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The Weather 


Today—Mostly sunny and somewhat 
warmer with the highest near 75. Sun- 
day—Partly cloudy and a little warm- 
er. Friday's temperatures: High, 65 
degrees at 5:05 p. m.; low, 43 degrees 
at 5:15 a. m. (For details see Page 18.) 


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79th Year — No. 173 


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SATURDAY, MAY 1956 


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FIVE CENTS 


IKE ASKS WORLD SCHOOL PLAN 


Plan to Buy 
Out Wolfson 
Possible, He | 
Tells Harris | 


Letter to Legislator 
Insists Congress 
Must First Restore 
CTC’s Franchise 


By Richard L. Lyons 


Btaf Reporter 

Louis E. Wolfson said yes- 
lerday- he thought banker| 
Daniel W. Bell’s plan for 
Capital Transit Co. to buy out 
Wolfson’s controlling inter- 
est in it could be worked out 
if Congress restores CTC’s 
franchise. 

Wolfson so stated in a letter 
to Rep. Oren Harris (D-Ark.), 
wader of House conferees who 
will meet with a Senate group 
Monday to try to resolve wide 
differences between the House 
and Senate transit bills. 

Harris released the letter 


and indicated his support of 
Bell's compromise proposal 
that Congress restore the dy- 
ing CTC franchise as provided 
in’ the House bill to let Bell 
try to buy out Wolfson. if 
Bell cannot swing it, an in- 
férim public authority would)” 
take over and run transit after 
the franchise expifes on Aug. 
14 (as proivded in the Senate 
bill). 

City Heads te Cooperate 


Indications were that at least 
some of the six other House 
conferees might agree to this! 

neral plan. Harris said the 
District Commissioners assured 
the House conferees at a meet-| 
ing yesterday morning of their 
cooperation if Congress ap- 
proves the Bell plan. 

Harris said Wolfson’'s letter 
was in response to his request 
for comment on what could be 
done to “bring the Bell plan to| 

his stock to fruition.” 
Wolfson wrote: Stal Reporter 

“Mr. Bell, president of Amer-; Sen, Wayne Morse (D-Ore.) 
lean Security and Trust Co.,/ yesterday iaunched a surprise 
and the banking firm of Alex-|attack on the Senate floor 
ander Brown and Sons or both | against wire-tapping and capi- 
are fully and financially able}tai punishment provisions of a 
to discharge any agreement) Federal narcotics bill. 
that they may make. (Alexan-| The measure was defended 
der Brown and Sons is the firm) by Sens. Price Daniel (D-Tex.) 
with which Bell negotiated to! and Joseph C. O'Mahoney (D- 
finance the stock purchase.) | Wyo.) as the only way to stamp 

“You have my personal as-' out narcotics,smuggling. 
surance that either I or Mr. J.| Senate legders had expected 
A. RB. Broadwater (president! the bill to skid through with. 
of Capital Transit Co.) will/out much talk. After a full af- 
meet with Mr. Bell and his ternoon's discussion, they de 
associates at the earliest pos-|cided to reconsider ia next 
sible time convenient to all) Thursday. : 
sarties and endeavor to formal-| Telephone wire-tap provisions 
ze a plan that will be mutually) would allow Federal agents, but 
satisfactory to Mr. Bell and his|not local police, to intercept 
group as well as the stockhold-'calls in the District and the 
ers of Capital Transit Co. 


Cites Lack of Franchise 


shown after his release yester 
trict Jail, where he was held 


Dope Bill Hit 
On Wire Tap, 
Death Aspects 


By Grace Bassett 


In answer to a plea from Dis- 
trict law enforcement officers, 


“I concur_with Mr. Bell that however, the Senate Judiciary; Neilson on charges of unreason-|for about two years. he had the 


the stumbling block preventing! Committee specifically directed 
further movement on behalf of| Federal agents to “cooperate 
either party is the lack of a fully” with District police offi- 
valid permanent franchise for cers. 
furnishing public transporta-| They needed the information 
tion in Washington after Aug.| because the “Capital is a veri- 
14, Should this obstacle be re-jtable haven for drug addicts 
moved, it appears to me that and narcotics violators,” the 
a plan can be formalized on a Committee report said. 
basis fair and reasonable to all; A companion District bill, 
parties on or before Aug. 14.” | without wire-tap and death pen- 
Wolfson referred only to alties is due for a committee 
Bell's plan to buy his stock, not| hearing Monday. Morse said 
to the possible legislative com-|he liked this measure. 
promise including a standby; The Federal bill would allow 
mentioned “valid permanent'tapping of calls between nar- 
franchise.” Under the standby) cotics traffickers, with permis- 
authority proposal, CTC’s' sion of a Federal judge. The 
franchise would fit that de- death penalty could be im- 
See TRANSIT, Page 6, Col.1 See NARCOTICS, Page 2, Col. 2 


Charles Rector, 18, of Beckley, W. Va.. is 


istates. | 


Jets Could 
Bomb U. S.. 
Senate Told 


Gen. Partridge Says 


Interceptors Would 
Not Be Able to Cope 
With Red Attackers 


By John G. Norris 
Staf Reporter 


America’s present inter- 
i'terceptor planes could not 
‘cope with Russia's latest jet 
‘bombers if the Kremlin sent 
‘them on one-way nuclear at- 
itacks against the United 
States, the Nation's air de- 
fense commander testified 


yesterday. 

| The sitpation being re- 
‘lieved by the introduction of 
| newer fighters and weapons, 
‘Gen. Earle E. Partridge told a 
Senate Subcommittee. But he 
imade it plain that the cur. 
irent deficiency will not be 
remedied quickly under the 
ipresently planned production 
irate. 

| “Between now and 1958,” he 
stated, “any attack by the Rus- 
‘sians involving large numbers 
‘of jet aircraft would give us 
difficulties.” 


| Answers Questions 


The commander-inchief of 
‘the Continental Air Defense 
‘Command answered“a series of 
68 questions frevioOusly sub 
mitted .o him by the Senate 
Armed Services Subcommittee 
investigating relate Sovict 
jand United States airpower 
|His replies, previously cleared 
iby the Defense Department for 
‘security, presented a disturb- 
ling picture of this, Nation lag- 
iging behind the Russians in al- 
most every aspect of defense 
‘against air attack. 


| Jailed 6 Weeks for L ack vst. build an effective 
Of $25, Boy Is Released 


air defense for the United 
States but et huge cost. A pro- 

Municipal Court Judge 
George D. Neilson yesterday 


gram laid out by his command 
five years ago, the four-star gen- 
took the word of an 18-year-old 
West Virginia youth that he 


eral said, calls for spending $61 
would show up June 22 for a 


\bi’lion by the Air Force over 
traffic court hearing he already 


is 


( Tf 
By Artbur Ellis. Staff Photographer | 


while awaiting a hearing on a traffic 
charge. With him is Pvt. Russell L. West, 
who investigated the traffic case. 


day from Dis- 
for six weeks 


Awaiting Traffic Hearing 


in- 


Tips On Top Reading In 
Sunday’s Big Newspaper 
TV WEEK 
Magazine 
It lists Sunday's highlights in 
larger print right in the regu- 


lar schedule .. . and all shows 
on all channels for every day 


: , i a 15-year period. 
old woman his car struck, Rec- Some 60 of 68 questions an- 
tor’s bond was set at $500. He swered by Partridge were sub- 
was unable to raise the neces-\submitte? by the investigating 
sary $25 bondsman’s fee and/group staff and appeared de- 
went to jail pending recovery signed tu bring out air defense 
Of tha talientid eadeatdlen weaknesses. The remainder 

. : / P vara 3 were submitted by the Repub- 
has been awaiting six weeks in) The woman, Louise Howle, lican minority and brought out 
jail. ‘of 2100 Connecticut ave. nw., that plans now being carried 

The youth, identified as still is hospitalized with a a — 9 a leg oe 
Charles Rector, was released broken left leg and head as crcnaiet dclielones te schter 
on personal bond. He said he is/juries. altitude performance to lean re. 
one of 15 children of a mining; Apprised of the boy's plight,!/search and development budg- 
family now living in Beckley,/juqge Neilson ordered his re-\etS p7ior to 1950—when the 
from ‘silicosis, an cecupational|i¢a%¢, {rom Jail and police reg-|Democrats were in power 
) ‘ S15, al , ’ hil, 
Lumet aiteaiint. be eeie. nt ee y= 4 yore aly hile Partridge te Return 
Rector’s difficulties with traf-| He had been working as a| Chairman Stuart Symington 
fie police stemmed from an ac-|drugstore counter clerk unti]|(D-Mo.) and Sen. Leverett Sal- 
driving a borrowed car. Ar-|boy explained, but had lost his the handling of the questions. 
raigned originally before Judge job. In Washington off and on Symington objected to the fact 
Yepublicans sent their 
able speed and failure to yield|been sending money home out questions direct to Partridge 
the right of way to a 6year-\of his earnings to help his, oMly the day before rather than 
brothers and sisters, the boy through the Committee staff 
said. See DEFENSE, Page 15, Col. 6 
Today’s Index. ||———_—_ eet 
Page | Page | 
Amusem‘ts 30-31 | Keeping Well . 32 
Churches .28-29 | Kilgallen 
City Life 17 | Movie Guide 
Classified 37-48 | Night Clubs 

Comics 32-35 | Obituaries 

Crossword ...35 Parsons 

, District Line. .34 | Pearson .... 

Dixon .»+ +15 | Picture Page 

Editorials 14| Sokolsky . 

Events Today .18| Sports .. 
Federal Diary 17} TV-Radio .. 
Financial .26-27 | Weather 
Goren 34 | Winchell 
Horoscope 33 | Women’s 


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Skeleton Wears Shell Diadem 


Stone Tomb Unearthed in 


Believed to Date From 10, 


of the week ahead. Handiest, 
easiest-to-read television direc- 
tory in town. 


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“Candidates For First Lady”... a new series of 
articles on the duties of a First Lady to prove it’s not 
all chic chapeaux and chicken a la king. Starts Sunday. 


Harry Truman writes home again to tell you about the 
Europe that only a former President of the United 
States could see. A Washington exclusive ... in the 
Main News Section. 


Dick Coe goes daringly different with a comparison of 
the jet plane thrill of “Cinerama Holiday” and the 
real thing. He tells you how he experienced both .. . in 
The Show Magazine. 


The American Weekly, Parade Picture Mag. 
azine and a double-decker treat of color 
comics—two big sections featuring Ameri. 
ca’s most popular funnies. . 


The Washington 


Galilee 
000 B. C. 


rot found a human skeleton in’ 
a crouched position with a di-) 
adem of shells around the cra- 
nium. Seven other human skel-| 
etons were unearthed nearby. | 
The excavation also disclosed 
several stone age strata with) 
thousands of. implements and, 
a number of examples of prim- 
itive art, mostly from basalt. 
Up to now, Netufian man was 
alw believed to be a cave 
dweller. It was not known that 
he erected structures of any 


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Post and Times Herald 


JERUSALEM, May 25 W—Aiback to the Netufian period. 
tomb believed to be one of oa +“ uived in the early 
one Age. He harvested grain 
oldest stone structures known but mainly lived on what” he| 
to man has been discovered in| punted or fished. | 
‘Israel by a French ‘archeolo-! The main part of the tomb is 
gist, Jean Perrot, a carefully constructed walled 
The tomb, believed to date pit more than 3. feet deep 
from about 10,000 B.C., wasiand about 20 feet across. It 
found about three miles north|was a paved floor and is cov- 
of the Biblical town of Hat-jered by a mound with two con- 
_gor in Upper Galilee. centric stone circles. Next to 
“Scheigt ene ag nay: ee z, is Ee and the pomaine 
excavation for sraelilof a. ace, perhaps a- : 
Government's Antiquities De-jfor sacrifices. sites oe clad 
partment savs he dates the find! In the bottom of the pit, Per- 
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Court Hits 


Suit to “Gag’ 


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Congress 
Rules Legislature | 
Can’t Be Curbed, 
Tosses Out Action 


To Ban Handbook | 

By John Lindsay 
Stafl Reporter 

A divided, special three- 
judge court ruled here yes- 
terday that if Congress 
chooses to publish false, 
libelous and defamatory 
statements nothing in the 
Constitution “authorizes any- 
one to prevent” it 

This also holds true for the 
President and the Supreme 
Court, according tu the majuvr- 
ity opinion in the unique case 
rendered by Chief Judge Henry 
W. Edgerton of the U. 8S. Court 
of Appeals and Circuit Judge 
E, Barrett Prettyman. 

By its action, the divided 
court, over the vigorous dissent 
of Federal Judge Robert N. 
Wilkin, threw out the complaint 
of the Methodist Federation for 
Social Action which sought to 
ban publication of “A Hand- 
book for Americans.” 

The pamphlet was prepared 
for publication and distribution 
by a Senate Subcommittee and 
describes the Federation as a 
“religious Communist frofRt.” 

The Court denied it had con- 
Stitutional right to grant the 
Federation's motion, and, the 
opinion continued: 

“We have no more authority 
to prevent Congress, or a com- 
mittee or a public officer act- 
ing at the express direction of 
Congress, from publishing a 
document than to prevent them 
from publishing the Congres- 
sional Record.” 

The two judges said that to 
their knowledge no previous 
case existed in which it “has 
even been attempted to prevent 
publication of anything Con 
gress has ordered published.” 

Judge Wilkin, whose injunc- 
tion earlier this month restrain- 
ing publication of the pamph- 
let led to setting up the three- 
judge court, dissented, saying 
“absolute prerogative passed 
out with ‘the Divine Right of 
Kings"”’ 

The privilege of the Legisla- 
tive branch extends only to 
matters of legislation, he wrote 
The Handbook is a “general 
publication,” Judge Wilkin 
Said, and “it seems clear . . 
(it)... is beyond the absolute 
privilege.” 

The dissenting 
called attention to the Feder- 
ations complaint that it was 
not duly heard before the or- 
ganization was listed as a Com- 
munist Front. 

“If the plaintiff is a Commu- 
nist front organization, it 
should be proceeded against 
according to the law which 
Congress has enacted. It should 
not be pilloried as a subversive 
agency before it has had an op- 
portunity to he heard,” Judge 
Wilkin wrote. 

He added that when a con- 
gressional committee departs 
from the legislative halls and 
“enters the publishing business, 
it ought to be subject to the 
same provisions of law regard- 
ing slander and libel that apply 
to other publishers .. .” 


Judge also 


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International News 


‘An Outright Lie’ 


Sol Schiesinger, head of the 
Ideal Uniform Co., Freeport, 
N. Y., branded as “an out- 
right lie” testimony that he 
gave $27,475 in “kickbacks” 
to an Army colonel on con- 
tracts for Air Force caps. The 
colonel, Louis H. Shirley, told 
the Senate Investigating Sub- 
committee that Schlesinger 
“never offered me any money 
at any time.” (Story, P. 3.) 


Asian-African 
Bloc to Press 
Algeria Peace 


News Dispal 

UNITED NATIONS, N. Y., 
May 25 — Twenty-three Asian 
and African nations, in an ac- 
tion similar to that which last 


year compelled France to walk 
out of the United Nations, to- 
day decided to place the bloody 
Algerian issue before the U.N. 
Security Council. 

The Asian-African bloc’s de- 
cision was the third proposal 
advanced this week to halt the 
fighting between some 400,000 
French troops and an estimated 
15,000 Algerian rebels in the 
North African territory. 

At least one of the proposals, 
by Indian Prime Minister Jaw- 
aharlal Nehru, was being stud- 
ied “with great interest,” a 
French Foreign Minister dis- 
closed today. The spol.esman 
made it clear, however, that 
France “does not necessarily 
agree” with the plan, which 
calls for recognition of the 
“national entity” of Algeria. 

France contends that Algeria 
is a part of France, not a co- 
possession or protecto- 
rate, and last autumn she boy- 
cotted the United Nations for 
two months after Algeria was 
placed on the agenda, on 
grounds that the U. N. had no 
right to interfere with a “do- 
mestic” French problem 

It was Nehru's chief spokes- 
man, V. K. Krishna-Menon, 
who devised the diplomatic 
maneuver to ease Algeria off 
the agenda and thus bring 
France back to the U, N. 

A third Algeria peace plan 
has been presented to the Yugo- 
slav Foreign Ministry by a rep- 
resentative of Algerian rebel 
leaders. It calls for a three 
power committee composed of 
Yugoslavia, Italy, and an Arab 
nation—presumably Egypt—to 
supervise a cease-fire and free 
elections later under U. N. aus- 


Fram paiches 


pices. France has not officially. 


reacted to this plan. 


Foundations 
Would Help 
Universities 
In Project 


President Envisions 
Two-Way Avenue 

Of Knowledge, With 
Peace Hopes Aided 


By Chalmers M. Roberts 
Sta Reporter 

WACO, Tex., May 25 
President Eisenhower pro- 
posed here today that Ameri- 
can universities with the sup- 
port of private foundations 
establish schools around the 
globe in a new “person-to- 
person partnership” designed 
to enhance “the prospects 
for a peaceful and prosper- 
ous world.” 

The Chief Executive made 
the suggestion in a commences 
ment address at Baylor Uni 
versity where he received an 
honorary Doctors of Laws de- 
gree He flew here from Wash- 
ington in the morning, return- 
ing in the afternoon. 

The President spelled out his 

oposal to this extent 

™ Each school “would help 
each nation develop its human 
and natural resources” by use 
of “modern techniques and sci- 
ences in areas of the world 
where the hunger for knowl- 
edge and the ability use 
knowledge are unsatisfied be- 
cause educational facilities are 
often not equa] to the existing 
need.” 

® Each school would provide 
“a great avenue of 
communication,” bringing to 
Americans “new knowledge and 
wisdom out of the priceless 
values of another people's tradi- 
tions and proud heritage’ in 
exchange for “knowledge in the 
technical and scientific fields 
where we have had an earlier 
start.” 

°“In no 
should the new 
signed “to transplant 
new area the attitudes, the 
forms, the procedures of A@mer- 
ica.” Rather, “the staffing, the 
conduct, the curriculum of each 
school would be the responsi- 
bility of the people where the 
school might be built.’ 

In his televised speech to 665 
graduating seniors and some 
11,000 spectators in the Heart 
O’Texas Coliseum here, Mr. El 
senhower, describing the threat 
of “a militant, aggressive Com- 
munistic doctrine,” declared 
that “in @eepest sense’ commu- 
nism is “a gigantic failure.” 

That “failure” he said, .is 
shown dy the fact that hun- 
dreds of millions “still cling to 
their religious faith” while Hiv- 
ing in Communist lands, still 
want “justice and freedom” and 
still dream of “human frée- 
dom.” 

The President's proposal 
came in a speech in which he 
developed this theme for his 
college audience: Although the 
See IKE, Page 6, Col. 1 


od 


to 


two-way 


respect,” however, 
schools be de- 
into a 


Leng Prepares for Fight 


Social Security Bill Wins 
Of Senate Unit; Floor Debate Next 


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Associated Press 


A Social Security bill tai-| 


lored to fit 


retirement age for women to 
widows only. 
The Committee also rejected 


Approval 


. to at least $5 a month more for 
'2% million persons now re- 
ceiving Federal-State old age 


Administration | . 
wishes was finally approved by|proposed Social Security tax/|assistance, as well as higher 
the Senate Finance Committee |increase to pay for the added|payments for the needy blind 


yesterday and sent to the floor. | benefits. 
Debate on it there probably) 
will not begin before the week!|Committee bill would be to 
of June 4. 4 extend Social Security cover- 

Sen. Rus¥el] B. Long (D-La.) age to more than 200,000 addi- 


served notice that he will fight|tional persons, including law- 


to restore Administration-op- yers and dentists. 
posed provisions to lower the) 
Social Security retirement age tion contended that lowering 
for all women from 65 to 62, retirement age for women and 


and to set up a system of pay-'setting up the age-50 disability 


ments to totally disabled per- payments plan would be too 


sons starting at age 50. ‘great a burden on the tax- 
' Both provisions were in- payers. 
cluded in the bill passed by the 


Committee rejected the dis-|increase payments for all per- 
ability payments plan com-/oahs now on the public assist- 
pletely and limited the lower'ance rolls. This would amount 


, r 


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Principal effect of the Senate | 


The Eisenhower Administra-' 


| Long also promised a fight 
House last year. The Senate for his rejected amendment to 


land disabled. 

Long said that “this bill will 
be in different form after the 
Senate passes it than the shape 
in which it is coming out of 
committee.” 

Before completing action on 
the bill, the Senate group voted 
‘to continue until June 30, 1959, 
the present formula under 
‘which the Federal Government 
sends funds to the states for 
‘assistance programs. Without 
‘this extension, the payment to 
‘the needy aged, blind and dis- 
‘abled would drop about $5 a 
month after Sept. 30 this year, 
and about $3 a month for needy . 
dependent children. 


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THE WASHIN 
pl Saturday, May 26, 1954 


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Adlai Says Ike’s 


Regime 


Misleads U. S. on Reds 


Facts on Russian 
Gains Withheld, 
Candidate Alleges 
Edward T. Folliard 


Siaf Reporter 

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fia.., 
May 25 — Adlai Stevenson to- 
night accused the Eisenhower 
Administration of withholding 
facts about Russia's gains in her 
rivalry with America, and of 
deliberately misinforming the 
people about foreign affairs. 

"We have been sold rather! 
than told,” he. declared at a 
Stéevnson - for - President rally) 
here.."That is a .ong and dan-| 
gerous step toward being told, 
wifat we are permit'ed to) 
think.” 

Referring to the prospect en-| 
visioned by Gen. Curtis LeMay, 
commander of the Strategic 
Air Force, that Russia ultimate- 
ly will surpass the United 
States in heavy, long-range 
bombers, Stevenson said: 

“Well, I believe in balanced 
budgets—yes, and I hate the 
idea of larger armaments—but 
1 don’t believe in balancing the 
budget by liquid-ting our life 
insurance.’ 


Criticizes Ike Policies 


He said the Soviet Union's 


economy is expanding faster 
than ours. and that the Rus-| STaduated with honors last 


sians are turning out more en- night from a Houston high 
gineers and scientists than we school. She has enrolied in 
the University of Texas, 
where English will be her 
' foreign-language requirement. 


‘Won't Deal.’ 
Mahoney Tell 
Tydings Unit 


BALTIMORE, 
P. Mahoney 


By 


Associated Press 
Americanized 


Luda Karnauch, 18, driven 
from her home in the Ukraine 
in World War Ul and held in 
a German prison until United 
States forces liberated her, 


are 

The Illinois statesman today 
trained his fire on the Republl- 
cans rather than on Sen. Estes 
Kefauver (Tenn.), his rival for 
Florida's 28 convention votes in 
Tuesday's presidential primary 
election. 

He was aroused to his attack 
on Administration foreign pol 
icy when he read an account 
of President Eisenhower's 
Texas speech today. A headline 
quoted the President as saying 
that communism was “a gigan- 
tic failure.” 

Addressing 750 at Stranahan George 


May 25 


accepted 


7 sitti 


* Kefauver Directs 


Fire at Stevenson, 
Charges ‘Smear’ 


By Robert C. Albright 
Staff Reporter 

ST PETERSBURG, 
May 25.—Estes Kefauver today 
accused Adlai Stevenson 
one of his Florida leaders of 
using “smear-and-smile”  tac- 
ities in this State's presidential 
| preference campaign 

Kefauver sharpened his at- 
tack on the former lilinois gov- 
ernor, in and around the ‘am- 
pa Bay area, as his campaign 
entered the iast four days. 

To his many charges against 
Stevenson, Kefauver added a 
‘new one—that the 1952 Demo-| 
cratic standard bearer allowed! 
a “Nixon-type’ attack to be} 
made on him. on the delicate 
segregation issue, by one ol 
his delegate candidatcs. 

Furiously stumping the West 
Florida coast, Kefauver called 
reporters together and com- 
pared the attack made upon 
him as a far-left “sycophant’ | 
of Negroes, by former Gov.| 
Millard Caldwell of Florida, 
last Tuesday, to what he de-| 
scribed as the role Vice Presi- 
dent Richard M. Nixon played! 
in the 1954 campaign. 

“There is a remarkable para- 
llel in the attitude Mr. Steven- 
son takse toward his delegate, 
Caldwell, and President Eisen- 
hower's attitude toward Nixon, 
when Nixon attacks Demo 
crats,.” said Kefauver. 

“Nixon makes vicious attacks 
on the Democrats, and Mr. 
Eisenhower says he never read 
about them Mr Caldwell 
makes an attack on me, and 
Mr. Stevenson says he didn't 
hear it, even though he was 
ng right hehind Caldwell 
That's the same ‘smear and| 
smile’ technique the Republli- 
cans used in °52.” 

The «caldwell incident oc- 
curred four days ago when the 
former Florida Governor intro- 
duced Stevenson from the state 


Fla. 


and | 


Stal! Photo 


Conrad E. Snow to Retire 


Conrad E. Snow (right), whe 


icompetition or tend to create 


will retire May 31 as an as- 


sistant legal adviser for Far Eastern Affairs, Department of 
State, was honored at a ceremony yesterday. Snow has been 
with State since after he left the Army as a brigadier gen- 
eral in 1946. He also is a veteran of World War I, a former 
Rhodes Scholar and was a member of the New Hampshire 
Legislature, 1929-30. He walked to work daily from his 
home at 3111 N. Ist rd., Arlington. Above, Snow is presented 
with some books as a retirement present from Ward Cam- 


Sunday Rites 
Will Honor | 


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War Dead | 


; 

American war dead will be 
remembered in memorial ser- 
vices Sunday. 


The Knights of Columbus’) 


18th annual Memorial Military} 


Field Mass, sponsored by Wash-| 
ington General Assembly 
(Fourth Degree), will be cele-| 


Field, Stevenson seemed to be today an invitation to Sunday’s Capitol steps in Tallahassee. In brated at 10 a.m. in the Na-| 


trying to explode the argument bury-the-hatchet meeting of so doing he read an editorial tional Amphitheater, Arlington.’ 


that. since the President is a' Maryland Democratic leaders 
five-star general, nobody ought but warned he “will not enter 
to challenge him in the field into any deals... The session 
of military affairs. has been called for 8 p. m. in 

“IT am told repeatedly.” hea Baltimore hotel, The Emer- 
said, “that it is bad politics to son, by Millard E. Tydings. 
tal& about America’s problems/cendidate for the United States 
inthe world today, that people Senate. 
w@uld rather be left feeling) A Tydings spokesman said 
that statesmen and diplomats yesterday it was conceived to 
aga soldiers can take care of “give everybody a fair shake” 
oe things and that the rest at the state party conveation 
ofMs don't need to worry. Monday. 

"Well, bad politics or not, I) The convention will formalize 
don't agree. The purpose of an|Tydings’ nomination. which he 
ena yet a pom ma must won over Mahoney and three 
» to get the people's Judgment others in the May 7 primary. 
om the most serious problems Mahoney and Tydings each won 
wae ae as far be Feno _— 76 nominating votes in the pri- 
cemped, theres no Diinking the mary but the latter was de- 
colg@, hard facts that right now clared the victor because he 
Socepeeney is age ground in'drew more popular votes than 
its war Wi communism. Mahoney 

tinuing, Stevenson said: | It marked the fourth unsuc 

“The present Administration cessful bid for state-wide office 
in Washington contributes by Mahoney, whose bucking of 
daily to the illusion im this established party leaders has 
country that either weve £0 been a major factor in Demo- 
Saad oo wegen ny poste. ‘a cratic losses in recent general 

a er who) y3 > elections. 
bound to collapse anyway be-| Tydings. who next fall will 
caus it ts ove _ . |face Republican Sen. John Mar- 
. Unfortunately this Just isn tishaii Butler, his conqueror in 
true. the 1950 general election, hopes 
Hits Silence on Facts ‘to unite the party for the big 

sends enield weak out oe push in his comeback cam- 

, aign. 
strongly as I can against ou~ P the candidate himself 
having been denied by this Ad-jpe6n jt] since his return 
ministration the facts we ought 
to have, against sare Cage delib-| more than a week ago. A mem- 
—— ee oe COM-'ber of his family said he had 
"= aus ak thle otal Steven seen ae up al week with an 
y . 2... \Anfected tooth.” 
ie se ogee being But he laid the groundwork 
"Pears and plano ae the | Lor Sunday's meeting, inviting 
~ “about 40 or 50” “ty 
Nation's most important busi- figures. ie ~ 
ness,” he continued. “Yet our) One obvious reason for the 
Government has used foreign) get-together an attempt to 
Pe pret mgt ge amy a avert any convention fireworks 
failures, it has been unwilling oe — oa 
ee ee conan a oe x path major factions 
suai . ~~ (‘Claiming & majority of sym- 
int nga’ And if the ay pathetic delegates, the conven- 
weed as “gy succes foe tion could produce bitter fights 
nen ne otaity — 4S over the election of national 
me vere wonderfully well in| committee members and dele- 
oe us. lea h gates to the national party con- 
cia te amg M Sahn thd Poster vention in Chicago next August. 
‘Dulles told a House Committee | oe toe 
last June that the Soviet Union $5 Million ¢ 
was “on the point of col-| : 
lapsing.” He also recalled Seen in Massachusetts 
Dulles’ statement last Novem-| Pei e ; 
ber that “we have the initiative, | 4 na May 25 ip—State 
vary distinctly” in the Middle a ture Commissioner 1 
East and in South Asia. And ni oe ° a frost 
then he went on to relate how sty Py a te Ae oo two 
Dulles boasted that he and the te ay — ‘ er usetts 
President had conducted the #PP/© and early vegetable crop. 


has 
from 


is 


rop Loss 


Nation three times to the brink causing damage estimated at 5 May 25—The Cambodian Gov- 


million. 


of war and “then averted catas | tawes said damage suffered 


trophe by his’ own peerless 
statesmanship. would hit 
See Loss of Leadership small fruits were hit hard as 

“We must do better than Were such small vegetables as 


this.” he said. “Underlying tomatoes anc beans. 


a vacation at Hot Springs, Va., d 


by Massachusetts apple growers lomatic 
$2 million. Other'Israel will send its representa. 


from the Richmond News Lead 
er highly critical of Kefauver 
on the integration issue. 

Five hours later Stevenson 
had called a press conference 
to say that he had not heard 
Caldwell’s remarks. Stevenson 
said he was seated behind Cald- 
well but could sot hear a word 
he said. He disclaimed any re- 
sponsibility for Caldwell’s state- 
ments, -aying he probably did 
not agree on everything with 
many vf his delegate candi- 
dates. 

Kefauver told a street corner 
crowd in Clearwater, Fla., that 
neither Mr. Eisenhower, in ig- 
noring Nixon’s attacks on the 
Democrats, nor Stevenson, in 
saying he didn’t hear Caldwell, 
“can escape personal responsi- 
bility for what their personal 
representatives and associates 
state anc do. 

If I had been sitting behind 
a delegate of mine, and I had 
learned of such an attack on 
Mr. Stevenson, I would not just 
have disclaimed responsibility,” 
Kefauver told the voters of this 
area. “I would have condemned 
and repudiated it and him.” 

Later today, Kefauver “apol- 
ogized” to Stevenson for having 
“accidentally confused” two 
antitrust suits pending against 
the Radio Corporation of Amer- 
ica in charges the Senator 
aimed at Stevenson on Thurs 
ay 
Kefauver had said Stevenson 
as a corporation lawyer repre- 
sented RCA before the Su- 
preme Court in its defense of 
an antitrust suit brought by} 
the United States Government. 
Actually Stevenson had repre- 
sented RCA in defending a suit 
brought by Zenith Radio and 
Television Co. 

“Both (suits) are based on 
substantially the same grounds 
and bot! are aimed at breaking 
up the stranglehold which RCA 
has on the radio and televisicn 
industry through its control of 
a vast number of patents,” said 
Kefauver. 

Kefauver said Stevenson ar- 
gued the case in defense of 
RCA in .he Supreme Court, in 
ithe suit brought by Zenith. He 
‘ he was “sorry” to have 
‘confused the two cases, but that 
Stevenson had remained silent 
on “great growth of monopoly” 
issue. 


Israel-Cambodia Tie Set 
Reuters 


PHNOMPENH, Cam bo dia, 


ernment has agreed to an 
Israeli request to exchange dip- 
representatives, and 


tive to Phnompenh immediate- 
ly, an authoritative source said} 
‘here today. 


——— —_- ee 


every other freedom, is the 
freedom to know, to know the 
facts, especially the facts about 
our own prospects for life or 
for death. 

“Given the. facts, Americans 
will not retreat in confusion or 
dissolve in terror, but will re- 
spond with determination to do 
whatever is necessary to assure 
the Nation's safety. | 

“And much is necessary. For 
the truth is that four years ago 
America was the economic, 
military and moral leader of) 
the world, but that today it is 
none of these. And the great 
demand upon us as a people, 
the demand of freedom, of de- 
mocracy, perhaps of civiliza- 
tion and of survival is that we 
regain this leadership. We bet- 
ter face this and face it square- 
- ly while we still can do some-' 

thing about it.” Siew 

He then listed the facts tha 
America must face—Russia’s 
rapidly - expanding economy, > 
her output of war planes which 

e;said now exceeds ours by 
2000 planes a year, and the re- 
port that the Russians have de- 
veloped guided missiles with a 
longer range thar ours. | 


Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo J. Ryan! 
will be celebrant of the Mass. | 
The sermon will be preached by) 
Auxiliary Bishop Philip J. Fur-| 
song of the Military Ordinar- 
late. 

The Department of the Dis- 
trict of Columbia Auxiliary) 
United Spanish War Veterans’ 
will conduct services at 10 a. m. 
at the Lincoln Memorial Water- 
gate, for those who died at sea.’ 

Lt. B. C. Howland, U.S. Navy 
Chaplains Corps, will be intro- 
duced by Department Com- 
mander George Livingston. 
Members of the U.S. Army 
Band will play. Flowers will be 
strewn on the Potomac River 
at the end of the service. | 


Pineau Back in Paris 
PARIS, May 25 ‘#—French 
Foreign Minister Christian 


Pineau returned to Paris to- 
night from Moscow and talks 
with the Soviet leaders. 


‘so - 


/ 


Bar Backs Weeks on Antitrust 


| mergers instead of Justice and 

the Federal Trade Commission. 
It would also permit some merg- 
ers that are now outlawed. 

The bill's last major feature 
would empower the FTC to seek 
an injunction against mergers 
it believed might violate the 
law. 


90-day waiting period could ¢ost 
merger-planfiing firms tax bene- 
fits, 

The Bar Association witness, 
a former head of Justice's Anti- 
‘trust Division, indorsed two 
‘other provisions of the Howuse- 
passed bill, one of which has 
also divided the Administration. | 

It would extend antitrust 
bans to banks merging through 
purchase of assets. At present. 
the law covers only bank merg- 
ers through sale of stock. The 
Justice Department favors the 
change, with Barnes having 
argued against “special anti 
trust treatment for banks.” 

But the Treasury Depart 
ment, Federal Reserve Board 
and Federa] Deposit Insurance 
Corporatio support a measure 
that would give banking agen 
cies supervision over bank 


By Bernard D. Nossiter 


Staff Reporter 


The American Bar Associ- 
ation yesterday lined up with 
Commerce Secretary Sinclair 
Weeks in the Cabinet-level split 
over bills to strengthen anti- 
trust laws. : 

Herbert A. Bergson, bar 
group spokesman, told a Sen- 
ate Judiciary Subcommittee 
that requiring corporations to’ 
give the Government 90-days 
advance notice of mergers 
coulld kill deals that don't vio- 
‘late antitrust statutes 

In a letter to the Subcommit 
tee headed by Sen. Joseph C 
|\O’Mahoney (D-Wyo.), Weeks 
‘expressed a similar view. He 
lea led the proposed legislation 
'“drastic” and said it would “in 
‘hibit many desirable mergers 
‘and would seriously impair the 
lability of smaller business 
‘firms with financial difficulties 
‘to work out appropriate ar- 
|rangements.” 
|. Weeks’ stand conflicts with 
the Justice Department Assist 
‘ant Attorney General Stanley 
iN. Barnes has testified that ad- 
'wance notice is necessary to dis- 
cover and appraise the com 
‘petitive effects of mergers be- 
fore they take place 

The law now prohibits merg- 
ers that substantially lessen 


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By Herbert Foster 
United Press 


An Army colonel and a black- 
listed military capmaker yes- 
terday denied under oath sworn. 
charges ‘that the officer re-| 
ceived $27,475 in “kickbacks” | 
on contracts for Air Force caps. 

Col. Louis H. Shirley of the! 
Army Quartermaster C orps tes-) 
tified before the Senate inves-. 
tigating subcommittee that cap-! 
maker Sol Schlesinger, head 
of the Ideal Uniform Co., Free- 
port, N. Y., “never offered me 
any money at any time.” 

Shirley testified after Schles- 
inger had branded “an outright 
lie” sworn testimony that he 
had given money to Shirley, 
who had awarded him the con- 
tracts. 

Subcommittee Chairman John 
L. McClellan (D-Ark.), threat- 
ening perjury and contempt 
prosecution, warned Schlesin- 
ger that “somebody has com- 
mitted willful perjury before 
this committee. 

Shirley defended his award 
of two contracts to prey td 
for a total of 720,000 Air Force | 
caps. The subcommittee had 
charged that Schlesinger’s firm 
was behind schedule on the first! 
500,000. caps but still got an 
order for 220,000 more. 

Shirley accused the subcom- 
mittee of resorting to “hind- 
sight.” 

The subcommittee also at- 
tempted to link Shirley with | 
another military uniform mak- 
er, Herman Kravitz of Atlantic 
City, N. J. Like Schlesinger, 
Kravitz has been barred from 
handling any more uniform con- 
tracts. 

McClellan ordered Shirley to) 
prove that he paid his own | 
hotel bill in Paris, May 23, 1952. 
Shirley swore he did and said. 
he thought he stayed at the’ 
Hotel California. Subcommittee | 
Counsel Robert Kennedy pro- 

‘duced documents which said 
that Kravitz paid a $23 bill be- 
cause Shirley stayed in Kravitz’ 
suite in the Hotel Ritz. 

Shirley was then stationed in 
Germany. Kravitz was a tourist.) 

Shirley testified he never ac- 
cepted gifts or favors from) 
Kravitz, though he said he. 
stayed one night at Kravitz’! 
home in Atlantic City. 


Lovely Louise Alexander, 


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a 16-year-old Suitland, Md., 


blonde, poses prettily after winning the title of Miss Glen 
Echo last nicht. It’s sort of a repeat performance for Louise 
—last year she wa was 5 Miss Photogenic at Glen Echo. 


Shirley, head of the clothing|—— 
and equipage branch of the 
Quartermaster Purchasing Of-- NARCOTICS—Fr. P. I 

50-51, 


fice in New York in 19 
said he had orders to meet con- 
tractors socially and make 
every effort to speed produc- 
tion of supplies for the Korean 
war. 

Kennedy questioned Shirley 
about why Schlesinger got a 
second contract when he was. 
delinquent in deliveries on his posed on persons selling heroin 
ee one. Shirley ht Ae > ag ge or kl ee three 

esinger was no ehind times for smuggling heroin. 
schedule. He said he had been 
granted time extensions be-'tap was the most deadly drug 
a re Recah or rer se = could pe meas into the 

es merican body politic. 
P ottpto ag! even In a two-hour review of pro- 
the first contract, but a person- tection of privacy from Biblical 
al inspection of his plant con- times to the present, the Oregon 
ete cone Schlesinger could Senator declared that wire-tap- 

He conceded that 220000 Rn agnent® Tis amendmen 
Caps of the Urst contract had tO |p potects persons from unreason- 
be farmed out to another sii. searches and seizures 
maker, but said that was “not re a 
unusual” and the Air Force) Morse said he could never 
wanted the caps in a hurry. accept capital punishment * ‘out 


Schlesinger and Shirley to re-|_ Speaking for the bill, Sen. 
turn for more testimony next Daniel,” who introdueed it, said, 


Tuesday. “You can’t catch big dope 
‘racketeers without tapping.” 
‘Big dealers are safeguarded 
behind their telephones, al- 
‘though prosecutors know who 
they are, according to Daniel. 

Sen. O'Mahoney said narcot- 
ics traders were “spiders in 


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Bring 20-Year Term 


A former upholstery worker 
of Fairfax County was sen- 
tenced yesterday to serve 20 
years in the penitentiary for 
robbery and sex offenses. 

Wallace E. Sisk, 20, of Fair- 
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Morse asserted that a wire- 


‘of sleeping and 


Wire Tap Death Clause : 
In Dope Bill Attacked 


distant webs seeking to hide 
even from their own victims.” 

Despite arguments of Daniel 
and O'Mahoney that Presidents 
Roosevelt, Truman and Eisen- 
hower all had allowed wire. 
tapping of suspected subver. 
sives’ calls, Morse called such 
interception shocking. 

He was joined in opposition 
by Sen. Herbert H. Lehman 
(D-N. Y.), who asked for re- 
habilitation of addicts rather 
than increased penalties. 

The bill outlaws heroin 
the United States and sas Poa 
stiff penalties for dealers in 
illicit narcotics. These are from 


10 years imprisonment to death| 


for sale of heroin to juveniles: 
from five years to death for 


smuggling heroin into this coun-| 
and from five to 10 years 
' 


try, 
for smuggling marijuana. 

The Metropolitan Police of 
the District could serve Federal 
narcotics search warrants with- 
out a Federal narcotics agent or 
marshal, now required by law. 

A separate District bill to 
help treat addicts, control sales 
“thrill pills” 


‘and make police searches eas- 


lier at night 


was favored by 


'Morse. This measure is slated 


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dale area housewife last June } 
13. 


for hearing at 10 a. m. Monday 
before the Senate District Com- 
mittee. 

It was drafted from a study 
‘of narcotics laws by the Com- 
missioners’ Council on Law en- 
forcement, the local Criminal 
Justice Association and the 
United States attorney here. 

It would allow arrested ad- 
ape, to be kept, if necessary, 

a hospital from their arrest 
their trial. Following hos- 
pitalization, an addict could be 
required to report to the Health 
Department regularly fer two 
years. 

Dealers in amphetamines, 
barbiturates and other danger- 
ous drugs would be required to 
keep records. Search warrants 
could be issued on probable 
cause both day and ‘night. 
Under present law, officers may 
search dope dens at night only 
if they have “positive evidence” 
that they will find narcotics in- 
side. 


* | A freak accident which cost: bridge!” 


"= |from the overpass at South Da- the 


delphia-llew Jersey area,” 


_.. charges of corruption in han- 
dling Government uniform 
\manufacturing contracts. 


Woman Driver C leated 


Tl n Death of Trainman 


Baker said Webber 
ithe life of a B. & O. railroad shouted to him just before 
fiieman May 17 was ruled un- their cab struck the dangling 
avoidahe by a cordner’s jury rail. “When it hit, I thought 
testimony for the car had dropped on us and 
more than three hours. | stopped as soon as I could.” 
The victim, Millard P. Web- Webber skull was crushed by 
ber, 34, of Brunswick, Md., was the rail. 
killed when the cab of his train, The interdepartmental hassle 
bound for Baltimore at 70 n.iles over whether Webber died a 
an hour, was shattered by a traffic victim hinges on the 
length of metal railing dangling | definition of such a fatality by 
National Safety Council 
kota ave., near Vista pl. ne. When an object is dislodged by 
The railing had been dis-:an auto and immediately 
lodged by a car driven by Eliza-|strikes the victim, inflicting 
beth Enz, 52. of 2920 Yost pl. fatal injuries, it is a traffic 
ine., who testified a fellow mo-| death, according to the NSC. 
torist had forced her car into| Coroner MacDonald said the 
it. The jury’s verdict exoner- three minutes that elapsed be- 
ated her of blame in the fire- twen the time Mrs. Enz’s car 
iman’s death. dislodged the railing and the 
Coroner A. Magruder Mac- train struck it was “immediate” 
‘Donald subsequently 
ithe death a traffic fatality. But ber’s death Was due to a traffic 
the Police Accident Investiga- mishap. He termed the police 
‘tion Unit differed and said it position “asinine.’ 


would continue to carry the! On the other hand. Lt. Albert 
city’s 1956 toll at 27, excluding|B. Nicholson, of the AIU. ex- 
the death of the fireman. plained that because of the 


Among the witnesses, Harvey time lag and the fact that the 
R. Baker, 60, engineer of the train struck the object. 


train, disclosed that Wetber than vice versa, he would con- 

had a split-second warning of tinue to list it as an industrial 

his fate accident, not chargeable to 
“Look, there's a car over the traffic. 


‘Top Hoodlum’ Named 


In Uniform Probe Dies 


BALTIMORE, May 25 \®#—iof between $25 and $50 thou- 

Marco Reginelli, 58, identified —, The New verre ongpon 

. ectien,|-OUrt opinion sai is only 

at . FLsens senate Investiga known source of income was 
tions Subcommittee hearing as 


from a plastic manufacturing 
“the top hoodlum of the Phila-'\company. some real estate and 
died 


Government bonds which net- 
there today at the Union Memo-|ted him a total of between 
‘rial Hospital. $7000 and $8000 a year. The 

Reginelli's name bobbed up court added that it thought 
in Senate investigations of the rest came from illegal gam- 
bling activities. 


Rob- 
‘ert F. Kennedy, counsel for the | 
he “aan called him. a 


‘Hiroshima 


odium” and said he had e 5 ‘ 
Bren arrested 16 times, con- M id dD 
vistea si times and “involved a aii Les 


in three murders. sali: ts 
Born in Nepazzono, Italy, he Af S 

ye 6 aay for Amerioen citizen- fer urgery 
ship but the New Jersey Su-| 

preme Court on May 3 ruled} NEW YORK, May 25 »—One 

he was unfit for citizenship on'of the .“Hiroshima maidens” 

grounds he had “failed to prove | died last night of a heart attack 


ae enerery =o fs she suffered during an opera- 
The court in January voted tion to remove the scars of a 
unanimously to revoke his citi-- World War II atom blast. 
zenship, granted last August by; Tomoko Nakabayashi, 26, died 
an Atlantic County (N. J.) judge. | six hours after the operation 
The U.S. Supreme Court re- She had undergone two success- 
fused to review the case. ful operations at Mt. Sinai Hos- 
Reginelli reported an income pital previously. During the 
for the five years prior to 1952 third one yesterday she had the 
. attack, Six hours later she was 
ipronounced dead. 
| Miss Nakabayashi was one of 
25 Japanese girls brought to the 
United States for plastic sur- 
\gery to erase the scars they re- 
iceived during the leveling of 
Hiroshima. 
Dubbed the “Hiroshima Maid- 
ens,” they arrived last year un- 


Passed Over 
By Council der sponsorship of the State De- 
partment with their medical 


CHICAGO, May 25 (*%—For'care provided for by private 
the first time in many years,/ subscription. 


the National Safety Council BE grog | nf group of them 

; : ew to Washington to express 
today declined to present any to America their thanks for the 
State or city its grand award care and hospitality. 


for all-around traffic safety) 


« Safety Awar 


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Wed 50 Years 


The Rev. Dr. Andrew R. Bird, 
minister of the Church of the 
Pilgrims, 22d and P sts. nw., 
and Mrs. Bird have just ob- 
served their Golden Wedding 
anniversary. Married in Rich- 
mond in 1906, they came to 
Washington in 1911. They live 
at 2230 Q st. nw. 


Probe Set 
In Refusal of 


Police Escort 


Investtigation of a refusal by 
two Park Policemen to escort 
a citizen and his hemorrhaging 
wife through heavy traffic to 
Columbia Hospital was ordered 
yesterday afterr the motorist 
complained 

Acting Capt Raymond F. 
Selby, commanding the Park 
force in the absence of Chief 
Harold F. Stewart, acknowl- 
edged receipt of an oral com- 
plaint from George P. Abbott, 
38, of Suitland, Md., an employe 


of the Civil Aeronautics Ad- 
ministration 

Abbott said he was callled 
at work about 4:30 a. m. by 
his wife, Ruth, 38, an expectant 


mother. Hurrying home he put 
her and their two children in 
the family car, called their 
family physician and on his in- 
structions set out for Columbia 
where the doctor had said he 
would await their arrival in 
readiness for surgery. 

Abbott said he ran into the 
rush hour traffic crush in the 
vicinity of the Tidal Basin 
about 7 a. m. and sought the 
aid of the police cruiser. 

Abbott said both policemen 
expresseed sympathy, but said 
they could not escort him to 
any but the nearest. hospital 
under terms of an order issued 
by Stewart Feb. 15. The nearest 
hospital would have been 
emergency 

Abbot went on and after 
reached Columbia 
at 25th and L sts. nw., where 
the required surgery. was done 


Mrs. Abbott's condition later 
was described as “good.” ; 
Selby said his investigation 


would be limited to identifying 
the policemen involved and as- 
certaining if they acted within 
the meaning of the “nearest 
hospital” escort order. 

Police said the order is rigidly 
enforced and that a private, 
and a sergeant from whom the 
private got permission to break 
the order last March, were both 
reprimanded for the infraction. 

In that case, it was explained, 
a woman had given birth with 
an escorting doctor in attend- 
ance in an auto near the Cal. 
vert st. Bridge. The physician 
asked a Park Police@ escort to 
Bethesda Naval Hospital, and 
was furnished one to the Dis- 
trict Line by the private, who 
first. asked authority for the 


mission. He was censured for 
“leaving his beat,” police re- 
ported, and his sergeant was 


reprimanded for authorizing his 
absence 

A Park Police spokesman 
said he believed the “nearest 
hospital” order was intended to 
curtail the risk of accident to 
all concerned on such emer- 
gency missions. 


performance in 1955. | 

A worsening traffic safety, 
situation throughout the United) 
States was given by the Coun- 
cil as its reason for withhold- 
ing its Award of Honor, the 
Council's top recognition for 
safety performance. 

Only one state— Minnesota—| 
and four cities—Dallas, Seat- 
tle, Oklahoma City and Palo 
Alto, Calif. — were granted 
Awards of Merit for achieting 
a grade of 70 per cent or more 


in all sections of the Traffic 
Safety Award program. 
In addition, the Council 


awarded certificates of achieve- 
ment to 24 additional states 
and 398 other cities for activi- 
ties in various phases of traffic 
accident prevention, although 
their total grades were insuf- 
ficient to win major awards. | 

The award-winning cities in- 
cluded 195 which had no traffic 
deaths during 1955. In addi- 
tion, 667 cities in the under 
10,000 population group, not 
eligible for the award program, 
were cited on a special honor’ 
roll for having no traffic deaths. | 


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Saturday, May 26, 1956 . 


Woman’s Body Is Found | 
In Closet; Car Missing 


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CARSON CITY, May the apartment residence of baf- 


2 W—A 22-year-old blonde tender Williant E. Boswell, who 


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the belt of a woman's hotise- 
coat. The belt was found under 
the body. She was wearing & 
dress when found, but her pat 
ties were on the floor of the 
closet. 

She divorced Jack Devinney 
of Philadelphia here last fall 
and was married to Thomas 
Walter Van Ryne. 39. a tox 
cologist now serving a one-year 


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here last night. 

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Prince H a w- 


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woman as Mrs. 4 
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daughter of! Mrs. Van Ryne 


Mrs. Elizabeth Flagler Harris of 
the fashionable Chestnut Hill 
section of ‘Philadelphia and J 
Andrew Harris lll of suburban 
Gwyned Valley. term in Los Angeles for 
Sheriff Lester Smith said her suing checks without sufficien 
body was found in a closet at funds. 


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Cyprus ‘Civil 


NICOSIA, Cyprus, May 25 (Pp 
Thirteen persons were injured 
today as Greek and Turkish- 
Cypriots clashed with kpives, 
clubs and barre! staves for the 
second day. British authorities 
sent an entire regiment to 
break it up. 

Women and children joined 
in the melee on the main street 
of Larnaca, in southern Cyprus. 
Many Cypriots of Greek de 
scent. have staged a bitter fight 
to break their ties with Britain 
and unite with Greece, while 
TurkishCypriots generally 
favor British rule. 

Six Greeks and seven Turks 
were hospitalized in today’s 
brawl. Four of the Greeks were 
in critical condition. 

Turkish<ypriot leader Fazil 
Kutehuk said, “It looks like 
civil war.” As chairman of the 
Cyprus-Turkish party, he cabled 


the Prime Minister of Turkey) 


for support. 

At the village of Polis on the 
northwest coast Greek and 
Turk leaders joined to ask 
Rritain to impose a curfew to 
prevent violence there. 

[Reuters reported that an 
indefinite curfew was later im 
posed on Larnaca.) 

In Nicosia, school girls 
clashed with British troops 
over possession of 2 Greek flag. 
Two soldiers were wounded 
when a bomb exploded in a 
British jeep in Famagusta, and 
a villager was killed in an inci 
dent at Tricomo. 

[Reuters reported that Soti 
rios Epiphanious, 22-year-old 
Greek-Cypriot, was sentenced 
to-life iraprisonment when he 
pleaded guilty to carrying a 
loaded pistol. Under the emer 
gency regulations, death is the 
maximum penalty for the of 
fense.| 


Union's Donatian 


To Rebels Protested 


LONDON, May 
Members of the _ § Electrical 
Trades Union today protested 
to London “headquarters after 
hearinz ‘that union officials had 
donated $56 as “legal aic” to 
Greek-Cypriot rebels. Many of 
the protests reportedly came 
frem members who have rela 
tives serving with British forces 
or Cyprus. 


25 (INS 


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Searching for four missing comrades, 
a French patrol asks | 


well as for rebels, 


as 


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Reuters 


‘ies accysed Britain of “atroci-| 
ities” 
communique published here 
day. 


South African 


._ Admits Threat 


Associated Press 


Algeria Raids Snare 100 Top Rebels 


From News Dispafche 
ALGIERS, 
authorities today 
the arrest of mor? than 100 sus 
leaders 
found 


May 25 French 


announced 
whose 


pected rebel 


names were on a cap 
tured document. 

The at 
daylong raids here and in Oran 
Those arrested included a 
former member of Algerian 
directors of the Gen- 
Algerian Work 


and a secretary-general of 


rests resulted from 


the 
Asemb! 
eral Union of 
ers, 
the Moslem Boy 
offi reported that 
at least 100 had been 
killed in a daylong battle near 
Khemis on the A 
said 


Scouts. 
Army cers 


rebels 


lgeria-Morocco 


border. They only one 


five wounded. 

The Army also reported that 
Ouleds Aissaoui tribesmen had 
asked permission to join 
French troops in action against 
a rebel band on the Tunisian 
frontier. 

New restrictions were placed 
on news correspondents in 
Algeria, meantime, forbidding 
them to report, without auth- 
orization, the number of cas-| 
ualties, information that might) 
prove useful to the rebels, and 
“macabre descriptions which 
might cause anguish to families 
concerned.” | 

In Paris a two-day debate 
on all aspects of the policies of 


Se ——— ———— 


West Rebuffs Soviet on Joint Plan 
In Mideast; U. N. Council Parley Set 


NATIONS, N. Y 
May 25 m—The Western pow 
ers. were reported tonight to 
have rebuffed a Soviet offer to 


ond them in working out a 


plan for U. N. action in 
the Middle East. 

This word came from reli- 
able sources as British delc- 
gate Sir Pierson Dixon, on be- 
half of the Western powers, 
formally asked for a meeting 
of the 1l-nation Security Coun- 
cil. It was announced there 
would be a meeting at 3 p. m 
Tué@sday. 

Informed quarters said Dixon 
and United States Delegate 
Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. had 
turned down a request by So- 
viet Delegate Arkady A. Sobo- 
lev that they collaborate in 
dra‘ting a resolution 

Instead, they asked the Rus 
sians te support a British reso- 
lution worked out in consulta. 
tion with the United States and 
France. This draft was finally 
agreed upon by the Western 
powers this afternoon and cir 
culated privately to the council 
members. 

Provisions of the British plan 
were kept secret, but one diplo- 
mat who had seen it said it had 
important proposals for follow. 
ing up the cease-fire agree- 
ments U. N. Secretary-General 


UNITED 


Hammarskiold got from 
the Israeli and Arad govern 
ments on his recent Middle 
East mission 


Dag 


Balkan Disarmament? 
N.Y. Herald Trit Service 
MOSCOW, May Foreign 

Minister V. M. de- 

clined tonight to or 

deny reports that 

Union is preparing to withdraw 

troops from Hungary and Ro- 

mania as a further ‘disarma- 
ment move 

Molotov was asked about the 
unconfirmed reports circulat- 
ing here, while he attended an 

Independence Day reception at 

the Argentine Embassy 
“It is the first have heard 

about it,” he said. “You journal. 
ists always hear the news be- 
fore me.” 


ine News 
25 

Molotov 
coniirm 
the Soviet 


Hungary Builds Barrier 
Reuters 


VIENNA, May 25—Hungary, 


while dismantling her barbed-. 


wire and minefield barrier on 
the Austrian frontier re- 
erecting it 500 yards inside her 
own territory, officials of the 
Austrian Ministry of the Inte- 
rior said today. 

Hungary announced the re. 
moval of her “technical barrier” 
two weeks ago in response to 


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Argentine Strike Eased 
BUENOS AIRES, May 25 
(INS}—Some of Buenos Aires’ 
Striking transport workers re- 
turned to their jobs early today 
but the walkout continued to 
hamper travel on Argentina's 
national Independence om 
Government sources refused 
comment on reports that a 
number of the strikers had been 
arrested for refusing to comply 
with the decree “mobilizing” 
them into the armed forces. 


Bonn Cabinet Rift Healed| 


Reuters 

BONN, West Germany, May 
25—Chancellor Konrad Ade- 
nauer tonight ended the danger 
of a Cabinet split over eco- 
nomic policy when he told 
Ludwig Erhard that he had full 
confidence in him “both per.- 
sonally and as Minister of 
nomics 

Rumors that Adenauer's two 
top financial experts, Erhard 
and Finance Minister Fritz 
Schaeffer, would resign spread 
yesterday after the Chancellor 
‘had denounced last week's in- 
crease of the bank interest rate 
Both 
known to have 
step, taken by 


ministers were 
approved the 


ithe independent Central Bank- 
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Bribe to Kill 


De Galindez 


; 

HAVANA, Cuba, May 25 (# 
A Cuban ex-convict has told’ 
authorities he was offered’ 
money to kill Jesus de Galin-| 
dez, missing Columbia Univer- 
Sity assistant professor. They 
said his story needed further 
checking. 

Galindez disappeared in New 
York City March 12. A Span- 
iard who formerly lived in the 
Dominican Republic, Galindez 
had prepared a thesis on the 
Trujillo regime in that coun- 
try before his disappearance 

Police identified the ex-con-| 
vict as Rafael Soler Puig, bet-' 
ter known as El Muerto (The 
He was convicted 


but won release from prison 
under a general amnesty for) 
‘political criminals. He is now, 
,under arrest pending ~-investi-| 
‘gation of the killing of a 
‘Dominican exile. 

Soler told newsmen that y 


February or March of last year 
he...received an. offer of $5000. 


to kill Galindez but refused. 
The offer was made, he said, 
at a meeting with two men who. 
_were introduced to him by the 
‘wife of a Dominican police’ 
officer. / 

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tain village in Algeria. 


Mol- 


CAPE TOWN, May 25—War 
between whites and blacks may 
be the only possible result of 
‘apartheid (total segregation) in 
South Africa. This startling 
‘admission was made by no less 
a figure than the South African 
government's Minister for Na- 
tive Affairs, Hendrik Verwoerd 
| He drew comfort, however, 
from the fact that under apar- 
theid, the .whites would still 
control the army. 
| InJ@ fevcent parliamentary 
debate on apartheid, Verwoerd 
admitted his policy could lead 
to eventual transformation of 
South “Afrita’s native reserves 
into antagonistic independent 
_black states. It was not the 
|government’s policy to grant 
such sovereignty, he said, but 
ia future generation might have 
ito yield to the Afrieans’ de 
/mands. 


| Verwoerd’s solution was: “Tf 


as a result of our policy there declared that Secretary of 


is a white<controlled South 
Africa and separate black 
states. 


their territory 


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{tions Mo any kind on Aden or'edly 
PARIS, May 25—Saudi Ara lits neighboring protectorates. 


in the Aden atea in a ferred to British radio reports! 

to-\that British planes had. strafed’ 
and destroyed three trucks see 

The communique said Saudjpheaded for Aden. 

\Arabia had no territorial ambi-| 


at least the whites will fairs of our independent and 
French soldiers was killed and Premier Guy Mollet was set he sure of retaining control in'sovereign country, has wished 
(and) will have upon it the return of the yoke 


made dummy runs 
ithree trucks full of Aden Pro 
tectorate tribesmen about 
imiles inside the eastern protec 
border Sunday 
‘tribesmen surrendered 
R.A.F. intelligence officer ‘al 
the head of 50 local levies. Fif 
~'ty-two were imprisoned and 
Pt other 67 retecased 
[British intelligence 


The “atrocities” charge re- 


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Saturdey, May 26, 1956 


‘rom Page I 


is divided between com- 
m “which denies the, 


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’ 
meeperate and to help others to) 
wild,” many people not under 

omunism “are not 
ly thinking in terms of op-) 
sing concepts of communistic| 
tatorship and of human rights 
freedom.” 
Many people have as the 
ost unyielding of their as- 
ations”_an- “intense national-' 
m” which is not to be “feared 
itself.’ But this “emotional | 
Pge for a completely independ-| 
mat existence may conflict with 
equal desire for higher liv- 
standards.” Here the Presi- 
t seemed to be recalling the! 
nt visit to Washington of) 
fonesian President Sukarno,) 
passionate nationalist, al-) 
ugh Mr. Eisenhower did not 
ntion him. Sx 
he President said this “con- 
t” between nationalism and 
a’ desire for self-betterment 
means “we must put to our- 
s@lvecs this question: 
“How can we help answer 
h the great desire of peoples, 
f@r a separate, independent ex-| 
igfence and the need for eco-| 


ke Proposes College ‘Exports’ 


ic unfon or, at least, effec. need for more mutual trade, universities and to their grad- 
is scatmeutios among them?” advan@ment of “legitimate po-|Uates?” He went on: 
"The President talked of ¢f-|jj+j-a} 


farts to bring about closer 
stern European unity, a goal) 


he said “seems nearer today ‘traditions. 
than at any time in centuries” familiar Eisenhower 
the need for more understand-|srarked by the zeal and fire 


yet perhaps is still “an the far- 
of horizon.” He spoke of ef: i 


f@rts to widen the scope of the point he made his universities: devote themselves to this task, 
Nerth Atlantic Treaty Organi-'abroad proposal in the form of the prospects 


z@ion but added no new Amer- 
ican plans or proposals. 
Mr. Eisenhower spoke 


of | 


lke Gets Degree in Texas, Does Some 


that 
carry Texas.” And Mrs. Oveta ceived was one from 74-year-old 
Culp Hobby, a former Cabinet'| 


By a Staff Reporter 
WACO, Tex., May 25—Presi- 
t Eisenhower did a bit of 
Rear here today, and but 
for the head of Baylor Univer-) 
sity, would have heard himself 
“fe-elected” for another four 


years. 

Mr. Eisenhower was greeted 
as he arrived at Connally Air 
Force Base by Gov. Allan Shiv- 
em, the Democrat who sup- 

ted him in 1952. He stood up ° 

ch of the time waving to the 
s@attered crowds along the 12- 

e drive skirting Waco en 
r@ute to the coliseum where he 
spoke, with special attention to 
gtoups of school children, some 
of them holding up “We Like 
Ike” signs. 

‘And before he left to return 
t@ Washington, he conferred 


le New York Herald Tribune} 


ttn 


oe 


tions” and respect for cultura 


an “example,” asking whether and prosperous world would be 
such an idea would not be “aimightily enhanced.” 
worthy challenge to America’s) 


member also on hand today,|oijiman who was a major GOP 
agreed 

personal 
outstandingly high. 


‘was given an honorary doctor|Presi:ent Eisenhower,” 
of laws degree. 
read 
Presidnet 
ferred to Mr.~- Eisenhower as/of the saviors of this country.” 


gist” who “brought to vie-| graphed was that Mr. Eisen- 
torious 
—- war” and who, as Presi-|country from socialism. I hope 
ent, 
another deadly conflict.” 


sentence from 
citation, as distributed to the outspoken in his worries about 
press: 
even now we have a large meas-|alists” and “radicals” in Wash- 
for half an hour in an airbase ure of domestic felicity, and ington, and two years ago he 
iiding with some 35 Texas that in international relations expressed fear that they have 
litical supporters, mostly Re-\we have an encouraging sta-|been brain-washing the Presi- 
blieans. Shivers, who was not! bility, i: spite of a turbulent dent. 
ig on the talks however, told|world order.” Dr. 


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’ 2 Min O38 ° *“such a voluntary effort in peo- 
ple-to-people partnership v ould 
be a dynamic, a fruitful corol- 
jJary to. three elements already 
‘effectively at work in our gov- 
ernmental foreign policy’”—the 
‘atoms -for- peace program, ef- 
‘forts to “establish a climate in 
which universal disarmament 
lean go forward” and “our long- 
sustained campaign for the ex- 
ichange of knowledge .and fac- 
‘tual information between peo- | 
iple-.” 

| He called these “purposes and 
iprojects” bipartisan in nature 
and, in an oblique reference 
ito critici«ms of his Administra- 
ition, the President added: 

| .“It is not a haphazard, nake-| 
ishift arrangement to meet day- 
to-day c~ises—big or little or 
imacinary.” 

The President's universities- 
abroad idea left many unan- 
swerce questions. Are the big 
fo undations prepared to put up 
the necessary money, assuming, 
as the President seemed to indi- 

no Government funds 

Le used? What would 
| How many schools 
‘might be established? And in 
‘what countries? 
| Nor was there any reference 
‘to whether or how many Amer- 
ican faculty members could be 
spared for such a major project 
‘in the face of the mounting 
serious shortage ir the United | 
States a‘ the university level... | 

Nor did the President take | 
note at all of the fact that his | 
Administration already is mak-| 
ing use of many American col- 
leges and universities in for- 
eign aid programs around the 
world. To date, 52 American 
educational institutions have 
faculty members abroad as part 
cf such aid programs, teaching 
everything from business ad- 
ministration to medicine, 


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President Eisenhower is given a hand with his gown by 
W. T. Gooch, executive vice president of Baylor University, 
after he was awarded a doctor of laws degree yesterday. 


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aspira-| “I firmly believe that if s.me 
) or all of our great universities, 
strongly supported by private 
Then he came to Egg or that exist in num- 
theme—jber throughout the land, 


and economic 


ng among peoples. At thisiof edvcated Americans, would 


for a peaceful 


Mr. Eisenhower declared that 


Politicking 


ald that he had merely sum- 
marized the Cullen telegram 
because of the press of time, 
and because “I was trying to 
slant everything toward the 
academic.” He said he dropped 
the sentence from the citation 
because he was repeating it 
from memory rather than read- 
ing it. 

Though Cullen was in Mem- 
phis today, important Texas 
Eisenhower supporters present 
for the political chat, from 
which newsmen were barred, 
incuded oilmen Sid Richardson 
conclusion a ghastly|hower “has helped save our of Fort Worth and -Wilkam 
Blakley of Dallas, and GOP Na- 
tional Committeeman H. J. Por- 
ter of Houston. 

The President’s plane, the 
Columbine III, returned to 
Washington at 7:02 p. m., just 
12 hours after it left this morn- 
ing for Waco. Mr. Eisenhower 
came down the ramp, walked 
about 50 steps to his light two. 
engine personal plane and took 
off for his Gettysburg, Pa., farm 
White tater told The where he will remain until 
Dr. White aitso sald that’ Washington Post and Time Her-! about noon Monday. 


“Eisenhower can _ still;among the many telegrams re- 
H. R. Cullen, a Baylor sup- 


porter and fabulously wecithy 


that the President’s'co:tributor four years ago. Al- 

popularity remains though copies had been given 
ithe press marked “to be read 
At the colseum the President at special convocation for 
Dr. 
The citation,;White merely summarized the 
Baylor University|telegram as a message from 
W. R. White, re-'Cullen “who hails him as one 


by 


‘our supreme military strate-| But what Cullen had tele- 


“extricated us from God will bless him with good 
/health and the vision to guide 
But Dr. White omitted this our Nation aright during four 


the prepared | more years.” Culler has been 


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“We are grateful that what he calis the “internation- 


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sell Transit 


Deal. Possible, 


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Farm Export Outlets Stanton Warns 
Held to Be Inadequate Of Controls 


On Networks 


Associated Press 


A White House staff report 
says export opportunities ap- 
pear inadequate for the dis- 
position of this country’s multi- 


Says Wolfson 


seriptior only if the company 


beught out Wolfson. billion dollar stock of crop 
arris told reporters: surpluses. 

"It would seem to some of What the report calls a 
ugeand I'm not saying this is| “strong move” toward a greater 
thie attitude of the entire Com-|destee of national self-suffi- 

ee Committee—that maybe ciency in agricultural. produc- 

Y°© tion in all parts of the world 

the way to work out a plan IM js said to be limiting interna- 
ca@@ference is to tie an interim tional trade in such commod- 
aufhority to the franchise pee The iitits’ toni eeilhahie 
tofation just in case lightning | yesterday, suggests that this 
st@ikes or something and the country, in tackling its prob- 
plan to buy him out didn’t lem of farm surpluses and 

g@ through. There will be an overproduction, should con- 
open mind on the part of the sider an “alternative” of tailor- 
lines senterens “ ing its farm output to current 


prospective market demands at 
“Too Nebulous” for Morse 


home and abroad. 
a ‘ The report was prepared for 
nator Wayne Morse (D- the White House Intra-Agency 
.), one of the Senate con- Committee on agricultural sur- 
fefees and a leading opponent plus disposal, largely under the 
of giving a franchise back to Paige of pe wy T. Beye 
’ _ man, assistant vice president o 
poe lee , vortson's set the Federal Reserve Bank of 
>’ , é, Chicago. 

rat og Pil MThes will It had been submitted to 
have to show me something) 
specific than anything I've 
n yet before I'd vote to give 

k the franchise.” 
e Commissioners met wit 
House conferees for more 
an hour at the request of 
Congressmen. Harris said 


of General Fuods Corp., special 
adviser to President 
hower on farm surplus prob- 
h lems. 

The report, dated last Oc- 
tober, says its analysis of the 
foreign Sagoo prospects as 

he city heads to Well as its conclusions do not 

_ long ‘House necessarily represent the views 

ami Senate bills and possible | °f the Intra-Agency Committee 
~ Bo in both. They also dis- Of of the Administration. 

d Bell's plan. Nevertheless 
arris said the Commission- 
reiterated their support of 
ate transit operation. He 

they also restatrd their 

tion to some features in 

House bill — notably the. 


recommenda- 


slative fixing of the com- 
the mceting| 
the city heads “fairly sat- Sen. 


' 


s in disagreement between confidence there 


” he said. “But frora my view-'| smong high American officials| are 


Clarence Francis, former head. 


Eisen-| 
flight took off here late today In East Germany 


ee 


Anderson Hints High U. S. Officials 


iecdes in tus and to Are Concerned About Red A-Power 


Clinton P. Anderson|Lewis Strauss of the Atomic|such representation has been 
(D-N. M.) hinted yesterday that/Energy Commission declined m 


ctory. | | oo | 
Naturally there are certain despite public affirmations of|to go along with Gore's plan utility execetive: : 
is concern and told the Committee “we) 


tions tor new farm legislation rasta re | 
which Mr. Eisenhower laid be. "©" John W. Bricker's state 
fore Congress in January, Ment that he favors Federa’ 
moved in the direction of the requlat.on, but not “suppres 
conclusions voiced in the re- sion” of radio and TV network: | 
port. The President asked for .._ vi ae | 
a soil bank program under ae Grawn . Bent iade pe 
which farmers would be of- rank Stanton, president of the | 
fered payments for taking sur-/Columbia_ Broadcasting Sys | 
plus-producing land out of cul- tem. | 
tivation. Mr. Eisenhower alsO, cianiton said he felt “reas 
asked for authority, suggested sured” by the Ohio Repub | 
in the report, to make some ijican’s statement. But he 
surplus-disposal deals with warned that the end result ot 
that can be done to America’s are report still would be 
net advantage. ge suppression and, possibly, in 

The soil bank plan Is incor- advertent destruction of the 
porated in a farm bill now notworks. 


awanne the President's ap Bricker replying to a speech: 
rib or rejection. The se in which Stanton criticized the 
ority to sell to the Soviet poi oper report, said Thursday 
oe Oe ae ee “ang ae he did nét favor regulating net-| 
7 oon, por’ works as public utilities are 
oe ee eo a: < regulated. Bricker said, how- 
minis Officials las it eteiien® : 
Ses age ig Alt tacts ae over, © ween) & Domine cot 
Bes gr tale can dition when two networks (CBS 
s program. and NBC) and their owned sta 
tions accounted for nearly half 
First Mienti4e-Parig [oy OS ceeme 6 Oe eee 


Flight Under Way | 


MIAMI, May 25 w—The frst Strike Is 
direct, non-stop, Miami-to-Phris 


Reported | 


to demonstrate the Nation’s| 

longest-range commercial plane | meaner 

to a group of some 50 press, BERLIN, May 25—The Anti- 

radio and television executives. Communist Information Bureau 
The DC7C, commanded by West said today that workers in 

veteran transatlantic pilot Capt. an East German nationalized 

C. N. Warren, will cover 4750 rubber factory struck May 16 

miles in its flight to Paris over to protest higher working 

the Great Circle route, ‘norms for lower pay. 


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ade. 
Anderson cut in to tell th 


“If you wrote a letter to the 
inclined to overestimate” President and asked him to) 
make public testimony given 


t they are not insoluable.” | 


rris said the Commission- 
“thought a lot of the Bell 

n and the people involved.” 

e Commisisoners have not in- 
dorsed Bel’s plan because he 
has not yet fot formal agree- 
ment from Wolfson to sell or 
from CTC stockholders to buy 


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Snow in Johannesburg 

> Reuters 
JOHANNESBURG, South 

Africa, May 25—Light snow fell 

in Johannesburg and its en- 

virons oday for the first time 

in 11 years. h ' 


over Russia’s position in the|the Russians in the nuclear), ‘11. Committee last Tuesday | 
_atomic-power race. ‘power field. (in executive session) you 
| His intimation was He said this country has “gen- might find out what the official’ 
during testimony by Charles we ‘attitude of this Government 
E. Oakes, president of Pennsyl- Uine leadership” in technology <;, 

'vania Power and Light Co., be-jand is not interested in @ Anderson said the testimony 
fore the Senate-House. Atomic|“kilowatt race,” but is trying would be “interes but he 


Energy Committee, against a for | mically competitive Would add only that it covered 
‘proposal by Sen. Albert “Gore ee “Russian lities"* “and 
(D-Tenn.) t 


t the United States|P°¥*™: ‘'eame from “various Govern- 


build six big atomic power| ‘Oakes told the 
plants. Anderson is Commit- 
tee chairman. posal d that 
posal, contended “we are losing testified in 
the race” to Russia and Britain 


in developing atomic power. (f 
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bottles, eggs 


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4 : + ap wing 
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—— tg : 5. Io aa heavy-duty 
Lots of shelf space y a aN Sopa rg | | wringer 
— ZENITH TABLE MODEL TV a : : | ' 

1956 ZENITH TABLE MODEL.TYV } Washes thoroughly 


” Zenith brings you an amazing new kind of TV BA SS "5 eats clathes on 

aoe new — in this big 21-series table model. New Special . Front is all picture , . . tuning controls are on the S Ae ite and clean 
—" X Power Chassis plus Cinebeam Picture Tube sides. Amazing new Zenith power gives you amazing . | . e 

plus Cine-Lens gives you a terrific picture. clarity and realism. And it’s light enough to be port- iene — Seeed new. coiel 

Free Delivery! Swivel base to match is slightly extra. able. At this low price—it’s an ideal SECOND set. Liberal Trade-in! 


WASHINGTON’S LARGEST FURNITURE STORES SINCE 1902 


Beltiaisicn | 


LJ pi Dol + T y © ne 
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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
__ Saturday, May a, 1956 


cL LEANING Ae 
t of as Spring Warehorn. 
4 well, pont coe 
nin & ods 
‘ mnty of of new FT can 
e Bu ut © one thing in this ad and 
we “eo nly marke Ste marked—end clearly 
of. "varenouse: ¥ es, every tes ch 


ES SPRING 


be tho 
d really wou 


PZ 


EAS BR Beats $hi ax 


adjacent 
oa minimum purchase re- 
can park as long as you 


He 59.95 20-in. Electrica 


WALL-TO-WALL CLEAN SWEEP! EVERYTHING GOES! 
| Ztaeme 2” P NEW AIR CONDITIONERS 


Fon Still in Original Factory Sealed Crates 
197 


49.95 pi Exhoust Windew $18: .99 

Fan with Panels 
“177 
‘217 


Reg. $359.50 New 1955 RCA %4- 


79.95 20-inch 3-Speed Reversible Mobile Fan TON 7'2 amps., flush mount with 


n stend w/av i¢ th 2 

ore tomes Sone BAG 

24.95 12-inch Windew Fon $y 9-95 
$9195 

19.95 12-inch Oscillating 


me with panel 
Fon ‘ $] 1:75 


Reg. $359.95 Brand New 1956 


TOP BRAND 3, thermostat. 
742 Amp., Reg. $349.95 HOTPOINT 
needs no special wiring Flush Mount w/thermostat 
. wi ic ther- 
ware automates Ther Reg. $499.95 HOTPOINT 1'2-TON 


¢ mostat, 
: ma MOTPOINT 20, TON Flush Mount with Thermostat. 
7 : < Reg. $369.50 New 1955 RCA %4- 


1-TON 


39.95 lé-inch 3-Speed Windew 
Fan with panels 


89.95 22-inch Belt-Driven Electrically Revers- 


CASEMENT with push-button con- 


TON CASEMENT with Automatic 


trols. 


Thermostat. 


187 


Reg. $269.95 HOTPOINT '2-TON 


CASEMENT 72 amps., runs on Reg. $319.50 New 1955 RCA ‘2- 


ible Fon w/12 speeds, ‘« H.P. G.E. + $54.95 
normal current TON CASEMENT with Automatic 


Moter end 5-yr. guarentee ... 
9.95 GE. S-inch Utility Desk $544: 

R 349.95 Brand New 1956 
rus MANY, MANY, MANY OTHERS EMERSON ELECTRIC 1-TON Flush 


| NEW LAWN MOWERS | Mount with thermostat 


Thermostat 167 
Reg. $289.95 HOTPOINT *4-TON 
149.95 22-inch Retery Power Mower with Flush Mount Model 
Briggs end Stratton 2% H.P., 4-cycle Motor, 


Reg. $499.95 Brand New MITCH @ ) 
ELL 2-TON Flush Mount w/ther- 
mostat & 7-level comfort 
Reg. $349.95 Brand New 1956 s 
FAMOUS MAKE .1-TON Flush 
leaf mulcher and recoil $70.95 Reg. $399.95 New KELVINATOR Mount Model 
sterter ... = 79 % TON with heater & thermostat eg” $299.95 Brand New PHILCO +147 
re = 18-inch Rotery tewn Mower with Reg. $329.95 Brand New 1956 34-TON Flush Mount Model | 
ress tration Engine, .96 EMERSON ELECTRIC °%4-TON Flush 
mulcher ond recoil starter $70 Mount Model wtih thermostat ATTENTION! | « 
. 

GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES! 

. 


rot ge gh — $7§-% TON Flush Mount with thermostat 
Reg. $299.95 Brand New MITCH- PHILCO 1 TON 
Reg. $329.50 New 1955 208 Volts 
RCA . TON Flush Mount a 97 


f 32.95 eRe 18-inch Cutherd $9]. 95 
ELL %4-TON Flush Mount Model 
Flush Mount Model 177 Model. 


Reg. $319.95 Brand New 1956 


WESTINGHOUSE 


= 2.95 All-Aluminum Rustpreef ‘a-gal. $ 
oe Jug 
7.95 3-Pc. Ber-B-Qvue 


Mower 
eet : with thermostat 


[NEW OUTDOOR ITEMS | 


WASHER 


This completely new De Luxe Laundromat is the ulfimate in 
automatic washing equipment. it's convenient to use, econom- 
ical and completely flexible. Starting with the Laundrofile that 
keeps operating instructions always close at hand and patented 
Agi-Tumble Washing Action that gets dirtiest clothes clean 
yet is safe for daintiest garments, it has new and exclusive fea- 
tures that solve every washing problem. No other washer can 
match this Westinghouse De Luxe Laundromat. 


219-95 “ee 
BOTH FOR ONLY 


73899 


‘Reg. $239.95 Brand New 1956 


WESTINGHOUSE 
ELECTRIC 


DRYER 


All the work of clothes drying is ended— ironing time is cut in 
half with the new labor-saving Westinghouse De Luxe Elec- 
tric Clothes Dryer. Exclusive direct air-flow system dries faster, 
saves money. 3-Way Dry Dial 3-Heat Selector Dial permit 
drying clothes completely dry for use or storing; damp-dry for 
ironing or for safely drying miracle fabrics. Handy, new Laun- 
drofile gives complete drying instructions. Here is truly un- 
matched value in automatic clothes drying. 


169°"; if purchased 


separately 


et with basketball and shower 


You SAVE $40 on This 
Exciting All New 1956 


WESTINGHOUSE 
9 cu. ft. REFRIGERATOR 


You can be sure if it's Westinghouse . . . especially with ail 
these exclusive features: Large Cross-Top Freezer, Handy Door 
Shelves, Butter Keeper, Double Crispers, Humidrawer Pen... 
and other quality features. You can be sure that you're getting 
the best price in town at George's, the leader in Washington 
for over 29 years. 


Reg. $239.95 


SEE GEORGE’S FOR ALL WESTINGHOUSE AP- 
PLIANCES ON THE EASIEST TERMS IN TOWN... 


Foner edna ieredaloese 


Sterter . 
9.95 Adjustable Outdeer Portable $4.99 
Bar-B-Que Set 

18.95 22-inch Deluxe Ovtdeoer Bar-B-Que with 
boll beering grill 

elevator $] ] 8 
27.95 22-inch Deluxe Outdoor Ber-B-Que with 
grill elevator and shelf—feids up $] 6: 95 
for easy storage 

56.95 22-inch Deluxe Outdoor Bar-B-Que 
with grill elevater and shelf, 15-inch alum- 
inum heed, 2 pewer motorized $35-95 
spite—folds for easy storage .... 

44.95 17x34 Rench Wagon Ber-B-Que with 
grill elevotor, shelves, wheels, aluminum 
heed and 2 power motorized $99. .95 
spits , 

11.95 Pertable ice Chest, oll metal, galvan- 
ized, glass fiber insulation, bottle $6-99 
opener ond drain evtlet 


24.95 &-Play Outdoor Gym Set complete 


attachment ' $] 4:99 


10.95 3-Ring Giant Pool (68"x10”) 
Holds 150 Gellons of Water ... $6:99 


SHOWROOM SAMPLES 
RADIOS—PHONOS— 
HI-FI’S 


40% -60% Off 


Choose from among nationally famous 
brands: RCA, Phileo, Webcor, Colum- 
bia, Zenith, 6.E., maa Grundig, 
Symphonic, Etc., Ete.! 


=| GREEN THUMB DEPT. | 


LE TS - NTT 

150 20-f. Vinyle Plastic Sooker 

Hose 7% 
2.95 25-f. Smooth Plastic Gorden 

Hose with S-yr. gucorentes $]-59 
1.00 Stationery Garden 


ES Sprinklers 


1.00 All Brass Hose 

Nozzles . sone 
39.95 Electric Hedge 

Trimmer , 

3.25 Whirling lewn 

Sprinkler 

12.95 Dial-A-Rain Rotating 
Sprinkler . ee 
3.95 Weed-O-Matic Weed 
Puller ... covcecese 
3.95 Lown Edger ead 

Cotter ..... 

All Gerdex Gerden 

Tools 


1.95 24b. Can Quelity Lewn 


Reg. $5.50 Value! 


FLUFFIUM 
SOIL CONDITIONER 


69° HALF 


WATCHES 
‘sus 00% Off 
e)f ‘ . 
SCHICK or NORELCO 


ELECTRIC SHAVERS 


Reg. $139.95, New 1956 


FEDDERS DEHUMIDIFIER 


in Original 


factory sealed crates. 


*69 


Sen $239 95 Brand New 1956 


TOP BRAND 


‘> Ton 


Flush Mount Model 


147 


? P , , ea 
a wt? ~ . . e 


One and two of a kind... 
this vast selection. 
+» « everything must go! 


TELEVISION 


$329.95 New 1956 ADMIRAL 2!- 
Series TV Blonde $ 
Censele . 214 
New 1956 GENERAL ELECTRIC $99 
14-Series TV Portable 

$168.00 New 1956 EMERSON 14- 
Series TV Portable 

Medel $106 
$349.95 New CAPEHART S 
21-Series TV Blonde Console ] 39 
$389.95 New 1956 CROSLEY 21- 
Series TV Console $ 

with phono. 189 
$249.95 New 1956 ZENITH 

21-Series TV Table Mode! >] 64 
$169.95 New 1956 MOTOROLA 1I7.- 


: bi 
ees TV Table $193 
1956 ADMIRAL 24. 


$239.95 New 
+138 


Series TV Teble 
Medel . 

$259.95 New 1955 RCA 21- $] 67 
Series TY Console Mode! 

$399.95 New 1956 ADMIRAL 21- 
Series TV 3-WAY COMB $ 

with radio & phono 225 
$138.00 New 1956 EMERSON $98 
17-Series TV Table Mode! 

$479.95 New 1956 FAMOUS MAKE 
21-Series TV 3-WAY COMB. 
w/AM- FM Redie 4 Phene $245 
$279.95 New 1956 MOTOROLA 21. 
Series TV Table 

sae... $157 
$259.95 New 1956 PHILCO 

21-Series TV Console weak 76 
$259.95 New 1955 RCA 21- 

Series TV Console Mode! $] 67 
$339.95 New 1956 PHILCO $] 89 
21-Series TY Console Mode! 

$339.95 New 1955 RCA 21. 

Series TV Deluxe Console $226 
$459.95 New 1956 PHILCO ?)- 


ar. ee 


$359.50 New 1955 RCA 24- 
Series TV Console Mode! $239 
$239.95 New 1956 ZENITH 
21-Series TV Table Mode! >] 59 
$299.95 New 1955 RCA 24- 
Series TV Console Model $] 66 


$399.95 New 1956 TOP BRAND 2). 


Series TV 3-WA : 
Ula) 
$199.95 New 1955 RCA 21- 

Series TV Ebony nr +148 


$239.95 New 1956 MOTOROLA 21. 


Series TV Console with 


139 


All are still in the original factory cartons and crates. 


REFRIGERATORS 
and FREEZERS 


$299.95 New CROSLEY 9 cw 


ft. 
metis detest & tesa. S044 
+124 


$169.95 New ADMIRAL 7.3 
cu. . Dix. REFRIGERATOR 

$399.95 Grand New GENERAL ELEC- 
TRIC It.cw. . CHEST 

FREEZER $199 
$649.95 New 1956 KELVINATOR 
FOODARAMA 15.9 cu. f. REFRIGER- 
ATOR & 166-Ib. FREEZER all in one 


wide $399 


$389.95 New 1956 CROSLEY 11 cw. 


ft. Shelvader REFRIGERA.- $189 


TOR w/evute. defrost 

$499. 95 New NORGE 17 $ 

ft. UPRIGHT FREEZER 259 
$424.95 New INTERNATIONAL HAR. 
VESTER 10 cw. REFRIGERATOR 
with push-button 

defrost $148 
$499.95 New 1956 CROSLEY 13 cw 
ft. Shelvader REFRIGERATOR with 


automoetic defrost ond $939 
freezer 


$499.95 HOTPOINT 16 «. f. UP- 


RIGHT FREEZER with $949 
ft 


cabinet only 47 inches 


door shelves 
$249.95 HOTPOINT 83 «ow 
REFRIGERATOR with U-shape 
freezer $95 
$399.95 New GENERAL ELECTRIC 11 


cu. ff. REFRIGERATOR with $999 


freezer 

$459.95 Brond new NORGE 

15 cw. . CHEST FREEZER $2] 9 
$189.95 New QUIK-FREZ 5.5 $ 

cv. f. REFRIGERATOR 99 
$529.95 HOTPOINT 11.3 ow 
REFRIGERATOR with $ 
freerer 248 
$219.95 New FRIGIDAIRE 7 cu. 
REFRIGERATOR with $] 19 


freezer 


DISHWASHERS 


$249.95 New APEX Portable $98 
AUTOMATIC DISHWASHER 
$137 


$279.95 New G.E. Mebile 

Maid AUTO. DISHWASHER 
$179.95 New 1956 CON- $79 
LON CONSOLE IRONER.. 


but you're sure to f nd just what you're looking for somewhere in 


Nothing held back 


$299.95 New 1956 WHIRL- $] 66 
POOL ELECTRIC DRYER 

$329.95 New NORGE AUTOMATIC 
WASHER with time-line $158 
control 

$239.95 HOTPOINT 

ELECTRIC DRYER $] 03 
$249.95 New 1956 KELVINATOR 
AUTOMATIC $] 13 
WASHER 

$249.95 New 1956 BLACK. $ 

STONE ELECTRIC DRYER 136 
$179.95 New BSENDIX Semi- $88 
Avtomoatic WASHER 

$179.95 New 1956 WHIRL- 

POOL ELECTRIC ORYER $98 
$299.95 New NORGE AUTOMATIC 
WASHER with time-line 

contrel $] 38 
$219.95 Brend New GE 

ELECTRIC DRYER $] 02 
$289.95 New NORGE AUTOMATIC 
WASHER with time-line 
control $] 26 


ric paver 110.220 v.. *ID2 
7189 


$339.95 New 1956 WHIRL. 
POOL AUTOMATIC WASHER 
$364.50 New TAPPAN Fuil- 
Size GAS RANGE $144 


$419.95 New 1956 FRIGIDAIRE 
40-inch ELECTRIC 


RANGE $264 


$299.95 New WESTINGHOUSE Full. 


Size Deluxe ELECTRIC $149 


RANGE 


$239.75 New ROPER 30- $139 


inch GAS RANGE 
$144.50 New TAPPAN 36-inch . 
GAS RANGE $77 


$249.50 New TAPPAN 30- $147 


inch Deluxe GAS RANGE 
40-1nch 


$469.95 New ADMIRAL 
ELECTRIC RANGE with $ 
double oven 169 
$469.95 New ADMIRAL 40-inch Cus- 
tom ELECTRIC RANGE with $198 
double oven in green / 


$279.95 


HOTPOINT 


ecnsme Ey 39) 


NEW AIR CONDITIONER 


$349.95 New 
TOP BRAND 

% TON 
economy leader 


97.95 New 1956 


DEERING 
Fiush Mount with ther- 
mostet.. for, Reguvler . cr. 
Casement Window 


$179 


TON 


Flush Mount 
mostat, Deluse Model 


$399.95 Brand New 


G.E. 1 TON 


with lO 


$169 


$349.95 New. 1956 
INTERNATIONAL 
_HARVESTER 44 TON 


STARTS TODAY: SATURDAY! TY 


‘ee 


oy 


’ 


OME NEW! SOME FLOOR SAMP! 


S ‘56 MOTOROLA 21.-Series 


5 SS RCA 721-Series 


hd Console 


‘COMB. 


S 56 CROSLEY 21-Series TV 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES 
Saturday, May 26, 1956 


YVRALD 


_SATURDAY 9 A. M. to 9 P. 


LOOR SAMPLE 


VY and APPLIANCES 


slightly scratched or marred . . 
plugged in... 

LEVISION 
le Mode! 


$148 
ene. $428 


‘56 FAMOUS MAKE 17-Series TY 3 
A 


COMB. w/redio 


, "36 ADMIRAL 24-Serves $129 


"56 FAMOUS MAKE 21-Series TY 3 


a $117 


"56 CROSLEY 21 -Series 
Mode! 


$116 
$195 
$88 
$157 
$153 
$169 
$139 
$94 

ly Geonets pedal $136 
ae EMERSON $14-Series $97 
Nee 17 Series $114 
ao © on 
ap ree MAKE 2) Series $119 
55 CAPEHART 21-Series $159 
$159 
$99 
$89 
$159 

—e. 21-Series $127 
be PHILCO 21-Series $166 


"56 TOP BRAND 17-Series TV 3 


OMB. wiradic & 
$129 
$98 
$189 
$129 
$117 
Tomei tine... Paee 
weet” S08 
‘55 EMERSON 21 -Series TV $119 
"56 FAMOUS MAKE 21-Series TY 3 


Model 
w/AM.FM redic $269 


"56 PHILCO 21-Series 
ole Mode! 


‘36 CROSLEY 17-Series 


sole Model 

‘56 MOTOROLA 21-Series 
ogany Console ' 
‘56 PHILCO 24-Series 
ble Model 

‘S56 ADMIRAL 24-Series 
le Mode! 

‘56 CROSLEY 
ie Model 


17 Series 


56 MOTOROLA 21-Series 
sd Console 

56 CROSLEY 21-Sertes 

Mode! 


3 CROSLEY 17 Series 


Model 
‘S64 PHILCO 21-Series 
Model 


“6 ‘MOTOROLA 21 -Series 
le Mode! 

56 CROSLEY 17-Series 

le Model 

‘56 PHILCO 21-Series TV 
w/tull doors 

‘$5 WESTINGHOUSE 2!- 
TV Mohogany Console 

‘56 PHILCO 21-Series 

velet 


‘56 MOTOROLA 21 -Series TY $117 
$136 
"54 EMERSON 21-Series TV $128 
$136 

$177 
— 17-Series $117 


‘S46 FAMOUS MAKE 21-Series TY 3 


COMB. w/AM-FM voie $255 
$110 
$112 
$89 
$129 
$110 
$227 
$154 
$149 
$88 
$124 
se agag 21-Serles TV $149 
$177 


Medel w/alum. tube 
5 ‘55 
Model 


RCA 21-Series TV 


Medel! ~ legs 
5 56 ADMIRAL 21-Series 


le Mode! 


w. phono 


56 PHILCO 17 Series 
Model 

‘S55 RCA 17-Series 
Model 

‘56 EMERSON 17 -Series 
Mode! 

"$5 RCA 2) Series TV 

Table Mode! 

"56 CROSLEY 21! -Series 
Model 

'S6 PHILCO 24-Series 

ple Mode! 

‘SS RCA 21-Series TV 

Mode! 

