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White House 
Opposed to 
Retirement 


Bill Costs 


Senate Is Expected 
To Cut $466 Million 


Measure and Get 
Final Vote Today 


By Jerry Kluttz 
Stat Reporter 
The Johnston Retirement 
bill ran into determined op- 
position from the Adminis- 


tration on the Senate floor! 


yesterday and a final vote 
on it was delayed. 

Amendments will be offered 
to sharply reduce the estimated 
$466 million annual “level cost” 
of the major Federal employe 
reform. 

Sen, Olin D. Jonnston (D- 


S. C.), the bill’s author, and 


other supporters of his bill ap- 


pear confident that the Senate 
will approve the measure with- 
out important changes. They 
hope to get a final vote on it 
today. 

The Administration opposes 
the bill because of its addi- 
tional cost to the Government 
and also because it fails to co- 
Ordinate the Civil Service Re- 
tirement system with Social 
Security. Nevertheless, it ap- 
peared for a time that Admin- 
istration supporters in the Sen- 
ate would not wage an all-out 
fight against the measure. 

However, Senate Majority 
Leader William Knowland of 
California announced early 
yesterday after a legislative 
conference at the White House 
that the Johnston bill was “un- 
acceptable” and that the Ad- 


ministration would attempt to) 


make “major changes” in it 
in the Senate and to continue 
the fight on it in the House. 
Knowland said the Adminis- 
tration would attempt to hold 
down the over-all cost of the 
measure to about $245 million 
& year, or roughly half of the 
estimated cost of the Johnston 
bill. Later, strategy to oppose 
the measure was outlined at a 
Senate-GOP policy luncheon. 
The Federal employes would 


Pawnbroker Sold ’Em 


‘Dolly’ Keleher Loses 


Gems 


Senate Votes Foreign Aid 
Approval of Request Cut 
..Farm Bill ($1.1 Billion 


House Expected Wilson Deplores 
To Act Today; Action by House 
Compromise Plan Group; President 


Keeps Soil Bank Is Disturbed 


Associated Press By Marguerite Higgins 

The Senate late yester- N. ¥. Herald Tribune News Service 
day passed the second-round; The House Foreign Affairs 
farm bill by voice vote and Committee yesterday slashed 
‘sent it to the House, which $1 billion in military aid and 
is expected to act on it to- $100 million in economic aid 
day from -President Eisenhow- 

The big bill, on which Senate- er’s $4.9 billion foreign as- 
House ae as ne parse agree’ sistance program which he| 
caine ae is talten Oden ween has described as “vital to na-) 
‘soil bank plan asked by Presi-| tional security.” | 
dent Eirenhower. | The White House was re-| 
| Jt omits most of the rigid|ported very disturbed by the| 


| Anna T. (Dolly) Keleher was* 
‘turned down yesterday in her 
effort to collect $100,000 as balm 
for a pair of bracelets sold at 
auction by a Silver Spring 
| pawnbroker. 

The divorced wife of John B.| #4 

(Blackjack) Keleher wept on! & 
the stand in Prince Georges! ; 
Circuit Court as she related! 
/how broker Maurice Weinberg, | 
8235 Georgia ave., refused to. 
|“bear with me” when she failed 
ito repay her loan on gems she 
| valued at $40,000. | 
| Weinberg claimed he made) 
‘no agreement with Mrs. Kele- 
her and said she had failed to 
pay on her note for “month 
after month after month” until 
he finally sold the bracelets. 

When the jewels were sold) 
in 1950, he added, they netted) 
him only $12,850. 

During the four-hour trial 
before Circuit Judge John Ray-' 
mond Fletcher, Mrs. Keleher| 


Suit Over Lost 


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~ Senators 
Move Into 
Wrangle 
At Defense 


Legislation to Fix 
Roles of Services 
Indicated: Wilson 


Says Ike’s Unhappy 


| By John G. Norris 

| The Senate Air Power 
Investigating Subcommittee 
moved into the Pentagon in- 
ter-service squabble yester- 
day, bent on settling the 
basic differences underlying 
the dispute. 

This action looking toward 
possible legislative changes in 


the roles and missions of the 
armed forces came as Presi- 


produced eight pawn tickets in-| 
dicating that Weinberg had| 
loaned har $12,450 on the brace- 
lets and $4600 on a ring and 
silverware, Weinberg said she'| 
still owes the $4600 plus $4475 
interest on it. 


DOLLY KELEHER 
». + Sues to recover jewels 


| 
phone to interest people in buy-| 


'price-supporting provisions to action, A typical Administra- 
which the Administration vio- “on response came from Secre- 
ently objected and which tary of Defense Charles Wilson, 
lc.used Mr. Eisenhower to veto| Who said that “to cut military 


By Prank Hoy. Staff! Photographer 


Turning Over an Old Leaf 


the ffrst bill April 16. 


The Senate acted on the con- 
ference bill with less than an 


aid to our allies by one-third 
would be just as disastrous as 
to cut a third of our funds for 


Carolyn Bartlett, an illustrator for the Geological Survey, 
shows the two sides of an ailanthus leaf which is believed 


jterday by Montgomery County 


= me Glamonds. hours debat our own defense.” He made the | 
the items in 1947 and 1948 while| During the trial Judge Fletch. 20Urs Gcbate. \statement after testifying be-| 
involved in litigation. At that €™ commented that he could; Chairman Allen J. Ellender fore the Senate Foreign Rela-| 
time she was involved in law-|"0t accept Mrs. Keleher’s valu- (D-La.) o: the Agriculture Com-| tign Committee. | 
suits with her husband. a for- ation on the diamonds. At the mittee won unanimous consent! farlier, before hearing of the’ 
mer big-time Washington gam-|trial’s end he declared: “Not/for the Senate to take uo the 'sjash Secretary of State John’ 
bler. Weinberg’s pawn shop was >Y the wildest stretch of the measure. ‘Foster Dulles said the Admin- 
then located at 3225 Rhode Is-|!Magination can this court be-| Ellender radiated confidence istration would make a néw 
land ave. lieve that any contract that'that the bill would be accepted| effort to obtain approval of its 

She claimed Weinberg had| Would indefinitely postpone re-|phy Mr. Eisenhower. |plan for making long-term for-| 
not permitted her to “show” the| demption of the security. Was; acreg ig anything in the new eign aid commitments when) 
jewels for sale, but Weinberg 8'Ve" - - - Ibill might invite a veto, Elien-| this feature of the program, al-| 
claimed she made several un-| Mrs. Keleher, who is in her\der exclaimed: “No, great God, | ready rejected by the House) 
successful attempts by tele-i50s, now lives in Miami. no!” |Committee, comes before the 


Another member of the Com-} 


rete, Rep. ted: e® “|S. C) of the House Commit. 
oA tee said the cuts had nothing 
It’s not what anybody wants, | to do with recent Soviet smiles 
therefore it must be a pretty! but primarily reflected the fact 
good bili. 4.2 that there remained huge un- 
Its major provision.-is the’! spent military and economic aid 
soil bank program to give farm-|funds left over from previous 
ers up to $1.2 billion a year in appropriations. These amount 
Government benefits for with-' to $5.2 billion in military aid 
drawing land from production | and $1.8 billion in economic aid. 
of crops already in surplus. Chairman Richards said the) 
Eliender said the biggest|Committee which voted the cut 
By Harrison Hagemeyer trade in the conference was the Dy @ count of 18 to 11 was mo- 
Staff Revorter Senate’s agreement to drop its| tivated by a of slow) 

A record $45.7 million budget ;$1.2 million be sliced from the|Provision chat the soil benk Progress in ‘“serman rearma- 

, : * ae meed not be put in operation|ment, French apathy in de-| 

to be financed without a tax in-| Board of Education’s request) vis year in return for House ac-|fense,” as well as “French di- 


ew »s-|for $17.8 million for operating + 
Ssoene “wig SEUTEREES yee moll nn for 1956-57. Mie alan, ceptance of generally lower version of NATO forces” to 


Mrs. Keleher said she pawned 


nate. 
Chairman James P. Richards 


Record Budget Proposed 
For Montgomery County 


(Related Story on Page 21) 


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price supports for feed grains.| French North Africa to fight 


to be 45 million years old. The fossilized remains of the 
leaf were found in the Bear Paw Mountain region of Mon- 
tana by Roland W. Brown, a Geological Survey scientist. 


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dent Eisenhower was reported 
“a bit unhappy” over the row. 

Defense Secretary Charles 
E. Wilson told reporters of the 
President's attitude after a 
White House visit. He also 
warned that any further pub- 
lic quarreling would bring an 
official crackdown. 

Just the day before, Wilson 


—|attempted to clamp the lid on 


further inter-service dissension 


On Red Army Cut |by an extraordinary news con- 


Dulles Shows Irritation 
At Stassen’s Optimism 


By Chalmers M. Robérts 


Stef! Reporter 


iference in which the Pentagun 
high command gave'a demon- 
Stration of unity by disavowing 
|partisan documents “leaked’ 
|by subordinates. 

| The Defense chief seemed to 
_be trying to head off a threat. 
‘ened congressional investiga- 
tion. But yesterday, Chairman 
|Dennis Chavez (D-N. Mex.) of 
| the Senate Military Appropria- 


Secretary of State John: 
Foster Dulles yesterday showed 
irritation at Harold E. Stassen’s 
more optimistic view on Mos- 
cow's announced plan to trim 
its armed forces by 1.2 million 
men, 

Newsmen left Dulles’ press 
conference somewhat mystified 
as to the Secretary’s attitude. 
But it appeared later on that 
his difference with Stassen—| 
the first important one to come 
to light in more than three 
years of their close relation- 
ship—sprang from different 


‘Uons Subcommittee announ 
more emphasis on modern’ he wil] summon the “high vem 
weapons and less on manpower. of a1) three seeviees in hae 4 
He added that the Russians may 4.4 them why og = e an 
have intended “to set in motion bicharta oo . ey are 
a movement toward reduction . ns: ; ‘ 
of armaments in the Western) ©@irman Stuart Symington 
countries.” (D-Mo.).of a special Senate 
Dulles went out of his way to Armed Services Subcommittee 
say three times yesterday that ‘®V@SsUgating the status of 
Soviet Communist Party boss|\ American air power went 
Nikita Khrushchev had not told further."He called a news con- 
Stassen at their April 24 Lon-/|ference—his first since the air 
don meeting the Russians would power hearings began—and 
cut their forces. Dulles said he said the Subcommittee “is 
had phoned Stassen in St. Paul going to find it necessary to 
Monday to check that again and make recommendations with 
Stassen told him “their conclu-' respect to the roles and mis- 


Manager Melvin L. Reese. 


| The budget, to finance coun- 
ty operations and provide capi-, 
tal improvements during the) 
year starting July 1, came 
under fire immediately from 
‘school officials who said educa-| 
tion fund cuts made by Reese 
would “cripple” the school 
isystem. 
| The Reese budget, while! 
totaling $3.1 million more than) 


cut $3.1 million from the school 
board’s proposed $11.2 million 
school construction budget. 
School cuts recommended 
last year by Reese were fought 
strenuously by parents and 
educators. The cuts were later 
restored by the County Coun- 
cil—but at the cost of a W-cent 
increase in the tax rate. 
_ The reduction recommended 
this year by Reese in the schuol 
operating budget request is 


As for the soil bank, the’the Arab nationalists. 
|House had voted to require Sec-/ The motion for the $1-billion 
retary of 
|Benson to start it 
‘year; the Senate : 
that he should do so to the ex- lican, 
tent practicable. 
| Although the 


operating this a Republican, Rep. James G. 
had said only Fulton (Pa.). 
Rep. John M. Vorys 
lan--a maximum of $500 million but 
guage, accepted by the con-|quickly lost out. In fact, the 
fereees, directs Benson to start|Committee, which acted in 
the program this year, it is not) closed session, was at one point 
expected to get into full swing|on the verge of voting ‘a mili- 
because muchitary cut of $1.2 billion, its 


House 


Agriculture Ezra T.)cut in military aid came from) 
Another Repub-| 


'(Ohio), tried to hold the cut to: 


ways of looking at the Russian 


move. 

Dulles is known to have been 
alarmed that the Soviet man- 
power cut might undermine the 
position of West German Chan- 
cellor Konrad Adenauer, trying 
to win parliamentary approval 
of measures to build the new 
German forces. Dulles ap- 


parently felt he could not take 


an optimistic view of the So-| 
viet move without making more | 


sions were from deductions and 
not disclosures.” 

Dulles only repeated the de- 
ductions, not disclosures, point 
when asked how that squared 
with Khrushchev’s statement in 
Moscow last Friday that he had 
told Stassen “all about it in 
London.” Stassen told news- 
men last week the first word of 
the “possibility” of a Soviet cut 
had come in his talk with 
Khrushchev. 

Inquiries elsewhere showed 


sions of the services.” 

This would open for publie 
debate the underlying differ- 
ences between the _ services, 
These include: an Air Force- 
Navy dispute over strategie 
bombing of enemy territory, 
and division of funds for the 
purpose between land - based 
bombers and big aircraft car- 
riers; an Army-Air Force 
quarre! over which service shall 
operate guided missiles both in 


. ’ the current budget, calls for no| , . | 
be expected to contriWfte $90 . largely contained in the Until next year, difficult Adenauer’s task of ob-| 


million a year to the bill’s cost 
under either the Johnston or 
Republican plans by raising 
their retirement deductions 
from 6 to 7 per cent of basic 
salaries as of next Jan, 1. 

But if the proposed new 
benefits in the Johnston bill 
are cut back materially, em- 
ploye leaders are ready to with- 
draw their support of the bill. 
particularly if the 7 per cent 
employe contribution plan re- 
mains unchanged. The bill will 
be dead for this year if the em- 
ployes refuse to support it. 

Besides Knowland, Sens 
Frank Carlson (R-Kams.) and 
John Williams (D-Del.) are ex- 
pected to offer amendments to 
reduce both cost and employe 

See DIARY, Page 17, Col. 1 


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. | bringing it to 11 cents. 


change in the present $2.03) 
basic tax rate. It provides $30.7 
million for operations and $15 
million for new construction. 
The county manager's recom- 
mendations included: 
®A cut of $4.3 million in the 
Board of Education’s request 
for $29.1 million for operations 
and new construction. | 
© A four percent salary in- 
crease for teachers and other 
county employes, except police, 
for whom a new salary scale is 
currently being worked out. 
| © Addition of 40 new police- 
‘men, four new desk clerks and 
ight crossing guards, bringing | 


of the Nation’s crops have al-'chairman revealed. 

rs tem Le ggene aang —. ready been planted, Richards said the military 
recommended 272 new teachers| _Ellender and Rep. Harold D.\slash was aimed mainly at Eu- 
rather than the 299 proposed Cooley (D-N. C.), chairman of rope. An amendment accepted 
by the school board. He also the House Agriculture Commit.’ by the Committee provided that. 
proposed a 4 per cent increase tee, reported the compromise a ceiling of $400 million be put 
in teacher salaries. rather than 0" feed grains would insure on aid to Europe as compared 
the new, higher pay scale rec- SUPpoOrts of at least 76 per cent with $760 million previously set 
ommended by the educators. of parity this year for oats, rye, by the bill. 

Projects which the County barley and sorghums, without But the Foreign Affairs chair- 
Manager recommended be any planting or marketing re-|man, who personally backed 
dropped from the  school/Strictions. _|the huge cut, maintained that 
board’s capital improvement! The feed grain agreements this move would not “jeopar- 
budget included: an addition to|\ would eliminate another fea-|dize” the United States mili- 
Bethesda-Chevy Chase High;|ture of the House bill that was tary program “in Europe or 
an addition to Kensington Jun-/objectionable to the Adminis- anywhere else” because there 
ior High, amounts requested tration—tying feed grains t0\is “plenty of aid provided to 
el for site acquisition in the east--commercial corn for support| keep the program going two to 
the total strength of the police|err suburban area: an addition purposes and fixing the sup- three years.” 
force to 326. ‘to Carver Junior-Senior High;|port level 5 percentage points’ The Administration takes 
| @A five cent increase in the and the Seven Locks Elemen-| below that for commercial corn. strong issue with this point as 
amount of the basic tax rate |tary Schooi. | While the compromise bill'was made plain by a spokes- 
which is set aside for “pay as| Reese also reduced alljconforms much closer to Ad- man in the International Co- 
you go” capital improvements,'/amounts listed for secondary|Ministration policy than any operation Administration. He 
‘school projects by 8 per cent/farm legislation which has come pointed out that it took two to. 

®*A one cent reduction in|and elementary projects by 7/out of Congress this year, three years between the place-| 
the present 11 cent Suburban’ per cent. ‘Eisenhower didn’t get the au-\ment of military orders and 
District tax, used to: finance; In all, Reese sliced $6.6 mil-|thority he asked to pay farm-/their delivery and the “lack of 
municipal services in the me-'lion from the budget requestsjers this year for land they money in the bank now—which 
tropolitan areas, but a one cent/he received from the school | promise to withdraw from cul. is a prerequisite to placing the) 
increase in the recreation tax.|board and from county depart-|tivation and place in the s0il orders—will put a crimp in our| 

Reese recommended that ment heads. bank next year. ‘ability to fulfill commitments’ 
for 1958 and 1959.” | 


The total military aid 
quested by the Administratio 
was $3 billion. 


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taining approval for the 12 
West German divisions to be 
included in the North Atlantic 
Treaty Organization 

Stassen, on the other hand, 
is charged with trying to get 
an East-West agreement to cut 
armaments and he contended 
that the Moscow move indi- 
cated a Soviet wish “to continue 
serious negotiations.” 

Neither Dulles nor Stassen 
has publicly criticized the 
other's remarks. But yesterday 
Dulles refused to comment on 
Stassen’s statement of last Fri-| 
day that the Russian announce- 
ment was one “in the direction 
we wanted to see them move.” 
And last Friday Stassen had 
refused to comment on Dulles’ 
earlier statement that he would 


‘rather have the Soviet soldiers 


standing around doing guard 
duty than making atomic 
bombs. 

Dulles yesterday gave what 
he termed “the view, I think, of 
the Administration” that Mos- 
cow needed more manpower for) 
farm and factory and that the 
modern military trend is to put 


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that at the London meeting the the air defense of the United 
Russian leader had taken a States and military operations 
probing position, or so the generally; and the Army's un- 
Americans thought. He want- happiness over the Eisenhower 
ed to know what the United! Administration's emphasis on 
States might do if the Russians air-atomic power and de- 
did this or that, such as cutting emphasis on land power. 

manpower. He gave no figures,, Thus far, the Symington in- 
it was said, and hence Dulles vestigation has shown that pres- 
was correct yesterday in saying ent Administration programs 
that the talk of a cut before it will let Russia outstrip this Na- 
came—by both Stassen and tion in long-range, land-based 
Dulles—was a deduction. nuclear bombers-—a.field..in 
which the United States has 
been dominant. President Eisen- 


Today’s Index See DEFENSE, Page 8, Col. 1 


Page , re 

7 Woman Killed 
24 ‘ , 
4\On Bay Bridge 


.3| ANNAPOLIS, May 22 #—~A 
“8 woman, panicked by the smell 
29 | of — in _ automobile, 
itorial 14 | Picture P 12 {plunged from the moving. ve- 
te ag 2? Sokolsky age + hicle on the Chesapeake Bay 
Federal Diary 27 | Sports 51-56 Bridge tonight and was fatally 
Financial 57-59 | TV-Radio ...49 injured. — . 
Weather ....22| She was identified as Golda 
49 ‘Gay Wisenbaker, 48, of Birds 


Winchell . 
Women’s 31.37 ‘boro, Pa. wilt «j 


Horoscope 
Keeping Well 
Kilgalien 


Alsoos 
Am'‘ments 2 
Childs 

City Life 21 | Movie Guide 
Classified 38-45 | Music 
Comics 26-29 | Night Ciubs 
Crossword 26 | Obituaries 
District Line 28 Pearson 


Herblock 


n| Wilson Against Missile Duel 


Army Experts Fire Nikes at Drone 
As Controversy Clouds Program 


(Pictures on Page 12.) 


WHITE SANDS PROVING 
GROUND, N. M. May 22 # 


Army Ordnance experts today test. 


fired an array of operational | 
rockets in the midst of a con- 
tinued heated controversey 


down duel, the United Press, not put on especially for news- 
reported. Wilson told a report-|men. They said these are stand- 
er the. Defense Department ard tests. Emphasis, however, 
has no plans for such a con- was obviously on the Nike. 
Obviously nervous over the 
‘Senate Democrats had de- guided missile controversy, the 
manded a Nike-Talos duel in Army at the last minute called 
order to deternfine which is‘off plans to hold all informa- 
the better weapon. |} tion on today’s activities for re- 


In Safe Robbery | 
With Minimum of Federal Controls | 
| who claims to be a model from 
h bel d_ back- | ‘ | ; ‘as an accessory in a $20 safe 
on the beliefs and back |. article of faith. This faith! “In the field of national af- 
’ i . hapel isoner with 
and Vice President. It cow ie lois alow he told tne Re-|sion period. On the other hand The shapely pr 
“This Is Nizon,” published by equaled in the Nation’s history! pays Church, Va. She was 
From Chapter VIII, “The Role 
man’s philosophy in a phrase, 
based on the principle .) free- 
To some opinion molders in 


; 6 W If ~ ? D. C. Beauty Held 
™ . ; 
Nixon Backs ‘General-W eltare State C y Held 
LAURINBURG, N, C., May) 
22 w—A beautiful redhead, 
Ne! A =< , . | has been in jail 
This is the fourth of six jis an unbearable cliche. Nixon)Central Committee, in Decem-| Washington, 
articles in the fourth of a series |knows that, but with him it is|ber, 1945, he wrote: ‘here since Thursday charged 
ion’ burglary, police disclosed to- 
grounds of the Nation's lead. fairs grave probiems face the 
ae . has run through all of his pub- g P day. 
ing contenders for President lic utterances, since that day|ccuntry during the re:onver- ly prisoner 
t f ’ the shoulder-length hair-do was 
lg Sooom'e pots —— publican fact-finding con.mittee |/OF portunities for progress UN- }ooKed as\Laura Hammonds of | 
ir. the Twelfth Congressional | | 
G. P. Putnam's Sons, New 
York: 
oi Government”: 
It is not easy to describe a 
bu. in the case of Nixon it is 
pessible. His philosophy is 
dom of enterprise and op- 
portunity, under the law. 
the United States in 1956, this’ 
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District of California that “I 
hold with . . . individual free- 
doms.and.all that. initiative can 
produce.” 

After the committee had ac- 
cepted him, and he nad gone 
back to Baltimore to complete 
his Navy service, he put on 
paper some of his convictions 
about the role that the U.S. 


era. In a letter to Roy O. Day, 


chairman of the Twelfth Con- 
gressional District's Republican 


\ 


Government should play in that 


are within our grasp if the true heid in liew of $5000 bail for a 
‘principles of American consti-| Superior Court grand jury in 
tutional government are al- ay 
lowed to operate. | Police said she allegedly 
“The .nventive genius ard in-|“cease@” a furniture store the 
dustrial kgow-how which have day before it was robbed the 
made America great must not\night of May 16. A salesman 
be stifled by unnecessary, bu-|\told police after the robbe 
‘reaucratic restrictiuns. ¢ 0 that the woman had been in 
nomic dictatorship by irrespon- inquire about a clothes line. 
sible Government agencies 
must never be allowed to be- 
come an accepted principle of 
See NIXON, Page 15, Col. 6 


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lance and when she left town 
in her car they followed and 
arrested her at Hamlét, N. C. 


a tw 


a 


Police put her under surveil- jected demands of 


iover the Nation’s guided mis- 

‘sile program. 
+ Two of the weapons fired’ in 
the southern New Mexico des- 
ert were the Army’s Nike, 
which has figured prominently 
lin the dispute between the 
Army and Air Force. | 
{In Washington ense Sec- 
ilson re- 


retary Charles E. 
Senate 
Democrats that the Nike be 


The two pencil-slim Nikes 
were fired at an 11-foot radio- 
Operated drone airplane. The 
Army did not say which of the 
two Nikes hit the target and 
gave no details except to say 
that holes were found in the 
drone. 

Earlier the Army had demon- 
strated the powers of its 

ound-to-ground missiles, the 

rporal and the Honest John. 

Army officials conducting the 


pitted on the Air Force's 
rival T missile.in a show- 


tests stressed that the show was 


4 


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lease about three days later, / 
‘But newsmen were..not give 
‘an opportunity to file storiés 
on the rocket shoot until they 
had gone back to Ft. Bliss in 
El Paso from the rocket range 
here, 

The shoots here this morn- 
ing of the three rockets were 
the first in a series of activi- 
ties stretching over two days 
to give newsmen a firsthand 
view and background on the 
Army’s guided missile nroere= 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD | | : | - — Shania Declines Visit 
2 Wednesday, May 23, 1956 ee co Sa LONDON, May 22 &.—The) Britain in June because 
Ms , eS Elizabeth would be on a 


Indonesian Embassy said today 
that President Sukarno has de- visit to Sweden and would not 
clined an invitation to visit' be on hand to receive him. 


Attack on Kefauver (| aaaee a 
Disclaimed by Adlai s N iB i IZOD, Ltd. 


By Edward T. Folliard backing ‘in Congress, and added Adlai said. “We know now that 
Staff Reporter that the Illinois man was “the they didn’t turn up a single 


TALLAHASEE, Fia., May 22 most moderate man the South Communist, and that almost) 
Adlai Stevenson campaigned to-|can select.” /half of thdse let out were hired 
by the Eisenhower Administra- 


day in northern Florida which, “Governor Stevenson,” Cald-|Dy t® 
paradoxically, is more “south. well continued, “is the only ton. 
ern” than the lower part of the Democratic candidate who can’ Stevenson recalled that, al- 
Sunshine State with its large carry the South, and without though he lost Florida in 1952 


population of migrants. ‘the South the Democrats can’t/to President Eisenhower, he 
win.” had carried Tallahassee, and 


ai ths hot and hominy area!” portere went to Stevenson|he. appealed tor the crowd 

segregation seems ta he a hotter afterward and asked how he Vote for him in next Tuesday's) 

issue than it is down around |{¢lt about Caldwell'’s attack on Primary election wien he and! 

resort areas like Miami ‘Kefauver. Kefauver will contest for 28 
| “T was sitting behind him convention delegates. 

That issue provoked a harsh (Cajqwell),” Stevenson said,| He lambasted the Adminis- 
attack today on Senator Estes «an4 1 couldn't hear a word he tration for its handling of for- 
Kefauver of Tennesse, Steven aig sign policy, saying "you can’ 

rauc) A reporter bri conduct our foreign policy with 
nomination, an attack for which) what a be A pr gee ya” Hoon a Secretary of State up in the 


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Stevenson afterward disclaimed | . 
st the Rich air, and a President on the : 
a ry Oe i ie editorial. — neater olf course.” NEW SPORT SHIRTS 
’ ‘| “I am not responsible for| Gov. Leroy Collins, Florida's J 
ernor of Florida, was introduc-|what Gov. Caldwell said about|steatest vote-getter, who has | BY IZOD 
tthe high eolumned portico of| se Kefauver,” Stevenson said |Said he is “neutral” in the werEStEnES Hows 
, aaa ithen, “and I am certainly not Stevenson-Kefauver battle, did *_* . yee . ; , 
pieeien's Bate Capitol in Tal-| responsible for what the Rich-|not attend the rally outside the British Labor Party Chief Visits Ike Exotic prints on fine washable cottons 
os meee. e set ey s ‘ow | mond paper wrote about him.” | capitol. . . « Richly coloured neat designs... 
pa ge + nad 9 we din "Ke. “It is probable that I do not| However, he sent his Cadillac) ugh Gaitskell (right), leader of the British day. Gaitskell said the talk covered prob- Modern paisleys . . . The most inter 
fauver, from the standpoint of| me with all my delegates on limousine with its No. 1 license) | shor Party, and British Ambassador Sir lems of the North Atlantic Treaty Organi- eee cates hel 
, all questions, including de- tag to the Tallahassee airport| Roger Makins chat wtih President Eisen- sation and Supreme Allied Headquarters in | esting novelties this fine maker has ever 


the South. | segregation.” t ; , ; | ; 
He read from an editorial in) q rend el about 1000 had py srosied bins eniineie hower during a White House visit yester- Europe. | shown. 


the Richmond News Leader'| ' : 
gathered before the State Cap- in the cabinet room. He also 
which noted that Kefauver had/itol to hear Stevenson today./gave State employes permis-| | $10.95 to $12.95 


refused to sign the southern| Most of them were state em-|sion to take time out to listen | ] , Wi ) | 
manifesio’ denouncing the Su ploves fo the ines man Johnson Wins |Report Press Was Barred | 
preme Court's ruling against) He went after Vice President) Marvin H. Collins, 79-year-| | BRONZINI SPORT SHIRTS $15 TO $20 
segregation in the schools, and| Richard M. Nixon for his part/old father of the Governor, Fi t ] P 
describing the Tennessean as “a'in the “gross and contemptible greeted Adlai at the airport. irm ontro P | h ] ID d 
far-left liberal and a sycophant| numbers game in Washington.” wearing a big Stevenson cam-| t 0 Ice Cc 00 ene 
for the Negro and union vote.” |He recalled how Nixon had paign badge. Of - P | 
Caldwell, who heads the boasted that the Eisenhower; A number of Gov. Collins’! tate arty ' 
Stevenson slate of delegates in| Administration removed thou-| political lieutenants are on the’ | Sagi aR 
Florida's presidential primary sands of subversives and secu- slate of Stevenson delegates in| DALLAS, Tex., May 22 «m The Justice Department said) proved an open session at the 
me atajeane Laer = vatone | — risks Hegre eed nee next Tuesday's primary. Sen. Lyndon B Sebusee took yesterday attendance at police commencement of each school, 0 
ss who Government and had c . > fae 
was backing Kefauver for the that the Truman Kacielen: haceane Min’ irene te Take | firm control today of the texas —a = Nai +7 vineesctsyed rsd we Byerane oF meaiaatie LDHE $ 
Democratic nomination. He tion was soft on communism. City, and tonight was to move|Democratie Party and won|tion on the civil rights laws is the open sessions. Following the | 
said that Stevenson had heavy! He knew that wasn’t s0, on to Jacksonville. ‘from state convention dele-|limited to law enforcement offi- opening session, an attending 1409 H STREET 
¢ | gates a noisy demonstration |cers in order to promote free re cas waded yi 2rd NA. 8.1409 
supporting him as “favorite- discussion. nes ‘tion, and he replied that he 
son” candidate for President. | Deputy Atty. Gen. William P. qiq not.” 


. 
Estes Stum & Southern Florida On the first tet vote at the Rogers gave this explanation to 
5 convention—on the issue of Rep. John E. Moss (D-Calif.) of | 
| whether Party leaders WhO tne House Government _Infor- 
bolted to support Dwight D.\_ tion’ Subcommittee in re- Shop Downtown Thursday, 12 to 9, at 7th & K 14th &G 


« . = a. a ; 
Finds Little Interest in Prim IY rege Been a sn nai ro Mo 


By Robert C. Albright __ [he said “the foundation of good/use it “when I come ba purge, thus following Johnson's i 

Sta! Reporter poh nado is government with as President, like nner m7. plea for a moderate course|,, ay 2 nog meee ey 

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fia.,|@ heart, and not government)man did.” Later, in a tran-.49d & harmonious coalition of som te determine whether legit. 
May 22—Estes Kefauver today|>¥,,indifference.” __|seribed Key West radiocast he © °7Servative and liberal 4, publie information is be-) 
Maniatis mmeikod |. Kefauver’s plug for Social said: “When I come back, I’) elements in the Party. i ressed by Government 
~ 7. Warnes Over the Security was directed across spend more time swimming To the ringing strains of US Sum The ch it tly 
southern tip of Florida in pur-|the continent to California as boating and fishing thah I will| Dixie” and “Happy Days Are ievarded YA y. Gen Herbe : 
suit of this state’s elusive 28|well as Florida voters. Only playing golf.” |Here Again,” delegates carry-/rwares ir a oat h f : 
Democratic convention votes|10 days ago, the National In-| As he strolled down the main|i™& Signs suporting Johnson Cohen S.C. hich rted| 
but found surprisingly little in- stitute of Social Welfare, head-'street of Key West, shaking £°T President trooped down ok a Sachets” cn il right 
terest in the forthcoming presi-ied by George ,McLain and hands, a guitar player and - convention aisles. Snclodiog "eens {tutional "guar 
dential primary. ‘claiming to represent 65,000 base fiddle player came out of | Waving banners, placards and same caean of te ~ mt 
Where the people did not)members, indorsed Kefauver a bar-grill across the street and Siant portraits of the Senate ceing Saas aeical eat Gell 
come out to meet Kefauver, the|for the nomination in prefer- started playing the “Tennessee Majority Leader, the delegates the pot was barred from the’ 


Senator went inside to find ence to Stevenson Waltz” K left doubt th ill | 
' | tz.” Kefauver came over ‘“**, "0 GoU ey will name 

them, shaking hands with bar-| - 56- ber National C .| Sessions. 
, | Kefauver obviously doe: and sang the ch h a comember Neusng Louver ' a, 
viously does not & chorus througn | tion delegation instructed to| Rogers, in his reply, said: 


bers, restaurant proprietors and’ ' 
patrons and patrolling the + age Cicely 0 Pd onan ~— ‘support Johnson seriously. “In the Columbia, S. C., 
wards of one big Veterans’ Ad-| cenator no vel om = nein Denounces Pamphlet | The big delegation from schools, the chief of police re- 
ministration hospital. He even .41, prospect of winning ‘the! A couple of hours later Ke.| Harris County, which includes quested the FBI to participate | 
walked into a County Commis-| ,omination for himself no mat-auver received a second offer| Houston and is the state’s most |by providing instruction in two) 
sioners’ meeting at Carollie- now he fares in the Flor/of a Summer White House if|PoPulous, led the fight to purge|civil rights sessions. He ap 
Gables. _lida primary, May 29, and the he wins, from Mayor Fred B. the State Executive Commit- 

Kefauver wound up the day’s| california showdown. June §. Hartnett of Coral Gables. Hart-|te¢, dominated by conservative 
quest for votes with a radio ; nett said Coral Gables is ideai- followers of Gov. Allan Shivers, . } A 
speech tonight in nearby Hal-| Flies to Key West ily suited to “winter golf.” whose faction was ousted from Billv Graham a . no” 
landale, pulling out all the stops. Kefauver lieutenants say Replied Kefauver: “I'm not Party control by Johnson in * ‘ > 20° lower 
in his bid for support of the they are perfectly capable of|™uch of a golfer but my wife Precinct and county conven- . | , * 
old folks in this meeca of re- dealing with any “stop Kefau- Nancy is. Maybe I can play golf | ¥0ns. Spurs Baptist 


tired citizens. ' wt here with her and she can come|_ Both Johnson and House 
ver movement if they pick up fishing with me.” ‘Speaker Sam Rayburn had 


Urges nef s s i , , ° 
whe Adlai Giereneas betore|annex California's big 6B-con-|, Shortly after boarding his|Wrged that the Executive Com-/ wan O@LISIN Ma Fe 
Like Adlai Stevenson before ntion-vat knot R ‘bus at Miami’s airport, Kefau-| mittee members be allowed to’ 4 ss ‘ , — 
him, he declared for Social Eee jac ate | ver called reporters around him| keep their posts until their| es eos 30° : 
curity benefits for women at|_ With the aid of his wife,) ang denounced as “scandalous terms expire in September. | Evangelist Billy Graham yes- ee Bek o oii 
age 62, and total disability ben-- Nancy, Kefauver did what he ang scurrilous” a 1952 copy-| Rayburn, dean of Texas’ con- 'terday told the Executive Com- RS. Fe pet? ‘safe F L o a 4 HM a j kz 
efits for both sexes at age 50,/could today to let Southern righted pamphiet attacking @ressional delegation and|_. f the Baptist World Al “at te . wn 
Then he went further and/Florida know there’s a contest! adjai StevertBon, which the Speaker of the House longer mane © oe Oe eee , aor” 
urged an increase in the pres-|8°ing on. In the morning, Mrs. | Senator said was handed out to/than any other man, was not liance that the specia’ role of a * 
ent Federal ceiling on match-|Kefauver remained in Miami'some of those who attended|on the Convention floor because Baptists is “to lead the world 
ing funds for public assistance headquarters, shakimg hands| Monday night’s TV “debate”|of the illness of a sister, Miss jn evangelism.” 
from $55 to $100 a month in| With visitors, while the Senator between Kefauver and Steven-| Lucinda Rayburn. | About 60 Baptist lead from 
line with a bill he has pend-|flew by private plane to Key | son. | Meanwhile, Texas Republi- ns armpemnnevetoy 
ing in Congress. West. Later the Senator and| He produced a copy of the|cans holding their Convention'#found the world attended the 
Taking an indirect poke at| Mrs. Kefauver traveled by bus pamphlet, written by Emman- at Houston invited “homeless”|meeting at the First “aptist 
the Eisenhower Administration, from Miami’s International Air-| uel Josephson obviously for use conservative Democrats to'iChurch, 16th and O sts. nw. aed 
. ___|port to Fort Lauderdale, cam-| in the ‘52 campaign, and said he|again join the GOP. In alrne Rey. Theodore F. Adams, >" , Others may talk 
about hot weather 


- ———_———s DAaigning all the way. 
SUKIYAK Sake Served tn In Key West, Kefauver went supporter of his had anything) unanimous support for Pres- = :. 
Wr'stling Cups te City Hall, where Mayor C. | to do with its distribuition. One|ident Eisenhower and Vice the Alliance, presided. but we've done 
COOKED AT Y 'B. Harvey presented him with) paragraph in the pamphlet said| President Richard M. Nixon,) Dr. Graham listed some ob- ~ ethi hout it 
A OUR TABLE ithe key ta the city. The Senator Stevenson was “a glib, wise- the Republicans said conserva- servations made during his Asi- ~ —_— oe il 
Jade\ sa held up the key and said he will cracking, Bible-thumping Red.”| tive Democrats—ousted from'atic crusade of last winter. 2 ) —created a collece 
d . . - ——-|control of their own Party—/They were (1) that men are the ~ X tion of lower, 
1018 Vermont Ave. N.W belonged in the GOP. same the world over, (2) people lighter, handsome 
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For Res. EX. 3-5474. Sun. 5-10 H I] Ridi | TV D bh | Re 
. . ‘ever it is preached wit, sim- \ . 
| a cu es ce ate Ceylon Offered Advice plicity and “power,” (3) Christ, | Parachute Silk, 


| COLOMBO, Ceylon, May 22 through the Holy Spirit, can) é | _—_—_ ~ } breezy nylon mesh 


Republican National Chair-|“a tired, sorry nspiring “—A trade mission from Com-|Sive grace and spiritual power ‘ " "\4 
| Pp ired, sorry and uninspiring munist Hungary now in Ceylon(to carry people through all| ’ ™ nig ee or two-tone colors, 


: Ww 'affair.” ie | 
‘man Leonard W. Hall yesterday The GOP strategy chief as- has offered this country techni- types of suffering, (4) thers is 


‘called the Adlai Stevenson- “ela “spiri d ina- : 
jea : lserted that both Stevenson cal experts to help develop its 4 spiritual common aenomina : - - 
|Estes Kefauver TV-radio debate Kefauver “proved chat ne ‘iidlstries. Mission “eader ‘T jtor”-that works for peace: oo . 4 PRN i eae 18” & ] Q” 


“the biggest flop of the year”|lacked the kind of leadership|Barabas said Pg sce re wes As evancelists, cag Sb ge 

but ¢ that would attract voters to more interested in establishing|must remember, he said, that . Mn, \ ‘ , 

cooley gage eo support either of them for the >usiness contacts with Ceylon (“we're ambassadors of Christ a i None geniune wanes ee 
agree : presidency.” than selling products immedi- first and not of any particular tte = 

Hall said that the discussion “ fal) added: “We are asking ately. ‘Ideology.” i . 

Monday night between the two the networks that carried the; = iin ~~ - to bottom: 

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By Charies De) Vecchio. Staff Photographer 
‘No Stopping’ Signs Mean Just That 


During evening rush hours from 4 to 6:30, there'll be some 


, “construction company” 


By Michael Monroney 
Stafl Reporter 
Two men who established a 
here | 
April 11 were revealed by po- 
‘lice yesterday as the builders 
only of one thing—a shaky 
foundation of credit for a sub- 
istantial phony-check passing 
‘operation. | 

The extent to which the mgn 
went to set the stage for their 
operation startled even Lt. Da-) 
vid A. Higgins, head of the po-| 
lice check and fraud squad. 
“I've never seen anything like 
it,” he remarked. 
| Higgins gave this version of 
‘the operation: | 
| A man identifying himself as 
Nicholas Fantone rented an of-' 
fice at 1017 12th st. nw., paying 
$100 rent in advance. 

Then he had “Fantone Con- 
struction Co.” lettered on the 
\door, had a telephone installed, 
hired a secretary, had some 
letterheads printed, put $500 in 
a Second National Brnk check- 
ing account, and bought some 
ispecially printed checks. 

“Fantone” introduced 
secretary to “Antheny Alamo,” 
jidentified as the construction 
‘foreman. Between them, they 
te Soembaae™ bee ae The 17-year-old son of a Wash- 
ithey talked incessantly about imston area Army colonel wes 
‘construction work. due to say goodbye to England) 


Pianist Judy Burganger, 16, of Buffalo, 
N. Y., winner of the Meriweather Post Con- 
test, jokes with Jack Glatzer, 17, of Dallas, 


Stowaway, 17, Postlude 


Sees England | 


nm 
his 


After two weeks the $500 today without ever really hav-;complete with pony tail, last/ For that matter, if she had not 
played it better than he did, 


young Glatzer would have been 
last night's winner. 
is assured, well-planned, 
‘and for her age, remarkably) 
strong. 
sive factor of sensitive phras-| 
ing in this movement was well- 


‘bank account was nearly de-|ing said hello. night won the finals of the Mer-| 
pleted by checks cashed by, 1, ic James Frederick Mac-\Tiweather Post Contest, playing 


Cia ae and James cod, son of Lt. Col. and Mrs.|with the National Symphony] 


FR. - ‘ 
'Ziano at various District’ 


stores. Since the checks were| James F. MacLeod, of 1010;Orchestra in the Pan American 
good, the storekeepers readily Sweet Briar dr. Alexandria,| Union's Hall of the Americas. 

\cashed the second round, some and a sophomore at Mt. Vernon; Judy Burganger of Buffalo, 
| $1138.74 in all. 'N. ¥., a piano pupil of Laura 


B the time th st High School. | 4 
A 7 Sone Without so much as by-your-| Kelsey, played the final move- 


ing 


By Paul Hume 
A slender, 16-year-old blonde,| National Symphony this winter. 4 


test 


i 
¢ By Vic Casamento. Staff Photographer : 


Tex., runnerup; and Howard Mitchell, con- 
ductor of the National Symphony Orches- 
tra, after the finals last night. 


Pianist With Pony Tail 
From Porthole Wins Talent Con 


Her play- 


In particular, the elu- 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
= _° Wednesday, May 23, 1956 


ra 


3 


Wife Pleads 
‘Need,’ Has 
2 TV Sets 


A crippled mother was 
chided by Judge, Edith H. Cock- 
rill in Juvenile Court yesterday 
when it developed that the 
mother had bought two televi- 
sion sets last year, despite a 
plea of economic hardship. 

The mother had brought 
action against her husband, a 
39-year-old plumber, on charges 
of failing to support their 2- 
year-old daughter since last 
June. The mothér, who works 
as a street vendor, also has a 
'S-year-old son. 
| Before her husband agreed 
'to pay the court $40 a week to 
‘support his family, Judge Cock- 
‘rill told the mother that in 
times of economic hardship 
there are more important 
‘household expenses than a 
'second television set. 

The woman had testified to 

the purchase of a 
set during this year’s George 
|Washington Birthday sale. Last 
lyear'she bought a set for 
from a household helper, she 
| said, adding she also had 
\owned a third set since 1952, 
‘but was unable to use it because 
repairman had it until 
‘recently. 
The woman explained that 
she wanted one set for her- 
self in the parlor and a second 
‘set for her children in their 
bedroom. 


| Locusts Invade Gaza 


TEL AVIV, Israel, May 22 ® 
Billions of locusts have in- 


At Burgundy Hills 
Rezoning 


Of Rockville 


¢ . 
Area Denied 


| The Rockville Mayor and 
‘Council denied an application 
last night to rezone a 7.5-acre 
‘tract near Burgundy Hills from 
single-family residential to 
apartment residential. 

More than 40 residents of the 
| Burgundy Hills development 
'protested the rezoning at a pub 
lic hearing. 

They said the apartments 
‘would add to the already over- 
crowded Maryville School; 
create a traffic problem, and 
might lead to the further re- 
zoning commercial of -the,site. 
| The tract is bounded by Ist 
st., Baltimore rd., Burgundy rd. 
and Denham rd. One side of the 
site adjoins a commercial de- 
velopment, which aroused oppo- 
sition in 1953 at the time it was 
rezoned commercial. 

The Planning Advisory Com- 
mittee of Rockville recommend- 
ed the rezoning request. The 
committee said single family 
houses would be difficult to de- 
velop on the tract because it is 
adjacent to a commercial area, 
the tract is hilly and Route 
28 is to be relocated ‘to run 
down twv sides of the site. 

lhe committee also said that 
the apartments would not be 
detrimental if they followed 
ithe new zoning code, not yet .n 
effect, which requires 2000 
souare feet per family. 


Heuss Leaves Greece 
| . Reuters 


| ATHENS, May 22—President 
‘Theodor Heuss of West Ger- 


a onrathaeenngs 9A nang andnaoe theme | bouncing, the office force was vaded the Gaza strip, scene of|many left here for home today 


handled. 


of New York ave. where parked cars are pictured lined up. 
Erection of the new signs in front of the hospital and in 
front of the Health, Education and Welfare Department, 
300 block of Independence ave. sw., marked the first en- 


down to one puzzled secretary leave on the night of May 4,;ment of the 2d Concerto of 
|wondering where her boss had jimmy left his parents and a/ Rachmaninoff. Her competitor 
bare 7 younger brother and sister en-|was 17-year-old Jack Glatzer of 

A secretary in a nearby of-| grossed in a TV show and took/nallas, Tex., who played the 


Glatzer, electing to play one 


fice helped provide the answer 


off. Thirteen frantic days later, | 6 nes movement of the Brahms 


of the greatest tests of violin 
literature, gave it with real mu- 


sicality. His work suffered as 


many skirmishes betweeniafter a state visit to Greece. 
Israeli and Egyptian troops.| West German Foreign Minister 
Swarms of the pests are push-|Heinrich Von Brentano, who 
‘ing their way up the Negev'accompanied Heuss, left here | 


desert. 


by air earlier today. 


all violinists’ playing does on 
a warm humid night. But he 
put real music-making into his 
authoritative reading. He has 
already the mark of a real mu-| 
sician and a fine violinist. He 
is to receive a _ consolation 
award of $100, to which, in 
view of the closeness of the 
vote, I should say he was more 
than entitled. 

Howard Mitchell and the Na- 
tional Symphony deserve the 
highest praise for their interest 
in thus encouraging young mu- 
sicians in this country. No 
finer proof of the caliber of| 


\to Det. Sgt. Alex Kapsol. She Cunard Line officials notified). *. 
|knew the license tag number'Col. MacLeod that Jimmy had/| Violin Concerto, It was a close 
on the car driven by the two turned up in an upper-deck fan | contest. 
‘men. It turned out to be a carjroom of their liner, Queen| The members of the orches- 
|rented to a Manchester, Conn.,'Elizabeth—a_ stowaway. The tra who have judged the elim- 
man. colonel] agreed to underwrite). _.. ' 
Kapsol enlisted the aid of the balance of his trip tourist | {mation contests wh ch brought 
police at Manchester. They said ‘class. (10 finalists to Washington last 
a man identified as Donald D.| Jimmy had bought himself a| Saturday, voted 44 to 38 in favor 
Cifarelli, 32, was in custody 50-cent visitor's ticket in New | of Miss Burganger in a close 
there on a charge of cashing| York and turned a deaf ear tol, h : } indi 
fraudulent checks. the all-ashore-that’sgoing|[©#* ‘nat was only an indica- 
District warrants have been ashore signal. Dispatches from|tion of the high level of play- 
issued to detain Cifarelli and| Southampton said Jimmy’s lack|ing that has marked the entire 
to arrest his brother, Victor, 27, of funds forced British officials | .ompetition. 
The Merriweather Post Con- 


jon charges of forgery. to refuse him permission to go 
itest. was instituted by the Na both talent and teaching in| 


ashore upon the ship’s arrival 

| q there. 

‘Moscow Hotel Planned The wires also spoke crypti-|tional Symphony as a mark of! America can be faund than this 
appreciation to the donor of | kind of work. And the marvel-| 
the free concerts, the orchestra|ously sympathetic accompani-| 


forcement of a regulation promulgated last year. The signs 
forbid stopping for a rider or for any other reason. 


in Greater Washington, 
more people enjoy 


Reuters cally of Jimmy’s encounter with 
LONDON. May 22,—Radio\# girl named Susie, hinting | 
Moscow said today that a new vaguely of a shipboard romance/has been playing all month in|ments the orchestra provided | 
10-story 2700-room hotel, which | Which the cold, hard, facts of|the Pan American Union for/its young soloists was also a’ 
it claimed would be the biggest |Jimmy’s illicit crossing seemed/thousands of high school stu-| model and a testimony to their| 
in Europe, is going to be built ,;4estined to blight — perhaps, /dents visiting Washington. One|whole-hearted cooperation in. 
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dian Prime Minister Jawaharlal; Every building in Ouled Djer- 
Nehru today offered a five-point rah, 30 miles southeast of here, 
plan for a negotiated settle- was reported destroyed as_3000 
ment in Algeria. | 


Troops 


caves. 


near the Tunisian| 
frontier captured a rebel arms 
and supply dump in mountain 


ture of 17 soldiers, according to/gents lost 17 killed, authorities 
reported. | 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Wednesday, May 23, 1956 5 


Where courtesy and quality are traditional 


|Nehru Tells Algeria Peace Plan|— is 


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| French troops searched for four 
In a_ surprise 


France had lead his govern- 


France “increasing reco 


tionalism have to be met,” 
The French Foreign Office in 
Paris would not comment or say 
whether it had received any ad- 
vance notice of Nehru’s state- 
ment. 
Paris observers said the plan 
had much in common with the 
declared policy of French Pre- 
mier Guy Mollet, but also con- 
tained points that France had 
rejected, such as reference to 
the “national entity” of Algeria 


Mendes-France Due 
To Resign Today 


Reuters 


PARIS, May 22—Pierre 
Mendes-France, second-in- 
command of the present 
French government, may re- 
sign at Wednesday's Cabinet 
meeting in protest against the 
government's Algeria policy. 

He had a 10-minute inter- 
view with President Rene 
Coty tonight, and _ well-in- 
formed sources said he in- 
formed Coty of his intention 
to resign. 


and “direct negotiations” with 
the rebels. The French say Al- 
geria is an integral part of 
France and argue that negotia- 
tions should take place only 
with elected representatives in 
Algeria. 

Nehru delivered his proposal 
in Parliament after praising 
French “wisdom and states- 
manship” in Tunisia and Mo- 
rocco. The five points were: 

® Declarations by both sides 
of their desire to end violence. 

® Recognition by the French 
of the “national entity” and 
“personality” of Algeria. 

® Recognition by both sides 
of the equality of all peoples in 
Algeria. 

® Recognition that all per- 
sons in Algeria are equally en- 
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benefits arising from the recog- 
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® Instigation of direct nego- 
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accordance with the principles 
of the United Nations Charter: 


\French Raze Village 
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| Reuters 


ALGIERS, May 22—French 


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troops have razed a Moslem 
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Nehru said recent contacts with |@mbush Friday. 


ment to believe there was in'gion who had been in Algeria 
ition | less than three weeks—were 
that the claims of Algerian Na-'fourd mutilated. Their deaths 


iment, 
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Shey eh co 3Truman Revives Criticism of Salerno 


Unbelievable Values . SALERNO, Italy, May 22 | looking over the beach and the its landings, initially at Salerno;of range for supporting Allied | 
s Color "|The bloody beachhead battles| grim cliffs back of the Salerno/ and po tb) Anzio, was a part of |planes. But he added there was 


DIAMOND 7, 0f Salerno and Anzio in World| landing area. the gtand) Allied strategy of /"° ges gape spot to the 
Latest cutting, epprovimately t\el) War If were “totally unneces-| “I don’t know who it was,”| world w II. ved and dire eee cee nunched 
carat (90 pts.) Set in platinum |f ar 11, conceived an their attack with no illusions 
with four lare, VS 475 OO g|sary and planned by some Mr. Truman said. “There were|-octeq by the Allied appeal 
des Ans ots ya jSquirrel-headed general,” for-\a lot easier places that could) nents involved, namely th 

arantee e ty >» ~ 3 .- . ° ” 

DIAMOND | Ie wean ental a A marry 5. Truihave been picked. United States and Great Britain. Service to Mark 

i: Mr. Truman, who was in the|,,“*t the spot in Salerno where) As commander of the Sth Army| 

Beautifal enior, Latest cutting : Mr. Truman stood, British | ] received and carried out Birth of Buddha 


orer 2 carats (203 pts.) set in|@e| United States Senate in the 
handsome platinum baguette A | Franklin D. Roosevelt Admin- landed under murderous fire | orders from higher headquar 


Bai and round diamond riownting. |B from German guns hidden in| 
Dritee theied ‘istration at the time the battles , ters.’ 
| Federal og $1500 /§ were waged 13 years ago, de- + nliheseong Nice yr the ferred | At the White House, ta Representatives of eight 
5B. ilivered ‘this judgment after) sitacked. . oS Counce Press Secretary Murray Snydei Asian embassies will join the 
KAHN- ne en) a only a hand- was asked if there would be Washington Friends of Budd- 
i 


before you decide, 


| { OPPENHEIMER | ful of tourists on hand. was a/@"¥ comment on Truman's ref- hicm in celebrating on Thurs. 


peaceful vacation village. Butjerence to “some squirrel-'4.. the 2500th anniversary of 


) 2 . y ! ‘dni : headed general,” and he re 
A Quality Bl ee 7-873 O17 F St, NW. © Oust- Ma rshall he Fae wh gm stormed| plied: the birth, illumination and Nir- 


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ashore under cover of a tre-| “I refer you to the squirrels.” vana of Buddha. 


Beauty and FREE PARKING leo 
Durability t THE PARKING LOT | Move Slated mendous naval and air bem-| President Eisenhower in his 4 service will be held in the 
vA WO. 6-8501 ic 715 Oth Street N | / bardment, the town was aflame. |book, Crusade in Europe, said/ joorcon Memorial Auditori 
|] WM. H, GILLIAM,, = «6UTHE PARKING GARAGE 5 ie Truman's criticism of the|the Allied command picked a. 
oy vine, ti eth & D Btreets N.W BT bal oO strategy of the landings in/Salerno after consideting ¥™, South Building, Depart- 
2400 wane: Aes VW, os JGUE UE EUV ny. iIngapore Italy renewed an old contro-|“every spot of the beach from|ment of Agriculture, at 8 p. m 


— 4 | versy. Gen. Mark W. Clark, Rome to the toe of the (Italian)’ Speakers will include the 
Reaters now president of The Citadel, boot. ” Ambassadors of India and Cey- 
a 


MIDAS | | SINGAPORE, May 22—Two'commented on Truman's re-- Mr. Eisenhower said Sa- lon, several attaches, and 
delegates who returned today marks. He said: lerno’s great disadvantage was Buddhist regufee from Mon- 


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Japanese Boy Killed As Jet Crash-Lands 32 Families Flee Fire THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 

The boy’s father and the pilot| PASSAIC, N: J. May 22 Wednesday, May 23,1956 
RS ae eae Radioactivity AIS: 5 
landed 


in a field- today and/said the plane crashed 15 miles|were driven from their homes 
skidded 2500 feet into a home,|north of Johnson Air Base, ap-|early today.in a general-alarm 


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killi 1 8 mene: Japanese |parently after its jet engine/fire that raged out of contro 
gs . flamed out. for more than an hour. e en at 1 PARKING 
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TOKYO, May 22 ®—A Jap-counts a minute, Kyodo News ee , 
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d h ] |'Pacifie Ocean -is radioactive The vessel was west of the INC. 
an OW! |1300 miles south of the site of Solomon Islands and about 


ithe United States hydrogen 1300 miles south of the Bikirl 
‘bomb test. area where the hydrogen bomb 


It really is welcome right now— lJapan that it tested the sea ‘The U.S. Atomic Energy MP DES AtA OLE Ww. (9th St. near F) 


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i\with a Geiger counter and dis- Commission in Washington de-| 


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7 W ednesday, May 23, 1956 — 


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DEFENSE—From P. 1 
Senators Act 
To Resolve 


Defense Row ’ 


hower has said that the strateg- 
ic bombing power of the Navy's 
aircraft carriers, among other 
things, makes such Air Force 
superiority unnecessary. 

Air Force ‘supporters view 
this development as Ma er: 
grading” of the USAF’s Stra-' 
tegic Air Command and “up-| 
grading” of Navy carriers. They) 
charge it involves a change in 
the approved roles and missions | 
of the armed forces fixed in the 


late 1940s by the Key West — Korean Vice President 


Newport agreements, whic 
gave the Air Force the “pri-| 
mary” mission of strategic 
bombing and the Navy a “sec-| 
ondary” role in this field. | 

Wilson and Adm. Arthur W. | 
Radford, chairman of the Joint} 
Chiefs of Staff, said Monday 
that there has been no change | 
in the roles and missions and | 
that none are planned. Syming.- 
ton’s announced intention to 


Associated Press 


John M. Chang, 57, American- | 


educated former Korean Am- 
bassador to Washington, has 
been elected vice president 
of his country. Although he 
is a member of the opposi- 
tion party, Chang will serye 
under President Syngman 
Rhee, who was reelected. 


broaden his subcommittee’s 
scope to make recommenda- 
tions, along with fact findings 
and conclusions, to the Senate 
on service roles and missions, 
therefore assumes special im- 


pected to be questioned about 
the controversy at this news| 
conference this morning. | 


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U.S. Urged.to Construct 


Atomic Merchant Vessel © 


United Press 


Top United States maritime 
officials said yesterday “the 
time is ripe” for America to go 
ahead with construction of the 
world’s first atomic-powered 
merchant ship. 

They stressed the need for 
“modernization” of the United 


\States merchant fleet in a series 


memorating the 137th anniver- 
sary of the first Atlantic cross- 
ing by ‘a steam vessel. | 
ongress so far has balked at) 
authorizing an atomie-powered 
merchant ship. | 
Among those speaking on’ 
Maritime Day were: 
Under Secretary of Com- 
merce Louis S. Rothschild, to 


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NEW YORK, May 22 # 
Metropolitan Opera tenor Jan 
Peerce will leave June 3 for 
an extensive concert tour in 
Russia, it was announced today. 

Aides said Peerce, who will 
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ent auspices, is the first 
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visit the Soviet Union since 
World War Il. He will spend 
a month there. 


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“Misty Aspect” 


It is understood that the Mis- 
sourian consulted Chairman 
Richard D. Russell (D-Ga.) of 
the Senate Armed Services 
Committee, and other Demo- 
cratic Jeagers before making 
his move. 

Commenting on the Wilson 
news conference, Symington 
said it appeared to him that the 
Secretary put a “misty aspect” 
on service roles and missions. 
Clarifying this uncertainty, he 
said; might mean that “some 
real money could be saved.” 

When a reporter questioned 
a Senate subcommittee propos- 
ing changes in military policy, 
Symington, a former Air Force 
Secretary, noted that the Na- 
tional Security Act now spells 
out the Service roles and mis- 
sions. 

A “great debate” on the di- 
vision of responsibilities be- 
tween the services might well 
influence the ultimate deci- 
sion of whether the Army or 
Air Force will operate the new 
missiles in both land warfare 
and anti-aircraft defense. But 
since highly Secret and tech- 
nical questiors are involved, 
largely dealing with still un- 
tested weapons, the impact may 
center’ on the B-52 bomber and 
aircraft carrier building pro- 
grams and the issue of air- 
atomic vs. land power em- 
phasis. 

Wilson told newsmen after 
his meeting with the President 
that the service row came up 
“casually.” “More important” 
matters were the purpose of the 
meeting, he said, adding that 
Mr. Eisenhower was “a bit un- 
happy about the fact that we 
don’t seem to get along better | 
in the services.” | 

Asked what will happen next) 
in the situation, Wilson said 
“let's see who sticks his head 
up next. I think it might be a 
little dangerous.” 

Two Army generals had some- 
thing to say during the day that 
may or may not involve “stick- 
ing up their heads.” 

Lt. Gen. James M. Gavin, the 
Army's research and develop- 
ment chief, talked to newsmen 
about the relative merits of 
Nike and Talos, Army and Air 
Force antiaircraft missiles that 
also are in dispute. Gavin said 
the Nike B, still under develo 
ment, “is the best ,weapon in 
existence for its purpose” and 
that Talos is “splendid” for 
use at sea. 

Maj. Gen. John S. Upham,| 
Army deputy chief of staff, 
praised the present Nike in! 
Senate testimony. | 

President Eisenhower is ex- 


5 
Andrews’ Stand 
On Taxes Blasted 
By Rep. Vanik 

United Press 

Rep. Charles A. Vanik, D- 
Ohio) proposed yesterday that 
Congress call former Internal 
Revenue boss T. Coleman An- 
drews to see whether opposi- 
tion he now expresses to income 
taxes was reflected in his ad- 
ministration of the tax law. 

Vanik told the House An- 


drews’ recent plea for repeal of 


the income tax law was “indis 
creet and revolting” in that it 
tended to undermine public re- 
ong for the Internal Revenue 
aw. 

He said Andrews’ appoint 
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BEST cineca bo | | > eg 1 Wednesday, May 23, 1956 i) 
Ronco | Mime ME | Dulles Decries | ___-*""smne 


VITA FOOD STORE 


new-1 caltriorman mar" aie St, WW. RE, 7.1212 N asser’s Moves 


q 
Secretary of State John Fos- fonly items not controlled as to 


FAMOUS jter Dulles yesterday indicated | Teh thes ap: Eon Sp gy ge = 
: | y 
the Administration is cooling “prime importance.” 


off on its estimate of Egy ptian | ®* The United States made no 
Premier Gamal Abdel Nasser.'commitment to visiting Indo- 
Dulles told a press confer-| nesian leaders last week cn the 
erce that: |West New Guinea issue. He 
| a a mer ‘said the situation was “left 
| * “We regret” Egypt's diplo-' much as it was before the visit,’ 
matic recognition of Commu- that is with the United States 
nist China. This, however, oe 4 avoid the scrap be- 
would not “appreciably” help scone e Dutch snd Indo- 
Peiping get into U.N. | ® There will be no “business” 
EE. >| © |. to the extent that he! at the conference of American 
ham = | (Nasser) is a spokesmen for Peevifente ta Panama but the 
7 oI i'meeting should “give an im- 
soe8 g Egyptian independence, we portant lift to the whole con- 
“|have sympathy with his point) cept of the Organization of the 

of view; but to the extent that) American Republics.” 
he takes actibn which seems to} ©The United States has 
promote the interests of the Never offered to,.and has s:ever 
Soviet Union and Communist|2€e" invited to, mediate the 

Cyprus question. 

China, we do not look with 
favor upon such action.” | 
Dulles did not say which way 
he felt Nasser was moving 
other than on the recognition 


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When he was asked the status) 
LEWIS ride your hips =~ jof the Aswan Dam project on) 

and h t legs like they're Egypt's Nile River, Dulles said 
; sehaneignas whe it had not changed since the 
& part of you! They look better and feel United States and Britain of-| 
better than any other blue jeans fered to help finance I ag 0 

~~ : than that Egypt was trying to) 

pte! Weer Better, tee wih Rew super reach a water-use agreement 


ay tough XX denim and real Copper Rivets. with the Sudan. | 


t LEVIS — the original bive jeans! But when he was asked if the | 
" £5 é United States would be willing 


to help pay the bill if the Rus-| 
sians also were in on the proj-' 
ect, Dulles was tart in replying 
that, though he felt the ques- | 
tion was rather hypothetical, ) 
“it’ would be unlikely, I think, 
that we would find it practical 
or desirable to engage at this 
AMERICAS FUmESS OVERALL 'time in a cooperative effort of) 
arte this type with the Soviet) 
Union.” 

Later, Dulles said such co- 
operation would be entirely 
different from “our assisting on 
@ reg c0we LEy! 6s cesvereeee oo THE ©. 6. FOF. OFF, Am” DERETES CAREEETS BEE OELT OF LETT ETREEES © OO., 00 SeTTEET OT. ce OS | ONE project” in a foreign nation 

ing that nation was “obtain- 


» 


ing assistance from the Soviet 
Union” for some other project. 
| Dulles also disclosed that in- 
formal discussions are now For 
‘taking place among unnamed 

United Nations Security Coun- breath 


THE HECHT co. i cil members in New York on a sublime 
HEADOUARTE possible “follow-up resolution” 
Q R RS which may “test” what Moscow | 
is willi f in the | 
FOR s willing to do for peace in the VODKA 


en | Middle. East. But the Secre- 
ae : bn gem OVERALL tary said there has been “no truly 
crystallization of thinking of fine! 


3-99 eat ‘just what should be in the reso- 
, is it 


lution.” Nor, he added, 
clear just what U. N. Secretary- 
General Dag Hammarskjold 


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4 ’ whether it would be a good) THE ORIGINAL 


Wear, 2nd Fl., Washington and Silver thing for him to return to the| Sry vooKA 
Spring; 3rd Fl., PARKington ee Sen. Soe. 
Pring; oom . sd Dulles also said: eo PROOF 


. , | ©@He did not yet know the! 100 PROOF 

to Order decision to ship some goods to} 
Red China under the “excep- be hetnanel 

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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD could undermine peace. he credited it with benefiting; Amalgamated P'resident/|lish its own party but now “it! saying if Labor returned to pow. 
ay ee British unions, Gaitskell said,|working people by creating the|Jacoh S. Potofsky observed la-|does not appear realistic.” H as 
10 Wednesday, May 23, 1956 ! | fathered the Labor Party, and “welfare state.” bor head might someday estab-i also bans gr eg Rng ty oe — im 


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Neckwear Clothing Union ‘. 
Es Stresses. Rights. : Guess we rate lughly... 


Stripes and Figures . 


ga aS he’s bringing out the Charter Oak ! 


Fancy Clip-On Bows | Statt Revorter 
y J ae $] The Amalgamated Clothing those deprived of civil rights 
Workers Union yesterday asked and strengthen the Justice De-| 
auMMER . Segue li Pocrmagy Scenuuian partment’s civil rights section. 

STRETCH HOSE 50 ond guarantee fale emanlon. The resolution also hailed, 

‘ stone PiOY-' the Supreme Court's decision’ 

ment practices. — against segregated public 

The convention's unanimous schools and urged it be carried 

vote took on special signifi-\ out in the Court's words. with 
jeance because of recent seces- “deliberate speed.” 

926 F ST. aya wong Beetyage nae sere Amalgamated Vice President 
NW. ef on : ver “civil Louis Hollander who also heads 
Open Thers. ‘til 9 | FAgnts.  jthe New York State CIO told 

Our Only Store In Washington | The 400,000-member clothing the convention that race prob- 


30.000 in the South. But unlike gogues”’ trying to divide “these | 
=the anti-segregation stand/(Negro) people.” He declated| 


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ieee Frey Li PKp Bae ee —S ™ 


"4 adopted at the Textile Workers that anv one W ho is “anti- 


3 : ’ Be | : 
Save With Greyhound’s os eeemgy of America convention|Negro, antiJew or anti-Cath- 
ere last week, there was No\olic jis antilabor and anti-| 


a 1-DAY EXCURSION <j opposition to the civil rights) copia) ” 


[| The ACW 


ea 


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warn that 

own ranks |this country’s world leadership’ 

© backed Federal Fa Abgrong andidepended on our “achieving 

inni ee ew. _ lequality for every American 

ee. beginning JUNE 1 | * Penalize mob violence in citizen.” She noted that two-| 
ig, Round ~~ 00 ae racial outbreaks. thirds of the world’s popula-| 
g fere Only = (<7 © Set up a bipartisan com-|tion is colored dnd said they 
= Pius 16 gg Mussion in the executive branch are “particularly sensitive” to) 
Tax WC Ye to investigate denials of civil| pow the United States handles| 
; Tights and propose remedies. ivi] rights problems. The late 
Permit the Attorney Gen-| president’s widow expressed | 

eral to seek injunctions for!the hope that the ACW’s posi-| 

| ition would one day represent; 
‘all labor. 

| Another convention speaker,’ 


16 War Orphans | sugh Gaitsketi, head of the 


'British, Labor Party, deplored) 


dot. : > Quit Korea for the lack of a coordinated for-| 
For ‘Information. Call NA 8-000 eign policy between the United | ee 
States and Great Britain. He) Kor f 1é Fu Luxury 
“ 


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Homes tri U. S. ‘‘told reporters he meant spe-| 
GREYHOUND cifically the failure to make a| P 
TOKYO, May 22 (»—Sixteen unified response to the Russian of Fine Bou rbon ? 
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Korean-American war orphans, army cutback, the Middle East, 
some barely able to toddle'and East-West trade curbs. 
arrived here en route to a new’ Gaitskell said disharmony in| 
life in the United States the West had increased in re y A 
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THE WASHINGTON POST and: TIMES HERALD 
. Wednesday, May 23, 1956 11 


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Our new development, Indian Lake Estates, near Lake Wales, is receiving the highest 
th welt eee Ob praise in many Florida newspapers. We are, of course, delighted when Florida 
community in Florida newspaper reporters visit our project and give to their readers full accounts of the 
amazing progress and the ideal plans for the future being unfolded. The recent visit of 
Mr. Babson, noted statistician and economist, and his enthusiasm for our Country 
Club Community development in this particular area, which he knows so well is 
ey something we, quite naturally, want to share with our readers in this vicinity. 
% PAVED STREETS ee ~~ - os ae ae 


Indian Lake Estates ls Providing 
at No Additional C ost 
to the Purchaser: 


* PARKS 
It was recently pointed out in a syndicated newspaper article that “Florida’s main 


% 18-HOLE GOLF COURSE % 3 ; resources are sunshine and water”’—a simple but unbeatable combination. 
| We have previously brought to your attention that Indian Lake Estates 

*& CLUB HOUSE i . it is in the very heart of Florida’s richest citrus region, with “more days of sunshine” 

, .. + Florida’s most delightful place in the sun. We are also in the heart of Florida's 


% 1,000-FT. BOAT PIER 
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% BOAT BASIN 


sr BEAUTIFUL BEACH AREAS 
ON THE 15-SQ. MILE LAKE 


And other recreational facilities 
for year-round enjoyment 


Beautiful Residential Sites 


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magnificent lake region, and midway between Gulf and Ocean. We are located in the 
highest part of Florida ... the delightful ridge section. Among the wonders of 
Florida, this beautiful ridge section of central Florida rates high on anybody’s list. 
After a long and careful survey of the state of Florida, we chose this location because 
the high elevation, delightful year-‘round climate and many other factors convinced us 
that no other section of the state had so much to offer. We are now building a country 
club development that is attracting local, as well as nation-wide interest. 


Our magnificent lake referred to by Mr. Babson is a 15-square mile lake which will 
afford never-ending delight to property owners at Indian Lake Estates. For the 
enjoyment of club members, we are providing, at no additional cost to the purchaser: 
a 1,000-ft. pier, pavilion, boat basin and wide beach areas. In addition to your 
opportunity to enjoy unsurpassed fishing, boating, bathing, water skiing and sun 
bathing at Indian Lake Estates, an 18-hole golf course and club house is planned for 
the exclusive use of property owners and their guests. 


As summer approaches, more and more people are turning their attention to Florida, 
More people now come to Florida in the summer than used to come in the winter. This 
area with such vast recreational facilities is growing so fast that it should be on your 
summer vacation list. We would like to tell you more about how you can become a 
proud property owner at Indian Lake Estates, and share all the advantages available to 
club members. Whether for vacations, retirement, a new “place in the sun”... or 
investment, you will find that Indian Lake Estates is your best buy in Florida . . . and 
now is the time to buy. 


COME IN AND SEE THE BIG, PICTORIAL PLAN OF THE ENTIRE DEVELOPMENT 
WRITE OR PHONE FOR BEAUTIFUL, ILLUSTRATED BROCHURE 


Pp IMPORTANT | 
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oe ; Pomous Bak Singing Tower at Lohe Wales, acer tadion Lake Gotetes . 
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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
12 Wednesday, May 23, 1956 


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Joanne Morris, 21, of Falls Church, stands 6 feet, 2 inches 
in shoes, which makes her the tallest Miss Washington 
candidate in the 14-year history of the event. Here- Janice 
Hoagland, 20, of Artengion, 9 potite:& foot in chogn, helps 
ner make up. 


By Arthur Ellis, Staff Photographer 


Eric Rathbun, who was a magnet, and Clarissa 
Rowe, cast as an atom, tried to interpret how these 
things behave in the spring play at Beauvoir, the 
Cathedral Elementary School, yesterday. Other 
characters in the fantasy were molecules, pulleys 
and musical instruments. It was all very confusing 
—except to the youngsters, of course. 


By Dick Darcey, Staff Photographer 


As workmen went about washing the big curtain in Carter Barron 
Amphitheater. yesterday in preparation for the June 7 openip bale the 
Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, these Washington ballet: en 

showed u to give them an artistic hand. ype ye mayo 
left) Phy and Esther Thompson, (center) Dolores Ringer and 
Fay Schwartz, and (bottom) Joan Walslr.and Hanna Helsing. 

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The Corporal, the Army’s multi-supersonic weapon, takes off at White Sands 
Proving Grounds, N. Mex., on its maiden public flight. More than a 100 news- 
men saw the missile climb to between 20,000 and 30,000 feet and then level 
off and continue for an undisclosed distance. (See story on Page 1.) 


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One of a pair of Nike missiles fired during the public demonstration at White 
Sands yesterday at a jet drone 10,000 feet up and traveling 500 miles an 
hour takes off for the target. It was said that “no direct hits were believed 


scored, but damage was done.” 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Wednesday, May 23, 1956 13 


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Value of the Dollar 


The basic fact which emerges from the tempest 
over the Federal Reserve Board’s action in increas- 
ing the interest rate is that there is no significant 
attack on the independence of the Reserve System. 
Congressman Patman may wish to bring the central 
bank to a more exact political accounting. Perhaps 
a few politically minded officials would like to make 
the Fed the goat for the consequences of over- 
production and too much easy credit on automo- 
biles. But two of the Administration’s principal 
economic spokesmen — Treasury Secretary Hum- 
phrey and Chairman Burns of the Council of 
Economic Advisers—have specifically upheld the 
concept of an independent Federal Reserve in 
letters to Mr. Patman. It is well to have on the 
record their sensible expressions of respect for the 
Board's independent .responsibility. 

