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Bikini Atoll in the 


at 12.000 feet. 50 miles northwest of the target. 


This sequence shows in color the giant fire- 
ball from the May 21 test detonation over 


Pacific. Phéte was taken 


Seen 


The Weather 


Today—Mostly cloudy, sh 
high in middle 70s. 


or thunderstorms. Frida 


tures: High, 74 at 4:05 p. m.; low, 47 at 


Monday—Partly 
cloudy, warmer with scattered showers 


owers likely, 


y's tempera- 


5:45 a.m. (Details on Page Bz2.) 


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the fireball can 


vaporized coral, sand and water. The Air Force photos 


Photographed at an altitude of 10,000 feet, ap- 
proximately 50 miles southwest of ground sero, 


were taken with a K-24 aerial 


be seen through clouds and 


film, exposure range 1/400 at 11 stop. The conventional 
mushroom cloud formed 10 minutes after this sequence 
but clouds obscured much of it from view. 


camera, on Ektachrome 
as one at left and 


* ball, 3 miles in dia 


This phate was taken from the same position 


shortly after it. The fire- 
meter, was formed by the 


first H-bomb ever dropped from a U. 8. airplane. 


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Speculators 
Cash In on 
Slum Area 


Home Trade 


Traders Get Rich, 
But House Buyers 
Lose in Program 
To Clear Southwest 


By Robert C. Albrook 


Staff! Reporter 
Hunting a home for her 
mother, three-year-old 
daughter and herself, Mayme 
J. Riley searched the homes 
for colored want ads in hous- 
ing-tight Washington in 1951 
and found what looked to her 

like “a good deal.” 


$72.50 a month—she bought a 


run-down 50-year-old house in , 


the Southwest slums. 

“It was garbage,” concedes 
the “wholesaler” .wha'd bought 
it six months before for less 
than half what Mayme. paid, 
“but good garbage.” 

The price and terms, a gov- 
ernment appraiser later was to 
say in court, were “almost 
criminal.” 

But Mayme, sitting in her 
tiny front yard (which actually 
was District property, not part 
of her ‘'6by-50-foot lot) was 
happy—in 1951. Her job as a 
clerk with the Civil Service 
Commission was within walking 
distance, and the Southwest 
Health Center was nearby for 
her arthritic mother. 

Today Mayme’'s “good deal” 
has gone about as sofir as a 
deal can go, and the repercus- 
sions may make real estate 
history. 

She has lost the house and 
her job and is $1900 in debt. 
For 30 months’ occup-ncy, she 
laid out nearly $3500 in pay- 
ments and repairs. 

Ten days ago, the U. S. Court 
of Appeals ruled, 2-1, that a 
$7000 condemnation jury award 
for the Riley house wasn't 
enough, declaring in the strong 
language that the settle- 
ment trampled on Mayme’s 
constitutional rights to home 
ownership, “the highest form of 
property known to the law.” 

if the decision stands, the 
whole future of slum clearance 
and redevelopment could be 
drastically altered here and 
throughout the country, offi- 


cials believe. It could, in their 


opinion, put a prohibitively 


high price tag on redevelop- 


ment for anything: but the most 
expensive new uses, 
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Index, Page 2 


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Dr. Venorika Troost (who has a twin broth- 
For $9950—$300 down and, er) ehecks on progress of 5-year-old triplets 
Paul, Earl and Carl Higgins (from left) after 


Triplets’ Tonsils Tripped Up by a Twin 


ley Hospital. The triptets, all doing fine, are 
sons of Gallaudet College Professer and 
Mrs. Francis C. Higgins. The family makes 


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Bombers on 


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Some SAC Planes 
To Be Readied for 
H-Attack in Case 
Of Sudden Blow 


By John G. Norris 
Staff Reporter 

The Air Force plans to put 
part of its Strategic Air Com- 
mand on an “alert’’ basis, 
ready to take off on a hydro- 
gen bomb attack in a matter 
‘of minutes. 

Gen. Curtis E. LeMay, SAC 
_Commander-in-Chief, disclosed 
‘the newly-approved program in 
testimony released by . Senate 
Armed Services Subcommittee 
yesterday. He said it was de- 
cided upon to enable SAC te 
“more effectively deal with (a) 
Soviet surprise attack and be in 


By Vic Casamento. Stall Photographer 


she performed a triple tonsillectomy at Sib- its home at 10508 43d ave., Beltsville, Md. 


‘The Rebels’ Are Captured 


11 Juveniles, Aged 9 to,16, Rounded Up 
In Year-Long Area Housebreakings 


By: Michael Monroney 
Staff Reporter 


Sixth Precinct detectives yes-| 


terday rounded up an 11-mem- 
ber geng of juveniles calling 
themselves “The Rebels”. and 
charged them in a year-long 
series of housebreakings in the 
District and two adjoining 
Maryland counties. 

Youngest of the 11 taken in- 
to custody was the 9-year-old 
brother of two other gang 
members, used mostly as a 
lookout, po:ice said. The oldest 
was 16 and three teen-aged 
girls played key parts in the 
gang's depredations, authori- 
ties said. 

Some of the suspects recent- 
ly showered their fellow stu- 
dents with gifts of jewelry, the 
proceeds of a $5000 burglary on 
May 14 at the Discount Whule. 
salers Show Room, 5553 South 
Dakota ave. ne. 

Their largesse, accor 
Detective Sgts. Vernon 
per and Teddy Thanos, played 
a part in the capture of the 
gang which “has given us fits 
,for months.” 
| The gang is charged specifi- 
cally with 10 housebreakings 


such asiin the District, they said, and 


_Montgomery and Prince 
/'Georges County authorities are 
\readying six others against 
them. 

Culpepper and Thanos gave 
‘this account of the escapades 
leading immediately tothe 
jround-up of the gang: 

A -l2-yearold girl and two 
15-year-old boys, described as 
ithe “core” of the gang, stole a 
'Florida-licensed car the night 
pe the jewelry theft and the 
inext day started for Florida on 
$43 in cash they obtained in a 
housebreaking at an auto seat 
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leover store on upper Georgia 
ave. 

They ran out of gas at Peters- 
burg, Va., and thinking a filling 
station attendant suspicious of 
them, they abandoned the car 
and started walking. A short 
distance down the highway, 
they decided to go for a swim 
in a little creek which flows 
under the road. The girl 
nearly drowned and her narrow 
brush with death prompted her 
to call her family from the 
nearest telephone. Her father, 
assured only that she had been 
hitchhiking south with the 
boys, went down and brought 
her back. 

The boys refused to return, 
stole a second car but were 
jailed by the sheriff of Dinwid- 
die County for speeding. 
10 days they defied authorities 
'to identify them, taunting their 
captors with request for a jail 
term “because Virginia jails 
are sq easy to break out of.” 


their masquerade as “John Doe 
and Richard Roe” under sepa- 
rate questioning by FBI agents 
called in from Petersburg. Cul- 
pepper and Thanos accom- 
panied them back to Washing- 
ton from Hopewell, Va. 

Culpepper said one of the 
boys told him his idol was Wil- 
lie (The Actor) Sutton, noto- 
rious New York criminal. Re- 
minded that Willie currently is 
‘behind jail bars through which 
he has looked for most of his 
adult life, the boy’ countered 
that he had ‘planned to 
“smarter than Sutton” in that 
respect. 

A portion of the jewelry loot 
was scattered willy-nilly on the 
roof of a school some of the 
suspects attended, but $1500 
worth of rings were recovered 
in more melodramatic fashion 
The youngsters had buried 


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onmne 
linjured by a hose stream, and 
radio station WOL was cut off 
the air last night when fire 
‘swept a cinder-block shed at 
ithe Penn Paper Co., 57 Pierce 
st. ne. 

Two 10-year-old boys  suf- 
fered second- and third-degree 
burns to their legs. Firemen 
said they may have started 
the blaze. They were taken to 
D. C. General Hospital. 


through a dozen lines leading 
to the station’s transmitter. 
About 50 telephones in the 
area also were cut off when the 
fire. burned through a cable 


ing. A spokesman for the 
ee and Potomac Tele- 


which runs alongside the build-' 


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Three firemen were over- phone Co. said service would 
by smoke, another was be restored by morning. WOL’s fi 


FM station, with the transmit- 
ter located in Silver Spring, 
was not affected. 

Sat. W. J. Miller, 38, of No. 3 
Engine Co. suffered an injury 
to his eye when he was struck 
by a high pressure stream. Pvts. 
Charles Ball, 36, of Engine Co. 
|12, John Stine, 26, of Truck Co, 


'4 and John O'Malley, 25, of En- 


gine Co. 12 were overcome by 


smoke. All were 


WOL-AM went off the air at,Casualty Hospital. Miller was night struck the area around 
9:15 p. m., after flames burned later transferred to Episcopal Florence, thronged by tourists 


Hospital. ‘ 

Lt. Leonard Porter of Engine 
Co. 2 said the fire apparently 
started in a pile of waste 
per. A single alarm was soun 


a half hour. 


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‘at 9:11 p. m. and the fire was 
brought under control in about 


a position to retaliate against 
it. 

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but s&s, he ex- 


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time for aircraft to be warmed 


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crews readied in an emergency. 
& The new program, he said. 
al, but would require a re- 
modeling of SAC bases, training 


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them in the old Emery estate) 
woods at Georgia and Missouri| 
aves. nw., “10 paces west of the 
fallen tree.” Police dug them) 
up yesterday under guidance of 
the boys. | 
Some of their housebreaking 
loot was disposed of at a profit 
among fellow students. The’ 
gang said they sold to students) testimony released yesterday 
a dozen straight razors stolen, disclosed. Page A-12. 
from the Shepherd Park Bar-| 
ber Shop April 7, Only one has 
been recovered, police said. of additional crews, and other 
Both the boys and their 12-\measures to make it effective. 
year-old girl co-leader said|If funds are provided, an un- 
“everything went fine” with/disclosed percentage of SAC 
their criminal careers “until|) bombers will be maintained on 
we incorporated.” When they a 24houraday, 7-day-a-week 
formed “The Rebels,” they alert status beginning in 1960. 
said, their theft plans had to be| As spelled out by an aide to 
shared with too many others.'the Senate Subcommittee _the 


nee Png ay a package” plan 
s the following: 

2 Dead, 4 Hurt “e Con 

In 3-Car Crash 


Reported by LeMay 


Gen. Curtis E. LeMay told 
Senators “budget ceiling” wil! 
leave H-homber force short 
of refueling tanker planes, 


ig 


® Construction of new “taxi- 
out alert hangars” near the 
bare of SAC runways, and dual 
\taxi strips so that one stalled 
ge eieleweeue alll erane beta nm not block the other 

alert ‘ 
four injured, two critically, in . PY gy would be on 
a three-car = last —— duty for 24-hour shifts in near- 
| ager . near NB by peady-rooms, with special 
Bes a4 . — ul P j . S 

| State Police identified the sould ‘Soon a done a. ‘the 
dead as Tim McCoy Ridgely of would be full clad in ressure 
\Lothian, -Md., and Paul (Jun-| vite “except for facemask 
ior) Foster of Waysons Corner,|” « ; mond we 


|. Prince Frederick Hospital in| 
\Calvert County tentatively) 
prncete aiee eee as sam 
albert, lb Madison st., West , 
Hyatteville, a Government reiegse, made “nd mention of 
|Printing Office employe, and| bombs, but” of. necessity the 
tkifson and Robert)bombers would have nuclear 


James 
Boswell, whose addresses were | weapons. aboard 
® The number of air crews 


not immediately available. 
State Police identified the would have to be increased 
by more than half, from a cur- 


driver of one car as Timothy’ 
rney, , 

Kearney, of Upper Marlboro, rent average of less than one 

|per plane to 1.6. Ground sup 


who also was injured. 
/port crews also must be stepned 


British Air Chief ‘up, a big problem in light of 


ithe present shortage of skilled 


° | mechanics. 
Accepts Red Bid | © Air crews would have to 
‘put in a 60-to-75-hour week 


out at tap 
, ublished 
mony, taken in closed Session 


| LONDON, May 26 (®—Brit-| under the program, more than 
_ain’s Air Minister, Nigel Birch,| now, but they would work four 
j accepted tonight a Kremlin in-|days and have three off to 
|vitation to attend a big Soviet! partly comp-nsate for the extra 
Aviation Day air show in Mos- hours. 
‘cow, June 24, 
| Birch will be accompanied ‘ ° 
‘by a party of senjor Royal Air Middie Parade 
Force officers, the Air Minis- 
ry said. 
In Helsinki, the Foreign or.| Launches Fete 
ce = the chief of the Finnish) 
Air Force, Maj. Gen, E. I), ! PR & 
Artola, would also attend the Drigade of Midshipmen at the 
Soviet air show. Naval Academy launched June 
Week officially yesterday in An- 
j napolis. Some Rowen Leg 
turned out for the opening o 
‘Trumans in Italy |e oe ee ieadine to the 
° graduation Friday of 681 future 
As 4 Quakes Hit | officers of the Navy, Marine 
_._|Corps and Air Force. 
FLORENCE, Italy, May 26 ‘#| Under Secretary of the Navy 


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treated at Four sharp earthquakes to-' Thomas S. Gates reviewed the golf 


colorful parade on Worden Field 
as parents and sweethearts of 
the blue and white-clad Middies 


watched. 
The oman class and 
will hear Capt. John D. 
rman, Academy Chaplain, 
give the annual baccalaureate 
sermon . (Pictures ard re- 
lated story, Page D 17.) 

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‘including Harry S. Truman. 
None of the shocks damaged. 
Florence itself, where Mr. and 
Mrs. Truman arrived earlier to- 
day. But the Florence observa- 
tory said damage probably was 
‘caused farther north, where in- 
struments were knocked out. 


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as top-level Air Force approv- 


Tanker-Plane Shortage | 


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A full dress parade by the) 
game today. 


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ay Visit 


Alert Basis Russia If Invitation 


Is Broadened in Scope 


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Experiences in Italy 


Kx-President Tells 


Of Vatican Ovation 
By Harry S. Trimen——— ee 


(This ts the second of a@ series of articles from Europe 
by former President Truman.) 


NAPLES, May 24.—Our trip so far has been a happy and 
satisfactory one and everybody is feeling fine at this point. 
The people in Paris, Rome and Naples have been courte- 
gus and enthusiastic in their welcome and a situation has 
developed which I never thought would happen—the re- 


|porters and photographers are polite. 


| There has been one minor incident and before I go any 
further peraaps I had better set the record straight on the 


up, bombs te be loaded and|remarks attributed to me during our visit to the historic) 


Salerno Beachhead. 

A discussion developed about the landing there. In the 
conversation that followed, some of the people who had 
been present at the operation were kind enough to explain 
‘to me how the landings had taken place. 

As often happens in such cases, the front-line fellow 
knows more about it than the~commanding general. | 
know that sometimes this is so because I felt the same way 
in the Argonne drive when some soldiers thought our 35th 
Division was in an exposed position. 
Reporter “Tangled Up” 1 


I was very interested in what 
‘was told me but unhappily one 
of the reporters apparently got 
himself tangled up and quoted 
me as having made those re- 
marks about “totally unneces- 
sary” landings and “squirrel- 
headed generals.” 

It should have been apparent 
to everyone that I never could 
have called the Salerno opera- 
tion “totally unnecessary” be- 
‘cause I knew that in 1943 it 
was imperative that the Allied 
forces make an assaukt on the 
continent of Europe. 

Furthermore, I have nothing 
'but high respect for the Allied 
commanders involved. 

One of the young men told 
me that the report had been 
broadcast On his landing craft 
that the Italian armistice had 
been signed several hours be- 
fore the scheduled landing. The 
fact that the Germans were 
fighting had been over. 


immediately afterwards, an- 
other one burst in the field to 
our left. One of our good tough 
sergeants, after a due silence 
in the field artillery column, 
made the statement that he had 
swallowed his “chew” and 
added: 

“The damn Germans haven't 
read that headline.” 

I was a good 
Salerno and that 
much for that. 

Our visit to the Vatican was 
a most satisfactory one. I had 
a wonderful interview with His 
Holiness, Pope Pius XII, dis- 
cussing the necessary ap- 
proaches to the peace of the 
world along the same lines on 


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listener 
was all. 


responded. 
‘looked. 

argh yr big} th +) His Holiness and he was par- 
twas riding along a road in ticularly kind and courteous to 
‘France with my battery. We'Mrs. Truman and the other 
were reading a copy Of aM members of the party, Mr. and 
—- ee Senet Mrs. Woodward and Mr. Bailey. 
headlines screaming that the/Ovr audience lasted much 
Armistice had been signed. ‘longer than I had anticipated. 


Suddenly a Shell Burst His Holiness looked very 


Suddenly a 155 millimetre well indeed—much better, in 
shell burst in the field to our fact, than I had expected in 


right about 100 yards away and,| See TRUMAN, Page A6, Col, 1 


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Pup Grabs Ike’s Golf Ball, 


Secret Service Regains It 


By Robert G. Nixon 


GETTYSBURG, Pa, May,and when Mr. Eisenhower's tee 
26 (INS)}—A playful tan-and-|shot went into the rough, the 
white dog almost broke upjlittle dog ran for it, scooped it 
President Eisenhower's golf\up in his teeth, and pranced 
around, as if urging the ball’s 

The pup grabbed the Presi-|owner to play with him. 
dent’s golf ball on the second; The alert Secret Service 
hole of the Gettysburg Coun-! guards, appalled at the temer- 
try Club, wagged his tail at the\ity of the pup, took up the 
President and foped off glee-' challenge. 
fully. | The little dog wagged his 


President Plays 27 Holes 


Secret Service guards took/tail furiously and seemed high- 
off after the little dog and man-'ly pleased at all the fuss. 
‘aged to retrieve the President’s| The President played in chilly 
| ball. weather, bundled up in a blue 
Mr. Eisenhower continued|sweater. The thermometer was 
his game and played 27 holes in the low fifties. 
for the first time since the day| Usually Mr. Eisenhower uses 
before his heart attack in Den-ian electric. golfmobile, riding 
ver last Sept. 24. between shots. Today, how- 
The stray dog broke into the ever, in his longest continuous; 
President's game a few minutes|game since his illness last fall, 
after Mr. Eisenhower drove off the President walked most of 
‘the first tee. at 9:30 a. m. the way and he played for near- 


which we had previously’ cor-) 


I was received cordially by’ 


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Leaders Here Favor 
Sending Top Men 
Of Services Under 
Certain Conditions 
By John M. Hightower 


Associated Press 


The United States, it was 
learned yesterday, probably 
will suggest to Russia this 
week that its invitation for a 
few Air Force officers to visit 
Moscow be broadened to in- 
‘clude top leaders of other 
| services. 
| President Fisenhower will 
make the final decision, prob. 
ably on a recommendation 
fram the. Joint Chiefs of Staff 
that the Soviet invitation be 
accepted, subject to certain 
‘conditions which in effect would 
change its nature substantially. 

Mr. Eisenhower's own atti- 
tude toward an exchange of 
officials between this country 
and the Soviet Union was de- 
scribed by informed officials as 
pusitive. The Administration 
appears at the moment to be 
prepared for an open-ended 
series of official visits which 
could leid eventually to an in- 
vitation to Soviet Communist 
Party boss Nikita Khrushchev 
and Premier Nikolai Bulganin 
to come to this country.. That 
is not a specific purpose of 
American diplomacy now but 
some officials concede it could 
work out that way. 

Mr. Eisenhower has given his 
personal attention top the So- 
viet invitation to the Air Force 
ever since Adm. Arthur W. 
Radford, Chairman of the 
Joint Chiefs of Staff, ard his 
associates decided early last 
week that it could lead to an 
important visit or series of vis- 
its in the interest of the United 
States. Some Administration 
Officials see the whole opera- 
tion as one which could also 
contribute tc what the Presi- 
dent described in his speech 
at Baylor University, Friday 
as “our efforts to establish a 
climate in which universal dis- 
armament can go forward.” 

The Soviet invitation was in- 
formaily presented to the air 
force Monjay.by Col. Philip 
Bachinsky, air attache at the 
Soviet: Embassy, acting at the 
direction of Marsha] Vasily D. 
Sokolosky Suviet armed forces 
chief. 

Sokolosky invited Gen. Na- 
than, E. Twining, Air Chief of 
Staff, to send two or three 
“high level officers of the 
United States Air Force” to 
the celebration of aviation day 
in the Soviet Union on June 24, 

By Thursday a report ap- 
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Wins AIM Nomination 
Dentist Lucas H. Blevins, a 
lastminute candidate, won 
the Arlington Independent 
Movement nomination to the 
| Arlington County Board, at 
the AIM convention at Swan- 
son Junior High School yes- 


It dashed onto the fairway.|ly four hours. 
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‘ike’ s Student 
Plan Challenged 


By William Theis 
International News Service 
Sen. J. ‘William Fulbright (D-| have, and it is the pe vd 
Atk.), calling for “deeds not me cut. And at time 


” ask us to mereaae the 
words by President Eisen. of cravenriniea ty. 


hower, announced yesterday he’ ‘Agency appropr 

will move to transfer 11 million million.” 

dollars of foreign aid funds to ee a former wee dee 

, oo scholar and ex-president of the 

Rares GUE S108 81 On University of Arkansas,” spon- 

change program. sored the Fulbright program 
The father of the present stu-junder which Government aid 

dent-teacher overseas exchange now goes to students and teach- 

program disclosed his intention ©™§ exchanged between Ameri) 


nis m ; n and foreign universities. 
in appraising Mr. Eisenhower's To underscore his point, the 
proposal for an 


educational Senator called attention to a 

“Point Four” program. iletter placed ir the Congres 
Fulbright said the President's 'sional Record Fridav bv Sen.!| 
plan “would be more convincing}Irving Ives (R-N. Y.). It was 
if his Administration gave more from Arthur Mizener, bio! 
support to the program now'grapher and English professor | 
being operated.” at Cornell University who is’ 


Backed by Humphrey inow teaching in England for a 


. iyear under the Fulbright pro- 
Fulbright’s stand was backed gram. 
by Sen..Hubert Humphrey (D-' Mizener wrote that the Ful- 
Minn.), who said the Adminis- bright program “has the im- 
tration has permitted “a weak 


a 


“mense advantage of not being’ 
ening” of the entire Point Four what the English deeply dis- 
program. Both Fulbright and trust, a public relations pro- 
Humphrey are members of the gram: it is an educational or- 
Senate Foreign Relations Cam- ganization.” 
mittee now considering the $4.9 Fulbright 
billion foreign aid authoriza- when Vice President Richard) 
tion bill M. Nixon returned from his 
President Eisenhower pro-' good-will tour of the Far Hast 
posed in a speech at Baylor in 1953, he recommended an in- 
University Friday that the crease in the educational ex-| 
United States set up an educa- change program 
tional Point Four plan designed’) Humphrey said a member of 
to enhance the “prospects for athe Turkish Parliament, visit- 
peaceful and prosperous world.” |ing him Friday when Mr. Eisen 
He called for a “person-to-per-|hower's plan was made public, 
son partnership” assisted by disclosed that the United States 
private foundation financing. (Government had turned down 
But Fulbright fired back anda Turkish request for $90.000 in 
pointed out that ° ‘for the first educational assistance. He said 
time in 10 years” the Adminis- Turkey finally went to the 


pointed out that 


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tration this year slashed the United Nations for the funds. 
educational exchange program 
by $2 million. 
The Senate this week voted (QP B k 
the full $20 million asked by a Ss 
oe Re ain Bureau, but Ful- 
right emphasized that last Wi | s Ri 1 
year the budget requested $22 I ey IV a 
million. The Advisory Commis- 
sion on Educational Exchange I W3 _y 
initially recommended a 30-mil- n Iisconsin 
lion-dollar program for the com- 
ing year. he MILWAUKEE, May 26 P 
Fulbright said: “The great Rep. Glenn R. Davis, Waukesha 
frustration in this whole thing 
is that the Administration Republican, was indorsed on the 
makes wonderful speeches that third ballot by the Wisconsin 
are inconsistent with its ac- Republican Convention today 
tons. The Budget Bureau goes for nomination to the United 
in one direction, the President S Bde . 
in another. I'd like to see deeds.. tates Senate over veteran Sen 
not words. Who is boss—the Alexander Wiley, who has 
President or some banker run-'served three terms. The vote’ 
ning the Budget Bureau? iwas: Davis 1795, Wiley 481. 
Hits Cut in Plan | The Convention then by 
“The exchange program is| Unanimous approval declared it) 
the only cultural aid plan we * nomination by acclamation. 
Wiley, 72 today, had jeft the 
Convention floor before the’ 
final vote, apparently aware 
96 Drivers’ Permits [pentiment was against him. He 
| is an ardent supporter of Presi- 
Taken Up in Week ident Eisenhower. Later he said 
ihe would seek the nomination 

Thirty-one’ drivers’ permits in the September primary. 
were revoked and 65 others Indorsement by the Conven-’ 
suspended last week, the De- tion means only that the man 
partment of Vehicles and Traf- supported will get financial and 
fic announced yesterday. party organization help in the 
Of those license revoked, 15 primary. It does not preve 

were for accumulated record any other candidate from ma 
of tratfic violations amounting ~ the race. 
to at least 12 points. Of the 65 filey has been at odds with) 
suspended, 42 came under the party leaders and the Conven- 
point system. ‘tion for several years. 
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Devereux (R), Hyde (R). 


del (D). Against: Devereux (R). Not voting: Garmatz (D). 


project, adopted, 179-170. 


| ler (R), Devereux (R), wer with Carpet on the Floor! 


, bitt (D), 
| (D), Smith (D), Jennings (D). 
| Against: Poff (R), Broyhill (R). 


Care of Service Dependents 
Depressed Areas , 
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CAB Names 


How Area Congressmen Voted 


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Carolina Democratic 
which Gov. Luther Hodges and 
‘Sen. Sam J. Ervin. Jr. 

| nomination by eee a Si 
‘ities. 

The Southern Manifesto on 
school 
| major 
Ralph 
‘district court prosecutor, over 
‘Rep. Thurmond Chatham of 
| Winston-Salem and Elkin, 
the Fifth District. 

The Manifesto, a document 
in which about 
Congressmen pledged al! legal 
means 
preme Court's school segrega- 
tion decision, also was a big 
issue 
where Rep. C. B. Deane trailed 
A. Paul Kitchin, a Wadesboro, —_— — 
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in the Eighth District,’ 


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a third trailed a returns Chatham 8065. M 
flowed in {fom Yoday’s\North Seventh, 90 of 176: Lennon iW 
in 14,301, Carlyle 11,532. 


won.ham Barden 17,300, James O. 


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Woodrow W. Jones did not seek 
reelection, with.100 of 153 pre- 
cinets reported, 
vote was: Ralph W..Gardner of" 
Shelby 10,612, 
of Shelby 2705, and Basil Whit- 
ener of Gastonia 9603. 


of 2047 precincts gave: 
266,308, C. 
lotte 7065, Harry P. Stokely of 
Charlotte 15,884, and Tom Saw- 


‘Results from other districts: yer of Belmont ro 


Fifth, 95 of 154: Seat 08 ine 


Third, 147 of 173: Rep. i 


mpkins of New Bern 7493. 

Sixth, 83 of 142: Rep. Cari T 
15,203, ‘State Sen. 

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Neither Chatham nor seared 


signed the manifesto, 

But the 
issue in the Seventh District. 
where former U. S. Sen. 
A. 
feated Rep. F. Ertel Carlyle. 

The state's third non-signer 
of the manifesto, Rep. 
D. 
trict, 
chairman of the House Agricul- 
ture Committee, defeated Ra.- 
leigh 
Debnam, who had pitched his 
campaign 
platform and accused Cooley of 
raising * 
render to racial mixing.’ 

With 138 of 187 precincts re- 
ported from the Fourth, 
unofficial vote was: 


Cooley 22,800, Debnam 14, 263. 


manifesto was no 


Alton 
Lennon of Wilmington de- 


Harold 
Cooley of the Fourth Dis- 
was victorious, Cooley 


radio announcer W. E. 


on a segregation 


‘the white flag of sur- 


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With 170 of 209 precincts re- 


‘ported in the Eighth District, | 
ithe vote was: 


Kitchin 18,798, Deane 15.222. 


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Following are the votes of Maryland and Virginia members of 

Congress on roll calls in the House and Senate last week. 
SENATE 

On an amendment to the housing bill to substitute the Presi- 
dent's public housing program of 35,000 units a year for the 
| 135.000 units in the bill, rejected, 41-38 

MARYLAND: Not voting: Beall (R). For: Butler (R). 

VIRGINIA: For: Byrd (D), Robertson (D) 

On an amendment to the housing bill to raise interest rates 
on college housing loans, rejected, 41-40. 

MARYLAND: For: Beall (R), Butler (R). 


Slattery as 
PR Chiet 


The Civil Aeronautics Board 
announced yesterday the re- 
turn of Edward E. Slattery Jr. 


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cy for 14 years, that of chief 
of public information. 

At the same time, the CAB 
announced the resignation of’ 
Roderick Kreger, chief of its 
Office of Congressional! Liaison 
and Public Information. Before 
joining the Board, Kreger was 
director o° farm activities for 
the Republican National Com- 
mittee. ° 

Slattery, of 511 Valley lane, 
Falls Church, was transferred 
in March from the information 
Sate to the CAB Bureau of 


VIRGINIA: For: Byrd (D), Robertson (D). 

On an amendment to the housing bill requiring that a commu- 
nity have a workable slum clearance plan before receiving pub- 
lic housing grants, rejected, 44-32. 

MARYLAND: Not voting: Beall (R), Butler (R). 

VIRGINIA: For: Byrd (D), Robertson (D). 

On an,amendment to the civil service retirement bill reducing 
annuities for persons retiring before the age of 60, rejected, 
46-36. 

MARYLAND: Against: Beal! (R), Butler (R). 

VIRGINIA: For: Byrd (D), Robertson (D). 

On an amendment to the civil service retirement bill to retain 
present reduced annuity formula where employe selects sur- 
vivor annuity plan for wife, rejected 65-16. 

MARYLAND: Against: Beall {R), Butler (R). 

VIRGINIA: For: Byrd (D). Against. Robertson (D). 

HOUSE 
On passage of the revised farm bill conference report, aodpted 


Safety Investigation. A Demo- 
crat, he is a career employe 
of the agency. He is an active 
pilot and owns his own. air- 
9. plane. 

MARYLAND: For: Miller (R), Devereux (R), Fallon (D), Lank- 
‘ford (D), Hyde (R), Friede! (D). Not voting: Garmatz (D). 

VIRGINIA: For Robeson (D), Hardy (D), Abbitt (D), Tuck (D), 
Poff (R‘, Harrison (D), Smith (D), Jennings (D), Broyhill (R). 
Against: Gary (D). 

On passage of conference report to pay Crow Indians $5 mil- 
lion for land to build Yellowtail Dam on Missouri River, ado pted, | 
176-126. 

MARYLAND: For: Lankford (D). Not voting but announced 
for: Garmatz (D), Fallon (D), Friedel (D). Against: Miller (R), 


Trade Board Fete! 


‘Attracts 4000 


The Washington Board of 
Trade held its 60th Spring out- 
ing yesterday at Chesapeake 
Beach, Md., with 4000 persons 
attending. 

The crowd consumed 3500 
chickens, 190 gallons of baked 
beans, 225 gallons of sea-food 
creole, 650 pounds of ham and 
650 pounds of cheese, 8400 rolls, 


VIRGINIA: For: Robeson (D), Hardy (D), Gary (D), Abbitt (D), 
Tuck (D), Harrison (D), Jennings (D). Against: Poff (R), Broyhill 
(R). Not voting: Smith (D). 


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Thug Returns Head-on Crash Kills Girl; |_22" "S™°2es.ca™s 
OF Be eee a Parents, 3 Others Hurt | "yg" Dental Nurse 
Slashes Woman. , ‘es sce care tnjored, taathiding Bec | i= te 4000 Dlsek “ot Alabama | i ; ie % Arrested m 


es : mother and father, in a head-on/*Y- *©: : iced coal | 
A tall, blond man who in-'before Municipal Court Judge ae ee collision last night on Colling-; wdnatthad te’ Coliren's Honsenet i eee 
vaded two Montgomery County|John J. Malloy yesterday, and ee me wood rd. near Ft. Hunt in Vir-| with a possible skull fracture i . 
homes last Thursday, — te sentenced to 180 days in at ee. ginia. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ceci ‘ ie a ie | ec 
stabbed one on the shoulder re-| The well-dressed Masters, oO Ags in Loretta Bridges, 12, died of ore insti 4ar'D C. Genel Me ee 
turned to the latter’s home yes-}said “people are so gullible,” Se A ie cA injuries in Alexandria Hospital. | Hospital. ack alg eis a. ae. _ | A 3l-yearold. divorcee and 
terday and slashed her on the; when asked how he managed to ay ee Be. Her parents, Virginia and Ray| The driver of the other auto-| — i mother of a 6year-old son was 
knife many phony checks gee Y Oe river of t | g 
go i gt tin of Hltneeee Oo , .% ee, RE F. Bridges, 106 Collingwood rd., mobile, Charles W. Wilson, 43, ii & a” arrested yesterday on a charge 
ae. co sal. Bip bngSe ge aon Fagen 2 Oe were listed in fair condition. (of 522 Seward square se., Was pee of forgery after an auditor's 
knifer returned to her home in Master's imposing array of ' ae sa aa Also hurt were Jack Knox, treated at D. C. General for a _ P » : ‘check disclosed a shortage of 
Silver Spring about 1 p. m. yes-|credit and identification cards %e. % : . Alfred McDonald and Isaac fractured right oe ; , -. .* °}$20.738.12 in the accounts of a 
terday and asked to see her hus-|was a notarized appointment as ‘ ee | Higgins, whose addresses were| Police said that Wilson's car P if Gentian dilin thats 
band a doctor a deputy sheriff of Harris * eg 7 not immediately available. hit the left rear of the Wint , * Sts omece ere sne was 
When she told him that her|County, Tex. Police said Mas- ™" er Bridges is a member of the,#Uto as Mrs. Wint, who had) associated Pree |¢™Ployed as a purse. 
hosband was away, the man ters is on $8000 bond from a % =e = Mt. Vernon Fire Department. bee ve aggen dee oP oy i a tog 3 : Lt. David Higgins of the 
pulled out a knife, slashed her|Houston court on.an embezzle-  — — ee learner's permit, p 0 | Held in Slaying check and fraud squad said the 
a. Corpsman’s Family Hurt|*%> ‘o park. | 
‘Spas feet ' | William E. Boswell, 35, want- ‘woman, Pauline Evelyn Rector, 


abové her eyebrows and “left | ment charge placed in 1955. 
casually,” she told Montgomery ; spins m. es ' |_ Hospital Corpsman Donald V. : | 
County police. Veteran Hill Employe ae mr i | Keating, 26, was on duty at Be.|"4" “inned by Car | ed im the slaying of Philadel. |2616 S. Glebe rd., Arlington, 

The housewife was treated at Jailed Pilferer P 2 eo =p ees ie } |\thesda Naval Medical Center) James Boyd, 38, of 924 7th| phia heiress Anne Harris Van (was specifically charged with 
Washington Sanitarium, where Bay a £ ifs ak | | im \yesterday when his family|st. sw. was critically injured); Ryne in Nevada, was cap- forgery in hiking a check by 
she also was treated Wednesday! With the jailing of a 58-year- pe bao dropped in unexpectedly—on/jearly yesterday when he was) tured yesterday in Middle- | $1000 on April 20. 
for the shoulder cut. old veteran member of the new Ss ) stretchers. ‘pinned under an automobile | b Vt. Mrs. Van Ryne. an | Higgins said Mrs. Rector had 

Police droadcast a lookout for) House Office Building's labor Es oe a Keating's three sons—Mike,|after he was thrown from an-| ury, — yne, / rig 
a heavy-set, blond man about 43)/ force. United States Capitol 4; James, 3, and John, 2—and/ocher in a collision at Silesia, expectant mother, was found been employed in the dental 
about 6 feet tall, wearing a lige Police believe they have ended his wife, Willa, 35, all of Be- Md. | stuffed in a closet in Bos- (offices of Dr. Shannon Butts at 
brown suit and white shirt. He) a series of petty thefts which) oparies W. Hoch, father of little Bobby Hoch, who fatally thesda, were admitted to the) Prince Georges County po-| well’s Carson City apart (2002 P st. nw. since January, 
reportedly was driving @ light|sometimes reached the fre-| |. 1. eit yesterday, is pictured as he left Takoma Park |ospital with injuries suffered lice said Boyd was a passenger| ment. 1/1953, but was discharged on 
blue automobile with Maryland | quency of eight a week over the sno msetl yes ay, is p in a truck-auto crash at Con-'in an automobile driven by’ —_—__————— | April 26 after the shortage was 
tags. past eight years. Police Headquarters after questioning. necticut ave. and Oxford st. Leo Frazier, 42, of 2200 S. Mon- | discoveped. 

Police also said his descrip-) Serving a 60-day jail term in near Chevy Chase Village. roe st. Arlington, which was suffered a possibly fractured! Dr. Butts told police he 
tion fits that of a man who two) lieu of a $100 fine is Holmes The three boys were brought struck in the rear on Indian right leg and head cuts. Throw-|called for an audit of his ac 
weeks ago held two Govern-)Hansford cf 418 Jefferson st. to the hospital by two Bethesda-| Head highway near Fort Wash- er cuffered a possibly fractured |counts last month after his 
ment girls captive in their|/nw., who was in charge of the | a Ona ar — Chevy Chase ambulances. Keat-|ington rd. The driver of theright arm and an injured left|bank called him in reference 
apartment more than three' midnight shift of the new! y, y, ‘ing, granted a quick emergency |second car was listed as Lester Knee. to a $9000 check and informed 


hours before he walked out. boy Office Building's labor-| Pp @ e leave from his post, brought his|J. Ballard, 28, of Westover,) Tire driver of the auto, a 17-\him he had about $4000 on de- 
‘ing force at the time of his: lf W th P tol wife in for treatment of minor| Md. Both vehicles were de-|vear-old boy, was charged with| posit. Dr. Butts said his ree- 

Check Passer Caught; jarrest April 30. He came to Kills Se l ls cuts and bruises. — molished. aaitan an illegal nar police ords indicated he should have 

So Gullible’ | “°"* on Capitol Hill 36 years, . Mike was admitted with a} Boyd was admitted to Cas-| reported. ‘had about $16,000 on deposit. 


pe, ie | ibroken right leg and James/ualty Hospital with head in- | Higgins sai¢ Mrs. Rector was 
Municipal Court Judge Mil-|- A four-year-old Takoma Park | emo cnpo eer meumwrnn= |with head injuries; John was juries, shock and a compound ‘charged with writing in an ad- 


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widely sought chéck passer| dred E. Reeves fined Hansford | boy was killed yesterday when | i ¥ — treated fer bruises. The twolfracture of the left. les. Traffic Re Ma Gitional $1000 on a check for 


with an imposing string of $50 or decreed he should spend |he shot himself accidentally | , ' ‘oldest boys were thrown from '$3.50 she had asked Dr. Butts 
aliases told Metropolitan Po-'30 days in jail on each of two|While he and his five-year-old _— ‘the rear of Mrs. Keating's sta- 2 Policemen Hurt | On A Fatalities ‘to sign to settle a laundry bill 
lice yesterday petty larceny counts last Thurs-| brother were inspecting a — tion wagon against the wind- : a cr ‘on April 20. 
he depended "jam day. He has been unable to loaded pistol their father had oe Foo shield, shattering it. | _Two motorcycle policemen| Thronsh Throash Tots!) Higgins reported that police 
upon the gulli- @ > raise the fines. left on a living room coffee J ” Police said the crash occurred |Tiding side by side were in- May 25 May 25, 56 19585|) 2010 cancelled checks signed 
bility of people # % table in their home. rs, i when a truck driven by Walter JUTed yesterday when they|Alexandria . 1 I 1 iby Dr. Butts originally jntend- 
for his good life 9i. = % (Former Principal | Takoma Park Police said they) | _- J. Palmer, 33, of 1623 Benning |P!0wed into the side of an auto-| Arlington ... 1 . 5 led to total $241.48. However, 
of “women,.= .. : would confer with Prince —— a ra ne swerved in front of mobile making a U-turn at 19th | District ....21 28. 72 | the checks were “doctored” and 
good eating 4 | Guilty of Larceny ‘Georges County States At) =| ® er Mrs Keating's vehicle. Palmer |**- and Benning rd. ne. ‘Falls Church 6 ® ‘cashed for a toial of $2681.48, 
and drinking,” | > Leor. R. Moyer, 32 former | Ormey Blair H. Smith on Mon-  ——- ig, q was charged with making an Pyts. Lawrence L. Chambers,| Fairfax .....11 35 | Higgins said. 
detectives said. Ee Chevette BP ire ea! Tae school | U2Y to determine whether any a ape - limproper turn 26, of 1804 D st. se. and Wil- M’tgomery . 6 23 | Mrs. Rector, arrested at her 
Lt. David L. principal, has been ean guilty omg = papa a mars 2gainst —_—_ =” | he T. Thrower, “~ of 1936 Pr. Georges .23 56 |Arlingtom home, will = ar-, 
Higgins of the 5 Whe the father. i . : s st. nw. were admitted to — —— irsigned on the forgery charge 
c rs ck and - — — adore The dead boy was Robert H. 8 ee oa ; Girl Hurt in Crash ‘Emergency Hospital. Chambers | Area Total .. 63 192 | Monday in Municipal Court. 
fraud squad co la entary | Hoch, son of Mr. and Mrs. hi a ae A 6-year-old girl was seriously} _ RS ; Ea . r Pe anne ee eee 
identified him a sl Geeriaes Count cir. | Charles W. Hoch, of 7204 13th Sa . injured and her parents suf-) RALEIGH HABERDASHER, WASHINGTON AND CHEVY CHASE ————= 
as Herman Masters alias Jo- cuit Court Judge pore Ray- ave. FPO c0soy ee a < fered arm lacerations when ’ 
seph Herman Rand, Herman aio Sidshae deterred | Det. Capt: Edwin Cissel and | | ~—“i* . itheir car was struck from. the 
r ead s€l-' Cpl. Russell Merson said Rebert; 7 ' | ’ “mg. \rear, knocked over an embank 


Berger, Herman Schollmeester, , 
Joseph. Herman Braniff and|‘©"®!™S Friday pending a court| .nq his five-year-old brother, ‘es <& = | . | 


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investigation. th n| * : | | - s . . 
gp eger of no fixed ial The former school official arg po ag tl paced | : | 
dress. was arrested. while sip.|“25. ‘dicted last April for! pefore anyone else in the family| i Wi A iB lit 
am , While SiP-|taking $274 in miscellaneous|,o< awake about 8 a.m. Charles) = . Armed Dandi : 
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ping a rum-coke in &@ downtown funds last Septembes shortly |,,14 police Robert was inspect-| © BOBBY HOCH 


hotel Thursday night, by Det. | ~ 
Sgt. Karl T. ~ ha on informa- after he was transferred to the ing the .25 caliber automatic | -». the gun was on a table se Holds up Store 


Cheverly school. ' . as nee em 
tidn th ‘ h ipistol when it discharged. 
ién the suspect had passed ite eal thet éa0 of eatin | | An armed bandit escaped ; McGREGOR SPORTSWEAR 


two checks here. ; | 
Vandals Damage Cycle, | yroke a balloon which had been be allowed to go to the hospital; with $1385 from the Hamilton 


Police said he told of pass- a | 
ing the checks, and others Car at Police Station left over from a party the night |to see the body but police told| 4@rdware Store, 5201 Georgia 


totaling $5000 from Havana to| before,” Cissel said. “The gun). ait until the detectives |*¥@: DW. last night after hold- : 
.._| Wandals who wrecked a Trif- ' same |'™ to wait until the detectives ing un the owner with an auto- FOR MEMORIAL DAY AND 
New York. He pleaded guilty we went off at the » could returi: to question him. wm Bg pistol. . 4 


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to two counts of false pretenses) . ved a policeman’s auto and! police said the bullet struck| Earlier Friday evening, police! Edward K. Duckett told po- 


= stole his coat, badge and traffic |the child in the lower chest and |said; Hoch had taken his two lice that the bandit took the : er A SUMMER OF FUN 
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CONSIDI N ‘violations book were the object came out.his back, lodging in younger sons and another broth-|money, forced him into a back 
eS peice. SORTER Fereey. + ibe colin’: ‘er, George, 14, to a carnival/room, and warned him to stay 


The damaged vehicles were| The boy's father told police while a fourth son, Wayne, 13,|there for three minutes. 
found about 2:45 a.m. behind |he had found the pistol while had neighborhood youngsters in Police broadcast a lookoni 
the Sixth Precinct station working in a friend’s home and for a party. for a white man with a “coun- 
house, 1300 Nicholson st. nw.,'brought it home with him. Po-| The boy’s mother spent the tryfied appearance,” 5 feet 8, 150 
by Lt. Sam Creech. ° ‘lice said the friend did not night at the home of a neighbor! 0 160 pounds, about 25 years 

Tires of the motorcycle, as-|know Hoch had the gun. whose husband was in the hos- old, wearing a dirty gray hat 
signed to Pvt. William B. Wid-| Hoch told police he had gone pital. | nd a blue lumberjacket. 
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Jordan’s Legion 


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Jordan, May 26; United Nations partition reso 
lution of 1947, soon will be es- 
tablished in the Egyptian-held 
Gaza Strip, a Palestinian Arab} 
leader said today. | 

He said Egyst will hand over 


AMMAN, 
The famed Arab Legion, Jor- 
dan’s British-trained army, will 
be stripped of its glamor and 
modernized under a new pro-| 
gram disclosed today. 

Defense Minister Mohammed 
Ali Ajloun. disclosed plans to 
abolish the Legion's colorful 
uniforms and to merge it with 
the Jordan National Guard 
under the plain title of Jordan 


wide Strip to its 215,000 Pale-| 
stinian Arabs, half of whom live 
there in refugee camps. A 
constitution is being drawn up, 
and the new state will be gov- 
erned by a 22-man committee,’ 
Army. ihe said. , 

Members of the 35-year-old| Egyptian Premier Gamal Ab-| 
Legion will be clothed in West-' del Nasser visited the Gaza| 
ern-style insignia and khaki—if| Strip two weeks ago and an- 
the project is approved by King! nounced the formation of a 
Hussein. This would mean the! new Palestine army composed! 
abolition of the Legion’s most! of refugees. | 
distinctive feature—the colorful} Palestine already has a one-| 
red and white “Khaffiya” of|man government in Cairo. 
Arab headdress, now worn by! which issues passports and runs 
al. ranks. some refugee affairs. 

In its place, the Jordan sol-| 


diers would wear military caps ‘ 
or khaki berets, similar to those Bandung Parley Stalled 
Reuters ' 


worn by Egyptian and Syrian 
troops. ; . 
Ajlouni, a veteran soldier of! JAKARTA, Indonesia, May 26, 
63. said in an interview that Organizers of an Asian-African 
proposals for the reorganization students conference which was 
of the Arab Legion were sup-idue to open in Bandung today 
ported by Maj. Gen. Ali Abuhave yet to decide when to 
Nuwar, the Legion’s new com-istart and whom to admit 
mander | Charges that the original 
: : nine-member “international pre-' 
Palestine Republic Set paratory committee” had 
. aligned the conference with the! 
By Issa el Korashi \Communist-dominated Interna- 
N. ¥. Daily News Service itional Union of Students have 
CAIRO, May 22—An inde-\confused delegates here and 
pendeft Arab state of Pale-|others on their way. 
stine, originally proposed inthe' Four committee 


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members 


LAST: WEEK of KITT’S Spring 


‘eeived a telegram from the non-| 


complete control of the 28-mile, 


Staff Photo 


Happy Reunion 


The happy lady getting her purse back above is Alvena 
Arason (right), a visitor here from International Falls, Minn. 
While taking a picture at Great Falls yesterday, she left 
her purse—containing about $200—on the bumper of the 
car of Mrs. James E. Kaufman (left) of 1310 Congress st. se. 
Mrs. Kaufman discovered it and when she couldn't find the 
purse’s owner took it home and called Park Police. The re- 
union of Mrs. Arason and her purse followed. 


a _—_— ~~ 


representing Japan, Communist 


China, the Philippines and In- French Pound 
donesia, meeting here unoffi- -~ 
200 Trapped 


cially on May 19, decided to 
“recompose” the membership 
to include themselves and | 
Egypt “as a new and entirely nsurgents 
different body with different : 
motivations and hopes. | Reuters 
Four delegates claiming t0| ALGIERS, May 26— Some 
represent the Sudan, Algeri#,/3909 French troops threw a 
Senegal and Burma today asked ring of steel around an insur- 
not later than next Tuesday. (tried to pound them to pieces 
But the committee has re-| with planes, tanks and artillery. 
‘ 4 : | Latest reports from the bat- 
Pa gee ya no a tet ae eal tle scene in the Bou “Zegza 
tariat of National Unions of) xjountains, 25 miles southeast 
of here, said the surrounded 
insurgents had broken up into 
small groups in efforts to es- 
cape the trap. 


British Halt 
And Search 
Greek Ship 


NICOSIA, Cyprus, May 26 
British authorities announced | 
today they boarded and 
searched the Greek luxury) 
liner’Agamemnon yesterday in| 
a-policy-of Searching all “sus-| 
pect” vessels that approach 
Cyprus. ' 
| A British spokesman said 
‘search orders were issued last 
‘September. 
| Searching the 5514-fon Greek | 
‘luxury liner serves notice the 
order will be strictly carried 
‘out, he said. 


| {In Athens, Reuters said, the 
|'Greek government has not yet 
been officially informed of the 


‘boarding of the 


| 


‘scribed the British action as | 
'“piracy” and urged a govern-| 
‘ment protest against the ‘brutal | 
‘incursion and insult to the 
|'Greek flag.” ] | 
British authorities denied the 
liner was_on the high seas when | 
ithe search party boarded her 
| “Great care was taken to 
board the vessel after she had 
entered Cyprus territorial wa 
ters,” a spokesman said. “She} 
was stopped by the British de-| 
| stroyer Ursa exactly three miles) 
| off the Cape of the Cats.” 
| [British riot troops meantime 
were rushed to the village of 
| Afania near here to restore or- 
'der between rioting Greeks and 
| Turk Cypriots, Reuters report- 
‘ed. Eight villagers were in- 
jured, five of them seriously 
\Most of the injured were 


ithat the conference should start gent force of 500 today and/ stabbed. 


|. {The clash was the latest of 
a series of Greek-Turk fights 
on the island following the mur- 
der of a Turkish-Cypriot police- 
man Wednesday. 

' {In London, the New York 
Daily News Service quoted in- 
telligence sources as saying 
that bomb parts are being 
mailed from London to the ter- 


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but the Merchant Marine in 
‘Athens has asked for a radio} 
‘report from the ship’s master. 
‘The conservative opposition 
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Students declaring that Sfficial 
y delegations from the Sudan, Al- 
geria, Senegal and Burma have 
inot yet left for Indonesia. 
East Pakistar® Emergency 
KARACHI, Pakistan, May 26 
‘—President Iskander Mirza 
| dismissed the East Pakistan 


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ing for Algeria were reported. _.; eee 
At Thonon-les-Bains, near Lake aid ned been stolen and barn 
Geneva, some 100 persons de- being held for ransom -by the 
layed a troop train for 25 min-| Arabs, are safely in the hands 
utes. At Grenoble, 40 youths of the Palestine Archaeological 
fought a 6-hour running battle yuseum in Jerusalem, Gerland 
with police. .,| Harding, British directar of an- 
In Cairo, rebel leaders said tiquities in Jordan, said today. 
at a news conference that if the} Harding said there was “no 
French army launches a big foundation whatsoever” for a 
drive in Algeria in June as re-| statement attributed Thursday 
ported the rebel army will|to William Albright, professor 
counterattack lof Semitic languages at Johns 
|'Hopkins University in Balti- 
more. 
. ° | Albright was reported as say-| 
| ing in a lecture that two scrolls, | 
Tito in Moseow June 2 \whose discovery had not yet! 
been announced, were stolen! 
' ser « 
BELGRADE, Yugoslavia, May;paper Nin published an ib-| "iedaeg eoelichion thet now! 
26 —Yugoslavia announced Praisal of the forthcoming Visit) <-rojis. have been discovered, | 
tonight President Tito will| Written by Popovic, He said) nut would not elaborate. 

‘ Pito’s trip and talks he\will) «what 1 can say is that these 
reach Moscow next Saturday have with Soviet leaders repre- recently discovered scrolls. far! 
for his three-week tour of the sent “a contribution to efforts|from being stolen. have been| 
Soviet Union. | and wishes to find new roads'secured for the Palestine Ar-| 

He will be accompanied by toward lasting peace and inter- chaeological. Museum i Saemen.] 
his wife, Vice President Edvard national confidence.” lem and are now being studied.” 
Kardelj, Foreign Minister Koca| The foreign minister added peo caid 
Popovic and others. the Moscow talks will contrib-) 

The information office said ute “to examination of new pos- 
that during his stay in Russia sibilities for a successful devel- Ronn Eases Travel 
Tite will have several talks with opment of socialism in _ the | 
Russian leaders and will visit;world.” That is understood For Council of Europe 
several Russian towns, inspect here to confirm that Communist 
factories, scientific institutes Party problems will be dis-! 
and cultural institutions. cussed, as well as international 
~ The Belgrade weekly news- affairs, 


patrol of 21 young French sol- 
diers from the Paris drea eight’ m7 
days ago and killed at least No Dead Sea 
pended its constitution. Admin- Ay 
istration was taken over by |5@d @ raiding band slit the 
ithroats of 12 Europeans at} 
vincial Governor to authenti- ~ : 
cate the budget, which must| Moslems. The murdered Euro-| 
peans, one of them a woman,! 
poacee ret two montis, aster In France, two more demon- Newlyfound Dead Sea scrolls,' 
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Reports reaching here today ] 
Scrolls Lost, 
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The action allows the pro-| gre My | Aid R ) pees one Gee 
nl a a te * el é mepor ts |. FREE CUSTOMER PARKING AT ALL HAHN STORES 
he passed before May 31. The were reported working on a Reuters 4 
constitution will remain sus- building site. T | AMMAN,. Jordan, May 26. 
On Spinets, Consoles, Grands 


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NEW DELHI, May 27 (Sun- 
day) ”» — India and France 
|have agreed on a final treaty 
‘ceding to India Pondichery and 
four other French-Indian de- 
pendencies, it was announced 
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TRUMAN—From P. 1 | matter of an American embassy** 
jat the Vatican. One of i a 

view of his long illness. He sons why I had always wanted 

seemed to be-exceedingly hap-to maintain an embassy there) 

py to see me. He has a most|was because nearly all the 

delightful smile: and an ex-|countries of the world -have 

tremely cordial manner. Of |representation there and it is a 


course these characteristics are|Place where an immense 
seldom seen in the pictures amount of information can be 


we /construction. I knew that some|had something to say about it. {similar circumstances. 


of the great Roman families| “There are only so many It saved the lives of hundreds’ 
had used the wonderful build-|ways that a woman can do her of thousands of Americans. It 
ings of the Roman Empire to/hair, you know,” said “The saved the lives of countless 
get material to construct their) Boss.” Japanese, too. 


palaces. And a great many Of wee inal Weddi ° The wily * lias 
| ng Ring e way to peace may lie in 
the Christian churches in Rome . . ‘some of these fearful discover- 
For her part, Mrs. Truman 


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have been built from material 


taken of him. 
Discussed Preserving Peace 


The discussion with the Pope 
was principally confined to the 
efforts that have been made 


obtained for the Government 
of the United States or any 
other government .that main- 
tains diplomatic relations with 
the Vatican. 


I certainly still think that the 


quarried from the great mon-|called my attention to a beauti- 
uments of antiquity. ful ring among the antiques. 
But I was not prepared for 4 She said that this might well be 
surprise. I found that the'the original wedding ring. I 
arena of the Colisseum had wasn't in a position to argue. 
been used as a fort in the, In the visits to the ruined 


and are being made for preserv- United States should have an 


middie ages in the wars e-'towns of Paestum and Pompeii 


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ing the peace of the world. I’ embassy at the Vatican. I ex- 
“had had considerable corre- plained to His Holiness that an 
spondence with him on this sub- effort had been made during my 
ject dating back to the days Administration to resume .rela- 
when the Hon. Myron Taylor'tions with the Vatican state 
was the personal representative which had been discontinued 
of the President at the Vatican. in 1870. 

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control of the country. transit gloria mundi”—so 

In the course of our tour Of nasses the glory of the world.| 
Rome, we drove west of the This is more emphatically 
Tiber River to a high point brought home when you realize 
where we could see the whol€/tnese are the ruins of once- 
city before us, including @/prosperous and _ influential 
number of its great mOn-| cities. 


uments. | Here, some 3000 years ago, 


bu teeece beets otet Wate ited. 1 4aWY 


No, we did not discuss nuclear my chosen representative 
weapons at this meeting, as I 


based religious 


nothing 
whatsoever to do with the 
question of diplomatic relations 
on its merits. 

The appointment of an am- 
bassador was made by me, but 
when the fire got hot the 
gentleman decided that he 
would rather have his name 

— withdrawn. At his request, I 

b ae, however, Oring Up the | withdrew his name. I explained 
siall this to His Holiness. 

If the gentleman in question | 
l'had been able to stand the) 


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understand some newspaper 
has reported, for the simple 
reason that he is a man of peace 
and he did not bring up the 
subject. Neither did lL. | 

He is not interested in 
weapons of war and is only 
interested in the peace of the 
world 


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hall where some five or six Saternational News 
thousand people were waiting 

for a Public audience with the| Roman Forum forms backdrop for former President Truman. 


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Luce Dislikes Photographers 


Our host on the ride Mr 
Henry Luce, was very 


the photographers. I told h 
it would be quite a thing 
people evér heard that 


cameramen. 
“They're 
said. 
I've ever been on 
side.” 


a nuisance,” 


as many pictures as 
wanted as long as they didn’t 
get in my way of seeing things. 
Among other enjoyable 
ments, we had a happy meeting 
at the American Embassy at 
Rome with a great many of the 
diplomats who are accredited 
to the government of Italy. 

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nor who were accompanying|Treceived an ovation in the Vat- 
us smiled at this’ and said / ican. | 
there -had to be a first time 2 Before this happened we had 


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visited the Loggia and rooms 
of Raphael and the Sistine) 
Chapel, which is Michelangelo's 
masterpiece. A very capable 
German refugee woman who 
‘was well-informed on the his- 
tory of these Michelangelo 
| paintings acted as our guide. 
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ed. Michelangelo lay on his 
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torted, but in their actual posi- 
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everything, and that this was’! lighting his cigar “secidentaliy’ 
a . 
lot box and the ballots were 
‘burned. And I guess you know | 
why I used quotation marks 
around the word “accidentally. 


From our audience with the 
Paul's 
Protestant Church for Sunday 
services. It was founded in 1875 
and one of its pulpits is dedi- 
cated to the memory of Hon. 
George Washington Woodward, 
who is the great-grandfather of 
the Stanley Woodward who is 


There are a great many re- 
in 
Rome and their churches seem 
to be well attended. Of course, 
the Eternal City is the head- 
quarters of the Roman Catholic 
Bishop who is the head of the 
Roman Catholic Church and 


Religious freedom seems to 
be firmly establisted here and 
I am happy that it is. Freedom 
of conscience and freedom of 
\worship are essential to any) 


Naturally we enjoyed our 
\white paper ballots to produce visit to the famous Coliseum 
black smoke. It is this black| and the Imperial Forums. I had 
smoke issuing from the chim-|an opportunity to locate on 
ney which signals to the world| the ground a great many — 
apdout | 
which I had spent much time 


It was all not quite as I had 
The loca- 
Speaking of burnt ballots,/tion of the arches of Semptimus 
‘I’m reminded of an experience |Severus, Titus and Constantine 
in my home state. There was a|were in entirely different — 
to n 

eastern judge in Jackson Coun-\them. But that is as it should 
ty and a recount of the ballots| be for a-farmer from the back- 
But I guess 
a 
Independence’ 
in one particular|so the folks back home wont 


The Colisseum differed from 
jot the judges by “mistake” in|my previous conception of it 


few remarks on the necessity 


itions for attaining world peace 
what I said. 
pleasant luncheon with 


‘lic, Giovanni Gronchi. 


and for continued support 
the United Nations, for which 
I'm very happy. 


Interview With Segni 
I had armother most pleasant 


interview with the Prime Min- 


ister of Italy, Antonio Segni, a 
very able gentleman. But this 
interview was cut short because 
an election is taking place in 
Italy this Sunday and he had 
to go on a speaking tour—a 
reason which I understood very 
well. 
| An especially memorable vis 
itor was the Chief Justice of 
‘the Italian Constitutional 
‘Court, who is called the Presi- 
ident of the Court. 

He came for a ten-minute in- 
iterview and stayed for three- 
quarters of an hour discussing 
the privileges of the new Ital- 
‘ian Constitution as compared 
‘with the American Constitu- 
tion. 

He was very familiar with the 
U. S. Constitution except that 
he remarked that there were 
only 21 instead of 22 amend- 
ments to it. He was not aware 
of the last amendment which 
limits the number of terms of 
the President’ of the United 
States to two. 


Thinks Amendment Is “Bad” 


I have always thought and 
\still maintain that this is a bad 
amendment and I am of the 
opinion that some time in the 
future people will awaken to 
this fact and it will meet the 
‘same fate as the Volstead pro- 
hibition amendment. 

I would have liked to chat 


, 


- longer with this most interest- 


ling personality but he had an 
‘appointment and had to leave. 
| We had a wonderful trip to 
/Paestum where there are some 
ivery ancient ruins in a fine 
istate of preservation. There! 
‘are the remains of three won-! 
derful temples and a museum| 
full of vases and artifacts, and 
ithings of that sort. 

| It seemed to me that the way 
the women of those ages fixed 
their hair and the kind of hats 
they wore were almost iden- 
tical with the styles of today. 
I called this to Mrs. Truman's | 
attention but it appeared to go/! 
over her head at that moment. 
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PARIS, May 26 #—French 
Premier Guy Mollett will meet| 
German Chancellor Konrad 
Adenauer in Luxembourg Mon-' 
day, June 4, French Foreign'| 
Ministry officials said today. | 
They are expected tu iron out! 
final @details of the loosening| 
of French economic controls! 
on the Saar and prepare the! 
way for political re-attachment | 
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mean in peaceful employment. 
| In the visit to Pompeii I was 
particularly reminded of the 
calamities that could engulf the 
world in a third world war by 
the use of the terribly de- 
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Their ingredients, we should 
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executive is responsible for) 
using the weapons at hand. 
‘Right here in Italy the first 
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about the 14th Century and 
they hanged the artilleryman, 
because they said he was using 
unfair weapons. 

Nobel discovered nitro- 
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sawdust to make dynamite and 
TNT. He thought he had dis- 
covered the way to blow up the 
whole world. Instead, the uses 
of his discovery have been most 
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Strikers Raid, Wreck | . 
India Train; 55 Hurt 


NEW DELHI, India, May 26; staging an illegal strike for the|4000-square-mile state, now 4d- 


(Reuters) — Fifty-five persons 
were injured today when strik- 
ing workers leaped aboard a 
train, threw the engineer and 
fireman off and left it to crash 
into the platform at Kharagpur 


Another 13 persons were lat- 
er hurt in stone throwing by 
the strikers from the Kharagpur 
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‘to India in 1954. 

' Chitral, near the borders of 
|Pakistan and Afghanistan, has 
80,000 people, most of them 
Moslems. 

“The governments of India 
are not aware of any formal ac- 
|cession of ‘Chitral to Pakistan,” 
ihe added. 

Asked about a reported clash 
between Indian and Pakistan 
police near the Assam border. 
Nehru replied: “I do not see 
why members are afraid of a 
little firing now and then. It 
does not really matter.” 
| “We are quite securely guard- 
ed on the border there,” he 
added. Asked what the cause 
of the firing was, he replied: 
“I should say—nerves.” 


U.S. Rebutts 
Bulgaria Bid 
For Amity 


By Donald J. Gonzales 
United Press 
The United States has re- 
buffed Commiinist Bulgaria's 


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Minister 
Kono said today on his return 
from Moscow that Russian Pre-| 
mier Nikolai Bulganin told him | 
the Russians intend to keep the 
Kurile Islands, which they took 
from Japan after World War II. 

Kono was met by a crowd 
of 50,000 persons when he re- 
turned by plane after having 
successfully concluded a deep 
seas fisheries agreement with 
Russia. 

He told a press conference 
that during a 1-hour, 50-minute 
conferencé, Bulganin told him 
Japan got the Kuriles as a 
result of the 1904 Russo-Japa- 


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bid to reestablish diplomatic 
relations angrily broken off in| 
1950, it was disclosed yester- 
| day. 
| Administration officials said 
(American diplomats in Paris 
‘recently informed Bulgarian 
' diplomats that this Nation does 
‘not even want to talk about re- 
‘suming relations. The Bulgar- 
‘ians were told, it was added, 
that this Government is not 
\prepared to continue even in-| 
‘formal talks on the matter. 
The rebuff followed “several | 
Bulgarian approaches” in Paris, | 
‘at United Nations headquarters | 
‘in New York, and at other 
places. The first. approaches 
‘were made last February. 
| The State Department re- 


‘members the treatment dished 


'1950 following establishment 
of diplomatic relations in 1947. 
There also is some feeling that 
restoration of relations would 
‘have a discouraging effect on 
hopes for freedom of persons 


| United States-Bulgarian prob- 
lems have been handled by 
Switzerland. 


stantly reminded 
‘during the past six years of 


‘dom. 

| Several months ago, Under- 
‘secretary of State Herbert Hoo- 
ver Jr. issued a statement re- 
‘calling Bulgaria had hanged 
patriot Nikola Petkov. 

“After a trial which made a 
mockery of justice, Petkov was 
| judicially murdered ...in order 
‘that communism in his country 
‘might triumph,” Hoover said. 
| Donald Heath, now United) 
States Ambassador to Lebanon, | 
was accused by Bulgaria of| 


/out to this country in 1949 and | 


American Ads 


along lines which will assist 


‘Woo British 


living behind the Iron Curtain. | 


Scientists 


This Government has con-| 
the world | 


Bulgaria’s suppression of free-| 
\British scientists blossomed in. 
‘two newspapers here today. 


Thermonuclear Secrets | 


Told to British Industry 


LONDON, May 26 ®—Britain!sued one week after the British | 
will share scme of its hydrogen exploded a baby atomic bomb) 
bomb secrets with private in-jin a test off the western /.us- 
dustry in its. campaign to har-|tralia coast. 
ness thermonuclear power for; Observers said the decision 
peace, it was announced today..ito discuss some secrets with 

The British Atomic Energy) private scientists is an indica- 
Authority said it is inviting tion that the government may 
scientists from industrial re-|have discovered a new starting 
search firms to a “classified” point in its campaign to con- 
meeting June 4 on “controlled|yert the power of thermonu- 
thermonuclear energy.” ‘clear weapons for peaceful pur- 

The announcement was is- syits. 
~————| The Atomic Eenergy Author- 
ity said the purpose of the 
meeting at the Harwell Atom- 
ic Center will be to “encourage 
fundamental research work 


the work of the authority in 
ithis field.” 

The meeting was called one 
month after Soviet atomic sci- 
|entist Ivan Kurchatov, gave 


‘scientists at Harwell a sensa- 
Reuters 
4 


LONDON, May 26—Big 
vertisements of an American 
radio company offering jobs to 


ress on harnessing thermonu- 


od- tional report of Russian prog- 


clear power. 


nese war, and added that since 
ithe Russians won World War 
It it was “only natural” for 
‘them to take the islands back. 
| Japan has demanded return 
lof the southern Kuriles, and 
‘has asked that the future of 
the northern Kurites be re- 
ferred to an international con- 
ference of the wartime Allied 
powers. 

Kono said Russia had prom- 
ised to assist Japan's entry into 
the United Nations when diplo- 
matic relations are resumed. 


Bulganin suggested an ex- 


issues in 
treaty 


‘tiating outstanding 
the deadlocked peace 
talks. 


4. More Red 
Sailors Seek 
U.S. Asylum 


TAIPEI, Formosa, May 26 # 
The United States Embassy 
said today four more Soviet sea- 
men of the Russian tanker 
Tuapse have requested asylum 
in the United States. It said 
their cases would be considered 
individually. 

Earlier the United States 
State Department had turned 
down an informal request by 
the four seamen for asylum, on) 
grounds it had not been made 
through proper channels. 

The Chinese Nationalists 
seized the Tuapse in June, 1954, 
in Formosa Strait. The master) 
and 28 crewmen returned to 
Russia. Nine crewmen went to’ 
the United States last October, | 
and sé€ven remained in For- 
mosa. 

Five of the nine who went 
to the United States left sud- 
denly April 7 for Russia. A' 
Senate Internal Security Sub- 
committee called their depar- 
ture a “kidnaping.” The United 
States expelled two members 
of Russia’s U. N. delegation for 
their alleged role in the affair. 

The four seamen now re- 
questing asylum have been 
working for the Voice of Free 
China. 


They followed a British ed- 
ucator’s warning Friday that 
American jobs may drain off 
the cream of British scientists 
at a time of increasing need) 
for top-flight scientific talent. | 

The advertisements, from the 
Zenith Radio Corp. of Chicago, 
invited applications from phys- 
icists, chemists and metallur- 
gists. 


President Syngman Rhee! 


Rhee Shuffles Cabinet 
To Stem Revolt Threat 


SEOUL, Korea, May 26 | 


rE ; ‘named two national assembly-| 
Friday’s warning came from) men to the cabinet today in a) 


Rhee named Taik Shik, liber- 
al assemblyman, to replace Kim 
Hyun Il as finance minister and 
Chung Joon Mo, also a liberal 


having been “in contact” with|Lord Chorley, secretary of the) move to head off a threatened|assemblyman, to succeed Choi 


“the criminal group of flagrant) 
spies and traitors led by Traicho 
‘Kostov” and a Bulgarian gov- 
‘ernment official, Tzonu Tzont- 
chev. The two men were con- 
victed by a Bulgarian court of| 
treason and espionage. 


Red Building Boom 


Reuters 


| MOSCOW, May 26—Duncan 
Sandys, Britain's housing minis-| 
ter who returned here today) 
after a five-day visit to Lenin-| 
grad, Kiev and Kharkov, said’ 


Association of 
Teachers. 
A big factor in the threatened 
“draining off” is the big dif- 4 4 
previously had opposed having 
ference between scientific sal-| assemblymen in his cabinet. But 
aries in Britain and the United) arter hic party’s election set- 
States. American salaries range back. some Liberal assembly-| 
from about $5000 to $12,000 4\men threatened to desert the 
year for average scientific) ranks unless the party makes a 
workers. But a young British|.-orq with more vote appeal. 
scientist can expect about) Ajtogether Rhee has made 
. if nly cg emgage) cabinet changes, four of 
work or $ in teaching. |them today, since that body re-| 
signed en masse Sunday to give | 
Ecuador Pro, Peru Con the president an opportunity to 
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil, make shifts designed to! 


University | revolt within his Liberal Party. 
The 8l-year-old president, 


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elected May 15 for a third term, | 


Jae Yoo as minister of public 
health and social affairs. 

Kim was switched from fi- 
nance to minster of reconstruc- 
tion and also named Korean 
economic coordinator, replac- 
ing Pak Too Chin. Vice Minis- 
ter of Defense Kim Yong Woo 
was promoted to defense min- 
ister, replacing Sohn Won II 
Rhee replaced the home min- 
ister Tuesday. 

The defeat of Lee Ki Poong, 
Liberal vice presidential candi- 
date, by Chang Myun, opposi- 
tion Democrat, has split the 


‘the Russians are making a tre-|May 26 ‘®—Diplomatic sources! strengthen the Liberals. In the Liberal ranks in the legislature 


mendous effort to build apart-| 


ments in great numbers and' 
‘quickly. 


said today Ecuador has accept- election, Rhee was returned to! 
ed and Peru has rejected a pro-\the presidency by a much! 


into two main factions. One still 
supports Lee, who is assembly 


“One cannot help be-|posal that the U. S. Geodetic smaller margin than in 1952|chairman. The other backs Cho 


ing amazed at the expenditure|Survey map. with aerial photo-| and his party lost the vice presi-/Kyung Kyu, one of the two as- 


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graphs the disputed border be- dency. | 
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It was recently pointed out in a syndicated newspaper article that “Florida’s main 
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‘Al10 ine Sunday, Mas 27, 1956 eee 


House Group Advises 
Kuropean Aid 


Diverting 


By Lewis Gulick 


Associated Press 


The House Foreign Affairs 
Committee said yesterday that 
large amounts of United States 
arms shipments slated for Eu- 


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McKeldin Defends Cost of Peace 


man ‘is armed for peace,” he 
said. 


Heidelberg, Germany, May 
26 ae nyo pee poe 
been ng a heavy ce for 
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t of the loss inflicted 


Maryland's overseas school, the 


$50 billion, Gov Governor said the country’s 


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program is part of. America’s 
own defense effort. 

| © Disclosed the Committee 
‘voted down a proposal to bar! 
‘United States aid to any coun- 
try placing American service- 


men abroad under its own sys-/ - 


policy is for peace, “not indeed 
at any price, but at any reason- 
“When you reflect thai four able price.” 

years of war cost us well over, And he said the university's 
$300 billion, 11 years of peace overseas program is part of 
were a ba.:gain at $50 billion, the campaign for peace. 

and this refers only to the “A_ well-equipped soldier is 
money cost, which is the small- armed for war, but an educated 


McKeldin of Maryland said 


today. 


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‘exercises at the Uni-ersity of|yeai 


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Gen. Harmon Due at Walter Reed 
DENVER, May 26 # — Lt. Existence of the tumor was 


Gen. Hubert R. Harmon, super- 
intendent of the U. S. Air Force Neahd Was 17 Gon Ween 
ann several months 


Academy, will be flown to Wal- 
he was retiring July 1 to 


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ton next for further|a bank presidency at San An- 


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| No specific European country Statement the Committee! 


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‘Chairman James P. Richards sould continue as long as; 


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(D-S. C.) had previously named there is a Communist menace—| 
\Britain, France and West Ger-| Would give foreign countries! 


Lynn Wattier, 21, who be- 
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came lost Thursday while 
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11,245-foot Mt, Hood, in | The Committee said a “sub-|"n each year. | 


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‘cold-war front mations such as) 
Korea, Formosa, Thailand, Pak- 
Se : istan and Turkey. , 
| “The present situation in) 
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ménts of uncertainty to ro wad 
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AUDUBON, Iowa, May 26 1) ° —— on ory gp art | 
A 35-year-old minister said to- ee ee eae within ed 
day he quit the ministry be-' eoular United States defense 
cause the “pressure” on his budget next year, instead of in 
family prevented his children the foreign aid “e ye Povstrte 
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children, Jonathan, 12: Jean- Robert H. Rawlins, secretary; 
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Air Force Faces 
Tanker Dearth 


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Gen. Curtis E. LeMay says|piston-engine KC-97 tankers. 
a “budget ceiling” on Air Force|But he said the latter are un- 
aircraft production will leave able to “haul enough gas” or 
‘his retaliatory hydrogen “fly high enough to work real 
bomber force “considerably|well” with the B-52. 
short” of the air-refueling) Presently approved plans for 
tanker planes it needs to be procurement of the jet-tanker, 
‘fully combat-ready. ihe said, call for reaching aiserve units at Akron, Ohio, | would not “dare” to launch a 
Furthermore, scheduled eh a baer F ‘ge same as pp te cer Jr. Assistant surprise attack on the conti- 
put of KC-135 jet tankers is 18 \the B-5 the program “got! Navy Secretary for Air, assert-| . 
months behind that of the B-52\a late start” and now lags be-'ed that carrier forces “are the ental or “or = ae 
} heavy bombers they are de-|hind the bomber schedule »y/essential counter to thermo- Nations allies while nav 
i signed to team up with and/18 months. Furthermore, Le- nuclear war.” The text of striking forces roamed the high 
make fully “seni aeerwnee ced tm said, the ee ghee calls|\Smith’s speech was released seas unopposed. He said the 
and independent of overseas only for two tankers for every here. 
bases, LeMay declared. three bombers, whereas the) Only last Monday Secretary age Mn attack 
The Strategic Air Command)“ratio should be 1-to-l.” He\of Defense Charles E. Wilson) 1. aig not go into the matter 


© will not receive the first of the;also indicated there are no'reaffirmed that the “Air Force | o¢ how Russia could pin down 


418 EIGHTH ST. S.E. LI. 7.8340 % ew tankers until next April,/plans for building KC-135s to\has the primary strategic ine approximately 2000 bomb-| 
= | he disclosed in secret testimony |replace the KC-97 for refueling'(hombing) mission” and the/an< of the Strategic Air Com- 

7 3k : nope MS fo ee taken by a Senate subcommit-|the B-47. Navy a “secondary” responsi-|,snd which are held in readi- 
re — tee and made public yesterday; Asked why tanker production’ pility in that realm. ‘ness in this country and at 
~| after security clearance by the) was “so slow,” LeMay replied:/ Also, in commenting on Air overseas bases 
Defense Department. | “We are always operating on'Chief of Staff Gen. Nathan F. 
LeMay also added fuel to the|a limited budget ceiling . . -'Twining’s claim to Congress) 
mounting interservice contro-/We chose more bombers than! tha: the Navy could make only §) 


versy Over roles and missions) tankers.” a “small” strategic air contribu- 


with some caustic comments in| During three days of testi-| tion, Wilson had said that the, 
operating 


voicing his opinion of the value|mony, LeMay also: Navy capability was “not of the 


varrier Air-Base Claim) 21 ttwerstime 
Heats Up Service Feud) . : tsctusivety st campbeits in 

United Press Washington and Silver Spring 
The Navy's top aviation offi-jdetails, but declared “the mo- — 


cial poured fuel on the flaming bility of a naval striking force 
inter-service dispute yesterday|permits it to focus its attack) 
by claiming carrier-based|on an aggressor's heartland 
bombers can “hit any target ON from a multitude of points on 
earth” with H-bombs or other ine high seas.” 


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President Eisenhower and De-|the United States 10 to 1. | Smith said that naval strik- 
fense Secretary Charles E. Wil- ® Said the Distant Early ing forces could attack “an ag- 
son have cited the “powerful”|Warning radar line (Dewline) gressor’s heart land” and de- 
strategic A-bommbing capabilities now being built across the top liver a “mortal blow.” 
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ahead of the Russians in long- 
‘range land-based bombers. 

“Short-range” Navy carrier 
planes “cannot reach back deep 
into Russia” and therefore will 
have “no effect on the United | 
States winning or losing the 
over-all airpower battle,” Le-| 
May said. 

“We never are able to plan 
definitely on the fleet because 
we don't know where they are 
‘going to be,” he added, declar- 
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ithe open. * | 
| he testimony also came be-| 
‘fore. Wilson announced that! 
| B-52 production will be stepped | 
up to 20 a month instead of 17,| 
‘and at an earlier date than 
planned earlier. 

| Therefore, warning by LeMay’ 
about the danger of the lower} 
production program lost much 
of its point. Comparing United 
States planned production of) 
| intercontinental bombers with’ 
| intelligence estimates of future) 
'Soviet output, he said that by| 
/1959 Russia would have twice/ 
‘as many heavy bombers as 
this Nation, and about an equal | 
‘number of strategic land-based 


the presently planned Dewline|as set forth in a document that! 


general use,” he said. 


ing so many in the southern| 


rines could come into the Gulf 


icause bombers 


“effective use” for a “very |surprised a number of naval 
limited period,” because the! officers who were asked about} 
Russians probably will have “aithem. They said Smith seemed }} 
pretty good” intercontinental'tg be answering Air Force) 
ballistics missile by the time|cjaims against aircraft carriers| 


when we install 


extensions are refinished. Dew- 
line “won't be any protection” 
when the ICBM “comes into 


was leaked to the press last: 
weekend. i] 
“An aircraft or missile with) 
a range of 1700 miles can be) 
* Disclosed he wants to put) jaunched from a selected point| 
mete SAC bases in the northern! at sea and reach any land tar- 
United States instead of hav-| get on earth,” Smith asserted. | AIR 
A Navy authority said Smith}; # 
states, because Soviet subma-|apparently referred to the | 
‘Douglas A3D bomber which is|}) | 
of Mexico and lob missles at\expected to go into service CONDITIONING 
‘aboard the super<arrier For-|}) 
® Revealed plans are afoot to|restal next January. This of- 
put a radar net across the ficer said the A3D could reach 
southern part of the United| targets at such a distance only 
States, because by 1960 the! by earrying a “minimum” bomb) 
Reds’ turboprop bomber Bear load and probably would have 
probably can be refueled in the/| to refuel in the air. ; 
air, mgke an end run around; There is no missile known 
preserit radar defenses and today to have a range of 1700 
come in from the southeast. miles except the Air Force’s 
®*Said SAC needed more subsonic Snark, a  pilotiess']) 
bases in the United States be-| bomber with intercontinental 
now are|range. The Army and Navy are 
crowded on them almost “wing-| jointly working on a mid-range 
tip to wingtip.” |missile which Smith referred to 
® Agreed with Sen. Henry/4s a4 1500-mile ballistic missile 
Jackson (D-Wash.) that the called the Jupiter. 
Boeing plants in Washington; The vulnerability of carriers 
state and Kansas are capable|approaching Eurasia close 
of building 45 B-52s a month or|enough to launch planes with- 
stepping up KC-135 production in’ 1500 miles of Soviet targets 
“substantially.” was discussed in the “smuggled” 
Air Force document. It said 
such carriers would have to be 
in the Mediterranean, Red Sea, 


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812 F ST. N.W. oe tg pelea po geri, White House indicated that | 

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EVENINGS ‘TIL 9 The General made it ities ann oe they did rd 
his forecast was based on the ‘ ; , 

romper am wn Fn poy 17-a-month B-52 schedule then|_ 1" Moscow Friday, Soviet) 

omen tam in effect. ‘Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov 

Questioned about the lagging W45 @8ked whether the Chiefs, 
jet-tanker program, LeMay|™ight be invited to Russia and/ 
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The American response to! 
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Enough, Says Kefauver On Virginia’s School Problem 


substantially from Administra- 
tion policies, Kefauver said|- By Robert E. Baker Charles R. Fenwick of Arling-! southside Virginians and othe 
ton and Delegate Harry B. who; by this time, were 


Democrats must not only offer Staf! Reporter 
voters a “real choice” against ' Davis of Princess Anne, are re-|ginning to shy away from t 
Members of Virginia’s Gray) ported still in favor of its or- Gray program because it 


amar y|Mr. Eisenhower, but a choice c ‘eal pA | 
led Democratic ticket “was not/ apparent: Any talk of a “deal”| between programs as well. - ae eg “ais me ag P we “want iginal plan. They also believe, contemplate the entering wedge 


good enough to win in 1952 and| between Stevenson and Ke-| “I do not believe that for the | 
will not be good enough to win fauver on a_vice-presidential sake of the people of the United to junk their school progr a Oe pn ate dase ace gon te been su 
in 1956.” ‘Tole for the Tennessean Wen:|States or the peace of the some want to sheive it tem! july and the suits filed in four|jected io immense pressu 

He said Democrats must offer out the window last Tuesday world, the Democratic Party porarily; others want to pus other communities by the Na-| Commission Chairman Garla 
the country a “real choice”, when the roughhouse started.'can afford-to lose in 1956.”" he it ‘tional Association for the Ad-'Gray~of Waverly and G 
against President Eisenhower «gag fis Chance” went on to say. “There -is too! ! 
or they will just as surely go ' ‘}much at stake.” | 
down to defeat once again. | The decision to challenge) “jt is the Democratic Party| 

Still stalking his Democratic Stevenson's ability to win forthe whose policies have been 
opponent for the 28 convention party had been mulled over for strong, direct and clear in the’ 
votes of this State, the Tennes-\days before Kefauver finally field of foreign policy, trusted, 
see Senator described any Ste- let fly today at Wauchula. respected and understood by| 
venson ticket as “the same! Only three nights ago at our friends around the world, | 
package which proved _unac: Plant City Kefauver hinted at which can best work for the) 
ceptable to the majority of the same thing when he said! peaceful solution of the world’s 
voters in 1952." iat “my opponent had his chance” problems . . .” 

“We will deny destiny if we in 1952. The Tennessean said) Kefauver’s motorcade, now 
go into this campaign prepared Stevenson was nominated at|led by the soundtruck of “Cow- 
to lose,” he told an audience at that time, even though he (Ke- boy” Brown, who piloted a, 
Wauchula, county seat of Har- fayyer) was then leading in the Stevenson motorcade last week- 


dee County. 9 bd 
. - _ | polis. end, proceeded across central 
“It will be no consolation” [pn 1952 “the Democratic can- Florida from Tampa to “| Powell . Char eS Denied 
even if we lose gracefully. didate carried only nine of the| Wales. Explained the harmon- 
Long-Shot Gamble 48 states,” he told Florida vot-j\ica-playing cov boy: 
. s today. “Florida, despite its er’s My Main Man.” 
Jabbing Stevenson, again and traditional devotion to the! Late today Stevenson flew! The Army said yesterday itsjevidence” that “the 
. ; 4 . : 3 « } itj P . 
oad a ap ve od nag ts = Democratic Party, was lost by from Lake Wales to Jackson-| policy of racial integration re- family and intimate friends of have ~ ‘Hart —, Fe ees ans Ghia pee aati of gesture toward compliance 
g : y-caouvie gamobdie 100.000 votes.” ville to make a half-hour els aT a President Eisenhower are de-| . Sen. Harry F. Byr ( "| » and yet they oppose a special 
to annex both the May 29 Flor- “"c.. ‘ by ethene Bale » WMBR ‘mains in force and is “changed tai Sringing b ‘ _|Va.) called for massive and pas-|funds for private schooling to\session in the near future. 
ida and the June 5 California. "Ce ‘Men, he said. the Ke-\speech over MBR-TY. He}. fay.” mere) AnGING back segre-' ive resistance to the Supreme) those pupils objecting to as-|R : They feel such 
| » has taken over will fly back to Miami Sun./!" 90 way. ation. ~ : P Pr 7 we Ppp leances A ytr vase oltgpesty 
primary votes, either gracefully PUDIican Party has taken ; ° — om B Court’s desegregation decision; signment to an integrated pub- ld lish 
or ungracefully , the - Federal Government and day. On Monday, the eve of In answer to a question about In Charleston, S. C., Rep. nr Virginia General Asomahty a esheal oa Be cg Bape amid 
If he <an win both. his lieu- shown a willingness to use its the primary, he will stump theia charge by Rep. Adam Cayton'L. Mendel Rivers (D-S.C.) said passed an interposition resolu-| A special session of the Gen- feokiel, ee 
tenants say they will know how A a vos machinery for — a, ‘ae. one ¥ reagan g Powell (D-N.Y.) that the Army/Friday night he will ask the|tion protesting the decision, eral Assembly in late November; There has been some talk 
to deal with any “stop Kefau- ©®' Purposes wherever ee a y to . Os Ampeies. is returning to racial segrega-| louse Armed Services Com-'anq more than 100 Congress-|and early December paved the of a possible solution. This 
ver” movement at the Chicago Whenever it wished He In Jacksonville tonight Ke-| sion. an Army spokesman said: | ™ittee to call Powell to exX-\men signed the Southern Man-|way for a referendum on Jan-'would be a Gray Commission 
convention. They insist just as er that “through its Re. fauyer a or pg npr “The Army policy on integra- Plain his charges. ifesto, also criticizing the de-\uary 9. Virginians gave their recommendation for a special 
emphatically that Stevenson or > ci epee anak pe nt if tai ; iit. tion has changed in no way.” | In his New York speech, 'cision. }approval by a two to one mar- session in the fall. If the Govet- 
must win both to walk off with fe ican Party can yar easenaten se b ao endl Arabs mi ‘| Powell, a Negro, told a civil|}Powell said military. ordeys| These events helped rein-/gin. /nor were to call it, then this 
the nomination. the front pages and the airways | tary i os oad } Afabia, Say! -ights rally in New York Thurs-|called- for “Caucasian person-|force the Southside’s deter-| A few days after the referen-\action might be used as a 
The always unorthodox eTen- Of this Nation at any moment it | Ing ‘ onion Heh ert day night that “the leaders of/nel” in “fort after fort in this|mination against integration;}dum, the Arlington School) mitigating circumstance in the 
nessean had thrown away all the Chooses. ae on our part ee ont armed forces are guilty of| country, restoring segregation,” | and the Gray Commission now Board announced a partial in-|Federal court case of Prince 
rule books in the last five days Yet,” he said, “in the fave against various iths. treason” because, he said, they|and added: “At the Pentagon,/is subject to enormous pres-|tegration,; plan to begin in Sep-| Edward County, scheduled for 
of this primary to lambast the Of all this assembled might and |have disobeyed President Eji-|that spearhead in the fight for|sure not to take any integra-|tember, providing it met with| July 9. Then, by the fall, peg- 
titular leader of his party on power, there are some Demo- India. Spain in Accord |senhower's orders against seg-|world freedom, all Negro per-|tion step. ‘State policy. haps the present confusion and 
everything from his old age|crats who are willing to try : oe 'regation of military personnel.|sonnel are frozen at grade four! A majority of the Gray Com-| Arlington was subjected to/division could be straightened 
_gegpe a 7 his practice med sre A» be ara pe oli yr! — May 26 (%—In-| He saic he had’ “documented |or five.” ‘mission, led %y State Sen.'criticism and retaliation from out. . 
‘ corporation lawyer mich prov unacceptaodie toidia and Spain have announced | 
The next three days will tell/the majority of our voters in/an eareceennd to establish dipio-| nny are 
the story of whether his charges 1952.” matic relations and exchange) * 
backfire or pay dividends in 3'| Implying that his op- ambassadors. 


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By Robert C. Albright larger than expected Kefauver 

/ Stat! Reporter gal manda happens be Flor. 
LAKE WALES, Fla., May 26/!¢8, Kefauver forces stand com- 
Seley _« | mitted to substantially the same 

Estes Kefauver told Florida! to otics in California. 


voters today that a Stevenson-| One fact becomes increasingly 


0 meet in Mchiond ths week vencement of Colored ‘People, Thomas B. Stanley. 1 OR 


. 'a special session of the General) Gray no doubt would like 
seit ciun i the result of Assembly should be called to|salvage the commission's pr¢ 
‘a hardening of Southside Vir-|implement the program. gram. Yet, his home distrigs 
'ginia opinion. Some members|} A strong minority on the oo - oi 8 syne ss 
from this great area, which has| commission, mostly from South-| 2" Pi + : —s “ toe 
|the heaviest: Negro population, |side, Va., now opposes the pro-| | Cesestegation. te has 
never did like the idea of any| gram. If any action is taken by| SU0Jerted to pressure to check 
school integration whatsoever|the full commission this week, ae ae gem gg — integration, 
in the Old Dominion. it would not be surprising if. tad s taniey has been sub 

So, when the Comniission)/™mority report were included. sovedihe z gre ge ten "t 
came up with its program last} The Gray Commission’s orig-| consider the Gray program and 
November — a program which/inal plan was a two-part pro- its possibility of some integra- 
would allow a’ little integration|gram which it called ins@par-\tion and, on the other hand 
—it was the result of comprom-| able. ‘from those who feel the pro- 
ise by the Southside after per- 


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It called for a pupil assign-| gram should be enacted to give 
sistent badgering by more mod-| ment system which would keep! school boards a guide | 
erate members from other sec-|as much racial segregation 4s} There has developed a third 

‘tions of the State. ’ possible — without classifying| group of legislators. They feel 
official | Since that time, the lines/students according to race. (the state must make some sort 


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2% — Politica] He has not forgotten how the historians of the future will 
Tennessean came from behind have to write this of 1956: “The 
to score an upset victory President was popular. The. 
against him in Minnesota. Nation stood still.” 

Both campaigners have en-| Stevenson has been angered 
countered powerful “I-like-[ke” by some of the things said by 
sentiment in Florida, and it) Kefauver — the implications 
must have made them wonder for example, that he was 
just how much the Democratic against old-age pensions, and 
presidential nomination will be that his work as counsel for! 
worth this year. Both, how- the Radio Corporation of Amer- 
ever, have campaigned as ifica kept him from attacking! | 
victory at their party’s conven-|the trand toward big business | 
tion in Chicago in August in the Eisenhower Administra-| 
would be tantamount to ation. But he has been relue 
lease on the White House in tant to make a brawl of the) 
November. Democratic contest down here. | 

That is the way politicians} “As far as the Senator is 
are, and must be, if America’s concerned” he said last night, 
two-party system is to work. “I believe I just won't bother. | 

Adlai made a speech last| There is an old saying that 
night at Fort Lauderdale and' when anyone slings mud they | 
made it quite clear that he re-| lose ground.” ) 
alized many of the nominal; He also observed that “you 
Democrats in his audience'¢ teach an old underdog | 
voted for President Eisenhower flew tricks.” ) 

1% sein i Sete | Stevenson, hes cersin ob] 

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MIAMI. May 
Scouts for Adlai Stevenson say 
he will beat Sen. Estes Ke- 
fauver in Florida’s presidential 
primary election Tuesday. 

Their ceports, called in from 
various sections, indicate that 
the twc candidates will split 
th ‘Sunsnine State’s 28 corven- 
tion votes but that Stevenson 
will get the lion’s share 

Stevenson himsel’ has made 
no victory claims, nor is he like- 
ly to. He has been too busy 
poundins hot pavements, shak- 
Ing hanis :nd making speeches 
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lon leaders. 

Past. @LYs.\ (ele, —=—u=mm=mem In his last speech of the 

Florida campaign, Stevenson| 

referred to the “fussing and' 

feuding between the Army and 

the Navy and the Air Force,” 

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dangerous.” 

“There is no excuse for play- 
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luxury apartments and Govern- 
ment offices. 

But in one quarter, “Mayme's 
deal” and its results have 
brought a joy that is tempered 
only with amazement at unex- 
pected good fortune. This is in’ 
the close-mouthed circle of men! 
who trade in slums and slum 
mortgages and do very well at 
it. 

(Morton Himmelfarb and Leo 
Schloss, 1025 Vermont ave. nw.,| 
the “wholesalers” in the Riley) 
deal, figure they alone turned a) 
neat $1200 profit, at least, on 
this house in the few days they 
held it. “You've got to get in) 
and get out quick,” Himmel- 
farb believes.) | 

The slum traders think 
Mayme and the 44-year-old Wy-' 
oming laborer-turned-lawyer,| 
John J. Spriggs Jr. who took her} 
case on a charity basis, may| 
have found them deep new 
veins in their well-worked gold 
mine. 

For Washington's slums are 
as ridden with second and third 
mortgages of dubious value as 
they are with crin.e, disease 
and despair. The owners of this 
flimsy raper, which often is 
traded unblushin«l~ for half or 
less of its face value, would con- 
sider any ruling that these 
mortgages must be paid off 
when the Government takes 
property as a real windfall. 