"56 ZENITH 21-Series TV 
jel in Blond Ock 

MERAL ELECTRIC 14-Series 

‘e 

"56 MOTOROLA 21 Series 
Model 


‘56 MOTOROLA 21 Series 
sany Console 


RANGES 


'S§ TAPPAN 
GAS RANGE 

"55 NORGE Full-Siz5e 
NGE 

56 FAMOUS MAKE 
GAS RANGE 


gas ance... S436 


'S5 ADMIRAL 40-inch Custom ELECTRIC 


$117 


w double oven 


3 NORGE Full-Size 


a ADMIRAL 4. ik 
NGE 


mi RAN 


"55 RCA ESTATE inch 
E w/griddie a 


Reg. $134.50, 1955 


- TAPPAN 
' GAS RANGE 


. many just like new... 
all are tremendous values! 


$79. 


most have never 


> 
Refrigerators 
$339.95 "SS HOTPOINT 10.5 cu. # $169 


REFRIGERATOR w/treerer 
$459.95 ‘55 FRIGIDAIRE 11-2 ew. 
REFRIGERATOR 2-dr. w/door shelves $198 
$1679.95 ‘55 ADMIRAL 73 w 

De luxe REFRIGERATOR $116 
$249.95 ‘55 KELVINATOR 8 cu. ff. REPRIGERA 


TOR w/door shelves, freezer & 
crisper 

$87 
$119 


$189.95 “SS QUIK-FREZ 5.5 ew 
De luxe 


REFRIGERATOR 
$179.95 ‘55 ADMIRAL 8 cv. 

$89 
$217 


REFRIGERATOR 
$429.95 ‘546. FRIGIDAIRE 12 ev. 
REFRIGERATOR w. auto 
defrost 
$249.95 ‘55 HOTPOINT 6.3 ew. 
REFRIGERATOR w/U-shepe freezer 
$399.95 ‘55 G.E. ll ew 
REFRIGERATOR w/ freezer 
REFRIGERATOR 


crispers 


$399.95 ‘56 CROSLEY 11 eu. fF. 
UPRIGHT PREEZER 


$419.95 ‘55 NORGE 12 oe. ff 

w/avto. defrost & twin 

$499.95 ‘S55 NORGE 17 cw 

UPRIGHT FREEZER $244 
1956 ADMIRAL 10 cu. fF. 

UPRIGHT FREEZER $149 
$499.95 ‘55 HOTPOINT 16 ww. # 

UPRIGHT FREEZER w/door shelves $236 
$469.95 ‘55 CROSLEY 14 ey. ft 

UPRIGHT FREEZER $229 
$349.95 ‘SS FRIGIDAIRE 12.5 cu. # 

UPRIGHT FREEZER $188 
$399.95 ‘SS G.E. 11 ew. ff. 

CHEST FREEZER $187 
$359.95 ‘55 NORGE 10 cv. #. 

CHEST FREEZER ii $177 
$354.33 ‘55 WESTINGHOUSE 48.5 

cu. ft. UPRIGHT FREEZER $159 
$249.95 ‘SS SERVEL ‘Vy TON 

CASEMENT $69 
$349.95 ‘55 TOP BRAND 34 TON 

Economy leader $99 
$389.95 ‘SS EMERSON ELECTRIC 

%4 TON w/thermostot $129 
$549.95 HOTPOINT 2 TON Flush 

Mount with thermostat $269 
$349.95 ‘56 INTERNATIONAL 

HARVESTER 24 TON w/thermostet $144 
$299.95 “SS SERVEL \y TON 

CASEMENT $98 
$4979.95 ‘56 CHRYSLER AIRTEMP 

1 TON De luxe Model $188 
$399.95 ‘SS KELVINATOR 34 TON w/push 
button controls, heoter & 

thermostat $119 
$449.95 ‘S56 CHRYSLER AIRTEMP 

34 TON De luxe Model $177 
$349.95 HOTPOINT 24 TON CASE. 

MENT w/push-butteon controls $159 
$299.95 ‘55 FAMOUS MAKE ‘5 TON $87 
Casement or Reguier Window Model 

$399.95 “55 TOP BRAND 1 TON 

Flush Mount w /thermostot $159 
$339.95 ‘56 FAMOUS MAKE |} TON 

Fiush Mount w/thermeostet $149 
$799.95 ‘SS TOP BRAND ‘2 TON 

with thermostet $98 
$289.95 ‘SS NORGE AUTOMATIC 

WASHER w/time-line control $119 
$219.95 “55 NORGE 

ELECTRIC DRYER $95 
$249.95 ‘56 BENDIX Supermotic 
AUTOMATIC WASHER 

$229.95 ‘55 BENDIX Super.fest 
ELECTRIC DRYER 

$319 95 546 WHIRLPOOL De luxe 
AUTOMATIC WASHER 

$129.95 ‘55 NORGE 

ELECTRIC ORYER 

$229.95 ‘55 NORGE 

AUTOMATIC WASHER , 
$189.95 ‘56 KELVINATOR 
ELECTRIC DRYER 

$199.95 "55 BENDIX AUTOMATIC 
WASHER w/agitetor action 
$219.95 ‘55 NORGE 

GAS DRYER 

$299.95 HOTPOINT AUTOMATIC 
wASHER 

$254.95 HOTPOINT 

ELECTRIC DRYER 

$339.95 ‘56 SENDIX AuIOMATIC 
WASHER w/tumble ection 
$249.95 ‘55 WESTINGHOUSE 
ELECTRIC ORYER 

$249.95 ‘56 KELVINATOR 
AUTOMATIC WASHER 

$239.95 HOTPOINT 

ELECTRIC DRYER 

$339.95 ‘55 WESTINGHOUSE 
AUTOMATIC WASHER 

$259.95 ‘56 WHIRLPOOL 
ELECTRIC ORYER 

$299.95 ‘55 NORGE AUTOMATIC 
WASHER w/time-line control 
$219.95 ‘55 G.E. 

ELECTRIC ORVER . 2. ccccvcenee : 
$319.95 ‘55 G.E 

AUTOMATIC WASHER 


$229.95 ‘S55 NORGE 
ELECTR DRYER 110-220 v. 


Bien Ase 


$199.95 ‘56 JAMES Portable 
AUTOMATIC DISHWASHER ....... 


$137 
. $124 
$99 
$94 
$166 


$126 


Reg. $279.95, 1955 
GENERAL -ELECTRIC - 


MOBILE MAID 


Automatic 4 
DISHWASHER 


$134 


Spectacular Savings on New 


Modern & Traditional 


FURNITURE 


MODERN 3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE. Dowble dresser, chest $] 60 
ond beokcease bed in beige finish. Our Reg. $219.95 
MODERN 3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE. Double dresser, chest $] 50 
& bookcase in two-tone grey & pink. Our Reg. $239.95 

MODERN 3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE. Dowble dresser, chest $79 
ond bookcase bed in walnut finish. Our Reg. $159.95 

3-PC. MAPLE BEDROOM SUITE. Dresser, chest and bed $89 
Our Reg. $159.95 


MODERN 3-PC, 
BEDROOM SUITE 


chest and 
blende 


bookcase bed 
3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE. Triple dresser, chest and book- $9 70 
bookcase bed in spruce finish. Our Reg. $259.95 
3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE. Dowble dresser, chest and book- 
-$ 
cose in secfoam moahogeny. Our Reg. $319.95 210 
3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE. Double dresser, chest and book- $] 58 
cose bed in genuine welnut. Our Reg. $259.95 
TWIN-SIZE HOLLYWOOD BEDS. Mottress and bex spring $33 
of full or twin sizes 
Your $99 
FAMOUS MAKE INNERSPRING 
Rubber Set mode by Firestone. Our Reg. $149.50 
twin 
er *4. $7 
soving bunk bed. Our Reg. $119.95 
419 
King-size sofe and tlerge 
Our Reg. $169.95 
2-P-C. SECTIONAL. 
in red frieze. Ovr Reg: $219.95 
$30 
STUDIO COUCHES. Open te moke two twin beds. $43 
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Column... 


BOSTON, May 25—When a boss is paying a fellow 
$649.34 a day, it’s only natural that the employer wants 
a little action for his money. At the moment, baseball’s 
highest-paid player, Ted Williams, is due to continue 
to collect his $100,000. a year merely sitting on the bench 
and neither he nor Boston relishes the idea. 

Not even Achilles, perhaps, got as mUch publicity on his 
foot when he went against the Tro 
jans. Achilles, according to Greek 
legend, was dipped in the River Styx 
by his Mom and he was supposed to 
be invulnerable to wounds. But Mom 
held him by the hee] with her fingers 
and, wouldn't you know it, the part 
which was covered proved to be his 
vulnerable spot. 

There are some who think that if 
the legend were true and had applied 
to Williams, he must have been wrap- 
ped in cellophane when he was dip- 
ped because he has been vulnerable 
to all sorts of ailments, the latest of 
which may end his career. 

—— Doctors at the Lahey Clinic up here 
say that Williams has a “plantor fascia with inflammation” 
of the left foot which translates into a bruised tendon to a 
layman. It must be the balkiest in history because Ted was 
injured in a freak accident comifig north from spring train- 
ing and has played only two full games since. Those were 
the first two games and the bruised tendon has bothered 
Williams ever since. 


EVERYBODY THOUGHT it was something which would 
clear up with a few days rest but the inflammation seems 
chronic and nothing has worked. Meanwhile, the Red Sox 
were getting slightly panicky at the continued absence of 
their star. Some hinted that Ted was “goofing off” but any- 
one who knows Williams knows this is-unthinkable. He loves 
to play too much. 

Anyway, another examination was ordered and the news 
‘was all bad. This could be the end of the road for the 37- 
-year-old slugger who has become a living legend. 

When Williams was hurt two years ago diving after a sink- 
ing fly ball in the outfield, he commented at the time how 
tough it was getting back into condition. He still has a plate 
in his shoulder from that accident and when the weather is 
damp he feels terrific pain. 

A couple of Ted’s teammates say Williams is getting 
disgusted every day with his inability to play. 

“TI fully expect,” one said today, “that he'll come in some 
time, start packing his gear and pull out for good. He's been 
eiose to it a couple of times. 
“locker room, stare at his uniform and then walk away from 
it. The temptation seems to be there to walk away from it 
forever. 


more 


“BUT THEN TED listens to the small talk in the club- 
house and after a while he’s talking baseball again. It’s his, 
life and he'll go hard but we're all afraid that he’s going to 
blow his top some day and if he does he'll never come back. 
That's the way he is.” 

There may be one deterrent to such a hasty and emotional 
decision. Williams, apparently, needs the money now. 
was pointed out by one of his closest friends that Ted has 
been accepting indorsements he wouldn't have bothered 
with a few years ago. 

His domestic troubles cost Williams a lot of money, accord- 
ing to insiders, and he can’t afford to retire at the moment. 
This is just the sort of frustration which would precipitate 
a rash decision on Williams’ part. He's a rugged individual- 
ist and hates to be shackled, even by necessity. 

Williams always has dreaded the day when he would ride 
the bench as a has-been. Of course, that doesn’t seem to be 


the case yet because his hitting seems to be as good as ever. | the Nats’ runs and was shelled'with seven runs in the first 


Bat at 37, Ted figures to be slowed down. 


'HE PACED HIMSELF carefully in spring exhibitions and 


Played hardly at all. As a privileged character, he was given (the Nats, 8-7. But this was small the Baltimore Orioles. 


Hicense to take his own sweet time and he did just that. 

By the end of spring training, Williams announced himself 

fedy for action. There was much joy in the Red Sox camp 
and then came the peculiar accident. 
‘ It happened when Williams was walking along on wooden 
¢legs after having taken a shower. His foot slipped and he 
benged it against something. He didn’t think much of the 
injury at the time and neither did anyone else. 
passed off as something which would come around in a few | 
days. But it’s been more than a month now and still no 
improvement. : 

If and when Ted does get well, he'll have to start training 
all over again. He hasn't been able to run because of the 
injured foot and that means he isn’t in shape. Williams re- 
ported to spring training at 224 pounds. His normal weight 
is 210. He weighs 215 now and isn’t at all flabby but his 
legs haven't had any exercise. a 

He put himself on a rigid diet to lose weight and succeeded. 
Then came the latest setback and now Williams is stewing. 
Mand when he does put his famous No. 9 away for the last 
time, you may be sure both the number and Williams will be 
enshrined for all time. 

Ted is a cinch to enter the Hall of Fame when he's eligible 
and that will be the only time in his life he was ever a bust. 


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Bruton Boots Two 
Four Errors by Braves 


Give Reds 6-5 Victory 


“MILWAUKEE, May 25 ‘#—The Cincinnati Redlegs scored an 
unearned run for each of four Milwaukee errors, two of them 
by Billy Bruton, and defeated the first-place Braves tonight, 6-5. 

e errors and nine Redleg hits handed veteran lefthander 


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again 
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earned run after Bruton’s second error. Johnny Temple, Gus 


Bell and Ted Kluszewski sin-/ 
giéd for one. When Bruton) 
t past Eddie Mathews at’ 
t , Bell scored the final run. | 

Cincinnati picked up three 
unm@arned runs in the seventh, ¢ 
infiing, again after a Bruton; 


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Disheartened 
Williams Says, 
Pll Come Back’ 


BOSTON, May 25 #—A dis- 
heartened but determined Ted 
Williams said today “I'll come 
back.’ 

The Bosten Red Sox slugger 
told sports writer Tom Ken- 
nedy of the Boston American 
‘his time-dragging foot injury is 
\“probably the most discourag- 
ing thing that ever happened 
‘\to me in baseball.” 

Williams any feta win 
r Crandall in 9th. apy today after Dr. James Pop- 
pled for Conley in Sth pen of Lahey Clinic reaffirmed 
_cooteesss 998 QUE Sack the diagnosis of his injury as 
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Wins, 10-5 


By Bob Addie 
Stall Reporter 

BOSTON, May 25—The Nats 
seem to be able to beat the 
best and lose to the rest as 
‘they proved again tonight with 
i 
‘the potent help of Roy Sievers. 
| Big Roy smacked two hom-' 
ers, his: eighth and ninth, and! 
drove in five runs as Washing-| 
ton subdued the rising Boston| 
‘Red Sox, 10-5, before 24,879) 
‘disappointed fans as the Nats 
‘snapped a five-game losing’ 
| streak. 
| Jt was only the second vic 
‘tory in nine games on this sad 
trip and, oddly, the other came 
‘at the expense of Cleveland, 
janother club with pennant pre- 
‘tensions. 
| The victory, couplea with De- 
itroit’s loss, put the Nats in a 


seventh-place tie with Detrit. 
‘Seven Extra Base Hits 


In many ways, this was a pe- 
culiar game. The Nats made 
seven hits, all for extra bases. 

In addition to Sievers, Carlos 
Paula and Eddie Yost con- 
nected for homers while Pete 
‘Ramos got a triple and Jim 
Lemon and Jerry Snyder a 
double each. 

What was most remarkable 
was the Nats’ economy wave) 
tonight. ey left only one 
man on basé when ordinarily | 
they are prodigal as a playboy 
with nis father’s money. | 

Sievers’ heroics obscured the 
great night that Jim Piersall’ 
| had. | 
| The Boston’ centerfielder, 
who just became a father for) 
the fifth time, tried to get a. 
‘run per child He smashed two) 
| homers and drove in four runs) 
with three hits. 


‘Ramos’ Second Victory 


Ramos got his second victory 
lof the year and his second over | 
| Boston. But again it was re-) 
| liable Bob Chakales who had to) 
‘come to the rescue. 
| “Shack” put down an eighth-' 
‘inning uprising when the Sox 
had the bases full. He got Harry 
'Malzone to ground into a dou- 
‘ble play to end that rally and 
then disposed of the Red Sox 
‘in the ninth. 

‘George Susce, who had scored 

the ony victory the Red Sox 
have been able to register over) 
‘Washington in five games this 
year, got his lumps tonight. 

He was,.tagged for nine of 


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in the eighth. Tom Hurd and 
Dave Sisler mopped up. 

| The only consolation the Red’! 
‘Sox had was that they outhit 
‘comfort since they left nine 
|}men on base. 


‘Yost Opens with Homer 


Yost started the Nats off with 
a homer in the first and Paula) 
\duplicated in the second. Bos- 
iton tied it up in the second 


‘when Dick Gernert walked and 


It was | Pjersall banged his first homer.! mates showered 14 off the four 


Ramos tripled against the 
wall in the third and came in| 
on Whitey Herzog’s sacrifice 
fly. Pete Runnels walked and 
Sievers parked his first four-' 
bagger over the leftfield screen. | 

That put the Nats in front,) 
5-2. 

The Red Sox kept pecking 
away. They got a run back in 
the third when Billy Goodman 
singled, moved up when Mickey | 
Vernon walked and scored on 
Gernert'’s one-bagger. 

Piersall closed the gap to 5-4) 


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Adios Harry 
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AMUSEMENTS, 
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Roseeroft 


By Jack Walsh 
Stat Reporter 

Adios Harry got even with a 
vengeance last night at Rose- 
croft Raceway, setting a world’s 
record of 2:07 1/5 for a mile and 
a sixteenth in the $10,000 Henry 
Volo Pace. 

Adios Harry, now the fastest 
harness horse in history at a 
mile, mile and sixteenth and 
mile and a half, raced a dismal 
fifth in his Maryland debut 
last Friday night after being 
backed down to 3 to 5. 

Despite that defeat, the ma- 
jority of the crowd of 7592 
again made him a 3 to 5 choice, 
This time he didn’t disappoint, 

Clocked in fractional times 
of 283/5, 58 4/5, 1.29 3/5, 2.00 
1/5 and 2.07 1/5, Adios Harry 
paid $3.20, $3 and $3. 


New Driver 


In last week's race, the great 
pacer was driven by Luther 
Lyons, son of owner J. How- 
ard Lyons, Greenwood, Del, 
Last night young Lyons had to 
relinquish the reins because 
| of a suspension yesterday at 
‘Roosevelt Raceway, New York. 

Olin Davis, Clayton, Del., 
took over and had the honor of 
steering the 5-year-old son of 
Adios-Helen Win to his elev- 
enth world’s standard. 

There was little doubt of last 
night's outcome although 
B’Haven grabbed the early lead. 
Adios Harry ‘taok right after 
him and gained the lead in the 
backstretch. 

Approaching the halfway 
point, Quick Chief made a 
move. Davis smartly steered a 
bit wide to prevent the 4-year- 
\old from getting in front. Then 
Adios Harry started to pour it 
on. 


Philip Scott Presses 

Pressing at the end was 
Philip Scott, last week's $21 up- 
‘set victor. 

Loser by only half a length, 


SATURDAY, MAY 26, 


A . 5 
By Charlies Del Vecchio. Staff Photorrapher 


engaged in their first field day at the Westbriar Country 


OUT OF TROUBLE—Golf has become the sport of the mo- 
Club at Vienna. Here Annette Bowles, 17, blasts out of trap. 


ment for girls at Madeira School in Virginia. Yesterday they 


Yankees Win, 10-2, Cerv Homers 


bite 4 | 
Mantle Gets (Chisox Sto p Cleveland Fullmer Wins 


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2 Singles, Bats ()n Pierce’s 3-Hitter, 2-1 &™* J |ekarae pai $490 and 3S 
In Three Runs CHICAGO, May 25 (®—Billy Pierce handcuffed the Cleve- Oy cr Humez 


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The New York Yankees routed “Larry Doby scored the deciding run on some clever base) NEW YORK, May 25 «® , The previous world’s record: 

pitcher Don Ferrarese quickly running. 1 Gene (Cyclone Fullmer, a fierce 

The Sox waited until a Zany jeftfielder Al Smith threw to fighting man from West Jor- 


thr innings, four on Bob 
Cerv’s grand-slam homer, per- 
mitting Johnny Kucks to coast 
to a 10-2 victory tonight over 


Billy Martin chipped in with 
two singles and a double while 
Mickey Mantle batted in three 
runs while getting two singles 
in three times up officially. 

It was the fifth victory for 
the 22-year-old Kvrcks against 
two «feats. The righthander 
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which didn't produce two 
scratch hits until the ninth in- 
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the little southpaw for three 
first-inning runs tonight before 
a top-coated crowd of 37,070. 

Cerv’s towering fly over the> 
low fence in left center field 
with the bases loaded on two 
walks and Mickey Mantel’s sin- 
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Garcia was sailing along with after Robby Avila’s throw, in an Humez tonight on the way to a record of 2:084/5 set last year 
home run of the year to tie the S¢vem and retired the last 15 European middleweight cham- Lady Dunn Upset 
4 innie| CLEVELAND CHICAGO hg R ; 
SE ee Sok anaton 7 may have produced Ray Robin culiar finish to the four-horse 
mith.lf 
suckered his old teammates 0 | 
ear his own corner in a closing >y Harry Miller, led all the way 
single to left and Doby rounded | Garcia.p | 
that brought the Madison 
away after the last bell. 
lithroughout the fight and his 
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lado. 
DP-_Ca: Referee Mark Conn scored it 
Hersog.ct-If Left—Cleveiand 
the welder’s apprentice from 


holder was Meadow Rice who 
paced the distance at Roose- 
sixth inning to score their two) second, Doby continued to third dan, Utah, opened cuts around 1954. 
runs. Cleveland starter Mike and scored the winning run poth eyes of France's Charles! The Rosecroft and Maryland 
‘o-hitter when Jim Rivera @ttempt to nip Philley at first, by Wilmington’s Star also went 
pew the sixth with his first went wild. Pierce struck out unanimous decision over the by the boards. 
seore. ‘men in order to score his fifth) pion. : 
Nellie Fox doubled, but was|V'ctory against one loss. | It was a gory 10-rounder that Stenographer upset Lady 
: Dunn, 3 to 5 favorite, in a pe- 
Min lied deep to centerf.| Busby.cf 4 ‘ 
Dabo ainaiea to right and then Car'sa'l aa son’s next challenger. isecondary feature, a $3000 free- 
, Crowding Humez to the ropes for-all trot. Lady Dunn, driven 
the next play. | Regal’do.3b n 
| Dave Philiey followed with a! fesse burst of bitter action, Fullmer “4 copeenee to balk at the fin- 
Mossi.p slugged away in a final rally 'S% ‘ne. 
second to draw a throw. When Narlesk! 
Daley.p Square Garden crowd roaring 
to its feet. They kept slugging 
Blood streamed from the cuts 
around the Frenchman's eyes 
wra,.jonce-white trunks were spat- 
tered with red stains. 
a 
17-3, Judge Artie Aidala 7-2-1 and 
Judge Leo Birnbaum 64 all for 
Utah. The Associated Press also 
iwas for Fullmer 7-3. 


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front for an $8.40 victory. in 
2.04 1/5. Driven by Jimmy Ar- 
thur, Stenographer dogged 
Lady Dunn all the way and her 
persistence paid off when the 
odds-on choice almost broke at 
the end. 

Darn Safe, pre-race choice, 
was a late scratch when he de- 
veloped leg trouble. Although 
only four horse went, win, place 
and show betting was permit- 
ted. The track made up the re- 
\sulting $892.37 minus pool. 


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and was the villain again in the’ 
fifth. 

| Gernert walked in that in- 
‘ning and stole second, con- 
tinued to third on Clint Court» 
ney'’s wild peg and scored on 
Piersall’s single to tie the score 
again at 5-5. | 


Williams Doubles 


In the eighth, the Nats broke 
loose again. Sievers hit a three- 
run homer after Yost and Her- 
zog walked. Lemon doubled and 
Hurd came in to walk Paula. 

Snyder doubled in Lemon 
and when Jackie Jensen threw 
wild, Paula also scored to make’ 
‘it 10-5. | 
_ With one out in the Boston 


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en Spahn, who was pulled in the ninth, his third defeat eighth, Pete Daley grounded to|%*5*? 


‘Snyder who fumbl 
| error. } 
| Ted Williams came in to bat 
for Hurd and doubled to right. ! 
Billy Consolo ran for him. 

Goodman walked to fill the: 
bases. That brought in Chakales 
who got Malzone on a double 
play to end the threat. 


_SIDEBARS—Paula looked | 
silly on White's pop fly which 
fell for a double in the fourth. 
_ Carlos overran the ball... 
| Then he almost missed Good- 
_ man’s fly and dribbled the 
_ ball to second base .. . For- 
tunately, there was no score 
... The Red Sox came home 
with a 7-5 record on the road, 
which is good for them .. . 
Overall, they’re 7-8 away from 
home and they figure if they 
can do a bit better than .500 
on the road they'll have a 
good shot at the pennant.:. 
The crowd was amazing con- 
sidering the chilly night . . , 
Enthusiasm is high again in 
Boston . . . Sammy White 
‘the thumb from Umpire 

hn Flaherty in the eighth 
for protesting a called ball 
on Clint Courtney ... White 
| flung the ball in the air and 
the umpire quickly chased 
him . . . Williams got a tre- 
mendous ovation from the 


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DALLAS, May 25 ”—Texan 
Do#f January's putter offset his 
erratic irons for a j-under-par 
67 today, and a tightening hold 
on first place today in the 
$30,000 Dallas Centennial Open. 

The tall young man from 
Abilene, in the West Texas 
plains country, hit the 36-hole 
mark with 131 and a margin of 
three strokes. 

January, never a leader be- 
fore in his one year on the pro 
circuit, finished his round short 
ly before noon, then sat back 
and watched the hot shots of 


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Deon January, Tex 
Paimer Lawrence, Dallas 
Dow Finsterweld. Obie 


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Newcombe for Circuit 


NEW YORK, May 25 ‘#—Daryl Spencer's two-run homer in 
the sixth inning carried the New York Giants to a 6-5 victory 
over the Brooklyn Dodgers tonight and dropped the world 
champions into fifth place in the National League with their 


third straight defeat. 
Spencer's shot, into the upper 


deck dn 


left field. was the third ofthe night for 
the Giants—all off Don Newcombe, wno 
took his third defeat in nine decisions. 


Dusty Rhodes and Ray Katt 
the other homers for the Giants 
first victory over the Brooks 


clubbed 
in their 
in five 


tries this season with a crowd of 34,634 


sitting in. 


The attendance is second only to Mil- 
waukee'’s opening day crowd of 39,766 
this season in the National League. 

Ruben Gomez was the winning pitch- 
er, giving him a 23 record, after re- 
lieving Johnny Antonelli in the fifth 
when the Brooks tied it at 4-all. 


Antonelli, the first left-hander 
against Brooklyn this season, 


to start 
a 


to Daryl Spencer 


4-2 lead going into the fifth, but gave up singles to Duke Snider, 
Gil Hodges and Jackie Robinson as the Brooks tied it up. 


Gomez came on to strike out 


Carl Furillo and retired rookie 


: Gimo Cimoli on an infield out to end the rally. 


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the tournament trail turn in 
par-shattering round after 
round but none low enough to 
catch him 

January was able to bounce 
back from a double bogey on 
the 15th. hole, where he missed 
the green, tried to run it up 
with a 3-iron but failed. 

He promptly drilled his iron 
within 10 feet of the pin and 
sank it for a birdie on 16. 

He strayed again on 17 when 
his tee shot—he used a 4-iron 
on the short hole—was bad. But 
he came back for a birdie on 18 
where he rolled in a 2%-foot 
putt. 

Hometown favorite Ben Ho- 
gan, who opened with a 71 yes- 
terday, fired a brilliant 66 today 
to be tied at 137 with eight 
others. 

A score of 147 was required 
to get into the lost of 90 pros 
who move into the third round 
tomorrow. A 164 was needed 
for the amateurs. Among the 
players failing to make the 
playoff was Gene Littler of 
Singing Hills, Calif., one of the 
tournament favorites. Littler 
had a horrendous 77 today to 
go with 74 yesterday. 

January moved out virtually 
alone when Henry Ransom, the 
Texas Rancher who shot a 65 
yesterday to rest only one 
stroke away, skied to a dis- 
heartening 76 today. 

Palmer Lawrence of Dallas. 
a little known pro, had the low 
round of the 4ay—A 65—that 
pulled him into a second place 
tie with Tommy Bolt of Hous- 
ton, Dow Finsterwald of Bed- 
ford Heights, Ohio, and Ted 
Kroll, the Ft. Lauderdale, Fia., 
veteran. 

Bolt blazed to a 66 and com- 
plained that he missed four 
out of six 6-footers on the back 
nine that would have given him 
a fantastic 62 if his putter had 
been “working right. 

Finsterwald and Kroll each 
had a 67. 


Mrs. W. E. Foley 
Wins Diffenbaugh 
Golf at Kenwood 


Mrs. W. E. 
15—73 and won net honors in 
the George Diffenbaugh trophy 
golf tournament at Kenwood 
yesterday. 

Mrs. George Noble's 82 won 
the gross prize. Other Class A 


net scores: Mrs. C. Marvin 68— 
Louise Bullock 90 

-75. Mrs. D. J. Ward 92— 

Mrs. H: L. Price 6B— 


In "lene B Mrs. A. L. Coch- 
ran's 9'—21—70 won the -ne 
prize, ind Mrs. Archie Hutton’s 
91 was low gross. Other net 
scores: Mrs. A. D. Ring 108— 
36—72, Mrs. Wilson Fitz 103— 
31—72, Mrs. A. E. Ve.dci 104— 
20—74, Mrs. B.:W. Wasser 96— 
22—74. 


Old Dominion 
Has 100-Lap | 
Race Tonight 


MANASSAS, Va., May 25—A tndiananeti ? 


program offering 150 laps, or 90 
miles, of stock car racing will) 
be held Saturday night at Old 
Dominion Speedway. 

A 100-lap late model race, 
with about 30 drivers compet- 
ing, features the card. It will 
be preceded by a 30-lap sports- 
man-stock race. .Two 10-lap' 
qualifying heats woe the pro- & 
gram at 8:30 p. 

Charlie Dyer al Bill Morgan 
head the field in the 100-lap 
feature, while Wally Gore will 
bid for his third suecessive vic- 
tory in the sportsman-stock 
race. 


West Takes Lead | 
In Winslow Golf 


William West combined a 74 
yesterday with a previous 81 
for a 155 halfway lead in the 
annual 36-hole medal play 


Winslow Cup tournament at. 


Columbia Country Club. 

J. C...Harding, 77,. 80-—-157, 
and Don Jones, 81, 76—157, tied 
for the runner-up spot. Club 
champion Buddy Bowie was 
fourth with 78, 80—158, and 
Ray Swearenger was fifth, 80, 


80—160. The first day leader |£% 
Dick Milbourne zoomed to an 


86 yesterday for a sixth-place 


total of 162, to tie with Ed, 
‘Penn sts 13 


Hickey, 82, 80—162. 


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BALTIMORE, Md., May 25 
?—Horsemen stepped into the 
Pimplico-Delaware battle for 
horses tonight and announced 
settlement of the dispute. 

John A. Manufso, adviser to 
the national president of the 
Horsemen's Benevolent and 
Protective Association, said an 
agreement had been 
out to assure both 
enough animals 
when their 
overlap. 

The HPBA 
came after 
accused the Delaware folks of 
putting a squeeze on horsemen 
who wanted to race their 
thoroughbreds at the Baltimore 
track next week, then ship them 
to Delaware for the rest of the 
meeting there. 


Horsemen Divide Stables 


Under the HPBA-announced 
plan, horsemen desiring stall 
space at Delaware must ship “a 
reasonable number”—assumed 
to be 50 per cent—of their 
horses thereby Monday, open- 
ing day. 

Horses being pointed for spe- 
cific races at Pimlico may be 
kept there without risk of losing 
Stall reservations at Delaware. 

Horses also may be shipped 
back to Pimlico from Delaware 
for specific races without losing 
stall space at Delaware. 

he whole thing started with 
a story in today’s Baltimore 
Evening Sun which said each 
track had laid down what 
amounted to an ultimatum to 
horse owners—“race at my 
track next week or don’t ex- 
pect to have stalls in the fu- 
ture.’ 

It seems that the final six 
days of Pimlico’s meeting con- 
flict with the six opening days 
of Delaware Park's program 
which opens Monday. 

This resulted from a ruling 
by the Maryland legislature 
giving each track in the state 
live extra days this year. 


Pondfield Points to Exodus 


Lou Pondfield, executive di- 
rector of Pimlico, said he had 
an agreement with Bryan Field, 
general manager of Delaware 
Park, not to pressure horse- 
men into being at Delaware 
with their entire stables for the 
opening. 

“Now I find out,” Pondfield 
is quoted in the Sun as say- 
ing, “he (Field) and his racing 
secretary, Gil Haus, are doing 
exactly what they said they 
wouldn't do.” 

Pondfield cited a list of 16 
trainers, saying, “these are 
names of trainers who shipped 
out their entire stables yester- 
day. They will not be back at 
Pimlico this fall.” 

In Wilmington, Field flatly 
denied any conflict for horses 
with Pimlico. “We are not at 
war with anyone,” he declared. | 
“We have not been controver-; 
sial. nor delivered any ultima-| 
tum.” 


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Big 10 Approves 
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Tieup With Coast 


MINNEAPOLIS. May 25 
The Big Ten tightened its al- 
liance with the harassed Pa- 
cific Coast Conference today 
by approving an_ indefinite 
Rose Bow] tieup. 

The Big Ten’s policy-making 
faculty representatives alen 
approved a round-robin football 
schedule under which each 
conference team would play the 
other nine plus one non-<con- 
ference game 

The 10-game schedule. 
ever, cant take effect 
1961 because of present 
mitments 


Mary Monks Wins 
Horse Show Title 


Mary Monks of Dunblane 
School won the championship 
event riding So So in the Dun- 
blane-Immaculata Horse Show 
yesterday at Pegasus Stable. 
Mary O'Brien of Immacu'ata 
toek reserve honors on Sheik. 

In the two beginner classes, 
Gertrude Dobricky of Immacu- 
lata and Joanne Hahn of [un- 
hlane each won on Gennie. 
Alice Hardwick, Immaculata, 
captured Intermediate class 
honors and Miss Monks won 
jumping equitation, both rid- 
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‘|THE WASHINGTON POST 
_ and TIMES HERALD 
Saturday, May 26, 1956 


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ST. LOUIS, May 26 ‘#—The 
patched-up St. Louis Cardinals, 
in a virtual tie with Milwaukee 
for the league lead, downed the 
Chicago Cybs, 6-1, tonight be- 
hind the steady eight-hit pitch- 
ing of little Murry Dickson. 

It was the second victory for 
the 39-year-old Dickson since 
his return to the Cardinals in 
one of .Frark Lane’s recent 
trades, and represented his. first 
complete game of the sezson. 
He now has a 23 record for 
the season. 

The only run off him’ was 
Ernie Banks’ ninth home _ run 
of the season, which came in 
the seventh. 

The Cardinals played @ith- 
out Red Schoendienst, Rip Re- 
pulski. and Bobby Del Greco, 
all on the injured list. An X-ray 
examination today disclosed 
Repulski, hit. by a pitched ball 
last Wednesday, has an éncom- 
plete fracture of the small bone 
of the right wrist. He was in 
uniform and the injury wasn't 
expected to keep him out of ac- 
tion for more than a few days. 
Schoendienst has a sore shoul- 
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ant, former Redskin star 
Lauri Niemi, were reported 
“much improved” in a hospital 
here where they are recover- 
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ST. LOUIS, May 25 
Ron Gregory, 18-year-old 
high school senior, today 
ran the fastest mile in 
United States prep track 
history. 

The Sumner High School 
star turned in a time of 
4:19.2 in the annual St. 
Louis city public school 
track meet to clip three- 
tenths of a second off the 
old mark of 4:19.5 set by 
Tom Skuta of West Plains, 
N. J., last year. 


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Tigers’ Six 


Errors Help. 
A’s Win, 6-3 


DETROIT, May 25 (#—The 
Detroit Tigers committed six 
errors, four of them in a single 
inning, to hand Lou Kretlow 
and the Kansas City Athletics 
a 6-3 triumph and sixth place in 
the American League tonight. 

The defeat was the Tigers’ 


third in succession and dropped 


State Track 
Meet Today 


Some 700 schoolboys, repre- 
senting 47 Maryland high 
schools, will compete today in 
the annual State track and field 
meet at the University of Mary- 
land. Competition begins at 
10:30 a. m. 

Three competitive classes, on 
a basis of school enrollment, 
will be run, with 13 track and 
field events in each class. 

The defending Class A cham- 
pion is Montgomery Blair of 
Silver Spring. Elkton High took 
Class B honors last year, while 
Washington High of Princess 
Anne has been Class C cham- 


pion for the past three years in P** 


a row. 

Bethesda-Chevy Chase, High 
Point, Northwestern, Richard 
Montgomery, Suitland and 


Wheaton will also represent the } 


Washington area in Class A. 
Oxon Hill, Gaithersburg, Lac- 
key, and Sherwood will com- 
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in Class C, 


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Robert Sterling Clark, 80-year- 
old American race-horse owner 
from Warrenton, Va.. has given 
his 1954 Epsom Derby winner, 
Never Say Due, to Britain's 
National Stud, it was an- 
today. 

After its successful 1954 sea- 


ison, Never Say Die went on to 


.win another classic, 


the St. 
Leger. Never Bay Die has been 
at the Earl of Derby's stud 
under contract which expires 
in 1958. 

The National Stud is govern- 
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Never Say Die was foaled in 
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Nasrulfah out of the American 
mare Singing Grass. 

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Gene Freese doubled down the left field line and scored on 
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her run. The rally ended when Richie Ashburn grounded 
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Wiliams and Lou Gehrig hit 
six straight, whie Willie Mays, 
Walker Cooper and George 
Kelly managed to make it one 
better, hitting seven homers 
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Racing Charts at Type Nine Race * Hartack Up Again — saps Race Tiny 
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Jocker We + defeat to attain Peommand and turn ned pack the early stretch 2 At Pimlico CAMDEN, N. J., May 25 (®—The Calumet Farm's Fabius Cc rew | oda fellow faces a hard job. 
Russo! f + | Stenaily.. ehieaces Bhat est Flone pole” an na wee _ and Willie Hartack will team up again tontorrow against The pride of California 
o not rood eno Mowlee wore down / mine rival 3-year-olds in the $50,000-added Jersey Stakes at ' 00 
Grim 2 FIFTH RACE nd one- sintoonth miles pons #40 | . St Park | is set to run in the $100,000 

: ; Por 4-year-olds i Went to post at 4:0 By Walter Haight | Garden State Park. a POU KHKEEPSIE, N. Y.,) added Californian and his 

e ° ° tte 05's. Start eood nm driving: piace same. Winner, 3 I t Saturd Fab of the - . 

Bern (Sa ® = arm's b,c. (4 bY Paultiess—Whiriine Lark by Whirl- Stal Reporter ne SetEreay feos, Se May 25—George Washington Chief opposition is Bobby 
7 af A away Trained by J. B. Bond. Time. 1:46. ‘ iNlustrious Citation, upset Kentucky y Brocato, a flying 5-year-old 

ba te ‘Bush Hg 4 s Vbne HY Pe A, BPS dle eg wal Se, May 20 i . an Derby, winner Needles in the Preak- High School of Alexandria, 11, ),° won six stakes this 

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ANQRLING, ($4.90. $9.20. $260: ADAGE $9.80. 8 | r Dance Ma | +70 eaded by Carolyn K Stable’s , ek ness at Pimlico, and the colt was favored to win the feature year for his wealthy owner, 
ni Pan. 2.40 _ | Blac! 1g 60 unbeaten Pro-Brandy, a field : meet an entire new batch of opposi- race for varsity eight-oared Travis M. Kerr of Okla- 
pa eige bere rround while under restraint. was sent | Ann's Leve (Nelso 6 6 14 0, of nine two-year-olds has been tion this time. shells. and 51 shells represent- homa City 

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bara. but proved no match for the w ef ge Dan was 8230. om a mee $2.40; OUR DANCE. $5.80.) ‘named Overnight for the 40th BS aos <8 Cs. whitnev’s ised ing 27 other schools will com- Others in the field will 
a a matt comm weakened siich Lightly wader steadying restraint while in close ate runnin f the Pimli N . 8 g or te y : , include Llangollen Farm's 
CE—Bix game “{chute). a — ‘tendence ced the leader on the final tu g of the Pimlico Nursery i Boy, who was second choice in the pete in the National Schoolboy porterhouse and Mister 
erie un Slece one “Winner. ‘A dae, t , 3 Cx? Rad sPees RRs eit Stakes here tomorrow. The Derby and hasn't raced since after Rowing Championships on the Gus. H. H. Helbush’s Poona 
at ok rb ria, ale aise “rime: 1 ung, Trick by *psyenie Bid itst _ onduct was always formidable but failed to race is at five furlongs and 3 og: i ae finishing sixth at Louisville, May 5. Hudson River here Saturday IT ‘and Harry : Warner’s 

a ) ‘eh 3 ) Se, re, he Jersey is over the mile and one - ao r 

eK Fin, Od is. LU eijaiming Went to re! yr $3300 | For oarries $10,000 added money. — ; aes anh dauin ane Gatike an a pore | George Washington is rated pga are all winners 
by Gino Trained by, Pro-Brandy, a son of Double duel between Fabius, a speedy colt |No. 1 on the strength of its) © Maze StAREs. 
wo, Time. 2 Bail Brandy-Proverb, has scoréd in who can go to the lead when he wants |!mpressive victory in Philadel- 
ween ben na st wat » all three of his starts and has to, and a late-running Career Boy. phia’s Stotesbury Cup regatta 

0 ability. He will have his fegu- ite Warteck difference in the Jersey, for Fabius |W" their last five races. | omen s 
(Catena ‘ ne oe Vasil, in the be arene must tote 126 pounds, while Career Could Be No. 5 
80, $2.40: DINNER MUSIC. 84 40. Welt Marked  (Sny saddle tor the Nursery. Boy has only 118. Eric Guerin, will be up 
aft'thre., "KEE. $120 ot tp seve under ‘eid ea Boy. "#11. $6.20. $540: MASTER PENNy., Opposing the undefeated star Adso getting in with 118 are Mrs. Wallace Gilroy’s Oh a a a ogg oO 

a rene 8 OT eetharh Music.| We rs Boy wrested command from the outside. responded ‘will be E. K. Bryson’s entry Johnny, the Companas Stable’s Besomer Dixie McKinley's Washin ce Le oye prod 

er ie goposition sale after Rg BK, wel te ‘ mid camely i: ‘haying been Kg 7 he Fe Ey ™ — of Hoptoitboy and Mr. Jocko, Mr. Patrick, and Mrs. é. R. H. Thourcn’s Happy New Year. h as a h e Ne ing ae ARMY NAVY — Mrs. How- 
ed the needed response improved his position steadily to reach the leader. hela 4 Mrs. M. Demarco’'s Sin ging . leti } field ll with 111 h as taken the title in the eight e 

slight lead nearine the end end just missed. Third Port made Compieting the field, a it , are the Brookmeade ard Snyder won Class A pla 
b Bush. Hillside Farm's Blue Ray, Stable's Lawless; Joe W. Brown's Lucius Beebe, Happy Hill ¥°Ars they a Pe pg wg trae ‘¥ , y 
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ith scull. Cordeman won in Class B. 
__ Russo) 13 ; citvhtis in the drive it four in a row. a 
HESMABOY, $13:60. $5.40 84.20: KIKI K.. . EIGHTH RACE—One and one-sixteenth miles Perse Port Princeton was a rather im- 
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Gefeat ang held sway afte saraing A} te ean serrina tak — } hak ony Boy " “eine ame ¥ start at the meeting and could engages the Philadelphia Golf leges held their national reg- lected nine holes women’s 
Association's team today and atta on this site, then known 4... aoif tournament yester- 
“Jo also was a winner at the meet- Noi ste aL : : ee : 
and one-sixteenth miles. Purse ‘Caro! ina Rex ‘Gonzalez’ | ing and off that showing must Mason-Dixon Cup matches. Ohio, in 1950 and to Syracuse MacCartee was runnerup 
‘yfisimina amspor The Philadelphia team, head- in 1952. with 42-5—37 
Pine. 1:48 e ah by Bostonian. ” Trained by R. J Cremen 83,4 LADD. Pro-B 4 
me , Fakes Dam to the stretch. moved boldly and of the races won by Pro-Bran y) thet . peter 
3 le to retal the dvant aft . 8 
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8 bLsric Note Jack Westland (R-Wash.), Ralph tied in Class C. Mrs. John 
$2750: 3-year-olds: claimin 4 furlonss: $2000 & < ry 
Rata ‘ the Red 112 Merice 09 . tohn col (Wh der) , “9 2 Last Run in 1950 Mal hanc arm entry he MA rester. yn . 
Lats Mantesabe ||| Start New (Thomas) ae rae + D sayy A - Ry By yh WOODMONT — Mrs. Bea CONGRESSIONAL — Mrs. 
Cressive 0: Ballykeel. Gooner Tim a wees.) q Baltimeri é 
CONSENSUS Stronepiay, St alwart Bon, ‘Thane’ of Pile 1950 when the Bryson colors, Vespucci "The Puiledelphia team wilt be com-| Mrs. Etthel Baskin, 109—33— Class A yesterday in A flag 
| ax "hy urlongs: %2 ‘ 5 | : ye: 
AT PIMLICO ere 46 3.40| Equibit. oe 18-hole ladies day play. Sec- 
ee te 7 ked Susan (Spinale) “f ill be| sate ‘Mors ond was Mrs. Jane Bauman, | shek, 96—22—74, won Class B, 
t—Celtic Play 25, Palmer Methed 4. Ste. Agatha, Major Event. Corn sh | ‘race. the gross vaiue W Sorce 
r . enore Goldsmith, 91—10— | — 71, Class C. Mrs. E. V 
wi es. ay A 16,|10t Speed. Head Mono and Happy Bou: Searchin ¥ ’ a - & - Be . 
s—Fighting Frae Brady 'to the victor will amount to sressie? Btable entr Lourdes Retains CYO 81, and Mrs. Lee Edlowitz, | Brumfiel had low putts, 30. 
" ‘Ove m DOVER 2%, Valley Dancer as _ furl tide $2700; 1:12% ‘the sum of $8675. tlie, 83 ; : 
“m ooeeremty ta? $48 $48/ Jim Nichols will be down): Tee Midget Track Title Mrs. Madeline Egenrodd of 
oun a | the Washington Golf and Gon 
—Dt “Gallant Te Check Themp- Sean-J Aes ao " gireten. aw Bear. war in the Nursery. Bobby 29.72% et i 
on : as a 
' gon & 1. Pre-Brandy 15, Biue yore Nance, Dandy Stretch and Tropic) wrartin is scheduled to ride| *5 ‘7 pounds sllowance claimed pions in the midget division, | prize, 86-—3 
py, and Stanley Small’ and Blessed Sacrament won Tied at 32 for the low GRAY LINE BUS to 
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Oulek eB, _ 2. Ps * ‘0 will be on Singing Bush. | ; 4a ® zs 
om tense Barat ‘Threat ite 1%: 83000: 4-year-olds up: elme. | olic Youth Organization “Jun- Moss, Mrs. Goldsmith and ROSECROFT 
. Dorsett ti, Watch It Grow Cranberry J Hobo ‘> ing Sound of ected Bnd t iS Pl ior Olympics” yesterday at Mrs. Peggy Brown. 
4 peor oe. Lourdes scored 26 points to WA he a oe “ar oe _DIRECT 16 WHACK enTRANCE " mye 
win its division, while Blessed. art, Wi aces ty | ine from ‘s 
Ga-| WOn a criers tournament yes- 7:15 ». m. Post time 8:15 ». m De 
- . a Double cleses 8:05. ROUND TRIP ONLT 
' briel’s in the junior division 
1} with 207/10 points. Eight meet 


ths pace. attained command on_ the final are his money if he is to make 2—%: $¥700: 
| ) ; First Big One Since 1950 ' mh Mr toh 
PENDEL. $5.00. For 4-vear-old« and up claiming Went to post a 4 Js The Middie Atlantic Golf gr ngage aha 
The iatter Pp B d 
be among Pro-Brandy’s most ' 
fomorruw at Congressional 45 the Poughske.:psie Regatta. day with 37.32%. Mre. Cart 
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a driv. Ocala Gal . . (Delveechio: i receive consideration. ’ . 
— . ed by William Hyndman I11,| This marks the first big Mrs. Vern Wilson won Class 
7 Wet. PP : " , ~~ Odds a... down acd Huahine engated the leader and 
. nd was beaten only a length.| . 
: $3 4 r and was y . at Richmond, will be heavily will have the largest number up with 49-11—38. Mrs. Les- 
susduidinanaie Oungii 
when third in the Gulfstream § Ne 8 Ea Huntington was runnerup 
07 Perdooti . 112 Black Al (Mercier) 3.40 The Nursery was last run in cedar Hill Siaary Bailey and Spencer Overton, the, Leventhal, 103—27—76, and J. | Hoen, 89—17—72, won 
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? . patio? rake irs. W. B. Maro- 
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: Donale Welland and Weedy Piatt. 99—20—79, and third Mrs. | and Mrs. E. L » Taylor, 107—36 
Scampie 4. Game. Jiffy, Bullets. Lee's Way. Tim *! $12,300 and if all go the net atic Woltaae | 2 
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Lourdes repeated as cham-| Country Club, won guest 
83 
S—Hobbys Bull 25, Picot 6 Glory’s +4 tari > y-a31 iKevin Bo , oe 
rewn 5. urtongs: 4 | GARDEN STATE ENTRIES the junior division in the Cath- putts prize were Mrs. Jean 
Da Utopia. Royal P ' Su foot 
awn, pia. Rova al Sst FFOLK DOWNS ENTRIES gee hee Catholic University. ; : rive on Time—No Troffic Headaches 
—— leave -reculariy from 5:30 
Sacrament dethroned St. 
terday. Runner-up was Mrs. | ¢; 60 ‘sine tax 
records were broken. 


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boy assumed command at once. raced Don Reed into &! 5:34. Start good Won driving: place same. Win 1 pressive winner of his lone Association's 12-man goif team For almost fifty years col- Barry won the Class A se 
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River Jordan Country Club in the annua] That regatta moved to Marietta, 
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“ COLONY DAME. $18.20. $8.00 $4.00; HUAHINE. 94.40. | evin Boy was second in one at Crack >, 2 D 
$2 K y iit runner-up in last year's Na- event to be held on this part B with 49-12—37 and Mrs, 
Horse " russe) 133 then gave war while 
favored to beat the Middle At-\0f entries ever to compete on ter Briggs, 54-18—36, and Mrs. 
Tiswar showed a flash of class! asir Warren | 118 Siid 
BALMORAL ENTRIES ' to K DOWNS RESULTS . a § Harmo eF . ‘ 
7 ,  |Park Dinner Stakes. Troy Rule Brin Lad... Women’s Golf with 53-14—39. 
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© ares olds | BELMONT RESULTS ished fourth, with 83—3's— 


rappers Treat 12 i—5§ furlongs: $3500 59's 79! 
Dual Streak ..113' Lead Stery (Ander'n) 2 
Cottemnow (Nichols) 
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sarmstrong and Rarco Stable entry tat Studded, Iranian, Reaay| @ SVeSsseeseeaeseseeeeseee 
4—*,: $3500: claiming i\Chacge. aH aDougherty and 

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Top That Miss a ‘ Ra . ona *Peas Pudin Hot 
AT SUFFOLK 7—1 mile and 70 yards: $4000. 1-43, M® are | saree Tes 
l—Antheny C. 17. Edward W. 1%. Doudis pa, J (Rusts) ‘ 3.00 *-£0 Sen - B<rae es 
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we Whisties Bre 12. Peopy Dey 7. vette Cress (Modden) 7.60 
ax's Reward 5. Africance. Uncharted, Tape Reader 
Ey eee Me 1%. Shed a Tear 14, #0 en omme s 
atte 5 s— miles: $2400: 1:463 
4—Veracity 19. Hightene %. Legal 9. ~ le im 
—— are 17. Chelsea Town %. Moon active, uly ‘wuiter) 23.00 3 
ancer 6. 
C-LASBIE LEA 21, Nedle Try 9, "sla A. (Ualrbents) 
ae * Line 15. Pine Eche 4, Loaded and Indisn Lad. 
Teurnere 6. 9-11, mil £7000 
Mark 76. Dee Bun I°. Near- Grasies ced. Adams) 
wavs Flash 9. Arieto4 (Lande a 
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2%, Helbe 5. Sasarfoo — Bond ok . Day 1 

batacie Fie Ti, ‘seme "S| Horses to Watch °| ae Lastine Treat’ 103) Maried Garo on tis poesia, 
M atuc 70 ; P . 
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7—1%—: 850.000 "3: “year. olds: si But N Be Tarquin. Goose Bay 


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Bid and Win 15, Wedding Ring | AT PIMLICO Wise "Ripple bPrivilese. Canterbury. Flaw. Cherwel 
a. "Chichdsle 5. bArcadia Stable and Voss Jr entry 


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AP Sesectiene Rareo Sash 1 rye FLYING PETAL—Packs clos-| Uncle Morris Kareog 1030" sree 
(™ AT GARD eux . Helianthus 7, s > ( Guerin 
1—Susartest,  Faschelevent, War) Day Yantvs ate ing speed that should account Lpitte Shtaper | (Deer 5.40 3. 
_.. 29, Career Bor 8. Oh for a purse soon. Fanciful Mise (Ferre vais ole) 
s Briar Sweet, Beneficial. War Moot. John Sickle’s Gound . Comet Wine, Twinklet, 
rine Sweet, menetigiey Ei Lacera:| berths Posse’ 16, Sacandass 11, Miss) ROMANTIC MISS— Due to tro y 116 houette, Bush 
Rete Tene Sena. EE oe emerge from maiden ranks >" es 
need Sun, Captain Morgan, Fen R ‘Ibi d L h when not too highly placed. lata lash 
Mr. First, Commodore M., Helien- auouwr ongshot | HAMPACE—Had slight mis- sMak Room 
areer Boy, SILVER RAB hap leaving gate last time; fhe _Phessant 


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potters ee OD) furlon $3500 1:12 ' 
Lebiane wat i 72.00 5.40 
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1-5 furlongs: $3500, :59%s a “(Begala ib'sd R00 5.40 Hea Man th "(pottery *” ite a6 an afternoon's vacation! 
hastens Dae eee) _ wr 2 se c ia Sy ‘ \ he 4.20 = sins, Bar (Gtyeener’ — nee ; oon 5 facation 
‘ Duohn) “RO 6 / ‘(Ratche pe? a“ A "se + arent, uichean rill of a 
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Normaias 7 Cherry Nell Bola 0 5.10 74a BALTIMORE 15, MD, 


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Lady : DAILY DOUBLE PAID £387.20 (Weedhewse) . 260 


2—S5 rane $2500: :59% case ane ; ° 
M0 E40 T40 Romin Hi (LeBlanc). 112 hold Tha dadhdhthdadededhdededhchdedhehdhed 
— . 4.40 3.40 i126 5.80 4.00 el Lipper. ponailite, Pelagus oh 
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— , 500 a -olds and ep: claiming: 6 Cure All (No Bo .. Dull with. maidens 
vast meee tr te = + CRE 7 Valley Da: ger ‘No Boy) Beaten off second 
: : ets call here 1 4 Diversity Bo Fair in works 
Last encouragin 5 Philiv Baby ‘veal Can't e¢e this one 
; FTH RACE— 82500: 3-vear-olds: six furion 
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Sai. Air Wonder. Free Gilenkirk. my Holiday. Money Money.) = — — 
Wonder and “Tap Dance |Maedette. Just-A-Sec, Beau Dee, eel 


(Cook } Beat 
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ven (Clark) Wo moves up ! . DAILY DOUBLE PAID 8796.00 RE oe gy ge Be a, 
RACE—Purse, 83800; fcomnane and up; ‘3—6 furlon H $3000: 1:11% nl oF a 
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furion Gallant Tonto (Nelson) , 
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Chuck Th in (Ne Boy) Has been stopping 4_A.furlones: 84500: 1:112 won Tontaht pai Pa ry 100 00 as ington rea nterviews 
King's ividenes ong Away long time Frying Wird (Beck) 35.80 10.00 5.00 Nest Bere 460 3.40 


‘SEYENTH RACE—Purse. 0.900 added: %-vear-olds: Roman Boss (Barile) 4.60 3.40 Val Jim ‘art Sao for persons interested in opportunities with 


Nursery’: five tarienes oy Welf (Dalze) 3 80 Someast. ee anid Astolfo. Lady 
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: | gies, (£3000 159  ae aooly Sotesietignes:, 810.000: 1:30, 9 CONVAIR—POMONA 

ase h Game ‘No Roy) , (ast was dull \go . 40.40 20.40 Flying (Morene) "7 6 3. ‘ . . i 

é Metts Le irriser. toi Puraisé, fair a sbevimeie pido” in Southern California for work in 
Longshot Daily Double aHoptoitboy (No ’ Boy? . Song. Gallaride “pumando and Sir Chris.| —, One mile: 96000: 1:41% ee G id d Mi ] | . 

FARM GIRL and SCAMPIE | | Loctsnmac’ (Nelson ee Gull @ maiden Ds 11/18 on (reeks 1 50"» ise £40 Sooteotes, tices 5.64 2.80 2. ulae issiles and Electronic Sy stems 


2200; 4- - : elaimi Free tnd (BI ; r . , re 
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... Turf event suits §-2 Adams Of Ox. Sito. Hotel Man and Basins Rocke 
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w ‘aSmart Deel (Church) 12.60 ‘440 220 3.20 as : iMiarrier (Smith) 9.20 3 340 280 : P. S. Wessels, will bein ditioned plant located 


prache wt (coma) , soe! mea) 7.00 : 

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rman (No Boy) is May need racing 


FOURTH RACE—Purse Sreee: 3-year-olds: claiming: 
‘ Pas vorite last time 1 . eS AP Selections a | 
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Granny Brook (No Ber) --»++ By Brookfield 


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Bouse, Method Celt tic Play oes Play mer Method _ Border Lor oo Palme pee . | Races By Bus for an appointment, EXecutive 
FIGHTING FRAU | Fighting Frau tela Fighting Prau onpitt ting Frau~—st: Buses leav 3-5037 from 8:30 A.M. to 6:00 
Hillsid Miss fliside Mi ; teh Hillside M nt ee @ regularly : I 
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¥ SS Hillside Miss Hillside Miss : 
Twin OVER DOVER Granny ; Brook ALWAYS MOVIN Always Movin kag! Dover '@ Pest Time, 2:00 P.M... 


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DAILY DOUBLE (5-1) PAID $21.00 5 


THIRD RACEA-One m ile (pace Puree. $800 
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Grace by Worthy “Boy Fens 7: oR8'. p Reo 
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Five Horse Trot Selections 
Shows Listed |, ssa 5n?tet reese, aver 


ray Sene Direct Dee. Heome- 


This W eekend “: —— ee ee 


y aE HAE Tites HManever. Caria 
‘ Tar) nnat Hanever 
B Mark Hannan ‘Sumter Rev. Garcia Sue. Mr. Cool 
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Hor “ lovers from 8 to 80 ai—Misa Juliette. Nibble Scet, Truetta 


years are leoking forward to the izheme Knicht. Shep York, Jim 
. arre 
busiest weekend of the youth &—FRANKFORD. Martial Spirit, Rar- 
ful show season with five major *™ 
.. CLOCKER 
ttractions schedul or Sat 
a rac ° ~ : , ed i J 1 Sheridan Hanewér. Janie Mite. Miss 


urday and Sunda Yonkers 
—Tthe Rees. Direct Dee. Reth Brewer 


Top event in the Washington) ¢ _ srceaway. Banners Bride. Upland 
area will be the annual Fair one ene Mights Blase. Carla Han- 
fax Hunt Show today at Sunset Garcia Sue. Samier Ber. Mr Ceol 

: , reer . 
Hills, Va. 6&—Mise Juliette. Tracita. Nibble Seet 

Youthful riders will get their ..7—JIm CARROLL. Direct “Wainet. 
cha ce at the Fox Den Pony a ¥ am Us Prejester, Raveon. 
and’ Junior show at Dr. & Mrs eociuntih 
Robert Moran's farm in Poto-| , 5... site sneridan Nanever. Aé- 
mac, Md., the annual Pegasus mira! Van 
Stable Student show at the mon 
Meadowbrvok show ring in i "Mreaway, Banners icae. Peter Bax 
Rock Creek Park, and the Hill » \—Garcia See, Sumter Bor, Mr. Cool 
School Pony show at Middle. "S“"N\iss sunrerTe. Truecita, Nibbdte 

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eure, Va. All are on Saturday = Carroll, Sadies Oream. Seamer 
. av > . Kn 
n Sunday, the Hyattsville oe Sask ‘Wins Penlecied: 
Lions Club will offer an all 
day program at the show . - 
grounds at University Lane and F{ytchinson Wins 
the Adelphia Shopping Center 


The Fairfax Hunt show, which! Qanen Flight in 


is developing into one of the 


most colorful events on the ~a . 
Virginia Horse Shows Associa- Schoolboy Golf 
tion schedule, will draw the ’ 
largest entry list in the 27-vear Fred Hutchinson, 18-year-old 
old history of the hunt which Fastern High captain, won sec 
Cates back to 1929 ond flight honors in the 23d 
On the same grounds, as Hunt . 
members like to remind visitors, 2"9Ual Schoolboy Invitation 
where Lord Fairfax hunted Sir golf tournament yesterday at 
Fox with George Washington, Georgetown Prep’'s course. 
twenty-three classes and three Hutchinson defeated Jim 
championships will be decided Krick of Wilson High, 3 and 2 
in the day-long program start- } 
ing at 9:30 a. m. Daylight Time Ronald Righter, 14, .of Bla 
Top title to be decided at the 7ms>urg High won the 14 
Hunt grounds on Route 606 just Years-and-under division by 
off Route 7 will be the Grand eating Doug Lindsay of Be- 
Hunter Championship won last thesda-C hevy Chase, 7 and . 
year by Miss Nina Winthrop on Righter won his three tourna. 
Hourless. Time ment *matches by the same 
7 scores 
Deane ‘Beman of Bethesda- 
Sports on Radio, TV (Chevy Chase and Carl Lohren 
of Montgomery Blair play for 
/ TELEVISION championship flight honors 3:30 


BASEBALL —Washington |: ™- Sunday at Columbia. 
at Boston, WTTG (Ch. 5), 


2 p. m. Thalman Named 


RADIO . . 

ace ne s atti Athletic Director 
at Boston, WWDC (1260 k.c.), HAMPDEN-S YDNEY. , 
2 p. m.; New York at Balti- May 25 (*—Robert J. Thalman 
more, WCBM (680 k.c.), 8 has been named athletic direc- 
p.m, Brooklyn at New York, tor at Hampden-Sydney Col- 
WINX (1600 k.c.), WFCR Iiege 
(1310 k.c.), WFAN-FM (100.3 Thalman, recently named the 
m.c.), 2 p.m Tigers’ head football coach, has 

AU TO ‘RACING—Time been serving as assistant ath- 
trials of entries in Indianap- letic director since the depar- 
olis races, from Indianapolis ture of Jim Hickey, who has 
Speedway, Ind.. WOL (1450 joined the University _of North 
k ¢.), 8:30 p. m. Carolina coaching staff. 


3 Saturday’s Sports Events 


COLLEGE BASEBALL Takoma of Pierce il. Prince Georges 
Army at Mate. 9 “w $s. ow ze nar Wgek ¢ “wr Bo 4 
COLLEGE GOLF Arlingten at East 
Army at Navy. 1:39. HORSE  anows 


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Navy at Army. 
COLLEGE LACROSSE 

diese at. Army. 

COLLEGE cREW 
Navy at Wiscensin. 

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Printers Shut 
Out Colonial 


Union Printers snapped a 
four-game losing streak, beat- 
ing Colonial Restaurant, 6-0, in 
a Washington Post and Times 
Herald Industria] League game 
on the West Ellipse yesterday. 
The loss was the third in a 
row for Colonial 

Gene Melito pitched a five- 
hitter for the shutout, did not 
allow more than one hit an 
inning. Everyone in the Print- 
ers lineup got a hit, with Bill 
Valentine hitting a triple and 
single to bat in two runs. 
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Man Dies at Track 


DENVER, May 25 ‘®—Perry 
C. Fisher,. 68, of Denver, 
dropped dead in the Centennial 
Turf Club parking lot last night 
after winning a $24.80 bet on a 
quarter-horse race 


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\Coolidge 


Johnny Haines qualified for two 


Eliminates 


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thon: "Saturday, May 26, 1956 13 


Roosevelt clinched a berth in 


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rot! Purpe. $3000. Free-For- 
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pionship playoffs by walloping 
Cardozo, 16-0, yesterday at Car- 
dozo. 

The vitcory gave Roosevelt 
the runner-up position to Wil- 
son in the league's west divi- 
sion. Eastern won the east di 
vision crown with Anacostia 
finishing in second place. 

Dunbar, which had been tied 
with Roosevelt with a 32 rec- 
ord prior to yesterday's final 
regular season games, was elim- 


inated from the playoff race 


when it lost to Coolidge, 8-2, 
"| yesterday at Coolidge. 

The playoffs begin Monday, 
3 p. m., at Griffith Stadium with 
Wilson (60), facing Anacostia 
(5-1). Eastern (6-0) meets Roosre- 
velt (4-2) Tuesday, 3 p.m. at 
Griffith Stadium in the other 
semifinal game 

Monday and Tuesday winners 
play Thursday at Griffith Sta- 
dium for the league title. 


Reocevelt Hie 496 5S—I6 19 
Cardose oo0 O88 Oo 6 4 


Koetras and Thomas: 2a. West 
(4). Helland (7) and Sten 

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Ceolidge 6 ?| 

jones and Smith: Wharten and Sim- 
mons 
Walkersville 108 O08 1—T & 
Peooléesville 611 1206 «4 9§ 

Marshall and Ceek: Stettlemver and 

undy 
Western - @O8 182 T—16 8 8 
Bell noe O81 Oo | > 14 

Papanicolas and Lomax; Theme. 
Sneddy (5) and Rurke 


Nerthwestern ora 701 15 4 
Landen oo1 of8 &—1 3 
Seules and Thrift: Braner and Green. | 
Chamberlain #0 000 OT 2 
Eastern 001 014 s—6 & 


Mavhuge Tatiant (6) and Green: 

Ruerch and Dar. 

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Bieadensbere Hii on@ as—t 4 4 
Themopsen and Helmes: J. Nalléy and | 

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St. Stephen's “O01 200 004 ‘ ! 
Wakefield oi on8 poe | 


Westby and Smith: Purdy. Ren = 
Omehandre (8) and Darling. Bekweic: 
KRhardt (*) 


Three Break 
IC4A Record 


In Hammer 


NEW YORK, May 25 ‘?—One 
meet record toppled, Iron-Man 


sprints and both Arnie Sowell 
and Ron Delany won half-mile| 
heats to set up a humdinger} 
final today as the two-day IC4A'| 
outdoor track championships | 
got under way. 

Al Hall of Cornell, Bill Me- 
Williams of Bowdoin and Cliff 
Blair of Boston University all 
broke the hammer throw s.alid 
ard of 186-10 set last year by 
Don Seifert of Brown. 

Hall and McWilliams tied for | 
first with heaves of 196 feet 2'2 
inches each. 

Haines, Penn’s three-time na- 
tional indoor spring champion, 
didn’t defend his 100-vard title. 
Instead he concentrated on the 
quarter-mile and 220 and 
turned in his best clocking in 
each, 

He was caught in 47.6 for the 
quarter and 21 flat for the 220 
Charlie Jenkins of Villanova 
also won his heat in the 440 
and will test Haines to the 
utmost in the final, 

Jenkins’ time in winning his 
heat was 48 flat. 

Sowell, America’s No, 1 
hope in the Olympic 800-meter | 
(and the probable favorite) 
waltzed to a 1.55.6 victory in 
his half-mile heat, while Delany| 
whipped to 1:54.4 triumph in 
his heat. 

Perry Moore, Maryland's 
high point scorer this sé@ason. 
qualified in both the 120-yard 
high and the 220-yard low 
hurdles 

Dennis Abdalla, Maryland 
sprinter, qualified in the 100- 
yard dash 

Peter Fedak of Georgetown 
also qualified in the 120-yard 
high hurdles. 


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AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER . 


SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1956 PAGE 14 


—— 


On Visiting Russia 


Coexistence, like June, seemingly is about to 
“bust out all over,” what with the Soviet invitation 
to foreign military chiefs to visit Russia. This 
newspaper hopes that the Administration will find 
it convenient to accept the invitation fot General 
Twining or for the Joint Chiefs of Staff together if 
a larger bid should be extended later. On balance 
of advantage there is relatively little to lose and a 
considerable amount to gain by such contacts. 

The fact that similar invitations have been sent 
to military officials in other countries may diminish 
their importance. The Soviet motive in such 
invitations may be to impress foreign officers with 
Red military might; or it may be merely to make 
propaganda, or to allay fears and abet relaxation 
in Europe. Conceivably the Russians intend to put 
on only a Potemkin village kind of performance. 
But it is also possible that the Soviet chieftains 
really hope to establish some sort of basis for an 
arms inspection system. Harold Stassen seems to 
believe that there is ground for optimism on this 
score. It is worth an effort to find out. Moreover, 
even limited visits have some value from the stand- 
point of information and impressions. 

No doubt the Russians would like a quid pro quo. 
There have been broad hints that Marshal Zhukov 
would welcome a chance to visit the United States, 
and Messrs. Khrushchev and Bulganin ‘made it very 
apparent in England that they are eager for an 
invitation from Washington. So far President 
Eisenhower has demurred, but a visit of American 
officials to Russia would increase the pressure. 
Khrushchev and Bulganin may well hope that a 
trip to the United States would enhance their 
position domestically and reintroduce the euphoria 
in international relationships which they sought to 
inculcate at Geneva. 

Because they appear to be so anxious, it would 
be well not to be in too much of a hurry to grant 
their wishes. A visit of the Soviet leaders would 
have tertain advantages from the American stand- 
point, in that it might help to open their eyes (as 
in England) to the workings of democratic pro- 
cedures and to the canards about capitalism which 
Marxist propaganda has spread. But the United 
States also could afford to establish politely some 
preconditions such as agreement on arms inspection 
or some concession on German unification, so as 
to make any discussions useful. 

On the larger issue of whether to encourage 
exchange visits on a broad nonofficial basis, the 
criterion also ought to be balance of advantage. 
There is always the possibility that any information 
the Russians pick up here—and their visitors often 
are technical experts—will be of competitive use 
to the Communist adversary. But there also is 
a great deal Americans can learn from their counter- 
parts in scientific knowledge, and, indeed, in 
certain industrial techniques. Obviously if such 
exchanges are to be meaningful there will have to 
be full reciprocity in access to persons and informa- 
tion. Beyond this, it has long been an American 
thesis that freer communications will ultimately 
break down the Iron Curtain and hermit state and 
dispel Soviet misconceptions. There is an oppor- 
tunity now to test the principle that free contact 
makes for greater understanding and that there 
dre bonds between peoples that override even 
ideologies. 


Degrading the Campaign 


It is an irony of the television age that a presi- 
dential candidate thinks he must exhaust himself 
shaking hands in department stores and cafeterias 
(a la Stevenson and Kefauver) to become better 
known to the people. The truth is that voters haye 
become so bored by endless and repetitious speeches 
that they have shown very little interest until the 
candidate has presented himself in person. But 
the candidates, and the dignity of the office they 
seek, cannot but be degraded by such exhibitions. 

It may be appropriate for a candidate for mayor 
to ring doorbells, but should a candidate for Presi- 
dent follow the same technique? For a small 
- advantage, the Democratic candidates have almost 
knocked themselves out in interminable forays in 
search of the grassroots. They have proved that 
they are supermen physically. But may they not 
be impairing their health in these enervating trials? 
Stfrely there must be some better way to conduct 
a presidential contest. There must be also a more 
dignified and intelligent way. What a commentary 
it would be on the primary system if one of the 
“aloof” candidates like Governor Harriman or Sen- 
ator Symington should end up with the nomination! 


Election Experience 


Considering the quality of service rendered by 
the District's Board of Elections in setting up the 
machinery for the recent primary, the community 
is looking forward to the Board's report on its 
experience. Chairman Newell W. Ellison, his col- 
Jeagues, Arnold Levy and West A. Hamilton, and 
their adviser, Sturgis Warner, are entitled to a 
hearty vote of thanks, and it is fitting that the 
District Commissioners have commended their 
efforts. They plowed new ground with resource- 
fulness and unlimited devotion to duty. Their 
comments on what is needed to improve the Dis- 
trict’s limited electoral system should carry much 
weight at the District Building and in Congress. 
' One of the changes most urgently needed in the 
primaries law is the authorization of slate voting. 
The multiplicity of names on the ballots—96 names 
on the Democratic ballot and 45 on the Republican 
confused voters and greatly complicated the 
counting. Voting would be both simpler and more 
meaningful if the names of the presidential candi- 
dates themselves were on the ballots and if votes 
—_ be cast for all. the delegates and alternates 

3 porting those candidates by one stroke of the 
_ pen. We hope the Board will also consider the 
advisability of having a register for independent 
voters who are not definitely affiliated with either 

. Voters so registered could be permitted 
to cast either Wee eager or Democratic ballots 
without —- 
across party lines. 


““The experience of the Board strongly — 


primaries to general voting 


that more time is needed between the closing of 
registration and the election. The two wecks allowed 
this year was not enough time for proper organiza- 
tion of the precincts. Because of its shortage of 
volunteer help the Board will also doubtless discuss 
the advisability of recruiting paid election judges. 
A full report on these and other problems raised 
by the May 1 primary may be expected to round 
out the good work of the Board. 


Confirmation Road 


_...With indorsement by a Senate Judiciary Sub- 
committee, Solicitor General Simon E. Sobeloff has 
passed one important milestone on the long, rough 
road to confirmation as a judge of the Fourth Circuit 
Court 6f Appeals. His nomination—originally sub- 
mitted to the Senate by President Eisenhower as 
long ago as last July—should be considered by the 
full Judiciary Committee within the next few days. 
We trust that body will promptly approve it and 
give the Senate a chance to vote on it. 

Mr. Sobeloff has borne with patience, dignity and 
grace a series of delays altogether unjustified 
by any evidence adduced against him. He. has 
responded with unfailing courtesy to makeweight 
charges and to petty hdrassment. It has by now 
become perfectly clear that the opposition to him 
from a few Southerners arises from the fact that 
he successfully argued the concluding phase of 
the school segregation cases before the Supreme 
Court.. The South, and indeed the Nation as a 
whole, has every reason to be grateful for the 
moderation and gradualism which he advocated 
respecting application of the Supreme Court's 
decree. : 

That the confirmation of a Solicitor General for 
a Federal judgeship should be challenged because 
he believes in the equal protection of the laws and 
regards a Supreme Court decision (a unanimous 
decision at that) as the law of the land reflects very 
little credit on the Senate. Indeed, the long delay 
in action on the nomination of this honorable and 
respected public servant is a perversion of the 
Senate's constitutional function to give advice and 
consent respecting appointments to Federal judge- 
ships. The Senate should now act—in justice to 
itself, as well as to Mr. Sobeloff and to the President 
of the United States. 


Down-to-Earth Travel 


In the face of the popular obsession with space 
ships and jet airliners, the railway train seems to 
be making a comeback. A down-to-earth travel 
trend is reflected both in the upsurge of railway 
passengers and in the launching of a fleet of new 
trains designed to give train rides more mass appeal. 
Typical of the new lightweight trains is the Xplorer 
(formerly Train X) of the New York Central, which 
begins passenger service on Sunday between Cleve- 
land and Cincinnati. Both the Central and the 
Pennsylvania railroads have been running the simi- 
lar Aerotrain on a test basis since January. The 
Rock Island now has a unit modeled on the Talgo~— 
the lightweight train built for the Spanish national 
railway in 1950. Other. new trains are making 
their debut, including the Santa Fe’s double-deck 
cars in which passengers sit upstairs. 

Central's newest model is symbolic of the eco- 
nomic change that has taken place in the. last 
century. The appeal of the Twentieth Century 
Limited, when it was proudly launched in 1902 
by the late William H. Vanderbilt, was frankly to 
class patronage. A ride on it carried prestige and 
required extra fare—and still does. But the 
Xplorer, like the new lightweight trains of other 
railroads, represents an effort to cut costs of train 
travel and is aimed at eventually providing lower 
fares that will stimulate mass patronage. 

There are skeptics who doubt the merits of the 
lightweight train just as there were skeptics when 
the Twentieth Century Limited undertook to run 
between New York and Chicago in 20 hours. Euro- 
pean newspapers declared this couldn’t be done, 
Now the run is made in 15 hours and 45 minutes. 
The new trains are experimental and will require 
further development. They do not now ride as 
smoothly as the heavier trains, but they have 
compensating features, such as picture windows, 
rolling food carts (in lieu of diners), gay interiors, 
ease of entry and ‘exit. The Xplorer, for example, 
is only two feet above the rails and has low steps— 
a point of great importance to this season's feminine 
travelers in sheath dresses. 


German Thanks 


Americans sometimes complain that other peo- 
ples “don’t appreciate what we do for them.” But 
the Federal Republic of Germany has just made 
a gesture of thanks for postwar aid that may have 
far-reaching results. It has established 60 new 
special scholarships for a year’s study in Germany 
open to American college graduates of this June. 
These include maintenance funds and round-trip 
transportation, and are for the 1956-57 academic 
year. They are being administered by the Institute 
of International Education. Unfortunately, because 
of their late announcement and a filing ddadline 
of June 1, there is some doubt that enough students 
will qualify to fill the quota. A knowledge of 
German is a prerequisite. 

» This project is a second step in the West German 
exchange program to express gratitude for the 
help of the American’ Government and people in 
German reconstruction. During the last few years 
the exchange program has sponsored one-month 
trips to Germany for about 100 American pro- 
fessional leaders to meet ‘with their German col- 
leagues. Projects of ‘this type can contribute 
greatly to the healing of war wounds and can 
carry their influence far into the future. 


Memeo to. Admiral Radford... 


Not long ago the shairmas, of the Joint Chiefs of 
Staff complained that the press was presenting a 
“picture of- confusion” to the world respecting 
American policy. Just how would Admiral Radford 
have the newspapers depict the events of the last 
few days, including the controversy in the Pentagon 
and the discordant voices on the Soviet arms cut? 

there a retoucher in the > ae 


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Bt. Louls Post-Dispatch 


Letters to the Editor 


Arabian Air Base 


Another agreement like the 
one the United States made 
with Saudi Arabia in 1951 as 
part of our negotiations to 
Jease the Dhahran Air Base 
could indeed be a costly one 

How our Government could 
have made an agreement like 
this without realizing its seri- 
ous repercussions is difficult 
to understand; or did they 
realize this but were willing 
to take the risk to protect our 
vil interests in the Near East? 

The protection of this com- 


“modity is of course important 


to us, but so are our obliga- 
tioms to Israel; they need our 
trust, friendship and good will 
and we should do everything 
in Our power to lessen the ten- 
sions between the Arab coun- 
tries and Israe]. This cannot 
be accomplished by sending 
military equipment to the 
Arabic countries. This would 
only increase the tensions 
which the United Nations and 
Mr. Hammarksjold, in partic- 
ular, have done such a spléen- 
did job to lessen. 

Before closing I should like 
to answer your question: “Does 
the renewal of the Dhahran 
Air Base warrant the pushing 
aside of pringiple?” No, it 
does not; the base, as you say, 
is an important one; so are our 
principles, principles which we 
would die for if need be to 
protect. BETTY KNIGHT. 

Rockville, Md. 


**4 Toot in Time” 


I suspect that my cause won't 
receive much support inas- 
much as it is contrary to both 
editorial and Bill Gold opinion. 
In opposition to your “A Toot 
in Time” editorial of May 16, 
my cause is “Use the brakes 
instead of the horn.” The argu- 
ments follow: 

l. Sounding a horn alarms 
everyone in the vicinity, there- 
by distracting attention from 
where it is needed to avoid 
further dangers. | am sure 
there are many cases where a 
blast by one hell-bent driver 
bas caused a cascade of colli- 
sions. 

2. Safe:y is enhanced if one 
is prepared to stop in case the 
obstacle remains in one's path, 
rather than depending on the 
horn to blow it out of the way. 
Some insight can be gained 
here by noticing how carefully 
a fellow drives when he realizes 
his liability insurance has 
lapsed. 

3. Frequent use of the horn 
is like the fable of the shepherd 
bey who erjed, “Wolf” just for 
fun, and then found his cries 
had no meaning when the wolf 
really attacked his sheep. 

4. The most frequent reac- 
tions to the sounding of a horn 
are something like “Your horn 
works, try your lights,” or as 
seen on the rear of one car “U 
blow, I no go: U no blow, I go.” 
In other words, the chief ac- 
complishment of horn blowing 
is defiance and hence more dan- 
ger. Perhajfs in the not too dis- 
tant future the audible auto 
horn will be replaced by an 
ultrasonic signal which will be 
instrumental in the automatic 
guidance of vehicles to avoid 
obstacles. For some time to 
come, however, 
horn blurts “Get out of my 
way” it will encounter consider- 
able psychological, if not mate- 
rial opposition. 

5. The cacophony of btastins 
in our cities must cause foreign 
visitors to believe we are a con- 
genitally rude people. I realize 
this argument won't convince 
many because pride in our 
country means little to most in- 
dividuals compared to. their 
personal convenience (witness 
the litterbugs)..- -eourse;, I 


would be mighty embarrassed 


if it were proved that most 
horn blowing offenses were at- 
tributable to drivers’ with dip- 
lomatic immunity! ‘I do know, 
however, that London, in ac- 
cc ga 
ness, re ree 
tom horn blowing. Also 
be noted that some ee ane 
have a seempened horn button 


whenever a- 


that is less accessible than our 
horn ring. 

One possible solution for this 
difficulty, and one that would, 
I think, solve the enforcement 
problem is to incorporate on 
all cars an arrangement where- 
by it is impossible to actuate 
the horn unless the brakes are 
also operated. By utilizing the 
brake light switch in series 
with the aorn button, it would 
be necessary to both slow down 
as well as tap the horn ring 
before scaring everybody half 
to death. If some solution of 
this nature cannot be found, 
then I suggest we go all-out and 
issue every pedestrian a horn, 
perhaps a pair to protrude from 
the forehead! 

M. S. THOMPSON. 

Washington. 


Gift From Holland 


The enthusiastic approval of 
the promoters of the Taft Me- 
morial in the form of a carillon 
and bell tower is an indication 
worthy of one of our outstand- 
ing statesmen. But it is also an 
indication of an eversight on 
our part in failing to properly 
house, place, and utilize the 
fine carillon which was present- 
ed to this Nation two years ago 
by the people of Holland. The 
bells are a gift of thanksgiving 
from the entire Netherlands 
population, from the lowest to 
the highest, from the rich and 
from the poor—the bells are 
their way of saying “Thank 
you, America, for your help 
during, and after, World 
War II.” 

Why are we planning a mag- 
nificent carillon and bell tower 
now, when we have not yet 
housed the bells from our 
friends across the ocean, the 
Netherlanders? How careless 
and thoughtless can we Amer- 
icans get to be? 

JULIA H,. DUNCAN, 

Arlington, Va. 


Child Guidance 


liazel Thomas, discussing 
the Billy Prevatte case in her 
letter of May 21, has pointed 
out the need for an adequate 
staff of child-guidance ex- 
perts in the school system. 
The D. C. Mental Mygiene 
Clinic is set up to deal with 
the problem of disturbed chil- 
dren. but it takes almost a year 
before time is available for the 
treatment of these children. 

It is my understanding thet 
the District Commissioners 
are not going to recommend 
any budget increase for the 
clinic for the coming fiscal 
year. Anyone who believes 
that improved facilities might 
make the D. C. Mental H¥giene 
Clinic more effective in deal- 
ing with the emotionally ill 
should make his views clear to 
the District Commissioners, 

STUART B. KAISER. + 

Washington. 


Booker T. Washington 


This year marks the 100th 
year of the birth of Booker T. 
Washington. In recognition of 
this event the Government au- 
thorized and issued 14 million 
3-cent postage stamps April 5. 
The House and Senate passed 
a bill sponsored by Congress- 
man Engle -of California and 
signed by President Eisenhow- 
er passing title of the planta- 
tion in Franklin County, Va., 
where Booker T. Washington 
was born April 5, 1856, to the 
Federal Government to be 
maintained as a. national 
shrine. 

Surely he was a great Amer- 
ican, and his achievement 
should shine as a beacon to 
the oppressed that America is 
a land of opportunity and free- 
dom for all. 

EARL HOWARD, 


Washington. 


Mental Health Center 


Two editorials and several 
letters have appeared in your 
column since Billy Prevatte 
went on his rampage, killing 
one teacher and wounding two 
others. The thought has been 
expressed that Prince Georges 
County should “bestir itself and 
begin to provide the facilities to 
aid children with difficult. prob- 
lems both before and after they 
get into trouble.” 

We would like you to know 
that during the past year signif- 
icant steps have been taken in 
this direction, and there is a 
growing awareness in the coun- 
ty of the great need that still 
exists. 

In September, 1955, the Coun- 
ty Mental Health Clinic opened 
on a one-day-a-week basis at 
the First Methodist Church in 
Hyattsville. The church has 
very kindly allowed the clinic 
to use the space without pay- 
ment. Funds are provided by 
the State Department of Health, 
and the operation is under the 
direction of. Dr. Thomas S. 
Englar, health officer. This is 
in addition to the Mental Health 
Study Center at College Park, 
which is operated by the Na 
tional Institutes of Health and 
divides its “time between re- 
search and clinical services. 

In March, 1955, the Prince 
Georges County Mental Health 
Society was formed. Our goals 
are to find ways and means to 
provide the diagnostic and 
therapeutic services necessary 
for people with emotional prob- 
lems, help all people to under- 
stand the importance of mental 
health, and to cooperate with 
other groups whose work is 
concerned with mental health 
in the community. 

- We. are currently conducting 
a campaign to raise $6000, which 
would provide a second day 
of clinic services. The drive has 


beer 34 of our . s0- 


ciety recently appeared byfore 
the County Commissioners to 
request the expansion of the 
clinic's services, and the Com- 
missioners officially committed 
themselves to finance another 
day. It should be noted that 
this is the first appropriation for 
mental health ever made by the 
Prince Georges County govern- 
ment. 

Acting upon information from 
the State Department of Health 
that. a great increase in funds 
will be coming into the eounty 
under the new Case formula, 
the Mental Health Society has 
now asked the County Health 
Department to use some of this 
increase to bring the clinic up 
to full time. 

According to minimum stand- 
ards there should be one full- 
time clinic for every 100,000 
population. We have about 3% 


. days of clinic service; we should 


have at least 15. The Board of 
Education alone reported 250 
children with some type of 
emotional disorder who were 
unable to obtain help last year. 
Five hundred boys and girls ap- 
peared in Juvenile Court from 
September, 1954, to September, 
1955. Many undoubtedly could 


‘have benefited from the serv- 


ices of trained clinic personne!. 
Social service agencies as well 
as private physicians have also 
issued data on the urgent need 
for more clinical service. 

The -Mental Health Society 
will continue to work toward 
accomplishment of our stated 
goals. We welcome the support 
of interested citizens. At our 
next meeting on May 28 at 8:30 
p. m., at the Hyattsville Meth- 
odist Church, Dr. Henry 


County Mental Health Clinic, 
will discuss the development of 
the adolescent criminal person- 
ality, its recognition and the 
reventive role LB the Mental 
ealth Clinic. The public is 


THEODORE MIAZGA 


Prince Georges County 
Society 
a "Aen al aac 
OF 


invited to attend. 


| Se-. 
. gai, director of the Montgomery 


It We Didn’t Have 
Our Party Melees... 


By Malvina Lindsay 


MR. STELLAR the indefatigable idealist 


 Jooked glum. 


“How come you're not starry-eyed to- 
day?” asked Mr. Hardpann, the self-vaunted 
realist. 

“I'm thinking of Au- aed 
gust when we'll have to 4 
go through it all again.” 

“GO through what?” 

“Those party jam- 
borees—all that march- 
ing, singing, clowning, 
brawling, and with more 
of the world than ever 
looking or listening. And 
four years ago we were 
swearing ‘Never again!” 

“How naive can you get, Stellar? Nothing 
improves our relations with the rest of the 
world so much as those party shindigs. 
Our behavior at them makes other peoples 
feel superior and even kindly toward us. 
They think ‘Oh, those fool Americans!” 

“You'd have us behave like primitives 
just to please the world——” 

“Be r@alistic, Stellar. You know we're 
crazy about those blow-outs ourselves. The 
television networks have been getting ready 
for them for two years——” 

“Yes, while the Gaza strip simmers, 
North Africa boils, Cyprus erupts.” 

“You must face one big fact of life, Stel- 
lar—human nature is human nature!” 

“Please, Hardpann——” 

“Now, wait! The television people say 
120 million Americans will be glued to 
their TV or radio sets for two weeks solid.” 

ow 

“HOW NAIVE can you get, Hardpann? 
Raven't you noticed how bored everybody 
is with the campaign this year? Don't you 
see what lean pickings the political fight 
promoters are having? The politicians 
need a new act. You know”—Mr. Stellar 
suddenly became starryeyed—"“I really be- 
lieve Americans want more mature _poli- 
tics!” 

Mr. Hardpann looked at him suspiciously. 
“You do too much reading, Stellar.” 

“I do enough to know world affairs won't 
stand still while this country takes a vaca- 
tion from them for the next five months. 
Oh, I admit we must have conventions and 
campaigns, but we dori't need to make them 
super-colossal productions. Our conven- 
tions this year will draw as big a world 
press as the Kelly-Rainier wedding.” 

“Stellar, you must face this fact—people 
will be people.” 

Mr. Stellar winced. “They should grow 
into citizens eventually,” he declared. “Be- 
sides, more is expected of us than of other 
people. Our Constitution is the oldest 
written set of political principles followed 
by any nation now existing. We call oure 
selves the leaders of the free, democratie 
world. We should set an example in our 
political life.” 

“Now, Stellar, look at this thing practi- 
cally. Politics has very little to do with it. 
The American people have gone for four 
years without any sort of national clam- 
bake. Do you know what would happen if 
they didn’t have their convention and cam- 
paign hullabaloo? They'd stir up a lot more 
mischief on a local scale.” 


Lindsay 


cw 

“YOU SOUND like a nineteenth century 
tycoon arguing for the 12-hour day.” 

“I'm just giving you some sound psy- 
chology. Now, why do dictators provide 
circuses as well as bread?” 

“Why should we ape dictators?” 

“Why should we let them monopolize a 
sound technique for preventing brush-fire 
hell raising?” 

“Hardpann, you're insulting the great 
American people! You're encouraging con- 
flict at a time when Americans should be 
united.” 

“Stellar, there'd be a lot more conflict 
this year in the home, the office, the club, 
everywhere, if people didn’t get a chance 
to blow off steam at party conventions and 
in political fights.” 

“How do you get that?” 

“These political frays give a lot of mad 
people a chance to get their madness out 
of their systems. I mean those persons 
who are always spoiling for a fight, look- 
ing for an argument, who carry chips on 
their shoulders——” 

“Let ‘em go to ball games and baw! out 
the umpire.” 

“No, they'll bawl out you or me, or their 
families, friends, neighbors, their school 
teachers, their officials—and on an install- 
ment basis. I say, let’s hold riproaring 
conventions, put more heat into the cam- 
paign, and give them a chance to channel 
all their asperity against Adlai, Estes, Ave, 
Stu, Harry, Ike, Dick, or against Democrats 
or. Republicans en masse,” 

“But I was thinking of starting a move- 
ment to make conventions and campaigns 
more civilized——” | 

“Don't! Start one to. make ‘em more 
primitive.” 


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Veil of M isunderstanding Deplored 


President Eisenhower gave 
one of his rare one-syllable 
answers during his press con- 
ference this past week. Usu- 
ally he ig 
more outgiv- 
ing; usually he 
amplifies and 
it is his am- 
plifications 
which contrib- 
ute so much 
to the insight 
whichthe 
White House 
press confer- 
ence yields. 

But this 
time the very brevity of the 
President's reply was reveal- 
ing. It was a one-word answer 
to a 42-word question. The 
authorized transcript records 
it as follows: 

“Question: Mr. President, 
former Sen. (Harry P.) Cain 
said recently that he had been 
trying, unsuccessfully, to get 
directly to you his views 
about the Government security 
program. And | am instructed 
to ask if Sen. Cain can see you 
if he wants an appointment?” 

“The President: Yes.” 

Behind this unusual instance 
of a White House reporter 
asking whether an official of 
the Eisenhower Administra- 
tion could have an appoint- 
ment with the President is a 
very human, a very under- 
standable and a very regret- 
table story. 


cos 


THE PRESIDENT said yes— 
Sen. Cain could see him if he 
wanted an appointment It 
was an. affirmative answer, a 
carefully courteous answer, 
but every correspondent knew 


- a ee = 


Washington 


Carrying Coals to Johnstown 


PROBABLY, the most irri- 
tating of all the impositions 
inflicted upon members of 
Congress is the demand of 
school chil- © 
dren for help 
with their 


h o me work. 
The kids have $ 
grown so bra- 
zen they write 
letters com- 
manding their 
Senators and 
Repres e nt a- 
tives to aid 
them with 
their term pa- 
pers, entrance exams, 
ects, etc. 

A short time ago Rep. John 
P. Saylor of Pennsylvania re- 
ceived a demand from a high 
school student in his home 
city ef Johnstown. The lad, 
Oily beyond his years, said he 
had to do a composition on 
the coal industry and that he 
knew of no One more an au- 


Dixon 
pro}- 


thority on the subject than 
his Congressman. 
The fiattery didnt work 


upon’ Rep. Saylor nearly as 
much as did the knowledge 
that the boy's father enjoys 
the franchise and can always 
be counted upon to vote the 


straight Republican ticket if 
kept in amiable humor. So 
the lawmaker put aside a 


mountain of legislative work 
and handwrote a two-and-a- 
half-page composition on the 
eal business. 


bea h ’ 
Lae : + 
. 


: President and Cain ° e ; By Roscoe eieininsd 


that it was not an enthusiastic mented, respected advocacy 


or even a very cordial yes. has been indispensable to 
Here is a life-long Republi- much of the progress that has 
can, a former Senator from been made. 


the State of Washington, an 
Eisenhower appointee to the 
Subversive Activities Control 
Board where he has rendered 
able service for several years. 