The Federal Reserve exercises a responsibility 
in the control of monetary policy which it has not 
attempted to dodge or hide. Chairman Martin 
is characteristically unperturbed by the storm that 
has arisen as a result of the tighter money policy 
instituted last month when the Reserve banks in- 
creased the discount rate from 2% to 2% per cent 
in some districts and to 3 per cent in others. Any 
time the Reserve acts it is bound to incur criticism 
from some quarters. But its obligation to “lean 
against the wind” and to help maintain the pur- 
chasing power of the dollar is clear and undisputed. 

Reasonable men may differ over the wisdom or 
the timing of an individual decision; very few now 
differ concerning the obligation of the central bank 
to maintain the strength of the currency. As Dr. 
Burns said this week in Boston, “the need for 
monetary discipline is now recognized practically 
everywhere, and nowhere more than in the coun- 
tries of Europe that have suffered most from infla- 
tion in the past.” Indeed, the Reserve Board has 
been deeply influenced by the recent British expe- 
rience, and is resolved to act in time to prevent 
inflationary forces from building up here as they 
have in Britain. 

One of the principal reasons for maintaining the 
independence of the Federal Reserve System is 
to make certain we have an institution in a position 
to reverse itself and to act with great speed. Fiscal 
policy is debated at length by Congress and the 
Treasury and is set many months in advance. The 
Reserve Board sets its policies week by week de- 
pending upon its reading of the economic pulse. 
The strength of the Board under Chairman Martin 
is that it has not hesitated to change its mind, or 
rather to move in another direction when the facts 
changed. 

In the early summer of 1953, the Reserve Board 
moved with surprising decision to increase the 
supply of money when it saw that money had be- 
come too tight; in December, 1954, after a period 
of monetary ease, it shifted to a policy of mild 

} Both these actions surprised the business 
community because they came before the general 
public was aware that there was need for a shift 
of emphasis. Later events fully justified the Board’s 
decision in both instances. More important, they 
justified the confidence which the Administration, 
Congress and the business community have in 
a well-managed and independent central bank 
charged with the responsibility of safeguarding the 
value of the dollar. 


Policy in a Vacuum 


There was a distressing example of the lack of 
policy coordination in Washington—and between 
Washington and London—in the diffuse manner in 
which the announcement of the Soviet arms cut 
was greeted. Secretary Dulles, who was at pains 
yesterday to knock down the idea that his predic- 
tion of the cut was based on any firm information, 
displayed a rather chilly reaction to the announced 
1,200,000-man reduction in the Russian armed 
forces Secretary Wilson saw in it an adjustment 
to nuclear weapons. Mr. Stassen, the perennial 
optimist whose talk with Nikita Khrushchev gave 
rise to the speculation, viewed the. announcement 
as affording now hope on disarmament. The British 
Foreign Office welcomed the cut cautiously but 
pointed to the continued need for international 
controls. 

Here was an opportunity for a ringing Western 
declaration that would have placed the move in 
perspective—that would have praised the reduction 
but coupled it with the dismal failure of the 
disarmament talks in London, the lack of any clear 
knowledge of the strength of the Soviet forces and 
the refusal of Mr. Khrushchev to consider a warring 
system against surprise nuclear attack. There was 
plenty of advance indication that something was 
up. But apparently there was no transatlantic 
effort to evolve a joint response; even the attempt 
within the Administration to evolve a unified Ameri- 
can statement came to naught. It is little wonder 
that the Russians obtain a propaganda advantage 
when the two closest Atlantic allies seemingly can- 
not bestir themselves to compare notes on so 
obvious an issue. 


Dr. Malik’s Warning 


Dr. Charles Malik gained a wide respect when he 
was here in the dual capacity of Lebanese Ambassa- 
dor and representative to the United Nations. His 
speeches throughout the country revealed a pro- 
found comprehension of the ideas which are now 
battling for possession of men’s minds. Now he is 
dean of graduate studies at the American University 
at Beirut, and, in a speech at a conference on the 
refugee problem called by the World Council of 
Churches there, he has delivered a warning to the 
West about Communist infiltration in the Arab 
world. 


“If,” says Dr. Malik, “the West does not develop 


an objectively just policy regarding the Arabs,” 
then “the Arabs will continue to turn for succor 
to the Communists.” Dr. Malik apparently has 
several things in mind. For one thing, he means 
settlement of the Arab refugee problem, and, for 
another, support of the Arab case against Israel. 
The need for Western action is urgent, he says, in 
view of what he calls the “moral rehabilitation” of 
@ommunism since the Geneva conference of last 


Granted that only the highlights of the speech 
were reported, it seems as if the philosopher has 
turned politician. is unjust to complain 


that the West has not done or attempted to do 
enough for the Arab refugees. If the Russians had 
done a tithe as much, the issue which brought the 
conferees together would be much farther advanced 
to settlement. And if the Arab countries them- 
selves had cooperated, instead of using the refugees 
as pawns in their politics, there would be no refugee 
problem at all. The speech had overtones of the 
blackmail about which George F. Kennan recently 
warned. He said that if countries say they will go 
Communist unless they get American aid, he would 
answer “Go.” The Arab, surely, has his own 
obligation to save his soul. 


Tweedledum v. Tweedledee 


Most observers in Florida report a great voter 
apathy toward the Democratic presidential primary 
next Tuesday. _The nationally televised “debate” 
between Adlai Stevenson and Sen. Estes Kefauver 
Monday night did little to disturb this apathy; in- 
deed, it seems to have infected even the two con- 
tenders. In their polite exchanges the two oppo- 
nents for the Democratic nomination looked and 
sounded like members of the garden club discuss- 
ing the weather. Unlike Secretary Wilson, who has 
been striving manfully to make it appear as if there 
is no controversy in the Pentagon, these two politi- 
cal foes could not produce a disagreement on de- 
mand. There was not even the faked animosity of 
a professional wrestling match. Both candidates 
were vigorous in their denunciations of the Eisen- 
hower Administration, and they made some telling 
points. There is a bit of comfort, perhaps, in the 
knowledge that the two principal Democratic hope- 
fuls are so close together on matters of defense, 
foreign policy, agriculture and civil rights (though 
there are differences of degree which the discussion 
unhappily did not bring out). But Messrs. Kefauver 
and Stevenson are not running against President 
Eisenhower at this stage; they are running against 
each other. Their performance in Miami gave 
Florida voters precious little reason to choose one 
over the other. 


Virginia’s Blind Alley 

As Virginia officials flounder in futile efforts to 
turn back the tide on school desegregation, court 
suits filed by parents are bringing the issue closer 
to decision. It is hard to see how the state will 
have any good faith defense against the legal 
proceedings instituted by a group of Arlington 
parents. The problem there is not local attitudes 
or facilities or unwillingness of Arlington authori- 
ties to integrate the schools; the school board 
advanced a proposal for integration next fall and 
got its ears boxed by the General Assembly. The 
problem is purely and simply the failure, indeed 
the refusal, of the state government to facilitate 
compliance with the Supreme Court decision. 

Last January Virginia voters were hurried into 
approval of a constitutional amendment to permit 
private tuition grants, on the theory that this 
dubious scheme would encourage local option and 
help keep the public schools open in southern 
counties. But then the winds changed. The Legis- 
lature did nothing to implement the Gray Plan. 
Now members of the Gray Commission are to be 
called into session again, and they are being urged 
to seek new means of evading the Supreme Court 
decision. It still seems to be unfashionable in 
Richmond to read the handwriting on the wall. 

There are persons who believe that the best way 
to accomplish school desegregation in Virginia, in 
view of the sorry record, is to let the courts settle 
the matter. Any legislative action to implement 
the Gray Plan or something worse, they believe, 
would merely muddy the water. There is some- 
thing to this, especially in view of the negative 
tone of the Gray Plan and the Pandora’s box of new 
problems that would be opened by the tuition 
grant concept. If the prevailing attitude is to be 
one of defiance rather than cooperation, then per- 
haps it is better to rely on court decisions. Once 
desegregation was proved feasible in a community 
such as Arlington, the example in all likelihood 
would be a potent force in breaking down barriers 
elsewhere. Knowledge of this probability no doubt 
has been one of the factors in the inaction. 

But to leave the problem wholly to court decisions 
would be to abandon all timing and invite adjudi- 
cation in the touchiest spots first; it would be to 
run a real danger that the public schools in such 
areas as Prince Edward County would be closed. 
We prefer to believe that there are men of influence 
in Virginia who are realistic enough to want to 
prepare for the inevitable. There is much that can 
be done to ease the adjustment if Virginia has a 
plan of help. What would be considered reason- 
able efforts to comply with the law in Prince Edward 
County might be very different from reasonable 
efforts in Arlington, where the adjustment would 
be minimal. But the test is effort made in good 
faith. The prime requisite is a plan of state ‘en- 
couragement and guidance to local communities, 
to facilitate desegregation where it is now feasible 
and to prepare for it in others. Governor Stanley 
and members of the Gray ommission have a choice 
of diverting Virginia into a blind alley or of pro- 
viding the constructive leadership and moderation 
that is their plain duty. 


Juvenile Justice 


Superintendent Edward J. Kelly of the National 
Capital Parks moved with commendable speed 
to correct the flow of trivial and poorly investigated 
cases from the Park Police into the Juvenile Court. 
Acknowledging that Judge Cockrill was “100 per 
cent right” in her protest against the performance 
of the Park Police last Friday, Mr. Kelly appears 
to have straightened out the matter to the satisfac- 
tion of all concerned. Instead of simply dumping 
into the court all the youngsters they can collect 


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Letters to the Editor 


Progress in Indonesia 


Having long been an admirer 
of Sukarno, I read with great 
interest his forthright address 
to Congress in which he speaks 
of the desire for economic but 
not military aid. And in con- 
trasting the progress of Indo- 
nesia since its mdependence 
with its previous colonial era, 
he said: “In the eleven years 
of our independence, the Indo- 
nesian nation has made more 
human progress, and has been 
the scene of greater human hap- 
piness, than in all the tens of 
generations of colonialism that 
went before.” 

Strangely enough, the same 
evening, in browsing over the 
Life and Letters of Walter H. 
Page, | came across a letter to 
Col. House, written in 1913 
when Page—world famous edi- 
tor and publisher—was Ambas- 
sador to England. In it he de- 
cries the economically wasteful 
militarism of Europe and the 
evils of colonialism. 

“If we could only find some 
friendly use for these navies 
and armies and kings and 
things, in the service of human- 
ity,” he wrote. “We ought to 
find a way to use them in 
cleaning up the tropics under 
our leadership and under our 
code of ethics—that everything 
must be done for the good of 
the tropical peoples and that 
nobody annex a foot of land. 
I wonder if we couldn't serve 
notice that the land-stealing 
game is forever ended, and that 
the cleaning up of backward 
lands is now in order—for the 
people that live there. Work 
on a world plan.” 

Such was the remarkably 
prophetic vision of a thinker 
and writer who had been editor 
of Atlantic Monthly, Harper's 
magazine and World’s Work. 
As founder and creator of 
the forward-looking World’s 
Work, Page had formed the 
habit of analyzing the world’s 
affairs in the light of progress 
and justice. 

It has taken half a century 
and two world wars to bfing 
about a situation in which “the 
land stealing game is forever 
ended—and the cleaning up of 
backward lands is now in or- 
der.” | 

Let us be proud that it was 
one of our citizens who had this 
lofty and prophetic vision, and 
let us as Americans welcome 
every opportunity to help coun- 
tries like Indonesia ameliorate 
themselves. Those who return 
to this country from missions of 
economic and technical aid to 
Indonesia report a tremendous 
spirit of progress. there—and a 
vigorous pioneer spirit in set- 
tling new lands such as charac- 
terized our own settling of the 
West. ; 

Sukarno told the Press Club 
that “Indonesia is in a hurry 
because the world has no inten- 
tion of standing still while we 
catch up.” 

This is the spirit that gives 
birth to great achievement— 
and in this ardent quest for 
progress we wish Indonesia all 
success, and promise her our 
aid. STANWOOD COBB, 


Director, Ch Chase Country 
Day I —- sate 


Chevy Chase, Md. 


Congressmen as Teachers 


One of the functions of the 
modern legislator, more widely 
recognized perhaps than prac- 
ticed, is the teaching function. 
It is the duty of Congressmen 
not only to express the wishes 
of their constituents, but also 
to inform and lead the le. 
For legislators are usually bet- 
ter informed about the state of 
the Nation and public opinion 
than th 


this teaching function. South- 
ern Congressmen who repre- 
sent districts where there is a 
cutural lag of opinion and so- 
cial practice behind the rest 
of the country have an obliga- 
tion to try to educate and 
elevate their constituencies to 
the higher standards that prevail 
elsewhere. 
DANIEL MERRICK. 
Washington. 


Farm Program 


Texas farmers wouldn't dare 
claim to know what is “best 
for us” in “the mess we're in.” 
However, our Johnson-Grass 
philosophers might shed a bit 
of light on our “climate of think- 
ing.” 

What the Republicans say 
about taking away the farmer's 
initiative just isn’t so. We 
“figgered” out how to be lazy 
before F. D. R. started paying 
us for it. Anyhow, it is plain 
to us that if we had “initiative,” 
Benson's Bin Binge would get 
out of hand. 

Now, we want it undgrstood 
that we don’t hold a grudge 
against Benson; he is doing the 
best he knows how to carry out 
Ike’s little brother’s plans. Mil- 
ton and Henry Wallace were 
F. D. R.’s “x-spurts” in planning 
the farm program. Anybody 
can tell you what an “x-spurt” 
is.” An “X” is an unknown 
quantity and a “spurt” is a drip 
under pressure. 

FAY WEITINGER. 

Jermyn, Texas 


Panty Raiders 


I am sure that the news re- 
ports of the panty raid at the 
University of Maryland will be 
read with interest by the boys 
manning the truce lines in Ko- 
rea, or by other lads in the 
frontiers of -—dé@mocracy who 
were not so fortunate as to get 
a draft exemption, so that they 
c.uld go to college and become 
scholars and gentlemen. 

My dauglter, whose sorority 
house was partly wrecked, tells 
me that she has never wit- 
nessed anything so completely 
juvenile and nauseating. She 
suspects that not all the mob 
of hoodlums who took part in 
the debacle were Maryland 
boys, but there seems to be no 
doubt that they started it. 

I think the dean and the 
president of the university 
would be justified in turning 
over the identity cards they 
collected to the local draft 
boards, for reconsideration of 
the exemptions granted to those 
who think that panty-raiding is 
just a prank. If a few examples 
were made, perhaps this obnox- 
ious practice might be stamped 
out, once and for all. 

In the meantime, I see no 
reason why those whose iden- 
tity cards were obtained should 
not be forced to contribute to 
a fund to replace the screens, 
window glass and door panels 
that were broken in the dormi- 
tories and sorority houses. 

INDIGNANT FATHER. 

Bethesda, Md. 


Research in Crime 


It is indeed good news and 
your paper is to be commended 
for giving wide publicity to a 
proposal made by Corrections 
Director Donald Clemmer. 
This pertains to your news 
article of May 17 entitled, “Use 
of Felons in Crime Study Here 
Proposed.” 

Mr. Clemmer suggests the 
use of the District’s 4400 
prisoners as “human labora- 
tories” for research in crim- 
inality. According to your 
informant, Mr. Clemmer will 
ask for the “creation of an 
Institute for Criminological 
Research which would . work 
closely with local universities 
and agencies.” 

Mr. Clemmer is indeed 
eminently correct in his state- 
ment that little research has 
been attempted in the field of 
crime, even though “criminals 
cost Washington $25 million 
annually.” All the items Mr. 
Clemmer enumerated have 
long been considered as being 
of the utmost importance in 
research as to criminal be- 
havior. 

He lists causes, personality 
factors, validity of correctional 
ractices, and “the nature of 
uman nature itself.” The ac- 
cumulated data upon which a 
team of researchers could be 
set to work includes not only 
the 4400 prisoners of all types, 
but in addition “129,000 rec- 
ords of the Corrections Depart- 
ment of former prisonets as 
well as a wide variety of work 
programs which need to be 
studied.” 

To this should be added the 
fact, perhaps too little ap- 
preciated, that our own St. 
Elizabeths Hospital has long 
been doing basic research on 
criminals. It has its own 
prison and its own supply of 
prisoners. Started by the 
former superintendent, Dr. 
White, this work was continued 
by the present superintendent, 
Dr. Overholser, and by Dr. Ben 


Karpman. 
Nothing would be more basic 


This should begin on a oe 
term research wi 


of psy- 
sociologists, and 


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the advice 
chiatrists, 


criminologists. Under expert 
guidance on the part of those 
who have already done the 
most in the study of criminal 
behavior, a research team of 
experts should start work as 
soon as possible. There is no 
short cut to a solution, or even 
to an alleviation of the prob- 
lem of criminality except 
through continued basic re- 
search. Above all we must first 
learn what has already been 
done in the field before we can 
proceed with new work. 

Even the 4400 prisoners 
mentioned above would have 
to be screened to select those 
most amenable and fruitful 
for research study purposes. 
Not one, but perhaps half a 
dozen _ psychiatrists experi- 
enced in the specialty of, 
criminal psychiatry would even- 
tually have to be enticed into 
this special project. 

To lure them away from their 
present occupations would re- 
quire salaries commensurate 
with the significance of the 
work and the scarcity of avail- 
able talent. Moreover, such a 
program would have to. be 
planned at least on a three to 
five-year basis before significant 
results could be expected. 

In spite of the tremendous 
need for research, foundations 
have been strangely reluctant 
to step in and anize such 
research. No doubt the pressure 
is beginning to tell, not only 
here but in many centers in hos- 
pitals and prisons throughout 
the country. 

The almost periodic recur- 
rence of prison riots is ample 
testimony that this research 
should have started a long time 
ago and is now much overdue. 
If foundations hesitate, local 
authorities will have to do the 
best they can within the limits 
of small appropriations to make 
at least a serious be in 


ay Rage Ge , 


THE  QUARREL between the three 
armed services that has now broken into 
noisy public controversy stems from fail- 
ure to bring strategic concepts in line with 
the nuclear age. 

That failute helps also © je 
to explain why the 
United States has seemed 
so tongue-tied in the face | 
of Soviet Russia's an- 
nouncement of a reduc- 
tion of its armed forces 
by 1,200,009 men. 

Since this takes super- 
fluous soldiers out of uni- 
form and presumably 
puts them at construc- 
tive jobs in agriculture or industry, it is 
“disarmament” only in the propaganda 
meaning of that word. Because the Soviet 
Union is facing up to the realities of 
nuclear warfare, the net effect will in the 
long run be to augment total Communist 
strength, whether for war or peace. 

American military planning and thinking 
are still too largely dominated by concepts 
that predate the era of nuclear weapons, 
Retaliatory bombing, the massive deter- 
rent, the Strategic Air Command—this is 
another layer superimposed on the tradi- 
tional Army, Navy and Air. It has long 
been one of the chief inhibiting factors in 
the American approach to disarmament, 

cos 

AT THE COLONEL level, staff studies 
are going forward looking to new concepts. 
In a meeting not long ago at which there 
was sharp talk about the long delay in 
coming up with a new over-all strategy that 
would determine roles, capabilities and 
budgetary allocations of the three services, 
one of the heretical] younger officers finally 
said: 

“Do you know where we are today? We 
are just where we were after World War I 
when the cavalry was holding out for the 
horse in the face of the revolution that 
had been worked by the internal combus- 
tion engine.” 

It must be realized that the fundamental 
cause of the current service quarrel is 
deeper than mere jealousy. 

New weapons and new tasks are piled 
on top of the traditional defense structure. 
As a consequence while $37 billions sounds 
like a lot of money, as President ftisen- 
hower often remarks to his military chiefs, 
the defense budget must cover all the old 
functions and then be stretched to pay for 
the fantastic new nuclear and missile 
weapons. 

Immediately at issue ‘is the Air Force 
budget for next year now being hammered 
out. It currently is contemplated that $20 
billions to $25 billions will be asked for 
the air arm alone. If a ceiling of approxi- 
mately $37 billions is imposed, this would 
mean sharp reductions for the Navy and 
the Army. 

Two items in the new Air Force budget 
illustrate the way defense costs grow, par 
ticularly when they are piled on top of all 
the old costs. One is the constructicn of 
the new DEW radar defense line in north- 
ern Canada. 

It now appears this will cost twice the 
original estimates—many hundred millions 
more than first calculated. When the line 
is completed in the Arctic, the cost of 
maintaining men and delicate electronic 
listening devices under conditions of ex- 
treme cold will be much greater than 
estimated. 


ow 

THE SECOND ITEM—if an expenditure 
involving hundreds of millions can be so 
termed—is for an increase in the number 
of Strategic Air Command bases in this 
country so that SAC planes may for safety 
reasons be more widely dispersed. 

After a long hassle in the National Secur- 
ity Council—and, incidentally, the whole 
process of NSC policy approval seems to 
become more and more prolonged—the 
SAC dispersal program was approved. 

Small numbers of planes are to be put 
on satellite bases near enough to main 
operating bases so that service can be per- 
formed on the latter without duplication 
of service facilities. The concentration of 
planes on a relatively few SAC bases has 
for several years given grave concern. 

The Symington subcommittee investigat- 
ing air power or the lack of it could per- 
form a service. But the objective of that 
committee is to determine why more 
money is not being spent on air power and 
missile research and this merely skirts the 
basic issue of the interservice quarrel over 
whacking up the defense budget. 

Secretary of Defense Charles FEF. Wilson 
again is threatening to jam on the lid of 
silence that has kept the service contro- 
versy behind Pentagon walls. 

While “unification” has meant economics 
at some levels, the fact is that it has not 
in any meaningful sense taken place. To 
obscure this fact by reimposing the lid of 
silence will hardly for the long future be 
a service to the country. : 


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Matter of Facet . . . | . . By Joseph : 
The Troika in Syria 


DAMASCUS. 

THE “TROIKA,” as some- 
one has called it after the 
three-horse team that draws a 
Russian sleigh, operates all 
over the Mid- 
die East. But 
here in Da- 
mascus, the 
lovely city of 2a 
the seven | 
rivers, the 
“troika” not 
only operates 
but rules. 

Syria’s Presi- 
dent, Rage ver ; . 
Kuwatly, does 
not govern Joseph Alsop 
his country. Except for a tend- 
ency to oratory, very little is 
left of the fiery Arab independ- 
ence leader who once defied 
Turkish torture. Nowadays 
Kuwatly seeks only peace and 
comfort, perhaps comfort 
above all; so he obeys the 
“troika.” 

Syria’s amiable, astute, de- 
cidedly temporary Premier 
Said Ghazi does not govern- 
his country either. Even the 
chief of army intelligence, 
Abdul Hamid Saraj, the young, 
dynamic, leftwing captain who 
has the most important in- 
fluence on the Syrian army 
and is constantly being tipped 
as Syria’s next military dicta- 
tor, does not exercise any final 
authority. For both Ghazi and 
Saraj also obey the “troika.” 

What then is this “troika.” 
which has acquired predomi- 
nant power in this country 
where the slightest hint of 
fereign influence used to stim- 
ulate paroxysms of anti-colo- 
nial rage? It is simply the 
str ly assorted but highly 
effective combination of Egyp- 
tian political leadership, Saudi 
Arabian bribe money, and 
Communist organizational 
talent. 


OF THESE it is necessary to 
Say at once that the Com- 


munist. Party is measurably 
the least important as yet. In 
the last year, the crafty chief 
of all Middle Eastern Com- 
munists, Khaled Baqdash, has 
managed to make communism 
almost respectable in Syria. 
He can turn out a street crowd 
of several thousand whenever 
he chooses. His organizers 
have partly penetrated the 
other leftwing groups. 

But although Baqdash has 
the usual organizational ad- 
vantage of Communists every- 
where, he has ‘much less real 
appeal as yet than the other 
leftwing leaders like the 
fiery socialist, Akram Hurani, 
and the military politician, 
Capt. Saraj. Furthermore, men 
like Hurani and Saraj are 
much more nationalist than 
they are leftist. And their 
angry, suspicious and violent 
brand of nationalism does not 
lend itself to final domination 
by the Communists. 

As for Saudi Arabian bribe 
money, this is one of the most 
extraordinary phenomena in 
the whole Middle East. In 
Syria and Lebanon, the main 
centers of expenditure, the 
Saudi Arabian government is 
rather reliably reported to be 
investing something like a half 
a million a month of its Ameri- 
can oil dollars in politicians 
and the press. 

You hear well-authenticated 
tales of organized press visits 
to Saudi Arabia, in the course 
of which the Syrian and Leb- 
anese editors were each sweet- 
ened by a tactful little enve- 
lope containing the equivalent 
of $1200—which is a lot of 
money hereabouts. Anyone 
who wants to start a news 
paper in Damascus, however 
silly his rag may be, can re- 
portedly count on a sufficient 
monthly subvention from the 
Saudi Embassy to make jour- 
nalism a paying proposition. 

The stories of Saudi pur- 
chases of politicians of all 
colors are equally well authen- 


ticated and even more numer- 
ous. Altogether, the discovery 
of oil in Saudi Arabia has 
brought a glowing new pros- 
perity to public life in this part 
of the world. 

But Communist organization 
only gives impetus; Saudi 
money only imposes unanim- 
ity. The real direction of Sy- 
rian affairs comes from t, 
and more specifically from 
Egypt's Gamal Abdel Nasser. 


UNDOUBTEDLY. Nasser’s 
authority in Syria is strongly 
reinforced by the other mem- 
bers of the “troika.” Undoubt- 
edly, too, Egyptian authority is 
all the easier to assert because 

yrian politics currently re- 
sembles nothing so much as a 
basket of eels. All the eels are 
in competition. The Egyptians, 
so to speak, hold every eel by 
the tail. Even Capt. Saraj does 
not apparently have the 
strength to take over the gov- 
ernment without Egyptian 
backing, which there is good 
reason to believe he would 
like to have but cannot get. 

For the purpose of any prac- 
tical analysis of the Middle 
Eastern situation, it is vitally 
important to note these truly 
remarkable features of the sit- 
uation here in Syria. But one 
should not stop there. Nor- 
mally, the Communist organi- 
zation would not be so effec- 
tive. The Saudi bribery would 
arouse more indignation. The 
Egyptian leadership of Syria 
would be resented. 

But recent history, and par- 
ticularly the Palestine war. 
has created an abnormal 
mood in Syria, in which Gamal 
Abdel Nasser’s special blend 
of militarism and anti-West- 
ernism: have a ret appeal. 
And it is this all-dominating 
mood which causes the activi- 
ties of Nasser's allies to be. 
tolerated, as it also caused the 
voice of Nasser to be heeded 
at all times. 


Crest yt 1E. To 


“.., And while it’s customary to blame the parent for 
the child's behavior, we must not lose sight of the fact 
that it’s the parent, who pays our fees!!..." 


The Gallup Poll 


Ike Gains a Little 
In Try With Adlai 


By George Gallup 
Director, American Institute of Publis 
Opinion 

PRINCETON, N. J., May 2:combination that the Demo- 

If Adiai BE. Stevenuon, current-|crats cou'd offer. 
the top Democratic candi-| Results show that the wares 
ate favorite in Institute polls,/of this GOP ticket over the 
were ofposing President Eisen-|Democratic ticket is net as 
hower in an election today, vot-|wide as it is in the case of the 
érs questioned in a “trial heat” |Eisenhower-Stevenson trial 
isurvey throughout the country | heat, due to a shift on the part 


Washington Scene e « e« By George Dixon 
A Beef in the Pork Barrel 


REP. JOHN TABER of New 
York, who would be chairman 
of the House Appropriations 
Committee if the Republicans 
would only ~ _ 
win a few be 
more elec 
tions, is the 
Nation's No. 1 
anti-pork bar- 
relist. 

In the 34 
years he has 
been on Capi- 
tol Hill, the 
a , x Taber co 

as come 
synonym ous Dixon 
with economy. The 76-year-old 
dollar-saver is known affec- 
tionately as “Meat Ax.” He ac- 
quired this sobriquet at the 
beginning of the GOP 80th 
Congress when he found him- 
self elevated to Appropriations 
chairman and reporters asked 
him about the impending Tru- 
man budget. 

He hadn't seen the budget; 
in fact it hadn't yet been pre- 
pared. Nevertheless he 
snapped: “I'm going to cut it 
with a meat ax'” 

At one time or another, 
“Meat Ax” has had every mem- 
ber of Co ss mad at him, 
because if there is one thing a 
Congressman loves it is politi- 
cal pork. Rather than have it 
eliminated from his diet he 
would endure political trichi- 
nosis. 

But now the Air Force is 
muttering that the old pork 
barrel nemesis is trying to 
preserve some pork for his 
Own district. 


say they would vote as follows:|of some Democrats and Inde- 
“Suppose the presidential elec-|pendents to the Stevenson-Ke- 
tion were being held today. If fauver ticket. 
President Eisenhower were the, It carrot be said definitively 
Republican candidate and Adlai whether the Democratic combi- 
|Stéverison were the Democratic nation does better because of 
‘candidate, which would you like Senator Kefauver or because of 
‘to see win?” \Nixon’s name on the GOP 


THE AIR FORCE wants to 
close Sampson Air Force Base, 
near Geneva, N. Y., citing 
economy reasons. But the 
economy man is trying to keep 
it open. Not only that, but he 
wants to move the headquar- 
ters of tie Continental Air 
Command—charged with the 
air defense of the entire Unit- 
ed States—from Mitche] Air 
Force Base on Long Island to 
his district. 

This last caused the big ruc- 
tion because the Air Force is 
dead set against ~ gee 
CONAC from Mitchel, al- 
though many residents of that 
crowded part of Long Island 
want it moved. In fact, a num- 
ber of Long Island organiza- 
tions charge that Secretary of 
the Air Force Donald Quarles 
won't move it simply because 
he is too pigheaded. 

Taber kept out of this 
argument. But he introduced 
a bill to keep Sampson func- 
tioning, and then went before 
the ouse Armed Services 
Committee in support of it. 

Every member of this com- 
mittee is extremely ous 
of the fact that, if the Repub- 
licans regain control, he will 
have to go to Taber, hat in 
hand, if he wants any pork 
barrel appropriations for his 
district. So all were pain- 
fully polite to “Meat Ax.” 

They murmured sympatheti- 
cally: “Ah, old ‘Meat Ax’ prob- 
ably hates to do this, but he 
has been pressured into it by 
interests in his district.” 
Nevertheless a number of 


IKE vs. STEVENSON ticket. 
62% | The vote nationwide: 


EISENHOWER & NIXON 


them, including Taber's usual- 
ly stanch GOP colleague, 
Rep. Walter Norblad of Ore- | 
gon, decided that Taber's pitch 
for keeping Sampson open 
should be subjected to closer 


scrutiny. 7 36 
. . ays figures represent a 
THEY SUMMONED before |siight gain for Eisenhower over 

the Armed Services Commit- ithe last month. 

tee, Under Secretary of the! As reported in April, the fig- 
Air Force James H. Douglas. |yres were Eisenhower 61 per 
The latter contradicted virtu- nent, Stevenson 37 per cent, 
ally everything Taber had said with 2 per cent undecided. 
about the virtues of Sampson |Fiiminating the undecided, the lh eabh daem seoah one 
A shortcomings of |figures were Eisenhower 62 per classify themse Bye Repub- 
ie it iq (Cet, Stevenson 38 percent. iiicans is virtually the same as 
Douglas declared it would) Political observers, noting|i, i. ¢,- Eisenhower when he 

be a gross waste of the tax- fisenhower’s margin over Stev-|sione is matched against Ste 
payers money to keep Samp- |enson today, will be reminded | anson ’ s 


son in operation. He said it | 936 , 
would oe de $720,000 just to of the 1 presidential elec- | Here is the vote on the two 
’ ition, when Franklin D. Roose- |; k by ; 
move some of the installations ivelt, in his bid for a second! tekets by pany affiliation: 
from Long Island to upstate jterm, polled 62.5 per cent of the | ep. Dem. 


New York, and that when the ‘two-party vote, compared tome 91% 23% 65% 


move was made, there would | | 
be ne fit place to install them. cues went for Alfred M. | Stevenson- . - “ 
° 3 7 


vs. 
STEVENSON & KEFAUVER 
undecided, the above figures |». nnower-Nixon 


64% Stevenson-Kefauver 
Undecided 


hower and Nixon polled 55.4 
per cent, compared to 44.6 per 
cent for the Democratic ticket 
of Stevenson and Sparkman. 
When voters are asked to 
choose Letween the two tickets, 


Douglas tried to jab Taber | One significant finding in the |,,etauver . 
into retreating from the iat lastest survey is that three out Undecided 


barrel, but Taber kept ‘of every 10 Democrats today “in 


In 


Nixon Backs ‘General-Welfare State’ 


4 said: 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD | 
_ *% Wednesday, May 23, 1956 15 + 


dis 


With Minimum of Federal Controls 


NIXON—From Page 1] ,peting public lines against pri- will consult with those. who 
'vate lines.” will be subject to the law. In, 


tem of gov-| After the Eisenhower Admin-) 
re eco: ya system gov-) letration took over in Washing- administering a law, we will 
‘ton in 1953, Vice President ask the advice and assistance 


Opening his campaign at @iviton felt that the United of individuals and organizations 


Republican Lincoln Day rall¥ crates Government was at last 
| : Siiwho are familiar wit the 
in Pomona, on February 12, oat am the course he. believed aha: h 


1946: “We must bring the Gov-| 
“We aim to strengthen and “he Constitution says that 


ernment back from Washington | 
into the hands of all the people,! denen the ideal of freedom)Ur Federal Government exists > 
told the to promote the general welfare. ., 


for the evils of personal govern. + 
ment have led to the verge of - en ot Advethane of the [here is a difference between 
chaos. It is important to reduce|4 meric¢an Newspaper Pub. the general welfare and the 
the fields of necessary goverN-|ji-ners Association, in April, Welfare state. In the welfare 
ment control to bare essen.ials,/i959 “We hope to encourage *t2te the Government absorbs 
for whoever leans upon th@/anq gid other peoples to. enjoy the citizens and private groups. . 
Govérnment will find that the|in, came blessings of freedom !t May smother them with 
Government wll eventually|,);-o9d In this sense our for--"°"°Y, but nonetheless it * 
control him . . . eign and domestic policies are *MOthers them. They are reg- 
On the question of develop-| one freedom is our goal. ulated from cradle to grave. ~ 
ment of natural resources, Nix-| «Let ys examine the objec- “In the genetal-welfare state 
on’s basic philosophy again'tives of the Eisenhower Ad- the Government is the servant 
was at work. In his campaign ministration at home in the ° the citizen. It seeks to help, 4/ 
for the Senate in 1950, he said: |jight of our goal of freedom Ot control. It promotes rather |. 
“We must not allow progress | for al] men. than absorbs the free énergies . 
to be retarded by quarreling; “We wish to restore to the Of labor, business and the 
among ourselves over SUCRineople much of the power {@rmer. 
questions as whether power which has centered in the Fed-| |e believe in the general- 
should be furnished by public|eral Government during the Welfare state. We must have 
or private interests. ... As far past 20 years. laws, regulations and controls. 
as the power issue is concerned,| “Concentration of power is A>solute freedom is anarchy. 
I say it should be resolved on | dangerous even when it is nec- BUt we do not seek laws and , 
the basis of. who can furnish essary. Power corrupts even controls for their own sakes. . 
the best service to the people the strongest of men. The’task;O"!¥ when the general wel- 
at the lowest cost—public or of this Administration is to re {9T¢ of the common good of > 
private companies.” verse the process of the last the Nation demands it should -; 
But he was firmly for local'20 years. We must examine “Overnment step in and reg- 
control. with a fresh eye every function “late the conduct or property 
And, in the last analysis, he of the Federa! Government. of its citizens. 
was for private enterpris¢é “This Administration aims to| , \@W8 seek the common good 
where it could do the job. He restore power to the average of all, not the selfish interests 
“Generally speaking, I citizen. We will give back to Of the few. An Administration 
would not favor the extension the states and the local com. Which accepts this policy is 
of Government ownership or munities any functions which '0¥4! to the spirit of our Con >} 
operations in the so-called pub-'they can and should handle. Stitution. It is safeguarding 
lie utility field except in those When a problem must be han- 24 promoting the freedom of . 
cases where it is established died on the national scale we 4™erican citizens.” 
that existing private utility will keep as close as possible {Copytie® 1996 by James Keogh, thee 
companies are unable to fur-\to the average man who is af- ecition by J P. Putnam's Sons — 
nish necessary service. .. .I do 


THURSDAY: 
not favor construction of com-| Labor Policies. 


fected by our actions. Farm and 


“If a law must be written we 


Congress Actions Y esterday, Today 


TODAY 


Renate 
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to consider profecte on Lower Misstee ~ 
sipni River 1304 New Bide 
Rules. 10 a m. Open. Bolling special 
: nie on HR. 462, to cr@ate stande 
ittee on administrative procee- 
David W. Peck of 
sion of Supreme Court. 


id F. Maxwell. president- 
Storey 


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; M orderman |\Buec. Hardy subcomtie on ts 
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b4 Me port conspiracy Witnesses lard 
— “e* Uphaus. director of Werld Fellowship .. 
amd exec secy. of United States Spon- 
rine Committee of Communist-organ- 
Peace Conference in 1952, 
Wallace, undercover agents 
national beara 
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“Renate Permanent arostisewne Subd- 48, domain 

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viet emigres here under false TWentitics Seas Open. Boykin sub< °.. oH. Bs | on 


to provide for transfe: itt 
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Met at noon 
Passed compromise farm bill 
ine auihorization for $1.200.000 


190 bank 

R Pecsed and sent to House a $2.018.331,« 
8 money bill tOfinance the Agricul- 

the fiscal year bee 


includ. 
oa 


ing like a Taber-toothed tiger 
for his hog jowl and bacon. He 
refused to give up even when 
the Air Force champion quit 
boxing, and took these round- 
wallops at Sampson: 

Blow 1—It doesn't have ade- 
quate housing, nor a. large 
enough reserve population 
upon which to draw in an 
emergency. 

Sock 2—It doesn’t have any 
hangars. 


Eisenhower . 
Stevenson .. 
Undecided 

that 
‘stronger in every section af the 
‘country than he did in 1952, 


with the most notable gains oc-| 
curring in the industrial East how people say they would vote 


say they would like to see 
Eisenhower win, as follows: 


| 


Of interest also is the fact 
Eisenhower today runs 


than 1¢. 
interpreting today’s trial 
heat results, it is necessary to 
keep two things in mind: 

1. By its nature, a trial heat 


Ind. 
refiects the popularity of the 


candidates to a 
than the 
ties. In all U. S. elections, both 
candidate popularity and party 
popularity, as well as issues, 
are important. 
2. The ‘survey 


‘ater extent 


pularity of the par-|} 


“i ofc 
is based on 


and in the agricultural Mid-\if an election were being held 


Haymaker 3—lIt isn’t fit for | ’ 

ater OF | west. today. Obviously, economic con- 

(Copyright. 1956. King Features 
Syndicate, Inc.) 


graphical regions: \will have an important bearing | 


These Days 


Food and Friends 


JAPAN HAS been short of 
food since the Meiji Revolu- 
tion (1868) opened the modern 
era of that country's history. 
The food ques- 
tion has al- 
ways been up- = 
permost in the 
minds of Jap- 
anese states- 
men, as only 
20 per cent of 
that country’s 
land is arable, 
and as the 
population in- 
creased, it was ’ 
necessary. to Sokolsky 
import iarger quantities of 
rice, wheat, and soy beans 
from other countries. Many 
Japanese thought that the best 
solution for Japan's shortage 
of food was to conquer Man- 
churia. That the Japanese did 
in 1931, but it proved to be a 
mistake because the United 
States objected to it and Japan 
became, in time, involved in 
adevastating war which 
brought only defeat. 

Since then Japan not. only 
lost all the territory acquired 
subsequently to 1931, but also 
Formosa, which had come into 
Japanese rossession in 1895. 


SO, THE United States has 
been contracting to sell Japan 
sorely needed foodstuffs from 


our vast*surpluses. This has *—- 


stirred up a tirade among the 
Communists, particularly in 
Peking, where plans have long 


been afoot for a Marxist revo- | A i. roman List 
| poi Tt £ 

The P | 

Chinese, International Service, | 

in radio broadcasts in Japa-| 


lution in Japan based on an in- 
adequate food supply. 


nese. devoted itself to a 

lengthy attack on the United 

States for imposing upon Ja- 
barley, rice, cotton, to- 
. corn and wheat. 

“One of the U., S. colonial 
policies at present is to force 
the Asian and African coun- 
tries to import United States 
surplus foods. 
tyyr surplus foods, in con- 


EAST jon the outcome of the Novem-| 


(1952 Bisenhower vote: 
Eisenhower 
Stevenson 


By George Sokolsky Undecided 


55 27%) 
67% didater are. 


vege right. 1956 
American Institute of Publis Opinion 


) MIDWEST 
‘1952 Elsenhower vote 
Fisenhower 


| 
"bee, | State of Siege 


With the aoe . 


junction with the so-called 
MSA military aid under the 
Mutual Security Act, the 
United States is attempting to 
bring under its control the na- 
tional economy of the recipi- 
ents. By this device, the United 
States. has concluded three 
agreements on surplus foods 
with Japan, beginning in 
March, 1954.” 

Most of these products are 
not grown sufficiently in Ja- 
pan. Some of them, before 
the war, were imported from 
Manchuria, North China, 
French Indochina, Siam and 
even from the United States. 

One complaint now being 
made is that the Americans 
are trying to get the Japanese 
to eat bread and drink milk. 
True, these are novel foods 
for the Japanese but I can 
recall when one of the most 
serious problems discussed in 
that country during the 1920s 
was how to make the Japanese 
taller and all the food experts 
advocated drinking milk. 


WHAT THE Peking Chinese 
must be worried about is that 
they had been hoping to bar- 
ter Manchurian wheat and 
beans, Honan cotton and to- 
bacco for Japanese machinery 
and other manufactured prod- 


Stevenson 
Undecided 
the Japanese, with whom they | 
have quarreled since the 1880s. 
It is difficult to get at pre- 
cise figures for current inter- 
national transactions, but it 
would be interesting te know 
exactly how much. this food 
contract amounts to and at 
what prices the food was sold 
to Japan and whether the Jap- 
anese are getting credits, or 
grants, or are paying in some 
manner. In a word, is the 
transfer of these food stocks a 
kindness on the part of the 
United States to the Japanese 
people who need to eat better 


eed atree on . . 
4 |Ordered in Haiti | 
‘1952 Bisenhower votre: 
Eisenhower 
Stevenson 
Undecided 
FAR WEST 
(1952 Eisenhower vote 
Eisenhower : 
Stevensor 
‘Undecided 


50% May 22 \®—A wave of student 

‘riots in Haiti has led the gov- 

‘ernment to declare a. state of 

ssacy | Siege (modified martial law) in| 

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hower for President and Nixon /| 4nd a policeman were wounded. | 
for Vice President against a| One school was set on fire. 
Democratic ticket of Stevenson| The Government contends 
and Kefauver. Many observers a tm yo eye gs pd 
than they do? consider a Stevenson-Kefauver | Students a ‘ 
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Ur eS Aid S a fet y P a trol M embers sage? Pole Jopese Rear |tempting to lay a sewer line for! pan of entering her property| 26. tion and about 100 feet of nied 
a t.), pe a terd ns th Fairfax County before negotia-|and cutting timber without her| William Bell, sanitation de- line for which negotiations by 
| et), Said yesterday wheather tions are completed with the;consent or “any apparent partment official, said the Pap- the county have not yet been 


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An 10-year-old-girl who pulled *\observations made on Antare- y owner, iright” known to her. Hearing’pas property is the proposed completed. 


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For Retire several children from the path , — tica during ce nigt 
. ‘of a speeding auto and an 11-| © | ee “Operation sigaee”.| #&ve Pappas, owner of 3.5 , me 
yege-eks a a oe ——_ COU bor pghh hs $ - | Ca SE 3 « ee : 
T. James Tumulty (D-| \prevented a serious accident Bae 4% \will save the a hed ie ew 
e¢ : yo. (Will be honored today by the) ail te ei world billions ~ 8 (make more accurate weather | EFS tp i | 


N. J.) promised 650 retired Fed- | american Automobile Associa-| % & of dollars. i> » "3% predictions as ‘a result of the 
eral employes at a banquet last tion and the Optimist Club of | | bie. | Dufek told Be 2a | studies. 


night he will do all he can to) Arlington. ; - the Sertom afi ta Another result of the mas-| £feeeed al ae an 
help get them more retirement Helena Averill, fifth-grader| zs ae CC Club at a 7” sive operations will be to pin-| Wie! ; tee 2 tf 
benefits. at Oakridge School, was at her | ) luncheon in the | point the location of the geo-| ‘Soa § ; 
" |post as a member of the School! i= | |Manger Hamil- , |magnetic pole, which is used | | Lime Re, j 
The group, delegates to the Safety Patrol last Oct. 12 when ) iton Hotel that ‘to guide ballistic missiles. Min-| litt. e Ores Pe te) 


largest convention in the 36-\an automobile sped toward a) Imeteorolo-. leral deposits found on the | bah aes a! 
year history of the National As-| group of children just stepping) ane — gists through. Dates continent are not “commercial: | ee At i x 
sociation of Retired Civil Em-|off the curb. AAA officials said’ «os bo be honored out the world will be able to | ly valuable,” he said. : Sings? 
ployees, are meeting at the Ra- she pulled several of them to 7 sili on 
leigh Hotel in their fourth bien. ren oo is yg gag of expert will present Merftert NS 
nial meeting. rmy Col. an rs. William . vi! OF10Us | oe 
Tumulty gave an informal’ P. ee ee 20th .st. Service medals to the two chil-| CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: 
talk. He was introduced by) /oseph I. Abell, sixth grader dren at an Optimist Club lunch. 
Toastmaster and former Sen. at aay kage School, noticed/eon at the "Washington Gert) ITS HEALING MESSAGE FOR MEN 
James M. Mead, a New York/4 5us going too fast to yield and Country Club. ” 
Democrat. The banquet was the right-of-way to children < AND NATIONS 
held at the Willard. oe to cross the street at 
The 3-day convention will his Safety Patrol post last Sep. ¢ 
wind up today with a speech|tember. He warned them in YOUR a A FREE LECTURE 
this morning by Rep. George ae to avert what could have 
M. Rhodes (D-Pa.), election of been a serious accident, AAA . by 
officers in an afternoon session Officials said. Joseph is the son HANDWRITING: | 
and a reception at 7 p. m. at of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Abel, CLUE T0 | FRIEDRICH PRELLER. CS.B., of Berlin-Dahlem. Germany 
NACE headquarters, 1625 Con-|1902 N. Quincy st., Arlington. ember of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church. The 


necticut ave. nw. | Jack Ryvicker, AAA safety YOUR HEALTH! | inst Church of Uhrist, Scientist, in Boston. Mass. 
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Gallaudet College || handwriting can ye real —_ 
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benefits proposed by Johnston 
These are among the amend- 
ments under consideration: 

- @ To permit employes to use 
a 2 per cent formula to com- 


pute their annuities on service : 

after next Jan. 1 instead of on) 

past service as proposed by| } 
Johnston. The Johnston pro- 
posal would have the effect of) | 
in the annuities of*those who 

retire after next Jan. 1. as high 

as § «30 per cent over the 

amounts now available. 


* To knock out of the John- 
#ton bill the provision to per- 


mit employes to retire after 30 
ars of service regardless of) ; 
ge and at smaller reductions | 
the annuities of those who) 
® under age 60. Retirement | 
would remain unchanged 
nder the Administration pro- 
; ® To strike out the provision | : 
fm the Johnston bill to permit 
; 


employe with less than 20 
rs of Federal service to get 


ial Security credits for his) 
ernment service. This pro-| 
4 ion is estimated to save| 
t $12 million a year. | 
’ To give the Treasury Sec- 
brefary discretion in fixing the | : 
rest rate paid on moneys in 
he Civil Service Retirement. : 
und. The Johnston bill would 
reeze the rate at 3% per cent. | : 


®* To limit the amounts x 


could be paid survivors to 


eo > ~ 
$1800 a year for surviving chil- 
Sicnaes “at _no increase in price! 
ploye’s basic salary, nally, . 
to reduce the benefits that a oe 
could be paid members of Con- | | 
gress under the Johnston bill, : . 
After 5 years under the John- : 
ston bill, an eligible memoper 
of Congress could retire on an 


$18,000 annuity. 


H-Bomb Dropper 


Returns to Base 


ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., May! | 
22 (INS)—The giant B-52 inter-) | 
continental bomber that drop-| 
ped the H-bomb at Namu isle 
Sunday is back at its homefield 
at Kirtland Air Force Base near) 
Albuquerque 

The Barbara Grace, command- 
ed by Maj. Datid M. Critch-| 
low of Sacramento, Cailif., | 
landed unannounced about mid- | 
night and the crew was given a) 
well-deserved rest. The bomber, 
left Honolulu at 3 p. m. Monday) 
‘6 p. m. PDT) and apparently 
flew nonstop to Kirtland. 

Kirtland officials said the 
aircraft would resume its reg- 
ular schedule involving se-' 


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made no decision on ad- Rudolph-Shabinsky, testified'zone of Germany ‘ta. 
Avotins that four Russianspe defected 


i ate (Red Kidnaping Is Laid ies ertcen me ten tha fur uv ¢naneetg Sad Sued om 
; . 7 - S . E ‘China. The iach 80 far Red ae Viadimirin the American occupation thorities the year before 
Cains Retrench /0 54ccesses in Europe ~ : 

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During Dispute 


Tnited Press 
Senate investigators were Soviet tanker Tuapse came to 
Associated Press a ad ” 
The Harry P. Cain family is| derogatory information in their Similar “outrages” were suc- 


told yesterday that Soviet se-|the United States after their 
ee » Ship was captured by National- 
cret police were “emboldened” - China off Formosa. They 
“hattening down the hatches” files. cessful in free-world occupa- 
financially—in the words of In his Thursday speech Cajn tion zones in Europe. — a | 
Mrs. Cain—to ride out the referred to President Eisen- Mrs. Emily Kingsbery, secre- spring 


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to kidnap five refugee Russian suddenly Jeft New York to ee | i ET OO K” 
seamen last month because return to Russia. | AN DC RA E DD L 
storm over the |hower as the “champ” but said tary for a group known as the’ 6/ 
open to “a sucker punch.” He’ kidgnapings, told the Senate In. USS es. SPECIAL! 


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The State Department denied 
a report yesterday that it has 
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dispute be- luse of such figures leaves him Committee to Combat Soviet 

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band and the took the view that the Presi- : . : 

Eisenhower dent is being kept from knowl- — “eve we oscars uti YOUR BEST BUY 
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| Mrs. Cain echoed that idea 
‘in an interview. members of the crew of goed 
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Talk about the Truman - —— 
deep freeze,” she said. “There's | 


a New England freeze around Ai» Pollution Called 


Senator from 
Washington 
and member of 
the Subversive 2 
Activities Con- : 
trol Board, cli- Cain . Eisenhower.” : 
maxed a long series of attacks! She did not elaborate but r } 
on the Administration's secur- her reference to gifts of freezer Factor in Lung Cancer 
ity program last Thursday with chests to officials in the Harry NEW YORK, May 22 (INS) 
the sharpest-worded speech he Truman Administration was pr Leonard Greenburg, Com- 
has made on the subject. He obvious and she went from the ‘asi ot v 4 aes 
broadly indicated he did not ex- “New England freeze” phrase missioner of | ew or ity * 
pect reappointment, ‘to this mention of Sherman Department of Air Pollution 
Today Mrs. Cain confirmed Adams, former Governor of Control, today urged “urgent. 
that the family is getting ready te ee and chief and vigorous action” to control | 
with these moves: ite House aide: air pelletion st the S84 anneal 
They have rented out their Defends Husband's Record |/meeting of the National Tuber-| 


expensive home seo! _ “Sherman Adams says this is culosis Association at the Hotel 
moved into a small apar' canal just a quarrel between Harry Statler. 

Mrs. Cain, an noes gts rts d the Attorney General.) Greenburg said statistical 
interior decorator and t job, 2 nat isn’t so. This is a deep evidence was building up to! 
cal designer, has taken - . and fundamental issue. of vita] indicate that “a portion of the 
with a decorating shop oy o ' importance to the country, and |imerease of lung cancer is due 
tained a license to sell rea I'm sure the President would to air pollution.” There is good 
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She will go to Tacoma next 
month to sell property they own 
there. 


“Gee, We Sleep Well” 


Mrs. Cain explained: 

“When a ship is going into a 
storm you don't leave all the 
hatches open. You just fasten 
down the hatches and ride out 
the storm together. 

“We are prepared to make 
any sacrifices necessary for 
what we believe in so strongly. 
You cant be effective and 
strong if you walk with fear. 
A man must live with’ his con- 
science. 

“Gee, we sleep well.” 

Their main concern, Mrs. 
Cain said. is the education of 
their children, Harry III, 18, a 
freshman at Stanford Univer- 
sity, and “Candy,” 12, who has 
moved with her parents into 
the one-bedroom apartment. 

Cain has centered his criti- 
cism of the security program 
on what he describes as injus- 
tice to individual Federal em- 
ployes, suspended and jobless 
while they wait out long delays 
in final judgment on security 
charges. He also has fired 
broadsides at what he called 
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Calls Ike the “Champ” 
His contention, paralleling 
Democratic criticism. is that 


the Administration's figures on 
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get him to listen.” 

Mrs. Cain said it is her policy 
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talking about his own affairs, 
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Mrs. Cain spoke of “the faith 
and devotion” she and her hus- 
band feel for President and 
Mrs. Eisenhower themselves, 
but commented that “no team 
is stronger than its weakest 
men.” 


She said she sees no tncon- 
sistency between her husband's 
conservative record as a Sena- 
tor and his present champion- 
ship of accused Government 
employes. 

She called him “a true con- 
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would “always be the one who 
would catch a pendulum that 


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or the right,” she said. 

Mrs. Cain expressed some be- 
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can Party “fails to show appre- 
ciation” for her husband. She 
called the SACB post a “bone” 
tossed to him, but said “he 
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To Screen Cases 


Parks Chiet 
Defers to 
Youth Judge 


By Eve Edstrom 
Staff Reporter 

Juvenile Court Judge Edith 
H. Cockrill was “100 per cent 
right” in asking that the Park 
Police screen juvenile cases be- 
fore bringing them to her court 

Tois was the stateme tt of 
Edward J. Kelly, superint-nd- 
ent of the National Capital 
Parks, who yesterday sought to 
scotch rumors of a controversy 
between Park Police and Juve- 
nile Court. 


Following a conference with) 


Judge Cockrill, Kelly § an- 
nounced that immediate steps 
would be taken to obtain the 
help of the Metropolitan Police 
Department's Youth Aid Divi- 
sion in working out proper 
juvenile screening methods. 

Furthermore, Kelly said Park 
Police Chief Harold F. Stewart 
immediately would “counter- 
mand” the April 27 order witich 
resulted in 44 ill-prepared Park 
Police cases being brought to 
Javenile Court last Friday. 

Kelly declared the verbal or- 
der “may have been misinter- 
preted” by Park Police  offi- 
cers. ° 

Chief Stewart, he said, in- 
tended to “tighten up” on juve- 
nile cases but did not intend 
to send them all to court with- 
out screening minor first-time 
offenders. 

“IT am willing to accept Judge 
Cockrill’s appraisal that the 
cases which were brought into 


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The Federal Diary today is 
on Page 1. 


C mmerce Dept. 
31 Million 
For 2d Airport 


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WEDNESDAY, 


MAY 23, 1956 


Budget Bureau Sifts 
Request to Put | 
Project at Burke 
Into Operation 


The Commerce Depart- 
ment has sent the Budget Bu-' 
reau a request for more than 
$31 million to build a second 
‘civil airport for Washington) 
at Burke, Va., a department 
source disclosed yesterday 

The amount, said the inform-| 
ant, would be sufficient to) 
make the airport project “an) 
operating facility” within 2%) 
or 3 years on a partial basis. 
Cost of the complete project is 
estimated at $48.5 million by) 
the Civil Aeronautics Adminis | 
tration. 

If the Budget Bureau ay--| 
proves the request, presumably 
President. Eisenhower would 
forward it to Congress. 

A majority of the Senate, 
Commerce Committee has 
urged start of a rush program | 
to provide an airport at Burke,| 
some 19 miles from downtown) 
Washington. ) 

The money, it was reported, 
would be sufficient to complete | 
land acquisition, Some 4000 
acres are deemed necessary. 
The Government purchased 
900 acres for about $1 million) 
before céntroversy over the| 
site stopped the project. | 

The funds would also provide 
engineering studies, basic run-| 
ways and air traffic control! 
facilities. | 

A second airport was author-| 
ized originally in 1949 following | 
two air crashes near Washing-| 
ton National Airport that cost. 
more than 60 lives. | 


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School Board 
‘Floor’ Asked Criticized for 
For District (Building Sites 


Charley McGettigan asked for a guitar the other day. The 
request, coming from an ordinary 9-year-old boy, would not 
be unusual. But Charley has been fighting for his life since 
March 4 when an exploding flare caused third degree 


Appellate Cour 
Called Too Slow 


By Morrey Dunie 
Staff Reporter 


| Alarmed by the current trend) Subsoil Tests Needed 

of Federal agencies to locate) Pofore Purchases, 

outside the District, the Wash-| . cP 
 °Fairfax Official Says 


ington Board of Trade is cam-| 

paigning for adoption of a Fairfax County school offi- 

ee te ee ment cials were criticized yesterday 
William H. Press, executive for buying school sites without} 

director of the Board, said first checking on the subsoil 

such a “floor” on the number ynder them to make sure it is’ 

of Federal employes. here 


court Friday were poorly pre- 
sented and not backed up by 
sufficient evidence,” Kelly said. 
“We have no argument with 
Judge Cockrill. She is 100 per 
cent right. The April 27 in- 
structions will be clarified.” 
But because Park Police are 
limited in manpower, Kelly 
said he hoped they would be 
able to obtain the assistance 


| 


‘eriticized for the long delay in’ 


of Inspector John E. Winters, 
ead of the Metropolitan Po- 
lice Department’s Youth Aid 
Division. 

Inspector Winters said he’ 
would coopéfate fully with 
Park Police Chief Stewart. 

Judge Cockrill said she was 
gratified that yesterday's con 
ference may result in “greater 
uniformity” in the handling of 
juvenile complaints by Park 
Polite. By this, she meant that 
they would be handled in ac- 
cord with Youth Aid Division 
procedures. 

The hour-long conference 
also was attended by Chief 
Stewart and Park Police Inves- 
tigator Porter Beale. 

The resulting statements 
were in total disagreement with 
remarks made Monday morning 
by Ralph D. Pittman, president 
of the Washington Criminal! 


would support the District 
economy and protect its tax 
base 


opment Committee and Co- 
ordinating Committee on the 
Future of Washington has been 


suitable for building. 
Board of Zoning Appeals, said 
the same problems may arise 


school site at Vienna as were 
encountered in the building) 


House Group 
Named to Seek 


Transit Answer 


-.. 


Members to Meet 
Senators in Effort 
At Compromise on | 
Opposing Bills 

By Richard L. Lyons 


Stal Reporter 
The House yesterday ap- 
pointed seven members to 
‘sit down with Senate con-| 
'ferees and try to settle wide 


New Offices, Too | 
Montgomery 
Budget Has 


Airport | tem 


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(Related story on Page 1.) 


New office buildings in Silver 


differences in the bills each Spring and Bethesda and a mu- 


* |\(D-I1L.), Rep. Walter Rogers (D- 


By Charles Del Vecchio. Staff Photographer 


burns to more than half his 


Charley Strums a Happy Tune and Looks to the Future 


body. The brave boy is im- 


proving slowly. You'll motice Charley is using his left arm 


to strum the strings. He hasn’ 


t used that arm so well since 


the day of his accident, But he still faces many skin grafts. 


Chief Judge Bolitha J. Laws, 
whose District Court has been 


civil jury trials, complained 
yesterday of delay in the appel- 
late courts. * 

In off-the-cuff remarks at the) 
Justice Department-sponsored 


\National Conference on Con-' 


gestign in the Courts, Judge 
Laws urged some 80 judges and 


The Board’s Economic Devel- on the recently botight high|bar organization leaders from 


all over the Nation to work on 
expediting appellate cases. 
Although he did not mention 


working for several weeks to of Annandale High School two'the United States Court of Ap- 


develop statistics to support 
the “floor” proposal. 


Press salt Beard statt ithe Annandale cost the County 4/.-iminals are free om bond these objectives. 


bers have been working wit 


years ago. 
Building the foundation for 


peals for the District of Colum- 
bia by name, Judge Laws de-' 
clared that in some cases here 


all the agencies dealing with quarter of a million dollars|pending appeal for as long as 


population and have almost more than it should because no a year 


reached an agreement on an 
existing population figure. This 
will be used to project future 


one investigatéd the subsoil,| 
Smith said. The builders struck 


The jurist said delay in ap- 
pellate tribunals has a bad ef- 
fect on the administration of 


population estimates, which, in an artesian well which spouted justice in trial courts. 


turn, will be used to estimate 
the number of jobs needed to 
support that population. 
“Some time back,” Press 
said, “there was more Federai 
concentration in ihe District 


than they wanted and they had 


five gallons of water a minute 
under the basement and were} 


required to build a “boat-like” | 
furnace room. | 

The trouble could have been 
avoided by building the school 


Long Opinions Cited 

One reason cited by Judge 
Laws for congestion in the ap- 
peals courts is that judges are 
writing too many long opinions 


| 


ts 


’ 


correlate data on the following 
projects: 

® The necessity for uniform 
judicial statistics. 

® The extent to which court 
systems make possible the 
services of a judge when he is 
not needed in his owl. com- 
munity. 

® The success of pretrial pro- 
cedures. 


Committee 
Hears Plea 


For Landmark 


Save Belmont House 


In’ Capitol Expansion, 


Senate Group Urged 


The Senate Public Works| 


Subcommittee yesterday took 
under advisement appeals to 
spare Belmont House and save 
a bit of American history while 
providing space to make more. 

The subcommittee heard sev- 


nicipal airport are among the 
items included in Montgomery 
County Manager M. L. Reese's 
proposed $15 million capital im- 
provement budget for 1956-57, 

Reese listed $1,450,000 to re- 
place the two present “inade- 
quate” structures, which house 
suburban county offices, police 
stations and Peoples’ Courts. 
The existing buildings will be 
sold, the county manager said, 
and the proceeds used toward 
the cost of the new buildings. 

The county manager said no 
locations for the new offices 
have been selected. 

Some $500,000 was included 
for the airport which is needed, 
Reese said, “to promote indus- 


house has passed to solve the 
District’s transit problem. 

All the House conferees sup- 
port, and are members of the 
Commerce subcommittee which 
wrote, the House bill to re- 
store to Capital Transit Co., 
with concessions, the franchise 
Congress ordered canceled 
during last summer's transit 
strike. 

They are Subcommittee 
Chairman Oren Harris (D-Ark.), 
‘Rep. John Bell Williams (D- 
'Miss.), Rep. Peter F. Mack Jr. 


Tex.), Rep. Charles A. Wolver- 
‘ton (R-N. J.), Rep. Carl Hinshaw 
| (R-Calif.) and Rep. James lI.) 
‘Dolliver (R-lowa), 

The five Senate conferees 
helped write the Senate bill 
‘creating an interim public au-| 
‘thority. It would run transit 
after the CTC expires Aug. 14 
and would give the city three 
'years to find a new private op- 
erator. 
| Numericalsuperiority of 
‘House members on the con-| 7 
ference committee does not! 
give them more votes. A ma-| 
jority o. the conferees from' 
each House must approve the 
‘agreement. | 

Senate District Committee | 
staffers said they would confer | 
with Senate conferees today! 
ahout a meeting date with the| 
House group. But there ae 
no indications of a speedy set- 
tlement. The two versions are. 
diametrically opposed. Task of | 
conferees is to find a solution 
|acceptable to each house which | 
jcan be sent to the President. 
| None of the conferees would | 


suggest publicly or privately |;,¥ 
'what the solution would be. But ern od po se cera a 


fees | anes were. being ls) Half of the amount is expected 
epee rhe ian of Daniel W, Milan: 
presidert of American Security| pending before the C 

and Trust Co. for Capital'¢ at a divine if ane 
Transit to buy out the con-| thority te ov a 5 Goumee oe. 
‘trolling group headed by Lou velopment Authority 


is | 
could operate profit-making 


Montgomery Lists 


3 Budget Hearings 


Three public hearings have 

been scheduled for the pro- 
posed Montgomery County 
budget for the 1956-57 fiscal 
ear. 
The public works, civil de- 
fense, welfare and health 
budget will be presented 
June 11 at 7:30 p. m. in the 
County Auditorium. 

The school budget will be 
reviewed June 12 at 7:30 
p. m. in the Richard Mont- 
gomery High School Audi- 
torium., 

Police, fire, library, recre- 
ation and all other budgéts 
are scheduled for June 13 at 
7:30 p. m. in the County Au- 
ditorium, 


.E. Wolfson and reorganize CTC’ 
under local ownership has at- 


tracted interest in both hovses. 


© Methods of handling court|..,) women ask that the old| 
dockets to make maximum ef-)house at 144 Constitution ave. 
ficien* use of judges, courtroom ne he saved either by exempt-|controversial figure of Wolfson 
space and court authovities. ing it from or killing a pending and retain private operation. 

® The extent to which the'bill authorizing the Govern-\which all conferees have said 
judge must control the progress|ment to take one and a half|they want. But Bell has said, | 
of litigation in the courts. blocks of private property be-.and repeated yesterday, that he 

® The responsibility of law-|tween First, Second and D sts.'can make no deal with Wolfson 
yers to assist in accomplishing |and Constitution ave. ne. for or the money-raising under- 
ipossible future expansion of writer until CTC’s franchise has 
ithe Capitol grounds. been res.ored. 

Chairman Pat McNamara’ *® Another cloacroom 
(D-Mich.) said his subcommit-| thought incorporates basic ele- 
tee probably will act on the) ments of both House and Sen- 
bill next week. He said he felt|ate bills. This says restore 
the testimony showed the|CTC’s franchise for one year 
house has “great historical sig- without the tax and speedy fare 
nificance.” ‘increase concessions in the 

The National Woman's Party,|House bill. Give Bell six 
which uses the house as its) months to buy out Wolfson. If 
headquarters, said it is believed he can’t swing it, the interim 
to be the oldest house in Wash-| public authority would go into 
ington, though much of it was/action. The District Commis-| 
rebuilt after burning by the /sioners, as its directors, would 


it, this plan would remove the’ 


Hope for Cash 


Ike Signs 
Jones Point 


Bridge Bills 


If Bell’s group could swing| 


municipal enterprises, such as 
airports. 

The proposed $15 milifon 
capital budget also includes 
$50,000 for plans and land ac- 
quisition for a Municipal Cen- 
ter in the fast-growing Wheaton 
area. As contemplated by 
Reese, the Center would con- 
tain space for a police station, 
a library, health facilities and 
an auditorium for community 
use, 

A $10,000 item was included 
for planning a proposed addi- 
tion to the County Courthhouse, 
at Rockville, to provide more 
space for land records. 

Construction of new school 
facilities would account for $8.2 
million of the capital improve- 
ment budget. Other major cap- 
ital expénditures would be for 
streets and parking lots. 


500 feet away from its present 
location, he added. 


Justice Association. 


| i serve any useful | 
He called Judge Cockrill’s which fail to serve y | 


purpose, such as giving guid- British in the War of 1812. It/ have six months to order buses 


‘a ceiling. Now the ceiling is 
meaningless.” 


criticism of the handling of | 


Press said some Federal of- 


Park Police juvenile cases the 
latest evidence of the court's 
inability to get along with other 
agencies. The association's exe- 
cutive ha agp then adopted 
a resolution calling for Judge ' ’ 
Cockrill’s replacement. . jned developed its figures. 


7 ‘ ' e t a 3 
No one connected with the In recent months, the Cen 


ficials have expressed informal 
agreement that a floor is need- 
ed. He emphasized, howeve 
that the campaign would not 
reach full force until the Board 
t 


‘on UHF Channel! 20. 


Smith recommended use of 
the $92,000 County soil survey) 
completed early this year. Soil! 


r,| experts surveyed 300 square tive Offic 


miles of the County and made) 
test borings and analyses every 
50 to 100 feet. The survey was 
financed by the County, State 
and Federal governments. 
School Superintendent W. T. 


ance to lower courts. 
According to the Administra- 
e for the Federal ju- 


he average wait be-) 


diciary, t 
tween t 
in the court o 


and its final disposition 


f appeals here 
was| 


President Eisenhower yester-|was the home of Secretary of | and get around the thorny con- 


day signed a construction trans- Treasury Albert Gallatin, who| demnation question, 


fer bill that proponents of the 
authorized Jones Point bridge 


he time a casé is filed| hope will enable building funds student of historical tt 
‘who was raised in Denmark. held to its respo sibility under totaling $212.7 


to be appropriated. 


worked out details’ of the 
Louisiana Purchase in 1803. 
Mrs. Peder Peterson Schmidt, 


homes, 


Medical Groups 
| Questions this poses ar 


is . , 
'whether CTC would take ani Get $712,700 


the franchise under such condi- Eight area h 


ospital , 
tions and whether it could be |ceived Ford F spitals have re- 


oundatian grants 
00 and the Com- 


A second bill signed by the|said she has been “appalled”|!ast year’s law requiring the|monwealth Fund has made a 


Woodson said yesterday he did|11 Federal circuit courts was row Wilson, Memorial Bridge. | 


not know the survey was com- 


Vienna. 
WARL Wants TY 


Northern Virginia Broadcast: | 
ers, Inc., (WARL) has applied | 


flight of Federal to the Federal Communications Problem Seen “Surmountable” 


Commission for a _ television 
outlet in Arlington, to operate) 


iteitton hawker was in | eral Intelligence Agency has 

The Coast and Geodetic Sur- 

Two six-year-old boys, play- Press said the proposal for) 

Lee _ in Fairfax County. |'5 quietly going on to change | 
erty, called the firemen and! 


Ideal Father Contest 


ll decided to locate at Langley,’ 
ah Friday to hear the Park Va, and the Atomic Energy 
Olce cases. Commission has announced it’ 
is moving to Gaithersburg, Md. 
Boys and Matches yy. the Bureau of Standards 
- . ‘and the Weather Bureau also 
Cause $2500 Fire j\ha@e been mentioned as con- 
\sidering moves to Maryland. 
ing with matches, started a the “floor” on Federal employ-| 
$2500 fire yesterday which ™ent is the “key” in the move 
razed a tymp-story garage and‘ Stop the 
storage room on Shreve rd. off 28emcies. He added that work 
Firemen from Falls Church °°™e of the removal plans. 
and Dunn Loring fought the 
blaze an hour and a half. Mrs. 
Lake Jones, owner of the prop- 
then rescued a late model 
Cadillac, two bicycles and a 
lawn mower. Pufaure in the 
storage room was destroyed. 


By Jean Jones 
Stef Reporter 


Two brothers from Hagers-; 
jtown,: Md., first and second 
graders in Fountaindale School, | 
‘have sent in the first two let- 


Father of 1956. | 
Harold, 8, and 
Maury, 6, are — 
trying to win 
for their dad, 
Dr. Stanley H. 
Macht, the title |. 
and an exciting ~— 
Father's Day, © 
both awards in 
The Washing- 
ton Post and Times Herald’s 
16th annual contest. 
. Both boys sent large letters 
* jon bright yellow paper. Harold's 
*\icame in first. “I like my 
best because I can depend on 
him. He is a . 
want to be like him,” writes 
‘second grader Harold. 
Maury sent in his letter with 
an assist from M on the 
“When I get in trou- 


college — save 
where earnings 


Hagerstown Brothers 
Send First Nomination 


ference on a permanent basis 


wrong he tells me the right. 
He.never yells—he is very po 
lite,” he reports. 

The first-grader’s ideal dad 
helps him care for two para- 
keets, Winky and Blinky. “My 
42 year DAD dad is a real PAL 
to 6year me and 8-year-old 
brother Harold and 13-year-old 
brother Jay,” he writes. 

You can nominate your fa- 
ther for the top pop of 1956 


oS jand win a Fathers Day, June 


17, dinner for the family at 


+ lthe Statler Hotel, Presidential 


Box seats at the Capitol Thea- 


ter for M-G-M’'s “The Catered | 


Affair,” and even a family TV 
appearance. 

Just write a letter in your 
own handwriting as Harold and 
Maury did to The Ideal Father 


dadiContest Editor, The Washing- 


73 months. The statistics) 


final disposition. 


The fast circuit was 


8.4 months as of last June 30. President gives the Potomac! at the way America tears down |COMpany to take v 
The national average for all River span a name—the Wood- historic landmarks. 


Hill 


Fourth, headquartered in Rich-/the Interior Department. The toria V. Gilbert, president of 


mond, which required only 3.5" 
months. 


; 


| 


Chief Judge Hemry W. Edger- 
ton of the appellate cour? here 
had no comment to make on 
Judge Laws’ remarks. 

The two-day conference at 
which Judge Laws made his 
statements closed with the 
unanimous adoption of a report 
asserting the problem of court 
congestion “is so serious in 
some areas as to constitute a 
threat to the effective admin- 
istration of justice,” but that 
it is “surmountable.” 

The report placed the con- 


with its principal function dur- 
ing the next year to gather and 


City Heads Honor 


Election Board 


The three members af the 
District Board of Elections and 
their advisor, Sturgis W , 
were presented certificates of 


commendation from the Dis 
trict Commissioners yesterday. 


nr to house Johns Hopkins Uni- 


the city’s first election in 83 
years had carried out the job 
splendidly at great personal 
sacrifice. 

Recipients of the awards 
were Newell W. Ellison, chair- 


Board, snes Sens does classified 


signed measure calls for Vir- 
ginia and Maryland to share 
the yearly maintenance and, 
operation costs and permits 
changes in design plans that 
reportedly will save $500,000. 

Appropriations committees of | 
both the Senate and House 
have withheld requests for 
$13.8 million in construction 
funds and $500,000 for land 
acquisition on the Maryland 
side until the bridge was as- 
signed to the proper Govern- 
ment agency. 

President Eisenhower recent- 
ly forwarded to Congress a 
supplemental appropriation re- 
quest that included funds for 
construction and land acquisi- 
tion, 


the National Association of 


Women Lawyers. 


Policeman Accused 


Of Sleeping at Post 

A policeman with 14 years 
service was accused yesterday 
of neglect of duty in falling 
asleep while assigned to watch 
a firealarm box at 53d and 
Blaine sts. ne. 


car tracks. 