The Court of Appeals did not 
go that far in the Riley case, but 

it took a long 

step in that di- 

rection when it 

told the lower'| 

court it must 

“subject to a 

searching seru- 

tiny an award! 

so much less 

than her pur- 

chase price.” | 

In dozens of 

cases until now,| 

Mrs. Riley the RLA has 

successfully purchased or con- 

Gemned over-mortgaged slum 

houses for less than the own- 

érs paid—often for less than, 
they still owed 

Unsatisfied mortgage holders 
have taken their paper losses 
és a part of the “game.” None, 
RLA officials report, has tried 
fo collect from the hapless— 
and often financially worthless ; 
owners. | 

Mayme Riley’s case, however, 

was the first award appealed on 
Which a ruling has been made.) 
Appeals have been taken from 
jury awards in only a half- 
dozen cases. If the ruling stands 
and a higher price ultimately is 
paid for Mayme’s house than 
the jury awarded, more mort- 
ages will be placed on slums 
ue for clearance and more 
eases wil: be appealed, the RLA 
fears, greatly raising the pub- 
lic’s cost. 

The basic 
down to this: 

©The Government: Perhaps | 
there ought to be some relief! 
for victims of overmortgaging 
like Mayme Riley. But the pub-| 
lic shouldn't be forced to pro-| 
Vide it while the slum traders 
get rich off the practice. The) 
6nly proper public payment in, 
a condemnation case is “fair| 
market value,” and the courts) 
have held for years that this 
doesn’t mean the public must 
fescue an owner from a “bad 
deal.” 

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ave. sw., was the house that Mayme Riley bought for $9950 
in 1951. The other half was sold te William Brown for the 
same price. Six months earlier, both of these homes and a 
third one shown in the picture below, at 1008 8th st. nw., 
had been purchased by a “wholesaler” for a total of $13,500. 
Brown's house was bought at auction in 1954 for $3189.46, 
and the owner later took $5300 for it from the Government. 
In a condemnation case, a jury awarded $7006 for the Riley 
| house, but she appealed and the Appeals Court said the 
award was too low since it left Mrs. Riley owing $1900; The 
| Government may appeal the decision. 


| ithe second trusts on the Dela-| procedure would “wipe out” the 


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bought mostly on credit. The the new houses built under 
6ld concepts grew up before FHA and VA loans with small 
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. , | taken” when it was pointed out/ Housing Authority cut her rent 
This got the “wholesalers,”|to him that the sale to Oxen- from $67 to $27 a month at the 
Himmelfarb and Schloss, out burg took place after the Gov-|Ejjen Wilson public housing 
of the picture estimated by ernment already owned it. roject where she now’ li 
Himmelfarb at about $3700 or| id | f ’ a 
| An attorney for the RLA said Her only income, she said, has 
$5800 on the three houses. the sale “would be of no force |peen unemployment compen- 
it left Martin in control, re-| or standing” since it took place| sation since she quit her job 
sponsible for the $10,000 worth! after the Government took pos-| would she still like to own a. 
of first trusts; $11,750 in second session. home again? “Yee I would.”| 
trusts and with a cash outlay; Oxenburg, asking that his said Ma “b ; he Dis- 
of $1800, or a total price ta Sa Se ee ee ee ee 
; Pp & name “be kept out of this,” re- trict. I've had enough.” 
of $23,550—more than $10,000| fused to discuss the transaction ' 
above the price paid by Him-|on advice of his attorney,| 
melfarb and Schloss. Charles E. Ford, whom he con- 
_Martin then proceeded to! sulted at a hospital by tele- 
find ultimate customers for the phone where Ford is ill. 
properties. It took him awhile.| Because of this recorded 
But finally he sold them all for! “saje” to Oxenburg, the Govern-| 
| total price of $30,850—another| ment has placed a “hold order” | 
oo gain, although most of! on the $7000 jury award pend- 
it was on paper. ing a new title check to see who 
*On Nov. 3, 1951, he sold should get whatever money is: 
the first one. the 8th st. prop- paid by the Government. 
erty, to Viola Frances Jones. Spriggs and Martin. who have 
She had to take over payments shared the 1118 14th st. office 
on the first and second trusts, since both became interested in| 
and in addition, gave Martin a the Riley case, promised a scrap | 
third trust for $3313.50. Total|i¢ anyone tries to cut Martin 
Sale price was $10,950. Pay-| out ef payment for the third 
| ments totaled $82.50 a month. ‘trust he received from Riley 
|_©On Nov. 6, 1951, he sold Oxenbure’s second trust would 
823 Delaware, to Mayme Riley.) take priority on the award even 
She took on the first and sec-|if the foreclosure sale was il- 
ond trusts, put up about $300 Jegal, however, and the third! 
cash and gave Martin's straw,| trust remained an obligation on| 
| Violet Barbour, a third trust for! the property. 
$2727.92. Total “sale” price was; As the “retailer” of Mayme’s| 
$9950. Total payments were house, Martin apparently has 
$72.50 a month. _ .| his money out, too, though pos- 
| © On Dec, 3, 1951, the third sibly without interest. He re-| 
house from the package, the ceived the $300 down payment! 
other half of the semi-detached and payments on the third trust) 
home bought by Mayme, was for 30 months to cover his $600) 
sold to William Brown, also for! cash outlay, although the third! 
$9950, on the same terms given trust payments didn't cover! 
in the Riley sale. interest. The $7000 jury award, 
| Nothing happened then until) even if it is not increased as a 
early 1954 when the RLA began result of the appeal,. would 
to negotiate for purchase of cover the balances on the first 
the two Delaware ave. homes and second trusts and part of 
as a part of the Area B slum the third. 
clearance program. | But the third trust, whether 
__ © Aware that he seon would secured any longer by the prop- 
jose the house, Brown stupped erty or not, remains a personal| <7 
‘making payments and Oxen- obligation of Mayme, and the 
‘burg, who held the second trust, jury award would leave her 
foreclosed on the property in $1900 short of paying it off. 
May, buying it himself for $500, To pay off a $421 claim by 
cash subject to a $2689.46 bal-'the Federal Housing Adminis- 
ance on the first trust, or a tration arising from a halance 
total price of $3189.46. Two she still owed on a new furnace 
years later, Oxenburg accepted 
a stipulated payment of $5300 
for the property from the RLA.| 
Mayme, too, was threatened 
with foreclosure in May but! Phete & | 
made up back payments and re- e Quick Photo 
tained title until the RLA took! finishing 9. Eres 
the house under its condengna.| Supplies @ Easy 
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praised value, $6250, with the Brenner 933 th = 
court for the Riley house, but) Ove. Just. Dest. 6. Theres. 
Mayme refused to take it and 
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Metropolitan Washington's population has grown nearly) On Road Bill 
¢case and doesn’t think: Mayme three times as fast as the Nation’s since 1950, the Government 
will either. The trust holders reported yesterday 
| By Joe Hall 
WT cas Gnte ton plain pee At the start of 1956, the Census Bureau estimated 1,884,000 Asslictated Prese 
jumping,” he says. “It's like as | lived in this area, a 29 per cent gain. Over the country, the Sen. Thomas H. Kuchel (R- 
‘if Mayme bought a plate of |increase was 10 per cent. : Calif.) yesterday pledged a Sen- 
‘beans for 75 cents and when' Biggest gains were in the suburbs, now more populous) sie goor fight to put a prevail- 
she'd eaten a few bites, the Gov-/ than the District itself. The complete 1950 census counted) ing wage amendment in the big 
Panag epee steams = oe fe | 002,178 in the District, 55 per cent of the area’s 1,464,089. wee le 
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‘only paid 20 cents for the beans | -ne newest figures show 859,000 or only 46 per cent inside) i > struction bill~ 
—but if Mayme couldn't find the ‘District line. - « > @ move that 
|'em any cheaper, that’s not her’ Fairfax County, Va., was the fastest growing section, adding, # win prove we 
fault,” . . (nearly 80 per cent for a total of 177,000. Close behind was) anaes  tamene 
4 ee a tory Montgomery County with a 77 per cent increase to 290,000. ete: 
oes — public records swail-| The report showed that the much vaunted flight-to-the- The multi- 
able, because “straw” names) Suburbs is less of a mass emigration than a more rapid build-} billion dollar 
often are used to conceal the/|up outside city limits. The District of Columbia added 56,000, road building 
identity of the real sellers.|4 7 per cent gain over 1950. | | ap on the Sen- 
Sales prices are not always re-| put Maryland suburbs picked up 233,000 for a 65 per cent , ake Goer Men. 
corded, and the various mort-'. Sear Kuchel 
gages are bought and sold pri-|mcrease and Virginia’s expanded by 131,000 or 43 per cent. day. The lead- 
vately. Together, they now account for 1,026,000, a 55 per centiership is planning to push it 
Based on interviews with advance. | through to passage by Tuesday 
many of the principals involved, | |night. 
however, and on court and| Kuchel told a reporter he 
woah came seg Mig Rone . iwould press for a roll call vote 
: J Ss se il , 
worth $9950 to her. whom she \V orld Watches Bias on his amendment to write into 
owes the money to and approxi- the bill a requirement that con- 
imately where they stand on the . “ | menggon “ - gag mare 
deal: | A B “ jtem must pay tl 
' a s 7 n de- 
© On June 14, 1951, Himm | wage rates in their area as 
ifarb and Schloss, “wholesale” il “s merica, rl on ays |termined by the Secretary of 
real estate dealers, bought 821 oe Labor. 
ard 823 Delaware ave. sw. and| Segregation is being watched/Leod Bethune ( ommemoriation; The 40,000-mile Interstate sys- 
1008 8th st. nw. in the “straw”/as the “single most important) Week” of the Council. tem, chiefly composed of super- 
name of Bernice Brumfield for roblem” on the American Freedman : summed up thejhighways, get the bulk of the 
$13,500 from the estate of Eliza- ” angen biggest political change in the| Federal money in the bill, with 
beth T. McPherson. scene by foreign correspond-|world today this way: “The)|$25 billion alloted to it. 
| Himmelfarb and Schloss put'ents covering this country, Ne-|world has shrunk into a neigh-| A Democratic Senator, ask- 
‘in $3500 cash and borrowed the|gro women leaders were told|borhood without yet growing ing not to be quoted, said his 
rest on first trust notes, $3000) yesterday. into a brotherhood. side might seek to take the’ 
each on the Delaware ave. prop-| Max Freedman, Washington) Earlier, more than 60 leader- play away from the Californian| 
erties from Perpetual Building|correspondent for the Man-\delegates from across the coun- 
Association, and $4000 on the'chester Guardian, told dele-\try heard panels on impact of 
8th st. house from Eastern’ gates to the leaders’ conference their organizations in the social 
Building Association. ‘sponsored by the National|and economic spheres. The ses-| 
® Eight days later, on June'Council of Negro Women: isions were held at the Statler. 
22, 1951, they recorded sale of| “Friends of America are) Among the speakers were 
all three properties to another | watching your progress and|Freida Hennock, former mem-|1931 law applying the same| 
broker who used the name of|hoping in conscience and heart ber of the Federal Communica-| standards to Federal construc- 
Violet M. Barbour as his|that the “solution will not be|tions Commission; Loy W. Hen- tion. is strongly backed by 
“straw.” Himmelfarb said she|deferred too long.” derson, Deputy Under Secretary’ jabor organizations. | 
was a “straw” for Charles T.| The British correspondent) of State for Administration; and The House. after a floor bat- 
Martin, 1118 14th st. ny. Mrs. brought the views of an inter-| Dr. Kenneth B. Clark, associate tle. voted 192 to 77 to keep a 
Barbour, when queried aboutiested observer to the thirdiprofessor of psychology for the Bacon-Davis Amendment in its 
the property, sald Martin “han-'workshop of a one-day confer-|College of the City of New version of the highway legisla 
died everything” for her. ‘ence closing out the “Mary Mc-) York. tion 
Martin paid $1800 cash for the , te ) 
properties, according to Him-|~~ ae ee nk ae 
melfarb, assumed the first trusts W 
and gave Himmelfarb andithat this awartl would leave and other improvements for|ing its own road plan for the 
Schloss second trusts of $4000 Mayme owing about $1900 ON which she got an FHA Title 1; House version, eliminated the 
each on the Delaware ave. her second and third trusts. loan of $877. Mayme last fall prevailing wage provision. 
homes and $3750 on the 8th st In a move apparently de- hed t bh, b ae Kuchel pointed out that the 
‘house. signed to further secure his “#¢ ‘° quit her job at CSC. Senate highway bill as it went 
| ©Shortly thereafter Him-| second trust on the Riley prop-| The FHA took the money out to the floor in 1955 contained a 
'melfarb and Schloss sold these erty, Oxenburg, meanwhile, had of the retirement fund she had Bacon-Davis requirement. But 
‘second trusts at the usual’ “bought” it at a foreclosure built wu the ll v . this was knocked out there by 
heavy discount. Himmelfarb sale Sept. 21, 1954, after the e 0 ag in Fame: bp me ¢ Democratic leaders because of 
‘said David Nimitz, 1010 Ver-|Government had taken title to "**" e Government. “It\ strong opposition from South- 
‘mont ave. nw.. a real estate it and Mayme had stopped mak-|was the only way I could get’ erners. 
idealer and auctioneer, bought! ing payments. Normally this the money to pay them off,” she| Some Southern Senators con- 
| , said. Later she tried getting her tended the provision would 
)ware ave. properties for $3800 third trust as a lien on the jcb back but was told there|tend to drive up farm rates 
|—Jess than half their $8000 face property. were no openings. Now she’s | They said they might have to 
value, and later resold them! George Basiliko, 1113 I st.'jooking for housework. oppose the entire bill if it were 
for an undisclosed profit to nw., one of the trustees on the; Recently, Mayme included. 
oo all eae tite Pag nerd second trust note who arranged first break from Kuchel said he did not see 
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“Gey as lovghter, bright os stordust.” 
—Weolter Winchell 
CHILDREN! Bring MOM & DAD! 
3,500 SPECIAL RESERVED SEATS! 
Children, and Adults Accom- $4 
panied by Children each onty 
ADULTS ALONE $1.50 
All Other Reserved Seats ——- 
$2.00, 2.50, 3.00. Tax included. 
TICKETS INCLUDE ADMISSION TO MENAGERIE 


orks Committee, in substitut-| 


I’m 
going to the 
SINGER 


used machine 
SALE 


at my 


SINGER 
SEWING CENTER 


marvel 
of the 
plastic 


NT 


olors 


$ ’ hilly <3 : 


ee 


Duron VINYLASTIC whisks on and dries almost immediately to a 
smooth flat finish. Outstanding beauty in tough vinyl plastic for all 


with amazing ease 
ries in 30 minutes. 


Highly scrubbable VINYLASTIC requires no special primer—covers 
most surfaces in one coat. Recommended by decorators. 
Pastel shades $5.25 gal., $1.65 qt.—Darker colors slightly higher. 


Metropolitan Paint Co. 


2531 Ennalls Ave. 
to. $-4777 > 
On the Triensic? 


STORES 


, 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD. 
Sanday. ag ©. 1956 AlD . 


Pete 


oe ie 


C4 


DAY SUNDAY! 10 am. 10 


Save More! 


At George’s Newer & 
Greater Warehouse! 


2146 24th 
Place, N.E. 
~ FREE PARKING 


on our huge lot adjacent to our 
warehouse . . . no minimum pur- 
chase required and you can park as 
long as you like! 


GIANT WALL-TO-WALL Geman ‘OF TV & APPLIANCES 


LOOR SAMPLE TV" 11 NEW AIR CONDITIONERS DOES 5 


WHO a spaned oe ONE 

} HOUSE CLEANI 
AND APPLIANCES! ! ns 
Some slightly scratched or marred . . . many just like new . . . most have Still in Original Factory-Sealed Crates 

Reg. $329.50 New 1955 


-- rea + 
e- . 


should really be thought of as Spring Warehouse Cleaning. | 
never been plugged in . . . all are tremendous values! : 


ou, you ask? Well, just the most wonderful wall-to-wall savings 
plenty of 
TELEVISION SAVINGS , Reg. $359.98" 


SE 
— 


you've seen in a long, long time. Nothing is held back— 
pen —— ry odds and ends as well as floor samples. But Pe gb 7 can rest 
sured of, Everything is plainly marked. . . both in this ad and in our Ware- 


$469.95 "SS CROSLEY 14 cv. #. 


m $359.95 ‘55 NORGE 10 cu. #. 


m ELECTRIC RANGE 


$279.95 "56 MOTOROLA 21 -Series & 
TV Table Model 148 
$369.95 ‘55 CBS 21-Series. TV x 
Mahogany Console 126 
$299.95 ‘536 FAMOUS MAKE 17-Series TV 
3-WAY COM6B. wredice end 
phono 

$239.95 ‘56 ADMIRAL r5 Series § 

TY Table Model 129 
$399.95 ‘Sé sauna MAKE 21-Series TV 
3-WAY COMB. w/redice and 
phono . 

$249.56. '56 CROSLEY 21-Series S 

TV Teble Model ~ 116 
$359.95 ‘56 PHILCO 21 -Series 
TV Console Mode! .. $195 
$169.95 ‘56 CROSLEY 17-Series $88 
TV Table Model 

$269.95 “55 RCA 21-Series 

TV Console Model $157 
$329.95 ‘56 MOTOROLA 21-Series 

TY Mahogany Console $153 
$319.95 ‘56 PHILCO 24-Series 
TV Table Model _ $169 
$279.95 ‘56 ADMIRAL 24 Series 

TV Teble Mode! $139 
$139.95. "56 CROSLEY 17-Series 
TV Teble Model ; $94 
$319.95 54 FAMOUS MAKE 21. 
Series TV Console Mode! 

$168.00 “56 EMERSON 14-Series 
TY Portable 

$169.95 ‘56 PHILCO 17-Series 

TV Teble Model 

$229.95 ‘56 CROSLEY 21-Series 
TV Teble Medel 

$279.95 56 FAMOUS MAKE 

71 .Series TV Table Mode! ‘ 
$399.95 “55 CAPEHMART 21 -Series 
TV Blonde Console 

$309.95 ‘56 MOTOROLA 2) .-Series 
TY Blonde Console 

$239.95 ‘56 CROSLEY 21-Series 


$159 
$99 


$179.95 ‘56 CROSLEY 17-Series 
TV Teble Model 

$359.95 ‘S36 PHILCO 21.Series TV 
Console w/full doors 

$329.95 ‘S55 WESTINGHOUSE 21. 
Series TY Mahogany Console 
$219.95 ‘36 PHILCO 21-Series 
TV Swivelet 

$399.95 ‘36 ZENITH 21-Series TV 
Console w/flashmatic tuning 
$359.95 ‘SS CAPEHART 71 Sestes 
TV Mohegeny Console w/doors.. 


$144 
oo. Sie 


$599.95 ‘S6 FAMOUS MAKE 21-Series TV 
3-WAY COMB. w/AM-FM radio 
ond phone $ 


$169.95 ‘56 MOTOROLA 21-Series 
TV Table Model w/alum. tube $117 


$209.95 ‘55 RCA 21-Series $136 


$98 
$189 
~ $129 
$117 
$179 


TV Teble Model : 
$279.95 ‘56 EMERSON 21-Series 
TV Teble Model w/legs 
$239.95 ‘S56 ADMIRAL 21-Series 
TV Table Model , 
$389.95 ‘S6 CROSLEY 721-Series 
TV Console w/phone : 
$169.95 ‘56 MOTOROLA 17. Series 


TV Table Model $117 


$519.95 ‘S6 FAMOUS MAKE 21-Series TV 


3-WAY COMB. w/ AMM roadie 
end phone ses 
wrewne 7 $416 
$149.95 “SS RCA 17-Series $112 
. $89 
_ $129 
. $110 


TY Teble Model 
$138.00 ‘56 EMERSON 17-Series 


TV Table Model 

$199.95 ‘55 RCA 21-Series TV 

Ebony Teble Model 

$199.95 56 CROSLEY 21-Series 

TY Teble Model 

$399.95 ‘56 PHILCO 24. Sedtes' 

TV Console Model 6 
$259.95 ‘SS RCA 2)1-Series 

TY Console Mode! 
$249.95 ‘S56 ZENITH 21-Series TV Table 
Model in Blend 

Ook 

1956 GENERAL ELECTRIC 14-Series 

TV Portable o¢ $88 
$209.95 ‘56 MOTOROLA 21-Series 

TV Teble Model $124 
$299.95 "56 MOTOROLA 21-Series 
TV Mahogany Console $149 
$349.95 ‘56 MOTOROLA 21-Series $177 
TV Mehegany Console 


TV Table Model 
$139.95 ‘56 CROSLEY 17-Series 

TV Table Model 

$349.95 36 PHILCO 2)1-Series 

TY Console Model 

$349.95 “55 CAPEHART 21-Series 

TV Blonde Console 

$259.95 ‘56 PHILCO 21-Series 

TV Swivelet 

$299.95 ‘56 TOP BRAND 17-Series TY 3-WAY 

COMB. w/redic and 

phono 

$219.95 ‘56 MOTOROLA 21-Series 

TV Teble Mode! . $129 

$339.95 "55 HOTPOINT 10.5 cu. f 

REFRIGERATOR w / freezer $169 

$459.95 °SS FRIGIDAIRE 11.2 cw 

REFRIGERATOR 2-dr. w/ door 

shelves 

$169.95 ‘55 ADMIRAL 7.3 cu. ft. 

REFRIGERATOR 

$249.95 “55 KELVINATOR 8 cw 

REFRIGERATOR w door shelves, 

freerer ond crisper 

$169.95 SS QUIK-FREZ 5.5 

ty. ff. REFRIGERATOR 

$79.95 "SS ADMIRAL 8 cu. fF. 

RE. *IGERATOR $1 19 

29.°S “S6 FRIGIDAIRE 12 cu. #. Deluxe 

REFRI. SRATOR 

w/aute, defrost 

$249.95 °.% HOTPOINT 83 cu * $89 

REFRIGERA, WR w U-shope canbe 
= $399.95 S5. € 1) ow, ff $217 

REFRIGERATOR w freezer 


= $419.95 ‘55 NOR, £12 ew. ff. REFRIGERATOR 


” w/aute, defrost a * twin 


crigpers . Hes 
FREEAERS 

erase = $99 

$499.95 "55 NORGE 17 cu ft. $244 

UPRIGHT FREEZER . roo & 

1956 ADMIRAL 10 cu. ff. 

UPRIGHT FREEZER 

$499.95 HOTPOINT 16 cw. *F. 

UPRIGHT FREEZER w door shelves 

$188 

$177 

$187 


$159 


UPRIGHT FREEZER 
$349.95 ‘55 FRIGIDAIRE 12.5 cu. 
ft. UPRIGHT FREEZER 


CHEST FREEZER 

$399.95 ‘55 G.E. 11 ev. 

CHEST FREEZER 

$354.33 ‘55 WESTINGHOUSE 8.5 
cu. ff. UPRIGHT FREEZER 


RANGES 


$224.50 55 TAPPAN 30-inch 

GAS RANGE 

$179.95 ‘55 NORGE Full-Size 

GAS RANGE 

$129.95 ‘56 FAMOUS MAKE 

34-inch GAS RANGE 

$249.50 ‘55 TAPPAN 30-inch 

Deluxe GAS RANGE $136 

yt teed nas 40-inch "6477 
w, double oven in > 


green 
$169.95 “55 NORGE Full-Size $67 
$166 


GAS RANGE 
$399.95 ‘55 ADMIRAL 40-inch 

$239.95 "55 RCA ESTATE 40-inch $98 
GAS RANGE w/ griddle : 


LAUNDRY 
EQUIPMENT 


$289.95 ‘55 NORGE AUTOMATIC $119 
WASHER w, time-line contro! 
$219.95 55 NORGE ELECTRIC 
DRYER sae 
$249.95 ‘56 BENDIX Supermotic 
AUTOMATIC WASHER 
$229.95 "55 BENDIX Super-Fast 
ELECTRIC DRYER 
$319.95 "56 WHIRLPOOL Deluxe 
AUTOMATIC WASHER - 
$129.95 55 NORGE 
ELECTRIC ORYER 
$229.95 ‘55 NORGE 
AUTOMATIC WASHER 
$189.95 ‘Sé KELVINATOR 
ELECTRIC ORYER . 
$1979.95 ‘55 BENDIX AUTOMATIC | 
WASHER w/agitetor action 
$219.95 55 NORGE GAS 
DRYER 
$2979.95 HOTPOINT AUTOMATIC 
WASHER 
eon 95 HOTPOINT ELECTRIC 

ver 


$69 
$99 
$129 


mee ‘3% BENDIX AUTOMATIC 
WASHER w/tumble ection... 
$249.95 ‘55 WESTINGHOUSE 
ELECTRIC ORYER ... 

$249.95 ‘56 KELVINATOR 
AUTOMATIC WASHER 

$239.95 HOTPOINT 

ELECTRIC DRYER e 
$339.95 ‘55 WESTINGHOUSE 
AUTOMATIC WASHER ee 
$259.95 ‘56 WHIRLPOOL 


ELECTRIC DRYER _ $134 


AIR CONDITIONERS 


$249.95 ‘SS SERVEL ‘a TON 9 
CASEMENT $6 
$3479.95 ‘55 TOP BRAND 34 TON 99 
Economy Leeder > 


~ $137 


$389.95 55 EMERSON ELECTRIC 
34 TON w/thermostot 

$549.95 HOTPOINT 2 TON Flush 
Mount with thermostat 

$349.95 ‘54 INTERNATIONAL 
HARVESTER 24 TON w/thermestot 
$299.95 S55 SERVEL ‘2 

TON CASEMENT 

$499.95 ‘S56 CHRYSLER AIRTEMP 

1 TON Deluxe Mode! 


DISHWASHERS 


$199.95 ‘S6 JAMES Portable 
AUTOMATIC DISHWASHER 
$279.95 ‘55 G.E. Mobile Maid 
AUTOMATIC DISHWASHER 


... $98 
$124 


Save on NEW FANS 


59.95 20-inch Electrically Reversible Window Fan 


with 2-Speed G.E. Motor 
59.95 Twin Casement 
Window Fan 


49.95 2-Speed Exhaust Window Fan 


with nel 


79.95 20-inch 3-Speed Reversible Mobile Fan on 
stand w/automatic thermostat & 5-yr. guarantee. 


24.95 12-inch Window Fan 
with. panel 


39.95 16-inch 3-Speed Window Fan 


with panels 


$99-95 
was 


46% 
ees 


“a 


PLUS MANY, MANY “OTHERS AT SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS! 


TOP "BRAND % TON 


72 omes, needs no specicl 
wiring . . . with evtometic 
thermostot 


177 RCA 1 TON 
Flush mount model with 


177 


thermostat 


ae ag aa 


$349.95 
HOTPOINT 
wit® jos CASEY 

push-butieg con 


177 


147 


TOP "BRAND ve TON 
Flush Mount Model 


Reg. $269.95 
HOTPOINT 


¥%4-TON CASEMENT 


72 omps., runs on norme 
house current 


157 


. $359.50 New 1955 
RCA % TON 


flush mount with 
stat 


Reg. $349.95 


72 omes. 


197 


Reg. $349.95 New 1956 
EMERSON ELECTRIC 


1-TON 


Flush mount with thermostat 


167 


HOTPOINT 1 TON 


Flush mount with thermostat 


V7 


eg. $499.95 


Reg. $289.95 
HOTPOINT % TON 


Fiush mount model 


7 
HOTPOINT 1'2 TON 


Flush mount with thermostot 


"217 


*167 


RCA % 


Reg. $399.95 New 


KELVINATOR 


%4-TON 
With heater & thermostot 


Reg. $369.50 New 1955 


CASEMENT 
With eutomatic thermostet 


187 


"13! |- 


Reg. $329.95 
Brand New 1956 
EMERSON ELECTRIC 
%4-TON 


Flush mount model with 
thermostot 


io 50 New 1955 
RCA i TON ] 67 
~ ve | 


With automotic thermostot 


*157 | - 


ee 


Reg. $319.50 New 1955 
RCA % TON 


Flush mount with thermostat 


*167 


Reg. $299.95 Brand New 
MITCHELL % TON 


Flush mount model 


*157 


Reg, $349.95 
Brand New 1956 


FAMOUS 
MAKE 


1-TON 
Fiush mount model 


NEW OUTDOOR 
ITEMS 
“" $1.39 


2.95 All om gg 

proof ‘/2-gol. 

7.95 3-Pc 

Bor-8-Que Set 

7% Ber-B-Qvue 

Fire Starter 

995 Adjustable Ovtdoor 

Portable Ber-8-Que Set $4.99 

18.95 22-inch De Luxe Ovtdoor Bar. 

a with bell beor- 

og elevator $1 1,95 

27.95 22-inch De Luxe Ovtdoor Bar. 
Que w/grill elevator and shelf 

. folds up for 

easy storoge 16.95 

56.95 22-inch De luxe Ovtdoor Bear. 

8-Que w grill elevator and shelf, 


44.95 17x34 ‘Ranch en 


11.95 Portable ice Chest, all metal, 
galvanized, glats fiber insulation, 
bettie opener and 

drain ovtie? .......... ' 
24.95 8.Ply Ovtdeor G win Ged tam 


plete with basketbal! & "$14.99 
shower attachment 


Ris a 


FLUSH 
MOUNT 


147 


NEW LAWN 
MOWERS 


149.95 2-inch Rotary Power Mower 
w/Briggs ond Strotten 24 HP, 
4-cycle Motor, leaf mulcher and 


~ 79.95 
, 


starter 

99.95 Foley i8-inch Rotary lLewn 
Mower w/Briags & Stretton Engine, 
leat mulcher & $70.96 
recai! starter 

109.95 Feley 2!-inch Rotery lewn 
Mower w ‘Brigas & Stratton Engine 
leat mulcher & 

reqpi! starter , ’ 


32.95 Lightweight $21 95 
' 


18-inch Cutherd Mower 
SHOWROOM SAMPLES 
ADIOS 
PHONOS. 


HI-FI’s 
PRICES SLASHED 


40% * 60% 


Cheose from among national. 
ly fomous brands: RCA, Philco, 
Webcor, Colymbie, Zenith, 


G.E., Crosley, Grundig, Sym- 


phonic, Etc., Etc 


Oe eee py en 


aaa. 22a 


eg. $499.95 Brand New 
MITCHELL 2 TON 


Flush mount with thermeste? 
ond 7-level comfort 


ATTENTION GOVT. EMPLOYEES 
Reg. $319.95 Brand New 


PHILCO 


1 TON—208 VOLTS 


197 


GREEN THUMB 
_ DEPT. 


1.50 20-%. Vinyl 
Plastic Seoker Hose 
29S 25-# 
Hose w/5-yr. 
gvorantee 

100 Stationory Garden 
Sprinklers 

1.00 All Bross 

Hose Nozzles 

39.95 Electric 

Hedge Trimmer 


3.25 Whirling 
lawn Sorinklers 
12.95 Dial-A-Rain 
Rotating Sprinkler 


3.95 Weed-O-Matic 
Weed Puller 

3.95 lewn Edger 

end Cutter 

All Gerdea 

Teols .. 

1.50 Piste! Grip 

Sprey Nozzles 

1.95 G@t.-Siz5o 

Fertilizer 

1.95 2-ib. Can Quelity 
lown Seed ... : 
5.3 Vo-gol. Fiuffium 
Miracle Soil Conditioner.. 


Smooth Plastic Garden 


1,59 


29¢ 
49c 


$18.88 
$1.99 
$8.60 
$2.99 


house. Yes, everything clea A marked— and clearly the best values .. . anywhere 


LONG, EASY CREDIT TERMS! 


— 2 et Soe 
SS — ae oe 


NEW ODDS and ENDS 


‘One and two of a kind .. . but you're sure to find just what you're looking for 
somewhere in this vast selection. All are still in the original factory cartons 
and crates. Nothing held back . . . everything must go! 


IRONER RANGES 


TELEVISION 


$329.95 New 1956 ADMIRAL 21- 
Series TV Blonde 

Censole ... 

New 1956 GENERAL ELECTRIC 14- 
Series TV $99 


$168.00 New 1956 EMERSON 14- 


Series TV Portable $] 06 


Model 
$389.95 New 1956 CROSLEY 21- 


Series TV Console $] 89 


Console w/phone 
$249.95 New 1956 ZENITH 21- 


Series TV Table 
Medet $164 
$169.95 New 1956 MOTOROLA 17- 


Series TV Table $123 


Model 
$239.95 New 1956 ADMIRAL 24- 


Series TV Toble $] 38 


Model 
$259.95 New 1955 RCA 21-Series 


$399.95 New 1956 ADMIRAL 21- 


Series TV 3-WAY COMB. $995 


w/radio and phone. 
$479.95 New 1956 FAMOUS MAKE 
21-Series, TY 3-WAY COMB. w/ 


AM-FM Radio and $945 


Phono 
$279.95 New 1956 MOTOROLA 21- 


Series TV Table $] 57 


Model 
1956 PHUCO 21- 


$259.95 New 
+176 


Series TV Console 
Model 

$259.95 New 1955 RCA 21-Series 
TV Console 
Medel $167 
$339.95 New 1956 PHUCO 21- 


so ™ Console $] 89 


$339.95 New 1955 RCA 21-Series 


TV Deluxe Console $996 


Model 
1956 PHILCO 21- 


$459.95 New 
$282 


Series TV Console 
w/phone .... 

$299.95 New 1955 RCA 24-Series 
TV Console 

Model 

$399.95 New 1956 TOP BRAND 21- 
Series TV 3-WAY COMB. ; 
w/radie and phone +] 84 


$179.95 New 1956 CON- 
LON CONSOLE IRONER ... $79 


DISHWASHERS 


$249.95 New APEX Portable 


AUTOMATIC $98 


DISHWASHER sen 
$279.95 New G.E. Mebile Maid 


AUTOMATIC 
DISHWASHER 


REFRIGERATORS 
and FREEZERS 


$299.95 New CROSLEY 9 cv. ff. 
REFRIGERATOR w/Preste- 
matic defrost and heen? 144 
$169.95 New ADMIRAL 7.3 cv. f. 
Deluxe 

REFRIGERATOR 
$399.95 Grand New 
ELECTRIC 11 cu. f. 


GENERAL 


$649.95 New 1956 KELVINATOR 
FOODARAMA 15.9 cu. ff. REFRIG- 
ERATOR & 166-lb. FREEZER, all in 
ene cabinet, only 47 


$389.95 New 1956 CROSLEY 11 cw. 
ft. Shelveder REFRIGER- 
ATOR w/avte. defrost... $189 


$499.95 New NORGE 17 

cu. . UPRIGHT FREEZER $259 
$424.95 New INTERNATIONAL 
HARVESTER 10 cu. &. REFRIGER- 
ATOR w/push-butten 

defrost $] 48 
$499.95 New 1956 CROSLEY 13 cw. 
ft. Shelvader REFRIGERATOR w/ 


auto. defrost and $9 39 


freezer 


$499.95 HOTPOINT 16 cu. f. UP- 
RIGHT FREEZER w/door 
shelves .. $249 
$249.95 HOTPOINT 83 cw. #. 
REFRIGERATOR 5 
w/U-thape freezer .. . 


$399.95 New GENERAL ELECTRIC 


1!) ew. ff. REFRIGERATOR 
w/ftreezer . $222 
$459.95 Grand New NORGE 15 cw. 
fr. CHEST 
PREEZER 


$189.95 New QUIK-FREZ 
5.5 cu. ft, REFRIGERATOR 


99 


$3464.50 New TAPPAN 


Full-Size GAS RANGE $144 


New 


$419.95 New 1956 FRIGIDAIRE 
40-inch ELECTRIC 
RANGE $264 
$299.95 New WESTINGHOUSE 
Full-Size Deluxe 

ELECTRIC RANGE $] 49 
$239.75 New ROPER 

30-inch GAS RANGE $] 39 
$144.50 New TAPPAN $77 
36-inch GAS RANGE 
$249.50 New TAPPAN 30- 

inch Deluxe GAS RANGE $] 47 
$469.95 New ADMIRAL 40-inch 
ELECTRIC RANGE 

w/dovuble oven >] 69 
* . 

Air Conditioners 
$399.95 New 1956 DEERING 1- 
TON Flush Mount w/thermostat 
for Regular or Casement 

Window ... $y] 79 
$399.95 Brand New G.E. 1-TON 
Flush Mount with Ther- 

mestat, Deluxe Model $169 
$349.95 New 1956 INTERNA- 
TIONAL HARVESTER % 

TON with Thermestot $] 49 
$349.95 New TOP BRAND % TON, 
the economy 

leader $] 29 
WASHERS and 
$299.95 1956 WHIRLPOOL 
ELECTRIC 

DRYER +] 66 
$329.95 New NORGE AUTOMATIC 
WASHER w/time-line 

control $] 58 
$239.95 HOTPOINT ELEC- 

TRIC DRYER $103 


$249.95 New 1956 KELVINATOR 
AUTOMATIC — 


WASHER ; +] ] 3 


$249.95 New 1956 BLACKSTONED 


a $136 
$88 


$179.95 New BENDIX 

Semi-Automatic WASHER 
WHIRLPOOL 

$98 


$179.95 New 1956 
ELECTRIC 
DRYER 


EASY TERMS 


Sorry, no mail, phone or C.0.D. orders. Take your purchases 


where desired. 


with you and save delivery costs. 
All merchandise subject to prior sale... @ 
come early for best selection. 


Installation and service extra, 


NEW MODERN and TRADITIONAL FURNITURE! 


MODERN 3-PC BEDROOM SUITE. 
Double dresser, chest end bookcase 


$160 


BEDROOM SUITE. 
Double dresser, chest and booktose 


in two-tone grey and pink 

Our Reg. $239.95 $150 
BEDROOM SUITE. 

chest and bookcose 


bed in beige finish. 
Our Rg. $219.95 
MODERN 3-PC. 


MODERN 3-PC. 
Double dresser, 
hed in walnut finish. 
Our Reg. $159.95 
MODERN 3-PC 
Dresser, chest and bed. 
Ovr Reg. $159.95 
MODERN 3-°C. BEDROOM 
bed in blende finish. $1 
Our Reg. $199.95 


7-PC. Cmgrre vena and 6 choirs 


in assorted colors 
Our Reg. $129.9 
FLOOR SAMPLE 
slightly Pace = 
dition 


20% ft w% 


“DINETTES 
° 


TY UT 


79 | ov Rog. $249.95 
BEDROOM SUITE. 


SUITE. 
Double dresser, chest and bookcase 


Some 


rf im 


BEDROOM SUITE. 
, chest end bookcase 


3-PC. 


Our Reg. $329.95 

3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE. 
dresser, 
bed in beautiful spruce 
finish. Our Reg. $259.95 
3-PC.. BEDROOM SUITE. 
dresser, chest end bookcase 
in dupont cordoven finish. 


BEDROOM SUITE. 
chest and bookcase 


3-PC. 
dresser, 
in sectoom mahogony. 
Our Reg. $319.95 

3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE 


LIVING 


frieze covers. 


“ Our Reg. cette 


ETT TTT 


Triple 
bed 


Double 
large chest ond bheokcose 


$209 | >: 


Double 


$188 


— 


$210 
dresser, chest and bookcase bed in 


$158 


ROOM 


3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE. 
genvine walnut 

Our Reg. $259.95 

TWIN SIZE HOLLYWOOD 
Mattress ond box spring on 
Our Reg. $59.95 


SPRINGS Your choice of 
full or twin sizes 

SERTA 
or BOX SPRINGS. 
full or twit 

sizes 
FAMOUS MAKE 
MATTRESSES or 80OX 


bed 


2-PC 

end foam rubber 

Our reg. $219.95 
-PC 


OPEN 10 A.M. TO o P.M. 


2146 24th 
Place, N. E. 


DIRECTIONS: Drive out New 
Rd. N.E., 


blocks to 24th Pi. to 2146 


Newer and Greater Warehouse. 


take the B-2. 


York Ave. to 


left on eee 


and ag a 
By bus, 


b toe 
FREE PARKING 22 <2822-"" “3% 


my 


Double 
dresser, chest and bookcese bed in 


BEDS. 


$33 


INNERSPRING MATTRESSES or BOX 


INNERSPRING MATTRESSES 
Your choice of 


INNERSPRING 
SPRINGS 


20% » §0% oF 


LIVING ROOM SUITE. Nylon 


SECTIONAL SOFA with foam 


BOX SPRING 
Set mode by Pn 
Our Reg. $149.95 


able to full size, twin or % 
Our Reg. $10.95 
TRIO BUNK BED OUTFIT. 


bed or a space- soving bunk 
Bed. Our Reg. $119.95 
FOLDING COTS. Complete 
inmerspring moftress. 

Our Reg. $32.95 

2-PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE. 


in essorted tapestry covers. 
Our Reg. $169.95 
PLATFORM ROCKERS. in 
assorted colors. 

Our Reg. $79.95 .. 


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week. He “ecided to prepare ajyouths up to 21 and girls up 
draft which would incorporate to 18. 

the best features of the New  Mitler expects to complete 
York statute but which would the draft of the amendment this 


found “not a single case of;to act quickly when charges by a 16-year-old beetle ied of sex act committted. se tg vg Se pe anal for submissior to local 

rape—statutory rape but: not of forcible sex attacks are filed | schoolgiz1. A major reason for) When its was sexual intercourse and with youthful offenders. |!aw enforcement officials before _ 

rape.” i in her court. 'this refusal was that the nies pent ih ae te hte & | The New York law extends to'the subcommittee considers it. 
nting to rape, the offense 


a Weldinse of Wises ernment had to show the gen Pe mtn hip he ll. | —+—__ 
She found Bo evidente 6 se waives to the adult court. An year-old resisted to the utmost | ; 
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' ‘of her ability or was fearful of| H's ge permits such cases | 
port-a showing of force by the | year-olds charged with carnal) grave bodily harm if she did not |'® Come before courts equipped 
accused juveniles or of resist- knowledge of a 14-year-old girl . | 


‘submit. to deal with family problems 
ance by the girls. ilast July. All were given inde-| 


with the District Attorney's of- 
fice in New York for 10 years. 

Mitler said New York had a 
similar problem until its statute 
was revised to spell out the 


By Eve Edstrom 
Staff Reporter 


A bill chanring the District's 
rape statute to make the law) 
more workable for prosetutors 
but fairer to juveniles and 
youthful offenfers its being 
drafted by the Senate Juvenile 
Delinquency Subcommittee. 

It is aimed at dealing with 
the illicit girl friend — boy 
friend relationship as a social | 
problem instead of as a rape 
case. Under such circum- 
stances, it would make possible 
the lessening of the offense 
from a felony to a misde- 
meanor. 

In no way will the proposed 
amendment affect forcible rape 


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A girl under 16 is presu:.ed 294 stops a number of cases 
All the cases involved teen-| terminate sentences under the'to be incap»ble of giving con-| {Tom being thrown out because 
agers with one exception, a| Federal Youth Corrections Act|sent. That is why Incpector | forcible rape can not be. proved. 
drunken woman who had dis-|by Judge James W. Morris in| Winters has no choice but tg Mitler discussed the rape 
robed and was on her couch District Court. file the statutory rape charge Statute with Judge Cockrill last 
with the door open when the P against any juvenile with whom | 
jalleged attack took place. She Act Discriminatory isuch a girl is intimate. 
‘failed to anpear in court as| The law actually is less favor-| Inspector Winters believes if 
ithe complaining witness. | able to a 16 or 17-year-old juven-'| the Juvefile Court Act accords 
In one case, the relationship/ile involved with a 15-year-old'| juveniles special treatment be- 
had existed for more than a'girl than it is to an adulticause they are not to be con- 
| ases which can carry the death|¥¢#" before charges were filed| charged with rape against a girl sidered as responsible as adults, 
penalty, Ernest A. Mitler, spec. | 28ainst the juvenile. | who is 16 or over. ‘\then the rape statute also 
ial subcommittee counsel» said Judge Cockrill, like Inspecter| An example of the latter oc-\should have some safeguards 
; ‘| Winters, does not minimize the | cured last week when a District|for juveniles. 
No Choice Under Law ‘immorality of such situations.| grand jury refused to indict a| He recently discussed this 71i1—G St. N.W 
| Bott’ Juvenile Court Judge | Furthermore, she does not fail' Marine on rape charges brought| with Mitler who was associated te whith 


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By Boyce Loving 


Mrs. Parrish Is 103 


Henrietta Black Parrish will | o¢ caces in which juveniles are 


celebrate her 103d birthday (charged with rape. By this, they 
|} mean a case involving a 16-year- 


Tuesday in Cunningham, Va. 

Mrs. Parrish, who still takes jold boy and a 15-year-old girl 
a stroll in her yard several iwho willingly submits, for ex-| 
times a day, is the mother of we 
six children, four of whom 
are still living. Her husband 
died in 1941. A birthday party 
will be held for her 


| “Under the present statute, : 
'I have no choice except to place 
ithat serious charge against a 
‘juvenile when he is involved 
today. with a girl under 16 ~ears of 
) | age even though she willingly 
submits or is, in fact the 
Co aggressor,” Inspector Winters. 
points out. | 
neressman “Usually the relationship has 
Ti d N ° been going on for some time 
when the “irl’s parents learn 
le to aZIS lof it and call it to our attention. 
| S D | “T am not minimizing the | 
morals aspect of such cases. But | 
n ecret ata I do not think it is fair for a) 


| boy to have to live the rest of | 
Associated Press his life with a record of fape| 
Long-secret documents made against ‘him.” ! 
public yesterday recounted pe Rag pre aes 
Saal s¢h | Majority 
Cat Nazi propagandists with filed against juveniles in fiscal 
thousands of dollars in hand) 1955 fej! into that category. 
collaborated with “a well-| “They certainly throw our 
known Republican Congress- cate Mane po Bg. F nal 
” 3 4 nspector Winters said. “Every- 
— “sy bes $0 get the 1900 cne looks at the charge but not 
Republican National Conven- the facts behind the charge.” 
tion to adopt an “isolationist”! This point-was brought out 
platform. |dramatically a couple of years 


No name was given for the | 980 when Judge Cockrill testi- 


. ied at House District Com- 
Congressman in captured Ger- mitttee’ hearings on a,juvenile 


man documents held secret for waiver bill. | 
16 years by British, French and’ at that time, she observed, | 
American officials. They were the Council on Law Enforce-| 
made public without comment|ment listed 26 rape cases’ 
by the State Department, but/ against persons under 18 years 
a footnote cited a keep-out-of-| of age during fiscal 1953. 
war newspaper advertisement) She analyzed each one ang 
published at the time over the 

signature of Hamilton Fish Jr... ~~ | 


then a Republican Represent- 
ative from New York. ° 
Fish, asked for comment, Hich Court 
said he remembers the adver- a) 
Is Praised 
By Acheson 
bli r 
= lg ae Bhatage Brecon The American Law Institute | 


tisement very well and he 
added that, in raising the 

counselor and man-in-charge at wound up a four-day session 
the German Embassy in Wash- here yesterday with a series of 


money to pay. for it, “not one 
cent came from German 
sources.” 

Many of the documents made 


ington in 1940, America’s last 
full year of peace before 
World War II. 

It was a year of struggle 
between so-called isolationists 
and interventionists in Ameri- 
can politics. The struggle was 
heightened by the fall 
France, Italy's entry into the 
War against the Allies and the 
American presidential election. 


Eby Heads Citizens 
Of East Bethesda 


sessions headed by its presi- 
dent, Harrison Tweed of New| 


York. | 
The meetings were held at 
the Mayflower Hotel. 


An event of the meeting was' 


an address at the AIL’s 33d an- 
nual dinnér by former Secre-| 
tary of State Dean Acheson. He' 
said the Supreme Court is “a| 
human institution” using 4a| 
method of justice which, when| 
followed, is “as perfect as man 
ican ever give.” 

| He noted that some people, 
whom he did not name, had ex-| 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERAI 
Suhday, May 27, 1956 - 


golden opportunities 
in embroidered separates 
by ROSECREST 


Demure. gold-diggers wear Rose- 
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in the group. Better Sportswear, 
Third Floor, Washington; Second 
Floor, Silver Spring & PARKINGTON, 


Camisole Blouse, 4.99 
Seven Gore Skirt, 7.99 

Short Shorts, 3.99 
Bermuda Shorts, 4.99 


JOYCE 


of California’s golden casual... 


the easy-going “hush puppy” 


Freshly minted . . . the softest, smartest 
most pliable little shoe in years High 
vamped in the Italian manner in glove- 
leather. Women’s shoes, Third 

Floor, Washington; Second Floor, Silver 
Spring & PARKington. 8.95 


~* 


in our million dollar bathing suit 


fashion show by Cole of California 


¢ ++ fomorrow, 
Srd Fl., Washington ... 12:30 pu m. 
2nd Fl., Silver Spring ... 6:30 p. m. 


2nd Fl., PARKington .. . 6:30 p. m- 


See fabulous: Cole of California swim suits, 
encrusted with precious jewels . . . the col- 


lection insured for one million dollars! 

See the new budget priced Cole line designed 
to make you look like a million dollars 

See Cole of California suits modeled in- 
formally all day Tuesday, May 29th, 
Washington Store 


See Cole of California’s 


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bathing suit of white satin 

10-18. 17.95. i ‘ | shimmering with 7,000 crys- 

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broidered. , Yellow, pink, blue; Pa ae display, Third Floor, 

small, medium, large, 12.95. Meet Ann Cole, Vice- a. rs Washington Store. 

President of Cole of Cali- . cs 

C. “Shirt Flirt’ boy suit in striped fornia. 

Celaperm lastex. Yellow, pink, 

10-18, 19.95. 


A. “Esther Williams” sueded lastex 
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D. “Cleopatra’’ sparked with non-tar- 
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gold or black; 10-18, 22.95 


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CROSSWORD PUZZLE 
FINANCIAL : 


Retirement Bill Must 


SUNDAY, MAY 27, 


1956 


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Clear Four Hurdles 
To Become a Law 


FEDERAL EMPLOYES have 


Memorial 
never had a better opportunity | 
to win more generous retire- Services for 


ment - gurvivor benefits for 
emselvés and their families. 

‘ ; War Dead 

Set Today 


The Senate has approved the 
Church Prayers, 


Johnston retirement bill. The 
House appears to be a cinch to 

Wreath Laying 
Scheduled by 


pass its own measure or some- 
Area Groups 


thing similar to the Senate bill. 
The Administration supports 
more liberal benefits. 


In brief, it boils down toe the 
approval by Congress of a bill 
which is acceptable to both the 
employes and the Administra- 
tion. The task of drafting such 
a measur. will be on the House 
Post Office & Civil Service 
Committee. Top-side officials 


Religious, military, frater- 
are convinced such a bill can/nal and civic groups will hold 
be drafted without too much 


trouble. 


There are other hurdles a 
successful retirement - survi- 


the Nation’s war dead. 

Prayers will be offered in 
churches and wreaths will be 
vor bill must clear to become|laid on graves in area ceme- 
Jaw. The most prominent are;\teries presaging those cere- 
time; the cost of the Johnston) imonies which will take place 
bill; petty pertisan politics, andjon Memorial Day Wednesday. 
a possible veto. The public is invited. 


THE TIME factor will be- The Air Force Association is 


sponsoring a service in mem- 
come more important with each) ory of Air Force personnel at 


passing day. The next meeting '9 a. m. today at the graveside 
of the Huuse PO & CS Com-'of Gen. H. H. (Hap) Arnold at 
mittee is set for June 7 and it/Arlington National Cemetery. 
may be mid-June before it Say, tiene pg Po 
—, ymeten os owt sa Services, USAF; and Chaplain 
would like for the House to| Col) J. F. Patterson will offi- 
act on the hot postal rate is-\"*'*.., 4 color guard and cere- 
betene eonsiidiins vetite-| ‘monial troops from Bolling Air 
owe 8 ‘Force Base will participate in 
ment. ithe ceremony. Air National 
The House group can be ex-|Guard jet aircraft will fly over 
pected to make a thoroughithe cemetery. 
study of CSR, and it may ol The D. C. Department of Vet- 
og gy Bh orgy cuniied erans of Foreign Wars, and 
7 auxiliary, will hold services at 
to adjourn between July 15/19 a m. today in Cedar Hill 
and Aug. | |\Cemetery. 


THE COST is a major con-| Local posts of the American 
sideration. The Administra-| Legion are planning separate 


memorial services today for 


tion opposes the Senate bill jobservances today. 


, me Kenna-Main Post 37 and its| 
because of its additional cost|,y,iliary will hold 2 p. m. serv- 
to the Government, and 


itsjices at Hitchcock Hall, St.) 
leaders have hinted it will be|Elizabeths Hospital. 
etoed unless the House scales} Jane A. Delano Post No. 6 
t down to “acceptable” form. will honor armed forces nurses 
Both sides aren’t above playing at 2 p. m. at the Jane A. De- 
politics on any issue affecting lano Monument, Arlington Na- 
a large number of people in|tional Cemetery. Army, Navy 
this general election year. larid Air Force nurses will take| 
Despite these obstacles, the Part in the ceremonies, along 


Little Denise Sines, 6, of Ft. Myer, kneels at the grave of 
Capt. John M. Hickey, CSA, where she has just placed a 


Graves in Arlington 


outlook for the enactment into 
law this year of a major CSR 
bill must be regarded as bright. | 

In fact, some. people, among 
them a GOP congressional big 
wig, are of the opinion that the) 
Congress might well override) 
a veto. 

The single most ae 
development, however, is the 
shift by the Administration in| 
its position on CSR. The shift 


with a detachment of the Third) 
Infantry, Fort Myer, and the 
United States Army  Band.! 
Brig. Gen. James Cooney, Dep-| 
uty Surgeon General of the 
Army, will speak. 

George Washington Post No.| 
1, first American Legion Post | 
in this country, will hold serv- 
ices at the grave of its o-gan-| 
‘lizer, Col. E. Lester Jones, at’ 
(2:30 p. m. in Arlington Na-| 
tional Cemetery. Members of! 


has increased greatly the pros-|the Post also will decorate all 
pect of a new retirement law \veterans’ graves in Rock Creek 
within the next few weeks. This! Cemetery. 
is the story and background on; On an altar close by the! 
it: ‘Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, 
This Administration, like the the 18th annual Solemn Mili-| 
Democratic regimes before it,'tary Memorial Field Mass will 
took the position that retire- be offered at 10 a. m. today. 
ment-survivor benefits should; The mass is sponsored by the| 
be liberalized by coordinating Washington General Assembly, 
CSR with Social Security's Old-|Fourth Degree, Knights of Co- 


Age & Survivors Insurance. Its 
plan attracted little employe 
and congressional support. 

In the two weeks before the! 
Senate took up the Johnston 
bill, a dozen different sessions 
on retirement and what to do' 
about it were held by Adminis- 
tration leaders. 

The crucial meeting was held 
Tuesday morning at The White 
House by the President and his'| 
congressional leaders. $fter- 
wards, Senate GOP Leader Wil-| 
liam Knowland of California 
described the bill as “unaccept- 


able” and revealed that amend- ; 


ments would be offered to re- 
* duce its estimated $466 millions | 
annual “level cost” to about 
$245 millions. ' 

Obviously, the detision was 
made by the President and his) 
leaders not to press for the ear- 
lier Administration plan for 
CSR-OASI coordination, and to! 
support the Johnston bill if its 
over-all “level cost” was 
trimmed to about $245 million 
a year. The employes would 
have to pay $90 millions of that 
cost; their CSR deductions 
would be increased from 6 to 7 
per cent. 


lumbus, and the National Com-| 
mittee of Catholic Societies. 
‘Msgr. Leo J. Ryan, Vicar Gen-' 
eral of the Richmond diocese, 
will offer the Mass, and Bishop 
Phiip J. Furlong, Military) 
Delegate of the Military Ordi- 
nariate, will deliver the sermon. 

At the Washington Cathedral 
at 3:45 p. m. today, the Massing | 
iof the Colors will be held wun-' 
der auspices of the Military’ 
,Order of the World Wars. Rep-| 
resentatives of all District vet-| 
erans’ organizations have been! 
invited to the service. 

On Wednesday, many organ-| 
izations will join in the an- 
nual 11 a. m. exercises spon-| 
isored by the Grand Army of} 
‘ithe Republic Memorial Day 
‘Corporation. Army Secretary | 
Wilbur M. Brucker is sched-| 
uled to speak. 

The Rockville Mayor and, 
Council’s 12th annual Memorial 
Day Parade will begin at 3) 
p. m. Wednesday in Rockville. 


Today’s Chuckle 

The de luxe job costs no more) 
than the standard model. You 
just pay a little longer. 


Meet on Monday 


Conferees Set to Discuss 


Compromise 


By Grace Bassett 
Staf! Reporter 


Senate and House conferees 
will get together at 2:30 p. m. 
Monday to try to decide how 
Washingtonians will be served 
with mass transit after August 
14. 

Before them is an “interim” 
public authority proposal, 
passed by the Senate, and a 
bill to extend the Capital) 


Transit Co- franchise, passed 4) keep traffic moving.” 


by the House. 

Despite wide differences in 
the proposals, officials on Capi-| 
tol Hill and in the District) 
Building have begun to show. 
some optimism. 

A compromise to give Banker 
Daniel W. Bell a chance to buy 
Louis E. Wolfson’s control of 
CTC was suggested by bothier 
Bell and Wolfson. If the deal 
was not completed by August) 
—, ~e Authority would take 


Feo. Oren Harris. (D-Ark.), 


walking after August because 


Transit Plan 


“The Bell group has offered 
the only definite and concrete 
plan with men of substance be- 
hind it to buy out Wolfson,” 
Harris said last night over the 
Four Corners program on 
WRC-TV. 

He added that Washingto- 
nians need not fear they'll be 


“very able men in the Senate 
and the House will work hard 


Several Senate conferees 
were reported receptive to the 
compromise if the House would. 
‘agree to delete rate base and) 
fixing wenromeds in the House-| 


passed Act. 

District Commissioner David 
B. Karrick said city fathers 
ae given Congressmen “sev- 

He was 
~ col the two points of 
view would be reconciled. | 

Engineer Commissioner 
Thomas A. Lane, back*in town 
after a week in Boston, said 
transit deve — had taken 

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_,¢ House eonferees, in- 
he liked this idea. 
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Rites Will Honor 
391 Confederates 


By John V Hinkel * 


MOST UF the estimated 
1506,000 yearly visitors to 
Arlington Na*ional Cemetery 
pass by or within sight of the 
imposing Confederate Monu- 

ment, rear the west gate. 


Few, however, appreciate 
the sigi‘ficance of this bronze 
and granite memorial to all 
Confederate dead. The United 


| Daughters of the Confeder- 


acy gave it to the Nation in 
1912 az an emblem of 4 re- 
united Jecrth and South. 


Here, in the Nation’s most 
hallowed place and within 
200 yards of *he Tomb of the 
Unknown Soldier, 391 Con- 
federate soldiers are buried 
ir. cone2ntrie rows about the 
monument. 

The great majo ity died in 
the Civil War fighting against 
the Un'ted States. The 

peaked, specially-designed, 
Loodsennas over their graves 
bear the insignia of a 1on- 
existent nation—the Confed- 
erate States of America. But 


| on Memorial Day, as custom- 


ary for years past, their 
graves will be decorated with 
American flags, too, along 
with the nearly 90,000 other 
graves in Arlington. 

This touching gesture from 
the nation they fought is ex- 
| piainea, perhaps, by an in- 
scription on the monument it- 
self. One of the noblest ex- 
pressions in the English lan- 
guage, it is a moving tribute 
to all who died for “The Lost 
Cause.” 

It reads: 

“Not for fame or reward, 
not for place or for rank, not 


_ lured by ambition or 
| by necessity, but in simple 


obedience to duty as they un- 
derstood it, these men suf- 
fered all, sacrificed all, dared 
all, and died.” 

The author was a~ well- 
known Washington clergy- 
man, the late Rev. Dr. Ran- 
dolph Harrison pry ore 
tor for 32 years of E acer 
Church here. He enlisted in 
the Confederate Army in 
1861 and later was aide to 
Gen. Stonewall Jackson. 

The Confederate Monu- 
ment, located on the ceme- 
tery’s Jackson Circle, is the 
scene of annual memorial 
services sponsored jointly by 
the Sous of Confederate Vet- 
erans and the United Daugh- 
ters of the Confederacy. This 
year’s services will be held 
at 2:30 p.m., Sunday, June 
3—Jefferson Davis’ birthday. 

The memorial was execut- 
ed by another former Con- 
federate soldier, Moses J. 
Ezekiel, of a prominent Rich- 
mond, Va. Jewish family. As 
a 15-year-old VMI cadet he 


market and in the 

before Richmond. Later he 
became a world - famous 
sculptor. He executed in mar- 
ble and bronze nearly 200 
monuments, statues and 


of works, 
proudest of the Confederate 
Monument at 


in the Cunfederate Section 
as the plot about the monu- 
ment is known. 

Above his grave at the base 
of the memorial is a small 
granite stone with a bronze 
plaque modestly bearing his 
proudest distinction: 

Moses J. Ezekiel 
Sergeant of Company C, 
Battaiion of Cadets 


of the 
Virginia Military Institute 


UNUSUAL HONORS were 
paid to him at his funeral 
in the Arlington Amphithe- 
atre on March 20, 1921, un- 
der the auspices of the Unit- 
ed Daughters of the Confed- 
eracy. President Harding 
sent a letter extolling his 
genius. Col. Robert E. Lee, 
grandson of the Confederate 
leader, spoke of the South's 
love for him. The eulogy was 
given by Secretary of War 
Weeks, and a Jewish burial 
service was read over his 
casket, covered by the Unit- 
ed States flag and a pall of 
red and white roses, the col- 
ors of the Confederacy. 

Eight VMI cadets formed 
a guard of: honor. One of 
them—Cadet R. M. C. Pate 
—is now Commandant of the 
Marine Corps. “Taps” was 
sounded by an Army bugler 
from the base of the Con- 
federate Monument. 

Ezekiel made peace the 
central theme of his 32% -foot 
monument, surmounted by 
the heroic size figure of a 
woman crowned with olive 
leaves, her face turned to- 
‘ward his beloved South. The 
figure bears a laurel wreath 
in its outstretched left hand, 
and in the right hand is a 
plow stock and pruning hook. 


CARVED AROUND the top 
of the memorial.is this verse 
from Isaiah: 

“They shall beat their 
ig into plowshares and 
their spears into nin 
hooks.” aches 

A large circular frieze of 
32 life-size figures, showing 
Southern soldiers going off 
to war and their sad home- 
coming, dominates the mid- 
dle part of the monument. 
Over it are carved the seals 
of the Southern States. 

The pedestal bears this 
sim le dedication: 

o our dead heroes, by the 
United Daughters of the Con- 
federacy.” 

As a gesture of goodwill, 
the Confederate Section was 
authorized by Congress in 
1900. Within a year 
bodies of all Confederate 
soldiers buried in Arlington 
and at Soldiers’ Home Ceme- 
tery were reinterred there. 
Since then, by another Act of 
Congress, ex-Confederate sol- 
diers or sailors dying in and 
around Washington have 
—_ buried in the section. 

gl the unusual 


tiie aad -- oor? eee 


By Joe Heibereer. Staff Photographer 


flag. In the background can be seen part of the Confed- 
erate statue, which is surrounded by Confederate graves. 


’ 


- The memorial to Confederate dead at Arlington Cemetery. 


Senate to Take 


Another Look 


At Dop 


Wire Taps Called 


Unconstitutional ; 
Death Penalty 
Also Under Fire 


By Wes Barthelmes 
Staf Reporter 


eThe Senate will have a sec- 
ond opportunity for a long, 
hard look at the controversial 


wire tapping issue wanes it con- 
siders ThHUrsS-gome 

day a stringent =a 

national bill to; 

clamp down on’ 

the drug traffic.’ 

The bill ap-’ 
peared to have 
smooth sailing 
when it came] 
before the Sen-; 


Morse 
pointing out a wire 
an 


(D-Ore.), 
tapping provision, raised 
alarm. 

The provision would permit 
use of evidence, gained by wire 
tapping, in prosecutions for 
violations of the Federal nar- 
cotic laws. The committee 
called for special use of this 
provision in the District, en- 
abling the Federal Bureau of 
Narcotics to carry out wire 
tapping — telephonic intercep- 
tion—upon request of the 
Police Depart- 


Metropolitan 


federate Section has seen its 
last burial. 


FORTY-NINE widows are 
buried with their. husbands 
in the section, the last in 
1954. There are also reported 
there the remains of seven 
unknown Confederate sol- 
diers. 

Three Confederate officers, 
all deceased since the monu- 
ment was erected, keep com- 
pany with Ezekiel at its base. 
They are B Gen. Marcus 
J. Wright of heatham’ s Bri- 
gade, who died Dec. 26, 1 


* Capt. John M. Hickey, Co. B, 


2d Missouri Infantry, who 
died Oct. 1, 1927, and Ist 
Lieut. Harry G. Marmaduke, 
Cc. S. A. Navy, who died Nov. 
15, 1924. 

Some ex-Confederate sol- 
diers and sailors are buried in 
other parts of Arlington 
Cemetery, Superintendent 
John C, Metzler believes, 
but they served after the 
Civil ar in the United 
States Army or Navy. Not- 
able among them is Maj. Gen. 
Joseph Wheeler, ex-Confed- 
erate cavalry leader, who was 
a United States Army Gen- 
-— in the Spanish-American 

ar. 


THE CONFEDERATE 
MONUMENT was approved 
first by William Howard 
Taft, then Secretary of War, 
and later by Congress. Taft, 
while President, also spoke 
at the cornerstone la on 
November 12, 1912. William 
Jennings Bryan was the ora- 
tor for the occasion. 


Before the monument’s 
dedication on June 4, 1914, 
Confederate veterans rever- 
ently placed flowers on Union 
graves at Arlington. Presi- 
dent Wilson’s address at the 
dedication was cut short by 
a violent wind and rain- 
storm. : 

The dedication and the 
storm furnished a perfect 
epilogue for an extraordinary 
incident -that occurred at 
Arlington on the night of the 
Nation's first Memorial Day 
in 1868. 

A blustery wind swept the 
cemetery then. When dawn 
broke the next day, it is re- 
ported, sentries found flow- 
ers blown from many Union 
graves and heaped on the 
graves of Confederate dead. 


THE UNION SENTRIES 
had good reason to be awed. 
Sectional bitterness between 
North and South still ran high 
even on the first Memorial 
Day, so the sentries had bar- 

widows and other rela- 
tives and friends of the Con- 
federates from decorating the 
graves of their dead at the 
ceme : 

The incident is referred to 
by James Ryder Randall, 
author of “Maryland, My 
Maryland,” in his poem: “At 

gton,” in these words: 
Ferpoah judged abashing man, 
For in the vigils of the night 
His ‘mighty storm avengers 


ran 
Together with one choral 


clan, 
Rebuking wrong, rewarding 


dewy 
On Rebel graves at Arlington. 
(*John . a former pers 
ogy a public 
here and 
oo 


| 
‘in the understandable anxiety 


jmay be willing te permit this 


ment. 

The authority to tap wires Is 
‘sought as a tool to snare dope 
‘traffic ringleaders. Evidence 
‘from wire tapping is not now 
‘admissible in Federal courts. 

Sen. Price Daniel (D-Tex.), 
whose subcommittee fathered 
the bill after 37 days of hear- 
ings in a dozen major cities, 
said the telephone is an “essen- 
tial tool” with which bigtime 
ringleaders do business. 

However, : Morse believes that 


to destroy the drug traffic, con- 
stitutional safeguards may be 
weakened. 


He and other legal experts 
contend that wire tapping is a 
violation of the Fourth Amend- 
ment to the Constitution, which 
protects Americans against 
“unreasonable searches and 
seizures.” 

However, Daniel, a former 
Attorney General of Texas, and 
local law enforcement officers 
here are satisfied there are 
safeguards built into the pro- 
posed wire tapping provision. 

“I can understand the phil- 
osophical basis for objections 
to admitting wire tapping evi- 
dence, but I believe citizens 


in an effort to get rid of nar- 
cotics traffic,” U. S. Attorney 
Oliver: Gasch commented yes- 
terday. 

But Morse and others say 
that admitting wire tapped evi- 
dence in drug cases would 
prove an entering wedge for 
admitting it in connection with 
other offenses about which 
there exists strong public 
feeling. 


In recent years, the Justice 
Department has sought unsuc- 
cessfully to permit introduction 
of evidence gained by wire 
tapping in national security 
cases. . 

Another provision provoked 
the opposition of Morse and 
Sen. Herbert Lehman 
N. Y.). This would permit a 
jury to recommend the death 
penalty in two circustanfices— 
where a person was convicted 
of selling heroin to a juvenile, 
and upon a third conviction 
for unlawful importation or 
sale of heroin. 

The Daniel subcommittee has 
also brought forth a bill to pro- 
vide for detention and treat- 
ment of addicts, ease police 
search and seizure provisions 
and tighten distribu¢ion and 
sale of habitforming drugs. 
Morse’s Senate District Judici- 
ary Subcommittee will hold a 
hearing at 10 a. m. Monday on 
the measure. And a House Dis- 
trict a, under Rep. 
Thomas G. Abernathy (D-Miss.), 


Karrick Reports 


e Bill 


City Fathers 
Plan Policy 
On Publicity: 


By Grace Bassett 
Staf Reporters 


Commissioner David B. Kar- 
rick yesterday questioned 
whether every District employe 
should be permitted to talk 
with the press. 

This question moved city 
fathers last week to order a 
study of municipal press rela- 
tions in all other cities over 
500,000 population in the 
United States. 

It arose after Walter Bur 
dette, a Health Department bu- 
reau chief, demanded to know 
which of his 70 employes had 
reported “laxity” in his Bu- 
reau’s health inspection roli- 
cies. Such reports were pub- 
lished in local newspapers and 
denied by Burdette. 

The Commissioners promptly 
rescinded Burdette’s question- 
naire to his employes, and ord- 
ered a reassessment of press 
policies. 

Up to now, press representa- 
tives have been free to talk 
with all city employes and 
assess municipal operations in 
voteless Washington, inde- 

ndent of Commissioners’ pol- 

cy statements. 

Pending recommendations 
from the Personnel Office 
study of employe-press rela- 
tions, Karrick said the Com- 
missioners would not iry to 
change the present system. 

He said he thought he spoke 
for ell three Commissioners 
when he said the government 
should not be explained by 
handouts. The Commissioners 
hoped to set a future policy 
“so liberal as to meet the ap- 
proval of the public and the 

ress,” said Karrick, over the 

WDC radio program, “Report 
to the People.” 

The Commissioners _ recog- 
nized the local government 
should be an open, “fish bow!” 

ation, to a certain extent. 
T new policy will fix that 
“extent,” he indicated. 

“The people of the District 
are entitled to know what their 
government is doing, its prob- 
lems, and its proposed solu- 
tions, if any, and its plans for 
the future whenever such plans 
have been. formulated to the 
point where they can be intel- 
ligentiy presented,” he said. 

On the other hand, he said 
it was questionable whether 
every employe should be per- 
mitted to air any and all types 
of grievances and complaints. 

Any organization with 20,000 
empluyes operates with human 
errors and frailties, he pointed 
out. He said these should not 
be suppressed or concealed. 

But he said workers should 
make their troubles known to 
“immediate superiors and 
through them to higher levels.” 

Karrick said he had con 
ferred with Burdette and Wil- 
liam Cary, first assistant to 
Burdette; and with Dr. Daniel 
L. Seckinger, Health director, 
after press reports. 

“Mr, Burdette denied there 
had been laxity, but said there 
may have been cases of leni- 
ency,” Karrick said. “This is 
a difficult distinction for me 
to make.” 


He said he was assured that 
no licenses would be issued 
from now on by the city for 
ea places failing to meet 

health regulations. 


Architecture Exhibit 
* - 
Due at Gallery in °57 

The first exhibition of archi- 
tecture in the National Gallery 
of Art next year will mark the 
centennial of the American In- 
stitute of Architects, the socie- 
ty announced yesterday. 

The display, planned as the 
first comprehensive national 
historical review of American 
architecture from 1857 to the 
present, will open May 14 when 
the architect's national con- 


will hold a hearing on a com- 
panion bill Thursday. 


vention meets here. 


More Funds Needed 


Election Board May End 
Primary Count in a Month’ 


The Board of Elections, with 
less than $2500 in its till, hopes| the 
to finish tabulating precinct-by-| 
precinct totals of the May 1 
primary within a month. 

A report on how many 

le will be needed to do the 

due from Daniel N 
tary to the Board, by 


the emergency detail. Whether 

the Board can pay anybody else 
depends, in part, on whether 
the three appointed Board 
members give up some of their 
eee pay, called for by 


statute 
Congress appropriated $40, 


secre-|000 to run the first city-wide 
ond a in 83 years, Another 


wren request and pos- 
ble changes in the election 
to streamline 


are being studied by "is tonne 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD’ 
R2? Sunday, May 27, 1956 


Arlington Delays Sales. Tax Stan 


> 
The Arlington County Board 


refused yesterday to take a. 
stand on a proposed Virginia) 
sales tax, but two rsembers said, 
they indiviaually were “unalter- | 
ably opposed” to such a tax. 

They were David L. Kruy saw | 
ard Ralph R. Kaul, who were 
elected .ast fall ag candidates 
of the liberal Arlingtonians for 
a Better County faction. 

Board Member George M. 
Rowvzee Jr. suggested the board | 
go on record as indorsing a' 
sales tay if the Legislature) 
would allow localities to add to 
the state levy a tax of their | 
own for local use | 

The Northern Virginia Re-| 
gional Planning and Economic, 
Development Commission has 
indorsed a sales tax proposal. 
whereby if a state-wide tax of 
two cents is imposed the local- | 
ities would get half of the pro-| 
eeeds. 

Rowzee said the board will 
have to take some action on| 
the proposed tax in view of! 
hearings to be held June 8 in 
Alexandria by the Governor's! 
advisory committee, which is! 
studying tax proposals. He 
said northern Virginia officials! 
will meet Mondayto select a 
lobbyist to plead the area's 
case before the committee and 
later in Richmond. 

The county heads agreed to 
take no action until a special) 
meeting is called, some time’ 
after M: mday. Wesley C. Cooper 
and Mrs. Leone Buchholz said'| 
they wanted more time to study 
the tax proposal. 

In other actions the board 
agreed to help finance construc- 
tion of an outdoor amphithe- 
ater in Lubber Run Park as an 
Arlington war memorial. 

E. W. Pumphrey, president of | 
the Arlington War Memorial 
Association, said the group has’ 
collected $9000 toward construc- 
tion. The amphitheater will cost 
about $20,000 and will seat 2000 
persons. 

The board was notified that 
Arlington Hall, once proposed 
as a site for a branch of the 
University of Virginia, will be 
used by the Air Force as an air 
reserve center. 

The board agreed to use 
$17,500 of the money set aside 
for purchase of Arlington Hall) 
_to buy land for a park at 1029 

N. Quincy st. 


19Congressmen | 
To Attend Rites 


For Granahan — 


Nineteen Congressmen were 
named yesterday to represent 
the House at funeral services 
for Rep. William T. Granahan 
(D-Pa.) 
day. 

Granahan, 60, died in Phila- 
delphia yesterday | 

The Congressmen named by 
Speaker Sam Rayburn (D- Tex.) 
include: 

Reps. Walter, Morgan, Bar- 
rett, Rhodes, Flood, James A. 
Byrne, Frank M. Clark, Elmer: 
J. Holland, William J. Green 
Chudoff, Eberharter and Quig. 
ley, all Democrats of Pennsyl- 
vania; 

Dague, Hugh Scott, Karl C. 
King, Fenton, Benjamin  E. 
James, all Pennsylvania Re- 
publicans, and Eugene Mce- 
Carthy (D-Minn) and Peter 
Mack (D-IIL). 


eee 


| 


Have you visited the 
Fountain of Faith 
Court of Mausoleums? 
and 
National 
Memorial Park 


On Lee Highway, Route 211, 
1% miles west eof Falls 
Church, Virginia. 


‘fred E. Hudson, 51, retired CIA 
‘official, anthropologist and Cen- 


\April, 


in Philadelphia Tues- 
bo 


, Seattle, from 1939 to 1952. Dur- 


‘Dr. M. N. Dhalla 


BONHAM, Tex., May 26 
Lucinda Rayburn, Sister of | 


pe Ra a es Pete . ee x. 
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11 Seminarians Ordained Gatholic Priests Here 


During rites ordaining them as Catholic priests, 11 seminar- thew’s Cathedral yesterday. 


ians prostrate themselves before the main altar at St. Mat- 


-_—— 


A. E. Hudson, |4]M Picks L. H. Blevins 


Asia Expert 45 Board Candidate 
And Scientist | 


A memorial service for Al- 


By Connie Feeley 
Staff Reporter 


Lueas H. Blevins, Arlington 
dentist, won the Arlington In- 


‘tral Asian expert, will be held dependence Movement nomina- 
| Monday, at 2 p. m. in the been ,tion to the Arlington County 
lington National Cathedral's poor yesterday. 

bg ge retired in His nomination was uwunani- 
died Friday of apoplexy mous. 

in George Washington Hospital. Blevins, a last-minute can- 

Graduated in 1937 from Yale, didate nominated from the 
Ph.D. in anthropology, Mr. Hud. {l0er of the AIM convention at 
senetraveled extensively in cen- Swanson Junior High School, 
tral Asia. He is author of a received the indorsement of 
ok, titled “Kazak Social three members of the County 
Structure. Board immediately after he 

was Associate Professor was selected to represent AIM hold a mass meeting Monday at 
of Anthropology at the Uni- in the November election. 8 -p. m. at Thomas Jcfferson 
versity of Washington in| County Board Chairman Wes-|Junior High School. A Republi- 
ley W. Cooper, a Democrat, and /can eandidate for the County | 
, : Mrs. Leone Buchholz and/Board may be selected then 
the Middle East as a lieuten-\George Rowzee Jr., AIM lead-|County democrats say they will 
ant colonel in the Air Force. ‘ers, pledged their support to’! NOT pur uy a candidate. 

He is survived by his wife. pievins in the coming election 
Shirley Duncan Hudson of | for the County Board post now 
_ O st. nw.; his son, Alfred | ,counied by Rowzee, who is not 

Hudson, a Harvard student; running for reelection. | Henry W. Driscoll, 66, retired 
his father, Alfred W. Hudson) Blevins, 42, was an unsuccess-| ‘Washington lawyer, died yes- 
of Peaks Island. Maine, and his ful candidate for th School | 
sisters, Mrs. John Kies and , vers. iterday at the United States 

Board on the AIM ticket last: 

Katherine Hudson of Deer- fall. Although the entire AIM | D0ldiers’ Home Hospital. He 
field ticket was defeated then in the | "ad been ill with Parkinson's 
lraces for the County and School | 4isease for nearly 10 years. 
'Boards, Blevins led the field of}, Mr. Driscoll came to Wash- 
IM candidates in number |ington in 1912, two years after 

/his graduation from Creighton 
University, as a staff member 
for the late Senator Gilbert M. 
Hitcheock (D-Neb.). He gradu- 
ated from Georgetown Law 
School in 1915 and practiced 


Nichols Jr., both real estate 
men, withdrew immediately 
after Blevins name was put up 

Blevins, of 3240 N. Abingdon 
st.. is former president of the 
Arlington Chamber of Com- 
merce and also of the Arlington 
Kiwanis Club. 

Considered a moderite con 
servative Blevins will face Cur- 
tis E. Tuthill, candidate of the 
Arlingtonians for a _ Better 
County. The AIM is considered 
more conservative in local is- 
sues than the ABC 

Arlington Republicans will 


ing World War II he served in 


Henry W. Driscoll 


KARACHI, May 26 wip 5 ey = 
os were held today for Dr. Blevins received 40% votes 

- Dhalla, 83, a world authority in the convention yesterday. 
on the ancient Persian religion Attorney J. Foster Hagan re- 
of Zoroastrianism. _. ceived seven votes. One-half of 

Since 1908 he had been high , vote went to Gordon G. iat inten eat tin fel 
priest of the fire-worshipping Barnewall, associate professor Fy yi A pA eg se 
Parsis of Pakistan, descendants of business administration at wor | Mr. Driscoit “will hele 
on Ane agg refugees who settled Georgetown University. bested’ la the Soldiers’ Heane 
ia — a a doctorate ot Co After the votes were tallied,' Chanel. Friends may call at the 
hin ie atom Bey Hagan moved for unanimous Funeral Parlor in the Forwood 
umbia Jniversity and wrote backing of Blevins. Building et the Home. 
several English books on ZO 4 total 48 votes were — Dasticing see hie wits. Wakes 
roastrian. by the respective chairmen of Redmond Driscoll. who _ re- 
AIM organizations in the coun-’cently moved to 3521 Madison 


N 


INTEGRITY— 
The Extra Measure of 


Gawler 


Integrity has been t 
Joseph Gawler’s Sons 


dred years. This integrity provides an extra 


measure of service a 


family, who know that they are receiving 


the most considerate 


tention, regardless of how much or how 


little they can afford. 


This extra measure of Gawler's 


evident in our record 
funerals... 


out regard to price. 


Of 1,000 consecutive Gawler Funerals, 
over half cost less than 3700 


253 cost 
325 cost 
347 cost 
75 cost 


funerals that were all conducted 
in the distinguished Gawler tradition, with- 


reseeeeess 8400 to $700 


*e @ ee 


|ty’s 37 voting precincts. Each st., Hyattsville: three sons. 
chairman had one vote. How- Henry W. Jr.. and David C, of 
ever, chairmen of the precincts | Hyattsville, and William A 
which carried an AIM candi- of Silver Spring: a brother. 
date in last fall’s election were Frank B., and a Sister Helen 
allowed two votes. Nally, both living at the Chas- 
Two other candidates, Wil- tleton Hotel here. 


ee 


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National Weather Summary 


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cloudy with showers likely. hi¢h in. mid- 
die 70s Monday—Partiy cloudy and « a. 
warmer with scattered showers or thun- 
Geratorms. Saturday's relative humidi- 
a5 at apsimes. to at 7 4. m.: minimum. 


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FUNERAL DIRECTORS 
1756 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. N.W. 


Telephone: 


COURTESY PARKING OPPOSITE 


Announcing the Opening 
of the 
Robert J. Murphy 
Funeral Home, Inc. 


Columbia Pike and Glehe Road 
Arlington, Virginia 


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R. J. Marphy, Pres. 


| O'Beyle, Archbishop of Washington, can he seen at the altar. 


bert W. Blackman and R Cary. 


m- ciated with the A&P stores for | 
y some 25 years, 17 of them with his home, 4904 14th st. nw. after: 


*:|in Cedar Hill Cemetery. 


House Speaker. Sam Rayburn) 
and his long-time official host-| 
ess in Washington, died late to- 
day at her home here. 

Miss Rayburn, who was 
known as “Miss Lu,” was in 
her early 80s. She had under- 
gone an operation six weeks | 
ago, but her condition steadily | 
grew worse. 

Rayburn was at her beside | 
when she died. He told news-| 
men her last request was that | 
no flowers be sent to her 
funeral. 

“T've had my flowers. Please. | 
no flowers,” he quoted her as 
saying. 

The exact 
Rayburn's iliness 
made public. 

Funeral services were sched- 
uled for 10 a. m. Monday in. 
ihe. Wise funeral home chape! 
in Bonham. ‘Miss Rayburn was 
a member of the Baptist! 
Chureh here. 

“Miss Lu” had maintained 
Speaker Rayburn’s home here 
for many years. She also served 
as her brother's official host- 
ess in Washington during 
much of his long career there 

Rayburn had been in Bon 
ham since Monday. He was un- 
able to attend the Texas Dem 
ecratic Convention Tuesday in 
Dallas, because of his sister's 
condition. 

Miss Rayburn was born in 
Roane County, Ky., the daugh 
ter of William Marion ,and 
Martha Waller Rayburn. She 
came to Texas in 1889 and set- 
‘'tled with the Rayburn family 
ih the Flag Springs community 


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By Arthur Ellis. Staff Photographer | 
Charles H. Cowne 


| Charlies H. Cowne, 94, a pri 
‘vate in the Metropolitan Poiice 
\Force for 38 years, died yester- 
| day at Cedar Hill Home for the | 
Aged in Suit- 
“lland, Md. He # 
had been ill 
since breakin 
his hip in a fa 
six weeks ago. 
First of many 
close calls in 
ihis tour of duty 
‘came shortly 


The Most Rev. Patrick A. 


Worniitd 
‘Funeral Set 

For Monday cer oe panes 
il ‘the force in 


Funeral services will be held 1892. He cap- 
Monday for Philip Lightfoot'tured a razor- 


; equipped attacker in Goat 
Wormeley, 78, who died Friday Alley, in the Second Precinct} 


at his daughter’s home, 301 S. block bounded by L, M, 6th and 
St. .Asaph st 7th sts. nw. 
Alexandria, Mr. Cowne, who lived at 900 
where he lived Ridge rd. se., spent 74 of his 
for the past six years in Washington. He was a 
years. member of the Odd Fellows and 

Mr. Worme- the Seat Pleasant Lodge No. 218 
ley, who was of the Masons 
retired in 1947, Services will be Tuesday at 2 
after 44 years p. m., in Lee’s funeral heme, 4th 
in Government st. and Massachusetts ave. ne 
service, was Burial will be in Cedar Hill 
former assist Cemetery. 
ant chief of the va, He is survived by a son, Le 
Division of Or" roy J. Cowne of the Ridge rd 
ganic and Fibrous Materials and aqqress: three grandchildren, 
ehief of the section on Testing Grace Duckett, Leroy H. Cowne 
and Specifications at the Na-'.5q fugene H. Cowne of Wash-| 
‘tional Bureau of Standards, had ington, and six great erendehil- 
been ill for the past year. dren. 

Best known for his research 
in leather and rubber, espe- 
cially tires and their specifica Ralph E. Edwards | 
tions, Mr. Wormeley was one ! 
of the founders of the Division Ralph E. Edwards, 53, of Rob- 

Annandale, Va., died 


of Rubber Chemistry of the ets pl., 
American Chemical Society. of a heart attack yesterday He} 


Until his retirement. he Was a salesman with Ourisman 
served as chairman of the bu- Chevrolet, Inc. 
reau’s committees on Rubber in the District. 
ae vag and on Gaskets and Mr. Edwards 
Packing since their organiza- was born in 
tion in 1921. An author of many Whitmell, Va., 
technical papers, his “Testing and had lived 
of Rubber Goods” has become in the Wash- 
a standard reference in that ington area 
industry. since 1941. He 
A descendant of Ralph was a _ sports- 
Wormeley of Rosegill, near Wil. man and owned 
liamsburg, who came to Vir- trotting and 
ginia in 1636, Mr. Wormeley ) YUM PpPIng 
was born in Richmond and horses. aaa naweres 
graduated from the University) He is survived by his wife 
of Virginia in 1901 Louise; a brother, Ralph V 
He is survived by his daugh-| Hudson, 524 Tennessee ave., 
ters. Mrs. E. Charles Woods Alexandria; and four sisters 
of the Alexandria address. and Mrs. Frances Payne and Mrs 
Elizabeth D. Wormeley, a re- Doris H, Perkinson, both of 
tired Army nurse in La Canada, 8127 Columbia Pike, Falls 
Calif; a son, Philip Lightfoot Church; Mrs. Granville H 
Wormeley IV, 514 19th st. nw.: Arnn, Vienna; and Mrs. Otis C 
five grandchildren and one Wells, 2105 Branch ave. se 
great-grandson. Funeral services will be held 
Funeral services will be held at the Lee funeral home, 4th st 
Monday at 10 a. m. in St. Paul's and Massachusetts ave. ne., and! 
Episcopal Church, Alexandria burial will be in the Cedar Hill 
Burial will be in Hollywood Cemetery. 
Cemetery, Richmond. 


Mr. Cowne 


* 


Wormeley 


Hasbrouck Rites Set 
Julian Juaire Funeral services for Dr. Ed- 
Julian Juaire, 51, manager win M. Hasbrouck, 89, retired) 
of the Atlantic & Pacific store Veterans Administration exam- 
in Marlboro, Md., died yester- ining surgeon, will be held 


m. day at his home, 3127 Park dr -| pase. 10:30 a. m., in Trans- 
se. Mr. Episcopal Church, 


be in pen sem th National Ceme-| 


tery. 
Dr. Hasbrouck died Friday at 


he suffered a heart attack. 
Mr. Juaire had been asso- 


branch stores in Marlboro. He a long iliness. Friends may call 
served in the Navy after World at the S. H. Hines Funeral 
"War | for eight years, part of |Home, 2901 14th st. nw. 
the time he was stationed 
aboard the U. S. S. Sylph here 
in Washington. | 
Funeral services will be 
held at 2 p. m. Monday in the —_ 
Second Baptist Church, 17th 
and E. Capitol sts. ne.. where 
he was a deacon and chairman 
of the Finance Committee. 
He is survived by his wife, 
Essley, an employe of the in Semariem 
liome .Title Co. Burial will be werrrT, 


OU. Sacred 
meme of our 
| 


eee 


Unveiling 


™. WIYLLEAM (BILL). Beloved hur) 
hod 


m 
omarial Park. 
Leaving from 212 
1? pm Friends and re. lative’ in- 


vited 


Wight saree 


who a rted 
e, 1988 
love as clone bees ay 


aie 
‘ feel her 
A. H. Levine As in the 

BALTIMORE, May 26 # 
A. H. Levine, 50, prominent 
Maryland engineer, died in 
‘Lutheran Hospital today after' wer c 
a long illness. oREE iphit, 

Mr. Levine was executive vice G ok REN. 
president eBaltimere Com ‘ 
tractors, Inc. Die 

He is survived by his widow, CANTWELL. Seek 
two children; his father, Isaac| (sy, °° CHR 

| 


can never 
ong the many Eeaste 
{ those Ste loved her so 
htened many days) 
she could ever know 
rest 


=a LAP Snaznwas.| it 


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G 

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Priday 

CANT. 


unlaria 


Levine of Brooklyn, N. Y.;| Ciinton, Jo ba 
three brothers, Nathan of Balti- 
more, Morton of Silver Spring, 
Md., and Harry of Newark; 
three sisters, Mrs. Rose Nuss-| 
baum of Irvington, N. J., Mrs. 
Ruth Ginsberg of Brooklyn, 
N.Y., and Mrs. Reva Goldman 
‘of Silver Spring, and two grand- 
children. 

- Funeral services will be held 
at 3 p. m., Sunday, at the Jack. 
Lewis funeral home. 


ee 
28. a 
d “avited. Interment Con- 
oeinclanal gay 


May 36, Sie fila Ms mi) 
husband of 


Conan, 


one f day, 


= ki 
’ bd 
ath- 
om Interment 


'WALTER RB MASON 


= AR. MARIE. 


HOCH. pose RT HAROLD. Suddenly 
Sa 26. 956 


. |. INGWERSEN. MARGUERITE ¥. On Fri 
o | y 25 956 resid 


Lucinda Rayburn Dies; 
House S peaker’s ares f 


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ives and many. “triends 
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Pome 


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Josep © Chur he 
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ment 
and 


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oa 
‘a oO 
friends 
ALICE ”. 
ALICE M. 
Mou 


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vet Comet ore Rent. ces 

Friday. Mag 25, 
P »RYOR of 7% 7 ies 
M 


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| Pr yor ‘grandmother Ss Edgars 
4 "we 7 Chariotte A 
; encs ai a. the Na! ley 
grzor. # Mecwe 32 00 Rhode Ieiand ave. 
at Eastern ave. ne where services 
be held on Monday. May ™ at 
Relatives and friends invited 
Lorraine Cemetery. Balti- 


an 


LUCINDA RAYBURN ) 
south of Windom. The family 
moved to Bonham about 1914: 
Miss Rayburn was interested 
in Campfire Girl work and 
also belonged to the Bonham 
Garden Club and Current Lit- 
erature Club. ; 
Besides Speaker 
she survived by 
brothers and two 


officers 


conduct f ra 
sister tow M 
es to be held at Nall lev Pokarai 

3000 Rie j ave. at 8 


services for 
PRYC 
peev’ P 
Rayburn, P 
two other 
sisters. 


ARY C. STEE 
MANNIE F WOMLPARTH 
ROBINSON, 


w MM 
Secy 
Suddenly. 


is 


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Dird 


COWNTE. , CMARLES H Baturd 
Ma Loe ‘CHARLES. ‘ 

id se... father o 
eran diet ee »f Mrs 
Eugene 
survived oy 


ourtesy per k- 
f will be 
Vv at . 
i Cometers. 
A special 0 if- 
f Stansbury 


nceay \ 
Cedar H 
MARK T 


ref | Tf M 
Interment 


x ROBINSON, 
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“is 


29. at Interment Cedar 
Cemetery 


COWNE. CHARLES 
>] Sea’ ' 


- 


INSON 


Me nbers auet late Brother 
\ shinpfy) Master, 
"PAR KER “THROCKMORTON. 
eer 
| ALBERT COLLIN 
- SCHMITT. GEORGI 
May Q5¢ 


i Att 
XOX 


Masonic burial set 
brot? CHARI ES 
neral ‘ser ices at Lee 
: pe neeas ae 
5 Gedar Hi) 
JAMES v. 


BS Secretary 
N On Saturday, 
’ ’ wn vie 
GOR iE N sc HMITT os Ae 
} tern <b ‘6 
Marga ei af Mere . > fe 
F Dorothy &. 
Themas 


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Pu. 

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On Satur- 
ted States 
RY W 


bes one 

DRIs« ol ne HEN 
Masa ae. | sCHU vL r ~ — 
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RISC OL LL SR 35 
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ward Build factlitie 5 Le 

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inch ‘a! a Hare woo 
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at her residence. 2416 K 


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26. 195 


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HENRY 


fri gemen aryvisa 
t Cedar STEVENS FRANCIS On 
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GARCIA On Bat 
26 1o%6 sh 


9 Sais 
Priends may call at ‘the Demaine Fu =. sMoreset Ce 
: 
~ Bree Hy wit STRATTON. JEANNE DAVIS, 

: fay 28. at 2 
it follow in Mo nt | 


ser Bud ter 


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iter tnut Grove 
Reb ght at ndon va. 
| Opahy, wae On Thu vedas. Mav 
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"be ov 'e¢ 
ly 4 


Massac husetts 
will be heid 
at 12 noon 


and 
services 
vy 27 In! erment 


ber om oe oS, Des ni Oa Rsiy 
Gay. 1 


‘SOWiIn’ 'M. 
pe band of 
f Mrs 


Washing Fianna ye 

iA emeter) 

J "Donald VICKERS BELEN BAIRD. On Priday, 
La 245 . /ordonsdair 

Neg 

VICKERS 

She 


BAIRD. 
—s 


pa | 
Resin d 


the| naid 
‘Church. ‘14th nal | Vickers “di J: 
and Galiatin *& n on lescay Exs ~ 
May 29 at 10 30 am Interment Ar- Alan J 
lingotn National Cemetery 
FLOYD x ARL. 
Ar 


Se 
HF ATWOLE 
Spring 


Transfie iration Epi sc see! farcha 
f« 


County s 
hnson $= Akron. 
uF ATWO! KR. oo WILDER 
day ay 24 day , 
PL‘ _BARL 
Nor n 


"pel ba ed 
: a 


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vs GAST eam =. , 92. On Pri. 
yD" GARY. SAMU El 
ay we mm) 


ar 


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th 


4 4 
2847 wi ison ood 
her sunere! services 
“held Monday 2a 
‘nterment Ivy Hil Ceme! ery 
Alexandr! a. Va 


ra Leary Cf e« a be 
wid at Interment National 
Memoria! a 
eday. May 24. WOLPSOHN., 
of 4708 Banner May 24 1956 
be! 