Sen. Cain knows what real 
Communist subversion is, how 
the real Communists work, 
how they try to penetrate and 
disguise their penetration. He 


Sen Cain is 
about weakening the program. 
He seeks changes which will 
strengthen the 
guaranteeing fuller and quick- 
er justice to everyone affected 
by it. 


tion of witnesses, (2) greater 


: 7 _"., speed in reaching decisions, 
od Brea Hd them; he isnt employes being at present 
"Thi "| why it is so regret. Kept dangling sometimes 8 to 

vibes y 8 14° months with the most 


table to see a veil of miasmic 
misunderstanding, bordering 
on hostility, let down between 
Sen. Cain and the President. 
Obviously Sen. Cain has an- 
noyed some officials of the Ad- 
ministration because he has 


grievous charges hanging over 


curity-questioned employes to 
non-sensitive jobs until a de- 
cision is reached, (4) greater 
specification of charges to 
preserve due process of law, 


become the most articulate. 

the most widely heard, the a 4 . ae om slat * 

most effective advocate of the Attorney senera:s Sst o 

chanues in the’ emaleve 6e- so-called subversive organiza- 
Be: pioye S€- tions as a means of testing 


curity program. There were 
some in the «Administration 
who simply didn't want. the 
shortcomings, the injustices 
and the unfairnesses of the 
program brought sharply to 
the fore. They didn’t actually 


loyalty and security. 

In the concrete cases of mis- 
carriage of justice which he 
has publicized—and nearly all 
of which have 


been proved right again and 


deny that there were short- 

comings, that a number of 484/n. 

bad mistakes had been made, Sen. Cain has, I think, been 
but they preferred not to a faithful, loyal, intelligent, 


worthy ally of exactly the way 
President Eisenhower would 
like to, see his security program 
conducted. I am eonvinced 
that if the President lends an 


have them mentioned above 
a whisper on the ground that 
in due time everything would 
be ironed out 
cos 
THE TRUTH is that needed 
corrections in the employe 


meat ure ellen —— which Have been said to him— | 
are important reforms which ““¢ interview will usefully | 
still need to be made and it is '®4! away the misunderstand- 
my considered judgment that *"S- 
Sen. Cain's earnest, able, docu- Coe ee ee, Yorn 
™ 
, . 
OCeNe .  « e By George Dixon 
The following week Rep. lican State Committee, was in 
Saylor was back in Johns- our midst recently. During | 
town, doing a spot of elec- her sojourn she had numerous 
tioneering, and ran into a high political conferences with 
school principal. . The edu- Miss Bertha Adkins, assistant 
cator said: to GOP National Chairman 
“One of my students has Leonard Hall. 
just written a composition The “girls”. got chummy, 
that I think has merit. I and Miss Adkins confided to 
wish you would have it in- Miss Todd a secret out of her 
serted in the Congressional past 


Record as a sample of how the 
youth of the United: States 
are thinking.” 

Rep. Saylor read the essay. 


The head GOP lady pro- 
duced a presidential campaign 
button of the late William 
Howard Taft 


It was his own work, not ; “i 
changed by as much as a My . goodness,” exclaimed 
comma Miss Todd, staring at the 
“How did you rate this?” 4ntique. “Where did you get 
he asked that?’ - 
‘l gave it an ‘A’,” replied From my stomach,” she 
we 9 cage a ge Dicken Rothe told Jane she had 
~ lad you gave me pass- wa Ww vane & 
wok. ana Ant A / been given the Taft button 


ing marks,” snitched the Con- 


to play with while she was 


ee in her cradle, and had swal- 
WHEN GEN. OMAR Brad- lowed it. She said it had 
ley retired as chairman of been recovered, and had been 
the Joint Chiefs of Staff he a cherished possession ever 
was given a testimonial wrist since. 
watch by the high Pentagon Miss Todd returned to Man- 
brass. The gift is now caus- hattan, but decided the se- 
ing him untold embarrass- cret was too valuable to the 
ment Republican Party to keep. 


Because of the sentimental “Miss Adkins told me,” she 


attachment he insists upon confided, “that, from the mo- 
wearing it but he tries to ment she swallowed the but- 
keep it concealed up his’ ton she has been a Repub- 
sleeve lican 

You see, the gallant former “I think we should experi- | 
warrior has become an ex- ment and see if we can make 
ecutive of a rival watch com- Republicans out of Demo- 


crats in 1956 by feeding them 
campaign buttons.” 


Copvright. 1956. King Features 
Syndicate. Inc 


pany. 


MISS Jane Todd, vice chair- 
man of the New York Repub- 


These Days 


Red China and the U. N... 


WHEN THE State Depart- 
ment sent the names of Paul 
Hoffman and Dean Rusk to 
the Republican leadership in 
the Senate, it —— 

did something 
profane in the 
sense that it” 
violated Re-~ 
publican 
promises to 
the electorate 
in the 1952 
campaign that 
Red China 
would notbe 
recognized by 
the United 


Sokolsky 


States. The Republicans had 
bitterly and even cruelly at- 
tacked President Harry Tru- 
man and Secretary of State 
Dean Acheson for their pro- 
Red China machinations, giv- 


in the country to believe that 
the “Jlemocrats were a party 
of treason. 

But the’cold fact is that 
Truman and Acheson did not 
recognize Red China nor did 
Red China get into the United 
Nations. It is no secret in in- 
ternational circles nor among 
U.N, delegates who make their 
headquarters in New York 
that the 1956 meeting of the 
United Nations General As- 
sembly was postponed from | 
September until after the 
presidential election for the 
convenience of the Eisenhow- 
er Administration, so that the 
United Nations General As- 


=- 


In Congress 
TODAY 


Senate 
RR recess unti] 10 a. m. Mondar 
tees: None 
House 
jr recess until noon Monday. 
tees: None. 


YESTERDAY 


Senate 


aed atid t to tonference $556.-' 
; , +s tions di) ns | 


i 
te and Justice be 
Ty and United tes 


y. 
on oy to stiffen penal-. 
to provide sup- | 


ar acne ee Su 


. n@ a ° 
an at until 10 &. m. Mon- 


re Reuse 
Ta adjournment until noon Monday. 


o—----- --— ——— a» 


© e e« « e+ By George Sokolsky : 


status to express their views 
on a public question or about 
public personalities or fellow 
citizens? 

The objection to Dean Rusk 


sembly would not be an em- 
barrassment during the presi- 
dential campaign. And the 
most embarrassing subject is, 
of course, the seating of Red 


China, which could change js that he was Deputy Under 
the votes of many Americans Secretary of State and at one 
if it occurred before the No- time Assistant Secretary for 
vember presidential election. far Fastern Affairs under 
THE PROPOSED appoint- Dean Acheson and was, in a 
‘Pp measure, responsible for the 
ment of Paul Hoffman and i olipies which the Republicans 
Dean Rusk to the American criticized P 
delegation to the United Na- ‘ ote 
But behind all this is the 


tions is bound to give the im- 
pression that the China prob- belief that sometime ago, the 


lem was a factor in these ap- State Department secretly 
pointments. Paul Hoffman is @sreed that Red China would 
chairman of the Fund for the %¢ admitted to the United Na- 
Republic. According to the tions by 1957 and that the 
Daily Worker of May 16, Paul Stage.is being set for this 
Hoffman compared Ameri- event. 1@ is believed by Re- 
cans who are fighting Com- publicans that the Adminis- 
munists to “a new form of ‘tration will not veto such a 
Ku Klux Klanism — by which Proposal but either will ab- 
a group of Americans having *%*4!” from voting or will go 
no judicial status whatsoever @!ong with the _ majority. 
can set itself up to pass judg- A™Mong those who hold these 
ment on the loyalties of their Views, it is accepted that the 
fellow citizens.” Since when Administration is 


ted into the United Nations 


'Red. China and Formosa, a 
| concept worked out by the 
British and unacceptable fun- 


Music Plagarism 


Suit Dismissed 


and Chiang Kai-shek. 
It will not be long before the 
A Government of the United 


Federal Judge F. Dickinson 
Letts yesterday threw out 


not ‘talking 
program by | ° 


He advocates (1) confronta- - 


them, (3) the shifting of se- | 


subsequently | 
been corrected—Sen. Cain has | 


Union Rivals Riot: 


‘cation 


services, 


By Lichty 


—_—_—— 


| 


— 


“I DO follow your safety rule and keep 4 lengths behind 
the car ahead. Smedley...But 4 cars always manage | uitay of $24 billion plus $37 
| to squeeze into that space! ..." | ‘ 


Mrs. Meyer Urges Stand 
On Individual Rights 


open mind to the appointment | 
with Sen. Cain—putting aside | 
some of the prejudiced things 


Agnes 
urged social 


come bold statesmen and fas 
ion a modern-day Bill of Rights 
‘to halt the current infringe- bold thinking and action, that 
‘ment on individual freedom, 
| Mrs. 


the wife 
chairman 


Meyer, 
Eugene Meyer, 


By Eve Edstrom 
BSiaf Reporter 
E. Meyer yesterday'Meyer observed, will mean so- 
workers to be-'cial work schools and organiza- fateful decision to attack us 
». tions must “assume a heavy re-| 
sponsibility, even a dangerous 
one given the fear of change, of 


of 
of 


the board of The Washington 


Post Co 


emphasized that peo- 


ple will get around the law of 


the land unless’ individual 
rights gain a more general ac- 
ceptance. 

Ir speaking to the closing 


session of the National Confer- 


Work 
that 


ence of Social 
Leuis. she observed 


in St. 
the 


democratic right of public edu- 


is enshrined’ in 


state constitution. 


every 


“Yet the public school] system 


‘is now threatened with destruc- 


tion in several Southern states 


who. oppose the 


Supreme 


Court's decision on desegrega- 


tion.” she said 


“Our own Federal! 


Govern- 


ment has led the way in ignor- 
ing our American ideals of jus- 
tice, legal procedures ahd de- 
cent regard for human rights 


in its flagrant security 


gram.” 


pro- 


Therefore, Mrs. Meyer insist- 


ed, social 


work organizations 


‘should consider drawing up “an 


additional Bill 


of Rights to 


‘dramatize the newly acquired 
rights of every American in our 


modern society.” 
Basic Rights 
Each American, 


she contin- 


ued, should be assured of equal 


protection of the law, 


equal 
right to the franchise and eco 


nomic security, particularly for 


dependent children, the dis- 
‘abled, the unemployed and the 
aged. 


Other basic rights, Mrs. Mey- 
er said, are those guarantecing 
public education, public health 


including preventive 
}and curative medical care, em- 
\ployment regardless of race, 
class or creed, and the equality 


of opportunity for adequate 


housing. 


To draw up such a bill, Mrs. 


——-. 


General Motors 


10 Are Injured 


FLINT, Mich., May 25 *—At 
least 10 persons were hospital- 
ized today in a pitched battle 
between opposing union groups 
sat the General Motors 
plant in nearby Grand 


Body 


Blanc. 


i 


bowing to. 
do Americans require judicial Pressure from Great Britain. = 
RED CHINA will be admit- |.“ 


'on the theory of two Chinas, 5 


damentally to both Red China < 


damage suit filed by a Wash- States, on the theory that the 


charging United game -is up and the Soviet 
world has won all the victories 
and that there is no use buck- 
ing the tide, will recognize 
Red China. Unfortunately, 


ington man 
Artists Corp. with music plag- 
arism in connection with the 
motion picture Moulin Rouge. 


Judge Letts ruled that the this concept of the. solution of | 4 


of the China problem makes a 
1227 Shepherd st. nw., who a pee or hoes Pag. ger, 
claimed the music from his  eratic plot to appease either 
song, “London Bells Will Ring Great Britain or Soviet Rus- 


Again” was used in the picture | sia. It really would be an 


plaintiff, Sydney Hirshon, 


' 


; 


= 


sang “There Is My Heart,” had, Alicein- Wonderland situation 
assigned his rights to a song Republicans for being soft on 
publisher. communism, 

The suit had asked the court, _ 
to determine damages _ esti- 
mated by Hirshon at $2 million.!: 
Attorney William B. Wolf Jr., 
for the corporation, said the 
music in the picture was writ- 
ten by a French composer. Yes- 
terday's action was a denial for 
a rehearing of a case disposed 
of by the court in favor of the 


Copyright. 1956. King Features 


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coporation earlier this month. 


’ 
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{ 


More than 200 men wielding 
chains, pipes and baseball bats 
engaged in a knockdown fight. 
,It started inside the plant and 
into the em. 


spilled outside 
ploye parking lot. 


| Genesee County Sheriff Don 
'H. Carmichael put out an emer- 
gency call to state police. They 
/rushed troopers with riot guns 
) the 
‘sheriff reported the trouble was 
over by the time officers ar- 
‘rived. Police were standing by 
to guard against further out. 


to the scene. However. 


breaks. 


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now pervades our country. 


“But in a confused epoch 


such as ours,” she added, “it 
seems to me,the supreme task! 
of social workerfs is not to share’ 
its confusion.” 


In fact, Mrs. Meyer observed, 


besd sense of the term.” By that, : 
she meant they should be in the at a hearing. 
forefront 
ficial social welfare legislation the 
and candidates who can be re-) free up to $800,000 to help buiid 
lied upon 
progress. 


Interest in Politics 


in supporting bene-| 


to fight for social 


' 


“To anyone like myself who 


has lived so long in Washing- for the Aged have asked for 
ton,” 


she said. “I see far more 


ope for the future of our 


h 
country in trying to make the employing the disabled at 1218) 


social 
minded than in trying to make the Home would build a. 200-| 
the politicians socially minded.” beed 


workers politically 


But Mrs. Meyer declared so- 


cial workers must shed special- Georges County, Md. The ap- 
ization if they are to produce plications will be heard at 1:30 
genuine leaders. Specialization p. m. Tuesday in the office of 
is the reason why nobody is Dr. Daniel L. Seckinger, Dis 
responsible for the family as trict Health Department direc-| 
a unit, she said. 


What social work really 


needs, Mrs. Meyer said, is the 
equivalent of the Agriculture 
Department's county agent, a 
person 
folks 

knowledge in their fields. 


whom grass-roots 
turn for the best. 


1o 
can 
work must be 


While social 


coordinated at the grass-roots oe 
level, it also needs intelligent MacMillan warned British labor 
guidance 
state levels, 
She suggested the Secretary of 
Health, Education and Welfare 
appoint a 
Council to work with similarly 4 drive by the government to) 
constituted local councils. | 


Federal and 
Meyer said. 


from 
Mrs. 


Citizens Advisory 


Mrs. Meyer further explored 


the need for social work schools is eating up both imports and 
to establish sound research de- domestic 
partments with the aim of bet-|down exports. Rising prices, he 
tering 
through the application of sci- products may “be priced out of 
entific knowledge. 


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U. S. Couldn’t Halt Attack, Senate Told 


He said he would abandon the 
‘practice of submitting written 
questions to witnesses as a re- 


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THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERALD . 
‘- Saturday, May 26, 1956 


whi 


Tae 


DEFENSE—From P. I 
prepared to accept severe dam- 


ages within this country,” Par- 
tridge warned. 
| Should an assault be 
) ; ‘launched, h id, it probabl 
sult of the incident. Partridge) .ouiq be Bias “very laree 
‘ill return for verbal question- | scale,” involving “hundreds” of 
ing in open session next week.| bombers and aimed at catching 
The $61-billion figvre would |“ by surprise. Prime targets 
ide 6 “nintteuse effective (re 170 metropolitan areas, that 
ever | Y* ‘include 55 per cent of the popu- 
defense” against manned 4air-|jation and 75 per cent of indus- 
craft, ue said. It would not pro-jtry, plus Strategic Air Com- 
ide 1 cefense against the tn-|mand bases and atomic plants. 
ercontinental ballistics missile|fForty per cent of the United 
ICBM) when developed, and | States population and 60 per 


does not include expenditures|\cent of industry are concen-. 
by the Army for ground-to-air trated in 50 targets, Partridge’ 


antiaircraft defense, by the!went on. 
’-vy for such things as picket | , a 
ships, or for installations out- ode Re geen Alga 


side tle continental United ’ 
. ; . the group behind closed doors 
States for such things ar the'., what he said yesterday in 


Distant Early Warning Line. \public. Many of the facts had 
“Big Costs” Lie Ahead 

The plan called for outlays 
averaging $4 billion a year be- 
tween 1951 and 1965, but noth- 


fore, but this was the first time 
the whole sobering picture has 
been given to the public by a 
responsible official. Here are 
some of the things Partridge 
said. 
sis ike ®“At the moment” Russian 
billions aa) operating costs has air defense fighters are “slight- 
been provided in the defense ly superior” to the United 
budgets in the past five years. States F86s. F-89s and F-94s 
“Very little of this has been "Ow in Air Defense Command 
spent,” said Partridge. “The big Squadrons. When the _ super- 
costs lie ahead.” sonic “century series” of F-102s. 
An effective defense against|F-101Bs, and F-104s_ replace 
air attack may well deter an'them, the United States prob. 
enemy from making one, Par- ably will forge ahead. though 
tridge said. But he made it Russia may have new planes 
plain that it could not be air-,coming along also. 
tight ®Current Russian jet en- 
“If the enemy does make the gines have greater thrust than 
United States engines, The 


ing like the proposed capital 


‘ through the air, we must be 


been reported or hinted at be- 


veo" 


United States in 1951 hada 
J-53 engine of equal power m- 
der development, but Partf@ige 
‘did not know why its develop- 
ment was stopped. A 

®*Present United States 
radar “is not as effective at 
altitude as we would like, 
have it.” Plans call for g 
improving it. Russia's radar is 
on a par with ours. 

® American F-89s, F-86s. and 
F-94s cannot reach the altitude 
at which the Russian Bison— 
counterpart of our B47 flies 
The F-102, now beginning to 
come into service, and the F- 
101B and F-104, coming dleng 
later, will have the speed. and 
altitude to cope with the n 
dium-range Bison and othe 
Red bombers. It would be pos 
sible to step up production of 
those fighters. 

® The Air Defense Command 
is short of air crews, having 
only one crew per plane, 
stead of the desired ratio 
14. This reduces the nuniter 
of planes which can be kept.ea 
immediate alert. A shortage of 
mechanics also weakens thé 
Command's readiness. Ae 

* There is a shortage of air 
defense bases, hangar space 
and facilities. Fire contfol 
equipment is “less dependable 
than it should be.” Air defense 
bases are not in proper posh 
tion to fully protect SAC bases 

®* The “Sage” system .dor 
handling radar and other warn 
ing data and fighter intercep- 
tion is “some years” away 
from being fully operational, 
though some parts will start 
functioning soon. . 


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The District Hill-Burton Ad-| 
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country lies in social eer Public Health Service after no- | 4 

becomin “politicians in the ’ “= 
aes PS , body turned up to protest it! df 


If approved by the service, 
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Both Good Will Industries 
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Danger to Britain 
LONDON, May 25 —Chan-| 
cellor of the Exchequer Harold | 


today that demands for higher} 

wages could mean “disaster” 

for Britain. | 
MacMillan’s speech indicated 


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He said internal consumption | 


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said, mean that British export! 


the market by our own folly.” | 


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Buildings 


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Senate Unit Restores 
House Cuts in Funds 
For Federal Agencies 


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“WOMEN’S NEWS 
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SATURDAY, 


MAY 26, 


1956 


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East Front, Start. 
New Office Building 


The House Appropriations 
coven e™ Committee yesterday voted 
A major cut of $159,562,000 $22 million to start construc-| 
was = in — ge b> tion of a third House office 
the ouse for the Govern-')..«.4:; 
ment’'s contribution to the Civil building and extend the east 
Service retirement system but front of the Capitol. 
the Committee figure of $440,-' The funds were included in 
423.000 is $145.483,000 above the on $88.9 million bill to run the 
amount recommended by the Capitcl and pay expenses of 
President. the House next year. The Sen- 
The Committee said its figure| ate will add its own expense) 
would pay the Government’s|funds when it takes up the! 
share of “normal” CSR costs’ bill. | 
during the 1957 fiscal year.! The Committee allowed the 
CSC said it would require $843 full $10 million requested to 
million to pay “normal costs start the new $64-million House 
plus interest” in fiscal 1957. — | office building. Part of the ap- 
propriation would start the 

CIVIL SERVICE COMMIS. TT. ’ 
SION was allowed the full $18.5 million job of remodeling 


the present two office buildings 
budget estimate of $186,200 to| fren’ sroom to 3room office 
operate its Government em-) 


ploye group life insurance; an suites, and building a new 


House restaurant. 
additional $250,000 for salaries 
and $75.000 more to investigate The funds requested for the 


y- project to push the east front. 
American citizens for employ- of the Capitol about 35 feet. 
ment by international organiza- 


tions Committee has restored 
operating funds for a score of 
independent Federal agencies! 
which would enable them to’ 
hire several thousand new 


iresolv 


lems 


Flood Problems. 
Urgent in D.C., 
Engineer Says 


> 


Col. Adams Warns 
River Commission 
Of Necessity for 


It’s June Week 


Graduation 
Starts Today 
At Annapolis 


By Tony Gieske 


Upstream Storage 
By Aubrey Graves 
Stafl Reporter 


MARTINSBURG, W. Va.., 
May 25—District Engineer 
Col. Ray Adams declared to- 


day there is “an element of Leebeenay.~ 
urgency” in several un- June Week begins ew at 
ed flood control prob- - U. at song "eee ae 
in the metropolitan, *"™4P0"%s wi ® / 
D.C from a Washington school, @ 
jv. i Shee. new tradition for the faculty, 
He issued this warning at the and old memories for an Ad- 
spring meeting here of the In- miral. é 
'terstate Commission on the BF ra gy gp scott 
|Potomac River Basin. . Mount Vernon Junior College 
Adams. declared reservoir here but “Bev” to the Navy 
jstorage in oe R ane aan UP man she'll marry next Satur 
+ aoa from Was 2 ge Ay ina day—was named as the 80th 
[eee See Color Girl after her fiancee, 
‘future of our Capital City and Robert Salisbury Cecil had his 
its environs. | llth company chosen as the 
The engineer also warned Host of the 24 at the Academy. 
that valuable waterfront Prop- ‘The 681 members of 116th 
erty in the tidal reach of the -aquating class at the Acad 
‘Washington area is now insuf- ey will be the first to see 
ficiently protected. This area 4 colorful academic procession 


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tions east was trimmed $4 million to 
ons. 


$12 million. The committee ex- 
FEDERAL POWER was given pressed no opposition to the 
an increase of $50,000 and the 


sustained damages of $841,000 of the faculty, as the instrue 
\during a 1942 flood. A floed of tors proceed clad in the distine- 
ithe same proportions would in-|sive hoods of their universities, 


project but felt the full amount 
Committee boosted from $200,-|could not be spent next year. 
000 to $325.000. the ‘amount it) Total cost of the east front) 
could spend toe _ investigate 


project is estimated tentatively | 
Federal river-development proj-| at $42.6 million. 
ects. 


Cost of running the House, 
FEDERAL YRADE was given 


including salaries of members 
$50,000 more than the President and staffs, committee expenses, 
recommended for it. The Com-! 


travel, telephone and other al- 
mittee restored the $100,000 


lowances for members was set 
House cut and added $50,000 to es committee at $35.5 mil- 
enforce the fur products label- ' 
ing act. 


The Government Printing 
Office was voted $12.2 million. 
CIVIL DEFENSE was given The Library of Congress was 
$6.140,.000 over the House al-| allowed $10.6 million. 
lowance ... FEDERAL COM- 
MUNICATIONS was allowed Senate Passes Bill 


an increase of $28,000, which ; P 
would put its budget to $22,000 To Run U. 8S. Agencies 
The Senate yesterday passed 


below the President’s request. | 

.. . HOME LOAN BANK was), $5562 million bill to run the 
given an additional $116,600 for Departments of State and Jus- 
salaries and $9100 for travel ex-|ti.6 Federal Courts and the 
United States Informatio 


penses _ FEDERAL SAV- 
INGS Agency next year. 


& ‘LOAN was recom- ai 
mended for $64,000 additional, The bill passed as reported 
Appropriations Com-| 


or its full budget estimate of from the 


mittee and now goes to confer-' 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS was ence with the House, which 
given a major increase of $5,- voted $14.9 million less. | 
390,300 for its operations ...| No attempt was made to 
FEDERAL SUPPLY got $150,-\change the bill on the floor. 
000 and NATIONAL AR-|But Sen. Allen J. Ellender (D- 
CHIVES, $75,000. The GSA ad-'La.) spoke out against “waste” 
ministrative office was allowed,in USIA. Sen. Lyndon D. John- 
$524,350, which is $57,250 more|son (D-Tex.), who handled the 
than the President's request. Dill, said there would be an in- 


: vestigation of the USIA pro-' 
HMPA: The housing agencies pram before next year’s budg. 
also get bigger budgets. Among | ,; i, approved 
them: The HHFA administra-| + 
tor’s office, $450,000 increase; 
Urban Planning, $1 million; 


to the USIA budget voted by 
Public Housing, $2.250,000 for |e House. This would give it 
administration, plus the au 


$115 million. This is $27.6 mil- 
thority to buy uniforms for its 


lion more than it had this year 
employes who wear them, and 


but $20 million less than the 
Federal National Mortgage. President requested. 
$150,900. 


The Senate, like the House. 
forbade use of USIA funds to 
INTERSTATE COMMERCE send a converted aircraft car- 
was given a boost of $710,000, rier around the world showing 
which would put it to $610,000, Cinerama. 
more than the President recom-| The Justice Department was 
mended for it . .. NATIONAL voted $3.5 million to plan two 
ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR new prisons which the House 
AERONAUTICS, $1,725,000 ad- had cut out. 
ditional ..§ . NATIONAL) The Senate bill divides funds 
SCIENCE FOUNDATION, $5,-|\2mong departments this way: 
385,000 increase .. . SEC: $49,-| State Department, $176,125.- 
000 boost . . . SELECTIVE 872: Justice Department, $219.- 
SERVICE: $608,000 increase,/451,910; Federal Courts, $37. 
plus a provision to permit Gen-| 193,735; USIA, $115 million; 
eral Hershey, its director, to Refugee Relief program, $8.5 
retire as a lieutenant general | Million. 
..» VA: $1,817,000 was restored | 
for general operating expenses, 
plus $353,400 for its medical ad- 
ministration. 


CIVIL SERVICE has come 
up with a new program to grant' A District man now serving 
reemployment rights to Federal 4 12 to 36 year sentepce as a 
employes who transfer to de- {our-time narcotics law violator 
fense-essential jobs and to/|losi a motion yesterday for a 
clear up the rights of those who/|new trial based on his conten- 
are involved in reemployment tion that he was under the in- 
transfers stemming from the fluence of narcotics during his 
Korean war. trial here in 1954. 

The new program becomes| The motion was denied by 
effective July 1 and the agen-| District Court Judge Luther W. 
cies will have six months in| Youngdahl. He ruled that med- 
which to provide increased job ical testimony taken during the 
security for those who are hold-| hearing indicated that the plain- 
ing jobs to which other em- tiff, Lawrence Peeden, showed 
ployes have ree mployment|no symptoms indicating he was 
rights. |under the influence of narcotics | 

After next Jan. 1. the em- uring his trial. Peeden was 
ployes in the jobs will no S¢mtenced by Judge Youngdah! 
longer be subject to displace. ' 1954. 
ment me they will = able to 
acquire full competitive status 5 | 
in them. CSC doesn’t expect any| Loday s Chuckle | 
wholesale shift of employes) Mother insisted that Walter. 

invite to his birthday party a 
boy with whom he had” been 


‘fussing. Came the party and 
the boy didn’t show up. 
“Didn't you invite Charlie?” 
Mother asked suspiciously. 
“Sure,” said Walter. “I not 
only invited him to come. I! 
dared him to.” 


: 
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Drug Violator Loses 


‘Bid for New Trial 


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The Senate added $5 million ©TS Wi!! be tapped to fill in as 


Boys’ Clubbers Weigh Anchor at Reflecting Pool 


Intent on the task at hand, Charlies Clark, 8, of 623 8th st. 
sw., demonstrates the seaworthiness of his trim craft to 


contest at the Lincoln Memorial reflection pool. More than 


100 fledgling commodores weighed anchor on their assort- 


competitors at the annual Police Boys’ Club model boat | ment of sailing and rubber band-powered boats. 


Cash Used Up 
For Substitute 
Teacher Staff 


Grade School Funds 
Exhausted, Highs 
‘Barely Make It 


District grade schools have 
run out of money to hire sub- 
stitute teachers. 

Beginnirig Monday and con- 
tinuing through the June 15 
school closing, itinerant teach- 


C ] 

F l mn 

School Superintendent 
the Commissioners’ 
Advisory Council that channel- 
ing regular televisiou programs 
into District 
failed. 

But efforts to start a com- 
munity television show on edu- 
Cational subjects are continu- 
ing, according to Dr. Martin A. 


Greater -Washington 
tional Television Association. 

The men were called to- 
gether by Council Chairman 
William E. Leahy in an effort 
to bring the Association and 
school men togéther on pro- 
gram ideas. 

There is no schism between 


regular classroom instructors 
These teachers usually swing 
around the schools teaching 
such special subjects as physi- 
cal education and art. 
Deputy Superintendent 
Charles N. Zellers notified of- 


ficers of all school levels May 
4 that only $24,000 remained 
of the annual $268,000 substi- 
tute allotment. 

The $12,000 apportioned to 
elementary schools was ex- 
hausted yesterday. Zellers said 
the junior, senior and voca- 
tional high schools expect to 
“barely make it to the end of 
the term” with their substitute 
funds. 

Zellers said the lack of reg- 
ular substitutes “will do little 
damage this late in the school 
year.” But, he added, “the sit- 
uation is not good.” 

The school business adminis 
trator said he will request an 
increase in the substitute fund 
in the 1958 budget. The school 
system hires an average of 125 
to 130 substitutes a day. They 
receive a per diem wage of 
$12.10. 

Zellers said several factors 
have caused an increase in the 
number of substitutes em- 
ployed. Teachers now may take 
three days of genera) or annual 
leave in addition to sick leave. 
The sick leave rule also has 
been liberalized and teachers 
may now accumulate a mexi- 
mum of 75 days instead of 60. 


of Education, Dr. Mason, who 
is dean of the George Wash- 
ington University School of 
Engineering, stressed. 
difficulties 
added, pointing out that $750,- 


School Shortage 


Md. Teacher 
Qn Trial in 


Cheverly, Md. elementary 
school during the period when 
he was its principal 

Moyer, of 6304 Inwood st., 
Cheverly, Was indicted by an 
Aprilterm Prince Georges 
County grand jury for theft 
last September from the stu- 
dent-faculty account. School of- 
ficials discovered the fund 
shortages after receiving bills 
previously reported as paid. 

Mover pleaded not guilty 
an arraignment on April 
Funds he was charged with 
stealing came from Happy 
Acres Elementary School 
Cheverly. 

The former principal, who 
resigned his school post last 
November, has also been 
‘charged by District police with 
larceny of $205 from the office 
of Washington lawyer George 
P. Lamb, where he was em- 
ployed as a bookkeeper. Moyer 
was further charged with em- 
bezzling $187 from Lamb's 
office. 


at 
Arlington Buick Shop oo 
Damaged by Blaze 


A fire broke out in the shop 
of Stewart Buick Co., 1119 Wil- 
son blvd., Arlington, last night, 
causing “extensive” damage. 

Firemen said the blaze was 
confined to the rear of the es- 
tablishment. The Arlington 
County Fire Department, which 
extinguished the blaze, said its 
cause was not immediately de- 
termined. 


: 


Censervative Faction 


af course / 
TRUIL any 
other kind? 


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Members of the Arlington 
Independent Movement will 
rally today to nominate their 
candidate for election to the 
‘County Board next November. 


The nominating convention is 
set for 1 p.m. at Swanson Jun- 
ior High School. 

Three announced candidates 


a 


a Ne Soe . 
Shurforg 


TTT Soe 


. 


Blackman, 43, insur- 
ance and real estate dealer, 


Geo 


Arlington Group to Meet Today 
To Name County Board Candidate 


who lives at 1030 N. Buchanan! AIM now has control, with two 
t by erm 7. ore —. since 
, Chairman Wesley Cooper, a 
The AIM a gag eng Will OP | Democrat, says he is also a 
pose Curtis E. Tuthill, candl-| conservative. 
date of the more liberal Arling-| Control of the Board has 
tonians for A Better County, in| generated intense interest in 
a race for the seat on the Coun-'the County because of the 
Board being vacated by Board’s new power to appoint 
rge Rowzee. Tuthill, 41,)School Board members when 
5612 N. 24th st., is a psychology their terms expire, and result- 
professor at George Washing- ing influence on School Board 
ton University and dee ye icy. 
member of the School Board.| Before. 
The AIM and ABC ae the this a 
only two organizations in the cuses will 
County which will sponsor can-|a chairmah. Principal speaker 
didates. The November election | will be Lawre 


$ 


convention opens 
, precinct cau- 
held to nominate 


ay lives at 2426 N. Columbus 
. Foster Hagan, 56, attorney, 


Lincoln 7-4488 


\ 


nee W. 
will determine which’ of thea Aife-long resident of Arling- 
two fections will control the t d former Commonwealth 
fi n County Board, The Attorney. 


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Fund Theft | | 


Leon R. Moyer, 32, went on program, financed half through gated to subject to a searching 
trial yesterday for larcency of;public and half private funds. scrutiny an award so much less 
$274 in funds missing from a He said it would be a selling than her purchase price.” 


Says TV 
Schools 


Ho-|000 would be needed in cash) 
bart M. Corning yesterday told|to start an educational televi-| 
Citizens'sion station, and that with con-) 


from existing sta- 
backing from 


tributions 
tions and full 


classrooms hadicommunity organizations, such) 


la station would still “ae at 
Jeast $150,000, he said. 

| Dr. Corning guessed that Ma- 
\son’s estimates were low. 

| “T have a very, very consider- 


Corning told Councilmen. 

| District school administrators 
pioneered in the field in 1952 
and 1958, according to Corning. 
He said that, at its peak, tele- 
vision programs attracted 35,000 
‘viewers in 1014 classes. One 
‘year later in 1954, the audience 
‘classes. | 
| Extensive programming died 
jin the next school year, he ex- 


are practical, he|lack of technical producing skill | be 


among teachers and the stiff! 
competition from professional 
televisién stations. 


“Our children are very sophis-| 


‘ticated television watchers,” he| 
| Said. 

A major block was financing, 
‘Corning agreed. He said he 
‘could never recommend school 
'programs until he had, at least, 
‘enough money to hire teachers 
needed to reduce classes to) 
“teachable size.” 

J: C. Turner, labor leader and 
a member of the Council, said 
he conceived of a community 


job but he thought Congress 
would go along. 

| The Ford Foundation has of- 
fered to match funds on a $1 
to $2 basis up to $150,000 to 
begin a community station in 
the Washington area, according 
to Mason. 


Counselor Kills 


' 


' 


” Self With Gun 


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Walter Robert Overall Jr., 24. 


in shot himself to death yesterday 


in a second-floor room of his 
home at 1220 42d st. ne. 
Coroner A. Magruder Mac- 
Donald certified the death a sui- 
cide after police reported they 
found two notes beside the 
body, one addressed to his 
mother, another to a girl friend. 


In both, Overall expressed re- 
gret over his decision to end his 
life, but gave no reason for it, 
police said. He had been em- 


counselor at the Laurel Train- 
ing School. 
fired into his chest from a .22- 


had been removed, police said.’ 


Bar Unit Honors 
Dead Members 


Federal Judge David A. Pine 
yesterday presided at the an- 
nual memorial service for de- 
ceased members of the Bar As- 
sociation of the District 

More than 200 judges, at- 
torneys and others attended: 
the services in the ceremonial 
court at the United States 
Cc honor 


1955. 
Judge Pine delivered a 
orial address and led 


is 


ployed since last Monday as a! 


May fourths of those bitten 


RLA Seeking 
Advance Sum 


For Surveys 


Agency Would Start 
Slum Studies in 
Foggy Bottom Area 


| 
: 
The Redevelopment 
Agency yesterday asked 
Federal Government for 
$200,000 advance to survey and 
prepare slum _. elimination 


Mason, chairman of the board,/able doubt that television, studies for a 43-block grea in 
Educa-|should go into the classrooms,” Fo 


ggy Bottom. 

The studies, approved by the 
District Commissioners, 
lead to the developmen 
mal urban renewal plans for 
the region bounded roughly 
by Pennsylvania ave. Rock 
Creek and Potomac pkwy., 
and 19th sts. nw. 


the Association and the Board|had dwindled ‘to 12,833 in 392). A property owners’ suit seek- 


ing to halt the studies was 
thrown out by United States 
District Court two months ago, 


filed. 
In other action, the RLA 
urged the Justice Department 


ito consider appealing from a 


2-1 United States Court of Ap- 
peals decision last week which 
set aside a $7000 jury award to 
Mayme J. Riley, owner of a 
Southwest 
by the RLA in 1954, and or- 
dered further lower court pro- 
ceedings, “including a new trial 
if necessary.” 

The appeals court noted that 
the award left Mrs. Riley ow- 
ing some $1900 on the property 
and said the court “was obli- 


Arlington Bar 
Backs Thomas 
Homer Randolph Thomas, 
substitute Arlington County 


Court Judge, was indorsed yes- 


ocidtion for the new County 
Court Judgeship. 


Land be “less than frank” if he did 
the not say that a reservoir plan is Dance will be held for second 
q likely to convert some farmland classmen (juniors) at Memorial 


could mac. an 
t of for. Most comprehensive in 


The plained, primarily because of and an appeal is expected to. 


property acquired’ 


flict at least four times as| Aaqmiral Arthur W. Radford, 
jmuch damage in that area t0-' Chairman of the Joint Chiefs 
day, he predicted. _ lof Staff, will observe the 40th 
Developments along Maine anniversary of his graduation 
ave. and eastward in the pro-'ftrom the Academy by deliver- 
posed southwest redevelopment ing the principal address at 
area, he warned, will be com-'the graduation ceremonies on 
‘eerned “with costly construc-| Friday at 11 a. m. in Dahlgren 
tion” for protection unless fall. 
flood stages are reduced by one, jt will be the first June Week 
or more impoundments. held under the new Academy 
He pointed out that should Superintendent W. R. Smed- 
a flood of the 1942 size recur, berg II]. But Academy spokes 
all ground approaches to the men said he plans no innova 
National Airport would be cut tion other than the faculty pro- 
off. Therefore, a project to pro- cession 
i'vyide uninterrupted access to For the estimated 10.000 
the airport will be required yisitors whc will jam the his- 
unless flood stages are reduced toric Maryland capital, June 
by storage, he said. Week will still hold the time 
“The levee in West Potomac hallowed emotional mixture of 
Park is good for a discharge of impending marria ges (51), 
700,000 cubic feet per second. dress-prrades (4), hops (10), ath- 
A flood of 930.000 cubic feet per letic contests (3), and band and 
second is considered possible glee club concerts (5), inter 
..» Ifa flood in access of 700,000 spersed with prize-giving cere- 
does occur, it will subject to monies. religious services and 
inundation Government proper- movies 
‘ty valued at more than $300 mil- It all starts today with the 
lion at prices prevailing in week's first full-dress parade 
1944.” scheduled for 11 a. m. on Wore 
The engineer said he would den Field. 
Tonight, the famous Ring 


to the reservoir area. But down- and Smoke Halls. Counles will 
stream land not thus converted, parade through two huge rep- 
he pointed out, would benefit. licas of the Academy Class 

Adams reported that a re- Ring and kiss there. The class 
cently started study of the Poto-| rings of next year’s first class- 
d its tributaries js the men will be dipped in the 
scope waters of the Seven Seas be- 
of any survey ever taken by fore the girls slip them on the 
the United States Corps of En- middies’ fingers. 
gineers. He said that this study - 


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FE and report—concerned as it is 


with one of the Nation's 10 nointed, held its first meeting 
major river basins—can be- last month. 
come a pattern and model for| Recommendations for the Po. 
the future. tomac mace by the Engineers 
The current study, he Said,|in 1944 were howled down at 
will embrace planning for: least in part because the rec- 
1. Flood control. ‘ommendations and cooperation 
2. Conservation, to insure of all basin interests were not 
enough water to meet all fore- invited in advance. 
castable consumptive uses. | “We believe we can produce 
3. Pollution abatement. a good plan largely by our 
4. Recreation and enhance- selves on the basis of cold eco- 
ment of fish and wildlife re-'nomics alone,” Adams said to- 
sources. day. “But, people do not live 
5. Improvement of down-\by cold economics alone. . 
stream navigation through re-'there is a human side which 
duction of shoaling. must be taken into account 
6. Such hydro-electric power made up of traditions, way of 
as may be necessary to meetilife and aspirations ays 
requirements of the basin. must give these their proper 
Adams said that by June 30,'weight. We will lean heavily 
1956 he expected to conclude a upon our advisory group.” 
preliminary study and report; Adams said that the recre. 
which will forecast water sup- ational development of the Po 
ply requirements throughout tomac is inseparably involved 
the basin for the next 50 years. with water resource develop- 


‘The detailed master plan for ment, especially in the reaches 


‘terday by the Arlington Bar As-| 


the entire basin will require from Seneca, Md. to Great 
three years to ,complete, he |Falis and on to tidewater at 
estimated Chain Bridge. 

Adams reported that he had| “The Commissioners of the 
asked the Governors of Vir- District of Columbia.” Adams 
ginia, Maryland, West Virginia recalled, “have stated their con 
and Pennsylvania to designate cern about expanded recrea- 
representatives to serve &S8 ?M tional use of the river for the 
advisory board to the District expanding metropolitan popu- 
Engineer. A similar request W&s/jation. In this connection seri- 
made to the District of Colum-'ous consideration has to be 
bia Commissioners, the Intef-|\ given to the existence of the 


Thomas, 50, of 1714 N. Adams!State Commission, and the Re-' historic C. and O. Canal, which 
st.. has been substitute County|gional Planning Council. This is maintained by the National 
igroup, which was promptly ap-| park Service. 


Court Judge for one year. 


| “We believe there must be @ 


Bite Put on Psychologist 


‘compatible basis for concilla- 
tion of the divergent interests 
if the interests are willing te 


Experts to Help Nip Dogs 
That Hound Mailmen 


By Robert E. Baker 
Staff Reporter 
Postmaster General Arthur| 


The fatal s E. Summerfield is calling in ajis looking 
og sng “oa. | dog psychologist to help devel-;couraging mans best 


bite 
carriers. 


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“We hope to get suggestions 
from these dog authorities as 
to the best ways to reduce this 
hazard,” Summerfield said. 

It is well known that “neither 
snow nor rain nor heat nor 
gloom of night™-stays the letter 
carriers from the swif comple- 
tion of th:ir appointed rounds. 
But dogs do. 

Summerfield pointed out 
that 5880 of the Nation's 124,- 
000 letter carriers. were bitten 

dogs last year. Three- 
required 


which is the major concern,” 


m 
present, inc 
the deceased, in 
‘the 23d Psalm. 


reading of 


said merfield, “there were 


major ys in the delivery of 


‘the mails and needless oapeeee, 


caliber rifle the stock of which OP @ program to reduce the dog |from 
hazard among letter These 


The dog psychologist, C. R.|tion—like shin guards for ap- 
Jarbison of New York City, is.proaching mail men and, for 
ne of five canine experts in-|fleeing carriers, @uards for 
vited to a session here on June other 
5. 


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‘engage mutually in diligent 
‘search for it. We applied the 
same optimism to the divergent 
preferences of the fresh water 
fishermen and the lake fisher- 
men,” Adams said. 


-— + 


RU 


The Department, meantime, 
into ways of dis- 
friend 
nipping its employes. 
range from chemical dog 
repellants to built-in protec- 


places. ~j 
Experts invited to the ses- 
sion included William E. Buck-' 
ley, New York City, president) 
of the American Kennel Club;| 
George Foley, Philadelphia,’ 
publisher of the magazine Pop- 
ular Dogs; William Rocke- 
feller, New York, president 
of the Society for the Preven- 
ition of Crueity to Animals; 
Kerns Wright, Denver, Colo.,} 
chairman of the American 
Humane Association, and Har- 
bison, the dog psychologist.) 
Also invited is William .C.) 
Doherty of Washington, presi- 
dent of the National Associa- 
tion of Letter Carriers. 
herty might be called an ex- 


dusting, 
pa . binding. fringing 
ne. 


c- ,shampooing, sizing. 


CURTIS BROS. 
LU. 4-4000 | 


rt, He was a letter 
carrie for 19 years and suf- 
fe any a nip by a dog. 


NICHOLS AVE. AT V ST. S.E. 


ee ee 


WASHINGTON POST and TIMES’ 
Saturday, May 26, 1956. 


- 


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— 


ia 


> 


—" 


rince Georges Heads 


tharge Federal ‘Snub’ 


By Laurence Stern 
Stat! Reporter 


Federal agencies looking for new 
quarters. 

They voted yesterday to query 
Senators John Marshall Butler 
(R-Md.), J. Glenn Beall (R-Md.) 
and Rep. Richard E. Lankford 


—_— 
. 


(D-Md.) on why Uncle Sam has 


\ 


County Split 


Dr. 


Hasbrouck 


F. J. Garrett; 
Ex-Jurist, 
Legislator 


Zone Plan 
Parleys End 


VA Surgeon, 
Ornithol gist, 


In Fairfax 


Aftociated Press 
Finis J. Garrett, 80, who re- 
tired last year as chief judge of 
the United States Court of 
Customs and Patent Appeals, 
ai de died yesterday 


A series of marathon meet- 
ings on Fairfax County's con- 
troversial Freehill Zoning 
Amendment came to an end 
last night after a public discus- 
sion of its possible effect on 
Providence and Mt. Vernon dis- 
tricts. | 


Despite five public hearings 
the status of the amendment is. 
still uncertain. The Board of | 
County Supervisors faces many | 


Tee 
v? 


tion 
amateur 


yesterday 

his thome at «= 

4904 

p nw. after a long 
illness. 


Dead at 8 


Dr. Edwin M. Hasbrouck, 89, 
rétired Veterans Administra- 
examining surgeon and 


D r. 


brouck, 
of Syracuse, N. 


4 


9 


-_e-ooOo 


Ordithologist, died 
in 


14th st. 


Has 
native 


Prayer for Today 
Our Father, we pray for 
peace in our world—peace 
that is more than cessation 
of , more than an 
end of cold war. We pray for 


the ee understanding 
and rhood; the peace 
of confidence and coopera- 
tion; the peace of truth and 
righteousness. We pray for 
a new spirit-in the earth, a 
deeper understanding of 
what is good for thy earthly 
ichildren. We pray for the 
ace that can come only 
m thy love shed abroad 
in the hearts of man; in 
Christ's name. Amen. 
Churchland, Va., retired 
Methodist minister. 


( yright, 1956. by the Division of 

Tistian veation, National Coun- 
¢' of Churches of Christ in the 
’ 


terment Pert Lin e 


ay 25. ide. at her residences. Sait 


mo st. nw. ANNA t- 
RATH, beloved wife the tate George 
. ath, mene of mes 
eGrath, hington, D. gs ttes ot 
am ‘ . sbursg. - 
and rs. Qiks t Ap ate. 4 - 
ine. N. } Services « e 56. . 
ines Co. Puneral Home, 2901 14th st. 
Ww. 0 + B. at m 


ent private. 
Ohio. and 


n ndey. y 
(parking facilities). Interm 
Olumbus 
c copy. 


ans Cincinnsti. 
aleigh. N » paper Pp 
ee Ast Se Fe, Rising 
ay. May . er residenc 
; at. . nw.. ARY ELIZABETH 
WMAN. beloved mower of mew | 


, grandmother of Mrs. 


Ww. d 
a "Wiis. Piord 


Jr 
H 


7 
R. Wheeler. Aiso 
r Ha‘ tle 


reat-grandchildren ot er 
many friends. After ‘2 


hours of study and discussion | 
before ~~ or amending 
the zoning law. . | 
‘Chairman Joseph Fréehil! 
said yesterday the Board will 
suspend study of the amend- 
ment next week because the 
county tax rate must be set end 


surviving are 
Caesar, nine 
relatives an 


favored Montgomery County for 
new agency sites. | 

Commissioner Frank J. Last-| 
ner pointed out that the Federal 
Government will have to buy) 
land for all the Montgomery) 
County sites—as well as for the| 


préposed Central Intelligence | 
Agency “Junior 


Pentagon” in 
le 


y. 

“In Prince Georges County,” 
he said, “we have 31,500 acres 
of Government land available 
which could be transferred to 
the new agencies without cost,” 
he said. 

Lastner cited planned reloca- 
tions in Montgemery County of 
the Atomic Energy Commis 
sion, Bureau of Standards, 
United States Geological Sur- 
vey, the new Veterans Adminis-| 
tration Hospital and the Johns) 
Hopkins University Research) 
Institute. | 

Re noted that Prince Georges | 
is getting the Air Research and 
Development i trom Bal — 4 
is being shifted from Raltimore| . ne development in the 
to Andrews Air Force Base. | aoe two-thirds of the coun- 
“But that’s mostly just an ad-) 
unct to the present field,” 

astner added. 
| In other actions, Commission-| 
@rs agreed to submit new build-| 
ing permit applications to the 
Maryland State Roads Commis- 
sion to curb construction along 
new highway rights-of-way. 

Under the new policy, which 
Was requested by SRC Com- 
mission chief engineer Norman 
Pritchett, roads commission of- 
ficials will screen new permits 
twice a week starting June 15. 

Affected by the change wiil 


. th 
A. 


previous azA- 


Mr. Garrett been -& .Demo- es 
cratic member of the House| War I. He had © 


Ten- Served as a cap- 
eee veer tain. He wast: Musbrouch 


President Woodrow Wilson|¢ducated at Syracuse Univer- 
the budget adopted once described him 4s “the |sity and Georgetown Medical 

The following week Freehill|STongest’ man in our ranks.” |* sewed He interned in Phila- 
will invite Froncls Doda Me-|, Bor! on 8 farm gear Ore/Gelphis and began practice as 6 
H h N York planner to | Springs, Tenn., Mr. Garrett was /SUrgeon here in 1897. He re- 
spend a “day with the super- 3 school teacher and editor be nls whee B bb lh age a 
visors $0 the Board will “fully|{ore turning to the law and), His imertet im Birds began 


” public service, He was elected |“ 
omen bog age pg we ‘to Congress at the age of 30 and tirement, he served as a volun- 


| es. teer with the Department of 
may question its author on de-/“Cfiected 1h Smee. yas Demo-\Birds, National Museum. He 
“ hil] Amendment in-|CTatic leader of the House and collected wild North American 
veg oe ndm i.|was an ardent defender of fowl during his retirement and 
ofthe 819000 Mettugh aster Wilson's World War I policies. provented the stutted bird to 
Plan which calle for urban de.|in 1920 House colleagues sug: the Fish and Widlife Service. 
velopment in the eastern third | ested to Wilson that Mr. Gar-|He was the organizer and past 
of the county and three-acre|rett be given 4 Federal judge-| president of the Potomac Val- 
minimum lot sizes in the west-|ship in west Tennessee, but|ley Ornithological Club. 
ern two-thirds. The zoning| Wilson said he hesitated to take| An active Mason, a member 
amendment is the means by|“the strongest man in our of Potomac Bue Lodge 5; past 
which the supervisors hope to ranks” away from the House. [high priest of Potomac Lodge 
| Wilson subsequently appoint- 
‘ed Garrett to a judicial post, 


8, Royal Arch Masons. He was 

past commander of Potomac 
ty until urban services can be|but the Republican Senate re-|Commandery 3, Knights Tem-| , 
provided at a reasonable cost,/fused to confirm any of the|plar, and a past p nt of the 
and subdivision controls can/ Administration's major ap-| Washington Medical and Sur- 
be reviewed and strengthened. | nointments. gical Society. 

Louis Moore, mayor of Vien-| Jn 1928 Mr. Garrett left the} Surviving are his wife, Har- 
na, said at the fifth public hear- trouse to run against Kenneth/riet Blackistone Hasbrouck: 
ing in the Fairfax County court-'p McKellar for the senatorial|three daughters, Laurel Page 
house last night that he could momination. He lost this race| Finley, 5402 Connecticut ave. 
sum up his community's feel- ang a year later was ap-|"w.; Mrs. David Cummings, An- 
ings about the Freehill amend-| nointed to the Customs Court./mapolis, and Mrs. J. Donald 
ment in four words—“we don’t president Franklin D. Roose-| Rawlings, Great Neck N. Y.. six 
like it.” __ | velt elevated him to chief judge|srandchildren and five great- 

He said it would restrict jn 1997. grandchildren. 
growth of Vienna andthe town fe retired last Sept. 15 
already has begun proceedings because of declining health. 
to annex 23 square miles of Mr. Garrett leaves two chil- 


who passe 


In memory’s lovely garden 
red joy neces fair. 
our memory, res other 
the brightest blossom there 
Leving daughter. EVELYN. 
MALLGRAVE, be ay JOUN. ‘In lov- 
he memo r gon 4 
brome “Wiliam foun halt 


hte a a alo 


, KOUTe ® 
Pm: m. Interment 
e- 


ay. a 
neoin Memorial Cemetery. Arr 
are all ments by McGuire. Inc 
om ‘ PUILLIPS. ETHEL MOORE. On, Prides. 
pevoapie 25. a mergenc osp 
M RE Pai hipe of 3543 
law rd gy. mother of Capt. Ed- 
werd WN. {liam , ond Frank 
Phillips Sister of Mrs. 


arnefix 
eulah Johnson. Mrs. bs ell M. Wa 
rber an Albe 
interment 


THERS. 


ELL. TY . ovin 
See alt, HH | 
who departed this 
> May 


ago toda 26. TE 
day. 


e fragrance. ital. 

m the rose itself fone: 427 Car ‘ ‘ 
Memories of you. dear yleene. se F 

Will linger on. 
AUNT ROGE. 

oe sen. HATTIE L. (RICH 4ERDS) 

nm sacred memory, of our loved one. 

TTIE RICHARDS: STEPH 


' 
N. who left us 18 years a¢o 
ay 26. 1938 


Death is a heart ache fo one can heal. 
Memories are treasures no one 


can : 
Beautiful memories are all we have 


t C.. Brerett 


M 
R 


& MARY LOUSE. On Wednes- 
s are th Vale “LOviar FON TER. et 
a AL fet 


orter 
akoma 


Funeral 
parkin 
.m.. Priday. 
wee es y akoma od” ba 
urch on urday a : 

Dp. m. Interment Duke Center. Pa 

: SOPHIE £&. On Wednesda 


ay. 


Pong Me 
by ter ‘: - ‘ 
5 = 
y - Pa bcd 
Pte. | r : * 
i : 7 - 4 we ~~ a aad Se : ¢ to he 
» bm Sarees ttt POO ee RS £30 *) Seb OOR Heb 


: sister of rs \ 
Estelie Robinson and Wal- 
orton. Friends ] 
the Lee Puneral Honie, 
Massachusetts ave 
a mm 


One whom we loved we will never 
forget 


If all the world were ours 
We'd give it, 

To see 
Come 


to give, 
ore 


the face of our dear one, 
smiling through the door. 


aoe CHI 


Y LOU. GBac 


red to the BEY. DOROTHY WRIGHT. 
r devoted mother. 


on Wednesday. ay 23, 

r home. 10543 gt aul st. 
. ad. Y WRIG 
EY. peloved wife of T 


Stal! Phote 


Nancy Auerbach writes the letter in which she told why 
she thinks her dad, Red Auerbach, is an Ideal Father. 


L 


HITT, SAL ty 
memory of i; 


As in the days gone by. 
And find Pp comfort in the thought 
A Mother's love m never die 
a° lives @ e many hearts 

f those who 
Whose lives she br 
r an she cou 


‘He Gives Me Confidence 


Life With Father Praised 


ig tened many days 
a ever know. 


ulem mass wi held ‘at 10 «. 
nterment Parklawn Cemetery. 


- Bied 


AMELIA H. On Tuesday. Ma 
ospita 


Alito 


EN 
REAT 


BLIGH. 7 

: ey 

e Island ave., 

ne. where services 
Monday. ay ™&. 

m. Relatives and friends invited. 

patoranee’ Lorraine Cemetery, Balti« 


ROBINSON. MARK T. Suddenir. 
ureter: May 24. 1956. in 


lM 


Ke ) 
Elino 


‘Miss 
n 
h 
a 
i} 30 a. Saturday. M 
Fs e peters 
at 
nterment Cedar 
CANTWELL. CHRISTINA. On Frida 
. 2956 CHRISTINA CAN 


<5 25 . 
WELL. beloved mother of Richard 
Clinton. Joh 


. , 


. where services will be 
28 t ° 


held on Monday. May 22. 
Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 


ROBINSON, MARK T. A special 


¥Gx 


Pp 
ser 
2 Sa ’ he Wo 

¥ orcer of the+Worshipful Master, 
PARKER THROC MORTON. 


Attes 
J. ALBERT COLLINS. Secretary 


riends bert 
A. Mattingly Funeral Home. 131 Ss 
. 8@.. Where services will be held on 
ay 28. at 2 p. m. Relatives 
s invited. Interment Con- 

Cemetery 


. 1956. at } 

to attend the firnera 

vices of our late Brother 
OBINGSON ‘ 


ve. 2S - where services will 

ww. 4 oaey 26. at i 
a. mm Cedar Hill Cemetery 
“paest. JUDGE Oe JAMES. On 
areas. a 5S. 1956. at his resi- 
JUBGe Socus’ Gar. Louis papers 
eniamin G 
and Burns 


tery (Bt 


Piease copy) 
| SEABORN., 
ay 23, 19 


y on 
fest Virgini 
RN. beloy 


Nis A 
ate Bipabet> 
er o rs , 
Nebr. ENCIE. On Wednesday, 
56. at his residence. 1763 

a ave. ne. SENCTE 
. n 


Seaborn also is sure 

20 grandchiidrea and tw 

sreat-grandchiidren. Friends may ca! 
at the Puneral Home. 4th et 
Massachusetts ave. ne. where 

ae, ye ne aot ga Saturday. May 26, 

nterment Fo 
OE rt Lincoln 


e- | SIEGFRIED, HEATON. On 

t at the Crest. 
ABEL HEAION 
North 


me. M 
of 4425 
iington, Va.. be 

e 
Marcia Wynn Sameison 
eurvived b 


On Friday, 
s home. 7810 
. 
y two grandchildre 
“grandchildren 


sureey. 

- aiker Che 

, wnere funers 
Pp 


id. 
Chapel! 


also | 
mn «an 
and brother of Ida Giers- ends 
e Shrine of the 

essed Sacrament. estern ; Ba 
here : a 


ulem mass will be 
ffered at 11 a. m Gaturdey, May 26 
nterment Pleasantville. N. ¥ 
ILD. LOUISE W. (nee Boettcher) 
ednesday Mey 23 1956 LOU e 
(nee ttcher), wife of the)! 
R. Gould: sister of Jo 
er Puneral from the W 
al Purniture Home. 1 
ave -nw on Saturday. May 26 at il 
° m Interment. Prospect Hill Ceme- 
ery 
GRADY. ALICE M. On Friday. May 25. 
1956. 0} , Geereqiows Paeretsy Hos- 
ital, ALICE M of 180 
iitmore at nw. ¥ Miss 
rankiin 
Mr: 


pel 


G emetery 


. OM SBunday. Mays 
2D. m. Interment Church 
‘SUTHERIN, MAUD M. On 
or 24, oe. at her Bs. 
. ° e ° 
SUTHENIN “Bethesds. Ma 
herin 


ursdar, 
92 


sister 
T 


$ 
Rita - enry, 
Grady. Mrs. Marie Mu 
Rathieen F. Murphy. and 
ready. Services at the &. H. 
nera! ome. 901 th : 
(garni facilities). on Saturday 
26. at £30 a E.. thence to St Paul's 
etholie Chure 15th and ¥ Ete nw atpeed Md raveside services at 
where e y sacrifice o e mass law metery, at : 
will be oftered 8. m.. for the! url o's ee ae 
repose of her soul. Interment Salem.| VANCE. JOHN W. 
adass. | 23. 1956. JOHN 
On Thursday. Mey! 


On Wednesday ay 
W. VANCE of i219 
beloved hus. 


the 
ttsville, 4., st. 
y ag at fF) noon. 76 rviee 4 41 
rment Oyster Bay. . noxville. Tenn - 


Th VICKERS. HELEN RAIR 
ve Ee 28 at her home. as Ph 


yea rv 

Paar 
aird o 
ter. Mr 
lo 


oh 


to 


Essex County. ¥ 
%. Alan Johnson ot a4. 


services 
. Of 
emetery, 


held 


- uner 
Monday. Ma 
Le ae irs ni c 


HER. mane ursday. y 24. 
1956. M of 4708 ner 
beloved w of 
mother of r 
8 


95e 
t.. oH » : 
Kawin ehr and 

Heyn i wed by three 

s in rmany. 


Mrs. 
Venlo 
esda. Md 


race 
m 


Unuriling z : 


0 
pene 


wale 


Interment Fort 


ery. 
et ck Re 
a = e Wa on - 
yg = wesoites vy ED £E. HU N 
s 


—DEATHS—" 


Announcement of 
: Services br Chambers 
Weener, Wanda M. 
Ac » Emma 


yy. 


r a 
tion. Ca Heights, d. lat 
and triends leeitan: - - ~ 


RUBIN. WILLIAM (BILL). Below us- 

| band of Rhoda Rubin Memeanter pao 

ices on pander. June 3 at 
D 


eeee 
rs 


t 2:00 »p 


INGWERSEN. MARGUERITE 1. On Fri- 
ay. May 25, 1956. at her posrgence. | 


National Cathedral on 
ay 26. @ : ih F 
. 


5° 


6 


, 


orey. 
Watkins, Ha 
juggenber 


i 
vi 
, 
1 
{ 


? 


mbers Co. 


oe 


aving from 212 Oneida 


Friends and relatives in- 


By ‘Female Huck Finn’ 
By Jean Jones land east of the town—doubling dren, Burns Garrett, of the Rep.Granahan 
where highway sites are re-| y its size. home address, and Mrs. Ben J. ° » 
served by the Maryland-Nation- D ~ rv 
ab Capital Park and Planning y | 1es e mo 
coach of the professional bas-|4nd my gang,” she — fsh |“camnot live with the master; Burial will be in Dresden. 
‘ketball world, is a title-winner|, Fathers who play ball, fsh,| pian as drawn presently.” He 
| : hike or camp with their chil-| said it was “designed to kill off 
Leo Wolfsohn 
| Sh inated him for the|Nancy, have written to the|/McHugh, Freehill said the! _. ait 
H ‘B o 9 — my ie of 1956 in The Jdeal Father Contest Editor,| Board will hear transcribed re- D d: Edi i—Rep. William T. Granahan 
ave udgs, © ea 5 itor (‘D-Pa.) died unexpectedly in 
| : Fitzgerald-Mercy Hospit to- 
aie T Id ‘Herale’s 16th annual contest. | So, though your dad plays|county, area by area, in open | “ y —o 
tizens O | Last year when red-haired'nothing more strenuous than | Meetings. 
‘Nancy was having difficulties as the harmonica, if you think he’s| The supervisors will direct Mr. Grana- 
_A zoning adviser pointed out 4th grade . Bongp ed Bes 17 
“bugs” io the Seale auineaad tain at Murch School, she wrote him for the title and an exci d its relation to the zoning|tOT and newspaperman, died | : ‘ 
District zoning regulations last, her 38-year-old dad, Arnold, for|ing Father’s Day. eedinance. Althoagh ng | Thursday night at his home, re ep tati 
a 0 fest a- 
! oor ? delphia’s 2d 
tions to study the rules care- ing of the champion Boston|of the Washington Post and/teng that the cost to xpayers | Congressio n a 1) 
Howard D. Woodson pointed list of qualifications, “He cives| Hotel for dinner, and have facilities in far flu areas of cert, died in his sleep of a heart 
Out that 10 hearings would be me new confidence when I am seats in the Presidential Box/the county is one of the main|aijment. ~., sylvania mem- 
held throughout the District in the cumps. jat_ the .Capitol Theater for|reasons for limiting develop-| For 24 years before coming ber in the 
associations attending last “Evervthing else stops,” says| handwriting, be sure to list the|Mission, which submitted a Ve. Leader. He was gradu-\nated in the April Primary 
'master plan of its,own three | sted from the University of\election for a sixth term. 
to be prepared to protect their te. as a “female Huck Finn.” ‘name, address and that of the) ‘ in 1913 and spent a year o 
peoperty values. | Her life with father isn’t all|school you attend. The eeltest |Ocres atc eet, steams the Milwaukee Journal before a stomach ailment shortly aft- 
Woodson told the group that by mail or television, though.'closes June 11. joining the Leader. His news-|er he entered the hospital for 
half acre lots should be al- 
tion of the zoning changes. Dis- lowed in any section of the! moted to the editor’s position.| He served on the House In- 
cussing one inconsistency, he county where an approved; He worked for the Rural terstate and Foreign Com-) 
said the Marshall Heights area Electrification Administration Merce committee and was one) 
tached homes which must be on * the war and in the Office of Full Employment Act. He also 
50-ft. wide lots. But lots in that Frank B. Johnston War Information during World was author of a Fair Employ 
stations on lots, Woodson said, | be. Evi iwisi under the Department of the|' The Congressman, Democrat- 
would allow in some cases only | By Liz Hillenbrand the photographic division of the Interior. ‘ic leader of the city’s 5ist 
5 feet clearance for automo-| sige Prgpeontay 3 _|Philadelphia Inquirer, died at)" 4+ the time of his death, Mr.| Ward, was an active member 
A frightened eight-year-old, normally bring into court?” | Presbyterian Hospital of a heart! 
| " 
, ice ik reports division of the U. S. In- served overseas with the Army 
~In other business, the Federa- singing, dancing and beggingin| ,,,, 6? |_ A former employe of the New) for 18 months during World 
tion approved a resolution call- rien ot the Reslthdentan ein | Not unless it’s happened two! york Times World-Wide Photos, | *°rmation Agency. | : asin ey 
iti of Bethesda: a son, Venlo J.|Philadelphia, was elected to 
a at D. C. General didn't ask nobody for no mon-| “jas this boy ever been in ae gg — nansergee for hero! Wolfsohn of the home address:|Congress on Nov. 7, 1944. He 
agg Dr. Reginald G. ey. ‘trouble before?” queried the — ne t ila fre . plasin a brother, former Assistant/served in the 79th Congress, 
ames, head of the committee, The Judge dismissed the caSe.| ude. year-old chi rom a zing 
sicle whi | | de ‘ple |nston attorney, and a grand- es. He was a graduate of Roman 
article which pointed out that/rqith H. Cockrill heard nine “This was the first time.” ston’s efforts made it age ©' daughter, Elsbeth Leonard. Catholic High School, Philadel-' 
patients sometimes cases carried over from the| The Judge stated, “I would for photographers to work on a 
Dr. James said the commit- also a veteran of World War I. 
+ hee Reg would be to visit week ago, when she dismissed dies and had no alternative you |of Mr. and Mrs. oe get np NEW YORK, May 25—Fu- 
ate nee the majority as “frivolous” and|should bring him into court.| 4nd re mig oe : vn Ostres.( mera services for Rear Adm. qwittiam Gidal 
poorly prepared. But I believe this is another,¢r Of Mrs. Doris Jean ‘Alexander F. Junker, (ret.), 54, eitaieen Gite’ Ja dined 
a aly, 67, a Gove 
bia Heights Boys’ Club, an in- 
edit ; | ter have been disposed of wit 
tegrated organization. Federa- old was typical. He had been a warning. I ho th wded courtroom brought " 
, 30-—t and believe |e cro carrier Lexington when she was 
gprectes Ages ares Care - * praise from trial Judge Vincent ..n% in World War II, will be ee * i~ Sy a “s" oad 
, s born in Hu 
“demonstrate that failure to , 
: der to cease screening Juve- cases all concerned disorderly) | 
support the Police Boys’ Club ae ‘eat oe . » 
; nile cases, sending them allinto'conduct at a carnival. The Admiral Junker died of can 
was not a failure to support a : Judge dismissed six of the City Hall Janitor cer Wednesday in the Naval/a@ naturalized citizen and lived 
Park police officer testi- cases, placed = | ~ pe Held in Safe Theft Hospital in St. Albans, Queens.|in New York writing financial 
t and order urther 
ag Petice Boys ‘ Club has the lad after The janitor of Takoma Park 
n under fire for contin- . ong “a group of children who whose school record appeared City Hall was charged with ral Junker commanded the mili-| going to Washington. 
‘money from tourists.” | | ; 
“Is this the sort of thing you Judge warned the boys that from a safe. \War. He retired in 1952. 
her action did not condone’ Capt. Edwin C. Cissel of Ta- 
Rides for a Fall | T . 9 
Edgar M. Alexander but you've got to realize the at 814 Rhode Island ave. nw., oda ~ 
Ray Absher, 35, listed at 924 : i 4 ‘police have a duty to keep law told police of breaking into the 
Sligo ave., Silver Spring, was’ NEW YORK, May 25 (P®—Ed- and order,” she said. “I don't City Hall on May 2 and again’ 
in distress and was slashed, he , 
wag 8 woe he saw th 0 home. He was * aa 5 Al 
ween -* “ ute |. Mr. Alexander, a native of, (asterisks denote events open 
to the public): 
CONVENTIONS 
him with an unt-own object,| PR. 
yy ayy fll oy dect| William yom pet oust. sr gay—Part yejoudy anda ttle, 
He was admitted to Casualty) 178 eee ee iee ee eee eee 65 at 5:24 8 mm. minimum. 32 at 3B. m, | &. 
ba: , Togs rtly clow ¥ and| p. 


be areas beyond the Maryland- 
a John C. Wood, mayor of the Koehler of Geneva, Neb. His 
Commission. ss 
) Fifth Term 
as a father, too, according to dren rat2 high as ideal fathers, | development.” 
‘The Washington Post and Times | cordings of the public hearings 
And U.S. Aide et Ge og 
. > me 
dodgeball team cap-|really tops you can nominate | Particular attention to the cur- | sq 
= fifth term as 
night and called on the D. a. advice. His answer must have | On June 17 the Ideal Father | recently of “the deification of | 7127 Braeburn pl., Bethesda. : 
Mr. Wolfsohn, who had re| _—_" | 
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from June 18 through 29. He| Nancy sticks close to the TV|MGM'’S “The Catered Affair.” |ment in those areas. to Washington in 1938, he was) SF®®®24" House. suffered 
night’s meeting in the Board her mother, who describes her\ages of the people you write: | 
weens aga, comrenes te ayy, | Missouri school of journalism; Mr. Granahan underwent a 
built or planned for construc- 
he served on the committee ; . papering skill-was recognized|a checkup. He had been be- 
Arrest of ‘Little Beggar’ 
area are all 40-ft. wide, he said. PHILADELPHIA, May 25 "\ war II. Later, he worked for|ment Practices Bill and other 
biles between the pumps and 
; a ife, - a War II. 
on its Health and Sanita-'stitution, mournfully declared of three times,” the officer de-/Mr. Johnston came to the In.|, He leaves his wife, Grace 
; | Secretary of the Interior Joel/then later was elected to the 
@#@ad excerpts from a Washing- It was another day in court ae building. 
die while rap! phia, and La Salle Extension 
preceding Friday's session. Her be the first to say that if you Pool basis inside the courtroom 
The Federation appropriated 
The case of the eight-year- of those cases which might bet-/cher, food chain heiress. Thei.¢ Greensboro, Pa., chief engi- 
ment employe since 1942, died 
tion President George O. But-| ster park Police: Chief Harold this will be done in the future.” 
held Tuesday afternoon in Ar- 
ary and came to the United 
their activities, but a matter r 
spotting him study in the case of a boy 
uance of segregation. ‘were dancing and demanding questionable. breaking and entering last night 'tary sea transport service in the 
their behavior. “The complaint koma Park City Police said’ 
seriously hurt last night when| £2 ™: Alexander, advertising| want this sort of thing to hap- on Wednesday. The building is 
‘ executive with the New York! nen again,” she stated. ‘at 8 Columbia ave. vents . 
torist stalled at 7th and I sts.) | 
Ecksmanville, Ohio, was-named’ 
ne. As he approached the car, the first publisher of the 
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Washington Regional District) 
Red Auerbach, long-time;“He als~ plays ball with me! town of Fairfax, said the town | wife died last April. 
Zoning Rul 
ning uies his 10-year-old daughter, Nancy.|say the young experts who, like; After their meeting with PHILADELPHIA, May 25— 
Washington Post and *imes/Herald, Washington 5, D.C. j|and then begin a study of the 
of 61 
t.|Tent $20 million sewer program Leo A. Wolfsohn, veteran edi-| 4 
= > ¢ R epresentative 
Federation of Civie Associa-bcen as effective as his ccach-|and his family will be guests +. anita sewer,” they con-|He was 66 
Celtics, for Nancy added to his Times Herald at the Statler of providing sewer and water turned home late from a con-| 
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urged delegates from 15 civic set when dad's team plays.| In your letter in your own) The County Planning Com-| anaging editor of the old Mil-|a heart attack. He was nomi- 
Reom of the District Building pigtailed, freckle-faced daugh-jabout and include your full! . - 
onjective can be reached with niminor operation Wednesday for 
tion. The planners believe one- 
which assisted in the prepara-| early and he was rapidly pro- lieved in good health. 
sewer system is available. 
ig. zoned for single-family de- here and in St. Louis before of the original sponsors of the 
Brings Cockrill Frown 
‘,Regulations applying to gas - Frank B. Johnston, 51, head ofthe Bureau of Reclamation /anti-discrimination measures. 
Ifsoh as with the special of several veterans groups. He 
the station building. arrested by Park Police for asxeq Judge Cockrill. attack yesterday. ce gee Ae ig v's 
; — ; daughter. Grace Colby Leonard) Mr. Granahan, a native of 
tien Committee to investigate in Juvenile Court yesterday, “I clared. ‘quirer in the early 1930s. In 7 f 
. ‘David Wolfsohn, now a Wash-\8ist and subsequent Congress- 
ton Post and Times Htrald for the Park Police, as Judge replied the officer.| Earlier this year, Mr. John- vid 
waiting to be admitted. ' University, Chicago. He was 
decisions paralleled those of a had exhausted all other reme- at the celebrated abortion trial| Adm. Alexander Junker 
$25 to be donated to the Colum- 
h| silent candid picture-taking in| ,eering officer of the aircraft 
of a heart attck Thursday. He 
ler said the donation was to F. Stewart reportedly issued an’ The other eight Park Police A. Carroll. ster a , 
lington Nationa emetery. 
st 7 tates in the 1920s. He became 
of principle.” ; bation 
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1956 


Service Set: 


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Parade 


Was Very 


Special 


By Winzola McLendon 


“THERE'S something spe- 
cial about this parade, but I 
can't figure what it is,” com- 
mented a Marine officer at 
the Sunset Parade at the Ma- 
rine Barracks, yesterday. 

The “something special” 
was the good show the Ma- 
rines put on for the Marine 
Corps Reserve Officers Asso- 
ciation. It was the first time 
the Reserves had been hon- 
ored at a Sunset Parade 

So, the boys added a few 
extra whirls and twirls. The 


snappy Drum and Bugle 
Corps even played “Made- 
moiselle from Armentieres” 
for the Marines of World 
War I. 


A “FIRST” was also 
chalked up by Commandant 


of ‘tthe Marine Corps and 
Mrs. Randolph McC. Pate. 
Following the parade, they 


gave their first garden party 
since General Pate became 
Commandant of the Corps. 
After the troops marched 
off the field, some 400 guests 
strojled across the green pa- 
rade grounds to the garden at 
Commandant’s House. Maj. 
Gen. Karl S. Day, USMCR., 


who had taken the review. 
stood in a receiving line with 
Gen. and Mrs. Pate, as did 
Gen. H. M. (Howlin’ Mad) 


Smith, in from La Jolla. Calif.. 
for the Marine Reserve Offi- 


cers’ convention. 
Brig. Gen. Melvin Krule- 
vich, USMCR—down from 


New York for the convention 
—was talking with the Ma- 
rine Corps handsome Direc- 
tor }f Women Marines. Col. 
Julia Hamblet. 


COL. HAMBLET was tell- 
Ing about the $50 she “won 
for Navy relief” when the ex- 
perts couldn't identify her 
on the TV show, “What's My 
Line.” 

In one group, a well known 
Defense Department official 
was telling friends his secret 
for “not having to remember 
“When we arrive at 
@ party.” he said, “my wife 
goes right, I go left. That 
way, I don't have to introduce 
secretary of the 
y Thomas Gates was at 
the party introducing his wife 
and daughter, Cathy: Assist- 
ant Secretary of Defense 
Carter Burgess was huddled 
with Representative Jack 
Brooks and Lt. Gen. Vernon 
Megee, 


EVERYBODY CAME—Here’'s just a par- 
tial view of the crowd of guests in the gar- 
den of the Argentine Embassy at the re- 


_— 


ception yesterday given to mark that coun- 
try’s national holiday. 


HANDY WITH THE HANDSHAKES—tThe Argentine Am- 
bassador and Senora de Vicchi gave their first official party 
yesterday—a reception marking their country’s Indepen- 


Town Topics 


With Mrs. Neuberger 


Hagerty Is Invited to Debate 


AN OPPORTUNITY almost 


every one of the opposition 
Senators’ wives would be 
happy to seize—a chance to 
talk back to the Republican 


Administration face-to-face 
with lke’s official spokesman 
—may be the lucky lot of 
Mrs. Richard Neuberger, wife 
Neuberger, (D-Ore.). 
James Hagerty, press secre- 
tary to the President, last 
night was weicning an invita- 
tion by the OWLS, National 


of Sen 


Order of Wamen Legislators. 
to appear opposite Mrs. Neu- 
berger in an election-year 
debate at tneir luncheon 
meeting on June 9 in the 
Sheraton-Park Hotel, when 


about 100 members from all 
Over the Nation are expected 
to attend. . 


THE. WOMEN legislators 
have explained that they are 
not attempting to stage war- 
fare between the two parties, 
because they are officially 


nonpartisan, having mem- 
bers firmly ensconced in both 
parties. But, chances are 
some fur will fly if the gen- 
tleman’s agreement to speak 
is reached. 


Margaret Ill, Cancels Shows 


NEW YORK, May 2 # 
Margaret Truman has a case 
of laryngitis, and is canceling 
her scheduled television ap- 
pearances for the time being. 

“It's nothing serious,” her 
husband, Clifton Daniel, as- 
sistant to the foreign news 
editor of the New York 
Times, said today. “She's not 
confined to bed. But obvi- 


ously, with a bad throat, she 
can't perform.” 


IN HOLLYWOOD. a Na- 
tional] Broadcasting Co, 


spokesman said scheduled ap- 
pearances there of Miss Tru- 
the George Gobel 

June 2, and on 
“Matinee Theater,” June 8, 
were postponed. 

Daniel and Miss Truman 
were married last month, 


India’s Health Minister Says: 


Aid for Schools and Health Is Struggle 


By Carolyn Bell Hughes 


“COMPARATIVELY speak- 
Ing we always get a raw 
deal,” but Rajkumari (Prin- 
cess) Amrit Kaur, Gandhi 
follower, was speaking of 
schools and health. The Min 
ister of Health for India and 
only woman in Nehru’s Cab 
inet continued in soothing, 
nonviolent tones, “The eco- 
nomic build-up must always 
come first.” 

Gathering a sari full of de- 
grees along the way the dis- 
tinguished Princess — hand- 
some in her “traveling” sari 
of handwoven, handspun lav- 
endar checks—chatted brief- 
ly at the Indian Embassy yes 
terday during her current 
visit to the United States. 

Her trip, sponsored by the 
Ford Foundation, will include 
such high points as “a morn- 
ing with Mrs. Roosevelt at 
Hyde Park;” a visit to Smith 
College where she will be 
given a degree, and a visit to 
the Western College at Ox- 
ford, Ohio, where she will re- 
ecive another degree along 
with her one-time United 
States counterpart, Oveta 
Culp Hobby, former Secre- 
tary of Health, Education and 
Welfare. 


FOOD PRODUCTION had 
to be given top priority to 
India, said the Minister, and 
Steel production and river 
valley projects come next, 
hut the first requests in the 
rural sections are always for 
schools and hospitals. 

After nearly nine years in 
her post, the Minister is per- 
haps proudest of the newly 
established All-India  Insti- 
tute of Medical Sciences, a 
post graduate school just 
opened in Delhi, built with 
funds from New Zealand. 

“Really they are even more 
backward than we are,” said 


* the London educated daugh- 


ter of a Rajah, when asked 
about her trip to Communist 
China last October. However, 
she was impressed with the 
spirit of the people, the vital 
women and the really good 
medical college in Peking. 
The. Princess was as posi- 


tive as a follower of the lead- 
er of passive resistance could 
be that there would be no 
violence between Pakistan 
and India over Kashmir. - 
Speaking of her four years. 


\ 


imprisonment during the 


fight for independence, she. 
said, “It was a rich expe- 
rience indeed.” 


LAST NIGHT as the honor 
guest of the Indian Ambassa- 


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. +. sari draped, health minded P 


dor and Mme. Mehta, the Raj- 
kumari was entertained at a 
buffet supper at the Embassy 
where she will be a guest 
until May 29. 

Carrying 24 saris — “six 
really evening ones and a few 


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gray-haired, dedicated wom- 
an in dharge of the health of 
India, will continue her tour 
of the United States next 
week. 


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dence Day. And guests got a warm welcome. Left to rights 
Ambassador Vicchi, Senora de Vicchi and their daughter, 


Malu. 


It Was a ‘First’ for Vicchis 


By Marie McNair 


MAY 25 in the year 1810, 
marked the revolution 
headed by Gen. San Martin, 
which gave Argentina its in- 
de pendence 
from Spain. 
Y esterday, 


the Argen- 
tine Ambas-. 
sador and 
Senora ae 
Vicchi cele- 
brated that 
146th anni- 


versary with 
a reception 


—— 


at the Em- ® ‘ — - r 
. McNair 

bassy, their Mrs — 

first big official party since 


they arrived to represent the 
new Argentine Government 
in December, 

The Embassy is in process 
of redecoration, I'm told, but 
yesterday it seemed perfec- 
tion, freshly painted with off- 
white walls in the upstairs 
drawing room. a _ soft-toned 
Aubusson rug on the floor 
and new draperies to come, 
replacing the white glass 
curtains and  gold-bronze 
draperies now hanging at the 
long windows. | 


AMBASSADOR and 
Senora de Vicchi and their 
daughter, Malu, who wore 
pale pink linen, stood in the 
smaller center salon, each 
with tiny blue and white 
rosettes—Argentine colors— 
pinned to their shoulders. 

The decorations were made 
by Senora de Rinaldini, wife 
of the Second Secretary of 
the Embassy. 


ALMOST all of the Chiefs 
of Mission of the diplomatic 
corps came to offer felicita- 
tions, some coming from two 
or three other parties, others 
arriving fgarly to make the 
rounds. 

A group that stopped traf- 
fic on the doorstep included 
the Panama Ambassador and 
Senora de Vallarino, the Bo- 


me 
SO 


They Il Fight 
For Their Due. 
Says Speaker 


By Eileen Summers 


“I'VE LEARNED that wom- 
en will fight for what is com- 
ing to them even if they don’t 
want it,”’ business consultant 
Dr. Cylvia A. Sorkin of St 
Louis last night told delegates 
to the annual convention of 
the D. C. Federation of Busi- 
ness and Professional Wom- 
en's Clubs. 

Dr. Sorkin, chairman of the 
career advancement commit- 
tee of the National Federa- 
tion. BPW, brought more 
laughs when she told her au- 
dience she’s learned that “a 
woman will work hard to get 
into a higher income bracket, 
then hire astax expert to get 
her out of it.” 


SHE TOLD the assembled 
career women that executives 
look for tact, commonsense 
and the ability to get along 
with fellow workers as_pre- 
requisites for promotion. She 
warned them. against “over- 
selling” themselves in inter- 
views, and against telling 
bosses they’re wrong—‘even 
if they are—and they usually 
are. Choose the right way to 
say it.” 

In her job as a personnel 
consultant she advises execu- 
tives, she said, to watch out 
for irritating mannerisms. 
“We all know men who jiggle 


' coins or weave back and forth 


while they dictate.” 

Dr. Sorkin is a member of 
the Defense Advisory Com- 
mittee on Women in the 
Services. She spoke at the 
opening session of the cqn- 
vention and was introduced 
by Marguerite Rawalt, na- 
tional president. , 


livian Ambassador and Senora 
de Andrade. Col. and Mrs. 
Robert Guggenheim, just 
leaving for various dinner 


parties, stopped to greet the 
Nicaraguan Ambassador, Guil- 
lermo Sevilla-Sacasa—also in 


“black tie,” and just arriv- 
ing. 
In the garden I saw the 


French Ambassador Maurice 
Couve de Murville and Pierre 
Millet, French Minister: the 
Ambassador of Cuba, Miguel 
Angel Campa, the Ambassa- 
dor of Afghanistan, Moham- 
mad Kabir Ludin; the Am- 
bassador of Iceland and Mme. 
Thors. 

Representative and Mrs. 
Clark Thompson were leav- 
ing for a steak dinner with 
Senator ahd Mrs. Lyndon 


Johnson at their home on 
Thirtieth pl. 

Upstairs were the Ambas- 
sador of Italy and Signora 
Brosio, the Viet Nam AmbDas- 
sador Tran Van Chuong, 
Major Gen. and Mrs. Leigh 
Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Sherlock 
Davis, the Ed Foleys and a 
hundred or two others. 


THE BRITISH Ambassador 
and Lady Makins, Mme. 
unthe de Morgenstierne, 
wife’of the Norwegian Amhas 
sador: Mme. Muniz, wife of 
the Brazilian Ambassador, 
and the Chilean Ambassa- 
dor and Senora de Rodri- 
guez, had all been first to 
Carolyn Nash's garden cork- 
tail party, in honor of Judge 
and Mrs. Homer Ferguson, 


See TOPICS, Page 20 


Mrs. Merriweather Post 
Receives Surprise Scroll 


MRS. MERRIWEATHER 


Post went to the Pan Ameri- 


can Union last night to wit- 
ness the presentation of the 
first National Symphony 
award to young talent, es- 
tablished in her name, and 
found herself on the platform 
receiving a surprise award 
herself. 

Members of the orches- 
tra, in gratitude for the 
Washington socialite’s gift to 
the Nation’s youngsters in 
presenting the free “Music 
for Young America” series 
April 27 through May 30, 
inscribed to her a scroll with 
“deepest respect and affec- 
tion.” 

Wearing a strapless after- 
noon dress of gray lace over 
blue satin, with a chinchilla 
wrap and pearls, Mrs. Post 
received the unexpected me- 
mento from Concertmaster 


—- 


Werner Lywen. Whispering 
an aside to Judith Burganger, 
16, of Buffalo, N. Y., winner 
of the first Merriweather 


Post award, she smiled and 


held the scroll high over her 
head for the audience of 2000 
to see. 


IN THE audience of con- 
cert-goers to watch Judith, a 
pianist, accept a year's schol- 
arship to Juilliard School of 
Music and $500 were her 
mother and her teacher of 
nine years, Mrs. Laura Kelsey 
of Buffalo. 

Judith learned from Con- 
ductor Howard Mitchell, who 
has described her as “a ma- 
ture artist” that she will have 
her fondest wish come true, 
an audition before Rudolph 
Serkin today. She will be- 
come the famous pianist's 
pupil for the summer if all 
goes well. 


Anniversary 
— ————aaed 


Holiday Party 


Jordan 
Celebrates 


IN JORDAN, Independence 


Day is celebrated “just like 
the Fourth of July”"—with 
parades, parties, picnics and 
firecrackers 


Last night in Washington, 
the 25th anniversary of Jag 
dan's Independence Day w 
the occasion for a reception 


given by Ambassador 
Mme. Rifai — with ch 
pagne, an elaborate buffet, 
and the cream of Embassy 
Row as guests 

Ambassador and Mmé. 
Rifai (she was wearing & 


striking gown of shirred, blue 
chiffon) greeted their guests 
at the entrance of the Empire 
Room of Hotel 2400. 


EARLY arrivals were Brit- 
ish Ambassador and Lady 
Makins. Before they left toe 
be hosts at their own dinnef, 
Ambassador Makins made ®s 


tennis date with Mrs. HH, 
Dayal, wife of the new Indian 
Minister 

For many years Leela Dayal 
was women's tennis chan 
pion of India. She still plays 
regularly. “Other womén 
have their creams, powders 


and rouge. I have my tennis,” 
Mrs, Dayal explained. 
Among other Ambassadors 
dropping by for the celebra- 
tion were Soviet Ambassador 
and Mme. Zaroubin, Ambas- 
sador of Laos and Mme. Sot 
vannavong, the Austrian Affe 
bassador and Mrs. Gruber, 
Iraqi Ambassador and Mme. 
Al-Shabandar, Ambassador 
and Mme. Zuneddine from 
Syria and Dr. Victor Khouri, 
Ambassador of Lebanon. 


INDIAN Military Attache, 
Brigadier P. C. Gupta, and 
Mrs. Gupta were a threesome 
with Soviet Second Secretary 


Victor Zegal. 
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ON THE RECORD of the. 


late Supreme Court Justice 
Brandeis re is no stain, 
no enna of a blemish, no 
from the most ex- 
acting standards of public 
service,” the Manchester 
Guardian’s Washington corre- 
ent yesterday told the 
ashington chapter of Bran- 
deis University. 

x Freedman, whe is at 
work on a history of the 
United States Supreme 
Court, shared the platform 
with Lewis H. Dembitz of the 
Federal Reserve System, a 
cousin of-Brandeis. 

Commenting on the inter- 
t of the late Justice in Zion- 
, Freedman said it was 


for him “the Sabbath of his 
life . . . But it is important 
not to misrepresent the place 
of Zionism in his life.” 


FREEDMAN recalled that 
Brandeis earned “the im- 
placable hatred of some men 
in high places” because he 
fought corporations “in a day 
when corporations liked to 
think of themselves as a law 
unto themselves.” He added: 
“All his life, Brandeis fought 
against what he called ‘the 
curse of bigness.’” 

Freedman shed light on a 
little-known facet concerning 
the decision of Brandeis at 
the age of 34, when he was 


earning $50,000 a year, to set 


a 


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aside enough to make it pos- 
sible to accept advocacy of 
a worthy case without re- 
numeration if necessary. 

“Throughout his life, Bran- 
deis was a generous but 
anonymous contributor to 
just causes,” said Freedman. 
“And it was his financial in- 
dependence that made this 
possible.” 


The newly elected officers 
were installed. They are: 

Honorary president, Mrs. 
William Chase; executive vice 
president, Mrs. Herman 
Hertzberg; vice president for 
Virginia, Mrs. Harry Litt- 
man: vice president for Sil- 
ver Spring, Mrs. Blaine Eig; 
vice president for Bethesda- 
Chevy Chase, Mrs. Victor 
Mayer. 


Town Topics 


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TOPICS, From Page 19 


’ fot long back from Manila, 


where Judge Ferguson was 
our Ambassador. 

This was a delightfully 
small party, under the trees 
and in the breeze. 

Mme. ‘Bonnet, wife of the 
former French, Ambassador, 
left early to dress for the 
dinner in her honor given by 
the Prench Ambassador and 
Mme. Couve de Murville, h-rs. 
Stanley Reed, wife of the 
Justice I met again at the 
Araeatiog Embassy, and also 
at both parties were Major 
Gen. and Mrs. William D. 
Connor, 

Mme. van Roijen, wife of 
the Netherlands Amb®<s2¢or 
was there, and former Am- 
bassador and Mrs. Orme Wil- 


I SAW Senator Theodore 
F. Green sprinting to Massa- 
chusetts ave. to the bus stop 
where he was picked up by 
Cornelius Engért in a cab for 
the ride downtown. 

Mrs. Thomas Kinkaid ard 
Mrs. James Gilman wh. le~< 
so much alike, weré fb °‘ 
there, and Vice Adm. ai 
Mrs. Calvin Cobb. 

George Williams said C oun- 
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James L. Houghtelint, Cler- 
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‘Pressure’ Charged to Diplomats 


By Jack Lotto , 

NEW YORK, May 25 (INS) 
Three Romanian diplomats 
were accused today of applying 
pressure on Iron Curtain refu- 
gees in the United States to go 
back to their Communist home-| 
land. | 

The activities of ‘the Wash- 
ington Embassy officials—part 
of a widespread Red campaign 
—came to light after disclosure 
that five exiles had réturned 
home under strange circum- 
stances this month. 

In Washington, Sen. William 
E. Jenner (R-Ind.), ranking mi- 
nority member of the Senate 
Internal Security Subcommit- 
tee, called upon the group to 
investigate the new cases. 

Jenner said: “We want to de- 
termine whether there has been 
the same pattern of Soviet 
pressure as in other cases 
which have come to our knowl- 
edge.” 


Trips by 3 Revealed 


This pressure had led to a 
Senate committee’s demand 
Thursday for the ouster of 
those responsible and a warn- 
ing by 
for Russia to stop 
pressure’ tactics. 
The Romanian Embassy of. 
ficials recently made trips to 
Cleveland, Detroit, Akron and 
other cities to spread word 
among escapees they would be 
“welcomed” back 

The State Department 
the three-had been given 
mission to make the trips. 
Leaders of the anti-Commu- 
nist exiles identified the offi-' 


. 


“improper 


said 
per- 


cials as Josif Dolezal, First Sec- ter Dulles said yesterday he visit the Soviet Union—a re-| Passports said 


retary of the Romanian Em.- 
bassy, Teodore Huc and Nico- 


President Eisenhower '| 


> 


fi 


“¢ 


Civil Rights Speakers 


Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt chats with Mrs. H. C. Foster, 
the former Autherine Lucy, on the speaker's stand during a 
civil rights rally in New York's Madison Square Garden. 
Mrs. Foster told the cheering crowd she expects to resume 
her battle to attend classes at University of Alabama. 


Soviet Bid to Air Force 
Brings Shrug by Dulles 


United Press 
Secretary of State John Fos-,States joint chiefs of staff. to 


attaches no great significance 
to the informal Russian invita- 


ported possibility—the invita- 


3 Women 


Quizzed on 


| 


Passports 


Associated Press 


The House Committee on Un- 
American Activities took up and 
held the passports of two young 
women yesterday over their 
emphatic objec- 
tions. 

A third young 
woman, Miriam 
Schwartz, who 
gave her ad- 
dress as Bronx, 
N. Y., also was 
\subpenaed to 

|appear with her 

| passport but 
‘said she had * 
lost hers. 

