. The Foreign Office 
spokesman parried questions 
on whether Russia broke con- 
fidence in revealing the notes. 
| He also refused to comment 
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frogmen to spy on a squadron 
of British ships which paid a 
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| Referring to the fact that 
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, activities, Shinwell said: 
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Top Reds Plan 


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MOSCOW, May 12—Nikita 
‘Khrushchev and four other 
‘Soviet Communist Party lead- 
ers took part in a conference 
this week to discuss the setting 
up of boarding schools in Rus 
si-, the newspaper Pravda re 
ported today. 

Khrushchev, the party's First'| 
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boarding schools—so far wn- 
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the party conference in Feb- 


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“upper class” Soviet children 


Oren Is Released 
By Czechoslovakia 


JERUSALEM (Israeli Sec- 
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Czechoslovakia has ordered re-' 
lease from prison of Mordecai | 
Oren, an Israeli citizen con-| 
victed as a spy in the aftermath | 
of the Rudolf Slansky purge | 
trials, the Israeli Foreign Of-| 
fice said today. | 


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‘A 12 


MIKHEEV—From Pg. I 


Hatkin Restored | 
To Air Force Job! 


sive Activities Control Board 
and a major critic of the pres- 
ent security system, who 


jsian Embassy. 
lelerk there, but since I am a 
‘Russian I could not go there.’” 


I am just a 


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brought the Hatkin case to pub- Similarly, said Davis, Mikheev, } 


lic attention eight days ago. 
“After waiting in suspense 
for such a long period of time,” 
said Hatkin, “I feel as if I've 
been restored to a new life.” 


Proclaims Innocence 


Hatkin said he hopes “that 
the publicity which my case has 
received may alert the country 
to see that justice is done in 
other security cases that the 
public never hears about.” 

The Air Force employe has 
said he was totally innocent of 
any improper activity in 
charges that he was associated 
with Communist “fronts” and 
supporters. Several congres- 
sional committees have been 
interested in the case, which 


Cain called an example of and his wife to dinner at the what he did said he was “just | 


“bureaucratic heartlessness.” 

Since the disclosure that 
Hatkin was approached by 
Mikheev, who was seeking in- 
formation, it has been revealed 
that at least two other persons 
were sounded out by the Soviet 
Embassy employe for the same 
purpose. 

Chairman Francis E. Walter 


(D-Pa.) of the House Un-Ameri-|“"Tough dinner, and then beer. Jaw had just died and told’ 


con Activities Committee has 
said that even if it is impossible 
to make out a case of attempt- 
ed “espionage” against Mik- 
heev, he should 
stripped of diplomatic status. 


| told him it “is so much trouble” 
to try to get information from 
the State Department. 


Made Offer of Dinner 


* Davis said Mikheey “did not) 
mention any cash,” but offered 
to take Davis to dinner if he 
gave him the bibliography. 
Davis said he changed the sub-| 
ject but decided to.“play along) 
with him socially to try to find 
out just what method he was 
‘using, how he worked, for my 
own satisfaction.” 
| Davis said his security offi- 
cer, who “contacted the FBI,” 
agreed to that. 

On Jan. 28, said Davis, Mik- 
heev and his wife took Davis 


Old Europe Restaurant, on Wis- 
consin ave. Before going, said 
Davis, Mikheev accepted a 
martini. 

At the restaurant, said Davis, 
_Mikheev suggested “vodka mar- 
tinis” and after two rounds. 
“He began to feel very good.” 
That, said Davis, was followed 
by a bottle of Rhine wine. 


Davis said Mikheev told him 
how he met his wife in Mos-| 
}cow, and how their child, “she’s 
an American citizen,”—who 


lems—was born in Washington. 


Associated Press 


Youngest Frosh 


Fred Safier Jr. begins his | 


freshman studies at the Uni- 
versity of California this fall 
at the ripe old age of 12. The | 
youth, who learned to read 
when 3 years old, will be the 
youngest student ever en- | 
rolled at U. C. 


and worked in the Soviet Mil- 
itary Mission, but when asked 


a clerk ...I keep records. I 
run errands,...tIl am just a 
little man. | am not impor! 
tant.” | 

About two weeks later, said 
Davis, Mikheev called and in-| 
vited him to “go out Valentine's’ 
Day.” Davis said his father-in-| 
Mikheev he would observe “at| 
least a month of mourning’ 
without any social events what- 


“at least” be S4ve him baby-sitting prob-| s0ever.” ) 


Another time. said Davis, he’ 


That would be tantamount to ArTe"s noted Mikheev was in-|turned down an invitation be- 


expelling him from the country. 


correct on her citizenship 


cause of Lent. Later, said Davis, 


Mikheev, after being sought Status—which is Russian be-| he was busy planning to move. 


out by newsmen, has 
moved to the offices of the 
Soviet Military Mission here. 


dence. 
| When Mikheev called for the 


now cause of her diplomatic resi-/ Another invitation, to hear a 


Russian cellist, he turtied down 
because of another engagement. 


The House Committee yester- check, said Davis, he handed Finally, he said. Mikheev said, 
day released transcripts of staff the waitress a “brand-new $20\ “Mr. Devis, don't you want to 


interrogatories giving a glimpse bill. I got just a slight look at, see me?” 


of the impact of the cold war 
on the three Defense Depart- 
ment employes Mikheev sought 
out. 

These transcripts of inter- 
views portray Mikheev as alter- 
nately affable and secretive 
as he shifted roles in his un- 


the tab. I think it was in the 
vicinity of $16. So the change 
came back and believe it or 
not, he left a 10-cent tip for the 
waitress.” 

Davis said he went to the 
waitress “and said I want to 
‘apologize for my friend. He 


Davis said he did, and 
his excuses were all “legit- 
imate’—but in mid-April the 
phone calls ceased. 

Davis said Mikheev told him 
he did not like Washington, 
and was trying to go to Paris. 
“Well,” Davis told the House 
Committee staff, “he will get 


successful search for informa-|¥45n't familiar with the Ameri- bis wish, I hope.” 


tion, with both him and his 
prospects, in effect, peering 
over the Iron Curtain — with 
extreme caution on both sides. 


Different Approaches Noted 
Last December, when Mik- 


can standards of tipping. He 
‘was a foreigner. And I gave 
her a dollar.” 

It was “a very boring eve-) 
ning for us,” said Davis, and 
‘nothing further then, or in 
later telephone calls with Mik- 


Hatkin, in addition to being 
questioned about Mikheev's 
approach to him, which has 
been published, was questioned 
at length about the security 
charges pending against him. 

He said, in answer to Aren’s 


heev approached Richard S.'heev, was mentioned about in- questions, that he was unaware 


Cutter . a librarian at the 
Armed Forces Medical Library 


formation for Mikheev. 
However, said Davis, he men- 


that Alfred Bernstein—who 
represented Hatkin without a 


he was polite (“except that he|tioned at dinner that Valen- fee in a 1948 loyalty proceed- 
didn’t take his hat off” at first,|tine’s Day was coming soon, 'ng in which Hatkin was cleared 
said Cutter) and openly identi-\and Mikheev asked what that'--W4s 4 “member of the Com- 


fied himself. 
When offered a cup of tea at 


was. Davis said, “everybody 
sends someone a card with a 


munist conspiracy.” 


Similarly, said Hatkin, he 


Cutter’s Arlington home, said heart on it.” He said Mikheey| W45 UNaware at that time that 
Cutter, Mikheev replied: “It laughed, saying, “Oh, yes, yes, Abram Flaxer, who headed the 


wouldn't be proper. The third 
time I had met you I would 
probably have tea with you.” 

Mikheevy was similarly dis 
creet when he first visited the 
home of Robert W. Davis, 
torian of the 
Medical Museum, in January, 
Davis told the House Com- 
mittee staff. 

But when the Mikheevs and/| 
Davises met for dinner, Mik- 
heev's diplomatic curbs on 
sociability disappeared in 
rounds of vodka martinis, beer 
and wine, planning “a night 
out” without the wives, and 
expounding on the superiority 
of Russian inventions. 

However, Mikheev's later in- 
vitations to Davis met rebuffs. 
because of what Davis said 
were “legitimate” 
based on “Christian customs”) 


stand. 


Apparently as a result, when| Then he became very hard 
February —en- Suddenly. His eyes were no 


countered Sidney Hatkin, Mik-|!onger smiling. He became a 


ikheev — in 


heev's whole approach changed. 
Misrepresentation Charged 


To Hatkin, as Hatkin has re- 
lated, Mikheev represented' 
himself as a graduate student 
at the University of Maryland— 
with no reference to the Soviet 
Embassy. Hatkin said he quick- 
ly found out that was untrue. | 

The charge that Mikheev con- 
cealed his identity from Hatkin | 
is regarded as one of the most 
serious aspects of his activity 
in the record now being studied 
by the State Department. Hat-| 
kin, Davis and Cutter reported) 
promptly to Federal security 
officers each approach made by 
Mikheev. 

In the transcripts, Davis’ ac- 
count of his dealings with Hat-| 
kin contained the most new de- | 


tail. 

Cutter, before learning that 
Mikheev was a Soviet employe, | 
had given the Russian Davis’ | 
name in answer to his query 
for information about “Ameri- 
ean military history.” | 

Mikheev's social customs— 
including his failure to take off 
his hat on entering a house— 

parently irritated Davis much 
- than the others Mikheev 
sought aut. 

Davis described the 29-year- 
old Russian as “very crude and 
boorish in his social habits,” 
although he said Mikheev told 
him he had trained for the 
diplomatic service. 

When Mikheevy arrived at Da- 
vis’ home, then at 3233 M st. 
hnw., said Davis, “we offered 
him a drink and he said he 
didn’t drink. He recanted that 
later on.” 

Mikheev told him, said Davis, 
that in the “list of books” on 
military history he was seek- 
ing, “What I want to do is start 
with the Revolutionary War 
and go up to now and show 
how America each time fights 
a bigger war than she fights 
the last time.” 

“T said,” Davis told Commit- 
tee Staff Director Richard 


his- | 
Armed Forces Day, 


yes... 
‘Suggested “Good Time” 


“And then he said,” Davis 
continued, “You know, Mr.) 
Davis, you, me, Valentine's 
we come here to Old Eu-| 
rope. We leave wives at home 
We come here and have good 
time’’ 


me’.” 

‘I said, ‘Fine. Let's do it.”” 

“And I think, apparently,” 
Davis continued, from what 
happened later on, he thought 
I was really going to take him 
weomwnrt.:«.. apparently 
he thought that would be the 
time, get me alone, get me in 
my cups, and then ask the big 


United Federal Workers (which 
later became the United Pub- 
lic Workers of America) was a 
Communist. Hatkin said the 
union had referred him to 
Bernstein. ° 

Other charges against Hat- 
kin, were that he was a mem- 
ber of the Washington Book- 
shop Association the said he 
paid $1 to get its discounts): 
was active in the Win the 
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"'A14 Sunday, May 13, 1956 oe 


Balance Urged 


On Rights Issue Ay OF hy 
PHILADELPHIA. a my elt ageees Stabe ANS ie Li A S Pertect for Patio or Dining 


Store Hours Monday: Langley Park, 12:30 to 9:30; Washington, 9:30 to 6 P 


Sen. Clifford P. Case (R-N. J.) same right to vote, to a decent 
said tonight the Republicans|education, to a decent job, to a 
ought not to try to make polit-'decent house and to a decent 
ical capital out life as the rest of us,” and con- WASHINGTON D.C. = LANGLEY PARK, MARYLAND 
of the issue of ‘tinued: 

equal rights | “It seems to me high time 
for Negroes. ‘to take the civil’ rights issue 

He said in a out of the partisan arena. 


“wr 
speech pre a __ “The hurling of wild predic- ‘ od | 

pared for a, tions over what can happen if | a. a O rou t r 

banquet of the © + we give the Negro his long d : ,* i yn 
Pennsylvania | postponed rights is harmful, as : re 

Federation of is the continuing exchange of ; : | 


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own party who take the short; among the extremists on both 
range view that this is a matter Sides and the moderates are ° 
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_ Jet's stand back and let them back from the conflict. 
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ABOARD USS MT. McKIN- 
LEY AT ENIWETOK, May 13 
(Sunday) ®—America’s on- 
again, off-again airburst of a 
hydrogen bomb scheduled for 
Monday was postponed indefi- 
nitely today. 

For the sixth time since last 
Tuesday, adverse wind patterns 
forced Operation Redwing of- 
ficials to put off America’s first 
airdrop of an H-bomb. The 


winds raised the danger of 
dusting inhabited areas with 
radioactive fallout. 

The official word after this 
morning's weather briefing was: 
“The wind pattern forecast for) 
Monday morning, May 14, (Sun- 
day, EDT), is not acceptable. | 
The outlook for Tuesday morn- 
ing, May 15, is not encourag-| 
ing.” 

Task force officials said the 
operation would continue to| 
practice in D-day minus two 
status until the wind pattern) 
improves enough to warrant 
kicking off D-minus one oper- 
ations. 

The gloomy forecast consti- 
tuted an indefinite postpone- 
ment. Some officials claimed 
that distant weather patterns 
between here and Japan offered 
the hope of getting the shot off 
sometime this week. But that 
was “in the lap of the gods,” 
one official said 

Newsmen and civil defense 
observers Saturday observed 
the results of the May 5 atomic 
blast on Renit Island, which 
has been described merely as 
a test of “nuclear device.” 

The observers, clad in over- 
alls. canvas boots and white! 
cloth caps moved to within 75 | 
yards of a 500-foot-wide crater | 
made by the explosion | 

The biast, a surface shot,| 
amashed to splinters and| 
twisted steel the temporary lab-| 
oratory in which the bomb was) 
assembled. The explosion'| 
churned up dirt dikes around) 
the crater 10 to 15 feet high. | 

Technicians carrying “ion 
chambers”—boxlike devices to) 
measure radiation — stepped 
gingérly slong in front of the) 
party of observers and finally) 
decided it Would be safe for 
them to get out of the truck 
which brought them to the 
scene. | 

Two long lines of 16-inch | 
piping set up along the length 
of the 2-mile long isiand for 
collection of ray data were 
chewed, broken and smashed 
flat and thrown around for 
about a half mile from the 
bomb center. Ploywood houses 
and storerooms 2 miles from 
the bomb blast were knocked 
over. 

It has not been made clear 
just what connection the May 
5 explosion has with the 
future of America’s H-bomb 
stockpoile, but Dr. John M. 
Harding, classification officer 
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Sheriffs’ Posse 
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ORLANDO, Fla, May 12 
(INS)—An ex-convict who kid- 
naped an i8-yearold mother 
was captured by a sheriff's) 
posse todd} while hiding in a' 
almetto thicket holding a' 

ife to the woman's throat. 

The kidnap victim, Evelyn 
Johnson, wife of an Air Force} 
sergeant, was scratched by her'| 
forced trip through the under-| 
brush but not otherwise in-| 
jured. . 

Sheriff's deputies said the 
admitted kidnaper identified 
himself as Frazier Peterson. 
34, of Holyoke, Mass. He was 
quoted as saying he had been 
released from the Charleston 
State Prison in Boston, Mass..,| 
March 20 after completing a 
13-year term 

Peterson did not specify the| 
offense for which he served 
time, but said he is currently| 
wanted in Massachusetts for! 
kidnaping | 


Tornado Aid Granted 
Associated Press 
President Eisenhower yester- | 
day authorized an initial allo-| 
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aster area April 7, includes 
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Sunday, May 13, 1956 = ul marin O OW and international flights Of Charlies H. Lanham, a salesman tor, jumped out when the hood Kuba has a subscription to a 
’ eee Italy’s two airlines, Lai and h t urprise when his|"@* raised. Lanham said the newspaper of Duesseldorf, Ger- 
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| . in a strike of pilots and crews oil filter was checked at a serv-\of his car earlier on his way delay addressed: “Max Kuba, 
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mE =| Newsmen W ha an Do He ee et ene ne Sn ee 
Wa n t e d ° | By H. D. Quigg — deep water tonight to,which enabled her to break ae | 


We pay cash! or Trade! || ABOARD THE NAUTILUS,| Show a party of newsmen what/four submarine records  lgst 
7 May 12 ##—The atom-powered she can do. | year on her first long voyage. 
Brenner 933 P**.- submarine, Nautilus, -headed| After being put through the That shakedown cruise was & 
1 isis Mec “a hi 1300-mile run from New Lon- 
from her Groton, Conn., base|Paces which make her one of n | 
; ithe deadliest’ war vessels in| don, Conn., to San Juan, Puerto) 
. service—and the harbinger of| Rico. She made the entire trip 
«ga new era of atomic power for submerged, averaging 16 knots), 
>>] both military and civilian use| speed. As for her top speed, the) 
» 4 \—she will make an overnight) Navy will say eee that it is: 
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‘ The Nautilus was scheduled actor with a “core” of uranium, 
START r to arrive off the southern tip the Nautilus has traveled 30,000 
hy W of Manhattan. in New York Miles without refueling since 
TOMORRO Harbor. shortly after noon EDT she went to sea Jan. 17, 1955. 
Sunday. She will cruise slow-/The atomic power plant sup 
‘ ly up the Hudson River to give Plies the heat which provides 
} viewers on both shores a the steam to turbines that turn 
9904 £ stReeT nw. chance to glimpse the scant —~ ag ge woh vate 
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boats and harbor craft were Stay submerged indefinitely. 
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Book Churns 
Legal Snarl 


An unusual — and perhaps 
unique — legal snarl has de 
veloped here in the wake of a 
series of court orders and ac- 
tions involving a Senate pamph- | 
let on communism. 

The case stemming from “A 
Handbook for Americans,” is- 
sued by the Senate Internal 
Security Subcommittee, points 
up the traditional separation of 

wers among the three major 

ranches of the Government. 

Further, it poses a delicate 
question of how far the courts 
may go in dealing with cases 
involving this separation. 

The “Handbook” is printed 
on the presses of the Govern- 
ment Printing Office—a part of 
the Legislative Branch of the 
Government not of the Execu. 
tive. 

For a few hours May 3, a 
District Court order was in ef. 
fect barring two GPO officials 
from further distribution of the 
pamphlet It was issued by 
Judge Robert N. Wilkin. a 70- 
yearoild retired jurist from 
Ohio, and was canceled several 
hours later by Judge F. Dickin- 
son Letts, 8., after a hearing in 
his spentnent. 

Judge Wilkin had left the city 
after signing the order. Other 
wise he would have conducted 
the hearing 
Insists It Was Proper 

Wilkin admitted yesterday 
that he did not know the GPO 
is a legislative agency. But he 
insisted the order was proper 
because it enjoined two “ad- 
ministrative officers of Govern- 
ment” and because it “had noth- 
ing to do with legislation.” 

The case which led to the 
wrangle was brought by the 
Methodist Federation of Social 
Action, an organization not of- 
ficially connected with the 
Methodist Church. It wants to 
stor distribution of the Senate 
unit's pampkiet because it 
claims it was wrongly listed as 
a “religious Communist front.” 

After Judge Letts overturned 
Wilkin’s order, the question of 
which order should remain in 
force was carried to the United 
States Court of Appeals 

Before that court could act. 
however, a special three-judge 
court heard arguments on the 
“grave constitutional questions” 
the Federation claims are at 
stake in the case. 

Conflict Headed Off 

Later the court headed off 
tho possibility of a direct Wil- 
kin-Letts conflict by ruling this 
aspect of the case was “moot” 
~—that is, no longer of any con- 
cern. It held that Wilkin’'s 
order expired when the special 
pane! heard the case 

The special panel has sched. 
uled further hearings for Tues- 
day . 

The lowa-born Judge Letts 
has been a lawyer since 1899 
and has spent 44 years in public 
service—3 years on the state! 
bench, 6 years as a Republican 
Congressman, 25 years on the 
Federal bench here. 

The OQOhio-born 
kin has been a lawyer since 
1908 and became an Ohio 
Supreme Court justice in 1934. 
Five years later he beeame 
a Federal judge in Ohio. He 
retired in 1949, and has been 
active as a visiting (substitute) 
judge since 1950. He has served 
here two years. 
™ fe~teels that “Congress has 
power to print slanderous 
material against those who 
have not had their day in 
court.” 

Letts’ feeling is that the 
voters—and not the courts— 
provide a proper check on law- 
makers. When the GPO acts as 
an agent of Congress in print 
ing material, he said, it has the 
same immunity as Congress it- 
self. 


Anti-Zionist 
Council Hit 
By 39 Rabbis 


Thirty-nine rabbis in the 
greater Washington area have 
joined 1300 colleagues 
across the country in a declara- 
tion reprimanding the anti 
Zionist American Council for 
Judaism 

The 
signatories 
today by 
stein, pres 


Judge Wil- 


some 


names of the local 
were made public 
Rabbi Simon Burn 
ident of the Rabbini 
cal Council of Washington. and 
Rabbi Noah Golinkin, presi 
dent of the Washington Board 
of Rabbis 
The rabbis, representing all 
three branches of American 
Judaism. charged the Council 
with distorting the precepts of 
Judaism and slandering Ameri- 
can Jews who “adhere to the 
ideals of Zionism.” The. decla- 
ration also hit the Council's at- 
tacks on national fundraising 
institutions in this country for 
the benefit of Israec! 
The declaration, the 
said. was issued “onlys 
searching our conscience.” 
“We view with contempt.” 
the declaration declared. “the 
Council's attempt to dissuade 
Americans from helping their 
fellow Jews and State of Israel 
through contributions to the 
United Jewish Appeal and the 
Israel Bond Drive.” 
Ws «These rabbis from the local 
area sicned the dec! aration: 
Adler rt) F 


jour Brickner 
° n 4 mime’ 
Goi? Golinkin, Mor Gordon 

ason Green, Zemach Green, 
Meyer Greenberg, S. Martin 
Hapern, Nathan M. Kaganoff, 
Abraham A. Kellner. Hillel Kla- 
van, Raymond Krinsky, M. H. 
Levinson, Morton Levy, Mor- 
ton Lifshutz, David Massis, Sol- 
omon H. Metz. Bernard A. Muss- 
man, David H. Panitz, Tzvi H. 
Porath. 

Philip L. Rabimowitz, Morris 
A. Sandhaus, Henry Segal, 


rabbis 
after 


—_ Seidman, Alexander Sha-| 


pro, 0, Harry Silverstone, Solo- 
on N. Skaist, Harry Z. Sky,! 
Herman J. Waldman, Lewis A. 


Weinthraub, Harold Weisburg, | 


Chaim W emneyeny. 


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Farm Gripe: Too Many ‘Schemes’ ==:;2+| iii 


You may enjoy 
a WELL-PAID Fascinating nounced 


HOTEL POSITION - — 
; In just a few months | Is there a political revolt in the Farm Belt? Here is the first It should be pointed out that; Yes, right | Don’t know .. 


| of three special articles based on a “depth interviewing” study |while the farmers disa roved| No, wron | (The table adds to more than’) 
Thousands of successful gradu- | of the farm situation in the rural areas of 12 Midwestern States PP . you gre cordially invited 


100 t since some farmers| 
ates from Coast to Coast praise §) by 50 experienced reporters of the Institute of Public Opinion. of the way Benson is handling} Don't know ........ eat alee thas po enewer.) | 
lewis Scheel. ‘Aeproved fer. Vor- his job, they are not worked’ When we asked farmers what r. iis. ie , the soit to attend a 
eran Training. Only school of it’s ¢ By John M. Fenton up enough on the average they thought the U. S. should uescay. ews O s 


kind, Free Nationwide Placement Gallup Poll Staff Representative : .t . : bank. 
Servi to wart him out of office. Only do with the surplus, here’s how The overwhelming majority 


: ’ 
| PRINCETON, N. J., May 12.\if they assumed the typical), gow farmers thought that the they answered: ef cue FREE LECTURE 
Day & Evening Classes While the politicians of both farmer is following all the ins .ojution to the farm problem| Give it away here in the _ 0 1 gly rN Pi mc 
Now Forming or Study at Home | Political parties are debating and outs of farm legislation.’ was “tg get Benson out of _U: 42% 6° > 5* ~ . % ps | 
a the merits of flexible and rigid Even though his livelihood is at there.” Give i hoe | My ae fas — Altnougn. the surplus entitled 
Open Mon. through Fri., 8:30} price supports, the average stake, he just isn’t bothering Here is the vote on Mr. Eisen- Sell it abroad il is — at some)six billion 
a. m. to 4:00 p, m. Eve. & Bf tarmer in the Midwest today is with “all the goings on” and hower’s popularity with Mid-| Sell it at a reduced price dollars, three out of four farm: 


9 y - " . are ++ tt , ; » 4a 
meee ay Range AR Ny likely to view any farm meas-| would be hard put to tell you western farmers today, as well in this country 10 ers want to just give it away CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 
for Mrs. Poe. ure as “just another scheme out which party is responsible for ** that on Benson. It should) Keep it in storage, we oer Copyright. 195 


, be noted that the President's might need it some day 3 American | ite of Public Opinion - . 
” of Washington.” . : ' : 3 
Leute Vistel Teinien Soheul Students of the farm situa- sete ~ ee popularity—although relatively, Other T 13 Tuesday: Views of the soil bank Reveals the Unlimited 
2301 Pa. Ave. N.W. ME. 0-4692 tion would make a great error 3: oN. high—is roughly 10 points be- 


In short. the farmer is a little low the level at which it'stands ~ 


or vo banks* to 80 Pe <bo you epprove or dsepprove NEW METHOD SUCCESSFUL IN RELIEVING PAINS OF ower of Prayer 
Td oe ES" ARTHRITIS, BURSITIS, by 
price plan.” He looks at his Gteng his 70 as braeaatens 


| ders| Approve ohn J. Selover, C.S.B. 
CONTRACTORS fe oe fj | RHEUMATISM AND IMPARED CIRCULATION “aa 
17 NOS he Oo oO market, an . 
loffers his solution to the farm) “Do you approve or disapprove) GLINIGALLY TESTED HEAT-AND-MASSAGE PAD =| tember of the Board of Lectureship of The 
problem: of the way Secretary of Agric ul. p 
“Get my prices up!” Sure Benson ts handling his jod! AN AMAZING NEW CONCEPT IN PAIN RELIEF '| Mother Church, The First Church of Christ 
This reporter has just oe Approve A 21% Extensive hospitai tests have proven that; to use as the everege nousehold appli- Sci ; ; 
turned from a tour of the Farm! Disapprove ............ 57 : | | ientist, in Boston, Massachusetts. 


: . THERMO-CYCLOPAD an entirely new ance. It was inevitable. alter experimes- 
Belt. With another member ot No opinion ; concept om Sain retiet. can effectively di- tation with drugs. totions end liniments, 


the Princeton staff and 50 resi-| The disapprov al vote on Ben-| minish discomtort ana pain symptomatic |that modern science would substantially 
dent reporters from the field son comes largely from the ot Arthrins. Bursitis. Rheumatism and | resolve the age-old probiem of pain relief TU ESDAY MAY 15 
Staff, we were seeking to find)farmers classifving themselves | '?*re¢ Circulation! NN en ee eee f 


, 1 ith th : ; ’ h . ' 
jout not only “how” the farmer) as Democrats and Independents Ca, GEESE GENE. CN UNtND 99U Cen Gere Be Cotes oe Carne Seen 


; 


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\way—the reasons behind his hower’s personal popularity | srmultancousiy. It combines deep. con jtism. of Impaired Circaiation. this te tm- . 
opinions. with the farmers comes to light! trefied neat qith ocenerrating cyel/ord| deed @ milestone m scientific achieve- in 
story was the same: “Both par-\ducted since the President| ™** 44 action gers down :ato bone and/ the Thermo-Cyclopaa 5 offering am en- ; 
ie} is increas circulant ne ispels ntenit } E BOOKLET. F i > . 
ties are so busy politicking over vetoed the controversial farm Soe dusted, e o- Ae yi cae = ms a ens pen oclow and vou an First Church of Christ, Scientist 
got time left to help us out.” | Interviewers were assigned) ever and whenever he prefers .. sitting. | copy of “M e¢ of Science a valu- . 
Take the case of Ralph Con- to return to the Same area they resting reading. reclining, of even a ed x thet conmcernms a!) @hhe are ome 1770 Euclid St. N.W. 
just outside Sturgis, Mich. They found a majority of the) *#=®™O-CYCLOPAD is as convenient! in this artic! ) (at Columbia Road) 
“Ike's done a good job,” the farmers believe Mr. Eisenhow- Washington D % 
| ’ . > 
commented (he supported Ei-\the farm bill, as the following | 72° ‘4th 5. N.W., Washington 5, D. C. vhone RE. 7- 6800. 
senhower in 1952), “and I give figures show: | Senda free copy of “Miracle of Science” to 
trouble is there are so many hower did the right thing in veto- | = = Sa 
revolutionary guys that just want to talk.” | ing—that is, refusing to approve 
new demned the farm program,” he 1 : wrt Ley pio ‘*"*"*** | ington Post and Times Herald guaranteed home delivery. 
continued, “but they haven't 
own. They say 90 and 100 per 
cent of parity—why, too many 
But Conrod—like many farm- 
custom-made ers—isn't any happier with Re- 
in our plant party is really doing anything,” 
he said, “they pull a string one 
Conrad is like the average 
room ; farmer in his support of Eisen- » 
Ideal for Primary Windows hower. He differs from the a HEAVY-HAULING PROPJET 
Or We Will Install stances, we found the Secretary ie ¢ 
- . of Agriculture serving as the ee : 
For Free Estimate and Demonstration administration's “whipping _ C-1 30 


feels but “why” he feels that| Another indication of Eisen-| ‘aerr nase =" hon ast, massage —|rufer tom Acotis, Burstie” Rheum 8:00 P.M. 
Everywhere we went, the in the results of a survey con-| essere in one soft. comfortable pad | ment. The Niagara Cénipany. maker of 
the farm problem, they haven't pill. the Thermo-Cyciopad fully dressed, wher | receive. without charge or obligation. 
rod, a 42-year-old farmer from had worked in before the veto.| vor®"s ,cerned with the types of dain diecugeed 
tall, weather-beaten ex-Marine|er did the right thing in vetoing | NIAGARA THERAPY CO., 
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ADA Criticizes 


Ike, Democrats 


By Bernard D. Nossiter 


Staff Revorter 


Roy Wilkins, executive secre- 


tary of the National Associa-| 
tion for the Advancement of! 
Colored People, last night ac-| 


cused both the Eisenhower Ad- 
ministration and Democratic 
leaders of fiiling to safeguard 
civil rights. 

He said President Eisenhow- 
ers “lack of leadership” had 
“contributed mightily” to the 
“ugly tension” ‘n the South. 

And he told the convention 
of Americans fo: Democratic 
Action that Democratic legis- 
latures have passed “restric. 
tive, vindictive and insulting” 
laws against Negroes while the 
Democratic national party buys 
“unity with silence and inac- 
tion.” 

Earlier, delegates voted a 
om pee plank embodying Wil. 

ins’ message. It blamed both 
parties for permitting a “na- 
tional crisis” in which “Negroes 
are denied the rights due them 
under the Constitution and the 
law.” 

The resolution deplored “in. 
action by the President.” 
charged Democrats with “yield. 
ing” to their “segregationist 
wing’ and accused Republicans 
of “indifference to civil rights” 
and exploiting the Democratic 
split to protect a “coalition with 
the most conservative elements 
of the South.” 

After a spirited floor debate 
at the Shoreham Hotel, the 
delegates voted 128-123 to re- 
tain a clause backing an amend- 
ment to the aid-to-education 
bili sponsored by Sen. Herbert 
H. Lehman (D-N. Y.). This 
would put in escrow Federal 
funds that would otherwise go 
to segregated schools 

Opponents claimed this pro- 
vision would block passage of 
@ school aid bill while support- 
ers argued that a weaker stand 
would be a “retreat” from ADA 
principles. 

The resolution also called for 
a White House conference of 
write and Negro leaders to 
“ease tensions,” strong civil 
rights laws and support in the 
platforms of both parties for 
Supreme Court civil rights deci- 
sions. 

The ADA adopted a series 
of foreign policy resolutions 
highly critical of the Adminis- 
tration. One was a general 
resolution which said the bal- 
ance of world power has 
“shifted ominously toward the 
Soviet bloc and the position of 
the free nations has been 
weakened.” 

Another resolution said ex- 
pansionist policies of the Soviet 
bloc remain the overriding 
threat to world peace and free. 
dom today 

A resolution on the Middle 
East said every effort should be 
made in the United Nations to 
test Soviet offers to cooperate 
in achieving a settlement there 

Just before adjourning, the 
ADA got into a hassle over 
amending its 1955 platform on 


0 eae . 


pens WELL LMS 


cial discrimination in Washing- 


> ecante Ee te a 
i I ROOTES IAA 


academic freedom. It finally 
approved an amendment by 


Larue Brown, Boston delegate,| 


‘saying that educational authori-| 


ties in judging the competence | 
of a teacher “should not adopt) 
automatic criteria of disquali- 
fication, but should fairly 
judge every case upon its in- 
dividual merits. We recognize, 
however, the critically impor- 


tant bearing of present mem- 


bership in the Communist Par.- 
ty upon any such judgment.” 

In the convention's keynote 
address, Walter P. Reuther, 
AFL-CIO vice presidem, warned 
the Democrats against trying to 
“straddle the civil rights ques- 
tion.” 

The auto workers union head 
declared if the Democrats at- 
tempt to “compromise” the 
issue, they do not “deserve the 
support of the American peo- 
ple.” 

“The “battle against the mid. 
die of the road” was termed 
ADA's “hardest” fight by Na- 
tional Chairman Joseph L. Rauh 
Jr. The Washington attorney 
opposed the notion of “inher- 
ent virtue in comoromising 
great issues.” 

Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, fea- 
turec speaker at the evening 
session, said the United States 
cannot afford to have the two- 
thirds of the people of the 
world who are colored “think 
we are not moving steadily’ 
ahead” in improving race rela- 
tions ’ 

She said this country “must 
show evidence” of progress in| 
race relations or the nonwhite 
peoples of the world may ac- 
cept instead Russian “prom- 
ises” that they regard “all men 
as brothers.” 

Mrs. Roosevelt said that to 
win the friendship of these 
populations, “we must make 
them believe we are interested 
in seeing them develop.” She 
criticized the foreign aid pro- 
gram because of its “unreal- 
istic” emphasis on military in- 
stead of economic aid. 

In his bipartisan blast, Wil- 
kins charged that the Justice 
Department inaction was aid- 
ing a “massive conspiracy” by) 
Southern Democrats “to deny | 
several millions of citizens their 
right to vote.” 

He warned that Negro voters 
will weigh the “Administra- 
tion's failure” to implement the 
Supreme Court's school deseg- 
regation ruling. 

In the South, “hoodlums hold 
sway,” and in Congress, South- 
ern legislators are “preaching 
a regional doctrine couched in 
terms just short of secession,’ 
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Of Truman, 


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Rep. Hugh Scott, general, 
counsel of the Republican Na-) 


GOP to Discuss Record 


Scott Says 


copy of the new (book), ‘The 
Truman Scandals, which I 


Virginia Group 
Weighs Sales Tax 


Northern Virginia leaders 
met last night in Alexandria to 
take a position on the sales tax 
problem and wound up by 
tentatively scheduling another 


tional Committee, struck back) have just seen. The book gives' meeting Friday. 
at former President Truman|a few facts Mr. Truman forgot) The meeting was called by 


yesterday for saying the Eisen- 
hower Administration is plan- 


ning “another election cam-| 


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to mention in his own biog- 
raphy.” ) 
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Planning and Economic vel- 
opment Commission and its) 
fiscal survey committee, headed 


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any smcaring in this campaign 
by the Republicans,” Scott said 


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man record.” 


inee 
Mr. Truman made his charge 


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for Democratic Action, meet- 
ing in annual convention here. 

Scott, a Pennsylvania Repub- 
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“Il hope that among his bon- 
voyage gifts he took with him a 


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to bring Trumanism into the 
presidential campaign. There is 
increasing speculation that he 
will be the Democratic, nom- 


“As far as the Republican 
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Truman was repudiated by 
millions of his own party in 
1952 and his record was re. 


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A 20 Sunday, May 13, 1956 


Silver Spring Hospital 
Plan Faces Hot Hearing 


By Ralph 


Reikowsky 


Staf® Reporter 


A climactic public hearing 
Monday night may end a 12. 
ar effort to get a hospital 
ilt in the Silver Spring area. 
The hearing is scheduled for 


ity should set up a hospital au- 
thority similar to the one in 
\Fairfax Crunty and lease the 
‘facility to it, to maintain the 
community, non-profit features 


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ville, If the crowd is as large as| 


‘funds, objectors declare. 
Snure said the present plan 


some officials anticipate the is eminently sound. Legislative 


meeting place will be changed 
to the Rockville High School. 

For years various plans to 
finance a Silver Spring hospi- 
tal have died because of vigor- 
ous op tion. 

Fund drives: and legislative 
efforts similarly failed. 

The present plan was re- 
vealed last March. It calls for 
a 225-bed, $4 million hospital 
to be built on an ll-acre site 
on Forest Glen rd., near Geor- 
gia ave. 

The Silver Spring Hospital 
Association owns 25 acres at 
the proposed site, but 14 acres 
will go for a circumferential 
belt highway right of way. 

Last week Robert T. Snure, 
president of the Montgomery 
County Council. introduced 
legislation which would author- 
ize a $3 million bond issue to- 
ward construction of the hos- 
pital. Of the remaining money 
needed, more than $500,000 is 
expected from  Hill-Burton 
funds, and the rest would come 
from the association's treasury, 
the sale of the land, donations 
and a fund drive. 

The current plan has power- 
ful backing, heret»fore lacking. 
Proponents include the Allied 
Civie Group, the Silver Spring 
Medical Association, Junior 
Chamber of Commerce, Board 
of Trade, Lions, Kiwanis and 
thirteen civic associations. 

Opposition, as in the past, is 
vigorous and vociferous. Lead- 
ing the opposition is the Thir- 
teenth District Referendum As- 
sociation, the Wheaton Cham- 
ber of Commerce, and a scat- 
tering of civic associations. 

The former group gets its 
name from a unique feature of 
the latest plan for a hospital. 

The Snure measure calls for 
the bonds to be amortized by a 
30-year special levy on the 13th 
election - district—the Silver 
Spring and Wheaton areas—not 
to exceed seven cents per $100 
assessed valuation. 

This, opponents maintain, is 
unfair, arbitrary and discrim- 
inatory. Darwin Stolzenback, of 
the Homewood Citizens Asso- 
ciation asked “Why should we 
pay when it is obvious the 
whole county and even other 
areas will use the hospital?” 

Ralph D. Boyd, president of 
the hospital association assert- 
ed efforts to launch a hospital 
on Countywide participation 
failed because residents in 
other areas objected that the 
hospital would be primarily 
local. 

Another objection is that it 
fs unsound practice to turn over | 
$3 million of public money to) 
& private institution. The coun-' 


\safeguards include preliminary 
‘approval of the finance depart- 
‘ment before construction funds 
can be spent; two members of 
the council will sit on the board 
of directors for thirty years; 


and the association is primari- 


ly a public body. 


He said the membership of 


the association will be changed 
to include every homeowner in 


the district. Now only a person | 


paying dues of $2 a year is a 
member. 

A final objection is that no 
provision is made for needed 
operating expenses until the 
hospital can be self-supporting. 

Boyd said the association can 
meet operating expenses for 
two years through the associa- 
tion’s treasury, sale of land, 
donations, and fund drives. He 
also said the hospital will be 
‘open to all patients, regardless 
(of race or color. 


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CSC Readies Plan 
To Make Scientist 
Jobs More Alluring 


CIVIL SERVICE is about 
ready to take the wraps from) 
its new plan to make Govern) 
ment jobs more attractive to 
scientists and technicians. 

Chairman Philip Young told 
the House Post Office & Civil 
Service Committee that such 
a proposal was in the works. 
He hinted OSC would oppose 
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heads the authority to fix sala- 
ries for the jobs that would 
be competitive with those of- 
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entific and engineer salaries. 
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RETIREMENT: S. 2875, the 
major CS Retirement bill by) 
Sen. Olin Johnston (D-S. C.), 
isn't expected to be considered. 
this week by the Senate. In 
fact, debate on it may be de-| 
layed for several weeks, which! 
would threatén its chances for 
enactment this year. 

The bill hasn't been sched- 
uled for action on the Senate’ 
floor. The Senate leadership | 
has given priority to the new 
farm bill, the road-construction| 
measure, and half a dozen other | 
major bills. The bill to broaden 
Secial Security also may get "> 
before S. 2875. Of course, sig-| 
nals could be switched and the| 
CSR bill could be brought up 
and passed quickly. 

Meantime, there have been 
numerous behind-the-scenes ac- 
tivities on retirement. Report- 
edly, some influential people 
want the estimated $466 mil- 
lion annual “level cost” of S. 
2875 reduced sizably. Talk has 
centered around a cutback in 
the proposed increase in annu- 
ities; of restricting the amounts 
that could be paid to survivors, 
and of modifying the provision 
to require the Government to 
pay 3.5 per cent interest on 
CSR funds. 

However, the Johnston bill 
was reported out of the Senate 
committee by a 12-to0 vote 
and it may be awkward for any 
of its members to propose re- 
ductions of proposed employe 
benefits. Several influential 
members of Congress are said 
to be insisting on a bill that 
wouldn't cost more than $250 
million a year. In other words, 
to cut back proposed benefits 
in S. 2875 by nearly 50 per cent 
and to have the employes pay 
$90 million of the added cost 
by increasing their contribu- 
tions to 7 per cent. 

JOHN W. MACY, JR., CSC's 
executive director, revealed in 
a Philadelphia speech: 

That CSC in September will 
hold the first of a series of two- 
week conferences of top per- 
sonnel people to broaden their 
understanding of the relation- 
ship of personnel and general 
management. Personnel train- 
ing at all levels will be con- 
sidered. 

That CSC is advocating!) 
closer cooperation between | 
personnel specialists and line 
managers in the field of job| 
classification. “The ‘father-| 
knows-best’ attitude on the| 
part of the personnel office,” 
he said, “makes classification 
seem more like a left-handed 
monkéy wrench than a useful 
tool of management,” and, 

That employes who win in- 
ecentive awards will be given 
credit for promotions. | 


POST OFFICE is revising a 
controversial provision in the 
new postal manual which some 
employe leaders feared would 
be used to silence employes 
Officials concede that the word-| 
ing of the provision was, “un- 
fortunate.” This is the story: 

The department is rewriting 
the Postal Manual. On March 
28. a section was issued which 
said in part that “employes 
shall not actively engage in 
campaigns for or against) 
changes in service ... that the! 
employes shall await specific in-| 
structions before engaging in 
local hearings or activities.” | 

On the surface, it appeared! 
that postal employes could be 
prevented from working to im- 
prove their pay, retirement and 
other benefits. Union officials 
said the language was a clear 
violation of the Lloyd-LaFol- 
lette Act which gives employes 
the right to petition Congress 

But on closer examination, it 
was discovered that the lan 
guage was merely picked up 
bodily from the Postal Trans 
portation Service Manual where 


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it had appeared for many years.’ 


Its intent was to discourage 
PTS employe pressures for 
changes in transportation serv- 
ices, etc 

So, the general language 
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HEALTH PLAN: it's alter- 
nately hot and cold. At the 
moment, it's cold. Congres- 
sional action on it has been 
pushed into the indefinite fu- 
ture. 

Nevertheless, there is a gen- 
eral —— that in the dying 
days of this Congress the bill 
will be approved. The measure, 
proposed by the President, 
would give you and your de- 
seonegges free insurance against 

avy medical expenses. 


Today’s Chuckle 


A tramp knocked at the door 
of an English inn called 
“George aad the Dragon.” A 
woman answered and he asked 
for a bite to eat. 

“No!” she yelled and slammed 

2 ener. | 


few minutes later he 


City’s Transit Faces Crucial Test in House 


tanne ity 


Richard 


SUNDAY, MAY 13, 


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6 Washington is coming up on 
resentatives this week. 


Spring Is Busting Out With Flowery Beauty 


hol. te 


By Tom Kelley. Staff Photographer 


It's spring and the city has come alive with flowers, 
which are often breathtaking in beauty. At 9600 Ken- 
sington parkway, Rock Creek Hills, Md., a half acre 
of flowery beauty stops motorists in their tracks. It's 
the home and garden of Rear Adm. and Mrs. Harold 
A. Houser and it nestles in flowers almost the year 
around. But this is the glorious period—hundreds and 
hundreds of azaleas riot in color, the lavenders, from 
pale to mulberry; white, pink, and rare yellow. They 
spill over the three terraces. There are also narcissus 
and jonquils and the early summer brings daylilies 
and phlox. Then come the early chrysanthemums, 
which bloom until Thanksgiving. The Housers pur- 
chased the fairyland 18 months ago from Dr. and Mrs. 
Ross C. Thompson, who created it. “I didn’t know a 
weed from a flower when we moved here,” Mrs. 
Houser says. “But we are learning.” 


Tree of Grace and Legend 


Law Helps Dogwood Keep 


Proud Place in Area Sun 


By Jean White 


Staff Reporter 
The dogwood, a flowering tree which Jesus Christ was nailed 
with legend and legislation be- Thereafter, the limbs were 
hind it, is spreading its beauty 
over the Washington area 
Motorists in Rock Creek Park 


or on country lanes are met by 
the beauty of its snowy drifts 
on a hillside or in a woodland. 
It blossoms forth on the lawns’ 
of many homes. 

Last year Virginia passed a 
law to protect the dogwood, its 
state flower. Garden clubwomen 
raised the cry of “Woodman, 
spare that tree” against what 
they called forays of Yankees 
from the north. Dogwood, a 
hard, tough wood, was coming 
in demand for manufacturing 
shuttles for tevtile mills. 

The women were successful 
in pushing through legislation 
to prohibit the commercial 
cutting of dogwood unless the 
tree is at least 6 inches in di- 
ameter at its greatest thick- 
ness. 

Behind the beautiful flower, 
and its twisted limbs is a leg-' 


tree never again could be used 
to make a cross 
The four petals, 


Christ. 


a native American tree. 


in the area. 


National 
Association. 


Realty Bills Due May 15 


District 
the legend Falis Church 
goes, represent the stigmata of Pairfax 


The white-flowering dogwood, 
the best known species here, is 
| Its AREA TOTAL 
pink-flower form came from a 
“sport,” or mutation, when pink 
blossoms appeared on a plant in signment of two 10-man motor- 
a park outside Philadelphia. 
Now the pink form is widely|with a high accident rate dur- 
planted in gardens and parks ing the most 


At the National Arboretum, 
many varieties of the dogwood prompted the new policy of 
from around the world have tightened 
been planted. The collection teen persons died in accidents 
was presented by the Women’s during the first three months 
Farm and Garden of last year. In the same period 


| Scheduled for action Wednes-* 


iday is a bill written by the 
House Commerce Committee 
which would restore to Capital 
Transit Co., with concessions, 
the franchise Congress ordered 
revoked last summer 

The House bill is the direct 
opposite of a measure passed 
by the Senate last Wednesday 
creating an interim Public Auw- 
thority to run transit for three 
years. Under the Senate bill 
the District Commissioners 
would continue their search for 
a private operator. If none 
turned up, the authority would 
become permanent on August 
15, 1959 

If the House passes the resto- 
‘ration bill, the issue would be 
thrown into a House-Senate con- 
‘ference. A committee from each 
house would sit down together 
and try to agree on a single 
bill to send to the President 

But observers see littie 
ground for compromise between 
a Public Authority and restora 
tion of Capital Transit’s fran- 
chise. They say it is bound to 
mean one side must back down. 
| House passage of the restora- 
tion bill would reverse last 
year’s action and would over- 
iride the District Commission- 
lers’ recommendation for a pub- 
| lic authority 


‘Power of Authority Feared 


The House Commerce Com. 
mittee decided the proposed 
authority would have too far- 
reaching powers; that there 
was no time for a new private 
operator to get in business by 
August 14, and that the “most 
practical” solution was to hand 
the job back to the company set 
up to do it—Capital Transit 

The House bill not only would 
hand back the franchise. It 
would return a more attractive 
one than it took away. Capital 
Transit would be relieved from 
paying the $450,000 annual gross 
receipts tax. It would pay no 
city gasoline tax if earnings 
dropped below 6%. per cent 
CTC would be guaranteed ac 
tion within 90 days by the Pub 
lic Utilities Commission on re- 
quests for fare increases. The 
company would be’ permitted 
to shift from streetcars to buses 
gradually, not immediately, as 
the PUC wants 

For the past two weeks oppo 
sition to the House bill has been 
building among several groups 
of House members who oppose 
it for different reasons. They 
are making an uphill fight. 

Some opponents think the na- 
tionwide picture shows the shift 
to a Public Authority is in- 
evitable and should take place 
now. 


Wolfson Management Opposed 


Some conservative backers of 
private operation oppose giving 
the franchise back to the Wolf- 
son management which they 
think has given private enter- 
prise a black eye. They want a 
new private operator 

Some liberal members oppose 
the House bill because it con- 
tains no arbitration machinery 
or other provisions desired by 
transit union officials. CTC's 
operators union is making a 
strong effort to defeat the 
House bill 

Other House members have 
iseized on the Senate's interim 
jauthority plan as a compromise 
i between a permanent Authority 


One Since April 
Drive Cuts 


Fatalities 
InTrattic | 
[ae ee 


By Wendell Bradley 
Staff Reporter 

The Metropolitan Police De- 
partment’s war on traffic of- 
fenders is saving lives, Traffic 
Bureau records showed yester- 
day. 

There were 25 fatalities from 
Jan. 1 through March 31 as a 
result ef traffic accidents—an 
average of 1 fatality every 3 
days. Since April 1, the day 
“selective enforcement” began, 
there has been only one traf- 
fic death—a rate of 1 every 
42 days. 

The main feature of the in- 
itensive and continuing traffic 
‘safety program involves the as- 


Washington Area 


Traffic Toll 


Deaths Deaths Total! 
Through Through Deaths 


twisted so that the dogwood May 11, 1955 May 11, 1956, 1955) 


Alexandria 
Arlington 


Aig 


1 5 


Montgomery 
Prince Georges 


19 18 56 


59 60 192 


cycle teams to District streets 


accident-prone 
hours. 
A mounting traffic death toll 


enforcement. Six- 


this year 25 deaths were re- 
ported. 
| “We always expect January 


|to be a bad month because of 


knocked again. The woman re-|end that reaches back to the for the first half of 1956 are Liverman of the Traffic Di 


appeared. “Now,” said 
tramp, “could I) have a few 
words with George?” 


the ' Crucifixion. It is told that the due and payable without pen- 
ood was the tree that was/alty on or before May 15. The 
fashioned into the cross upon bills were mailed out April 19. 


do 


sion said, “but we became 
alarmed when fatalities in Feb- 
| ruary were double the figure 

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; 


for 


secosce. £1.98 72] 
6 6 6 
6 


35) 


patrol soon will cover the hours|in Arlington for 32 years. He 


and restoration. They see it a 
giving the city another chance 
ito find a private operator 
| Leading House opponent of 
the CTC restoration bill is Rep 
‘John W. Heselton (R-Mass.) a 
‘senior member of the Com- 
merce Committee 
Heselton has introduced a 
House bill identical to the Sen- 
ate measure as reported from 
the Senate District Committee 
: But the parliamentary situation 
sixth graders said he liked best in the House is such that Hesel- 
“the auto horns and bike bells ton will not be able to call for 
and police whistles you had in 4 yote on his bill unless the 
one of your concerts” in his restoration bill is first defeated 
letter to Conductor Mitchell Chances of defeating the res- 
Another (he'll be running for toration bill are considered less 
office 10 years from MmOW) than 50-50 by veteran House ob- 
wrote Mitchell servers. Some opponents think 
“I have heard all of the they can beat it. They hope at 
concerts you have conducted. jeacst.to run up a big enough 
I liked some of them, others I opposition vote so that House 
didn’t like. In most every COn- members won't take an im- 
cert I have liked at least one movable position in conference 
piece. | do not like concert mu 
sic but I have enjoyed some of Restoration “Disagreeabie” 
the concerts you have con-| House Majority Leader John 
ducted . W. McCormack (D-Mass.) has 
A little girl enthusiast told called restoration of the Wolf. 
Mitchell “when the concert son franchise “disagreeably un- 
would come on, we children satisfactory.” But he is the only 
and (their teacher) would be jeader to take such a stand and 
real still and you could have apparently is making no effort 
heard a pin drop. If there was to whip up party opposition to 
a little tiny sound outside, We the committee bill 
could even hear that.” Heselton is strong for private 
Other sponsors of this year's operation,. but wants a new 
series included American Se- operator 
curity and Trust Co. CIO-| “] think Congress was com- 
Philip Murray Memorial Fund, pletely justified in revoking the 
the Hecht Co., Frank R. Jel- franchise” he said last week! 
leff, Inc., Kitt Music Co., Per- ~The company has not lived up 
petual Building Association. to its responsibilities. We are 
Potomac Electric Power C0., asked to reverse ourselves and 
WGMS, Woodward & Lothrop. give Capital Transit something 
Mrs. Charlies Hamilton Mad-on a platter. 
dox and Mrs. Jouett Shouse. “The alleged issue of public 


ownership is not real but it has 
| disturbed many members of 
|Congress,” said Heselton. “My 
Swears in Mother bill and the Senate bill give 
: _,|the Commisstoners three years 
Mrs. Harry K. Green did ito sell the system to a private 
some swearing at her son yes-\operator. If they haven't sold 
terday, but it was all in the line|jt in two years they must re- 
of duty: port back to Congress and ex- 
The 73-yéarold Mrs. Green, plain why. Then Congress has 
well-known Arlington resident/another crack at it. I'm op 
and wife of the former Com-/posed to public ownership. | 
missioner of Revenue wasiwant to give the city another 
sworn into membership on the chance to find a private opera- 
Governors Commission to tor.” 
Study Problems of the Aging, Rep. DeWitt S. Hyde (R-Md.) 
yesterday. Her son, Clerk of| opposes the restoration bill and 
‘Courts H. Bruce Green, took/favors the Senate bill because 


Renewal in 57 Urged 


Student-Concerts Win 


Youngsters’ Approval 


National Symphony Orches- 
tra Conductor Howard Mitchell 
won overwhelming approval 
from sixth graders at the Pea- 
body School for this year's 
student concerts. 


Almost to a pupil, the chil- 
dren hoped the broadcast se- 
ries would resume next year 
and all expressed in class-writ 
ten letters their preferences 
among the selections played 

Business firms and indivi- 
duals sponsored the 15-concert 
series, some of which were 
given from Constitution Hall 
Others were conducted in var- 
ious school auditoriums and 
beamed to classrooms in both 
public and parochial schools 
The series opened last Nov. 8 
with a presentation in Cardozo 
High School sponsored by 
Sears Roebuck & Co. and 
closed last Wednesday 

One of the Peabody School 


the same month last year. We 
became more alarmed when 
March fieures were more than 
doubled.” 

Besides handing out tickets 
for violations, the motorcycle 
police seek to prevent accidents 
by giving particular attention 
td potentially dangerous driv- 
ers. 

“The best education,” said Lt. 
Albert P. Nicholson, head of 
the accident investigation unit, 
“is a piece of paper saying 
you've done wrong.” 

Yestérday was the 27th day 
without a traffic fatality in the 
District. There were 1886 acci- 
dents in March. The figure 
dropped to 1629 in April. Dur- 
ing the same period injuries fell 
from 521 to 469, and the number 
of tickets issued for moving vio- 
lations rose from 3333 to 5272. 

One shift of the motorcycle 


Son. Court Clerk. 


patrol works from 6 a. m..to 2 her official oath at the county he thinks a Public Authority is’ 
Alexandria real estate bills the weather,” Insp. William J.\p. m., and the other from 6 court house. 


. m. to 2 a. m. Police officials; Mrs. Green's late husband 


lem of providing 
indicated yesterday another +was Commisisoner of Revenue 


transit service. 
“Out in the suburbs where 


m. the feeder lines don't es a 


¢ 


1. 


from 2 p. m. to 6 p. idied in 195 


ca 


‘ 


Eramihies Restoration DEE: 


Slated for Action Wednesday 


L. Lyons 


Staff Reporter 


A crucial test for the future of public transportation in 


the floor of the House of Rep- 


the only solution to the prob-| 
adequate | 


profit we arent getting any 
service,” said Hyde. “Through- 
out the United States the ex- 
perience has been that you 
cant keep good service and 
reasonable fares under private 
ownership which must show a 
profit. You've got to get away 
from taxes and dividends.” 

Public Authvrities operate 
transit systems in several large 
cities. Last December a citizens’ 
committee in Baltimore recom- 
mended creation of a Public 
Authority to operate transit 
there. More recently the Phila- 
deiphia Urban Traffic and 
Transportation Board reported 
the need for city help to transit 
or Public Authority operation 
there 


Company Suggestion 


Louis E. Wolfson, CTC board 
chairman, suggested a Public 
Authority bill would be accep- 
table to them if it provided that 
the Authority would buy out 
CTC lock, stock and barrel 


Capital Transit’s big objec- 
tion to the Senate bill is a pro- 
vision that the Public Authority 
could buy or condemn just as 
much of Capital Transit’s 
property as it warfted. It need 
not take all 


The plan is that the Public 
Authority would not take any 
streetcars. The city’s plan is for 
immediate conversion to an all- 
bus system. CTC would be left 
with its streetcars and the cost 
of taking up the car tracks 


Total condemnation, as op- 
posed to the partial condemna- 
tion provided in the Senate 
bill, would have the effect of ree 
lieving the transit company of 
the obligation to remove the 
streetcar tracks and repave the 
streets, an obligation which 
might cost the transit company 
anywhere from $3 million ta 
$8 million 


Better “Book Value” 


Also, under total condemmna- 
tion, the transit company wou.d 
stand a better chance of securé 
ing “book value” for its assets, 
rather than the somewhat lower 
valuation reflected in the 
market value of the company’s 
steck 

Some observers believe thaf 
this question—partial condeme 
nation—versus total condeme 
nation—is really more basic inf 
the transit controversy than the 
issue of public versus privatd 
operation. As evidence of this; 
it is pointed out that the transi¢ 
company management advo-y 
cated Public Authority operas 
tion of Washington area transit 
long before the current crisis 
developed. ; 

Transit union officials are 
making an all-out fight to de+ 
feat the House bill. Walter J; 
Bierwagen, CTC union presix 
dent, and others have urged aq 
many House members as they 
could reach to vote down the 
restoration bill and vote up the 
Senate bill. 


Union Demand 


The union first wanted a 
provision written into the 
House bill requiring CTC ta 
accept binding arbitration of 
labor disputes. Bierwagen said 
he understood Commerce Com. 
mittee sponsors would not ac 
cept such an amendment to the 
restoration bill. Union officials 
now are “100 per cent” for the 
interim Public Authority 

The House Commerce Com- 
mittee feared the Public Au 
thority recommended by the 
Commissioners would turn out 
to be an autocratic Franken- 
stein. 

The Authority bill as pro 
posed by the Commissioners 
and the interim Authority bill 
passed by the Senate give the 
Publidagathority power to set 
fares House Committee 
complained that the bill made 
no mention that the fares be 
“reasonable” or that service be 
“adequate.” 

“The new Authority would 
be given exclusive jurisdiction’ 
over the rates it could charge,” 
said the House Committee re- 
port, “without elther a review. 
by, or an appeal to, any agency” 
whatsoeyer ...” Only appeal 
would be to the courts. : 


Report Cited 


The committee cited the re 
port of the Interstate Con 
merce Commission, which rec 
ommended that an independent 
agency be set up to consider 
appeals from the Authority's 
decisions. The ICC feared that’ 
a completely freewheeling Pub 
lic Authority might “develop at- 
titudes that are induced more! 
by its operating and financial 
problems than by the public, 
interest.” : 

There would be no guaran 
tee, the House Committee said.) 
that Authority profits would t 
returned to the riders in lower 
fares. The Authority could 
without further ado go in 
the airport, turnpike or harbe 
business and plow its surpl 
revenue into such profits, the 
committee said. 

The House Committee al 
argued that creation of a Pub 
lic Authority now “might well 
be counter to” recommend 
tions from the study groug 
now surveying Washington are 
transportation problems. Hyc 
argued that the interim Autho 
ity would dovetail nicely wit 
this study, which would be com 
pleted during its life. 

The House group said: 

“Regardless of past 
the Capital Transit Co. is a g 
ing concern, it has the ne 
sary equipment, and it is 1 
questionably able to render th 
needed transportation 
in as efficient and econo 
manner as anyone. It is 


tually doing the TT 


4 


Over 100 Years’ Experience 
Makes a Gawler’ Funeral 
Worth More 


For more than a century, each generation 
of Joseph Gawiler’s descendants has added a 
full measure of rich expertence to the pro 
fession of distinguished funeral direction. 


It is this accumulation of a century and more 
of experience that makes a Gawler Funeral 
worth more in every way. 


The price does not affect the Gawler tradition 
of considerate service, sympathetic treatment 
and experience in the proper handling: of 
every funeral detail. A glance at the range 
of 1,000 consecutive Gawler funerals will show 
that their relatively small costs do not reflect 
their true worth. 


Of 1000 consecutive Gowler Funer- 
gin evap Ball cons lew then 67000 
253 cost less than $400 
325 cot $400 w $700 
347 cox $700 tw $999 
753 cost more than $1,000 


of service 


JOSEPH 


WLER’S 


SONS. INC 
FUNERAL DIRECTORS 


1756 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. W.W. 


Telephone: NA. 8-5512 
COURTESY PARKING OPPOSITE 


(Paul Betters, 


James Gill, 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
sty Sundey, Mey 13, 1956 A 23 


Attorney Nathan Levin 
Dies in Witness Chair 


Nathan Levin, 58, Washing-|ter, Mrs. Benjamin Priva! of 
ton attorney and president of College Heights Estates, Md. 
the Colonial Investment Co.,|*!%2_ vive. 

Mr. Levin's brother, Abra- 
died of a heart attack yester- ham, was in the court room| 


day while testifying in a real when his brother was stricken. 


Municipal 
Adviser 


Paul Vernon Betters, 50. ex- 


Legislator - 
And Lawyer 


James W. Gill, 3. widely 


BIGGS 


Dird 
ADDOX. + Rose MARTIN. 
“father “of Miss 
: tee & Rush 


a once 
Part igeg 

ingten. Va 
MAYER ALA Os Ware ti 


m oo’ eo 2 residence 


factiities. } 
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ecutive director of the United 
States Conference of Mayors, 
died last night of a heart at-, 
ond windy the witness chair when he sud- 
Hill, in Burnt denly said, “I feel faint,” and 
Mills Hills, Sil- stumped forward. Dr. James G 
ver Spring. Sasscer answered the emergen- 


teentne nee cy call and pronounced Mr. 


United States, Levin dead of a heart attack. 
Conference of The case was being tried be- 
Mayors in 1932 fore Circuit Court Judge John 
to meet city B. Gray Jr. It concerned the 
problems of tax/ transfer of land near TB which 
Betters d elingwuency was to have been the site of | 
and’ bond de-jthe now-abandoned Hoffman | 
faviting resulting from the City development. 
depression. Its offices are at Mr. Levin, of 4705 Colorado 
730 Jackson pl. nw. ave. nw., is survived by his wife, 
It has worked for national) Rose; two sons, Lawrence and) 
programs to meet city prob-|Myron of the home address; a) 
lems, including the Municipal daughter, Mrs. Simon Wagman, 
Debt Readjustment Act of 1932, his mother, Hilda Levin, and a 
and the Federal Airport Pro-| sister, Patricia, all of Washing-| 
gram of 1946. ton. A brother, Abraham H. Le- 
Mr. Betters' served as head Vin of Silver Spring, and a sis- 
of the Conference's Information —— 


Service, edited the wo 
na’ J. Edgar Taylor 


States Municipal News 

performed liaison ot 

among a multiplicity of Gov-| Funeral services will be held, 
ernment agencies. tonight in Wildwood, N. J.. 

He came to MGM after J. Edgar Taylor, 42, a Silver| 
World War I! for one part and Spring real estate salesman | 
stayed under contract to the who died Thursday in Wash- 
studio ever since. Marilyn Mon- ington Sanitarium. 
roe got her first movie break, 
playing the blonde girl friend to Spring in recent years and 
his shyster lawyer in “The was associated for a time with 
Asphalt Jungle.” Clark's Inc., 703 14th st. nw. 


estate case in an Upper Mar!l- 
boro courtroom. 


He is survived by his wife. He is survived by his parents, 
the former Myra Graff Keck. Mr.iand Mrs. James L. Taylor; 
and four children. Richard, Ju-'a sister, Miss Cornelia H. Tay- 
\dith. Barry and Paula, all mid- lor of Silver Spring, and a 
\dle-named Keck. Two brothers, brother, H. L. Taylor, of Oxon 
(Harry R. and Hurt H. live in Hill 
\Washington. His mother, Services 
iOlivia. lives in Falls Church, Wildwood. 


will be held in 


Police said Mr. Levin was in 


for Pa.. 


Mr. Taylor came to Silver'for 10 years 


Mr. Levin was bo New known Montgomery County or- 
London, Conn. or ks sie ganization Democrat, attorney ®*JG"TWEt. 
Services will be held Mon. 2nd legislator, died unexpected- 
day at 1 p. m. at the C. p. ly yesterday at 
Goldberg ‘and Son Funera| Svbdurban Hos 
Home, 4217 Sth st. nw Burial pital He lived 
will be in B'nai Israel Ceme. 4t 9213 Colum- 


tery. bia bivd, Silver 
| Spriftg 
| Mr. Gill was 


the general 


Franklin Menges. 
Franklin Menges, 97, former oes ot the | 
Suburban | 
Republican Congressman from Tryct Co on | 


Ayo, iret yesterday well as a direc- 
at his home 17 S. Oakcrest tor and trust 
'rd., Arlington. officer. Hehaqd ™r. Gill 
| Funeral services will be held'served in the Maryland House “4#**°* 
at 1 p. m. Monday at the Ben-|of Delegates from 1938 to 1942 
‘der funeral ‘home in Gettys-/He was a member of the law. 
burg. Burial will be in Ever- firm of Duckett, Gill and Orem. 
green Cemetery. | Mr. Gill was one of the found. 
Mr. Menges was honored ers of the former Young Mens’) 
Wednesday at the Lutheran Democratic Club of Montgom- 
Charch of the Reformation for ery County, and served as its 
his many years of active serv- president. He conceived the 
ice and membership. The for- ambition of entering politics 
‘mer Pennsylvania Dutch farm- when he served Congressmen| 
ler and Congressman was also as a telegraph messenger on 
among 44 Lutheran pastors who Capitol Hill 
were honored in 1954 by the’ He was a delegate to the 
Lutheran Laymen’s Fellowship, Democratic National Conven- 
A native of Menges Mills, tion in 1952 and had been coun- 
he was the oldest living sel of the Montgomery County 
alumnus of Gettysburg Col. Liquor Control Board and a 
lege. He received his doctor's member of the county school 
\degree at the school and taught) board , 
lchemistry and physics there As an attorney, he won sev- 
eral zoning cases which led to 
| Mr. Menges served in Con- the commercial expansion of 
gress from 1925 to 1931. He Silver Spring 
|made a soil survey for the State| He had been president of the. 
of Pennsylvania and was the’ Woodside PTA as well as the 
author of many articles on North Woodside-Montgomery 
scientific agriculture Hills Citizens Association. 
Surviving are three daugh-| Mr. Gill is survived by his 
ters, Frances Menges of the) wife, the former Ruth Reed, and 
home address:. Mrs. Richard T.two daughters, Jamie Nichols, 
Schwartz, Derwood, Md. and 8312 Carey lane. and Betty 
Mrs. Phillips Elliott, 148 Colony rd., both in 


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lawn most. That's when “ordinary” grasses turn brown 
and ugly. 


Third Fleer, Washington; Lower Level, Arlington 


\ 


efficient than Plugs... 


MEYER Z-52 ZOYSIA 


Developed After Years of Research by U. S. Department of Agriculture WIFE Man 


®@ Stays Green Even in Scorching Heat While 


| — —_— Brooklyn. | Miller, 
iand a sister. Mrs. W. W. Watzke ; 


jin Elk River, Minn 
Graveside services 


'N. Y. His wife, the former May Silver Spring. His brother, Wirt 
Mclihenny of Gettysburg, died A. Gill, lives at 302 Indian 
three weeks ago. Spring drive, Silver Spring, 
and his sister, Virginia Castell, 

lat 724 Fern place tw 
Mabel F. Hackett | Funeral services will be held 
Mabel F. Hackett, 54, a clerk at 10:30 Tuesday morning at 
in the office of Rep. Elford A Woodside Methodist Church 


: 8750 Georgia ave., Silver Spring 
Cederberg (R-Mich.) died yes- Burial will be in Rockville 
terday at Washington Sanita- Union Cemetery. 
rium after an re ee ae 
operation ) 
Her husband, W. H Hackett, Suneiling 
is the Representative’s admin-| cegesrow, sOSEPH. Memorial services 
istrative assistant. She lived at) os Sundey, May 25. o: ) @ =. i 
8 Wainut st. nw Ceme — Se Memoria, 
Funeral services will be held) "* rm 
at 11 a. m. today at the Takoma KOTEIN MORRIS “M. There will 
Park Seventh Day Adventist!) © £"* 2 


KANN’S 
Church. Burial will be in Mun-| * Kote! 


WASHINGTON an 
| 
ARLINGTON — | 
in Memoriam 


ro. my CLINTON 
mi} aon. CLINT 

is vee ' ao. 

ALVIN A 

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Other Obituaries 


jheld at 1:30 p. m. Tuesday at on Page D-22 | 
|Arlington Cemetery. ) 


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. May &. 1954 
_ some flowers & 
r vou emories will never tade 
LOV MOTHER AND AUNT. 


rons. aac’, tribute os love end 
evotion a emory my dear | 
mother dats FORD. © who tt me 
twe rears a60 today. Mar 13 4 CI 
Twe ead and lonely years a. awinn' 
a great sorrow fel) 
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BAREAM, FRANK LEE. A especial com 
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7 ane. <er: : ’ ‘ a» ’ :; roth . . : : “ . = saARHAM 
) m @ fair bett land JAMES P PERRARA Masiey 
De ter y J. MATCHETT 
: Gr ‘ome ; SAUNDERS | = aA a. Ww al TER row AEDs. 
' Ma iZ 
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NOpingon 
If you could fust be ~~ with we er 
we could be with 
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wentee’s itt be poem, Be By Wouldn't 
we be ear? 
And wouldn't it be grand te be to- 
sether every cay’ 


DORIS. CHARLES AND BOYS 


Card of Thanks 


MAT. CHARLES W. We wish te express 


for 


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loving mem 
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Practically Care-Free Lawn 


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tributes during eur recent bereave- 


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ORIGINAL 


Green Beauty 


MEYER Z-52 
ZOYSIA GRASS 


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none 

pitation since ar 
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High and low somperntures and 
p.m., EST 


Credit for amazing Meyer Z-52 Zoysia Grass belongs to 
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture and the U.S. Golf Assn., 
Greens Section. After years of experimentation these 
specialists perfected this amazing grass with advantages 
never before available. Now, thousands of delighted 
lawn owners all over the country have proven that a 
GREEN BEAUTY lawn improves year after year. 


t end me 
Mondays 


rain for 24 hours ending 7 


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Demand Exceeds Supply—Act New 
Not enough Meyer 7-52 Zoysia Grass in the ground to 
supply demand. Order today and be sure of prompt 
shipment within two weeks. 


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GREEN BEAUTY is the finest pure strain of Meyer 
Z452 Zoysia Grass. Shipped fresh from the ground, ex- 
pertly processed, packaged and guaranteed to reach you 
at peak of vitality! Any GREEN BEAUTY you order 
which fails to grow will be replaced absolutely free of 


9.93 


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214.98 


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ESTATE PKG. 


Enough to plant 900 sq. ft. 
apart. 


STARTER PKG. 


Enough to plant 100 sq. ft. set 12” 
apart. 


set 12” 


Due to the Sudden Passing of 


NATHAN LEVIN 


President of Colonial Investment Com- 
pany, and Vice President of Colonial 
Mortgage Corporation. 


4.98 


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S$. KANN SONS CO., WASH., D. C. 


Please send me package (s) os indicated: 
Serter Pkg. 4.96 ec. Estate Pkg., 24.98 ec. 
Our offices will be closed 


on Monday, May 14. 


COLONIAL INVESTMENT 
923 15th Street N.W. 


Please add 2% tar where seceseary Free delivery in 
end 23 nearby Virginia end Mearyland counties, 


Washington 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD : ; 
A24 —._——Sunday, May 13, 1956 _ 


ARLINGTON STORE HOURS MONDAY 12.30 to 9:30 P.M. — WASHINGTON STORE 9:30 A.M. to 6 P.M. 


4 


ALE...2.98 to 3.98 Garment Bags 


Three different styles at One Low Price 


yp 


, 
a 
i) 


GLEE 


. 


aye? 


“Dai field” “Virginia Pink” 


24.9% Dinner Sets... 
53 pieces, Service for 3 


<eee b>, 


Save almost $11.00 on an attractive American 
made dinner set. Choice of two lovely patterns. 
“Daisyfield”—ivory body decorated with oval 
floral design in soft pastel shades. Combined 
with plain blue. 

Creamer “Virginia Pink”—Ivory body with pink, blue and 
Vegetable Dish tan floral design. Combined with plain pink. 


Kann's—China—Third Floor, Washington; Street Fleor, Arlington 


REL RLE LLL 


9 


A. These superbly constructed bags of heavy 
see-through plastic have special zippered pocket 
for Para, reinforced plastic bound seams, pink 
trim. Long easy sliding zippers. Jumbo size for 
16 garments, dress size for 8, suit size for 8 and 
jumbo suit size for 16. Each with 2-ozs. of Para. 


C. Sturdy plastic bags have electrenic- 
quilted (stitchless) fronts and special Para 
containers. Non-tilt frames with 3 hooks, 
Long easy-slide zippers. Choice of 3 sizes— 
jumbo for 16 garments, suit sizes for 8 and 


Covered Sugar dress size for 8. Each with 2-ozs. of Para. 


Housewares Third Floor, © ashington; 


~etitewjs @oOawa aq @ 


B. Super jumbo garment bag holds up to 30 
garments. Made of heavy guage plastic with 
quilted trim. Sturdy non-tilt frame with 4 hooks. 


Lower Level, Arlington 


Gering Plastic Sprinkler 


sot. $F OD 


Big 22” famity-size portable brazier 
grill makes cooking outside the cen- 
ter of family fun. Tubular legs, rub- 
ber tired wheels, 26° high. Folds 


Save on 50 Ibs. of ALL 


9.995 


Gives controlled suds for automatic 
washers. Removes ground-in grime, 


Pittsburgh glass mirrors to hang on 
door or wall for “top-totoe” view- 
ing. Complete with plastic clips and 
screws for hanging. 12x48" 5.96— 
14x54" 4.44—16x60" 5.55. ‘ 


Heavy gauge rubber 24” stair treads 
in beau block design in grey. green, 
beige or maroon. Long-wearing— yet gentle enough for nylons, silks. 
easy to clean with damp cloth or Economical, too. Comes in reusable 
broom. No Mail or Phone Orders. drum. 


3-tube style of 100% virgin vinyl 24 heavyweight peralle!l plastic 
plastic. Lays flat to sprinkle .. . fe- lines, each 72” long. 6 ft. from 
verse to use as soaker. Both ends ground. Opens and closes easily. 
couple. Guaranteed. 25-ft. Sprinkler Galyanized steel pole, non-rust arms. 
2.99 Capped ground socket included. 


“* 
—-—se rr © 


— JA hia ad -~ rose. 


Trash and Garbage Cans 


Galvanized metal cans with strong 
corrugated sides, snug fitting lids. 
Non-corroding. 


Deluxe Grinder 6.98 Black Iron Fernery 6.98 Steel Ironing Table Black Iron Phone Stand 15.95 Wall Cabinets 


Doed 


Grinds, slices, shreds and grates 
White base with 4 rust-proof cutting 
wheels and safety food pusher. 
Comes apart quickly for cleaning 
A B&M Product! 


17.95 Utility Cabinets 


11.99 


Heavy gauge metal cabinets with 
glossy white enamel finish. Full 


63x24x12-in. size with five shelf . 


spaces—provides lots of storage 
space. No parcel post deliveries. 


4.93 


Attractive fernery for displaying 
your plants. Single tray—27~ long. 
7” wide—large enough for several 
pots. Stands 26%~ high. Pompeian 


green. Buy now and save 2.00. 


19.95 Metal Wardrebes 


13.99 


Giant 64x27x20-in. double door style 


for long, bulky garments. Has stur- 
dy clothes rod and built-in hat shelf. 
Brovn crackle finish. No parcel post 
deliveries. One Week Delivery. 


4.938 


Save 2.00 on one of these sturdily 
constructed ironing tables. Folds 
compactiy for easy storage. Grey 
enamel finished steel. 


298 Pad and Cover Set ..... 1.98 


19.98 Base Cabinets 


10.99 


Insulated, convenient 36” range 
height base. Has grey 16x20 Formica 
top, handy cutlery drawer and 2 
roomy storage spaces. White enamel 
finish. No parcel post deliveries. 


obo edab 


Handsome black iron stand holds 
phone, note pad. pencils and tele- 
phone books. Smart white plastic 
trim and plastic tipped feet. Stands 
24” high. 


29.98 Base Cabinets 


19.99 


Range height with stainless porce- 
lain 20x24” top. Has metal bread 
drawer, 2 utility drawers and 2- 
space storage compartment. White 
enamel finish. No parcel post de- 
liveries. 


3.98 Trash Cans, 20-gal 2.98 
2.49 Garbage Cans, 10-gal. 2.19 
2.39 Hot-Dipped Garbage Cans, 

i 


7-gal. : 
1.49 Hot-Dipped Garbage Cans, 
1.19 


6.98 Steel T Posts 


4.9% pr. 


Sturdy steel T posts will hold 4 
long clothes lines. Posts are 7 feet 
high, 1% inches in diameter. Weath- 
er-resistant aluminized finish. Com- 
plete with ground sleeves. 


Kann’s—Housewares—Third Floor, Washington; Lower Level, Arlington—24-Hour Phone Order Service—DI. 7-7200 


r 


10.99 


Sturdy metal with white enamel 
finish. In 54x24x10-inch overall size 
to hang over sink or base cabinet. 
No parcel post orders 


69.95 Retary Mower 


49.95 


Gasoline 18” rotary mower has 1%. 
h.p. Clinton 2-cycle engine with rope 
starter. Trims %” on either si 

to 2” adjustable cut height. 
mail or phone Limited 
quantities. 


1° 


. 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, May 13, 1956 BL 


_ 


ALL 3 GREAT STORES 


GENERAL NEWS 


S |APiS 


TOMORROW! 


MONDAY 


AND 


TUESDAY 


THE HECHT CO 
2DISTRICT DAYS 


JUST 2 DAYS! 


Savings galore on every floor, all 3 stores! Thousands 


JUST 2 DAYS! 


JUST 2 DAYS! 


SI Hollywood 
Nylon Briefs 


2 ior *I 


White. nrion im misses sizes 
5 to 7. &O pieces. 
ird Fl. Week 


Street F S lrer Serius 
PARK ingtos 


and thousands of dollars worth of summer needs at 


sharp savings! 


Hundreds and hundreds of things you need for summer: 


fashions, men’s and children’s 


ances! 
Our only 


wear, home needs, appli- 


store-wide event of the season! Your Just-once 


chance to stock up for summer at terrific savings! 


Parking’s easy at all 3 stores. 


(During construction of 


our new Parking Building Downtown, vo just 1 block 


away at Colonial Parking, 6th and D, N 


Hecht Co. rates. ) 


Juniors’ 3.99- 
4.99 Fancy Pants 


1.99 


Tapered leg crarr pents ‘hn 
cotton prints. stripes; 98-15 
i356 

3rd mt. Werhinmeten: Pad FT 

5 ,r Spring 4 PARA imegitos 


Jr. Debs’ 3.99 
Blouses 

a 
Seeveless of short sieeve cot- 


toms. Prints and gay solids. 
10-16. 360 pecs. 


..W., at usual low 


SI-S2 Misses’ 
String Gloves 


69° 


Stretch nylons and cottons: 
sizes 6-7',. 586 pr! 


Street F’.. wee ington, 
Silver Sprit 4, 
PARK aaa 


List 1.95 
Hot Plates 


99° 
Single burner with nicro coll 


heating element. 300 


Tth FL. Washington: 4th Fi. 
Stiver Spring & PARKington 


i 


828 Set of 2 
Steak Knives 


9.99 


1847 Rogers Bros. tn choice of 
several patterns. 57 sets 


Trh Fl.. Washington: 4th Ft, 
Stiver Spring @&@ PARKington 


, 


. 
FP, RRA Wigze 
EARLY-BIRD SPECIALS IN LIMITED QUANTITY REWARD FIRST COMERS! SORRY, NO MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS. 


29.95 4-Drawer 
Utility Chests 


9.95 


Mahogany finish. 4 drawers. 
Sturdy. Just 12. 


l. Weehington & 
PARKington: ird FL, 


Suver Spring 


Mens 20¢ & 25c 
Handkerchiefs 


9< 
up by the dorgens., 
Cottons, full 


ca ’ W ashingtor, 
er Spring & PARK ingtos 


10.98 Dresses of 
Imported Linen 


2-99 


py Henry Rosenfeld. Sheaths 


nOTs 10-18 


Infants’ 2.99 
Cabana Sets 


1.39 


Mand@dmece I.1¢. cotton’ Baby 
boys’ sizes G-M-L. 173 pcs 


ed Wertrecton etd 
° F . 


or Spring 
PARK: agtos 


Jr. Debs’ 4.99- 
6.99 Dresses 


1.99 


: immer Srints, solids. Well- 
mage! 7-15. 100 pes 


- Wach-netoan 4 


3.29 Fiberglass 
Tier Curtains 


1.38 ,,. 


No-iron. 30 & 36° long. 66° 
wide per pair. White. 250 pr. 


List 29.95 
20” Window Fans 


16.66 


Two speed. fite windows 24 to 
37°. Just 75 


7th FL. Washington: ath Fi. 
Silver Spring & PARKington 


Dyed Northern 
Muskrat Stoles, 


Capes *69 


Lush capes and st oles nm sev 
eral styies. dyed im moon he 
grey or deep brown a ist it 
ar er cts labeled ‘ how 
country of : ri n o! imported furs 
ra Fi ' md (Fi. 
sul er Sor pan "é@ PARK ngfor 


Twin Inner- 
Spring Mattress 


35 
Medium soft. Discontinued 
ticking! Save now! 50 
qin Ff Washington @ 
PARK ingto ird Fi 


er Spring 


Men’s 3.50-85 
Jewelry Sets 


1.39 


pilus 10% tazZ 


Pamous make tie-bar and 
cult nk sets | handsome 
gift boues. 350 sets 
‘ened § U's naton, 
5 cr Spring & PARKingtos 


Famous Bras 


3 — *I 39c ca. 


Strapless P -v 7 
raeny fabric cs 12° SA B.C 
1.000' 

. Werchine’o 


3rd 
Ind FL. Sticer Spring @ 
PARE ingtos 


Infants’ 2.99 
Pantie-Slip 


- P} ° 
PARE ingtes 


39e¢ Swiss 
Handkerchiefs 


Women’s prints. some with 
emoroidered initials. 320 pcs! 


S¢rcet a «ch ng? 
Stleer Spring & PARK ington 


7.99 Chenille 
Bedspreads 


2.99 


No iron. White in twin & full. 
Washable Uniy 150 
r oa ay . w ashinetoe 


ird Fr ring 
a Pana ngt - 


List 14.95 
Electric Skillet 


2.99 


Automatic thermostatic heat 
control, cord & cover. 100 


Tth Fl. Washington: «th Fi. 
Silver Spring &4 PARK ingtos 


‘S15 Wooden Anti. 


Tarnish Chests 


7-00 


Assorted woods, «a with 
drawer. Just 56 chests’ 


Tth Fl. Washinecton: éth Fi. 
Silver Spring & FARK ingtor 


Hollywood Pre- 
Built Outfit 


£9.95 aa 


wit or double! Mediu 
rm Just 75. 


T 


Men's 3.95-85 
Dress Shirts 


1.99 


Reduced from stock. White, 
Ts and patterns, all sizes. 


Street FF’ Weehinetodr. 
Stiver Spring & PARKingtos 


Women’s 17.98 
Summer Dresses 


Cottons. Tinen-look rayones, 
nylon; 145, -22',. 
ivea Fl. Weerhtagtes 


Fr . er Spring @ 
PARK ingtos 


Infants’ 1.99 
Tepper Sets 


2 tor *d 


Many no-iron: plartic-lined 
pents. 8-12-18 mos. 234 arte! 


2nd me Wemmaetes + 
Siicve rIe ~\ Pl. 
PARK nets 


2.99-3.39 Tots’ 
Cetten Dresses 


Adorable summer styles: sizes 
i tw 3 and 3 to 6x. Just 500. 


and Floor bs nye agton « 
iré Fi 


2.79 Bamboo 
Cafe Curtains 
and Valance 


1.99 set 


52x39" valance. Cafe 48x26". 
6th Fl. Washington 
aré@ Fi.. Silver Spring 
& PARKington 


G9c Glass 
Tumblers 


19° 
10 og. size. assorted colors, 


sham bottom. 


Tth Fl. Washington: 4th FL, 
Silver Spring & PARK ington 


98c-1.29 Summer 
Wash Prints 
49° .. 


Bemberg sheer. pongee, sand 
crepes. 1000 yds 


Str rect Fl. Weeshington: Ird Fi, 
Stiver Spring & PARK ington 


64.95 Mahogany 
Student Desks 


39.95 


3 drawers. Bleck Nubian ma- 
hogany, 20°x44"! Just 5! 


ath Fl. Washington @ 
PARK ington. Ird FL, 
Siiver Spring 


Men’s 1.50 to $2 
Neckwear 


bD° 


Nationally famous neckwear 
reduced from last year's sell- 
ing. 1000 to choose from. 


Street Fl. Washingtod, 
Silver Spring & PARKingtos 


8.98-10.98 
Budget Dresses 


Gottors rerons: Misses" 10- 
30. Womens 14%-22% 


ira Ft. Mezza sine. Werktnetos. 


Boys’ 1.99-2.99 
Dress Shirts 


+7 


Senforimed’ Patterns. so ice 
Sizes 6-14, neck. 13-146',. 909. 
. Weshtiegtes hs 


ser Spring, Ira Fi 
PARK ingtos 


3.98 to 7.98 3 
Sample Blouses 


Misees’ favorite stries br fa- 


mous makers’ “ines 32-4 in 
group 12 pee. 


Sra Fl. Washington: Pad PI, 
Suver Spring 4&4 PARKingtos 


2.79 Framed 
Reproductions 


Many subjects. Imported 
from England. Just 300. 


eth Fl. Washington: 
3rd Fl. Silver Sering 
4&4 PARKington 


2.95 English 
Creamer and 
Sugar 


“Rilue Willow” earthenware 
50. 


sets. Just 1 


Tth FL. Washington: 4th Fi, 
Silver Spring & PARK ington 


1.19 Printed 
and Solid 
Terry Cloth 


62° V4. 


Completely washabie, all 
wanted colors, patterns. 900 


Street FL. Washington: Ird Fi, 
Silver Spring & PARK ington 


24.95 Plastic-top 
Modern Tables 


*10 


Just 18 cocktall tablea, 
20x40", with drewer. 


érh Fl. Washington & 
PARK ington: Ira Fi. 
Stiver Spring 


85 & 5.95 Men’s 
Leisure Slacks 


2.99 


Pamous-name slacks for re- 
jax! Completely washable, 
half-bozer waist. 3860 pairs. 


Street Fl. Washington. 
Silcer Spring & PARKingtes 


Slips, Petticoats 


2 tor 


Pliisses and batistes with 
shadow panels, 32-4, 5. M. 
kL. in group 


Strert Fl. Weashineton. 
Siloer Spring & PARK ingto*s 


Sab-Teens’ 
1.99 Blouses 


Pretty cottons in sizes 8 to 14. 


oe ves actce @ 


ra 
“Park: agtos 


1.49 Boxed 
Playing Cards 


69° 


Bridge or canmasta sets’ Plas- 
tc coated. Only 36/7 sets! 


69.95 te 99.95 
Barwick Rugs 


39.95 


8x12’. Cut pile tn ravon, ny- 
lon, cotton. Colors. Just 50. 
l, Washtinaeton 


ira ? Silrer sad 
& PARKingto 


7.99 Nylon 
No-Iron Dusters 


°4 


Misses’ amartiy styled no- 
irons in white or blue prints! 
5. M, L. 150! 


Srd Fl.. Washington; 2nd Fi, 
Sileer Spring & PARKington 


$68 Silverplate 
Tea & Coffee Set 


49.99 


plus tex 
By Wm. A. Rogers. Simple 
Gesign. Just 14 sets. 


Tth Fl. Washington; éth Fi, 
Silver Spring @ PARKington 


29.95 Cordovan 
Mahog. Tables 


17.95 


Lamp. end and cocktail ta- 
bies. Brass hardware. 


oth Fl. Washington @ 
PARK ington. irda fl, 
Stiver Spring 


Men’s 32.50 -$45 
Summer Suits 


15.75 


Pamous blends, tnclud! 4a- 
cron and some a)! Wwoois, 
sizes. 245 sults in all. 


2nd Fl. Washington Store Onigi 


Sil Budget 
Raincoats 


‘3 


Rayvons in assorted colors. 
65 in broken sizes for misses 


ard Fi. onsen ne, Weshinctosn: 
Silrer Spr: wg 
s ‘Pakmneaton 


THE HECHT Co. 


Girls’ 1.99 
Biue Jeans 


2 tor "dD 


Basic denim jeans. 7-14. 228 
pcs 
Ped Floor, Weskitagtea & 
Silver Sorting: Ird FL. 
PARK iagtoan 


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3.98 Utility 
4-Drawer Chest 


2.49 


Covered in washable print 
peper. Wood reinforced. i25 
pes. 


Street FL. Washington, 
Silver Spring & 
PARKington 


4.98 Inflatable 
Wading Pools 


3.99 


Just 150 made of bneihed plas. 
tic. 52x84 inches 


5rd FL. Washington: éth FI, 
Silver Spring &4 PARKington 


12.99 Floor 
Lamps 


3.99 


Bronze plated in cholee of 


styles; with shades. Only 34. 


Tth FL. Washington; 4th FL, 
Silver Spring & PARKington 


179.95 Mengel 
Bedroom Suite 


Just 6! Double dresser, mir- 
ror, lowfoot panel bed. Moon- 
stone mihg. 

éth Fl. Washington & 


PARKington: Ird FL. 
Stiver Spring 


29.95 Leather- 
Top Tables 


515 


Genuine top-grain leather! 
Cocktails, lamps, etc. 


oth Fi. Washington & 
PARKington: Ird FL, 
Stiver Spring 


Men’s 2.50 Linen 
Sport Caps 


Just 79 of these fagmous-make 
linen caps in solid shades and 
gay patterns. 


and FL. Washington Store Only! 


Me 


sep = St one gpg, BOI se Variety Clubs {Va. Sewage Plant Rules Tightened 
The Virginia State Water change in its polley which ;zoning laws. In these counties 


W a he hi P f NEW YORK, May 12 @ i | 
' : Control Board has reaffirmed would have made it optiomat the boards of supervisors would 
y Henry Ford'Il, president of the ) 
. signed this week as chairman quiring concurrence of local au- consulted on proposed sewage tions. 


ws . . - 

The cream of the Nation’s|\which was to have involved, locally will be a flight demon-, Bolling will find something oct wes lr ye ogy Be thorities yo — plants. | The effect of the policy has 
military defensive and offen- more than 70 planes, has not stration over, Belling ty the|ing on, The, Army wit contri: humanitarian award of the Va-|"'Since January’ the policy of| The policy was broadened ern palsy Sma isu 
_ og ~ = = hte — genom 0 hedul 4|Manning four sleek swept-wing latest modern warfare tech- riety Clubs International. ‘the Board has been to demand Friday by extension of the local seem " qyuneme which have 
— 1 Ape daohers deotanad PR BoE salt ~ supersonic Grumman Cougar niques, including the display of The —— was accepted = action by local zoning boards action requirement to all coun-| pjagued local health authorities 
to make this Armed Forces Day vilian air travel in the area for 2°: they'll spearhead Satur-|its ‘Honest John” rocket, Nike ey val Petite tend eon ele! gm nga = — ties, even though they lack'and residents. 
something to remember. half an hour. day's aerial review at 3 p. m. and Corporal, guided missiles he West C . vate. e policy was adop 

with 20 minutes of low altitude and the 280 mm Big Boy atomic 9" the West Coast. after a furor created by the 
i ma igulcsor Goiepeum on Bo neg ta re. te precision formation flying. ee gered mp = be a simu- ca eny oa Run plant in nN tifi - | R St p d 

c ¥ Air Force fighter and bomber /@td atomic explosion. ae | ‘Artiticia ain udv Fro se 

Feoge Bese exhibition of serial Saloon "le ond p00) feet sweeps will follow, simulating) Navy exhibits will include a Seeud tamaaenine tt toa beter ee ssenl tiaimadian of te shat ~ po 
might, highlighted by low-level are a covey of Convair F-102s rocket runs, glide bombing at- limp and fire fighting demon- ¢aiifornia floods. by a private contractor before ne 
sweeps over the city Saturday which will be seen in action tacks and intricate formation strations. The Marines will en-| - Emphasizing the progress in Fairfax County authorities were The National Rivers and eral Government should do 
of more than 200 B47 strato- hereabouts for the first time. |flying. Much of Saturday’s/act an assault on a fortified aerial might of the last four|aware such a plant existed. If Harbors Congress asked the more about observation and 
jet bombers. The aerial part of the Armed | program—not including the city, position in a demonstration of decades will be the flight over|approved, the plant would have’ Government yesterday to inten- “possible control” of hurri- 

A dry run of this feature, Forces Day program is on a flyover—will be — on “vertical envelopment”—a sort the runways of a British Sop-|dumped the effluent almost di-| ir. studies of artificial rain canes 
echeduled f{ - last Thursday, “weather permitting” basis, it Sunday but all of it Will be re- of 3-D assault technique made with “Camel,” a World War I/rectly into the District's water &. . 
was calléd off after the Air- was emphasized. Both Air scheduled then if the weather|possible by the use of heli- Genter plane. In full flight it)supply intake. making and converting sait| In another action, the Con- 
craft Owners and Pilots Asso- Force and Navy jet aircraft are intervenes on the first day. copters. just about reaches the speed| Acting on a plea by Fairfax) water into fresh water. gress endorsed 16 water pro)- 
ciation protested on safety scheduled to perform Meanwhile. from 10 a. m. to| The Coast Guard also will its modern jet counterparts re-/County spokesmen the Control; Ending its 43d convention, ects around the country as 
grounds. The practice flight,, Scheduled for the first time 5 p. m. on both days visitors to demonstration of air-sea res- quire for take-off. ‘Board rejected a proposed) the Congress also said the Fed-' needed immediately. 