Preservation of the house also! ; roy 
The transfer bill places re- was urged by Mrs. Porter Dale, | called the Commissioners “two- 

pleted. He said it will be used! showed that the appellate court|sponsibility for building the widow of the Vermont Senator,| faced” in expressing a desire a. 
before building the school at for the Ninth Circuit, In the | bridge, designed as a major by- who was.the last private owner for private-operated transit but 
The 25-acre site was Far West, was the slowest, tak-| pass south of Washington, upon of the house in the 1920s: Mrs. failing to transmit the Bell plan 
bought last week for $78,750. ing 15.8 months from filing tO 'the Bureau of Public Roads. Matheus Smith. speaking for to the Senate District Cor-mit- 
|When authorized, the bridge in- the Capitol 


| South East? Ben 
the correctly had been assigned to Citizen's Association, and Vic-| transit bill. 


p the street-|¢500,.000 grant to the George 
| Washington School of Medi- 
cine. 

The Ford grants were made 
part of the second phase of 
the Foundation’s $200 million 
program. The George Washing- 
ton University grant was part 
of a $4.85 million award to 
iseven universities by the Com- 
monweath Fund which is an 
educationdl foundation of New 


Rep. Joel T. Broyhill (R-Va.) 


tee when it was considering its 


Commissioner Robert FE. Me- 
Laughlin said: “We discussed 
this with Mr. Bell and said it 
was perfectly all right with us 
if he told tenet about it. 
It is an interesting proposal 
but it was just a plan and has 
not been implemented. ‘e@| 
would be very happy to see rea- 
sonable private owners operate 
transit.” 

Gas tax concessions granted 
CTC in the House bill brought) 


a request for similar treatment Todavy’s Chuckle 


k. 

Hospitals receiving Ford 
funds are: Columbia Hospital 
for Women, $47,700; Hahne- 
mann, $10,450; Providence, $67,- 
950; Washington Sanitarium, 
$59,350; Leland Memorial, $12,- 
|350, and Montgomery Coufty 
General, $14,900. 


Deputy Police Chief Howard 
V. Covell said Pvt. Vernon M. 
Reynolds, 44, of 540 48th pl. ne., 
will face a trial board hearing 
Friday on two counts. Reynolds 
was assigned to watch the 
alarm »ox May 10 after a num- 
ber of false alarms. 


from a taxicab spokesman xtil- | There are two kinds of peo- 


terday. “If any one public util- 

lity oven relief from paying | Ple in the world—the good and 
‘this tax, all other public utili-| the bad. The good decide which 
‘ties should be exempted,” said |48_ Which. 

IE. Erwin Dollar, executive vice | 

| president of Associated Taxicab | 


‘Operators, Inc. Our 54th Year 


Zoning Amendment 


Sought 


Plans for the construction of 
a $600,000 building in Bethesda 


versity’s Operations Research 
office were outlined yesterday 
to the Montgomery County 
Council. 

Joseph DiMarzo, business 
manager of the non-profit or- 


he gets me out. When I do 


a 


Johns Hopkins U. Planning $600,000 
Research Office Building in Bethesda 


DiMarzo asked the council 
to amend the county zoning 
ordinance to permit construc- 
tion on residentially zoned 
land. The Council agreed to 
start legal moves to authorize 
the project. 

e first portion of the build- 
i lanned for construction 
wi only about one fourth 
its eventual size. 

In other business, the council 
adopted an ordinance setting a 
new 2cent tax on every pack 
of cigarettes sold in the county. 

tax, onary July om ex- 


Let The Shade Shop 


RENOVATE 


Your Blinds 
and Shades 


One-day Service 
on most work 


brought to our plant 
Venetian blinds repainted, 
parts replaced. 
shades washed, 
turned, or replaced. 
Experts Will Call 
and Estimate 
8 AM. to 9 P.M.. 


Showrooms open 8 to 5:30 
Saturday & to 1 


Free Parking 


The Shade Shop 


and Affiliated Products 
2214 M St. N.We 
RE. 7-6262 


troversial bill authorizing the 
county to issue a $3 million 
bond issue to finance construc- 
tion of the Silver Spring Hos- 
pital were offered by Council 
Chairman Robert Snure. - | 

One would exclude all pres- 
ently incorporated areas from 
the 7-cent property tax to be 
levied on the 13th election dis- 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD, Axel E. Johnson Dead;|Fred Gregg, [prayer tor today 


Our Father in heaven, we 


Two Women Kille d Ratlroad Man, Linguist Ex-Teacher _'s: ii". u2"'v" 


Funeral services for Axel E.,this country in 1901, landing in be ne eee ae See ee ne 
Johnson, 72, who is reported to New York. He moved to Wash- Of Sciences ating eb Pagal 
_|have been the official interpre-| ington about two years later.) ~ we re Png Bagge 

ter for the pond Ford peace He was a longtime naturalized shicweacteil on na See 


a e 
mission in. , jeitizen. 
In District Crashes World War I, — He spoke five languages, Bre Ring Fermin f “aad thon or" Ese sem re Ba 
will be held = 9mm (Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, gay at the home of his daugh-| : my thi ” tien waehe te 
at 2 p.m. Wed- ie = } |French and German, and in 1915 ter. Mrs. /rank Ww. Hubbard, - : ge dividual 
DISTRICT TRAFFIC TOLL: nesday at the | |through friendship with a news- 33g Runny- a plan for ty ndividua 
4 Y* sen . lives. Help us discover the 
1956 deaths to Aate : ee Sis, ee _ |Deal funeral er paperman, Rexford L, Holmes, mede pl. nw., 4 tot end give tis the coUuratie 
1995 deaths to date Le PEO Ba es | jhome, 4812 Baa was chosen interpreter for the! where he lived _- $ r rit: in Jesus’ naene 
ees eo erye i — cs | Georgia ave, "as ae peace mission then being under- ‘Or the pa st fe : r¥ pursue it, in Jes ’ 
Total 1955 death fil & | *. | | i Barial wil = 4 ee =o Written by Ford. y | Ss ‘Rov # Stetler, Harrisburg 
hae | toca oe -: . ae | in Glen- @ a In December of that year, Mr. | ras Gregg, a + = anata 6 or te 08 agp ; “4 
ae Cet hel ie 3 FM wood Come Johnson called with Bs EtG take nt tat MODEM ||P8; Publishing agent, Bvan 
hours of each other yesterday _ | ee tery. Mr. John- ithe former Grace N. Lantz, of ural sciences at | .._ Fnureh 
after the District had recorded | — a3 a son died Sun- y5, yonnson | Washington, aboard the Oscar/Wayne State mm : 
its 37th day without a traffic a —" “a . Be _ day at Sibley , Il, which had been chartered by Teachers Col- — cyishin Bauention” Whe Division of 4 Georgia Bve.. 
fatality. , 7 em, F ——— Hospital. Ford, for Oslo, Norway. The lege, in Ne- cl of the Churches of Christ in the as fa Scat 
. Uni (o. “eee ae ee | . a Fe Mr. Johnson retired as.a “peace ship's” slogan was “get'braska, had VBA.) , where. to Bast. 
page stony ato init , 4 eo «sf “. 3 Pennsylvania railroad locomo- the boys out of the trenches by also taught at e held ot 3 be ger Varehen 
officers sald Miss Schram ne a ee : a , tive engineer in August, 1953. Christmas,” Mrs. Johnson re-|Pery (Nebras. FTe¢ M. Gress News of pies ds biease copy. 
Ta, FONSER OSS *- wpe Pe on a Ps, During more than half of his called. ka) Teachers College for 14 Died ; convenience ie ocat it fe ave. 
the Zoo entrance . “4 ‘+ “4 i >... “a 49 years service with the rail-/ When the mission broke up'years, leaving as head of the te MILLS, RANDOLPH A. on + 
att Ga ab ante Albe:| “Meats. ‘Wo road he was the Washington soon after it reached England department of psychology and |""A2Ty ost THELMA ¢, BRAZEROL: ANDOLER UME 
J. os 41, © is ah oa chairman of the Brotherhood of after Ford withdrew financial educatica. He filled a similar r fe of William B. Bra- 
me “ id De Grabill. anh bs : a. ale Locomotive Engineers, Division support, the Johnsons returned position at Nebraska Wesleyan of Agn Haney daughter of 
Ws gy tisegghon gy ome tig y- Se ; 160, and for 24 years was secre- to the States in January, 1916. |University. ate a ft ~y -F- 
cong: Brey po case Mies | ‘3 Oe ek * . tary-treasurer of fhe general In addition to his wife, of the; Mr. Gregg was born in Ne-| frotners’ eral Home. 1661 G : Interment Gf TPapee? enwood C Come 
Sch 's home is in Lincoln-| - “ : committee of adjustment, Penn- residence, 7008 22nd st. Lewis- vada, Chio, and was the.first; at 94 m. then the Hol tho- | wormay, MINNIE 
oa NC teraine Pt , se d sylvania lines east. dale, Md., Mr. Johnsén is sur-'male graduate of Nevada High) where mass Lg ye May +p 
ton, N.C. ae : a He was born in Aryd, Sweden, 'vived by a son, Clifford E. of/School, of which he later served y Pe oes 6 SS 
July 11, 1883, and immigrated to 2203 Banning pl., Lewisdale. (as principal. armen - a. ae 4d 
| In his teaching, Mr. Gregg “Mondar,. Mav ay 2h, 1986 "at her “tesi-| ¥ rar sae oP” 


Cc Vircinia. t NEWTON, Jo 


‘ae bers Puner ra! 
« 


Woman Hit by Auto 
On Connecticut Ave. 
constructed in Leipz.g under | gaueh ot ee ae Lee Bright eee mad \ oe Sip 
nn rig onn é ¢ / 5 
3100 Connecticut ave, nw., was 
killed when she was struck by fi Se ai? . and psychologist. He believed | Hyattsville, 
an auto while crossing the a 3 : 4 S d N r E . f in a lively approach to teach-| isle tid, on Wuereaas, | . = =. : 
ae ae * elativ is ent Ced Hill 
| ; _— | erve aly Vv xecutive 0 ing, and was’ the author of a| vit i. eecrment Mount Olivet , Bs OVERTON. WILLIAM GLEN. On Mofie 
Mansions apartments where) tae ee ¢ ° Seer a Rea” eet . Hospita AM 
she lived. ce tee .*2 h 30 y Ele F schoo ards throughout the CONNELL, JOMN A. On T rte May | TOM. husband ef Leche nD 2. 
oo’ For ears citric Firm {ean | at deat cy "ASeethnel es] ather ol sande ies sich See 
| Funeral services for Harry’ A requiem mass will be of- survived by a son, Capt. Otis C.| Mrs. William EF. Wilder and stepfath-| 6 uy 2 : 
Hit by Backing Car MR. AND MRS. JULIUS WEINBERG J. Davies, 81, former Navy man . Mrs. Mildred V. Madden and | ry serteat aatveed 
and 20-year employe of the F-ter’s Church, Waldorf, for|the Mediterranean. | art mph y  Puneral Ma: 1986. at G 
backed into a Calvert st. park- ‘eld 1 | 
| at 1 p. m. ‘superintendent of the Capitol Friday in Upper Sandurky, : as 
ing space, Belle Weinberg, 72, ‘today at Em. hm ~ |Electric Co. in Bladensburg, Ohio. . aye. adjacent to the funeral home) | 
of a fractured skull qomeceey A t I) | t ’ | ’ 22. 
ot Easeegency Hoopla ssateague Deve opmen tant Episcopal fort home. He wil be buried in| Cohn Marti 
other 
, f 
a 74, a retired —_ : the war, was Gecorated four. . Cemeters - ae 
Mr. Davies . |times for bravery in action in - 1940 DAVIS, JOHN Z. On Sunday, Ma pposit aren? eaaee 
2 | > tw | vi : 
BALTIMORE, May 22 ® only two small ferry boats pro- gied M@nday at % | Europe. He served with the’ ince | 1956 at Fails ch ‘Husband "JOR 2. | May 3 Pare ecday. 
5 I r of Mrs ; , 


2, — < * Sar ies ‘ ae : o y ; ' 
so ctaitn Mahuta’ hs a an 4 ge 8 H » D ° H F W o | the direction of Wilhelm) Grr 
pe Se ls et | arry avies, he eure C, Wundt, German psysiologist | Sf an a taen'e babel 
street in front of the Cathedral) a. | 
Side ee: | a number of textbooks used by) fosptiar Witttaie Chen eee 
v* | 44 = : 
Husband and Wife | Besides Mrs. Hubbard, he is) #99), arris, avg ‘wheaton. ‘Md. ty W. Liles. Funeral services 
. , 
i : y of ' ' , »& a ‘me 
| fered at 9 a. m. today in St./Gregg (USN), with the Navy in ; Mr. Connel} rests PIERCE, CANIERINE &. Oe 
Struck by an automobile as it . +» wife killed, husband injured in accident ‘American Red Cross, will. be Howard F. Weinelt, 37-year-old! Funera! services will be held | $I ne. m Notic 
e (Private parking 
of 1336 Missouri ave. nw., died manuél Protes“ ee who died unexpectedly of a! iB re MOBRIg J. of 3303 Bist ave. 
and in critical condition with i} Q T I] Bri | Burial will be | ej ~ w eryic te Constantine and | ; — Vv 
| { , . Mr. Weinelt; who had been A D He: Greek ‘Orthodox Church, 4115| $f - Va. m 
a hip fracture is her husband, 0 et wh | 0 I 1( oe in Arlington al with the electric company since rea octor seth ne rile atea® wetiaael | Falls “purch, Va. cess 
The accident occurred Mon. 
Margares 


day only minutes after the Owners of more than 4000 lots Viding access from the Wor- Rethesda WN a- Sm \45th Infantry Division and 
cester County mainland. val Hospital ed j / 1 ing- RICH, WILLIAM WALLACE. On M 
: Mr. served in the invasion of Italy. i 
in the Shoreham Hotel and), The development stretches 14 He had been a De | Mr. Weinelt received the vB mee Mt ag ih ge vagy = Me! Rany. Mrs, Elizabeth Ann Bergiven, Wits Bs dent, i 
~ hopes revived today for a bridge' miles along the Atlantic O Vv €| physician here and in Silver) Arlinsto a. John J. David of} N. 20th st, 
pt Pp vr Mr. Weinberg’s ne whieh te rence thats “ge pee oe z een Cate ag Mg Pa ypmctin _ Silver Star, the Bronze Star and/Spring since 1940, died yester-| BY" . ‘ Donald’ G 
ealth. a matter of concern, was ~ - i we where he had engaged in the Purple Heart. He w : 1 
a op beg arte The Public Service Commis- iniet which was f P e was a day at Doctors Hspital after a : bie. s 
greatly improved. He s formed by a private recruiting campaign for corporal. | brief iliness.| gs Bn and Peorse | ay 


sion told the Assateague Island hurricane in 1938. the Navy, for which he was’| Shortly after graduation’ , He lived at 3| oi at the, Funeral Home of Sones | of ‘Claremont. ‘—~J 
mg at vic rv= ° mporia ve 

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‘ot "eral 


Weinbergs visited a physician on Assateague Island had their 


suffered from heart trouble. ‘Corp. it could build the bridge ; 
Police said the Weinbergs|,ver  Sinepuxent Bay and The corporation proposes t0\recently cited by the Navy De- from high school near his birth-| ‘i \ Pooks Hill rd.| ices. will be held. Wednesday, May 23| Enos of Warwick. Va. and Mt” 
were approaching their car on charge salts still to ,* de- finance the bridge by selling partment. ‘ place of Baden, Md., Mr. Bethesda “| Nat p00, © Memorial “Park eect the "Seep Pensa io. 2 may 
the north side of Calvert St.'t.-mined (geo sae shares of stock. The} Born in Manchester, Eng- Weinelt married his wife, i Dr. Martin,| 4" Fells Church. Va | Orde Arlingto on. Va, until 1p. 
when a station wagon driven by| the ¢ommission gave the tion path nk hese y McK. land, he came og og” ee Bertha. They had two children, whe formerly | PAY, NANNIE WOOD, Suddenly. on Sat-) West over Bapt tist a thence, 2 fee fos 
| ne ' ry MCK.\as a young man e marrieG Howard G. Weinelt, 13, and! . acticec it : th at aw” NANNIE Woe pera services will be held at 3 LS 
corporation four months in Roper, retired army general. in 1903 and came to Washing-\1inda M. 8 ~ 4 ta) Ne i the ‘late John W. Day| May 34 Emporia Coctirs puredaye 
ay es which to contract for the bridge president; Harold F. Watson, ton. He retired from the Navy, 4 M., &. a owe gi! My nd Valen ot Mrs. Eunice Va. In Hew, ers. contributio 
27th D. C. Traffic sf] and until Dec. 31 to start it. Washington patent attorney. after 30 years’ service in 1921 | 4 phy] oe of W Ag yy By > ay be made to the Westover Bs 
Death of 1956 ; bgp the authorization! first vice president; James S. as a chief gunfier’s mate. Arthur Kettler heen gg ane 
ee j | " Pessle hav been buying lot Morrow Jr., Baltimore, second| After retirement, Mr. Davies’ Arthur Kettler, 65, an ex- retirement! 
| 0 the is] df Racy be. "hen Patel ies ae ete 4. - joined the American Red CrosS' miner with the Bureau of| since last 
a development known as Qcean ney from Arlington, Va., secre- d the better part of 20 ses, Interstate Com- June. May 23. at 10 a. m [aterment Lincoln | , 
Beach and promoted by Leon tary; Sidney Larson, budget and spending the : merce Commission, died yes-| Born in England, he came morial Cemetery. | call rson’s Fu Home. 472 
' Ackerman of Washington. But finance off get and years at the Naval Air Station terday at Suburban Hospital/here as an infant and was edu-|PRANE. MARY. Op Monday, May 21. | Notice of A ater“ Chureh. Va. 
meee ‘ olla tee te pede + h ce officer in the Depart-'st Anacostia. He retired frem following a~ heart, attack a cated in Des Moines, where he| Mas iv fneton Va, A “4 
‘ g en minor with'ment of the Interior, treasurer. that position in 1940, and in ‘i | 
CALVERT {ST NW. - | R he month ago. /had lived most of his life. He 
VERT | . | , 1942 was called back to the’ wr Kettler, a native of Chi- was a graduate of the North- ennis< d toy. 
Navy and served for S!X\cago, had been with the ICC| western University medical) Md. and br " O' Lear’ af : . invited te nut 
al é wencs f au 5. t Fu 


‘months in administrative work. for over 40 years. He came to| school in Chicago. rhage *Chevs Shes 
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ec en or Surviving is a stepdaughter, washington in 1914, and except} He was a member of the | Arlington, Va., until 8:30 hur » Whe { 
= ode “ nF Pes oe i American College of Surgeons. Siig ‘Church. ia | , 4 May 33 at 3 
will be offered at 9a } z 


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for military service in “World | 
War I, had lived here since. | The family requests that in| 


Washington Post and Fumes, wereld ington Law School. | 
‘ote Results _ |,,Surviving are | his. wile,| Heart Association. bee ce eae 

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Told Thelma Kettler; a daughter, NIE S&S. EMMETT ‘of 8113 Lockney ave 


|B Council Di l 
— shows scene at Calvert y LSCLp es Marilyn, of the home address: Luey P, Porter eet ' aan Ma. beloved . of iho 


nw, where Belle Wein- N Offi | and two sisters; Harriet Porte a 
r } th ldin ist | Mis . 

noo 72, was fatally injured. | Th® Commissioners’ Sensel Disciples of Christ congrega- l Ow icia and Anna Greer, both of ed Lucy Parker. Porter, 85, 8) Yi)'Simpson of Ene: riends may | May "24. ‘at ‘10:30 eo 
| J : ident of Falls Church for 22) il the Tak oma "Puneral me, Interment Fort Lincoln seme 
‘Renewal Council yesterday | tions in the United States must cago. vines agua He Maloe . 2 roll st. nw. (parking faciiities| SHEA, CATHERINE A. On Mond 
lwestentl over its recommenda-| DUMld at least 150 new churches In M r| d o years, died at Arlington Hos- te), where services wilt be held|” 21," 1986. MEA 

Marthena Traynham, 39, of 2 yearly to keep up with the n l ary an pital yesterday after a long sneat "Cedar ay ens: é nana Ss 

* . omes rs. 


: ; . , « tions to the Commissioners on : 

Calvert st. nw., backed into a s population increase, William T | John F. Merrick illness. NS. DR. F. THOMAS. On Sunday.| Will ‘Crow! ad Gea 
Mrs. Porter was a native of |* “ao 1956 he Eemergenc ‘-| B : Puneral 

me 


parking space and knocked the Zeckendorf plan to rebuild) Pearcy said last night at the) BALTIMORE, May 22 #—The he Eemergency 
them down. t t 79th annual . '| John Fletcher Merrick, a re-'Falls Church. She was the’ pital. oe be cleved fusband afl Gan stella (ont 
he southwest. | convention of the/final official count showed to-\ 14° pennsylvania Railroad| widow of Frank A. Porter. In| ¥ ‘ ne | $306. im 


Mrs. Traynham. a secretary! |Disciples of Christ, Ca din won | Sales faye vans, Re rest-| Aloystins et 
} c ¥Y| Council men individually fa- pital day Millard E. Tydings conductor, died yesterday at his recent years she made her | ing at Hyso ia al oi a | aad iesae erst ip am. Re itive 


at the Sheraton-Park Hotel . Maryland’s Democratic Senator- ; 
: *'vored the project, according to ry , home. 136 Southwood ave., Sil-/-home with a daughter, Mrs.| 
ond ERS NOE leched Ne mer Col. Robert E. Mathe, Assistant’ Addressing a family stra n ial nomination by 6311 votes out ver Spring. He was 67. Ke ‘Lawrence Proctor .” 212 N.| Interment in Cedar Hill Gemetery. |! LYDA erie of 2804 Upshur 1 20 
seeryiaw mnror benere Nace at National City Christian of 295,610 cast. Mr. Merrick had retired in|Cherry st., Falls Church. She FOSHAG, WILLIAM FREDERICK. OB | ier. Md. be Nite of 3 
ing. and did not know the Engineer Commissioner, after/Church, at Thomas circle, | Complete tabulations became! yanyary after 37 years with the was a communicant of St. James) monday, er fl pea 'wWet.| Jena and Edward Sims. ond 
‘as re she the closed t |Pearcy, executive secret , : ’ pate moreland Hills. Md. t MM FRED-| } Mary H. Sword o a 
couple was there until the closed meeting. etary of available this afternoon as elec- -,i)-594 He was a native of Catholic Church. moreland Hi Ma at 4 RED Mary H. Swor "North Beach 
heard a woman scream. She) mathe said individual views be Disciples’ Board of Church tion officials wound up the can- Hurjock, on Maryland’s Eastern|: A rosary service will be held! Meri +p Boy ather of Wil-| children sfiriends imag cal vie ailev's 
ae wi, ee would be brought together in carpenter ~— fact yvass of votes in Baltimore City. snore and had lived in Silver at the Joseph Gawler and Sons | of atic “Lefov Bolt of San Francisco, | | eal a ave. 200 Rhode feland eve 
y, the Disciples| Tydings, whose victory over Spring for the last 16 years.|Funeral Home, 1756 Pennsyl-| Cal. ,Pchs* penissivania ave nw | &¢ 2D ™. Relatives and frienay fae 
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The Weinbergs had lived for * broad report to city fathers,’ are establishing an average of George P. Mahoney and three t, had formerly lived in Wil-|\vania ave. nw., tonight at 8| Pann ag De opposite). where|  yited. Interment Ft. Lincoln 
° i ices tT] . on ednesday e 


many years at 1517 Webster st. due to be delivered within a has 62 churches annually. others set up a return meeting mington Del.. and Darby, Pa.. o'clock. “ y r _ * rment private. TORRES, EMILIO. On Saturd 
nw. In 1936 Mrs. Weinberg few weeks. ‘eh moe of the importance of| n November against Republican anq had been assigned to the , . made ibgeers, comeribe ‘Heart As-| EMILIO TORR Frereency Ros 
©, parking problem, Pearcy Sen. John Marshall Butler, re- Washington to New York run. | in- Memoriam sociation e. Hing at the Yes 


was one of the victims of a| Tre C igsi 
| 1e Commissioners have un- 
$20,000 Miami Beach jewel 4. savisement snosevel of the — Sere ie al ceived 140,596 votes. Mahoney COLEIN. JAMES FRANCIS. In loving HOWARD. nf 9° On. Mondaz.| 
. , ions snou no emory of my husband. JAMES FR May 2 poss. as A : 
theft, losing items valued at t drew 134,285. . Cis COLEIN. who passed away ns as A 
53 1983 riends invited. 


more than $2500. plan. At a hearing two weeks Skimp on the size of the site George W. Williams was next | 3 1 rt D. How ene. 
q s Today recalls the memory of « loved. Mfrs othy © uF ea acon Om ment Arlington Nationa! Cemetery. 
i Ot y | T 


Rebs eee pl. se. ed at 9 pm. HW , i 
| ~ Plan \ eighed Churches He was a graduate of Wash-j|lieu of flowers, contributions) Cemetery, Westonvort. Ma. . (Balti: of Leatoun teas 1 Sd 
4 (be made to the W ashington | pers please copy.) ola Serr ets 

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; being purchased. 

In addition to her husband, 480, they heard the public gen-|"".,,, with 12,061, followed by Thomas | fhe mem ; ' Jou 
yer . >| a arking is ' - = - | reat-eran Puneral| W INBERG, BE 
Mrs. Weinberg is survived by erally favor it and a few indi-| great sere 1 rm pores vl age Mb i. Christian with 6001 _and AL aymnoush Tite's sun Jor gach must tot.| ftom une Wi eal Puneral rages | | Soy saa ate 1688, 

a sister, Dorothy Peake; anividuals from the southwest congregations and they will "Butler, whose triumph in 1950 | Loving Wife, 17 DREN. | ge 
WIBLIAM J. A special com- porothy | Peake. 


adopted daughter, Mrs. Nathan 
; 4 in oom,” I: 

Borden, and a nephew, Leroy strongly oppose it. yg od mony = fn said. | ended Tydings’ bid for a fifth vents DIXON. ALICE V. In loving 2 pemory of wens ARD, nh-- rey i Ges A Gen 
Peake. Alas Clacussed yesterday was session paar ose usiness straight term, drew 58,585 in Pieeed tree am 6 aso today. Bias tennial Lodge, No. 14] Wedr ¥., May 23 at @ ei 
An inquest is scheduled for a suggestion of Mrs. Virginia tion approved pM cn winning ee ~ Phe fink with which Ged i Joined us. if de > The eee. S ay mot | week 1336 a Comels ory. ne 

11 a. m, today by District Coro- R'8#s, civic worker, that Com-'¢95 999 to buy property near ai Suge pee steps Barry * Events scheduled for today| Thoush rareen the © crass. ~ ATOwR o'er you. i? Gx | the last Masonic wrewery, How 
ner A. Magruder MacDonald. ™ssioners name citizen lead- was a distant second with 5379 | sk denot ent | ee Se a ee RR RH ch Sunday. May a0 3 
A. Magruder MacDona 2d st. and Maryland ave. ne. IL Ir. followed (25teri enotes event is open; ho eee. “Tivcies warksena’ ] HOW ARD. Ajl_ members May 20, 

who listed the cause of her ©TS rather than technicians to's, , headquarters buildin and Henry aque JT. to the public): ‘wear for you. and you for me. | are urged to atten | eagat Woe 
death as a skull fracture the advisory Council. for the C l = with 3304. ir ft eternity LELAND WW SEER 2 abs ° snd of Bertie Welnelt sm 

. ; . Though speaking generally,).o°, "°.Cpital area Disciples.| In the presidential preference LUNCHEONS | Tey ae erate one tamiis. | ie 2 of Howard 

Her death was. listed tenta- she mentioned G. Yates Cook, anal dpe eee head- primaries, Sen. Estes Kefauver Oris Mayflower, Hotel, 12:15 sagsson | WILLIAM. W. Ped 
Say Ss presently are in 


CATHERINE MANDLY 
tively as the 27th motor vehicle ’ " 
~ executive director of the Fed-\s,, w (D-Tenn.} 
fatality in the District this! erai City Council and national| 2°, 2° nston Federation of Hemocratic nominating votes by tion. Burlington Hor SPEARS. who passed away two years) 106 ‘20 Jnters, ‘Mrs, 


year. An inquest scheduled for housing authority as an ex- Churches building at 1751 N palling 112.668 votes to 58.342 , Soroptimist Club. Willard Hotel, a) aco today. Ma . , le Blue. Bars. 
, DINNERS ' ip, momory'e lovely garden : _ brother. 
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11 a. m. Friday will determine , st. nw, 
= ample. The Council too ; for an uninstructed delegation.| _ ' <p ' - 

whether the death last Thurs- acetic on the s ; sti no) The Capital area Disciples President Eisenhower won the wii *S"eafS'es se St Your mmory. dea arest boas si le “jackeon, io ‘crandenilaren and| Tuesday at 8:30 p 
day of Millard P. Webber, 34, a ae presently has 54 churches and 4, ‘pn, gyre tee wing Rs |. Is the brightest blossom there. } erept-erandchildren: three daueh- WESTCOTT, HELEN ecvmse 

a SB ovige wet Mathe said he would continue 24 Republican votes with 66,901 _ administrative "Lee Bection of the Your loving daughters laws and a host of relat Mav 1956, at her 
s Baltimore & Ohio Railroad'tg recommend to Commission- ned 17,500 ret Tye hey against 3132 for an uninstructed Hove, 7:30 p.m A. See LOUISE AND NELLIE. nd is. Friends may call at his 040i 7 orn rd. 8h 

, | Ss } ' . : d : : : #7: HEI 

feduatrial was a traffic OF ers for Council service several|>'Sttict, Maryland, Virginia, qejegation. MEETINGS Died after 12 noon, His body will nureh 
ndustrial fatality. persons representing fields’ 


‘Pennsylvania, West Virginia, American fogiety of Civil Engineers. | + . May 24 fro m 10 8. m. un 
If his death is ruled a traffic linked with community devel-| and Delaware. wae ay ARGO, COL. REAMER W. (USA, ret). ti) ume of funeral at 1 p. m.. Bev 


; : ational Civil ifdertios ar ering Suddenly. on Saturday. May 19, 1956 Wifam rown officiats ng iInter-| four grandchildren Paty 
fatality, it will be listed as the opment. The 15-member Coun-| The convention ends today.| | Alexandria Judge House. Washington. Ras, 2. gas = ot Ae te Meryiand Ove. | ple ‘s Cemetery, Fairfax) at Sevier s 2. Chapel fea 
. ' : : : ' : a ee a. nw ourte 
year’s 27th and that of Mrs. cil will have five vacancies June’ | Gee rae Wasthineton University Medica} as C Phel Toda Argo. Funera! Monday ! Bervices wil be tA punin 
Weinberg the 28th. 30. Death To Be Elected icise. fall A. 8 >. — Wednesday. May. 23. at 2D. m. at a ORELLER of 7611 Sliver. Sprin crise 905 Coles 
eaths Elsewhere Mists. Hal A. 8D F er ‘Chapel. Arlington. Va. In- tm ave. nw belo oved husband of ver Oe ns. we. on 


ae = w—r-<e eae . Pal r Democratic Ciub, Kent-| Arlington nm eme Virgie Lambert Keller. father of Hun-!| pay Nati wal Catt 
seri cetera iia ' tery 
ennedy A. Re rm ia Circuit Court land ‘Fire fiouse. 8 tery. may c ° fs oi! ‘gg Be > 4 one eme 
| -: : apy Sag oon Be eg Hyattsville) Che 4? Glow tr wailee Lee, ‘Baumgarten of sliver | "90D. ANNIE ELIZABE . of 
sur . 


May 2 at 2 m interment Rock 
Creek Cemetery 


won the state's 18 adentenn Public eaters Associa~/ SPEARS. ROSALEE. In loving, memors Ttat Aires iy, Alexandria. 
m : 


executive director of the Izaak Judge William P. Woolls said ont?" oe Bullding As-| 4 a Ma. after 12 Boom Tuse | Spring, Md ob ved bs 
; 


sociation Auditori db dsons. Frien y 
Walton League of America and yesterday a special election will, te advan yg seal siter Reed AL mathy te ae E.On Monday. May| , Fentenos. . Fr! nds ms m4 
p 


‘é APITOL ELEC I RIC CO recemmy memes the ague’s bald soon to Si the stat a ore "Auanortum. he bow, ALD ES 6 2501. lat Hyde, (patkes facili ier: | ef : ind ' three creat-ere 

4 , : fieuration : 

7 . ae president; in Pitts- re Mp rene 4 Bl Court a District Association. workers i for - “4 hire Eno Se a. West | eorviers urch ib "Galiat nat ae. | ildre Se st tith's 

’ on ° : on rhur } 2 ; % 

: urg ; u ge ames «~ m University Clu ery se Creek Bes Ar edeie eA. Cometers Sra 


Gymnasium. Georgetown eo ! Austip. tothe 8 H. Hines 
nore) “Home. 2901 14th *. nw.. | KETTLER, ARTHUR Suddenly, 


will be closed Wednesday all day due to the death |” "SPECIAL EVENTS op. Thursday. ‘May 24 at 100.0 m:|" quesday’ bone at @uburban | 
f . d cer rae School, May Davy ex- PParking faciisties), in interment Ariing. | 738 I mR weend A —DEA THS 
ol our superintendent N ] W ] S a H's books authors lecture BAKER, FRANCIS EUGEN other of aoe Annoanc 
e ement of 
ationa eat ler ummary Te Park Library. 9 aon tis thay Day, 3 May 2}, 1956 fae Kent Tp Reali brant Fe Mrs Har Services by Chambers 
exer Hises. Dp m | noth, of Caseene, Thi, rvic emp, Mary ° 
eret srae} Sister ss Bake ana 1 Hines Co. Funeral me. a a 


Today—Rather since Jan. 1, 1956 24 degrees Sxcese | Sale. i401 Euc fi st. nw puaene oF. one Tath, at ~-¥ (on Thu 


’ y > Washington and A sdav 
HOW ARD F WV EINELT oud lowed by geottered , Geticioncy since May 1. 19 0 at ah iti 

i . i ge : my cooler at night. Thu re cures tes. Accum uated deficiency, of pres | CONVENTIONS Arthur Baker. ne et BM te ge vd 

—_ coo re ative p on s an nehes. | ssoct ‘ 
ities: Maxime. 5.25 6 ‘geass, since May 1. 1956, 2.25 inches a atienes ; Aa ats ey Retired Civil) jf st ; \KUNZ. LAURENCE W. Sudde vit 
a. 3 SS Temperateres one year age: High. C trol. Statler Hotel (through ¥ Tuesd 1956. 
irginis: oda ay 82 degrees: low, 69 degrees ik a. 

pRoves by scattered Clothing Workers of terment Cedar Hill 
nd Tides: Sun rises oe ark Hotel (through 


tar Winde-Bouthwest shifting 20" north. |p ii.: sete ‘57 a m. Tides: rear OMay ’ Mart 
EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING ° **Viaibuity— i anittine to B04 - m an 8:29 D a counties x! sp Csr eee N BL Black. f ther Vas 


£ m. m ° r ) 
River at Degas Pails is clear. La titute, Pie . ne ‘e. on | 
H eripan Truree rsday) **) -Mrs. Robert D. G y 25. at Rela atives | Be 


W 
' from normal resterday: es : _w. 
Accumulated deficiency of temperature! of Engineer aa — at brother of Wal a oward, and Pic trends 2h i Pm. natives 
‘ : Temperatures and rain for 24 hours ending 7 p. m. Tuesday: aS coll at Gawler's Chapel.) °% Motions! Cemetery. , Cemetery | 
a mae oor < L, Pree | 2p os 9g from 3io | a°,. ‘ve An “ee ee Mond ler. gett aa Eas : 
. | Apter +s» | Deny > a a4 es ---| For the LATEST. WEATHER | on iat “Gay 34 cit , Be. > “Tite of the. tate NATIONAL MEMO a lot, 4 
EAI as Tath tae fea. eb 5 os Mamoney, 72 ,. Bes ee thd eat me; Fens. SP, 1-201e, 
“ Amariilo ad Pa ts iss, : | Hi Ee x Pa WASH. NAT'L. CEM. 2_lots, 4 graves es, 
) ant ++ | Grand R Nia : dial are 5- 1212 ‘ ey nae A 
: , ton ie b sof Teoh. 


pinion ¥ ters. “ope, brother rand four” grandehit- Funeral Designs ree 
: , Funeral Ho 1G a ' 

iaehue 2 3 | For the CORRECT TIME | Bis sd wrae| Hes og Ber 8, PRs | merece ris pe” ine 

ig, Ore ; - ve. : ares Mg and pts. a’ 10 és 

| dial Tl 4.2525 | motel be offered at Holy| tery qt wand friends invited.” "| oF o'm aw 

Funeral Directors 


p ay 21. | J. WILLIAM LEE’S SONS CO. 
sana sdabeyel peels rh t “| | FUNERAL’ E 
The Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Company tan 
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: . _ |Riverdale Ballot | THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


| Direct from New York’s Latin Quarte : r ERAL 
The CASINO ROYAL. hig Zone Headed for Court|- Piney May 2 Bis 2 


tke Bivdedale Mi town aten| GROW Times for Wednesday 


proudly pre 
” tion May 7 said yesterday they PALACE—"29 Pa 
B Mon., June 4 ie ; fe] ed | will ask the Prince Georges ‘4TroNst— “Teanguse of the’ August | fj) & m. Pa‘ts, 3:15, dry 
eg. Ff : County Circuit Court to set the sav oo T—"Thieves’ Paradise.” at PIx—"Her rh er 
The Fabulous ih eee election aside. a 1:55, 
ee _ Their decision came after a 

Plans for a clubhouse for the|for increased off-street parking petition to the city council to EL e oak ee Pt: 2 rae pt a8 =. as. m. 
6:10 Kane.” at 12:38, 


nullify the vote was defeated 


‘Women’s Club of Arlington facilities in the area. He op- 43 during a stormy session 4&T-CIVEMA—"Busom Beautene “ “at | oil Stat ray 107 me 


iwere deferred last night along! posed sending the application ‘ Monday nicht. The tition | C atitoi—"sh ah S - Fonell a) 
‘with action by the County! back for further consideration, Reappointed charged notin law Gh veor wang hos S 3:35) “S38. 7:40. | wARSrR—* “Giatrama Holiday.” o 


5 50° 
‘Board on their request for re- contending the Board already| Henry Gichner (left) was re- Woedrow A. Shriver, attorney COLONY —' ‘The Ladykillers.” et 6:15, | — meneethiteemeineieiis 
‘for Hanson D. Powers, former COLUMBIA— Dey of Pury.” at 11:85 


= Ee sptire cast and prodection . * . : ’ . 
Mr. Universe” and the 12 5 zoning. had sufficient information for a appointed yesterday to an- | a 1:55, 3:55, 5:55. TBs. 9-55. 
oe most exciting night club © | The club w~ ts to rezone its decision. other four-year term as a arr mage Bo str goo rant are he Sayings Of Meher Baba 
ope ane: ee = ‘tract of land at 1013 S. Walte1 member of the District Rec- wii] base his petition to the Wyn 4.40 735 Dat i pinase AUTHOR OF 
| - Reed dr., in order to sell it as Health Board | _ reation Board, District Budg- court on the State Corrupt | me, EG 55h, OES, “GOD SPEAKS” 


tecular production that has held Stand- 
et Officer Walter L. Fowler Practices Act. s—" Strange, at 1:20, 


ing Roem Oniy sudiences spellbo ind , ¢ commercial property They 
at New York's Latin Quarter end Chi- ae ; : 
ae Mee Riverdale Mayor Claude R. 


cago’s Chez Paree. You won't want (right) was a inted as 
to miss %! would then have enough money faa 1D hah gpurremaal Warren, target during a bitter 


: , p to build a headquarters in an- PI QO d METR “ Ms 
Evening Show Time 9 and 11:30 : other neighborhood. They must an i ster tive on the board for a one- pre-election campaign, broke, es ii! 246 610, oe, real beloveds-—desires, 
Pri. & Set., 3 Shows—7:45, 10, 12 w wait until June 9 for a 33 deadlock to dismiss the) R' + . “a 8:05 there is no room for Him. 
; no year term. petition before the council. i 0 4 he Rio , 3:10, $:25, 7:40, 9:50. Copyright 1951 Circle Pub. Co. 


Sunday, 8:30 and 11:30 Board action. | Al dri 
Prices: $1.80 Cover, Weekdays and Sunday By a | More than 60 club women ap- n exan ria. 
$2. 40 Cover Friday and Saturday peared at the County Court, ia | i | ‘ tine ees 
Please make your reservations now! House to support the plea of! Members of the Alexandria) lle ce AS N ’ 


We expect 2 complete sellout. on “the Old Dominion Bank, Medical Society disagreed “A TENDER AND MOVING LOVE STORY. Miss Caron has elf- 


Clip and Mail the Attached Order Form with Your Check or Money Order for the Old Dominion Bank, sharply with City Council mem 

owt ee ce. Jo ge aires ich adjoins the club’s prop- ‘ : : wy ” 
[ Casino Royal, 14th and H Sts. N.W., Washington, D. C. drty. The bank, which has of’ bers last night on a proposed re-; (f , , like charm. Mr. Kerr is captivating! NV. ¥. Hereld-Tribave 
THE MAE WEST SHOW Ee ag te renpoed (eration of the Health Dy) i: “‘GABY’ SPARKLES. Delightful and refreshing ... Miss Caron’s =~ 
| Please find order for seats at $1.80 och (tex incl) for !|iplans to expand its parking fa-P"7'™me™!, then agreed to an- .~" performance has the tremendous appeal evinced in ‘Lili’. Jom Kerr is excellent!” ‘, 
Ist show 2nd show (Mon. thru Thurs. and Sun.) | | cilities. jother meeting to try to reach pos encittiig —N. Y. News ., 
| Please find order for seats at $2.40 each (tax incl.) for ||) The Board had received a Some agreement. | # a ” ” — ee ee 
1 Ist show 2nd show .......... 3rd show . negative recommendation from Dr. Richard Palmer, past! M 

(rt. & Set. ontv) |} the zoning and land use com- president of the Medical Soci-| : M- Ay 
Night of Sbebcec eb bke 65 0b0eb6e0e cos eet pwne'ba : aan . | a resents in ’ 
ight © mittee, to which the petition ety, served as its spokesman G P 


My remittance for ... . w ' tic: a 
ph remittance for e " {}| was returned for further con last night. He criticized plans| “COLOR and eee, 


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Street Address rees ‘*** «| Board member Daniel L. for making the Board of Health’ 
ae arene. also that the board has direct starring 
PTT tii. Trrlrriiiiith. TTT manager. 
| The proposed changes in the e 
Lm ne ae ds ys zs 7% Health Department were rec- } 
: SM Co) 6 fe she Wharton Business School. Stu-| 


: , : 
, “ty 1 , Se ee ay oo Pa oer — an advisory body rather than| * 
ete mar also urchas a - s Reval. 14th & and nH St dati e Sal avorabie action, even rj j ot 
after TPs. sp flee. amma shea} mamnprenadnariea ‘ 4 j in the worthwhile case of the oo with legal powers, ane oot “s 
— : ) —— meee! women’s organization, might ‘erated the Society’s view that! | ‘ 
subject the Board to still more # ™aJority of its members; ; 
pleas for intrusion on residen- Should be doctors. - 
ington Post and Times Herald guaranteed home delivery. | Kendrick stressed the need 
access to the Council rather 
‘ommended in a survey by the) 
art Morrison, a civic leader who | , , » 
‘was chairman of the Citizens! ¥ ¢ ‘i 
Committee for the Wharton Re-| @ 
¢é 


sideration. 
Call RE. 17-1234. ask for Circulation, and order The Wash- | The doctors want to be sure 
. o 
——— ——— ithan having to work through Les! e John 
the health director and city { 
‘ 
port, urged councilmen, Socié¢ty | . * ; 


, of : : 
representatives and temporary | Lod " , “a ae 
City Manager Edward Heat- ee : 4 ¢ ~ gees yt 
wole to meet again to frame) : es r~”, ee Seat 0 gee 
a new ordinance. Both sides| a — , a OT 


accepted his suggestion. Stren Play by Print by 


real’ the’ Lécpee af” Ween "AUBERT HACKETT & FRANCES GOODRICH and CHARLES LEDERR- TECHNICOLOR 


Voters for the appointment of | - 

a professional City Manager as| ee Dvrected CURTIS BERNHARDT - rset EDWIN H KNOPF * pictur 
a permanent replacement for'| when Coe * le ” ‘ — 
Ira Willard, who resigned re-| 


ge Ge ut conomone STARTS TODAY 
Falls Church es THE “PLAYHOUSE. 15th AND H ST. ST. .3-8500+ OPEN 10:30 


GOP Names i 
Party Officials'y 


Some 40 Falls Church Re-| 
publicans turned out last night |=—— 


to elect delegates to the 10th ry = - 
District Republican conve n- SIDNEY LUST THEATRES E M LOEW'S 

tion and hear Rep. Joel T. PREE PARKING For Information’ Call NO, 1-3000 | 

‘Broyhill (R-Va.) bid for reelec- = Sate. ‘ir Condition ae ot Canes MT. VERNON OPEN-AIR 

| tion. “8TH & COL. RD | BELTSVILLE DRIVE- IN HOWARD 7% & 7 Se. Nw. sem rebel a ua eng Oe Hy 


| Frank J. Meyer, 921 Parker |! 5-5595) | Balto. Bivd. (U. 8 5 Min. from Doors Open 12:30 P.M. | | SCOPE SCREEN 
“DALLAS.” Gary Cooper Rut t Roman, " ' 
'st., Falis Church, was elected | 1:05. 4:35, 8:10 DISTANT DRUMS." | | Gresose Peck. a6 chiydren 35. TO DENVER” pias Exciting RPS? | Tonite & Tom'e: Tyrone Power 
‘chairman of the Republican | °*” Cooper. 2:38, 6:10. 9.48 i yg Fe ae ee 
we wo. cook 5612. te. okt oa : 
‘city committee. A practicing . Ave. NN. W. “MIRA Conte, “NORTHSIDE 777," at 10:40 LINCOLN “yas U St. NW. 


attorney in Falls Church, Mey- "dane Wyman, Van Jobn- | JU. 9 saze. ee Doors Open 12:30 P.M. =e ¢ 

= " — nan cacemy ward i . i In Cine Sc “HOT BLOOD” " ~-29090. 
pe has Ll nck Pho Dis FREI PARKING mS © Winner), Burt Lancaster, “THE||| with Jane Russell, Cornel Wilde Ws 1. Ma *Klaa Pid 
strict Spuoncen po ities for ey “ Jane Wyman. Van Johnson. 6:15, ROSE TATOO, st 7, 9:30. REPUBLIC 1343 You St. N.W. met ‘ , son, 
R Ess.” =M 


(12 years. 9:40. “BERLIN . EXPR erle 2-2868. Anna Doors Open 12:30 P.M 
He was also chosen to be | 02: saa AEE FaaKING. WO. || BETHESDA x. Mag nani Academy || | “THE MAVERICK "QUEEN with 
> i rp ' r Sull 
‘one of two delegates from CALVERT 2345. “MI Setee IN THE “THE ROSE TATOO,” at 7. 9:25 Sneak "Preview Tonite BRR ne. .  ARNCTON 
v n. “s ry 
Falls Church to the 10th Dis-|5:35"'-Hikve's HIGHWAY.” Richard | Y ,.0%.-01e. ven ||| BOOKER T iad Yoo CHW. | |-ponsipnen PLANET” (cimsmaney ) 
it rict Republican convention Conte. 8:20 only. — “MIRACLE Jopnsen, Jane y- Doors Open 12:30 P.M. it idgeon. Anne a i at 9:0 
\June 23 in Alexandria and the AL Near Parking. ME. 8- zai | ee eden ey a Te 19:40. Cs 
| Virginia S cone Mencia, Academy Award Winner | HYA WA. 7.0552. LANGSTON 2° & Bere te. NE | Bridge. Kids Pre nents 
u n Roanoks i (Academy Award Winner), Burt | | Doors Open 2:45 P.M. Leesburg Pike 
y | JACK LEMMON Lancaster. “THE ROSE TATOO,” st In CinemaScope ‘LAST FRONTIER” SUNSET DRIVE. — 7 


| Mrs. Jane Miller, 610 N. 11th | with menry Ponda in “MR ROB =| | senoneeee, re. Guy Madi 
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| St., es . 2 725. | mo Ope Kiddies F 
idelegate. - = RA. —_ 6600. KAYWOOD Jehosen ene We, | wanBr heme “CA PTAIN L IGHTFOOT” 
man, ete i | (CinemoScope-Color) Rock Hudson, Bate 


On sale at all drug departments. Winifred Smith, 106 Buxton KENNEDY ° ho so man. Mi | 
rd.. and Anne Porter, 1015 , + Wi VIERS MILL “":,° «vee, van|| | WINELAND THEATRES CORRO.” Ro ASioer’ Louris 
® Zea BER RRR EERE Bees ® Birch st., were chosen as alter- Academy SE TATTOO" Woman. “MIRACLE Johnson. Jane (Tech) 10:25. Also Color Cartoon 
‘THE ROSE Pee ABC | DRIVE- IN? 7100 ind. Hd. . Hy. BRANCH DRIVE- Ix ae 640as 


nate delegates. Mrs. Porter) sm tes Lancaster, 6:00. 19:00 at 7 + yet 
en 7:30 p.m. Kiddies Pree. Car. m D line. Clinton. Md. 
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’ UYING POWER S AVES YoU mem 25% was also elected vice chairman ‘ "BRINGING UP BA} BY Katherine Hep- | “ 

RAYCO S HUGE COAST- T0- COAST B of the city committee. pes NEIGHBORHOOD | ard Egan, Dana | | Pp . Cunten, Md. 
A formula for Republican’ r. FREE, FARING ET 73908, | | Fanter: Cameron Mitehe E dren s tree! 

, ane Wyman. Van Johnson. 2-25, A300. TRES—ARLINGTSOR. CinemaScope- an 7 ayy fons a — : nae va 


victory: in November was of- ‘BIG STREET Henry Fonda. “ 47 Parley Granger arg } eee pce 
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~ ©O. 5-4968, “SLAVE EM-| 
He told Republican workers | SAVOY PRESS.” George Marshall, | STATE Fells Church x Always Best Food at ABC Sun.! “GUYS A DO Sh # 
to “ring doorbells” and “beat 6:15. 9:20 ae SAVAGE.” aeadun Beans ee 
he bushes” for Republican =omers “rece, A nani Good | Hope ) 
bee MF in the 10th District. . SHERIDAN p- 6.2908, MIRACLE Meta Visi ‘ual ANACOSTIA ot a LEE HWY.-ARL. BLYD. 
x,” sta Vision 
15. 9:40 | | - = | | | Matinee daily -1 o'clock. ACADEMY DRIVE-IN THEATRE 


“We have to cope with a| Wyman. . 1730 Wilson Bivd. 
E SIDEWALK °s v AWARD WINNER! For Re 
Democratic heritage,” he added. Dana Andrews, 8:05 WILSON JA. 7-1480 forma nce by ¥ JE. 3-9000. 2 miles west of Balls 
a nay Amare * tee with Burt Drive-In. Located between 7 Corners 


The 10th District Republican | ‘SILVER PREE PARKING. JU. 9-5500 ae witn Burt Lancaster at ge 
—_—, convention will nominate a can- ANNA MAGNANI “THE HOSE TATOO" :30. 9. ~ — | |i fen daed thaentan of Golkows seate 
. = : : ayaa i >. 7. 2 . ry ; A ‘ ; se 
te ™ ~ —— for ne flnog re a party) Academy Award Winner BUCKINGHAM 231 Glebe ad HIGHLAND waa” a or Lee hwy. World's Largest Screen! 
aS —<_ = CSaTmsR SNe two Gelegates 0; “THE ROSE TATTOO” | Yan, tohnson. Jane "Wy TONIGHT ONLY 


the National Conventi : ! , ! John Wayne—Su ia iayward |] “MIRACLE IN RAIN, ai tw ‘ thrillers 
waaetlies | - Vixoxsthaemannaesadtbccameent- tei “THE. CONQUEROR 925, Richard Conte in THE CASET || “SOUTHWEST PASSAGE” 


San Francisco. SANA fad SE aa Te Se pa me OF THE RED MONKEY,” at 6:05 
M — Rod Cameron. Joan Dru. Color. 8:62, 


Rayco’ sclear plastic covers are the : P : ; , Free Parking. RA. 3-4312 Matinee 2 P we 
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construction and are: FULLY _ S Sime Academy Award Winner Bins CNTHING “GoLse A OeY AWARD, WINNER! Por! || ihun: Disney's BONO OF THE 
GUARANTEED in writing against ‘ 7 with NREL, Wri mo ROBERTS "| |. Vista Vision—Technicolor Si em ie, aetrens! SOUTH” and” hi STRANGER ON 
manufacturing defects, seams , ~ : . Arlington Post James Dean, 5:30, 9:25 "| CLEBE 2130 ee Rd. re ‘ with Burt Lancaster at 6:45. HORSEBACK 
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opening, cracking, bindings unraveling. CO, 5-180. - HILLSIDE DRIVE-IN +0. 2-726 
: John Wayne—Susan Hayward ‘2931 Nichols Ave. . SE. ’ 
NEW CAR OWNERS! Tests prove NO cae <ge . Oe I, Arlington attorney J. Foster) ANNA MAGNANT ia, -. -- saul | CONGRESS JO. 2.8777 6200 Marlboro Pike 8.E. 
fabric is dirt- {! Protect but ~~ ee OO Hagan will seek nomination to, Arad —_—___ _——_—_____— yan sohpeon, Jane Wyman ‘Qpen 7:30. Kiddies Pree 
abric 18 Girt-proo: . = te } cademy Award Winner JEFFERSO Alri, Bivd. & Anan- ACLE IN THE RAIN, 18 io Humphrey ae 
atil! enjoy the ~ a> ie ee the County Board at an Arling- | “THE ROSE TATTOO” dale Ad. JE. 2-8040 OF ‘THE RED Conte in “THE CASE | | “WE'RE 
beauty of your | pe e ith Burt Lancaster. 2:00, 5:40, 9:25 Cle ‘gOM” at 10:52 
upholstery with ae 2 (convention Saturday. -FOXPIRE,"” Jane Russell, 4:10, 7:55. | | ——. nag jooaa Weyes Sav —|||CORAL 10. 50: 83150 ine Peking SUPER CHIEF | LO. 7-8300, Indian 
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CONVERTIBLE TOPS : he will be nominated from the | LANGLEY ' alee oot ACADEMY ‘' 35-9616, | al Reda te 3 9:40, Also Toenail ALMER fe). be Ore , ous 
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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
oe Wednesday, Mey 23, 1956 


One On the Aisle 
Exciting View 


Of New India 


By Richard L. Coe 


HANKS TO SPLENDID atmosphere settings, the Capitol’s 

“Bhowani Junction” makes an intricate story absorbing. 
That skilled director, George Cukor, so often represented with 
more restricted settings, here tackles a surging panorama with 
commanding effect. And an interesting cast is headed by Ava! 
Gardner, Stewart Granger and a promising newcomer named 
Bill Travers. 

John Masters’ story cénters on the plight of the Anglo-Indian 
minority in the teeming subcontinent of a decade ago. The 
British are leaving India, soon to become two countries, India 
and Pakistan, What will happen to those who are neither pure | 
Indian nor pure European? Sonya Levien and Ivan Moffat, it; 
seems to me, have done an admirable adaptation on a sprawl-| 
ing, necessarily complex tale. | 

For the essence of the heroine's plight is to make her unusual | 
position clear. The early part of the film is devoted to this maze) ~ 
and Director Cukor, with F. A. Young at the CinemaScope » 
cameras, has abetted the script with telling pictures. Dorothy Kilgallen: 

We have that staggering impact which the visitor to India’ 
hever forgets—people, hordes of bodies, mobs of humans. “The 
teeming millions” is an empty? en 
phrase until you've seen an {f-| 
dian city and “Bhowani Junc-| release prod 

* Screen p! ~A Dy. care at 
tion” captures this” enormous; Moda: he 
; Pho! toraphed in CinemaScope 
impact memorably. Here is the; ene. Eestman color by FA. youns 

, ; klos Rozsa. Directed by 
wide screen used ideally, an Georse Cukor. At the Palace 

THE CAST 
integral part of the film. As the! Victoria Jon Ava Gardner 
Col. Rodney ‘Ba age. Stewart Granger 

tensions mount, as the passive ylo Bill Travers 

: ee Abraham Sofaer 
resistance movement is sub-| ae Francis Metrees 
verted by slick Communists, 
the birth pangs of a continent) 7° 
are stirringly reflected. Ted 

Miss Gardner, one of the few 
glamorous creatures of the 
contemporary would-bes, has 
much to do as the Anglo-Indian 
who joins the British WAC, 
tries to find her Indian blood 
and settles for the split per- 
sonality of her birth. It’s a big 
part and she does it adequate- 
ly. Granger unerring nobil- 


“Bhowani Junction,” filmed 


JUNCTION.” Metro 
ed by Pandro . Berman 
jen and ivan 
by John Mas- 


“BHOW _ 

| NEW YORK, May 22—Frank. 

| Sinatra decided to “play it cool” 

‘with Ava Gardner on his trip 

'to Spain, and friends say Ava 
is despondent 

> as a result. To 
quote one: “It 
seems that 
whenever they 
meet he’s with 
another  stun- 
ning girl, and 
Ava's pride is 
hurt by his 
casual _atti- 
tude” . Wal- 
ter Winchell 


x ni 
}ra ham eemeuueen 
phy lvern 


sheer Hollywood and a most un- 
fortunate detail. 

Important as such factual 
matters are, it seems to me that | 
“Bhowani Junction” does dram-| Miss Kilgallen - 
atize the intricate pangs of a| " and the Good- 

son-Todman producing firm 


new nation. With this intent . 
it has excitingly succeeded. look like a TV wedding. 


7 
is 


India of a decade ago is the setting for 


With Ava Gardner, Stewart Granger and 


ity as the British officer who 
promises to come back and 
there’s an interesting perform- 
ance by Bill Travers, who puts 
a dash of Irish into his inheri- 
tance of India. Francis Mat- 
thews is sensitively cast as the 
Indian who wants the girl to 
choose his racial inheritance 
and Abraham Sofaer brings 
dignity to the role of native 
leader 

It would minimize the com- 
plexity of India to suggest that 
this is likely to satisfy .those 
who have first-hand knowledge 


a 


ADVANCE SWEEP: Today's 
when the advance guard of 
Ringling Brothers-Barnum and 
Bailey arrives at 26th and Ben- 
ning rd., ne., to get shipshape 
for the big show’s arrival early 
Thursday morning This 
year's RB-B&B stand is for 
four days through Sunday. 
doors opening at 1 and 7 for 
performances at 2 and 8:30... 


Seats are on sale at the Fair- 


way Sports Shop, 1328 G st. 
BIG TOP BOOK: Francis H. 


|man_ Disappears,” 


An upcoming performance 
of “Damn Yankees” may be 
played in court. The publishers 
of “Take Me Out to the Ball 
Game”. have leveled a. suit 
against the show's producers 
for using a few bars of the 
oldie, allegedly without per- 
mission ... It took the Holly- 
wood companies just a few 
days to hop on the headline 
bandwagon with these titles 
for projected films: “The Frog- 
“The Vanish- 
ing Frogman” and “The Phan- 


in Pakistan. 


Passive Resistance at “Bhowani Junction” 


Bill Travers in the leads, the George Cukor 
production of John Masters’ novel is on 
the Capitol screen. 


Sinatra Gives Ava the Blues Again 


ions: the chinchilla bathing suit, 
designed by Carlo Gugenheim 
in Rome—purely as a gimmick 
to cause comment—caught on 


‘like wildfire and literally thou- 


sands of orders ‘ave poured in 
from German, Dutch and Scan- 
dinavian buyers... Julie Harris 
will take her 10-month-old son, 
Peter, on tour with her this 
fall when “The Lark” leaves 
Broadway. But he won't have 
to do the bit in the dressing- 
room trunk. His regular nurse 
will go along, too. : 
Julie Wilson, who has fre- 
sumed with her bridegroom, 


|Harvey Bernhard, spent a quiet 
evening with him at the Com-) 


poser, requesting sentimental 
tunes from pianist George Wal- 
lington ... 


jacket, 


left the United States after run- 
ins with the police here, is cur- 
rently doing poetry reading at 
Raymond Duncan’s Akademia 
in Paris. (Duncan’s the chap| 
in the fascinating toga.) .. .| 
Young Sal Mineo of the flickers | 
will invade the ~ecording field | 
as a rock ‘n’ roll art’ 

Jack Benny, arriving to pose | 
with five elegant ladies for a so- 
ciety page picture, caused con- 
siderable eye-p ving at Carl- 
ton House. His afternoon at- 
tire: a dark blue shirt, silver 
Italian silk tie, light grey 
black trousers, and 


short socks. His prop: that 
huge black cigar. ; 


Allen and De Wood 


are becoming the hottest of the | 


young comedy teams—an od- 


dity, because they're NOT like 
Martin and Lewis. 
offers from all over the coun- 


try. 
GREG BAUTZER’S partner, 
Bently Ryan, is 


Medina’s romantic problems 


| while he takes care of her legal 


They have | 


solving Pat 


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17 High School Students 


|Win Civitan Honor Keys 


Outstanding “senior citizens” School; M‘chael Francis Ryan. 
from Washington high schools St. John’s College High: John 
received Civitan ‘honor keys Kelly, Mackin; Daniel Joseph 
yesterday 1s symbols of “well- Tobin, Roosevelt; Alfred Leon 
balanced achievement and‘! Moye, Spingarn: Herbert Stan- 
service in behalf of others.” ley Ezrin, Eastern; Stephen 

The Washington branch of 
the Civitan Club, dedicated to 
build good citizenship, present- Sy mphony Head Honored 

e 
ed the keys and bronze name | NEW YORK, May 2 @ 
plaques to 17 boys at a lunch-'.. 

Victor Alessandro, 40-year-old 
eon meeting at the Mayflower 
etel Geesty - were . District Texas-born musical director of 

the San Antonio Symphony Or- 

School Superintendent Hobart chestra, today was named the 
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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
28 ' Wednesday, May, 23, 1956 


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Everything Happens 
\To Poor Old Bill 


THE phone rang as I was 
right on deadline. “The wash- 
ing machine isn't agitating,” 
the lady at our howse 

me ome announced. 
> “And I've got 

to get the 
wash done to- 
day because 
Lucille will be 
here to do the 
ironing tomor- 
row.” 
“Call a serv- 
. ice man,” I 
said. When I 
got home that 

Bill Gold night, she pre- 
sente@~me with a bill for 
$8.75. “That $3.75 for a ‘spi- 
der’ is for a 10-cent nut the 
mah replaced:on the top of 
the agitator rod because the 
threads had been chewed up 
on the old one,” she ex- 


—---—@ 


Yet never rich 
or filling 


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SP 


plained. “The $5 is for. the 
man’s time.” 

“Great,” I said as I looked 
at my watch to see if it was 
time to start complaining 
about dinner not being ready. 
“I paid $12 to get my watch 
cleaned yesterday, and now 
it’s not running.” 

After dinner we hooked 
up our brand new dish- 
washer for the first time 
and promptly flooded the 
kitchen. 


“There's a leak somewhere 
inside the machine,” I told 


the girl at the store from 
which we had bought the 
dishwasher. “The water 
comes pouring down the in- 
side of the back panel.” 

“We'll send a man out,” the 
girl said, “but there will be 
a $5 charge. The parts are 
guaranteed for a year, but 
you'll have to pay the stand- 
ard service fee.” 

“Nothing doing,” I said. I 
removed the back panel and 
noted that water was drip- 
ping from a hose connection. 
Unscrewing it, I found that 
the rubber washer inside had 
been twisted out of shape. 

I put in a new washer of 
the type used in garden 
hoses and replaced the 
panel. The dishwasher has 
been working fine ever 
since. 

Next morning before I left 
for work the clothes washer 

chewed up another spider, 
and the repairmen were sum- 
moned back. When I got into 
my new car, one of the elec- 


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The DISTRICT LINEby Bin Gota 


tric windows refused to go 
down, so I stopped at a ga- 
rage. That cost me two hours 
and $8. : 

Then I went to the watch- 
maker's. “A jewel came loose 
as a result of the cleaning,” 
I was told. “You'll have to 
leave it again.” 

On the way home that 
night, I picked up the power 
mower which had been left 
at the hardware store for re- 
pairs. “That'll be $5.” the 
man. said, “but it’s working 
like new again.” 

When I got home, I found 
a $22 bill for replacing the 
agitator rod that had been 
chewing up spiders in our 
clothes. washer. “Is it work- 
ing okay now?” I asked. 

“No,” my wife § sighed. 

“The repairman. got into 
the tub of the machine te 
try to force it back into 
place. Now it make weird 
noises, and when it gets to 
the end of its cycle it howls 
and shudders and then it 
starts hopping around like 
a thing possessed.” 

The servicemen came back 
the next day and hauled the 
clothes washer away to their 
shop. Latest advices from 
them indicate that it will cost 
an additional $41 to remove 
the demons from the ma- 
chine. 

The power mower has 
stopped mowing again. I can’t 
take it back to the hardware 
store because my car is back 


in the shop getting the elec- | 
tric window fixed again. Also | 
a switch and two headlights | 
that burned out. The watch is | 
| back with the repairman for | 


the fourth time. 

In short, nothing is work- 
ing properly except the 
dishwasher I fixed myself, 
and if you think Pm mak- 
ing this up just-to have 
something to write about, 
I'll be glad to show you my 
receipted bills. 

Leave it to me to wind up 
with 
chine in America that cleans 
its owner but not his clothes, 
and the one automobile whose 


| windows roll down on cool 


days but not on warm ones. 

When I get into one of 
these losing streaks I’m 
tempted to sell everything I 

own and move out into the 
woods to live in a tent. 

I would, too—except that 
with my luck the tent 
would probably leak. 

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| TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS 


Greetings to Albert Pratt, 


| Alfred P. Sloan Jr., Edward 
| H. Foley, Rep. Aime J. Fo- 
| rand, Rep. Bernard W. (Pat) 
| Kearney, Fred Pelzman 
| and Harold M. Dudley. 


Jr. 


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GIVE-AWAYS 

Fluffy calico kitten, female 
(Federal 3-1222). Beautiful, 
healthy, housebroken kittens 
(Jefferson 4-4958). House- 
broken female kittens (Na- 
tional 8-7229). Housebroken 
young male dog (Jordan & 


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AIN’T IT THE TRUTH? 


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at a drinking fountain de- 
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SAME OLD STORY 


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POOR FISH ; 

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cast at a school of fish to find 
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five card suit is the equivalent 
‘of most 19-point holdings and 
the jump rebid is indorsed by 
‘this department. 

On the heart opening de- 
‘clarer held up until the third 
‘round and then ruined the ef- 
‘fect of this maneuver by play- 

7 3\ ing dummy’s three top dia-| 
monds. When the suit failed 
to break he was limited to 
eight tricks and suffered a 50- 
point loss. 

Having held up in the heart: 
suit, declarer, as a precaution 
against a bad break, should 
raxe Have been content to bring in 
pees only four diamond tricks. When 

West played low on the first’~ 
Opening lead: Six of hearts.|\diamond lead, he should have 


North 
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By Chas. Kuhn 


North was out to pin the put in the eight from dummy 
blame on his partner for the which would have insured his 
loss in today’s hand and pre-'nine-trick contract. 
ferred several charges against! In the defeat of the contract 
him. His indictments were not there was poetic justice of a 
uniformly upheld. kind, for the result proved to 

Declarer managed to hold be what nature had intended. 
himself to eight tricks in his The contract should have been 
game contract at no trump and defeated despite declarer’s best 
North charged that the two no efforts. West could have 
trump rebid was unjustified. brought this about by playing 
He referred to my textbook|the jack of diamonds on the 
‘requirements of 19 points for first lead of that suit. This 
‘the jump rebid in no trump would have prevented a duck 
by the opener, South, he point-.by declarer, for West would 
ed out, had only 18. ‘now be able to ¢ash enough 

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convention at 
Chicago, has Pearson 
just resigned in a personal row 
with Chairman Paul Butler. 

Not only has this thrown 
plans for the Chicago conven- 
tion out of gear, but it may re- 
sult in a drastic reshuffle of 
the Democratic National Com- 
mittee, possibly even the exit 
of Butler. 

The situation is so serious 
that former President Truman 


from Europe protesting the 
resignation of Roach. Leslie 
Biffle, another party stalwart, 
is also blazing mad at Butler 
for letting Roach resign, while 
Col. Jack Arvey, leader of Dem- 
ocratic forces in Chicago, is 
irked at Butler for various rea- 
sons. 

The funny thing is that the 
crisis occurred over a lady— 
Miss Frances Spivey, Roach’s 
secretary. 

Butler would not permit Miss 
Spivey to go to Chicago to 
work with Roach, and Roach 
refused to work without her. 


By Drew Pearson 


1 Lafollette-Barden act for the 


Roach’s Quitting 
Rocks Democrats 


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‘THE WASHINGTON POST and’ TIMES HERALD 
12 Wednesday, May 23, 1956 29 


mn Monday, Thursday and 
Friday Nites ‘til 9:00 


, 

times Democrat . from- 
North Carolina, who as chair- 
man of the Labor and Educa- 
tion Committee was able to 
block the minimum wage bill 
for months last year. He did 
this simply by calling no meet- 

zy of his committee. 
me of the most construc- 
tive legislation helping human 
bears his name—the 


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George-Barden act for voca- 
tional trainigg in high schools, 
and quite recently, the Library: 
Service Act that will provide 
27 million rural Americans 
with the books now available to 
city-dwellers in public libraries. 

At one time Barden was a 
rootin’ tootin’ booster for aid to 
education; aiso the most aggres- 
sive House defender of the Ten- 


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nessee Valley Authority. Now| 
he’s hanging back on school 
construction and has completely 
reversed himself on public 
power. | 

Barden has become so crusty 
and irreconcilable on public 
power that he actually paid 
$1200 out of his own pocket to 
construct a power line to his 
new home on the edge of New 
Bern so he wouldn't have to 
get current from city-operated 
public power. 

This didn’t go down well with 
the people of New Bern, who 
have had a city power plant for 
years. 

That's why for the first time 
in years he has real opposition 
in the Democratic primary. 
Running against him is live 
wire 33-year-old James O. Simp- 


; 


He pointed out that organiz- 
ing a national convention is a 
back-breaking job that requires 
personnel familiar with who-is- 
who in the Democratic Party.| 
He couldn't, said Roach, do the 
job with a secretary hired in 
Chicago who didn't know the 
score. Miss Spivey has han-| 
dled other conventions, worked 
long hours in preparing for'| 
them. 

But Chairman Butler said no. 

It’s now the chairman’s next 
move. He has to get someone 
out to Chicago to start organiz- 
ing for what will be one of the 
most important conventions in 
Democratic history—and he has 
to do it quick. 


The Husband Waited 


The regular stenographer 
scheduled to transcribe the 
toasts of President Eisenhower 
and President Sukarno of Indo- 
nesia got sick at the last min- 
ute, so hurried phone calls 
were made to recruit a substi- 


tute. : 

Mrs. Alice Kiades of Alexan- 
dria, Va., finally obliged, though 
patente that she should not 
vont ca of dishes, a hun- 
gry hus and tw 
children. i erie 

“You can get back to r 
husband by 9 p. m.,” senestiond 
— of the Indonesian Em- 


assy. 
Looking down from the bal- 
cony of the Mayflower Hotel at 
President Eisenhower and Pres- 


out to be full-dress, though im- 
promptu speeches. She had to 
take down every word, then 
transcribe the record afterward. 

My husband will never be- 
lieve this,” Mrs. Kiades kept 
saying, half-aloud, as the clock 
ticked past 9 p. m., then 10 
p. m., then 11 p. m. 

“My husband will never be- 
lieve this,” she repeated as the 
clock reached midnight and she 
thought of that sinkful of 
dishes and the hungry, if not 
irate, spouse at home. 

Finally the Indonesian staff 
autographed the dinner menu 
to show where she was, gave 
her a bottle of champagne, and 
at 1 a. m. the obliging Mrs. 
Kiades went back to the sinkful 
of . Her husband did be- 
lieve her. 


Changing Congressman 

One of the most interesting 
figures in Congress who has 
wielded power, both good and 
bad, over the schools, the li- 
braries, and the labor laws of 
the Nation, comes up for re- 
election this week. 

He is Congressman Graham 


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1956 Mat 


‘Shawing This Week; 


Society Gets Rained Out’ 


By Evelyn Hayes 


WE'VE LEARNED two 
things in two days—that 
there are perils in both pic- 
ture-taking and party-giving 
in Washington. When you 
combine the two, you simply 
double your trouble. 

That’s just what Washing- 
ton hostess Mrs. Morris 
Cafritz tried to do yesterday 
—and she says “Never again!” 

No movie about the Capital 
would be complete without a 
famous Cafritz party, and so 
Columbia Pictures, which has 
been “on location” here for 
three weeks making a new- 
style travelogue, “Wonders 
of Washington,” asked Gwen 
Cafritz if they might film one 
of her parties. 

Better yet, Mrs. Cafritz 
sald she would give one 
specially for them to put on 
film. 

Yesterday aboyt three 
dozen of her friends who 
had been asked to partici- 
pate p'us the Hollywood crew 
(all dressed up “formally” 
for the occasion) showed up 
ax Mrs. Cafritz’ home on Fox- 
‘hall road. 

Mrs. Cafritz greeted her 
guests on the terrace ip 
Dior’s new Gainsborough- 
looking gown of white em- 
broidered-dot organdy with 
pink sash. 


EVERYTHING was on 
schedule—that is, except the 
weatherman. A few guests 
walked down on the lawn 
to chat and be photographed. 
But—the sun was playing 
hard to get. The shadows 
lenghtened. 

So did the cameramen’s 
faces! Finally they decided 
they'd try a shot. Maybe 
there was just enough light. 
The cameramen focused. As 
though on signal—suddenly 
—the rains came! 

Inside ran the guests and 
the pretty hostess in her 
lovely new gown, its billow- 
ing skirt brushing over the 
wet grass. Inside went the 
moviemakers their 
camera. 

Apparently the man to con- 
sult in either planning a pic- 
ture or a terrace party is the 
weatherman—and sometimes 
he won't talk! 


NOT ONLY Tain—but even 
reporters can be perilous 
parts of picture-making, espe- 
cially if you dragoon a lady 


and 


Prices Rise 


Food Is | 
On Way 


Up” n Up | 


NEW YORK, May 22 # 
Food prices are rising a little 
again. And why food costs 
so much more.-at the store 
than it does at the farm, 
once more is fretting both 
homemakers and congress- 
men—and farmers. 

Government figures indi- 
cate the farmer gets on av- 
erage about 39% cents of the 
dollar spent for food. 

The Grocery Manufacturers 
of America figure that the 
combined net profits after 
taxes of processors, distribu- 
tors and grocers—the men 
between the farmer and you 
—take about three cents of 
the consumers’ food dollar. 

Or, looking at it from the 
grocer’s angle alone, the Na- 
tional Assn. of Food Chains 
estimates that the 1955 
profits of the Nation's 21,800 
food chain stores averaged 
out around 0.9 per cent of 
their 17 billion dollar sales 
volume. 