All three Seisclowicz 
young women cited 
grounds” and the First and 
‘Fifth Amendents to the Consti- 
trtion for declining to answer 
questions. 
| The passports taken up were 
'those of Sylvia Atkins, who) 
|gave her address as Brooklyn, 
'N. Y¥., and Mrs. Joan Ruth 
|Gainer, who gave her address 
ias New York, N. Y. 
| "Richard Arens, committee 
| counsel, said they had traveled 
ito Warsaw, Poland, last year to 
ithe “Communist Fifth World 
Youth Festival” although their 
“not valid for 
travel in Poland.” 

Miss Atkins protested that 


lae Rirvan, both Third Secre- tion for U.S. Air Force officers “ton wil be dealt with In aN “this is seizure of my personal 


taries. 

The Rev. Vasile 
American-born pastor 
Mary’s Romafhian Orthodox 
Church in Cleveland, said that 
on visits to his city last Octo- 
ber and this April, they used 
“indirect” pressure against the 
Romanian community there. 


Two Groups Protest 


Hategan, 


Two refugee welfare groups' 


~—the Tolstoy Foundation and 
the Church World Service— 
complained about the immigra- 
tion handling of Jerasim Lisow, 
70, of Philadelphia. 

These groups, which spon 
sored Lisow’s entry, said they 
weren't given an opportunity 
to interview him. 

(The Immigration Sérvice 
said that in the cases of the 
five who recently returned to 
native lands behind the Iron 
Curtain there was no evidenc 
of Soviet coercion, the Asso- 
ciated Press further bmi 

[In two instances, immi- 
gration official said, _ Russian 
Embassy officials did accor 
pany departing men to Idle. 
wild Airport. 

{Almanza Tripp, Deputy Dis- 
trict Immigration Director. said 
Lisow had expressed a desire to 
return to Russia to rejoin his 
wife, three sons and a daugh-'! 
ter. 

[Tripp said the Church World 
Service was notified it could 
have a man present when an 
immigration man interviewed 
Lisow. But Tripp added, when 
the interview finally was ar- 
ranged last Friday the Immi- 
gration man was unable to lo- 
cate CWS officials. 

[Tripp said the First Secre- 
tary of the Russian Embassy sat 
in on the interview. Lisow left 
by plane late Saturday. 

(The two men accompanied 
to the airport were Ermanis 
Liepins, 65, of Wallingford, 
Conn., who returned to Latvia. 
and Timofei Scherbakow, 61. of 
Paterson, N. J., who returned 
to Russia. 


Tells Why Two Left 


(Neither Liepins nor Scher- 
bakow had made a satisfactory 
adjustment to life here, Tripp 
said. “Both expressed a desire 
to rejoin families in their home- 
lands and said there was no ¢o- 
ercion behind their requests.” 

[Other returnees were listed 
as Theodore Klionsky, 65, of 
Brooklyn, who went to Russia, 
and Vasili Linca, 50, a Wash- 
ington State farmer who re- 
turned to Romania. 

[Tripp said the family of 
Klionsky, a naturalized citizen 
who came here in 1911, had re- 
turned to Russia in 1938 .and he 
wished to move back there to 
be with them. Lineca, he said, 
was ill and wishe@ to live with 
a sister in Romania.] 


jcee. by International 
ews Service 


Copyright 


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British Win 3-Mile Limit 
In New Soviet Fishing Pact 


LONDON, May 26 (Saturday) 
(P—Russia today called off her 
fishing feud with Britain. 

A new treaty was signed al- 
lowing British trawlers to fish 
within three miles of the Soviet 
coast—a special privilege they 
had held for 25 years until 
Moscow suddenly withdrew it 
last July. 

Ships flying flags of all other 
countries must stay oucside the 
12-mile limit, which the Rus- 
Sians claim as their territorial 
waters. 

The Foreign Office, in an- 
nouncing the new five-year 
agreement, said Britain offered 
nothing in return for the Rus- 
sian concession. 

[The pact admits British 
trawlers three miles from the 
coast in three areas in the 


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The Russian embassy said the 
invitation was telephoned to 


to attend a Soviet air show 
next month. 

‘Dulles said he understood 

Russia has issued “quite a lot” 
of invitations 
oficers from other countries to Defense Department. Gen. Na- 
attend Soviet Aviation Day ob-:than F. Twining, Air Force 
servances in Moscow, June 24, chief of staff, was invited to 
send “two or three high-level 
officers” to the Soviet’s June 24 
a3 air show over Moscow. 
Senate Republican Leader Wil-| Despite Dulles’ statement, the 
liam F. Knowland denounced Government has indicated it 
suggestions by some newsmen welcomes the idea of a U. S. 
that President Eisenhower in-\military delegation going to 
vite Russian leaders Nikolai A.|/Moscow provided the Soviets 
Bulganin and Nikita S. Khrush- de not attach any unacceptable 
chev to visit this country. conditions. 

Dulles was asked whether he Ofhwials at the White House 


ported.] 
Dulles’ statement came 


considered the Sov iet invitation and State and Defense Depart- 


to the U.S. airmen “too signifi-:ments have taken every oppor- 
cant a matter.” The Secretary tunity to state that a formal 
replied with a ‘flat “no. invitation to members of the 
He then added that if Rus- U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff would 
should invite the Unitedibe “sericusly considered.” 


Dockers’ Chief Court Rules 
Gets 15 Days |Reds Must 
For Contempt Pay Up Taxes 


May 25 ™#' NEW YORK, May 25 W—A 
president Federal judge ruled Thursday 
the U. S. Communist Party and 
its newspaper, the Daily Work- 
er, can’t escape paying taxes 
on the ground that the pay- 
ment would put them out of 
business. 

“No entity has a right to re- 
strain the collection of taxes 

. on the mere ground that 
continuance of such entity is 
threatened,” Judge Richard H. 
Levet declared 

The ruling cleared the way 
for the Internal Revenue Serv- 
ice to collect tax assessments 
from the party and its news 
Di paper. 

Levet denied motions by 
counsel for the party and news- 
paper for an order to restrain 


NEW YORK, 
William V. Bradley, 
of the International Longshore- 
mens Association, independent, 
was sentenced 
to 15 days in 
jail today for 
leading a strike 
last September 
in defiance of 
a court injunc- 
Lion. 

Bradley, 
charged with 
criminal con- 
tempt, also was 
ordered by 
State Supreme 
Court Justice S. Samuel 
Falco to pay a $1000 fine. No 
date set for Bradley to 
start serving the term. Donald C. Moysey, dis trict 

The strike lasted eight days, revenue director for lowe 


and caused an estimated ‘$3 Manhattan, from collecting 
further money to satisfy the 


million worth of cargo to be ;,, judgments. 

diverted from New York The judge said: 

harbor. The strikers lost an. “There is no inherent en 
i mae De in any organization to avoi 

estimated $2 million in wages. payment of taxes solely by rea- 
Di Falco said the strike “had son of the fact that it may be 

nothing to do with contract el . ns efforts 

ae os... Which will perforee cease if i 

clauses or any other legitimate neglects or refuses to. pay its 

labor-management controversy” taxes. 

but was directed at the New ‘A newspaper is subject to 

York-New Jersey Waterfront the same general laws of the 
. ' nited States as is any other 

Commission, which regulates 

longshore practices. 


industry conducted for profit 

The fact that the Daily Worker 

“Its calculated purpose was May be forced to discontinue | 
political, not BB econ vl to publication is a hardship which} 
force Government officials to 3 ae recon woes 
adopt a course of action desired The Communist Partv 
by the union,” Di Falco said. ‘charged it was being denied 


| 


’ 


Bradley 


was 


for high level Air Force headquarters at the. ° 


property.” 

Rep. Gordon H. Scherer (R- 
Ohio) replied, that passport 
was obtained by you by fraud 
. you should be prosecuted 
fo fraud.” 

Rep. Bernard W. Kearney (R- 
N.Y.) said he was “convinced” 
that Miss Atkins was “in abso- 
ae contempt of this commitee” 

nd he would so move. 

r eienle the women took the 
stand, Joseph Scisclowicz, 26, 
Minneapolis, student at the 
University of Minnesota, said 
he obtained a passport to go 
to the Warsaw Youth Festival 
last summer. 

Scisclowicz said he was not 
a Communist and went to see 
what went on. 

The committee has been in- 
vestigating what Rep. Francis 
E. Walter (D-Pa.), chairman, has 
called “misuse of American 
passports by persons in the 
service of the Communist con- 
bac racy.” 

“I presume you gonsider 
lvourself a loyal American,’ 
Kearney asked Miss Atkins. 
“Yes, I. do,” she said. 
| Kearney later said to her, 
“For your type of loyal Amer- 
icans I have only the utmost 
contempt.” 

Mrs. Gainer said the “atmos- 
phere” of the hearing “made it) 
impossible for me to discuss 
my travels ... without tending 
to incriminate myself.” 


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In It Is Stolen | 


DETROIT, May 25 ®—A car 
with a sick baby asleep on the 
front seat was stolen tonight 
in downtown Detroit. 

Mrs. Joseph Cupari 
police she had left her 16- 
month-old son, Gregory, in the 
car, while she stopped to pick 
up her husband at work. She 
was en route to a doctor. 

When she returned in about 
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Police put 50 men into an 
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told 


5 protection under the 

“To this contention the judge 
answered: | 

“No facts are shown in any) 
of the (legal) papers submitted 
here that other political par- 
ties have a like organization, 
like financial records and like 
sources of income.’ 

The Treasury Department 
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Daily Worker $46,047 in back 
taxes. ; 

After the Communist Party 
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ithey will have 90 days to peti- 
tion the U. S. Tax Court for a 
review. 


Barents Sea, less than half the 
area open to them under the 
old agreement, Reuters re- 
ported. 

[Britain herself adheres to 
the three-mile limit, and sharp-| 
ly contests claims of Iceland, 
Norway, and other countries 
that have extended that limit. 

[Russia had used the same 
argument against Britain as it 


did recently against Japan— 
serious concern over the dii- 
minishing stocks of fish. 

[The British Trawler’s Asso-| 
ciation welcomed the new pact’ 
particularly the return to the 
three-mile-limit principle, but 
said the pact “falls short of 
what we had hoped.”] 


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Photos by Jim Me. a.a and 
Associated Press 
Rep. James Roosevelt (D- 
Calif.) showed up at the Capi- 
tol yesterday wearing a sil- 
vered lapel pin which, without 
inscription, heralded his pref- 
erence in the race for the Dem- 
ocratic presidential nomina- 
tion. The pin was a replica of 
the famous shoe gole of the 
1952 campaign (see photo be- 
low). Roosevelt said the pin 
(shown above) has become the 
symbol of the pro-Stevenson 
faction in California. 


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The fanciful objects displayed by Mrs. Lloyd Benson (left) and Mrs. Frederick T. Kaumanns will be on sale at 
the Philippine Festival and Charity Bazaar today at the Filipino Embassy. It’s sponsored by the Association 
of Philippine-American Women of Washington and will be held from 11 a. m. to 6 p. m. 


By Norman Driscoll. Staff Photographer 


Shown at an art show yesterday, during which the nny a Saag 

park at 20 and I sts. nw., was named for James 12 aes “es the sie 
nag ee ee a L. Ray, president of ie eo Mite ok Whine 
he ashing = f Club; John A. Remon of the School today to raise play- 
National Capital Planning Commission, and L. sround funds, practices 
Morris Leisenring, former Arts Club president. his rabbit trick for the 


benefit of Cindy Davis, 6. 


UV. 8. Army Phote 

Glamorous Denise Darcel 
helps inaugurate the 

= Weekly Patio Dances at 
Fort Myer’s South Area. 
The programs will con- 
tinue throughout the 
summer, 


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David Martin, 16, an Explorer Scout from Alexandria, gives one of his homing pigeons preflight instruc- — Tommy Edenton of Scout Troop 413, Lexington Park, Md., showed Exposition guests how to barbecue a chick- 
tions before sending the bird on its way during ry 1956 Scouting Exposition at the Armory last night. en. The Scouts’ show ‘will continue at the Armary today from 2 to 10 p. m. } By Bob Burchette, Steff Photographer | 
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Md. Catholie' 
Schools Plan 


Integration 


By William H. Gilbert 


Stal Reporter 


First and second grades in 
Catholic schools in three South- | 
ern Maryland counties will be 
open to Negro students begin- 
ning next fall. The move af- 
fects ten Catholic elementary 
schools in Calvert, Charles and 
St. Marys Counties. 

The move was ordered by 
Archbishop Patrick O’Boyle of | 
Washington, whose jurisdiction 
includes the three counties. | 

The ‘Very Rev. Msgr. Philip 
M. Hannan, Chancellor of the 
Archdiocese of Washington, 
said yesterday the decision is 
“an extension of the policy be+ 
gun years back” and that “we 
regret cny association with the 
Supreme Court decision (in in- 
tegration) because it was taken 
on independently.” 

“Colored children will be ad- 
mitted if, of course, they make 
application,” he explained. 

Msgr. Hannan said the move 
involving the three counties 
was made at this time because 
of the Archdiocese policy “to 
continue at the first opportu- 
nity the policy followed _in 
other parts of the Archdiocese. | 
We felt this was as good a time 
as any.” 

Public schools in Calvert, 
Charles and St. Marys Coun- 
ties are all still segregated. 
Citizens’ committees are work- 
ing on plans. to integrate 
schools in the three counties 
within one or two years, super- 
intendents there said yester-| 
day. 

The National Association for 
the Advancement of Colored 
People asked Federal District 
Court to require the St. Marys 
County Board of Education to 
integrate its public schools in 
a suit, filed March 16. 

Negro and white students 
have been attending Catholic 
schools together in the District 
since 1949. 


Press Praised 


By Head of AMA 


CHICAGO, May 25 a—Dr./ Corp. of falsely advertising that I st. se. 


Elmer Hess, retiring president | 


of the American Medical Asso-|ing food and freezers saves 


ciation, praised the American) 
press today as “alert, respon- 
sible and top-grade”. 


Hess, writing in the current| get food at wholesale and in| 
Journal of the AMA, said heino case would savings over a R 


had found reporters courteous, | 
accurate and fair. He urged doc-| 
‘tors to cooperate with newspa-' 
pers and radio and television| 
station 

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Capital Airlines yesterday ad- 
vised 22 passengers who rode 
its polio virus - contaminated 
plane Thursday night to see 
their doctors about getting 
gamma globulin shots. 

Admittedly a precautionary 
measure, the messages stated 
that investigations made it “rea- 


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Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New 
York which are now linked as a result of 
the opening of the new Turnpike Bridge 


Governors Meet in Midstream to Open 


Delaware River Turnpike Bridge 


New Jersey's Gov. Robert B. 
Meyner shook hands in the mid- 
dle of a new bridge yesterday 
with Pennsylvania's Gov. 


George M. Leader in the course 
of a ceremony which formally 
linked the Pennsylvania and 
New Jersey Turnpikes’ just 
north of Philadelphia. 


The new bridge spans the Del-| 


aware between Florence, N. J., 
and Edgely, Pa., and with its 
feeder roads on either side it 
represents 


the Delaware River Turnpike 
Bridge and passenger cars may 
use its six-lane, 6571-foot length 
for 25 or 30 cents depending on 
the interchange from which it 
is approached. 

Linking of the two major East 
Coast toll roads will have neg- 
ligible effect on Washington 
area motoring habits, accord- 


an expenditure of! 
$27 million. Its formal name is) 


sonfably certain” the passengers 
had not been exposed to the 
spilled live viruses. 

At the same time, the com- 
pany deadheaded the contami- 
nated DC4 passenger liner 
from Flint, Mich., back to Na- 
tional Airport for a complete 
cleanup. A crew of decontami- 
nation experts from the Army's 


Washington Post and Times Herald Map 


across the Delaware River at Trenton yes- 
terday. Broken lines indicate route of pro- 
posed turpikes. Eventually, the network 
will extend from Chicago to Augusta, Me. 


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vee Saturday, May 26, 1956. 


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germ warfare center, Camp 
Detrick, Frederick, Md., was 
summoned to do the job. 
The drama began, unnoticed, 
Thursday evening when an air- 
line. employe at National Air- 
ing to the American Automobile; Coincidentally with yester-|port apparently dropped a car- 
Association whose touring serv-|day’s bridge-opening rites, a 65-|ton containing bottles of live 
ice will continue to route north-|mile-an-hour s limit on the polio virus. One bottle broke. 
bound traffic as before. Pennsylvania rnpike became | The plane was flown without 
The bridge provides an ob-'effective uniformly throughout! passengers to Baltimore, where 
vious shortcut, however, for its 327-mile length. This repre-| the leakage was noticed in mov- 
motorists planning preliminary|sents a 5-mile-an-hour curtail-|ing the carton out for delivery 
stopovers on either side of it)'ment over a. number ofito Johns Hopkins University 
prior to setting out for final|stretches where a 70-mile limit/for use in medical research. 
objectives to the east or west. has been held a big accident|Twenty-two passengers had al-| 
_ Cutting of the ribbon on the factor. ready taken off in the plane for | 
135 - foot - high span removed| At the same time, several|Pittsburgh before the. accident 
the final barrier on an integ-| nickel increases in the tolls be-| was discovered. 
rated system of superhighways|tween various interchanges on| The airplane was grounded 
connecting the East and Mid-|the Pennsylvania road, which/|in Pittsburgh and, on directions 
west. The Pennsylvania Turn-|were to have become effective | of Dr. Jonas Salk, developer of 
pike already connects with the! yesterday, were postponed in-|the killed-virus polio vaccine. 
Ohio Turnpike which feeds into | definitely. 'washed down with chemicals. It 
Indiana’s East-West Toll Road,| The new bridge is beingithen continued to its destina- 
the initial 50 miles of which is | coupled with a projected deep-jtion, in Flint, Mich. 
scheduled to receive its firstiening of the Delaware River| Decision to advise the 22| 
‘traffic on June 30. By late fall,|channel from Philadelphia|passengers to seékK Ahé polio-| 
it will be possible to drive from |north to Trenton in chamber of|protective gamma/* globulin’ 
the East coast to Chicago with|commerce campaigns inviting |shots was made after consulta-| 
nothing more formidable than new industrial expansion of the |tion with Dr. Salk and United 
a toll gate in the way. iriver valley. States Public Health Service of-| 


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FTC Accuses Renaire 
Of False Advertising 


The Federal Trade Commis- 
sion has accused the Renaire 


its “Renaire plan” of purchas- 


housewives food money. 
Participants in the plan, the 
FTC complain charges, do not 


reasonable length of time “pay 
for a TV set, remodel a home, 
pay for a vacation, buy an auto- 
mobile, or pay for a freezer.” 

The Renaire enterprise, the 


are your friends and|FTC said, is a combination of!lation of the Federal 
if you are frank and honest!11 separate corporations that'|Commission Act. A hearin be- | 
with them, they in turn will be|are in effect the joint busi-| fore an FTC examiner is sched-| the liturgical choir of 40 men 
iness of eight individuals. The uled for July 17 here. 


said, Shortly after the secident 
Boys’ Choir was discovered, the 19 company, 
Investiture 
Set Sunday 


employes, the crew members 
and those involved in moving 

The first annual investiture 
of The Little Singers of St. 


the carton, were given precau- 
Peter’s, the boys’ choir of St. 


tionary shots of the polio-fight-| 
ing derivative of pooled human 

Peter’s Catholic Church, 2d and 

‘C sts. se., will be held Sunday 


blood (gamma globulin). 
at 4 p. m. 


| The Rev. Maurice King, the 
Renae, with misrepresenUlog| pastor, wil invest 10 boys a 
‘money-wise and value-wise and Choristers and six boys as pro- 
‘the extent and nature of its|>ationers. Joseph Richard Ran- 
‘operations. It lists 12 adver-|court, choirmaster and organ- 
tising claims as false and in vio-| ist, will present the boys to the 


Trade | pastor. 
Music will be provided by 


3800 Gain in Doctors 


CHICAGO, May 25 #—The| 
United States gained about 3800 | 
doctors last year, the ..merican’ 
Medical Association said today. | 
Licenses for 7737 new doctors 
were granted, but 4000 doctors 
died in 1955, the AMA said. | 


Renaire Corp. of Washington, 
D, C. has headquarters at 101 


| An official of the Renaire or- 
‘ganization said yesterday that 
‘Renaire “supports every claim 
‘that it makes in its advertis- 


The FTC complaint charges 


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“WHE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD . 
24° Saturday, May 26, 1956 


TAKE IT from Nat (King) 
Cole: Performers get a spe- 
cial thrill when they appear 
before the President. 

7e was 
more nervous 
up there to- 
night than I 
was when I 
broke into 
the business,” 
said Cole. 
This conver- 
sation took 
place in the 
small hours 
of the morn- 
ing, follow- ‘surent 
ing the White House Corre- 
spondents Association’s din- 
ner for the Presidents. 

Cole was standing in a 
Sheraton Park Hotel corridor, 
surrounded by newsmen. He 
was explaining: “I had those 
butterflies ‘way down here. 
I couldn't have been more 
nervous if I had been going 
out to fight tigers.” 

Cole’s fears, however, dis- 
appeared as he came on 
stage. The mewsmen and 
their guests received him 
with a long crescendo of ap- 
plause. He was eight ars 
into his song before the crowd 
stopped the applause. 

Nat’s delayed reaction: 
“Very special and very won- 
derful.” 

THE MUSICAL oddity of 
the year went almost unno- 
ticed at the Correspondents’ 
dinner. President Kisenhow- 
er marched out of Sheraton 
Hall to a standard, stirring 
rendition of “Hail to the 


Chief.” 

The square version of the 
number was led by Dizzy Gil- 
lespie, the nation’s top dis- 
ciple of cool, progressive 
jazz. 


CLINT WALKER, better 
know as “Cheyenne” on War- 
ner Bros. Presents” (ABC, 


rsa adc and Welovinkon. 
Presidential Encounter 


Can Awe Even a ‘King’ 


By Lawrence Laurent 


Today’s TV Preview 


1:45 p. m—WTTG. Dugout 


p 
| Chatter: Bill Gold conducts 


_ this pre-gamie show, featuring 
_ interviews with baseball play- 


| ers. 


2 p. m—WTTG. Baseball: 


’ Washington vs. Boston. 


WMAL-TV, 7:30 p. m., Tues- | 
days) will be in town next | 


Wednesday and Thursday... 
CBS has picked three lovely 
and able members of its 
Washington staff to work at 
the political conveniions this 
summer: Berryl Denzer, Har- 
riet Culley and Nancy Hansh- 
man. They'll circulate through 
the convention halls and 
feature tidbits and persuad- 
ing delegates of both parties 
to go to the nearest CBS 
news camera-or microphone 
for an interview ... Traffic 
Court,” will be heard on ra- 
dio beginning Friday. The ra- 
dio version of the WRC-TV 


program will be broadcast at | 


8:30 p. m. It’s on WRC-TV at 
6 p. m., Saturdays... Jack 
Paar, late of CBS-TV, be- 
comes a disk jockey on ABC- 
Radio, starting July 2. He'll 
have two new, Monday 
through Friday, programs... 
Eric Severeid, chief Wash- 


ington correspondent for CBS | 
News will be guest of honor | 


at a luncheon: meeting of the 
56th anniversary convention 


of the American Booksellers | 
Association at the Shoréham | 


Hotel on Tuesday. Sevareid’s 
latest book, “Small Sounds 
in the Night” (Alfred A, 
Knopf) arrives on the book- 
stands in June. 


TWELVE READERS tele- | 
Mrs. | 


phoned to say that 
Yvette Curran missed a ques- 
tion on last Sunday’s “The 
$64,000 Challenge.” All 12 
were correct. She said “The 
Quiet One” when she should 
have said “The Quiet Man.” 

Producers of the “Chal- 
lenge” played back a record- 
ing of Sunday’s show and dis- 
covered the error. As a re- 
sult, Mrs. Curran and de- 
fending “champion” Mary 
O'Donnell will. be rematched 
Sunday night (CBS, WTOP- 
TV, 10 p. m.). 


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6:30 p. m.—WTTG. Teen 
Talk: Alan L. Dean, “Ideal 
Father of the Year,” is a 
guest. 

7:36 p. m.— WRC-TV. The 
Big Surpise: The woman from 
China who is an expert on 
the Brooklyn Dodgers, and 
the ex-Scot, who knows all 
about pirates, each face ques- 
tions worth $20,000. 

7:30 p. m — WMAL-TV. 
Ozark Jubilee: Webb Pierce 
emcees the country music 
show tonight. 

8 p. m—WTTG. The Eve- 
ning Movie: Robert Cum- 
mings and Susan Hayward 
star in “The Lost Moment.” 
An American publisher, in 
search of valuable love let- 
ters, finds romance and mys 
tery when he moves into an 
eerie mansion in Venice. 

8 p. m.— WRC-TV. Perry 
Como Show: Ozzie and Har- 
riet Nelson, the Carl Perk- 
ins Trio and ventriloquist 
Clifford Guest are guests. 

8 p. m—WMAL-TV. Grand 
Ole Opry: The DeMarco Sis- 
ters, the Junior Kentucky 
Briarhoppers and Minnie 
Pearl, head the cast. 

8 p. m—WTOP-TV. Jackie 
Gleason in “The Honeymoon- 
ers:” Ralph’s advice on how 
to get a promotion backfires. 
His pal Norton (Art Carney) 


| finds himself jobless. 


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8:30 p. m — WTOP-TY. | 


Stage Show: Guests are Ei- 
leen Barton, vocalist, George 
Kirby, comedian, and Sally 


phony,” in which twelve dogs 
are seen. 

9 p. m—WMAL-TV. Law- 
rence Welk Show: Alice Lon 
sings “Wayward Wind” and 
Larry Dean solos- with “Hot 
Diggity.” 

9:30 p. m—WRC-TV. Jim- 


my Durante Show: Guest star | 


Marilyn Maxwell takes Jim- 
my to a psychologist to dis 
suade him from his intention 
of quitting show business.” 

10 p. m.—WRC-TV. George 
Gobel Show: Mr. Hamish 
(Howard McNear) decides to 
run for political office. 

10:30 p. m—WRC.-TV. Safe- 
way Theater: Washington TV 
premiere of “Brief Ené@oun- 
ter,” staring Trevor Howard 
and Celia Selineen. 

10:30 p. m—WTO P-TV. 
Damon Runyon Theater: A 
gambling empire will be lost 
unless its political backer is 
re-elected to the city council. 
Jack Carson stare in “Broad- 
way Dateline.” 

11:15 p m.—WTO P-TYV, 


Walter Winchell 


.. OF NEW YORK 
Mr. and Mrs. Broadway 


This observer has witriessed the agony of actors and’ 
actresses involved in flops .. . The gnawing frustration—tight- | 
lipped. despair—is a bleak and shattering experience... The 
following memos are submitted—with the hope that the tem-| 
porarily defeated will find con-?~——— rita 
solation . . . Ethel Barrymore) | 
struggled through two decades audiences, listening to them 
of failures ... Oscar Ham- laugh, watching them cry, than 
merstein’s zero period endured you'll ever see. Don’t tell me!”) 
almost a dozen years ...Tal- After the picture was com- 
lulah Bankhead’s search for a pleted—it was shelved... Most) 
click lasted fourteen... Julie of the executives considered’ 
Harris’ luck was so sour she it inept... Months later MGM 
appeared in eight consecutive genius Irving Thalberg looked 
fizzies ... In the theater the at it alone in a projection room 
Humpty-Dumpties always out-|.. . He studied the flaws and 
number Cinderellas. edited them ae ; nag wong ee. 

The $400,000 “Ziegfeld Fol-\Tetakes . . . Result: For her 
lies” (which had to stop for performance in mS Sin of 
revision) adds another ironic Madelon Claudet” Helen won 


touch to the saga of showman #" Oscar. 
Florenz Ziegfeld ... Once No,| The satisfaction stars derive’ 


The Late Show: “The Steel 41 man in the Girl-Show Dept from luxury is exceeded only 


Helmet” stars Robert Sutton |... 


Although his name was\by the anxiety motivated by) 


and Gene Evans. A wounded (synonymous with hits and ex- fear that the happy dream 


sergeant helps accomplish 


travagance he died broke ... might end swiftly. It ended 


an important mission in |During his final impoverished quickly for John Gilbert, once 


Korea. 


Memphis Gets 
Evangelist’s Apology 


MEMPHIS, Tenn., May 25 
Evangelist Jack Shuler apolo-| stardust’ magic in “My Fair 
gized today for saying Mem-'Lady”... 
' phians drank $200 million worth triumph, however, had its ori- 
of beer, wine and whisky last 


year. 


| Shuler said a check showed during the first rehearsal week’ 
consumption actually was’. : 
slightly less than $32 million,| Moss Hart devoted 48 hours to 
but said that amount “is exactly coaching her privately ... They 
and Joe Novelle, an unusual |32 million more than God's will rehearsed, rehearsed, rehearsed 


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i\days Ziegfeld couldn’t promote'a silent screen titan... But) 
/money for a show ... After he was dropped when fhe mov-) 
‘his passing—executors of his'ies began to make noises .. . 
‘estate were offered miniature The despondent star phoned 
‘Fort Knoxes for use of the John Barrymore and threatened’ 
‘title: “Ziegfeld Follies.” | suicide. | 

Drenched in silver bright-| Barrymore rushed over and 
ness Julie Andrews radiates lashed him with: “I hear that; 
you've been making a damn 
fool of yourself. Over what? 
Don’t answer! I'll answer for 
you. All because you lost a 
job. My God! Do you think the 
world turns on the importance 
or unimportance of a ham? 
Well, it doesn’t! I had a grand- 
mother who went broke for the 
tenth time when she was 72. 
Did she bump herself off? No. 
She had guts. God bless her! 


Her twinkling 


gin in a form of tyranny known 
as Hard Work... She had ex-) 
treme difficulty with. her role 


Consequently, director) 


and rehearsed ... Every line, 
every song, every inflection, 
every movement... Again and 
again and again... Without 
and little food—Hart 
guided, pleaded, reprimanded 
. With terrifying intensity 


It makes me sick when these 


with heads in the clouds after 
a taste of notoriety; but at the) 
smallest setback to their egos 
they put their taffy-coated 
skulls in their precious hands 
and begin wailing.” 


they poured their talent and 


.. Out of that crucible 
came Charm and Laughter... 
\And the fiery bursts of Star- 
dust. 


Helen Hayes’ decision to ap- 
pear in a film is happy news 
. » « Movies will again be en- 
riched by her diamond-bril- 
liance ... She renounced movie- 
making after her first experi- 
jence with Hollywood .. . Main- 
ly because studio brass con- 


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| | (#—General Motors President|quarter—“and we usually re- field,” and added this was|A 17-man committee today 
ae SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1956 Bond Club Harlow H. Curtice said today| gard the spring period as a/mainly because competing firms sought stockholder support for 


their drive to oust the manage- 
Capital Commerce After Trip 


that though Americans are now |time for rising sales,” hee introduced their 1956 car : 

buying fewer automobiles than) “We encountered a _ very models first. eer + i Hobie 

_ Francis C. Hunter was elected jn 1955 “we will still have a'sharp decline after April 1,”| Curtice said he based his pre-| The group, calling itself the 

Overbu in ee = me ae — Club of very good year—the third best/Curtice continued. It was bé- diction on 5.8 million car sales Independent Stockholders 
y £ ey o in our history.” cause of this buying lag that/“in the belief that business in|COmmittee, said it wants to 


eeting and outing yesterda “ 
J acob son N amed ] 4 eee ane’ st the Bethesda| Curtice told some 3000 stock-/GM was forced to cutback pro-|the last three months of 1956 iF Pay Ba yen Sse 
s Lacking, est” and. that its firs stm 


Country Club. holders at the annual meeting! duction scheduled for cars and will equal that for the same) would be to obtain “statements 
He succeeds in the Buick-Oldsmobile-Pon- trucks for the middle 6\months period last year.” ‘of intent” from V-C sharehold- 


; i > ' Robert T. Nor- tise assembly plant here “the of 1956 to about 75 per cent of, America’s auto firms sold ers. 
Manager of D GS Talbott Sa ys > am. man of Auchin~ American economy would ap- last year’s rate. Tapproximately 22 per cent of, In a letter to all stockholders, 


loss, Parker & pear at the moment to be sub-| Curtice repeated today his|their total production—roughly/the group which includes Vir- 
| The consumer knows his own Redpath. ject to divergent trends.” recent prediction that Amer-|1,750,000 cars — between Octo-' ginia’s former Gov. John S. 
By Alexander Henderson pocketbook best and isn't over- as Hunter, |& But though consumer spend-|ica’s auto manufacturers prob-| ber and December of 1955, with| Battle said the corporation had 
Stef Reporter ‘buying on the credit cuff, Philip) 4 : veteran of 28 ing is down, Curtice said, sales ably would build a total of|GM leading the field with 980,-'been deteriorating in recent 
Isaac Jacobson has been appointed general manager of Dis-|M. Talbott, senior vice presi- j a nae of heavy good industries—like 5,800,000 passenger cars this' 000. years under the present man- 
trict Grocery Stores, Inc., effective June 1. He succeeds Robert! dent of Woodward & Lothrop, investment Gm’s airplane engines and | year compared with the record; Curtice, in answering a stock-|agement,gearnings have been 
Hardy who resigned last week. Samuel Klein, president and told his fellow retailers yester- | witb hls. . diesel motor divisions—“are|7,400,000 in 1955. ‘holder’s question, stated that/falling “at an alarming rate 
chairman of the board of the cooperative, who announced the | day. ’ enter resi o ry operating, at very high levels, | Curtice said his estimate'GM did not overproduce last/since 1951,” sales have declined 
appointment, will continue in : ———“!  Talbott—“Mr. Retailer”—was ; b sd eM rill higher than a year ago. “will be about 20 to 25 per year when it built a record to-|and profit margins were among 
his present position. .. ,_'honored at an informal. _| Washington branch o & Be Curtice admitted that con-\cent lower” than last year’s|tal of 44 million passenger the industry's poorest. 
Jacobson was a leader in or-|@ New eastern sales region in. nome luncheon at e Lynch, Pierce Fenner cane. sumer goods, not only autos,|/but “by comparison with any'cars. He replied further that! The group seeks to get rid of 
ganizing DGS in 1921 and|charge of H.H. Murphy Jr. The statier after a 12,000-mile “Dative of Savannah, Ga., -~ “but housing and certain others years except 1955 and 1950 it|“the number of cars that can four of the corporation's 11 di- 
served as pres- , calle i region includes Washington. ...|swing through the South and attended the University of ae being affected by a con-|still may be considered a very|be sold in any one year de-|rectors, enlarge the directorate 
ident from 1930 ‘ii i \Roy Ww. M Jr. has been|the Southwest. He visited 16 Georgia and the aan cae O*\ traction in consumer spend- good year.” pends very largely on the con-|to 13 and put its own slate of 
to 1944. He op A ae 2 ie ‘sieteelien «2 president  citie in a three-week tour as manne tke oo > 1047 ine ing.” | He said production cutback’ fidence the public shows injsix, including Battle, on the 
erates his own © ae lof Canada Dry Ginger Ale Inc.| president of the National Retail| “5. 4:3) of officers climaxed. He said the setback occurred was necessary because GM the product. ; ‘board. 
cpg peg gd | ... Leonard D. Griffiths, vice) Dry Goods Association. the Bond Club’s field day. Nor- 
aS sand Gee mame |president of Fanny Farmer| He came back to report that) 1, parquhar of Alex. Brown 
Inc., at 1288 Sth “4 F |Candy Shops, has been elected | business men have “nothing to . cn. was elected vice presi- : 
spor in Nor- ins |* ‘iTector of the company. feat in either the immbdiate OF dent and J. Newton Brewer of Make the DOUBLE DISCOVERY DEAL 
hate tecehaath . me i “mace ad term as Rouse. Brewer & Becker was 
‘to Wash. a National Mortgage “6 yg i h ” SRDGA T ibott | Made secretary-treasurer. 
came 0 Directors of the National 244 of the | nA, seine In addition to the officers, 
ington in 1914 t assed along these observations ; ‘ f 
T warhed @ Mortgage & Investment Corp.™ | & i] o"* the following were elected to or your 
— . have declared a dividend of 18, °° Dis home-town colleagues: =the club's board of governors: 
a grocery sales- ‘ th ferred stock; ° While consumer debt ISinon Childres¢’ of Johnston 
man until he enlisted as a pri-/Cemts on the preterred Stock) ow higher than ever before,; ...on & Co and George Gal- 


ayable Jun kholders ' ; : 

lpg Bg Page Be Of record, May 31, Dividends|consumer credit never has icher of Bache & Co. 
Tdutenant paid since 1939 have been on| °¢®™ ee . sail 85; More than 350 securities 

At its organization the DGS|account of accruals nr ta eel pt es Pr brokers and their guests at- 
chain had 17 member stores.|thereto on the old cumulative) *)° t jud a at how much nded the annual outing, 
At present it has 300 members | Preferred stock. As all arrears | °© ait ‘ 8 as 104 Ger cont whicn concluded with a dinner 
and it also serves 1500 cash-and-|have now been paid and the|/“i°@* to rons a oe P and awarding of prizes. Mock 
‘ ustomer stores. The|Present issue is non-cumulative|°f cumulated savings, con stock exchange trading, golf 
lg business volume is| the dividend is at the rate of 5 sumer debt is not out of ear and horse shoe tournament 
about $15 million annually. per cent annually on the $7.00 ° se ap agente gp erg a were among the day’s high- 

Jacobson is president of Adas/|P4r value. eee th with hon me cities lights. 

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Israel Congregation, Connecti- . in size in the last 10 
eut ave. and Porter st. nw. He Store Sales Gain ca" — me A il P fi 
also takes part in various civic| Retail trade in metropolitan|” e Retailers should take an r r oO it 
activities. iene ig ~ igh in ~~ Pp active interest in politics. They 
ip ended May 19 increase periwon't get “in dutch” with cus- Of 4 h 
Who's News cent over the corresponding tomers. because the public ad-' out ern 
Capital Credit Corporation|1955 week while sales in the|mires and respects those who 
has selected Gordon H. Le|downtown group held steady, take a stand and face issues. Railway Dips 


Grande to head its new braneh|the Federal Reserve Bank of; ¢ The leveling off of savings 
office, the Alexandria Credit Bu-|/Richmond announced yesterday.| shows confidence, not fear. Peo- 

_reau, in theIn the Fifth Federal Reserve |pie are willing to buy goods’ Net income of the Southern 
Doniphan/District which the bank serves,!and services to make living Railway Co. in April was $3,226, 
building, King|sales at stores in 11 leading’ more comfortable. 239, as compared with $3,281,- 
and Columbus/area stores were 12 per cent) Talbott, who was elected 679 in April, 1955. For the 
sts., Alexandria| greater than in 1955. Other|president of the Washington first four months of this year, 

William |percentage comparisons with|Board of Trade while on his. net income of the Southern was 
Martin, presi-jthe respective 1955 periods|/business survey, returned to $12,525,111, or $4.43 per share 
dent of Pepsi-| follow: receive a testimonial. District of common stock. For the sim- 
Cola Bottling yk. to Jan} t?|Commissioner Robert E. Mc-| ilar 1955 period, net income was 

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Co. of Washing-| Metro w mates D. C. rs + Laughlin presented him with a $11,282,610, or $3.96 per share 

ton, yesterday bere aa © Reieds —} lcitation as an “outstanding of common stock. 

announced the phe 5 t} |business and civic leader of The Southern's gross operat- } 

So Geenie oe emerge ge Ae . & average +3 jour community. jing revenues in April were 
o . Fo * | $23,087,395, as ri 

as merchandising manager .. .| Mergenthaler Dividend [Baltimore Markets $24,124 185 in April. 1955. Der P 
, August J. Dessimoz has been; Mergenthaler Linotype Co.| ‘ing the four months ending 
named vice president of B & B\ yesterday declared a dividend oft Recipe 200 we USD 
Catering Service in charge of/of 50 cents a share payable $57, class cattle sold to establish & revenues of the Southern were 
food operations . . . Braniff In-| June 26 to stockholders of rec- changed. odd lots, mostly commercial $93,646,888, as compared with + 


ternational Airways has created ord June 12. loads, utility and commercial bulls aver. 520,812,414 for the correspond- 
14 Ibs. 16.50 ing period of 1955. 


_ CALYV None. Quotations nominally : 
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wneet eta Sip il road reported net income for ONLY 4 DAYS LEFT IN THIS GREAT SALE! 


» 180-250-lb. barrows April totaled $1,761,085 against 


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its at 19.00 
merican toc = oe OULTRY— Market quiet. Offerines' $1,739,110 a year ago. In the 
gt ; 5 . 
were no fresh “arrivais reported, Pew first four months of 1956 net 
ryera 80 or 25026 ent - . : a 
Associated Presse type hens at 30. Demand for all slaneste income was’ $4,472,893, equal . FOR ONLY 
(100) Wigh Lew Close Chg. on ity. Other erades|$1.57 a share on the common 
Total sales, 840,000 shares; trot’ mas’ ee _# f sales to report) stock compared with $7,336,915, 


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year ago, 789,270, Kirk Miner | | BOCS— Market unsettled. Prices ‘4 OF $1.55 a share a year earlier. 
™ ™% large brown and medium|.. Other earnings reports follow for the 
(108) Wigh lew Clese Chg Shere ‘7% te | cess sarrent receipts continue in good saree men ne sndes March 31 (unless . 
~ tn Ea . demand, while demand for craded eggs | O'>*TWise stat ' 
; one mt te continues light Receipts moderate un. a theme Steres Co. year ended March e 
ertone adout steady , 
Ship a “ ’ Prices paid hy ‘ . receivers. —— , 1956 ; me 1955 ™ 
. ered {66. Baltimo: cases includ Met profit - 88.334.564 8$7,015.128 
, ae %| Larese, m om 6 . sality |&, Share sa 5.46 4 86 
es. ~ i 2 rown and mixed . + 1 Co six months ended 
: 5% “<i 42. a , ianuen 60 per cent A) se: ine ; $2 335,847 $1.585 967 
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aes in cartons mostiye 9 cents higher wn ~ © areas Ce. four montirs 
| Receipts. 3500 cases by truck. wet »income $1.786.841 $781.252 
share 213 
| 7*pes-Treer Coal Ce. 12 months ended : 
fet ince $3,212,518 §2.228.418 Delivered equipped with automatic transmission . . . fresh-air heater, defroster 
" ‘ c ins United Stat " 
ma =I bace ended March 310°" Ce., three months 
1 N pmcome $409.469  $325.587 
| The de- ended Apri 1 neeber Ce. six months lighter ... oil-bath air cleaner .. windshield washer. 
these averaged higher than on orevinn.| man 1956 1955 
Me Wem Wilders, The remaining eraser "hela Avauases “°— S84862 8075.19 
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. years ‘ago, is ft van ihieei herr” 1.0 iy ism tame fe| Tone Be wos 8 iu det t 5 i should be made some- 
ee ee . ged. Volume totaled 2,570,000 tat i x ‘3 Sim iv Hem 3 Tweet cect kB wy w+i| BUFFALO, N. Y, May sae saabe a the Nation's eco chal is 
| P 2 a 1 s 0% ilable to m C. Alexander, & 
: date, 552, trong rally, | chan th 2,600,000 yesterday had | Nerwies TxL Gil hat more avai r, Henry C. : 
595; 1955 to 96,581,663. | K May 25 P—A & l mpared wi ’ , uced dividend, —oO-— —U-— wha be made cheaper, ht. ' 
rregular | co f a reduce 3 S3M— % % Wh+ % it should not id here tonig 
954 to date, 1 : | NEW YORK, 1 stretch of irregu ileo, on news o seventh 1 05 53% —1%4 $ 1% 1 — %| but it s & Co. sa 
: and a in a Ph ; hares and was Ohie Edis 2? 2 Udylite th 7 3% 33% 33% IP Morgan pat 
ma ™| a bad sinking spe ft the stock market t over of 22,600 s f 3% at 22. On oe 3.0 ” 41% 0% M%+ % Underwd .?5e ; % 6. /man of J. a. is not in the? 
an " ments left Bae) tock with a loss o Ohie Oi B0e 37% a7— | pe nceae 23 ‘2 4+ 4) rhe difficulty is | rities 
decal annem babe h | most active ste mouse appliance (ees «| ok 25% 25% er Se Gwe Ser Dl in the de- te with the Secu 
| ixed pattern today. ket took its fifth | news that Westing lumbus, oN Ges 148 )0~«|63 5% | +m oF 1500 4811) 115 t of money but in certificate cove 
Jones Stocks | mixe e the mar ong | Despite field and Colu Ot ;. SM 52% 1a, | Ue Carbide ‘nm mM 2% |cos lity.” he de- e Commission 
_ On average, he week but am ction at the Mans ent ahead (Glin math s 1 115% 195% T19%6+1%4) Bo Caley oe * 2% 27% f its availability, '& Exchang 8.500, class 
YORK, May 25— Close Net Ch. tback of the were | produ limbed 35 per c ‘ir Mt A. 11% 11% 11%4.....108 flee 1.00xd 107% 18%— %| gree oO . the issuance of 578, 
Low straight se , and losers lants had c t 52. Se 33 , 450 = 758 108% h before ering iss shares 
Open = High 68.01 47249 —1.02 es the winners Ohio, p his stock lost % a Oliver os nme es ft Un EI pf 110 83% 83% ‘clared in a speec | n shares. The 
me oe Sn Se oe oo leading issues t ided | f prestrike levels, t hatever to the | Giver “— 7 4% 42 A2%+ le Ei pt 3.58 S57) 5% ST+2% cla of Commerce.| A commo blicly at $10 
rails $166.35 168.93 “8 6.13 —0.20) retty evenly divided. t the start. The | OP was no reaction w ’ H. |@ts Elev ‘te 57% 50% Ste +290 | Ge ou Cal 2.408 15 177% 124% WS +™ | Buffalo Chamber that re- will*be offered pu 
ses. 17147 17235 WheS 17075 ~08| P market was higher a inute in | There GM President Harlow Outs MEM me 7s (78 —,""| Un Pee 8 S Ws 35 e+ He recommended d each, the company said. 
striate, 308.400; rallreads, 102,900, high-speed Sor unannetions as gains en | Curtice that co Y eeeeenaien in consumer |r ie ie 3 os ont oe tc ie 8 iat %|Straints on a that funds will lic Steel to Build 
pdarekanans | re stats enaee all divisions, Then profit- | being affected by a co Oxf Pap. pt as oe any ~s Hoe the ta enggr inte: ing under standards Republic Republic 
a n | to 3 poin ion | Oxf - Unit Airc 1 1% +1 lhe ava ' king. AND @Q— 
- ' Close hg.) f° y touk effect. line was | spending. as the strongest such act ‘ 1% Va) Unit Aire pf 4 i"5 on + %) ood and prudent ban + wore inna ill rebuild four 
oe) oe _ oe before noon @ oe “gon | The early a it looked for a while as if the Pac Am Fish S00 : 10% Hg 20%... | Unit Sate = 5 2% nu + aioe o credit-worthy forces “4 Steel Corp. ve ovens at its 
| e ly gains " k an way. Pac Coast 1.50g a. 3534+ “a Unit ™ $7? 3? —1% for tion an ries of coke 
ee J nd most early gi arly | this wee at last under way 5 35K 35% Carben 2 -. ae n, distribu batte ’ rogram 
o% @4+ under way anda 2 points. By e ited rally was fairly (Pe fin 2 % 58 58 1% Unit a a production, | land plant in a p 
L 10 32 a le 1%— % anged to around 2 po ing and | long-awa ost divisions were Pac GRE! 2.48 22 3% 38%..... Un Carr F 7% © mption. Clevelan ly cost about 
vend 8 : an oo 6i%+! | Losses r ver, prices were churn ; | At the close, m ere well ahead of Pac its 2? 4 oe 47%) 47%4.....\ Un Cig Wh .17e 4 fe Me MH % consump d of the big com- which eventually an. 
ine 4 a er tt it) afternoon, however, to the close, | but the steels w Cop- | pee mils : 195%%.....| United Cp 20a ose © ul The hea he April ‘Ni the company 
62 19% = d that way irregular, a point. 7198 136% 135% sc $8 indorsed t million, 
7a—1¥ rket staye as noted tions to over Pac TAT 7 43 144 +3 | Unit $4 6 2%... ial bank in 
f te 617 se  - % the ma improvement was | ame by frac I 6 mem 1 Unit €i Coal 1 M%e— | merc al Reserve ced today. 
4 Mer 3 UM m a | although some slight imp | the en were firm. prices oe } s ™% ~ od Ve! Unit Eneer se ieee, . %+ “i action of the Feder increases | noun , 
oo. ME «@” « ~Ys| as the session oat ss average of 60 stocks a the Ameriean Stock Exchange mam te a oe 441 ~y ts ‘0 @ ae me Bt Board in ee 2% PeTlty § Rubber Meeting 
Millis 18 — %! re a , . Poh 12%+ "Va | 3% 3M iscount ra le Be ‘ 
2 1% 18 The Associate ‘with the indus ular. 2) 13% 17% | = = 62 8% in the disco 3 ited 
4%e— Ve $177.40, ‘wit lso were irreg United States |p, oi set 30% 30%— vs Un Gas 1  % e+ win the istricts and to ORK #®—Un 
100 | ah ae a. declined 20 cents to the rails down | al: bonds were lower. he- |Poram Pict 2 . 25 30% 40% S0%— %| Unit ind <p 68 Vy se S8--cleent in 10 distric | NEW ¥ need 
oar ee ‘ys et | dec nent up 10 cents, the Corporate rese-in the over-the- Parke Da 1.802 35 51% a iehtm awe m— ve © t in two others. ‘States Rubber Co. annou , 
lee 3a 6% 7i%— % trial compo he utilities down 40 cents. Treasury obligations Pork fest 70h ‘nn ‘ta 6%... |e PM CC Min Hi 15% % M%+ % percen not.” Alexander State ; stockholders meeting 
weet Dit 18% ier Me 30 cents and the tive stocks there were ter market. jae te tie 1 me eh mokles me Th sae |, Popular or | ‘the Federal a special sto voting on 
1 20 2 a ...| the 15 most active ‘0 un- | coun Parting Min 1.20 8 4% Te— % US Freight 22 1 St? | declared. “I think Bg June 29 for 
7% 82% Among lines and two Che. 43 3% 31% 0 12 64 8% declared, licy.| on ompany 
s pt 4.25 = . me mh dvances. five decline (108) Wigh Lew Close Penn Dix 1 15%.....| US Gypsum 14¥9 178%) 174¥9—114 | re was right in its po rmit the c 
, ; a 8 15% 15% yes pf 7 — r18 174% ‘Reserve was rig in whether to permi A 
Ce 3% 3% 3% — % eight adva . 49%— % Pens Tex 1.48 3% 2% 26% |. us yes 1.20 53 1% 19% 1%... | Re fas wrong only in rtible bonds. 
vind ta 18 «1184 1%) (100) High Lew Close Chg. WSPAPER ¢ pal 2 4 38%) 39% e+ % Penney, IC te 18 rr 4% (14%... US Weft pf 4. 17) «616% 16%+ te) being more vigorous a | statement sent to 
Kid 1.68 22 M% MY ) y bh 4 38% 57% 51% of work 20 : 0% 8% BY... Pa Pwhlt 2.48 ’ see tare 104%e— V2 US Lines 1.58 32 62 = =62%+ | cooner when the mA holders said c raisin 
st ae om am ole ee a = ' is © 6 ln Gen te nee —Ve| USPipeF 1. 20axd 1% 41%q— a9| SOONE steam. bably require rai 
ee 1% 2% 2% ie ta 20 42% 41% ‘building up , of|will pro ee ditiona 
Sirs 3 18 Pres 6% 6 — We Chi wt "9 1 7M } AER b+. an 14 200 % S1%— %/ US Plywd 107 52% 3% St — % ‘bi the tightness million in addi 
= ‘tn ae 2 + Shieh Cet ie ™ ime ein emits te need oe Sevy 19sts. 150004 tei es pee 270 165% 185% 185%— 4) Describing he said, “many | $50 to $60 
Chal wi ‘ 5% 3S) (Oo = Me Chie a 75 128% 128% 45%e+ % Peoples Gas 8 21 — % US Rub pf 8 14 59% 58% S8%+ 1%) urrent money, he said, “n e funds. 
. . oo 1 27%e— % Chile Cop 45% i Cols i29 “WS 248% ...| US Smelt 2.500 2% 534+ %'C made. Som | 
Wn Tite Hye Hane eae aa ote ae lela aM a ae ay. w/U5 eet of 0s wane ae shen clare being declined, not for lack RKO Adopts Merger 
Leatd | 100” seite 108 Tutt ‘Fics tae be ma om a ar oe | Pretiter er : ae “oy V4 | US Tob 128 " his 17" m— 4) are redit-worthiness or propre . Del., ‘»—Stockhold- 
a " 7 ou ng ” Cities Sve —- a am Ie ve+ S Pizer ae sites m% S75 and be Str 2 " es 1% m mi vom = SS, but because of the tight-| ¥*y --™ Pictures Corp. ap- 
2% 2% City tevest . 48%—— Va) Pfizer Nl 81% 60% 4 , % % | , ers oO 
Artin § See $5 a2 3% We % Ci Prod 2.58 4 @% Ye— Me Phelps BD 2.050 37) 3Tve— Ve Ue Watipap 1 27% 27¥2 27+ Ve) ss of funds. r of their com- 
2a § Ti ‘ 2% City 7RM By 2 : Phil el 100 § 3% 1 | Un Walip of 50% —\ ness ; who is less proved merge into 
Mv 1% iCity Str 1.40 ve & +1 | Phila i a a i S$ 1403 2 50% 58 ‘| “The borrower | 4 other firms in 
Br see tee 18 tie Hatt, Clark Eeuip 2 " ph El pf 4.48 20% 15% ,19%— Ye! Unis 2 68% HS 14K! «(The d, who has not! pany with four ial meet- 
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Cor pf 1,75 42%q 42a— Me Cle Me .S0e 20% 20Ye+ *9) peill Pet 3 12%+1%9 | a . on | tedep rs. He suffers P - ’ merger plan 
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4 2% 28% “ c ve '. e Seees eeee Can 6g MC — %| ’ ss 0% 3. Van Raal 1. T% 47% @7%— %& ! ” \was . cent 
y ‘ s7%+ Liesid “ Lites, L 4 38% 32% 37% Pit CokehC ta 3% 394+ % Vonad Ce te 31 647% — %| dit-worthy. oF - ore than 90 per 
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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES, HERALD : : | | 7 ay couse Contident Living 


scree Rev. Paul Hi salar F aces ‘Challenge of Suburbs Tithing Raises 
‘gs $40 to $400 


By Norman Vincent Peale 


How you use your money has a-great deal to do with 
what you get out of life. But the secret is not in getting 
and keeping money, but .n giving it. We all want and need 
enough material blessings to live effectively and to do 
constructive work in this world, ° 
and it is no sin to have money. 


Massing of Colors 


Slated at Cathedral 


The 28th annual Massing of|Order of the World Wars, will, Suddenly the box gives out 
the Colors at the Washington bring greetings. with a clank and a click author-| 
Cathedral will take place ans Chaplain (Brig.Gen.) Frank jtative enough for starting a' 
day at 4 p.m. A. Tobey, Deputy Chief of Army| nuclear reaction. But Mr. Hunt- . 

The Rev. Dr. C. Leslie Glenn. |Chaplains, will read the lesson.| er seems ‘oblivious. | | 
former rector of St. John’s'_ Music will be by the United’ The box is not an infernal’ . 

Episcopal Church, Lafayette|States Marine Corps Choir. | machine. It is a telephonic de-| (gums 

sq., now a research fellow in bay he says. pe engin 4 min-| y | 
human behavior at the Univer- ute prayer and later repeats it 
sity of Michigan, will preach. Rev. Merrick Resigns to any subscriber who dials; 

Uniformed marchers bearing To Take New Post. a 8-6667. 

400 flags of military, veteran,| The Rev. Ivan E. Merrick Jr., pe e course of an hour the| 
patriotie and civic organiza-\rector of Christ Episcopal - "eee a into action eight) 
tions will proceed into the Ca- Church, 620 G st. se., has ag aaa . 7 soon get used to it 
thedral behind a U.S. Marine|signed to become rector of St. tat oA notice it,” 
drum and bugle corps. \John's Episcopal Church, North a6 —. th ti 

Col. James B. Jones, USA ret.,| Adams, Mass. PR of Ari . i ao 
as grand marshal, will direct; His resignation will take ¢.; telables +h w gs a 
the presentation of the colors.|effect June 10, when the Rev. tom ¢ Je a rege groves; 
The Very Rev. Francis B. Sayre| Richard A. Norris Jr., a fellow tinuine poate Mme in feltneal 
Jr.. Dean of the Cathedral, and|at General Theological Semi- infiltration is going on. How! 


**minister; never meant to go in- 
é is father was 
ee ee oyd Hunter, 
Lt ad ‘editor of the Christian Intelli-| 

ta gencer, Reformed hurch) 

rae weekly, a broad-minded man | 

who let his children go to the! 

|Congregational church because 

it was nearer. (It was there, in 

|'River Edge, N. J., that Mr. 

|Hunter met his wife-the for- 

/mer Leone Clark) 

But until he was 21, he was 
“in rebellion” against the idea 
of the ministry. “That's the one 
thing I was not going to do,” he It’s not money, but the love of 
says. Two years at various jobs, money, that is the root of evil. 
in construction, in a metal-pro-\ when we jearn the art of giv- 
ducts factory, doing church | ly Ath 
surveys, changed his mind. He '"8 money, a ogee 
graduated from Hope College, it, we are really “_ — 
Holland, Mich., in 1828 and) Where in this world. ae 
New Brunswick (N. J.) Theol-| There is an amazing law 0 
ogical Seminary in 1931. supply, and through it the best 

His first preaching was to sea- things in life will flow to you. 
farers—in the Church of the This law is taught and prac- 
Sea, the chapel of the Ameri- iced under the name of ‘tith- 
can Seamen’s Friends Society, "8. and its amazing result is 
West st., New York. He worked ‘described in this passage from 
there two summers. He recalls the Bible: “Bring ye all the 


oe * > > . > . es . 


By Kenneth Dole 
Btaff Reporter 


An innocent-appearing grav-' 
metal box sits on a table in the 
study of the Rev. Paul &. Hunt- 
er of the Rock Spring Congre- 
gational Church, Arlington. ; 


can't support my wife and 
child on that.” 
“T think we can correct that 
situation,” I told him. - 
he asked incred 


I told him about the law of 
supply and of receiving throug 
giving, and explained that, the 
practice of tithing means. giv 
ing 10 per cent of one’s income 

“Ten per cent!” he exclaimed 
“That. means I would give 

week!” 

“It will be far and away the 
best investment you will eve 


the min 


Col. M. Robert Guggenheim, nary, New York, will become 
Commander of the Military'summer interim minister. 


ae Catholic Catholic 


can a church minister to a com-'| 
‘munity where man’s self- suf-| 
ficiency, evident in fine homes! 
‘and appurtenances, 


tends to | 


' make men forget there may be! 
a greater power? 


the services were followed by a 


of a custom that has become 
widespread since the war. 
Before coming to Rock 
‘Spring Church, he candidated 
lin 24 churches—Presbyterian 


coffee hour, perhaps the origin * 


tithes into the storehouse . . 


saith the Lord of hosts, if 
will not open 
of heaven, 


blessing, 


be room enough to receive it.’ 


‘eon erewith, ™ 

nd prove me now h i | selfishly, 
you the windows 
and pour you out a 


that there shall not ©Y®'y 
; church. 


make, and as you give it u 
it will stimulate: th 
of supply by releasin 
creative capacity. ~ Sc 
week give $4 to. th 

and something “els 


law 
your 


besides: 


not only give God 1 
per cent, but actually giv 
Him 100 per cent.’ 

“What!” he almost shoute 

“By that I mean give you 
self, your love and service 10 
per cent to God.” 

Finally, I got his promige t 
practice tithing and live i 
harmony with the law of sp 


was Ply. Today, his tithe is. 


ae wnt eae Hunter Tithing has usually been taken 
to mean the givin® of 10 per 
cent of your income to God's 
work, although that is a mini-| 
mum. I have personally seen 
this law result in the spiritual 
and material remaking of many 
persons. 
For example, years ago 

knew a young man whose mar- 


riage was failing. He 
failing in his employment and times greater because his | 


in himself, too. When he came SO™E has increased ten time 
for consultation, he was filled He is one of the most effeetiy 
with depressing negativisms and inspirational personaliti¢ 
He talked negatively and dully i" his community. His ho 
about his problems.. Then it life is wonderful and he ts 
occurred to me that the law the highest sense a succetsf 
of supply could solve every- $i a He og i TSE 
thing for him, so I asked him,|#"¢ be gave himself—ang 
“How much do you make a "24 @ rich return. After @ 
week?” . money; indeed all wealth, 
| “Porty dollars.” q God's and if we use it and i 
7 vest it as competent steward 
.in harmony with His laws; t 
result will be creative. 
| c . 1956, Hall Syndicate, 


EVERYONE IS INVITED 
to attend the 


18th ANNUAL 
MILITARY MEMORIAL MASS 


ad THE REV, PAUL R. HUNTER 


.. pastor of Rock Spring Congregational Charch, Arlington 


The Amphitheatre 
Arlington National Cemetery 


for 


Our War Dead of All Wars 
SUNDAY, MAY 27th, at 10. A. M. 


he said, “an 


Divine Cruth 
Spiritual Essence 
of Manifestation 


Subject at the - 
Almas Temple Auditorium | Polish National Church 
1315 K St. N.W. 
Sunday, May 27, 11 A.M. 
Dr. Arthur Jay Green, Minister 
Church of Divine Truth and 
College of Mental Science 
7426 13th Street N.W. 
Phone RA. 6-1313 


Ex-Circuit Rider 
To Retire Here 


One Hundred Military and Religious Organizations 
Will Lay Wreaths at the Unkown Soldier's Tomb 


The Mass Will Be Celebrated by 
RT. REV. LEO J. RYAN, 
“P. A. VICAR GENERAL, 
' DIOCESE OF RICHMOND 


‘Lutherans 
A. Wilcher, To Organize 


The Rev. Elmer 


ST. FRANCIS 


POLISH NATIONAL CATHOLIC 
Bethlehem Chapel. Washington 


Cathedral 
36th and Woodley Road NW. 
Rev. S. Kaminski (JO. 1-2273) 
Polish Mass 11:00 AM. 
Nursery During Service 


as 
Sermon by 


MOST REV. PHILIP J. FURLONG, 
MILITARY ORDINARIATE 


— Pawittown Evangrltral and Reformed Churches” 
CONCORDIA GRACE 


Twentieth & G Sts N Ww Fifteenth and © Sts. NW 
KOCH ROBERT W. OLEWILER Minister 
9:40 AM.—Church S8rtrool 
11:00 A M —Morning Worship 
Nursery 


ing service. 


CHURCH OF TWO WORLDS 
2460 Sixteenth St. N.W. 

H. Gordon Burroughs. Minister 
5un., 7:45 PM —Hesalin€g; Service 


8:00 P M.—* 1s ™ GOD'S PLEAS- 
TO GIVE You 
THE KINGDOM NOW 
(There will be @ 6p Memorial 
Flower Service on this occasion.) 


Rev 


Buses will leave 11th St.. between Pennsyleania Ave. & E St. 
at 9:15 a.m, 


sery oa irine service 


, 
rciasé 


Virginia 


Arlington Bivd. at No. Geo. Mason Drive., 


BETHEL sev. rium y. Anstebi. Pater 


9:30 A. —11:00 A.M.—"THE NATURE OF GOD” 


an old4time circuit rider who 
horseback to preach in three Vi aC] 
churches each Sunday, will re- ienna 1ure 
tire pastor of the North 
Church at the end of the con-' Vienna, Va.. will be orgatiiz 
ference yvear in June. as a unit of the American bu 
A reception for him and Mrs.’ eran Synod Sunday at 4 p. 
church this Sunday between 4 Vienna. 
and 6 p.m : Principal speaker will bé ti 
Mr. .Wilcher began his min- Rev. John R. Houck. chairms 
served charges in West Vir- ern District, American Lut 
ginia and Maryland before com-\eran Church 
ing to the North Carolina Ave- Forty-five persons will 
He will continue his. minis Since last Novemberst 
try as assistant pastor of Ep- group has held Sunday; . 
worth Methodist Church, 13th vices in Copp’s Garden Rbo 


used to travel 30 miles on 

Carolina Avenue Methodist) Emmanuel Lutheran Chur 
Wilcher will be held at the in Copp’s Garden Reo 
istry in Bath County, Va., and of the Mission Committee, Ea: 
nue Church 15 years ago. ceived as charter members, 

st. and North Carolina ave. ne., under the guidance of Chasla 


Presbyterian 


1795 1883. 1947 


Dreshyterian 


says, “present a great challenge | oe on igen yg te a 
to a SA veawa te tan i i Sell ‘There were 59 members; it was 
‘ ‘ \during the depression. The de- 
at work acquainting people) /nomination turned down an ap- 
with God and principle. When nlication for a brilding loen 
people told him, at the begin- because there didn’t seem to be 
ning, that his church was “pit- | p much future there 
lably” small, he didn’t fee] that, ie SS a le -m | Now it owns three fine brick 
way. It was enough for him Stat{ Photo | buildings and membership has 
that the members had “a very 'passed the 500 mark 
good | spirit” and the church The many years of struggle 
new the | ns we gee ~ oma \have brought out the rugged 
ng & pac er church... ‘Scot in Mr. Hunter's makeup 
It's turned out that way. '“This church is my life,” he 
The “prayer phone” is only a P a 
symbol of the innovating spirit called “phenomenal.” A com-| The church was the first to | 5475 
at Rock Spring Church, which mittee of 30 volunteers put injhave a “concomitant worship 
goes back before Mr. Hunter's! 609 to 100 hours a week conduct-| Pt 0 gram,” which Mas been (} ] Si 
time. ‘ing reading hours (3:30-5 p. m.|Widely copied. “Concomitant” lap ec ite 
sou j te nae Sees W&S Monday-Friday, and Sunday) means that ss pee ve school 
started a library which experts | morning). mending books and/Sservices are held along with D i 
Jt mney The 5000 books | dual church services. e ication 
‘circulate at the rate of about}, ogee pg Re Bees | 
1200 a week, Fines and’ contri-/Roc pring Neighborho S| d S d | 
1 butions from the Ladies’ Guild House, as the minister says, ate un ay 
buy new books. “has put the church squarely | 
A cooperative nursery, one|!Mto community life.” All sorts); The University Baptist 
of the first in the area, opened /°f 9rganizations meet there,/Chape] at College Park will 
in 194 sometimes as many as eight at dedicate its recently acquired 
|once. They include two-citizens’| building site in a special 11:45 
|associations, three units of the a. m. service Sunday. | 
‘League of Women Voters,) The property is located east 
seven Scout groups, a home of Colesville rd. on the South 
demonstration club, garden|side of University Lane near 
club, bridge club, two dancing the University of Maryland 
classes (ballet and modern), | campus. 
and church groups. Participating in the service 
_-The man behind all this, the will be Edward Fox, president 
BET is of the District of Columbia 
‘National Spiritualist Baptist Convention; John 
Allen, chairman of the steering 
committee at the National] 
Memorial Baptist Church, spon- 
sor of the chapel: C. T. David 
Jr., president of the chapel’s ex 
ecutive committee; and the pas- 
tor, the Rev. Preston C. Dodge. 
Now in its fifth year, the 
chapel will continue to hold 
regular services in the Univer- 
sity’s Horticultural Building 
| pending erection of its perman- 
lent home. 
a 


Greek Orthodox 


in 


NATION. AL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 


AIR CONDITIONED 
Connecticut Avenue and N Street, N.W. 


ELSON JOHN J. RICE 


EDWARD L. R 


——— 


Christian Srience 


Theod ore Schaefer, Organist and Chotrmaster 
AM.—M 


“THE OLD ROAD TO A NEW “WORLD” » Dr 
Guest Preacher 
Broadcast at 7:00 PM. over WOOK-AM 1340 and WFAN-FM 100.3 
00—]2:15—Church School 
Buses N-2 12 and Cars 40, 42 | stop in front of church. 


Cheny Chase Preshyterian 
CHEVY CHASE CIRCLE 
MORNING WORSHIP. $:30 and 11:00 A.M. 
a> ERELY YOU RS’ Mt Ludwig 
outh Gre 6:] j J 
CHU RC “H  eamnoL-6:4 30 me 11:00 AM. 
W. Pan! Ludwi M ini ster Maldwyn A. Devies. 
Associate Ministers Harold W. Dickensheets. 


CHURCH OF THE PILGRIMS 


Gift of the Preshyterians of the South to the Nation's Capital 
On the Parkway at 22nd and P Sireets N.W. 
Ministers: Andrew Reid Bird, D.D., James G. Graham, &.T ~ 
9:45 AM.—Sunday School. Nursery During Morning Servic 
11:00 A.M. and 7:45 P.M. Dr. E. T. Thompson, Richmond, Virginia. *preazh- 
ing Doth services 


Jack Angerman. 
Minister of Music 


During the Reconstruction of the Historic 


Georgetown Presbyterian Church 


7704 
Founded 1760 


“CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: 
ITS HEALING MESSAGE FOR MEN 
AND NATIONS” 


A FREE LECTURE 


by 
FRIEDRICH PRELLER. C.S.B.. of Berlin-Dahlem, Germany 


Fa) — ™ 
Mother Church, 


Mass. 


nber of the Board of Lectureship of The The 


heat ¢ 
iris, w« 


len! , rh R . 
sSTLSi, 1h DOS l, 


In the Presidential Room, Hotel Statler 
SATURDAY, May 26, at 12 noon 


Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist, Washington, D. C. 
Cordially Invites You to Attend. 


ST. SOPHIA GREEK | 


ORTHODOX CATHEDRAL 
36th and Mass. Ave. N.W. 
Very Rev. Aimilianos Laloussis. Dean 
Rev. John T. Taviarides. Asst. 
Matins 9 until 10:30 @.m. 


Divine Liturgy 10:30 until 12 
Sunday and Holidays 


STS. CONSTANTINE 
AND HELEN 


4115 16th St N.W. 
Rev. Thomas J. Daniels, Pastor 
Rev. Demers G = aris 
st Pasto 
Saturday Evenine Vespers. 7:30 
Matins end Divine Liturgy. 9-30-12 


‘Unitarian 


Russell Cartwright Stroup. D. D.. Minister 


THE CHURCH'S TEMPORARY HOME IS 
OLD ST. LUKE'S CHURCH 
nsin Avenue and 35th St. N.W. 


y yen 


hip Sermon: “A NIGHT WITH NICODEMUS” 


THE NEW YORE AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN 
13th and New York Ave. N.W. 
George M. Docherty, D.D. Minister 
The Rev. K. Warriston McCracken, ‘Associate Mi 
we lam Watk ins, Organist Stephen H. Prussing, Dir. of Music 
9:30 A.M.—Church Sch ages. 


- 
The Rev 


fre reat 


, . 
yy... 


CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES 
AND READING ROOMS IN 
GREATER WASHINGTON 

—— 3 Le Reieye Pity dhe alba of 


SUBJECT OF LESSON*SERMON MAY 27th, 1956 
“ANCIENT AND MODERN NECROMANCY 
ALIAS MESMERISM AND HYPNOTISM 


“The great end in religious instruc- 
ur tf as 07 


ay 
strengthen the powr u 
Wilia: - Eliery C han: iy 


‘ 

ALL SOULS CHURCH 
Sixteenth and Harvard Streets N.W. 
Minister 
A. POWELL DAVIES. D.D. 
11:00 A.M.—Morning Worship, 
Sermon by the Minister 
“Religion and the Needs ef Youth” 

9:30 AM.—School of Religion 
° 45 A.M—Aduilt Classes 
“The Case fer Retncornstion” 
Mr. Hesch Lenn Ca 
“ Aesthetle ypeecs in Commanity 


fanning. 
Chicethiel Smith 


Shuttie bus eperated on Sundas 
morning before and after service 
from Harvard 8t ntrance. 
where ample parking is availacie 


A.M.E. Zion 


JOHN WESLEY 
A. M. E. ZION CHURCH 


National Church of Zion Methodism 
14th and Coreeran Sts. N.W. 
E. Pranklin Jackson. D.D.. Minister 
11 A.M.—Spirit-of God—Dr. Jac#son 
8:00 P M.—Rev. Benjamin E. Coz 


New Jerusalem 


THE CHURCH OF THE HOLY CITY 
16th St. above Q N.W. 

Rev. William F. Wunsch, Minister 

00 Church School 

10:15 Adult Bible Clete 

11:00 AM—"LIVING ON 


ee atid munan apart 
MEMORY ONLY? 


nr 
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- 
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living in «Centerville, Va., Edward J. Kroenckeé, o&t 

a house he built himself, )Veterans’ Administration. ! 

: On June 17 the Rev. F 
Unity 5 


Lampe, a member of #h 
UNITY 


t _— 


be installed as permages 

c : 
Member of Unity Ministers Assoc. certified as a “package mis#io 
' $15,000 to stabilize the chir 


year's graduating class at Ca 

New Colonial Hotel pastor. 
Bun. 10-00 AM.—Bible 8 hool and will receive from the d 
budget over a five-year peripd 


ital University Seminary, Ww 
Row Feidt. Minister—DI. 17-3436 The congregation has 
MEMBRANCE” nomination a subsidy inclu@i 
liated Wi th : 
Siem xe | JACK WYRTZEN 


5-0801 


Unity School, 
Ann Sandefer. Minister; JU. 
SUNDAY. 11 A.M. 


BARKER HALL, YWCA 
17th & K Sts. NW. 
10 AM Su School 


10ay 
7) 


| A 
“A VRASSADORS FOR CHRIST” 
Nurse for Chiidre! 


Lutheran 


Lutheran 


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sfors: Dr. Lawrence D. Folkemer, 


Pa 
Dr. Oscar F. Blackwelder, Pa 


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) and 1] 


. M.—Children s 
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8.00 PM.—"GIVING GOD WHAT 


Church of the Reformation 


212 EAST CAPITOL STREET 


tor Emert 
{—"GOD IN THREE DIMENSIONS.” Dr. Folke 


riooe, Associate 


nister of Muste 


Reo. Donald W 
tus ettle Zadbat - M 
mer 
lal 


wr ES 


TT ee 10 SPEAK ON BOAT CRUISE 
YoU GOT.” Monday, June 4, 7:15 Pi 


~GRACE LUTHERAN 


4300 16th St. WN. 


THE WILSON LINE 
LUTHER PLACE 


Call Washington Bible College for 


2:30 nd 11:00 A M— — ere or GOSPEL” The F 
: of _ aps MEMORIAL Reservations—HO. 2-1733 


Thomas Ctreie 
4th &4 NN, NW 
At The Luther Statue 
Rev Welter B. RP Drees. D D.. 


J. Victor Murtiand, , ene 


Morning Worship 
° 60 and 11:00 AM. 
“ALMOST A HERO 
Dr. Gerhard E Eee 


GOOD SHEPHERD 


Bracco Rd and Luray Avenue 
Alexandria. Virginia 
Rev. H. J. Wuebdbens 


8:30 & 11:00 AM.—Morning Worship. 


AUGUSTANA 


V and New Hampshire N.W., 
Pastor Clarence L. Nelson 


ann (Glas > | 


DENOUNCED” 


Golden Text: Revelation 21:7. He that overcometh shall inherit 
all things; and I will be his God, and he shall be my son. 


CHURCHES 
Washington, D. C. 
FIRST CHURCH 
Columbia Rd. & Euclid St. N.W 
SECOND CHURCH 
3160 Pennsylvania Ave. S$.E. 
THIRD CHURCH 
13th and L Sts. N.W. 
FOURTH CHURCH 
3505 16th St. N.W. 
FIFTH CHURCH 
38 3ist St. N.W. 
SIXTH CHURCH 
4441 Wis. Ave. N.W. Sun. 
4510 42nd St. N.W. Wed. 
SEVENTH CHURCH 
1302 Rhode mune Ave. 
E] GH ITH CH 
2nd & nee at R. L Ave. 


NE. 


Tom A 


8:00 P.M.—"LIFE WITH A COrPERENCE” 


SIXTH KENNEDY STREETS N.W. 


ROBERT N. OERTER. JR. NED E. RICHARDSON 
9:30 A.M.—Church School for all aces. 
9:30 and 11:00 AM.—"FAITH AND FELLOWSHIP” 
Nursery through Primary during Worship Services 

6:30 P.M.—Jr. and Sr. Hi Westminster Fellowship 
7:30 P.M.—Young Adult Groups 

Wednesday. 8:00 P.V.—"THE HOUR OF POWER” 

S-2 Buses stop at the door 


1906 H St. N.W. WESTERN C. Stewart McKenzie, Pastor 


9:45 A.M.—Sunday School. 19 
11:00 A “THE RELIGION OF POWER” 
6:30 P.M.—Westminster Fellowship, 7:00 P.M.—Singles and Doubles 
Wednesdev,;7:00 P.M.—Mid-Week Service 


MARYLAND 
BRADLEY HILLS Washington. Heights 


Now meeting in North Bethesda Jr. High School, Johnson Ave. & Ewing Dr. 

REV. LLOYD G. BROWN. Minister 

Church School—9:3) A.M. 
11:00 AM—Worship 


TAKOMA PARK Maple and Tulip Aves. 


Ministers: R. Paul Schearrer, Daniel C. Buchanan, William Montgomery. 


9:30 and 11:00 A.V.—"DESIRE AND DESTINY”, Dr. Schearrer 
@:30 and 11:00 A.M.—Church School, 7:00 P.M.—Youth Fellowships. 


VIRGINIA . 
THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 


Cariyn Spring Read and Nerth Vermont &t. tp Artingten-—JA. B ip ~ 
George oe Yount. Minister. Robert A. 5 Fm tt, t Minister 


9:30and11:00A.M.—"TOCNGS OFF THE ALTAR”—Mr. ‘Yeu ines 
§:30 and 11:00 A.M.—Church School—6:00 P.M. Youth Groups. 


Old Prefbyterian Meeting Houle, 


wilt in 1774 
g4t South pore oe + artes Visenna 
ns me sb ge ing G. PHIFER, » ae “ 
A. M.= Cherch 11:00 A. M.—Moraing Werthiy 
oe peck Nosthey Through Juaies Department 


6100 A, M.—Church 
and &. Lincoln St. 


ARLINGTON REV. JAY WARREN ROWEN, Minister 


Columbia Pike 
| ‘Worship Service & Church School—0:30 & 11:00 A.M. 
Sermon Titie—“BUT IF NOT” 


— 


Docherty 


SIXTEENTH AND 


SOUTHEAST UNITARIAN CENTER 
Sultiand Commu aa? Hall 
Silver Hill Read. itland, Mé, 
11 AM ~~ ong Worsh! 
The Service from Al) Sous’ 
transmitted by special wire 
10:45 A.M.—chool of Religion 


- Self-Realization 


Swami ~ 
Premananda 
of India : 
Sunday at 1! a. is 

“BEYOND 3; 

THIS LIFE'S 
Pailecss hy 


atte = F oo 
ny. Lorus” 
REALIZATION. ene URCH 
on-Sectarian 


burch 
The Rev. Walter G. Mars. 
t. Pastor 


Virginia 
FIRST CHURCH—Alexandria 
1708 Russell Road 
IRST CHURCH—Arlington 
6843 Little Falls Rd. 
SECOND CHURCH—Arlington 
3101 Arlington Bivd. at No. 
Highland &t. 
SOCIETY—Fairfaz 
Town Hall 


Nursery during a!) services. 
9:45 AM.—Charch 6Schoo) 
THE SERVICE 
Holy Communion 
8:45 and 11:00 A.M. 
“TURNING ON THE LIGHT” 
Dr. Freed 
~Luther Leagu 
i Young Adult 


~~ Virginia 
_ #38 ommunion Services | VIENNA LUTHERAN 


i , Maple Ave. Vienna Va 
“CHRIST MY LIPS Services boeing wt id in Copps Garden 
ie a Oe gg Sunday School 9°45 A.M 
: Mo oe Worship 11:00 A 3 


nin HOLY TRINITY 
—| FALLS CHURCH 
ST. PAUL'S Arlington Bivd. & Woodlawn Ave. 


Connecticut Ave at Everett St. NW Edward f, Pastor 
Henry W. Snyder, D.D.. Pastor 8:30 & A M.—Morning Worship 
9:30 AM.—Chaurch School. 

6:45 A.M.—Church School 


11:00 AM.—"“THE BENEDICTION.” 
St. Paul’ s Lutheran 


CHRIST LUTHERAN FALLS CHURCH. VIRGINIA 


Hetin Ste. N.W. TA. 9-6718 Leesburg Pike and I¢ylwood Rd. 
ioe Slien P Bruening, Pastor Gerald E Kuhn. Pastor 

_ - day School and 
8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. 9:30 6.m = s ble 7 6 


4 
. #:30 and 11:00 a.m —Wo rehip 
Morning Worship Nursery at both services 


COLLEGE PARK UNITARIAN 
Building EE—U. of Md. Campus 


11:00 AM—Mornine Worship 
Service from All os Church trans- 
mitted Py! special wi 

10:45 A.M.—chool of Religion. 


FAIRFAX UNITARIAN- 
CENTER 


nday —— 


“Fellowship 


— — Route 173 
10 30 AM.—Mr Robert Reed 
“Why I Cheese the Tiberal Ministry.” 


PR a — = oly 


Maryland 
FIRST CHURCH—Chevy Chase 
7301 Conn. Ave. 
— CHURCH—Hyatisville 
221 43rd Ave. 
wnat CHURCH— 


Gable. Organist | 
ELCOME *! 


ALL ARE W 


“MT. VERNON UNITARIAN aT 
Salvation Army ¢ 


N.W, 


Tieliday House. Mt. Vernon Bivd. 
at Wellington Overpass 
AM.—Morning Worship 
The Service from Al) Sou: s’ Church 
transmitted by special wire. 
10°45 A.M.—Gchoo} of Religion 
Transportation from Alexandrise 
(Opposite George Mason Hotel) 
Leaving 10:30 AM 


UNITARIAN CHURCH 
OF ARLINGTON 


Ar Rivd. and Se. 
rshing Drive 


Ross A. Weston. Minister 
FAMILY SUNDAY SERVICE 
11 e'Cleck 


at WAKEFIELD HIGH SCHOOL 
Piente will take place at Four Mile 
Run Park following this service 


Sunday School and 
Bible Clase at 
9:30 a.m. 


Pa =? 
You Are Invited To Worship At 


Che 
Salvation 
Army 


Conveniently Located 


DOWNTOWN 
909 Eye St M ait (Harbor Ligne 
Sunday 11:00 7:00. p. 
S/Capt. BR Gilbert, Ge & 

1318 Sth St. N ce 
Sunday 11:00 
S/Major V. wits 


lver Spring 
Georgia Ave. pre Highland 
Drive 

HOURS OF SERVICES 


Sunday Morning Services and Sunday School ct 11. First Church, 
Chevy Chase, First Church Alexandria. .and First Church Arlingion. 
Serv ‘ces and Sunday School also at 9:30. Second Church, Arlington, 
Sunday School] at 9:30 and 11, tier evening services in First and 
Fifth Chu chan, Washingien, at 8. Third and Fourth Churches, Wash- 
ington, at 5. Wednesday evening meetings at 8 include testimonies 
of healing. First Church. Arlington, and First Church, Hyattsville, at 
8:15, Fairfax Society, first and third Wednesdays of each month. 


READING ROOMS 


Washington, D. C. 
1532 Connecticut Avenue N.W. 
1601 Eye Street N.W. 

(Christian Science Bids.) 
14th & G Sts. N.W. (Colo. Bidg.) 
1405 Park Ra. NOW.” 

(Rigos Bank Bldg.) 
2315 Wisconsin Avenue N.W. 


11 


Yost. 


Service—""CHRIST and AMERICA” 


beresesecesces! 


00 p.m. 
ao 


UTHEAST 
1211 G St. 6.B. 
unday 11:00 a.m—7:45 bp 
ajor_G. Cunningham, c 
GEORGETOWN 
1075 chen $ Jefferson N, w.: 
Bund 10's TO pus 
i/Liext, 7 Clerk. c. S 


RERERNORAS VAL 
Bundar | 4h 100 oR ar ees pm. 
phe: VA. 


1738 Wilson Bivd. 
Punter 2S sg Shanes 


3609 4ist Ave. 


fete a=" 


Virginia — 
110 N. St. Asaph St. Alexandria 
6835 Little Falls Rd., Arlington 
3150 Wilson Blvd., Rm. 200, ArlL 


7901 Conn. Ave., Chevy Chase 

522] 43rd Avenue, Hyattsville 
4626 Wisconsin Ave., N.W. 8616 Georgia Ave., Silver Spring 
1302 Rhode Island Avenue N.W. 


Alb ere Cordiclty lavited to Attend the Services and to Visi 
the Reading Rooms 
Radio Programs: Sun., WARL, 8:45 a.m; WMAL, 9:15 a.m. 
Fri. WRC, 6:00 a.m. 
TV Frograms—Sun. WRC-TV—9:30 A.M. 


A ES aaa: 


VIRGINIA 


Faith Lutheran | Arlington Boulevard at Jackson Br 


reet, 
astors: Car] GO. Mengering, 
Eimer J. Kle 
Divine Services at 8:00, 9:30 ) and 31:00 A.M. 
Church School Sessions: 9:30 and 11:00 am. 
Supervised Nursery at 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. 


| UNITARIAN CHURCH | 
|| OF MONTGOMERY '} 7} 
COUNTY | 


Woman's Club. 7931 Conn. Ave. 
Chevy Chase 
° a 
9:30 and 11:30 ; 
“WHAT A DIFFERENCE A YEAR 
MAKES” 


School of Religion: 9:15 B 11:18 


| j 


bs 


t 
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Arl.. Va. 


N. Washington Bivd 
bh in America 


6200 
MAUNEY hysagme! - urch 


Resurrection 
ecg HANGEN. Ji. Asnoe saceiate te Pastor am. 


arn ——e 8:30 and ere A.M. 
8:45 AM. Church Se 7;00 PM Young People 
“THE CHURCH or THE LIGHTED CROSS” 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
sie dad Saturday, Mey 26, 1956 29 


— 


O’Boyle 
To Ordain 


| By Kenneth Dole 
| Religious Writers Offer 
¥ @ Views on U.S. Revival 


County Vestryman, 84, 
3d Area Men ‘Known As“Mr. Trinity’ 


Three Washington men will| “Mr. Trinity” will help Trin-,see you and find out what I 
be ordained Catholic priests at: ity Church celebrate Trinity could do to help.” 
9 a. m. today at St. Matthew's Sunday this Sunday. | He had walked six blocks—a 
Cathedral, and will say their) Conrad P. Heins, 84, will take feat of endurance, his health 
first solemn masses Sunday in| part in the considered, that rivaled his 
their home parishes. building fund bicycle trip from New York 


th 
The Most Rev. Patrick A. Trinity sas Sg to San Francisco 59 years ago. 
The fund committee said he 


O’Boyle, Archbishop of Wash-'copal Church, 

ington, will ordain them and Arlington, at could help solicit pledges at the 
eight other seminarians. With| 12:30 p. m. the luncheon—but ho more 
walking! 


, principal event ; 
two other Washington residents | ,¢ Trinity Sun. The goal is $15,000, which 
’ will bring the building fund to 


who will be ordained at Low- 
vain University, Belgium, July $45,000, enough to start work 
‘on a $260,000 project which 


1, the three will be assigned to 
| will include a nave seating 500, 


posts in the Archdiocese of 
so assiduously Heins a chapel, an addition to the 


: Members of the Religious;stacle to union is the acknowl- 
etm alle gy gv je edgment of the spiritual su- 
y @ecently as premacy of the Pope.” They 
’ opinion whether the current) : 
Feligious revival is “genuine” or emphasize that the Greek Or 
“transitory.” | thodox (Russian) Church is a 
The majority thought it. was'canonical church “tracing its 
genuine and likely to last, bUt history in-unbroken succession 
not very deep. It seems to have/ +, the Apostolic times and draw- 
nr conaten ap ote Ragan a ing n apostolicity from the 
more about the spiritual founda-/ ee 
“ions of life, or provide their) Nearly 400 children were con- 
lt tidy the opportunity t0'srmed in Catholic churches 
ow more. thi ke 
Frank Stewart, religion editor pera tas wee 
+) 6f the Cleveland Press, wouldn't; 4 new book by the Rev. Dr. 
go so far as to call the boom 4 jo.e5h M. Dawson, former ex- 


A vestryman 
for 46 years. 
he has worked 


| 


Nazarene 


Nazarene 


FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 


16th and Webster Sts. N.W. William C. Allshouse, Pastor 


Welcome for 

eVELY? HOEK, Missionary from Guatemala 
Nursery During Both Services 

Take Georgia & Alaska bus up 16th St. to Wedster on Rte. 29 


 Gethodist Methodist 


akon! ’ 
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, 
’ Fk 


VIRGINIA 


ARLINGTON Glebe Road at South Eighth St. 


Arlington, Va. 
Ministers: W. Kenneth Haddock, William A. Lyons, Albert N. Honaker. 
8:00, 3:30 and 11:00 AM.—"THE HEART OF RELIGION” 

Dr. C. Stanley Lowell 


po af 
~eer- wale 


Baptist Baptist 
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 


GEORGETOWN BAPTIST CHURCH 


sist ana N Streets, Northwest 
Rev. W. O. Kersey, Minister 
9:45 A.M.—Bible Schoo 


} 
‘an la 
— RY OF 


Congregational Eptsropal 


MARYLAND 
633 Sligo Ave. Silver Spring. Md. 


ASCENSION The Rev. W. Robert Miller, Rector 


A.M.—Holy Communion 9:30 AM.-Church 6chool 


CLEVELAND PARK 


2400 Lewell St. N.W. 
Washincton 14. D. C. 
Alfred W. Hurst. D.D ee 8-30 

Janis Cripe, Christian ducation 

9:30 and 11:00 A.M.—Morning Prayer 
9:30 AM.—Church Schoo! Nurseries at 9:30 and 11:00 A.M.. 
11:00 AM.—Worship and Sermon | ) va r 


“OME GOD IN THREE ASPECTS” ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA 8:00 AM.—"ALPHA AND OMEGA“ 
Rev. John Charles Walker, Rev. Richerd L. Cookson 


: GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH 3:30 and 11:00 AM—“STANDING UP TO TROUBLE” 


CHURCH OF ST. CLEMENT 
— 
9:30 and 11:00 A.M.—Sunday Schooi. 


ongregational 
C 8 EMMANU Russell Rd. & 1701 Quaker Lane 
Meeting at Annandale Mason Drive Maurice H. Hopson, Rector 
8:00 —Holy Communion 9th St. and South Caroljna Ave. S.E. (at Penna. Ave.) 7:00 F.M.—Youth and Young Adult Groups 
MARTIN F. CLOUGH, TH.D., Pastor sudpcapentandaninetghtgaiate eineigdignandnapenempanen: 


u 
FAIRFAX COUNTY : 00 AM. 
Slementary Seheos Rev. J. Jaquelin Ambler, Rector 9:30 A.M.-Family Service & Church 
ROBERT E. HOOVER, Assistant Pastor 


Rev. Hubert S. Beckwith, Minister—Parsonace Phone CR. 3-1888 School 
11:00 A M.—Worship—Sunday School—Nurserv School 8:00, 9:30 11:15 4. Sternigs prayer © Set: 
§:30 A.M.—Bible School 6:30 PM.—B. T. U. 

Morning 00 AM. 


ein? 3 Worship Service at 11:00 A 
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA “STUDIES IN JEREMIAH.” Chapter 32 
St. Steph 4 The | ton 7:45 P.M.—Evening ip Service conducted by 
on and Newton Sts. N.W. CHRIST CHURCH 8:00 P.M—Wednesday Prayer Meeting 
iart P. Gast, Rec GEORGETOWN 


We Preach the Old Fashioned Gospel 
31st qné O Streets N.W. Since 1817 


Services: 8. 9:30 and 100 Ala CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 


Services; 8, 9:30 and 1 #00 AM. 
8th and H Streets, N.W. 