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Just one block away at Central Parking, 6th and D Sts., at the usual low Hecht Co. rates 


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handbags , ) tee-tops or play shorts tae 


3.99 : 59 : —_ Demi-tee sheers, nude 
plus 10% tes ea I: : ue!” Summer shaded 
- ais' Summer shades. 
ei ie ’ . 2 for $3 : ~e 84-11, 
pick from! Leathers | ms | 
plastics eoiorful 
novelties. 


A complete play outfit for $3! .. . or, = 

two of eath for $3! T-tops: combed . 25 saS Sonuneeas 
cotton knit, tubfast, colorfast, shrink- 
resist. Multicolors. Shorts: briefs or : 84fe 
Bermuda styles in sturdy, washable i, : 

cotton twill. 10-18 in the group. 


nylons, 


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cotton blouses 


TY 


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2.99 7 . : 3.99 Summer Cotton Skirts, 
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colors. Sizes 32-38. . Dacron or Cotton 39¢ misses’ 
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ne | ———— $1-1.09 sheer nylons nylon reinforced tos 
2 38 | ane in 3 favorite styles | nals. 


Long slim trpes or 16. ; c . 
rid shorties Water- ify G4 82 to 83 


repellent acetate, un- | ' jewelry 
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colors. 7.95-12.95 famous | 4 ~~ ow 11 in (a) Seam-free nylons with rein- 99e 
fashion handbags } Wea & , forced heel and toe. (b) full-fashioned pus 10% tas 
Sem sheers; 15 denier, 60 gauge, seamed. 
ladies’ $3-7.50 m= 299+ ) , ‘Rh: a: (c) knee-length nylons with comfy Fatteres beat 
e . cNnaiks stone e. 4, 
belts oD ee 60, tte j fh ji . woven in garters. 
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3.99-S5 ) | ’ ; ' Budget Sportswear. Washington, 
umbrellas Silver Spring & PARKington 


knit shrugs 


2.59 
Street Floor, Washington, Silver Spring ’ 


& PARK ington ; Ww Glamour woo? 
29e¢ pure / . , ; . many with 
. thread trim 


silk scarfs > * : / white 


19¢ SI bandanas 
, ov | cheer 
Hand-rolied 18-inch ee | y colors 
silk equares in most ee ee es se . “ps ; é , : 69e 
wanted summer colors! ° a: / f, : ; 
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Wonderful se lection 
4 7 4 


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. 7 XY ‘a | + mag for vacae- 
$5 jewel . Ye % 2 ££ | ) | — 
boxes ) ™ » » - a q ; te miq. list 239.95 

‘. Ont .. © : ; hi-fi 2-speed 
2.99 ~ BA és ~ S | : = \ : ‘ape recorder 


169.95 
Gold -tooled. %3-Sec- 

tion bottom. swing : —— age 767. records 
vet. rhyon satin lined. . . ~ > x \, - plete with micro- 
11‘ x8x3-in. . ’ phone and tape 


PEs aj : ¥ | : 5.98 pure silk, dacron* 2.25-5.50 
5.98 knit wool $2 double-wove ) : and rayon blouses recording tape 


g, 
or agren ctates nylon or cotton gloves Simply beautiful! Hand- 18-20% ott: 
3.79 Smart chartie és eleeane $2 - $5 summer jewelry in pastels and white detailed originals . . . 99 * Tape, was 350. 
Wash, dry in minutes some appliqued, fagoted, —™ 7” #190 Tape, was 
Big. beautiful wrape White colors. 6 to & Fs c de x “; 4 embroidered! Fine 5.50 e° 2 for 8.95 
thet go so well with aspion-new_Gesigns copied from expensive imported jew- j-* maker's quality in pastels, 5” Tape, was 2.25 


suite. dresses. For day | 469-$2 gloves, sheer, nvy- 2 for 3.40 


or evening wear. lon, 6-8 9 elry. Necklaées, bracelets, earrings in beautiful accent white, 32-38 in group, y ee Tee ng 


Street Floor, Washincton , 
, o1ors. ay? . Street F'oor, Weeh ‘ 
Stew Gated & Street Floor, Washington, Silver Spring & c $ plus 10% tax Retter Blouses, Ird Fl.. Washington; pt p etme ns = ¢ 


ee " Amingion 2nd FL. Silver Spring & PARKington ser 
Sereet Floor, Washington, Silver Spring & PARKington n » Oliver Opring ing PARKincton 


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2.99-3.95 sunglasses 
Terrific assortment of flattering 


style frames. Glamour shapes 
for women 29 


15.99 “Dream House” chest 
King size, 5 drawers. Waod 
remmtorced, quilt plastic cov- 
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‘ ; | 9.95 hair clipper set 
15e plastic hangers ; PO Raa 1.50 stationery 1.25 greeting cards 4-pc. set includes electric clip- 
For dresses or lingerie. Heavy we, Engraved single initial sta- Sunshine box, 2) general or , per, butch attachment, comb, 
plastic, non-snag swivel hooks ee tionery, color on white 89 birthdays. ‘“’Slims’’....89e ' hair-cut instruction book 6.99 
Clear, pastel. 10 fer $1 i | 
Pp $ 10 for 1.10 bulk soap 


Four fragrances 10 for 666 
$1 blouse, skirt racks 


Hold 6 garments without wrin- fos 1.69.-1.99 implements 

kling. Plastic tip no-snag holders es : Steel. manicure,. baby,. mus- 
2 for 1.59 OA tache scissors 9%e 

oe | 2.50 hand mirror 
1.69 metal shee rack : ‘ 4 styles . 1.49 

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4)"; : scratch plastic tipped legs $1 0 Men, women nylon meee: - 


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ww .) ; Street Fl. Washington, Silver 9.98 file cabinet . nee bats 2 $2 pine bath oil, at. size $! 
% ye Spring & PARKington Combination file and storage 79S boleh bog scales \ Street Floor, Washington, Silver 


cabinet, steel. 30x!12¥ax Weather with brass lock, 3 table er snack table Spring & PARKington 
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Capitol Magazine Sells Fast Rookie Police Give Blood s 


A House document—with the'graphic literature about the Congressman will get “some-| § seks ine | Dwindling blood supplies |to the District; 372 to Mary- . W . : 
format of a slick pictorial mag- Capitol, he sponsored a House | where in the neighborhood” of ETL ale jat the Red Cross Region Blood)land; 311 to Virginia, 98 to N ephros us ar A ided 
azine—is selling like hot cakes resolution last year to have 600 copies of the booklet to be. a S sm |Center were boosted by 44 West Virginia. and 149 to out- 
_ |pints last week from the Metro-| side areas, the District Chapter! 


at the Government Printing such a publication printed. distributed free to constituents. 
Office. - Ikard explained yesterday! The job of preparing the mag-| pe Politan § Police Trainin g'ssid. . ~ 
House Document No. 232— that in a week or 10 days, each|azine was delegated to the. - —.|School's current graduating, Bloodmobile visits for this 
“The Capjtol in Story and Pie Legislative Reference Service & oe class. week are scheduled at the fol- 
tures”"—is an omnibus tailor- 4 y er of Congress, “+ |. | The 42 rookies were accom- lowing times and places: 
, , ard said. It was put together * — panied to the cente two of | 
made for the American tourist §, John’s Alumni and edited by William ‘a Cob jee acest pee diye 4 pptrews Ais’ Poove Bese, Bite. T-2-79 
seeing the Capitol of the United lene ef the Service staff | their instructors, Lt. Boyd Wil-| 9 o°s""n 4 p.m.) 
States for perhaps the first Dance Set May 22 “The very heart of this book| lard and Sgt. William Coup-|ioes, Ma” tds mens Ure Macers- 
time. | The St. John’s College High —its,historical pictorial pages— | erthwaite. The latter is chair-| ite wunspat ss ton ave., Silver Spring; Jack J. ney disease, of chronic tend 
' ine, whi "he would have been impossible man of the Police Association's ain ety Bidg. Room 2541 (9:30 Newman, of 1617 Mendota st., ency afflicting children for the 
The 60-page magazine, which school Alumni Association will & * jeslies Depertnent, Greet Mail. (16 Falls Church, and Edward J. most part. 


without the Prints and Photo- Blood Donor Recruitmen ro- 
sells for 50 cents, is full of noid its annual spring dance, graphs Division of the Library ram ae — Hig "achocl Gymnasium, Keyser, Michelson, of 1602 Ft..Hunt rd.. 
s |W oD. mm.) Alexandria, vice presidents 


dramatic pictures showing Con- yay ) ’ s. le. m-5 

May 22 from 9:30 to 12:30 at St. of COngress and the Library's 7. 

iitiionss bn getied. 3 contains Bernard's Crystal Room, 5819 Photoduplication Service,” Ik- Sus Stuns Hee roniops gnend Pentagon inom 65 8 (0 a. m-4 Sophie Goldman, of 1428 Juni Army Photo \ ened 

2 oe thn on, Riverdale Rd., Riverdale, Md, “2 Pointed out. mobile will roam afield this pm) | per st. nw., treasurer and finan) Top.winner in the Army’ 

pictures of historic places in the ‘ ’ ‘|. According to a foreword in jn the humblest sense an adver. week in quest of the precious pure Ww tee eh. Martins- cial secretary; Mrs. William E P eect, omy Ss oS 
— | Summerbell, of 4527 Q st. nw, "Ual service-wide photo cop 


Capitol itself and reproductions Tickets are $3.30 per couple, the magazine, penned by Ikard: ‘i 2 oi : 

of historic old Washington. and may de purchased at the “This omnibus deliberately | “S®™e™* of the greatest of all ponsins au pints Of which were) por peivoir, Var Bids. NN34. (9:30 corresponding secretary, and test is Sgt. Ist Class Joseph A 
Rep. Frank Ikard (D-Tex.) is door. deviates ... from the more ac- American products—democratic dispensed during the past » mE Sw I ade Remees WY Charlotte A. Reardon, record. Saras, 447 Bellview drive. Falls 

responsible for the attractive Dance co-chairmen are Fra cepted patterns of Government Government.” It also is an ad- week to hospitals in the tri-/ «i -a53pan on. *| ing secretary. Church, now assigned to Head 

combination guide and history ~~. — print.” The cover is a dramatic | vertisement that folks will want State communities from which The organization plans a quarters Company Signal 

oes: Commenting on 5 X. Barry and Arthur H. Me-| color picture of the Capitol. to keep, whether out-of-towners it was drawn. . m. meeting at Childrens Hospital School of the U. S. Army in 

the lack of representative and’ Nerney. | Ikard said the ,omnibus “is or residents. | Of the total, 893 pints went! ,§99.""n’4:30 6m Eee” «=—CY*" | June 3, at which time plans for Europe 


ee ee ee! ee 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
hi Sunday, May 13,1956 B3 


ae 


Richard C. Reardon has been)a medical advisory board wil 
named president of the Wash- be formulated. 
ington branch of the National; The Foundation plans loce 
Nephrosis Foundation. Rear participation in a nation-wide 
don, who lives at 2706 Terrapin drive for funds in the fall wv 


rd. Silver Spring, will be as- , 
sisted by the following officers mance &@ program of researed 


Francis J. Flynn, of 2925 Wil. 9" Dephrosis, a metabolic kid 


The cover of the fast-selling 
Capitol magazine. 


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B4 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, Mey 13, 1956. eee 


Arlington Acts 
In Sewage War 


By Connie Feeley 


Btalf! Reporter 


The Arlington County Board 
acted yesterday to get rid of 
the last remaining source of 
the county's raw sewage - dis- 
charge into the Potomac. 

In a rapid double play, the 
board approved $125,274 to 
wind up the county's primary 
treatment facilities. 

Arlington is now giving pri 
mary treatment to 99 per cent 
of its sewage. The final project 
in the primary program was 
approved yesterday in the 
award of $31,449 to Wayne Con. 
struction Co., a local firm, for 
building the North Rosslyn lift 
station. 

The station, to be financed 
from current sewer construc- 
tion funds. is due to be com- 
pleted in July or August. 

Final land purchase for the 
secondary treatment program 
was approved in the allocation 
of $93,825 for two tracts at 5 
Eads st. and S. Glebe rd. The 
96,500 square feet is to be fi- 
nanced from a $1 million sewer 
bond issue approved by the 
voters last fall. 

The proposed secondary 
treatment plant, to cover needs 
until 1970, will cost an addi- 
tional $3.3 million 

In oteer action yesterday 
the board approved a $4.5 mil- 
lion school construction bond 
issue, and agreed to ask Cir- 
cuit Court to set a referendum 
on June 5. The board indicated 
it will decide next week, after 
a hearing Thursday, the exact 
size of a county improvements 
bond issue to be included in 
the referendum 

The board last week pro- 
posed a $2.2 million county 
bond issue for courthouse im- 
provements, but since has 
been urged to include other 
capital needs. Board Member 
Mrs. Leone Buchholz has esti- 
mated that citizens may ask 
for an additional $2 million 
for highway improvements. 

The board approved $26,500 
for purchase of 16,600 square 


feet of land at 1559 Wilson 
bivd. for a Rosslyn fire station. 

In two zoning cases the | 
board denied a use permit re-) 
quest by Henry A. Florance of | 
3100 N. Glebe rd., to erect a gas 
station at 5165 Lee hwy., and 


approved a request to erect a 
radio tower at 941 N. Highland 


St. 

The Board went on record) 
in opposition to the Air Force’s| 
contemplated use of Arlington) 
Hall as a technical training’ 
center. The Federal property, 
at 8th st. and S. George Mason 
dr.. was declared surplus after 
the National Security Agency) 
decided to move to other quar- 
ters. The county has been hop- 
ing to acquire the property for 
receration use. 

A survey of Arlington's li- 
brary facilities was taken under 
advisement. The survey, made 
by consultant Joseph L. Wheel- 
er, recommends a $1.8 million 
building program financed by 
three bond issues over eight! 
years | 


X-Ray Unit Plans, 
Tour of Fairfax | 


Fairfax County's mobile X-ray 
unit will tour the county begin 
ning Monday offering free ex- 
aminations to all residents 15 
years of age and over 

The schedule: Monday. Vir- 
ginia Hills School, noon to 2 
p. m., and Groveton School, 
2:30 to 6:30 Dp. Mm 

Tuesday, G. W. Restaurant,| 
1 to 3 p. m., Starlight Restau-| 
rant. 3:30 to 5:30 p. m., and! 
Bethlehem Baptist Church, 6 
to 8 p. m. | 

Wednesday, Lorfax (Mrs! 
Floyd Downey's home), noon to 
1:30 p. m., and Lorton (Helms 
Store), 2 to 7 p. m. | 

Thursday, Burke, Brownies 
Service Station, 2 to 7 p. m.;) 
Friday, Fairfax, Everhart’s 
Jewelry Store, 11 a. m. to 6 

m.; and Saturday, Falls 
Church Co-op, 10 a. m. to 5) 
Dp. m. ' 


By Norman Driscoll. Staff Photographer 


Show-Stoppers for Palsy Show 


Here are some of the entertainers who have donated their 
time to take part in the United Cerebral Palsy Celebrity 
Show at the Washington Hotel Tuesday 9:30 p.m. to mid- 
night. Giving the helping hand*to Chuck Brunner, Shore- 
ham choreographer, is Tippy Stringer, WRC-TV star. 


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Betty True, currently appearing at the Shoreham Blue 
Room, will perform her fire dance. The CP drive, which 
continues through this month, has a goal of $115,000. 


2 DAYS ONLY'!... 


2 Accused 
Of $15,000 
Bad Cheeks 


A smooth-talking tavern 
worker and a used car sales- 
‘man, with 16 aliases between | 
them, have been charged with) 
passing an estimated $15,000 in| 
worthless checks in Washing-! 


ton ) 


Russell Brukaker, 42, and 
Thomas B. Stepp, 32, both of; 
York, Pa.. are being held in 
jail in Pittsburgh on charges of | 
fraud and passing worthless! 
checks | 

Det. Sgt. Karle Howe of the) 
Metropolitan Police Check and 
Fraud Squad said Brubaker 
and Stepp bought used cars in 
Washington, paid for them 
with checks drawn on the Capi- 
tol Finance Service, a fictitious 
company. and resold them in 
(Bel Air, Md., and Philadelphia. | 
| The first case occurred on 
‘Aug. 15, 1954, Howe said, when 
Brubaker went to a Washing- 
'ton used car lot, picked out a 
|1955 Buick and then told the 
‘salesman he would have to con- 
tact a representative of the fi- 
nance company. Next day Stepp 
returned with Brubaker and 
gave the salesman a check for 
$2670, Howe said. The next day 
they sold the car in Be! Air for 

, according to police. 
men worked similar 
| on Feb. 2, Feb. 3 and — 
| pee 10 of this year, police said. 
Last week Stepp and Brubaker 
‘tried to buy a car in Pleasant 
Hills, Pa., a Pittsburgh suburb 
The owner of the car lot, alerted) 


ed by Pennsylvania State Police , . : 
) i , 
called troopers Engineer Commissioner 


Howe said the two also had) Thomas A. Lane said last night 
bought other merchandise in'the Commissioners probably 
|the District and paid for it with would ask for funds to finance 
worthless checks. a police force of 2500 in their 
first supplemental budget for 
the year starting next July 1 


Movie Camera Maker 
, , | President Eisenhower signed 
Adds a Sound T rack le bill last week authorizing the 
2500-man force. This would put 


NAGOYA, Japan, May 12 # about 200 more patrolmen on 
|A Japanese movie camera man- District streets 
| ufacturer says he has developed sae action of the Senate - 
, e riouse seems to me to estabD- 
a method of putting a magnetic lish a strong obligation for the 
sound track on 8 mm film. Commissioners to request the 
Hidenobu Sakaki, president money,” Lane said over the 
of the Elmo Co., said the sound) WWDC radio program, “Report 
track is only eight-tenths mmito the People.” 
wide. It is located between one| He indicated that increased 
\@¢dge of the picture frame and/estimates of tax revenue might 
the film sprocket holes and re-| cover police expenses. Even so, 
|produces sound like a tape re-|city heads would have to get 
| corder. ipermission from Congress to 


“Pageant of Progress” in 


' 


Karen Lewis, on hand for the first annual | 


history of Bladensburg, is on receiving end 
of a lollipop, given by “Al the Clown” of 
Prince Georges Clown Club. With Karen 


By Wally McNamee Staff Photographer 


Candy tor Karen at Bladensburg Celebration 


are her mother, Eloise Lewis, and envious- 
looking sister, Louise. The pageant, pre 
eeded by a parade, commemorated Bladen- 
burg’s historic past and gave thanks for 
present and future growth. 


the -2l4-year 


City Heads to Ask More Police Funds 


spend tax money to hire new)the views of the other District 
policemen Commissioners on the link he- 
Lane also said city fathers tween E. Capitol st. and Jones 


would reassess their election Point 
machinery to better prepare for 
the next city election. It took 
12 days to count the ballots 
after the May 1 primary 

A recommendation on the 
question of renting voting ma- 
chines is expected soon from 
the Board of Elections, Lane 
added 

Questioned 
posed $19 million Anacostia 
freeway, Lane said he could 
not commit himself on the lo- 
cation of the highway. The Na 
tional Capital Planning Com 
mission has approved a site that 
Southeast Washington residents 
claim will separate Anacostia 
High School from its play- 
ground 

Lane 


Maryland TB Group 
Honors Dr. Wolman 


ANNAPOLIS, Md., May 12 # 
Dr Wolman, a Balti- 
more physician, yesterday was 
named a iifetime honorary 
member of the Maryland Tu- 
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in its history 

The board of directors cited 
his longtime association with 
the organization in according 
him that status at an annual 
spring meeting here today. Ed- 
ward M. Passano of Baltimore 
was reelected president of the 
said he was soliciting association. 


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S.W. Project Hearing Monday 


More than 35 Federal and 
local Government planning offi- 
cials and leaders of civic and 
professional organizations are 
expected to testify Monday at 
a public hearing before District 
Commissioners on the huge 


Area C Southwest redevelop- 


ment project. 
Among planners set to testify 
in favor of the plan to clear and 


rebuild 442 acres of blighted, 


area, are John A. Remon, chair- 
man of the D. C. Redevelop- 
ment Land Axency: John R 
Searles Jr. executive director 
of RLA and John Nolen Jr., 
director, National Capital Plan- 
ning Commission 

Non-Government witnesses 
will include Francis G. Addison, 
and George A. Garrett of the 
Federal City Council; Luther 
M. Leisenring, of the American 
Institute of Planners, and 
Viadimir E Hartman of the 
Washington Federation of 
Churches. 

Planners expect little 
ganized opposition to the over- 
all plan for the project, one oi 
the largest in the country. How- 
ever, some groups already have 
protested parts of the proposal 

Spokesmen for the Washing: 
ton Urban League, Inc., and the 
Washington Housing Associa- 
tion have objected that the plan 
fails to guarantee low cost hous 
ing or reflect “a cross section 
of the city’s housing needs.” 

A representative of the Wash 
ington Chapter of the National 
Association of Social Workers 
said last night he would urge 
more consideration of the hous- 
ing needs of the middle or 
“marginal class.” 

Church groups, and some pri- 
vate home owners in the area, 
also are expected to obpect to 
portions of the plan affecting 
their properties. 

Under the plan, the L.‘San 
Renewal Administration will be 
esked for a Federal grant of 
about $32 million to get the 
project off the ground. The 
D. C. Redevelopment Land 
Agency will buy, clear, improve 
and resell, or lease, the land 
for public and private building 
if the plan is approved 

Engineer Commissioner 
Thomas A. Lane who, as a 
member of the Planning Com 
mission, already has approved 
the project, said last night if 
housing cannot be found for re- 
located families 
would suffer a “slowdown.” 

Interviewed on 
WWDC’'s “Report to the Peo- 


orT- 


ple,” Lane said housing for dis-' 
placed persons is “an essential 


part of the program.” 
Commissioners will hold the 
hearing at 10 a. m. in the Board 
Room of the District Building. 
Commissioners cannot act on 
the plan until James W. Follin. 
Commissioner of the Federal 
Urban Renewal Administration 
and Albert M. Cole, Housing 
and Home Administrator, also 
have approved and agreed to 
the Federal grant. 


the project | 


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Rockville city officials fear that hopeless traffic jams would 
result from the planned opening of the new leg of the Wash- 
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before opening the the next stretch (dotted line to Montrose 


rd.). See story on Page 1. 


Accokeek Home Project 


Protested by 


A delegation of Accokeek 
Md.) residents, led by the Ac- 
cokeek Citizens Association, is 
scheduled to call on the Prince 
Georges County Commission- 
ers at 10 a. m. Tuesday with a 
dill of building grievances in- 
volving a new project near 
Bryans Point and Farmington 
rds 

The delegation will be armed 
with a petition which last night 


Spingarn 
Student Wins 
Roadeo Here 


Raphael Anthony Plummer, 
17, 128 48th pi ne.. was named 
the winner of the fifth local 
Teen-Age Rodeo yesterday. 
besting a field 
of 40 finalists. 
The contest was 
sponsored by 
the Washington 
Junior C ham. 
ber of Com. 
merce. 

The winner, a 
student at Spin- 
garn H ig h 
School will rep- 
resent the Dis- 
trict at the Na- 


Plummer 


tional finals. 

Second place was awarded to 
Michael Nash, 16, 3066 Albe- 
marie st. nw. Wilson High 
School. 


Ae 


a 


}county 
| that 


Neighbors 


had grown to 134 signatures 
protesting the development, 
known as Accokeek Gardens 
The residents charge that the 
homes in the process of erec- 
tion there fail 
county building 
regulations 

Chris Sondberg, 
ing imspector for 
said he had made 
spections of the project but 
had been unable to find the 
structures in violation of the 
building code. He said 
a subordinate, however, 
had posted a “stop work” order 
on the project Friday after he 
had refused to do so. The pro) 
ect is about two months old. 

Residents said their Tues- 
day appearance before the com 
missioners is in the nature of 
an inquiry as to the county's 
future attitude toward the 
work already done 

Ellis Johnson, a nearby prop- 
erty owner, said the buildings 
so far erected on the tract of 
about 17 acres had originally 
been Government housing de- 
clared surplus. They were 
trucked to the site, house by 
house, occasionally under po 
lice escort, he said 

County Commissioner Jesse 
S. Baggett said the board had 
received complaints from resi- 
dents of the area that certain 
health regulations were being 
ignored in construction of the 
project. But, he gaid, the build- 
ers had promised to rectify the 
conditions. He was unaware 
that the county had. ordered 
work on the project halted, he 
said. 


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Police Chief 
Charged in 
Politicking 


ELLICOTT CITY, Md., May 
12 “*—Howard County's police 
chief was arrested today and) 
charged with illegal election-| 
eering. He promptly swore 
out a counter warrant against 
the man who made the com- 
plaint against him. 

Both warrants 
tioneering within 
an Ellicott 
during 
election 

The complaint against Police 
Chief Russell Moxley was made 
by Herman Mitchell Reid, a gas) 
fitter for the Baltimore Gas and_/| 
Electric Co | 

After Moxley was released on 
$100 bond by Committing Mag. 
istrate B. Harrison Shipley Sr.. 
the Chief immediately swore 
out a warrant against Reid.) 
making the identical charge. 
| The magistrate said the 
county sheriff was to attempt to 
serve the second warrant to 
day. Reid, at his home. said 
late this afternoon the warrant 
had not been served. He said he 
lidn’'t know it was being pre- 
pared 

Moxley was not immediately 
available for comment 

Reid said Moxley had handed 
out cards backing George P 
Mahoney, defeated by Millard 


charge elec- 
100 feet of 
City polling place 
last Monday's primary 


$ a 
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The 


Job’s the Same 


Robert R. Ferrel of 823 Chesapeake st. se. does the same 


type of work in civilian life 
Reserve. 


as he does in the Air Force 


Citizen Ferrel, whe spent 15 years in the Navy, 


works in the 140lst field maintenance engine shop at 
Andrews Air Force Base. One weekend a month he be- 


comes T/Set. Rebert Ferrel 


technician in the 459th Troop Carrier Wing at Andrews. 


(above), aircraft maintenance 


E. Tydings in the race for the 
Democratic nomination to the 
U. S. Senate 


Chief Moxley is a brother of 
County Commissioner Norman 


E. Moxley who was an avowed’ 


Mahoney man. 
The warrant against Moxley 
said he “did canvass or elec- 


' 
tioneer within 100 feet of a 
polling place and did hold or 
pass out tickets or facsimile 
tickets or papers purporting to 
be tickets within said distance 
from same on or about the 
7th day of May, 1956.” 

The warrant against Reid had 
the identical wording. 


THE H 


Tiik WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, Mey 13, 1956 


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8-Year Sentence 


Given Man in Robbery 


A Wilmington, Del., man was’ 
sentenced Friday in Fairfax 
Circuit Court to serve eight 
years in the penitentiary for 
the armed robbery of an Alex- 
andria filling station last De-| 
cember. 

Howard John Conte, 21, was 
convicted of the armed robbery 
of $95 from a filling station on 
U. S. highway 1 last Dec. 7 
Judge Harry L. Carrico im- 
posed the sentence 


Making Punishment 


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GREENSBURG, “Ind. 
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~ Veto Is 


Hinting at a possible veto, five 
members of the Senate Agricul- 
‘ture Committee yesterday 
‘urged the Senate to knock man- 
datory price supports on live- 
istock feed grains from the new 
‘soil bank farm bill. 

| “This is the kind of contradic- 
tion which caused the President 
to veto the original farm bill 
of 1956,” the minority group 
said in a 36-page report on the 
new bill. 

It was signed by Sens. Spes 
sard L. Holland (D-Fla.), James 
QO. Eastland (D-Miss), George D. 
Aiken (R-Vt.), Bourke B. Hicken- 
looper (R-lowa) and John J. Wil- 
liams (R-Del.). 

Majority Report 

| The report by the majority 
of the committee, led by Chair- 
man Allen J. Ellender Sr. (D- 
La.), also was issued yesterday. 
It was devoted largely to pre- 
viously publicized explanations 
of the bill. Like the minority re- 
‘port it mentioned President 
‘Eisenhower's April 16 veto of 
| the previous omnibus farm bill. 
ibut said: 

Iby 


the President have been 


New Farm-Bill 


Associated 


“The provisions objected to’ 


Hinted 


Press 


either eliminated or modified.” 

As did the previous bill, the 
a. one authorizes $1 billion | 
of soil bank benefits to farm-| 
ers who underplant their allot-| 
ments of surplus crops or di-| 
vert lands to grass and trees. 

It also contains a number of. 
sections not asked by the Ad- 
ministration, including a two- 
price rice program, freezes for 
the next two years in acreage 
of cotton and rice eligible for 
price supports, and a provision 
that would prevent lower sup- 
ports on wheat, corn and pea 
nuts in 1957 
Action by Wednesday 

Eliender expects Senate 
action on Wednesday or Thurs- 
day, and he and Sen. Milton R. 
Young (R-N. D.) say Congress 
could muster the two-third 
vote necessary to override any 
veto. 

They also predict the Senate 
will retain the controversial 
feed grain support § section 
previously approved by the 
House in slightly different 
form. 

Nub of this dispute is a 
directive for higher price sup- 


‘Candidate’ 


Starts Today for West 


Harriman 


Associated Press 


Gov. Averell Harriman starts 
ian eight-speech swing through 
\six states Monday that his back- 
lers hope will demonstrate west- 
lern strength for his expected 
|\Democratic presidential nomi- 
nation bid. 

Harriman, who apparently is 
teetering on the brink of be- 
coming an active candidate, wil] 
be speaking generally in terri- 
tory where is and his family’s 
connection with the Union Pa- 
icific Railroad is credited with 
‘giving him political strength. 
| Beginning in Missoula, Mont.., 
'Monday, Harriman will address 
|Democratic fund-raising dinners 
in Butte, Mont.; Cody, Wyo.: 
‘Spokane and Pullman, Wash.: 
Idaho Falls, Idaho: Reno, Nev. 
and Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Although the combined con- 
vention vote of the six states is 
four fewer than New York's 98. 
supporters believe it is impor- 
tant for Harriman to demon- 
strate in the early balloting at 
Chicago that he has strength 
outside his home state. 

These backers think there 


would be psychological value 
in scattered votes for Harriman 
which would tend to take him 
outside the purely “favorite 
son” category. 

Thus far, however, not much 
Harriman support has been 
volunteered publicly except in 
Oklahoma. Gov. Raymond Gary 
has said that probably three- 
fourths of that State’s 28-vote 
delegation would back the New 
York governor if there were a 
showdown now. 

Politicians here generally 
think Harriman will continue 
to list himself as something of 
an “inactive” candidate for the 
nomination until Adlai £E.' 
Stevenson and Sen. Estes! 
Kefauver have played out their 


. String of primary battles. 


If Kefauver should beat! 
Stevenson in Florida and Cali- 
fornia, Harriman’s backers be 
lieve, the New York governor 
will be in business as a candi-' 
date. They share the “as of 
many politicians that such a 
heavy blow to Stevenson would 
elevate Harriman to a place 
among the top contenders. 


Cocke Backs Talmadge 
, For George’s Senate Seat 


ATLANTA, May 12 #—Erle 


Cocke Jr., mentioned as a likely 


candidate for the Senate seat of 


Walter F. George, today an- 


nounced he would not offer for 


the post but would support for- 
mer Gov. Herman Talmadge. 


Cocke, former national com- 
mander of the American 
\Legion, was present at a news 
‘conference in Washington last 
|Wednesday when George an- 
nounced he would retire from 
ithe Senate at the end of his 
|term Cocke told newsmen at 
the time that he did not believe 
| Talmadge would get the Demo- 
leratic senatorial nomination by 
default. 


Cocke said he was flattered 
by offers of support for the Sen- 
pol race but that he is not in 
politics and “I have my own job 
(to do.” He is a Delta Air Lines 
‘executive. 

“I have thought the matter 
‘over carefully,” Cocke said in a 
| Statement issued at his home in 
Dawson, “and I expect to cast 
jmy vote for Herman Talmadge 
in the coming primary. 
| The anti-Talmadge faction. 
looking for a candidate who 
‘could make a showing against 
the former Governor, has failed 


to come up with a likely pros- 
pect so far. 

A spokesman for Mayor Wil- 
liam B. Hartsfield of Atlanta, 
one of those mentioned as a 
possible candidate, said today 
Hartsfield himself has never in- 
dicated he would offer. and 
added: 

“Where is all this talk about 
Hartsfield running coming 


from? It’s not from him. Some-| 


body better ask him about it.” 

The mayor is vacationing in| 
Florida. 

M. E. Thompson, who| 
bounced Talmadge out of the: 
Governor's chair in a court) 
fight in 1947, still had no com- 
ment today on whether he | 
might oppose Talmadge in the | 
— Democratic pri-| 
ma 

D. ' Talmadge Bowers, the 
North Georgia tombstone sales-' 
man who has been a candidate 
for numerous offices since 1928) 
without winning any of them, | 
said today he would be a candi- 
date for the George seat in 
the Senate. In the past he has 
run as an Independent, Inde- 
pendent Liberalist, Democrat'| 
and write-in candidate. He said 
he would offer this time as a 
Democrat in the September pri-! 
mary against Talmadge. 


: Compromise Bill Raises 


Beet, Cane Sugar Quota 


By James F. 


Cunningham 


nited Press 


| A Senate-House Cientemne 


‘Committee agreed yesterday on 
a compromise sugar bill which 
iwould give mainland United 
‘States beet and cane growers 
immediate increases in their 
marketing quotas. 

| The conferees predicted pas- 
‘sage by both chambers this 
week. 

| Tae exact size of the main- 
land increases would vary this 
year with over-all national 
sugar requirements. But 55 per 
icent of all growth in needs be- 
iyond 8,350,000 tons would be 
‘apportioned among the five 
'domestic producing areas—the 
‘cane-sugar states of Louisiana 
and Florida, about 20 beet pro- 
‘ducing states of the North and 
| Northwest, Hawaii, Puerto 
\Rico, and the Virgin Islands. 


Consumption this year is ex- 
'pected to reach 8,550,000 tons. 
The first 165,000-ton share of 
such growth would be divided 
\between the mainland beet and 
jcane quotas. The next 20,000 
leone would be added to the 
Puerto Rican quota, and the 
‘next 3000 tons to that of the 
/Virgin Islands. 
| Thereafter, the domestic 
share of further increases 


the five areas on the basis of 


about one-half of the total 
United States market. 


ed States market. 


‘would be apportioned among 


The five areas now supply Those charged are Irving 
about one-half of the total Unit- pons, 
|Cecil Parker, 37; John A. Parks, | ) 

If a domestic area fails to | about 60; 
meet its quota in any giveniand Carl Shockley, about 27. 


year, other domestic areas 
would have first option to make 
up the deficit. 

Undert he present Sugar Mar- 
keting Act, domestic deficits 
are shared among foreign as 
well as domestic areas. In some 
instances this has meant that 
Cuba, a heavy producer, was 
permitted to market additional 
‘sugar in the United States. 
when surpluses existed in 
Puerto Rico. 

Under the compromise, the 
Federal sugar program would 
be extended through Dec. 31, 
1960. The existing sugar act 
was scheduled to expire at the 
end of this year. The Senate 
had proposed a six-year @xten- 
sion but gave way to the four- 
year provision of the House. 


Illegal Duck Sales 


Charged to 6 Men 

SALISBURY, Md. May 12 
®—A hearing will be held May 
27 for six men from Fishing 
Creek who are charged with 
the illegal sale of wild ducks 
and geese. 

Dorchester County agents of 
the Fish and Wildlife Service 
and the Treasury Department 
arrested the men yesterday.| 


ra 


38; Albert Parks, 
Albanus pore 29, 


‘farm programs 


Heads Commandery 


Archibald C. Stark of Takoma 
Park, Md., has been elected 
grand commander of the 
Grand Commandery of 
Knights Templar, D. C. 
Stark, whe has been connect- 

with Littl Tavern 


Sheppes for 38 years here, 
succeeds Ray N. Babcock. 


ports on oats, rye, barley, grain 
sorghums and corn produced 
outside of the commercial corn 
area. In the past, support on 
these feed grains has been 
discretionary rather than man- 
datory. 

Part of the controversy stems 
from protests that commercial 
corn farmers have been giver 
Special treatment under past 
and by the 
present Administration. 

After veto of the previous 
bill, Secretary of Agriculture 
Taft Benson announced a 

and special support of 

a bushel for commercial 
corn farmers who ignored 
planting controls this year. 


blasts at the Eisenhower Ad- 


day of stumping the fertile San 
Joaquin Valley in quest of sup- 
iport of the June 5 California 
Democratic presidential pri- 
mary. 

Stevenson accused the Re- 
publicans of failing to support 
underprivileged nations. Ke- 
ifauver criticized the Adminis- 


Second Is Missing 

NORFOLK, Md., May 12 
One Navy man drowned, an- 
other is oeltleved drowned and 
four others managed to make 
their way to shore today when 
a small boat sank off Chesa- 
peake Beach. The six men were 
all assigned to Air Transport 
Squadron 22 based at the Nor- 
folk Naval Air Station. 

A Navy spokesman listed the 
‘survivors as Lioyd L. Rosen- 
burg. aviation seaman: R. V. J. 
Nedel, aviation metalsmith. 
third class; Jerome M. Ligon, 
aviation seaman, and James E. 
Kitchell, aviation mechanic. 
third class 


Mail Carriers’ Pay 


Lost in the Mail 
EAST LIVERPOOL. Ohio. 


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Samuel Brown, acting post- 
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Adiai Stevenson and Sen. . stes development of atomic power. be suspected 
Kefauver levelled seperate) 


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Magnificent HI-FI instrument 
with 3 speakers and diamond and 
sapphire needle. Plays 3 speeds 
automatically. 


32.95 GE 


3-WAY PORTABLE 


RADIOS 
2 Days Only 26.95 


Plays on AC or DC 
Has battery-saver 
Dullt-in antennae. 


$31 DUOTONE 
DIAMOND-SAP- 
PHIRE NEEDLES 


2 Days Only 9.95 


Protects yvour records, gives truer 
tone...laste longer For GE- 
RPX O60. Easy to install 


39.95 PORTABLE 
3-SPEED RADIO- 
PHONOGRAPH 
2 Days Only 
ye Eh 


3.98 ROCK WITH 
BILL HALEY 
RECORDS 


iz te. 24D 


The ereatest rock-n-roll] artist of 
all times . 80 many think Bil! 
Haley and the Comets. 1.19 Single 
“E-P" 98&e. 


The Hecht Co. Sth Fl. Washington; 4th Fl. Silver Spring and PARKington 


Records and Radios—Street Fil. PARKington 


Call The Hecht Co. for Speedy, Reliable Service and Repairs 


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ORIG. LIST 339.95 
GENERAL ELECTRIC 
REFRIGERATORS 


som oo GD”? 


© New 1955 model, 8 cu. ft. 
® Roomy Freezer-Chest! 

@ Shelves on Doors! 

@ Full-width Crisper! 

© Just 9 for Mon. & Tues. 


NO MONEY DOWN ON APPLIANCES 


(om established credit) 


SMALL FIRST PAYMENT ON TY AND AIR CONDITIONERS 


1927, served for seven years as 
secretary of the school, and was 
Law Librarian there for 15 
years. 


on any Brand Appliance or Television. Dial NA. 8-5100 
Any Time. Charge to your Hecht Co. account. 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
BS Sunday, May 13, 1956 


LIMITED QUANTITY SPECIALS 


4-°° Summer Dresses . 


8% Toppers, Shrug . 
10? If Perf. Dusters 
$]-1-°°° Sportswear 

2° Cotton Dresses 

1: Shoes, Slippers 
2°°-55 Girdles . . 

1°? Women’s Slippers 
2°° If Perf. Shoes 

2°° If Perf. Casuals . 
1°? Imported Blouses . 
1°? Rayon Crepe. Slips 
$1 If Perf. Nylon Hose 
2° Rayon Dusters 

59 Nylon Panties ... 3 *f : 
1°? Nylon Tricot Slips... . 
1°? If Perf. Kids’ Shoes 

1%? Tots’ Dresses . . 
1: Tots’ Nylon Slips . 
7% Tots’ Polo Shirts . 
59 Diaper Covers .... a °E 


*] Infant Dresses. . . 
*] Tots’ Pajamas. . . 
7% Crib Pads, 17x18 
*1 Gowns & Kimonos. 
*] Girls’ Raincoats . 
1% Girls’ Sweaters . 
1°°-1-°? Girls’ Blouses 
2: Girls’ Summer Dresses 
1:7? Boys’ Short Pants 
2° Boys’ Zip Jackets 
1? If Perf. Pajamas . 
$1 If Perf. Boys’ Polos. 
1° If Perf. Sport Shirts 
2:°° Boys’ Trousers. . 


4% Boys’ Underwear . 
3% If Perf. Boys’ Hose 


29° 
.10° 


‘Come Monday & Tuesday for Wonderful Savings on 
Needed Summer Merchandise! No Mail or Ph 


BUYS FOR WOMEN! 


2 8 “eq 
ee. « . 


Lavish ribbon, pleats and lace trims in whites. 


6.90 Summer Dresses 


4 


All the new summer styles 
in a galaxy of fine fabrics. 
Sizes 9 to 15, 12 to 2, 
14% to 24%. 


Suits, Dusters, Toppers 


8 


Summer dusters, toppers and 
suits in rayon and wools. Some 
nylons and failles. All fully 
lined. Asst'd sizes and colors. 


mY 
‘a> 


2 
Me 


2.99 to 3.99 Coordinates 


Shorts, Bermudas, 
pedal pushers in solid, 
stripes, plaids! Wash- 
able cottons, 10 to 18. 


~ 9.99-3.99 Casual Shoes 


Comfortable wedge styles. 
Whites, meshes, multi-colors 
and plenty of naturals! Sizes 
4 to 10, 


,* 3.98 “Bulky-Look” Millinery 


FOR TWO DAYS ONLY | 


ACO 


Nylon Tricot Petticoats... 


and colors. Small to large. 


Nylon Tricot Gowns 


Sample pieces of higher priced gowns, lace 
trims. Sizes 32-40 


Nylon Stretch Hose . 


Fit eny foot. neutral, tan shades. 


. T9e 


Nylon Tricot Panties 


Elastic or band legs. & 


Nylon Slips . 


Closeouts, lavis hiy lace trims. 22- 40. 


Cotton Crepe Pajamas 
Tallored, ful) trousers, 32-40. 


Cotton Crepe Gowns 


Shorty style, lace trims. 8 to “ 


Cotton Baby Doll Pajamas .... 


Crepe dot or prints § ww L. 


1.19 Sheer Nylon Hose 
99 


.. 1.66 


32-40. 


Pull fashioned, 51-gaurce. 
15-denier, 
10. Bummer shades. 


in sizes 8*, to 


Drip-Dri Cotton Slips 


Shadow panel, full cut. lace trim, 


Cotton Percale Aprons 2 for $1 


Colorfast. bib or half styvies with ric-rac 


3.99-6.50 Girdles & Panties... 2.99 


Samples, closeouts, nylons, rayon satins, cot- 
tons. 26-36. 


1.69-$2 Bandeau Bras 


Nylons, rayon satins, cottons. 


Two-Way Stretch Girdles 


Rayons & cotton knits, panties too, & to L. 


Misses’ 2.99 7.53 


199 


19-20. 


, 5.99 


32-38. 


Shere Bermuds 
shorts and crazy 
pants ip gay cotton 
prints. solids. Sizes 
10-18 


2.99 Cotton Dusters . 


Crinkle no-lron cottons, prints, 


9.95-14.95 Swim Suits .... 


Cottons, lastex rayons, prints, solids, 


2.99-3.99 Cotton Blouses ...... 1.99 


Many styles and colors, 32-38. 


2.77 


In smart fabrics. whites, pastels, darks 


1.99-2.99 Blouses 
1 .00 


2.99-3.99 Summer Skirts ...... 1.88 


Cottons. rayon linens, 22-30. 


Cottons, Du Pont Dacfon, 
rayors in many styles. 
Sizes 32-38. 


3.99 Summer Skirts 


Cotton rayon linens, full or siim, 22- 30. 


1.99-2.99 Sample Blouses . 


Dacrons, rayons, cottons, 32-38. 


2 for $3 


79c Bandeau Bras 
54 


14.95-19.95 Swim Suits ..... .8.99 


Perfs., irregs.. famous rayons, lastex, 32-38. 


Guaranteed for 1 year's 
wear. White cotton, in- 
dividually packaged. 


ass \. sizes 


Sia 


12-20, 


Colorful cotton knit stripes, prints 


Print Cotton Dusters . 


Crepes, mandarin neckline. 


Ladies Rayon Umbrellas ...... 1.99 


Plaids, novelty handles. 


Ladies Straw Basket Bags 


Natural. bright trims, assorted. 


4.99-6.99 Shoes 


sae 222 


heels, whites. col- 
ore, even vinylites! 
4% to 8. 


eS 


2.99 Nylon, Rayon Crepe Slips 


No-iron tric 

nylon or rayon crepe. 
. : 

trims, 32 to 40. 


ot in easy wash 
Lace 


. 
Girls’ 1.99-2.99 playware 


1‘ 


Shorts, Bermudas, pedal 


pushers, blouses! Sizes 7 to 


14 in cotton fabrics. 


2.99 Boys’ Chino Pants 
Sturdy washable chino in as- 99 
sorted colors. Tailored’ with © 

zip front, 6 to 16. 


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o i ost Se <i ry, - 

. ° f _Se 
Summer Pinatores 

Basket border pinafores on 


white ground as perky and 
bright as a summer day. 


J 4 
Sizes 12 to 20. ] 


Call NA. 8-5100 to order this item only 


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one Orders! 


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*’ BUYS FOR KIDS! 


Tots’ 1.99-2.99 Summer Dresses, 1.58 


—w Sa Styles im cool, easy-care fabrics. | 
o 6x. 


Tots’ 1.99 Coordinates 


Por little girls, pants. shorts. bi 
tons, 3 to 6x 


Tots’ $1-1.59 Playwear 


Sun suite, pants. bloomers in 


3 for $4 


oes in Cote 


69c 


wo 6x. 


2 for $1 


sulders Sizes 


Tots’ $1 Polo Shirts 


Cotton knit polos, button sh 
lw 8B. 


Tots’ 1.99 Pajamas . ea $1 


2 and 3 pieces, baby-dolls, cottons, 1 to 4. 2 to &. 


Tots’ 1.59-1.99 Oleper Sets 
Por boy's & girl's. all plas 
x-large 


$! 


lined small to 


Tots’ 1.99 Babette Dresses 


Fine nylons, cottons porett 
months 


$1 


lly smnocked o 18 


Tots’ 1.99 Swim Suits . 
Pretty styles for pretty girls. rayvons & o 
2 to &. 


Tots’ 1.99 Swim Trunks . . 


Cotton and rayon trunks f Sizes 2 to 8, 


If Perf. 2.99 Crib Blankets 1.99 


Summer biankets. Cotton in ett 
36x50. 7 |= 


T= DOYS. 


2.99 Crib Quilts 


Daeron filled rayon with pretty patterns 20x40, 


$1 


diaper 


1.99 Infants’ Handmades 
Fine imported cottons— dresses. sling. 
seus. Up wo 1 yr. 


Girls’ 1,59-1.99 Playwear 
99° 


2 for $3 


7 to le 


Shorts, pedal pushers in 
cotton fabrics—washablie. 
7 to 14 In group. 


Girls’ 1.99-2.99 Playwear 


Shorts, bermudas, pedal pushers: 
cotton. 


Girls’ 1.99 Swim Suits 


1.99 


Girls’ 2.99-3.99 Dresses 


Bare-arme. torece, 

jacket dresses 

cottons! Sizes 7 to for 
14. 


$1 Fitted Crib Sheets ... 


80 aq. percales with fitted corners t) 
White in standard size. 


2.99 Children’s Play Shoes ... .1.66 


Many styles in whites & colors. 8% to 3 


2.99 Children’s Barefoot Sandals, 1.66 
Long wearing, cool, comforteble: Siges 5-3 
in group. 


2.95 Children’s Tennis Shoes... . 1.88 
Hi-tops or Oxford styles. Sizes 6 to 3 in croup. 
group 


Cotton fabrics in the 
newest styles, ruffles, 
bow trims. Sizes 6 
te 14 


78¢ 


mt hold. 


Boys’ 1.99 Shirts 


3° 


Boys’ 2.99-3.99 Summer Robes. .1.99 


No-lron cottons in many patterns. Siges 6 to 18, 


large assortment 
of styles. colors, 
cotton fabrics. 
Sizes 6-18. 


Boys’ 2.99 Dungarees 


1.99 


Boys’ 1.99-2.99 Shorts 
3 
or 


Boy's 1.99 Plisse Pajamas 2 for $3 


No tron, cool wy yO styles. Full coat and 
middy styles. 2-pc.., 


Boy's 1.39 Polo Shirts 


Crew necks, ony in cool, cotton, short 
sleeves. Sizes ¢ 


Boy’ s 1.99-2.99 Swim Trunks, 2 for $3 
lastex. ge | in boxer and brief styles, 
Be t in supports. 66 to 16. 


Heavyweight den- 
ims, bar-tacked at 
strain points. Bizes 
8 to 16. 


Summer cottons, 
rayons. Zip front, 
elastic waist. Sizes 
4 to 12. 


Many, many other items not advertised! Check Every Department! 


by ‘ 


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Washington Store Open Monday 9:30 to 6 P.M., Suburban Stores 12:30 to 9:30 P.M. 


THE HECHT CO. DOWNSTAIRS 


Men’s Summer Sport Shirts 
Cottons in leno 

weave and rayons. 

Pastels, whites, 14- for 

17. 


Men’‘s Casual Shoes 


: 94 


Comfortable cloth uppers 
with thick rubber soles. 


Sizes 6 to 12. Seconds. 


lf Perf. 2.99-3.99 Pajamas 


Cottons in many 
patterns and colors. 3 7 
Cool for summer. Of 

B, C, D. 


A, 


$5-7.50 Summer Hats 


Straws in popular sum- 29 
mer shades, many with . 
colorful bands. Most 

sizes. 


2.99-3.99 Sport Shirts 


1-”? 


Smart woven cottons in 
new summer colors! 
Plaids, solids, stripes, 
sizes s to x-l. 


2.99-3.99 Dress Shirts 
Cool summer batistes -~ 99 
other cotton fab 
whites and lintel Sizes 
14 to 17 in group. 


iF Pert. 2.50-3. 50 Ties | 69e 


rrow or reg. & s8quU 


si ‘Argyle Hose . .. 39% 


California weight cotton, new spring colors. sve 


if Perf. 7.99 Slacks 


377 


1f Perf. 3.99 Chinos 2 for $5 
42 


Ganforized cotton pants, 29-42, 29-34 lengths 


if Perf. 16.50 Sport Coats 


Summer cottons, rayons, 99 
dacrons, cords, broken 


sizes. 


Wash nm wear iregs., 


dacrons, blends, 29-42, 


ul Nevers wi' 
uf if Perf. 79c Doaderwese : : 
nit cotton briefs. & to L. athletic shirts 


if Perf. 79c-$1 Underwear .. 


Cotton shorts, 28-42. T-shirts S&S to L. 


if Perf. 3.99-4.99 Slacks 


1” 


Summer cottons, rayons, 
wools, blends, 29-42. 


$5-8.95 Sport Shirts . . 2.99 


Woven ray ik-cottons, 5 to i 


$5.8.95 Dress Shirts. "2.99 


Pamous perfs.. cottons, l4- (7. 32-35. 


Famous 1.50-2.50 Jewelry 


Tie bars, clasps, S | 
cuff links, some for 
sets. 


if Perf. 12.95-18.25 Shoes ....... 6.88 


. Rejects, dress, casual, broken sizes. 


if Perf. 3.99 Jackets 
wash- 2:77 


lf Perf. 3.99-4.99 Slacks 


Cottons, rayons, wash- ). 99 


wears, 36-46 


Cottons, 
wears. 36-46. 


rayons, 


Better dress, sport styles, broken sizes. | 


Men’s Summer Suits 


Perfects and _ irregulars, 
cords, solids, rayon gabs, 99 
wools for regs., shorts, longs 

in group. 


4.99-5.99 ieasin Slacks - 
Perfs., irregs., cottons, ray- 

ons, Dacrons, blends, cords, 99 
denims, rayon gabs. Ass't 


styles, waists 28-42. 


Men's 1 9 Sport Shirts 


Short sleeved cotton 

broadcloths, ray ons, % 
solids or fancy. San- for 
forized, sizes S to x-L. 


1,99-2.99 Shorts, Swim Trunks 


Shorts; Famous i 
cottons, rayons, 9 
or Bermuda, S to x- Chef 

1.69 ea. | 


MONDAY « 


TUESDAY 
ONLY! 


No Mail or Phone Orders 


{BUYS FOR HOME! 


Closeout 9x12 Cotton Rugs 


Seconds in colorful 
cottons! Non - skid, 
big room size! 
Choose from 7 colors. 


Closeout Scatter Rugs 2 


Seconds, cotton or nylon-viscose, n n-skid 
4.99 \f Perf. Curtains 


Nylons & Dacrons—easy 
‘ash, fr ge Extra 99 
. << air. as- 


sorted ionatha, V hite, 
pastels. 


5.99-8.99 4x6 Rugs . 


Seconds, closeouts, cotton. inged. non- skid 


3.99 Fiberglas Curtains 


ee curtains, 54, 63, 99 
2. Sheer, quick dry aa 
iin Sl-in. lengths. 

white. 


If Perf. 2.99-3,99 Drapes 


|-”? 


Rayon novelty weaves in 
decorator patterns. Assort- 
ed colors, 84” long. 


29.99 Nylon & Viscose Rugs 


16“ 


2.99 Tailored Sheer Curtains 


1? 


Nylon & rayon vis- 
cose, 9x12 ft. a 
non-skid bac k. 
colors. 


Miracle Fiberglas — no 
. ron, easy wash. 5-ft ae 
per pair, 54, 63, 72, 
lengths. 


Fieldcrest 1.99 Towels 


89: 


Seconds, closeouts, 


super 25x48 jacquards. 


Sideless Window Awnings : 
Hollywood style. green with stripes. 30x36 


Nylon Cafe Curtains 
9 98- 12. 98 Couch Gaus 
15, 99. 19. 8 ‘Sofa Covers : 


mn saliicioths, barks, redi-uph 


5.99 Lined Drapes 
Prints, abstract, modern, 44 
floral, 90” long. 

1,89-9.98 Chair Covers 


Make your furniture look A> 
like new. Cotton aail- . 
cloth, bark, redi-uphol- 

stery. 


If Perf. 5.99-6.99 Spreads 
Cotton plisse print, 88 
drapes to match. 


If Perf. 2.99-3.99 Curtains 


1” 


Tailored sheer, ivory, 54 
wide per pr., 54-63-72-41- 
90” long. 


1,99-2.99 Nylon Curtains 


“1h 


Tailored sheer, ivory, 54 


to 81” long. 


Piump Orion Filled Pillows 


] 29 


8.99 Orion Filled Comforts 


French rayon crepe cov- 5:77 


Allergy free fiber, cotton 
tick, standard size. 


ered, pastels, white. 


10” 


..2 for $3 


IF Perf, 2. 99 Sheets 


Famous make seconds, 180 
thread percales, white. 
Flaws dont affect wear. 
772x108. 3.39 81x108 . 2.59; 
3.79 90x108 2.99; 79c 
cases ... 69c. 


If Perf. 3.99 Spreads 
Fluffy cotton chenille, twin 22 
or full sizes. Washable, no- : 


iron, pastel or dark colors. 


5.99 Chair Slipcovers 


For popular sizes. Print 
cotton cretonne with solid 88 
color. 


12.98 3-cushion modern = 
covers 


Miracle fiber wash quickly, 
Need no-jironing. White, 
54-63-72-81” long. 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
eeee Sunday, May 13, 1956 Bo 


TH QUANTITY SPECIALS 


99: 


Men’s If Perf. 3.99 Slacks 
Tropical Suits, Seconds 
Seconds, Summer Suits 
Men’s *1 Plastic Raincoats. .. 
Men’s Factory Reject Shoes ... 
Men’s 1.99 Casual Shoes 
Irreg. 2.19 Chino Pants 
Men’s *1 Rayon Neckties 
Irreg. Helenca Nylon Hose 
1.99 Flannel Sweatshirts 


Leather or Braided Belts 
Men’s 1.99 Pajamas 

Men’s 2.99 Spring Jackets... 99° 
Men’s Irreg. Felt Hats 

Men’s 1.99 Dress Shirts 
Men’s 1.99 Sport Shirts 

If Perf, 1.99 Walk Shorts... 
Men’s 1.99 Sport Shirts 


2.19 lf Perf. Denim Slax 


66° 


1.99-2.99 Seconds, Drapes... 88° 
1.99 Beacon Knitted Curtains. 9A‘ 
2.99 Venetian Blinds 

1.99 Lustron Rayon Drapes 

1.98 Plastic Drapes 

1.99 Sash Rayon Bark Drapes. 39° 
lf Perf. 3.99 Bedspreads 


per customer 


If Perf. 50c¢ Pillow Cases 


* per customer 


4 
97° 
52° 


If Perf. *1 Bath Towels .... 


4 per customer 


. If Perf. 1.50 Muslin Sheets... 


2 per customer 


lf Perf. 1.88 Sheet Blankets .. 


2 per customer 


lf Perf: *2 Percale Sheets 


2 per customer 


wot 2.99 Leather Sandals... — 
6.99-8.99 Plastic Luggage. ... pe 


If Perf: 2.50-3.50 Silk Ties. 69° 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
B 10 Sunday, Mey 13, 1956 ee 


ONLY!... MONDAY AND TUESDAY 


DISTRICT DAYS 


It’s Easy to Buy All Your Furniture on The Hecht Co. Ever-Ready Credit Plan 


SOLID MAPLE! 
$55 BEDROOM 
UNITS TO MATCH 


4 IMPORTANT 59.95 STYLES 


FOAM LOUNGE CHAIRS a 3 
—- 39.95 | te | 3BE39.95 


Pick just the units you need, and 
save! Solid maple units—so rare 
at this price! Burnished and 
beautiful, with mellow Colonial 


eas? so} te 
gear ertre 
sos > FO) 
a gee eet : ; . . 
SSEe, . os i Foam Cushioned, So How You Save! 


styling—it's smart to save on the 

: | complete group to combine into 
‘L : an-sized, comfortable 

Knuckle arm, man-sized a sturdy, useful bedroom suite! 


chairs for your living room, bedroom Matching Mirror, 13.95. 


or den! Lawson, wing or channel 


back! Prints, damasks, matelasse! New 
high shades: scarlet, shell, turquoise, 
lime, toast, gold, green, rose or sage in 


4 
etal ey OP SP Er om ne ei atietineeet of ——— —— Ee sD - 
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the group. 


4th FL. Washington & PARKington; 
3rd Fl. Silver Spring 


mn oA 


‘ur 3 % 


SAVE! MODERN 
BED-DAVENPORTS, 
EXPENSIVE COVERS 


Such glamorous covers rou know ther 2 Days Only 
were meant for far higher priced pieces’ 


Proud modern davenpor:, converts in 93> 
« 

minutes into a bie double-sire bed com- 

plete with bouncy innerspring mattress . 


Just 1 or 2 of a kind! Hurry! 


~ i ele it ey hi eae: oe al pre S aediedell ¢ “oa . oe : 
y 7 - 7 
0" a a8 (tM By 0 “ Ata hea A ae “ da 


DACRON COVER MAKES FOAM 
MATTRESS & SPRING A SUPER VALUE! 


How exciting to find a complete foam outfit for only Twin Size, Set 


II.DD 


yours, and look forward to better rest! Just $7 Monthly 


59.95! Add the costly Dacron cover, and you're 


crear? ’ 
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a rare value, indeed! Dacron adds much to the durability. 


Deep foam adds much to your relaxation. Hurry in for 


The Hecht Co., 4th Fl, Washington & PARKington; ird Fl, Silver Spring 


SAVE! DECORATIVE 
WROUGHT IRON 
SOFA BED 


2 Days Only 7 4.9O5 


$7 Monthly 
Opens to % sire-—esits 3, sleeps 2! 
Wrought tron arms and legs. Coi- 
orful tweeds 


RICH 6 PC. SOLID 
MAPLE SOFA BED 
229.95 SUITE 


2 Days Only I 69.95 


$14 Monthly 


Genuine hard-rock maple! Sofa- 
bed sleens 2! Plus platform rocker, 
lounge chair, 3 tables! Green, grey, 
brown, red. 


TWIN OR DOUBLE 
SIZE INNERSPRING 
MATTRESS 


20m oy 19.99 


each 


Terrific value’ Medium firm with 

French edee. Heavy wovem striped 

ticking. Matching Box Spring 
ea. 19.99 


wre ae 


59.95 MODERN 
CHAIRS IN 4 
KNOCKOUT STYLES! 


20m oy ZOOS 


Choose open arm, channel back, 
fiare arm or high arm style! No- 
sac springs! Corner blocked! At- 
tractive tweeds, colors, 


79.95 MAN-SIZE 
DURAN CHAIR 
PLUS OTTOMAN 


2 Days Only 49 Oo5 


Washabie,* durable comfortable 
club chair and ottoman in dauran 
plastic! Red, green or ivory. 


349.95 MENGEL BED- 
ROOM PLUS SPRING, 
MATTRESS 


2 dm Oy P5995 


$16 Monthly 


Mengel's “permanized construc- 
tion” in triple dresser with mirror, 
chest, bed. epring and mattress! 
Exclusive at the Hecht Co. Moon- 
etone mahogany. 


METALLIC TWEED! 
249.95 ROWE 2-PART 
FOAM SECTIONAL 


2d Only IG9.95 


$14 Monthly 


Reversible foam ¢ushions! Fxtra 
long' Sauare arm. Turgucise 
metallic tweed. 


MAHOGANY VENEER 
16.95 TABLES! BUY 
3 AND SAVE! 

3 fer 


20mm Oy §=29.95 


Cocktall, step. end and lamp ta- 
bles atyled with handsome Shera- 
ton leg! Assambile at exclusive 
District Days savings! Ea. 12.95 


The Hecht Co., 4th Fl., Washington & PARKington; 3rd FI., Silver Spring 


249.95 DOUBLE 
DRESSER MODERN 
BEDROOM SUITE 


2 Days Only Z9.95 


$14 Monthly 
Save 870' Double dresser chest 
and ijiowfoot pane 1 rich 
cherry veneer. Dusty 
guided drawers Mato! 
Table... $20 


PLASTIC-TOP DESK 
RESISTS BURNS, 
SCRATCHES, STAINS 


20m oh 9.95 


Mahogeny finish. Has deep. epa- 
cious drawer. King-size top resists 
ink etains. ecratches—a must 
where children are! 


299.95 SENIOR 
MODERN 6-PC. 
DINING ROOM 


2 Days Only x | 98 


$14 Monthly 
Benior buffet. table and 4 chairs 
in limed oak with tremendous 
drawer and cupboard space’ 
Matching Pieces Avaliable 
Savings 


u 


PLASTIC-PROTECTED 
ALL-LIMED-OAK 
MODERN TABLES 


2 Days Only 19.95 


The beauty and warmth of alle 
wood tebies; plastic protection Une 
der top aluminum veneer prevents 
damage from burns, stains, etc. So 
NEW—worth far more! 


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Yale Crew Upset by Cornell on Potomac 


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brilliant pitching duel. 

Only two Yankees had 
reached first—on a walk and hit 
batsman—against the 5-9, 165- 
pound Californian until Andy 
Carey spoiled the superb effort 
in the top of the ninth in heart- 
breaking fashion. 

The Yankee third baseman 


By Brooklyn Pitcher 


BROOKLYN. May 12 #—Carl Erskine pitched the Brooklyn 
Dodgers to a no-hit, no-run victory over the New York Giants 
By Bob Addie jtoday, 3-0. It was the second no-hitter for the righthander who) 

Sta Reporter stopped the Chicago Cubs without a blow on June 19, 1952. The 

The Nats and Red Sox looked | score that time was 5-0. | 
like a couple of club fighters) Erskine walked two afd fanned three | 
i\knocking each other silly last in chalking up his second victory of the 
| night. When the final bell'season. He also has lost two. 
sounded, our flat-nosed heroes| The last previous no-hitter in the b. 
wound up with a 12-9 victory majors was by Sam Jones of the Cubs day | The 26-year-old Oriole south- 
in a slugfest witnessed by 7098 against Pittsburgh on May 12 a year ago. | The Big Red from Ithica, paw celebrated his second o55eq a ball which struck 
spectators. The Cubs won, 40. \N. Y., upset No. 1 seeded and | major league start and first vic-\) 16 plate and bounced about 

The loss dropped Boston _Etskine had the Giants in subjection previously unbeaten Yale .by|tory by singling home the only 
from third to fourth while the 4!l the way today. In the ninth inning, 6 feet in the feature varsity|run in the seventh inning to See YANKEES, Pg. C4, Col. i 
Nats held on to fifth. Whitey Lockman fouled one out of the race, topping an afternoon of) 

For Jerry Snyder and Bunky park That was the closest he came to tight finishes that had the} 
Stewart, a couple of auspicious |O%!D8 Dis no-hitter. regatta judges huddling to de-| 
firsts were marked. Snyder hit|, A! Dark. captain of the Giants, hit at 

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~ vt nem Ayre apy y+ ok slight young ~ ee pie gle My | The Blues of Yale and the! 
ete ay Spe Fran his Dodger mates. President Walter Reds of Cornell battled neck-| 

_— O'Malley immediately announced a Carl Erskine |end-neck for the final half-mile | 
X Stewart wound up with the check for $500 would be waiting for him in the dressing room. /|°f the feature betere Cornea 
victory, which happened to be| Oddly enough, Don Ferrarese, young rookie lefthander with Stuck its bow out front on the 
‘Dis first in 43 major league ap- the Baltimore Orioles, had a no-hitter against the New York | *ttensth of its final two strokes. 
pearances. Yankees across town in Yankee Stadium. He lost his, however,|. Th¢ finish was so close the 
| Chakales te Rescue ‘when Andy Carey sent a high* ’| judges were forced to put their 


THE OFFICE OF SENATOR Carlson of Kansas, a 
farm state, is receiving more protest mail over the Wes 
Santee case than over President Eisenhower's veto of the 
farm bill . . . those rookie shortstops who created the 
big noises in spring training are proving flops. They 
are Jerry Lumpe of the Yankees, Luis Aparicio of the White 
Sox, Jose Valdivielso of the Nats and 
Jack Brandt of*the Cardinals. The 
shining exception is Don Buddin of 
the Red Sox .. . Russia wasn't invited 
to compete in the 28-nation Interna- 
tional Four Ball Golf Tournament for 
the John Jay Hopkins Trophy in Eng- 
land next month because it has no golf 
team. because there are no golf 
courses in Russia . . . following the 
earthquake which shook Southern Cal- 
ifornia on Friday, Sugar Ray Robin- 
son's press agent quickly reported: 

“The camp was startled by the earth- 
quake tremor. At first Robinson 
thought it was the echo of a nightmare 
from Bobo Olson's training camp.” ... 
American League hitters count on getting a knuckle ball from 


Bosox, 12-9 | Two Shells 


By Martie Zad 


Staff Reporter 


| NEW YORK, May 12 @ 
Baltimore rookie Don Ferrarese 
lost a no-hit, norun game on a 
| : freak hit in the ninth inning 

Cornell was the big winner today, but held his poise and 
in the Eastern Sprint Rowing whipped the league-leading 
Regatta held on the Potomac New York Yankees, 14, on a 
River off Hains Point yester-|two-hitter. 


NIGHT AFTER 
NIGHT AFTER 
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Early Wynn if he gets two strikes against them ... Come On 


Red, the surprising long shot which finished third in the Derby, | 


is well guarded in his Pimlico stall while awaiting the Preak- 
ness. On watch is a big Doberman pinscher named Rinney 
who (1) sleeps in front of Come On Red's stall, (2) likes raw 
meat and, (3) does not like strangers ... the Detroit Tigers 


have snatched a schoolboy first baseman from beneath the | 


noses of the Nats’ scouts. He is John Tasker, 18, from Falls 


Stewart, who first came up 
‘with the Nats in 1952, was the 
'fourth in a parade of five pitch- 
ers led by “Grand Marshal” Pe- 


dro Ramos, who failed to sur- 


vive the second inning. 


Stewart and. 


chopper to second base to open 
the ninth. 

The Dodgers scored one run 
in third when Al Worthington 


heads together and confer be- 
fore announcing Cornell as the 
| official winner. 


Landy Runs 


‘Navy Plebes Win 


Ramos was followed by Con- 
nie Grob, Truman Clevenger. 


last control and walked Jackie 
Rc binson with the bases loaded. 

Peewee Reese's single, Duke’ 
Snider's double, and Roy Cam-| 
panella’s single meant two more) 


3:09.1 Mile, 


| The varsity race was really 
'close, but the junior varsity and 
freshman events were even 
| eleder. Cornell won the Jayvee| 
jrace over the 2000-meter sprint 


NORTHCOOL 


Beats Delany 


WEAR-WASH, NO PRESS FORMAL 


Church, Va., who hit eight homers in a recent amateur tourna- of course, Bob/ runs for the World Champions, 


. n — \Chakales. The latter had to; ' + i wae — 
ment and now is at the Tigers’ Jamestown, N. Y. farm. lrescue Bunky when he faltered!" the seventh. Marv Grissom! FRESNO, Calif, May 12 


nh cgheh Inning. Chale ana there wen normore scoring San anya ma 
job, blanking the Red Sox with rskine said alter the game of the mile tonight, winning a 


course by 4 feet after a thrill- 
ing stretch battle with Penn. , | 

In the freshman event, the) 
judges had to hold a 10-minute) 
huddle to decide that the Navy | 


ROCKY MARCIANO intelligence: The Saturday Evening 


Post, Collier’s and Look are in a bidding battle for his mem- 


oirs, out of which would come the Rocky Marciano story for | 


the movies, with the price nearing $100,000 . . . Now that he 
has retired, Marciano wants to cut his manager, Al Weill, back 
to 25 per cent of his earnings instead of the 50 per cent Weill 
took for himself. His contract with Weill doesn’t expire until 
~ February, 1957 .,. . Archie Moore, who said nasty things about 
Rocky when he was a challenger, last week honored him with 
a request for his autographed picture ... Ted Williams, a Mar- 
ciano fan. demonstrated how conscious he is of lifetime aver- 
ages when he said he was sorry to see Rocky quit after 49 
straight winning fights. “He should have fought one more,” 
Williams said. “Fifty for fifty would look better in the book.” 


one single in two innings. 


The Red Sox didnt have 


much luck with their pitchers, 


either. Tom Brewer started 
and, like Ramos, was chased in 
the second. Dave Sisler. the 
new Boston stopper, couldn't 
plug the flood of base hits and 
was the official loser. Leo Kiely 
did brief rescue work. Baumann 
took over in the third and went 
the rest Of the way, doing a 
\fine job. 


‘Snyder Bats in Five 


. .. Consider the dilemma of managers who change pitchers | 


with switch hitter Mickey Mantle next up. Should he send in 
a southpaw to pitch to Mantle who is hitting .600 right handed, 
or a right hander to pitch to Mantle who is hitting 367 left 
handed... If you don't think base stealing is a lost art, con- 
sider the fact that anybody who has stolen two bases in the 
American League is now tied for the lead, nearly a month 
after the season opened .. . One critic who heard Lou Nova 
give a reading of Shakespearean verses in Carnegie Hall last 
week, wrote: “Nova took on Joe Louis in Yankee Stadium in 
1943 and Shakespeare in Carnegie Hall last night. He lost both 
bouts.” 

THE TY COBB BIOGRAPHY, soon due from Author John 
McCallum. is imaginatively titled “The Tiger Wore Spikes.” 
In it, Cobb denies he ever spiked a player deliberately .. . 


The winner of the Hurricane Jackson-Floyd Patterson fight | 


will have to get past Archie Moore before he can claim the 
championship, thus making it a rocky road to Rocky's title... 
Cleveland football fans fear the Browns will be “just another 


football team and Paul Brown just another coach,” now that | 


Otto Graham has retired . . . Ronnie Waller, the Maryland 
halfback who made good with the Los Angeles Rams and mar- 
ried the granddaughter of millionairess socialite Merriweather 
Post, was launched on the sea of matrimony by a $100,000 wed- 
ding gift to his bride .. . Jockey Dave Erb will have to hustle 
Needles along earlier in the Preakness than in the Derby be- 
cause the Pimlico race on Saturday is a sixteenth of a mile 
shorter ... Baseball observers are awaiting the day when the 


tempers of Don Buddin of the Red Sox and Billy Martin of 
the Yankees explode simultaneously around second . 
“Buddin may lick Martin,” one baseball writer speculates, 
“but that will only mean Billy will make him. prove it the next 
day”... It is a sore spot with Casey Stengel that the Cleve- 
land Indians, managed by his old catcher at Brooklyn, Al 
Lopez, won 13 of 22 games from the Yanks last year . . . Dave 


Sime, the Duke star who went to that school on a baseball 
scholarship, has been so sensational in breaking two world 


records in track that he will not report for baseball. 


THE NCAA, WHICH PUT certain colleges on probation for 
violating the amateur code, spelled out a ridiculous punish- 
- ment: Ineligibility to participate in bowl games. Some of the 
schools involved had no chance of getting a bow! bid in the 


See POVICH, Page C-5, Col 3 


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Snyder got a double and a 
bases-loaded triple, both in the 
|Same inning, the second. when 
the Nats scored eight runs. 
Jerry drove in five runs for the 
night, equalling his entire out- 
‘put for this season. 

A total of 26 hits sprayed the 
landscape with Boston getting 
|14. Dick Gernert again was the 
‘big gun for the Red Sox. 
smashing two homers, his sev- 
enth and eighth, and driving 
in six runs with four hits. 


‘Frank Malzone also homered ss 


for Boston. 

It was Malzone who got the 
Red Sox off to a good start in 
the first inning by belting his 
j}homer after Billy Goodman was 
safe on Snyder's error 


Oravetz, who also got three 
\hits, walked in the bottom half 
jand Roy Sievers brought both 
jhome with a double to tie at 
2 to 2..° 


Out Goes Ramos 


Ramos was yanked in the sec- 
ond inning when Sammy White 
doubled and Brewer singled for 
the first of three runs. Grob 


5 to 2. 

The Nats broke loose in their 
half. Karl Olson and Snyder 
started with doubles. Lou Ber- 
beret batted for Grob and 
fanned. Yost singled home Sny- 
der. Sisler relieved Brewer and 
was tagged for a double by 
Oravetz. Yost scored all the 
way from first for the third run 
which tied the score at 5-5. 

Pete Runnels flied out but 


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that pitching his second no-hit- 
ter “meant more to me than 
anybody knows.” | 

“You know, it's a funny 
thing,” he continued. “Peewee 
told me before the game, I've 
got a premonition today: 
Regarding Carl Furillo’s catch 
f a drive bit by Ray Katt to!) 
the scoreboard in right center,| 
Erskine said Centerfielder Sni- 
der told him “Furillo got as 
good a jump as humanly pos 
\sible on that ball.” 

Catcher Campanella said he 
didn’t. know until he happened 
to look at the scoreLoard in the) 
sixth inning that Erskine had 
not allowed any hits. 
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special race at the distance in 
3:59.1 . 

The 26-year-old flying school- 
master from Melbourne thus 
cracked the four-minute bar- 
rier twice’ in eight days as he 
wound up a good will visit to 
the United States. 

Landy finished an estimated 

to 90 yards in front of 20- 
year-old Ron Delany of Ireland, 
a runaway that was accom- 
plished with astonishing ease. 

A week ago Landy ran second 
to his fellow countryman, Jim 
Bailey, at Los Angeles, with 
both breaking under four min- 
utes—Bailey in 3:586 and 
Landy in 3:58.7. Delany was 
third that afternoon in 4:05.5. 

Landy appeared to blast away 
even faster on the final lap 
tonight, but official wind 
gauges disclosed he was buck- 
ing a 5 mile an hour wind up 
the backstretch. 

A sell-out West Coast relays 


‘crowd of more than 15,000 gath-' 


ered on its collective feet, as 
the Australian blazed into the 
final 220 yards, displaying a 
tremendous finishing kick. 
Delany and three others 


raced against Landy, with Dan- 
2-iny Schweikart of the Los An- 


geles Athletic Club, badly beat- 
en last week in the Los Angeles 


Plebes outlasted a late rush by) 
Yale. The judges said, “Navy 
by 3 inches.” | 

The exciting finishes were 
viewed by 14,500 fans who lined 
the seawall of Bast Potomac) 
Park. | 

Never before in the Eastern 
sprints has there been such 
close and ex¢iting finishes in 
all three classes. 


Exciting Afternoon 


It was enough to keep the) 
oarsmen pulling with all they) 
had, the coaches as nervous as 
expectant fathers, the judges) 
worried and the fans scream- 
ing with each sweep of the 
oars. 

In the Varsity race, Penn) 
was third, Princeton fourth,| 
Harvard fifth and Navy sixth.| 

Cornell's winning time was 
6:10 minutes over the wind- 
blown Potomac. Yale was six-| 
tenths of a second slower. / 

The other four crews fell 
more than two lengths back in 
the final quarter-mile when 
the feature turned into a 
private contest between Yale 
and Cornell. 

The victory in the varsity 
race enabled Cornell to retain) 
tMe 63-year-old 1242-pound solid 
gold Rowe Cup it won last) 


‘#2). b--Wort-' race, finishing third this time.’ See ROWING, Page C-4, Col. 3) 


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Ob Johnny Beats Preakness Eligibles 


came in and gave up singles to| NEW YORK, May 12 #—Oh, Arnstein’s Eiffel Blue in the, announced until later. However, 
Goodman and Gernert, which|Johnny skipped to a three|final eighth of a mile and Mrs. Wallace Gilroy of Green- 
netted two more runs for Bos-|length upset victory in the pulled away to win under wich, Conn. and Miami, Fia., 
ton and put the Sox ahead,'/$29,100 Withers Stakes at\Jockey Hedley Woodhouse’s owner of Oh Johnny, failed to 
|\Jamaica today, coming from) 


well off the pace to defeat a 
field containing seven eligibles 
for the $100,000 added Preak- 
ness. 

A consistent performer in 
high priced claiming races dur- 
ing most of 1955, Oh Johnny 
moved up into stakes company) 
last December and the 8ist 
running of the famous Withers 
marked 


his greatest victory.|the 


urging. 

Eiffel Blue’ took second 
money by a head over the 
Brookmeade Stable’s Lawless, 
who was a length and a half 
ahead of C. V. Whitney’s Born 
Mighty. The latter was fourth 
in the 10-horse field. 

Eiffel Blue, Lawless and 
Born Mighty all may have 
learned a trip to Baltimore for 

Preakness next Saturday, 


Oh . Johnny 
, 


caught Danny 


although no decision will be 


nominate the bay son of Johns 
Joy for any of the Triple Crown 
events. She can, however, pay 
/$5000 to make the colt a s%» 
plementary nominee for the 
'$100,000 added Belmont June 
‘16. Preakness supplementary 
‘nominations at $7500 close last 
Monday. 

,. One of those who paid the 
$7500 was the Winding Way 
Farm's Golf Ace who was the 


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cre clouts: St. Louis poured| Chicage, 3; Detrelt, @ | Pittsburgh, 6; Philadelphia, 5. Maxwell pounded a two-run, 
none out home run in the to Pies. LEPT—Kaneas Cit ty 


Fans Jumping? Eytan gory contest, | TODAY'S GAMES TODAY'S GAMES eighth off Mike Fornieles, |; Clevelan —OF Berriase 3. 
#5 played before Boston at WASHINGTON, 2 Ns York at Breekiyn — “rd Chicago pitcher. Con-); ; 


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vs. F 0-0) and Score (2-3 son ~ 
Gay that — people were | pete Whisenant, who came to Ae wher at New York = Milwaukee at Cincinnati (2}— curcaco DETROIT | | [rish Dow i 
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that no reservations will be |Hank Sauer, hit two of the @-®@ St. Louls at Chicago (2)}— ¥ 
» — Notre Dame's Fighting Seg 
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accepted unless they bear a | homers Chicage at Detroit — Pierce Schmidt (2-6) and Dickson (6-3) | 
erased a 207 deficit and pa- 


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Totals 41:17 7 Totals 37 11271 : 
i; . » for Mouse in 34 jraded to a 43-32 triumph over 
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Maryland Fourthr _2e® oi tr’ tasters inn. | gay Hand- leath : 
j ary aii ee =e ; day before 15,000 fans. and-woven leather, or the U-Wing in Tan Calf with 
bottom . oo od oi — WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.) psii- gail taige a, Lain, i See lcd the vareity, witht a wee. Other summer styles in Black Calf with 
altimore Orioles today sold ; Fos 2. Be! . . eon captain, le e varsity w . 
May 12 —After long putts §33..i° oeft fiardi. RBi—|two touchdowns on a i2-yard, Grey Mesh or Black Mesh; Tan or Black Calf with 
for box seats; $4 for grand Outfielder Jimmy Dyck to Cin- ver > ‘iy White Buck; All Wh : 
stand, and $1.50 for bleachers. cinnati for a reported $25,000, ¢?@bled him to stay even with jos. Kuen: Maxwell 2. 2B~Fox. oes and ° row pain le roar aS OUCK, OF ite Buck. All with Wright 
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All seats will be reserved.and | Totes 9 oe er acon be ‘a leaving the Orioles one more P4F on the Great Cisse beies, Kuenn. | el. closing season at quarterback, Arch Preservers’ 4 Famous Features for solid comfort, 
the limit will be four to a | #2 sled tor Jon es, im oun player to pare before next North Carolina's Buzzy Basing- a. OF Ser chicaae 1D t Was as adept as ever and scored Laer 
customer. Orders must be chan ty double play for Blasingame| Lnursday'’s deadline. er steadied for a par 71 to win 7. 85—om Donovan 3. Hoett 1. Bleck once on a three-yatd plunge 56 Styles to Suit Your Wardrobe DowNTow 
made by certified check or in 2. we wisden im Ott | Orioles Manager Paul Rich- +». individual championship of Pollet 1. Pornieles 1, Hoe!t rsen |The other Irish touchdowns T30 Sizes to Fit Your Feet .— eZ 
the Atlantic Coast Conference } 2,, were scored by senior halfback Sizes 5 to 15. AAAA to EEE 


money order and made out | fi homer for Jackson im 9th. ards said the deal with Cincin- ornieles 5 in onsue in 
ert 12 in . in 2 Mas! rsh Rob Ward, sophomore end Dick 
The envelopes should be 3 ai 7=—13 action. golf tournament today With @ 2 im 2 Bed Pors 3-2. Con- Royer and ” tunis fullback 
addressed to: All-Star Game, | Must wer 2 Moon. Repuiski,| The 34-year-old Dyck has a/36-hole-total of 139, three un- sucers 0-0. Hosts 0 wP- Dm Charley Lima. EL 
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eye 75 cents must be —--_. _ Virdon go = Football Coach Quits Wake Forest. 574 to 582. Duke The Princeton freshmen de- romps by Dick Hendricks and] OPEN 9:30 A.M.-6 P.M. THURSDAY “til 9 P.M. 
sey ~ ap Reguannne Bem 34 rand Kellert. Banks. "be° vi od} WASHINGTON. Pa.. May 12 was third with 598 and Mary- feated Landon School of Wash sophomore Don Costa, and one 

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gy _, anv 2 ae jon i. Davis 3. SO—seiged 2, 4 College said today head foot- scoring: Jerry McFerren 147; tennis. In the No. 1 singles Fitzgerald. pret an. Fitted by Shoe Men with Years of Experience— 
—will ‘aah te inal at ye ma in 3 Meanie 2 hall coach Charlies (Churck) Del Beman 152, William Mc- match, Landon’ Donald Dell 
ay > an ee "\,: ‘anckee 24, Sout Nelson has submitted his resig- Ferren 156, Ronald Dobbs 158 defeated Dave Brechner, 7—5, 


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IT WOULDN'T BE SURPRISING to see Casey Stengel 
‘ name Chuck Dressen as one of his coaches for the All- | 
Star game here on July 10 .-. . It’s not only traditional | 
to name a local manager but also wise since Dressen is | 
recognized as a strategist . . . Chuck gave his all for 
Stengel and the Yanks in last year’s World Series. 


Team Depth 


By Dave Brady 
Staff Revorter | 
Spectacular shotmaking and! 
slick stick work on defense 
‘wore down Army, 114, ac- 
feorge Preston Marshall will |couunted for Maryland's 22d 
change his first name to “Grand” on (straight victory and the Ter 
June 2... He has been named as |rapins’ second straight national 
grand marshal of the mammoth pa- |lacrosse championship yester- 
rade in Grafton, W. Va., celebrating day at College Park. | 
that state’s centennial ... Marshall Maryland's title timetable 


(George, not Grand) is a native of _Was moved up a week on an 
West Virginia assist from Johns Hopkins 
which eliminated Navy's last 
hope with an 846 victory in 
The Norge Division of the Borg- |Paltimore yesterday. 
Warner Corp. is offering a home A slim crowd, held down by | 
freezer for the major league manager [eet gem — a = 
so , ‘hard play in Byrd Stadium in 
0 is ejected by an umpire the | hich Maryland emerged with 
most times this season .. . If the /it. 10th triumph of this season 
award were_retroactive, Leo Durocher |The Terrapins close their sea. 
would have won in a breeze—or should it be “freeze?” 


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THE. WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
BEN HUNDLEY Washington’ 
Texan Run‘100 in 9.2 | Ti - D | ; 
rma | A i ttted t argest tire Vedier: 
of Texas ran the 100-yard 0 
dash in 9.2 seconds to beat 
tenth of a second in the 4 thw tT 
Southwest Conference ou es 
today. 
It canont be considered 
there was a 9%-mile wind 
at Whilden’s back. The 
is a Southwest Conference The invitation, extended by 
record. It bettered the 94 j|uyunanimous vote of the seven 
Texas in yesterday’s pre- (tained for Tech a goal it has 
liminaries. Wind is not {sought for 30 years 
Southwest Conference that it had invited Tech to| 
make it an 8school league as’ 
ments of details can be worked | 
N B t out by committees from the 
In | cros Here to be welcomed into the 
chairman of the athletic coun-| 
ci! of Texas Tech, and big, gray-| 
son against Hopkins in Balti- George Breslau stole the ball)jetic dire. tor of Tech. Weaver! 
more next Saturday. iwith eight and a half minutes|has put his energy into obtain-| 
west confere i ing t 
cancellation of the Detroit game Friday . . . The game was | The gold-helmeted, white-jer-|@9d broke open a deadlocked|7..), aoedee  Ganiereman } ” 
‘called at 12:05 p. m. and 10 minutes later the sun was out... seyed Army squad came up lacrosse game | = ~ : 
Hopkins won from Navy, 8&6,; Overshadowed by the action: 
However, in fairness to the Washington officials. they were lattackman Perry Smith, who before 3500 fans. on Tech by the faculty Athletic 
reluctant to call the game ... There was a “flyover” scheduled |worked the ball through the) . 
straight for Hopkins after the conference, was the lifting! 
buted sist ; , of a probation of one year from | 
May 19 but the weather bureau warned of bad weather and |#4 wo rer rs . a ‘th of dropping two in a row when the | 
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the show was called off ... The Nats had the same weather |, >Ut “¢ terrapins cep —t¢ penalized in 1955 for violating) “4 
report and, rather than invite criticism for not calling the \the second half with eight ar : ; @ 2 teconference recruiting rules 
‘game off in time to warn people from outlying areas, they |goals and the Cadets lost their! Scerine: Mephins—Marshali 2, Jory 1 he lifting of the probation also) 
went ahead with the cancellation. fourth game in eight. —Heyward 4. Carter, Rebdinsen. | action 
oa | | ‘nut d trailed. | At the same time, the con- 
AN AMUSING sidelight of that postponed Detroit game ry a ely cage vet In . r ¥ 
was that Prexy Calvin Griffith disappointed his lovely wife, |the second quarter _ Cadets ITHACA, N. Y., May 12 NCAA review its action of May | at No Extra Cost 
/ Two Georgetown and one Navy 1 when it also placed A. & M.| 
Half the school kids in Montgomery County also were coming |scoring twice while blanking werent 
. . : ee ‘tomorrow's match play in the Arg i} ee pean Ma 
ment. Georgetown's Perky\ence. First steps will be taken 
Cullinane (74, 79—153) and next Sunday when a committee 
Gene Howerdd (69, 80—149) and \from the conference meets with | 
154) made the grade. | Howard Grubbs, - executive 
at isecretary of the conference, 
| ‘said it was possible that Tech 
The Minors 


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Lacrosse Tit e | 4 — ue 
AMile Wind Hele: (Texas Tech 
May 12 #—Bobby Whilden 
the world’s record by one- 
track and field meet here 
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., May 
12 ‘®»—Texas Tech, a college of 
a record, however, because (7154 enrollment located in the 
West Texas plains country, to- 
day was voted into the South- 
wind limit is 4.473. The time | west Conference. . 
set by Jerry Prewit of | members of the conference, at-| 
considered i arki 
d in marking up The conference announced 
soon as satisfactory arrange-| 
conference and from Texas 
conference were William Davis, | 
ANNAPOLIS, Md., May 12 ® haired De Witt Weaver. ath-| 
A lot of people have called complaining about the Nats’ | Smith Leads Army gone in the final quarter today|'"€ admission into the aged ) \ 
| which Johns! school, in 1951. 
As it developed, the game easily could have been played .. . with the game’s high scorer in 
; The victory was the sixth committee, governing body of 
by the Air Force as a rehearsal for Armed Forces Day on |Maryland defense four times 
'season opened, Navy now is 6-2. Texas A.&M. The Aggies were! 
talent overpowered Army in 
. Bresiag %. Collingten. Bennett. Navy was announced as unanimous 
Army did not get a shot in H “if CHARGE iT! 
‘ . ; > 
oat dng Qua “7 ference recommended that the 
Natalie, who was : 
Be ee ne ee veeeese Soe auto OF ite... ious Me Sarees 6 oie golfer qualified here today for on a one-year probation 
Eastern Intercollegiate tourna-|om-iai member of the confer-| 
Navy's Carleton King (76, 78—'a committee from Texas Tech. | 
‘could begin competition in con- 


Another night harness track will swell the group shortly . . . brake 


West Virginia voters recently approved night harness racing 3 

by a secant 413 votes. | Harry Goudy turned in the 

most senstational of the canny 

, shooting, driving home a. goal 
Tim Flynn, varsity end on the Maryland football team for while diving toward the nets. 

the past three years, is among the many collegians working |Football quarterback . Frank 

at Rosecroft during this meeting . . . Rosecroft has developed Tamburello slung in a direct 

into a beautiful “track and is well worth an evening’s enter- ishot from 15 feet out, and Ernie 

tainment. ‘Betz scored on the dead run 
smack in front of the goal. 

| Thorn of the Maryland de- 
fense was All-America John 
Simmons, who checked, 
knocked the ball loose from op- 
ponents’ sticks, blocked passes 

)and generally harried the Ca- 
dets throughout. 
MY Pesitien 
«gan 

Gly phis 

pinowshi 

ay 

panies 

Mullins 

Harbeld 

- pe ttac 

Teore by rw 


And the Touchdown Club sends a reminder that tomorrow 
night it will hold a farewell party for Joe Lynch, former 
TD president who recently left the FBI to become general * 
manager of Baltimore Raceway. 