The food industry often con- 
tends that the postwar growth 
in the spread between farm 
prices and retail prices is due 
to the modern packaging and 
processing which consumer 
tastes now demand. 


BUT there are other ex- 
penses in distribution, too. 
Let's look at a food where 
nature would seem to do 
most of her own packaging 
and processing and which 
reaches the store in pretty 
much its origina] condition, 

The Kroger Co. offers two 
case histories—one tracing 
the journey of a dozen eggs 
from a farm near Portage, 
Wis., to a Chicago kitchen; 
the other following a dozen 
eggs from a farm near Wa- 
bash, Ind., to a customer in 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

The tests were run a month 
apart, and the season could 
be the reason that the Indi- 
ana farmer got 39 cents and 
the Wisconsin man a month 
later got only 37. 

In the Indiana area truck 
expenses and wages of the 
driver who picked the eggs 
up came to two cents a dozen; 
in Wisconsin this cost 1% 
cents. At the packing plants 
the expenses were the same: 
2.644 cents for labor, 2.98 
cents for packaging, and 
1.99 cents for other plant ex- 
penses. 

It cost the company one 
cent a dozen to take the eggs 
by refrigerated truck from 
Portage to the company’s 
warehouse in Chicago, and 
another cent to get them to 
the store. These expenses 
were the same in Cincinnati. 


THE COST of ‘the Chicago 
eggs was now 48.36 cents, 
and the Seneinaats dozen 
50.61 cents. 

The Chicago store added a 
profit mark-up of 4.64 cents, 


of the press into a bit part. 

Among the wonders of 
Washington to be filmed for 
the picture was a sunnyday 
scene in Lafayette Park 
where saunterers love to stop 
to feed the pigeons. 

We strolled Over with a 
photographer to see what was 
going on as they were about 
to shoot a scene with a girl 
walking through the park. 


The girl was Marian Mce- 
Donough who plays the part 
throughout the picture visit- 
ing various spots. ($25 a day 
—and irregular hours!) The 
script also called for three 
girls in the background sit- 
ting on a bench feeding the 
pigeons. This four-girl theme 
runs throughout the picture 


which *beats home the idea 


that there are four girls to 
every man in Washington. 


EVERYTHING was fine ex- 
cept that they couldn't find 
three other background girls 
in the crowd, which stood 
around watching. 

Finally, the camera crews 
went into the Chamber of 
Commerce building and con- 
vinced Joan Robinson, a sec- 


THE PERILS OF PAULINE as listed in 
the movig thrillers of years ago have noth- 
ing at all on the perils of trying to make a 
film in Washington where the weather is 


as changeable as the news 
Hill. 


Yesterday, Mrs. Morris Cafritz per- 
mitted Columbia pictures to make a scene 
“on location”—her home on Foxhall road 
for their documentary “Wonders of Wash- 
ington.” Then the rains came. In the pic- 
ture at top of the page Mrs. Cafritz steatad 


tetary-receptionist, and Nan- 
cy Corkum, personnnel coun 
selor that it would be fun to 
be in pictures. 

Still—one female short— 
and so director Harry. Foster 
urged this reporter to be a 
sport and feed the pigeons. 

After the three of us put 
on fresh bright lipstick for 
our debut into technicolor~+- 
and eter cae were 
set. 


THINGS looked brighter 
for a bit—but they reckoned 
without this reporter's 

ueamish feeling about 
pigeons. 


One abondoned throwing of 
seed to the winds brought a 
flock to our feet at which 
point yours truly threw up 
her hands in fright—and off 
they flew in fright—down to 
the very last pigeon. 

Fear or no—the show must 
go on— and so we gallantly 
joined the earnest mass ef- 
fort to lure the pigeons back. 
They came back—and the 
scene was shot—pigeons and 
all—but we doubt if we shall 
ever be nominated for an 
Academy Award! 


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Bob Burchette, Staff Photographers | 


from left) poses with some of her guests at 
her special movie party. Left to right; Prin- 
cess Sanseverino, Mrs. Snowden Fahne- 
stock, Sen. Clinton P. Anderson and Mrs, 
Harold Coolidge. In the picture just above, 
the cameramen had better luck with the 
sun in Lafayette Park as Marian Me- 
Donough, a Washington model posed for 
them. This time, though, it was the pigeons 
(lefthand corner) who wouldn't stay still 
long enough for even the movie camera. 


from Capitol 


Kettledrums 
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Curriculum 


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A BACKWARD glance at | 


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played kettledrums for 


physical education was pro- | 


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American 
University 


Branch of the 
Association of 
Women. 

Dr. Helen Bragdon, AAUW 
headquarters director, de- 
scribed the mid-80’s college 
girl to emphasize the devel- 
opment of higher edycation 
over the past century. 

Advertising in an 1865 
Godey’s Ladies Book, Vassar 
was then offering young 
ladies, “a course ample but 
not crushing,” Dr. Bragdon 
said. with kettledrums play- 
ing one of the more strenu- 
ous physical activities. 

SHE ADDRESSED _ the 


tenth anniversary dinner of 
the branch in the Columbia 


Country Club, with founders | 


and past presidents joining 
her at the head table. Among 


the 130 guests was Miss Elsie | 
Green, founder of the school | 


safety patrol. The speaker 
was introduced by Mrs. E. B. 
Weber. 


banquet chairman, and Mrs. 
William Baier presided. 

The entertainment program 
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Olson, accompanied on the 


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That’s Katie 


By Muriel Bowen 


KATIE Louchheim, direc- 
tor of women’s activities for 
the Democratic National Com- 
mittee, was honored at a din- 
ner and skit program at the 
Women’s National Demo- 
cratic Club last night. 

A quintet of congressional 
wives sang the theme song 
of the evening: 

“KKKatie, beautiful Katie, 
you're the 

Democratic 
adore 

And when it’s August out 
in Chicago 

We'll be waiting at 

Convention door.” 

Some lusty singing from 
Sen. Albert Gore of Ten- 
nessee, Rep. James M. Quig- 
ley of Pennsylvania and Hale 
Boggs of Louisiana, in the 
choruses, almost shook the 
rafters. But friendly interven- 
tion by Sen. Hubert H. 
Humphrey of Minnesota and 
Rep. Frank W. Boykin of 
Alabama, who were slightly 
out of tune, nearly put the 
first chorus on the rocks. 

In thanking her hosts, the 
Democratic Congressional 
Wives Forum, Mrs. Louch- 
heim said that she was proud 
of them bécause they showed 
that they could “help their 
husbands in politics as well 
as mend the socks.” 

“You are my personal en- 
voys to the grass roots,” 
said. “You go and work for 
the party in places I'm almost 
afraid to venture.” 


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rummage sale chairman and 
precinct helpers were fea- 
tured in a skit entitled, “Fash- 
ions for 1956"" announced by 
Mrs. Daniel J. Flood. 

Wolf whistles greeted Mrs. 
Henry S. Reuss, wife of the 
Representative from Wiscon- 
sin, who appeared as a Pre- 
cinct Worker. Her costume 
“which took quite a bit of 
trouble at practically no ex- 
pense” was made of pages 
from the Voters Register. A 
gold halo circled her head. 
And the index finger of her 
right hand was heavily band- 
aged—from work, of course. 

Comments such as “atta 
girl” mingled with Jaughter 
greeted the appearance on 
stage of Mrs. Billy Matthews 
as Fund Raiser. Her hand- 
bag was bursting with green- 
backs—all brand new $50 
bills. 

Mrs. Lee Metcalf, wife of 
the Representataive from 
Montana, appeared in one of 
the skits as a “Republican 
Worker.” Her costume, she 
admitted afterwards, was 
made up of things she had 
borrowed from Democratic 
congressional wives. 


THE STORY of Mrs. Louch- 
heim’s political successes was 
told by five wives of Con- 


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ing a letter in the name, 
Katie. Mrs. Joe L. Evins men- 
tioned the $36,000 that has 
been raised, so far, by “Teas 
for TV.” Other wives who 


took part in the story telling 
were Mrs. Richard L. Newu- 
berger, Mrs. Hale Boggs, Mrs. 
Chet Holifield and Mrs. Hu- 
bert. Humphrey. 

The final cheer greeted the 
remark of the chairman, Mrs. 
J. Allen Frear: “I hope the 
husbands have enjoyed this 
dinner paid for by their 
wives.” ; 

Rep. Clifford Davis, added 
a footnote. “One more din- 
ner like this,” he said as he 
relished a Churchill-sized 
cigar, “and I shall be forced 
to buy a new dinner jacket.” 


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THERE’S A DIFFERENCE—Mrs. Charlies 
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for her Texas-Mexican dinntrs which she 
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Cabells Go Indoors and Out 


By Winzola McLendon 
“THIS IS the first time the 
weatherman has ever done 


this to me!” Mrs. Charles P. 

Cabell cried last evening as 

she moved her “garden party” 
oors. 

Lt. Gen. and Mrs. Cabell— 
he is the Deputy Director of 
Central Intelligence—had the 
= da of their Bolling Air 

Orce Base quarters gaily 
decorated and tables of four 
set up for a Texas-Mexican 
dinner. Then, just 30 minutes 
before the first, guest was 
due to arrive, the rains came. 

Tables were hastily set up 
inside, large bowls of Guaca- 
mole and fritos strategically 
located near the Cerveza 
(that’s Mexican for beer), and 
Ferdinand—a shocking pink 
Toro, with sequined eyelashes 
and pearl draped horns— 
placed in the entrance hall. 

What happened then? Why, 
the sun came out, of course. 
And, the party was moved 
back into the lovely rose bor- 
dered garden with its gorge- 
ous view of the Potomac. 


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THE CABELLS—both for- 
mer Texans—who are fam- 
ous for their Texas-Mexican 
dinners gave last night's 
party for Secretary of the Air 
Force and Mrs. Donald 
Quarles and Air Force Chief 
of Staff and Mrs. Nathan 
Twining. Maj. Gen. and Mrs. 
James Briggs—they leave 
Monday for Colorado 
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Quarles and Air Force Chief of Staff and 
Mrs, Nathan Twining, Mrs. Cabell. served". 
Enchiladas (which she is taking out of the 
oven), Chili Con Carne, Affoz Mejicana, 
Frijoles, Tortillas, Pina, Dulce and. Salsa. 


will be Superintendent of the 
Air Force Academy—were 
there. 

Assistant Secretary of the 
Air Force Lyle Garlock, Lt. 
Gen. Joseph Smith (he heads 
MATS) and Lt. Gex Emmett 
O'Donnell Jr., were a three- 


some; Roy St. Lewis arrived 
with Texans Col. and Mrs. 
Harold (“Dry Hole”) Byrd, 


Events on Today’s 


A BRUNCHEON of the 
Women's American ORT, 
Washington North-West 
Chapter at 10:30 a. m. in the 
PEPCO auditorium, 10th and 
E sts. nw; will find 11 of- 
ficers- newly installed. Mrs. 
Karl Gerber is president, and 
her collcagues are Mrs. Julius 
Karp «nd Mrs. Paul Krause, 
vice presidents, and Mrs. Na- 
than Ostroff, executive sec- 
retary ... Two years in the 
Far East will be discussed by 


Club Calendar 


Mrs. Maynard Miller when 
she entertains the Northern 
Virginia Chapter of Alpha 
Omicron Pi af 8 p.m. in her 
‘home at 239 Aspen st., Alex- 
andria. Officers will be in- 
stalled . . . Paul Jennings, 
nurseryman, will discuss 
“Shrubbery and Landscap- 
ing” when the Maryland-Sub- 
urban D.C. Alumnae Chapter 
of | Delta Gamma _ Sorority 
meets at § p.m. in the home 
of Mrs. Woodrow W. Steven- 
son, 841 Bowie st., Rockville. 


ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL—The Texas- 
Mexican garden party given by Lt. Gen. and Mrs. 


Cabell last night at their Bolling Air Force Base 
quarters which moved inside when the rains 


came was back outside in time for the quests te 
enjoy the view of the sunset over the , 


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Ralph W. Gardner Tosses Hat Into That Ring’ 


By. Marie McNair 

DID” YOU . KNOW  taat 
Ralph W. Gardner who's 
been practising law here, 
has decided t throw his hat 
into the ring 
to run for 
R e presenta- 
tive in Con- 

gress from 
North Caro- : 


ner wife died on the eve 
of his sailing’ for England to 
take up the post of Uniced 
States Ambassador in Lon- 
con. Although he has a house 


here, Ralph Gardner operates 
a* farm near Shelby, where 


‘1938 with high 


he was born, owns two other 
farm houses which are oc- 
cupied by his farm employes. 
The Gardner Angus Farm is 
famous for its pure-bred 
Aberdeen-Angus cattle. 

Ralph Gardner was voted 
“best all around member” of 
his class at the University 
of North Carolina, played 
varsity football in college 
and wa* graduated fror Yale 
University Law School in 
scholastic 
grades. 


HE’S had an interest in 


‘ politics ever since he left 


college and returned to Shel- 
by. He was elected president 
of the Young Democratic 
Clubs of North Carolina and 
he served as North Carolina 
State Senator from 1939 to 
1941. 

War interrupted his career 


for five years. A few days 
after Pearl Harbor he en- 
listed as a private, was com- 
missioned a second lieuten- 
ant in the Field Artillery and 


served in the Far East thea- 
ter until 1946 when he was 
discharged into the Reserves. 

Ralph married pretty Car- 
rie Horn Derby who's an Ala- 


baman and Washington got 
to know them well and 
them during the years 
they've lived here. I, for one 
hope he makes it! 


-_—— 


Delinquency Studied by P-TA Delegates 


SAN FRANCISCO, May 22 
(‘@—More than four out of 
10 school children choose not 
to participate with their fel- 
lows in group fun or projects. 
Out of the withdrawn and 
lonely 40 per cent, said direc- 
tor Heman G. Stark of the 
California youth authority, 
come most of the candidates 
for juvenile correctional in- 
stitutions. 

Three thousand delegates 
to the 60th national congress 
of parents and teachers close. 
ly listened yesterday as Stark 


and six other panel experts 
probed the causes of prob- 
lem children. 

Stark said his experience 
Showed that the key problem 
in delinquency and juvenile 
offending was that “some one 
has to care enough, for the 
child involved, to do some- 
thing.” 

The direction for the real 
effort, Stark said, lies in bet- 
ter schools, better homes and 
better recreation — not in 
more parole officers and 
more correctional institu- 
tions. 


DR. FRANK. Baxter, 
tionally-known teacher and 
television lecturer, declared 
tonight that one of the, “sins” 
of the modern education sys- 
tem is the practice of gear- 
ing the pace of learning to 
the “mediocre” student, the 
United Press reported... 

(“Some of the waste of Ru- 
man stuff is inexcusable,” 
Baxter told the 3000 de‘e- 
gates. “It is wrong that the 
superior student with rich 
capabilities should be denied 
the chance to unfold to the 
limit of his powers.”] 

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at your first sip—lies in our new “custom” 
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This means that each of the fine, imported 
coffees which go into our famous blend is now 
roasted SEPARATELY, according to its own 
characteristics. Some require shorter roasting 
periods, others longer. This “custom” method 
of roasting brings out the best flavor that’s in 
the beans. The ordinary method of blending 
all types of coffee and roasting them together, 
helter-skelter, often results in “tipping” of the 
coffee bean which tends to cause bitterness. 


That’s why Wilkins’ new “custom” roast- 
ing process is bound to give you a finer cup of 
coffee, a more mellow cup of coffee. Our care- 
ful “coddling” of each of the many fancy 
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may take more time and pains, but we know 
you'll agree that it’s well worthwhile. 


So there you have it: two wonderful 
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FIRST NIGHT FILL-IN—When Chief Jus- 


tice Earl Warren made an unexpected trip 
daughter Virginia 
made an unexpected trip to the theater. 
Using her father’s ticket, Virginia attended 


to Chicago Monday, 


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By Vic Casamento. Staff Photographer 


the Washington opening of “The Teahouse 
of the August Moon” at the National with 
her mother. Here the pair take a premiere 
program from usherette Gladys Ashe. 


| hemin,” 


Thailander Backed Losers 


By Eileen Summers 
“WELCOME.” said The 


_ Happy Thailander and pinned 


On us a brooch depicting a 
temple dancer. 

“Tuis is Dr. Sukit Vimman- 
said the State De- 
partment’s John MeJennett, 
at the party given Friday by 
the Julius Cahns for partici- 
pants in the first Asian Amer- 
ican Conference on Cultural 


- Relations. 


Cahn had previously met 
several of the Asian guests 


| during the trip through Asia 


and the Middle East he made 


| last fall as counsel to the 
| Senate 
| eign Relations. 


Committee on For- 


“Dr. Nimmanhemin is & 
former member of the Thai 


| Cabinet and now teaches at 
_ the university in Bangkok,” 
/ we were told. What? we want- 


ed to know. “Normally I 
teach civil engineering and 
abnormally, poetry, he 
obliged. 


THE ASIAN visitors rep- 


resented Burma, Cambodia, 
Ceylon, India, Indonesia, 
Laos, Pakistan, Thailand, and 
Vietnam. We learned they 
had visited San Francisco, 
Chicago, Minneapolis and 
Louisville. At Churehill 
Downs, Thailander Nimman- 
hemin succeeded in backing 
only losers—all 50 to 1 shots. 


Also at Louisville, he en- | 


deared himself to the citi- 
zenry by leading off a speech 
with the observation: “I don't 


suppose many of you Know | 


much more about Thailand 
than that we were once Siam. 
However, I am neither a cat 
nor a twin.” 

Guests at the garden party 
at the Cahns home in Bethes 
da included Supreme Court 
Justice William O. Dow 
Pakistan Minister and 
Kahn. former Amassador 
and Mrs. Myron Cowen; 
Zelda Fichhandler, director 
of Washington's slumbering 


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—PAUL PETERSON 


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to 


daughter, Victoria, 


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The 
bridegroom-elect attended 
Oregon State College and at- 
tends the United States Naval 
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| DOLLY GOODMAN 


—MARVIN BAND 
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Goodman 


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their daughter, Dolly, to Mar- | 


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[On Today S Calendar | ond, TIMES HERALD 


35 ‘ 
PENCHANTS for posies Greenbrier st.. Arlington, will 
will draw working girls to a conclade the current season __ LEARN TYPING | BLUE 


special evening flower ar- . the mg oo Me gel Typing at Tem- 
ranging course at 7:30 p. m. in . ant 3 ple is taught by 

Sorority. Uohostesses will be |? Paul Stokes. 
the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Y Mrs. Edward Gasson, Mrs. | , roa = Fae con. 
Cottage, 2700 Norwood drive, FPobert —. McMann and Miss | : P Sender fer tha PERIODIC PAIN 
will conduct the six-week | ne, championship Don’t let the calendar make a slave of you 
stint. ... The spotlizht will Mr Stokes an every month, Betty! Just take a Midol tablet 


focus on the “Crisis of the with a glass of water .. . that’s all. Midol 
World's Middle Zone” when MUST i BEAR , 9 saggy tg brings you faster relief from menstrual pain—it relieves 
Historical Adviser H. Duncan PauL stokes Personally in. fe ss 
structs all stu- cramps, eases headache and chases the ‘biues. 


Mall of the British Embassy y | 4 
addresses the University | SAA ents. 
Women's Club at 6:30 p. th. Tuition is $28 monthly in day 
st a dinner of the group's CHILD? school, $14 a month at night. 
iternational relations com- . Le a 2 A nn a 


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A night of terror... a lifetime The School is fully air conditioned 


asiness session at 12:30 p.m. || anguish, The true story of s TEMPLE SCHOOL 


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to simplify kitchen work ‘or 


today's housewife. This island 

siove with surface cooking N | 

units includes set-in rounded OVW e eart e © 
cabinet doors with storage e o 


space for pots and pans. The 
rows of steel wall and base 


storage cabinets in the back 
ground, including a built-in 
wall oven, come in two shades 
of baked enamel finish 

In Kitehen 


Appliances 
Replace 
Servants 


WHAT'S NEW in kitchens’ 
Push-button servants styled 
in steel! American families 
have lost their servants but 
they're doing something 
about it. Four thousand new 
electric ranges a day, for ex 
ample, and a million more 
food freezers a year. These 
are being added to the 13 
million ranges and 7 million 
freezers in use 

“New kitchens” mean dish- 
washers and waste disposers 
too. along with small elec- 
trie appliances such as deep 
fat fryers, egg cookers and 
roastel In 1930. there were 
19 different kinds of electric 
anpliances. Today, there- are 
5i and more - are being 
C veloped 


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MODERN KITCHENS of 
nm combine with laundries 
sien reflect new deve- 
nents — automatic wash- 
i's. qryers and ironers 
ihey're all a part of the 
owing usefulness of the 
‘hen 
And the beauty of sleek 
‘l cabinets is duplicated in 
w appliances for kitchens 
in which more and more fa- 


nilies are finding a gathering , \ = - Help your dog keep younger longer! 


a place to live and 
Now 3-Flavor Red Heart, adds Lecithin to help your dog enjoy 
a longer, more active life! 
teins llaaiw tues Lecithin, a natural food substance found in egg yolk and soya 
honoring Miss Gertrude S | germ, is essential to life processes. It is a prolific source of 
pe Sgt hg py ge cage | dhe f ; phosphorous.ahd important ‘‘B-Complex” vitamins. Animals fed 
tee te Waahinmbads on apdah 7 Red Heart with Lecithin show increased growth rate, better 


dent general of the Daugh- | condition of eyes, coat and general health. 


lange Seay fonction Lecithin helps increase longevity by aiding the assimilation 
with Rep: Graham A. Berdes of Vitamins A and D and the better absorption of fat. This aids the pertect 
(D-N. C.) and Mayor M. H. : nutrition and the building and re-building of body tissues. 
Lupton officiating ® Lecithin helps prolong your dog’s youthfulness to give you more 
g years of companionship. 
Help your dog keep younger longer! Give him Red Heart's 
variety diet . . . Beef, Fish or Liver—all with Lecithin added. 


Dinner Given 


Lecithin, tool 


Paal thinks it’s just wonderful the 

way | keep our house looking 

practically perfect and still have 

time to do so many other things. 

The plain truth is that I've found 

f ister, easier ways to get my work 

« one. Take wood floors. Cleaning 

#od waxing them was something 

ficree. L can still remember how 

my muscles ached for days after, Segeee: Sy ’ : = eee es 

Put not now, It's almost a BEEN a,F,. ee Oe ae 

pleasure with Bruce Cleaning Wax. ELavO’S 2 /S,, ™ . a  AVOR Trust Red Heart to add Lecithin, 

‘Lhere’s no floor washing at all! ping Gin he, ed Bef A eee ee “th oe 

Bruce cleans and waxes at the a . <a See Sie —— REET OSB, Vs bd youth element,’’ to its 

same time. And my wood floors — OC A we ee ay perfect “balanced formula” cat 

own on ae — ane | a : eer te food. Not only does Lecithin 

han when | did them the har ‘oe wit pee 

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you'll really appreciate Bruce -s longer with better condition of 
LETS YOU CHANGE FLAVORS WITHOUT CHANGING BRAND eyes, coat and general health, 


Cleaning Wax. 
but tests show that cats definite- 


, Sa I"ve found other Bruce 
floor products help me, too. There's ly preter a0 - 
Bruce Floor Cleaner for cleaning and with Lecithin. 
lighter waxing, Bruce Paste Wax, 
Bruce Asphalt Tile Cleaner, Bruce 
Asphalt Tile Self-Polishing Wax and 
the new Bruce 
Self- Polishing - 
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THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERAL 
“86 Wednesday, May 0%, 1956 . 


Contrariwise 


Frank RJoli ffm 


No more nightly pin-ups with 


Ret 
Satin Set 


You saw it, perhaps, ‘last night on the 


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6 ay dD t iw: 
Question 
Use Satin Set for lasting curls, $1.35 and $2 


plus Federal tax 


Complete stocks of Revion preparations and 
Revion’s Futurama lipstick cases at al! times. 


Make Jelleff's your Revion store 


Generosity 


My daughter, off on weekend jaunt, 
Has packed the beauty aids I want, 
My lipsticks, magic films—oh all 
My festive foolish folderol. 


You'd think she'd know, the heedless dear, 
Such tricks are much more needed here. 
But she might have them all, forsooth, 
Would she but trade with me her youth. 


Ellen Wise 


Mary Haworth’s Mail 


DEAR MARY HAWORTH: 

My husband and I had to get 
married: and we will have 
been married 24 years this 
summer. A 
child was § 
born after * 
5 e Vv Pe n 
months’ mar- 
riage: and 
we had three 
more chil 
dren in the 
next 10 
years. 

During all 
these years, Mary Haworth 
we have al- 

| ways added a year to our wed- 
ding anniversary, even with 
the children. And according 
to these figures, this year 
would be our silver wedding 
anniversary, but in truth it 
| is only our 24th. 

My problem is, should I re- 
| veal the truth to our eldest 
| child, now 23? Or should we 

be consistent with our story 


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RC. Get acquainted with this lighter, fresher 
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Rain or shine, the “Steam- 
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tonight for the benefit of the 
American Field Service. At 
| 7:30 p. m., the S.S. Mt. Ver- 
non will begin a Moonlight 
Cruise and Supper down the 
Potomac. Meyer Davis will 
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Tonight's cruise will benefit 
the A. F. §. International 
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study in American homes and 
sends American students 
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Burying Past is Sometimes’ betier 


and celebrate the anniversary have married him, he cordance with their private 
quietly? Perhaps I should tell thought. estimate of their worth. Thus 
you, the marriage has worked You see, there was a great your children’s welfare is 
out wonderfully. deal o° family opposition bound to be affected, one way 
God has been very good to when we were going together, or another, by the quality of 
us, and I’ve always thought owing to a difference in reli- their involuntary feelings 
it was because we faced up’ gion. Since we married, Tom about themselves and their 
to what we had done and  =/has joined my church and so _ioparents, and family history, 
went ihrough with it, instead has his elder brother. | hope during their formative years. 
of having an abortion, which to hear from you soon, and . 
was a very common practice we shall appreciate any help AND YOUR eldest child, 
in those d>pression years. We you can give us. VY. if still unmarried at 23, isn't 
5 s . . - , . 
5 betiibed feeais sad tom DEAR V. Y.:. Without try- yer nee life-seasoned 
we have.our own home and ing to, your letter clearly sets emotionally mature to di- 
four splendid children. forth a humble steadfast de- - %%5! With adult detachment, 
: or understanding, the “truth” 


MY HUSBAND always has Cency of character, in your about his (or her) nativity 
been “out of this world.” He usband and shtcrcen fam And certainly the other, 
is wonderful, patient, under- *"¥T®° this impression ‘will younger children are even 
standing and loving: also a ‘trike home to every reader, less prepared to comprehend 


good worker. Never once has #4 enlist their sympa‘hetic (with self-respect) this ex- 
cerpt from their parents’ past. 


he. thrown up to me what. Tespect for your present po- All things considered, my 
happened. When we married, sition, as you wonder, scrupu- recommendation is: Don't dis- 
he said he loved me very’ Ilously, what to do about the inter the bones of ancient 
much anc was grateful that upcoming silver anniversary history, now or ever, As 
things worked out this way, (alleged). Scripture says, “Let the dead 


as otherwise I would never past bury its dead,”—which 
As I consider your story, means. don’t be a grave-dic- 


mene et eam ik it seems to me that “the 
| = ger as regards dead-and-gone 
truth, the whole truth and yesterday's mistakes and re- 


U | W ss nothing but the truth” of the  grets. 

ne er ay matter is nobody's business Some graybeard has left 
2 but your own—yours and ws the dictum: “Never ex- 
Moonli ht pan s, 1 mean. To all intents piain; your friends don’t need 
o purposes, your lives havé jt and your enemies won't 
been linked for approxi  pelijeve it.” I think you should 
now has students in the ately a quarter of a ceNM- \take this counsel to heart, 
United States head the list of 0 Action cboat exmct  *nd recognize that you don’t 
distinguished patrons and pa- dates, you've been trying to rage Sx corey ghee ce ag 
tronesses. Honorary co-chair- spare your children, insofar long ines has been assimi- 

men of the Washington Com- 45 possible, any distressing Of jated into the fabric of a Z 


mittee, A. F. S., are Mr. and rename a gp pth mong Rony » marriage. M. H. 
; , y st, course. s is 
Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss. a justified precaution, in my Mary Haworth counsels 
Hostesses aboard ship to- opinion. through her column, not by 
night are members of the It is a fact of life that mail or personal interview, 
Washington Committee. head- people are treated by society Write to her in care of The 
e : _ more or less as they expect Washington Post and Times 
d by Mrs. Harold J. Cool to be treated; that is, in ac- Herald. 


idge, and women from Wash- 
ington’s social, official and | 


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A ATS STORAGE 


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A gay display of tempting 
foods, as well as fashions 
and decorative objects im- 
ported from the Philippines 
wil be on the stalls at a new life... new usefulness ... 
azaar in the Philippine Em- exciting new style! Let Saks master furriers 
bassy, 2253 R st. nw. on May 

remodel your furs for the coming years. Make 


26 from 11 a. m. to 6 p. m. | , : 
, | your old fur coat into a glamorous, new-looking | 


pep eyes rlinn bert asad ‘ake cape, stole or modern coat styled in the newest 
S-o. m. and oaain ct 4D. m silhouette. This is a custom service ... executed for 
atk ts ‘denbiee . ae reas you alone. All work done in our own workrooms., 
suai nek déeecs 6f Os mg We will gladly estimate your fur needs based 

: on our special low spring and summer rates, 
pino people. Admission to 
this will be $1.00. 


The b is bei held 
by “fi nesiiiagtia ae ame CUSTOM 
 paevnireene Women of 
washington through the cour | CLEANING 
Mrs. Carlos P. Romulo. The 


proceeds will go to charities ~ 
in both Wahington and the CALL NA. 8-1647 —— vat ‘ 


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‘c : . Ne ’ 4 
New Era Club Has Birthday 
Grace Kelly-Prince Rainier 
i which she attended 
as official representative for 
NBC. 
Federation of Women’s Clubs 
headquarters, 1734 N st. nw. 
Honor guest for the party | = = 
will be Hazel Markel, Wash- 123: 0.0 @2 der. 9 8 a 
aa" correpsondent for the  /[} are 
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“Weekday.” Mrs. Markel, who | 1108 CONNECTICUT ave 
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Sacony has 
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Misses’ and petite sizes. 
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CORSET 
| CONVERSATIONS 


here's the sad story of the 
girl whe only took twe bras 


eon her vacation .« .- 


She took evening dresses, and bare top playclothes, 
and suits, and cocktail fashions and somehow 
NOTHING looked quite right. The high-bos- 
omed empire sheath she paid a whole week's 
salary for somehow just didn't come off. (Her 
bra was all wrong.) The deep decolletage dinner 
dress was never quite comfortable because her 
strapless wasn't cut quite low enough to take 
the neckline. When she played tennis in a 
halter, the boning of her torso bra nearly 
squeezed the life out of her. 


Next Time She'll Take « Whole Wardrobe of Bras, 
if she’s smart. And, the best place to build 
a bra wardrobe is in the Hecht Co.'s 3 com- 
plete shops. Every famous name you've learned 
to rely on ... in every new and wanted fabric 
. . . styled to accommodate any fashion... 
and any occasion... And, if you're in doubt about 
your needs ... or your size . . . you'll find some 
of the most experienced, courteous corsetieres 
in town at your service. 


if you're vecation-bound they may suggest the 
“prelude,” shown above. It's wee 


sult your travel agen 
ards at The Hecht Co.’s Bra Shops. 


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Then invite Heollyweed Specie! 
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on restricted menus. Baked without 
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the polote. There ere meny imite- 
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YEAR-ROUND FAVORITE—In and out of — 
season, canned fruits make a tempting des- 
sert. Hawaiian pineapple slices, peaches and 
pear halves are the “making’ 
dessert. All you have to is chill the canned 
fruit, open the containers, drain and ar- 


’ for this easy 


iy Bee 


watercress. 


range fruit. To prepare the fruit compote 


above, overlap slices of pineapple across 
center of a large serving dish. Arrange 
peach and pear halves on either side of 
pineapple. Garnish with a half slice of 
orange and lemon and sprigs of mint or 


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‘THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
ete Wednesday, May 23, 1956 37 


Store Hours 9:30 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. 


Holds hair in place with 
a gossamer touch . ., 
just a gentle tap of the 
pressurized container for 
this fine light spray, and 
your hair stays set, soft 
and lovely for days. Per- 
fumed with Blue Grass, 
1.75 plus tax. Mail and 
p hone orders invited, 
NAtional 8-7730, 

Cosmetics, First Floor 


Anne's Trading Post 


THERE IS a need for more 
boarding homes for children. 
An Anne reader asks some 
advice before opening her 
home. 

“I would like to inquire of 
Anne readers who have had 
experience in boarding chil- 
dren: What are the rates for 
two from Sunday evening to 
Saturday noon? Is there an 
extra charge for the entire 
week? Does the one boarding 
the children do their wash?” 

Mrs. B. M. G., Alexandria 


DOMESTIC ISSUE 


REGARDING a domestic 
worker's duties,.I believe 
most housewives differ with 
the man who stated in your 
column that washing windows 
and blinds and “heavy clean- 
ing” should not be expected 
of a weekly cleaning woman. 

All housework is more or 
less heavy work. Since house- 
wives are performing such 
routine chores constantly, we 
surely expect cleaning help 
to assist us as necessary. I 
wouldn't ask a _ cleaning 
woman to do any chores [ 
wouldn't do myself, such as 
washing walls. Domestic help 


windows and blinds should 
seek different fields of em- 
ployment. 


MORE ON MICE 


LAST YEAR we had a 


problem with mice. I solved 
it with the following steps. 


1. Set plenty of traps, be- | et] 


“Charbert 


at right | 


tween 10 and 15, in rooms 
where they are especially 
found. Put them 
angles to their passageways, 
where they really can’t avoid 
them. 

2. Stuff the area around 
pipes with commercial steel 
wool. Also stuff any other 
holes from the basement 
through which mice might 
travel. 

3. Put a strip of wood or 
corrugated paper under any 
doors. Make them flush with 
the floor. 


Mrs. C. Z. 


ROMAN HOLIDAY 


MY HUSBAND and I are | 
going to Rome, Italy, on a | 
job for two years. Can Anne | 


readers give us some infor- 


mation on living conditions | 


there? 
We would like to know 


Mrs. C. T. 


Julius 
Garfinckel 
& Co. 


furnished apartments, the 
cost of food and laundry fa- 
cilities. Mrs. W. A. C 


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Regular | 
$3.00 | 
Value 


$y00" 


OBBLERS Inc. 


skim lightly across summer 


Print goes to your feet with this 
delightful flat, becoming a colorful 
accent for your cottons. The India- 


influenced print, predominately 


which is adverse to washing about rents, the availabilty of blue, red, black or yellow. 6.95 


HOURS in 
9 A.M. te 9 P.M. Debutante Shoes, Sixth Floor 


WwoRLo-wics 


Elinor Lee’s Recipe Box 


Oven-F ried Chicken 
With Butter-Honey Sauce 


2 tsps. paprika 

% cup butter (1% 
sticks) 

% cup honey 

% cup lemon juice 


SALONS 


1732 Eye Street, N.W. RE. 71-7339 


L-2 and L-4 Bus Stop at Door 


EM. 2-2746 


Beloved Breathless fra- * end Spring Valley 
grance in a light-hearted | 
version. Long - lasting) 
and so cooling. Priced! 
SO yOu Can use it lavish- 
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bottles for yourself .. . 
for gifts. 


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4308 Wilson Bivd. Arlington, Va. 
246 W. Broad St. Falls Church, Va. 


1 chicken, cut up for 
frying 
1 cup flour 
2 tsps. salt 
4 tsp. pepper 
Dip chicken pieces into mixture of flour, salt, pepper 
and paprika. Melt % cup (1 stick) butter in a shallow 
baking pan in a hot oven (400 degrees F.). Remove pan 
from oven. Arrange chicken in single layer in pan, 
turning to coat with butter. Bake skin side down in 
a hot oven, 400 degrees F., for 30 minutes. Turn chicken. 


. 

> Limited Time Only! 

Only ON SALE AT ALL 
Pour over chicken a butter honey sauce made by melt- 
ing % cup (% stick) butter in a saucepan and adding 


; honey and lemon juice. Bake another 30 minutes or | 


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Sa Sd until fork tender. Spoon sauce over chicken during rug Stores 
Staats ee | last 15 minutes of baking. — 


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See them at play wearing carefree 


white terrycloth. These are beautifully close-knit to be especially 


soft and comfortable. Toddler sizes, 2-3x, children’s sizes, 3-6x. 


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- Advertisement 


| Flower Demonstration 


Members of the Rock 
_ Creek Garden Club will give 
the patients of Walter Reed 
Army Hospital a demonstra- 
tion of flower arranging and 
corsage making on Thurs- 
day. Members of the club 
who hold blue ribbon 
awards for flower arrange- 
ments will be aiong to help. | 


Everything in 
Both Stores 


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Except Uphol- 
stery Material 
slightly higher 


“| discovered 


married 
id 
iness! 


It was a happy 
discovery for Mrs. 
E. C. Pauley when 
a nurse told her 
about the proper 
method of douch- 
ing with a fountain 
syringe, using an effective yet safe 
solution, like ZONITE. ZONITE 1s 
an effective antiseptic-germicide 
that washes away germs and odor- 
causing waste and is harmless to 
tissues! Benefit from Mrs. 
Pauley's discovery, and become 
one of today’s modern wives who 
welcome the “peace of mind” and 
daintiness ZONITE gives them af- 
ter monthly periods and other 
times. If any abnormal condition 


All-white cardigan for boy or girl, 2.50 


in white trimmed with red 


We have just received from the largest fabric house and navy knit polo 


in the world 28 thousand yards of surplus drapery 
and slipcover fabric that would normally sell from 
4.35 to 10.50 per yard. Some of the materials are 
manufacturers’ closeouts and selected irregulars. 


Silver Tea 


Sunday, May 27, is the | 
date chosen by Samia Temple | 
No. 51, Daughters of the Nile, | 
for its annual Silver Tea. 
Listed for 3 to 6 p. m., the | 
affair will take place at the 
home of Queen Anna Jo M. | 
Jones, in Falls Church... | 
Also on the calendar for | 
Samla Temple No. 51 is a | 
exists, see yourdoctor. UseZONITE | regular monthly session at 8 | 
as directed as often as Pp. m., on May 22, at Joppa 

1, 


Costs pennies per douche. Hal 


shirt, shorts and 
sunsuit, 2.00 each. 
White pique sun 
hats from 2.25. 


Reg Sale 


poet SS) PSE 
2—Screen Prints........ » +». 4.50 to 7.00....1.28 
3——Chevrend Antique Setin........... 6,358. *.:. tae 
4—Damask Prints sa-waé 066d CAP oe ee 
5—Fortisan Sheer Prints ............. 3.6... 88 
6—Hand Prints ............ 7.00 to 10.50... .1.25- 


7-——~180,000 yds. Slipcover and Drapery, 
3.00 to 7.00... .1.25 


3.23... 3.88 


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Our cleaning process brings 
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and prolongs their life and 
beauty. Estimates cheerfully 
given without obligation. 

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| ESTABLISHED 1917 
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Closeouts 


5. TO 50 YD. PIECES 


Remnants 


- Seeunseiietnmensiaiall 


ARNOLD W. HURT | 


Decorators and Fabric Center 
3420 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. 127 N. Wash. St., Alex., Va. 
EM. 3-1771 Across from J. C. Penney Co. 
Mon, thru Fri, 10 A.M.9 P.M. © Sat, 10 A.M.-6 P.M, (Both Stores) 
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Experts Air 
Launching 
Of Satellite mana 


Scout Symphony — The Na . suc- , f° egg Oving to unf 
tional Symphony Orchestra will p, Sveuat 38 are compe 


present a concert at the National be held st. 
coe or 


| ‘THE WASHINGTON Post and ci isnies : , e 

_ 38 Wednesday, May 23, 1956 Si dig cs Qi the 

Pr ince Geor ges Hints By Paul Seren 
Zone Control Extension 


By Laurence Stern 
Stat! Reporter 
Prince Georges County com-|a meeting among courity heads, 
missioners hinted yesterday the Washington Suburban Sani- 
they will seek to extend subur-|tary Commission and the plan- weathér 
ban zoning and housing con-|ning commission within several 
trols to rural areas of the jweeks, County Attorney Wil- 
county during next year’s ses- liam Kahler said. “We will do 
sion of the Maryland General some definite future planning” 
Assembly. ‘for rural areas, Kahler added. 
Couatuctaners said they are| The planning commission's 
considering expanding jurisdic-|present boundary, which in-| 
tion of the Maryland-National|cludes most of the county's perat urep of the Longchamps Restaurant |tute of Radio E eers. 0 ; Sans i le trams. 
" , ee. 

Crean bape tr rel ndod suk" “apcorl etme wie een |caam et weak opened Ge] he, tine Mere) Sn aie B 
cathe ithe fenatel yvede > 9 mn.| latitude. But despite it all, he’sinew Pow Wow room at the mented hollow ‘metal > 
__The proposal will be aired at/mission President Jesse S. a pretty cool fellow with a band local Lougchamps and the In-|three.stage rocket. If all goes 
"| Baggett said he favored “some and that’s what he has brought dians never had it so good. well, it will be shot into upper 
> kind of control all over the| to the Mayflower Lounge. He The attractive lounge, |srace to encircl2 the earth in 

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RE—Handsome sofa. Inge. 


chair, 12x15 green broadioem reac. 


BRACE YOURSELF — Tom-; lectors and the Indonesian 
my Purcell is back in town. The' Embassy. 

society band leader hates hot 

weather and every time he's in| 


26, as a part of the 1956 Scouting»), 


_ dexposition. The orchestra, con- Th at a public ; 

ducted by Howard Mitchell, willing tt Toner Auitoriam of 
begin its concert at 7:45 p.m. (George Washington University. : 

‘ nee The program was sponsored by association) J Hor (uliding 

- the university and by the Wash- 9,000.90, further par- 

MAX WINKLER, president|ington Section of the Insti- : ithe purchase pr 


story 
is enough to Ee 


to ars os. h 
or elted an ‘EDP ap | FURN— 5 Spairs. rs. phests il aa 


* pretties 
the prone +1. j:' teats ey we women fier. JA. 68-5706 
ROBERT AT AN, “rus: 
8-23 


arranged, neprede tne fale. FU RNIT ITU RE . 


PHYS 
Your 3-Room 


county.” lo | loaded with replicas of Indian |jts own elliptical orbit some mad to ALL BRAND "NEW 


The county's rural districts |° pened Mepery oud © tree? art work, seats about 30 per- 
do not come under zoning or tion holds he'll be here for most) sons, The banquettes are 
building code controls now.|of the summer. | covered in a material excel- 
Kahler said _ legislative pro-| During the current engage-| lently representing horsehide 
came gel per iay _—— yet ment the band will feature the — a pty ye 2 
the three Presses Getta the! Hillcrest Trio and considerable | lop up with atake 
summer and fall. emphasis will be placed on) ow 

Commissioner Lansdale G.|Latin-American tunes. Speaking of things Indian and|stre stressed the need for precise 
Clagett wen the need for ad- | Tennis and polo fans may be| Western, the Woodner Hotel has| oa Tes b _ be meg ony ob- < & Son, Suite 601, Per- 
ee teeieal te tion of park and interested in knowing that he’s|\Tesumed its Sunday brunch in/Jec : he Settee Shae” he said, ursday. the 24th day of atic : 

eation sites in the southern | the Golden Steer Room and it’s}™™5 r than one-half responsible for any 
county areas. lexpert in both fields. He has served from 12:30 to 3 p. m. The of one de within the pro- ts incurred by anvope | other 

Yesterday's action came as|matched tennis talents with’ Golden Steer also is open for jected flight path at the criti-/ trict of Columbia. 
933° PENN. the latest development in ajprofessionals and he once dinner and after you've tried the|°#! sage, when the satellite is gixth interest tn and 
Br enner wt announced policy by com- lowned a stable of race horses. steaks or roast beef you'll be Bony agg Fg oo pn 

ssioners to curb the spread How about that? \convinced it’s aptly named, P. §. miles above 


Dee. Jost. Devt. Open 9-6. There. 9-9/of high density, low cost resi- There are “cowgirls” in the|®@rth. 
oe dential development into Prince ow Beverly Lounge, just a flight; 1, Similar vein, another 
JIMMIE BRAHMS, 


Almost Georges’ unsettled areas. some-| above the Golden Steer. They speaker, John P. Hagen, the 
DRY: SKIN ITCH? times stage-struck owner of! 


h project director at the Naval 
foot |serve the drinks, Research Laboratory here, 
§ a 0 Wy Ld AN y) Olmsted’s Restaurant and per- 
Virst applications of Zemo—a Pe petrator of various art shows 
doctor’s soothing antiseptic | (0 a. hawk 


noted that. the satellite would 
have to be so propelled from 
and exhibits, is now readying 
relieve itch of surface skin and) jw. mite, $68 wh a show that may be the most 
scalp irritations. Zemo stops 


pal 
the carrying rocket that its or- wor Suvdrentns. oO” TU: viel 
colorful of all he has presented. 2 
scratching and so Zemo 
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.| bit does not take it nearer than G 
200 7 pe earth, or farther INVITATION 
Stanley Adams 

Concurrent with the open- 

ing of “Teahouse of the 
1736 G NW. NA. 8-2668 

sot <He ONVERG 
Dear Sir; 

We appreciated your inquiry regarding our Summer 


5s 
than 1400 miles above earth at a Ry ® 
its _ sreatest distance. aa resold at the ainee FIN A eoasy 
h ientists throughout the 
eee vm — world hope the satellite will 
na mare See a give them valuable scientific 
started rn restau- data otherwise unavailable. 
| rant with Oriental costumes, 
| hand carvings, masks prints 
| and posters. Most of this ar- 
Evening Program. The following classes will be offered 
this Summer, June 11 through August 3, 1956. 
Elementary Accounting I. Theory & Practice 
Tues ursday 6:00-10 P.M. 
Elementary Soong IT. Theory & Practice 
Thursday .. .6:00-10:00 P.M. 


| tistic material will be on loan 
esday & 
Intermediate ~ emma I, Seon & Bey 


time during the 18month In- BEieWise stlec. fb Ee sis 

ngeey Geophysical Year, ideal for clubs, << hae Conewtiog, © 2ete, 

to begin July, 1957. The sphere, figtist Beck 

named Vanguard, is being built heel on ae ae © 

by the Martin Company of , ; re t be res or any 

Baltimore n eed debts incurred by (any other tran 
Peter Freeman, controls hae ED 5 allan 

group engineer for the vehicle, LING to oa a4 hours a 


rine and mattress 
piece dinette set. 


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num- < 
i 38). r. Craftsman 21 . 
ed P . in All in 3 custom. knotty-pine cabi- 
ashin Sani Im nets. Extra speaker. walnut cadi« 
net. offer 6350. Also James = 
washer. Bterile Rinse model, $1 
amera. $25. JA, 5- $4. 
mecacate, Hop u 
bemdoome “cabinet. $27 im 
compl Bios: 


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Absentee V ote Drive 


The wife of the Republi- 
can National’ chairman is 
heading a committée urg- 
ing New Yorkers—Demo- 
crats and well as Republi- 
cans living in the District 


- ~ aD . 
condition $50 Call JO. Ph Shay 


r t 
rus ress curl, 62. Lus- , AVE time and tr rouble. 
. trasilk. $6.50. CO. 5-8199. t your world- beapeen SAMSON- 


poked MoM 


advertised 
See Lay ROD 
1G N. Trustees. 


a tari4.18.2? 
BUSINESS SERVICE 9 


t ist r b ‘ A-1 carpenter, 20 yrs. ¢ ome 
o register for absentee . : 
votes. Montgomery Lists e! sewers sinks 
Mrs. Leonard W. Hall is . . eqtipmens: eeonemice:: 
chairman of the drive spon- Rabies Vaccinations seni contractor; 


A 
sored by the New York old houses restored or pureh F 
State Absentee Voters Com- Friday, May 25 and Monday,| 11 types hom. improvements: ad 


' May 28, are the last days when ee Saeeeese sacs Sormnerd 
mittee. Mrs. Hall said her porches . 
committee is looking for residents of Montgomery ee RA’ G- 4298 ian made, cri weight, 5 shifts, Values n good recondi- 
Democrats as well as Re County can get free rabies vac- ADDFTION = Hom ie bulging, | re- new; will sacri ice, $125 less than tioned office furniture 
; moceiing, nancing. : 
publicans. Friday's clinics ‘wil be from Pe a nee MACHINE Age _ - Bsa woh Our 
: j hes, h nodern "201 h st. toc efore You Buy. 
5 to 7 p. m. at the Kensington pa og ge +p a wey Hes—i! you bave y 


1338 G ST. MW WHA. 8-3258 


CENTRAL, 2019 


: , ower. elect sid 
__100-Tt. cord $35. JU. 5- 5798 


Office Furn. 


Washington's Best 


Elec ly 
will take $350. 


or 
drains; best 
efficient: 


atc FOR SALE 12 
ACCORDION...120 Bass, Finest Ital- . 


RETURN ENGAGEMENT 
BY POPULAR DEMAND 


TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY 


from private Washington col- 
00-10:00 P.M. 


Monda 
Intermediate Aesountion IL Theory & Practice 
Prida 6 :00-10:00 


u 


ized; & mor, skco BALES 


6 :00-10:00 


Advanced Accoun ing I 
Auditing I, Theory & Practice 
esday 


Introductory Economics 
esday 
Principles of Soomemice 
day 


Money and am — 
av 


law of corporations Etc. 


6:00-10:00 PM 
Further information about any of these courses is available 
in the Business Office Southeastern University, 1736 G St., NW, 
or by phoning NA. S on any time during the day. 
n for your tnauiry,. and we sincerely 
hope thet you will avail anaes of this opportunity to continue 
u 


hank you once 


your business st 


Sin 
sULIETTS LODTER 
Registrar 


eee ereees 6 :00-10:00 


6 :00-10:00 
TrTireyt 6 :00-10 :00 
6:00-10:00 


seecceees 6 :00-10:00 


INCLUDING SUNDAY 


DENISE 


DARCEL 
Joel Shaw 


And His ORCHESTRA 


No Cover—No Minimum 
$1.20 Admission 


Max Roach 
Clifford Brown 


Plus 
Paul Bley trie’ 
9:00 te 2:00 A.M. 

[ Set, Matinee 3 P.M. to 6 PM. | 
OLIVIA DAVIS 
PATIO LOUNGE 
711 13th St. N.W, 


Armory, 
ary School and Old Glen Echo 
Firehouse. Monday’s clinics 
will be held at Rockville, Jef- 
iferson and Monroe sts.; Glen- 
‘mont Elementary School; and 
‘the Flower ave. theater ‘park- 
ing lot. 


OFFICIAL NOTICES 


ct, t 
are entitied to be heard 
ranting of such licenses & 


Hillandale Element-' 


5. a es concrete 
remod. ils 


rec. rms.. 
7 carports, 

oe 5 eae est.: pians 
A Qnanci 9 a. m. to 


MARICK CONST. CO. 


types; r 
walls, houses garages. 
ce ork. , 

& 
1 - 


work vear.i 


free est.: 
or big jobs. 


Tite f Risch. Small 


and paint work. CO. 
- t A. P. m. 


nd t 
PARAMOUNT Co.. 22 ave. 
Free perkins. 
ANTIQUE LOVESEAT - 2 match. 
chrs., metal kit. cupbds. JA. 5- 


§355 

A ADIOW—Motorols. used 3 
mos. LO. 5-3360. after 6 p.m. 
BABY CAEE eie ‘ 1 
cond... use mos. -7 
BA Wes: $10.95; carriages, 
69 95: mattresses. 86 QP 


NT e 
ULMAN'S Juvenile 
97. 
Apt Ze; new Pee, "type- 
writer; sacrifice NO. 
i week Nation- 
] 7 advertised brand: pty 


SPECIAL! 
Beautiful walnut 8’x3’6” 
conference table, $175. 

EXTRA SPECIAL! 


Our Furniture Sale is 
still in progress. Buy 
grade-A steel and wood 
office furniture at huge 
discounts. 


FREE DELIVERY 


Business 
Furniture Sales 


Reservations ME. 8-2122 remod ak 
eee Borshes small jobs AD. 2-88 

a -Firs es 472. St. NW. ME. 8.1586 

" , 00 ves. east of Center Market 

odd plec oving. ‘ City 


2.79 
cis (2), $20 each. OFFI ICE FURNITURE . 
BEDS—GOVt S RPL SPECIAL PURCHASE 
TOP QUALITY. 3 TRADE-IN, Reconditioned, 
Ses (STERIL. Lizk Used, 200 Desks—All Sizes 
Colors, $15 Up 
250 Steel and Wood Legal 
Letter Files—-$15 Up 
300 Chairs—$3.50 Up 
20 Safes—-$50 Up 
Tables——-Bookcases—Lockers 
New and Used—$25,000 Stock 
to Choose From at Savirgs 


Up to 75% 


DELIVERY AND PARKING 
MANHATTAN PrICE EQUI iP CO, 


Os? New York Ave. 


lectronie, “spinel. rent Tal 
eo sav $200: 2 manua', 
18-note, pedal. twin hi-fi speakers: 
new fe a! KITTS. 1330 G st 


FoR —New and used 
&pi inets, consoles, — ands an u 
rights at moderate rates (Thea $6 


Riva? fends 


Pius 
JUNE ARNOLD'S 

ICE CAPERS aoe CREF etre 2078, 
——— * a. Bg aoe aie gS 3 
~ . ac An 


COCKTAILS @ LATE SUPPER James 


EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 
WINDSOR 


The The Post sry Ay Rtecbie pitse, i" Ritension t 531. gy Fy x. 
ABC Shorthand 


EMPLE SCHOOL . “3 Sepa@uesst 1338 G St. N.w. 


Learn to write 90 te 100 words a minute im six weeks Sr jaiae 
($12 S weekis} or 12 weeks eve. session (86 wkiy.) Typing included 


Accountancy and Financial Administration 
SS pep apn FRANBLIN UNIVERSITY 


nd ing im eccountancy end financial 
tration lead to 5&3 = M.C ec 
for accounting and atditing anh? 8 


to executive positions _ apes of accounting. 
law, finance. and wt ye ee examinations. Ap- 


fice ieie su RE. 1-2262 


OUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY 1708 @ Sevect N.W. 
ted, 


Pres LU. 1-4686. 1 
ly 4a ; 
care expertiy one ' Sst. 


scraping. 


uiside. wa 


werier and eo 
est. all any 


aho in 
nereprins seattress: 


SEDRM aUITE- Nee 
D Bt ITE New blond Sahara 
iia dr resser,. ise. 


Ti 
columbia, be 
Part as follows: 


4 serting | 
ord danse s 


adminis- 
2300 Connecticut Ave., N.W. 


For Reservations Phone HU. 3.7700 


e par 
ing with reet: 3 — : 
; 81. EP SHOP. 3521. Fnnalis ave. 
Street, to zain Street on. th south Ce Th = z _Wheaton, Md LO. 4-6800. 
ABC Network Coast to Coast ne 6:30 Amend Part a; eS prices ia BU ILDING MATERIAL 
cast Tonight, 9:°30-10 P.M. ticle Rx¥" Section 163 (a) 3; town. 4-3821. Li. 6-0611 ‘til ACE KI st 0s 
“Rest a. rth > ’ 4002 Minn. Aye. L 00 
“on the east sid R pr = . 


Whiteman's Bands IN : 
| and repair fimo 


Land.” Features Guest Joel 
only with sv yp a 
able pry iW 8- 99. RA 3- 7393 
inting, ws 
raping. plaster. patches. LI. 6- 


Direct From Windsor Park. 


co-ed tional, reasonable rates, 
ouree of atu ‘study includes all phases 
BCS Ls ee 
ial students ac- 
Veterans approved. Write or call for 


: - *< 
Luxe Dinners from $2.50, served PENN. AVE. ot 18th St. W.W. 


De 
until midnight 


SON 


A 4,22 Smith- Co 
rona: 12-8959 99: tax key $209 


in PER 


treet and substi. 


CATHY CARR Sing Ee fauleese. “Pia ti 


Sensational Recording Star of Stree Ly 
oe case: . free 222 G stn aw, RE. 4.4434, 


th 

aa Y sa time, except on between PLA GoW! ~ — 4 Banc ¥ 
iVOR TOWER 5.5. 2. a + =. zrom “ous copabie mi a aes, work, 7 ee cond; reas. RE. 6-8313, ANO—Parior grand, «ood “cand 
a ™m . 
Pius a fabulous one hour and side. no parki : ROOF INSTALLED. guaranteed up BEEP Pat , Rear Roebuck. U._}-2099 
fifteen minute revue Amend Part Il. Article X2V, OO ES manahip -_ Coldspot, 12 cu. $120. OL. 


ee stores open every evening. Park 
Cole ron. 


Preparation, PLA G—Pa a k ; q 
be substituted cor 2-year day program. Reques es eat ee ee eens , sell reas, "3603 434 ave. d unclaimed: {Charles 


course ma 
apply y advanes for fall enrollmen 


Beauticians 
HE WASHINGTON, D. C.. BEAUTY ACADEMY 
Beauty Culture Taught the famous Advanced Jules Method. Be 


Outstanding. Men and women. Terms arran . 
1306 HSM. NW. Air Cenditioned ST. 383-1087 


Beauty Culture 
ARFLYNN BEAUTY COLLEGE ,., 


LEARN BEAUTY coytvne. oeenATone st "GREA 


Business and Secretarial 
OYD’S SCHOOL OF COMMERCE ,** 


aimed upr right. pomp. 
rebuilt. ™- cant -_ 
upholdsvered aa3 


rs 
Phone for free est 


$1 COVER re hin Ae m T 
No Minimum — No Admission graph dealing treet = ave. ‘= si tthe i feaaa gE? 
Open Only ee. of 25 c y—vegpmocre i MEE iF Fine tor orale, $306 


SINGING 2 STAR OF THE, ARTHUR rie a wy “ape 30 Mert 


SILVER §& G Auto City. special- ' 
izing im foreign _car oaesice. 9451 “i 


CAMPBELL. MUBsIC Co. 

st. ow. DI. 17-8464 

PIANO- Pine Estey spi net. 
fi28, Kl. 9-5 


dow, at- 


STONE, Sagqstene ie cement. patton \T = 
wa tic ‘or portable wil air-cond our 

walks. ete. ates home: 99.5 $49.90 

"This offer 


| TION ee ‘ : as 
1 A 
PAT BOONE \j| 22h een: | 
rts ae Alaba ve compl... while they , 
vic i : of w A 


cannot be duplicated and will not 
ress Cc 1G, ted 6-3! 


be 
TREE SUBGEON—Compiete yard 
work, Cedar 3-6281. 


yA 2 at. NW. a 
AT baaane mahos- 


nine burning 


; ton flush mount: 
will sell or. exchange for *% ton 
casemen 59-8677. aft 

types: ¢ ain in : SiS 

> Tr - 6 


plus a big 
rev 


700 12th St. N.W. 
TYFING, 
fast servic 


s writing a& yosearen. A 
Hall, NA. | aa 


ce. Mr. 
$-9010, ‘xt ’ ‘ f or €ec. 
zy Ss. screens, andirons, etc. ACME 
py gd and cles Vv ii 7th nw. NA :. : 
raperies ma .. ‘corte 
. playing eae 
e nabe 
353-6300. PIANO MART. 

: ? ust above the i 


room 
6 chairs: ox 12: maple doubie 
bag #3 otal Wardrobe: miscl. LA. 


4 keyboard con- 

ins streument in very £0 

» $395. Pa 25 down, 

N's. corner i3jth & G@ sts. 
o ST 3-9400) . 


Sg COLLEGE of Secretarial Training | 


FP Streets NA, 8-1748 
Open ant ner new classes twice each month. 8-week intensive 
and speed building classes 


classes Secretary 


i =| wepa = ry et ee 
Va FA EMBASSY ROOM sine | Ee age dee | gece tna Seat | IO 

EMPLE : SCHOOL fae Pte 1 — Brown male, vie 2] 9 
a B ~- Sie agate or Eve.: Enroll Now. . ; remoy ' — a op Brand-New Furniture Mgt real value 
“Business Machines” | , specs. Pema Yate act enh oe Rae Tae “Kent Bret, biy-later plan” 


EMPLE SCHOOL gromntet, joes. sye e ft dt*- ain choker cola toe NO MONEY DOWN 


instrument. 


waine than any used 
AM co., 1108 @ 


APE, gray. Vi ry 2800 28th 18 PIECES 


ave. nw. After Or : n- 


; aa evar name 


yy of Se. : SS a os Gum “Pose” EASY PAYMENTS 
n2>,,DOV DOWN DELIVERS 
TECHNICAL INSTITUTE con Ahaae Goon, tae 
ae TU._24008 


th modern eq | 
, S—Vie. 16 ; Park 
orn oe EE | F Heine ee 4. | SAM BROWN’S meter Mette of" te 
— . 96177, leave message bp Goes ove A & Ka &F co 
Vermont Ave. at N St. N.W. ME. 8-5626 SHOWS AT : __ Patt Tous — “354 40 Fee . 
Day or Evening—Start New—All Branches—45th Year—Veteran Approved 9:15 P.M. AND 11:30 PM. C Fink frame vis. Sth St. F aia PEER eae alts 


—— ate « box b366. 
white. in aiso 1 foam b . “ai ‘ms 
é > - redullt; 20m guaranteed 


oe a. Admiral aales. 828 

v ‘ . . 6-762 
tis’ ‘ a. 
¥ ver ge. a ated ACME 
Pies tire te 
en oval Kashan, $500, 


FURNITURE 4 
BRAND-NEW a 


7-PC BEDROOM 


3- PC. LIVING ROOM 
ETTE 


Languages No. Rs eq., 0! PARAKEET—Blue and ; tiring roe pe 
NVERSATIONAL ENGLISH Pra! STEVE he pa ous kau Spoiet Hrems. One, patter “Wil 
the Jarvis Schoot Bureau. “Rates upon ‘reouest 6 KISLEY thos. 3. Owen & Son’ sults” : piri BIO; pect 
Redio Bugincering vai 
AND HIS ORCHESTRA 
APITOL RADIO ENGINEERING INSTITUTE 


THE 
TED ALEXANDER 


‘9 "od and get of “charge 
fale. Brin 
Estee dng 


WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD’ 
ee Wednesday, May 23, 1956 39 


at ‘ ik abecn Service Station A : 
SALESMAN, 57200 | HSE a 
te | REET? Whe Tens Syme | See 
AD. | - ; SB DEL c tati 
eae Pra ee Acoustic Physicist ? plant. ROOM CLEI SEAR ROES VBE Cor or. 1am BS we oa act fost. 
re “adin7%, ff Mt] COLORED att have relane| ‘ie ately RE Saat raed ARS, ROEBUCK 8. C &,£0,|— SALESMEN ere eS 


5 now for af demonstration | fl or part time 
our ' : an identit Bridre. se. 


a 
or " ng- instruct you for er’s test. 


efietniten eat -Oites cues] V1" “-ADoratories BOB’S STUDIO tat sheik St ee i ae) ete ee alee tee Sg 
$ ay Hiectrtc CBO trom “6186 ; : ie" ’ Lamia ts ant AVG. By ter) Se eg eee 4 Bat pensonwar, _ |SCIENTISTS to iv ur ee close SERVICE 
AE] REPRESENTATIVE 


ga” a wgsitien f for 8 Pi,ysicist a —= - 
AC's PLECTROLUX + Se th oo Building supervisor, maint. must know w Wash. and vicinity:| ne. LA | NW | M “ee appeal neal - ,o- 
SILVER SPRING Rocky. Empl. 8 cele wion ee y Bes. 5-6 a4 athematicians roducts 4 


. while they last; sell 
tenn ae House, - on pei o in particn. |_8413 Ga. Ave. JU, 9-4846 Shop, 1249 : : ‘Abie agg ARE 
Ces ha ate ae $13. uency underwater |CAR WASH MANAGER te ee a p |ROUTE” SALESMEN — Resident oi SECURITY SALESMEN | Leading automotive manufacturer 
es, mene ee, Y ene Capable of handling personne] and| Steady work weges. Virginia 1 a ‘ exterior,| ‘he, Washingt . ENGINEERS expanding field organisation. seeks 
meet! ng the public echanica ic 8106, Ty. per dav. ri . PrEE “ CAYI LARSON, GLASER, EM-! ice éxperience OM me 
! e be ne ; 


ERY. Ric has opened a branch x) 


vd. 
NUT DIN, RW. . 10 pieces: LAS eR, nell alary and R] IAN 
th household ite EM . se “Tt rnish car and cus- : 
Fila betore 1 p.m “< CE IB. ONLY Teton Sa, Se and helper. steady work. top scale. celne as — 7 , — Ss Exceptional Opportunities Wit trains a * --_ oded | car “Ternienea: 
WASWER Kenmore auto, used 6 ane Tere eSELECTRICIAN rt n " 35-7894. Cal 5 At Several Levels in the ; e ” age ge good salary Wri at fall fis 
‘“ Pay a 3. DA. pg POEM pomtons a: | temiegiate TB ae license to MEN Newest Branch of one of “the best firms 512) oe nn 
etna “aie ary, fringe oe efits. . Applied Science Sereten Sele. Tit 19S ot. oe. 


quired 8s ry. Apply ’ 
WASHING WACH..” Westinghouse special interest—this pos!- c& pe tabs K st. nw. Roo : ae — gy Oy a aun tree 


ces sh con i saiaiae OL. hesiaiiat = iC | ’ bY, EL [AN U2 parepns or OPERATIONS RESEARCH 
mT Apply 8 : | ARCADE SUNSHINE AND ENGINEERING 


D. C. cards reautred. old end ae 


HALF t. 
Qvpertyan SR hg aes ae = Jerst, we:| Nok permanent” Jobe, © steady aunt rece cet Be OPERATIONAL 
RAL? “PRICE cE SALE May 24th. A arid AROSE meurance. sracation and ‘prow ers: : . me acch| SYSTEMS ANALYSIS EDUCATION 


ALT er — 
ie L = gl Sor A. lence." Revly t - inkel Co for BA. or BA 
phone va. 89-/ GENERAL ELECTRONICS, INC 3 vy ‘| All Positions Are i tt nehasciner’Poirvchne incite 
-B- - y¥ eri ‘ ~ 7 ° e m 
— Yesiry. Orient al objects. Ds int. Personnel Department ~Wh.. » 24. $213.| 4513 Wisconsin Ave. NW. - - - SOUTHERN Speccnse = Fae crerencining te out, recent offer to give design 
IRs | JU. 5-7200 | elu beieeapel eh et tore EM. 2. SPs uss instocunene gee! =» CALIFORNIA sei” Oats Toa no tans “ea 


werware, any cond.: 
D rupsawW 
fi B -. missed out last time, here's 


a- Kru aa class: . ' 
Wiscon 4 qual- t. work: steady come be rad We 
dining Suites. © J ; - $2. 4 nent MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS er comprehensive 30-week educational p 
erators —. ‘ ~ * d I be the al program. 
‘ii grad, Miner oS. SUR TO $10, tric, . r , if you can f rue- Experience in systems analysis or a aA, will beat \ new Marttoré uate 


6.2977 . ange ie : 3 : 
DU. 7-051 3—RA. 6-297 VITRO "LLOYDS Eb SERV.” , eomputer® circuits ound: ks dow wer gs her. io hee or ayer pies gerethn ax are 
tonal In addition to free tuition, Bg Ba | start at Re Km 


ALSTON BOOs. SHO: enn- to travel. Miss Bell at at Congressional Airport Lane. MAXIMUM BENEFITS receive —~ iner 
Rockville, Md 


‘ GT —— ae rae . ting hote!: nd apttt de will de determin , your 3 
| aboratories ron £ 43 ‘ALM _ P y * expe- One of ihe @ Netion’ Leet? pr osres- or aes ar “work in cither * your t ag , = a 
al 


propulsion group 


yu De Me Bid — | APP vancomen rtunities. ra 
CONTROLLER 14 e SALESMEN benefits. op Rr “a assistan ~~ Let ws tell rou how this can lead to our reimb educational 


ENGINEERS program at the Hartford Graduate Center Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Institute and & Master's Degree in Mechanical 


R Buffi ines, 5 
in. Phone RA 6- 2778 {rom 8 a. m. contain, or yITRO Retail service. company. Must 
Cc N OF AMERICA and good su- heme Sel , 
~FURNITU 962 WAYNE A Ee right pewgon.. Your ten CONVAIR PERSONNEL Bachar” 2PViratnia™ Salesmes” FOR APPOINTMENT Engineering, 
ti SILVER SPRING. MD. kept confidential. Box 566. pocsa i? Tf you would like the hich earnings of an engineer—the 
deg ocean sie, deer Post A DIVISION OF L” | BBs aaiiths, B5;| Phone Sterling 3.6255 | Fini Site "Stet “iou/* iat deter oe 
U : 


Your Not Needed GENERAL DYNAMICS 
eleph for Interview 
ee A st “Whee ie,“ ADJUSTER CLAIMS MEN Beste: MANAGER JE. 2-1240 NY, THD) FRIDAY MINIMUM INTERVIEW REQUIREMENTS 
LO. 4-7800 ona. California) Must have a B.A. or B.S. degree from an accredited college. 


Outside collector with 1 yr ez- 
ced "retrigerato cenge perience contacting delinquent sc-| Mave. von ee at bonny MM oe eeecari Engineers qualified in 395 ¢ classi cation, Eval | rancement_asgur ory. Aa: Must he have completed math through differential and integral 
and ; man ¥ 


> We have! in Washington for Mis- reel . 

counts. Autemobile exper. pre- rc e sa co in man t pay. orking con- , 

i aie aaa i 7 iifie . is an| sile Prograrg in Southern industries. - 101 "company benefits,» reter-| STOCK CLERKS pny he a Be 

Bring your ang gt = pn AML ng Salary California. orris, Manhattan Auto & ‘Radio Must h asec ath and science courses with a “OC” 

‘ 8 ave 

year KAHN, i lent benefits program. SFE AD IN SPORTS. N ae ELECTRONICS AL M AN Previe stock experience desirable or better. . % 
Z , 23. 26 and i9 5 Lesli A e A "a ; ecessa rTmanent posi- , mii 

oe — ve $4940. EXT, 36 Va Grocery and restaur ee ont tion with am expanding research Must have maintained @ “C” average im all undergraduate 

(Not 4 Government aie FILE CLERK required Products| REGULAR MERIT REVIEWS 40-WEEK PROGRAM 


. age <5-50, $70 wee 
nteed 4 rain nearby 
INSTRUCT iONS ine’ riod | were 7 weeks: immediate eee Fe oy 4 Saarenes : 
Permanent, : MAN 
vy FF fe ities as £5 |“ m have good referen nd N Y EMPLOYEE BENEFITS Lye mau rewetroments, gee ay "be eligible for eur 46- 


AIRLINES nsurance S debits in iquor slore: 
riboro vicinity: car umerous | driver’ it 21 to 30, to work in retail open P 

AIR TRAVEL AGENCIES SRGwaheos onpes ence not required. work. -—* "able ° ty in person, | | s saeee. — Capitol; 5 , Inside e tales, “on 4 APPLY IN PERSON week Snainecrine PreaTen. 

NEED ‘er J igte  Sasurance Co. 44 with res ortal ne ttre @ Preference given te men who have completed college educa- 


ours; . 
¢ Md. Phone air ce. to 
-52)2. Purther details an T | gradu-| MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY ies Ginee 
. 2 my nee’. ‘in antenna CLERK-TYPIST. ~ 28. interest INSTRUMENT. CO. INC POR ERS Si iy, Bee BA @ Please brine transcript of college record te interview if it 
: “radar design. $20. Guar- position | w with ide variety | 9 Ave.. Silver aaa. MEN . M. TO 4 P.M, is readily availabie. 


anty Empi.. tor” N. Alfred &t., ay © ee. 
9-3 rson t SeuENT| M. A men needed at once. If you can Call Mr. H. M. Heldmann at 
pliance rviceman Personnel | Diy. INC Buite 600. _ FINANCE N for . you will make exceptions! MELP AR INC. EXecutive 3-5034 between 
Bae 1406 G N.W Large investment company heeds | aon i ell inside selling; experi- , il a.m. and 7 p.m. 
gutome tts wash- . young age 21-26: experience e in furnitore ae oe m. 


to Dp. Mm. 
PR name, address. age and phone| Exper! . . are net 
Dumber to oom Lidt ers and drrere PRuNee aEKy| | Construction Estimator v7 Nill train as ad-| FALLS CHURCH LABORATORY c ienAPhy Dereon, A can aan maaear ener Por an interview in 


ERATION 
? at i TRAEEENG ae cletiea “i rience, ABDI PRO} a fu —~ By ~s rt Solty dee Please do not Sdtephene. 
an . EER 5540 Backlick 1a, Spoersamty see ; mm May 25. 26, 27. 
writer or producer "for radio & Rorinafeld Va. 4 to 5 pm > miveneke anton s a i, Falls Church residents pre- a (2) ter 1311 SOUTH FERN ST. 
CAD 


ngs 
a RAUORAT Applied COST ACCOUNTANT | ieti'edl'be'inainn Forlutcs| fons Chemke necen ee in| dav Bes Bas. Blue a oF Hon Bae te) | DR ATT &s VVRMLTNG TY: 
SEB Ge eS 


OA 
roadcasti . 2 i 
pet acone tas’ tres Mathematician Chall opportunity for man| Hondg sonic seafood expe-| quired. Many employe bene- ALESMAN ARLINGTON, VA. 