Nursery open during all services 


Washington. 
ge 0 coae iv i The three are Davic E. Foley,’ tor the church and the cause of par ; 
“It is a pyc er in po rag | ey * oe = Mr. and Mrs. George F. the’ Crletion velidlan that the earn hall and several class- 
— vival, , 4 ; Se. : : | 
iin’ t tnesense ta population, as 2 tenattiee ask ua the ee He will say mass at -veg m. parishioners have unanimously | 
owth of the suburbs and a tion of Baptists to American’ aes at the Shrine of the Most less-'and informally dubbed, him| Spiritual Sriruce 
ear of international tensions jife and history. Called “Bap-| ee "TT # ed Sacrament, Chevy Chase cir- «yr. Trinity”. | 
e and atom —n pcg Le tists and the American Repub-| _Z ; - eo » terbtecee be ooh His devotion was illustrated First Spiritual Science 
erg plipeetons thong po pT dias “oa Pigs Hag prem of Mr. and Mrs. Martin F. Perk- ast Monday. Though he had a A BBB, “s ae. 
| Margaret A. Vance, religion)... inehind tn: bonne - the me « ‘i : ae ‘inson, 207 Hodges lane, Takoma bad heart attack in 1948 and Kercnetl am, 
editor of the Newark News, said iy; of Rights, the separation’ wat | aw _ fe *. # |Park, Md., whose mass will be was told by his doctor not to ME. 8-0973—CO, 5-1149 
it was something of a paradox /o¢ church and state, and social Ba» | ; at 11 a. m. at Our Lady of Sor-| overdo, he appeared at the door] soirituai Healing Message Meetings 
both genuine and transitory. responsibilit ; ' | , |rows Catholic Church, Takoma of Mrs. Charles A. Bronson, a Sun Tues. Thurs. 8.00 PM. 
She said it contained “a great) |; js saatlctlenty good on. Staff Photo | Park, Md. ‘fund drive leader, and said, “1 Sencintann: theron tans 0 ee 
element of fear and uncertainty, walter B ateanhonhuarh ancien j h T. Kennedy (left) chatel built by Avchbichse Jobs Carrell in | Alphonsus M. Smith, whose can’t hear well enough on the Li ? : own 
i ts for the tremen- l leader. who. accordi | The Rt. Rev. Magr. Jesepa +. Remmoay : pe y P . parents are dead and who has telephone. So I walked over to, D ® 
— se se at nanienaee pores eader, etre My cording to) pastor of St. John’s Catholic Church, Forest 1774, which was the first Catholic place of (lived in recent years with Mr. | tuine Science 
have very little to offer Saeetlceusl ‘vemmeration aie Saat Glen, Md., and Curate Patrick J. Bennett, worship in Maryland, The replica will be (and Mrs. George E. Herring, | Assembly of God - 
how to accumulate worldly mary condition of social im-| is assistant, stand beside a replica of the dedicated Sunday at 4 p. m. 4200 13th - oy eg ——_ : CHURCH OF THE 
joods and reach success.” rovement.” The book is clear, r | a. m. - 4 oie sh 
Merely “a reawakening to the Scions and scholarly through- | ; , | Catholic Church, 12th and Mon- Trinity Church HEALING CHRIST 
‘Importance of the agen ele-lout ... D d ° ° PI d ,their brother-in-law, Robert ge ao Washingtonians to|| Tweiftn and Rhode tsland Ave NE GRACE L. FAUS, Minister 
ife.” is the wa é Pelt Say ' 
Seherd Philbrick: re ligio as Thomas W. and John C. Pang. e ication anne Stent, Erm. mayer of Washing be ardained st Lew vein are Spel ip Demir oa po tM A RR 
| | hi | i jalists, | : yeorge G. Pavloff, son of the ouunense 2 990 
mes, put it. “| doubt,” he — see det tne hace canal ° ° The exterior of the chapel) late Gregory Payloff of Wash- "tub PSL adieanmunate Gerveen vat” sane | ae 1th 
said, “if there has been a wide- ~y ae Loyola Retreat For His toric Cha | has been repainted white, the ington and Armand F. Lal] 4:90 ps1 —weanesday and Friday "“Have you called AD. 4-2266? 
spread growth in ron under- House at Peulkner. Charlies roof repaired and the windows boon Forme Greenock rd., Sil- 
standing of things of the spirit, County. Md. Construction on! i reslaced: The inter! f ' 
or greater dependence upon the $400,000 hotel-type building) A replica of the historic|place of worship in Maryland. ter eae ip srt ‘ arora fs Other te be ordained Satur 
our moral resources.” is expected to start soon. chapel bnailt by Archbishop!The foundations were all that ioe the mee , Sy ay are: Hilary E. ender, 
Try John Carroll when he was a' , , patriotism of the Arch-' Johnston, Iowa; John E. Corri- 
h Ch seven ep Pn LAS sy Pacha priest will be dedicated Sun-' remained when the Rev. bishop. gan, Newark, N. J.; Ernest T. 
J P rch Office of Scientific ersonnel, . | we i 
Sil ct tor naw conareamiiann National Academy of Sciences, 44ay at 4 p.m. at St John’s Charles — ere sic Teer thew: ~ Gosal a ateortem NY D “ 
in the United States and Canada will speak on “Scientists for Catholic Church cemetery,|bu ilt the third St. John's St john’, Sodalit ~ 1 ol ~~ ia F. x Sofies "he :- —" 
at the rate of 10 a month, a Tomorrow's Needs” at the Forest Glen, Md. Church in 1889. From a descrip: yn the crave of Mreltomes oh me, Brenig 
d ’ “\YMCA’s International Cross... The Most Rev. Patrick A.|tion given him by an aged p faba Grave Of .Dirs.|\dames F. Montgomery, _ 
-—aeam roads Breakfast, Sunday at 9 O’Boyle, Archbishop of Wash--woman who had attended ong. . A bronze plaque will delphia, and Joseph J. M. Roy, 0 P. M—Youth G: 
Two Greek Orthodox priests a mn. a ae ington, will officiate at the ded-|mass in Father Carroll's a to the door of the gg ie oy es ¢ Read 30 P.M. to 8:2 4—Missionary Rally. 
here. the Rev. John Taviarides '@ Jeremiah F. Green is the ication. The Right Rev. Msgr. chapel, he built a replica of renal ie ee ee ee ad ‘ < ged oe, = 
and the Rev. James Kalaris, new president of St. Augustine's Philip M. Hannan, Chancellor|the chapel. | charge “of arkin “ ha Be = ‘- p> neta +h Oe arehdi- 
have taken issue with a break-| Holy Name Society. of the Archdiocese of Washing-|' Within a few feet of the nested ishi ~ liv yt posven Wa hit toy: 
fast talk statement by an-Eng-| ® Ten children will receive ‘©, Will preach. chapel are the graves of witht ens eae ocese of Washington. 
Nish Jesuit, that the ~ een ofitheir first communion at Au-| ./he¢ original chapel on the) Daniel Carroll, brother of Arch- es in gy tema walking dis- Assignments of the 14 new) 
‘ili vm Orthodox “Catho-|gustana Lutheran Church this Site was built by Father Car-| bishop Carroll and a signer of oe to jeave their cars at priests will be announced later | 
oy » in Ru se ith the Roman te roll in 1774 and for several|the Constitution; their mother,|"°™®- iby Archbishop O’Boyle. 
alert 2 ad pe onthe than v \years was the only Catholic'Eleanor Darnall Carroll, and 
most people realize. They, deny 
that only “minor theological dif-' Evyisropal 
ferences” exist. “This may have 
been the case until the year of 
the Schism,” they say, “but it 
is not true now since so many 
new dogmas have been for- 
mulated by the Roman Catholic 
Church.” They agree with the 
Jesuit that “the principal ob-| 


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Nebraska 4&4 New Mexico Avenues 


Metropolitan Memorial 7) wotional Methodist Church 
Dr. Edward Gardiner Latch 


Headquarters Methodist Building 100 Maryland Ave. NE. 
Bishop G. Bromiley Oxnam, DD. L.LD 


District Superintendent Orris G. Robinson. D.D., and Asbury Smith. D.D 


Mount Vernon Place 


Massachusetts Avenue at Ninth and K Streets N.W. 
DR. ALBERT P. SHIRKEY, Minister 
REV. W. VAUGHAN MOORE, 


Services: and 11 a.m. 


garten. 


WESTMORELA 


Western and Mass. Ave. 
at the Circie 


Philip Gerden Scott. D.D.. Minister 
W. L. Inderstredt. Minister of Education 
Harold Ash, Director of Music 


“THE MAN WHO PAID 
D.D. 


va , . 
rT , = 
vv OTs! ne young people 


$:30 and 11:00 A.M.—Morning Worship. Sermon: 
HIS WAY,” 


9:30 and 11:00 A.M.—Complete Church School Sessions 


Morning Prayer and Sermon 
i l o clock 


: 7:00 P.M.—Youth Groups 


———_ _ ——- — --- — ae = 


CONGREGATIONAL 
10th & G Sts... N.W. 


Ministers 
Carl Heath Kopf Charles W. Parker 
Minister of Music, Whitford L. Hall 
Helen I. Troutman, Organist 
$:45 A.M.—Chutch School for all ages 
11:00 A.M—~Worsnip. “WAS THIS DEATH ! 
(Nursery 9:45 and 11 A.M. 
- 6:00 P.M—Youth Groups 


Church of Christ 


Powells 


Church of Christ 


2600 MINNESOTA AVE. S.E. 


Billy Hood. Minister 
Worship 8:30 and 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. 


c ister 
’ ip 8:45 and 11:00 a.m. 
45 p.m. 
= 10:00 a.m. Bible Study 
GTON 


Ret Bente eer einister, 


11:30 A.M. “WHY NOT TRY 
LIGION?” 
7:45 PM.—“WORDS FITLY 
SPOKEN” 


CHURCH OF CHRIST 
4801 Sixteenth Street N.W. 
(16th at Decatur) 

A R. Holton. Minister 
Worship 11 A.M. and 8 P.M. 
S-2 Bus stops at the door 


WMAL. ABC NETWORK 1 p.m. 


Church of Brethren 


Church : of Brethren 
Washington City Church of the Brethren 


. Fourth Street and North Carolina Avenue Southeast 
: Duane H. Ramsey. Minister—Harold &. Moyer, Associate Minister 


‘ 9:45 A.M.—Church School 
11:00 AM.—"THE WORD AND THE WORK’—Rev. 
*7.00 P M.—Reception for New Members 

*There will be no other evening meetings 


Universalist Universalist 
UNIVERSALIST NATIONAL MEMORIAL CHURCH 
Corner 16th and & Streets N.W. 
REV. SETH R. BROOKS. D.D., Ministe: 
10:00 AM.—Church School and Adult Class 


11:00 AM.—Worship: “FAR AWAY AND IN THE FUTURE” 
Universalist —“‘ Universalist 
UNIVERSALIST CHURCH OF SILVER SPRING 
10501 New Hampshire Avenue. Rev. David Hicks MacPherson 


10:30 A.M.—Church School and Church. 
Topic: “THE ONLY TRUE VICTORY” 


: Disciples of Christ Disciples of Christ 
NATIONAL CITY CHRISTIAN CHURCH—Thomas Circle 


Dr. J. Warren Hastings, Minister; William J. Nottingham, Assoc. Minister 
9:45 A.M.—Church §&chool 10:50 A.M.—Morning Worship 
“YOU CAN BE VICTORIOUS.” Dr. Hastings. 


Disciples of Christ 
Fifteenth Street Christian 


9:30 A.M.—Sunday Schooi. 
10:30 A.M.—" SPIRITUAL SANCTUARIES” 


Moyer 


" 
rs ed 
Disciples of Christ | 
hth & Kentucky Ave. 8.2. 
Erie Daenecke. Ph.D., Minister 


— PO ET a ee om em mR - — i a ee eee 


ALEXANDRIA CHURCH PERSHING DRIVE CHURCH 
PV Wibar 8 Hocerol Minster 


hip 10:55 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Arlington. V 


a 
. David Shreeves. Minister 
Worship 1055 a.m. 

SHEPHERD PARK CHURCH 


Charies H. Bayer, Minister 
12th St and _gasiern Ave. 3.W. 
: a. 


Worship | m. 


Drive and N. Hightand st. -#'7 


OLD ST. JOHN'S 


Georgetown 
West of Wisconsin 
lam Sharp... Rector 
ym Wage. Curate 
. 


2430 K St. N.W. 
Near Wash. Cir. 


’ 
ST. PAUL S) Dr. Clarence W. Cranford, Minister 
He a Chester H. Jones, Associate Minister 
9:30 Parish Mass & Sermon ' Thomas Moss, Organist 
43:28 hanmtgy~ ch. —ha ‘Mr. Frank A. Heberlein. Minister of Music 
8:00 Evensong & Benediction AIR CONDITIONED SANCTUARY 
and i1:15 A M—WORSHIP SERVICES—"THE CHURCH IN THE 


Low Mass daily at 7; slso Tues RSHII 
9:30 Thurs. and Sat et 12. Matins WILDERNESS”—Dr. Clarence W. Cranford preaching. 
10:00—Church School 


daily 6:45. Evening Prayer daily 
5:45. Confessions: Sat. 5 to 6:30 P.M. 
10:50—Organ Recital 
6:15 P.M.—Bap‘ist Training Fellowship 


St. John's | RVICE—Community service film, “BOY WITH 


A KNIFE”. 
Lafayette Square 8:00, P.M.—Services for the deaf. Mr. Francis C. Higgins leading 
The Rev. Frank R. Wilson 


N during all servic 
The Rev. E. Ashley Gerhard ursery open g services. 


Trinity Church 
rinit urc &:00—Holy Communion. 
§°30—Holy Communion, Mr. Wilson Rev. Charles W. Holland, Jr., Paster 
Y §'30—Holy Communion. Mr. Wilsot F OUNTAIN MEMORIAL **:.fPartes¥uetent. Jt. Bas 
Piney Branch Rd. at Dahlia St. N.W.| 7:30—Evenine Prayer, Mr. Wilson 7 +4 gne MO enn anette Edison Burke “THE LORD WE SERVE” 
The Rev. Ray Ryland, Rector —— : REDISCOVERY 


Sunday School for all ages at 11 
£:00 AM.—Holy Communion fants PET RT 
6:20—T 


Nurse for infan 
9:15 AM.—Family Service and 
9:45—Sunday School. —iraining Union. Nursery Al! Services. 


WEEKDAY SERVICES 
Church School. 
11:00 AM.—"WAGES OR GIFTS?” 7:45 PM.—"SUBMISSION IN BELIEF” 


ally at Noon 
11:00 AM.—Morning Praver & 
Sermon 


es.. Wed. and Fri., 
gd 
6th and A Streets N.E. 


at 7:30 A 
Nursery at All Services 


9:00 


TRANSFIGURATION 
Gallatin St. N.W Rev. Whitner 
mear téth Barnes 
Services: 8 and 11 A.M. 

ST. MATTHEW'S PARISH 
HYATTSVILLE. MD. 


42nd & Gallatin: 7:30, 11 
7ia & Nicholson: 6.8. 9:45 


7th and Randolph Streets N.W. 
S. Lewis Morgan. Jr. Pastor 
R. Brown Hughes, Assoc. Pastor 


Mon. 


ol 
The Church of the Epiphany 21’ ¢ sr. ».w. 
THE REV. CHARLES D. KEAN. D.D., Rector THE REV. WARREN E. MACE 
8:00 A 2unien 
rch School and Nursery 
00 A.M —Sernies Pra er, with sermon by the Rector-—-"“GOD'S OUT- 
8:00 PM —BEvening Prayer with sermon by the Rev. Warren E. Mace 


ASCENSION and ST. AGNES 


Itth and Massachusetts Avenue. N.W. 
te Reverend James Murchi.en Duncan, Rector 


q - Fe Low — 11:00 A.M.—Message, 

$:3 M.—Sung Mass ) “A MAN AND HIS GOD” 

11:00 A.M.—High Mass and Sermon f «66:10 P.M.—Training Union 

R ~ Stig voy ye and Benediction | 7:30 P.M.—Message: “THE HEART OF 

Daily Mass: 7:0 .M. THE GOSPEL” 

Thursday: 7:00. and. 9:30 A.M, Dr. W. F. Powell, Nashville, 

Confessions: Saturday, 4-5 P.M., 7:30-8:30 P.M. Tenn., Preaching at both 

"S Massachusetts and Wisconsin Avenues N.W. ahr - , 

ST. ALBAN Ss The Rey, David M. Gillespie. Minister in. Charee Wednesday. 7:55 P.M.—"“THE HOUR OF POWER SERVICE” 
sdk acpi ini tihs e Rev John C. Harris. Assistant | A Friendly Church with a Gospel Message 
9:15 AM.—PFamily Service. Church School Commencement 


11:00 A.M.—Morning Prayer. J. 8. Bach Cantata No. 77 CHEVY CHASE 5671 Western Ave. N.W. 


Wed. 10:30 AM Holy Communion Dr. Edward ©. Clark, Paster: Rev. John W. Lange, Minister of Education 


8:45 A.M. and 11:00 A.M.--Worship Services. 
ALL SOULS MEMORIAL CHURCH “LCOKING TO THE EAST’—Dr. Clark 
2300 Cathedral! Avenue (just east of Connecticut Avenue N.W.) 9:45 A.M.—Sunday School 
REV. FRANK BLACKWELDER, Rector 


6:00 P.M.—Youth Groups 
Rev. A. L. Wille, Associate Rector Chevy Chase Masonic ts at the 11:00 A.M. Service 
AIR CONDITIONED 


7 
Nursery for Babies and Small Children, 9:45—12:30 P.M. 
0 AM.—Holy Communion 


0 nd 11:30 Adk--Church School, Bible Cle FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 


11:00 A.M.—"!IN WHOM ARE YE INTERESTED?” 
Mr. Blackwelder 16th and O Streets, N.W. 
Edward Hughes Pruden, Minister 


Washington Robert J. Arnott, Interim Associate Minister 
. 9:30 and 11:00 A.M.—Sermon by Dr. Henry C. Cook President, British 
Massachusetts and 


Baptist Union. 
Wisconsin Ave. N.W 6:15 to 8:30 P.M.—Evening Fellowship Program in Fellowship Hall, 
TRINITY SUNDAY 


Norman T. Chase, Minister of Music 
9:40 A.M.—Sunday School 


Cathedral 


Daily Services 
7:30 a.m., Noon, 4 p.m. 


State Day—ALABAMA 


Mr. Arnott spesking at 8:00 P.M. on “THE NATURE OF FAITH”, 
first in a series cn “Christian Faith and Human Destiny”, 


Church School 9:30 A.M.; Nursery Provided at al! Services 
PARKING: Free Parking at 18th & Mass. Ave., BW. 9 AM. to 1 P.M. | 


8:09 AM.—Holy Communion—St. Mary’s Chapel 
Th> Rov. Canon Charles Martin 


9:30 AM.—Holy C j Bethlehem Chapel 
The Rev. Canon Robert F. McGregor 


11:00 A.M.—-Mornirg Prayer and Sermon 
The Rev. Ernest W. Southcott, Leeds, England 
4:00 P.M—MASS'NG OF THE COLORS—The Military Order of the 
World Wars. Speaker, The Rev. C. Leslie Glenn, Captain, 
Ch. C., USNR. 
~-~Reguler Guided Tours—Daily from 9am: to § pm. and. 
Sundays following the 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. services. 


ST. THOMAS’ 18th Street between P and Que, N.W. 
Harold Bead 


Near 
5 The Rev. Sedgwick. Rector 
8:00 A.M.—Holy Communion. 11:00 A.M.—Sunday School 


Crmple Baptist Dr. Melvine W. Crump. Pastor 
$850 NEBRASKA AVE. N.W. AT MASS. AVE. AND WARD CIRCLE 
A i AM.—Sunday School 7:00 P.M.-~Youth Meeting 


A.M.—and 8:00 PM Yoo g- 
A Church Noted for its Friendly People 


WILSON LANE & CORDELL 


(Nr. e } 
-?. Mintster JOuUN W. ite . Minister of Edecation 
Services 9. 11 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Church School 9:45 AM. Youth 6:30 P.M. 


NATIONAL BAPTIST MEMORIAL 


iéth St. and Colum Ww. 
Dr Elbert J. Smith. Sar Pastor 
8:45 and 11:00 AM BY REV. CHETTI DEVASAHAYAM, Andhra 


Associate Minister » 
R. DEANE SHURE, Minister of Music 74 
}0:00 A.M.—Church School for All Ages, 
Morning in 9 and 11:15 
“NOW ABIDES THESE THREE” 
Evening Worship 6:45 P.M. 
“HOLD THAT LINE” 
7:30 P.M.—Study Hour : 
8:15 P.M—Fellowship and Supper 


tar 


. 
~rer 


Vistt Methodism's 
Representative Church 


A Cordial Welcome to All! 


CHEVY CHASE Connecticut Ave. (at Shepherd) 
Ministers, Clifford Homer Richmond and Charles Rother. Ir. 

9:30 an? 11 AM.—"“LITTLE ROOMS WHERE NEW WORLDS ARE 
MADE” .[r. Richmond Preaching. 


and 7:00 P M.--Youth Groups 


HYATTSVILLE First Methodist 


Baltimore Avenue at Hamilton Street 
EDGAR W. BECKETT. Minister 
= _ ©. DOUGLAS COONEY, Assistant Minister 
9:00 and 11:15 A.M.—Church School in the New Educational Building 


9:00, li:10 and 11:18 AM—"GOING HOME” 
\ +) 


7001 


cn 
7-VU 


Rev. Edoar W. 
Nursery Provided for Children—Ample Parking in the Rear of Church 


UNION METHODIST CHURCH 


$14 Twentieth St. NW. (Pour blocks above White House—Just off Penn Ave.) 
Kev. Edward B. Lewis, Th. M. Minister. Harold White, Minister of Music. 
9:45 A.M.—Sundey School 

11:00 AM.—"ATTITUDES TOWARD GOD” 

6:30 P.M.—Fellowship. 


Pa ret 


Free Parking Facilities Next to the Church. 
Visit Methodism’'s Historic Downtown Church< 


Same Sanctuary Walis Since 1840 


16th and Allison Sts. N.W. 
9:45 A.M.—Church Schoo! 


J. Artiey Leatherman, Minister 
Edwin B. Skinner, Minister ef Musie 
11:00 A.M.—Morning Worship. Sermon: 
“THE PIONEER OF LIFE” 


CALVARY 1459 Columbia Road N.W. 


John Bayley tones. Minister 
Louts A. Potter. Minister of Music 


9:45 A.M—Church School. 11:00 AM.—Nursery Care 
11:00 A.M.—“WHAT MEAN THESE ‘STONES?”—The Minister 
7:00 P M—Youth Fellowship 


8:00 P.M.--Film, “MARTIN LUTHER”. The Public is Invited 
“TEMPTED TO 


The Rev. |. Grant Dunlap, Guest Speaker 


Conn. Ave. and Jocelyn St. N.W. 9:30 A.M.—Church School. 

KLEIN K. HADDAWAY,. DD. 11:00 A.M.—Nurser, and Kinder- 
Minister garten 

Temple Dunn, Director of Music 4, 6:15, 7 P.M.~—Youth Groups 


CONGRESS HEIGHTS METHODIST 


Fifth Street and Alabama‘Avenue 6 E 
Dr. George L. Connor. Minister Rev. J, H. Searis, Assistant Minister. 
9:30 AM.—Sunday Schoo! 11:00 A.M.—Sunday School 
11:00 A.M. —“CHHIS’. THE TROUBLEMAKER” 
6:00 P. M.—Intermediate Fellowship 7:09 P.M.—Youth Fellowship 
7:30 P.M.—M.Y.F installation Service 


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


FOUNDRY 


16th Street Near P N.W. 
Ministers: 


Convenient to Bus and Car Lines 


11:00 A M.— Worship 
TITHE” 


:30—Church School. All aces. 
‘30 and 11:00—"THE MOUNTAINS HAVE 


WwW. 
eater HF commen 
m ister 
10:50 a.m. 
| 
| CHRISTIAN, 


| FALLS CHURCH, VA. 


PLA. Pw, 
_ Worshit - sa. . 


11:00 A.M.—Morning Prayer. Sermon by the Rector. 
(Child Care in Parish House) 


76:30 PM.—Young Adults (20-35 years). The Rev. Professor John W. 
| Turnbull Virginia Theological 


Nia - 


Nursery provided Tihs Gk diceitiecs auianet ok Goll 


- 


TAKOMA PARK CHURCH ” De. (Series: “Jesus, 
L. Watterworth. Minister 
pevid t. aan Aves, 


Saige sey foe 4 


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Saturday, May 26, 1956 “ 


AF Unveils 612-Mph Eject 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


O 


By Vern Haugland 


HURRICANE, Utah, May 25 
@®—The Air Force hurled a 
dummy and an airplane ejec- 
tion seat off a 1500 foot high) 
cliff today at 612 miles an hour. 

The parachutes attached to’ 
the seat and the dummy failed) 
to open, and the two objects) 
shattered on the floor of the) 
Virgin River valley about 1000) 
feet from the edge of the 


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‘Rockets,’ Tom-Toms 
Spark Scout Exhibit 


Boy Scouts and their fami- | tion, was given tonight to Re- 
es, several tho strong, gion III of the Scouts of 
jostled through the National | 4 erica ws 
Guard Armory at last night’s| ‘ 
opening of the 1956 Scouting The Region comprises 52 local 
Exposition viewing exhibits of|councils in Delaware, Mary- 
Scout activities ranging from'land, Pennsylvania, Virginia 
Indian dances to outer space|and the District of Columbia. 
rockets. |The -National Council, Boy 
The Scouts, working in the Scouts of America, made the 
nearly 500 exhibit booths, rep-| Presentation at its 46th annual 
resented about 35,000 Washing-| Convention. | 
ton area Scouts and showed| Region III grew in total:mem- 
youthful proficiency at such bership from 389,813 Cub 


task , Scouts, Boy Scouts, Explorers, 
varied 3 se cooxing hus and adult leaders at the end of 


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pfecipice. | 

The seat and dummy. were 
launched from a supersonic 
military air research track, 
known as Project Smart, shown 
to the press for the first time. 

More than 100 persons 
watched the rocket-driven car 
hurtle along a track 12,000 feet 
long, and discharge the dummy 
and seat at the end of the 
track. 

The seat ejected from the 
test vehicle was a standard 
model from the North Ameri- 
can F86 jet fighter, modified to 
accept a 16-inch parachute for 
seat recovery purposes. 

There have been faster runs 
over this track, officials of the 
Coleman Engineering Co., Los 
Angeles, which built and 
operates the facility, said. 

In a mere speed run without 
testing the dummy or seat, the 
rocket-powered sled has 
traveled one and one-half times 
the speed of sound or 1140 
miles an hour. 

In another recent test, the 
dummy and seat were ejected 
over the cliff at one and one- 
quarter times the speed of 
sound, about 950 miles an hour. 

The Air Force labeled the 
test run today the 39th since 
the facility went into working 
operation last July. It said that 
as early as the first test run, 
the sled approached the speed 
of sound, and “easily exceeded 
it” in later. tests. 


Pd 
United Press 


A dummy is hurled from a rocket sled during the test at Hurricane, Utah, yesterday 


Youth Fined 
For His Role 
In Near Riot 


A 16-year-old St. John’s Col-| 


3 Boys Wait F irst Ex-Scout Heads 


Sentence 1 National Or ganization 
Joke Holdup May 25 (®'\Eastman of Minneapolis, and 


HAGERSTOWN, Md., May 25 of San John Donnell of Findlay, Ohio. 
‘#®—Three Silver Spring boys 


CINCINNATI, 
Kenneth K. Bechtel, 
Francisco, today became the 


Wayne Johnston of Chicago’ 


and pitching tents. 

Proud families worked their 
Lway slowly up and down the 
row of booths in the giant 
Armory asking questions about 
water conservation, electronics, 
civil defense, chemistry, print-| 
ing, and a myriad other things. 
The Scouts knew the answers. 

The Exposition was a fine 
tribute to the National Capital | 
Area Council, Committee 
Chairman. Brig. Gen. Thomas 
A. Lane, Scout troop sponsors, 
Scoutmasters and the enthusi- 
astic youngsters. 

A VU. S. Marine Drum and 
Bugle Corps opened this, the 
largest Scout Exposition ever 
held in Washington, and M. A. 
Morrison, vice president of the 
NCAC, introduced guests—in- 
cluding Sherman Adams, assist- 
ant to President Eisenhower. 

Then the Scouts took over. 
Explorer Scouts, sronsored by 
the Trinity Presbyterian 
Church, built a brick wall. The 
Blackhawk Patrol, sponsored 
by the Mount Rainier Christian 
Church, dished up hamburgers 
and hot dog : 

Nearby, ys from McLean, 
Va., sponsored by the Lions 
Club, pounded away at boat- 
building. 

Scouts sponsored by the 
Cheverly Community Church 
sat in a model control room of 
a “rocket.” The boys, looking! 
like tiny Buck Rogers in space 
helmets with bug-like antennae, 
pressed buttons and pulled 
switches to produce 


pulsion to mingle with the tom-| 
toms. Their sign said “Scouting 
in Outer Space.” | 

All of this goes on today with | 
the added attraction of a con- 
cert by the National Symphony | 
Orchestra at 7:45°p. m. 


This Scout Region 


puppies, charting the weather " 


the | ~ 
screeching whine of rocket pro-| J 


954 to 437,304 on Dec. 31, 1955. 
There were 11,039 Scouting 
units in the region last Dec. 34. 
The truphy, a silver pitcher, 
was presented to the Boy 
Scouts in 1940 by the late Mrs. 
Lorillard Spencer Sr., of New 
York. It memorializes the serv-' 
ice to Scouting rendered by her 
aon the late Lorillard Spencer 
r. 


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lege High School boy was 
fined $20 yesterday in Arling-‘today pleaded guilty to a 
ton Juvenile Court for his charge of assault in the April 
part in a near-riot of teen-agers|7 “joke” attempted holdup of 
two months ago at Arlington the First Federal Savings and 


first one-time Boy Scout to be and John M. Budd of St. Paul, 
elected president of the Na-| Minn., were elected to. one-' g-. 
tional Council of the organiza-' year terms. Wins Growth Award 
tion. | President Eisenhower, who! CONTENATS May 25 
; , | | Bechtel is the eighth pres- earlier today saluted the Boy|The Lorillard Spencer Award, | 
ye oe gon ee PR fam. Oakes ners. ident of the organization hold- Scouts and their leaders in a|for the best over-all record of 
student at Wakefield BRighs| ances of emnanls arte tanoe fn ing its 46th convention here.) telegram, tl reelected hon-/-membership growth in the Na- 
i : Previo esidents were not Orary president. | 
mae = see te Pe dis-\rob was accepted by State’s Pah pine eat he President said “never| 
missed by Juvenile Judge Hugh) attorney Thomas Kaylor and has there been a greater need! 
Reid, who verified the boy's’ Bechtel succeeds John M. ; ~ “a 
story that he was not in the |2udge D. Kenneth McLaughlin. Schiff of Oyster Bay, N. Y., t train youth in citizenship; 
vicinity at the time. ba a ~ yy A nos me president since 1951. Schiff was nna character and physical fit- 
li i | ——@ made an honorary vice presi-|**°> 
die 1h pour ahs when than cues] chara of conspiracy to rob— gent. ry P | “I am happy to salute the) 
tipped off that a melee was| WOuld not be prosecuted. | Norton N. Clapp of Seattle, Million and more volunteer 
brewing among an army og Bom metas wen are Wash., was elected a vice pres- coc gpeiel on aay le en ge 
. » an e trays, were re-\ident and Gerald F. Beal of). r 
ceceeine aint nation Bo leased on the.bonds of $1000 New York City became treas- ice to our country and to 
officers found a bundle of home-|¢@ch they had previously urer, commend them for their ded- 
made weapons, including rub-| Posted. The Council also elected six i¢@ted service to boyhood,” Mr. 


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ber hoses, meat cleavers and| 


Judge McLaughlin said he members to the National Exec- ~'S¢mhower added. 


e Restaurant 


knives. \would order a “thorough and 
Police said the teen-agers Painstaking” investigation into 
gathered when word spread the youths’ background before 


that a St. John’s boy and a/Sentencing them. 
Wakefield boy would meet to| Im accepting the plea of in- 
talk over an insult to one’s girl.|mocent to the charge of as- 
They said the defendant drove S4ult with intent to rob, Kay- 
up with a car load of St. John’s |/or_ said: 
students. | “Unfortunately, this case has 
The five 18-vear-olds subse-| Deen well tried in the news- 
quently were tried for disor-| Papers. It has been so well 
derly conduct and placed under|ttied it is questionable what 
Cases against most of the|Even members of the police 
juveniles were dismissed for department expressed opinions 
lack of evidence. The fine im-Openly. There is some doubt, 
posed yesterday was a “disci-/what they (the boys) had in 
linary” fine, and not a criminal Mind when they went to the) 
SD csahion, First Federal.” | 
The judge noted that the 
case was of an “unusual” na- 
ture and said he could “under- 
stand the publicity attendant 
to it.” He said he was 
“shocked” by the “trial of the 


Housewife 
'case” in news media but added 


F alls to Death pene Pa — ge be 
. amed for seeking the news. 
From Window 


Kaylor told Judge McLaugh- 
lin the boys were seen in front 
of the bank office a half hour 
An Alexandria housewife fell before the incident occurred. 
seven stories to her death yes-| He said one of them handed 
terday as she apparently at-'a teller, Neva Shannon, a note 
tempted to clean the windows which read: 
of her apartment. | “This is a holdup. Hand 
Police identified the victim|s1090. 1 may be small but co 
as Jeanne Stratton, about 55, is this little piece of lead in my 
who lived at Apt. 718C, Center pocket.” 
Bidg., Hunting Towers. | When Mrs. Shannon asked if 
Detectives said Mrs. Stratton he were joking, he only shoved 
was found lying on the ground the note back to her without a 
outside the apartment by an-| reply, it was testified | 
other resident, Patricia Fisher.| Another of the trio was 
Beside the victim lay part of @ stationed at the door, while 
dampened paper towel. ‘the third waited outside | 
Inside the Stratton apartment; 4 customer. Ernest Smith | 
on the kitchen window sill, by 34 walked up behind the boy 
the opened window, detectives a¢’the teller’s window and pin- 
found a rag and window clean-/neq his arms to his side. The’ 
ing fluid. : other two youths joined him.| 


; '|Police were called and the 
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The car in which the youths 
were riding broke down April 
16 rye > Mee were en route| 
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t vine mage | a See A ball tournament--at-.Cumber-' 

Our-alarm fire caused exten-\jsnd. They had remained all 

sive damages at Hoke Smith! nioht at Hagersto iti 

High School today, but the some repairs . a 

1000 students and faculty mem- — 

bers escaped without injury. — 

The fire destroyed the top Finns to Invite Reds 

floor and roof of the three-story 

West building, an old wing of 

the school. ‘nish Government has decided 

Ira Jarrell, Atlanta school) to invite Soviet Premier Nikolai | 

superintendent, estimated dam-| Bulganin and Communist Party | 

ages at more than $100,000. The Secretary Nikita Khrushchev to! 

building was insured. The blaze pay an official visit to Finland 

was believed caused by a de- next year, semi-official sources 

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31 Are Killed 
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Plane Crash 


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The wreckage of a missing 
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All but one of the passengers 
were believed Guatemalans, ex- 
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Jaws de Secszy. 

The wreck was still smoking 
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scene. All passengers, pilot, co- 
pilot and stewardess were 
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M—A Navy officer said today 4 
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With Paint | ie Mario’s Mad to the Tune of $3 Million r terete Jeanete Meow. 


oe gaat on. 
By Richard L. Coe | gas) Be NEW YORK, May 25—Mario the great love of Jean's life,; lullabying a baby girl at New, Al Remember ‘way back in the 
'* w 
UB-THUMPING for the movies is a familiar though devious | 6 il ~ rg : ey on xy ere mo vg Mees = porteares enn non terban Bey wore 's Weethe 
: art, but here’sa guy who's doing it via brush-nubbing. | MS w z 7 B mscage ooge Ps n the mo RALPH MEEKER is the mance item? Turhan’s back in 
He’s Gil Wilson, a hoosier who looks like a grizzled Burgess je | studio —- Bella Darvi was the big win- leading contender for one of | town, very bald. 
* Meredith. He’s been an aftist all his life, working mostly with! its planned ple - ner at the Cannes Casino dur- 
=murals. About eight years ago he got a big thing about “Moby ture starring | ing the festival. She won al-| 
Dick.” He traced the Hierman Melville classic from start to i ‘ the mountain- * 7 most $50,000 one night, came 
_ finish in a hundred paintings, which his good friends Walter 3 i ous Mario... OR Age |back the next and walked off 
> H. DeMott, Walter Huston and Pearl Buck presented at a 57th “he <li Barbara (“Kiss ae with another $2000. ... The Al JAMES STEWART DORIS DAY 
st. gallery. ~~ hy. ee a “gh tol ) ss ‘Hams (singer Mary Mayo) are ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S 
This touched off two dreams. The Theatre Guild, thinking of| * >. 4 ree a oe x : - THE MAN WHO 
Maxwell Anderson and Kurt Weill, and the Metropolitan Opera, Ws ¥ *t , wealthy Dick y = 4TH MONTH : TOO MUC 
through its then new general manager, Rudolph Bing, both saw | lie Winter....j Ce oo anes ti ereecnOn 
an American opera in “Moby Dick.” The deaths of Weill and! Officially 20th meee T TRANS-LUZ me 9.9008 


Huston, the Metropolitan’s tangled finances ended both dreams. | Century - Fox 


But Walter’s vivid son, John, thought on. The ever-growing eptipeae.- S2% ~ | 
collection of paintings—now there are nearly 300—helped him | eames. ae definite” but make a bet that ee o Mow. (7 Thru 7, 
+ plan his film version with Gregory Peck. He warted Wilson as o ie Marilyn Monroe is set to star Patni Hee a ae st 
*. a designer for the picture he was shooting in Ireland, but union ie oo in the film ne ge ag 7 = 

“Blonde omb- | 


Harlow, th 
~ regulations forbade it. | Murder at Mawralerk acetal cea ie: Bill Powell, 


> “Never mind.” said John to the artist who hadn't made a 


: 0m A erate age oy ry | | Daniel Gelin, a Frenchman disguised as a native, has a knife 
| $m his back when he staggers up te Jimmy Stewart in the Air Conditioned 


“we'll send you orf a lecture played by Ann Chapman, wife tg! 
tour of the country with color of the former Secretary of the) Marrakech bazaars of Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Man Who NATIONAL 


* stills of all your paintings.” ‘Interior. In “Jenny Donk for| Knew Too Much" at the Ontario. 

* That's what Gil’s doing now, President” Ann had to mouth; ————— met, . oe a os ook, 

“ a six-month lecture-cum-pic-/®¢ whole script on a runway Box Office Open 10 A.M. to 9:36 
> tures tour before school groups, While other voices spoke for -ouella Parsons: GENE - ' 

°, *. boys’ clubs, camps and youth her into a mike. Mrs. Chapman GEORGIA AVE & $T 

was so good she had Daisy OPEN 


= Organizations, telling them ‘ : . C | ; ( : 
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, _ Wilson's enjoying every min-\ner ‘current actor aon. be 2 oneymoon ort WASHINGTON! 
- ute of his meetings with young Olive Clapper chuckling over 


aig He Aaa erecta er eller ny: a a actors. HOLLYWOOD, May 25 (INS)|and Ronald Howard in the cast, : 
- a e streamer Ginger Rogers, now havgng a se and we start work in two as eee ‘3 : oe , os EPG 3 “2 oS Sai oa y, - r" fi pee ner iy + 1p; is Ai, - 


» He spent eight years on his'>n a bouquet for Mariko Niki | . 

t. project without making any of “The Teahouse of the Au-|cond honeymoon with Jacques /|weeks. | wie ev~\ cgi 3 de 
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AR yrs. sy and, Rn Fe a be seen. So star Eliiback just as wwe 6. ge TS ae Pes Hi 

. artist, it’s good money. But he’s| Wallach took his make-up pen-| soon as she can 

-also being taxed this year asjcil to make CARE visible from/get reserva- ube it Theat lé 

expe changed - yo ah dough bed — row... Edge Fo — tions. She has gate IT 
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32 Saturday, May 26, 1956 


a 


OW lo Keep Well | By Dr. Theodore R. Van Dellen 


LETHAL LEGUMES /Mediterranean area, for ex-jlathyrus peas causes a unique 
ere is nothing like a well- ample, subsist on anything that type of paralysis called. lathy- 


DICK TRACY 


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SAM 


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isense of heaviness in the legs 


| gradual stiffening of the mus- 
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| Some victims complain of 
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lothers feel as though ants were pis 


| By Chester Gould | 


MAKE A SKETCH OF THE 


TELEPHONE AND LIGHT POLES 


SURROUNDING HIS PLACE, 
DRAW UPA DIAGRAM. 


Of.: 
956 by 
. The Chicago Tribune. 
‘crawling under the skin. Fur- eee 


ther involvement leads to REX MORGAN 
lightning-like pains that shoot 


JUNIOR, DRIVE OUT TO . 
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LIZZ, THE POLICEWOMAN, THEY 
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into the legs. 


Lathyrus peas come from 
legumes that grow in India, Al- 
geria, Spain, and France. They 
seldom cause trouble unless 
eaten immoderately. The cause 
is not known but there must be 
something in the plant that in- 
duces this peculiar neuritis. 

A somewhat different di-s- 
ease has been described in rats} 
fed the seeds of the common) 
flowering sweet pea. The bones! 
are affected primarily; the ani- 
mals develop spinal curvature| 
similar to that seen in adoles-| 
‘cent and young men and| 
women. The long bones in- 
crease in size _and the ribs be-| —— 
come distorted in shape. There 
‘is a generalized softening of 


{| YOU JUST GO 

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US SOME 

HAMBURGERS 
TONIGHT~-- BUT 
FIRST FINISH 
READING THAT 
CHAPTER TO ME / 


REALIZE ITS 
NINE O'CLOCK, 
A LILA, ANDI 
1) HAVEN'T THOUGHT 
, ABOUT DINNER 


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DIRECTLY HOME, 
REX! BESIDES, YOU 

HAVE SOME HOUSE 
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I DON’T WANT TO 
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the entire skeleton. 


Hernias and paralysis of the 
hind legs were common. The) 
latter was not due to a defect} 
of the nervous system but to) 
\pressure on the spinal cord by 
the deformed vertebrae. This 
condition (odoratism) affects 
ibone in contrast to lathyrism, 
| which attacks the nervous tis- 
sues. Both are caused by re- 
lated plants. 
| The poisonous substance re- 
sponsible for odoratism is beta- 
amino-propionitrile (BAPN ). 
This chemical has been isolated 


NOW. DON’T TELL ME YOUVE |wuy NO,.MAMA'!T'VE . 
BEEN AT THE LIBRARY WITH / uH.. BREEN COLLECTING 
PAMELA, SHIRLEE! I'VE FOR ADS IN THE SCHOOL 
TALKED TO HER THREE ANNUAL! 
TIMES THIS EVENING! _ 


in a variety of plants. It is not! 
found in other legumes, how-| 
ever, such as soybeans, edible|-—— 
garden peas, navy beans, vel-' 


YOUNG LADY: - 
MIGHT NOT GRADU 
NEXT WEEK! 


vet beans, red clover, or alfalfa. 
This may explain why the 
disorder does not occur in hu- 
/mans who eat these products. 
On the other hand, lathyrus 
peas are nontcxic to rats. In- 
dividuals who are sensitive to 
Vicia fava beans develop yel- 
low skin and severe anemia 
(favism). This bean is popular 
with people of Italian extrac- 
tion but since the allergic re- 
sponse is hereditary. only cer- 
tain families are affected. 
TOMORROW: Awakened by 


numbness. 
ACHING ARMS 
C. T. writes: What causes 
Pai n in the arms on walking? 


HES BEEN 

UNLESS YOU TAKE CARE OF YOUR- 
SELF, NORMAN. I WISH YOU COULD 
CONCENTRATE HERE SOI COULD 


STUDYING ALL 
DAY. NOW HELL 
BE STUDYING 


ALL pasta THAT 


REPLY ~ SMILIN’ JACK | 


— 


By Zack Mosles 


—- 


| Heart disease is one of the "glycerine. Noncardiac origins| 


of arm pain include bursitis, | 
common causes, particularly if neuritis, cervical arthritis, and| 
pain is relieved by resting a circulatory disorders. 


moment or two or using nitro- 


WITH MY CONNECTIONS, 
ITLL BE A CINCH To 


(Copyright. 1956. Chicage Tribune) 


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THE WASK. 


» POST and TIMES HERALD 
34 Saturday, May 26, 1956 


The DISTRICT LINE By Bill Gold 


Old Grad Has a Look 


At Class of °56 
WHEN I was a little boy, 
I heard many of my elders 
Say that the younger genera- 
tion — my generation — was 
headed 
straight for ° 
eternal dam- 
nation, 
That same 
thesis was 
voiced when 
I was a teen- 
Ager. And 
now that I'm 
too old to 
bend over 
enough to 
wee d a Bill Gold 
lawn, my generation is say- 
ing it about today’s children, 
and saying it often enough to 
convince anybody who is lazy 
enough to believe what he 
hears, rather than what he 
es. 
* FU concede that there 
were some bad apples in 
my day, and that there are 
‘some juvenile delinquents 
‘today. But my generation 
didn’t come to the bad end 
predicted for it, and I'm 
sure that today’s young 
people won't, either. 
> As a matter of fact, my 
Beneration did pretty well. It 
Stood its ground against 


eee and Mussolini and in- 
rnational communism. And 
in a few short years it fash- 
joned the machinery for a 
world organization dedicated 
to peace and progress—some- 
thing my father and his con- 
temporaries were never quite 
able to accomplish. 

I dare say today’s high 
school graduates will do an 
even better job in their time. 
It is conceivable that they 
will be able to end the bick- 


erlmg among nations, «find a 
ceiire for cancer, and possibly 
even develop four 20-game 
winrers for the Nats’ pitch- 
ing staff. ~ 

Washington abounds with 
high school seniors these 
days. They come here from 
all over the country for a 
long hard look at the gray- 
beards who are headquar- 
tered here 

Turn about is fair play, 
so I've taken a long hard 
look at them, too. And I'm 
impressed. I hope we look 
as good to them as they 
look to me 

On Thursday night of this 
week | had a chance for 
loser inspection of the new 
crop. The occasion was the 


‘annual bariquet of Quill and 


Scroll, at Allison's Little Tea 
House on Arlington Ridge 
rd 

Quill and Scroll is an in- 
ternational honorary society 
for hich school journalists 
Eligibility is based on scho- 
lastic excellence plus years 
of work on school publica- 
tions 

Every student who had a 
chance to be selected for 
membership was in attend- 
ance at the banquet. A scant 
dozen made the grade. 

As the names were called, 
there were little gasps of 
pleasure, disappointment, 
and just plain relief 

Then, in candlelighted 
solemnity, the _ initiates 
took their vows to be faith- 
ful to the ideals of their 
profession. 

I took pretty much that 
same pledge a quarter of a 
century ago, when I was in- 
itiated into Sigma Delfa Chi, 
honorary journalism society. 
But I doubt whether our 
group was as mature as the 
one I watched in Allison's 
Little Tea House, or whether 
we had as good an under- 


the “candle of truth” to 
which they have pledged 
their careers. They'll never 
find « better way to light 
the road ahead. 

ow 
GIVE-AWAYS 

Housebroken, lovable 

puppy and/or affectionate 
black poodle who needs room 
to run (Woodley 6-2783). 
Adorable, housebroken 
tens and/or mother cat (War- 
field 7-G311). Female puppies 
(Lockwood 40284). Young 
female cocker, has had all 
shots, needs garden and chil- 
dren to play with (Emerson 
36822). Assorted kittens 
(Oliver 4-6143). (Note: In 
each of today’s Give-Away 
letters, a dollar or two was 
inclosed for Children’s Hos- 
pital.) 

coo 
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS 

Greetings to Police Inspec- 

tor Robert D. Chenault, Mrs. 
Eugenie Anderson, Gen. John 
E. Hull, F. Reid Wallace. Sen. 
Alexander Wiley, Rep Fran- 
cis E. Walter, Rep. Alvin E. 
O’Konski and Rep. Jackson 
E. Betts. Tomorrow's cele- 
brants: Joseph C. Grew, Sen. 
Hubert H. Humphrey, Jerry 
Kluttz, Joseph P. Lynch and 
Homer J. Humbert. 

cos 
NO SPRING IN 
THIS LEAP YEAR 


Inasmuch as the almanacs | 
list a “year without a sum- 


mer” back in the 1800s. War- 
ren Francis wonders whether 
this will go down in history 
as the “year with the busted 
spring.” 
cos 

GENTLER SEX 

“Very often,” muses Floyd 
Montgomery, “a woman's 
head on a man’s shoulders ac- 
complishes more 
does.” 


kit- | 


than his | 


JUDGE vlads 


TLL DRIVE IN MY 
CAR AND MEET YOU 


By Paul Nichols , 


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v. 


I LOCATED YOuR 
HUSBAND, MRS FOSTER’ 


Pee veneers 


HOHO, SHANTY N 
TOWN, THIS Is MY 
SHOP! I CALL THE 


" GENERAL 
TOWN, THE 


LOOK, BARNEY, 


r t 1968. Pelt Rote 
— 


I'VE GOT WORK \ DANCE HERE! 

To Do! LET ME 
OUT OF THIS 
ANTISEPTIC 


or 


YOU'LL HAVE TO 


TH’ CELEBRITIES... WHERE'S 
STEVE AN’ KNOBBY 7 


reon.e waco Te), 
BARNEY, } ENGINES CHECKED 


AT INTERVALS, JUST LIKE 
YOuR TIN BIRDS! MOST 
OF US DO IT BY LOAFING 


ONE OR TWO DAYS EACH 


WEEK ... BUT NOT you ! 


y ... AT LEAST SOMEBODY SENT YOu 
FLOWERS... BUT NO CARD! you 
TELL YOUR EVER-LOVIN’ WIFE 
THAT SHE SHOULD LABEL HER NICE 
GESTURES —OR PEOPLE MIGHT 
THINK SOME OTHER GAL IS 
TAKING ADVANTAGE OF You f¥/ 
Are HELPLEss! /Z 


i 


By Ham Fisher _ 


A) 5 
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AND NOW~-TI GOT TH’ EXTREME PLEASURE 

T’ INTERDUCE TH’ FINEST CHAMP IN 

HISTORY.,.TH’ WORLD'S HEAVYWEIGHT 
CHAMPEEN... TH’ ONE 


AN’ ONLY 
JOE PALOOKA ? 


my SAVE YER GOOD 4 

7 LUCK WISHES FER 
YER BABY BROTHER , 
JOE ...HE’S GONNA 
NEED IT, TONIGHT 


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7 oe oe ‘ 
“LIE ox a 
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standing of what we were 
saying 

And 
match 
ease 


we certainly didn’t 

the poise and social 
of today’s high school 
senior. In my graduating 
class. just about everybody 
had two left feet and acknow!l- 
edgec every introduction by 
saying “pleasedtameetcha” 


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¢ ON BRIDGE 


BRIDGE QUIZ 


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Good 
Lasts So 


might miss a game, for nine 
Q. 1—As South you hold: tricks may be available at no 
and blushing furiously. 4A Q1032 YA962 6K9 433 trump—but your length in 
For my dough, the Quill The bidding has proceeded: hearts makes the penalty dou- 
oped ) ben an. ett. ble quite appealing. Repeated 


and Scroll initiates are a | spade Pass 7 diams 
fine looking bunch. I hope Pass 2hearts Sdiams. 3% hearts forces on declarer will probably 


enough @ them stay in ° Wha ; 
, os t do you bid now”? 
journalism to keep alive Q. 2—As South you hold: 


aK74 99 


/ ener, 


me 


ihave a cripping effect. | 

2—A jump of some kind is} 

The bi @KI9753 &AQ7 indicated but there is no com-| 

° bidding has proceeded: | pletely satisfactory call avail-| 

Pees i Pass able. A jump to two no trump) 

, r J might turn out well but we try 

a xo fwd gheongl ld: to avoid the bid on unbalanced 

4K Q WAKI 43 6A93 . K& P hands. Perhaps the lesser of 

93 & evils is a jump to three clubs, 

a bid which we usually avoid, 

with only three trumps. We find | ~~ _ 
this slightly preferable to a” DONALD DUCK 

three-diamond bid which some- 

Q. 4—As South you hold: how seems more confining. 
sees AG YOC OR QI109876 463) 3—Pass—and ,fast. If there 
yo ® ro festh were a game in this hand, part- 


: BR A TTS What do you bid? ner would have been able to 


ANSWERS keep the bidding open on the) 
The Area's Largest Independent Sewing Machine Company 1—Double. It is true you first round. He is merely mak- 
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|} the opponents from stealing a 
FATON EE PARKING FALLS CHURCH 
LO, 4-0039 


rn part score and he should not 
MIE. 8-6858 JE. 4-7 be punished for his enterprise. 

Today Only 
Your Old Machine 


4—Four diamonds. This hand 
presents two logical choices: 
->Is Worth 
$50.00 


either a pass to find out more 
Regardless of Condition 


Seuth 
1 heart 
Double 


West North 


Pass Pass 
t epades 3 hearts 


Pass 
What do you bid now? 


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x 
4 eet 


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strategy. 
| (Copyright. 1956. by Chicage Tribune) 


—_—— 


IT’S FOR THE 
CHURCH CAKE 
SALE. 


FATHER , I 
BAKED YOUR 
FAVORIT 


about the hand or a preempt. | 
Ee 
pie sh CAKE TODAY/ 


Our preference is for the four-) 
diamond bid. We do not con-' 
$179.50 
Price 
TRADE IN 50.00 
J 


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By Saunders and Overgard 


By B ranner 


BEFORE IT CALL THE 

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WITH YOu! ANDY SAID THERE 
WERE TWO Boys. 


NO, I WON'T 


' COME, COME / SPEAK 
UP! IT'LL GO EASIER WITH 
TELL /..2 


YOU IF YOU TELL WHO 


THE OTHER FELLOW 
a 


HEY BUD--WANNA SELL 
THEM CLOTHES YOU'RE 
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Yesterday I suggested that in 

order to rescue our flagging, 
skidding foreign relations, Ike 
should appoint Clare Booth 
Luce to a high ~.... 
post in the —J3 
‘State Depart- 
ment, possibly 
as Secretary of 
State, with 
Dick Nixon as 
(under Secre- 
tary. - 
Dou btless 
some readers 
thought I did 
this with 
tongue in 
cheek. 


Pearson 


Backstop 


By Drew Pearson 


Dulles, 
t Told 


can people helped to finance * 


Hitler for World War II. 
Speech in 1939 

In the spring of 1939 Dulles 
was speaking before the Eco- 
nomic Club of New York. 

“These dynamic peoples,” he 
said, referring 
Italy and Japan, “determined 
to take destiny into their own 
hands and attain that enlarged 
status...which had been 
denied them.” 

This speech was an apology 
for Hitler and Mussolini. It 
was made after Hitler had 
gobbled all of Austria and 
Czechoslovakia, after Musso- 


to Germany, 4 


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what's happening to our foreign 
policy and at the men fespon- 
sible for its disastrous tailspin. 
| When Herbert Hoover Jr., 


and after Japan had occupied 
much of{*north and central 
China. 

Again on Oct. 29, 1939, after 


our Under Secretary of State‘ Hitler had attacked Poland and 


was asked about the island of 
Cyprus last winter, he replied, 
pleasantly and naively: 

“I don't know much about 
Cyprus. I guess I'll have to 
bone up on it.” 
| Yet Cyprus for almost a year 
/had been the second most poten- 
tial danger spot in the Mediter- 
'ranean—the first being Israel- 
|Egypt. It is the job of a diplo- 
imat to look ahead and prevent 
international fires, not run 
around with a bucket trying to 
|Put them out after they get 
started: Hoover and the State 
| Department did not do this. As 
a result, the fire on Cyprus is 
'so intense that years of fire- 
‘fighting will not quench the 
blaze. 

Young Hoover is nice, naive, 
but totally unqualified to run 
the State Department. Yet with 
Dulles away most of the time 
_ Under Secretary has to run 
t. 


Dulles and Hitler 


When John Foster Dulles was 
retained by New York banks 


ihe made several trips to Ger- 
imany and each time he stepped 
off the boat on his return he 
‘made learned statements to the 
/press that Germany was a sound 
investment, perfectly safe for 
American bondholders. 


After every such statement 
more American money was 
poured into Germany — event- 
ually to go down the drain. 

At that same time, however, 
it was no secret that many 
American economists were 
worried over the unsafe founda- 
tion of the German economy 
and the heavy reparations bur- 
den Germany owed to France. 
The$ knew the money poured 
in by American investors was 
being siphoned on to France 
and that eventually the whole 
bubble would burst. 

Their worry was one reason 
why the bankers hired Dulles 
to allay those fears. At any 
rate, Dulles kept on making 
bullish statements about Ger- 
imany. 
| “Our bankers have performed 
\a great service, both to this 
icountry and to the world,” he 
‘announced in 1928. 

“Germany has made great 
| progress,” he said again on Oct. 
'21, 1930. “Her national income 
and government income have 
grown to a point where the 
|reparations charge constitutes 
'a readily bearable percentage.” 
| End result of this investment 
‘splurge and Dulles’ encourage- 
ment of it was that the Ameri- 


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all western Europe was em- 
broiled in war, Dulles made a 
second speech before the Na- 
tional Council of the YMCA. 
“There is no reason to believe 
that any totalitarian states, sep- 
arately or collectively, would 
attempt to attack the United 
States,” he said. “Only hysteria 
entertains the idea that Ger- 
many, Italy or Japan contem- 
plate war upon us.” | 
It was a speech that Dulles: 
badly wanted to forget. 
The trouble is that Dulles) 
has made speech after speech| 
and statement after statement. 
that he would like to forget, 


dating from 1939 to “agonizing = 


reappraisal” to “massive retali- 
ation” to “brink-of-war.” 


Statements on NATO 
Early last month, Secretary 


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‘Dulles flew to Paris to bolster 


NATO, and while there inspired 7 


statements aimed at hoodwink-| 
‘ing the American public inté| 
ithinking he has patched up| 
‘and revitalized NATO. | 

Real fact, however, was that 
the Paris Atlantic Council 
which Dulles attended failed 
miserably to halt the dangerous 
NATO drift toward defeatism 
and complacency. It appointed 
only a three-country committee 
to study steps for giving new 
life to the Alliance 


| It did nothing along the con- 


structive lines suggested by 
President Gronchi of Italy or 
Premier Mollet of France. 
Dulles completely overlooked 
and camouflaged the fact 
that NATO's alleged 30 di- 
visions of troops are a joke. 
Only 10 of these are effective 
and could be counted upon to 
combat a Russian invasion. The 
American equipment which the 
USA sent to France has been 
siphoned to North Africa to 
quell the Arab revolt 
Meanwhile, England is 
pulling some its divisions out 
of Germany. ' 
| These are some of the rea-' 
sons why Mr. Eisenhower! 
should drastically backstop 
Dulles or get a new Secretary 


of State. 
(Copyright, 1954. Bell Syndicate Inc.) 


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siness Opportunities a 
wsiness Property 
siness Service 
hild Care 
onstruction Equipment 
envoelescent Homes 
Dogs ond Pets Ait x 
Forms ; tes ete eal 
orm Machinery i 
orm and Gorden..... 


PERSONALS 


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MOTOR TRAVEL 


Weoreho mes 


WASH, 
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to Ci 
Properties desire 


icago or 
passen 


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Minneapolis 
gers ssist 


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ARTICLES FOR SALE 


12 


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ACC ORDION- 
mode practica 


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PAINTING —O re ; ful ¥ au 20 
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PAPER WNGING: DINING 

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RADIO 

LO. 8-33980 
FURN —C: 


RA : ‘ 
CRIBS 

mattresse 

chairs. $4.95 ii 

DISCOUNTS | 

' SCHULMAN S J 
1319 H 


GOVT. SURPLUS 


HOLL YWé 
acter isec 


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SH \P 7 


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ROOK KEFPING ; 
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SALI 
simas 


‘ hae bh WRITER, 


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ROOM 
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sET— wi reu reht 
08 


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, new Sacrifice 
iott 
con- 
JA 


MAC HINE— wll 
od ; 


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SALE—Bur- 7 RN —c! eats. dress ers. beds. 
0. CEN- iaerators 
< n Bilimore nw 
Fund bel and chair 
$50 SP 3-4137 
P pe + } PURNTIURE— 


1p. Console. $65 
,Look What You Can Get For 


$219 


18 PIECES 


OF 
Brand-New Furniture 


DINETLE SUITE 
LIV ING RM SUTTE 


NO MONEY DOWN 
EASY PAYMENTS 


SAM BROWN’S 


FURNITURE CENTER 
1208 Good Hove rh SE 


rigs 
Sai 
¥ a - = 
ton Hunt- rood cond. 
7t. 
sea Sli - " 


mod 1f 


4927 


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Anacostia: ‘. 200 


FURNIT JF 


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ALL ‘BRAND NEW 


carriage: 
*ryaA 


95 
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,venie 
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CARDEN TKCYOR_C ; 


offer ‘E ; 


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8-930 
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WwW x 30 

ne hee lati 4 Gas RANGE—Pra new 
bran | 9 : _ 6:50 

in Welblli 

5- 3923 : 

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4 aes tabie 


G. as RANGE 36 


ria’ Gas RANGES 
Wheat : rt 


SUITE 
4 e 


GOLF CLUBs 
8 OOd* 5 ica 


$303 
IRONER 
exce co rat 
RIT. CARINETS. 
new gntiy 4 


Hot 
ond 


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LOTS —- Port 
' sa 


er e ide cr ; motor ‘ss 

cawy woWERS 
reel anc rotary mower 
Will take trade 


hie 


5321 

LAWN. Wowes. ld-Inch blade. 89 

Lec GEAGE—EAVE ime and "tt Toub. es 
your wwe i-famous 

TrE {SdoAGe fre T TENN'S 

Mid-Town Luggace Distr? 

3938 Geors! a Ave. NW TA eae 

MARINBA, Deagan. student's m 

a ee peed. Deacan vibraharp 


“SUITE, 10-51 d 
$75. Call RA WIMEOG RAPHE sire BO Drs: 
Elec ully ine $200 


sold 
CEN AL. 2019 
T3560 - “HD-7 a 
N ixe 


overhaul! a 


“mahor. 
extension 
$40 OV 


iron 
FU RN Leather 


ne 7 hairs 
‘tal book 


ce ye on “plarti 
HW 3- ‘5485 sofa an match 
oo hatr asses 
ORGAN “Wea er: 
On tifu} er 


fice ; Carden 4- Ssi> 


Ain e! ent 
will 


eonci- 
sacTi- 


SEWING MACHINES—USED 


Same time, 


the other 
the 3rd paper lost 66,792 lines 


7-day paper lost 16,924 lines and 


The Washington Post and Times Herald is the 
only paper in town that published more ads last 


month than 


1955. Actually, 4,986 more, 


in April, 


while other papers lost want ads. 


Phone REpublic 7-1234 | 


To Place Your Want Ad 


| CAMP 
ava, 


ARTICLES FOR SALE 


ORGAN—Electr 
returne 
new 
Charlies 


as 0 


1-4434 


PIANO—<}rand ancl laimed 
Steifl; mahos exc 


RE. 


ey spine mano 


9- 5155 
dy urned 
40 


from rental 


offer 
PANO St aaaeed 
} oD cond 
00d ‘tons 315 
orn . Vv a) 
PIANOS —Rec« md 
Ss: : ,. 
Kn abe 
excei 


39-4629. Ji ; 

rosewood square 
cona reas. AD : 
~ Ou r was accept ed bY 
: beyond expecta- 
“while We have a tew-—you 
consider a new piane wi th 
A, m ~ finer 


* sale 


e. (Nak: —« Aaa 


Saxck 3 


'D au’ 
pertect cond no mars 


REFRIGERATORS — $5450. Elec 
gas : treed PEEPT Ess SALES 
7 “oa ave nw DE 22-5566 
REF — ~apveener too. 
best 


RE Fae ERATOR—Keh ina ‘or, FB yrs 


| pers + 
REYRIGERATORS—Us 
er 3 uar 

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44) 8 , & ave 


RI FRIGER ‘Tos cu 
: cond = 


“REFR Sas He ge 
$5 DOWN DELIVERS 


Heada arte oy used 
al IKE 


REFERIG ERATOR “No: 
REF RIG - : 


- pes. 
REF RIGE 1 agg 


year: 


$25 up 
- 2 he RA 

ait RIGER ATORS 
guar $eiiv ed. ige 
STOVE ; + 7th 

REFRIGS Used a ; 
A.) con $43.95 District 
ise 


vA 2. 8952 
guar 


n® 
aae® 

Ho 

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“) 


atal Royal Ka shan, $500 
cond > -652 
: eoSivece ex. cond. 
10a14 ft. CO 58495 
Le og WINE, 


nis ’ « 
MACHINE — Strad dford 
$35. JU 
White da 
desk cabs net 


@:-entng 
SEWING 
1 35 n 


ARTICLES FOR SALE 12 INSTRUCTIONS 14 


—_L | oe mee , i A ; Taree LL mre 
. ~ > . 
A . . 


mn DeauUy cu 
aber ov ed 


Englieh class with 
GREGO ofr macnrine ; 

Al r conditioned. TE MPLE SCHOOL 
1335 OG mt N A 


HELP, MEN 
ACCOUNTANT 


A excelient opportunity exists tr 

he Baltimore division_ office of a 

large ol] company he position 

offers @ *Atarti = lary of $37 0 

mon employe 

efiis. @ definite opportunities 

or advancéeme : 
posit ions 


3255 


st RVEYOR'S TRANSIT. «0 vod cond 
} herrvdal le Cement Block 


“esaale limed oak $6 
~ 1936 models if 

d want an | honest 
PARA OUNT 

Pr ing 


Cc TENN &. 3038 Geor- 
—tA 9- 


spring eo full ime of 
20 ence ‘ape te of oaucatio’ wit! 
m vited available to 
DOWD 8 4418 Conn 


TV—Admira! able model 
Exc. cond "$60, “sp. 93-4024 We pe ine m P ‘ise, Nw 
TV TEST EQUIPMENT—i Heath i ie 
TV nment generator 

gen ‘met ers. Reas. priced 

a ex- 
TIRE SALE—Wear het 
retreads. euar 


perience contacting delinquent ac- 
counts. Automebi\e 
ferred. Age 22 te 2° 
CITIZENS BANK OF 


exper pre- 


MARYLAND 


TYPEWRITER s- 
and portabies 
$35 up. Ele ~ omg 
up. CENTRAL 2019 t from 5 
ae ge Your choice. only 
a Ll Clarks. EM. 3- 
ee demonstration 


commis: Le 


] (ier 5- 50. 


and extras: 

fice. $65. TA 

, ee TROLUX 
ie hey ast 


' 50 to 
ms rus e 
DE = 


excellent 
_3-0423 
vAc’s $9.95 with 
att hij I 
cennve Diseou nt 
Ripde Island _ 
——— MAC HINES—(25 ’ 
WOrkKS in cooperation * 
charity. ‘ore NO 
WASHER in 


ondition 


eady r 
MARTIN. 1429 
eB | ve ° 

10 ‘. 


ew. 

ith 
7-54 12 

excellent 


very reas 


AIRLIN (ES 
ad under iNsSTRt CTION ‘s 
_Tes ho 12 Ir 
Appliance Serviceman 
Experienced 2 poms : 
ers and dryers. BET! REF 
ERATION r. Apes ANCE 


IcE 
ARC ETE TU ARAL. Draftsmen 
iencea : ; as is 


-FT caire 
OL » - 8697 
aa an Easy 
4 good cond. 
WASHER Thor. 


a. Be 
lat 
se "F-R0 20 
mod. semi- 
perf. cond Li. 73-2323 
Ww ASHER—Sacrifice aving co 
r wecsttngponee. Laundrom at. i 
mos. ol6. WO 
WASHER. Sasv_ in- -Dry. 
a order. $, Kl e-73 
ASH enmore auto.. 
2-7122 


= @_ is 


Norge push-button. | 
"56: sacr. 895. DA 


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u) 
BA st 7 


ao mart. Time 


Bpin 
$45. 
late 
$50 
TERY. 
aii Fx - 
agit’ 
—" 
UND ERs & / Associates 
GRADE FOREMAN 


th eng: neer . 
bei Kgtoun | Bo 4 


man 
nical 


WASHERS —Ueed | 582. 
; $-215%, Post-T H 
ry ‘2-519 ASSISTANT Office Man aget- bp 0k 
: = keeper for. office of are ) 
~ BED With mattress and| tan automobile S 
wardrobe HE. 4- 4546 have ¢ rience in & 
OOK mee ne 


Mu auto : eo 
refrig. Best offer "EL 6-3212 ortunitey lor ix Lf an 
M ' oO. ‘ 1500 
> ARTICLES WANTED 13) Doin: 


AN tuler—Furs.. pric-a-vrac i At TO ix HANIC. 
ver jewelry Ortental objects peint- 
ings Cash RAY. JU 0 


Phon 
ap- 


hich pilece-work 


Auto and ‘Appiiar ee 


xie— White or Co! Col. 
ref Sia- 
i: 


Ss n's 
any cond.; je son, peresn | 
ra Krupsaw Mi) estone. 1438) 
Wisconsin ave re. NO. 71-0306, __ 
ng uites oft! ice 
re errata 


eebRGN ds 
DU. 7-0513——RA. 6-2977 
Any th 


SOOKE BOTG a 
ALBION BOOK SHOP 
yivVani ave. oF ST.’ 3-66 


CAan Pal Tmmed. remov 
refrs.. st 
14a 


io 
orec 
ion. 22 Bla 
AUTO MECHANICS Pu 
part tim enings an 
oe arionbed on.y must y 
; n eT™ Dicke 
sonal re 
seed used fut n 
Closed Mo ’ 
SE. ‘FURNITURE EXC HANOE | 
St. SE LI 


pIN an SUITE—Early Pe 
berry of map JA. 17-4168 


PURRIT bay WANTED 
EM. 2-6677 
‘or ens 
FURN. WANTED—Any amount: 40 1512 th 
need refrigerators. ¢as Tange anc an 2-1572 
vey Mr Gray NA 8:2672, _ t? eC MANIC M pee! ter 
LRN. WANTED—Cash for single olid 
‘toe Mr 
Winer 


r 
aaaat or tb ee) old JU 5-0313 - , "henedits P 
. ink. Addison Che 4th ¢ 
L6 ida. NW 
sis ‘T sod y 


ring vour denta! gold. piatinum, 
jeweiry. W 


pF 
giscarced 
? A 
64 YEARS AT 935. 
1 OLD-FASHIONED 


5323 ae 3 
AUTO PARTS MAN Whe, MOPAR 
experience preferred, a, .4 
a. ong ried my a 
Dam , Contra! a Parts. 1430 
2. No phone 


AUTO SALESMAN | 


car Pct of new car 
i} floor 


, mi, a ‘ 
PIANOS 5G ight [ 
styles. JU. 9-3039 
INSTRUCTIONS 
AIRLINES NEED 
Bish | School Genguates. 


Men and 
trai 
inteTesti ne pos 

7 


Hostesse¢s er- 
ion- penta Radio- 


can 
: sary 


BOOK KEE PER OR 
rerma 


AUT AF UTS 


, FP 


Lit KI. AY, KR 


ta Le 


| @r part ti ime 
nave an ide r titis 
instruct you 


DRIVERS 


pA 


Pines 


CHEF 
Par 


2s 


ce 


*ciVit EN 


“RU nga 


CLEEE- -=¥ ist 


for Bacher . 


“No” 


. 
A OUNSELORS 
bufta? nea 


ca 


ef LEPPER a 


White 
"4 Pp eas a > ‘. : 


a ros do no 
~ats 


‘test 


BOB'S STUDIO 


exper 


3 
Soa 


2a ft or be re 
WANTED 
Berkeley Sprit 


ige 


tents 


py SNe 
pe eee 


ey P Rove 


COLLECTION” MAN ~ 


COOKS. . ite an 

Counte 
Chef. : 
D shwa here 
, 


N fre 
CONWAY'S Em; 


COST ACCOUNTANT 


THE m YT 


{A 


nr 


lored, $50-860 
te at 


~S 


NP ORMATI 
s- 


ACF ELECTR ONIC 


‘ 
ERMAN 


ROOM 
r he eee © 


ADAMS 


BARTENDE 


CAPTAIN 
P Windsor 


: me 
VAN LIS 


Creek Parkway 
J ff lf N 


DRUG CLERK 
ence Necessary) 


EM : 
ELECTRICIANS 
s'eac’ work 


WHAT IS REQUIRED 


anc 


8 300 
*xD 


pa 


\ AHI 
e M a 


CALL MISS ARNOLD 
_RE 


ary 


4 
s& ‘7 


A DIVISION OF 


}ENERAL DYNAMICS 
MPORATION 

Pomona. California very 
RBARBOUR 


_ 


HOO V E r 


1640 Wood 


FOOD PLAN SALESMAN 


wee TTA 1 Pian Saiesn 

SEC) a. ?.% + € er ne 

1956 ing progre Cc 

CAPITOL 
9-3 


Interviewing » Engineers 
in Washington for Mis- 
sile Program in Southern 
California 


AD IN 
AY @ 


ELECTRONICS CO 


land Ave. Balte. 15. Md. 


SEF 
M 


SPORTS 
26 ana 4 
FLOOR LAVERS, sanders anc fin- 
ishers. Cail AP. 7-0107 or LU 
“9054 alter 6 Dp. ™ 
FURNITURE 
“eriencec 


wanted 


finisher 


einer ei~- 
Call JE. 4-0361 


GRADUATE ENGINEERS & 
SCIENTISTS 


Required for Non-Defense Product Development 


We are planning to expand our development 
activities in the product. areas of Agriculture, 
Food Processing, Petroleum Equipment, Nuclear 
Energy, and other industrial fields 
Opportunities exist for technical men having 
good basic knowledge in applied mechanics, 
physics, chemistry, hydraulics, electronics, heat 
transfer, operations research, and data reduc- 
tion: and who have the imagination to take the 
initial steps in converting this basic knowledge 
into products in the above fields 

Living in the mild climate of California's Santa 
Clara Valley adds immeasurably to the enjoy- 
ment of such a career 

Write, wire, or call collect the details of your 
background 


FOOD MACHINERY & CHEMICAL 
CORPORATION 


Manager of Central Engineering 
SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA 
Phone: CYpress 4.8124 


COLLEGE 
GRADUATES 


Continuing plans for expansion of BALT! 
MORE BRANCH OFFICE create a splendid 
opportunity for a college graduate. This 
is a chance to become a permanent mem- 
ber of the sales engineering force of the 
world’s largest manufacturer of automatic 
controls 


Successful applicant will receive 7 weeks 
training course in Minneapolis with salary 
and expenses. Upon completion, he will 
receive a new model automobile for busi- 
ness and persona! use 


If you are a college graduate, with some 
training in math and physics or engineer- 
ing, between the ages of 22 and 35, you 
can take the step which may start you on 
a lifetime career, 


Reply in writing only, giving details of age, 
education, experience, and Salary require- 
ments to 


COMMERCIAL SALES MANAGER 


MINNEAPOLIS- 
HONEYWELL 


Regulator Company) 


4612 Harford Road. Baltimore 14, Maryland 


SALES 


OPPORTUNITIES 


IN 


BUSINESS AUTOMATION 


College or engineering graduate 
with a keen interest Ness 
desire to sell, ability 
who want an unlimited future 


m oOUsS 
to work 


rasie- yates oetren cs 
al 


ith sit 
od cond. 


STENOGRAPHIC MACHINE | . case 


ne chairs 
ius od chair ,ood r 
2-09 proved for ae 5 allies 
information 


rite 


~ gn announcer serty 
writer or producer for radio A T 


ood Hope 
wAUTO SALESMAN 


An excellent oppormany | for en 
experienced, _arere 
he sport ati 4 


the right 
in perscn 


eas Koray Be a SONG 
MOTORS, INC. 


Gia lensburg Red 
jsconsin 7¥ e 
° - rin 


TREMENDOUS REMODELING SALE 


5800 Baltimore . Hyatise! 


ie. Md 


HOW ARE YOU TRAINED 


. Successful applicants are enrolied ina formal 
training program lasting for |2 


8 months 


Traini ng is conducted in machine princip.es 


and functions, 


sign and integrated data pr 


ranges upward 


metnods ana'ysis 


systems Ge- 
Salary 
de- 


oC 
per 


essing 


from $375 month 


pending upon experience and background. 


Merit increases may be ea 


ing period 


red during train- 


U 


‘PLAc E Fol ip —Gas 


es. screens @ 


aTO 


" #4 nal; re 
ERS and draperies custom 225) 
m your hem of : FOAM. 
HO. 2-694 Giibian 


tu 
$10 


‘RUBRER. ut 
. 2145 F nw 


ndiro 


ug eles. 
facade 1340 G ST. N w.—ONLY 
any ; Look at These Prices' 


5-168 


Wy ee PORTABLES 


PONE 
cialia) ne 
Bs RGEON—C omplete yard) 


BRAN 
FOR 


o at ee if 1s & _Fesearch, 

t bert mo ; 

lL, NA. s- 9010, “Ext 508 
STERY—Repair and clean- 
ipcovers and draper ies made. 
6992. RA 

wall. floor cleanina war. 
Bi comting CO “> O514 


NG. & LAW N OWS 
O. 5-1234 
“0 


to45. a ror £3) 
. oO all 
ME sceies’ a3 


v 


6-77} 


at A FURNITURE 
- 3 ROOMS 


$245 


NO MONEY DOWN 


Easy Terms, Free Delivery 


SWANK FURN. 


1310S H ST. NE& 


Singer Featherweight 
$119.95 
| Singer Long Babbin 
| $24.95, $34.95 
Singer Round Bobbin 
$39.95, $49.95, $54.95, 
$69.50. $79.50, $89.50, 
and $99.50 


D NEW 
ONLY | 


Other Makes 
$14.95, $19.95, $24.95 
$39.95 


1340 G ST. N.W. 


4. 


3-8700 


SINGER SEWING CENTER 


AUTO SALES 5 et A a small 
working force in modern suburban 
sales are 
eel ing is! 
investigate bhe | 
: 


Broadcasting 
Phone for free 


WHAT WORK WILL YOU DO 


Upson completion of training, Sales Repre- 
sentatives work with businesses and institu- 
tions in the mechanization of office and.in- 


CONSOLES 
Singer Long Bobbin 
$29. 95,-$39.95 
Singer Round Bebbir 
$49.95, $59.95, $64.50, 
$79.50, $89.50, $94.50, 
and $99.50 
Other Makes 
$19.95, $24.95, $29.95 
and $39.95 


LEARN TO ‘DRIVE ° IN A WEF 
ADDTA Driving School. ME. 86-1050 
RADIO «& TV ANNOUNCING — 
Classes..Jume 4: America’s outstdg 
brdcst day & eve. classes 


course 
8230 eu q nudes terms: 
der Schi 


EEN- "AGER 


Use your cael to learn @ Yo-| 

cation. Stud ° 

and Radio staff announcer, writer 
DS oe 


n 
Eibach STING. 2 Bets rt | 
WA 


SINGER SEWING CENTER 


7-0343 | 


NA. 8-0184 


4 


« 


TV | 


men te train as announc 7” 


nf 
WA ME 
3032 Hamilton st 


D 
“AUTO SALESMAN > 


sed-car dept of new-car dealer 
xcellent COmDaD , banefite. includ- 
ing DA aid vaca beh draw| 
ing account ron Bh oy cai 


wpe ot Rte ah OnNee | 


LOTS To young men 2 ‘do ine 
ond spring and brake work. Exper 

ot necessary for man gt ne for 
perm. position. Apply in person 
JEFFERSON SPRING SERVICTE 
CO., 1064 Thomas Jefferson &t 
NW, 2937. 


Wy Bye quar- 


dustry procedures 
data handling methods with corporate 


of 


executives. and 


We includes analysis 


managers, and projecting 


these methods into machine systems. 


_ To arrange 
phone Miss 
8-6208 


IBM 


HOW DO YOU APPLY 


1220 


personal interview, write or tele- 
Patricia Rosetta, 


MEtropolitan 


19th Street, NW. 
Washington 6, D. C.. 


reaso 
steady Or part-time. 5504 3a st. ae! 


Centinued eon Following Page. 


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— 


_ THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES. HER 
8g Saturday, May 26, 1956 


RALD 


AENTERANCE, MAN. 
seni. mai 


age 


. 4 


rene! 
carpe 


Circulation 


means quicker sales results 
for Washington Post ard 
Times Herald classified ad- 


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MANAGER MECHANIC Outboard motor expe 
Dependadie, to head service dtp. 0 
marine business _ptate, asc. au 
end helper. Saian COMM Isat + 4 st exp eaiary 
vacation with pey. erour nd M-47 4 Pasi yo 
telization, and bonus me WAN — Nation organ za Ton 
person ’ les\f he vices o! Lin 
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AND SANDWIC H 
experienced. exce! 
m vperson Rand 
nw 
ROUSEMAN— Apt. 


cleaner 


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IN@PALLA 1ON MEN 
doors, tans. roofing «a 


on 
Bp 4:7833_ 
WECHANIC” Por lawnmower and 
ngine repair ful, ofr 
On v experienced ys needs | 
appiy in person SANDERS & | 
‘HDORF. 946 Giede ra 
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average 


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nw,, 6-1 


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$22 per hr 

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— a 

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530.U 
top | nefits, Apply in 
506 | we Raleig 


ELECTRONICS 


AUDIO-POWER TRANSFORMER 
ENGINEER AND FOREMAN 


Man Capable of Operating New 
Transformer Department 


person 


Write or Apply Person 


Monday Through Friday, 9 to 4, JU. 5-8300 
NEMS CLARKE, _ INC. 
ELECTRONICS SINCE 0? 

919 JESUP BLAIR DOR. 

SILVER SPRING 


ee 


iy 


~ ve 


COLLECTION ASSISTANT 


Pp, ubli by 
long 


Man wanted in of an | ational 
ing Company to contact ae Ma yernvt accounts via 
distance telephone. 


the office err 


This is @ position of responsibility and offers oppor 
tunity for the future. We prefer a person who has 


had finance company experience or related work 


ellent as 
msurance 


To the person who qualifies we offer an exc 
sociation, good salary, vacation with pay, 
we pension privileges. 

work and 
one who 
y 
is available imme- 


“Full training will be giv 
you will recewe every 
qualifies this could be a long 
pleasant association. The openin 
diately. 


is particular 
cooperation To 
profitable and 


= 


’ 


en in ft 


ver 


State fully all qualif and a phone 


mumber where you may be reached. 


Write to Box 572 Post-T.H. 


cations, experience, 


Applicants Will Be Promptly Interviewed. 


COLLEGE GRADUATES—TECHNICAL 


(Engineering, Physics, Mathematics, etc.) 


Young men graduating from college, sep- 
arating from the armed services or other- 
wise interested in the attractive oppor- 
tunities offered through permanent em- 
ployment in the BELL TELEPHONE SYS- 
TEM are invited to call MR. NORWOOD 


for an interview. 


ME. 7-9900, Ext. 2043 
Monday thru Friday 


8:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. 


AGAIN! 
ENGINEERING 
EDUCATION 


for B BS. Grad sate 
at meceatinae Polytechnic insti itute 


Response was qverwheiming to our 
education to seiected men 

rtunity to .get a foot ser 
profession 


; recent offer to give ¢ 
undr eds recognized it a 
in the well-paid eneinecring 


Tf you missed out last here's 
another comprehensive 

ast. study will be to the eae 
netitute. Instruction will 

Center near our East Hartf . ¥ sides 


news. "We are offering 
tiona rog: As the 
s of Ren sselaer Polytechnic 
he new Hartford Graduate 


in 


you wWiil start at a liberal 
as you progress, Dpen : 
cetermiine your assigmiment to a- 
either our g48 turoime or nuclear 


In addition to free tuition 
, iIncr@ases 

will 
design work in 
group 


or 
propulsion 


reimbursed educational! 
Center of Rensselaer 
Degree in Mechanica! 


—_* = an R how this can ) © OUr 

the Hartford “Gradust : 
SSicchate” Institute and & Master's 
Engineering. 


If you would 
prestige of an.- 
limited 


of an 
immediately 


the high earnings 
apply 


like 
engineer 


engineer—the 
Openings are 


MINIMUM INTERVIEW REQUIREMENTS 
Must have a BA. or B.S. decree from an accredited collece. 


oe have completed math through differential and integral 
calc 


Must have completed one year of college physica. Additional 
courses in chemistry or related science sublects desirable 
Must nave passed math and science courses with a “C” 
or bett 

“CC” average in all unders 


Must have maintained a raduate 


work. 
40-WEEK PROGRAM 


ar BS. dearce but 
you may 


have 


e all of the 
fiigible for 


our 40- 


do not 


If vou have a BRA 
be 


above math requirements. 
week Engineering Program 


@ Preference siven to men who have completed college educa- 
tien since 1950 


@ Please bring tr anecript of college record to interview if it 


is readily availabic 


Call Mr. MH. M. Heldmann at 
EXecutive 3-5034 between 
11 am. and 7 p.m. 


For an interview tn 
WASHINGTON 
May 25, 26, 27 


PRATT & WHITNEY 
 SAIRCRAFT 


Division of United 
East 


ft Corpo 
muriere & Deana 
World's foremost designer and builder of atrcraft engines 


* 


' 
| ; 

Chalengin 

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oder 
; ew batiate 
uh pew ' Call 35 yrs. of 
Pirst | 


gta is Be 


it 


NEWSRAPE 
MOTOR ROUTE 
DISTRIBUTOR 


Warrenton, Va. 
Distributorship available 
in Warrenton and vicinity. 
Applicant must live in 
Warrenton or ~close by. 
Late model car and cash 
bond required 
EXCELLENT EARNINGS 

Apply Mr. Lyerly 
6th Floor 


‘The Washington Post 


and Times Herald 
1515 L STREET NW 


PAINT STORE 
MANAGER 


be experienced 
ny i future to ¢ 
Mr. Sehneider 
.825. Thempso 


a 
n Paint Shares. Inc 
3616 14th st. ow 


Good sa att ) 


PAINTER'’S HELPER — Experienced 
wi 2 


ts sanding and tapping th driv 

°_A ly in person, 

9205 Baltimore 
Md 


_ ns 
B 
he e Park 
Pe ‘hS—Spray. men 
ers ist creas tou 
L, work in A exandr! a Va. 


biva 


stea 


Wheaton arca 

im ft on Randolph 

Rockinghorse rd then left 
PE RL 


office MUTTER BROS... Ran- 


mae oo Y ED ONLY 


“frat 


“and labor- 

ages v 

an qa Bilver | 
5 


to 


Little 


“PAINTERS | 


FREDERICK W. BERENS 
SALES, INC., JA. 5-2620 

xperienced. 
Cnnocoranses 


school education 


c! apg > eh » suburban 


Dry 
een 

Lewk te ule is wale a — 
oh no and commission 


‘ROUTE. SALES MEN—Residen: 
Washington area. white. 


car and. 
no 


3-7894 


for stationery 


‘Arlington, Va. See Mr. Brown 
SALESMAN 


Por manufacturer's tee i? 
elec rica! materials 


territory: 
either Baltimore or Washington 
ear necessary Ordinary 
hunters need not apply. Must 
steady and sincere. Salary or co 
Misa 


lers, Box 460. Post T. 


of 
mar- 
rate estabd- | 


real | 
” gore 


ee| WASHINGTON POST & 
locate In 
‘be 


ion, Write giving full particu. | 


“SALESMAN 


on oor 


TUNITY OF A 


mx 
APETIM 


ee Congressional 
ALESMAN 


ng established Clothing | 
Store and Men's Purnishings x- 
gerienced, Salary And commission 

i info. Post Office Box 
2507. Washington 


we ite, ~ €l eile 
li Bethe: da Painting SALESMAN—Part- time. needed for 
ee 2-4322 be 


ino ATTENDANTS 
Ring tot, 1909 Hs 


PERSONNEL 
MANAGER 


- Apply 
nw 


g& opportun ty for 
siffe " 


Mu ‘st have eunertence in "naneiac. 
turing industries 


ACF ELECTRONICS 
1305 Leslie Ave. Alex., Va. 
Ki. 8-4940, EXT, 36 


PAINTERS — “Experien ced. 


exterior 
Pairiing- 


TECHNICIAN 


For Electronic 
Manufacturing Plant 


APPLY 


onday Thru Friday, 9-4 


NEMS CLARKE 
919 Jesup Blair Drive 
SIL MD. 


VER SPRING, 


ENGINEERS 
Would You Like 
to Move to 


is cALESMEN Purn 


' 


LOS ANGELES 


CALIFORNIA 
NORTHROP 


Now Offers Career 
Opportunities in the 


SNARK SM-62 


GUIDED MISSILE) 


and the 
SUPERSONIC 
JET TRAINER 


Programs 


Immediate Openings Are 
Now Available for 


Research, 
Design, 
Development, | 
& Analytical 
Engineers 


With College Degree or 
Eeautvalent Experience in 


MECHANICAL 
ELECTRONIC 
ELECTRICAL 
AERODYNAMIC 
STRUCTURES 
and CIVIL 
ENGINEERING 


as Well as 
Math, Physics and 
Weapon Systems: 
Analysis 


‘Call Mr. John Andre at! 


| 
| 
| 
; 


SALE 
vancement aed for 


fine town ay hy shop; eves. and 
, 


Sa 
*tEVITAN'S, 30 3044 14th Bt "NW. 


SALESMEN—(4) 


If. you can sell and have car and 
are not making $300 per wk, drop 


everything you ase doing and rush | 


mmediately Ra. 
_— ever be 
Mr. Michee! . * sii 


over to see me 
fastest moving 
eer sured 


‘SALESMAN 


OW operating eres 


SALESMEN 


We are looking for 
who wish to increase their earn- 
ings to meet the present high ex- 
penees of livine fe have a train- 
ing course which will prove to vou! 
that do not need any 

or neve yee 
produ We would like wr talk to! 
you in person "Car is essential. 


APPLY 
10-1 ON SATURDAY 
10-4 WEEKDAYS 


Pen-Del. Farms of Md., 


inc. 


4 BONIF 
BIL ER SPRIN 


SALESMAN 


Opportunity in eur my ny o .. 
partment. Excellent pay 

demonstrator Hospitalization — 
insurance avaliable. Selling: experi- 


8ST 
. MD. 


accessory. 

wide awake 

for inside saleswork,. 
good 


youn -, 
excel ent _o 


Apply 
Manhattan Auto Ps 


706 7th nw. 
SALES MEN- Ale locations. 


lumber, 


progressive com 

ith and HB Sts 
and large fe appll-| 

mn credit. Outside work 


iene on cloth. | 


Drawing ac- 
~-2466 


re Gal 


ounte ers coos 
A AN 
ease len® pay 


White, 
BA 


exper 
IN 13 


SERVICE 
REPRESENTATIVE 


Leadir automotive manufacturer 


with extensive serv-* We have several openings 
abo ns Bank 


in OM de alership. 


valuable: | 


Opportunity) 


Box M-461, Washington Post 


i) Strong's Ease. 
lane). Ra 


t echanic; good | 

references desired. Suitland Park. 
v e 

e 


A rere 
an on ap i eee | 
fits 


son 


Bares and oo 

ro s aring ppl n r- 
Krafft Im! +f Tea. 3850 
our 


sober 


ed, Apply 
lle rd. 


3476 
Porestvilie Md. 


SHOEMAKER OR FINISHER 
Good job pay for fient man 
amon i Waahin ton ive a 


“ower Diner; 502 Rhode ‘Island | 


(white). fast. night 

work Midwa 

nM operat Peed tae ot 
sa 


et top ~ 
yo 


experienced: 
5-4711 


perienced in 
all types of alterations and repair 
work: reliable. Good 


2 Connecticut ave. 


| and steady e 


| TAPER 
r 


| 


AERONAUTICAL pigs 


MEtropolitan 8-5931 tor | 


WASHINGTON 
INTERVIEWS 
Fri., Sat., and Sun., 
May 25, 26, and 27 


Firm Offers May Be 
Made at This Time 


Travel and Moving 
Expenses -May Be Paid 
Northrop Air raft 

WrnoAne. 


pb 


sobe 


ages. 
kinson at Belmont 


+3 
DRIVER. exp. abdie- bodied, | 
_— 


les 
posite Mayflower Apart- 


WELDERS 
NEEDED FOR OUR NEW PLANT 


APPLY FOR INTERVIEW 


Sat., May 26th 
9 a.m, to 3 p.m. 
Richmond Steel Co., 
“AichMo Po st: 
983 


te. mec v 
inclined operate guiematis 
mailing machtar o expr. re- 
quired, will train. akoma Park 


A _organizailon, has open. : 
on 


ff or co e 


ess rof 
ama facility. fo 
rts 


areer 
nelo 


service and bar oper 
ous were elut 
r 


vn ge see d 
Serviegs. " a, Detour. 
a 


pecial Services. 
<: i Be 


If you have - it takes <a kpoek | 
te hone) 


R.« | 

A five- 
ficurp income aud be yours with | 
celle chance of advance. 


aut 


married men) 


He-hinger | 
NE. 


3213 
Rainier ' — 


CLERK-TYPIST 
ang gg en 
CLERK TYPIST 


35-HOUR WEEK 
tion of- 
xperienced 
salt Mr 


Starting Salary 
$86.50 Weekly 


Dignified, permanent career. in 
growing 20-year-old Organiza-| 
tion. . Highest earnings in D. 
C. area. Public relations and 
sales. Personal interview at 


| Washington 


National Cemetery « 
4101 SUITLAND RD. SE, 
RIGHT OFF 28TH ST. 


) PHONE JOrdan 8-7220 
SAT. 10-5 


| a a eee 
_LIFE INSURANCE CO 
’ 


Cc 1 ERK -TYPIST _> Attractive 
tion for vounge woman th hich 

— edycation: aletestine work 

a’ary increase: vacation 
worth while 


CREDIT. CORP 


with 
bene 
COMMERCE AD 
5913 George 


CLERK “TYPISTS 
18-35 


BROOKLAND AREA 
organizati on 


pay 


200 


STEADY BARDER, dL be » ess 
| £80 make $100 or ove: 


SATURDAY NIGHT 
INSERTERS 

See Mr. Campbell, 6:30, —— 

P. M. Saturday Nite. 3d} 

floor (Mail Room), 


hour Emplove bene- 


TONE PAPER TUBE CO 


900 FRANKLIN ST. NE 
CLERK-TYPISTS 
FILE CLERKS 


5Sday 35-h 
opportunuly 


wee 


TIMES HERALD 


1515 L St. NW. 
NO PHONE CALLS! 


Exce! lent 


our eek 
acdvancemen 


for 
Many Compary Benefits 


‘Military Personnel 
EARN EXTRA MONEY 


oom 706 LjA3 

interfering with duty - 
Unusual opportunity to CLERE-TYPIST 
un 


as much 5 97 2 on) 
hours ster” wit 
; ao. 
learn and advan 
ness with local branch of national! 
organization. High schoo! graduate | 


or equivalent 
aya! c , Sacmiened. Call 
7900. 