Credit the Arlington Recreation Department with a novel MARYLAND 
idea .. . Our Virginia cousins have inaugurated a “Pigtail 
League” for little girls who seem to have been left out in | 
the rush to provide recreational facilities for the little men... | 
Now, the young ladies will have a chance to play softball and | 
engage in other activities ... It's a grand idea. 

\Army “21 Ss 
Everybody is blaming the weather for lack of attendance | ™**7'*"4 as. ae 
at various sports events but the trouble could go deeper .. . , 
Real estate is in a slump: you read about the sathaeh ti the Wicker ¢. Gge mmilier, Keating. Goudy. 
automobile factories, and there are other disturbing signs Ya nas % Snodgrass. 
pointing to increasing unemployment . 
economic barometer and the falling attendance should be 
studied more closely. 


Valence 


: Keatip 
sUp nu. 

lo race. inkel, h- 
MeDenald. Daryten 


beld. 
SUTBSTITUTIONS ~ 
Fr. Tamberefic. Pepe. Leizeaux, Waleh 
Geuedy. & Tamberelic. Scrantean, 
miller. MeNichelas. Carlisic. 


REPRESENTATIVES of the Washington baseball club. 
including players and executives, get little time to themselves 


ARMYSCORING—Gmith 4, Herbold. ae 


«i. 
. Sports is a great RYLA) 5 


* Wiltemepert & 
Bingha 


AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 
L Pet “ Pet 


7 a Omaha 11 
& AST Indianep'’s 9 
10 5865 Wichita 5 A 
217 
VESTERDAY'S RESULTS 
Chartesten 9% : st. Pasi 7 
PACTFIC COAST LEAGUE 
WwW L Pet w 
Les Ange 19 10 65658. Diewe 15 
Seaera’te 17 10 ASO Pertiand t4 
Seattle 18 13 58) Hellyvywe'd ii 
S. Fram 16 15 .596 Vancouver 9 7 
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 
fon Francisee 7 Les Angeles & 
Helly weed 6 


, Vancouver 
INTPRNATIONAL LEAGUE 
WwW L Pet Pet 
Reches’s 16 7 .696 Beffale 
Terente 13 650 Miam 
Mentreal 16 © .640 Richmond 
rl 16 8 .596 Havens 
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 
ffale 1 
erente 


~nne 
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—— :| Defending 


|\Wally Gore of Arlington, Va.., 


Cotumbeas 


SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION 
WwW tL Pet. w 
rm’em 16 % .640 Mebile 
Memohis 70 12 #75 N. Orl'wes 
Nshvitle 16 14 533 Chatte’s 
474 SOOLMA. Reck 


YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 


Mebile 6 

New Orieans 
Memphis 3% 
Nashville 2 


TEXAS LEAGUE 


Ch 
Lewisville 5 


WwW L Pes Pct 
rt. Wth 18 & .625 Taleo 
S. Ant’e 14 10 583 Dalles 
Heusten 18 if .590 Austin : 
Shrevet 13 12 500 Okls. City 
EASTERN LEAGUE 
. Allentewn 7 
< Reading 5 
Syracuse 5 
mten at Johnstown, rain. 


.462 
320 


ay & 
Schenectady 6 


: «A 
3.91 


® dium 


Av 


Pet 

oe 
soo 
300 


+80 


ference sports next spring. But 
it will be impossible for Tech 


| .se6 to schedule football games with 


all conference members before 
1961. he said, because several 
schools have commitments un- 
til that time 

Weaver said his football sta- 
at Lubbock now accom-' 
modates 38.000 fans and could 
be enlarged to 55,000 by double 
decking. | 


; ' 


| Gore Wins Again 
3%} At Old Dominion 


MANASSAS., Va., 
track 


May 12 
champion 


won his second straight 25-lap 
feature race of the season at 
Old Dominion Speedway to- 
night. 

Gore scored a triple, with 
victories in the 6lap match 
race and 10-lap heat, plus his 
feature victory. He took the 
lead on the ninth lap of the 
feature and coasted in. Don 
Carter of Arlington was second 
and Jack Burkholder of Fair- 
fax was third. A crowd of 1300 


‘looked on. 


... This weekend, for instance, some seven different affairs, 
demanding the appearances of the athletes. are on tap. 


irre 
gon. 


A look at the attendance figures during the last “depres- | 
sion” reveals the National League drew under 4 million for : 
five straight years—1932 through 1936 .. . The American 
League recession came for the years 1931 through 1935, 
always less than 4 million and on one occasion (1933) under 
3 million .. . It's significant that when World War II got into 
full swing in 1943, attendance again dropped in both leagues 
»~» What does it prove? ... It proves that when people 
have other things on their minds or when money is tight, 
Sports events suffer. 


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COLLEGE BASEBALL Stevens Tech 7-2 
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Williams arts 4 
ten 
Oklahoma AAM 


Newark Ene. 4-1 
Rrewn 


Amberst 5 


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Beste silege 4 


n « 
ley 146 
epert 5 
lyn College & 
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1*-10 Marshall (W. Va.) & 

Western Mad. it Johns Hepkine 

Eastern Ti. 1-4 

Nerth Central >, 


Villaneva 
Appeaiachian 
arylan 
American T 


ptewore 5 

st Careline 5 
Tiewn 
paen-Sydner if 
Crees 4 


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Wilttem and Mary 7 
Wreming 16 New Mexice % 
Yale 5 Harve 
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Quantice 15 Little Creek ®& 


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olerade : 
Dubeque 13 Reckferd ¢ 
ity Keneas State 4% | 

lewa 3) 

Idahe State 8). | 
LACROSSE 
Wash.-Lee 


5 

enn 6 

, Lafayette 6 
CCNY 

4 

5 


COLLEGE 
Baltimer 

Joseph's (Pa.) 2S 

Kansas 

Wakefield Mich 

Ransas St 

Cenmercticat 3.5 


7 
2°: oS u®es 


ehns Heopkina & Navy 

Hepkins Freshmen 15 Navy Piebes 
Marviand Arm o 
Massachusetts 5 New gogiand 4) 
New Hampshire 16 illiams 
ee is Cernell 


Northwestern 6-4 
Bowling Green @ 
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7 Stewens 11 
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s at West Virginia. wet sreunds. 


Marvard 
TENNIS 
Jersey City 
Citadel 


COLLEGE 
>: Baltimere Levela 6 
Chartlesten 
Colgate 5 
eorwic Georgetown Fr. 9 


Dartmeuth 
Western High 


Laneas State 
esther 4 


Bailey Runs fs 
Mile in 4:06.4 


EUGENE, Ore., May 12 * 
Jim Bailey, the Australian 
who cracked the 4-minute 
mile in beating John Landy 
last week, found little opposi- n 
tion today, and breezed to the <f¥* Pe™* & 

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Bailey, running for the Uni- Hin 1%. Woodberry "qos. Rete 
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ton State clung doggedly to 
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|Navy 9& 
| Navy Plebes 7 
ern 
Lenden Fich 
St. Johns (Brkn.) 
Ussings 5 Del» 


iyeming 5 New Mexieq, 
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THE WASHINGTON POST 
and TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, May 15, 1956 . 


C4 eene 


——— 


YANKEES—Fr. P. C-I 
Ferrarese 
Loses Out on 


No-Hitter 
0 feet in the air. Ferrarese 


fielded it halfway towards 


s@cond base and slipped as he 


Made a bouncing throw to first. | 


It was very doubtful if he could | 
have caught Carey with a better 
throw 


Ferrarese, who had fanned 13 
Indians and lost 2-1 to Cleve- 
land a week ago in his first start 
in the big leagues, then struck-| 
out pinchhitter Billy Martin.| 
Hank Bauer followed with a 
bloop hit over third and Carey 
went to second 

It looked like a spot for the 
oy a to blow sky high, 

ut he held tight control of his) 
nerves and pitched himself off 
the spot. | 


Ferrarese Singles 


He got pinch-hitter Don Lar-| 
sen on a foul snd Mickey Man-| 
tle, the league's leading hitter, 
on a fly to centerfielder Chuck) 
Diering. 

The Orioles scored their only! 
run in the seventh on a walk 
to Diering, a double inside the 
first base line by former Yan- 
kee Willie Miranda, and Fer- 
rarese’s slashing single past 
second baseman Bobby Rich- 
ardson which scored Diering 
from third. 

Farrarese fanned 
walked one (Turley in the 
third) and hit Gil McDougald 
in the fifth. Turley was rubbed 
out on a final out force and 
~ otra was nabbed steal- 
ng 


> 
. . > * > . > 


eight 


BUT HE'S 


SAFE—Pitcher Bill Harrison of Georgetown 
slides inte home plate on a home run to deep center field 
in yesterday's game with Maryland on Medical Field. Bill | 


record 1-1 
non-winner 


It 
while 


made Don's 
Turley, a 
dropped his second decision 
mine and walked six 
Baltimore manager Paul 
Richards was ejected in the 
" minth by Umpire Charley Berry 
for protesting a ball call on 
Larsen in the ninth 
The whitewash ended a streak | 
of 96-nonshoutout games for 
the hard-hitting Yankees 


W-L Crew by 


George Washington Hien | 
School's varsity eight crew did 
4 it again yesterday. 

° For the fourth consecutive 
6 Saturday the Alexandria Presi- 
| dents defeated arch rival Wash- 
)| ington-Lee of Arlington. 

i; The President's won by a 
. half length and led all the way 
tru tf , in a race for the Princeton 

BBiruck oot as glickacdean 9th ~ Alumni Cup as part of yester- 
Baltimore 00% 909 | 00 | day's Sprint Regatta program 
pew York 000 600—@ on the Potomac River off Hains 

rin, E~- 
bp = 5 ~ ‘- McDougaid 


RBI—Ferra oint 
SB——Prar i 
ald. Richardson and saewres 


—“2O4-90000NnF 
Ow BY OS - 10 


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ie. The George Washington Uni- 
timiore. &. New ‘York ie" versity Rowing Club, rowing 
a i: for the first time in the history 
1.) of the school, finished third in 
; ‘this race, five lengths back. 
George Washington now has 
jwon the 4-yearold Princeton 
Alumni Cup all four times. The} 
'Presidents where timed in| 
5°15.2 minutes. W-L. covered’ 
the mile in 5:17.4, while GWU) 
finished in 5:37.1. 


B 
Ferrarese. a 
Fr perrar ese. O Tur- 


iT 
Perrerese oe 


Hone ch ick Napp 
9854 


Bobby Brocato 
Defeats Bezaha 
For the third consecutive’ 


In Tanforan Race week and for the third year in 


a row Washington-Lee made up| 

SAN BRUNO, Calif, May 12 \for its loss in the varsity eight 

”|-— Bobby Brocato, the na/race by winning the varsity 

tion's outstanding handicap/four event by a comfortable 
horse of the season, today won|3% lengths. 


the $35,000 added Tanforan’' 


Handicap, setting a new track! was timed in 5:30; GW, 4:40.7. | 
record for the mile and one! The two schools will row) 
eighth. His time was 1.474/5.\again next weekend in the 

Heavily favored at the mu- Stotesbury Cup races for East- 
tuel wickets, Bobby paid enly|*™ high schools in Philadel- 
$2.50 to win and $2.10 both to|Phia. GW is expected to be 
place and show Bezaha re.| seeded No. | for the varsity | 
turned $2.70 and $2.20 and Gip-|@#ght feature. | 
sy Rose. paid $2.70. Prior to the high school 

Trainer Willie Molter an-| races, oarsmen from area boat | 
nounced affer the race he wil]|clubs and some Olympic hope- 
send Bobby postward in the ful collegians put on a demon 
$100,000 Californian at Holly. stration in the different types 
wood Park in two weeks. Swaps °f shells used in the eight 
also is expected to go in that Olympic rowing events.—Martie 
race. |Z d. 


’ 


= cw Defeats Hoyas 
In Tennis, 8 to 1 | 


\Georgetown, 8&1, in tennis to-| 
day at GW 

Georgetown's only victory 
came in the No. 1 singles in 
which Tony Valenti defeated 
Jack Tarr 6—3, 7—5. GW ended | 
its season with a 103 record 
while the Hoyas finished wits) 
an 85 mark 


Valenti (G) 
Reppepert ‘G 
o— 1 o—1. 


efeated Tarr. 6—3. 7—‘5 
) e 


Met impee,y. : 
detes O'Connell, 6—6 


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you when you tell her 
you're giving up your game 
in favor of a very special 
brunch” or dinner in the 
Golden Steer Room. But 
why not try it... . just this 
once? Tell her your plan 
right now. You'll both feel 
awfully good about it 


land. 6—7 abd 
and Tarr 1aW) 4 pveee 


6é—3. a | e 
w , deteahed Se ~ oh 
| O'Cennell, 8; et 


u a 
Debynas (GW) ietrated MeGimpeseey 
| Corase. 4 


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noticeable lead. 


away from Princeton, 


| De rimouth. 


ey. : ROWING—Fm. Pg. C-1 
with a five hitter Turley fanned GW Defeats 


| 


Harrison Pitches, Bats Hoyas Over Maryland, 4-2 


By Henry Rohland. Sef! Photographer 
Moore, Maryland catcher, covers the plate with the ball in 
his glove. Umpire Bob Oliveri called Harrison safe. Harri- 
son's personal feats carried the Hoyas to a 42 victory. 


Cornell Upsets Yale 


year. The Big Red netted 18 
points with its two victories, 
‘the same number of points it 
garnered last spring with a tri- 
umph in the jayvee race and a 
second in the varsity and fresh- 
man events. 

Other Rowe Cup points: Yale, 
10; Navy and Penn, 8 each and 
Princeton, 1. 

The feature started out as if 
it was going to be a six-boat 
affair. All six seeded crews 

qualified for the final and they 
joned in a bunch for the first 
quarter m®,. 

Yale was the first to take a 
In the second 
500 yards of the race, Yale lost 
the lead to Princeton. Then 


7 


Veterans There 


A contingent of convalesc- 
ing veterans from the Naval 
Hospital at Bethesda and the 
Army Hospital at Walter 
Reed witnessed yesterday's 
regatta off Hains Point as 
guests of The Washington 
Post and Times Herald. 


Washington-Lee led all the Cornell made a move and ww 
way in the four-oared event and over the No 1 


Tigers. 


spot from the 


With a half-mile to go, Yale 


caught Cornell and the race 


was their baby as they pulled 
Navy. 
previously unbeaten Harvard 
and Penn. 

The Cornell shell is made up 
of all but one oarsman who 
rowed the Big Red to the Inter- 
| collegiate hampionship in 
Syracuse last fall. 

The victory established Cor. 
nell as the crew to beat over 
the same distance in the Olym- 
pic trials in Syracuse, June 28 
30. It also avenged a 1‘4-length 
loss to Yale in the Carnegie 
Cup races last week 

Navy jumped into an early 


Half Length Cc rew By Six Feet 


yards old Penn, stroking a high 
36. moved out front . With one 


mile to go, Cornell moved into other shell of Navy grads by 


second place and it was a duel 
between Penn and Cornell the 
rest of the way. 

Penn kept its bow in front 
until the final three strokes 
when top-seeded Cornell pulled 
its bow into a four-foot lead. 

That was the margin of vic- 
tory and enabled the Big Red 
to sucessfully defend its Jay- 
vee title and retain the Rich- 
ard Glendon Tro 

Cornell's time was 6:15.9 
Penn's 6:16.3. Navy was third, 
less than a length behind the 
winner in 6:19.8. Princeton, Yale 
and MIT were bunched more 
than two lengths behind Navy 
and finished in that order. 

The Freshman race, in which 
the judges had a difficult time 
deciding the winner, was the 
most exciting. The Navy plebes 
led all the way. 

With 500 yards to go, Yale) 
passed Princeton and moved! 
into second place, one-half) 
length behind the Middies. 

As they spurted for the wire, 
Yale and the Plebes upped their 
stroke from 32-38. Yale was 
getting the best of it as the two 
shells crossed the finish line. 

Yale had more power left in 
its strokes, but the late rush was 
started a stroke or two too late. 
Princeton was third and Penn 
fourth. Navy's time was 6:35 
and Yale, 6:35.7 minutes. 

After the eight morning trial 
heats, the officials of the East- 
ern Association of Rowing Col- 
leges had just reason to 
proud of their seeded selections 

Sixteen of the 18 seeded 
crews qualified. All six varsity 
and six Jayvee seeded shells 
made the finals 

Dartmouth and Harvard were 
the surprise Frosh crews. Har- 
vard finished fifth in the Fresh- 
man final and Dartmouth sixth. 
but it marked the first time a 
crew from Dartmouth competed 


lead in the Junior Varsity event in a final event in the Eastern 
George Washington defeated but before the race was 300 Sprints. 


Regatta Summaries 


Summaries of trials and finals in the Eastern Sprint 
Rewing Championships here yesterday (with boatings of 
first three crews in varsity race): 


Morning Trials 


PRESHMAN 
(Piret three in each —_ eg 
HEAT ONE—1. Vale, 6:38 aN 
6.4; 3. Dartmouth. 6.45.3; 4. M 
4! 5. Syracuse. 6:51.1; 


Princeten. 
Harvard. 


$7.8 
52a; 
03.4 


HEAT TWO—1. 4 
Pr 1 & ” 
5. 7: 


JUNIOR VARSITY 

(Piret twe in each beat qualified) 
BEAT one. Cornell, 
wt T.. 7200.3: &: Harvard 


» 


7:10.45. 

7:°et; 3. Reteers. 7:7 
7:28.4: 6. Wisecensin 
BEAT. THREE—| Yale 
Peon. 6:38.72 % Seracese 
Columbis, 6 519 


i, 
74.1 
6:35.98) 
41.1; 


ten. 
t 


VARSITY 


‘Piret twe tn cach beat eualified) 
= AT ONE—I!. Yale : 73.4; 2 
3. Reteers. 6:41.95; 4 
é: a 2 5. Cotembia. 6: Me. 
HEAT Fes, Cerneti, 
’ 5. Dartmeoeth. 
Sleds. 


HEAT THEREL—1!, 
t. Harwerd. 6:35.32; 
i. Besten U.. 6 ba. 


6:7? 
Ps a tm 
= & Be 


6. BRS : 


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3. Diek 
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Penn. Chap 
Sy racuse. Phil 


Nats vs. Boston 
Today 2 P.M. 


Griffith Stadium 


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cedeittez, Greene’, Host. Be 


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iron steer BN Cernetl. 6 var 
6:29.4; cornell: 


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; Grit- 
4; Ne. *. see at 
. a van 


Wiss: Ne. 6. Leon 
meen: Ceram, Jehn 
Cexsw 


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Joh: 


Dick Phin 


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a. Ne. 4 
Williom Schumachér. 
7 Gooree Ford 
an 


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Admirals 


‘of victory. 


6 tories from 1952-55. 


game at A. U. yesterda 
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ate 


fn 
HEAT TWO—!. Nawy. 6:54; 2 Prince. “tok and Meri 


————_ 


~~ 
| es 


. — > 


By 4to3 


Navy Loses 
In Ninth to 
Penn State 


Catholic U. Wins 


From Baltimore 


| A walk with the bases loaded 
}in the bottom of the 11th inning 
handed Catholic University @ 
5-4 victory over Baltimore Uni 
lversity in a Mason-Dixon Con 
ference baseball game at C. U, 
yesterday. 

Bo Eibner, third Baltimore 
pitcher of the hectic final i» 
ning, walked Jack Daly to force 
in Jim Shrode with the winning 
run after the bees had appar 
ently wrapped the game up in 
the top half of the inning with 
two runs on two singles 
a two base error. 


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Senior Fans | 


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Bill Harrison, Georgetown STATE COLLEGE, Pa. May, 
University captain, wound up 12—Penn State bunched three 
his college baseball career as of its five hits into a two-run 
he pitched and batted George- ninth inning rally and defeated 
town to a 42 victory over Mary-| Navy's baseball team, 43, here 
land oe at Georgetown’s today. 
Medical Fiel It was Penn State's eighth 

Harrison allowed seven hits, consecutive victory and its 13th 
struck out six and hit a two-run in 15 games this season. 
homer in the fourth inning Navy's Dick Smith pitched 


Maryland scored first when shut out ball until the seventh 
Third Baseman Dewitt Hahn inning when he walked three 
led off the third inning with a Nittany Lions and was relieved 
triple and scored on Shortstopiby Duane Greenhoe. Penn 
Andy McDonald's single. Stale scored once in the sev- 


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Georgetown went ahead in enth and tied the game in the 
the fourth when Shortstop'eighth after Navy took a 20 
Frank Vailgenti walked and jead in the third 
came home on _ Harrison’s; Left Ed Drapecho gave up 
homer over the centerfielder’s only three hits as he made 
head. Navy his sixth victim of the 

Hahn, who led Maryland with season in seven decisions. He 
a triple and two singles in five struck out eight and walked 
trips to the plate, also figured two. Bob McMullen. Jim Lock-| 
a A. poy Ri BE erman and Steve Brady singled 

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lead off the seventh, was sacri- 4. o nint® ‘aning payee relly. 
ficed to second base and scored Peas State 000 e008 1124 5 
on Hahn's single. mith. Greenhee (7) and Eaton: Dra- 

Georgetown scored the win- penche and. Stickle 
ning run in the seventh inning 


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30 ) Bobby Green of Duke lived up 
to his top-seeded billing today) 
by chopping down Don Thomp- 
son of North Carolina for the 
Atlantic Coast Conference ten- 
nis crown | 
| Greene's victory gave Duke 
its first tennis champion out of 
g Ty ae "Bey. 22 Southern Conference and 
4 pala: “Hann . larzison 2 two Atlantic Coast Conference 
eae tournaments. The methodical 
- aime? ar. Senior from Palm Beach, Fia., 
¢-2. \ whipped Thompson, 6—2, 6—2, 
6—0, in the championship ‘finals 
of the third annual ACC tour-! 
ney. Thompson was ranked! 
third in tournament seedings. | 
Second-seeded Tommy Brad- 
ford and John Foster of North 
ANNAPOLIS, Md., May 12 * Carolina took the doubles cham- 
a — + - pot Ww qx pionship in a hard fought finals 
ig cnool oO riington, Va..;match with another North Caro- 
six feet in a special race on the 4, "si. nits today as the Navy lina team, Thompson and Pete 
Eastern Sprint Regatta pro-\Plebes baseball team took ad-'Green. The scores were 6—4, 
gram off Hains Point yester- vantage of 13 walks and 8 Wake-'2—6, 6—2, and 7—5. | 
‘field errors for a 13-3 victory. 
The Admirals were timed in| The Plebes scored four runs 
6:22.5 for the 2000-meter Olym-'in the second when catcher 
pic distance course. The second John Mascali hit a grand slam 
Navy shell was timed in 6:23.5, home run. 
but was allowed a 105 second | gaa 
handicap at the start of the Piebdes 
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feature varsity final of the 
Eastern Sprints posted a bet- 
ter time than the Admirals. 
Corneil won in 6:10, and Yale 
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above 6:20. However, the wind) ANNAPOLIS, Md. May 12 
was stronger and the water \—Navy dinghy skippers won 
much rougher when the Ad-|¢iéht out of 12 first places today 
mirals rowed. to take the lead over eight 
The Admirals had a hard other schools in first round 
time making up the handicap|COMpetition of the Middle At- 
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of the race were sailors from the Merchant 
As the Admirals kicked at Marine Academy at King's 
the finish they demonstrated Point who rolled up 85 points 
the smooth rhythm and power to Navy's 93. Next came Stevens 
that carried them to victory in with 82, Princeton with 80 and 
Helsinki, Finland in 1952 ‘and George Washington and Haver-) 
to a total of 31 consecutive vic- ford with 76 each 
Navy shippers scored three! 
Their performance was a lot firsts in class A and five in 
better than it was in two pre-|class B in today’s six race card 
vious races they had since re-\on the two-mile Severn River 
grouping in February. The de-\course. Other firsts went to 
fending world champs still have Stevens, George Washington 
six weeks before their big test|and Princeton in class A and 
in Olympic Trials in Syracuse,’ Kings Point in class B 
June 28-30. Standings at the end of the 
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Howard Wins Over 
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OXFORD, Pa... May 12—How- 
iD University of Washington, 
. C.. seored two runs in the 
ninth inning on three errors to 
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y Maury Fitzgerald : 


Jennings (Jay) Randolph Jr., portly Egyptian amateur cham- 
pion, is at Troon where on May 28 the 2l-yearold Washing- 
tonian begins a campaign for the British amateur champion- 
ship ... “Jayboy,” as he is affectionately called by his fellow- 


members at Bethesda Country Club, 
plays Charies Galbreath, a Texan, in 
the first round of the British champi- | ~ 


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American, is the defending champion |, 
.. . According to Al Houghton, the 
National PGA's annua] winter meet- 
ing will be held in December at Dune- 


din, Fila. instead of Long 


Calif., as originally planned ... The | 


Beach, | 


PGA makes its permanent home at | 
Dunedin in August .. . The Prince 
Georges pro, national PGA vice presi- 
dent, leaves today for Chicago where 
on Monday he will attend an executive 
committee meeting. The appointment 


of tournament commissioner will be 
discussed .. . The name of a promi- 


Fitzgerald 


nent general, still in service, is being 

whispered around as the man for the job... The April 
issue of “Golf In Egypt,” official magazine of the Egyptian 
Golf Federation, includes a fine article on Jay Randolph's 


victory in the Egyptian championship .. 


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clubs Fort Meade beat on the ‘ 


way to the Maryland State 
eam. championship final 

plained about the disad- 
vantage of playing rough 
greens on the service clubs 
new course... But today 
Manor Club, Fost Meade’s op- 
ponent in the championship 
final, claims an equalizer in 
the woods that 


menacingly | 


line the fairways of the Nor- | 
Md., club's front nine | 


: .« Two important tourna 


Congressional’s mem ber- 
guest — are this week's main 
‘attractions ... The Keefer, 
a women's 36-hole medal play 
event, will be played Wednes- 


Grubb, Lohren 


Team Well at 
Belle Haven 


By Maury Fitzgerald 
Staff! Reporter 


Johnny Grubb and Car! Loh- 


nte+the Keefer Cup and | Spring . . . 


. Most of the 


| |Louis Open with a 54-hole score | 


day and Thursday at Chevy 
Chase ... Wednesday is also 

beginning of Congres- 
sional’s tournament, which 
ends on Sunday. 


BRUCE THRUSHER, for- 
mer Woodmont assistant pro, 
has been signed to help Mel 
Shorey and Bobby Bowers 
with the teaching at Indian 
Mrs. Lou. Horo- 
witz is beginning to believe 
she owns the 12th hole at 
Norbeck ...In her last four 
rounds, Mrs. Horowitz has 
had four straight birdies on 
the 154-yard par three hole 
..» Brick Wood, Washington 
Golf and Country Club's 
handicapper, emptied Cliff 
Hunt's kets the other day 
with a but was still a very 


| unhappy man... On the 18th 


green, Brick missed a two- 
foot putt for a 67 that would 
have given him his lowest 
round ever ... Mrs. John K. 
Barry is a never - ending 
source of amazement to the 
golf shop at Columbia Coun- 
try Club . “Why,” ex- 
claimed Set Collinge the 


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n St. Louis Open, 205 “22” 


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At White Sulphur 
Ed Oliver 


Bill Casper 
Trails by Shoots 64, 
One Stroke [Fakes Lead _ 


| : 
ST. LOUIS, May 12 ®—Dow| WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, 
Finsterwald, up-andcoming,W. Va.. May 12 #—Roly poly 
jyouthfut Ohio pro, jumped back, Ed. Oliver finished in a whirl of | 
into undisputed possession of ‘three birdies to roll into the 
‘first place today at the three- | third round lead of the White 
‘quarter mark in the $25,000 St./ Sulphur Springs Open today by 
shooting 64, six strokes better 

of 205, 11 under par. than par. 
But the 26-year-old from! ,/t was the best round so far 
Bedford Heights, who turned |! the tournament and gave the 
veteran pro now playing out of 


professional in 1952, has a hot: 
The Leaders: 


field of six bunched at his 

heels within four strokes of his 

pace-setting figure. la Otlver. i 
Finsterwald toured the 6277-'™ 

yard Sunset Country Club) 

course in three-under-par 69 on. 

his third round to put with) 

earlier sub-par scores of 65 and 4! 

71. 


Casper Second 


Just one stroke back at 206 
is Bill Casper Jr. of Chula Vista, |te 


ry , 
Calif., who rammed home eight oGee veewe 
birdies for a 68 after two earlier | ‘i °. ) 
rounds of 69. He's pleyed |Lew w ne Veee 


steady golf throughout the) 


Two Washington, D. C. 
Association 50 


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stadium. The first game starts 
at I p. m. and the nightcap is 
at 3 p. m. 

Buses will leave 
front of Sears and 
Northeast store at ll a. 
For further information and 


reservation call Mr. H 
Heise at Johnson 8-8873. 7 


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prize. Oliver holds a two-stroke ad-| 
| Stan Leonard, 40-year-old Ca-|\vantage over Sam Snead, the 
nadian veteran, who was tied| host pro, who had come in ear- 
with Finsterwald at the half-|lier with a 66. 

‘way point, carded a one-under-| Mike Fetchick of Yonkers, 
‘71, but with it fell into a third-|N. Y., who started the round 
\place tie with Billy Maxwell three strokes ahead of Oliver 
‘of Odessa, Tex., whose 68 also|and Snead, had to scramble to 
gave him a 54hole score of| equal par 70 and wound up ina 
207. tle for third with Vic Ghezzi of 
‘Inwood, N. Y., at 203. Ghezzi 
‘Thompson Fires 66 [shot his second straight 67. 

Ed Furgol, St. Louis’ former) Jack Isaacs of Langley Field, 
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clown at times but a perennial 
threat, started and finished 
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first five holes on the Old 
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Fetchick got stung by a bee 
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Fred McNair, \Jerry Footer, 
Floyd Gain |Mensh Lose 
Semifinals (At Woodmont 


Top seeded Fred McNair and| Sol Grossberg and Gordon! 


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other day, “she practiced and 
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Fup junior, and Lohren, an 18- a —, yt ~ —_ the 
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Frank Mailley of Court House. | Billy Wolfe, youthful teaching 
and Ashley Briggs, Hampton,| PT° 2t Glenbrook, asked his 
Va., in the morning round, 3 caddie during the recent Mid- 
and 2. dle Atlantic PGA pro-amateur 

In the afternoon the two at Court House if it was all 
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SCIENTISTS and ENGINEERS 


Jankowski and Roger 


Abrams defeated Dr. 


Bre of Prince Georges, 4 
nd 2. 


Play Eley, Wernli 


In this mornings semifinals, 
Grubb and Lohren take on Cliff 
ow Col. Jim Wernli of the 


Academy Club. Wernli 


Eley perpetrated the sec- 


biggest upset of the day in| 


Billy hit a screamer that 
struck the pin in flight as 
the caddie in the foursome 
ahead was holding it... He 
chipped in for an eagle two 

coe Redman, 6 foot, 
2, 185-pound No. 1 man on 
Anacostia High School's golf 
team, hit. the green with a 
tremendous wood shot on the 


. Jerry 
No. 2 seeded Donald Floyd each| Abrams defeated |= Dr. | J 4 
|won two matches yesterday and 


| 4 and 2, yesterday in the Adilai| 
gained the semifinals of the Mann four-ball tournament 
third annual District of Colum- 


matches at Woodmont. 
bia Commissioners Invitational 


In other quarterfinal 
matches, Dr. Blaine Eig and 
Men's Singles Tennis tourna his brother Buddy beat Jerry 
ment at Rock Creek courts. | Freedman and Ig Cantor, 2 and| 
| MeNair defeated Bob Davis, 


1, and Lou Gorin and Archie' 


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THE FORMATION OF ITS 


inating Mike Jankowski 

Gil Willett, l-up, in a sec- 
ond round match. | 
* Eley, who went to the fourth) 
und of last year’s National 
ateur at Richmond, and 
ernili gained the edge on the 
with a par and halved the 


eenth. Willett birdied the 
lith and 12th holes in suc- 
but couldn't win a hole. 


In the other simifinal it will | 
be host club champ Joe LaSalle | 
and Heywood Nelms, Farming- 
ton Country Club, Charlottes- 
ville, Va.. against Bob Martino 
and Frank Clark of Argyle. 

LaSalle nad Nelms were re- 
sponsible for the biggest upset 
of the day, a 19-hole victory 
over Lt. Miller Barber, two- 
time Arkansas amateur cham- 
pion, and Maj. Joe Worthing-| 
ton, Meadowbrook, L. |. 


Extra-Hole Match 


LaSalle and Nelms were) 
dormie coming to the last hole 
but lost the 18th to a par to! 
send the match into extra holes.| 
At the 19th, Barber, a big hit-' 
ter, tried to drive over the! 

teh that stretched across the 
fairwsy some 280 from the tee, 

t plunked his ball in the 
water. 

" Nelms needed a four-foot| 
tt for a birdie but didn’t have) 


Zinnamon eliminated Jack’ 
Jafie and Richard Ehrlich,’ 
2 and 1. 

Alex Chase and Warren 
Krick ousted Joe Danzansky’ 
and Jack Friedlander, 2 and 1, 
in a first-round match. 


6—1, 6—3, and Lindy Kehoe, 
&—2, 6—4. Floyd beat Edgar 
‘Lee, 6—1, 6—3, and Tom Cundy 
of Quantico, 7—5, 6—1. 
Emerging as the tourney 
darkhorse was Bill Demas of 
Quantico. Demas defeated Al- 
phonso Smith, 6—4, 7—5, and 
‘Al Talkin, 6—1, 6—4 | 
Demas challenges McNair on 
the 16th and Kennedy st. courts 
at 10 a. m. Floyd meets Charies| 
‘Masterson in the other semi-| 
final at 10 a..m. The final match| 
\will be played at 3 p. m. 
FIRST ROUND: Fre@ MeNair de- 
Reb Davis, 6—1. 6—3. Lindy 
Stantey Hembeach, 
—h. Al Talkin defeated 
i) 6&3. Be 
mith 6—.. 
Gefested Ealoh 
6—4. 6—!. Denald, 
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500-yard 18th hole at Court- 
House in the same tourna- 
ment and.barely missed his 
putt, which would have given 
him the distinction of becom- 
ing the second player to eagle 
that hole. 


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hole sweepstakes: Robert | 
Goldstein, 78—9—69; Stanley | 
Fisher, 93—20—73; Hyman | 
Tash, 94—21—73. 
Nine-hole sweepstakes: 
Robert Goldstein, 37—5—32: 
Harry Burka, 43—10—33; Wil- 
liam Starr, 47~—11—36: Leo 
Schlossberg, 46—10—36; Al- 
| vin Brown, 43—7—36: Dr. 
Harry Douglas, 44—8—36. 


KENWOOD—Mrs. Ed Fox 
and Dr. Ross Taggert won 
mixed scotch foursome with 
81—15—66. Second were | 
Mrs. Alan Laing and James 
Somes, 83—15—68. Mrs. 
Betty Meckley and Robert 
Lewis won the gross prize 
with 78. 


GREAT BRITAIN’'S Henry 
Cotton, now playing at White 
Sulphur Springs in Sammy 
Snead’s tournament, says golf 
no longer is a game for the 
“popcorn-ball” hitter ... “The 
accent,” he says, “is entirely 
on power.” ... Five months 
ago a heart condition put 
Myer Gildenhorn on the 
shelf ... The other day at 
Norbeck, Gildenhorn decided 
to give the game another | 
chance and Lou Chelec bet 
him a watch he wouldn't get 
a par... He collected his 
bet on ‘The very first hole... 
Don Murphy repeated as 
champion in Arlington Coun- 
ty's Chamber of Commerce 
tournament with a 75 at 
Washington ... Tom Shenk 
got an eagle on the 345-yard 
15th hole at Argyle, using a 
drive and a Giron... He was 
playing with Line Johnson 
against Bill August and San- 
dy McFarlain ... Peter Trou- 
chaud hit a drive over the 

make the try when Barber) fence on Kenwood'’s fourth 
and Worthington both took) hole and stood by as a paint- 
sixes and conceded the hole. | er climbed down from, one of 

Martino and Clark eliminated) the new houses nearby, 
Roger Horton, Belle Haven, and) picked up the ball and 
Tracy Mehr, Bethesda Naval, climbed back without as 
3 and 2, in the forenoon first) much as a backwatd glance 
round and ousted Buddy Shar-| . .- Charlie Schalestock, Nor- 
key and Larry Murphy of Ken-| beck Country Club course 
wood, l-up, in the afternoon. | superintendent who doctors 

FIRST ROUND | said would beb ed-ridden for 
Werthingten. Meadowbrook.) at least another year when 
Lt, Miller Barber, Shermas-|\ he became illl ast winter, has 
not only beaten the rap but 
played his first nine holes 
last Tuesday and had 43. 


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would be practicing football ... Jimmy Johnson, assistant to sic aman. 
Rosecroft President John Miller, has things humming at the Evening & Bridal 
race track under the stars where the harness horse lovers and 
the gourmets are about to set an attendance record . . . Brook- 
lyn fans, with the Dodgers in fourth place, are alarmed by 
the sudden suspicion that too many of their favorites are grow- 
ing too old ., . Of the 9000 men who have played major league 
a fier | baseball since its inception, 65 per cent have been right-handed 
hitters, Baseball Encyclopedia reports ... The owners of Golf | 
Ace and Come On Red, who on Feb. 15 could have nominated 
their horses to the Preakness for $50, are now paying a $7500 
supplemental fee for the privilege, proving the adage that it 
pays to be punctual... The Yankees set some kind of a rec- 
ord when they hit home runs in 19 of their first 20 games of 
the season . . . Cleveland, criticized for giving up too much 
power when it traded Larry Doby to the White Sox, is laugh- 
ing. Jim Busby, obtained from the Sox has hit three homers 
for sgovetand, Doby none for Chicago. 


Republic Aviation is proud to announce the formation of the Scientific Re- 
search Staff, concentrating all company-wide fundamental research in one 
central group...broadening and deepening the scope of its theoretical and 
experimental investigations. 
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The company counts itself fortunate in obtaining the services of Dr. Theodore 
Theodorsen, discoverer of many basic aerophysical principles, as Director of 
its Scientific Research Staff. This group is charged with: 


Candy. 1—5. 6—1 
Channing, 6—0, 6—4 


Blum Defeats 
Sanders, 1-Up 


ATLANTA, May 12 ®—Ar-! 
nold Blum, a cool customer) 
from Macon, Ga., outsteadied 
young Doug Sanders today and 
won his second Southern Ama-| 
teur golf championship, 1l-up. 

Sanders twice fought from 
behind to square the count 
against the machine-like Blum | 
but never was able to go ahead 
of the 34yearold veteran. He 
squared it for the last time by 


sinking a 15-foot birdie putt on. 84-12-72, Max Bresler 104-32- | 


the 34th hole. He made his one! 79 [Leonard Blondes 102-30- 
bad shot of the afternoon on 79 


ithe short 35th hole when his|—— 
tee shot faded into the trap. He! 
blasted out long, took his only) 
bogey of the afternoon and lost) 
‘to Blum's par. 


“concentrating all fundamental research, from whatever source, 
that is vital to the continued growth of aeronautics... recom- 
mending basic theoretical and experimental approaches and 
their efficient execution, working on the solution of advanced 
research and development in aerophysics, as applied to possible 
new aircraft and.uses.” 


WESTBRAIR—Jack Sayers | 
had low net, 72, in the first 
flight in the Bureau of Yards 
of Docks first spring tourna- 
ment. Commdr. H. L. Mur- 
phy had a net 74 in the second 
flight. 

Bob Bellamy, Earl Corliss, | 
Leland Bengtson and Otis | 
Hudson tied in the third flight | 
with 75. 


NOBBECK — Blind bogey | 
tournament winners: Milton | 
Davis 94-22-72, Stan Hayman | 


The best available talent that can be brought together from both inside and 
outside the company, is now actively being assembled. Scientists and engineers 
already eminent in their respective spheres, can find important roles on this 
program..A group of younger men will assist them. Close contact with 
Government and industrial research institutions and the full facilities of 
Republic Aviation will be at their disposal. 


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engineers specializing in: | 
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AERODYNAMICS 
THERMODYNAMICS 
FLUTTER AND VIBRATION INSTRUMENTS 
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Physical Research of NACA at Langicy Field 1929-1946; originator of 
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Lions Get Early Start 
DETROIT, May 12 #—The 

Detroit Lions professional foot- 

ball team. will begin its home 


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Defending Champ VMI Third 


VPI Captures Southern 


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Title; Davidson Second 


BLACKSBURG, Va.. 
but four events here today to 
Southern Conference track and 


May 12 ®—Virginia Tech scored in all 


defeat eight rivals in the 33d 
field championships. | 


Tech scored 59% points to 44 for runner-up Davidson which 


came up with the meet’s only 
in the 100-yard dash and broad 
shot and discus. 


double winners—Paul Koonce] 
jump, and Bill Gramley in the | 


Defending champion Virginia Military Institute, weakened by 


injuries this season, was third 


Roanoke Wins 
Mason-Dixon | 


Track Title 


BALTIMORE, May - 
Track-minded Roanoke College 
won six championships today to 
retain its Mason-Dixon Confer- 
ence track and field crown 

The Virginians compiled 63 
points in the 2lst annual cham- 
pionships on the Johns Hopkins 
campus and broke two records 
Five others fell by the wayside 
in two-day competition. 


Hurdler Dave Foltz of Roa- 
noke cracked two records, nego- 
tiating the 220-yard low 
in 24.2 to better the old mar 
by eight-tenths of a second and 
the 120-yard high hurdles in 
15.1. 


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Runnerup spot in the team) 
competition went to Catholic 
University with 37 points. The 
Washington squad took four 
firsts and had two-record break- 
ing performances 

The Catholic mile relay team 
set a new record of 3 minutes 
22.3 seconds while barely nosing 
out Roanoke’s mile relay run- 
ners. Catholic’s other mark 
came in the 220-yard dash when 
John Leibert was clocked at 21.3 
seconds, five-tenths better than 
the old mark 

Hopkins finished third with 
22 points. Other teams scores 
were Hampden-Sydney, 20%; 
Lynchburg, 15%; Randolph- 
Macon, 13%: Loyola, 12; West-) 
ern Maryland, 8; Bridgewater, 
6%: Mount St. Marys, 4; Tow- 
son State, 3; and Washington 
College and American Univer- 
sity, 2 each 

1001. Letbert. Catholic 
Keone. Levels: 3. Jarrett, 

?te—1, ~ 5 t. MeKenna; 3, Math- 


Cathelic U.. 21.3, 
ews, Ca Evises, CU: 2 Light, Rean- 


: 4. Ley. He kins $9.3. 


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lake. BReaneke: 7. 
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Turkey Thicket 


Wins, Takes First | 


In Parks Tennis 
Surprising Turkey 


feating Arlington, 60, yester- 
day at Potomac Park courts. 
Turkey Thicket is unbeaten in 
two starts. 

Turkey Thicket's 
defeated Arlington's Fred 
seer. 4—6, 6—1, 6—2, in the) . 
singles match. Arlington | 

s favored but played without. 
its top three players, Donald ys 
Floyd, Steve Potts and Eqd|™ 
Richardson. 

*Takoma 
town, 40, and gained a second 


pace tie with Banneker. In fea-| i, 
ured matches, Russ Cooley de-| #9”: VMI 
feated Bill Duggan in singles, | Johnson 


; 61, and Cooley and); 
Dave Grossnickle beat Cam' 
Murchison and Andre Zerega, 
6—1, 4—6, 6—4, in doubles. 


Joe Lynch Honored 


Past president Joe Lynch,|¢ 
newly appointed general man- 
ager of the Baltimore Harness 
Raceway, will be honored by 
the Touchdown Club at a party 
tomorrow, 6 p. m. 


dashmen. 


2. Gibeen 


Bompdce- | 


Thicket 
took over first place in the Pub- 
lic Parks Tennis League by de-| 


| 
Bill Thaler 


defeated eu! 


with 36%, barely beating out 
Richmond's 36. 

William and Mary, the team 
that’s on the spot with the AAU 
for placing runners in a meet 
against Wes Santee, compiled 
27 points. 

West 16, 


Virginia scored 


while Furman trailed with 14%. 


The Citadel salvaged one point 
and Washington and Lee was 
shut out. George Washington 
was not entered. 

West Virginia sophomore 
Dave Tork broke the only rec- 
ord, pole vaulting 13 feet, 10% 
inches to erase the 28-year-old 
mark of Clemson's O'Dell. 

Four athletes retained titles 
they won in 1955, and two de- 
fending champs were unseated 

Koonce repeated in the 100- 
yard dash but finished third in 
the 220. Tech's Charles Cat- 

. last year’s two-mile king, 

behind William| 

and Mary freshman Bob De- 

tombe who won in 10 minutes, 
three-tenths seconds. 

Other repeaters besides 
Koonce were Dick Arnold of 


Tech in the 440, Bob Wingfield 
of Tech in the 880, 


and Pete 
Ashcraft of Davidson in the 


mile. 


One of the conference's top 
Walt Fillman of Wil- 
liam and Mary, pulled up lame 
after 60 yards of the 100-yard 
dash and had to be scratched 
from the 220. 

The meet developed into a 
dog fight between Tech. and 
Davidson until the Wildcats 
bogged down in the final five 
events, figuring in only one of 
them. 


162 Amateurs, 
64 Pros Play in 
Bethesda PGA | 


A record field of 54 profes-' 


| sionals and acer 162 \ers into the quarterfinal round Time, 9 32 


a Middle Atlantic PGA pro-| 


nan, amateur tournament. 


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Maryland Wins ACC reek: Sime Sets Record 


Duke Runner Capdnie Wins Six Events, 


Does 22.4 
In Hurdles 


DURHAM, N. C., May 12 P| 
Duke’s Dave Sime, pointing 


Team Title in 


BALTIMORE, May 12—Car- 
dozo of Washington, D. C., won 


ithe high school section of the 


Central Intercollegiate Athletic 
Association trick meet today at 
Morgan State College. 

Cardozo scored 39 points, 
Phelps was second with 12, Dun- 
bar and Carver of Baltimore 


Track Meet 


Ulysses McLaughlin won two 
events, the 440-yard dash in :51 
and the 220-yard low hurdles in 
the fast time of :25.5. Leo Mec- 
Garrity took the 880-yard run in 
2:02.5. 

McGarrity, Albert Shetley, 
Francis Lee and Wilson made 


~~ 


British Best 
At Cricket 


By Dick Darcey—<stafl photographer 


Cricket had its day in a 
Washington setting yester- 
day in a match between the 
British Commonwealth 
Cricket Club and Princeton 
University. 

The British won by 159 to 
46, on the Bellapais estate 
near Alexandria. 

In the above picture, the| | 
batsman is Douglas Alan de-| | 
Silva of the Ceylon embassy. 
The bowler (pitcher) is Dick 
Banyon of Princeton. The 
wicket keeper (catcher) is 
Bill Donevan of Princeton. 
The other batsman (fourth 
from left) is Capt. Syed Ah- 
san, Pakistan embassy. 

The match began at noon 
and ended at 5:30 o'clock 
with time out for lunch. 


LaSalle Wins 
Vail Regatta 


PHILADELPHIA, May 12 * 
LaSalle College of Philadelphia 
came from behind in the final 
quarter-mile today to defeat 
Rollins College in the varsity 
race of the l4th annual Dad 
Vail Regatta on the Schuylkill 
River. 

The Philadelphians pulled to 
a half length lead at the finish 
in 6:59.3 for the Henley dis 
tance of a mile and five-six- 
teenths. Rollins’ time was 
7:00.9. Amherst was third, fol-' 
lowed by Brown, the University 
of Tampa and Florida Southern, 
winner of the second heat. 

Although LaSalle had been 


considered the favorite in the . 
Kine, 


regatta, the victory came as 
somewhat of an upset. LaSalle 
finished second to Rollins in 
the first heat. 

Rollins won the junior var- 
sity race, defeating LaSalle for 
the new Rusty Callow Trophy 
named for the present Navy 
coach. The Florida boat fin- 
ished nearly a length ahead in 
7:23.53: 


Corse, 


Advance 


T 
ancy Corse and Charlotte) Merverd: 


ana led five unseeded play- 


Rain interferred with yester. 


day's scheduling and only five) Fr 
singles matches were played. [Arey 


Miss Corse defeated Margaret|* 
Tillson, 6—2, 6—0, 


Decker beat Carol Southmayd, Fase 


‘6—1, 6—O 
In other matches, Mrs. Dot 
tin, 6—1, 6—2; 


6—2, 6—2, and Anne Lane er 
Margaret Graham, 6—2, 


440 
Barbara Erdiey and Pelicis| Ward. Peter 
-\Elmer won in doubles over Vir-|5. 


58—-Bed ginia Donnelly and Jane Smith, 
6—2, 6—2. Carol Coolidge and 
Pat Hubbard won by default! 
over Marjorie Aiken and. 
reé' Nancy Bradford. 


Conference Summaries 


BLACKSBURG, Va., May 12—Summaries of the Southern 
Cenference Track and Field Championships today: 


100-YARD: 


ie Ferme 


Sowa. 


aie a wet =| 


i— i ivonce,” Ree | 


Vir 
s 


4:26.39. 


at ae 


VFL, 5 Des : 


wees eae. arg 


Pan el 


ie PETE utd 
“ae We sence.” Dav 


gta 


siiwell Wem & Nichols. | Gua 


ry Richmend: Machen. VMI; A, -— 


aM: Wam. 5. 
Sunda. ry 1% tn. 
PO B vaCLt—t, Tere wv. 


A ay PUL Theoden laf 
ail. Furman. 34 fe con. 


ta. 
opel. Clemson, in 1 
Y¥—1. Visetats a (Sees. 


| Quanties Wins 
13th Straight, 15-9 


The Quantico Marines defeated 
the Little Creek Naval Air Sta- 
tion, 15-0, for their thirteenth | 
successive baseball victory 
today. Quantico now has a 


256 record and Little Creek 
now has a 124 mark. 


0H yumr—t. Four-way tle among 


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Favorite Cornell Second 


Surprising Harvard 
Wins Heptagonal Title 


WEST POINT, N. Y., May 12 #®—Harvard, a weak sister since 
1947, flexed ite muscles today and won the Heptagonal track 
and field championship in an upset with 52.1 points. 

Beaten by 23 points by Cornell only a week ago, Harvard 
hauled down four firsts on the 16-event program. To add luster 


‘to its victory, the 
Harvard's fine performance overshadowed an iron man stun 
'by Penn's skinny Olympic candidate, Johnny Haines, who won 
ithe 100, then anchored two Quaker relay teams with just 12 “* 


Crimson ran 1-2 both in the mile and 2-mile. 


t 


minutes rest in between. The first won, the second Jost. 


was’ 
fol- 


Cornell, the favorite, 


second with 463 points, 


‘lowed by Yale with 34.3, Penn 
iwith 28 and Navy with 278 


Princeton. Army, Dartmouth, 


‘Columbia and Brown followed 


in that order. Brown was the 


‘only team that failed to score. 


Only one of Harvard's four 


victories was completely expect- 
ed. That was in the shot put in 
which defending champion Ar- 
ithur Siler got off a toss of 154 


feet 
ease. 


which Arthur 


inches to*win with 


of Bill 


92 


The other victories 


McCurdy's charges were scored 


in the mile with Phillip William 
leading home teamate Kenneth 
Wilson in 4:16.7; the 2-mile, in 
Reider passed 
fellow Crimson David Norris 
in the stretch in 9:32.8, and the 


440, won by Richard Wharton 


champion, 


Haines, the defending 
won the 


in 46.4. 


dash as he pleased in 94. 


It was the fourth champion- 


ships for Harvard. The Crim- 
son won its first two Heptago- 
nal titles in 1935 and 1936, and |}*[2sR.' 
didn’t win again until 1947. 


. AL oe Cer- 
nell, 196 feet P, se ae t. Paal agh- 
amd fi. ‘be rs A 6 ie Marvel. 
orne ; yee 7 
: Malt is, nt lace oon 
le. 1954.)) 
1. Joh Haines. 
ech. Cornell; 3. Al 
‘tre in Reve 


Pean: 4. 


Cer- 
aes 5. Nerman Breck. Harvard. Time, 
9.4 


= Buttrey defeated Nancy Mar- bite 


rry Carol Bentley | * SHOT ruT—1. Andrew Lensten, Nav 
rry Gefeated Barbara Lynch, 4—6,| ge at, hes; = 


280.YARD SUN—!I. Douslas 
Dastmesuth; t. BR. Tempest Lewry —- 
5 Cairnes. aero 


rt Sherritt, 
Beiand. Cernell: 
Va . 5. Stankey Johnsen, Army. 
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vast. 


John Gray. 
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Tie bet 
and 


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26- ia : HIGH HURDLES—I. | 
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5. Richard aul cer raell 


Navy 
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| lot erson Wins 


Tennis Title 


WILLIAMSBURG, Va., May 


12 ‘#—Thomas Jefferson High 
of Richmond won its ninth con- 


by Fat 


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‘secutive Virginia Group I scho-| 
lastic tennis championship here | 
‘tdoya by trouncing Wakefield 
; | High of Arlington, 7-2. Wake-| 
‘field, in the tournament for the); 
“first time, captured one singles 


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b b— be mer 
Ieolea Tes Tom Hoekstra 
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and Adams (TJ) 

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and Bill Hays 4-6 


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Carl Fisher Scores 


Ace at Kenwood 


Carl M. Fisher became the 
third member in a week to ace 
Kenwood Golf and Country |" 
Club’s 16l-yard sixth hole. 

Fisher, ing with A. Hin a8 
Stricker, Cochrane ani | Bet’ 


against 
Washington, 


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finished first 
today 

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track championship 
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of Hagerstown 
in nine of 14 

and easily won 


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D. C. 
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_ Today’s Events 


COLLEGE —s 

Washington. 
‘ ollie ; Newry in 
Vithsohmer ae Championship Recatta st Anne 


Geeorece 
Cath 


M vedic p Kiinnti 


AREA GOLF 


Four-ball Invitation Teerney at Belle today in EARC championship, 


«-« Princeton 


“'ord for the Henley distance 


‘\a boat length most of the way 


on. week in the Goldthwait Cup as 


toward next month's Olympic|tied for third with 10. Spingarn 
trails, broke the Conference|scored 7 points and Fairmont 
record today in the 220-yard —- 4. , 
ozo won six events an 
low hurdles and won two’... 1.3.3 in the mile with Jules 
jother events for individual j yeas Nathaniel Wilson and 
honors in the third annual At- Joe Lee finishing in that order. 
ilantic Coast Conference track ‘Time was 4:41.5. 
championships. 
| Undefeated Maryland won 
the team title with ease. | 
| A crowd of 7000, one of the 
largest ever to turn out for a 
track meet in the South, saw 
six Conference records shat- 
tered. 

Four records were set in yes- 
terday’s qualifying trials, in- 
cluding two by the fabulous 
Sime, who bettered the world's 
record in the 220-yard dash by 
one-tenth of a second. 

In capturing the team title. 
Maryland had 71 points. Duke 
was next with 3361/5, North 
'Carolina 32 9/10, Clemson 25 %. 
South Carolina 25 1/5, Virginia 
20%. North Carolina State 
87/10, and Wake Forest 5. 


| Three World Marks 


Sime, 19-year-old sophomore 
from Fair Lawn, N. J., who has 
bettered three world records 
this year, was clocked at :22.4 
in the 220-yard low hurdles 
He bettered the Conference 
record in this event yesterday 
with :23.5 and topped it again 
today 
He set a Conference record 
yesterday in the 100-yard dash 
with :09.5 and tied this today. 
Other Conference records 
which fell today were in the 
pole vault, one-mile, two-mile. 
‘yard run and two-mile re. 


up the medley relay team that 
won in 3:47.1 and McLaughiin, 
Colman Jenkins, Rudolph Biges- 
by and Lucas comprised the 
mile relay team that won in 
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Sime was awarded the Robert 
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judged the outs.anding athlete. 

Sime was all alone in the 220- 
yard dash, finishing more than 
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'John Russell. However, his time 
\was two-tenths. of a second off 
|his record-bettering perform- 
‘ance yesterday. 


‘Hard to Breathe’ 


The red-haired youth was all 
but exhausted after the 220- 
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hard to breathe today,” he said. 
A hot sun beamed down in hu- 


NAME 


North Carolina's Jim Beatty ‘ 
won the oné-mile race with a 
new Conference record time of 
4:08.4, topping his old record of 
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Mike Shea, N. C. State, 
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+ Wins Regatta | 


PRINCETON, N. J.. May 12 # 
Princeton's undefeated light-) 
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Kaster Captures Riggs Handicap, Equal Record 


THE WASHINGTON POST 
and TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, May 13, 1956 


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16,809 See 
Favorite Win 


By Length 


By Walter Haight | 
Staff Revorter 

PIMLICO, Md., May 12—-Kas/ 
ter. a horse who has been sec-' 
ond 13 times while winning two 
races, left no doubt as to his 
victory today. 

By a length margin, the 7- 
year-old not only won the $10,-' 
000 added Riggs Handicap but 
equalled the track recor¢e in the 
bargain. 

Kaster, ridden by Augustine 
Catalano and in the colors of) 
C. Maholon Kline, led into the 
wire Kennedy-Vale Stable's 
Marked Game with G. M. Co-| 
hen’s Cnuck Thompson third 
in the field of 11 grass runners. 

Installed the favorite by a 
crowd of 16.809 Kaster paid $7 
and registered time of 2:31 for 
the mile and a half, matching) 
that of Rock <Cottage, an also) 
ran today and winner of last) 
year's Riggs. 

Patotero Far Back 


A disappointment was Jose) 
Siccardi’s Patotero, flown here 
in midweek from Venezuela.| 
The 7-year-old Argentine-bred 
simply refused to get going 
when the start came and had to 
be whipped into action. 

Nick Shuk trailed far back 


with the invader ich closed , 
at 10-1 on the owe WITHERS—Fim. Pg. C-I 


On a sunny afternoon that 
the Maryland Jockey Club Oh Johnny 
By 3 Lengths 


wished it could save for Preak- 


he is coming along nicely at 
pital. 


ing from injuries sustained at 


good spirits and he has every 
tion of riding again. 


Jamaica spill. 
nice recovery but, against his 
cian’s advice, went back to the 
early this year. 

Courageaus little guy that 
Tony 


complained 
and had to rest some days. 
X-rays taken following the I 


spleen and one kidney. 

Tony's bedded down now, 
but they can't keep this good 
littie mén down. That's an- 
other Despirito bet you can 
cash 


TURFWRITERS breathed 
a sigh of relief when the colt 
named Ben A. Jones failed to 
be praminent in the Derby 
and they're satisfied he will 
"ot be in the Preakness. If 
the Syearold had figured in 


ness day, Kaster was always a 
forward factor. A variety s 
horses got in front of him, 
cluding Le Page 2nd and Our 
Dance who were pacesetters at favorite in today’s Withers but 
one stage ar well as Chuck/ never seriously threatened and 
Thompson. ‘finished sixth 
However, when the real rac-| Oh Johnny ran the mile and 
Ing began, Catalano drove him a sixteenth in 1:45 1-45 over a 
into the lead where he was fast track. This is the first time 
joined by Marked Game. The! the race has not been at one 
two battled it out head and mile since it was inaugurated 
head for a couple of dozen in 1874. 
strides before Kaster apparent-| Frosty Mr.. who won the 
ly said, “the heck with this' Chesapeake Stakes at Laurel, 
always-a-bridesmaid business” finished fifth followed by Golf 
and drew clear gradually. Ace, Beau Diabie, Will of Al- 
Marked Game had daylight lah, Son of Erin, and Irish Love 
to spare over the tired Chuck Al) carried 126 pounds. 
Thompson for the place. Golf Ace, who finished first 
‘in the Wood Memorial but was 
Herald Wind Disqualified idisqualified, went off as the 
The program was marked by 95 favorite of the crowd of 
the first disqualification of the 35,500. His supporters sent 
meeting \$141.488 across the board on 
the gelding and a total of $508, 
Jim Arthur’s Herald Wind, g39 was bet on the race. 
ridden by apprentice Reggie 


Root, reached the finish line in 95.1 ap Feature 
front of C and P Farm's Ladd.' 


However, the longshot swerved Heads Program 


in front of Ladd in the stretch) 
At Masibato 


and, after hearing Oliver Cut- 
UPPER MARLBORO, Md.. 


Shaw's objection, interviewing 
the patrol judges and seeing the | 
the May 12—Mack, Jimmy and 
Cousin Hanbury will be among 


movies, stewards shifted 
the 35 drivers who will compete 


first two finishers. 
Victory went to Ladd, a $10.60 
Sunday in the stock car racing 
program .at Mariboro Motor 


shot who was clocked in 1.45 4/5 
Raceway. 


for the mile and 70 yards. 

Young Root had been more 
fortunate in the first race which 
he won with Keystone Stable’s » ¥ en Fy tg ew A 
Changeling, paying $29.80, and Quaijitying races and a 25-lap 
setting the stage for a $201,60 feature. 
daily double pay-off on the 44) Other top drivers who will 
tickets. The finishing touches participate are John Brawley, 
were put on the twin-bet trans-/hon Carter, Nace Mattingly. 
action by Gene Lotti's Euclid, pin Festerman, Bobby Ballan- 
and old campaigner who set @itine Tommy Irwin. Dewe 
track record of 1.25 3/5 for the Ryan and Gene Narcol. Rob 
en, oven oe On | Streeter, nationally known race 
sr fo OOF, announcer, will be guest an- 
Euclid paid $15 individually. | ouncer at the track 


The seven-furlong grass rec- 
ord was equaled for the sec’ Drag Racing Today 
MANASSAS, Va. May 12 


ond time when Mrs. Margaret 
Calvo’s Sand Fly flew over the 
grass to win the fourth race|About 125 automabile, sports 
at a $53 win mutuel. car and motorcycle entries will | 


Betting today totaled $1,211,-\compete Sunday in the seventh | 
410. On the first Saturday last' week of drag racing at Old) 


TONY DESPIRITO’S friends, which 
know him personally and those who feel they know him 
| through his efficient saddle work, will be pleased to hear 


pain to lead the riders at Bow 
at the time of his laurel mishap was 
the spring's top Maryland jockey. 
frequently of backache 


broken ribs but they also showed complications from 
old injuries which necessitated an immediate - operation in- 
volving the removal of the * 5 Jing « 


| raceable, but fast .. . 


| Around The Tracks 


Horses and People 


By Walter Haight 


include those w 


Prince Georges Gener Hos- 


The New England boy is recuperat- 


Laurel 


as well as a major operation. He is in 


inten- 


In a way, the Laurel accident could 
work out in his favor. Tony was near 
death last summer as the result of a 
However, he made a 


physi- 
saddle 


he is, 


fought off almost continuous 


ie and 


He 
Haight 


aurel accident revealed three 


. 


the Preakness. If the 3-year- 
old had figured in the finish 
with Needles and Fabius, 
trying to pound out an ex- 
planation of the trio would 
have added up to something 
akin to the pop song, “I'm My 
Own Grandpa.” 

For instance, Trainer Ben 
A. Jones has nothing to do 
with Ben A. Jones, but the 
colt is named for Ben A. 
Jones and, of course, is by 
Faultiess whom Ben A. Jones 
trained for Calumet. which 
owns Fabius and also 
Needles’ sire, Ponder, the 
Derby winner saddled by 
Ben A. Jones. No wonder the 
scribes are saying, “I'm Glad 
Your’re Gone, You Rascal 
You.” 

BETWEEN RACES — Yes- 
terday was chlorophyll day | 
at Preakness with three of 
the eight races on the grass 
course ... President Ed Far- 
rell pleased with the re- 
sponse to his stake race, the 
Marlboro Nursery, to be run 
at the Prince Georges County 
track October 13. It’s at six 
and a half furlongs fer 2- 
yearolds and nominations, 
plus the $2500 added, are 
building up a sizable pot... 


is 


: 


Needles 7-5 


Choice in 


Preakness 


BALTIMORE, Md., 


events. 


. Indications are that a field of 


9 or 10 will march postward. 


Needles probably would be) 
an even shorter priced favorite 
except for the fact that the 
shorter 
_in distance than the Derby and 
the route may be a bit more 


his |diffieult for a horse with the 
= stretch kick which Néedles 


|Preakness is slightly 


has displayed in his other out- 


ings this season. 
Fabius 4 te 1 


_ Calumet Farm's Fabius is 


rated second choice at 4 to 1 
with Dino Lozzi’s Count Chic 
After 
that comes Helen W. Kellogg's 


‘next in line at 6 to 1. 
Come On Red at 8 to 1 

Fabius was second 
casion. 


is indicated by the earl 
Count Chic was fourt 


Derby 


in the 
Kentucky Derby and led well 
into the stretch on that oc- 
There may be even 
stronger mutuel support than 
line. 
and 
Come On Red third in the 


| Ac 


May 12) 
With the 80th running of the, 
| Preakness Stakes just a week! 
away, D & H Stabile’s Needles, 
winner of the Kentucky Derby, 
has been established as a solid 
7 to 5 favorite to score in the 
_n.iddle jewel of the triple crown 


Winding Way Farm's Golf! 
Ace, a noted speed horse and a 


‘supplementary entry to 


the 


Preakness, is quoted at 10 to 1) 


while, 


\of Born Might 
‘that stable is ‘i 


‘Eiffel Biue 20 to 1 


if C. V. Whitney has| 
either Born Mighty or an entry| 
and Head Man, | 
sted as 12 to 1.) 


D. G. Arnstein’s Eiffel Blue 
_is quoted at 20 to 1 with the rest 
of the possible field rated as 


“outsiders.” 


Christiana Stable’s Ricci Tavi. 


WwW. 


Companas Stable's 


E. Britt's No Regrets and 
Besomer 


are bracketed at 30 to 1 and in 
the 40 to 1 group are such as 
Mrs. Henry Hecht's Beau Fond,' 
Joseph Gavegnano's High King, | 
Montpelier’s Nahodah and J. F. 


Siecardi’s Invicto. 


Haight. 


Under the new dates set-up | 
| SPORTSMAN PK. RESULTS 


for harness tracks there are 
no “rain nights.” I wunder- 
stand they'll go as long as 
any part of a sulky wheel 
shows above water and a 
horse's feet touch bottom. By 
the way, the track crew did 


| a fine job opening night in 
strip not only | 


making the 
Jockey | 
Stanley Small returns to 
Pimlico Monday after 
Jamacia ride 
aboard Frosty Mr.... Harry 
Triggis, Small’s agent, is re 
ported in fair condition. He 


suffered a stroke at Laurel | 


recently ... last week's hot- 
test paddock tip was Troy 
Weight, an easy winner after 
opening at 20-1 and closing 
at 2-1. The 5-year-ld is un- 
beaten in three years. He 
won his only two starts in 
1954, sat out 1955, and then 
won last Thursday ... The 
formidable I. J. Collins Stable 
will ship a division to a- 
ware Park for the 33 
meeting opening May 28. The 
group includes Moham- 
medan, Fair Pilot as well as 
the promising juvenile, Our 
Bolero By the way, 
among those who went down 
Derby swinging with me on 
Countermand was 
(Delaware Park) Field .. 
Molly Mutuel says, “with 
Pimlico and Rosecroft con- 
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ANOTHER FLOYD captured the tennis spotlight this week 
. Mrs. why Floyd, wife of Donald and mother of Donna 
t debut in the area in the Metropolitan 


made her tournamen 
Invitation Hardcourt a 
RR coer Floyd and 


in Arlington ... Mrs. 
nna swept to the ‘finals 


of the women’s doubles before losing 
to Marian Trenis. and Ann Lomax, 
<6. 


. Although she hasn't 


played any competitive tennis in a 
number of years, Mrs. Floyd gave Mr. 
Floyd his first tennis lesson when 
they met back in high school and 
later started Donna in tennis... 
Donna is currently United States 15- 
FP and-under girls’ champion and Donald 
P has been a ranking tennis player in 


the Southern or Middle Atlantic As- | 


i Oe sociation for almost two decades. . . 


ee 
“e 


=) A new men's singles champion will | 
be crowned this summer in the Mid- 


| . die Atlantic tennis Gare - : 
Mrs. Evelyn Floyd Tim Coss, first to win the title t ree 


years 


in 


succession since Barney 


Welsh, will be inducted in the Army in two weeks and will 


be unable to compete in area tournaments. . 
has been named tennis professional at Manor . | 
in public parks tennis activity, Russ -eurrently serves as 


president of the Public Parks * 


Tennis Association. 


SINGER ERNIE INGRAM 
has returned to Washington 
and has established Ban- 
neker a contender for the 
Public Parks team title... 
Two of the area's best col- 
lege players, Clyde Freeman, 
No. 1 at D. C. Teachers, and 
Elton King, No. 1 at How- 


; 


| 


; 


ard, are also stalwart: on the | 


Banneker team ... Veteran 
Edgar Lee, ranking Ameri- 
can Tennis Association play- 
er for many years, is another 
top player for Banneker . 

The Men's Interclub Tennis 
League, under the direction 
of Col. M. A. Erana, has been 
expanded to three leagues 
and 21 teams ... Entering 


teams for the first time are | 


the Quantico Marines Ten- 


nis Club and the Arlington | 


Tennis Club. Tom Cundy 
captains the Quantico team 
and Earl Churchill leads the 
Arlington team 


SHORT VOLLEYS —Col 
Jim Gerard, one of the 
Army's best tennis and 
squash players, has been 


elected president of the De- | 


partmental Tennis 
Other 
League officers are Jack 
Sidenburg, Air Force, vice 
president; Merle Gilroy, Gov- 
ernment Printing Office, 
secretary, and C. E. Hoskin, 
Government Accounting Of- 
fice, treasurer ... Jane Free- 
man, former ‘Rollins College 
star and member at Chevy 
Chase, has 
president of 
Interclub Tennis Association 
: . Other officers 


Top seeded Joyce Leek of 


Joyce, a sophomore, defeated 


Nanci Barnes of Mount Vernon 

ag Seminary, 6—1, 6—2. Loretta, a 

6.20 wr freshman, defeated 7“, Vel- 
‘5° ing, Dumbarton, 6—0, 


Btoney Creek. | 


GW’s Barbara Saideut and 


'|Maryland’s Ellie Salmon also 


4.30 3.40 


Sra Buser, Dream Patiern.'g_¢ Ellie ousted Peggy Bole, 


3000; 2.02" 


8—1 % mile . nage 
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Windsor 


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gained the semifinals. 
beat Caryl Rivers, Trinity, 


| American, 6—2, 


Barbara 
7—$§, 


6—2 
Other schools entered in the 


tourney were Marymount and 
~~ > Tyit, Quick| I mmaculata. The tournament is 
iplayed on a rotating basis at 
each of the eight schools. Mar- 
ijo Daly, 
2.80| was last year’s winner 


a Trinity graduate, 


League | 
Departmental | 


been reelected | 
the Women's | 


are | 


‘Marland and No. 2 seeded Lo-| 

retta Lowe of George Wash- 

ington yesterday led the field 

into the semifinals of the annual 

, |' Women’s Intercollegiate Tennis 

ca ace 4eo tournament at American Uni- 
5.00 ie versity. 


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. Russ Cooley 
Long active 


Frances Bassett, Edgemoor, 


vice president; Dorothy Pop- | 


Kenwood, treasurer; 
Army-Navy, sec- 


pleton, 
Ann Gray, 
retary, 
Edgemoor, 
chairman. 


tournament 


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MILWAUKEE, May 12 & 
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Nats Win 


On 8-Run 
Second, 12 9 


Sievers walked and Jim ———s 
singled in Oravetz. Clint Court- 
ney doubled in Sievers. Olson, 
up for the second time, walked | 
to fill the bases. Snyder then) 
unloaded a triple to left center! 
cleaning house. 


Killebrew Ehds It | 


That made it 105. Harmon’ 
Killebrew batted for Berberet!| 
and ended the long inning with 
a grounder. 

Malzone walked in the’ 
fourth. Gernert touched Clev-| 


enger for his first homer to’ 
make it 10-7. | 

The Nats came back in their 
half to score a run on two 
walks and a single by Oravetz. 
Snyder got his homer im the 
sixth to make it 12-7. 

Mickey Vernon walked in the 
eighth and Gernert homered 
off Stewart for the second time 
to make it 12-8. 

When Stewart walked Jackie 
Jensen after Gernert’s homer in| 
the eighth, Chakales ambled to: 
the mound. He got Jim Piersall| 
to ground into a double play | 
and Don Buddin popped uwup.' 
With two out in the ninth, Cha-' 
kales gave up a single to Good- 
man. But Malzone forced Billy 
to end the game. 


SIDEBARS — The first two 
innings took an hour and 12 
minutes to complete and the 
first four @mings 2:06 ... 
The whole game took 3:05... 
The fans saw the rare spec- | 
tacle of a pinch hitter up | 
twice in the same inning—al- 
though Berberet, who had 
Originally batted for Grob. 
was replaced by Killebrew 
. «+ The eight-run second in- 
ning was the Nats’ biggest of 
the year. The 12 runs also 
were a season high... For 
the first-time, the Nats didn’t 
shift for Williams ... Ted 
popped up to Runnels who 
played his normal position 

. Snyder drove in only five 
runs in 46 games all last sea- 
son... Last night he drove 
in four in one inning... 
The Nats will help celebrate 
Cuban Independence Day at 
the Stadium this afternoon 
» » « Camilo Pascual, appro- 
priately, will pitch .. . Frank 
Sullivan is scheduled for Bos- 
ton. . . Stewart had been un- 
scored on for 91/3 innings 
in relief pitching before 
Gernert clouted him for a 
two-run homer in the eighth 

. The Red Sox have yet to 
win away from home... 
They've lost five straight on 
the road and have lost all 
three games played with 
Washington this season. 


The Nats 


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Jay H. Wins 
‘In 2:02.4 at 


Rosecroft 


croft meeting brought out the 
best crowd, 8074, for a program 
that included the best time. 


stretch drive to defeat Kenny J. 4 
the pacing feature. 


home for a popular $4.60 vic- 
tory. 
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was 


off fast from the No. 1 post and 
kept him in front until the end. 


choice Duane Hanover the other 
night, 
on a night the latter was-racing 
the best mile of his life. 


By Charlies Del Vecchio. Staff Photographer 
McGrath's classmate, Pat Holland, right, 
lends support to rangy Bob. St. John’s won 
the meet with 9 first places in 10 events. 


HIS WINDED PAL—Bob McGrath, left, of | 
St. John’s, catches his breath after winning 
the mile race in the All-Catholic High 
School track meet. His time was 5:02.45. 


Rosecrott Nazim Scores 
Trot Entries |In Keswick 
SEVENTH NIGHT OF %4-NIGHT “Horse Show 


Prost TIME—s:15 FP. M. 
FIRST RACE—One mile (tret). 

£200 Classe 74. 

By Jack Walsh irr Heree & Driver CHARLOTTESVILLE. Va... 

‘Staff Reporter See Tiare. I {\May 12—Four championships 
The best weather of the Rose- were decided here today in the 

three-day Keswick Hunt Club 
horse show. 

Nazim. owned by Col. John 
F. Rhea of Cobham was award- 
ed the green working hunter 
championship this afternoon 
while reserve honors went to 
Another Battle, owned by W. 
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the. championship went to Sir 
Trouble owned by Dwight 
Winkleman of Lakelawn Farms, 
Southern Pines. Reserve was 
the Duke of Paeonian, owned 
by John 5S. Pettibone of Mid- 
dieburg. 

Another Battle, in addition 
to taking reserve in the green 
et working classes, ‘also won the 

BES Beaman a green working hunter stake. 
- ge sem Mountain Glen Farms Wind- 
sits. Sacine fer %- yr.-old Gillies ward from Orange, Va., cap- 
8 Gray Sky (Haughton) tured the junior championship 

rthy Lacy Arshiar with reserve going to Magnoa, 

;;owned and ridden by Emily 

Bryan of Richmond. In the 

pony championship, top honors 

went to Powder Puff, owned by 

Miss Lolly Lawrence of War- 
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enough ...it seems to be 
around the paddock and driv- 
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few hundred yards removed 
from the bustling bettors. 
Here you'll see little Sammy 
Belote, 3%-year-old son of 
Driver Johnny Belote, 
perched on a bench already 
adroitly handling a whip... 
a veteran owner like R. L. 
Craig, Urbana, Ohio, who just 
had a winner, is more in- | 
terested in telling of the 
death of his stable’s dog... 
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to ship the dog when the 
horses moved off the farm 
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LOS ANGELES, May 12 ‘” 
There are many who hold to the 
belief that Sugar Ray Robinson. 
is the finest fighter, pound for 
pound, among the modern day 
boxers, and this may well be. 
| Some argue the sugar man 
‘is the greatest middleweight of 
all time, but there you run into 
violent debate. 

And you review from the 
|distant past such immortals as 
“Ruby Robert” Fitzsimmons, 
who, many forget, held the 
middleweight crown before en- 
gaging the best in the heavy- 
weight ranks, and Stanley 
Ketchell, Harry Greb, Mickey 
Walker and others. 

Suffice to say, the 35-year-old 
Robinson disproved the old 
saying, “they never come 
iback,” when he regained his 
title by knocking out Carl 
| (Bobo) Olson in two rounds last 
Dec. 9 in Chicago. 


| ‘Fight Friday Night 


Now Olson, at 28. gets his 
chance to come back and win 
iback the 160-pound title. 
| The two meet at 15 rounds 
\or less Friday night at Wrigley 
| Field, with fight fans of the Na-| 
ition sitting in via television 
| Los Angeles will be blacked out 
for the screening. 
| The smart men say Robinson 
jowns Olson, having beaten 
him three times and Sugar 
Ray's dramatic two-round kayo 
‘in December should have been 
|'a convincer 
| But Olson and his 
are not convinced 

They argue that when Robin- 
\son stopped Bobo in 12 rounds 
‘in Philadelphia the year was 
1950, and the 1956 Olson is a 
'much better man than six years 
| ago. 
| In March 1952 they met again. 
in San Francisco. Robinson 
won in 15 rounds and the de- 
| cision was close. Sugar Ray was 
still a great champion that 
| night, and he had to be to whip 
Bobo. 


Robinson Off 31 months 


| In June Robinson stepped 
out of his class, as Bobo wag to 
do three years later. He had 
veteran Joey Maxim beaten 
on points until Robinson act- 
ually collapsed from the intense 
heat and lost by a kayo in the 
14th round. 

Robinson retired and stayed 
retired for some 31 months.' 
Then he began the long haul! 
back to fame, and eventually 
the third match with the then’ 
champion Olson. 

The kayo was quick, and Ol. 
son now maintains it was pain- 
less. Bobo also says (1) he was 
in no condition to fight anyone | 
at that period because of per-| 
sonal problems with his 
estranged wife, and (2) none of 
the Robinson victories has given 
him a psychological barrier to! 
overcome 

In June 1955, Olson stepped | 
out of his class to fight light! 
heavyweight champion Archie} 
Moore. Moore knocked him out! 
in three rounds. | 

So comes Robinson to his 
150th ring engagement and 
Bobo to No. 74. The smart! 
eastern money is riding on 
Sugar Ray. but underdog Bobo 
is not lacking in support. ) 

And Robinson himself says: 

“It should be a helluva fight.” 


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| 7 Hundred Proof (Parkinson) 

folks under the stands rush- ‘Haughton 
ing back and forth to the | 
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. youngsters under 14 are | 
admitted free. . . the judges’ 
five-day suspension of Driver 
Bill Page was recalled Friday |, 
right when Super Chief was | 
the $12.40 victor of the eighth 
race . with Andy “Foster 
substituting, the pacer went 
in 2:08... Page drove in 
2:12 3/5 to finish third the 
night he was suspended . 


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The Wild Things Own It 


Man Is Indruder 
In Pohick Eden 


By Aubrey Graves 
Outdoors Editor 
IN AN EDEN-LIKE SPOT, 22 miles from the White House, 
I saw deer grazing on the cowslips and three prodigal wrens 
sipping sugared water from a window sill last Friday. Also, 
because I observed the rules of the sanctuary, I got stung 


by a bee. 


The place was Lebanon, Dr. Paul Bartsch’s 
458-acre home and wildlife preserve which 
overlooks Pohick Bay. I had gone out with 
the Jack Durhams to attend the meeting 
of the National Parks Association, of which 
my hiking and canoeing crony, Sigurd Ol- 


son, is president. 


We heard National Park Service Director 
Conrad Wirth elaborate on his “Mission 66” 
plan to improve the nation’s recreational 
areas. And we listened as Fish & Wildlife 


Director John A. Farley and John A. Silker 


Geruves 


of the Forest Service rendered reports. 
But what held my attention longest whs the fauna which 


seemed perfectly at home on all sides of us. 


In this patch 


of wilderness. less than an hour's drive from the world’s 


mightiest city, man is rele- 
gated to secondary status. 


ENTERING the front gate 
and proceeding along the 
cedar-lined driveway, wel- 
come was everywhere. A 
shaggy. tail-wagging dog ran 
to greet us. A guinea hen 
looked up inquiringly, but un- 
afraid, from the bushes. A 
cardinal tarried to exchange 
pleasantries with us 

Reaching the house (built 
in 1732 even before Mount 
Vernon), we created only a 
momentary stir among the 
purple finches at work in a 
tray of sunflower seed. A 
black-headed cacique from 
the Upper Amazon, perched 
on Fred Packard's finger, 
turned his head in our direc- 
tion. Waddling over the lawn 
toward us was a parrot. 
“Hello there!” she said, in 
perfect English. 

“We have at least 205 spe- 
cles of wirds here.” our 80- 
year-old host explained. “And 
new ones are coming all the 
time.” Like the Bachman’s 
warbler which dropped in. 


NATURALISTS swarmed 
in by the hundreds to see 
this rare minstre|. During an 
intermission between the 
booming of guns at nearby 
Fort Belvoir, the bjrd’s un- 
usual song was tape recorded. 
So many people crowded in, 
Bartsch had to rope off the 
area where the warbles had 
established territory. * After 
three weeks in Lebanon, he 
departed. 

Bartsch was mo¢t immedi- 
ately concerned with his miss- 
ing wren. Three returned last 
week after their winter heg- 
ira. They dive-bombed us as 
we approached the thimble- 
like affairs at which they 
were slaking their thirst. 

“They claim ownership of 
that little area, they occu- 
pied it last summer,” Bartsch 
explained. “They want us in- 
truders to move away.” 

“I'm a little worried about 
the fourth one. But she may 
check in this afternoon.” 


BESIDE THE TRAIL wind- 
ing toward the bay was a 
block of salt set upon a stake. 
“For the deer,” Bartsch ex- 
plained. “They like to feast 
on the cowslips.” Then his 
face saddened. “Several of 
them were killed crossing 
Shirley Highway last year.” 

Ethel Durham spied an 
eagle circling overhead. 

In all the sanctuary only 
a dozen or so acres are culti- 
vated. These grow corn and 
other grain for the birds and 
the animals. In addition, 2600 
pounds of bird seed were put 
out for Bartsch's “depend- 
ents” last year. 


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without someone stopping at 
Lebanon—Scout troops, gar- 
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“I teach all visitors to re- 
spect the growing things and 
to love the out-of<ioors. Leb- 
anon.is one place where 
everything that flies, creeps 
or crawls is protected.” 


THIS WAS VERY much on 
my mind as later I sat listen- 
ing to the speakers. | 

A bee circled the straw- 
berry shortcake balanced on 
my knee, his appetite whetted 
and his motor wide open. 
“Dare I defend my dessert?” 
I asked Mrs. Charies Collison 
in the next chair. “Oh no, 
the bee LIVES here, you 
beard Dr. Bartsch say that!, 
she answered. 


Scales 


By Bob Burchette 


A PERFECTLY legitimate 
excuse for a stop at the fish 
market is now offered Wash- 
ington anglers by the two 
fish merchants in Center 
Market, 5th and K sts. nw. 

Either will weigh your 
prize and fill out a certi- 
ficate attesting to it’s size. 
This gimmick, dreamed up 
by Henry L. Kronstadt, has 
been okayed by the men who 
will do the actual weighing. 

The Thomison Seafood Co. 
(owned by Salvatore Lo 
Castro) and Chas. H. Javins 


and Sons (owned by Angelo . 


Lo Castro) are the certify-- 


ing fish mongers. 


IN THE EVENT of a 
fruitiess trip, either of the 
two Lo Castros can supply 
you with a catch even larger 
than the one that got away. 
Salvatore says they will clean 
the fish in addition to giving 
proof positive as to its weight. 

Reports of new hardhead 
catches all over the bay and 
its estuaries indicates a good 
season is in store. Oldtimers 
give credit to the southeast 
winds prevalent for the past 
few weeks. 

The fish caught thus far 
are for the most part about a 
pound in weight. With due 
allowance for exaggerations 
in the telling, some catches 
have weighed as much as a 
pound and a half. 


ROCKFISH have i. been 
taken in a few places but in 
small number. This is the 
spawning season for dAhe 
rock also and best bet, if you 


Want your “big” catch certified as to 


Le Castro Eas an Obliging Thumb 


‘Prove’ You Got a Whopper 


Phote by Bob Burghette 
weight? Salvatore 


Lo Castro's scales react obligingly to extra-heavy pressure 


While I debated the issue, 
the little so-and-so needled 
me in the ear. Though sorely 
tempted, I didn’t even strike 
back. After all, I want tobe 
invited again to Lebanon. 


are determined to go after 
the striper, is in the streams 
which drain into the bay. 
They have been caught in 
the Potomac and, of course, 
the Patuxent. They are not 


hitting artificial lures with 
their usual abandon. Best 
bait for the pansize rock in 
the shallow waters is soft 


from his heavy, oversize thumb. 


shell crab: second 
bioodworms. 
THE BROOME Islanders 


who killed a bunch of over- 


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choice : 


The Naturalist 


Swallows Have a Good Thing in Man 


By Irston R. Barnes 

President. Audubon Gociety of the District of Columbise 
SWALLOWS, to the extend unequaled by 
any other family of birds, have found that 
man and his works have facilitated their 
nesting. Each of the seven species found in 
the United States has a dis- 
tinctive pattern of nesting; 
yet each benefits from man’s 
activities. Consequently, 
swallows have become more 
abundant and more widely 
distributed with the settle- 
ment of the land. 

All swallows appear to 
like company. The martins, 
bank and cliff swallows are 
strongly colonial in their 
nesting. The barn, tree and 
violet-green swallows are 
quasicolonial, several pairs usually nesting 
in fairly close proximity. Only the rough- 
winged swallows nest indifferently in small 
groups or in-single pairs. 


FOUR SWALLOWS nest in the Washing- 
ton area: the purple martin and the barn, 
bank, and rough-winged swallows. Two are 
now present as spring migrants: the tree 
swallows between March 12 and May 25 and 
the cliff swallows between April 10 and 
June 8 The violet-green is a western bird. 

The apartment-house nesting of the purple 
martins is known, if not directly then by 
reputation, to all who have an interest in 
birds’. Martins were probably the first birds 
to accept man-made cavities; they nested in 
gourds hung from poles in Indian villages 
before the coming of the colonists. 

Without man’s help in providing multiple- 
unit dwellings, they would have difficulty in 
achieving truly colonial nesting. Their large 
apartment houses should be placed on‘a pole 
in an open area, preferably on the edge of a 
field or pond. Martins are particularly partial 
to locations near water, for they like to hawk 
for insects over pond, river or bay. 


PURPLE MARTINS are easily recognized. 
They are the largest of our swallows, from 
7% to 8% inches in length. The male is the 
only alldark swallow, being a rich blue 
black both above and below. The female 
is dark above and dingy gray below. 

The barn swallow is the most familiar of 
the family. It is the only swallow with a 
deeply forked tail. Its back is a dark metallic 
blue; its underparts are cinnamon or *pink- 
ish, deepening to a chestnut on the throat 
and forehead. 

In primitive times, barn swallows nested in 


caves, but now almost all place their open 
mud cups of straw and feathers on a pro- 
tected beam—under a bridge, in an open 
shed or porch, or more commonly, high up 
inside the haymow of a large barn. 


THE CLIFF SWALLOW is the only swal- 
low with a conspicuous buffy rump patch 
and a buff forehead. The top of the head 
and the back are a steel blue. It’s square-cut 
tail and its dark throat are additional helpful 
field marks. 

Cliff swallows are the most accomplished 
masons of their family. Their interesting 
nests are gourd shaped, an enclosed globe 
with a small, bottle-neck entrance. This struc- 
ture of mud pellets is fastened to the side 
of an unpainted beam or on the outside of a 
barn under the eves. Originally, these birds 
built on the face of cliffs and were thus quite 
restricted in their choice of a nesting site. 


BANK SWALLOWS are brown-backed, 
white below, with a narrow, distinct dark 
brown band across the breast. 
tinctly marked pattern distinguishes them 
from the similarly brown-backed rough- 
winged swallows, whose light underparts 
shade into a dingy brownish throat. 


Bank swallows nest in colonies in holes 


which they excavate in steep banks along | 


the shores of rivers, lakes and the sea. With 
the building of railroads and highways, there 
are many more steeply cut banks and some 
of these have been used by bank swallows. 
(However, they do not use the loose, sloping 
cuts or the grass-covered roadsides.) 

The rough-winged swallows may use a hole 
In a bank, or they may choose a crevice in 
a wall. Many nest in the cracks of the C and 
O Canal aqueducts, in the Cabin John bridge. 


THE VIOLET-GREEN swallow of the West 


is the smallest and one of the most beautiful | 


of our swallows. Its back is different shades 
of green, violet and purple. The white under- 
parts nearly meet across the bird's rump, an 
easily recognized field mark. 

Violet-green swallows originally nested in 
crevices in cliffs or in holes in trees. It was 
an easy transition to nesting in holes in build- 
ings or in nest boxes. 


Tree swallows are a metallic dark green- 


blue o nwings and back and pure white below. 
They are the first swallows to come in the 


spring and fhe last to leave in the fall. They | 


tare partial to seaside and pond-side locations. 

Their origifal nesting sites were in old 
woodpecker holes: one old hickory that I 
know in Connecticut has a community of a 
half dozen pairs. They readily accept nest 
boxes hung at almost any height. 


All About Boats 


A PRACTICAL primer for 
beginning yachtmen, called 
“Family Boating is Fun,” is 
being distributed by the Na- 
tional Association of Engine, 
and Boat Manufacturers. The 
illustrated booklet tefis how 
to select a boat, how to build 
one, and how to find suitable 
boating areas. Copies may be 
obtained without charge 
from the NAEBM, 420 Lex- 
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Oldest Uplands 

THE GREAT Smoky 
Mountains represent some of 
the oldest uplands on earth 
and are crowned by an un- 
broken forest unmatched in 
Eastern America. More than 
130 native tree species are 


known to grow in this area. 


sized rock in their big haul 
in the Patuxent recently have 
chosen to forfeit collateral 
and not appear in court. 

This collateral] totaled $200. 
The captain of the boat posted 
$100 and each of four crew 
members put up $25. Value of 
the fish in the legal-sized 
portion of the catch was ap 
proximately $5000. 

the men had been 
charged on as many counts 
as there were fish in the il- 
legal lot, the Tidewaters 
Fisheries officials would have 
been accused of persecution 
—not prosecution. 

A sports fisherman who 
takes one rockfish over legal 
size (15 Ib.) is subject to the 
same, fine imposed on the 
seiner, with his much 
greater capacity. 


HAUL SEINERS need edu- 
cation in how to handle their 
nets. The Broome Island men 
were’ within the law until the 
larger fish were damaged too 
greatly for return to the 
waters. Fisheries officials 
say this could have been pre- 
vented. 

The fish, confiscated from 
the seiners -~were put to good 
use, at any rate. Penitentiary 
inmates got a change in 


menu for a meal or so with , 


the 105 which were sent 
there. 

The rockfish study group 
is making the most of the 
fine specimens sent to it 
for scientific study. 


FRANK GAMBLE, Jack 
Radcliffe, Dave Elliott and 
Allen Beadle caught 21 fine 
crokers in one hour and a 
half of fishing off Cape Loch 


asa Into hae 
Boating Fraternity Pipes 
Barnacle Jills Aboard 


By Peggy Reynolds 
THESE DAYS there is great to-do in the boating industry 


because “the ladies, God 
are coming aboard!” 


bless ‘em and all that sort of thing, 


Johnson Motors has published a delicate pink-and-gray 
booklet called “Ladies Aboard, a Boating 
Handbdéok for Women,” which any Johnson 
dealer will happily supply free of charge. 
Interspersed with“handy tips orm safety, 
boat-handling, waterskiing and fishing, the 
pamphiet deals with boating fashions and 


cosmetics, party fdeas, 


and galley cles. 


It even suggests bringing your sewing or 
knitting, or holding club meetings or bridge 


games aboard hubby's boat. 


SKIPPER MAGAZINE recently added a 
feature called “The Ditty Bag,” which has 
tackled such subjeets as matching bunk- 
cover fabric to the cabin paint job and, this 
months, pots and pans for the galley. 
It's good to see that more and more women are being 


shanghaied into seafaring by 
this type propaganda. But, 
what happens to them once 
they've become established 
mariners? 