On Thur 
mARSS HEBR. 
| yat le ‘ved wile 
dwin T Hebr and mother of Marie | 
Heyn Spe also is survived by three! 
a brother rmany. | 
: Home 


956 
7) hae” husba 


sonn ted 


Col ~ Leonard and Mr 
a! ethes 


fa _ 

Venio Jayem 

im . in. M lso 

Ae mg hd —~ , bs . rothe Woalfsohn 
Mo = Chevy Ch ad one grend- 

Relatives | Pi ni by 
Interment Fort 
: 


ee nents. & = 
Lincoin Ceme- 
nw lervices 
} be private Pam! : 
ROBERT | of flowers. contri bution is oe 1 
ave he Metropolitan tld 


of WORMELEY. PaILIP LIGHTFOOT. Os 
Moct lay lay a5 


filliam Warne | S at ~~ “Sante “ 
eranason 0 oc 4 S ! , 
¢ and Mars | ‘Ve ORS , Ri, eo - 
r f; the Takoma 
254 Carroll st n® 
; m Tu 


on 
HAROL? > — 


A bees: ‘dria af 
LIGHTFOOT 
Mrs E. Chea 


¥ 


and 
In erment 
' Heart 


appreciated 


ALFRED F. On Friday. Mari 
orce Washington Uni- 
ALPRED B. HUDSON) 

4 of Shirley 


: 3? 
ould be deenl: 


~ —DEATHS— 


Announcement af 

Services br Chambers 
Creech. Charlies W. W 
Morey. Reatrice H. Ww 
Tayler Emtiy M “ 
Labetski. Vincent “ 
Dennis, Raby J. W 
d 


Duncan Hudsen 
a student 
y Memorta! services wil! be held 
in the Bethlehem mane! of the Wash.- 
ington National athedral on Mon- 
M 28. at 2:00 p. m. Piease 
emit flowers 


n 

heloved wif Chambers 

ot of 
of Mr 


H " 
of Julia Hut : Funeral Designs 


George C Shaffer, 


9 Expressive flora! 


Inc 
t Kfe@ 
qencars and ; 
als cente+ 


+ , 
lath at aw ‘NA a. ow 


Masse will be ‘eiered 

s Church. 2d and C sts. ne mn 906 

Interment Congressionai Oh PORN a In I PR 
Cemetery Lets 

FT. LINCOLN— Buria! 

ost. WA. 7-790 


Tad 


space for 
3 


W 

sites 
gt 
7+2 


Juaire Remains resting 


yan vases L, MEM. PA 


ws ee 
Chimes: $139 4 
| re h to buy  . 
7 30 to 5: weekdays. RE 
’ 


FORT LINCOLN CEMETERY.) 
sorts sites new section rea 


b m. 
aptist Gagrem 
Fee ite) sts.. 
ae invited. 


MEAKEE. WILLIAM , te vy On Pri. 


mm latives and ot, 3 
Tetorment Cedar Hil) 5. BA, 
Subse 


FT LINCOLN —4| sites lor 
will finance. 


stantial savings cash or 
FPL. 4-6390 
T LINCOLN CEMETERY.—Five cheice 
sites in the Garden of the Cross 
19, iat a jeaving city: ma 
JU. 5-0645 


‘GLENWO OD—Choice 
i ash or terms. DU 


ween. NAT'L. CEM. 2 lots. 4 graves mn 
N Bac _brice ST. 3-4817 


p Was L. ct ETERY8100 « 
w we. sr Bee  C. LU. 2-436 


on | ermine 
Ye Funeral Directors 


"y WILLIAM LEE’S SONS CO. 
bn fe Agu: FUNERAL HOME 
4% 


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Preita } 

barviess and interment Bethlehem. Pa 


CREMATOR 1UM 


3-820 


THE WASHINGTON POST and ‘TIMES HERALD 
Sunday. May 27, 1956 B3 


0 


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Sun Radios: 25 th and Er Biggest Annual 


yerenouse Da 


GUARANTEED f 
LOWEST 
PRICES 


In fact, prices SO low that 
we'll refund the difference 
in cash if you can buy any 
item for less within 5 days. 
Real proof. that 


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never knowingly 
undersold! 


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21 Series Console, special ..... 
$239.95 21 Series, console ........ 
$299.95 21 Series, console, super 
Cascade . ; 
$309.95 21 Series, super console, 
blond ; 
$329.95 21 Series cascade console 


BENDIX 
$179.95 21 Series, table model 


CAPEHART 
2! Series, table model, special . 
24 Series, table model, special . 


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Console . 
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console .. : 
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console 


DUMONT 
$369.95 21 Series, Mahogany, Console 
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$269.95 21 Series, mahog. consolette 
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$149.95 17 Series, table model 
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17 Series, two-tone on base... 
$159.75 17 Series, portable 
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$269.95 21 Series, halo light, 
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$159.95 17 Series, table model, 
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as we encourage our employees to do. 


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. but 


Rest today... go to the church of your choice 
And because the President declared 


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blond 
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17 Series, 
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1 1-foot, all refrigerator (no 
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4 ae 
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$339.95 FRIGIDAIRE, 


porcelain 


porcelain, 


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cycle 


HAMILTON. fully automatic. 
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de luxe, 


FRIGIDAIRE, fully automatic 2- 


$189 


BENDIX Dialamatic, semiautomatic $115 
8 


BENDIX Economat, automatic 


HOOVER apt. size portable washer 


$339.95 WESTINGHOUSE Super, 


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$279.95 WESTINGHOUSE, Space 


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$499.95 BENDIX Duomatic washer-dryer 
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DRYERS 


$219.95 KELVINATOR De Luxe, 1955 . 
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S < ee oe te the commencement address.) Sullivan, a 1920 graduate of the 
yg HINGTON an we nn ebee | Hybla Field to Be Used GU to Award. He is the author of two books Naval Acadia ben son at 


R4 Sunday, May 27, 1956 'Geor 
getown now. Egan ad. 
| 3 Honor Degrees and a former assogiate editor’ usted in 1917 and’ was tres. 
of America, the national dent of the alumni association 


12 to 14 Hurt" For Army, Navy Tests | nary Sc 


. | . _" " University June 11 at the 
B R I] | i 2 : The Hybla Valley Airport off!ernment asency can_use such school’s 157th annual com- 
. lis 0 ~ EY | ac .. ¥ Route No. 1, four milés south land before it is advertised for mencement exercises. | 


sale. ’ The doctor of humane letters) 


, aah 9g ; ae dal of Alexandria will be used as 8 | The Navy acquired 1238 acres ‘will go to the Very Rev. Wil- 

ow n an | _ ke a proving grounds for classified o¢ the tract to make researchiliam A. Donaghy, S. J., presi- 

: a Army and Navy equipment, the tests for the Naval Research.dent of Holy Cross C ollege. and 

' Yefense Department has an-| laboratory. Belton Sullivan, Chicago in- 

OF Riggs 9 gh te Sad De P | The Army acquired the ba!.| Gustrialist. ‘Thomas C. Egan, 

SPRINGS, a., May 2 | | nounced. | Philadelphia attorney and 

\ Greyhound bus went out of , ‘ance of the land for similar! ‘Georgetown graduate,’ will re- 
control on wet U. S. 60 tonight The 1281-acf tract was de- tests. No construction i aire , 

4 g } S céive a doctor of laws degree 
and rolled down a 60-foot a {¢lared surplus property by the planned on tune tract. _. | Pather Donaghy will deliver 
bankment two miles west 0 Bureau of Public. Roads which’ 


here. A state trooper said there | 
were no known @Geaths. has used it for road bed tests 


Greenbrier Valley Hospital since 1941. A spokesman for the 
at Ronceverte said an esti- : bureau said these tests are now 
‘Ss Ol , ‘ made on highways under actual 


WHITE SULPHUR 


mated 12 to 14 passenders on 


sae te teatmene The boe| |= OUY WH WR erenay = || 


for your old ballpoint pen 
there for treatment. The ho | The Navy and Army asked. y p 


‘ night be more , 
ag vara Serta gene us driver Singer Betty Madigan, a local girl, was named “recording (to use the property after-if had| RELINED , " on the urchase of a new 
not identified, was the most! personality of the year” by the Advertising Club of Wash. (been turned over to the General, WHILE-U-WAIT : a | D 
seriously injured. The bus from jneton’ at ‘its annual jamboree at the Willard Hotel last (Services Administration for dis- N | . 
Richmond, Va., was boun. 10F) jiont From left are Alvin Q. Ehrlich, jamboree chairman; iposal. The law requires GSA With the New | Waterman's Sapphire — 
Charteston, W. va Miss Madigan and Ad Club President Ken Brown, ‘to detérmine if any other Gov-| Rivetiess . 

FL gage aller Bee CS EA OR RR Ge ee FR ee eas AE p : th th . , 

0 . aarive 0 ie DO y ig Papat a2" , 
Motor "iueress Co quoted a | SAFTIBON | e pen at writes with a 
soldier aboard the bus as szying| Democrats Drop | FULL KEYBOARD The industry's newest 6 ; 
times ‘on the way down” the > | Seseags ee $ and finest brake a iving more fric- jeweled point 
embankment. The entice wind- Harmony I arley Bes P 4 A ba As i Ms ments pressul™ "No rivet to score drums. Thirty-day ‘free trial offer will prove the 


> everi : ear 
shield of the bus and several tion, longer W jeweled point writes smoother on more 


fet athe tp arian) BALTIMORE, Muy 3 @ MONTHLY AMD UP paar ins aa Ss 
Kirkman said he saw (wo OF Sponsors of a meeting to pro- int . 
Plus Hauling Charges. : RIVETED LININGS FREE! pageant 


three persons lying on the _.», harmony among Mary- 
; ° Lata se eee tne land Democr: , E STECK FORD. CHEV. — c 

ously injured, he said. Doctor scheduled to be held here Sun- STORY & CLARK arty NEW end USES PLYMOUTH Other equo FAH . 
‘re aire: at the scene CHICKERING MASON & HAMLIN lastruments, elf cars ’ ily low ‘ 


ground, none appeared sPri ‘ - atic } e a d e r S 
were already at th er ) | nbn 
, , day on the eve of the party J : 
> "uc iver ue.e | ; : Hydrovlic orts 
oonaliges ante sis es —— state convention. announced H. M. CABLE WINTER STEINWAY in geod condition. a6 10,48 Service. Relined Broke 1408 F ST. N.W. WA. 8.9653 
sO) eT as ay iti if aU tonight the session has been WURLITZER HUNTINGTON STIEFF Over 100 te cheese 4 WHEELS . Or 


Sieks fallacd by Ac. | Moil This Coupon Today! FAMRNEY’S, 1408 F St. N.W., Wash., D.C 


its way around a curve near the naneatiad from. Rental or 


n ' ’ le act ident nut ns . : ' - . BRADBURY MUSETTE CABLE-NELSON R tal-P hose E - 
scene 1 \ spokesman for Millard E ai dace COMPLET pointment. Please send me... Waterman's Sapphire pen. () Chrome [j Gold 


‘ 

: psoavewl — igor eg . ydings, the party’s candidate , rf , i: 

ase suntan te Rene whe med i | LAPP BROS. BRAKE SERVICE nt =a 

crashed into a guard ral) and vitations to the meeting, said 9 A | | 
3th & GS N 33 A S 159 Lee Hwy., Ar! +See 

& G Sts, RW. 5 T0582 Seu. 5. 5. @ SIGE tee Mey. Min eee & Se few. N iia. ST. 3-4070 Zon State 

F 


wn the embankment : 
then dow! ie embar 1 + was called off because of | wy. 
STerling 3-9400 Wnioer 5-1105 KEnmore 8-5060 


illness Mail & Phone ( Orders Filled - Add. 2% Sales aie NES. 


. 


Barber Named 
Dean at Maryland | 


Brig. Gen. Edward Barber 
(USAF-ret.) has been appointed 
civilian dean of Maryland Unl- 
versity’s college of military 
science, Uni- 
versity Prestl- 
dent Wilson H 
Elkins a n- 
nounced yester- 


will handle the 
degree pro 
gram of the 
college 

Gen. Barber, 
® research as- 
sociate at Johns Hopkins Uni-| 
since retirement from! 
Force, lives at 5200 

Western ave., Chevy Chase 


3 Md. Cities Win 


Safety Awards 


Barber 


CO en Se Sw aA 


CHICAGO. May 26 \®—Marvy 
land and three of its cities drew 
special recognition from the 
National Safety Couneil today 
for their traffic safety records 

The three Mary! land cities— 
College Park, Mt. Rainier and 
Takoma Park—received special] 
recognition for passing the year 
without a single traffic death 

The state was cited for its, 
work in public safety education, 
one of four categories in which 
certificates of achievement are 
awarded 


Last GAR Veteran. 
109, Leaves Hospital 


DULUTH, Minn., May 26 # 
The lone survivor of the Grand 
Army of the Republic, Albert! 
Woolson, 109, was released from 
St. Luke's Hospital here Satur.- 
day 


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the public 


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NEXT SUNDAY Some men create the future—others merely catch up car for the man who insists on the same perfection in an Simply telephone your Chrysler and Imperial dealer. He 
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put one at your disposal over the weekend. Call him 


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Watch for ‘Making ba : 

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Life Make Sense’ | It is natural for such men to lead all trends in travel. And n e lmperial’s unparalle xury ppo 


| today, more and more of them are driving the Imperial. meets the utmost demands of a man of stature. 


It's a new Sunday columna | 
by Bonaro and Harry ‘Over- For Imperial attracts the man who rejects the common- Perhaps you, too, are constantly seeking “something IM-PEH ‘RIAL, 


street, th *lebrated authe f é : . ” ‘ : , 
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Mind” and “The Mind Alive.” Masterfully styled, flawlessly engineered . . . here is a many men of vision recognize as the ultimate in motoring. > finest eapresston of The Forward Look, 


They're famed for their 
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Their column, “Making : | 

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and Times Herald , : MAY IS SAFETY CHECK MONTH . . . CHECK YOUR CAR... CHECK ACCIDENTS . . . 


Plan Assailed 


Aide Plans Pee. usiness 
Talk inRome oe SUNDAY, MAY 27, 1956 


Washin 
Staf! Reporter 


Jac J. Lehrman, vice presi-| 
dent and secretary of Giant 
Food Department Stores, Inc.,| 
will teave New York Tuesday) 
en route to Rome. He is to 
speak on shopping centers be- 
fore the third International 
Congress on Food Distribution 


Equitable’s Phillips Finds 
cseeae« it never QQpen Door’ Policy Pays 


Some 2500 delegates from) Be Sts 
all of the free nations will at-| . Ee PM 
tend the meeting. The Depart-| Never Too Busy 

To Counsel With 


ment of Agriculture and the' 

National Association of Food 
802 Employes 
By S. Oliver Goodman 


Chains are cooperating in| 
Financial Editor 


building a complete modern. 
“Many techniques of execu- 


retail food market including 
frozen food cases, pre-packag-| 

tive management contribute to 
competitive success, but one 


ing area and check out regis- 
stands above all others—hu- 


ters as a demonstration of 
American techniques 

man leadership through human 
understanding.” 


Ladies Committee 
That thought epitomizes the 


W. Hiles Pardoe, President 
the District of Columbia 
Association, yester- 
the appoint- 
success of Charles Emory Phil- 
lips as president of Equitable 
Life Insurance Co. The words 
/are borrowed from an Equitable 
employes publication and were 
‘used to describe Phillips. 
| As head of a Washington in- 
stitution with $89 million in 
assets, Phillips finds every min- 
ute of his working day crowded 
with pressing business affairs. 
But let any of Equitable’s 802 
, : han, employes ask for an audience 
agg nnge cos meee. Faseee and Phillips makes himself 
man. Mrs. Frank A. Gunther, readily available. aa 
Mrs. Warren R. Forster, Mrs.| As a colleague put it: “He is 
Francis E. Robey, Mrs. John always willing to listen and| 
C. McCormack, Mrs. James P.\ counsel with any member of the | 
Benfer Jr., Mrs. John ‘ Pyles Equitable family.” And as the| 
Jr.. Mrs. James F. Willett and elevator girl at the Equitable 
Mrs. justin D. Bowersock. Building, 816-20 14th st. nw.,) 
jcommented: “He’s a mighty burg design, construction meth-|three-story edifice from the 
Who's News 


‘nice man to work for.” ‘ods, modern office layouts,/front. Actually, it will be four- 
Paul Menk has been ap- Impressive Record 


istory due to the sloping con- 
; Bae tour in the rear. 

pointed executive manager Of; nig gift of sympathetic un-|sign, cost estimates, landscap- 

the District of Columbia pawn derstanding of the other fel-|ing, etc. ‘True Colonial Design 

ings and Loan League .. . JOhN jow’s problems has paid off for| necade in the Making 


+e | The tower part of the new 
Washington has joined the hon President Phillips and) ‘builds mT , 
staff of Alex. Brown & Sons Equitable. Let's look at the! Phillips and Equitable’s board building, Phillips pointed out 


as a registered representative »..orq of trustees have been working proudly, will look nearly like 
.. . Charles E. Truax, auditor; When Phillips became presi-on location and construction|the Governor’s Palace at Wil- 
esac n el a ao ong dent in 1948 at the age of 46,\plans for 10 years. The 9%%- liamsburg. 
allway System Ww © Os | Equitable had assets of $43 mil-|acre site on Wiseonsin ave. was 7 Ti 
June 1... W illiam B. Divine oo Today, assets are in ex-| purchased early in 1955. Actual. Wah an effort, Phillips ow 
has been appointed assistant) ace of $89 million. ground-breaking is expected in induced to shift to details about 
comptroller of the same rail- Life insurance in force has'a few months. his own life and career. 
road. ‘advanced from $271 million to Rn peagene A first ago He is a native and life-long 
. $399 million. shou completed and oc- " : 
Clarendon Trust Branch |”rotai_ income has climbed |cupied by early 1958, Phillips a ee hares aper~ig beg 
The Clarendon Trust Co. willfrom $10.6 million a year to/said. It will be big enough to/jive at 9010 Burning Tree rd., 
its branch at Williams-|$163 million in 1955. house nearly twice the present!in Rethesda. 
ae = , isen |home office staff and should be) 41; 
burg blvd. and North Sycamore! Policy reserves have risen|0me office stall and shou His father, the late Asa 
st., Arlington, for business at|from $38 million to $77 million,|;@mple for at least 10 years.'pmory Phillips, was sanitary 
8:30 a. m. Monday. The branch while capital funds have in-| “But we're looking further engineer for the District of Co- 
will be managed by Mrs. Ida p. | creased from $3.5 million to ahead than that.” Ph il lips lumbia for many years. His late 
Moore, who has been vice presi-| $7.5 million. _ ladded. “The first section is|mother was a school teacher. 
dent at the main office and who Handsome, youthful-looking planned so that two wings can| Phillips attended Central 
has been associated with the|Phillips has a boyish enthusi-|be easily added when our busi-| High School in Washington and 
company since 1938. asm that is contagious. His ness growth warrants.” graduated from George Wash- 
voice rings with it. | With land and building, the|ington University with LL.B. 
Laurel Bank Opens Currently, he’s most enthu-/|total outlay initially will be in| and LL.M. degrees. He was ad- 
Silastic about plans for a new the neighborhood of $3 million, mitted to practice before the 
The State Bank of Laurel,|home office building in the 3900 Phillips estimated. |Supreme Court of the District 
Md., held open house yesterday | block of Wisconsin ave. Inno-| Equitable’s new building will|of Columbia in 1925 and the 
at its new building, 320 Main st.|cently, this interviewer brought be in direct contrast to the United States Supreme Court 
Chartered last November byjup the subject of the new/present structure. The main in 1929. 
the Maryland Bank Commission | building. Phillips swept every-|part of the old home office, His career with Equitable 
the new institution will open | thing off his desk, went to a built in 1909, has only a 24 started in 1922, when he became 
for business at 9:00 a. m. Mon-icabinet and returned with a/foot frontage on 14th st. and an accounting clerk in the of- 
day. Invitations to attend have formidable roll of blueprints. |rises seven stories. fice of Allen C. Clark, secretary 
been extended to the presidents} For the next half hour, this}, The new building will have and founder of Equitable. He 
of all banks in Maryland. reporter received a liberal ed-'a 276-foot frontage on Wiscon-|was promoted to assistant sec- 
ucation in Colonial Williams-|sin ave. and will look like a retary in 1933, became a trus- 


B5 


m Success Story 


of 
Bankers 
day announced 
ment of 
follow ing : 
dies commit-*@ 
tee for the an- 
nual conven- 
tion, June 6-10, 

at The Home- 
stead, Hot 
Springs, Va.; 
Mrs. W. Hiles 
Pardoe, chair- 
man, Mrs. Dan- 


By Jim McNamara. Stafl Photographer 


CHARLES EMORY PHILLIPS 
~«.» “Mighty Nice Man to Work For” 


‘building materials, contour de- 


New Venture | 


By Ecker 


NEW YORK, May 26 # 
Frederic W. Ecker, president 
of the Metropolitan Life Insur-| 
ance Co., 
strong opposition to proposed 
laws .hat would permit New 
Jersey insurance companies to) 
sell variable annuities. | 

“The variable annuity idea’ 
is theoretically an interesting | 
proposal, but one which has 
many dangers of a very practi- 
cal nature,” Ecker said in a| 
letter to Sen. Malcolm 5. Forbes 
of the New Jersey Legiclature. 

Ecker stated, “We do not be- 
lieve it to be in the public 
interest for life insurance com- 
panies to be permitted to sell 
either directly or indirectly 
what in effect are participations 
in common stock pools. 

“The stock market is not a 
one-way street. When a sub- 
istantial drop occurs, as has re- 
peatedly happened in the past, 
surely the public’s confidence, 
built up over many years of 
inaustrious and wise manage-| 
ment, might well be severely 
shaken.” 

Variable annuity contracts 
iwould provide payments de-| 
signed to reflect the value of | 
money at the time of payment, | 
primarily as shown in the value} 
of common stocks. These con-| 
trast with fixed annuities for | 
which payment a‘ a future date, | 
regardiess of the value of) 
money then, is determined) 
when the contract is written. | 


Sales of Safeway 


NEW YORK, May 26 || 
Sales of Safeway Stores in four | 
weeks ended May 19 totaled | 
$151,344,252, compared with 
$152,089,248 in the like weeks | 
last year. There were 1985 out- 
lets in operation this year |! 
against 1999 a year earlier. | 

Consolidated sales for 201! 


533,999 last year in the same 
period. | 


‘tee in 1936, secretary-treasurer 
in 1943 and president in 1948. 

His wife also started work 
‘with Equitable in 1922, a few 
imonths after Phillips did, and 
‘is in the accounting depart- 
iment now. 

Phillips served as a lieuten- 
ant in the Coast Guard during 
\World War II. Always a lover 
of the open seas, he owned a 
34-foot sailboat for 19 years 
iwhich was known as the “Roar- 
ing Bessie.” 

Six feet tall and weighing 
about 180 pounds, he admits to) 
having put on weight since he) 
stopped smoking three years) 
ago. “Just thought I'd see if I) 
could.” 

He’s too busy for hobbies and 
pastimes these days, but occa-| 
sionally lets a friend “drag” | 
him to a golf course where he 
plays a “horrible game.” : 

At the time of the interview, | 
he and his wife were about to) 
fly to Bermuda—business, of | 
course. They were going to ac- 
company 260 top salesmen of 
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‘prize trip. 


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CIAL DEFENSE PROJECTS DEPARTMENT 


General Electric 


, Announces 


‘A Technical Forum 


For Engineers and Scientists 


IN WASHINGTON JUNE 13 


On New Fields and Advances in Guided Missiles Technology 
INSTRUMENTATION @ STRESS ANALYSIS e« HYPERSONIC EXPERIMENTATION 


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Developments in the vital field of guided missiles are of interest 
to everyone. As a contribution to the technical interests of 
engineers and scientists, the Special Defense Projects Depart- 
ment is extending its Technical Forum to scientific people out- 
side the General Electric Company. Engineers and scientists are 
invited to attend this meeting on Wednesday evening, June 13. 


The speakers for the Technical Forum ave: 


MR. M. W. OF MERIT 
Manager, Recording and Recovery Engineesing 
Mr. De Merit will discuss problems end techniques involved in the 
instrumentation of developmental vehicies. His talk will apply per 
treularly to hypersonic conditions. 


MR. S. LEVY 
Manager, Stvess.Analysis Engineering 


Mr. Levy is noted for hit contributions to the fields of structural 
Gesign end stress ensiysis. He will speak on new applications used to 
solve stress and structural problems of bodies traveling at extremely 
high speed. 


_* 


DR. YUSUF YOLER 
Hypersonic Scientist 


The Aerothermodynamics Laboratory of the Specia! Defense Projects 
Department is pioneering in hypersonic experimentation. Or Yoler 
wilt discuss the epplicetion end development of facilities such as 
wind tunnels, shock tunnels, and mass eccelerators as they relate to 
missile research. 


A DISCUSSION PERIOD 
WILL FOLLOW THE PRESENTATIONS 


THE SPECIAL DEFENSE PROJECTS TECHNICAL FORUM 


DATE: Vi edn 


esday, June 1? TIME: 7:30 P.M. PLACE: Hotel Willard, Washington, D.C. 


Admission to the Forum will be by ticket only 


Engineers and scientists interested in missiles de- 
velopment are invited to write for free tickets to 
the Technical Forum. Due to the technical content 
of the presentation, and the limited seating space 
available, please include your professional] degree 
and field of interest. 


To obtain ticket write: 
Technical Forum 
SPECIAL DEFENSE PROJECTS DEPARTMENT 


GENERAL @@® ELECTRIC 


2900 Campbell Avenue, Schenectady, New York 


wit WASHINGTON POST end 
6 


Sunday, May 27, 1956 


TIMES HERALD 


Brief Rallies Slow Decline in Stocks 


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NEW YORK, May 26 (»—Sales on 
New York Steck Exchange this week 
totaled 11,538,739 shares: previous 
week 11,148,500; same week last year 
10,140,415. 


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NEW YORK, May 26 ‘®—The stock 

market took its worst beating this 


week since the week of September 25 4 


the week of the first reaction to 
President Eisenhower's heart attack. 

The Associated Press average of 60 
stocks declined $7.90 to $177.40. Fol- 
lowing Mr. Eisenhower's attack it fell 
$8.20 in the week. 

The average is now $1410 below 
the record high which it reached on 
April 6 but it is still $5.80 above its 
low for this year reached January 23. 
It has lost more than two-thirds of 
the rise from January to April. 

As the week began, Wall Street 
analysts said that the market could 
be expected to test its low points on 
the charts to see whether prices 
would either crash through and estab- 
lish new lows from which a rally could 
eventually develop or whether they 
would rebound immediately. 

The averages definitely broke 
through this imaginary “floor” and 
various bullish movements during the 
week got no sustained support. From 
the technician's viewpoint, it could 
take one or two more sessions to 
reach an absolute bottom in the cur- 


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and then a good rally might be in 
order. 
On Monday the market declined 
deeply in a further reaction as it 
digested unfavorable news develop- 
ments of the week before. 

The news that rd Motor Co. 
would halt operations for two days in 
three of its plants in the Cleveland 
area came after the close on Tuesday 

The contrariness of the market in 
the face of the Ford news as well as 
overnight news of other automotive 
cutbacks was shown by a brisk rally 
Wednesday morning. A late selloff 
knocked the props under most of the 
gains. 

On Thursday morning, there was a 
slight rally but it died aborning and 
prices crumpled badly toward the 
close. There was plenty. of bearish 
news on which to pin the decline. 
Commerce Secretary Weeks said the 
economy was “very spotty.’ 

Prices of market leaders on Friday 
wound up pretty well mixed although 
the statistics, again, were on the down- 
side. The day started with a rip-roar- 
ing rally which was followed by a 
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During 1955 _ 
Slight Rise 
In Electric 
Bills Noted. | 


Associated Press 

The average monthly bill for’ 
ectric service went up a little’ 
“4 — during 1955, continuing the! 
m~—29 slight upward trend whic 
M— , . 

s ~1% many residential users have 
7™—8% noted since 1951. 

as The Federal Power Commis- 


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MUTUAL 
INVESTORS 


representatives, attended the 
recent ‘meeting of the Pontiac 
dealer council here. - 


Common Stock 


Price $1.00 Per 
Share 


For FREE circular 
write or phone 


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915 Eye St. N.W., Washington 1, 0. C. 
NA. 8.7358 


INSURANCE 
STOCKS 
G. J. Mitchell, Jr., Co. 


1420 New York Ave. N.W. 
RE. 7-1481 


Branch Offices’ 
Artington, Va., Cape.Mag. N. J. 


Corporation of New York 


bill for residential service for 


a ee. we ee --— _ 


1% %250 kilowatt-hours per month 
7 4, Was $7.07 as of lastJan, J, an 
$2 +1% increase of 4 cents during 1955 
gest The lowest average listed for 
As a 4% 200 kwh per month was $6.76 
7%— win 1951. It was $12.86 in 1925. 
ut «The commission noted that 
s2 ~1 the Nation's average use per 
5 5 ;,, Customer is now about 230 kwh 
s#\,—3%, Per Month. It figures that 250 
Mie—2% kwh a month covers lighting. 
Met imefrigeration, use of small ap- 
pliances and cooking. | 
=i4 The average bill for 100 kwh 
2m%— % Per month as of last Jan. 1 was 
it Me $3.77, compared with $3.75 a 
m4) year earlier and $6.03 in 1925. 
1 —% There were also slight in- 
Lo aartg creases in the average bills for 
: 


the lowest average 
%_i% Monthly residential bills, with 
47%4~—3% the figure at $3.20 for 250 kwh 
ye) Seattle, Wash.; was next at 
4+ % 94.40, Spokane, Wash., next at 
%— % 54.61 and Sacramento, Calif. 


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_— 

_— In the 250 kwh category, the 
m—% Cighest monthly average was 
@ve—1% 59.53 reported for four Mas- 
oo. sachusetts cities, Boston, Brook- 
#%—1 line, Newton and Somerville 
‘*e~3%| The commission § said its 
tae Study of residential rates cov. 
193 ered 238 cities, most of them 
4-Mhaving 50,000 population or 
ae more. Forty-nine of the cities 
441% Dad increases in rates during 
ss —1%7 1955, 15 had decreases, 2 had in. 
Sara, creases and decreases, and 172 
8+ had no changes in the average 
He i bills. 


Trends of Week 


NEW YORK, May 26 #—Tie following table 
gives operating results in majer lines 6? besi- 
— “% Bess and finance fer the istest week, 
27¥o— % Comparisons with a year age: 
s\e— % Latest Wk. 
. Stes! pred (% ef cap) 96 6 
Freight Carleadings 
Misc. freight 
Aute pred (units) 
2 Yrs. Seft coal pr 
Age Crode oi! or 
08 Engineering awards $310. 
558 «Paper prod (% of cap) 
182 «Paper beard prod 
. (% cap) 
Steck sales (shares) 
Bond sales (par valve) 


Age 


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11,538,739 16,140,415 


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519,733,500 $18,052,500 
Bes failures (number) 278 228 
Whelesaie prices 

(BLS index) 

(Fimal three ciphers 
Elec per pred (kwh) 
1S4— “Bank clearings 
26‘ Dewand deposits 
179e— 78 Business leans 
20% Excess reserves 
32%4— “® Treasury 
'S'2+ "2 Brokers leans 
57¥2—-12 Money in circulation 

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10.875,008 §$.736, 
$22,062,576 $19,334,681 
$54,999,000 $56,294 900 
528.203.0800 $22,737,000 
$336 000 $481 000 
$21,770,008 $21,673,009 
$1,595,008 $1,955,008 
$30,317,000 $29,426,000 


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2s 38106 ples stock ivitend. t-Paable inch Surin T88, Linco Service Ce tenmen With alert, aggressive management. 
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Beverage Tax Receipts Mutual Fund Prices Sen 1am. umadlet $2 YEE Se fy alll your investment opeculations ‘bave them. 


Press average of important commodity prices) ' 
declined this week: fer thes econd consece- Second Nations! Bork For information on stocks with the “Profit 


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180.46 a week ake. A year age it was 178.21. State 1 & Finance Cl A com 15% ss 

Nonferrous metals established @ sew low, State Laas : ceeeaee * ev nr o--. Mail to Mr. Sherley Colbert 

/fer the year. Other lewer commodity seg: mene ’ ; 

“ments were industrials, grains and cotton, washington Baseball ¢ cl ae sa, Washington Representative 

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Alcoholic beveragés tax returns were up $249,000 this April | 
from the total take in April, 1955, according to the last monthly | 
report of Tax Collector Guy Pearson. 

This reflects increased sales to buyers stocking up before new 
taxes on alcohol and wine went into effect May 1, Pearson 
‘explained. Added taxes on beer also caused a run, netting the 4, 
city $6000 more this April than last year from the beer charges. | Bulleck Fund 

Increases are: on beer, from $1.25 to $1.50 a barrel; liquor, 
from $1 to $1.25 a gallon; and wine, new tax of 15 cents on 
table wine and from 20 to 35 cents on wines of higher alcoholic 
content. New two percent charges on rental of personal 
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and motor vehicle parking funds collections for the 1956 fiscal 198 D-New 1956 high. I-Hew 1956 lew. Se ae ses a ne yg cader- 
year to April 30 was $131,654,607 compared with $122,514,164 5; 0) 13.23 }omm ie im your sOcial and career 
for the first ten months of the 1955 fiscal year. t 3 oe | r we 
GENERAL REVENUE FUND: Month of Fiscal 1956 Mon Piscal 1955 eeetioess i or informative appointment 

a iesies and $1 af 308 516.049.3764 The Tay 583 898 al 21.79 23. | without obligation phone NO. 

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Rape gh eden 74 «1.684.420 i 829.117 Spdubacaninrpeal , IRELY & OMPAN y | 7-0600. Ask for Mr. Dennis. 
eally , 138 O42 * 24° 520 6 j 40 213 525 onen  eduaceinn , ‘ 
oo ~ prover” (tangible) : 321.157 1.452 | | 7.234.634 i ry . |— A os re 
ank, public utilities, etc a . ‘ . = . ve semen 

Gross oo ‘diag |= 915.215 35.913 3.051.656 is Member Philadelphia - Baltimore Stock Exchange - 

ssociations . « 5.601 586.693 66.172 $09.447 = 

Gross receipte—pu lic utili- ane aten.es? 1.293.907 0.306.060 | & : sonecnnnre ME r4 


Gross réceipis—titie cos. eee ae 922 | G ¢ Com Sth 6 131 U.S. GOVERNMENT BONDS 


Total banks. public utilities notices ee | s ‘7 OR 
etc 123.912 647 5, 5.930, : | 
poberitonce nd ees HL : T36:383 | tn ta ‘7 ra] TAX-FREE MUNICIPAL & REVENUE BONDS A NEWSPAPER | OPERATION 
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tags, titles, etc.) __ 193,437 2.889.561 304.960 __ 2,854,235 | eee oa ow saa A of growth and world leadership—is then up te your 
ine ~—y Fund .... $1.247.659 $13,114,802 $1,287,322 §12.274.236 Mass Li | = ua =| sade ryr ic pert cr oe ans: fy own merits only. 
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IT IS HIGH TIME by the 
calendar to plant the cucur- 
bits, commé@hly called vine 
Be HA the weather and 
not the. calen- 
dar should be 
our guide. 

Actually, 
there is still 
plenty of time 
because most 
of these plants 
may be started 
in the garden 
until the mid- 
die of June 
with plenty of 
time for their 


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The cucurbits have the re- 
putation of being difficult gar- 
den crops to grow. This is due 
almost entirely to their sus- 
ceptibility to attack by a num- 
ber of insects and diseases. 
The systematic use of the 
modern pesticides, however, 
has made it possible to grow 
some of the cucurbits, partic- 
ularly bush squashes and 
cucumbers, with little diffi- 
culty. 

But some of the long season 
species and varieties (winter 
squashes and pumpkins, for 
example) are difficult to keep 
in a healthy condition. 


ALTHOUGH the vine crops 
have the reputation of requir- 
ing a lot of garden space, this 
| is only partly true for some 

of them. It is also true that 
cucumbers...and...even. musk- 
melons may be planted rather 
closely and trained to the gar- 
den fence or other support 
thereby requiring much less 
space than if grown in the 
usual manner. Gourds are in- 
variably grown in this man- 
ner. 

Four hills, or an equivalent 
number of plants set singly 
in a row, will provide worth- 

| while yields of most of the 
| eucurbits. The following para- 
graphs show the approximate 
amount of square footage of 
soil needed for each of the 
more important ones. 


 . Cucumbers and musk- 
| melons: A space about 6 feet 
| age with the hills 3 feet apart, 
single plants about 18 
: a apart in the row. About 
| 72 square feet of space is re- 
quired. The same number of 
_ plants spaced 18 inches apart 
and trained to the garden 
fence would require only about 
half this space, provided they 
receive plenty of sunshine. 
Bush squash: A space 5 feet 
| wide with the hills 3 feet apart 
in the row. Only 60 square 
feet required. 
Vining type squash 
| pumpkins: A space 8 feet wide 
with the hills 4 feet apart in 
| the row. About 128 square fect 
——es Of space required. 
Watermelions; Hills about 8 
feet apart each direction. At 
least 250 square feet requjred. 
Smaller plantings than those 
suggested are seldom recom- 
mended and larger ones are 


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| It's Cueurbit Time 
‘Watermelons Do Fine s Home Sas Here 


there is an aMiens of gar- 
den space. 


7. 

THE COMMONPLACE 
statement about fertile, well- 
drained soil well supplied with 
organic matter applies with 
particular force to this group 
of plarits. . All the species and 
varieties of this group respond 
generously to applications of 
compost or well-decayed ma- 
nure. However, it must not 
contain the remains of cucur 
bit plants from previous. sea- 
sons. Such material is likely 
to be infested with disease 
organisms. 

If it must be used, steriliza- 
tion is advisable. About one- 
fourth by volume mixed into 
the top several inches of soil 


at the site of each hill or plant 


is enough. In addition, 3 to 4 
ounces of fertilizer should be 
added to each hill during its 
preparation. Do not allow the 
fertilizer to come in contact 
with the seeds. 

Although it is a bit late in 
the season to start seeds of the 
vine crops in containers, such 
as berry baskets, where they 
can be given daily attention 
during germination, it is still 
a good practice unless the soil 
and weather conditions in the 
garden are very favorable. 

It is easy to fill the berry 
baskets with mellow soil, place 
the seeds therein, keep them 
moist and warm for a few days 


and then shift the entire mass 
of soil to the garden without 
disturbing the roots. 

Plant bands, or other con- 
tainers which may~—be easily 
removed when shifting the 
plants to the garden, may be 
employed. A shallow box with 
cardboard dividers to separate 
the units is very good. 


Bush summer squash and 
cucumbers are most popular 
with home gardeners. Both 
muskmelons and watermelons 
may be regarded as luxury 
items in most gardens. Musk- 
melons are tricky to grow but 
when they succeed the quality 
is wonderful. Watermelons are 
not difficult to grow, largely 
because they are rather free 
from attack by insect and dis- 
ease pests. 


EARLY Summer Crookneck, 
Early Prolific Straightneck, 
Caserta, Cocozelle; Zucchini, 
Bush Scollop and Bush Table 
Queen are desirable bush 
varieties of squashes. All these 
varieties except the Bush 
Table Queen require only* 
about 50 days for growth. The 
latter is an 80-day variety 
which may be used green, or 
stored and kept for winter. 
Only well-matured fruits are 
suitable for storage. 

Hybrid varieties of cucum-. 


bers such as Sensation and 
Burpee Hybrid are excellent 


Forget-Me-Nots Are Good 
For ir ering Up Rosebushes 


By Maryland Nuyrseryman’s Association 


MANY GARDENERS are 
dissatisfied with the bareness 
at the base of rosebushes and 
desire to combine additional 
plants as fillers. This, however, 
is normally discouraged be- 
cause roses will stand little 


crowding or competition tor 
food and moisture. 

But the following low plants 
may be used as attractive fill- 
ers without any serious effect 
on the roses: sweet alyssum, 
lebelia, purple robe (Nierem- 
bergia), annual candytuft, an- 
nual phliox (Phlox Drummon- 
dii), and forget-me-not. 


SUMMER PLANTING RULES 

DAHLIA, gladiolus, sum- 
mer hyacinth and tuberose 
bulbs may be planted during 
June. 

Dahlias should “be planted 
about 6 inches deep and should 
be staked at planting time. 
This prevents possible damage 
by driving stakes through the 
tubers if staked later. Gladioli 
may be planted at one week to 
10-day intervals for continuous 
flowering. 


TYING PLANTS TO STAKES 

INEXPERIENCED garden- 
ers often have difficulty mak- 
ing ties that hold well for long 
periods. Whether you use 
twine or plant ties, two or 
three turns should be made 
around the stake and firmly 
drawn; then tied if twine or 
twisted if plant ties. 

Next, take the free ends 
around the plant stems, tie or 
twist again to make a sizable 
loop which is large enough so 
that the stem can’t be con- 


—_—— 


CLEANING SPRAYERS 

MOST of the difficulties ex- 
perienced with sprayer equip- 
ment can be traced to allow- 
ing spray solutions to stand 
in sprayers or failure to clean 
Sprayers after using. All spray 
solutions not used should be 
poured out immediately and 
the. sprayer thoroughly 
cleaned. Since most of the in- 
sect sprays are volatile, these 
should be used as soon as 
mixed for maximum efficiency. 

Many wettable spray mate- 
rials also solidify quickly, thus 
causing clogging of sprayer 
nozzles, filter screens and 
tubing. Also, many chemicals 
corrode the metal parts. De- 
tergents or ammonia are good 
cleansing agents, but these also 
remove oils from the pumps 
and ti®ir leather valve wash- 
ers. Lubrication should follow 
each cleansing. 


WEED KILLERS 

ANOTHER TYPE of selec- 
tive weed killer for lawns is 
now available to the home 
gardener. Known as MCP. its 
chief advantage over 24-D is 
that it gives the same type of 
control but does not kill the 
clover.in the lawn. The cost is 
about the same. 


FENCES— 


Prices 


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LINK 


At Pre-Season Discount 
Easy Terms Arrans 


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VA.—Call JA. 5-0258 
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REMOVAL OF SEED PODS 

THE REMOVAL of seed 
pods before ripening is im- 
portant for many plants. Seed 
pods of perennials such as 
oriental poppy and summer 
phlox should be removed 
promptly to avoid having 
worthless seedlings germinate 
and develop which cannot be 
identified except at blooming 
time from the original parent 
plants. 

Seed pods of such shrubs as 
lilac and rhododendron should 
be removed early because 
their development takes sub- 
stances from the plant and 
reduces the amount of flower 
buds for the following year. 


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* THE WASHINGTON ‘POST and TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, May 27, 1956 B&8 


Demonstratio n 


THE AMERICAN Universi 
ty Park Garden Club will meet 
at 8 p. m. Tuesday at Gustin 

have ° Gardens. Montrose and. Old 
sistant te mosaic and 


ot being re Georgetown rds., Rockville. 
Mrs. Charies G. Grover will 
mildew. 

Pride of Wisconsin variety 


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Ld 
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ing. 
in the Washington area. The! 
same is true of New Hamp.\| Most beautiful of al | libacs 


shire Midget, and wilt resist- 
ant Kleckly Sweet and Dixie 
Queen varieties of water- 
melon. é ’ 


Every gardener who grows 
any of the cucurbits is urged 
to obtain a copy of “Vegetable 
Gardeners’ Handbook on In-! 
sects and Diseases,” Home and 
Garden Bulletin No. 23, United 
States Department of Agricul- 
ture. It will be of great help. 

Don't use sulphur on these 
plants. It will injure them. 
Start dusting the young plants 
as they emerge with rotenoné| 
or other suitable insecticide 
to head off the cucumber 
beetles. Dust or spray with 
nicotine sulphate to control 
aphids, which work on the 
underside of the leaves suck-| 
ing the plant juices, — 


. 


for salad purposes, 
the advantage 


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and TIMES HERALD 


Among Them, Rhododendrons 


Sunday, May 27, 1956 


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By Katherine B. Pozer 


WHILE our cold, damp 
spring d*layed many garden 
chores and was génerally frus- 
trating to gardeners who were 

—¢ anxious to get 
on with spring 
planting, it has 
been one of the 
loveliest in 
memory. The 

weather kept 
‘early flowering 
bulbs fresh for 
a long time, 
adding beauty 
to the late pa- 
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iris and anem- 
ones. 

The dogwond and redbud de- 
layed their bioom in. many 
places so that they arrived 


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with the lilacs and wisterias, | 


’ A 


| Our Wet Spring Has Its Blessings 


both of which have had an un- 
usually fine season. 

Never have the azaleas been 
lovelier in and about Washing- 
ton. They Rave bloomed in 
profusion in parks and private 
grounds, greatly enhancing 
the beauty of the city. 

Along with the interest in 
azaleas, we find increasing in- 
terest in growing its botanical 
cousin, the rhodedendron. 
Gardeners have been siow in 
attempting to grow rhododen- 
drons, 
they are difficult. Much of 
this has come from upsuecess- 
ful attempts at transplanting 
from the wild and from buying 
from itinerant peddlers who 
dig the plants carelessly and 
cove, their mistakes with loose 
dirt in burlap coverings. 


THE RHODODENDRON is 
one of our finest natives, and 
the famed thickets in the 
Smoky Mountains is one of the 
East's great tourist attrac- 
tions. There on the misty 


| mountain tops the masses of 


pink and lavender bloom make 
picture of indescribable 
beauty. The hybridizers, too, 


| have produced some fine new 


shades and colors by crossing 
some of our natives with 
plants from overseas. 

In England, the rhododen- 
dron has been very popular, 


_and many of the great show 
| places have fine collections of 
| plants of immense size. The 


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With Shirley Povich 


To Whom It May Concern: 


ROCKY MARCIANO has told the national magazines 
and Hollywood his life story is not for sale until after 
February, when his contract with Manager Al Weill ex- 
pires. Otherwise Weill would cash in on 40 per cent of 
the revenue ....The All-America boom has already 
started for Mike Sandusky of Maryland. Herman Hickman 
says of him, “Mike Sandusky looks : : 
like the best tackle in the South—and 
maybe in the country.” ... An un- 
funny practical joker had Irv Noren 
of the Yanks in a tizzy the other day. © 
Posing as a newspaperman, he phoned 
Noren in the early morning to ask his © 
“reaction” to the “deal” that sent him ~ @ 
to Detroit along with Gil McDougald © — 
for Ray Boone and Ned Garver. Noren ‘ 
spent most of the morning dialing © 
Casey Stengel before learning it was © 
a fake ... Ex-Yankee Allie Reynolds ~ 
will attend the graduation exercises at : 
Central State College, Edmond, Okla., 
next week. One of the graduates will 
be his mother, 61 . . . The Gillette Cav- 
alcade of Sports will spend $70,000 and employ nine mobile 
Cameras to cover the Palm Beach golf tournament June 10. 
In Washington, it will be a Channel 4 show ... The abnormal 
80-inch réach of Hurricane Jackson will give him a nine-inch 
edge on Floyd Patterson in their June 8 battle. Jackson could 
(1) halt Patterson's 16-fight winning streak or (2) become his 
12th straight knockout victim ... Nine of the first 10 heavy- 
weights in the Ring Magazine ranking are Negroes. 

THE BRITISH solidified their reputation for understate- 
ment When Reporter Alistair Cooke of the Manchester Guard- 
ian described the finish of the Ray Robinson-Bobo Olson fight 
thusly: .. . Olson reciprocated until a left hook caused him 


Povich 


to fall on his knees and lie back and forget the whole thing.” 


» « « Manager Eddie Lopat is working wonders with his Rich- 
mond pitching staff in the International League. Testimony as 
to one of the wonders is the 3-0 record of Pitcher Eddie Lopat 
..- Bonus-baby ball players can now move over and make room 
for a bonus fighter. Lenny Kanthal, former Coolidge high 
school athlete, and heavyweight champion of the Golden 
Gloves in this area, has been given $5000 to turn pro and sign 
a contract with Jimmie Brahms as his manager. 
last 14 months in the Marine Corps are being canceled be- 
cause of family hardships ... “Wake Up The Echo,” a phrase 
taken from the Notre Dame Victory Song, is, the engaging 
title of Bob Cooke’s compendium of great sports stories now 
in the book stores ... The break down on the $10,886 Cary 


Middlecoff has earned thus far on this year’s tournament tour | 


shows that he has been paid at the rate of $4.51 per stroke 
The Nats, even though battling for eighth place, are superior 
in one respect. They've taken on a new farm team, Superior, 
Nebs, in a newly-formed D league, comprised wholly of rookies 
from the schools and colleges. 


IN COMPILING his money-winning record of $1,100,365, 
Nashua raced 2512 miles that required 42 minutes. His owners 
were paid off at the rate of $43,152 a mile and $26,199 a minute, 
according to the calculations of Sports Illustrated . . . Paid 
attendance in Washington for the All-Star game will be the 
park capacity, less 450 seats required by the working press... 
The Laurel track, bragging about its International race, takes 
a swipe at its mimics by calling the International “an event 
whiem has served as a model for other races of similar types 
atv ps American tracks.” ... Rocky Marciano, his wife and 
daughter, will be guests of Ed Murrow on “Person to Person” 
Friday at 10:30, Channel 9. . . On the day Sal Maglie joined 
the Dodgers, his father passed away, and the Gettysburg, Pa., 
Gazette came up with the intriguing headline: “Sal Maglie’s 
Father Dies; Joins Brooks.” . .. Tom Selep, the Maryland 
fullback who had a knee cartilage removed, has been in- 
structed to play tennis as part of the therapy ... All of the 
Nats’ farm clubs with the exception of Chattanooga are in the 
first division . .. Dick Brodowski, farmed out to Louisville, has 
a 2) record and has permitted only two earned runs in two 
games ... Gus Zernial, being booed by Kansas City fans, 
would be acceptable to Chuck Dressen as the Nats’ left fielder, 
On the theory that Zernial could play left field with his bat. 


IN NEW YORK where the ranking of the centerfielders 
used to be (1) Willie Mays, (2) Duke Snider, (3) Mickey Mantle, 
it has now been rearranged to read Mantle, Snider, Mays... 
Casey Stengel’s answer to Lou Boudreau’s statement that 
Mantle could hit .400 if he bunted more often: “Why should 
Mantle do Boudreau any favors by bunting?” .. . Shelley Mann, 
the Walter Reed swimming team’s world record-breaker. is 
profiled in the current issue of Sport Magazine ... Top harness 
drivers like Del Miller and Billy Haughton are deserting the 
New York tracks because of autocratic regulations confining 
the drivers to restricted areas. They prefer the friendliness of 
Rosecroft . .. The injury to Ray Boone, their big RBI man. 
has been wrecking the Detroit Tigers apd could ultimately 
cost Bucky Harris his job . .. The betting in Detroit is that 
Spike Briggs, despite all his contention that the Tigers must 
be sold by the Briggs family, will wind up owning the team... . 
If Mickey Vernon keeps up his current pace, the Nats will 

~ discover on July 10. that they traded the American League All- 
Star first baseman to the Red Sox . 


D. C. Fans Recall Simmons 
For Popping Off, Fighting 


By Dave Brady 


Staff! Reporter 


, 
as 


One of the three Nats ever 
to hit more than 20 home runs 
Roy Sievers is high with 25— 
Simmons had an arrangement 
with Griffith which stipulated 
he would get a bonus if he 
batted in 100 runs. 

The great righthanded hitter 
batted 302 in ‘38, slammed 21 
homers to finish just one be- 
hind first baseman Zeke Bo- 
nura that year, but drove in 
only 95 runs in 125 games. 

Simmons was benched by 
Manager Bucky Harris near the 
end of the season and Al pro- 
tested to Griff that he was 
cheated of a chance to make the 
extra money. 


developed a case of “rabbit 
ears.” 

He finally walked from his 
position one day and argued 
with the fan. Griffith called in 
Simmons and told him he could 
not tolerate such behavior, con- 
tending that the fan pays for 
the right to razz players. 

Simmons had no peer in hold- 
ing hits down the baseline to 
singles because of the way he 
charged a ball, 
his quick hands and rapid get- 
away throw. 

But one day in 1931 he 
~t ; P begged out of the A's lineup 
Eimeelt as be resliond he wasiter his th cite’ eee 
veins and when a fan started/Simmons’ substitute dropped a 

ride Al game after game he /fly in the sun, Grove lost, 1-0, 
and Lefty never forgave Sim- 
mons. 

Ossie Bluege, now director of 
tee Nats’ farm clubs, once felt 
the sting of Simmons’ sharp 
tongue. th.téams then used 
to use the same entrance to 
dressing quarters @ Griffith 
Stadium. 

luege’s hit won for the Nats 
over the A’s Slim Harris, a 6 
foot, 6inch sidearmer. 

Both were in the runw 
when Simmons caught up wi 
pore 

un names for let- 
erpeenuse of what’ he de/ie "as Dando hitter, like 
scribed as “knee trouble and|*luese” beat him. — 
@ nervous condition.” (See oe Page C-7) 
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Tigers Hoeft 
Called in Draft 


DETROIT, May 26 (#*)—Billy 
Hoeft, Detroit Tiger left-hander, 
has been ordered to report for 
a pre-induction physical exam- 
ination. The 24-year-old Hoeft, 
rejected in 1951, must-report to 
Milwaukee June 18. 


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Stobbs First 
Pitcher to 
Go Route in 


17 Games. 


By Bob Addie 
Staff Reporter 

BOSTON, May 27—Still thriv- 
ing on a diet of Boston beans, 
‘the Nats again upset the red- 
\faced Red Sox this afternoon, 
#1, as chucking Chuck Stobbs 
'went all the way. 

A crowd of 10,753 saw Stobbs 
make it two in a row for the 
‘upstart Nats who aren't sup- 
_posed to beat the likes of the 
|Red Sox but now have done s0 
‘five out of six times. 
| The Nats are unbeaten in 
|three games uo here this year— 
last season they could win 
only two. 
| Stobbs threw an eight-hitter 
while the Nats collected nine 
off a trio of Boston pitchers 
including [ke Delock, Dave Sis- 
‘ler and Leo Kiely. 


| 
'Bullpen Gets Breather 


This was a pleasant and unex- 
| pected sight for manager Chuck 
|Dressen who, for the first time 
‘in 17 straight games, didn't 
Ihave to call on his bullpen 
Corps. 

It was Stobbs who pitched 
ithe last complete game for the 
Nats on May 5 when he threw 
a six-hitter at Chicago. Chuck 
‘has now squared his record at 
3-3 and is the only starting 
pitcher to. win three games for 
ithe Nats. Bob Chakales has 


| three victories but all of his 


* thave been in relief. 


| $Stobbs depended on fine sup- 
port but he had the Sox hitting 
into the ground all afternoon. 
‘Including the hits, Boston got 
only 13 balls out of the infield. 
|The only run for the Red Sox 
came when Ted Williams, pinch- 
ihitting for Kiely, smacked a 
grounder to Roy Sievers which 
‘was too hot to handle as Don 
| Buddin scored. 


| Paula Doubles 


Carlos Paula drove in two 
runs for the Nats while Clint 
/Courtney walked with the bases 
full and Pete Munnels got a 
run batted in on a foreceout 
| play. 

It was a scoreless battle un- 
‘til the fourth when the Nats 
\broke through for two runs. 
‘Sievers opened with a single 
and courtney doubled down 
the first baseline. Jim Lemon 
fanned but Paula came through 
with a long double over Jim 
Piersall’s head for two runs. 

The Nats made it 3-0 in the 
fifth Eddie Yost walked with 
one out and moved to third on 


See NATS, Page C3, Col. 1 


On 15 Hits 
Orioles Whip 
Yankees, 9-4 


| BALTIMORE, May 2 @ 
|The Baitimore Orioles stole the 
iNew York Yankee slugging 
‘thunder tonight to whip them 
'9-4 with consecutive first in- 
ining hcemers by Bob Nieman 
‘anu Gus Triandos signalling the 
joutburst of 15 hits. 

| The loss cut the Yankees’ 
lead to 3% games over Cleve- 
land whose game today at Chi- 
cago was postponed. 

Nieman, acquired last Mon- 
day in a trade from the White 
Sox, hit safely in his four times 
up and drove in as many runs 
to lead the Oriole attack. 


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His Attention to 
Indianapolis Race 


Walter Haight, racing edi- 
tor of The Washington Post 
and Times Herald, will at- 
tempt a change of pace this 
week. 

Haight will give up the 
horses for a few days while 
he “runs out to Indianapolis 
and becomes acquainted with 
the “Gasoline Gallop” of the 
500-mile Speedway classic. 

The automobile race will 
be run Wednesday. Haight 
will be on hand Tuesday for 
advance will. cover. 
the championship event and 

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BASEBALL 
RACING 
OUTDOORS 


Virginia 


Horse Wins 


SUNDAY, MAY 27, 1956 


TWO IN ONE—Porterhouse of Liangollen Farm near War- 
renton, Va., beats mighty Swaps to the wire by a nose in 
the final stride of the $109,800 Californian at Inglewood, 


Calif., yesterday. Only the head of Jockey Willie Shoe- 
maker and Swaps’ legs are visible behind the driving Porter- 
house, ridden by Ismae! Valenzuela. 


Californian 


In Photo 


INGLEWOOD, Calif.. May 
26 wW—Mighty Swaps went 
down to defeat today, beaten 
by Llangollen Farm’s Porter 
house in the final stride to the 
wire in the $109,800 Califor- 
nian. 

As a record Saturday crowd 
of 58,500 roared and then 
gasped in the dramatic windup, 
Jockey Ismael Valenzuela 
caught the heavy favored 
Swaps in the stretch and nipped 
him by a nose to take down the 
decision in a photo finish. 

Mister Gus, stablemate of 
Porterhouse, came in third and 
Bobby Brocato was battered 
back to fourth after a blazing 
early run with Swaps. 

It appeared that Swaps had 
the mile and sixteenth feature 
sewed up for the second 
straight year. But this superb 
jockey, Willie Shoemaker, 
either went to sleep or Swaps 
didn’t have it. 

In any event it was the 5- 
year-old brown-shaded Virginia 
horse on top at the windup, 
winner of $63,700 and the pres- 
tige of having whipped the 
great California champion. 

The time for the mile and 
sixteenth wag a fast 1:40 45, 
shy of the world record Swaps 
set in winning this same race 
last year in 1:40 2-5. 

Porterhouse returned his de- 
lirious backers $28.70, $5.80 and 
$3.90; Swaps paid $2.70 and 
$2.90. and Mister Gus, with 
Rogelio Trejos aboard, $3.90. 

The struggle, as expected, 
soon developed into an all out 
battle royal between Bobby 
Brocato, with Johnny Longden 


Associated Press Photo 


GW High 
Crew Captures 
National Title 


POUGHKEEPSIE, N. /Y., 
May 26 (*)—George Washing- 
ton High School of Alexan- 
dria, Va. won the featured 
eight-oared race of the 22d 
annual American Champion- 
ships of Schoolboy Rowing on 
the wind-swept Hudson River 
today. 

The Virginians covered the 
mile against a strong tide and 
brisk breeze to edge out Belle- 
ville and Nutley oarsmen from 
New Jersey in a blanket finish. 

The winners were timed in 5 
minutes 28.4 seconds. Belle- 
ville’s time was 5:28.7 while 
Nutley was clocked in 5:29. 

George Washington's margin! 
was about six feet while Belle-| 
ville oarsmen sqéred over their | 


arch rivals frut& Nutley by’ 
about half a leng nom - | 
Winners in the Stotesbury, 
Cup regatta at Philadelphia’ 


Crew Receives 


Pirates Defeat Phils, 6-2 


up ,and Swaps. No one paid any 
attention to the others until the 
run began in the stretch. 


W elcome Today 


George Washington High's 
national championship crew 
gets a big welcome home 
today, 9 a. m., at the Old 
Dominion Boat Club in Alex- 
andria, 

After capturing the na- 
tional titie yesterday at 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., the GW 


Long Sets Record With 


Seven Homers in 7 Games 


PHILADELPHIA, May 26 (*\—Thirty-year-old Dale Long, 
whom the Pittsburgh Pirates gave up on twice, established a 
major league record today of se 
‘secutive games as he led the Pitts 


Longden got Bobby Brocato, 
seeking his seventh stakes 
triumph of the year, off first, 
and by the time the field of - 
six had hit the clubhouse turn, 
Swaps, coming in from his out- 
side post position, closed in 
behind Bobby Brocato. 

Midway down the backstretch, 
at the far turn, it was still a 
ven home runs in seven con- throbbing, head-to-head bob- 


burgh Pirates to a 62 victoryiSee SWAPS, Page C-6, Col. 2 


over the Philadelphia Phillies. ° 
Long latched on to a record 
that through the years has 
‘eluded all of baseball's great 
'sluggers when he hit the first 
pitch served up by reliefer Ben | 
Flowers in the eighth inning 
over the huge right field, wall. 

It was the big first baseman’s 
13th homer of the season, tops 
in the National League. 

In Pittsburgh, Joe L. Brown, 
general manager of the Pirates, 
said tonight Long is going to) 
get a raise in salary as a re-' 
ward. 

Brown said the first base- 


Fabius Wins 
Jersey Stakes man’s current contract will be 
orn up when the team returns) 


‘it 
CAMDEN, N. J., May 26 ‘®\trom Philadelphia tomorrow, 
Fabius displayed the class of and replaced by one containing 
his famous daddy, Citation, to-.a “sizable” increase. He ex- 


day, when he pulled away from P/ained: | 
“Under league rules... we 


crew began the return trip by 
bus last night. A reception, 
complete with band music, 
will greet them this morning. 
George Washington is the 
only schoolboy crew in his- 
tory te win both the national 
championship and the Stotes- 
bury Cup in the same year. 


Hartack Aboard 


ONLY 3 MORE DAYS 


SPECIAL PURCHASES! 


CELEBRATING OUR 


last week, George Washington),i, geld near the top of the| 


lived up to its favorite’s role) etch and captured the $62,800 bonuses for exceptional play.| 


are not permitted to give 
here by taking the lead at the) ; | 
Jersey Stakes before a cheering| However, there is nothing to 


5th ANNIVERSARY 


halfway mark after the crews 
began to spread out. 

Belleville might have caught 
the leaders but the No. 6 oar on 
the shell broke in the last 20 
yards. 

Tailing, in order, were St. 
Joseph's Prep, Philadelphia; 
Notre Dame, Welland, Ontario; 
Mt. Carmel, Wyandotte, Mich.; 
and Linwel' Merriton, Ontario. 

Poughkeepsie’s junior four 


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with coxswain won over eight’ 
rivals while Roosevelt of Hyde 
Park, N. Y., bested eight other 
crews to win the senior four in 
a photo finish with LaSalle of 
Philadelphia. 

Other winners were: 

Peter McCusker, Blessed Sac- 


See ROWING, Page 7, Col. 3 | 


crowd of 36,583 at Garden State prevent us from writing a new) 
Park. lecontract, and that’s what we) 
The fleet brown colt from the) plan to do.” 

famed Calumet farm of Mrs.| Brown declined to say .how 
Gene Markey not only picked! much Long makes now, or what 
up 126 pounds to win the race|pe will be making under the 
engths over the appy ill} 

Farm’s surprising King Maker,|, 1%¢ slugging Pirate, pt 

id i " "i leads the league in batting an 

but he did it just as impressive-| batted-in as well as home 
ly as in 1948 when the great eos. began his sensational 
Citation won the Jersey. streak last Saturday. 


A week ago Fabius upset 
Needles in the Preakness, after| Manager Bobby Bragan co 
operated in Long's bid for the 


running second to that Florida 

colt in the Kentucky Derby. His/record book by moving him up 
smashing triumph in the Jersey |to third in the batting order so 
probably will make the Calumet/as to give him every possible 
flash the favorite for the|chance to hit one out of the 


See FABUIS, Page C4, Col. 6' See PIRATES, Page C4, Col. 4 


Washingto 
For Favorite 


Big league baseball fans | 
will be invited this year by 

The Washington Post and | 
Times Herald to cast ballots | 
for the annual All-Star game. | 


"Sample 


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Players in All-Star Game 


Voting will begin on June 1, 
next Friday. 

An official ballot will ap- 
pear daily on the sports pages | 
of this newspaper. 

The ballot may be filled 
out and mailed to this ad- 
dress: All-Star Game, care of 
The Washington Post and 
Times Herald, 1515 L street, 
nw., Washingten, D. C. 

The balloting will continue 
until. midnight, Friday, June 
22 


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players at eight positions in | 
each league. ) 
The managers of the All- | 
Star teams will select the | 
pitchers and the remainder of 
the squad. Each squad will be 


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and TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, May 27, 1956 


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NEW YORK. Ma 26 Ww 
Righthander Roger Craig set- 
tled down after a wild start to 
blank the Giants with three 
singles today while the Brook- 
lyn Dodgers whacked three 
homers for five runs in a 60 
rout of the New Yorkers. 


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rillo each clouted two-run 
homers and Randy Jackson hit 
his first of the year with the 
bases empty. The other Dodger 
run came in the fifth inning on 
Duke Snider's single scoring 
Furillo from second. 


The one-bagger stretched the | 


Duke's hitting streak to 16 
games, longest in the National 
League this season. 

Snider twisted his left knee| 
running out a grounder in the 
seventh inning and was re. 
piaced by Gino Cimoli. Jackie 
Robinson also hurt his left knee 
in the second inning when he 
overran first and went sprawi- 
ing to the ground. Randy Jack. 
son subbed for Jackie in the 
fourth. 

Jackson, 


Monzant's pitch into the upper 
left field stands. Amoros then) 
was walked and Furillo blasted! 
his fourth homer against the 
roof of the left field stands. 

Amoros smacked his third 
homer o the year off starter 
and loser Jim Hearn in the sec- 
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DETROIT, May 26 (‘#—Four 
straight hits by shortstop Har- 
vey Kuenn helped Detroit 
Tiger. southpaw Billy Hoeft 
survive a late Kansas City up- 
rising and Hoeft won his fourth 


game of the season, 12-6 today. | 
| Kuenn drove across three 
runs with two doubles and a 
pair of singles. 

The two clubs belted a dozen ' 
lextra base hits, with Earl Tor- 


-\geson and Ray Boone hitting! 


home runs for the Tigers and 
‘Hector Lopez and Gus Zernial 
‘homered for the losers. 

Hoeft restricted the A's to a 
‘pair of hits, including Lopez’ 


i'two-run homer in the first, until 


Dale Moran, 
Pony Win 


Twelve-year-old Dale Moran 
and her pony Bonnie didn’t 
have to travel far to win a 
championship yesterday. 

Riding beautifully, Dale won 
the large pony championship 
of the colorful Fox Den Pony 
and Junior Horse show at Dr. 
Robert Moran's estate near 
Potomac, Md. 

The Junior Championship 
was won by Jane Richmond on 
Edgewood with Maedic, owned | 
by Mrs. Thomas Wheeler and/ 
ridden by Patty Den, taking 
the reserve 

Other winners were Birth- 
day, ridden by Robin Hughes 
in the medium pony champion.- | 
ship and Nancy Gorrell riding’ 
her 22-year-old pony Thane of| 
Wales to the Small Pony cham- 
pionship 

The local Junior Champion- 
ship went to Misr, ridden by 
Sherolyn Brite with Shady 
Lady, Sylvia Ann Bogley rid-’ 
ing, taking the reserve. 


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‘other four runs. 


$338 Bowl Profit 
PHOENIX, Ariz. May 26 al? 
Officials of the Salad Bowl re 
vealed today that last year’s’ 
game made a total profit of) 
only $338.42. The annual post-| 
season game matches stars of|! 
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‘came behind Bill Renna’s pinch 
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Simpson and Jim Finigan and a 
triple by Johnny Groth scored 
the other two. 

Detroit grabbed the lead in 
the second inning off starter 


and loser Jack Crimian, scoring 


four times on four base hits 
and a walk. Boone’s home run. 
into the le t-field seats made 
it 52 in the sixth before the 
Bengals exploded against re- 
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Duke Means Only One Thing 
In Virginia Hunt Country 


By Mark Hannan 
Baseball followers may. have their Duke, the redoubtable 


Snider of Brooklyn, but-.folks dow 


in the Virginia horse 


country are unaware of any other duke except John S. Petti- 
bone’s big brown hunter, The Duke of Paeonian. 

Now four years old and a full 17.1 hands, The- Duke of 
Paeonian is well on his way of becoming the finest show 
hunter in America. With three championships and two re- 


| serves in his first five outings this year, The Duke is far ahead 


of his 1955 pace when he won 11 championships and four re- 
serve titles and was named the Virginia Green Hunter Cham- 


pion of the year. 


The American Horse Show Association ranked him first 


among the three-year-old °* 
Green Hunters and placed 
him third on the Associa- 
tion’s High Score Award for 
Green Hunters of all ages. 

High point of The Duke's 
three-year-old showings was 
the Green Hunter champion- 
ship in the Madison Square 
Garden show last fall: 

The Pettibone stable, 
known as Homewood Farm 
near Middleburg, also lists 
some other fine show horses. 
One of Mr. Pettibone’s fav- 
orites is Hapgood, by Grand 
Union out of Gloria. Hapgood 
showed 14 times as a yearling 
and won 12 firsts and two 
thirds including the Grand 
Championship of the Upper- 
ville yearling show. 

So far this season, Hapgood 
has won blue ribbons in al! 
three starts as a two-year-old. 

Another popular Pettibone 
horse is Gallery Lad by Gal- 
erius out of Miss Booneville, 
who won the Virginia High 
Score ,.Award for two-vear- 
olds in 1955. 


WASHINGTON builder 
Randolph Rouse entered the 
winners circle for the first 
time as an owner when Rica- 
cho won the Gloucester-Fox- 
Hunetrs plate in the recent 
Rose Tree race meeting at 
Media, Pa. 

The six-year-old bay geld- 
ing, making his first start 
since an ill-fated fifth jump 
in the Virginia Gold Cup, led 
all the way in the three-mile, 


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Salome, owned by George T- 
Weymouth of Wilmington, 
Del. 


Another area horse which 


has shown to good advantage 
in the Pennsylvania races is 
Mrs. A. J. Smithwick's Crag. 
The 86-year-old black gelding 
won both at the Rose Tree 
races and at Radnor. Crag’s 
success is strietly a family 
affair with Mrs. Smithwick’'s 
sons, D. M. “Mike” doing the 
training and A. P. “Paddy” 
the riding. 


A handsome 7-year old bay 
mare with the: musical name 
of Gillian is quietly ‘munch 
ing hay on the lovely Vir- 
ginia estate of Kilkenny, 
Capt. and Mrs. J. L. B. Bent- 
ley'’s showplace at Orlean, 
Va.. near Warrenton. 

Undisputed heroine among 
Virginia horses off her vic- 
tory in the famed Gold Cup, 
Gillian has been retired from 
the racing circuit and will be 
used for breeding purposes. 


THE AMERICAN Eques- 
trian team is making a good 
showing in the warmups for 
the coming Olympic Games 
in Stockholm in early June. 
Capt. William Steinkraus has 
led the Untied States team 
to several strong showings 
while Hugh Wiley of Towson, 
Md., has ridden well. 

Three women will be in- 
cluded in the British team for 
the first time in Olympic his- 
tory. Pat Smythe, a twenty- 
five vear old brunette will 
ride on the jumping team, 
defending the tithe won in 
the 1952 games. The other 
two ladies are 53-year old 
Mrs. James Johnstone and 
60-year old Mrs. Vivian Wil- 
liams who will represent the 
crown in the Dressage events. 


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| MILWAUKEE, May w Kansas City. 13 
The M Iwaukee Braves, held) YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 
titless “by three Cincir.nati ee snr 4; Boston, 1. 
7 ate 2/2 innings. finally eveland at Chicago, rain. 
urlers fo, 92/3 ——S fina , Detroit, 12; Kansas City, 6. 
pulle¢ out a 2-1 decision in! Raitimore, 9: New York. 4. 
the llth inning today to cling to TODAY'S GAMES 
the National League lead. WASHINGTON at Boston (2) 
| Frank Torre singled Hank —Clevenger (0-0) and Pascual 
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‘Redlegs, had tied the score in Cleveland at Chicago (2)— 
the nintl.. Wynn (4-2) and Score (5-3) vs. 
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{without a hit. Ditmar (3-3) and Herriage (1-2) 
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second without @ hit. | Brooklyn, 6: New York. 0. 

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Torre singled him Milwaukee, 2; Cincinnati, 1 
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TOMAY’S GAMES 


Pittsburgh at Philadelphia 
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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


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Sunday, May 27, 1956 


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BOSTON, May 26.—Many of the Nats thought the club 
should have flown them from Kansas City to Boston 
instead of subjecting them to some 34 hours on the train 
. apparently, Calvin Griffith is no fonder of flying 
. the Nats could have flown to 


than his late uncle. . 
Boston in 5% hours. 


Bucky Harris must be pleased for doing an old friend, Walt 


Masterson, a favor by hiring the 35- | 


year-old pitcher who is making a 
comeback after two years on the re- 
tired list . . . Masterson has pitched 
fine ball in relief. 

Whatever happened to that school 
of thought which said that Mickey 
Mantle was only the third best center- 
fielder and hitter in New York behind 
Brookfyn’s Duke Snider and the 
Giants’ Willie Mays? 


It’s a mutual love affair between 
Mike Higgins, the Red Sox manager, 
and the reporters who cover the Bo&- 
ton club... The writers tossed, the 
manager an elaborate birthday party the other-evening and 
Higgins reciprocated by saying the Boston boys were the best 
repotters in the business. 


Addie 


Bob Porterfield has had a recurrence of the trouble which 
plagued him in Washington... In cold weather, his pitching 
hand becomes numb and he loses the feel of the ball. 


THE BOSTON CELTICS, Red Auerbach’'s pro basketball 
team, are reported to have the inside track on Bill Russell, 
the 6-10 star of the University of San Francisco . . . However, 
the Celtics don’t dare negotiate with Russell because he’s an 
Olympic prospect and even receiving a pro offer would get 
him hanged, drawn and quartered by the AAU. 


Most baseball scouts now say that Pittsburgh's Bob Friend 
has replaced the Phils’ Robin Roberts as the best pitcher in 
baseball .. . there seems to be little argument on that one 
this year, but Friend, who has been with Pittsburgh since 
1951, has never won more than 14 games in a season, a trick 
he accomplished last year . . . the Pirates have been in the 
cellar four of the five years Friend has been with the club. 


Roberts has been a 20-game winner for six straight years 
and only once in those six seasons (1951) did the Phillies 


finish in the second division. 


Chuck Dressen is among those who think hitters get little 
benefit from batting practice .. .“The batting practice need 
is to face game conditions with a pitcher trying to fool him. 
The hitters always want to look good in batting practice. 
What about the pitchers? They have pride, too.” 


record. isn’t selected by Casey Stengel for the All-Star game 
_ Chakales has been the most effective reliefer in the 
majors except for one bad inning against Detroit. 


Chicago fans are up in arms over the trading of George 
Kell of Baltimore . . . Oddly, the same thing occurred when 
Kell left Philadelphia, Detroit and Boston . . . those who 
originally liked the White Sox now say they'll be lucky to 
finish in the first division without Kell. 


The Redskins’ games, which have been televiséd and broad- 
cast in the Boston area for several years, will be replaced by 
the Giants this fall... Two Redskins games, however, will be 
carried in the New England area. 


The Detroit Lions, incidentally, have joined in the bidding 
for the Tigers’ baseball club . . . However, the Lions want to 
buy the franchise only and coax the city of Detroit into buy- 
ing Briggs Stadium as a recreational center... 
taxes will be much less. 


ANOTHER REASON Ted Williams won't retire, according 
to the second-guessers, is that he is about to sell his [ife 
story to the movies and the sale price would be affected by a 
decision to quit. 


Eddie Yost was breaking in a brand new glove up here 
when Jim Piersall, Boston centerfielder, came over to watch 
... “Where did you get that thing?” Piersall asked innocent- 
ly. “At the corner drugstore with a load of coupons?” 


NATS—From Page C-I 


Nats Win Again, 4-1 


din singled with one out and 
Sammy White walked. Williams 
drew a roar when he came up 
to bat for Kiely and Ted obliged 
with a vicious smash which spun 
Sievers around. 

y lost the ball temporarily 
while Buddin kept coming on 
from third base. Billy Goodman 
grounded into a double play to 
end that threat. 

Dick Gernert doubled with 
two out in the eighth but Jack- 
Jensen, trying to check his 
swing, grounded harmlessly to 
Runnels for the third out. 

Buddin singled with 
away in the ninth but was 
forced by pinchbatter Pete 
Daley for the final out after 
White had flied to Lemon. 


SIDEBARS—Billy Klaus, a 
leading candidate for rookie 
of the year hordrs last sea- 


Whitey Herzog’s single to right. | 
Runnels forced Herzog as yost 
scored. 

With Sisler in the box in the 
seventh, the Nats had the bases 
full and nobody out but had to 
be content with only one run. 
Stobbs opened with a single 
and Yost walked. Herzog bunt- 
ed to Sisler whose throw to 
Harry Malzone at third was too 
late to get Stobbs. 


Runnels, Sievers Strike Out 


Sisler drew twin ovations 
from the crowd when he fanned 
both Runnels and Sievers. The 
rookie pitcher got a 3-2 count 
on Courtney and then threw a 
high one to walk Clint and 
force in Stobbs. Lemon popped 
up. And it was 4-0. 

Stobbs got into his only real. 
jam in the Boston seventh. Bud- 


one 


ng * me break into the Bos- 
; ton line-up this year... but 
; The Nats his replacement, Don Buddin, 
‘ee is hitting a little over .200 
B S ... Runnels made a tumbling 
OX core catch of Vernon's pop fly in 
the sixth and was shaken up 
WASHINGTON ABR HED O AE . it looked like a Texas 
Decoon” obcit 1 62 @ 3 @ @ League double ... The Nats 
Bansels, 30 -°? 2 3 + 7 | are loaded with upcoming 
Courtney. t+ 1 t 4 1 @ 8) double-headers there's 
a 3 @ | 2 3 @ # One here Sunday; one in New 
ween. of 1 3%3 3 2.8 York Wednesday and one 
Biobbs. p * i t © 1 2 ® each for the Sundays at home 
Totals 334 9 42713 @| On June 3 and June 10... 
BOSTON ab ke urnwo 4 £ After that comes a_twi- 
Goodman, 20 ----~ 3 6 6 6 3 6 Righter at Griffith Stadium 
Forme ‘Tb ...055 8 @ @ @12 3 @| June 11 with Kansas City ... 
Jensen rt, e } Leese o Stebbe proved he could 
‘iersall, ¢ ° 2 throw right handed, too... 
White. + f H a . ‘ ° He retrieved a foul ball and 
oe 1 § ® © © © 6) threw it to the ball boy right- 
Williams’ oie te ey Se ; 0 ; 4 handed ' 
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David Allentuck, 87—167—71 
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Army Upsets 
Navy, 8 to 5, 


In Lacrosse 


WES® POINT, N. Y., May 


26—Army pulled one of the 
jlacrosse season's big upsets by 
defeating heavily favored Navy, Nayy, 711% 
IT WILL BE a shame if Bob Chakales, on his present relief 8 to 5, before 5000 fans today. 

Playing their best game of army 4 
the season, the Cadets surprised 


across the finish line with all eight feet off the ground in 
the 100-yard dash of the dual meet between Army and Navy 
at Annapolis yesterday. Joe Harrison (left) of Navy wins 


Army, Navy 
Scoreboard 
Navy engaged Army in, five 


sports yesterday. Here is 
what happened: 


At Annapolis: 


BASEBALL 
Navy, 7.... 


..Navy, 3 


by taking a 2 to 0 lead in the At West Point: 


first period. 


After falling behind 3 to 2 at 


the half, the Cadets got three 


goals in the third and fourth 


periods to stay ahead. 

Perry Smith and Captain 
John Higgins‘ led Army with 
two goals apiece 


place of the injured Frank 
|Dugan, led Navy with three 
ard two. 

Army's defense stood out. 
Stan Smith, Bill Yates and 
Ben Glyphis kept the pressure 
on the Middies’ attack through- 


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By Charles De] Vecchio, Staff Photocrapher 


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Sweep in Hurdles Gives | 


N avy Victory Over Army 


ANNAPOLIS, Md., May 26 (‘#®—Navy’s low hurdles team broke 


open a tight track and field meet with arch rival Army today 
_,. Army, 4 and the Middies took a 71%-59% victory. 
The Tar hurdles team swept the 220-yard event for nine points ner 
Army, 59% when Navy needed only four to assure victory with hurdles 
Army won the relay. 2 . 


and the mile relay the only contests left. 
Otherwise, the big heroes for* 


the Middies were Walt Meukow, S Kennedy ine 6 tel tie, 


LACROSSE who took the mile and the 880- go Oy 
Army, TENNIS avy, 5 yard runs; Joe Harrison, who 23 feet, 308, Inches. f. andy” Teague 
y i P' won both the broad jump and e) Gs. s. . é a e n, rmy. 
As ss calle Boden Army, 1 HIGH JUMP — 1, Harper Keeler 
’ the 100-yard dash, and Tim AN army, & feet 2% inches. 2. Larry Kauf. 


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Wisconsin 
Turns Back 
Navy Crew 


MADISON, Wis., May 26 


following a four week layoff Wisconsin’s varsity crew over- 


chest. 


| The victory gave Army a Quarters of a length 6n a mile), 


4 


that way, idue to a torn cartilage in his came a full-length handicap to 


win over Navy today by three 


6 to 4 record for the season.\and three quarter course in a 


Navy finished with 7 and 3. 


NAVY P os. ARMY 
Eley F G . Riggan 
Warren D Smith 
Brandenburg D 
Britten D 
Beasie M Schrag 
Jehnste M 
Blanchard M 
ss A Se ar 
arter A . Snedgrass 
Heyward A 
ARMY : " s 
NAVY 0 5 0 —. 
Seering: Navy — Harbeold. Mullins. 
Smith (2). Higgins (2). Valence. Beu- 
dreau. Navy arter (3). Bases (7). 
Substitates: Army-—Amilens, Harver 
Winkel. Jehneon. | alinowski, Wiegner 


ten. Navy—! vingston. Rebinsen, Jahn. 
MeKente, Geldstein, Dickerson, 


Nats Sign Heise, 
West Virginia’s 
Pitching Star 


The Nats yesterday signed 
Jim Heise, 23-year-old right- 
hander from the University of 
West Virginia, and assigned 
him to their Class B, Hobbs, 
N. M., farm club of the Long- 
horn *League. 

Heise received a “substantial 
bonus,” the Nats announced. 
Six other major league clubs 
also were bidding for him. 

Heise had a 7-2 record at 
West Virginia this season. The 
6-foot 185-pounder from Scotts- 
dale, Pa., compiled a 27-10 rec- 
ord in four years at West Vir- 
ginia. Nats’ scouts call him the 
best prospect at area colleges. 


Col. Hallagan Makes 
Fourth Hole-in-One 
| Col. Fred W. Hallagan scored 


his fourth hole-in-one yesterday | 

on the 160-yard No. 8 hole at HOLID 
Army Navy. He used a five-iron. | 
Col. Hallagan was playing 
‘with Col. Warford, Gen. E. Me- 


|Ginley and Capt. H. W. Gordon. 


close race on Lake- Monedota. | d 


Wisconsin’s time was 9:02; 


SHOT 
! Navy's 9:03.3; in good surface $i feet 
*: +. ¢,¥ates conditions. 


Navy, with a long sweep of 


a three-quarter length at the 


Smith first half mile and increased 
$—* the lead to a full length at the 


three-quarter mile mark. 


At this point, both crews hit ; 
. water with a slight side wave 
"+ and Wisconsin's shorter stroke 


enabled them to pull even at 


‘| the mile buoy. 


Wisconsin pulled to a full 
length fead with a half mile to 
go and despite Navy's frantic 
last ditch 40 bat, the flag went 


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down on the Badgers with a 
three-quarter length margin. 
The win gave the Badgers a 
2-1 margin over the Middies 
in the all-time series, Navy 
winning in 1949 and Wisconsin 
in 1952. It was Wisconsin’s first 
victory in three starts this 
season. 
BOATINGS: Na 
G. 0. Audilet, Ne. 
. a & 8 e 
Ne. &: M. R. 
Ceker. Ne. 7: J. L. 
Fester Smith, Coxswain, 


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vy—W ; 
z. R. L. Fererick, Ne. 


4; 


Columbia Girls Win 


Columbia Girls Club’s softball 
team defeated the Washington 
Gas Light Company’s men’s 
team at Chesapeake Beach 13- 
3. The game was a feature at the 
Board of Trade’s 60th annual 
outing. 


m. Navy. 6. ‘1. Timm 
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derson, who won both the hur- oan Thetin. Army. 5-10 «ti 
tan a. erm. 
‘ waar 


dles events. PO or Fe J, 

In addition to the 220 hurdles, yk wy EES Navy. 7. Otis Stud- 
the Tars swept the shot put Gare. Army. 3. Dick Muncer, Army. 
and Army swept the discus. Pa = 

The victory left Navy with its Beard. Navy 15.0. 
second victory in five dual poser. Army 2% T 
meets this season. It was the **4$3- 


Andersen, 
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arte é ing. Army. 


Andersen. 
3. Perey 
Navy. . Ed De- 
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fourth loss in six meets for ver, Army. 3, 0's . oy. 88.3. oe 
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Arm 198 . & Lee Barisane. 
*. 3 Den Alser, Navy, 

Darreld Erickson. Army. 
inches. ¢, Be remer, 


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4:23.2 in the mile victory and Mater 


Harrison took the 100-yard dash Army 14h-40a: 3, Seett, Army. 139-9. 


in an even 10 seconds. TWO-MILE BUN—1." Jerome Lewis. 
Meukow lost a 10-yard lead mille, Armes: bot age pasate 
the third leg of the mile re- Navy, Dave Navy. Mike 
lay which his team finally Keating. Army, (three-way tie). 12 feet 
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Navy, fourth. The time for the event was 10 seconds fiat. | : 


Cadets Held 
To Double, 
Home Run 


ANNAPOLIS, Md., May 26 \. 
Navy spurted into a four-run 
lead in the first inning today 
against arch rival Army and 


iwent on to a 74 victOry. 


Pitchers Dick Smith and Ben 
Montoya made up for some 
wildness by holding the Cadets 
to two hits—a home run and a 
double back-to-back off Mon. 
toya in the sixth. Each issued 
five walks. 

Ten Navy batters went to the 
plate in the first inning after 
Army went out in order. 

Joe Neary opened with a 
blooper Ait. over shortstop 
and Larry Magner followed 
with a slash through short.' 
Neary scored on a wild pitch 


- by Cadet pitcher Bill Shepherd, 


after Dick Snyder beat out a 
bunt to load the bases. 

Dave Smaliey walked to load 
the bases again, but Magner 
was out on a force at home 
Andy Massimino hit into a 
force at second, scoring Snyder 
and Vic Eaton got a hit to 
score Smalley. Smith walked 
to force in Massimino before 
Shepherd got the side out. 

Each team has 44 record in 
the Eastern League and Navy's 


over-al. mark is 13-7-1, Army’s 
8-10. | 
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ABHOA ABHOA 
Conrad.2b 4012 Neary.cf 521 0) 
bDMacLeod 1000 Magner.ss 5 2 6 $) 
Marreilia.cf 2020 GSnyder.lib 31 6 1) 
cKirtiey 1000 Smailley.l 4i2°0 
Cygler,3b 4015 Stewart.rf 61406 
|Chesn'k's.lf 3 020 Mas'm'o.2b 410 2 
Butier.c 2071 Welsh.3d 3000; 
Conner.rf 2000 Eaton. 4270) 
aMead.r 0000 Smith.p eaei 
Cody.ss 3120 Montoya.p 2 i 2) 
Durkin.ib 419 0 
Shepherd.p 2006 
Totals 2822414 Totals 35 102 lo 
aGrounded out for Conner in 7th. : 
bPliied out for Conrad in S9th 
cPiied out for Marrelia in 9th 


Army ool O82 100-4 
Navy 410 OO1 10x—7 ) 
R—C ygler Butler Neary. Magner,.} 
Snyder 2. Smalley. Massimino, Welsh ' 
E——Cody 4 Cygier, Smalley Butler 
RBI—Massin ) Eaton 2 Smithe 
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Cornell Crew 
Defeats Penn 
By 242 Lengths 
ITHACA, N. ¥., May 26 wi 
Cornell's champion varsity crew 


stroked to a decisive 2\-length 
victory over in 


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Association championships at 
Syracuse June 16 
The veteran Cornell eight,) 


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trailed the Quakers at the mile| 
mark of the 21/3-mile journey} 
on Cayuga Lake. 

Rowing steadily and getting 
plenty of run with a low beat of 
29-and 30 to Penn's 32, Cornell 
opened water between the two 
shells at the two-mile mark and 


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was timed in 11:45 to Penn's! 
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Has $311.60 
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Jack Walsh 


a” Renorter 


Taking a breather between a 
“ orld : 
holiday card of 
croft staged an ordinary 
of harness racing last night be 
fore 7856 

Trotter Miss Juliette 
second division of the featured 
District of Columbia in 2.07 2/5 

That was almost a second 
faster than the winning time by 
Titus Hanover in the first divi. 
sion. 

Most excitement was stirred 
when Sheridan Hanover and 
Perky Madge accounted for a 
$311.60 daily double. 

OFF-THE-PACE 
ble to get “cute 
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man, 9. led the 
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assisting her father, Marshal H 
Roland Hartman ‘ sc an 
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about waiter No. 7 


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fof WWDC). Police Capt 
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be difficult, too. 


Banneker 


Wins Tennis 


Banneker routed Turkey 
Thicket, 5-1, yesterday at Ban 


neker and gained first place in Lyai 


the Public Paks ASSo- 
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Elton King 
Thaler, 6—3, 7 
singles match and 
dewned Err.ie Kientz. 6—2 
in the No. 2 singles match 

Perry Handy and Ernie In 


[Tennis 


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Edgar Lee 


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IN WILLIE’S EYE—Trainer Frank Bowmnian 
of the Giants examines Willie Mays’ right 
eye after he was hit by a thrown ball in 


practice before yesterday's 


game with by 6-0. 


Brooklyn at the Pole Grounds. 
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Minnesota Wins Title 


BLOOMINGTON, Ind., May 26 
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The Minors 


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| $100,000 Belmont Stakes in New 
Club Tennis 'r!Sce's 

It requiged a peek at the 
photo finish to decide that 
| Donna Floyd, pretty 15-year- Eacosr Boy, owned by C. V. 
‘old junior at Wakefield High. Whitney, had lost second money 
iof Arlington, yesterday peryof $10,000 to King Maker. 
| haps inaugurated a new era in|Career Boy, making his 
‘area women’s tennis. start since he ran sixth in the 
| Donna defeated No. 1 seed-|Derby, managed to save third 
led ‘Ann Gray, 6—3, 6—4, for| money by a head over Mrs. Wal-' 
the singles championship of lace Gilroy's Oh Johnny, recent 
| the annual Women’s Interclub winner of the Withers Stakes at 
‘tennis tournament at Congres-' Jamaica. 
sional. Willie Hartack gave Fabius 

The amazing victory wasjanother. excellent ride, as he 
Donna's first over Mrs. Gray'stayed in fourth place, just off 
who has dominated area wom- the early pace of Dixie McKin- 
en’s tennis most of the time jey’s Mr. Patrick, Brookmeade 
since she won her first title Stable’s Lawiess and King 
here in 1942. | Maker. 

The upset took about an) Then Fabius showed who was 
hour and 15 minutes, Donna’s' the boss, With less than a quar- 
hard: hit line shots, effective) iter of a mile to go, and as he 
drops and good short shots turned into the top of the home 
combined with Mrs. Gray's un-|stretch, Fabius got a couple of 
usual amount of errors pro-|whacks from Hartack’s whip. 
vided the margin of victory. | He led by a head, then a neck, 

“I consider myself lucky,”|then a length and those in the 
said Donna who had met Mrs.| yelping throng who had backed 
Gray in two tourneys in the| him down to odds-on at the mu- 
last three years and lost both|tuel windows had nothing to) 
times in straight sets. worry about. 

Mrs. Gray, who said her own| Oh Johny was feurth, by a 
play was “miserable,” compli-|nose over the Elmendorf 
mented Donna’s improved play.| Farm's Bill’s Sky Boy, and right} 
“Donna is going to cause a lot/behind in order were Mr. Pat.-| 
of trouble in the ladies’ ranks,”!rick. Joe W. Brown's Lucius’ 
said Mrs. Gray. Beebe, Lawless, Mrs. J. R. H.! 

Donna, who defeated Wash-|Thouron’s Happy New Year. 
ington’s No. 2 ranking player,|and the Companas Stable’s 
‘Charlotte Decker, in the semi-| Besomer. 


fess “cide, teeter 

girls’ championship. Jo Chatelain 
Wins With 
Swamp Girl 


The tournament victory 
|marked Donna's fourth aaoten 

Miss Jo Chatelain gave a 
beautiful exhibition of equita- 


championship in four tourneys, 

this yéar. Donna, who ranks! 
| No. 3 among area women, plans | 

ition on Swamp Girl to win the 

¢ Advanced championship of the 

annual Pegasus Stable Student 

Show at the Meadowbrook show 


to try for the U. S. 18-and- under | 
iby defeating Nancy Corse and|™8 yesterday. 
Miss Jennings, of Charlottes- 


girls title this summer and will 
enter the U. S. women’s tourney | 
if she is eligible. 
The No. 1 seeded team o 
Donna, 2—6, 6—3, 6—1. | A large crowd was on hand to 
Bob Alden W4tch as Miss Chatelain, a stu- 
dent at Holton-Arms, make a 
fine round in the last glass to 
Results 
COLLEGE BASEBAL. | 


Mrs. Gray and Miss Decker 
won the doubles championship 
edge Penny Jennings ‘Tor the 
title. 
Wesleran 
Meldelbers 
, Leh ish 


t ville, Va, and a student at 
6;'Mount Vernon Junior Semi- 

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Amer. International 


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Leckbourne 7 F RB 


Marietta 13 
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Finsterwald Zooms Into Dallas Golf Lead, 66-200 
Pitches and Putts! Area Golf __ | Bish Schoo! Mite 
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THE WASHINGTON POST 
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| For Reeves’ Share of Rams Womeni’s Golf Clinic 
Don January | 


P 0 ff Milli ‘Scheduled Friday 
artners U: 

ne er I on the -Middle Atlantic PGA, and 

the Nation section for girls and 

LOS ANGELES, May 26 (falling out last December. The women’s sports, will be held at 

Sportsman Dan Reeves saidother three contended that East Potomac Friday, June 1, 
today that he has received a| Reeves was too busy with his at 8 p. m. 

onc-milliondollar offer for his'brokerage business to give full Jerry Long, pro-manager at 

share in the Los Angeles Rams'time to running the Rams as East Potomac, will conduct the 


pro football team. president. clinic. 
The offer came from his'.. 