Credit Cor . 
OUNG AN— 0-35. ybreteraply 
married, to work in ari linst 
i; Pp .- o-da week. 
y in experience 
a sna apebot with me 
education. exper epee backgrouna 
etc, to Box 456- ‘POR ost-7. H. 
LAR a ae MPORT FIRM 
need- a mae menagemen| trainees: 
sO wk. to 21 te 35 
ce ana pro‘ it- sharing 
retirement plan 
ahere 3333 Conn 
16 


HELP, WOMEN 
ACCOUNTANTS 23 
D. C. EMPL. EXCHANGE 


WHITE & COLORED 
Suit finisher $45 up 
Wait ireaess. ‘whi. 4160) resses 
l ** 


Air-Conditioned Offices 
PEOPLES LIFE INS Ron 
Roo 


In old ¢€ tad! mee 


CLOTHING GRADERS Past 
a ca Jog al cso nine 
ig inspection 
preferred 


ten” 


expe- 
re- 

or ‘ leanin 

he iotu, Hand meee 
700d" : lustrics 

CIT | App! - adh ~ 


( 
Mon thr ourn 


com PRNION: o live in 
' a 


Universa 


f 
COMPTOMETER operator 
know wiedee of aenerail of 
40- vacatic 
: at in nd o' 
Starting salary 
operetos Appiy in 
ne. or pnone : 
i lx 


ro 
qual: ied 
nia 2040 
YT ap pt 
‘o.. @iv 


ave 
LA Ay on 
of Safeway 
cOmrt. AINT 

Lo 
onad salary 
Dodd. Hechinee: 
is ne 


group > insu 


CONTROLLER 


ipa 


wee 
unter girls. 


ata = 00d S 
‘* . pos fo 
nieaim girs oe” 


our p! Wii 
kept Box 566 


fexpera. Fest -TH 


s e- " 

mbermaids, 

presas operators 
i 


1S Sth St. 
HO. 23-1572 
ae tee ys 
| sa $72.50 


piu 
ion. id vacations 
REA viy's ALON. 42 
1459 ; 
time oporator 


nw 

BEA T™ ull-ti 

in busy No Arlington salon: liberal 

income; must have reference. Aiso 
rist. i 2 


COOKS~-Experienced 

sandwich girls, white 
ocern. clean 
alary and z 

Hunt) ne Towers Restaurant 


— tchen 
WHO 


for exelusi e 
mmis- 


50% 
BERKSHIRE 
201 Mass. ave 


~ 2) 


4 
5. 
anent 


xperie 
ry and commission. 
ays ly 


ut 3411 . 


| Batu eae ! pin 
Salon. 
Bly Arlington. Ve. JA.| DU. ww 
D counselors. 
eA rerans =a atyifets, m8 mani- 
ig ~~ ‘Salon 60 Ts koe 


_ Salon 
SHIEN Pi Per msorinel Bere 


Cc ak “i se 
to Ay and take shorthand 3 da 
eek: good salary. Call 


5. 

ME 

ENTAL assistant. white. full tim 

downtn. Write Box M-107, Post-TH. 
DiC TAPHONE Aly ae 


Good typist. for pos 
crowing Life a uranc e "¢o 


Plea: - 


St RV Nees 1 
Siw ASE st 
‘|Dis ASHER—Apo: ; 
[DIE PITIAN Teach! ng 
om 


* ec sal 
pref “kool y Mon 
"ALEXAD ws A HOSP! 
Ki! Ex 
FILE "CLERK 


Man between 35 and 40 years of 


. iT. « 
full time cal Sai. 


KKEEPING 
| MACHINE. OPERATORS | 


Experienced. Salary open App! x) 
Monday thry Fri 
p m.: Sat. a. m. 
ist National Bank 

Arnon Va.. 249 N. Glebe na 


203, “wae 
7il Saine| 
8B a 

a 


3 Al 


te 


KEuXPING machine operator 
trainee or experienc over 35 
neat and accurate. Aopiy Na tional 

t Bank. 316 Pennsylvania 
e 


GENERAL OFFICE WORK 


In large | feqountins Dept 
i ia! 
SuPLO YMENT OFFICE 


SHERATON. PARK Hotel 
GENERAL ole WE 
perm pos. Call "Otis ys 948 5 now 
for appt 

GIRLS 

118 TO 30 
NIGHT SHIFT 
OPPORTUNITY 
EXCELLENT SALARY 
EXPERIENCE 

‘UNNECESSARY | 


5-DAY, 40-HOUR WEEK . If you are agiert 


BOOKEEPING 
MACHINE 
OPERATORS 


the 
xperience 
t We wil) 
with —or previous 

aperience. Age 8 wo BD. 


p! leasant and 
tractive R J 


Excell -— ee 
ton 


egudittons Va 
pax And 
n+ iy , =~ ts. 


any other 
profession. 
time position the year around 


M 
COPPER SKILLET 
1234 Connecticut NW. 


Ave 


OOM WAD—SUPER VISOR 


personaj care of 12 


_ 


Apply now for a job with & 


Future 
in Washington's 
Oldest and Finest Bank 


THE NATIONAL 
BANK OF 


ap 
be married 
3 : nest thor- 
oushly depencdaole 


d 
mb Ooti-| 


WASHINGTON 
1337 Conn. Ave. NW. 


and Pg + abe 
reson. Ca RBOH 
_ in’ Lery ew 


: Wesnesdas ze = whe 
HOSTESS(White) > 
Experienced References a 
work tn Washingt on 6 
i Company benet 
Sheraton-Park ‘Hotel 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


HOSTESS (White) 


Position in high-class res‘aurant 

experience important. but n 

essary: appearance and 

essential Closed Sunday 

MAYFAIR RESTAURANT 

sf , 

"NCH OPERATOR 

ced _ some enol epe 4 oe 
Jsual company benefit: 

” $800 fer 30| 40 40- cape week. Apply in person to 

ry; Mr Suburban Trus om - 

: ae fhode Island ave. Mt 


5 m 
GEORGE WASH. DIES “ACCESSORY SHOP 


es Va | Al 4 

sur part! veer 

working. conds. Good 
Dedd, Hechin-' 

ana H Sts. NE. Li | 


oF Sap er MANAGER 


e 
Rash est SUPER ‘ MARKET. Suburban Children’s Wear Shoo | 
Box M-493 Post-TH 


MANAGER — 


Ap Dining room hostess-cashier 
— must ave references, easing 
i and attractive appearance. initia-| 

| tive and ability of qapervinien for | 
busy suburban reste ' 
nings and Sundays poouired 30 | 


~ HOUSEKEEPER. 


ee NO PHONE CALLS 


H 
General Motors Corp. . 
Knowledee of automobile financial 
statements e.pfu ul. Secretarial ex- 


Ride. iis’ Eye St. NW 


f . AREA.) 
student for! 


nw 
r mM KK 
Teacher or advan age 8- 35, 
bree position. 
ence. easant Ww 


i 


ea time. Excel, 
cnlary.. 
ger 


me 


— 


ferred. of Pe hig Figs 


. day Ww 
pi pie 


une - 
“latee air-conditioned 
r Sewing’ 


echin 


for | 


for advancement. NGERS. fie ¢ 
hat? | bitious young H x, 
on ark 


. id remot $47! 
Pos! TIONS INC. 1334 Mass. ave 


ok OPERA ‘rok Relief opetator. 


for busy beard, pius simple ciler- 
ical @niy; 8-hour 
handicapped 
Avpiy Feroomae oO 
20t sf o te 
thr ough. Friday 


—For rohan a 
ness ce; opportu es! for ad- 
vancement for the qualified r) 

typing and abilit 
important: short: | 
r _ 


it tons : 


N 
for capointment 2334 wi son iva. An. 


HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS 


A NUMBER OF DESIRABLE PERMANENT POSITIONS 
ARE AVAILABLE FOR QUALIFIED JUNE GRADU- 
ATES. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. GOOD 
STARTING. PAY. REGULAR INCREASES AND 
CHANCE TO ADVANCE. SOME JOBS OFFER OPPOR~ 
TUNITIES TO USE TYPING. 


“THE CHESAPEAKE & POTOMAC 
TELEPHONE CO. 


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE: 725 13th ST. N.W. 


Open Monday Through Friday, 8:30 A.M. to 5 P.M. 
THIS SATURDAY, 9 A.M. TO 4:30 P.M, » 


1520 


; 


[ ce P, WOMEN 


. ur t 4 it. 
ores. | NURSE-—Practical. white, under 30. 
iam.” hea ts a it coon 
Trani 


private 


is een sh 


—s ae Las ies 
HAHN. SHOE STORES 


Sil Nw, 
Dee est 


can 


PBX OPERATORS 


~ toe og tare . 


posi- | 


Priv ATE sECY 
o 5 de 


SAL Ty CLERKS — Bee nners or ex- 
0 = pe r) Te a q " 


(SECRETARY 


‘SECRET AR 


| Saat Oresarons Pe gad 


OPENINGS NW GA. Ay 


APPLY 


HOT SHOPPES 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


emplove 1341. G St. NW., Rm. 200 Bat 


PERSONNEL ASST. 


open for qualified 
. 3% knowledge at 
mierviewine 


Pos! jon 


further 


ACF ELECTRONICS 
a Lé@sile Ave 


Alex. Ki #8-4400 


- No 
“ 5 
‘ison. 


STATE SALESWOMAN 


sbhd | 
a 
bivd.. 


rOMAC 
ri 


» Sty a sales. 


Bettiesds an 
Excellent inc come to 
all W hd 


ri 
B GHT 


21 
oe ; ave EM 3- - 5600 
REC FPTIO | NIST —A food isp st 


far , land, Baden 
ne required rsonal 
on! = 


tg > ial Garden 
1d Russel] rd. Alexan- 
ypist Fhe enjoys 


7 
DI ione LI 


Ppointmen 
RESIDENT MANAGER. experienced. | 
p and setr 
al refs 
hele & apt Box 102 


SALES CLERKS 


retail ice cream and 


Openings in 


apr ointment ap 

| @IEFORD’S ICE CREAM 
8101 Ga. Ave. Silver Spri 

SALES CLERK ) 
a Bake F Det sontessen pert ie 


ry ing conditions 
THE vilLAcE Pa NTRY 3833 


interview or 


mt or 


.~ 


i300 


“SALES CLERKS 


1] time 

Openings in Arling- 
Crossroads 
tion and other 


nt 
views Sun we ‘Mon T: ever Shop 
lan. independ. | sf. 

SALE st ADY "7 — stationery sto 

b eet and Stationery, ins Georgia 


e., Bily 
«| SALES LAD DIES W WANTED |4 
erson Yeagers, 8630 
ring. Md 


in 


ashir igton : 


lence for ‘Bet hesda ladies’ ap- 


of Bethesda, 


ne 

Va 

onn ave 

; $-8649. 
SEC RETARY Por ay iders 8 

75 a weck. ME. 8-00 9 ay 


SECRETARY | 


experienced im handling 
ve ‘ ae — dictation 
eed 60 to 80) 

“TAKOMA "PARK AREA. RA 


RY Interest 


te 
att 


wDn 
6 Asi 


SECRET 
ecien 
. 


com- 
Phone 


# /RE PEARY for Teading real estate 
in stenogr 


la 
ms ee e with experience 


} POST - 
“ancdwriting. State salary 
and | seneral ° 
ork 5-day week = 
gimoned attractive, 
pe aiary $300. Send persona! 
> Bo x 569. Posi-TH. 


ol? a 


SECRETARY-STENOGRAPHERS 
j 


Interesting pos 
young women 


tions for aualified 


n 
ss 


ooportunity 


CALL OR VISIT 


Avion Division, Alex. 


ACF Industries, 
524 WN.. Pitt St. 
Alexandria, Va 


Ki. 8-4900, Ext. 131 


ope we SAS —insul ance ¢xp 
small insur 
ver Spring 
wks. all paid holidays iy 
ne “tult particulars Box M-477, 


Post TH 
SE ‘RET ARY- > FTENOGRAPHER 
ard of Trade, 1616 


mR. Call ST. 3-3535 Salary 
to ate £60 
SECRETARY : TYPIRT me 
fi > 


Inc. 


pre! 
sf 


Under 
nowleds 


™ 
Wk. S81.8TY re OO ins | 
ty 1} 
BY “Sten “ourapher ge 
4 to intelligent. 
under 35 preferred. 
some shorthand 
| 
association 5-da 
al 


conven: en 
ave 


v a, 9 to 
ioe; 
Conn 


4 » downtown 
ON 


U. 53-4200 for ppointment 
| na Experienced in busy 


— estate 
BG 


office 
Fr INC 


Call fo 
U 


. & : . 
ministrative division of aon-profit 


orzanization Ping. short- 
air-cond of. 


ye 


Position .combiries some advertis- 

ing prod ection with secretarial | 

ofa nigga |v potential 

for qualif per steno- 
graphic skills re aaied 

rience or schooling in copywrii- 

me Sag 8 art desirable Age to 35 

ay 


fices 

sonnel Office, DI 3330. ext. 424. | 

National Geograph oany 
isth and M 


=. 


Secretary-Stenographer | 


Position open for an alert. sersen- 
bie and capable secretary-ctenor- 
and 


ACF ELECTRONICS 
1305 Leslie Ave., Alex., Va. 
Ki. 8-4400 


FOLD- 


modern 
attora Cleaners 
Wheaton. 


rd. Md. 


aber o 
sHORT O 
resses, 
White. 
ldwa 


evenings 
ne 


AVE. AREAS 


meet 


in retail fee cream and! 


desiring permanent | 


-conditioned ot. MA 


“ ) r aid RR Central 
| 
| PART. TIME CLERK 


| eneral of 


Kensington- ) 
LO. | 


ay eal won “ag 
yore icbabte ues. 
eo ae . ae 


EMPLOYED LADIES ° 


: 


eae cowmette orders for national 
ur emplored ee 
> £1200 00-8} year extra 

part- : ay omer ee 


Dai 
vacation. n STT I t-TH. 


Teach. | . 
8 


TE LACHERS. white, Adams 
G ne 7-383 


| ers Agcy. 134) _ RE, % 
TEACHERS! coneanet fae Pea 
Who are interested B. + "tales "wort “HIGH SCHOOL ‘CRAD- 


positions Will 
profitab 


"direct leads am wg 
ans naee auto. ~ a 


2 8 


and Clerk-tvpist. 18 to 22. general af- 


seein te 335 os cal 00 per. hour New. fice west in automobile dept. af 
aye ax tapes 
bank. 
CITIZENS BANK OF MARYLAND 
__ mat... Bone, UN. 4-Mli 


- ee 


- 
: 


rove HER : 4 oe * an excellent 
) opportunity for a woman who cand 
knowledee of sewing and willin 
under direction of 
i @ teacher Pheasant 
< conditions. paid vacat tons | 
d other company benefits. Stinger) 
Sewing Machine Co. 8670 Coies-| 
vile 19. Silver Spring ana 


TECHNICIAN 


| MEDICAL LABOR \TORY 
|. ery 170- bed i ib . 


veces ion a 


TAK, PRK.-SIL. Leds J}... 


»- weno 
WANTED, 4 women , 
time: car desired? ; 
ROOG pay (heose your 
#0. 2-5000 


HELP, MEN & WOMEN 


17 
eo. pee alia on 
He atho) og: at 
BORG } POSP ITAL 
_BtL RO, PA 


ot ae — - For 


coli \ 
CHA} iaete 
CHAMBERS 
credit 
18 
eek. oald vece 


ACCOUNTING 
CLERK 


-| 5. Day, 35-Hr. Week 


Are you now employed by 
a company where your 6D- 
portunities are limited? § if 
so, we would to talk to 
you about a position with our 
company. This position offers 
excellent opportunity for ad- 
vancement. insurance account- 
ing experience and some 
knowledge of IBM procedure 
desired but not necessary. 
Many company benefits, air- 
conditioned offices 


APPLY 
INS. CO, 
H St 


attics. 
38 


company benefits 
_ fecainger Co. 


MS. 


cmierepes” ‘erads. interesti ing 
| work for sesgeren and develop 
ment firm ay wt pleasan’ 
working cond. in Georgetown 4 

with pay. sick ijeave 


Assistant _ book Keeper. 


like 


ben 
cau 


Many emplorce 
week. For appt 
7 


TYPIST-CLERK 
Real Estate. bank. morteage. or 
loan experience Alexand ris ares 


Perman alary and 
compensa! = 50. 5-9100 my 


5 
*rypisrs. "BKKPRE SsECYS 

ELDS AGENCY—EX. 3-2508 
mh Sheraton Bids Thi 14th NW 


TYPISTS 


must be aualified typist 
to start. Opportu 
ith on-the- fob | 
a commenaurate | 
Pernmianer® positiqn 


Under 40 PEOPLES LIFE 


Room 706. 1343 NW. 
ASST. PAYROLL cu 
weekly Shaw-Walk 


bet ween - sa. m. On 


NATIONAL 
GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY | 


IRD AND R ST. NE 
16TH AND Me STS. NW. 


WAITRESS 


; eT + ya f 
- im) : LN} ar 4 
“STONE HOU ~ INN 


NA ESSES oy 


e*% 


ia © oon, 


oer pb area. | 
weekends 
Pour CANY ASSERS 
telep none \s 
re? : st) 3 
io 


Chem WANTED 
NDRY 


WAITR 
WHITE. SINGLE 
3s | at f1ass 

' tideo 

: rY s W 4 
. :. “$1 0 
* | 7 


yorial 


DINING Room OPERATOR a pere 
; ov, 


+3 on in 


R. 
FREDE RIC RSeL RG 
' SSee ee Dor 
atine ‘Towers Shopping Center 
Bivd Alex- . 
KT 4. 699 Bee tw ' 29 2? t0 5&5 P Me 
ieee — GEORGE WASH« 
— Fredericksburg. Va 
for sight * between |} { “men WO omen 
Pp RESTAURANT rained in annotn ine. sportscart- 
Pennsy) vania Ave. WN ir n writing at in a 
Thine. wantea : New. Mex low 
Restaurant. 18th 
surat. 246) 18th ABC. 
. : ? u : . 


a 


4701, 0! umbia ‘bike Ar) 


| WAITRESS —Por— 


FE “y food sa 
teeping 9 uarters. A th B a — 

' Inc ys or eac 

ee white 

Top 


p inter 


7 


“= over 21 


) erson. 


Restaurant, 
WAITRESSES 
PART TIME DAILY and weekends 
Must be seer! en ae. a. oepenes 
earnings = 
m ust 8 RESTAURANT 
$23 Piney Bra Biive 
Spring. ee Ss 
WAITRESS 
DAY AND NIGHT SHIFTS ~~ go oP 
Apply in pe ? manage! het oe 
DWER DONU SHOP. i3 ’ £200 | int 
t. NW 


8 wu 


RELIABLE WOMAN | 
WAITRESSES fidren; general h 


to 8» -. 


ta 


SON 
h- 


o 


LL. & 

Re rin D . ADY wi 
boa ra : 
rr) Sat 
erview 


Exper) enced. for 3 la. m 


1 
the weautifu! How ARD a Jou 
REGTAURA itown 


Apply in to Manager. | 


Waitresses & Hostesses 
HITE. as a Day and 
ly " 


sight Ne" 
TUNE 
13TH AND E STS. NW 
WAITRESS - ~White. experie: ced: 
pm-2 am. Cr ity Restau- 
| rant pe De 
Suncays 
27807 Wi 


person 
and children 
hor weesends S 
Se.ary open rT 
COLORED WOMAN 
OOM aren while mo ' 


or ou Cs 


or 


Care ‘or chile 
Li in 

. 

19 


has 10 years 
aT. 3-074. 


| a 


sve - 


e- ot a 
SITUATIONS, MEN © 


iabor 


¢ 


y 
experienced 


BCS and 
RAND \ + 


excelent at 
Lili ; 15¢ MA rp . 
Ih nat ge hite one Te 


Th 


ne 
'\s 
-e or 


ite 
SITUATIONS, WOMEN 
SECRETARY 


over 
The 


eaper 
air-cond 

ae | Colum- 
net on -FRb62 


5S— WHITE) 


_— 


aa ERE 


Exper ou ae 


METROPOLITAN é\us 


700 H. ST. NW 
WATTRESSES— Wh . expe! lenced. 
—, con ms 9 


A! »? 


“i. ¥DIF  enmar. 

portion as 

| Experienced: pie . " ve yates ae. olhce Wore, 

eelient work) he : 

MAWAATIEN wy practical purse wants 

ve kind. HY 63594 Mi 

ld oo Ex- 

COLORED Gint 

pressing. ate at 

sonnel Offic 
tg 


AT 


t : ay Pn "o 
_through Te ‘ ‘OLORED 


more women  8ee 


W., sleeo Gul; po Sume 


_ 4-0219 RF 3: 
fight 


des. 
Heaith 


ursday and pride? each week 
prefer Silver 
JU. §-8400 


fice 

— resident ea work Bo. vst * 

r nein #: cara Wd 5 7 ot 
ouna lady for typ- TATLOR wanis regu. lat job colored: 

) ing and genera! office work Per- dependable. 2 yrs. exper staged 
manent position with national'y| Co! ‘ 252 or Li. 7-636), ° 
known fitm. 5-day week, ail be rot ; available 2 

days. lidera! «& Tan 

air-conditioned office laundress and cook 5. 

own handwriting. giving ase COLORED GIRL reg re « work. 
salary desired _reis. Li ia 


15 Pos mee. - COL. @ ites ghiild care and 
7 D1. 


A A? 
235 Woodward ee fiat 3th &H NW ROOMS, Pye yer i 
~ THE AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE TEX Lae. dble 
ASSOCIATION "ai 


employ ee 


front 


nr 


rm 


nexi 
alrport. $12 


; iS NOW ACCEPTING 
APPLICATIONS 
FOR 
SECRETARIES 
NOGRAPHERS 
LERK-TYPI®TS 
wees. ba ent working 
tions. employ bene- 
Apply lii2 Gat Aw. Rm. 404 
AMBITIOUS MOTHERS 
N company in Washington needs 
several ladies to Work a heures per} maid 


at own oe Average | 
ts 25 week | Picasa ant | A 
r 


inter- 
Phone 


i? leman 
ita 
ath Nr 


rm 
"al. ny aig? 
‘ t share bath 
with ¥ 
Pentagon. Y 
ARL 1504 Colonia) 
3 im priy 
eae cony trans. JA. 2-8) 
SELINGTON'S REST—Large dou- 
oom. private bath. twin beds 
service; private entrance. 


5 Say. 


ap 


d ; 
ENATE & Oo 1¢ f 
4 DALY pay AND PHONE SERV.CE 
UP. ae $12 UP 

.—t if 
: se. or ic oa . 
WHITE. win 
ae 


be fe 
New ou Fa he Teac 


for part- 


a. eS. - 
5. 
9OMS, FURNISHED 
“entineed From Preceding P 


Peak Weta de. 


ton AVE 2715.Lee. iw. 


Beste or 


seb tn pt or ait. AB = 
rw sutale,.ba | 88 wk. ho”: wer 


2 ae 
cm. 
bat 


SY *ro6 a Fi. serv. 
r tg ST.—Sc! 
next to bath I. 


T147—1 Irt baemt 
33 


“si “to x EX 3-66 
ever 


1723 
nice lobby: 


VIAN 
} elev; 


Quiet. home- shke: 
tm.: 24-hr. P 
baths. shwrs.: 


rm..: 


i rms.: sal. 


A cme a 


rm with 
75-6648. 


run. water 


3 ch ie = 


ass 


COLUMBIA RD NW. 
rms. ait-cond.: 
sia OTM: 


| DU 
NW 


MASS. AVE. NW... 1776—Gele. 

dbie. rm. for bovs: also attr. dble. 
“| fe a Bice ar “ae 
<4 Dobie. 
> home cook 


tm. Spec. rates. trans. | 


SIARVARD ST. NW... 1457. Sele. 
Time. sober peois._ $22. up. bY_mo. 
IRVING 


ST. s, 7237—Attrac 
room, bright a iry ~ baith.; cons 
trans $50 Gentieman 0. 5-8652 


A ee A. — 
eae te K ave. ARES 2 rms 


MASS ag —y te t—New! y dec. 


Odi. rms. $12 wk 
MASS. AVE. NW. 
few furnt.. 88 wk. yo. HO > 9585 
NK. WH. AVE. NW... 1308—Rannine 
_whier in since room: $7.50 we 
. BH. AVE. NW... Mer 
: 87.50 week 


mer oe 
ea 


Brigh cool 

transp T A. 9-6939 

. 1i55—Nice c lean single 
re 


. wwe 
also sincies 
NW. 


T. 
ad} a 
N 


: LIVE on 
ae e< 


Lovely rms 


Cj). shower wk 

eae’ ior AND cor 

an roor : 

Goudie room with 
bs 


RD 
Avator®?: 
twin beds 


POTOMAC HOTE! 
ISTH AND H STs NN WV 
i om ; 


NR. FALLS CHURCH, VA 


ons g* 
twin bedrm gar privis . delicious 


meals RA 
<V. Maia, 


16TH ST. as Meals 6 days 
Brkist. 80) 


5 WK. UD. | 


1410 =o dec. 
tree) 
-6694 


rm next bath 
“food "transp.. DU. 7 


THE MANCHESTER 


Now available in «a centrally ile- 
j A(tract ive- 


Pre 


Air-conditioned din- 
Delicious home-cooked 
9 
N ; 


That's HARTNETT HALL’S 
claim baged on good food... 
good service pleasant 
rooms . . . and lots of enter- 
tainment 
$14 PER WEEK & 
HARTNETT HALL 
1426 2\ist ST. NW. 
HU. 3-5432 


close- in 23-acre estate: 
nfertabie rms. delightfully 
spacious grounds: 
seven a Pree 
Dar ki “oy "On|: v “$16 wk 


CLUS MASON 


Of Conn. 
fo 


€ 0] a summer 


31 


Lic. home 

UN. 4-4172 
MOTHER will give day care aaa 
to 5 yrs. Penced yard. SO. 5-7513 


enced mother permanent care. PL. 


tiie ot At zit 
~ Semergname for ’ roe | Lom eae LBs wae 


eihry 


. | Blae 


and Compertonenip | 


Bxeeri- . 


: BUPONT CIRCLE AREA 
bachelor aol Baad” 


attrac. t 
linen. silver; rent 


dec. 


91) as 


oT NW 1430 Ag ye 


ned. i Genrer a. 
fare. Ait “utils. $89 50. 
and 2 bedrm 


Sait Asm lew 
bea utifuis 


‘5. Ff aS 


Own —Duples: oo peorims.. 
liv. rm... din. rm aths. kit. 
| garbage disp.: 
FE. 3-22 


» lovely garden, KD: 


35 " 
i bedrm ‘ath 


*. 


L. 
good for cole: 
r 


rm 
i EN DAL tacts 
swimming pool. tennis court 
ly @rounds: 2 tms. with ki 
bath: air- cooled: $8 
nished, $75 - Gall 
m 


ate 
ove- 
n 


bids. ; 
‘to siopping 
incl utils 


6 

lte : basement 

#! " _ kitchen. bath: 
5 Sk.. 1356—3 
‘sernd _porch. ‘$8 os, 

LAMONT & I8TH NW.—Liv 

bedr kit.. bath. $90. AD 4.6249" 

LINCOT N PARK AREA—Neat. com- 

or 


$37 


T NW., 65—Liv mm... 2 bedrims.. 
bath ‘$70: see jan xe 2. J06 


ath $49 
IO cuURTO. R feAL TY. 
MARYLAND AVE. NE.—Efficiency 
2 rms.: excellent Joc.: conv 
r~*< transp, $40 gb Li. 4-1100 
; AREA— Ant. 


at 


ft: ML a Ft ail of 
newly 


apt. 
sia 


b, DU 


- Semi- wirnceed 


7+7800. | 


| BACHELOR-APT., $69.50 
plague fm. wan <i Closet. tile 


of Washinton’ 


St 


attrac. 
with | 
premises 


234, matt 
shop, bes 


| ae bus ian Sf, Sita” agp 
S| ee een 
| GARDEN- +e APTS, 


ALEX. —-Downtown Area 


1 bedrm. fm a ‘. apt 
renting for ‘which it in- 
Ea Ke wut fig ke L 


ALEXANDRIA 


Warwick 
Village 


NEWLY el 


ARLINGTON, VA. 1 
st. Ap rs 
Le 


Sate ean 


GLASSMANOR 3 Bedrooms Homes’ 


Bb eee 
OM 
) Dow . 


ay Re) NG ache AND 
fou 


‘Of 4900 
to’ 8t. 


oo ' 


D= LUXE APTS 
ate | y ivpished 1-bed room 
ep’ a * ATT. RES MOR 


GELMAN CO 


2... L100 _Invesimen ni Bids | 
<8 —T-bedrin | 


bus ) 
; | PURNISHED 


PLEASANT HILLS 


APTS. AT REASONAB 
APPLY AT RENTAL O 
Pirst and Tayglo ovr 
0 A 6- $69 


r cal 
1.8 irPey & SON 


~ 1526 17th ST. NW. 
No. 106 


bath: available June 
S Utilities. See 

ar or call H. G 
£0. 81) 15th st. aw.. & 


1852 COLUMBIA RD. 


furnished 
ri r 


. kit. 


Nicely 2-bedroom apt. | 
: nt Bee 

switchboard operator or ca!! _ G 

Smithy Co.. 811 15th st. ST.3-3300 


CLOSE TO EVERYTHIN 


’ 


AND CSE RE | 


$115 Month | 


INDIVIOUAL BASEMENT 


Ww 
WESTINGHOUSE 
WASHER, DRYER | 
Refrig., Garbage Disposal 
SOUNDPROOF WALLS 
FULL MAINTENANCE 
LAWNS. PLAYGROUNDS BUS. 
SHOPS 
Public, Parochial Schools 
Adjoins Project 
9 MIN. TO PENTAGON. 20 MIN 
DOWNTOWN WASH. BY BUS 


OPEN 9 TO 93 DAILY 
(INCLUDING SUNDAY) 


i 9 - Ave Kennedy &St. | 


66912" 


-bedr rm 


Mt 


-— EX — Lee. redec 
rm. 


ss "50 im 
and 5 os lines 


ALEXANDRIA 


BELLE VIEV/ 


LMT VERNON | 


BE Miaey 
‘ae PL AY YGORO! 


0! 
BLVD 


COMPT ETE OSHOPPIS “G CEN ER | 


| Resort 


LL ON PREMISES 


SWIMMING POOL 
WADING POOL 


EXCLUSIVE FOR NESIDENTS 
AT NO‘ADDITIONA!, COST 


} south of 20 

from downtoen C.. Pentagon 
main Navy and 10 min. to Fort 
Belvoir | 


mile Alea. min 


atmosphere On spacious 
grounds in country club area with 


| ain Brovhill & 


| £610 Lee Hey. 


my {a ai 
g DA co 
iN 
nc Mts rh rs, 
2 BEDROOM APT 5% 


Peel gee j= nage facilities. 
block 8 a FY 


iit ak tee 
— ee ee gl 


ist fi. 
1 block patty “sf Lid Shoes Ae 
soa 


ce ~ “= vail June 1. 


1. Bede ’ 

on. | avail. a 2- 
din. alcove 

+e | erie 


m, 
ba 
y ins 
LLIVA 
re K St. NW 
GEORGETOWN 

Tudor Place pas Pa at 
Sist st. has A ant 
open for teh 


th, , 876 mo 


on 
st. ist fir 
plus electric 
rot a Fd New. | 
. comp! 
Boa we RA, 96115 
CATHOLIC U Vic 
12 Webster st ne 


drm lv. fF 
bath. porch. Redec 


See 
LEO KOLB CO. 
4997 FE Do Ave. AD. 2-2100. 


1-Bedrm. Apt, $69.50 up 


moat | on 


Also GEORGETOWN — 25 floor 


, kite cos 


“BROTHERS ae 


1611) 
an 
inspection Living 
t bedroo 


today. 


WASHINGTON POST and TIMES 
oooh ss Saturday, May 26, 1956 


382,000. 
Daily 
Circulation 


means quicker sales results 
for Washington Post and 
Times Herald classified ad- 
vertisers. To place your ad 


HERALD 
39 


IN THE AREA 


FOR BROCHURE AND 
FURTHER INFORMATION 
Phone 
DISTRICT HEIGHTS APTS. 
hy District, Heights Pkwy. | 


REpublic 7-1234 
unday 1-6 | 


——_—_—<———— $$ ————_ TT 
for 2-room. 

gronc and beth apt. at 2 38 6 APTS., UNFURNISHED 36 

CO... AD. 2°2100, sor PLEA 

2-rms.. 


mo... DV. 


utils 
+ 


NW.—In apt. bids 
$62. 50. includ "utili en, 


SANT 
bath., 
7-5650,_ 


sm 
a oo pre entrance. $65 mo 


screened porch: 
shopping center +62 50 t 
month plus utilities 


AY tS at ates a 


2.rms 
| kit.. bath exposures: $79.50 mo 
Also oe apt porch and gar 
Boe Call 1-6 Dp. mi 


TOWN. : large rnom and 
psy refrig auti! 
f,§-2597 “ru 7 
1 bedrm., liv 
redecorated. 


-— a. HYATTSVIL. LE 
redecorated i- -bedroo 
able; $73.50. _AP. "1418 


bath 
nd; fireplace. 
OL. 4-76 


, ail- 


BROOK | RD. s¥. wD — 
e543 ist 3 rms. and path. 
5 


Glen Mies Gardens 
3 BEDROOMS—1%2 BATHS 
$133.50 MONTH 


INCLUDES HEAT. HOT WATER AND GAS 


MOVE IN AT ONCE 
Completely Air-Conditioned 


Pree laundry facilities. private 
front and rear entrances. 
home-like surroundings. 
fenced 

schools. 

ficient janitor servic 


FIRST FLOOR: Lee 
area with beautiful kit... 
fast bar, disposal \% ba 
SFCOND FLOO 

raneced bedrooms. 
door closets and bath. 


See Mrs. Guy, 2512 Holman Ave. 


well 


liv -din 
break- 
th 


ar 
hace” sliding 


RIGGS PLAZA 


BRAND-NEW CAFRITZ DEVELOPMENT 
8S. DAKOTA AVE. AND GALLOWAY S&T. N.E. 
In Convenient, Close-in Riggs Park 


SPECIAL FEATURES 
~EXTRA LARGE ROOMS with. WALK-IN CLOGETS 
- -WIRED FOR AIR CONDITIONING 
-11 CU. FT. REFRIGERATORS WITH FREEZER TO 

OLOR STYLED KITCHENS wit EXHAUST PANS 
INCINERATOR ON ALL FLOO 
MASTER TV. ANT. & AUTO. LA UNDRY IN EACH BLDG 
$77.50 


1 BEDROOM APT. | 
2 BEDROOM APT. $102.00 


RENT INCLUDES GAS, HEAT AND HOT WATER 


= 


NF 
AM 


$130 4th sT 
PM: aUN 


OFFICE. 


| all city oqaventeaen Off-street | r 
DAILY TO 6 


parking: bt rent inchuding | 
"35 bove features im entire area 
tile | 


) $112.50 
tt Ct Ti it INCLUDED 
RN A LSO AVAIL 


9-2448 


RA. oe 
t PM 


Phone JU. 8-1297° ° ¥s 


RENTA 
_ OPEN 


BRENTWOOD VILLAGE 


1311 RHODE ISLAND AVE. NE. 
GARDEN APARTMENTS 
AVAILABLE 


20 Minutes to Downtown 


NEW Direct Single Fare Route 


1 BEDROOM FROM $67.50 
| AIR CONDITIONED 2 BEDROOMS FROM $82.50 


OAKTON APARTMENTS 


NOW RENTING 
1 Bedroom Apartments 
2 Bedroom Apartments 
3 Bedroom Apartments 


2701 ath st N 


EFFICIENT APT. 


‘larte rm ning area. ‘kit.. 
bath. wailk- in closets) 


PULL-TIME CARE given to chil- 
dre mn in Modern Licensed Caaase? 
home Three met meals. Fresh ve 
and eggs me-made bread $15 

¥ ae 348-J 


| GEORGIA AVE. PAST SILVER SPRING TO @OREST GLEN RD.. LEFT | 
| ON FOREST GLEN TO HALE PL. RIGHT 1 BLOCK TO GLEN MANOR. | 


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, eariine RA 6- 


WESLEY HOTEL 
213! OST., NW. 


NEAR DUPONT CIRC 
Modern, Comfortable 
Living That You Enjoy 
$60 SINGLE PER MONTH 

HO. 2-9100 


“HAWTHORNE HOTEL 
2134 G ST. NW 


‘ 
Aecorated t™sderately 
rac 


tiled bath an kit. back pe 
deck; gece to everything: 
ti] op 2 or 
ancey. EX. 3-4700. ext. 401 
MT. PLEASANT—3179 18th NW? 
" and bath nicely furn. Good 


‘bids. Studio 
s. & 


Hr. day. wk 
+ e & 3- 3262 
to child 
y ho: ne 


| Excellentiy locate d and very oat: 
> tractive cleva d niy 


mi ae . 


ch 

boa rd ned utili- 

yr 1y desk GALE Shed ‘fatrance 
es or 

CO. 5-7400 — 


_ Norman Berns tein Syndicates _ 


= BELLEVUE 
GARDENS 


1-PARE ZONE 
4688 NICHOLS AVE. SW: 


} Bedrm., Unfurn... . $65 up 
1 Bedrm., Furn $88 u up 
‘INCLUDING UTILITIES) 

2 Bedrms., Unfurn.. . $76 50 | 
(PLUS UTILITIES) 


Comp! ete! y, mesons laree # losets: 
acious yeroun 


Rental OsTee. 601 
Open da 
Sat 


’ 3 " 
fenced yard KI. 8-6 b Prides ‘ew ave 


WOMAN with fenced-in- vard wil © 
| care for small child in the day- 
ime. HE. 4 6508 
Will care for children while ’ 
y own Home 
3-0340 
APTS., FURN. or UNFURN, 33 * 


Living Is Easier and Less Expensive 
at the 


W.. THS—Api 
Murphy bed 


ALEXANDRIA 
AIR-CONDITIONED 
BROOKVILLE 
DUPLEX APTS. 
2 AND 3 BEDROOMS 
1/2 BATHS | 
WITH Orn WITHOUT BASEMENTS | 
FURNISHED 
OR UNFURNISHED 
FROM $102.50 UP 


Open Sat 
Rental 


» CONV. 


; quict tenant 
Bn. 140 


made easy! 
ectl ons all part Cc wn. 
ee, call M ANDEL. AD ‘. 3400 
wn SENATE—Purn bach apt . new 
| bath, new “ H, ~ A — pe 
ohn rm 
553 


| 
| 
: 


apt 
dinette. 


efficiency apt 


—EFPIC. sets, 


ample clo laundry 
Play areas, near 


Newly decorated, cross ventilation; 


facilities 


pice 2 , furn.: 
at d util. ine jus 
from $55 mo. up “RA 6- 


1 bedr bath: 


“apt s. 


. 


of un- N 
5-3529 transp 


“ap 
JU 
painted 
Q 


and floors. 


shopping center and theater. 
Open Monday thru Friday 8: 


DE. 2-3202 


storage parquet 
1. 7 3 and 4 rms sm pet school, churches, 
U. 2- ag 


-$ 92.00 


es Be ee 8 ee 6 
liv din til Saturday, 9-6; Sunday, 10-§ 
° nicely turn 
7 . 


Also effic. apt 


—- —-—— 


" oa» 9 a 
ADAMS MILL RD. NW.—-2- nw ole Kennedy oetee 
overlook! ing Rock Creek Par x. ideal ——e 
for 1 employed Bir! Avail. 6-1 . 
$55 month. ut is. incl. CO _5- OT24" 

ADAMS MILE RD. 2215 «opp. Rock 
j drm liv 

pine-pan. 

ae porch 


m toils. wm 

Closed Sundays 

"Open Dailey Mon Thru Pri. 9-5:30 
lawn bal 

demena for children and . its. FOR FREE BROCHURE CALL 


PHONE JO. 1-2700 | ‘ FL. 4-9400 


Open Daily, 9 to 6 P. M. | wew swmomIna Poo, UNDER 
Sunday, } to 6 P. M. SOnSL ES tt0u ADJACENT TO 


LL UTILITIES INCLUDED IN RENT 
APARTMENT OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY 


SeaerT MANAGER HE 4-4303 
OCHURE ON REQUEST 


trections: Out New Hamopsttire aventie extended 


ngley Park shopping center to Fox street. 
block to rental office on left 
turn left and| 


rent aed Magazine Realty Co., 


| WOODWARD BUILDING 


1” | 1a hea MODEL 


BASEMENT room 


UNIVERSITY CITY APARTMENTS 
. $71.80 


1 


mile past 
right on ree 


Fox st 


1 Bedroom 
2 Bedrooms $82.00 


ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 

STORES AND SHOPPING CENTER 
IN IMMEDIATE VICINITY 
Near Schools and Churches 

Convenient to University of Maryland 

CHILDREN WELCOME 
20 MINUTES TO CAMP MEADE BY CAR 
OFFICE and sample apt.: 2213 University Lane 
HE. 4.7070 

OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 


per mo.. util inc 


c 
Zoo $155 _AD i 6710 
N 1754—Efficiency 


ae « Bricce 
kit... ’ private bath an 
io Wk 


NR. BOLLING & ANDREWS PIELDS| DIR: Across }4:h Si. Bridge to 


NEWLY FURNISHED Shir nwy.. follow 
. $105 


—. |2-BEDRM. APT. . ‘Babe Biseattas™ 
o Scat APT... $70 
S34 


rT. ime 


Inc. 
ME, 8-6055 


aN Ace OsTHA a 
" }- rm 

Ri. Se. 

Nr. Pent ir 
._ free parking. _ 


COST! ow $72.50 
All ataist = incl. 1 bedrm.. liv 
yy kitchen. bath 
tes ra gids 1b lities. N 
r¢ 212 “a st 
S @ ~ —Air-cond 
overloo Rock Cr 


~ or RE %7-3126 
sublet Beau ~~ ont 


incl utils 
} to reli . 
amrh ane entrance aé2 80. uilltes| 18,2in, to downtown. Wacht Bo meni ANACOSTIA | 
ath nd ent i 8s ut es . 
mi : SA. “4 17 The piovare rede. 2501 Calvert St NW Lovely corner nd 2 bedroom | 
angie closet space: laund PPROSTE SHOREHAM very con. apts available in beautiful garden | 
schools, venient and desirable 7 development facing park. All mod- 
a 


a l-room kitchen end bath ern conveniences. owes auto. | 
a $99 mo.. utils inc! B genes | Be ; r 
toning optional). See janitor to in- utils e Janitor or 109 | 


F é-6460 Ev 

IO, 8-8 SULLIVAN BROTHERS —Close-in. new 1- 
eet nr sil fac| 15% K St. NW. ME. 8-433 sere sy, 

til HE. 4-7326 ~ PLEX—2 wotesia. ; n 


ual 
5 Ws iu 5.5941. et 
SILVER SPRING, MD. 


3000 CONN. “AVE. NW 
ROCK CREEK GARDENS' BACHELOR APT. .. $65 
AND 2-BEDRM. APTS. 


Spacious apt.: has retri gzerator 
UTILITIES INCLUDED 


elevator, gwitenboard and mail desk | 
service. Apoly Gesk or CALL MRS 
POSTON. -4300 

in development 

schools and trans- 


HO . ; 
} ors yridicates _ 
: DEL! 
Rental offiee on orem 
} Grupo rd. JU. §-4030 and 


ernstein Sy: 
LIGHTFULLY 


furnished apt inc! 
etc. Best location 
row at Meridian Park 


“AIR-COND. 


With Automatic Indiv. Contro 


All tra-modern facilities. auto 
. Secretarial serv- 
See to appreciate 


>a: 
AKL. 
Wy 


R on v j 
IDEAL FOR 


gon 


, COR RED. UP) yi a i Terr NE —Lady 
ly! mo 


NO 
toi; 751 ne Pl. NW 
f with ail "home privila. “Dall 
54 
rT ,e riviseges 
5 all day 
af @kda’ 
cooking 
Cui pi > 


MARYLAND’S. 


MOST PROGRESSIVE COMMUNITY 


LANGLEY PARK 
APARTMENTS 
8201 New Hampshire Avenue 


OUT NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE. 2 BLOCKS NORTH 
OF UNIVERSITY LANE ON RIGHT 


-1 BEDROOM, $73.50 


2 BEDROOMS FROM $83.00 


Utilities Included 
TWO LARGE SHOPPING CENTERS AND NEW a U 
DEPT. STORE, GRADE SCHOOLS AND BUS ON PROJECT. 
FURNIS 
FOR YOUR INSPECTION. - . 


OPEN 


Daily 9 AM. to 7 PM.—Sun 


“Sun day the- 


ae 

bath. 
>. 1890 
Gardens 
st 


bus 
ey we 
alter 6 


priv. DB c th 3 ise us 

—" a >. JA. 2-6456 < 

; sho caeees 

; ARL ——Bedrui hiv.. din >. 

Mod bide conv. S898 

ARL INGTON, Magnolia 
" t S. Prederick 


r e , ‘it 

COLMRED NE 5m 3A 
rivis ‘ 

util laundry * 


*“ 


ARL. and 3 bed 

with | 

, ew 

Waikin 
mi n. to 


dis. 
enta- 


fic rp 
‘ities $65. bel u 


Fairview University 


Maryland 


crm eh ee} eh ES. 3 

— ARLINGTON, VA. 

Economy Plus Convemence 
914 So. Buchanan St 

+ block to shoppin &, center and bus 
10 mins. te vy Annex end 

, opic 


rms 


and bath. i or 2 wom-' l- 
; transp 
. downtown 


Langley Park, 


| NEW—DIFFERENT—DELIGHTFUL 
CONTEMPORARY 


two bedroom 


ee 


Shopping om er 
Convenient 
portation 


ises at 8327 


| 
| 


rooms ava lable 
ALL UTI LITIES 


To . 
| Buchanan st. 
ri 
_ 3001 15th St 


TAKOMA PARK—{ bedrm. ant INCLUDED 
utilies turn.. on bus line: couple 
oniv JU, 7-9023 
N—1459 Harvard 
eflic.. new kit 
person; $22.50 
1: A 4 KENNEDY? NW —Mod. bem 
nir ; ~ phone privis. : 
RA. 6-646 


$95 
laundry facili 

_ and shops JA. Ze teal 
be - MATL —5 min 
: th 


: pvt 
ma, bus ] 
ARLINGTON - 


siris ms 
o sav comf 
AD. 4-6710 
Washington 
Conv us. 
Al ae, have«furn 
440. 


with every 
surround- 
ndividual 
appreciate 


7 One and apartments 
convenience-——picture 
ings——private entrances 

heating—designec for those 


the best in suburban livir 


SIX UNITS NOW BUILDING FOR 
JUNE AND JULY OCCUPANCY 


Near Langley and 
tion. Close to University yryiand, c 
Fort Meade. 


RENTALS FROM 
Hot Water 
COMPLETE AIR 


" 1851 On ario P: 
rm.. sh ra 


nw 
nr equip.. | 
seimi- w w Hac us 


saiconies-— 


real! 


D . 
sho ppin =4 ul 
BOL LING Fl 
2-bedrm 
5-4 


mo 
mo. JE 
ELD, NAVY “YARD 
ap tas tefully 
close to e ve ry\aing 
jo. 2-39 4 


BOLLING. Rass 9s — — 


y 
ia 


ARLINGTON 


—CHOICE LOCATIONS. 
—i AND 2 BEDRMs 

—“TOPS” IN CONVENIENCE. 

«CALL JA. 17-6660 
ARL.-—New eft ficiencies 


air-cond ividual 
n ; ar 


Vermont a. 5964, 


ent reasonab'e 
Ais aa 1 te 7 PM. , 


PHONE HE. 4-3200 
x G or co. 


s| THE GEORGETOWN | 


In All Its Traditional Charm 
2512 QUE ST. N.W. 
Overlooking Rock Creek Park 
PREVUE SHOWING 
NEW AND MODERN 
3. COMPLETELY AIR-CONDITIONED 


3602 Place NW. hool and shon * Rer | 


~ Sat Bost CT oe ® sox. we. EFFICIENCY . 2... $89.50 UP! 
ae 44°30 NO. | A eet aa 1-BEDROOM APT. ..... $129.50 Up 
2-BEDROOM APT. $195.00 6 


ER od 
ted =< re 
or call AD 2 
wi—34 11 ring | : a 
a and Da ,Peting: sundeck: transp nF 3 ~1 726 | 
COLORED — Aliractive turn ats 


usekeep! oe rm 


4- 
TH st SE.. 3910—1 bedrm.. 
decorated $85 inc! 
equip See mer 


transporta- 
mnverient to 


oe nter 


furn.. Sho meer 
utils MOPPING 


or 


AA 
v\< 


Sals.. 


Dp 
~ SECTIONS . 
DU. 7-1262 


Nice furn Home pri 
ToL... 17 56 Swann NW Basement 

large and small room:.for working 
les Re as AD. 2-1355 

0 bath, «a 


> 


1055 
“Beitsth rwOOD — 
CONCORD GARDENS 


1 June 1: air-cooled a ; 5 i 
nicel arn. ; ral) porner apt.; near ! ; 8 th. | ‘ J — - a a AT Are 
Li. 46-4528 tr ; e incl. util. ms. = - 62. =Eifics. a1 od: dbl “a my | 
ist 87. NW. 3511 —3-m at Klis" 872.50 de $120.°3710 Col. Pi fe 
. pvt. bath, 1 child. CO. 5-5148. 7] a Cherokee Apts. | 
iif st. Nw ~~ S448. uF bE Id Comp! et ely redecorated 


i 
HU $-7943 
0 Wk 2413 18th 


close 
a on m. yi 
fe Gress 


* 


5 TO $87.50 


uded 


74.50 


Incl 


kit th. Niles 7. 
oe KY cy 
i 


qui et 


CONDITIONING OPTIONAL 
for gentieman: 
Col. 1871 Kendall St. NE.-Sing!le 
. ST week LA 46-9189 
to. 1431 Decatur st 


Hours From |! 


to 5 Daily, Noon to 5 Sunday 


private Sample Apartment 


nw 


°.1 


Nice. 
5 ca cgaet Nicely rere. bedrm. 


, ” nicely 
priv 


i inei_ #75. mo. Li. 6-4005 7950 18th AVE. APARTMENT 108 


1 BLE. WEST. 2 2 BL KS. NORTH OF UNIV. LANE. RIGGS ROAD. 
INTERSECTIO 
HE. 4-2073 


CARL M. FREEMAN MANAGEMENT 


LUXURY 


AT MODEST RENTALS 


IN GLOVER PARK 


2325 42nd ST. N.W. 


Attractive lobby, carpeted 
hallways, laundry facili- 
ities, storagé lockers, 
‘cinerator, parking facili- 
ities, built-in ovens, walk- 
in closets. 


. ‘bath: i ent.: 
JU. 5-25 
“taf 


! 1i—Unssaallr 
ey with pri- 


1126— Ant bids. 


iT aT wwe °-* 


Rie gs, Front! = 2919 13th RD., SOUTH 
‘Cal r "(morta Tr ‘90237 ] B 
edrm., eS 50 
15-MINUTE WALK DOWNTOWN 
| MODERN AUTON A tae EE oY NTOWN—GTREAMLINED KITCHENS 


2 art st. ne. 2 ist afi prt 
| 2 Bedrms. mony ALL MODERN APPOINTMENTS RENTAL INCLUDES 
ae than ¢ miles treet IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 


OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 
NOON TO 6 P.M. 


Daily 4 To 8 P.M. 
ANNOUNCING THE OPENING 
SHIRLEY PARK 
APARTMENTS 


SPACIOUS, DE LUXE 
GARDEN-TYPE APTS. 


PRICED AT; 
; oes jw bs 06 bb's s. OE 


2 BEDROOMS . seeeeeeeseeses $97.50 
3 BEDROOMS ceeeerse -@hEZO 


Includes All Utilities Except Electricity 


SUCH FEATURES AS: Large, airy rooms, cross ventilation, roomy 
closets, oak flooring. master TV antenna, Venetian blinds. wired 
for alr conditioning, no more than 1%, flights-of slairs in any 
building, hot-water heat, individual storage lockers. fireproof 
construction, front-door off- the-street parking, automatic Washers 
and dryers in laundries, efficient matmienance service, some with 
private entrances, 


CAPITOL HILL 
Que of the Hill's best houses. 3d fl 
$70. First fir 
. Gining rm. in 
lL. Lease until 


eond ¢ ; OE FACILITIES 

wits. | iy furnished; tm UTILITIES 

ath: no chi 5-4 

COLORED 1458 Batis 7 
te 


fnetades 


Col. ist 

. 7-4244 

“9 ——<jeorgia ave and Ken 

Apt. in semi-\ "yon st: Pairmont and Calif. st. i! 

. bedrm.| ™s kit. apts, $11.75 and $1475 

ign sim: | wily. util. incl. Newly dec. DU. -| 9 to 5, Weekdays; Sat., 
- we ; | COL 676 dth St. NE. 2 rms. kit. | JA. 8-4226 

7 r. Eves. & Sat. Afternoon, JA. 5- 


| = sl Vic.¥ | icel Ty furn..| 


$71 inci. 


—Tit Hoge com- 
plete & tchen and "be th: 


"Bers i nr 
it. 


Geod fu ae Adults. 


: 
or couple Accept children. CAPI ifroL “Hie “Opp , Cony ression- |’ . 
new 


“SRS brary; 2 rms. 
nroe NW In 7 bright decorate d 73 hone MR. 
‘L ‘reasonable _TU. 232-0709 | ~ L 

ean, fool attrac. 


rd 
, ite | inspect or "eal DI| ; 
beautifully utils. w refrigera’ oF. plenty of closets 
storage sp +4 facili- | 


and 
ties, Tree off-street ee 


pisas| 


-. 


agg . some. 


cOLtsens a NW. 
edrm. furn 


 Nswts 
vs. reas ha 
Con. t447 Pairmiont aw? 
; t. rm... 936 C's 
& "Adults AD 


— 
34 


_—- 


. 1 Taree | : | 
‘ OTT | 


Kalorama rd.’ 

- ay and kit. pots | 

r wk.: refrig, furn.; 
1473. 


1424 HARVARD 8ST. NW. 
2 and 7. for inepection | 


lst & 
$10 «& ne 3 


EFFICIENCY —$65 | 
t.. cool and sawuiet:/ 
. lge. closets: 


Apartment with private terraces 
overlooking Glover Park, sun 
terrace on roof, community rece 
room, television out- 
lets (master antenna), ‘air-con- 
facilities, table-top 
- stoves, tile. bathrooms with 
vanitories. 


EVERY APARTMENT FEATURES 
SEPARATE DINING AREA 


_JDs 
COLU 
2? | eet. 


“BLA RD 


with wtils.. ‘fie 
$60 for 2 


eer werteee nkOOMS 


~ aS 
wk 


rm... ki pvt. 
it and bath: 
$62 » $82.50 mm 
retrig 
915 New York Ave. | 


s Ny, = 
Tasleside Me eos; nw | 
apartment. 


Completely Furnished ——_mmaY 
Wk. Bobet“ JEFFERSON VILLAGE | Rent $07.90. °MU, 3.72% (wx a 


Airfoam | 
re het praie: 43:50 © nicely 7 ereham—t bed- 73 ARI. BLVD PALL GHURCP debnert, 
Ey us. iv ETOWN—Gitis Wan want house 
ACHUSETTS AVE, NW. S35— —— LY 9 To § SGN “ato 4 to share with ether girls. 
ove; $8.50; nice furn. co} : AVE bedrms., 


ms 
“h was st 
ha i freq ren for tak- ark ye pony a anere ide JE. 2-5500 
> pale Pe or 4 «girls, $130 mo 


refri¢e.. run reatio 
Li, 4-7406. ae “ 
. 1i}4—-Redec 
AD. 4-0341, 
13°. -Lge.. 
next to bath 

A. 6-8453 


-0138 
ARLINGTON 
CONVENIENCE AND c MFORT 
Attractiv P.M. a ug 
. near Hecht Co.. | 


suit. 3-4: back front entrance: 
sun porch: would consider a rit 
| Fea for su rvision of bidg 
AR 

Kosta St.. SE.. sadt.. | 

+ rmsé ‘Across fr. genet: ne arby | 

pe EM. 3-919 

Ef & | Coders. ~~ Apt. | 
“iw apt. bide. excellent trans.. 
apes parking. parquet floors, tub- | Miia ng 
snower is h. “es Oni 

room kite chen and enclosed bet ose rms. 
sun pore settled couple or jady 


ee ELEV 
Okan! Es + HGYS15-Ailanithe BE 


irans 
Re nese. 


‘ol. | 


a, 88 tka aval abl | HOUSE TYPE 
“at-810 Ex. = 3-0803, t izectiv furn. 1. 2 and . 3 | 
ae | 14th, 


st. 


ey nee, 

Efficiencies, | and 2 Bedrooms 

r ment; Bai with tad 35. 45. > J “4 
Oy O~, a oon Private ay kit. steed | 

. NW., 1450—Purn. 

: $10 for 2; edu! te. 


house; “pvt 
ist low Go. shia some = iv 
nt: Ais. mos: $ 


tudio h 
eggs v2 Ps. kit 
a 
Pp AVE. SE ray 5 


: stove, mi a . 2336 CONNECTICUT AVE 
> Bit. i731 


Schools, Shopping. and Transportation 
Immediately -Available to Property 


CALL EM. 3-1780 


RENTAL OFFICE AT 4114 DAVIS PL. NW. 
Open for Inspection 


DIRECTIONS: Out Wisconsin ave. to Calvert st., 
left to 4Ist, right to Davis,and 
left to property. 


IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 


Attrac, sie Hie. Sipteden eRe 
$90 to AP 
ALSO UNPURNISHED APTS. 
CHESAPEAKE TERRACE 
4242 4th St. SE. JO. 32-9776 


EXCLUSIVE 
Bright. efficient. completely equipped xitc 
refrigerator, steel cabinets. gas range and 
FOR THE CHILDREN 
3. Convenient benches 
4. Fenced playgrounds (safety styled) 
IENT TO 


mn with disposal and 
ust fan. 


en esting 5. 
tmen Mable J 3 ; 
ariment bu butldine: 2. Slides and swings 


+ 


1-BEDRM. APT.—$90 
2 BEDRMS.—$105-$110 


M. T. BROYHILL & SONS 
4624 LEE HIGHWAY) JA. 4-1300 


? 


ourts. commeian 
JA. 35-2908 on Foettow'ne Pree. ' en Foltwtne Page 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Saturday, May 26, 1956 


382,000 
Daily 
Circulation 


means quicker sales results 
for Washington Post and 
Times Herald classified aa- 
vertisers. To place your ad 


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APTS., UNFURNISHED 


GLOVER PARK 


2621 39th ST. APT. 4 


porch 
ih Beh, 8-8 1100. . 
6000, HOPE HILLS 


Eon ING ATT Ae D ~*~ 


¥ 
aghoet AND vil vicwntry 
& & foeen to 885.50 


‘81 to $94 +4 
ns, 


$96 to $107 
tached 4-family and 6- 
iidings. home-like an 
attractively landscaped lawns, sud- 
an settin 
ree exposures and cross rent!) a- 
tion to every apartment. unusually 
¢60) In tummer, large rear porches. 
tye and rear entrances. unusual-! 
atee closets, basement iocker 
off-street parking. conveni- 
and im 
wtiliti 


rent 
electricity 

NTAL OFFICE 
PR 0th ay 6E ut Nay) 


- . 
dio@ i 


except 


Pleasant Hills 


Betqeen Haw AY and 


ewood oh N *: 
fy in-town development that of 
ers the “away-from- town” atm 
here bordered with trees and ha' 
ne lovely, welli-ke 
within a one-Ddus- 


ar ye 
fare locat on 


es 


odern 


large P 
sndr 


lat 


All buildings are 

eigen: each apt. with 
dows: sicrage and 

cilities provided 


m de. 

ture 
y fa- 
3-bedroom 


Now availiable & 


ished apartments 
RENTALS FROM $75 


and 
ta S 


lat 
m 
P bees. (M-2 Dus 
runs tnreush the dev velopment } 

J.B. TIPPEY & 


—————- 


SOUTHEAST 
MINN. AVE, & 21st PL 


Available now and for future o- 
eupency. 


see arent _* 


Ay fr - 


0 inspect, 
av or = 


SON 


ss 


room. bedroom 
hen and b 


Living 


dinette 
modern Kitc r 


a 
Minne: sa ave. LU 


B. F. SAUL CO 
925 15th St. NW., NA. 8-2100 


S. E’s LARGEST 


NEWLY DECORATED APTS 


BUENA VISTA APTS. 
1 BEDROOM, $78.50 
2 Bedrooms, $89.50 
(INCLUDES ALL UTILITI£S) 
; exposures with excellent closets 
and 2 bedroom apts with 
rm. inette, kit. and bath 


Liv 


bo right to project e res. mer 
H. G. SMITHY COMPANY 
ONLY 10 TO CAPTTOL 
earner RIDGE RD and D ST. SE 
iv 
otis 
mies itp occu 
DROOM——$71.50 
G. SMITHY CO 
NW sT 


Directions: Out Nay! gy Ae to 30th | 
©. 101. 3223 a Vista Ter. SE 
ail LU. 1-35 

Sil 1sth St. NW... ST. 53-3300 

SE.’S BEST LOCATION 
MIN 
NEWLY DECORATED 
Dupont Park Apts. 
t ith din 
wl . aad” bat h_ Avail lable for 
T INCLUDED 
GriLATes. 2 ee MISES* 
M 
@11 isth si 3-3300 
TAKOMA PK... MD. 


Newly dec. in 


FORD 
Home SPRING 4-7453 
TAKOMA PARK 


ROR 


' low ele: i s 
tr Free parking. . JU 6. 
brs ST. SE. Tit—3 
é. . B: inc all ut 869 mo 
ie 8 PAUL, HANNAN 


sheet ge... 1hlé- (Bet. Arm- 
4vdcCc Hosp.) 2nd fi du- 


~13 bik ks 


: kit. ane 

2d fl. 86 8-6652 

aT. NW. TET Ter 
:7 


reenw ay ane 
75 


Path poreh 


a5 Nr. New WR 
, tiv rm, 
ath. hea 
ewly redecorated cea A, 8 
o inepect see janitor £2. 
4 9-86502. FLOYD E. DAVIS 
ail TA pre . NA. #0 A. 
7. NW. 3 
¢ furn Ast : he ed- 
4 water | AD no. P a 2 bed- 
rane. 45 


wning Place NE. 1326-—1st floor 
Pita. util. furn. 865 mo 


NE. 1416. Apt. No. 4 
iy + Ee oom, sep. di- 
rm rear screened 


aples Bt 
ewiy rec 


NE. 2221—Store @hd | 
t furn. Apt. 698.50; store 


| 


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enrese. 8 
t 


Heat 
REA TOR 
art tin - oo ves. . 49292 
Pontos NW. “ eae -bedroom 
pt.: 


liv, . Cin rm. kit and | 
1A nw closet: newly dec 
. 71-8215. 
. Near Silver | 
, lovely lare e e* 
335. 
Nice 


location. n 
- util 


: excel. 
ap; $70 


7.50 
PA UL HANNAN. | 


+ , ak : 
= rm, and bath $48. gas incl. t 
t. jan aniles. LINKINS CO., 


2. 


a. 
mmacutate 1 block 


chous. modern 
Adults. $65. 7 


fo bus and aon 


rm. with dinette 36 incl. he 
an ae JO, §-Ul. 
ate “bedi 


2 
Block, fo: 6% sah His shopoin 2 e cen 


8 16 
. spac, and att 
 . and pete. 


fie. . — 
Pus ¢ 
0 i ail| 


ee 
ws 


tils, in 
rooms. kitchen, go og 
water: $60. 


| ae 


| JO. 3-45 
DE hare  pURiKX— 3301 B St. SE. | 


0.| —LGE 2 BEDROOM. 


®| __WE LOVE CHILDREN 


‘pu, mel inclyded. ed 87730" month. ME. 
STH ST &E.. 
7 


213.—Newly redee. 3- 
Ww liv. rm, ise, no 


re. apt. 
disp.) i. area an 
beth. * semipvt. yard. Rent § So 


-|400 CHESAPEAKE 


tee e) 


mA 


1 BEORM,—$66.50 
2 BEDRMS.—$82.50 


INCLUDING UTILITIES 


_Bittrny 4 Call 33 x. G 
| wo maT Aish Be 
6TH & K STS. NE..—For 

rooms and bath. priv. Be 
apariment. © 24202 
= ST. a 317—Newly 


dinette. kit. bath. | 
$62.50. Bee Mr. Marrs | 
— AND DECATUR AREA 
kit. and ni 
wt ls. urn tO rer mo. 
| 167m a. NW., 3401.2 vrseey liv 
rm in rm. kit. bath. Refined 
persons AD_ - 7595 
14TH OST. “W.. 
opt. with sep 
rear glassed-in 
per mo ey at Cc 
fir. SMITHY co. 
8 NW. ST. a 3300, 
TOTH S&T. NW... 24593 rmec. 
hath. fireplace "NO. _7- 7864 
44512 IOWA AVE. ‘NW. 


“Lit 
ali| 
7.F148 


1018— > pe od: 
kit 


effic 


G ali 15th 


kit... | 
i 
—Large 2- 
2 bath« 
: mia’ ate 
no 


"idee. 
1907 Good Hope Rd. “SE. 
MODERN RIlli DING 
NEAR NAVY YAR 
BUS sr A IN FRONT O 


ATURING 


e Bright cheerfu 
~ Large GE ok bray Tefrigerater 
~ pam ~ a gas rang 
xr lent aundry facilities. 
Inc! aerate 
Perking 
Utilities 
~ Dining 


BLDG. 


space ; 
included in rent 
area. 


EFFIC? ENCIES 
I BEDEM AND ? REDRMS. 
eee . an 


j : NA R210 
DUPLEX APTS. 
ATLANTIC “GARDENS | 
2 and 3 Bedrooms 

FEATURING: 


Completely redecorated 
~——New 10-cu freezer-top refer 


=e img and schools 
—~A-8 express bus stops in same bik 


$102.50 
Including Utilities 


st reet Past 
tf. «se 
or , turn 
’ : \- 
ar t. 1. 42 se 
or phone JO. 1.3899 


H.L. Rust Co. 
NA. 8-8100 


2828 GONN. AVE. | 
Brand-New—Aijr Conditioned 
CHOICE .1-BEDROOM APT. 

AVAILABLE JUNE 1 

SEE RES. MGR. AT RUILDING 

_CAFRITZ MANAGEMENT 


NORTH — 
WILLSTON 


AT SEVEN CORNERS 
VICINITY OP 
Me'lpar, Pentagon 


Arlington Hall 


1 Bdrm. Fr. $73.50 
2 Bedrms. From $88 


UTILITIES INCLUDED 

SHOPPING. SCHOOLS AND 

TRANSPORTATION AT PROJECT 
Rental Office 

6601 Arlington Blvd. 


(2 BLES rept s nr CENTER) 


H G SMITHY CO. 

15th Bt NW ST 3-3300 
— FLOWER AVE.. MD 
DE att et BEDE 


400 BRO Own ING AVE 
SAM ROSEY, AD. 4-2700 


GERALDINE A oe 


4309 WHEELER RD. SE 

r ige rms Jen, dinette 
79.75 Avail 
Ant. 21, JO 


st. See “Manager, 
nes or 10 7 


1743 Gelen St. SE. 


$68, Including Utilities 
I BEDROOM 


Lo apartments. 
296. H. G sMrtey 
CO 15th st. nw. ST. 
Wheeler Terrace, — 

1217 VALLEY AVE. S.E. 

| Bedroom $70 and up 
2 Bedrooms $82.50 and up 
Includes utilities. newly painted. | 


enclosed play yor’. laundry room. 
oe 7 4 oor, «da g 


' 


and ach 


Arnage. 


ey TYLER MONS ae 


Bear of Re : £ Chere? ne 
INDIVI ‘at 2.3 

large kitchens B-- | cl os -» 
prt. front rear entrances 
redeco rated—3 col 
cis —outsice cr ving 
well-maintained —idea! fo ldren, 

} a) and shop 


Bedrm. $70 

2 Bedrms.—$89 

3 Bedrms.—$105 
R 


ors 


WIDRICH COURT 
‘\Lge. Rooms, Huge Closet 
Parquet Floors—Play Area 
Convenient SE. Location 


A 


UTILS INCL. 
4628 LIVINGSTON RD. SE. 
JO. 35-4624 | 


prs hy hc taes | 
: _1-7867, Lee | 


16th sth NW. 
$95; 


droom, redec., 
t 


170 
1-BEDRM. APT, 
2-BEDRM. APT. . $105) 


(foyer. lar liv. r bedrme.. kit.. 
bath. porch, walk-in closets). 
fae of Washington's most attrac- 
ive mid-town Cevesse apt. bide 
beautiful Switchboard and 
mail bus stop at = 


ises pe ogg He . 
oD. Pree. oply 


} 


valet shop “beauty 
gese or CALL MR6. 
-1000 


._ Norman Bernstein Brndicates 


At Donna Lee > 
There's Everything! 


: 
U ; 


~ BUS, SCHOOLS, SHOPPING. 

~CLOBSETS GALORE. 

—EVERY CONVENIENCE. 

—PETS WELCOME 

—FPURNISHED— UNFURNISHED. 

—IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. 
CALL ° 


.AGER TERRACE 
AOA AYP, SOHETIOUS * 
LOWEST RENT IN AREA 


1-BEDROOM—$69.50 
2 BEDRMS.—$81 


7 


3) gy ow A 


decor. i @ 


‘2-br. apts., 


| Commonwealth and lef 


2-BEDRM. 


thing 


8il 15th ST 


_ 2-Bedrms., from $80.00 


Air 


1 rm 

ing Tm 

Miss Meestr 
ONV 


| JUST OVER D. C. LINE 


S11 18th ST. NW. 


redecorated apts. close 
ne center and _ Fane. 


Tr 
; by ORE liv, 7m. eat 


G. ‘Smithy oe, fit *Tein's st. nw. 


LEE GARDENS 


community of apartment homes. 


AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY 
2-Bedrm. Apt. (3d fl.)—$99.50 


Daily Hours: 9 ‘til 7.30 
Saturday: 9 ‘tit 5:00 
Sunday: | ‘til S00 


Apply Office, 701 N. Wayne St. | 
Arlington, Va. 
Rental Mgr., JA. 5-6546 ° 
Office, JA. 5-6986 


in Pontyprid ,Wales 
WAS LEASED FOR 999.YEARS 
AT THE aS RATE OF 


The LEASE WILL NOT EXPIRE 
UNTIL 2816 


Buckingham Ownership | 


CLAREMONT | 


2733 S. Walter Reed Dr., Ari. 
(Off King St.)—JA. 2-5003 


Best Value 
$89.50) 


9-5, Sun. 11-5, 


ORDERED 
HIS LIFE 


Weekdays. 9-8. Sat 


Buckingham 
313 N. Glebe Rd., Arlington 


JA. 2-5004 


| 
750- 


© 108e King Prereree tomtom te Dori vghe mermed 


THE MURDERER WHO 
MODERNIZED ENGLISH LAW 


TD STAND TRIAL FOR 
IM YORK ENGLAND 


THORNTON PROVED 
BATTLE WAS STILL LEGAL IN 1817 
AND WAS FREED = BUT THE 


YEAR-OLD 
WAS CHANGED 2 YEARS LATER 


Suburban Living 
At Its Finest 
]-, 2-, 3-BEDRM. APTS. 
LIMITED NO. AVAIL. 


“Mahe Your Selection Ye Yoder” 
Vacation At Home 
SWIMMING AND 
WADING peredl 
Opens May 19th 


Private Bus Service to Capital 
Transit & Silver Spring Shopping 


All Avail. to Our Residents Only | 
IDEAL FOR CHILDREN 
Numerous play areas, basket- 


ball courts, indoor playrooms, | 
picnic tables, barbecue pits. 
i 


cig sh 


CALL J 


Ba Rs a 
THE VERONA 


wees on St. Syl 


aAUEL E. BOGLEY, INC. 
WISCOPSIN AVE 
Chevy Chase. Ma. Ob. 41270 


~ 4805 4th STs NW. 


Apt. din. 
and Gath san’ tn teat heat 


an 
water. =e Janitor at 337 


LAW HE CITED : 
els- 


) 
_APTS., UNFURNISHED 36 


369. 5 AND 
ls.: 1 and 2 bedrms., 
bath; 
ities: 
; ools, 1 fare D. Cc 
1514 seth Ave. Hillside. Md. (8E.) 


| MARLBORO GARDENS 


IN 
ROCK CREEK 
PARK 


THE DOREEN 
5930 14TH ST. NW right to Pets ‘tice. 


ost 
, brook 
Large apartments with loads of) = Sag it 
140 


closets: convenient to everything I 
206 Iyer on Bt 


2 BEDROOMS—$11750 | “Tepe rape — 
SEE RESIDENT MANAGER SE. GARDEN APTS. 


36 APTS., UNFURNISHED 


2-BEDROOM 
HOMES 
$68-$73.50 


Incl 
penne bgp Hots... Md. 


Available 
l-br. apts., $75 up 
Weekdays 9-8 Sat. oe Bun. 11-5 


Lg? Lo eae werset_De <¥ 


mod- 
laun- | 
conv 


H.L RUST COMPANY 
_ 1001 15th St: N.w, NA. 68-6100. 
Alin CONDITIONED— The Jennifer 


io. 10 
& LUCHS. 724 14th st. nw. N 


MONROE — 
NELSON 


ALEXANDRIA’S 
LARGEST 
3-BEDROOM APT. 


Only $139 per mo.. all utilities in- 
cluded: near schools ehurchen 
buses. shopping center: wonderful 
location. Also 1 efficiency $70 mo 


Gl ov ad nee, 


DIR.: South on re. 1 highway to 
A 


Monroe ave. in 
heat inci 


1416 Const. pe 


|ALDON MANAGEMENT GORP.| 1 AND 2 BEDROOMS 
wes — 73 TO $87.50 
| JOHN F. DONOHOE & SONS F INCLUDING, UTILITIES , 
2655 41st. St. NW, ap” cal seautifgl iotohens “wih careeos 
be fk apt i ak (FY ees | str eet parking and other outstand- 
Be | 
ia ith St, NW. #29, $57 $0| JEFFREY GARDENS 
yo be f : 7 “Vieasie "at 
to 15 
Stow | RAR seounsces 80 » eft to. ‘yin ’end develop. 


ms ROOK CREEK CHURCH R 
| HAWAII AVE. NE. 


Attrec. bedrm. at $73.50; avail 


“CAFRITZ—Di. 7-9080 


~ AVAILABLE NOW — 
NR. SHOPS & TRANSP. 
APT., $81.50 


Uri. IT TSE 
2-98 


With 
utils. 


| 2. rms. elec. kit 
mod. tile 


bath. 
decorated. 

417 18th St. NE. #1, 
1 rm., din. kit.. Bath. 

| rms., kit., bath, $62.50 

Utils incl: to be redec.; open 
1806 8th St. NE., #4, $55.00 

indy. heat and! 


>. eee bath, 
hay >oge See janitor 


h St. NE. “#104. $65.00 | 
was Bi bath: heat ‘nel. Key 


oth St. NE., #24 $59 50 | 
: 2 ee kit.. py eet incl.: re-| 
Larce living ro dintne ared.' 


kitchen. foyer, bedroom. mis bath ‘S53 "28th ot. SE ry ), $67.50 


$68 month. Convenient to we Of Pa av 2 rms cit. din 
Immediate occupancy, A bath: utile. inel.: adalts Jant- 
EE JAN "5.2008 | tor at 1527. basemen 


116 N, Car. Ave. SE. #204 
$75.00 | 
wey bide .; 2 rms., kit.. bath; heat 


316 Indep. Ave. SE., #4, 


ine! $ re- 
$50.00 


NW. {near 


PL. 
pts. ne aaa ttl 


| We hee Not New, ie: 
Charming and Dignified 


EFFICIENCY 
1-BEDROOM ...$90 UP 


lars s, Dining Ares 
Some ith Por rob 
ae | 7 


Reaves, . AD. 4- 6700 


-UPLAND © 


ok - In the teal sjimoudlacer 
rear porch: | MIN. T NTOWN 
' Blocks Prog aval neeeeree, Lab 


Ht: die Large Rms., $72.50 
42 Large Rms., $84.50 


re UTES. AND TV ANT. INCL. 


55.00 | mes 
pea indis. 3 heat et pnd | otf Mt 8. Capitol sf Pe Sad ee io sv. 
Ave. SE., #i, | oR MAR GARDENS 

$75.0 on 


rm 


INCLUDES Alt, 


rman _ Bernstei Sicat 


ayn 
STIS R al SE. 


o— 501 


” 


1303 N. PIERCE ST. 


ARLINGTON, VA. 


| BEDRM.-$75 


INCLUDING UTILITIES , kit 


NEWLY DECORATED. LARGE! ,héat incl 

PTS. IN QUIET CONVENIENT. 816 Potomac Ave. SE., 
SECTION NEAR M ~ 10 

MINS. PROM DOWNTOWN D. C 
2s; mer. JA. $-0050. 


H. G. SMITHT C 


r 
| 


bath, 


‘Apt Be 
Gun 
co 
BT. 3-3300) 
REDUCED—-DECORATED 
2- jodrm.. $0. 


SAM ROSEY ADs. S00 


— 


“SHIPLEY PARK 
1 RABLE fom $68. 0 


edrm., fro 


heat inci. 


3465 Minn. te * 5 _ 2 


| 2 rms. kit. 
utils Mer. 
18 N. Car. 
private, stio: 
oF ve aildn 10 


bed —y 
for care- 


ae Me ge 31 & #2, 


mod. bide. & rms. bath. | 
sal. 7 closets: parking 


t ; 
ANNON &” 
Sain HILL APTS. 


pons. ode 14th 


APTS., UNFURNISHED 


th ST. SE. 
1 Bedrm., $70.15 Incl. Utils. 


NG ALOOVE. 

A . Convenient 

transportation and new 

ck store and Naylor rd 
district. Cali 

OROUGH LU. 1-2661, 


a6) CAFRITZ—DI. 


TZ— 7-9980 


DON’T BUY 


—Save your money— 


we wil] do es the fot 
bil : 
mi 
carpenter 


ater 
5 clan, 
ick - your garbage 
He vs 5 — in Ww 
can't live cheaper 
ice 1 rm 
tite yards. 
stor 


to 


at owing for 


alectric and 


= 


,2- Seance APT.,at 3945 4 
at. se. for only he including « 
util ities: newly 43 
all JO. 1-0170 
4 itn 


Sunes hae 


3918 an ST. ae. ae eat 2-bedrm. 
Redecer mod. et 


in on 


we. PENNA. AVE. BRIDGE—2 
rm., dinette. kit. and bath 
1 Kent J conn. ; ren 

utils 

ht on Paivia 


CONN. AVE. APT. 


eeetee and redecorated: large 
living rm.. diging foyer, 
Suchen and er and) 
tub: 
switch 
A effic 


LLOYDS APTS. 
OFF SHIRLEY HIGHWAY 


1-Bedroom ....from $73.50 
2-Bedroom .from $87.50 


Ave. 
to 


. .. 
PE Bi... awn Ave.. 


elevators pas i 


tchen: 
ard: peeetricity tw n _o? . Apt. 4— 
HO. 2 wee Liv, bedrms., dinette. *béeh. 
$82.50 ke at 437 Manor pi., Apt 


L Re . 
CLOSEST-IN 
NEW APARTMENTS 


Bifin”9 BY ice 
OM 


a nbs wate 


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me the “S 


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d 


x 
“top sun decks 
Hi SE gs ua. kitchen 4s 
peed | roun 
Childrens piay park . 


RMS. PROM sio2 $0 


Open fer, smapoctien 


TION CALL 
POUL Th Sabo 


NOTHING FINER 


GREENWAY 
A CAPRITZ DEV "A ot eb. 


Minn. . Ave. RA 


Beautifully Decorated 
DE LUXE 
1-BEDRM. APT. FROM 


$64 
rr E = tat 
N NOE TO BF Magy 


BUN 


QUINCY 
MANOR 


he 
BOULEY A 


edie 8d fan : 
1110 Columbia Rd. NW. 
bach phen a ‘tits "med 2-Tm., era” pldg.. 996 
SULLIVAN BRS Theas | 


ise. 


FOR 


IMMED. OCCUPANCY 


Attractive apartment desirable 


-8700. or a Ries a 3423 


onvenient Downtown Lecation 
eco Refrigerators 
elevator bi 


1 RM.. K. & B—$56.50 


( Izs IN 
nis M gn, Se Se 


1 BEDRM. APT., $77.50 


INCLUDING UTILITIES 


P. anes pote ler’ care-| 


taker. se El ee 
4017-4027 Ely Pl. SE, $52.50 
bidg.; 2 rms., kit.. “ere ) pares Hy rane roam disett 
tils.: redecorated. Mér 
2 4 solriaerater, 


4015. 
427-431 Mellon St. N 


indy 
e Apply office on ft 


ITtES ‘Nase pita 
~ 366 2oT H Te 


(UTIL 
Large rooms. pastel decor 
- 
| 22-0135 


weneepe. 
IN ' MODERN LIVIN 
AIR COND. AUTO 
SUN DECK’ 


. stove and'| 


4227 SILVER HILL RD, 
(NR. SUITLAND. MD.) 
JO. 8-4469 


| BELLEVUE 
GARDENS 


1-FARE ZONE 
4688 NICHOLS AVE. SW. 


1 Bedrm., Unfurn... . $65 up’ 
$88 up| 


1. $76.50 


sss 00 | 
REDUCED: sot loca tien; 2 rms..' 
ys avaliable at: 


ki bat rE 
John F Donoh oe & Sons | 


es SE Li. 3-0084 
‘a ONETTS GARDENS” (D Chine 
SE... near Andrews )— ~2 
with dinette. "588-8104. | 
. B-8119. 


; 

| 

' 
ROL Er 
t 
Best location, embassy 
Meridian Park: ‘new bidg.: all ul re | 
modern facilities, secy ated 
laundry. storage. TV. gar “hee 


;" PeLID. Rent, reasonable 
rer) e Luxe Apts. | 
PARK ELLISON 


1700 HARVARD ST 
kit ae bath. 


_ NW. 
with dress- 
; M AD. 64-3636 | 
To s OPP ING 
ae CO. 
INVESTMENT BLDG 
7207. Arkansas Ave. xia 


Are ‘ savne om bedrm.. dinette. 
ape sereened-in A 
ere. incl. and 


CAPRITZ, DI. 7- 9080. 
c prea Suburban Living 
MOST REASONABLE 
RENTAL IN AREA 


MODERN, NEWLY 
DECORATED APTS. 


Chillum Heights 
1520 CHILLUM ROAD 


to 
147 


| OXON TERRACE, MD. 


Oxe BED M $66.25 and ty 
meredes utilities and parkin 2 
$77 inc] witless New 
ansp. to 
Navy 

Census 


ve. Bilis 


ra $7 i ei 


WCE MGRC 
TOWERS 


1930 COLUMBIA RD; NW. 
1 bedroom, . #130 


porch 


(PLUS 
Com phone, modern: large 
dismond for children’ and od 
PHONE JO. 1-2700 


Open Daily, 9 to 6 P. M, 
Sunday, | to 6 P. M, 


LONG BRANCH 
APARTMENTS 


8721 Piney Branch Ré., Gil. Gp.. Mad 


i *sall 


Bt te 


JUST 8 MIN. VIA SHIRLEY HWY. 


$66.00 
oi elMBee Bie Eine, 


RI 


BETWEEN | 
OOS CHAPEL ROAD 


2 BEDROOMS 


‘78.50 


All Utilities Included 
(1- —— M APTS. AVAILABLE 
OR F URE OCCUPANCY 


Attrac surroundings, featuring | 
well-kept 

areas, 

dren, PARK AND PICNIC areas, 
a safe place to raise your child 
All corner apts. Shopping centers | 


nearby 


Rental Office Open 
Every Day Until 8 P.M, 
Call WA, 7-3948 


H. SG. SMITHY CO. 


A ream. Ps 

Also Purnished Apt. Plan nd and ¢ 

rig. ¥ 

"| 7246 16th 8t. ' We #218 
et beara. AVE. 

t.4 


eae a 


SOUTHERN 
HILLS 
300 LIVINGSTON TERR. SE 


S3rd and DEFENSE HIWAY 
NEWLY-DECORATED 

1 Bedroom-——from $72.00 

2 Rodeoome— trans $82. 50 


10 MINUTES 
FROM THE CAPITOL 
SEE MODERN SUBURBAN 


CLS 


PARKHILL APTS. 
1610 PARK RD. NW. 


at. ‘off 


re 


5 


¢. Youngs. | 


| cia iee 


Cheverly, -Md. 


1 _3- 
Excel. Transp. and Shopping 


COLORED 


¢ - 4 
4 Co.0F APTS., SALE 


ook, LU. | 
ca 


. 
1471-1495 BANGOR ST. — 
NEW DUPLEX APARTMENTS 


Bt ta ain 


RENTS—$52.50-$53.50 


Open for inspection | 
rue " on PD 
A, rata cor 
ane tts Plac 


B. F. BAUL ay ; 


1312 Corcoran 81. XW. a ss 29 is sit 
: 


lly, Reore 


Bee saat 
“tiie premises. A-3 ‘7, eves. 
Ste. rm 


rms.. liv. Tm. kit, ; 


and 
pe gapitor: on premises 


1235 1 Ri 


a sar} 


ho o.: hea 
hot” i Taike = 


; 

enclosed : 

close <, schools and trans. 
JA. 7-46 


| £110 m 

| - Bae 12th &t 

| det.: repenes: 20 
Navy 


2 “Sis ao ne 
ay ae ay 
| 1425 

tole 

m 

| TM. 

' 1 


E REAL 


mo. "TE 
bric 


4 
kitchenette, bier fenced ard a ner ot d._F, 
tls, Key, Apt CUNNINGHAM. JB. 5-9100.. 


‘COLORED. 4046 
--byion decorated ‘ 
bat 2 with 


a , 
we 4 $72.50-875. inci 
Janitor. on jo 


rm.. , 
scr aban pore 
— except 


ro Brand em. 


n 
-292 
- ye Sot | SHEAR 


cond. 
5 
water, ‘30° a Apply available rambie 
3 oof $175, others, fhe 
toL.— ve. pw.! 
New t bsmt. apt. Bmp. ge 3 RA. 


PARKLANDS | 


MODERN COLONIAL 
AEE, PEMLAER| EER ae ac 
“BEST BUY IN TOWN” ‘eariton id AREA; "5a om 
SINGLE FARE BUS eS : por 
3V%e ROOMS 
$68 and $70 
4% ROOMS | 
$81 75 and $8450) } 


UTILITIES INCLUDED 
Nursery school. shopping center and 
elem. school at prefect. 


io ee 


rea—Bevers ral homes 
sie, Ss Cok 


ED A rice Sotings @ 
4- ' homes; 5 


ht 
Ho eg atfies ie” 


-e) 


ome: shoppi 


COLLEGE Mites 
Ate “ies isi § 
3 


rms. extra-) ‘2 
| frp. and bks! 


stairway to 
°o a fly¥ 


lk a. a 
AL OPpri v n. rm. Wit 
oe a, 


?— 2- 
= 3 


bri he 
acre eutiful lend. 
EL. 6-4161. 
e have 


came. ass smal er ALIN, Healtor 
FALL cava ve! oy bile 
Tms. : 


laree ot 
“write patios 


a mear 
conv Pentegen: vacant; $1 


| Dus: 
Li. 4-0249 
Pia. ave. nw. 
Pe dal S08 
se. 
st. aw. 


L—LIK N 


mi. bedr entzas and 
, kit. 
rer 


. 
. kit.. share bath. 
r 


sec... r. 
> aa bedrm “hous 
». Pileture window 


. Lee. v. 
firepl., 
nice lawns, beaut. trees. 
¢ 
CHURCH—T-beirm. Houser 
eoul kitchen wit 
Per scaped var 


a 
et - 
Nice apt.; | 
—$60 | Sener ae 
Cap. st. Liv. room Cape Cod in 
dinette and bath | ventent location. Eeuloped kitchen. 
Separate dining room. ve 
level iot $110 mo, Y 
REALTY. JE. 2-9 
OGG Mut -3-bedroom une 
urnishe ireploss. da vine Ff 
Call MRS. BRU HO. "3 
8750, or © ATEL DE 2-3 7 
brick 


rm 


| 


to 


| newly 
reliaple refined 
1-bedrm 

AT 


A} 
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ng. 


48 
¥. isa Shove A int 6 


5 BW. 
rooms. Wh 
ard PRESS ‘R ALTY Peo Re. = 
n v a rent yO 


COLORED —Castior r 

a and hous 58 bedrm. det. 

MOVING AND STORAGE 73 Sar ree 
apt 


A-1 i- wile Hy $20. 2- 


| we 

ng | APARTMENTS WANTED 3e : 
SICIAN. single. desi 3 cpeet ree- es 

own apartment. + as —_ un- 


& 
’ ‘Sullt ~y 
it ne 
rm. br 
rm.: close 
140 mo 
_—j-be 7. Ts Ca 
u emt... overly 
rates iu. + | conv. to Pentagon. 
: low rates: -29 


a ful) 
tached garage an 
fenced ¥ 


to 
W 


L for 7 moving  & haul | 


Will move you eves. or’ ' 
eas - blocks 


low rates; 24- 

padded vans. oe. 
MOVING—UNION STORAGE G6. 
J careful] men; 


| -day service. 


—_—— 


RIGGS: PARK 


744 KENNEDY &T. NE. 


Lovely large 3-bedroom brick semie 
ome. oniy 4 years Old: 
. jaree madara ki ~ 
powder room 
basement and laree rear yard. hu 
this for T¢ 


105 MO. 


'_ALDON MGMT. CORP... NA _5- 5740 
§.£.—5-room. semidet. - brick 
end fen 


0 R 
n innaise LO. §-8778 till 9 pm. 
t. ares 8-3252 s ] living: 4 bedrms.. den, reer, 
‘HOUSES FURNISHED 40| fast, tis elke JE seiail 


ALEXANDRIA 


Jefferson Manor Area 
A 2-bedrm midet house with 
fenced-in vara. "Close to shopping 
and transp. Renting for $11 

m TE. 6-1400. AL BAKER & & sn 


: 9 ay 


uto wosher 
shopping. 


eae, 


ver ; 
$160 mo. 


une 
o Oct Charming ~ + le with 

Sere “garden 3 
5, Tm. wit r 
"Boi : 


¥. 
wi . ROXANA 


nd 


1904 3rd St. NE. #1, $67.50 
fet. bidg.; 2 rmé.. kit. bath: nem 


206 6th St. NE. Redecorated 
N bath... 879.00) 


1-Bedrm. Apt.—$57-$61.50 
2-Bedrm. Apt.—$66-$74,50 
3-BEDORM. APT.—$90 


TENANTS Fey or™ GAS AND 


RES MANAGER ON PREMISES 


ae mile Ba'y. 
fo Cheverly | 
se hwy. 
pro. min 
Par war to Fort 


RENTAL OFFICE OPEN 
pad Rell Bho Led von, 
| 


R05 isn Bt vw, DOE. aoe 


| ) rm., din. ' + a heat inc! 
P =e 


. 


| 
John F. Cot oo & Sons | 
“new mn. COLOMED “NORTE AsT 

1727 Holbrook St. 


room. dinette 
kitchen and 


heat, ¥ t: rent 
na 3 Holbre +. 7 
co. 1 


5 ib et. pw. NA! 
s19 takai 


s— 
50. 

: A 

3701 CONN. AVE. SAM ROSE er 13 4. 2709 _ 
AIR-CONDITIONED COL. 4373 
t 


sonal 


tree tions: 


oa 
ade 


cave bed yom, | 
ba 


2.80. 
B. 


Wiltshire Pa rkway 


jency apartment 
Lcaenemns rm. 


$89.50 
CAN BE FURNISHED 


All mpeiatinn panies. funds ae 
le. ta 


AS ND 
LOOK «AROUND 
COME AROUND 

AND SEE THESE 


eros 


FROM $59.50 
SURREY HOUSE 


Parkview 


5120 SARGENT ROAD 
— RD. RE. D. €. 


ompletely 
jie itioned 
De gv Elevator Bidg. 
85% Rented 
30 Days Before Opening 


1720 14TH 8T.—SECOND FLOOR 
4 rooms. kitchen. bath, porch. Rent 
4 BA Sg eet. acest. ie 
store « 
. lath Bt. NW. — 
B. F. UL Co. 
: A ¥ \ ” 8. 
ave. ne.. 
ap 


1829 16TH ST, APT. 6 
NEWLY DECORATED 


2 BEDROOMS, $130 Up 


EVERY APARTMENT HAS 
SEPARATE DINING ROOM 


~~ OCCUPANCY 
JULY, 1956 


RESIDENT MANAGER 
ON PREMISES 
11 A.M. to 6 P.M. SAT, & SUN. 


OR CALL TU. 2-8831 


» ££ 
rm. auto TV 
fenced yard. sie mo 
tks SPRE mm At tirac. 


Bethesda 
June 20th to August 20th. OL. 
— _ ai 


— . welcome. 


’ rooms. 
Sinine reom:.ciose in. lovely ean. 


cing ae eo room on ist 


Pa 
~ Pacing 
library. garden 


m ton Oaks. 
Six a . 4 baths. Comply. furn 
util) dune 15 


“a Nice 
une 15 to Jan. fT 


with eahede 


6 bedr rms. 3% bathe. 
dinin pe Ff it ove 
washing machine and drvye 
béedrm. air cond. oi] heat 

{nen wn by appt 


wha ree 


. 

: ie! Ane “WILLS Br 

$225 vinciNik “BILL §— 

only.| damt Kk, 

ane iurn A anes 

lease family welcom nga- 
garden 


vice 

3-bedrm bu 
low: lar i ier newly deces, 
2- 0354 wy ~—e-story, 3-bedrm., ’ * 

96 CO! } , nt 

~ ain. brick bune.. ful} bemt., 

Avail. immed. $100 mo 
COLONIAL CHARM 


part of oberming ol Cc 


et 
Tove) 
*o ‘Set A 


——Avell 


for 


suit 1 
June 


$135: 


to Bept 


3 » a, bedrms | 
Main 
mmer | 
rental, 3 bedrms.. liv. rm.. > baths 
V and Bendix dryer; conv. trans 
Lee. lot. play Ras ~~ for children. | 
quiet res. an J = 13-Ausg. 24. 


ge. 2U 
; , indoors én 
sonpiry Call Mrs. Kohner, 


e Sioa b HOSPITAL pxd wir ARE, 
3105 aesee rd.. 
Stern Kit 


Talking dist istanc sch sctiogls ead Tee. 


xecutive 


© Sept. ist. 3 beareee. 


.s washer, Cryer 


4 ou comforta 


ce 


home in 


ble vi 
lous roo 

_ Pp nl & convenient | 

i, “ae st. ne. 6150. 


Home “eo 


e ares. Avail 


ram- 
gon 
130 
$130) = 


wah. 


poo! 
t. 