Let's make a quick tour of 
a local boatyard. Here is 
petite Betty (Mrs. George) 
Wells with one knee propped 
on a sawhorse, expertly cut- 
ting a hunk of plywood for 
the deck of the Wells’ sloop 
Arcturus. What's George 
doing? Holding the board, of 
course. 


‘DOWN BY THE DOCK, 
you can find Polly (Mrs. Wil- 
frid) Blunt sandpapering 
the coaming aboard the sloop 
Venture, while Wilfrid fusses 
with his engine. Polly, who 
makes no bones about having 
started sailing at 60, is cur- 
rently taking YWCA swim- 
ming lessons, in case an un- 
expected jibe might knock 
her into the drink someday. 

Down in the water, another 
grandmother, ‘Peggy Wells, 
wife of Eliot C. “Pop” Wells 
(no relation to George), is 
scrubbing the bottom of the 
Chegapeake 20 Strutaway. 
Pop is supervising from the 
bank. 


AMONG the sailboat rac 
ing contingent, the girls nei- 


ther ask nor reeelve quarter. 
On a gusty day, Lightning 
skippers Connie Carswell and 
Lucia Lhamon are often 
among the first to make sail. 
In the Penguin class, Linda 
Youngs is one of the top skip- 
pers. At George Washington 
University, Patsy Farrant is 
on the roster as an A Divi- 
sion skipper, and Mary Jolly 
last year won the President's 
Cup Regatta in the Tempest 
class. 


LOCAL femmme skippers, 
by the way, will race for the 
Potomac River Women's 
Championship June 9 and 10 
in the GWU Tempests off 
Buzzards Point. Winner will 
represent this area In a series 
of races June 28 at the Naval 
Academy for the Chesapeake 
Bay Women's Championship 
and the Baltimore News-Post 
Trophy. 

Local Potomac contest race 
chairman will be George’ Col- 
lins, vice commodore of the 
GWU Sailing Club. George 
agrees that every considera- 
tion should be shown the Bar- 
nacile Jills. In other words, 
if the wind reaches hurricane 
velocity, the races will be 
postponed. 


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They left Frank's Pier at 
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at 10:15. 


GEORGE WILLING of 
Solomons got his party a few 
croakers despite rough 
waters last Wednesday after- | opnven 
noon. Small boat fishermen —s “ 
will do better at the mouth of 
the Patuxent after a few days | 
Forty-eight and 50 pounders, | 
they were the first channel 
soothe the waters. 


CAPTAIN Sam Taylor of | 
Chincoteague, Va. docked 
with two drum last Friday. 
Forty-eight and 50 pounders. 
They were the first channel 
bass caught on the Atlantic 
seaboard north of Cape 
Charles. 

WITH SHINY new small | 
boats entering the waters 
each weekend, a word of 
advice is worth repeating: 
Don't open up your throttle 
in harbor., Your wash can 
cause substantial damage. 
Seasoned boatmen spot new- 
comers by their manners in 
the dock area. Caution will 
conceal your greenhorn 
status. 


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lachians. Indians who teonclan 

it centuries ago gave it the | 
name of “Warrior's oa 


land Gap National Historical | 


ing the next three months. | 
Portions of Kentucky, Vir- | 


the park which was estab- 


See America’s most 
Motor ... the 
Beautiful Outboard 


lished as a unit of the na- | 
tional park system last Sep- | 
tember. 

Work is now under way on 
# parking lot and scenic over- | 
look, from which visitors can 
gaze into six states. The other | 
three are Alabama, Georgia 
and North Carolina. | 

Cumberland Gap was an 
early connecting link with the 

7 


—— 


——_ 


JOHNSON 
SEA-HORSE 
OUTBOARD 


SALES © SERVICE 
GENUINE 
PARTS 
TRADES 
AND 
TERMS 


SHERIDAN HARDWARE 
6135 GA. AVE. N.W, fF 
RA. 3-3040 


boats: 

© Whirlwind 
® Duratech 
'® Plasti-Craft 


JOHNSON SEAHORSE 


‘ ” aa gl: 
at PATUXENT MARINE 
Prince George's only Johnson 
dealer. We carry a complete 
line of marine supplies and 
the following famous - name 


® Harvey Craft 


® Owens Runabouts & Cruisers 


On Display 14’, 16. 20’, 21°, and 2 
Zepress Cruisers 


| IRoOwe 


-. 


14th & U A.W., NO. 7-6300 


© Chris-Craft 


© Bay Skiff TO TELL YOU ABOUT THE 


1956 JOHNSONS...THE 
MOST SENSATIONAL SEA- 
HORSES EVER PRODUCED! 


NR ILL 


WASHINGTON’S OLDEST JOHNSON DEALER 


SALES AND SERVICE 


POWER! 


NEVER BEFORE such a great array of fishin’ Sea-Horses! 
Hurry over to your Johnson Dealer’s and see. He has great 
news about new models — new features — new starting ease 


MODERN 
MARINE 
HARDWARE 


Propeller Reconditioning Fine Quality Chrome Plating 
Old Town Boats—Penn Yan Bosts—Crestliner Aluminum Boats— + 
Tee-Nee Boat Trailers 


“If it Belongs On a Boat We Have It” 


930 MAINE AVE. S.W. Established 1931 


— new styling in Johnson’s beautiful Holiday Bronze and 
Spray White. Take a good look —select your fishin’ buddy. 
JOHNSON MOTORS... WAUKEGAN, ILLINOIS 


DRIVE-IN 
PARKING 
FACILITIES 


Di. 7-401 


SEA-HORSES FOR 1956 


SHP...SAHP...7/2 HP...10 HP 

15 HP mana stactme 15 HP mecraic stactme 

BO MP manuai staztine BO HP wascreic stactne 
JAVELIN 30 HP mecrac stantine 


> 


raft | OUTBOARD 


PRICES BEGIN AT $146.00 


TIME PAYMENTS AVAILABLE 


Prices f.o. b. factory, subject to change. All 
ratings are OBC certified brake hp at 4000 
rpm (30's at 4500 rpm). 


.******* * * * ee ee S&S SO oO oe oe oOo oS 


ALL 19586 SEA-HORSES ARE QUIET 


CRUISERS [095 « +1095 © 1395 + +1948) 


THE BOAT CENTER 


8236 GEORGIA AVE. 


LI TIRX IL, 


Johnson 


SEA-HORSES 
cor DEPEN Dasitity 


JU. 5-7773 


SEA-HORSES 
DEPEND. 


~-_+*+***** *** ++ + + + * © ©] oS 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
C10 Sunday, May 13, 1956 —— 


tea a SE Mu es 
WAR is 
. Be is = ee a 


SA 
at Georg e's Newer 


and "Greater 
Warehouse! 


READY! 


Because of the tremendous crowds 

that invariably turn out for our 

Sunday Warehouse Sales, we've arranged 
for extra salesmen, extra cashiers and 
extra credit clerks . . . just to make your 
Peoseg ~ 42 and your savings 

more enjoyable! 


EASY TERMS a 
FREE PARKING 


on our huge lot adjacent 
to our huge warehouse . 
no minimum purchase 


them ° Happy Mother’ 5 Day! 
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY 


24th PL. N.E.: 


ALL FAMOUS MAKE, VALUE PRICED 
SEALED IN ORIGINAL FACTORY CRATES 


AIR CONDITIONERS 


‘SPECIAL! 


$369.95 Brand New 1956 


FAMOUS MAKE 


% HP. 7% omps. 
Flush mount with thermo- 


"167 


$349.95 Brand New HOT- 
POINT *« H.P. CASEMENT 


with push-but- "$177 


Reg. $359.50 New 1955 


RCA 34H.P. 


7¥e. ame. model thet rete en 
nermel howse current end wees 
40% les electricity comes 
complete with oeutemetic ther 
motto! 


‘197 


$269.95 Brand New HOT- 


POINT ‘2 H.P. $157 


CASEMENT 


$299.95 Brand New 
MITCHELL % HP. Flush 


$319.50 New 1955 RCA 
% HP. Flush Mount 


ton controls . 
Regular $319.95 New 


PHILCO 1 TON 


Powerful unit with giont — copecity .. 


femeus for quelity the werld « 


$329.95 New EMERSON 
% H.P. Flush Mount with 


heater and $ 
thermostat .... 157 
$389.95 New EMERSON 
ELECTRIC *« ¥.P. $ 

with thermostat 137 
$299.95 New FAMOUS 


MAKE ‘':°H.P. Casement 
or Regular 


$399.95 Brand New 1956 
G.E. 1 TON Deluxe Flush 


Mount with $ 
thermostat .... 177 
Res. $499.95 Brand New] 


MITCHELL 2 TON 


$289.95 Brand New 
HOTPOINT 


$739.95 Brand New 1956 


FAMOUS MAKE $ 
ve H.P. 7): armps. 147 


$349.95 New FAMOUS 


ee 


a HP. 


$349.95 Brand New 1956 
FAMOUS MAKE 1 TON 
Flush Mount 


$499.95 Brand New HOT- 
POINT 1% TON Flush 


Mount with : $917 


thermostat 
$329.50 New 1955 RCA 


Nae Deluxe $177 


Reg. $349.95 Brand New 
‘56 Bg rye HAR- 


VESTER % $] 47 


wie wlll. 
$299. 95 New PHILCO 


% 4P. Flush $157 


Mount 
$319.50 New 1955 RCA 


% HP. a ¢ 
‘MENT w ‘therm. 187 


$369.50 New 1955 RCA 
% HP. ne 

MENT w therm. 207 
$349.95 Brand New HOT- 
POINT 1 TON Flush 


Mount with * $177 


thermostat . . 


Regular $139.95 value. Brand new. 


model in original crates 


7Walé 


$149.95 
“giten ROTARY 
LAWN MOWERS 


27% HP, 4-cycle Briggs & 
Stretton Engine, receoi! 


EASY TERMS 


inch squere 
erid, 772 
cecking surface, 
secled bell bearing 
erid elevator, ALCOA 
eltuminum heed, 


™$69 


Reguler $2 95 
25-ft. Lustrous 
GARDEN HOSE 


With brass couplings end 
S-y'. gvorentee 


Regular $44.95 \ 


DELUXE 
BAR-B-QUE 
GRILL & 

ROTISSERIE 


Reguler $3.95 
CLIPPER SPRINKLER 


Covers orea te 35 dic. 
meter. Bross heed oad 
orms, self lubricating head 
free 4 rust. 


=" 91-99 


s. ia. 


Reg. $5.50 
HALF-GALLON 


FLUFFIUM SOIL 
CONDITIONER 


Turas your herd soil inte 

le, porous soil 
thet will be o pleasure fo 
work with 


‘2 gollon 


Serry, no moil, 
costs. 
prior sale... © come 


DISPLAY MODEL TV & APPLIANCES 


| TELEVISION | 


$349.95 ‘56 EMERSON 21. 
Series TY Console Model 


$279.95 ‘36 ADMIRAL 24. $148 

Series TV Teble Mode! ' 

5277.95 “36 G.E. 2).Series 44 

TY Console Model $1 

5357.95 35 CAPEHART 2). 58 
Series TY Console w doors... $1 

$219.95 36 MOTOROLA 21. 44 

Series TV Teble Mode! $1 

$349.95 “36 PHILCO 2)-Series 

TV Console Model $179 

$329.95 55 WESTINGHOUSE 2) .Series 

TV Mohogory ‘ 

Console 

$179.95 ‘36 CROGLEY 17-Series 

TY Teble Model 5117 

$357.95 ‘54 PHILCO 2).Series 

TY Console w/full doers 199 

5397.95 “36 PHILCO 24-Series 7 

TY Console Mode! 

$349.95 ‘55 CAPEMART 21. 

Series TV Blonde Console De $144 

$259.95 ‘55 RCA 2)-Series 

TV Console Model $166 

$299.95 ‘36 PHILCO 21-Series TY Swive- 

let with top teuch 


turing 
$189.95 S56 CROSLEY 21 Series 
TV Table Model $110 


$369.95 ‘55 CBS 21 -Series 129 
asehte ae ny Censole 5 
| PHILCO 17.Series 
TY Teble Model 116 
$329 soo b-) aetna for 

TV Mohogeny » $169 
ye 36 ZENITH 7 ‘com 
TV Console w floshmatic tuning 
$357.95 “S64 PHULCO 21 -Series 
TV. Console Model 198 
$349.95 “36 MOTOROLA 2). 
Series TY Mohogeny Console $169 
$319.95 “S6 PHILCO 24-Series 
TY Teble Medel 
$229.95 ‘S36 — 2) Series 99 
TY Teble Mode $ 
$207.95 ‘S55 rca 2) Series 
TV Teble Mede $149 
5139.95 56 ; chosiéy 17 Series 12 
TV Teble Model i 
$307.95 “36 MOTOROLA 271. $179 
2\-Series TV 


beries TY Blonde Console 
5277.95 ‘S56 ADMIRAL 
3. WAY COMB. with 

‘odie ond phono 

$389.95 ‘356 CROSLEY 21 Series ‘ 
Tv Console with phone 

5168.00 “S36 EMERSON 14. 
reries TV Portable Model ‘ 
5169.95 “S64 MOTOROLA 17. ¢ 
jertes TY Table Model 5 
5399.95 ‘56 PHILCO 24-Series ‘ 
TV Console w top touch tuning 4 
5149.95 ‘SS OCA 17-Series 

TV Teble Medel ‘ 
$239.95 ‘“S6 ZENITH 21 .Sertes ‘ 
V Mahogany Teble Mode! ‘ 
169.95 “36 SONORA 17.Serles 
TV Perteble Mode! 

$239.95 ‘S46 ADMIRAL 21. 
Series TV Table Mode! 


$89 
$166 


$269.95 ‘56 CROSLEY 21-Series 
TY Console Mode! $124 


$339.95 “SS RCA 21-Series 
TY Deluxe Console 


$226 


$167. 


. 


$359.95 “S6°PHILCO 21 -Series 
TV Censole with full deors 
$299.95 ‘55 RCA 24-Series 


TY Console Mode! $169 
$149.95 ‘S64 ADMIRAL 17 Series 
Tv Teble Model bbbied’ 'és 124 
269 36 EMER . 5 

TY Portable Mode! $79 
$237.95 S64 MOTOROLA 7)-Seri Tv 
Console with cluminided ’ 3 
tube 

S1599.95S “S64 PHILCO 17-Series 114 


TV Teble Model 

$179.94, ‘55 BCA 21-Series 129 
$179.95 “36 FAMOUS MAKE 17. $76 
Series TV Table Model 


y Teble Model 

TV Console Mode! 

S179 25 ‘S6 ADMIRAL 71. 

Series TV Ebony Teble Model $119 
$138 


56 ZENITH 21 -Sertes 
17. 


ode! 
si9v.95 ‘Sé a yee ~* ves 21. 
Series TV Table 
$140.95 364 MOTOROLA 17 
Series TY Table Model 
oy 95 “S36 PHILCO 2) -Sertes 


109 
Toble Mode 122 
$199.93 56 ZENITH 17-Series 


TV Meroon Table Model $107 


$399.95 ‘S64 famous Moke 2!-Series TY 
3-WAY COMB. with redie i 


end phono 
$219.95 ‘56 ADMIRAL 21 -Series 
TY Console w/olum. twhe ‘$148 


$337.95 ‘S36 G.E. 21-Series $157 


TY Console Mode! 
$539.95 ‘S6 FAMOUS MAKE 24-Series 
TY 3-WAY COME. with AM. 
FM redice end 


phono 
cay a 36 — 21 -Series $159 
eee a aay 
% ee s Series ‘$129 


$137 


$269.95 ‘56 EMERSON 21-Series TY Table 


Model with 
129 
159 
$259.95 ‘55 Ay wah -bedes 


TV Console Model $168 
$249.95 ‘S36 ZENITH 71 Series 

TY Blende Ook Teble Medel $166 
$299.95 S36 ADMIRAL 71- 198 
Series TV Console Mode! 

$399.95 ‘56 CROSLEY 21 -Series 49 
TY Console Mode! t 

Series TY Console Mode! 

$349.95 ‘36 MOTOROLA 21. $219 
Series TY Mohegery Console 

$249.95 ‘36 PHILCO 21 Series 
TV Swivetet : $169 


legs 

7%. GE 
Portable Model 

$279.95 ‘36 MOTOROLA 21. 
Series TV Teble Mode! 
$499.95 ‘56 anand 21 -Series 
TY Console w 


17 Series TV 


$279.95 ‘S36 EMERSON 21. 


a 


GAS & ELECTRIC RANGES | 


5399.95 ‘SS ADMIRAL 4-tnch 

ELECTaIC RANGE $177 

5109.95 56 FAMOUS MAKE Apt. 

Sisce GAS RA 

$149.95 ‘55 NORGE 30-in. GAS 

ye ~ infinitrel burners $89 
24.530 “55 TAPPAN 30-inch 

GAS RANGE $119 

$129.95 55° FAMOUS MAKE 


ELECTRIC 

w double oven 

$167.95 ‘SS NORGE Full-Size 

GAS RANGE 

3469.95 ‘55 ADMIRAL 40-inch ELECTRIC 
RANGE w ‘dowble 

oven 

5219.95 ‘35 NORGE 34-inch GAS RANGE 
w/timer end infinitrol 

burrers 


TRIC RANGE w/double oven OLED 
ten oad tone, S188 
GAS 8A SA toe Act. Size $79 
aoe 5 ‘35 ROPER 3-inch 39 


RANGE 
$297.95 ‘35 WESTINGHOUSE Fvil-Size De 
luxe ELECTRIC 
ANGE 


$149.95 ‘55 NORGE 38-inch 
GAS RANGE 
$3279.95 “55 ADMIRAL M-linch ELECTRIC 


55 TAPPAN 40-inch 
GAS RANGE 
$139.95 “SS MAGIC CHIEF Apt. 
Size Ges Range 


| REFRIGERATORS 


5199.95 “SS ADMIRAL 73 Cw. F RE. 


FRIGERATOR with cross-top $110 


freezer 

$249.95 36 CROSLEY &§ Cu. Ft. Shelvoder 
REFRIGERATOR with cross 

top freezer 

249.95 ‘36 PRIGIDAIRE 10 Cu. fF. @E- 


PRIGERATOR with cross-top § 


Mh. REPRIG- 


top freezer 

$419.95 55 DEEPPREEZE 12 Cw. 
Pe. UPRIGHT FREEZER 

$399 3% GE. Tt OCCw. 
ERATOR with cress-toe 


freezer 

$249.95 ‘55 HOTPOINT 86.3 Cu. f. RE. 
PRIGERATOR with U-sheped 114 
1 Ce. & REFRIGERATOR 

w cross-top freeser 

UPRIGHT FREEZER $159 
$269.95 55 NORGE 10.4 Cu. Mi. REPRIG- 
ond freezer 

$249.95 ‘35 ADMIRAL & Cu. Fr. REFPRIG- 


saan: 95 55 INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER 
1956 ADMIRAL 10 Cu. Fr. 

ERATOR w push-button defrost 

a with cress-tep 


SLEY 10 Cu. . Shelve- 


9 Pei Seaton 
oS ae Go OR w ‘cross-top 157 


$457. 95 ‘55 NORGE 15 Cw. 

CHEST FREEZER 198 
$499 95 G.t. 12 Cu. . 2-dr, REFRIG- 
ERATOR with eutemotic de- 

frost and freezer 

$299.95 55 NORGE 1! Cu. M. REPRIG- 
ERATOR with cress-top 

; 166 


reere 
$549.95 "56 CROSLEY 128 Ge 
Fr. REPRIGER AtGs wise 7 eer 
$279.95 “55 DEEPFREE ¥. 
Pe. CHEST PREETZER $137 
$199.95 ‘55 QUIK.FPREZ 5.5 Cu. 
" ._ Reveroenares 

"SS NORGE . PR Dade. 
SernIGeRATOR of th automatic 


$109.95 ‘55 CROSLEY 7 Cu. f. REFRIG- 
ERATOR with cress-top 
$499.95 “56 CROSLEY 13 Cu. Pt. Shelve- 
dor rg po tn w ‘auto. 

detros 

$349 95 “meme 12.5 Cu. 

Ft. UPRIGHT FREEZER $189 
$719.95 ‘S56 FRIGIDAIRE 8 Cu. fF RE- 
PRIGERATOR with cross-top 

reerer 

$48995 ‘S55 HOTPOINT 12.2 Bia Bin 
REFRIGERATOR with 


service extre 
tor best 


or C.0.D. orders. Take your purchases with 
and where desired. All merchandise 


RANGE w deep- wel! 

and FREEZERS © | 
$579.95 “55 DEEPFREETE 14 Cu $237 
ht. UPRIGHT PREEZER 

$249.95 ‘55 KELVINATOR 8&8 Cu. M. OE. 
PRIGERATOR w — shelves, 

freezer and ¢ $122 
$467.95 “56 CROSLEY 4 Cw. 

Pt. UPRIGHT FREEZER 

$509.95 S6 FRIGIDAIRE 12 Cu. 
FRIGERATOR with bottom freezer, po~q 
detrost, doer shelves and $319 
cold pontry 

$389.95 “S64 CROSLEY 1! Cu. Ft. Shelve- 
dor REFRIGERATOR with 

@vto. defrost 

$399.50 “55 DEEPFREEZE 13.5 

Cu. . CHEST PREEZER 

$397.95 ‘SS HOTPOINT 107 Cu 
REFRIGERATOR Mostar 
Combination 


S77 95 CO HOTPOINT 
Deluxe UPRIGHT 
PREEZER 

$499.95 ‘55 NORGE 17 Cu. 
UPRIGHT FREEZER 

$249.95 ‘Sh FRIGIDAIRE 
REFRIGERATOR with 
freezer 

$399.95 “36 CROSLEY TI Cw. 
Fe. UPRIGHT FREEZER 

$449.95 “35 NORGE 12 Cu. 
tomotic ey mer yr ewracd with 
door shelves ond tree 


$399.95 “56 GE. I! Cu. Ft. $189 


CHEST FREEZER 


DISHWASHERS 


$279.95 ‘56 G.E. Mobile 


Maid AUTO. | $137 


DISHWASHER 
$289.50 '56 JAMES AUTO. 


DISHWASHER : $] 99 


1? Cw. 


© Cw. Mf, 


fr Cus- 


Deluxe Model . 


SUPER SPECIAL! 
LADIES’ NYLON 
, STRETCH HOSE 


Each individually wrap. 
ped ... slight seconds, 


sie cudnleik inns 
sybject to 


TODAY! SUNDAY! 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. ONLY! 


LAUNDRY 
EQUIPMENT 


Automata WASHER... +89 
$84 


eat $129 
$137 


$239.95 ‘54 FRIGIDAIRE 
4139 


149 


$299.95 ‘S64 GE. 
AUTOMATIC WASHER 
$249.95 ‘56 BLACKSTONE 
ELECTRIC ORYER 

$249.95 ‘564 KELVINATOR 
AUTOMATIC WASHER .. 
$1469.95 ‘56 CONLON 
ELECTRIC DRYER 

$139.95 ‘54 MAYTAG 
WRINGER WASHER with comp OD 
$179.95 "56 FRIGIDAIRE 

ELECTRIC DRYER $105 


Portable weinoen wasnen® 4 
$219.95 ‘56 G.E. $105 


ELECTRIC DRYER 
$139.95 ‘55 NORGE WRINGER "$74 


WASHER with pump 

TS eS 
Sanne meron $116 
AYER, 110220»... 2 OO 
$249.95 ‘54 WHIRLPOOL AUTOMATIC 


nr w / agitator $117 
$169.95 ‘54 WESTINGHOUSE * $99 


*99 


$239.95 ‘55 SENDIX 
AUTOMATIC WASHER 

$299.95 ‘54 MAYTAG AUTOMATIC 
WASHER w/egiteter $} 59 
ELECTRIC DRYER 
WASHER w/time-line $1292 
WASHER with pump 
$499.95 ‘56 BENDIX WASHER. 
$229.95 ‘55 NORGE ELECTRIC $1] 8 
metic AUTOMATIC WASHER 
4139 
$299.95 ‘56 WHIRLPOOL 
ELECTRIC ORYER 
ELECTRIC ORVER . 4137 
ELECTRIC DRYER, 110-220 v 
WASHER w/agitetor $88 


ochen 
$179.95 ‘564 WHIRLPOOL $99 
$239.95 ‘$5 NORGE AUTOMATIC 
control 
$159.95 ‘54 APEX WRINGER 

569 
$189.95 ° 
nactnc over ...... *HED 
TD ; $237 
DRYER, 110-220 vw. 
$319.95 "56 MAYTAG Super- $198 
$239.95 ‘S64 WESTING. $127 
HOUSE ELECTRC DRYER . 
$289.95 ‘55 NORGE 
AUTOMATIC WASHER 
ELECTRIC ORYER $] 77 
$319.95 "S64 NGHOU 
oo pata , . 5] 66 
$219.95 ‘55 NORGE $1] 4 
amomanc wanun... 199 
$259.95 "54 WHIRLPOOL 
$529.95 ‘55 WESTINGHOUSE WASHER. 
comemanon $289 
$189.95 ‘55 BENDIX 

$84 
$199.95. "S55 SGENDIX AUTOMATIC 
$254.95 ‘55 HOTPOINT 

‘79 


ELECTRIC ORVER 


$179.95 1956 CONLON 


*66 
| $69.95 1956 FOSTORIA 
CONSOLETTE 

RONER.... $24 
$299.95 1956 IRONRITE 


a sees S177 


10 “SAFE-PLAY” 
GYM 


2-inch tubing complete with sturdy 
6-1 —_ re ond chower 


Save on Last Minute 


MOTHER’S DAY SPECIALS 


ALL BRAND NEW IN CARTONS 


$2085 Ffeberwere Stainless 
Stee! Cook wore S$ 

Storter Set 

58.50 Hostess 7-Pc. 
Cenister ond 
Greese Set 

$4.95 Mostess Aluminum <3 3 


Aluminum 


Sor in pink oF 
furqvorse 


soe Stee! 


Plastic Dinnerwore 
$14.95 Ledies 
Swingtime Wotches 
$2.95 \Ledies 
Jeweled Pens 
$7.95 Detecto Beth. 


$7 95 Trewe!l Clock 
in leather cose $3.99 


$9.98 G.E. Almenoc Well Clock 
Tells Time, Dey end $6.59 
Dote, evtomoticolly 

$29.95 Hoover 

Cup Avtometic $15.90 
Coffeepot 

$9.95 6-Cup Auto $4 Sa 
metic Coffeemaker 

sme $14.50 
tric Corn Pepper $2.09 


De iuxe Avutometic 


: Skil het ond $9.95 
Cosserole w cover 
$19.95 Rote-Broil $6.99 


Electric Skillet 
$49.95 Per se® cter Pressurmet 
Pressure w~ electric 
hotplete & — $13 99 
met<c her ’ 
$19.95 Knees Morerch Qued 
cient $12.99 
Wattle Boker ’ 
$12.95 famous Make Electric 
Sendwich Tooster 

end Grill 


$5.95 Heir Orver $3.96 
w switch end stand 
$27.3) Toastmaster 6.99 


Nelson Elec 


A vtomeotic 
Toaster 


ian Savings On 


67 9S Agex Voowunm 


ye WP. moter $23.86 


‘e HP. moter 
69.95 Electric Twin-Bruch Floor 
Polisher & Scrubber complete 


ctedeant SSRN 
$39.50 Hem itor 
$19.99 


Beech Liew 
Biendor 
549.95 Rote-Broii 400 Supreme 


39.95 Zenith Portable 3 


Redie with reel 

ewey cord $24, 
64.50 lLedies Perteble 3 
Redie end Over 

me oe On. SRG 
199.95 RCA 1955 Blend MF 


Avutomotic Redio 
Phone Come 


HIGH QUALITY FURNITURE 


MODERN 4-PC. 
BEDROOM SUITE 


Deuble dresser, 
end bookcase bed in blonde 


fimish 


Our feos. 
Doub!e 
boot 


mirror, chee 


$229.95 


4.°C. BEDROOM SUITE 

dresser, mirror, chert ond 
cose bed with dust proof ond cen 
ter drawer guide, cordovan finish 


49°C. SEDROOM SUITE Triple 


dresset, mirror, chest and 


boot 
cose bed in grey mahe- $ 
gony. Our Reg. $319.95 210 
INNERSPRING MATTRESSES or 
BOX SPRINGS. Your choice $14 


of tull or twin Sizes 


SERTA INNERSPRING MATTRESSES 
or BOX SPRINGS. Your Choice 


of tull of twin $29 


 2e8 


TRIO BUNK BEDS 


A thendsome poir of twin 
beds. o convenient trundle bed 
spoce-saving bunk -bed 
ond comes 


or « 

. atlin-one, 
with 2 innersering mottresses 
2 springs, qverd rail and lod 


0 $67 


Our Reg 
$129.95 


INNERSPRING 
TO D% OFF 


FAMOUS ‘S8RAND 
MATTRESSES or BOX 
SPRINGS 20% 
CHENILLE BED SPREADS. In sev 
eral essorted co'tors 


MODERN 47°C. BEDROOM SUITE 
Double dresser, mirror, chest ond 
bookcase bed in wolnvt 
finish. Our Reg. $159.95 


MODERN 4-PC. BEDROOM SUITE. , 
Dovbie a mirror, chest end 


ene ua 9148 


MODERN 4-PC. BEDROOM SUITE. 
Dovole ee rror, chest ond 
bookcose bed in genuine $1 
wolnut. Our Reg $269 95 


MODERN 49°C. BEDROOM SUITE 
Double dresser, mirror, chest ond 


Regular $14.95 


LADY SUNBEAM 


Electric Shaver 


Complete with 


” $19 


HOLLYWOOD 8£D5 Complete 
with innerspring mofttress ond box 
spring on legs. Ovr 

Res. $59.95 


FOLDING COTS 
inPertoring mofttress 


Reo. $34.95 


DESK .CHEST COMBINATION 3 
drawer chest end i|-drewer Gesk 
in maple. Ovr feg 

$54.95 


4.DRAWER CHEST ln beoutiful 


— finish. Our Reg. $20 


wroucnt 1RON DESK ond 
CHAI®. Will be ef home in vir 


twelly eny room in your $19 


howse. Our Reg. $27.95 
Open te two 


$42 


SOFA BED. Opens to sleep two 
im essorted colors Our $42 
Res. $79.95 


STUDIO COUCHES 


2-PC. SOFA BED SUITE 
opens to tieep ? 
matching choir 


$179.95 


Sofe bed 


SLEEP CHAIRS 
ore 
reo tfress 


$139.95 


CONVERTIBLE SOFA Opens 
tieep two witht seperate | 
spring marttre 

covers 


$199 95 


2-°C. CONVERITBLE SOFA. Sete 
opens to seen woe, with senperete 
innerspring mofttress, lorge meotch 
Ow tee $220 


me chow 


$299 95 


SOFA LOUNGES 
A sote by dey end @ bed by 


might Converts infe @ full 


length bed. 


oa $28 


7.-PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE. Sefe 
ond motchineg cher, asserted 


frieze ney Ow Ree $145 


$219.95 

7.P°c INTERNATIONAL 
ROOM SUITE 
erey frieze 


$297.95 


LIVING 
Sete end cheir in 
Ow fee 


77°C. FISCHER LVING 8OOM 
SUITE. In green knubby 
frieze. Our Reg. $259.95 $160 


2--C. SECTIONAL SOFA 
foem rubber cushions $1 
Ow fee. $199.95 


$259.95 


2-PC SECTIONAL 
brown cubby tweed 
Our Reg. $199.95 


"$120 


Sote bed 
end choir to metch in nylon and 


foom rubber. Ow Reg $160 


$219.95 
WROUGHT IRON SOFA BED 
in essorted decorator col. 
Ow Reg. 
71993 $1 


2-°C. SOFA BED SUITE 


LOUNGE CHAIRS In 
styles and colers. Ow 
Reg. $57.95 


essorted 


SUITE. 
1 orm chelr 


in mohorany. 

$325 
CONSOLE 
Our Reg. 


9.PC DINING R8OOM 
Table, chine, buffet 
ond 5 side chairs, 
Our Reg 
$499 95 
MAHOGANY EXTEN. 
SION TABLE 
$79.85 


2-PC. 
LIVING ROOM SUITE 
Consisting of o lerge sofe and 
assorted 


$89 


cer te meth in 


tepesiry covers, 


Ovwr Reg 
$169.95 


MAHOGANY  DROP-LEAF TABLE. 


5.PC. CHROME DINETTES. Teble 
and 4 sturdy chairs. some slight? 
morred or scratched. Ow $2 25 
Reo. $79.95 


ALUMINUM FOLDING 
Cevered in woterproof 
seren. Ovwr Beg. $9.95 


CHAIRS. 


CHAISE LOUNGES. 
vies end colors 
Reg. $2795 


ln osorted 


™ $20 


ALUMINUM CONTOUR CHAIRS. 
As comferteble as they $19 


troctive. Ow Seg 
$29.95 

GLIDERS. With innercoll seat 
cushions, —— beck; ottrec- 
tive colors. Reg. $39 
$59.95 - : 


George's Newer & Greater Worel 


2146 - 24th 
PLACE, N.E. 


= 


Five Pages of Air Conditioning News and Advertising on D20-24 


-. . 


a 


The Washing 


Times er X 


fon Post 


lassified a 


FINANC 


GENERAL NEWS 


IAL 


7" 


SUND 


AY, MAY 13, 1956 


a 


THE WASHINGTON POST 
AND 


TIMES HERALD 
Local Retes 


Potnts 
Paz e of ry Distriet 
time ra 


—— on m akip 8 acs vot recular 


lines 
rates are wr on 


following 
al sneerwans 
time 
ES 606 


i e 
Words Lines time times 
10 ] 1.20 
15 ; 180 486 
20 ‘ 240 6 
RATE BEYOND R 
TRADING ZONE 
(80 mile rece of Weshington) 


Minimum > lines 


PHONE RE. 7-1234 


DEADLINES: 
a EDITION: 8 PM Fri- 
AnLY BOTTIONS: 4:30 P.06. 


Drecedin 


> 7 
times times 
S4c 48c 


| PAINT—Nothing 
r 


: and om 
lad 


sneatss, 


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30-31 
32 


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met ad 


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87-88 
6! 


To place your ad 


— AND PROPOSALS 


SEALED BIDS WILL a RECE! vep 
until noon. Friday. June | 

& the ses of thee Biate a 
0 er- 


7 » 
5389 a - hrey 
l frame 


. =| 


erty to mu 
Seperate bidding form and sccom- 
by two cert ihed or cap: 


LED BIDS WILL — aa ED 
Friday. May 25 

office of the State 

: Laure) 

purchase 
ocated on the 
G ful- 
Dillon 


ark ce— 

story br ick dwelline — 
Properties are located the pro- 
sed highway improvement "he. 
Meadows and Le Cc. Line. All 
these — eae nie must be 
the eround 1) 


oe 
mov dow ° 
IDMIGHT Brig ay 
ail bidding 
lo may 
te 


the 


ee ont accompanied the fi 
tifieg “or or ae ers ee he t first 
. 


f the bid an@ 
second 


ntee as oof 


istrict fice phone. PArkway 


AT: AUCTION 
PRIDAY. MAY 16. AT 10:30 A.M 


Ti-acre farm. furnishings. eauip- 
gel 4¥ 5 a oe south - Oranee. 
s 


NALD A. KING. OWNER 
4570 


DIA ORANGE. VA 


BUSINESS SERVICE "918 
Zh. PIPELINE CLEANERS for 


sewers sinks drains: best 
t: economical: efficient: | 


to, 
Additions. Sp S, | 


rms.. 


le 
mers. rehes. rec _ —Vie 
heat WORK OUARAN. o- , 3 
T ND. r 
efi hi Eee wife 
o ouses restored or purchased: 
all types ho 


me 

,ecreation rooms. 
kite 
* 


improvements 
dGormefs, 


ey 1921 | 
6-4 


@ room, 
ches, 


aiterations, concrete) 
remod Nalis Gene ral | 


| 7 
CK CONST a —Femait. & ac t 
mos. a: vie. Alex 
a ow vy 
a 
sere. BT. 39470 


34 and Southern Ave. SE. JO 


obs s specialty. AD. 3-364 
‘ithe pie : ata 


75¢ ott VE RPRIEC Kalo COO 

. ing in foreian car eer¥ ve 48) 

SA fie xr draperies cys. 
‘ut in eee ur home Bo 


hes. 
mechanic Wor 
o 


Brick, pointing. | waterproofing 
aping. 


plaster patching 
4-¢ . wh 


rented Service—ST. 3-7000 
BEAUTIFUT home for matured pet- 


panionship Ys 
ie 


“FURNITURE REPAIRS 
JAMES L. OARES CO.. RE. 7-0650 
|\MOVING—_We specialise in smell 
jobs in the metropolitan area; 
| Fas. —?a 4-7729. ) 
| MOVIN yard cleaning. spring) 
cleaning Calj Johnson, CO $-1234. | 
Alter 7 > mm. 
| PAINTING—Inside ana 

rine @nd plasterine 
on; free estimates 


outside. 
%.| 
G. interior 


ex 
work guar White mechanic Reas. | 
DU 7-8083, LA. 6-3116 Mr. | 


H. 
“ "ERG, "Shan te 


aoie odvancement 


| ferret 


= ° Fj ereater 


Bane 


Ine! 
lso 


Walters 


A ansed OG 


For a 


AU 
est rate t 
"Best reference 


pas ag wa 


address jabels 
of ri with 
ite Be 


Tax 


any on 
201. 508 


nierier 


. 
—_ ana exterior: | Y de 
carpentry st ir .. 
Workmen insur 
anytime 
PAINTING BY HUNT 


(agents 
8. —: , name. ware, 

Besuty Academ 1306 A nw 
Betier con- 
ersonality. ccess 
ass lessons. v. %- 


and cae a's 


~ Scdiedt = select 


st 


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neas. 
FA or HANGH ) : 
a] ey au U 0 1600. RA a 
Te oA sheetrock | 


Results come in with special s 
want ad in the big weekend 
urday and Sunday—in The Washington Post and 
Times Herald. 


Bigger and Better Results 
Bring 52,246 More Lines 


when you place a 
t Ad Sections—Sat- 


That's why people placed 52,246 MORE lines 
of classified advertising in the Washington Post and 
Times Herald last month than in April, 1955. At the 
same time, the other 7-<lday paper 
the 3rd paper lost 66,792 lines. 


lost 16,924 lines and 


The Washington Post and Times Herald is the 
in town that 


blished more ads last 


in April, 1955. Actually, 4,086 more, 


while other papers lost want ads. 


Phone REpublic 7-1234 
To Place Your Want Ad 


| ge and Sanding: ‘ee 


ARTICLES FOR SALE 12 
f you heve) 


D rRs—! 
cash and want to save money, see | 
PARAMO NT CO.. 2202 Ga . 


ree | 
oy PLASTE RING “Patch work al work | 
A tree estimates. JO. 32-9595. | 


PLASTERING. arpen- | FELLOWS 
tA Test ed, U-kads | THE DC TIP TOPPERS | 


CLUB FOR TALL FOURS | AL aa mre 
) bow t e 
ana sieve, “— 
Bes *Aitsot 
include phone 


used 5 
sm cant Px’ terms ay be arranged. | 
-238.. 


x* “SCREEN 
tom. nev. never 
2909. 


bt 
les aa 
’ 


7s? 
anvas 
bet ween —_— 
rite 


" vour ropes apres 


— 166 tter whe 
bil.heads. 200 e envelopes, Bl ) ANTiovE 
-~wy 4 lines o 7. 

Hammermil! Bend ) 
ree 3i 66e. 818th 


tan. — Otlice Tarniture| 


er Root | Re pairs—L. 42827 


ROOF Dev AED varanteed — 
workmanshi ond | 
eB, by estimate | 


a 2° Ta88 | 


: —_ : poster 


‘ANTIQUE four 


see. 
jock, week 


Ty ; 
spection is invited: Por further in-| seat. diming tabdie 
formation i = write anuel | chest ‘of irawers bureaa. writing 
ilsbere Lee-'| table. sold — mirror. 


igh, och echoo! ae 


a ee 


Phone 
gus 


oe rat. 


mw. 4k, 
Wisconsin zt. 


1QUE Geum chairs cabinets. 
Arlington 


= s ice ra. a = 


Fite 


i 


anout 
or anrvqums-—Cosntrr V rate 
land, Md.. Route |i of Colesvi 
Cai 4 All i pine pieces greatly reduced 
w 


Ma AQUARIUM TANK. 15-e8l 
$05 r. $20. JO. 2- 
—" pame 

95. evare feanetne 
male with bits. - 


' 
"| 
; 
: 


om 


cast fried 


w/liamp. | 


So HO an. 
~ fagstone 2 ee spe- 
wal and vatios.| 

ete Pree estimate | 


Ae “heir, 


(Bve- 
‘each 
rvPinc. = ing. gnost 


preparation and 
t service. pocervie pr ees 
, 


2 multiple ase compres- 
sors; 2 never used; 3 large biower- | 
gas heaters, electr welder. | 

tery chareers. etc very 
sonabie. cine out of 
77 ter 


"ss by 


ouNts 


se con 
omlpr ea &- (C2, for b peck wares | 


as & student - 
colleges or by * vt 
Pree booklet 

87 


, “$77 
MOTOR TRAVEL 1A 


we and aa 
shop. Cush- oe. HS. 
“Slice fa-| education 

4-9820. . | 2-17 M 
refit 


. 
potrepess. 


9 
32; Bish h eheirs. 
CRAVING for L A week of May 21 

tt r anes’. CE. 35-3455 Le ours. 4 

‘ or 3 passengers to Cali- 
oat | y ad Fw June 1. Reference! 


nts— Smishcounts | 
fan FOR SALE 2 we ae all ra TRANG prices. 


CCORDIO! mo er ° SH “N 
—~ rhi mestene inserts Cos “cnn ‘'N CRADLE 


‘its 9 ech coe _ ah 8 7 Missourt 
. 13 shift i pers. a opel hi ta SALE 


ar seins? bet 2 : | 95-659 95 
u t 3 ribs. orig. lst. S19 
| mee = 98-839 95 
434.95 ; 
reed. 
~ iss 
95-979 98 °| 


r M 
CPHOURTERING. repairing. 
= — ine 


Gane: 7 
Ge te order 
9 


- 
peries me oft- season 


ym i. clean 
$- 
¢ 


' 
Everyone looks down on 


Whos | 


Be assured of expert cleaning and 
\ 


ves 


Me ee ret 
Victor tiresees. ors. 514: 
eee es, teach. 
5-drawer chesta. a 
IS-col cap Oker| ¢ Chiferones. ofis 
bies. oF 4 8 
Peeding te \s eg orieed \. 


69 7 | 
erie. $12.5 
a Belt prre 
Rockers orie 95 $5 95 
vm sets _— Shover and 
; basketball pacseee 5 
rambles bgiew coat 
st ections 


; mpany JOSEP 
WHITE co. 616-918 STH ST. ! 


Sil New Jersey Ave 
3-986) 


- Tost 
BFAG 


“a” a , 4. accepted Tabies "ten 3 chairs. 


ANTIQUE — 
_Auction Sale 


ay ce = Ha es THIEVES MARKET 
- | 89 NORTH GLEBE RD. 


9| condition 
10 


=. wers 


a a mo oid male 
ha. st col 


4219 wiles te Ari mA: 


"BABY FURNIT URE 
gene ay aes 


EVE CONT EXAM PF 
APPRECIATE IM- 
ARD. MR 

60271 oo EM 


eevee] Thurs, May 17,9 P.M.-11 P.M. | 
Reward. Cal) Fri May 18, 7 P.M.-11 P.M. 
Sat. May 19,1 P.M.-11 PM. | 


male Similar to our estate sale —_ 
a ousands of choic 
Was 10 ei s of pieces of Eariy freneh 


Purniture er te, “tntheariohe. | AND TOY SUPERMART 


ARLINGTON, VA. 
‘4 blecks trom Hecht's 


across from Top'’s Drive-In) 


: | 
Pree 
. brown vy nH 

K —Garnet 


r 
has $ HORE! 2" of Sere | Stk 3-888 


BLINDS. WINDOW 


rea- | 
business nite 
| section, 


PERE ew, 8 Boon, SRY Foe al 


at r bie 
“| Sa x oy 


Wie |= ater colors, pr 
eine sda rok. “. Re- ippendale drop- lea! = 
riy pine Ruteh and corner cup- 
male | rd Inlaid bow-fromt Mar- 

n color. small oe auetry 6 r 
eoorland lane. ch. | undreds eces of porcelain. 
. chandeliers 


ir 2 amg ee % 


jest April 
“Orientals and hooked Bher- 
Tue rar sapebire nord te rive te deem ) 
Helena Rubenstein Bea 
reward; no Guestions osha “ | 
~5434. 


upDDY 


Ss. old 


o2any) . iren 


mu 
~ aly 
stores. 


“NO LOWER PRICES 
ANYWHERE 


2457-61 18TH 
(Ongosite m bass r Freatery 
¥ 
w- vn 
elec 


trot tates. . an ‘im excel. cond. 
| 7 vouth. ‘excel. cond. 


#45 Complete. te 
"rein, complete. manos . 


ware Steinway 
Prench  Vic- 
con: —— 


. ape 
(perfect 

rner cup>oar 
Collection of case 


>—Masonic diamond: vic. Fort co 
Washington. Reward. JO. mod oors 
ter 5 
ry le wit good items too nu- 
vie * Porest 
or LO. 7- 


z ac 
i mel. . Me) Trem estates. ete. 
we & months te run this 


ABD CollectTous 
SALE, RAIN OR SHINE! 
JA. 8-9463, JA. 5-4116 
LU 


hes 1ISES 
: | Tuesday & Wedn 
vctioted: 


, silver hammered ¢ croo oe 
handle. dark «ree pat erase 
o in vicinity of 
estination Eliza 

e% 


. dou r. 
box «s ving 4 mabtress. $30. 


a, 835. din. te 
3-546. 1-5 


GE rée- 


5 Ph 


Pn + 15-16. 
bm m 
ichard Kline 


FURNITURE 
BRAND NEW—3 ROOMS 


$219 


LIVING A beautiful modern sofa . . . comfortable 
ROOM = armchair . . . plus 2 end tables and match- 
ing cocktail table. 


A beautiful modern 3-piece set . . . large 
dresser with ‘mirror, roomy chest of drawers, 
bed, plus pillows, etc. 


DINETTE A modern 5-piece dinette set. 


SUITE 
ALPERS TEI? N’S 


1020 7th St. 
VY Block Above N. 38 ‘Ave. 


Open Daily, 9 A.M.-6 P.M; Mon, and Thurs. 9 A.M.-9 P.M. 


rig. 868: 
AD 41210 BT. 


Gruen. 
or oe bik 


90G 
Spitz. - 


.. at y a 
he tee Sa ne| ct 


© chinese bowls. CO. 8-369) 
bite a ATHER. T7535. 
800: Simon 
‘ e at ia. 


8-8559 
EASY TERMS FREE PARKING FREE DELIVERY 


fy bn 


Seaton FOR SALE 


ight colored 

th springs 
chest 

186 : 


D ou, ft 
elec. fan on stand 


R 
mah. in RCA: 
ot can be seen ry 3045 University Ter- 

r 


nicht oan ’ dresser, 
rawers nt OL. 6-5 


BEDDING—DISGOUNT 


Pamous mattress and bex « 


unit. &-rey. 


} ir 
"cabinets instruments, ete.: 2 11 


and 2? yrasereune "weadfeg os 
like a dinner 
. ore a 
feguces SS ine Bows 
SEGAL BROS. 


" Perfect me- 
on. Knee action. 


acres 


OM 


Pte ee as ——| Dist 


2. a Sta WS offer. 


yo 
BICYCLES 


Discount sale: Rolifast 
lh siees; from 


3-speed: 
lew re , 
A PORT CE 
19 Ba ee velis. 


- oe 


eee 


PES at N. Kirk- 


JA 


ee | 
LoRBER bivd 3d iA. “+ “Tae 


ane Private ‘brary ie ee: 
=! Brith, Civil W 

1. aritime, naval. westerns. art 
biography. literature. poetry. 
litical science, history novels, juve- 
i itioms lar 


. 
ode hand bindings 

Many items $2 “end $4 per denen | f Asst 
OL. 4-3385.. 


be 


2% te 4 in. thick. 9 

see other terrific 
copene 

SURPLUS 


sh = obivd 


size 
Come 


GOING olf St OF BUSINESS | Wa 
All Books at Cost or 7s ishop 
ea or, Me antique. free standing 
Ti 9 nny an 


BOOKKEEPING Mech 


ba =e . he 
rte EP Waickino CO. co 


BURLAP (NEW) 


Por paving contractors. construc- 
then comtracters end other wusers 


ay. ‘A BAG co 
DI }o0es 

turday "tH 4:30 
warcnass j 


Ra 
am. 4 
used office 


FREEZER OWNERS 
et ~~ your Secher with 
_ | ESCONTAL FOOD PLAN 
4600 Wisconsin Ave. NW. 
WO. 6-6536 


re REFRIGERATOR. Ad. Ad. 


FREEZER ‘ae 
Ad 


miral. il cu 


mos a 
stove like af 
sale 4A. 7-92971 


-EREEZER ¢ 
us Pus. 


ol | 
iv 


rtain strete . vee 
vum aaner. elec. bdroller 
ohest. many other items 


eae euiek ER 


cer 8 udent micro- oe 
or best oiier. JA. aC. rtes AD si 
win and 
ip nin fh 
s cu od airs. a 
tet Ae cha i 


friese. $35: sale. bed with 
age. mncrepring & mattress. nicht 
bench. 


a ea vf 
lar rod Comer amera. Anak 
“PING SUPPLIES 


4 clothe. meses kits. | 
‘ ’ torn. compasses 
Ss etc w 


orm 
stan 


’ orm | 
National Fiee:| rock ostnan 


Bac cet ae 
Spree ghee 
FURNITURE 


¢ ahead 
3 ROOMS 


c Fa “year, a 
ITEMS—Thinése Peking 
BRAND NEW 
FOR ONLY 


es brass table curios 
p> | cha and club ay, 
$245 


NO MONEY DOWN 


Easy Terms, Free Delivery 


SWANK FURN. 


ah H ST. NE 
. 3-8700 


“TVs, WASHERS, DRYERS, REFRIGERATORS, _ 
AIR COND., FANS, FREEZERS 
SAVE UP TO 75% 
300 Appliances—tLarge and 
Every One at Wholesale or Below 


Must Be Sold—No Reasonable Offer Refused 
We Guarantee to Beat ANY Appliance Price 


OPEN TODAY-SUN., 12-4 


cntes 9 ‘9 
1193 Wasa Point. suto. 
ie Ne 


iherd. 
~ 
cellent t 
. price 


A. new 7 =. 


= rine : He ai- “in. 
console. 


TRI-STATE APPLIANCES 
Wholesalers 
8433 Georgia Ave. Silver Spring, Md. 


, 
4 


f 


JU. 9-7001 


ARTICLES FOR SALE 


GAS RANGES 
NEW $9 "aya 


aaNet 


egor regis 
$35. JA. | 


ARTICLES FOR SALE 12) 
2s, china cabinet: reas. JA. 68-2969. 


isting of 
sofas. 


uffea GOLF CLUBS r 
“ red. § irons. eet 


RY NG SCA 
anccenr Sprit 
sae | 


| GUITA AR 
r jer ampli 


banat’ dy iron. ify ne room 7 
pottee table. 2 end 
ood beds 

$200 
FURNITURE — Tree 
antique msheceny 
drawer 


silver cabinet. 
free rt Fedio- “phone. 
F Seared 


Chest 88: 
breakfast 


—" ine 


buffet. 


ones 
antique white an 
‘ pta 


“7a 4680. ‘esa ai 
cos 


‘s HEARING -_- Fijvertona. 
+; ing! 7%. best 
>. spkr 

cond. | 


H1-F1—20- watt amo.» preamp . 


per! 


BEDS —Adtustabie trpe.. 
—j hoe cond. 835 W.' 


iM st. af 
R MEATER = - 30 
; reas. OL. 4 


A eee itches “Tanee. J 
NK 


. ND SIND 
rérobes. "FoR Need 8 few re AD satinen 
pod-| for st b See 
need 
te 
7 
eed 


inancing 
6 


FURN.—Liv 


— are dinette 
rm... hide- e: bed vi 


ARKIN aY 
ter grade of furniture te fur- 
me at —e reduc 


bar 

night tables vie 
any other item = 
na what 


ged —- “Ti set ae ie 


Are. nw days i 


oak breakiact 
aoe ieee 
$2 oo us. ena tables 42.50; fe Ds. 
pictures, mirror | tt, } 


‘oe 


FURN.- 
complete 


12 


vs. 


Rie ancirons. §200 or offer 


Branch re. nw. at mepetene. 10-5. | 


(A ; 4 
- - guaran. 
rts. 


screens 


spinet deak fait | 


thes. Sid) 


sie ” pieces, ff 
RA 
wu tity il ivory se eet | 


ta + 

ay 3 wsity table, ¢ chrom. 

pt. size er 

_— at fine condition hieas TU 

Gemitasse sets iayrines.| ~ otis 
peture iymes mes OL ue one r shop sivle che 

an ary f HARRY 

Peachoicw a} ies. 8 . 


Pink aS te come 


Maple mehoe. 
studio couch, 
* 5x12 green gumener | 


‘Barve 
recreation roms 
24 by he. me 
OFFICE FURNITURE 
SPECIAL PURCHASE 
twin begs TRADE-IN, Reconditioned, Used 
200 Desks—All Sizes—Colors 


3 .** 


“FURNITURE. 


Letter Files—$15 Up 
300 Chairs—$3.50 Up 
20 SAFES—$50 Up 
Tables—Bookcases—Lockers | fer 
vance New and Used—$25,000 Stock 
to Choose From at Savings 
Up to $75% 


Se 
udio 


CLOS EOUTS . 


Desks—Mahogany and ainet re- 
conditi ned executive desks. $24.50 
. 


while 
sks—A steel secretarial and 
> and ]- 


De 
Sur dT b0 CT nest Vind Na. s38o 


utyrest | wt "iinele pecesta! 


DOE Springs.| wal Ny aothe 
pi. ! desk éea! for 
- beds new 8125 
tresses, $59.95 


: of 
Bealy in- : 
nersprine mattresses. 95 834.59) 


steel. 64.58. ex- 
Open Fri. and Mop nights. Budeet Bareains for ev- 
terms available rowsing invited 


| re value 
FURNITURE ae olga amy blink ae 
omplete ‘oft 
OFFICE yyy) 


SPECIAL 
NOTICE! 


We have expanded our 
warehouse showrooms | 
over 100% to provide 
our customers with a: 
larger and better selec-| 
tion of the best used of-! 
fice furniture in Wash- 

ington. If you have not) 
seen our excellent stock, | | 
now is the time to pay us| 
a visit. We offer the! & 
best merchandise avail-' 
able anywhere at com- 
petitive prices. 


n — atte R Pe wal- 
liv rm. su 

holstered | slip covers. 
screens. 
rus, wt 


8s: 


‘ca ey Pn cond. 


ale carpeting. 
ingle maple bed. drew 


Orienipis . 
cha Ay y tea set, 


ishes *' $357 Broad 


is bed ce and Otto-| 
color Reason ably | 


ee 
love- 
table 
7 


ex 
$150. 
-onsole 


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ME. 8-1586 


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TERMS—85 PER WEEK 


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3-room outfit consisting of blond bedraom suite, fine 
box spring and mattress, sofa bed and matching club 
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OUR PRICE, $293.92 COMPLETE 


$169.50 VALUE $107.50 VALUE 
Biend double dresser and mir- Custom - built studie couch. 
et makes twin beds 

CE $109.99 OUR PRICE 659.95 
and leaf, 


$119.50 VALUE 
Large club chair, custém 
cabi- quality foam cushion 
OUR PRICE $59.95 
$259.50 VALUE 
Genuine Pisher Duolounge with 
fime innerspring mattress: sleeps 


2. 
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ror. 


$375 VALUE 
ine mabog. tab 
6 gnats. buffet and 


$69 50 Valve 4 
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dinette ona 3 4 vohale 
$79.50 VALUE 


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OUR PRICE $39.99 


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BUDGET. ACCOUNTS INVITED 


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907 7th St. N.W. EX. 3-6742 
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up 


ky trainee, Tak. +2 95800 Er, Annette D. Tatelman Retines on new cars 


el 2 235 Woodward Bige, 15th & H NW mm. - 7... with aethertale tor 
ave ruin Ke Adv. Specialty EXPERIENCE of postwar service t eareeness, = et rio Soe ole | 


Sorin clearance ND :: + flight schools who have served 


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we 8 a 416-895 for ir pient . . SALESMEN th Fores ake vided. In piease 1311 South Fern St. 
i —n| Ae aces aes | Electronic & Mechanical | -rop promotional MEN | ser eu 


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1 and upon successful completion DRAFTSMAN—| sat, & ; 

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A RI INES _ 4 ' , ~ ,| Unitmited opportunities are syvall- 

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, : . le to men betw 21 and 30. to 

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i “18. tn console ee na wna = S men ay ols. a. 4 Ford pre m * we (1 bik. of f Jefferson Davis Hwy 
: NEEDS iy i ty en fulths “the okaee qual. ra = progucts v . oe : " 

rare women, 18- Hw 6. ered GENERAL P.R CORP. ifieations telephone Mr Duane ASST. OFFICE MGR. 


be abie 


ern AN ‘Bite Route | at South 15th Se) 
re Pord 


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tandard oll plan most 

seme, ry) and . 1368 Beacon Street enas : m. Monday through Geaierth to. pt ene TR ~ ox a ag | v1 ay Hy ) . 

Be PSs ae or ah ° Brookline 46, M 4y-¥ excelent oppor nity Re ps K~- 

free home ; om: 99 PARK AVE., N.Y C. rab BO mim : by aster Sleomen best Oe NICTON. alex. 

ATK BUCT Installation aoe sar renilces | M H 1 3.90 itions, hospitalization | 

a ? 7 Apply it North Quince at urray / 00 A onention “vith pay. demonstrators. cA 

. Je 66 AIRLINES NEED ngto Twos sm ona'd tea Ext. 241 (N.Y.C.) REAL BATATE pera Se See, ee | one eon rane CH. 


five: od tpgreene tne An Invitation popitidn vin ealae'Waned, Fea, eviats anot ape 


7 7 


bitte super apes sme 
Interviewing in Washington May 14, 15 Eee sea “ahs "Puildines | fh went WA 


For 4. —-. >. istory an oane wee 

Salary 84.000. Box 3. Post i aren ED Aivkans ra . shipping dept 
To rv Better ENGINEERS ~ ASST. BUYERS mn bre bs My ¥ pti 
AND SCIENTISTS Letts gl gine eM | CARI as 


ca- 


’ ec tg ps "to atads “or. bet ont train 
C80; 8 7 “ me of | rs Sea GAB STATION attendant 
, fue t Way Ot Lite JOIN THE LEADER IN ing offers an unlimited ae _ Atente ee Acer 


rnin t and secven 
ee panes. prestice turdey ml oc 911 


SS ter hate good ‘Day AERO CONTROL SYSTEMS! SOUS Ears OFFics more apt be. barber: young | 
Peeled. in- THE HECHT CO man preferred aie. ave. BOOKKEEPER 


is 
along! Preps 
th trade now . wi 
18-35 "write for Bree y Book. ‘Bars. . ac eyysion— Ma. 2 
° . WASHIN N — (Colored): te haendie! 
2 | ine Powe So re I } ¢ , De 18 Honeywell the leading manufacturer of airborne PrP @T. AT ON Nw white trade. Experiented and re-| Familiar with jab-cost account- 
dinteeany 4 rn c 


niitties 
Sean control systems, needs capable Research and De. —AUTO PARTS + labie. Excel pe ae cendi- Sifnes 
velopment Engineers and Scientists at all levels ater sae eaten Job ching \ secounting help 
of responsibility. — man to work in Ford part ots zi Ft ivoir, 


' s —. 
Many factors combine to make for a better te Ber BUYNAK | "erect . 70%. Apply at) APPLY 


; ineers who join Melpar. -—Join Honeywell and participate in research maAee ; Rhode sslpnd Av M se i 

’ a. _ way of life for eng bh bh M < and development programs in the following chal- LEE : : . Rn sland _ wy a in — 

beepers 4 “s$-5108. we Mh exis: Located in suburban Falls Church, Meilpar lenging areas: Operational Digital Computers, want ting Florida | Ticense , 
. 


: heave jet us he 
i ; ful surroundings away from Automatic Flight Control Systems, Jet Engine Fuel NEC = modern.| us help you rida Barber Col- 

classes. Tee Pass ore is set in ope ry th Y Controls, Air Inlet Controls. Bombing Computers, — n + Bs le ay | acksonville, Fi NEMS-CLARKE, INC, 

NA 8- 240" SCHOOL. cor congested trattic areas ar within easy Air Data Computers and Instrumentation and Dis- a hella . - pM — wy Oo Duks a. 919 Jesup Blair Drive, 


italizat ts . 
commuting distance of Washington. | play Equipment. This is “stall Sher "ta nese , cE el ed Silver Spring, Md. 
wk. gvuaran- 


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* |e duate. stile fer Stee inferma- 

aie eas ata, Set | As ok | rE IES 

interference Write for Catales Should you join Melpar you would tie your As @ Research or Development Engineer at a = 2900, roa $100 wk od gree caue preferred, Wil or comets 
: ‘ te 0a that of 8 com Honeywell you will have freedom to plan your Wiscensin Ave s.. — i The charge of bees 1th 

own pro essiona grow °o a own work, and to direct your activites along the m 


pany which has doubled in size every 18 paths of your greatest interests. You will raise 


months for the past decade. Melpar main- your professional status by working with some WE ARE EXPANDING, AND WE NEED 


of the best-trained and most progressive eng'- 


tains a policy of INDIVIDUAL RECOGNI- neers end Gtlentints in the oviation intustre. 
TION which enables our engineers to prog- 


= tten 
a #933 . aew x ew ° 
ING MACHINE —Wores.| Cal wach. 
type, condition . ress SCHOOL ‘Est. 40 yrs.) Gor. 1ath , 
metal o r cheirs good eal. ress according to their own timetables, not —To qualify for one of these opportunity-filled FLEC RON ICS ENGI N EERS 
| Peeeun TRAINING to bean 


bea 

HE} 55 te 658 | “ture al subjects ~a FP rev lity an rformance positions, you should have a bachelor’s degree or 

- » sell need Toom. A c| for tt Yar te day nck prearranged ones. Ab ya d pe . higher in Electrical Engineering, Aeronautical 

primarily determine advancement. Age; Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical 

U tenure, length of experience are only sec- an Mathematics, Physics or a related DHY | IS S 
field. Experience is desired in precision electrical 

ome ondary considerations. 5 electronic, mechanical or hydraulic devices such 

| ate duty: excel, pay - | as gyros, altitude and machsensors, accelero- 


: SP. 3-721 S 
: anes H tall ‘e hd 

tchess : A one: Bs a -— - 2? —_ pease nec | Medgar s unique project team system al. meters, operational computers, servos, compensa - M A Al . NG NI | R 
4-41.72. arty Ben ceines® | , tors and amoplifier-calibrators 


iS Cans Gal ana | Atk lows each engineer to experience the 
¥ CLAsees | OVER-ALL APPROACH to an engineering 


| Por ree Looker visit. write. phone 


Instityie o SB ng -—PRODUCTION ENGINEERS are also needed to 


problem, thus enabling him to broaden his direct the production of the above components = 
“experience and background essential to and systems. These engineers will analyze de- New fields of activity such as er aay pk and guided yen 
WATER HEATERS i, ' | pon Each signs for productibility and reliability, guide de- plus the continued rapid expansion of other projects and facill- 
GLASS LINED WANTED | eventual directorship res sibility. ac sign toward economical and speedy production, ties, create immediate opportunities in the following fields for 
Men. women te train as announc- project group is responsible for an ENTIRE establish process methods and contro! and direct PHYSICISTS, ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS and MECHANICAL 


arantee % os ls ers, writers. directors cameramen. ) designs through production. - To qualify, Produc- ENGINEERS. 


floormen 
iBiRG aye! horsbust fatio a at problem, from initial conception to com- tion Engineers should have a background in pre 
pletion of prototype. \ cision electrical, mechanical or hydraulic devices; 


x: niy wth reciin-| | 
port bie. - — and must be ftamiliar with process evaluation, FIRE CONTROL 
: mo. 6300 


Get a Better Job cost estimating, tool ordering, metals fabrication 


fv Complete facilities are at the engineers’ and mahutacturing—assembly operation 
EARN MORE MONEY LEARN uring—assembly operations. 
: cee & TYPING. disposal. Our new laboratories encompass PULSE TECHN lOU ES 
SPEEDWRITING 


6 Weeks | tndotter, m adiion toa Carta Mods! [CONSIDER THESE MICROWAVE TECHNIQUES 


Shop, supplementary facilities, test equip- NUMEROUS ADVANTAGES GUIDED MISSILE COMPONENTS 


ment and persenne! available for immedi- 


ate use within each project group. —Salaries, imsurance-retirement and vacation pro- ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES 


grams are all first-rate, 
Hous wan @, : es 
fe DISCOUNT “he 0 Engineers wishing to work toward higher ——honeywell, leader in controls for over 65 years, RADAR 
| : degrees may take advantage of the fully produces over 12,000 different controls and con- GUIDED MISSILE FUZING 


PRI. NITES 
OWe ask only tha that ve you come in and trol systems for the home, commercial buildings 
r ! r ! : 
fog ot, Washing ton's largest, most accredited graduate courses available at industry and defense. This steady record of 


Children’s. s uper ~y ‘ i sores, Meipar. achievement and broad diversification means pro- SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 


5th and K NW. : ee es posi gressive expansion and permanent opportunities 
SCHOOL. cor 12th If you would like to learn more wor yeu t@ advance, PRECISION MECHANISMS 


w 
So. 


 ——————————————————————— OLORED LEARY TYPING. |v aheast the a th eid 4 , ' ; 16 
ANTIQUES ___| Sak sean come OE que growth oppor- standing educational opportunities MECHANICAL COMPUTING DEVICES 


ee, Bie yemabic antic or machine shorthand : munutes from the Univ. of Minn Continue your 


| Xir conditioned TEMPLE SCHOOL tunities at Melpar, call formal learning while Honeywell contributes 
By Pe We ae et, toward your tuition se Shee QUALITY CONTROL AND RELIABILITY 
Technical Personnel Representative ANALYSIS 


—toneywell peys travel and moving expenses 


KESTRACTORS a 
ANTIOUES Trae ele Jefferson 4-6000 © the Land of 16,000 Lakes HIGH-SPEED AUTOMATION MACHINERY 
Used Furniture | ACCOUNTANT sctacboteste tienivesimapties Ding =i ELECTRO-MECHANICAL PRODUCT DESIGN 


Or drive out to Melpar and ine provide golf, sailing, swimming, skiing and skat 


Excep' ona! opportunity with one) 
WANTED co ies fe we me 7 une ac : spect our laboratories at your Pon a barge gs | dy Bee phe pane SHOCK’ AND VIBRATION ANALYSIS AND 
counting degree , aed 
JA. 8.9630 or bs veer. . a ee pee convenience. yay 9 ag An unusually triendiy city for you SIMULATION 


JA. 53-8814 | sexe ova isl id cat ea PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES 


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quirements, 


WE BUY EVERYTHING _,| Brusewict. Maite, Csiender co WASHINGTON INTERVIEW 


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ONE ITEM OR ENTIRE ESTATE Merten, Wa. Network Theory — Systems Evaluation — Microwave Persons at all levels of experience are needed .. . Emerson is a 


' | n, tter chal nging assign- 
’ SD GUNS. MPAINTIN 3B. bays” wal Technique = UHF, VHF or SHF Receivers — Analog Honeywell representative R. S$. Nordos will be ir werent”, nat rah anton : — 0 on b e ae oo 
: NO CON ATIONAL Computers —- Magnetic Tape Handling — Digital Washington for interviews at the Woodner Hotel ments ompany Deneftits, including on-the-job gracuare Si dy 


ALSO DEALERS’ STOCK Computers — Radar and Countermeasures — Packag- Monday, May |4, from | to 9 p, m., and Tues- programs are available. 
ined SERVICE ing Electronic Equipment — Pulse Circuitry — Micro- day, May 15, from noon to 8 p.m. Please phone 
F LEA MARKET MEN ‘ 


| | HUdson 3-4400 to arrange an appointment 
wave Filters — Flight Simulators — Servomechanisms 
200 LEE HWY. ARL..| VA. ¢ the largest agency but not . dates are inconvenient, please mail your resume 


to take & personal in- —— Subminiaturization — Electro-Mechanical Design— to: BRUCE WOOD, Technical Director, Dept N. A., 
JA. 8. 9630 om pry Smal! Mechanisms —— Quality Control and Test Minneapolis-Honeywell Reg. Co., 1433 Stinson 
JA. $0573 panies. ee atlonal “om Engineering — Antennae Design. Bivd. N.E., Minneapolis 13, Minn. LJ. 2-6800 
- & - . 


MINNEAPOLIS 


| EMERSON RESEARCH LABORATORIES 
MELPAR, Inc. Honeywell 701 Lamont St. N.W. . 


A subsidiary of Westinghouse Air Brake Company. Aeronautical Division Washington 10, D. C. 


3000 Arlington Blvd. | ia tion 
g d ; Rios tnmaiecins) divisions located im: BOSTON, CHIC A Division of Emerson Radic & Phonograph Corpora 


, DENVER, FREE F . 
gt Falls Church, Va. : aaa W POR LOS ANGELES, PHILADELPHIA, TORC 


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Evening or weekend interviews will be arranged at your convenience. 


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ute required rat ‘ulated | under ot our! BALLISTIC MISSILE Offers interesting op- FIELD SERVICE tory ENGINEERS. ME EE 
Ing Dror —t salve fitgn fa . ; portunities in its en- | Siew "ttety"itctateclme Pld | piled. research and “ade 
rt.| Consistent. wit ‘tae ih an of Science dearee. offers attractive oppor- gineering division for START IN shits RADIO DESIGN 
yamqoment. ra tunities to electronic publication engineers ‘* FIELD SERVICE. e* y 


C.J 
ier technical personnel in to write and edit basic 


in 4 “Shot ba 
HOT SHOPPES ,~ saleeman with oe om Pa the fields of customer engineering manuals 
on "b ‘| training, customer serv- in the following 


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE COMPUTER is ¢ 
1341 GSt. NW., Rm. 200 | dsoartment experienced ice, and laboratory de- | fields: 
deer Hcbmeuy—mcvess| .,., ELECTRICIANS | velopment and test 
' PROGRAMERS with experience jn denture wax-| il! ola sad new werkt pormneer: STRUCTURES 
isa ets ge wo ears "the, ;| Persons with  school- ELECTRONICS 
pee Fett = “| ing, service or indus- VIBRATIONS LOCATIONS OPEN ALL OVER 


Applied mathematician and) -" caice MANAGER trial background will be MECHANICS ‘ THE U. S. AND ABROAD 


theoretical physicists—pretfer- : 
*| ably with digital programming| Youne. fast erowine company has ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS | considered. ELECTRICITY 


e*berience — are fod ‘ten-| 1" ote  * ans, Ay FOR 
mediately. paid salary. com-| Design & Development Th iti 
CARPENTERS iia arpa | Labowton WASHINGTON | the salary range of 
Permanent employment—in-| AAECHANICAL great. expansion possibilities, You INTERVIEWS, $5,000 to $18,000 
side work—40-hour week. Op- sales | personality” and. apti WRONG SOMMERCAL MAY 18 & 19 a year, pa mation and ox- 
portunity for advancement. confidentis! —prelimin infer We have oe yoarniet. ae Muitary ENGINEER: 
APPLY IN PERSON Design Checkers Ett aren nd tor qualified — Phone Mr. Roland Hood at Contact CENERAL Fhe 
er 


is ie — Clean | up man: at EXecutive 3-5888 on P ease. Good | ; 
3000 ARLINGTON BLVD. ~ Foy Fn 4p APPLY wonvene Ware 19 A. MM. 80 PROFESSIONAL ELECTRIC CO. mtn aby 'e 


FALLS CHURCH. VA. Men with mechanical design! work: salary $32.50. JA 71-9752. Monday-Friday BK a Gy. wetter * | EMPLOYMENT OFFICE ream Send, ee. 2. Bow’ ise —— MECHAN ICAL 


and checking experience to : 9am. to4o.m EROINEERS 
MELPAR, INC. | Stings in’ sccoconce) SNe, sateen! «in : PROFESSIONA ENGINEERS ENGINEER 
arg, ‘gun im sccondonce | Sis denuiok Yi" Fach eal] NEMS-CLARKE, INC. EMPLOYMENT orrice) MAARTIN FieLD service | TRANSISTOR 


919) Blair Dri 
policy and government speci- VISION LES MANAGER esup Dia ve, 
i Des| fications. n specialty sales “oft. Silver Spring, Md. On Digital Computers CIRCUIT 


ee apie oe - Baltimore 3, Md. | WASHINGTON AREA | ¢- 
: ae. Salary will be commensurate Rg commensurate ELECTRONIC MARTI N Or Germany—F rance— ENGINEERS 


ct na ee 


salary 


fe! 
= ~ 


Facilities 


h ability. We maintain all 

Company. inc. Out sin| with education and experience.| sonnel expense and Ananeine Rati . Japan 

: ‘stoplight | be- DU. 7-8070 to quaitfy for appoint- ENGINEERS Electronics. vil ex- Cpalienss st. openings ip the Belg 
yond Nav ali. ment. ‘only per. & t fin. . te 81 i ivans or cire 

_— Chanute drive, right to INTERVIEWS DAILY DRAFTSMAN TECHNICIANS Balti <a tt _™M pore BOYD'S. Treiping or Hhectronic: 


ev 7 a a oR ~~ engineering research Technical schooling plus S : ) ENGINEERS i! jocettone Bhan pur 
only , 


t ; Reeaoe > minim f . experi 
r ° Ogg ig Saturday by Appointment downtown. bullding "needs an ex in ie. bd we tion oe. overseas. * men ; 
penile ——Tas Separation of charts. sraphs. end testing of prototype electronic| ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS EXCELLENT SALARY | ace ped, Ceti 
. bee bam. 2040 ERCO DIVISION celle nt ~~ +p co. equipment preferred (7) Army of : — or FIELD EReELeS sg° olenen . 
e 7 ° erseas , ° 
bis int cove-in_Alineten ACE | Summer joy which, may develop] p F865. sine eee 1108 STRUCTURAL : , ONU lary—aup to $12.000 
ndustries, Inc. fame ermanent position be fan | Pay in accordance with quali- HIGHWAY 


Sa 
‘ (Commensurate with experience) 
Cashier—Grocery RIVERDALE, MARYLAND | Security clearance necessary| fication and ability. Kia ae ae “"M » On " NROE 
WA F peeeee call Mr Wes it LR, ite Eve Nw Moving allowances arranged. 


Clerks . 71-4444 g-608 Ext. 2 5 to | che — a ' N NM hi Co. tt me tm co to:| Mr 
- Guided Missile Research and| ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS | 8 unt J: e and field. tor! Calcu naps — ine Technical Personnel Bert” 966 


RE TS: COMPOSITOR ~ PFYRPAETCAAANS ~ e ; sam item a. (opportunities Ave. ins. N. J 
— DRAFTSMAN | Development Program off a ew le Ro ARMA 


Over 21, or Draft Exempt | SHEIRY PRESS” et ene ae rf Be ect stron el piphworn Bridoes ond GENERAL 

oo 2 Stayt ween pe ONS TRUCTION SUPT Up To ment. "y.E ana ra “ENGINEERS, Core. Oar a Guy, laband. ELECTRIC CO. 
verte, por me = ~ ing Project waging ingeon apuire send $5200 eS Feigeerioe iesrmorares Gneen my PLpARANT oie - COMPUTERS ) 5 ean 

pigieegeatet boomer | a | ser year depending oon expert.| 9AM. TO3P.M. TENGINEERS SS - H, 


; Freining program 
al opportunities. . ence. Fermenent commercial work IN OHIO TO 69000. No FEE ae pay. I DESIGN ERS &. DRAFTSMEN 
SALARY RANGE fet ain, atten “fad age| The Johns Hepkins DRAFTSMEN iad sine 8 SS ae 

KER 8 hr. di ere. fees © University STRUCTURAL es Pt A penags for et Positions in Airframe, Mechanical, Electrical 
if igre 4 ix! Groups 


Ist 6 months, $67.24 wk. Y . i $45 WEINSCHEL ENGINEERING APPLIED PHYSICS HIGHWAY i N.Y. Ave. NW. ‘sr. 3-3207 and Equipment Design 
—..._ ensingion. Marrying __ 


2nd 6 months, roe ha wk. AD) ¥: ad | r 
3rd 6 months, $72.24 wk. Watteha LABORATORY 
dih 6 monthe, $7424 wh DRAFTSMAN Reiger tcc Fes Sah Sr ENGINEERS & PHYSICISTS 


After 2 rs, $80.24 wk. 
come 42¥4-Hour Week) Se ter ek Sate wk prolect ip, 2 new nit-oend “Ser SILVER SPRING, MD. CAPITAL AIRLI! NES 
These salaries are for in- JONAL ate SERVICE enced draftsman te fe hela ee EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION Green Associates, Inc. Positions in: 
experienced personnel. if - F (= eer iluatrative: ma material, — el: JU. 9-7700 320 Bast Pleasant St. Has Immediate Openings AERODYNAMICS 
you experienced, im- ‘ mowed erative tes reed —_— a more 7. . 
are ext BoM. 1 f ae sotaes Biber $86 - AIRCRAFT STRESS ANALYSIS 


mediate adjustments will 
t . . ENGINEERS-SCIENTISTS .. . : RESERVATION FLUTTER and VIBRATION WEIGHTS 


be made. COST ACCOUNTANT secur ° 
Cuaponain opportunity re 
aeigapl Sealti tcetofeeseabeag| Bovine sen eel WHAT ARE YOUR SERVICES. WORTH? 7 | 
GIANT wate ceccired teith Sopsice:| port ff and, refs. required. en ’ wwakios Employment, tervice bas sits and Join —— research and 
ass corn. 2 om- Eine. 1 y Siig Creek Ta- Te ontca!l rougbout recrui elopment company. 
ability. 7 Ries peeiar wha 3 on matt 708 Page eee owe vil TICKET AGENTS 
FOOD sous reALL © on mueT comm “Son ch as faints OF WORK = ah ' . INTERVIEWS DAILY 
3476 Lee — Fre Capital Airlines, one of America’s oldest 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 


Hw ri ellow-city 
STORES ACF ELECTRONICS Fh nnln Bourne Engineering Placement Service 
and most experienced airlines, offers the 


1305 Leslie Ave., Alex., Va. wnted bees a, druc stores: ; 
Ki. 8-4400, EXT. 36 | fulltime basis Gaote wert, sar Covering the Country ~~ , : , ‘ 
ey aol Bo be No Cost or Obligation to You csnisvanine tat & Gentan tn 6 eagle oe Positions on - in hae Virginia, 


ary and oa 394 
Post- TH 
ll for appointment send resumes —_ 
(New Location) * 7 . panding industry. These positions offer 


ENGINEERING-SCIENTIFIC 
“et weld ENGI N EERS NATIONAL ‘EMPLOYMENT SERVICE an attractive starting salary with automatic 
1406 t. 


District National Building Advance oe 1108 té6th St. N.W. et L EX. 3-7270 


pues oe bee | STEP UP ..... BEA LEADER 
Saety T om. 12 com in the field of NEW 
COMPLEX ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS 


of Salaries to $12,000 Compan benefits EN E 
ee ae ” ctuse'| ENGINEERING POSITIONS , sigad DEVELOPMENT 


famed Adirondack foothills. ON Raang ia Personnel Department 
oO PROGRAM 


Available in 
SERIKING OPPORTUNITIES - tenants RESEARCH ~=ENGINEERING 


Expanding Reliability Group ENGINEERS—PHYSICISTS 


Analyzing Missi! 
Fives Maer Servicing the World’s Finest & DESIGNERS 
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS as: R & D TALENT 


SR. PROJECT ENGINEERS SR. PROJECT ENGINEERS FILE ! 
it Ana | one . : 
re oe 2 For career positions in an expanding 


aie Ge oneal ee or Parsict doses pin independent research and develop- Permanent Position 


gee Prose jhe mAr§ ment organization, organized in , 
SPOTTER | PROJECT ENGINEERS for PROJECT ENGINEER in ( oO MPI FERS 1949. se. staff Res rhe 150) Educational Assistance 
z= Component Part development, t ield o terials Prof Wa seu t 


. evenings | design and evaluation Compounds with special em- 


REQUIREMENTS * phasi , emper 
EE or Physics degree oo prea mee Research and development is our primary function. and 
IREMENTS Your job as a permanent staff member would involve Sal R <— 
BS Chem. ME or Physics degree MEN. 19-30 work on @ succession of government, industrial, and ary Kecognition 
company projects as a leader or member of the tears 
net SEXD RESUME IN STRICT CONFIDENCE TO: Thorough Knowledge of Electricity, organized for each development. Primary requirement 


Post-T. H j ' j : 
ay on See vee Electronics or Physics Required one of the technical disciplines tnd ¢ pertonal interest | NW Modern Laboratory Now Being Constructed 


and capability for translating theory into practical 
accomplishment, 


Excellent opportunity to enter the newest ; PROJECTS IN: 


AERODYNAMIC DESIGN ena Re en a and IF YOU ARE A ous ieee sviriin 


—DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER ACOUSTICAL DEVICES 


* 
ty coitetilhg asa DESIGN AON A eh ny a ne eee —CHEMIST UNDERWATER ORDNANCE SYSTEMS 


Advancement based on Merit—Fine Em- —APPLIED MATHEMATICIAN >» 
ployee Benefit Program. —PHYSICIST For Information and Interview Please Call 


EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS rmation and Interview | 
INTERVIEWS DAILY Or have had training in a related field we would like JU. 5-7200 


ADVANCED ENGINE DESIGN NM vee Sore saviscea) helbeonter ie tonnen 


REPUBLIC 7-3705 Our ert in fr eel eva fe yu ss mreerave 


CONTROLS SYSTEMS DESIGN = ANALYSIS} “some” Enineing Departmen oer indo bl reo yur techn 


field interest, ‘s 


° | as Vitro Laboratories 
Prorlnca mentite  p-cudh agin wast eet INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS Atlantic Research Corp. 


established company located in the Northeast. Division of VI 


; Corporation of America 
For further information, write tot | MACHINES CORPORATION _ 901 North a gia © 962 Weyne Avenus, Sitver Spring, Md. 
_ Box M-357 Post-TH | 1220 19th STREET N.W. “King $7500 ; 


Call OL. 4-7630 


increases, opportunity for advancement Cr ie comma tas 


and many airline privileges. Applicants THIEBLOT AIRCRAFT CO., INC. 
must be single, 19 to 30 years of age and ay Ta Sane Bethesde 14, Md. 
possess a high school education. 


“Ss ae = ~ 


Poa] 


“This Is Vitro” 


4 cise ‘ 
ae | ao. 


t 
— 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
4 Sunday, May 13, 1956 “7? 
HELP, MEN is 


ENGINEERS 


ELECTRONIC 
ELECTRICAL 
MECHANICAL 


w 


“415,000 
Sunday 
Circulation 


means quicker sales results 
for Washington Post and 
Times Herald classified ad- 
vertisers. To place your ad 
for Sunday 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


uP, MN S~S~SS 
—Cenilnssd Trem Fisseding Tee 


ARMA announces 
INERTIAL 


NAVIGATION 
DEVELOPMENT 
PROGRAM 


For An 
ADVANCED 
AIR FORCE 
MISSILE 


Inertial 
the most 


DOUBLING 
OUR 
STAFF 


—— 


Teader in telemetry field 


7 

Vounsse 
parking sized " 
pans where the. individual "\s 
important 


AVAILABLE POR 
JUNIOR ENGINEERS 
SENIOR ENGINEERS 
PROJECT; ENGINEERS 


GRQUP LEADERS 


CHALLENGING ASSIONMENTS 
AWAIT YOU 


Pu outranemitters and rTe- 
_ gub carrier oscil- 

pulse 
pulse converters. 


“Yee 


Dat + camomng and separa- 
tien whites 


Transistor applications, 


pr terpenes offers) 


need peek Bretema enainerring 


ESTIMATORS 


EXPERIE 


str 

at experience 
——-- » ae or 
WILM 


deNPMOURS 
Wilmington 94, 


Eacincerine Degree. 
a experience 


phone 
| er, 
BLA 


NCED 


collect 
8-711. 
CKEMORE. 


EXPEDITER 


Must 


have previous 
ence in Purchasing office. 


ERCO DIVISION 
ACF Industries, 
Riverdale, Md., WA, 7-4444 


s 


Inc. 


in =a 


direction once 
nitimate me a 
jected cm 
D beane soiution 

Prod! ~f 
Gaereanee missile 


principles 
* the realisation 
advanc ope 
gineering ARMA's 
successes’ in the erpetion 
instruments § and 
for navieation and 
especially = 


Miniaturizved packaging. 


Cooling and heat exchane- 
ers 


This t*« your chance to join & 
fast-moving engineering team 
and te = 4 active partici- 

nt in Nation's Guided 
issile ond "Aireraft Program. 


For «a oremo’ confidential in- 
terview ir eonvenience, 
call leatiests” Philadelphia. Pa 


MR. JAMES F DRUMM 


EVerereen 2-S015 


advanced “ares. 


or forward letter or resume 
sin tis Girect to 


VICE PRESIDENT 


in Charge of Eneimerring 


RAYMOND 
ROSEN 


Sr 
to page Products, Inc. 


‘of “cutueene 
peratures an 
accelerations 


Bupertisorr Bia positions 
SENIOR ENGINEERS 
ENGINEERS 
ASSOCIATE ENGINEERS 


EXPERIENCED IN: 
Systems Evaluation 


Sngueness a ‘ 
trode 
ree 
unre ralned 


components essen- 
tial te : 
anced 


reso 

neering skill is a 
create ae 

cis) w_ 


turization 
with “exiracrdinary Fables 
tmoes 


32ND & WALNUT 
Philadelphia 4. Penna 


‘Engineers 


See How 

OUR PLANS 

FOR THE FUTURE 

Tie in with YOUR OWN 


Just as tt mohep go04 eenes 
to plan today for r fu- 
tere. #0 M's good 


for use te plan 
expansion in 


usin 


. ahead 
Gyroscopics electronics. 
. And our plane may tle in 
closely with your own 


Por here the planned ex- 
ansion which doubled 
he engineering staff the 

st four vears is still un- 
erway. Rw | there = 
* three times 
engineers at corn in “this 
Gepartimen 


Digital Computers 
Accelerometers 
Telemetry 
Guidance Systems 
Reliability 
Stabilizing Devices 
Servomechanisms 


And this gror'h alone 
epells real opportunity for 
you 


ADD TO IT: 
alira- 


decen 
tion creating ‘ tient! yk nit 
ornate etere 
~-y . make indi- 


vi val contributions 


Automatic Controls 

exceptionaliy in- 
teresting assignoments in 
the most advanced asses 
of elect tronics where ideas 


Thermodynamics 
Environmental Research 
Weight Control 


additiona! educa- 


nical Gnd) ftom. tp prepa- 
Transformers ration for further advance- 
ment 


eer. ba sed se 
performance and ability, 
mot on s standardised Sal- 
ary scale 


These are good reasons to 
include us in your plans for 
an engineering career with 
+ 


STARTING SALARIES 
UP TO $12,000 


[deere fe Por Greduate Bnei- 


There's slenificant, scientific 


future. 


meet «a critical mana | 
Defense Dept.6 Missile! 
prosram. | 


Movine Allowances Arranced 


Salary——Up to 815 


000 
(Commensurate with experience) | COMMUNICATIONS 


By stems Enein eering 
. Please 


ence, 10: 


Por pase Informet! 
Bubmit ume. in Con 


Technical Personnel Dept. 


ARMA 


Bosch 


Navigation | « 
Communicetions Eaulpment 
RADAR re 


Weapons Systems 
Division American " 
Arma Corp 
Roosevelt Pieid Electro.-Mechanica! 
Magnetics 
FACTORY SALESMEN—Sel! Charles Micro 
ester nationally Ene Cushion 
direct Complete line for en- 
ai ay 


Search Systems 
MIBGILMS... 
Guidance Techniaues 


Gystems Analysis & Planning 
In and Optical Devices 


y in commission 


2 cas n OHARLES Ci 


_ Chester Bids. 
rm 


—— for te Rest ical, WRITERS and 
ey 


nowleds® © 
U. 8. Citizenship Required 
wie R nfidence t 
rs : 
ree 383” post Tt 


“Fatiaterro. 
. Annapolis, 


Melpar’s expansion 
has created new 
positions for men experienced 
in the following fields. 


Sheet Metal Layout 
Machine Parts Inspection 
Electro Mechanical Inspection 


Precision Assembly 


For your convenience 
our office will be open for 


EVENING 
INTERVIEWS 


Tues., May 15th 
6:00 to 9:00 P.M. 


aT 


MELPAR INC. 


131? South Fern $¢. 
Arlington, Va. 


(1 bik. off Jefferson Davis Hwy. 
Route 1 at South 15th St.) 


. 


_ 


! men 
piications | week 
Hr Pee ) 
j Device 


FISH 


COUNTE 


Experienced; 


fillet, 
be 
public. 
week: 


capable 
5-day, 


Ist 6 
2nd 6 
3rd 6 
4th 6 


APPL 


GIANT 
FOOD STORES 


EMPLOYMEN 


(NEW LOCATION 


Room 519 
1406 G ST. NW. 
District National Building 


Between 9 ao. ™. 


age 2! 
45. Must be able to clean, 
and display. 
of 


every Monday off. 


SALARY RANGE 


months—$64 96 
months—$67.96 
months—$73.12 
months——$75.56 
After 2 years—$82.48 


RMEN 


to 
Must 


meeting 
40-hour 


week 
week 


week 
week 


Y 


T OFFICE 


week | chantes with 


waite, 


aaty 
oon basin 
a ft appt 
12304 Georgia Ave. 


MACHINIST 


Permanent full-time position for 
let-claass ac ist. with wooses 
experience in ¢ tolerance work 
Apply in person 


Machine Operator 


PERSONNEL OFFICE 


AMERICAN 
INSTRUMENT CO. 
8030 Ga. Ave., Sil, Sprg., Md 


MACHINISTS 


Sovere’ {pening qvatente. steady 


Rus --4 sick 
tien anhd veca- 
Ine 


iva ~ 
St, AB are, co 
aryiand 
fr dD oe line 


MACHINISTS 


Experienced 
With Small Mechanisms 


ae Adigte vacancy itm Tad 
t - &. rated cK com- 
perienc oper- 

on Pe neationt pro- 


A m. rtunities. aid 
vaeetien ead oe leave. fecers 
commensurate with abiliti 


APPLY 


GIANT 
FOOD STORES 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 
(New Location) 


1406 G St. NW., Room 519 
DISTRICT NATIONAL BLDG. 


Between 9 a.m. and | p.m. 
Monday thru Friday 
Saturday 9 a.m. to 12 noon. 


IBM SERV. EXEC. 


Bee eae service reau. Must 


Capable of Working to Close 
Tolerance 


Wages Commensurate With 


AG 
ton Bl Ability 


INS. URwntfee 
Mer Many Company Benefits 
SYS a x 8. ie 


CL Ame iy 
INSTALLERS Experienced 


| Apply in Person 
men & 


Monday Thru Friday 
8 AM. to 4 PM. 


experience. excelient 
or advancement; 6)) 

area. no tr ovel Cail 
Me Hatch for jaterview nd bring 


_| MELPAR, INC. 


‘Orr Bak AS Hwy ) 
PRLS ERE 


a 


with skill ang 


INSTALLERS 


Por eatesotien 
and doors On 


work fo 
part- + 
ereen M s. 


coulpayens need 
A 


! 
good men 
jee 
a 


12) 


Dir Re: 
Reniiwortir| 


bus from ith 
© plant entrance) 


‘Take Arne 
and E St« 


TRAINING 
DEVICES 
SPECIALIST 


MACHINISTS 


pant be} 
+ a Job 
oel- 


8 te 10 ¥ & - rience 


riodic merit evaluation 
sick leave, hospitalisati 


Asoly Monday th 
A M te 438 


Other times by appointment. 


Friday 
M 


High level position 
supervising develop- 


and | o. m 


Monday Thru Friday 


Saturday, 9 «. m. to 12 noon! 


Flight Radio 
fficers 


Trans World 
Airlines 


jase beginning May of 


portation for se 


Wyte, 


and 


family 


ew ¥ 


2685 oo 


Attention Men 


District Heights 
Capitol Heights 


Upper Marlboro 
Brandywine 


Living In 
Annapolis 


Prince Frederick | 


Seat Pleasant 
Clinton 


Naylor 


Me eneet men for 
nim 


new aes 


in Upper ar bo 


have whe 4 and desire ¢ 
Pood 


preferred 


a 
portunity for aevencement 


vacations grou 


pease and 


many sdditional beneli 
APPLY 


SAFEWAY 


“gais|S TORES, 


INC. 