A golf clinic, sponsored by 


Bowers, . 17-year-old 

Sterling High School sen- 
to shoo away teen-age caddies without work permits... 
Rather than submit to medical examinations and the trouble 


‘ - 
Trails by 
ior, has set a new national 
One Stroke | Baten om: .. of obtaining the permits, most of the 
ees, pamee ~ youngsters are quitting their profitable 


| eo aM and healthy envirofment to go back to 


prep mile run record of 
4:16.1 in the North Central 
Hilinois high school track 
meet. 

This bettered the 4:19.2 


ee ee — > wy 


Fi 


(P— Dow 
rising 


DALLAS, May 235 
nsterwald, fastest 


young man in golf, ripped off 


4under-par 66 today to rush) | 


past Texan Don January into! 


th 


e lead at 54 holes in the $30, 


000 Dallas Centennial Open. 


Finsterwald, the Bedfor qd, 


Heights, Ohio, 26-year-old who! 


winner, quickly overtook the 


fa 


the game’s leading money’ 


ltering January, who started 


the day leading by three strokes 
with 131 for 36 holes. | 


6.216yard Preston 


Doughty Dow burned up the 
Hollow 


course for a @under-par 31 on 


th 


e front nine, then eased in 


with par 35 on the second. 


His 200 put him in solid 


shape for the $6000 first money 


in 


70 


the final 18 holes tomorrow. 
January limped in with a par 
for 201. In third. place was 


Doug Ford of Mahopac, N. Y.., 
who whipped out a 67 today to 
make his total 202. 


Finsterwald,. who has rolled 


up $13,561.85 this year in golf 
earnings and has won one tour- 
nament—the St. Louis Open— 
Was putting like a demon in his 


bi 


d for the first place spot held 


» by January for two days. 


in 


He missed an eagle by three 
ches on the 12th hole or he 


would have been able to start 
the final round with a 2-stroke 
lead. 


at 


putted for a bogey. 


Finsterwald ran into trouble 
the 10th hole when he three- 
But he 


nailed his second shot from 40 
yards out to within inches of the| 
a on 12. He missed the eagle} 

ut got his birdie and he was! 


off and running again. 


He rammed down a 12-footer 


on 16 for a birdie, missed the 
green on 17 and then when he 
got on flubbed an 8-footer and | 
took a bogey, but he sank an/! 


id 


bird 


fa 
ta 


entical putt on 18 for another 
ie. 

Ben Hogan, the hometown 
vorite, shot a 71 for a 208 to- 
1 to tie with Art Wall Jr. and 


Peter Thomson. 


w Finsterwald. Obie . 


1. a. 
Barber Callf. 


Jack Burke. \ ¥ 


tr. a. 69 73 
omeon. Australia 70 6 
ean. Tes....., 71 66 


Billy West Takes 
24-Hole Lead 
For Winslow Cu p 


am 
Billy West took advantage 


| 


| running the streets ... Conspicuously | 
displayed this week about the premises | 


+ of Troon during the British Amateur, 


will be the reminder: “It is earnestly 
hoped that no occasion to warn players 


against slow play will arise during the 


' English Amateur championship, and 


the championship committee requests 
all competitors to play without undo 
delay.” ... The Maryland State Golf 
Association warns that its entry list 
for the June 7-10 state Amateur cham- 
pionship at Baltimore's Elkridge club 
closes this coming Friday at 1 p. m. 


Fitzgerald 


.. . Baltimore’s Mt. Pleasant course, 
scene of the June 1 National Open 


qualifying trials for this section, and the $19,000 Eastern 
Open, July 26-29, will be in sorry shape for both events unless 


the heavens open up with some rain . 


. » Golfdom’s young 


guard has removed the big names from the top of the current 


list of PGA money winners 


... Dow Finsterwald has re- | 


placed Cary Middlecoff with 
earnings of ‘$13,561.85... 
Mike Souchak is second in 
the latest ratings with $12,- 
859.43. while Middlecoff has 
skidded to sixth with $10,- 


oe----- -- 


886.67 ... The reformed Ten- | 


nessee dentist, 
tains his lead 
Vardon Trophy and Ryder 


however, re- | 
in both the | 


Cup point races ... He leads | 


the Vardon with 2407 strokes | 
|... The greensmen are ex- 


over 34 rounds for a 70.49 


average and heads the Ryder | 


Cup aspirants with 275 points, 
812 points ahead of second- 
place Ted Kroll. 


JANE NELSON, the Peoria 
(1lL) schoolmarm who was 
runner-up in last year’s wom- 
en's National Amateur, sailed 
yesterday for England with 


the U. S. Curtis Cup team | @ pro to make a living?” ... 


... Miss Nelson spent all of 


| last week here at Kenwood 


studying low wind shots 
under the tutelage of her old 
coach, George Diffenbaugh 
.. + When she left Thursday 
to go to New York, Jane 


carried with her, not only the |° 


veteran Kenwood pro’s bless- 
ings, but his pet putter as 
well . . . Miss Nelson said 
she would play in eight for- 


| eign countries in exhibition 


| matches 


with Barbara Ro- 


so2| mack, former U. S. amateur 
203| champion, as well as the Cur- 
—20| tis Cup matches and British 


and French 


pionship ... Al Houghton, 


| Prince Georges professional, 
| is sporting a new fiery red 


| pasted o nthe hankie pocket | 


coat with the insignia of an 
official of the National PGA 


... The coat is his badge as a 


| vice president to be worn at 


of soaring scores yesterday at! 
Columbia Country Club to fire 
an 81 and take the 54-hole lead 


in 


the annual 72-hole Winslow | 


Cup tournament. 
Don Jones had an 80 and’ 
pulled into second place with 


237. Other low 


scorers were: 


John Hardy, 83-240; Buddy 
Bowie, 83-241; Ray Swearingen, 
81-24); Ed Hickey, 83-245; Dick 
Milbourne, 85-247. | 
A. J. Hunt canned an # iron 
shot on the 139-yard 16th hole 
for a hole-in-one. 


the National PGA champion- 
ship, July 20-24 at Caton, 
Mass. 


BEAUMONT (Tex.) re. 


cently paid tribute to its 
most gallant and famous ath- 
lete dy naming a new 
street in the city’s Tyrrell 
Park—Babe Zaharias Drive 
. . . Mrs, Betty P. Meckley, 
former U.S. senior champion, 
has been hospitalized with a 
broken kneecap and lil 
stitches over her eye suffered 
in an automobile accident 
.. Gen. Floyd L. Parks tells 
a funny story about his 
unique family ladder . . 


General Parks built a rack | 


. » » Pop got his stall back 
when Bill left for school but 
16-year-old Manly issued a 
challenge last week 
again Pop had to move his 
clubs. 


MANOR COUNTRY CLUB 
will be the scene of the 
next (June 5) meeting of the 
Mid-Atlantic Association of 
Golf Course Superintendents 


pected to examine the Nor- 


| beck, Md., course and sub- 
| mit a constructive suggestion 


amateur cham- | 


report ...Gene Pittman went 
into Wiffy Cox's golf shop 
at Congressional the other 
day complaining that a solu- 
tion used on the greens was 
dyeing his golf balls green 
.. . To which Mr. Cox re- 
plied, “How do you expect 


Bill Werber, former big 
league baseball star, hit one 
so far on the first hole at 
Columbia the other day that 
he had only a wedge pitch to 
the green on the 37l-yarder 
.. Werber, playing with Lt. 
Miller Barber, former Ar- 
kansas amateur champion 


and a cousin to famed pro | 
| Jerry Barber, Henry Burch 
| and Ray Swaringen, knocked 


his wedge shot into the cup 
for an eagle two’... Some 


of the local professionals are | 
| wondering, 
O'Donnell has become pro at | 
| Mt. 


now that 
Pleasant in Baltimore, 
if he'll change his stand on 
the “Chinese Closed” as the 


Virginia State Open is laugh- | 


ingly called by the section's 
pros ... O'Donnell, who used 
to ply his trade in Norfolk, 
insisted that only Virginians 


be allowed to play in the | 


tournament ... Goose Creek 
Country Club inaugurates a 
John Ross Memorial tourna- 
ment on May 30... John 
Ross, who died last Memorial 


Day, was a member of the | 
club Board of Directors and | 
course superintendent ...He | 
also was a former All-Amer- | 


ica basketball star... Johnny 


Eisinger, Kenwood and Con- | 


and | 


John | 


for the mile set a few hours 
earlier yesterday in St. 
Louis by Ron Gregory, 18 
year-old senior of Sumner 
High School. The previous 
national record was 4:19.5 
set last year by Tom Skuta, 
West Plains, N. J. 


PGA Event 


Stall Reporter 

Golf teams representing the 
Middle Atlantic and Philadel- 
phia golf associations battled to 
a 3-3 stalemate yesterday in the 
four-ball matches of the annual 
Mason-Dixon Cup matches at 
Congressional Country Club. 

Twelve singles matches will 
be played today beginning at 11 
a. m, 

George Rowbotham of Phila- 
delphia’s Aronomick Country 
[Club was the low individual Draws 60 
| scorer with a four under par 66. 

Rowbotham paired with Wil-| 
liam Hyndman III, runnerup| A field of 60 professionals, 
‘in last year’s national amateur|the largest in the history of 
championship, to beat Ralph Bo-|the Middle Atlantic PGA, will 
gart and Bobby Brownell, 4 tee off tomorrow at Prince 
and 2. Georges Golf and Country| A’s Sign Rookie 
Take Three of Four oe © ome. em | eaeee CITY, May 38 UF) 

The Middle Atlantic squad| Because of the largeness of Leradirs ypow Berg Bo ned aanee 
jumped into a 3-1 lead at the|the field, two pros will be a 17-year-old Faith, N. C., high 
end of the first four matches | paired together in the same. a oe 
but Philadelphia won the two/foursome with two Prince 
final foursome points. ‘Georges members. 

sohn Hendrickson and Rob-| The pr 
ert Donat put Philadelphia 10:si—cns 


partners Ed Pauley, Hal Seley 
and Fred Levy, Reeves said. In 


sell, Reeves said, they made a 


dollars. 


out. 


want to sell now.” 
It was the first development 
since the four owners had a 


tract. Bernhardt, catcher, will 
ireport to the Fitzgerald, Ga., 


the event that he declines to 


second proposal to sell out to 
him for a total of two million 


Reeves said he is exploring’ 
the possibility of forming a) 
syndicate to buy his partners) 

' 


Reeves, who has been associ- 
ated with the Rams since 1941, 


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ting the team started. I don't 


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ahead after the first match, de-| gityl0:*io- creas vom 
feating Col. Rennie Kelly and were We 
‘Perky Cullinane, 2 and 1. Guy ent 
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| Maury Baily and Ken Scales, | 5 
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'Morris of Philadelphia. Morris, | a gy Ge 
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Gil Willett and Spencer Over-| : wed: . 
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THE W sarin POST 
and TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, May 27, 1956 


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Manhattan Beats Out Villanova for IC4A Title 


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Two Events 


at College Park yesterday. David's elbow ticked the bar, 


SUCCESSFUL EFFORT—David Basler of Hampstead High | 
but it stayed up and David won the event at 10 feet 4 inches, 


School in Carroll County, twists his body in a supreme effort 
to clear the bar in the pole vault in the Maryland state meet 


By Vic Casamento. Staff Photographer 


Blair Wins Maryland Track Title 


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| SWAPS—From P. C-1 PIMATES—From P.C-1 


Oxon Hill 
Takes Class RB Porterhouse Defeats Swaps Long Hits 


p By Nose in Photo Finish 7th Hamer } in 
the Lakes and Flowers Hand- 


Championshi 
bing battle between Bobby and Seven Games 
icap here last year. 


By George Brantner 


opening feature and he won 
Longden and Swaps and Shoe- 


| fought 


ipic 400-meter world cham- 
'pionships, so Haines’ feat may 
be 


miles per hour. 


In Last Event 


John Haines 


Michigan 
Captures 


Wins Big 10 
Track Title 


MINNEAPOLIS, Mu; 26 (” 
Hard-pressed defending cham- 
pion Michigan needed a sec- 
ond place in the closing mile 
relay to beat out surprising 
lowa and capture the 56th Big 
Ten outdoor track and field 
meet today. 

Michigan, taking two indi- 
vidual firsts and sharing a third 
in field events, shaded the 
Hawkeyes of lowa, 41-37%. to 
nail down the Wolverines’ 22d 
title in this competition started 
in 1901. 

lowa, which has never won 
an outdoor title, had one of the 
day's two double winnirs, long- 
striding Ted Wheeler, and had 
a chance up to the closing re- 
lay in which the Hawkeyes 
placed.third behind Michigan 

Indiana, -vhose Greg Bell 
failed to improve on his bril- 
liant qualifying broad jump of 
25-11% yesterday, won the mile 
relay and finished third in the 
meet with 34%. 


NEW YORK, May 26 ™ 
John Haines of Penn won both 
\the 220-yard dash and the quar- 
iter-nile run—a feat that has 
‘heen accomplished just twice 
before in the 20th century— 
aud Manhattan beat out Villa 
‘nova for the team title today 
in the 1C44 track and field 
cnuampionships. 

Haines, 23, four-time national 
‘indoor sprint champion, passed 
up defense of his 100-yard dash 
title to try for the same double 
‘that Charlie Reidpath and Ray 
‘Barbuito, both of Syracuse, 
scored in 1912 and 1929,, re- 
‘spectively. 

He zipped to a 20.5 victory 
in the 220 and 47.3 triumph in 
the quarter. No one in the 
crowd of 4500 in Randall's Is- 
land Stadium expected Haines 
to lose the 220. but there were 
doubts that he could beat na- 
tional champion Charlie Jen- 
kins of Villanova in the quar- 
ter. 

Wins by Three Yards 

Starting from the outside 
lane, the worst spot, Haines 
stayed in front all the way and 
off a closing burst by 
Jenkins to get home ahead by 
> three yards. 

Probably the only person in 

stadium who expected 
Haines to-take Jenkins’ meas- 
ure was his coach, Ken Do- 
herty, who has been telling 
him for three years that he 
would make a great quarter- 
miler. Both Reidpath and Bar- 
buti went on to win the Olym- 


; 


There were no records set in> 


the 13-event finals. but Indi- 
ana’s Don Ward matched the 
meet 440 mark of :14.7 set by 
Cirilie McSween of Illinois in 
1951 

Another creditable perform- 
ance was the 146 pole vault 
by Michigan's exchange stu- 
dent from Finland. Eeles 
Landstrom, which was four 
inches below the Big Ten mark 
but set a new Memorial Sta- 
dium record. 

lowa's Wheeler won the 880 
in 1:51.7 and also won the mile 
run in 4:12.7. The other dou- 
ble winner was Michigan 
State’s Ed Brabham, who took 
the 100-yard ‘dash in :09.7 and 
the 220-yard dash in :21.2. 

The meet’s high point man, 


the 


significant. 

His 220 clocking equalled 
the meet record, but it was dis- 
allowed because the wind was 
ifaster than the allowed 4.6 


Ted Burr Loses, 6-0, 6-1 


Demas, MeNair. Floyd 


Advanee at Columbia 


By Bob Alden 


Stal Reporier 


Top seeded Bill Demas led the field into the second round 
as the Columbia Invitation Men's Tennis Championships began 


yesterday. 


Demas, Marine lieutenant stationed at Quantico, routed Ted 
Burr, 6-0, 6-1. He plays Tom West today at 11 a. m. 


Demas, who. has defeated 
Nielsen, recently captured the° 
District of Columbia Commis- 
sioners tournament and earned 
the No. 1 seeding for this tour- 
nament. 

No. 2 seeded Fred McNair 
coasted over Bob Burgess 6-0, 
6-1, and No. 3 seeded Donald 
Floyd defeated Judge Edward 
Beard, 6-3, 6-4. 


a 
Other seeded players, Donald f! 


Dell, No. 5; Steve Potts, No. 6, 
and Doyle Royal, No. 8, ad. 
vanced without losing a set. 

In the day’s only upset, 15 
year-old Peyton Howard ousted 
veteran campaigner Bob Davis, 
9-11, 8-6, 7-5. It took three hours 
for the Landon sophomore to 
down Davis. 

Singles matches 
today at 10 a. m. 
begin at 1 p. m 

Masterson and Stanley Rum- 
bough are seceded No. 1 
doubles; Don Leavens and Mc- «2 
Nair, No. 2 


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resume 
and doubles 


however, was Ohio State's ver- 
satile Glenn Davis, who won 
the 220 low hurdles, placed § 
third in the 220 dash and broad 
jump and took fourth in the 
100 dash for 13 points. 

Team totais: 
Iowa 37%, Indiana 34%, Michi- 
gan State 2842, Minnesota 21‘, 
Ohio State 19%, Illinois 15, 
Northwestern 13, Wisconsin 4%, 
and Purdue l, 


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Dell and Charles Bea 
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Michigan 41, Med 


Denmark Davis Cupper Kurt 


Channing, No. 3, and Potts and 
Bob Taylor, No. 4. 

The Columbia tournament is 
one of the area’s three major 
tennis tourneys and forms the 
basis for the Middle Atlantie 
and D. C. rankings. 

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 


FIRST ROUND—Willi Demas 
fe eased Ted_ Ba 0, 4. Tom, Wes 
— _ :, 


Clark eons d “detente ain 
ar u se e stented J 
6—t! —~ a le “Reval ae- 


feated Rob 
Thompson *T denten Tari 
ill. default Henry Bowes defeated 
affe. 6—1, 6~—1} hari 


featea Mert Stimiler, 2. 

welirer defeated Kahl Spriege. de- 
fault. Bill Thaler defeated oriase._ de- 
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aker. 6—4, 
defeated Dick 
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Potts Palmer, 


ed Rob Rurcess. h—, 

grey Reed defeated Chris Chaney. 

Ralph (Buddy) asate 
Rrewn,. 6— et 
me ory Rare A, Guo}, 

defeated oman Billings. 6—8. §— 

Ralph defeated Jehn Stewart, 6—#. 

Kehoe rill 


defeated 

defeated Clay Coes 

leyd defeated Eawerd 
6—8. Henry def 


6—1 
b—”, 
defeated Ear 

—_ Maite Cofease 


defeated Ted T ’ ev. 
ton Howard defeated Bob Davis, —Ii1, 


Orme Wilson a eh Heth Ere 
6—.* 


tl. Dell defeated 
g Oe .. 1 


- 
CRs ann ing , “erences Larry Middiekame. 

= Dick rhite defeated Beb 
Wilicechby, &—4, 


TODAY'S or LE 


19 m.—Channing vs. White. Talkin 
vs Sedue. Potts vs. Gerley. MeNair ve 


che vs. Ransohe 
; Jack McCarthy vs. Jack Gale 
st. itagtersen 


mas vs. We 
1 eCarthy- 


2. m.—De 
Schweitrer 


m.—Reva 
, All, vteables matches will oe played at 


ee ee EE — 


‘Delany Wins Mile 


Defending. champion Mont- 
gomery Blair of Silver Spring 
won the Class A Maryland State 
high school track and field 


championships at Maryland 
University yesteiday, scoring 
38% points. 

Area schools scored a clean 
sweep in Class A, with Bethes- 
daChevy Chase and North- 
western of Hyattsville placing 
second and third with 27% and 
24 points 

Oxon Hill of Prince Georges 
County won the C'ass B title 
with 53 points. Aberdeen was 
second, 442, and Franklin, 
third, 14. 


Raftery Sets Record 


Blair grabbed the lead mid- 
way in the meet on Jerry Raft- 
ery’s record-breaking run in 
the 880-yard runs. 

Raftery led his group all the |‘ 
way, eclipsing the record of 
2:05.5 with a 2:02.5 clocking de- 
spite the lack of pressure dur- 
ing the final lap when his lead 
widened to nearly 40 yards. 

Blair won the broad jump, 
880-yard run, 440-yard relay, 
placed second in the mile re- 
lay, 220-yard dash, and discus; 
and third in the 100-yard dash. 

Bethesda-Chevy Chase won 
the 880 and mile relay with 
ease, as expected. The mile re- 
lay team of Bob Milne, Tom 
Gunlock, Bill Nagel and Jack 
Knebel was clocked in 3:34.4. 


Oxon Hill Wins 5 Events 


In the 880, Lanny McCul- 
lough, Milne, Nagel and Brace 
Rodenhiser turned in a 1:32.9 


B-CC victory 
in the 440- 


the only other 
with a 54.1 Ume 
yard run. 

Oxon Hill won the mile relay, 
440 relay, 440 dash, the 880 
relay, and discus throw. 

Little Washington High of 
Princess Anne County smoth- 
ered Class C competition for 
the fourth year in a row, scor- 
in 56 1/6 points to runnerup 
Centerville’s 34 5/6. 


Two Teams Tie 
With Net 54s in 
Kenwood Derby 


" Two teams collaborated 
16-under net best-ball scores of 
54 yesterday to finish in a tie be 
the annual Kenwood Golf a 
Country Club Derby. 

Martin Garber, Joe Tubridy, 
W. A. Duvall and P. H. Coates 
had 25, 29—54 to tie Cliff Kolh- 
mann, S. A. Shank, P. S. Alver- 
son and L. T. Davis, 27, 27—54. 

Other prize winning teams 
were: W. F. Watkins, B. W. 
Wasser, R. R. Britton and F. C. 
Brown, 28, 27-55; R. F. Hag- 
erty, H. E. Sheffers, H. N. Spots- 
wood and W. A. Thomas, 26, 
29.55; F. M. Sharkey, H. F. 
Canby, W. B. Henaghan, H. D. 
Sonneman, 27, 29-——56. 


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Maryland H ‘ah School Track Summaries 


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maker 

Coming into the stretch 
Swaps opened up and drew 
a ay by a length, then a length 

nd a half and then two good 
lenatine of daylight. It looked 
like a breeze on into the wire. 

Suddenly Porterhouse, a 
stakes winner but lightly re- 
garded today, came along with 


To the amazement of the 
fans, Shoemaker and Swaps 
seemed to be loafing along, and 
Porterhouse was driving. 


‘Goes to Whip 


Willie the Shoe rather be- 
latedly went to the whip, but it 
was too late apparently to shake 
Swaps up again 

He came back a bit to chal- 


lenge and the issue was close, 
oe it wasn't enough to win the) 


! 
ye and Bobby Brocato 


carried high weight of 127 
apiece, Porterhouse and Mister 
Gus 118. 

Bobby Brocato didn’t have 
anything left after his blazing 
fight with Swaps, 
Gus came up to take the show 
position. 

Trailing last was the Irish? 
horse, Poona II, with the W-L 
Ranch’s Honey’s Alibi fifth. 


Cool, Overcast Day 


The day was cool. and the), 
skies overcast for this third edi-| 
tion of the Californian. 

The turnout was the largest. 
Saturday crowd in Hollywood 
Park's history, excluding one 
Memorial Day wihch fell on the’ 


q weekend. Attendance that day | Rattan: "3. , George Reni New York 
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was 61,215. 


Conditions of the OER 


are on a weight for age basis, | 
plus certain penalties or allow-| 
ances for money earnings. Thus 


it was that Swaps and a i 


Brocato each shouldered 
pounds. 

Porterhouse is no stranger? 
to the winner's circle. He was 
the national champion as a 
2-year-old three years ago. But 
his best stakes wins have been 
at shorter sprint distances. He 
ran second in the Hollywood 


Hanbury, Dove, 
| organ Race at 


Marlboro Today 


UPPER MARLBORO, Md.. es is —~¥ 3H, ara 4 
Paul ta. 


May 26—A field of 35 cars will 
compete in the 
hardtop races Sunday at ‘Marl- 
boro Motor Raceway. 

Mack Hanbury of Camp, 
Springs, Md., will drive a super- 
charged Chevrolet in the race. 
Bill Dove, Bill Prunier, Elmo 
Langley, Sam Hash, Dewey 


Ryan, Bill Morgan and John Win 


Brawley are among the other 
top drivers entered. 


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All told, Porterhouse now sat Long had been hitting in 
has won 14 races in 42 startsithe cleanup spot. 
and his past earnings amount-| Pittshurgh officials scurried 
ed to $248,160. outside the park immediately 
Officially, Porterhouse’s mar- after Long’s blast cleared the 


gin over Swaps was a head. barrier and rounded up the 


Five lengths back came Mister youngster who recovered the 
Gis, who was a length and prize souvenir. 
three quarters in front of Bob-| He returned it and was given 
by Brocato. another in its place. A Pitts. 
The crowd gave S Oemaker a burgh spokesman said the ball 
generous booing when ht came would be sent to the Hall of 
onto the track to ride in the! Fame at Cooperstown, N. Y. 
Then the Shoe-; Long equalled the- major 
admirers rallied and'league mark of six home runs 
gave fiim a cheer. in six consecutive games last 


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Summaries of the IC4A track oo all of the New York 
and field championships held “'#" 
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TEAM SCORES ‘American Leaguer to do it. 
Manhattan 42%, Villanova 40. La Salle 
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He played 131 games in 1955 
hitter with a .291 average. 
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Villanova: 5. 
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» the race, a gruelling 


"finished five 


Villanova’s Ron Delany bit off 
more than he could chew, 
though, in trying for the mile 

and half mile double. He wan 
the mile about two yards from 
Jim Doulin of Manhattan in 
4:14.4 after making up a 12-yard 
deficit on the backstretch. 

But then he tackled Arnie 
Sowell of Pitt, the favorite for 
the Olympic 800-meter cham- 
pionship, and his come-from- 
behind system didn't work 

Sowell galloped to the front 
at the start, taking no chances 
with a tough critter like Delany, 
and stayed ahead all the way 
The Villanova Irishman made 
up some yardage, but it prob- 
ably was because Sewell knew 
he had the race won. His time 
was 1:51.1. 

Just as they did in winning 
the indoor title, George East- 
ment’s Jaspers from Manhattan 
won by spreading their forces, 
rather than concentrating on 
winning individual events. Villa- 
nova won five events to two for 
Manhattan, but the Jaspers col- 
lected a half-dozen seconds 

Maryland's Burr Grim, who 
won the event last year, ran 
fourth in the mile run. Pete 
Fedak of Georgetown finished 
fourth in the 12@yard high 
hurdles and Perry Moore of 
Maryland was fourth in 220-) 
yard low hurdles. ) 


Ricacho Ca ptures 
Connecticut Cup | 
By Five Lengths 


PURCHASE, N. Y., May 26 
(~—Ricacho, owned by Ran- 
dolph Rouse of Washington, 
D.C., and ridden by Pat. Smith- 
wick, won the 18th running of | 
Cup at the 
Adjacent Hunts meet today. 

The 6-yvear-old gelded son of 
Roman was the favorite with 
the crowd of 5000 and paid 
$4.10. He was timed in 6:00 3/5. 

There were five jumpers in 
test of 
about three miles over timber. 
Ricacho, winner of several hunt 
cups in Virginia this spring, 
lengths over 
George Weymouth’s Star, 


~ | Salome, Mrs. Russell Arundel’s| 
Repose was third and Gold Star 
| was 
‘Gillian fell on the 15th jump 
of the 17-jump course. 


fourth. J. L. Bentley's 


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49ers, Yanks’ Football 


Coach Stricken in Sleep 


May 26 ‘®—Norman (Red) Strader, 


BERKELEY, Calif. 


whose playing and coaching career spanned the rise of big- 

time football, died early today following a heart attack. 
His last coaching job was a one-year losing season with the 

professional San Francisco 49ers, end- | , 


ing last winter. 


Before that, the*’smiling 51-year-old ¢ 
red head had coached at Regis College, 
Denver, at Near-by St. Mary's College, 
for three Navy bases during World 
War II, and for the defunct New York 


Yanks professional team. 


He played the game well 1 enough to 
be named to Walter Camp’s third All- 


America team after his 1924 season at 
St. Mary's and played with two Chi- 
cago pro clubs, the old Bulls and the 


Cardinals. 


His wife. Helen, heard him moan in 
his sleep and then saw him lose con- 
sciousness before the arrival of a Cath- 
olic priest, Father Frank Borovich. 


Strader was declared dead 
rick Memorial Hospital. 


at Her- Red Strader 


STRADER was born at Newton, N. J., and was brought to 
Modesto, Calif.. when he was 6 months old. He attended high | 


school at near-by Oakland. 


Cleveland's Indians signed ° 


him to a baseball contract aft- 
er he was graduated from St. 


Mary's and farmed him out | 


to Saginaw, Mich., as a catch- 
er. Later he played for base- 


ball teams at Hollywood and | 


at Wheeling, W. Va. 


In 1929 he coached football | 


at Regis, returning to St. 
Mary's as an assistarit to Slip 


Madigan in 1932. He became | 


head coach in 1940. 

During the war, he coached 
football and baseball for Navy 
teams at Whidby Island, 
Camp Perry and Sampson 
Naval Base 

He started in 1946 with the 
Yankees as an assistant 


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lis races, from Indianapolis 
Speedway, Ind.. WOL (1450 
k. c.), 6:30 p. m. 


coach in the old All-America lod 


Conference, 
head coach in 1948. 


Francisco area in 1950 and 
went into the construction 
business. 

For a time he scouted for 


the 49ers and at the end of | ine 


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ROWING—From P. C-1 54 Years Old 


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Captures 
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sculls. 


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coe | 


West Catholic High School, 
Philacelphia. double sculls. 

Lower Merion, Ardmore, Pa., 
junior eights. 

Jon Robert Pearce, Hamilton, 
Ontario, senior sculls. 

Washingtor and Lee, Arling- 
Philadelphia, 


St.’ Joseph’ s, 


The summaries: 


>| Washington and Lee of Alex-| 
> |andria entered only the senior 
four with coxswain race, 


iscratching both its senior and 


‘junior eights. 


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taking over as |i. 
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WITH THE break up of the | 
| A-AC he returned to the San 


the 1954 season was named to | 


replace Lawrence (Buck) 


| Shaw as head coach. 


Shaw was fired because of | 


a losing season and Strader 
| was fired after the next sea- 
son—also losing. Frank A\l- 
bert replaced him. 
| Strader leaves his widow, 
Helen, four sisters and a 
brother. 


be sung at 9 a. m:, Monday, 
St. Joseph's Church, in Berke- 
ley, with burial in St. Jo- 
seph’s cemetery. 


Bratton ‘Unimproved’ 


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4. St. Joseph's Prep. Philadelphia. Pa. 


In Chicago Hospital 


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condition of Johnny Bratton, 
former welterweight boxing 
champion, was reported “un- 
improved” today by the at- 
tending physician at the Cook 
‘County Psychopathic Hospital. 
Bratton, who was taken to 
the hospital by his mother 
Thursday, was said to be suf- 
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NBA A pproves 
Heavyweight 
Eliminations 


BOSTON, May 26 (‘# — The 
executive committee of the Na-| 
tional Boxing Association today 
approved an elimination serie? 
for the heavyweight title start-| 
ing with the Hurricane Jackson- | 
| Floyd Patterson encounter next 
‘month. | 

The committee voted that the 
NBA would recognize as cham- | 
‘pion the winner of the three- 
‘bout series. Under the com-| 
mittee’s series,.the winner of 
the Jackson-Patterson bout 
June 8 would meet light heavy-| 
weight champion Archie Moore, | 
stopped by Rocky Marciano in 
the latter’s last bout before 
retiring as heavy king. 

The winner of that second | 
bout then would meet the fight-| 
er listed as No. 1 contender by) 
the NBA for the title within 
90 days. It was not decided 
what would happen if Jackson,’ 
Patterson or Moore happens to} 
become the No. 1 contender. 


senior double sculls. | 


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Big Hitter of Old A’s 
Dies of Heart Attack 


MILWAUKEE, May 26 (®—Al Simmons, whose batting feats 


handed hitting outfielders, 


_ with an odd “foot-in-the-bucket” stance earned him a niche in 
| baseball's Hall of Fame, died here early today, four days after | 
_ his 54th birthday. 
One of the game’s greatest right- 
Simmons 


collapsed in front of the Milwaukee 


Athletic Club, where he lived, 
(CST) today and was pro- 


2:45 a. m. 


about 


nounced dead at Milwaukee County 


Emergency Hospital. 


The county medical examiner said 
death was due to a heart attack. 

A cab driver who brought him home, 
said Simmons apparently had been 


shopping. 


The driver entered the club to find 
a bellboy to aid Simmons in carrying 
the bundles to his room. When he re- 
turned he found Simmons lying on the 


sidewalk. 
Mempiee of his family said 'Sim- 
mons had had ‘no previous history of 


Al inane 


a heart ailment but underwent treatment earlier this spring 
for phlebitis, an inflammation of the blood vessels of the lower 


leg. 


Teinieneins played with the Washington Nationals in 1937 


and 1938, batting .279 and 
302.) 


BEHIND HIM Simmons 


left a score of memorable | 
| 73 hits short of the coveted 


baseball achievements. 
He had a lifetime major 


:'| league batting average of .334 


for 21 years, most of them 


' with the late Connie Mack's 


| great Philadelphia Athletics 
teams of the 20s and 30s; he 
consecutive American 
League batting champion- 
' ships with marks of .381 in 
1930 and .390 in 1931; 
played in four World Series, 
_ batting .329 in the four. 


Simmons was elected to the 


| Hall of Fame in 1953. His 
| plaque at the Cooperstown, 


Y., shrine contains this 
brief rundown on his great 
career: 

“Played with seven major 
league clubs 1924-1944. Star 
with Phila. (A. L.). Batted 
308 to .392 from 1924 to 1934 
... most hits by A. L. right- 
handed batter with 2831. Led 
league -runs batted in, runs 
scored, hits and total bases 
several seasons. Hit three 
home runs, July 15, 1932 . 


SIMMONS was born Aloys- 
ius Harry Szymanski in Mil- 
waukee on May 22, 1902, the 
son of-a Polish immigrant 
who died when Al was a boy. 

He broke into organized 


baseball with Aberdeen in the | 
| Old Dakota League in 1922. | 
It was about this time that | 


Al spotted a billboard ailver- 
tising Simmons hardware and 
Aloysius Szymanski rechris- 
tened himself Al Simmons. 

He was fond of recalling 
spring training of 1924 when 
he broke in with the Athletics 
at Fort Myer, Fla. 

Mack had bought him from 
the Brewers for $30,000. Sim- 
mons went up to the A’s with 
a widely publicized ballplayer 
named Paul Strand, for whom 
Mack had shelled out $75,000. 

Strand didn’t last long, but 
Simmons went on to become 

a baseball immortal. 

Simmons drew raucous 
laughter the first time he 
stepped to the plate in Flor- 
ida. He kept his left foot “in 
the bucket”— pointed in the 
general direction of third 
base. 

But, Mack wouldn't hear of 
changing it. 

“Leave the young man 
alone,” Mack said. “If he can 


| hit .398 for Milwaukee let him 


Powder Puff Race’ 


I don't 


—— 


bat the way he wants. 


and | 


| care if he stands on his head.” 


In the succeeding 21 years, 
Simmons, who finished only 


3000-hit mark, proved Mack 
was right. 

SOMEONTF once asked him 
why he hated pitchers. And 
the 6-foot, 200-pound Simmons 
replied: “Why shouldn't I? 
They're trying to take -the 
bread and butter out of my 
mouth.” 

Simmons was sold to the 
Chicago White Sox in 1932, 
for a reported $150,000. then 
played successively with De- 
troit, Washington, Boston Red 
Sox, Boston Braves and Cin- 
cinatti. 

Three of his World Series 
were with the A’s, one in 1939, 
with the Reds. In 1950 and 
briefly in 1951, he was a coach 
with the Cleveland Indians. 
More recently, he operated a 


baseball school sponsored by — 


a New York newspaper. 

Simmons was married in 
1934 to the former Dores 
Reader of Racine, Wis. They 
were divorced in 1941, and 
she is now residing in Fior- 
ida. 

He is survived by a son, 
John, a student at the Univer- 
sity of Georgia: two brothers, 
Walter Simmons and Anthony 
Szymanski, both of Milwau- 
kee, and three sisters, Mrs. 
Frances Novak, Mrs. Tillie 
Mazurek and Mrs. Anna 
Mischker, all of Milwaukee. 

Funeral services will be 
held at 9 a. m., Tuesday at 
St. Hyacinth’s Roman Catho- 
lic Church. Burial will be in 


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‘WITH NASHUA AND ‘SWAPS back in action there's a Tennis Club... Freeman is American Tennis Association Royal, Fs 
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ready turfdom’s most expensive as the most costliest-produced 
race, the Washington (D.C.) In-|race, involving a figure close 
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Thus any handicapper, in his right » a ltomers. on newest tennis sensation, recently Dearimmie 113 Prosty’ 1 Wirt; <"]20/,°UTtR $5000. [First he will visit England 
mind, wouldn't overweight either of ee | As the field swung out of the| a ) swept to the District of Columbia |TP*4e . ... 117 yt i3| Laurel pays all the expenses|which provided the initial win- 
the thoroughbreds because he would , back stretch Pro-Brandy was! " Commissioners title and beat Fred acess Baten: fart igs_up; allow, for bringing the foreign horses|ner of the global ciassic in V" ’- 
figure therh right out of action. labsolutely last and the Be McNair and Donald Floyd along the "| De Rerort .....1 24 Powdersmoke 116 and pers.nnel tc Maryland,|wyn bec’ in 1952. France, the 
Time " when heavy a which had installed him their Tim Coss way... In unofficial matches Coss has |Busher's Beam 11s Our Only One. .111 their pon ge amg Bnd and reo rag rein to the Laurel presi- 
were stock equipment when a horse > be 0 Fie ti $2800; J-year-olds; claiming er return home is is ajdent's agenda, sent over Wor- 
Touched greatness Mpet ofthe allie “= aaighe eo (Srosce waa konTINg and. won| Broved. Deyn a eee Sonaid Dell and Swhoerer eke [Bekigéeace [ice ~ | if|tgable sum to ada to the ¢°0- [den It to win In 109%, 
stars had the poundage piled on them ‘the enee let alone ma . will play him . . . Charles Wood has returned for his fourth Ransire is Prince, Raider joo 000 purse and other expenses) Fisherman grabbed the hon- 
and some were hustled off to breeding—Man O’War for 6ne— | Angelo Vasil, who has been| year as Washington Golf and Country Club tennis pro after |! Th feast involved i, a race so world-jors for the United States in 
to escape the tonnage. l idin Pro-Br ‘d isht al en hi ost successful season at ? ——+—- |. S—1%: ~year-olds: claiming Wide ‘n scope. 11954 anc the Venezulean star, 
g randy right aiong,; His Most $s srowretus Sl t4|. Although there are other|El Chama, won last year’s re- 


Weight is the great leveler of the turf, and all gfeat horses, |won his fourth victory in as the Coral Beach Club in Palm Hneniet oes. pan we 133 $100,000 races in this country |newal. 


whatever their stamina, have a breaking Point somewhere— . 
}many starts with the son of Beach, Fla. Delaware Park“ oh tba. sient’ Glade ‘42 in addition to the Laurel Inter- —Walter Haight. 


Eg ra as gel pone gee ! ~ “Double Brandy, but he had to ABOUT 20 years ago, vet- 
farther “Pe : impost of 147 pounds. met de put up a very fine exhibition eran tennis professional Jack are ecureneraas 

THAT HORSE of horses, | feat several’ times when | S¢¢ the favorite home. | sirl in Coral Gables: Fla. and 0 ens 33-Day 3 preiee oe 
Exterminator, could not | forced to carry from 148 to Bevin Boy Third predicted she would some day 


maintain a winning stride | 150 pounds. | Pro-Brandy began to run a be tional tennis cham- larg te 
| come nation Meet Monday | | Fr. et i THE HECHT co. 


when loaded with more than | _ There are necessarily excep- | hit around the turn in the five- pion... The girl, Doris Hart, 

vee dying oe Sy g Penn rages Bg benhedragendbir Sg ome furlong event. Vasil kept him| finally fulfilled’ Boucher’s 
at "irebrand, arney shah are named 1 ~ on the rail to save ground,| diction in 1954... And ; 

Stone and Sands of Pleasure. _ OW Was assigned 145 pounds moved between Blue Ray and Doris, who turned pro last WEAEENGTON, De. caged oe ; AUTO SHOP & SERVICENTER 

What happened when he car- in a mile and an eighth race. Kevin Boy after entering the winter, will make her Wash- (‘"—Delaware Park opens its 33 

ried 140 pounds, a pickup of While ee bested her field stretch, and wore down Blue! ington’ debut next Saturday |day thoroughbred racing sea- 

only 2 pounds over his previ- an tot hangs it oom Ray.to score by half a length./ and Sunday appearing at Ken- |son here Monday with the $10,-| PARKI NGTON, ARLINGTON 

a> Ay oe aoe ae | back. In hia vane tits yielded Blue nay. in the colors of Hill- wood . . . Her host will be |090 added Wilmington Handi-| '-— . 
allope ‘ UX* | 4 side Farm, was second two} Boucher ... Al 

terminator by nearly ten 35, 40, 45 and 47 pounds 1 | and a half lengths over by two| Sichion’ popular tennis chair. (°2P the first of 15 features total- Open Monday, 12:30 P.M. to 9:30 P.M. 

lengths. | other contenders, an incredi- | 47 Schlosberg’s Kevin Boy, a! man at Congressional, has ‘ing at least $352,500 in added 


There was also Rosenben, a | bie concession. head in front of Tiswar. d with high | mone ; 
ll ti in. th Away from the barrier | been hospitalized wi é ps , _ " > 
sprinting ranks when it came | Meadow’s jockey rated her Pare a end by the) blood pressure. In all, approximately $},325,- irestone ay re a e! 
to winning with the “grand- | back of the pace-making | : ante of Irving ae 000 in stakes and purses will be ? 
stand on his back.” And yet | Ocean Queen, which carried Kirschbaum and is trained by; SHORT VOLLEYS —A |<plit up among the owners 
Hand orsmperute. Norse,’ | the. feathery” Impostor 8 [Deverne, Emery. His victory) group of Northern Virginia |Hesaing the wakes, wil Sethe 
three-time winner under an | pounds. He kept the mare +h is time for) tennis players, includin distaff big three races, a quar-| 
| there until rounding the far is 5 furlongs was 1:003/5, pod wg age ye ~ — ter-million dollar jackpot for! Save 20% and More?! 
ve ’ 
head and literally ye fact that fast time has not been Ormsbee and Risque Gibbes, The rr three distaff 
around Ocean Queen to win | ‘he order of the day at Pimlico! are looking for a tennis home events is the $50,000 Oaks, to be 
—1je miles; $2000; r a1 | by a length. during this spring meeting. | ...The group, which became |¢ojowed by the New Castle at SAVE ON FIRESTONE CH. AMPIONS 
enson (Mercier) . . : At the start Blue Ray opened | orphans when the Forehand '$40,000 and the world’s richest 
Ce AT THE conclusion of 16 *,>/8 advantage with the rest| Tennis Club was sold for busi- |race for females. the $150,000, . 
aga. preugaue, Nery Don G.| days, Pimlico ‘is showing a of the field pretty well bunched| ness development, is inter- | Delaware Handicap. | 60016 6.70alS 
Onla-Pinished second but disqualified decrease of 6 per cent in behind him and Pro-Brandy| ested in finding a site for a | The addition of a new tur 
and placed thir | attendance and 4 per cent in jroeeee back to last in the) tennis club... For the first |.ourse gives Delaware Park’ ° 
#2796, 1.39% $20 5.20 3.80| wagering .. . To date 172,762 shuttle ‘along the far lane. _ time in the tourney’s history | four different types of sport on 
4. patrons have passed through |Reminiscent of Needles | ~ ¥- yogh Bn heed = |aS many separate racing stripe.) 
Overpriced. Poppy Day loucabe of SAMAR churbin cee | Been Ray still led into the pionships that start next tied oe ay pot Spm SAVE ON SUPER CHAMPION 
v ice a ' str . »f , . r At i y, | 
retch with Tiswar and Kévin| ‘week at East Potomac. . racing on the flat; Steeplechase | AMPIONS 


DAILY DOUBLE PAID $191.00 | Same period a year ago... ae “ss 
furlongs: $2000; 1:12% Wagering has reached $13.- Boy his chief rivals until Pro-| This break for kids is the competition over brush and! 


 3—6 tila | 
Matiafor Spinate) 11.60 $39 $35) 195,344 for a daily mark of |D’@ndy started his winning) work of the Washington Area jiymping over hurdles. The Fira Line in Quality T lo AY me *k 
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¢ (Landers) ont move and then it was all o 
‘30’ $894709. In 1955 the ver.| Tennis Patrons Foundation 
yromBenin. Georse Eneel Guner Time.) $13,741,082 and the aver- |The stretch rush was reminis. The tennis patrons, |C 15 ing day. $25,000 added Second Line in Price! 
“46 furiones : | age $858,817 . . . However, |S°Mt, Of the closing kick of} through Frank Shore’s opera- jSussex Handicap. 
egal (Landers) , a He this » vear’s 16-day total in- po arse iy ne ore Pye tions committee, are sponsor- Delaware Park is caught in| 
'| cludes Preakness Day where- omen Of course, this. Face! ing the tourney. the middie of an unusual com- FIRESTONE SUPER CHAMPIONS 


3 
Pretty Free . Od . ‘was at a much shorter dis- ities ef , 
Hiehtone Cindyam. Ku- Ki |} 4&8 last season the Preakness tanee | DELAWARE PARK ENTRIES | Petitive situation durings its 33- SIZE | TUBETYPE | TUBELESS ‘TUBE 


$2700; 1:44 was not run until the sev- day meet, this non-profit we ee — 
D a Pro- ns : . 
Beet ich \caeneales) 6.00 449| epteenth day of the meeting. $5000 yy |_Black | White | Black | White 
tien } : 21 aCaddy's Pat a ae * 
sede Bett’ dnskstchownn | yesterday’s program, in- |/@St year now has won better| Advice GeO ..-..---115\trotting in nearby Maryland,|| 6.70x15 | 15.65 | 19.40 | 17.95 | 21.95 | 3.30 
expected to make up most of : 6.40x15 | 14.90 weg 
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(Agems). 15.40 po egy el 1"; $2500: tye sddy ‘Darling 1isicompetes at various times\| .._—-|- 
ransmuer (Faireamicea ‘Town, Andre.| A full week of racing after arden State sales Ritce Tandem. ‘115 Landseair | ----141/ against Monmouth Park, night 6.00x16 | 13.95 | 17.25 | | | 2.99 
; es <otezars Be : than $15,000 in his fo start: oer 7 8 oe .. . 
6--b ferlongs: rr cluding Ss a turd ay and and bids’ ‘six to ven onl a dy In. cit Ss ‘several days against Garden ' 7. 10x15 | 17.45 | 21.60 19.60 24.25 | 3.99 
the Memorial Day holiday, is Seas, |Leve-A-Chance + |State and six days against Pim-|] 7.60x15 | 19.20 | 23.7 21 | 
a the stars of the juvenile divi- | Bold imp 103 5 _| 21.60 | 26.70 | 3.65 
man. Isle of Bond. Lasting Treat. the difference cafised by the on this season. pparker-Mecnolie, F ae Sener 
: furiongs: | $10,000 hdep.: 1:10 shift in Preakness dates. Ye; $3000; 4- “7r-olds up; elaimin 


ore Eche ‘{ \ " 40 3.20 Hu h F ail N , : Hok 22 " . . 
pevpoctp Fite oar ss 480 ronan fot agree A oe Parlo Beaten ae ‘ mowers We mee <*PEae 1 son, Hoad SAVE! DELUXE CHAMPION TUBELESS 
Peet. Morris. Mighty Baker, Biack) every time the stakes winner | 8 35 iy inna Original Equipment Tire on 1956 Cars 

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000: about 7% furlonss: 4‘ " | ; noloc et. Have * ome ot Win | : 
(psirbanks). 5.20 3. 2.80; As a 2-year-old, Market Wise By S | 4 Exec Hav * Tenni S 
rerems) . 10.49 300| was in Fontaine's charge o/ care Mn \" 3—%s; $3500; 2-year-old maidens. TUBELESS DE LUXE CHAMPION 
‘Hoosier Honey £4 PARIS, May 26 (#—Althea Size Black White/Size _ Black White 


i ae Capozziello. Nearways; when the veteran trained the | 
sb, Nabrawan and Roedna. in |. ELMONT, N. Y., May 26 U Skerry sae 
Brookmeade horses ba n | y ‘ G Dawn ...: , ; 
1937 .. . Hugh says the colt Mrs. Ethel D. Jacobs’ searching ener saber. ....1.4ie| Gibson, the United States’ only : 70 _|21.95 26.95 7.60_|26.60 32.60 
#8) had ‘something in common |Streaketi through the’ stretch to) ""£"'7 °*"8s00;'4-rr-olds up: claiming, big winner on the European; 4" Prices ca wy Tez ang 7.10 |24.25/29.95/8.00: |29.60|36.25 
, . a : . A ec re. % . ; ‘on 
meme iat Singe at with Needles—he wouldn't |D€at Foxcatcher Farms’ Parlo eMGecnce ‘Yikoser Miss’. 04\tennis circuit this spring, aa tan ist 6.40 |20.90/25.60/8.20 |30.70\37.60 
, ©, Hi-Rock.| work However unlike | by a half length today in theipurf ........: 
sucke, | Ors. . nike | Putnes lil|smashed a year-old jinx and ’ 
ish entry. dh-Dead beat for wird.) Needles, Market Wise $28,450 Top Flight Handicap. |nticus teed ns To -*118|won the women’s singles title 
vom wouldn’t run either. So when |, Searching, purchased private-|*sBiackway ....11} Irish 423lin the French spiernationel 
SULTS a man came along with $5000, |!Y last June for $15,000 from joi + 1p aan ¥ Foe 799 ’ r i : 
ne niger 12! Fontaine threw in a filly and |Ogden Phipps, earned $19,400) $#4pt-Chrhoms* cy-olds: allowances gar gern or today oy Poet CAR-SKIN RECON DITIONS YOUR CAR 
“mag ute fed, (Church) 32.40 13.20 #20’. the tack of both horses , in scoring her 14th victory in Basser Gove | tl) Mewue vesth.. 1113 Sostieene af Chreat’ Weitain, ‘ , , 
Glad Hand (Erb) ) +4 *- 144 st ; Ms , ann. g. 
niet Joo (Baird) i, Peo t . ble re ag won : no ha ym -_ een her win- Bar Question 113 Golden Fast ....112/  aziss Gibson's victory, in a NEW -BRIGHT eee WAX KEEPS IT SO! 
Perdoots Geores's ib. Aniebe ‘| Hugh remembers ey oe | A crowd of 36,755 saw Search-| ¢—Mile: 1 Place, 7 en yy match iasting an hour 
—7 furlongs: $2 24% 'when he watched Market |ing cross the finish line in 1:42 , ra Sneene, averenneewed 
mineeel aR, ook) 00 320; Wise beat Whirlaway in the 3/5, four fifths off the mile and |Gommedore M. .j 
fndust jeune). ‘udeat| Jockey Club Gold Cup. “It |a sixteenth track record set/te Page 1 “ 
va sh ne sia wasn’t the first mistake a (last year by Parlo in the same nee he a 
payeows +: trainer ever made,” Fontaine | race. | Parse Berved 
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___ DAR. YDOU oe et says, “but it’s one that’s hard Searching paid $6.50,, $4.20 War'Kee"!: 
aS Surlones 14.80 6.50 @ 4.00 to forget.” ... Molly Mutuel and $3.40, while Parlo returned a og 
. * §40| says, “I know a ga! at the $8.10 and $5.80. W. Arnold; 8—1; 84000; 
Seer Her pi Saas trots who is so dumb she |Hanger’s Rico Reto came from| afuave |. os 
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yp-ehds up: Bésp| ¢_3. oHeD ea. 
Miss Gibson, the first Negro — 

woman ever admitted to the 

U. S. Lawn Tennis Association 

rankings, made light of her 28 <n 

years against her younger op- eae intron’ : 
we : Wriver stopped on the back- |for show money. Rico Reto paid |*Big Bronze ..102 Morgan R ......112| Ponent. : Be 7 ee : First, use Car-Skin to dry- 

watz ferienen, $3588 Bs Roman 12 It was hard to believe that Re 43 .- clean your car without rubbing 


| stretch to neck.” ' | $7.20 et . b try. . 
: aa a | * man Avon wood Stable entry Miss Mortimer had won all ' 
Ha! low, Jor . four previous matches between or scrubbing; get it sparkling 
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$14.20. $6.00. $4.60: ALWAYS Movin, $4.80,| Stretching from India last De- "iy © &£ ig . Ski aa ti 
Lazy Bogan ————-|_ FIRST RACE—Six furlongs (chute). For 4-7eer- olds and | 0 Ue ae we ond at Gate. etabienet « tee earet bt a with Car-Skin. Wax is’armored 
S2560,_ OFF at 2:95 Start food. Ws | lead on the turn and won easily. Always Movin retal ed her 
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6—6 furlongs: $3500; 1:11° up: claiming. Purse, $2! with to rade Car } - 
10.20 5.00 3.80 ridden out. place crivine ‘inner. L. Pascal's bik. «. (5) ‘ Pg arnauba wax 
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miles; $3000 eq cleat under mild urging. Lord Ow attai a reed ’ ile a in throu 
are Westen (Brooks): “hx 60 4.60 wit Hunt ee .- aint while racing for rp var et the pace while améor — Si € Jim. The suff sient 
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Rosehue. Relet, Mokatuck, Wac Sas. Prexy Mac lackea a late response a: the final furlong furlongs; 24%. 
Blue Award, Tall iris. SECOND RACE--Six furianes ‘ehute) Por 4- yens-o86s gat SIXTH RACE One mile (turf). For 4-year-olds a it Oren ape Li on ae 5.70 
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LURAY, Va., May 28~-You 
hikers, riders and campers 
can come along any time 
now, the “Daughter of -the 

Stars” is 

ready for 

you. Only 

vithin the 

last few days 

has spring 

reached the 

ridge crest. 

Up and down 

the moun 

tains the 

wild azaleas 

are in flow- 

Graves er. Already, 

the pink buds of mountain 

laurel are showing about the 

second week in June the 

“ealico bush” will be in full 
bloom. 

With the oOvening of Sky- 
land last Frida}, all the fa- 
cilities of Shenandoah WNa- 
tiona) Park are now overat- 
ing. 


CHAIR-BORNE athietes 
who motor along the 105- 
mile iength of Skyline Drive, 
stopping now and then for a 
panoramic view, are welil-re- 
warded. But, as Chief Park 
Naturalist C. Kenny Dale has 
often declared, “they haven't 
seen ANYthing yet!” The 
Drive is just a ribbon of as- 
phalt meandering atop the 
193,473 aces which comprise 
the Park 

The off-Drive areas are 
truly a hiker’s paradise. The 
Shenandosh's system of 
trails leads to streams and 
waterfalls. along rid¢es, into 
hollows, and to cliffs and 
mountaintops; where some of 
the most beautiful scenery is 
to be found. 


By 


FOLLOWING the crest of 
the Blue Ridge through the 
Park is a 94-mile graded sec- 
tion of the Appalachian 
Trail, a marked pathway ex- 
tending 2028 miles from 
Maine to Georgia. The trail 
crosses the Drive at several 
points and is accessible from 
many of the overlooks. Short 
side trail trips may be taken 
to more remote sections. 
Maps and detailed trail data 
may be purchased in the 
Park 

Trailside shelters (three. 
Sided structures which have 
bunks and an outdoor fire. 
place for cooking) for the 
benefit of hikers only. are 
located at convenient inter- 
vais. There is no charge:for 
their use. First come. first 
Served is the rule. But the 
shelters must be shared with 
other parties 


IF YOU HAVE time for but 
One hike. take the short Na- 
ture Trail to the top of Stony 
Man, a 4019-foot flat-topped 
peak which rises immediately 
above~-Skylend. This is an 
easy one. The round trip is 
only One and one-half miles. 

Chie: objective of tais hike 
is the breath- taking pano- 
rmama from the cliffs of 
Stony Man's Brow. a view 
unsurpassed in the entire 
region. 

OTHER HIKES take vou to 
Little Stony Man, to Hawks. 
bill Mountain, to Mary's 


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Sightseers walk beneath the stalactites on a trip through Luray Caverns 


Rock, to Dark Hollow Falls, 
to Bearfence Mountain, to 
South River Falls, and — the 
most rewarding of them aill 
—Old Rag Mountain. 

The hike up and down Old 
Rag is 7.7 miles. Its ridge 
trail winds for more than a 
mile up over, around, 
through and underneath the 
massive boulders and rock 
formations near the summit. 


FOR THOSE who want to 
travel the Northern third of 
the Skyland Drive, and to 
see fabuloys Luray Caverns, 
Trailways has special tours. 
Until June 15, they will op- 
erate on Saturdays, Sundays 
and Memorial Day. From 
June 16 to Oct. 31, the days 
will be Tuesdays, Thursdays, 
Saturdays, Sundays and on 
July 4 and Labor Day. 

Leaving Washington in an 
air-conditioned coach at 8:45 
(DS1) you drive alongside 
the Full Run battlefields and 
through Warrenton, Va., and 
scenic Fauquier County. You 
arrive at Luray Caverns at 
11:15 a. m. 

After your underground 
visit, you drive 21 miles 
along the crests of the Blue 
Ridge for lunchéon at Big 
Meadows Lodge. You get 
back to Washington at 6:40 
p. m. Cost of the trip is 
$7.68 for transportation. Cav- 
erns admission is $1.80 ad- 
ditional, and you pay for 
whatever your appetite re- 
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A BOAT in a 
pool may look like an 
mixture of water sports, 
Friday night the 12-foot 
board motor- 
boat in the 
Anacostia Na- 
val Receiv- 
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pool will be | 
a vehicle for 4 
water safety go 
instruction. 

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boating dem- 
onstr ation, 
sponsored by 
the D. C. 
Chapter of the American Red 
Cross and the Outboard Boat- 
ing Club, will get under way 
at 8 p. m., Friday, in the Re- 
ceiving Station gymnasium. 
The program will consist of 
handling heavy line, marlin- 
spike seamanship, artificial 
respiration, rules of the road, 
launching and mooring a boat, 
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craft safety chairman, said 
that if publie reaction to the 
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can pass the requisite swim- 
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through June 16, from 9 a. m. 
to 5 p. m., at Francis Pool. 


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347. 


THE POTOMAC River Sail- | 


ing Association's annual 
Gunston Cove Regatta will 
start at 10 a. m., Saturday, 
June 2, from the Washington 

arina, to 


George McKenzie, regatta 
chairman. The 15-mile course 


will end at the cove at Ft 
Belvoir, Va. 

The return race will be held 
the following day 

PENGUIN FLEET Capt 
Mac Lamborne announces a 
round-robin skippers’ tourna- 
ment to siart at 11 a. m.,, 
Wednesday, Memorial Day, 
at the Sailing Marina. Fach 
contestant will sail each boat 
entered, Any fleet member 
with a competitive boat is 
eligible for Wednesday's 
races. 

Winner will represent the 
fleet in the men’s area cham- 
pionship contest July 14 Most 
of the fleets will send their 
spring series winner to com- 
pete for the area champion- 
ship, but Lamberne thinks 
the Penguins will give each 
individual skipper a better 
opportunity by holding the 
round-robin. 

SOUTH RIVER Yacht Club 
will hold its Fourth Annual 
Sail Regatta June 9 and 10, at 


Kennebago, Maine Is Tops - 


June’s Best for Getting} Wild 


Trout With Dry Fly 


By Don Carpenter 


JUNE IS tops for trout fishing with the dry fly 


I’ve always 


had my best luck in June, no matter where I went. In that 
month I have found brook trout that rose eagerly in the 
mountains of Georgia, in the Pisgah National Forest of North 
Carolina, in upper Pennsylvania's many fine 


waters, 


streams, all through 


in West Virginia and in New York 
the New 


England 


Berkshires and on up through the State of 


Maine to the 
wick borders. 


Henry Guy Carleton once wrote: 
swarm in 


largest and fiercest trout 


Canadian and New 


Bruns- 


“The 
the 


deep clear advertisements of a Pirate who 


runs a hotel.” 


We have spent many years 


separating the sheep from the goats for 


the reader's benefit. 


Here is the dope! 


Carpenter 


THE BEST BROOK trout fishing in the 14 


states | have covered on the Atlantic coast 
The fishing there is just as good today 


Kennebago, Me. 


as it was 25 years ago when I first visited 
Only real sportsmen are welcome. 


paradise 

They take home only one 
day's “limit” no matter 
whether they fish a day, week 
or all season. Dry and wet fly 
fishing only is permitted and 
no trolling is allowed. Regular 
stocking is done to replace all 
fish removed. It is as simple 


as that’ 
Located in the extreme 


northwest corner of Maine, 
Kennebago is just north of the 
Rangeley Lakes. Food and 
accommodations cant be 
bettered anywhere, and the 
place is never crowded. 


THERE ARE OTHER fine 
places to trout-fish in Maine. 
Those who like trolling for 
“square-tails” will like Moose- 
head Lake. Grand Lake or 
Square Lake 

Land-locked salmon fishing 
ic at its best in Duck Lake, 
up in Washington County 
near Nicatous Lake. In any 
ease. June and the last two 
weeks of September are first 
and second choices as to best 
time to go. There is little, if 


of Show 


Selby Bay Yacht Club, accord- 
ing to Bus Grubbs, commo- 
dore Starts will be at 10 a. m, 
both mornings. Classes en- 
tered are International 14, 
Hampton, Comet, Snipe, and 
Penguin. 


MORTON KNIGHT, Na 


Yacht Club Commo- 
dore. announces that the 


club's annuar summer race 
series for Washington's stay- 
at-homes will start June 17; 
and continue through Sept. 9. 
Three series are planned, 
eech of eieht races sailed on 
four successive Sundays. 

“We are hoping to revive 
handicap racing.” Morton 
said. “and to get some of 
these older Comets, Snipes, 
and other boats out which 
otherwise don't participate in 
races.’ Rear Commodore 
Clark Slaymaker, who heads 
the race committee, plans to 
hold a meeting of all prospec- 
tive participants early in 
June, 


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CLOSER HOME, in Penn- 
sylvania, where District 
anglers can buy a resident 


license, my first choice for 
trout are the streams around 
the village of English Center 
on auto route No. 64 where 
the Pine.Creeks run big, deep, 
clear and quiet The food 
around there is good: the ac 
commodations can be forgiven 
for the sport to be had 

West Virginia trout are 
mostly located in the streams 
bounded on the north bv 
Parsons and Buckhannon and 
on the south by White Sul- 
phur Springs and Fayetteville 


IN NORTH CAROLINA, 
the Pisgah National Forest, 
near Asheville, is an easy one- 
day drive from Washington 
Il like to make headquarters 
in Brevard and fish the big 
streams that circle thie town 

Pisgah streams are usually 
open for a day and closed to 
fishing for several days at a 
time, so that the trout will be- 
come rested. This system of 
rotation assures good sport 

A special fee is charged for 
each day’s fishing in the For- 
est streams and the money 
goes to raise fish and to police 
the water. A unique system 
of marking each stocked fish 
instantly tells the checking- 
station warden how old your 
catch is and its rate of 
growth 

Best stream in the Brevard 
area_ is the Davidson River 
This river is rarely crowded 
because not many folks care 
to pay a buck a day for good 
fishing, after buying a state 
license. But it’s worth it: 
brooks, browns and rainbow 
trout grow big there. No bait 
fishing is allowed, just arti- 
ficial lures. Trout weigh from 
1 to 3 pounds. 


IF YOU PLAN a trout trip 
farther away than Mary- 
land and Virginia streams, 
try the ones we have men- 
tioned above or phone 
(Spruce 3-8695) about any 
other state of your chcice. 

I have fished all important 
trout waters on the West 
Coast from Alaska to Mexico 
and can give you reliable in- 
formation about the Pacific 
area, where trout grow so big 
they scare you, where a rain- 
bow under 5 pounds is hardly 
a “keeper” and a 15-pounder 
is hardly “news.” 


The 1¢ Naturalist 


erness Ventures 


Theme of 7 Books 


By Irston R. Barnes 
President. Audubon Society of the District of Columbia 


WHAT is adventure” 
and Sea (Oxford. Pp. 192. 


ig age Piccard, in Earth, Sky 
Illus. 


$4), exploration—‘‘to travel 


through new areas of celestial space, to turn our searchlights 
upon domains of eternal darkness”—becomes the sport of 


scientists, 


“in foreseeing all the dangers, 


in studying every detail with profound at- 


tention.” 


For Robert Marshall in Arctic Wilderness 


(University of California Press 
“exploration is perhaps the 
reaching its 
“the inestimable thrill of first 


Titus. $3.75), 
greatest esthetic experience, 
ultimate in 
discovery.” 


Adventure—exploration—discovery 


Pp. 171. 


can 


hegin close to home as Lorus and Margery 
Milne show in The World of Night (Harper 


& Bros. Pp. 248. Illus. 
of us have explored the night 


$3.75). 
Perhaps we 


Yet few 


Have not realized that the human eye, once it has opened wide 
and once the sensitive pigment reaches full concentration, 


which takes some 45 minutes, 


can see almost as well as an 


owl or a lynx, and better than a rabbit or whippoorwill.” 


THEIR EXTENSIVE trav- 
els permit the Milnes to intro- 
duce not only the common 
nocturnal creatures of a fa- 
miliar world, the shores of 
fresh water ponds and the sea 
beaches. the city and the for- 
ests, but also the strange 
ereatures of unfamiliar 
worlds—the desert, tropical 
jungles, caves, the oceans 
depths and the polar night 
Sample the nightlife where 
you are! 

Auguste Piccard’s adven 
tures are concerned quite as 
much with scientific and en 
gineering problems in con 
structing the high-altitude 
balloon and the deep-diving 
halloon or bathyscape as with 
the world of the stratosphere 
or at 594 to 1700 fathoms 
down in the ocean. 


IN A MORE popularly writ 
ten book. Man and the Un- 
derwater World, the French 
authors, Pierre de Latil (jour- 
nalist) and Jean Rivoire 
(deep-sea diving expert) re- 
count the history of man’s 
explorations of underwater 
realms from the ancient 
Greeks to the 1954 dives of 
Houot and Willm in Piccard’s 
F.N.R.1. 3 

Latil and Rivoire include 
myth and folklore, along with 
science and _ exploration, 
deep-sea trawling, depth div- 
ing and skin diving, subma- 
rines and a glimpse into the 
ture. A jong and fascinating 
history has been woven with 
a maximum of significant and 
interesting facts and anec- 
dotes 

Palican in the Wilderness 
(Random House. Pp. 380. Illus- 
$5) has the rare quality of 
offering adventure and dis- 
covery within our own not- 
too-familiar landscape F. 
Fraser Darling, a _ British 
ecologist and naturalist. was 
given a grant by the Rocke- 
feller Foundation to travel in 
America. 


IN A SERIES of trips, he 
crossed the country from 
East to West, from Canada 
to Florida, and penetrated to 
Mexico and Alaska. In com- 
pany with the best specialists 
in each field that this country 
could produce, he explored 
farm and range land, dese:t 
and forest, from the tropics 
to the Arctic, 

Here is what he saw, com- 
pounded with a delightful 
British sense of humor, a real 
affection for America, a deep 


ON THE BEAUTIFUL 


PATUXENT 


insight into natural and hu- 
man ecology and a facile lit- 
erary style. It is indeed a 
naturalist’s odyssey on North 
America, a thoroughly worth- 
while and enjoyable book, 
whether one reads to be in- 
formed or to be entertained. 
You must not miss it. 


THE ARCTIC and the Es- 
kimo are featured in two 
more books. In Land of the 
Long Day (Henry Holt & Co. 
Pp. 261. Illus. $4) Doug Wil- 
kinson, who has already won 
acclaim with documentary 
films of Eskimos, tells of a 
year spent as a son of Idlouk, 
a successful and energetic 
Eskimo living at the north of 
Baffin Island 

He conveys a stark and 
vivid picture of primitive Es- 
kimo life, with telling reports 
of hunting for days and 
weeks in the Arctic night, of 
stormy davs and nights in the 
open without food. of long 
periods without fire, eating 
raw seal meat, frozen carti- 
bou, rotten fish and muktuk 
(the thick outer skin of the 
narwhal). of stern hunts and 
incredible hardship 

Wilkinson was not con- 
cerned to find personal ad- 
venture, although he cef- 
tainly did. He went to un- 
derstand the Eskimo and his 
problems, in order to know 
what may be done to help 
them without undermining 
their own culture. 

Quite a different book is 
Arctic Wilderness. Robert 
Marshall worked actively for 
wilderness preservation and 
he was anxious to see much 
of Alaska saved from destruc- 
tion. His book, however, is 
primarily a very personal 
evaluation of his own wilder- 
ness adventuring 

Sigurd F. Olson will always 
he honored for his staunch 
fight to preserve the wilder- 
ness character of the Quetico- 
Superior Country In 
Singing Wilderness (Alfred 
A. Knopf. Pp. 245. Illus. 
$4), he writes with unaffected 
modesty of what this and 
other wildernesses have 
meant to him—in winter and 
summer, on foot or by canoe, 
the forests and lakes, the 
birds and animals. 

He is an experienced nat- 
uralist, completely alert to 
wilderness doings, yet here 
he writes not of the ecology 
of ermine or wolverine, but 

“of how they make me feel 
and how they contribute to 
the character and quality of 
wilderness.” 


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Dryer 
1956. _* Nationally Famous 199.95 
Square Tub Wringer Washer. 


‘ex RCA 34-H.P. 

Air Conditioner 

a gay Bn geer of 
5199 


Specio! for Govt. Employees. 


TODAY SUNDAY 


189.95 21° 1955 CBS table 
model television $79 


299.95 1955 Emerson 21" console $129 


< on swivel base, mohegeny cabinet 


329.95 Sylvania deluxe console, 21° 1 A® 


cluminized tube, hele light 


299.95 1956 Hallicrefter 
- ‘ $119 


1 console 

239.95 1955 Emerson 21" blende 

toble model, aluminized tube $98 
249.95 21° Philee console, 1956 

mode! with fingertia tuning $144 
259.95 21° Sylvenie teble model, mohocony 
weed cabinet, 

cluminized tube 

149.95 19546 General Electric 21” 26 
table model, caluminired tube $1 
979.95 21” Philee 1956 swivel 

console, tom touch tuning $149 
349.95 19546 21” Capeheart, 3 speckers, bi 
fi console, cluminized tube ond 

filler screen $14 


209.95 1955 RCA Super Series, 21° table 


model, cluminized tube, 

filler screen $149 
149.95 21° Admiral teble model clumin- 
jzed twhe, top 

tuning 

1,000.00 Capeheart, hi-fi, AM-FM radio, three 
speed automatic phonograph, record storege 
spece, dovble 12° speckers, 388 
aluminized tube 

359.95 Sylvenia super deluxe chessis, hole 
light, aluminized 

tube 


29.95 Admiral 21" 1956 table 
pas onl push butten controls, 
aluminized tube, filter screen 
419.95 Nationally advertised a 
console, cluminized tube, filter 
screen, deluxe chassis sive 
299.95 Capehart Hi-Fi 21” television 
oluminized tube and three speckers $139 
289.95 1956 Philee swivel-model console, 21” 
picture, aluminized tube, filter 
screen, fingertip tuning $169 
379.95 1956 Phileo, 21” aluminized picture 
tube, filter screen, fingertip tuning, micro- 
grid 390 chessis, top touch 
tuning $219 
259.95 RCA 21" swivel console, 68 
aluminized tube, filter screen $1 
1956 General Electric portable television re- 
ceiver with handle end brightly 
colored carrying case 
179.95 WNetienally advertised 17" portable 
television with hendle 
carrying cose 
339.95 1956 Philee deluxe console top touch 


— cluminized tube ond filter $199 


RA "91" console, mahogany weed cabinet, 
aluminized tube end 

filter screen 

359.95 1956 21° Capehart deluxe console, 
three soeckers, aluminized tube, filter screen, 


beoutiful mehogony 9 149 


coh net 

299.95 1956 CBS 21” console, aluminized 
tube, filter screen mahoogeny 

weed cobinet $1 i9 
249.95 1956 Matienally advertised 21° blende 
toble model, oluminized 

tube filter screen 


2779 95 1955 Emerson 21" console $98 


aluminized tube 
299.95 Hollicratter 21” table model, $79 
cluminired tube 


229 9S 1936 Admire! 21" console, $148 


cluminized tube, top tuning 

229.95 21° General Electric 1955 

mode!, ehony cabinet, table model $96 
349.95 CBS consele, deluxe chassis, clumin 
ized tube, 

filter screen $139 
409.95 24” nationally advertised, 1956 model, 
with eluminized tube, filter screen ond me- 
hogary wood cabinet 

console $159 


269.95 24" Capchert tt $169 


television 


369.95 Admiral, 1955 model. 24” ey 


jew aeggece A picture bene op filter screen, 0 r n 
ning, moahogeny w $1 69 M to ola 17-] 7 TVs 


cabinet 
249.95 CBS deluxe, blonde, eluminized pic- 


ture tube ond filter 

sac oe C 
397.95 1956 nationally advertised 21” 3.- 0 od 
wey combinetion, civminized tubé, 3-speed 

evtometic phonograph, and beov- $188 21 In. 


tiful sounding radio 


19535 21" Aamirel 

ROT aT : G.E., RCA, Philco, 
Mego Re c Capehart and Admiral. 
549.95 Nationally advertised 21" Hi-Fi AM. Table models and 
FMA combination, three. $349 consoles. 


speed phonograph 


Special Group 


Trade-In 


*12 


Odds and 


SPECIALS - Washington Warehouse, Sunday ONLY 


‘ e L cg W 3 3. ? oO New 1956 Special Group 


Special Group! 


Ends 


of New 


AIR 
CONDITONERS 


138 


599.95 1956 WNatienclly advertised model, 


Im redio and three-speed phone.” € IO LOWEST PRICE EVER! 


graph, 17° tube 
299.95 Nationally advertised three-wey com- E TIN 
bination, redic, three-speed avte- $148 


matic phonograph, 17" tube ag, é 
whet Tn ase" met™ “gggq | | AUTOMATIC TOASTER Ty 
nation with rodio and three- $299 7” 


speed covtometic phone 


wood cabinet, console, aluminized $179 
tube and filler screen 

299 95 1956 Emerson deluxe console. 721” 
screen, aluminized tube, $139 


‘169.95 1956 Motercle 21” table 

medel, stented tei 3 $129 Reg. oR 

269.95 721 RCA Super Series, $179 o 
21.95 


Never hefore ha< a top national brand been ori 


Nationally edvertised console this low! Fully automatic pop-up model; toasts ligh 
; $s gn, 

Filter moh 
il screen, ogory $109 medium or dark pops up and shuts off auto- 


wood cabinet 
339.95 21° Sylvenia, 1956 medel, with hale 
light, aluminized tube, mahogany $149 1956 model Limit 2 to a customer 


matically when toast is done Easy to clean. New 


ced 


cf “areg 
BE 


wood 


189.95 cA 1955 21" $129 


toble model 


299.95 General Electric 21" console 

cluminized tube, filter screen $199 HIGH-FIDELITY 
CAPEHART 1956. Hi-Fi, AM % Combination; 
built-in tape recorder, 

4 speakers; 12-tube radio; mahogany, 


nde or cherry finish 


499.95 Admiral 21" 1955 3-wey combinction, 
eluminized tube, filter screen three speed noes Now CBS 3-WAY Combination a... FM todio; 
sank, sdened etevece J speed evtometic phonograph; fomous | $127 
asm ’ . $249 nel dval speckers; mahogeny or cioads 
be 69.95 WNationelly Advertised 19546 12-tube, AM-FM 
ee pe once toble $1 19 Combination, Hi-fi 3 speckers, ' $169 
379.95 1956 Sylvenia. 21” le, elumi <opeed geesseres , 
; tpn ae_. 399.95 1956 Hi-Fi AM-FM Combinetion, 12 tubes 
ized tube, filter screen, built-in UHF tener, ’ 
hele lieht. beoutiful GARRARD j-speed ployer, 3 speckers; $169 
eo so, — 1 beautiful cabinet 
h n cabinet 
manogony 249.95 1956 AM.Fm Combinetion, 3-speed $88 
phonograph, mahogany wood console 


199 9S 1956 Radic-Phonograph, wood $77 


REFRIGERATORS 


499.95 Servel electric, 10.5 cubic feet ca- 
pacity, double door refrigerator with evte- 
metic defrost and evtemetic $ 

ice moker 199 
299.95 Hotpoint 105 able feot refrigerator 
with automatic defgost, shelves on $] 49 
door, large freezer, crispers . 

299.95 1956 Nationally advertised 10.5 cv. 
ft. deluxe refrigerator $ 

with avtematic defrost ' 217 
649.95 Kelvineter $ 
Fooderama 477 
299.95 1956 Philce 10.5 cu. f. refrigerator 
with large freezer, crispers, $ 99 
shelves on door ] 
299.95 Admiral, 9:5 cv. f. refrig- 

erater with avtomatic defrost $] 57 
299.95 Nerge 10.5 cv. f. evte- $158 
matic defrost refrigerator 

299.95 Kelvinator 10.5 cv. f. $ 

1956 refrigerator 209 
349.95 1956 Philco deluxe, lerge shelves on 
door, crispers, lerge freezer $ 
some ap 229 
299.95 11 cw. f. Philo tefrigerater, with 
large cross-top freezer, 

on doors, crispers : 

549.95 13 ow. ff. Netionally advertised 
devble door deluxe grea | with 125 


large freezer on bottom, large 4 de 
et top, crispers, 
439.95 1956 deluxe double door refrig- 


399.95 Deepfree 104 ft. 
Automatic ae . £55 $199 


AND FREEZERS 


499.95 Hotpoint upside down freezer-refrig- 
ereter combinction, tremendous freezer 
across bottom, eutemetic defrost, $9 49 
shelves on door, crisper 

499.95 Hotpoint double doer automatic de- 
frost refrigerator, $ 

1) cw. f. copecity 229 
499.95 12 cv. f. Philce double door refrig- 
erator with lerge freezer, $ 
automatic defrost 266 
499.95 WNotienclly Advertised 14 cw. ff. 
De luxe Chest Freezer; with 

beskets and all de luxe features +] j 9 
349.95 Nationally Advertised 11 $] 77 
cu. . Upright Freezer 

339.95 Nationally Advertised 14 $ 

cu. ff. Upright Freezer 233 
499.95 DEEPFREEZE 16 cv. fF. Upright 
Freezer; Washington $ 
Warehouse Only 248 
299.95 Nationally Advertised 

7 ov. f. Upright Freezer *169 
399.95 WNetienolly Advertised 13 cw. 
Upright Freezer; shelves on $ 

deer cod baskets . O14 
499.95 Nationally Advertised 17 cu. ff. 
Upright Freezer; shelves on door 

ond beskets ..... $248 
499.95 HOTPOINT 17 cw. A De Luxe Freezer; 
all-cluminum interior and $ 
ae ae 267 
549.95 PHILCO is cv. ff. De lene Freezer; 
with baskets and separate fast- 

599.95 Nationally Advertised 1 

cu. ff. Upright Freezer; de luxe. $329 
349.95 Nationally Advertised 

9 cv. ft. Chest Freezer $169 
399.95 DEEPFREEZE 12 «vv. . Upright 
Freezer, ot beth warehouses «$y 88 


co console combinction. Both warehouses only 

AIR NDITIONERS a 95 oe 7 Advertised, A yee imported Hi- 

|. AM- ‘ W-LM; direct built ¢ i 

scat - ate ps aamette 6. $148 tpeed evtomoti «Aon ys Me "$299 
©-boy™ d bi 

ee are eee Ome $149 329 995 1956 World. Famous Hi-Ai Combinetion AM-FM, 


ee... it a $177 : ot Sen record storege spoce, > ] Ss 


1936 7a Amp ; 
SYLVANIA 1956 Fi-Fi Console; excellent sound, 
3978.00 Super Deluxe, 1-H.P., Flush Window speed gonery phonegraph, beovtiful $l 48 


Medel; thermostet; heat; super $239 modern cabin 
249.95 ADMIRAL Hi-Fi Console; J-speed $88 


cool control 
1956 Nationally Advertised, 1-4.P.. Flush 
automotic phonooraph 


Mount; thermostat; very compact $21 9 EMERSON 1956 Hi-Fi Weed Console; $77 


cabinet design 


485.00 


phonograph, 4 speckers; 
beovtiful cabinet 
179.95 ZENITH 1956 Hi-Fi Console; 


4-5 
19 


3 speckers 


player, 
Werld-Femeus imported Hi FL 


FM Combinetion; built-in ber Speed 
ovtomatic phonograph 
485.00 ZENITH Ultra Hi-Fi, AM-FM 
Combinetion; 4 


199.95 


speed 
1956 Dumont 


hogeny cabinet, duel tone control, three 


speed 


automatic phonogroph and 45 spindle 
nes 95 Webcoh Hi-Fi console, three-speed avteo- 


c phonograph, mahogony wood cabinet 
389. 95 ZENITH Hi-Fi, low bey style, AM-FM console, 
four-speed str@bescope eutometic phone- 


graph 


with inleid leather toe 


199.95 1956 Emerson redic 
phonograph console 

169.95 RCA Hi-Fi console, three-speed 
evtometc phonograph 


* "$349 


bio 
CAPEHART 19 Hi-Fi Console; J-speed 


-$is9 


$139 
$98 


$129 
$88 
$99 


19356 Nationally Advertised, ‘2-H.P., $199 3 speed automatic phonograph 
Ta Amp. Casement Window 


399.95 WNationelly Advertised % $136 


a 
299.95 ADMIRAL 1955 14-4.P_ Plush 
Mount with thermostot $158 219.95 Norge 1956 Electric Dryer— $] 06 
349.95 Notionolly Advertised 1955 
14-4 P. with thermostat $138 110 or 220 vols 
369.95 NEW 1956 %4-H.F. Plush Mount top 319.95 RCA Whi } 1956 $ 
roted model with ermpos 919 
thermostot $209 “Supreme” Automatic Washer 
19356 CHRYSLER %-HP.. Casement $199 


Window Model, with thermostat i 
1955 CHRYSLER \2-H.P., Cosement $177 199.98 en ol Retanete $99 
crie yer 


ae Model 

546 Nati i verti 

ay aoe Be wtpapsa Rabies. $179 349.95 Nerge 1956 De luxe Fully $9929 
9S CHRYSLER 1-H.P. Fly 

iced call Gitieedind sh $269.95 Automatic Washer , 

499.93 1956 2-49. De luxe Air $258 339.95 RCA Whirlpool 1956 $9209 


Conditioner, with thermostat L 
34995 ACA 1955 AHP. De tuxe Flush Avtemeotic Washer . 


Mount, hi-le speed fon, thermostat, 
ush-button control yey, 4199 229.95 Homilten 1956 Automatic Electric $137 


heot, pus 
329 50 —_ yo Be os wm gee rey wi $199 Dryer, heat control & evte. timer 

. Be tune Windew 289.95 Norge 1956 Avtemati Blectric $ 

theoniciaie yg $169 Wesher with the famous Nerge 199 
vy ; a Flush Window $199 re-sudser. 

. thermestet 

399.95 COOLERATOR, 1956, 1-4P. Ai , 
ditiener. Flush Meunt with sane ‘ RCA Whirlpool 19564 Avwtemetic $159 
thermostat 179 Electric Wesher—94b. load .. 


369.95 HP, C ; w 
Model, hi-le firm g mr or = "3299 95 RCA Whirlpeo! 1956 Avtomatic $128 


thermostat . 
349.95 RCA’ New 1955 he Cota Electric 9-b. leed Dryer .... 


al en nA A Cae sian a, 


RANGES (47 


199.95 WORGE 36-inch Ges Range with $ 


Autametie Clock Readies “= 
ADMIRAL and — 3-Speed Avtometic 
Portable ; 
7.95 folding A Paes Chairs with 
Seren Seet and Bock 
ph Aluminum Steck Chair with webbed 
235 insulated 1-Gallon Picnic 
69.95 te 99.95 GE, Lewyt end Universel 
ae 9?" Vecuems with ettachments 
FEDDERS 


&[(OMORROW— MONDAY 
AT All 3 TODD'S 


BOTH WAREHOUSES ONLY)” | 


— 


279.95 


259.95 


199.95 


299.95 


249.95 


289.95 


249.95 


199.95 


199.95 


159.95 


129.95 


hn ah one WASHERS AND DRYERS 


Hotpoint Automate 
Washer 


Nerge Automate 
Washer 


Whirlpee! Automate 
Electric Dryer 

Maytog %-peund Automati«e 
Washer 


RCA Whirlpee! Automatic 
Washer 


Nerge Super De luxe Avte- 
matic 4-wey Ges Dryer 


Hotpeint Autometic Electric Dryer 
with weter flew ection ..... 


Notionally advertised squere tub 
de luxe Wringer-Washer 


Blockstone sper de luxe 


Mayteg 
Wringer-Wesher , 
Nationelly edvertised 
Wringer-Wesher . 


158 
*129 
+99 


4159 


+129 
188 
" $119 
$99 
+88 


m0 Ravers en = ee PARK 


even deer 


449.95 KELVIN Double Oven De Luxe | : ~ 
5 KELVINATOR 40-inch Oven De | Why Pay More for Furniture? FREE 7 


Si Ghose itt wan 242] | HOLLYWOOD HEADBOARD 


eres; roisable deepwell 
289.95 HOTPOINT 29%-in. Electric Range with top 


timer; automatic appliance ovtlet 


push-button controls; electric clock "$s $199 OUTFIT | Reg. oan 


30-inch RCA Estate 
Ges Range 


motic deck end timer; applionce 


outlet; gloss even door 


199.95 RCA Estate 36-inch Electric Range. $139 


44.95 12-inch 2-Speed 
Hassock Fan ... 


49.95 Hi-Velecity All 
Purpese Fan, 12-inch, 2-speed 


‘ 


bhGb Geteete Mestabie or ee 


TOMORROW MONDAY 


é 
- 


229.95 RCA De Luxe 36-inch "129 | | 95 
asl | gts 39 


® Twin Size @ Innerspring Mattress ® Box 
Spring with legs ®@ ef ceed Head- 
board in Eggshell. 


MODERN BEDROOM PIECES. sony Stock 
SEAFOAM FINISH 


70.00 Dresser & 60.00 4-Drawer % 
35.00, Dovible — 00 Ni , . 
Bed - OFF 


19.95 
cam er maedat T1056 OH 


a eed “tex Serna Serres 26% te 50% Off 


lith & F Streets N.W. 


USE TODD'S aan PAY PLAN 


DOWNTOWN STORE 


WASHINGTON WAREHOUSE 
25th & G Streets N.W. 