: auto. 
ee 
"20 min 


eller 
aton. Md Appealing . 
ctous sneereem, ramb) 


n bem carp 
7a , me. “80. seeds | 


WARWICK VILLAGE | 
a-yedrm. nemes. P118 mo. Indivia. | 
washer Cryer. refrig.. & sheae “Gis. | 

1 Soundp Fu U 


Nene’ bis ** bunds 


§-2945. emma 
WEBSTER ST. NW. 
Livin bedrooms. kitehes 
oof walls aint. | epee’, 
player + and bali oper m9 mo. danhtor 
pub ie, paroch | show 
» incl 1 A. 8.406 
Brick. A me er: “separase otf 
oes hia ertest {or pte 


aoe 


tago 


e Bunday 


—- 


Kennedy &t. 


mares } 


rm din, rm.. kit. ao 13 Degeme. 
th connec 


ba Sigh. 
bedrms. 
screened porch, pa tis, fenced back | 
: rit,’ 


| $23 17th St. i 6 rms. 
ecors 


. soo 
tate $140.00 — 
zs ft ” Teen 4 2 baths, 
John F. Donohoe’& Sons ; 
| ma, Ax : sy 


eS 
aay ee bel mk 


ete. tae: 
cas. sts ¢ 


See Ce Ease eae Seer eee ae ES Cle | = Bg Creu 


st, ne, Row brick: ails Ri titeher _ NW. TCHEST CAsH— :| Times Herald classified ad- 


en suis & frie a oie 9 Oe we | ame bal =| Samy. wt , | : 1 | : : 
fs! emo, Maan prc, oop A ag int | Pacapeinint of Ca ES ae. Siegal Seat!" antag |“ BORFMMAN & CO. Oy a ib perhoed, 4 vedims, ood Pain| vertisers: TO place your ad 
Bie Bevan He ike stie tly 8 ene BOWS He» a Phone 

oriek, center halle 5. rme.| “rn LORED Vm CO UrrEn BRIGHTWOOD | Seta sovek. _popigeet._ var mys! REpublic 7-1234 


ky 
t. arn. e. eal B= h. 3 heat. “ “bo SEM 
brick, in down. 3 ’ arn inet ive. $50 our heme. 2 BATHS ON "OND FLOOR _— - | SALE SUBURB. 


i> bean ". om 
ih 50, anmpod REALTY ae .* i ' 220 INORARAM ST. 


: 1417 L. st, nw. 3 yrs. Owner |") ohed coms. 8. DAKOTA AVE. va. Md. com Reblished 
COLORED. 503 ng prick ae 3 Stores brick. center Tati, ‘6 yooms ‘MODERN BRI hye ' imo JE. 4-6650. 5a mm Bin jit inree tas 
eer H. LUNG. nga rowan Salurde. com. side screened porch, deluxe es S Eup ry brisk - ’ dining room 1 tiled 
i Sebel can Klicken ot suitable “for. prof FRE own : BL cath Mrs.| $17.990. KORSENDORPER earage ag DA. WINGA e 
ares: nr. sehis” trans. uitable for profes ; i 87 per month. x : Pain ons | -bed ist 
} a= 3-bedrm B 
Alter 6: and wder rm. “fall bsmt, 


cel. Te ; : a 
ace ae Py ae RA 6-2200. cont Por i — ne HA wate — me t. parece. | Yan fen a ater. f eil-| Pe ceptionalis Beautital 
: ; |v aree tr 
— dD. C., HOUSES 64 LASAI LE PARK ; 7 , ) ; ae rms., 1% baths, liv. rm, din. | BOOLEY Ic 
R TAKOMA AREA ' ; > ae eB: ; . BA mt.. ) % " SDA bedrm 
Modern 2-bedrm., semi-det. brick : ' : t Co. OL. 232-6900 
ho below appr. price RA. | ° ce "om P a 5 , 3340. CO. w NEY : OL._2-5344 for $18. 


t 
Di.. a rm.. mod. ; 
SRO PROPERTIES NG FIELD Ana | § . aisnwashen, Wo bed | ttunity - RIC 1s gear TO BUY 468 | ment. Hes center ‘hail: laree ieinc aymen! go Wg 
INIA P P RTIES NIENT TO” c Cees: | «, is Ath ? ETE APARTMENTS : font tee ine 7 Cite te « | Cod with expandibie 

SHOP 2 smt.. rec »| Only owe and $50 per mo perce Kw ae very convenie eae RENT. with oe we bu r ement ce. | loor nares ‘living -* Fit 
ren rms. soli. mt. F. i 


inv vestor wit 


downtown rm., mod ~~ 


Wanted to menace. Excellent serv- Ls. # ee ; ‘0 , over ta utes to e bs 
Good collection dept. Looking | ; . es | | : Wastsiry apt. 2) ic em. dened & ail Phe COX LU 2-6ide,| Available July ' 956. 
i or ss rohins i 1400 | a“ cD, 81 ut -t,) » tase all Mr. fad- ~<a rec ADES : ares | Call Sarr ne acre: : et fein tothe 3 idea ; is | oe ab ifiiaia, ‘hed 
+ & 8O . : ; s : ; 365 
ch. : Sah ‘ Gi—$800 DOWN Srreasy. * des et che. SE. 
Bil teceg Pak Bl C. [> ‘Pee wl" | 2 FAMILY aa oot, Grete 
11 Anacostia Ave. N.E.| Terms” 
FHA FINANCING N. CAPITOL AND HAMILTON 
id pestr brick home pet 


NEW 6-RM. SEMIDETACHED Sas actually built as 2 units _OPEN THIS WEEKEND | stuns s as. bestea-| $602; xe! emt. 1 Siegrattony fe. 
t.. hed| 70 
2. 


| $442 68-8375. Eves 
SPACE, Rent 46 CAPITOL HICL—$10,950 : 
( brick howse. ready for immediate are ba in 
pecupancy Close to tae! om ately » Gorseies 


= N RIA | En ; elev loo Ben ' rn r NIA 
s opp y *- schoo Brery ini = ; . ae — Contem rick 
Se, nes asl yes | LEO M. BERNS: . ‘EIN CO. vibe teow with ning area rs yang art ta seen mmasat, nies y yard. “Gon ventent to sgh erase. farm Medica n oO ramp -g ¥ Sedroome and b +s 
Di iy * 


garace. suitable ier onal 


‘ mrs 
n loc. 4-bedroom rick 
house. Den =. finst fispr; tal 
ment oF & 
) od. 


7 > | BETHESDA (Gneuish Village) — 
rept. Club; bri Brick , Tambier. 29 
| 


L Supa: 
reed and sn spt 


usive management of 615 Kins . €O. §-3533 ot Modern house, overlooking Vir- 
ce is now avail-| = oe | i! ‘ equipped i vp 3 recti mile THESDA. B17.506 — One ing-dining area wi eplace, 
and it ted s (gd EW ay CHAIN BRIDGE RD. ._—Brick ditionine. eo with ~- air com bed le ; famfiy. Pre HUMPHRIES town ap fy 73 ese S cent r, entrance cvlonial kitchen with, dish washer. disposal}. 
ale office pulldtag or! five) nd. Potom | oven & rms. | at. te cae ane js he oly A, eee . mi. D.C via new 240, LaGarde, el cond : ser. porch, ree olen’ a: Fee St: 
- BENJAMIN Mc-| Baliiades Playsround and t as y. 3‘ bece: large | | ibe call MR Spot seein ; lored—246 Madison St. “NW. Tremont’ $-4164 cious oo it uwith shade trees: 4-Bill un HOR 
ine R. HOOFF, INC.! rm. kitchen with ‘Areplace. dining Call Mrs. Beker 361, ice. Sa Beet ad wk ies firep ? $750 DOWN ee Some we ada | eittactive home. TOWN & SUB-|~ " ame Ot } 
“Ist 1 . PROP YRO brick. Concrete | B Only $2100 cash, assume oan 
yee Duke #t,, Alex.. Va. TE. 6-3445 at Pt nal eg allies oh Sean K ne SAVY satipment-a-soppariaent revi. front, poreh. built-in gareee, 20 ~~ Charles <oone Nedip doses ai S-bedrm.. L'2-bath brick 
oe offices; good loc; heat) rms. bath up Large Cont. “ CORES BRK i e On| ft. wide side hall pian, Cory knot-| iy a Tt + with 3 bedrms -- , eoerk, patie. eane 
‘Pay onset. rent ie 9 bath. $20.500.. § AT- 750 DOWN | metal . bra ty pine paneled den first floor. acres: : lovely shade ¢rees. nA Only $15 
BLOCK WOOD, NA. §&-8375. Eves. wo. | tf aeraies Oe 714 MAD SON sak. com . mod ted k. h Bown Ws has Pees mm of Metta £33,950 ait , ful Te th. at MR hy NO. 71-8521. 
HILT — 2300 it rie Cuid CHASE, DB. C.—Near Cons. wner ieaving city gna has put) De . fall painted sement. detec ed oo, ST. 3-7368. ce - r o (M- REDERICK W. BERENS 
nonprofit org.; newly remod | sires ave. and all gonvenioness Modern Sadeane ; zs ; erms. | ae th or-fenced. obryoned Cc . SALES. INC. 
i ond: very low rental. HU. brick Colonial. ms.. 3 bedrms 2 > = - ie F Prk By & BON | sot ait bemutiful garden: full at- “OH! OH!” Montgomery County 
- 1920. -Bidg. consisting | : rae ‘ae. wooded lot, Call Be with rec, tim iat VES. wo rhino | \sINDLER Re ALTY CO. | ‘CO HO. 2-1257 “Get Out the Car” A D T 
By fF TE SOREN. Inv. | SIDNEY 2. MENSH & a | fALs - ke « look at this home for kit rt AL ei 
onv . . ; 
ns be rented ine ntirety or 4 tal, 2-fam 4, rick very hile: | ela om COLORE NE. ; dow ; a5 SS Ee expands>! cox 2 etiluonal ‘and rage; full basement with recreation | rooms and 2 & 
) I , 7 <<: : ) Beautiful kitchen a large 
Seg ee adore orl ats Hats uandaeanet aml seers] © CUSTOM BUILT | itt enh abet se a oa] Ry Belt Rg," WRIOM | Sitccoget and. hares “ey fe 
EF only. UN. 4-8632; eves MON | ‘— nd | . vu . om fie Pig ~ ‘garage e: ine Pace Waval Wespltal “din, rm. club rm, and ope 
—3-rm. e: AP. 71-5446 ) edrm : Soot, = “3 completely “Slestondiijoned rick . ground- -leyal entrance onto 
: elev. bide. put. i | rage lot. au iggy BE ;| SPRING ‘VALCEY — Washington's 5 gi section of Wooarlase. § s ..- DETACHED. chs 4056 SoONTY 7 , i din sg "Sreptace, pelow orig “Cost. BILLIN 
“oecus Mee DG. i oo 6 : | ; si * ne <i, yo a r ce. : E TY CO. EM. 2- 2326: . 
. Open. Lev. Ample, barking $135| thi eving city, Save nal and family, A foot olan that lends | Umposine Vbedrm, autacke d home NEW SPLIT-LEVEL —_——_FOLORED BALry CO., OL. 2-5858, eves. como oo ooo nitesee dur 
wean iets a Kee conngeting May Ce hrc PRICE A AROS| smertaine, Reception se 8 a oe Ria tisstep| ONLY ONE LEFT GI—$66 MONTHLY = /fiine Sorick Cups God on benitls| 
air conditione x an creen osead summer rch ape. 
17; available immediately : pr | stm mi? By) on garden level, ist floor. : . "2617 FRANKLIN ST. NE. $21,500, Approx. $3000 Dn. ONLY $295 DOWN spar. Te met din rm. BETHESDA 
nal tenant oniy: | re 4 ms, 2 . oor acant, redecorated | DO od. Kit.. huge closets. bsmt ° 
S19, Post tu ABLE. 3 bedrooms. 2 nice tiled| C.ubToom., garage with Conaretee patch site gick home.) OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY ¥, 0.1 at g19. BER- BETHESDA AREA 
8B INESS PROP. aL . living room with Areplace.| es at ony i34 so0 Evenings | & oak fore me OPEN SUN 12 2 S 36th St. SE. a "2 7800 ea) oF ee, ae spluclevel with 3 or.% ' 
ull dinine room, breakfast area to | call HO. 4743 THOS FISHER gitcnep. “modern tile bath Gas ins “5 sae brick or ing has 2 large bed- | .2 >. ™. - ee ae “1 evel wi — joo ro3 heated recr. rm. on ist fir.; 
eh wane OB aiies| Beta ak ee, | cage aeene  aemed| Werindey aang Secs tne ani Ne aah 
‘| WA e : : h interesting properties age additional acres availe 
L. OFF x . foom. Your be center. 3 bedroom ; . 
rt AVAULEE CO,, 813-1717 i - . aie JS. upper ‘Conn. — AR . eri 5 MIN Bower wn emee On8. . tas. = ae a ane A WHITTIER able. SAMUEL ’ amcistees | 
Oe tet ie ete cn Hy re port, patie fee, rim, tpeet | % Beautiful brick split level adi every convenience | Bihia6 thie s 6 soo ber, LEE ESTATES. the latter 2 ha =| Hapésome brie end frame” nes 
ith a goin | fm.. porch, patio, rec - ’ fs | 
Bas.o00"C afl all conv. for mod. livin r= | 30% Call iLtGUM & Pa ny nal | GATHERS NO INCOME” home, Fie t. living room an "Realty Co., LA. 6-9353 ALL . 6539, till 9. Both type in cond. 
cian bdrk a with th ¢ M. 2.9000 o06 dows perment 8 a ; replace. m B k C rs ; worth your a. +4 
-” > v . oope . e. i ; 
a a-| mod. kite “4 et ST TER REED AREA you ; ~~ * investment in this 5 itchen — wit ot aro ers ration bed : | this oareing. . ye 4- 0649. 
2 eesn “ave. gs rm., b home. 3 Kits, 3. baths, Foo . Invited—Top Commission n. : sm COLONIAL INVESTMENT CO. rar. Ok 7-2575. ME. é-1381, 
nxigns to eet | ‘ fl. 3 lee. bedrr ose. yet and, fo-wall carpet | sie acess of Fedec disposal. A ag -in range. ‘s Good D lay... ch. Close to | ‘ 
L.| finished 34 if.| z" bedrms., bath, Bemt. Lee. tet.| Te inspect call i ec te Re ge £a- or ea , engpect cok) Mart 7. BETHESDA Hospital area; $12,000. Vy CHA! ‘¥—Ist sho 
a. nw. ME i) iY BR DORFM PL ~~ COLORED—455 PF ST. NE ; % | 2 be on rambier.| Honey of a long 4-bedroom, 3-ba 
pas Call EM. 2- 4471’ REALTY BROK.| | N& CO. . PLUS cer ._ NE. 32-5344 Modern living with charm of yes-| brick rambler. 35-foot liy.-din, 
nears Kxcel INC a M. BERNSTEIN CO. | cna. red 7 Oey Iéeq! ~ ig or dentist; now BETHESDA, ss et , or, Nin ter year Laree living rm. din,| comb., de! luxe tit. . Batio and bare 
ACRES zoned besiness. Exce CHEVY CHASE— Immaculate, spa-| -3533, 9 "til 9 | ; ee ae | . “ + Hight bees for a| . mod. kit, Beautiful) becue Ae Mt gosaan ate 


location for shopping ne we or ) ——————— | ‘2 ‘the ‘Fight b = e| tras, $1. , ® yard. ¥. don’t overpr o” Just $29.950 
| cious Colonial. containing pot 5 . Pleasant wood 250. earden- like ya W. BERENS, cont ov ic us 
roup of stores Bet. 2 = ith Act REED AREA Beautiful lot. Close to larse fa amily. priced low, 00d | ll go GI a AB. oe OL. 6 58 JR. CO. EM. 2. 7800 tl 9 6-8600 to see. ALLIED REALTY, 


Pairfax Circle, bran. rm. W Ww . b t terms 
x needed CHERRYDALE | e. y ‘fr open- | Imma odie semidet.. 6 rms. bat h| COLORED 
BLOCK 


Bi D Benn! , t on 
ENT CO. JA. 2-0200 . , om. ae al | plus =! powder er | Wied IT 1S CHEAPER TO nd sign, J. H. GROSS N A042 F 
ry 1 1x1, ?| bath ; : rm erms. Price | BUY, THAN RENT STRUCTION. he D—$9 
ae ae eah otiegt a| Fitfees hel taet ies Eee a PN et MT. PLEASANT. Oy ooae .;. eee Se M A RYLAND HOMES 
vDAUs Tut. PLEASANT | @OLORED—ST000 DNO| Kein feat buss, 2 Peat ‘4 


newly decor, CH ALE CE-| ya Convenient 
-0201 itpe. ant bargain at on tha, bs aa gas heat. Nice. yarc 


bus iness | Cc nao, Lovely ‘modern a pias i Rig brick home: 160 tm 2} KNOTTY PINE R oe goer us 
_m. DE. 2-6464. VY (ASE—Waketield. A deco- : ; ellent for! Modern 6-rm. brk.. 3 bedrms. 2 RA. 6-6912 
co 3 | es" porch. Call a 4-8533) laree tamily or 2 families. Call for| fait vathe i pen or nspec ton 


. NLW.—Beautifal amg | 


concrete screcned 


AVE... 2440—Laree Jox| [at crane + appt. to : 
i ner J. LEO KOLB CO., AD fown | vee, L 4 BRICK BUNGALOW PETWORTH Pra: x: Diced right sige Fasten NW. SECTION 
: n 


wder 5 LL Near St. Elizabeth's. Bo eves. Dutstanding English style senide- 
ATIN DOWN PArMiivr. pasy TERMS | Net’. Gineh home sith spars | MARLBORO PL. N.W.—semi-det.| 6.920. weekdays, ‘HU. 3-0008 vestibule ‘with terra. cotte til 

1012 Pennsylvania Ave SE, Ter-| til a | ang bath on Ist Or, and 2 bedrms.| iy redec. Pull bsmt, with extra | Stand new rambler ar. floor erormous size Yiving cm. 

yy Be > ae “s Professional of- EVY CHASE—$19.500; imusually rm.. full bsmt, det. garage; pice| Shower bath. Colonial ~—y porch. | Park. * Detach : . ' 


auty shop ; 
ces eee eg n, -& Herman) oe bungalow ist floor, liy-| level lot. Owner trans erred Call for APPT. to inspe daylight —y 


i ’ rate 
if modérn beth’ 7 Se ATLA “R ® | LINCOLN PARK ? oa. om own. ’ os 5 OA, Montgomery County Montgomery County Prince Georges County 


, 7358, “REAL 
" . ' 1 — = alt . . = ° 
AREHOUSE SPACE, Rent $0| floor, Seirsome and bath: rear] 3 BEDRMS., 21 HIS | Soy botek, commiee eodnesoeend | bar! eas HW | CHEVY CHASE [2 cated ‘bee rate 
Mate each, “Exe tise] biliindSiay mbst'ry“og™™Ew | NEAR BOLLING FIELD | 1 fr pITOL. Fick iS a . omplete 


nelish | yard: detached BETHESDA-PARKWOOD | 


E ent. 7- garage: a home of distinc- | mw & 
. bsmt 
gts stoi Gs] Bon eonyentoncen enna shonnine | RAMBLER fal ami lovely, mia 
d 8 til dark, 


te lemgnt he "SK. 89792 er 10117 WILDWOOD DR. THE EAST- Betasd’ gun poon 
: : Out So 
GARAGE OR WAREHOU m.. bath. 2 bedrms, bat thing. terns some lucky veteran. Cail | 
nw 


._._MO. 32-1257) ERNER: New OR OPEN SAT.SUN 
be kl hev 
d. bsmt.. paneled REC. RM., ts. Call for Appt. to = » SSO. SV. ; 
15. so. ft. one fioor. | wood Ph DOWN-—$90 PER MO. . 62. $11. 1. $68 Mo. din. ¢ icture window. M n; Chase umedi 
ation, Drive-in 4 rage. . oer, Bere, 3-447 a Lee W. BERENS apes, Love! : pection S-rm. brick: s ain! $68 mo. pays| electric Kit with dining space,.2'.| 2-ft. itving rm. dining rm., be Svmediandle elt 
riven Diss ers Cc SALES, INC. NA, 8-5000 iy Zethe recrea m: eas . Call MR. HARRIS.| baths, 24-[t. paneled family room,| ful egmpiste “kitchen | & additional 
'& LUCHS ealtors, MANY HOMES TO CHOO heat. yard. Venetian “bunds. many, NA_ 8-5000. 3 very lige. bedrms.. level let. $16.-| T™ baths; full basement LO. 7-8837, JIM BRITT 
Vectiws HA a ae OPPRe RTUNITY | LE, AD, extras: near cols, bused. RA. FREDERICK W. BERENS 300. 4%9%, 30-vear loan aVatiable rec. rm. afea. and 2car garage — DE LUXE ae 
LESS | . . - ; 4 a ———EE ee — 
.a) oy. Eve 6 te . Fe Le | Sttached” prick.” four; hall | OPEN SUNDAY, 1-6P.M. | ay. DOWN PAYMEM: SALES, INC. NA. 8-5000 to, Ces : d..| KENSINGTON—$20.000 GI Custom-| bedrms. 2‘, bath 
! , woer Yes. the opportunity to see an . COLORED— VACANT ; : “wi i shad Open Sat. and 
TES 53 » mod buy this beautifully arranged | : : } = ae Follow ‘THE EASTERNER ry se ee saad ; an 
MMERCIAL. L | floor ¢ rooms. baths, home. Living room with fireplace, REALTY MORTGAGE & With larée bright ‘modern kltchen Pon marcia & ’ | baths, ‘s t | i f “ ~ af = ot Univ, of” wane 
dining room, kitchen 3 bedrooms, INVESTMENT 0. and covered ront is rooms. i] ; Open 1 to Dark. Daily & Sundays | ; : Sai. it- CONEE. REAL TY co. AP a. -9595_. 
| tile bath. full basement, gas ‘heat. | Cc home is the k in ~ ot 7) o ; . rms. .- 
| ELAM 6” ARNOLD | Nicely landscaped: Sorpine Di? sca POL SYERMONT AVE. Wow. cnign dest floor throws open ht. Bves.. RA. 5-1383. WOODMOOR AGY.. Inc.|; Dall eves. LO. 5- ‘. w SPACIOUS LIVING!!! 
on , AP. 7 ¢ OO OO | de or sale by own-| 
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 55) (Cor. LSA. RETIRED) one RECTIONS: ria AVE TO RA 6.2400 beauty y for satertetning win > og UNC. | Cove, one Saadinon on Cod on 22 min 0 D. c 
UTH 3 


ssen by owner: for cH EVY CHASE (Barnaby W | joy of living; rge le JU. 9-5555—Realtors | . 
~—g A 6618 ed WEED ~ gg snd tamapeinte | APPROX. 1 BLK REED i" wed edrooms: - OAKHURST 
SHOP—S5500 cash: | Sdedroom, 2-bath brick home; | “iat, -O Som. Li, $-2000, LU.| 7 bane tio n basement. BETHESDA Shady yd. & >» oreh: | | (p | pl Al = 
- t. ent garage -* evel | . : Go— .| oF oly eemer, Parkwox e : 8 

soparpte. tien to ba? bidg. Call! fed | die oe REALTY CO. | bath: Ine sa vec. ta iBy HORA INBON, | “ers for aoe bo i We , gs mentary and Kensington Jun ter New Subdivision gett, firep! 'r.: bert wih 

days. LU, #20. Ley PROM WALTER REED | price IXIE| eves GP g tie NW A. ‘| Chase Md. any es \ rhood poo BURTONSVILLE. MD endix auto. clothes dryer. mangle, 
: - 69. 5 | RRALTY at UN a prompt action cal . 29-4513.) Cre 25. Pe qn Hom Acres. Corner 

206 ALASKA AVE Loh ae aT No a-G : 12.000: : Lig P. 2 Sve eo 5 i ton | 2 brick ramblers: 4 up now. 2 Sun. 14 - avers s 
Chevy Chase, D c 22 |7 BEDRMS., 42 BATHS | © ile "terme, ag ow, Burieith. 8 around’ $20,000. UF . indry.” earmes: | 960, fer inspection; baseboard bel “WOxXTH CHECKING!!! 
2 4 m. ry. . on a 

Outstanding Ms. 2 BA with more| Lee. sracious home in picturesque | ideal, smal! hh Sls™ br as | 78 Bos 5. Oo "| mi. to schools and shopping. (On Brick l-story on approx. 772250 come 
ne| Setting. Excel. cond. with many $250 DN. GL ~ a mm . o> bem. ett ther corey —| : net, et to Route 196.) a arnt prepress ohw a 


4 
retiring | ' outstanding Bg  #,.. numer-'| Conv. to shopping, bus soves ho $40.000 | : 2 oF , 
ous to describe. Will make for) schools rt. off Texas ave. open | Bsa En? « hiss. range. we are. Correll. Oh i to 4510. OL. a .° "Roxbury, sett PAINT BRANCH FARMS | sereanee Thrpughout bent; excel: 


2 NOSLI REALTY CAP | 

cr aa amma ENT, | eat ieee M at 940.” —_ $86 MO. 
W REE USES for RE N od iy = . D. 65. per mo. incl. every tifully 
ymen 


" . €. L—Across from| 
new fewa being built Owner 
ce. -9651 


r 
and barrel. Only , ‘ 
$00 n. Excell lent op- ger. 3 bedrms.. yt arecious living for large. sign on property, BY OWNER pike. Open Sun 25 
today. Cali Mr r.: rm.; | 7-790 LU 1-3168) A—3- | Open 5 
ea. sith Yeonas’ Realty. JA tage ree tear art. Cl poniowe | R A. HUMPHRIES | HE. 4-62094 — 13 RITTENHOU ST. Ww, 5 me UYER OR = developed ra potas voeatter | Sn? nsnes oragy NOOO ae 28 GoNELLE. REALTOR, 
racery~Oalyone | TOWN URBA . 2 Mass Ave Realtors NA. 8-5020) — a $350. bOWN, tos. Mo. sell © af s. LI. 6-2000 bis s 7 ¢, (813.950. 3807 bath ¢ oe Fe? evel ree, <} Pas, 
_ ” 9. AS s HIG e — | or : . 
“commercial area. Owner | CLEVELAND PARK | ie-ft. front det. brick: 6 rms. 3| JUNE BRIDE? 7 EAL TYCO Bonoma ‘rd ... See | gn beautiful compara of custom: OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
in res 


ae Sheridan st. nw Mod . ca °o S| 
Det. 4 bed » th _| Imcleosed porches. sun peren ul . . built he $79,500 e rd 
eer on d& off. 9 mi.| rms. 2 baths, den. re-| eigeed pow bh giss00, Lu’; 724 EMERSON ST. NE. i * ours. Mr. Delle. JO. 2-0683| BRADLEY aaraaadle OWNER | 5 E nomes. $00.000, Colesritie 74 rain ee oe 


saing 100 per day: Se eer eee cee” Came ivacent).| Fass | Ideal for small family, Of South aOR wh. win s—nrgcomes 
fue” Goan “er! Frit, Soa.S00. orarae BM. ACTER REED ——| Bator “ayer immaculate s-bed: | 13-500. ME. ed gn e ——— —- | $14,930, $10W0 LDOWN 
aT son or Ta Fea: LEV | 7312 Alaska Ave. NW. | s room, knotty-pine recrea- ) : ee ge Ry rt baneled | Mont minty. Wiel DALE Be’ tune Lovely 6-room brick det 
ity location. Call Mr. Dusam, TA-| chem ine oes. CRATE | OPENSUN,2TO5 | Gowe“and fenced yard. Gt “ap-| Majestic corner brk.. 6 huge rms ALL CASH PAID | beaut Fin te: I) fiv rms sendin rm. lee OK kit:| pome'ylarge lot, gas Wictipan th 
. bet OR SR ero nd hall.| Lovely detached. 6 room. 2‘> bath prais*! full bemt.. garage: fine ka} for $21. 3 twin-size bedr s. ths: ful ‘ | +4 
~~ for Tease —Btock | . liv . beautiful din. rm., . Peatures inelude 29- OPE N 2: 30 To 6:30 ood work neetronaee rewey pape, ae ean ont ae | ft one: ground-level dayiis bemt with 
or sa = , st rm. mode -* } th Siseptecs ) M. E, SMITH, Inc. REALTY CO. BT. 3-7368 (lo « 7942. place, left sate Open. daily ‘til "dark Low 20s 


WM. P. ATKINSON, AP. 7-757 


=) ' 0 ning ! ful d 
A or lease. nr , 2 ige. bedrms., bath on 3d with breakfast 100k. Recreation . 7-787? TA 99-8249 
g-pay facility, $3000 re-| fl. Exceptional closets.” Excel. bemt. Garage: penutitytiy | —1-2ETT_____T._ 2-008 re ms 418900 | 2402 BIRCH DRIVE — | wane a PORCH?—New. 5-7 brie 


sae - 8500 ar ade trees -- iat priced to sel Brand-new 3-bedroom . , 
eile St ty Level yawn. convenient desire tet D E. ‘DAVIS CO. Bere prtecaetiens D | S T R | . T H O M ES Pe ee one bee ee ee oe ith lovely view. 2 fireplaces. ? 
Peat gen "parking. 75%. of | TC ened, | ane & Suet BA 6-028D) Pemidet. home in lovely section “fable space in iarae kittens =| New Rambler—$21,950 | ¢ayiieht wa! "Sa beth. 

; ’ . ichols “70 5-8 08 _,§ —_— - osed ' ‘ ) i ee 
mo = Hlebeards sie am » ah Ses ORED-- VAC | cated “Poreh and mee. o wt, Re oom. 3 BEODRMS.—GARAGE—DEN 4 - " én. 
eal money-maker 3% bedr ‘with Ist fir. den, | _ - ach on letion. This is an excellent in edivision 
-d $18,000 with ter uM | full bemt, with rec. rm.. ty it | REPOSSE SSED | | Gas heat d d. ace. en or ns ection bu in an excellent area. ALSO Br By Hey & Suscivisien! 
| oa AS ip ABLE “30 | Seats 
: —y- BURNT M : 


Yeonas eaity. JA 950. Hartman panty. 7060x130 ft 
break fast-space 


5 ow ] 
-3400 or LU. 2-5976 Nba vant ¢. 
o Po) ee eranrTs 68.122. 500. | BARGAI N chi Aetached $295 BUEE N. Larce mode Capital Treneit art "Park left on Beifast to 5511 
ae home ‘fn’ ‘Brightwood. ING - ¢ N TODAY 1 a) 5 1 bik sto elementary and| #f¢ open sign a for Pv 


furnish | 


u 
773, Uv e712 | pellent conaiti . 3 Move in and take over the LOW heat omp! redec bem | : Minutes to shovoine | formation. phon 
eft. frontage: Siling reid "Call after 6 PM foveio brick he tig, i,m ot ree owner, TA A. 9-600, sith T O DAY as oie ate be jae . | & feat n¢ find See it, 2M BRITT _ 
4799. ' . | decoration, $500 is your down pay- cole % 4 + Say ll | ee = eet i ae - PYLES REALTY ~~ 
3 Getto — @ nt SF TE Benvitel a B-Ab bar WP) once Be, at DETACHED BEAUTY none Oe BROWN, yR. he o v4 POVER im Lis et ea 
| | Svearm ick with full bsmt./ (7.7.8) | ,FAIRPAX VILLAGE "AREA anati 5 5 - LISTINGS, AND RENTALS 


4 d $12.9 A Just off ist and Madison sts. Mod- ~ ver Dp 
peri Will Costs Terms Li "GE pperaved. -1427 MURRAY LEVINE AD 4-3737 it tgor ‘bain 4p Original owner. AMERICAN UNIV. PK. mM gy -F- - — JU. $-9420 “ok no answer, somery fad sixmal). Dali tsi Heish aes 
JU. 9+ rd 3 ywine eighta, ra 


Ope co hand <4 ry . 
Bids ata les ots at Sent FOGGY BOTTOM Oe Brey 7m, Feu sreet nai] 4518 ALBEMARLE ST, | soncct amps: meets sgiy | 90M | ae tee Drive lott Yk. to Sou, Me Nice Gear rami” 
existing success! group p— RESS REALTY CORP Colonial: "lores Diving tm. eer BUYS as Sen sae Esc 

r & 


operators 
. ae | FREDERICK W. BERENS 
«Bea on — OPEN SUN.. 2-6 “et TERRAC Eater Hoi clogs Kitchen, Built by IN SOUTHEAST CHEVY CHASE | gage 4 WU. 7.7700 | WadecTeminde Hills BA. 8.x aityt 
Larchmont ealty, Inc. = and 3-bed : 16 2° bs U oS ORuEY — PIN I ON 4 Derussey Pkwy. 5-bedroom Retis. Ay. Nr everything veer wersee, 
BR cantor) zeae st uw. | Billa mi See “coco er ) esFRb AT Red BUMBLE Ns | Si aioreah leigh Bp sicsim omen gui and_ opie) veer Ou vb 
7 | 919 27TH J. NW. "iors 1937 LINCOLN RD. NE. OPEN DAILY my Ptsage” 2 berms. $10,750.) fome and at this price ix & sensa-| Eat > ee ets ke Beautiful “Sbedrm. brick famblers 
Ley ap An a 410 21ST ST. NW, 3, $395 down! 6 lovely rooms and D. wh GRUVER Wil ; Open from 2 to din. rm. crand, new & ik a, kit, tull bame.s 
TT. EE OUR WN T TRI- pes: Sonory pesos | "prick: k lares NA. 8-1737 OL. ‘ ) ; ser 
in ED - | Dedrooms. full base a- Sreeade o-0068. MERRYFIELD & WOODS | ie BARTON RFALTY Co. | baths. $1 


i : it 
_| Gonal buy ; : ¥. rm, din. rm., ] 
Bi. et. 2 bedrms.. $11,500 BM 2.2216 expandable attic: eened side porch; nice lot 
OUSBES! 5 
meta! orm New home. | RE. 17-2645; weekends. JU. 9-2068. | 


RESTOR 
With all the latest gadgets. fire-. 11.99 doar top. look a listen. 
oor, a winds con ™M $127. T i i 
bette: Patios, de luge Rianne 3) s wi. off 16th: + ey rec. rm. af, AT eS Y ce ‘iy . ir. ae! Com New “amp. ave st.) for anpets nit me Oe A gg Mg Bagh gg eR ny 
‘terms ar- ones, Dt. AeaS. eves - sly ' irs. itv. rms ‘oft dining ripe. 
AP and e nice 


n bat One has 
nt aad ce ntral ; | porch: 6a 


sa Pag ie “Por in| 1-803 or BL 7-18i8 rHiag Meme” AF) SEY Soca vest 0 ee oy be oe ed HEY! THIS IS FOR YOU! apes 
Col. .—1728 P Pp ST. ; _ NW. ay ~O z MAG  - | 520 Foxhall Be off we 
screened concrete porc B. t ce ric 
COLORED, NORTHWEST Yecent wy | ike “rent NA. &-| and garage. By owner, TA. 92056 sees myer Dr Drive. SE. 3 ous 85 BUILT ONLY 7 LEFT sages en es aid: $f ans y" sea 


py ooo Vs “ 20th 8t. NW. . 
ForT DavIS, "| SAOH DN. > APTS __ | VERY NEAT COLONIAL | 415, wienuiew zerrace, 8 cat : sth tree 


w 

Call Greenwood 

asia. Li dt a prope ee | ly R ed | In. excellent condition. 5000 bloc , : ‘HOUSES FULLY c¢ APLETED. MOVE IN TOt wre 

~~ wit | Bee. et bedrooms. Mille “Bata: Completely Redecorat inols ave. nw. 20-ft. Coloniel| Charming Colonial, 18 vor abe A dedrms.. $16.50. | 

Mary Wastrington; full sement. h.-w. h. Con-| Vacant. Bere. bi, mt on ie = ne tapestry brick. 2 complete kits. & ; we pec fi un.) 

with 4 yesiens to everythin A good buy.| 6-rm. brick 4 Garage Concrete front) Pe ons an th IN ROBINDALE Make popeintment wv with ™, ea 

> ee eee = sae, Feception F hall ful ees | ee Beautiful Bace gard. Ate. basement wi mw entrance;| 6311 st. leasant. = thls en ~~ “ 

fat anal a Prien, Aone! SOUTHEAST REALTY CO. condition. Payments less master eat e wit ty co, automatic aot hea luminum Cash $10 aries 8 1 20. Gt a 7 ods hens’ Eeasinntns vere Uae 
arranged. GEORGETOWN AREA Call bat, . | ef 9.6800 priced. Bee MS ors. Bargain FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY ge, sule, washer 


+ oe Foti Seal Write , ae 
enor Goolrick and| RurleithBriek. 3-becroom pomeii| FRE . SMITH CO. 076. 18 T St. Vacant. $13.500 Ing ‘pool, Wallto-wall carpets 
anklin. Attorneve at| Now available up to $17. "500. <.... eh if for information or UNUSUAL 41% % CONVENTIONAL FINANCING ¥ "other nice Bing 


equipped. sraeeee © gardens. es. | ; DETACHED BRI K vil ntmen 
ri aan | 4b. pe r 0 KOLE B CO. | OL. HARN BE: Siig AN g POY ring 4720 SOUTHERN ae a REAL ESTATE : STILL AVAILABLE isesiad: tailigie’ ie, wai 
) TENT IO | | Very desirable 3-bedroom brick TERTAIN NING? —_ m , . 

OO ets ee 22 2 pie DON’T DELAY—SEE THESE PYLES REALTY CO., Inc 


—~Funds to refinance 2-21 
y for impryts.. raise GEORGETOS ay SETS Tw gaterete, apartment: din .each. and Efvchen on on ave ae 
~—— RS SAD. |e oe “ail hoe tae DETACHED—$15,000 | 23° oft a oearoom ent with ny aa i” Greek Park HOUSES NOW! aie hg 
oth He SiR tats cetenat | Weta tae: Bets | pea a3 aes Why Don't You Look 
dainivratint *Wot'ets | OUTSTANDING VALUE Gpomgecels sent we ue | ne Sones 
TORY 


oe mo it for § dow 


B 
*Befrtliee ds; | 5156 SO. DAKOTA AVE. NE ees) ia ie he ee REE | tora baie cE, $15,150. 


Fe _ cg pm Tae poate ; it bdrms. $17,500 TO $17,950. Will rent” with 

NR gts mew | 2 r (tian cee : eed, yreogeee 30-YEAR GI LOAN TO APPROVED VETS a Se aibis 50 2 
dining ay a om, — 3 —J3 BA ‘ 4 t. A r. st-floor powder room. pring “ 
sind Sa ates hie etc] "ONLY $750 DN. ga? ae eat —gun— ROBINDALE IS CONVENIENT TO EVERYTHING Ee crete foe | 


ftp chelor : 
elusi tid he ITH Out-of-town owner ; ° » 
: ._ SUE east SFT ACHE! ate sha 2 t ne g* ‘ Wheaton intersection (Vie Daily and Sun., 10 A. M. “Til 


leit to Wheeton City entrance. turn ri at Dark 
pind ira See gS. block and turn left on Adrian. Follow 30-Year No Ds swe Payment 
m. il Dark Low Down Payment 
Open Every Day from 10 a.m. unti ay om 


NS: 
IN CONSTRUCTION CO. Det 
wa RQRIN CONSTRUCTION CO... | FRinrMaaee | 
| ; ae, 


“THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERALD) 
Saturday, May 26, 1956 


S42 


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382,000 
Daily 
Circulation 


means quicker sales results 
for Washington Post and 
Times Herald classified ad- 
vertisers. To place your ad 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


Ls Rose 

rs eiering of oe | 

ent home. perfect | 
out. Large living | 


rake 
diffe 


Chevy Chase Rambler 
423:980,°5" Sealy’ larae, be bed 
s 


AMBLE 
3 baths. den today’s kitch- 
Tt, separate dining room, 26-ft 
large recreation room 


ne 
sony extras ‘included Owner mo 
town priced af $24 950 
Call WO. 6-2300 
JONES & 
ASE 
5 ava _ 
Charming 3-bed 
vty _™ kK end siate Colonia) 
ition, “s ee, trom 
Ciub 
: eeteahen” — 
reoh and full base- 
REALTY. OL. 2- 


ne 
| WooD- | 

; 9-5555 

9 TO 9. Realtors 
GLEN ECHO HEIGHTS —2-vr.-old 
Srieck rambler; 3 bedrms.. den. full 
ment; wooded jot. Under $20.- 

. OL. 4-173 
BAMROND WOOD—Goodman— de- 
stened. . 


820. 500 


EN INGTON. $14 750 
4-BEDROOM CAPE COD 
Attractive fenced wooded lot. con- 
venient to shopping and transport: 
tation Living room has firep ace 
Parete dining room 

th. nitehen 
b yo Oo! 


ean 


‘psn or h 

5-4900 a r 

— “ke HARRISON. ‘INC ; 
Man a HOMEWOOD ” | 
. mn. wee ime ; : 
2 rust 3 

tary sc hool and * 
Tr oh 

vei 


ery! sed 


Hildret 
shia ted fot 


‘ j 
$18.500 Cali LO. 5 any time 
— & HARRIBON REAL- 
ry — By ‘owner ' ZB 


| INCLUDING | TAXES AND INSUR- 
o 


pieted. brick 

24. baths. liv -din , 

et b “mt 
lot 


garace 
Mid-twen- 
4-f 56 
8 a3 730. Brick. 3 bed- 
’ 


rms 

dish washer. 
enced i¢vel 
schoo! on 
INC... -7 800 


Roc b CREEK FOREST 7 bed- 
rooms, va ly fauteped rambier near 
MCJ . h 5” a’ d the 

firep ace 


disposal, 
ya: 


dE 


“as ome nt 
e ppra ry $2: 
Washine on Av JU. 


Attract! we LA. nbrook 
bec } fo 


brick ram- 
Saemberant 
NCER REALTO 
ae ROCKVILLE 
BY OWNER—$ | 1,950 | 


3-bedrm Cap Cod Desirable, 
Twinbrook ec. “od bedrm. desiened 


pia 
upancy VA 
4 No agen 


KVILLE 
THIS IS NO DREAM 


5- year- old Cave Cod on pretty iot 
big fenced yard ‘4 bedrooms 
baih on each 
arte closets anc 
bie dint ne beinee 
in 


—htt_mo, By owner 
ROC 


2 down}. full 
fireplace 


ulated, economical to hea Ms 
Siete! y set aoe vw sale at “the pace 

setting Weslev B . 
sley Buchanan, Inc. 


ees ea Piers Mail 


—27 OS Pivers Mill 
2-bath. all-brick: 
ag poy "Tek “Best offer under 
$19.000 BROUSSARD AGENCY 
' Si; eves. JU. 9-2157 
Goine cverseas. 


must 


arate dining ‘Tm.. 
Hy = dishwasher and disposal. Beau- 


lf no answer, | 

mi rans. 

. Bamts 
$i4.- 


Sg -rm, brk nol 
r peren. Sb itt 
ros. . B-7 
Aiteee SPRING 
HULLS: 3-bedrm eglonial. 


¥| 
Y| 
| 


with Srepl. 
m™m.. ® 
Deeutiful level lot 
2-7800 ‘ti 
SILVER ~ SPRING 
Lovely brick Cape Cod with 2 bed- 
and den on ist floor 
ree bedrooms. Walk- | 
n distance to schools. Price 619.-, 


MONTGOMER 


a full * bath. om Rg 

} of this attractive 3 snedroe m. 

- ‘A home: large lot with tree s | 
ne 


a distance to pa a ls and | 
tr trtation. Price for quick! 


D & BAIR, Realtors 


- 


sell; tota il 
at ae ‘FOR WARD.” oe 


[inert Be 
ju! 
Mis.ibmtines 
Mover, wooded | | 
ne distance to age 


ining 
ity 


: * elec 
Gr ‘appraised | 


| ton 


reception hall, 
marble, ied fire piace: ‘sd 
canter colonial fas oe 


Sreakieet area “hat " worde 


SiLVE 
$101. 


fae 


SILVER SPRING 
BRICK RAMBLER 


$13,950 


| M- 115 “Just nae J picture: Recrea- 
rm,. tiled floor wae, beautiful 
secluded rear porch. apecioy) 
Pasrogens. per, ower Ave. 
HARRIS. 
WEREDERICK W. BERENS | - 


SALES, INC. NA. 8-5000 | 
SPRINGBROOK FOREST | 
STONE MANSION 


bedrooms. 3 bathe 


sa 
love 


over size 2 car 
nm Situated on 


ction_ is ured 

Go. BI. 7-630. 
59950 

NEAR AEC 


Just 2 bdiocks off Rt 
repens peetien up 


M-138-8 
240 in 


with full” bent. a 17 
qece condition: only eres 
ARRIS. NA. FREDERICK W. BERENS 
FREDERICK W. BERENS |—SALES, INC. NA. 8-5000 
SALES, INC. NA. 8-5000 | THE VIEW 


Prom ¢t I 
Pivedrms.. 2. Bath split loys) yt vith center- i x 
. se fine el in 


a a 


| Three bedrooms, all electric kitch- 


L 3240 ves 2- es 

WOOD MOOR—T-bedrm brick | te | 

> ced at on! 5.760, three 
tz . un 3 a 


fenced Ww 


Priced tor immed 
e J 


‘NR. SLIGO Golf Course. off Forest | 
ve 


tone. CW. 


4 §29.9 
4. 
STEPHENS "KNOLLS 


y¥ with 
usied breeze way "ae i tae 
“lawn, fenced. 
Robert Gray & Co 
5-4100 


916 En! sworth Dr. 


| guar 
PICTUR ESNUE igh eye 


Imagine! 76-ft d su 
ingly ane arikingiy at erent; 
i casury af ae rs equ! 


thy 


en. livine roo. . 
fireplace 
Front pore ‘ lot Price $i4.- 


OH SO BEAUTIFUL 


end convenient. Near park area. | 
All brick three bedroom ho ¢ in 
established area Extras include | 
rec oe wit na is = | 
puse screened ore 

aut fully landscaped lot 


nd $0. 
JAMES C. see eS r0 nite ak 
9625 Ga. Ave. JU. 9-4134 | 


; air- conditioning. 
ST. JOHNS PARISH— ile new 3-| Pane w oy 
bedrm rambler O15 own. Onis 


RANEROB TAPES Bani sine he i 


(10) 
eal closets 
+4 Garrett Park aious bet 


rugted | jenni this’ 6- month- old rambler 
Soaeene | ete sacrifice at $38,500. Call 
*; HARRISON, INC. 


RAMBLER CLOSE IN 


Silver Spring—Screened Porch 
_twin-size bedrooms. 


stan 


erm 
huge davtignt 
7) * alee ae ‘ete “Tite en 
ime deep freese. washer and 
ryer. <8) cork floors. 
filing. 
seal 


m 
: picture _rin- ; In bevel 
one; can 


COrLUAR “BROTHERS | 
c NIVE pRarty 1 La [ANE KHEA—Modern 


and says 


GR/ & €0., JU. 5-6010 
OFF EAST West HIGHWAY 


"SOUTHEAST REALTY ¢ co. 


~ FORESTVILLE 
BRICK RAMBLER * 
3 Bedrms., maa Gl 


Hania. NA 
Guickt BERENS 
SALES, INC., NA. 8-5000 


) HIL Fy 5 


™. 123. 


| 


sal, A real nice 


“SAM ROSEY, AD. 4-2700 
Gl Approved, $15,750 | 


oom Cape Cod, nies dining | 
Our ve ry 


dishwasher 


8.1581. 
>» 


5 ILLAGE—2 bedrms 
with neat yd. and swings: cony 
ope schools. bus; 1 owner LO 


5-. 
‘ TERS Mit TLL Vil LAGE— Completely 
rm bur galow 9 
Ca) emhotaimnens. 

Move right ORawa M & CO. JU, 5-6010_ 


$74 MO.-Gl | 


Including Taxes and Insurance | 
M-130. Beautiful Homewoct. Only 
a — to park a 
oe t* &c is 
bee at door. Lovely 3-bedrm. : 
home on large lot. with huge kit.. | 
<1800 3 m. 2 P 


LARGE 3 BEDROOM 


~New Rambler | 
$14.950—$1000 DOWN 
$104.43 MONTH 
OR GI, 00 DOWN, $96 MO. 


laundry on Ist floor 

many more features. Call 

MR N. LO. 5-2196 
FREDERICK W. BERENS 
SALES. INC. NA. 8-5000 


tAMBLER—Charming bri ck home: | 
dining “'L”, kitchen } 


stcrage attic. 
Many. 


basemént 
pan. Priced $14. ree. Woop 
11158 Georgia Ave , 7200 | 
NCE. Beautiful home. built till 9-390. 
eine ie itaits Beandant mes|eeee APPROvTD at $20, we) 
m 


Living rm., 12x17: abunda ma- ‘ te 
plewood cabinets in mod ae ait inviting br k Corner home 
rms 


with sii 
Py osets: concrete rear are in- 
ished wen : wr Walking dis- 
tance to school aad 


HUMPHRIES _ 


Ave. Rea A. 8- 


door 


j ches 
‘RIPLEY & ROMER, JU. 5- Sint, 


NEAT AND PRETTY — 


Bi ly 4-bedrm. Ca n es 
house condition. Pretty corner lot 
1 b ont fine Silver Spring 


aaem 
Se si4 
; GEOR . BAUSERMAN 


> Mass 


nt 2- 
good neighborhood. 
living room. huge 


ms WOOD | 
4. 


room home 
., sunny 


Price. $12.500 
31) 38 Megan Ave. 


“WOOD ACRES | 


TT 
\ 


PREVIEW 
one ye laa 


. ar PANOR alte as ROOMS 
GE oven 25- -yea 


Wood Ac ree Constr. 


YE- LEVEL, OVENS 
AND EATING SPACE 


A 
moO PROM LOTS 


OPPICE OPEN 


R o1 
WCODMOOR — 3-bedrm. mbler 
Fi : Ra. baths. nice 
nal. N. Voilk- 
Like new: 3- bedrm 
many extras sa 
availiable: $19 $00 


Fape Co a: in Facelieat | 


Gt 


WOODMOOR 

or) ck rambler 
45. (Rb SUBURBAN BUSLINES 
8CH 


SUBURBAN PROESR TIES ! 
11212 rane? Bh . Mad.) 


4 BEDROOMS. 


1 Acre—$13,950—2 BATHS 
| M-139-B. 875 mo. to vet. includ-| 
ne taxes and insurance. buys this} 
me, on one of; 


4s CH 
| Rites 8 3-1800 till 


“NEW SPLIT LEVEL 
134 ACRES 


large bedrooms. 3 


it m u- 
ew lar e trees. | 


spo’ 
rches, ' 
all MR. GORDON 


MO ESEDERICK W. BERENS 
SALES, INC. NA. 8-5000 


future parkway 
be conscious of this 


GRAHAM | & CO. 
ater F 
Ce RS Spode 
ig y 
4-4000 ~ 
OPEN SUNDAY 2 
ER 


NDREW'S. BOULING. FU 
$9500 VA 
is nice clean Cod. | 


ape 
elaire ay to eee die i 


a oh 
403 Mor- 
McAllister. 
Tt baths. 
— ne with a** at "ive play | 
$15.9 nG 


eter | 

” peaitors. U 
AREA—-2 
somesiers & 3 Cal pe Coes with 
ements. ire es. seDa-| 
‘nine reams replaces walls, | 
» ene extras in| 


oo]. Open 
Mornineside. 

NELLY & SON §-5660. _ 
WO. 6-2362) 


“LEE DON 
NA. &-3316 Eves 
Gien Rd. Lo a & sons, 
with a real 15’ 


; priced in lower 2 
aX epener, JU. 53-7100; 


n- 
really laree 
'. 


& R , 
nf Sap i, ea ; 


a 
split-level 
-width 
in. living 
pave. hi “besiti 


and 2 baths. Minty eau ‘ 
and erivewer... ‘ lowe 


GRAHA 
k ECRLY )MEBIC 


| etiot Fnancing 
| QXON H ap 
0 - 2-bedroom 
brick; expandibie attic 
ment. 25 and 627 6ist 
= i. 4- 2: 
bricx, 
equi 
Te. clean! 
mo. HAMPTON 
"80" WA. 7-2400. 


Sean t.. ihe’ beni 


mn 
a 


Q 
$300 
“gr 2 only é woe + 
seair tall 


4 ' 
a for year 
y ER tu 


“SPACE” 


Basement—Dining Rm. 
$15,30 


iat ; 
| Owner transferred. AP 


LINTON 
$8,950 


on % 
' f ©, detac 
130 Hyse eormer fenced lot. 
ith reauti : a. and sarene: | 
pag $500 dow $94 mdo.. on 
larse ranch pains i 
commuagity: 


Sit v ms 
best family | Pest be REALTORS | 
Chevy : 6-8060 
pore, 


wit casa. “dishwasher. gar- 
bage disposal. refri« 
See 


ig. a * e. 
ony ne ay. Mn. 


DON, 
FREDERICK W. caine’ 
SALES, 5d u...! 8-5000 


$700 DOW, ses $85 MO. 


oougens 2- 
bag 2h 


Colonial: 134 bath 
w and dryer 
2 Quade st. 


east i 
Hog ey 


| Brick rambler 
rm 


| FR 


Eves. JU. .5-3637' A 
K L 


$19 | oul 
PHA. pine | 


Rors--sy. owner: 
immac lumn. 
. ‘ns a a. gad ‘are . pine-pane) ee 


iacee eet, 


enced ig Mi: S09 
HYATTSVILLE 
$11,500, GI, $69 Mo. 


3 bedrooms, 2 
ping & and poe Call MR. HAR- 


FREDERICK W. BERENS 
SALES, INC. NA. 8-5000 


HYATTSVILLE 


prtestians mene 5 went. here 
s . home 
a eR 
mod. iit. 


2 | Seon tee 


a now 
spection. 


Crisp—Clean—and New | 


bedrm Br possess Pt Ry 
s 
ler in College Parc Pu 
Dp 


sep at 
tote with oe 


choice of 
THE PERRY BOSWELL CO. 


Realtors 


ecora- 


Lee. pine- 

with fireplace. G 
arbage iceatl 
oe et barely | on 


lige. 48 


i, cm 4- 


dishwasher and 


rms t 
select fr rad 
. i 


Fireplace. u mt.. 
windows and doors, disposat, dish- 
master. washing machine. Lae 
closed pore JOHN A. 

AP 7-0900 ti) , 

Th 
] red 
tn % 


tet. | 


ice 


A—Lovely 
> on extra-size level 
— ti ol, "aint 
fae r r ne « 

Kit. tile 8 
= er 
other oetene. 


Ow: 
Fok $13. 980, 2" terms, 


AS Gl or anyoné can assume 
T AS F. ALLEY. 
EWIs —6-rm 
side pereenee porch: 
cepti tionally nice 
peaatiryl © club bsm 


Gl, ernoons a i 
tion convent one 
er} z WINSTON 


3 down at 
Set, . Cape Cod, fireplace. 
full Dsmt.. oauin, kit.. auto. washer. 
erver. oer at Hh it lot. 


‘ly $10.950 for 


E 

compass - 
ip ho 

bsmt.. puilt- in care c. 

Ideal for retired couple. C 

_REAL ESTATR. RB 2 


* | WEST LANHAM HILLS 


$38 buys this at tgec. 
bums alow: nicely located on 


Se 
may purchase with o 
dn. and payments less than rent. 


CRAMPED FOR SPACE 


beauty anh solve our 
c r ; 


oa ecavegrene’ — 


o 
fo "het PP suick | i sia, been" 
UNIVERSITY PARK 


brick rambler 


. Le 
avprove ‘ 
tional n’ 
one 


Adelphi- Langley-Area 
Contempory - style 3-bedroom 
brick rambler with massiyg wal! 
fireplace partially 
giassed-walled lower 
choice location, auiet de 
street in rustie setting; 
$16.500 on easy. terms 


The Perry Boswell Co. 


7-4500 Realtors. 
— ’ Tt 
kwy.) 3 bedrm 
LER = rec 
tch clw 1 
v 


chen 
sposal e 


Comat 


rot on electricity” 


t miss secing this 


is 

level; 
~end 
only 


and 
a Price | 


~| and sleeping porch, 
m move in at 


‘oe aid TY 


BRICK vay le! 


Only own aenventt 

ioe tg ait basement: 3 biks. Saft 
Mariboro Pik ke near Cora 
Shopping Center 


Suburban Realty Co. 


: expan. “— ic: 
oll h.- side rch: 
cor tot: ; bargain selena at ne 500: 
Siaee 


HUGHES CO he 


as 
Seon PRCIAL é 2 
sep. 


m.. 
|. equipped » kit. 


ns BE 


own 
room 


Fay | Wail "brick. sod, Frame:| op 


eich ees cabine any 2B 


Fe: 
Harr 


blocks shov- 


brick rambler: | 


¢e 


home exc 


acre ad). 


$9500. 


| 


24.| 


6 


ed 


) 


* : 


tere sagen. 
suto. | 


to every. 
NEAR D. x; — Three bed ~ prick. 


bamt. 
concrete’ B porch, 


Me 


cel. 


Pal 
modernistic +R 
rec. oe thse, equip. kit.. swim- 
mine yoel. barbec 
pave. Only $14.7 

seen from 
tions. PRINC 


built country -style 
only Ww. 


For 2% Dn.—GI Loans 
|SEE BUCKNELL MANOR |: 


br 
co 


preture ree: 


cn ek. un he 
gt 


% 


hor tence! ! 
lst. pl. 


anch 
with 


ie 


"pe 


L LIVI 


ne. 


> 

., terms. 
roa eh for direc- 
7 E GES PROP- 


OVER -ACRE LOT 
Handsome new 


with 


ots 
6 gpnr. 


8 
reproof. 
garace. 
lee 
Can't 


Ro cottage ask! co. pri 
= Bays a ee 
separ 


3,825. ais 
} 


THIS RAMSLER Ty OXON HILL 


Well 


finest qaualit 
yn sain — 
down 


design 
throughout 
with 


spacious | 
mac. 


rage. rec. rm.: 
materi and latest 


Sasa | 


ces. 20 m 
For 


in, from 


sale 


All the privacy and pleasures of 


the country. 


. 17-8837 


rl $ dn 
vets; de luxe Hollywood- style bric 
er: bedrm 


Pays 


lee bed 

tra 
and also 
Attached 
nacing 


full maserraat masonry dow 


dining ell. 


Seaets 
berry t.. 
am area) 
AS F H 
&300 


- 
i* 


lge ur ; 


ay & - A. min. 


“her 


in full, 
rage. Excellen 
omes 


ut 
eee frame construction, 
i: ths, spacious 
firepl.. 


srade Colles 
aetion sale ‘at $12,950: 3 — mo 
every 


RICK 


tanh R 


n 
selec ce in 


-1eve. 


4-ACRE W DED LOT 
Beautiia! all-brick home with plas- 
ter = — Rye my bath. 


liv 
daylicht bart 
lient 5% 


ram 


from 


fu 
ed for 
= GHEE 


ABLER | 


3 


rm. hg 


fi- 


Halley. Lan- 


ers. 
OwN.- 


3 bedrms - 
AE. 5 fin 


heat. 


ed Wood- 

noo yy (Lan- 
hes 817.500. wy 

ALLEY, REALTO 


n a 
‘ level 
or f god. 


GRORGRS a pommt.. " 


; 
$69.28 pe 


ooms, 
es. Bs iy 
atts 


‘| GI—$17,250 


‘od. beautiful 


mandsonped 


"HILL “R 


boat 


plus 


= yr bedr 
bem remting fee 


with 
family-siz 


” €o. 


fully eauip 


neome. +, ate food 
Hiss 2 nd 


Bue 
yard com- 
uminum | 
eened All 
. ~y PRINCE 


NA. 7- 


i 00 dn.'| 
mo., buys this sturdily 


pat brick rambler. Feature 


& ise. perk and playeround: : 
oniy 1 bileck. 


Call George 


FINCHAM "& CO. 


scataway. 


Cc 


6-room 


Bos well 


PA My 
$0250 ULL PRICE. Idea | ‘Tor ¢ email 


U 
romper. 


fe month all. Oe 
ughes 


—y § new cus- 


rooms. 
cement 
700 dow 


WA 


y pis 950. John 
7-0445. 9 


—Br 
daylight basement 
large 
ngage 


de 
Tv! 


WHAT 


can 
as 3 


fen 


$650 a 


get for 


you $12.350 
aior m f sell his ge 


0? 


eee. in 


r 
. with tile fl and 
enced 


o Ve 


pymt. to non-vet. 


You need a 
¥. rm. din. 
acrn. rch, 
Me TAY 
$12. 50. 


hom 


e 
nr erome’s 

schoo : Under $13,000, 
rm.. kit., 


in Wy 
chu 


YOU 


Interested 
t . m 


in fruit 


trees. 


ie 


HAVE 


u been looking for a real r 
everything: 


ioe. if so 


ae. 3- “poesia &Set 


any: bocat: 


cor 1% > 
:(% enjoy, 


. fron 
see this for on 


thi 
Pp 


once. 


ipo 
wit 10- 
t. smal) 


aI 


: gas 
: \ 
ae —_— 
re 
Is : i 
an 


d 
| Vacant 


nly. 


90x200 


custom built. 


on. otth 
with 


front . porch. 
tile batt 


brk 
fice for 
wife dy 


you 
r 
t. 

k 


‘ox 306 


; “remidet, 3 1 Buckne 


3 | Howard, OV. 


Fe ® few min 
swim 
s entery 


$230 DN.-GI 
vines $60 MO. 


and 


and 


en. | 
bis G 


| eee brk.. bed . full 


aL tiggeg 
ves, : 3 bedrms.. 


entrance " hnchor=| enced vard: ex 
v: tran 
‘ opping: 


frame 
e 


side 
c 


ay condition ; 
oan pd for 
pecupancy 


$285 DN.—GI 
$14, 196, $85 MO. 


2 dathes. 


30- or 
immediate 


rm., a t = 
bedrms. 


bod ‘sd 


aA—Ie r 


rm. 
rooms. 
equi kiten- 
 papare dining 
af basement with 
0 room. 
k and frame duplex. 


"aa aby 
ih 

en 

room: 


nished 
Bric 


| HUNTINGTON SUBDIVISION 


$200 DN.—GI 
$9950—$65 MO. 


onas, WILL 


SER Mais 
fig AAMAS EF 


comers! 
Belle 
” ieft i} 
ete = to 15th 


stl 
bea CA RON, REALTOR 


ALEXANDRIA 
$15,000 


bedroom ; 
ex with full basement and 
enced yard 


JEFFERSON MANOR 
fenced gees arden ‘i 
ready 


street. Wes neighbor ood. 
Romye Lamborn, Realtor 


USIVE SENT 
4-8035 


~~ ALEXANDRIA sbuBURBAN 
34 ACRE SYLVAN RETREAT 


3-Bedroom Rambler—$15,950 | 


a et 


wae? a — ground in 
back 


$200 DN.—GI 
$9950—$65 MO. 


A very fine all-brick semi- | 
detached home with aicely 
fenced rear yard and plenty 
ose: Price eee 

recreation rm 

s. to shoppins 


e is 
landscaped P clot with’ tote CALL SO. 5-9104 
. weekdays 9-5; Sat. 9-12 
R SO. 5-5542 


Sat. dp. m. Sun. eves. 

a ho. Wings Hey Alex om 
MULTIP SR TING REALTORS 
ALEXANDRIA 
BEVERLY HILLS 
OPEN SUNDAY 1-6 


ret offering of this distinctive 
| Colonial om levely landscaped cor- 
spacious liv 
paneled den 

». equipped 


at the Vir- 


¢ of 
Bethe WwW, ‘BERENS 
SALES, INC., JA. 5-2620 _ 


ALEXANDRIA 
Unusually jovety 18th 
house in ition acu 
ntique woodwork, spacious vem 
ee rawing din 
neled kitchen. Tkrers plus 4 
rms 3 baths Cal 
3-0267. 


SIMMONS PROPERTIES 
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS DE. 24730 


" _ 


Bua 


is 


ALEXANDRIA 


SCHOOL IS 
ABOUT OVER 


Until next Pall 


Can 
to 815 Ore 


R. HOOF, INC 
a Y0S.. TE. 6-757} 


ALEXANDRIA VICINITY 


LIKE TREES? 
“This Is It” 


e 
bed lax and start living in 
| ey F | and unique commun! 
| ne t. Vernon. This 
—@ fair one 
appraisal of $22 tractive brick 


ome is located ‘on 
Realty 


a large wooded lot, featuring cen- 
ter-hall entrance. spacious liv ing 

KI, 9- eee 
ALEXANDRIA 


Huge Shade "Trees! 


Shelter this 4-bedroo Colonial | 
home on a 200-ft — lot with! 
entrance walk border hy ros ) 
bushes In full bloom: 1 bik. from 
Commonwealth ave. Huge porch. 


— 


sive. 


AS. 


Soa 


But this brick 


this 

. 
the G 

| Hicks 


J 


on _ floor. 


enjoy the natural Sant y? 


The M. H. BARRY Org. | 

2206 “> Vernon Ave. Alex.. Va. 

Ki. 9%- I. 9-0078 

ay O14 Reliable Office’ 

| Eves.. Mi. Spigelmyer, 80. 5-5546 
ANNANDALE 


SALE or RENT 


3-BEDRM. BRICK RAMBLES 
With aths basemen 


| ! 


| 2007 Mt. Vernon are 


7 KI. 8-3106 
A 
COLONIAL BRICK 


$11,950 


Gi—$600 DN.—$83 MO 


5 


"terelad on 
d Sale 


at 
$150 
LO PAILABLE faMEDIATELY 
Miller Real Estate 


y ed 


ALTY | 


Fr ROS & Comfort 


_ equipped 


fncluding taxes s and thsurance: 

} home in very 

ate ot y community: full emt. 
1 block 


eA HUMPHRIES 
2 MASS. ANF. REALTORS 


A 


JA. 7-1203 . ___ PA, 53-2444 


ANNANDALE 


SOMETHING 


TO CROW | 
ABOUT 


RAMBLE R— BASE- | 
MAIN FLOOR! 
bY 


ALEXANDRIA 


| 
ROSECREST | 


RIVEWA : 
TY UTILITIES AND CURBS’ 

SERVICE AT DOOR! 
SCHOOL 1'; BLOCKS 


.GRAD 
GI OR FHA—-$19,500 


OPEN TODAY 


Directions From Shirley Mem 
Hwy. to Lincelnia clover) leaf, 
236 


You nd our family can ve | 
mighty eomfortable in this attrac- 
tive 3- ac home. | 
. on 
pooutitull ot. is 
kitchen, 
with connecting bath 


_landsca 


"” 
at 


Pails Church-Annand ale 
approx. 3 miles to homes o1 


At INGTON REALTY 
| 8212 Wilson Bivd. JA. 7-9300 _ 
ARLINGTON 


GI APPROVED 


— ooprventens. economicel liv- 
is 


brick semidetached 
mie firep tae 4. 1300 
---® = 
de ey oO yy BROYHILL & SONS | 
"$750 DOWN 


hnon-veterans. Asbestos shingle 
alow in oer. Convenient 


co ul Erie! ate 


‘Into — ear The bs 

heat. outside | entranc 

only $10, “KI. & 
G! 


BEACON MANOR 


r 


ce s ; 
invited by appt 


he M. H. BARRY “a: 


2206 Mt. Vernon Ave.. Ae - 
KI 3630 


5 


ao ALEXANDRIA. Ansa 


BRADDOCK ACRES 


lers nearing com- 
location. cus- 


tile bath, ty 


aes 


= 


custom brick rambler: 
Gracious living, 


ARL.-——4-yr. 


about * — 


3 . 
26x20 papauet fits 
ar sea. shop.. 
am, restricted area. 
; o& .C )). ae pine EAS 


ARLINGTON 


Country Club Area 
> BATH RAMBLER 


Comanander eget 2 pat oe oot 

i rm 

-k level lot. eautifals * 
ped ec. 


this brick sem 
the largest corner 


aiding | nat OSSe8S10R 
so down. 

'M. T. BROYHILL & SONS) = 
new ait: 


lum, oft 
. tile fe’ beth. liv. Mirige bewis.¢ Attrac setive 3- 3 
ouse 


newly 
trees. ‘—- soeeaaline. airs . 


sob 
‘sown, perment, G97 § achine- 


ARLINGTON. NORTH 


SHIRLEY WOODS 


SMALL DOWN PAYMENT 


select netahner ood of 
Brick split 
mo: of 


$12. 8-1068. 
JEFFERSON ‘MANOR 
$9750 
Or reasonable offer on this vacant | 

brick me 
very convenient | ation: By Demi: 
4 1B. roan, 
or home. on 
Bei L REALTY co. 


KI. #1968 _ Realtors. 


Alexandria-—Oakcrest 
4-BEDROOMS—-2'2 BATHS 
Sacrament Parish 


ane Cod: sneer} com 
equiped nfteben 
sad eee 


eal Igeation eo yivine 
to ail fat Yon: earns a aha 4 


15. 
ba lige. 
te a. xin eating space, 

2% batha, 
sn oar “ 


26x! 
xi 1.6. 


CHATEL, JA. 8-7330 


us| Se 
ois 


: Country ‘Ragalty 


TE. 6-1415 


BIG BRICK 
COLONIAL 


] l% BATHS | 


BASEMENT 
fronvenieni 


ASSOC! ROKERS 


d 


* 


., 
ty 


by | 
FRED J. GEORGE, Realtor 


| Ont 


Just Reduced $550 


| 2150 N Giebe Rd. J 


D..» 
BY appt.| home 


ARLINGTON 


ad 


; aac 


v000) jock Out FOU: bivd vast 
ot a. N 


RLIN Ie) ON REALTY 


ARLINGTON 
SWIMMING POOL 
MEMBERSHIP 
FENCED 14 ACRE 


vacant, bedrm modern 
with fireplace. 
aaee- 


pen Weekend, 1] to 5 


6713 LITTLE FALLS RD. 


7-141, 
~ Fambler. 


mii : 

de tend street Assume 4°20 n 

’ .500 BY OWNER. By “*e- 
intment iL. 

—1 approved 

this ‘colonial ‘home ie in the nicest 

section of Arlington Close 


everything. Large living rm. with) 


dinina 


side screened pores 

0 Oniy 618.950. Term 

one & COUNTRY REALTY, 
14 

GTON FOREST 

fenced back yard 

$15.750 Terms 

ER. AD. 4-2644 


DROOMS © 
$16,875 GI 


all-brick Cape Cod 
i basement 
on quiet 
niy bioc 
WEL On ONLY 487 ; DOWN 
ELL & CO, INC 


EROWE 


ARLINGTON 


LORCOM LANE 


BRICK IVANHOE ° 


4 BORMS., 2 BATHS—-$24,500 


seen Vari 
Call JA. $-6200 


PREVIEWS 


QF SPACIOUS LIVING 


LIVING 
Is Jus 


ROOM— 14x28 


: ore of ’ 


sale 
offered. Call for appt. JA. 5-6200 


IT’S CHOICE | 


A migh nice presentation 
stvline *) th carport 


cathed: ral cel ling 
convertible 


"ter ms. Gil, too 


ut Sk "Sg300 


Bring Mother 


Along—Sep. Apartment 
PRICE—$18,950 
home in nearby Arlington 


Excel 


| or busline and just 1 Block to shop- 


ne center, consisting of liv. rm 
ep din rm ‘ : 

~~ = and pat 

a wonderful ap’ 

rm nette. eq! aipt ed Kit. 

Tm ana bath: plus a 2-car 


axe oe terms: GI 


COLONIAL REALTY CO. 
REALTORS §-4200 
AURORA a “bedroom 
baths. gam 

® everythi Ay "$13.5 
ot, ates 510 8 


“BEVERLEY HILLS 


OPEN, 2-6 


$19,500 
609 TENNESSEE AVE. 
Immaculate. cool. lovely Colonia! 
consisting of liv rm wit 
ui 


garace 


co airact con - 


2 


p 
"Jeth rd 


ennessce 


Ave., right to Open 


| HUBBARD REALTY CO. 


__ TE. 6- 2340. OV. 3-1946 


BEVERLY HILLS 


Split-level brick and clapboard } 
drmns den. ath se gen ion 
area in (a, MH, sun <q 
oof: lovely woodes ot 
} $22 


) Banc! dove ina 


amt rms 
fully equipped 
D rm 


Kit ating 
; carport 825 

c ia MANOR—A real buy 
Assume large GI loan A ca ei 
nis mr 3 nice sized bed 
i ~ large living rm. 
kitchen with eating 
ceptionally clean: cise 
thing iN & COUNTRY 
E. 6-1415 


McKinley : 


Coluribia Pines. 
Immediate Occupancy 


PRICED FROM 
$19,250 


* MENT, BALANCE pee tent 


Larchmont Realty, [nc. 
JE 3-1830, Ch. 6-3163, JE. 4-3908 


ee ED 


COUNTRY CLUB H 
- BREAMS 
DO COME TRUE! 


YOU CAN SEE IT Foot D Drive 


SE aS 
= 


bright 
ths. with 


-to- ~yr- yy! 
ho 


vide 
sual $ 


gu 
roses "poten 
“OPEN, 1 P.M. 
* Sogntry Chul te 
$208 block 


A NETON REALTY. 
DUNN LORING, $13,750 


Beautiful yd.: 2-bedrm. 
tached: cor. Oak & id ‘rs 
velopment From interest shewn 
t jast long but statements 
arent oomres en Financing & occ 
_pancy OM! or drive oute 


wach, “Gas spare 


‘Dunn katie Vienna Area 


TE 


bedrm 


OCKs | 


@ many features | 


| 


Brick veneer rambler sonee § _ 3 
rm din ». & 


618 Spring st 
ndon 


Herndon. Va. 
430 


FAIRFAX COUNTY 


Brick Early American Style 
¢ 


tifa! trees and “eats 


Ag Ns es 


GRACE A. K 


SECLUSION? 
YOUR OWN FOREST 
40 ACRES 
ON POTOMAC RIVER 


Above McLean, 
cistar c 
a dwonn 
1s. . 
F-{t fireplace. 
view trees a 
of private roa 
house A Shangeri- . 4 = $65.000. 
Less for less acreage 


roon 


rm 
river 
m le 


Lornare vou want seclusion = 2 
ocketlbook 


$16.800 
APT. IN COUNTRY 
Tf Jon have wi —~, you could move 
f ea to-kee apt. rignt to 
ie cou ntry more into this come 
Dp ze house on - 
re G ow na country lane in 7 iz 
Cc. Pa “4 


I - 
a 

ey 
iving ‘room: 
par ele 


a . 
both nh. k te hon with D Hot “Point tov 


aS 4 KEMPTON 
ee 5 ay 


_._th._§ §- -3268 
FALLS su Ww VA 


JO A 
VENreNon - are are of ime 
outid ; 


ith fireplace manee: 
bedroom 


roves 


terrace with garde 
> T A. site REDU 
A auic sale! 


ome a one 


rs eae outst WN yor his 


rar om , bn . s ‘went 
~ ay top f, ght. right fa bait. W 
* BINGTON REALTY. 
22)4 nel Bivd. JA. 7- 


Falls Church-Hillv 


4 BR., $15,750 


Ter m bric x. 2 bat! clos full ens 
Excellent Locat ;, 
JE. 3- 


FALLS CHURCH 
-Buyer Approved 


F inancing 
FOR “TOUR DUTY” MILITARY 
$1 wn 
$136 MO. PAYS ALL 


oR 
be 


so A A se 


Owner 


[one o7 ‘BEDE 


2007 Mt. Vernon Ave ALT 
FALLS HURCH 
HAVE YOU 
EVER SEEN 

Hawaiian Torches 


ountry Club Manor) iit. 3% 
STREAM 


today to this sparkling 


brick 


visit 
rambier 


enthusiastic 

No matter 

t it you'll see nothing but charm. | 

beauty and ficiency 

on a aweeping 

acaped 

everythine 

kitchen to the wee and -——— 
ch 


‘ ¥o 
phe cool summer breeses. 
Priced of only $18,250 with al 
R Brin avail able 

Edw ward R . Bri 9s, Realtor | 
A. 5-8402 
elpar_ and) 

General Motors Crateing ctre. Love 

ly 2-bedrm . alo oe j 
moll h- h. Por | 

4-4740 , appt 


wale 1. * nie 


sy 


yo iandacaped 


iine-| S, os gerachis co. 
GE | JB. 2-2314 Office Open 9 to 5 


‘ nb bits Ee iher 


ne ie tus eta mt 
seaving. iad ike to meet this week 


T ncchustiieil Realty, Inc. 
CL. 6-3163,_80, 59008, >1a0 


Living rm 
cining 7, 


OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 


10 


‘TIL DARK 


BEACON VILLAGE. 


READY FOR DECORATING 


Now nearing compietion and for 
schemes. 3 bedrooms, generous 
without finished knotty pine rec 
kitchen and built-in garage 
on hard surfaced road. 
ment. 

tt 


Directions: 1 mi 
right onto Belle View Riva 
Road and open sign on project. 


COME OR CALL 
south of Alexandria 


proportions, 


Lot size 
Full price §18.950. 


listing N 


immediate possession and colo? 


2 ftireplace@, with or 


Larece ore room. del 
105«125 ft city utiities 
$1000 pe P 


room 


on Mt. Vernon Bivéd.. turn’ 
h Bucknell Manor to Beacon Hil 
6. Gi. 


SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT 


fOR THE LARGE FAMILY 


4-bedrm. brick C 


pe Cod in India 


n Springs. Here is a wonderful. 
n+ < mtg ore for « nan -Cl with « laces family to obtain a 4-bedrm. 
Large G 


I loan already on th 
igs near aaa school and transporta to 
$1000 down plus settlement. 


entrance. Price $17,500. 
including PITI. List No. 196. 


¢ property. ‘® acre 
tation. ‘“. mf 


fill montnty 


TIMOTHY PARK 


3-BEDROOM BRICK RAMBLER 


Baseboard hot -water heat, 
room with fireplace 
jot. Priced $16,000, 


Oak floors 
subject to GI approval. List 


ultra modern. kitchen 


throughout 


, lerge i 
Well } 
No. bs 


HALEM HURST 


asbestos shingle. Large livin 
front. poreh. setting ” ® 
to schools 
o. 353. 


City 1 


u block 
$11,000 with $1500 down. 


List N 


Beautiful “% acre 


or Price 


EXCLUSIVE AGENT 


SALES, 


CURTIS E. MARTIN 
KI. 9-6700 


INC. 
129 8. Roya! &t. Alevandris, Va. 


Continued on Fellowin « Pace. 


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Continued on Followt« rae 


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rut ic _ HOMEMOFFICE | rs erat ary Glebe Re. | Y | “SEE US Seren 
room home ons ted ‘s pops shall “bath: ‘sat : Mins € , CHURCH yaa y Garciolt Hitls 
is Open’ 12 ‘til | hztmad mittee rs 
Dark 2334 Wilson Bivd. E COR JA. CORP at 
time to VIRGINIA’S BEST BUYS 
Peres w just | VALUE PACKED! MADISON MANOR 


‘conventionally or 
|SLEEPY HOLLOW 18, 150 Gil ee =< BEAT 
Ba aa et | em | es AR eh 


rooded 
ejtber 
ih” estate-lik a. OT st tie ’ ; 
0 fmmacuiate ition, soar rms. 2 ; ie conven vs m7 ri6. id Radio Bidg., Ari. JA. 7-8 
ranm = 


Mostes, .Somierane dit |  LURIA BROS. | t'lmgtec'tn' ude taest| «= INFLATION | greed" a ™iteSss™ Retsonghie| Lo nmesne St Pz. Sirk 


us now Gay ; at ample breakfast s 2 ac ts N CASH 
i fe a nd i "a aie eee “F750 DOM | Seal te ibaa f in Pee raTanat tr ee] Becciee: Praee en OE oes Calif. Cape Cod 
rea in fu wit © St. to Moore St. « an area of expenisve 
REAL aan Arta Realty, JE. 4-4900 | 0 & ful Setar ame | ONLY $15,750 ber ge. tor [hs bedrm.| for ' Moore St ing nore i scres of charm | Rote | BEDROOMS 
SLEEPY HOLLOW oad aa trus convention al At thin =| No. Arlington. Conv, joc, Liv. rm.. satus ees ) locat NO 
CULT, S16 400. Brick tmmaculat bri | Price this attractive home of. | firepl, (amily size din. rm. 9B. 2-3706 _ Walker & Dunlop |YEONAS REALTY 1, | 
wll zou! aa fabente “a b de fers vou an acts home, r ' ' _ Op : ball. family. 
Spats oe Sl [ue Sa GI approved. $19.9 y HOT! HOT! HOT! 980 W. Monroe, . JA. 5.2400 ‘By ison Bd areal a Fagg Bg =r ige. VERNON R 


a 2- 


stom built brick 
ent} rembdlers on | acre wooded lots. “50th Anniversary Year” LGE. PVT. SWIM POOL 4 pouse tp AM BRICKH. a ‘ 
RcTOn REALTY . fn private 5 res? Tea Yoke.) ee Seen ave. oo poe = Z-ath en win |S. WOO shennan Sterli Sone oes Co. or 15.0 so PT IMAGI NE 


wi : ’ “ . 7 | , bath, poreh ; 
ay on “Pets Yo i etd EL ia.8-19%8._ SHANNON & LUCHS CO. $16,950 Pa By aa | i ales, closet: plus | 2007 ast, vernon ave 
IN 


Ww IN _ Dd 
. slight bamt, $17,980. rm.| 3 BEDRMS.—2 BATHS xeepi — closets ves suy THe p Cod” OFF. Shee bath: he itis Fi bee ental "750 GI. $78 DOWN 4 Bedrms., 2% Baths 
REGRETFUL URS | Sie Site te eta] Sesement—Rec. Km. atte or Este BROYHILL CREST | iilng, tip Ped tnt a teme 7 rene ears | SE gab, ig & bah ae 
We pre moving fa Ly e. to ch m. ing in| fe pr ATE) JA. 17-1203 JA. 35-2444 Brick Rancher one a built im 155) rubbes aa ers rs ampte ara are huge + plus bedrms.. 2 baths oi en y ed porch teen a ee 
re Mis io 8, chsice sand down oo. a $i -| Sniex R and enjoy life ~ Broyhill Crest $16,500 substant mo amet ge for more bedrms. on 34 f.; en = 
Y SSentel’ acre of (land- H y TY GonPs . o- tte a? at pd cote $16, 950 ELECTRIC. KITCHEN 3-BEDROO ar er, se fy & Donnell! ' GI at $16,250 . M. Hailey, JE. 2-7944 
"gals tee eh viceen CER esa wi Pasi ae SLATE, Ppesmeay ‘i Ba yt iy hep 9 a SER SOT: EAR COUNTRY CLUB | Nottingham School Area ye VILLAGE 
» BL replace. ture NEW AND shops. ch r soho: bap t0 pe : excel ; ssaition ae a Wa fo ae | ; slo = ouse neat Ste oe Bp hy Pan ng tn Pour‘7 id; aualty bat Ok A | er i ‘pfeil cit Sd es 
DRAMATIC.) Parker. Cerne Seceall| Bestia Smet | Etta iatpe tants) th "at, Se Se es ough." "Aniay rm. and ul“ bathiu:| © 8 
sg CALL JA. 4-1300 assume present $12,300 GI trust. fr ge Bi, F| ; datas em. Veentifal ceale la BR . 0-280 5 ora 
BI-LEVEL DESIGN | M. T. BROYHILL & SONS! LGE. BRICK RAMBLER) °° . ned . @. schools | hoods. $e replace me po 
badly ome Vi he pest floor Eversthing a home should be | St nas sae manta ‘CLOSE-IN | 618 Sorin St. Herndon. Ya “e" | Thomas J. Fisher & Co A Pots 
~y months “before finding boriy. Offers So st as 4 rene sfooe POM PON lO 28-FT. LIVING RM. WITH Ca-| Hern 430 M eRe & MECAY, Inc. | JA. 52861, 9 "til 4 
, hs ao RB Aye wi ‘Bowag’ service bar’ to = “3 alized 1 v9 iupoes TILING 3 BEDaMSs. SENSATIONAL BUY | JA. 8-8675. Eves. PL. ‘9-25 —Ceetinwed ee tas eae n ose. 
: fit the lerge highs "elevation lot. er ONE- PRESENTS Gili "Phin e rAN AND DIRECT FROM BUILDER, Just, 
LI LE FEET pa tie TiakY. et oe re ke x3, eh 5 : “ve ste 50 On nae M ee 2 * ‘th brick, \ gambler . Ke Shy 
Can safely find onal way to the super Ce June 4 mee 
Pihois Se, S| megs, rom, my em, pr, | Fa Bsn "ta te | Ne na ie oe, bara Fee Mac HOPS] Beton tear anf inc, 2a | AO Pegs Mn yo 


oF around me wo Z Pie Gall Service station. right| from $22°080 to oh carport rt, cellent to equal the price of $27,950. in 
- Bigg rami 4 5 at = n- Backlick rd. to Essex ave., ieft terms. See and peers your = this topnotch area of jovely homes. | 
=: 4, baths, “ih : ‘ . Nee sop RB ead Seastiny” wsodeg Wo dice ton. rs YOU NEED SPACE. zie ml, 0 Chain Brigse, 6 mi. Wo T Le) D A . 
oy gorgeous 65 sere mS SOsw. fa-sized bedrms.. bed- 
ki on Bivd. JA. 74000 regtions: From. om qpéats west ‘ ap ; MARY MOUNT IPI 
Ps i yena AnEA se fenced | Aadjecent to beactifal golf course:| Sebastes et, oP aa WILLIAMSBURG _| 4-BEDROOM | CAPE esp Eh igs | ne ER ae, 
t., 20-ft. liv.-din. rm.; ‘love- 
1525. 


onial-t ia A fa * . 
Ss. g. gerachis CO. | ip IDEAL Staaten isis R & FALTY ATSTEAL AT g16.9001 $%' éown| Arfinston fotgtios, Laree fenced | JAMESTOWN 'N SCHOOLS ful oak floors, 2 
Ju o3° ; ow ha onthiy J yments. x garage. . . . 
STATE. 600. Pu fie | Hottae ave. ad St iath JE 4-5161. 


FAtLs CHURCH 4 ~ beara. Wi ‘mn RANCH HOUSE | feta: 
Take the Landlord ehient abe Ror on zB living "roam Uti EARLY AMERICAN 
modern  kiicheh ES ATES 


, 3-bedroom hacienda-type : . 
9 MONTHS O.D—3'4, 695 Off Your Payroll with loads of charm and spacious- fet “it of $1800 down ‘and | breal ist room. i | sRon Re "white Cape Cod sl 


Take over GI, 3-bedrm., brick and lot with sh wae oan Charmin 
os shingle rambler. Lee. kit t exquisite shrubbery! Pee REA : te , rooms NDAY ‘TIL 6 P.M. wooded | 
Masonry construction: newly dec-| cols” and . tle bath. Cony. to N M Do oe Village, just & Pe OL ut L . ;_ spacious bas ; sad} SU STC. senate ‘OPEN SAT. & SUNDAY 
ent; 2 bedrm be%. : 3 0 oney wn 4 C. and Penta- 7. KE. 6-5350. a. i hed 5 ; v| One the area. Hun- +4 S. P Priced under . oO appraisal to sell 
an orner 


This home has exceedingly .| brick rambiers “in partial Samat. 
“the | dollars spent in shrube:| Dreeieway. oversized garag Pe fot. in beau {ful Bellevue Porest. 