EMY O 
Tica’s on 
a * ‘ ng rred. 6-da Good 
. UE. 3-3880. license in bac accountant posi-| salary Vacation, sick leave. Apply fits. Por manufacturer's representative: 
“Ss: Seth ot nw. eerste VITRO LABORATORIES cost accounting wil 2 Shot tin int "ith and i rad x Al R 

c ww os ad AD - - m. 7 ‘ 
MODERN TRAINING in Deauty cul- : acturi neern. £ n x APPLY IN PERSON yecte, and Va. territory: locate fs 3000 ARLINGTON BLVD. 

suse; 94 sane ane of wrrlasses. Hee 8 position svalledis art s ith be com: |‘ white, experienced. Excel. salary. either Baltimore or hington ; 
degree. A minimum of 3 years'| abil Ce a in person, Randy's, 1113 $a M TOP M car necessary. © FALLS CHURCH, VA 
egree 0 

Seri . . mo THRO n not apply. Must be . 
=~ gt Ve fe : eOAE FRIDAY 8 daiar or com- ; World's foremost designer and builder of aircraft engines 


NURSES NEEDED oronlomns = =p by Sears tek mo; fF erences, All kinds , ae ™ 460, giving ful particu- 
100 women wanted. 17-65, fo lars éelineation and — ™ ACF ELECTRONICS peice posit Tir Gat AW. ea. : , PRO 
nursing. white or colored: sor oa 1305 Leslie Ave., Alex., Va. cri P . | SALESMEN APPLIANCE 
vat te dut ty; excel. pay. Day-evening- » Ki, 8-4400, EXT. 36 ence in supermathet arecers stook. 
ee pes bo Bake oF ine. oS ; ven or RW 2099 aie Sears needs 2 aggressive sales- SALES 
doors, fans, roofing and fencing. ALLe CHURCH. VAL men, requiring $100 minimum 
a fe ibs COUNTERMEN | | 2 aia Stat Saisie sick wei ap leah OPPORTUNITIES 
vos iree booklet vst ul Kur FULL TIME _dgmboran SPS Sse. Fo oe, ae) ren sootionces. Dust have 
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} in 9e your “home. Excellent oy —~-~ Fame ead ts ce New job.” Apis ur. W on P.- aapiier ents : Call MRS.) ance and draw against com- 
poems 43468 tween s. = onde p.m.,| Pe l. ter missions. Many excellent 
Sica, Senet RANNOUNCINO— - Toe see mrrenasiee | created Wage Scat ng ; igetere ences: good bey.| company benefits for those BUSINESS AUTOMATION 

ourse, day a eve. classes'| 7» NG MORE cer TEE , Sy bones, a is .who qualify. 

e 


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WRITE T Ba¥ 


oan of United Aircraft Corporation 
ast Hartford 8, Connecticut 


: POSITION, PLEASE CONTACT Excellent chance for 

RECEPTIONIST: PBX course (iyp! advancement. Many ployment New WHAT IS REQUIRED Coll ineering graduates from 21-28 
course yp ng , T ° Wool. Small cleaning plant. Ma! see eee cee » wOHEge OF engineering gracuates ir 2 

free). 4 3 ks. .. PRs, positions. Personnel Department minted os n Korenanac; ‘exaco station. Groveton, s. 50. or female. Experience 1 SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. with a keen interest in business automation, 

. os 4500 Wisconsin Ave. NW desire to sell, ability to work with people, 


os RACERS JU. 5-7200 unnecessary. MACHINISTS Kiuee supertesen. 3 yen 000 0| grremmme er eer catia who want an unlimited future. 


Use your vacation to learn @ yo- | ~ © “ : | 
sha haa can “Spnnsseet russ : LITTLE TAVERN lished well-equipped. sir” condi-| Ait a Tin'RE $iu| HOW ARE YOU TRAINED. ..... . Successful applicants are enrolled in # formal 
for free so iy SB rts SHOPS, INC. Experienced ® S LES training program asting or - mon ; . 
June ATIONAL AC Y VI R With Small Mechanisms — ; Training is conducted in machine principles 
2 ‘Famous for oleae fumbo. "Pood ~ REPRESENTATIVE and functions, methods analysis, systems de- 
ntl wk. . Capable of Worki » Ct between 9 and 12. st 3439 Benning “- 28 fe 28. , Besordine Enstry- sign and integrated data processing. Salary 
eo n oe ane ‘ : “ 
Ss hal | aborator ies Apply 5100 Georgia Ave. pa orking ose and commission basis. Interview by em, ya un wutocte oat heme - 


Tolerance n 

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Between 10 and |! A, Daih y RADIO SALESMEN Merit increases may be earned during train- 
ing period. 


DIVISION OF 


a | ab ,_ fines VITRO 
Y SCHOOt cor. 12 CORPORATION OF AMERICA Well Equipped Shop Facilities ' 
and G (1700 12th nw. ENGINEERS TECHNICIA 
WANTED 062 WAYNE AVE. N IMMEDIATE WHAT WORK WILL YOU DO. .. . Upon completion of training, Sales Repre- 


SILVER SPRING. MD. Electrical . 
" ae -egeaics sentatives work with businesses and institu- 


Ability For Electronic START! NG tions in the mechanization of office and in- 


ecasts: . 
short courses: placement. A587. MGR—Parking warace. 55) Mechanical | 
enh cect ttadio & TV School bey P A | A dustry procedures. Work includes analysis 
NW, 7-0}43 ZASISTANT MGI = | Manufacturing Plant S RY : of data handling methods with corporate 


WOMEN_—ALL AGES . re $238. Many Company Benefits $77 Per Week xecutiv dm rs, and ti 
Get a Better Job 0. “ee GENERAL APPLY Plus Incentive Bonus ms mated sins iaaiiies poe ta 7 


ARN MORE MONEY —LEARN N—Ist class, Hy- Apply in Person itr 
N, 4-9178, and Commission 
fn ie af FLEC ; RIC tie een Did Monday Thru Friday, 9-4 Starting Immediately HOW DO YOU APPLY.......... To arrange personal interview, write or tele- 
SPE urd : y y NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY we Patricia Rosetta, MEtropolitan 


Sa 
ses ABC's 120 Words Per Minute! Auoir in’ person, Ticker Motors, ANNOU NCES 
Inc., 2 al rd., Alex. Va. 8 A.M. to 4 P.M. 
IN SIX WEEKS : . NEMS CLARKE | cat necessary 
or 3 5086 - plenty Of werk: perm te se New Engine 
Ss pees. female Me it: Simulator. Program 


unetan OF MELPAR, INC.) 217 2r Bae or interview appointment IBM 


SILVER SPRING, MD. 
Secretarial School : WA. 7-2299 1220 19th Street, N.W. 
Ct eR Offering Engineers 


1406 G St. NW. HANGE : 
: 4 OPPORTUNITY | Se AP.EA, "int. Seta lteter! ——— pcan Pees Se eS 


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a. os sme IN Mail Information Clerk 
pore, aceee,| Be | DEVELOPMENT | Rerbzrammmnym nn RODUCTION J) et wget elie sl ag 
frees : , : IN ADVANCED ELECTRONICS 


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manager. 

SHERATON-CARLTON PLANNERS “NOR CAN YO 

sg HOTEL RUNES ae ran where PROMOTION COMES FAST TO ABLE MEN 
aromas and STARTING SALARIES RUN UP TO $12,000 


Men. women te train as announc- . 
ers. writers. directors cameramen, Electronic 
floormen. closed circuit tel 


CALL 9 A. M. TO 9 P. M. 


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IF YOU’RE LOOKING 


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tase, eee) ERE ee ioc. Ses FORE Bede BE | EXecutive 3-5638 
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waar smart ae| Hat Tata ag: | WAN WANTED, WITH CA meee bed TUESDAY to SATURDAY 


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PLUS 
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. With strong or wi ! may ua | 477 or Di, 7-3498, : : 7 
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a3 Arlington, Virginia FREEZER FOODS Phone the number above and you will be sent full details of young, growing 


department of one of America’s leading, long-established companies. 


3123 No. Washington Bivd. 
Across from Post Office “ The Professional staff here has more than doubled in 4 years, thanks to 


JA, 8-4444 many creative achievements in military electronic a at ata and circuitry— 
AND IS ABOUT TO DO IT AGAIN! 


HUNDREDS OF POSITIONS | pigubgae-Ave____ JU. 9-4446 : Li. 6-3300 
GOING UNFILLED f Cheet Shop, Sit a . Location: in the Northeast in ang vacationiand. Modern facilities. Full fringe 
We Cannot Begin to Fill BE : rae | . ee | benefits program. 


- | . | < ¥ ae Tr VU. $. CITIZENSHIP ESSENTIAL 


, oor fa ~ ime Selim’ i O. 7 re 
Tomake a Job Change] eae yes ab Be ELECTRIC C Co. 


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YOUNG MEN © 


work with Reeded. can 


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‘ ares 
e. 555 Livingsten 1. 


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Sdvencament. 
Rm 402. 1405 © st. ow 


ome MAN / 


Oqpertuaits 


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five oa ics watinery and school uate 
iveries o , hee ste NIVERCAL. | 


q equipment atockroo 
we 518. oo me Oi! Bide. 


“UNUSUAL 
CAREER FIELD 
OPEN 


BY ernment 9 ‘math 
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api, ibis N Altrea S.. hiex. gaat eniy 


Tron “OPR. | 


Colored. Hours ll» 


FOR YOUNG MEN’ 


beth aw he SYSTEMS WORK 
iDitae | DATA PROCESSING 
| MACHINES 


soul Be at 


wanes. Bee Mr, 


REQUIREMENTS: 


Business Systems Knowledge 
or | 
Experience in Writing 
Instructions for Operation 
_| of Electronic Computing 
Machines 


producers who are steady and sober | 
d clean. £ men 

make $150 week up, U Pc. tickets! 

end. , Spanere 2 Harris. ~ 


, selpers wit 
experience immediately. | 
top Ww ee J 

VERS—Por ? and 


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report to r ati 
a el & oo. 600 Rhode | 


Color Must} 
tractor-trailer 
Apply | 
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the EL P 
Isiand 


INTERVIEWS DAILY 
8:30 to 5:15 


L i= 
be experienced on 
gad or “ty local yocusomess. 


on to H 
isch er af at 


ay 

pen Par 
Co Heavy nex . 
Abbey Per 


ne 

Hardware 
ays 
338 e's st “aw, 
wants tg learn 
office supply “pastas ss 
leadine companies has opening, for 
trainee: bright future for 
man: must be h. « ores. s sltare ry | 
gervice behind trim. ambitious and) 
Mrs. Thor Gees references Call’ 
mas 7 


1220 19th ST. NW. 
‘Room 331 RE. 7-3705 


International Business 
Machines nist 


ee 


E-N- G. | N-E. E-R- S 
Boeing Airplane Company 


Seattle—Wichita 


INTERVIEWS 
IN WASHINGTON 


TODAY AND TOMORROW 
MAY 23-24 


Design, Research and Production career opportunities in 
the following (or related) fields: 


AERODYNAMICS TOOL AND PRODUCTION 
MECHANISMS PLANNING 
ELECTRONICS TOOL COORDINATION 
PNEUMATIC SYSTEMS PLANT FACILITIES 
HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS. SPARES 

METHODS ENGINEERING TOOL DESIGN 

SERVICE ENGINEERING INSTRUMENT 
STRUCTURES DEVELOPMENT 
ELECTRICAL POWER PROPULSION 


For Appointment Telephone: 
HUDSON 3-6020 
Ask for Mr. Albert Rogers 
MAY 23-24 


Or onnd resume te Deot W-1-A-5.- 23, 
1 Second Avenue, Manttle 1, Washing 


: tronic 
| systems 


| WASHINGTON 


pone 


Electronic & Mechanical 


ENGINEERS 


Physicists 
An invitation 
To A Better 
Way of Life— 

From Melpar 


Many factors combine to make for a better way of 
life for engineers who join Melpar Located in 
suburban Falis Church, Melpar is set in peacefull 
surroundings away from congested traffic areas and 
within easy commuting distance of Washington. 


Should you join Melpar you would tie your own 


ire- | war claims department offers ca- 


; X- 
| cellent future to men with a man- 
_ | agement potential 


| ARTHUR MUPRAY ¢ill 


AIRPLANE 
COMPANY | 


Openings are at 


) Slices Ample housing. EX 
OOLs 


CATIONS 


| Blectronics Technicians must hate 


yee ask for Mr 


professional growth to that of a company which has 
doubled in size every 18 months for the past decade. 
Meipar maintains a policy of INDIVIDUAL RECOGNI- 
TION which enables our engineers to progress accord- 
ing to their own timetables, not prearranged ones. 
Ability and performance primarily determine ad- 
vancement. Age, tenure, length of experience are 
only secondary considerations. 


Melpar’s unique “project team” system allows each 
engineer to experience the OVER-ALL APPROACH 
to an engineering problem, thus enabling him to 
broaden his experience and background, essential to 
eventual directorship responsibility. Each project 
group is responsible for an ENTIRE problem, from 
initial conception to completion of prototype. 


Complete facilities are at the engineers’ disposal. Our 
new laboratories encompass over 285,000 air-condi- 
tioned square feet and offef, in addition to a Central 
Model Shop, supplementary facilities, test equipment 
and personnel available for immediate use within éach 


project group. 
Engineers wishing to work toward higher degrees may 


take advantage of the fully accredited graduate courses 
available at Melpar. 


If you would like to learn more about the 
unique growth oppostunities. at Melpar, caW 


Technical Personne! Representative 
JEfferson 4-6000 


Or drive out to Melpar and inspect 


a 
our laboratories at your convenience 


OPENINGS EXIST IN THESE FIELDS: 


Network Theory—-Systems Evaluation—-Microwave Technique-— 

VHF or SHF Receivers--Anaiog Computers—Magnetie 
Tape Handlings-—Digital Computers—-Redar and Countermeas- 
ures—Packaging Electronic _ Bautpment—Pulse Cireuties-—ttie- 
rowave Filters—-Plight 
mintaturization—Electro-Mechanical Desizn—Small eG 
isms—Quality Control and Test Engineering—Antennae Design. 


MELPAR, Inc 
A subsidiary of Westinghouse Air Brake Company. 
3000 Arlington Bivd., 
Falls Church, Va. 


Permanent’ Position¢ 


Salesmen or Saleswomen 


bel fac wae 


pe Ae 


RCA 


HAS PERMANENT OPENINGS FOR 


Television Trainees (2) 
$65.50 Per Wk. 
Television Technicians, 
perienced (2) $100 Per Wk. 


ae, ere cea 


= eee bee 
ett 8, ele, 


*7-5130 


COLLEGE GRADUATES | 


LAW GRADUATES b 


or experienced 


For further details call 
_ Brown, OT. 4-6880. 


RCA Service Co., In 


r opportunities in insurance ad- 
mtntetration We have a training 
proegam which promises an ¢ 


Government Employees 


Insurance Co. 
(Not a oS oe Agency) 
th and L Sts. NW 
Please Abels at L. St. Entrance 


DIFFERENT 


4 Over Tr and 
istant io larse 
tled middle aged 

experience not nec. 
e ———. a Mr. 
_m A. 


oa 
as 
conse t 


Will pay wht 
night. 10 « 


e , 
<s 
ols ———— —_—_— 


PRE 
give 29 will train. B.S. & 


Tech. writer; 
oom ele ve free 6-87, 


nee. of ballroo 
we raer to help wy iy 4 for 
HE ita 4 Van RA TEACH. 
— co not anoly 
“Above average personal *« s ~*ar- 
you 

Collee background or equiva- 
as construction workers. 
picture salesmen. 
busi- 


FE 
‘ 

2 
3 


timing 

will 

gradua- ina ess to work i in- 
~ come bracket Call 

ho: irs, pace ng . 

7 to Dp 


t me 
“J m 


. er “ve 


After school and vacation time, 
whtite. 16 to 18 nterview work 
with jocal concern. Must be willing 
> learn an + nee 

pronieere ‘~y oe 


Ap 
ply Room B-4 
Ari ington Va. between 3 and ha, 
ae 


necessar 


learning u 

over 2° yrs. of age. and neve car: 
7 w 
the Nation's first 9.7749 
Guided Missiles. 


Bulider of 
Transport 
Btratofort 


ELECTRONICS 
TECHNICIANS 


Boeing's Seatt 
B 


Jet 
B-52 , & MEN. especially hase | 
restricted to lesser weekly wages. 
to immediately start training for 

supervisors jocally 
Maryviand 


and 


ent, i 
Test 


’ 9:30 


— 


3 
for appointment 


(MALE) 
NURSE 
REGISTERED 


Must be @ graduafe of a. accred- 
ited school and be qualified to be 
feaisters ‘ed im the State of Mary- 


ence 
resume 


received trave! 
ages. PAID VA- 
and oth ser benefits 


Qualified -—— will 
allowance 


experience in tallation opera- 

ti ion. testing and inspection of air- 

plane or missile. radio. radar. é¢iec 

fire control and electrical c 2 

with comes requirements. , 
0 


NTERVIEWS EMPLOYMENT MANAGER 


May 21-24 


P.O. BOX 134 
HAGERSTOWN, MD. 


Por appoint ment. telephone HUdson 
3- 
Albert Rogers 


to Department 
Booting ee 


send resume 
W-1-A-21, 


Or 
No . 
130i 2d ave 


Co 


All eneuiries wilt 
nfidence 


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 


MELPAR INC. 


1311 South Fern St. 
Arlington, Va. 


(1 blk. off Jefferson Davis Hwy 
Route 1 at South 15th St.) 


ENGINEERS : 
A World of Good Living 


Goes with an 


Engineering Job at 


GENERAL 
ELECTRIC’S 
Aircraft Products Dept. 


There's wary of life 
enjoy | the beautiful 
New York region 


family will 
Binghamton. 


and 
in 


a you 


hot your 
col sntepelde 


the 


This ts a golfer's country with 6 high-caliber public and 
rivate course and a fisherman's para with 
akes abounding r’ bass and pickerel only haif an cour 

fromm the GE pian 


civie improvements an et. it's only 


minutes’ flicht ime 


It all adds up to an ideal life for an engi- 
neer!. .but the chief attraction lies in this: 


nd other activities. 
to ew York City. 


WORK IS OF HIGH PROFESSIONAL CALIBRE 
WITH QUICK PROMOTION AND RECOGNITION 
OF YOUR TALENTS AND EXPERIENCE 

t f v 
MPLETE air -to natn, eee oe 
rne fire contro] armament 
intrieate ns ae haga = (supersonic jets 
applications }, most to-date 

test, manufacturing and computer” facilities. 
And here at GE. an engineer's progress is encouraged 
by reimbursed graduate study, anagement development 
programs, help with publication os Recpewin researches 
an Outstanding benefits progra 


‘ OPENINGS NOW FOR: 


MISSILE LIAISON ENGINEER 
———(Aeronautical)—with at least 
7 years’ experience, 


MISSILE LIAISON. ENGINEER 
~—(Electronics)——-with at least 
7 years’ experience. 


MISSILE SYSTEM PROJECT 
ENGINEER — (Electronics) — 
at least 10 years’ experience. 


‘-— WASHINGTON 
INTERVIEWS 


Friday and seni Nay 25 and 26 
For appointment 
Call any day this week 
EXecutives3-7065 (9 AM. to 6 P.M) 
OL. 2-8559 (6 P-M. to 10 P.M.) 


GENERAL 
sae LECT RIC CO. 


aes om :-Y: 


Products 


Training Equipment)—at ieast 
5 years’ experience. 


NEER——at least 3 years’ expe- 
rience. 


MECHANICAL INSTRUMEN- 
TATION ENGINEER—at least 
2 years’ experience. 


“Mr. | 


FAIRCHILD AIRCRAFT | 


> held 2 strict 


no: 
| Appliance Technician Trainees | 


wk. 


“| HEL’, WOMEN 


' 


“MEN N WANTED=No exderience | 


te start. For apot. call) | Gateteria | cook 
ypis 


' 
! 


' 
' 


SYSTEMS ENGINEER (Test: & 


DATA CONVERSION’ ENGI-) 
! 


ip PP js yg cr, 


0-4 and o q 
sine. ~~ chine business, 
vetting Gomconrating and servic- 


Racor “Meotan Wachine to. 86%6 
Co olesville rd.. Silver Spring. 
WANTED 
} 1 dus- 
Agente, fe cor old estabd vr Figg 4 
Agony 


edit. 25-40. 
} Queran "Vs salary $90 
r wee pe resident. 


repaeir-| 
artment | 
ave re 
Apply 
_ only. 
rienced. | 
NC., 1334) 
homas Cir. Call! 


4.9 | Ee 
aE eA ESMEN | 


Wil $20 a day interest you whi) 
@raining? Pull- or part-time, 
saiaty of commission, neat, 
erences. Call CO. 5- 


and 
man ‘or auinlaneane a 
of real estate office. Must 
erence and Car. eg Fe man. 


ry 


ACTO ri aw 
See ABBEY First 
1338 ave st. NW. &8T. 
File cler 
Cler f. good “with Seures . 
kkpr. Rem. 
Asst. bkkpr.. traince 
Typist ‘teletype trainee) 
Cashier (NCR = trnee.), 
Asst. bkk 
Teller trainee. bids. “loan ee 
Posting mac oe 
_— ps. mach. trainee .. 


rl, white, hotel .. 
“COLORED Banc” 
maid—-stock clerk 


as 
$60" 


$50 4 


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Store 


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repeeregner,_ Hote +. Wik 


“YOUNG “BEGINNERS 


As orric AND BANK TRAINEES | 
COMPTOMETER TRAINEES | 
No pages nec., 5-d 50 


URE WOMEN | 

AS a car owl CLERKS. 

5- DAY W : 18200-5300 
E TEMP. OR PAR 


LEEDS EMPL. SERV. 


ACCOUATIRG CLR 8900 
A-|1 ASSOCIATES 


12TH NW.. ME. 86-2191 
. teal estate 
mbassy secy c 
Secy.. broadcasting & TV. 
tat 


to lect from. 


ists. clerks-recept. | 
BOYD’S,°700 i2th St.| 
} 


, INC. 


1334 Mass. Ave. at Thomas Circle 


Secy.. editorial ~~. $3800 
to 63500 
$27 
$60 
ch 33 

Salad. “sir, “Selered 


CALL DI, 7.9217" 


ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CLK. — For 
eae Copertes ent of ex pand- 
- firm in Ane. 
ill onsider young 
raduate from high schoo: 


ment. 5-da 


we 
oven Atlantic Roneareh Corp.. K 
-7500 106 


ADDRESSOGRAPH AND 
GRAPHOTYPE OPERATOR 


White, some ¢e rience or good 
typist who would like to learn ae 


raphs and Set a 
ty. 
ion ay. 


tee 
aii 
de cot. 


HO. 2-2476 


personne 


jy ADMIN. CLERK £300 
June Graduates 
GROWS SHORT’ 

where you wil) 


the y openings with local and 
Saag ee which we can 


ey Sat. May 26 
interview 3b JUN RADUATES ben 
4 Bat —35-mR. WEEK. 

We have dozens. dozens of open- 
ings for secretaries. clerk typists. 
accountants. file 
receptionists. dictaphone 
Operators. dietitians. teletype op- 
erators, office managers 


ASHINGTON’S LARGEST 
AND PRIENDLIEST AGENCY 


EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 
1108 16th Bt. NW. at L. EX. 3-7270 


--- ee oe ee ee ee 


ADDRESSOGRAPH 
OPERATOR 


Permanent full time position for 
Addressocraph 


Numerous employee benefits. Apply | 
in person 

PERSONNEL OFFICE 
American Instrument Co. | 
|8030 Georgia Ave. Sil, Spring, Md. | 


a 


Si tte. 224. f me 
Secys., ‘to * $6000 | 
Select positions J PUBLIC RELA- 


TIONS. CAP H Ww 
~ TI B AND 


IAL O 
CLERK. TYPISTS, Many to $70) 
SECY. © $5000 | 


Cap Hill 
SECYS.. pub. rel lations ..... 842 
rep.} ee wa 
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‘ad 


SECY.. (mes 
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to $80- 


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(oll) contact 

no short a 
w 


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aw | on 
Y. ( Lr ga st. 33 
TYPISTS. Cap. Hill. $275 
RECE NISTS §.. to $75 
INN $50 to $70 
MANY 
Various and interesting fields in 
select offic 
nnette D. Tatelman 
235 Woodward Bide. 15th & H NW 
RE. 71-4414 


Ww 
AND TIMES HERALD 
1515 L ST. NW. 


Apois PEDE 


‘CASHIER — For 
| resident of ghirig? 
| ferred. Good 


! many other 
ply 


AIRLINES 


AIR TRAVEL AGENCIES NEED 


ree, to, 4 
sor fi nais | 


or = ce 
mis 


Mass. ave. 


65. time operator 
in busy No. Arlington salon: lidera! 
income: must ners reference Also 
“oneurist, C 9303. 

ae aie stritets eae. 
sion, 604 “11 1ith st. nw. 
boon rae Experiencea ior 
estate offic 
exc elient we rein 
es ss ait co, 


i103 K 


Bestemabeet 

cel. sal, POTOMAC EMPL... 2334 
Wilson bivd.. Ari, JA. 5-2000 

exelu~ 

oan 


: 
sive ~ a, shop: ary open. } 


G 
rf accounts receivable and 
ated work. Exp. . ntial. > 
ol othe es. Applv a Be 


cepiet Pca week: dntn bad ist 
79 
on: [> 
Remtecem Ra 4 Exp. NW. 
other ofc. mach. oprs. 
rec 1420 N.Y Ave NW 
cASs nitR . CHECKER lor : uber 


market; ood 
AL SUPER MARKET. 


18-40; 
101 WN. Alfred 8t 


Ek 
pl 


. Aiex.. 
°. 


est 
.§ For Alexandria store. 
© area pre- 
5-da ‘ing wes, 


Mprofit-ahar 


. Hec 


err 
paid vacation. 
3 ée.. 


a Mrs. 
h 


apito Hi —Secy. 


Must be stenog open- 
ings hourly Jr 

new 
st stenor.. 
visit today 


bkkpr. aaa r. Bi me 


Boyd's, Cor. | “T2th & GG 


Clerical 
Positions 


Both Typing 
& Non-Typing 


$50 MINIMUM 


STARTING SALARY 


HIGH SCHOOL 
GRADUATES 


Interesting work in pleas- 
ant surroundings, for both 
beginners and experienced 
girls; opportunity and per- 
manency in a progressive 
growing company. 


5-DAY WEEK 
8 TO 4:30 


We Pay More for Experience 


Air-Conditioned Offices 


‘DEW WEEKS AWAY. 


har og 


Employee 
INSURANCE ppapAniy 


(Not a Government Agency) 
14th AND L STS. NW, 


PLEASE APPLY 
BA.M.TO3P.M 
AT L STREET ENTRANCE 


vue.. assist librarian. 
$65. ~POTOM AC EMPL. 2334 wil-| 
son -bivd., Arl.. JA. 5-2 
YPIsT—ror 
nets office: 
vanicement for 


active busi- 
d 


al 

roup flrospitaliza- 

ion: convenient sontian, pleasant 
werxtna | ——v Call HO. 2- 
1520 fo { 


CLERK-TYPIST 


Permanent, white, for general 
clerical work and typing. High 
school graduate and some -e- 
cent office experience pre 
ferred. Air-conditioned build- 
ing, vacation and sick leave 
5-day, 40-hour week. Bonuses 
and other benefits. Call 


HO. 2-2476 
~ CLERK TYPIST 


35-HOUR W 
In congenial sir condi: aiiened of- 
fice. Excellent salary, Experienced 
mn dicta tate meen e ll Mr 
Bolton, for ACE 


GENERAL SERVI 
LIFE INSURANCE co 
CCERK-TYPIST — Aliractive pos!- 


tl for young pn + 
school educetion: interesting were 

merit saiary increases. v tion 
with pay. worth while emplove 


| benefits 


) } AL CREDIT CORP 
MERCI GREOTT, CORP. 
Cl ERICTYPIST 
00 


Will train. Opportunity for ad- 
vancement. Air-conditioned office. 
Salary arranged. tmmediaste em- | 
ployment. Apply or call personne 


‘SHERATON-CARLTON 
HOTEL 


i6th & & x st NV NW, ME 58-2626 


The 


CHESAPEAKE 
TELEPHONE 


& POTOMAC 
COMPANY 


NEEDS 


GIRLS 
and 


YOUNG WOMEN 
‘NOW 


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 
725 13th Street N.W. 


OPEN 


. 


Monday through Friday 


8:30 AM. 


to 5 P.M, 


THIS SATURDAY 


9 AM. to 


4:30 P.M. 


re- 


| SIRENS kg noi AEE 
75 Lee 


4. 0S fs Guaranty 


with Bien | 


7 


CLERK-TYPISTS 
CLERKS 


_ Positions available in an ex- 
panding research organization. 
Opportunity for advancement. 


Convenient suburban 
location. 
Permanent resident 


this area preferred. 


of 


 MELPAR, INC. 


ubdsidiary 


f 
WESTING OUSE Aijr- Brake Co. 


1311 
(OFF J* Br Davis 1 awy } 
ARLINGTON. VA 


BROOKLAND REA — 
+ pears ~ ee a ne 
alert pist wi 

' abi! ty: cir-oendit tioned ofice. 

day 40-hour Emplo bene- 


STONE’ PAPER TUBE cO.. 


___900 PRANKLIN ST. NE. 


CLERK TYPISTS 


oo4| GENERAL  O i. WORK 
“| 


National 
t poameee | 
era 


tN’ 


NS Y hes <5 
4 3 PEDAL 


| National , Co. 
_ CORNER 7TH & H STS. NW 


| CLERKS 
| CLERK-TYPISTS 


THE HECHT CO. 


Immediate Openings 


N 
prem Interesting Departments 


See Us Tomorrow About These | 
and Many Others 


Personnel Clerk 
Jr. Asst. Buyers 
Clerk-Typists 
Telephone Collector 
Bkkp. Mach. Trainee 


WEEK. DIs- 
PORCH ASes AND 
. a pareee’A ANY 
' 


APPLY 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


THE HECHT CO.) 


Washington 
P ST. AT TIH 


Cik. Typists to $45 Wk. | 
EXEC SECY.. ‘ perpene hie. 
good cupasieten, “eneel. » | 
$5500 » 


t) 
SECY.. Construction fr) 
SECY.. Hiil position. take respons 
rapid advan st. $4500 

SEC. temp.. $100 wk 

oir ‘8 65-875 wk 
RL PRIDAY. Secy. no shhd. | 
UP | 


300 u 
STATI 3 At wk. up 
T isticat, TYPIST $70 wk 
PAY ROLL RKS $275 mo. 
jstreti a fee 
O'BIEN Personnel Serv 
418 FR 


Y Ave. R B. 71-7280 | 


| 
| 
| 


% wks 


No re 
ALLE 


CLERK-TYPIST 


Under 35 for advertising pescarch 
dept. of National News M 
Should on oy working KF: 

o wor 


sirabie” 8 


hand also ns RL Pleasant work. 
ine con ons. Many compan 
benefits. 


Call DI. 7-2900, Ext. 263, 


BETWEEN 9 A.M. & 5 P. M. 


4 


ee ee 


ee Ce 


CLERK- TYPIST 


work 


as assistant .cashier and 
general office wo 


ork in. pleasant 
offic ce in Mt 


| Wattresses, 
i 


| benef 
Please call for 


n 
West Hey .. Bethesda. Ma. 


air- soeneiteoes 
benefits. 
m 


a » 
’ accurate "tomeat 


_ Apply in Person 
See Mr. Harper 


GATEWAY FINANCE 
CO 


3400 Rhode Island Ave. 
MT. RAINIER, MD. 


CLERK—$275 
downto tavestmpent firm; 5-day week: 
PIE 
AGENCY, EX. 3-250 


pe ahersieg Bid 1] si St Nw 


Por CLE ab, a 

large sir-conditioned st oe. 

ant working sepee 

wee Call DI. 77-5180 - apoly 
on at Young * Simon. 

Woodward Bids 


i. pemmme 
TYPIST 
CASHIERS 
'’ BOOKKEEPING | 

MACH. i 


in 
340 


OPERATOR 


Permanent positidns, gaod 

salary, 5-day week, hospital- 

ization and many company 

benefits. 

| MR. WILLIAMS 
HUB FURNITURE 
7th_ and D Sts. NW. 


CLK- TYP. yng.. Rosslyn. $50. PO- 
MA » 2334 Wilson Bivd.. 


a Bt a 


- fe" wens 
30: “ood with” , Boy 
plessans | working 


TYP... Alex, 
AC EMPL., 


y 
ger Ale. wt01 ened 
v 


fon. —T sick 
loavecuna other employe benefits. 
| RE 7-8760. ext. 213. 


| 
| CLERK-TYPIST | 


PERMANENT POSITION IF OUR 
MAIN OFFICE 


EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY | 
BUT t,SgOuED | BE ABLE TO TYPE 


COMPANY BENE 


NY 
UDING GROUP _ INS 


CREDIT ONION PA 


5-DAY, 40-HOUR WEEK 


APPLY 


SAFEWAY 
STORES, INC. 


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


1845 4TH ST. NE. 


INC 
PA 
AND 


CLERK-TYPISTS 
FILE CLERKS © 
ig A 
Many Company Benefits 
Air-Conditioned Offices 


ellent 


| DISHWASHER—Appiy 
ave. aw 


| pe y its 
age. oo wha Sites fees 


th 
ae 


ee ae eae 
HOUSEWIVES 
Ta Bass 
i get tn 


suviane Cee = oS. ar 7 
. Be +. 
Personne) Office 


The Washington Post 
and Times Herald 
1515 L Street NW. 


SECRETARIES 
BU Cc 
or ie 
17-50 A 


to $400 
: $32 


. $275 


. Many to 40 yrs. 
1 legal ‘ 
. {ree = ‘eanee 
._Legirl ofe. 


Experienced. Permanent ‘tien 
“= excellent «¢ com. 

seme. pany emp benefits, 
HAHN. SHOE STORES 


3113. 14th St. NW. 
| NW. 


os3| INFORMATION CLERK 


to >; nO experience 
essary. com jete compa 
r ge EMPLOYM OFFI 
Sheraton-Park Hotel . 


Ri INSURANCE POLICY WRITE? 


eral insurance 


ny a - 
‘ e with inter- 
and pub Rm + py open 


er mick ies, 
one ee rt 739782 | 
CLERK-TYPIST. 


One of America’s oldest and lare- 

est financial } snetitutions noo’ 

oune .- A. to? * gets of 18- 
Stee | 


ine mpany y 
ine! Stine be hospitaiteat on haa \YLOR af Paid fence ea 


bay. ft and 2 ——Y es 
ay you are i ~y "wen ie 
mm nedera oh -cond ditioned ae ro oe ae ae m1 
congenial surroundings ca 
Miss Schaefer. NA. 8-3926 | ys on variy plas 7 
CLERK-TYPISTS cme Dts: 
for permanent positions: 
air-conditioned offices 
knowledge of typing: will ‘consider 
to 4:45 p 
Vacation and sick | 
up insurance, economical! 
cafeteria in building Apply Person- | 
nel Office, 3d floor EQ 
IFE INSURANCE CO. 816 aed 


or camp Ss 


| 
Several Openings for 
Ambitious Ladies 
In Survey Work 


CALL MR. WILLIAMS 
LU. 4-8982, 7 to 9:30 P.M. 
1314 T ST. SE., APT. 1 


st. n 


CLOTHING GRADERS — Past ex- 
perience. garment sales. hin 


Ambitious Women 
Just What You've 


Ww 
sonnel Office. 1228 20th 


wk.. typists, bee. & exper. 850-465 
Acct. asst 


x Been Looking For 
xi at Sate Gor inth’ 6) Earn Extra ey 
alad B~—Bhort | ae ered 40, $; Working from Your Home 

ishwashers. a oe ot 5 Must Have Pleasant 

sta | Tele e Voice 
Good rtunity for 

Alert Women 

CALL MR. WILLIAMS 
LU. 4-8982, 7 to 9:30 P. M, 

1314 7 ST. SE., APT. 1 


- Re Dv Basil: BS. 


MAID—white. | for motel = Arlinge 
ton; 40-hr.-wk. Paid vacation. 


MANTCURIeY —Baper Arlington 
Towers _Barber Shop. JA. s-heao, 
MANAGER 


r 
have 


£ tips. 


; R ¢ LNW 
store, Northwest sagetion. xperi- | 
ence preferred. Call ’ Nes 


CREDIT CLERK | 
$65.00—5-DAY WEEK | 


Immediate opening. perm 

Ding essential 
it and c 

Many company 

ep with pay 
AC PBs RADIO 

vw ih 


DESK CLERK 


White. Immed. opening tn ise apt. 
bids. in nw. area. Some typing 
= aout of PBX board neiptat 

personnel office APRITZ 
aff cy K st. nw 


Dic ‘TAPHONE ~— aTOR. me 
rience 40-hour <$ 
leasant working conditions. Apply 

perso OPA 4644 East- 


MAN ATT! ht 


Dining hier: 
must 
and attractive weg B.. 


tive and ability of supervision 
s ban restau 


oom h 
references, 


int 
busy subur urant. nie 
aes and Sundays required. 


MANAG USEKEEPER. for 
| small west house near Conn. Ave, 


DICTAPHONE  |-kast 
OPERATORS 


EXPERIENCED 


SALARY UP 
TO $80 WEEK 
DEPENDING 
ON ABILITY 


Interesting work in a4 pe lo- 
excellent workin con - 
Steadily exuaadine or- 

ization. 5-day week. 8 to 4:30. 


Air-Conditioned Office 


HOT WEATHER 
Only a Few Weeks Away 


GOVERNMENT 
EMPLOYEES 
INSURANCE COMPANY |, 


14TH AND L STS. NW, 
PLEASE APPLY 
8 A.M. TO 3 P.M. 

AT L STREET ENTRANCE 


Young coll. 


JOBS 
1025 Conn. Ave. a te oe om. 


NEWSPAPER 
COUNTER CLERK 


Young woman who likes to 
meet public to act as counter 
clerk in main lobby of news- 
paper office. Knowledge of 
typing necessary. Five-day, 
forty-hour week, sick leave, 
paid vacations and greup in- 
surance benefits; in air-condi- 
tioned office. interviews 9? 
a. m. to 2 p. m. 


Personnel Department 
The Washington Post 


and Times Herald 
1515 L Street NW. 


oa “eltnde. Medi- 
Ry 
Recep m,n ua sof 


or. mo. te sar, ah te rigs 
NU 


tical. white, _— $0. 
ripe sanits 


Til Maine 


Executive Secy., $90 Wk. 
Young, attractive. alert. Priv. sec. - 
steno, $350 viation sec. under 
20. 60 others Inquire Miss Young, 


"PERSONNEL BERNICE 


$55. L, 
3334 type. 8 bivd. Ari. JA, $-2006, 


u —~Age 4% 65. a 
ust ac ‘ 
B LAT ACK. BOYD'S. 700 ~~ it 


OFFICE ASST. 
BETHESDA 


Dader 35. Good typist, shorthand 
elpful. initiative and ability a 
portant; full or pe 

manent employment wih ts 


sional «r 
| LERK 


Gl WAY APTS 
opening = rental omen 


1334 Macs re at Thomas Circle 
CALL DI 77-9217 


——. — 


——— 


Experienced dress fitter 
excellent salary and store’ 
benefits, 5-day week, | 
Apply 5th floor 


L. FRANK CO, 
eee UL AUS eee 
FOOD CHECKER 


Pood-checker: one of Washington's 
largest seafood restaurants has 
rmanent position open for food- 
checker 7 wie a 
Spraisned excellent work on- | 
ditions. benefits and Sacation wit 


Morgan. LO. 4-002 
ly Miss 
Bonnets mops B 


led du 

hendling 

fits Apply 

FRITZ CO.. 
‘OFFICE GIRL. ww 
see were; must be 
Pridinger 

rey 3 Goud 


-$12 
Call or write) 


gisss iad Brkt done 
dso | «2) Light bkk 
ACKERS With experience in ATLAS AGCY iio 'N. N.Y Ave pe 
ly 1906 


re-packaging meats. App 1 
v 


eR PAYROLL copie. 
| $agading Weekly mone 


« for 


persona! gore o ic 
two 


white: 
superv vision of “pe 
aa misc! -aaties 


2 
nection” "with o | gusset 
s.. im large air ae a, apt. 
mh pw. Washington; + on | 
premises 


capable 
ae for apet ) 
a 9:30 a. m.| “ones 


z mad] DI. 7-2900, Ext. 263 
ILY. 5-9 » ” ie 


| BETWEEN 9 A M. " i 
eal 
- ce 4 
| RSSRA ie ier, B53 piney Brenan | 


a 
or r inierview. betw 
12:3 


and 5-9 m., 


Ly ae aa 


erougniy sapec® tient 
i /PERSONNEL ASST. 
t yg a ~~ oem 


D ae Ry ures 


Seiiagoe 


sao 


HOSTESS 
Pull- iene ay, otel 
conditio ne 


wit ot clas TR eas 


Be al 
HOSTESSES 
RESTAURANT 


Alex. 


AF. for eis 


or 2 
did career spears 


. FOOTING 
-,| bookkeeping 


machine. 
dent's accounts in 
titute; expe 
« 


AP 
HOT SHOPPES 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 
1341 G St. NW., Rm. 200 


HOSTESS (White) 


PEOPLES LIFE INS. CO. 
Room 73 130 HE St. NW 
a 


: 


Lie } aARY a 


Frattevilie ..8265 


elle F SPRING- ‘Rocky, Empl 
TAOS er, rogt *otpen 

ave. ~ alemndtln a 

eed Saal who enjoys worse 
and wens ler 

sineee as Priday.” 


“Girl 
b d¢sirabie. 


kground 
a resident preferred Ap 


* w Mrs. Do 
fin ang Hts, we. Washington. or 
RECEPTIONIST - 


el 


appointment 
ypist who 
4 


SALES CLERKS 


a ‘ ce cream and 


Pull time in reta 
Ope 


tor " interv: ew or ap- 


ee ICE CREAM! 


A101 Ge. Ave.. Silver Spring 
SALES CLERKS— Res: ners or ex- 
periencec saies lerks mat ent 

salary wit h com mission 7! : 

er wk. Emily of Bs. te Ave. s 

st. nw, NA. 6-44 “ 
BALES CLERKS <2 "MecNair 

change; 5-cay EA : 
ext a beds 
‘s GMmis—ié- Bo 
store exper ° 
West" 3 END 5 & 10, 
: : 


SALESGIRLS— For 
weekends: bakery 
The V 


SALES LADIES 


23 TO 40 


hr 
13 
) Sort 
week 


ey eninas 
de! over 
lliece Pantry 


> 
Tf vou. enjor meeting 
payee & working 


+h 
Lne@ 
: lea 

attractive 


su rro" iOc- 


nave full im 
and part time schedule 


40-hour 


week 


emplove benefits 


Russell Stover Candies 
1343 F 


pply 
E Co 


Biloee 
' 


not necess at a2 A 
H. kh. G@ 
COLESV VILLE st 
n 


| weeken 
ADDIV 


. Past time 


ok ae 


i CY ne iver sie 
SALE LADIE 
Attractive. prnaeess pos! ions 
Ww : e| or accessorie 
inexperienced I! 
m transfer 
eur new Seven Corners. Va. sto 


JOSEP R. R. HARRIS CO 


a Wa 


toi 
ore 


shingt ‘on 


vv ‘ 
BOY os 500 


med. Miss ee, guile at 
OR. G._ 


SALESWOMAN: 


ES SERVICE PERMA- 
IN 1 WOMAN 

TACT OUR 

HONE WORK 

-HOUR, 5-DAY WEEK. SHARE 
MANY EXCELLENT COMPANY | p 
NEFITS. FINE OPPORTUNITY | 

R ONE WHO QUALIFIES 


Sears Roebuck & Co. 


4500 WISCONSIN AVE. NW 


eat | 


PART TIME 
OR 
5-DAY WEEK. 


Discount on Purchases 


APPLY 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICES 


THE HECHT CO. 


WASHINGTON STORE 
F St. at 7th NW. 


|i 
| 


. 


Parkington, Arlington, 


Glebe Rd. & Wilson 8 


BEAMSTRESS - For 
ti 


SECRETARY 


Anyone want to work efor a Mar- 
pon 08Tt n 


ETARY., 
law office; 
ent _postt 


SECRETARI is | 2 | 


in Alex xandria 
personable z! r} 
sistant ¢t urchasit € agent 
lent oppo nity. bday. #-hour 
Salary open 


(2) Interesting position in personne!) 
sales group. Involves wo! 
recruitment and 
correspondence 
desirable but n 
ege or equivalent 


Colieg ckground 
xce 4 earee y to advance 
Salary 


ion. § 


des 
as 


wees 


Atlantic Research Corp. 


te 
fij- 


‘ts arta 

EMPL... 

53-2000 
interesting 

mo. ALLEN 
rie 3 ee r-7ahD neces 


RE ICREE 
is rative ire tsfon | vet, hoa spre 
arr 


e Rand excel, wits: ee of- 
hand i, benefits: air 7-6394 
a -— 19-35. good 
ty. wid have contact wi 
e business executive 
y; 84000. No Reg Fee 
el Div.. ANAGE {ENT CON. 
ANTS. INC... Suite 600, 1496 
léx.. service wile ok, $365. | 
AC EMPL.. 911 King st. 
SECRETARY 
Position combines poms advertis- 
prod \ pa secretarial 
cs NE- rane po tenti ai 
or aua.il >) persety Good steno- | 
STapAce s°:..)s tired. Some ex- | 
ae ane or “schoo! me i ~! 


des'rabdie 3 

yo week air- ~conditioned of- 
be Offic 

tional Geaaraphic Society 
Secretary-Stenographer 


16t) and M St. NW 


apneint Tr ont 
3330 


tion open for an alert, vereon- 
and camatie secreta rv-ste! 

Pen we a shorthand and 

ing: nor for advance- 

t Por Patthes information call 


ACF ELECTRONICS 


| STENOGRAPHEE - — Typing 
| aeaee : 


~~ an tite 


Salary 
erverience 
to 


te 


es 
re 
ei 


- 


typist te ‘dicta 
hand. salar 


SECRETARY TRAVEL 
A 


| 
| 


ualified wom as 


— director 


of 
vel 


oe Seraonnal and 
e Mr. or Mrs 
Hotel, 133 
2 and 4 to 6. 


ac 
R St. 


GOOD SALARIES 
New in Washinaton? Gee ts 
LLOYD’S EMPL. SERV. 
pr 


oo 
$28 


7 


a 
, 


ss off Bet 
Haaagerty Back ‘Serv. 


918 _Zilgre orth Dr, Silver Spring 
a ree 40 


“5-904 


gir) “+ 


- & 
3 re 


SECRETARY 


interracial sates 

lack Points. 
NW 
No phone 


cals. 
SECYS -TYPISTS 


Permanent position. To work 


in modern air 


office; 5-day, 35-h 


itioned 


ur week: 


interesting work and pleasant 


working conditions. Age under 


40. Starting salary $70. 


APPLY IN PERSON 
SUITE 312 


7\1 14TH ST. NW, 


SHIRT FOLDER—Experiencéd only. 


a Stratford 
a _ ¥~ —— 
“experienced 


Se PRESSER 


«gh enced quality work 
A 


an's 
"ono ‘ave wo 
SILK FINISHER — Pusceers 
for Mr. Lee or Mr. 
230). Jernigan Dr 
_Queens Chape! 


5% 
Cleaners, 


4- 


inter 


alary 


. no typ 
; 1420 N *y AVE. NW 
foae APHER — Alert. 
ander 35. 5 Gays. 8:30 a 


S70 _per ‘ST. 3 2465. 


hestonetae 


teresting 

fon of Genera) Mo- 

congenial stat 

ir-condit 

‘ye st. nw 

a ivancement 
-0104 


Young wom an: 
Car di 
Dodee. 91.3 
STENOGRAPHERS 


ane hot 


Cali Mr 


weather season is here 


nteresting position 


STE NOGRAPHER. white, 
manufactu 
EA. 3-62 


rer 


I ional 
$285. ‘month 00 for 


terview 


-hour weex. Pieas- 
ant ban ne veghaitions 


: Apply 1048 
de gpa 5 on Bid Sth & New 
York a nw 


line of 


lo- 
lioned Cafritz 
Oppor- 


and 


switc MBOARD work, white ony. 

- expr. nm hrs. 8 -4:30 

, siternating weehenaa: "S-day 
must have good handwriting 

ang must be ew 21-40 poly 

ite 412. 1496 G st. nw. ta 

TE ACHER ist ‘Grade for fall term 

POTOMAC &) 


$250 ¥ 
Broa d Falls Church. Va. 
JE , 


Sook: 


mS 


We have an excellent 
opportunity for a woman who has 


‘benefits Since 


~day 


“under 3 35 
Sta ; 


tq 


yn, 
Woy ett mos 
oper 


Under 26—Immediate vacancy for 


Ave N_W _-BE2-7207 | 
- 38 | 


V 
ee. Er. Gon 


oxper ienced | One full time. noon 


; 
' 
; 


‘DO YOU WANT 


| 


8670 Coles- | 


AGENCY, "1341 G ae 

TEACH art time 

= ‘ghiidren Kindergart en and 
leve Tea 


Call ; JA 
ickers. Wa 


regul ar 


per. og 
He nae apply 


“TELEPHONE ‘Sort 


TELEPHONE © CLK — Alex. no tye. 
$220, roriat EMPL 


rte CLK.-Auto firm. 875. P 
T\ Anak EM ger 2324 Wilson bivd.. 


ry ae. L ERK - For credit office, 
u¢nh hoc acd : Rg to 35. 
vyaca- 
rT 


Mrs 


¥ nefits 
Hechinger Co. Phen and 3 
ne 


ngnteresti ne | 


cond = "Georaet own 4 
with pay. sick leave 


— 


TYPIST 


For full-time 
white; 
tion. Must type 50 wpm. 
5-day, 40-hour . week. 


Sick and vacation leave 


911) 


typing; 
permanent posi-! 


; 
| 


' 


Cash bonuses; air-condi-| 


tioned building. Call 


HO. 2-2476 

~ TYPISTS (3) 

EXPERIENCED 
$3000 


es 


Our continued erowth vires 3 
more typists. Must be FAST iat 
AS wpm. and ACC 
ied. interesting duties 
f air-conditioned home of- 
Ask about our liberal bene- 
; and airline privileges. MZ. 
68-3600, Ext. 226. 


r PIstT ‘and “Pile Clerks with abii- 
it t and! enc 


2601 


TYPISTS 


Under 40. must be eaalitieg typist 
general typing to star 

nity to advance 

trainin 


16th 


ploye cafeteria 
air-conditioning, Apply in 
between 9 a. m. and 4 Bb. m 


NATIONAL 
GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY 


AND R ST NE 
or 
AND a STS. NW. 


ee ee eee 


IRD 
isTH 


TYPISTS 


e hot weather season 
! St 


a. m. & 1:30 to 3: 


4305 Lesiie Ave., Alex., Va. 
8-4400 


nae ABBEY $s-4 


TYPIST 
young . pay 7 for general pleas: 


oat ‘deetins 
conereens ed ‘. a a 
A 


_ MAN 


any ent fale 


ANNAPOLIS 
HOTEL 


F Street Store 


| 


4 


Jacle J vane 


WHITEY | 
fete AY dive 
waar WAITRESSES 
Sa oa 
ae 


5‘ ae 


ier 


=] 
HAS PERMANENT OPENINGS POR | 

tute: i i: “O'Bennels 
“iio1 Wiscon ave., | }elephone Clerks, no experience | 


For Further Details Cal! 
Mr. Brown, OT. 4-6880 


RCA Service Co., Inc. 
Ol aLiNOTON, vA. 
~ COLLEGE | 


Yo oung lady with liberal 
e inistration 


WHITE. SINGLE. attractive. 21-| 
35 for ist ciass pestaurant end 


“iether el | 


Sm 


ei 


HO: | 


recen\ 
os nt 


e Bex 7531, 


he i 
5 9. Meondar. ‘hecushe “Frida 
must be fully gt in 


Ap ter 
e8 MMODOE 
Cao. a 


arts 


ublic 
sition Re: 1 © oarvanits 
advancement into manazet-_| 
=. Co ak an pain. at ny 
efi Dd! 
work: GRANT Call Miss Lorn ‘Be 7-5100. 


- fanmail REFINED “AN. 24-45. 
it tips; | ’ cal 
s 


0 oon :. Bie 
arms. hor, ae e. Ben- | n . Bn i new tion. 4 
@ . 
| i $80 wee u 
"High hest was et, ADD aeee a low nee 438. Bos TH. 
HOWARD | aes ete BUILDING 
| ASSOC 


Sarl 
$50 guaran 
Young lady for clerk-typing posi- 
tion in attrastire offices; 5-day 
week, hrs. Apply in person— 
Mrs, Wiles. 


1398 9 ST. NW 
YOUNG LADY 


To assist in personnel and 
payroll office. Must be able 
to type and have good hanc- 
writing. 


| White, for , Bishs 


 midnieht, 
ancis Scott Key 
Pottee fe” 20th _ 8. NW. 


WAITRESSES 


Bxperjonced. for lla.m. to8p. m 
shift = 


t t 

workine conditions azaeeeet ety 

ings. Apply in pers o Manag: 

| WATERESS —White. i eed; " 
a.m. sta) oy Restau- 


re Conn. ate 
aH 
fom ae tipe.” “air- “oond 
oot capte haprant. 2509 Colym-' 


‘Restaurant a8 one 


p.m.- | 
re 5-Day Week 
Permanent position, good) 
starting salary, hospitalization, | 
vacation and many company 
benefits. | 
Miss Crone 
HUB FURNITURE CO. 
7th and D Sts. NW. 


Site Pe. | 


trainee. wh 
ie s ofc 


NEL. ME "Ese 
DIFFERENT 


ARTHUR MUBRAY will 
hours of allroom ins 
free in order to “helo qua 
THUR 
E. Do not 


appear- 


orge 


| Siva’ 
A 


’ 


0 a? ime. 


ae 43%5 s 
POLITAN CLUB | 
PM ence 
to 10 » 
ernoon: part time. 5 to 


- =. afte 
No Sunday work either 
Little Vienna Restaurant. 


Experienced 
Gy METRO 


whi 


5 dys, $250. 
”» :| 


lvd 


Dental asst 


Be PROF. set 


te. experienced: 
WATTRES yorens conditio 
rr ane?* ‘ADD 


TAU 
wihithese 
Good tins 
tavuran 13 
iA 
only: 


RANT. | 527 “13th St 

tess hite. Experienced 
jou a one Res- 
17 NE 


eve 


~ gueriencea | 


cr 
mature preterred ap- 
tio $60. S| nies 
8" irlington Above average personal 


anc 
Col-ese background or equiva- 
sent 


Age 22 to 32 

Superior rhythm and timing co- 

ordination 
erience necessary A ty ad 
rom training pr 


P ol 
ly in person to ae, oF, HAY, 
PLO ER DONUT SHO F 


WOMAN” WANTED for —_— nette 
is 


17 


5503 Baltimore! 
17 HELP, MEN & WOMEN 
THE 


$64.00 QUESTION 


Bowling 
ave v 


HELP, MEN & WOMEN 


Alley. 


; 
' 
; 


Weekly earnings of more than $64? 
Permanent employment close to home? 
Day or night work? 
WAITERS—WAITRESSES 
Answer these-questions yourself 
Let Hot Shoppes provide the opportunity 
APPLY 


HOT SHOPPES 


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 
1341 G St. N.W., Room 200 


Interviews 9 to 3:30 weekdays 


Sat. through noon 


Raleigh Haberdasher 


PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS 


SS. Ss ss sss ests 


Chevy Chase Store 


CLOTHING SALESMAN 


(Full or Part Time) 


TAILOR FITTER 


TAILOR FITTER 
SEAMSTRESSES 


ALTERATION 
DELIVERY CLERK 


Experienced 
Permanent Positions 
Free Hospitalization 
Liberal Discounts 


Cther Employee Benctits 


APPLY 
Manager's Office 


45 Wisconsin Circle 
Chevy Chase, , Maryland : 


or 
EMPLOYMENT ‘OFF ICE 


1320 F St. “NW. 
Room 335 


u ROMS WITH COARD_ _29 


Rone 


Sp de~ 
B 
ite Day cate 2-5 yr. olds. | 


WHY WE NEED 


TYPISTS 


on future. “2 A. 
pas «at Saag Pan 


one i Top 
rereronas =. %. * ida, 


capable f man- ed other: 
lady, ¢ ¢ oO enced m 
ishes 


red, settled 
= large apt. ¥ Rett 
. girl wants pare time wor here o7 Reset 


care. 
re COL.—Child care: 


; fi SS each per 
SITUATIONS, DOMESTIC 2) ¢9 Ce re 


OL.-PAIRMONT HOTS. MD — 
BETT&R ciass K Day care. PICKUP SER. WA 5-8212 | 
stant maid. service. Call G8A | 
of Household 


aahinsion Mehool | APYS.., PUN, of UNFURN. 33 
Arts HO oe DE 2-3252. 
A j or enAl 


s care. 
2-1 097 


We believe that pleasant, girls. maids, cooks 
attractive, capable girls 
make the best employes. 
They also make the best 
wives if they are inter- 
ested in marriage. As a 
result, we employ many 
girls who are married or 
get married while they 
work here. Later some of 
them decide to become 
full-time housewives, leav- 
ing positions which must 
be filled. 


— - ‘ ‘ *) = baa 
es live-in posftion as companion. 
housekeeper or child are, ger | 
recent local references > 0869. | 

CNCED practical nurse " de- 
sires baby-sitting or Aureing. any- 


, 
. 


a 
APTS.., dak 


— a, i'W—Lee. Kit. 
rm. bed hg bath: daztiont. 
neated. pan. réc. rm rv 
$140. Eves. J 


34 


Te k a ase ment | 
- ye - util ine 
y: child nurse $40 


He 
SITUATIONS, 5 Men. on & Wom. 22 =. 22 


7 manas 
manager—-Capaebie e set- 
s ise. 


= Meee © go in Fi ag ed 
ROUMS, FURNISHED 


26 Eres parkin 
ADA L &D.—Op>. park sine BOLLING FIELD, 
gle. o@autiful rm. with sid 
one: best transp 


05 pér mo.,, 


A Cool, attr.. 
apt. te appreciate, conv 

tS over; thing. Pvt. entr. 

\NACOS 

Zz rme cisehe 

uti 


‘ t 
j in ded I 
Say ge ice. bam 
nt.. Ft. M 
an e | "tnel utils, 
hig apis das 
JA ER 


apts tastefully, 
close to every- 
B. JO. 2-3934 


N 

3 
srl tg. Wate. ‘enti care, 
pensqvers and ork 
3-88 * 


lf you are a typist, come 
in to see us. interestina, 
responsible clerical work, 
with other pleasant people. 


5-DAY WEEK and 2-bedrm 


8 TO 4:30 


ert ine’ a gent! emen; pe rv.: 
st. park's AD. 4-967 . 
—— clean rm. $7 WK.; 
seo tlem n. 1707 Prince st 
\A 


——wNr echts “ Hanns. 
* 


CONCORD GARDENS 


1 gg avail. June 1: #it-cooled 
rer apt: nea 
wit nae 
. Mgr 301 issouri ave. aw.. « 
2 JA SI & 103 ne >. 3356 

M: iN. JA 2-0129 BU gh - St, Gh 475-—Liv rm. 
s Prt. home bedrm.. kit. bath. TV, attto-wash 
ony. Maa. oA: .9-6156 . pvt. entr $87.50. LU. 2- 


co 


$50 MINIMUM 
STARTING SALARY 


We Pay More for Experience 


haiis 
transp 


i N.—Frt 

tr. wit 

| BL ANA 

: eh urp , n- | 

dence Hosp.; “gale or ‘able: isi4-——3 rms. private 
LA. 6-4399 6110 


Air-Conditioned Offices 
HOT WEATHER 18 ONLY AVE 
A FEW WEEKS AWA 


dy: 
bath: "$50. “CO. 
y cincte—i 


rns 


ine 
$25 1 
Maid. serv utils, 4 


psmt rm. 


, TOWN 
TEL 


D CTR.—Exc 
$35, 645; bath, $70 
4904 

“. an 


Government 
Employees 
Insurance Co. 


2-62339, 


— Near 


; fa i 
Share bath ‘45, AD. 


{rt 
>6 | 3.8546, 
lee ER 


1733 — 
VIVIAN 


em ouy: nice 
PBX: ’ 


it.. pvt bat h s 
$70 mo. 361 
7<321 


a 
_ 


aths, shwrs 

Perm , Spec. rates. ‘trans. 
NW. meg 
HO 


39th ave 


(Not a Government Agency) Al rice | 
"Con CINE" he , baat 
14TH AND L STS. NW . AD 
PLEASE APPL" 


8 M. 7 
AT L st. Extn 


ms HU 
COU MBIA “RD. 


“si Bioe ath. 
with for 1: “$60 ~ CO 

COLUMBIA RD. & 16TH — Spac. 
well furn. 2-bedrm apt. 4 my orl 
_yng, men. $125. 8-8964 
fONGRESS HTS. AREA—Availa 
now: attractive — 2 and 


—Redec.. 
“th k. fm 


it.; 814 
NE. 306 oe. Benat Bldg } 


: yee i= 198 
18. Gentlemen "sé. $7. HU. 3-3940 
| iste NW. 1131—Cleap 
+ $6 p. DU 
, oeows attrac ini NW. 
(white) to show costum | 4 Ry $7.50. 
No deliveries Y* colt | 4TH 4 F r 
tions _ Cal 


HIGH SCHOOL GRAD. ke 


18 to 22. general of-| 


3 


” 
- 


* i 
als 


by ae 


3 


bie 
3- 


. “i ” 

cely furn., $1 

SE: effic. $65, inc } wi 

NN.-FLA. NW... bedr d. r.. 

oo 110 mo. AD. ee $491 a! 12 

bv r CiR. , AREA—A 
rm. 2 


bedrm 


"NA. 8-85606 


ms. Clean 


A, Sn l pots Tt 
* ra , _ NO. 7- te + 
— Brig 
su pane 3- 4: si 


pur 
iain 96. $7 —— = 
sale. ms. ' OL 12 | 


conv Se location: laundry» privis. DUPONT GIRCLE AREA| 


a | oawxTows NW. Pvt. bath. $50. | Purnished 1- -bedroom apt. Also | 
CITIZENS BANK OF MARYLAND bate tha bath. $40 en. ST achelor RE. 7-529! 
Mr. Bons, UN. 4-311) 16. ME. 88-2472. 1-9 Mond ay 


it bath 


, 
Clerk -typist. mo. Also effic.: 


fice work in automobile dept. of | 


| CASMIER-CHECKER — chan vacation ae Seat? 
_Nance 


1323 Rhode 
ingham Supe: 


vate ok ae 
ood 


HOTEL 


m apis 
me le 96. | 


ARLINGTON WESLEY HOTEL 
wg: a 2131 O ST. NW. 


ce ~ 84 cleaning | E TOK ais dec 
NEAR DUPONT CIRCLE 


~ oe | ene Tack rch ea heme 
i  atiis: J 
Modern, Comfortable 
Living That You Enjoy mers 
$60 SINGLE PER MONTH igs 
| HO. 2-9100 , 
“HAWTHORNE HOTEL | ni? “Re rt oo 
2134 G ST. NW. i $548—3-rm 


iL decorated. moderately ax h 
priced. Attrac oahe and dbie_ rms.: ditiz ire 
pesmenens and transient : 

d service RE. 
POTOMAC HOTEL 


bath apt. 2-rm 
x and 


Bedrm.. 


MEN & WOMEN 7 
Air Line Clks., St. $280 


RESERV. TRA AINEES. rapid ad- 
vance. paid while training 
‘BRIEN nei Bery 


HELP, 


CH—2 rms. 


incl. JE. 


: oume * bide 
kit.-din., bath: 
adee Peery 56 


A on per: 
cen‘ ag e in suburban hotel, JU 


ASST. PAYROLL clerk typist. Assist 
eek! w-Wal 


ag 
, tennis court 


suite 


883 
uD HICtSIDE KD. Se a: -bedrm | 


good | 
soe | 


, ay 

conditions Wandic 

preferred Apply ‘at ee 

1229 age h St. N.W sts 
N ROTEL 9167 16th st. | 

wD; attr. rms.: with. without) 


ACCOUNTING pe HME: Ered 
CLERK : 


5-Day, 35-Hr. Week 1533 296 BE 
PER ce i} es 


Are you now employed by an 
COLORED—A ni 
insurance company where your ~).... ' 
opportunities are limited? If COL., ist ‘Newton PI 
so, we would like to talk to ure. = ‘io he 
you about a position with our COL.. 2019 & Kansas ‘Ave. we ee 
rm or r ce age 
company. This position offers' tig wk wall pr wh Te. S44 
excellent opportunity for ad- COL 1698 Vernon st on. 
vancement. Insurance account- coL, NW. Ol soe wit DE. 20008. 
ing experience and some _Nice turn. Home privi. DU. 7-1262 
knOwiedge of IBM procedure COL. - jane 
desired but not necessary. | .4- 
Many company benefits, air- 


home 
. SS Sa NES pvt ent. 1 
cot, 1756 Swann NW —Basement 50 8-5718 
large and is 
conditioned offices. 
APPLY 


mail room for working < sran 
euples - AD. 2-1355 F of pine. & Ala. Exc 
(COL. pom | hk U.}j O35 
PEOPLES LIFE INS. CO. 
1343 H St. NW. 


Ef eee? | 
: - ; “loc co 
shops. trans.. $40 up. Li 4-100. | 
‘MINNESOTA AVE. SE. area—Bed- 
n dinette. kit.. bath: 
shopping 


2-1885 


DE 
IzENT 


TR 


twin "beds 
' rm... 
ey —Le ’ front 
d r mo 


loc 
effic 


Mu 


furn.; 


‘aw, Nicely 


«_-) 
“st Bh mg nicely, 
. - 
cou. 1431 ‘Decatur st. ~SHIPLE Y PARK 
. i =4¢ ivi TU 1- AND 2-BEDRM APTS . 
col. 3643 ith st nw * Kit gu te Rie. “al Washington 


Accept ci _AD. 4-8960 pane tedec. 


re 
laund 
5 


Roem 706 


furan. = T 
ie rivileges. Ll "3-047 2. 
COL.. 1724 6 St. NW Rooms tor 
re eopaibie men; $650 to 88 week 
co -Newly d@c sma 
1383 Newton st. nw 
Experienced cot. _ ‘er 6 Mass. ave se 
Apply new owner, a. bt. $-6679. 
i rms *6 50 we 
~Cbuiler), Ga. ave. nw. st. 2 


SHOREHAM vic 
adie 7 ofr prt 
loc siien ret A 
TAR. O.. MD. 
; 4 ri - HOV 
£29 50 “ju 

-1 ved 


bus i ne; 


X 
‘ox 


for 
person 


Paid 
acy ancem 


a ~~ heats oy  - 
in 
‘stand, , am ne 
_Dinrket. 


* 


ene. ad ults, 
et, 


nw Ki: 
Houseman one 
met 
Geiahit 
rivl, RA 
“Be sai. oF dd) 


aD d Aa, 


‘RA. 3-508. 


Lee 
ist « sa N 

airy ist pvt entr 3 
ment Service. 110 ~omperee Lane, <n 
¥ - 


High school amd college sraduates, 
men and wome 8 to 27. nea 
and attzactive, for circulation = 
educational work, 
necessary enna. cut eet a che 
sone 
wing account. 
85 wees afer trainings. Sce 
ac nts, Charies E otel. ’ 
R NW. 10-12 8 m. 6-7. No 
i rents welcome | 


u: kit. » privis 

om Section—2 large newly 

a front rms.: ladies or mother 
e oprivis. pvt 


ee 2 —Atirac 


“lV 
“{ne- bedroom egmbination. kitchen 
nv wy te 


— rr ang Hit. 
and Arm 


ar 
rm... 


0 v3 

ap... yd Pegt 

14 = : r 

Corner liv mR iit 
ath: 875 in 


451 sm z| 

BA a =3483_ h lee. ” closet. nr etores 

le. 879.50 incl. ul. 

' on bath, enna. “CO. 5-5148 “a 
apt.. prt. c 

ee A nae ROOMS 27 1TH or is  sAibenativs | 

udio room, kitchen and bath. 


Reorent|¢ CAPITOL ar wk. RE. 8150. 859 a. 5.8541 utils. LL 4-555 | 
eee Cige rm & Kit. con a WEBS = 
aire, pvt. entrance bedrm.. kit. all pvt.: nicele | 


| ae 
Zrms. kit. tolk: 5 ; 


-—4 t 
Ae couple. Ascent "3 “tnildren. | 


SALES REPRESENTATIVES. 
PERVISORS AND MANAGERS “for 
Washington's fastest-growing sa 
organization. Greatest 
for advancement and nie 
ings Gueree co. 


14th 
JOMESTIC 


chr, ed 

$75, 
inch 
stu 
room, 
oom dinette and bath: 


tw adults 
‘e] de e_. Reside nt. er. 
sia. Oc liv. rm.. porch, 


' 5 
unfurn. kit. ba vine Sw = —Restt turn 
So03 


———_— 


“aan Sa regis: utils, Ju, — test 
‘x CKY AVE. SE. 161—Laree . 

— re. redec.; new refrig.; $9 
I. 6-2362. 

ANT = ARES epeemeat. 
ig Vv 


Ha | airfoem: cw. livir «| 
{or 0 , bedroom. combination gitche 
Baa e Or | 
lity aH itie 
E rences necessary. A 
m loyment Office The Hecht 
Care. Jenchomacly 
TV. chars a giver kfi.. . eve id 


suit 


2 Ps rms.; 
fate : . 
pvt 3-2 . 
: " & kit. stov. utils. 11, 3-8799, 
ea gta a bat 
ate H. and c water. Utils RA. 6-5832 1916—Nicely furn | 
i aod. valor, Ouls : bedrm. din. fo 
Dee ee 
. 1ea3— 
Vv 


a oh idren. “923 ok. JE 


ve in or out. sections a 
nd Md. 


ee, K NW ae . 


th. In p= apt 
and janitor serv 
all —. To inapect see 
DU. 7-1432 
M. 


HOUSE TYPE 
Completely Furnished 
Lan Pe ee 

As B45 


SUN i2 
jE. 2-5500 


jake , es, aot tp. 888.30 


t ex mation call 


Fe card req. 8 et 

104 ed ST. NW. 
3—4 rms., bath, porch, 

modern, $82.50. See aft. 

7 p.m. EM, 3-7415. 


AIR-CONDITIONED 
bem “yaaes red 


PLOYME 
8. PORT 
*). 7; 


THE ST NCHIESTER 
centrally 4 


he 


| er 


ae" 
FALLS CH.— individ. care. Hr., day. 
w +3262 


. VA.—Expe 
permanent care. Ph. 
ie ee | t 


| 1-BEDRM. APT, $110 
rms kit... 
| 2-8 


oil. | 


ime. | 
' 
-1035.| 


"| 
i 


edrm.. bata. 


| | ALEX. —bBel 
A 2- 


rm..| 
| Ae 
INC 


DP.| ON * BEAUTIFUL 
SCHOO’ 


ARLING GTON—Lee. 


Pt 
| bea 


THE, WASHINGTON ‘POST and TIMES HERALD , 
se Wednesday, May 23,1956 4] 


/ACTS.. UNFURNISHED 36 IRN 36 
ALEXANDRIA 


| Warwick 
Village 


|. NEWLY DECORATED 
wned 3 Bedrooms Homes 
$115 Month 


INDIVIDUAL BASEMENT 
WITH 


EXAND 


er 
Gime 


Wy Shaolin 


a ‘eriaian 


AIR-CON % 


SUN 
With auto. per. control, « 
tra-modern facilities. suto. 
— service 


tr. 
reciate 


ne 


~—J3 y 
Canora ted . 
uded own 


Uti it 
mi. 


—Atl su 
— iv. leep, teat Lad car 
d tra a. D 726 


16TH ST. N.W. 


for 3; 
tin 


| 1701 
WESTINGHOUSE 
WASHER, DRYER 
Refrig., Garbage Disposall 
SOUNDPROOF WALLS 
FULL MAINTENANCE 
LAWNS, PLAYGROUNDS BUS. 


(foyer. liv. rm tile bath. 
ah: in oa sun ivi 


EDRM. APT., $14 
3 BACHELOR APT., $69.50 


(larce walk-in closet. tile 
bath. reiridesetes) 


One of Washington's most atirse- 
tive elevator apt bides. with 
switchboard and matidesk service; | 
utilities included: on-the-pramises | 


h 
excellent 
/ cal j a 


Normen Bernstein Syndicates 


=| Etfic & | Be rm. Apt. 
excell 
coe ub. 9 SE Swe AR? 


| Larce apt. didg 
good Dassins parquet 
6ne #e@ 
tae ‘itv. 
2514 14th & Ww AD. 4-2363 
NEWL VV 
Md.. attractive | i- 


ew furniture, ab 
ae utils. Aveil. 


Public, Parochial Schools 
Adjoins Project 


“py ste 
ENCLUBING BUNDAY) 


Vernon Ave. & Kennedy &t. 


“TE. 6-691 


PARK-BEDFORD 


| BEDROOM—$75 
Attractive corner: ist Seer: 
arking:; convenient to 
yer an other MF 
mer. 48 N. Bedford 8t.. JA 2 
DREYFUSS 


’ 
| 


t. 
Takoma ear ue 
rm 


av a ‘$97 50 


iV. ; b =f 
y furn.. , ‘tana 
mm 2 
bedr BY 5. 
ployment Selapeness. 

io.” i8 Belmont 

i 

pvt. 


Nr trans 
7.9 


rd 
43 Girard 4 7 —2 
ki share Rea 
ce furnish on 7-801 5. 


“T3508 
. ki 


Arlington-Cherokee Apts. 
Completely redecorated aeare 
large living 
; en 

airmont st 
d 
or 


8 ~ 
. miiractive ¢€ 
te 


ViC_—1-rm ete. | 


kit 


it. mt utils. : $70. 
CoOL... & £.—2 rms., Ot, 

we 43 
2 yma. 
Co 


will Re, one small child 
- mi. to 9 


1 BED 
2 BEDROOM APT. 


utile laundry facilities 
a end ses line 


— 
M. T.| Broyhill & ' 
Pay Lee Hwy JA. 4- “1200 
ARLINGTON, NO. 


Vic. WASH. BLVD. & GLEBE RD. 
l. utils 


nv TA , A. 4-093 : ba 
auiet pome: reas oS 
E 


20007" ratier 3 | 
43 18t th 


APTS.. HOUSES TO S:IARE 35 
DyTONT CIRCLE 2 men wish, to 
L 


share compl. furn. apt. with 1 o 
22-28 yrs. 
ext 78163. ev 


+ WAN desires another with 
to he apt. | 


er man 
5: 6700. M 
4610 Lee Hw 


bedroom. first-floor. 