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


a 
duite we i 


Fucevt Sat. Sun 


ve. NW 
4 Bide 


3:30 
& Holidays 


FOREMAN 


Por street and 
fre Mr. Penny. 
. Glebe rd. and 
Monday or one 


employment. 


4. 


7 eher Boor 


JA. 5-0227. 


Mr. sieeit il 


Furniture Salesmen 


Bacaieet Be for wer 
ur 


jture sa) 


esaman 25- 


furniture and. sapDiy pur in 
eupp ur - 
lete office fee- 


+ Pina 
teed salary 
manent position 
hours. many 
Call Mr. L. 


ecoraling 


J ompiers. he NA. 


service. 
to 


daily 


CHAS. "C STOTT & CO. 


310 New 
VORA 4 
EM _—_ wo 
earn mission 
ede of on fonts 


Osim 


aM me 
WOULD 


ae wput table 


nd glass tops for furniture. 


8 
working ee. . 
experienced t pee 
Biair, MA 


experienced, 
wages right m 
ders —~ sor » Colesvi 

rwood 4 


t 
Good i nome. 


ed. Apply 4 


miner repairs i 
Oo —. 
le rd. an 


Tim- 
Co eensen Silver 


5 Station Attendants 
on. man" myst. ‘be, expe 


oretone x he 


Stelion. 1305 


i INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 


AHRENDT INSTRUMENT CO 
4910 Calvert Rd. Collese Park. Md 


urrtos INDUSTRIES. INC. 


ment of all training 
aids used in our exten- 
sive program training 
Department of Defense 
personnel in the main- 
tenance and operation 
of aircraft, missiles and 
electronic equipment. 


MACHINISTS 


for 


Electronic 


Experience required in 
-? ee Manufacturing Plant 


the development of 
Mobile Training Units 
| and in the development 
of Simulators. Program 
involves extensive use 
of visual aids and mod- 
els. 


APPLY 
9 am. to 4 p.m, 


NEMS-CLARKE, Inc. 
919 Jesup Blair Drive 
Silver Spring, Md. 


Contact 


MAIL CLERK—Youne. waite, hig 
a. Por. iatge 


PROFESSIONAL 
| EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


now ledge 
—_ and cor 
necessary 


hos ttalization Oa ae 
| Maintenance be 
MARTI N Should have therough knoe 


of air-conditioning reffinsrotion 
beat electricity. restauran 
Baltimore 3, Md. 


' For permanent posi- 

Rockville-Galthersbure 
lary end 2- 

. pificient | 


7. 
33 5 we 56.) 


| bo 


diay.” May 


8-820 
SAUTE ANCE ‘WELPER — Bteady 
work for man 


bandy wit 
Avt. "presect near Univ. 
MAINTENANCE MECHANIC 
Por nicht work. ex lenced in 
heating and minor electrical ane 


IRON WORKERS 


Experienced only. fabrication and 
Installation calls stairs. Ses Good 


BUCKINGHAM ‘COMMUNITY 


MAIN 
- | <2 No, .. Pershing i or on rear s 0° 


1S | SEE aie Peta thal Ge 


rid 
7 co. Sil 15th «st. nw week 


4 “kmithy 


UNUSUAL CAREER FIELD 
Open 


FOR YOUNG MEN 


Systems Work 


with 


DATA PROCESSING 
MACHINES 


REQUIREMENTS: 
Business systems knowledge 


or 


Experience in writing instructions for 


operation of electronic computing machines 


INTERVIEWS DAILY 


ROOM 331 1220 19th St. N.W. RE. 7-3705 


MACHINES CORPORATION 


Daid vacation 
im_Rerso. _ 


need 
| Well Equipped Shop pia 


: 


UNDERWOOD CORP. 
— bn. yA L ahaa 5 etapa 

pe t in as 
ative on office, a fis tunity 
ter tdvencem “ie Rmolowee a 


Pitalieation rement plan « 
tay © A 


(2)—Wh te gute re | 
-da oe. 


ing ition. "yr | Mac 


peeting business. 
‘ncome wh! earning. no 
oat fond Be ‘Hol- 


Be bes sexe 
te 12. ; te 5 


MEN COLORED 
TRAINEES 


18 men needed at ante: 
rn 


= 


SRR ae f 
Bei, Pare leer 7 


ed 
Wilson bivd. 


_”* 


MEN 


far 


Controller's Office 


| 
Due to the expansion of our 
store we are in need of men 
on a supervisory level. ) 
Must have Department store! 
experience in the fields of | 


ACCOUNTS PAYABLE 
SHORTAGE CONTROL 
STATISTICAL 


Apply 


Employment Office 
3rd Floor 


Lansburgh’s 


7th, 8th and E Sts. NW. 


— 


MEN 


—— 


kt 
No Experience Necessary en) 


want te asaies ne emo! loymen' x | 
One of oun 


the o aree 
manufacturers 


e «a 
appeartnc usable car 

iing te follow simple instruc- 
tions. wi Ning to work “ hours and! 
to start 


ot by $90 
aren "priet inatruetion at com-| 9 


pe oe Monday ek 


MEN 
10 Hours Per Week 


Are you interested | =. working | 2 
nd Sat 


me aw 


ex... 


ral ~ i 3 esound laun- 

: paid vace- 

free hospital! last jon and in- 

leo other company ben- 

in time- 

oer 4 Apply 

. Vy ‘Balt imore 
spurs. Ma 


MEN 


We want sal?emen foe we par 
@ base salary plus commission and 

mus, furnish a on. va- 
py oe wit unity to 
acvance te managerial, sit —-. 


offset shop needs black pad white 
and color stripper orkine 
conditions. air- conditioned, com 
—~ @- Only high qual ty 
apply. rite Box 521. 


N \PER 
CANVASSERS 


We will accept applications 
alert men. with pieasine 
D 


from 
te.epnoene 
ne W 


hone number and where resu- 
riy employed. 


_THE NEW YORK TIMES 
SALES, INC. 


bite R SPnint, “i 


So 
Ta BF tio Fst NW 
AINTERS 


yyancenta Estat on Francen 
) hy Teleer . just wiry 
ready work: $16 pe 


aa" a ass. ot 


t 
s Can Sit 
ter 


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echanics a. 
ance { @ * ont 
neen 8100 


ANGERS — Real 
Greene Dec. Co. Ca 


estate 
r and 


PERSONNEL 
REPRESENTATIVE 


(Technical Employment) 


Progressive avionics 
manufacturer well 
known in aircraft in- 
dustry is expanding 
long range programs 
for engineering, tech- 
nical and college re- 
cruitment, 


Personnel staff opening 
for a qualified man to 
plan and carry out tech- 
nical and college grad- 
uate employment pro- 
grams. Progressive pol- 
icies in an expanding 
organization assure ad- 
vancement opportuni- 
ties. 


Background in person- 
nel administration and 


> : 
t| FALLS CHURCH LABORATORY 


se 


HELP, MEN 
PERSONNEL 
MANAGER 


ACF ELECTRONICS 
1305 Leslie Ave. Alex., Va. 
Ki. 86-4940, EXT. 36 


*| PHARMACISTS 


are an expanding organication | 
interested im «rooming capadie! 
young armacists for {future man- 
agement positions. 


Call'Ba 
CHESHIRE, 


Realtors Multiple “yn 
2303 5. rod ton Ridge 


us prove 
for interview 


INC. 


REAL eSTATS 
| E Need 


MEX OR 

; feensead top 

eemen: full-time ONLY 
excellent location in 


Air-conditioned offices: wenderful 
pertaaity for vTiline 


We offer $125 a week for beginn 
$130 up fer th 
plus company 


besa re lisett insurance. and pro- 
aring retirement. 


Our businesses are convenientiy 


located im suburban Marviand. OE Brpad Be, bei kal Gioren 


Call LOckwood 4-7094 for further REINFO 
Eaper. Cailes 


AW ACh re 
bet “hour Anniz Sta yt 


"around m FRAMER—Topnotch. all- 
aro an. permanent, full time 
Fx opportunity. immediate em- 
- Biate . eeperience 
salary. Box M-372. t-Ta 


PORTERS 


for 


ORCING es éetailers — 


& Karayianis. RA.| 


RETAIL 
MANAGEMENT 
OPPORTUNITIES 


POR 
YOUNG MEN 


esters: ly known progressive Te- 
hes 
Re 


of ’ 
7 AR 
rm 


Men who qualify 
traimecs mi st 
be progressively advanced to fino 

managers and to stere| 

starting salary 

anc merit in. 


Retail experience will) 


lan 
recation ; 
Slan nd 


P 
4, us enerous onus 
pre- : » 


ees discount. libere 


Falls Church residents 
ferred. Permanent positions in| Ga nful life insurenc 
Falls Church. References re-| “*°*'emt retirement 
quired. Many employe bene-| APPLY TO 

MORNINGS ONL 
sb NEIeNER” Bis 
ot AND Oo 


APPLY In PERSON RD FLOOR 


| 
sA M TOCGP. M. | 
| 


RELIEF WATCHING 


65 to 70 Years 


MONDAY THRE FRIDAY 
' 


Openin nw 7 oqpinston and 
lansies * wa : for men now 
crewing Social , ty Benef\ ts 


APPLY 


. HOT SHOPPES 


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE | 
1341 GSt. NW., Rm. 200 
ROUTEMAN S. 


we|l-established voute | 
; 7 


MELPAR, INC. 
Oe 


‘Take aracte 2-¥ bus from ith 
ana Es ow. to platt entrance.) 


mm .. W 
Barrons 4 tian! Mo! machine 


nts’ ccounts im educational | 
xpertence preferred but 
necessary xkheepine back- 
gro nd — arty open. 5-day) * 
piek leave. group 
Beepitelieaiton. , Pleasant 3 working ambit! ous 
conditions tor | qupories * Wonde eee) oopertunky 
appoinime ' 7 Her ana reivie man whe’ 
num wit 


institu : 


a ESSER eal I service present customers aod 


a Ovuaranteed 

and wool, 45-| *4)arF. commission ana complete | 

Ew Seflerson Cleaners,| company benefil . Apply | naeee 

5rd @t.. Afilineten. Va.' Ceaners. 323 Carroll st. 

. —_$— ——$——— + TEMEN (2) —Retablished laun - 

3 ae =| = ry route. guaranieced salary with | 
_yacetion with pay. Cail JA. 7 


PRESSER, WOOL | 


Experienced only Excellent poy. 
good Re oonditi sone, paid va 
or 


Experienced on at) 
hr. week 


: 


Rot Tr mA —sarrie# ace 21 te ‘te 30 
be high ool sraduate, 5- 

cy wee f rms  eges 

eroup hospitaliza jon. start = 

“ ry vy. This 

wore ° a : 

st ny, 

pay. steady work ve s! AD office thaustrial 

Coverall Laundry, “42k Lee Hwy 


"ROUTEMAN 


GOOD OPPORTUNTTY for willing 
while tra 
., Bes Mr 


aK. experienced 
—soene man a permanent 
pasitic ist chase job shop; 
juee a Little —— presses 
Must be strictly boner 
Wectese ae Co.. " hone calls) 
BERGMANN 3 vw’ INDRY 
623. 0 ST. FW. 


ROUTE SALESMEN _ 
OWN YOUR ROUTE 


Franc chised routes are being de- 
veloped in Prince George County ' 
We will train vou 

develow your route > until it x -* 
ine you «& minimum of $615 


iable old eae (ot, = office 
2 experienced saleapeop! 


uet have car 
Gil 
iwards.. Agee nant 
state alesman 
on hold « Virginia lheense. are 


ftiows and need to earn a eu 
full time only call | 


WAN — ¥x- 
inia sales rt fa 

sation. A cn! a oe sper 
enced 


tbe ae 


7-68 
a ESTATE SALEEMAN- Broker | 
xt for sales people wh 


At such. time you 
Interviews 


— 
only top 1 ay aie ie = 
n 


a “ “2S cotner al 


land ave. and Newton «t 
‘at the C. time): or write a 
brief resume to Box M-384 and 

niertiew wi a 


L or Li 


ENGINEERS 


Select the company selected by the Department 
of Defense to build the EARTH SATELLITE 
and the INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC 
MISSILE. The Martin Company offers chal- 


lenging opportunities on these exciting proj- 


4-5357 


ects for persons with training in the following 
fields: 


’ AERODYNAMICS 


Wind Tunnel 
Stability & Control 


NUCLEAR 


Shielding 
Reactor Design 
Systems 


STRUCTURES 


Airframe Design 
Stress Analysis 
Vibration & Flutter 


ELECTRONICS 


Circuits 
Systems 
Antennas -& Radome 


SERVO and 
INSTRUMENTATION 


Telemetering 
Auto-Pilot 
Inertial Navigation 


MECHANICAL 


Machine Design 
Air Conditioning 
Jet Engine 
Liquid Rocket 


OPERATIONS. ANALYSIS 


Weapons Systems, 
Planning & Concepts 


Many of these positions are at responsible levels and 


carry salaries in excess of $12,000 yearly. 


WASHINGTON 
INTERVIEWS 

MAY 18 and 19 

Phone MR. ROLAND HOOD 


weekdays from 10 A.M. to 
pointment. 


at EXecutive 3.5888 on 
8 P.M. to arrange an ap- 


All inquiries will be on a confidential level. If you are 


unable to contact us here, please communicate with: 


PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT 
OFFICE 


MARTIN 


Baltimore 3, Maryland 


i a ah | 


ALE 


and, * for 
ft Sol 


eg 


ee wee 


ei ee 


ea 


ro Habedathery, 


RTE EN 


BE OUR LUNCHEON 
GUEST 


WE OFFER A ONCE INA. 
E 


LIFETIM 
OPPORTUNITY 


5 years ago a name famous in 
American ‘industry for more 


than 50 years opened a new | 


divition. Since that time, more 
than 200 edditional . offices 


reer for which they have been | 


looking ell their tives. 


Now we ert again expanding” 


our 
Washington and the Metro- 
politen area, and we are cof 
fering mena chance 

comes once in a lifetime. 


at com 


school for 4 days and then as- 


signed to 4 branch sales force 3 


nearest your home where im 
mediate Commission earnings 
will interest men capable of 
incomes which exceed $7500 
to $25,000 yearly. 


Opportunities ‘ are’ available 
for managers and supervisors 
with successful .records. You 
must heave @ car and be able 
to go to work at once. 


/'WE CORDIALLY ” 


INVITE YOU 

FQ. BE- OUR 

LUNCHEON 
GUEST 

SE. BRex Bon 

May tha where fnole 'pro- 


SALESMAN 


YOUNG MAM, af: 
“ Jing 


[2873 after 10:30 6. m 


, 


SALESMEN 


SALARY, COMMISSION 
| WHILE IN TRAINING 


5, \I—EN i ee ie pEAnSY. es 


that ° 


existing operation in * 


lf selected you will be trained 


Oe 


ee a 


VIRGINIA OFFICE 


3123 MN. WASHINOTOR BLVD. 


WASHINGTON OFFICE > 
101 BYE ST. 6. &. . 


RENAIRE 


——_— 


SALESMEN 


INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL 
f sou 


being "in a 
managing 


bate’ 
vs aroplabic fogeetintety. a 


“PHONE EX, apre 


“wae se 


‘Must 


SALESMAN — By Oa 
man ciacturer” ae va > eeeet 


viegia 


toa ae piling cum a e 
lary sae expen 


HELP, MEN ! HELP, MEN | HELP, MEN 18/THE WASHINGTON POST and ‘TIMES eeealp 


im mag : eens Sunday, May 13, 1956 5 
Me dian fo mene roammens,, | See PM ad *. REPRODUCTION |jitte woman 36 
SCIENTISTS it Patt q hay Biyeavepichcaes RESTRACTORS—7-. | 382,000 


bs ay aT, Eoeyoe  SosrTapes ? SENIORS, TECHNICIANS ARIF Fcbioli ce ne Daily 
Mathematicians ay eage FE en “ENGINEERS— See ABBEY Firet | Circulation 
ENGINEERS) tom 350) je top en oer whg| SCIENTISTS” — | Photostat Operator | if ht? en means quicker sales result 


Opportuni _ 200_FRANKLIN ST. BE. . x | 
At a Levels ae ——1341_G_ NW. _RE._7-3938.__ CHALLENGING res "Yos00 for Washington Post and 


" , Experience Necessary. To . gged Times Herald classified ad- 
Appli Be wll ae Pome te nes Iie "caress sel | PROGRAMS Operate Mode! C Foto-flo : 5 ee gs {type) "y, Dt eek Tagine as 
pret ee 


. ireain come) ask wesnine ' Rien NCR No. 
OPERATIONS RESEARCH or. 12th & rr UN Petr. g “eigenen, Sestrnctore este’ iee'nm’..'-488| Phone 

te lator 5 teat BASIC RESEARCH ears. typls . 
a REE AMBITIOUS MAN—A || ANALYTICAL EVALUATION } ee Sener garb batc REpublic_7-1234 
OPERATIONAL Technicians 20-30, At least high school Fecal oan maa] EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH | Some Experience Preferred stress. fet Alex © err |b — = 
SYSTEMS ANALYSIS dept. ‘Mus > your refinement , ares choo! are Bo Sh “Admin. to $6000 
All Positions Are in Flectronic “ates. . e ° ranieed income * “7| EQUIPMENT DEVELOPMENT ond ve ee out mf | Secys., ‘it: 
, pba 4 Cal : emalaze Lee Por at appointment cal PROTOTYPING 40-Hour Week pmotress. pow ockyine exp. ion | 


: . 
Clerk-Typists, Many to $70 


exp 
yy Yinisher. Keneinston .. 84 


« For positions as electronic Seasoned h has « wide Excellent Working ogy CLK., $75 


Researc 
technicians. iversity of activity rang- 


ht . Salesman (1) | etrettefer"ang“prody Conditions and 
Ability to read wiring di ee =e age $ gan that per- 
cael bag shapeintn ai . v 5 sie TH. best: $ | 0000415000 Coliber 4 tDeciaiize fas Employee Benefits 


the Here's yur chance to make more individual's ' | > aan eses 

bon # — a as: ING MEN oe 18.| Money wi nat famous professional development. (4) S$» KR -TYP Cad. Bill : 

Sw a Hg EE oe: AND Wy wot y aerate yo bay gene ~ how. thanks te ou B $60-$7 te 
wee expa $60 


. T : . t : $50 to 
: tien has opened f . RADAR-COMMUNICA ae The Johns Hopkins ; ee  egeters vorte og telés & 
| rainees ite. 2 “35. to call) [* ity to us in W + Rader network Coveten- ge i+ sule qistributor .+ + 83900) select wotfices. 

FOR APPOINTMENT i rik, a int? Gaii| gina. Our men" mane wave tech artes y Feseareh ofc. .-.-++--$2608/ Annette D. Tatelman 


¢ comm design and University to vice pres.. Assn $3900 |235 Woodward Bide. 18th & H NW, 
incentives inf ~\eee theory applica- dra. (7) RE 7-444 


Phone Sterling 3-6255 Assembly to experimental | nite. Opening | Sy eat ion 16 super enc - qoverel 6: excel. pos 8338 

electronic equipment. Previ- alitied * leads SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT tenes. tem >)": S98-66 
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY | ous industrial or military serv- to start tons sds. They are sai tales : APPLIED PHYSICS | ,.crHhn OF TIONS ADVERTISING 
‘ ice experience necessary. aT U <7 - > public relations pro- ineltemene design “Distial 8 : : 

APPLY IN PERSON : rar sees, 2 the gn. Navieational\ 'ech- cdnncenhenens | om ce ARTISTS 
‘| 8 AM to 4 PM, (WHITE—18-28) | frvashed Bie’ si Saran Piotr wantnene data 8621.Georgia Ave. _| Egettamatic tye elk. seo. 
is ave.) MONDAY THRU FRIDAY br snowR and “intetilgentiy  ox- sw Np Silver Spring, Md. tvpe $39 DETAI R 
: - ge AERONAUTICA : beast. ae 

SERVICE omer tht ee eae -_ $125 PER WEEK OR MORE Commercia git, kulded. mentee che 1U, 97700 | PBX. (4) its L CLERK 


6 oa eos ' ea . 
shor eauesman,_|MELPAR, INC. |: eee fee : * 2 ee| feat Gevemee. | SUING Mew car? |A ARR Aeey" Be 4 e563 LAYOUT ARTISTS 

, .» serie vliivery i8- ' 1420 yw 6UY¥ ve Nw | 
enc RMS — | ee nae in anoarance ane] Cary vialeaeeiin seu] ist aandSmapmed aot | LIKE TO EAT OUT [oO | Wanted tor department store 
cums Scone 2-¥ bus from 11th | and Coot feo Ee — anyon). etc. «iv sale ana mance items. ejection : OCCASIONALL Y? ACCOUNTING- TYPISTS | advertising dept., state age, 


. cha escape systems. 
nw. to diant entrance.) nee for even areater earnings Y zee heve & af ong oul experience, salary expected 


pret SHOE NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY Lgelicanta must pe dondabdle, own INSTRUMENTATION phone 4A Paey, ‘aes CLERKS and phone number 
" r u r 
a TICKET AGgrTs. ee WE TRAIN YOU you wat oe come rte training tn Telemetering mse ne tie da | Permanent career openinet with | REPLY BOX NO. 506, 
448 Fons. Ween a bus co ~ the flelé rite teday for appoin dat gecording stema, our rapidly expandine finance de 
fer full end part nae AT OUR EXPENSE Sens ucleas instrumentation. Starting selary to 865. | POST-TH 


bf rv gee linoleum og raft instrumentation we ertsneee piste | ow «i }t- 
J ie So. nw. Gyuare sae | con cman 1b fee Reo and raireraft panel insitru- The feria. Located _ Fw Ke | 
TRAINEES SCHOOLS ERV AIRLINE HOSTESSES 
Sindsr ee knowl. 399-388 1 ing cos not Tot Be yt "AUTOMATIC CONTROL. fas a APPLY FOR 
ectrical- mechanical. . ‘863- $100 etore oon SYSTEMS r ry 
Beperienced: salary pilus comm —— a o. Desi HOT SHOPPES 


n ign and construction of 
Also part-time selesmen. Apply ae sell nos = Ais $100 Per Week to — TOP FLIGHT 4 of tie EMPLOYMENT OFFICE START NOW AT AGE 20 
JOSEPH De Youns. 1226 F st. Nw | Fis | SALESMAN and. Are. eon! 1341 G St. NW., Rn. 200| jist in tne world with routes both 
pennine 4 opment of Servo Con- ) : ; ' United States and overseas 
arm A ig pee lei i fa Applied svete ree * 4% r JOHNS HOPKINS | ADMIN SECY coll. exec $300 20 t is sche re sai. ae 
ee mie driver :, Wee a Mathematician | rte SieeretcctStenstiy'paritt| — Sisttil"Sbefcation. UNIVERSITY Ua ARLINGTON “AREA” | seieht, 100-1%8., suetective un: 
'_ oe in to — mea, yearn, Permanent vy Ft + CLE “TYP. cthee. area |} training at TWA's headquarters in 


0 
TRANS WORLD AIRLINES 


aS ou can fiy with the fimest sire 


A ire; no territorial restri gets a Gr oe o Saeeee 
: . c- : : ey 
lary plus commission: as- Contact Mr. J. H. STACK “TYP. gou . “apply -y 
: L 


_V 0190. O LABORATORIES ; 4 
air — eg ath. | ae yy 2 - A, manage; HOUSE in Washington, May Has 2 openings in its ad 


. ow 
- Hes «a position evailable for & nder Por (| 13. 14 and 15 n May 15) ministrative division at the 
RAINEES ma'nematiciar ee Oe eee | | 6-6508 0 y ls juror professional level. 
deer A minimum of 3 years ask for Mr. Weide until noon only. 


, m. te : A m 
hee Bhat wr peetee mfrey “ainine st 


5 
a 60) 
pr ® lawy $2: — — 
, The positions afford excel- Y" publishing firm, .. to ASS] FOOD & 
thems. »b . ¥ : : 
Here is an opportunity to make Gslincation’*‘and, irmulaiion “et acdc uapadeiail lent opporturtity for ad- “BUCY. Geo'town “421 BEVERAGE 


vocation of your hobby. im- ms is reo ’ TRE THANG —_ he. we typ o % 
mediate openings for fuil-time| LIRAFTSMEN |“ | Eee bide eae ARES, ae aire omen ee BABE sles tie] CONTROLLER 
yu) 9" r lar 


ope 
TWA Suite. Lee poses 
Tuesday 15 

7 


Of 
” 


RADR> 
AAAS 
end 


salesmen in our stamp depart- RY Ne Barton 8. Arlington. tory offers many liberal Girl; youne and attractive. to as- 
ment. S-day, 40-hour week, Mut rr tm, are STUDENTS eshte a cared PE MG A EE? TYP. twirl ofe $2 
20% discount on purchases. SERVICE MEN Experience is not required LE.- boner! on surroundings, 
Should have thorough knowl-| OPENINGS FOR YOUNG MEN COOK but applicants should have TYP. Wash. 8t 2 evouike Pens Ni. vy ie ce 
edge of stamps. You should have extensive tn'erest a Bachelor's Degree in K CLR. i ae oo <i CARLTON 
Experienced in selling men's INTERESTED IN LEARNING | wm a wide range of technical prob- RESEARCH business administration or H 7 ne! ; ee HOTEL 

clothing and turmshings. Woodward & Lothrop :. vattation aientties and aia flow cour eekis ime mn be umes equivalent. fie! ~. 8325 | Assistant Cafeteria Mor 


<aety THE HIGHLY LUCRATIVE bi e vee | "Assistant C on 
nil PST JED G08. Personne! Office me at g me . rience he sy LABORATORI ES RN, x: r, sa 5 hi ; oe . 2 ek ay 
its r 


F idg. FIELD OF DRAFTING 1” Yo INTE —— ae ume of RVationiet ater’ be 
9th Floor, Main Bidg UeaRNing” Mone ABOUT THis ' ad p r Bo 8100 NORTH MONTICELLO To apply, send a resume b 


qualifications including PBX orn. i} train, typ 
sree gr Langley gm Store STOCK MAN : SKOKIE, ILLINOIS college transcript. to; Batty vas ia CHURCH 
to ae he Good position available for slert REQUIREMENT: Personnel Department 6-9:30 p.m Amare an t for woman 


sone A Ma =, 7 JU. 5-7200 . A DIVISION OF Professional Boke CLK. temp. 6 mos : mit 2 le ‘ of comptometer 
— AT LEAST ONE YEAR OF ©) peat sepeeemns,, vou 


trainee, Manassas 
pire. te work. in ‘\orary “aivision Statf Appointments P.T. SUPVR.. motel 11 te 3 \e for the one 
STOCKROOM HEAD HIGH SCHOOL VITRO i a. Sie cabs aor) COOK | ROTOR. EME. fosa SEARS ROeBucK CO. 
Totes "Wta tt Wleresed in's| = MECHANICAL POS ee ot te The Johns Hopkins | 04 ins pup 2ye|  _. BAK 


pene Se SS Him | ORAWING COURSE | laboratories Peaience) eee ELECTRIC University ADMIN. ASST. $400. = ee * 


Writing or oub- 
lic rela 


Y kps. helpful. Under 
. rite: , D or_y te reore om an al old “ Stiogal con 0. sin ¥ 
aniihie tile wen HT CO. CORPORATION OP —_— fermen he, ea hn Me, See i: OMP ANY | appcico pxysics OFFICE aie, i 
Pentea . sad some th Drive WA aS = he a a a — ; * scien ae e eee tiona! re posit pe ws 
hes EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY envin” PAIN You have no | | 2700 North Southport Avenue LABORATORY P of "ilor ‘| BOYD" S, Cor iBth 


days 


Co 
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER FOR ADVANCEMENT IN | ene sa les ‘rou have Zou that this ‘is| CHICAGO, ILLINOIS $621 Georcie Ave. “ADMI N SECY.. $350 srxory offer tol as poste 


7 Nat trade asen ‘. Ne rel on. guperens income: busy shop. 
jee people, learn while earn . } om re J EDG. &-9500 


EA p38 060 BY\-m M Silver Spring, Md. ip ie ing pecksround helpf . §s ~~ yer. 
Ry ApiEO AnD AN EXPANDING RESEARCH ——~ the reall estate aR 1 “est HAROLD H. KIME Electrical and Mechanical Engi- Exce < Eitaa ‘had g ~aiee 
N. 4-8563. Peter J. Hagan & Gon.| 2025 Rhode Island Ave. NG& —_—-- mae “BEGIN: SECY "$325 | clA ~ Experienced in pin 
STRUC. ORGANIZATION | neering and Manufacturing curling. heir styling. hair cutting. 
oA Aart. - UNI —— DAILY, 10:30 TO 4:30 since 1897 TRANG WORLD AIRLINES ny ie _nee, For Na at, firm Good | i cellent : parvunie for is 
TY ; . . er ce 
AL. TYPE InGs ings gratiabie | in Washington. Cha” OPR.. $350 | BEAU in anleustat 


and efficient. Salary. 


on or ee time , ay sales . ’ ie po’ law firm 9320 ~~ an bonus. Hours 
APPLY IN PERSON ors. vie : 7 Emp 5 [VICE INCOME GI5-E0 Geeky spare Time, Copilots ACCT. CLK.. $325 any EI icone ave, awe 


showing World Books ucationa! 
1724 F te NW, services to friends. neighbors who heiaht | © assist controller in trede asen 
NO FEES 


will themk you. FPirst 10 inter- whtown =e. Some typing 


views pay up te $350 Call UN, | 62" AA Co mamerciel| 


mm 
o ime 
1. TRADES & INDUSTRIAL Orrice | -4-2808_ | to | ‘TYPIST ¢ CLK., $325 |Sacr ‘OPERA — 
8 A. M. TO 4 P. M., ndenseee venarmanens| FOURTH FLOOR cas* a. my ; ' f ‘| @to 5. Ne Sat. Air cond. office. | Edwards k “ipeauty os , pat 


tim -_ Downtown Varied ¢ 
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY INSURANCE ADsuSTORS | “Yigmgnit Service steuon at-| Immediate Openings | ‘ifiits famiy: full Goniior, sai RECEPT., $220 —_| HEAUEY OPERATOR 
TABULATING MACHINE Operator Starting Salary —$3900 Soevy conctrestion equipment re- at Sogn Seas Pry Bae Pane TY D 5260) pi-caed ate: ae ee ‘ 
aug HEP Boveri PLUS EXPENSES | sultiine"aleintenance’ seservisor| | C JBEGIN CLK. TYP., $260) iivty OrEMATOR-Euperenced” 
Minimym of two years’ exper! A AFLP AR Clog Sperating in it state wants Jenitor ‘line-in) Woodward & Lothrop fi Th nc A EX. 3.2508 Et Es a oe 
: e “+. w Linole yer c 
enea, | imelt ing wirine osards ’ craden’ "t00d” persone B, with goed Locksmith Ae Cha Main Stele Flight Engineers | ae anton gD if e | BRAUTY PERA ORS 


Ww procedures t 

experience and who are will- weed f 

ames Refrigerator Mecha _ ADMINISTRATIVE TANT STYLISTS 
i qualifications te ing te nce am for advancement. Life | cyemen Low Pressure (6th class Age 23 to 35: height 9°7" _- postaraduate poo Need 


INC For Appointment Call —- o° Awning Hanger HS. graduate: must have recent) typing, shorthand and some book -{ : Full or Part Time 


“eer 33 hr wk. Downtown Al r cond 


broad Aircraft and Engine experl-| keeping. Salary partially depends! Excellent oppertunities for e+ 


i AMERIC OTEL-RERT 

tp es CA H } btain CAA &E | T. 3-437 for . ly , ™ 

pon Sn i to : aa mara, * sEnv-|... Delivery Helpers | Hts after asian Mal ssccesioes et $58" cos] Er ah rae ae os: 
ie 2 

W. A. SHANKLIN. M acedlavacn aia apie esate al” reauirements—po a eer ype BI Boe- Opee | at ereCar on : 

S KL or. ‘ee aper u ter Dd Pilot's “| Ow per pe 


r 4 rs. experience waivers yomm ercial 


ake 
at KT BOOKKEEPER, 14506. os :, NOT uired. TWA pays! = bh 
TAILOR-F | ER 3000 Arlington Bivd. full Chases) ar Dect. seus typing. Kost pe, ++» Salesmen ptudent salary while in TWA trein- Med eal soap. sporthana $300 | * ait ivan SPRING 


see Tailor | Bacteriolo iat, degree, no Bat 3 Fen s n Elisworth Dr 


hours : 
~ + $350 IONAL PLACEMENT PARKINGTON, ARLINGTON. VA. 
Permanent position available ~282 » isi washer—dsy or night how R35 rt NW t Fi Glebe Ra. and Wilson Bivd 
Falls Church, Va. w We Pood checkers. part time. 7 «4 9 : Apply Personne! Office Avety es Cove. Lee House Hotel, 183 Eye ls oor 


me 
for experienced Tailor-Fitter. aa aver thee —~ Includes fancy 9th Floor, Main Bidg. Tuesday, Mey te: calls. rite CLERKS 


G phone ca 
. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY dwich - Bmoloyment. to’ Richards 
es gat Ser aoe (Take Arnold 2-V Bus from Several SS ae ailable peice $25 “rears At Our Chevy Chase Store est uaas City 8. Missouri, Drug—Cigar—Candy—Fountain 


and other employee benefits. 1 ith & E Sts. NW. to plant) SECURE aiter ermal or informal—21 ~ FULL TIME 
Apoly Employment Office. Rm. 335 U . SALESMAN— HELP, WOMEN 16 Permanent Positions 
a =i . FUTURE — See “postr To love For Greenhouse Tere ae oe ee Pleasant and Interesting 
Raleigh WA IMA * eo Fine opportunity for lifetime) want more obpertan veo for aé- Apply Personnel Office ¥ 0 L U M | A Working Conditions 
Haberdasher Wists career. Rapid advancement.| [itrease? More Sugepinl surround-| Western and Wisconsin Ave PARTIAL LISTING ONLY Many Employee Benefits 


’ \e : 
1320 F ST. WW. tust “A.” work alterpating No experience needed. ings? Prevebey . CCTG ABST. ins.: tye. $3600 Paid Training Program 


h epended on for | . ) 4200 
“with, good local saaivenece need| Because of our rapid expansion we sp Ay i ee executives fs ADM ay & y APPLY AT OUR rage se DRUG STORES’ NEW DOWNTOWN 
w tpisr. o 


capabie " WH RED AKERY 
TRACHERS — (White). 63 $7000 } ' len tunit 4600 MPLOYMENT OFFICE 
ieondh Bie, Rca “feachers| ey a Pato DgENT i men. age S1-28 with at least a Rave received peter posit ae a) fate Wee. © Coe ne. Ai. O00 we Bk Pas he 08 | and Floor, 11th and G Bis. NW. Bnirance on 11th St. Over Bis 
. jon reveal vour identity. In complete x ©. Cooks $43 uD | bd to - 
_Bore. Me. ~ a img. BO experience neces- gontigence han’ for particulars R | Bing ite ae we, PEOPLES DRUG S | ORE 
- . meas 


ide Bulls 3 Y ee 1910 9th NW | DICTA ONE-STE! ~ .. 3500 8:30 A.M. to 4 P.M. Monday through Friday 
PILE CLERK. exp st. 3000 HO. 2-1234 


) plone’ on a ‘ 
WANTED FOR ite St Geer eater Th Pace ee 
EXCEPTIONAL | CLOTHING SALESMEN | er Seana, ee ee it cham SING 

peace Full Ti 3 i a ADVERT ISI 
obi es2 OR rouse erst! Too. a ie MAKERS | Mat vas v 
SHOE SALESMEN incr at™ ta is pee oe 


M H NI ‘ rad... 40™ ing "v 3120 r 
Full and Part Time MARRIED MEN LAYOUT EC A CS rf ag og wht oo Saleswo k 


: eager firm ' ‘ 
JIG & FIXTURE BUILDERS STENO.. personnel ..°°.". - Permanent positions available in news- 
COLUMBIA PLOYMENT & 
Experienced salesmen needed in cur new CHEVY So a rere paper classified advertising department 
‘ RI 
CHASE STORE located at Wis. Ave. and the D. C. ONTHED Immediate openings in new plant —- * f ’ for young women with sales ability and 
Line. INSTRU located in scenic countryside at z. some ivance. in rm ia good telephone voices who like to deal 
These permanent positions offer excellent earnings, uP *Y 7 Martinsburg Airport Martins- , ty op R ae os with the public; on the job training; typing 
italizati sis Ean | Boe. ms ired; five-day, forty-hour week; paid 
hospitalization, liberal discounts and other employe | ‘we Bis burg, West Virginia. Investigate Stee cee * ne B68 required; five-day, torty-nour w pai 
benefits. | ‘a a | vnsaihitiet ‘th 1S BE vacations and other employe benefits. Ap- 
Ping ROAD NW, {Ae SotONIe: WT) 8 Gown ply PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT, 9 a.m. 
to 2 p.m. 


aircraft company. 


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, ROOM 335 CALL C. A. BAKER 3 “ | tat | 
; | OL. 4-7630° aijceages. wht. (10). Wajtregses THE WASHINGTON POST 

RALEIGH HABERDASHER tal ithe 0000020200000 | He 

THIEBLOT AIRCRAFT CO., INC. aig 220205007 | 


1320 F ST. N.W, eo an - Ey cats 1515 L STREET N. W. 
| eames, wi #/ 4924 Hampden Lane Bethesda 14, Md. Bae, He. 


4 


[Ag pmverer rt od em ma HELP WOMEN 16 


D6 Stedey, Mey 19, 19% ‘CLERK-TYPISTS 
“415,000 oS An Por oe st bose 
Sunday moet aoe Se Be | hake, Soe ea wagons ga] ASSISTANTS 


. fee. 
Circulation HYATTSVILLE, MD. fe PAPER TUBE CO. 
a TECHNICAL 
means quicker sales results 


for Washington Post and APPLY ie comuany, Sats be SF toot at Roo ae : : | ay “ «| SECRETA 

vertisers. To place your ad | HOT SHOPPES | iperiente'i “nciprsi "oat intell-| HOTEL STATLER | Sgpariment eel cova rain ogg ims At Reageat FS ns RY 

aa survowwet orice | fig ina ah| “Seas rn * _| PRS Sfaecact “fo , 
1341 G St. NW., Rm. . . é finuous employment, ‘ mest modi Interesting and varied duties; 

Phone CLERK-TYPIST CLERK-TYPISTS dari data . K, 2c | Bie wiashuneton area, Bape App 20% _ Seceunt an parchacnns 

e insurance gene ; — ; 
‘REpublic 7-1234 BE EXPERIEN ED on oe re ranking gonads: gifice Bien FILE CLERKS reje rowing. clothing! sales v heiptal write ine vacation and sick leave bene. : oe 8 . = mabe 
a | permanent . an . hone ol at Youns & Simon. 340) mm SS. ee § , Wtoreetts 4 : a to| fits. Age up to 50, VU. 5S. citi- Bot J be expert = Woodward & Lothrop 


*| Woodward Bids. am a Ls : renship necessary. yy 
Many Company Benefits — ’ RLE ‘s Apps 


HOME ECONOMIST men st. Personnel Office 
nm salary to, cade ony CLERK- Le rers | Air-Conditionéd Offices COMPTOMETER The Johns Hopkins sa as a pcthenaa inca he 9th Floor Main Bidg. 
NCR 2bog and eregi Saper | PEOPLES LIFE INS. CO.) OPERATORS Crone ot mee Me ute University Bers “Chines or, fockyile | pre: 

. —_ | Room 706 1343 H St. NW. $8000 TO $12,000 tred turer poly in Fy 24 pag 
' pe rota ie gee fenced, no Sun-| STENOGRAPHER | a APPLIED PHYSICS aie esc as Ra hepertant hee 


Yearty, ho «ou * pos 
pane CASHIER-CHECKER for super mar- ) | CLERK-TYPIST euaiif A See, se ope for Staeh, i Bee i LABORATORY SALESWOMEN— Part, time 4 | prmenen ne Tin 


RE ra cess 
Times Herald classified ad- ter Betmanent™ peniticn: CLERK-TYPIST 


ket: exper nec. «£ pay. Avonpiy 


BANK C OF COMMERCE carl oie eal vemeon onvenien exandria loca-| Alex. sirl pref typist. perm work included. Salary ~— 8621 Georgia Ave nSual" Conve wy fhe ; 
ee at meg genes vg: A mer Feb ic re Bae. fer APPLY eek tetas Silver Spring, Md Sal ESWOMEN SECRETARIES 
oe ic Aww rts CLERK paca ec rey Generel Mavsine JU. 9-7700 2M 

= ari “hus Ye hae at “sae se ~ nd spared CLERK- ! PIST HOT SHOPPES 101 EYE ST. S.E. Emo ae er FULL OR PART TIME CLERK-TYPISTS 


. riday. SOSTESE—Eaperienced, a0 San- 
Monday through Friday mr tee EMPLOYMENT OFFICE Marr Oink Pati no | Bus 


Interesting Jobs in CORVEY pet for eler k-typist ie ver 134] G St. NW., Rm. 200 nousuer on wuRse—Prestical spine, ure | omen Se ted htt voone For New Laboratory 
tel or = ——— Subscription Dept. Good Pay—Good Hours | pe — = Sees tee aa F| xemn._ Soll_Packsat Scie | ime their career. Many interesting 
. oon selars. od Engineering Co. Company Benefits COSMETIC oe noah C, TSS" Mase gh - a or rest home now. to — On Johns Hopkins Road in 
<  “sewcenathaet Advancement—S-Day Week SeRORS TEA TORS manage airy) READY TO WEAR | Howard County, Maryland, 


: + AL . vs Beet are of. pt i Gali ee | Route 

ger a ae ee Kaw | SU. 9-4529 % *e GOVN'T. Es TEACHERS | § rene Be | ACCESSORIES «| copretmotsy 30 mane 

SE SOOKKEEPERCTYPIST — | —S.bay Week 3744 ft | se ‘OFFICE CLERK from Silver Spring by car 

Genera! ye psn -| ae — 7 CLERK-TYPIST CLERK-TYPISTS SEARS ROEBUCK & Co. ©] Sorse atelad et prot f30-040- _ HOME FURNISHINGS 

an erred. References. | Sick Leave —— tebe eae on Se COUNTER GIRL GIRL he experience necessary Compeny we carn. nal Peiraln for pis 40- HOUR. FBR aiee, Excellent working conditions, 
M 


rien . Ue 
tating machine 35-hou “| assistant office mane ger UNT O” 
. th 4 S| card with your name, . and pl modern air-conditioned build- 
ree Health Ins. gy  de-ecguas “ Cl ERKS dry cleaning store: appearance number to Box M-380, Post-| ditioned office located just out of aus — 


—Cateten — anent. position | fH. for further information. | ‘be, business, district S-day seek ing, vacation, sick leave and 
ees oat sited ern ‘otal —Spperacity to Adare’. HOTEL CLERK-TYPIST | fe.sec‘Wist gekiee see] ertovlllT ormce | retirement benefit 


GENERAL SERVICES Positions available in an ex- = oe Yaka eet lst-class hotel. Attractive. age 20 = wen a 


a LIFE INSURANCE CO. | pending eauch oosnzaton.|CSirin beaut aie! tine spats Math (eee cieeeans, cages) (TIE HECHT CO.) teas Ago 
te Resse apa + t wiih Bay, lnm me Se ease pe " aes a MONDAY THROUGH FRI. 
SHANNON & LUCHS CO. CLERK-TYPIST | convenient suburban | SieP eSrbbitis “COLORED | aaa SBE SA WEEN 
oo as_ 16th 


— > ml) oe 
1 KIPLINGER viiiies tail Permanent _reitt | COUNTER, WOMAN BREESE 25 oo BR) Bind nd eke eee THE JOHNS, HOPKINS 
. BOOK KEEP! NG ' ORGANIZATION of this area pre- =e — as ey of ar PA TRESS Valet exp. PAYROLL “CLERK SCI ENT] FIC RSITY 


err wr ° - - duties. APPLIED PHYSICS 
MACHINE SHEPHERD PARK AREA verves ase ‘Por aa ay are o ma 2reer, Bats. «.. mainly pet are : nd. che pin TRANSLATOR LABORATORY 


Your re time 


—. 
) 1729 H St. NW NO EDOM GUARANTEED PPLY IN PERSO “ | oe libe co. benefits, 5-day 
OPERATOR =| cait Ex. 3-4200 for Appt. | zounsiTear nenatd. ior jmmeaase| — woln TARE paogr SBN) iii Se Siar) oe ale det Vn "aM. W. 
| ; c a = SILVER 
| 4 PODER in EMPLY ae A fenged Hours, 6-0-6 & m-| should of Oe 


. p! 
peop ‘ ce ced - >) - 
-Experienced, under 35. Excel- CLERK Teatement ror = ae Tits bite, Yor! 719 11th St. NW... 24 Floor | S-day ) ; com- 
; " ( rthodontist in South Arlinst ~t — y benefits. food oat “— Apply x! OR CALL 
lent working conditions. White Exper need » estenisnins | Corp ie diel ; r aitver MELPAR, IN | yt ge jestrp Ble but not Must, 4900 ma tel & wise arive| pany.» Laun@ry. y erman pe pre-medcica! st ju 9 77 
. - r anitor s * 28 mcla neon - - 00 
: 4 ired to consolidate pondence.| L | Poy pier ee en Axe _ av. aD ~s B work : 


NATIONAL __ | seeibiae®, sips pine eget ‘Sworm—rs as 

asels ; , ome ping. s ce < A ubdsidiary f . J R o e'.- ‘ 

Steak Dore ie, SANE RE reer sags | Ween OH A Bre on OPED ever or | Nous LOrMPE Era aen,. a phermpsecceel neez, a tO 5. 
: ~ pist fer  wpositi im. rapidly . WA - > 

SAVINGS AND 6511. | rear ization . growing Lite Insurance Pleas. in Excellent Temunerations : peseram Sena compicte 


TRUST CO. Por. ey es ue | tome ile ssocla (OFF ai ay» seaicys aids one ae BU C OPERATOR aia Dian | ental SECRETARY 
eriu nt FRY 


portunity for LER TYPisTs INGTON, VA ork week 
poems elon to 


sto Mu Ss 8 . pertonceé on a and ew - ye — ee -~eeeees ee i a ad =. on 
be ageressive and * reliable ° lady with | AILY Lis" IN om I 1625 Eve st. nw and oad " _ SECRETARY — : 
SREPE-YYPISY for caclurtve dress | tome sales experience Apply Cen- | iO BUS ie a ee ABSOCIA- 2090 ARLINGTON BLVD. BICTAPNONE- OPERATOR Tove tunit ont, Ofow- Soins in bk.) meek lent work!: ‘. ee: 
shop: i-wome office complete | | See PALLS JRCH. VA typist for ition in rapidly ing umd cellent : Oo wi PC -— + ; : $80 eo - 

ree. sotaty open Joan L crowing Life erance Co. ms as. eae), in ts re week : OR- Gr ? ok. Box 534. Post-TH Pty oe 


working reona, interview on) ts =| 
White. age 21 te 35. Experienced A er A A. MA Dera! 416 Bide is A SECRET AR 


all gt 3 ton loyee N 
senior secretarial ang general a eee ay hh fyi time ort 1406 wii0e G BTREET Kw CLERK-TYPISTS fais 2 att ete OTS ai ate un in your pOLUME ¢ oy +1 + 18- SECRETARY ie : 


| ord manth empiove bene aft. CLERK P| Tt SECRE | ARIES ve! b= ys Vo “cone fhe re ou 
- | Y rp TRAIN C T NG can N _ - - 
CASHIER-CHECKER Ry OA gary ER  SOTEL ° BUPERVSORY AND CAREER aa ae SELLING ments Yeah am a ne| CREASES. CALL MR. DAVIS. 5 Day, 35-Hr. Wk. 


medina. THRU FRIDAY Permanent, white, for ral | DAYS. 3 WEEK 
permanent opening is b— White novel shoo. , ” ~—- | COME IN . TALK IT OVER fact arews has LADIES—PART TIME Openings in our agency dept 
bul af. Nashier. white ‘ clerical work and typing. hyd ad A NW real srowing company. ha in our home office. Excellent 
n if quick at mental edd} eshier whi ume 5 , 50 YRS —mone y-making opportunity 
: riy daytime hours. ashier Sun. 7 school graduate and some re- ac, — 40 yrs... to $4200 who has direct-to-con-| Barn extra money during your DISTRICT DISCOUNT opportunity for advancement. | 
hour week. Age 16 to 40. cent office experience pre- | mie ' es . os to $37 umer ex ma spare Lam Mrs _ averages CO Many c any benefits. Excel- 
: iquor er, wht. 650 ng. overseas. open issions. tes ” given r or ev work. . . 
Government Services, Inc. . ba} ferred. Air-conditioned build-| | pers. comttotier a ‘ a . cor or er “IPs re souuires. 1101 K ST. NW. lent working conditions Air- | 
1135 2ist St. NW L ing, vacation and sick leave $55-860 unusual specs with sre ure per week and be hard worker conditioned office Previcus SECRETARIES 


werview im 
5.day, 40-hour week. Bonuses B TYPO a = seen| be neat, ' i - aut home pho ae Bi am life ins. experience desired but | 
ists ‘man one not necessary. 


. 

de- 
| and other benefits. Call IN ALITY 
manual. "0-60 . om. ~~. Ty a esirabdle 


PB 833. -$65 dential preliminary inte | Sosttion. refie® reli orporation. | ished engin dering aboratory ter 
White. hich schoo! eraduate. some HO. 2-2476 cyenks. bnew). of iC getth. and veal 2 Sy pot a write “Box” | E be lor Sad te se fel be PERSONNEL ASST. PEOPLES LIFE INS. CO. EF eupet —S- , secretaries 
| Giabliny “aga” fnstnnce benefits. TPT —_Permancn S By a Na tor euatities essist-|ROOM 706, 1343 H St. Nw.| “ ‘* =O 
egeasifer Yash | treaties ethc ee tee ae:| err i <r 7 SUES sstome:|‘AUNPRE ONURAT oa ea at” eietirelen pie fee seams Maa am 
niu O08 One inn anent position.| ‘tien. 7 et aun Fs seperte | riv leses salary 8205 monthiy. | arene tor re 2A gy yy * gy bene: gy SH ns boy sal pi , 14 goctns and enouranes, Accurate 
Same knowledge i 3 5 day! nity and wormtne conditions: per- Ps = = v = w benefita renee Laundry. aa shorthand necessary. Por ferther 
Week. 630 & m@m o'¢ p m.| manent positio n. sales department. | . | arid eee “ x rae mien e ave. te inforniion, ar tot PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT 
r conditioned Sallam ! ing work and SAT _ F L R Ni SECRE | ARIES JU. 5-7200 


Are it z ine 3rd did feet na rot tt” soot ates Cone cellent 4 Spee tee he office pt ee Mt oe | 5000 LIBRARY pe oe es Lesile ay, ease AS vuadiite : s : sires 
: ery ts ‘r ° ITR 
* CASHIER-TYPIST ae ree ope" nat necennary, Cau Goto unaee af Pe "F “<% S| w= geet ae pm TO PLACE YOU POSITION PROOF 
Knowledge of othe mple bookkeeping ca . Bk LEY ‘pr 7-8 was = personable youne ts lady with IN THE RIGHT sa A Fey AA CLERK | VITRO oN er, OF ERICA 
ease reso ore forer pote | pu at eda amasonn MOST OAOR BANKERS petits tere S-day a. ase! x ce JOB! + Ne Se Eg MACH | NE 902 Wayne Ave. Silver Spring. Md. 
J 


pisTS.~—~<CS cathe 16. Ring Bids. i ‘Tes - rea} est, to 35... ... 84160 ares coepires, 5S tien | : OPERATOR | 


te LERK- ee 
BLACKISTONE FLORIST L, c me roul. mer. te 49 9 $3800 conditions in air-condition > Must be able to operate calcu- | TY 
1407 H 8. NW b : ae Inter es for vouns) CLERK-TYPISTS (2) pal a i Dart time - ee ae een ee Experienced, under 35, lator, adding machine, type- | SECYS.-TYPISTS 

: ee APPLY eure Manet QFFICE! Excellent location off Comm. Aye “goths fee for he "| .mandsem * * excellent working con-| writer, etc. See ABBEY First 
Galary commenpucate with A 4 MA THE H T CO. rs week. no Saturdays. Air ‘nervice ditions. 


Freace ong ab ae ana paid ta. AMPLE Ol OP- eae at AG Nw | conditioned 2 o° S-beb2 ad Elizabeth “Pinkston LIBRARY ASSISTANT NATIONAL SAVINGS | INTERVIEWS DAILY 


S. citizen, single 


ta secy 
Leceptionist secy.. 6s6n 


®* & minimum o vears 


; 
gther worthwhile cog 7 benehie RIPPIN © Mi | 
Sates payem 31308 vith ©2112. POR “IN. Fi, Seyseurea = under ihr" Cain “You tbe’ pnd do & TRUST CO. 
or inter F — GOLD MINE 1025 Conn. Ave. NW. Room 215) collese preferabiy in mathematics} SATURDAY Beginner stenos.... st, 

HOWARD JOHNSON’S B. F. SAUL CO. So sreanigition penjucse’ fecatica,| BY APPOINTMENT einner trois 


+ GEN orsanization. Pentagon igcation.| ga ~ESTATE SALES WOMAN to setnner | tptsts ’ 
owe & Western Aves. NW $50 TO $80 POSITIONS er fers woman with firm sant prea ment "ihe woman with the above assist at ne homes. full e. pag Ne 
vib ?. 30 M | car Exper des — ° _ oat ERCO DIVISION ae HS crad mo 
OPENINGS IN FOLLOWING LOCATIONS SENERAL 1 OFFICE Pity r sm Monday | >. au Me D4 Fy are tatters tes To x warts baltio 
| | geese vie y oy srocapal offic: co | Sr pi eohit 
Sportswear Saleswomen LANGLEY PARK, MD. WIS. AVE. NW. Suet, small PBX! conden! "hb iatss| ar ri MP. acc. 2334) Riverdale, Md. WA. 7-444)" SeRviCe REPRESENTATIVE 


a ollege a 21-28 
| BETHESDA, MD CONN. AVE. NW. mpeais. insurance and ‘paid vaca- edica Re leecw. ase 20-37. personable with r sted | “In. business ter 


. | ve . Dr.’ . Assi ong | goed steno. ability - for. pos = wrt 
Experienced SHIRLINGTON, VA. NEW YORK AVE. NE. | Hogate’s Seafood Restaurant oe «| RECEPTIONIST | IES yg 
: 8 600 


Training Classes starting immediately for L “at. SO) Lening Beep masnsine sete om BULTANTS. INC, Suite 
° cna 7 18 TO 30 iy 2 ae tt oat Sete ticles om 


2 day, 40 hour week waitresses and hostesses. Classes held in OPPORTUNITY : Should enjoy contact with the | SEC¥S, 7 rates food jobs. sirail 
1404 8 


. public and be caps Spebie of handling N - 
. | the evening or during the day for your | EXCELLENT SALARY | «220 ws alg] Eee” dearer ag, aula tee sanane 
« Liberal discount and other employee benefits convenience. EXPERIENCE ae So ae SR, a ae ey SECRETARY 
) NNECESSARY 7, - ) abe. . m n une lady A re ° 
APPLY EMPLOYMENT OFFICE Meal and uniforms furnished. Hig ie me eT ab S| De 7-208, Bet 261, between 9) mes ite 70 ay Ra 
7 ing and related work 

cides APPLY LOCAL ine” coepen ae =| Apply. in person. Phote ‘Pictorials: | age 26-4. consulting ensi-| “°°* per, "| 

rant patrons shert period | neering Bees Se t-isso| Greenwood Knolls, Inc. | 
RALEIGH HABERDASH HOT SHOPPE mae rl Stok Moda ae | an Le 

ER OR Cite “pecliten ‘ year sround. ; par aS, con . — ood "ave. at et Thomas Cir DE Wheaten, One. 

| orrice | F 
320 F STREET N.W. EMPLOYMENT OFFICE COPPER ORT ET Sheraton Park Hotel Ace st el = , $7 ee ai 
1341 G ST. NW. i» ROOM 200 Fah Pio ai Rag 5 na pM ane ie en tine: pres © Bre 


Thor 
| 7000 night auc procecure. exce}- 


orul hy [-sirl| Kool) PRRSONR 1 MANGER 
CUTTER—Good pay, 
hgiot ott ee OTS Veenaars fis APBD FERSORNEL Tit M st. ne gg Be 


hs CAPITAL AIRLINES JULIUS GARFINCKEL & CO. |S 
1 Site Chesee Has Immediate Openings JELLEFF’S Has Sales Openings Beatle Fl st cbreee 


Chesapeake & Potomac for in the 
Telephone Company Have 


Fem nr nrentigg = dati ie RESERVATION Immediate Opening ACCESSORIES ee evs ar 


Many Chances to Be Pro- Bete Pn 
moted and to Make More and FOR And ite 
Money. Working Conditions T Z K ET AGENTS Dress and Accessory READY-TO-WEAR 


Are Good and Assignments Are 
Interesting. The Benefits Are 


Among the Best in Industry. ' 
Some Jobs Require No Previous Capital Airlines, hae o America , oldest ‘ SALESWOMEN ; 
Experience. Excellent Business and most experienced airlines offers the FULL TIME 


Traming |'s Given to Our Employes. 
People You Will Work With Are Friendly. 


We Think You Would Like a Position With panding industry. These positions offer 
Us. Why Don't You Come to Our Office and 
Me See 


GIRLS 


Departments 


opportunity for a career in a rapidly ex- in our an 
F St., Conn. Ave. and Silver Spring Stores 9:15 A.M. to 5:50 P.M. 


Other positions to be filled Liberal Employe Discount 

i attractive ee wy with automatic Typists No Night Openings 
increases, opportunity for advancement 5-Day, 37a-Hour Week 

The and many airline privileges. Applicants Office Clericals Straight commission with guaranteed 


C & P Telephone Co. must be single, 19 to 30 years of age and Seamstress | drawing account 


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE ) ; 
725 13th Street N.W. possess a high school education. and Fitters 


APPLY 
OPEN APPLY YOUR NEAREST NEIGHBORHOOD JELLEFF’S STORE 
Monday Through Friday p |. De YF rsonne 
HANGER No. 3 SIXTH FLOOR 
THIS SATURDAY | F St. at 14th N.W. 
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FOR PLACEMENT 


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OFFICE HELP 


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USSELL KELLY 
OFFICE SERVICE 


REPRESENTED BY 


FIELDS AGENCY 


ST. 3-5448 


§ 


723 SHERATON BLDG. | 
7il 14th St. NW, \ 


OPERATOR | 


wit h pee! of fas 


o—__—_ — » a-e 
SWITCHBOARD 
Experienced, 
er oft) 
" =. 10 > - 
1roeug ... on- 
Opporval ‘y 
vy 
are 


INC 
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tabie 
gf ~tden GARDENS, 
Aa pe = 
yh Mo , 
6-41) a RD, 


TEACHERS (WHI E) 


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mn : a 

O-8400 ¢t 
nix ON 7 
Tak. > 

‘hist ory 


> POSIT! 
ed. ‘Lai 
: 2° OL POS! 
PIED wore 
$320 


S Teachers Agcy. 


TIONS 
TEACHERS 


for 


Ss? per r 
produce Mr 
1114 Vermont 


LEPHONE 
INTERVIEWERS 


Bes 4- 9148. 


"3 pol: ’ 

"CREDIT BUREAU 
0 57. NW aie 
TELEPHONE OPERATOR 
some typ! Be necessary. Lib-| 


—= fringe benefits. Apply in per- 
Capita! ‘Bank. 316) 


Se — 


TELEPHONE 
SOLICITORS 


Experienced or Inexperienced 


4 


Working from your own home| 
can be profitable and enjoyable 


LIVING IN MD. 


Call Mr. Williamson 
10-1 Monday thru Friday 


AD. 4-0800 
LADIES NEEDED 


FULL INFORMATION 
BY APPOINTMENT 


IN LAUREL, MD. 
CALL MR. TALBERT 
10-1 Monday thru Friday 

AD. 4-0800 


Telephone Solicitors 


TN VA. MD.. WASHINOTON 


is te the epport inity yee 
ee te ear p 
me ba 


—— 


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yOu | 
rt. 


7m your own 
information 


Mr Cosme at 
4025 Rhode Island N.E 


..* TELLER 


Youngs lady with some math. apti- 
@ and typing abt ity 
on as teller 
Bxcelient 
. Martine 
son. 


reason- 
ADpiy ini 


in 
bonefite 
salary. 


PRUDENTIAL BUILDING 
ASSOC. 
‘1338 G ST. aelt 
. B-day. | 
AP- 
pment Co 


position i In 


oe nhear- 


lotribetinn 


TYPISTS | 


must be aualified typist 

~ he to start 
dye ce With on . > ob | 
Salary comm | 
N abilities Fotme n.| 
hour week a! | 
1 , wo Fe 
jionine. RS in person | 


NATIONAL 


Bimon Corp. 


fe ek 


 STENGS | 
$20 | 


$70 | 
$50 | 


MELPAR. INC. 


WOMEN 


if 
*| Your 
Husband 
ls An— 


~ ENGINEER 
PHYSICIST 


Seeking 


TYPIST 


For full-time typing; 
white; permanent posi- 
tion. Must type 50 wpm. 
S-day, 40-hour week. 
Sick and vacation leave. 
Cash bonuses; air-condi- 
tioned building. Call 


HO. 2-2476 
A 


“TYPIST-CLERK | Broader 


Permanent position, good sal- FINANCIAL 
ary, S-day week: vacation & and 
many company benefits. Ap- PROFESSIONAL 


ply Mr. Williams. HORIZON 
Hub Furniture Co. | ¥ 


__7th & D Sts. NW. 


Tol Him About 
e 
TYPIST BURROUGHS 


EXPERIENCED Research Center's 
| Advertisement 
Must Be Accurate on the 


| SPORTS page 
UNDER 35 in Today's paper. 


BURROUG 

is locateg in Paoli. Pa.. 

adeiphia’s Main Line where 

7 homes are readily ay valle 
schools are excellent 
and the shopping centers 

amongst the finest anywhere. 


| Excellent Working 
| Conditions 


NATIONAL SAVINGS 
& TRUST CO. 


TYPIST 


Policy writer; for. general 


Research Center 
on Phil 


able 


oniy minutes away 
e) with tts 
. fine univer- 
oa cultural 
only two 


sities and = 
acdvantages 
hours vivine “diztance from 
famous Atlantic City. metro- 
litan New York and the beau- 
iful Pocene Mountain region. 


WA ve PUTA 1A* 
IAIN LIN 


AVAILA ie TO ¥ AND 
YOUR FAMILY 


BURROUGHS 


Research Center 
Paoli, Pa. 


Experienced 
Im ediate Openir 
Salary Based on Exper! ience | 


CALL ét. 
TYPISTS 


hen CAn ype _EAST 


$0 


in 
 . do 
6, Post- 


aa evetterne ~~ 
ne at home 
Th incl. phone oa 


— wORKING CIELS—Ae— ~ bored 


ne; 
riviieges ME $-3600 eres. 


you 


WAITRESS (WHITE) 
METROPOLITAN foccnd 
STN 


hew teresting life ‘on be 
020. Pennsylvania 
| Bide.” ios" Dur “et 


NW hurs 
——— 
18. high 


e (2). 16 
school] education 1 nec- 
talke Mr 
1129 Vermont | 
|) 


a NG LADY 


Immediate opening | a 
and segeres 1 oca! 
office of «a national "old line finan- 


Past modern dining room: excel-| Ay 


mt tips Digit int Da RESTAU.- 
; ih Bt 
“ aver + ite. ¢ by 


4.1 
‘sal * 
yet 


Call ‘after 


WAITRESSES White. over f1.-Ao 
Piy im person to Priendship Res-| 
ws irant 4323 Wisconsin ave. nw. | 
AITRESSES of part time. | 


Ap- 


ts etd ’ »~ * for opesinamen* 

Call Mr. Oriffin JU. 5-8 _— 

A DRESS _sHor t 

Write} Good. 5 
ri 

‘eat! —. 