127 North Pitt Street 


ALES ANAM A WAREHOUSE 


The Washinaton 


Times Herald 


ct lassified Advertis 


Ine 


GENERAL NEWS 


SECTION D 


SUNDAY, MAY 27, 


1956 


PA G E D IT 


fine innerspring ma 


ARTICLES FOR SALE 


THE WASHINGTON POST | eect 9) LOST 4 | ARTICLES FOR SALE 12! ARTICLES FOR SALE 12) 12 
is ce cocbarte. RRO REN EET os —————_—_—_————_—_——— 
A he Se Pe at FURNITURE | Seta, Sitters Satie!) OFTICE FURNIE 
urn nancing 4 to) 4 A be ; a vee 
TIMES HERALD 2,0, m. MARICK CONST "CO | for "{nformetion fit Soehoa 4h ye oe Oy ae eee AS 
-&2 75; ; 2: ecn ‘ ‘ 
Local Rates j-4abi, Johnson. 3 ROOMS $10: sofa-bed. $49: bed. $5: Lax-| Used, 200 Desks All bites 
Per Washington ana Pointe | ARCO CONTRACTORS, INC. | GLASSES—Child’s brown and _yel- | Slhewsr bed, $12 round oak table So gieel anc Wood 
within 50 miles of the Districs | SPecializing in OU 7 sD low case. Wit. of Janney hoo! BRAND NEW ) 3- wicker set, $20; Lawson Letter Piles. — 
of Columbia and qo yt “4 ; D BY May 25. WO, 78. Reward sofa maple desk ~ chair, $15 300 Chairs ‘% He 
The one-time rate. 60¢ per line. DEPARTMENT ” in BUILDIS 7 HAND AG Jad " . oe Mea ° FOR ONLY | leather-top coffee table. $15: coil 20 Bafes—850 Up 
applies on skip ads or irrecular 7 n em ~ a 7 frown, on - vic er Want Resu ts | apring. $5: kitchen a $i5: wine Tabies—Bookcases— Ts 
on Suilding. RE 2280 After 6:30 ght: cofitains Soc. Sec ’ ’ les ; 
insertions. Minimum ad te two N > - 4 chair $10: sofa end chair. $40 New and Used—#$25 tock 
nes RES aS card an vimporiani rec sofa and chair. reupho!. $69 up to Choose From am , Savints 
The following rates are for con- BEAUTIFY | a ._Reward M 663,__ mel ippteriat ape gt slipcor TRee DELI IVER D 
secutive inserti : ARA — t . er ‘ ' do retinisni N 
accuuee seowens . | i ay ue, ” oP , A Re B ° 52 246 Li NO MONEY DOWN cabinet work. anti . restoring 639 New Y By Ak adit cs. 
ce time times times MODERNIZE PARAMES?. bine. 2 ra. 44. 40. ring , More ines Easy Terms, Free Delivery | repsiring. draperies ete. No 3 9 New York Ave. N 
€0c 54c 48c tom small or too ce. Easy termes 
- " , | PROVE JK, _4-4239 aapemeey SWANK FURN Hoffman cuphels erers, 2447 18th Lt 
ords Lines time times times | MA PARAKEET—Not anded excel , st. AS i Bice 
10 2 120 324 678 | talker; owned » bin 4 sith vi 1115 H ST. NE FURN —For 3-rm bh md. like Office - r 
15 3 1820 486 10.08 | YO ewisdale- Parkiaxn. #10 rew ward ‘ _——ys LA_ 6-4091. : bat to J Uu n. 
4 240 648 1346 | UR HOME Li. 3-8700 | 
TE BEYOND RETAIL | A T—Biue. male. answers Results come in with special s when you place a - N—Mahog. Inlaid din. table : , 
TRADING ZON | Tommy. Reward. EM. ~2208 79. TURN —Dedrm. 90h, 5 plage, come rocker Washington's Best 
(50 mile radius of Washington) | Pa AKEET—Turquoise. ans want ad in the big weekend t Ad Sections—Sat- plete; best ater, RA. 6-2756 chair 85: mahop dresser $5 , 
S3c Per Line NEY | q matenie” vic Bren Mar Pk rL ' FURN.—Bedrm mov- end ant a $i- radio-comd. *+15.| Values in good recondi- 
iin es | 4-1878 urday and Sunday—in The Wadbieanon Post and | ing to Sr cee 3 tioned ‘office furnitdr 
PHONE RE. 7-1234 DOWN rarmouy, Bom, IR: ani bere Tienes Heecale |Fhnetide® Shaina She putomgeis fore k, ak | of a ees. Sak Gee 
; BIN, with dangline inftiaieg disk | ow mn © - FURN.—-Din Dun- 
es joe see 5 thes & ) ati % on 7 Jelie eft's. ‘ ) pad, vei s w/ slincover. $68 : fae ean Phrfe vai. ay ae and table Stock Before You Buy. 
NDA . . O PAY anklin mon . eas ve. or > : es. 
ON PHA TERMS ‘Ise Georgetown: _ senti- That's why le placed 52,246 MORE lines | Foo, 8 }exrel, cond. RAdie~ Pie ate 
Darl or. 4:30 PM mental value Reward. of fied ads the W P nd | one. am SPECIAL! 
preyed at classi I vertisin in e ashington ost a : ; ook Can 3 
RISING | pet. 7th-i3th fio Sess  hebde Times Herald last pos Fe than in April, 1955. At the ee | ee ee Get For) Beautiful walnut 8’x3’6" 
KI SCHOOL © KING cores Militar; | dinette set. sewin machine ne. 5 
. INTER! ie. | Academy. 1955, biue . with same time, the other 7-day paper lost 16,924 lines and | v rollaway be chest of ate : conference table, $! 73. 
| BANDA cena ognees. initials M. the 3rd paper lost 66,792 lines. b + as ine. ge ' 
|. pe SUNGLASSES—Prescription. ight Lear "uke ‘new. ir 18 PIECES EXTRA SPECIAL! 
PONT AND BUTCH ROT pose Sraase. y 16. Reward WO.| abies snd sofa. a Call IE B d- N -~ FE Our New Furniture S le 
° |FURN Nolan, abbot beige tote! Brand-New Furniture, Our Ne . 
THE FINEST WORKMANSHIP pf2TLt, rato Re ty or The Washington Post and Times Herald is the ‘Sint and a SPC. BEDRM. at ad is still in progress. Buy 
cis Girl, containe snapshot folder only paper in town that published more ads last | NITURE ape LiVinG hi SUTte. grade-A steel arid wood 
edie mA « 33-384 Ae See tady Hasilion. Fleck ofea month than in April, 1955. Actually, 4,086 more, Ww office furniture at huge 
mats while othe pers lost want ad SRAND.NE | NO MONEY DOWN 
PROMPT WORK wit mistake “Sis ue JE 5 r ws .. - NOE DR EASY PAYMENTS discounts. 
XP RBar aPACTION Wednesday nicht’ please" contatt| beype COM | FREE DELIVERY 
7 OL scay nis piease con + 
ae: WHSON. JA. 7-043 5-PC. LIVING ROOM | SAM BROWN’S | 
a vRist atch Ladies Bulova. be- "BR Be ITU B , 
Ww : st arendon_ Bank. ‘ | 
many. satisfied c check with oar Ar. May 17. Reward. JA. 8-9108 Phone RE ublic 7-1234 ALL THREE ROOMS 1209 Bove USINeSS 
whe are amone the most tmoor- Sryetee. Lady Bigs, Langley p | (Anacostia) cise F . 
Bae tant families in Washineton. va 78 her Dally "ti ¢: Saturday” “7 urniture Sales 
Busi 7 sonits 55-542 | FIT | 10A ABY Brak DELIVER FURNITURE 472 L St. NW. ME. 8.1586 
Rusinéss Property ......... 47.54 CALL NOW OCKER em. butt T P| Yo r W t Ad ALF ERSTEIN’ (100 Yds east of Center Market 
Bisiness Service ......... ae TA. 9-1570 go! sisi Bee i) ace U an | 1020 7TH ST. NW Por Your os — 
Construction Equipment ..... 84 PERSONALS ! NA ~ eal ALL BRAN NEW | anaan Used. Wurlitser spinet 
Child Care .<........ eves 30-31) M. N. Schiff Co. /AgCOU INTANT—Retired. wants part Daily 9-6: Mon. and Thurs... 9-9 | Consisting of sofa. match-| late model. for sale at a worth- 
Coenvolescent Memes .. . 32) Bet. 28 years ame books. or clerical. P. O. Box FURN.—Bedrm. set. walnut, exc ing chair, j-end tabies 3 lamps ne sav over the new price: 
voters ete 2-8 ee 974. B. F. Bia. D.C. cond.. $75; wing back chair, Rose Meplé dresser, plus mirror,| jm food copevion of H Mr. Satter. 
Dogs and Pets .......... 76-77 * AAMES WEDDING PRIN broadioom rus, 9x12. 1 pr. drapes.| Chest of drawers, 4-poster bed) %4.°° ms " , AN'S, corner 
96-72 | pooh Sree | INGE ATIONS —ANNOUNCEM £3 in. TA. 9-3462.__ CSR Serine Ene menos tN Eloctre ; 
SS seseesegocees BRICK & CEMENT WORK. Smai) NAPKINS, PLATES. CUPS. DEC'NS FURN —Reas retiring to Fie Fur- S-piece dinetie set. ORGAN—Electronje spinet _ model, 
Form Machinery $3 _jobs a speciaity, AD. 2-3840 PA T 1496 H ST. NE Li. 7.3303 nishings of . ine G a ae ae f- Sartre 1330 
. ADULTS8—Piano. j formi gossip heneh 2 "hath Cenear Chi 
Form and Garden .....>. $2 BRICK WORK—Al! tyes. Also ce- Ah LTS—Piano: new class forming. | adsle Throne chairs. 1i-pc. | ORGAN Weaver: excellent con 
- 5661A) 50 58-6063 | furnished. ST. 3-7920. 9-6 week-| mat exe din. rm. suite. ike "Seq, The Difference” ; a ws Gat inet, “il sacrie 
Found 2... cece snenees 10A BRICK WORK—Walls, garages. c SE A GOOD ‘R—Keith Sys- _ bargains. 1503" N mpd s0n a Ari. Bude ~ pose DS? pro he nde! Le jens ona 
ie Wanted ......ccse0s 1$-18 | terations, repsirs, JE. 2-4464, "| tem’s_seit- Dp DRINER—Keith Sys ARTICLES FOR SALE 12| ARTICLES FOR SALE 12| ARTICLES FOR SALE 12) Ma tA 2:9989 _— a “| FURNITURE MART {| prism HARRY L. ABRA 
Horses, livestock ......... 76A BRICKWORK ‘1 with Capitol ey Tang, Rcnoot sy Fines. $10: 218 King St. Alex. Va. | 
Conn. ave. NO. 7-3666 ANTIOU ABY FURN. Rand apis banie. we $9082 | 1. #9 —Gri By nelaimed: Char} 
Houses for Rent ........ 40-43A Have neighbors praise your brick- BUILDING PLANS made for homes. fo big 4 tth rough IBS—8torkline. ee tt SREY ¢.| “Bs emioet 38 SALE ‘| Open Mon. and Fri. Wights | teift: manor “excel cond $450. 
Mewses fer Sele .......... 64-67 Fork. Jobs done by skilled brick- Arlington, Fairfax. Professional ex-| and refinished pine chests. sinks.| laby—other famous ma eiee FURN. —Double bed. ex. plensth. el. / warts . , = . 
eens te Dulld . 63 levers ,ppecial izing in alterations | perience: Seasonabie. JE. 2-0382. | Be le-top stands, bles. chairs. sore savings—$14 95, | fully en | oeeh’ Goa coring. | nae aa se 40 re rental 
~- Mae h Jobs. Gav or nigth.. Pree ae eee ormeriy se 66 prey =... Also ons ae tre $73, and up ua $275 rom $75.| Tremendous savings on brand- “new | frame. $157 new. w Slake “ol offer EM tioned anos. “Budeet terms 
Instructions 6... «ss us 14-144 HERMAN H. GOLDSTEIN fant that you call or write Makert| Meissen. -ru trames—all sizes.| PLAY =. oveve " AL, 2019 14th at.nw better-srede — “din. ron ay 32-72%. | pe 1hoG 7- 
Investment Property ..... 62-62A JO SP. 3-AIR7 Howell. P. O. Box 27. Sterling, Va Bis savings in lia mountings Pa Lis es Ehie ~y ae A brands; movie ©@.| 4 merican. faites and French Y | GARDEN | TRACTOR —Cultivator and Bogan? pine. very 
Leeal Notices ac yee neta ms fini she ~ | Herndon 4-J-13 WAL R AN ae SH : feeding tables ees ped ber Co, v anf tre SS vincial i olid cherry. birch a Sickle bar. good cond. $150 or best’ Prato i a8. Call dE 
Sees ie Brenner's, 933 Pa. ave. - a. erty DAY AND EVENING CLAGSES — nat 8 Goon — shop nes | Aue me a ee Weg A sand ‘612-88 1 M 7 complete. ah.. etc. Our —e ” otpeae enabies he ~>- J peak, at. 3-5, Sun 3062 Utah JE. 2 
. eee. . : - us to sell qualit urnitur t - 
Lots 72-74 ‘sarshes a mall tobe "AD. 2-8854 LABORATORY TECH. RA. 3-008 8 a see etaa| a BABY TON | writer sa a "olter. EM. 3- i, Without exaggerated GAS RANGE —Teee Cnet, ¢ an: "ater a t with oe ie aes: 
ae cveedracoede . 1s mn . arr spinet © ne In like- 
Machinery and Toels ....... 834 CONCR Includes all micfoscopic exams JA. ond 
Ap BR ia cab‘geseall scien a Cael) dee aie ce edlsl| MEMORIAL BAY SALE | Bah aaa Bee OURT ee eg fae | ais an mx k TO ie A ese I CT 
75 ; , ih St. NW. RY i ndition one Hay 
Moving end Storage .....-.. 39 CONCRETE—Pirs.. walks, steps. No| $cienee is creating big demand ABIES’ DISCOU ’ sai a pp ou appretiate. SP. 3-4762 market 230 evenings or weeke- 
: . bt -207! for qualified techs. in the field J THR FURNI t 
Official Notices ... .....-605s Ss eb Re : ieli_or large. ST. 3-2078. and offering greater opp igher a nt any WEDNESDAY | Tents. sround cloths. mess kite. +... ry U ae bey , GAS RAN GE—Practically nee new. incl PLANOS—U, 
Office Space 46 done at home. AP. 7-1467, income and prestige to men and pieces of glass, china and bric-s- PARADISE ponchos (25c) torn, compasses.) cabinets ‘sm. 84 "oi won| table. 6180 JA "Sieslaatow cond 4 s 
POCO . cee ewwnnnne ELECTRICAL Woann women who qualify. Easy payments! (rae Overlay. Cranberry. Vase- sleeping bass. etc We rent s4: 5- Took gat,’ torenianctan (ink ta We | oe Ion, + to $3 ~ se 
eee 11 “bend Georses wae arranged Gracs piacea. For info pne cased glass cut glass. > Betany, | 30 % —J70% OFF en Mt St. EX._3-3527) tabie, 82 ; Teor sek, formice-top ? LO. 5- 5923 elbitt. fence PIA: i ois 7th ai 
Persone! loons ........ ..ss 90A | FLOO CLE ANED, ed af rm WA ror pHys. aipes | Bristol. Satin, Bohem | L e green “vou! “frien Perfect 2-pc. liv. rm. set, 2s sec- GAS 2 P- Rew. used: cusran-| Bet ePare fhe library) OPEN 
tats there. xs TENDING. peAvishiag. soot OO NOT SUFFER PROM UNCOM-| Latsi, ‘Anberina Nalrs Bag; | Maj gisocert of the" genosuonsl | Smale tave-Pronch ‘ree nda chzx.| {ehe ace” Gorter? mateo’) JO in a fe Wk. eho | Mie et pager ae 
loons edocs . & — saneeen ) POR ABL M SHOES. bring pnomt to glass, slag. Daisy and Button “and | Children’ , » {eB.b0" wy mae st Walnut frames; $200. EM. 382.| comp., $50: 2 twin Holly ood beds GO CLUBS—3 matched Hagan pee Terps. 13th en pabe JOR- 
Real Estate for Sale ...... 64-75A Floor Cleanita Come a8 Guarantee 10 make ft) color Victorian pieces. All priced CITY DIRE RECTORY — 1956. or out.| comp. 865: 1 single Hollyw woods; 5 hickory sha irons. incl. eying a and © ss Aw 
a 6 a8) comfortably. We rebuild remodel $1 to 85. Vases. cruets. fieurines, lo pri bed. 39-in. $15: office desk. ige.| St8?P Maser gocseneee puller. ona — avy. Air Force 
Rooms eni 2 WONOPO eens eae bleaches &!! types of shoes & boots. New | (mer Te excel.| $25; apt. size washer, $10; bab 3815 are personne); Govern- 
" floors in one Yor Shoe Repairing & Remode! lamps, demitasse sete. compotes, Save up to % on all nat'ly adv —/ neh mer in exce vis 4 . J : 7 : ; ment and strict emploges 
Situations Wented ........ 19-22 BEISLER OP ‘ ng. 739 h st os sugar. shakers. syrups. punch brands ic ‘Cagriages. ‘Bunk. cond. Originally purchased for, ¢"' 10 unfin. chests, $11 ea.;| “Gimmons east corer teal moner on all kind 
Stores fer Rent 49 ree Ph PL 3. $787 | Bntr. pot in ey We aes bowls. Also Haviland. Limoges and ds. Btroiier ers. ue $325. Will sell for $125 or best ; - don ts. 3 be d. abies. eo 1 exeel cond, Cost he sell $150) instruments at wre PIANO MART. 
. s * os Sih, repatt,| OBA “ai PCOVERS. ma. ie ta Peveriea chins Marbte top pieces Beste Layette Be Rg iat agg Ae = | 1035 7 3 ge er 100 spinets. 
rafters... -++singes eee | toueh-up specialty James L.| order, Wide selec, fab fon | te. Bee our. ad dander turniture. YTHIN “fet aun [aes 4 and. miscellaneous at) walnut and Victorian “ngi8-838: f w-A0e ante y 
Teust Notes ...... Pos a6 - 61 Gekes CO 0650, \G enio, Ukelele. Man o-' Open daily 5 to 7 p. m turday. PRICES IN or st. naw. Post Op-| barbells, $10: wheelbarrow. | 7 
Vacation Places 75C NS. trees. gardens a2 ve-| lin Lessons—Polk singing. No Sunda and Wednesday. 116. m. to Takoma Pk 4 arden ollisetens. sa-83 JU. 3 
++ ee oe Estimates, JE. 4 Box JA Knowledge of “music necessary | BELL HINDS 412 East Huge discounts om Adult as - pen Our _}0-6,_weekds 4) Jia Kawa r 
Warehouses . 50-5 : ee loan of guitar it * ¥ Bumme rn eon —Mo leficth. 840: FURN. o—fReed porch or wine rm s —Adtustable type. sole-' 
cca moneas”” antan I G-ouinide wal setae} Eapesefiedion aomt, x" ai" WW.| $b Imiat thie one, it you| Booln tke | Ep bed Saeeh tend’ tap: tein | set comnating oa action, Prock| Bieied a SN aiid st ww:| 420% SOMA 8, FY, ak 
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— Pete sent ont peaerioe. 2 J eal for clans. weeding pe TN br come today, visit us Wednes . the Pabulous Pactory used ties, 8 "sao Aran, ede a lone. "Pee cond Price $40. Also nave Hot Fal mt% =r Pixs ¥ “ohne BT 3.8400 baa Ob) and 
. es 4 ; ee Be ubs ve ng par- er Bu- 2s : rs summer raperies never mee : oon (ANOS OR RENT — With in 
PAINTING and repair work. Int Hes ete LL 49237 4-762]. | ANTIQUES—-A new place to browse | per arene se at sth & CRIB — Complete with mattress. | goed. $1.25 par pt oe SS excel. cond.; best offer $-5094 00 
nd ott aE 4505, | | WIL Nor’ be respon 16s Tor 59 Italien, German Sa Praa rete ‘$20-_Ki_ 9- ny "| 3:7296. bet 110.59 pm. __ | swonse Old oma amen sell Piles ie 88 "AT 4-6300. 
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sepa “sathas than mys self GARNETT G ADAMS collectors items. Repairs on all/ Children’s Supermart | CRIB— Edison Ts mattress; like FURN,—Retiring “spam ane chess mn te < miperial jade, in- “s MA “ ming ain OPEN 
Lig a ae aes’ t. Aver, rm. $20: . a : NB __ — STUDIOS. afas m Be st Sth & NW. ew. $29. Call LU. 3- art objects, ort ru and| cense burner (rare). sacrif. Other Rei a ay 
Bibs AND PROPOSALS~©~—=C white mech. brad ebts np 4 responsibl le for gay) HO 23-2188. n : an. i er F Market) "til @ vondition. $68, 3 sOuainy. tn good | ao eae Extens ve oa ems KE 7-121 —— 5 Use Mey ‘erends. £195 Ps 
° r vone othe cs ——— — |} Ope con on ervstal o ae nn aries. | tet one Hamilton made br 
SIDS AND PROPOSALS fF —Injerlor & exterior: ist) RiGNY t?s6 Lyman Pl V. ANTIQUE CHAIRS—(2 sets) Stev-|__ SIAMOMD, 1 ohcarcl scltaue fine! Dit NW. Apt. 229. Mus. bet. I aad | “in, CANDIDS saad. Open| Pguis. 8190. 66. 3-6200 PIANO 
BIDs W | BE RECEIVED class work: free, estimates. r EW Nor —— Io one, spn is yA my — $< ce’ cream BAR—Na jaral-sedmood. e008 » = faa’ 'co. S57 roe. will sacrifice for “— 7 =< - ry sulin Bros. oy BA 10 »p. m, Wuer-| — a, By OPEN ‘TH W. ijust 
t 5. | ~ debts incurred by gny other th chatr.. dry sinks. chests. COUN- ) —Barm. set. sofa, ~ eee ° ye. ; — 
& the office of the State, oy only with 1936 A. Ae. ereelt Ja vas Crowder. Brod TRY 27 Corde f Be-| hide-a-bed 4 ry tin whl | DIAMONDS. - sold, watches snd 4 FCRW ~ a nana ANO. unclaimed ight. cf 
# Commission at Laure). Mary-| abies paper. JU. 8-1600, RA. 3-7393 pi ne. we, thesda. 5 houses east of “teorge- discarded jewelry of all kinds. Top N—Bdrm. set, dinette set. bach. KNOTTY rise PANELING. 13 conte Timech upright. perf. 
Fing to purchase the im- t a3 Pasatl “LEARN TO DR town rd. OL. 64-1034. BED AND LAMP. sel. Sealy Holly-| tats paid. New York Jewelry Co | ,opsts :| Spec. lot. ho | = opm, cond; Sees, ante and bers. 
roperties: peated o@, the sellouins | ceraping, GING — Fainting. | nee bi ADA el SE aid ANTIQUES & gifts., ree ring: oie SS egnenne mati se st. ne ) oles ar ate mateh _Wilson Biv | oai34 d 
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: ne ce 2 Roy Ee mot earnaGArn snestvock tas. with ¢ are hild while : other poe — _B¥ ~ ge med spring and 8 wes ma 35" seria ete: — cs. cost $3880. Sell | Bimatons, ee “Shoo aft ofe fi | LATHE—Se. Bend. Pete Mem. | ang $405. KI 9-138 mahoge 
2 rd Street. Diljon Pp a ee ping. Tmening Sod and aa free| 3-877. |. Soups. Sheffield fag enttteny | CaSth eu RW “y TURE Falls DINING —— — wee Prov. —Din. set 1s welnut Pl Bt. Ae. ; — ag a Fag um size Baide 
Valley Street. Ceda ’ ROMO ersong; maneat Smee. varen, ber fe-a-brac eine | Church, Va. 104 Pairfax "bt. } Ary as Gisen's, Oval test No. LAWNMOWER — Clemson ans ‘PUNO Boe ca he 2990 
-story brick . dwelling. | “o>. tems) © ~ 6350. exp. gxchanes f or lovely 2-rm. apt, Call ae nad ‘cae Adam pba smail| JE. 2-7: he! 5 a ape . te. 96 ens. chairs an of Ta: iso | mower, 16 in, prac. new. $11.50 te q mA ‘4 ee ran 
we are eensee oe =e PLASTERING-Patchine— New wr estes wwe} fuss, etc JA. §-3781, | BEDDING—New 39-in. single Holly-| 7-3025 aman ta - ’ offer JU. 8-2598. or bess 
owe” na D. "Line | work. LU $3 5654. AP. 7~4744 " | %Se: cuts. SOc. spemp-ware., ANTIQUES——Handsome brass an nd-| wood beds, consis®n - Ad box ss Lesses. 3. inch f err te Panos Used spinets, $195 and up; 
‘mprovements must be PLASTER REPAIRS a est.| Academy. 1306 06H 8 irseend irons, Chinese Temple jpoense! one, SO oe ates ey ‘sendition: i. Gall RAS 3: inetie set. sermice | t Prd? namie viewers for) BEw, spinets, 5a ; reconditioned 
pA) to the groune oar | et Eel AD. 4-8898: eves.. LU. EMEDIAL REA NG pernee, to pieces. reas.) Coda" at nw. direct ectly opp Ts 4 |= chrome #20; wicker oe re ene | 16 wi. see or Revere, $125) tment upr ~ ag 9 ee 
; ' | . “ , - — +s _—-=-4°e0. a ost ce. n Sun. ‘ " : cash. 2-9 ART. 1015 7th « 
bidding a = Rig | PLASTERING. | Painting, laree of ayers ot. Cig tes % = town. | eae tee tery teat RA 12. 0. 5‘ meekdars. ibe | oe RCo Oy EEe cell ton nate ~\ pe B Po a bees case, exc. LIGHTING FIXTURES ns if a. Serie ch ust fhe 
ed at the State ads Com- M rs Jas) | Sie _f e ; BPBY-—Good gone: 7 | Credenza. buffet, server. 6 chairs. FURN.—Must | x t once. Chest at) NO Before selectin uw 
ties must be bid indi- me owners cs rey. RA. 6-6464 TORING- Hick akent 8 sn 8 te 3380 otorale, used 3 2). = neil S| nursing homes. TA. 93-0652 ‘Ul. helo move, “oC 8. 9341. Pe 88. 25-810 at: Bios 3: 815-65; urlitzer electronic piano. on'y 
eh property to A Fl io eae, Oe guar house painting: | | lege subjects. Pre aration for BABY Ci RTA GE Tele a, | leries Ty aide. ail That haotelote » ee, om try 4620. 14th Bt Ww or ‘ $75. aS Sselitive y .. "aa1  scidadiaa iat 
fo m and accompanied by two cer- | modelin n A. 9-3113.| Crates oF Gi A SO- -9614. ally - | GEN cooker Dol kit. cabinet. Sel. bed. | 10 : | PIA (Standard upright srand’, 
ashier's checks: the first ROOF REP.—A! work sper . Paint- Pp st WF ee = 55 carTiaees. | ~ | DEN: : Adams! 5"hookcases. Lamps. Tank t vac Aa he Rae but in top cond: been rebuilt; 
‘a t bid th -2390 . M4: =| style. x64 ; extension leaves ype va urs.. ti 8 m om : 
second r he amount, of the guar= ai Fr ; ; iep bxgenaeed 4 Tied at the f aret NOME is atta | 86 92. Riek ch chairs. "3495: al new Cash oF ¢ a 3 ores. ond weekends. a oe = om Retr! Seg bi t ag rons fike 4H, |» $7 ov Siig oe ks eal er 
as specified on the bid form.) to 12 years on wor manship and| othilis of @ Deautiful) We beat all DIBCOUNTS lar Park te womses. Es. coi ater ~~ ee ew De—Recon Su MR 
ct one. PArkway 5-0690 mountain wher ur lov ——- pie hroe lat net, platform rocker and ot en,| sii - 
rAbp EXCHANGE. de- mntorie), Deen See — ets the very best of care. Night than ours. SCHUI aa Seer | Ma. c 7 ef rene hak ® = sec y. dinette set twin beds and eS a 7 ; madlax uke a $-40gh, 30" 96:08, 
sires ® concessionaire to operate my 2 Rd. 14-7500 | ShS. 28%, 24-hour nursing care. |Rany FURN.—Crib and dresse sem!-m com-|". ci ina closet chests, bY. 47370. __ MARINBA, Deagan student's modei.| Si-type uprights at « tubstantial 
ben. - SS . —— re BT Wisconsin Ave EM. 2-1122 Geesusey i tooh one. te rom | with mirror, vellow enamel. ver- lete. geod conde $300. t 3.0 | : gare . vr. oc. FURN.—Maple spool bed, mat- a so used Deasan’ vibrahare Gar.| *avings over the new orice: Also 
© contact fer aeer at Pt. Meade | wy io He + our good is our speciality ty. Ss en ane tg "ok. TDROOM set te A ' 12x15 misé.. al ‘oan. cond whi sa JA? we ime Excel. cond.| den 4-37. | ORD AN Ss ye "3th ae 
OR xt. 2202. for infor- ati = ery reasonable rates. Your in- *. assinett. Gis. $75 A. 2-7563. | Ie | J . 
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mation relatine (> the ‘application. “or mine. Speedy round-the-clock, gesction | is avites © Ter farther ia- 4 BABY FURNI TURE Saneces SprTh—talna © Deneie- aaa SET—Orey walnut, mod- = Din an k. 0000 éxt on Mattresses | PIANO a oma rosewood eens 
tAls cession Proposals post- Hall, 3 Moderate prices. Mr.| Rest Home. “Hillsboro 2711, Lou-) | chest, dre 4 d drea ible: 9 60 > a Cee . p Grand; excel. cond.:; 4- 
tied lair than June ® will not NA. 80010, “ext oun County Ve eee | AND TOY SUPERMART | #4, top bench. saepeting, BE SINNER TACRRNE Watts arene |_, Curniture & Antiques piete —Retic 
4 - SILVER. SPRING Auto City. special. Thinking. has ve bette ositive ; | -2¢ for : ) a colors frog - “venta MEMORIAL DAY SALE | eo iit Bteinwey upright. 
vim an car service appiness er per- . ” - . | @a uarante 6 
cone mas is park Washing Georgia ave. JU. 9-2420 nality and conversation. suc- SAVE 30-60% | ae. gt New blond Sahare bicmw say ” pea we , an res SUNDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY SINGLE, TWIN, BUNK BED size | CAMPBELL ‘Mbsic'co.. * itda 
: — 956. Sea led SLIPCOVERS and draperies custo ss. Class lessons. DU. 7-2234 | om sl) natl adv baby A jar. or “a te tn beds. 21 we A i elec. porta a: le ter c-Ma id Odd chairs, 50 cents up; rockers.) Hundreds and hundreds of surplus + ne... DI 
witb Wy oF _ ade. cut in your home: sofa $15 WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS AND oo. infants we ove ’ or 75 me 2 couple 50 cents up; tables, a0 cents up:| mattresses from Gov't Mili. F ino aes vertical mahos. 
Office. National Rr chair. $10. HO. 2-69 Ban, TIONS 24-hour service a picyeses, ané tricycles Lat -| rece SHOP. a one an Bog Wise 6 L lamps, pictures, mirrors, 50 cémts| tary Installation. Excellent con-| e tone. 7 
paeotes D until STONE. flagstone and cement. spe- | Bianiey Adame Printing Co.. 505' = parent jon ED cnvOne bes | ing Center. Wheato * saa. fher- | BO 4-917 cond. “108 up; 9x2 rugs. 81; record plager,, dition, Completely serviceable for NO — 8 ~“CORCER?T 
Kh une 7. 1956. and| Clalizing in walls and patios th I 434. (Bve-| Sourself and save in Washin coevel Ba00 Be. , $i; troning ard, $1; iron, $1;| tmmediate use. Just fine for pri-; ORAND. OL 
for = nishing bread. i sree _ was... 1. free estimate dM oA = 74245) only juvenile discount house u-| BICYCLE—Boys’ 20° Schwinn aed Ht ~ ib be ail, ‘nes, | occasional chairs, $1; server, $i; mon a —— convalescent PIANOS—Don't mialesa “Apt. 
aan parse tl July", W135 "ee | eet baltic hes —oriting | any phase of crantive work or hrek| Sc vist be some reason, “This |-,ue- gexeel cond. Orig, $43. Now| Gath | $150 up: writing tables, §1.50;| Si eneREE TT a, Beet easleae tie 
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accordance w ecifications. | Round. the-clock serv ces.| Special coaching for any type edu-| is our oniy | scolion—We bat = BS U elive het . | a Se a “made Be corn ces, Coral) beds, $1.50 screens, cents, WILL DSL IVER Tare BRE LOCALLY neaning when applied to planes 
copses of whieh ™ be obtained Mr lL. 68-9010. ext g | cational course or just want to branch stores —Boy's Schwinn 24 ne ren cher nee,| UP; Chests, $2.50; platform rocker, | ALL Substantial savings over new 
*| learn to read, write and talk ef- uxe. fine cond. Best offer . DRA! th covered) g2.50 {fee table,. $2.50; . OUTLET CENTER paces cannot be lized when 
Cera | ‘your home. Ne—Reweb_ one at fectivels call E " 3-0293 before NO eae | cornices for Pgs “windows for ‘iw. ~~ $2 50: a $2.50; ae: | $806 7th ot. NW ng omparable atiieans 00 ana 
UPHOLSTERY — Repel i ce weekdavs. Rates $5 per hr AN a Ye a. early American and rien) Ww ; eover™ manufactured. 
ing. and at peri made putin comnts Se Sr. All psivate | 2457-61 18TH 8ST. all Beetiitul tlk “print with) chairs, $2.50: ‘. chair ssbington 1. : . pe nave mew one Seones Clee 
<a ed Woop ‘Saks — ye S- My ial attention to| ,,,(O>Rosite Ambassador Theater) 2 NO.” niinoary, ro ey : 4 Washington's ONLY. Steinway Aue 
equipment: economics}: etait ae development or over- Oven “Eves. Mon. Thuts._and_Pri built. GEORG : C8 — Wooleha, cot-| $350: dressers, $3.80; easy chair th ined Des tore “you | Puy 
A seni. contract : — ‘ : age he = S epsemnnen excel.| 30100," In Paes “vas* PARKWAY | New. Bult “tor dyessmaker of home | be bed. 8750: couch: Pg ——, 
ait types home improvements: dd | Simaes Wes Soilere ot baat] BABY FURNITURE | ceed toc dhy $8138: ot. Ki i em Part | $10) breakfast atl, $10: ineehol Wise, spinetis, consoles. ¢rands 
) | desk. ; an : 
@ room, .ecreation rooms, dormers, | LOST 10| gcusetion. Free. Pe re 7. ~ A — Rem. ver Spri rea, JU. 5-2820 | set, like new $40; studio couch, bed uprights at moderate rates 
oreh 577 | UTELY GUAR EED The| Rand model 285, make offer. - estinghouse. 110 220 $; d (from 5 Se corny Te a xe 
4 i oom of ME HOME!! | in teen. ALL =| RAMS. volts “OL. 6-3249. end tables, 87.80 ups clocks 62°30 tre RDAN'S. TH TORBS. 
SUNCR OF RETR ee I won't have vour clothes ruined | We carry | Led 5000 eas | , lawn mower, Huffy, with | shaving stand. $2.50; marble top iT. 3- 4858, 48 + Pa 
my more J; promise _to send all | E ONLY. Storkline | ixtein eS Also apacity, for LECTERNS GE no en table. $5; Renaissance cha ~, 3: — Silver Spring (phone 05-1108); 
ea! gears pth San on Clesn ~ to | Mant ullapy,, Tpaver. Trim- — erperat. eopbler's bench, $10: lap desk, § in, good | playing com tion. | 5169 ‘Lee difenwa . Arlington. Va. 
cerhs er Ea | MGPRERSONTS CLEANERS | Bough din opie mat _BURLAB (N — | i Seen ar) Fe shel grag; mera. ep | Sit Sptod Yai cor:| ‘phone ee dood! Babies 
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xon Hill rd ae. 8S 2106 PENN. AVE. NW. | Bogees. ge $4.95, . : (NEW Pa r| $27.80 Prices reduced 08 the nds : _ etores open every evening. Pers 
| . For paving contrac of pieces of glass and chins sofa and 2 matchi hal 
Ockrn — — . Sh. press furl $2: Lus- on contractors and Tony “ae: 7 our ad under antiques. Open daily wasden hanet moval book-ases. near! tee wih al profuction. 
chi f pet, vic Hyeattsville ir VENT Paeg tae ae 0 ivy to 7D. m sore ree eA end Ca E 7- Ca Can fina need to right party. 
|e grounds: reward $25. : j J0V Nit Ii O. ASHING) 82; \rancn womptede?. . & FI E NI aT 
5 tT 3? bik white | Be to Denver Cal ame | 355 Cedar St NW TA. 9-0879 pen « overt wurday ‘tit 4:3 2 ae | oa ‘4 Bai Capital at PORCH S -reen | gente: 
and throat: strayed rem | 1-4. Can take or 3 ‘Hets “cach | FURNITURE * TACy Peas Te ee oe EXTRA FINE BUYS ) 
Sprinefield, Va. hom 4-531 tt 6 nets — teel ulty, good 
wear © tie "Children's pet. a Mines og ew TY om ts Shae cant aly cath. ready. "sprin ‘. “Bimmans malts = ‘aap eee « raat, 6x9 cards 64550 | opdition 104-8334 
ewar nview 5-9635. _ ! June 7, take 2 lear oassensers 20 N FINE QUALI FURNITURE PE ad Complete. u omy. © cash reg: showcase; so clothes 
old; male, wa co sha . $-062° ; ry. S00 $1495. 
ored monly collar : Nt meh VW ae ih ie cot ) * ; , sees. Sacrifice. Call Mon. 4013 
» Los ate | ‘ae to Chicaro, cz Minneapolis. AT AREHOUSE P RICE . eat ob Us ~ db ° S390. sett tt stor L for of Tf a SAS ane TT 
driving vine June 1 at 4 » -- $1 . con ep- an xlures. BS. 
6 AUCTION SALES 8 fo Son #* | GUARANTEED SAVINGS OF 20% TO 70% _| FLOOR SANDING MACHINES—Pro-..7t a | tive bes fecond| ti aria ei “value $: eae. poe paling diye. 
| ARTICLES FOR SALE 12 Be Sure to Sho Us Befor You B sntime. — reas. Call PA. 3-iea9 set eh mapi liv. Fae set Fn. Spe uD Bent - a 50, ¥ zat KADTO:PHO NO—AM. Re L  opeew. 
4 wd en . spe. : 
AT AUCTION tone 5 |acconp a + . 1 Pp e uy RUB ER Cut - \ couch. ete ay 3 sllow ike new oak secretarial, | § up. These srecene. La A oe BY 
-shift. hew. re ine Ca Binets— 2205 Nichols ave se. LU 
earl. ‘2 price. Used Hohner, $60: OO G S$ Dipett Bie wel’ 414.95 5. ‘O " 
ge 10 | +4 ay aed qapeandali = 12 -shilt K AT THESE BAR AIN F A sae as ck. ane te 2. ‘“ ‘vale w | ; Shee open oa. 108 42. e 
SHANGRI LA MOTEL UES. Am.) $518 VALUE REEZER OWNERS ly prac catiy new, And many oth ier items. Teo many! cont, ert cond., 4125. Cl. §-0195 
2 Rooms $s, a BY your freeser with | twi + ios: ie porns) Save 
Saat eae = iy + ee ve seenale Scaen euifit consisting of Dien? neeanen.2 ite, tne "“EOOD. cn abl Binette set. $25: 2i1-in, A IF Y U WANT THE |* nerfect cond.; no mars’ size, Ov. 
*) AIN OR SHIN ag practically new. ‘goceltias, . us 'COLONHAL D PLAN. $89: child's outdoor swing set, $8:| BEST IN USED OFFICE tion. Like new 
“- Ox rn 
| | ae he eas spring and sole bed and matching club 4600 Wisconsin Ave. NW. | : | FURNITURE, SEE US.| sartetst. 10 aunt, Segere 
7, th and. iron glass top dinetable 4 4 cha 
ROME, G 3 mi. S. W. on U. S. 27, the scenic old. perfect. “PARR niali. chair, chrome or wrought iron” “table ‘and 4 chairs. WO. 6-6536 = pe — FREE DELIVERY Crib & springs. Swing | rocie’. 
* route t6°Fla. by the Little White g = URN —3 cbr, pee eae oy, 2 a 
- co 
“House at ooh Springs, Ft. Benning. 75 mi. of Chattanooga and FE af Oe * <n oil CEN- OUR PRICE, $293. oF) COMPLETE | . or best offer. $2002, 4 1 7 yar... 
Rock City, 68 mi. of Atlanta, 2 days of Miami. | er le control "trae Roy si eiond Vieable a 4 mi “hee Ae eit d uch. SEWING MACHINES—USED 
: resser and mir- om - bu studio co 
. 3-638 
Nothing left to chance in site selection, design or construc- ee pole. ph ONER oa | ror, chest an Soe enICE $109.99 makes twin i PRICE 659.95 | SS) Mi Tarlot. . = wr TREMENDOUSREMODELING SALE 
tion. Concrete and brick masonry with plastered walls over | 6078 VALUE $119.50 VALUE excel. cond; $175 or bes 
ry p | | am yO. 6-346 - ‘ seine \mahog. table and leaf, | | Large club chair, custom : ’ : otter | SINGER SEWING CENTER 
asbestos. Insulated and steel reinforced. Glamorous rooms _Used 2 wks. $145 4 chairs, uftet and china cabi- | quality foam on ' FURS—Mink scarf, silver fox wrap | 
you can show with pride and every guest pleaser imaginable AIR CONDI DITIONER | OUR PRICE $237 | g25950 VALUE om Spee _B- io ri 1340 G ST N W —ONLY 
, | $59.50 VALUE Genuine Fisher Du PURNITURE . . r 
to keep it filled. There's no better way to enjoy living with Entire, er a Leth «my ‘offer | Mahogany kneehole desk with ee rg Bo L k p : ' 
| ERS ook at These Prices! 


_ luxuries and make earnings so you can save. Easy to 
manage. Circulating hot water heat, air conditioned, 
plenty of free water, full supply of linens and irresistible 
natural beauty. Signs in strategic locations up . . . hundreds 
of referrals and guests always sing its praises. Supremely 
modern lobby extra large. Mr. Paris, now 71, has other 
interests and Mrs. Paris, not dependent on this income, 
chooses not to operate it any longer. A rare opportunity! 
Call or write for pictures and details. 


FREE! J, L. TODD AUCTION CO. 


"84 ARISTO CRAFT “List Your Pr the Wo ye Us—We 
eet 


Boorts Boat civen to West 3r 
some person at sale, 
dust register! ” Semel Hoo 


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ay, 


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All singer, wane. pew y one chair and 


ee gusranieed 


STA NBARD major po ee C0. $190.50 ¥ 
Oth & H Sts. ee _ 


| —RIR-CONDITIONERS 


AUTOMOBILE att 


4° 907 


poten 


@tore Mours: S$ te 6 including Saturday: Mon and Thurs. 9 to 9 


oct PRICE $149.99 


ai rought-trom and 4 , me nan 
OUR PRICE $39.99 
$79.50 VALUE 
a y drop-leaf aeeeeee bed with plastic 
PRICE $42.95 '  - @UR PRICE 839.99 
Hundreds of Other Bargains Throughout Entire Store 
BUDGET ACCOUNTS INVITED 


GREAT RAPIDS FURN. CO. 


' ‘The Bargain Store of Washington 
7th St. NW. EX. 3.6749| fist i Be_Ld._ 75887: 


OUR PRICE $34.95 


ALUE 
sofa bed and matching 
OUR PRICE $99.95 


m 
“nest a 


FREE eae IN REAR OF STORE 


A 


: DON'T GO OVERBOARD 
FURNISH YOUR 3-ROOM APT. 


COMPLETE WITH 
BRAND-NEW — 
GUARANTEED FURNITURE 
$245 

Pe ms megs |» FREE DELIVERY 


EMME, 


"eas tea ast 


’ 


PORTABLES 
Singer wre 
$119.95 


nger Long Bobbin 
3 rs $34.95 


| $39.95, $49.95, 35495, 
| $69.50. $79.50, $89.50, 
| and $99.50 


Other Makes 
$14.95, oy bean $24. 95 
39 


1340 G ST. N.W. 


es 


SINGER SEWING CENTER 


CONSOLES 
Singer Long Bobbin 
$29.95, $39.95. 
Singer Round Bobbin 
$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 


REPRICERATOR 
CLOSEOUT 


out entire 9 store. gt 
rem te: 


NA. 8-0184 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
_ D2 Sunday, May 27, 1956 iy 


ARTICLES WANTED 13 


ANTIQUES 


AND 


Used Furniture 
WANTED 


415,000. 
Sunday 
Circulation 


mears quicker sales results 


for Washington Post and 
Times Herald classified ad- 
vertisers. To place your ad 
for Sunday. 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


JA. 8-9630 
JA. 35-8814 


TOP PRICES PAID 
WE BUY EVERYTHING | 
ONE ITEM OR ENTIRE ESTATE| 


| CHINA. | SILVER. | ES UAE | 
Pet to coin 


ALSO Berea 's tock 


FLEA MARKET 
30 


JA. 
028 JA. 8.0573 


—_ cu. . 
aute. ice maker. late m 
ew: must sacr.; dest 


pg ig Sy 


anestid Ta ann Antiques 
eres | FURNITURE 
WE PAY CASH 


FOR COMPLETE ESTATES 
OR SINGLE ITEMS 


Old- “new 


refrig. $10 eac 


Pe ee 


A-1 cond ay 35, Dist et Home: « | 
aie Res ox e ry 270: 
r-sass 


antique furnit ues. 
plat es orice 

a6 ane coneer 
ecorative 


| 
green office 


sa 
exe. cond 


OF ANTIQUES 
IALLY WANTED | 


INTERESTED IN | 
SEAL LERS STOCKS 


Prompt end Courteous Service 


LO. 4-7800 
LO. 4-0033 


YPEs 

SPECI 
ni cena | 

’ 10x14 co. 5-8492 | 


is. > cotton WO. 63728 | 
= 


WOOL 
NYLON-RAYON | ventas Galleries 
COTTON | : 
Wall-to-Wall or Rug Size 


TREMENDOUS | 
SAVINGS 


FREE ESTIMATES 


ALPERSTEIN’S 


1020 7th ot NW 


De not .< your valuable antiaue 
enine » it enter. etc.. dbefore 
LTER QUE 
aH HOP. for expert Fee 
A 
TU aaah, PRA 5 haba. WH. 6-7733 


ANTIOU . et!- 
ver vat ental objects 


ll your ire ete pure 


Do not 
—= 9-6. bess ‘and THURS. 9- hina a ace itu ete ea ore 
P v J call ing tek REED A 


Ce and chair ose. SHOP oa _ r 
yin 
» .Dees.. re 
estone 458 | 


salt $33, st ss- 6 40 

ahogany desk cabinet with | ~~ 
lap sicel, peer used ne ov: ry psty 5077, 
FP 1 Pae.| 


matching cpair wih 
a chair: good x. ALB ON BOCs sHOP Te 
vive } 


een Uphol. a 7% eh = ‘top 
aroon custom “ti afin” cover. tld va aoa yA 30 “he ,. 
-2436 


"Tice "be. ; nilidren and adults’ | 
anted for sale on consignment 
all 6-O22¢ sll Gay) 


covers p) 


; weet after 6 


un 

= I¢ ms. curlous ey Bhow 
sutosravhed etters 

ve ne sD 3 oF 

—Eer.y erican. 

“chetr? ot maple. JA. 1-108, 


nM 2 abl 


Boer | EM 677 


130), porcelain ton 24x08 
with center Grawer. $255 each 
414 34 st. nw. Mon ihre Fri. &| 


.® 
ement 


" ANTE 
need refrigerators 


wit 


A... s 
s using fo 
M-3 cr. 
ve 


exea fh 
and Tether ‘ase 


OL aa | 


air ae Gar h AM | 
rvice ron 


Sige “tcen| M RCAYREs 


ted sgrsgeite elt’! Oc PER 100 LBS. 
ay care CAST IRON . 
gencrator. Eco. $1.50 PER 100 LBS. 


eas. priced. L WASH RAG & BAG CO. 
2158 L ot. SW. Di. 17-8007 
n Every nee 30 
swiOWED > 
, na 
antiques. Casn 


PIANO GRAND wanted by private 
any cond. Will pay cash. 


Le 


rine your denta) zoid, diol 
eee a aye TN wand eash 


TV 
TV allienmen 


meters es 
TV. | 


ovoroia: Dew picture (tut 


Vs, 
=e peoture tube. Others at $25; 
ri Dupont, 15 i7th st. nw. 
¥ 


A 
N t. c 
’ a ’ ought op anes ‘a 


Tose 2.805 “tor “out-of-order ra 
m 3186 | 


130 ae SUCTION’ , 14 


ords g@S A une- course - 

singing wil " vel "known 

ted aay | ce Teacher . $25 ee sudition 
vy 


cian Tee anhy ig a | 


our cho 
& week Call ; oe 
5 now for a free demeonsttation | 


man 


2 ) 
rea al 


. 2019 balk? m4 


EN and WOMEN for greund and 
opportunities evervwhere 
and overseas ree 

r low-cost 

interfere 


training | 
emp! ov 


y-d4 
R- SURPLUS | ' quality Cal in voerson 2 
We ol BARGAINS | Pad oo eame. ndaress ge and phone 
hr ee ode cee Avia TON TRA INING | 


rée- 


D ¢c 
ician leaen ow 
“Toatt 
ada Inst 


tor-ignilio technic 

use modere aucoma Se 
and tune-up equipm 
time home stud 
training a li 


future, h earning. 
structio > = e nace 
D eny 


tues ae 


TARE 


10x12. — ~ ee 
a great. 


ann aye a ere | 
at 


mh converss- 
h and pereen: | 


Ne. is 
ot 


r leers | 
Ss a whe oF colored: 3. con. 

' yet. -| welescen tors and pri-| 
vy vy galvanised. vate oy. — pay Day-even ne- 
nec. | 


ases we, h 
ploy ab: 


R 
klet 
Ce 


- : . ) 4 v- 
' sees. June 4: Prmy ty D) tes 
oe retrie. ‘oe : ai | br a course, day & e classe 
at , 8 tota] cost aa ‘Verma. fob | 
oie’ a, Se =| r fotntinder 
5 


Ww : Ef He Rede 
pe PEN ae 

your ae ® learn @& YO.) 

om TV 


Auge, | re, 
* aes” wh % 4 M 
| | Get a Better Job 
ARN MORE MONEY—LEARN 
' 


horthtand and. ‘Typing 
SPEEDWRITING 
‘Uses Y Six Words WEEKS Minute 


IN S$ 


s Wait minty 
Inquire 9 


Phone “ST. 3.2086 


WANTED 
WILL BUY ANYTHING 


aE Gt 


, Job 
| 
| 


| ORE § Bh DENTB Ina thorthand. 
“ yrs co h 
eueres onen ), CT RawTs- Inau 
iantiadin “tin Rw TYPING 


Peat | HELP, ate 


talon, MEN 15 


aoe PALMER HAYNES 


We are 


scien- | 
‘mainly are in 
| 
physics. elec 
eveiopment. radio inter 
erence al. open 
Contractea ADM... Electronics. 
M ADM Foe Govt 
same as 
to 
A 


SCHOOL 


OF 
REAL ESTATE 
METHODS 


Recister now for June 4'h 
lete course 

metheds. past 
examination 
fully discussed 

text required: n n 

licensed 

course: idea 


eon : 
Program planners. 
above 


paleo. appit hm a 
Mig. eners 


ers , h 
conttar ‘repecation to $18.000 
| Designers, closed loop contro!) 

aystemes 2! 


OVERSEAS — 


owt tl oe PASD. ee TOW rv 
St 
TAKE PAMIL 1E3 ‘IN “aS 
VACATIO! 
Cc , 


Coder-cat aloguer know 


al ele 


r sive § BSME. BSCHE or 
given op . lee refinery exp 


fy iepeesery materials are ISA” 


es TF LI- noms ovenesae TRAVEL 
.P SEAL oy. €1 
RELATION. rf - 
A and | Eco om! $9790 
° | BS Ch.. ME. EE, CE. or metallurgis: 
(many j OxD. refinery design or) 
tie ties ¥ gs. or gen. en 
pient $6000 


| ry 
BaAME oF ch. - yrs 


eu” 
~ ry MON BSME or ChE “ten. sovetes 
A ag se very tech. serv - 
m ° Per: onnel asst. many if "pies 


NN nae sar pert 18 
leas Cir “ay” onn. Ave 


aero eners 
physicists, mathbem 
‘aerodynamics electronics 

digita; and analogue 


"aaete vevetes ‘Al 
$8400 


Cour incl 
CENSING A 
anaq AG ‘pregremmers 


. 
re- 
9000 
urse c 
sessions two 


asses are held at 
1613 ve st. nw. Registra- 


Divs ang PRIDAYS es 


ILL, TUITION [8 ONLY 
26 which inelvdes all 
necessary materia 


Por further information 
oall Mr. Joseph Mensh 
6440. 


1679 Ree Zz ag omen #, “2 Co erst 


ers. 


wa ANUPACTURIN 
nszre desig nore MIF 


ural piping, CE. preduc- 


FT PRODUCT + 4 
eners. and oroduction 
ina dete fiat enars. design, 


ral. ete 
GUIDED MISSILES 

Al technical and scientific fields 
— tions in ei) areas sal- 
ries. No employment 

or “ry et our oftices ioe further 
deta 

Was hineton Member National Per- 
Associates located im over 
= offering ta- 


es. 
F. a at 
tion 
structu- 
civil 
Tues Mec ever. 
Bol” 2s 
- ‘ ‘est 
ae 
ire 
pore te: 
. Mee classes, 
ve 


yrs.), corner 


IsTs private . oy 
enroll 


Erb eeu Type. “noghckn 
re 


ii 


sonne! 
120 prine! pel 
tion-wide co" 

WALTER 'H. KESSLER 
PERSONNEL, pete ww . NY 9442 
612 Wash. Bidg.. 15th 


ACCTS.-BK KPRS 


4 
146-ek. eve overes id 


g } oat with typin 6 arth . 

RE er mac APL shortha 

Alr conditioned T eet | 
5 


i 
3 | 


ar el cl 
| OLORED BRANCH 
i aT 


boro og 
| SALES RE 


RT- ACCOU NTANT 


Washington's Only 
Speedwriting 
Secretarial School | 
1406 G St. NW. 


etic. i 
math teacher 


Men 
$ ¥ 


JA. 8-9463 
JA. 8-9185 


USED FURNITURE 
ONE PIECE OR 
ENTIRE ESTATE 


THIEVES MARKET 


. ®omen te train as announc- 
riters. @ 


e Feuit telecasts 


*Tnedsonsbie 30 


BSTRACTORS : MD»). 


See ABBEY First | § 


_1338 Eve Ot. NW. 8ST. 3- on | OTHER POSIT! ONS 
to 


8! 0 — all homes 
ma te af 
+s. oe Fh . Cc Alex 


Research org 
d erill men. various aS 
ura * 
ank trainees (career) 
Clerk typists 
some = be 


$14.900 
$10.000 
Re- | 


to 


’ e 
) 
w 


NW. Exp 
early hours -7 
all kinds 690-8 


er 230 | 
93206-83000] 
$50 e wd 7 


a "up 
to i 60 ATLAS Aacy, RE. 7- 5747 
WY y 330 | NY. Ave. NW. Room 506. 


3300 | 

FEARS i ACCOUNTANT 

ai Beri és Anu excetient opoertunity existe in 
er = feet the Baltimore division_office of a 

Hote! renee clerk $60 plus menis | levee oll company 

Office | ob eet offers a starting 


bere 5 dvs . er nthr: etce 
Warehouseren 
Dr 


| Epea ora c! l 
Pavrell clk & stock clas 
Payroll ¢! x 


e - 

i Ss dr 
sales efx: 
1ay 


cnefits. ‘ond definite epportun 

for aay ancement to manasement 
»osttions Apolicants must be 
eallese or accredited accounting 


* 
"attendents. exp. $1.50 school eraduates between the ages 


ph oteoerach velledie te 
M.49° ost. a ee ae 
coll. erads 
eis. eystems and 
procedures should unaer- 
stand basic principles of 
electronic a proc 
eculp te $9000 . 


COLUMBIA | 


PARTIAL LISTING ONLY 


*4 
-l a.m. 81.96 hr.| 
s2> tips 

$1.00 tips 


‘ea, 
ta S870; 


Routeman. laundry. 


ACCT64... ne 


ACCOUNTANTS (PUBLI 
a 
a0 
SJ $75 + 
EXP DITER. mis expediting 


INV STIGATOR “ stad. native 
nm & advance, to 


Marl 
ri- 
$350 
ete. or legal bkad 

* exp. $70 

sales... 
HS «rad... ex? 
ex 


omm 
es" 
7 rR. =. 


col LECTION. Mar 


“teh, | INISTRA. 
cataloging 


doudie: 
§200 


mtr ‘Pxscaven, upper $5200 


6.000 
yas $3308 


BY 


Ag 
NAGER STRAINERS: 


rl STAUR to 
hx WG 4 ‘ces to 
food ee 4 


DC area val 
OFFICE FUR 


DE SALES 
’ office 
40 


exp. 


machs. 


A CLES. (3). typing 
© age : : * 
edorttan elk aptitude for 
typing to ace 25 $5 
= 2) wht indus. engineering 
age R* : $205 EMPLOYERS PAY FEES 
, FOLLOWING POSITIONS 
Elizabeth Pinkston | ,208 ROLLOWING Posrric 
PERSONNFL COUNSELING struction manual $5400 
SERVIC ADM ‘TRAINEE: « 
1025 Cena Reom 715 acetg. or bus. adm t@ $3300 
BAN TELLER RAINFER 83120 
BAN MESSENG wh $2470 


COLUMBIA EMPLOYMENT SERV 
13441G &t Suite 724 ME 44-3629 
OPEN MONDAY ‘TIL & P.M 


ta 
age 30... $55 
Crk TP’. advancement 


x 
ol. grad 
Ave | 
DI 14358 
oung 
young 
stenoses 
pes 
2340 


man 490 
870 wk 

$°25~-8340 
700 12th 


kkeever 

$65-870 

Bell at 

cor G NA. &4- 


Engineers . . . Scienti 


GENERAL ELECTRIC'S 


Special Defense Projects Dept. 


MOVES ITS GUIDED MISSI 
to Philadelphia 


. . . Creating top level 
tunities for engineers wi 
perience in the following 


MISSILE SYSTEMS 
DEVELOPMENT 


Operations Research 
Reliability Studies 
Systems Developments 
Systems Analys:s 
Advanced Concepts 

Flight Test Planning ' 
Systems Specifications 


Call Mr. 8. Wearriner, 
Systems Engineering 
. 


INSTRUMENTATION 
& TELEMETRY 


TELEMETRY 
Systems 
Transmitters 
Antennas 
Commutators 
Multiplexers 


INSTRUMENTATION 
Data Recording 

and Storage 
Transducers 
Canversion Circuitry 
Transponders 
Microwave Beacon 
Data Processing 
Recovery Systems 
Antennas 


Call Mr. F. W. Anderson, 
Mgr. Instrumentation 
Engineering. 


OTHER ENGINEERING AREAS 


Propulsion Evaluation 
Airborne Power Supply 
Transonic- Stability 


Call Mr. 
Professional 


Guidance Systems 
Heat Transfer 


Emplayment 


Salaries are based upon the individual’s contribution 
100% tuition refund. Liberal benefits. 


to program. 


WASHINGTON INTERVIEWS 


May i 29, eng vf" >. Tuesday 
PM 


. to 
Call the above fot 
at District 7- eG 


-& 


OR WRITE IN CON cE : 
SPECIAL DEFENSE so a 


GENERAL ELECTR 


3198 Chestnut Street 


A 


- Outside collector with 1 rr 


AGESTS—(2). 


70 or} ay 7- 
S| AIR-DUCT MEC Pha 


EYDRACLSS . 
ia inum 


Write Mr 
| ment Manager A 


Experienced on 
ers ay’ ANP Bho Pal 


Mgr. 


Ethan Smith, Mgr. 


ALTERATIONS 
SUPERVISOR 


. For Woodward & Lothrop’s New 
- 7 Cofner Store, Falls Church Va. 


eraduaige ig operate 2 nai Bs 


7 408 train ‘Experience 
te 


Experience =. 


between 9 a. mm 
| alterations 


NATIONAL 
GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY 


IRD & FR ST. NE 


. ADJUSTER 


eek. 
_ Hospitalization and 
insurance availab oe 
salary. Many sther benefit 


Woodward 
ene ttn ke P ot. = 


~~ DRAPTSMAN 
exper pre- : in 


Ford. *“SorDé 
AR Hitec? - pRAPSTMEN = Vor 
rancse redevelopment com. 
and ttn ae A projects 

opportu 


Py é “ASSOCIATES 
. ARCHITECTU —> Draftemen . 
periencec to Was 


perience contacting delinquent arc- 
os ar 7. - 
co 


counts Automobile 


ferred. Age 22 ta 27 
CTTIZENS BANK OF MARYLAND 


Mr. UM. 4-1111. 


ADM ASSISTANT 


Co! jose Sragupte or night student low 
~ business administra- JOSEPH SAUNDERS & Associates 


— or pn MB major. for posi a 
the treasurer's depar! — A PHA eee. MEC HANIC a - 


mu 
life mewurance comp . « or in ave 
amtoj3p.m Room 300. a Op - ow 
a 


i 9 
4th st. n ARLINGTON-—ALEX. 
bcsypig BE aac CH. 


525 1 
to $325, 
. $291 up 
$780 ul 


Boone 


or Alexand oeenmne 

| institutional project 
6-2215 or ME. 8-1831 
y 


ria 


Phone 
for int er- 


816 
Administrative 
Career 
Opportunity 


Fepansion tn leading paar. 


BH OMKE ti EMP. mo: 


g94 Ww ~e aE Ari 
in 
104 = Broad 


ASST. TO MANAGER 


Young man iwhite assist man 
4 week and Satur 


air-conditioned offices 
, easy reach of suburbs 
esume 


_ BOK _M-499. POST-TH. 


Admin Management 
A-| ASSOCIATES 


{ns sa! es and claim memt. 
Ace eng 


backsroumd 


ANT Office 

for off The of large 

—- ‘s itomobdi ~~ nea) ‘in 7 

have experience in ph 
Senet ve boskkeepine 
Portunity for right n 
Moran. HO. 2 "7500. 


r 
cro er, hish | piece- ~work 
.~ 


oe 


icket A en neering 
Box 


“Manager- Book.- 
cown- 


regied Empl 


Advertising Salesman 
Por erieneed. nave paper . must 
be experienced. car 
salary oios comm{salo on 2 eT . Siti 
or Box M- 

ADV Se ay OO ante for local 
met. weekly paper : 

ary and commission 


AGENTS WANTED 


Make $50 00 extra in your spare 


vacati 
acon. Herson . = —y and Appliatr 
af 


Co 
amc —WwWhite or 
rel eee with ref 
Bladensburg } 
av T6 UECHANICS Full time and 
t ime. ev eni — an vd ga urd ay 
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$00 he kel 


Motors 
1900 Diagonal rd.. Alex., Va 
9 


MEC MANIC od “hat 


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age <5-50. $7 0 week- 
ly salary cu aranteed during in- 
period for 7 weeks; i: . 
e tani preterred 
insurance debits in Charlies County $ 
and Upper Marlboro vicinity ~f 
allowance. ex>oerience not requ’ 
American fe Inmeurance Co wr 
th st aitimore, Md Phone 


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AIRLINE MECHANICS 
OVERSEAS POSITIONS 


AIRCRAFT MECHANI C- Must 
have three weare exper ’ in 
maintenance afd repair Pi 


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on 

type equipment 
required 


ENGI NE MECHANIC——-Mus't 
ease th - 


CAA 


Driver 
have MANY "oFifens. ALL TYPES. 


10. 2-157 


AUTO MECHANICS 


Bethesda-Chevy Chase's outstand- 

ing Dodge-Pliymout h dealership 

needas nr @ believe our pay 
wit n paie vacation and - 

surance i tops i 

Mr Vutna 


if. ber ' 
avees Bsa or i. 7730 ‘old Georee- 


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chassis or body wor and 1 


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troubie- shooting 
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INET ROMENT MECHAN 1 = 
pable co 


necessary instrument test equip- 
ment 


men AS Ic 


oh 5 tes vice 
ovemet 
preferred 25 CUWis onsin ave 


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line troubie- shooter on "Be: 
3. Dc-4. and Convair type 
and en W R-1830, R390. 
and -2800 npn: CAA A& 
license requir 


Above positions all pay $699 per 

month plus living quarters for 18 
months tour “ 

Cote een 25 an year 

Housing not yo ately “availa 

Location — 

Position w! 

Baudi Pra oA Airlines. 


Our positions are for 


willing to work, 


Dez. Empioy- 
or.a Ajir- 
Gy Mo Richards Roed. Kansas 


4 Regeneration ra 

Appliance Serviceman 
“REPRIG.| 

Nce SERV- 


What do we do? 
the oil industry. 


SPR" 5 conetruction super- 
visor for important » 
Well established wit 
Arehitectura! 

re 


| Bos 


ington pitiice 
electrical, 
tests in oi! wells. 


form 
experienced need sappy 
M123 Post -TH. 


sts 


nearby oil wells. 
Car 


LE PROGRAM. 


40 hour a week dea!’ 
oppor- 
th ex- 
fields: 


ORDNANCE 
Arming & Fuzing 


Devices: 

partie! 

v ry 

adiation 

arometric 
Electrical Systems 
Power Supplies 
Systems Test 
Analysis & Synthesis 


geologist or petroleum 


PERMANENT? Yes. 
contract fluctuations. 


20 states. 


against anybody's. 


OPPORTUNITY? 
entirely from within. 


Nuclear 
Components 
Weapons Effect 
Operations 


Call Mr. K. W. Murray, 
Mor. Arming 4& Fuzing 
Engineering 


Our representative, 


Wed. May 30 
Thurs., May 31 


Aeraphys:cs 


Stress Analysis 


Wed., 
Thurs., 


June 6 
June 7 


Sat., June 9 10 


Sun., June 10 
Mon,, June 11 


Houston |, Texas. 


ee = 8} 


Philadelphia 4, Pa. 


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| hE TH & FLORIDA AVE. NW 


75 AUTO SALESMAN—Join a 


“FOREMAN | 


- AVIATION” metalemith. Wilitare ér | 
ny 0 up 


RUGGED Barney 


responsibility, like to meet customers and are 
So if you're looking for a 
cozy indoor job, don’t bother to read further. 


We're a service company to 


Our Engineers are Technical Consultants, who 
are called by oi! companies, day or night, to per- 
mechanical, 


Engineers are in charge of a Mobile Labora- 
tory and are largely on their own 
ants drive the Laboratory (in a truck) to the 
Engineers are furnished a 
They live in towns where we have perma- 
nent operating locations 
and usually involve less than one day, but there 
are several of these in a month, So this is no 


WE COMPENSATE WITH LIBERAL PAY 
AND BENEFITS, SCHEDULED DAYS - OFF 
AND THREE-WEEKS VACATION. 


NEVER HEARD OF US? 


LOCATION? Some choice as we operate in 
SALARIES AND BENEFITS? We'll stack ours 
It's wide open. 


Mr. 
the following itinerary planned: 


WASHINGTON, D. C. Tel. 


10 A.M. 
10 A.M. to 10 P.M. 


BALTIMORE, MD. Tel. 


10 AM, 
10 AM. 


PHILADELPHIA, PA. Tel. PEnnypacker 5-0719 


10 AM. to 10 P.M. 
10 A.M. to 2 P.M. 


Please call for an appointment during the 
scheduled hours, if possible. 
Others are welcome to write us, 


Applicants must be under 30 years of age and have college 
degree in Engineering, Physics, 
experience in electricity desirable, 


SCHLUMBERGER WELL. 


SURVEYING CORP. 
Houston, Texas 


O 
SALESMEN 
If you @re an Ye 
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SALES. INC. 


AUTO SALESMAN 


An excel -~ opportunity 
experienced, 


7 transportation ont’ as 
oie timte to the i ht me 
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NNT 
NG & 
o MOTORS, INC. 
5800 Baltimore Ave. Byattavilié. Md 


ine force in modern ¢& 


on hos 00. PALMER 

032 Hamilton &t.. 
mitsvilie 

AUTO—-I we — men to do —> 


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Thom as mm __. 
Nw re 5 2937 


AUTO 
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6 


HERE IS AN 
OPPORTUNITY TO 
MORE THAN DOUBLE 
YOUR PRESENT 
EARNINGS IF 
YOU ARE NOW A 


TOP MILK DELIVERY SALES- 
MAN, BAKERY ROUTE 
SALESMAN, INSURANCE 


DEBIT MAN. LAUNDRY 
DRIVER SALESMAN, ORY) 
CLEANING SALESMAN, | 

GAZINE OR TIRE SALES- | 
MAN. OR HAVE HAD PRE-! 
VIOUS EXPERIENCE MEET- 
ING THE PUBLIC. 


4 
5 8 & permanent pos!- 


nished for business r 


f- 

most liberal 
in the 
coverage 


A 
modern organisation. 


All, MR CALDWELL OR 
ue GATELY. OL. 4-7300 


Divver Motor Co. 


7730 OLD GEORGETOWN RD 
a THESDA. MD 


s.ve 


factory expr s 
INC 1334 Mass 


BP 

Hiner wit wil bars 7 

reason aale for og 
7 Or part-time. § 


POSITIOXS 
ave DI 


young men who want 


and radio-active 


Their assist- 


Trips are not long 


Ask any oil company 
engineer. 


We're not subject to 


Promotions 
J. A. Mullinax, has 


EXecutive 3-5035 
to 10 P.M. 


MUlberry 5-1000 


to 10 P.M, 
to 10 P.M. 


A.M, to 10 P.M. 


Box 2175, 


Geophysics, ete. Some 


» 


Memorial Day 


Interviews 


ENGINEERS 
PHYSICISTS 
DESIGNERS 


UNDERSEA WARFARE 


Our work on this frontier of 
increasing importance to the 
national defense involves new 
concepts in Torpedoes; Mines, 
and Sonic Detection. Here is 
a challenging area of study and 
development work for Physi- 
cists, Mathematicians, and En- 
gineers. Sorne of-these posi- 
tions are for. people of senior 
status. 


GUIDED MISSILE 
SHIPS 


Our work on Guided Missile 
Ships and Systems the 
Navy's new fleet has created 
many openings for Engineers 
and Designers on al! levels of 
experience. Here are exce!l- 
lent opportunities for persons 
interested in Fire Control, S 
tems, and Missile Engineering, 
both Electrical and Maechani- 
cal, 


for 


FLEET BALLISTIC 
MISSILE 


Our work on the Navy's “FBM” 
ships and systems.gives Engi. 
neers and Designers an -excel- 
lent opportunity to get in on 
the ground floor in a new and 
exciting field. Here is where 
Creative engineering will con- 
tribute directly to the national 
defense for many years to 
come. 


LAND BASED 
MISSILES 


Our work on Land-Based 
Guided Missile Systems for 
continental! air defense com- 
plements our work on Naval 
Weapons Systems. This is an 
area of new technology with 
excellent opportunities for both 
experienced and inexperienced 
personne! capable of tackling 
new problems. 


a’ \ tr re ine 
ysiiver cork iC ae 


require on 


The aPPOrtUMities 
Sur 
a0 not 
field assignment, 


openings. at 
They 
in other 


tion r@ ocari 


areas, or 
job shopping. We are expanding our 
permanent staff and facilities ta meet 
the 


grams growing out of quided missile 


increasing demands of new pro- 


and torpedo work performed at this 


location for eight years. 


Our Technica! Staff wil! be on 
hand to discuss projects and 
programs from 8:30 A.M. to 
3:00 P.M. 


Vitro Offers: 
FULL RANGE OF 
BENEFITS, 
EDUCATION 
ASSISTANCE, 
GROWTH, MERIT 
INCREASES 


For information and errangements for 
interviews please call 


JU. 5-7200 


Personnel Department 


All interviews confidential 


VITRO 


LABORATORIES 


Division of Vitra Corporation of America 


962 Wayne Avenue 
Silver Spring, Maryland 


. ener Sm on Fellewine Pace. 


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POSITIONS. 1 “a M DISPLAY HELPERS Poul Sierenen, (are, % MISSILES 
nee : ° veno: or ee 
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2 immediate openings, gov. ord-| DINEEN STR L RR. | opportunity for self-advance- Envi ronmental neer with several years’ experi. ENGINEER 


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ticut: —y abe experience in | . id pa vacat ions A y Mr 

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ing: 


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Opportunity existe for experi ; VESTIGA 
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Retall service comeeny, —— Technological Firms throughout the U P to recruit engineers 
an Selary- re to $12.000 ‘(commensy- and scientiste for them. If u i like t now what Monday Through Friday, 9 to 4, JU. §-83 


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visor. Permanent fiion for | ate with lence). Moving Al- } 
¢| per ent" position S| WW estinghouse| APPLIED PHYSICS e'with experience). Moving Our, services are really worth contact 


Re r on. Your re ¥ owances arran andie } C 1 
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R421 GEORGIA AVE. Technical Personnel Dept. 500. a Paes BLECTRONICS SINCE 1909 
SILVER SPRING, MD. RM —~ fay lene 
‘ . A A SOVERING NTR 
1021 N. Calvert, ore. 2. fee “til "working ADVERTISEMENT IN | EMPLOYMENT InrorMATION NO COST OR OBLIGATION TO YOU 919 JESUP BLAIR DR. 
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¥ | OREAPTSMEN—Declen and detall, 
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a a a a i ag SR a SCIENTISTS 


Navy Annex. JA. 5-6735 OLympic 17-2447 
; ‘| Required for Non-Defense Product Development ENGINEERS 


We are planni xpand our devel nt : 
WE ARE EXPANDING, AND WE NEED activities in the product areas of Agriculture, .| COLLEGE GRADUATES—TECHNICAL Physicists 


Food Processing, Petroleum Equipment, Nuclear 


ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS Rita a 


good basic knowledge in applied mechanics, To A Better 
physics, chemistry, hydraulics, electronics, heat Young men graduating from college, sep- 


* transfer, operations research, and data reduc- | 
PHYSIC STS tion; and who have the imagination to take the . arating from the armed services or other- Way of Life— 
initial steps in converting this basic knowledge ise interested in the attractive or- 
into products in the above fields. eases | glad From Melpar 


MECHAN aL ENGI N FERS | Living in the mild climate of California’s Santa » funities offered through permanent em- 


Clara Valley adds immeasurably to the enjoy- ployment in the BELL TELEPHONE SYS- 

ment of such a career. Many ¢ bine t ke f better way of 
; rn r or er Ww 

New fields of activity such as automation and guided missiles, Write, wire, or call parect the details of your iP Oe ee OE ee Fee te ‘or engineer who join Melpar. Located in 


plus the continued rapid expansion of other projects and facili- background. for an interview. \ suburban Falls Church, Melpar is set in peacefull 
\ surroundings away from congested traffic areas and 


ti t mediate opportunities in the followi fields for 
PHYSICIST S: ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS and MECHANICAL FOOD MACHINERY & CHEMICAL wtldn Gone Getethaiinn Guten of VWabinaith: 
ENGINEERS. : CORPORATION ME. 7-9900, Ext. 2043 iad ie te ial 

ould you n Me wou ie your own 


Mana er of Central En ineerin : professional growth to that of a company which has 
2 g 3 Monday thru Friday doubled in size every 18 months for the past decade, 


FIRE CONTROL = gr? CALIFORNIA 8:30 A.N@to 5:00 PM. Melpar maintains a policy of INDIVIDUAL RECOGNI- 
g PU LSE TECHNIQU ES ne: CYpress 4-8124 | TION which enables our engineers to progress accord- 


ing to their own timetables, not prearranged ones. 


Ability and performance primarily determine ad- 


MICROWAVE TECHNIQUES | : cag ma Age, ee length of experience are 
GUIDED MISSILE COMPONENTS . AGAIN! IENGINEERS ee 


ENGINEERING . Melpar’s unique “project team” system allows each 


ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES : EDUCATION engineer to experience the OVER-ALL APPROACH 
to an engineering problem, thus enabling him to 
RADAR | 0b ee DR Rie eS te : SCIENTI a... ociee Se opens 60 male eS 


was overwhelming to our recent offer to give design group is responsible for an ENTIRE problem, trom 


~ Response 
education elected Hundred 

GUIDED MISSILE FUZING epperiunity. te "get a foothold in the "well-paid “engineering ) Fire Control—Missiles—lInstrumentation—Radar ee ee 
SYSTEM ENGIN ERIN ! If you missed out lest time, here's news. We are offering Servo Mechanisms—Aerodynamics Circuitry Complete facilities are at the engineers’ disposal. Our 
S E S — st ude oil tee vy: I yy tee +g ~ AR.,. Weapons Systems—/Magnetic Amplifiers new laboratories encompass over 285,000 air-condi- 
PRECISION MECHANISMS a eer ace atta sack® Btw Maviord Oreauat Air Navigation Aids—Infra Red tioned square feet ond offer, in addition to a Centra 

Telemetering—Electro Optics Model Shop, supplementary facilities, test equi t 
is B 9téitRe - ya Sataten. you will start at s liberal salary 9 P and personnel available for immediate use within yer 


MECHANICAL COMPUTING DEVICES pet se > and at etd wil determine your” ug DOR. graduation. fo ba cre ‘leans project group. 


Anes either our gas turbdige or nuclear 


QUALITY CONTROL AND RELIAB LITY Let us tell you how this can lead to our reimbursed education pee pene Engineers wishing to work toward higher degrees may 


AN ALYS S Reiyiechnic estivelt anne Sates Pn ned = neous take advantage of the fully accredited graduate courses 
gineeri available et Melpar. 


‘ HIGH-SPEED AUTOMATION MACHINERY presiine re tke the high earnings. of | an Sie an Helping engineers become more effective is the best If you would like to learn more about the 


way we know of helping our own growth. For this 


r - ff nm worth f their thi , ; 
ELECTRO-MECHANICAL PRODUCT DESIGN miuMun INTERVIEW REQUIREMENT ern eae arene SVS ee a; | waite aipertiniten et Maine, 


Must have « B.A. or BB. degree from an accredited college. support possible. Add to these facts thé unique 


SHOCK AND VIBRATION ANALYSIS AND Myst he have completed math through differential and integral combination of small-company flexibility and large Technical Personnel! Representative 


corporation stability and you have an environment 


SIMULATION sae Dare complete! one veer of college physica. Additional well suited to growth. For outstanding personnel | JEfferson 4-6000 


{ 
in chemistry or related science subjects desirable. our long-range expansion program offers excep- 


PRODUCTION TECHNIQU ES Must have passed math and science courses vith a “Cc” tional opportunities. 


r better. Or drive out to Melpar and inspect 


+ have maintained a “C” average in all undergraduate 
wor . 


Persons at all levels of experience are needed .. . Emerson is a kan on , 
steadily growing organization, and offers challenging assign- 40-WEEK PROGRAM our laboratories at your convenience 


ments. ny benefits, including on-the-job graduate study ‘ i ak i ome seat i eh ian a 
programs are available. - hove: math ‘resuljememiar you's? be’ eligila’ for our 40- MEMORIAL DAY 
” Network Theory—®ystems Eveluation—Microwave Technique— 


@ Preference civen to men who have completed college educe- + he 
INTERVIEWING MEMORIAL DAY tan cinco 1008 9 am. to} p.m. SS Se Pesci nest as eoeateeer 
@ Please brine transcript of collese record to interview if it ures—Packaging Electronic Eaulpment——Pulse CGP ato 


Evening or weekend interviews will be arranged at your convenience. is “readily available, FOR APPOINTMENT sowave Piltese-—-Siieht  Gimalatere—Ges 
Call Mr. H. M. Heldmann at 0 0 E mints turization—Electro-Mechanical Design—@mall nets 
EXecutive 3-5034 between isms—Quality Control and Test Engineering—Antennae Design. 


TU. 2-6800 | ere le Call KI #-4900 Ext. 131 
EMERSON RESEARCH LABORATORIES a i posits ~ MELPAR, Inc. 
Washington 10, D. C. - a AIRCRAFT - . ACF Industries, Inc. peal pa am 
aoe ted Alreratt Corp | a Falls Churc , Va. 


| East Hartford : 524 North Pitt St. 
World's foremost designer and Dethtee ot omyer engines ) Alexandria, Virginia 


Interviewing 
OPENINGS EXIST IN THESE FIELDS: 


| A Division ef Emerson Radio & Phoriograph Corporation 


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Circulation Two paths of oSrancement ore Capable of Working to Close Bure'me infor notion proses . 1703 gg pee ae teed Be wk, 
MICROWAVE | i sepialize on technical problems CALIFORNIA ELECTRICAL PHYSICAL EXAMINATION Larcaapctnes NIGHT MANAGER Brora Ae yl Pere rsonnel nee 


means quicker sales results the finer tor those | whose interests REQUIRED One of Washineton’s leading 


for. Washington Post ond | & NG 1 NE ER S | sue commen depemmater bo NORTHROP | MECHANICAL Well Equipped Shop Facies) martter. Bubelt eonbiey cre 


The common of qual. reqmnts 


Times Herald classified ad- cpportunity--with Dlenty, of top si INTERVIEWS DAILY ee PAINT STORE 


ne ar 
Wages Commensurate With lis on electrical apPliances: no 
vertisers. To place your ad rowan ihe seatas Now Offers Career . ey D | 
for Sunday FOR _ on Cera ‘| Opportunities in the DOUBLING gray Ability sxocrience neceosar?. paid€2 2°"! MAANAGER 


plus 3-4 er per .| Must be experienced. Good sa 
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ordpance  svstque and hydraulic SNARK SM-62 Saturday By Appointment Many Company Benefits Earnines during "tre z F104. ir future to 4? eet E = 
HUGHES «locas (OUIDED MISSILE) LseeSa et patetcen pesfies| Slt tempat eee Te 
i ° Rive ith future need apply 1305 
REpublic 7-1234 ENGINEERS ren ERCO DIVISION Apply in Person Rhode giand, Anes NE Moa, S13) PAINE Bares 5, Soca ef 
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RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT | Electrical an e fe MEA ACF Industries, Inc MON, TUES. THUR. PRI. | wen—white, 18-25, drafi exempt Auto. Bod ogy. 2205" cfs ee 


5 Mechanical CON ayy : Leather work apprenticeship in 
HELP, MEN , LABORATORIES Aeroneutical SU PERSON IC mR BEAUTIFUL Riverdale, Md. WA. 7-4444| 8 AM, to 4 P.M. tire manyfactuss Bo apart tfieral | PAINTERS WANTED—Reliadje athe 
BS | sh nanics. 


. UR EX- } program, vacation and 
MATHEMATICIANS! JET TRAINER om W 5 CONDI- ; oes, Bawa a Raneer, foc 


ENGIYEERS petite i 60 and ENGINEERING Pro e “at M- | HOTEL SALES =| 
grams | : ; hes rere 
ARMA announces PHYSICISTS we EOENTATIVE MELPAR, IN in dept ;- PAINTER®*—For large new pro 


mus in Wheaton afea. Out Vie rh Mi i 
} | tive and ability to accept respon-| tc -| fa. 3 on Rand 
FALCON MISSILE IN ‘Immediate Openin s Are! POs IOn NOW | sibility and handie convention | ment many employe benefits 7 
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INERT ’ L SYSTEMS. | ne otra ," AVALLABLE *S¥ | _ Excellent, opportun onal RL £9 Te Ve Lat , | Diy Rm. 404 tit) G st. ne ERLMUTTER BROS.. Raa- 


AND Aircraft Ordnance famoye | hotel aan. rite 


ee ced . R JANITOR for NE. apt. dide.. mar- *PALLS Ch Unc. VA.” NAVY FIRE | PAINTERS 
NAVIGATION Contret anatrsie memset, Bratems esearch, SENIOR ENGINEERS ried. no children: sober; stoker| 7... rnold. 2-V bus from 11th § mNAPPLY JAFFE Y 


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ADVANCED FIRE CONTROL paaine iin Digital & Analog and maiptepane experience Phone and E Sts. NW. to plant entrance) | 
CesT Ore stset Grote] | PROJECT ENGINEERS aT ANITOR CONTROL MEN PARKING, sATIENDANTS. — “Appi? 


RADAR SYSTEMS Con r stems sertial lace | Desi rn | 
DEVELOPMENT Microwave Koa ysis slp sets g y GROUP LEADERS i s ; a” shatried a’ wisien. MACHINE OPERATORS | PAINTERS fi enced; xterior: 


et Engine Controls | ners helpful | | Minimum of 10 years Naval ex- r trling- 


: ledge of B ; 
PROGRAM Navies ration Research Deo | r Sieg 70 erience. Gradu of FT- } S.. } Rou 
Control “Analysis J - : Dp t ermanent, full time positions for | Pr-B Schools “preferred Re pad 28 
are now developing Contre Antenna PUWVEPTEVET VS) | ceccccuniues semen | Ie 5 equariers, Bee i: Permanent, full t miuhee coeds . jie” genar. te, work Mon 
For An System Analysis Test Sauipment AWAIT You —- rw.) =. 8- —_.. or drill press oper UM-| Permanent positions. convenient PA Y AN—White 


ee R M 
J | erous loyee oon s. ‘septs Mm; location. attractive salaries. and ?) _— SS Th q 
even Mere Advented Ale. poertene & Anal tical @ FM transmitters and re- eed ats Sersonae advancement opportunities Ve ag ef Joo ae 
TECHNICAL WRITING ceivers. sub carrier oscilis- PoE Sea 930 Fs ) 


ADVANCED MISSILES AND SYSTEMS senveriane. = en Se | LABORERS—-Colored ; es om 


a « . construction work. O Apply in Person ar 
AIR FORCE her a (hisociation with ‘| Engineers Sraties wt oe tO | uy feat Bae . AMERICAN Send Resume Administrator 
with College Desree or © Transistor spptications, | Jop.'See foréman on tot. Mr Sin! INSTRUMENT CO. | O, Call KI. 9.9190 | cous 


Hughes, therefore has many 
t ey ‘ | eofganic chemist fo 
MISSI LE challenging openings for quent achievement evaiuations Equivalent Experience in @ Systems engineering. 8030 Georgia Ave. FOR APPOINTMENT jon in patent section oF 


, WHICH ROAD To sUCC ing, Md. Philadelphia pharme- 
Inertial Nevisation offers’ Microwave Engineers with susT PITs Your ESS AERONAUTICAL @ Miniaturized packaging. JAN ITOR Silver Spring, Md oeutica! 1 company Qood per 
most adva cept | proven creative ability te TALENTS AND TEM M @ Cooline and heat ex- : necessary 
t ¢. i . PERAMENT? audnecre. | MAIL CLERK—Yn«, wht rad Corvey Engineering Co. considered portun! 


develop microwave anten- Cc Exp. not nec. $50 POST TIO: ne. learn the fascinat 
A A 2610 Jeff. Davis Hews. ating art @ 
boun nas and circuitry for super- ne ae a ayy contisenes. | ECHANI AL is Is your chance to join & To do custodial work. pats 1334 Mass. ave. nw. DI | ’ Alenandrtn Virginia mth. a ae to work 
pisimate sdenpation most | come =Geles eee ire BOK M46. POST-TH CT pant our Nation’ ided Must have excellent work | marLROOM ASST.—20 yrs. of age) — re , oe factlys x seySla ene Sa 
on for frames. Live and work in Sits ELE RONIC issile and aiveratt Sproer ram record and persona! back- Kn wiekon. “ot Addresso- NEWSPAPER plete cogum 

ong-range missile eunny Southern California. ground which will be BOX M-482, POST T-F 


While the Principles ote ee | ELECTRICAL lerview — eur convenienes. thoroughly investigated | Ditaitaation, | Cal LAD. 4-244 ' MOTOR ROUTE 


call (collect) ” Phii adeiphia, Pa before employment. : MAN DISTRIBUTOR | PHOTOGRAPHER —Bpsed Wie a 
ales an collectio wo Home sittings. must have ca ae 
AERODYNAMIC MR. JAMES F. DRUMM| Wis wie. cain tare for sal 4 collection. wort Home, 


A's © 
anes ow . for outside crew 
precision | ins | By sonia tide gi Y OunN EVerareen 2-5015 Gall LA. 6-008 for appt 10-2 pm Warrenton, Va PHOTO FINISHER—PFull or . 
systems for navigation and plan and good salary e er i " 


fire control. sentative will be in WASH- STRUCTURES or forward letter or resume | MAN—Capabie of operating service Distributorship available | ie Exper. only on 120 film . 

mee ‘rect to | wanted , hases of in Warrenton and vicinity. PLUMBER 

or a major) INGTON on JUNE 4 APPLY | operat iver BR $80. 7 Applicant must. live in | » 
Cavancea “are ELECTRONIC | and CIVIL My By! ab eas | Warrenton or’ close” by, | Settee as; sean, ames 
~~ OPERATIONS "MANAGER TRAINEE | sh | Rosie ith established firm, 
eten eslected will be sehecied at! Late model car and cas | onpit vatizat ion insurance and paid 
von ENGINEERING Raymond Rosen | RESEARCH OFFICE | ous” expense fo. assuine ees bond required | men wi ai ably SBuNS wr 
. . it e 4 over s j ; 

LOCAL INTERVIEW ENGINEERS Engineering Products, Inc. o yene Ear nine vopport tunity fi EXCELLENT EARNINGS STER. ist and N sts. s 
as Well as The Johns Hopkins | wines nttoettiartsns ony; Apply Mr. Lyerly . /#tumpen ig, wore in Pairtex coup. 
“Rilscvhias «fea. welt Seed a i 2 6th Floor pomillas with, ¢ ‘ 


references For interview call 


PI Pho District 7-2415 ° | 4 at ; *7 9 ovledes. af ho «4 h 
— Nipecaliatcanaesr a Math, Physics and = iversi | amen | The Washington Post] stems tall se. 2.3735. “**88 


must be coupled University 
with extraordinary ability te! for immediate appointment Aircraft | a Times Herald 
provide. uimost” “sccuracy | FOOD CLERKS ji MANAGER a re 


under conditions of extreme’ 


Sccelevation:  peretures and! ©, if you prefer, mail resutme to Instrumentation Weapon Systems Bethesda. ‘Marviand™ Suburban Children’s Wear Shop 
écceleration , ' NW. AREA INTERVIEWS Box M-494. Post-TH | 
mpervisory Bratt: positions Scientific Staff Relations Analysis 0 s,m. to 3:09 p,m SANKGER Tor cooperative Housine | 


NO EXPER Y th id dev t nouses 2 
as well as for Servo i yoy To et ee —hiendiz™ rr from D, c. near ‘Indian Head. M Md COLLECTION ASSISTANT 
SENIOR ENGINEERS | t t C T M J t, A d t Ny LANDSCAPE | Two-bedrm houses. State salary 
nstrumens a r. sonn nare a FOOD hove PLAN DRAWING | iene nnd expat cia 
No experience required: if quall-| Salary Open Potomac Height s Mu- 
ENGINEERS HH J G 'H F S Trevatetare MEtropolitan 8-5931 for 2, > ery. | 21 AXP iar fied for training, you. week while oe, Caeere Soe Inc Man wanted in the office of an Internationa! Publish- 
OPPER $67 TO rn | d u + hg saya ing Company to contact delinquent accounts via long 
ASSOCIATE ENGINEERS WASHINGTON : : EMPLOY we teen bible Site, Zant MECHANIC distence telephone. 


lity te work on all makes of 


c 
; RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT ; ; rs. High guarantee sufficient to 
ee Vacuum Tube INTERVIEWS PY Ina MANY) Ewell. y HU 3.7700. be- Cov he ~ weekly sharing This. is a@ position of responsibility and offers oppor- 
Systems Evaluation LABORATORIES Circuitry Fri. Sat.. and Sun tween 0 _a_m_and § Pm. plan Company benefits | ine) wud! ing | tunity for the future. We preter a person who has 
7) " ” leave, vacation 


APPL | sic _ a. 8 had finance company experience or related work. 
May 25, 26, and 27 i MACHINISTS | srangeot™4uirtirgment. Locanion: | 7 


Culver City, California ‘ Ottice. REN Center Ay Greenbelt. | To the person who qualities we offer an excellent as- 


Digital Computers live Firm Offers May Be SAFEWAY 8 to #0 years’ experience. Must be | sig HaWit--Oulboatd molar © se: | sociation, good salary, vacation with pay, insurance 


i ; capable of precision ‘ A 
"y Westchester Made at This Time shop experience reauired. Excel-| Dependabdie, to head service dept of | and pension privileges. 


. é arine business. State ase. quali 
Accelerometers County, New York State, STORES INC ! Setaty “alrcenditionel’ plant “Pe-| fications. exp., re = Full training will be given in this particular work and 
T | at the gateway of New Travel and Moving / 4 ix te otto iEC AN —Nations! organiza’ ton | you will receive every cooperation To one who 
elemetr : d s th i f d| | . 
ee Engineer York State resort ares, Expenses May Be Paid EMPLOYMENT OFFICE Apply plondar through Pridey | mechanic fo 5 aa a this cone x * tong, protitapie ane very 
id S yet only 30 minutes from | ! aA. M. to 430 P.M of feet operation, Contact Mr. pleasant association. The opening is available imme- 
Guidance Systems | | | fe T4833 | diate! | 
TUBE AND Downtown New York! Northr Aircraft 1406 WY. Ave. NW | Otter times by eppointment BANIC — For lawnmower and ” 
Reliabilit Cit or Op irc Suite 712—1 ond Bid . engine repairs. {ull or bert 
— TRANSISTOR ny. 1001 EAST BROADWAY except O26) gen?'s) moldars! | AHRENOT INSTRUMENT CO. | file. Only experienced man needs State Suty 6 quatentiene,, OPeeens, $e 8’ Cn 
Seabiliz: Devi " HAWTHORNE. CALIFORNIA 4910 Calvert Rd, Collese Park. Ma! B RF. 946 No. Giede rd number where you may be reached. 
izing Vevices GARDE MANGER. wh! ay. ‘MENS . 
hy 4) SUBSIDIARY OF sal r hie - 
, APPLICATION TOP SALARIES GAS STATION LERVICE. 719 ATIONAL "half, LITTON IS DUSTRIES. INC mm ~Ay 4 Ptraining given. Write to Box 572° Post-T.H. 
Servomechanisms into ae te MANAGER floor, P Fieldstone, Inc. 1219 K NE ; 
ece 
Tule rowing Redie Hoon’ GRILL AND SANDWICH MAN licants Will Be Promptly Interviewed 
; AND BENEFITS salary piicants e Frromptiy . 


; 


The height of imecinative 
resourcefulness enzi- 


bonus 
Cent tral, 5 518 Sth 8 


Gyroscopics 


and helper lary. commission. vase. superienese, exce 


Automatic Cortrols vacation’ with pay. eroup hospi-| Apply im oerson Randy's. 1113 


Th od > ibe oni ‘ — sauee, 
ermedyramics | Hemant € qemomescts §~NMAATHEMATICIANS 
to-date on “the state of the art HOMES OIL CO nd other emplove 


- Environmental Research Local. Interviews ’ r.Barke, Cosmos 


Weight Control leare | trensiste Convenience 


be able to wr r- . T ; 
Transormen SEE] send Resume te Jobs Open At rece DESIGNERS and 


Production Test nis deities tac peat th “ina Digital Computers 


Equipment tie’ masy ‘Veation Sccsttstaee| = Box M-2163 A N 
There's sieniticant scientific! Secloat '™ “h lake-mountain POST-TH * er ae ee ee ke DR FTSME 
7 | comer an GR ee nes tection, FR © applied mathematics—the application of digital 

ARMA‘: “Inerftal Navigation . Extes FLOOR LAYERS, sanders and fin- computers to scientific and Te analysis | 


Many supplemen 8 ‘ , 
leage sen resume in con ente ~engnesienanitenanmeal 
to. Box M-497, Post-TH | FURNITURE finisher hels through calculus, éneeel Electric will train you 


perienced. wanted. Call J ef. er 


ig in the following fields: 


for computer programming. 


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m re 
a .. eritical demand 


¢ Defense Dept.s missile F : : ° to 
“ program. ’ ) ngineering CDECIAI DEFE Jet Power Plant 

i Melpar’s expansion 4 SPECIAL DEFENSE PROJECTS DEPT. m : be 
Moving Allowances Arranged has created new Me Or a xt wag hi 


(Commensurate, with’ experience) positions for men experienced AERODYNAMICISTS Heat & Vent Dusting 


Pe gre Information, Please ® in the following fields reat arrehanas General Electric ("5 Day Engine Accessories Instl. 


Control Surtace®? 
, Landing Gear Installation 
Techalea! Persensct Dest. Sheet Metal Layout . \ 3198 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. Interviews Mechanism 
ARMA | ceariceby. <>. : Call CA. Baker - ‘Loftsmen seh 
Division, American Bosch Machine Parts Inspection DESIGN CHECKERS : OL. 4-7630 } All Types of Aircraft Structures 


cunt SE» Electro Mechanical Inspection ne eee R&D TALENT THIEBLOT Aircraft Co. 


dea ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS 


EXPEDITOR Precision Assembly ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS 4924 Hampden Lane, Bethesda, Md. 


Sersditert fi time, pezition for | For career positions in an expanding 
Rena Numeross,emolore re bene: MATHEMATICIANS independent research and develop- 


sana MELPAR INC. AEN: Canes 1509, oteneaatvierssoon 5. COLLEGE 


131] 

INSTRUMENT CO. 3 South Fern St. TECHNICAL WRITERS Research and development is our primary function. RA LY) J AT F S 

8030 Georgia Ave. . | Your job as a permanent staff member would involve 
Silver Spring, Md. Arlington Va TEST ENGINEERS work on a succession of government, industrial, and 
: company projects as a leader or member of the teams C f f BALTI- 
organized for each development. Primary requirement ontinui pians tor expansion ©) 
FOOD PLAN SALESMAN (] blk. off Jefferson Davis Hwy. | for most of our projects is a thorough grounding in MORE BRANCH OFFICE create a splendid 
der pew sys De train ore of the technical disciplines and a personal interest opportunity for a college graduate. This 
i MN ark L Foop PpAN Route. 1 at South 15th St.) INTERVIEWS — ee. for translating theory into practical is a chance-to become a permanent ment- 
: , “ ber of the sales engineering force of the 
Monday—F riday | world’s largest manufacturer of automatic 


8—3:30 P.M. IF YOU ARE A controls. 


Successful applicant will receive 7 weeks 
ENGI N EER Saturday by Appointment —DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER training course in Minneapolis with salary 
sch and expenses. Upon completion, he will 


—CHEMIST | receive a new model automobile for bus:- 


Does your present position contain ERCO D IVISION —APPLIED MATHEMATICIAN ness and personal use. 


—PHYSICIST If you are a college graduate, with some 


ACF INDUSTRIES, INCORP. : training in math and physics or engineer- 


ivities? | : maa ! ing, between the ages of 22 and 35, you 
any elements of these activities RIVERDALE, MD. WA. 7-4444 0 have had ai ing in» egy PY eee yw Oe ee en ae a et 


a lifetime career. 


Stress and Vibration Analysis —Instrumentation Engineering 


—Mechanical Development —Hydraulic and Servo Systems Design COLORED Our growth tradition offers unusual scope for you to Reply in writing only, er details of age, 


advance your professional career through your personal education, experience, a 

«es heeled a ee ie 4 mie : WASHINGTON'S LARGEST AGENCY HAS MANY OPENINGS efforts. Send us a brief resume of your background for 
S tee & os bd oF more yoere oxpersence iB tnese Grease GP - FOR QUALIFIED JOB SEEKERS. COME IN NOW AND BE @ prompt answer desccibing current openings in your 

the ability to apply basic owledge effectively to in ad ad 

aircraft engine declan § and ~ gf Rx wnat wrsatoatgewethinscsetas ONE OF THE 1005 WE WILL PLACE THIS WEEK. PARTIAL field of interest. 


wi p COMMERCIAL’ SALES MANAGER 
These opportunities are outside the usual run of engineering positions, with well EP Cpe reper re it: ee MEMORIAL DAY INTERVIEWS 3 


defined promotional ibilities in a department of tablished company. ‘ 

Seesatinc Sus easeatese ese dss SA ae MINNEAPOLIS- 
status and there yey additional benefits > Seat ae : COUPLE, exp. and ref, : -++ $400 plus aqtrs. Call Ki. 9-7500 for appointment 

Sdvantages. "The product offers stability im its appeal to both ‘commercial snd LIQUOR STORE CLK., exp. only «40+ $55 wk. HON EYWE Bs 
military markets. ; - TRUCK DRIVERS, furniture exp. .....+..+++- $50 wk. ' . 


re Ts Regn ROO, Se OLN Ca eg . FABRICATORS, godd in math ....ccsceceees $50 wk. Atlantic Research Corp. 2 ii Mie te 


salary require- 
ments to: 


KITCHEN HELPERS, exp. only....ccccss0+.. $48 wk, | 
; Ra: Xe cad CLK. feves) .... Loncbaee Soe C7 901 North Columbus St 5 & a. : ; 
eo 719 11th = or) 2nd floor : ot oth 


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BALLS CHURCH LABORATORY 


Falls Church residents pre- 
ferred. Permanent positions in 
Falls Church. References re 
quired. Many employe bene- 
fits. 


PUBLICATION 
EDITOR 


TO WORK ON TECHNICAL 
RADIO AND RELATED PUB- 
LICATIONS. MUST BE ABLE 
TO EDIT AND ADAPT COPY 
AS WELL AS TO FIT IT, FIT 
ILLUSTRATIONS, PROOF.- 
READ, AND ASSUME FULL 
RESPONSIBILITY FOR FOL- 
LOWING MANUSCRIPT 
INTO PRINT. A_ LITTLE 
KNOWLEDGE OF RADIO, TV, 
OR ELECTRONICS AND/CR 
ABILITY TO MAKE OR RE- 


you im person. Car is eoeeatial. 


APPLY 
10-1 ON SATURDAY 
10-4 WEEKDAYS 
Pen-Del, Farms of Md., 


Inc. 


934 BONIFANT 7. 
SILVER SPRING. 


creo roy 
saM TO4P 


MON, TUES. THUR. PRI. 


MELPAR, INC. 
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“2-¥ bus from 1ith 
to plant entrance). 


3000 ARLINGTON 
FALLS CHURCH, 


Arnold 
sts. nw. 


‘Take 
and £ 


PRODUCTION 


PLANNERS 


yosrrious INVOLVE THE 


Apply in Person 


MOM. TOUMS.. THUR. Fat. 


1311 South Fern St. 
Arlington, Virginia 


(1 bik. off Jefferson Davis Hwy. 
Route | at South | Sth St.) 


Melpar, Inc. 


PRODUCTION 
RESEARCH 


Planning 
Opportunities 


AT 


CHANCE VOUGHT 
AIRCRAFT 


DALLAS, TEXAS 


seduction of the CR 
and 


air-condition 
quiet now for pereeanel witty the 
oliowing experience 


TOOL PLANNING 


pian operation uenes for 
abrication and assembiy) 


TOOL DESIGN 


‘To design ¥ aq * Semotes teols. 
ro A milling 
Sistures ate dies orn +m 


TOOL RESEARCH 


‘To foveien appropriate teol 
an ar | as rele 
to | “Sirers t designs and me- 


TOOL ESTIMATING 
and FORECASTING 


{ve prepare one maintain 
forecas mates and ste 
eal contro 


INDUSTRIAL 
ENGINEERS - 


‘Te develop and improve menu- 
fecturing methods) 


QUALITY CONTROL 
im mointeis p bet aos con- 
Fesphurer. chemistry or statie| 
Send detailed resume te: 
Salary Emoplorment 


CHANCE VOUGHT 
AIRCRAFT 
Incorporated 


PO. Box 5907 Dallas. Texas 


PROGRAMMERS 
ANALYSTS 


AUTOMATIC 
COMPUTERS 


TECHNICAL 
ILLUSTRATORS 
TECHNICAL WRITERS 


Bre 
Westinghouse 
JET ENGINE 
DIVISION 
ADVERTISEMENT IN 
SPORTS PAGES 


RADIO 
TECHNICIAN 
For Electronic 


Manufacturing Plant 
APPLY 


Monday Thru Friday, 9-4 
NEMS CLARKE 


919 Jesup Blair Drive 
SILVER SPRING, MD. 


v 


With High School Education and training in either 


SALESMEN 


We have openings for 3 men with 


PAIR LINE DRAWINGS WILL 
BE HELPFUL. ABOUT $80 A 


executive ability who can quenty 
for promotion urry due 
expansion program now under wer, 


_ FOR INTERVIEW 
IN WASH. & MO. CALL 
Li. 6-3300 
IN VIRGINIA CALL 
JA. 8-4444 
RENAIRE CORP. 