Dine-pan- | 
nw ing ps BR ny i, 


-739 


FOR S RON APTS. 
‘LEE HWY. & NO DANIEL 86T. 
1 MILE PAST KEY. BRIDGE 
1-BEDRM. APT., $90 
2-Bedrm. Apts., 
$105-$1 10 
nclud all wtil.. parte 
self defrosting fefris 


va 
rounds, tennis cour 
AL OFFICE 2908 PREMISES 


epi, 
es we rd every tnes JA. 
0 “ d 


$-2170 afier 
APTS., UNFURNISHED 
ALEXANDRIA 

AIR-CONDITIONED 


BROOKVILLE 
DUPLEX APTS. 
2 AND 3 BEDROOMS 
1% BATHS 
WITH OR WITHOUT BASEMENTS! RPS 
FURNISHED 
OR UNFURNISHED 


FROM $102.50 UP 


Open Sat 
enta: 


.- 2 ¢ 
Office 


fenced 


cloted. hem | 
Open Daile Mon Thru Pri 9-5:30| COW 
FOR FREE BROCHURE CALL 
FL. 49400 


MING POOL UND 
ION abu Acent me 


LOWEST. RENT 

IN THE AREA 
1 BEDRM. . .$63.25 Up 
ss ruts wp 2 BEDRMS. $75.00 Up 
farm fetta bw. FURN. APTS. , $81. 50 Up 


ns see ALL UTIL ITIES INCLUDED 

Moderna garden poertenente, Sub- 

15 degrees 
wo Cor 


NEW SW 
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Across 14tb 

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pt. conv. to everything. | 
I working couple or s ie | 
person. Renting for 86 


mo 
ivate bath and all util 
6-1400. AL BAKER & 


| ALEX.—-Downtown Area 


1 be ee. - a pan ang building. 
rent 5 is in- 


for 87 
— Sal utilities Te é- . AL 
BAKER & SON. INC. 


follow Brookvi le 


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SUMMER DAY CAMP 
CALL RE. 5-8000 
FOR BROCHURE AND 
FURTHER INFORMATION 


DISTRICT HEIGHTS APTS. 
RENTAL OFFICE 

7812 District Heights Pkwy. 

3a t 19-3, Sunday 28 


; . iving it bee 
M. 2-2216 
MERA YP IELD * 


ALEXANDRIA 


BELLE gi 


VERNON 
BLVD 


COMPLETE SHOPPING CENTER 
ALL ON PREMISES 


SWIMMING POOL 
WADING POOL 


EXCLUSIV? FOR RESIDEN 
AT NO ADDITIONAL COST 


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mile south of 

rom downtown ; 

main Navy and 10 min 

Belvo 


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arking: lowest ren‘ incl udine | 
above features in entire area 

OveR PARK— 

exposures, 

$90 “2646 . % rh nw + WR -f 
HYATTSVILLE MD. 
4207 OGLETHORPE ST. 

NEWLY DECORATED 


1 BEDROOM-—$73.00 
| 2 BEDROOMS— $82. 00 


RM APi ‘ 
ALL UTILIVIES INCLUDED 
FURN APTS ALSO AiL 
Renta! #01 Belleview Biva 
Open ida 

Bat 9-5 un 
__PUONE SO 88-8000 and 8-800). _ 


Office 
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ALEXANDRIA AREA 


IMMEDIATE 
OCCUPANCY 
$72.50 and $83.00, Inchading | 


Utils. —1 and 2-Bedrooms 
Unturnished 


Modern kitchen 
th. 
SEE RES. MGR. ON PREMISES 


4. S F ahi CO. 


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AP. “94461. 
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0 min. from downtown D. C., 
tacon. main avy. and i0 
min. to Fort Belvoir 


e- -9100 
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| se. Very large living roo 
rooms, ample Mocoris near bus. 
sho eate 


$93.50. 
é-unit bidg.. 
coo! r. 


Monroe Development Corp. 
1M N King Hwy 


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1-bedroom 


5 3 alee AA; er a f 
Pit and 
*Mb6.50 includes “f 
— gas 6 Also w 8-tt. refrs. 
Ults. Key im apt. 1. Mr. Clark. 
7-B695 eekdays 


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ARLINGTON 


—CHOICE LOCATIONS. 

—1 AND 2 BEDRMS 

TOPS” IN CONVENIENCE. 
CALL JA. 71-6660 


ap’ apt 
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od 


At Donna Lee 

There’s Everything! 
—LGE 2 BEDROOM. 
—BUS, SCHOOLS, SHOPPING 
—WE LOVE CHILDREN 
~— CLOSETS GALORE. 
EVERY CONVENIENCE. 
—PETS WELCOME 


IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. 


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m athavday, Mey 23, 1956 | 


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8. Bakes ee te WY at. L in 
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Pics Fe em Bed sme Jefferson Manor Area 


1-BEDROOM APTS. . $77.50 eA oO ey oe gn A 
2-BEDROOM APTS. . $102.00) Large rooms. is 2 a, * ating rt 
Includes Gas, ‘Heat and | — opt. 
Efficiency A ¥ wTAL oericg OFEr paa_| £ ashi t & Se ee Avail, imd., atte well fu 
y) Bedr ms 99 M-—SE. 000 TENNESSER » A A , 
00 ’ $68.25 Includes All Utils. od $0 through September 1; ool, AB: 
Newly Decorated Attractive corner apt. in modern | - = i Uni, iil, $60 ne ae foe Seas porch. ; . R HOOFF, INC. 
rooms. ection bath eas pat fet Conveniently Located gi scien ad | BT Pais io, freeser, di . s. Bent : ! AD. 4-6115. 
Mie Wr fiitrac| , ,Moderm Elevator Bldg. | Sveum) mage”. saath MeiS0 abe far-| grevtvevrmdlo, phenodranh: oul iB 3 mt Ol fialty Ses ott : E tenis ee Ls o Ey. 
* ‘kitchen, bath.| 1833 New Hamp. Ave. DRE BROS nh A ct nw. | month. home. shopping | $9 ti Je Jur -ORGE eer i] Ddamt. with, ree, 
ER A 3433_14th st. . Dore 
ult A Sita Te Cane i spin 6 A._£-0580 ~ BW, 2 rma =) HURCH V1 ps: THESD A- 0 si Choice location, Completely, set f 500, Banas Ppeeallty, Ne 
412 5th a NW ote if- Luxe Apts. Bi bat Ro Aiso pe apt.. F ¥ ine “| rms. ex . itv.-din. Pg . space in new ty 10-cond, , : & ready 10 £0, inciydine lights. of- $-3400. LU. 
Pace IN GELMARC. | ayes sit ia sna os rl tie ar ay mages | Ba nan OW AAD ta | eer TS MT., PLEASANT 
; and bath: : ; 4 , —— % , = : ree 
; $57 te inc] Lag ROCK CREEK O81 Minnesota ave. ne. GF 4 . y sa. 
0 OL. | ) ‘ nonprofit org. newiv read" wiles | MARY WASHINGTON WOTET. wiih $11,950 
: om n PARK TOWERS : ing rd. Mod. I ND igmiy a - 33 . . low rental. | a ny ——- tae - aton 20-f. brick row home fn excellent 
: 1930 COLUMBIA RD. NW. | -OllsgED. idii Harvard’ Bt. brick; 5 : Cape Cod. nt. schools and st fi.. 3-rm. ony se periments, Out ct Princess Anne Shackel ord, ‘Se heat, Call Mr 
THE DOREEN i bedroom in ton Apt. 34—Conv. NW. loc. | 1 room. Avaliable Sie Sali aoe swjening , seat insurance. | doc r or dentist: a, OP Fe Predertens- ends. 30 ” Peon Sided 
5930 14TH ST. NW. ____L100_INVESTMENT BLDG. | $5550 mo’ See janitor to inspect e. x S135. |S bedrm. ened: i, * o*t- My 
A-6248 geen ouse . ’ : or . F . 0 lin. t ys = oui apace, Peat ures ioe A 
: A. : ; n to des ri be Ment een. 


* bat ; or_call © GEOR 
Cc. iis” E> Large apartments with toads of} Buckingham Ownershi D- se., choice modern . bed ~ ae .. ; 
ve clusets: convenient to everything. g P oe building” {bed room. lge 5 ont >. _ "| 9-5 ngt ; Aba gl nurs suite, | Carpeting, e i sccleutant seed from, 835 380 
nous e a ot ie pity Boots se equip. on busy fo dark: ‘eveniar mi euncan . 


Ae = SOE NT ; inejiding | al ori howe —— 
pvt. "batt working firepl 2 BEDROOMS—$117.50 KA heat hot _water LO. 4-6562. GRO colin mt i bemt. : 01 next to two 
"wel kp, sat 3 wall ot: bide, be CLARE O 5 adults: at rms.. kit’ and bath: ving. 4 is room oie ee moles LO iD CO. JI 04 ° ’ r . ; ote me , gnats irertions pintiel® aS NW 
SEE RESID MANAGER - 2733 S. Walter Reed Dr., Art. ct oe tn Ee. 82181, Rey a 47. ai {eso Teh] smo. F v n | oa ve a &.| three-f around e 
apt. 1k Palen. NAC | Off King St.)—JA. 2-5003 U. 2-48 —~ Living room, | GEORGEFOWN MOUSE 3017 Cen a Portal Dr 
Uy. fm, “ainetve, Se bath, $72.86; ALDON MANAGEMENT CORP.| (Off King St.)—JA. cot tchen, den, beth, gar-| : ES ae Ample Paria. oon —_ 
Mn attractive, | . | iach, utile. CO, odiz0. = © Jol 
» attrac. apt. “ise, uy. Tm. poPLER—a rire sab Pe : w. Best Value a a oe : private ‘path, 250 _ —— B Senet Co, 
bedrm.._kit. and ath: Utils. incl | kitchen, screened poreb: *a5i3s 89.50 PARK ANDS |é  pcatieg. ot : wre | B85 BRANNON on- BEORM 
qrm| ween rim row |2-br. apts., > crm Carns pevmopety| Siial Sasatet TT | day sooeal, dae : eee ws Doe See Se 
ater yyy a Weekdays, 9-8, Sat, 9-5, Sun, 11-5] Alabama Ave. and Stanton Rd. 8. sar 1 wich a. ; Private asties and shared waned BARTOW CO... Realtors. Pres ve BER > 
to theater shopping N “BEST BUY IN TOWN” ng m.. svel we ite Visit 3002 retary-stenomrapher; excel-/ . n ~ , NSTEIN co. 
HOM BEST BUY IN TOWN BES U e st. or AD. 2-2187, oF pu MICHIGAN PARK lent ‘losation, $15 per month. Write “ “tron wus BO CO 5- 3833. sm 9 _ 
7 te . _ e. de- 
ee Me hee | & 2 Bdrms., $72.70 to $81.80 Buckingham SINGLE FARE 58US GEORCETOWN—3 petri houre providence Pe, DITIONED neard Ma” an SE iro nt rates tached rick. just ot r upper ‘Conn. 
73.50 ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 313 N. Glebe Rd.. Arlington 3% ROOMS Ficchen and bath; suitable for opie. 7 | sane eautiful space INVE finished dormitory. < 
: ' ) | old 1312 WY. Ave. NW NA. 8-583° | 
Beautiful Hillcrest Heights, Md.| a coos, Coma JA. 2.5004 g $68 and $70 0 ris; $210. Also a 2-bedrm ‘ any | rae —. ds. Ooner W eavonabie ve wl er ecu Mt <outbeR tl 
O. 


8-5140 iss. ave conditioners: §: | A. $200 DO 
RE LEM 4¥2 ROOMS 115. TE a . t any 2 ist 
4) WwW 2 ak, comnecting| Un read “6% tmmeculate semi idet. rad : 


JUST 8 MIN. VIA suIRLEY Hwy, |* 4’ ari ae OP $ ALLS C od: convenient si] fatten Dt._-6m8 air conditioned: 13x15 al Return GUA lus _ist- 
Available ‘$81 A5 and 84. 50 fenced back yard: convenient sf. sw., s64—Move right in! 5 oxi? availiable immediately pro- Writing. Phone = a4 na aie "Good. torend. “Priced 
mon vUsT righ ves. RA 2527 
ESS 


BEST VALUE /]-br apts., $75 up| © vTmiries wevopep | gph." taime fully suloniile;| yard "PRESS REAL 0B | ae at side Soe * 
, " Nursery. school. shopping center afVER aha attrac 3 beds tit wero sper x Dicer fai i sit. Boe ~cond olflca, was. or : st pi AL 


Weekdays 9-8, Sat. 9-5, Sun. 11-5 | &. . 3-bedrm. that will pay you 
RENTAL OFFICE, go. ay is ON—Love > ay ty eee 4+ uring —_ * a mos. & =e Outstanding Luxury Rambler 


AT 
A - N. A G 
capo es * LASALLE APT. HOTEL ANNOUNCING THE Open eat ha .. 9 fp MP k. 6 » bri a , ; ASO . OC wit un ted A ghout 4 years old. this fine 
OPENING coL.— a eS re “Tw. ,. Mod. nit lov ely, res. b+ 34 $150. ; e ay e * » enbe . : CENTURY BUILDING . "For -guick. x4 “courteous hom 
RSCHACH REAL 


i NN. AVE. 
ATP 1 Rm., Pull. Kit. & Bath, $75 SHIRLEY PARK OF 1847, 5 N sedrs n 
| Living Room, Dinette, Bedroom ; ced Jot: b- 2879. : 
ako an ia g ’ e, ’ newly dec. r th e country BG service cal , 
pa eountry pK near Freeway —| 412 5TH ST. N.W. | inc. Je 23706 a yourself a treat and call ss 
x apf 


ADE Kitch ] fare. o. ‘ . opposite Mt PA 
batt | aan en & Bath, phn & $110 APARTMENTS INC.. 800 43 ae er. 4 bedrms.. on “paths. den " new }-bedreom : TRUST NOTES WANTED 61A } nee ee Ae, upper -breck 


LL UTILITIES IN CLUDED oat draw! dini $105 per mo. or 
0 PROJECT: — a e. et ia b- b An tg Be. no rae neers iat Exclusive, J. P. BEG We. 7) de PARKSIDE ingle rooms as low as SBi. Cloee| we WAT BOY On perl 3 B ‘Sa trust & ee EM. 2-5800: ‘eves. OL. 4-7693 of 
” . inc! J ALTY , to trict Courts. Parking 3 space AM Di. 7-16 _OL. 2-1409. ‘ 
Also Purnished Apt. Pian PRICED AT: t | a a” urn.;| REA CO. . available. MR. J 
A ° » 7 Peete) 

paler ‘greet S2f"teyerounds i | ae a Ey ee —eactaalyy FORGE SOEETT 08) LY, DUPLEX 

SDE Thos. J. Fisher & Co., SALE, INVEST. PR This well-constructed, 2-apt bidg, 
ea @ wunits 


SHIRLEY APARTMENTS —— ie pine ‘and playgrounds. 1 BEDROOM SDD} " | 7 
PER Ki. 8-si90 | } BEDROOM. $33 8 [2 BEDROOMS .......$97.50 /OOL—1802 Vermont ave, aw. *| HOUSES UNFURNISHED 41) den. maid's rm, rec. rm. Deane gg Miya Sys RS has separate heating units and 
M NROE r $00 H st. oh Oe suieb ‘a Bus: ase rented: good. 1st $15,750 A. A. CAROZZA CO.. LU. 


ways fully 
pt. for 


OOMS 

anitor, ae oth. St. 3 BEDROOMS : 

REY . Includes Utilities Except aw. NA. B-3608 - sex. ma eee eae pt mt RIGGS PARK uve free hate in at $18 - N PA 

Cnt 3 i iith semidet. w ving rm.. and live . 2 - 
NELSON ial LEY PA Electricity pet kits and. bath. encl.| dining sree and’ Fit with aut 635 F STREET N.W. Sal AU. 8-1900. BAIWUN ” YON-VETS 
horeh ne cl children $60 mo. berry machine. Fenced, bac i. 746 NEDY ST. NE ely m ern 3-bedrm.. asbestos 
TRABLE 6&&. ATIO er m KEN . ss " . a © rambi f 

ALEXANDRIA’S 1 edrm., from $68 0 rooms, cross | ve AS: Laree airy) ZL. “5TH st, NE —1-bedrm-aBr. C pevehe Incas S-nadecemn tout one Tentenine* folk. i Rag via RUDDEN oe oy scree ened embier: Gall i, large 

LARGEST 2- Bedrms., trom 380 00 | Snte flooring, master TV! childsen welcome, Li woos fied = Rambler Pathe “full base- cetached home Se modern ki cig: eecape igh rok gpportunity to] wett-BOILT 6 ferally apt. pide. oa 

3- BEDROOM APT, (UTILITIES INCLUDED» for air conditioning, no more than  COL.— 1243 4 at Re. 2 rms ; * al re , en. r . ao a Sing. Saver Jy. £ inc 3333. 

pastel decor. picture) }°2 Nights of stairs in any Dulld-| WP BE Da pL | bar. Close to George Mason School. ent and large rear yard. Ail B an architect Sheraton-Park Hotel 
storage) ‘'D€. r heat. individual , ~! APT 3 OV. 3-0319. this $9780 go COMPLETELY REDECORATED 

or . and & give Son some -_"~ — AND OUT 


Large rooms. 
cal y pase per m,. - utilities in- jt gg ample closets, pare Sookera. fireproof construc-| ki : 870; adults: 
ool ; bus as Stop. Te pores fron’ oe, Seco gees! ALEX). VA. rick house un anes: 5 3 io §. Out N H. ave right 
on Ethan Allen. right on Red 


near Ss churches. i 
opping c center: wonderful Conv, ‘churches schools parking, utomatic washers and) . 
Buses sho » ctctitenes, $70 mo. 3460 Deter tenis ‘arvers in laundries. efficient main-| Colored, oF - Bigg HF ally pF Gaulpoes NA ; ; ‘ ; to 6802 Cal 8-1900. BAINUM 
tenance service, some with private | Sag telen. wim ol pri avis; heaton ; 
: | 7 BRICK APT., 4 UNIT 


pee: South on No. 1 hi shwas to JO 2-0135 entrances. 3 biks from shee! Rad abe r hom 
Monroe ave. in Alex.. turn right to “913 LOVELY MO Nt ter conv, to Ft. Belvoir. Nati. Aire WA h 
oo D Hot- WATER HEATER. 
318, NEAR BOLLING FIELD Sandel aiieae” Sones asking 


Commonwealth and left to ofes- ona WN pee j tL rt Pentagon. 580. 8-831 

A MANAG HER Ar Cece it tains living rm. din- ta 

vat lene Dominion Gardens i BR re Th "ot 4 bed A BER ing ares nest canal h and| Sply $18,950. Please call Mr. De- 
is WARWICK @ $3450. Ass loar 3-3603. JAMES L. DIXON & CO. 


This 4- 
brick ee kc 
shoppi 


Brigch 
a h o harpe 2 A | 3800 MILAN DR.., ALEX. ~- WA, .-. ec] t+ -2_Thomas Sey VILLAGE “2 Cont / Nock “art “old duplex ban Ba ee 4% 
luxe equip ; must tee ‘OFF SHIRLEY ore gas range and exhaust fan. 3-bedrm. homes, $115 mo. Individ- sign y Feb vs =e.. > 
p $220 with “yil ge 4h MANOR vainendeene tity Warinerais| 2-begrm. dineth rambler, on got-| And adereibbment Exch buitin me AMILY UNI 
cat HA 33008 “1 Bedrm, $73- ee eS Cais Pull aint-| Be exrcnent” tae Ariane Saeed Some phi : gatrairces Tull bescaet Reece 
| ide; conv. to everything. $65 ° for $150 > . _ is fear pA + -- - p work — houses; NW. are stores.! has. livi m. bedroom, ‘Taine 
: showing cacellent return.| area, bath. Ve Ye 


Wheeler Terrace, Inc. |2Bedrms., $88.75-$91.75| + nches bile. schoo ‘Wil <n | 
P : Z. $88.75-$91. : ee mo. Apply janitor, Apt. 11, 4400) Duds ; ‘ min. ED building. Will ave 8 5 Pee {0-year : 
1217 VALLEY AVE. S.E. ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED . enced playsrounds ones Hunt Dl, ne. as BROS. | down wn, Wash. by bus. Open 9 to 9 to 8] Ole aco. mor, particulars eall Mr H cae corn, wa 6-000. | Soe NE Call NA, 
1019 15th 8, ae NA. 8-0580 or sedien.: “se . co SIDNEY Z_MENSH & CO., IN 
nr. park and bus EDWARD F. FRY SALE, 0. C., HOUSES 64 | “Frederick ae rens Sales, te. 


1 Bedroom $70 and up CONY TO Ls 
2 Bedrooms $82 50 and up CHUR PE TRANSPORTATION CONVENIENT Bus Routes | LORED Mt. Vernon Ave. * Kennedy St. CE. GOSS le aT av Tate EAL ESTATE 
at yt eve. 2. L$ CHEVERLY, MD. NW. NA 8- 35000 


Schoo! | Desirable J Apt. Bldg. 2 out rss 
each fio a. OpRL 9:30 oto" sATURDA Only Two Miles Py. - > penta = : 1220 N St. N. W. Mein Colonial 2-6ea baths, Beat brick 2B 125 to #180 mo. = a = “BEAUTIFUL CHEVERLY DET AC ED eK 7 
OV 3-4305 or OV. 3-3337 Model Adariment | Open ‘TR Kit. Din. Bath Hernhoim. KI, 9-743), | ES = 7000 FOR SALE VETERANS D AC SHED OR! K 

| m., Wi ALEXANDRIA AREA . ) 10% DOWN PAYMENT 


Cone- 


NOTHING FINER 1400 28th Bt. 
R GARDENS GREENWAY : TRBCTIONS: © ; Qut ‘Giebe ay ~ wee ‘ 3-story VA APPROVED, 325.950) full bsmt. auto he 
t Falls Church odes See eg hy * | Building and Apts. in - 3 StIs.| HON, Paes, . Sear | Brick center hall colo-| Si. 3-36 VES.. TU. 2-5991. 
EXD AL 2 s*hebiat Honces ade st... lett “we on level corner lot COLORED— VACANT 
grin froutaaa wear’ coitus: | MAinn Ave & A Gt oe beovnite ESOns., | _ First-Class Condition Lots of Room| ‘shit Sr fgiai, bonnes: 2, Sipe piv (ssraiim| _REPOSSES: 
rk en ant rear entrances Minn. Ave. &A rs et ‘Suwa. SA. 4-1300 | convenient downtown location By F- floors with sepa , oma es SSED 
mplete 3 eolors LE FARE BUS CONDON seme ace “SE., 428—Cor-| Heat, hot water and modern- re- ; ape ving room with 
E tite i| ‘ines ted At rooms and bath: frigerator included. Immediate oc- 3105 Blueford r 8 can be obtained Sep B RG IN 
a eautifu y ra newly goorated: " near schools and| cupancy. . open for inspection daily Seaabier, Gantern tik t pote, va: , ~ 1 & pergnocer Soatres oe- A A 
unday 2 and 3-Bedrm walking distance schools an ON & "LUCHS CO.” - ow WL ally Move ip and. take over the 


DE LUXE ° ee and Sund'G. SMITHY 

1-BEDRM. APT. FROM 811 15th St. N.W. _8T._3-3300 ' Exclusive Agent NICKEL i < 
2 Bedrms.—$89 OXON “TERRACE, MD. ooLR eS FRFRONT home at We | 724 14th St. NW. NA. 68-2345 a “i lovely brick “home. Our cost of te- 
3 Bedrms.—$105 64 NE BEDROOM $66.25 and $72 BIG ROOMS 3-Bedrm. Homes (Smallest 12x! 2 bedrms. . $115. 80. GASOLINE STATION ~~ sass Call at once Eve, LA. 
2-BERM. APT. FROM ludes | uttlities ‘an arking. 2/ 1440 MERIDIAN PL. NW. | 11 fft.), Contain Lge. Bedrms. eT = Bilver Borin aban se Sn — cog C. Meer Be io 

PURNIS >, ‘ 

oors i i ca st. Figen . Be tine r. . 7 BS ; ree scently" renovateg or ran Aaa Baths (With Laun or ca ” Iv. v and din. ~y RN ng D ee “ MURRAY LEVINE A LEVINE = i 64 

Daily. bat. A 8:30 as. m. ° and intn.; ad). Dp f course. Bee S beatrad, & CO., rp $e iis m } : i Set & ‘sons. P operate own ste ' =| Well-built brick | with slate root: SEMI-DET. Bick 
FOS: Roos TOF rs. 5 927, weekdays: “Bat | Feomna, ki FULL BASEMENT + nity Bethesde. Will con. EAVER S. Bes ft nce é : nine room and , ne e- he pd ae 

- ' v -.* . ) c : - 4 2 e 

ROSEMARY rm., ining R -~KOONES & MONTGOMERY. INC, esi 7) or furn i a eae sid er te onsible party only. Gon. ; Ft  2-aGe chen: d floor has r: "dining. Fan. snighen. 
: ; ' ns + 2 be 2 uv. rm.. 7a 2 oy eer omt, ol H.-W. K. 


$72.50 $75. oS, it, . : . » kit. Bete. Sen. Suilt car garage: a very good value ail 
Apartments r rm. PARKHILL APTS. | 4.8 cous #8 A— od | Wonderful for ; kn "te lot. i AIE-CONDITIONED "store "S0x130| eres ok 3 i408, or OL. aah 1012 14th ED EHRLICH 


ey “POPLEX, apa | — cae lip es veo $51.50-$54 Immediate Occupancy) #t:d*"5 | BUSINESS PROPERTY YEAR LOAN lose Sha start 
LE i Rg : DOWNTOWN. 25- +4 shopping: 


Attractive apts. with 
CHEVY CHASE — Newly decorated ae er 6:30 DU vise 


1-, 2-, 3-BEDRM. APTS.| i biock of faves near itvatts AL PARK RD. NW. | guy . 8 ; z ; COND 
tion Today sate 8 «BA AM UES tue. ares] Children, Pets | dis., see Pies see) met etieee tiene Tereane| gecetee”  paate meat tiate| PeLORaD —woonRipaE, aE 


PORNIBHED APTS ay a schools ALL UtrLs. Seat ete, Mowe ead 

Make Your Selection Today S7ll 43rd ave. 4 Vick % $9650) mon ~ 

| prox. 1 De luxe 1 rm wal No 1 plehwes, Con- room, kitchen, den: rooms 

EC AVATL a 3 ae Reference mWEAVER 8  BROS., i INC. and bat up puteeses oe. Gleaming hardwood floors reush- 
500 u *. : 


047, or janitor, rear of S708 43rd bi . rs 
SWIMMING AND _ Esto MANAG _ 2-1 ee car _ a Lo vein ae. —PEN F ARDS To Porch, vel iot. § 
ut isch ot PW SF 3.3300 “ cepied. WM. J. DAVIS. INC. 800 : oe tO, sae I LINGSLEY REALTY CO. EM ' . goncrete porch. gas 
WADI NG POOLS ST i ORD SE." BEST LOCATION ~—| 4 EIT §- 3556, - 8 es PS Z| house colt 2-2326. Eves 56 —_—- ; ods stand ave vere. 
1 LA’ W ‘ m.. liv. | secant’. 
Sao Reng oeedl to Capital | £ z é CRESC ENT ran kitchenet tte pvt. bedrm ag ONAL 1 10-a f pri Mina. at 2 e a ping => Saree ist foo. finished _BINDLER REALTY CO'F HO. 2-1257 
ransi iiver mn Shopping Ie at: LIVI inci. utils 1, CO. 5- A or o recr. rm 4 
| AI “nee elid . A 8 bar dw i} 1 til 
IDEAL FOR CHILDREN . pa onan : HILL en Fe hw ene) EXCELLENT Son. aehbeite ott = G8 nado vend = Sel SEMIDETACHED BRICK 
-WEST __NA._8-0904. _ G oop 
PRING, iD. Meridian Park. new ; all ultra- 2 BEDRMS. From $84 30 COL es axe. ——, fm... kit.. small house ; dj with pone loading area. in” excel the finest close-in cc Close to od. 6 , 7 
=a oe oy ny. serv... auto Laspe, pour decorated apts. with | a bath - 2nd A : .| conditio 1 bik. from all comvy. for mod. livin ——— 
Aid J U. 6-117 ees, _ wee , wit. and rge : n for retail business LUSTINE stan brk. Colonial with t cen- 


rm , ea 
— bath $13 "i st st at ry E rms. , =] Sin ‘ REA | for Co., 412 Sth St. . DL.) ter hall. Library, powder —¥ lve 
ath 9- S474 Pom Rog T RACTIVE , mod. kitchen, vine tm." screened 

2 


POR PRED BROCHURE : : . 3 RMS. 
Chae lie Manor ans. Posh st se. Kite ia 6 ADL 22. Open. 2-bedroom, 1-level contemporary ; - 
1- AND 2-BEDROOM APTS PR, of) ee bi fas Me v| Se Gambier, 2¢-fe_ lying, roun| Weodertul sppertunitz! 2681 Cenn.| Baths. sun deck. finished 34 f. 
; | on 0 ‘si ot fe my wooded jot. Avail. June 1. $125. "| specialty shon Bear Ca BM d-401i REALTY BROK- Spyprams & 69, 


1303 N. PIERCE ST. ED) | eanrenignt ton cue 
ARLINGTON, VA. Bil ro st. “% at ‘he. : ‘ CTL 
y o ™ 2-bedrm., i-level. Avail. immed. UNG. realtor. exclusive. EM. 5 Air-conditioned co HO 

RNOLD IN : ~Goop $120. BEBE ETS rambier priced in the low 308. oni : 

rambler 


AB& LINES £.. Death: uv 
] BEDRM.-—$75 AND Ur SHES eee Air-Cond. De Luxe | Apts. | Cou ih bs esd a Mean 2 BEDRMS. $85-$98 MO. WAREHOUSE SPACE quality custom designed 
RATE FROM $81 PARK ELLISON COL, Near a = 3 BEDRMS., $120-$125 MO. PINE nent 50) within walking iat. 3 bene COLORED. BRIGHTWOOD 


1700 HARVARD ST. NW. duplex apt. liv rm. Age | —B. & O. 
1 kit bath, with .| bath. conv. to everything: 865. 2-level conten rary bedrooms. |: siding and y rmerly by| rms. 2 
UTILITIES INCLUDED Fo ay ath, with dress NA. 8-3524. SO 5 9] 00 recr. rm replace, wooded oC ‘ unele ub- Lovely brick “Some vie . New 
. 40| Baileys "Cres mien Fike to| Miss Mocstr Res Mgr. AD. 4-3636 COLORED—1208 N.. J. ave. nw. CALL ee jot. Avail. June 18. $158. diate possession, 2 8. m. to! stea —, . .. 3 baths. 2 kit. attic ree. 
D. C.| 7, continue 1 Mock D —* ELMAN CO. Ap Gs. 2 ims. at, gue bes: WEEKDAYS 9% TO 5 l-level contemporary. 2 bedrms. ‘after -5225_ | SHANNON & m. RA 6552 an ade 
| sho ft o: newly. decor: ‘heat an EVES., SO. 5- 7922 nd den, carport, wooded jot. ng con-| UCHS CO.. KE. 7-180 . sas BACHE & CO. DE, 1-6508 


; - ing - . ie 
ESTMENT furn, $02.99 pe Avail. June 20. $125. | ND 
mr 3. Davis. INC. INSPECTION Ar oO LURI eaten ee, Gat COLORED. Tine detached houses, 
. | Fesetee gor Dodge bed 5 yo Alabama ave. 4¢; 45th 
se 
M 


to_Hillw : 
H_G. SMITHY Co 6611 GLEN CARLYN DR. BECT RE HST? a 
¥ JE. 3-770 RENTAL IN S. E- | B00 CONVEN © priced. Call 6- rm. brici be appr 
; appt. phone 


gi1 15th ST N.W Poo NE.—Modern 
'COL.—4929 St ¢ Jt. ms 
2-BEDRM. APT., $81.50 CO f729 Feiss incl. 1 bedrm MONROE DEVELOPMENT. © CORP. G WEAVER BROS., INC. . | fase. ser. Be Bs oe RALTY 


UT | liv. rm.. dinette. fully equipped kit. N. Ri 
A A , | ond - ' ere antenna. senakws FIELD AR rth } rpet in liv. " rm RS N 

LIVE IN COMFORT ote nittin ‘byndieatee™”| Wh J, DAVIS. INC. 600 H st. Bw-| fice’ cond. bamt, olf h.-w.t ack porch: nice. ys ashe fe 7 e| NR, 14 ATHS 
man Bernstein Syndicates | W cond., bsmt. ao ei 6125. 6.3 hed N | brick town Douse. 1 3 KITS. hn, "BA HS - 

ONLY $750 DN. 


_ 7005" N. FAIRFAX DR. det. ; coo, lige. corner lot, . _ ° rehouse, let us build 
Very nice 1-bedrm. apt. avail. in COL.—LIKE NEW-—9e0 ir. . ol | rated. tones : . Ca r. tact for you, saguere: hte 100 0500 bed 2. nice Out-of-town owner says sell my 
new modern apt. bidg.; newly deco- rm . bedrm.. kit.. < Gnaite pad bem: oil h.-w.h. Wr, a mr. COLORED a rat te wil Buk, breskfas :| Step ail furniture ‘inciud 

stile, ME ee Lt 4-2038: eves. ais 7 ARLINGTON—2 dedrnt. semi-det. LOR 4 ; Wei 9 Rive. Casal reom. a sa f3 a. Se 
: N Pierce, JA 4-0799 =H. G. Ot 1865 Ind ° 4 ced back yd. Cony. to ? KITCHENS ‘ Er: L. Rey quick” te 
SMITHY CO. 8T._3-3300. _"__ 7% 
FREE EXCLUSIVE SWIMMING POOL |CONGRESSIONAL| "i. Siiaily © Cec | aie Sager ae a —- : aaa Taisen 
SERVI CE RH ISLAND “AVE. NW! nr. over , Ts 2 Thomas ple Sm BR TED. oar. 
. ALSO FURNISHED APTS, spogage?. a en tk cet AOUNCT, "3B ag at ae $350 DOWN 
i — ~* 
tooms, large closets, de luxe kitchen, garbage disposal, PERSONNEL . or? NW.. 1 rm., kiteh- brick with full full basement. it h.- ce Om ae . tt is ° Hoes. “se 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS monn P AUS REALTY 
OFFICE OPEN DAILY 9 TO 6. SAT. 9 TO 12. Lovely Lawn, Trees and Flowers os | = aon ms 2% baths. beau-| ms” 3° eitchena 2 1, Dosseesion. tovely SEAT Potepiat brick: 
3810 KING ST, ALEXANDRIA, Washington Con "colon cssemen Ag 3. condition,” wira heat es 
. VA. venient to ’ 
srrenee o.0000 shops, schools 4 churches, un-| CO 4 —#, rms. i >. Ge rom | (ONCE tac 
furnished medatacnet furnished, q moathiy outis ae ee pTRIES & SONS hs ~  * ene 6 rooms, tee bedrms. sa ea 
Sates. woh a jew, including Rock Creek ine. LU 
Dis tes iitiamabure manner, From Park. Hag ait e. ity. rm.| Arl,—Off Greenbrier St. ; , 
at . . rm., kit. -bedrm. semidet. house w ; 
pantry, . bath. man¥| fenced-in yatd and auto waching ges Bees : CITIES SERVICE 
GARDENS Swe. M O O R-EPFICIEN cr ' ' a ; 
ROCK CREEK GARDENS Mt. Vernon Ave. & Russell Rd. Charming site fr. with ofeat lec me N= we re. seresned paren: ; 4 . — - in, ita his ° de. ave. se —Corner ~~ Ay ‘% a , fin 
pry i . | [RAL . sire men o ished bsmt.. porch. oes heat, large 
Nnee Rock. deh, Fork Office flee Oven tantent | APARTMENTS WA 
opeervies to ali down- Complete ae 3 7 ES 
raneit "heme. kins meet tee te sway, BUENA ie APTS. 
arees; churches 
denominations nearby. 
2-BEDROOM APTS. eeeeeteeees 107.50 / : wie : ’ red. 3 . 66 a Service tein Gs om ; : 
RENTS INCLUDE ALL UTILITIES DON T BUY "any_timé; r _ 4-8355. a , ni. New . —* Pies iM one tae att 
iy natural al" splendor Bide-ha:l 
ce, 
Peraacer iihas ated 


3 Biocks from Arl. Courthouse -beonwg 
to home and come eg 4 
2 & 3-Bedrm. Duplex Apts. : COL TEST NS ae ave. nw.—New BURNER'S REALTY CO. ra : 
. j ; : . : 
-usmt_apt_Fmpi cpr _RA_3-0419 ya S-bedrm 6-RM. See RSE PRE 100 4 ‘in ine he Y TU ee 
: HOME VALUES ith every te-| i S300 aR ed tes ak aden 
top refrigerator, free storage facilities, wired for air con- Y AGON OR 35 5 living aor a ee 
MODEL APT. OPEN SAT. AND SUN., 12:30 TO 5 te ‘ St. cious apts.; 
Pinest quparten _ Casetopmens tm! Zit. TAGS : ‘B . ’ : . 2 
ash garase. : its. h.-w.-h. a on. 
th ki ' C5, "3 4086 tik 9 D. m. 
mplete! 2-bed- A | 
WE REGRET THAT WE ARE UNABLE TO ACCEPT souadl room. gupesure, apartments. Same cover ish serust an wi ‘ BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 55 | 
“ . FIRST o Bom .. modern sem'!« 
BEAUTIFUL PRESIDENTIAL | iia" riti"tc Smtr ies 100 “ber me. | Ne ee ————-|  OlL COMPANY 
In Montgomery County, Md., on the District Line Call TE 6.4400 tor r directions “EDMUND J. FLYNN CO. beat -:¥ Work. J ot a 
, ; 4 , ; s t ‘ ad 
TRANSPORTATION SHOPPING F white) 
he" ; “Tenant Pinder” Mandel, 
fast local bus service. from major wor apts. A 
1-BEDROOM APTS. eee ee ee eee $87.50 
opengl tr Air yt pode APTS. —Save your money—| 2, com apt. $2 ._ $0243 < 20. on rr 1 : | Vi | aL Saas, PACING 
play. St vice: choy m a org Es a yon ROCK CREEK 
RR: A Venere a 
“a aed 


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radi Migceni 


tad “Ave. low 45830 or 86 hr AD a-O2as. 780 : DY: JE 4.3900 ah 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD” 
tay Wednesday, May 23, 1956 43 
SALE 67VA. 


Bellevue Forest 


room. fenced 
' I. $1 ” 
 F BLANCHARD 


Sabet RererON REALTY 


lite & Bewtoe St, SW. Lovely on well : " F age 
ay f, baths. Tull ben fall emt of ‘ -_Bres.. TA. : ~ - _ nar bis i joan. wi al} 5 12 Wilson Bivd. JA. 7-9300 "til 9. 


SEMIDETACHED BRICK jeme 7 | Boot wut. ° 
Mie at exe 3-3120 $85 Mo., reso Dn. . MENBit'& CO.. INC,  ORAMAM 3 ares tntiee  t| arex—seasoa Manet Fair group of cust 2 em buyin) Tessier % ms Oe ae , 
' ‘ é a e ish a, ce. ant a }-. # vel 


COLORED eas eet ace MONTGOMERY : idet. ork. Conv. sachs. swim . 
Attention Vets pS with place. mes ' ome: trees,| Call us Wr Nor ~ , ‘ Assume i" * ag A lay at JA. 7-9090 


brick + ge 


3 BEORMS.—$1 1,950 with rec. pictu ‘ ho : ef; and enclosed > vs Fg mt. % ee $309 r ake "on REAL ESTATE SERVICE. INC. 
Semidet, Brick RR aay, ieee ET ie en fever ALEXANDRIA — | Ett. QUICK SALE 
to inspect this - Sanee’ Pw tla pad a Oo yar j. hagen and son, UN. | 


5 down and $72 
‘d ; Located o oa hee ft most at- con venti 


950 e urge you 

fi home. By apptey CROSS & GI. PHA or 

al INC. OL. 2-0098 streets wee this excellent 3-bath rambler with 
3 large rms., ful \.. sep 


5420 | PARRY. SRP ERIP EE. | Delightfully Different “* tractive © treecshaded. © siren 

RECREATION oe Bethesda Estate Area $29,000 AIR COND. custom bul 5 modern, 3-re.| BRICK BUNGALOW | font Sedimy. 2ituttinss | "ASOD wiih. Wa code Bane Ged:| Gi sc, geeppitonal ogele an 
AD, A-8068 oe ot 3 - year-old, modern , MOD. 1951. OWNER-BUILT and shopping ing. 2 full baths. 2 fire- Only $500 down conventional. 3| ‘$f, 100%122. Attractive terms. ige. bedrms.. liv. rm.. firepl. sep.| of the week. § $386 tor qlee onl, 

FRED A. “SMITH CO. a, $77 IN THE 50°S BRICK RAMBLER = a aks Sees 3 level re¢e-| bedrms.. full basement: 3 bike. of G 950 M G Cc doors,” windows, “null ‘ay fom Miller eal Estate 
iss mA ae ie ie ee | ee Seen 3S teen Ait sleet ree ghar ms, 7iaet ine Genter se - Secsive Aguas. 3h, O-1800 (20 min. Pent ge, s-tee7 | -2A-—7-1203 ___JA._6-2644. 
DETACH BRICK ae any oy) wh .VAN: at in — Ry — ae Seasaom’ on — South—_priced gel. . "Suburban Realty Co. DDE, AOS RS rie. room Cap e 
ER NW. rarer TIGAN yes ‘fan n » lau GRAH en | FFER a fF ige. expandible 2d | ¢| WHITE BEAUTY = 

a 2 bedrms ate with Be A . pe F. lower floor: Gas heat|2U.. 5-6010 Huge hade Trees wooded ares FS2 geen Ris.o80 4-bedroom. 2-bath. 
rec rn ADES iu 2? apd S-bedrm.. detached ree recreati ana 3-ton GE ning OPEN | DAILY — 2504 Taylor st. wood. 3-| Shelter this 4-bedroom Colonia! 0820 Orland + a customebuilt dream- 
athe SN pm |B ae Boe ee seem Pas tt er iae| enact Saf berated, cee] MA MUN Bigs te ata 
-—~ omes with rec . storm win- - mn. rm. of ion. Lovely firep "4 

dows, fenced yards. wna wen . dining alcove. Closets ga BY OWNER rage: nr. schools he bloom; 1 bik. from congit 

$125 “BN —$ $89 50 MoO. ment iike rent. Bereman Realty Co . hock Creek POTOMAC HUNT COUNTRY SRoRoue REALTY CO 5 eR rice ommon ealtn tion yl sigue EVER SEEN - f pe room. adjoining 14x 
B M a | lers HdiEDEATE DOWN LON ~$41.00 Hawaiian Torches e luxe kitchen mt ree a 


bee S10 
Va agp aren lg 00 DOWN ealty Then ste this really different; {3% sift Tap ed bong one 
‘G af ba iniaed level. 12 


¢ . d f 
7 Crittenden Letware = Sk eee > liv, Fm. din. sag Cod, with home with a CLEAR RUNNIN 
82 ci tte St. N E. ly mg center and bus stop. “% mile! bedrms.. 2 baths ty ——— ._ attic. tile bath, KI. 8-3106 2007 Mt. Vernon Ave. STREAM A sieture window a. oe nn lave ALS 
DI DI. 7-9686 home 6 rooms, 3 bed- arket. 1 enir, ¥ epett lo & this 
ern kit a. batt with = bedrooms 7 ne 90. tor im- 5 Aue! real VIN nt co. Arfinet ot an 10 
<=, ; oT sus pitameed carece, Pot ‘PRINGFIELD—4-yr -old. cel. : Fooms. incl settlement. balance lik 
1301 EMERSON ST. NW. pBEt a bir 4 call MRS. dey on. drms.| ¢ ie, Dit, , Rite th ——. oe "settlement ee me sale at only 834.950. 
iv to Potom >; oot BEsitY Co. “i_#-16t Ss. g. geracnis Co. —_ 
tr.; t { Uptown office, Realtors. EM. 2-6715 ud OL. od 
ap hee i le $495 C DOWN—A MOVE IN | —sURNT MILLE D. 6-2800 “tS D. mn. 7 ath. gah : FALLS CHURCH 
Good terms. RA, 6-1142, nage NOLLS , - @. ARLINGTON WN. — G.1 roved. p 
mat “ JONES CO., INC. yy ville, split oe tr tl home pI in the. nicest ai rege ig ideal’ for “chil ce 


Atha LANG R eek Ps) F Pirst time on market. practicaliy!) ; ed in acula rom District line Lo to Cali- Kitchen-aic ‘built om Keystone|: jee. kit.. full Dsmt. with ground-| ‘ALEXANDRIA—3-be Fm. brick | | mae eo . firep ; enhance the eouty of h 
se eonerete drice Nice}. a. iene rg ai or “as c. rm. $28,-| Ww A] _— air-conditioner vard. $750 $13, BoB neo enancaned | Priced for finmediate 
ca 
Em Seal rain’ tatii| “Aiter “Sea. he ue ‘Do. 1 7-108 alker & Dunlop, Inc. screened porch: level | at to property. F nd rd er entra. ty et MERE ol Ne JE. 2-3314 Office Open 9 to 9 
ras : 4 % down. rhe! r rR BROADMONT 
ni 3 


ta 
PARK—O a. . 
COLORED— WOODRIDGE Newly lee rma. 30 NEW RAMBLERS tect dream : ‘bemt.: oil wate an 1 eS of Arlin Gose expand. attic tor 2 additional bea. 
; everyini re "itv ving rm with rms hools, sh Close by. The 

fireplace.” ™ Separate te din ow low pr ¥ $12.800 


Lovely 4 bedroom Bunga- | Buipues. me. —- neat 2 desirable area erlogtion majestic eariee ; vacant: Y 
low, knot ine club rm. pen nr Be : only 3 a img kes thi } f 
ig, Sone p Pa ard VA. | MOUSES WANTED, to BUY 65 - wi Sriane thor. aa ‘ee A-i ~+ wy mace. ms. os a” a siraaalbeeet apredrmammaa 
CANT. "$995. DOWN! ASH Any section Immediate Tinbe, ots ; : iz | steep te rs fevel Jog OMY, ? : SEE IT Now! 
5 ‘ or 7.8000. A . No comm char -| Bagging. Call o , ' VER SPRING >. bath ae wit a ww & co Extra-fing wari 
wner, » #ny- : : = i - ° a ‘od; bemt.; ou tw. oon kit. js he ‘4 , bedrms.. 
time. tor ; ate : : washer. Act quickly’ | : touch fin- 
, B BROS aoe == 5-7611 REA “LO. 5-875. “til 9 Dp ) : 
. ‘ ; , a ALT 5 . 3 ies Early American jot. This e has Boy going for’ ; = me, Ostered oS oa 


it includine’ $17.3! ist trust! now 
ce OF GRED— i510 Gueens $26,- | far like this won't last 
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is the decor in this STATE-| which you may assume. Onis 


brick colonial. 4 new . Basement with| prege’e, this ¢ <ee 4a iull-| Ly N situated | Ban 
iful streets: piano - “am, | ping; fu beth pnd tec. s y Ge. te: Ve | fa eautpped | J-W nA . -*. 8-1878 | 
_ 5 Fue paya jot. onis fied fe Ad ‘ee-| daslisht. bs tL pir, Morth Kitchen. fully finished be p | Shannon & Luchs Co. 
fase. miss this sar. 380. sold. ae Pel taxes. Must) SINGER & nae FA. : ma 12 i outside ents | ie Wilson Bivd. JA. 5-6800 
- _ oer : - ens ALLIED eee. COUNTRY ECTA Hh 2-$291. ‘- FIREPLACE: side screened porch | 
COLORED_$250 DOWN ALL - : 1980 rE H Lewis. | and 3 double-siegd Dedrms. Ol 
B16 E St. SE DI. 7-2246.| Snd “settlement. "ME S-O1de ar) cltgle. Priced below its value-—5- iGe—Compietey| , PAIN? BRANCH FARMS _ | SHOLUSION. yer close-in Ardmore) Approved. for, $21,450, Owner wil 
COLORED $195 DOWN) 10. 47942. pedroom Colonial brick with 3°2/ redec. 2-bedrm. bungalow. looking for @ home with| cicd S.pedrm dwelling, many out- -- ~ i... . 
i ae study ang powder! down. $85 mo. yocans. dgove ri piact ‘surroundings? Let us show bidgs.: smait swinvening ree An hi e hwy. 6 Speck | fot -bedrm, brick rambler 
brick fee 9m nice ne h- -enclosed on break - Eves. HE. i you thts picturesque Colonial. situ- unusual property at . gerac is co. eaut. 
ot hoo c ses fas . Sarage an beautiful \ BERT N Siem, st 126 Stuart drive. Phon 
rhood, call * 2. ‘ 2 L ated on approximately i‘ acres.| ‘ti).9 WA. 77-3900. ‘a: é 
DANIEL DIENER & co. oats etches CO Ee | nestled in @ grove of trees. Sia tops 2 9 to 9 | RNER & CO. -2093. ‘JOHN CuaPMAN ds 
’ 1424 * Unje st. xine “ja 


ei sie y MONE Va ACANT | gull “service Baucom ay colteae Fino th 2. p.m scious Colonial 3 ree. itv oom. om. ARRY A. Saaw L . INC 5-2800. mete: wae oy eee CC 
se—G00 ; ; i ‘ —. e sc . LEA LTORS P. 7-111) ' 
NO M MON Y DOWN N BA: 3- 2003. . ; recpt. i, 27-8 = 7 need tee ulate cond. rec. room and ja 9; SERS R—Si2 750! caries Club |- TUTTLE FEE FEET AH, YES! 


UPPER NORTHWEST CASH AT ON : NO str with breakiast’ ropa, powder: tee| DORA tess also” bulidine. suitable fo r 
Newly dec. eae brick: 6 rm J laree bedrmé 2 baths up. fin- | wybewee ss ) Festa and horses and email Gog Sou nd Munbellevabie? © Wen ait? cate Berra en tate ind. Guile enn to. 08 “Here's a Honey” 
‘ au 


Spot Cash for Your Home 3d tt basement. built- -bed . ne! Accessible schools and| fue! 3 , 
. 3 rm. brick and frome. Eneusn- 2 Priced ed $37,500 kit.. tile eth, ~ "i — tee! beam tiful ish recreation | Cab schoo aroun On acre ef weedlané sritace 


: ‘ us transportati ' 
yoe bemt.. full x: fenced E. F. BLANC HARD construction ith bullt-in bunks one TV) —o > y Here Fy a long. lew. snow white. 


— . 
ERVIN nett TY to. Goes ons pants but ie ote brick heer: a S| bay windowed rancher of unusual 
rm : 


e top d 2 5620. Cc Sed 
> all $2200 
section oft the city, Quick action, New nd Co- 3. 3 JOHN te LO. x0 ROE: » WA. 5. WA +12 as "use and 3 tail ti rm Say windeved rancher Of usteual 
th girapince at the seatures! 


don 6, "RS: | Ac. GO So4086 Eres. Ot ca0le 4— W —rBETIRED i 
Call “til ° pm. re" ; 3 Ss 2 baths. 2) D R ‘- | E gracious pe room an a fireplace. : oo 
SPOT CASH | New Colonial hom BR | S&S hemes on lovely, bdr ; 4: bt pe : ished base ~ & gorgeous 
‘ 4 h cleus te Be r 


room. es: 6 an 
oo NIEL DIENER & CO. Homes Notes. Ac a, fame 1 s. 2 dat up. + pre otis Ist j brick and Tam ? e 
Treace, Va. Md. ner . floor ice size two-bedroom showplace:| brick. 1 ha ric 
COL. —UPPER BRIGHTWOOD. Nw.| DC. Culmore Realty, JE. 4-6650. ON & LU co. r. attached cnnet ‘9g Sere reened fA nice oe lee im desirable ares} besutifal American cabinets in Bit.:| se A m tas sed for! D: "920.980—TERMS 1 1 sep parate din Bing room: 
aths. Semi- Det Brick Mi ER: EAN hm til 7 Bp. m. 5 | year fi- th lovely rock parden ond bese tile bath, 3 rooms. orice tor a mae ° ao area Ss. : Ea rae co. with, Gnevse space ne ine whole 
$750 TO $1000 DN oc.; have su sh. Mrs. —_— - Wood Acre Constr. Corp. one floor; newly decotated. . Lot 60x200 deep: roo | Of 824.75 i a, os) JE. 2- “4p tfice _9 to 9 screened porch: de deltert fut * “fine 
: Cox.. tion. mmacuiate. clean and immaculate: only four treet-car. churches. shopping sch. Nheee eats rea | rm ull ba 
m. years old: in s wonderful conven- Sete acuy. Price $15.800 and $14.- Arthur | _ Walters, Inc. ent: wal ee 
. finance can be 504 N. Randolph st Glebe. 


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hance of a lifetime! W . 
nave y sade ey J 8 sell —— _ rnitets| garage makes this all-brick "Est lent location for only 
his moder ear-old brick hom , ; a - . e ; 
his modern 8-vear- ¢| Bigbe for ‘| Toom on 3rd Door: preezewar gnd| pier .e. much-soushi-atter Home Below GI Appraisal | arranged. 48th “anc horoe JA, 7-1 ane ASSUME GI. 4%, LOAN ai the hurry-up price of $27,950. 
.-81i1 Ti fenced yard with hun-| The owner has agreed to sell this ers, WA. 7- ] i aaa *s bedroom, ‘agbertor-shinsle e| Ae, 
Gaal, RY reece, _veennt. 596.008 larse three-bedroom brick Colonia! MOV! “BED RAV ; kitchen. laree | “Art ur L. Walters, Inc. 
> . & or only 
, below the appraisal. Really an ex- Cute Loc A . a 3 . eguntey hiyne| eestor ‘went “4 Glebe 
PEN TODAY cellent buy for a family requiring! wr. Core is, $9750 Bo Trees 64m tall tree SB as ie A. 7 on 
a = dining — pre Pilate _ ae 2A a} full'd . din. rm be tee surrounding this home. | “P-bedrm,. 3 A. seranium prices, 
: ° rm 
it fenced lot: speenas: and situated ‘ 5-506, cox ‘CO., INC. JO oc wide dead-en det ~ om LERNER & CO. i gaviient be bemt. vite ya 
patio on d barbec rec cmt. stove frig " ante oor =s 1 - and transportation - 37 sande for children. : c baseboard heat- 
— Cal SHANNON & LUCHS CO.:| = , b om his' HOME ie peering | éompletion. VACANT oe i hy Uhie St. Courthouse Sa. on Brand new $17.550. $3500 
ional and |? ,COZY country bomes : A SA T | $16,250. JAMES ¢ C. CONLEY & CO. | Opi one ie dgen peyment. ja. 5-2806, 9 “ul 9 cash will handle. phone oda 
» name vacant,| 4)! modern. Fruit trees arden. Owner les for California. Dir. : or conventi fonal pe Miller "Rea "Estate JE. 3-2093 A, JOH CHAPMAN 
our gece ner! / 06 each. _ ;| 46 ft. wide not counling screened t ber this before 2 “bu . Call JO nh A Ja. 11203 JA. 8.2444 & 6BON 
are Oe Sei ioe ABC ‘new site, on ‘paved toad. n Bet nice and ‘iow to fhe! borg’ xd. = : Ld ‘GI te buy this | Al FALLS on non AR 
° —$ nd. constructed of used JR R . JU. §-3595 is all it takes GI buy ARL.. Dominion  Hilis—3-4 
operas. BRiCE Schoo} “bus and trans, to D. c. OL. he weur favedite im =. ACCOKEEK, MD. 2-bedroom expandible ‘Cape Cod:|'1'.-bath Pali “bum ‘Co $900 DO | $] 6 950 
Besutifur "inom semidet. 5-year-old. a’ magazine. It a ot an entrance Prenes reecerate ns| refrie. and stove incl. Minimum in € ’ 
Fee. tm: fen : D3 MS. Mkt., an old est upkeep. Price $11,500. subject ap- icinley ott prick, 2-bedrm mht with 
ooms. ind u right, into the living . growder Nr. Indian C.C. Det. brk. Sev.| fithed’ business for rent with aii| praise. | : oa 
cou! idn’t ask for more. so call now! |< —? re | ate aa -y rm... rm.. ve — samy on! equip : A | gos br FRANCONIA, VA, 
MRS. COX. LU. 2-8136 or ST. 3- —geeey. eh BP - Da and. ADERHOLT REALTY CO. paneanlll ; furniture. 
inet, ATLAS REALLY 08. ieee rm. with we thet| FES Te ea CO . $14,500 ..| Seepient. neighborhood” teatures| Te 6.14000 SS te 4 BEDRMS., SUNROOM 
‘ 
. . s . ‘ " . utiful home of form stone con- with fireplace, NC. 
4 BEDRMS 495 DN. er. nA 2-814). rubs. There 3839 9 Hil 3 N N Sautien patie in 1948 for present; dining room, OF kitchen with eye- AL ‘BAKER & SOR N Is your GI expiring? If - 
Gemi-det. brick. 4 bedrms, fire. ” fie Count ae i a pe $8,950 owner. Spacious ES, m.. ares 1. Be osing maths, Aereemed | 508 N. Washington St. Alex. Ve ee Tk Tis aed 
bath. ful bamt. Lovely yard. Low! tie . conjuns harming rec. room are onesies eres 7 4 Pt?! 2-car C.B. | : fu with rec. rm living. A liv. rm. with fireplace, 
price. easy terms CO. 5-4056 4 bed > i ber 7 4 or . t $30. 1h 3 . A wes ag re wy. men a il, din. mm., plus a 2-car garage. 
mas A kitchen roam f = r 2 Ae a Excell on he = es loan. THOMAS ’ ‘ e A A \%-acre level lot; walk te 
TOR ACAN "to 83 a NL -| Sere corner. wit | venetian a Mat ATE CORP... 2533 Wilson bivd. Mropdertul arte for cilgreny welk schools. Terms. 
4618 STH ST. REALTOR. +7800. ring 206 Tes: Sout. Very close in. G & © inspect ca Jat even SE 2c dist. to sch . 
gt BETHESDA- : MOORE & MOORE, "REALTORS| LOVELY LANHAM HILLS jo schools: extend 
Row brick. 8 rooms, 2? kitchens, 2 A—Spie ram _ if ul kit ige., 
paths. garage. 5168 hall, gas H.-W dining ~ twin-sized rms. Ra cated : sens and —water heat: oA = Only because of transfer do big . . equipped M.. 1ge., , 
ear every se : 2 full baths. separate ance ae 0. ERT C VEN 
kit.. full t . room, hs. room th be : : : shaded ot. . at §°-*0 500 
. f y wmneew lovely Pin +r i? b -s ; T AL 
HRLICH ide ent. to shaded { ar 1 brea Ps he cif corner tot aa a .| porch, large fully pped Gojonial with 3 bedrms. and BO" 5-300" even ‘and weekende SPRINGFIELD. VA. 
Ae 777598 _| Nav, Hosp, Only 814.760. Why G. aes Sig ROR. -tever — — SSIGHTS—VA oe ee rmins| New 56-Ft. Brick Rambler 
$125" DN. $89. 50 MO. Cok & CO. INC OL 2-1613. | CHEVY CHASE—CLOSE IN | vine room, e-l. 3 bedrooms 0" he - oe ; brick: 3%-bedroom home, with 16- 
eas | | combinat and screens. . ft Aeereem spe bath on ist Of.) ves it has @ full bemt., lv. rm 
SE quiet street “clove Yo So SOMERSET — 700 dn. U today. ro et a 5 WOODED ony's*nun-| With fireplace, 3 bedrms., tiled 
Attractive, modern, semidet, arte. ost mater. 3 bedroo LARGE SPLIT-LEVEL 2 . | & al T. D one Eas RE $ ] 700 So to the ow alg io Pminutes ta bath, deluxe kit.. plus @ ca ' 
hest. Excel. cond. Immediate pos- porch. root.” room Bee tent tic-| Very well constructed brick ram- 6- Ee wis : , MT. RAINIER ._ ASSUME rl 4% immediate occupancy. Walk te 
. SOR8 iO $21.750 this ’ uisites for DO i) 000 Only $1 ‘ 8 dec . . school and shopping. 
RA 3-3120 DI.7 9686 SM A — GREEN MEADOWS—$1 1, erating. Here Buy this GI for 8750 down : 
. oe This jovely 3-bedroom Colonial is; the most for your money. Ex nd $90 mo. including piti. WAR R 
—— ool. Cen Vala LEADER close to ail schools. bus and shop-| cetent s-bedrm bunealow with Ss Se. Bees & . 
7 ROOMS—2 BATHS : ° : D lot is level. with trees expandible attic. enclosed pen. Ch ng well-kept detached b 1043 N. Glebe Rd. 
COLORED——VETERANS excelien reened porch, h mod completely feneed, GE finane-| be d oil b.-wb. Cape Cod_in this highly v desirable JA. 17-4140 Arlington Va, 
or ee most} xi ; ; . Fec.| 2-story 4-vear-old ing available. .G AM co.. $10.950. Owner wilt Walker &, Dunlop 3 BEDRMS., 2 
UPPER BRIGHTWOOD in the price bath. $05.8 tu bed - listen te sonaenahie efter. full” center hall. large Yiving rm 
s ? den.| Tf ce 4341. t} room mt ct, Cape es ee INC. h Gr place: also large por or | 
| ae a 2 ; Cod bungajow bsmt 959 N. Monroe JA. $-2400 = ft recreation rm car | 2 TWO UNIT 
bar in teat kit. Jaundry room enced| stelrway a expandibie a he WEST HYATTSVILLE ly $26,950, with excellent | 
with “Bendix; ise.” close ur 4 patio. ut If you don’t think this 6-room AO BM Lae 6 % Weick RB 
80x 138. . Un ¥ hite) tence to sc a Wie brick colonial with full bsmt. is ‘Ami Ideal? direct W. WRIGHT mneign Hy sal 
tapest ry “brick _ home | SUBURBAN. EM. 23-9400) F set -3 -| ten. VA my ote 650. Aves 3: = a barsain at $13,950, make an from owner, da : 0. A Bae “ae 
| caly § $11.7 750, Qn with aD oral ~y tJ. Wesley uchanan, Inc.| * aier. =. a frame, asbes.| Offer and steal it as owner must ess t; 5 rms..| a. ready te “Hitchen { unite 
thas Colonial Ug porch. 2 pie = 0 ing a.” poomy Pitan ; ie -34 attic ‘storace Near hens. eh or FHA financing & be for dec rating. = Seat y\ construc 
s. full basement, 1.500. oid. Cal) , doubles 6-4172- eaane 
6-9823. ARLING IC On "R 


nd garage. ix 6 r together ful ” r is | 2 
EX. 3-2480 pees. = : newly THE PERRY BOSWELL CO. y aeplen, sharenes. ie 
Aa decorated: oan Seem win- Cape Cod: “owner sil liv. rm. din.| WA. 17-4500 agents: $ oe $8500 ist. trust | aaa AN—Lane, nattoer ~ ates 212 Wilson Bivd.__ 


ERtD & SMITH CO. on heat. 3 . Wr. NIE $ ron . ame for ente Worth seeing at 
| ee wav. keep. Te. Testy ssa | wide. y pignted, te 5 ey 7 . . can und | 5 Sd: , ™*| NEAR D.C. LINE, $10, 250, Gi | ARLINGTON-PALLS $34,900. MeLBAN tb, BL. 
COLORED—PORT DUPONT PARE | BETHESI IN  JOMN—ss05| ter entrance. rm with fire- | @gnge LF i Kery | MeLEANC attr oS .. michidlne 3-Bedrm. Brick Rambler 
ke -_tése} for en, porch. Pu :| Oi. bg hg ey ia level lot: 3 bedrms.. '| Qholee , Nottingn: hool areas 
13x20 or family rmee| men t bedrms. garage. is “kit o derms, wh knotty’ pine ret.” rm.: hot! ASSUME FOLLOWING an Rea ty EL 
; . . taxa. fi ° SCHWAB, EM 2- nit dee 2-car “ites | ia! ge ERVIN TY CO.. WA. H AY, O% Lo BAL 72: = 
72 PER MO. Sa “lei-weer’ Eves. OL. 2-1409 of OL. 4-7693 seams oe 2, coe prcteesionsy” pie Any ee : uge */2 7 Loans . cedar, fenced Gl; rH 
. lot 1 f , | CLE BEIGHTS—2-y1.-0ld you must. see! er ~% ™, ee to’ sell 3 APTS.—$ 13,250—Gi YNN si Teac terms considered, 


00x170, fenced. Trees, | GLEN ECHO mth ser 
to qualified GI for this mode my OL 2- | cat: wooded lot Ui = fal (2) § >| Fan. ibe cer Go RA. Sahil: eves, | Aout a, ots, aree 6-RM. BRK. RAMBLER | %,,7°02, 958 new MILKEY REALTY CO. 
: $1400 Down—$16.000 Loan ms and 


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full bemt.. pine’ an. rec and iy; ae ‘s ® Cod oe Ms 5 ‘ TRI rm. bene ty ot Church ares, | DA*hs © he nai = | pa i vi 
e. porch, spacious f fenced yard. ae ay Jdath brie ne ad  elr-eend _ - ; mete ty large ——— Anchor Wes “ am - rent ‘beater when an ion. and 
epere . with Fie 4 gl ae available ly perth. Gaul for appointment—you |!) - 


toda « 
porch. GI aaoraved at at si . ° ~ de luxe kit ‘. ¥ rm. 


as “C HILLEY’ & CO. of town owner consider ; raglan o ae 
ft OP ay offer omects. show recreation SHOUT sas i pur : ; Dp. kit.: ip * nel WARLINGTON REALTY House 


zB > -3540| KORZENDOR OL. 4-8111 till 
RED— BROOK a 100M. : ; : VETER 

"$e DOWN—BRIC K | 2-bath brick ramble % TRIPTERS IN 5 rcs rca , ay emily’ 1 chil? 54%. Sat r, cgvervening. ARLINGTON, Lee Hei “With Double-Duty Features” 
moders: — So. m.. roo parate dining Troom. . io. ) sR , tos Cape ; expandad , ook eet a: nial Liv. F =a mee & baths” Pte “be peowt) ully 24a 
t)-yr -old solid. brick home Ned | modern kitchen, Wi Bs id A PRET! }: -B-4,-% edu porgh.| restion. ¢ med 6-RM. BRK, COLONIAL Near schools. ste 2] fetal be 24 La 
rms.: full. 4 se pa : | WALE . : | fe hesen and a .| $1500 Down—-$16, 500 Loan , , : yy: ste fu yok ocrat cel 
e ' WOO Another ad porek blue pt pint ies To » Gi ft ruxe tpped ait cf 
wh; concrete fron ok : = LO. 7- 7714 HA. 700. 
letely and iavish corated. com teehee . é' ' ‘ eenee. 138.500. 5. 300 an § » 2 bed : ~¥ he led Y prtok a fon tiene 
eet er § "i a pupae | Seem: ZipAshe and farep screened) HUGO f BARAIBOR. Dic — | attic: gprase ime pocksnee Va-ACRE ESTATE 

‘er: ghove-grouna 7 ; ' transf 


ome i ou may “move 


i 5 280K , : ; ~ CHAS Owner 
sitDLER REALTY CO. HO. 2-1257 Lin . , | oon ves Mei. aa peagen 
7 “B. WRIGHT ; ‘ ‘ "Pain. rm. modern equip. kit.| fayings. plus mn equity o nestled among tall trees. Finest of 
, rec. Tm ately aterials and workmanship. 30-ft. ie ur gb 


. cond. ~. bora 
TIME 1 * ee. L-12: ; _~ ’ lee. ASD. i ede hint - DOss, a. spending iv. rm, with mahogany lace. 
egqnter. i fise iP THE. , : and stone ram the L seme period CA time Avoid neled wall, 3 twin-sised bedrms.. 504 NN. ang t Glede 
cool siaded | fal eo - | Besser ear Tits | penta wend as se) LRP aeeaee ies | a a AT coe deg Noo = 


e owner must and 50 2 : ’ 
St Pr concrete rch, |g BEART Se Batt nen — — ‘| 6-Rm., 2-Bath Rambler | } a aes Shildren BUY Lay aes 
arage. oj] h.-w. heat. “e: nar : = n . | laree ae SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. al play othe Aoomme R 4-4 loan, pe mes 
din : . . . TES pandable : Wee “det. earege; ‘e-acre lot: and | thouranee - 
= s| Siar Me ‘tee oe VIRGINIA ETZLER—JA. 5-7575 | sa! Pair. 
te Bee Bt ne | . sLO0: Bl °R°:| her" seared ia, fervor An 
ning, be ‘apet. ate | t-story ry low. need fer brick semi.” No brokers. ct e kit.; ¢ | | eres Hatin ae 
) tn din ; : : - rm. rams with full AN- 
1937 ashe 0. ve. | oe oom 3 meat f ted ei sepatate She oo iis] ormn is ie se Np Mg BE eR A RSIS lle 
5 gown! ice wre Sev eeed valen at Senne. super rm.. a b.w.b. % ‘ ‘ .| Distinctive, prize-winning’ ee ae tips CO. ibler wot. $23 500, ‘borhood. Path 
h; 2-story modern "prick: laree ce - : teens. unity. : of — pool. REAL d a ge and picture 1 window, u 
ull basemen : rts, ete. 1 level, 3 bed TORS. PER OvEns to choose ne in| 4 th window, 
aye Ms SEE shire ave. fan om, 817.580 to a Ge luxe’ kitchen sl ts space. 
Dt, ; st 8s : Tooms UD. Ree Vick: - ues ae 26 room mn with a cluaine Se srt Bone O58 ry: VATE PrP ATH, AND THO. 
Focus weveeneens c0._ |S cermesba |pochtichieen te. aan ta s- a ean, the 20's 2 Glen n_ Carlyn : Tre | Frome and hes 8 path. ‘Bal 
COLORED rm. ramble: | St leree prener 5. Out a | & sce be co ne. fai bame hee Out te nue nd 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT i ‘& FOG} * Oo. : .: *"HURIAUX REAL ESTATE as doen i do-it , ett” a 2 Sete rm . arker, mith T Gannell 
eee) cee Cours 6S. t-| SotiaNe east) tine [5 |1—Brick Rambler 241-8161. 
Miller Real Estate bin ay, whol 
sestaskaniae 4——Spacious Liv. Rm., 


2 tor| erty i ae many ili . 
appt. : oe ic : ' ~: 2 rm. 
Beers eee a meta SC ee ie She | VORP aeons 
r ory 7 ~ ; “ : rh, " : i hicken farm; : : rate Vin. ° 
iene ity “pavments| SEYMERDE,“Sy, opener, Our, pome.| ful E devel = +] flove-in® Gi Beards “| PRICE, $14, 950 |6—Bsmt.-Recr. Rm. "Richardson & Hall, Inc. 
UPPER BRIGHTWOOD | segupsrieed, f pedtme, aod fais SM wehnSie in Sue oe > St] only $8300" w-. ociEs d Flin delzeom. %4-|7—$ 18,950, Gl, $950 dn. 
PRaRE wefan whe] ee Be hh a  ccenalleentticastied salios” ngie"ad Caran ats Powel ut SAS Na LUXURY, RAMBLER 


LINCOLN PARK 
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THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERALD $A sveyee newts Pv ARM AND GARDEN __S3/ TRUCKS SAAS == | 2 ee IRD Sr 


TAGE Susven. oust oA SALE SURUE, HOUSES STV ig BM Denee TE Ua] Bere bet “LEE vga sn badging ch gen 3 a Mime, REPOSSESSED. 
oun as vee, 23%, S Cie Fe $299.50,1 He 


AoE tn Ghee i eat San fsy wg | ama =e atid 
A 3024 at is on Uv < ee A : A ADE “ | jee . x , “ast 4 , CADILLAC —=1968 dorado — evn : ors vadie one 


mouT or 7) WANTEL 0 Continen 
HOLLEY REALTY Rie yt: BS | OWNER-OPERATED tracts wanted) jeenerstely, Any, nane | SER Beet ©0.| FRANK SMALL JR., INC. aoa aD ie 
on py ae coer ae | ES © Besaees ED -. Hye tie6 | Ale vee iia. Ae 1736 Good Hope Rd. SE. LJ. 1-9647 | nes aes new aes 


5 BEDRMS.—2 BATHS MT. VERNON. TYPE |MOTORCYCLES, ETC. 86. CASH FOR CARS “freer. fay ea 98 : ip “AS | The month ‘clears 
BRICK SPLIT.LEVEL MANSION . “TT | fieen cats. "Must pur 8 Ais Widics mater ae “ee lngton FRANC SHALE ik" ee 
On Approximately : BILL DENIS. INC. ag Cadillac-Olds Co. FORD—1935 Cus a h. FORD—'S1; one of the beautiful 
, best offer. BM. 2-4397. 


t Res * siads or V-8 Victoria hardtops: has bril- 
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rm... 
sevel ot, 38 sation ms ret i 7 ACRES SS | Fon LATE MODEL USED CARS CASH FOR CARS |‘ sbiLLAC— ie = ae Seed A Bey 


KIN FOR A Sten ard FORD ~-1988 Custom! 
CROW ELL & of Northern Virginia's *56 peepee s 42 at $3.695. 35’ ; the World” eo al ~ 4 pe '@ 2-Gr.; 
. : : 1 power equip- + ata on 
2160 N. Glebe rd. Ari. JA. _$-0707 : estates. A . wn HERSON S bas Fadi a gy ee eee: | —g 3 etattore * cusranteed 


pe 
. el n BE NNY- OR | 
ALPINE VIEW . t Cc n 9-9, Mon. thru 8th & O NW. DE. 2-4700 MOTORS | see ‘mooning pe, iow ste ren: 6 vone-owner:! =Stohiman Chevrolet 
: A m If you van privacy ond 9, Depew. +. 3-room - gat, BLAIR MOBI HOMES | Wane TS car: WILL AY : x. Va Ov 0550. sone mies End of the) 3270 M St. NW 

rt t. to see, ca LUS A , clean LLAC—47_ "G3 4-47. 2-16 
Phas 3 "Meton’ Realty, Inc. | ee, GEDRM. BRICK RAs- epair. Smt north of LaPiaie on Rt. 301) Wil’ yar eas. LOdaN (BORD P ¥ cash “< ; Sas FRANK SMALL JR. INC. | run” ii Comey Bure 3 
r "3.5900 RAM- _. COME TO - = , ~| 1736 Good Hope Rd SE. LU. 131-9647 & H., low mi.. excellent mechanicai 
aaa ai o\ < NVE Nii ENT LER. DOWN, will handle. ’ Trailer Headquarters "3 $8 oe ee “piney” Motors, we. “aoe: +s 09 ae ve N ’ FORD—'S1 custom V-8. 4 dr. Over- condition Needs some wood work. 

i. 2 . 5-951). - 


L IN TH AREA 4th A4th st. pee teeeee —_ = a” drive. radio and heater. Very clean’! 
L3 rN EN us home SALE - : , th t. Best transport —— = McKEE Pp NITIA 
wes, ius iter’ Fal | Parker, Smith & Donnell (OOH BE Beate or digs *lezne ne, of | CARS . pergefits "| town foals g4b8. Hafetr tented tor) | -powrtac wean, MOREE 


1 blocks shopping and/ 

is jal, school, i ; 76161 : rtan. Airstream. Richard- MERCURY ‘+ sage your Protection 5335 wi : 
shaded. Price $13,000 a SOUTHE TERN C COLONIAL ITE A tan tstwood. New Moon. Great NEEDED at IT COSTS no more to buys gual- FAUL BROS. OLDE | 09) 5 WISC. AVE., ST. 3-7107. 
¥ : ' 

attr tnancing singly : all ices “ie and pee. i RAD cos pown | jeet*4,.i¢ yey 5 oS * 