your hom No 
~~~ ps oomaan 
Mann Clothes 


experienc — 


Glodern 


ight work. hours 6 P 
~~ er BJ. 


m. toZ2a 
rystal Restaurant, 


Cc ee aaa ve 


pleasant) | 


WAITRESS sts - 


* Apply COUPLE, to take care 
s Restaurant. 


210 Piiecann a} oes ouse. furnisived liv 


'WANTRESSES—White | 3 gy FO 


ny. 
Gay i2 
Must experienced Complete tab to edit house — or teen~- 
company benefits APPL 


age girlie. Good back und nee 
heraton- Park Hotc| sine experience in layout. edito — 
EMPLOYMENT OPTICE 
woot 
oa ‘ 


of room 
arts 
Aopiy 404 


rinting. ecessary 
ackground essential. 

PRESSE R—Po- ge 

Pt oneer Laundry, 


WATTRENE: While. 
ch hour : at h~.' 

Pri HORS CoPrEE| LADY needed 

916 16% af 8t 


WAI TRESSES 


mcollent sorpinas meals and unt- 
orm —_ vacations. 
+e ie 

ne 


a8 RE 


might 
in detali —confidentiai. Box 
ost-TH 


part-time field 
presentative for market research 
he = 6 in ash 
souulanenane 

tere audit 

xperience 
8 Market 

425 


ae 


“hospital 


° 


HOWARB NON $ 


- . 
WOMAN FIELD MANAGER 
wu evevioes direct selling 
anagement qzperi- 
Car necessary for leeal driv 
Nationally company 
Pomm jection 
Por foherview | 
"Post. -TH. 


to 
program 


ab ase 25 
enti” ‘dovelapanens 
rien ing 


im teac 
as 


t CENTER has 
openings ae 
. Beey 

wet. 


ce a oe 


rome 


va 


Me a & 


[hh PERSONAL TY 
< ade mature 
it = 


3 Immediate Openings 


Woodwa rd & Lothrop 


.«- BOOKKEEPING 
MACHINE 
OPERATORS 

(Sales Audit) 
... CLERICALS 
(to work at down-town store 
or service bidg., Ist and M 
Sts. NE.) 
. DRAPERY AND SLIP- 
COVER SEAMSTRESS 

. PRESSERS 

. SECRETARY 

. SALESWOMEN 


bon us , c. PREE TO 
pes BATES, | 
ALSO OPEN 


SITl 
_MRS. MAUSETH. CALL NA. 8-8510 


Age 21 to 45 


To train for light assem-| 
bly work. Factory ox. 
perience desirable but! 
not necessary, 


EVENING 
INTERVIEW 


Tues., May 15th 
6:00 to 9:00 P.M. 


AT 


1311 SOUTH 
FERN ST. 
(Off Jeff Davis 
Hwy.) 
Arlington, Va. 


APPLY InN eEpsor 
to 
ax. Thra Priday 


SATURDAY AND EVENINGS 
Regular, Daily, Part-Time 
(Silverware and Hosiery) 


FULL TIME 
(Women’s sportswear, daytime | 
dresses and garden shop.) 


Excellent Employee Benefits 


Personnel Office 
9th. Floor, Main Bidg. 


POSITIONS 


saressive expanding mo 
anking and real estate om 

immediate openings for the 

ing 


Secretary to work with 
Pieasant personality. « 
a statintstratioe | 
c 


pe 
ood 


technique 
nd. 


Clerk-typist. sood 
billing or copy 
desired but not 


with fieures 
typing experience 
necessary 


Cashiers’ assistant, general know!- 
or expe in eeneral of- 
flee practices. 


Pleasant workin _ canahiens On- 


§-5000. Exit 


RALEIGH HABERDASHER 


SALES AND SERVICE REQUIREMENTS 


We have several positions available in our new Chevy Chase 
store located at Wisconsin Ave. and the D. C. line. 


PART-TIME—EVES. and SATURDAYS 
READY-TO-WEAR SALESLADIES 


Experience preferred 


FULL-TIME DESK CLERKS 
FULL-TIME OFFICE CLERICALS 


liberal 


\ 


These positions offer ensotione salaries; 


discounts and 
other employee benefits 


APPLY MANAGER’S OFFICE 
45 WISCONSIN CIRCLE, CHEVY CHASE, MD. 


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, ROOM 335 
1320 F ST. N.W. 


A 


ing 
re 
Saturday aon 10-5. A. 


pshot te 


_, MARRIED WOMEN 
opportunit 
Somer, to ov make pasinens : ~ mm 
i or a tm time 
Can Monday 9-12 500 Pst 
Re Se seid 
ve. Wish school 
yrs. for interestine 


aon, oe Dius expenecs 6s 
Terai ie Ao oe ee 
en x Mice 


*' @ 
wey a 


direct selli Pull 
+t a ry iw ine ir vba 
trance 
+7 LAY "ed Te ine 
Mon. Tues. 9-12, 1-4 
—— ee anni 
INCO 


ME weekly 
time es orld Books 
tional 


lee 
7 


aoe | 


up to 
swachers. sa-eochers, wives moth. | 
ers. with 


e. 


bn as Sa e | 
A arant income with 
ite for advancement 
interview appoin — call 


| INSURANCE — Want “eit reliant 

youn lady vith imitiative 

2 —y-—} | he ot bulld ema! 
a ne mm aviet’ ’ 

oy nad cas. exper. ty 


and pleasent telephone man re- 
4. Bb “oe 


. usine 


‘it * 
. kkpr T 
4 Pountain Girl ry 
is. Dom mestic and eens 
Laundry sv egkere =. 
Wai peronees ’ 
WIN AY £08 EMP I. 
Empl. Service 
1724 - ST. NW. 
NO FEES 


CLERICAL SION 
AL £, DROPESSIONAL 
FIFTH FLOOR 


to 


>. meetine 


know tep 
eoty ey ) 


ore. | 


| DRAFTSMEN 


20 hours wkir. Call UN | 


ne 
typing skill 
Gesirabie but not *) 
ecutt -7O1A 


sive. aol LABORATORY TECHNT- 
- | CIAN. mus 


: 


Some 
publi c desirable + other posi-/ 


ions for expr 


typists or 
ners available —o- 


’ 


STENOGRAPHERS 
TAR ES. ‘aoe for 
provate industry 


an¢d SECRE 
vacancies itn 
government 
opportunities, for 
oF @xXDr. perso 


TA AT 
THIRD FLOOR 


~~ Hotel. restaurant er 


ome economics or practical 


—— Otrl—5 » m.! 
Dispenser—18-40 yrs 
~~ cme yrs. cay or nicht 
: 


GROUND FLOOR 
OPPORTUNITY 


vere unurual position for 2 career. 


Direet 
Selling experience desira bie. — L . 
necessary. e\ve J 
complete h 
ow to follow up loca! eavest 
inquiries and interview housewiy 
desiring part- — work. Car 
eyir ~~ or [pter 
pron Kennedy at 1 
LOVMENT. SERVICE 
oy M. MONDAY. 


: | 


ou: | 
wy 


| 
Julius Garfinckel | 
Co. 


Has Opening for 


CORSETIERE 


PERMANENT POSITION 


Straight Commission With 
Guaranteed Drawing 
Account 


No Night Openings 
3742-HOUR, 5-DAY WEEK 
LIBERAL EMPLOYEE 


DISCOUNT 


|. Apply Personnel Office 
8th Floor 


F St. at 14th NW. 


~ CAREER OPPORTUNITY — 


dy 
~ background — in - or party- 
Pian sellin eekly guaraniees 
plus incentive. also hospitalization 
Plan eliminates 
Guarantee auteo- 
senna Company 
nationally oper advance- 
opportunities Woniianeea Por 
interview ohone JA 


n 
pment: 4 
daar 7 


Op “Booald have sone taseteite 


With recruitin and 


| 
| 
is 


—__DO_NOr TELEPHONE 


| 


’ 
: 
: 


J typ 7) 
in oe . i 5 in st ine. ABD 


iFl 
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 
Several Jobs Now Available 


Has Position for Young 

With knowledge of Pn B and 

aoe Experience not necessary 
ny company benefits 

salery $51 pos 40-hr 


— MAJOR. OIL CO. | 


aot por ° 
country restaura ant 5 
board an _Tgem. Call after 2 5. m.. 
c 5 
immed (PA easie 


an 
PING 


Ro YD 
eul 


courses i sho 


9-12 P st 


HELP, MEN & WOMEN 


ACCOUNTING 
CLERK 


week. | 


book vil service hand | 
ode OMEN 
- w Fe heat sopearing 


9-Day, 35-Hr. Week 


Insurance accounting experi- 
ence desired, some knowledge 


not necessary; permanent po-. 
sition, with many company 
benefits. This position offers 
excellent opportunity for ad- 


t. 
APPLY 
PEOPLES LIFE INS.’ CO. 


: 
’ 
: 


beginners | 


to Se Poe a. Sok tos 


°. Ou 
,. IUEENS * 1404 


train- CHW- 


Enro references 
BI Rep! 


on 
1.B.M. Procedure desirable but | 5. 3139 for 


| standard 
> 


BER VI 
1025 Conn. Ave. NW. Room. 215 
ih 7- 


nite 
caring for elderly 
senile or mental hosp 
| dived DR. refs Pre te travel. 


: 
eral Office Cleric “es $238 Lat re! is th 
"| fi icon Ran Bia iaie fo ae | eee m6 ROOMS 
vices, a “. ae.) 
WILL CARETAKE | a 
voune ledy «6writine§ thesis i 
take house. Bets, while Pv 


27 


. 
dbie. bed. —— 
bath: good transp: also 


MECHANICAL 


1 room aler. re- 
Te. steve. Good neighborhood 
ey! hing furn. $8.50 eck 


several 


CGwert << 
free wtils hotel conven- 
: : 


cancies. 


Minimum of 3 veare’ expert- 
ence in Myott and component 

— 2 of electro-mechanica) 
devic 


shi. cool, 
rm, kit ato. | 
ates aoe aad 
k-re 
a ie, ni’ west studio! 
iyi rm... 


with porch. semiovt 
ya s oy Ss .s>- give) Rit: for ” 
erences. age desired 


| on les cont 


ferenc it i furan 
run. water ater 813 week ae 
ea ee nang 1 a. Vw. Tao e oh 


vente part ae | : 
| and hot ‘pint 


| Call AD 2-0803 
Waser LADY wants day's —a fr 


OPPORTUNITY to eneace 
ranted procurt Gesigning 
Ging éesign-dialteman 

Position 


its) 


rent 
ry me. for i 


58150 | 
arehil.” 
on 


2 singles refri 


EMERSON 
Research Laboratories 
7O1 Lamont St. NW. 
TU. 2-6800 


we col eet oa 


e urn. 


ered. Private | — 

phvsican's ‘effies ie éayv 6 "Harvard “ 
— M208. CO. 5 
aaNiey Dart 

typist. vtaneed 

and mechine transcri 
pwriter i 5 
: aera ay —- Pride. Cail | 

76 anytime : 
PuLé PLAYER to play overs G 
hour te the heur. 6 nights we 
alter 3 — s 300 Sth st. se. 


EYL Saiesmen or Sares- 
4k. Rellabic Virginia broker 
hes ef attractive sroposition 
ofier am ageressive yvounse man or 
woman with car 133 re) — 
enc produce. Exceiient lsti noe 
' * Exper 


. t 
ine sleeping rooms 
—Rms. and apts. al) sec- 
BSecur 
MA brite "ud 


thereush good 
trustworthy and °. 7323 
st 


ne 
$9, DU. 7-94.20 


et fosizes a M4 

apc ebild care. ref 4969 ’ 

OL. lady cesires serine 19, Purn or =afurn “RA 3-iaee. 
are 


CHW. ch 
— WITH BOARD 
ROOMS, FURNISHED excel mea! s: close-in 
nice has Rr 


es on JA. 8-2106 
Con ; ee 
7—Pas Trrsimes $8 and 


ho 
>I 


969—Thre 
~y* fred. 
r 
it AY 
Youngs men te share ¢ 
with fellow from Pe 
Vv: i re ¥) 


{yrn. ity -m.. = bedrm 
Use of din. & zit. 
= a ees Suit i. 


‘ARUINCTS ¥ —Bedrm. Te 


Piano. 
7 -16 Pas) 


re ab c 
Give phone exp Pr 
- om dD C or shone UN 


“TEMPORARY ‘HELP ~ 
SERVICE MANAGER 


‘Temporary Help ~ Ape Manager 
Interrational r 

Temeer ary Help Servi ce Organ) 7- 
Unusual 


Uema 2 
Ant 4515 isth 9 ¥. ‘A | 
ne lg pear bedi er Ded -. 
Dear 
= , és 930) F 


2 expos 


Ww 
UTES FR 3 
PARKING. Pa “s-2910) 


in 

ser — Master | A empiore 

bath for i ofr 

MY. 53-3455 

CALVERT and CONN —foel teac- 
CO 


ceiving complete training at home Walk-in closets Leéy.| 


Me a . 
Toca! CAPITOL WILE 33e- ETN oft we 
‘NR SENATE 


rat 


r bath. | 
& dbl. rms Breakiset . A ™ Good 
mea. E 


i 16 s. ae 
Single and double rooms Yor young 
ladies & men. showers, exc. boar 
—o Conn and 1! > 1416—Neely — 
Sheraton -Part Hote! _ gy ; bath. 
bat = large closet: 


free 
Y .6ao4. 
3320 - -Meals 6 days 


sal 
Hoprs. Manpower. | 
. 1420 Walnut Street. Philadel- 
pois. Ps 


WOOL PRESSERS 


«=. for working moth- 
wil anes fay care to smal 
$456) | Ee, TA. 93-9279... 


ee 
4; oom ate = HARTNETT HALL!" 
sara — | 1426 21st St. NW. 
Rau, HALL | 


Experienced White or colored oo 
Pitalization. vacetion ith a / AD 
ny 62 6 a. NW. See Mr ay 


UL | EXCELLENT 


san | ~=FOODS! ROOMS! SERVICE! 
AT AMAZINGLY LOW PRICES 


HU. 3-5432 
CLUB MASON | 


1726 New Hamo. Ave. NW. 


Part-Time Clerical 
EVENINGS 


$45: bath. #70 


De luxe living in a club Soutiones 


for Dusiness tlsdies a 
Single and others, 


wk. includ meais and hotel serv 
NO. 7-677 


The Washington Post 
and Times Herald 
1515S L Se. NW, 
1 YOU ARE over 


satisfactory 
PUTU a U ¥ 


—Pleasan 
room for business girl. home privi- 


See 
‘rable sx CHILD CARE 
5. —DOW STOW N 
4% VAY HOTEL | 


home-like: nice lobby: TV std 
‘24-br : fun water th ARE i 
ona | Gruiazee from 6 me. te 5 yrs 


xre 


Gays. coun 
home. on farm 


care by exper. 


6 and wi os 6 
com tn 
PMrreD Room aia “% 


Or betler 3 "RE 
regis. Thurs. 10 te 3. NAT. Cx 
SELLONS ¢ 14th 


| on DOMESTIC 


S—Mothers 
RESORTS 


ro. 
18) 


t domes- 
we check 
. 


RY day care for 1 of 2 childs 
Wheaten home. LO $0406, | 
mothers care 

fe RE 

eae 5 te ic 
Li. 35-7200 


‘ helpers. 4156C 
“wages Trans. ady next dat h: $6.50 otk 


185t. Apt. S10. Master 
rt Da: Gen: 
: 


ate 
talking dist 


good care ge ye 
Whe or day care 
on Colesville Fr 


——-. or UNFURN. 33 


home 
Tl 
he 


| aes 


ios ood far the bes 
— , Sorkers 
we 


ic Gay 
every 


7 ajecpine roo 
y_ app 
caps Nt ase | §N 


m™ 
ny Ome 
| downtos "2 


Hos pital 

Chambermaid rm... 

avail 

corner a ; 
Missouri ave. ow. Ap’ 

6-3356 
' G mode easy’ 
. parts P- Xa © 


Live 
week. LADIES EXCHANGE. 
19th st. nw NA 8-498) : 
(oe GHW for summer. ‘ilantic 

City. June 15 to Sent & —- 3 week 
+s Gave off middie of wee wo 


924 


owr 
4-3400 
34 


‘ r 
live in. for couple 
children: refepences 


cn 
NA 
aay iy Lith st 
- Janii lor -chautleur- maid 
$240 } O., apt, ao wk. Ret. 
er Zz iets 
COUP ree butler chaulleur 
So. Me 
17, KK ww 
uw care 


— Paiairfax June 
bed 


Bubiet 
<< i sarden ap 
comp furn.. dishes, ete. #110 ri 


AS DEIR — Desirable 2. reoms 


line ar entrance 
— 


enir. 
wi ftities furpisned 


—imployed lady of cole. rm F 
1th bath. air<ond. new furn 
= 


2- = — 
—-Leveis facing park E 
semipvt bath : 


"Bei. rm 
6-10 p. m. week-| reas Garase avail RA al 
| 3 


——— 


Fxperienced white housemen, 


rrr 
chit! ne children 
Relerences 
7 


> 


arws. Boljine Naval 

Atte ra and 
Cook over 35 

air cond. rambler. Must be 

‘wal chiléeren eiper 

; references ree. $30 per 


gt ae 


Live mm OFT oul All sect) 
and Mc ABBEY PER. 
ol] K Nw 


ase g00d refs 
it. oo 


un 
| aeers? Cal Mon bath ert. entr 


de a by &D- 


VIEW APTS 
Very desirable 1 bedrm. New. mod 
furniture Redecorated weil-kep 
Ample storasge jaun th 
56 incl wtils enta of 
1 A st so. JO.. 


rms ViC—i- 


joe Hoe “aesehoined. “cht: 
iling Field—Navy Yd.) 


rm... mod. bide. beaut. fur- 


—Wh ) 

25-40, tor 3 " daughters of attorney 
for weekencs at summer place. Re- “SPRING NS John Woo. 
u-TH ap. Te, bar. Rea LO. 4-089) 

sm. Si Crean coms 


2-42" y r~ 


bedr 

yer aor 
—White. te live in 

to de light 

in family 

ase and weer desired 


live in private 
g +h alt children ref... 


we 

age 40-50 ch he} 
care of i@-month-old child 
refs. and health ca 


Good | 
Apply s05/ » 


Date 
bath. x 


To a R.. with prive. Sh eae | 
pe 


hewes| 


nd #425-8150 ay : ettr 
avy Me Vx pe 
THER's rem small chil- 
s. desired ones | 
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i a , 
ier 10 TOLBDREB— ees tee 
ee fe] ear s. pw. Laree af. 
nn ee eee Se fake 
on Guitian home, $90 TU 20972 
4 e as , BF. car) 


ee | 
va ete 
nusuaily nice. — 
apt. nr. } Re buses, | 


— Well Sere. i. 
dinette. jtc . 
_ brary 


tii 


ar 


have 
ealth Wouid consider 


good Closed | 
r while er colored. Cali JA.) . x 


. 
. i! ith 8 N 
lady. ooree rms br yi or wk 


air =. 


> pest “aa mh 
-Studio — = 
aD | 


privis 


052 Puro 
m=. kit. bee: and 
: elevator & switch- 


mL —Nice = 
a‘ 


gas stove, or. 
sce. rm | 


relria .| 


MINTWOOD Ft 
—i 18th and 


io ‘ine 
mother. Aces 2-6 


ha 
5-549) 


nee ' 


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a May 13, 1956 


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APTS., FURNISHED — 
Comm, A teely furn. 


3 = daa 


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DUPONT Lay AREA 


shed; effic. and bachelor; 
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mies. RE. 7-5 
CLE—Townhouse apt. 
pores, | tie. fully equip 


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19th. hs nw FM. 3-3223. 
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bat 


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suitable 3 ek #149 mo. Also effic 
S90 mo 


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2-Tm. api 


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2-, 3-BEDRM. APTS. 
HOUSE TYPE 
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JEFFERSON VILLAGE 


1734 ARL. BLYD PALLS CHURCH 
DAILY $ TO 5. 8UN. 12 TO 4 


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>| CARROLL ARMS § HOTEL, © 

| BY THE SENATE OFFICE 
BUILDING Al FIRST & C NE | 
aE APARTMENTS | 

AVAILABLE | 


ON re K 
MONTHLY BASIS 


ALSO EW 
NEWLY DECORATED SINGLE 
(D: OOM 


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| DONNA LEE 


| Newly . 
Furnished & Unfurnished | 


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CLORETS GA 
SOUNDPROOF. F I R E- 
—We- LOVE CHILDREN 
~ ——PETS WELCOME 
—“TOPS” IN EVERY CON- 
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- APTS. FURNISHED 34 


reanaoae ST a 


| ¢anditlening ay 
EFFIC. APT.—$65 MO, 


aw RLET—Comfortabie 2-dedrm 
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minutes down " 

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4434. 


2-BEORM. APT, 


bids.. nicely furn.: 


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a Pa. se. 811 
-0190 of Di. 3-018 
2828 CONN. AVE. 
Brand-New, Air-Cond. 
LUXURY ak 
“EFFICIENCY_-$79 § 50 
METROPOLITAN APTS. 
200 RHODE ISLAND AV 
‘ile’ . vented ab’ 2. Sot 
Res. mgr 
1-FARE ZONE 
4688 NICHOLS AVE. sw. 
Bedrm., Furn.—$88 up 
(INCLUDING UTILITIRe) 
Compete! ‘7 modern: large closete; 
clameond for ehildren 
PHONE JO. 1-2700 
Open Daily, 9 to 6 PB. M. 
too 6 P.M 
IMMEDIATE GOCUPARCT 
me ifully furnished: 1- 
MK NT Gardens. 


PURURY BEDROOM 
I od . 
n modern Gerater a4 
Bedrm., Unfurn.—$65 
spacious aan. plave veil 
adults. 
Sunday, | 
ree rooms 


Beau: . 

n modern 
noaene, Ar 
spacious lawns, 
and eonetead fecilities. 
ALL, UTILITIES INCLUDED 
ALSO UNFURNISHED APTS. 


RES. MOR. JA 17-0300 


S._riederick Bt._at Columbia Pike 
OPENING MAY 30TH 
RICHARDSON MANOR 
ON OCEAN FRONT AT 49TH 

APTS 


ree! ional 


POR RENT B 
REDUCED RENTS DURING 
UNE 


Phone Ocean City, Md 


| City, Md. 1123 
CLAIRE APTS. SE SE. 


Close to Navy Yard. 1 and 3-bed. 
tastefully ~ ww 
pie closet 


Avall 


cane 


‘COMMANDER APTS. 
NEW DE LUXE 


AIR-CONDITIONED 
BUILDING 


WALK DOWNTOWN 
1225 13TH ST. NW. 
EFFICIENCY 


NEW MODERNISTIC FURNITURE 
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY 
INCLUDING ALL UTILITIES 


SECY. & , FEVaTe vice 
Oo . 
ingu IRE D 


| HOTEL 2400 


- An Address of Distinction 
2400 16th St. NW. 


BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED 
SPACIOUS APARTMENTS 


+ 


2 bedrooms. large closetes 

id and linen services ime 
rental din ing 

oune®. private garage 

ote, 


Harnett, Gen. Mor. 
CO. 5-7200 


BASEMENT Art. —Priv. entr. 666 


very 
COLORED oF 3-r1 


j — bedrm 
and shower 
a or 


mo 
a om 
reas “a6 Sie, 
a Bked apt 


man reas. 
i or 2 gentiemen, 
16° 


wk. 2415 18th 
iat 


COLORED Lovely 
iO Eye st. ne Ld 


‘ 3 
Cot —am kit 
RA 4. 


nw eect 


3 ; ome. 
RA. 6-920) 

i A a. ne > rm. = 
-$357 ot to 


{ 
COLORED. Mat ‘Girarg § aw — 
kit. : 


| 
a oy 6 ; 
only oy 4-5067 after 4 
COLORED—2 rooms and 
. HY, 
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COLORED — ‘sol Pairmon ~s ot. Kt 


nicely turn 


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“a Rhode island Ave. . WW —S- 
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Ds Sunday, May }3, 1956 


415,000 
Sunday 
Circulation 


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for Washington Post and 
Times Herald classified ad- 
vertisers. To place your ad Aus 
for Sunday. 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


. i tile. weary facilities: 

ae at Chet | 

aM. Broyhill & Sons | 
gh. NO. 


Vic. WASH + 810. joe =.) 
-bedrm. apt.. utils. 
ih. equip. range retricerator. 


aad | a a in paaers 


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oa 1629 Oe at 
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BOLLING FIELD VIC... 63 New. | 
com> st.—2-bedrm. «@ 

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th | stile. nel $72 80 mo. 


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Li. BROOKLAND. 1201 Otis at Ry 
Liv. rm.. din. rm. 2 bedrm 

| Bath. Utils. incl. 680. LA $8196. | 

key. 1215 Michigan are. me. | 


aot bide... ne 


all wily decor: 1. 
| id liv. rm. rr dipetie. . 


ae ee: os with shower ‘Also { 
7 house. of.| BOLLING FIELD AREA 


36) 


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BELLE VIEW 


. ar. 3) 
bath. Cony.) 
ladies co. 3! 


™. apt. kit 


Utils 
| tranep 2 $75. 


Alex: 230 min 
Pent a CHASE. 3941 Newdale 
19 min. ba 


and 4—2 rms... dimette, kit 


tmosphere specious 
fa country club area —_ 
city sg A ae Oft-stree 


eee Tecteres | tures 


FE Py 


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through ' 4 


Resort 


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N Te 
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rémises. CO. 5-7744, sian | BOX 
call "SHANNON & LUCHS. 724 seta | 


UNIV. ND 


ane 4626 KNOX RD 
Newly dec. 1-2 rm . 3 dike 
‘| t shen. schools. ww aa | 
tractive 1. 2 and 3 bedrm “ests: 
pee 
. in acilities cue 1 vel ken — 
. for. Demi. 197 Mina. | IN THE AREA 
1 BEDRM. 


aS 2 BEDRMS. $75.00 Up! 
-|FURN. APTS., $81.50 Up 
ray FE 

downtown Con- 


LOWEST RENT 


FOR BROCHURE AND 
FURTHER INFORMATION 


wun * ange abt APTS. 


L OFFICE 
Riot. Bistrict Heights Pkwy. 
1-6 


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a. e.. -- 
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: pie parking | 

mahi es 

> 

Riter office 


oes. 


i 1%. | Sethe: ait-cond. | 


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Gelumbis | 


TR stat 


ty 9-6 Sat. 10-5 Sunday 


UNIVERSITY CITY APARTMENTS 


2 Bedrooms 


ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 
STORES AND SHOPPING CENTER 
IN. IMMEDIATE VICINITY 
Near Schools and Churches 


iG Feu ss sets, DUPONT CIRCLE AREA i= 308 


.$63.25 Up . 


vic NAYLOR RD & HTH ST SE 


SLE “a coped Rr 
a See 


14th st. 
ge Sete ee 


ation. —- i 
portation. 


, $74 $0-$79. 50 | 


laree closets ath 


en. ern 
7 
Mogera 3. ent a _sutente tor ceteris 50 to 0 $67.50 


| lar e yy heath 
2900 30TH ST. SE. AFT. 1 
L 


=. 


modern. remodried 


t Pleasant st. carline 


—j sedrm 

. 56 inci. ati 

1 2 ee dinette kit. 
sowak> hk sharin | 


a 


bedrms wr 
ad LP ye t with saenned peren.| 


bath, 


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ed et ok 


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“fooms, 


apt. rear porch ba 
ra + avail immediately $0 
ost >) 


x, a ts fir : 
= care sea, gre mo 
—toom deluxe! 


pilex. leree. within 3 duplex Cony. te shopoins and! 


s of) 
main Silver : $1 


outside 
or dryers: afar parking: us 


. —Ave m 
) 1-bedrm apt. f furn me - x, 


“conv sehis. 


rated apts im elevator Side, Cop: 


isting Of 4 rms 
1 os ae or a fe Bitoni 1 BORE 


Vermont Ave. I 
168 bik. BN. Z| rave 


. $62.50, 965. util incl CO. 


mod. : 
laundry rm.; arenes 


iL : 
SLIGO PARK 
APARTMENTS, INC. 


| gpartments in 
retarial 


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 


LARCHMONT 
GARDENS 


S. Frederick St. at Columbia Pike 


Artingten'’s finest garden apartment development, 
5S minutes from the Pentagon 
Choice efficiencies 
1, 2 and 3 bedroom: units 


Ideal for Children Newly decorated 


Plavground sree 
Laundry facilities 
ross ventilation 
*e Master TV antennae 
Outdoor fireplaces. Picnic 


CONVENIENT TO TRANSPORTATION. SHOPPING AND SCHOOLS 


Efficiency, 1, 2 and 3 Bedroom Units 
$65 Up—All Utilities Included 


Resident Manager . . . JA. 7-0300 
1012 S. Frederick St. 


Several Furnished Apts. 


Visit 
enly 


a reas 


LUXURY 


AT MODEST RENTALS 


IN GLOVER PARK 


2325 42nd ST. N.W. 


RIGGS PLAZA 


A BRAND-NEW CAFRITZ DEVELOPMENT 
S DAKOTA AVE. AND GALLOWAY sr. 
in Convenient, Close-in Riggs Park 


LAROE. ROOk LAL FEATURES 
WALK-IN CLOSETS 


Pehee wii EOS Fak 


—frcinknaTrom¢ on 
~MASTER TV. ANT. & AUTO. LAUNDRY IN EACH BLDG. 


1 BEDROOM APTS....FROM $77.50 
2 BEDROOM APTS....FROM $102.00 


RENT INCLUDES GAS. HEAT AND HOT WATER 


RENT OPTice. 5130 @#h ST WE RA. 3-4443 
Open Baily TO 6 PM; SUN. 11 AM. w& 6 PM 


BEAUTIFUL 
ROCK CREEK GARDENS 


In Montgomery County, Md., on the District Line 
and Near Rock Creek Park 


TRANSPORTATION SHOPPING 
Service to all down- 

town areas 
Transit buses Also 
- fast local bus service. 


1-BEDROOM APTS. .........- $87.50 
2-BEDROOM APTS. ....4..... 107.50 
RENTS INCLUDE ALL UTILITIES 
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED APTS. 
ecm ome ape WER Geete Sneed cpa playground for 
children; wide lawn areas for safe play. 
: CALL JU. 5-4030 
Rental Office on Premises 
AT 83237 GRUBB RD. SILVER SPRING. MD. 
OPEN SATURDAYS, WEEKDAYS, 9 ‘TIL 5 


Directions: Out 16th st. to Bast-Weet bey. left te Grubb 
td. and left te office: or out Conn. ave. right te East-Wers 
bey. te Grubb ré.. right to office. 

MANAGING AGENTS 


Eig & McKeever 


Attractive lobby, carpeted 
haliweys, laundry facili- 
ties, storage lockers; in- 
einerator, parking facili- 
ties, built-in ovens, walk- 
in closets. 


Apartment with private terraces | 
overlooking Glover Park, 
terrace on roof, community rec- 
reation. room, television out- 
lets (master antenna), air-con- 
ditioning facilities, table-top 
stoves, tile bathrooms with’ 
vanitories. 


EVERY APARTMENT FEATURES 
SEPARATE DINING AREA 


sun | 


Efficiencies, | and 2 Bedrooms 


Schools, Shopping and Transportation 
Immediately Available to Property 


CALL EM. 3-1780 


RENTAL OFFICE AT 4114 DAVIS PL. N.W. 
Open for Inspection 


URS T ENS: Out Wisconsin ave. to Calvert st., 
left to 41st, right to Davis,and 


Fairview University 
Langley Park, Maryland 
NEW—DIFFERENT—DELIGHTFUL 
CONTEMPORARY 


One and two bedroom apartments with every 
convenience—picture windows—+spacious surround- 
ings—private entrances or baiconies—individual 
heating—designed for those who really appreciate 
the best in suburban living. 


SIX UNITS NOW BUILDING FOR 
JUNE AND JULY OCCUPANCY 


Near Langley Center and transporta- 
tion. Close to University of Maryland, convenient to 
Fort Meade. 


RENTALS FROM $74.50 TO $87.50 
Hot Water Included 
COMPLETE AIR CONDITIONING OPTIONAL 
Hours From 11 to 5 Daily, Noon to 5 Sunday 


Sample Apartment 
7950 18th AVE., APARTMENT 108 


HE. 4-2073 | 
CARL M. FREEMAN MANAGEMENT 


left to property. 


ch-| ONLY MINUTES TO PENTAGON OR 
’ 
bide.' 
: 


apartments 
wa, a | Quiet. gistincuished surroun ings 
ewly decor “Ds ) 


TE Save your money— 


c BO Ram, Ware 3. Ari. Va.) % eh Cee _LURNISHED 


sO 
FOR FULL at's ea CALL | 


aoie 
_tleyator building 
serv 


Efficiency Apt. | 
Newly Decorated 


Modern Elevator 
1833 New Hamp. 


2-BEDROOM 
HOMES 
$68-$73.50 
fp te 
m epee f PRS 


LONG BRANCH . 
APARTMENTS 


bedrm| Beauti 
‘| 35 


bedrm 
mo. Janitor 


ag RUST CO. 


‘GELMARC. 
TOWERS 


1930 GAA _] NW. 
1 boareem,, . $140 


$66, 00 


12;:RRDROOM AP heat. war ina ‘os 


rece meee 


Also Furnished Apt. Pian 
SHIRLEY D 


03 
Bet Nae 2) ion 


rear entrances 


A. 
rom eietaly “rescoraige drvine 
gailéres 


ois intained—idea! EF 


excel trans. end 
2 Bedrms.—$89 
3 Bedrms.—$105 
We will do an of the Pe Eso for Nise A eis aval AR 


399 West ad St.. e| 
>t fot ine Sat Seige 
Sun. 8:30 8 m 


TRENTON TERRACE 
BEST BUY IN TOWN 
1 & 2 BEDROOMS 
$72.70 TO ph g 


. ALL, UT 
La 


~ oneness ag pa. parking. and 
' faundr cok oe lee - = 


SERVICE 
PERSONNEL 


CAPITOL HILL BY BUS OR CAR 
Lovely Lawn, Trees and Flowers 


Tinest suburban development § in 

eshingten area. Convenient te: 

a schools and churches. Un-' 

furnished or fashionably furnished. 

+ re | omeeee | a 2-bed 
posure 


in the Wi llameburg manne 
$75 per mont 


PRESIDENTIAL | 
GARDENS 


Mt. Vernon Ave. 
Call 


From 8:30 = Oo Midnight 
F207 Arkansas Ave. NW. 


bedrm din... 
4 Pesremned- in rear 
incl. Bb. and h. © 


ee Cire ‘Di. 7-9080_ 


| DON’T BUY 


74 Navy Annex on 3 


Washington & Lee Apts 


ve. 


- y West Conn... bet. | 
air cond. $100 mo | 


‘ONt E bearm, ap 
| HO 23-1198. 
BE COMFORT 


ABLE 
BE HAPPY 
LIVE EASY 


In ARLINGTON 
cit from. K . on 
utes f vo 


and only 5 from ‘the 


YOU 


jowens. 
lust te te compere this 


min- ad Pres bed room 
mortal pridges. 
Pentagon. N 


Thomas a Ari 
easy waiking 4) distance to 
ten Sho 


NEARBY SWIMMING POOL 
your ~~ Ay Twin-sised 
rooms. beautiful kitchen with 
full-sise equipment clud ca 
bece disposal Ww 
Pine automatic laund 
for 1B AR, 
nel utilities. 


OPEN SUNDAY 

JA. $-5500 aa 1:00 TILL 5:00 P.M. 
“FAIRVIEW APTS. | teal wen Res, Mer. at Api 
701 SRANOVWINE SE. Sut ison Bird. to 
2 bedrms ; utils $77 children | hy ten a te Cariyn 
SHANNON & LUCHS 


turn right to 
Meurilee Apts. | 724 16th & NW. NA 8-2945 


hamuyoecorare>” | UNIVERSITY 
HILLS 


Gee ee SAB, 


haust 


ar- 
Spee. 


“S110 


PSR dM 
i M $102.50 


Open or paqpoceee 


“OXON PARK 
OXON TERRACE, MD. 


$72. nel re well 


BEDROOM. coots 
ana parking 


ures 


4 


| 
ree Siiding- pees 
xpos 


eno 


APRIFz—pI. 7- ro ne 


>| ~—SOUNDPROOF. 


DONNA LEE 


—LARGE 2 BEDROOM. 
—CLOGETS GALORE. 

—BUS, SCHOOLS. SHOPPING - 
FIREPROOP. 
~ se. IN EVERY CONVENI- 


1- 8 2-BEDROOM APTS. 
eee Potent T wlock to 
aht to next corner. 
. 7336 
4805 4TH ST. NW. 


Apt. liv. rm. din 


and | ba oa") _jpel. heat, and hot 
Gikk Ritz —o. 7-9080 


} WK.—3 rms. t Pm 
10 MINUTES 
FROM THE CAPITOL 
| SEE MODERN SUBURBAN 


a ghey a 


—IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 
CALL OM NOW 
me FONTS 


LEE GARDENS 


community of apartment homes 


Applications Being Accepted 


Daily Hours: 9 ‘til 7:30 
Saturday: 9 ‘til 5:00 
Sunday: | ‘til 5:00 


Apply Office, 701 N. Wayne St. 
Arlington, Va. 
Rental Mor., JA. 5-6546 
Office, JA. 5-6986 


Office gi Winthrop st. (off 4900 
~~ tom st 2. Mon Ore 
r 


CONN. AVE. APT. 


kite 
switchboard: electricity 
tencies 


sith a 


ea ‘DI 


1311 MADISON ST. NW. 
bedroom Gonsgated os. . Living room, 


5 ane per month sc Ey utili- ‘ 
Ries, 2 blocks from 16th st busine 3 rea. gult ~ beth, 
a “ii peel “Th r ra.) 


To inspec 700 Jef incl mutt 
“Looking for a Barga 309 
ing for a Bargain 


ferson f P ni) ist 950 Southern i 
UST CO. | 
Just 


1001 or r nl _tA. §- 8100 _ qne-bedreem, 
. Frene ave at Pra0d + FF 


] BEDROOM—$59. 50 tra laree Rving room an , 
rn tehen an | 


3657 HORNER PL. SE r= with mode 
cena r SF) | 


Ave. and Horne th and larse dinine ares 
ulate ist-Dloor apt. in well- s Janitor fer mittance or 
kept building. vU 
shopp Bee 


; La to bus ane! SHANNON & Sak BS. 724 16th « 
orner| sy. t 


3661 THE 
CHALFONTE 


1601 ARGONNE FPL. NW. 
"he ™ swjten- 
Apts. vbeseatifully , a, 


4 = at 
ear BE anes idea Scebain Ny & 

Betas om We Are Not New, Sut 
Lad LU A Charming and Dignified 
1"Bedrm. from $68 60 EFFICIENCY | 


2-Bedrms., from $80.00 | 1.BEDROOM .. .$90 UP 


OTILITIES | INCLUDED: 
Large Rooms. Dining Ares 
win 7. “Some With Porch 
_Reaves, AD. 4-8700 


Eis fee |— ype 


2 BEDRMS. — 
A 


: $64.50-$69.50 
tfrac & ue Mis. 50: avail 
ket 7 BT'"5 9080 
1724 17TH ST. NW. 
. liv, tm. kit. beth; 
LONE Cail Ave. NE. 
pt. 3. Liv. rm x! 


Bind, sesetae i ll 


tT, rear 


CAFRITZ__Dl. 7-9080 
750 BARNABY ST. SE. 


eg NAVAL RES. 


gee rte is Sie 


WILTSHIRE PARKWAY 
3701 CONN. AVE. 
AIR-CONDITIONED 


complete 
rkine vr" 


Blocks ot 


vowTeeet pow .. 


 d@inin 
oy 25 


1400 «Pair. 
Ae 


mont 
living, om 


fo 
tact. — rer 


0.4 runs, bath. com- 


t to Barna. 
Apt. 104 


THE leas 


540! 13TH ST. NW. 
(CORNER LONOFELLOW) 
ew air-o itiened. elevator 
Pailaine tse from 8107 50. 

dent manager on premises. 
LEY. Inc. 
onthe, or i270 


1725 LANIER PL. NW. 
See Janitor on Premises 


ciency apartment. Living 
We dressing rm. 9x7. large 


$89.50 _|8 
CAN BE FURNISHED 


Large 
room 
closet an 
- N at 
1641 R st. nw. (off mt circle: 
Attractive and com i oe e 
avell. June i 
= co able othe! nan 


new solf co 

uthern ave 
weekdays: at eee LL. UTILITIES 
Inc | -s Apts. 


NW. | BR 


a eeeeteney in modern, “3 


ONS ad Bs Boo 
MARYLAND'S 


MOST 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 


Utilities Included 
TWO LAROE SHOPPING CENTERS AND NEW LANSBUROH'S 
=PT PROJECT. 


L OFFICE 
3424 TULANE ORIVE 
HA. 2-7799 


Delly 9 AM. te 7 PM-—Sun. 1 te 7 PM 


OFFICES 


8201 New Hampshire Avenue 
1402 University Lane 


HE. 4-3200 
“or Tie 


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 
1-BEDROOM APT.., $129.50 
2-BEDROOM APT. $195¥" 


15-MINUTE WALK DOWNTOWN—#STREAMLINED 


KITCHENS 
-| MODERN AUTOMATIC ELEV.—LAUNDRY AND STORAGE FACILITIES 
UTILITIES 


ALL MODERN APPOINTMENTS—RENTAL INCLUDES 


IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 


OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 
NOON TO 6 P.M. 


Daily 4 To 8 P.M. 
q 


all A ge tneluded. a porriaers. 
A rvice. autp a. tet lR 


4 14th sat 


—s 


PRIVATE HOUSES 


OR 
DUPLEX APARTMENTS 


First Floor: Large Living Room, Dining Room & Kitchen. 
Second Floor: 2 or 3 Bedrooms and Bath. 

Each House Has Front and Back Yards, Lawn Care, Gar- 
bage and Trash Removal, Gas, Water, Heat, Laundry 
Facilities and Repairs Provided Free. 


SCHOOLS AND SHOPPING CENTER ON SITE 
2 Bedrooms, $93——-3 Bedrooms, from $109.50 
ALSO FEW FURNISHED arts. 


JEFFERSON VILLAGE 
1734 ARL. BLVD., FALLS CHURCH, VA. 
JE. 2-5500 Daily, 9 to 5; Sat. 9 to 1; Sun., 12 to 4 


BRENTWOOD VILLAGE 
1311 RHODE ISLAND AVE. NE. 
GARDEN APARTMENTS 
AVAILABLE 
20 Minutes to Downtown 
Direct Single Fare Route 

1 BEDROOM FROM $65 
FROM $82.50 
3 BEDROOMS FROM $97.50 
Newly decorated, cross ventilation; ample closets, laundry 


storage facilities and parquet floors. Play ereas, near 
school, churches, shopping center and theater. 


Open Monday thru Friday ‘til 8; Saturday, 9-6; Sunday, 10-5 
DE. 2-3202 


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Living Is oy hy a Less Expensive 


NEW 


AIR CONDITIONED 
OAKTON APARTMENTS 


NOW RENTING 


1 Bedroom Apartments . 
2 Bedroom Apartments .. 
3 Bedroom Apartments 


ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED IN RENT 
MODEL APARTMENT OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY 


RESLOCHORE On REQUEST 
Pamley’ Park she t New tnepoine vcenter, ip Pox sites. rahe ob Fox" 


zine Realty Co., Inc 


WOODWARD BUILDING 


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Suburban Living 
ve Its Finest 
l-, 3-BEDRM. APTS. 
UIMITED NO. AVAIL. - 
Tike Voor atch tla 


Vacation At Home 


In Our 
SWIMMING AND 
WADING. POOLS : 

Opens May 19th 
Private Bus Service to Capital 
Transit & Silver Spring Shopping 
All Avail, to Our Residents Only 
IDEAL FOR CHILDREN 


Numerous play areas, backet- * 
ball courts, indoor playrvorms, : 
picnic tables, barbecue pits. ' 


HWY 
Ati ie ai 


PEN R SAT Re 


BOLLING | VIEW APTS. 


Very desirable 1 bedroom. Modern 


sit. "se, JO. 2-420 oF 


ab) ne Si es! . 
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i ot ; service. vTayg- 


CHESAPEAKE 
GARDENS 


1ST AND CHESAPEAKE STS. SE 
,| WIRED FOR AIR COND. 
| LARGE 2-BEDRM. COR, APTS. 


F ios from qzprete bus. 7 
bedrm : 


master TV antenna 


ret. “ALL OTiis. FREE Ui 
AU ABHING MACHINE 


OMATIC 
| contest WERE ay to aise - 
22! Miss. Ave. SE, * 


Newly Gooarated 
consisting of i ; 
room. kitchen an n= bath & 
included in rental of 864 ad per 
mont Convenient locat 

shopp! - gg transpor tat 8 
an OoOis o mepect po 24 


Apt. 1 
aaa Ave 


** UST CO. 


1001 rh a. NW NA. 8-100 


BARGAIN! 


, Soartpense 
oom 


resident manager 


as. 2 AND 3 BEDROOMS 


see8 16TH ST NW 
| Lee ; high ceiling. elev.; new 
Friel aires: $90-$97. AD 4-4205._— 


‘CLAREMONT 
LOCATION—VALUE : 
2 BR., $89.50 - 


(incl. All Util. Except Siec) 


Newly decorated. modern spits? 


shopping. ann tek and leund 


peer ~ - 
ington: 


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opens our ‘furnished evartnt 
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2733 S. bag dl reed DR; * 


ARLINGTON JA. 2-5003°'! 
WEEKDAYS 9-8 SUNDAY 11-5 


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desieed Gardens 


|) Bedroom ....$74 & $77.50 ~ 

.|3 Bedroom .. $106 
UTILITIES INCLUDED 
wate podegere cu a | a ~ hy = 


meas “.. ‘“ ig, Ee 
2725 30th ST. SE. 
LU, 2-6100 


LLOYDS APTS. 
OFF SHIRLEY HIGHWAY 


AGER TERRACE + 
AGRE ED. AD SSUATIORES 87. 


LOWEST RENT IN AREA 
1-BEDROOM—$69.50 
2 BEDRMS.—$8!1 
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 
et ae ar peg a : 
tok ra WA 5-701 . Ave. 
1658 W. VA. AVE. NE. 
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1-BEDRM. APT. 


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OFFICE on 


ssa0°V"et Noon PSS Pn 2-5250 , 
AIR CONDITIONED — 
T LARGE BORM., $89. = 


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Lge. Rooms, Huge Closets 
Parquet Floors—Play Area 
Convenient SE. Location 


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BRANDYWINE 
TERRACE 
2-BEDROOM—$79.50 UP 
1-BEDROOM—$67.50 UP 
AU ae RED INCLUDED ~ 


ool. bus at door. RES. * 


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DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. ood art ; bus. t ame gy oe vr ereld € iat ob 
ey ‘ining room. lobe lounge ) el: -_ f —~ +4 Agent: 
r+) oe % 75.000, with| on Ba for ; Seturdey. NO. 7-44 | vertisers. To place your ad 
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prop. uptil estptatgtn 
"808 HOLLANDER ane om k - “new. detached. Cots mie 1 Phone 
SILVER SPRING 2 Ww. E THRIFT sanea| ek 7 edrm.| club. sarage RARTMAR REALTY, | REpublic 7-1234 


almost - ate 4-unit apt nex 
8707 GEORGIA AVE. tA $BROMAT— Only aC down, | door: cood income } peat bo ‘nae Rd NW., 1457 


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1620 KENILWORTH AVE.NE. RO 


. , - P r Ope Bu Ow . st All DC HOUSES.~©»~—~=C« A 
feat baa be ackt "| sar Babes ea | nee, a ceanines um | MOTEL. WANTED evap re Set, Seat rene, EAR Oe ross 
] Be d S 68 ect BEORM. APT... $75 -hgeee Sen. DU. 7-021. y. schools, to” tenants “aes | )=©6 ABOUT 20 UNITS | Income property. 5 ; built brick rambler containing 3 


UTILA —s raf ; , COLORED — NW 
BE JANITOR 0 , Le locate Call Route 40, between Balto & N pele + — teens Been Bat.| Beautiful st one ft ™ 
9 ea Inc.. DI. 71-8300: Modern, not ove? 5 an {te . lee. mod. kit. 2 ' : 
YOUNG & CO INC bg ae ’ building phone. v0 5-0038 d client with sul j beautiful rec stone — 
a ’ onal x, . « antial cash for quick deal. Send | 000 ; pi. pilus maid's rm ny | an 
ye gigs ape r 2 sien Pa CONN. AND K— full “detatis and Pictures ie BOD 5. rtorage space, ise. lot, price, $39.-| INVESTMENT, BLOG. WA. 6- 
ft. Kiev 


ERT AVE. 2-gsa0| yh ane - ioe BOB HOLLANDER |= 508 se | Ges, OL. a 43d 
“Alsan, Va 49 RAC MO. istic gs big Ms S33 Tne bein wal tet homie Rr io ' nore ce. | Sti coe ye 
’ , kitchen. U sien ene te Bt. Catherine's. inehvjew | 141) Pa. Ave. NW... Wash. D. ANA Mink. ave ethor . 

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Nr 
’ row. 2 closed For Sale by Owner 
Seule _— Deol: fenced yard NW OTEL rches. J ‘ 
fren atendrie” Center BATH. HEATED bedrm. 3-bath ~ + ot 4 ouse. | OVER 50 UNITS | HART MA on oh, mm. LW Open, Ca ; 
7 ws se Ose ante Art ia RT A TY | wee excellent references 7 ys y ra : SHERATON Rt GS et BARNARY WoOOD8—Brick & ‘Stone! ee" 812.000 GL 4% ist trust 
NA LTy ri. . BUILDING | MOST NEW. Owner's other out- colonial: Piexible. toe § vee ee Flas spe Pk lin om. m SS. 7 moet 


beau 
H ee 2 Thomas Circle a, “ A, 3534 2-bedroom nebes -_* croue ef 72 . room «& ; of-town. interests requires imme-/| es ) 4 . de hewn t i. deen lo 
Ail 15th Bt, ‘ 3 °3300. a (or 2 vin gxecilent | rele. $125) | | fees pn a Giate sale. Sacrifice. Price $220.- Bes Ss oS qeenardsee.| mod. dine | ai ca wh. deen 


: OR | Aas “a Only $40 own may) 6-900 wer bes sl — ow __ST._ 23-4418 TU 3-986). 
aay a6 bide .: | ple Blane ercre i Dutch | rms. ond Gon ‘eo ced 235 | BC | pe gis 
Rey| Colonial. 2 bedrooms, Paneied e $135 Mrs. Lin ~~ VERNON i fon , ha | BOB HOLLANDER | Fl IME FERED © aoc oes a. arzer ipe’ . Opt SUNOAY 2-6 
* o’ine City uinele Pare io wi » C..| Some Soe Seer canes. "| Aaa ton kt eis. W. E. THRIFT | aius. TU. 2-1530 re  & 
In the st. aw. NA. 8.3556 is 7 | | 3115 ADAMS MILL RD.. NW. ox ex- DA 141i Pa. Ave. NW NA. 8-974) ol 500 | WALTER aeED ames 4 bedrms SM LTH ST. NW 
sive residential tien facing 


lose g ; ‘ : 4 | sereenea porch; ice. va 
? Bie La } pod shopeins ek “AY ai! * ul s and 7 b oo.| & of rivate rooms” ‘o “a le Sul 30 mn! ooepe oO Y 44905 S| hall brick, Coles by 7's a-sized rm hall and ‘stair lo atthe READMOND REAL ESTATE 
. Prom Nea 1 teh 1.) R04 PL NE . . ge rooms an a : ¥ bed oom 21 . path t ed- H 7) ; excelent ondition Onl» U 24161 Mrs Harier JO. 5 23973 
Yom Prom “Boiling Wield Very large 2‘_ rms.. kit. and bath) a ened #135 plus wt a 2-car brick garase: ee . = MOTELS FOR ‘SALE s dressing m : 225 F | amount of cash re- 
. in modern. well-kept bidg A auiet tedrms. Summe: bemt. and attic; newly decorated, 


. Ay th | . Raymond B. Duna _ ss =e 
office: ex ral loc Gvice and consultation by excise : | COLORED- 602 Roxboro 
street (49th & Hayes sts Key Summer) including beautifully sanded floors: | tim and) fireplace and secluded 6-614 

3% Large Rms., $72.50 at Apt. 2. LU. 232-7159. ‘ “. 1972 | - , $578. SUBUR-/ oii Must be seen ia | tele phone. h a : . a "lorie 


: trees “ Sem idet brick 
iated Only $150 whit MR | S*t vice svat s J MAS - = aree brary with. enother ; W R 31 B hs 4. & rooms 
4\ Large Rms., $84. 50 am | ¢ =e. while | Fe Dendotions on best bays in motes, * - . coms-— 2 at . 


. ry : : *. Pamily- bemt. Nice yard comp 
net rented. at ing on 2 batt ~-£. 3, 000 -_ a Piieg kitchen rite car bre _serace $1 3.950, 8 “iown Gaul 


-. ths. ao OFFICES SUITES payments of $815 Be. - 
ND ree iiful | TA._9-6002 ——EE 
UTIL. Tv ANT. INCL. ARKLAN DS |= a. ‘alert 1 im une al community. I Nd NW MO.. small motel can P* sor | ree m ith 355 130 Beau if / : - 
Fs : idea! » ‘eabnees or t- 
‘i eA || CS Se, Ses at | eles (arab a : 


cash we yp ents 
reasen- | " J alue ganigation 4800 : 164 OLORED SPECIAL 
A NEW CarRirs. eee | A r —— n Lovely email fargen oer JOE H. HOM Brae ed ae only $6000 dow: all #1 Cc 


OTHENTIC architecture | Face, een: lt heat” firepiace.| BUSINESS PROP. SALE 48 WOODWA vont, | $00 pale” Dee ras 
BELLEVUE “REST BUY IN TOWN” | SEMI? REIT Rouse with > bea paltherbare Se ——om_ Tt © ooDV RD BLDG. | WiCLiAM’ VC. “BENNETT C. J. YOUNG, Realtor | Dettenety idet_ Colonial bry 


ve ae ont r on RBenni EM. 3- 1220, Day or Night _1029 Vermont Ave NW Suite 502 a. ak bathe. 1b in master bed 


COLORED Tea REALTY O19 6 clu 2 rt od , unite. < wT r 7 rooms, let fir oe ae 
12 MIN. TO DOWNTOWN RADO— NE ) - avirecwves = fure.. beautiful Rock Creek f | modern units, owner's Ww. f 
: 


A at . 

= la or. Mt. ¥ bivd.: n 

SINGLE FARE BUS irs secludey, Wanted Seid turn, 2 bedins. oll furn.. $118 ae NEW SERVICE STATIONS | 32-08) Rm 72090 | urs 
a 


tiy-pine rec. rm 
WOODLEY med. kK lovely yde.: ex- 
4 lease tm Arlington. PFairta CAPITOL HILL Spacious 6-bedrm . . at ‘ue “ 


6 Ween : Priced +1 teched cepter-hball |! hivis : 
| 00 ; tar rsonnel: 3- ood | : ) - : ‘| CO. $406 “US 
GARDENS $Y R MS nished erates 7 liable e tt es wy R desirable Realt? ae , Custnese? Fol Ste ownine lendid leree brick home com- +r “. - —_a ~| © Aer 3 TA. OF . 
$68 and $70 APPT me aie A ; e aJ0 company. Call pletely restered best area S.: clubrm ear ear . - 
. c. . usinets jot 100° 5 OO OME To Biiver Bes Spee only borhood distinction, 836.000 tals urrckk NW 
L-PARE ZONE 442 ROOMS wlRen rae: m. ae meet ah Be hes Bas | DETACHED—VACANT 


brick bide Bric home. 6 leree rooms will’ ser NA. 8-8375 
TO. 6-642) 


4608 NicHoLs ave. sw. ($81.75 and $84.50) forty te ali ie gow a oO Al aes pe Bar fom fone  irly ‘x nun It atte medelat tpg, | WOODRIDGE AREA | , J RADES A Fas eg 
N 


Stitt mechs 
Nursery school. ne ceater and TIES 


on “Immediate AVE. Next door to. large n _lacinded eves. , 2-stery 
elem. school at project. 
WOR INGTON pg “AE 
REDE fois inte ee 


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sleeper for so - lit PEN T PM . 
U tc a cltel aad'a ter of ohiity. 91> + C APITOL cr | Bi! " Colored GI $250 Down 
OM, $135 TO. nants ONTH aie, $12.54 m 5 Capt thw FA | fall M ~° 2 AND 2-BRORM. BRICK 
letely modern: large ryiaiteD ALSO r i NA. &-o7a3, A BEAUTY OF RESTORATION Beautiful clean semide 
tpactous. A a plareron : WOMTH. AL LPC HO AVAIL- vToMoBiL RUT. DING | #0 Gomaneta TU. 2- ’ : se ced = jot. u 
and 7 som mmpletely 
vests COLORED ix Be ite ri rect ST “RES cP AURAN NITE ~ 


PHONE JO. 12700 16TH ST. NE. bind R. NIMMER imately. 40,000 sa coprex, CLUB—TAVERN : 
HEAT AND HOT WATER Smal) will handle Be a. irda lichelson ne 


x Cou ENT - Gen., US.M.C., Retired | seace 4 All new equip. Good uptown loca- | 
INCLUDED IN RENT MONTH ON bi pasts. ; ) « the @ ri for qi 9 eet ~~ ob gH Srd & Nicholson | ip 


I4>--49- 


>> 


“ua a Vi side chain stores & shopping center. A CAPITOL HILL hall entrance 
RENTAL OFF? 


ME 68-0040 run-down place in a top location om ‘s : " (mus r ST. 35-3626; eves 
vata; | P** . yan M \ Vr) a mM. | Oe OE on 
ae i ie i? ABLE 


mas 
4 


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’ “ { to . Por informa-| B® —_— ar gorges Eves. and ise j r JU. 8 
i-bedrm.. liv. rm, Kit. dinette aute pethineg Sor ap U 71-0677 Sunday 


RA 
ez. proximately car of rr 
bath apartment DAVID R. NIMMER |! ME—6105 m root: beautif: | SACRIFICE—Bar and ail with > PRESS REALTY Soe My yo -* otal 
$70 Maj. Gen, USMC. Retired | ths D bedrims.. a} rms. Beer & yee lic Qupet le 377_iath St. NW L:2216 | Fooms. 2 baths: 2 bike 
t 16th st ; ne town = Oo; TV. 2 ~ . ws 
Y ee a oman - | OF 2-a0ty POR ov. 3-4411| vis Be 2 ine fh te | = ire SANDWICHT 5 HOF — yaa. Capitol | Hill oe 
IN N. Patrick St. Alex. Va | on 64th te ead and right te model ) r. Sir con ~ oped. wast °F) Carroll st.—-the most sought eft 
° . eae 3.9660 — —s tap age gg 5403 67th ave. a a | ' ti : r x= Bu Se Tocation } r Block in Capitol Mil n brick. Town Wo 
ave t. ick. 6 » 1% deaths. | 71-9654. - ; 
ne. 2 ine. rms. all utile, $50 mo.| Jalousied den” Meticulously onventiona on Siatels Save Good Will Costs 


ished th ih ith 2 bed nd - sad - , aS 
] 550 N cr NV Ww. 29 _Curte Res olsy, LL 7-7000, | air-conditioned siee son ae beth Rouge foo r; iv + . ain ' treet aved Open your : se : i , ~ 4 L. , Conventional er G! 
1 Rm., Kit., Din, 


BURBANK TERRAC ver Sprin m & on Orst. Full basement pletely . ~ : ' 4-27 ceptable. Terrific value at $22,500 
Bath E } r it . ui ° eit - new addition to el 

r shies and distribution — soce Penn A ak | wi ¥ fi | bed. -945 ~ - 
$57 HOUSES UNFURNISHED 47 | COLORED Bie of TV. radios. electrical barber : —palh? Freee Ave ‘ ~ baev- Usper WF . 


445-451 BURBANK ST. SE. |_ >A” ROSEY—AD. 4-2700 | a Do evallabie tf desired. Ideal | fzust!™4 succesatal ROXANA DORAN assoc. Deiached brick Enalish Provincia a oe 
prick. rims. ae appliances. refrigeration eres “ed CAP. MiLi.-Attr 12-rm. cor. house home in refined Nestace a 


Ay 
To inspect Call Mrs. Wilner 
ee *  Sarniture. . | aschmart Realty Inc. | Plus $2100 income i 6-5374 Howard Univ and schoo 
sa Lovely. modern eo'% ADELPHI MANOR — WwW Hvattsvilje ced. ' . 
Building and Apts. in | *% modern laundry fecihities By owner ise” 


nly! 


» +4 74 : . - >. DU. 7-4616 | complete apts. each consisting o 
| off Universite lane JE. 4-3900 r 


- bath. fl. lev. eerage. cas bee , ) anc bath. aiso ige. rec. 
> TORE —Air-cond. in netting . avail LEGUM & GERBER 4r 
: . bedrm rambler. yr oid. + ees financed ossession June |S no iS irm. and bath in btemt... 
a . uplex $900 Ae wy te 82000 le 50 Call , . =e | : 

First-Class Condition || g,tesrggqs am. tn. and sein) TShan fy bone | PO ES ces | Meco rR | | Oe eee. it) 3315 conm_are,___EM. 2.2000 | S20) De wsed (nt apt Deel mis 

"hi ar. mes GHA NNON &® LUCHB CO era TIO pds YY . Syeqerier, Store. ¢ ra] “ , — 

2 me established, goed location. no *; 
5 en., Sy, Tm. Cnete riepen id Col ; -bedrm . 5- din i, . fall} oe oY ae Geewi s Solenee & necessary. A bargain at) ©. _ ; —~—' py t —*, COME AND SEE cotohie" PHA aopreved, | & rms 
ancl yet ALL UTILITIES) pA 1% bathe. — "Mee yard. 600 me,” Call $5000 Good low overhead WO. 6-2306 Mon og es 
Wk and shopping ‘aa, 


Heat and RR shed. Por ap. -2°8l “Sis Cail And Make the Deal | down: below market rele. 


EA wnent write Box M-J50, Post- (HEVY CHASE.3-pedroom brick Of ao Lifetime > taxes § a4 _ 
| i; = and . : Nea ; 
Dir.: Benning — to ise. 2-bedrm.. den C =’ | Fae LOCATED i = Fairs tines Herald Powder room. Nice vard Le 


, s | L. 
ere. : on Wee with lave weshaded fawn | COCKTAN, LOUNGE in ti the : ens , Sacramen' 7125 Georgia Ave. NW. © N Hamp & Brian ae * 


vd water, “aed : : eve Gime = ait. RA 
+=¥ left ca — male ta, Texas A - —, VALUES | a. ts _ 30 I uses meeting this general de- 4] |] Missouri Ave. NVW-. 
A » 4 ; bed-!| 190) ‘TOL ST —4 bedrmes ; scription fer sale in Chevy Chase COLORED 2 KITCHENS 
rms. screened porch, one story bat . = *. R " b $110 - ery bus . : ce 827.500. Term American P Bethesda one KALMUS REALTY ‘ 
resident manecer B-1 Ay SO. 5-9118. 6a K sr bath: | jee oo sa. f d 12.500 n ‘ , . M 7) 20.1 eo lonial brick home with 
Texas qe. or call w + 5278. ALE OM T Ym. oy cue . exclusively py ‘ii Pe. ove. ae 23 $00 ME _5. 0194 927 15th Se. NW 5s. 
_ own com- ; Nj HIRST | Ma B-97a3 : CI reat pe omp!. 


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R. A. HUMPHRIES | conse 4 walled «a ww. - ‘ei bis ch st, se a CsED CAR LOT Tor sale. Choice lo- | 


ath 

It fag 8.5020 With fireplace. sep. dining room.| 70 L NW.—Newly redec. 4) Annandale Va, Phone CL ; cation. Completely set up. Ready| 3 + - - i ong i fenced » var 

ey BEA ‘A - : . os pe Lots | pas. , at ie hens, 2 baths, gas |—__.__Closed Sundays _ ‘S ) jacies ing ghts. office, etc ‘MERRYFIELD "AND Wwooods TOWN HOUSE | §-6800 
° eat? hot-water ‘ 37 

1B M—$70 furnace; t-sr. lease. Available! 18 NE —9 rms. 3 baths, 2 are You INTERESTED in being im 


COLORED 5600 =the 

June i. 813 Particlly furn.| Kits wiy decor. 8150) : rT Tf - business for vyourse A major , : , 
masta heat and hot water. 2h fee eeeteny fm.) Sie. umrities “t gor .8130/ 63.648 39. FT INDUS | Gysiness for yourself? A maior) Chillum, D. ee 2117 LeRoy Place NW.| ¢ brick “3 
24 F apt arin. kept. bide. ' and excellent one-story station for Mase on Marlboro Pike landscaped — ~. — wtitul 
Just B densbvt rd. See Maer | high-ceetling buildine con- / : . + co -* fer this cs alleles yl Mr 


| bed ; full bem ‘im ma: are is am - = ibs Na $020 oe approximately i ce rom OPEN SUNDAY, 2-6 
t ession OL a. ft ree ele ; : ‘ a 
COLORED—VACANT —_ rm a "Teera need he now open for sive dealers te heath tel beth to Fi ud ie emt Mod COLORED 
. “¢ 4 . s110. id only NUPACTURED | 5 -* crete rear oI oo lish posemant Town House with ern. detached. brick Colonial 
1423 2 St NW.—2 bedr rms. liv = a 7 equip. kit oO 1 heat. PIBERGOLASS mag ree . approved or may onan MAS BEDROOMS. 3 FULI n Le ye amt Banat Por de<« 


. 7 ) . kit. and beth; mod. elevator S-bedreom brie bier hydreulic sauto-truck GULAR ly mmo POO! | +P . eae LA small down payment wr” ND 2 SERVANTS 
—s : a welk at tan te | 50.000 sq. ft. land t any : Rooms AND BATH Just « short c 
1033. 21; nist NW deustown. 880.50 Bee res. ings rani een rag gis puami| A 5-RM. BRK. HOME | fircis*nanes' catcher en. ‘Ploerslass Fools) T. N. LERNER & CO. | disiance of Cots Ave. on dead | JOLCES & SENNETT CO. 
0 .— N ote i 3th eS 4 taf res. ei SYA 5 bier | NEWLY _ eCoR ATED WITH FU + TU 2-1400 TLL OPM a4 EPTIONALLY ARG, CO COLORED 6TH LE RE 
TEL 


) y dish- AS ‘art , : 
“caPhith ot . ae TENRY SALUS bane CALL. COME TO © Rad ‘ean, be Qoanced, Fos- | ke Syery beme! ~=CLEVELAND PARK, ew ey Ban. out-| 93972 DN., $85 MO 
‘ a 


om brick > kitchens. bem’ 


So UAT ORED —s eres, fir or | . 1ST “NATL. REAL Y Sa Sinehal a Locns co ) . » pre- Saece ray 6 Seer ; + consider any reasonable heat reciators — 8- a 
3A BEDR $79.50 . 


2? Thomes Circle NW. RE. 77-3534. Exciusive Agents cooperative advertising plan course ; Maid: i kn A ceed: Beste on Gone. Ave. te COLORED 

oe te tagon. COLORED— 216 erson nw.| 724 14th 6t NW NA. 68-2345. dealers. om sales advantages Pri $23.500 s Street. ieft to Pheips Place $195 DN. "S85 MO 
CLOSEST-IN Arall_iune 1. 4100 9 oo. ye 6 rms. > baths. new . installations experienced’ D Saar ‘ REALTOR. DI. 7. ? 
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with bar, factory onsultant enginerrs.| weeke “yt open eae - “| 3 apartments bri ek. 2 rooms kit 
NEW aS ART warehey Vit ace Ren: 735. Best rei. req. HA. ~ gy - FT, oom geatet AT EGELAND PARK ge vy sesa0 sas beat. raedia- 
2 o bi ; i. atr . : 
Smo Individ- | Sra. bath alee aan. | STORES. RENT 49 eytion of fibreglass motor boats 3412 30th S. JAMES L. DIXON & CO. COLORED SHIP! LEY  ‘TERRAC 79 
Benes, | ducts te OPEN SUNDAY, 1-6 | Exclusive GI—$210 DN., $56 M 
1124 10 -| etm “a > ens) WHEATON round. Act now, call or write for| PULLY AIR-CONDITIONED. po 5ST. 3-7200 EM. 3-3603 A238 a a 
° ormsa \ -7 7 : ‘ 
ted. Pew’ Ratrisereters j — os. 9 tae as n. im | Bw drt. eas | PLEXIGLASS MABUPACTYRING 1907 BART CAPTION L ,- By 4A eo. a homes 
T? town, © eee b a Sees © bath. elec. coal heat. radiators CORP 12, Bloomfield Ave Bloom UTSIDE INTERIOR IS . ’ Individual st decor, Mes ownsend  S-oana. 
— Galy. inc tins uo $70 mo 11439 Old Biadensburs R4. Y : NG. W . inks in n m-| COX & CO. Inc. 3 ~BA37. 
RM., K. & B.—$59.50 | 140 RTy AYE & ining @ Eterm. brick. 5 | | ae ire iment tn, the, basement, | —SOR INC. JO. _8-5837. 
. : Mt. Vernon pve. & Kennedy St. bemt . rat S vaniniers. nice Next te Food Lane Super Mar- sot Tw . DRMS.. 3 FU $300 mo. For further, ORED 
- mo 


olored Ut MA —35 5580 ap . . - : ae vy ATHS information. LU. 3-0612 PEN T 

—) ii neti yard. $i ry ene. | k Excellent location for su | pear 14th: 61350: wants 500| Modern kitchen with Thermedor 4300 atk OF GORMAN S&T SE. | O ODAY. 77 PM 
Cc " All ilities, $60 0 bedrm.. din. rm ; . . n ll oven ana range and table roved si! 100 Very attrac 4620 REED TERR SE. 
Emerald Gt. NE. 3 rms. DI) “ Seeement. sarace, 


Sh I>’ OFFI |= hy king > | gape gusmaer alt Baek thet 8 GROUND-LEVEL LARGE. PAN- i t Beaut A Surprise Awaits. You 

[ in t. «ts saraar. oO ra nicely urn. | ; : : : ut . 
Wise ast. Carlyn) Neary Van HOME AND OFFICE euphotic lineman nae. _wemmet, good fame cat) Tiiplide ond ts bee Lara EILAND REALTY CO + TR, A ay ne 
th | : REASONA money -maker Exce). NW an 2 Dat ree pi wtst , : 
ber Lm a Me —s 34 2 bee Lee Poni Seed: Compl remodeled brick. T rm, and H. L. RUST CO handies bullt-in garage LY. 1-8105. 4649 Dean Ave NE. | © ring charm. 1 hope Yo 
mo lL. wtils. . es brick $127 


LY. 31-8195. ran. ha ae 
Sap les Bvane Guervers. 4 Motfices 1001 14th St. NW. NA. 8-8100 POUNTAIN-LUNCH To reach North on Coftn. ave t there in time. Fireplace in } 
rm on : 


t Nw 
re both on 1 f " Ord y oat left { 
8-363 and er sa iW full ; ined : " ; : wen se" te 30th and Left ; 
. & RUST co. eh per mo, HENRY x. es “Garden a City. ie K. “Hah | ¢ : Psacw. REALT ATOV. 1560. =. Views een : 5 3 — ' in © our OPEN sian : OPEN SUNDAY, 2 > 
. | § a 


4 . Exc!usive 
riat a VE Lo ’S-340k. OL, 4-90)7  Air-cond. Bute | g JAMES L. DIXON & CO REET 

rm als. “= : ys. LO. >- rey OL S| Steet water ena ana fees £.. 2546 Bth STREET SE. 

] BEDRO 2. 50 olbves ) ake ; room he 4 “COLORED $85 M er Ath and Irvina NW. $7808 0 , o et Nr om r office —_ - a ' an er 3 
. . Re . Colonia | ASK-US! (EO SA. Pe hey EG (1412 IRVING #T NW) n LEV [AND PAR a qe 

er ee Tee "y wiser. | HOUSES Furs. or Unforn. 42| mesrifi” precinct. ‘scary 'vetes-'C J YOUNG, ST. 3-1500 NR. CATHEDRAL Small down payment, Close to! Mres' ir. Cons 

eT ; 
Kimoail ee J 


fenced yard Flexible 


down pay men 
Hons” Ov " Re 
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ise. for “Avail, june Sigh. JA, bn trian traffic. Front of es 1029 Vermont Ave NW. Suite S02} 4 Bed > Bethe, $23,500 | transportation Capi 
==» ad : re ail us ness rms 7 a $s, ; ; ~ an . - . : at ry 
ne dinette. “alt ‘s excel cond. € clean. Se, my colonial. | SWIMMING POOL || MOSKO-| ARE YOU INTERESTED in having - » men oil hot-water ; ‘Look for the Red Rooster) 
Res 2 pe. Apt. 2. LO Slee incl. in vents 63. 2 30 mo. See) in excel. cond ese | Immediate occupancy in -+ pouty _WITz 226 42 profitab’p business for yourself This Miller-butlt terse — = ee . . 
-* | e as nt . ba ~ Te r- e | ' SK) : = ; 
8-4972 ¢ to i-fare bus; aval OU Sed 3-becr ~y bys READY jUNE a ern wo tat t< shingled Dutch Colonial ; Lewiston on ‘premises Campbell & Collier Realty Co. 
; Sew stores in hiehiv successful Mar’ tay Ske "cell 4-4982 te fine condition and has t r- eran. OPEN 7 TO € a 


< — ad -y base - : , ect TV room: good ict: 3 nS ; SONS 4920 . 
nr. sch A aus a nosem undry : soeopmns center. Two stores aval- BUS. OPP... OUT-OF-TOWN 56 . serages JOHN F DONOHOE & a ; 4TH TREET NW 
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seniver fs freatty Pas 2-823 take delicatessen sere vee ont: nee house condition. Col 


oom _ te —_—_—-__—_—_—_ OPEN SUNDAY. 1 TO § . . ohne Penna res a e1 ck. side hall 6 rooms rear 
3 bedrms at. Cmiaet grea. 3} and bus nearby utes | gy lances Latee volume |" RON? ROYAL. VA.—Well-estab- lu B321| porches. full fin’ hem ona. bew be 


, res - 
y lished hauline business with larece | 3428 Bath Ss NW Gersge Reasonable | vith low dows 
Cemm nit la roun € : 4 All : t “¢ ] 6, 950 : ' o ME bh -4$7 5. RA Ths 
aw Epes nd, and | WEINBERG & BUSH, Inc : No || DIP . OUT MASS. AVE. To 24TH | Nee Galati et” wa 
loca Sturn : ST. RIGHT TO HOME 2 BEDROOMS hl approved. Gemidet. orick. 1 
ject. h. bw. cas. TV ent. ) v / 7 to Rie ee. eS ae . rush! * au! Gorman P. Young, EM. 2-4513 . rms. powder rm on ist ff. 


CAERITZ—DI. 7-9080 rms.| usual © rp erent. fel ae WAREHOUSE SPACE, Rent 50) ,. 7. emain w L ratRrAax gY LAGE—Nr Alabama | aneuniaen AREA Meo cit. rec. tm 
i a 


“Soe 2 i wood Corner brick, 6 rms Lovely bri¢k home one the aimos aes 4 a 
su.) ies aa bedeme. é. ws —_ - | i x to CHO CE WAREHOUSES | ave. : f finished ‘ban: i BO _ : tow! located , 
= j our OPEN sien at 1413 sq. ft sround floor space : » in all hit ~ hood 
=~ NTH Cociforteble Woodbine park - A 7" AUCTION | fa a se RUS a es venient to everst Has rpacious 


+ heh of Cony. . 
liv. rm. dinette oq’ ul pped kitche Mr Jackson « 
| Larchmont Realty, Inc. | pq, for 2 cars. Available shout) saturday, May 19-10 o full bamt. recfeation rm. | ray saekeee. Li 6-3088 


. m - 
~3163 371890 | 2 6000 sa oft » inciuding office | 10-Unit Olanta Motel | ih attractively remodeled two- Be Por eet ails call Mr cOinnis COLORED. 
) eel asea | We cars. Rear loading. Convenient| , DINING ROOM AND HOME tt a kit | PREDERICK W BERENS SALES 

- » + > 


. ' at of Olanta. 8 and bricked patio A NEAR CATHEDRA| ha eaul ~ ~ 
PARK Ne ngene: ' WANTED 44 oy ft. Mebt. dry. te abt. | famed Tobacco Trail. heaviest| owner i Di. 17-7900. Eves.:| Distinctive &-rm. 2-bat his t Peniand Lo. 


room " >lace ; - . 2‘ bathe. = : : le : - mi tic AD. . 4- SS ee house cl ee 9.4 : ; LU 4-74 til 
0 i St. aoe . i reas. QUAVILLAS REAL BBTATE|ApOeT it is fireplace, nice bast “Nice. offices Bolts “a Bi eu Strctioetas. fetal ell er crevenc cig.9s | LEA ee reo | naan Rear 
; ; welk-in “ ; : "A ine > on odie —w its. it in’ Con- ’ N 6, Beautiful & specious. 
] Rm., Kit., Din., Bath . f yard and eset botheod | Arting-| 2 


. 2419 Chain Bridge Rd. NW. | Detached brick homes with 3 bed- 
agesg ole od - operates vit . i Cel ye RG & BUSH, inc head. F i reputation Good | - °.7 m 2? baths. rec rm det 


ho money cow . 
s BE 


ttracti . sem! : OPEN SAT. SUN. 2- ' 
Best beds. oieties S ee 8 ork : re and NW sections 
air-cond)- a 7 full be 


WEA ie. 2 . = : | @.year old uste®, Cape Cod. Liv HU Mr ~ 

R BROS., INC. rben , saan from 1 SPACE Wented “Soa inin m ining | reh. Att | firep ms.| TA 69-6864 Ac 

Building and Apts. i x os Sores aeet geen set eS 1 . Bite ak - 7 ; . ‘sa . : » Bik. te bas. 2 bath “tet B floor. n Inc. HU. haste ewan 
First-Class er. ¥ 


roo 
: : . in wv 2 pcciitens’ d 
———s ily avenue, POPLAR . ix . low 4 payment. bath. fleor. Basem 
r icinity 3-bedrm, an Rast - . pee lic i. tell good No. 182. trusts 7513.506, payable. ‘p100 mo. | COLOR 
NW. < A . ~| ave - ents | as | ailat D 
& QUE : STS. cluding garbage disposal ranse, sat ets icasie we cftat | 52) Write ‘or . te Ne | WN. | SUSIE V. WATWOOD 709 DELAFIELD ST. NE. 
sb Av Pnbokt rms. Sealine oom | dove orfi CiaL needs (ramediate- T , “wre C ; A BRICK. MOD. ONLY 3 
RATED i; ly 4-bedrm. house nearby Va “ — 70-f. lot puproves | iste ) 637 __ Eve, WO. 6-4421 | YEARS OLD 
$85 wg saver ivin bed sch! trans Phone RE. 7- 4142 | by four- a. | L AUCTION CO 2 bedrooms artis- 
Parents N, ter rambler for the smal family: . bay days 9.30-5:30, Mise page be ~ A he 10 min Penta : < 3 bedrms.. seecious liv rm 
sod oft-| : treplace ' ™ ulp. Kit... 6mpie 
ORTCAG aw 23 pa ees ale Ta for onil- - tre ict or house | sagen and Gon, Realtors. LICENSED "BONDED THBURED atirae. TOWN | S30. rt | | under $15,000 Li 6-0847 é | picture windows in 
A ages. U sunny auth : : -“, ¢on con 
INVESTMENT 5 g umeacg| Sc oe” cha Wists | COMMERCIAL STS 33] bcs Saget | base nen cadens! © GIOR,NON Gl | aati 
WA. tiated Rou? _ oF. "q-d267 t separate a dinine’ yen] ; ~ c | $00,000 SQ. FT. C. 1.—Across from ©O%% ~ ¥ , : — oy earcen Ground floor din U L, ST. SE ; . i 815.188 
Stent ag brick home “lew 8 n Me new Safeway being built. Owner valescent home for lease _-i = s000 ki a —- a im. bedrans.. powder rm. on ist floor | ALSO 
| : | end lavatory, 4 bedrooms ) 
Lit a gests: $100 ly 1 to Sept Sacrifice. _ 1-9551 ; eo Paverable terme ; a8 . A . oilet and shower in 
aA a or D a ut ria—On! a e : . . In excellent condition with orie- semidetached brick nr 
) UTILITIES NEED furn unfurn apts for | © lexan oa: tdrm. to < Sina APARTMENT SITES 34 . ag gf MR right and| pric floors, end mantels throughout | schools. shopping and 
9157 in - _" ate 
me 


Paty Gs 


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237 West “Poravih Street Wn *.13 | MR. SHERRY, Li, 7-937 . Gl—$600 DN, $69 MO. 


‘ee. Pioria 


(white) ants D. Cc. Cal ~ ~ ouses. | LU. 2-733) 
Sista to ice Beauty. Js 2-0. Zh GROMGETOWS —Loacine. tpe 613 FARRAGUT PL. N 
MOVING AND ST RAGE 39 Larchmont Realty, Inc. NUPLE . tar 7 in Be Apartment House Ground |” ‘GOVT ( Ol LEASE | aoe ~ i> 2-bedym. brick: rete, ioe. TAGAMI REALTY ae “m | U PL E. 


High density. close in; 32.000 ow 205; good financing 
JE. 3-8389, JE. 53-1830) jor hh er hore: water, sewer 40 ACRES. 8105—e25 DOWN | 234 To. st, ne and 


| JB. 4-3900, Open Se 
POMEROY RD. SE. A-1 MOvER—)-ped $20; ) FALLS CHURCH-— Emenqouiate 2-3 y . tnd paved street already in; | Act of Congress gives ~itizens Sun 2-5; weekGars by appt. ED ‘ ” full be 
€ es : wie Bo pug ) patties | Sri ‘idnues’ you 9 mo. uvilling. | GEE <ecs—Wew gi-| ATTENTION, SPECULATORS | Aprhiivlnnced "vara 
bedroom, living room, kitchen. te : , 2090. \TUsiness oPpPo TUNITIES 55) yet may in fortune made} brick 2-bedrm. den. garage, fire-| 623 12TH ST. NE~6-rm -C0s.5e8 
tie and perch apartment. . AP I ’ < | from oll on ree | Diace herrace. air-cond. 837.000 op | 
v Transfer. full be ac of >t | oe HE. 4. 571 7 


in 
GETOWN 


4 i AREYOU INTERESTED In having, 
Ten AD 37-8822. - profitable business for yourse! 
} thy As ay ike dee : sok “ rms.. a mailer oil comp y has & modern | 
es. 


) om and bos ner must  seil ; 
OUNG & CO., INC dition, $06 heath. RA. ¢-8129.—— garage cones torser, st pervice ‘station, for lease on Mari-| Burvers. §272 Bu iva ies 35th and corner. Building | iXxp “Le. p“osi2, Lo. 1-108 CHAPMAN REALTY CO, 


‘ : 
u ave. | | an . =. : aitabie “for| ° 
1010 18th &t. NW. &T. 3-2660. ed vans. JA. 2-1824. ond transportation, 
mo 


LU. 1-15 


, for over yrs.; -bed room d ’ 
rates; 24-hour; . , ; ouse. sdjacent te schools, 1 "bik. 7416 ; 00d location: “Fae ase patt-| stert J75-car 
Hosp. Avail. June 
+ vy. 3-1070. 


| $6500. | Phone Cumberland. ia. a tito SS Oe ‘er 2 FAMILY ENG iil STYLE BEA 
gy 4355. , wntown loca On. good business GEORGETOWN AREA GiI—$750 DOWN 18 GALLATIN ST. NW. 
| eens siiie WE ALEXANDRIA | Be Bake Hench Money FO Loan ronan rr 


P 6511. Write 
RLEITH On Completely modern 6 
rms... ) 
ISLAND AVE. : , y . R. Hooft, Inc., ed Bi ’ ds to reamance De you know this attractive com-| 2 APARTMENTS-SE-—BRICK (| wood sleet all over 
i: _— * ¢ " STORA . he " : ch. : B4 . s CAFETERIA dolne 6250 dally. short) 7% r home. pay or im rvt Ss. Sales | munity next to ay - ~ town’? At. +. r bedrm . kit . bath a. es RA ss an race. nice 

PL. —Bedrm 1% Floridi ? . | BO , we. ‘ey Ms able ip this mod tor gpd) brs. mise. Batme Sundays. a eo acl foots ben et o Sir i jays mortgese pey- | PRESS REALTY CORP. 

nitchen "beth. cE } Sidhe roll. Profitable | s on new Venetian blinds. 927 15TH ST NW ST 10310 
: fm, terre © acre. . Ce r: down will handie. Bos insurance. J, LEO KOLE : bem. sas heat, on lee. vot COLORED, CORNER, EXCEL 

rms kit. and Ee usive . ave. - 188 st 
4 -acre wooded o . : 3535 . R. HOOFF INC. ; : AD. 2-2100 fir apt. vacant tor buyer | 3. FAMILY BRICK 

. nw.. 1 rm. kitch- * ‘ fer. Avail. June _ o4. uran wn $15.250 Gl APPROVED. ' real value Di t f ‘ . 


ncher Vi ” y. Bxeell ‘eae ade. REA : BRAND-NEW LISTING Pag BRE 
5 a . . - on ’ th Gape 
14tth aol nw. “Front o . “ i am. H note Py hoa Py a" a i uy pice rms * 
ing mod Anchor . . 


a ! ond ving ra rm. pri- 
ocesion.  Y ali “e NA 8- vate P “Pisas- schools. in 
Alit ; jon. : : ant nd ans. Price 300 
. . : stair ra iS , rail , i“ ol. 


260 ELICATESSEN Penns Ave SE DONT r2ND TRU! re *CO-EXCLUSIVE 53-4884 tached 
: : SIMMONS PROPERTIES CHAPMAN REALTY CO.) Sil #k*s! 


— Ceonalinued on Poltowing Page 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD ! _ 64)! a eens | ‘SALE SUBURE. HOUSES 67D. 


~D10 Sunday, May 13, 1956 
415,000 


Sunda . ir 
Circulation . NG aii ‘aies ai Sayers Fees 


ate ve , meh te en 
Colored Sie tae fee. wal : | FRED A. SMITH CO. 
Blagden Ave.—Colorado Ave. N.W. vat a ERAON ST 1928 VARNUM eM 


Edge of Rock Creek Park 


Open Sunday 12-5 COLOR Pp las .. * . POT AT 


= ACKED two- home 
OPEN Y, 2-4 ES 


ot sw New split level—Ramblers SE sine tekse Set"| quack? 2 Tpsey, tn ee a 
ree P SSS TS er aetna ere 


lst ' (i- 
room Pr , n eile reened pee ae ~ - 
ee Sn an. san $25,500 to $27,500 ce (look for the red rooster) 
1002 240 aly of it BROS. 1 a ibis bos 
“613.200 THE FINEST AREAS IN THE CITY OF WASH- 
ore 200 +| Be | ONLY $495 "an Sea 
| oon ' “tt wise, , ire Ave. Besu- : 
se] PRR DOWN =e Ee veal : 
TY AND PA. AVE, 8.5 Se iPeuine. : “Ot ma | CHEVY CHASE, MD. 
Y which expecis to € 1 4104 West Leland 5 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT in ast a i} OPEN "inser an 1TO6 
3 BEDROOMS. BATH. PO ROOM. Auf, RENT) VACANT—$595 DQWN | J. H. GREENE REALTY CO. Newly 
-| Ba OCHRE Fa a [yee RACE EE Ne ade eros aww oe we ead 
MENDOUS 10%. poointment tg inspect. Cateatel Groom, cite be le LT “inn STAR | 730: | fms: 2 
Creht 8 rma. bath. © a beat a ie tos brick. aute oie. | bsmt. Mie ice | Se 
var ORP. Pen eee : ete ore re all) “MUSHINSKY—RA. 6-6912 | | HAND-ME-DOWN- 
or os ) aes, Pant. | i HOUSES 
. See our Semple Call for Unt Only $200 Down 
Out 1 WwW. te _— wre left on Blagden 


st. &. 
So AE WEEE ee ETE beewity wortcace a| $67.30 Per Mo.. 
Blagden Homes Inc. TA. 9-241] INVESTMENT CO. | Eittenete Yat fear: S larte tot 


xa’ te ke” 78267 toa ri, Sea ee 


aE Oe TODAY pe 4 A 


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AMER. UNIV. PARK , 16TH NR. PARK RD. | ,cpkOBRD OPE auK 34 | OpumeD_Topare praciais act 4_v =e wee 
; : rms . 2 «<r B N EDUC N SUN _ a ° acant 
De Be oR BEDROOM with oy eat bite ie. = jn, aire . reee| BA 1241 SHEPHERD ST. NW. | 5115 7TH ST. NW. Approved 


onial row bric fi 


2 KITCHENS, @ jars rm: by FA Oh # 
‘oe be 45TH ST. NW. es : "| FIRST TIME OFFERED | fot reduced for euicl 3 ass: nk oe ys CAN GIVE You DEALS ne roi T0.8, 
Barnaby Woods) 53%" se Mist wal, =| _ OPen Sunday, 1-4 nd39, DOWN paar Se 
COLORED—8 Rms., 2 Baths 52g ft. pe. Bomidet. brick. ige 
OPEN, 2 TILL DARK | CRipNSeARSs1300 ON. | 2013 HOARTS St_ ne. | oe BAS 
1624 Detached brick wnich| ftrchail: bemt Bin” dat Rs oo Aa 
BEN TODAY, CORP. beths, living fm, with ‘ — Cate” wit te tbh Saree wr 'mleely’ ignascaped, Far m4 ry, bat ve i GPS | es. Fe sae 
KE. 7-1807, DAY OR NIGHT “Bachelor — ae. inelosed LEO M. BERNSTEIN CO SS ao micas] -| sonal nore Jats L. DIXON & C9. sern. porch off itr. 
‘ Detached ea . . ar 


ise lo ‘ 
Samui de M. REED FLOWER AVE. AREA * 


— — ake ap ¢ an Batter a ile 
Real Estate © CO. 54-5037 ho Fo q oa =. ccotner bs hase: 
RIFICE AT $26,500 | “NO MONEY DOWN Bis tian Spas Bo “italn| Shee Bat eanznewe eat wx | UI. 3 Ss Ye” | Sener enter’ "4 sSiewer;| 9013 WALDEN RD. 
DIR.: Bast on Western eve. from ode OPEN ath St SOL Ky aoe Trades otter. —- Mn Tete if5,9°3' 93 Te 
Feary ot. ret 3 “Sa: S| aoa ee 809 Underwood St NW. | OPEN. 2. SO, | COLORED—_2- FAMILY BETHESDA 
. VERN 
THOMAS H. RYON COLORED—REAL VALUES | Nery attractive. hed, Prick | wee this semidet -6 P. _M. ONLY $10,500 | sey $22,500 
Ba bsa7a ae f4092| © OPEN SUNDAY, 2-6:30 | gent. tine ‘room lace.| onle wih 1 Tim ite spacious tiv. | OO. oot condivion. Rog prick ni SS ee lun 
NR. WALTER REED | Stes yg hh e, ‘wedrocma, ‘hardwood “Yioars | Sen. wall-to-wall carpeting '¢ bed: Soeedints seovession lew “doun| a “Gr “ape | 
_| 2,84 4 dearoc dern kitchen | 4 A wholly detache Piet arte ss | rooms, 2 mod. tile baths, ¢ aat| Ee’laeet “attractive monthiy terms ped tor tor, Mrs. . OL. 2-761 


se}) - : 
1434 WEBSTER St. NW. = Sir¥co | 7H. GREENE REALTY CO, arate! 1s ee No | eee Nout Bred Fs ‘| 
sue 2283,_13th ST. NW. TIS, Wn Are, MW, CO. 7-6148. L | ae on (Place (b blocks | trom | ‘brick rambler, 
ene ‘<“O1e aa cr Nee OPEN HOU J Nw | ernon Place ne Comte, wn | amt, wooded 
5045 Bth ST. NE. : == 

i) Se rad he CO. $051 8th ST. NE 1105 45TH PL. SE. a: mw. | seg OMAS L PHILLIPS | atin SOE e 
2619 O ST. 2005 JACKSON ST. NE. beet TiZepr—old semidet. | brick tiie eae til 6 Modern eo pork, & BETHESDA Seon with eae 
ag «ed Fea 6005 4th ST. NW. se \nchor-fenckd NGFELLOW af med’ bie . = a 
pouse with deep se NEW ves OPEN o SCERS REALTY CO” garden, a : tile ~ B~h Pw a - | ie r) ba _ - 


Sas : POTOMAC PALISADES, D. C. , “1082 __| erete front porch. Low down par-| ft- oe pls Near transp 4507 ELM STREET 
CHATEL, ‘DE. 2-1137 5008 CATHEDRAL AVE. 5525 CEN RAL AVE. SE. 1120 45TH PL. SE. A pel ‘. me Inspect this 3-bedroom 
(JUST BELOW SPRING VALLEY) OPEN SUNDAY, 2-6 - Pa. -~ - a us Ese ore ment, - ans Fgh - 9" 4 tr coe, ened *]  s 
A Sslontal ' . iti Pee 5 an : ay aan eae for ae tt 5 : ~pel Taitchen ‘with moder b 

BOTH OPEN, 2-6 ia” a ’ . See . AD 5 ' an finishes oa DN.—$89 RMS rec s A rst “el > room. Fo 

3612 T St. NW. ae 4 * econ er ‘noe ; 
3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, | oA eae, | a ss as a REALTY CO. | Fares a | death ee EN SUNDAY, 13-6 

Rec. Room a= S| covonen weer oy 2.1257 sis ft HOUSES WANTED. te BUYS Sa Pia ieie ent, “ 
: ive 


Ne one r t 
os, Beate, Wa, Sata es posts cao = ah sel i-Det. Brk. ge. le 5, elie CO. . Walker & Dunlop, Inc. 
GLOVER PARK ae $500 Cash, Price $12,950 $495 ON,, geese PER J SR add Ti : E, | = wee. NW. CO. 5-0222 
2410 Tunlaw Rd. NW.| J. KOLB CO. OPEN SUN., 2-7 x ye4| COLORED woopRmDas : BETHESDA 
3-BEDROOM BRICK Teri 619 49TH SINE foe orm Deanat, 1 Oe cy "hebow} "aren, a 
boc SE Seas) DEER SRK aise DR | et €-ROOM REDUCED TO $13,500’ : 


and.» 
: war hite “clapboard “bynes slow - F $295 WN, NON 
H. A. GILL SON Oven 1:30 to 6. 7- bony eanter ~ . —_ RAM L 513 this lovely, DETACHED BUN- pome on. cn ist A pius| Attree. Cape Ton 


; 3) rea. Gee in 24 hours. Mr. Dells. JO. 3-0883| 4 "nual, end rr — 
. | Spe ee Os Se firs | Seer oredr, Sea] BLAGDEN AVE. | ahs acne inet erent bk eS | Riot con" “ho 
Wana i mm. w/i% be ee OPEN, 1-DARK ull. pees. bet. ONLY #8950 pose: full bemt. P we finished ; GTON erm ts 
low and o> Sin tm. Price 616.996. Gl or - DRY “ ' thom ba 


Assume non A . Spacious 5-yr -old rambie ; a aR ay 5. ce elie tee Sot porch. sa 
Ay 27) RIGGS REALTY r > at rom Rock Creek Park eon twin $495 DOWN! | VACANT! : | BR WOOWE—| or bes 
: eh. 3-440 din service $0. 


. 
is eT ~—— BY _sutemtal front | 


and rear jovely 2 bed 


| thee bemt, VA rov - 


— a 
at Open t w/tir 


and . south | el. ise in “eo! . “tor sz 
SHANNON & LUCHS CO. : LOAN. | can aoe womens | "310 cpenine onte patie. 2° bathe ba 356 BURKANK ST. SE. ia ch tak 2° KENSINGTON 


} - 
Gishwasher | INTER! com.| Ppotiessiz section of the city. Jumbo-szed bec fms AREA 


. uty. on ) : 
STOP. LOOK? LISTEN! LEARN! ¢ IDEAL FOR HIGHER metal ite are ae ton Wikson: lett| | SWIMMING NEARBY 
yp By 3 tum, " Tai 8 ny . CALIBER FAMILY . x 590. = * -14633 } ria BY Wiles? bight | Es f of 
fee 1-6. Sep mt. A teeta sr THOMAS H. RYON MOD.” CLEAN T- we | BS cdlontix * IVs?) » 
enced yerd, =. schoo and . WwW & W. R rt. corner > a + __ NA. 8-4973-—-14). 39-4506 ; i te —_ 
to 4" , Wil serve effec | si ‘GoLbaax. TU COLORED ' : = ‘ 
io" ee S F iise DETACHED 4 8 S. ‘ ROM | Serekfest © lovely lot bs ONE-ACRE ESTATE : 
1 aniel a, or CO, AD. 4 6652 5704 14TH ST. N.W. aitie eves: | Be rare bird at $19.990 in « : 
WEST OF I6TH ST. | 6012 N. DAKOTA AVE. rReT? turing spacious living room with | Me- gies abP ‘getarepa ving toe t* 24uld with ca oye 
st 1:30 modersa,| | th 


— lovely. free 

Yy 4 etc. 
woes se 

“ enjoyment of "iving ‘will begin. 


4326 18th St. NW.” te 2" Wikeatiteon = | ia De. , asl x | Seviw REALTY CO. WA. 17-1232. c WHERE ELSE 
Charming det. brk. modern in : : oe 2 |) SA. 7-078. > 
| ce Se & : ZA BETHESDA CLUB “AREA An ores 
2 Rane 9218 LAUREL OAK DR. | Saikine dlstsnct"te snoppine 
a unday 14 Nicholson: St. NW. -00- => RICK : ¢ Open 1-4 Beautiful new brick 
ian M. ae Det... well "pest home with many QUIS UDVES ae ae. | rameler on agpro eee re woues | ad see these, call LO. 34008. ange 
Abisom 8" 3 excellent features. completely mod- , . HOUSE D1 . an -| HUGGINS & HARRISON, INC. 
-~ ern. Good location ¢os : eee te Realtors 315 Comm. A 
ae " 34 peta “Ft a —— tm. end bullt- —-_ det. drk : r. mod- ; opel sores win fi fret i. ‘ 
ico. | Seen 12°18 GRY becsnnuetes| & P tiny. “4 partes ss iekee| = waceene” Racal beat"si)  FARRAGUT sr. Nw. | Bie Basa Lame "ee, : ee 
pa oF iyege Rept <p these features rea've wanted lock vise “You 'te "choose “trem, | po , sf 45 Brive out and, inet hy 
WESLEY HEIGHTS Fred Ehrlich , “ol. a = tee 


2922 GLOVER DRIVEWAY RI GS REALTY 1012 1 14th St. NW —ST. 3.0450 4014 Grant St. NE. ave ou EEREINGTOR WF 


t 
Det. bork mn thiy notes like . mod Country ah to, Deepwe Dr. 0 
eit | SpE S'S*50 "SUNDAY SRE | Colored Rec: | m—B15,950 | Yor mat'ass c'soerecais. "| Ska "Rutlte hits am pag TN ie stad pe lace” 
410 21st ST. NW. stustion. ‘This b oe ae > i Gt vesotraets tae invited | 3817 17th Pt. NE %. whet or LA eeesee sled. a " flab Seas | Cross & Perry, inc. | $13, phe ae MO. 
OPEN SUN. 2-6 P. M. Pir t xy? ty, as * home , w/mirrored Khe -- Beautiful det. brk.. 3 b. r. modern a ee ee = 


' - hs . YOUR CHOICE 
UN., 2-6 P. & EET ald Screened Eh, Caeeionally ‘ee |LEO M. TA BERNSTEIN: CO.| Hvar” endoraned Sp YOUR CHOICE B06 ra war 


=% the ~~ bathe on on 34 fl bh sopd.p bemt. with * : : Sk eer tts 2 ; closed 
in good eegeaicien : ARK 726 Decatur St. NE 211 FARRAGUT ST. NW. WOOD E pao.” ailached 
ih Wi ae S175 | fon, completely inogern, 3b. 'r.| 212 FARRAGUT ST. NW. sarin pee Ses iat, dining out erectown 1d, to Jo h 


nson | 
% te 6015 Johnson. OL. 4-| dat pacious dbedrms. - 


2 NORRIS GILLIA ' i “imeated near shoot | 247 FARRAGUT ST. NW.) § tment, ‘cal eR ROMP AEE 0 cellent buy! Call Mr. Gorden, 
im ei ach am DE. 2-270 , $300 Down | “nt 319 FARRAGUT ST. NW. re sean brick \Colonisl on beaui-| FREDERICK W. BERENS 
M a BY arene ewe & omy | 320 FARRAGUT ST. NW. | —— oe ‘tm. kit., powder tm.ser.| SALES, INC., NA. 8-5000 
pals TP. | SHORT OF CASH? _nw.|_ $75.60 Per Mo. | Sasttifits‘titretie s.£ ae acres. : ty.) Pedtme, & vaih 
+ 712 Crittenden St. N.E.| ment. Near school and ue 508 Oglethorpe St. nw. | BBS 


ew R . tien. Monthiy notes like 
ee eee ae S-bedrm. brk, 1% baths. rec. rm.| Srusstie brick fodg'® Sark.,this mod-| For further info. call LA. 6-158 4 BEDROOMS 
—- mee Se luxe equipped kiteh- METROPOLIS REALTY CO. Decorators a left thie _ eD. ') is 


om 
beaut.| gentleman's home: i . you 
ag ae : La Caplio! s of ee sem idetached bom 4 a A basement so ‘i es wn 

con Hea 


i kv "biskni. Realtors. | 
bors 
. Sunday, 12 to 6 P. M. 
oa- | | California redwood split-level ram- 
4s -bath spilt level nen near-' bier on & irs omreq lot. at. 
completion. We urge those of| cluded in *! room, 
whe insist on the finest in de-| dining res tet 
constr bath fi. 


tr. & } to see this’ 2 
pilus full tent ae with rec PIBANL, Realtors 


bsm' th seas heat. - Gi APPRAI j ing room - 9 wi ace " 
~"SE. OPEN 1-6 BUNGALOW | *$ Sarre ae ooo ALE BY owwen | etter mS is] Bis cone. oe, rit stave ame—oerancra | Fe. 
: : = , 3 at es LEE CO. | buce’Tee” room. Shuminum sors 7-460 7. ot eer : 


sem! rope : ded | te 6518 and 
with . brick: rec. F uminum storm oe vo) foe : fee ‘Cal 
arte, ot. | windows . 1 venetian Liberal terms all NA 6440 
U 


7 EN GUNDAY 2-6. Ex- + " cond, DIL_1-8800 eggs BA-2:2800 | Bind anther fence “Lit 28 CRITTENDEN ST. NE centrality te-| dining sence Sh. com a Ses Sidney Z. Mensh & Co. Inc 
ae dinette, Pinaty cigsel space, Baib- _|704 Underwood St. NW.| Woodridge—$950 On. |37 CRITTENDEN ST. NE. SE oe neck | Ee eettee | Bn Bevelon-| ~| KENWOOD PARK = 


OPEN UNDA town Ww te ] t Pp. . 
EN FBpay > TO 6 : , aa P.M new Very att peokies “3; * brick” att 2229 NEWTON ST. NE. | ONLY $750 DOWN lots. Sella aa Yr wt nee in chiboul kx | “f ° pric soar ee trick a 
OP . , A -- y This 5 — 


nice. rooms. ths. own on eral 0g 
1539 33rd St. NW. ~ BATHS iT \asement, eae ah saris low 4 x a | 
attrac. ave. Asking thi . Call Mr. . rustica! eh *) weet io eurae 2-130. 


me oe Ey: room, i-| 3. BRICK “y f *" Baniel Diener Co., 


. $16.62 4 

eo. , — Fae : we, Drive. 

7 ane borncod we | "hk attra ets | 0 ys Nee oe AD. 4-6652 MURRAY LEVINE, INC. sare oe “CHASE, MD 
rm... th co l, 


1-6 
ieee ore Conn. Ave. DU. 7- sn "MUDD REAL ESTATE CO. A. COLORED—DETACHED BRICK RAMBLER AD. 4-3737 | 


AIR CONDITIONED festering ge. iv, rm ve 6426 7th ST. N.W. 1s De oe | ee ee ie ices | en a = 
RAMBLER IN D.C. 7, Poms and OPEN SUNDAY, 2 TO 6 pe OPEN 3 TO liaie Peers | . =|. ONLY $14,950 


Here is a lovely home close to Walter Reed and in 


Adajacent to Walter Reed PERFECT condition. 
1428 ASPEN ST. N.W. hi 
3 oe living room with fireplace, dining room 


® begveema, 2% beths. Larse dining reom; screened beck and kitchen, full basement. Built-in garage, gas 
‘ BRIGHTWOOD h.-w.h. eR SIN plenty of shade trees. , , 
PRICED $26,950 2 BATHS ON 2ND FLOOR 


Open Sundey Noon ‘til Derk = ee ate : -R. A. HUMPHRIES se mona 1-6 
ee ee ee: Realtor {'bedima Weta bas ah ee ; 


ved: + LEWIS ASSOCIATE | Ee coer a: EHRLICH 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


: Circulation 
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Tirmnes Herald classified ad+. 
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REpublic 7-1234 

' | SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67™M0. 
| MARYLAND 

ia | Prince Georges County 


7 orm ‘ ; ' ‘oO 4 : AN . 
: | | | or, Mrs, ILLCREST HEIGHTS 
a-bedrm. brick rambler “Sim oe ity 4 emer “ > * tne . mune Sack SALI 


hor ’ 


OPEN 1 ‘TIL 6 P.M. 
8800 LEONARD DRIVE 


FREDERICK W. BERENS at : | isi Be -* : 

SALES, INC., NA. 8-5000 | Sih Susie” eu “Py : : ; ie "toy evades -1 3 $12 95 NOL | sitieed 
tl proved, eee ee eon an, a IMMEDIATE POSSESSION fee eaick Sale < 
Be Sit Sst " | COUNTRY SN AnING a8 Repo “ai 
Wear ko Constr. Corp. 7 | eden Dae ar EAWBLERCLOSEIN’ IDEAL SUBDIVISION condition 5 . 