“hrep lace, din. rm. - , . 
ftv. em ‘ sad Only $33. is dr 
Rit: 2-car, Earage, Priced 413°900, i HILI To Qualified Vets| rt. beautify ul” paneled “recren’ ion BU DGET BUYS FRED ). GEORGt, REALTOR pews beau tifu ui laws. cor gale be owner. $27. Cali bedrm ms. 2 baths, screened be ay 
| a aa JA ” 701A - nis 7. . Outdoor patio. 

es bedrms.. uv. ‘Construction: = GRAB IT AND RUN VA Approved and Priced from ede ey ee Make Your Choice Early | SPLIT th iver me aneakie = CLOSE-IN sil aie -in Partially ‘fare. 
> mason y $3500 do (1) $11 150: $2 h Ot. ay 3- | . y 
Sorner lot: storm window ; bedrm an. “Sivd. sremes: ate rt atid other SO. ARLINGTON Vy ACRE 

Day » 20. “old. LEVEL. es. Price $18.00 » 1% bath plus [pvetery 2 


Briced $ awnings: ignge-ft -ft. * patio 3-bedrm. rambler, ful E pesement. $19, 73 | JA, 7-6 
13.500. $1 features. Price $i. ae. A About $2000; 4 ‘ 
2 . Direetions . dining rm., kit. den.. Brick Cape Cod 


equip. kit., storm 
with fireplace. 3 take Shirley attached gar. with 


a . wi . . fenc 
hor-fenced on ige.. level. corner 950: No GL. 
-- A residential fot. Assume 4% GI loan with PUSSY BUILDER | built “ye WIM ING Pool bedrm. ‘ramb Pimmit Mitis.| o5-r¢. tiv. rm I contr 
f soe LUXURY RAMBLER 950; No are $600 | Sedrms.. 1% baths, sep. Gin re Hwy. ringfield cloverieaf, bear| sundeck: A conditioners; corner ote te a PULL ease Pak 
+ RM, PUL ' 


su 
asetog. eon “schoo - small amt. of cash dn. All for) as if he vere. sone 
M. A. » MARTIN ART TY i cock Rodpene: ing: Ly with In exclusive PLEAS RIDGE, swim -- right. make - terms 
618 y we St.. Herndon, Va. ART POST REAL T i pic rae. din-| on @ magnificent weede lot, with | 8 Franconia road, continue on Pran- ‘OPEN T 1 TIL DARK TODAY | 
ice te 80, 5-5576 or 80. 5-757 ing tm.. familp-sized, § Laeee| Bt ao : bt a vee yeah dae Cod. util- $ conia Toad, 10 Broom binck’ beat| DIR: Out Columbia, Pike left on 1305 Beechtree Lane, Palle Church 
ae ed bath “tie an and this yy RE +4. aie ity basement, bedeans = t ea Pratt st. to open house on “iNet PROPERTIES Milter Real Estate 
; ) charm and livesbility. in cenerous reh. nr. Palls Church. Lot Manna RI JE. 2 3110 10 | 
in plumbing ; carport; measures. The 0- wim-| {ruit ane ay! nade trees. oniy | S ty. Ae BELL REALTY CO. JA. 8-2463 


at oti. 700. we a. ‘| on large landscaped iots. 7 gow te G st AR nd: Fe Bnd 
KI. &-1968 Ito uns ‘ Ai 
‘Tor auick sale. Cuy sporemic me ¢ r If 
or ule sale 
bier. 3 bedrms. 2 ths, Wi 


36x10-ft. 
ming pool is self-filtering ond on! 
has me ch season. ble with a .—* > -wAnebor fence ced $250 DOWN N | 
REA A ‘=o vs. ~ 4 .. ; 14x10. 6) couple This C di tj d 
$900: eves. and weekends. ate REALTY, JE. ‘ai 9400 | Bas | ie ries, He ‘Palts . Price $24,585. G vas onairione 
“A958. f h 5 Os tniee erRAS.| VA. approved for $11,200. Owner} Down t $3000: wi & 
5, ACRE of cool green lawn © urch, Va. E trust. r dnmediate rey ancy. on | ione - 
d G A " P Dail m for your automobiles ond 3 bedrms.. fr ¢. carport. man eo a for $10. O86. Call JA a Terrac ONLY $17.950 
15,950 GI acbedrm. home ‘with extrs. large wri, ee te Pa $00 for quick sale. JA" 7-680.” ii gbazments only s82-50.| § | SAL -SUm. ie for only $29,780. Are you tooking| 54 FT. CUSTOM RAMBLER 


MBLER Only 81500 Meme on p-. onary a tat lot 
$ 2-bedrm. ho extra larse 500 for auick «ale bedieies ae 
kit. be h $13,500. ; ~ f ai | On cre. with oymmunts lak@, 
4 BEDRM., 1 BATH | St, 2 Seeted. Hits Larchmont Realty, Inc.| ~ SPLIT-LEVEL. and, "Anchor Stenced lot $1500 DOWN -Annar \dale 2 separctane pianpes comm, | Soy. cs mae are 
; ’ vU. Saw JE. 4-000 OB Model _ House. JE ap | DREAM HOUSE . Owner leaves for Florida mext| you don’t have to be a veteran to! a Di a ae yrs. pte \- 
ASSUME GI LOAN { ke th nay oe rick pane yA Bn. ay war: ¢ (COLUMBIA PINES) =| 100 "RA spores 


NCONIA AREA , 
3-bedroom. white frame rambler. Really terrific! 3 tremendous bea- a- 
lot: ne ‘. = V2 ACRE | rooms with huge w aint ths. a7 Bomber family kitchen. including avatia. Al Sansa 00 tee this eS 4-bed.- en. UxUry Mae w. base- Et nn geRtNOr : 
2 t 


Enelish-type basement. va 
replace. Only for this cozy ram- tow oleae ~~ Th -bedrms s., base- 9 -* " 
: . fireplace. Large ; this for $19.500 Call JA rt res. 7 ER 
fitgomde ig att ihe | Ney Me Sees Ra | Metickhee adnate "ans| PANN REA YO | $500 DOWN | hithurik: Slat Rict| § a Ge we MIULER neAt tare 
,000. unday from wa | ~ 
FREDERICK W. BERENS "til, dar r further information| {ec everything. MR and built-in breakfast’ tabie. PLANTA ION R You” should, Snepect this property - Sout and. see these | 2-1 203 __ JA. 5-3444_ 


SALES, Inc., JA. 5- 2620 call EB: i ES ma A OEDERICK W. BERENS Daylight basement. 2%e baths. es Vacant, lean. a-hedren bome.| at once. 6.9 
Brae BARCROFT i. Alexandria. Va. Ki $-3830,| SALES INC. NA. 8-5000 "POMPONIO J Ne nse ~| Sia retP aarti ts Son MAILER heey eS ATE ane Feiak he. so STOP 3 fs SEE 
BAKE BARCROFT! Zonctiec, putey,..| Long and Low | ' swage Eee ee | gat nis S'S sme aA aa) ESP eeWE| SAT. and SUN. 
’ y the nea pre t 1')- etter omes eaity ANNANDA LEA - 2 wv 
Basement, QUT-OF-TH bis: sunny windows Stee Walking ois.cuy o se JA. 7- 6660 bat Bric be Roloclays aver’ ata Realtors 9 ‘til 9 JA. 35-9400) ee M Satin Vane ESTATE | TO? 


stectric. kitchen: wooded. es oor pian. well-bu n lose to 8¢ bus Tine direct to r , — 7 1203 JA. 5- 2444 
BOWEL SEO ING. | Petend'Pea, eiletee wee] Serene et | Enjoy New Freedom| Sew See "seet BUCHANAN’S | Dramatic 2. A OREN OF A RAMaLE 


payment. 


attached reened bore AN 
mile" fan, Pana ome it Kenge” So wo, ,epe-| Rests srlsher te tore %At!| BRAND NEWS | fas stunner isc sa CONTEMPORARY My. Vernon, Ding 
ee one ree ge  Qetmeeeeed es he Realty, JE. 4- 4900 | fey HELA ‘™m. of ire ke Thos. G. psaruder | Lo Tired of Project . Houses home “The massive 27-ft. liv. | wooded: 2 bedrms. exible den. - Be Ban, FF 

Beautiful ie location ‘overlooking ae. poked R. Rowland Co. | ORP __Eves. za, Sid or KE. 8473 _| Let : oe w = anager patlo and gar. are patio. carport. $18,930. By| UF open signs to 6 Arendale dr, 

: S50 per mane. ri B| 120 B. Broad St., Pails Church, Vs. YOUR ~ | pew homes s that aren't 6 rounded Se 66mernve peasupes , at athe S Cuenca SPRI NGFIELD 
@ cipal and "tate st ‘Listing 4- 4.3333 NNE? OPEN SAT. &, SUN. duplicates. 1 = ton this inspiring propert the 50 ist light after 7 SSeReee, 
6-1400, TE. 6-7343. AL BAKER | ,- a Uw DREAM HOUSE . : gn gt 1s ere eutate like erounas with | left 26 miles and open sian 
» oe ate bleck from this spot- : els. circuir drive ere os — FIVE BEDROOMS FOREST 


with fireplace. separate din. lock troa ‘prick £ t Sat “grive a i 
' ti |, / \F INg ton 18 to 7 Te pt ate og cannet afford to pasa uD 


= ’ less 4 
onvenient 3 bedrooms. white| 2 daths; screened porch: | NEEDED nial: beau tt iPuity 
house. $16,500. Moderate down genced, chaged loun; segvententiy NO G vel lois —— . } for} seeing ome ARI; 2 full baths, 27-ft ly. rm.. A Honey of a Rambler 
t ONLY $550 DOWN hom se they. ee 6-3158. Located AP: rd. and ist i air conditioned. full bemt.| Directions: Shirley hwy 9. Spring- 
> . — -4 2 > a 
Little alls d. RAB | $70 MO. PAYTS. We have a se-\J. Wesley uchanan, Inc. Piedmon p! Annandale with beaut. rec. rm. and bar, dish edi, = ed Gee conta 


Plus taxes and insurance. and yo Reduced From $32,500 to ecti of rambie Prom _ Oe down Sprins- washer. = ik poreened ollow our open Na 
ie feet SUN 


; cK , ] ht t. 
a“ Y sts: iso ambler with large living rambler © ae levers tre %5 8 9 5 0 anging from $19,500 to $42,780, AR] } ON A field ide ra. epores. & mile | ty ‘ties ioe school. fet oat , 1-7 
* , A split- te property. cu te $2 "g15 North Gar- | 
Lovely North Arlington location nme a 5 hen ‘and fot wit alte “Anchor fenced ya —~ baths, ageoment. mee + Boe Ht 75. | WILTON WOODS 
UN 


only $11,000 Bra brick ram- e iy finite Te = Sel we ND oar aloe Ripa re Real ee CLOSE- “es CUSTOM RAMBLER 


ig i* © lot. on J 
2334 Wilson Blvd. JA. ae J fen Realty, JE. 4-4900 lock from N. rin | cabinets, dishwasher, disposal boca tail shade tenet velvet aM ¥6- ‘ 6 By “owner, 817,500, brk.| with s country view from the Ige.| Directions: South of Alexandria 
fires lass-| old; 3 bedrms.., ys yueors and the liv. rm. ° i 
e 


a Ee 4-ROOM i mene 
way feet, est: Secltenii planned ant : h ‘3 ; a ; th: , ; : This new center-en- then to first eh } 
| ta ‘ andie. See ving. e| Wau ph -% Te 
oor and ft ty log mins ¢) Same Sein BED R S sitet 3 a rooms, Saft! ington va.) past —. de juxe » ped en. , od : we... b shops. r me r 
t righ to d 


ne a ‘S.ne 
Edward R. Briggs, Realtor oom valcfaxs ‘Wa. schools: 20 min, D. ©. JA. 2- 
JA. 35-8402 


carport fin: : VERN 
| = A like ae times x, with ° oe rec. tm. W + . Of call JA. 5-9400 for| ASSUME BIG GI BAN vith just f th in-town FAI; ERNON 
Lars is is a real b £ details $2000 cash y ha extras, | ARLINGTON conveniences. See it today. 1 BRICK VEnaeer 


tehen with am ‘ating space. = by appoint Better Homes Realt including | i D. m. $21,500. 
N MANOR $14,600. 45 ft. rambler on \% acre. aot i vil ¢ location and) ent on Realtors. 9 "til 9 ‘A + the weekend. eo don't delay CALL LORCOM. LANE see S. ear -SUN. 1-0? ST. WOODED LOTS 
- Directions. Ari. bivd. to 8. Lexing- | aha or weet Mohit SP tlogk 


irepl te din. ed 

ONLY "$850 DOWN reh. ‘Call RORSCHACH REAL- Sans water heat. These type of) po asceg 50 : 10 ACRES Pages : & 

VA A PHA ee i a : » baths. den, library 

RICK OB! choice ROOM HOME S ¢ for, bs ber, ome af Spic n Span : and| 2 tik’ a a | ig he Trek th left to 

3 LANDSCAPED ACRES JA establish for an appt. to inspect. pel acres in A= rh Comms. tive. charming o-begresm From Memorial Bridge bear righ sees Mutual Clients jyxcpange | 2 REAL EsT a 
Near Fairtex Vv convenie tah fevation nel ta _in nt shad ons — river freeway to 34 8. Glebe Rad.. Ari. $-2501 BOR RIN 4-7 et oF res} 
downto Washi: ington. "1 par, a 4 00 pore: h ; : re ne, then right on J. Ran. 
penera "Motors plant and new na ANSWERS alese- re = i. House . ~ pm "Dil aa | Sientate aiete = = oe ce, goiph to ist out 28] , 
n.. “14 


Pentagon. ge sat plan den. : Tet v bs and bath de e equipment. plent t the GA FRET os Nonidet 
th phases “G - r on ist 5. . v . Gran 
eibo *. o mney need Deir” with 2, twin rooms d A ‘bare d 2 £8 Brick Colonial. * bedrnts.. 1s 
’ ce ‘ ape ae oe ) lat fan exce t for at oN *- : grea A — baths. ise. patio » pvt. yard. Sw 
trees close Lng a” Public a7 : Age. servants quar A 3-bedrm 4 kc 6 3 4 io base £67 By ae AB... “aes ro. we, ome | 2 ao: 3 <i a iia 
ground. elementary and ir. high . an ’ L aculate throughout ing rage and enclosed rear porch: —_ JA. 8-8673, Eres . : Rearb $16,000. 3A. rm. I i ‘'S ( HH ( E | ] 
rr 950: te Por — ith or washer. storm windows. etc = ~ A XANDRIA Ol OCA ION 


. with Areplace. formal dining ' CLOSE IN or end bandied fed contemporary 


sa omith & Donnell tppeiintmen 1 < Sel an'*Ameticn fr sofne'ngearoan'| levels flower beds ‘x summer entertaining. Yminactla conteneerarpert Ts Somni-Patached 1 
rch. America is roin= suburban! A trul excel. brick. 3-bedrm. hom re " ed 
KI. 9-3530 ot you? 823.500. GI con-| trees. A tk L-bedem. and bath on ist fl-| the‘price inane siaobo” OF S84) 326... Aluminum eetneeDL mi-Vetac Ones 


y = 8 ire ised 
EBNER R. DUNCAN CO, | ‘acts accented. He Meditate gee Bow | tap” din atayae: ey rm fear, nu ole Ym | 
nsurers - ~ Fe aes aan, ek jan blinds. Valances in liv. rm.; 7 
~ $15,000 Babee Reeve, | S. ARLINGTON |sHANNON & LUCHS CO. | lent foc"ige conveniences tik. to TERMS ae ws eit et ct 3 apse ye 7 BATHS 
Lot 
/ 


dus 4- 

bedrm. a counens din. *SOth Anniversary Year’ to 2 ing and — “Couldn't Be Better” i Re a bemt 
With . : 

Walter R. Reynolds Co., ith, just 10% dows you et the) er. 915.450. 5 it ge 0 FHA INSPECTED 


rm., 
fie ts Sr on Sat lot.| by pan al. gar.; Semi-Detached Homes 2055 Wilson Bivd. JA. 58-6800 
‘x ittle ones _ y. Bo s-44i7. e 
5-94 ’ = —_ Cor. N. Chesterbrook at ee ov re 
ability “ree = al: lle i}:000 St eae ee AMC BLES —PRIVATE can 1 wat finiahed recrea-| sul tara | Osk ot DIRECTIONS: 2700 block King St. to Janneys Lane 
. . on rT m iil. . ~ ’ 
nao radiant eat brick front rambler being com- ag mS — Pe. ee A ! e bedt "a some huge ot nlock. follow signs to Angel Park. 


Dietely redecorated for you. room. faxe nandale 
MCCAY & MCCAY, INC. | EE sodduti allie. | YEONAS REALTY | foals “shai se eeeern es sey ties Seis "een ya Agent on Premises | t0 6 
: ‘| aes 2313 Wilson Bivd., JA. 8-2100 i YU, Demt. det. sar:| Beli ck “Fie ata tn Ecvond $b: “pplandncaped lot in rand sata ‘ue ;, bores ‘Tins BUILDERS AND DEVELOPERS CORP. 
ont. "PR RICE S000 | Eukeekoat eat aghie yen. eee es | eee aye at eS} TE. «6-9272 5] 
Broadmont Terrace STONE HOUSE Basu ycpat hata a ny ist. trast , 810, io.tit, Mo pymts ; ; OV. 3-5173. 


Be] eee ete ees) | Gacease! gi gacs-| Manas Rity.” SESSPio| et eco Spli it-Level | see. riy atts: attest enc. 


Se — ee ee eee 


rambler. A ra 
mo eign oa ing « - a Th. SUBSTANTIAL — RF ioainy, J JE. 4-4900 “On Y2-Acre” bs ‘eauloped kit. ite din aieos rec PALIS CHURCH 


aidive ws win-sised ‘bedrmns.: b tacili RB $12,850. 3-bedroom bm | rambler with Handsome, custom 4 sgiull Dams, Ye acre, fenced ¥ 
: floor, ints pine-pen-| ‘ fon yt i ll ge ME ‘tne t trees. dei Pier uty: i si6. Y Owhth. No 5 $$$ SAVE $1,000 SAVE $$$ 


is now, 


MPSON Pa " tion, has 3 nice bedrms.. di : 
471) Lee Hwy. JA. 203121 | yar rbecue ae ay “ek ied fon’: Sal “rin revied boteh. RRY “ria ‘ soi goed BR ADM NT ON THESE 4-BEDROOM CAPE CODS 
Reet at your ae A Full Acre of extra pare. sce, Miller Real Estate ONLY ONE! I : 2” pan we ae IF PURCHASED DIRECT FROM BUILDER 


nce. 
rit in Cor. N. Ches 4ist A war a 50 ou ‘ s-bedem.. M Ad gh 
Contemporary re pungslow: altractive. as : Te, This. J*/ situated on beautiful lot, 7x1 10. ONLY 5 LEFT 
sen} >. ao ja 1ax36, * chicken | fin ‘em; sung Ceaeeee® Exc , ae } Ry a. ee ny a | 
- | Be Bet cen McLean $22,550—Gi APPROVED. ba" 2 -. s. ee modern Kitchen Sie esta: | Believe it or not, this is the buy of the year. 30-year 
teh, $17,500 


ae i t; deta = : : , 
ete wil hed 8- » [8 janeled rect. rm. vith ser F.H.A. .financing available. Near community swimming 


4 BEDRMS! ! oar Up. base , | Manas RI a . 23) 10} g ene eect cap with! Buy or ae = ¥ OV, BATHS e. On of te 0 OES pool, schools and churches. 
Fos 950, quick possession | ¥% ACRE—3-6 rm 03 carase. ws wibedrms.2| § fa. EN nag SROM TARE, Ane a san right on ara at. Route 24% ese DAILY 


us V RN N REALTY Gui ¥ . een. | ow. fin- mans ollow 
ae oreh. Phang op E a ‘ Ma DOW PAYMENT, Totai wits dre. fede SeNDYNRION =F for immediate ecoupancy 2 ve Bir Pee | DIRECTIONS: Out Lee Hwy, to Broad Street (Rt. 7) n Falls Church. 
+ het 


_Ave. KI. §-3106; SMALL bor- 
pa vo remnet M.. 2 400. REALTY. el fot ‘almost + Eg B Fg, — 4 ood with desirable ealures. se Right on Broad Street. proceed to West Street (ist traffic licht) 
° Dene toon basemen pe i the o anak ‘tweee. a top offering. y va by b. to ee with work space. center-hall Goltemen to ree : left to Poplar Drive. right to OPEN HOUSE. OR: Out Arlington 
is 4 . ie De room with an ; Bivd. (Rt. 50) to Seven Corners. right on Rt. 7 thru Falls Church 
sean Con 8 $ ] 7 300 , window. bie family -« to West, left to Poplar Drive, right to OPEN SION. 
| ay , del Coe 


ARUNGEON RE REALTY (eee | 
gomeht in Hl es ieeke eaiies nile a ss fogs Een de wis] SUMMERTIME ENCHANTMENT 
dais RP ery T—|2—3 Huge Bedrms. shaded, fot "Ya - 9 + PL EEDROOM 1 t Seabee Plus Year-Round Charm and Comfort in This 


oo it’ Sa Home! . é Bie |g Spacious Ceilings podrins ooh ba 18; 
a LOsE-1 iv. Rm., . : " down to qualified Gis re } 
Hist rs prea I plan ae appt. eS 4-, ree oe h (Rte. 50) eg. = bbe tadanie brick 


Basement. wich siti oie rs ‘ 
tet PEED, DARE ’ on A . ; oe Pete | THE, PICKETT CO. ' rambler. with 3 age om ample kitchen and ; 


ore 6—Bsmt.-Recr. Rm. PRINC. INT. T 

ie ake N REALTY 7—$18, 950, Gi, $950 dn.| eae gg Scape eg ire nang 
Arfax, JE, 4-4900| Sas Potions) OPEN DAILY oe beset ab ‘em, mm, wae ee 

2; * i t Y -b ' acre also « 

US : UTIFUL ty. Show: ntment é nee FRC : 1! basen bie hu Ly iows : fie : 2 Meus to ated at “Ww 10 min. to Seven Corners, 15 min. te 

NICHOLS | Pare nib Reet eek) SEE TT AN | Bois GE PERRER. AED, 9] tatectren permis seer oy | Beale irik de 0t_ Jas ror ArPournmer cAtt 

Real Estate oo ae eee “zina| ae ; MODEL ROM 3 thur a Jere sesame sah | ..E. A. BRANDT & 56% ama 


134 8. Wayne St, JA. 5- 
Arlington Realty Co. 2419 WHAON BLYD, ARi. ae eg an ee 17-1236 


a. 


water | 


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WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Seturday, May 26, 1956 

HOUSES 67VA. , amd mi ; 
ng ve tage p : tia hes LE 54 CHEV. 
Peet Sey 128 "ge | 200 tien Bak ek es RRERe Bibs SabiEAE co. | Ua ae Maa tad 
. acer. Mi i, , “yg wh . $375 Total 313 N.Y, torraIR : 
BROCK HALL ESTATE—1 ‘2-5 acres seweraae: , nabie. ; : REPOSSESSED ‘ 

P stare fie as ens | Hho Gter Ditch Soe A ome 7 | eee okay veel. ail '8.| NO CASH NEEDED 
ai "dare. ees Gah dy? At | Sep Te al oor ; Oifice’ on one. Ne NICH ORNE and white: gond,| Subject to credit approval 


p> acim OPEN i gplended 17206 : oes sat 
rt of individ ) cO. pDG | Fe. -. m1 a | Take ove * ata aed e. 
beth, se tnt y| Mat im—__om_oe, | ogSeR EP “ase | trea SP agen a wn sin poe et eR EA ieee bat &| ‘56 FORD 


behots Terms. Will suvordimate to —- cK YS 4 3000. COCK -* ion fOr. 8. : pars power. ' de, har dion er, er down pe Davment Fe required ‘Si helt t 4d ‘i 
rs. M. LEO STORCH. AP | alter ‘ : . 7 » r 8 
’ d ‘ F 


Bik... champ 
innec. 4 ¢. approva 


= = ania, Mena Aa Be eter 2 ay ee pert hal ee BILL ROSS 
pee sore aire Ray ise = Sire VeRO | ae ee est eel i ) es 0. 5-004 Bol es Bpecigi,convert, Mand Bite a TU. 2-4200 sabi we 


Colesviile. Puiriend a acre ON THE a Y at amen Md. A athe posit: R ; : te up. wit a | nOP Rie M : 
Culpeper wn, Two bedrms. liv |”.h.. oat —_ Fu costs‘. nou 
wa jm 3 elec. re i BR. Os ; rs $] 585- 85 D Fe Ay 
Call . : : ; floored ' own used 
as Ae ve LUd rea pe: } screened attic. ; R : 4 barr ry bee rear. 3 ae on >-$8. Super Riviere | oF ae ste neal ee and com- 


fe opportunity) Ex- ove-ip 600-ft. frent:| heat | . : 7 we Dyn PA : cust ie a | Chevy Chase Chevrolet 
cit i . “ ” | S - 

S,. f-*-y-y aoe sa leks ars, "| rent. am (owner), . LRP ni er RD—1951. “Rathed 2- towners Por “t-| | 

Rane : Want ae ou will find | 24-8742 or a iS. 913! Ke vous: ond a ready to, way al. cellent condition both mechaaical y CHRYSLER—'S4 erfiehe tr rd- 

: - 


wide ‘choice all £ 6 JE t # >”. eee LASS & CLARK . Ver | powerfl 
Chesapeake Beach my = ny East) Cor. N. Capital & ie i | sion, power, “brakes * solex tins 


i 
opposite rma, on . from w.-¥, . own- 
Bee gees ae al | Sb gaaira ae aa sg ON THE BAY|deaets Bim] Resethet Chevlel | Sa altar TEs — 721 denture mA 
once, Act fast W. Bears. ONE of Washington's closest and Aignieed, 34d. Bin Sear ae ton wake OE cK Chevrolet — Big 


ttox. Vir 
Mrs. 6. 
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most ular 


ation | {x ope. 1 ie) 0f2h, "RRE| RSH Popular, beaches. joes than, i | We OL 3 tition throughout: $34 He iry," Bacritice. $208. Cagh only. PRICE Pyoe i: 898 oF beet 
7 wn o% for ite salt water fshine. crabbing. D UP: ; . 8740 an —— $395 org $95 * otter. 
a ee A “Gandeps pricks t sports. where thousands visit and | POODLES French. aa 4 | aoe | re wer steer. Many. other Sveg yadee 2 ee 
| \\iet wes y a 7a eS G ndreds enjoy their r cat | : ' . extras, . | iar ghee Exo h utomatic transmission. 
$245 at’ ae! . eee anc FY nd homes: a a are : 4 t: >. and, apa | THE ante . power brakes w -w.tires.clean, one 
T alton ; .| tom Boar ~ cond ¥.- res Ww 


| ow abi s 
a . | eit eine rr - %o« (or ne eS AL , CENTE where vi 
r more. be he : o Pye: 4 ei = SH LER 
MS seset ited S| Beets an eeteate, | Stat ag dh aM TRU Li a A eee ope sme ag 
Pe i a Ve any P+ -4 ben By sobthy inter iver pups: , ar 6.2706. Rov. | Hz. ry oe up , 7 CHRYSLER—j be Imperia! 


. Building restrictions. Rea- : ver. 7. | power Stakes. "40088. ox 
‘0 INT. PKG. » nGF vt $1995 


gua 
eye Ne. 818. ie i oe + ee Oo: 6p x $-9809, | Capitol Cadillac-Olds ae 4 
ie heater. ae | : aN aoter ‘a lai 1222 _22a6 St. NW. ST. _3-2600 55 FORD 


B — uper Conv 10, 
| heater, power windows, iop Ward =< RYSLER— 149, New Yorker | 


$F good t oe ee «eh cord, | A MeREE PONTIAC tac $] 195 Total 
: 


: sonable. Terms. Will subordinate) at this convenient and ever 

geitienvent. cel waite ot ER HU | to 9 builders M LEO STORCH. AP Suns rene Drive around the 

* -4443. eves. LA. 6-5194 : Dp nes. Ene antes : or 

ARMS, "TAND. SALE . 70 AEX ANeets. ~ ee lot. 50.-| No. > Relies 1” — ua. Pe Carroll ave. ‘Laurel, 
000 cing ; 


+] oan 
RY ad a | Be ~ as ll room. 2 


RAM display: will sell or butid.| ag - toe comets | me., cood ition. Needs fine Va.' 
COMMERCIA owner needs) all “utilities. fats | eS shaded | 
d oy Garden| cash; will . | lawn; all for only rea- PPIES 
; ; , A 
detached . 


i ambler. 1 ! locks 
. ron . w - 
pe os te : ee discuss v your ft. frontage: nas} 2 COLLIES AKC 


weil. R-9924 
ayes el Mr, Newell seh ART POST, REALTOR | 34 balls é ace. 2, bedrooms | WIRE HAIRS AKC. 
. Beach. tenant house. 2. ; -| MIXED BREEDS 


: stable: priced . os ed. ngalow. 
S00: substantial down pey- : snd LF des > paved st Silver Sprin Pet Shop 


low: power T—i955 model “2i0" + 


; Dynaf “PONTIA cKEE’ 
w.-w. tires like new. oa condits has 5235 Wise AVE. ct F107 NO CASH NEEDED 
waitress Buick | Eertaeh shlitesd fase Emnrsiga—3t_ winds ge as| ON APPROVED CREDIT 


‘S3 GMc were sos ~= uw Very +| Convertible “8” Fordomatie. | 
Weave SW aD cr Rink Motor | FRANK SMALL) IR, Worth ¥ tee. $1 Spel tesens osvenmae ter eéey 
‘8 G "4000 Ga. ave. . TA. 9-4800. ope Rd. SE. 9647 YSLER men all rents nOtijcers 
sitcom, tin rege £6 MB DerieB Pr Be. OS. Lu, 1- 264 we EA CP payment required reat ap 
pate ASL. st. NE. seus &| Be 8 te ibvkode opal Hl RYSLERS—'50 clu cou! 
bearer, Nar'Soves"Btis win: | BU nt Guper| BpAyo KGTORS se. ing Sistas CARR DISCOUNT 
beater, Be. 70. Sill Wis, = 3; tt =: 4. -852! a: Bylcy Bee h.. $999 


large liv. 


t 4 
Lov Teena EAL ite in a neighborhood beau spacious bedroom 
is - tA — Tu fe ye ge ws inclosed > "a =, i 
J, _— oa 8 well «a reesy race nd floor 
. 4 Bar . Broker fete fs. 6-4934| automatic sil heat ‘noth! 


pat mov 


—_ ee 


$4606 555 5565Sb6S5 bbb S. 


“ istoric 7 
idgs.. with 160 old oH Ai J web ds if ho , 
sindities, sev has wonderful pos. pos- | | Eas an on GAL root 


wooded lots in =. steal restige | 
i 0 


Se if 
; 


rt det ithe. HS Thite. 188 A ts 

a eluxe convertible. finis m 

» admiral blue has a new bieck | wer. = ‘ Cea 

; anal ent condition steerin A wer- 

eco FA Street N.E. we'd ae = or in exee orts ear Guaran- | a “ , 
$795. Ask for Mr. Wor! 


me 74 
t. ror or ve 

=f ig a : ea S oo tata st fl 
rom DG. line.| N Glebe fa and Me, Chesterprook | entrances: sttached garage. This| | little Kittens free, As-| egiittony, 7" | 6-644 tohlman Chevrolet 
od. situat “4 on rd. te inspect or call for details A P- rood and | es sorted colors. CO. 5-2?762 @ stil Wis. Ww. i eaut pe 3300 M St. NW. = , 

« won-!) Walter R. Reynolds Co., Inc. from 6 Onis | Attention! Schools & Pony Rings EM. 3- _e sheeting. power kes air 9.4412 . | tomat nsmission. W.-W. 

, fer Cor. N Chesterbrook & 41st. Ar! 2:950. SAPE. Ponies (2). @w mh, eantiage sieigh. + e — ae Rd. | aa eget |B WHEEL finish. immmec late 
hore, | 57 “| She senate eRe F 3 saddles and harness; cost $ 30: 5s abeed $2245 ° H Patent Si ER- he 4 


re. sell, for $800. ; ua. AP. 17-7361. tLe DEA 


EY. 4-9300. BelAir 2-dr.. power pack V-8 wyee 
most utiful ” ' Pe ae NN 
weer 300 leet a AE Pena x ney Bi, BY ~- Ty ies ee” Center ed with for maz. ceenomy, 8 tur- i oe r Power, ‘A9 FORD 
| 


_ a ae os 


. Wivies A 
quoise and white. offset by © v t- wer spect ay tS “ ¥- 6 custom -door sedan and bh 

Ang paint. Orisinal price $3650 real 

tires. 1 owner and outstanding | Bal HA Ings MOTOR | w. 


rivate 
aie sjable, ready tor = $500 DOWN — | fonees LIVESTOCK 76A | TRUCKS, WANTED ICH ir ee eS a # paint, Ors “fons paint: Runs 


sen Metevatn fe : OWNER-OPERATED wrocky pani revpeet ay 
27?- _FARM.- Joo. co... st i — peice ited fa a cose cot- a: Eee tater . 3-02 beets PONTIAC “TOLM STE ~~ AD” Wa 76500 indensbare AUTO FAIR 
ey oe prareom Miss Martie Hedin, rockey| AUTO. 203 FRUCKS Hic Hire 95 | 313 N. ¥ Ave. NW., DI. 7-5733 
u ; , . oe . 


bed . 
IDOUN COUNTY Lee. 8- | Sith firepia , Club. . PON 
pome =i ? full paths pa, 4 acres tes ty: test itor mr office ¥: ee saahal of aay tet Ls |p eer fs st. 3-7107 MOTOR CO. 
i. ve. = te} £4 | ns BUKK—'S6 Super | 2000. WI BLVD. ARI. VA 
Aspburn. Ve. 2 ms, south. Ofycia| 8% Fairfax’ County Realth =o MAX C SCHWARTZ | SrAsues: Tirvsdied sD. See gree Sood: | JA rod Frid 9: aa “nik 
ffer, Leesburg 646J1 weesee 9s C5 iA i WA D | : 


ee — — lear : v} Je ws) 

oo DN. $40 mo. buys for $3130) eri . 82980. 2500 ‘down Gaiones TERPRONT SPECIALIST POULTRY and RABBITS a | Wei x. <up trac cks wi Tor, foe Arlt A ae Be} Air hardtop. elie hetul 2-tone $199 TOTAL PRICE 

~~ ' “ous Creek. 42 mi. 8. | MASON HIRST $4500 ‘Rasy CHICKS —Best quality. NH N. jean cars. buy 50 this wee We fu ueed for tals fe. 7 - BA includine et eae ae sl 
good 4.bedroom trame| Annandsle. Va. Phone CL. 6-2200 ae or Sou by |- 

house, outbidgs. Foothills of Bive 


mr Hee seca rao cence a PRIS MOTORS 
| wel Lanham, Ma WA. 3-is6s.- | 
Ridee Mis. $0. guiirs from D.C COLORE : Water front FARM AND GARDEN _82| HIGHEST CASH PRI Capital Cadillac-Olds Co, ata 5304 GEORGIA AVE. NW. 


~~" FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS | Taf ly & 
KTON "REA sap Saag, Sea" onze fr tata cong | as tent ON MERSON'S | eater eae | ws ee) ~~ HARDTOP 


“Picture-book” farm. 10 acres. on| Ce! ad vacation ishing. weel-eae 


ndsca ' 

high elevation with, ‘macnificent 7-114 | ; has grand pier, ige. porch.' nure for sale. WE. 5-974 th & O NW. DE. 92-4700 A —1955 “62 Ward Value 8 Oa, | j 

Sprtias’ “about ‘fs Slghte. valages ACREAGE, SALE F8 | Sn Sass aa te inte ae | Bese pee - and brakes: Like oe, pores See vies 13a Dodge 
ure ad woodlands Se. ae crs 


| point; only $4500, terms. 8-8786. make not im rtant: must be clean. | Thacker Motors. 12th & R. 1. ave 
— CUSTOM ROYAL LANCER 


Fe is, _ W t f : | cannes tractor with ples. never | Will pe AN (PORD), hg ww 
acres Cc used: reasonab! | 
mise OS Sef ES. atertron spon n 47 as ‘of cats,| Blue. fully eaiuipped 43895. CCC lige.” #1398. full ‘price: 8045 to- 4-dr. Power Piite. r & h. white 


tho " Lith 00. Keni 5 54. Coupe de Ville. erg 
a ur Be me Unusual ¢. oravilan. F ims, Sof honed lie Seales omen 90) » tree “i. as 7 te 2201 @apitol Cadillac-Olds Co. Bote” MOTOR SALES | ! wall tires. low mileage. A’ palace 
fomes Sod acreage. WHITEBEL!. "toe } BSS i pelt cal CL, | gorgeous view, tovely << et.) to 50 a, os _*® yard. ary < =". ears. pe CADILEAC thet — Prestwood A 17 ’ mien: ex 
-7801, DU. 6-7220. Closed Sunday. se FARM ESTATES town: let SSCESUTEISOXICS: Ged MACHINERY and TOOLS 83A ; 7 "| Severs: ofer. ee ee $275 down|# aus SMALL IR, ING. 
MANASSAS, ‘VA. mime Matai | tm. kt bath 9 | Mee, Sn mr raaly | ROR tase Beater : , 
8 Rdee, Mis'| Pump and utility CLEiDOFER ANE j want to se car. PARKWAY beautiful liebe. ies IRV. MARTIN 


sure you don’t miss this one. Yes,| 294.35" . a ge full y ith & K STS. NW 


: repens | sare roe den't ming te one Tee| idl —— | re Soy 
several fine, , ; Suburban adillac-Olds 
EP AP a « * Cimon, ia Waterfront _ WILL PAY BRADLEY SHOPPING TER ir “W TIRES: LOW MILE-| "ANP 8. 4455 Ma. aU. 
fete on or teeult ul hess $140.- ‘ acre on Route 8s TOP DOLLAR e- 1709 : AL | ; 
perme. Ne 25 miles w COMMUN ’ pped. 30: re . in 
Fe warm, 947, ccres| Atte Semel shee OEE ory ty SOMO, a. ,| SE TCOORES WT rT ving et i ga mo a ge he ers 
state. of grass vield:; Colonial Hun 2 or more as in Po home that is one of the best buys uppecembiee. Tel. pay 4-4 CM wer © ty 
x enpevallenctien ee ee ANDY“ ADAMS | fitsstaetuarenotiae| BPE Center i ae = eee 
ome wit le| 2- ure © >; Bear) Geor 
of Joo" acres, see ord and anad| *¥imming; beautiful view of wa-| — ison. | ae i 9 a Capitol Cadillac-Olds Co. 629 a Rermenst Loqapien\ 600 


’ 

machinery. $50.000. terms Roc nt a |) ter: ige. lot, lovely trees: ha. surt. |! Saar 

iso several small farms with goog Ss Point on main forms. "EAt.| rd. Only $7950. terms. 8-745. Us PM aay ST. I vRo.er—‘ss “710” 
bomes at reasonad! > Be ae , sea 


Die prices and; 2 2 oF . 39-7200. JAMES b. = pesereres. Tuxec © Scrappers. AP. 289. pe re rs : 
OWES ee a bios S60 er — Waterfront | Ma. Sas vat | eek lettin some WERE Sitter eect ol'fired™ "| Saad Shaded’ 
prams) LOTS—ACREAGE —_| Near round masonry, Meme ct | guuiperd: .t08, be seen fi ~ Art Va! "Siburban-Cadillac-Olds |-Ser, ber milve 
TIFUL nice protected cove: 2 bedrms.. Drive-In. Ar bivd. and and lave 1é - TFL wf pm 
rrenton 2 . frent- | fa i eh fly eS Bg a — PEs ip a 8 for any pers ol pe BODUE,. at Coronet ¢-dr. sedan ieni SMALL JR., NC. 
i? tor % mile: A wed d subdivide. others for in Bey —" —y ay sen " N lA vate © r. - 


° uipped. Priv 
~states.| Dulkhd.; trees. nice lot, on hd. A } eas to settle estate. 8800. 


Owner is all alone, must sell. 


surf. road. For $10.500. terms 


ai 5 j 
| res é tras ure ge Td acre. 1 ft Waterfront sh 422) Connecticut Ave. Conv. or Fleetwood ODGE— ner ware dewbrook | 90 
So Weetesel buteed te ask detlon Bt Sct the COMMUNITY a A Cadillacs bree li sant Neg san ca. parment. 2 ye 
Warrento 20-J , SALE ISA Year ‘round masonry home with ne ae aires 
? USES new pier privileges; 2 bedrma.., liv on 79 name “ A ; 
Barns, chicken houses, ete. $55.000 | Anne Arundel Co. | P tetreg. ige. lot. : WAS Pai he a *b tN a ‘BA CHEV. eA TURDAY SPECIAL 
, $395 


; ; . y. or 
6 ACRES, WELL—$4250. BAY RIDGE tans down. good ‘terms : one |i an) Mo Pl pe ENTER | 


LOW CAR IN SKY 


LOT ON CUB RUN, $750) Snssapeane Bes, ton eu ie TRANIRS, SALE ne | Rinne rd ag wa. 7 oh at Prats. at D3 / D Total “Suburban Motors, Tne. ‘55 FORD 


ti new -f| 2-bed A 
financing savallabie. ; ‘ meee | Wed ne. fully 951 Pershing Sliver Spring. Md 


c-R Memon. B Coutrevitie Va | : . wi wesher | Cee) ; A an or pecieees (a JU. 8-2900 _ $ 
Next aton's Browni 9233 | ANNAPOLIS ROADS 3 for given DODGE— 1553 ronet eet clu 
= en rs Soecial | New (Sette. Bema syeit for im- WATERFRONT SPECIALIST . . Ma. | ida ay ee a ~—— C mob iitexs Olds Co REPOSSESSED Sraating “nem covers radia. and 665 Total 


mee e.g , 
a yale Bl 8 ALL MAKES 5 ae adits. tz terms| NO CASH NEEDED mont he or sto miles’ “End of the) NO CASH NEEDED 
$2590, | S-rm.. pouse on 27 ecres. | Sere -_ ' Coli rae of nice | a Fs ES BROWN op thr ae ‘ “a Bt i | Subject to credit approval | 2% Bipegal ies IR., ; INC. Subject to credit 
$7200 ne house a p} tr TYOINGS-ON -THE- BAY - uD ’ Ag A cars se ie Ke: ras yw, oe poathy uve es igri r Ys i 
$50 mo. anit ; tees an y Ay te rms , errs “| trucks, fon A " ’ steerin as wer . es "Tike 
™ Call Roy Ramsdell | throughout s “bedrms.. 2° patna. 2 ngewe Chapt Sadesecte ee AUTO BALES. 4900 8. oie Fe nm ch pes fee ashe et Sova berm ie a <a oe 
SEES Bh | en a Be neeosesies. an | _ A , f abutbenCedilac Old | ESP ai 
ea | Mawpection by Appointment : = Wise Ronen al Ain Make coe Mice eith ehita ton Tl Dick Williams panei 2cete | Dick Williams 
ORES UNDER CULTI- eves. phone Mrs.| S#2- " , : power steer 
Vapewaoetach eed | Suthind” 2ectaian "Se b ESTATE S355) rask-we Fike aee¢| BILL DENIS, INC. Ee oat Ce lL| 6-314] | eenentee! L|. 6-314] 
Si Tas Nee Regd PAUL S. ANDERSON $2995: luse 1- pitol Cadillac- “Olds Co : te 2M Arthur, | ; 
“ ¥ ae Ng SALE—Luc as, trailer. 2 “ A CADILLAC 3s -aa5r, miles 1731 Bladensbure R4. NE. - §— Sh Corone . 1731 Bladensburg Rd. NE. 
GROUND. House. cabin and Annapolis. ea Colonial 8-3354 7944 ts ica Sis | PENNY MOTORS Somat ce = sa ee a 
outouirdings ear ymar- . ‘ 
ce . Ma PEALE BEACH. WD _—Pour lou. . oot | metal. plus 
pour con — — 100 feet from N $00. ois a, m a, te ne po. i? Nigh WILL PAY UB TS: LL AY U 55 CAD 
A jon. $2,000. 1 a 5 -— r. Y =. Ss ‘ ; MODELS 
Ons, oer howe Res at ee posh Reblog 2h Shoat. | $300. Muddisnrene Trnies, Gog cc: $88! Convertible 


Max ’ , . 
ake your own terms. PB Uae. 4 . SRLS, 1953. 33-ft., ws ‘ epee ; $3995 
UNIVERSAL REALTY ee ee oo sy sipe. MD. OLON t-bedrm_ ae ae oe 
HERNDON 437 Prederick. ss a. : JE ews ; ae ee ge “f FULL PRICE cen” very 
be abs | and Pully ; Serene. 


out . ‘: “i ; te Bien . % to “rs Heh 9 ee . . ‘ E . $28 L —e = \ ORD 2 
ts on gray UNLAP. 3 .. 935: 1956 BI-LEVEL BUYING! ! en ion %. . week. 
oat Reinke RASS) RictaAROSON momprnoatcot TL | A 4.9396 : BEN pre ‘55 FORD 
be cooing VA. 134-aeres Dortost "yea oops a... | coe; re dict i | Te Lg ¥ iti elthe Gur two ‘bie loee- OR zg ) 
r. age 4 room| - , ’ ’ ‘ r or chil-) cies styling or ada Taxury CADILLAC —T505 N UO apocial sedan ‘ 
aids y oR, £004" eravel ai. PFER we - .< KiL- % 1K hase . van. = inc losed a a * — | EMERSON & ORME ) wh arey power, steer $1] sa uae ae era, healer ay to $665 otal 
soos 9 ipepe | (BUICK) —_ ¥ mt e covers, “xen x months 


: so.” Ariisqion 2, | | Bee Make seein ‘te ee " t now! | » power ‘orakes. ken bai 
RAY T. A a near beach. Running og a “pin. 
Sane } ny By au ered t ap 


ve eigete wner wu os , R i = . ; 
4 fe pee ree a GE—On water- a ee es. ven & and St sep re Rental! poornin THE PRUTO' CENTE! R FRANK SMALL JR. “INC. Subject to credit approval 
iver. sir cond ersity 17-8553. 4 D dio. heater, tic, Con- 
nett es., , {irepl. = : SrsU7 r— 3] American Trailer Co., TOP DOLLAR PAI tt ae boss’ car. As low Te s00 ra , And take over oma m ly pre 


mod. its, | a For Clean Used Cars . | matic. Pert. pice | os 
pila’ | CP Moe Ress 0 net a Peg» wb om Fe Mg mo} Rave "age Faiall fo let 


men al raps 
Fy condor call 


"white. d. 
ee “5 - BILL ROSS 
| : me | © tots = 
NORMAN REA ae, : , | Sip sates der season. | Mc arate oii. a = 2 *_erey. C in : eee 7400 Georgia Ave. NW. 


$185 FULL PRICE 


ty CLE: se nea a : used. SIP i PERS Ge , . ? - as 
at Re ae eae < preedinaoseay va Meee " 7 ‘Auto Center 
: i 30 $0: ' 5. . ve —— ft (Our : 


‘ow is . 5 . . 
ihe WASMINCTON Post wail TIMES ) HERALD 
eee 4 


Hens condition. . w.%, V-# Custem Tuder, fully 
SPECIAL, $2245 aM. | eaulpped, gteen. low mi. 
MeKEE PONTIAC McKEE PONTIAC ‘Ai : nye haben 
5335 Wh. Ave. . ST, 9-710? McKEE PONTIAC 5335 Wise. Ave. ST. 3.7167 cs ie’ : ASHWELL AUTO SALES 


5335 Wise. Ave. ST. 3-7107 | —_—_— . cg at ad 
- : on omih cain ae: Ty hie wth JE. 2-9480 r 


‘SS CHEVROLET. | =e megs cm 
J | base! ‘5S FORD 


meee $1485 | Custom V-8 Ferder:; Diack; 


| 4 
A “210" series G-cyl. ecaulp.. fully equipped; tow meses. ee : | $3,449 $95 DOWN 
radie and heater, driven only ; $1395 i. - =e f LIGHT GREEN FINISH 
Cor oon, | ie _ Lustine | ear ee aoe | 
Open Evenings Ashwell Auto Sales | Oldsmobile — ; Call tr 3- 2107 or LL jet, 
’ 


Addison Chevrolet | Ballers Crossroads, Ve. | : 
14th and Fis. Ave. §.W | JE. 2-9489 £600 Baltimore Ave. | Fh « atterine” wan Pt ee 
a. 7500 Hyatteville, Md. AP. 7-2000 5 —s" She bee 


tsa 9 Til 9. All Day Sun. 


-——— 


ae 


156 OLDS 


GOLD! $} ~3*.22:. 


Hardtep C 
14 Karat il « ie 
ery thw 


Used Cars i ee f 
PRICES SLASHED (OL. 2-9200) ~ Hlf} creme, pins, "ne = 


/ | $155 Packare sz295 | ies Fscieearee vem, ¥ Hit 

FOR RECORD SALES ie 55 Pontiac $1995.2 $3 902 AN. | ND WAPERIALS 3 “Buy A Car With Loving Care’’ 
54 Packard $1395 ©] . . ? 

'53 Parkard $895 > aerate 
51 Chryster $505 @|| Oldsmobile 


Sedan. Brotteviie, Md.. AP. 71-2000 


2 hates soo |! ALS MOTORS. 
—_ oe | WEEKEND | ~ .— THE KING OF CAR VALUES — os Ties 


| im ‘55 Cac. 
Saten. | AT THESE VALUES: | |) ‘ic 
| M Other ae LOOK : B c 
‘$5 PONTIAC HARDTOP | COVINGTON | SPECIALS 53 Plymouth de ti Be a $1995 
This is « naive ga wat like brand new | | ’o! Dodge . . - S545 | ta. tio Cranbees elud coupe: overdrive, : 55 : ~ "$945 
brakes, ) MOTORS | a ae runs 55 Chrysler a $2,495 $1, 195 | 54 PIs . bs $695 ‘52 AY) adie and Bea i 088 


power windows. walle wel tires. tinted : . t pewergiide, r. & 
| 7301. Wis.. Ave. 51 Chevrolet $595 | Windsor de luxe Newport: pew- es. . $695 


siass. A real honey of a car. Bet! la, Md. erfilte. ». & B h.. seat S 
| The Garage with a heater; 2-tone sray with ' Tr : head 
Porieet bee” ach. ‘Bee 92088 é: | conscience » va ek top: exceptionally 65 Pontiac. . . $2,296 or g | 50 beater $445 ~~ For 1. some 


55 OLDS 2-DR. “8” . | ) *.Deer De tLaxe: raedie. covers, P sone point, w.-w. tires. 2 & 6445 
gveceatas and Hyéra. seen Prieed low Star Chiet hardton: hydra... 


§ G1 Ponting ...$645 IE i's. Se. Sk Estee asia jheater. 98 2 Chev, ii io Foe. 3995 
‘55 CHEV. BEL -AIR a | w=. A : “a ° "3 
Hardtep. very teow mileage car. peiven | 845 Sad Nae ah ond | ‘54 Plymouth $1,195 : *. ; ; 


PE Sy he 50 Oldsmobile $345 \9 Rist’ wact Siac * 


Be phe 9 mre $Y 895 sate cM satis Ses 153 Chrysler . . $1,195 : eg: 
thing and) Mercomatle trans, wb : "50 De Soto. ..$445 Bi mri. rans: 52. ors. ot: | | tse YOU'LL LOVE 
: 23 DOING 


thing and Mercomatie trans., 
Cieb Sedan: GyrreMatic: w.-w. tires 
; mechan ’ 


walls. to 
55 C HEV. BEL AIR 4-DR. - Be ” 22 2 
59 D $395 ‘ pe . 4 
dge’. E = ‘ 
povenet 4- Bears dark green ‘ All Under $295.00 i ' : 
finish. GyreMatic. i‘ ‘ 


Chevrolet's most enpeaere as aT 745 
Powerglide trans. Ve mileage 
Twe-tene coral and black. rally equip 
’ ri | &% ; 
52 Dodge ... $495 Man More to Choose From RB: ae mn AY, HN iG | 
Warfarer 2-De Hohe _ a eS * 
grey ay tm Pe = ao . " i . ye : ££ 2 AN 
‘48 Plymouth . $99 oa , TY tems | 
Convertible Coupe: red fin- MEE es ee. Fee SETS | eG | WAR y 
igh codes «8 tep: redic, = =ale 


ped. Like new. 
Francis & Parsons 


‘55 STUDEBAKER 4-DR. 
penatifet ih, eube 't it's See 945. 


has overdrive: like brand-new in every 


een ee de tea es eee 1 Oe 


steen and black. —— wane nice. fully 
ecatipped: Hydra. tra 


‘4 PONTIAC rs DR. 
*1395 


Chieftain de lase tn twe-tene blue and 


Dodge Phen acth Deter” ih Penna es nuns rane] Bl 3 ' : 1339 East-West Highway, Silver Spring 
LU. 1-1777 The royal Neg: ee ee meee Te OPEN DAILY TILL 9 P.M., CLOSED SUNDAY 
LU. - % a ey" : ee ins Be as : ‘ > ‘ai a - : 3 JU. 9.8003 


2115 Nichols Ave. SE. JU. 9-8003 


white. It’s « eee ful —_ pewee 
steering. Hydra a 
everything; ~ pertect go my 


54 BUICK CENT. HDTP. 

see Century K Cl wate j Ste Buick ® | 695 
es + ——S bg ty white finish: Tells 

ecuipped and Dynafiew. flew 


'™ FORD CONV RTIBL E 
1495 


FINAL 
CLEARANCE 
hod Plymouth . . , $695 


ot. Conve. tone 
sive. ng seat covers. 

Eiceptionally clean |) 
ER 


'50 Plymouth .. . $295 |) 


! pelepe 4-dr. Light biee | 
ish. RK. . Sea - 


This is a Suntiner and (t's a beauty, fin- 
ished in a dashing vellew: cqutapes wee 
everything and « Fordomatic 1 dematic tr 


54 CHEV. BEL AIR 2 2. DR. 


This is a fire car and it's perfect yeas Sonar '$ 
out: smeeth Powerglide trans.; 
with everything. 


54 BUICK HARDTOP 


This is a Super model in tan and brown $ 
fully eauipped. Dynafiew trans.; this ae 
is like new and must be seen te appr 

ate it. 


Daath Fpl ae 


steering oad brakes. like 


53 O: D.. DTP. 
Like ALICE ae 295 
pewer ‘tesvine 3 nd cower windows “TI This 


ear is extra ~H. - f 


‘53 PONTIAC CHIEFT’N 


De luxe maoctons this Catalina is painted $ 
in a very srerte ivery and cree 


equipped. with Hydramatic: ee ee . 
threucheut 


53 OLDS SUPER “88” 


4-dr. This ene is perfect = every wa 
Twe-tone cream and black ag aS 
ped. Hydra. and pewer brak 

’ 

53 C ADIL LAC “62 “6” 

Cony.: this is ene-owner car: very tow 
mileage: immaculate inside and ont: 
original blee finish: leaded with eanuin- 


ment: Hydra. trans... pewer steering: 
this is a car ven wen't want te miss 


53 BUICK HARDTOP. | $1146 


Super: red and white. Dyna.i perfect 
threuchout. 


‘53 OLDS “98” 4-DR. 

Really beautifgl in t-tene orate pants 
white. eaulp with everything. Hyd 
power steering and pewer brakes taerhew 
see te appreciate. 


‘53 DODGE V-8 4-DR. OAL 
Fully eauippeds hn ng pe See pesteni *845 
threuchent. 

‘53 PONTIAC CHIEFT'N soar 
4-deer sedan: ?% tAG blue auEy! fully $805 


eauipped Hy dra. Matic: perfect and im- 
macw'ate throushest. 


55 BUICK ROAD. 4-DR. 
The chance of « Mating te bur » neart: $91 OS 


two-tone finish: pewer steering: power 
brakes: white-wall tires: Dynafiew and 


is eaulpped with qouetanes. Specially 
priced fer a aulick sa 


‘52 PONTIAC CAT. HTP. $795 


Like new: ecaulpped with everything: Hy- 
= ceatees levely 2-tene screen. it's « 
auty 


—2 BUIG IPER 4-DR. ar 
nabs geen gad-gite tnt. tir 9 QS 
and perfect mechanically. 


‘52 OLDS SUPER “88” 
ia feped swith everything: Hydra: Matic; . 795 5 
perfect threushew 


‘51 PONTIAC “8” 4-DR. 
Sey = he +545 


Sl FORD DLX. FORDOR $496 


Perfect leht creen finish. Fully cauipped. 
Yee'll find this car perfect. 


%] CADILLAC 4DR. | 
$1195 


—y, 


AVGNNS G37SO1D “Wd OL TLINN LHOIN AMZAI N3dO 
‘VA ‘NOLONITEY ‘GVO¥ 19319 HINOS GNY INid VIGWNTOD 


- ee 


pomvereihie: navy bi r. and 
if h.; ew tent ww. —* res. Niece 
condition threugheu 


LOGAN (Ford ) 


3540 14th St. N.W. 
TU. 2-4100 


are sete 


Ho 


‘56 OLDS 


“98” gy wd Hardtop 


ji 


J L310NA3 


M71VIG IFIOBAIND 
LS3D8V1 S.VINIOMA 


Oldsmobile 


Bolipers Ave. 
.. Hyattsville. 73-2000 
Open 9 uo. All Day Sun. 


a —$—$—— 


cuneate 
HIGHEST TRADES Pte we CAS 


OF CC LODE PL LL GPP ON 


ROUT), 
MIN 


Hh AA 


NEW 1955 


FORD 
oe Se — = Club 


fordomatie w-w oy 
other accesso- 
ries $1,995. 


EDMONDS 
FORD 


01ND 


VINIOUIA NU Y WaHL ao 


Immervlate threagh and threush. with 
very low mileage: fully eauipped, Hy dra. 
trans. it's perfect. 


50 MERCURY CLB. CPE. 
eg fg *395 
’30 PACKARD 4-DR. $945 


This black beauty ts folly equipped and 
priced lew te sell fast. 


Finance Co. me it 
. ontie< ice Ges . P 

Repossession || ses cnet a 9 i" * tte 

§ : le 

‘54 FORD 


| 2dr. "6" Sedan, Fully eqpd. 


ope Li 


Easy Low Payments 


Written Guarantees 


Every Car Gets a 
‘“Peace-of-Mind” Guarantee 


PSION 


, 


$385 ruc 


NO CASH NEEDED 


with good credit. Call now 
| for credit approval. ) 


Out-of-Towners Financed © immediate Credit Approval and Delivery ® 30 Months to Pay at Low Bank Rates. 
© Low, Low Down Payment. _In Most Cases NO DOWN PAYMENT ® Ask About Our (1) Year or 10,000 Mile Warranty 


And Kell iain OPEN DAILY $ AM. TO9 PM. @ SUNDAYS AFTER CHURCH 
129 K ST. WLW. 4 a oe - : 


| ME. 8-2674 


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- 46 Saturday, May 26, 1956 eee : ‘BG | Bk. sk Riese hice hs eS 


“NOTICE TO READERS is a 
eee a lm WHY DOES _.. BECAUSE 


$295 Down | : : 
Pie The Washington Post and Times Herald never | OURISMAN MORE PEOPLE COME 


MILLER ER MOTOR CO. | knowingly publishes misleading, fraudulent, or } HAVE 
| 


; ii 4-2396 “bait” advertising. ‘ 100 


All advertisements are accepted for publication on 


TO THE LARGEST DEALER 
IN WASHINGTON, MARYLAND 
& VIRGINIA TO BUY THEIR 


oF Bi ee 1955 cogvertate ener 
i —_e and heater, overdrive. red 


& A aur aster AL the premise that the product is properly described 
mam . W 95—Now 9 , 
; se as $2095 — ee a in the advertisement, is available at the advertised 
om "Suburban Motors, Inc. | 4d , - , . 
“ em sat rere RT "aes OUT | address, and will be willingly sold to the consumer ag Ry A N ie nN rz Ww 


‘SS FORD THUNDERBIRD— Ore at the price and conditions stated in the ersirinert 


dio, heater, Sorée- 


, 3 ¢ e Fe RS ‘sma seeded wi good ment, 
; Vink ae be | lf any reader ever encounters anything less than | 
oe mee . DNo reas onablee faithful compliance with these conditions, we | 
ny ciated ~ | Dotter will be re-€ MAR | 
Stused on the fol-4 would appreciate knowing it. 
: 4 " 
lowin | | 
inal $ - 3 eye ey: Advertisers who deliberately violate these stand- | 
| cars must go! ‘SA CHEV. *139512 q ards will not be permitted to use our advertising 


‘ST NASH 
; Bel Air Convertible. Ne. 551 
51 FORD. .*595 ‘51 CHEV. . #200 columns. 
; Just call or write the Better Business Bureau, 507 
Perpetual Building, NAtional 8-2727, of which 


“V-8" 4-dr. Ne. 317. « 4-dr. Ne. 597 
‘50 ‘BUICK . $295 
this newspaper is an active supporter. 
| 
‘AUTOMOBILES, sat 4 97 | AUTOMOBILES, SALE 97, AUTOMOBILES, SALE _—s97 G : T A N 0 U R 5 M A N 
= > V Ww, 
erent) 22 FORD APPRAISAL BEFORE 


‘32 FORD No. 35, 
"este meut. || 18 ‘FORD... $595 
| ee Boo? Si ed ties re) CONV. 


omen te]: 319 D 
rs RSA Ram | 8 ator ae ‘S51 FORD |e UR UR GS) 


4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
'49 FORD... $99 > 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 1949 elu coupe, $300: "49 agg steering. rakes, ra- 


rrr ee 


AMBASSADOR 


y 9 FoR 
( ‘49 PONTIAC 
7 
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4-DOOR 


‘50 NASH 


2-DOOR, Hydra-Matic 


‘S1 FORD 


FORDOR V-5% 


‘ ‘Al CHEVROLET 
>» ‘51 CHEVROLET 
‘ ‘ST PLYMOUTH 
7 46 NASH 
, 
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De base a-@. No. 655. 


COUPE 


‘47 NASH 


AMBASSADOR 


‘48 PONTIAC 


COUPE. Hydra-Matic 


Be Mi Bi Mi hi Mi Mi Mi Mi Mi hi Mi hi hi hi ha he 
’ og eng a 


FORD- 
) Plymouth clu 


Crotroags, Va 


INCLUDES INSURANCE 10 minutes from Pentagon 


¢? "8" 4-DOOR 316 FLORIDA AVE. NE. 
AND FINANCE CHARGE Je. 3.3000 Open ‘til > MOTOR CREDIT " if a 06 +] 85 Total SELLS THE MOST! 
pet eh Fobde ee Ol $23. ST. oe REPOSSESSED 


| | wopson_. FORD—'S0 V-8 4-door ae Gai pict No Cash Needed 
$99 | oo. PINEY BRANCH MYRS.| Dofse 4- aa Jn, fe) S e 
‘30 ‘FORD .» 9345 ‘47 DE SOTO on Micact De PB | , oR ey ee ste enh Ht isi Subject to credit approval 
¢.4r. Ne. 885. 4-ér. Ne. 664. | onli AY wy. and S take © vet quel monthly Re 
‘S] 'PLYM. P $§95 ‘AY CHEV. ‘ $130 HUDSON—1954 Hornet <a. era all t: eed afer. weno 


Automatic transmission. new nylo down payment rgquired. Por credit 
top. Power br akes, radio heate — approval call 


| A 
SALE PRICE H FAIRFAX NASH; Pt ve Pe ae oe 
195 i MONT Wrest etek fy'co | VICTORIA | PYRE abt Ee Wo) dd Sn 7 10 


~ Convertible. Ne. 641. 4-dr. de tuxe. Ne. 725. white oat tire 


‘50 NASH .. $80 | | 59 BUICK , : er waar wil BILL ROSS 6 I 0 i ST. N. Fo /CHE CH EVRO aa LET / 
51 PLYM..$199| | “gee IIT ex aesett ae ce| | U, 2-4200 | 
695 the value of aUngONIn pts mpe| 7400 Georgia Ave. NW. | TCO] 13) MA | hn | 7-1 -| 400 


cindine wire. wheels, um Depa ' , 
’ 
your car grows | See Saeteat SHS = SATURDAY TIL 6 = CLOSED SUNDAY 


st N 
rd. LI 4-8300: weekday. 


av 
Ya vee ——— — 
_Nings till 9 p m. Sat. _ ti Centinued on Fellowine Pace. Continecd _ en | Following Page. _ Continued « on m Following Pace. 


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|r: when you rade ot \T\1 COLONIAL OLDSMOBILE CO. 
SALE PRICE A | 


* > 2 . 
, * 


| vn 2 ie We Are Closed May 30th 
$1095 0 seescres alles | So we are running this Sale for your Pleasure 


‘51 STUDE. #245 )-'51 MERC. . #295] | Vimy | be 
49 CHEV. . $135 ‘49 PLYM. . $175 : : 0 me n a n in ut 


‘50 OLDS. . $250 


’ DODGE “gn” 4-dr. Ne. 611. | z 
gs couve. o. «88. || ‘S) MERC, . $250 time to buy ; BI t 


Convertible. Ne. 584. is during our 
: .. 7170 
see | Secret 
1 DE. UA : v 1 aie s —~ if . 


ARE REALLY DELIVERING -THEM—SO HURRY!! 


11416 GEORGIA AVENUE 
IN THE HEART OF WHEATON, 


A =m } call Buy Your New Car if . ae The Most Modern and 
SALE PRICE | | Where You Get the Best Se Completely Equipped 
$8Q5 00 INCLUDES INSURANES and Most Service After > -£ - Service Department in 


AND FINANCE CHARGE SPE Cl ALS the Sale. | : ) | a 7 N Washington. 


"§] KAISER *150 | 41 CHEV....%68/9] NO CASH NEEDED [fp 
5] PLYM. . $295 | ‘49 CHEV... $99) ON APPROVED CREDIT i BRING YOUR WIFE “AND ) 


mee ORE on ON THESE FABULOUS BARGAINS 
50 OLDS ..9175 | I necteameenciat este 1956 OLDSMOBILE 
50 PLYM. . $170 ey > ede | | ‘56 FORD $ wre | Rocket Super “88” 4-drs., Hydra- 
‘49 FORD __ $99 450 | 1169 | matic, radio, heater & etc. In other § 
pte: ec eget, — i i words, fully equipped. Many color 
ER TE ‘5 5 CHEV ‘769 % ~— combinations to choose from. 
OF Pp ¢ DE LUXE MODELS CO. OFFICIAL CARS 


° . , ae. 
2-Deer. equipped FULL PRICE 


‘SS PLYM. ‘86980 GET YOUR NEW CAR BEFORE MEMORIAL nt 


"tiga gad | 30-MINUTE DELIVERY 
m OPEN 9 to’? DAILY | LOW RATE FINANCING 


SALE Page MONTH ‘52 CAD. 1469 a OPEN SUNDAY ALL DAY LOW DOWN PAYMENT 
Teeter g | Bemcicice ene | VISIT OUR AIR CONDITIONED SHOWROOMS AT 


AND FINANCE CHARGE Neleiaiaiaiaieiaial ATTENTION**++seeer4 


MILITARY PERSONNEL, GOVERNM sg in FLORIDA AVE ts ‘ 
" WO CA a Ne Des. MILITARY. PERSONNEL. ; | t y x : 


10 pace: FROM DOWNTOWN —— PLENTY OF ROOM TO PARK 


available. Ask about our i 

3-day uted 100% no-cost, 60-day or BR @ 

1,000-mile labor and material guarantee on BE & 

normal use and service of car. 

| THE RIGHT Te j 
AUTO DISCOUNT }f OLDSMOBILE Co. 
HOUSE & 1241 6th St. N.E. oo 


1510 RHODE ISLAND AVE., N.E. (at 6th & Florida Ave.) 


2241 Nichols Ave. SE. LU. 3-1051 CO. 5-8214 LIL 7-9340 


New Car Showroom—1800 Nichols Ave. SE. LU. 4-4400 


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mils ; aft os . oe . wbber. 
aeoeeins 
“CORA Binge satis Maribor! Klar 


'S6 Ramblers | 


Company Official Cars 
Wagons and Sedans 


$600 off | 


: 

Burrows Motor Co., Inc. | 
Washington's Oldest 
Hudson Dealer ; 

900 M St. SE tf. 4.8300 
Opposite Navy Yard 


price "839s A 
r bere Pi 
720 


real ag 6 
ke, tal 


From ‘ifs to 
styles. One-owner cars! 


OL. 2-9200 
“The Garage with @ 
Conscience” 


‘53 PLYMOUTH 


‘54 CHEVROLET 


Ralance GMAC 

Open Evenings Closed Sun. 10 min 
Addison Chevrolet JE. 3-3000 
: arte 4 


1éth and Fla. Ave. N.W. Service Dept 
HO. 2.7506 Sat. "til {~—Saieg ‘til 6 


from Pentagon 


af 
Balesroom ihe cont Ave. 


We Have Them! 
PACKARDS 


Sés. All body 


COVINGTON MOTORS 
7301 Wis. Ave. (Beth.) 


2-Deoor Sedan Siation Wagon. rv, and hk, 
FULL $8 ww, tires 
PRICE 
ten ved Y . -* miletece. car $1195 
eauippe eater . 
| eget ~ excellent condition. Fairfax Nash 
ar fafa } ‘ 
* Dewn Payment Se rs ’ pote aa iy ys 


Open ‘til 9 


Open 


| BUTLER-BARGAINS 


ee ee 


‘96 PONTIAC} 


TRADE-INS 
FULLY GUARANTEED 


Down Payments and Bank 
to Fit Your Budget 


PRICES SLASHED! LET'S DEAL 


Terms 


TODAY! 
Aer. $395 | A". $895 
tl) matic autematirc oe nemission: 


u OowN 
iednemnie ssion ear 30.000. tone finish looks and runs 


mile gusrantee. bank terme like new: real value; low as 
te it veur bedget, S95 down 

w’'SS Pont. ¢ 
4 rs , ae *% ‘50 Ford 


*295 


r Club Sedan 
_Auiomatic transmission. fully eauipped 
ies’ tires: shewreem cendi- 
good tires: ideal second car 
tien: low dewn parment. tom a6 816 Geen Golivers. 
54 chew. $1395 
ee "= von ‘S] Plym. sg 
eauipped:, ike new insise' pnd Cranbe 0 ¢ PY 
out: real sporty car: Deer 
> ag down: top trade om a. midnight g Pong finish: best 
deliar buy in tewn. See it te- 
day Low as $10 down. 
*' 53 Pont. $ 
oe 8 Stee 5} Ch 
ema’ r. and * ev. 


automatic transmission, De Luxe 4-Dr 


. res, power steering: r. and h.. aute- 595 


low mileage: one-owner car: matic transmission: one-ewner 
real beauty: low as 8195 car. See it teday—veu'll bay 
down, it. Lew as & 


“CASH OR TRADE FOR THE BEST 
PONTIAC DEAL SEE McNEIL” 


MeNeiil Pontiac 


7320 WISCONSIN AVE. OL. 4-8000 
“In the Heart of Bethesda” 


-- 


2636 Wilsen Bird. JA. 


Geed, low price transpertation. 
No money 
with goed cred 


1°51 Chevrolet Sedan $145 


‘49 Hudson 4-dr. .. 195 
‘S) Studebaker 2-Dr. 295 
‘S1 Henry J 2-dr. Sed. 145 
‘50 Stude. Cmdr. Sed. 345 
‘50 Stude. Cham. Sed. 295 
‘49 Buick Sup. Sed.. 195 
‘51 Stude. Cham. Sed. 345 
‘48 Chrysler Sedan., 195 
‘48 Pontiac 4-dr. 95 


j LEE D. BUTLER, Inc. 
1121 21st Street N.W. 
District 7-0111 


LINCOLN-MERCURY 


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Saturday, prs eo 


‘SS Ford 


Country goqee 
seats, fr. 


STATION 
WAGONS 


‘5S Plymouth 


Placa 2%-deor, 
& bh. 


6-erl., 


‘54 Pontiac 


Ferder, 3% 
» Foerdomatic. 


r. 


door. 3 seats, fr. & kh. 


{- , 
Hydra-Matiec. 


& &.. 
All Exzceptionaily 


Washi 
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USED CARS 


‘52 Chevrolet 


De texe 4-deer: 3 seats, r. 
powerglide. 


Clean 


ARCADE PONTIAC 


= ‘% - ~ pee 


2 BIG 
USED CAR DISPLAYS 
1437 Irving St. N. 
3460 14th 64, N.W, 


SPECIAL BUYS 


ON °55 PONTIACS! 


ee 
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‘55 PONT., $2295 


tar Chief Custom 4-de.. KR. & 

se Srere-5 Matic. ay Steer- 

—. — — full leather in- 
¢. 30-day, © 


edan., 


"55 PONT., $2095 


Beautifal t-tene 
and tle grey 


je and 
tires, “riven only 


sendiitens! po My oy aotunn mates. 


Fer many years, as Wash 
have been headatarters for 
~—We give you 


e quality. guaran u 


n's eldest Chevrolet Dealer. a 


qa 
Connecticut Ave. quality at 


Suds a Ff 


ears 
rices! 


‘SS Chevrolet . $1695 
Bel Air “8” 4-dr.: coral and 
srey finish: ©. on h.. turn 
signals. clus many ether uselal 
accessories. Car Ne. 292. 


‘SS Mercury ..$1895 


t-dr.: t%-tene blee: eenleped, 
b.. Ssoroometic. diree- 


tie iy signals, immeculste 
threugheut. Car Ne. 326. 
ie eee se... . $1095 


i-dr.: beige over biue: vr. and 
directional signals: very 
267. 


h.. 
geod tires. Car Ne. 2 


RE. 7-7887 


‘53 Chevrolet . 


Bel 


‘51 


1130 CONN. 


(Opposite Mayflower Hotel) 
Visit Our Two Used Car Lots: 18th St. Between L and M 


b.. lirdr 
interter. Car Ne. 27 


AVE. N.W. 


Aly 4-ér.: 


We tnvite 


good tires. Car 


Pontiac . 


& black finish; 
ra- ~Maties aon 


.$995 


Sherweed green 
ever campus cream: r. and b.. 
Powergtide. 
inspection and 
Ne. 317. 


‘53 Chevrolet . 


3 “anes harber bive rE My 
very 


read. test. Car 


.$795 


.$545 


r. 


ulate 


Easy GMAC Terms 


Open ‘Til 9 P.M. 


yeur 


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McKEE PONTIA 


< 


In Washington, D. C.. Pontiac Means McKee 


1828 L ST. N.W. ST. 3-71 


00 


IS TRADING HIGH because... 


DISTRICT 
DODGE-P/lymouth 


an 


WASHLIGTON'S NEWEST FACTORY DIRECT DODGE PLYMOUTH DEALER 


SH. 
al 


EM. 2-9724 


154 DE SOTO 4-DR. 


1495 


1955 CHEVROLET 


6-cyl., Del Ray Club Cpe. Heater. All 
Vinyl! interior. Tu-Tone ivory and Red. 


1954 FORD 


6-Cylinder Coupe. Radio and Heater. 
LOW MILEAGE. 


1953 CHEVROLET 


De luxe 4-Door Sedan. Heater and 
Powerglide. 


‘53 CADILLAC 51995 


62—4-Door Sedan—R. & H.—Hydra— 
slack Finish—One Owner—Low Mileage 


1954 1952 
BUICK DE SOTO 


4.Dr. 8. & H. w/w Firedome ‘8’ 4-Deor 
Tires. Iv/Lt Blue R. & H. Auto Trans. 


$] 395 Power Steering 


LOW DOWN PAYMENT- BANK FINANCING 


Hicks 


bach _SEORSA, AVE. Phone RA.. 3-0100 


Open © AM. to 9 PM, 


YOU GET A 
BETTER USED CAR 
at 
STEWART 
BUICK 


a GALORE 


‘55 Buick tod cH CVROLET, 


clean: ay 


‘50 giao He 


it for "56 Readmaster. In per- 
fect condition. Seotions interior. 


Impossible to list all the fea- | BR. and h., wer- 

tures, Will go fast at this price. | flide, new seat 53951 
covers: new Va. 
inspection; extra 

‘54 Mercury clean. 

soaterey Soar’ , 

Mercomatic . = , + Victoria: 

tir Light sefay Fordomatic i$ 

finish, Biack interior Here RA finish. Like 

eday an gone temerrow at rt inside & out 

this price! 


ag 32 Willys 
tre ek $395 


‘51 Chrysler 
eo on defrost- deltentes automatic 
‘51 Oldsmobile 


Windeor De luxe $595 
transmission. 


edan. Heater < 
‘53 Plymouth 


res. Eu- 


se es $595 ved a — yt $845 
'S4 Hudson ‘tr ‘50. Oldsmosile 
Wasp 4-dr 


mh ° . e finish, 
Hyd 


*395 


153 CHRYSLER 


B. eae 2 ie 


‘$995 


‘52 HENRY J. 


tra cu 
Heater 4 detrester, 8 in vo 
extra clean. 
VA. inspection. 295 heme ¥, $y 195 


‘50 STUDEBAKER “46 PLYMOUTH 


Ba $195 | erm ~ 9150 


con 


> Others Equally As Clean and Priced Correspondingly Lo- 


STEWART BUICK 


1525 WILSO IN BLVD caren! ye ee 
5h 


cay ¥ i Vv 


. 'OseC0 Sunda v5 


M Open Sethu 


caine” cha tele tr a ae 


2-dr. 


TORE HERA STOTT TTY 


adv 


“6” 2-door sedan. 


+'53 Belvedere» 


55 VICT. Sf 285: 


Sedan “6"; equipped. 


ertised. 


"6" 


W175 
Us 


No cash needed 
on approved credit 


For credit approval ‘call 


RE. 7-3890 
Bob Wilson 


3rd & K Sts. N.W. 
This Is Our Main Location 
“The Big Lot on the Corner.” 
Military personnel welcomed! 


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wn Satisfaction q 

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‘55 Hard to ee ‘796 
‘53 FORD »- ‘385; 


PRICE 


Servicemen all grades we give you the same 
| quick credit service we give Washingtonians. 


Immediate Delivery 
On Approved Credit 


Irv Martin 


12th & K Sts. N.W. 


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4301 CONNECTICUT AVE. H.W. fe) ng viack witll 
FORMERLY YHE LOCATION OF LEO ROCCA rt tone arecn “4a sedan. velne or: power «illg 
| FOR 17 YEARS THE HOME OF DODGE PLYMOUTH rIRE OMe! orf! uA “arive, poet s ign rnitewalls; many ¢* se 
y ing: neatetT an ,er. sill W isc. Ave. i : 
— ‘ - mileage, one ve No. 37 $I at - 
H St. - 
No. 3939 at 610 
153 MERC. 4 D 
ALL RECONDITIONED 154 CHEV. 2-DR. 
O 
OPEN WED. MAY 30 1045 1095 
TWO GREAT LOCATIONS reen finish vn radio and heater. 
ain.” ortginal a ne owner Gray with rT na 
— ~~ ~ - j y Laver si} ota 1a. 
Sg NORTHWEST NORTHEAST with a No. 3146 at 5500 Ager 
} 17th AND M STS. $ 616 RHODE ISLAND +411 Blad. Rd. N-E. 
Di. 7-8196 ,AVE.N.E. DU. 7-5200 No, 1104 # © 
‘$5 Buick ....$2297 | ‘55 Buick ... $2497 153 BUICK 2-DR. 
Century Seesewe power steer- Super Hardtes: power seteer- | 
ine. Dyn ing: Dynaflow. ’ OLDS CONV. 
$5 Buick ....$2097 | "ss Buick... $2297 53 $825 
Hardtop, Model 46-R Hardton 1-Doer Sedan 
‘SS Buick ... $1897 Buick... $1897 1395 O vom with raat and 
4-Deor Sedan. 2-Deor Sedan; Dynaflew. Sea- Beice and mar 
"54 Buick ..$1797 | ‘54 Buick $1497 PER “88” CONVERT arive; neater hee. NI. 
Super Hardiep; Dynaflew t-Deer Sedan; Drnafilew. ae r we onic eye. No 3483 at sill Wisc. At 
‘54 Buick ....$1397.| ‘53 Buick ....$1347 ower orakes: & se, NE- a 
?-Deoer Sedan, Super Cenvertible; Dynafiow Ne. "! aft 610 H 
‘52 Buick .. $797 | ‘53 Buick ....$1047 
4-Deer Sedan. Sedan 
i Sees $697 | ‘51 Buick $647 
Sedan. t-Deor Sedani Dynafiew 
‘50 Buicks $497 | ‘50 Buick . .$447 
Sedans Sedan: Dynafilow. 
‘53 Chevrolet .$1047, | ‘49 Buick ..... $347 
Bel Air Sedan: Poweretlide Super Sedan 
‘50 Cadillac $1097 | ‘53 Chevrolet . $797 
"62" Sedan: Hydra-Matic t-Deor Sedan ‘S] PACK. 2. OR. $545 
‘50 Chrysler $497 | ‘51 Chrysler $597 ‘48 PONT. 4-DR. $65 | Licht ereen with ultra dv 
Wipdseor Custom Sedan Windser Sedan; Hydra-Matie. ‘ No 3 717 75 nee? 274 pee tes. rece ote a. NE ‘No. "3050 
‘48 Dodge $197 | ‘49 Dodge ..... $347 Bis CHEV. CLE. CP.395 ‘46 DODGE 4-DR.. $79 
Sedan. ‘Clean.) Sedan a 901 ie 5500 “how ] Rd ‘31 FOI FORD 4- god Bott. pete * sae edie apa a . 
'S3 De Soto ... $947 | ‘48 De Soto .. .$197 ‘42 PLYM. 2-DR. $75 | wish radio ahd "heater No | ‘47 CHEV $149 
2Deor sedsa. Custom Sedan. Pose 32 ot le, | SS ee ma an SEDAE. sooteue, Me 
‘53 Ford 1297 | ‘51 F | ‘53 PONT. $74 wo-tone green medio | NE at Glo it Bi 
goons ie an» laws fd hy Sedan; EE hd Hydra Give “tah Od a and neater No. adie Mii "$0 STUDE. 4- 4- oR. $195 
ordem - . ' u adi 
3 . ‘50 FOR R. Ne. 309: $i 
‘51 Ford ..... $547 | sievterr iardide: dicroomeue || > (30 CHEV. 2-08. $295 | cus Naga ag abs Syd 
-8" 2%-Deor. ’ “o0Qr Orne uxe. green wit sf: Faclo eter “62” sedan, black “¢ 
‘ gad & No we ae 2411 Bla ' . va 
S] Mercury .. $597 Sf Olds So" $1797 edie. eater 3384 ; at dens No, 2688 a ott Wise ‘ek 
Sedan. steering. " cH bh ag ‘4- 3 2445 “47 Cev ne. $175 way with radio and heaier. 
‘S1 Olds $747 | '52 Olds "88" . $747 Boo hair ina.“ Oe | Giewe "we. 008 ac si | Jay Cuey: a-R SOB 
“S8" De Luxe Sedan; Hydra 2-Doer Sedan: Hydra-Matic | 4 ‘a7 BuIce 4- “OR. $35 "So ‘stub CB. cP $295 Plee poster. eter with © 
a 52 Plymouth , $697 "50 Studebaker $297 pater. Ni ae eet 4 241i Blue with radio ‘and ‘heater and eater Ave. me, vv we 
Cencerd Sedan. Sedan Biadensbu a Rd No. 3866 at 610 H St. NE 
All Cars Thoroughly Reconditioned \A 
EMERSON & ORME Lease 
. . LYS 2-DR. : 


* | 


‘Wecccieeeed £ 


Finance 
Company 


‘94 Mercury 
Monterey 


Hardtop, Mercomatic, “8”. Sold as is. 
Car No. 1986, 


SEE 


A great value. 


— ee 


‘875 Total 
No Cash Needed With 
Good Credit 


Take Over Payments 
For credit approval call 


TU. 2-4200 
BILL ROSS: 


7400 Georgia Ave. N.W. 
Open Daily 9 *til 9 


Forerarerarera wwrerewerw area 


Oo 


$525 


een tip 
8 —e yeater. 


ah FF ith 


spot 
ive, radi 0 


¢ 241! Bladensburg Rd. 


AERO 
overal 


No. 37 ila 


~~ 


‘795 


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with 
eam finish i 
a 
CONVEY ae Ng Ful ly equi ippe 
rom 
' NUE. 


51 at 610 H St. 


No. 37 


peluxe * 


1195 


ih 
an. blue am ind 
a slide; radio and 
0 » 
3140 at 5900 iger Rd. 
No. 


‘52 CHEVY. 4-DR. 


‘575 


Fe. 

-tone blue with Pow 
wo- 

aio and neater 


glide, t® 
at $lll Wisc. Ave NW. 


No. 3898 


a a a ee ' 
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ye. 


15 BUICK SPT. CPE: 


$975 


’ 
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PIII AAAI II AAISSAIAAAAIN 


fa an wit n Dynatlo ow, radio 
green 
a4 neate 
' 240 at 2411 Bludensbur8 Rd. 
No. 22 2 


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power & 


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2411 Bladensburg Rd., KE 
: LA. 6-7277° 
| Neer South Dotote Avenue | 
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Gl ain Mess baaeossubcrea ic. ds ae 


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Buy from the largest Chevrolet dealer in Washington, Maryland and Virginia 


vabacwitne, Saeod ae nO 


- OPEN DAILY ‘TIL 9 PM SAT ‘TIL 6—CLOSED SUNDAY <\- 


sill Wisconsin hve, X w 
EM. 3-9394 


Serung North wes? 


1295 


drive, 
Hydra. 
wie | and nesver. 


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peering. 


3455 at 5500 Ager Re 


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AP. 7-7361 


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» May 26, 1956 


atic, 
ull pry. 38 


¥—1950 4-door: 
‘’s tal. a 


4-dr. 
“Fan price: 


& Rr. 1 


geacertit 


wre 
b ce with white to 1.} 
n Cadillac Olds 
ene miles ~ one ca rw os 
ee oy Baek 
a Soir Li aneny “JAN 


LL | 3715 Bladensbure Rd 


Bri ER's co 6t 
. AP. 71-1929 : _ Open 


1956 5 DEMONSTRATORS 
8 MERCURYS 
3 LINCOLNS 


LOW MILEAGE 
This is an opportunity for you to get a big 


BOYLE MOTOR SALES 
ATL RL Are BE. FO. 2 


ng b. 
845 down. 
ave. 


a. 


SBVtE RPE SALES 


HO, 22008. 
MERCUR 


Age . 


Daily. 9-9 


discount or a tremendous allowance on your 


present car. 
These cars will move quickly 
See us today 
(New car title and warranty) 


“LEE D. BUTLER, INC. 
-' _ LINCOLN-MERCURY 


©1121 —2 1st Street, N.W. 


BILL ADAMS 


NEW 
SALES LOT 


Grand 


pening 


One city block of cars. 
“galesmen to serve you. 
Open 9 A.M. ’Til 8 P.M. 

For This Special Sale 


SAT. & SUN. 


"56 CHEV. 599 


899 


Plenty of courteous 


moter. black beantr 


} at we om - leveliest Bei 


“56 CHEV. 


‘ —- Bel Air, BR. & H., 


“55 PLYM. 


ge ee »pardiee. Powerflite, RK. & Bs 


‘55 


19 


DOWN 


195 


CROWN ve 


poventes and white. RB. & H.. Ferdematic, 
~w. tires, ready te rell 


Special 


‘55 CHEV. 


2.door * 
less tires. 


FULL PRICE 


795 


FULL PRICE 


ni os 


Special 


‘53 CHEV. 


2-door. R.&H. 


6’, green. Heater and tube- 


Special 


‘51 FORD 


Needs $35 worth of 
Custom “8° 2-door 


FULL PRICE 


595 


‘53 VICTORIAS ‘Q 


Fords. Ferdomatic: BR. & H.. t-tene paint 
eon all. (3 te cheose _& m). 
power steering 1 j 


‘55 PONTIAC ; 
$ 


Catalina. 
Starchiefs. 


‘54 OLDS 


2-dr. “88”. blee and erayr. 
and brakes, very sharp. 


‘93 FORD 


very clean heater 


pewer ony Oe 


pewer brakes, 
(2? te cheese from.) 


~ Wagon. 
ad meandard a 


55 MERCURY $ 


Hardtes. KR. & H.. Mercematiec. 


‘53 PONTIAC 


Convertible. bive. BR. & H. Hydra-Matic. 
- 


‘54 PONTIAC 


Cony. Starchief, red. R. a H., Hydra-Matic. 


$ 


‘95 
ILL ADAMS 


BIG SALES LOT 
3909 Minnesota Ave. N.E. 


Conn. & Florida Aves. N.W. 


eet i i i hi te ee he hhh hh i i A L. 


/ 


' 


vans equipped, speteding 
ace 


' agerera 


‘al 


M 
| ese nerupholsiern, and W. 


313 AY Ave, NW, 


'HARDTOPS, 4-DR., 2-DR. | 
HOOS 


STA 


eoupe. 
w-w 


. rT. 
or best 6 . JA. 


h.. 
we owner. 
pares onterey 2 
Overdrive a ona _ 
eomndy clean inside 
mileage t Mer 
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« To Speak 
In District 


The Rev. Ernest A. South- 
cott, a leader in the Angli- 
can Parish and. People 
Movement, will preach Sun- 

# eft day at 11 a. m. in. the Wash- 
“i 388° per ington Cathedral. 
ariinaton, Wa If people won't come to 
WILLYS—'ss sedan delivery: heat- the church the church must 
t $695 a Fl 6134 é‘ : 

1237 East-West BO to the people, is the idea 
5-704 tH) 9 behind the movement. In 
* one year, in Canon South- 
cott'’s parish in Leeds, Eng- 
land, 500 homes were 
') opened for regular services, 

meetings and discussions. 
Another guest speaker 
- Sunday will be the Rev. 
| Thomas Allan, minister of 

St. George's Throne Churce }, 
* Glasgow, Scotland. and 
chairman of the Billy Gra- 
ham’s All-Scotland Crusade. 
He will speak at the New 
York Avenue Presbyterian 
‘Church at 9:30 and 11 a. m. 

Other guest preachers 


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will commemorate the feast 
qay of Sts. Constantine and 
Helen with services tonight 
at 7:30 and Sunday at 10:30 
a.m 

At both services prayers 
will be offered for the 
health of the Rev. Thomas 
,\L. Daniels, who has been at 
Georgetown University 
Hospital six weeks with a 
‘liver ailment. 

The services will be held 
at Sts. Constantine and 
HHelen Greek Orthodox 
Church, 4115 16th st. nw. 

Five priests will chant 
the Supplication to. the 
Blessed Virgin Mary for the 
health of Father Daniels at 
the service tonight. 

The Sunday service will 
be a Solemn Divine Litur- 
The Very Rev. Archi- 
mandrite Aimilianos La- 
loussis, pastor of S*. So 
phia’s Greek Orthodox Ca- 
thedral, and the Rev. Deme- 
trios Kalaris, assistant pas- 
‘tor, will conduct the serv- 
ice. 


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Temple to Start 
New Building 


Ground-breaking cere-. 
monies will be held at 7 
p. m. today for the new 
building of Temple Sinai 
Reform Congregation at 
3ist st. and Military rd. nw, 

A special Havdalah serv- 
ice will be a feature of the 
rites inaugurating the $500,- 
000 building program, ac- 
cording to Rabbi Balfour 
‘Brickner, spirityal leader 
of the congreation. David 
Yentis recently was elected 
president of the congrega- 
‘tion. Other officers are: 

Albert Mesirow, first vice 
president; Philip Schiff, sec- 
‘ond vice president; Irene 
_Koenigsberger, third vice 
president; Paul Burman, 
treasurer; Allan V. de Ford, 
assistant treasurer; Irving 
Schiller, secretary, and Mil- 
ton Fleisher, financial sec- 
retary. 


Rey. F. R. Isaac 
‘Named Vicar 


The Right Rev. Angus 
‘Dun, Episcopal Bishop of 
| Washington, announced yes- 
‘terday. the appointment of 
ithe Rev. F. Reid Isaac as 
first vicar of a new Episco- 


h pal mission in Defense 
Was - Heights, Md. 

| A site for the mission, on 
‘Defense hwy., near River- 
dale, has been bought 
with funds from the Build- 
|ers- for-Christ campaign con- 
ducted two years ago. When 
a temporary location is 
found the new vicar will 
lorganize a congregation and 
Start services. 

| Mr. Isaac, son of an offi- 
‘cial of the Baltimore Meth- 
joist Conference, has been 
‘a curate at St. Columbia's 
‘Episcopal Church the past 
two years. 


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tire present indebtedness 
and clear the way for a new 
sanctuary. 

The Rev. Dr. William Ver- 
non Middleton, Executive 
Secretary, Section of Home 
Missions, Methodist Church, 
will speak at 9:30. and il 
a. m. on “The Spiritual 
Value of Raising Money.” 

The congregation, now 
numbering 700, moved into 
the educational unit of its 
‘proposed church February 

of last year. 


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Ask Mamie Eisenhower. Being First Lady 
isn’t all chic chapeaux and chicken a la king 
It’s also checking routine grocery bills and 
tending to countless other tasks that can't 
quite be described as glamorous. ‘Ruth Mont- 
gomery tells you the full, fabulous story in a 
new series on “Candidates For First Lady,” 
starting Sunday in The Washington Post and 
Times Herald. Watch for it. 


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THE WASHINGTON POST al TIMES HERALD. 
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SHOP THE HECHT CO. FIRSL 
FOR EVERY DAY 


LOW-LOW PRICES @ rs 


NATIONALLY 


ADVERTISED 


Oscillating 10 in. Fan 
Oscillating 12 in. Fan 
All Purpose Fan 
Hassock Circulating Fan 
10 in. Kitchen Exhaust Fan 
20 in. Exhaust Window Fan 
20-in Reversible Window Fan 
20 in. Portable Window Fan 
Twin Window Fan 
8 in. Utilitv Fan 
20 in. Mobile Fan aia 
Hunter 18 in. Reversible Window Fan ... 
Hunter 22 in. Reversible Window Fan ... 
Hunter Twin Window Fan .. , 
Vornado 2-Speed Desk Fan 
Vornado Kitchen Exhaust 
Vornado Exhaust Window Fan 
Vornado Twin Window Fan 
Vornado Casement Window Fan 
Vornado Reversible Window Fan sn 
Vornado 20 in. Exhaust Window Fan ... 
Vornado Exhaust Window Fan 
Alaskan 20 in. Exhaust Window Fan 
Alaskan 22 in. Exhaust Window Fan . 
ith Floor, Washington 


GE Portable Mixer (white, colors) 

GE Electric Mixer . 

GE Electric Mixer ; 

Sunbeam Portable Mixer ... 

Sunbeam Mixmaster (Blender Attachment) 

Sunbeam Mixmaster Uuicer Attachment) 

Hamilton Beach Portable Mixer 

Hamilton Beach pune (with timer) 

Waring Blendor, 2-speed 

Osterizer, 2-speed 

Knapp-Monarch Liquidizer | copes, chrome) 49 
ith Floor, Washington 


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GE Waffle tron & Sandwich Grill 
Universal Waffle & Sandwich Grill 
Westinghouse Waffle & Sandwich Grill 
Knapp-Monarch Waffle & Sandwich Grill 
7th Floor, Washington 


GE Steam iron 

GE Dry tron 

GE Steam-Travel tron 
Universal Steam fron 
Universal Dry tron 

Sunbeam Steam. lron 
Knapp-Monarch Steam tron . 


7th Floor, Washington 
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GE 2-Slice Toaster 
Toastmaster Deluxe Toaster 
Toastmaster Super Deluxe Toaster 
Sunbeam 2-Slice Toaster 
Universal ‘‘Toastamagic’’ Toaster 

7th Floor, Washington 


VP127 Film 
VP120 Film 
VP620 Film 
TX127 Film 
TX620 Film 
Kodachrome 8mm Magazine film 4.65 
Kodachrome 16mm Magazine film>6 95 
Kodachrome 16mm roll film ... 
Polaroid Film No. 3 
Polaroid Film No. 
Polaroid Film No 
Polaroid Film No. 
Polaroid Film No 
Kodachrome 8mm 
Street Floor, Washington 


Heeht Co 
Price 


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Entire Stock of Nationally 
Advertised Watches, 


40% to 50% Off List Prices 
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Elain Man's Watch 
Elgin Lady's Watch 
Elgin Lady's Watch 
Eigin Man's Watch 
Bulova Lady's Watch 
Bulova Man‘’s Watch 
Bulova Lady's Watch 
Longines Lady's Watch 
Longines Man's Watch 
Wittnauer Lady's Watch 
Wittnauer Man's Watch 
Hamilton Man's Watch 
Benrus Man's Watch ie i 
Benrus Lady's Watch ... 
Cruen Lady's Watch 
Gruen Man's Watch 
Gruen Man's Watch 
Gruen Man's Watch 


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Brownie Hawkeye Kit 

Browme Holiday Kit 

Kodak Duaflex !V Kit 

Brownie Hawkeye Camera 

Kodak Tourist !| Camera 

Polaroid Camera, Mode! 80 erry * 
Argus C-3 Camera, Case & Flash 

Kodak Browhie Holiday 

Argus A.4 Color Kit 

Polaroid Camera, Model 95A 


Street Floor, Washington 


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69.59 59.99 
66.50 49.99 

495 3.99 
4450 39.95 
8975 71.98 


Brownie Movie Camera {2.7 
Brownie Movie Camera {1.9 46/7 37. 50 
Brownie Movie Camera Turret model {1.9 7950 64.50 
Keystone K-25. £1.8. Dial-a-Matic 59.95 .47.99 
Keystone K-28 Turret with 1.9 lens and 

87.95 72.50 


#3.5 telephoto 
Bell" & Howell Tri Lane Piers ret with {1.9 

159.95 127.99 
49.95 39.95 


lens model 134-TA 
59.95 49.95 


Bell & Howell mode! 252, 2.3 lens 
Bell & Howell £1.9 lens 


Street Floor, Washington 


Hecht Co 


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Kodak Merit Projector 
Metal Slide File wd 2 for $5 
Case with 12 Trays for TOC Projector v 13. 
Optivue 35mm Viewer with case . iit 
Bell & Howell TDC 303 . 


Street Floor, Washington 


Brownie Movie Projector, 1.6 lens .... 

Bell & Howell Regent 

Bell & Howell Statesman 

Brumberger 200° 8mm Reel Chest 

Manstield 8mm and lé6mim Movie Film 
Splicer 

Radiant Screen and Case. 30x40" 


Street Floor, Washington 


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Sunbeam Shavemaster, Model W 
Sunbeam Shavemaster, Model WB 
Reminaton Foursome 

Remington “60° Deluxe 


Schick “25” 


- GE 2-9 Cup Percolator (Reheat switch) 
GE 3-9 Cup Percolator 

Universal 8 Cup Percolator 

Universal 10 Cup Percolator . 

8 Cup 


7th Floor, Washington 


Sunbeam Coffee-Master, 


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Sunbeam Cooker-Fryer 
Westinghouse Cook-n-Fryer . 
Roto-Broil Cooker-Fryer (chrome, copper) 
Sunbeam 10 in. Electric Frv Pan 
Sunbeam 11 in. Electric Fry Pan 
Universal Electric Fry Pan 

GE Electric Fry Pan 

Roto-Broil Electric Fry Pan 

Roto-Broil ‘400° Capri Broiler . 


7th Floor, Washington 


Regina Waxer-Twin Brush 
Regina Electric Broom 


7th Floor, Washington 


Stock at 30% Off List Price! 
Sauce Pan, 1% Ot. Special! 

Sauce Pan, 2 Ot., Covered 

3 Or... Covered 

Sauce Pan, 4 Ot., Covered 

Sauce Pan, 5 Ot., Covered 

Sauce Pot, 4 Ot., Covered 

Sauce Pot, 6 Ot.. Covered 

Sauce Pot, 8 Ot., Covered 

Dutch Oven, 6 Ot.. Covered 

Double Boiler, 12 Ot., Covered 

Double Boiler, 2 Ot., 
Double Boiler, 12 Pt., 
Skillets, Covered, 6-in. 
Skillet, Covered, 8-in. 

Skillet, Covered, 10-in. 
Skillet, Covered, 12-in. 
Percolator, 6-Cup 


Entire 


Sauce Pan, 


Covered 
Covered 


Percolator, 8-Cup 

Dripolator, 8-Cup . 

Tea Kettle, 2 QOt., Whistling 

Tea Kettle, 3 QOt., Whistling 

Breakfast Unit-Poacher . 

22-In. Utensil Rack (4 adj. hangers) .... 
31 %-in. Deluxe Shelf Rack (10 hangers) . 
Beginner's Set 

Eleven-Purpose Set 

Kitchen Jewel Set 


ith Floor, Washington 


Phone Day or Night: NA. 8-5100 


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you get all these 
“extras” at no 
extra charge 
when you shop 
at The Hecht Co. 


extra guarantee 


Every item on this page is backed 
not only by the manufacturer 
but by The Hecht Co. as well. 
Double assurance! 


extra service 


You can depend upon the cour- 
teous, helpful Hecht Co. sales 
people to make your shopping 
always a pleasure. 


extra selection 


Because The Hecht Co. is so big, 
you'll find the widest choice of 
these famous brand items. No 
treking from store to store. 


extra credit 
facilities 


You can charge any of your pur- 
chases to your Hecht Co. account, 
On larger items, you have the ad- 
vantages of any of The Hecht 
Co.’s Credit Plans, which are 
tailor-made to make your pur- 
chasing easier than ever. 


extra beauty, 
extra comfort 
while shopping 


Everyone says it’s a pleasure to 
shop the beautiful, well-lighted, 
air-cooled surroundings of The 
Hecht Co., and when you can 
save money with values like 
these, your pleasure is doubled. 


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