WEEK TO START, PLUS AD- 
VANCEMENT AND SUB- 
STANTIAL BENEFITS. IN RE- 
PLY, MENTION AGE, EDU- 
CATION, EXPERIENCE, AND 
WHETHER YOU CAN SHOW 
US SAMPLES OF WHAT YOU 
HAVE DONE. 


P. O. BOX 6472 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 


QUALITY 


CONTROL 
STATISTICAL 
ENGINEERS 


Applicants must have 
training in statistics, 
minimum of one year's 
experience in statistical | 
weny control in the 

-Radio or electronic 
field. Knowledge of de- 
fect prevention program 
is desirable. Degree pre- 
ferred or equivalent 
work experience accept- 
able. 


SALES 


CAREER 
SALESMEN 
WANTED FOR 
EXCEPTIONAL 
OPPORTUNITY 


One of the most success- 
ful food 

s zations i 

enlarging 

ff n 


5 


home sregper food buying 

service. Our men make 

$75-$140 You éay in com- 

oe. ou will be work- 
Salary Commensurate 
With Experience and 

Ability 
Many Company Benefits 


WESTINGHOUSE 
ELECTRIC CORP. 
Route 27, Vineyard Rd. 
Metuchen, New Jersey 


f 
would like te see you for 


an interview 


HOME FREEZER 
FOODS 


6219 3rd St. NW. 
SALESMEN for satiener? 
bmg; Stationery. 841 

_aye., Silver Spring, Md. 4 
SALESMAN —Hardware department. 
25-35 years of age. inside sales ex- 


perience preferred but not essen- 
starting salesy. plus 


TU. 2-2920 


store 
4 Georcia 


NDLERS. For Nat. 
t. Yas... wht. $52 POSITIONS. 
. 1334 Masse. ave. nw 


Real Estate Salesmen _ 
Immediate openings for 1 
men or women to s 
rambie iit 

homes. open- 
ax. Va. Call Mon- 


Sales Manager, 
ESTATE CORP. 


_Arlingt on, Va. Bee Mr. Brown. _ 


SALESMEN 
$150—$250 PER WEEK 


4 neat appearing me with cars| 
to represent an old national con- 
cern. This is job for security 
for the rest of your life —_— in on 
the sround floor t te 
veneelll 


and levels in new 
s ivis of 

soon Pal 

anc ‘Tuesday. 

RI REAL 

-5960 


REAL FSTATE SALESMEN—Top 
a = offered; one part-time 
salesm has earned over $3,000 
since ies. 1. Call Mr. Biumentha! 
fer appointment. RIGGSs LTY 

3-9450 Ex. __ 3-4484 


ave aw) ROL ae 
MR. HAROLD H 
2025 Slt Island Ave. 
DAILY, 10:30 TO 4:30 
Openings available in Waehinaten 
and Virgin 
If you cannot come in ~~ ae write 


STA 
need 3 4 awake al 
2 car for Si! 
multiple isting office. Expr. not 
nec. Start immed. BE J. NCH- | 
ARD REALTY, 8435 


Ga. sve nw. 


——~ 3) wate at wae 


«s 
Guarentecd sal ay “ ‘during trainine 
= = 


ar oth s , a 


Fee pe ee you tired of 
layed comms. charge-backs, 
it restrictions. etc If so 
like to talk with zou ° 
Peters, Room 327. Portland Bids 
29 Vermont Ave 
SALESMEN coins. on jewelry and 
= stores to arry brand-new 
pooutral line of ‘aifts for Masonic 
er fraternal lodges: Noncan- 
Pi tine with your 
rect 


Route Salesmen 


de- 
cred - 


Per established routes. between 21- 
: r woule 


5000 
per year need apply. After 2 p>. m 
PERSONNEL OFFICE 


ARCADE-SUNSHINE 


713 Lemont St. NW. 


ROUTE MAN 


sition for 
c 


Bek i 


2 Wharton St.. “Phils, RS 
river's per- SAL ESMAN—Sell batteries to deal- 
3 and local references required 


ers rs Comm $100 day possible. CO 


SALESMEN—(2) 


coca 3 permanent position for a| 

able and conscientious work - | 
er, . of — a vacation ores salary. | 
7 vacation wit With following in Janitor Supply 
its. ete. If you meet the meee : oe | 
qualifications, - di = ied oenper produtts:_.profit 
Mr. rterfie) 


aPeir in person to} she one 

, HOUSE Acc S.: 

National Laundry Co. : 
nia Ave. N 


35 West Virgin gE. te LI. 3-2500 

F  SALESMEN Resident “ot/ DISTRICT SUPPLY, INC.| 
ried. 2 ’ . 33 athens | 
lished a bo operate estab- 133 Constitution Ave NE 


We irain you and furnish car and| SALES TRAINEES 


furnish ambition 
We wi 


Elmer 


ary while t unreptese., ser | 
@ training - 4 
Call 9 4 ‘ 


Sales Trainee—lIndustrial 
yresressive eastern meta! fabrica- 
compa excellent 
ES for a man 


ll teach you to sell and par | 


largest and 


most respected freezer food organ- | 


ization 
IN WASH. & MD. CALL 
LI. 6-0443 
IN VIRGINIA CALL 
JA. 8-4444 
RENAIRE CORP. 


SALES TRAINEES | 


Tf you are between 23 and 30 and! 
have @ college background you willl 
be intereste in an excellent Sales | 
ing offered. by | 
Organization. |" 


to train 

me Applicant 
a tec nical college grad- 
35 years of age and 


your education. 
salary desired 


ALESMAN 


If vos have what it takes to knock | 
ae TOA A telephone | 


. 
wer the - 
PETIME. A five 
ety: a. ay could be yours wit hh | 
a ww chance of aevanee. 


HIP if 
BEALERSH 
or 


Mr. Glover r. 
ssional Motors. 


experience an 


¢. Rockville 

at Congressional Airport 
t salary pilus 

excellent incentive plen. This is an 
exceptional opportunity for an 
ambitious young man in‘ ereuted in 
ae: * Call Mr. Lynn. DU 


ae ee ee 


lon ished Clothing 
tore and Men's Furnishings. Ex- 

Ty aod commission 
ie ull info. Post Office Box 


ALESMEN—(4) 


If you can sei! ond. have ear and 
are not making Sooo pet wk. dro 
every you are doing and rus 
ver to see me 
astest moving 
anufactured. Mr. 


oie 


Sale: esmen 


Permanent position for 
young aggressive salesmen; 
experience preferred but nee 
essential. Openings on both | 
inside and outside sales staff! 
available in the following de- 
partments: 

BUILDING MATERIALS 
APPLIANCES 

MEN’S CLOTHING 
Excellent opportunity for ad- 
vancement for those who qual- 
ify. Many top rated company 
benefits. 

Sears, Roebuck & CO. 


4500 Wisconsin Ave 


Mi ~ ay Bil 


- are now operating we pins. 
. Peal estate office at 
n Ridse rd Lots ° walk: 
se to 


Por manufacturer's veproceptative: 
electrical materials: calling 
wholesale trade contractors, archi. 
tee and go ol Sarviend. 
and Va. territo 
either Sa timere or 
car necessary. 
pantors need not « 
y end sincere 
mise —. Write giving ful 
Box 460. Post T-H 


perticu- 


IBM 


proudly offers 
TECHNICAL POSITIONS 


in Washington, D. C. 


to 


MEN_ 19-30 


MECHANICS 
ELECTRICITY 
~ ELECTRONICS 
Sala 


& Expenses 
Paid ile Training 
INTERVIEWS DAILY 


International Business Machines Corp. 
RE. 7-3705 1220 19th Se. N.W. 


\ " 
a 


nees credit, Outsic rk. 
Liber for - ane: 
‘potters isnore, Gall 9M. 2.2466. 
SALESM 
opportunity. Experience 
but will consider youns 
ine to learn. Apply 
R. Winslow Co.. 982 N. Y. ave 


SALESMAN 


Grocery and restaurant trade. ex- 
perienced, permanent employment 
Salary pilus bonus, A-1 references 
ecu ed. gor appointment call LA. 


Excellent 
preferred 


caee who is vite 
Ww 


sn nos 


SILK SCREEN 
PROCESS PRINTERS 


pumertenees 
oo paeee’ Saar roi 


ne nw 


ave. 


TAPER 


kinson 


STOCK CLERKS 


but ot 


tio 
ovonmlention 


REGULAR MERIT REVIEWS 


ae. 


eer _ 
imore 
se. 


| Agency. a as , 
TECHNICAL 
WRITER 


-ereee 
aha. 
s stock sapereence Goolce 


pperessney. Perm t posi- 
an expending "researel 


6-6687. 
Heckman Products Corp. 
____ S11 Monroe St. NE 


SALESMEN 

PART TIME: Evenings and Setur- 
day work Sell fencing. storm win- | 
dows and awnings. This our busy | 
season 
making $100 

r appt. call AP 
Pm eenday aad Tucedas 2h aetat 


SALESMEN 
nd 


A in R oO 
OMENS snore A 
sien with hiberal ' discount adap. <2. 


our . pu 
chas Mid ation 4 ‘aeerase 
Secaraes. xeelient earning oppor- 
unit 


Woodward & Lothrop 
wrk ith P&G NW 


a LESMAN esi 


Opportun in our 
me ade ‘Exceljent 
demonstrator ospi 
insurance Lor mbes Bel 


—Aute esso A 
vancement assured for wide awake 
man for inside saleswork. 
t pay. good working ca 

. eT~- 


excelien 


it 
N—Aali eater Inside | 


retail sales. lumber. hardw 


ressive com- 
Hechinger 


MOTOR CO., mo 
Ford dealer in 


wn. 

men te round out its sales | 

. to take care of the conan a | 
"56 Ford cars and truc 


gressive 


Uniimited apportunities ate avail. | 
ab) en 1 and 30, 


5. 
salesmen; best | 
working conditions. hospitalization ) 
vacation with . demonstrators 
t a oer. 


HANDLEY FORD 


5 YE FORD DEALER 


ve yard eecentpenen has 
itions 


ed to Mr. D 
North Howard 8st. 


Ba umore AWSWIGHMAR 

White. exper Nexcellent, per 

er eauivalent tm preciinical 

sciences to te an the 
voles. 


evelustion of seeasette 
aining to research Va de 
s Philadelphia 
Libera! —— 


ment activities in 
program. send complete resum 


industrial firm 
xX NO. M-4S4. POST-TH 
magn gern de — sec- 


retary to sales “Tifoe a ust be 
capable in typtne. fi and see. 
. 4-7 


eral office work. 
for appointment 


SENIOR SYSTEMS 
ENGINEER 


For Contract Proposals 


| 


Graduate electronic engineer with 


writing proposals 

experience in determination 
customer reduirements Pleasant 
suburban Los Angeles jocation 
Interviews be conducted in 
approximately 
edi- 
. Personne! 


1401 Secundo | 
Boulevard, Haw orne. California 


SERVICE 
REPRESENTATIVE 


Leading automotive manbfacturer 
expanding te organization, seeks | 
} extensive serv- 


permanent : 

or advancement car furnished 
good salary. Write full particulars 
Box M-461. Washington Post T- 


A + AG 
Fxperitenced auto hanic; good 
references desired. “Buitiand Park- 
w 


| 
; 
| 


to furnish 
alary AD A 
arber. Base baa Genter. 10th 
5 

pewers &. steady werk. 

Mr. Pord. A. 8 

971 M St NW 
SHEET METAL 


anics an | 
top Ree See 
Johnson Co. Rear 
“MECHANICS for 
duct work, shop or outside wor 
top wages for ¢ man hospital. 
ization. health and accident bene 


fits. Profit ease. Apply in per- 
pon Rreot pie Co 3850 | 
A rl 


rienced, sobe Apply 
estville rd. 
5-8789. 


Tt 
Forestville Md. 


SHOE SALESMEN 


Draw against commission. Ex- 
perience preferred but not es- 
sential. Permanent positions | 
for the two (2) who qualify. 


SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. 
911 Bladensburg Rd. N.E. 


, white. May- 
flower piner: $02 Rhode Isiand 
v 
anise), me experienced, ee night | 
oo), ye Dn 
good salary, vacation with pay.) 
RA. 3-0070 


STOCK CLERK 


Experienced in working 
with electronic stock de- 
sitable. Should be familiar 
with basic electronic com- 
ponents and have strong 
ability in dealing with 
people. 

Excellent worxing condi- 
tions. Liberal vacation and 
sick leave. Suburban loca- 
tion. Convenient transpor- 


tation. 5-day week. Com- 
pany benefits. 


The Johns Hopkins 
University 


APPLIED PHYSICS 
LABORATORY 


8621 Georgia Ave. 


en 
full information 


men 3000 Arlington Blvd.’ 


} | TAILOR-BUSHELMAN _ - Immediate 


Silver Spring, Md. 


A large and expanding enetters 
pharmaccuts al Oo 
tion 


MANY EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
aA BRLY IN PERSON 
MON, TUES. THUR. FRI. 

8 A.M. TO 4 P.M. 


- MELPAR, INC. 


A SUBSIDIARY OF WESTING- |. 
HOUSE AIR BRAKE CO. 


1311} SOUTH FERN ST. 
(Off Jefferson Davis Hwy.) 
ARLINGTON, VA. 
er 
3000 ARLINGTON BLVD. 
FALLS CHURCH, VA. 


ce oppor - 
Canity for ambitious man with 
ve ine experi- 


scientists to pre- 

reports on new and ¢s- 

tablished drugs. Some travel! 

Comprehensive benefit program. 

Bend complete resume and sai- 
ary requirements. 


BOX M-101, POST-TH 


TOOL DESIGNER 


Degree in Mechanical En- 
gineering or equivalent 
training plus five to eight 
years experience in tool 
designing. Also requires 
knowledge of shop meth- 
ods and practices. 


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| 
| INTERVIEWS DAILY 
§ —.. 3:30 


Saturday By Appointment 


WRITERS 


ERCO DIVISION 
ACF Industries, Inc 
Riverdale, Md. WA, 7-4444 


Preparation of instruction mantu- 
als and in meteten procedures on 
slectreate eauip 

Education in ectrante or previ- 
ous technical writing experience 
necessary 

sntereeeng and challenging assign- 


t om diversified probiems. For ‘TRUCK DRIVER. 2, , able-bodied. 
gees 
$s 
ly will "fad mh a at 
Office 1229 20th st. nw.., 
‘noon, Mon. through Pri. 
VAITERS wanted. permanent. 00d | 
“ane Apply Ciros. 170 ales 
St. NW., opposite EE ohowes Apart- 
ments 


APPLY IN PERSON 


MON., TUES., THURS., FRI. 
8 A.M. TO 4 P.M. 


MELPAR, INC. 


Women’s Shoe Salesman 


Por our Alexandria store Com- 
mission with libera al 

eek 20% 
sxcelient 


purchases, earning op- 


portunity 

Woodward & Lothrop 
Alexandria Store 

Washington St. Alexandria, 


A Subsidiary of Westinghouse 
Air Brake Company 
Va 


WOOL SPOTTER 


Permanent position and good yy 
> 


Town A 


Falls Church, Va. 


Cou untr y Cleane ers. 
you NG MAN—White mechanically 
mes ined t operate automatic 

ailing machine expr 
a iired will train 
RA. 6-6511 


no re- 


and steady employment. JU. 7-9702 area 


Patt ee: 
Tonge, eA ud Teacuens 


WELP, MEN 


“YOUNG MAN | 


7 : to learn 
erature business. Must ve good 
,~ e+ py 


tious.” If If you: have the des 
7 — hs yourse - : 
reer — Permanen —— 


benefits. Apply ing ang compan 
HUB FURNITURE 


7TH & D STS. NW. 


h. 
rn 
Bee 


TOpNG Pa mm a 16 to 18, 
rtland 
Mw 


cs in exeess . oo 
Me Peters sft" 
lde shy p --_ Ave. 


—e. =, 6) white. over 18. No 
average earning 


= - 


‘~~ * 


a? Sara 


Ls THE WASHINGTON PosT end TIMES HERALD | 
Sunday, May 27, 1956 


D5 


has c 
for onmene 


am wn ° 
graduates. 25- SF with 

ess or ional backeround 
and facility lo’ writing clear con- 
cise reports pensive travel on 
North Amer. Continent: , paere and 
all expenses. Car xcel 
career opportunity a tty required 
Enclose recent snapshot. Box 561. 


Takoma Park) 


802 "50 per x a A very « chance 
or gevencomens Appiy . 410, 
24 Sth «t. nw. 


YOUNG MEN 


work with manager on 
No expr. needed 
S75 per werk to 
pid advancement r 
Tay, Room 402, 14065 G st. naw 


YOUNG MEN 


(WHITE—18-28) 


' 


$125 PER WEEK OR MORE 


Proven to You in the Field 


ust be neat in appearance and 
able te call on established cus-'| 
tomers of one of America’s largest 
and best known companies. 


NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY | 
WE TRAIN -YOU 
AT OUR EXPENSE | “ae 


CAR FURNISHED 
CALL MR. GREEN 
EX. 3-4467 
Before Noon 


$100 Per Week to Start 


YOUNG men under 20, day or eve-' 
ning were $37.50 for 3 hours daily 

halt- dav Sat. Call LO 7001 | 
or 17-2438 3 D. mM. to 4p. m.| 
dail 7 only i 


YOU NG MEN| 
A ‘TELEPHONE JOB 


FOR YOU 


WITH THE 
WESTERN 
ELECTRIC CO., INC. 
INSTALLING 
Communications Equipment 


in Telephone Buildings 
SOME HIGH SCHOOL REQUIRED | 


MUST BE IN GOOD HEALTH A 
ed TO TRAVEL IF necks 


PROGRESSIVE WAGE SCALE IN 
PrECT 


E 
PREVIOUS INDUSTRIAL AND 
ARMED FORCES EXPERIENCE 
CONSIDERED IN FESTABLISH- | 
ING STARTING WAGE. 

POR at pee CALL 


8 AM. TO 12 NOON 


Interviewing in Washington June 2-4 for 


ENGINEERS 
AND 
SCIENTISTS 


CONSIDER THESE 
DIVERSIFIED OPERATIONS 
IN MINNEAPOLIS! 


HEATING AND AIR-CONDITIONING-CONTROLS DIVISION— 
and Electronic Amplifiers. 


sure Controls, Valves, Combustion Safeguard Controls, 


Satellite Missile 


ORDNANCE DIVISION—Ballistic and 
Power Supplies, 


MACHINE CONTROLS DIVISION—Automatic Control Systems for Manufacturing 


and Assembly Machines. 


AERONAUTICAL DIVISION-——Digital Computers, 


Engine Fuel Controls, 


DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERS are needed for design and development work on 
Applicants should have a degree in Electrical 


the above components and systems. 


Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering, Physics, 
or a related field. Experience is desirable in one or more of the above 


matics, 
product lines. 


PRODUCTION ENGINEERS are needed to establish manufacturing, 
These engineers should have background 


and chemical processes and methods, 
in precision electrical, mechanical or hydraulic devices. 


RESEARCH ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS are needed at Honeywell's modern 
Research Center in suburban Minneapolis to conduct basic research studies on 


company-wide automatic control projects. 


CONSIDER THESE 
NUMEROUS ADVANTAGES! 


Salaries, 


Honeywell, leader in contro! systems for 


different controls—more than half of them for civilian markets. 
record of achievement and broad diversification means permanent opportunities 


for you to advance. 


Outstanding educational opportunities 


of Minnesota. Continue your formal learning while Honeywell contributes toward 


your tuition. 


Honeywell pays travel and moving expenses to the Land-of 10,000 Lakes. 


Minneapolis offers you metropolitan living with a suburban atmosphere... 
sailing, swimming, skiing and skating. 


Beautiful lakes and parks provide golf, 


Good fishing and hunting. Residential areas close to the plant. 
and suburban sthool systems. An unusually friendly city for you to enjoy. 


WASHINGTON INTERVIEW 


ROSS WAGNER, Engineering Administrator, 
HOTEL for interviews SATURDAY, SUNDAY, 


Minneapolis-Honeywell Reg. Co., 


H 


MINNEAPOLIS 


oneywe 


First in Controls 


Other manufacturing divisions located in: BOSTON. 
LOS ANGELS. 


Flight 
and Instrumentation and Display Equipment. 


insurance-retirement and vacation programs are all first-rate. 


65 years produces over 


10 minutes from the University 


will be at the SHERATON-PARK 
and MONDAY, JUNE 2-4. To 
arrange an appointment, please contact HERMON BEEK at our Branch Office, 
EM. 2-3600, MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, MAY 28 THROUGH JUNE 1, 
If interview dates are inconvenient, please mail your resume to: S. C. VALLENDER, 
2753 4th Ave. S., MinfRapolis 8, Minn. 


CHICAGO. DENVER, PREEPORT, 
PHILADELPHIA, TORONTO, AND WABAGH. 


Temperature . Pres- 


Components, Transistor 


Anti-Aircraft Fire Control Systems and, Proximity Fuzes. 


Control Systems, Jet 


Mathe- 


assembly, 


12,000 
This steady 


Excellent city 


|WASHING MACHINE 


AD BOOK MATCHES 


SDE 

INCOMP 840-860 
showing World 
services to friends. 
will thank yew 
views pay > Ww 
4-5608 


eekly spare time 
Books educationa! 
pacanere 
rst 10 
$350. Call 


; 


UN 
servicemen. 
must know Maytag and Whirlpool; 


want your own business? 
service stations for 


you 
We have new 


over. Investment reauired. Cail 
a 


service and bar operations. 

ous military club experience de- 
sired, but not ys tay og © - 
lete resume to Li. 
pecial Services, U 3 Naval Train. 
ing Center. Bainbridge. Md. 


OPPORTUNITY 


or art time 
college or 

servicemen 

, Por apt. 


ECHS.—Lie” 


Inc., 
17 


im our sales) 
yn work.- 

per Not 
“oan JA. 5- 


Pull 
dept.;: 
ers. 
can vaseing. 


5701. 


A&E 
POSETIONS. 
ne. DL 7-92 


aot req. 980 up. 
1334 Mass. ave 


ee 


Wanted 


OUTSTANDING SALES 
EXECUTIVE 
Por Washington. D. C. 
A 46-year-old national concern 
ith an outstanding reputation 
doing large volume with thousands 


n epresen 
in Washington. D'‘C. a 
We are looking for a se 
trates y in intangibles, 
eet and sell top m 


30. 20. 

is opportuni 

think ‘2; W 
KES' Give wa ee} complete 

nal and our General Gales an 

ager will arrange a persona! inter- 

view. Box No. 486. Post-TH. 


rear e offer 
es if you will (1) 
AT’S ALL, 


Pull or Part Time Seili 
fnew our 214-page Portfolio r sell. 
ing dynamite: —_ anes ns 
Prem} um Pian (you ° par 
for BIG daliy eM ibiities: 
Glamour els, patety Series! Union 
a ! ‘s' Everyone 
ot ; ‘srespect Master Outfit 
WRITE TODA Mercury 
" Ohi 


PART-TIME 
6-9:30 P. M. 


8 neat-appearing young men. white 
work in research meee? division of 
large nat'l conce ° 
necessary Rorvie 
acceptable 


a m-4p. m 
Bes Dupont Circle 
Bidg 4-5 p 
Attention ‘Students. 
Pull or part time summer employ- 
ment. Earnings of $60-$90 weekly 
Appar 10. & m-3 Dp. m. Fm. 708. 
nw 


INCREASED DEMAND 


For our landscaped products and 
design services make it necessary 
to add «a married man from this 
area to our successful staff. He 
should be over 24 with good re‘er- 
ences. Experience in our field is 
not required. As this century old 


who 
inter-| A-1 


HELP, WOMEN 


ATLAS Agcy. RE 7-57 


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 


HELP, MEN 15 


SECRETARY. $340 mo arent 
future, opportunity #235 aa 
anes older man, $3 = Bei 

Ors, cor. 12th 
RA. * 234 


WHITE & COLORED - 
e r Ya 


ov and r 
Mannings. 1919 Sth! 


COLORED 


Counter and grill man, hese 
xp. one TGS. ax 


Hons, Te 


Ave. at quemes Cir. 
DI. 7-9217 


“= 


ia Sots 


1334 Mass. 


16 


ABSTRACTORS (MUW.), 


See ABBEY First 


1338 Eve St. NW. 8T. zgrse 
u 

| ae 
$70 
$60 


A 
, $65-875 
trnee.), $50 up 
. firm . eee S34 
Teller trainee, 
Posting mach 
Bar girl. white. 


; oa 
Cashier-typist, Clarendon ee 
° ee 


BS heancH 


5pm ‘a m. 
ay ress oprs.. 5 
w. N c. summer 
Nurse- maid, eae. summer . 
jaitresses, downtown 
Alterations suatainen, 
ook. private 
~.B.W., live in or out .. 


ACCOUNTANT 


rede Assoc. 5 day 
ofe. mer. Palls 
retail 


$55 
Ch 


Comptometer oprs.. 
Burroughs posting eur. 
Keypunch- opr 


Engineers 
; medical science . 
. research office 
¥. bo shiid.. accts 
ore 3600 
' anaes 30, 93600 up 


inners 
mbassy 9 to 3 3240 
o§ 


» Some pavroi) 
. twnist. law ofc 
Dictaphone oprs. beginners. 


$275 
. research ofc $3 
Spe 


23 
$65 
$55 
860 

$55 


v9 


NW Room 508 


tempo.. 


1420 N.Y. Ave 


company will train and par you 
on ab sbove average percentace 
pian ra 18 A YEAR AROU IND | 

N for serious man annious 


w 
- — Monday, "9:3 


NOTICE, MEN 


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 38TH ST. 


PHONE JOrdan 8-7220 
SAT. 10-5 


“TNVESTMENT CO. 
ma. man, age 21-06. exper 
Will train as adjuster 
- 5 


energetic 


considered 
Por interview phone JU. 5-8400 | 


NO OPEN | 
Aute 0 hr 


Park ta ri Exp. ow si is hr 
ks ; boonh 7 

Ww arehouseman 

Lone Dist. 


Open 
Certified Employment Agency 
803 Ave NW 


47, ro Stuart st.. 
Boston 16. Mass 


BETTER POSITIONS s 
© $50.000 
more aa ity 


positions: 

Panty Chis e SURVETING 
soomeo ° , 
Established Richmend firm otters 
200d permanen 


pay. v 
position with excellent opportu 
nity for advancement. Write civing 
past experience. or caked us im- 
mediately * K. TIMMONS, 316 

r ; 


y well-known Arlington manu 
Zarnines unlimited 

@ good closer we can use 

r necessary. For appt. Call 


amily-owned 
} appoint 5 
ork. Guaranteed 
attitudes more tee 


Il and complete 
Ll as your qualifications 


russed r- 
view. For 


pe 
‘appoin tment 


Suit Set 


Alr 
oe gg o 
repeat 
ae coleman 
OF 


n e 
oe F day, eamamslesions 
t selling e 


n 
al territory 
104 Chester 


NEED 5 MEN 


Woe as. wane te work a 5%- 

oes. 

ick a 50,"5- 

from 9 vent, y; 
JOB WITH A FUTURE 

tall llewvor. 


you are ogee 
te $10,000 are 


Salesman 
enced only. 


pete atta © 


B sath ical? 


pe "arco 
N EXTRA MONEY - 


hours. 


ACCTG. CLA. Typist 


COLUMBIA 


BAAKPRS., 


POSITIONS 


1334 Mass. Ave 


iS INC: 


at >, IN Cir. 


under 35 
_* ions 


SECY. legal, 
8FE 


j $40 
; speet Conn $60 
various. all 

whi 

. type. exclusive men's 
Dp. mature 

ND MED. iad 


NCR’ 3000 and 2000. 
wal A Beth oad Wash, 


fee 
KEYPUNCH. aishe and num 


WAITRESSES. 
table 4 ; 


g00d ti 
SALES 1 AINEE, 
retail 


techs 


counter 


for besere 


COLORED 


exp. Beth.. Ch. Ch 
AITRESSES fountain and 
CALL Di. 7- wat? 


$280 mo. us mo. up 


$50 


$40 
tabie 


Secy -steno. 
acvance 
yne _enote 


Hill pos.. 


’ PEN 
> Sn EMPL. EXCHANGE 


WHITE & COLORED 
Lab. technician 
Stenographers : 
Clerk-typists. 50 w 
Salesgiris. dept. st exp. . 
Girl driver. co!l.. attract. . 
Ss. 
Waitresses, wht 0, 
col (10) 
Counter girls ‘ 
Pountain girls 


weitresses 


‘aides 


see 
Chambermaids. exper 
stic 


all types 
Shirt press operators 
Salad giris 
MANY OTHER: ALI 
NW 


1512 ub St 
HO HO. 2-55'2 


2-1572 
“ACCTG ASST. food ex exp. to 84160 


COLUMBIA 


PARTIAL LISTING ONLY. 


ACTUARIAL CLERK to $3900 


, home econom 
; HO exp. nec. %. 


: Soe it a a 
: mifrs aa ; 


ER TRAIN 
PIST; billing: to 0° £3309 


EMPLOYERS PAY FEES 
FOR FOLLOWING POSITIONS 
BANK CLERK TRAIN cE. 


SRE IT Investioato OR 
pris’ a the some svping 
h, oe ads 
ctr ty ping 


ep len {pale 


EMPLOYMENT SERV. 
Suite 224 ME. 8-3429 


., $2600 
83016 
3 


1341 G Bt 


Accounts Payable Clerk 


“ our w 
open. KifeictWavearch t orp.. K 


9-7500 


} ae shorthan 


of pte = contact nale 


y 00 


No cartons. a anawer core 
. Must be free to travel. Sele. 


SECY., $375 


veges $325 


Dewntewn. Air-cond, 


| Bee BEGINNER, $250 
HO MPUTER, rey 

Fields Agcy. EX 3-2508 
Sa Oe 


. 


THE WASHINGTON | Post and TIMES ‘HERALD 
D Sunday, May 27, 1956 | 


6 


"MANY OTHERS 
Various ro interesting fields in’! 
select offic 

anette D. Tatelman 


235 Woodward Bide. 15th & H NW 


ADMIN. ASST. to MGR. 
To ae good spcretery ‘8 
TTOVDe EMPL. SERV 
1420 NS 6YlCOA Ye ST 3 2207 
ADDRESSOGRAPH 


NISTS. c 
CLKS. BANK  TRAING 


elke tah 
TEEDS EMPL. SERVICE | 
oo =F FO See & 


i 
' 
| 


ADMIN. SECY. | 
$4000-$5200 | 


mpeousive type girl: able to manage 
attractive: peatmess is quality 


lores a Shy $350 


Real est. ofc Average shhd. and 
typin ASkT Age to 35; 


BKKPR.. $282 
bie 


typing req Perm 5 da 


SECRETARY, $325 


Publications office. Good shhd and 


“"Recpt -Cashier, $260 
ttr 2 downtow 
“RECEPT.-CLK.. $282 ~ 


Rusty shhd.. little typine 
voice, CLER for iets 
LERK, $ 
Attle typing nae appearance 
wntown ‘el pT 
JR. RECEP $242 
Attrac sogeant able ... pent 
Public. Hrs 0 ace 
ADMIN ciuk. $300 
ble to Seat yospen ‘Apt itude for 
noes By << Lae 


SECRETA 
yf F epagh must 


ublic relations. 


BOOKKEEPER, $300 


Must have full knowledge of pe 
eral lecger ‘Ability ior’ detal 5 


* CECRETARY, $325 


Must have aptitude for figures: 
average shhid. and typing: ase to 


30. 5 da 
CLERK-TYPIST, $225 


To be etned for dictaphene work 
Young trpe 35 wom. Many 360 
BOOK KKEEPER, $ | 
xP pref. on Rem Rand No 68s. | 
BP, consider exp. on other busi- 
mess machines: age 25-40: 5 days 
SECY., $350 
y st good typist: lots of 
> must be =. = werk to- 
Wards senior sec 
Bkkpg mach. train. $217 
Yne HS grads: apt tor fieures 
MANY OPENINGS FOR 
BEGINNERS 


58 DAYS —35-HR. WEEK 
AGE 17-55 


YMENT 
at 


SERVICE 
NW 3-7270 


EMPL 
1106 16th > L. BX 


m<— 


dm 


Sec $320 
"ARLI 


cent ~Typ.. 


7 hee. area 
NGTON AREA 
train on PBX. $230 


B 
ashier-Typ.. 
construction firm to 
. ethee. area. 
bivd 
. A er 
Ofc » no typ. oa 
te A. og trainee . 
ALEXANDRIA — 


attr.. sale. 


amp Counselors. : Sie 
FAIRFAX—FALLS CH. 


Recept -Typ.. Pall Ch 
Recept.-Typ.. Pairfax 
re 


pecy Culm rea “3 
ayroll Cik., Snoet acct¢ 
om tometer Opr.. exp 


POTOM yy aes fall 


" $250 | 
C EMP. AGCY.. 
2334 nto Pivd. 


' Arl Va. 
$11 King &t KI 


_i% BE Broad. Falls Che 


$55 
$210 


«+ 865 
$255 
$40 


9-505! 
JE. 2-7272 | 


| Knowled 
statements 


apy SALES REPS. (4) 
mi 
KPR PA iciated offi cer p pas. | 
or rel ated exp to 
EOITORIA: . beginner. Ra-| 
dio. iv field iced typing anne 


srcy Cap. Hil) $4 

SECY.. Pud. Rel. Records, no shhd ! 
B opporty $3200 | 

. Several. Nat 


ore. age 
$3900 | 
te $4000 
several 
ation, 


Y5.. law eral 
BEGINNING srcys 
onn ave. area. avi 
3400 


@ss i 


5 
Many ether secretarial postions 


to 
CLK -TYPIST 
anya) leave 
ok S8.. Conn. ave 
day. to age 55 

RESEARCH A ‘sT 
office 


st TYP 
eo “RKKPO mach opr, | 
RECEPT sate et. Wisc. ave arce 


60 | 
curt c CHECKERS Beginning 
typists $50 


Elizabeth Pinkston | 
FERSOREE COGRSELING 


1025 Conn yoo Room 215 
DI. 7 -4150 


AIRLINES 


AIR TRAVEL AGENCIES NEED 


our o¢. wate instructions. 
See OUFIATI TRA ENING 


AUTO TITLE CLERK 


One Washington's largest dow 
e coalerehive © has 


aviation. sick and) 
26 

’ 

area. 9-5.) 


investments. to} 
7 


oor 
nt wor rs. pleas- 
working conditions. Air. = 


Derienced 
teat ah , Apply in person 
ddison » Chevrolet Sales, | 


| | | 
“KUTO CLER 8 a M 


Larze downtown automobile deal-| 
ership has an opening for a clerk- 
r. experiences in vesviee| 


| 


Pieas-| 
air-con- | 
rson. 

and 


l4th st. 


Bet. 33-46, mus 
aye some exp. Good hours. Rd 
. cond A ty in pores at 3209 | 
BEAUTICIANS 


2), 
$72.50 
id = F 
BALON. 4201 Mass. ave. 


—— 


STYT- 

cent et Vincent. way 

in new Eastover Shoppin 

salary plus commission. 
ngton 


vo. Ar ave a tie 


Call 


for 


e 


exclusive 
ommis 


n ay © 
inco 4 
manicurist. 


SOOKKEPPER-TY 
= ~ or rit e 
“BEOKKEE 


MACHINE OPERATORS | Sec 


GOVERNM RVICES. 


HELP, WOMEN 
BAKERY SALES 
CASHIE 


POSITIONS OPEN IN 
SILVER SPRING, MD. 
LANGLEY PARK, MOD. 
SHIRLINGTON, VA. 


For presentable women, 25 to 
45—as salespersons. Uniforms 
furnished. 


APPLY 


HOT SHOPPES 
“OR 


EMPLOYMENT 


OFFICE 
1341 GSt. N.W., Rm. 200 


neATTY OPER STOR — Experienced, 
Saiary and yo a 

y 
-| Berle Meant - safen 3411 Wash. 
in¢ten Biv Arlington. Ve. JA 


t . 
t Atlantic 


nd i part time. Apply 
32 apito! Bt 


a a. & 


BIOLOGICAL 
SCIENTIST 


ysiol- 
och 


M.S. or equivalent in 


ticipation in analysis of scien- 
tiie date for research activ- 
ities of Eastern pharmaceu- 
tical ppanetocsarer. Liberal 
benefits Bend mplete 
sume. 


BOX M-483 
BOOKKEEPER 
Secretaries 

Jt. Steno« 

Ay trpiets 

n le 


Pile "Cle rks 
peak. brainees HS Grad 


A. PASSOCI ‘cre, 


edited Emp! Counselors 
ory T2th St. NW iss Kay 
ME. 8-2190 


POST -TH__ 


— Age - 
me Apt or hotel | 


PING 


Experienced. Salar 


BOOKKEFPING machine Pg my | 
trainee or experienced. 
neat and accurate. Aopiy o National 
Capi ta! Bank, 16 Pennsylvania 
se 


BOOKKEEPING 
MACHINE OPERATOR 


downtown Washington. 
Qreni inion for skill 
ine machine operator 
5:30— 5-day week: salary open 


APPLY 
1341 G St. NW., Rm. 200 


BOOKKEEPER | 


Double entry 
oe Age to 


Por aviation asso- 
45. 5 days. Airt-con- 


ioned office Working with con- 


enial 


BOOKKEEPING 
MACHINE 
OPERATORS 


have several openings itn the 


e 
s suitable previous 
experience Age 18 to B. 


| 


ee ee re 


“1 ——ELER-TYPISTS | 


332 Sos istH aes. . DL, 71-5782 | 


Riverdale, 


Book 
eS 


ng Mach. Operators 

= dis- 
ts. 

Work in «air-conditioned comfort 
Woodward & Lothrop 


tom TH PaO 


CLERICAL-GENERAL 


CLERK- TYPISTS 


oe openint 
ef ont 
=e gedae 


ent positions for, 
Bx “whe 


SEARS ic ple & CO.| 


$11 Bladensbure Rd. NE. 


oun | 


—Under 
position in records section of  - 
company. Typing bt —s 
day week. Compa 

beneht . 4 


i 
4 uftay sh ‘Dae se RSURANCE | 


K 
TYPIST 
CASHIERS 
BOOKKEEPING | 

MACH. | 
OPERATOR | 


Permanent positions, good 
salary, 5-day week, hospital-| 
ization and many company | 
benefits. ' 
APPLY | 
TUESDAY 
MR. WILLIAMS 
HUB FURNITURE 


| 
. for permanent 
~1} 


SECRETARIES 


Youn 
werk: fhe 


__|SPONE ic 


THE HECHT CO. 


Many interesting Departments 


| See Us Tomorrow About These 


APPLY EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


THE HECHT co.|" 


Vv 
LIFE INSURANCE CO. 


rome t Qi Pt 
rudential | building Assoc 


germ ent tien, in credit of: 
ice; Slaasent oe ing conditions 
typing required Southern 

nt pe Rhode Island y= 


downth. eee § Mio? Ot. Peat it * 
DICTAPHONE Be te 


. for position In rapidly 
So pnsurence Go. 


APER TUBE CO. 

Clerk-Typists 
AND ER 

ffice Positions 


an orking 
tbe mplove 
fee it wor ok itive 
{ hasty fistieance eo 
rite abe ‘ASHER Apoiy 711 Ste ne 
DIETICIAN (hospital chief, phere. 
peutie’ desire A. aff 
eg he gt experience. Ye , 50 
m.— h Sundays and 
shernate Baturd tees om. Moderate 
prreee apartments i awa 
ition. free classes. 2114 G e 
Ww 178%. The George 
Washington University. aE 
DIeTIT and 


home econ. At a 1 Yr. exp. as 
pref. Apply Mon. after 9 


m 
ALEXANDRIA HOSPITAL 


Immediate } Openings 


Po OS 


and Many Others 


MACHINE 
BOOKKEEPER 


Experienced, under 35. Excel- 
lent working conditions. 


NATIONAL 
SAVINGS AND 
TRUST CO. 


aah « oe o 2 pecan 
4 


ae 


MANICURIST TEMP 
wk: S% days. RALEIGH H 


ust know bee te fin- 
. Bee mer., 2328 On- 


Registered. or ] |, kuracon’s 


y wee 
to start, Bees mo. ty start, “or! ‘AP he 7969 
YO ee 


eae 
eo 
Practical, white, 


ftom i's Sn. ie-2 > under 50, 
5 ll — aie Bist bee panitar- 


> oe 
ote "aD rnd i live in WH. 


NURS? —White eae or = 
graduate. LA wows | SANITARIUM 
for ive in, private 


i 
| latte 


; era TIPrist, f° able 
- — pudiic Past ty a 
pede. 


pre. 
rsonne}, "Pasi G ot 


NW 
RECEPTIONIST Must 


be ble to 


MANAGER 
Suburban Children’s Wear Shop 
Rox M-493 Post-TH 
MANAGER 

room hostess-cashier: 

ve references. pleasing 
and attractive appearance; initiae 
tive and sbility of fuperviston, tor 


sy suburban restaurant 
pings and Sundays jecukeed.- 


"RECEPTIONIST | 


Neat appearing young women wun- 
der ears to handle stene- 
sraphic duties in one of our 
ministrative offices. Exceptionally 
saperecting work in air-conditioned 

good starting salary 5-day 
week Apply_ personne! office 


HOTEL STATLER 
Sh and KB St. NW. 


RECEPTIONIST—Ciiizens Bank 
Maryland. Bladensburg. Md.: typ- 
— > genttge: interview 


of "Maryland. Riverdale. 


——— 


MANAGER . HOUSEKEEPER, ior] 


amas Sefer nag near Conn, A ve | 
Managers 


and 


Receptionist 
Personnel Clerks 
Adjustment Clerks 
Clerk-Typists 
Credit Interviewers 
Display Trainee 


5-DAY, 40-HOUR WEEK. DIs- 
COUNT ON ASES AND 
MANY R COMPANY 
EFITs 


< Cc LERK 
p+ Bg A-: ha ~ Salary and 


Day pply Rock 
greek Drug: ‘oo Grusk rd., Silver 


Embassy Secy., , $400 Mo. 
Personality. und 35 

Recep reg O LK itol Hil $4200 

Bethesda. relate $3900 pi 

Ronit rats ‘Borns et finest secy 


— - * welcome 
ra Bee (NA 


‘Ss, Cor. ne & G 
FILE CLERK 


Lady pesweee 35 and 40 years of 
gee. 5-day week: paid insurance 
See MR : H. BERGMAN 

eer x “et. LAUNDRY 


Washington 
FP ST. AT 7TH 


Receptionists , 
Secy ye., any te 60 srs 
leca 


“$55 

0-40 

Underwriter, “Trainees some college | 
ef and nw 


] th. 
4g, ~ many ae. manual, 


wperviners 
ome Ec. 


bac 


Payroll Cire 


\gged 
SEE Bee 


Clerk-Typists 
Secretaries 


INTERVIEWS DAILY 
8 — 3:30 


Saturday by Appointment 


ERCO DIVISION | 


ACF Industries, Inc. 
Md. WA, 7- 4444) 


CLERK-TYPIST 


POSITION IF OUR 


5-DAY, 40-HOUR WEEK | PERMANENT Posrrion 


| EXPE 


Excellent a apne 
— wv) 
mployee benefit 2. 


Appiy. now for a job with & 


conditions. Vea-' 
many other 


Future 
in Washington's 
Oldest and Finest Bank 


THE NATIONAL 
BANK OF 
WASHINGTON 
1337 Conn. Ave. NW. | 


NO PHONE CALLS 


“BRANCH SECRETARY 
General Motors Corp. 

Fe wy e financial 
Secretarial ex- 
Saiary open as’! 
areas. 411 Ca- 
Tas” Eye NW. EX 


tok vad re uired 
qualified 
fr rite pe 


(VA.) AREA. 
Teacher or advanced shatont for 
vacation position. Splendid experi- 
ence. wor 


Pee cage ai 

MONDAY THRU eo 
Immediate permanent - > Ary 
cafeteria in Gavermment bull ing 
Will train if quick at mental addi- 
tion ariy daytime hours 40- 
hour week. Age 18 to 40. 


Government Services, Inc. 
1135 2ist St. NW 


_ time an 
time. Excel. working conds 
salary. Apply rs. Dodd. 
ger cs Co. 15th and H Sts. NE 

| 47-9400 


CASHIER 


Experienced 
Excellent Starting Salary 
™ Good Opportunity 


x Apply in Person 
KLEIN’S 
1227 F at , 
~ CASHIER 
9 ROOM. Bs 


to work fos or 


poo g “permanent oe aA lacy 
YFLOW Kae HOTEL 


3 months emp 
— or su > + _ 
rke r cood 
ris reste 6 SUPER MA 
CASHIER-CHECKER 
12:45 TO 9:45 PM. 
Work in cafeteria in Navy Build- 
16th & a ee 


heh 
leusdte pre Friday e 
20 to 40 Apply 


in- 


Por 


ical 
a 
Ce 


goss “3 avd val 


CLERKS 
Drug—Cigar—Candy—Fountain 


FULL 
Permanent 


Pleasant and: Interesting 
' Many" Emp Conditions 
Employee Benefits 
Training Program 


iis eae 
fnd Floor, lith and 


PEOPLES DRUG STORE 


“8:30 A.M. Sn Te Monday through Friday 
HO. 2-1234 


TIME 
Positions 


| sale 
| and 
tion 
; wersine conditions 
°o 


w 
benetits. 
ood OMMERCIAL ae coay 
ve. é . 


PEOPLES LIFE INS. CO. 
Room 763 133 KH &t. NW 


Soitiog ‘ 
Bihe™ peting™ serene 


RIENCE NOT NECESSARY 
BUT SHOULD BE ABLE TO TYPE, 
45 W. P.M. 


MANY COMPANY — BENEFITS. 
INCLUDING GROUP_ INSURANCE. 
PAID VACATIOP. SIC AVE 
AND CREDIT UNION FACI 


5-DAY. 40-HOUR WEEK 


APPLY 


SAFEWAY 
STORES, INC. 


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


1845 4TH ST. NE. 


ness office conbrian 
vensemen? for the 


£ typ 
pandle detail 


“ter ad- 
— 


ified per 
and ay to 
importent 


5.) 
- 


on, D 
Rocam HO. 


Smines _ ae research or- 


pense Ts opportunity for) 
eiticont oung lady 
rogram of medica 


east years collece 
work experience requi 


able 
quickly. 
privileges. 
congenia! 
° i qeens 
interview. call EX 


cations. For 


tractive 
tion for young WwW 

school education: 
merit salary incr 


with pay. emplove 


CLERK-TYPISTS 
FILE CLERKS 


G-hour week. Excellent 
for advancement. 


5-day. 
opportunity 


Many Company Benefits 
Air-Conditioned Offices 


~~ CLERK-TYPIST 
One of America’s oldest and lare- 
est financial institutions needs 


3 
earees (math : S00, up | s| fete with date processing. data 


Abs PB AbeR 
___ 200 FRANKLIN STN 


For leading weekly news magazin 
some =cut 


pm 
tions in air- ie 
many company benefits 


MELPAR, INC. 


versatile and cap- Abilities * 


fu 


This ts 
the right 
$50 week. 


Phone weekdays. 
46. fer appo 


mi o 
yourself too 
entlemen around. 


nutein 

helptu " Goodwill” ped es, Per- 

ecupet Office, 1229 st. BY. 9 

ochre ge eneral office "pay. 
“ADDIP 

ete 7 niet Hie or Sih wy 


Retali! 
excellent 


NW site NE. 
4-9425 now 


“te ol- 


242 ~ wk 
rm pos. Call OTis 


CLERI K were 


pce rer “time Mond 
dav Prides 

duties Stenography not necessary 
but typing is. Lots of eres . 
ost- 


interesting aspects. Box 
HE 

personal gare of 12 rms 
supervision o tw 


- pent. Apply 


MAvRLOWER R HOTEL 
Sales St. NW. 


white 


CLERK 


, bookKeeing 
work with 
and familiar- 


ay im. 
Fae 


et Bs 

EKE established 

40-hour week: 
: liberal em- 
the. 


tion or_ stro pone. 
ao mh sala Dest 7. 
rie mS 


y 
pe position fer honest 
oughly dependable and 
erson. Call EM. 2-8806 
or interview. between 9:30 a. m 
and 12 -30 9 DPD. Mi. except 


HOSTESSES 
RESTAURANT 
SH 


NIGHT AND DAY 


and accurate 


‘TUBE CO. 


Disinahisias exper rienced appli- 


cants wil) be ases ted. 
sEBL 


HOT SHOPPES 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 
1341 GSt. NW., Rm. 200 

HOSTESS—(White) 


Experienced References Pleas 
ant work in Washington's largest 
hotel. Company benefits. APPLY 


Sheraton-Park Hotel 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 
HOSTESS (White) 


Position in high- ee Pee ate 
no 


CLERK- TYPIST 


a gy 
oe eed 5 
7 } 
“Sui 
ExT 
& 5 


,  . 
ilding: 


243 


CA DI. 7-2900, 
BETWEEN 39 AM PM 


CLERK. TYPISTS 
CLERKS 


Positions available in an ex- 
panding research organization 
Opportunity for advancement. 


STOR 


some AM ee on 024 


Convenient suburban 
location. 
Permanent resident of 


this area preferred. 


mon ‘rhe yY IN oo Spal PRI 


M00 A. TO 4:00 P. 


th. a 
nae 2-$ Welfare work. Ga. 
RECEPT. Tyb. Dr's ofc. 


GEN. OFFICE. Sil. Spc 
B. REL... layout-prod 


ex ‘a $330 
HAGGERTY EMP. SERV. 
918 Bewerth Pr. Gtiver ring 

dose ECHTS 


JU. $-* 9040 
KITCHEN HELPERS 


BETHESDA. 
Openines—night shift—for kitch- 
en trainees: night >a pay. 
plus meals and uniform 


APPLY 
BETHESDA HOT SHOPPE 
OR 


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 
1341 G St. NW., Rm, 200 


LIBRARY 
ASSISTANT 


..$2 
- -8250 


ubsidiary 


of 
WESTING OUSE Air-Brake Co. 


TET: 
GTON, VA. 


ARLINGTON ee 


3000 
CHURCH, 


PALLS 


Clerk-Typist 


NATIONAL SE A a 


ORGANIZA 
noose full 


young dw i» take 

arse of publication order é- 
.. 37 ‘e-ho 

genial. 

vacation 


S-da 
oir-qundittonsd 


Paid end sick 


Under supervision of com- 
pany librarian to take 
charge of daily routines 
of research organization 
library handling classified 
and unclassified reports 
and books principally in 
physical science and en- 
gineering. Office and li- 
brary experience and 
training more importan 


recuired: Accurate typ- 
. attention to detail. resource- 
ess with little supervision 


permanent position for 
person. Starting salary 


EX. 3-5268 ext 
intment. 


is 
un, it rou “Gon't ta take 


cm: lenty of 
Cal RE 7. 


. 
t | Slenderella’s 


MEDICAL nue re —Work 


REGISTRAR or Practical Nurse for 
summer camp: 00 for 2 months 
elderly woman. Give phone num- 
ber. Reply Box M- 468. _Post. TH 


mg lt MANAGER, ae eae 
r er. s 


Asst. Managers 


Executive Positions 


WI 
"’Slenderella International’ 


mt time 
excelient 
condition : 
TRY 3833 

Penna. ave 


Slenderella’s 
Amazing a> 
tinuous espe sion rogram 
throughout offers 
yg + me oy portunities and 


or 

ie Oxi icatessen; 

and ade 
vaeaee 


for 
salary 
THE 


and ¢on- 


SECRETARY-STENOGRAPHERS 


| meet public Telephone AD. 22-4557 


SALES € CLERKS S—Bteinners of ex- 

perienced sales clerks ge 

salary with commission, 37% hr s.| 

per “s on i = on Ave. 1308 | 
st 


SALES CLERKS 


Pull time in retail ice cream and| 
candy sho 
ton 


ancia ependence for 
a a... ‘omen with 
imitiative and vision who de- 
—s & permanent career and 
utur 


RA, 
Caters to the famous and fash. 
fonable women and boasts some 
of the highest paid women 
qnecttives in the world. 


soosensnene for interview 


GIFFORD’S ICE CREAM 


810 I —_ Ave. 
(Ari 


Recent miecne: Promotions 
elevatin any ass mers to 
manager Ae positions in newly 


mers 
juxurious saions 
A Tey a ~ 7 
10 experience: do not 
Washington End 5 & 10, 1932 Penn. Ave. 


m 

Arlington, Virginia views Sun. and Mon Trover Shop. 
ND ° Al station nery store 

Westlana Btationery,. a George's 


SALES. LADIES 


Needed for regular and part time 
f--. In all departments. Excelient 
salary plus commission and asatore 
benefits. Apply second floor 


& CO. 


es __—s «443000 PF St. NW ; 
SALESLADY — Experienced selling 
accessories in fine shoe store. go od 
saiary plus commissions and PM's 
paid vacations and company bene- 
its I lller & Gons. 1222 F 
t. NW , 


Silver Spring, Maryland 
Baltimore, Maryland 


Applicant must have the follow! ne 
qualifications Well-groomed. 
tractive appoaranes and slende 
figure: ey taal age 
years: min - ars 
and good sales ‘Decks: ound. 


$450-8550 
information about 


3 
Rn. 


Por 
ment 


Miss 8n 
Sulte AY 10 A. 
ll 14th at. 
Ww sh 


employ- 


ow 
M.-5 P. M. 


NW 


SALESLADY—Exp 
ouite coats pelary 


SALES LADI 


SAI ly on 
Oo ee aris rd. B Bllver 
5 


better dresses 
one comm 
onn. Ave 


WANTED: 


Yeagers, 8630 
Spe Ma 


MANICURIST. caste shop. $40 wk 
guar. 1134 Wilson Biva.. Ar). Va 


MATH 
ASSISTANTS 


TECHNICAL 
AIDES 


College level training in math 
necessary. Recent training or 
work experience desirable. 


ith Washington 
experience fo "Bethesda ladies’ ap- 
] ° 


; #4] 
aeuey at serene Cole 
Wi , et 


MA! 
Clerk, no typin 
Telephone clerk. 
Stenographer-exper 
grectromatic T oist 
50 hers to choose 
- REED Per sak 
INA. _8-6089 )} 


SALES 
WOMEN 


PART-TIME 
5-DAY WEE 


Discount on Purchases 


wirr G St 


Continuous employment, ex- 
cellent pay, 5-day week, re- 
tirement and insurance plan, 
vacation and sick leave bene- 
fits. Age up to 50, VU. S. citi- 
zenship necessary. 


The Johns Hopkins 
University 


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 


THE 
HECHT CO. 


APPLIED PHYSICS 
LABORATORY 
warn Line? — 


8621 Georgia Ave. Glebe Ra 
Silver Spring, Md. 


JU. 9-7700 


Employment Information 


APPLY 


St at Th NW. 
Arlington, 


and Wilson Bid. 


SALESWOMEN—THREE 


Neat appearing. age 30 to 45. to 
take care of our Peculiar customers 
ay 5 Monday 5-12, Suite 628. 9 


; a. a work TT hours 
daily schedule. or an evening and 
t ba =. ~ experience necessary 
hours fthto extra 

dis count on t- eremanes 

& LO : 

moons Office. 10th, hith: — &zG 
RLESWOREN — Ex 


sportew A sho 


oan 
* 5f°°S. sal.. D 
"33299 whaays. 
Baan file clerks. for am- 
bitious young H. &. er aes. white 
romotion. 50 
NBs. \ aie 


sta 47 
1334 Soeas ave 


rapid rienced 


ull 
at 
CASUAL ‘CORN R. EM 


ania 


nw 


ART NEEDLEWORK 
INSTRUCTOR 


Por Chevy Chase Store | 
capable o ah 
needlework - , , 
tw ay employment. 5-day. "fo- pone a! 

week " ise count on purchases i 
Pree on pian any other 
benefits. = Chevy Chase Store 


Woodward & Lothrop 


Western and Wisconsin Ave. 


ecquivalent tn preclinic 


industrial firm. Libera! benefit -_—~ 
Bend complete resume 


BOX M-432. Post TH 


~ SCIENTIFIC 
TRANSLATOR 


5-35. 


NURSE, weite, maf pursing home. 
vic. n y Pr. post, rt 


yy l © of 
health aL. live sete “WE knew ode 


fluent 


than technical experience; 


Veedlea the 
so both will be useful. 


-- Sg bedridden invalid 
ing care of small apt. 8U 
e 


Position affords a diversity 
of activity in technical |i- 
brary operation and would 
be good experience at sat- 
isfactory pay for a person 
entering library work as a 
career. 


ADERS— Past “expe- 
t sales, clathins re- 
lean 


ve. cation 
oth 


r Co benefits, 
for qualified 
2040 Our organization is cur- 
rently expanding its re- 
search program. : 
CONTROLLER 


ys omen +a Must A. 

un a 

rvisor ent posit 

right person. Your repiy 
k confidential. Box 

Post- 


Atlantic Research Corp. 
ALEXANDRIA, VA. 
9-7500, Ext. 106 


will 
S456. 


a ern 
with congenial 
M haefer NA. 8-3926. 


eee - 


CLERK-TYPIST 
for electronics lab. NW. loc., 5-day 
wk. S to 4:30, age 25-45. $60 wk. 3 
ranch of 
seeks & 
Sorection otfice 
oned 


nationa 
lnayr tor ea air-co 


CLERK -TYPIST 


hes ppenine ar atts inotieption 
rene vancem ae troppo 


NEW DOWNTOWN 
trance om 11th St, Over Bis 


ASSISTANT 


FOR 


THE VERY ACTIVE AND ATTRACTIVE 
SPORTSWEAR DEPARTMENT 


IN 


JELLEFF’S 


SILVER SPRING STORE 


THIS IS A TOP-RATING JOB 
\PLEASE APPLY 


JELLEFF’S 


F STREET STORE 


PERSONNEL OFFICE 
SIXTH FLOOR 


» Intelligent young woman with ap- 


PAYROLL CLERK 


shemical. premedica le 
cal terminology. “se ust t be ww 
to team wo farch and de- 
velopment agen ~. Philadeiphia 
pharmaceutical manufacturer. Lib- 
eral com- 
Diete resume 


_____ BOX M-434 
SEKMOTRESe 


DRAPERIES “ ro perma- 
a Koeiv "Be he? we 8 grerese sal- 
1104': 


titude with figures. Some iypin 
nec eceary Interesting work wit 
rtineg salary and many 

ts. Kovly person- 


HOTEL STATLER 


16th & K Sts. NW 


ao 


PAYROLL CLERK 


ding Weekly News Ma . are .- 3 
by 4 soe jneivicasl 6 —- SF BCY. 5 Senses eel 
R 


stem and 
. IRL OFFICE 
te Bees ¥PIST, Rocky! 


imum: YPISTS. ss $240 
POSITIONS IN 
eae Spring, Bethesda 
and Rockville 


a ae Bla typists and goers. 
a SVER |S Agassi mace mp 
JU, .* 445 


SECRETA are Por bullders; salary 


cement <ol-1 3 BOS) Bi he 77 


experienced in handling 


easant 
workin air-condi- 


tioned Sundins 


Call DI. 7-2900, pt. 263 


BETWEEN 9 A. M 


PAYROLL CLERK | | 


TE. AG 
Someone with i ‘experience yy White 
referred: knowledge of tv executive ceesesoeneenee dictation 
: good salary and wor ioe required. Typing 60 to- B80 
empiove benefits after| wom. TAKOMA PARK: AREA. RA 
months empler pent 6-651 


MAavELOWER HOTEL 
Conn. Ave. & DeSales 81. NW 


PBX QPERATORS 


PENIN . GA. AVE. AREAS 
POR WEEK NIGHT SHIFTS 


APPLY 
HOT SHOPPES 


-In st in socia! 
science ~ alow | Amer 
can citizen Typin 60 WPM 
Shorthand 100 


leave 
air-conditioning - 


$3650 


eacding real estate 
office. eS actan in stenogra 
pte office - work. 
onre 5-5, 5-day wk. Paid vaca- 
ion. Reply ‘ 
tn oe anderiting. State salary 
5 


and [general office 


new. sir-con- 


a |901 


SEC "RETARY —Exper! enced. 
as 


Ss 
plan 


s 
work. 


SILK SCREEN 


WORK. 
eed pay ood working conditions 
SILK FINISHER 


‘end work. Age 18 


STENOGRAP 
tion with advancement 


t 
cellent com- 
‘for those who 


STENOS-TYPISTS 
TEMPORARY 


EVERYONE I8 TALKING ABOUT 


“KELLY GIRLS” 


CALL OR VISIT 


Avion Division, Alex. 


ACF Industries, 
524 N., Pitt St. 
Alexandria, Va 
8-4900, Ext. 


Inc, 


KI, 131 


Ir YOU_ WANT 
JOB FOR A 


SECRETARY -Stenographer ~— In- DAY A WEER OR 
teresting. varied position: immed: - MONTH 
ately available to intelMeent 
sonable woman. under 35 + Ba 
Good typing and some shorthand 
require Congenial surroundings 
national . association §-day 
S to 3: air-conditioned of. 
convenient to 
ave 
49 


JOIN THE STAFF OF 


“KELLY GIRLS” 


to ——: for FARN MONEY Ss 


able to 


amej Ta re 


Protestant organization 


WORE FOR U 
NO FEE FOR Pi ACEMENT 


WASHINGTON 'S 
INSIST ON 


RUSSELL KELLY 
OFFICE SERVICE 


REPRESENTED BY 
FIELDS AGENCY 
ST. 3-5448 


723 SHERATON BLDG. 
711 14th St. NW, 
~ STENOGRAPHER 


Immediate epents is alert 
Or i 


me FIR 
LLY dinie™ 


SECRETARIES (2) 
Engineering and consult- 
ing firm in Alexandria de- 
sires an alert and person- 
able girl as secretary and 
purchasing 
Excellent oppdr- 
5-day, 40-hour 
week, salary open. 


assistant to 
agent. 


tunity. 


Interesting position in per- 
group. 
re- 


sonnel and sales 
Involves working on 
cruitment and other per- EEA oot Hon AEP SURE co. 
__ 900 FRANKLIN 8T. NE 
STENOGRAPHERS (2) 


Needed 


sonnel correspondence 


Personnel experience de- 
sirable but not necessary. 
College equivalent 
background. Excellent op- 
Sal- 


for aviation 
Shertheand required 
Convenient downtown 
a: r-conditioned pide 5 days: ot 
AeTAn many benefits. Cail 


), ‘p ay for ge: neral ge o. work. 7k. 

Per pos! real person 

th fast Sk :.2 ‘Me. o- ~636 RSE 

TEACHER 

OVERSEAS 

nentary school 

ati*'2 teact 1! rs lic. to 30 

$7300 ; lodging 
ANN piLMeR HAYNES. * Sul 223 
Dupont Cir, Bidg.. 1346 Conn. Ave. 


TEACHERS —FIELD ENTERPRISES, 
IN we A ae rie ld owned com- 
wi mp) a number of 
kindergarte 


te 
Age 49. 
jox thom In 


or 


portunity to advance. 
ary open. 


ATLANTIC RES 
CORP. 


N. Col imbue Street 
Ki 500 


EARCH 
Enelis 
deg 


Ext 


hro " ior 6 te 
Wks. (juar anteed in ome, 
interesting work 
ri¢nee and phone. Box 
TH 


- $3400-87008 


p eqenats 
Ba 


SECRETARY 


Permanent position. To work 
modern air conditioned 
office; 5-day, 35-hour week; 
interesting work and pleasant | 
working conditions. Age under | 
40. Starting salary $70 


9to5 


in 


“TPACHERST 
ae e are ant forested our Bood 


Apply ny Person, Thurs ; 
SUITE 312 
7 | ] N Ww I 
In aited i 
sery sb re pent f fant 
session. Lo st-West 
bfpttes Call he Wecheles a TA. 


14TH ST. NW. 


to. act 


office. | Ww 
: §_- Wh 
d 


tr aC HER 
$6 mo ADAMS. 
KGENCY 1341 G NW 


TECHNICIAN 


a | CAL ero hes 
wee 


hospital 


“fel aa 
TEAC HERS 
7-3938, 


references 


SECYS.-TYPISTS _ 
See ABBEY First 


1338 Eve St. NW. ST. 3-0190 
4 


n on Linco! 
a my ist 
‘ tt AL, 
PA 


sOReRAT 


ERS 
C HAMBERS- 


TEL rEPHONE TOR — White 


“TELEPHONE 
CANVASSERS 

ca ling for help .im acciden tT 
ee re Sg iy 


Call vA "2-8355 for Appt. 


Monday or Tuesday 
peas PS ETH ie 


TELEPHONE AND 
FILE CLERKS 


Interesting bermenent jobs for 
young women 17 who are High 
— sreduat es ‘ Apply in person 
or interyv} 
THE CorpIT BUREAU 

G st NW 


t. G'towr 
typist 


PAR 


some advertis- 


rk-typis 
tatistica! 


Position combines 
ing production 
duties. Holds } 
for qualified 
graphic : 


Ase to 35 
, Air-con oy of- 
Or appointme Per- 
ice, Di. 7 "5330. "ont 424 
eographic Society 
and M St. NW 


TARY 


WH 
AGE 25 to 40 
For Maitre d’Hotel Office. Must 1221 
t appearance, accuracy 
be dependable 
' rking conditions: em- 
pioye benefits after 3 months’ em- 


ploymen 


Téeabimt 
Operating 


Offers a Real 
Opportunity 


APPLY 

PERSONNEL OFFICE 
MAYFLOWER HOTEL 
CONN. AVE. & DeSALES ST. NW 

SECRETARIAL 

AND 

CLERK-TYPING 
Positions are immediately 
available to qualified person- 
nel You are trained for inter- 
esting and important work 
interesting steps. You 
receive full salary while 
learninio, with increases at 
intervals You 
work with friend! people 
pleasant surroundings. 
You have opportunities to 
advance and are eligible 
for many benefits. 


Office 


Vv 
1201 16TH ST. N.W., 
Ret wom 3 and , 


AD. 4- 455 tor appt 


“* a , 
sit Personnel in 


frequent 


— oe —_— 


Secretary-Stenographer 


‘Lal 


Position open for an elert. person- 
able and capable 

rapher. = ~ 

typing y for ed 

men!’ For. ed Lsermation “call 
or visit 


ACF ELECTRONICS 
1305 Leslie Ave., Alex., Va. 
KI. a 


or dry cleaning 
Ketntul but not 
ala ary ~~: v ee- 


APPLY 


The 
C. & P. Telephone Co. 


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 
725 13th St. NW 


experience 
hecessary e008 5 
t 


72 
oyenimaes and night work. 


resses. 
ast experienced oniy 
4711 


Whit 

Midw way 
A ; ~ 
yf 55 for 40 "hts 
Ap arper’s Drive- 
in Laundry “ ‘Dry Cleaning. 500 N 


7G experie need 


vacat ion 


OPEN 


Monday Through Friday 


Good salary, 8:30 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. 


experienced. 


THIS SATURDAY 
9 A. M. to 4:30 P.M, 


Thoroughiv experienced only: tan 
pay one Baad consitiens trans- 
portat furnis Arrington 
CC) saners. Vienna. Va __ DU. 5-9010 


SNACK BAR 
ATTENDANT _ 


YARDS & DOCKS 
ARLINGTON, VA. 


Permanent position for busy units 
in government bullding. No weex- 
to 35 


TELEPHONE 

SOLICITORS 

Ladies in Washington 

Several Openings for 
Ambitious Ladies 
Must have pleasant 

Telephone voice 
5-day week 

6 hours daily 
Good Salary 

For Appt. Call 

MR. TALBERT 


AD. 4-0500 
Monday, Bet. !0-! 


GOVERNMENT SE INC 


VICES, 
1135 21ST ST. NW 


WER—Permanent posi- 
opportuni- 
air-conditioned 
and sick 
benefits 


week. 
vacation 
employe 
t. 213 


TENOGRAPHER — Typin and 

shorthand, 37'.-hour week. Pleas- 

ant working c eens Apply 1048 
n B 15th 


a & New 
York ave nw 


TA 
work 5-day 
itioned. sttractiv 
ate to Box 3 


EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 
1341 G St. NW., Rm. 200 


ve, eect of- 


wt not necessary. \amall 
a ee located in Pier, 

an Cay we x paid olida 
ate oe me 1 particulars 


1, 
aried oes then in 
llson Bi 


Agcy. 2334 


PBX OPERATOR 
mes, ila ne seating. fe 


umerous capleve benefits. 
in person. 


PERSONNEL OFFICE 


AMERICAN 
INSTRUMENT CO. 
8030 Ga. Ave., Sil. Spg., Md. 


san ovis on 


-| and mee he Selatan 21-40. Apply 
M- Py , 


TELEPWONE SOLICITORS — Bx. 
TYPIST 


For full-time typing; 
white; permanent posi- 
tion. Must type 50 wpm, 
5-day, 40-hour week, 
Sick and vacation leave. 
Cash bonuses; air-condi- 
tioned “building. . Call 


HO. 2-2476 


i See Eat firm. mae odio 


ane work, white only. 
exp rs -4 ae 


nec 
‘ alternating eeckeota: 


-d 
week, st have good handwrit ing 


STENOGRAPHER 


Competent an 

age 25-45 ge of 

estant 

emplove be 

hospita ization p 
acation. Box 577. Post-TH. 


able. 


th oay. sick 
ion Following Page. 


f 


YOUNG LADY 


irre 
NOWLEDS acc” ING RE- 
DAN 


3157 WILSON BLVD. 
ARLINGTON, VA. 


Rhode 
so a’ 


TYPISTS (3) 
EXPERIENCED 


Our continued erowth requires 2 
punts. Must be FAST iat 

50 m) and ACCU-| 
interesting ee 


YOUNG LADY 


To assist in personnel and 
payroll office. Must be able 
to type and have good hand- 
writing. 

5-Day Week 
Permanent position, good 
starting salary, hospitalization, 


ST. ege backeround. 

cation pe om 10 
Call U, 3-6620, ext. 
a 


for 


ecep.. bh . Dr office. 
’ ses" — on REED, | 
1311 G Bt. N.W. (UNA,| 


WAITRESS 


with pod —— 
part-time; evening nd | 
aay HOU SE INN. 
ers. Silver Spring, Md 


WAITRESSES (5) | 


attractive. 21-/ 
restaurant and | 
esort 
N. Jd 


benefits. 
Miss Crone 
HUB FURNITURE CO. 
7th and D Sts. NW, 


PART-TIME CL LERK 
ursd end Friday eac 


Th ay week 
General office work, ‘prefer Silver 
ma resident. Call 5-8400. 
Rani aft. 32 


full or. De 


ds 
Fou co 


wor 3 
Poss! ble 


youne lady for typ- 
Per- 


N be O. Bos 7531, WASH- 


and 
01 
In 


6. neat 
opening 
Restaurant, 


attractive 
Hunting Towers ne 
31.35 years. experienced only 


: St- 
‘THE AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE © 
un tine T owers Shop ine Center ASSOCIATIO 

=, perqon og af Blvd Alex-| Is NOW ACCEPTING 
——e | APPLICATIONS 


WAITRESS i 


work bet ween 

R URANT. | 

a exw BANS. | SECRETARIES 
STENOGRAPHER 
CLERK-TYPIATS 


. night 
35 P & R 
ennsyivania 

Ess wanted White. 

ant. 2463 18th st. nw 

Experienced ABC. 4-to-| 

"$50 guarantee. BILL'S 

. Annandale 


Lido | 

Ri ’ 
working 
e bene- 
404. 


worn. eneciiont 
tions. 1y employ 
| fits. Apply Ti2 OG st. nw. B 
HOME SEWING ake 
spare time ready-cu 
RO profitable 
Dep H 


— 5-day 
hidnight. condi 
APE. Co 

neat, attrac — ane 
70 Columbia Va. JA. Rasy. 


site Co. 
Cail 


ike. Ari. 


wood 
wood 46 
INCOME — $40-$60 weekly. Sp Spare 
time showing World 

tional services to f 


counter, days. 


Ss 
wages pply 
nA ++ eae 8, 
nte 
Thee white: neat 


ex =T.| 
ence, over 21. Top salary, ‘aneaiient 


tips Must pe on the  - Apoty in 
P Th id 


rson. aft. 

Hein Ori) L. Jao 

AIT SES <2). 
ced. Day 


4 —_—--—- 


™a 
Eastover 


interviews pay veal 

ers.. exteachers, ives, 

with 20 hrs. wkiy Call UN. 4- 5608. 
PART TIME—One of 
a family-owned en- 


LL OR 

Marshail 

> 600 terprises 

White. over scence 

sal. and tips. Spector's 

JU. 5-2882; call aft 
) 


AILY and weekends 
Ex 


Ss— 
nift. Excel 
steurant. 


a 
personal interview or ap- 
ent. 7- 


CAPITOL HILL SECY. 


Branch frd., 
DAY AND NIGHT SHIFTS 
person to manager, MATY- 
j Owe DONUT’ SHOP, i309 F| 
e 


_ 


GOV'T. Paton 


Government Information. Officer 
needs competent typist with skill 
filimg and capacity for larger 
nsibilities 


WAITRESSES 


wxperienced. for 11 o. m. to 8 bp. m 
ma 6 p.m. wo shifts, in 
‘ e peeusis ul HOWA aRD i JOHNSON 
ington, at 13th . 
orking conditions Excel lent earn. 
ings. App! y in person to Man ager. 
aitresses & Hostesses 
ee hb EXPERIENCED. Day and 


Mr .Da 
NEPTUNE ROOM 
: TH AND E 8T8. | 
ATTRESS—White. experienced: 4 
«2 Crystal City Resteu- 
Conn. ave. nw 
‘—White. experienced, 


tips Apply RANDY'S 
st. nw 


res 
s 


] 
opportunity 
required. Salary 
Repiy Box M- 

ND } —Ale: ducated 
oman over 25 to oat locai di- 

CHILDCR work, In- 

unusual - 


ay 
Civil asrviee status 
760 start. 

ost 


paid, 


ana... o d Ww 
qualiticetions and phone, Box 587. 
NOW OPEN 


Live In Maids 
y Workers. Maid 
untain Oris ' 
Counter Gir 
Certified ‘Emplovment, Agency 


Medical Receptionists 
and doctors’ ascistants needed. 
n 


Mot the usual soup office 'e 

interesting «a ~~ his 

is an opening fo ing alert 

as & —s representative 9 ore. 

vide by mp! : a e.. 
> 4 


been a salary pe paid t Tram 


pm " 
rant. ian 
SE 


cooatons 
113 15¢ 
A PRESSES —White. exper.; 
1. excellent tips. seir-con 
Gionde! jer Restaurant. Fs 
bi RT" Arlington. 


TRESS (WHI 
_eors 4 = 


% — -time. 
ppl y aft 


ETROPOLITAN. ‘CLUB 


1700 


over 


orm 


ite, 
xcellent ee. Sonditic lone: 


ey or Apply Pi hy MAYFAIR ze 
EST tk Ni 
‘ baw. sft is “40 » x 


ne Sundays excel tips 


WOOL t paste 


‘Experienced: piece work ra 
cellent working con dittepe 
fr. Carisen, MANHATTEN 


8 Florida Ave. Nw 


WOMEN 
ENGINEERS 
PHYSICISTS 

Mathematicians me ie 


Investigate the challenging! agen 
Opportunity available at Mel-| typists, and “receptionists. LEEDS 
par in research, design and 
development of electronic | 
equipment. For full infor-: 
mation 


APPLY IN PERSON 
ay TUES., THURS., FRI. 
BA. M. TO 4 P.M. 


MELPAR, INC. 


A SUBSIDIARY OF WESTING- 
HOUSE AIR BRAKE CO. 
3000 ARLINGTON BLVD, 

FALLS CHURCH, VA,__ 


Lady with eat. Your spare time can 


“ioe 
co. 


= ae 


nai t 
1017 ath St. Kay 


PAR iz 18- 
ht women to work evenings. 6- 
0 m. Public Relations oi} ® 
on 


who qualify. 
3-3410 oF 
mont Ave. NW. 


even 
interview cal 
s Ver- 


Oo r 
products F, @ Cpemacsves 


to neighbors. friends 
In pleasant part-time 


and 
r plan for part-time work 


FULL OR PART TIME 


+--+ Bl eonce 


y 


] 
’ 
1 
7 


es 
management WN 

ore Some estential. Call DU 
°o s.. for 


>| AMBITIOUS MOTHERS 


New company tn Washington needs 
several ladies to ur 


ay ofr uesday = 


and women 
training 
in 


“t Seo “Sun ets het 


on. through Fri. 


SALESWOMEN 


BETTER DRESSES 
SPORTSWEAR 
CORSETS AND BRAS 


OTHER POSITIONS TO BE FILLED 


FITTERS 
AND 
SEAMSTRESSES 


CASHIERS 
GENERAL OFFICE CLERICALS 


APPLY 
PERSONNEL OFFICE 
SIXTH FLOOR 


JELLEFF’S 


F STREET STORE 


COLORED 


NDI Grats 
y find jobs or 
will Indus 


? aaa ef Pt 


home, Phone DI. 


view in your 
17-4400 


OPENING 
any,r BE ON 
L LIST- 


LARGEST Romney HAS weaet 
U TE JOB SEEKERS COME IN N 
ay i WILL PLACE THIS WEEK. PAR 


BOOKKEEPER, exp., refs. 
COOKS, for Pennsylvania 
DOMESTIC COOK, for N. Y. $50 wk. 
SHIRT PRESS OPRS., exp. $40 wk. 
"HOUSEKEEPER, exp., refs. .......ee0eeee++. $35 wk, 
MAIDS, for rest home $31.25 

< ce ceeeseecsces Gln wm Cha tes” 


Employment Service 
2d floor 


. .$3400 yr. 
coccese $50-+-@tre. 
State scceeses 


eee? Pe @teeeseeeese@edeceewane eee 


- National 
| 719°11th St. NW, 


mt T = 


be settee 
Grant sarpor tation  sfurnithed “id 


fine a SE ag ‘UN. 


nationally rt fa own 


have 
eek for two. tre 
mornings. Cail 


ey Home 
e 840 
an two 


EMPLOYED LADIES 


Take cosmetic orders fof national 
firm: our employed rosressate7ss 


1 per teed 
part- -time em ployment: 


Gee nt ree DLA busi inese 
H 


Clerk-typist. 18 te 22. general of- 
fice work inf 


TRANSCRIBER 
ae Pi 


weekly new 
wry prima 
omeres 


Fo 
wil 
on. 


automobile dept. of 


vacation and many company | 


bank. 
CITIZENS BANK OF MARYLAND 
¢. ‘ ° 


WHI L 


Clerk-typist. Seamstress; 


Enclish essential: p 
ine conditions in air conditic op 
building: many company benefi 


Metween SAM AS PAL 


—_. 
for 
peri. 


° 


yee tw (VA.) 
s 


iW: | Business oe 


for 


ae i ie 
HELP, MEN & WOMEN JES Line ; 


en and women 
cing 
ing and writing at “stations in 
‘ ae New pert lowa 
and Calif. Call DE 2- about 


intensive training course startin 
National Academy o 
333 6 t. 


ACCOUNTING 
CLERK _—_[ Rete_bomas 


—" Ww 

9-Day, 35-Hr. Week Cooks. white or colored. $40 wk. 

Queens, 1404 NY. Av. NW.. Bm. $11 , 
Are you now employed by cHINESE COOK—ist class: also 
a company where your op-| P+ 0 O24 19 woe NA 8.4381, 
portunities are limited? If! Goon (white) to live in. ex- 
so, we would like to talk to | perienced with references. GHW 

child, no laundry 

you about a position with. our | Fight per son, BO. 5-645 
company. This position offers COUPL ta ee se cook. 
excellent opportunity for ad-| {et puller. | yard, man: live 
vancement. Insurance account- | senna white lady in Arlington 
ing experience and some! Pir*nome $ days s week f0r work- 
knowledge of IBM procedure | _ing mother. JA. 2-5585. 
desired but. not necessary. — Dependable live in 
Many company benefits, air- must like children 
conditioned offices. 


and bath ‘refs. 
APPLY 


—_ 
r 
PEOPLES LIFE INS. CO. 
Room 706. 1343 H St. NW. 


ne 
roadcasti 


HELP, DOMESTIC 


chauf- 
in; 


5% 
un 


GHW~—By octor 
senool-ane ' ‘piiaeen: 
er 


urday. Bleep n 2 
6-7377. 
—Live in or F out alls sectio: 
cC.. Va., Md. 5-635. ABBE 


tenographer. Com- 


ve i . 
a Thurs. oo other” at Sun 
KEEPER- be ce with 


> an 
must recent 
fs. wk. Bo 


school- live ini 


om 8p fay hore a 


Housekeeper-Cook 
{White 40-45) 


u 
Georgetown area. Reply Box M-4<69., 
Post-TH. 


BOOKKEEPER for local retall es- | 
tablishment. Must have knowledge 
of double-entry books of account, 
acoowste cords. 8 and Tay ree 
payable records ta sa 

“box i152 


guested in 
_Post-TH. 
CAPETERIA MANAGER 
organization: 
can excellent opportunities 
for top-flight men or women ex- 
perienc complete operation 
of industrial enloteeies. includin 
menu planning, 
record keepin 


Live in private room with 
bath in new modern home, 
located in NW area. No 
children. Must be capable 
of assuming responsibility 
in operating home such as 
\CARETAKER—Part time. for write| Planning and preparing 
| ssaree | in SE. section. Call LU.| meals, light laundry and 
| house cleaning. Other help 
n° Got net! employed. 1 day off dur- 
30 D. m ing week and every other 

Sunday. $200 month. 
Only interested in those 
having worked for several 
years with one employer. 
Must be able to furnish re- 
cent references. 


Ramsey ave... 
Biives Spring. Mc. 


foo — Door 
telephone. Good earnings 
. or after & 


woman must earn $100 per “week 


CLERK WANTED — FOR ETAIL 
LAUNDRY AND IN 
STORE; good o Re to learn 
laundry Sed ry cleaning busi- 
ness prefer 

Silver Spring area. 

ingside's rim 
Cleaners, 8450 Coles 
ver Spring. Md 


i 


Apply Mon. Thru Fri. 
Bet. Hours 1 P.M. & 5 P.M. 
1406 G Street N.W. Rm. 519 


co live alti 


UPLE—To nec; 
400 me NATION, 


refs 
AL EMPL. SERV- 


or smal 
in Mass.: man 


MATS, 855 WK. —Live in: 28-40 yr rs.: 
pvt. and bath: grt and 
every other 


construction “Ore 
to drive ck 


truck, Wife to cook: a 
omeres cottage wil be provided, 
EDITOR 


yt or woman with experience te 
, OF magazine editin 

pertomead in writing preferre: 

— snowledse of story selection. 


a: 


oman 
t hwk. 


conscientious re ai 
° esol ch oe] a. and children 
.. Weekends 


- Ww 
care for 2 children and 


ith 
wi 


Root, 
17 


care 
small children. Must bee xD.. 
fs. Other” hel 
oped ‘Wiline te work most 
me off during week. Mrs 


o 
wv 
e 


¢-uD. graphic presenta- 
fen, headline write 


’ bape s ne 
and proce ction 
statins ace ~-R and sane | HEicP, MEN & WOMEN 
? 


eral backsround 


| Bp 


THE 
$64.00 QUESTION 


* *1D0 YOU WANT 


Weekly earnings of more than $64? 
Permanent employment close to home? 
Day or night work? 


WAITERS—WAITRESSES 
Answer these questions yourself 
Let Hot Shoppes provide the opportunity 
APPLY 
HOT SHOPPES 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 
1341 G St. N.W., Room 200 


Interviews 9 to 3:30 weekdays 
Sat. through noon 


Raleigh Haberdasher 


Chevy Chase Store— 
CLOTHING SALESMAN 


Experienced, full and part time. Ap- 
ply Wisconsin and Western Ave. 
Chevy Chase, Md, 


F St. Store— 
CLOTHING SALESMAN 


Experienced; permanent position 
Ready to Wear Saleslady 


Experienced; permanent position 


SHOE SALESMAN 


Part time, experienced preferred but mot necessary 


WAREHOUSE CLERICAL 
SERVICE DESK CLERK 


Full time permanent. No experience necessary. 


TAILOR FITTER 


Experienced; permanent. Full time. 


Apply Employment Office 


1320 F St. N.W. 


A 


ts. a ns fob nad aaaheweT for 


. S34 salary to) 


TYPING don 
~| letters. envelopes. etc 


N. AVE. bik. reel 
. 
‘ we avir ae eo D Mont 
= N. ive. vic ice 


search, 


aran-| INTERESTED ‘umber of 

fiields, iuctadine Journallam. public 

rela economic in- 
alysis ese 


military 
Box M-2165, 


honest. de- 


rtunity for 


service in June ‘56 


gra 
sires oanpl. with opp 
. exc. ret. 

> 5, m 
business admis. ae 
ob.; min. ani. $380 


small 
RE. 


mule driver. 
truck driver. whit: 
* rise Keliy, QUEENS, 


10 yrs. DU. 


0 G fANT. BCS and 
MCS. esires part-time accts 4 


rs. A. acct. 
Excel ref 
SITUATIONS, WOMEN 


cik. typists. 
UEENS. RE. 17-5328 
or summer employ- 
ment. Typists. teachers for all 
_types of placement. 
HOTEL ITION—Recent er radu- 
ate of wis Hotel Training — 
Housekeeper. bookkeeper ty 
drive. Box ‘M-478._ Post-1 


vite and i 


5 5., 
bkkprs Call 
Also AVAIL. 


-\4TH ST. NW. 
rm. 


20\~| 


leer “Te Tr. 


ak ee Pas. 


WOODLE . Nw, >—Opp. 
Sneraton a Hote}. } mag exci. 
br .. det. home, pvt. th AD. 


5075—Pr. twin-bed 
2?t—Clean. conf. 
6-37. H 


“Hie” 


—— rm... 


for 3 Fu t-4596, 


both. 1 with 
1 semipvt. vis anifmited 
moraine | £2 e¢; excellent 


AVE. ee 
pret 


Men 


1°?TH » 11%1—Clean. 
nr. Lain 86 wk up. ay 


14TH ST. 


rm., 


th A PENN AN 


floor 


ower. 


17 
rm. ge 
NEA Mai COL. aD — ice 
- avatory ares 
gouble room with twin beds 


L. 
POTOMAC HOTEL 
AN STS. NW 


lo 
7 party. TE 


HAWTH An CatE HOTEL 
2134 G ST. NW. ne. 7-4027 
Why? Because we ha 


Clean attract ote single and 


HOUSEKEEPING and child care for 
6 or & weeks. Best ref. JO. 8-4908 


INTELLIGENT Col. girl (24) desires! 
work, can type. some salesgirl exp.| 
tors. 4 sast. 6 
MATU RE LADY—st eno- ~~ ge 
desires work. Riverda or 
companion for elderly "peeps. AP. 
7-6022 : 
ONNEL— Interviewing, testing. | 
receptionist. JO. 8-6533 
, editorial work desired 
Experienced news & radio writing 
_& library work. LA. 6-767 


SECRETARY 


If wand under 30 glamour’ 
skip this. All I have is experi-| 
ence with people. peosom so! vine 4 
know-how, common sense. matu 

Judgment, habit of workin es | 
ogeurete. Sypine. Prankiy 4 Box 


4-— 


desires summer “employ - 
t with 
anion-tutor. c 
eferences exchanged. Box M-495, 


* at home. Documents 
TA, 9-4252. | 
rotestant, exp. woman 
position as house mother 
er of Rooming house 

Write Box M-121, Post-TH. 
ADY. col. wishes posi- 
tion os clerk or clerk-typist. exper. 


a 
manag 


wis position by 
typi ‘and penerel: * ofnce wo 
run 


child ~~. Days -5694 
SITUATIONS, ee at 


——— 

BETTER class girls. maids, 

instant maid service. Call 

Washington School of Household | 
0. DE 252 

secretary. 


eeper sew. 
rienced eit h children 


ook. Ex- 
| 
et- 


un- | 
nerve, 
hsk . & Col. One W. age 
mot er’s heiper . needs training.! 
QUEENS. -5328 


FIRST CL 


gostres 


‘ASS cook and seams’ ress | 
occupation. ox M-2164, | 


’ Til do laundry out! 
or in 


s.-Tht 
Mon.-Tues.-Thurs 


. LAL. 4 dys. a ws 
-Fri. CO. 5-31 


des. part) 
1. 7-4066. | 
‘ob. colored. 
52 or or Lh 1- 6361, | 

Jase for 


ia children. co 
li in Li 4-6097._ 
& Sacks 2 yrs ref. 
Open Sun. Baby sitters exp. Rey 
ca ede : 2-341, 


eeper available 2 
days work. Tues & Thur 
pungevss and cook. HU. "5. ere. 
OMAN—Desires work Mon.. 
LI. 4-1573, 


ant 
dependable. 424359" ¢ 


wil 


and Pri. 
AN wants housework 
gare, 5 days. LU. 4-0376. 
woman desires cooking and 
exper.. refs. 1 4-1912 
. L desires genni. housework. 
Py et $25 and-.car fare. Ref. 
and h : I ~741 


urs 


GHW 


da 
L ast 
year 


. woman des. GHW, 
Exp. with children. Loc. ref 
job wit emp. couple. 4 


res y 
and tight. housework ‘pu 
ORED matured woman: 
= laundress, s@amstress ue 
s Angeles vic Exp. & refs. | 
available at once. T 8&3 
COLORED D GIRL desires — work | 
ref Li, 3- 614 
gir Batre S ita cars and Ii ight 
housework. 5 da DL 


ROOMS, FURNISHED 


ALEX .—Lee. dbie. front rm 
to os bv 3- new: mr. airport. $12 


beth, 7 


com 

—Mas rm. 
with 1 wom momen: 
P .. 


urn rm. in 
tleman. cony trans, 


SENATE & POST O e 
DALY MAID AND PHONE SERVICE 
SGL4.. 87 UP. 5... es $12 UP 


bik. 
kit. arivia 
LA 6§-4799 | 
ocmen 


EM. 


——I| 
or dbl.; 
bik, bus 


Hospit sgl. 


al: 
a 
A 


ae. nr. Conn ave. 7 


bath. man. 833 mo 


34. $5.50 wk 
TV: fi_men AD 4-43.30 
rms. with! 
TO. 66-4563. | 


A 
rms. shwrs.. 


A ad) 
un porch: ert, bath 
. AND M 
room. pvt. 
5-3030._ 


VE. vic. joc. attr 
sei. corner m: bookcases: 


bath: 1 eel 


ot | 
NW... e111 —Exquisitely_ 


Pees corner studio r 
DE. 2-4145. (Also smal!- 


me. 
~ 


CONN. 
furn. “tae. 
bath. 


715—Lee. tw. bed- 
ave win a.; 


r ag 
ba =, < ve 


ea 
: is3" wk he » 059 

19th st. a. | 

live In most conv _tocation = city; | 
rivs.; 


t. 
student or "Sesinasa couple. 


mg bg nsid_AB Dede. obhe. ae 


38 wi i. i 2st 
Ww 

E1337 2ist nw. 
: $14 dbl 
0. 5-960! 


_$1.50 day; ‘kit, privl. 


DUPONT CIR. “ws. 
$35. a HF bath, 870 


., cA Me ee LI. Tse 
e 
aT. 13379— Nicely 
+ faa, running | 
n ‘ transp. 


rms.. $25 
. * serv. 


- 


ie, 5S prt ,bamt rm: 


0 ERY A ere 


Quiet Neer Bi: elev F lobby: TV 


run. water 
sel... dbi.. 
IRVIN N. We nt: beth ony. 
room, 
JEPTEROe _ NW... 442 rm. 
post th; unlim. Phone 

= Neen opt. Cony. trans. RA 


SlscaFHU RLV” ARES Toe 


ewly dec. 


ae } ] 
evett i 
ANT 
r. ower ee big closets front 
near transpor- 
u : enc 
. 3335 18th st. 


mass. AVE. 
furn.. 


oman wants (GHW or! co 
Reis. L , 


ms 
m ome HU. 3-5785 co 


i COL Mon 


oor. 


0 Ew HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 


COMB—Gentleman, a 
MASS. AVE. NW. 


cdoutte ri = 
Air- condition 
Comfortable Vv 
Beautiful patio 
or rT ] nes 


stful evet 
x Ls pes from $9.50 
per we 


ALLEN “LEE HOTEL 


rivate baths, room phones 


“7 
for 


$: 3 and UD, ‘able LD room, bus at 
400%. 2224 EX. 3-2224 


BACHELOR Orns. ry tor , RESIDENCE 


sh wily per 
1863 Kalorama Rd 
NICE FURBRN. RM... next bath. 4710 
N. Wash. Bivd. Arl. Va. JA. 2-8993 
GORDON nOTEL— si¢ i6th st. n 
ro attr. rms. we ~ without 
; reas. rates 6264 


Jos 
ROBERT PETER INN 
1523 22d ST. NW DE Laas 
PERMA ANENT OR TRANSIENT 
EASONABL E 
COLORED, “Uhlan Terr. NE —Lady. 


NW —Neatly 
Call 


eee 


NW. DE 2 


a Newton Pi. 
all home privils. 
RA. 6-9076. 
nw. Master 
J vileges; couple or 
single. RA 3-84: 59, al ‘i ‘day Sunday. 
Pm. weekday 
—Lgee irt 
an to traase..” 


cooklne ay 


emp Li. 


furn. rms. home 
5 7-9328 
COL. —1103 Herverd 
cor _kit. vis 


'NE.; _ Single Tm. 
Li 7-026 

ne. 

—for -sentieman. al. on 

——P yt gale 

le Home Priv) Empl” DE. 2.8520 

L.. NE.—2 adi 

gies 


i 


t 


nicely 


0 
Db 


TOL 832 Missouri ave 
= let mn home; 
COL., “9 “Harvard gt 
, + iB privileges 
Lo 3-2259 after 6 Dp. 
L.—Beaut. front + 
nice closets $8.50 » 
COL — Bs 
housekeep! ae rm 
OL.—Seles 
ave. nw. 320 ’ 
coL. NW seCrioN NS Seis 
_ Nice furn. Home privi. DU 
oom next to bath, 
2-8409 


na 
$40 month. 
hw. 
$8 per wk 
m 


light | airy. 
5- 


-* 
? 


a3 


dbia. 
77-1262 
“quiet 
OL.—7 ne. nicely furn.; 
for gentieman riv. Li. 6-4528 
COL., 1871 Kendall st 
room, $7 week LA 
COLORED Furnished. 
ewly 
aS § home priss. TA. "9- 9890" 
COL.—1431 Decatur st. nw. Nicely 
furn.; kit. privl. 2-1731 
COL. NW—Nicely furs, sei. or dbl. 
m™m ly ] » -0565. 


rs 


"Ber 


sunshine w 


Good food; pleasant 
modations and lots 


Now available in a cen 
cated residential hotel. A 


ing room 
TO see. come to 
1426 M ST NW 


HARTNETT HALL 
of «cial 
activities. $14 per week & up. 