« ; : 2 FENCED ACRES , 

AIR COOLED 


° te living and ¢din- 
TERRIFIC VI = house a| ing rooms. | » Be dows ewnings. tire! ¢ 
ae DOWN N 10% ts, Senet . $4 500 ed Owner Ser ie gut ot at “ht 10 wéer room. reened porch sid tae one “ye 
RS! T s recreation room. fi . 
Ui 7 ely bungalow caly, an carpe REE RD. Chinas CO. JU. 5-6010 rorage. cut rball” bath CALL MRS. MILBY, NO. 17-8521 
, ee rhea as OL8 CO. "| MILLION DOLLAR VIEW SHical avaretws FREDERICK W. BERENS 


SER ERICK W. BERENS AD. Rennockbyrn_—#}09 E, Malbert_ré inte’ on | SALES,INC, NA. 8.5000, 
SALES, INC. NA. 8-5000 poreh, $34.800. ¢ Pen at fly. ail hats © CONLEY & CO. at Ten 


—" 
-bedrm 
bem Bi ” 2 trees ii 
Se ae weeded ioe | CANMIAI Sarr 
a = ; ’ old: sep. cere e - ; tor couple, 
© ee ’ Bote” ok owe eee ie. 5, 8 Arouius Lane. CY. ’ a a. 8. 
ea - & i man. Spe- LANDOVER Wilts» cat as 6 pin. 
econ ff 4 | ; ‘ a ve ba -— Soom. intesrated fa mt A steal on S03" dnl Only 
Brgy. tieg en 2 eee 4 ans aapsiien, WA to Capitol; immed Bcd co oh oe 


TODAY rs HOMES) Goce ers 


- up, kit. fu 
“ARGYLE CLUB AREA BRADLEY HILLS CHEVY CHASE LOCUST HILLS HOUSES WITH SNEAK PREVIEW | pas,benh, #2000 cach down will] Po Gin, By. Be 


ROCK CREEK HIL : 
Sar. S-beth brick sro VALLEY "ROAD _| 9608 GLENCREST my “te pring ‘on eee EVERYTHING NEVER Mass. Ave. (Tulip Hill) — S 92800 SU5S| les. Walk im closets, pepe 


caaeyvors 

level, huge liv. . Pier 7 — = A a -~ rm ‘full bem vouialde 
age , room with gprpar. about 3 ¥ er , ° comes, p had. the privilege of of- rea and| coo po fen 

ss ae Rafi | Serres en taes| each baa al (cee eee Sok) Ge i ted P*uaniat|3 BEDRMS., 2% BATHS| Si" iat atlons 


: > te and ~ 7. -- te dining om. +) cm . & - » fimengtp . - . very laree Ga R ti R 
” , > Geen ' reach. t ere ~| gracious rage—necreation Km. 
— ome etih built-in « trie grill . basement. 2-car garage. 3 ~ et : Dir. * a oo 
FRANKLIN AVE. scar, garage. ed eral it a, po property has “ "ORE slam. - Ave Pewr.,| pieve ye 2 FIREPLACES 
0 “Bie 


Siete eS fe hace MASS. AVE. AREA |. 1s: accept trade. ONLY sa mn 
a Te Ee OPEN SUN, 1T06 [ON A PRETTY STREET! OPEN SUNDAY, 1 TO 6 | xc 140) rit show 


Dir.:_ No 
9344 HARVEY ROAD ._ ser. built-in garage 
Eaten -~ ter te & Sara. rept. oF Cone ery Rombler nN one yay jacent tow Fea hee =s : - AP’ - oat oa dren. 
ington pk i. te 8 erive.| 5907 ONONDAGA RD. | SH. ares | gown, “2008 Maywood” Lane 
| Cape 


o — trance , panes 
ae NELSON HUGHES r old © 2 son cars. Rei peso, vabe te end) room, laundry room and at ar 6 


Tap tat to e1it 


OPEN, 1 TO DARK . N TO 10 e ee ON 
a . , ~ ] 4 3 ~ te - " ; ast . 3 large bedrooms. semen ‘ es | Tambler K ’ . easpert. cath, 
Woodmoor Agency, ) Pang a! ' $ 18,50 300 ~ x. : "8 and ™ 3-be “ , 7 atte , v fi ie = refriger aa wane, also 


eau. 9-0008 HS Reis? ving rm,  S , bere to . ‘ + one 

#BETHESDA-BRADLEY HILLS 77°94," oe “204, te Rev = a: eo? ba Y pee: oS F WRIGHT Yon bytek rambler gn osded ty oe Youngs } Be] Open Sunday, 1 to 7 P. 

: OPEN 2-6 SHANNEN Ces Co. Shs oe Se os eevee an oe nee * Breakfast Fo ep. din.) Sast ack Cot Rares og MODEL HOME 

Rare opportunity BANNOCKBURN, MD. See'sr Bat ior Reig Phe| © PAINT OwwEn porte popes | 3 

7 $21,950 at oan ry : : 4 

E gto: iy roa , | RN ee 25 

goun r7 4 4 BEDRMS. —2 BATHS = , Inc, O12 6 ths, 2 Li Rms. 
‘ entire was eape- contemp Liv ae RATES EE oe Y Ba a is mate —_ 


to 


ARK. 2 
6707 GOLDSBORO RD. basem< ts Bale by ee . | es 3-738. ATLAS 
Ave t on . . “- on | T 
ea ae ee es Pe Toa wa 
Sor nor hd and of hee 8 FOREST HEIGHTS A ptenneh cuban Oth 


cially fae for early American tfrest a con end 2 a SEREDERICK W. BERENS Near NRL and Bolline Pield. Bast- sidewalks, carte” and a gutters. 
ragre vite, Reply ot res] af mat 3,5 yg pig . ore of as tittle 0400 SALES, INC, NA. 8-5000 -bedrm. brick Cologial.| din. tins. Ss ath, off master, bed- 
pongene street Tarr roe wi 23 . ' , ; . pit fire- . 
4 : 


r ate and] fie 
cture winder ows 
Se s and 


— & 


MARGARET J. DUNKLEY 


a 


as BERNSTEIN CO. 
: Sen Mills 
Pernwood to 


RE, REALTORS 


kitchen with est | PL : te , et. - are 
Wepecious "bedrooms “bath. £6. Bek. - wah . 7, 2 > $255 DN_ to vols. $71 50 pet ina. 
“ Closets. Lower level lige. kit. e home—superlat enypar cola > pays everything s-% iv. rm. 
6630 Merrywood Rd. -_ -} tt. Pasylisht be oment | trans. :: : , c —— ih - ee | we walk-in closets, bright eauiet. Kite 
SEP lan Village ait ti 


oid per=| ‘watx-Sn 
: “fs te contin te ned a 6(Gpace.| size kite en form windows and other extras 
MARSTELLER-McCABE 1394 © bbe os Drive| sey Breet, month Hitt att 2,bat- oe Rreres Ree Se tortaia ot A. rob SES ond 
ee See ee SSS Steer Sec. Md “OP R130 70 6:30 : as| RAMBLER $33,500 | fs Sarr Tae eit: cer ence sae 
tiny ist- foe peat din. liv OPEN SUNDAY, 1-6 ———— OPEN r. ‘ 1b : bathe. 
. + bedrms... bath: be ud to own this _ By val eye : rs IVE ro cae , rms. ree. 
Sem Mienced a. 39 in i are. fovels bome. fis charm oil posi - ¢ dike. to Orleans Way. tur a * tot adocapes 1102 DALE OR ide Se: 7! bithen | S11. Monthly payments 6. 


BETHESDA Sil ut Cas te haa, Set! “Riostwest Realty Co. | fe’ Piet at Sos " ee: oP Bact aes wx] Sel, Goer cased tetas gs pail : Sele ogi 
©5516 ROOSEVELT ST. —~: — > * , K R HILLS room * gen. 3-bearoom. % ad te ee to Bradier re. Ser aS, r. eas Y,_ REALTOR. ee oe <“ 
Open Today, | to 6| fat lithurt'"tar"iers| Indian Spring Park ? Bice vit| Seog Litter kastea? ie” naka = 

Santina arene | te ae eke esl 11$16 950 !! | mame ame mumsppe| ect Sia, eae ae a 
a t bebe EOE) i ceerane toe iy opel tes ase i Rar MARYLAND HOMES 
2d =| town: r 


leaving| UNIG RAMBLER with th DREAM spacious white — KF Pris 
dered. ee Pet ° bedrm . 2 baths. ; mt. a aa, Bets mi oo 


sien. om to Burnt Mills left at great te, Prank * POR nificent Ea “plavre a} dry, “extras, ERKHAM & CO. ae 6 Y 
=| illingsley Realty Co. R. J. SCOFIELD Uelior ec peror cores: porch, love nd vi  Dir.: out : aa Wibrondg eke) ie oS erases in ef or nspection 
BETHESDA folly, lepdqvaped. 3 vedrme.._ 2% r. left on Lexington:| fir'sdin''rm. with ft to Rouse. . 


rm. mod 
itchen. on ist level: ay tt. — 
fireplace 


ba ft. ¥ igms , 

RADLEY HILLS GROVE | “En dbedrma. exeel ioe: Ok. 2ta1i| Szeplact ain” Sess: "se, fo Keosineton| H. cled rect orm. with (repiac ‘ | 

a BLER—I Ys ACRES |CHEVY CHASE, NORTH i at rch and ans —~ Ba bear ui a | hy See "abet atone — acl Tol eee : TODAY 
site.) ssust oft i Sade Be $18, 500—OPEN ee 5634. Por own-| Northwest Realty Co. : bik. ‘past We a. 


cle teh 
maculate and right on Jamestown 4 yn. with pow an outside 
Bude screened porch. 9 = . “park 3 corner jot, attr. rambler Open ROCK CREEK RiLLS = : t: or. po od Georges C 
mer will sell for ‘well tie -| Sunday afternoon HURIAUX,. OL An i RETIREMENT HAVEN ft. living room - 5. 416 KI H 
; today 1 ‘tll Out | 46164: eves. and weekend OL. ; 8 AY 1-DARK 7. re window © over . Gilet ave. = gt the ‘most desir- N 
ley . © Burnine - ; . hall a - Ore ae ROAD o. - homes in area. | berm seem rick re 


right our pqs i 2912 NEW CASTLE AVE “ Dath on ist fl. - Uv. Tm. with 
We feature this exceptionally well- REST ECEN PARK pos tne pool fr 


ot Le. “~ 
, ” 2- sep. 2 pedsune 
SHANNON & LUCHS CO. | fares ih eat | SPSS at ae 8] San age ate OPEN 2-6 a 4 ES ae sea "ore | fore os este wa 


s -* awe fertent ig 
’ : lence "Sack estate i. . TY : . So coumentty a 
BETHESDA right 1 bik. § Mon Mont. . it Ras been our| where ive a) and CAPE C CODA SEDANS fir ciese living r Pers | ny 
5806 WILSON 5 CO. i] Goruse” tearoom reaped) Soe c& si oheae ‘on toe 
LANE CHEVY CHASE Best aia lot. Bx-| Mack. © Pout tera, 2 EX eirr! 
p phy. con Saul 14. 


6S : re Ne 
$21,950 | x es ton re "te REALTY BR i BS Bi se BERNSTEIN CO. st. riehit on 


OPEN oi fe ; = .o. = $17,560. 4-bedrm.”'s- OPEN, 2 TO 7 J. Pia eg tt ee ig sus. sachs i rag HEIGHTS 


. : Perpetual Bide 
btes| AWEONS BRICK RAMBLER) screened creh. lee, level fot conv: |p rooy, SEN INGTON PKWY. | OVERLOOKS POTOMAC Sind 4 beatmasn ite 
$14,950—GI cols Gnd transp. Must be secs ‘ . 


S3e>Ses "ee 
—_ 


, | Brockment—Leree rms.. ferecned ' : 
SUNDAY, 1 FO DARK pe ee at a st bee bed.| SILVER 4 750 — | ae snece: 2| bath are SS “eats tal teal 3-383 * E st, Dir, Out Gateway Bel 


. and icholson 
coy 4 ie, wee \t tet to te . rt. 1-6. New Lee, liv. rm.- RS. ; — . " homes $14,250: noth “y ~4 os om. preee. ms, Gin. 1m, 
= S loys ¥ - room ear Bp: only mo. plus “ OF ake eee 
esses fee ee a alas UBB M. BERNSTEIN CO. lp - dich poet: : | 7 x a3 CSi: Et this a a se ake We) ance ate ei) eat hale ee 
Sith "uile-in ean cabinetry, gS ——i RES, 2 TU 9 ave. J Bisinesst = A basse . 2 P gee room = pus 7 ae to 

ast : . MASS. AVE. EXT. bake Sa rd, Jett rent on on me Parkway and ara " dimes room i be be ~ as oy S in See Hatt] turn turn PYLES REALTY 
ES, ee Neb OWNER LEAVING M. BERNSTEIN 20. | Chevy St i REALTY CO. Gunt| {zine Suge Tinie d ine’ room bike. te model homes. "OVER 100 Li 

eves i . 


mecrooms, bath, — ee ee er al oe | Bt _ es than 2 3333 Conn. Ave. EM. 3-1800 ' day. > ie LISTINGS AND 


: ~ sm. G, off Dale Drive. ~_ *. -A~-~-i is ip Se t* ral 
RENTS oe | it S$ 2 eR SRE) OPEN SUNDAY, 12-DARK "Yalan a ya oie 
; 7 OL. Bit Eves. cal 4 . .. : ’ .* on? . au x ° round- : , kd d with = seem. bemt cor. ot. 
W. C. "7 A. N "anton she SiMe nc. 2-s100! Seco’, Hats Ae (208, trae re, th dark. Low Geauhaieian mcr oe a 2 Rec sour Qa | $834, Templeman 


}. ey want seats. s Lostzoek Li : 
nice 3 | Din 


very 


$06. ‘wit water heat oe,; 6 
Pe dee Sehe! * — BinectioNs. omer aual-| din rm. iit. qk cs 
| Chapel rd. to Van Buren, lett to! $19.950 and 818.950 _ 
11158 Ge. Ave. LO. 4-7200 ‘Ul 9:30 S sien. JAMES M. CARR.) 
Open Sunday 2 ‘til dark STUNNING DEPARTURE ASPEN WOODS 8 Ray 2 SE Wi ae | $405 Portal ave. Temple Mil. 
$25,000 VA APPROVED this — oe is en- MARIANNA aS “ise {Tea “Collese View GI—$16,500 
fare rooms. 3 
4 Bedrooms—1¥2 Baths ee You will be seresabiy surprised | $355 dn ‘Price si6so0. 
BETHESDA—BRADMOOR — PELEVEL OVEN, COOK TOF snd, screqned porch, $p S| Sitsared Pe odtsay a | tone. 
SALES, INC. . 8-5000 
BETHESDA, 5609 McLEAN DR. 
: QUALITY BUILT BY A. T, ZUCKERMAN SILVER SPRING 


D COMPANY eens!) basem baths 
OPEN NOO DRIVE OUT AND COMPARE OUR MODEL HOUSES ae fede Bruce Wheeler - Bie top fre Tt “fe 
ior arg leva BETHESDA—EDGEMOOR NOON LOTS APPROXIMATELY 4 ACRE ti perce| Open Sunday, 2-6 | Sygi tot earport: very attrac. sil 
DOWN PY . 1. 
& well Bn Fan ck and slate ‘ eet Antique Brick Split Level Like N | By Ry fr ee ballin encage! 
eppertuntty te . the Bamemone “Chap. hip ta a ate on 630.590 » ze mapect ¥ 
DIRECTIONS: Out, 1 y Bivd. turn right on Pairfex Road, driveway, wo ROOM Witl S ;, rm. a beaut hen | with gers Pi gM 
, ly «a -| Omon Hill. 6515 Circle dr. 
Seo $26,950 | Bic sz| _WOODLARK Shear es i] Ss Bridge. Bir Gard! Spencer weodea fi 
: be a Porras 22" sects, eet al thie srelag "steered on se & rm. ~~ » sibly ee to 7 4 ou , OPEN sign.” Phone lee 3 “bedrm = hore. witty Fee =: 
ARRON Pics co. Eat ie Lica nae Bas dl | Biche Pe ut 4 eee = patee Wi, Minas, | AP ASR Rs 
“S000 CONN. AVE. __ KE. 7-3800_ Bradley Blvd. right on Huntington Parkway, "y aa ; Rt * “tim AAPARITAS:  sceghernggePeveaher os 
quick eft on ‘rvinuton to” Bobs: a cy = Serene Re ad, ty THE MONACO PYLES REALTY CO. Inc. 
MASS. AVENUE AREA ; pat es oer tgp Beagrie OPEN SUNDAY | New SPLIT LEVELS — me tO 8 BR0O 
$33,500 = ‘ MORTON W. NOBLE. A. I. A. ARCHITECT : : 
sliniestith iach tees INTERIOR DESIGN AND FURNISHINGS BY R. MARS 
room. de 2 wall 1 hy — + w 
Sees ee, eae ra , : : Heese at 
Re Bessie aMSe ST Av te Fire moun . S oni 


ANDRIS REALTY, INC. OL. 2-9070 a % SIGLER & CO. 


LO. 4-8383 


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THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERALD 


415,000 
Sunday 


Circulation 


means quicker sales results 
for Washington Post and 
Times Herald classified ad- 
vertisers. To place your ad 
for Sunday 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


VOTING TIME 


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REAR WINDOWS} 


custom built. Asking 
BURCH REALTY CO. 


IDEAL RAMBLER 
MODERATELY PRICED 


Gi—2 % DOWN 


Twin « 


to 9 


UN. nei 8583 
CAN YOU PAY $129 MONTH? 


zee f ear” $2D Ee 4%... 


y- B- dis- 
bedrms . 


HILLCREST HEIGHTS 
2508 COLEBROOKE DR. 
M teva tet 
fA 


Locale te t brick. on, 
ve Sashes 
Yeess and chvuhe. 


= ie” 


an 
G. RE y-1093 OL. 
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Vacant—Low Down Payment 

ideal for Doctors and Dentists 

Calvert Hills, Open | to 5 
FOR SALE BY OWNER 

To reach: Out Queens Geeoet rd 

to Rt. 1. left 1 bik. te hwood 

| Gu to Wake Forest ar teft 


rest dr. te 


on otter: 


3 bedrins. lege 


r You 

€an make money With this | ak 

T approved for ey with 88 | 
Realty Co. WA 


in 
1232 or WA 71-0394. 


asking ie he 


al ami: ree jot. Month?! 
ont 5580, PINCHAM 


- ne 
rms.. mod. equipt 
landsca jot. 


A. 7-1233. WA. 


BEFORE YOU BUY 5 


aS 
. te 4 4 trom vibe 


NO DOWN PAYMENT 


to guraet Saw 
(TO VETERAN) 


8 
5432 ent ad Dr. 
Brick Cod. 


lot “aes sun = ire 


tenc 
ro. 84,400 call her. 
E 5-0005 : 


Come ou 
eeven variations a 8 a.m. a 


Directions: Out Se weed Hey pags mies. to 
continue out Indies HK to 
right om Kerby Hills Ra. to House 


ALLEN @. ROCKS, 


LO. 7-7714 


Kerby Mulls Ra. 
INC. 


IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 
SEE WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER 
IN CHEVERLY FOREST 
All Brick—Total Price $15,150 
CENTER | 


A 


WILL RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY TO RESPONSIBLE PERSON 
lst floor pee room, living room, full separate dining 
3 spacious bedrooms. full base- 


Mode! Home Open Daily and Sunday, Meee ‘til Dark 
30-Year, No Down Payment, Gi Loans 
Low Down Payment for Non-Vets 
(annapolis. Ra, to Peace Cross usrive AJ Defense Hwy 


om 
(Ann ; te t. traffic right te our 
at verily Th 


ARTHUR AUGUST & CO. 
WA. 7-8544—Builders 


A RARE OPPORTUNITY 
COLLEGE HEIGHTS 


Near Maryland University Campus 


FEATURING 
rooms Lerse living reem 
to aoe Gees Ben is ys 
detached garage 


“ 


rate 


This home on 3 lots in excellent condition and warrants 
poe Bees Inspection 


$29,000—TERMS 
HARRY A. BOSWELL CO., INC 


g718 BR. L AVE. UN. 
INSPECTION BY APPOINTMENT ONLY 


UN. 45436 


m)| porch, 


; toe 
Beechwood rd 1a 1d. af, Ha bao huh 8. 
sign. by he ‘Barry Org. 

| 30078 


with fireplace | 


LOVELY WIFE WAN i ED 


With Bite. “te 


Onty fs an. 
to & real veteran 


gtk tg A “hw 


ai vie 


ed ier 


9, AL AND COME OY 
prand new. 40-1. 


money at ers 7 


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sa BOSWELL CO. 


“aly 


| EVES. SAT. APTERNOOW 
SUN CALL 80, 5-5542 


LINCOLNIA HILLS 


ses Teveis—Ramblers | 
 tb.008 


with 
range eR 


“eed Leg Be? Arliggtop.. Ya, 


baths, f 
eareee. 


huge bedrms. end i» 
bemt. with rec. room. 


eee: 
ALEXANDRIA AREA 


3 BEDRMS. AND DEN 
2 BATHS AND REC. RM. 


OO 
yr-old Buck 


: |. 8.0777 
gn00Ks REALTY CO. 


Tm. ramdier. — eened | 
ent driveway, fenced ~ 
ools an an 


Gert He 


vere. email | 


iy. SERANDIRIA yale 
Licensed to steal 


ine 2-begrm. Pie 
ie ae Ptemt, 


4 $11,300-$69 Mo. 


| ae Sa 


45 Ft.Ramblers 


CHOOSE FROM SEVERAL WE 
HAVE TO OFFER 


CENTER HALL 
Brick Colonial 


Hicks Realty Co. 


Realtors, Ki. 9-1600 


wv ay Boy | oe 


Only Svea “re etest:| 


3 
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rer Mang 


ALEXANDRIA AREA yo 


BUCKNELL MANOR 
$230 DN.—GI 


bed room brick: 


Yo will 


scr ptt 
oll heat 
37 


place 


water 14.500 


ARLINOTON, NO 


LORCOM LANE 


OPEN TODAY, 2 TO 7 


Charming brick rambler in this 
outstanding residential area With | 
many. many extras 
ze liv 
ap | beta 


D 

incl. dishwasher. 
ing space, 2 bed 
lete hain level, 


Immediate pecapency for 
qualified veterans 


CALL SO. 5-9104. 
Wkdays 9 to 5 and Gat. 9 fo 12 | 
AND | 


mm. wv 


bookcases 
MONROE DEVELOPMENT atnistsg o. 


Mobis | tistino Ne Bins 


NT 
. * Out Memorial pkwr.. 
rig¢ht on Lorcom lane to Ne. T 
and rignt ‘> home. 


w='/THE DARBY CO. 


2319 Wilson Bivd. JA. 86-9393 


a & ra fenced 3 bedrooms 
Daths. ‘jume kitchen 

oabades’ stove. refrigereter. washer 

and disposal, Ap Gl $1 13 900. 


ASSOCIATED BROKERS 
ALEXANDRIA SUBURBAN 


—— IMT. VERNON BLVD.) #2 


BE LARGE 1 Bree “S14 
FE E "Maicolm, JA. T- 
ns 


ted 
come  oltgred a: es 


THE ROTH! 


4 BEDRMS.—$18,500! 


Excellent location. close im. con- 
Brick = 


for your jovestment 


rie 
eve ~~ 


ent but convenient to schoo.s. 


rate 
a —_ reps : 


ec 
heat —_ in 
jot. 


wooded 


| struct 
recreation 


a EWEITIER REALTY 
Ki. 9-4877 or BO. 5-46565 


CKNE 


Cod. 3 rms.. 2 Baths. | 
din. rm bus. ob ing 


reiog REALTY. 
. ful mide with “Tiee floor 
raised. § . by 


ternotech Arlington 
rea ‘reclnal c 


| We 
ce ea 


obtained’ 


) eat club 

- bedrm.. i 
on n secluded deadend 
elec. ki table 


street All- 
pac 


ALEXANDRIA 
—Braddock Heights 
—Bilessed Sacrament parish 
~—4 Bedrms., 12 Baths 
Slate Roof; All Brick 
—Large living room 
—Separate dining room 
—Gi Approved, $23,150 


A co 
S007 
 RURORA MICeS 
224 ST. 68. ARLINGTON 
A really beautiful brick home 
| . 3%, baths 


Ave.. 1400 


— 
e— 


sy 


less )«€6than =O orent. 


ALEXANDRIA AREA 


sluminum siding home’ 
—_, bath. Vacant. 
Price $12,- 


3-bedrm 
off Duke st 
res ge 


"$14,395 GI | 


Hollin Mall Village 3-bedrms . tiled 
4th bedrm. or den, stor- 
feneed lot, gas heat 

1808 


Ida section 5 


Mt “eslenial. 3-bedrm 2% | 
betna, screened porch torma! cin. 
rm... liv. ms with us ace, base 


Beacon Manor 


GI ot3,060 us paphcmeme | 
corner 


“ihe REALTY Co 
Ki. 8-1968 _ Realtors _'ti). 9) 
ALEANDRIA AREA 


BUCKNELL MANOR 
$230 DN.—GI 
$11,300-$69 Mo. 


oe value 3t prion “epet the 


e 2- 


3900 | Dn., my yrygy aoe 


BRS: 
nike be eS ia 12. 


Ra Tul ve fee 


erpor' 
an with > o. mii iew “520 
” WELL & CO 


| ALEX.—BELLE HAVEN | 


fostmseties 


nutes 
Navy Country Club and Vea. 
tago wi 


SF ont ARN onto ™ 
Keyed to Modern Living | DAVID R. NIMMER 


distinguished brick rambler | Ma). Gen AY. (ret.) 
ety) i e 


OV. 3-441 2-043. 
108 N. Patrick St. 


- 


“inancing 


Vv 
Alex 


brick , es 
full din e 
perry +4 “hop ¢c 


“— & schools. 
" b $20. 0 By owner 


s| bedrm 
i! Pentagon. 

washer, dryer and dishwasher! full pout. 
merates,, attached sarees. utility) fo public 


ed ansp 
“buy” a the hich- ‘reied suburb 
$26,900 
Bob “Duncan Real Estate 
-..~ 4200 
ified veteran the above 


ANDRIA cls taut fs all you need te buy this 
TOWN & COUNTRY OFFERS! SP*IR7 finest Y's country ivine 
m™m 


surrounding this lovely” 3-bedroo 
$9800 wel constructed stucco house 
Pully equip. kKitehen incl refrie 
row. An ides! sect ton tg Gisposal. auto washer, hot- 
larse living rm. ae 
7 basement me} 
A 


r bas rd : 
2 ,geoe investment or N "LERNER & CO. 


415. - N. 14th St, Courthouse as 
A large brick semi has full base 
ment. 


$10,950 
2 nice-sized bedrms: close | A oe —_ 3. bedrm 


everything. Will aho nice ' 
return 66 an investment or home| nom price. Mas re reer r 
epecial featu 


TE. 6-1415. 


Manor has CRY one sUCaNELL MANOR— 5 bedrma.. 
. Incation and, semi-det; 1% baths. full bemt.; 
chose Ww! Griveves s ry patio. VA rov 
bedrms | - 
New condition | 3 -bedroom 
| Brick rambler. a basement, f 


~s 


ome. TE. 


950 
i} ae full 
an't be deat for 
m. and many 


Jefferson 


and full basement 
TE. 6-1415 


$14, 500 


room bri for 
Idea! location. 
A real buy. TE. 6-14 


we tg mate other houses th 
you that will eo GI! and barn 


& Santry 


A, 6-1415—9 ‘til 9 


MOSBY HID HERE 


HISTORICAL ESTATE 


2nd oldest black oak tree in U. S&S 14 beautiful acres with 
lots of other lovely old trees, and huge boxwood. Also a 
stream. Large i-stery colonial home, originally bullt in 
1780, in excellent condition. Many original features. such 
as floors. mantels and window elass. 5 fireplaces. Living 
room, dining roem, den. modern kitchen, servant's wing, 
3 bedrooms, 2 baths om 2nd floor; 2 finished rooms on Ird 
floor; 3 porches; 3 barns. and other outbuildings. About § 
miles from Washington. close to McLean, Va.. and new CIA 
site. For appointment te imapect, call 


McCay & McCay, Inc. 


-bedr the 
family nice level 
lot 415 * peautiful 2-story 


A 
: ease! mansion. 
5 bedrms. 3 stone fire i 


can 
tal ay 7 
own ed onderiand. 
conslacr trede OWNER 
5-8987 


Realtots JA. 8-8675 


t, 


etd pvpvee, pevem e7va 
TEP” Ot oF Bah 
Ferg as a 
YOU 
MUST. SEE 
MT. VERNON PARK 


Bacal 
Pern, “Comaswons —s-eeerm a. 
TY oe 4 ~_ee @ Cail ao G, Searms. 


ral TRE 


TS 
ONAL 


4 
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SA.8 sunune, wouses 7A 
NORTH 


ARLINGTON 
RAMBLERS—$20,500 


OPEN TODAY 
zea hata 


"ARLINGT od "REALTY | 
2212 Wilson Bird JA. a “a2. 
NORTH ARLINGTON 
NEW BRICK RAMBLER 
More 10 vour monev. “S vias | 


wooded lots with 
siteated in 
on 


echineton's Unien 


pil a ijeies. 


‘Open Daily, 12 ‘Til Dark 


Vernon 


S Ee tpt a Naas 
re. \VEFTORT REAL ESTATE 


Byres. and Weetends. 80. 5-9689 


wher. 

:, | 

00| | 
lot 


' 


see 


in yatied urroun ees ot) met | 


Center hail, 


x 
disoceat ‘and eat- 


— Lovely . 
com. 2-bath, bdSrick. basement 
Bie bee. $4000 down 
this white Cape 
QuLY s ye F~ 2 vedrms, 
floor. 12x13 

fa 
natch. | 
of om gael 


~ A, | 


ee er ae 


. Melba’ 
‘ave 


bio ists yo ier 
=. 


rec * lovely. ve. 
=e 


pric 
Bs 
Ba liv- 


Lereom Lane 
-pbath rambier 


ed. 


H te i 
" **Sunkirk “| 


lied © : wa a 
and th on *. oor 
Den at 2 baths =. 2¢ ee o- 
- me, e reo 

oak yro cas REALTY. JA 


weit exclusive 
—Aw y 
| here ss at les Below smastat 
with. nn in it . 
| ot Po BONAS REALTY. 
&-2 
,cren 6 


bd ae brick ang P oe Be home 
; blocks Ungton 

wa a * laree m..! fot with 

. represents maximum spece 
range. Features in- 

room with se 


+4715 
FREDERICK W. BERENS 
SALES, INC., NA. 8-5000 


LANGLEY, VA. 


You should see the peanss- 
ful countryside and 
homes being Sitered 


lass 
at and. se ar- 


NG ORIELLY 


~ elle Eves. EL. 6-4140 


eter 


Has & supers Potomac River 
This 3-bedrm. 2-bath 
' mn “% ecre with cor- 


“— Nationa! Airport Pent 

c " for the executive 

needin 

a) . 
s 


NT 
appeais to you o 
inspection ar 


DIRECTIONS A al’ > 
south on morial bivd 


of —e 
own. nee a. 9... + 
orthdown ‘ 


world- ee 


i it 
for 


frequen 
facilities Pris 
HOWN BY 
but drive be te 
e wus 
ts 


1) a 
un- 


will be visible at ~ my 


) 

| nny tong R. NIMMER 
| Mai. Gen., US.MC., Retired 
| 544s PEAETO 


3-441 1. 
Poe i Patrick #t.. Va 


Alex... 


| 


Mt. Vernon 
4 BEDRMS., 22 BATHS 
ee eetlt Re 
f 


-0 a. 
ai as sonraie 


amily community 


tf vou have $2000 fer down 


; on we AX 


in slant of 
MBERNICE CARTER O DAVIS 
5-5844 


Realtor 
~ ARLINGTON 


trees. 


| 


‘ and OG 
tracts acceptable. Cali fer appoint- 


“DARWIN REALTY 
7. . 
A PRIM 


custom bomen wit 


3 | 


2 Saree .. brick | 
Ra oe 
3 RSs COLONIAL 


=. 2 dining rm... 
a30.b00. Pita | 
conv 


basemen!. 
Richardson & Hall, Inc. | 


N. ARLINGTON” 


Por appointment call 


NICHOLS 
REAL ESTATE CO. 


14 6. Warne Bt. JA. §-1213 


SPECIAL. 


Seth ARO 7 hoor gy 


| sider, 


113 W. Broad St. 


een. eee SALE SUBURZ. | 
ee a | 


VIRGINIA SUBURBIA 
$13,250 TO $23,250 


seer ene 


e—dsbedymp Colonial, ac- 
coptanie 2% fall Desemeni. beikon 


OPEN 
McLean Manor 


Or bri brick cana inex 
a Be ha teeaiat vale fenced 


—$14_ 900, assume 


Mg pew shoppine area and NS: Across C 


se! 
lles on ‘e 
bloc 

ardens. No. Ariineton. one »b ‘eo 

oeraatre 3-bedrm. | ‘rc 

place, screen 

"nies garden. ex- 
rhood 


ne mere 

orice a ™ 
porch pon ne 

cellent neighbo 


Asp H ts. Noe. Arilingten—' 
mary spac 


id 
-bedrm. home in excellent | 
lecation. outside ent den with 
we entrance. 


x 
left to OUR O 


ARIZONA 


=a) 


OAY_ (Pine 
SRA nS 
hee tal trec 

« db 
uxe equipped 


pelle, rcoh—-618.900. G1 —~De-| s. 
ae ul brjek and stone a 
ramb screened reh. | 


Sesutital pm. 

hae Bivd. Mets oy a oe 
GOl—Unusually eiractive 3-bedrm 
4a co -f 


epiet, neigh 


at $17 it cant 
end. £0 don't delay. 


~ OPEN 
we Dn Gl 


Bnanposiote =< -— wr 


Biases swede ev ey 


No. Arili 


Lest ton t. 
Ne eg 


"Ebearm m 
om. _ ny one. | 


attractive, 
With patio 


FOR PRRsOr A INSPECTION 


JOSEPH tia SEAY CO. 


, Pails Church. ail 


te room. 2-oath omnis bric 
ft. wot 
fireplace 


“6 
surprise youl 


me Ei ne 
Parker. 


huiy 


Smith 1 & Donnell 


7 Corner 


fhe — 


Down-Side Up 


“STRAT-O-LINE” VIEW af 
surrounding neighborhood 
the ving room of this 

uty 


ma) itvine all on one level with 
ound 


wt. Co 
$21.950' 10% 
term financing if 


wood 
len everything! 
Gown and , Mas-te 


: 


: From enivier sien 
ey cloveriea!. | 

Service Sta- 

acklick rd te Es- 


IGTON F REALTY | 


<i IN 


et | "fai. 
| fee 


L- 
pony hal Sacre 
taf, re 
co... INC. ieo N 


VIENNA HOME | 


On 1'%-Acre Lot 


4-bedrm., 2-bath, den, living 
room with firepl., dining rm., 

large equipped kitchen, eye- 
level oven, attic fan, screened 
porch, garage, two sheds. Fruit 
trees, shrubs, white board 
fence. Asking price, $16,500 

Will consider offer for quick 
sale. Owner left town, Will 

not last, hurry | 
SHOWN B A ae ENT T) 


EA. Brandt & O., | ts 
Inc. 


¥ 


biseest of 

blers. 3-bedroom rancher 

with full basement and separate 
@ining room. * 


. “e-acre woeded lot 
ed a $16.250. YBONAS 


— New Gre 
it lewel: 2 baths: ace HOW 
elec. kit. lee. he owner $25.- 

JA. 7-779) 


STOP!! 
You Asked for It 
$21,500 


3-bedroom brick 


Charm ing 


financing ‘ter qualified buy- 


Picturesque 


sm etching — is 


Gelay. call today te inspect. 
ARLINGTON 


CLOSE IN 
$15,950 


This charming 1%-stery home ts 


ib Taaer| sie excellens mkt RORSCHA 1 E 
LITTLE FARM. 


| McCAY & McCAY INC. 


1 wet nee a! ener 


_ 

0 a folks oer own 
= and 6¢ 

cnabehes te bus. $12. 


DIRECTIONS 
on pAnnandals 


_— 
EXACTLY 


“As You Like” 


“year-old antique Le r 


sc 
lose ts | on barre 


McLEAN, VA. 


Laree. 4-bedroom. 2-bath farm- 
ho room 
dinine 

is ideal for larse family 
anenee . pester and breakfast 
: £ “ull Demet 

. fenced. Has 2-stor 
chicken house and she 


bie bed 
and tiled bath, full bascment — 
iT of recreation 


MC USTORA 
RANCHER 


ee ae 


is 
Call for appointment Se 
ect 


= ting. 


JA. 86-8675 JA. 32-4713 APPRO 
c 


Eves 


| Broyhill Crest—Gl | 
ois, (et etaue 


samnrinars |GOOD LIVIN’ 


“Starts With a Good Plan” 


+ A renkfast ot 


A. 4 
ber. MT. BROYHILL & SONS 


4610 Lee Hey. Ari. Va. 


Oar LIVING ROOM | « 
VA APPRAISED, $16,100 | : 
And 6 13-ft, dinin as make this 


distingtive y A ; «hite 
ster" fie 
eened 


on't miss out, 
BE THE FIRST ‘To sf 


Ni! Lis you 
ALE vN Loe: 


porch. wal 
sae — 


Parker, beh & Donnell | 
416) 
Better “he 


an Renting — 
$250 CASH—GI 


Total Parments about 860 4 me 
Nice level fenced yard lose-in 
Ariineton County. Near Columbia 


Mannas Rity. JE. 2-3110— 
~ Don’t Block the — 
Road 


te ae | ope. when the poe r 


huce ¢ trees AN 
pares with 


‘CLOSE IN. 


on, . eniet tree shaded street 


ju 

RCW. 
DC «i 
recrea.. 


: 


lot and only $18.6 


Arthur L. Walters, 


Inc. 
504 NW. RANDOLPH AT OLESBE 


JA. 7-5200 


Burgundy Village 
$11,950 
BUY IT—GI 


OR 
Assume Lge. 4% GI Loan 


usht with é@xcel- 
ent financing for oniy 0.150. 


Arfax Realty 
JE. 4-4900 


16. 068—Por sale by owner. owner. 
2 Spring! ieid. Va. White ban 


ai crams. ine, liv. rm.. " kit 
tence and church 7) min x ioe 

NEW AND RESALE 
ott 


ea 3H 
LE IN 
BN TiAL "a ALERAN. 


CHURCH AND > FATRPAX COUN. 
TY. PRICES RANGE T 


DAVID R. NIMMER 


(ret. 


4411) - oe 1) 
1068 N. Patrick St.. A) At s 
sWALi EST th chi Weel 
AYE id C horn —E 


for . 
yet close yn Ba at tractive 
ee . £ Entrance hall. ‘eh }i 
' ia! fireploce ful din 
" attractively equip Bee 
dishwasher. oe oy de 
rooms. 1% baths ist ” hu uge 
pine-paneled guest room verk study. ! 
storage 2 large 
ining. | 
g-car | 


a: 


Com plete! redecorated, 
this 3- room rambler on 
. level, fenced lot is & real 
uy. 


Broyhill Crest 
$20,500 


Call us te inepect this 
year- “eA: >- level nome biel 
on «a hill. There « 

rms with an excel) 2 a 
reation rm. and it ls priced 
right 


WALKER & 
DUNLOP, INC. 


shin he 5-2 
cal otfies” Sunder 9:30 we 3 Me 


EXPECTING 


these new brick split- 


| 
Spacious 2 ‘y-ba 
—~ . 26-ft- living rm... 


a Gee full 
velv 2 weeee d 
with e650 do 


uckecd-away on & dead-end st 
ny trees. on a beautifully 
Liv. rm. (14n26), side | 

L-shaped scree 

(15x19). completely modern 


teagon afd Navy Ano 
GI! Contracts ial 


one CAN ee he 


Call On This One Todav. 


SHANNON & LUCHS CO. | 


Realtors 
2055 Wilson Bivd. 


2 ACRES 


Stable for Riding Horses 
HOME WITH CHARM 
Pairfax— ly 20 minutes to D.C 
Altractively tecated. very conven- 
lent this charmin 
fartabte home. 


JA §-6800 | 


oon. — 


rm.. maid's 
oll ac heat, 2-car 
horses. white 


acco 

gar. 
lenty trees. A lot f } 

R A, ot for a low 


On Approx. 1% Acres 


oe redwood boarding 


nted with liv 
partly. —_ tn ma 
one J* 


aBey tae CO. 


4 MT, 
REC. RM. aD joy 


ache 


Parker, Smith 


50th Anniversary Year | per 


firep 
gg din, rm... utifully equip 
rm. peau fioo 4 s 


south b 
ear 


WHY PAY RENTS. 


When yo u can sasume this $16,419 
14 ‘an Extra large 4-bed 


garefully | 
flower garden, Cony 


or. Jt. 32-0831, 


CLIP THIS AD! 


CHECK LIST 
RANCHER MAC! 


* living rm., Conse 


e 


) Lo. 
a 2 
kit chen, lovel 


ovels nei 


s SEEING'S BE BELIEVING 


tres! 
pin ae 
‘tall and see 
or voureait 


EXTRA SPECIAL 


Owner wants to really sell 2 + 
terfront lots Soeee. Ideal 


summer ENT N HOU SE 


ae DARK 
Lovely brick rambiers io ‘woe 
Vernon Woods 5 


. including principal, 
taxes and insurance. 
one like it. so call early 

JA. 


5-8968 


GRACIOUS LIVING 
WITH SPACE GALORE 


4 twin-sised bedrms. 2% baths 
center hall entrance. spacious liv- 
rm... asperase dining rm. fully) 

tchen with eating | 
, 2 4 fimished recre- 
ation rm nd carport Situated 
on larse landscaped lot in pa od 
tiful Daleview Manor. To rice 
oniy 626.950. §& 


nae 
handle or 
directions 


arace. 


ior 


alf with coler:d 


ections ut » tarn 
at first street this os aot e 
Motel. follow Ba 

to prope 


CURTIS E MARTIN 
xr’ a? afore pt A ‘gs Ay 


Family Hor 


INVESTMENT 
TRADE YOUR HOUSE 
~~ OR YOUR VACANT LOT 
AS YOUR SOWN PAYMEDT 
LIVE IN ONE—RENT ONE— 
INCOME PAYS EXPENSES 
(n-aew brick: S&S rooms on « 


floo de luxe kitchens. c« 1+ 
tiled baths, basemenus 
and utilities: 


d a ti one 
ideal location; 

to busline, Pentagon; 

we D. C. 


cash 
Call now fer appt. 


JA. 5-8968 
AMAZ | NG 


Select fen -. rs 


and } 
P vane "a and — 
a + sect 


financing a 
5 Og help 
5- 8968 
PR Sows cea 


Properties, Inc. : 
78N. Glebe Rd. JA, 5-8968 


? 


pear 


Dee ee OPEN FOR INSPECTION. - 


DANIEL E. RAGALEE 
On 4-9410 REALTOR 


th : , 
Va. rig, an 


Parker, Smith & Donnell 
‘ JA, 77-6161 . 


rer and TIMES HERALD 
D143 


SAun SU | eae WW Aowaite Ow 


Sunday, May 13, 1956 


SALE ; PVA. J ALE Sev ac. — + AVA. 


45 FT. BRICK RAMBLER AND ONLY $26,500 
$3000 DOWN, $150 MO. of 


BURB. HOUSES 67VA. SALE SUBUAS. 1.5.5.5 S7VA. 
a 


*60 Per! Mo. 


ff 204, Bove oh, wo) we 


au 
Si , 4 his nice 


z a -e- ee PF location. 
onver pte 
=, * are 


ais tor . : eakeaeae on. ery 


““MANNAS REALTY 
JE. 23110 


rented as art . t= 1: tren 


$16,000 
separate en- 


aoa bassenent a- 


SLR 
CHESHIERE, INC. 


OT. 46400 2303 &. Ar. Ridee Re 


INCOME OF prep as 


ee 


= 


| 


; 
: 


'-ne°w tae country 
co ot masnificent bedrms 
aso wlirs ned | 


bathre 
hine in area to equal i 
transportation | ' 
Dow i ion cia 


$16,950 
ARLINGTON REALTY $1800 BELOW GI! APPRAISAL 


2212 Wilson Bivd.. JA. 7-9300 “TH 9 


. Call 
which is dead-end ot! RORSCHACH REALTY, | 
sta RE. 8-0992. 4 ; . : 2-3706 


SPLIT-LEVEL Grats |S BDRM BRIC RAMBLR. 
roh grea, Larece a. $260 down terans Nee BSMT., REC. RM. 


. Car. or ve 
Arfax Real , JE. 4- 4900 Church—Pirepiace, din. rm. rain, 
comp ! secluded pr pr - bh. | m. 


tr ‘3 
n teps a 
ats Shiat bet = , | pos, tas 480. To a approved. $1 
Start. eves. | Pr, con oe Oe. O21 CM. Hailey, JE. 2-7944 


Fok ects TODAY 


4 Virginia’ S | CHATEL PRESENTS 


peli GREATEST OPEN, 2 TO 6 


£ 


Bice 173,980 4. eal “The we Co. 
ual rest to everst , 


A -| in. fine N Ar.  ocation. 
Fa i geal a sores Ra eee Srna 
beat ake Petre es aaeS ha 


Quiroctive i 


‘Pern SUBDIVISION - 2-bed- 
wren oe Int 
large kitchen with 

patio. oreerewas 

Redtis space. AN- NTI rms. 

5 Inc acres land: easy upkeeD 
Bex 817. Warrenton, va. 


. 6-4i6l. 


TES I 
4- ets 7 2 -6080 


iF 


N). mr 


ALEX. —BARGAIN 
OPEN 12 TILL 6 


Mae omic f Temple ALEX Sta 80 HILLS 
, $] 800 | SUNDAY, > TO_¢ 
i | Alexandria Clover—$32,000 
Brick split level 


| FALLS CHURCH 
oFEN. 3 TO 6 


te 3-bedrm. rambler with Geavententy loca ted—-vet 
| " —- 
ARLINGTON NORTH 


ALEX., GRACIOUS ed int” “to. Kensington: SHIRLEY WOODS: 


OPEN 12 TILL 6 


: 
A ex 


end convertient 
> = this 3-bed 


rm 2 - a sonic 
ck Cape Cod wie cent er. 


OPFN sign 
Town & Country Realty 
iE 6-14i9 Ti 3. 


2 ate 


ALEXANDRIA 


out Russell 
View ave. left te 


KL 9-741) Eyes... 80 5-6902 


Tah thout qpeastna LAKE BARCROFT — 
nee Of er % 


,=-- 


} by 
ave. Tt 
rogeions call ER 5- 
AH 
— >. at oa 
. 7 


ANNANDALE AREA | or rR at Virginia av 
HOLMES RUN ACRES 


LAKE BARCROFT 


on Beast Meo. 1: ty r; 
RSet Arrors of tm) trast “Sacks aiiay: Sores 
Pals of perk ave Sar. AXD NDaY C 


ARLINGTON 
“SPLIT-LEVEL | 


VALUE 


$15,786 
30-YEAR GI LOAN 


brook. oversized garage and 
specious 


pe & Sunday, 11 to 6 


Falls Church Hillwood, $24,100, 
Gi 


Stone 2-story Livin 
eos. dining rm. 
the. rec. frm. settic, 


2-car s&- 


90-Ft. Brick Rambler 


You will be proud te own this 
o low beauty featuring 


rec. r raee 
use vty ae by beau- r 


tifal rieht 
h 


Linden Lane, 


SUNDAY, 2 to 6 
Falls Church Hillwood, $26,800 
GI 


: rections om 7 Corners, 
homes ts on rn to 


3-BEDROOY 
Ariin 


peel Hills 


OPEN, 2-7 
CRESCENT DRIVE 


OPEN SUNDAY, 1-5 BRICK. 


NEW RAMBLER 
6723 JOALLEN DOR. tee 


my attractive antique brick ram- 


Cont wy level ee 4 cormsrunity 
Lee rm... 2 fireplaces 
temine. pool 
er excel 
0628 


or pa ati 10, desirable 
aval. Thy 66 Gi 


; ' | 
Country Realty no scents, JE 


> Ti 


ALERAYOAIA VE INITY 


Woodlawn Manor 
OPEN, 1-6 P. M 


1. 4-bed . B-beath ori 


907 te sell 


oe a om DARK 
—q 
tales Ss end to 2°. “gurent Ar Arrow 


SUNSET REALTY, 

KE. 8-4000 
cou fs rm rick 
desiradie residentia) Cape Cod. mmacviate lovely jot 
en GI contracts ok. 5630 ioc tl mi.| rd 

th st EX 


' or oad LA. 814.750! No sign 
oe 1-6 agents. 1518 Tyler ae. — PHILIP B "KEY CO. REALTORS 
Miller Real Estate wv 
73-1203 JA. 5-2444 


O42 Warne Ave 5-301) 

BEAUTY, "CH ARM future! ttellisentiy 
ARLINGTON VY ACRE LAKE BARCROF I i “ 
ARNA VALLEY | OPEN, 2- 7 OPEN 1 ‘TIL 7 

section of Alex. beau- $12, 100—G! This smart “the 

; , f “5 @ eptionally 2% S DOWN focer will iaterent -4 

om! 5 baa i. tm ott APPROX. $75 MONTH . er 

. ot oe nal an. 3 '" Thats a! were sek: 


fi” REALTY’ CO | 
Realtors Tu 
ALEXANDRIA VICINITY 


Natural Beauty 
Trees Trees vest 


wonders of patere oo ne 


fireplace all electric kit 


ARLINGTON. NORTH large tec. room — or 


Glen Cariyn 


Excel brick colonial home has 


: 
OPEN 1 P.M. 
North + ty wtils ; 
"wy Wash Golf “its Ss oat ate “occupancy A or iS } . and kitchen 


powder room. Excellent terme 
men's financin } becrms. and beth up Rec. rm... 
| approximately © 4100 Out Ro 4a bivd.} 24 miles | and ‘e bath. carere 


$26,5530-—VA APPROVED rele, turn right at) in’ bent ies 
4.8 10 “_Ailington ‘ealty co WILLS: REALTY SALES | FALLS CHURCH Direct pas: Prom 7 Corners. rishs 
had 404 Patrchester rfax NEAR BROADMONT 7 SUNDAY, 2 TO 6 
N. ARLINGTON CR. 3-3 dees 3.3586 ; 
New—Different! OPEN 2 ‘TIL 6 Almost An Acre | Falls Church Brosdmont, 


Solit Level—Contemporary First 


ith = LAKEWOOD 


One of tts pane. 


Brick Cape Cod. lving rm. dining 
rm bedrm and beth aire 


onvenience 
mite 
screened porch down. 32 


> area for trans- 
> " » r 


: 

| Te reach t Col 
ihe past 

entrance t ° 

8 and 


Cameron 
Hic exe Realty Co as Soalien =. 


Hicks Realty Co. 
Realtors KI. 9-1 1600 JA 
ALEX —SPACIOUS 
12 ‘TILL 6 


4-bedrm. Cape Cod in 


“shrubbery otters 
' . comple D cy enter 
_ ictiy the q’em oot separate dining room. 


ee 
om 7 Corners. rie : 
to Bux Ra. 

right te Wie Ri 

SATURDAY & SUNDAY 

= N. Arlington, | block off 

ble hires eplace a eames Of svi or both. Ari. Bivd. 

ly droom ’ : . Brick colonial. Living 

5 . aised stone n t) GWYNNE, rm. screen 

lily pond “laree pic- 3 bath down i... ths 

ture w window a bri¢< patio fireplaces. tiled bemt. with 


Out. Lee 
. peting anon , J on Jefferson Ha cee R : " 
Gut to inde is pine)  CHATEL, JA. 8-7330 a rhe AB - tg pdethan cost 

left © 4 KLARE & HUXTABLE 


| 
ant wie fireplece and anreae , a wood entrance. turn 
2. bia pike. AC rd. 
Some age a ood Fa right on ba iteed’ | ' JE. 4-4925 


Re ~~ our c a oe te t ~ x R e 
excellent | AND st jm is : err : = 7 Arlington Realty Co 
| Soauna, Grose it level 


tion Fro 
‘ be : on Broad 8 
“% beth U'tramodern = Bettca 
en with eve-lewel oven and a4 
washer a Tt Situated 
Geliehtful nine bo osnest convenient 
te ever t Terms 
DRIV fr FOR A TREAT! 


OPEN TODAY 


eepettane: 
G.epe 


. 2‘ 
origina found Sei the recreation room and 


. cust om designed home Center| 
al. larce of 


attractive 


Hwy 
Oigferd ‘ce Cream 


ng room 
the itches. jook out ever the 
full base- Jefferson st 


Out, 
soneneee “ard: has = 


Directions 


From Alex out Bred- GORDIN-MENSH Ns Easier Livi | 2212 Wilson Bivd. JA. 17-9300 4 
Valley dr. right REALTY CORP. a9 Hi RO KER C Attractive white eae ote ot "HOLLEY REALTY snd redwood. contemporary. i brick 
ARLINOTON _— 


Colonel’s | PAF |Szeeeeeee SPLIT-LEVELS | : 
by aS To a RAMBLERS 


Out Ariimeton bivd 
re ree your imspection 
: , - 
rge, Realtor Sooded homesties’ ad 
. A +-QiGh 5 her very best listings be Sty 
or Bit | Basemert : TION o itl 
“TH AL, NIA" i's area style ticeed § from hoger 4 abt op 33 
| ; h $25.2! | the GOR : 
© FHA or ¢ rcnsalve SD 84 WeNeH REAL- 
OFF LORCOM LANE 


pee NO. TRENTON ST. ARL 
ustom Brick Rambler 


doc 
= ley 


Teak. & Canad Realty 
rE. $-143.. TH? 


PA CH. & ¥ NA 
3-bedrm. modern rambler on %<e 
e biks from srammer 


RAVENWOOD 
415 JUNIPER LANE 
OPEN | TO 6 


Come vy pee aoe =. 2-bath ramble? 'y 
th ra 
-acre lot 


— — 


ALEXANDRIA 
YATES GARDENS 
95 S. ROYAL ST. 
SAT 5 SUN. ‘TIL 5 


=. 


fenced yard. patio. near sch 
Asking $15.950 with small down Raven 
nd Psosd 
5| ony J. MENSH & CO. Holiow Fe rd ng 
tw $31 Soo box voods 
} Bi | me ik es 
folew “Rectan arrows to 
me op Caralier Corridor yp * din. 
ey i - * = ‘ee wis 
‘er & summer use. Lot 864x166 
tree ommunity 
t.. price 
Mod 


OPEN 


“OPEN 6 


RICH IN ‘DETAIL 


titable con 
Woodley Dr pie « amt in-| full basement, rec ‘end %& 
Woodley att ils ieee 13 ision ne rm r ion =f bath _permanen: stairway te attic 


OPE end ¢ to Bareret) 6 ins. 
fast 
The M. A. ‘BA RRY Org “= you } 
brick colonial \o- 
one of Alexandri . 


es310T wita 
WEEXDAYS 
Mre. Kalish 
tary. for $i Den't miss this dooe 
din rm... equip. critchen wilh —— c 
Completely 


7 c . 
CHAS r HOOFF INC Dt TONG: Out Columbia Pike’ Of cadinets. ser. porch. we 
Duke 8 TE. 6-3445 pest rereftt Ghee. Center te So 


Frederic a #*, Ly Frederick to sii $ 
"Hh. "RUCKER Co. | idea! “tor” chil dren wee 
Chas. R. Hooff Inc.. 
ESTABLISHED 1929 


OPEN |! P.M. 


Directions: F Shirley aeme- | 
RO at Lincoinia cloveriea! 


~~ = 
garace. 


Fully Air Conditioned 
Bey s BRL. eb ys OWNER 


Ricccstems King St. Alex te 
Jen neve ithe je _Cambr: ane. left 


CHESHIRE. ‘INC. 
21. £6400, 33903 8. ArL Ridse Rd 
OPEN 

‘TIL DARK 
Dead End Rancher! 


Yes sirree! Wonderful for children. 
s : 


attractive 


ALEXANDRIA VICINITY 
COLLINGWOOD 
RAMSLER—$23,950 
OPEN, ] rt 4 P. M. 


\ctOR na driveway Price 


1403 Courthouse Ri Ro oute SO past Me 
. Ad. S-8573 F . Tisht om 


way ‘Area FRANKLIN PARK 
Cod buncaiow: secre 


3-bedrm Cape : 
OPEN SUN "| TIL DARK eryer™ gam seat bak a i 


rl Oid Deminion drive 
aan ib ate DE MANOR MALBROOK 


shruos 
‘? | Be. bermas re? $e, iss McLEAN, VA 
415 >. Pitt St | § - a. peay- 5° CASH ) py nt ry 


Alexandria 
Must sell JA 


$750 DOWN—GI 
OPEN, | TO 6 


-~ brick + me - Love. 
 - ’ ¥ lot ock*s to 

1.7 a Tt mst Route 7 WASHINOT N- LEE Mion: 2 
tate Ra. 650. | : ears old xcelleng condition 

Se Ray 


7-$025 


COUNTRY CHARM 
Can ve yours with this 4-bedrm 
and stucco home 


| “Gl ayy 
| $15,950—OPEN, 
tel “wey 


Open 
. | gtuio living |e ) Agency, JE. 2-2200 
udio Bring rm Moncure able 
din 2 bocrme ane Ye -—— le Ceine "tranes 
full coment rm m ares ] 


entrance _ can ~ Laree level” lot FLAP OF LUXURY Weshingten Bivé 


Open Arlington ates cv ay ight te corner 
ASKING $28,500 


be. “best make 
down payment te aualified wet-' these omes avalabdie 
ach one is archi ecturaily 4 oe 


; ' 
sof Do ae ing et. Seven Corners to @ Graham N Quincy and our 
water i sidewalks D ONS: Pollow adov 4. 
da reek to 


———— ~ Geen is gPAciQuan D A. REALTY, INC. 
ARLINGTON RIDGE RD. | gay . See, Cpe ge oe ~~ 4 -5- oe RANCHER © a eS Suse| 2044 Wilson Bivd. JA. 5-3706 mms. spacio 
ey _Resliors_ 2201 KNOLL RD. SOUTH Chain Bricse ra. Malbrook. Lakeview dr. OPEN 1 TILL 7 8 ’ Brees a : . commtnation. 
: J : . . J n . ti 
th modert ndrv equip- e a st This California ranch. with center | tT OPEN. 2 TO 6 tached brick garae 
35 TAYLOR RUN. PKWY, | landsc ‘~ 1 -/ 2 bwy. (Ri ss. Ss ' | Ball. specious rms. firepl.. larse 101 is w ne | ’ 
OPEN ] TO 6 garden: 2 : rt - eanificent wie : cole Dial with 333) to No Washbirst ! tanley R. Row and Co. 5E, m windows. sarbase ep | Reve rm. bi u wal if Mother Is Thrifty 
“bd ips a. bs ae’ all : i itel. All ft coms spe | eK, a te i120 &. Brosé - Palls Church from st CRV.| has i, ven © Se See Fe this arowins But still likes her luxury. come to to N. Syca- 
largest. , Goanee’ newe : repiace | WN sis | brick rambler and sell i quick see = Setenas brick colonia); | St. right ¢ Will sbur 
“Ou Ar e -| The chance of a lifetime! . bath and @ half. kitchen | Bi iva. left t N Underwood. and 
MARLAN HEIGHTS sien 


find todey! Comp putler’s pantry: 4 bed 
© our Open 
~The ~~ sptit- p. 2 baal vard with | 
2'2 


toned’ = yon can, use 3, ar =A + baths on 24 floor 7— 
7 Deke 6t lex rm. Servants quarters over 3- cat N é , 
TE. 6-344 garace Completely air-conditiones | : ~- ommonwea th 
CALL MRS. WOOTTON the som room , 

: [ai t B ilt purest yy Out Ari. dbivd. approx . 518.900 Properties, Inc. 
ths. rm eeu | us OI Y) Ul ast Geven Corners. turn’ Direction ut Lee Hey to WN WH JA. 5-9968 

_OPEN, 1 TILL 7 eft at antua sign to 5th house — . om il inois to OPEN ati T TOAN 
vernon bivd | | A BEINGTON REALTY HOLLEY REALTY 1433 RIVERVIEW TERRACE 
EALTY| fe Consisting of : baths. 2212 Wilsen Bive S800 Lee Hwy KE. 8.5950 Ls rf Only 8 300 down. mon: nly 
; —EE _ — eS ' ' ae en “aaa (ake is 


ii rt fire : 
ut “kik. jous of. cabinets. i. i ly -bedrm midetached 
home » th ful basement, on laree 


6708 2430 xO 


"BELL REALTY to" 


and 


: home 


wee 


2 oe ARLINGTON | 


ington 5s tt 
penstangten st. right to “Open” O ry 
breeze# from the 

his 200 


Directions 
— ra east on 2) 


OP aArilineten Rid 
34 rd. st south + 
block to Knmolis st 


> “lot n my. area . i 
left one bieck on Vernon bive Direct. Dri 
-, -$- Alex. on 


t Grove Vay 


5 HUNTINGTON" "REA 
be | 87 


PARIS 


IN THE SPRING 
aes nothine on Beverty wills 
. ood 


rambler are center-hall entrance 


to news : ; : 
x UBSIVE diniag ren — a, xk! ine 
J ; BEGG, | NO” Re Realtor dishwasher. and 3 good-s 
ARLINGTON. NORTH 


os BEDRMS. * SARWIN eae 


rm. 
sep gin 71-4353 e.*Ren 


"COUNTRY. CLUB—OPEN at 2 


2411 S. GLEBE RD 
and persona.ly designed 
ler. © 


Ss mi Mascai € 


ALEXANDRIA AREA 
Moria! | 
ART POST, REALTOR ¢ 


Announcing! 

—1.8-6220 _ 
JEFFERSON | 7 | 
) 

| 


west 


ALEX.. 
MANOR BRICK RAMBLERS 
OPEN | 12 TILL 6 


. : 
t on Burkley dr. 4th aan on 


ett 
BALLARD REALTY 
"} el dark ”* hed ve JA. 37-4792 9-93) JA. 7-881 
[. right en O'4 Giebe 
OPEN i.4 on Old Dominican te OPEN 
state 


WOW READY FOR POSSESSION | Miller Real 
Estate | ROUTH ROBBINS 


' 17-1203 2 - ' - rr. r Bh 
: ‘3 A neal ESTATE CORP 
IN 7347. a KI +5- _ Open “Tu > 


Lee? FALLS PARK 


FIVE STAR VALUES 
OPEN TODAY 1-6 P.M. 


“The Red Carpet Is Out to Welcome You” 
Mr. Tough Buyer 


a - T bathe. lige 
FULL DAYLIGHT BSMT. = as 
jv.$-6033 and JA 


7 Re ‘a? OnE. VOSR, 20 min 


a 
want “ -— 


OPEN SUNDAY 


Unicue 3-bedr 
br . 


wections, tN vrom | A _ 
wy. te 3 igh 
hill te Bare t Dri -, an ‘4 OPEN 


own & Country Realty 
Thi? 


"ALEXANDRIA | 


READY FOR POSSESSION 


te. 6 - 
corn 
DAYS i, 
PRICED in +} ~Mganer | 
19.10 


MT. VERNON BLVD. | 
BRAND NEW BRICK | 
RAMBLERS 


3-BEDRMS., 12 BATHS 


$19,980 with only $1 $00, down 


$21,750 

G!| APPROVED 
FHA AND | COmV ee 
OPEN ‘DAILY, 3 TO 8 
seapee Fe 


mY Just it 
mile south of Al exal . 
teat re h . 
large ot. Near 
scnooiws. buses 


DARK 


ing cente: 


OPEN TODAY ‘TIL 


are al) 
: etive 


FALLS CHURCH, VA 


NO MONEY DOWN 
3-BEDROOM RANCH-TYPE RAMBLERS 
aeee Convenient to schools and EXTRA-LARGE DOUBLE BATH 
pin Call 
N ICHOLS ree vise room with fireplace and. picture “wincews. separate 


ulpped Kitchen with a dining ares facing 
REAL ESTATE CO. 


colored tile bathrooms ll Buciieh 
Laree iot. Suburban stmosphere 


Priced from $19,738 
Gi APPROVED 


| Crestwood Rambler 
FHA MILITARY 


$1850 down. $115 month burs 
this large Crestwood ramb>bier 
& popular military ne meee. 


setting 
carport 


~*~ ind ev 


picture 
daylight bDesement. 


pes: 
pens 
in r ° or 
tu rent *nd 4.5930 
asth &: 23d Bt 8 to Kirk- 
| wooed rd. leit te iSth and 
Oven & 


Co. 
JA. 8-1878 


New 3-Bedrm. Brick Rambler 
2% BATHS 

Open ‘til dark. Luxury 

a neighborhood of 

homes Center-hall 


living in 
4 : 


Then see this 3-bed- 
with full dining 
kitchen Thickly 
Ol sepproved at 


De you demand plenty for your moner? 
room rench home. It's detailed for comfort 
room. basement and Westinghouse electric 
wooded -eere lot with brick fireplace 

$16.20 pres your check-book on this one! 


DIRECTIONS 
to Cedar Lene. 
to Tepewingo Rd... 


Charm—Comfort—Value 


All wrapped ap in es top McLean 
custom Duilt brick split level is homey from stem to stern 
; mouse will piease every member of the family: 3 generous 
coms. fireplace literaliv fills one end of the iivi 
orale oo While others | you can pick 
for $25.950 the one to pick up 


Artington Bird. 4% miles part Seven Corners 
right on Cedar Lane to Part St. ivit on Park 
left te 105 and our open sign 


plus location This 


m 
this > 


open house. inspection. 2 te 6 Pp. m., 


7 7, to hcuse ‘OPE? 
RANNAN HOMES REAL ESTATE 
eee Rejah 

Air- Conditioned 


$39,950 
ee. 2 7 


+d. bea? 2 e | ve Aeies ' roy in. rm, & ew all , 
‘ with rose ushes and strawberries A NT N PREMISES DAILY 
Vittori Real Estate a ee Te teach GENT © = 
DIRECTIONS: Out 


Priced _ 
West on tae ‘° ai 2 : Rd “Satn st 
la J 56000 Gad Si.. lett te 65 orth th St 
wees. AB . Palls Church. right on 
~ / 1 binek to furnished 


Moncure Agency, 2-2200 | Broad st. to West st. left Parker st 
‘a 
Dun ' om = 
: Loring, a Cure : A most functions! and charming home. It 


te 
Model 910 Parker st. Pails 
By owner. 3-bedrm. rambler LARCHMONT REALTY, bat oth decree Den and ‘: bath on ‘ia ba 


Close to schoo? fenced %-] , loaded with extras an oshe on sad “ taxis dining room. 


: i“ in spot 
' - : a) J . | tess condition. Large fenced yard.| off h.- h.. slate roof and beauti rally s 
acre lot Plenty of trees, ideal 1073 West Breed St. JE 4-3: 1S. 3-008 Je. 3-168 ' ; rees. ‘Becki r $15.950 the witimat > in charm—in dignity: only $51. 
é < - 
for children. Gi, $11,775 ae ave. r hil Te 
$600 down, $69 per mo ad Oo DIRECTIONS 


. Lee hew. to No. DOth vt. left te Hervard at 
Rose Hill Farms Hubbar "Realty Co. 


left to our epen sign at 1981 
| VIENNA WOOD M. to Dark 


No Money Down Gl fy ur 2 7 Purse Appeal 


Prom Chain Bridge Rt 123 to Kurtz rd. in 
tern for “% mile to open house 


DIRECTIONS 


MeLean left Near country 


SPRINGFIELD 


Open Sat.—Sunday 
| 7304 Charlotte St. 


em im the heart of ringfiel¢. | 


Bee ‘to OPEN | 
POST—REALTOR 
. 8-622 


jae 


Professional Lee highway to Breed st. ‘Reute 7) in 


Home «at 


Lyon Village 


fs functional 


pd co ’ 
We invite your ig : ight - 
SHANNON’ & LUEHS co. 
2055 Wilson Bivd JA. 53-6800 
~—~BIG 19-TREE CORNER 
Falls Church area. Modern 3- 
room brk. rambier. af apoliances. 


COMMUNITY 
Public & pvt. schools. By OW 
616.600. 1033 Woodley place. 


TN” HARRISON 


OPEN 2 TO 7 
ruly excellent brick, 3-bedrm. 
ith 1 bedrm. end beth 


JE. 22-5822. 
FAIRFAX 
REGRETFULLY YOURS 


Lay us moving West and mugt give 
ur most attractive ranch-type 
hoine. Only a min. from lo- 


Employees 


We Are Within-20 Minutes of Langley, Va. 


If price and down payment are your scope mey we show you 


ck ram>ier rooms. living rm. with fireplace and 


As the crow flies ite 5 minutes ae. ume? a A 
ade Here’ 


rT 
j a. 
$ reat bo pi er and s>ott walk to fine er *oo) 
a Yeonas “Cirele ys only 14.250. _ ewes enly $750 éven to 
First come first serv 
ROOM TO ogy to Vienna 


in a 5-yr.-old laree. brick Ge 


Choice locations available 


3 bedrooms, 112 baths, full basement 
Deluxe kitchen, Full dining room 
Huge living room, center hall.entrance | 


*16,150 


Approximately $95 per mo. pays everything 


Model home Open noon to dark 
Daily and Sunday 


MOREL. REALTY INC. 
JA. 5-3704 


Veterans 


Potomac River Waterfront ae 
"ist. rep. | 
iat ell_and a orful 15x15-ft. 
Open 10 A.M. to 6 P M. | re Therys clos to a dbl car- | 
| port there is @ full 30x60-ft. day- ) 
Loudoun Peed Va. 


ston on macadam State roed— 
with picture 


DIRECTIONS: From Tyson's corner Rt. 123 left 


to Perk st. to 400 and our open sign. 


Vienna Woods 


_ SY 7 
Arlington 8 area MD Sins $28. 750. 
finan ,. 
Laxury at low cost designed and built for modern liying. Pur- s 
OPEN SUNDAY, chaser has choice of interior decorating All new }-bedroom i 
rambler with full basement. pine-rancied kitchen to so nt 


S ies 
Bont gt. ture a ONLY 5 LEFT. Seeing 
+: ottingham s! the wife, “s-acre wooded lot 
ie levt Dri out teday end convince yourself. The pa 
J. Wesley “Buchanan, ne. | ay 3s J the 4 TERMS 


rir of $15,950 is far below market value. E-Z 
SLEEPY BBLLOW 


trie Kitchen. Seats fu 
convenient WN 


| ae Be call us ne ch? 


see it now! 
PALLS NEW AREA 
EW 


3-Bedrm. Brick Ramblers 


year A ! 2.& 800 
$300 DO 


your for 


rrison and 
Walter R. Reynolds Co., 
4420 N. 4ist pruncven 


Ore) NAT Sel ace 
5 


t over 1 acre aga aver. the river i feet ai n Pi a 
ve (mataene State road! 125 ‘eet a me with ree homes 
nt a balance avyable mont chy ° save : rew homes 

- 1 ¢ 14.250 to 500—also “7 
"he restricted fn 
mapent while our more 
uit 


Terme to DIRECTIONS: From Tysons Corner, Rt. 123 


to Center at 
Vienne, left turw to Moore st. and our open sion 


les a e avaliable — 


Directions: 
yson's Corner Va. 


COLEMAN C. GORE 


Real Estate Broker 
TEL. Leesburg 235-J-1 and 
763-J-4 ‘ 


Come west on State Hishway No. 7. 15 miles be 


to Potomac Farms subdivision on aal choose 


YEONAS REALTY 


2313 Wilson Bivd., Arlington 
MULTIPLE LISTING BROKER 


Miller Real Estate 7 ri , Hous | J. Maynar 


2525 Wilson Bivd 


» <= . i 


JA. 8-2100 


Mag 


JA 1-7000 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD OUT-OF-TOWN 
| D1 14 Sunday, May 13, 1956 onee os ae 
ab = 
“415,000 
Shires saa | Hee ts | | ‘. ESAS) Andelaigh Gardens 
cen 20 tet ed ee we” | “Pet HimeRNOke- Gott ons=| LA PLATA, MO, ROUTE 225 
means quicker sales results ROUTH ROBBINS rooms. | les hens, HE. 4-Titd. 
tr Washington Pet ond | TE oe Sie peccal is ap ve ; eae mah aes nh | MAY SALES 
Times Herald classified ad- (a i home away irom trae | 15 and 20% Di t 
Vertisers. To place your ad SWIMMING! Large stone building with con- a be lake. seg | re . © 3395. ; , ae ar WwW Bet its 
wap Mare._gets up | | Eisai W snd fen & -6-9893.) On All Plants in Our Frames Is Veek 
for Sunday CARPORT! = My on? | APPROX. 1 A—2 bedrooms. liv living woosed ¥ te % secre lot heal ny bike 42 125 ys . 
ie FIREPLACE! ob AAFP ES ae Beek Wake Ges ee eee ras [eaten | ee woe | RL oy reg es 
REpublic 7-1234 = 2 Teal “isee = A | 7-room, San " 7 waier, ee avrnacton : Sewer Eitod WE |e he we rng 7 4 en somave fe a to 9. eat : 
TALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. oll Svat sae Sn Te TH aE, at | Many Oter Rrcelent -Yalue ane ait theirs, Meshes | Cem pein FT Ait, to 6 
ae tp ge bs 8 waren” " C. E. HIXSON Gamsting -tistanee'| $280, hocrerosa. 60, PO, >| Evergreens, Trent, Shrubs wa Fa 
rurnt " oe . $730 down, easy terms. eRe et Besa Roses, Azaleas ANY 
yr | ts — ope Batts a Boren ; direct =. ee 2 BAY. +. ARC res. $50, wa. S pe MOBILE HOME 


GOOD BUY? =m, ¥. a, ree. hbarn an o home TE eect! Out South Capitol St. on Route 

; . ; . th ap. 7 st zt Until You Have Seen the 
THIS IS IT! apes, rods ie 2 sie Re ie con scti| Cae tidind See A MG. | ‘tow toh on Rowe 225 13] Seer anaace ane eee 
us taxes a rance. / | 4 ‘| shampion line, AP. :- | ly SPARTAN fares 
iis sates et, wath po ASR ~ per et. f ae. SM 1 , near her ed on Wa ’ 4 i > tec| miles), 23 miles from D.C. the « Shs, hoor Looge-fos for a 
] 


ton and u 000 
8 ae 8 S-room res, Only Or Gund Tt ime Lo o -| line to Garden. 
uly ~ CUSTOM COLONIAL | anassas les «@ nt: -b ema 
to 


ea 05 dining o : WALTER R REYNOLDS “4 OS. 

 — | sine. . » 2 My anes ~ . 
drome ‘and. bath on «pom. | MONROE “COUNTY—1 to : Soh. Thr. oe arms PV om STE FARM INERY 
ced yard —, =i east 000. rust. . $15 Ane Ym . tle disposition, saw 


$19,500 !! eB Nie oo elon = : +e Soe eee oe z a, oe : ae et a 
2 BATHS, MAIN FLOOR : enc y t Le . 4 rooms and zy. 6 Site teeetien. Geek wks ie MACHINERY and ——s . = | 
Brick Ramblers msrscni Cage Oot wo lovely tapd. Peace, Bean ae) Peet oh. Semen ton ash i s| Proghoes Bassas Resi Sov) Fbes Praga Sat mest, 
. ae a “eae Et | fiat a S.A omen ae Fire —w Avera Psst ine 

washer, 


including lu on 190-acre cattle farm. f and ww tS. S 7 olor _— vo, | cea 5020 Wis_ ave. nw. WO. 6- 
ae seg gece oy omega Sa, 
w a giecked qith bas wk mor rkwa: eh! oma. hhari “fine ; MOTORCYC 
AG 


frame| sisctricity. 3 mi. to 5 rh, , . , ne S eae 
. ter rms snene 4- emo 

Calebe® Dera are & Look! Only $9950 2 "| Serie  Saderwood. Hevmarket 140 BAR FOOD an og! an og sandy water. wit week. tego loaded with ¢x. UNION if C5. 
OPEN 1 P.M. Fenced Parte "Gar oe Next ts MAC LINDSEY "gD betiee. cox &| Fe Mb wlies' trom BD. C.| eoees ald, wendertdl ea afier 5 a 
ureh M1, te Damen on meen’s9 “CASH in Das ‘ ——>7 ACR ' po Sta are table is he . —s 
corners, nee 4 Te. ES - AE we wnsme ree, smail| sack AKC. & NDACKS cen. | &. 
ra. ++ lens BA cE ; CUL SPECIAL, ; . 5 ote mi be 4 Centreville. | 
Bs SES UR Ri |e |g | taeda Sack ae ati 
rlington n Realty ( = ; iy = Mt Airy, Me jwelung: se tata Farad urine ~ : "| sae eemaerRend. _ sroteess AKC black and tan. cham, plood BARGAIN: LOANS. to emplored {xomen. Mary- 

2212 Wikeon Sire. TALOG Free! _best. § mi. of to : . awY. | fe, 85200; | Sacre recta. PAD | lines temp. shots, docked. BR. &- cpmond p | land Cash Loan 

gracious oven Home | Gt BEST BUY cr Sek tease arer:| “MILLS REALTY CO. | SUE Ait cS hadROR | Sash goulahe daa gfe Shaun, ETO LO a. “AF 


+7 rH) a —a a me 
wi generous Rea and S.beGem. beick en4 from : . ears Nation Springer Spanie! puppies. ow bed, ms & 
wardrope sect, ® sens | CoG. Seeorate dining, rm. ington. D<.| Potomac River he , 500 FEE | wis. oh AKC reg. Show stock i oh at = 
when you choose ~ On « jarae ped oo In Loudoun Coun ay Hy acre: aioe gaer - compl furn., 28-ft. Ei 


x6 | _ uss ty 9-304 “Kennels, Pals! 
$16,500—FHA CALL ay . PECIALIST 513 ecree—roiling blue erase cat. nw ON WATER C ure Miss Hunt EF-igee. | Th 
Rorschach Realty, JE. 2-3706 Potomac : : | 6 neres conten 175 ft. of sand beach and 325 ft -—s by 
ne . i. porter. heated Wes sick see the doctor. ro ia ~_y* . with. oreek. fenced, on el ae idea! , *, miies, $60. Champ cemaiee. rt | Se 80. | atm st H10 2 ite a8 
=. © 


“Ot 2 Fp drive property. OL.| 9°" bed + i™.. 
HS |= > = NORTH A LINGT N y ° . Fou shou see 8 ; : din. rm. 3 . a equip. Ces as 4 new trailer. This 
i lore al oka “es ti 0 Our a ul ner and Fo. =~ $156 per acre: MAC HU Ry ; ts near D. oS : r -O2 a : » deal bre Cee. Met 


MAKE OFFER , Also other geod farms. larse and 1o-ac with beautiful) >**s8in onl , , ie... ‘| ers for Aims 
Yertise : ' ‘ 6- ence. 11625 Ba! cimere blvd. Belts- 
UNDAY. | TO DARK Mont & Frederick Counties. so call ter sale view - Bice “Rt Ridge Mounte| 1) . WE &.2582 


OPEN 
eta or C. Go 34, + tan. ™m ‘ MATER reriess | t.. 8798. | 
uses Badht2ts . equipped kit ith dining ROMER & CO., INC. <o eesbure 2 Ps spy “tongville: SO acres right for sub- value nice 4-room Samp. blood lines. cred Spee, sn MANDELL 


‘4 Ch 
ivision toe »medium D h a mod. excel. 
Leesbure sho asm most t iavorable ate. pe ' a cond... sleeps 4 avy slum. awn- TRUCKS 
4 + RA. 3-343 ; ine ae" finan Christy's. Lot 
ice. j ‘ Midway: Trailer Park 
Waldorf. ¢.. wk. Gaye CY. 7 


gone. 


_ Call Kraft, Loans, € 


tet 


A LOVE NEST ¥. to bus shopping and school | <7qecTes ane, mecrenges 

850. Any reasonable Te ap Ts 

Want to bu ve nest on > reach: Out Lee vas 4| Weshinewoa: ae price: | *, mii tlleble: 6 room and , beth venient t ne “bispeprs os 3 -f., with 
shill ot this “ve home ; colored or 8 white mile one. a Loudoun County. 34; Head. Ma: (a°Piata and or ae On © ' m D rane ve, we peting. Dinett. 30-ft. awn Pur. 
love WF ey er te No = ny ey = te $1 couse has 2 aah =v, nye" chased £3200 oF best offer 
Y. tm. dining “ sof o North Caipeper. ™ MILLS “SEAL TY CO : ohie’ rata — Fea, oc mere, euit bed ¢ : ‘ Dy RENTON. Vs y Phone 60. 5-7062 

. : 6m ae | % a 
+ | RCE H. RUCKER CO. ss miles {rom "RFD } farms #200 to $500 an acre "C7 end ox ject. Ever SPECIALS! 
A. 5-8585 


. >™* a.i 517 acres: ; ouses. subdivision, = ed low gre only a tew of the 
———— barn . 4 ’ ‘ > : 


satin, no. ‘13 
ber PP sats « come Exchange ‘ ouse, 1 §-rm. with bath and elec ’ nee of ! tee i mmunit "Was ‘fy. : Ne | like 
AL BAKER & SON, INC. Pomponio ‘ibiow | eSetal vent] sear Se wa | edie! ee aS a RE eg RR 
oe Sym, Sy dee Presents Brandywine area. | : a * ‘isp-raras reed. near” Waldort. Ma~ Old NEW RAMBLER |KETENS— fealty. Si. Jtae'| 1952 SPARTANETTE 
6- . - : ~ we om Lan f for comm 7. Ar 
sitet BE Ns or hg og! develop Heirs de- ae 4 —— Sale 38 ‘shi3s™" 


C'mon ares “a " + 118 E, Center St. Manassas. Ve loses! offer. box £4-307 Peete carport feh, an Ou heal: near £5.38. 5-728 


m. Sun. Man bies. yellow red mat) 3"TR 6 low price! 
Se =| to my house | Miceeere ae : NEW ACRE ON WATER |cepiedint-teted® ate | 1982 "TROTWOSE 
® toace. ful bam CLOSE IN Ag Sead Eee ee Tih Jere, 4¢™ eeneer7a AU" | patel bea aes 
— ree rm. shade trees _LYON PARK muting distance. 4 $-bed : oo round vemsbior tice Es room. ar wiaege*. en * S11 986. “ ‘ ; : al vacation trailer! 
ROUTH ROBBINS ths sys for $3950. ¢ . maraee: baba or eles, . slit i —— - 1956 “GREAT LAKES 


me es | Page w ERT RPER eke ee 
aul 9 snl Sothi tro, ata | “bichardson & Hail. | , 
ambling k ncho fear PE ip is PaMiLy ARCOLA arlene ek 1 “ON ‘WATER E. 19 a EB RS ere oe = 

a LOUDOUN COUNTY, | fis: Sie lige det] Realty alata? TALBERT 2 a a =. a ae 


sub estes Be, int | 


is “ao —— 71-2002 Ty Ariel male. A real value! j Goed cond. Dark blue $280 "Po. 
' son ’ 
our terms | Sree wks eid. excell. pros-| SO#t and Utility Trailer Rentals: Git Vit oer —1955 sagan qalivery 


19 A, R oTwe 
99 


ay others 


Joh remit, Associate ° . 
: . be fT Can 
—— arent -— ACT TODAY | rss pe bear arens. Ontr| ESI surat snd thet cook ne ges Inc. | ar Fab hell "bu 


fers Reis ye » F. ACRE bath. on highway’ ff 7 7oe. price. only $6500 Full Price $1950 een._Fie_ $- College Park a ‘. $035 
$10,500. . 


i. — cae North of Univ. of Ma. | 2-0 
REAL :| of “Martinsbu cottage : Route No. 1 anteed trucks at 
-1¢ at a selby. on the Bey: repairs. : 4 WwW R. Open 9 to 9 Weekdays. Closed Sun NT CHOL CHEV 


Realtor. Martinsbure. w living room ndow, ROLE, 
AE.) Boon locking for 9, benscoan nics $90, at Gre airs _Va.. 8989. th Woodland Beach (t lone, pew Uires.| Baltimore ‘ave. Hystievile Wa. 


- | a ia fis] ‘pris. tee Gal’ 3 
> BEDROOMS rma a ad 3, full “baths! Certalne. acre dairy farm; ideal for ‘LOTS For SALE 3 CORNE a4 churches and. Kee ntl ds eet atin need ia . ot Coleme — |— | ~~ Contin 
2 FULL BATHS lavish, Gisplay, of natures wonders| mans stale. | House and ACREAGE Borers bag Wester - Syivan Shores | ; ei Theah | PERSONAL LOANS 90A PERSONAL LOANS 
eo ne a —8i) . “Licensed under Small Loan Laws | Licensed under Sm 
img ientiae nike varied architect | es es a | NesROMNTQWELD: Gacy. | flour TER ainetic.s "acrecuet?tn| fine Nas’ Sige rat ee =] 
s home you . = Mice male k. SL a 
7: 21 yr = 4 bri pet ince.» separate beamed gs. davtight _ dase A SMART BUY 5.930. A... m= yee. ged se of i « waler. price.) Sy? re ena Ave. iy pigseaeks, 8128, RES re puppies, shal 


™. a att . us . ¥ . noon 3 mos. AKC. Pals 
(fakes — co eve fornia carport end : _ tobacco ba! fa » Want A Lot? Kay Realty ‘So “a6 POMERANTAN 


pups. te 
n ts 


such arge +. -y oO 


M. Hailey, JE. 2-7944 421 500 Ree CON- IDEAL HORSE FARM. je i Os ist and, around. Beale WATERFRONT, SENT 738 


oye. vi hand x close-in estate for Gis- 113 ve. Co ting d Aron CABIN — Simple. ~ ated, ulek le 7 Car 
fin home in neighbor _~ ; ® eg FS screen porch. fine sart fishin Ay nd “ 

- “ oe rambier, finest material. fixe | D. ~~ Sacritipe Ls ing. 840 Cal RA 
distan new Seven e rea new. & yvrea. of. Wide Ny “ft; ist ie “ares with 
sh —+« 4 ; ball po ; liv. rm.| future; make offer. Corner | % 416. or! wate " 

ce. the hub-bub of the ejty to t = 5 poses. Bene — - call Un Ling iat wb wea pe (Toy Fox Terriers ... 

~ this rm.. bath, beautiful ail 3. cinder blocks: 7800 lace Br R HWARTZ mod. cottage. fully eauip a) DACHSHUND AKC, M. 
* como | $6800 = * ’ 
baths. ely MARYLAND ————— —— SPECIALIOT wk or sedfon. 30 min. D. c WE.| WIRE TERRIERS AKC, M 
x living perch wid : com: accounts and “VIRGINIA = . MIXED BREEDS 

ose tol rm. form s tm. end @ ete maid’ an in wine. yee oe circular | “Grive. "*Fo0 {t.| SPRINGFIELD FARMS—4S-acre es-| ern Shore of ryliand from June 
Conentatetken Has bis ar. wane fencing — =| rontage. $2500. an.. mo. ‘i to Septem bon com ievely furnished Si ’ S p t Sh 
erase which would| ‘0° Gorgeous paneled ea nt A | * Fest for good| Four bedrooms s all liver pring e Oop 


: tien rm. with deluxe bar. inclosed ince for 6 p tastidious purer teed t ed.| country convenseness:  eunaie - AYER A y0. 82114 
eal family room or sere, garene fad eareect! Onis ~ on tedar's rket eee én. “2S on o. Jay -%- penoten Shirley; bathing. etc. wer - rt ih e_ AY! Uv 


4 ’ . ington. and 
$27,950 OMPONIO. JA. tases’! chow you bs ’ ore Estates Co. “Gontreville. Ma. ties’ “80d. pomes._ 


to att racts. Part setter. & it 7 
sen sig inne acini eee REALTY, ag Steg ee | game sea, © | neato abe 
BRICK BUN ALOW Supe a * Khe ottesvilte: 's ‘ SETHANY BEACH DET. — Ocean |atHXaC PNR Wi . 

| BUNGAL W Tastes iu. W yr" ae COUNTRY LIVING | Supper. roker. PA ~—. B TON , ALTY CO. freak Torn apte ; . moro quail Mh a; G.A.C. FI NANCE 


ALTANWOOD — Chole home site Re , ate May 26 eth. “Sis 1 per wk. to 


Nr, Ari. Bivd.-Glebe Rd. ee ‘, whe Fxcel, loc. for Doctor or Dentist, “— | Gye >. Regs, rales soot of ssasen. ra _— + epistered, CORPORATION 


| 4. = 
FHA—S$ ] 7, 500 . r 4 sd roed 2000 and oad «a -| 2- 4. ke Se: . A mt 
a dson at | . fect togle Be ora | ae REACH. N.C —Cot- . 
- (Grade A} ry Farm. BUORTONSY AREA —CGonv te 7 Aces snd Boone NGioo Coan eee meeere, as, bed and 3 kittens. Also | Tel. HObert 2.5028 
~w usco— oy beautiful Siamese malice. suitable 
«| Ve » ~ a vy . reat torts ~ view 45800.| C a dee ont, Rous t to a a ell eves or weekends.| (5? stud Seal Point pedisree. TA 
sections ‘Loudo oun County. jee a io ac. wooded, st = .| Centreville, Va.—BRownine 6- rity , 3 gee Bed: Ee anes $303 Bolti Avenve* 


+ rolling well drained and n : 4 ac. wooded. s : hed & 4 bh - | 
— be sy — ‘ + nh Hl rN Tyo) aU BT nis aiauippe a (Nest te The Met Shepoe) * —s 
oi od Attractive terms, Neti WATERFRONT, SALE - lev —- 


; c : AR age Write “we - 
we; 4 } es 
FREDERIC W. BERENS ba u ar ’ eaeme los, 2 2 mer i ee niacin BAY <— uit 12 , , , . ee pets. ery +4 
INC. NA. re of oth : bec } oe | ter a are 
eee eee inden tad comes) ab cre] tt ot hi WaT pe Teil gece oot Rica aids | Sigh ARS aa gh | ee ene ai Sa 
WE wit BUILD +: . "ij ua S 8 fina tor C. $6500. Owner. . Bnead.| and cuards. APF i-4268 
2-bedrosm ramb'ier tof split. level on re x x. es wo . section. 14 ; 2 | 2 } yr 
denn. ie Wik, PINANCE #1508 t ha poem Vy 9 _ 2 or may be seén by appointment. one & } a 3 collie) pu wie hi : TON 
REALTY CO __| over to see * ‘month on principal ‘3! ANNAPOLIS ROADS | fig Bith beautiful, sur ) NER PUPS—AKC. 3 150 N. 3 Notched Rood" Tel. Great Mills 3671 
th ed on 10 


! 5% terest. 7 Nich se 
ity enston aay me, BED- i. “ n New 4-bedrm. home avail for im- road direct to ae cat Ri 3133 Bichols ave io SALLS 
ROO ride | ' ° on, | great , ! age es 7 be! ear Ae ' 
Stem in this ¢harmin Falls! your horse tight ti te at 8 acres 6 rooms, be " schools. shopping.| directly on bay. “ jo colt shots. housebroken. SP. 4- 1183 128 West Broad St. (Up to $600.}. . Tel. JEfferson 2-4643 
a SEP ot OAR oS chrches Sad ereepartage. Gent: | gpsurtagtiy sBrit. "Sak ooo "atts | Wie es | 2m All Maryiond Offic vp t $300 
se nort ' io ran an rove Tms. u ; - = —— = on 
with 8 swat Dpling ve brick | ot -- Sesing ‘proved to ore. M. Leo Storch. AP.| | ope Snancing Inspection by ap- : drm bath. gas Cook - 


with fire fireplace « Pacing and bath 4 siting. Vv Ii. a u 
- ? — 
ina elec.| Texan talk. ould get “the = 15. —, a od ama SARK ARE Yookine for restful. 


ye 
. at L ete. Prieed| whole state of "Californie in pie ok ‘Santina — 9 epart- a — M - B ‘Searls TYDINGS-ON-THE-BAY | auiet and beautiful foot oume 
. lL. GI 615. 8795 down for - . ne | and the : of| ments. each with bath oad | eat-| & acre on Jack Sligo| spacious home en let with 100 Ne BLUFF INN 
Arfax Realty, JE. 4-4900| 2% Fk a RR Rg cra 31 0 fe "Tromiage on ‘bay’ Larue gourn. N, HL overlooking. tarps 
hem | or without y n ughout. 5 bedrms., 2 paths. 2- rivaie pool SOUDLED 
reinis operties ow we ‘ . ington mSi-! buys « bidg. site, nearby M4 or at Can ae be “Anam Mh igs AAS d “ ce: at en $20 to $1000 
REALTY CO. Located in th rc ket: «© » @te. Modet-| peach areas. within 30 min _D. C.:| appt. ced. 7 Drive, Sm a 5 oe Washineten, to a good home, 6 wks. old: house 


BeAvPiroL STOCK FARM, ex-| Sy vc . " proce not 
w cellent buildings: 40 Herelords, MERCIA ATION Swatlord at Cowen soa, | SHED—New. j-bearm house:| colored 
Here? gtyefaet | MADE FOR Yo Sesh ELE ermine, | Boor een oO? Rouie. 43 weet i 31st |... FOR THINGS YOU NEED AND WANT 
proved road, dwelling. barn u PAUL S. ANDERSON season ' re) Of ute e male, 4-yrs.-old -8272. Mon 
on iponio ws lot and 9000 additional sa. ft REALTOR Holcomb. 226 Si st. NYC. 28 ‘COVERY eae ee iiss eee| (i You may be able to take advantage of 
293 


Maryiand Inn Bid » 
ning - 
| 9902 Wilson Bivd JA, 71-6660! pes nee to Re 17 | a-bedr  Hishly popu-| Annapolis, Md. COlonis! 6-3354 DOGS aTs KENNELS §676 to affectionate homes. AD 23-2931. | bargains with cash. Apply for any amount up 
' 


; - | to $1000 for any ¢ purpose—take up to 
DOCTOR——DENTIST | ase —S-bedra.col-| STEEDALE terrier puppy, a moe HORSES, LIVESTOCK 76A) 
170-f). front lot adjoining pro-| 7 _oune moving. 4 geod stock: ieen iu SR ror heer «Cs«2 4. months to repay. See table below. 
PI 


#7 | f 
“til_9 — S mop center, Ideal for ? cf reas. priced. JE. 4-3355.| Plenty of water: 6 miles from D. C.| 
| DC. Walton me and vottiee. 0 si ur Heed | QE BAN PERRIEN PUPPIES. | FL. 4- @ The principal 


RT. Vir . 4-8510, : 

He {300° WoRibs BEACH | A 2 Yttep quality a SADDLE nOMSE A AND bad S24 requirement for MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS 

TH FR | MOB with children and in chdogs Hiabier thurmond. Ph “tsi. ) a loan at HFC is Get 24 

YOUR KIDS Brochures ‘of Tountaln "and en Tes | <j| Total price. s700 ‘4100'¢ wn. 5 ees ass o. $100,000" “eas aad BE ee HETLAND PONY —(1) ends 2-) your ability to a. a 

ees ees se fa ok ue 3 Snr | let coe nae | | 4p—- 

. Gown payn si6 | 4 School | OE X AKING. REA old: she Satoetin y= sure horses ts. 

aoe fee Be ne = . HAGAN “Real: | Is?’ Volosia “Ave. Dartona Beach | $25. Ma. 9-2423 jet I — ge 

ert, inere oy on! F mlies SIMA REA nat rrier—AKC. 4 : — 8 Pian. Route @ The folks at 
b. *. ood 8 schools FLORIDA BEAUTY : i Nes Seautiful --F accessib} put bmi. Ro Household are 
tomfort: “ee room in pend oA LON Half good open i. toMtn JO. ‘ie . & GLOUCESTER, iF ales: $ "wren Angus 


AL 
Tod-| fnew - = , Bro Seles orgies oh: ope aq steers and Bi ag tent alg = 
fal pla. ta stare | « a fs : mS) 3 LOVELY COUNTRY VIRGINIA | ent, champion | ers. | ee sit il 
men, se ‘beat : | ESTATES Te SetaboNg sfier 5. | PALOMD Repipierse. 
pore oT ctectiicltr ele. 1%-5 ACRES ‘ nied As ae etc , tom | sonable, BRow 3 @ LIFE INSURANCE ON ALL HFC 
mae Louies Ve] = BROOK MALL L. M. von Schilling Jr. eet Be pue.po U8 «tan |ar auetion Ay wa LOANS WITHOUT EXTRA COST TO YOU 
me a? " oa 8- OLD An sree eet = 14 WN, ans. Tee. Va. 3-6565 ? 


Erte e Park ae SOUTHERN COLONIAL] by. surrounding es 
Be, 4 ag e. 
gee ey 


KL p-1000 ESTATE a 


40 BEAUTIFUL ACRES 


Ground Floor 
ie See 


Cler enaom qué Aleranarva offi e ore 5600. 
eee 2\ie% monthly on balances to $300 and 1a% monthly 08 any 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
“nt Sunday, May 13, 1956 D1 


NOTICE TO READERS URISMAN CHEVROLET 


saan eee VN ALLS sees 


TAKOMA FORD The Washington Post and Times Herald never SELECTION IN 


, . ; : FINISH 
. Ss. Ma. » — $4005. wy 
“res He rea fH act pap a knowingly publishes misleading, fraudulent, or 7: aaa Stee 
pe = THE AUTO CENTER| sp bee vated “bait” advertising. & 
year 


(OUR NORTHWEST LOCATION) 18.000 actual miles. $395 down. 
i2th & © Ope} nw ST. 3-6624 *1 
“62” CONVERTIBI OF 
N SUNDAY A Diack finish. one owner Bho 
actual miles, $285 dow 


All advertisements are accepted for publication on 


enten Betare ‘CADILLAC TRADES the premise that the product.is properly described 


Beautiful 246ne vellow and Black 


ce for] Wire, whesis. fully quipped. Used| oo oie st miviorn. power! in the advertisement, is available at the advertised 
MO- aoenae ana (brakes. wine ang 
white Onish 8000 miles; 8279 


UNITED AUTO SALES | @= address, and will be willingly sold to the consumer 
Comes Maa and Riggs Ras — L + e _onpcipir cogrert: bh d d d bh 4 
We m ‘ *s* . " 
SMA ____BA._ 239777 | Poe plece® tees down at the pricé and conditions stated in the advertise- 
52 CAD. —- CHEVROLET Bel Air “@ hard- 
4-DOOR SEDAN icety | Anish. 8600 ” actual” mites ment. 


$295 dow 


i 
J . 
95 DO ‘ 
dillacs Wanted per BLUE Me | mie Wel bee ces ot. 
PENNY MOTORS AND ACCES ssORiES Fat part Beyy =  ¥ ~~ epee If any reader ever encounters anything less than 


rome mone UD ca THE tebe CENTER ty price ike new special faithful compliance with these conditions, we 
4 - (OUR NORTHEAST LOCATION) BOIATE DELIVERY ) , | | 
8th & O NW. DE. 2-4700 2g aes ee FAR ag sit eredes. and out. ee i ne rama ten b, aan CARS a 
~ WILL PAY HIGH ~ ack top, sat b ustom of-towners financed on sot. | 
“2 BSS" PONTIAC faaher terior. eoecat Sib "ood BLASS & CLARK Advertisers who deliberately violate these stand- | // 


4221 Connecticut Ae Capitol I Cadillac. Olds Co, | over ® AD 4 : | 
Dery weet it af bite NW. ST. 3.2600 ards will not be permitted to use our advertising 7; 
make or vit a a tneledina 1s sects er = of the | 4 OCA 10 
| St Ebowreess send ten throush- columns. 


1199 | ag ee ue Lo re era Be » sae 
WiLL by Soli =| Akers ¢ ds-Cadillec Co. ‘55 CAD. | Just call or write the Better Business Bureau, 507 610 H Street, NE, 


CARS Convertible | Perpetual Building, NAtional 8-2727, of which | "64 CHEV, ....$945 | 55 CHEV. .. $1995 | "54 FORD .. $1348 


| t-ér.: wher = Ran STA. WAG. “TIO” deluxe STA. WAG.. V-* Cestemiines 


Any Make | 
BILL DENIS, INC. | $3995 this newspaper is an active supporter. plaints to — 1 FS 
r R | an. 
FULL P By ” ‘64 CHEV. .. $1495 


very clean. Ne, S768. foe endl exceptionally c« 
ne. ; . 
‘3 Rel, Al; Couveritiey ‘wy | °§3 GHEY. ....$875 | °S3 OLDS ... $1395 
he oreiinale Veit Eo finan Les rr eee ee . 0 —w?. ‘. .} a 0 ‘hen. Guanes poser 
Bee — — = green fints e. soapest Aatrenic ope. Ne, 
$2.395 = fe. AVE. AUTOMOBILES, SALE 97 | nt 

2.1% AUTOMOBILES, SALE ; 
~ i, 2, | TAB ee AC— "SS Wardion, “begutitul | 5 4 PLYM. $1175 83 CHEV. .. .$1145 55 NASH ...$1696 
petar white: fully cauip.: Star- and white Dorado | 5] HEVR LET | t-4r. Saver: tutone Alr CONVERTIBLE . 
five styling at a pirce. teak appearance ms ' Hydra. wer badaes n nottens heater and defres t very finish: fallr HDTr Rambler Country 
Oldmstead Motor Co. B oveveorer—u—s1e — | ae: | Soe ee andy terms Wd REPOSSESSED — rage gad bester! | Glecckers, sti. ponat whe 
Art gtow Olds Dealer Since 1915 Powers) “aw? - h. ie speaker ORS 2001 Nichols a oo 7 ING CHEVROLET. 13 real share, SS walls. Like new. Ne. 371! 


Bird. 3A. 7.0400 Bl Ese! Scat" priest's ach” Gall Geen esd chester pea ene (© ie Caer | $312. 50 TOTAL | ‘65 CHEV. .. $1395 | 562 BUICK ... $845 | 53 CHRYS. ..$1145 
2 6-313 


MAKE OR ————_s = Cal after 6 p.m. OL — BETS +. miles oe door sedan pold os ts mw ty! t-ér. “210" “6.” eater and ~ ~ar.; dusk gray: Drnaflew, : WINDSOR: radio & 
BEN y- TORS . ; sish ag his b | Getrester: erie. Dive finish. wer stecring. white — ; copetne, ante, 
MO ET—i0s6 Bel Air Gonv | P - cts up bal ne Ne. 3014. radie and heater. Ne. Ne. 3487. 
powerg!! —_ heater. 4 eR bt! o). 


‘ ake i ielauing: ERS TR Te: eee coe — ye aL ef Provel. call 
on Be RRR | Sie niz.s Pensa SECURITY MOTORS 
es Pre: 4 = +o os 7 me & @ , , A ie % oo : of * » -y eA 


WA hs eee poe oe soak re oe te bay . -* , p , : 3 P ss " te. Bicss ' at, 100 ky D C.| Ath &. N. Y. Ave. Lah sk 
Ww 7-4 £ om Ms ite : Ba Bg bg cae eee Ph ee ‘ dee ee 2 bp sa - : — Macy x 1} 
Bact ei 1 ee meme) | Set ae re tren “Ses cm cate de hp 51 DE SOTO $475 | 53 WILLYS . $575 | 52 CHEV. ... $695 
WANTED pS) BR | a Fe eae crs Re sath ‘and Pa ase SR Lb 4080 | | Al ‘v- ; ‘-4r. Gras ite radie and Aere Lark with radio ond Strteline de luxe 2-dr Blac 
Oa gh ¢ 29 ; ee a aS ee i a. eee a Powergilide ’ and “h.. $18 heater. Ne. 19 heater, everdrive. Ne. 35 and ivery with redie « 
gg . S Mo “oh SRF gin ‘5A CHEV | N OR... joa lt heater. Ne. 5342. 


Mt hm a js) + peal a hie gE CONVERTIBLE seas covers 7 geod cond., pvt. owner 2-4". “210.” Green with | STATION WAGON, Green Oo wees 
USED CARS oe aS jm. $45 DOWN | ae — Rewew hectare le ETATION WAGON. ear. "218", vice aver with 
be ; rh, em ’ , . ‘ u. : - . eater. Ne 
URGENT NEED FOR Se gee eae : “3 SHARP LektHeR” rOPAVERTIBLE.| Vit consi der" tee ” alles Gas 61 FORD ... $475 55 CHEV, $1395 64 FORD ...$1295 


fae , oe : TE TI ‘-dr. Custom “8.” Black very and 
100 IMPORTED CARS aw 3 en, oa * : iw - W Tinks TuMepr. - convert u with redie and heater Ne. brow with neater, ie. ‘-dr. Crestiine. Bise with 
Highest Prices Paid’ Cash or g st oe: < —_ Bie “ ATELY RELIves t. FOR CREDIT! Power eaquippe -8. . 3769. . redie end heater. Ne. 36462. 


- ~ # ZL “a : : , ented PPROV : 
extra le Trade-in Allow- ai a — ; ad ee A dual . 8 
gn pe re enema! |e AUTO CENTER fas ar eet 2 BUICK ...$975 | 'S4 CHEV. .. $1295 | 52 Buick .. .$e75 
wie fs EE eae a oP ae hates . ag ee 2. | views. Green with aff with radic Tory | and ‘-dr, Special. Green with 
pt * dl : Raat 2 eee a 5 ig ee i a2 + 4 Le es an as radic and heater: Dynaflew. eri Powersiiae. Ne. 2060. ~<— ond beater, Dyna. Ne. 

-s a % ‘oy ae 3 2 : PS 2 : 7 E | % Ns Re . < ~ : ? ms ~—g ; ‘ 
+++ ae aa” NS é * eS Se 4 Oe hee = Vi ome c or Cal a 51 DODGE $415 od CHEV. . ~ $1075 "52 CHEV. xt $695 
MERCEDES-BENZ ae 9 -tested and ’ : ¥ 3 ; ha pa Sar gas i - — tk : 000 : 4 -dr. Tutone gray with ra- oer redle and heater. oar. Strieline de tere wit 


MAGNETTE nad 40 5 ieigh % Vv ; | aa AP el 


in . Ss ec et aX Club 
gy NRT ne Bl Haseacarantce! “EN Gite) A) 8) Of Bas 


8725 3 AK ran . 6. B.. Ma 


_—— ty + ed 3 a s ’ price 


NG "56 OLDS ... $2445 "53 OLDS |. . $1396 


“Roe low »_ 
+ oh ‘ 147 aT 4 Deer *” tetene ereen! Sener “SR” Helidey Hard- 
— Ss ro ~ 4-16 90 __ we with radie and heater. 


EN , -* : a: be . int Or 3 okt ae ssa teed brakes. . 
. uu. YOUR MONEY \¢," "ee a Lee i lee “sa” Woeliday Z "65 CHEV. .. .$1395 
“5 tik if fwitnin 5 gars? you \F — = 5 / "64 MERC. $1795 Sees <a A my 7 
BUYING! ! ! ‘ ; : can my at 8 jower price. | Certainly you pay less for a fashion, with $245 DOWN Hardtop Monterey; tatone a; equipped. Ne. 2810. 


heater; . 
Eke Guaranteed Peace-of-Mind Car ’ iN tS cller the cine +, ~~ BAT ak ae AL ia. a ee "64 CHEV $995 (ae 

tighest, To car an 4 ute te . eas A soe oe than you'd pay for a car of like | Sikameeile and prestige. +: LL PSED OUR bh ne ware REE wm 
either of our ioca- ae vi eee quality elsewhere! But the main reason | ote ist with the fin OE ae Ki ; "S64 AUSTIN Ne. 3558. 
s 7. = , > - 4 
— PPROVAL. 


a | le buy Peaceof-Mind Cars is not QUICK CREDIT! A 
EMERSON & ORME ae DS thats Lower oriass but their hiner enaiite. Oldmstead Motor Co. OPEN SUNDAY HEALY. .. $1845 | 53 CHEV. 4. 
(BUICK) oa Pe. gt Arteton Olds Desier Since 1935 B) TLE AUTO CENTER gs a a 
. Eness : fiend Be N.E. ae . ie, | : ’ 2000 Wil. Bivd., JA. 7-8400 {OUR RORTHWEST LOCATION } | nd 
a. Bi PAB EGE | eS ee wth’ 4, ae "85 CHEV. .. $1395 | "53 BUICK ses 61 STUDE. _ $395 


t-Deer “T10;" green; equip. Serteres tutene creen; with 4-dr. Green with radie and 
T0006. 
5601 Settimere Ave. 


Neo a4. r and heater. Ne, 2051. heater. Ne, 
It yimtien bey bevend “ine wA. 7-7205 ser are mond Ww. Hyattsville 
pungees Bape an organo Ave. 
Maryland 
"52 aAtSER "52 PLYMOUTH ....$495 "64 CHEV. ...$1025 | 53 CHEV. ... $967 ‘3! PONT. ... $595 


A “ S-Deer “T10" ewtth heater Bel Air: tvery and blue; 4-Deoor wtene sreent 
Manhattas ad beise fin Cambridge 4-dr.: new maroon finish. and defrester; bine. Ne. heater. Ne. R2865. Hydra- Matie. ‘we 3149. 
1 


oh F ~~, with 40 de — redie, cus- matching seat covers. radic. heater, 
ood tir 358-A 


lesion. Ne. . ‘ 