W. W. MeCOLLUM, Inc.| sts las See pure! American Trailer Co., inc [MMEDIATELY | BLAS CLARK | "Chevy Chase Chevrolet green ly gene olt MRS ‘D6 
en. sep av , ¢ are desperately in need of! Oo , 5 . 
fae 3.4900 = fron it eee Ait eat ih | Sikhs st tar-2h-t43m| Capitol Cadiltac-Olds Co.| VICTORIA 


to ARMY: RIK CLup.” Corner tion foreign’ makes. ma. BUYING! 1 


- ans ra THOS. J. FISHER & CO. : i Mai Paty arenas | RO" OBiECT "Care musth a, sate sins tal as ba "iultte ae. Syl. suned. 2 new dune, Crh hats © ue, A SI9S Down 


rian fee JA__$-2661. 9 tl 9 PRICE 65 000 1830 Fis Ave NE Li 4-4884 {f° owe a di Our buye t Feb. ft & heater. Price heeds vn ower steerin em, Re - 
ination. te rm C t ‘ $ PERSONAL LOANS 90A it ‘EMERSON & ORME CHEVEOLET 33, ° . or neta Saat “i bower-nacked 
+ F- sinter ty yl oe ashen SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY “Licensed under Small Loan Laws L| 6 3 ] 4] (BUICK) AP ; 7 , financing. erafllouie et oe 
A LINGTON Exclusive With NEED MONEY? LE af : | ie 2 Se. BW. iss te. 6 
Wreig nasa sep. din. “3 : afin) M. T. Broyhill & Sons WHEN m™ ERED OF MONEY 1731 BLADENSBURG RD. NE. | cele rie th a ae Ll} 4-2396 
~ TOP DOLLAR PAID we tee ness, Bu - 


EVERYTHING : 7 4610 LEE HWY. ARL. JA. 4-1200 ALL MR. CARTER 


$11,800 "M, Hailey st 2. N Wnodel eat foe ee fiat st mn For Clean Used Cars yale ir, eo | / 
ve ea men? ’ model car us first if vou r ' onee_ counsel 
priced oe found’ ins some no nedje- Gall Bratt Loans——__Ol._6:5500 Ba salt Four ae San pag tahedee Model ~ 55 V ICT. | ‘49 FO ig 
: ST. ANNE’S SCHOOL co in @ blue find| - On just your own signature. WIL ats with $199 FULL. PRICE 
-3 bedr m . " praisa! ner has no choice— americen Fipence Co, AP__.2-6310 - =eS10 L AY bth ies ae >] 165 XE t 1 Sood, Crealt “ate all 
3g. ge +H Bg fs suet one block trom this spot || TRUCKS, SALE. TOP DOLLAR STOHLMAN || TER | O a A food Jon o ‘good credit are all 
mer relaxing, Ot megan $700 ca scaped Yievel lot with trees. sin: 4 7 pee rete oad FVROLET —Peace-of-mind guar- ALL MAKES & Air. Radio and heater NO CASH NEEDED | “TRI "MOTORS 
cee REALTY | CROWELL & COMPANY. INC in town, See a iret. EO ANDY ADAMS Very spood . condition is : SUBJECT TO CREDIT | 5304 GEORGIA AVE. NW. 
A. 5-07 


7 ROW RICH ’ Reville ¢ ia Aye mw _ one Best. one Bun | FORD—1985 6-cylinider 2-door. = 

Zn r-900, ai Baga rereh Hi a ee | eas" 7 Fe BS ork f sae owe Jom pony. oraimts.| Ss here "Cid Sita bce 
: ) nings. “tl wevy vara nm eve “e” is sold as! Warranted 6 sn enties 

on temporary Someone Will dei a MANDELL ines saute Beraporrn AP ath ANGLIA — Pre : ¢ Bal alr V+. dis equipped | miles. End of the mont® 
Assume Huge GI Hurry! and dry. About 30° miles. from TRUCKS WILL PAY HIGH | Se ces ime | pease ratte tacit sey ranks, “Officers | FRANK SKARLL JR. INC. 
ay with 4 moderate, down PET;| Brick Cape. Cod. 3 bedroom ine, boating. swimming near “FLOOD “ PONTIAC |? inci 9283 a | oe sfest credit approval call 1200 Penna. Ave. SE LU. 2.9927, 


Cod, ae : , ; 
Gi Fe ear il al gh Sect GEM eee eae | 995 DOWN, IU) 0221 Comecncat Ave Emre a names Rea SS BILL ROSS 
fied pees vas fous ning — level waite fe. eaten 1 Sane Priced te Cadilacs Wanted | put. 4th Bt Senn. Ave. TU . 2-4 200 
wind g inchuding | fired, cousin pin MARYLAND 51 nll ae pated : s-Bent, Porsche, 7400 Georgia Ave. NW. 
ows. 7 plac machine, : WY. near Woodbihs. 2. 7 ™ 
use wooded and. Sh re GE sae H, 1 RU Bite c CO. re a fo 3 ‘52 CH 775 PERSONAL LOANS 500 | 
JA 5-8585 Bves., KE. 8-4351 


community "oa attrac-| 


tive homes. Eee Mt erms couldn't . oat pees ’ stn pon, Licensed under Small Loan Laws | HEALEY 
wei . P . er) 
Arthur L. Walters, inc.| $450 DOWN-GI : . are | Mane mode belly ered. “complete 
$04 N. Randolph at Glebe New 3-bedrm. brick rambler with sere mn to 
i pEDROO) Ja. 1-400 ae Barport: a eer tte Fi eau. LOANS speed me. pos ; five. - ‘53 FORD 
amen Tish aaa gat i oi ae oa save muc a . ON YOUR SIGNATURE fee. iner Mo. wotemese:| ‘S6 BEL AIR Fous—sThindersira, ped 2} 2-DR. SED. “6” 
OWnwER WANTS QUICK] BK BLS On OATS "MA them. Impossi rtles ; Gversese. detfvers irrenacé. — CHEV. 2-DR. Bae owner. Traded on new Ja- $385 TOTAL 
EapeSr tiers: CROWELL & CO., ay ae ONLY 25 ee H T CONV ACK PRY, LTD. 
Sob SEES pd et BON | ROR COMPARE! SAVE! BE pd 345 : ame a vty DoW 
, ; livered Commies . ’ 
a ne © SING 75 $345 DOWN Mercedes-Benz. Porsche. Jaguar _ ON APPROVED CREDIT 


Palls Church area: large lots: car- LE MAN’S—$32 
ocation: ae — aan —1955 « green-finish 


Exclusive 


oth. Vernon ive. San vo. | eae : co : : You Mr Ni ; 
ae plex, Ve. ae :. a ; 1 ACRE C >, one ae gps pe ate vo Monthly MANHATTAN AUTO | On Approved Credit | Convertible top only; radio, heat-| 2-DAY MONEY-BACK 


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supra. Pas Ess | Sales’ m Service Imported and | a “ha. "tee “dain, sd a 


. ' Ww ’ .* ri “wee . lo GUARANTEE 

pistes Fodenerts ted 680: offic . , 2 22. American Cars. Estab. 1914. | “ve ipped with RR. H.. Ww.! | 7 ood cred- 

‘950 : — LOANS 90A STS. NW. : tires ona ~~ aret he. yaa loan needed nia “oe 4 | IRV ' ARTIN 
6 censed u Sma oan ws 


ndsca Sis 
ciate | Mar Rie TE Seat 10 | nececdeane aad fave cmet bond SSssseecessss, a a SS la <taoe a ssn tape NA. 8-4455 
- ~~ 4 J. . ; , Fairfax Branch. Lee 12th & K_Sts. NW F ~—F coupe ? tone 
oors: de luxe equi t | & 
Baie ieee" | ware monet now sorat te mat: | Sern, Baty Ut A Sage posal aperi PE Haste | = NA. 8-4455 pane ae 12th & K ou, mW. 
| Beil? focused otc howe'is |e PR at bass Tar Beef LAD ANS 8 aise sates incite tnterest antl” JACK PRY, LTD. Capitol Cadillac-Olds Co. 


rm. and full principal. The interest rate is 27%4% 


; 163 ; 
4, — HILt "REALTY “Ou wert dthcias =ta.\¢ MARYLAND CASH LOAN 9) ner month of the unpaid balance. pom 5218 Ces 
a ¥ rt ‘2 Om nt tu POM PON IO ike, Se rT miles to -y X =e booed R. 1. Ave, UN. 45172! PHONE JAckson 5-8885 Mercedes- (ene Porsche. rsche. Jaguar 


7 . > 
rom Pentagon 50. Terme. JA 7898 Georgia Ave. JU. 9-2852 and. convertibles ‘selection 
TTSVILLE BUICK 


heating 
= yon im ae see for your money today! of colors ies Ade , 
soulp. farsa tah My vevel t: PRESENTS wopes _Sreme oer rrrrrryrrrrrrrrtrrr FAMILY — Mahe ‘p000 e. Brent. 
face Unie kB am Murmurin Pines! £3 aaa "ey Paltaes rome gags HORNER'S = CORNER oa 
n a: 
. ACT PAST! In a. beautiful Ee Wilson Bivd. rise? Lath (Downtown) -) ° 7359 € yy v-8 + i bs cae ) good ii eye, si08 


pot, ee On Your Signeture Only . oe REPOSSESSED |“ 
armur Sa ee owersiide. F and bh, . $1899. McKEE PC PON T AC 
flor than Suburban Finance Co. « “AGRNER S.C ‘55 VICT. “8” | 5335 wisc. un Ho 7107 


sg Th sae Beautifully wooded lot etboo ws GMAC 
a 2 Stat i and | dnb | HARDTOP CONV. |"2neiattncie te ned 


th 
ts 


alm 
22x15 . living room. 
kitchen. Peach, apple 
lock to bus ON. 4-7200 © seat covers. white-waill tires. etc.; 


“i E Byers 10 Adjacent te beautiful golf course. | un | ayti , :: ; tat t 
nh senna s @ = ; sulek ‘48 in r. <a goed | en _ ¥ : : } $] 285 


Sunes transferred and must sell. accOKEER—*% acre. ; 
ES fendon.| A STEAL AT $15,950! 8% dows Ott a cond; oun sisot. w.-@ 
350, 10% dn. mo. J. ‘ of 


with besutifal trees. > ch pottnet  Gieietiae: f the month serne: $1545. 
gid, «vireinia home ‘sultan "RANCH HOUSE . h.. power brakes per eee steer F $45. ora ig “Stafford. be $245 DOWN FRANK SMALL a LU — 
"Thos North adams. Arline’ -bedroom | pacienda-type home ~ £3 927 -A,~- and rate ¥.-@. Sires | ~ Stohiman Chevrolet ON APPROVED CREDIT i UNDERSIRD— 55 sport roadster 

/' Open -6 oF arm - 
appim’ Holloman Real ec guise lot with shade , 200 - 52m ap. J. H. WOMEN’S LOANS | dome ¥] toed cea T apptorat. Cal AD aa M St. 4 . 2-DAY MONEY-BACK cord. 
Kehoe. Village, just a| sWwenarE 7 Balte Our Specialty! CHEVROLET—SS “210 sone GUARANTEE 


few minutes to D. C. and Penta- 


ee dri tone 
California Cape Cod | on. This home ‘has exceedingly zs 6-220 WE CAN MA E Be 1883 Rroadmas ter Rivjera| pal e dot Yok Pie IRV. MARTIN 


aree rooms. including one of the mATA ; | 4-door; © & heater. Dy 
i2th & K Sts. N.W 
stom! ine 


area ’ ; : * —_— ’ rT * a a 
on, oree, of cxpensive, cust 7 most % deautiful paneled recres eation ” down. YOU A LOAN IN | Calo fn 8 w * a5 18 "S” 4-dr3 
D ADJOINING oan a oaetine and all a | ~ i =. : ‘4 het ait ness uick iar car we, fiw sath ae and heat er. seat 
gee, Quick possession 814. including washer and dryer. ht oi? : y J r Phone | T7700 Wis. Ave. Bethesda. Md | CREVEOL —_ : 7 A . ae | covers. “w Looks . - eet 
| ine $29.850, with only $3500 dow rs ; - 6-5009 | urn = a ¥.- mileage arrante m 
¢ owe fo Ob Abeta JA. 17-6660. . gray sind of the 
ee 


Now ~n he. $5008. tires. tutone: blue month 
ernon Realty Swimming Pool eis Sra Ties IN pcg Hay Kye Ay Pa ONLY ONE TRIP NECESSARY in pce S| | owner Wh cei mi | FRANK SMALL JR., INC 


Bl. 86-3106 2007 Mt Vernon Ave. | LUX Y tare A . trade 9 ir IRR i. abe an 3200 Penns Ave SE LU. 2-9827, 
THIS WEEK’ S In AUR Bay Holmes Run Acres | ried or deve, Phone, write, Suburban Finance Ceo. 8000 ae | CHRYSLER-PL = 3 


t , rom 12.500 | te come in ' % i. 4-7900 |  Dynatiow ce nt, Must seo to | LARGEST WASHINGTON DEALER 
LEADERS! poe this acbedrecms renin stfers|  rovements i "Ton 2-580 EE PONTIAC 5] ee 


charm and liveabiity jo genersus| — Halshid aif Sous rafts MARYLAND Cash Loan§}) 5335 Wisc. Ave si'37107| REPOSSESSED 


1 o 
EasytoAcquire |Eiaieeeten| GTA eS | NANCE CO, [eet EAM] MSR | $312.50 TOTAL at 
th ° FORD— SS Victoria sedan. Tutone P 
Only $200 down. balance $16 , Leis of picture of Alexendrie Wheaton Finance Co. tion values. Ask Mr Bialford 10 | biacy “fins “tally equ i Reven Biagh, ont net tins ite 54 FORD 
selection 
is room for your eutomosties ana 3 1991 0. 5-3006 _ $tohiman Chevrolet . | $}?-58,do"n. eae windows and steering 2-DR. 


= we Ly PR. ny . 8 detached carage. , . 301. : C.; P er : > & 
Bice cece | ORR aR eS a | Peres Ming, | Resident’ Pnsee Com Hh ao ai? Naan | SECURITY MOTORS| Semeecian Stzget| $385 TOTAL 
Size oh staas ai. * emer DREAM HOUSE Sora ee | siggene™ seeds ae aran’| 4th & N.Y. Ave. NW. | sora Rage 2 iit hens Chata 
——4 With huge, Talkin. closets 2-9346 afier 6. AKERS OLDS-CADILLAC CO, | CHEVROLET — 32 a ee: WITH GOOD CREDIT 
Who’ S the Lucky freaiace. “Lares i room with ty es om atten Sar maa) A Pris nm food credit spproval. and take over low, low payments 
Captain cluding. dianwasher, "wai RokeOee a, AUTO CENTER Ss : 


ah SOTONTAL BEACH. VA Nice Dun | a iret 3 er } el 
ven bu t ; bedrooms fi per Rivie | . . Yom : 
hat has 8950 to purchase this iwaL.s°6hlUlU. $1800. it for $25, $50, $100 $1200 |MONEY IN 1 DAY | Riviera.” droves “and h. pup | —40 2-di~ heater and) — small down payment for ether 


ach De Sotd- 

Brig ask Pi "POMPONIO GR WOES | Om you sere only frm sre rrssgint: | bat Silt ch eee et a) 55 FORD CALL 
Sacer dal cS | TASES | Eger ece ast] euvensrmne pecans cc im || es a | i ANDY Ebi! 

Sierk, "restricted rexi-|] MOUNT RAINIER— 3233 Rhode island Ave, ADems 2.3300) iat oh de-3 tee: $665 Total *°or CREDIT APPROVAL 

Under Priced! ~ A "RENT BEATER” | denee.c aod eves. ae ARLINGTON— i ct sce te Jackson 53-5400 F iy. “id, &s46s. ae par aie CHASES ME Q 674 

ti Ht rte.o' ae mantic | Sent, cheering tase 9) Ste-| Sone. pion lena Mi tron | Seread Hare vm eaithness Buick ws | uN GASH NEEDED - 

a denny es es | fetes pakke Gime | xe ee, Boa PUBLIC LOAN | 308 aie hm Poa ae 


: in new . a 4 
Dawn gray. e. ie “ 
oper steering ol . wall in err ~~ 


rice $17 


a * 
| & . ete., 5 + 
power fake. CCC guar- rt x he For 


ARL; ie | baths, 27-f. tiv. rm.| Also 3 | in Capitol Codillac.-Olds Co.| Era’ learance a4 E Bae — = 
Yeonas Realty | siapbecsl sectim'tsa ter. Wish-| Goi 93300," wa shies $20 to $1000 —| “bint gnc Sarton ce apa wi cares) BILL ROSS SAE RSS 


' convertible coupe. Pull po V-8 
Bivd. JA. 8-21 -%. , , ; ; : On ¢ and luxurious beauty th. ¥ co-Baym- 
Rte 9 a Ser iis| Sa ae See, eal iw NEED AND WANT Sr Ra Gam i uma ee) TU. 2-4200 iz —- 

XK iT WORTH a 18 65 Oh wk LA 6-820) | EE OR THINGS you Cor. N. Capitol a Ave. NB. | condition: eu teed “t :|7400 Georgia Ave. NW. 


KENT ISLAND @ You may be able to take advantage of amgmine HL Doreds w'eh| OE, ‘49 FORD, 2-DR. 


with cash. Apply for any pirernoen 2 up . “ a flor: full Stohimen Chevrolet $99 TOTAL 


Eastern Bay—Purnished fons eth to $1000 for any take up to i. se smatie : 3270 M St. NW. 


“ I mission, power win 4-wWa 2. 85 DOWN—85 
we pick seein’ cgi ote es eat ee eeeoe 24 a The to repay. See table below. Spe tec Bente heed | a ete GULF MOTORS 
eet Eger dir a garb me : _— “THE AUTO CENTER Sabri igen aaeeari " 1900 Bladensburg Rd. NE. 
t 


trust. Better than a G Ww a GI . MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS i2%)_& EB Sts. ~ 52 CHE ROLET 
24 ; V a 
red J. George, Realtor LURIA BROS. ghowanad ee ; | paymts 4-door, F. and h. Powerslige, w.- “aja ‘S} FORD 


w. tires; a 
3048 Wilson Biv . instal 0) < . } Vietoria, r 008 3 pucsome ss 2- 
SFAPIOUS ie od om = oe Convertible 313 N. AUTO'FAIR 71-5733 AUTO FA iR ” 


| r € The folks at | 50 . 28. 0 ‘ om 313 N. ¥. Ave. NW., DI. 7-5733 
$11,850—GI Approved orb tee: “mg * seaside Hotel 6 st. ousshold, are vistads Reese : snl $3995 a. | wat By hy XN ‘56 FORD a Sa 


th. Fe an and o experts in fam- ey imc lead e FULL PRICE , edit. Ea Be tone ora 
foe'zn rl i ci ter, the retired ‘couple of "am Tr S| ily finance..it’s [get o* siete ee ol Piasaes "Rese io loaaed.| tw. 20% , gu |e he Moron co 


value 
opportunity to be a pro 
wher. 


water are agen aun i abe 


mora god| fe Va. Troisn Ge. as 
Res Wis Laughiin| RARER crane Merge | thelial pace Ex fat eames" ack dpa) 2-Dr. 
- a : bul . 


McLEAN, VA., EL:--6-416] Hydra-Matic. r. 


~~ 4 Hye ie pes re 8 
"ACRE ESTATE ec jan. BR ica SURANCE ALL HFC 7 gerade | seat covers 28. 698. ave. eh se 
ee BUG tS pelts 4 » LOANS WITHOUT EXTRA COST TO YOU fF ‘A4-2396 ae | ($195 Down) Fs" 
Fra age a OE nas FINANCE ee . eo = ori ud ae Et 


= Biee wick 


~~) *¢ & © © 


car 
—@ 
CLOSE a0) oe: Ret a BE Se yt : at 
‘ek tifu : CLARENDON-ARLINGTON ah ) , OUTH-IMPER: 
> ; , : - . ' ns 4 [ ‘ mi dit ; ry," ef * Site ‘ 0 |. a, ] ] 
* ING cD _- > ‘ ee gE . ' | ; r ‘ nm. : . a . ; a - o 
a PANE : ey Rees aa =uanne : O 4dr. power-| i731 Biadensburs R4 WE. 
uN ; : z PHO. te ; . 
| > vi ' ' a i: fre 2: ° Z . ir » , LAs * Audet 


> _ 
. 
> x 
ee ee 7 
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Rare hs ate be ss te 
os . =" : 
2 OTR Pah ox 
20 Soe AS ee SNe Re IS 


[AUTOMOBILES, SALE 


=) fe x: OLDS 


appears 
Songitlon uke new. a eq 


ip eculpged. 
AKERS OLDS-CADILLAC. CO. 


ten oppineg ‘Center 
PRs sate 4 8h ay 9.0350 


miles. 1 owner. 
$ sedan. «ray wit 
oitery. iow mileage. 


TACK PRY. LTD. 
ae 14th st vw 
Balesroo 18 one Ave 


Distributors to 
Mercedes-Benz. rea. Jaguar 


54 Monterey atation- 
ait equip... l-owne: 


MERCURY — 1994 
See Bilt $1,795 Le D 


iTry 
1121 21st at 


54 MERC. 


MONTEREYS 
HARDTOPS, 4-DR., 2-DR. 
5 TO CHOOSE FROM 


$120 DOWN 


Pul a bg ipped. ineludine wer 

wer brakes ealiy 

fea ood eondition Bank 

fmancing availabie For credit 
approval 


MILLER MOTOR CO. 


316 FLORIDA AVE NE 


ul 


: TAO 
ray up- 
' owner, 


i "Ot 


RY—1552 4-doo 


= 1933, Mont ere v AS <r 
tan. ae te ly - 
13s 


NDED. 
Pes v- ae ‘Lincoln- 
Mercy sist si n® DI 
1 


ui Ee URY— Si Custom 4-dr. Oris 


— PACKARD 53 Clipper | dix. 
ma 


approved credit 
— — Ds a Py * auar- 
no ca 
MANOR. MOTORAMA. 4665 Bouth 


tol j 
—52 sport coupe. One 
owner Original 2-tone finish. r. & 
h.. tires. overdrive. etc. A 
nice bey at $895. Only $150 down 
LASS & CLARK 
Cor. N a sot -. aan Ave. NE 


“750 MERCURY 
* $295.25 TOTAL 


$5.95 down on this beautiful 2-dr 
5 R. & HH. New 


immediate credit 


CIRCLE MOTORS 


2401 Penn Ave NW 
mi... top mech 
best ofte JA 


85 TH roadster. eaulpped. 


~ JACK PRY, LTD. 


1509 ‘th 8 NW 
Bales + 1218 Conn Ave 
Distributor 
_Mercedes-Benz "Pors che. 
_MG'S 
models: several colors 
from $1798 We finance at 


Jaguar 


Mercedes- Benz. 
, Willys. and other popular 
ee 


Manhattan Auto 
7TH AT R STS. NW 


h 7.2700 


N 
glez ree? 1810 a. By Ales 
&-5525 ax Bra 


Les, nye Route eat = 


‘51 OLDS | 
$195 Total 


No Cash Needed Subject 
To Credit Approval | 


4-dr. Super ‘88 2- som R. & 

Hydra a spice ear old as 7 
Stock No. 35562 i ay tepene ar- 
range $ for servicemen. ell rinks, 
office N own patTment re- 
ouired. Por credit approval cail | 


Dick Williams 
LI. 6-314] 


i731 Biedensbure Rd. NE. 


wl 
standard tren 


edan: turquoise 
rs \- equipped: 8129 


, ae 
até ue Vecasten, ad p th, oh 


Deluxe "SS" FT de Wy- 
Recmatie radio and heater: custom 
eat covers; special two tone Opish 
mmaculate throughout 
ety tested for your W.. .- 

th a 30- a phos. Olt 


PAU 
Wis o 


LDS. 
KE, 17-1308 
sport cpe.; 


pee cet Bi 
$375. 


ever titled rantee and 
service. Very attrac re prices 
Congressional Motors Inc. 


Regpriie Pike at Congressional 
Airport Lane. Rockville. Md. 


L. 7-2400. 
BILE — 1955 Giver - 
convertible coupe ‘ 


u 
new biack top. 
steering 


are 
fully oaniee 
power obra 


ng Cadillac-< Olds Co. 


Finance Co. 
Repossession 
‘55 CHEV. 


2-dr., Arctic white, heater 
and tubeless tires. 


OD. | 
and | rally 


es. 5 | 


4-2396 


|; Pul 
| full "price. 9 an "KIRK 
CO., 4000 


i aa 5 Buick ~ 
:. 8-82 Ave. Bethes*, 9609 


"98" HARDTOP 
$895 TOTAL 


pesipnes. weiedine 


As low | 


oo 
conditign. Ban 


498 
oH ER STOR di 


316 FLORIDA AVE. NE 


LI. 4-2396 


ss Be i. heater. turn -H.. ls 
u eat covers: tutone green "token 


miles. Has new Dupent fin- 
sing. Rose | fate. Wii while RING seas 
$4194 tne serif Orginal HEELE C. 
price WE GSCritiee cunraLen PL YMOUTH H-IMPERIA! 
can be .grreeged oi Bat 
oes ‘Raster: 
Md. JU. 7-576 : 
PONTIAC— $9 2- -dr ' es oe) h- 
r talina 5 
$2595 : clean. thi eenain. 
4093 


ne Olds Co. |~ PONTIAC.~"30 ia 


_NW._ ST. _3-2600 | & H.. s. covers. Special today. od 
McK 
4 OLDS | cKEE PONTIAC 


$399.50 TOTAL “PONTIAC MEANS McKEE” 


5335 WISC. AVE., ST. 3-7107 
| PONTYAC— 1685 Chieftaia de luxe 

$5.50 down on mM 98” Holiday 

coupe oo Ww row 

R Good | | is 


Sedan Tt. & h., ra-Matiec dr ve. 
‘SD PLYMOUTH | 


“2-DR. SEDAN 
CIRCLE MOTORS) ‘$655 TOTAL 


FR-PLYMOUT 
= \ 7 
} ae Rh 2 | 


ee eater ay ON 
~ —_ Tas weve 

h od h t 

ios. Go mec m., Sol condition NO CASH NEEDED 


McKEE PONTIAC WITH GOOD CREDIT Pobre 9 


PONTIAC MEANS & i Hydra 
Sold as is Eauipped fnmediats 


5335 WISC. AVE.. T° . 7107 | mate KEE. PO TIAC 
OLDSMORILE— 1088 ~~ Buner “y 
’ ey Arranged for officers nne aaa MEANS Me 


hardtop 
Smal] monthly payments and very 5335 WISC AVE. ST. >. 7107 


one 
ra ly equip.; 
alls, extras guarant small down payment for other sawyar “Sh 
military person FO ites Star Chet Caia- 


Bri iced right for quick sale 

Congressional Motors Inc. | 
ANDY. KELLY } inter 

129 K ST. NW 

FOR CREDIT APPROVAL 


Rockville Pike at Congressional | 
Md 
ME. 8-2674 
o 


SS. Giat Chief Con 
“ad serie. Ravipped with dual range 


extras. Like 


2298 
McKEE PONTIAC 


MEANS McKEE” 
5335. WISC. AVE., ST. 3-7107 


PONTIAC—' aS Cateiina: | 
9 : oe BA 895 


& 
; ue 
l-owner: 


be San 
ats: PONTIAC 


i Irving * NW AD. 4-8500 
leo 34 — St. NW. RA. 3-9670 


3 Cranbrook ‘ ar 
a . 


aie ates “ 
Pull leather satorier, Hydre, 
H... tire 


e ue 

R . 
fin 

4000 


ay Se 

1956 Caialina hardtop 

= and heater, w.-* $5 
. PEOPLES MOTORS 
Ave Silver 
6 —<- 
Bs 


ped 
Seabes: 


Cc «guar 
ae 


mec ahital condition an have} 
a steady tt ng can pay $25 per 
mee th. 7+1664 for immedi- 


rov 
© credit ‘am H-IMPERIAL 


er 


in ts im - 
and take over low. low payment 


Airport Pe, Rock ville 


OLBSMORIL sa Super © 

iday coupe: fully equipped eau- 
tiful palm-sreen finish with white 
top: excellent mechanical condi. 
tion. very clean in every respect 
W A.T.A. warranty. Gale price $995 


Pohanka Oldsmobile 


Washington i Oldest Olds epaterent i) 
1126 20th NW I -1003 


bat like new: 


ARCADE PONTIAC 
1437 Irvine St. NW AD. 4-8500 
iso 3460 14th St NW. RA 3-987 


SERVICEMEN 
NO DOWN PAYMENT! 


This applies te ist three crades 
end officers 
For Further information 


a 
JET MOTOR SALES 
2725 Nichols Ave. 5.5 
40. 2-0336 


orig diac Im 
 & brak 


fLincoln- negery). Cons ave and 
la ave. a 4- 200 Pi TuorTa— +} S : overdrive 
PL YMOUTs— ‘$5 Suburban Wagon : 
turn signals; beautiful tu tu- 

tone finssh very clean: one own- 
er Whe — ae Pree Warrfanty 


Sale W 
WHEELER, INC, 


CHRYSL ER- PLYMOUTH. IMPERIAL 
ARGEST WASHINGTON DEALER 
1800 WISCONSIN, AVE. EM. 3-4708 
Mo TH—'56 official house cars 
9s 
Very | 


‘50 BUICK 
RIVIERA COUPE 
FULL 
mice 9249 
LOW DOWN Sy lad 


Cas 
a deal. see ghcNel 
Ce 232 0 


8000. “In' the Meert of ‘Bethan 

- oa 0 et esda 

PONTIAC 1 952 Chieftain de luxe 
“SB convertible in extremely. good 
condition 


(t te cheese from) 
l-owner cars. 
Open Evenings 
Addison Chevrolet 


14th and Fila. Ave. N.W 
HO. 21-7500 


equipped with Hvdra- 
Matic. radio and heater and many 
new-car warranty. worth-while je-| Other accessories: you must see 
gitimate savings; lowest terms; bet.| ‘his to appreciate ae operons 


r trades yeresenes * 6 months 
WHEELER, INC. 


of the month clearance $745 
CHR YSLER-PLY MOUTH. IMPERIA AL 


FRANK SMALL J R_ INC 
INGTON DEALE 
"13-4800 ‘56 Ramblers 


ARG WASH 1736 Good 8E LU 1-9647 
4800 WISCONSIN AVE... EM. 3-4800 ; 
55 adillac Company Sapees Sere 
Se 


PLY MOUTH— 32 Cranbrook ,geden. 
n 1. A con ion 
EL DORADO CONV. Wareons and 
i " 
eauipped with radia $600 off 


r 
724A. 30-day warranty. Trade and 
Hydra.Matic. Conti. 
Burrows Motor Co., Inc. 


3 
terms MONRC = PORD. 5100 Wis 
ave n -2000 till 39 pb. m 
Lt a % Special Dix. 4-dr mente! kit. The Boss’ car. 

AS LOW AS 

$595 DOWN Washington's Oldest 

Hudron Dealer 
900 Mm St. SE Lt. 4-83900 


ul ech. exc. $395 
And Ne Small Lean Needed 
With Good Credit Oppesite Nave Yard 


: never titled: 


Ga Ar. N.W 


cellent: 
PL 


; u 
~ | with n. & a. dua! renee pydra.. 


: 


| othe, w ot tires. Fane fash In 5 


’ 
| 


ti 632 
S with | 
| $335 WISC. AVE., ST. 3.7107 


Pract ically new tubeless fires 
; 


Sprin<. | 


3-dr. ¥-8 station 
wagon: Leh 1 owner. 00 mi 
$1695. JO. 8-8412 
4 a} yy = pamseres Cc 
ub cou 
heater. 


bts. ete. Low mi 
Bo00 or best offer 


- iF YOUR 


‘33 NASH 


Rambler hardtop. r.. -w. 
tires. Real nice car. 


$795 
ALMER FOR 


Hyattsville, Md. 
4724 8. ©. Ave. AP. 
7 3110 Hamilten St. AP. 


MOTOR 
MANOR MOTORAMA Open “tit 9 P.M. 
CAR IS 


TA. 39-4800 
4665 Seuth Capitel St. 
. 2-791 
WORTH 375 


PLYMOUTS— is 3-door. semi- 
We can deliver te you « 


$23.1 ‘mechanically ex- “ene | 
‘56 Plymouth 
FORONLY §$ 
(PER MO.) ay 
BANK FINANCING 
BETHESDA MOTORS 


De Soto-Plymouth Dealer 
Miller and Wisc. Aves. 


OL. 4-1000 
"52 Plymouth 


4-Deer Sedan 


FULL $495 


5.tsee 


¢ 
, 
4 
, 
, 
, 
, 
, 


7-011 
7-0110 


153 PLYM.: 
+345 Total 


|No Cash Needed Subject | 
To Credit Approval 


We Have Them! 
PACKARDS 


From ‘tifa te ‘Dé. a. bedy 
styles. One-owner ¢ 


COVINGTON MOTORS “yr 


Take over le low month! eee 
py 
D PAYMENT 
_ 7301 Wis. Ave. (Beth.) BE BALANCE atic 
BILL OL. 2-9200 ) Cranbrook cories, ¢ 
“The Gaerece with «a jes. 8 


ia te 
TU. 2-4200 Semmes 


Addison onal 
7400 Georgia Ave. NW. ‘SS CHEVROLET i 


’SS FORD 


ROE Ce eee ee ee ee PEE eee 


F Soictodotodoiolototeloialoieioloiatas 3 


1 rvin 


SALE THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 
aute- | Wednesday, May 23, 1956 45 


v +8; i 
BEE re ur de AUTOMOBILES, SALE 97' AUTOMOBILES, SALE o7 
eta et = 
Boor er TO incoin a 


— at arey. be. a 
lleage. | dae at 

at Spiva. Bui 

son bi . Ar ee 


CAR— 
5-73 


wer s 
any other extras. 


EE “BONTIAC | 


5335 WISC. AVE ST. 3.7107. 
STUDERARER— Si “Char mplon Club 
Coupe, Good. cheap transportation 


McKEE PONTIAC 


“PONTIAC MEANS McK 


‘Lin 
paint. overdr. 
, we! 

’ - tf 
ee ; 

Dd 

JA 


andcri alser 
ut bs » shift 


— “ ex. 
cellen pecia today 
$395- 


McKEE PONTIAC 
“PONTL MEANS McKE 
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r ednesday, Mey 2 23, 


1956 


Rights Bill 
Held Step to 
‘Great Ideal’ 


By Lewis Gulick 
Associated Press 


A majority of House Judi-| 
ciary Committee members in-' 


dorsed the 
ministration’s civil bill 
yesterday as an effort toward 


“the great American ideal of 
equality under law.” 

But seven Southern Com. 
mittee members denounced the 
bill as “absolutely shocking 
They said it posed a “Franken 
stein” threat against state and 
local governments. 

The majority and 
reports 
ences over the volatile civil 
rights issue. The minority re 
port was made public Monday 

The bill was approved by the 
32-man Committee on April 25 
The vote count was not an 
nounced at the time 

The measure still 
clearance by the House Rules 
~ommittee. Whether it will be 
sent to the House and win pas 
féage there remains to be 
In any event, it is believed un- 
likely to pass the Senate, where 
Southern filibusters have 
doomed other civil rights meas 
ures in the past 

The bill's provis 
mended by Attornes 
herbert Brownell Jr.. 


rights 


awaits 


seen 


ions, recom 
(;eneral 
include 


© Creation of a special com-| 


mission on civil rignts. ton 


- 


appointed by the President. Its , 


duties would include investiga 
tion of charges that citizens are 
being deprived of their right 
to wote or nut under economik 
pressure because of color. 
religion or natural origin. The 
commission would be armed 
with subpena powers 

® Setting up of a new ci 
rights division in the Just 
Department to be headed by ; 
Assistant Attorney Genera! 

® Power for the Attorne' 
General to take civil righ 
cases to court in civil, or “pre 
ventive,” actions. regardless of 
whether the injured party has 
exhausted state court remedies 
first. An individual who felt 
his right to vote was being cur 
tailed or threatened could go 
to Federal court without first 
exhausting state remedies 

The Committee maiority. Re. 
Ppublicans and Democrat! 
side the South. said 
pose of this legislation i 


race 


if is to 
rights 
{ onstitution. and law of the 
United States will be enijoved 
regardless of race 
_ color or national origin 
is directed at no parti 
cular section of America. Ce 
tainly. no area of the’ countrys 
can claim achievement of f 
equality under law.” 
he majo: said 
proposals “toward the 
equality under law” had heen 
made by former President Tru 
man and involved a “high 
responsibilitv¥” of American 
leadership in the free world 
adding 
“To shirk 
sibility and leave the 
tion of Federal richts to 
or local governments would 
represent, at best. an wniuet 
Imposition of Federal duties on 
tnese overworked state and 
local law entorcament officials 
and at worst. dereliction of 
sworn duty to and de 
fend the Constitution of the 
United State 
The maiority de: 
times justice del 
tice denied.” 


make more cer 
gual 


thie 7} reenori 


nrote 


state 


uphold 


lared “often 
ayed is jus 


minority | 
reflected «deep differ. 


anteed hv the , 


Eisenhower Ad-! 


Internationa! News 


Principal at 19 


Fred Cutlip, 19, is principal 
of the Lawndale Grade 
School in Logan County, Til. 
The school superintendent 
says Cutlip “has an excellent 
record,” 


Senators Vote 
$14.4 Billion 


Road Taxes 


By Joe Hall 
Assnriated Preas 
ance { 


dad $144} 


The Senate Fin 
vesterday 

in new taxes over 

Hei od to help nay for a 
roeadbuliding program At the 
softened the tax 


uckers 


approve 
vast 


same time, it 

on ti 
vote margin, 
adopted an 


onivy a one 
the Committee also 
amendment proposed by Secre 
tary of the Treasury George M 
Humphrey that could have the 
effect of slowing down the rate 
if construction 
This amendment 
the spending on high 
available iin any 


would limit 
vays to the 
money given 
year, 

For the the Com- 
mittee accepted th new taxes 
voted by the Hous te finance 
the highway construction plan, 
the history 

modified 
king firms 


most 


largest in Nation's 
it considerably 
to which truc 
nlentiv ohiected 
d by the House 
imposed an annual 
50 ner 1000 pounds on 
bi ks weighing 26,000 
nounds or more 
The Senate Committee voted 
‘Oo make 
pounds, but to apply it only to 
the excess over 26.000 nounds 
The House provision woulrc 
ahoiit SAB6B million over a 
16-year period. The Senate ver 
sion would bring in about $476 
million 
The Committee passed on all 
tax items House bill 
hut did not complete action on 
the measure Administrative 
remain to be consid 


raise 


in the 


provisions 
ered todav 
The group headed by 
Harry F. Byrd (D-Va 
off until today final act 
House-passed Dill to 
Social Security benefits 
One comparatively minor 
amendment that remains to be 
considered is a proposal by 
Sens. Walter F. George (D-tsa 
and Robert S. Kerr (D-Okla.) to 
broaden the formula under 
which Federal funds are made 
available to the states for medi 
cal care of persons on the 
nublic-assistance rolis, 


Sen 
aiso put 
ion ona 
broaden 


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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD 


Sobeloff Testifies . Let chmod e's 


neg peas. ioe E. Mager nig ne ghia _— ~— 
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‘that he condones the Supreme cuit Judicial Conference. He 

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and congressional powers could speech, referring to the Su- 

only have arisen out of a mis- preme Court: “There is not the 

¥, interpretation of his remarks. duty vor right to censor the 
se, HE Sea Se alias i “Of course, I don’t sanction wisdom of the legislatures.” 

“Sk eg court usurpation of power,” Ervin had objected to Sohe- 

a aS SObelof told a Senate Judici- loff's description of the Sw 

it leoves you breathless! ary subcommittee closing out preme Court as the “final for- 


hearings on his long-stalled mulator of national policy.” 
nomination as a judge of the Sobeloff’s nomination is 
@ Fourth Circuit Court of Ap- scheduled to go before the full 


peals. Judiciary Committee on Mon- 
THE GREATEST NAME "VODKA In answering the charaes ot day. Sen. Olin D. = 
Plerre Sen. Sam J. Ervin Jr. (D-N ) (D-5.C.), has asked to tes 
et eee org coon UE A Sobeloff said Ervin must have then. 

leapt —_———e | The Solicitor General has 
been under fire by Ervin and 
Johnston in connection with 
‘the Supreme Court's decision’ 
‘against racial ———— in 
’ public schools. As _ Solicitor’ 
TODAY 5 KITCHEN General, ‘Sobeloff appeared as. 
an officer of the court in later) 
BECOMES A arguments on how the decree’! 

should be carried out. 
SECOND LIVING ROOM Three members of the sub- | 
committee—Sens. Joseph C.| Indonesian President Sukarno prays before the crypt of | 
‘O'Mahoney (D-Wyo.), chair-| John Paul Jones in the chapel of the Naval Academy at | 
'man; Thomas C. Hennings Jr.| Annapolis. Sukarno left late yesterday for New York as | 


(D-Mo.), and Arthur V. Watkins| 
(R-Utah)—yesterday supported he resumed his American our. | 


| Sobeloff. The other members - 
are Senators John L. McCellan In Nuclear War 


Rtas. Herman Welker House Passes , 
_ O'Mahoney said he hoped S Ball to Stem Retaliatory 


get a formal vote of the sub-| 
committee this week. Last July 


President Eisenhower asked the P 4 
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Senate to confirm Sobeloff’s 
‘nomination as a judge of the 


‘Fourth Cireuit Court of | B ] 
Appeals, which embfaces Mary-| A $1.6 million fund item for = Uarles 
land and part of Virginia, West. completion of the Anacostia meecanen 


| Virginia, and th | . 
rg e Carolinas.| » iver flood control project was| Air Force Secretary Donald 


Since then the nomination has) uarl , 5 
‘hit what has all the earmarks approved yesterday by the|A- Quarles warned yesterday 
that we must “have the ability 


“- . a by some South-| House. to receive and absorb a massive 
gd stomanne gy The long-needed project will | atomic attack from the enemy 
insure protection for the resi-|and be able to vespond and 


When you add the long-lasting College Head Elected ldents of the flood-harrassed an grentirwen, such effectiveness 
background beauty of one of ITHACA, N. Y., May 22 ™|Peace Cross area and other| such aggression” be gained by 


GLENDURA'S 1956 patterns to the | Howard I. Dillingham has been communities near the Anacostia! Quarles spoke before about 
shiny, new cabinets and other |elected president of Ithaca Col- d b he 300 persons at th 1 N 
: ; ‘lege, it was announced tod ‘River and its branches, The oWV persons a e annual Na- 
equipment in your kitchen, you'll g ay. tional Board Meeting of th 
have a second living room. With He will succeed Leonard B.|project, according to the Army (ii) 4i- patrol in the Statler 
GLENDURA'S built-in beauty you Dini ae poy tomes Feb. 15.'Corps of Engineers, is slated) Hotel. Gen. Nathan F. Twining. 
SOIL-PROOF need never worry about soil, grease dame a the po Som a vice presi-| ror completion by June 30, 1957.|Air Force Chief of Staff. will 
or grime, for these and other stubbora | The House left this item and/@ddress the group at 9 a. m. 
WALLCOVERING stains can be quickly removed with "A avarthenenens ‘other Maryland and Virginia) today. 
ordinary household cleaning ————- beer: “ah ’ In a challenge to the Soviet 
projects undisturbed as it Union’s emphasis on schooling 


| agents. We'd like to give you a 
by iM PERIAL demonstration, end cordially invite ; How to passed by voice vote and sentiits youth in aviation’ the CAP 
wom tt tho an teat vial to the Senate a $790.748.000 Board adopted a resolution to! 
fi public works appropriation bill Pm pe Se mygen clin pgm 
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1X up your for the coming year. \world.” The resolution called 
oe The measure as passed was for expanding the CAP Cadet 
Central Charge Service basement $27.7 million less than the re-|aviation program to make such 


quest submitted by President |‘"@ining available to “every 
young citizen in America,” ex- 


. ‘ Family outgrown your house? (Eisenhower. However, the ap-| pansion of a Nation-wide scho 
Wynton Wallpaper & Paint Co June Better Homes & ene propriation bill was $3.3 mil-\arship program in Pada Be ta 
) j ‘ shows how remodeling the lion heavier than the recom-|engineering and related fields, 


ment will help solve a lot of | mendation of the House Appro-| an expanded CAP Cadet flight 


your space problems. Whether priations Committee. scholarshi 

p program entailing 
| you need a play area for the Other major area projects in- basic flying instruction. and ¢ 
TL ESLILISEE, ARLINGTON SILVER SPRING children, a TV and music center, (jude $3.4 million for Cumber- more pete i related courses 


a spot where Dad cando“home- iand Md., and Ridgeley, W: Va.; 
1322 WN. Y. Ave. NW. 2801 Wilson Bivd. 8489 Fenton Street | work.” you'll find ideas on how $1.78 million aoe” Gh Craney galt ge nee leon ge sel Gen 
Phone Sterling 3-8585 Phone JAckson 2.7600 Phone JUniper 8-4509 | to put your basement area to rg disposal area in Norfolk, ca,j A “Tooey” Spaatz. USAF 
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can ~ al eeted yb neve epilepsy. | Connelly, White House appoint-|there was evidence Sachs had ye mail pining] too egg lng | Pp : A By °o s 
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June Better Homes & Gardens 
' prosecute tax evader Irving attorney for Sachs. ‘the Government disclosed that Associated Press | 
eran OF + wherever magazines {Sachs St. Louis shoe manufac-, Caudle, in the memotandum after Sachs was indicted for in| : controls the ng of legislation) Sica. Neulinn Chava 
turer, was introduced into evi-'to a Justice Department attor-\come tax evasion, Caudle sent) To Wed Roosevelt to the House —. us Mouvling arg 

medical reports on him to the The bill would raise first class! 
late Drake Watson. then United| Gladys Irene Owéns, a clerk (mail rates from 3 to 4 cepts an) STORY & CLARK GEORGE STECK 
States District Attorney in St.| in the Washington office of ounce and air mail rates from; CHICKERING MASON & HAMLIN 
Louis where the indictment was; Rep. James Roosevelt «p- (° ak = ye , nai tol H. M. CABLE WINTER STEINWAY 
returned. sop.| Calif), will marry her boss increamet 30 per cont over a| WURLITZER HUNTINGTON  STIEFF 

Arthur B. Cunningham, for-) atter his diverce becomes fivevear period for newspapers; SRADBURY MUSETTE CABLE-NELSON 
mer Justice Department attor. |tive-year pe papers; 
ney, testified he did ‘not know! final next month. Roosevelt |and magazines with less than! 9 z — 
why the medical reports were| ™ade the announcement this |five per cent advertising. The E JORDAN S§ ¢ 
sent to Watson. week, jincrease would range up to 120) , Bites 8 APS 

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Sachs pleaded guilty to tax per cent for publications with) 95 6 ¢ oY. 9332 Ge. Ave, $$. 5169 Lee wwy., Art, 


‘asi more than five per cent adver- . 
$40,000 fine but escaped’a pris-| WW? tising : | Staring 3-9400 Wiper 51105 = ‘amone 6-5068 
on term on health erenunde Wiley to Run | The bill would not affect — - 

Under cross - examination, ¥ fourth class mail. The Commit- 


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noth irregular about the han-| 
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Caudle, in opposing prosecution i 
of Sachs, followed the recom- sed Bone aw vaotien The bill. would yield these 

going for a fourth six-year term additional revenues: First class, 


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idea that our two favorite oc- 
cupations were ey oo 
; other in automobiles or chas- 
of the earth just as Anferican ing one another ‘around the 
movies have. The Siamese wide open spaces on horse- 


now have the hide back. 


aie Tie, tie TOWARD THE END of 
The South this year, Australian televi- 
Americans sion will get under way in 
have , o Sidney and Melbourne. There 
Cilies Areh- will be two commercial TV 
er. The Aus- stations and one government 
tralians will TV stations in each city and 
shortly~—tele- all six will go on the air at 
vision hasn't 
quite got un- once. Colin Bednall, general 
under way manager of one of the com- 
down under yet—get their mercial stations, has just 
notions of American matri- passed through town shop- 
mony from ": Love many. ping for American TV pro- 
For g*od or ill, American grams. 
oe seme oe a : were He came rather late to the 
webs ein sw pr oil ‘ feast. His commercial opposi- 
knows where it will all end. ‘on and the government sta 
For instance, Corliss Archer tion both rushed to America 
has got to be a great favorite and furiously competed for 
American programs. Bednall 
decided to take his time, to 
wait until they'd spent all 
their money and he'd be the 


in Latir America. And what 

will that do to their teen- 

agers’? In Latin America, no 

teen-age girl would per- 

mitted anything like the free- 

dom Corliss enjoys. Their only Australian here with 

teen-agers afe chaperoned money to spend. “What 

carefully until marriage. would you do if your opposi- 

What happens when their. tion had bought ‘Lucy’ and 

teens dircover Corliss cat £0 ‘Digneyland?’” he wanted to 

bucketing around the coun- know. I told him that, if he 
found the answer to that 
one, to let the competing net- 
works here in on the secret. 

They. haven't found the an- 

swer yet. 


tryside with any number of 
boy friends? A social revolu- 
Svccessful American shows 
are sure to be a hit in Aus- 


tion? Ziv, which markets Cor- 

liss, rather hopes not. They 
tralia, Bednall thinks. He 
bases this on their experi- 


AMERICAN television is 
infiltrating to the far corners 


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Television Highlights 


3 p. m—WMAL-TV., After- 
noon Film Festival: “Third 
Time Lucky” stars Glynis 
Johns and Dermot Walsh. 
A girl attempts to redeem her 
gambling boy friend. “ 

3 p. m-—-WRC-TV. Matinee 
Theater: Ann McCrae, Fay 
Spain and Laurie Carroll star 
in “Brief Music.” Two college 
undergraduates are in love 
with the same professor. 

7:30 p. m—WMAL-TYV. Dis- 
neyland: “The Goofy Sports 
Story” is a cartoon salute to 
sports, with Goofy as a skier, 
baseball player and football 
star. 

8 p. m.—WTTG. The Even- 
ing Movie: A brilliant and 
handsome advertising execu- 
tive is mis.aken for a patient 
by lovely psychiatrist Hedy 
Lamarr. “Let's Live a Little” 
co-stars Robert Cummings. 

8 p. m. WTOP-TYV. Arthur 
Godfrey and His Friends: The 
show is broadcast from God- 
frey's Virginia farm. 

8 p. m-—WRC-TV. Screen 
Directors Playhouse: Jack 
Carson, Lynn Bari and, Lola 
Albright star in “Arroyo.” A 
wounded woman tells Judge 
Lamar Kendall (Carson) 
about an Indian rafd in which 
her husband supposedly was 
killed. He investigates her 
story. 

8:30 p. m—WMAL.-TV. The 
Amazing Dunninger: Dunn- 
inger attempts to give all the 
pertinent data about a record 
selected at random by a noted 
singer from the shelves of a 
record store containing 2,- 
000,000 records. 

59 p. m~—WTOP-TV. The 
Millionaire: Sally Delaney is 
a talented designer of high 


fashions. Her employer ex- 
ploits her by taking credit for 
all her creations, until Sally 
receives the $1,000,000 chetk. 

9 p. m—WRCTV. Kraft 
Television Theater: Elliott 
Nugent stars in “Bedroom 12 
on the Appalachian Water- 
fall.” A businessman. who 
practices high-level larceny 
steals a valuable collection of 
old currency. He challenges 
the victim to prove him 


guilty. 

9:30 p. m.—WTTG. New Or- 
leans Police Department: The 
tragic fate of teenagers in 
trouble is dramatized in “The 
Teen-Age 13.” 

10 p. m—WMAL-TV. Box- 
ing Johnny Summerlin vs. 
Harold Carter, 10 rounds, 
heavyweights. 

10 p. m—WTOP-TV. U. S. 
Steel Hour: Gracie Fields and 
Jackie Cooper star in James 
Barrie's “The Old Lady 
Shows Her Medals.” A Lon- 
don charwoman, envious. of 
the women with sons fight- 
ing in France, adopts a sol- 
dier at the front and tells her 
cronies that he is her son. 

11:15 p, m.—WTOP.-TV. The 
Late Show: A pilot has 36 
hours. to clear himself of a 
homicide charge. The victim 
is his wife. “Terror Street” 
stars Dan Duryea and Ann 
Gudrun. 

11:20 p. m—WMAL-TV. 
The Night Show: Rona Ander- 
son and Pat Holt star in the 
mystery “Evidence for Hire.” 
A blackmailer is murdered by 
one of his victims. 

11:30 p. m—WRC-TV. To- 
night: Dance stylists Augie 
and Margo are guests. 


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Man About Town 


Stork Clubbers mf Gloria De Haven (trying to hide the 
heartache) has a Hialeah heir ready to replace the fiance she 
resigned from. Reason for the broken troth: She — to 
hear the wedding bells now. Not next Seeptember .. . Sammy 
Davis Jr and Cordie King (who* 


asn’t sure a week 0) are 
eee on the beam . ic sd herited the entertainment em- 


mone, who lost his MGM con-|p.re of South Africa) is in Lon- 
‘tract, dropped $8000 at the|don without him. Plans fight- 
Vegas tables. 
ton (linked with this and that Bobo Rockefeller’s . . 
Wolf) and Hollywood's 
‘Taylor won't leggo of the Long- 
‘Kisstance phone . . 
O’Brien (of the Palm Beach hope to nullify his power in| 
lerowd) and handsome Philip exiling anyone who gets on his. 
Schell (the French racing ex-|nerves . .. Aristotle Onassis 
pert) have the Carlton I ouse|(Rainier’s neighbor) and Mrs. 
set convinced .. . Vincent As-/O. are straining at the leash. | 
tor’s sister Alice Bouverie and|Rubirosa’s recent visit is sus- 
her original groom (Col. Serge | pected . Aly Kahn's lady 
Obolensky) are chummy —. companion was yanked off the 
She’s had three husbands since |Nice-Rome plane by income 
.. Count Rudolph (of Bavaria) | taxers. 

and “Miss Germany of '54 (Su- . 

zanne Erickson) were the Ro- | Seth Raker’s sister Renee 
meo and ea of Fog en Mo-iand Dr. Norman Dean (on 
rocco wee "Ss e@x-| 

husband George Sanders would on aaver's lee = up * a 
wed German star Cornell Bor-|*2°PPing - iiton Berle an 
chers tomorrow but her studio|/Henry Hathaway (of 20th Cen- 
chiefs (Universal-International) tury-Fox) are huddling. Berle 
are keeping-them asunder. . - will star in (and may direct) 
Correction: Xavier Cugat, we “The Cheese Stands Alone.” 


oe, Ss ee ee ey inspired by Jackie Gleason's 

The Quote “of the the Year: Bella |career .. + Oil Boat Olga was 
Darvi (it. terviewed at Cannes. introduced to the Nation a few 
by a Los Angles reporter) was | years agu in mag articles about 
asked about a rumored ro-jher talent for tripling her coin. 
mance with a chap named Rico Her dghir will wed Roberto del 
.» + He is a Paris restaurateur Marchesi Rossi Longhi June 
.» « La Bella replied: “I love 9th at Genoa, Italy..He is from 


politicai opposition to Rainier 


. Melissa Wes-|ing for a settlement larger than | 
. Grace | 
Don! Kelly’s crown rests uneasy. The | 


Dolly |is gathering momentum. They | 


him very much. But he’s mar-len old aristocratic family. Oil 

ried and I do not believe in go-'Boat Olga is now a resident of 

ing with married men!” Monaco . It’s a boy for the 
Michael Halls at N. Y. Hosp.. 

Sherman Fairchild’ s looker) Gary Crosby (Bing’s boy), now 

| is on the Ld. 


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Wednesday, May 23, 1956 


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11:15 a.m—WRC. Wee k- 
day Guest Book: William 
Zeckendorf, president of the 
realty firm. of Webb and 
Knapp, is guest. 

12:15 p.m—WRC. Patty 
Cavin Show: Actress Con- 
stance Bennett describes her 
new nightclub act. 

2:05 p.m—WGMS. Sy m- 
phonic Matinee: Bach, 
Chorale Prelude from Easter 
Cantata; Weber, Jubilee 
Overture; Saint-Saens, Cello 
Concerto No. 1 in A Minor; 
Liszt, Hungarian Rhapsody 
No. 2 in C Minor. 

3:55 p.m—WWDC. Base- 
ball: Washington vs. Kansas 
| City. 

6 p.m.—WDON and WASH- 
FM. In the Concert Hall: 
Handel, Concerto No. 14 for 
Organ and Strings; Bee 
thoven, Concerto No. 2; 
Martinu, Serenade for 
String Orchestra. 

8:05 p.m—WGMS. Sy m- 

phony Hall: Lully, Over- 
ture to “Armide;” Mendel- 
ssohn, Piano Concerto No. 1 
in G Minor; Schubert, Sym- 
phony No. 8 in B Minor, the 
“Unfinished.” 
8:30 p.m—WTOP. FBI in 
Peace and War: A young 
parolee wavers between 
going straight and resuming 
a career of crime. 

9:30 p.m:—WRC. Dust in 
Rhythm: Rose Murphy, the 
“Chi Chi” girl, is he from 
the “Embers” in New York 


city. Billy Maxted and his 


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Dixieland band from “Nick's” 
in Greenwich Village. 

16:05 p.m—WMAL. Box- 
ing: Johnny Summerlin vs. 
Harold Carter, ten rounds, 
heavyweights. 

10:30 p.m.—WWDC. Gang- 
busters: The final cal ture of 
convicted yey i ad-Eye 
Zalutsky,” is dramatized. 

10:30 p. m.—-WGMS. Opera 
Box: Scenes from R. Strauss’s 
“Arabella.” 


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Fair Lady” . Ex-Ambassador 
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Btis agog about bevel Suzanne 
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...« The Duchess of Tallyrand 
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are tense over the folks they 
invite. Especially the Cuban 
and Dominican Ambassadors. 
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American programs in for- 
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pers. Ninety-nine out of a 
hundred successful Ameri- 
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we do. 

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29.95 


Westinghouse 


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29.95 


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HOTPOINT 
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Adj. shelves, storage 
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2 5 9-95 


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List 229.95 


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Norge Washer ..179.95 
Hotpoint Washer 179.95 
Westinghouse 
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Westinghouse 
ryer 50 
Norge Elec. Dryer 142.95 
Whirlpool 
. 157.00 


Elec. Dryer ... 
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Dryer 147.00 
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21 Admiral 


95 E 
14 G.E. PORTABLE 


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429.95 Admiral 14-ci.-ft. 215,00 


FANS 
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Mobi'aire 
59.95 GE Mobile ......34. 
39.95 GE 20” Exhaust .. .23.35 
49.95 GE 20” Reversible 28.95 
59.95 GE Twin 34.95 
9.95 GE Utility 5. 
17.95 GE 10” Oscili ating 10.49 
29.95 GE 12” Oscillating 17.50 


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23.95 Sunbeam 11'%-in. 15.08 
26.95 Sunbeam 12'2” ...16.97 


COFFEE MARES 
12.95 Mirromatic 8-cup . 
12.50 West Bend B-cup.. ; 
26.95 Sunbeam 8-cup . 
29.95 Sunbeam 10-cup. . 
37.50 Sunbeam 

Coffeemaster 
21.95 Universal 8-cup ... 
19.95 G.E. 8-cup 


» TRONS 
14.95 Westinghouse Steam 9.95 
14.95 Sunbeam Steam ... 9.95 
13.75 Sunbeam Dry 8.66 
11,95 Westinghouse ...... 8.07 


MIXERS 
47.50 Sunbeam 
19.95 Sunbeam Jr. 56 
55.95 Dormeyer Chrome. .35.23 


FLOOR especie 
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66.00 Regina 03850 
*Includes Federal Tax 


HOTPOINT 
_ ELECTRIC DRYER 


Auto. timer & temp. 


Original Crotes 


ELECTRIC RANGES 


289.95 Hotpoint 30”... .201.60 
289.95 Hotpoint 39”... . 159.95 


359.95 Hotpoint 39” 
double oven . 245,52 
269.95 Westinghouse 30” 196.90 
DEHUMIDIFIERS 
139.95 RCA 
REFRIGERATORS 
419.95 Westinghouse 12 
cu. ft. auto. def. 299.95 
419.95 Norge 12-cu.ft. 
Auto. Defrost .. 199.95 
399.95 Hotpoint 10.7-cu.- 
ft. Auto. defrost. .261.45 
$29.95 Norge 13-cu.-fft. 
2-dr. Auto. defrost 299.95 
529.95 Philco 12.3-cu.-ft. 2-Dr. 
Auto. .... 319.95 
$39.95 Hotpoint 12-cu.-ft., 
2-dr. Auto. defrost 341.25 
CLEMSON HAND MOWERS 
28.95 16-inch 18. 
33.95 17-inch 
POWER LAWN MOWERS 
REEL TYPE 
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128.50 22” Gas 1.6 h.p. 89.96* 
, ROTARY TYPE 
89.95 18” Gas 1.6 h.p. $2.95 
109.95 20” Gas 2 h.p. 76.20* 
"With 4 Cycle Briggs & Stratton 


VACUUM CLEANERS 
79.95 Lewyt w/papoose . 43.95 
69.95 Eureka 43.95 
49.95 Eureka 


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39.50 Toastmaster 
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21.95 Westinghouse — 

17.95 Universal 

17.95 G.E. 


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79.95 Capri 
19.95 Roto-Broil Table 


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28.50 Sunbeam 16. 95 
29.50 Schick “25” 

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IRON 


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“Visualizer” 
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sq. in. Sole-plate; double 
AC. Weighs only 2% Ibs. 


STEAM 
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List 14.95 
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List 17.95 


Lightweight Porteble 


The lightweight mixer of a thousand 
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Greatly reduced at Dalmo. Model 
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TOASTER 


List 17.95 


Automatic 
Skillet 


List 17.95 
$T 2. .28 


Automatic 


Grill and 
Waffle Maker 


List 19.95 


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Get toast as dark or as li ght as you 
like it. Pops up extra high for easy 
handling of small pieces. Snapout 
crumb tray cleans easily. AC/DC. 


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List 39.95 


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Morning... 


THERE WAS MORE than met the eye in the six- 
player transaction that fetched third baseman George 
Kell to the Baltimore Orioles from the Chicago White 
Sox. It was Phase One of Paul Richards’ plar to shed 
his dual role as manager-general manager of the Balti- 
more team, 

Th qncoes, and more difficult, phase for Richards will be 
installation of Kell as playing manager 
of the Orioles, thus relieving Rich- 
ards of his managerial chores and 
freeing him for the more dignified 
front office duties with the Baltimore 
club. 

Richards’ task now is to sell the 
Baltimore stockholders on the wisdom 
and practicability of his scheme to 
unload some of his responsibilities. 
He would like to justify, somehow, a 
move that would call for the Baltimore 
club to pay his own salary of $50,000 
plus Kell’s $40,000 salary as manager. 
To this point it has been a two-in-one 
expense item, 

When Richards took the job at Baltimore two years ago it 
was with the plan in. mind to divest himself of what Bucky 
Harris has sometimes called “the monkey suit” of a field 
manager. Like Harris, Richards has worn the short pants of | 
a ball field character for more years than he has liked, and 
the dark blue suit of the executive has been his yen. 

Last summer Richards was trying to convince the Baltimore 
owners to buy Kell and make him the club’s field manager. 
There was some resistance, most of it monetary. Kell couldn't 
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GETTING RID OF his field duties would be one of Richards’ 
greatest triumphs. He is asking the Baltimore shareholders 
*to pick up a new tab after a horrible slump in the profits of 
their new franchise in 1955. In the first year of the Orioles’ 
reentry into the American League, the owners cashed in 
heavily on the enthusiasm, had a net profit of $430,000. 

Last season, under Richards, the Orioles showed a loss | 
of $86,715. Not only did attendance slump badly, but Richards 
went on a bonus-baby binge that cost the club treasury | 
$200,000 without scoring a single strike in the bonus depart- | 
ment. Richards didn’t lose his job because he has two more 
seasons to go on his contract, but the club president, Clarence 
Miles, resigned. 

The pitch that Richards will make to the owners with 
regard to Kell’s assumption of the managerial reins is a solid 
one. Richards fancies himself a top appraiser of talent and 
complained last year thag he did not have time to scout, de- 
spite the fact that he was the man in motion, often taking 

- leave of the club to make forays into the minor league talent 
areas. Richards wants to devote his full time to general 
management. 


KELL WAS AVAILABLE this year because.the White Sox. 
had an urgent need for pitching, and the Orioles had a 
pitcher, Jim.Wilson, whom they wanted. Wilson had come 
to the Orioles cheaply, furthermore, so Baltimore’s original 
investment in Kell was not a big one. That could be another 
Richards talking point with his bosses. 

Chicago’s eagerness to acquire pitching help is emphasized 


by some of the deal’s statistics. In Wilson they acquired a 34- | 


year-old righthander who at his age certainly is not going to 
be the foundation stone’ of any long range pitching plans. 
He could be valued, though, for his 4-2 record this year and 
his 12 victories last year with a sad-sack Baltimore team that 
barely bequeathed the cellar to a worse Washington team in 
the last week of play. 

The deal that Richards made, on the face of it, can be 
applauded by Baltimore fans. In Kell, they acquired an 
established hitter who had an average of better than .300 for 
his career, and whose .312 average was tops on the Chicago 
team last season. Currently he is hitting 313 and promising 
to supply some of the power that has been lacking on the 
Orioles. 


A FACTOR in the White Sox's reckoning is that Kell is 
nearing his 34th birthday, that he has been troubled with back | 
ailments in the past and that he has often murmured about 
“only one more season” as a ballplayer. They weren’t un- 
loading a young ballplayer whose presence with another club 
could haunt them for too many years. 

Whether the White Sox or Orioles came off best in the deal 
cannot now be told. But the late Clark Griffith was always 
reluctant to trade a pitcher, always aiming to acquire one in 
his trades. Never during his 44-year regime in Washington 


did his club sink to such low pitching estate as now bedevils | 


Chuck Dressen, whose Nats are reeling through the West in 
pitiable style due to poor pitching. 

By coincidence there came to this desk today from Betsy 
Linehan of 1414 N. Ohio st., Arlington, Va., a clipping from 
the Sporting News of January, 1940. It quoted Clark Grif- 
fith’s reaction to a rumored trade. “Trade Dutch Leonard 
for Ted Williams?” said Griffith. “Nothing doing. Get pitch- 
ing first and worry about hitters later.” 


Goodman Hits 2-Run Homer 


Brewer Defeats Cleveland 
For Sixth Time in Row, 5-3 


CLEVELAND, May 22 (‘*—Tom Brewer, Boston Red Sox 
righthander, ritcne< his sixth straight victory over the Cleve- 
land Indians tonight, beating them, 5-3, with the aid of a 
two-run homer by Billy Goodman, his first in 184 games. 

Goodman's homer in the; 
seventh inning, his first since! Stu Locklin, but walked Jim 


A’ Score 


5 Runs in 


‘game 39 minutes. 
‘kept up until the second in- 


‘loss for the Griffs and their 
‘currently disastrous trip. The 
|Nats are now only a half-game 
out of the cellar, a distinction 


‘lose the windup game to the 


|11 walks. 


‘on five walks and one double. 


Times Berald 


Ue Washingion post 


BASEBALL | 
RACING 


ports 


FINANCIAL 


| 
Signs of Renewed Interest 


Griffith Quick to Say 


WEDN 


1956 


ESDAY, MAY 23, By 


C lub Will Stay Right 


Second, Nats _“= 
Lose, 6-1 


By Bob Addie 
Staff Reporter 
KANSAS CITY, May 22 
Troy Herriage, a class A pitcher | 
last year, was an A class pitcher | 
tonight as he tossed a three 
hitter at the Nats to give the! 
Kansas City Athletics a 6-1 vic- 
tory before 9258 hardy spec-| 
tators. | 
The crowd survived several | 
rain storms which delayed the | 
A drizzle | 


ning when the A’s broke loose | 
with a deluge of their own, 
scoring five runs to salt away) 
the game. 


It was the fourth straight’! 


sixth in seven games on this 


they can gain tomorrow if they 


A’s. 

Kansas City only got four 
hits but had the advantage of 
In the big second in- 
ning, the A’s scored five runs 


Three runs were walked home. 
Stewart Leaves Early 


Here, Faces No Crisis 


By Shirley Povich 


Stafl Reporter 


Congressman Patrick J. Hillings of California yesterday de- 
clared Washington is unable to support major league baseball 
and urged the city of Los Angeles “to explore the possibility” 
of buying the Senators’ franchise. 

Hillings’ statement, issued to newsmen from his Capitol Hill 
office, was in the form of a telegram to Los Angeles Mayor 
Norris Poulson. He said that “lack of interest in baseball” 
here has confronted the Washington team with “a serious crisis.” 

The Congressman’s action drew an immediate and blistering 
reply from Club President Calvin Griffith who lashed out at 
“careless rumors,” and advised California interests “to look 
elsewhere and not Washington for their franchise.” 


Griffith Issues Statement 


“The Washington Baseball Club has never considered and 
does not contemplate transferring its franchise to Los Angeles 
or any other city,” Griffith stated. Griffith's full statement 
follows: 

“Because of the recent persistency of published reports, the 
Washington Baseball Club feels that it must issue the following 
statement. 

“The Washington Baseball Club has never considered and 
does not contemplate transferring its franchise to Los Angeles 
or any other city. Reports to the contrary are baseless. 

“These careless rumors are based on the false premise that 
the Washington Baseball Club is facing a serious crisis and 
that attendance is very poor. 


Attendance Up 


“The facts are that the Washington Club faces no crisis what- 
soever, and that attenflance is above what it was a year ago. 
“The Washington Baseball Club is now undertaking «a 
thorough rebuilding program which will ultimately bring this 
city a contending team. We have found more interest this year 
among the citizens of this com-* 
munity than ever before. We 


Bunky Stewart started and 
was knocked out in the second 
|inning. He was followed by 
|Truman Clevenger, Hal Griggs 
‘and Bob Wiesler. 
| Stewart was charged with 
‘three runs, Clevenger two and 
'Wiesler one. Johnny Groth, ex- 
|Washington outfielder, rapped 
\a homer off Wiesler in the 
‘seventh inning, his second 
isince leaving the Nats. 


Herriage struck out six and | 


‘walked five. After a shaky 
istart, he pitched brilliant ball, 
| yielding only one hit in the 
ilast seven innings. Jim Lem- 
‘on’s double was the only extra- 
| base blow the ex-Sally league 
| pitcher permitted as he won 
this first major league victory. | 


Nats Score First 


The Nats scored first In the 


inning when Lemon 
‘doubled and later scored on 
Stewart's single. But the A's 
wiped out that lead quickly 
when they scored five in their 
half. 

Groth opened with a walk, 
Jim Finigan doubled and Joe 
Ginsberg walked to fill the 
bases. Stewart couldn't find 
‘the plate and walked Rance 
Pless as Groth came in. 


second 


aiso wild, walking Pitcher Her- 
riage and forcing in Finigan. 
Joe Demaestri grounded to 
Eddie Yost who threw to Clint 
Courtney at the plate forcing | 
Ginsberg. 

Demaestri pulled a muscle 


going to first 
walked to the bag while .Court- 
ney held the ball instead of 
‘throwing to Roy Sievers. The 
oversight proved costly. 


Gus Zernial walked to score| 
‘another run and Harry Simp-| 


ison drove in two more with a 
‘double to make it 5-1. 

The action quieted down then 
iwith the Nats getting no more 
lopportunities until the sixth 
\when Jerry Snyder opened with 
a single and Pete Runnels 
walked. Herriage mowed down 


ithe Nats’ power a3 he struck | 
‘out Carios Paula and Sievers | 


lwhile Lemon fouled out. 

Groth smashed his homer) 
‘over the left-center wall in the 
‘seventh to give the A’s a 6-1 
‘bulge. 


SIDEBARS — The A's de- 
nied a reported trade with 
the Orioles tonight ... The 
proposed deal was to have 
sent Jim Finigan to Balti- 
_ more for Gus Triandos with 
a coupie of lesser players in- 
volved ... Something unusual 
occurred before the game 
when both pitchers warmed 
up o nthe same mound, the 
only dry spot around after 
the heavy rains ... The out- 
field was muddy and slow and 
the fielders 
holding their footing ... An 


series Wednesday . Dean 
mar.. 
a starting pitcher finish a 
game since Chuck Stobbs 
turned the trick on May 5 
against the White Som... 
The starting pitcher has been 
knocked out in the last 14 
A omny 

* 


| WASHINGTON 
'Y sb o* 


Clevenger took over and was! 


New 
and merely | 


| Chicago ; 
Baltimore 


had difficulty | 
pesutne 
| (2-2) r ra 


afternoon game winds up the | 
| (5-0) vs. 
Stone goes against Art Dit- ' 
. The Nats haven't had | S«hmiét 


|di-d) ve. wR "4 


JOY IN TIGERTOWN—Coach Billy Hitch- 
cock (left) of the Tigers jumps with joy as 
catcher Red Wilson rounds third base on 


his way home on a ninth-inning home run 
in yesterday's game with New York in De- 
troit. Wilson’s drive beat the Yanks, 3-2. 


feel that when thé weather im- 
proves, the fans will support us 
in increasing numbers. Wash- 
ington is a great baseball city. 

“We point out that for 18 
home games this season, we 
have drawn 123,295 paying spec- 
tators in contrast to 118,330 
over a similar period a year ago. 
This in spite of declining at- 
tendance elsewhere in baseball. 


“Serious Crisis” 


“We are not opposed to major 
league baseball on the West 
Coast. We simply urge those 
interested to look elsewhere 


franchise.” 
In his telegram to Mayor 
Poulson, Rep. Hillings Said: 
“The Washington Senators 
baseball club is facing a serious 
crisis. Lack of interest in the 
Capital city indicates an in- 


United Press Telephoto 


civic leaders of Los Angeles 


Detroit Stops Ford, 3-2 


Red Wilson’s Home Run 
2 «In Ninth Trips Yanks 


DETROIT, May 22 #®—Second string catcher Red Wilson, | 
6% |who had only six hits all season, crashed a two-run home run! 


Majors 


AMERICAN LEAGUE 


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York . 22 
Cleveland 
on 


Detroit .... j ag! ie 


YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 

Kansas City, 6; WASHING- 
TON, 1. 

Detroit, 3; New York, 2. 

Boston, 5; Cleveland, 3. 

Baltimore at Chicago, ppd., 

TODAY’S GAMES 

WASHINGTON at Kansas City—Stone 

(1-0) er Sone (0-2) vs. pemer (3-3). 


arese (1-2) 
i Sonqpen (6. or Pierce "té-1). 
reoit—Celem 


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NATIONAL L LEAGUE 
W.L. Pet. G.B. 
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Fe 
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571 1% 
536 2% 
443 5% 
333 8 
ee 280 «69 
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 
Cincinnati, 6: New York, 3.| 
Milwaukee, 7; Brooklyn, 3. 
St. Louis, 6; Pittsburgh, 3. 
Chicago at Philadelphia, 
ppd., rain. ) 
TODAY’S GAMES 
at Breekivan — Burdette 


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ert mates (i-4) or Mar-| 


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3 iss . Pittsbur night. 

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St. Louis ... 
Cincinnati .. 
Brooklyn ... 
Pittsburgh . 