1426 21st ST. NW. 
HU. 3-5432 


r, THE MARLEFTA. 1335 "téth ue 
page and double rms. for youns 
_jagie . 


THE MANCHESTER 


vision lounge Air-conditioned din- 
Delicious home-cooked 


accom- 


trally lo- 
itractive- 


on close-in 23-acr 


E 
, comfort table rms., 


6 wk 
CHILD CARE 


deliehifully | 


6 estate 


ENSBURG, MD.— 
care 2-5 #r. olds, 


| aa, day oo 


$3 ars in 
682. 


* 


if cCaTU = 
enced mother, permanent 


We CARE given 


Home- eee br 
wk Manassas 348-J 
INDIVIDU AL care. 


N with fenced-in 
for small child in 
° E 4-6508 


mothe er works 


NE section LJ 


Di stinetion - 


RAINIER ~—-Efficy 
. # l. mother with 2 
eare for children WA 
—! NR. SENATE—Furn. bach 
bath. new furn.;: also unf 
extra | j 
AD. 2-6422. LI. 4-7553 


TAKOMA PARK—Lovely 
good transp. 2 bedrm. 
rm wall to wa 


APTS., FURNISHED 


— it 

rm Heated daviieht. 
rm., 

140. 9 tiRE nehud 


e9-as A I 


: AL rx. — Large von bee rm 


Adults, per mo. 


apt. 
991 
it 
Penta 


urn. 


UN. _4- ai ta. 


chi 
MOTHER vi a ace day care. in 


will care for children while! 
in be own home 


children. day | 
7-3882 


, vedrm.. 


glassed- i 
5- 1 


me 3 ILL Lan S215 « 
kit.. bedr 


pine-pan 7 
pereanas porch. 


~~ Belvoir 
with 
l, very 


r with 
ome for 


fants 
skis 
~—Experi- 


i 


and 
_NO. 


GEORG 
immed. for 
m.. 


inci. 


it 
for 


rms.. 
(tel 
_Mon. after | 


GEORGETO 
letely ingepen de 

. terrace, 

appt 


Sigidaduent toat-eeh ‘Then HERALD 
Sunday, May 27, 1956 D7 


=m:| 382,000 
| Daily 
- eereeepoass 


ie. 


2 wares. 


means quicker sales results 
for Washington Post and 
Times Herald classified ad- 


¥, vertisers. To place your ad 


: a 
beth. F in ent ce. 
Eris i 


ETOWN—WNicely furn.. evail. 
v ’ 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


* APTS., halal D 34 


iv ~All modern, 
ms, 


kit., 


Bach. apt. 

mnt. 2 rms.. 
frepl. Cail DU. R 
lieht and 


GEORGETOWN 
nished. double drawing rm., dinia: 


rm 


aa. a 
quover Fi re, Se ow oe 


swimming pool, 


NN. 
‘airy. ‘ and 2 bedr 
Call EM. 3- 1912. 


r-| WIL AL SUBLET 


and August, 


June, 
uly seg ure 
nished air-cond.. 
apt. Full kitchen, ‘1 


arge efficiency 
‘Ret Call EM. 2-9165. 


~ GARDEN.” TYPE APTS. APTS, 
GLASSMANOR 


— Elegantiy + 


kitche bath "te single. 


NW. yo anand 
» SED. reat $14 wee nS hee 
. 


3 rms.. bedrm 
~2620 


i 
f- 0 
4-acre estate. 
tennis court: love- 


ULTRAM 


JUN 


aet 
rms. kitehen, bath: ; reasonabic 
KEARNEY ST. NE, 


care. PL.| LAM 


to chil-| 
sumed $15 
da 


y. 


Hr 
, we. va ‘JE 3- 3365 
yard =| 


the dary- 


eeedection. Li. 3-0340. 
CONVALESCENT HOMES 32. 


Coneresstens! 


24. hea 


x care by trained sersennel. 
5 


sip APTS. FURN. or UNFURN. 33| 2 


apt 


apt., new 
un. apt 
dinette. 


VERY ATTRACTIVE | 


location. ¢ 
large liy. 
ll carp 


a 


>. ae 
, iv. 


-5678. 


oo PD 
basement 
util inc. 


reas. 


ANACOSTIA— -Excel sec. n 


ch; 86 


ice furn.,| 
2. 1811 


ba 

included. JA. 
ARL. 4 me. conv 
is mi! ns 
2 6456 af ver 6 


Pent 


—BSingle| _¢ 


ve nome. 
, 


po. 
363 


’ } . : p 
th and entrance. $82.50. ut uit ies| 
4-1712 


. bus, the-| 
econ, and | 


JA 


an 
prei.; 


vin ge 
Parquet floors. 
3 canasuren: util! 
Ap information call JA. 
Nice effic $685; 
“e08. 50-$110; 2 bedrm.. 

Cc. i710 N. 36th, Apt. 
2-0721. 


‘eL.—Atir. 2 


phone, gar. 
ARL. ame 


blinds: 


apt. pvt. 


oe" — 
both for $10. LA 6-197 
_ harried couple 


“Tat 


an: iL 
“onli he 
s. | COL... “Gentleman: briant 

RA 


airy 
3-} 


con ORED—-1620 18th st 
2.50 nome 
CO LORED- 
12: hom 
COL. —415 } 
man or Ti. % , m_, 2 chil dren 


—Monroe NW-—ist fl wi y 
privl, reasonable ru 2-0 


tL —River Terrace; beauti cat ly 


j 
s:$ tudio ae ~s ARLIN 


ROOMS, UNFURNISHED 


— km. for empl. ale. or mid~ 
sin sie woman: all priv 
LL 7-01 1. 


27 


_run. 


CAPITOL vic. ~—# rms. refrig., 
ater, 5 wk. LI. 4-7 


rm 

DELAFIELD FL. NW. 

bright Hedrm, kit... ne 
ge. closets: for 2-: 

pu PONT CIRCL B—-Pree rent ‘or 9 

hours work per week sorting radio 


arm... nice- 

d neighborh d. 

$60 dbl. Lh. 3-7024, 
ait. 


ha a 3 rm. & 


5 NW... 214 mre TITS TV: 
airfoam: $6- -$10. EX. 2 “96353. 

93 1 rm. 
refrig... hot plate; $350 wk. Sober. 


Tw. » 1234 ag 
be bl Reas, 
a os rm. 
adults 


some 


a 


LI. eee 


(3 . ; 
 & ‘kit; ; stove. utils. 

itn Sr. , 05—Lae. comp. 
sl. rm; $1 2.50 wk. ; util, LL 7 9893 | 
‘STH ST. NW., 824—Clean. 
es an c. Lg-waler. Uulle. BA. ¢-$632. 
ean: stove, Fri¢ 
inet i vil: 510. HU. a-2270_ 


cool F 

riv.. “$30 ‘mo a ae i$" 28 
in 
bath 


Lg refris sink, 
cas housekeeping. ie & venna 
ave, se. 2 lege. rms. and yard Gas’ 
and  Tetrie. $17. wk. LI. I. 7-9069._ 
LORED—Rms. and apis. all sec- 
1323. 
Pp. 


Beoourite Benlty. 
“ 6744. 4. JU 9- 
righ rm 
Also t unfurn. beast, apt. in Bethes. 
da; reas. rent. util inc. RA. 3-8252 
oor: 3 rms a bath 
in private home: refs.: 
la aaa preferred. CO. 


- 7 


tions. 
ve. 


utilities: 
couple or 


rm. 


“aT. 50-835. 
4110 5th nw. 


mo. Ad ult. at. 
6-8785. 


ROOMS WANTED 


CONVENIENT TO 
HOT SHOPPES 


Langley Park, Md. 
College Park, Md. 
Alexandria, Va. 
Shirlington, Va. 
General NW. and 
NE. Washington 
needed 
for summer 
Reply By Mail 

MR. JOHN RANDOLPH 


HOT SHOPPES, INC. 
ATIVE 
200 


28 


for youne college | Sen. 
seaso 


Rooms 
students 


1341 


WITH BOARD 


e. 
26 


Guiet.| for 


iatinet 


Ne Foe ror: ser St 


apt.; taste 


m. 
Ns ose 
JO. 


La vin rm 
pease spac e 


n.. Bit 
JA >4 


Pp bath. 
entrance. JA. _2- 2289 
studio “apt.. 


se “uepriaing 
‘BOLLS FIELD “AREA_Put 
kit., ; j 


th. } 
90. | 


iving- din- 
ad 2 bed 
Venet 
ties furn. 
-3070 


~~ ext. 


590. ay coms 
i. 8, 


ully fur 


entr.| 
cup- 
util 
Oo 


Z * 
_2-4514 


CONCORD GARDENS ; 


June 1: 
near 
Adu 
gh ave. 


1 bedrm., avail 


air-cooled 


gnarepes. | 
Res 
ite Apt 


isi t—3 Ri 


> 2 rms. 
$75 x 
Il. 4-4778 
/ ean. 
2 rms 6 


"ee ate! 


7 


VL —Opp ». Congression - 
yi 
Phone MR 
433 


cool attrac. 


7< 
. AREA— 
rms.; reens 


2 
Private h om 


P 
& HARE ~ MB —L! 
py a" 


gore 
2-14 


achelor apt.. 


ing furn 


v -bedrm | 
nd bath. 


2-5607 
— Professor and | trans 


2-bedroom 
WA. 


June o} 
Wash. 


D. Nw 14 


4 girls er] 
964, 


oot. with utils... 
1; $60 for 2 


kitchen and 


sun porch: settled coupie 


a, 


ee 
. $50 

 §-1226. | 

CONGRE s WelGuTs ~ — Purnished |. 
room .D 


enclosed 
or lady 


AREA—Avallable 

l. 2 and Py 
; reas. rent. JO. 
compl1. 


VE.—aAtira.. 
suitable for 


dre 


. bedrm.. lee “m..| 
i rae "aad bath; ail utils. OL. ! fhels _utils. 


; $100. inel. 


A RK 
m.-kit in studio house; 
haan $65. DU. 


arming is EY 
77-3192. Not. Mon- 


cple.: 
ess, 


utils. 


AVE. 


apt. in in = 
CONS 


A 
Ly, Fie.» bedrm., kit. 


ONN. residential sec... ne 
“Gheraton-Park Hotel, Comt.. wel 


rm. mo 
Geek serv. Avail. July & Aw 


. Refs. 


DUPONT CIRCLE 


eat -be room 


ffic. eaB2 atte a 
fens aries bs ® st. Trapt 


also un 


beaut. 


‘PONT T 
over patio; 


E 
lst 


Apt., 3,.3 rms., bath, 


town fbe abt 
fully equip.: 
ST. f- site cely furn., oe ot 

actroie’ fer’ 5 peawhe. 


porch, 
$82.50. See after 12. EM, 


AREA 


% caciut t- 
rm. apt. 
t. 


‘maid. : 


ian | 


Liv 
_kit., bath, “$70; | see jan. HO 
at » AVE. NE.. 


5 | MeL BAN GARDENS AREA— Ap: 


MONROE. if 
tiled bath 
deck. 


L, an ncey, BX.3 


MT. 


Ims. 
st. NW... 
67.50. utils 


for NAYLOR eanennn sE2 - 
Sura. ag $120 


sho 
NE 


kit 
we wt shot lives ~~ -F ly 
N iN Gn ST. NW. 1866—Lee. 


10 


ay 


£59 


’ NEWTON ST. NW.. 
bination 
spare bat 

oy 


NW. 
kit 


of i nedv 


a 
wi indow 
PA 


mo 


liv 


' tr 
[RIVERD DALES 


QUARRY 


IPER. ST. NW.. 


1618-—Near 
Reed: 2 


sement apt E WIN 


‘ill’ ROOM, “C 
INS ROOM, | 
MODERN 

PARKING AREA AND 
wr, 4 IPPED PLAY~ 
INDS. 


NEW, 
ODERN 6- 
PING CER ‘ 


‘OR 4900 


OPT Tr 
et ah ay 


1815-660, 2d 
entrance everything 
6-7993. 


219 Winthrop &t 
U 


AIR-CONDITIONED 
DE LUXE APTS 


Reautifully furnished -bed room 
apt 5-857 HYATT. RES MCh 


Kit... 


cx 
close | eversthing: $85 inc 
Dro cal] re e- 
3-4700, ext, 401. 
3179 18th NW. 
furn., trans. _ 
bldg. Studio 
kit - bath 


__1300Tavestment Bids. 
OPENING MAY 30TH 
RICHARDSON MANOR 
ON OCEAN FRONT AT 49TH 
1-2 AND 3. + BEDROOM APTS. 

me 4's! EQUIPT 
ny HE WEEK 
REDUCED RENTS During JUNE 


rit for nd MD Tito 
| Phone OCEAN CITY, MD. 1123 


SUMMER SUBLET 


and Maes. Ave. vicinity 
+ Cool and 
FM 3-7572 


"! HOTEL 2400 


An Address of Distinction 
2400 16th St. NW. 


BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED 
SPACIOUS APARTMENTS 


2 and 2 pedrocts. 
Gaily maid 

cl luded in natal: din in ne 
cocktail lounge. private garage ry 
joins ho 


PLEAS ANT- 
bath. nicely 
1445—Ap! 
Mur phv ae, 

bedrm. 
Senven transp.. 


a Nw. ' 


42-6100... 
+ 1828 —Bt ado 
tilit 

ST. 3-9200, | 
stu-| 


conv. to 
tenant: 


and kit SR 
utils. furn.; quiet 
mo. HO. 2-8140 


rm. 


5 
spacious. 


1436—Lee com. 0. 


ng eytte $s ; 
9 ei 
:s. front | 


up. 


bed- Wed 


rom $55 mo. 


rm., kit.. pet bath: 
TU. 2- 


large closetst 


$1 $0, eM. "9. 089 
“NW. 1519—Spac. 
avail. 

304 


“RD é-rm 
, ideal for 4 girls about 
>. 


Call Mr. Harnett, Gen, Mor. 


CO. 5-7200 


BELLEVUE 
GARDENS 


1-FARE ZONE 


“liv. rm.. 
Next to bath: $70 
-086 


a 2- 


ul ils , Adults. 


& SUMMIT PL. NW.—Le 
rus. eve window | 


rm., a ] 
— 
4-6710 

173 see? 4 iclency 

ar 


xti] a 
4-68155 or 


15 
A 
(LA 


i bedrm | su 
$110; 5 min. | 
4. JA\s 


SI 


ROCK CREEK GARDENS | 22 
Vaca l- AND 2-BEDRM. APTS. 


qpeertns canter in. Govepemees 
Cony cha 
portati wy 


1s@>s 


| SIXTEENTH A 
furn 


utlt 


po 


by 


entr.. 


se 


TA KOMA PARK, 


kit., 


C..A. PARKER CO. 
NA 


a St. Ww. 


ine! 


1 


5| batt 


apt.. 
Tas 

Ave 

dec. 


isTH ST. NW. te “Park rd.— 


ist 
2 


Te 


rooms and pv 
Good 


2 eet eg” or 


min 
Liractivei 


a) 
AKOMA PARK, ~ 8101 Flower ave | 
1 Ju 2 


H 
m 


is i NW., 1334—Is or. ¢ 
p! ki ‘tehen and E 2-bae4 
‘jsTu & eT. ee a ar. Col. rd.— 
i ‘68 


4688 NICHOLS AVE. SW. 


1 Bedrm., Unfurn....$65 up 
1 Bedrm., Furn ...$88 up 
(INCLUDING UTILITIES) 

2 Bedrms., Unfurn.. . $76.50 
(PLUS UTILITIES) 
Completely metern large closets; 


spacious |! ayground. ball 
diamond for. ‘chilaren and adults. 


PHONE JO. 1-2700 
Open Daily, 9 to 6 P. M, 
Sunday, | to 6 P. M. 


SHIPLEY PARK 


1- AND 2-BEDRM. APTS 


to 


RGE 


. dry 
5312 Q St “aE. JO. §-8118 
bedrm.. for emp. cple.; 
, prt. entr. LU. 4-742 
fic. apt., re 
5D. imc). util : 
AREA—Unusually attr 
Everything furnished 
mie and Walter Reed 
* 


LVER SPRING, MD. 


16TH ST. N.W.—Air-cond, 
otel overlooking Rock tT. 

sublet beaut. effcy. apt. 
to re liable party, half- rental. CO, 


2501 Calvert St NW. 


ah Mme SHOREHAM HOTEL 
We have ble 


enient 
ee. 
a t. 


UPPER 


UTILITIES INCLUDED 


* Rental ciftce r~ Srem-| tion 
JU. $-4030 spec 


SULLIVAN BROTHERS 
IRVING NW- 


NW. 
efticienc big kit 
utils iG 5- 3903. “APT HUNTING made — ec 
flections all parts D shown, 
o . co) MANDEL. AD _ 44-3400, 


DELIGHTFU LLY 


full) y sure! ished apt inci. 
>. Best loc 
row ‘at Meridian 


at 8327 Grubd rd 


$89. inc] 


incl. all utils. | 2 
} ar cail aa NO 
6-6649 


$94 


adults 


$95, bt 
of washer Wik . Smbessy Park. 
— Attractive 
dinete, Kit. » bedem.. bath 


Ri 


rm 


With Automatic Indiv. Control 
N DECK 
ultra-modern facilities. aute. 
. secretarial serve 
e to appreciate, 


j =. 
Ren 
Bri EU CLID BT. NW. HU. 3-3402. 
iv. | SHOREMA M VIC.—<Attr.. cool, outs. 
for 3; indiv. sleep. atrs: w-w ca 
peting: sundeck transp. pe.3-itss 
COLORED — Attractive furn, apts... 
ne. and nw mo Up * auire 
1 34 st nw. EX 3-536 

rm., 


t 3—2 rms.. 


sT. sw., Ap kit. 
dinette, beth. Utils. 865. 


, 
é ‘and 2 rms. yu DU. . 262" 
5, bis. or. ‘im 5 ea | COL ORED. NW nae rally located. 
; , b116—Liv rm. bed - tudi apt. Aduits 
auto laund 7 3 
RA. 3-27 : 78 
rm. ~“kitchen and| 
orch for emp ady. cony.| 
~ _§-3077, ‘Call after 7 pr 5 | Cot. 
nw. 


OL... oom, 
oatéo $55 mo. Utils incl. 

:  furn. sett, Bie 
quiet SPOR. couple 4 
bath. lge es. | ‘ely apt. for 2; very go 
P. so wu | transp 1240 Eye st. ne. Li. 6-3709, 


" Evart st. ne rms., pvt. 

a NW... 2547-—3-rm. bem w 

pvt beth. 1 child. CO. 5-5148. | b PeDri_alser Be 
- 738 «7 . 7 

} .* rms 

util. furn., $60 mio. LI 


-Nicely 


clos 
$79 30° 


ns incl. 


‘OL. 
git 


moa D 
COL —2 7 


Part ly ture 


Clean attr, 
dinette kit., 
127 


ar j . 
fr te oe ‘utils, DU. 7-9 
COLORED 


{~— 
> oe i inspection 


; oe “turn. os . 

: . bath, and 2 

: rear paceman, 

{ne} all 
ERAL 


- } 
» 1314—0n 
Ro gens A with 
AND NEWTON NW VIC —23 
bath: exe. cond 
rn Adults. $71 incl. utils. 


nusually 
pri- 


fu 
2 


th 


ty x NW. 3 
$75. Bee. Janitor 
50 Ingleside ter. nw.{ 
-room apart ment 
$55: ‘all tilittes peid 6-7981. 


ebster | APTS., HOUSES TO SHARE 35 


ALEX.-Ynog. m to share oes. 

ay iG ng owers. $60 

RATERS AES 

will share 2- bedrm. 
7% a-c by cummnes. 


Ni ely furn.. 

& ALS entrance: 

would consider t 

rvision of bl me 
5570 


Xen 
5% 


c 
Effi 


cacao 


shower 


4 


L iv 
agin: new refrg.. pine freezer; 


Completely Furnished 
JEFFERSON VILLAGE 


i 4 


adults, 
Reas 


5564. Sun. afte 
a. neders before 3 
— Bu peinece or 


GAIN 
Enormous apt.. 
hool; nearby 


pvt bath. 
Pha be re rig. 


Sait 
Pony Apt. 
—. 


ia Bt... & 400. 
rms. Across {r professional) 
are attrac- 

va 


ns. § 
nt with H dagibere 


hectindiads Bornean Fe; 
share with other airls. HO, 


, ener. : 
yd. 


clean, 
settie 
A 


c. & 


apt. bldg. excellent trans 
parking. parquet floors, 


“duplex 
aths, 


A 
4 


IC ELEV 
BOARD 
AD. 4-263 


tm... kit. 


eve- 
udent will share. ton. apt. 
youns man 21-28. It. Se 


¢itktoux—vam— wa —voung Te 
wanted to share sevens 
apt. Ideal location 


0 
3 4 st 


a res 
ee +67 


A 
PE 


, ¥ dec 


HOUSE TY 


4 share 
with jody. age 35-45, by June i 


ARL. PLP 
rrivese ¢ bedrm., kit. privileges. M 


AILY 9 TOS 


én 4a'Fo 4” 


% Ca g 
7 ht ne ei 


hat WASHINGTON POST ‘and TIMES HERALD Dia 


Sunday, May 27, 1956 


: 


4] 5,000 
Sunday 
Circulation 


means quicker sales results 
for Washington Post 
Times Herald classified ad- | 
vertisers. To place your ad 
for Sunday 

Phone 


REpublic 7-1234 
APTS, HOUSES TO SHARE 33 oem 


‘Warwick 
Village 
NEWLY DECORATED 


3 Bedrooms Homes 
$115 Month 


INDIVIDUAL BASEMENT 


Ww 
WESTINGHOUSE 
WASHER, DRYER 
Refrig., Garbage Disposal 
SOUNDPROOF WALLS 
FULL MAINTENANCE 
LAWNS. PLAYGROUNDS BUS. 
Public, Parochial Schools 

Adjoins Project 
TO PENTAGON. 20 MIN. 
WNTOWN WASH. BY BU 


9 TO 9 DAIL 
UDING SUNDA 


and 


Bag eaten ie 3- Plage or rg. 2- /9 pti 
LEMAN to share 2 " 


"Fe Plast who 


em. be bed it 

a 

YOUNG LADY—to share ise. effic 
in mod aoe ners air 

cond... whilm eee upant 

spends weexk- iF ‘a beach. AD 


“has comfartable, or 
apt. to share with 
5. DI pe eae 
oth . of will share 
lovely 8G sot! with another 
work mother, a care avail..| 
an" nep. Pent. & town 


OP 
‘Inc 
Mt 


BELLE VIEW 


VERNON 
OUND 
P SHOPPING CENTER 
ON PREMISES 


NG WAN 
conditioned 


JA 
Fr twin bedrm | 
Good 


¥ omer 
925. each. _ ‘ha ™ 048) 


NIAL GIRL w 2 same to 
Bo. Ar Com- 


BEAUCTIFUL MT 
SCHOOL. 


ALL 


to 
Call 


35-35 
pe 


ouse 
m 


Conv 
Cc 


WADI! NG POOL 


EXCLUSIVE Fe DENTS 
NO TIONAL CosT 


mile south of_ Alex.: 
‘rom downtown D. C.. Pentago 
in pore and 10 min 
Belvot 


Resort atmosphere on 
grounds in country club & 
all city conveniences 

Parking: lowes rent 
above teatures entire = 


4 
- house | R 
1430 | he. 4 895. a 
ie UNFURNISHED 36) hit Me twe1's 
ALLE. Hunting Tower ain 10 ' 


untine Towers—Oir! 19 APTS. ALSO A BED 


‘ t 99-6566 alt. 6 , 
22e watt ape KI 2 es tal ope 601 Belleview Blvd 


A} through Priday . 98 
un :. "til 


Pe 
QUAKER LANE | “QATONETTE GARDENS ©. ¢ line, 
2 BEDROOMS, $105 m.| 


| room one with ainette. OS. $1 

| _inel. wti ne. ye OT atid 
INCLUDES ALL UTILITIES 
-LARGE ee OR 80 APTS. | 


PARK-BEDFORD 
Th SEE TH Mu TO: 


ci. TV 
entegon Bivvers and D 


5 MEN, college arads.. 
yrs. to share beaut i rn 
nr wry Vig Hote 


r 
pork ae 2. 8000. ext 
r eae ves. 


47 
i jhare RO ae th an- 
han mm “Bache or share house 
with ar nates Call 


ect i 


3-1430.. 
ir. or eple to sh 
ther. LU. 1 


spacious. 
area wi 
Geri ste Dow 


achelor 
with another Call 


] BEDROOM ~-979 
TO- 


Attractive corner 
in 


r @ 
, A. 3 
Apply Resident Manager| “*” oe endo. 
1229 OUAKTP °* 1019 15th ae 
OV. 3- 


-_—— 


St. 


ARLINGTON, VA. 
Economy Plus Convenience 
914 So. Buchanan St 


| %% bleck to shopping center and bus 
line 10 .. avy Annex and 
Pic 


ANE 
3467 
DREYFUSS BROS 


an pan newly 
— pedroom. living sae. 


and 
bearonme ava lable June 
ALL UT a INCLUD 


e u 
it. Apt. f ca) 


- 
NA — 9"; 

All utilities _ 1 ped 

din kitche ath 

washing faci! ities Rear Goed Hope 

rd. 2 18t 1.8 se LU «3537 

or 


spect 
Buch: onan 


1061 


RIGGS PLAZA 


BRAND-NEW CAFRITZ DEVELOPMENT 


NE. 


15th St. N.W. 


S&S. DAKOTA AVE. AND GALLOWAY §&T., 
In Convenient, Close-in Riggs Park 


Vernon Ave & Kennedy &t. | 


SWIMMING POOL | 


A. $0580 ¥ a y +7 
a 


| store 
NA See | 


SPECIAL FEATURES 
EXTRA LARGE ROOMS WITH WALK-IN CLOSETS 
—WIRED POR AIR CONDITIONIN 
REFRIGERATORS WITH FREEZER TOP 
LOR STYLED KITCHENS WITH EXHAUST PANS 
—INCINERATOR ON ALL FLOORS 
—MASTER TV. ANT. & AUTO. LAUNDRY IN EACH BLDG. 


1 BEDROOM APT. . $77.50 
2 BEDROOM APT. $102.00 


RENT INCLUDES GAS, HEAT AND HOT WATER 


OFFICE. 5130 4th ST WE RA. 6 PM. 


RENTA 
OPEN AILY | TO 6 PM; SUN. i. AM _to 


1311 RHODE ISLAND AVE. N.E. 
GARDEN APARTMENTS 
AVAILABLE 
20 Minutes to Downtown 
Direct Single Fare Route 
1 BEDROOM FROM $67.50 
2 BEDROOMS FROM $82.50 
Newly decorated, cross ventilation; ample closets, laundry 


storage facilities and parquet floors. Play areas, near 
school, churches, shopping center and theater. 


Open Monday thru Friday ‘til 8; Saturday, 9-6; Sunday, 10-5 


DE. 2-3202 


Fairview University 


Langley Park, Maryland 


12. Bedrm. Apt., $96.50 


| ¢el 


NEW—DIFFERENT—DELIGHTFUL 
CONTEMPORARY | 


One and two bedroom apartments with every 

convenience—picture windows—spacious surround- 
inne——private entrances or balconies——individual 
heating—designed for those who really appreciate 
the best in suburban living. 


_SIX UNITS NOW BUILDING FOR 
JUNE AND JULY OCCUPANCY 


Near Langley Shopping Center and transporta- 
tion. Close to University of Maryland, convenient to 
Fort Meade. 


RENTALS FROM $74.50 TO $87.50 
Hot Water Included 


COMPLETE AIR CONDITIONING OPTIONAL 


Hours From 11 to 5 Daily, Noon to 5 Sunday 
Sample Apartment 


7950 18th AVE., APARTMENT 108 
LBLK. WEST, 2 BLES. NORTH OF UNIV. LANE, RIGGS ROAD. 


HE. 4-2073 
CARL M. FREEMAN MANAGEMENT 


BE BUDGET WISE 
COMPARE 
SEE 


GREGORY ESTATES 


APARTMENTS COMPLETELY REDECORATED 


1 BEDROOM, LIVING ROOM, DINETTE, 
KITCHEN AND BATH 


$65.00 UP 


2 BEDROOMS, LIVING ROOM, 
KITCHEN AND BATH 


$75.00 UP 


ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 


1 Block to Public School 
Bus Transportation at Your Door 
Areas 


Laundry Facilities 
Off-Street Parking 


mark S Sith TPR SRE SE PETA 
A 


T-BEDROOM APT. 


' 


11 BEDRM. . $63.25 Up 
|2 BEDRMS. $75.00 Up| 
‘FURN. APTS., $81.50 Up 
~ ern gers tn ae nae Buv-- 
om se 
oe Bus mop. 


Alter office 


Lee. cor, 

peting: te 
“ponent CALL RE. 5-8000 
mm. FOR BROCHURE AND 


FURTHER INFORMATION 


DISTRICT HEIGHTS APTS. 
RENTAL OFFICE 
7812 Bistrict Heights Pkwy. 
Daily 9-9. Sat. 10-3. Sunday 1-6 | 
our ia ; DUPONT CIRCLE AREA 


ppisties. Laree apf bide.: newly deco 1 
call mente ° A) bedem, | iv. rm. kit. dinette. bath 
& 724 isth « nw. NA 6.|~SitD shower, Also effic RE. 7-5299 | 


ot ARLINGTON 
. ieee 
— . 


ie a of SULLIVAN. 


Ps Nours. 


Artcactive Te 


sposal, 
oar ample storage ieee, 


ae affixes location; 
alae, _custenes of 


Aisa | 


mo 
4 * rm... ong: oe 
Bee 


ap 
‘BROTHERS 
__.. ME._8-4322. | 


“FORT TOTTEN MANOR wes Fort 
Totten . ne; new bid 


, oe 
INGTON NO. 


=~ pre. $70 jaa. ts Bie. | rm. os — 
plenty ige. closets; colored ‘fixe res. 

unary. gard. disp. GE 10-f1 . i 
ct 


ae Bet ta | th i200 | oak ot 


609 Queen 
ms.. dinette kit.. 
._ Newly redec 


Cc, and Pentagon 7 
at itt? is" cf Flax | 


auto WASH 
v x 


sobs VA. 4-2764; Sun. 


GEORGETOWN 


ace Apt ldg. at 1611 
t. 205 yacans and! 


Tudor 


. LEO KOL 


i ‘e ite using 


2 BEDROOM APT. 


laundry facilities: 
eins sae & Dus line: 1 


ae Broyhill & : Sons. 


‘BOLLING FIELD AREA 


| Bedroom—$69.50 up 
1 Bedroom (furn.)—$89.50 


INC Pawiy Bar RATED 


= ARATE 


WAYNE. TERRACE “APTS. 
128 WAYNE PL. 


Bolling Field—Navy Yard 


; + ser 2-room, 
3338 O 


qeoee OWN—2d floo 2 

, bs 3 exposures "‘¢79 50. mo 
Als s dio ant porch and 
den: Call - 1-6 Ny 


i Yare ¢ room ana | 
path with 4a HU, 3-254. 


v 


—| 
fireplace. Modern "Felcssteted: | 


OL, 4-74680 
GLOVER PARK 


2621 39th ST. APT. 4 
2 ki scr. porch: 


as eat : #62 30 ey in ant. 
, [ hw ony. B. F iy UL CO., 
gm2i| GOOD HOPE HILLS ~ 


aoe LB Ae 


1 BEDE & ORSHE g7t to 283 3 


VIC. —56 
1-bedr 

RA. 
comb ‘st Ter: aDt.. 


* j D, pes v. rm... 
rm kit.. pvt. bath. 2d fi. UN. 


apartment in restored 3- 3- unit Capi. 
ol Hill dwelling. Laces living room 
fireplace tehenetts and 
rivate aeenae 20 4th 8st. 


OL HILL—Z-room apartment. 
Kitchenette and bath, bros h 
private entrance: 
apa ent h 

Ww. 
t WN 


bath; 
8 


+o lke atmosphere. | 


bine 
yeas os. Re scaped lawns. sub-| 


exposures and cross ven tiien 
to every apartment. unusua ally | 
in summer, large rear porches. | 


from Capitol. 
tenant. 20 4th St. - 
CATHOLIC U. VIC. 
112 Webster st =. Garden 

liv kit “dinette. 


n etter and bu 
J includes all Utilities 


excent ¢ tricity. 


0 
Key with janitor at Navior 


mo 
DAVIS. 1629 K st 


tA. 8-03 
COLLEGE PARK 
| 1. Bedrm. “Kot, *$69. 50 up 


seep 208 SM OTT" 


utile, 
av area 


bedrm 
incl. 
r 
Also | 
nn 
is. Be "hee 


ave. ext, to Wensinaten, eb 
ond fire house HOWA 
sep. din. area. 3 

bliks. to sho ppine and VU 
transp.. laundry a4 s storage, redecorated 1- 
facil. Call any time. A 8405 able; $73.50. 


Newly decor... 


SVILLE 
' avall-! 


bedroom apt.: 
AP. 7 o4ie 


1 Bedroom .. $71.80 
2 Bedrooms . $82.00 


‘ear tae a 
siasase ‘set ae 


ves 


eins, 


StL 


ADULT 


FOGGY BOTTOM oe BLDG.—2 laree, bedrms.. 
| lous liv. 


FR rammy BLDG_—Vacant 


ADUL T BLDG. —= 34 fl., A. “ain? above 
n 


|- 
| 3 
| miu 


=2100 | 
Gponanrown 1224 34th st. nw 
7 util inel. | 

aa § $100- 


| SPF. 8400 Piney Branch Rd. | 


&:| Dupont Park “Apts. 


amily and 6-family TAKOMA PK.. 


TA \KOMA. PARK 


k 
’ conveni-| Uageuslie Teo 
an 


Ave 

Rd 

LUdlow 1-3300 
June ist 


Each | CATHEDRAL AVE. NW.—Attr. 


A 
-) shire, 
kit 
f 


| tranesp 
id 


UNIVERSITY CITY APARTMENTS | 


116 
bath: "$65 . chil 


Cony. 


HAR 
4402 1ST PL.NE. 
$71.50, INCL: UTILITIES 


SCAFRITZ. MANAGEMEN 


Wheeler Terrace, Inc. 
1217 VALLEY AVE. S.E. 


premises or 


TA. 9-8618 


i rm. 


ing. og IRVING S&T. 


a at 


Nea or se 
c Sete. 
posal; phe 
ree lus 

. ~_ 

, 4-8809; Su and eves. 
HE 4 S582. Sus. ST. SE. 625-—Apt. 4: 

Te and 5 A 


R SPRING-—-BRADPORD 
OUTH S&T. oa 


wasy access to shopping c 


buse 


ing. 3-way exposur 


BLDG.—1 bedrm.. 
kitchen, baesebo 

. beautiful terrace. | 

rm. huge peewee | 

ree washer and drvye 


utils. v 
bright: <= 
ard, *. C 

sourt ong 


on.: 
$79. 50 incl. 
A. ae 


15—Nr 

FP. 3-rm. apt.: 
iy ies-: wil she transp. 
“ath. 


ow, 
~ of 4p 

lee rm. prt. “werkine 

in well- k 

vision for 

0 é 


din floor, spa- 


rm 


size rm 


ist floor, 

2 bedrms.. ~ - ette. space in| 
kit. for breakfast set. use own’ 
washer and dryer or coin-operajed a , co 
University 1 bedrm.. liv, rm.. bat 
an 7 1 

you! 2i-ft. li rm ep. 

space in kit for breakin set: 

own Washer; 2 twin-size Soleus. 


“use “gut. ne Beautiful ‘duplex ige. 4° 
rm. Re. o> 


dine kit. 
| and » tae 
| Adults, ‘758. Call | Mr. 


For further teformation or appt Gordon 
5-0413. re) 
6TH a K 


to see, call mgr. JU. 


Dir: Out Piney Branch to Old 
Bladensburg. jeft 1 block left 


“foo a ns ENVILEE. to, mer. a aed 
; “SILVER 2 SPRING’S 
SLIGO PARK 
APARTMENTS, INC 
2- 3- BEDROOM UNITS | 


M.—$§72.60, incl. utils. 
anor, 7100 biock N. H 


_apartm 
ie ecor 
5a rp! more - dinette writ. bath. 


aie age ER RACE | | 


Pine elevator bids. — 
ideal loca ion lat 


landse aped 

cool rooms with balconies 
board service—res. ue = 
t Center. Da 
SHANN ON &| 


| -# 


oe 


Cc 
LUCHS. “724 i4th st. nw. 


by 


Extra large. $79.50, 
ts.. in 
area 


BEDROOM— 
utils. Piney Branch A 
autiful Silver Spring par 


3 seencoss Duplex: large apt.. 
plus utils; within ‘| 
blocks a main Silver Spring ean cet 


| 
inc! 


5 “* Tm. os 
$65, ytils. inclu... CO. 58-2331, OK. 


—_ s., iv. 

m.. din. . bath. orp efined 

Silver Spring rsons. A 

Office Open Sun.. 1:30-3:30 =_ rms., t. 
JU. 5.7000 


| ; 

bath, Areplace, NO. 1-786 

/ 1907 Good Hope Rd. SE 
MODERN Td 


Bus stop IN “PROwt ot 
FEATURIN 


apt or 871 ig chester pr 

den At. No. 2 Man i JG 
st of diiso Pkwy. Eves j 
NLKER & DUNLOP, INC. 


—S 


Bright 

ge 

ily-size rae 
Family Letnary ilities. 
—— : 

Phlities ine included in rent. 
~ Dining: area. 


SE.’S BEST LOCATION 


eae? 3 10. MIN. TO A aes 
EWLY DECOR 


Corner RIDGE RD and D. ST. SE. 
nen. es wit liv » Gan, 
nad bath “Available for 


Tots BOR 


M—$71. 50 
__ 3001 15th_ St. N.W. 


DUPLEX APTS. 
T 


A 
ATLANTIC GARDENS 
2 and 3 Bedrooms 


| —Compiatety redecore ated 

—New 10-cu.-ft. freezer-top refer 
—Generous “cabinet space. 
—Hardwood floor 

—Locker ~~ space. 

am > te Ay 

ae to ‘ae ping and schoo 
—A- . ‘express ~+f stops in same b1 


$102.50 
Including Utilities 


South Capitel, 
} Atl 


H 
11 i8th Bt 
Newly dec. “jn 


“MD.— 
“unit bidg.. utils. inc! 


Ww 
air-c 
apts 

“close 

Arkin 


. AVS 
3-bedrm 
one a 50- wy 

hi een 

U, 580 
\irview | 
$79.50 
S-1798 i 
cmt. | a 
rms. and i bat h. “ | 


4 i-bedrm 
oT Bas bidg.: 
Free 


Pron 


rm - riment 
6-uni Bids. 


3 


—]- 
tll. incl. 


t.. bath: ut 
7 


rm 


tts 
os 
blocks, care 


~ oe street 
l. Liv. rm. bedrm., kit.. b antic 
orch. $60 utils. inclu.. W 

T 

Apt 
bath 
Yewly redecorated Conv. to) 
To pagpect, see janitor in 
TA. 9- 6592 YD 
1629 K st. nw. | 


or phone JO. 1-3899. 


H. L. Rust Co. 
NA. 8-8100 


urn 


smt. or call 
DAVI8 CO 


bath, $65 all ui 7 - 
‘| terrace 

Tas: ¢ Bee” ; | garden ty 

month including utilities. Cenvea- 

h hes. cafline and the- 

wal clo ter. Available June ist. rea 

location. NO ae 21 nt manager at 5928 9th St. N.W 


ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 
STORES AND SHOPPING CENTER 


IN IMMEDIATE VICINITY 
Near Schools and Churches 
Convenient to University of Maryland 
CHILDREN WELCOME 

INUTES TO CAMP MEADE BY CAR 


mple apt.: 2213 University Lane 
HE. 4-7070 
OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 


P 
an 


THE GEORGETOWN 
In All Its Traditional Charm 
2512 QUE ST. N.W. 
Overlooking Rock Creek Park 
PREVUE SHOWING 
NEW AND MODERN 
COMPLETELY AIR-CONDITIONED 


‘Playgrounds 
| Laundry facilities 


air- 
“fs 


3911 Old Dominion Bivd.| 


» inci eve. | 
co.., ois New 


ops meee ai on oe: Br | 


“x ‘TYLER "GARDENS, 


i -rm. deluxe ap 
convenient to shopping and transp. 


bath 
¥K STS. NE.—¥or colored 
rooms —f bath. priv.. enteratenes 
34 
=| 


ores | 


00 | 
ot 


A ene SH OPPIN¢ 


; DG. | —WE LOVE CHILDREN 


GE Freezer 0 -top > refrigerator. | 


Mr 
a No. 209, 219° H st. nw 


| 


| Community of apartment homes 


—on 
OOF Oe eer ego ex | 2-Bedrm. Apt. (3d fl.) —$99 


For the outdoor lover 
who has to live close in 
THESE GARDEN-TYPE APARTMENTS OFFER 


Outdoor fireplaces 

In addition to well- 
proportioned rooms with 
generous-sized closets 


1 AND 2 BEDRM. APTS 


Convenient to Transportation, Shopping, Excellent Schools 


$81.50 up 
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 


LARCHMONT GARDENS 
Resident Manager, JA. 7-0300 
1012 S. Frederick St., Arlington 


icnic areas 


EFFICIENCY $89.50, UP 
$129.50 Up| 
2-BEDROOM APT. $195.00 Ue 


15-MINUTE WALK Op Aa tbe. Gay ae am KITCHEN 
MODERN AUTOMATIC ELEV.—LAUNDRY AND STORAGE FACILITIES | 
ALL MODERN APPOINTMENTS—RENTAL INCLUDES UTILITIES 


IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 
OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 
NOON TO 6 P.M. 


Daily 4 To 8 P.M. 


LUXURY 


AT MODEST RENTALS 


IN GLOVER PARK 


2325 42nd ST. N.W. 


Attractive lobby, carpeted 
hallways, laundry facili- 


Apartment with private terraces 
overlooking Glover Park, sun 


Living Is Easier and Less Expensive 
at the 


NEW 


AIR CONDITIONED 
OAKTON APARTMENTS 


NOW RENTING 
1 Bedroom Apartments 
2 Bedroom Apartments 
3 Bedroom Apartments 
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED IN RENT 
MODEL APARTMENT OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY 
RES MANAGER Ont 4-4303 
New Hampshire svenue ¢xtended 1 mile past 


Park a + a center to Fox street. right on Fox streets 
to rental office on ieft. . 


Pinsley ley 


block 


Inc. 
ME, 8-6055 


Magazine Realty Co., 


WOODWARD BUILDING 


ties, storage lockers, in- 
cinerator, parking facili- 
ties, built-in ovens, walk- 
in closets. 


terrace on roof, community rec- 
reation room, television out- 
lets (master antenna), air-con- 
ditioning facilities, table-top 
stoves, tile bathrooms with. 
vanitories. 


EVERY APARTMENT FEATURES 
SEPARATE DINING AREA 


Efficiencies, 1 and 2 Bedrooms 


Schools, Shopping and Transportation 
Immediately Available to Property 


CALL EM. 3-1780 


RENTAL OFFICE AT 4114 DAVIS PL. N.W. 
Open for Inspection 


DIRECT IONS: Out Wisconsin ave. to Calvert st., 
left to 41st, right to Davis,and 


left to property. 


ee 


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 LANSBURGH'S 
DEPT. STORE. GRADE SCHOOLS AND BUS ON ‘ 
ALL APTS. NEWLY DECORATED. FURNISHED SAMPLE 
POR YOUR INSPECTION. 
OPEN 


Daily 9 AM. to 7 P.M.—Sun. 1 te 7 PM 


PHONE HE. 4-3200 
hs) 


ae 


A 


Ng dinette. bag 


newly nln § . tland st. 

laundry room. | Key 

floor. conven-| 
O° 144 gots. 


‘CLAREMONT 


2733 S. Walter Reed Dr., Ari. 
(Off King St.\—JA. 2-5003 


Best Value 
. At.. dinette, bath “tas heat i t 
‘SF a: Apt 4-2 rms... kit., 2- 7 7 v4. 


dinette. bath. acreened rear porch ‘ " a 
Key at 3015 G st. se, apt. 2. 657.50 | Weekdays 9-8. Sat. 9-5, Sun. 11-5 


C. H. PARKER CO. 
/' as 
APARTMENTS 


oe age pay VA. 
pts. in & modern apt 

“te ‘ariongia Shopvins 
Center 10 mins. 2 Péntagon and 
‘eit j inion blvd 0 m0, | 

nhion v or ca 
h °G. Rit eminic . Bll 15th st. | 
he.. ST. 3-3300. _ 
LLON ST &E. 


Buckingham 
313 N. Glebe Rd., Arlington 
JA, 2-5004 


Available 
"| 1-br. apts., $75 up 


11-5 


t sg lis Church 2. 
large kitchens—ample closets } 
front and rear entrancés i 
walk to schools 
ated—3 


redec colo 
acils oananaie drving 
ined—idea! children 


| Weekdays 9-8. Sat. 9-5, Sun. 
| 738 Lonoteliow St NW 

| Mew, Modern fh “coNbrr Butid 
Pd nas _, Al “ON swe ) 
Des! living bed- 
yt -~ and bath; . es per 
also, 2 om. at 
per my ities. 
213. 


2 Bedrms.—$89 
3 Bedrms. —$105 


UR ODEL APT 
D APTS AVAILABLE 
399 West a St... Lgepture ¢ Pike 
810 


JE. 2-17 
Daily. Sat 8:30 «a ~ 
Sa 


room, 
mo 

$98 SO 
To inst 


H. | RUST COMPANY 
WIDRICH COURT _ 1001 15th St. NW. _—sNA, 86-8100. 


Lge. Roome, Huge Closet MON ROE 

rquet Floors—Play Ar 

avd SE. ‘peavey | NELSON 
W _EASTOVER 

oe CentER ALEXANDRIA’S 

vy LARGEST 


0. 
to ™ 


Sun. 
8:3 


$89.50 


NA. 8-5740 


PARK ELLISON 
bok AY Bae el” aren 
Mies is Megat Rex Mer Bint D, 4.3636 


GELMAN 


or enamone: — |5207 Arkansas s Ave. N NW. 


Apt. 2. Livine r , Sn 
oe bath and. screpued- 
rch $72.50 incl. h h. i 


Oa Rte DI. 7-9080 
10 MINUTES 
FROM THE CAPITOL 


SEE MODERN SUBURBAN 


aie a elly a 
Hirata” a 


te 


hha 
| Pr ; 


10 Winthrop st 
Capito] st.) 
a.m.-6 | Sat. 
‘3 7-81 


uit $208 


' 


IN 
ROCK CREEK 
| PARK 


THE DOREEN 


| §930 14TH ST. NW. 


Larese apartments with leeds of 
closets: convenient to everything, 


2 BEDROOMS—$117.50 
SEE RESIDENT MANAGER 


PT 
ALDON MANAGEMENT CORP, 
Eves.. TA. 9-7080_ 


OXON PARK 


| OXON TERRACE, MD. 


ONE BED M $66.25 
Includes utinities ane 


UTILS. INCL 
4628 LIVINGSTON RD. &E e 
2. -45 p11 JO _ 3+4634} 3 BEDROOM APT. 
all utilities fn- 
churches, 
‘ wondertal| 
location. Also i effici ency $70 mo 


Jo. 


Only $1 39 per mo.. 

At Donna Lee | 
There's Everything! | 
—LGE. 2 BEDROOM. 3 
—BUS, SCHOOLS, SHOPPING. 


Sout € on No. 1 highw 
, turn rignt t 0 
th and left to 
F. rasaaas 1EMENT 
KI. 8- 3550. 
RO Ne CREEK CHURCH RD. 


HAWAII! AVE. NE. 
attrac, ay at $73.50; avail 
-CAFRITZ— Di. 7-9080 


~ 2115 R STREET SE. 


Large living room. 
. q 


“WR 
| 

| «CLOSETS GALORE. 

—EVERY CONVENIENCE. 

—PETS WELCOME 

—FURNISHED—UNFURNISHED. 

—IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. 


CALL ach THOMPSON 
Or a 3-123) 
PME?! 


| AGER TERRACE | 


|AGER RD. AND OGLETHORPE st | 
WEST HYATTSVILLE. MD 


LOWEST RENT IN AREA 


1-BEDROOM—$69.50 
2 BEDRMS.—$8! 


ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 


Cupestte school, bus at door RES. | 
OR.. le rpe xt dus 


Rd. HA. 3-7811 


eee — 


NEWLY DECORATED —1 
and b.: $36.50 See 


| 30s "egr JANITOR On RA. 3-2608 


SHIPLEY PARK 


DESIRABLE SE. LOCATION 


1-Bedrm., from $68.50 
| 2-Bedrms., from $80.00 


(UTILITIES INCLUDED) 


cl ~ 


tH 7h e 


7 q 3 


LAST WORD | 


IN MODERN LIVIN 
AIR COND. AUTO. we? 


Best ioc atic embassy 
sere dian Park. ‘new bidg.: 
7 : , 


ROL 


rm... 


EUCLID. STN HU. 3-3402. | 
Fi atone Circle Apts. | 
2430 PA. AVE. NW, 


AIR-CONDITIONED 


Efficiency apts 

Rental inc! 
Individually 
Convenient to shopping and trans. | 


MRS. WISE, MANAGER 


CHESAPEAKE 
GARDENS 


Pr CONN. AVE. 
THE DUPONT 


ay tne -- St hy 
emodeled 
bid¢.. 84 so) Avalt +A ] 


CAERITZ. DI 7-8080° 
LEE GARDENS 


$76. 50-$86 50 


ides all utilities 


AVAILABLE IMMEDIATEI Ss 


Daily Hours: 9 “ti! 7:30 | 


Saturday: 9 ‘til 5:00 | 1ST AND CHESAPEAKE STS. SE. 
Sunday: 1 "til 5:00 | WIRED FOR AIR COND, | 
Apply Office, 70) N. Wayne St. | LARGE 2-BEDRM. COR APTS. | 
Arlington, Va. | 1 block from express bus, shop- 

Rental Mor., JA. 5-6546 walt he. ae ae = ge 
Office, JA. 5-6986 


nette. fully equipped kit 
| for wy and chairs; 


ROOM APT 
. room. dinette. 
screened porch 


pa hiee WASHING Pee, or 


| om each floor: storage facilities, | 
| master TV antenns. | 
$92.50-897 P23 
from express bus 
SEE MRS. ADDIS Art. 104 
31 Chesapeake St 
GOLDMAN REALTY, to SS sise 


} c 
transportation and shopping $38 
per mon al 

G. SMITHY co 
811 15th STREET NW ST 3. 3300' 


PRIVATE HOUSES 


OR 
DUPLEX APARTMENTS 


First Floor: Large Living Room, Dining Room & Kitchen. 
Second Floor: 2 or 3 Bedrooms and Bath. 
Each House Has Front and Back Yards, Lawn Care, Gar- 


bage and Trash Removal, Gas, Water, 
Facilities and Repairs Provided Free. 


SCHOOLS AND SHOPPING CENTER ON SITE 
2 Bedrooms, $93—3 Bedrooms, from $109.50 


ALSO FEW FURNISHED APTS. 


JEFFERSON VILLAGE 


1734 ARL. BLVD., FALLS CHURCH, VA. 
JE. 2-5500 Daily, 9 to 5; Sat., 9 to 1; Sun., 12 to 4 


Heat, Laundry 


and dntr 
| Office, 
} 
dining ares, | 
bath 


.| elev 
te occupancy, S08 | 


Large rooms pastel decor. picture| ; 


7 a ; 
| a f 
| K- itn ¢) 
See TO 


controlled air cond. | 


ne if 
2607 “southern ave 
r 7 weekdays: Sat. 
LO 


Koost®  uprTooMERy. ING, 
uxe p . 


Kola De 
GELMARC 


TOWERS 


1930 COLUMBIA RD. NW. 
1 bedroom, i ine a. + a $130 


attrac — - uxe 
bide - a That serve 


CAFRIFZ “BL. “7.9080. 
TRENTON TERRACE 
BEST BUY IN TOWN 
1 & 2 Bdrms., $72.70 to $81.80 


ALL UTI ITIES INCLUDED 
Large attractive om 


r oni 2-061 
ty AN 2 BebAcoMs FURNISHED 


BEST VALUE IN SE. 
HARTFORD TERRACE 


> ote. 


30TH AND HARTFOR 
OFFERS THE BES in 
ee | es j 


osets. incinerat 

IN LOCATION: bus at core 
ne gh Se A wreck. ele- 
mentary school 2 bio 


$89. 50-$95 PER MO. 


CLUDES ALL UTIL 
FREE WASHING FACIL 


SEE MRS. MASI 
2829 Cafncsvilie St. SE. 
CAL LU. 14837 
SHOWN DAILY AND EVES. 


. BEDROOM—SE. 
$68.25 Includes All Utils. 


At ponetive corner apt 
b Nich Pay 
lea. ebhornood. 
meneacger, Apt. 


_1019 15th St. NV 


APT. HUNTING 
selections al] 


ee 8-0560__ 
made ea vi Ex 
ade easy! Exel. 


Gracious Living! 


IN AN ATMOSPHERE 
FOUND ONLY AT 


The Woodner 


EFFICIENCIES 
1-AND 2-BEDRM, APTS, 


Air-Conditioned 
NOW AVAILABLE 


meer ay abies. 


can you enjoy such & par 

for your own fron 

ox fast elevators, 

valet service, ; 

tarial series master 

antenna 

Garage exit onto the park- 
¢ may drive 
city bY way 

of the park within min- 

tes 


To Live at “The Woodner” 
Is to Enjoy Life 


RENTAL OFFICE OP 
5, AM 0:9 PM, DAILY 
Sat. and Bun. 9 A. M. to & M, 


The Woodner 


3636 16TH ST. NW. 


| HU. 3-$600. AD. 4-557, HU. 3-4409 


Glen Manor Gardens 
3 BEDROOMS—1'% BATHS 
$133.50 MONTH 


INOLUDES HEAT. HOT WATER AND GAS 


MOVE IN AT ONCE 
Completely Air-Conditioned 


liv.-din 
. break- 
th 


well ar- 
hes sliding 
th. 


laundry factistios. prin vate PIRST FLOOR: le 
quiet area with beautiful’ rit 
fast bar. disposal be 
BECON ig aS 
ranged ooms. 
door a and ba 


pa Mo! nog 

playgrounds. 
schoo shopping Beawy, 
ficient jenitor service 


See Mrs. Guy, 2512 Holman Ave. 


-Phone JU. 8-1297 


GEORGIA AVE. PAST SILVER SPRING TO FOREST GLEN RD.. LEFT 
ON FOREST GLEN TO HALE PL.. RIGHT 1 BLOCK TO GLEN MANOR. 


us. 
ef- 


BEAUTIFUL 


| JUST 8 MIN. VIA SHIRLEY HWY. 


| Sail X 


a —_— 


$66. OO 


aa aaa 
2-B 00 $75.50 
Includes heat. water ind gas 


He ee 
ie FchBeth ath ehh 


Also Purnished Apt. Pian 


res OE BT, oat pe A. 


Meurilee Apts. 
53rd and DEFENSE HIWAY 
NEWLY-DECORATED 
} Bedroom—from $72.00 


2 Bedroome—from $89.50 
UTILITIES INCLUDED 
a. CR 45 


WA. ep 


ROCK CREEK GARDENS 


In Montgomery County, Md., on the District Line 
and Near Rock Creek Park 
SHOPPING 


TRANSPORTATION 
Complete shopping ' 


ts) 
tal center in the develop- 
Also ment, minutes away 
from major fs mopping 
areas: churches o 
denominations nearby. 


$87.50 
107.50 


SCHOOLS 


New modern elemen- 
the 


fast local bus service. 


1-BEDROOM APTS. .. 
SBEUROOM APTS, 2 66-06 ove 
’ RENTS INCLUDE ALL UTILITIES 
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED APTS. 


s are large with ample closet space; playground for 
wide lawn areas for safe play. 


Room 
ehildren, 


CALL JU. 5-4030 
Rental Office on Premises 
AT 8327 GRUBB RD., SILVER SPRING. MD. 
mit SATURDAYS, WEEKDAYS, 9 ‘TIL 5 © 


Direc : Qut 16th st. to Bast-West hwy... - athe Grubb 
gry phy. F.- or out Conn. ave, right to Wes: 
bwy. to Grubb rd., right to office. 


MANAGING AGENTS 


Eig & McKeever 


|IPARKHILL APTS. 


es PARK a. NW 
0 Y cae *M... PEW LE 
$96 
bie iit if Pan 


ick. 
One Month Free Rent 


ny cor bee 
¥, "elie tine: newly 
3-368 


yard. on 


~ CHALFONTE. 
cctieh ra se tiour hee 


beautifully decora ¥ 


We ie Not New, But 
Charming and Dignified 


EFFICIENCY 
1-BEDROOM .. .$90 UP 


me soe 


— 


ontin on wie aes, 


fd 


i rt - 
Ma pon } 
Sai a UNFURNISHED 36 


2-BEDROOM 
HOMES 
$68-$73.50 


t Incl. 
NO 
Beautiful Hillcrest ne we 


Out Pa. a Dy anch 
aM on ag ane ch le- 


AG Co 

brook moran, ht to ra 
esc LCRES ti. 2 i 

verson e 8-5140 


J0 
BEDRMS.. LIVIN RM 
Dining are a. kit. bath. ” dale $85. 
incl. utils Apply Supt 
uthern nr. Wheeler rd.) 
HINOTON ON REALTY. RA. 3-8300 


3222 8th ST. SE. 
Attractive apt. available in this 
popular project ad). playgrounds, 
schoeis, shopping and transporta- 
tion. 86 


5 p ly Janit 221 8th st a 
y anitor ° ° 


24th St. NW. NA. 8-2345. 
2005 N. FAIRFAX DR. 
4 from a Courthouse 


tne! ucing 
inquire Apt 
7 H. G ap riey 


7 colt go ae T- 


“UPLAND 


A CAFRITZ DEVELOPMENT 
In the Sep inate Pare 


MIN. TO DOW 
3 Blocks Prom Nava! 
§ Min. From Bollin 


: pe 
To inspect 


rfesearch, Lab 


3% Large Rms., $72.50 
4 Large Rms., $84.50 


ALL, UTILS. AND TV ANT. INCL. 


57 hae oak 


:. sv. 
tol at. JO 


a's off 8. Capitol § 
SILVER HILL APTS. 
1 BEDRM. APT., $77.50 


INCLUDING UTILITIES 
foes. Hving F room. dinette. Youngs. 


kitchen. tiled bath. stove and 
rigerator. 


“aa? SILVER Hn. | RD. 
SUITLAND. 
™ 10. 8- 4469 


BELLEVUE 
GARDENS 


1-PARE ZONE 
4688 NICHOLS AVE. SW. 


} Bedrm., Unfurn.... 


1 Bedrm., Furn.. 
(INCLUDING UTILITIES 
2 Bedrms., Unfurn. 
, (PLUS UTILITIES) 
Completely modern: 


acious iawn. laygroun l 
amond for children and adults. 


PHONE JO. 1-2700 
Open Daily, 9 to 6 P. M. 
Sunday, |! to 6 P. M. 


“LONG BRANCH 
APARTMENTS 


@721 Piney Branch Rd.. Sil Sp.. Md 


ew! 
Eas uote, A Decat 


$76. 50 | 


large sets; 


bps 


i 
| 
| 
| 


Private Bus Service to Capital | 
Transit & Silver Spring Shopping 


1829 16TH ST., APT. 6 
NEWLY DECORATED 
heat refrigerator kitchen. be 
Gi hare Se 
_F. ' co. 
Spot. hath ane bo, bask “eR 
aoa wk Bee 


n i Sal uihding, Ne _ chiier 


=. 


i A ORO 
rane 


a a" 2 ~' ae. 


ia"% right i ti awn ote to 


rent cB abetycee 
on floor or 


vans; 24-hr. serv. 
oh | Pad. vane: 24-hr. sere Wier 


& 
NATURE 


HAVE COMBIN 


Arlin ton 
gracious. 


yan Me 
Had r com 


Papo ny 4415 Ae we 8 N 3391, 
owe rs 


best in beansital, 
vag © ith all 
city life at 

9 : ie a 
Ub SERVICE 


Air * child play 
~ bulletin book 
a 


1834 etal e 


% 50 
INCLUDES ALL UTILITIES 


Newly decorated. 3 rms. & 
conv. se. loc Office only 3 ke 
from apts Busade ) Regity Co. 4411 


HUNT MANOR 


livin rm.., 


nee 


: taria 

tors. laundry 
landscape. 

enthouse and offices available. 


P SEon wet tus sm 8102.50 


OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
9 TO 9 


POR PULL PRP ORATION CALL 
JA. 5-5500 


ROSEMARY |: 


Apartments 
OFFERS 
Suburban Living 
At Its Finest 
]-, 2-, 3-BEDRM. APTS. 
| LIMITED NO. AVAIL. | 


PURNISH . ALBO AVATL. M Ave. Realt NA. &- 
Make Your Sslection leder’ C.. ae OT Bolentie Ra RW ee 


oe At Home ai 


n Our iter will sho 
SWIMMING AND — “8s ba 
WADING POOLS) goss, 


Opens May 19th 1% pet 
| 


20-ft 
od 


mo agply janitor, Apt. 
Hunt p 

FUSS BROS. 
_1019 15th Sth St. N.W. NA. 38-0580 


2006 6 tH "er NW. 


AND ‘ 

; » kit. 850 | 

mo. ‘plus utilities. Key avail-/ 
able at H ? Smithy Co.. 811 15th 


APARTMENT VALUES 
a AVE. 
rm. kit.. 

pate $89.5 
133 ire 8 

| @n, bath, 84 

835 tor. ST. ne Botta. 
rm.. kit $49 50 


R.A, “HUMPHRIES & SON 


rw 
share. 


kit 


living 


fen. AD. 8-6 sT Nw 
vitchen and bath, $60. Jan- 


‘ 
bik pine ie rd. H 


81 
dati, ee $ inp o. 


‘RA. 
er) 
r 


kit. 
ck 
wort 7 


All Avail. to Our Residents Only 
IDEAL FOR CHILDREN 


Numerous play areas, basket- 
ball courts, indoor playrooms, 
Tae on barbecue pits. 


Mid JU. i 


x VE. NW.—5 rms. bath. 
back porch. $69.50 


"¢ H. PARKER CO. 


NA. 8-2326 


| cont bs redec., no me or pete. a) 


$65 | 
4400 | 


and) 
. NW.—1 rm., kiteh-| 


Apt. 4, 
: heat furn. | 6 


ECIAL $4950 8A 
rms... Dath. 


P. 
va. nw NO: 77-0104. 
—mi Gay service: 


| 0s 
| met i A. 8- 


:| HOUSES FURNISHED 40) 


mo. 
205 Andover | dr.. CR. 3-1007 
FALLS CHURCH gory nice , bed. 


on 24d fl. Vac. $125. 
FALLS CH.—Exclusive 
Hwy. 2-bedrm. brick. 
rm.. re window 
ait , beaut. 


sec... 
Lee. 
firepl.. 

trees. 


nr. 
, + 
se. 


‘FALLS CHURCH—3-bedrm. house: 
bemt.. eaul kitchen with 


Pictu 
nice lawns, 


— VA.—Completely furn., spa- 

cious 3-bedrm new split- level | 
brick house with patio. Ali-electric 
kitchen. washer. dryer. garage. 2 
baths, den. Convenient to schools. 
Ideal for Pentagon or Ft. Belvoir.) 
Avail. immed. for yr. Call Kl. 
_9-2940 for appointment. 


— eight ms 


tha, nice 
scheols.. shopping. $160 mo. 


it tsa 5-rm.. conv. Pen nt 
gon, stores, bus. schools; tall oa 

| with fireplace, patio. $325 mo JA. 
5-0148 or JE. 4-6 

| 2 
Off Shirley “hwy 
—- s.. fenced 

on, 


u 
| to Oct. 15. Charming house 
beautiful garden: 2. 
baths. iaree liv with 
eines LI. 6-4500. ROXANA DORAN 
June 
9 through Sept Cool. spacious. | 
bedrooms. large shady yard, com- 
equipment. patio. Chil- 
pets welcome. $200 


URCH 3-bedrm.. 2-5 ath | 
home; tastefully foam 
une 2% mos 


rms 
baths. to. washer. yard; 


et June 15th | 
with 


A mod. 


| bDrick; a 
Available 


EBORGETOW 
| 3-bedroom, 2%e-bath home with 
large earden at 3323 Que st. for 
et m J. LEO KOLB CO.. AD. 


— eas 

arton Oaks; library, gard 
4 baths. Comply turn: 
‘June a en 10 


WN — 2-bedrooms, liv 
Modern. Nice 


Dum ba 
Six bedrms 
. weil. 


° 
FORG T 
with fireplace. 


irs, ” 
2 Risractive a: ae urnitu e, 
(‘Sher le a 4 June > 


midet. house, 
lovely wareeni 


AD. 2-0334 


COLORED 
POMEROY RD. SE. 


bedroom. living room. kitchen, | 
dinette and porch apartment 


$5750 PLUS WTILITIES 
See Janitor 2618. Apt. 4 


YOUNG & CO., INC. 


ORME ba SEITE 
THE VERONA 


560! 
(CORNER LONG 


13th ~. NW. 


2 bedrms.. Py rm.. 
an 


bath: 


r. all conveniences; also 1 
apt P t bath and entr. Call JO 
&- $535 


5. 2 -—— 
on Glebe rd. 2) 
ard z minutes to | 


fire. 


5800 | 


ie | 

shwash lan ponees yar 
er, 4- 
- 


ape Cod: 
» ee. lot, avail. immed, 2) 
= Vaca ant 


room 


dining room. 
$110 =e. 


separate 
level _ jot. 


-bedroo 
furnished. Fireplace in livin 
Cc MRS. BRUCKNER. 


Di, 7-2501, 


-——— 


GEORGETOWN Corner brick 
town house: 2 bedrooms plus 
den. separate dining room. 
arden: $210 mo. CHATEL. 
E. 2-1137 


bath: gas heat, $67 


935 VA. AVE 
baths: coa/] bet eeiee het, 


| C. H. 


tg tn 


F cen 


Cb 


3 be . rm 
ay ea $- #o5S0 or wa, 6442. 
N af. 
rooms, 
yard 


drm.. det. brk.. Sulit. in anaes. 
br mo. RA. ath. 
INO. A —J-bedrm. brk. Colonia 


2 baths. rec. rm.: close to schools 


nth: 
PRESS "REA LTY CORP. 


rm tick Colonial 
y 


garage and scree 
yard for children's safety: 
dryer are included. 2 
wi bus 5 
R -6867 
ARK r Bal- 
timore-Washington :. oon — 
bo Redfield ave. 
rambler; tiv. rm., dinette. kiteben, 
bath and utility room. so 


[erreme pea 


¥ vit. 3008 TAT at “he. | 
25 Po 


i 
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} 
| 
| 
' 
si 


4 I 


a 


urn. 
home: reas. 
to And. Air wera 


wie . Of OF’ about 


apt. 
etc 
0 


storage 
Ww 
70, Post 


yee el 


commuting 
‘bees 


June 15. 


BANQUET 
FACILITIES 


and 
N location wanted. Box 
t-TH. 


office 


44 
VIRGINIA PROPERTIES | 


Wanted to manage. Excellent serv- rj CLU 
Looking | 


dept. 


% BOK, 
t on 


DO 
an 


Cape Cod 
venient location Bauipped. Kitchen. | Saraces SAL OR RENT 45 
—a| 


Chas. R. Hooff, Inc.. has @ 
at, ye yee of 815 


ot. and 


mail. iB 
perme sie call 
wai:\€ 


a orn elevator 
office pelea 
BENJA 


HAS. R. HOOFF. 


is now ay ail 


INC. | 


fe 
trans. 


tn 


4 


Sexi LOUNGE 


and hotel. 11 legal slots. 
ye aver ot 


one one — ye 


eta - 


x _ 


24 
OR Tecstown— 
——— nicely ulp 
person. CO. 
8 tiers store for sale—Excel. 
stock on hand. Contact Mrs. 


Al xandria. $1400 
Nearby Falls 
r 


See today. Call Mr. 


rown with Yeonas Realty. 


HARDWARE STORE 
Business, $75. 


Good| MONEY TO LOAN 


|1707 Duke St. Alex. Ve. TE. 6- 2448 


| ARL.—4 offices; 


A 
nonprofit org.; newly 
: .- ry 


comfortable for 


Washington 


ig jot; will 
reaso 


W. Broad St. 


suite, 
st. nw. 


peted air 
furn.. r 


5-02 ve nist | 

j a oy stor | 
chous living: 4 < 

rm.. maid's rm. large serch. 

e. 3° ts. JE. 4-151). 


RIGGS Leong 


744 KENNEDY &T. 


fer. | 
ga-) 


’ 


NW.—To rent July . nrouse Au- 
gust 26. furnished 6600 32nd 
pl. nw., pleasant, “hee 3 bed- 
rooms, 3 public rooms, baths. 
screened porch. Alr conditioner in | 
bedroom. $330 for entire 8 weeks 


NEW -_ 7 CONDITION 
nenoe 


ne, FROM § 


ES 
ELE- 
RENTS 1010 18th st. NW 


$135. 


$65 uP MANAGER ON PRE 
$86 uP | 


SAMUEL E. BOGLEY, 


INC. 
7000 WISC eo AVE 
Chevy Chase. OL. 4-1270 


4805 4TH ST. NW. 
Apt 


Bedrm.. liv. rm.. din.. 


t Appiteatione and de sits 
now being accepted. WM. J. Dav 


ST. 3-2660) 


period, including utilities 

toll calls) Call during week 
353-6360, ext 7 
weekends EM. 3 


furnished. Poolesv!! le 3103. | 2 


MD.—Avail. June 20) 
-bedrm. rambier ain 
washer. - 


2 ~ 
th. $62 incl. heat and | 
See janitor at 337 Dela. 


CAFRITZ—DI. 7-9980 


DON’T BUY 
—Save your money— 


eee do on of the following for 
As J wd : 


“Mod 
faze 1-| 
aster 
with ‘cae | 
cC., 800 H 


ey 
Laun. fac 
) per mo. Ke 


itor. we J. DAVIS, I 


ARLES ST 
M APA 


¢.; rear porches: 
Kenilworth bus. 


and ; 5 New York 


ave. 


——l nw. — 
redec., 2-bedrm. ‘ante ‘not ov 2 | 
children mens. rent. Also = omalil 

$50 onth. Gee janitor. | 


BL 50 
t. 2. 
535, 2) 


But 7-£303 
ath. gl 8 


7 Que pt 5, 
plus suis 301 oth st. _f-. 
h ater fu 
. te down-| bedroom 
n. -y penteece 
ona Navy Annex on es 


ashington & Lee Apts. 
200 North Wayne St., Arl., Va. 


* CO. 
——~12 st 
prient, abttt ‘Tins. and | 
Cc i. ——47 732 N G 

cony. new 


lete Youngstown 
a new stove 
freezer top re- 


S 
_724 14th. St. NA. 8-2345) 


1658 W. VA. AVE. NE. | 


Apt. 4. living rm., bedrm., dinette, 
. bath and og reened in | 
e 


re 
rear 17 703 Capitol ave. ne. 


CAFRI ITZ—DI. 7-9080 


$57. 00 


Efficiency Apt. 
2 Bedrooms, $99 


Newly Decorated 
Conveniently Located 
Modern Elevator Bidg. 

1833 New Hamp. Ave. 


~ CONN. AVE. APT. 


hen: elevators 
Siestiiolts furnished. 
neies. HO. 2-6574.  _ 


LLOYDS APTS. 
OFF oer HIGHWAY . 
1-Bedroom .from. $73. $0 


2-Bedroom from $87.50 
LUDED 
SEED 


a te Pe 


NOTHING FI 


GREENWAY 


Minn. in. Ave. ne A "A St. SE. 
SINGLE FARE BUS 
Beautifully Decorated 
DE LUXE 
1-BEDRM. APT. FROM 


OFFICE OPEN DAILY 
9 A.M 5 PM 
SUN. NOON TO 5 P. M. 


_3539_A ST. SE. __ LU. 2-5250__ 


Parkview 


5120 SARGENT ROAD 


JUST_OFF EASTERN A 
AT SARGENT RD. NE., D. Fe. 


Completely 

Air-Conditioned 

‘De Luxe Elevator Bldg. 

85% Rented 

30 Days Before Opening 
WASHINGTON'S NEWEST 


UIPPED 
aktistic Re 
“IN HAM- 

ROOF GARDEN. 

2 BEDROOMS, $130 Up 
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 
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 


', l- 
bedrm. apt.. all bide 
$69.50 ae JU. 73-6373. Res.| 

r 
~~ Kenyon st 
50-363.50: 


furn 

COL., R-sy Manor Pil. NW., Apt. 4—| 
Liv. 2 bedrms., dinette. bath. 
$82. $0 Key at ul Manor pi. Apt 


COL. 103 Rhode Island Ave--Util 
| turn. 2 rms., git. DU. 7-4626.  _ 


util. 


j 
| 
i 
NEWLY DECORATED Re 
1325 RIGGS PL NW. i 


Only apt. now left in this enenene! 

living room. kitchenette, bedroom 

and bath. All utilities included in 

rent, $60.75. Key — janitor, 

Apt. 1, 1321 Riggs Pi. . 71-2535. 
AUL 


RM. Ring 
reas 
a %. 22. i343 Pe ie 


or Delafield pl. 
Bm 


L.- 2. 
maavetes bids. 
res. mer. 

- vv. P| 


co 
apt. 2: nr 
bedrms.., liv. 
By earege. 

tove. refrig: preter 
i ins tion ‘til 7 

ERAL a, & 913 New. York | 
ave. tre NA 416 
tei att rd nwo ige.| 
adisining rms. with rch; kitch- 


inc! oe utils 
— n 


925 15th St mh 


« 15T : 
| $62.50; bedr 
"| children welcome. LI { 


LORED | 


1512 Corcoran St. NW 

Swanky efficiency apt.. 
janitor on remises. A-3 

soe oe Se past Ae 5 

2 bedrms., in. rm. 

and rh heat and) 

h. w. inel. pee janitor on premises 

1265 ith 8 


OL D—C 
1455 Cedar st. 


facilities | 
all nv 4-| 
72 


Vv 
sp te laundr 
and off-street ortine. 


re r SHAN 


airmon 


hot water geraispe 
12th E.. 


231 

ecor. B®, apt.. $55 mo. 

in otiine 
R ee REALTY CoO 

L225. No Capital St nO. 2-7200. 
LORED: 1319 Pairmonr st 
apt. consisting of rm. mis 
ag gy vt. bath 

ti Apt. 1. 


Apt 
ey | 


CLOSEST-IN 
NEW APARTMENTS 
. TO BT PING 
Baan 356 Me 
1-BEDRI Heat and Hot W 
LLY Eibct TED 


rete RNs REQUESTED 
B ULEVARD APTS. 
Bites a oe be 


Btonine Ra 


a , 


— wy =o ; i 

bedrm.. liv cit. end bath apt 

in — ant. "batldine. Redec. ee 
ler & Co 


ne, 
living 
2 with 
Ci 
utile heeet. # as AS Janitor on job 


saa Colum a NW. leon ats Tw 
pp ge ee * ne and bat eet 
t 


mo. Apply Jafle. 
SULTIVAN ‘BROT SfHeRs 


4046 Gran st 
rim decorated 1  & 


140 
To Inspect gai 
apts.; 


nie * 


_and d beth aerand new 


h., peepee hot 
850. mo. ya “er e 911 


PARKLAN DS 


CAFRITZ DEVELO 
4 ee tee a 


“BEST BUY IN TOWN” 
SINGLE FARE BUS 
34% ROOMS 


$68 and $70 
42 ROOMS 


'1$81.75 and $84.5 50 


ALL UTILITIES 
mrss see center and 
ole Ste £00 Fi | Fs 


liv. 
“heat, i 


rm. 
ith, Incl. hot 


IMMED, OCCUPANCY 


Attractive : Wing rm. 4 home 


NE section : 
bedrm.. 4 kitchen. tile 

we porch, Rent 
ns 


Si seit : 


peath. to. phone 
-87 3423. 
bidg. has 
bath. Ne 


. or apply office, 


st. nw 
vacancy: 
wily . All 


Cc prontens Downtown Location 
rated. Few Refrigerators 


wire ee Kg B—$56. 50 
wo-2185. OR 

BT 23900 

ae mod te 


a 


ASK A ND 
LOOK AROUND 
COME AROUND 
AND SEE THESE 
P 8 
BUS A 


FROM $59.50 
SURREY HOUSE 


oa Mant oc Cont. 


1720 14TH ST.—SECOND FLOOR 


. $66 He neg eet” ean T ure 


of 
in t get & in store at 
14 st. XW. 


anc 
Benne 


room, diging room. Ki 
mn | ci 


—, | 
nw q 


3—Newly A 
K 


"| ARLIN 


5 room se eat Be i bath, rec. 
= ae o. 22nd st. ses 
h:, ., 


0. JA. 7-$626, __ 
ire: 12th St. 8 —2-bedrm. 


” t. brick: 
Pent. ipearms. bath: 8 Be. new as: 
al r mo. Security 


tm. auto 
> yard. $110 mo 
SILVER SPRG <—Attrac. 


i 


+ gt By 1. 
125 mo., res n¢ 


rental. 3 bedr 

TV and Bendix dryer: 

Lee. lot, play eayip ‘for children. 
quiet res. area une i13- aus. 24. 


300. utils. incl 

it “tae Hills 
rr o> RENTAL—June 15-Sept 
pane 


co 
mo, 


ist 
hg 2 


equipped, 


1-?m. brick, 3 
ra. es. A. 2-3343. 
| SUNe i bor Day. Beaut ful | 
6-room home Excellent neighbo -| A 
hood Pain Charch Enclosed yard, | 
screened porenh $550. all Su 
only JE. 4-2085. 

9-bath brick nicely fur- 
nished. Ou. heat, vac.. edults only. 
125 IN 


- 


Chain Bridge. June 15 
to Sept. ist. 3 bedrms.. completely 
furn washer, dryer. openness | 
porch. $1 er EM. 2-714 
TWMWER TAL—Mod hee 

, *... = 6 to Sept. 15.) 
Suit. for 2 or 3 adults or married 
eple with no children. Foxhall rd. 
area. Lawn and trees. Call FE.!| 
3- ed 


. Beautiful, 
furnished 
for 3% mo. June thru} 

Sept. OL. 2-5030 
NEARBY VA. 3 bedrms.. 15 
oe . summer or 


6- 
FH ite is EDROON. 2%-bath home 
ffers you comfortable ] t 
reasonable cost. 
orches 
tion ps 4441 14th dé Be. $150 


ee nw ie, 
724 ai NA 2345 _ 
Ft vA 


min. to 
longer. 


t 
in No. Be thesda area 
oom, to Ausust 20th 


ome 
june 
2-676 
HOUSES UNFURNISHED 
LEX.—Hollin Hall: 
: r cond.: a 
ichacia” shops. 15 
min e278 $130 


—Tmmac. 2-bedrm, br brk. 


4 


20 min Pent. 


house “rin 
Ven. bdilinds 
and rear ds 


WARWICK Aye 


3- al bas homes, $115 mo. Individ- 
ua 


go 
‘town ash s 
zen including by bas. Oi 


Mt. Vernon Ave. & Kennedy St. 
TE 6-691 


~“WIRGINIA HILLS—Brick. 
9-bedrm . bsmt Lo avail. June 


me. campletel re 
town 
iv. ym with firepl. 
12 


rm 
t space. $135. Partially 


d 

stored, det 
Walled garden 
fep. dining 
lo { close 


ave. 


Ri B. porch. 


eigh ; 

buses, schools. rey ‘Want 
Avall. pyae 6. 
4 pec 


- rm 
brick rambler, sep. din rm., fire- 
pee, full basement, carport. Oall 
ARLINGTON, NO—New duplex 2- 

bedrm., air-condition ed apt. with 


laundry and storage facilities. $125. 
JA. 5-8720. 


ARL. & FALLS CHURCS—-3-bedrm.. 
1ig-bath split level; es lot: 
and 3 bedrm 99- 1 5 


Colo- 


TON—5- = by 
5218 


Rial J bath, Fecr, eiis. 


ths. porch.” Fee én. 


kit 
“enc lot; quiet pene RS 
se to schools and trans. Vacant. 


evenings and 
7386 


' 


| 
TA 


| l cont NIENT 


) LA 
"3105 Biueford rd.. Ken 


large 3-bedroom brick semi-| 
ome, only 4 years oid; 
arge modern kitch.- 

powder room. full 
basement and large rear yard. Ail 
this for 


Love! 


7¢ i 


105 MO. 


|ALDON MOMT. CORP. NA. &- 5740 | 
ROCK VILLE—3-bedrm. home (2 of | 
| which are on Ist fl.):; near schoals. | 
a =, transp Only 110 per! 
lease. Will furnish. | 
Pooiesvilie 3103 
-roq@m, semidet. brick house, | 
rm. and fenced yard. wre 


: 

of 

7 ’ 
drm 

liv. rm. snd 9 + 

Ww 6-95 July 


ute Sanaeios, 
md bath; e large corner ay 


= ave. 
& POGAI 58082, 


off Flo 
ournD a1 CHOLSON NE. room 
brick, semi-det.. redec., — “heat, | 


bath 


- CY baad 
HWY  ~ apt 3-bedrm.; sits | 


— , Sep. n. 
kit., = bemt, fenced | 
trans. LO. 4-0188 
Service man’s 

bunga- 


rm... equip 
yd.; mr. schools 


“family welcomed: 3 bedrm 
low: 4 *S8,' fe aii, newly deco- | 


| 


to 
b d 
Avail $100 mo JE. 2- “4685 
RAV AL riiiite ER's HOME for rent | 
ne 
trees, wonder = inelahborhood. ¢ 
° shop. " CtF 8. children, do 
center hall ye 
an 
In FPairfax Country Cc) > 
orninesise Ct. CR. 3-1934. $160 


brick ete, 
25. 1 
Pen or main Nav | 
port 
YOU'LL ENJOY THIS COZY 2-ded- 
oom 


| Annandale. 


. ample dinette space; 
flagstone patio and sarace 
ne. 1 SHANNO & | 
724 l4th st. 99 NA. | 


COLONIAL CHARM 


Main part ef charming old Colo- 
nial .. 
NW 3 


8 rms. oi, 

an modern conv... elec. dishwas | 
| . Other furnishings. | 

pac ous lawns and gardens. beau-/} 

tiful trees. Wonde +f Brees a =~ 

tertain. indoofs an $300 

Call Mrs. Kohner,. uM “33032. 


¢ 


in 


RIn AREA | 

rambier, modern kit.; ‘eetesed yd 

walking distance schools and rec 

Brea. $110 mo. OL. 2- 
‘Home for an Executive 

137 hs ayer st r 

16th }. offers 

abines: center hall 


brk. yg One nr Tendon 
and o mor Largo. $110 and e123 | 
Phone ‘ZANTZ. INGER, NA. 68-5371 


6 
ONLY | a stone's throw from Mt. “Ver. 
on is very pleasant 7-room | 
Saas with 5 acres ~ groun nd look - 
ing for a responsible tenant while 
owner is overseas. Completely re- 
decorated. If you like the country 


you will love this Aveil. im 
cE Soe 


~ 731-133 WEBSTER ST. NW 
ms beth: bewiy decorated oo 
A $70 per Janitog will | 


H. L. RUST CO. 


mo 
37-7877: 


exclusive 
co 


$87 50 
INC.. Di. eves. 


ro nr. 
g-donf bedrms., oil foenaee. "s115, 


LAROk’ landscaped ya 
fruit trees, except. nice “90m 
2-bath brick; caraee, 
re rd. ne. _1-6780. 
ne—2 bed- 
vidence 


COL.. 713 nomi rm 
rms. clean: nea 


HOME VALUES 
tors, GAnITOL T+ berms 
hb. ol —® rooms and bath 


.& oe SE—5S rms., kitchen 
and 


ow. Newly redec., 4 
a »* kitchens, 2 baths, gas 
1623 ath w—s rms., kit. and 
bath, $99 50. 

R.A. a ae ee SONS 


RS 
e.|2. Mass. ave nw . NA. 8-5020 
and 


816 D st. ne.—6 rms. 
th: mewey ox dec 890 mo. Key at 


Pg 
ra Lt 7 


0 es ae new. 
qaeateesornes rick. 
location , ,Sheppe 


2 
SLOREL 
room pe 


G st 


_nw. 
WN 


Ats-oquamienes space, — & 


per oor 

three floors 

mont ae at 
r 


low 


Securities "Bide. 
short term 


lea 
“husvaise. 
jess than $82.50) 


e Busine < 
/ .4 0% 


sq ft 
remod.: 
ren 


—S-im. 4 


ark. avail. 


NED 


on corner: 


4 stop 
lenty of ieee parking on our own | LAUNDEO 
a te suit ten- 
. 


Larchmont Realty, Inc. 
-3900 


JF 
— 2 -roo 
729 
cond . pa 


ffice; ideal for inter- 
. 


r 


WN 


ne, 
lights 


Ca an 
Or! priced at 


"lenes . 


ft. | 
As or | 
and | 


MD. LIQUOR STORE 
— $120.000 

2 ark up ahd better. 

be bought with *915.000 down. 
$22,000 pilus stock. 


MD. DELICATESSEN 


Business $2500 per week. 
a 50% gross profit 
outstanding shopping 
new equipment 

i soneeeenee. ly 


Hours. 


“y 


ae es| SAM BLANKEN & CO. 


n | Eves. and . TA. 9-0995 
8-3229 | 
—Oniy $1000 dow 


Sun 
i Office phone 


Grocery. 
in large commercial area. Owner 


ill. Excel. 


MOTELS FOR SALE 


Advice and consultation by exclu- 
sive full-tim 
travel specialist. 


232 WOODWARD BLDG. 
EM. 3-1220, Day or N Night | 


a units., owne 
good 
mi. 


quarters, 
suit 20 


Sy AUEANT. Beer on & off. 
S. of Wash., grossing 100 
b summer 


frontage. 
so. of D.C. 


y- 


now due. 


WEINBERG & BUSH, Inc.| ie ar lease. nr 


1707 
ATR- 
ft 


St 


| mo 


NEAR ‘etl 2 
rooms, 
15x17: 
a, tenant only 
| som ee 4. t- 
Cc RED— 16 
Oo 


; $150 month. 
& You NW. 


$25 MO. 


Louis TRUDDEN. TU. 232-3060 


| BUSINESS PROP. 
| BE 


OFFIC 
2 new adjoining bid 
contains approx. 6 
ay ofc 


of warehouse space 
able for sas Ole 2: of business 


_OT resear 


rT 
location. sult. 


groc. Fixtu 


_BUSIN 


tl. 
Pi OP. 


RENT 


s. | aids. 


space and over 1300 
suit- 


good corner 
for delicate sessen or 
7 


48 


To a 


A 
location, 8500 
Terms. 
[A L 
business and an «a 
a - 


° commercial 
RONAN 


with bide 


commercial site. 


acre | ant aCare Z 
SINESS AND LOCATED 


Va 


Branch ave 
te 


in Pair 


Phone CL. 6-2200 


Closed Sundays _ 


location 
group 
hwys. 
land 
CEMEN 


BUS. PROP. 


for 
of st 
at 
if 


4125. | SiS AGCRES—Zoned busines. Exc 
shopping center - a 


Pairfaz Circle. 


t Block c5Ja-3-0000| |CE CREAM STORE 
WANTED 


48 


"TORS would like to pur- 


commercial 


property pur. 


private parking anywhere west of 


14th st 

by Virginia 

givin full 
-TH 


‘STORES, RENT 


or Ma 
details. 


nw. or wy te im near- 


and. Write 
"Box M-120, | 


a) 


ARL..-iae. show rm. 
Excel. location. “Much 't 
CHERRYDALE CE. | 


decor 


AVE. 
able eal any 


sCO! 
100 ony 


store 
. bid 


business: 


or office near 
. $50 m e is 


or 
Traveled 


li uit- 
sinished | 


ree 39x 


J. “LEO KOLB CO., 


ase to 


: oer ~~» equip. 
s yr.: rets 


to be 


IN AVE. CAP. 
20x48 ft. est.bii nhed 
Suitable for 
rdware. fiorist and 


peer. Re yen 
avaliable. 


. paints and walipape 
meee opportunity 


apprec. RA 


ST. 
shopping 
5 and ‘ 

appar 


Shopping 
Two new 
Cc take 
eifts. 


g & ‘Bush, 


L A 


rific 

or beauty sho 
fices ae available. 
Eiss = 


STORES WA 


1012 Pennsylvania Ave. 
ge for 


Professiona 
Call Herman 
— 


N 


8. z. ae 
red rbe 
of. 


49A 


STORE 


Perf NW 
Eltchen facilities 


location 
Walk- 


Laree 
boxes, 


storage and office space for 


CATERING 
ESTABLISHMENT 


wanted for rent. Box 571, Post T-H 


a 


ARL. he — pe 


CHE HERRYDALE “CEN 


or shop, 2 
BLOCK 


CHOICE WAREHOUSES 


i1) 
te 

content | 
S 


electric ie 


eq 

sid 
mediate occ Nice offices. 
00 8a. ft ; 


ft. ine 
ond showroom. Park cine 


My 0 94. ft. Light. dry, two 
u with 


~ Paton 
. Im- 


. mod Tn 
ae eenen. 


47) 


FO- 
. with « going 
t. $25,000. Call 


ap- 


ED “FOR | 


store. 
st 


r.1|$10,500.. 


2-bay facility: 


ving uarten rs, ocates 
dr Air 


This is a real money-maker Priced 
only $15 000 with terms 
Brown. with “Yeones Realty. OA 


st xcel. 
t 


5 ay 8 
home. iS-ft. frontage; 
: § - 7 

f0¥ and Ws shop. ver 


reas 
WA. 7-8053 or write x M- 
Post- -TH 


ORIGINAL CONTOUR 
CHAIR-LOUNGE CO. 


HAS EXCLUSIVE 
FRANCHISE AVAILABLE 


duct 
ly owned specialty. 
television outiets 


appliance, 


nel or re 
B te | run this department. 


is a high 
requires $12 
In réplying to aon M-490, | 


able people 


This 
and 


tory of your operatio 


BE YOUR 
OWN BOSS 


,-| Own your own business in| 
profitable, ultra-modern 


QUAKER MAID 


GOOD SPOTS 
/_NOW AVAILABLE FOR 


IMMEDIATE OPENING | 


| NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED) 
you are trained in a pilot 


| Store. 


STORE SITES CHOSEN BY) 
OUR EXPERTS .. . distinctive 
|\Quaker Maid Stores being | 
erected, offering high gross) 
sales potential, excellent net 


tor. 


FIFTY REAL 
PRODUCTS pies, tarts, 
sundaes, banana splits and 
many others, attractively pack- 
aged. Find out how quality 
products, tested promotion, 
point-of-sale advertising 


CREATE SUCCESS FOR YOU! 


MINIMUM — INVESTMENT 
. NO FRANCHISE 
FEE .. . YOU HAVE COM.- 
PLETE CONTROL OF YOUR 
INVESTMENT. . 


Write or call for appointment. 


QUAKER MAID 
Dept. PT-29 
AKRON 8, OHIO 
HEmiock 4-194] 


> . . 


Owner 
net 


fFo0. W 
ARNE AN BS 


good 


mpamsang 


Neal, 


h $) ae dn. Excellent op- 
JA. 


Only = = Bi se 
opp. 10 Sheridan st. nw ! 


terms ta 
oY. rat | 


A or! 


$3000 re- 
of call 


VALET SHORSFully I "bus ope se aM 
ie See pe 8672. —— ala a 62 
a RE A LT RR 


$20 ‘900. 


all) 
io6,| © 


Known, nationally-advertised pro-| 
Ideal situation for private- 
or | 


somere wees | 
.000 $15 


ease aive COmSTECS his- | 


profit to you as Owner-Opera- | 


ICE CREAM| 2 


— 


eee 


| 


THE WASHINGTON POST ‘tal TIMES HERALD © 
Sunday, May 27,,1956 "po 


\ 


AT AUCTION 
22°Unit McComb Mote Motel 


Aristo-Craft 
some person at sale. 


r! 
J. L. TODD AUCTION ce 
302 West 3d Rome 


St. Ga. 
T lephone y* 1656 


petition. Coase iam 


ao . A 
c 


information and aps 

Db . Ciheensed and boad 

| brokers). North American Oil 

Surveys. oa2 Sunset bivd.. Los 
° 


ble 
act 


S8A 


vVA.. BD. Cc. —Funds to refinance 
your home pay sor Pas » Taise 

ash. CO. 5-2060. mY 5 
REAL ESTATE TIT 
tremely iow dGis- 


G A on- 
. plan. No life insur. 


AL BAKER ae 


| 2d tryst otes. D. C.. 
ae ad. an 
NA N 


R. E. LOANS WAN 
12,000. rst trust 5% 
ear. idence t 


rus 
prove aot $000 | _— 
uire dow ineo ome 
.000. Exe. eredit: no other o 
ligations. JE 


‘TRUST NOTES 


DON'T ANY 
Until you read 
ane? G 


_8- 
secon trust 
vie 
: that will pay you & 080 
during next 41 mos. dad ba 
Cc niimit 
rchase a od. "trust ashes 


for pu 
Por quick and co s service 
ORSCHACH 


J 
‘Trust NOTES WANTED 61A 
Win wAM AE wa’ yf 5 Ost notes 


7-1655 


pores store pronerts at en 
oposed urke Ajir 
epereaing as a store & h n 
for many years; when Burke Air- 
port gets under way will greatiy 
increase in value: a a ge will 
give return on inve 


TERRY B. SIMMS, JE. "2. 6517 


GERMANTOWN. MD.—For the as- 
| tute wale Gearer Cl land near the 


now 
bee 
| 


ere Commmntgeen 

ry a }7 have 3 farms in 

he area. all eusetient tor price ap- 
Preciation. bstantial cash 

| requisite. Co.. 5-0968. 


ot re 3-$Bhe bidgs. 
Ate Pil 1 <3 
Prigidaires 


Co 5-4638 ae Real Estate 
“BERPETUAL INCOME 


Buas 
Above all else. should be evident 


mee erent 


a an Bn. informetion 
in relation to « =~ % leased, 7+ 
~year old Sent pronee’. 
BOSS & 
E a a 
—_* 2 
: $85" 9. 