eae aste. tranem °. . tires, Ne. 30 82 DODGE Re! 50 CHEV, ae $495 
51 PLYMOUTH .... .$495 | '52 PONTIAC | "SE CHEV. .. S100 ee 


Chieftain 40 luxe 4-4 Cio, hactan t-Deer;: heater: green at Sesten. Ne. BR? 
¢-dr ; Jet-binck finish; fully eautpped. tareueise e finish ~~ gp ay J 3788 
‘. lent co e. 


Ne i2C33-A. 54 CHEV. ... $945 | 51 CHEV. .. a "OO CHEV. ....$447 


Styletine deluxe 2 ar + black 2-Deer Flectiine Deluxe; ma- 
be ee te | + oe ‘52 STUDEBAKER . $645 osen UE Xs ak tae S-Deori radio and Restor; | Sia hener Ne. wiles ron mith radio and beater, 
t-ér.: tverry ever a tn wily be a. a, 
ceuipped. Ne. SC255-A livara atic. drive. rai hatter. FOR THIS SPECIAL SALE "54 CHEV. ...$1345 | "51 CHEV. ....$595 ‘30 NASH . $247 
56 FORD 4-Deer Bel Air with Pewer- 4-Dr. Strteline fetuses Fa and heat : with rad Bg 


; tei glide; cream and green, No. | SR beater. Ne 
ne Forder, creen ana white | °S3 CHEVROLET ... .$795- rhese Cars Are in Geod Condition tr06. ’ 
finiah Cestom eater de — redie. 9.42.: este. qreen Gatch. wow mated- iL 53 CHEV. $945 "61 FORD . . $297 "51 BUICK - $745 


met hee, ee ste Sash ‘sip’ Drotr | text OMIE URL ESS | Seren, cree cir 
~ s > 
'54 CHEVROLET . . $896 . and <s.- lide. Ne. 1418. beater. _ .. me Ne. R314. ve sires 


t-dr.: beige ever ereen: tatty eauipped. 62 CHRYSLER 2-Deer, equipped. 


1 
’ Nw ° 
iributors or ey 
; os oe - Imperial convertible: black finish with og oy 
RNER NER |. Se 61 DE SOTO pote slention, power bikes’ sad’ ©: ‘ 56 FORD 
Fis. Ave. NE. at 6th uy 6-098 : ae Chat comes B-tane ereen Gini; cus. | BH MEAS. 
¥n) T- +. ag radio and de luxe heater. -~ a driven 5200 miles; 
BUICK ‘49 CONVERT, eae : 65 FORD $1,195 
D. 4- aot Tudor: black finish. ecauip with r 
BUICK Sth Paper sed. tires Tike . es Airflew beeet seat covers, low mile- ‘94 BUICK 
mm, . 4 , Re eg 
" the ‘ . Gym... Ff. CS ee " 
gem, Hh Reedncsie | | ae 


yy x SS Stee , , 


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ae 
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, eve ereen ase. Ne 
: ant on" ‘radio. bes Paster 
blendine seat covers 


'S5 CHEVROLET . $1,295 . ‘47 PONT. ..$125 | ‘48 HUDS. $79 | ‘49 chest ea 4) CHEV. .. $49 
"63 STUDEBAKER . $795 4 Diack and white finish, eqpé. r | Bf Eith radio ang heater. | and pester, Blue. Ne. No. | free. Ne. 34084. 410 
with Airflow heater, w.-w. . . ise. 3” , 26. °F 

pies ht coupe: rust ever beige fin - tle seat covers and many wobet ex- | Ave. 49 | . Ra H St. NE. 
. ‘ 4C 157. + $145 | “46 DODGE $79 


ally eauipped. Ne. tras. - 
2-doer: equipped. -dr. . ate + meetes, Je. ‘. Blue with radio i-dr. Bleck. We. 5488, 
61 FORD Ne. 3165 and beater. Ne et 610 HW St. NE. 


Buick Dealer. Ave tn DOWN 
es ‘ Wise, Ave. Ss? HENRY. ; $325 411 Bladensberc na 
Teder: jet black finish; caut with ae | * “ ‘th heat . ‘41 DE SOTO $25 
as oy ey Sot ond redie, de luxe beater. Ne. TE a : with push- n . 55 FORDS S945 {dr Black. Faw 4 Ne. aga bag nentes. 48 DODGE .. $95 ‘dr. Biaek. No, 3284 
wo aot oe : ’ . . 7“ “ . a 


53 PLYMOUTH ... $745 4 pa.get rom Heo! bw'minste, Ke TRE csnsertine or Victorias + A enc. rio | 49, CHEV....$225 | SUA, "sic ces tee | “48 CHEV. $65 


Stvicline delaxe with . 
i-dr.: teery over maspelie dive fin- DOWN ‘-ér. Gray Equipped. heater gra and tvory Pippe ay Ae a‘. 3643, 


is al 5 ae ae ish; fully equip 2A. "65 MERCURY . . $1,996 Yo) K f MBLER $ Ne. S610 at SILL Wise. Ne. 2311 at 5500 Ager Mar ‘46 DE SOTO $119 
; Fs o ‘a7 aS ‘56 FORD ._. $345 411 Bladensbere Rad oe 7905. 
gore ood earth aie “y tiniah bemens cae bre? t a ar Si ed. | tt, Detexe qith heat | ‘49 CHEV. "$295 % ci0 Hh st NE 


G ipped. 
aes Ma AP 7 e000" ‘- pon SE ne he 4 geod tires; fully die and beater. Ne Station Waren; ©. and hb. OD. Be. 2409 at si ise. eri ym, ¥ *. 326 ode. Seiune Wisettine ‘49 OLDS $127 
a $90 Radic and heater. Ne 4-dr. “S*". Black. Ne. 


50 CADILLAC $995 | 52 PACKARD DISCOUNT TO CASH \BUYERS aed en SP" sebgentt Foe dg 


ar; S-tene screen finish, radio, a ater. ap SEES a8 Saee Aece ‘47 CAD 175 " 
sale 2 Jot binck finish: cauipped with Rester, seat covers. No. 1C70 LOW, LOW DOWN PAYMENTS aa Mec. 8) . 49 NASH . $145 ro Mg Biack oa ree | host ie MOLES 


* 2dr. Black with | Sie and, beater, Ne | “47 CHEV. ..$149 
"55 CHEVS. ~*~ $1,395 63 STUDEBAKER . $795 = ot nd. heater | | ene 4) 
4 ve 


Ne. i mre yr mS 
Se . } eteee Rvows. aotess Ne. 2 .~*s 
and colors. : Ne. 3C289.” PLOYEES. MEDIATE DELIVERY oie bows FOR 
NO CASH ; te S m OFFICER 
FIRST TuRke @ 


55 FORD ‘63 PLYMOUTH ....$995 


die heater. Ne. t-dr. Black. 
+ — Fhe ‘Wise. See. Acer Rd. bu . Rd. at 610 EB St. NE. 
Ranch wasgen: light bive Statch: Raich: cand. ae paedicos bined, ond red. plas- 
tires. covers, 


eo ae te Se 
mith myer Bank Financing Available. Ask about our Sap trens she feegaet Ghoveutet Caster te Glactingnen, Moryland ent Vigiute 


Pin . & 8. Ma. Bets, 4g 
ee ee ‘ ardigp:| tux 
‘ . ja: ae 5 ee etes 3-day trial and 100% no-cost, 60-day or 
Sea neonditionsily ‘suaren- Peat eR Pee tae ee ee ey te MPL 1,000-mile labor and material guarantee i 
Wi ELER INC. “40n ee ie rn rm send on normal use and service of car. a 
Vrite ao fet OUTH-N os “i Fe a P A Bg ss re Bi %," | 
pale iW KM. 476 it. AS heats Pe ye Cue ee 
rs , , 
recond ; 
% Deal 
and 


aie ‘and. healer. = | 48 BUICK . $127 
Bladens- 3344, 


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— wow = a w= wv wo 


75 other cars to choose from are p CHEVROLET 
“THE ORIGINAL” a eee eels a 


AUTO DISCOUNT § | MQULRUcUULLe uel 
HOUSE _-) SARA GARY 9 BM. sar. ri 6; crosen sunvay 


ee y 1510 RHODE ISLAND AVE., N.E. 


CO. 5-8214 


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THE ®ASHINGTUN POST ond TIMES HERALD | Dac | | ~ — 
“D 16 Sunday, May’ 18, 1986 . | FOR Case : "Ey: | ADDITIONAL CLASSIFIED ON PAGE 2-6 | 


a — - ” ’ 7 5 a A : bd . ; os 
AUTOMCRTS, shit___97 seen cu ~—«? = | FORD— 8s Fairlane : oe SALE __97 AUTOMOBILES, SALE 9? 
age ' : : ’ wf AN 8725 Piney “. be |SRQUAN OSS RR a0 ee ont 
° Gabe buys ; 1% : _ r. ~ We, tires. beautifn oll = wotte. Black ‘eather: «pees 
3 ———-. 


IT ois Dn , 
ity ue car fr . | ‘ ; “y . | . 
4 geeler: visit cur display Tepulad! After tan ow oy x —— ;, seetentine yg ag et Ail exires, 85200, JU 


re ) Sedan. : nearer 
Chevy Chase Chevrolet ng. whitew res. rie tone College Park. Md. ~ UM. 4-890 WHEE ER. INC. | “S) HILLMAN MINX 
j Tizh_Wisconain Ave, __OL.._$-6100. . : : ‘5 ] FORD “ar RUBE Wats Ton Benak | — 
55 CHEV 94 CHEVROLET |stett re ice’ @ sige) == VICTORIA myDsoN poRNET—i091 «ir. ve. UNITED AUTO. SALES 
. $475 TOTAL | i, $175 TOTAL | ‘52 FORD Sd te cu TUALE™ 


$785 Total REPOSSESSED | Ronn: tities | No,Cath Needed | 2-DOOR SEDAN Wengen eS 


ir : 
/ NO CASH NEEDED — = - he 175 TOTAL / terms, $198 én, 408 ‘OL 
NO CASH NEEDED 4 ao Sha indio,"orit:| “Take over valance ot ow | DI. ORD | taeda. 
Subject to Credit Approval 34 . EV. A. gh Rago FORD steering: heater: 6 tires. "4 sercesta tales iel-owners ON APPROVED ot T 22 F R va wy at srgom. 32) 
equipped. Licht ere x i I mediate delivery arranged for| are enow:. excel. cond , : ! 7: Det ibutors for ; 
See Pie towners, financed af $ 3 75 ota iE peanel. ins i Smonthiy pay” bernaon PO ha wd bent offer CALL ond tare owt, low. Jett ents. $675 otal! BRAND. AN al f Mak rk Vi. S. Jaguar. 
; small down pay- ANDY KELLY "CA | “H AF, | tat, Se sea WAGON oonw 3 1 MOTORS INC. 
to 23501 Columb) neton 


approva! cal) n rV 
ment for other military personne! 
Andy Adams | No cas NEEDED | CALL FOR CREDIT APPROVAL! pe 7.3890 |, NO CASH NEEDED | Ais hastens ddr sedan mba 
, waa to credit approval | and smart convertibles slightly AEEFS SS, Si de t a Pre 


go Be FS oT) femaguclplgicadagacanel My 2 IF ME. 8-2674! BoB WILSON | Sitisce'o credit epproval) sos» 


Fake over hie peat hiv papaens. “ + 
nd Sts Dual purpose. all met or biue!- jo 
eda ~The Bis’ Vot"on the Gs Corner” : s. Stock No 1984} : \ ny improve- “RAISER va (oh “CRE 


BORG " An rac 
aa ‘ i: s = mene = & ' Ofticers : ates ; Dea o- ‘as Z 
ranks. Officers no down pa yaa . ‘55 VIC | payment required. For credit ap- " ustin. Morris . ira 7. ~ Fby lean Finest 
Oo. “— set lman ondition > cach S510 down. 
. M . che. Willys and §28 Derry m 4 . V : M 
- ’ 71 \« ave ne m™. 
3-014) wen & . te “eat 


required. For credit approva] cal) Prova! cal 


| ee ; 
| POW Cetin Victorte mn MANHATTAN AUTO 
saree, | U. 2- 4200 $1175 Total wa i mene |B 2-4200) areas ene 
woe, ery a orn] | BILL ROSS | 1954 CHEV. NO CASH NEEDED 757 FORD eres TAR ea Oa @. 6. ont! BI LL ROSS ) 7TH 4 R TS. ‘ 
wrilien protection with « 7400 Georgia Ave. NW. $295 TOTAL | SUBJECT TO CREDIT JU. 8-000 7400 Georgia Ave. NW Pairfer Branch Lee 
pte, som aint init Ere.sctt| | APPROVAL REPOSSESSED eet Ih tl, 
Take over low monthly payments * 

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Station Waser ell 
4-deer sedan metal: 17.000 miles 


‘SS MG “TF” $1,695 , Nosh ___..$395 


Many extras Rambicr Station Wagen 


Volkswagen ...$575 | ‘50 Stude. __._.$245 
2-deer sedan 


Champien 4-deer 


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PACKARDS 
From “486 te “S50. All bedy 
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1956 AUSTIN HEALEY “100” = Z, vy “3 
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$1,795 gee +g Mercury. Mercomat. Needs horn batten Dane is.” 


1890 model: outstand:- 


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‘52 Hillman .$395 at yoy oe ‘53 CONY. ‘595 | , me SERVICE Ll) Modern Parts Department. 


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S3 Henry J $395 | ‘49 Jeepster _$285 | Over 100 Cars te Cheese From >” 5 . 

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We Finance et Bank Rates | 
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Capital Commerce 


D. C. Banks’ Capital 
Up 16 Pet. in Year 


By Alexander Henderson 
Staff Reporter 


& 


Capital funds of Washington banks increased 16 per cent in 


the 12 months ended April 10, 


1956. 


A number of local banks sold additional capital stock during 


the period, including National 


Security & Trust Co., McLach-?-—— 


Bank of 


len Banking Corp. and Anacos- 


tia National Bank. 


Tota! capital accounts on the 
date amounted to 
$108.629,000, an increase of $15,- 


latest’ call 


224,000 over the comparable 
1955 date. As reported yester- 
day by the Office of the Comp- 
troller of Currency, here are 
comparative figures for the 17 
local banks (in $1000s): 
Apr. 10. Apr. 11. 
1986 1955 
Capital Stock 27,48 
Surplus 
U profite 
ves ‘diene 
The Comptroller's report 
showed total deposits of $1,369,- 
058,000 as of April 10. (An un- 
official survey by this news. 
paper on April 12 showed com- 
bined deposits of $1,367,493,000.) 
Gross loans of the banks 
stood at $599,036,000 on April 
10, the highest level for any call 
date. A year ago, such lans 
amounted to $518,357,000 
Portfolio of Government se- 
curities aggregated $474,837,000 
on April 10, compared with 
$473,518,000 on Dec. 31, 1955, 
and $531,260,000 on April 11, 
1955. 


World Trade Speaker 


Henry W. Balgooyen, execu- 
tive vice president of American 
& Foreign Power Co. Inc., will 
be principal speaker at the 
, W ashit gton 
Board of 
Trade’s annual 
World Trade 
dinner on May 
24 in the May- 
flower Hotel 
Evan H. Baker. 
dinner chair- 
man, pointed 
out that Bal.- 

- Toe Bee7es is an 

authority on in- 
Balgooyen ternational 
economics and commerce and 
has represented this country at 
many international trade and 
commerce conferences. Balgooy- 
en is also a familiar figure in 
the diplomatic corps through 
his association with 11 major 
power companies in Latin 
America. 


Who's News 
Robert S. But’: has been ap- 
pointed chief engineer of Mel- 
par, Inc., Fal] Church electron- 
ics firm which is a subsidiary 
of Westing- 
house Air- 
brake Co. He 
joined the Mel- 
par organiza- 
tion in 1947 as 
a senior engli- 
neer and has 
been active in 
design and de- 
velonment of 
equipment for 
piloted aircraft 
Butts and guided 
missiles ... James R. Tyson, 
treasurer and general manager 
of the J. E. Dyer & Co., Wash- 
ington division of L. H. Parke 
Co.. institutional wholesale 
grocers, yesterday announced 
the merger of the George 5 
Daugherty Co. of Pittsburgh 
into the Parke firm ... Moe 
Lerner, president of Airport 
Transport Operators at Nation- 
al Airport, has been elected 
resident of Airline Ground 

ransportation Association. 


Dry Cleaners Elect 


The Laundry-Dry Cleaning 
Association of the District of 
Columbia at its annual meet- 
ing elected the following offi- 
cers: President, Gordon W. 
Bonnette, Jr., Old Colony Laun- 
dry: Vice President, Leonard 
Viner, Arcade-Snshine Laun- 
dry: Secretary-Treasurer, 
mer H. Balderson; Assistant 
Treasurer, Vergne W. Potter; 
Board Members Reginald H. 
Pledger, Manhattan Co., and 
Walter F. Brauns, Tolman Laun- 


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New Furniture Store 


John M. Udko has been ap- 
pointed general manager of a 
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new furniture store which 
scheduled to open early in June 
in McLecn, Va., on Old Domin 
ion dr. The store, which will 
operate under the name of Fur- 
niture Fair, Inc.. will have more 
than 6000 square feet of selling 
space and a parking area for 50 
cars. Its location was formerly 
occupied by a food supermarket 


Two More Committees 


W. Hiles Pardoe, president 
of the District of 


announced the appointment of 
two more committees to arrange 
for the annual convention. The 
convention will be held June 
6 to 10 at The Homestead, Hot 
Springs, Va. The Committees 
are: 


Transportation 
chairman; Thadde 
m a 


James P. Benfer Jr 
is on. vice ohair- 


onn arris. vice ¢ ’ 
4. Byrne. Roland T. Carr 
Grant and Oliver W. - Younsnblood 


Johnson Is Fete Head 


Milton R. Johnson has been 
appointed genera] chairman for 
| the annual outing of the Dis- 
‘trict of Columbia Savings and 

Loan League. 

More than 275 

members and 

guests afe e€X- 
| pected to at. 
tend the all 
day fete on 
June 4 at the 
Prince Georges 
County Club. 
A golf tourna 
ment will be 
one of the 
highlights. As- 
sisting Johnson in completing 
arrangements are C. Gordon 
Rouse and Charles C. Elderkin 


) Johnson 


Notes 


A doctor of philosophy degree 
in business administration has 
been added to the curriculm of 
The American University. The 
degree requires 72 graduate 
credits with a better than “B,” 
the satisfactory completion of 
comprehensive examinations in 
management, economics and 
three other fields selected by 
‘the candidates ... The Pur. 
chasing Agents Association of 
-Washington at a meeting on 
Tuesday will hear a talle by Dr 
Gordon G. Barnewall, associate 
professor of business adminis- 
tration at George Washington 
University. The group will meet 
in the Broadmoor Hotel 
President Eisenhower's inau- 
gural prayer, top savings bond 
citation, will be awarded to the 
Washingotn office in the Inter- 
national Business Machines 
Corp. Monday in recognition of 
signing up 60 per cent of its 
staff under the payroll savings 
plan. | 
Market Gossip 

Better demand for Greyhound 
stock, based on company’s 
entry into the auto and truck 
renting field ... Rail equip- 
ment makers see banner year 
with backlog of freight cars 
around 132,000 vs. 20,000 a year 
ago Hershey Chocolate 
helped by easing of supply sit- 
vation. Better earnings could 
lift the $2.75 dividend to $3 
level ... United Air Lines net 
this year could rise to around 
$4 vs. $3.53 a share last year. .. 
Buying in Rockwell Spring & 
Axle based on reports it will be 
taken over by Fruehauf Trailer 
..» More than a million tons of 
foreign steel orders are said to 
be begging in this country... 
American Steel Foundries share 
net for year ending Sept. 30 
may reach $7 vs. $3.17 in pre- 
vious year. Increase in $2.40 
annual dividend anticipated. 


Nat. Container, Owens 
Illinois Discuss Plan 


| NEW YORK, May 12 @ 
‘Informal discussions are going 
on between National Con- 
tainer Corp. and Owens Illinois 
Glass Co., looking to the pos- 
sible integration of the two 
companies, Samuel*Kipnis, Na- 
tional Container president said 
today. 

“Any agreement reached will 
be subject to approval by the 
board of directors of both com- 
panies,” Kipnis said, “and 
‘thereafter would be submitted 
‘to thé stockholders for ratifica- 
tion.” 


J. C. Penney Sales Dip 


NEW YORK, (®#—J. C. Penney 
Co., department store chain, re- 
ported its April sales amounted 
to $87,083,048, a drop of 12.9 
per cent from $99,985,338 for 
the same month a year ago. 


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SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1956 


D17 


Washington Success Story 


Marsh, Estate Planner, 


: 


| Investments. Taxes 


| And Herefords 
) 
By S. Oliver Goodman 
Pinancia| Editor 
Col. John DeWitt Marsh of 
the U.S. Air Forces came out 
of World War II with two con- 
victions: 
1. Men need help in planning 
their financial affairs. 
2. There was 2 future for him! 
in that specialized field. | 
In his first postwar year of! 


W il- 
» business, Marsh and seven as-| 
, Sociates 


handied the estate 
planning of some 300 clients. | 

In 1955, Marsh and 14 asso-| 
ciates had built up to 4000) 
clients. 

The average client of J. D.| 
Marsh &* Associates with offices | 
in the Marsh Building at 1832) 
M st. nw., has an estate of 
$100,000 and an income of more | 
than $12,000 a year. Inflation, | 
unprecedented prosperity and 
high taxes have created prob 
lems for these people, Marsh 
points out 

They need help 
ating their objectives, taking 
advantage of tax angles and 
getting the most out of their 
hard-earned wealth for their 
families and themszives. 

In its simplest form, estate 
planning assists a man in sail- 
ing his financial ship through 
all kinds of foreseeable weath- 
er. For example: through nor- 
mal seas (while he's living): 
through storms (if he’s disabled 
or dies); through drydock 
(when he retires). 


; 


in cocrdin- 


Age of Specialists 


Putting one’s financial affairs 
in order is no longer the simple 
task it once was, Marsh points 
out. Highly specialized help is 
needed. A good parallel, Marsh 
smiles, is the family doctor who 
is now reinforced by teams of 
allergists, cardiologists, ophth- 
almologists, X-rayists and other 
specialists, including psychi- 
atrists. 

Few men of means, busy in 
their normal field, can hope to 


‘|keep abreast of the ever-chang- 


ing picture in taxes, invest- 
ments, insurance and other 
economic complexities. They 
must turn to specialists in those 
fields for advice. 

That's where Marsh and his 
associates enter the picture. 
Marsh is general agent for one 
life insurance firm and another 


‘Marsh unit is agent for a sec- 


ond insurance firm. He owns 
a securities brokerage business, 
is a registered investment 
counselor, has a five-man re 
search department, and also is 
the principal owner of newly- 
organized Variable Annuity 
Life Insurance Co. Just to 
make sure he doesn't have any 
idle moments, he raises and is 
an expert on registered Here- 
ford cattle 

The typical Marsh client re- 
ceives a personal brochure that 
contains an inventory of every 
part of his estate, a family 
record, a will prepared by the 
client's attorney, and a state- 
ment of where all valuable 
papers are kept. This summary 
is reviewed at least once every 


Has Multifold 


Expert on Insurance,’ 


Talents 


a ey | 


—Chase Siudio 


JOHN DeWITT MARSH 
. «++ War Steered Him Into Specializing | 


| tal 


two years and necessary re-/methods have 
visions made. tional renown. 
Clients are offered the choice' To supplement the service 
of signing an agreement to use available to his clients, Marsh 
Marsh's facilities exclusively has been instrumental in or- 
when buying securities or in- ganizing four other Washington 
surance or paying a service|\companies. They are: Hufty, 
charge for his estate planning|Eubank & Russell, Inc. to 
service. According to Marsh,|handie property insurance; 
only about 2 per cent of his|' Marsh Pianning & Investment 
clients choose to pay a service|Co., Inc., to handle securities; 
charge for the estate planning. gy qo tye: Service, 
iInc., to handle life insurance 
Entered Air Force land estate planning, and the 
Marsh had been in the life Variable Annuity Life Insur- 
insurance field from 1929 to ance Co. of America, Inc. 
1942 when what looked like’ The latter, known as VALIC, 
disaster intruded on his suc- is Marsh's answer to the infla- 
cessful career. Knowing that tion problem. He believes vari- 
voluntarily or otherwise he able annuities, whose assets 
wouki be called to the colors, are invested in. common stocks 
he entered the United States and other equities, “are the 
Air Forces as a first lieutenant.| best vehicle to offset the eating 
His commanding officer, away of the value of savings 
Lt. Gen. Harold George, looked and retirement benefits.” 
at his background and gave| Marsh is a leader in insur- 
him a special assignment to) ance circles and is a past presi- 
establish a personal affairs|\dent of the D.C. Life Under-| 
program for the Air Transport) writers Association, a past vice | 
Command. president of the National 
“Here I learned some appal-|Association of Life Under-| 
ling facts.” Marsh said. “Thou-|writers, past national chairman 
sattds of young airmen who of the General Agents & Man- 
could handle the most com- agers Association; former mem- 
plicated flying instruments did-'| ber of the Insurance Committee 


attracted fna- 


not have the slightest financial of the U. S. Chamber of Com-| 


knowhow. merce, member of the Ameri- 
“Many had substantial estates,|can Society of Chartered Life 
but in haphazard shape. In| Underwriters, member of the 


case of sudden death which/Million Dollar Round Table.’ 


they faced daily, their loved/and past president of the At- 
ones might suffer destitution lantic Alumni Association of 
for years before the estate |the Life Insurance Agency Man- 
could be straightened out.” ‘agement Association. 
By the end of World War II, 
Colonel March end bis stall Also Raises Cattle 
had succeeded in straightening) With his wife and three chil-' 
out the financial affairs of|dren,-he lives on a ranch-type 
many thousands of airmen. So.farm near Centreville, Va.. 
successful was the personal af- where he specializes on Here- 
fairs program that Marsh was ford cattle. (The livestock busi- 
made chief of the entire proj- ness is “unbelieveably bad,” he 
ect in the Air Forces and the' commented. “Thank goodness 
idea rapidly spread to all! don’t have to depend on it 
branches of the military. ‘for a livelihood.”) 
senna oy BR ae nip Galeth walt anepentie f 
; currently is 
PO agg an yh sm Bed Alr| around 185 pounds. He likes un- 
Marsh & Associates in Novem- usual foods, especially of the 
ber 1945 to specialize in estate | rench, Mexican and Chinese 
variety. But he doesn’t care for 


and financial planning. His 
firm’s successful and unique | Unusual card games—sticks to 


Creole Petroleum 
Profit Jumps | 
To $1.08 a Share 


Creole Petroleum Corp., re- 
ported first quarter earnings 
totaled $83,443,000, or $1.08 per 
share, compared to $75,944,000, 
or 98 cents per share, for the 
same period last year. 

President H. W. Haight told 
the annual stockholders meet- 
ing that “because of the sea- 
sonal nature of our business, it 
would not be proper to assume 
that the first quarter level of 
earnings will be maintained 
throughout the year.” More 
than 95 per cent of Creole stock 
is owned by Standard Oil Co 
(New Jersey) 

Other earnines reports follow (‘for the 
three month rde@ Mareh 31 wuniess 
statec 
Beatrice Foods Ce. 12 months ended 
Ped. 29 

1936 1 
Net Income $6.389.550 $5.553.2)1 
A share ‘ $4 28 

Feed Machinery & Chemical Corp 

Net income $2 916.539. $3 es W 


4 
Ce 
$7.276.000 %$6.185.467 
A share 120 1.02 
International Utilities Cerp. 
| Net income 1.928.773 81.503.58 
A re 73 13 
MeGra 
Net ince 
A share 
Ralsten 


me 


share 
Ingersoll-Ran@ 
et income 


5 

Ce 

$3.200.000 62.223 
1.50 


1 05 
Purina Coe 
$3.352.013 $2.298.74" 


w Electric 
me 


Smith Ceres. 9 ‘menths ended 

$5.013.631 63.779.57" 

A abare 5 01 7 
Dividend Actions 


NEW YORK, May 12 (>— 
INCREASED 


Hawaii Agricul 2 
REGULAR 


Massey i 
td Chas 
fizer. Ch 4 pe 
Pfizer. Ch. 3's p 


| MANAGER 
WANTED 


(Experienced Mutual Fund) 
Salesman 


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for 
INVESTMENT HOUSE 
ARLINGTON TOWERS 


Holdings of E, H 


Bonds Increase 


‘imeeting of 


‘of Cost Accountants. He will 


rummy. 
Born in Atlanta, Ga., on June 


from Devitt Preparatory 
School “Worked my way 


Associated Press 
The Treasury reported yes- 
terday that public holdings of 
its “Series E” and “Series H”| 


failed the Naval Academy en- 
trance examination. 


| 


A gourmet, he has to watch * 


stud poker or gin| 


18, 1907, he came to Washington | 
at an early age and graduated | 


through Devitt as a janitor.” | 
He wanted a naval career, but | 


General Motors calls it the 


the central 330 acres of a 
acre site at Warren, Mich... 
about 18 miles northeast of De- 


ment, styling and a service sec- 


ranging from gatehouses to 
large laboratory, office and shop 
buildings. 

Some 4000 men and women 
work at the center, where the 
emphasis is on advanced engi- 
neering and research. 

Harlow H. Curtice, General 
Motors president, said in an- 
nouncing plans for the two-day 
dedication ceremonies on Tues- 
day and Wednesday that the 


H. J. Riordan 
To Head Lite 


Underwriters 


technical center. It occupies; 


: 
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troit. It includes five central ., 
staff organizations — research, here, 
engineering, process develop-| higher than t 


tion. There are 25 buildings, = 


Howard J. Riordan is the 


uncontested nominee for presi- | 
dent of the D. C. Life Under- 
writers Association. A char- 
tered life un- 

derwriter, he 

is associated 

with Johnson 

& Adams, Inc.., 

general agent 

for Continen- 

Assurance 


Co. 

Riordan has 
been active in 
association af- 
fairs and at 
present is first Riordan 


vice president. His formal 
election is scheduled Thursday 
at a luncheon meeting. 

Plaques will be presented| 
to four members who have re- 
ceived the National Quality 
Award for 10 consecutive 
years. They are: Joseph 5S 
Baldwin, Northwestern Mu- 
tual: George L. Naramore, Mu- 
tual Benefit of N. J.: Paul 
Primm, Mutual Life of N. Y.. 
and Warren Stone. New York 
Life. 

Other uncontested nominees 
for association offices are: First 
vice president, Vernon R. Zim- 
merman, manager of Northern 
Virginia territory of Acacia 
Mutual; second vice president, 
Thomas R. Buchanan of New 
York Life. 

Directors also will be elected 
at the meeting. | 


EOS Op See 
SECURITIES SALESMEN 
Outstanding opportunity exists 
in @ growing investment securi- 
ties firm for experienced sales- 


ciates know of this ad. 
Box M 352 Post-TH 


a7 INVESTMENTS }- 


G. J. Mitchell, Jr., Co. 


1420 New York Ave. N.W. 
RE. 7-148) 


Branch Offices 
Arlington, Va.. Cape May. N. J. 


First Trust 
Money Wanted 


Secured on choice District resi- 
dential properties. Amortized 
monthly payments bearing 5'4 
and 6% interest. Excellent op- 
portunity for private end trust 
funds. Call MR. SINDLER. 


: 


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SINDLER REALTY CO. HO. 2-1257 


savings bonds increased by a 


net of $307 million during the 
first four months of the year. 
In April, sales exceeded re- 
demptions by $11 million. 

The treasury said it sold $1.- 
927 million of the bonds in the 
first four months. This com-| 
pared with redemptions 
amounting to $1,620 million. In 
April, the sales amounted to 


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A VACATION 


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$414 million against redemp- 
tions of $402 million. 
INSTALL G-E AIR CON. 
DITIONING AND WATCH 
HOT - WEATHER BUSI 
NESS PICK UP! 


Accountants to Meet 


Ralph Harris dJr., District 
manager of International Busi- 
ness Machines Corp., will ad- 
dress the Wednesday evening’ 
the Washington 
Chapter, National Association 
talk about electronics in ac- 
counting at the meeting which 
will be in the Occidental Res- 
taurant. 


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Building Association 


ORGANIZED IN 1866 
rly you ecquire 

* 
Liberel dividends credited semi-annually 


201 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. S.E. LI. 3-1647 


900-Acre Site 


' 


o come accelerated progress in 
research, engineering and de- 
ign, with the objective of a 
teadily advancing standard of| 
living and more and better job 
opportunities.” 


GM to Dedicate $100 Million Center | 


DETROIT, May 12 #—One'center was “conceived 
of the world’s greatest indus-|Means of assuring in the years 
trial research centers, costing ‘ 
more than $100 million will be, 
dedicated next week by Gen-'s 
eral Motors Corp. 


clean, functional lines of con- 
temporary architecture. Struc- 
tural steel framing emphasizes 
large class areas for natural 
lighting. : 
In dramatic contrast to the 
neutral ~sides of the buildi 
are end walls of glazed bric 


“There are no ‘todays’ at the 
echnical center,” said Curtice. 
“This is our investment in ‘to-| 
morrows’.” 

The technical center's - land- 
ape has a campus-like atmos- 
the buildings, none 
hree stories, have 


in bright reds, blues, yellows 
and oranges. 

Eleven miles of road circulate, 
through the technical centeft 
area. Tree shaded pedestrian 
walks, as well as underground 
tunnels, connect the major tech- 
nical center groups. 


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A 
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150,000 ‘Shares 


Atlantic County Development 
Corporation 


Common Stock 
(Par Value, 10c Per Share) 


Atlantic County Development Corporation (together 
with its wholly owned subsidiaries) is engaged primarliy 
in the mass construction of single family houses, in 
conventional manner. The Corporation is also engaged 
in the plumbing and heating business and owns and 
operates a building supply yard. 


Its principal offices, plumbing and heating business, 
and building supply yard are located in Brigantine, New 
Jersey. It also has a large number of building lots and 
completed homes in nearby Ocean City and Somers 
Point as well as in Brigantine. 


Offering Price: $2.00 Per Share 


Offering Circular Available from 


C. J. BLIEDUNG 


915 Eye St.. Washington 1, D. C.. NA. 8-7358 


Please send me a copy of the Offering Circular relating 
to Atlantic County Development Corporation. 


NAME 
ADDRESS 


SAVE WITH SAFETY 


independence end security 
ere else accepted ~— 


: 


NEW ISSUE 
300,000 Shares 
AMERICAN HOPPI-COPTERS, INC. 
COMMON STOCK 
Price *1] Per Share 


The Company proposes to engage in the develop- 
ment, manufacture and sale of a small, one-man 
helicopter, known as the Hoppi-Copter. It is pro- 
posed to carry on Engineering and initial produc- 
tion activities in the Washington, D. C., area. 


For a copy of the Offering Circu- 
ler, without obligation to you. call 
ST. 3-0737, or fill out the coupon 
below. 


GREATER CONTINENTAL COMPANY 
927 15th Street, N.W., Washington, D. C. 
STerling 3-0737 


Please send the American Hoppi-Copters, Inc., Offering 
Circular. 


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Creative 
Theory 
Builders 


We are a number of complete business entities, units 
of one corporation, but largely with independent 
responsibilities; well diversified as to product and 
location. We each have a growing need for trained 
personne! of unique characteristics, including 


| @ Experience and traming in research lead- 


7 


ing to the logical building, anal yzing, 
testing and evaluating of formal theories 
within some field of knowledge. 


The creativity of mind which can see essen- 
tial similarities in etructure as between 
apparently dissimilar areas of etudy and 
translate appropriate theory and systems 
concepts from his own field of knowledge 
into @ new one. 


A logical mind, driven by curiosity and in- 
terest, willing to seek for the underlying 
rationality in business activity, and the pos- 
sibility of consistent theories and models of 
the business and from 
which insight and knowledge can be de- 
rived and useful predictiona be made 


tte environmen? 


We would expect such a man to have at least a MA 
degree. about 5 or more years’ experience in his chosen 
profession, including experience as a member of a 
research team, and sufficient empathy with mathematics 
and statistics to understand their use as tools which can 
contribute to the construction, analysis and evaluation 

of logical theories of a business activity. 


We offer a challenging opportunity for creative work on 
the problems of business activity, with opportunities 
for advancement and excellent compensation. 


if you are interested in applying for one of our Openings, 
please send a detailed resume of your training'and 


experience to Box M-379, Post-Times Herald. 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
pis Sunday, May 13, 1956 eee 


Rails Gain, Resist Decline in Stocks 


the New York Stock Exchange this Near 5- Week Low 


> . > 
e 
week totaled 12,855,430 shares; previ- | 
" @us week, 13,184,200; same week last | Is 
NEW YORK, May 12 ‘#®—The stock 


_year, 11,041760. 
" tick “Low 
market retreated this week to around 
the lowest levels of its current five- 
week reaction. 

The drop was the second most se- 

| vere of the year, and it was character- 
ized by great irregularities in prices 
both among major groups and among 
individual issues. 

Since the market touched its record 
high mark April 6, it has been going 
through a reaction whose outstanding 
feature has been indecision. 

So many times in past months, the 

= market has made strong advances 
u%—1%, Which were followed by sharp reac- 
Rats tions that in turn were succeeded by 
4 ?| quick and pronounced recovery. 

At the end of last week the market 

—,"*| On average was very near its previous 

i74~—1%| Tecord high. At the end of this week 

%— ‘| it was very near its low of the reaction 
cycle again. 

+ 3 +%|  #The Associated Press average of 60 
e"> | stocks ended ‘last week at $191.30, only 
m%— % 20 cents under its record high. This 
a md week it closed at $187.90, a net Joss on 
5 +1, the week of $3.40. That put it within 

shouting distance of its reaction low 

of $187.40 attained 3% weeks ago. 
Strongest stocks of the week were 


OR NOTE 
Wages in steel, hard 
plants nearly triple 9. 


}Average Hourly Earnings 


4000 Hien Low Last Che 
$a) 4% 
S 2% 2% 


income and long-term 

frowth possibilities from 

the List of Legal Investments for Trust Funds in the 
District of Columbia 


Prospectus may be obtained from your dealer or the undersigned 


1... JOHNSTON, LEMON & CO. __ 
Member Philadelpbie-Baltimore Stock Exchange 


SOUTHERN BUILDING 115 NO. ST. ASAPH 
WASHINGTON 5, BD. C. ALEXANDRIA, VA. 


Trees send Thee ettaetion prespestins co WASHINGTON MUTUAL 


=f," 


| Workers In 
Durable Good 
Plants 


the railroads. They broke through on 
Wednesday to a new record high as | 
measured by the rail component of “#% 
the Associated Press average of 60 
stocks. The rail average hit $155.10, 

_ Surpassing the old 1929 peak of $153.90. 

_ Favorable rail action was out- 
weighed by weakness in automobiles. 

_ They have been under selling pressure 
for some time as sales and production 
of 1956 models skidded. Production 
last week was at a low of the year, and 
it went down still more this week. 

On Thursday General Motors an- 
nounced a cut of a full working day. 
The market swiftly sold off in the 
second biggest drop of the year. 

Monday's market was lower despite 
strong oils, and it was lower again 

_ Tuesday despite ‘strength in the rail- 
roads. On Wednesday it managed to 
advance slightly, the one favorable 
day of the week. 104% ay Ea pra st 

Friday's market opened lower, and '* Sen te 0 
it looked for a few minutes as though a rh : ™ 
the selling might be continued. How- | 1% 2% 
ever, it soon spent itself, and the mar- | =" ™™ 
ket began to improve. That trend | im 
continued to near the close. when 
there was a slight retreat from the 
best. The market on average held 
unchanged at the finish. 


Sales 
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Coal Trade 
Lays Stress 
‘On Economy 


PITTSBURGH, May 12 *# — 
107%) 101% : 
1 ww nH The coal industry which only a 
in mn decade ago saw its major mar- 
: kets slipping away today is busy 
showing new customers the 
economy of its product. One of 
these is aluminum making com- 
panies 
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AS ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE 
ARTHUR M. KRENSKY & CO., INC, 
MEMBERS 


NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE 
AND OTHER PRINCIPAL EXCHANGES 


821 FIFTEENTH ST. N.W. 
REPUBLIC 7-0707 
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would have been seeking water 

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Chemical Corp., Aluminum Co 

America and Kaiser Alu- 

é‘ ; 1° * minum Corp. 
ty Bi, ; Arthur F. Johnson, mining 
\e . engineer for Olin Mathieson, 
recently told a coalmen’s meet- 
ing 
“The cost-conscious alumi- 
num industry is returning to 
* coal because equipment now is 
available to insure top efficien 
*cy and keep coal competitive 
with other fuels.’ 
The first aluminum ever 
melted commercially in_ the 
United States used coal to gen- 
erate electricity. That was 
Lees & Sens % in Pittsburgh in 1888. 
theses & S pf 3.85 \ few years later hydro-elec 
tric power lured the plant, the 
first of the Aluminum Co. of 
America. to Niagara where the 
famous falls were being har- 
nessed 

In the between the 
1890's and present, the 
aluminum in North America has 


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NEW ISSUE 


NORTH AMERICAN CONTRACTING CORP. 


(a Maryland Cerperation) 
NOW ENGAGED IN CONSTRUCTION OF BRIDGES, ROADS, 
UTILITIES and GENERAL SUBDIVISION IMPROVEMENTS 


Equipment yard—0480 New Fort Road 
Prince Georges Co.. Maryland 


Offering 285,000 Shares 
(Non-assessable common stock—per value $616 per share) 


OFFERING PRICE $1 PER SHARE 


-—— Offering Circular may be obtained from-—— 


THE MATTHEW COMPANY 
UNDERWRITER 
1526 Connecticut Ave. N.W. 
Washington 6, D. C. 
CO. 5-4992 Co. 5-2060 
Please send me, without obligation, offering circular on 
North American Contracting Corporation 


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steck ond bend avereges for the week ended May 1! 
Change 


Aévonces 
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Industrials 
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Lehbmen 1.050 
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and from 
center 


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mat because cheap 
power in the enormous quanti- 
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- aluminum industry a half cen- 
tury to return to coal because 
“it' has taken all that time for. 
research and development on 7 
» coal utilization to produce low 
cost electric energy in large 
quantities and at a price: low 
enough to compete with hydro- 
electric power plants.” 
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A MUST for Investors—compiled by the New York’ 
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D. C. Securities 


The following table gives 
: saa clesime prices for the year te date of 
» the Washington Steck (Exchange OGraech of 
+, the Pbiladelphia-Baltimere Stock Exchange 
. ND 


MAM We J2e 
Matched & F i's 
Machtad & F of 6 
Mack Trk Piet 


the figh. low 


PUBLIC UTILITIES 
. High Lew Closing 
Geetwe Gas Lt tot S's 1981 168 |. i). 
Wash Gas Lt Geni S's 1968 168 163 
STOCK 


Mandel Bres PUBLIC UTILITIES 


Mask Shirt Poxd 


Our Registered RepreSentatives are always avail- 
able for free consultation regarding any security 
or for planning a complete investment, monthly 
income, monthly purchase or retirement program. 


Open Evenings Until 9 P.M.—Saturday: Until 2 P.M. 


Pow 3.60% ofa 8 
it com 
Lt $4.25 pte 


Marsh Field 2s 
pte 


Marsh F et 4% 
Martie, GL 400 
5 “ Ges , 24 : 
4 aA ‘i . Me : S% i Me Magenite 1.20n0 ‘ “ 100 
Siu— % 108% 187% ' he $414 
Bb 485 


6 0127 
COMPANIES 
60 50 


Ave 
Avce 
12% 


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FIRE INSURANCE 
27% . 


National 3 
TITLE INSURANCE 


‘ Celumbia 
Real Estate 


Jones, Kreecer « Hewrr 


ESTABLISHED 1936 


Members N.Y. Stock Exchange and Other Leading Exchanges 
WASHINGTON, D. C. ALEXANDRIA, VA. 
Cafritea Bids.. 1675 Eve M&. Washington ond Frince 50. 

. 7-5700 Ki. 8-5700 


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| <mppaieall from Page Dis ——— > a Oil Industr Here It Is, Mister! 
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— ‘| ww fie 4 5 T binnboension, Steel File 
My pe ive Zito % ests New Cabinets Reconditioned Like 
: * % —'y New. Original Cost. $68.00. 
— 49%4— Va 76 RW be * 
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me a a ae ma ge ES oS ge rage | $00 1Dvawer Stel Files. wit 
| 1% ie? ae 144 St Be Seti Roller Bearings. 
mm oe 63 Md ba] Am 1 0%, 1% | | 
an we os +4 im Wt Ne iss a % ig: ” 1 “| HOUSTON, Tex., May 12 ip. $9.95 EACH 
. 8 i tie neta’ wm rs +'% 1 ter tes he gts gt Be ts Bae Much of the Nation’s vital/ 3 
mt ih ie mre ure" | hy Ee re oY er i's ww oe ft," petroleum supply may be stored | 1000 Sood Files, Wood & Steel, 
od n 2% G+) | The 55% —™% Bi.) Stee! Fe. mM we ™ underground in the event of se. 
; whe Sones: ‘ ’ -"e ‘Mie re wat 18% us oy aad v iy 10% os .,.| another war ft meeatate to Grter $7.00 per Drawer 
— : 7 : **e-s Quiesr Service 
pint JE Lk oe, ae ane 25%— Te Unit ” “4 134+ by 
a. © 2" 3 inh im i ta, 126 gay f + * tite Soni Se ‘we = £ +%| Oil companies are experi. Free Delivery & Parking 
iw BY BY ow oo Solin! om ioe a ng ot = Sf Me fix’) Menting with salt domes and | HARCO EQUIPMENT Corp. 
im , . Ma e— Tip 20S 181 58M So ite) 1% Sty da Fi 70% 4— % Us Walp SM 1 6 4+ beds. abandoned mines, exca-'f 203 SHERMAN AVE. WLW. NO. 7.1919 MANHATTA NOFFICE EQUIP. CO. 
" a Le tt ™ +1) a% I Srané te in, Ae+1"4 2 te ? + We iy | 639 New York Ave. N.W. 
s %— % 3% ‘ 0% se -—% HN oe Ora pt = 2 aT 7 -% 1 tdew Uf of 8 se thm Wi m%—1, Vated chambers, natural cav. 
bed Ag a 54% bi “@ i% ag sr'e— Te, 12% 10% Std Coll py 1 11% 19%— ', 25% Ueiv Pict ts ; 7 KH “lerns and quarries as possible Reemeditiend <RS at 
ie ot 7% We-1h 1% “et 18 37% Bit ae sige ght Se Ste So 11% 10% iy 1 7 ‘Un Pic of 4% a8 188 op 7m Was & q "= a 
¥. “ 7. a —1% ‘oe z ; 1. i, ae + % a ”~ ton eae met ‘sre ‘srt, 0 5% 4 Vk PL of . 1‘ Gh ay y storage areas. A number of 
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2 85%) 1+ ae . | LO0 181% 181% 19% + 18a) DM aT St ON Oh te tg s—T') 55%) 30%e Venad Cp ie 12 irs sie + aaa be sound financial investments. 
RRA megs foe hy ae, Be By ee ae Tm y's meee” fe Het S| fee ge fet Semis Safe Go tows! Heating oil is being stored n 
~*~ : 4) 0% 1% eo % J 3% tea 1 “ 1% 16% vs 17% 15% Stee Wor ' 17) = 15% 16% 4 3) 29% Viet Ch We 1, a Ws te e+ an abandoned slate quarry near 
“ ¢ e VIO 7%) 86% E741 Te tI wf «4. 2 114% 119% 119%41m 8% 49% Starrett, L$ tie ow ya a+ % wy OVveim w 5 %) 8%— y 
Shee Pee eee wT Rede oe ee Pe ferhe fm gS ie Ra EPS nH By ae Steal windeay, Pe. ‘The uncanny 
i ae nf —i%) M4 66% tPuptien te pt am oe mm =e) om 0 Stent reg 2488 7 515 foie seinen] ‘sot Me Va heh io Mae i ‘ey te) Fel installation represented an 
4 ww i ‘wu “.. 17% 12% Pes 86 PAL Ste 23% +,"?| 27% 29% Stevens, iP aus 7a a a%— My) 118 ee iy 119% 113% outlay Of less than 50 cents 
a oie im se Se 4% 61% a tne T1te+2 39%) 39% Stew War ds 144 37% 37e— % 103 cane vey at pt ane 28 8% Bn) 
1% Wieg Str ite " 2% 7% % 1% TTA Pere GH tee ss 3% “u- 4 By Stoke Von C if oe ie pa J % % @ 6 — «a barrel. 
$, iit Roses Ch 1 ons @ 4% OY ita+ — a2 19% Stoke ¥ C pf 7 ;2 2 1% 31 ym 82 3% tim a A West Texas salt cavern 
ee ee es 1% 31% Geek Gots 1.08 3% 32%) B4— %) is 31%) Sone 6 W tbe 57 2 re Mh) 37 dene ow on I+ 
foe Fale Mort & west pr i ee M4) + Ya] 25% 270 Storer Bre 140 Bi 2m IK 23%) 16% Voless © 1.205 2 & W* 2+ % Project, in operation since 1951. 
85", Ne Am dy te 1 8% 8% 8 Ay % 3%) Gesk St ON? " 12% 32% 32%— W) ty 8 Stes Pace 2971 . 2 + © tales pr tes Sh “+! |Ras stored propane with a re. 
1% 16% Meee Jee ay 21% 21%) —t- | 1% 13% See Chee 2te 3 4% 16% 14m4 ‘a ~7~ ired i t t of ly 20 
“ timer Centrale 82 ert ete ib Bea te mM Sh 6 oy—%) ® 70% Sen Oi) thad an 7 Of um OS 7 Wee OR of ty Of 9% Ty 4 TU avestment of only 
™ O tere Ges 2.2 1 «m4 +. 7% % eH 6 OM + ay 32 «Sunbeam 120s S 2% 1% 1-14) 4% 19% Welder? Sys 1 HW M4 M% wy y Cents a barrel. Steel tanks 
‘ts Tees hee naett ee Se ae tie We% 198 41% Se Bie Rayhest fhe on 22% Seeray 1.29 18 17%) BY Why) BD fore wane 1.000 2d 2 a Sim 31%— % normal! used for propane stor. 
oo 70%) Wer Peep MOF 68) Gem Reyonier 1.48 ey fee 376 3%~ Wa! Sem 6% Senrey pa 1% ' ms By i % " % es 8% Gy 1) y wraps 
S 42% Mer Pec oi sie ne a Te 10%) 15% Raythess jig 73 17% 16% 16%— ty) 99 1% Suarey ? pf 3 65 $ ) 0 6 — O17 19Re Walwerte 4 Ty wt ies We | 28 cost $20 or more per barrel 
1 6=—- 10% er Ste Pe a «1% 1 eS 7% 31% te 2 i 3% Wy 4+ Wf 89%) Sunsh Bis 4 6 7% 11% Trp41y! 17% 15% Ward Bok ty 7 0% 6% i594 Of volume. 
6 8 8S Pw wt i ig 2% 7% tue MG Oe ip? 5‘ «a 2 Ye) 10% 84 Sensh Me 6s “  % I % 8 Wehe sWard Bk oot 8 1.10 182 Wie 12 +4) Th Interstate Oi] C 
187% ay mot at 8B" BY oats 4% 10% Real Vet 1 37% 37% 37% (1228 968 Sep Oil Cal de ‘30 17 105 1005 <3) | 16% Wark tee | 8 18% 17% tm, a © interstate ommact 
103 Pwowe 8 +i MD Ml Reed & Bn ig 4 B. ii) Me— Me) Sey 24 Suserier bu ie 182 FS tl 12 1 Wardell an iis 1% 1144 4|Commission has released a 
wis 3 NS Pe 'y ‘Ss An es +1 1 13 Reeves Gr + 7% 1% 19%— ro 52% 4 Soether Pap tnd s4.6UmhUs | 2%) 18% Wore 6 12) 4 oh Dy 27's ~ ‘| progress report on underground 
Ne ee mi mu mt | 1 TM Res or pt +5 %&% te Se) 48% 465% Swit 8 oe 6% 4% y~1y o% 40% Were Lam te Ue 8 My4Ty 
86% tas oe 3m 6 le Gy | lie Relish St Me 1%) 8 1 om ap tire? 67 55% Sq Sa + %) 23% Warres fey 8 4% 2% ay—, Projects and Prospects in 43) 
1% 16% Mest — 8 Hh Wy 1e%— % 2% 18%) Rolin MY 120 Le. ee ay 2 | OF Give tSyty EF ot 4 20 8 8 68F oof Ky 55% Warree Pet 2 ;1? 68 6 a States The Department of the 
2, 26%, wet Air pf 1 15 HY Me By yu Me ot poe Se a Le «8 My & 2 te Sym Geo & M2 12 11% 11% a4) 9M 578 wasn as 2 1 37% 37% 37% | Interi i | 
o Mia niaw tn i S =1% % 3 Rep ar i nies WY) 3 Werk Wat PF ioe 2% we iy) Mterior, in conjunction with 
—e— os 7% Repub Piet vot “o % Mh ¢6 | 2%) 19% Talcott 1.25 1S 1% 19%) t9y~ 05) 32 2505 Waekeshe “ie 2 jeu w%—%/the Department of Defense} 
Dette HS Ree Ske S's kee SES Pee oe tae fs ie Scho the commission to direct 
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ve» Yen ton “a em els Pe kee ott Me aH am aaa oe Tene tp 7 Sw toe ject] me ne ip Ae 2 he ‘iy “Sty 1 the study after the National, This utility study, the most thorouc! 
res 182 Oh fe ot tae 1.39 200% 169% 18644 i 18% ote es oj YS uwtt + 4) 198% 115% Texas 1.600 3 18 6198 13) —Tial 49% 3805 Wess Ons 1 Si) @ « i; | Petroleum Council issued al : , | 
te, ee ee oe ee CE Se ee i He Won ngs ft gl Be Be Gud technical ne een issued a evelable, ie @ valuable. tol fe 
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wie 3s Ole GEE te ti) Sone srt ees fe seone sane Me Tee 0 2.3ms es sre sete sett M% 33% Tex 6 Sei? mW se Susnt] ae nee Ky Col) = te Some ae ‘ieee National defense and do.| mutational end individual investors... 
le We ORle CEE pf cp lee 18 1G ty NENG HIG Pay Tee ” ry | 100 16) 101% PV+ a) 14 1185 Tee es © 1% 1% 17-28 2505 w Pees 18 Om iy %—% mestic demand for petroleum | 
7% 73% Okie © Gas 1.48 7 4 Met ty HS Bt Rey Toe pf | SOs G9 Bete) | TK 298 Tes ine 1.12 Sm @ Be init 'W Pee P of a) 3.18 119 wh? + ry 
i's 51% Ole Mate 2 24 57% SS Set ty JT He Rheem be em 1 3 i Wty 37% Tex P C0 tad 22 41% 3 4) 49m) 188 ite 1 Pen P ot 84.20 28 ig; ia; 10) ithe oil compact report said, {| 
61% Oe mM ot am 5128 118% we | 2 Me Rhine Pap ite i's 8 8 — ai my fer Pil te ‘4 me gy tal 185 7 Whee Pt Cate te 7 necessitate expanded storage 
‘wre te oer %, rom aM "1 Hi - . une ws enna eu .j “ . Pit - mtn ws Se tee ous s ie 0 ries "we at el 7 ° west As t ‘” 7 ‘m~ WS 189%+ Ye facilities For your free “Power & Light Study,” phone or mail coup- 
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"9 Otis fle 2 % 4%) 4% iy ~ 55%) re ae a 8%) 5% Susy 79% 29% Textres t60 7 27% mF ~~ 7 2 Mote S$ 18 ot 7 he ~ “Until recently, most storage a ’ 
fo a fet Nl ie By iv» so aoe me i. Re roe = s *. Fons me ” im fone i c. re mi me 4 pf oe men oa A $5343 4 of petroleum and its products FERRIS & COMPANY 
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'T «8% Overicnd 77 —% § Pict 7 % %&% 52% 48 = fTheteh pf 240 25 68 e+ % 6 West Pec 3 pal ' has been in Steel tanks at the 
4?) = BY Owens tm 1 i Va - + tear ” o> RRO Thest ve ‘oe Hm mw % 1%) The Fair dts e2 ae We 11%_— Pod 22%) 18% West Us Tei “e 36 7% we a surface, but now it is increas. 523 Washington Bidg 
a" ite Senne ee a we ne sri a eye 4 25% 25%+ Ms he ists Tore * tte a we } orl ts Hy Wests ls ye a irae 32% 33\9—1% ingly underground because of 
1% 3 Oxters “a ms 6% him Bt Reb fal of + 72% 32%— ‘eo my 4% Thome Pe tak so i oe . Oe wentg fw itm 7 s7% 4 ey. the lower cost and greater 
"te OT Oot Pep tS nt 250 te gran Geet ws + a tn — 8 as a 1%, 2° [Tew Ck 19 i 3, 2 + | SM - ‘23, wtf 8 M1 | safety.” the report said. “Under-' [Sth and New York Ave. ST. 3.5924 s 
0 38) Robe BHT nt 8 te ome in + Hwee by * 5 Wirt po ~ 4 Sround storage is also essential e i ~ 
Ms ree Pee ta ne ; me ise + pet. a | ‘3 oe es a . ts Tima ‘7 * n a irs i ‘. oe 20 oe te " re jane ee. to national defense. as it affords | Pleese send me without ebligetion, your “Power & Light ‘Study. 
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7% 27% Pec ' MEM Mm kf 1% 12 Sense Ses 3% Wh Mh ty 4% Tree Co 1 a White a. ar greater Protection from de. | 
6% Pos Fig a 524 Wy By " "> 3% Retery £15 te | 9% Wwe Wu—1y a 21% Tree w i 13 we 04 oats “1% tte wen on im oe ee . rt hee structive forces in Umes of | Neme ... ususeecuesesesesstesescesecces ail ’ 
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“ 4 Pas ' Ho 8. M2) Revel Meh The oa ha ” wts 0 2% Tri Cont tte 1% 17% 27% 27~ 4) OF 30% Wilsex oi an oe et J PTH-5-13 
4) «(132% Pac TAT } Seo 1) 1 | iy 11% Reppert 1 0s nm? i 53%4 59% Tri Cont pf 279 ‘ts seh 57% SNe+ ty 1S 17% Wilson & Ce 18 Hh 1 Te =. -——— LS ee Se ee a 
or aller Re Rae 0 ee, —$- ee aa ~ al J SER I * tet ~ inal tase Maryland Tobacco | 
fe te 2 7 8% 6% Om s 3% hy 28 6 Bw Sh 57%— % 6) 57% Tress T of te ‘es 3% Su—~% 1% 4% Wiltee jee toe 4 17% 17% tims Me 4 
, TI Wh Pee aw ie = 8 6% 'e— S 1984 112 Sate nM 4 85 1S 12 3%—-2 6% Mh Teme Sel 1 20x¢ “ 3% 3%) 2 ~%) Iu 22% Wine Dixie 77 x¢ 7 7% 2% 2y— % UPPER MAR O. Md. May 12 up» 
7 1% Peek CPL 3 7 8% M+ 9% 8 ‘Sele St ot 4 tee 4 HG Bu & 82% S24 Tung Soi pf 2.5 7, 6S) = Fm tty! 3G 1%) Wise f) Pw tte 26 i + & (U A'—Southern Maryland tedacco| 
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36% 38% Pens Dix ‘ip 87 0% 3 dim Sy See, $48 208 8 Oy s— yt tele fem eae mm “eR Y Tie, . a a $:537-313 pounds “were voit tors o4e31 RATE OF EARNINGS ON His INVESTMENT! 
1% 15) Pees Tex 1.49 O22 17% 15% 17+I% i Be Soon da 1 30% 3% 39% an oe ee 58 9) 8 SB Ty BI STi By 4-3 i, rae Found gine tae! the crop 
i tae Pewsey ie five ip ag ft M iSemr ot 3.08 ag etek th iu toe iGitm mM, BY NS ne et Se at ee 1% BW %|the previous ‘year’ *204000 ahead ot foe pe individual seeking to be “on his 
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2% 4% Ps Petit 28 Bs % @ —% ry 1% Seagrave 1.29 1? 29% — ‘* 52% 48% Ue Pac pf 2 "v's am & | paten Of Watling toe shares or sates in tett foutfiy $2 to 87. De nd was depressed mine thee tined business. “Your own initiative eal’ gm 
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> Serve! _ 1 —_ extra Cividends are « ! e v v t Seasonal, substantial business thet 
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8 14?) =Peepies Gas 6 «153 ms +8 |) a 1% ot te i ee ee ae : BN4— te) ee Seclance See MB le 1008 pies ‘mma Matt Sih ngas! receipts of ih m were fe. od can’ 2004 or . proof of this ix 
SS Peoria af te 3 stat S7\4—4%% 11%) 8 Shatinck 4g 8 1%) 1 1% 7% 22% Unit O66 C ta J 23% 25\4 25%e— Gy ¢—Seciared or se fer this year. ¢— 2 stech| combines’ *7OUNd 727.2 unds. This the more than 2 O00 users that we have served and are. 
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$4 wih 1.800 z 52% 51% Set te 8TH Shell On 2 m om) 6 6 +2. 62 th ue ton da , 5 St ST = Up Sistribetion dete. s~Paid last year. b—Geciereg  o. peid|  Auction-b:a averages thousands that are being added annually 
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Te 8 Bommer'e’ ime ee 1% Signete $ave St UE el a a St amy oe the per ee ‘omit Goterey ews, | eneative Wal raden' Sere as’ toliges: A business that is highly endorsed by, 
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494 37% Priner t.400 2 0% 4 ty Ma oe ce re Hr gon Sat 8,F 00 185 H5te t6 18 + ty) Setion” tote a mestiog. +—Dectoreg “7hneee banks, trade associations, and government agencies, 2 busi- 
7 = Ae Pier gt « 4.99 163 (100% 102 —~ wy Ty Shum Simteds $ 100 8613 Ty 2 2 SS 65!) «(Ueit Fron 3 303 S2\4 5) SiMe Ty paid ie tgee plus stock Gividens + ia stock Qrade U8 ending previdus ness that knows ne ers of depression; 2 business with « 
7% 547s Phelps © 2.050 en a 50s Sincioiy 3 xg mS + %—% 33 2% oe te i% 8 0% My Goring 1956, Cas® valine ay ee, tien Grade week simple direct operation——_-with no overhead, no warehousi 
“0% 37% Phila ti 1.80 7 3 63% HO Sat Sholy ou ia So 8 65% G52—2%4 37) 355 Ue Bee ie 2 13 37a 3) 37%+ t) distribetion ‘date t—Liewidating dividers Heavy Crop: ’ "9- 
ire ek OY ey dea tS sal imte Ae tie) om oe Sets Serena 7% 6 Unit ing Cp cea gt = pti Called. 1é—tr divigens vanes siwetion. w—|Doed cherrr-red RIP 970.00 0: on ne traveling, ne credit or labor problems; + business that 
112% 107%) PR ET ot cae 1.58 110% 108%) 118% 4 7hy spd ser Cer 1 oS Ms Bu—1y 1%) 18% Unit Mam ta 731 18% 17%) 17%e—~ dy oe reghts. cw —Withest werrests. ww—wits werrents we Fair cherry-req - 6700 100 Sives yop the solid security of an excellent imcome year 
es 6183) (Ph OE) oof 430 18 109% 106%6 Tee Wy Sy Bey Or 1.28 Mm 2% Me tm pa % Us Ph C Mis 1 ie 255 2a ty Whee distribates. wi Whes isseed. a¢—Wext day delivery. |Tou .xberry-read Bap 6785 $1.00 after year ' 
REPRE Uhh a ORRass eR Rs B ee ae a a te MP hie 1G 7% 
? ' * §2% re . ‘: | Act, oF secerities assumed by such ) | You will receive the full benefits of our 
i WS 21% M1 MM Me 2M 8s Soler Aire 9 19% 18% S901 ‘ ¥ mM ; proven field 
77% oe | her oe ? ) ~~ 32 _ ' - % > 7% US Freight é 7 a Companies. | Pate cherry red eS) $1 09 Tig training ram. We'll keep you lied with le-stim« 
<<. a “J EBE ebgrre-tee tin $220 - $ 99 w mail plans, and s continual inter- 
| . Chicago Grai | * 600) et in r ration. Your earni i 
; ain Thin Cres: your ope earnings begin immed. ately. 
Over-the-Counter | Mutual F und Prices ence Ht tring ram, tan |B ree COR Tene, sy timing mechbettonhan nage Stig? et fed Youre 
bet pleatitet, drewgnt ' Low cherry-red Cs 7) etree! 
The following prices Second National Bank 144 |, MEW YORK. May 12 Um —cut Asse. levestmest Co de 08 11.62 | grain prices on the pond ton ae has, Leow red CSR $0.00 — 406) ness . 
Wesbington the Nationa! Assecia- Security 6 Securities Dealers. jac.) FF errr: 18.75 11.75 Tee meet Seconds: If h the of 
ation of Securities Dealers. ate tended Shirlington Trust Ce 7 & we, Sete! tetectes met 22.91 22.91 y eaable weehnets war in new Lent Sherry-req  xep gz ig _ 2 00 ~~ ee aperk ship and/or executive 
“3 = approximate range ‘@ Seuthers 11 Ce ee OP kk ‘1s on Keystone Cost 8 + 6.39 2754 crop cere, tet there ase wes os easy tone LOW cherry-rea SSP 4200 — 5 00 ability, an mvestment of $7,500 te $12,000 working capital 
which securities cowld have bees State Leos & Finsece ClA com § i a) She 1% 49 a fest 8 1 27.7 ™ SOW Crepe beat, sats sng rye New crap <O¥ Ted SR 3100 — § 60 will place you in fe own outright 2 prime ly 
 S0ld at the time of compiistion on May 11. State Looe B Frame a = Sar perstowe Cust 8 2 zat 27.78 1? | Nondeseript: desi rane ; pis ” 
Tews £ isos 1'y OG UR OD ik. ccecece 5 6H ae — : : peesec a 4 soyeeees wound up with Witle price Change Best crude ae enn rable franc se in c P listed 
Bie Asheg W2tBnaton Besebet Clue ‘ 135 , Assoc F4 Trost 7 a sot . 4 oa aa a. ne some exceptions te the male ~ PLEASE CONSIDER THIS CAREFULLY BEFORE APPLYING 
Federal Sterege 3/67 ” weehingies yp hd Atom Dev Wut 14.58 15.93 Keystone Cost x Tan 1226 tieenced by the coon “ond tel « Baltimore Markets This is ne gimmick or operation, but a dignified busi- 
Coveramest [mp Corp 440/63 179 American Marietta Ce i sory Ate Meughtes 4 5.12 6.66 Seystowe Cost § 3 17.34 18.91 sins Se 1d May sats BALTIMORE ' . ness on We want only ated individuals 
Lincole Service §¥2/$) a Americas Marietta ¢ Sf) 58%) Axe Meushton 8 6.05 gag (*78tere Cust $ 2 ate eet | | Whest closed the enes ™ lower te 2% Catt compared “fas: *%,_(f'—(USDA) whe can and are willing to devote time te the success 
—— ant =e” 5 6 ite oe & SA + 2 a rrr 401 4.90 Keystone tot 3 on i to % higher tp puts 19 lower steady: “Bavet! tock cattle peneralie of this franchise. If you feel you qualify, write us 
South Oxyges Ce cv deb 6/68 ets 2 ae a ior Bil H ioe Sise Ridge Met 13.32 14.49 Feystone Fa Cas 1.13 12.04 wnchonged te 31, begter ond lard 58 te 7 Pew hith-choice and prime a; 19 4 Stating your background, give phone number and 4 Personal 
State Lean & Fimsece 5/60 ” festrel Maine” 3% 3% (Sestes Fens 16.08 s.75 “#Rerbecker = Fe O51 1.16 | costs & bunéred : v, May $13.18. Gontknter steers 23.006 24 bo wlk pre. interview our home office (expenses paid by us) will be 
State Leas & Finance cy deb S88 115% 2h fester “Oa 1% 13% lexington Tr Fg snsvailabie =» Ranve of prices ter the week 306 Ib. steehe tg wed 8d choice iS.) 
Washington Avditeriom 6/44 stpd 5 eet Gorton i ao ™ my a ~v Loomis Say Mut S68 45.68 © WHEAT ered sales “meet “choice byt ine, eet arranged. , 
STOCKS vider pT 25° e ‘ Fé Gen ing May 1! May4 Odd prime sieer 22.2562 odd bk rrr es, Ng 
American Fire tasereace a. | een yt. co 185 Cases Ges Fé 12.78 13.99 Manna, . 4 E 4 .L aes . : tes Close Cite com freial and low -@0 ‘ i) Pi7'bo. Choice Territories Mill Available In: , 
merican Mercery t Wevatr ' " ts rust 5.45 38.32 ; ‘ a a 21.25 Ost - an A. 26 : . : . ‘ * . ' 
ra letieew Gen -— isiter' Steet ‘comnes MM 2 ag t35 ‘ <) Mass Inv Granta 0) Thee +d oa + A fl 2 8 fp "heifers 16 $0436 of utiity eed _ Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, California, . 
Baek of Anaandaie m Stee! a 2% Contery Shrs Tr 26.34 265;/ Mass Lite Fe 08 2.8) 2154 26 Se 21i% canners down ‘i940 13-50: odd” nen florida, also a few choice areas available | 
Sank of Silver Sprieg n 3? «60 OF Gass Fiters rh 23 | Chemica! fa 17.77 19.21 Metion-w Sec 1986 20 Mor o tet He +e 2.14% commercial "traf, a OO A few sales of || B 
Boek of Virginia 2 1) Litho fa, Ameriee 7 ae csienial Fa 21.47 2031 Nath Nevestors 0.17 teas . MMe 219% | oiearen ciel, Stade 1030 uf ints com | ox M-345, Post-Times Herald 
Capital od Sales . | Comws aves i! ' ‘ . co *Tcial cows e164 : ; 
Control iets! Telepnece ~ W | New +>— Gas & Electric ie 18%% Cons terest Tr “ors 275 ' ~ ser ferent aa rat bs “Sere 7} on a load hots t 14500 15-00 load fontine CC0000200 
Citizvees Bask of Mary'end n Pacific & light mm i te Vegh Met Fe 5587 S848 HW See Ser Steca Sa? 6668 Sep 1 su 1s a yt sSae 15.00; canners and CUSSSGS GROUT | eeenmensienemeseneeee Se : — se 
City Sent Pisseer Neteral Gas z oA Oe © Fund 1144 1258 W Sec Ser Growth $42 1a Sep 198% 151 ta ’ yt ae 13 ~.. Pe , Commercial ra — 
Chave . 11%) Public Service New Hampshire ’ “2 Diwers Grte Sth 12.73 13.95 Phila Fund 19.18 26.98 Dee 144% 138% 13 ot utility and commet.s.}' ia eae most — 
ees . Se ise aon gr, rst $e TE Pet te ait desk 4M an ane tar Pr indr adie Reine, sb 10 
‘clenbis 22 28 Suburbae Prenaee Gas 18% 19% Fs 75 95; ,ieneer FF ae 182) oats and choice docba7™ reeks. sales Sore 
G ~~ Tr 2% ; Price, TR Grows 1.98 32.22 May hi ™ ey 65% and calves 20.06 steers 
Commeonweaits 30% «= 32% «Teme Gos Tressmission 3? fot & Hew Bal 22.58 24.14 Puritee =F 6a O38 ity ae 68° 67% | f00d “malar py SALE medium and ' 
fetes fie ieee” \feat Gaiguamone™ BS Rit Bf ih Ef Pome vee | ep mY SR ame |18Tb: Be Cominect hy dhe at Teab 
. Dec ” vy " 12% iv@s—compared ast week Mostly 
Consslidetes Title Ce commes a Texas Neterel Gas 0 Fidelity Fung 15.38 16.61 Scudder et 8 Gh 176 308 RYE Steady Mi h-choice snd prime vealers DO you KNOW A 
SCatinentel Enterprises | A. A, ae 1% 10% poms ied Fe ‘ Ty pe “= a ‘an May rae LM 127 tame | and on se 8 21 60628 bb"? 1088 g004 | 
Sst tenet Seems wi vt” dened nn BN 108 | Peecemtael if te oh tat Steet" a aa FMB ME MA DE Mi MS FY a | 
— #% ‘ |6as lndest Fe 4.36 15.68 Telew Elect Fe mn on ' dium ‘and’ 378, Ew op one 
Sauiet aes et oom a ™ creme Se cup rte 39 102 Tern Pash ne an sovscang  ' 78 41% 1.30 1.35 calien. 14.00 81996 9 waded SALES MANAGER 
4 " a Ace ° ompar last k: ' 
ya, we Chicago Livestock greme Sa ally ttm i 1258 van Coat F S ie ane iy iam han ae Sib (its enoush "oe seads, Tee ts "hiaher 
Fimance §% cy —U[ YS i l— . , ome ™ 
fee Services Fiaceee Commos : + 4 PNG ia wd Rbseipes 208.» total end ze an tele Se an ae ar ~ fe a EO wee | tae 2am Hin tome Pour day's sales eerieon mis “—. ‘apable of filling a Bi Position in 
fed Services Finance commen 2000 ‘estims om 4 as m = Ws cee 283% 256% 261% 2 68% ‘© 2 erade. 180-230 ib barrens ’ 
scene Godt ce wana “(trons ad Bie SBcTShughers cy Sremp See est Cs tare a) oe oobi ss Beto Pee | = America’s fastest-growing new industries? 
eat Mationst Bosh Ariagten Yo. 8 19 ber Bi The, Benes, moor ao, ‘T° gta Somes, “Tne, 2 62 vo sue 3% 2 498 fy Mi et tam jee |ie'tS gugieDln seatee”™ Re 120-140) 
2 ash ty . : . 0-189 tne PMOL ‘ | : 
Serreet Engl saree fe | ee mined Me and No 2 246°b08"Tos | ca nen AE i Beige a ~ a Ma Hee Maer feat tale ene, toe Os i ciety] “SE NEED THE NAMES OF 7 SUCH MEN 
ae ) BR oY un No) 180-300 ib butchers 15.500 6.10.) ‘ ’ . Nev “475 «(13S 0 «1487 ‘éo0 inns fie ibe. 11.95: sok. 
rittith Consumers Corp pid rt of Las cA] pared 4 00> total —— — inis Advertising Agency has among its clients meier Americas 
“y- Seneenere Corp comnes + a, eerste 3 $0. higher: eifers 35 | compenies selling in repid-growth markets, where demend for 
andes elit ak clesoe ‘ay after losing eenit te | top-notch Seles Managers exceeds the . 
foo | — oy RPE . 2 i ~~ Hy ‘4 ‘a eneraity ~ _ Ke j These compenies heve asked us te comb the country fer the 
iacola Service 1s pte e, mM be MB mostiy steady load «high prime 12302 Menegers they need. 
lomnes wy BL Units e in steers 27 but pext a atest price 0 - THE NEEDLE IN THE HAYSTACK : ft J 
Manetacterers oe on ¥ 00s 24 G0 agumerous yioads high H N Y DEW Nore is what we ere looking for; : 
Masetecterers Credit choice and mixed choice an Prime steers . 
Trams & Storage com 5 under 1400 ibs 21 25423 00- bulk chotee | _w , : £ ond APPLY ONLY Ww 
Merehnts Tram 4 Htrae a a ee ind eet! mane | FOOD STORES INC j, But we did find a company ... in our opinion “one you haves | 
etre inc ae #280 19 30. bulk food “send, Stades ° in a million” .. . that wil} appeal alike to the investor © A solid and svccesstul record of meneging MEN, : 
—® — Ane "9 i* we 850° swe loads mostly prime ) in the Direct te Consumer Field. " 
ations! Metrepelitan Bank o $f. yt Baan “iets pS = Honey Dew Food Stores. Inc. is engaged in operating a | and the speculator. . 
Nations! Press Building com a mixed choice £4. Prime feiters 20.7 chain of super markets selling and distributing food and Tt ia | © Herd-hitting personel sales ability, preterably « 
oie best S98 dom pr pid es " seed tc tat, “held Yaar’, {9 66. anit, | food products of every kind and description. The f 1, I has positive iron ore =6©3, It has agreements for rong Wouse te House background, 
a Cols x“ ised 6 } ‘and commercial cows i 254 4.00 can- present business of the corporation is conducted among reserves of over 17,000, " the sale of 6,000,000 tons ; 
Pepsi Cote Dottting Woskeyiae me te Se or A pre Ds ete Fy vd three (3) permanent units in Bergen County in the State tf 000 tons. of iron ore up until 1961 © MNAity te reervit, train end Mold supervise in : 
peseene) -~y A - & i, L. WR ese Py A of New Jersey and one “ammer unit in Landing, New Direct te Home selling. 
ae ——— ara ae ios Tales _ 4 Jersey. . . A - 2. It employs over 2,800 4. IT PAYS DIVIDENDS. ; : . — recerd ef good ($10,000 end ). i 
a — The corporation is offering people. | cernings vp 
; naowe Knew of enyene with these qualifications, whe needs « _ 
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International 200,000 Shares of Common Stock AND IT IS CURRENTLY SELLING | Sor me ne inte ©8 Wpper income job, please eck hin 4. s | 
. Price: $1.50 per share | mat this In, for what may be © ence-in-o-titetime eppertenity 
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Oil & Metals Corporation Copy of the Offering Circular may be obtained from: | NO oo T PLEASE, even ah pds «are te knew the ~ 
You owe get the report on this end reter them te clients ter | 
, ; company. ff) oor 
A diversifeid natural resources company BROWN, BART ON & ENGEL Mail us the coupon below. There is no obligation. ie it 
of ensider In eoteine why 24 COMMERCE STREET, FED. TRUST BLDG. 1 ADVERTISING AGENCY xX » 
we consi nternational an . Ew Ew Tt " 
MARKET 4.3655 INVESTMENT SECURITIES [| — ienee 20, ttincis 
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Copies on Request by forwarding the detachable form below: ITE 444, WASHINGTON BUILDING | Coatiomens 7 
ili lieale ome -_ a 15th and New York Avenue N.W., Washington 5, D. c. if od that Inaisicn ants, "2 get ln touch with me. th ls ender. 
Please send me a copy of the Offering Circular relating MEtropolitan 8. — wee seniors coatidonen, 
SEABOARD SECURITIES CORPORATION to Honey Dew Food Stores, Inc. © ee Se ee es ee eee ea eee : | enciose « —— very pd sales menagement pe | 
Brokers-Dealers-Underwriters Name: Lee | SPO OOOS? USPS UD adandeens news nioos a 
1119 Tower Building - 1401 K Street N.W. | Address: it 7 Tee OO Ott ORDO RG Mi habneks ocediénes Pett "4 DR Fo Sasienie ope casi dacs seb Gicee sk, | ss > 
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Ist Official Primary Returns ARS TS ERE! | 


from the District's May 1 prim-| Stevenson organization, I-inde-|face type. Precinct by precinct 
ee city-wide election in pandents. ’ returns are not yet available. ee eee rd 15,242 . eles ata Low Price! 


82 ye | Symbols beside Republican Pauline E. Shackleton (CS) ROEBUCK AND CO 
gymbols beside Democratic candidates mean: C-Indorsed by| Democratic Returns 16,634 | 


candidates mean: K- Indorsed by District State Committee; L- National Committeeman Venice T. Spraggs (CS) 15,073 


Kefauver organization; S-In- Indorsed by George P. Lamb, ‘J. C, Turner (CS) 16,138 ye 4 

dorsed by Stevenson organiza- anti-organization candidate; C- .|F. Joseph Donohue (BK) 9405 =i. a B Van pr (CS) 

tion; C-Indorsed by District State Committee candidates in-|Melvin D. Hildreth (CS) 14,393 15,592. : \ 

Central Committee; CS-Indor-'dorsed by Lamb. Delegates to National § Gienn EF. Watts (CS) 15,125 | A IR 


. PE wg =~ a Robert Lee Wearring (CS) 


CONDITIONER 


argaret Just Butcher (5) _ George L. P. Weaver a) 5753: 


" 17,306 Whee e 

‘Renah F. Camalier (K) 7414 A. L. ler (CS) 15,187 
‘Cc B. Chamber! (1) 1285 Edward Williams (CS) 15,202 
coeaee 0, Chae S 14.989. | Smallwood E. Williams (C) 


r M. Chase (S) 


7524 
awe 1956 Esther ‘Lipsen primera Patricia Inez Willis (1) 3159 


: > 
Edmonia W. Davidson (K) 6110 raumen Net wr ond 16,939} 
F. Joseph Donohue (K) 8837 Yes, 16,320 No, 3061 : 


Tilford E. Dudley (1) 2756 2—Home Rule 


Mrs. Todd Duncan (S) 15,276 ds cn ae 
$$$ $ William F. Fadler Jr. (K) 5866 Yes tha sc tan) ae 
THE John J. Gunther (I) 5527 Neen (“Katie”) Louchheim  be- ea 
YOU SoUNT Milton S. Kronheim (K) 7066 : om oO 


| 
Belford V. Lawson (S) 15.598 came national committeewom-| 


‘an, with 17,086; and Tilford E.| 
Herbert P. Leeman (S) 14,662 | nudiey, alternate national com- 


AIR CONDITIONER Mary MeAulay @) 1146. |'™itteeman, with 17,973, COLDSPOT ...in the hot summer days ahead! 


‘Robert R. Nathan (1) 2899 . 
Frank D. Reeves (K) 7027 Republican Returns ete w & fer Ore 


fits any William A. Roberts (K) 5921 National Committeeman i © Cools, Filters and Circulates! 
Bauline E. Shackleton (S) 15,245 Clyde D. Garrett (C) 13,599 ce Pe ea = 
NO More Arthur Clarendon Smith (K) George P. Lamb (L) R114 SOLD OMLY bY Poca eee ee ee Ne oe - < . Sealed Compressor has 5-Year Guarantce! 
6134) Delegates to National SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. | = SS eae é . 
Inside or Outside Walter N. Tobriner (S) 14 238) Convention sel _ ee Ss ® 16,500 BTU Cooling Capacity! 
J. C. Turner (S) 13,553 (Six Elected) a ; 
JUST . Gerhard P. Van Arkel (S) 13,162 Lewis T. Breuninger (C*) 17,536 


16% in. a! ‘sn George L. P. Weaver (1) 3737 Ruth M. Brown (C) 14,464 | oe, = —— =, | i 
THIN | A. L. Wheeler (S) 13,250 Thurman L. Dodson (L) 8658) 4am - —>— ; —— oe Rl t. 
: Estelle M. Whiting (K) 6254 (George L. Hart Jr. (C) 14,102 Rage - —; = — a. 

y Edward Williams (S) 13,581 (Henry Lincoln Johnson (L) 7691| Hae . ———} | 

hie 7 ‘Smallwood E. Williams (K) 8713 George P. Lamb (L) 8378 : — = | ae eee J 


Charlies F. Wilson (S) 15,006 Harry E. Polk (C) 13,178" 
Alternate National Committee. Samuel Spencer (C*) 18.101 ; _ ! 
| woman Mrs. Emory A. Wheeler (C) | ty rE nae : Spee | 

Pauline E. Shackleton (CS) | 13,347 3 Pent ii | eee hate , $10 Down 


15,915 Members, State Committee : See c ss 
Alternate Delegates to (Twenty-five Elected) | Se ae . ; Large cooling 
National Convention Mrs. Montgomery Blair (C*) : makes if a po or Mees *s See ee 


(Twelve Elected) 18 
R. Jane Tomlin (K) 6790 Kathryn E. Bowers (C) 14,178 windows, does not interfere with draperies. Sealed 


‘George J. Boden (S) 16,117 (Edward Burling Jr. (C*) 17,063 : etrigerati 

‘Norman S. Bowles Jr. (K) 7306 James A. Cobb (C*) 18,084 oe I : | | f . ation unit requires no lubrication. Prepare 

meten G. Boyle (S) 14,798 Norris A. Dodson Sr. (C*) 17,080| Bae —T eee now for comfortable indoor hours this summer. 

‘Bernard C. Chapman (K) 6790 Thurman L. Dodson (L) 8999) . an a saving habit 

Joseph B. Danzansky (S) 14,966 Robert V. Fleming (C*) 18,553) , ; i ie we: ; ame Fe ™ end Seors for of 

Alice A. Dunnigan (K) 6873 (Maurice Friedman (C*) 16,353| Sane ; ar See BE your summer needs . . . you can’t lose! 

Ernest T. Eiland (K) 6268 ‘Philip A. Guarino (C*) 15 778| © ge ae 8 & 

Charles E. Ford (S) 15,772 George L. Hart Jr. (C) 14,775 vt 

Woolsey W. Hall (S) 15,104 ‘Henry Lincoln Johnson (L) 7682) Bs cB 

*Alexander B. Hawes (S) 14,105 Katharine McCook Knox (C) een 

Sylvia F. Hechinger (K) 6930 14, 

Betty F. Hodges (K) 9044 Adelbert W. Lee (C) 13,100 

‘Herbert J. Jacobi (S) 14,056 Mrs. William P. MacCracken 

Laurence A. Kna (S) 14.164 Jr. (C*) 17,039 

Laura Magnuson (S) 13.774 Mrs. W. Beverly Mason Jr. (C) 

. C, Herbert Marshall (S) 15,390 13,751. 

Vs Less Space Plus Vietor Perlmutter (K) 6259 |Robert E. McLaughlin (C*) | 

More Cool \Julius W. Robertson (K) 6471 17, * — : 

the Greatest Power fae at less cat ave O. Steimer (K) 5927 Clifford a. Newell (C) 12,992 ; . _ on Sears Kenmore, 
ANY WINDOW, UPPER OR LOWER SASH dames A. Washington (S) 14.817 Robert B. Pearson (C*) 17,507 | : 99% D cir Homart, Silvertone 

~ CASEMENT WINDOWS Robert Wearring (S) 14,220 | Corina S. Rogers (C*) 16,206 | COOL AIR provides —FILTERED air hos repr ipeagen lg sash Guaranteed and Coldspot appli 

David J. Weltman (K) 6696 (Mrs. Jack Rogers (C*) 15,857) droft-free comfort on hot, of dust, dirt and ollergy- adds to room comfort, ances come in 
THIS AIR CONDITIONER does not project into} % 'atty S. Wender (K) 6416 Carl L. Shipley (C) 13,818 humid deys poliens removed mokes life worth living Your assurance of call LA. 6-9520 


Ww ’ . (C*) f 
reom—curtains or venetian blinds not hindered— | arren Woods (K) 7013 Grahame T. Smallwood ot satisfaction 


| Members, Central Committee | Prices Do Not Include D.C. or Md. Sales Taz 
nor does it project outside of building as an eye-| > | OM sty-six Elected) John Lewis Smith Jr. (C) 13,493) Ot) Biedeasicun 00.08. 0 .....: ieee 99008 


sore or Ist Floor obstruction. A Micajah T. Walker (C) 14,083 « AA accor ott ay ene vo AF 
, Flolen G. Borie () 17887, lames C. Wilkes (©) 13.25 | CSadlifaclion, guanantbed ov your monty back SEND sece'winen tint, srtoares. 
SUBSTANTIAL TRADE-INS Culver B. Chamberiain (CS) ee € . 14.250) 8455 Colesville Rd., Silver Spring. .... .JUniper 9-9010 


16,391 , 
or ALLOWANCES OFFERED Esther Lipsen Coopersmith ( (C) Mrs. Howard A. (Marie T.) and order The Wash- 


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Take advantage TODAY of this Tremendous § | Lh pea figpreelene rn. ell ington Post and Times Herald guaranteed home delivery. 


} Special offer on the New G.E. Thinline! Sen- \Geseue Do Vienna ch) saa anne votes. 
sational Low Prices on the Newest, Greatest ) |Tilford E. Dudiey (CS) 11522 sp eae eee eee eee eee “See RE BRB EERE BREBBREBEBEREBREBBRERE BRE RE RE REA QE F 


~ : ‘Mrs, Todd Duncan (CS) 17.842 
Air Conditioner Ever Designed. Beat the heat, § Wm, 71a Duncan (05). 


in advance! ‘Woolsey W. Hall (CS) 16.827 
Bruce R. Harrison (I) 1155 


Elisabeth A. Hawes (CS) z= | wd 

David L. Kreeger (CS) 15.536 9 

Herbert P. Leeman (CS) 16,672) 0 

David Lynn Jr. (1) 4090 “fl é 4 © 
‘Robert Mars (CS) 15.610 r) 


Joseph Benedict Musumeci (1) 

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°o . Nathan (1) 
ST. 3-3244 Porter G. Neal (1) 3293 


George B. Parks (CS) 16,846 


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the thermosta om bo Loving. Smar t Shoppers Patronize Washington $ Most firms are ... any firm can be . .. members of Wash- 
° ington’s Downtown Park & Shop. 295 of them now offer 
- you free parking at 112 downtown parking locations, 
Downtown Park & Shop Firms who offer This means that now with ample parking on practically 
every block it’s easy and pleasant to shop downtown and 
enjoy the greater selections, the special values and the 


you Free Parking Anywhere” Downtown _ ter services—at no cost to you! Ask for a free parking 


guide which lists all of the parking locations and firms. 


. 
Here’s how it works: 
1. Drive into any of 112 downtown parking locations that 
display the red, white and blue Downtown Park and Shop 


insignia—you can always park close to your favorite 
downtown stores. 


. The attendant will hand you his regular .parking ticket 
wo and you leave your car under careful protection. Now P k 
, clr conditi ale date registers, + Ry? you shop at leisure, and enjoy all the benefits of Down- ar 


town Washington. 


grills, filter and thermostat. Nothing extra te buy, | ‘ Free! 
. You identify the 225 Downtown Park and Shop firms AND 
> by the circular red, white and blue insignia displayed on Where You : 
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the store doors, windows and newspaper ads. 
See This 


. In each place you make a purchase’, ask the clerk to plaee_ Si 
OW airlines ade a stamp on your parking ticket. The first and each addi- ” 


CONVENIENT TERMS ARRANGED tional stamp gives you one hour of free parking. Remain 


; downtown all day if you like. 
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< . Now you have enjoyed “one-stop shopping.” Pick up 
: your car, hand the attendant the stamped ticket and 
og mC. ride away without parking cost or trouble—convinced 
a that it is now easier, more pleasant and economical to sol then nat Wen is a member of Downtown 
101-103 FRANKLIN ST. ALEXANDRIA, VA. : shop in downtown Washington than anywhere else! my hey are identified by the above 
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Safety Parley to Meet Here 


The yearly President's Con-jpart in three clinics. The 
on Occupational Safety ference will last three days. 
will bring nearly 3000 conferees: A conference announcement open the sessions on Monday 
. to Washington Monday to take (heories developed at four pre al a speech in Constitution 
| the = = and take theories developed at four pre- Hall at noon. James P. Mitchell, 
Sas ‘Secretary of Labor, who is the 
conference general chairman, 

DONT WAIT ei tatetinn hm 
“i] a heat wave gets you 

see us now 


vious conferences into practice. 


Speakers that afternoon in- 
etude Undersecretary of Com- 


Mode! $66 


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@ Minimum noise or vibration. 

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culture Secretary Ezra Taft! 
Benson, Washington State Gov. 
ernor Arthur B. Langlie and'<s 
Atomic Energy Commission 
Chairman Lewis L. Strauss. 
On Tuesday, the clinics will) 
discuss with experts the ques) 
tion of how safety is fostered) 
on the farm, among public eni- 
ployes and by the states. ) 
On Wednesday, community 
approaches to job safety wiil| 
be discussed. Then a report on) 
the conclusions of the confer-| 
ence will be drawn up by Sec-' 
retary Mitchell for presenta- 
tion to President Eisenhower. 


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merce Walter Williams, Agri-| 


|sonally deliver a request for 


\Superintendent Hobart 
‘Corning on Monday. 


ad last week. 


\nuel dinner yesterday at the 
Sheraton-Carlton Hotel. 


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grills, filter and thermostat. Nething extra te buy, 


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to discuss the 
cas* at the Poy 
Williams said he would per-|. 


|Hager’s appearance to School 


Williams was critical of a 
statement Hager made opposing 
‘punishing students in- 
‘volved. He criticized the “phil- 
osophical generalities” in the 
stat nt. 

The disclosure that about 10; 
\out of 48 senior students cheat- | 
recently on ar “honor sys 

examination was made 
On Thursday, the) 
‘Board of Education Personne! 
\Committee ordered Corning to| 
‘make an investigation of the 


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Spanish War Vets Reminisce 


Spanish-American War veterans light up and reminisce at 
the 58th reunion of survivers of Co.