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——_—Charges USC Is Big Abuser 


UCLA’s Cureton Says Illegal 


to explore the possibilities of 
purchasing the Washington 
franchise to bring major league 
baseball to our city. 


biggest sports center in the 
world for all sports except base- 
ball, had a major league fran- 
chise. I am convinced it would 
be in the best interest of the 
national pastime to expand 
major league ball to the West 


in Washington provides the op- 
portunity.” 


Hillings said he obtained his 
information about the “critical 


in the bottom of the ninth inning today and gave the Detroit! <ityation” of the Senators from 
Tigers a stirring 3-2 victory over the New York Yankees and newspaper reports and attend- 


dealt southpaw Whitey Ford his first loss. 
The dramatic clout which followed a lead-off double by'| 


‘ance figures. 
“I am not trying to embarrass 


Charlie Maxwell broke six-game streak for both Ford and the' the Washington Club, but I am 


and not Washington for the! 


ability to support a winning ball | 
club here. I urge you and other | 


“It is time that Los Angeles, 


Coast and the present difficulty 


Information From Newspaper | 


interested in getting the people 
of Los Angeles to get on the 
ball and acquire a franchise. 
This points up the opportunity.” 

Hillings’ reference to the Na- 
tional Capital's inability to sup- 
port “a winning ball club” had 
a curious ring with more knowl- 
edgeable baseball fans. The 
Nats haven't won a pennant in 
23 years, haven't finished in the 
first division in 11 seasons, were 
eighth last year, and were a 
bare game and a half out of the 
cellar yesterday. 


Plans to Address Congress 


Hillings has been an active 
campaigner for expansion of 
major league baseball to Calli- 
fornia. He is a member of the 
House Judiciary Committee, 
which conducted a study of 
major league baseball's mo- 
nopoly aspects in 1951. 

He said that he plans to ad- 
dress Congress today “for per- 
haps one minute,” to call atten- 
tion again to the desirability of 
taking major league baseball to 
California and “to steam up” 


Los Angeles interests. 


In December of 1953, before 
the St. Louis Browns’ franchise 
was moved to Baltimore, Los 
Angeles made a bid for the 
team but was turned down be- 
cause of the lack of monetary 
guarantees and the city’s fails 
ure to offer a suitable stadium. 


Nichols Farmed Out 


MILWAUKEE, May 22 \®& 
Lefthander Chet Nichols of the 
Milwaukee Braves today was 
assigned outright to Wichita, 
Kans., the Braves’ American 
Association farm club. The 
move made room for the re- 
turn of lefthander Gene Conley 
from the disabled list May. 25. 


— 


Yankees. 


Frank Lary, who had lost) 


three one-run games and had 
only one victory in six deci- 
sions, gained the victory in a 
tight duel with the Yankee left- 
hander. 

Lary restricted New York to, 
three -harmiess singles after a) 
rst inning uprising when the’ 
Bombers scored both their runs) 
on four hits. Lary came back) 
strong and faced only 19 men) 
in the last six innings. 

Maxwell opened the Detroit 
ninth with a line double to left 
center and raced to third when. 
the ball trickled past center-) 
fielder Mickey Mantle. 

Then Wilson, who went into 
the game batting .250, sent 
Ford’s first pitch flying into) 
the lower left field seats for the | 


victory. 
After the Yankees staked) ~ 
‘Ford to the early two-run. lead | 


he was almost untouchable un-' 
til the Tigers reached him for 
three singles in the eighth, 


spoiling his bid for a second , 


shutout. 
Harvey Kuenn singled to 
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Weta May 23, 1956 


i Bob Addie’s 


KANSAS CITY, May 22—The other day the Pitts- 
burgh Pirates drew their largest crowd in five years and 
there’s an interesting analysis with the Washington 
situation. 

For the past several weeks, there have been many rumors 
¥ 4 that the Nats were slated to move 
| somewhere else, possibly Los Angeles. 

The rumors, thus far, have been with- 
out foundation. A lot of people who 
don’t own the Washington Baseball 
Club-are the ones who are anxious to 
move it, but ‘perhaps Calvin Griffith 
would have something to say. 


Thus far, from what may be called | 


“an authentic source,” Calvin. has no 

intention of seeking greener pastures. 

Ever since Milwatikee broke through 

the barrier of precedent and adopted 

the ex-Boston Braves, franchises have 

Addie been something like a game of 
checkers. 

The St. Louis Browns were buffeted about until Baltimore 
finally got the winning number. Then there were the Phila- 
delphia Athletics who almost stayed in Philadelphia but 
averted that fate and went to Kansas City where the flush is 
still on the rose, despite the fact the club is no better there 
than it was in its old home. 

Los Angeles did have a chance to get the old Browns, but 
when the time came to get the money up, all the breast- 
beaters for major league ball in California mysteriously dis- 
appeared, nobody ever covered the ante and Baltimore wound 
up with the franchise. — 


FOR THE PAST several years, the experts have been saying | 
that baseball is on its way out in Pittsburgh and that interest | 
never again could be revived. The Pirates have finished in | 


the first division only once in the last 10 years after finishing | 
| loyalty, but it would be unthinkable to contemplate a city like 


second in 1944. 


In case the parallel still hasn’t hit you on the head, the Nats | 
| “one-eam” cities, abandoning major league ball. 


haven't finished in the first division since 1946 and they, too, 
finished second in the war year of 1945. 


Attendance at Pittsburgh had dropped steadily and, if any- | 


thing, the Pir ates have been worse than the Nats. For in- 


Column... 


stance, in the last six years, they've finished last five times. 
The Nats haven't been quite that bad. 

It was no wonder people were beginning to stay.away from | 
the Pittsburgh ball park, and last season the Pirates drew 
under 500,000, just as the Nats did. Suddenly the Pirates have 


. come up with some promising youngsters who have made the | 


pennant race interesting. They're playing good ball and the 
fever seems to have caught on because the fans are flocking 
back to Forbes Field, home of the Buccaneers. 


THIS ALL. PROVES what many baseball men have sus 
pected all along, that Pittsburgh itself is a good Sports town 
but It wants to get something of value for its money. This is 
hardly being stuffy. 

The same situation could prevail in Washington which, in 
the past, has supported with enthusiasm outstanding sports 
attractions. In other words, if the Nats could come up with a 
team: which would play interesting, if not pennant-winning 
baseball, the customers would come out again to Griffith 
Stadium. 

The critics will tell you that the Nats did have a respectable 
start this year and yet attendance is lagging. Interest can’t be 
revived overnight. 


BUT THE SUBTLE thing in all this is that a change of | 
franchise isn’t needed and it isn’t the answer. Washington and | 
Pittsburgh have demonstrated over more than a half century 
that ‘big league baseball can be supported. In every case of a 
franchise switch thus far, the change has occurred in what 
formerly were two-team cities, Boston, St. Louis and Phila- 
delphia. 

Where you have the only wheel in town, it’s a different 
matter. There’s no assurance that if you take a bad team to a 
good town that the latter will remain uncorrupted. It’s still 
too early to tell if Kansas City, for instance, will support a 
chronic second-division team for many years. 

There is, of course, a limit to the resiliency of the customers’ 


Washington or Pittsburgh or Cincinnati, or any of the other 
Instead of talking about switching the franchise, we should 


think about improving our ball clubs. There’s nothing wrong 
with Washington attendance that a good team wouldn't cure. 


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Ba va Maret Cater (Wik For Cards Over Pirates BERS ce 
BASEBALL — Washington Stan Musial’s single, his second of the night, scored what 
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So So Wins Title | ? Musial Decides 6-3 Game 
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Fuitation horse show. cham- BOXING — Johnny Sum- In - h 
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9 by KO; L-1; D-2), heavy. | . 
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TV (Ch. 7), 10 p. m. PITTSBURGH, May 22 (#—The St. Louis Cardinals scored two 
ww ‘Home runs by Johnny Logan, 
at Kansas City, DC (i260 proved to be the winning run. ° 
amazing new Free 44-page book | 2:30 Pp Mm. Milwaukee at two singles in a 13-hit barrage, against three defeats. However, 
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eu BROOKLYN, May 22 ‘®\and snap the Pirates’ three-game winning streak. 
How does the “56 Buick compore|  k. c.), 4 p. m.; Baltimore at Ed Mathews and Hank Aaron, The victory went. te Herm| 
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g, big Pirate! ° 
MASH DEALER heavyweights, from Detroit, | rhe defeat, Carl Erskine’s\first baseman. He had a in. | Defeat Giants 


9630 k. c.), 10 p. m. 
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- —_—__—— | pitched his no-hitter May 12,|f0ur trips. The homer Dating| p NEW YORK, May 22 
Power \ 

dropped the Brooks to fourth) .vorage, highest in the majors. best petp fed nog Retr germ 
place. Despite threatening weather, nati ied 
: ‘the Cincinnati Redlegs rallied 
Righthander Bob Buhl, who!a crowd of 19,316 watched the | to overcome the New York 
also defeated Erskine in the! contest. It was the largest night Giants, 6-3, today and move in- 
only other meeting this season'crowd here since June 6, 1952. to the thick of the battle for) 
between the two pennant con-| Vernon Law, Pirates’ right-| arst place in the scrambled Na-| 
tenders, picked up his third! hander, who lost his third game tional League pennant race. 


victory against two defeats, but|against a single victory, was! , le af 
(©) needed help. shelled out in the seventh when! , congo S ioeae — pe} 
| In trouble much of the way,'the Cards scored twice on a 4194, scoring two runs, driving! 
‘Buhl was yanked after giving walk and singles by Grady Hat-|;,,, 4° na) dh dli five | 
| ) pair an andling five 
‘up his ninth hit—a two-run ton, Musial and Ken Boyer. chances in left field. 
homer by Sandy Amoros in the st. Louis PITTSBURGH ' The rookie outfielder’s feats! 
eighth—and Dave Jolly fiD-| Bias’ame . J.O'Brien % made it possible for Joe Nux-| 
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SYDNEY, Australia, May 22 | Baltimore’s Walter Brown 
W. S. Kent Hughes. chairman Landon School tied for the Interstate Academic Conference A le D f [s W hi to 5. 4. who has lost only four of 2 
, rey e ea as tne I, bouts, will fight George Co 
organizing committee, left here | 
a an oo Ne ia vieit the United, Blackie Bruner and Tom Kern of Landon combined to pitch | Argyle Country Club, de-\into defeat at the hands of 44 Mrs. John Kerkam, Columbis. seored Goldie Ahearn’s boxing sho 
; a one-hit victory which deadlocked the winners with St. Albans, fending champions, regained Chevy Chase, 5%4-3%. The 7 Mrs. ¥ Goodman, Woeedmont, next Tuesday night at Capito 
Sid O23 21610 § 
is completed. Gelttin. Gelder (2) on Word, Ther- sociation team lead yesterday ond place, a point behind Ar- cdi aiiitnaian: os deimaidaes. 
Landon ove 224 x10 123 By Maury Fitzgerald edad 
Curran and Wilson: Serene. Kern (3), Chassbertat o24 43 | ay 13 | | Washington, 5-4. Chevy Chase pulled out of a fore. Prince Georges. scored ie 
mer (5). chert (7) and Gree odward P one of Stal! Reporter ; ‘ i © 1% for Mrs. J. P. Trowehaud an 
RADIOS _— aagperte ee ee ine ib (2) fan feo Guns Stern-visaged. Manly Parks, | Argyle started the day a half third place tie with Washington George "Noble. oe a enwoed, conte. Fred FORMALS RENTED 
Tones and Mahan; Gould, Shicutaken 
IN YOUR CAR h 5, ne on tree (Western), 724, | St. Stephen's oon be i ? 7? 8 Army general, marched into top were endangered by the hind Army Navy and onlv A‘0 fer Mrs. A pg Pwned I. ~ 
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. ok ae 2 m “ =e wpe (7) ee = ; ; my Navy defeate mont, 7%<;- 
St. Anthony's 101 002 4—8 12 | SSWeatbs (St, Stephen's), 4th, I annual Invitation Schoolboy)jinm Walsh and Mrs Lloyd ~— hington’s loss skidded|!" yp ey ~ By All Occasions 
BELMONT Geotsinger, Alien (6) and Whitt: Silas. Howard County o10 12 6 10 championship yesterday at Dennis registered over Betty th as roy th oo ° ‘ In the 5-4, a Wee, Wee eee 
(7) and Simmons. Home run— | Bi-} Montgomery. 330 ) OO 5 eek, Manor Country Club, leaving Garber and Georgia Mae Mc- ‘76™ Into four piace. 3%. ue. MEN’S WHITE 
— . 4 4] Neotenboom and Ricketts. Linthicum (6). in his wake a disillusioned [ 0 C 
TIRE & BATTERY CO. Rernden Iki i sa» oe tt 8 Sl medalist | Army Navy, however, ran| fused Kenvoee” Woodmont loa" mr Navy defeated Indibn serine.) @ FULL DRESS 
2415 lath St. N.W. 1 Snes) Bunt To) aad Hah. oh Beat, atner OO" jones,smith| Parks, a junior at Friends a1 y2-  Columbia match. Mrs.($ig2'! Kemneed, sefented Columbia 
— —— _~_- -—___- ---—--_—_—-_ — =| school’s golf team, eliminated 0 t 36, 38—74 ae 
Jack Doser, son of Woodmont ; iturpe-putted the 1st and 18th Norbeck defested Bethesda, 7-2; Con: GOWNS 
guerven. 1-25) © VEILS © FURS 
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opening match play round. | terday, Mrs. Nat Lubar o | Georges, par + ae tS aper icleatea Congressional, 5-4; ALL ACCESSORIES 
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Norbeck, was never up on| hole group, Mrs. Ted Cohen [Washington 3314 Woodmont 3 Open 8:30 to 6:30 P.M. 
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CONVAIR—POMONA | Bape Aes PI: “that t aSirs a. District 7-0265 
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Guided Missiles and Electronic Systems _||Rethesda. ousted Johnny Grubb,| Clark, 63 points; Class B. Mrs. | Mrs’ Howstd Lads und Mrs Fd. Grimuh. | “ai peg | 
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Hughes to Visit U.S. L } d Ti f L Ti le ‘(Keeps District Women’s Golf Lead Brown, Collins Fight 
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of the 1956 Olympic Games baseball championship with St. Albans by defeating Sanford be 
isi Prep of Delaware, 10-2, yesterday at Landon. iminates | lins of Elmhurst, N. Y., ff 
States and Europe. 
each with 4-1 IAC records. The? Wen 3 ' ' " 7 t| Arena. 
seeeanian idiiiemeees league season for both schools ‘Galtherabere o02 one Oe 7 6 ‘Grubb, Pa ] the Women's District Golf As- service club remained in sec- tea ta. for Mrs. "burton | Oste point 
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Washington on May 27, 30 miles east of Los Defending champion Deane | ners: ag ly ag marge Bese povent Rit Mrs. J. T. re W 4 i? pee ee yee ee Boat | Directory 
28 to discuss Engineer- Angeles. Beman advanced with a sur-| Morrow, low gross, with 105; |f2"°R*: pynace. scored FREE 1956 CAR X-RAY ~ POA} AM RUBBER—BOAT BUNK. 


prisingly easy 5-and4 victory; wre John FE. Grubb Brewer, Army Navy. | 
over Bruce Kessler, a Bethesda) putts 31 aa Joan eeclosen COLUMBIA, 744; WOODMONT. 1% ar vo torr FA, Tautou 


aie teammate and the 1954 cham- . aoe? a Mrs. 3. K. Barry and Mrs. Richard. 
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DESIGN THERMODYNAMICS Soli af Westies aa ie 


DYNAMICS ENGINEERING WRITING ond round the 18-year-old cham- 
OPERATIONS RESEARCH METALLURGIST pion meets Burd, who is not 


only a teammate at Bethesda 
but a fellow member at Be-| WAS, 
thesda Country Club as well. AN Ay The 4 


Bobby Lerner, another mem- 
ber of Bethesda’s undefeated 
_ golf team, eliminated Bill Cur- 
Contact our representatives tiss, another Bethesda star, l-up 
for an appointment, EXecutive in a 20-hole match 

; 30 A.M. to 6:00 ™ ' | 
3-5037 from 8 4 38, 1988. Lernér was 1-up coming into| 
P.M., May 27 and 26, the 18th but lost that hole and | 
then won the 20th without even| 
having to hit more than his tee} 
‘shot that ended up in the! 4h] 
woods. == : ; te . ahi Sf Why gomble your life on worn ovt fires? 
Lerner Plays Cullinane | , 3 | Here's safe riding ond good mileage gueran- 
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Curtiss drove in the woods’ | CAP TIRES NOW! 
but when he failed to get out) et XP 
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Washington State Recapes [os THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERALD 


dora Moy 23, 1956 a, 
Copyrieht. 1956. by The American Publishing Co. s1aata NU ATT. f $10.20 $6.60. $3.60: BANATA, $8.00. $4.00: 


Trotting Charts at Rosecroft _|Minniear Fines Kick 
WEATHER CLOUDY—TRACK PAST Conference Unes Us UE edakin Sign Te oday’s Events 


: Cmgey d Suspended 
Bt tits eo ee ales 28 | ea Vian sae er St pe IP ati fic Corsi Schools ‘Oregon Bacl k tener Dealer Collese ot Neve 


| i . Str. ah owas |W _ Time "3.08 
t osecr 0 t | Dick James, speedy Oregon | 
VICTORIA, B,. C., May 22 (®*—The Pacific Coast Conference | halfback, yesterday became (1)! 


(Ack ermast 

n? / 

z earn. a “(Ey 
5 slapped fines up to $1550 on eight of its nine member schools| ’ d (2) 
xo Sven wiser mid) : | , By Jack Walsh today and tightened Ra strings - — and booster clubs. > ar: tall al ‘washing Dunbar: 
: Snares OS ; Staff Reporter Washington State College was the only schoo] given a clean} ‘s 
Haha com He s0: AMITY HANOVER. el ea ° 1730. 4-00 rivers s & ’ ad ‘on Redskins. 
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ohths.*s - $240. MARYLAND WATTS | Buck Minniear. leading driver) bill of health. | The Redsk 
SECOND RAC arbi “mile “ace) Georse ‘an! feeb ! se baby one-sixteenth miles (pace), Purse.|@t Rosecroft, and two other; California drew the top fine of $1550 and beleaguered UCLA ¥ ie : a oy omc =, K ' 
Ra: by Gucen’s idac--Hollyrood Bonis bs Mollvrosd Termes. | Win bp clase ie Ree Han ve Mix Coiie Grattan | Reinsmen felt the wrath of the; and Washington did not escape. ceipt of a contract from James, | 
Hor OddesbY Silent Grattan, ‘Fime. 2 13% | judges yesterday. | Already hit with a financial deduction 0 of close to $95,000, the| > wey 9, a pound a pee pss championship at ation , cchesiber 
| $5 r PP son%5| Minniear, with seven win-| University of California at Los; debt dr eo ato g 0 neat Motarteuten Prey 
38 ners in 21 starts and 13 of his! 4 ngeles drew an additional fine season HOOL TENNIS 
: . St. oy at "Lana 


mounts in the money, was set ‘of $350. Washington, which) Carter Boxes 


17.00 down for five days for a drive 


(Mubbard) % Hil with Frisco Sota. He was ‘stands to lose $52,000 in Rose _- 
5:60) Summerlin in TV | 


(Grenier) 0 
ke piride Pa d [ ea W sin , 70-year 
AR EANP MAC BiGes, BE 4% 83.40: PRINCESS mE-| sake site (UPorhed OU, 35 05.00 50.80; BETTY! to take sagt veer pc pe a ae cae 
' J 52 n9 9 a) : 
A ‘ 3.60; JOJO $5 PRENCH. 84.20. $3.40: PORT OF CALL , $5.00. | night. probation, has to dig up $250 Bout Toni ht 
| for minor violations under té- £ 


DAILY DOUBLE (44) PAID $54.20 william’ N Reynolds Meemorail’ Vscond ai | Charley Lambertson received | 
290, Off ( Winner Pal f ay as. “DLs ia 10-day penalty, heaviest | iday’s ruling. DETROIT, May 99 (FA Win a Pontiac 


HIRD RACE—One le ¢ ¢). Purse. 8800 in Gallon—The Charmer by 
mile (pac aT se. a odd. | Meted out at the meeting. Lam-| These fines all were in the pair of ambitious heavy- 
isg0|0ertson was charged with al- normal line of conference busi- weights, Johnny Summerlin a Wy ILSON PONTIA re : 


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ik: “Kitty Lee it by Lee Srarvester "7 have “s oa flat) : mies ; 
5.40 
1330) ety Mreneemgrinsgut ymin he Ness for the spring meeting.|..q Harold Carter, square off SILVER OQ SPRING 
ceria Measver (Cnintoen' 10-82\was driving Princess Lindy. line o was nothing today in the) i, 4° 10-round nationally tele-| 4 ? 


. : (Duer Jr.) 
rucita (Fleming) 
icky (Hylan) 
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: ; , 4-49 GALLON. £3.60. 3.60. 2.80: SHAKE UP. 9.00, 4.40 Dave Legum, a Washington-|!ine of probation oouere © vised battle tomorow night at 
Pols by ihe * Pros sot + Py : / wordy BRU CITA. 2.80 ian, got a 5-day ban for crowd- | marked previous a Detroit's Ol oho g / ——— aw - 
aProke stride. *Parked B) Provisiong! | EIGHTH RACE—One mile (pace) CC classified, Purse. ing two horses while handling) ‘sessions this month. hi a aon : Al ¢ 35 N 
MR LEE BROO 80. $4.30. 43.80. PARRY ADIOS $900. Off 10:59. Winner. Gray Byot gnd R. £ Arm-| Jess Direct and causing Fast; Today's fines followed by a| It is billed as another in a ST- 2 iy as _& 
day the latest crackdown ON) series of elimination bouts to | “ 
A see and drive drawing 


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ee Soe Se BRONNER, $1.00 one’s bf "a by nian at Dream wo 33 Vermont by Dick 
rouRTH RACE—-One mile (trot). Purse. $800. CC Reynolds ‘Time. 2:09 ‘fla | Ray taen to break. 
‘UCLA, which deprives all! 
Bruin football players of one. find a successor to the title va- 


glass ithe off 9:24 Winner. Jd W. Down! Be’s bik. ¢. (9) ee Driver PP 


att Gal lon—Helen Galion by Scotiand Tin : K he (Edmunds) 
Sky ' Ear 
Dancer, one of the best driv- 
traty California was nicked today|both Carter, ranked seventh TE ila 
rs in tl ss pm . LYMOUTH SERVICE CENTER 
ers | f 1e business, got the itor improper issue of compli- | among the heavyweights, and WASHINGTON'S LARGEST CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH SE 


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180 imhty_ Luck business in the first division 


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J 54 IMA KNIGHT 4.20. 3.00. 3.00: ISLE OF SKYE. 4.00 | of the William N. Reynolds gga — im oa for Summerlin, ranked fifth, it is 
39 40 PRASMITE. 8.46 Memorial last night Han- | n P P the first “big” fight 
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ETTA KEY was pd) aced fourt Attendance 6963. Total Mutuel Handle £257.960 dling Citan, 2 to 5 favorite | terview.” Carter, “— makes his home; 


Dancer was lucky to save the | Sdaho ren second, with a fine’ in Linden, N. J., has hat] only . the Pp Sp ] 
> > | erage gp Ey Hae of $1000 for “irregularities in a1 fights, He has won 18, half of ; Royal aint ecia 
Watch Walsh N Winners at Rosecroftt | liette, $12.20, giving a neat | the aot atht labor program for ‘and drew twice. Carter’s only| . ... on Any Make m4 Done 
2 | driving exhibition in the bar- student athletes.” was charged defeat was a TKO loss to ‘ha the newest, most modern 

, . ¢ er Wayne Bethea, whom he later| ‘ Chrysler - - Plymouth paint 


; | gain... Maryland Watts was . 
Contender - : : $650, Southern California $500, : a 
oot set oe second. Speaking of drivers, | Oregon $350 and Stanford $250 ee = Yond birth | shop, under the supervision 
Oe oo of Thomas Biowe, mgr. 


FIFTEENTH NIGHT OF 24-NIGHT MEET (6 Nibble Express (Belote).. 
POST TIME—4&:15 PF. M. , ! Ww 


Out of 3 Ellis Myer isn’t one to be 
overlooked. . . .The Harring- bas yar ~ tg the day just eight days ago. | 
| ONLY $49.50 


ton, Del., veteran got home in ‘conference directed Southern 


ree. _ Soee. Claes B. 

| the sixth with Miss Dawn 

pe ly . : California to return $25,000 of 
R! ight “there Grattan at an $82.20 mutuel. | Pa y Hou h Races , mau 
cg Myer does well with the |ETe" trated fosor “Igarmrday at Manase reco sor 

at hae ae ; in the $7500 eo _ The statement said the con- Saturday at Manassas — , Complete stick of sate Ser a2 ime 

at Acton goes in the ric A . . . ;, oft ths, Dodges. De Sotos, Chrysiers, 

SIXTH re cage Eg oe ae- sixteenth miles (pace). Fleming Memoria! pace for 3- — — ae Seney MANASSAS, Va., May 22 . Sette see ta oe ) 

si! A-AA’ Handicap "| year-olds. . . . Billy Haugh- TS ee foomine to onto | Roscoe (Pappy) Hough, 53-year- ; ee nee ae Ses 


6-1 Slight edze ., | Sibly not conforming to confer- . , 4 . 
Aiwa ton’s’ charge set a world’s pate old Paterson, N. J., driver, will ice Headque 
- ence rules and policies.” - oe 

record for 2-year-olds last Asked if this Pe cose to pre- be a featured competitor Satur- 1 1240 Y'Upsbur St St. iw. 


ane ¢ i. . vaetamen Bnei — publicized raffles, the day in the egy ys mode! 

: ‘ pie tips EF tr * |conference spokesman, Dr.) stock car race at Old Dominion 

ee oe eee Class, re _ gree in yn ite ‘Glenn Seaborg of California,;Speedway. Other top drivers 4100 Ga. Ave. ‘ve. H.W. 
contenders... The other half ‘said he could “neither deny will be Charlie Dyer, Bill PLYMOUTH, CHRYSLER, IMPERIAL... Cal! TAylor 9-2900 
of the Reynolds memorial fee- ‘nor confirm the question.” /Brown and Bill Morgan. 

ture was captured by Harry 
Miller’s Sir Gallon in 2.04 4/5. 
Nice time but the $3.60 win 
price didn’t compare with 
Miss Dawn Grattan’s $82.20. 


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|x ANKS—From Page 51 


| ~ Tigers Halt 
Mae Young Wrestles On Legion Show Results | 
Mae Young and Gloria Bar- show Saturday night at George Coles mene een rs Vaukoes 5S 2 


ratina will be staging a repeat Washington High School ny g tend ess, Seton. Halk 

Stadium in Alexandria. ee Wheaton’ 2|Kaline, hitless in his first three | 
Miss Barratina won when the Western Michigan 4 Notre Dame 
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trips, singled him to third. Bill : My name is Newt Kook. My whiske 
in the semifinal of the annual two clashed in the first Legion mol saecL - Tuttle’s cinta past Sbertibee ge , on f 
American Legion wrestling show a year ago. ‘Coolidge 17 .... Meosevelt ©! scored Kuenn with Detroit's ae . is made in Kentucky. There’s an old saying 


‘first -run. ed ae . 
The Yankees threatened to| ete we like around these parts... 


make a run-away of it in the 
first inning. Hank Bauer sin- 
'gled, Billy Martin doubled and 


son drove in the second run 
with a line single to right. 
DETROIT 


| Joe Collins singled across the e. ce i pb “a3 a \ | 
‘first run. After Mantle popped | ag se F a 
out to the catcher, Eddie Robin- a - a 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD. 
| Wednesday, Moy 23, 1956. 


Around The Tra 


Horses and People 


onnh 


By Walter Haight 


JOHN D. SCHAPIRO, Laurel's president who popularized 


international racing in our parts, will be off and sailing for 
Europe Thursday to drum up trade for the Washington (D. C.) 
International, the fifth running of the November nee. He'll 
see the big races in England and ; : 


i. 


France and may extend the tour into 
Italy and other countries in the event 


they reveal possibilities 


Laurel test... 


for 
Schapiro also is look- 


the 


: 


‘featuring a Tuesday program | 


Christiana 


Horse Wins 


At Pimlico 


By Walter Haight 
Staff Reporter 
PIMLICO, Md., May 22 
Thinking Cap,/pointing for the’! 
Dixie Handicap here on Memo- 
rial Day, carried 123 pounds to 
victory today in the Druid_Hill, | 


_ Racing Selections at Pimlico Track 


e— 


ines Pose 
Gellitaanin 
2 


aribe Boy 


Diy e 
Arson 


Hi-Sag 
= er Dec 
. ar_Year 


= 


re ow feanes 


Li'l Shrimpie 


x 


Con ue Stevie 
- 1. Force 
ak Been 
Sneak eview 
Tama What 
amal 
Reterita 
A BIT 


—— Cape 
sinbow Street 
fos 
uw Bhrimpie 
Madeir 


7 


a 


oie 


ere 


aa ae 


Bird 
we 


fists, 


ti Porce 
ts 
— 
ampace 
Reterita 
Pannies Rose 
aribe Bow 
inbow Stre Street 
Arson 
Go ‘* Bit 


Risgnie Bw 
ie Miss 


Golden Cy 


“bie aia 
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v 
Risac" Deck 
ag 
artesia 


oa Bit 


. | Bye 


‘L SHRIMPTE 
| BBs — ntom Gold 


Hi- Hi-8ag 
Quart er Deck 


x 
rae 


Rass 
jody. joseph 


amal 
Know What 
teri ta 


ee 


Street 
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So ae 


ie 


qa oom, 


Relntor Street 
pe a ee 
“BShrimpie 


King Flush 


jlor 7 aig ai Weber 


gpier Lad 
ever J 
Eagle Speed 


Sailor faa 


t Pair 
gc? erna Lee 


nF A distinctive, 
Pythfeld distinguished 
remembrance! 
Handsome, 
mirror-fini . 
engine-turned cap 
and matching trim, 


Streamlined for easier 
gnp. And, of course, 

a full range of 
personal point 
selection. Comes in 

6 deep-tone colors. 
Complete ang ; 500 


shown . 


For the girl graduate 
= aren the i 
“Petite-Pak”’ pen and 

pencil purse set in 

any of 6 gay 
pastel colors. 
Just . 


J - ¥ 
us ir 
Verna Lee 


Paddeck Picks ’Em at Pimlico 


Top form now 
n't be overlooked 
r 


[evewiniers 


ing forward to seeing Schapiro, the 
22-year-old full brother of Wilwyn, 
named for him by Robert Boucher, 
owner of the first International win- 
ner. The youngster is staked for Eng- 
land’s Triple crown next year .. 
Colin MacLeod Jr. has shipped 
Besomer, Obair and the other horses 
under his wing from Lavrel to Dela- 
ware Park to await the May 28 open- 
ing. Besomer, winner of Bowie's Gov- 
ernors Gold Cup, hasn’t seen action 
since the Kentucky Derby and is being Haight 
pointed for the $25,000 Kent and the 

$50,000 Leonard Richards. Obair had an unbeaten record at 
Laurel and Pimlico, winning four straight .. . Seems there's 
plenty of life left in Euclid, who was believed to be done 
before the Pimlico meeting opened, and now _has won three 
straight grass races. Ella K. ¢-~ anes 
Bryson thought enough of the 
8-year-old son of Fighting Fox 
to claim him out of Monday's 
race for $4250. 


ad Lee 
Mad Gander 


erna 

lwatched by 8462 customers. re en  P 

The Christiana Stables’ + 
year- ld, winner of the 1954 
|Pimlico Futurity on this track, 

‘reached the finish line three 
and a half lengths in advance 
of a tight photo for second in} 
‘which the camera gave the nod) 
to Auburn Farm’s Powder jimmie 3 
Flask over Coalport, owned by , -- —Confuser 
‘Mrs. Henry A. Parr III. leeecoe bet a 

The victory, the first in three',i-"""' ** 

'1956 tries, was achieved in the Sotien Cape 
‘interests of the favorite players "iby Shrimpie 
who collected a $4 win mutuel. “So insac 31. 
Last year, Thinking Cap won oP Sater ces 16 
‘the Travers and the Lawrence speed 
Realization, the last named be- 
carella, former Nats’ pitcher, ing his final 1955 success. 
is recuperating from a minor 
imavetion. He's in Baltimore's Apprentice Suffers Fracture | Chptegey J. 
Union MemorialHospital.... | Thinking Cap, always close Friena 14. Havoe 
While Needles rests, Fabius pobggh oan Sg wig Poem | — ties ‘Dell 17. Akbar Khan 

rj ean’s 
$50,000 Garden State pot this |command when placed to pres-| ¢—Werian" it, "Wissel Bel“ 
weekend. a Se Nelson, who rode | Capa PriMUm 29, Harlem Maid 5. 
5. 


ampace (Clark) 
eterita (Crvam) ew 
Advice :Cata 

Surprised (Rogers) 


claiming: 


7-2 
4- 


RACE—Purse, £2800 8-year-old maidens: 


Should handle these 
Improve e 
wih Ne right 

was t: rates 


vist, 


“CONSENSUS 


AT PIMLICO 
Bird 13, Sas 


17, Fiee 
18, 
Hampace 
21, Rainbow 
75. Dive 9%, 


Nipper 9%. 
Officer 134, 
Gaudeamus 4&, 


Beauty | 


— 7) 


i Tie Bw VOM 1mm 
to se) oT 


FOROWO 4VqHO COVOooC0oO 


wa 
Stacked Deck ‘Shuk } 
Hes A Dream (Martin) 
immie M. (Bush 
Sunny Mowies (Hollan d) 
n 


A F 
Bhaniel 


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PKs DAAH ID woh 


6. 


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Street | Chaconne ‘Clark 
Babyface Jones iLeone) 
Darling | } gee! a (Green 
lessed Sun (No Boy) 
Deck 616 Man Shy ‘Vasil: oubtful starter 
13. Eacle SeCOxD RACE—Purse, 82500; 4-year-olds and up; claiming: 
“7 ne and apa miles (16) 
‘Dever Dam (Shuk) 4- 
onfuser ‘No Boy) 2 


more racing 
M. Schwevdel entry. 


3-year-olds;: 
best 


aloukenman Stable and M 


»Fipt A CE—Purse. 83000; 
urionegs ‘terf) (9) 

Rai npow ate tenet ins, 
Mr Weeper ee Thro 


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toe ee 
SOSSSUT0 PeOo@m 


claiming: 
bet 


ee tt pet ht ht et + ee pet pe pee 


Pe pe he pe et ee! 
Sanaas 


Quarter 
Weber J. 


. Day's 
his one Cape (Nelson) 
ull (Zakoor) 


game Laurel's Joe Cas- AT BELMONT lesen thandas’ 
& 


—You Go & Basle Call 7, Some 

poueer 13. Gay Warrier Lit 
The Proff 9. Permain 9%. 
nd Cry > 


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Fiasco (No Boy) Hardly the one 


SIXTH RACE—Purse. S3300; 4- penr-enee and up; claiming: 
one and one- sixteenth reper 

8 Dive ‘Grimm , jn here 

4 Arson ‘No Boy) s in class 
Li'l Shrimpie (Rogers) 

Go a Bit iMikkonen) 

Phantom Gold (Shuk) 
ca! (Catalano) 

arling addy (Neilson) ‘ 

Hot F'ame (Nelson) oe for improvement 

Waited ‘Nelson May need racing 


NTH RACE—Purse. #3500: 3-year- a 
i-Sag (Vasil) ; _ - rd 
uarter Deck (Nejson) 

itch. )) 


VPerwoHwor ~~ 
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Ot OOo pe pn F-++  pe 
—“SCBROSLVUUN 
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tletee 


$500 


Re sh) ai 
Piag Officer (Veet) 
Tarry Not (Gr C'ose 
n the Market No " per) off neers tast “time 
tin) Closer if goes 
Nothing lately 
Show mo 


BEN A, COHEN, Pimlico’s 
president, spikes latest rumor 
that the Maryland Jockey 
Club track will be sold to 
erect Baltimore's largest 
shopping center... To H.O.B. 
—In the 19 runnings of the 
Derby Trial three winners 
also won the Derby. They 
were: Dark Star, 1953: Hi il 
Gail, 1952; Citation, 1948... 
To G. W. Kraus—“The horse’s 
prayer” is by an unknown au- 
thor whom I suspect is Hor- three owners, is a top ama- 


ace Wade, Gulfstream Park 
publicist and I understand it | *°"* linksman on Long Island | 


is not copyrighted ..,. To Under Shuk’s handling, 
Hyattsville Herb—The last | the colt didn’t run out as 


race run at Havre De Grace | when disqualified in New 
was in 1950. The plant was | York—but he didn’t finish in 
sold the following winter to front, either. So the whole 
the State of Maryland for a thing added up to no im- 
National Guard supply base provement ... Fisherman, at 
—and the Graw was no more | 123 pounds, looms as the 

‘T ost Time, U.S.A.,” turf- highweight among the prob- | 
dom's TV show, will be | able starters in the 55th Dixie 
viewed three times this week Handicap at Pimlico on May 
on WTTG (Channel 5). The 30. Fred Colwill, racing sec- 
film carries a sequence fea- | retary, assigned Blue Choir 
turing Delaware Park and | 126 but that thoroughbred is 
the 1955 running of the $150,- unlikely to leave the Chicago 
000 Delaware Handicap, area. Thinking Cap and Joe 
world’s richest race for fillies | Jones were given 119 pounds 
and mares, won by Parlo. | with Chevation and Kaster 
Showings will be Thursday getting 117. With the race on 
and Friday at 11:15 p. m. and | the grass, Kaster, winner of 
Saturday prior to the ball | the Riggs, will get a strong 
wy backing ... Whatever became 
of the 3-ye ar-old Nail? Six 
tries, no victories ‘this year 
. » » Molly Mutuel says, “I've 
been looking for some Sun- 
day horse action. Do they bet | 
on those polo games?” 


Cheese the right point 
fer the wey you write— 
number | 


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- Longshot Daily Double 
JIMMIE M. and RED ELF 


From that point Armed Truce 

wot ng wire he drew out grad-| AT GARDEN STATE 

ua | sex’s Errer 18 Guadalupe 14, 

Thinking Cap; performing on strate, Se azsberry "16, Lebis 10, Winning! 

tbe main course, was clocked in Fieet 5. 

1.43 3/5 for the mile and 70 Noble Warrier a ad 
26. Ancient 11, 


4—POS 
‘yards. The track was fast, de- Black Frest 3. 
Cartel °. Gee 15, 
o 
6&—Damaris 16, Rich And Rare 


ispite a thundershower which 
abated just.before the field 
broke. The Dixie is a mile and |™*shegcbe Boas os smerry Self 
Pa furlongs on the infield Menta i wach 

SS. 4 

Edward Decker, 17-year-old AT SUFFOLK DOWNS | 
| bo at Ro gp ae a) ixflay's Choice 28, Super Toy 1) 
fractured right collarbone in a = en 12. Miss! 
spill that marked the second —. weber ieee: 4 os 
‘race. me. ae Trial ¢.| 
He was riding Philip Miller’s Pepe a | TIGER 24, Ripprelia 7, 
Chance Tip in the grass event gina tient 13, | 

n i 


5—Treat Me Sweet 15. Welt Jr. 
and had the chestnut gelding |“¢—medet Piiot 14, Pilot Model 11, | 
Race Selections Madeira Girls Have 


in forward position going into | Teds Jeeo tI. | as rep Flush 9. 
A.P. AT BELMONT act Field Day at Niraietiia | 
METAQU ES T—Changed 


the clubhouse turn. ‘Dart Forward & A Toute Feree 9, 
nhistees. Some Trade. Jack An 
The Madeira School golf panas last time, tab this one. 


¢ Ge 17%, 
Horse Trips in Hedge Willie 14. 
| he Collier, Tudorka, Steam 
squad will hold a field day at’ REMAND — Needed recent 


riddle *, Pincky 
| Chance Tip bore into the|**™ Company o—Tbe Colmer, Sugerne. Steentia. 
hedge, tripped and fell over; GARDEN STATE RESULTS | foe? Fiddle, Counts Bouquet, Tin 
Westbriar Country Club Friday start; has some class. 
| BRIGHTY—Good turf track 


into the infield proper, throw-| cider’ furlomas: $3500: Att S—Little Dell Akbar Khan, Writer. 

ing Decker into the clear, al-|tisht Step (C'pinelil) 1-60 6.00 tte! cht, Gemeraid. Prophets, 

though the boy landed on his Wise Pop (Stevenson) 10.80| Bell. UM, Gaclle Chief, Dediey evening. 

sbowsaer. oe es Lenal Darbury. Coach Nancy Spicer has di- horse; will win here. 

| ecker was ae 
Railbird Long Shot 

GALLIGASKIN 

Fourth Race, Pimlico. 


Gang 
the Lutheran Memorial Hos We A.P. AT GARDEN STATE vided a squad of more than 20) 
ONIGH on television 


NICK SHUK, who rode 
Golf Ace in the Preakness, is 
by far the best golfer among 
the jockeys in. this’ area, if 
not in the country. The colt 
was named Golf Ace because 
Philip Weinsier, one of his 


THIRD 2-year-old maiden 


RAC £3000: 
seldings: five furlongs (16) 
Dis Neiso 
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2. 32500: “eam and up: claiming: 
116 §-2 


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EIGHTH RACE—Purse. 
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FOURTH RACE—Furee. 82800; 4-year-olds and up: 
ix furlones (16 
aKines Pose (Zako . Winner here 
5 Galligaskin (Gonsal es) Conditioned in Plorida 


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| Horses to Watch 


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— ket 
iA miles: $3500 | 1—Guadalupe. Radiater. Casey's Error. girls into Red, White and Blue) 
pital where he joined Carlos South. Tyrone (R’buto) : 5 —Settepaceom. reapesity. Kinds teams. Miss Spicer is a pupil of| 
Gonzalez, who was injured | Sery, Special (Williams) 20 Roush. ‘on, miss Mie Garlem, Westbriar pro, 
when his mount crashed into pr tuth Hanson, Rinda’s Dream. Warm mi (General Dillon, Miss und in turns instructs the Ma- 
imei nougo, S important nt ice 

aF inside fence here last/staik: One Buck, Adearishe. | 5—Warmed Over, Corfel. 1 Geesee ic deira girls in fundamentals of 
riday. se” Music, ' th Next year, Madeira 

DAILY DOUBLE PAID $408.80 ae = te. Busy Har-|‘UE Same. Next y 
Decker recently had ipiacenat: oe we “08 ~—Balekiave 11, Roommate. Be hopes to play a series of matches 
to action after a suspension for | microbe urlongs; . rH 


m 
; 8—Jabnek, Dieddorine, Half Sheil. ‘with other girls’ schools. 
careless riding incurred at) ‘Errard’s Pride (Roulmetis) 6.20 .3 
boy |& Rich, Acres. Gam Hellgate. Salmative. Blackamoo SUFFOLK DOWN ENTRIES 
who got the big-time saddle|— — i Sehn Lu 
in quarter) Miss Erien (Begimetis) 16. 385.40 10 4.00 i—Challefont, Hy Dandy, Sleeping Clay $ Choice 
Gonzalez is showing a re-| -Paylowa (Hartack) 
_ spentee, Cg 
one BS —Mr. A.. Miss Reco, ttle Commend SS. 
aocy. am ~ 
The Cuban rider has/|""Gh-bead heat for third anes. 
Rip AT BALMORAL 
erations\are healing and head-' ates 
: ncess, 4 mt th Closine “Night 

| last weekend, have subsided. pdedon’ t | Sulkmar! 


1:58 
Fe hy 16. 40 7.00) 
7.00 


SUFFOLK RESULTS 
ao? furlor 128; #2000 12 ; 
Beer See ES a 1 


2.60 
> Manoso 
Spool, Gold 
Bolo ; 


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$2200; 1:12% J | 
5.00 3.20 2.40) 
6.60 4.00 


BALMORAL RESULTS 
. ] 3000; 0:58* 
3.80 2.60 2.40 
iu ‘. 20 


2 furlongs 
Informer (Gibb) 
Expectant (Adams) 

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Betty-Jo 

6 rlongs: ¢ $2500; 
4.40 | sea ae { eckmann) 
a 40 ead for Home (Adams) 
» 60 |" Hap op b ee) 
. Sas Pic — Dora 
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Sister Bear (Lynch) 15.60 7.40 
Decal (Turnbull) 17.20 
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He is an Orlando, Fia., Lover, White Crest : 2— Miss Counsel, Biune. Patsy Dear. - 
. — 3—SAMBIT, Closing Night, Modest) ls 1—%; $3 000: S-7eer-side up; clme 
‘urge after riding “Bricw (Meetescties Gem Run ... 
° I Ken (Cox 0.80 5.00 ige 
horse rac es in his native area. | dh- Air Check (Martin) 2.40 a Me Sweet. Sunnydene, Wolf | “Thane ot vite 
Me * r | Bu Te 
markable recovery from his ac-| Fame "Powder »¢ we >t , Proot. ¢—Swam Jeep. Sew. uper oy 
. —— 
cident. &—P. Capozziciic. Cellini, Erishforinck. 
no broken bones and agent|~s—é furiones: e400: 9—Perman, Twos Company, Yeoman 
Tony Barrett reports head lac-| Bardstown (Hartack ) ap. | Fcus 
I1—Retrouve, Mr. Look Now, MeGrath- 
aches, which both d th Gien na. Pat 
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Mr Patrick (Culme one} 3.60 2.40 2.20) 
Manor Wise (Moreno + 2.80 71.40 
Rey A Beacon 4 (Seurlock) ° 80 

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Captures Title 
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plonship of the “annual Stone| "tte"? Site See Vorage and barter. 
Ridge School spring Horse rate spage we STATES ENTRIES | 
Show at the Meadowbrook) year-olds 
Show Ring. ata 

The show, sponsored by the | 8 yey ® Str eak 
Pegasus Stable, became a fam- | Stimulant 
ily affair when Missy Schreier’s! Mar! oy. 
sister, Thomasine, won the Re-| pe tre 
serve. 

In other competition, Fred-! 
erica Von Stade won the Be- 
ginners class while Mary Ann 
Hopkins and Libby Miller won 
the two Intermediate classes. 


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waders "aa heid Blenheim ime & he latter improve oan set the pace under goo 

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claiming ‘We nt to » et FE 32 Off at|#cked a respo s leddorine 


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Assets Increase 
2 Ri lli | At smens RALES-UP | April 30, com compared with $8,555, 
iy bllabiiis taceanen Duties Cut on $2 Billion 
Nation’s second largest hotel empire, purchased today for more announced today. 
| 
Ne el bed | - operate three hotels for Eppley Price Boost Canceled against $95,799,000 in the same 
+ tye App ocean ira! nage GENEVA, May 22—Customs duties governing at least. E ry |. Among those purchased out-| Myers Tobacco Co. has called 


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Gichner Firm Starts Sheraton Corp. Buys. x rors. ssi 2 ve 
assets of the 126 open-end mu- 
rsa | tual funds in the Natio 
° : Pl | | ~ WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1956 ‘57 (] f 19 He t ] sarap nag san easing ¥ 
rofit-Sharing Plan 1ain 0 Otels (sees cmracs 
,000 at the end of March and 
OMAHA, Neb., May 22 (#—Sheraton Corp. of America, the $6,602,310,000 a year ago, it was 
Stat? Reporter 
, mi 
Fred S. Gichner Iron Works, Inc. yesterday announced the f W ld C | | = a Le gre me » hotels from Eugene C. Eppley, midwest . a i . Burs executive di 
creation of a non-contributory profit-sharing plan for its em- or onimnerce : i has Geena  Stedhen oie totaled TOTAIOGOS a hea 
any on an anfual basis. : | 
a ee MM under lease. | NEW YORK, #—Liggett &/™omth 4 year ago. 
dent and general manager of Michie Elected .__|$2 billion of the world’s trade are believed to have been cut, | ?>- ‘+ | off a price boost on Chesterfield’ 
the firm, said that the plan will} The District of Columbia}. the 25 nations taking part in the fourth tariff negotiation right were the 1500-room Cigarettes. The announcement 


not be a substitute for the com- Control of the Controllers In- .onference here. reliable sources said today. : | William Penn in Pittsburg, and gave no reason for the cancel- AFFILIATED 
pany’s bonus plan which has elected go a mg pt see The conference, organized; ROR ae | " F-s Meatho-Now lace: the 500-room Seelbach in Louis-|Jation of a wholesale price in- 
been in effect for more than 50 by the General Agreement on ville, Ky. crease of 45 cents per thousand FUND 
years. | tomac _|Tariffs and Trade (GATT), offi- rae an important aa in on PS OS OSE Ee The announcement was made no are i A ron mpi nid 
i] , . _jicially ends Wednesday. The tar negotiations. othe ‘ haar jontly by Eppley and Ernest nounce as ursaay, wou 
sinenet ‘over ‘the mc rte set ' Rien’ vo the new tariffs and yt vB coe oe eens countries, on Y DATA el <a fhe pris He of Shera- ee aa al yes a y vo te) | 
. 4 2. affected will not published including the nite tates | B. sor “| 
ees” eraeeien ak gear beginning until June 7. Canada,” West Germany and) |Se=teet tern tet were ee] |ton. who few here from ie\ gular and “king-sized” Ches- I] tavestment objectives of 
- eggs eae " ~ p ied 1. the’ Observers said the im- Japan, took part. ne q iterfields. I'l this Fund are possible 
ready has been made. ‘ay: | yy election was portance of the conference, ore than "530 two-way agree-| Senderefn - said the sale| . | , ‘ ‘tal 4 
core se See tend eve Speeten held at ness which began here Jan. 18, lies ments are believed to price was “in excess of $30 Treasury Bill Sale a erm — ~ 
P. $s wno ; 4 ae ou - in the extremely wide range o en made by the nations par- “(Ch p k come grow or i 
pleted three successive years of m ton Hotel. A goods which now will auto- ticipating. esa peake pete oe a gype N = Phi bemgy * rgd g pga sharehciders. 
service are eligible to partici-| native of Bid-|matically come under the tariff| Britain announced befor wey Bie tiny 4 . P 
in ; ew ithe Eppley division of Sheraton equivalent to an average yield [] Ast you tuvestment dealer for @ 
pate in it. ey my deford, Me.schedules established by the conference opened that re err onas | Beables. 
The plan is the culmination Michie Michie began GATT. The cuts themselves would not undertake tariff y pes = Ramee lye ey . fer “4 7k ge 7. ; of Afftased wey on @ 
of long planning by company | his telephone were described as “narrow. negotiations with Japan and ciara” eles tad enaeanad = issue drew peri 
officials and stockholders to/\career as a statistical clerk in| It is estimated that with the would invoke the GATT escape Offered at Par nang ote! Seatendiie = } Lorp, Appett & Co. 
provide a retirement program the accounting department of addition of the new list, at clause under which Britain can Sylvania Appoints } 63 Wall Street, New York 5 


for employes of long service'C. & P. The following officers least three-quarters cf the withhold most - favored - nation) 
and to augment Social Security were also elected: J. A. Snider, world’s trade will come under) treatment from Japan for tariff| Allen & Co., New York, and Webb & Knapp Plans |_ NEW YORK, #—Charles W.'l Geatiemes: Steet cond oe 0 Oe 


benefits. It takes effect immed-|Julius Garfinckel & Co., Inc.,|*he general agreement. | cuts negotiated with other! willis, Kenny & Ayres, Inc. inane teak ental & Knapp |Hosterman has been appointed | lf pookie-Prapectas on Aflated Fund 
ge of the fund are: feaslee teak A sisal Althouse, Richmond, Va., are joint man- struction firm, plans to deve- we diviginn ot Sylvinia ‘Elec. 
Joseph Blumbnthal, company retary; and F. B. Morgan, a agers of an investment bank-|jop some 33,000 actes of pro-|tric Products Inc., it was an- 
secretary-treasurer; Joseph ican Security & Trust ing syndicate making a public perty now owned by Godchaux| nounced by Howard L, Richard. 
Gichner, assistant treasurer; treasurer. C. C. Pike, Washing. A er] n St ks offering of $20 million Chesa- — ‘aauouneed wp al son, Bot rca president-electronics 
Allen G. Stern, asiatant secre: ton Gas Light Co. D. Creten SA IMICD ICA OC peake Bay Ferry District 4M echengent prosident. VAs a ore 
Soastiting phaedaiiile and Mil-/L. Burrough, Cafritz Co., W. J.| percent revenue bonds, due first stép in this direction, Zee- 
ton Gottesman, attorney. Short, Allegheny Airlines, Inc. | Associated Press . April 1, 1986, at 100 and ac-\kendorf said, Webb & Knapp 
and J. W. Upton, Safeway! Total sales 910,000 shares; — Ose) Migh Lew _Clese CM.) crued interest has Bought 85 per cont o - y NEED HELP 

” ; ’ Reit F x sé ‘9 
Who's News ron Inc. were elected direc-| year ago 883,735. fem Arms 208 : r Ay ae Ye Net proceeds from the sale (total See oe Se 
Frank 2 pry agen (108) Nigh Lew Close Che. Repetto ot ie s te %\of the bonds are to be applied common stock. The price paid We carry the complete Stapling * Job? 
pat Mette ar SKauiaee Noten ae | RO AMEE ES | GS GS Be,hity the Chesapeake Bay Fersy|was approximately #0260.00. | MM iaaegats vv) mate, | Sd me mt 
im seckre tn snneel cies Gina ®- Sowste, posting |i ie, he Son Bat Common, ap faxe"USE Government Bonds I= 

Air Line tayform Oo. t i" a 18% 
Ticats. Assoc! 3 dressed. the * crday ad nS ‘. ee ih im 12%-ii4|Ferry District, to the payment) | NEW YORK 8 Og eet PHONE [_! Distributed by 

As: | t % SeabeWaAiri 3. 18%4— 2 the counter V. . a7 Treasury bends, RA. 6.3907 r) \ 

‘shed, wet change, and yield RA, 6-3907 THE JOHN HUGHES CO 


ation this eve- - ‘Club of Washington at its’ 1. : oi s. 3 8 8% &&% be = 100.8 
ae ore g. The ee |luncheon meeting at the May- . , * “RA, 6.1648 Ta. 6119 CHILLUM PL. N.E. 


award will be age \flower Hotel. More than 200/4 

made at the «a ‘similar clubs throughout the oS 4% 

Sheraton - Park =." world have joined in calling im Wut * s 
“<a * * we. 2 May sales executives hospitality 4» Meter 2 EE yA Sieger Mig 


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A oi... solely from tolls and other : 
ss + % revenues of the existing ferry)! 
bn ‘ service and the new ferry serv- 
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44— % from present Federal income ' 
taxes; bonds and revenue rf 74s 7247 june 
\therefore exempt from all tax- : ~~ yd rm 
+a —* ation within the State of Vir-'; ses 83-78 - 
7 —% ginia. The bonds are author-|T 3s % 10 | 
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pointed James hold a special dealers meeting Ait fut mas & Ste Dredg 2 
E. Fitzsimmons = ag tin 


Thursday at the Shoreham Ho- | 4rt La Gas 
its representa- tel... The Illuminating Engi- jaw a 2 5 
tive for defense projects... M. neering Society, currently cele- are Equi Us 1 
Belmont Ver Standig, president brating its fiftieth arni-ersary, oo 5 ‘ite 


of the advertising agency which Will hold a regional conference ro ” Sciepce 100 45 
bears his hr aee g will address 8t the Shoreham Hotel Thurs-| | Bailey él “9 


the Washington chapter of the 24y 4nd Friday. 

American Marketing Associa-' ,; . ‘ Barium 

tion at luncheon Thursday. The Underwriters Election | ~ gg F 
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affair will be held at the Wil-| William G. Neal is the wun- era tise see 

lard Hotel ... Viadimir N. contested nominee for presi- og! We 

Nichols has joined the Leo But-'dent of the Northern Virginia sprit petrei Me 

ler Co., College Park, Md. as Association of Life Underwrit- pe 2 a : 

general superintendent of con-,ers. He is associated with the| p72" {0% ; 623-181. a al UPPER MARLBORO. Md. May 22 P 

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Co. in its Arlington office. The|Se™" "i 1.202 7 1 Contl wt INCREAS markets to eu after oo aie Ceiling or floor-mounted 
3 aner 61 619 lonley units from 3 to 15 tons. 


Market Gossip election will be held Friday.| (30 i" ; ; | UnienGCan 1.48 ns om . ’ re . 
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Mueller Brass has been ex-\Other_ uncontested nominees ca East Ay zat 38.4% aes) ~ F-A Me 8 - ee ee se hee * Ph ag av oe 


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panding its aluminum fabricat- are: G. Edward Hacking of | Cte coac 2. fie ne ; =r . ands installation. 


most a mber 
ing. By next year aluminum Acacia Mutual, first vice presi- Camps cris 22% 21% 2 . of offerings fell to their lowest tevels| | 
Casson Pet 150 3 11-16 3 7-16 So ewe 1%5) Warsee C 2 wx. t ‘3 of th 
products may account for dou- dent; Isaac N. Fox of Life In- 7 Tt . ' ¥ r lume was light on most markets 
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ble the percentage of sales they |SUrance Co. of Virginia, second) és “‘wemestext 2 16 vat : ; . = 8 ae iSroraBie so a coer co NB BRICK & BUILDING SUPPLY (0. 0 === mmm! 
e hishest —- averace P nearly | HEAT-AIR CONDITIONING JACKSON 


contributed last year some | Vice president; and Bruce W. Cés Marceni se 11 5 spar - ‘4 oe 
see = 99 e . corde 
1956 earnings estimates—all a — suction net ‘sales 0 i 4 net pounds | DIVISION 
cad teak "Petae tees 1355 LEE HIGHWAY, 5.2984 
sa) fen sfeached 8.138 380° pounds averag-| ROSSLYN, VA. 


McNamee of Metropolitan Life | Gooee ist .. 
above their 1955 comparisons— | 5©¢'e*ary-treasurer. 
Boeing, $10; American Tobacco, D. CI Sal en Expl . 16, Vai a i | . = 
$8.25: Illinois Central, $9; Skel- nsurance Sates Chesenrgt : a 7 ‘650 = Wl bie ‘rectie Auction. bid averages per hundred 
ly Oil, $6; U. S. Steel, $7.75: Ordinary sales of life insur- cient Mi 100 ,  ., Waltham Watch 2 2 2 — s rw rg 8 — ~ MARABL YW - . 
American Smelting, $7.50; I. T.| ance in the. District of Colum-|t'ict teal 2a Re wens & Kaspp 106 2% 2% 2M Grade | FAMILY CHAUFFEUR? 
& T.. $3.60: Bla & Deck bia in A ’ ® Coast Oils ' W Leased WSS1853-16 omerin ion Tues 
ack ecker, $5,' bia in April totaled $14,294,000 Cel 8 hie , White Strs .60 1 11% 11% Heavy-Cro May <2 | Give her the extra protection of the policy 
and Mack Trucks, $6.50 . . ./in April, a gain of 20 per cent |Celesiat sé 30 WiebitaROi! 1 i i% Pair foerr-see with the 
Aluminum is still in short sup-|over April 1955. Sales in this oe 6 Sh- 6 ee Oe At — e1-6laeee sOy CHOrTe-Fed ..... * 
ply despite record output last|classification in the first four a Be : Weediey P 50h 2 57% rh S7%4— Net Lead . 
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year. Plant capacity for pri-|months of 3056 amounted to Cont Uranium ae eS : Appl P $.25s78 19 108 © 99% 
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about 138,000 tons this year.| period last year. April sales in| Crow . 
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12% 11%— % Tire & Rubber Co, announced| 


Petroleum will bear the entire | greater than in 1955. Sales for et => = 
ae %— % plans to build a $5,300,000 tire’ D. C. % if Pri it—b 
$ 4 2 +% ¢ y ualty’s nationwide offices. It means 
5 ™ — and tube manufacturing plant e ur I r ices . pe nal service. tes, in ing 


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Eur 13 14 111181 1-4 A develop a 1000-acre rubber gactanee Drence of the Philadeiphia-Baltimore Hecht Co. (1.80) ea a , on detail needs. Call us today for 


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Pettd 3.253 68 ; 80 teperial oi 1 “4 i™ @ 300 ibs.. 16.006 ; 120-140 Ibs... | PettiecPowerts. 
Dew Ch 3s 82 $ 4 Si\2 87¥2 ST\e—~ % inscnAm 7.50 ad id es. ssh | Wash Gas Lt com 
ScettPap 3s 2 118% 110%e— ‘ int Petrol 850 1s largely 14 75. : _ Wash Gas Lt com a (4.25) 
135 —1'4 Sincinir 3.258 113 146%. 144 (145 —T58 int Prog 1 8 6 .....|18.00; odd head under ‘a "| Wash Gas Lt cum conv pid (4.50 
109% SoCalEd 22 4 113% 113% 1139+ Me jit 8 Resist _- 6s pour RY— Moderate - peremen BANK 
2 106 SoMatG 4.5573 2 126% taave + al 2 bel (11.08) 
john Mg SePac _* yy - 3 obs So oA ee _” 1 $16 1 +16 salad o cape ve bevels goperett x. 
s—~ * Ste0ind 3.1 12 21 27-162 8.16 25-18—1- 16 
6 89% 88% 955+ He StdON) 2.3755 Ti 2 Sr 8 8 — Ye ind 3 1% 16% ia— % to clear. Offerin rings prices in an ‘effort ti 
EMetcp 12s 18 %— % Thirddve Ss 0 20 20% 0 2% Ki 5 3% % i% ettes ample the demand. 
ThirdAve 4968 2 ' s 114-16 1% 7 11-16—1-1§6 Heavy ty eneraily short supply sT Seren 
UstiMe 3.375s % 11% 11% of a demand. Receipts of ail classes Amer Sec & Tr (1.88) 
. _ Gadi'Cal "7 3 ora ™ 3 yer: 7 cna: Brallers or fevers: | met’? yw w ay J 
: , os ib. 426. Hens Seburte 8 trust Ce. 
Chicago Grain | [wares Sti 3.755 75.11 105% 105% 105196 ie Te =3 ve de. Pulleta, Sg SES | Unian Trust ce, 
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__LMICAGO, May 22 m—Oats and c~ C07 pustraia 3.785 wa eS 6 higher on large brown. 1 Bask of Bethesda (11. 
Chile 3s 83 12 


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7, ower on brown esses. Larse| FIRE WISURANCE 
+ 3 Goeneed, Semand lsbt fo Kationat Union. (1-08) 
Nyt" | from local “production ateas viTKe WnsiRance 
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4824 've—2\e | whites, 43: yt yy ; suality | gar Garvinetel cow 
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— Oe tee Sears, Roebuck Nets |« 1213.10 1 $101 948... 05 prices to lors Grade A age. |= pees sey: ° ’ 
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(due 126% fas Months ended April 30 amount- Mat Us Elec a 3 3 =«P DIVIDEND 
1.42¥%¢ 1.38% 140% oq to $27,753,213, equal to 38s Brist Oils 06 1 13-16 1% 1 11-16—1-16 . ' ® 
: *~ cents a share. These items " Eng TAT 8 T2008 139% 1 
tu compared with $26,932,773 net ™ tera Mi | SH ARES 
Stamm the corresponding period of Pee cho 
1348 Other earnings reports fol-|* wae 
low (for the three months ended | iter cas dils lovestment in 0 diversified let of cant 
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Wednesday, May 23, 1956 


Consent Decree Ends 
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me NEW YORK, May 22 i—Arstrained from establishing or. 

— % consent decree signed by Fed-'stabilizing advertising rates to 
~™ eral Judge John M. Cashin to- be charged to advertisers not 
Ne | day concluded the Govern-|' employing an agency. This does 
le~ Ve ment’s anti-trust action against not prevent the associations 
_ ‘| four publishers associations. {from rating apy advertising 
%— wl The decree followed the pat-/ agency for its membership. 

+ % tern set up in an agreement be-| _ The four associations, and 


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date 190,224 
ly ead NEW YORK, May 22 (®—Prices wilted again | and the utilities 30 cents. Volume, at a 
a in the stock market today, this time for the ony es arene shares, compared with 
biggest decline since May 10. 1 yesterday 

D oJ ones Stocks _ om the most part, the performance was a The decline swept all divisions and regard- 
wae a sh _ slow settling-down process, with increased | less of some items of good corporate news, (MY Beck 2e 
}) activity in two bursts of selling. Volume | few leading issues were able to escape thee xy nna pt 
lessened whenever prices firmed. | prevailing bearish mood, 0 

Pivotal issues declined from about 1 to 4 The market was lower from the start by tween the Government and the the ANPA in concluding its 
points and were slightly improved at the close |. fractions to around a point. In the second |¥: , : ‘American Newspaper Publish- c@se, denied that they had en- 
ele tcertat, 371,108. _ from their worst of the session. | haur came the first sinking spell which |} 7? | 1 6 Gat ers. Association concluded last Saged in the practices pro 
pia % News that Ford Motor Co. would halt oper- | brought losses on pivotal issues to as much |» " 3 a % % April 26. hibited by the decree. 
(100) High Lew Close Ghg.| @tions in three plants in the Cleveland area | as 3 points. The second sharp sell-off came ; 0 men 8 | Those involved in today’s ain} 
. —————-——=—= | for two days came too late to affect that | in the third hour. Thereafter activity was | ether Pas 1 4 | tion were the Publishers Associ- Foreign Exchange 
ere an ema & stock which did little during the day, closing | quiet and there was a little improvement. | ~ a “ 29". Swi , * ation of New York City, Associ-|- . ce ee pe ™ s 
' 13% 13%.....| Of Me at 54%. |. Prices on the American Stock Exchange | 7 : seee+ 46 Sym Gould 50 % 10%— % ated Business Publications, Inc.,| rate’ fellee’ Consdim colle i nee ne 
22 63% Today the Associated Press average of 60 | declined. | , $T'2— ' Periodical Publishers Associa-| apes Garket % per cent permium or 
stocks fell $2.40 to $181.10, its lowest point | Corporate bonds were mixed. U.S. Treas- |Nertwep 149 8 M 28y 238e— faleett 1.28 1% 619 ...../tlon of America, and Agricul-| 30’ tris seed) 4280 le we tit a 
since March 1 when it stood at 180.10. The | ury obligations advanced in the over-the- | Nwst air pf 1.15 n He le aaa - oo a . tural Publishers Association. (a ceat. = 9 


industrials were down $3.70, the rails $2.20 counter market, \ persed ata tt iN ogy a »| The decree forbids any fec-| 
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ai FR RR Ed My meee ia Bie bee : nition, of advertising agencies itd ensuing pen"tist"al Sten 
he yy : je ll | ' am 4 a - _ by its members. The defendants aedities teday advanced te 180.42. 
' } S 1% 1% 4 ye S8%—1% Tex PLTr 7 $ agreed to refrain from urging) previews éay 160.12, -week ane 181.27 
pean — . ~- wet 5 ne = = -..., — | "8 ~% a 3.| OF requesting any of their mem- month age 162.16, year age 171.87. ’ 
tleg ee a aa) Cert Farch £— 250 12 %..., n fg O'iver of on 38 «8 o s - te Textron p ! bers to recommend or not ‘ *2 7 "84 oi} 
eg, L st 38% | 2 Falstaff Br 1 2 | se is i on easy Ee 7M a2t%e—1 Thatch 61 recommend any advertising * «1% a A 
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stock gre Moco: by the Ford dent and general manager of| ‘Sromstadt§ 4..:. Raymond > Cartographer $440.52 5 Mo, 
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while the Ford family retains oe contract which would re- ing was purchased four years 7 Generous dividends are | 


control with 6,480,750 shares of re Ford executives who use ago by a syndicate of Washing- | 
their right to make future pur- ton business and professional == automatically credited to Experience necessary in compiling and drafting maps 


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he Ford Foundation stil owns that stock for at least three Extensive remodeling and im- year. Yes, at National Per- sactaaing ott “ ee 
4 maps, projection computation, map editing and serial 


36,148,620 shares of non-voting | years. provements have been made, 
class A stock. The directors favor the pres- including the installation of gy manent your money earns photo interpretation. Beginning salary depends upon 


The 13 directors of the com- ent requirements that the ex- air conditioning. | Save by mail money for you. , wi : 
pany are expected to be re-jecutives hold the stock six | oo“ pe Fae al ey Y ability and past experience. 


elected without opposition. months before they can sell it. K 7 St 1 
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Plans Expansion locations. slides, Side oblate eiaind valine Sout ete 


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Kaiser Steel Corp., today an- available. Send resume of education and experience to: 
nounced plans for a $113 mil- 


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Fontana, Calif, steel mill. DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL 


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ae Se heefe ater? : a ie poration, will continue to operate the Existing Ferry Service as well as the additional New Ferry 
GE Domestic Round type. re. . a i ei tige ay with “y a — of — = Ferry Corporation who have been responsible for 
asket. 1.50. North Carolina. open bushe : ; Prt ty eo e ne record Of earnings of the: Vorporation. 
basket. 1.50, South Carolina 1%- | A gentleman of impeccable rerey |. . : ; 
Garelins Hg. | BoM 1.79: Red type, South salina sia , , 3 on bonds are to be payable from tolls and other revenues of the Ferry Services. 
Mm: ROTS— California. 1% Speed necks. anaes eh 4 ‘eh i Oe he Virginia Ferry Corporation earnings as applied to the Commission operation without any growth 
ers film bags. 2.80003.7 in &@ martini mace wit Si ith . . factor would have covered interest in 1953, 1.83; 1954, 1.76; 1955, 1.76 times and for the first 
i ch Beefeater Gin. He is fasci- 5 ge ee Highlights three months of 1956 traffic has increased nearly 10% over the same period in 1955. 
nated with the subtle, dry fies oe ee ae . The report on estimates of traffic and revenue by Wilbur Smith and Associates, nationally known 
brilli whi | er ge? traffic engineers, which should be read in its entirety, indicate revenues sufficient for debt service 
qs lance hich Beef cater || SP RE aa Sy ee ae coverage of interest, Y ee and premium of a minimum of 1.40 times in 1960 to a maximum 
or iepe. ushe 4 Saket lar se cons 50: alone imparts to his favor- | Pn RS ‘ of 1.61 times in 197 
ig 24 00. sie Hames o8s MeCN. BE ive cocktail. Join bim! ie a ser os By legislative enactment there are to be no competing facilities. 
A. POTATORS (OLD) —0_ SE i | eae are & The industrial expansion in the area and its natural wealth, the ideal H position 
idaho, Russets. = GR Ee Fe Ban Bs Service as a traffic artery between the North and South, 


etherwise stated) 


edian No. |. 1.006 
shecrle tans Whites wgehe 
No. 1. Site A 
ae Reds, washed. burlap SOs, SSERAED ConvenaTte: See MY, , The bonds are redeemable in whole or in part as set forth in the Official Statement of the Commission. 


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Principal of unregistered coupon bonds and semi-annual interest (April 1 and October 1) on coupon bonds payable at National Bank 
of Commerce of Norfolk, Norfolk, Virginia, or, at the option of the holder, at Chemical Corn Exchange Bank, New York, N. Y. 


The proceeds of the bonds are to be applied by the Chesapeake Bay _— April 1, 1956, by and between the Commission and National Bank 
Ferry Commission, the governing body of the District, to the pay- of Commerce of Norfolk, Norfolk, Virginia, as Trustee, and are to 
ment of the cost of: be payable solely from tolls and other revenues of the Existing 


(1) Acquiring the Existing Ferry Service; Ferry Service and the New Ferry Service pledged for their payment 
(2) Acquiring and constructing the additional New Ferry as provided in the Trust Indenture. 


Service; and 
The bonds shall not be deemed to constitute a debt of the District 
(3) Providing for working capital and various other funds. or of the State or of any political subdivision thereof, or a pledge 


keep St ould healthy this summer __ The bonds are to be issued under and pursuant to Chapter 693 of _— off the faith and credit of the District or of the State or of any 
the Acts of Virginia of 1954 and a Trust Indenture, dated as of political subdivision thereof. 


in your own paddock pool 


Think what a difference it will make to 3 i 

you and your family—to enjoy a refreshing P rice 100 

dip in your own private pool, every day (plus accrued interest) 

from now until October. 

The Paddock Engineering Company is 

reneged as the world’s leading builder of The bonds are offered with approval of legality by Mitchell, Pershing, Shetterly & Mitchell, New York, N. Y., Bond Counsel. Certain other legal 

— ped (ed an organtzation of - By 1920, matters have been passed upon by Hunton, Williams, Gay, Moore & Powell, Richmond, Virginia, and Baird, White & Lanning, Norfolk, Virginia. 
l-builders. I Washington area, | ; 

pon Sells Geeme aed teak ae chee eatin. Offering of these bonds is made only by means of the Oficial Statement, copies of which may 

Paddock's experience and know-how combine ‘ be obtained from such of the undersigned @s are registered dealers in securities in this State. 

to give only the finest—from on , | 


through to finish, plus an tional 
guarantee. Paddock Pools start at $2995. Allen & Company Willis, Kenny & Ayres, Inc. 


Paddock is presently one of the world’s 


Club in nearby" posi or the Brogkvile Swimming Investment Corp. of Norfolk Strader, Taylor & Co., Inc. Auchincloss, Parker & Redpath Hayden, Stone & Co. 


ee cae ee ee Scott, Horner & Mason, Inc. Ira Haupt&Co. Baxter, Williams&Co. Van Alstyne, Noel &Co. Hirsch&Co. Stroud & Company 
a di di oc kk Arthur M. Krensky & Co., Inc. J.C. Wheat&Co. Janney, Dulles &Co., Inc. _ Woodcock, Hess &Co., Inc. Abbott, Proctor & Paine 


ae ENGINEERING CO. Clark, Landstreet & Kirkpatrick, Inc. Leedy, Wheeler iecler & Alleman | Schmidt, Poole, Roberts & Parke SutroBros.&Co. Stokes & Co. 
8S First Street So. . Arlington, Va. 


builders of the world’s finest swimming pools R. H. Brooke & Company Mackall & Coe Simons, Linb Linburn & Co. Arthur L. Wright & Co., Inc. Young, Moore & Company Brooke & Co. 


Fem 23, 1956 


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Better come early, though! 


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3rd FL., Silver Spring and PARKington 


14.98 “LIBERTY BELL” 
HEIRLOOM SPREADS 


7.99 


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Antique or bleached white. Absolutely per- 
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yellow, rose or aqua, and white with pink or 
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Only because a famous mill knitted them during 
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you at these low prices! Closely knit and silken 
smooth, they won’t rumple and bunch but really 
stay put, won’t run and they take so little storage 
space, (apartment dwellers, please note) you can 
store a dozen in a chiffonier drawer! Reap savings 
on every size while they last ... add savings on 
wash... lapndry bills for they dry in just minutes! Choose 
dry from a cool-color rainbow of pastel pink, blue, maize, 
mae green or white. 


fold Double Size Bottom Sheet ..........+++ are 
easily as Twin Top Sheet (white only) 

Matching Tricot Cases 

Double Top Sheet (white only) 


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The Hecht Co.—Sth Fl., Washington; 3td Fl, Silver Spring and 
PARK ington 


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