4 UN 
$19,950 


OVER 7 ACRES 


In heart of Annandale. 4 Ce 
bought at reasonable price. In 
bet ween 3 Sitferens highways with 
utlet to each wer end water: 
ovailable address OWNBR. P. O 


_ $4,332.80 Net Annually 


fine tncome pro 
Bae story row bric 


rty ome gis 
Nn 


nd in ent "repair. “Call or de- 


‘ails. 


RIGGS & CO. HU. 3-3316 


r with $2 
| to $500 dow semi- Lv 
| 


mall perenne 
, in SE. section, will return 


' yr 
has other more important eer 
all DI. 77-0082 from 9:30 
d rough Saturday. 
ne apt. rooming 


to 

co 
area: nr. schis., 
. Terms 


BARNABY W 


LARGE COLONIAL 
$31,500 


A charming home with unusual 


.. re 
at the of the 
> ieees panelled ‘Gorary 
trepla 
wonderful 


nd refri« 
built-in aareae. _ lot “with 
trees. 


snrude and 

7 ww i. t shown oniy 
by sappointm 
Ww! tLIAM. rod BENNETT 

Wo. 6-6533 RE. 77-3040 


BRIARCLIFF 
HE PAL 
5422 Hawthorne Pl. NW. 


y i 7 
ae. 


OPEN SUNDAY 2 
Another special yom! © 2'- 


& ready to go inchadips lights. of. | 


individual 
a cooing corpora: | 
. and Hospital | 


OPPORTUN 4.4 for 
own some s : Hon 
a 


tion my Bay - in x. 
eauip 
rentals — ‘only “07 ates sted is 


sickroo 
back ing [en ecyre Tred pees 
tion rt rietly cont id 


‘ential. Adar 
FOR oo ge pres aceon —— |e 
shop with . suitable for 


AND 
a) slots: 
th op- 


MARYLA 

——B. 1. w.. andi 

r atrs.; ; S-yr. lease 
AURANT AND TAVERN 

legal -» fi lee. liv. ony 

AR, fountain and resteu- 

dioins naval 


AND CHICK 
atl. feed line: new 


e 
ON AND STORE 
ain- location. 


d 
with hired eperator: 
including 22 new. fix- 
: own 


SAR yAND 

“snd he sell aetantiahed night 
Y LUM- 

tab. MP nn 


exper- 
; $10,- 


Choice location. Completely set up) 


bath detached bri club 
a ares patio, ‘fovely flowering 
r 


—| sere ulet 
deal her “children 


paver nde. 
boo. Dik ave. right to Hawthorne 


me “SUSIE V to Ww 
D 
NT 


BURLEITH 


house in first-class —- 
eer bares Ciaing rm.. den, 
Priced unde er dian 


a LOWE | CASSEL 


nf 


Completely resto 
er. 6 rune.. oa —~ is iat 


ae apt. Rear Rear arde — ne and patio, 
Jas ae) 


1 
near 
eg + large bed 


baths. comfortable 
bas aD. 


Fe gy be 


National 
rooms, 


BUS. OPP., OUT-OF-TOWN 56 


Just res- 


ant bus, & loc. Nord mate he a ‘SALE, Dd. Cc. HOUSES 
«! 


EALTY, INC.) 


site | 


WILLOREST—Nr 


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 


64 


DUPONT PARK COLONIAL 
this detached home in 


th, 
shopping and bus. 20 
downtown. 


Riggs & Co., HU. 3-3317 
| FAIRFAX 5 Ft, Due 


a. ba 
A. 13 Bios 
enc mone . 1. 
FOGGY BOTTOM 
OPEN 2 TO 5:30 
2416 EYE hay EO 
Complete! ay 
sole house. “4 
y ¢ WILDE 
aoe 


2. on 
rick wit u 


appro ved. 


ir- me "tet 
AD. ee 
4-7267, 


$13,950—POSSIBLE GI 


Living room-dining 


3 ' 
SOUTHEAST REALTY co. 
GEORGETOWN 


A charming semidet. aoe with 
sep and jiv. ope 

on lige. carden sad terrace, There 
mn second 


; 7 eek- 
call ho 2-2911. 
GILLIAT & CO. 

DE. 2-2770 


——GEORGETOWN 
1539 33D ST. 


Red brick town re fivine.t —e 


tive garden; meee li- 
brary, dining | athe. A it.. 
Ho 3° 436. oie BPRAOUK. 
J.P. egg, Inc. » Realtor 
1630 Conn. A 7-2480, 

GEORGETOWN AREA 
Burleith—Brick, 


ends 


* J LEO KOLB CO. 


CRORORTOMN Ay TETINO 
Fi00 


The most house for the money in 
Georgetown. Will comfortably ace 


hop w 
— quarters Excellent — 
low down -: eps AD, 
4-4610 ot. AD -827 
CLUSIVE W 


J. LEO KOLB CO. 
D 


3202 RESERVOIR RD. 
Brand new t atp-cone 2-bedrm.. i 
in. “AOR xe Kit. Bia 


GEORGETOWN 
OPEN. 2 TO 5:3 
2919 QUE STREET 
pisractine S-Setem. J — brick 


kit condition. ‘Ga den. 


Immaculat 
$25.000 P. DE W E. 


AUST 


'N 
OPEN, 2TO5 
3137 N ST. 


Wise. seldom de 


financing available. 
Erelusive MISS WATSON. 
U. 3-7192. 


2911 PST. NW. 


Handsome wd pew 


will consider trade 
G'town house 
ARD, DU. j7- 


BY APPT. ONLY 


rooms, 2'— baths 


en Off -str 
Sate 
DU. 17-6663 


NEAR GEORGETOWN 


idving 3 feers. Gard 
arace. mn > sell. Lc on 
MINTER. * 


CHATEL, DE. 2.1 137 


GLOVER PARK -~— 
QFEN SUNDAY 9-1 2-5 


Comtore y Fe I Lo gm 


spacious rooms and tile 

porches {1 enclosed). dry + 

ar. ete 2 air-conditioners are 

nel ip the 4 oe $-5 . 
Ww. 3-5757, 


foaap Sve. a use. 
TY. To 43400. 


LUCREST, 
Custom -built goreenes 


f° 5. end onan a 

tioned: 2-car garage be 

cost. By appt artman 

Jae 0 ie 3 5976, 

cas Colonial. Irmmac — ae 
t-in arass, 

olds trust’ TD. Bx 


Lovely _srounds. 
a prjek rei rome 
Pull 


NR. Alabama ave. se, 
brick; 
r 


ureese. ORE 


odern 6-room 
ler only 1° year 
ent’ partial rec 
a Gener eo cit { 
to sell " 
629 K St NW. NA. 86-0352. Eves, 
2-0037 


Penna. ave., 


fu 
rm., carace, “oil h.-w. heat 
HARTMAN RE IN 


a st Net hell twee 
. wa. land- 


. liv. rm. ie mir~- 
mod. kit 7 
re sain 


amtae vik 


1520 K St 


pth 
it bath: Mr 


BROTHERS 
8-4323 


NOWTH CAPITOL FY 4005-—Wod- 
$13.000 Sweet Be, MR. DUDLEY. 
Northgate Rd. NW., 1457 


unday. Owner m 
es pv # ° was . 
rombter 


Jog Be ost firept ee, n with 


so ie with bene tise> 
* fot: priee, 839.500, 


4 


& 


THE WASHING TO?! rost and TIMES HERALD 


' plus por at Ty 
. with 


_D10 


Sunday, May ‘27, 


415,000 

Sunday 
Circulation 

means quicker sales results 
for Washington Post “and 
Times Herald classified ad- 


vertisers. To place your ad 
for Sunday 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


d. C. 64 


RESERVOM ROAD AREA 


house er) Vir- 
ia Hills. with complete ® " con- 


es tentes “tt bedrm 


fei ths ke 


2-0730 
o8.—A-toml) row baie : By 
wee 


¢feue’ ; eves 


~~ ag ao —5-room 
jo ars jot 


ee ee 


SP. ey 4- 


nage 


crea 


Nr, 13th & 


Se 


| ss ageedie 


Sharidan NW. 


SACRIFICE AT $29,750 
ern Shad 


PF at = A exacting spec 


wher 
e 


“till 


lovely let. 


a reciais. “shown. by _ 
rhe 


st trust eee. 


_ Oe 
MUSHINSKY, 


UPPER NEW HAMP. AVE. 
A DREAM HOME 


DETACHED, $19,950 
6-tm. brick. 3 bed- | 
rm. adn. r 


"doo 
wonthes 


RA. 6-6912 ~ 


ia, unusually 
and 


da aM Pe BRON» ‘$9 
t| ST. 3- -9290,. 


*. 4 

SALE, D. ¢. HOUSES 64) SALE, D.C. HOUSES 64 
LOW} NO DOWN PAYMENT 
se 


Near niionga tt ee 


HOME—BARGAIN B a SAME THING fie 
Se... ar. Bape 


, fay | SUITLAND NEAR ANDREWS 
a rning 


level! ae Wouse. off Pease onto in- 
ullt-in Carece;| as cle wee -_® furnished 

a pireetcar nearby iced 
I inspection 


: apartment-room 
WESLEY HEIGHTS inspection ‘myshout ita. Ba OWNER WANTS OFFER! 
e ~ i ee ness on Je. ‘ 


340 ONEIDA ST. NE. 
THE FOLLOWING 


vag, ia old ein 3-bedrm 
SELECTED 


pias Ree REA EALTY ree. 
HOMES 
IN IDEAL 


“EASTERN STAR. vic 
LOCATIONS 


(6401 N. CAP. 
od. 3- 
CHEVY CHASE, D A 
3 Bedrooms. bath $19 


AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITY PARK 


Bedrooms. bath $2 
i Bedrooms, 1% baths $2 


—— 


ry in "baseenent. Garar: 


REDO RUNS ae Thane 
porch many other ia. 
ures “Can GI. with 5% down 


CORRECTION | Ms ca. ot sn 


adhspalind 
7312 Alaska yn e NW. 
OPEN SUN. 2 TO5 


Lovely detached. 46 room. 2' 
brick home. Peatures include 
ft living room with 
dinine room ] 

An erqeseeet 
roo , 


The house that was advertised for 
cote in Georgetown at 1671 Jist 
st in Ps } hw mente» 3 “ 
Times Hera ca 


ane | he 
19 . et ~ 
pe MY  # Bi . sth st aw. We 


regret the er 


a A a * ti ; 
aft! 


ch 


1.750) 
3.000 


Exclusive With 
2-FAMILY DUPLEX 
1505 19th ST. SE. W.C. & A. N. MILLER 


This well conatructes 2 apt. 


on beautifully. 
coped. jot, SAV to seil, 


"BLOYD E. DAVIS CO. 


| 1629 K st. nw NA 8-035 
Ev ves, Jv. 5- “8508 


ELOPMENT CO. (REALTORS) 
bide Builders and Developers .of 
and Wesley Hts.. Sumner. Spring Valley | 
sale Mass. Ave NW EM 2-4 
co LIST YOUR HOUSE WITH Us 


UW. 4-0040. Eves.. LU. 2 


| hal 
| with mirrored 


Ghakttnlen, ot 2 
Sea Rit 


To Inspect, Call Mrs, Wilner 


3315 Conn. Ave. o 
| CUSTOM yeh RAMBLER 


N.W 
Saianint m, brick 


home: 


416 N. 
M center 


R_APPOIN 
RIGGS REALTY CO. 
RA. 3-9450 EX. 3-4484 


4310 12TH PL. NE. 


. h.-¥ 
a peres 
all eur. 


SULLIVAN BROTHERS 


1520 K St. N.W ME. 8-4323 
WHITE OR COLORED 
. 


7. 
Sypiect to avpraiga) sad 8 


fore’ 
aoe ee 


~ | MA.8-3316, 


D ieeks #1 TODAY | 


AMER. UNIV. PARK 
(Bet. Butterworth aa 
iST-FLOOR BEDROO 


4531 45TH ST. NW. 
ick, — roof 
Ist fir.: bed 
Santee hall, 
apace. din , 
24 “tir 
; fin 
outside ent eet ar. $28 500 
OPEN ay 1 TO 6 
REALISTINGS CORP. 
KE. 7-1807, DAY OR NIGHT 


PL. 
~ 1 oo ~eeure, © 4d hed 
sundeck. 


with aagi, ee te ae 

Man. Ou 3-16 

AMERICAN UNIV. PK. 
4518 ALBEMARLE ST. 


\%-bath brick 
ae living cm. 
™ a0e- 


OPEN 


~4343 


M 
SUN., 2-6 


2413 “I ST. NW. 


ces. patios. 


ment an 
r 


e 


OPEN DAILY 
D. C. GRUVER 


BRA. 8-177". OL. 32-5046 


Barnaby Woods, 


% 


OPEN, >, ‘til DARK 
3022 TENNYSON ST. NW. 


whieh 


Detached yA nie 


CAPITOL HILL 
OPEN SUN., 2 ‘TIL 5 


314 ST. SE. 
can Ry this house 
os 


| POR 


cA 
HOWARD 


CATHEDRAL AREA 
SHOWPLACE 


3608 EDMUNDS ST. NW 
tached brick on a level corner 
le lot. Beautifully landscaped 


md) ‘Mr overue, HQ Salt 
eee 


“| 1630 Conn 


P ’ 


OPEN TODAY, 


REACH: Out Mass. ave 1 bd 
oon Natal Observatory. ieft 


REALISTINGS CORP 
KE. 7-1807, DAY OR NIGHT 


1-6 | 


on | 


‘CHEVY CHASE, 


D. C. 


uy from own- 
k colonial. 
e liv. rm.. fa 
den or breakfast 
i 


OPEN 
3315 Legation «at 
r save. B 


arene city. Owner 


6136 30TH ST. N.W. 
OPEN, 1-6 


is most attractive -bedrosm. 
4" A-l cond 


Seek 


rs co. INC 
crv CHASE, D. C. 
beth a gsr Bedrsom, 2 


Lee 
7 32nd Piece parnpbs Woods 


eption te buy. Open from 
5 bedrooms. center 


Nevada. 
all. den. screened perch. ise : 
~ is Lie eyae sher and dis- 
In the 20's from 1. ; 


Merrytield & Woods, Realtors | 


ae at 
m4 


Saat 


screened congre rete po 
y ouner ra 9-7 


and garace 


N SUNDAY, 2- 6 
Es aS £2 SiR Sd at 


* JAMES L. DIXON & CO. 


e 


corner brick 
R 


hs. dinin 
papiace) 


bath On 
centra 
has 35-ft 


1 


WOODWARD '& 


919 27TH ST. NW. 
410 21ST ST. NW. 
OUR WN 


or 
TEES OF QW oRES "0 
heb all the latest ta 


| " pe 
luxe Kitchens. 2 


tiie 
oa iS 


FOGGY BOTTOM 


Air-conditioned town 


house. A 
property restored. 
bedrooms. 3 
room. living room 
itehen. full base- 


888 New Hamp. Ave. nw. 


FOXHALL VILLAGE 
OPEN, 2 TO 5:30 SUN. 
ss- 4428 Greenwich Pky. nw. 


the larger houses in this 
} . only i utes 


Good 
attractive Seyee and 


buy at $29.7 


GILLIAT & CO. 


DE. 


2-2770 


2619 O ST. 


PRICE, 


$23,500 


OPEN, 2-5:30 


FURTHER INFORMATION 


McPECK 


2-1105 REALTO 


GEORGE TOWN: 


OPEN TODAY. 2 TO 6. 
3221 RESERVOIR RD. 


A BIG Iittle 
thine Large 
rench doors 
brary. 


. 


Ave 


house with every- 
ting room with 
ening 3 eprdce 
rooms bath 
itchen. + Cal ni 


INC. 


7 = 3480 


, 


GEORGETOWN | 


ALL OPEN, 2-6 
1521 27TH ST. N.W. 


If you are . bachelor. look no Sur. | 
ther the most 


charm! 


a have ever offe 
Priced well below 620 


financed 
3-011 


GEORGETOWN AREA 


eT. 


$14,750 


3 Bedrms., 2 


Baths, Rec. Rm 


1922 37TH ST. NW 


A good solid brick. well priced for | 
e. Liv. rm 


. sarace 
353-8496 on. p : 


3703 S$ 


An end house 
-. ood 


din. rm. 


A | priced 
3-bedrm.. semi. | 


wens; eh early | DETACHED BRICK 


ox St. 
| Pee Ea 


| OPEN ‘tty & ee 6 Sher. 
VERY NEAT COLONIAL | | Piva? pi. et ot acArthur 
1221 E ST. NE. -_, > Sat ow ome 
ming — isl, 6- rooms | “4 $19,500 "Reasonable down peymt. 


eRoy Place NW. 
OPEN SUNDAY, 2-6 


m 
god doors Bareain Beautiful town use. 5 master | 
| perms. magni Pucoat ultra Baw 

n 


JAMES [ay DIXON & CO. 
eras 
ENTERTAINING? 


Cisse. = section pd f level he homes 


Rock 
oy arm Th. 


| BE PRR A EMENT - 
library 13x17 ened | > 
Larse “ference at | 
mae. | ' 


COLORED OPEN 2-6 
BUNGALOW | 
5904 3D ST. NW. | 


One of the 


re 
most attractive bun-/| 


rn windows 
40. ’ only $13.500 with 


ry ONE & MARCELLINO | 

5 sth Nw 

OPEN * ag PR 
LET’S TRADE 


8 rm. semi-det. brick. | 
‘ age a 


6-1076 


4720 SOUTHERN AVE. SE. 
vere desirable _3- -bed room brick 


full basement See thi 
New gas -W. KH. Le 
Terms. See Mr. Butts, LU. 


OUTSTANDING VALUE! 
5156 SO. DAKOTA AVE. NE. 


Reautiful 2-bedroom brick semi- 
er corner anh to-wall car-| 
+h paper ries, ces. venetian | 
finds. alu iminium “tile kitchen with | 
garbace lL modern range! 
and -- A, 


; wit tirepiace. , se 
poreh 10s 


with a er rm 
wit Tinetie. Je fl. 
anc bath. 2 
— oe 


alex wale ie “eperer 

son BM. - 44 19 k Pt! “Ge. 
or key & - 

shur St Paar P ae alter 


“HOME AND INCOME” 


6117 14th st. nw. A levely home 
| waiting for your pore wae. sue: 
own liv. rm n 


bedrms.. 2 baths ‘Bomt apt. » how | 
renting for $65 mo. Extras too! 
|; Many to _— 
co.. Inc 


YER 
LEO A ER 
| JU. 9-8033. Mrs Wills RRA. 6-7465 


and mod. 
5. fall iaonmneng Ki 


RALM 


4-7942 
‘til | Dark | 
. NE. 
3-he . semi-det 
witr ra modern throushout 
wae f garbage dispo 
rm.. 


sep a | 
er rm.. ist floor. "Seen “aneher 


Pull basement, ere wie wash- 
hine. h 


near transp. Gl appraised, 
. 6-4690 


~ A 
4631 EASY PL. SE. 


OPEN 2 TO 6 
| Attractive English colonia! brick 
Just newly dec. throughout rms 
3 bedrooms. center hall lan. 
| Grand piano size living room od- 
| @rn kit. Ist floor powder room Gi. 


outstanding 
$13.000. Open Sunday 2 to 6 


ANDERSON REALTY 
NO, 17-5561 


| LUXURIOUS RAMBLER 


dervey, FE 3-2218 on vorem-| 


; 


bedrooms. | 


ll base 
Hackett. ee | 
remises 


ST. N.W. 


wie lots A a. 


rose porches 
sand only, 8 ’ 6,800 Siete | | 


att. A AGILE & Son 


HILLCREST SE. 
2023 31ST PLACE SE. 


| bet rt. looking for a 4-bedroom 


eft 
L ees 


"PAUL 


m. 
a. 

o Park “arive. 
- house 


ACA 

"tl dark. Dir.: 
to Branch: 
right to , k,. D 


r. STONE 


329 7110 9th St. N.W. 


: 0 Mage: 


RIGGS ‘PARK | AREA | 


lace. 
call Mr.) 


| Open 1°30 


: 


Det 


en 1-6. powner tenced lot. Semi. | 


et Ben. 
2 bedrm 
A * 


Liv. 


ae. 


bath DIR 
to mR, 


<>. rm... kit 


> Ou 
rt. to 


LEO M. BERNSTEIN Co. 


WALTER 
OPEN, 2 


REED , AREA 
‘TIL 6 P.M. 


7513 8TH oT yl 


smmeoouiate. 


6-252 
ahs, ee REALTY CORP. 


WESLEY HEIGHTS 
3110 45TH, NW. 


53-8315 pl 


i} Lovely Town Home; Large Det. 


. 


; 


| 


be 
Be 


| $11,750, $495 Dn., 79.50 Mo. | 
“a 2-2216 FOR DIRECTIONS | 


or non-GI may buy. Price reduced 
+ 7.000. Directions: Out nning 
ae to Easy pl then right. 
+ other homes to choose from 
| ves. CO. 545-6831 
Sweeney Real Estate Co 
LU 4-3581 
Ottice 4199 A N 


ALL DAY 
DETACHED” WOOCRIDLE | 


2606 Rhode Island Ave | 


VACANT—$595 DOWN 
Lovely 6 rms., 3 bedrms.. 1% baths 3 


ag TODAY 


- BEST BUYS — 
IN SOUTHEAST 
ei GRE, FOR,  NEPECTION 


NDAY. 1-8 
1623 R St. SE., 2 bedrms., 


$10.750 
ca 
sit 'R t. BE.. 3 bedrme.. 611.500. 
eash $1500 
| Gree. look and listen 
id. $9950. 


IONED 


ve 


6814 OREGON AVE. NW 
3 Rae ee DEN, 3 BATHS 


1-6 Det brick. Opp. Rock | 
nee Pk Center hall. a r 
. rm. 


New home, 
mo. o cash $950. Cal) 
for appointment 


MUSHINSK Y__RA. 
COLORED — 775 Trinidad Ave. NE 


srtesest Homes. open for inapec- 


401 nadae ees ba $23,300 : 
. rms. : 
cture in Sun. pape | fir. Reer 


34604 Greenway Drive SE —} bed- | 
rms.. $18.600 


415 Highview percecs. SE Call 
or appointmen 


3018 Sth St. SE. 4 bedrms $16.500 
pues for inepection Sat. and Sun. | 
Pp. 


$311 L rete. 


Rk $12. 


2418 T St. SE. Vacant. $13.500 
$2000 cash. con for information or | 


‘AUDD REAL ESTATE 
2327 Pa. Ave. SE. LU. 4-46382 


. t 
oreene aiz*- rt. te Oregon ave 


E to 


LEO M. BERNSTEIN CO. | 
FIRST PRESENTATION. 


1801 PRIMROSE : transportation. 
New Stone & Brick Split hood | #6162, RA 8-706. een 


1360 Tay! NW—Gen- 

er offers bovele home; + cond. | 

enovatedc. 4 in- 

closed “porch, ‘ane bath. eit ies | 

ae — anten. 1 bik. sch 
Open 


Sets Ppageth . ag.| Seatooking Rock. Creek Park | Colored or White 

H22d8. Cape Cot Beg ogee ae ala $42,000 Rambler | 
nosy .— st bathe gin) REDUCED TO $36,750 | 
conditioned "panel ipcup C'2 VAN BUREN N. W.! 


Gracious 
y | There is ne other com - stipe | 
rd (second traffic ligt cht) “right on | the rice i or | 
rt or ‘ Beautifu! brick with | 
| Close to Sheraton- Park . t gabled entrance cious living 
with custom seis fire lace 


om room 
and side door leadine te enc osed | 


JOULES & SENNETT CO. | wrands, “Srerlooking "* Beautiful 


| srounds Gracious 

s S | “chandelier | 

DI. 7-4244 ves. TA. 9-1699 | - steel 
in 


orth Portal Estates 
Custom-built homes. Features too) 
mumerous te describe. Must 

n 

OPEN DAILY 13 ȣ? DARK 


Directions: Out at. 
circle at District , 


tLe 


open | ‘TIL D DARK 
Bungalow 


3107 35th . ne. anpertect > an 


2206 Cathedral Ave. 


OPEN SUNDAY, 2-6 


bas Sia 
ouse. 
AND 
rooms. 1% bat 
TO Bus AND 
oor has reception hal! 
ing rm. dining room. den. kiiche 


wi pantry. G a PORNACE AND 
AER figs ths 
r yard an obundenee of 


thedrai sod ent to our Open 


-prxon co ‘be h- ew 
Oo to | 
jeft- toe 35th 


“Ultra aaety Service 


1114 ith st 1] 
817 Hilltop » S.E. 
‘| OPEN. 2-6 p M. | S 

r. $17,950 0. Practically new | 1058 Quebec Place NW. 


with 3 ath 
irep pee = jiv.'ra — ae = a. kit, 
wk epee oo ne yours | 
or this ~ or ce. Call “ur Pharr. | 


en H. GREENE. ante 4 co 
16 Fla. Ay 6145) 


co __ oe -™ms ol.—Rec. Rm. $15, | 
BUN. 7- | str 1-6. $3 
$16, 950—$1500 DOWN tee ‘With Us. "ooh Start Peckine” 
COLORED—GOD HELPS 


. i 
aaa opasis tod | 7™ ets HELPS THEMSELVES! LEO M. "BERNSTEIN CO. | 
UY 


haa Roce’ lowered OF 1! — nig th — | | 
use ower } 

107"95 ft.) "Sa 

‘READMOND REAL ESTATE 345 DOW N | semmpevacees BRICK 
MRS. HABER 1648 NEWTON ST. NW. 2 BATHS ON 2ND FLOOR 

6161 ~8675_ 
aa NER WANTS OFFER! 
340 ONEIDA ST. NE 

to 6. Det. brick. 3-bed- 

plus 1‘, beth home. finished 

rm. concrete porch. 500 

aun 


341.ONEIDA ST. NE. 


OPEN 1:30 
pestis. 3- oy , ) ay 2's -bath | 
bric 


Ri 


RA. 2-249° 


— 

alk-in ¢! ri 
FACING » BOC alk-in closets 5 ane te full bath Feo 
this ro 


‘Berks 


o eature ove 


Vitra Realty Service 4 
Lith 


Use ai 


& sENINETT CO. | 


live 


Gl APPROVED | 
ONLY $200 DOWN | 
TAKE YOUR .PICK 


Only $65 Per Mo. 
OPEN SUNDAY, 1-4 


Bladensbure rd., at 
WEST OF 16TH ST. | 
ne Ay 6s MY gy N 
. -— 

sanding Peindee 

tioned all-te- won carpet. 
ter-ha ys 26-ft, liv. rm. Wal- 
pat-pqneve ea. 
P bedrm 


re =) Tat ear. 
fi ic PaBT wi 
(E5 BERNSTEIN CO. 


6217 2ND ST. NW. 
407 16TH ST. SE. 
1210 Independence Ave. 
E. 


H 


Por these an mony. more call’ 


LONGPELLO 
ab ane -. 


Exquisite 
a gery 4 
full on 


es seed 


be @ 
full ~~ 
Very. RED yard Gara 


may 


1043 14th st 
mn choose any one of ver 6 30 
uses 


They good 
a8 Bow Beautiful beshened tloors, 


5128 3RD ST. NW. 
24 BATHS—REC. ROOM 


| Colonial. 6 rms. 3 owt -sine ned. 
the ground; rms. 


|; Demt 
3-5307 Trade 
9-4679 


Colored—Woodridge 
OPEN SUN., 2-6:30 


-bedroom., detached corner \ bric i 
° Living room. dining rm. 
hen, 2 bedrooms and bath on’ 


2nd fi. bedroo 
. jarge hot 116, eaten 


“ROGERS REALTY CO. 
A__8-0904 TA. 9-3459 
COLORED—10 ROOMS 


$1,795 DN., $89 MO.—GI 
Oven 130-6 


$995 down. RA. 6-6912, TA 


- 530 LI 
SOL INVEST. CO 
TRADES ACCEPTED 


OPEN 


SUNDAY, 2 ‘TIL 8 


CHED St. ie 
DETA\ HED BRICK 
all 3 nice size bedrms 
fovere’ ab baths. 
attached arace. 
porch leading onte 


| ardacen 
% Moderately Priced—Terms 


$950 DOWN —Tor 


323 Farragut St. NW.) ROGER MOSS, REALTOR 
6 rms. 2 baths on 2d M1, Deth HQ. 2-6020 _ couonED AP. 77-4120 
m=, to weston, Teft | 


bsmat. rm. 
NW . 
1-6 OMe BERRI HET 


built _ gee. lee. teneed’ back ya. 
“ALTO REALTY, Di. 7-7622_| OPEN mae tein CO. 

| Same thn ene aie sem |-20._3- 200 Ti 9 
newly Gocerates with ‘2 
4805 A ARKANSAS AVE. “NW. 


6329 KANSAS AVE. 
repeal ., front | 
-” corner. This cnguteite 


Rous hes, fe os me den. on. moder 


-pine 

pars with plumbing finteres. | 
ear 

right. Trades 


of  F 
accepled 


ae Priced 


lovely flower 


wo = rm 
4-7942 oy en. rec. 


er yang 
Open Sunday, 2-6:30 


sit, fas, clans fae Rae 
and batha. rec. rms” ae. 


GI OR NON-OI 


1434 Webster St. NW. \ 
2243 13th St. NW. 
1230 Delafield PI. NW. 
5045 8th St. NE. 
5051 8th St. NE. 
5013 13th St. NE. 
2005 Jackson St. NE. 


ROGERS’ REAYY co) 


A 


' 


RI 
GGS R *READMOND REAL ESTATE 


OPEN Zz. 6P. M. 
1802 P PARK ROAD nw. 
lor 
GI—$600 DOWN 


| $82 36 Mo; Prin. Int.. 


OPEN SUNDAY, 2-6 
513 SHERIDAN ST. NW. | 
gates NEE 
oo... Ph tor 
Tera aaa Ss. 
RIGGS & CO., HU, 3-3316 


A 


Corner, Beautiful Grounds For 
Doctor, Dentist, Diplomat 


Taxes, Ins | 


> 


ELLIS KOSSOW. TOR 
Colored, Only $67 ve Mo. 


| 3-bedrm 


Re ERR REALTY CO. 
~~~ 3 a 


TU. 2-616), Mrs. Sager, LO. 4- 
sia TOWNHOUSE 


4203 16TH ST. NW. 


OPEN, 2-5:30 P. M 

is beautiful brick 
or * gece sale with ail the 
ras -to-wall cospestne, c 7 


mirrors. antes 


an rms * rms 
modern tile baths and dow bie car 
arage. Esections location. conven 


chee sramepertation, and 


deljers 


ent 
| seayeeee 


J. H. GREENE REALTY CO. | 
WN. W. NO. 17-6143 | 5114. 


| 2S Fla, Ave. 


ee ee 
| DETACHED 7 ROOMS | Lee 


_MD. KIT.—FIREPLACE 
_ FINISHED BASEMENT 
GAS H. W. H. 
DEEP LOT—DET. GAR. 


12 BUCHANAN ST. N. 
3 to 5. . Vet here's owner- 


| 
| tapestry brick 7 complete kits 


ome is priced | 
sn | 


2) 


. am Le 
_ are Pitegerald. Cox & Co.. 
7-1633 
Colored 


OPEN, 3-7 
Let’s Eye 


1226 45th Pil. SE. 


Lovely bungcelow: 
smt., All 
imp. 

4322 Chaplin St. 


brk. Big yard 


full 
moc 


3-bedrm 
knotty pine attic 


5.E ant 
and ready, name your dn. pay- 


ment & monthiy notes 


326 Burbank St. 


Nice semi-det. brk. on 
Perf. cond. ful] bemt. 
you'll like. 


the cer 
The price 


: 5618 N. Hamp. Ave. N.E. | # 


Class, Location, 
Style and Design 
b 


Det aan, rec. rm, Big 
Separate 
. “powder — Price iar 
Satow value 


3817 17th PI. 


Det. trk. Plenty of Sraperrs 
m. ult 

oan 

private park or garden. 


2011 Monroe St. 


Spacious 4 bdrm. 
tion, full bsemt.. 
and ul mod imp. ovely yd 
Pleasant surroundings For further 
info. call DU 09 RA. 
5654 eves. & Bun 


N.E. 


in ideal loca- 
porches. firep) 


‘Metropolis Realty Co |_ 


1713 N. Cap. st DE. 2-3142 


COLORED 
OPEN, 2 TO 7 


‘809 Underwood St. NW. | 
A 


detached brick 


ae 


attrac 


mt — 
rage. hardwood floors BD 


Onivy $1500 cash 


734 GALLATIN ST. NW 


An immaculate corner brick home 
with center hall plan, maving t huge 


51500 4 
3123 18TH ST. NEL | 


mon attrac. semidet. brick) 
e. mod. in every respons with 
Rarawend floors phrouss ° 
resentiy arranged for fam 
ae convertible to aie family} 
ho py te stores. | 
theate ers and tra Very reas. 
priced for $15.950° with 81500 


BRADMAR REALTY. DE. 2-5215 | 
Colorcd—River Terrace | 
225 34TH ST. NE. 
27TO6 
rms. i — wm Rae 


smt lovely side screenees 
porch. Call LI 7-937, Mr. Ma : 
7 ’ 


orised very reas for 


Conv 


OPEN 
Vacant corner, 
bedr 


w 8ST 
brick sadiihe. naaurr. CO. REALTORS 


OPEN SUN, 2-6 
1714 UPSHUR NW. 


8-RM., DET. BRK. HOME 
Beaut home for the discriminating 


Reel. ‘nie la on en. oe 
i fl rm 


financing and priced 


| 
TERK | 
5204 13TH ST. NW. 
Las 
‘ and cluded : 


READMOND REAL ESTATE A‘ 
4-708 : 


ILL RD | 
rg a Pa 


tommhenss Ot low. 
eonereie re. built-in eee rai 


h.-#. 
 ORIGGS REALTY | 
RA__3-9540 EX. 3-4484 


COLORED—NE. 


CUSTOM BUILT 
DETACHED 


NEW SPLIT-LEVEL | 
ONLY ONE LEFT 
$21,500, Approx. $3000 Dn. | 


OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY 
; OPEN SUN., 12-5 


| oa 
snl tam. SF Sb Ge 
t peat 


3 ae 
&) 
= ear_/ 
beaut. | 


| @ spacious corner ict, 


Ss  Riggs & Co., HU, 3- aan 


-_- 


| @ laree rms. 


ey KD gore 


2A 


In enectidnt wt >. block 
ve. 


soft Colonial | 


oncerete front 
autiful ween yard. Auto. 


BAR REALTY CO. 
TA. 9-6800 


NW.: beaut. home in 
of professiona) and 


ch. 


\° eat. 


rm. 
Call Mrs. Davis. 


ao BR x al Sat 


3 , 
rand brks with ene. 4 7. 
2 baths, fr 
Oak Priced under 513.000 | 
orme 
NNEL. & SON 
wo. _5&- a2 | 


Ps. a 


LEE 


‘COLORED, NORTHWEST 


$495 DN. | 


Completely Redecorated | 


acant. Move right inte this fine’ 


ent, 
condition. Paym 
all Ex ;- o4a0 t or 


FRED A. SMITH CO. 


1243 Duncan at 
? fam uy: 3 rms.. ; 
b heat. HOME W 
down 


A VED 
wo seperate apartments in 
-w. hh. 7 


odern furnished 
on yO 


to 
Por 


ther 
A SPECIAL BUY 
$500 DOWN 


Newly decorated Living 
dining room, kitchen, utility room. 
3 h. ol - 
front 


porch Convenient to every- 
thing 


SOUTHEAST REALTY CO. 
COTORED—BRIGHT WOOD 


rec 
for 


rm 
im- 


with lavatory: 

suitable for Lo - 
heat $5000 ¢ nancing 
Por. appointment ‘call En. 623800. | 


. RED—V 
$395 D WN—MOVE IN| 


3rd & Rhode Is. Ave. NE. 


| 


— | 


This »beauitful 
consisting of 

garage: cas heat: low monthiy 
pormanye or trade your home Call 


now ~3473: eves. JU. 5-6907 
32 


redecorated home) 
lee. rms... porches 


$50 per 
upstairs apt 
. sep. entrances 
Not 


“COLORED-——VETERANS 


SEMIDETACHED 


$68.97 


RECREATION ROOM 


ed above Brookland. This 


OL. 2-5621 


. SMITH CO. 


1 8, 
ssi 


rec. rm. & * 
in double gar 


HOME IN U 
aemed on eries, 


full yin 7B, 


» bat bamt 
slate roof, extras 


Semi-detached. ractically 


brick home. well 
luxurious extras. 3 rms 
rec. rm. desirable NE 
fence with evely yard 
pe: te for seosintment 


“ULTRA REALTY SERVICE 
3214 1th ar oe 
OPEN, 2-7 P.M 
6204 SLIGO MILL RD. NE. 
2 wv gon iO Ww 
DON’T BE A MILLIONAIRE 


ve like one his brick cv.vnls 
ome has all e ae earmarks of : 


entieman'’s es 
he “tile kitchen ana 
a rec. rm.: laundry 


ORs: oF N. Hamoshire 

ne 
fet to “guise 
can HO 2-9000 Eves. TU. 2- 6624" 


(Look for the Red Rooster) 


Campbell & Collier Realty Co, 


JORED 
61 °s9F 250 
$630 DN., $74.50 MO. 


Inc! eTH oT N 6 


301 


River Terseee. eal? the coming 
ummer cool. screened-in 
pore or in 7 * peautiful "Se rm 
bedrms.. liv. rm. din 
kitchen home located @ on 


ipped 
equip A seed bus 


COLORED” 
OPEN, 2-7 P. M 
6504 7TH ST. NW. 
DET. BRICK 


separate din 
22-9000. Eves. Mr. Cope 


(Look for the Red Rooster) 


Campbell & Collier Realty Co. 
sd-:| COLORED—M 


ICHIGAN PK, 


“& RECR. RM. | 


FoR, WES £BPaTP ache Mey 
new 


w, Providence, Hosp R. # B Sec. a 
fene a? ee 
teeta sett. a. “arts. Cal 


1 Ist NATL. REALTY 


OPEN 

6500 6TH STREET NW. 
DET. CORNER 

THIS YOU'VE GOTTA SEE 


a 
~9000. Eves.. 


(Look for the Red es 
Campbell & Collier Realty Co. 


LUXURY 


$72 Per Month 


| 


, 


| 


NS 
each. | 
-yr 


| 


| 


ttenho maps oken 
wu aes 


lat 


Pim 


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| Lovely anf det 


room. | 


COL.—Gi OR TERMS | 


Ss. 1% 


COLORED 
Facing Park in D. C. 
11 Anacostia Ave. N.E. 

FHA FINANCING 
NEW 6-RM, SEMIDETACHED 


A 


eer D 
NW 
$10.950 


5. bath. dod cond. full! 
7. of Terms. | 


} Tree 


x. S.. WO. 6-2362_ 
"MONEY ~ 
GATHERS NO INCOME” 


But $950 down parment will give 
a solid mavestanent in this 3 

a ot 3. baths, 

My ant 


ac 
recess of redec 


& CO. 


resent owner in 


° ‘OREM call AN 


ry genk, 


COLORED 
IT 1S CHEAPER TO 
BUY, THAN RENT 
BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD 
MT. PLEASANT 


19TH ST. N.W.—Beautiful 3-setory 
tapestry brick home; 10 rms., 

baths: auto. heat. Excellent for 
large family or 2 families. Call for 


appt. DET W ORTH 


MARLBORO PL. N.W.—Semi-det 
2-story brick; 4 bedrms. Complete- 
y redec. Pull bemt. with extra 
shower bath. Colonial ~y porch. 
Call for APPT. to ins 


LINCOLN PARK 


10TH ST. 8.E.—3-Bedrm.. 2-story 
row brick. completely redecorated 
Call for appointment to inspect 


CAPITOL HE! GHTS 
BLAINE 8ST. NE 
semi-det. brick. Auto Bing Sea: 
tifully redecorated. Low Monthly 
Payments. Call for Appt. to in-| 
spect. 
MANY HOMES TO CHOOSE 
FROM. WE @PECIALIZE IN 

OM R 


_— 


separate din. rm. Full 


YOUR POCKET 


REALTY MORTGAGE & 
INVESTMENT CO | 
Pts ab. 5 -2267 
RA 


NA 
6-8489 


COLORED 
Attention Vets 
3 BEDRMS.—$11,950 

Semidet. Brick 


| Only $595 down and $72.76 per 
i 


| tiled bath 
| an extga-large lot 


me | 
2 
a converted | 


new | 
ene, roof} 
° 


a 


COLOR FD—Ow 


SMALL DOWN PAYMENT 
| VENTIONAL OR Gl 


|) pr 1-387! 


det. bdfic 
full basemen 
Cal 
3-24680; eves 


meek. ani and Sua 


ERED A. SMITH CO 


COLORED 
Gi—$11.300 
$600 DN., $69.41 MO 


Incl. Prin. Int. Taxes. Ins. 


Modern. semidet. bdric 
scnvensent location. 2 
din. rm.. 
sereened- in f 
shopping and bus close 


Riggs & Co., HU, 3-3316 


COLORED 


4016-4025 E ST. SE. 
715 ADRIAN ST. SE. 


Gi APPROVED 


Low Gove payments and mont ly | 


paymen 
3-bedrm brick homes 
e located, 


. A within 2 
yard 


CALL NOW, RA 3-4884 | 
To See These Nice Homes 


moe Sz. HU 3- 3316 | | 


Modern | 
shop. and 
biecks. Full 


OPEN TODAY. 2 2-7 P.M 
4620 REED TERR. SE. 
A Surprise faveite You | 


Six iarge rms mfort. clean 
asa } 

of never tirin 
get there in time. Fireplace in liv 
separate din . mode 
kitchen. storage attic. laundry and 
as heat ree bamt. and large 
Anchor fenced yard. Flexible terms 
DIREC - 


» a. pay 
Ste Cope, tu 


(Look for the Red Rooster) 


Camobell & Collier Realty Co. 


ner Pe. Ce 
orated 


br 
il} handle TU 


OPEN, 2 POOP. PM 


BETTER BUY, | 
5525 CENTRAL AVE. SE 


CON 

Well-equip 

brick. wm new-house 
heat Pull base- 


REALTO 
UN. 4- bess, 


living rm 

den on 
ms. 2/ | 
— nad It-in | 
hea' an be used | 
mily. A bargain at $16,500. | 
New wy cond - 
hrlich 


1012 1 St. NW.—8T. 3-04 
fier 6.30 P.M. DU. 7-7395— 


Concrete front 

diming rm igen and 

oor, 

ae. ell 
ace. 


olored—Woodridge | 227 


6-vr.-old detached brick colonia); 
cutom 2 luxurious living. | 
c : 


JOLLES & SENNETT CO. | j 
-1699 | 


es 


| $12 


petooes ve 


oes: t. excel = i 
RA. 3- vipa 


5015 STH er NW. 


De mod A-1 condition home with | 
let fsa Lea ~ 9° rms , baths. 
doub + lovely var 


READMOND REAL ESTATE | 
MR. DORAM 


brick: 
. gas 
Possession 
co. INC 


"DET. BRICK RAMBLER 
6426 7THST.NW. | 


7 
_ beaut lee | 


eS | 


bem 
4 


HUMPHRIE 


eee san ms 


.e “$020. | ex! 
ty amt: 
Rid ni 


ART ST 
Cour gy bunga 
rms fit 


wiz TRICE M sed 


TE CoO.-CO, 45-5037 
nd*8u 


724 EMERSON ST. NE. 


| ‘Idea! for small family. Off South | 
ta ave u 


te ° 
rick, separate 


praisa! a 
OPEN 2: 30 To 6:30 . 


M. E. SMITH, Inc. 
TA. 9-8249 


UTH . 
| APPROX. 1 BLK. TO REED TER, 
| Lert. To 


| FE 


yea ar-old 


sg 
rn R 


tals m 


Peautity 


7 7-9686 DE. 2- 


bri home: | Seg a 


| You 
this lovely semidet 


382,000 
Daily 
Circulation 


means quicker sales results 
for Washington Post dnd 
Times Herald classified ad- 
vertisers. To place your ad 


Phone 
REpublic 7-1234 


‘SALE, 0. c. HOUSES 6a 
DETACHED. BRICK 


LOCATIO 
Seve’ t Bearme ‘t on tee floor, 
rm - 


iS Ea ttc ee 
arian 


OPEN SUNDAY 2 TO 7 
$995 DOWN OR TRADE! 
Lovely 4-bedroom bungalow! 
Knotty pine clubrm. in bsmt. 
Huge 200-ft. yard; Colonial 
front porch. Gar. New-house 
condition. VACANT! Save by 
calling OWNER, Di. 7-8890, 


any time. 


COLORED iin 
A-1 OPPORIUNITY 
OPEN aN 1-6 P.M, 
Yes 
b 


tile bath. full basement. gas heat 
Nicely ian ; convenient to 
treammartadion and reg | Di- 
RECTIONS: ALAB A tabs 
ER! AV 
4626. Li. 6-2000, LU. 
> 6816 


ee REALTY CO 


100 56TH rer TREET SE. 
SAMPLE HOME 
10 STAR VALUES 
OPEN DAILY 
se “atin: ck. 6 eet A 
. painted walls, ultra- 
modern kitchen. colored fixtures, 
he with 
heat. 
Rd. 
Ave. 
HO. 


rea. O88 4.- 
ONS: Out Ben nin 
to San and Centra 

t tw open sign. Call 


(Look for the Red Rooster) 


Campbell & Collier Realty Co. 
doctor. a, lawyer 


Livin me quarters 
oors renting f 


ad mo. Price $20 000 
ost-TH 


COLORED—N MICHIGAN PARK 
PIRST TIME OFFERED 

Modern 3-bedrm -_ x? huge 

screened concrete 


I or nonGl. 
Ms 3 


SE —$295 worn 
new dec. 6 Tid 


IGG 1S REAL 
RA. _3- hina 
COL. 
bal 


Tor 


like ent 


det home 4306 
nw Crestwood Open 2-6 
Owner TA. 9-1704 _ 
Colored—aAttention 
Veterans!’ Listen! 
New! New’ 
2-Family Home 


“| Only $250 Down 
Near 15th & H St. NE. 


d you like to bur a home. 
ist floor. and coiect 
the 2¢ floor. makine 

our monthiy vosyments oni 

wenty Dollars Per Mo.? 
Tf you would. leok at this lovely le 
2 emily home. Call EX. 


COL. “7. e u 
at 


| 
. 


Bun 


——— 


orn, 


R IGGS REALTY 


EX. 3- 
COLOR PEN, 2-6 
708 D st. se. Row brick. 6 rooms, 


| 
bsg BROWN co 
| : Fo. 


on Pe 
COLORES 
2-FAMILY—$13,750 
NAME YOUR OWN 
DOWN PAYMENT 
ISZ3E STREET SE. 


7-rm. brk. home in excel 
we. kit & A on en. fi: 


gas excel. 
Call ty to 


{UMPHRIES 


2 MASS. AVE. "ya p-so20 
COLORED—-GI 


1937 LINCOLN RD. NE. 
$395 down! 6 lo roo 


379 
— — 


Lae 
cond 
full 


7-16 : eves.. RA 


Vv 

1420 Belmont St. 
mr Wome 7 usotne 

kit ath ast. 


Por ny pi 
“+ large liv 


N.W. 


to pay this 
a two-rm. 
floor. 


chain Tink 4° 
~ nen. “All of of th 


ean 
vour psn price. own payment 


parr low 
4. GREENE REALTY Co. 
| hi Pia. Ave NW. NO 7-6145 


OPEN, | ‘TIL6 P.M 


22 MILMARSON PL. NW. 
Detach beauty 
,> yt - ist ae 
r. 38 nd den 
4 Die bedr Rec. rees 
on nice . Priced right Ieee. ae 


-2527 
PRESS REALTY CORP. 


KN KNOCK 
Opportunity is jkasckine cue at 
your door. If you have 


5 
One 


All you need is settle 
adout $2 ment <here 


‘h. ofl: conv 
. Jackson, LI. 6- $92. 


] 

RED—$1000 DN. 
KNOTTY PINE REC. ROOM 
Modern 6-rm. brk. 3 bedrms. 2? 
ful! “ar , concrete ’ . re < x. . e 
tat 

TERMS 

6-9230 me, ri -a& 
“COLORED $195 ONT 


2-at 7 and Bn giieh basement 
ck. B.- ite .ens ° 
Move in 
&-7772 of 


nes ‘, 


’ 
NA : 


rm 
sei tlement re 
&t 


-15 ae 


LORED SEM tig 
$495 DOWN $00 T PER. MO 
Love! y SE. section: eo mw : 

baths, recreati 
heat yard. Venetian olinds. m 


Moafertts ey —_ 6 hugr rr 

bamt fine Colo ] 

ork inside, Best buy in * 
KITCHE 


fall 


NS. . Fike 


brick mirror 
4 smesty a recr. fr full 
th in r bedrm. 

OHN Rea eaTte co. 


VACANT™ 
ONLY $195 DOWN 
711 UPSHUR ST. NW. 


simply will be im 
large rms. 


h.-¥. full dsm 
g00d credit. 


619 Maryland Ave. NE. 


A... lovely HT- 
Two ou 
» fall os Excel. tion. 


Must have 


ron 
b-w. 


1252 Columbia Rd. NW. 
Lares, SP cket waco wonton. 


CALL OWNER: 


COLORED—4 &-D NE. 
$195 DOWN, $85 MONTH 
a) 


WN $30 Y MONTH 


9172 

Vacant. 8&-rm. brick: 2 kits : bemt 
or Peat. eeeers Call E. &- 
8580, any t 


rick sotaae Cement rear 
front anz_fine. es. Call ME. 


Secun—ceP 80. DAKOTA AVE 


A_Modern Brick 
$62 PER MO. 


ts) qualify I for this immac.. drk.. 
olonia NOTTY ste REC. 
PLUS KNO PiN DEN 
luxe kit.. all-tile bath hae heat 
enced vard. Call today ‘til 9 p.m 
v. 7 a AP a 
NORTUWES 


NO BOWN PAYMENT 
Is Ridiculous 


) -* rea! n 
lovely landscaped iot 


vacant 


FMAN & CO. 
CO. 5-4056 


COLORED—VETERANS 
UPPER BRIGHTWOOD 


oo ae 


This tapest 
been Gl appro’ oar 
; 750 


a gar age 
EX 4 1450 or 


PRED A. SMITH CO. 


COLORED G1 Dow? . 
FORT DU PONT 5? LA 
§-year-old, 2 and bedr 
detached brick 
house condi 
fenced lots 
tion 10 mi 
Call. now. MRS Cox. LU 
or S17. 3-7368. ATLAS REALTY | CO. 
Colored—246 Madison St. NW. 
$750 DOWN 
Gorgeous m brick 


OC TTCHENS. "aT! AS REALTY 
. —y —— 


_NE. 
‘BH! maid x 
"Get Out the Car” 


CO. 5-4056 | 
D—658 
for dect or 
3 apts 
ee ror , 


gf 


= hich Wek) Ty 5 
4649 DE ANE. AVE 


“COLORED-NORTHWEST 
ior 4 Bedrooms 
1329 GALLATIN ST. 
OPEN SUNDAY, 2-6 


NE 


red yard 


450 
Hi tL REALTY C CO., TA. 9-7881 


HOUSES WANTED, to BUY 65 


CLIENTS wartine—Wwe have buy- 
rge = ho ch 
Ma. 


Bonuan’ ? YOUN 
NEED 6- 8-room > 
or Burle around 
gent. HO. 2. 9078 
BETHESDA- rge okt 


acm — in 


hous eocrgeto 


G 
$20.000 
cna 
HEO KOLB CO. AD. 2 
a ae BUYER OR 
wi 100 
Co. 


Teer lea 
, “- > 
« “VOG5 


000 


' TURAST. if E ality 
offer 


De 


pel 
e 


pr 


JO 


cash 
Mr 
—v dink mat i 


desires to buy 
bedr ns 


4 oan 
rar 
-TH 


3 rm 


ning 
M {-103, Post 


COM] 
RIGHEST , ar 
__ME._8-6575 


SPOT CASH 
1 Vitor DickEY AP 7.8080 
MIGHEST Costner y MB, te i 
; URGENT 


UPPER NW SECTION 
DETACHED OR SEMIDETACHED 
bedrm. home with 2 baths and 


_ 


+ 
" 


mediately Call MR 
|- 3807 


PRIVATE FARTY 

Purchase home *»* 

commercia! Wri 
T-TH 


I WILL BUY vor 
or on tgomery 0 
©. 4-7060. | 


trom 


ALL CASH direct 
Guick service 
8-} _eves 


= 
CASH AT ONCE-—NO STRINGS 
W OX M-410, POST-TH 
ag Cash for Your Home 
_ RE 


~al 1 cae 


VICK ACTIO! 


—anyv 

action 

mo commissior charged DORFM AS 
CoO.. CO. 5-4056 Bs 


SPOT 


No! es, Mda.., 


Homes a,” 
Culmore Realty. “3. 4-650. 


Cu 


I or ST . Pind 
Spt Pon ‘OWNER 
fps .. cash 


for proper 
INCE GEORGES co 


a Free ene. BE 3-3 Day or night 
ch 368 


Ip. D.C or M 


afi ¢ for vour ‘bm 
d? Call | BUDNEY, £ ru 


6-657 


SALE SUBURB. "SUSE 67MD. 
a 


MARYLAND 


mod 
Cc 


. &o. 
2 : mi. D 
ad. $7650. LO. 5-1814 


STILL TIME FOR 


NO DOWN 
PAYMENT FOR 
VETERANS 


at 


INDIAN 
HEAD 
MANOR 


3-BEDROOM 
RANCH HOMES 


$7 3 Prod Month 


pproximately 
Monthly Payment in- 
cludes Interest, Principal, 
Taxes, and Insurance. 


DRIVE OUT S. Capitol St., 
Indian Head Highway (Route 
(201), to signs; just before 
Bryans Road. 


Aderholdt Realty Co. 
(At Site) Riverside 3-538) 
(Office) LOgan 7-3515 


sag hy 


tn FA. 2-Si41, 


2 . 
ee %oi? pm radia! 


~ 
; 


S-story an bage 
0 
idence, recen 
zed. 914-ft. 
. 1 mile fro 


Petes a 


R 
Real estate. Tel. 3311. La Plata. 


Howard County 
NEW ROUTE NO. 29 


a. l'e 
kit garace 
rm. with oa pu 
mile N of No. 21 
Sun An excel. buy at $17. ‘ior 


FOX & WHALIN, INC. 


PA. 4-1292 . PA 5-2439 


YWontgemery County 


7-1633 


Ge 4-2015 


home on 
on ha ra 


ot ae * oe ae a 
state 10 rms.. mod 
frame Manor house with 5 acres, 
. levat ed ove rl look! ne Bennett Creek 
acreage farm 
mod. dweliin 
2 miles nerth of 
75 to for sale 
240. LaGarde, 


_INC., DU. 7 1234 


SANDOZ, 


ALTA VISTA, GARDENS — Large 
ran fire 


FAIRWAY HILLS 


| to Jarvis iane 
Wo COUNTY 
ol 2-5858, 
white brick 
po ne 


BE THE sp A. —Oo|or onjal 


is 
CRANDATLI O 
"Tincaeae aa owne 
brick 
a slot “andeed 
net igndorh ; 


7 4 
ana {f 
ie 


= THESDA 
to row i 
bath Cc ape Cod f 


ez Des 
\ PIBSANL 
7500 


4 10 wt 
BETHESDA BRICK RAMBLER 
4553 FAI theo DRIVE 
atorebie 
aa 


dren will have | 
i 
7 das 


4 


consisting of 
den. 2 bedrms 


ESTATE 


Janey 
— 


An 
ing 


A 


| SDELPRI—1913 Laguna 
4. Mode 
, REA Tonk. OL. | 


READMOND. REAL 
| EM. 3-8875 


‘transportation | 


estaolish led 
large 
smt 

carage 


of 

3-bed room Colont al 
oc ) - Pea | led 

\KORZENDORFER: 


BETHESDA - CARIN JOnN— 
pi. Ur 


ré arge p 
$1) : 500 owner L, 
RE THESDA RAMBLER” 


BETHESDA 
ora it n 
: ar Or e 
$19,950 REALTC 

or 

ARG YR aPOUNTRY” ‘ecu area. I 

eligh 
| 5 


A v "PisAN 


rth Bily er Spr 
veneer Faaabl x, 
development 


BETHE SDA —3 }-bedrm 
bat a 2 . 

and Navy 

“ai $19.500 OL 


Tes wry necorated brick 
rms. (1 pa 
. “at in — Le caulpped 


ith % 
ert 500 KORZEN- 
i 5 


rm 
Medica Conter 


appro ved 
DORFER 5 

BETHESDA 
sale see 


Pat NDA? ; 
] ore Georset 
CO Unty ‘wide REALTY, 
4 


BETHESDA — Sas 


‘| KENNETH BO OWEN 
OL. | 


S58 | 


/7822 HAMPDEN 


ck 


Drea kiast >I 
$15,800 KO! RZENI SORFER. 
. 44,5 5; ac lous fh me ’ 
ear-oigd i 
r irm . 


in wuoper 20 
MRS. WALKER 


COR & CO., 
BETM —DeCiha: ita] 


Pi: 
nancing 


RETHESDA 
On!) ly $2100 cash. ass! ime GI oan 
Spor ess 3 bedrm -Dat 


NO. 


“‘PREDERICK w BERENS 
SALES. INC 
8-5000 


ec pedroom., 2; bath 


av 
me neal tors 


Bradley Blvd. ives 


Rambling r 
signed fa 


bier beautifully 


County Wide Realty 
EXCLUSIVE AGENT 
-5858 Eves. OL. 4-1680 


~ Bethesda. Beautiful 
2-bath brick end frame | 
mh vet separe @ cin-| 
mode tchen, den, 
pos N 


‘wt? 


2 
* 


room, 
basement 


936 Wise Ave., 
ce SS EE a RO 
BURTONSVILLE. 

n 3 b ~~ 


MHwoh, new 
gar... 1% 
10 mins. 
to Meade. 


" Hopkins "Lab. 15 wins. 
ANCHOR POST REA 
Opposite eerie | a ae 


CARROLL KNOLLS 


Three-bed rambler with full 
basement porch 


nient to’ 

pA By “Wil go GI 

“ Voce Pie TEP 
Express bus, school. wm a, rae. 
Pour-bedr ne alf 
pach: Colonial in supaiient neleh- 


ees, pate and Ry 
Wonderful. family 


JAMES C "CONLEY “CO, 


center at 
r tr 


"esidence. 


su see th 
bones tecm > lis. Se ee hs 


the | large 


RETHESDA~ $1508 down ‘and 
i n 0 
INC OL. | 2 


to | 
i 


le Dui ilt- ei 


‘Woodmoor Agency, Inc. 


— 67™D.. 


~~ 


FLOWER AVE... AREA 
OPEN, 2 “TIL 6 P. M. 
9013 WALDEN ROD. 


Wie, | fincbee } J-room. 
Pen vet. er 
Fear bored room. eas t. screened 


Seay built -t 
afisnoral a 


ae wee 


“Ste. é-1 4) 
transp 


financing. 
Piney 


S, 


fe seo 


en, then left to 


~P Ess REALTY CORP. 
937, 1Sth BT. NW. ST. 3-916 


Rew ames under qenctraes 
chan 
suit 
make an apot 
will be submitted—no obliga. | 


mas rai 
and 
$13.9 9$0 to 
os bull 
JERRY COOK 


ret rices Fanae irom 
Contract “price inclu 
vers -Watkins Bide 
Ac 


mh AVE. pA 
| OPPAPPROVED nS eo) 


ATT. BRICK RAMBLER BED 


qd LIV By PIREPL.: PULL | 
| 4 aPPRO - $18 500 | 


' d 

land 
House has 6 comf. rms 
firepl.. 
bemt.. 
arpiem ris. ij ure 


. Ce 
4-0116. J. Wesley Buchane n. 


» MD. 


AOS Bn Be Bo 
saen! "tae family with , ildren 


maculate wis. vase Cod. aa 
rec 


tached garage "neat cabin” Jobs | 
trolley. good sch Shown 


“Tins fF BS. 


= Lepee. 


$18. vated 


HUGE REDE MS. DEN. PULL | 
GI i PPAOY $12,200 


man ndi homes call 
JU 5. 5555, or ne aa -3575 j 
moor Agency, Inc.| 

le 10 to 6 
GERMANTOWN—1 ‘2 -story. white 
bungalow near Germantown. Larce 
liv. z™.. din rm... kitchen on first 
— R 4 ie and bath on sec- 
Call Mr. Umberger G ith the rte Jobe ‘Cait eSmbere- 
a r e a =| at r snru 7 a r. Umberg- 
590-W-13. J WESLEY | Gaithersbure $90- Ww. J 
1ANAN._ INC 


INC BUCHANA) 4 
ares: ECHO HEIGHTS—2-yr-cld KE aitcToN —Homewood 3 bed- 
brick rambler: 3 bedrms.. den, r din paneled 


full rms. hy rm.. 
basement; wooded lot. Under $§20.,- schools and recreation 
000. OL. 4-1735 _ 6-4520." 


en. 
center: ‘under. $1 4,000. OL 


CHA 
GATTHERSBY RG. “WD 


pore "Ga. KENSINGTON - - $13 
bat 


Por appetatmens to see these and KENSINGTON-— Detached 


CORN PNT TON AL 
w Hampshire Ave. Ext 
NO sain - turn left on 
hindler i bik. and rt. to 1122 
Nolicrest Dr 
Oall Mrs Piatt. 


JU. 9-5708 or HE 


_4-2671, 


KENSINGTON, $14,750 "U2-3318 


4-BEDROOM CAPE COD 
Attractive fenced wooded \iot 
venient 2 pnoowee qa transpor- 
a 2¢, 
4, 
oor 


oon 
rear porch Oe "wiht outside 
entrance Call LO 34900 a 
[UGGINS & HARRISON 
ealtors 


950 Laree x 
2 Living 
fireplace, 

; ; hot water heat. 


~ bed. | 
brick Colonial on wasueitel | 
Fireplace in living room, 
and severe 


room 


Fs 4900 any 
HUGGING & MARRIBON REAL. 
KENSINGTON — = $14. 7 3b 


insu 
7-9019 (no arts. please) 

Knowles. ieft 

eit 1 Dik ) 


oon! 


3 


' 


~| 


huge LAYTONSVT" IE 
ttr 


OPEN SUNDAY, 2-6 


hog Gown. 681.45 principal, 
nes and insurance. 


3507 DUPONT AVE. 
Bein car mat Be 
Detached home: liv rm., firepl. 

bed 


din. rm.. equip. kit.. 2 nice 
side ae porch 


a. *s Sein 


ht + pe 3-bedrm 
.,! at eee ait. 

for §& 6.500. 
EALTORS. OL 


gr es 5 


Reduced te 


We Mrs 
wooD—Deli 


| PINEY BR. RD.— 

| brick veron/a). 
| bathe; shaded 

ju 8-1053 | 14.000, $1000 dn. assume attr. 


oan 
KENSINGTON- HOMEWOOD __J. Victor Dickey—AP. 7-8080__ 
$250 down. assume 4° ROCKVILLE _New 3. ere brick 
with 2d trust. ji bik rambier. Large (Jivin room with 
tary sc)ool and supervised summer’ fireniace. Mothers Dream atk ie 
recreation for children thet basem Sent eee caee y. $13.775 


rambler, level. shaded jot Wil 
'oD §-0807. REALTY OL. 22-5868. Eves 
4-1690_ 


ROCKVILLE 
BY OWNER—$11, 950 


3-bed Cap Cod Desirab! . 
Twinbrook : bedrm desisned | 
h + 


-bed 
wll 
ot 


KENSINGTON — By owner 
Cape Cod. 4 sedrms., 2 baths. 

air-condit ioner 
Quiet sect. close to 
shopping. recreation cen- 
_4-0064. 3023 Ferndale. 
AREA—PFarmetic 
substantial older home 
accessibie. on 20- 
and bath: neat! 
encl. porch: out 
gs ane. stream 

by 


Call an FV 
J. Wesley Buchanan. Inc 
r area—Just com - 
drm 
elec. kit 
day!! a bemt.. carace 
lot. Mid -twen- | 


LO 


an 
ed shaced and 
u 


ides: 2 wells. s 
$20 000. 
-9} 


No agents 


pleted, 
2 b seeing | 


~ erea 
$73 


kcrest 
11.050 
A ' 4-95256 


-_ 
By owner _G 


or 
1604 FOREST GLEN 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES By 
Sunday, May 27, 1956 


——=| 382,000 
Daily 
Circulation 


means quicker sales results 
for Washington Post and 
Times Herald classified aa- 
vertisers. To place your ad 


Phone . 
REpublic 7-1234 


| SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67 MD. 


RALD- 
ou. 


a 
ILVER. SPRING, MD. 
RD. 


2 bedrms. and bath ist. fl. Sue. 
fin. bedrm fi 


| “CONVENIENT FINANEING 
Call a. 
R. HUMPHRIES 


ve nee (=, ane. 
ve 


fireplace, , om. * kite 
oom and 
rooms 


pana. Ws 
tran ortene 


AR 
e024, 


SILVER SPRING 


Ben PIPRCE DRIVE ‘4 Corners) 
Colonial, surrounded by dig 
trees. liv. r a rma... Kit. 


-$052. “* no answer. 


S'ILVER SPRING—3-becdroom 
BIDE REALTY to 522, 950 W 
pg en 
‘SILVER SPRIN 
850 ILLS: 3-bedrm t colonial. 417-800 


acreage r equity. or what 


SILVER SPRING 


exclusive neighborhood: 

2 %e-dath bric m- 
Evins rm. with fire- 
dining rm.. 10x13 ali- 
utility rm. nm one 


Silver Spring—Glenview 
Just the Anencing will sell vou 
ac. white brick rambler 


In an 


; r 
electric kit ' oe 
mirror wall around frepl., 


ge. Pas 
r rpet 

» Tooms baths, $22 950. 
_5-0807 


we 
ST. JOUNS PARISH—Like new a 
bodr rambler =e 5% fore Only 


a + Col, oe 

about. e 
‘TAKOM PARK — 

move, ii; Ga rand Ave 


ee a, 
3; wit ha bsmt. #1480 cry rents for. 
| rims, 14860, 


I iG—Must 
sell below GI apprats al. 

drms.. cen brick an $1800 
full ¥ equip it. full *“smt. 
LO 4-0823 


as low Ly 


‘Continued on 


fIEH 


TODAY 


re me 


Montgomery County 


st Open! 
rn eevex rambler. 3 


n arest.| Bethesda Hideaway 
le D FIRST SHOWING 
OPEN 2 TO 6 
Off the street and behind «a high | 
edge es a custom-built white 
brick rambler and show place gar- 
; R s8US 


dens. CT 
WERE THERE 


The property includes 2'4 lots with 
:| Ba 3-Seatoes of 165 ft. Rambler 
Ss a Je 


“Plorida” 


| 
| 


d. 
on rasense st. to 19th pi 
} to open sign 


Peel ‘Realtor. HE. 4- 
SPANNOCKBURN 
6309 E. HALBERT RD 


y owner and builder. See to ap 


and 
h 


BETHESDA 
GREENWICH VILLAGE 
LANE 
1 TO 6 


home in this 
nl eper priced 


9 JOHNSON AVE 
TO + Out Old Georgetown 
Rd and left on Johnson Ave. to 
our OPEN SIGN 


J. Wesley Buchanan, Inc. | 


OL 
EXCLU atv . NOENTS _ 
RETHFEDA'’s too buy. if you want 
near element ary, high or par 
fast tran«po! rtation and 


OPEN, 


Charming Colonial 


ci east space 
rec 
level 


Brad 
Jeft on 


lot 


ley. right 


Dp rect ons : 
“ Hampden 


ane 
a. 

Billingsley Realtv Co 
. Wise, Avé. EM. 2-2326 


‘7 
i 


vacant 
“quic x! 
asies ‘ 
Drive out today 
thwy on Wis 
Chestnut 
Iz 


, 
2. 


—Ed Semect By pop. 

locatio A laree 8. | 
oom 2-bath saeaenes Shea toot. 
. tile 06 
BETHESDA-BRADLEY HILLS. ep igearessug, See 


OPEN 


SE ESDA 
PRICED IN THE 20's 
OPEN, 1-6 


A delightful combination Pe _Old 
Worl ! 5 


BRAND NEW COLONIAL HO 
P 
grown srens 
ith « charm 
English 
ige 


AL ME 
RIME RESIDENTIAL 
Att pedtive me ct lot studded 
iving rm 
fireplace wall 


a moder 
Custom designed 


baths. study and first floor powder 
room. Cool screened porch with 
complete privacy. Garage. Large 
patia and a host of ether features 
that make this today’s 
Owner leaving city 
bivd. beyond Wilson 
+a Ar.1 Left a 

o our 


t N SI 
SHANNON & LUCHS CO. 
| $000 Conn. Ave. NW. KE. 7-1800 

BETHESDA 
4708 Bdeefield Parkwood 
rooms 
Bedroom 
for the first 
Will be GI 
1:30. 


SUIT You. 
7100 FAIRFAX RD. 


't RECTIONS Out Wi iscons' ‘nm 
ve. left on 
4 le to Pairfax 


biks. to Open House 


JOSEPH KINSKY 


ST. 3-531 
& Sunday 


4 bed- 


De . V 
Eve OL approved Open trom 


4-5574 


9435 Rosehill Drive—Overlooking 
Bethesda Country Club - 
rooms, 2 baths er 

reation room . lo’ 

s0's. Gl approved. "Geen from 2 


— THE SDA-—-Shady yd. & porch 

Holy Redeemer. Parkwood Ele- 

and Kensington Junior 
nelehborhood 

ussevy Pkwy —5-bedroom 

brick Colonmiai, recrea- 

tion room, maids’ rm be 

| his ekend. Price has been 

ae 7 reduced to $32,500 to 


EM. 2. 2216 FOR DIRECTIONS 


MERRYFIELD & WOODS so 
BRADLEY HIL' 


4614 De R 
center hail 


Wisconsin a’ €. 
o Sew left to Roxbury. 
_OL. 7-2744 


heft 


‘take 


Oy IW NER 


on Singleton ¢d I's 


‘to 6D m. Sun 
cal) LO. 4-7017,) 


Open 
form 


BETHESDA $25.950 


BRAND NEW! 


YOUR OWN DECO- 
N THIS AL ene 


playhouse: 20 in 
By Fe $20,950 


®. right to On rivele 
t to Fri. Jett to 5304. 
“BURNT MILLS—$19, 950 


Brand-new, 3-bedroom. 2->b 


a* 


CHOOSE 

RATING O 

SPLIT-LEVEL READY 
WEEKS 


OPEN 


I Redreat . 
00 


nearing completion. This i 
exce Lent area 


Center hall plan, 
separate dining 
baths. screened 

tion room. ful o 
Ideal convenient ae where 
property retains its value. 


8908 RIDGE PLACE 


West 
9 


tewood. con- 
ood 1 full block. to, 
PE IGN 
GEORGE L. BROWN, JR. 
REALTOR 
_5-9420 If mo answer. JU. 9-369) 


—— 


DIRECTIONS 

Georgetown Rd. 
Wisconsin Ave 
Ra. left 9 biks 
right ‘e-bik. to Open House 


JOSEPH KINSKY 
ST. 3-53 
EVES. & SUN. RA 3-226 


BU RNING TREE 
CLUB AREA 
$32,500—OPEN. 


Larse Southern Colonial brick 
home on over a half acre of wood 


center hall 

Plan. Huge screened porch club- 

room. and lots of other 
won't he 


BETHESDA, PARKWOOD 
THE EASTERNER 


~New brick 
in desian 


left B 
PEN SIGN 


SHANNON & LUCHS. CO. 


5000 Copn Ave. NW. KE. 17-1800 
CHEVY CHASE, MD. 
4116 BLACKTHORN ST. 
OPEN, | TO 6 
Attractive home, lovely eeation 
raulisped ; bath’ 


a 
kit ms.. 
THe CASTERNER” iD ous ok Moth “Im garage 
at or Conn. ave.. left on 


CLOSE IN | ; Ad 7 _ntaple. to 


BILLINGS! ney REALTY co 
521) Wis. Ave 


CHEVY CHASE 


ro PEN 


10117 WILDWOOD DR 

split level, outstanding 

and value. hae 

sep in 

modern stestete fit 
baths 


sign 


8912 WHITNEY - Deluxe genter 


loan VA appraisal 
Piney “ranch rd. 
left to } yg ave.. 

right 


2410 SEMINARY RD. 


baths. 
‘Gre 


ful ae 9 tele "Sed 
*. and een 
“CHEVY CHASE 
KIRKSIDE 
TWO FINE = 
JPEN, 


You sf 
Re a] ew roe o. mig 
) jan ce, 
So tee cs Ry J bedres.| 
&.. 
Bia ist floor; powder room, 
age. Owner mpat chevy aulekly 
ig ‘cine 
. righ blocks 


ATT. BRICK HOME-1% 
rm... 


4 - 


Out Ga. ner | 
to Seminary rd.. jeit to 410. 


OPEN, 1 TO DARK 


JU. 99-5555 


BET HESDA 
4833 LELAND ST. 
OPEN, 2 t TO 6 3 
t EageghThall Stat 
3 “. 


CHEVY CHASE 
EXCELLENT FINANCING 
OPEN, 2 TO 6 
3203 COQUELIN TERR. 


4-bedrm. brick Colonial with Ist 
Ses oor . bedroom, 2 screened 
porch. separate ai ning room 
cellent 60x17 0 ft 


a’ £0 


ROCK CREEK HILLS 


3400 BEXHILL PLACE 
a 4 SUN. 1-6 P.M. 
iit 2-year-old split leyet. 
very attractive livin 

. beautiful Sitchen. 

; eaqrms. and 2 
above-ground 

iso gezoguee 


casvs CHASE FIND—Obdvious'y a 
® package exterior beauty in) 
prick and pianti nes Interior, 

armth in dec and roomines 
Proot of continuing popularity of 
] b 677.950 


nd ieft to 
ALLIED Rr ALTY. OL 
. EM. 2-879 


trust ee ale CHEVY “CHASE CHOICE — Oilers 


to East 
to ‘Jones Mi h 
Terr.. right 


ria h , 
Coaueiin 
open sigh 


burr N. Johnson Co 
3-877 2-0642 


EM 
“CHEVY CHASE t CIRCLE 
KIRKSIDE 
5 BEDROOMS—OPEN 


Modern Colonial brick residen 


cK: 
Grait nm 


OPEN 2-7 
SHANNON & LUCHS CO 
9000 Conn. Ave. N.W. EE. 77-1800 
CHEVY CHASE 
$18,500 
EASY TERMS— OPEN 


z” 
ght to 
ie 8912 


aid See tucHs cO 
5000 Conn. Ave. NW. E. 7-1800 
CHEVY CHASE 

7105 Georgia St, 
OPEN, 12 TO 6 

A brand-new brick 

rambler just being 

oe intere wallpaper 

ored trim th the nat 

ished cabinets "ane 

tops 


. a welcome change and 
ual planning anda 


ar 
' 


Taylor then ; 
then left to the proper: y and our 
open sign 


7108 WESTERN AVE, 


ma ; indi- 
“deatenad quality homes 
under $30.000 and over ne 
desirabie 
residence 
oy living. room, p 
oom. «class-encilosed 
one “neated ami ¥ room with 


on Ww 
o No +108 and our open sign 


7213 DELAFIELD ST. 


i 
insu- 
= a quiet 
heme owner where it 
is safe for the ehh iren “end a real 
pleasure for Lj 
reac Out Conn 
Chevy Chase anc continue 4 bic 
to beyond Braciey jan 
to Thornapple 
continuing across Brooxvil 
afield st.. then right 
the property and our open sign. 


6024 WESTERN AVE, 


CHEVY CHASE 


7 
Lacated in the villege. Just 
blocas from Chevy Chase Cir 
Rittenhouse st inter 
mmending terraced lot with 
tree ‘Tans- 
dist rict 
blo —_ 
dence includes first floo 
or large den with full Keik tully 
equipped kitchen with dishwasher 
isposal! and ample costae, apace. 
family-size dining room : 
municating wee livin 
a very attre tive RY. 
large Fn hs. 
Ird eae oe 


operated | 
Chevy Chase Circle. 
east: on Weatern ave 
the property on the 
open sign. 


t bi 9 
left at our 


4818 De Russey Pkwy. 

HZEVY CH 

Ideal oesenneneal 
pres tically new 
work- say nz 


_ roomsé 


residence with 
fi equipped 


arden 
2 iar rhe colored 


ste 


Priced 


con- 


orage attic 
Out Wisc. ave 


at our Py 


Edw. H 


-IN, 
4 BEDRMS.—2 BATHS 


so very convenient 
schools. 


N, 
DI ONS 


DE. 2-1136 


*} 


Bees 


destaned ventilating fan, | 


edroom. stun- 


$021 Wisc consin A EM. 3-5600 

POTOMAC -_ OLEN “HILLA. Open 
1-6. Attract! ‘ve 

rar custom- oui 


new = se cond : ’ 
= Be K rhCHEN. 
Out 
il} 


53-8600; 


INDIAN SPRING PK. (SS) 


52720 Dn. 


te tl —— = 
ws mm 


re 


To REACH: 
: Ré 


‘) 
HILLS Open ‘Sun 
ful wh ork 
a- —- w ls dows 


EV! ROCK CREEK 
100x125 to 6 Beaut 
to in ‘iy ° and 


Colesvi 
to $507 GARWOOD. 


-8165 
POBIAK & POBIAK 
KENSINGTON—420.¢ 00 GI C ust om- 
bull t brick mobler corne yt 
landscaped 


a ‘bath: “lst fi 
and baths 
pch Gar ete. 

and 
5-9075 rss 


$34 $00. “OL 


Walk t 
W Montgo: n- 
124 Ca)- 
r. Jones 
INC. OL 


et ERWOOD- FOF REST 


13609 Sherwood Forest Dr. 
ere SUN., 2-6 


brick and 
‘wooded acre lot 


a Maa PARK 
OPEN SUNDAY, 12 TO6 P.M 


You E find thie custom-built brick 
beat 


Pp 
kitchen Basement —— 
Gerase and 
Out Mass 

left on Mar 
sign. Call 


Besut ta al 
oom 
Oniy 


r 

$36. 
TO RFACH 
Goldsboro 


rd.. 


bury to 
ooi2 | Open NA &8- 
_SIDNEY Z. MENSH & CO. INC, 
KENWOOD PARK 
OPEN, 12 TO8 P.M 
DON’T DREAM TOO LONG 


This breath-taking white 
rambler overlooking 
newest prestige comm 
aWaitinge your ins spect ion 
bat! § 


* 
- 


kitehen 


s call HE 4.798 
CHESTER H. KELLER 
REALTOR JU. 5-71 
SiL SPG . OF DALE DE 
Mont -Bia 8) 
CENTER- “HALL “rambler, 
rm j 


drms 
yli¢ht 


‘twin: size be 
vel a 


ease BF. Open a daily "til dark ‘Low 30s. 


SILVER SI SPRING RAMBLER 
19000 SE ELLER 8ST 
Wome at ani 13.! $8. 78 PER MO 
’ ’ ing din 
then, with satbane 
mes bemt. new 
Bia eertOws "Out 
. Denn! Ss. Richt on 
0 Left on Inwood 
Richt on Wind- 


ham Lane o Kelle 
READMOND REAL ESTATE 
TU. 2-66} EM. 3-8675 
SILVER ooo ~3-bedroom brick 
ar r. 


5 


error 


r ’ 
mean cisappointm ent See uu 
ay 


Out 
Rd 
Mode 


DNEY z “ree | - eto. INC 


Pradiey Bivd 


Mass 


We Want 


INDIVIDUAL HOME BUYER 


ONE TO RECOGYVIZE SPECIAL 
DESIGN SV SLIT ZY AND 


6104 MASS. AVE. 


This is mass- produced 
The 30-ft rombir ing- 
dining ares anadtaeien 
rivate sTrounds—-and 
ul at that 


Ave Ext New Homes 
leaving 
quick sale dy 


err Spring— —Woodmoor 
10320 CRESTMOOR DR 
Open Sun. -6 oe = bricl 


story. Se nie Kit en, 
3 grape oy 5 reened porch: 
tall 


AN 


° 4 
> 
at 


not 


rn 
= r > om Prestmoor 
beauti- 50 


Chester H Keller JU. 5- 7100 


’ SILVPR SPRING 

24058 COLSTON DR 
$29 000—AIR-COND 

MOD. 195.1 OWNER-BUILT 

BRICK RAMBLER 


from 
to 


larg the 
the 
are 
sae 


© doors open 
ow room 
c 


% labors” of 
cooking 


Home is Priced Far 
Below the Area 


Ext is 


Ave on 


00! in and 
chur ches. 4 bio ks 
NOON TILL DARK 


JOSEPH KINSKY 


ST. 3-5311 Eves. & Sun. OL. 6-3759 


Vi 
ping center and _ stop, 
Dist ine moving te C 
eiow market 
71-8190 for im- 


reer | 
409 WILLIAMSBURG Dr 
OPEN, 1 TO 6 


$1000 down purchase tiris 
arse, , rambler ving room 
ne ve, a ed kit., 


a 


HEVY CHASE wil 


+ Si 
; basement a " 
‘% bath. Semi-recreation rm. Nice aoe acre 
wooded lot. Two blocks to elemen- 
tary school, One block tranap 
TO REACH: Out Conn. 
Kensington pkwy. Richt 
liworth. ieft ?. Montgomery 
our 4 "EN SIG 
ALTY BROKERS NC 
EM aati. S804 Connecticut 
OAKHURS\ 
New Subdivision 
BURTONSYILLE MOD. 


brick rambiers. 
for inspection: Sectheana” hot 
heat; over ‘y-acre iots: ‘ 
shopping (On 


fepects and 
RAWAL ARMS 


BY OWNER 
eharming 3bedrm 


on 


S211 Wis. Ave EM__2-2328) 
Westmoreland Hills 
4520 JAMESTOWN ROAD 
FIRST OFFERING 


Fine brick pome- on large corner! 
lot tcenter-hall olan and in ver- 
fect condition Beautifully and- 

ped with patio an aa 
Louy re-enc osed 
‘¢ 


overlooks 
kitchen hes break! 
"lacie with fireplace and 
m compietes the cround 
} Three bedrooms and two 
7. plus ample closet space on 
d loor. Paneled 
fireplace: 
two-car 
ricec at 


SUNDAY. "2.7 


OBEN" 
At Westmoreland | 
ae dr rive down Dale ari a Drive | 


left to ho 
ta dameste REALTY COMPANY 


’ 
pore 
owder 


. 


6” 


a 


rd. right to is 


eee ean 


~ PARKWOOD 


4 BEOROOMS-—-$ 20, 230 
Attrective brick yt} 
throughout. Main floor “consists of 
ii ro with ‘ac 

room, kitchen. specious 
reh: 2d floor 


—— aS 


OPEN, 1-7 
DE LUXE RAMBLER 
CUSTOM-BUILT 


3 


Bil LLINGSLEY REALTY CO. | 


: uu: : 4 
: : ace. : ST 

m e eo") levels — houses 
' e ‘¢ 3 


“SPENCERVILLE | 


2402 es DRIVE 
SILVER SPRIN “EST 6 seo 
| New Tambien 19 
3 BEDRMS 900 AE 
a Subdivision) 
just complete 
wooded jot Fireplace. | 
Reece segi-onnce 


Beautiful 
lonial: side scr 
that % contains 11, 
Directions “Out 
mond St. Right to 3517. . » Rave 
mond § 

GEORGE W. BAUSERMAN 
aU..2-5444 __ Byes.. LO. 5-4087 
Beet 1% ACRES 

| OPEN SUN., 2-6 


HEN’ Sktunbay AYD SUNDAY 
8 

(Colesville 

gome 

on beminar y ra. appt 

pd Bi had Drive, left 1 bik 
EREDERICK W. BERENS 
SALES, Inc., JU. 7-7700 


$15,950 RAMBLER 


full day) fr rd te 
ti Piney Br 


iks 
to 2402 


Cox ke co. 
4-BEDRM CAPE COD” 
NEAR ST. ah SCHOOL 


New 3- bedrm . 


> Forest Glen rd. } 
rest Grove dr left 
pe M _BERNSTFIN we 7 


CO. 5-3533_9t29 


~ VACANT 


$1500 Sewn. sesame oe ‘oan $108 
%. Dedrm 


tn t 


from. _Metho a! st 


6-55) 
OLN EY AREA-$14, 740 


2 ACRES 


OPEN, 1 TO6 


, what you've been 
. y 


8 brie! 
decorated 4 biks to Oven House 
C. LONG REALTY, BO. 2. 4794 
301 PI NEWOOD AVE 
NORTHWOOD PARK 


e, right on Tucker | 
mile to our open é.gn 


HUGGINS & HARRISON, INC. 
_ LO, 5-4900 10615 Conn, Ave._ 
Nr. Walter Reed Annex 
CHARM FOR $15,950 


Brick co lon al with den and 3 bed- 


urn 


7 
Is and shepeing. Trades ae 
sidered 

S°ZN SUN. 1 TILY & 

EF. BI LANCHARD, Rea'tor 

TU. &-8600 


~ SOMERSET HOMES 
BOTH OPEN, | 
4606 DORSET aes 
6 like new 3-bedroom. 3 
center hall brick rambler conte 
: , FERS On ~~ ms poae ae B+ huge a 
3908 Stanton Ave 


arrow ‘signs to 


BETTER THAN NEW! 


This. bright cheerful brick colonial | "@ out 
: Ave. (First 


ft to OPEN sign. 
1808 ESSEX AVE. 


Here i a Ene bric) Colonia! 
, ty r 


ine 


cone 


JaMes ol 4 CONEY & CO. 
2525 Ge. Ave. Tel. JU. 99-4134 
OPEN TODAY 
SILVER SPRING 

7913 Piner Branch Re 

home on corner jot: 4 voerm s.. 2‘ 
baths un _poreh, ; mod 
ern. To 
_PRINGL® REALTY 


Assume Gl ee 
$19,500 IST TRUST 
Open Sunday, 2-6:30 P.M 
ONE YEAR OLD 
SPLIT LEVEL 


a bedrm wonder house 
rec. rm 


iev 


Fame as above follow! 
Surrey. left i meee 
right te OPEN 


CROSS & PERRY, "INC. 
~ 8806 LOWELL” iba 
OPEN, 2 TO 6 


Rel lahtful 4-bedrm. 2-bat 
in wonderful 


-) 


Er 


6- 


in worn- 
full hamt 
cones P| lo 

rm moO 
; rm wi 


OL. 4 * =. 
i ~ OPEN. 2TO6 
"uel to rm 3-hbedr bric Colon‘a — 
th ‘treo! he ol fe he yard f - 
casn ot ma ake ar 
lock. right 


Directions 
to Avena, 


Georgetown Prep bi a +73 
; ’ CHESTER H. KELLER 
Realtor itaem ; JU 27400 
‘STOP LOOKING 
CHECK OUR SPECIAL 


LISTINGS FOR THIS WEEK 


LANGLEY PARK 
8316 NAVAHOE DR. Delightful 
3- bec rm home i din. rm.. el 
l‘% baths. rec. rm i bar. 
Pri ce re educed for quick sale 
INDIAN SPRING VLLAGE 


right to 


BETHESDA Raat TY co 
oie RRR 


OPEN, 12 TO DARK DAILY 


Halpine Village 
Rockville, Md 


“EMPRESS” 


SPLIT LEVEL 
stags 


3-bedrm ho 


Clo 
NORTH CHEVY. CHASE oD 
CONN. AVE Vales yedueed for 
pare f mbler on cor 
pedis geaatons liv- 
edrms. sep. din. rm. 3} 
recreation room 


INC. 


full baths. 


LEO A ORYER & bh, 


OPEN 


10720 GEORGIA AVE. 


sections sold out 
then now open 
deNvery 


“THE EARL” 


RAMBLER 
$15,750 


this weekend. 
h 


for i 


2% baths. 
asking $27,250 


CHEVY CHASE 


new houses. 2 ramblers 2 split 
ery 


en ing 


nn. Ave 

ton Parkway ret os - ° inverness 
Bt to mriesty 

our open sig 


PARKWOOD 


10131 CEDAR LANE 
2% bathe. wie va 
) Spele family can 3 


Chur hes poarey A terri! ic 


Directions: Out Wisconsin 
Ave. to Food 


Pw oe 
= pepstons: 


Fore 
mi ie “tollowing 
signs Ardennes 


at 


pine Rd, of 


directional 
ee, hom 
turn ieft 
Ardennes Ave. 


hen 


bamt 


d bath: 
anc has exire galanes room and 
e 
1TO6 ) 


bath. Shaded 
OPEN, 

4502 CONIFER ST. 
DIRECTIONS: Out Wis. ave just 
past Naval Medical Center to 
Cedar lane, right te Conifer. left | 
HUGGINS & R MN. INC. | 

RAMBLER 
7313 MAPLE AVENUE 
CHEVY CHASE 


ine. ‘room 1 “til with a hall ltv- 


‘WELL LANDSCAP 
ome ually attr. 4-becrm., 
e ; iv 
spat ous di n 
tra 
nel 
bas heat tenehnes | 
home: eee y, decorated 
Out Colesville 2%. 
Cpene? re. rt 
rd 
x Salle 


igier & Co, se Fas 


Yes! Goes w/this 3-bedrm. brick 
rambler, fenced rear yard, pole. 
tewers aad ty 4 trees: 


> tl rey , eo ppd 


Georgia ave. left on 


aad bai tata > Paris to avegetes 


ena 
ee co. #98 5h 764 | 


ben and | 


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van. psig.” lett" 
C. LONG REAL 


Riekhzy 


model hom 


| Rockmont Construction 
orp. 
MD 


: “ave. to Cedar 
ne and right te cur epen sien, 


A House for the Handy 


with 


ROCKVILLE, 


rote. hae MD. - | 


> on Persim- 
By on free Ro. & cae re soi level. i 


. eft on Knowles 
Brainard - right on 
to n sign. 


SILVER SPRING 


9301 GLENVILLE oe 


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be no 2a 
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Sunday, May 27, 1956 


IST and TIMES HERALD 


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SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67 MD. 
MARYLAND 
Montgomery County _ 
SILVER SPRING 


- 
. 
> 
: 


Immediate Occupancy’ 


split level. front to rear, 

er. pyperate | p—_ -sized din- | 
. 2% baths 
sane 


er modern features 

provide 

suit your income. $21,! 
consider contingent 


"| DEVELOPMENT CO 


a 
gn 5 th 
xf 9- 9890. 


ood on the property 
marvel investment Co. 
15th St NW 


: SPRINGBROOK 


Acres 
suc cces sful man, 


ao own payment. 

oil heat. 
Ridgeway 
eekda ors 


JU 


: 


” Ridge 
cao price ~ aby 
rs old. Pireplace. 


vy 
compiete kitchen 
n 


: ° 
‘tha t looks out over flagst one 
bea utiful un ict 


ell. modern 
= complete fenced with 


arranee good 
Shown by appt. Call Mr. 


Sti WAN brotHers 


with 


WHEATON— $14. 250° | 
bed i liv 


ramp! er 


Zi Y OU} ONIN 
DEN > 
OPEN 2-6 


1808 ARC OL A AVE 


tee -~~— ous brk. ramble 
: ep din rr 
a tomat ic 


e q 


lge 


aeyes: fully ins 
payment and ass ume 


Out Geo ria ave _past Wheaton to 
reol to hou 


5 
Possess 
tT rcome 


“Availab! e non-Gl, 
an 


107). 

wil 
aualify $350 an 

cach 8 ve $1 


tor Dick AP 
vens MILL VILLAGE #5500. a 
; — ean ~be 
A er = | . 
son lot Ot. 8. ME. a isei 


8 ui LL “VILLAGE —Completely 
redec. edrm. bi $2 


New gol jenial 


Foor. * atts 


GE “Kitchen: "3s. -year. “fi- 


Wood Ace Constr. Corp. 


Vea Or 


- 


financing availabie; 
45. on 
lenmont Open 
: GI ‘or non- Gt. 
: r witt iZ 
pien'y of storage 
vy m & ni 
shools. bus and 
Ave. 
t 


f ond fl. cont ains. 
pceh. Re 
a.-c heat 


; ™ 
J. LES ot ALS & BON 
Eves. WO. 6-2362 


$1 5,950 
4 BEDRMS.—2 BATHS 


Army officer transferred and sell- 
ing this lovely brick home on a 
quarter acre of trees 

Srate dining room, 


smi 


sum 
m. GRAHAM & 


eK 9 to 8 
liver Spring 
location. le 
PR 


with split ] 
BS. rm.. 3 twin bedrms ~«@ 
th outside entr. Conv 
and We 
nm Cols 


e to 
xu 


Wg 
5-9184 *ho775 C 


available 4s oso. 70 297 
Oren SUNDAY 


dust 


living room| 
fireplace and 
ming onto terrace 

“level ay 3 e7>y bedrooms and 


L: Out Georgia ave 
rd.. left ta Pe ndle 
to ‘Highview. ight 


huse x 
re 


to Vier 


Y 
LO. 4-7200 "til 9:30) 


201 1OOR 7 TERRA 
vely 3-bed — 


=. 
© It bat 
features. GI by 
i t Colesville 
to Cres 


. Ar, 


Old | 


A :” 
tmoor, right 


: y. Gall 
et Ww. ee 
SALES, INC. NA. 8-5000 


2-bath home 
tous 


lot. 
repie . dig Rite h- 


: 
IMPANY, Liisa 
MISSI 
this brick Cape Cod 
seer bemt. and un- 


ful" ted 


ooms 
> Seo ‘peane yard fence 


4 MO-Gl 


financial | 
850 


ceals or 


an ¢x-| 
se-in Siiver 
setting and} 


$105 per month.! 
5-708 NA.| | 


itchen, | 
estate | 
A | mar ine town. Priced | 


. BERKSHIRE Sid a 


¢ | OXON HILL REALTY BE 17-3600 


SALE SUBURB, HOUSES 67MD. 
MARYLAND 
Montgomery County 


Ste re 


: ».6-3600.. 
ir %E FOLLOW ING 


SELECTED 
HOMES 
IN, IDEAL 

LOCATIONS 


ROLLINGWOOD 


bedrooms, 2' paths.. 


OPEN D 

2016 JA 

ew - 
with lee. living rm. 


elec tit. fu: 
rec 


desirable section 


i + this 
$22 vee. Cups to schools. shops. 
a CAROZZA CO. LU. 


‘rans 


ts 1. 2 428 
5 Han ery special, 2- 
bedrm. masonry home. equip, kit 
outbulid. 
7 te: king $7960. “Haute 
i 5 - 
Fee BGARTY CO 7. 
0 AP. a eonO 
HYATTSVILLE 
Two brick Cape Cods, liv. » din 
ing room, kitchen, expandibie ~ 
tic 3 ® to schools and transp. 
ERVIN R 4 


: $39.500 
BETHESDA 


bedrooms. 1% beths $2 


WESTMORELAND HILLS 
bedrooms. 2 bathe . 827,950 


UPPER 16TH ST. 


bedrooms, 2% baths.. 


GLENMAR PARK 
bedrooms, 1% baths. ...821.500 


ROCK CREEK HILLS 
bedrooms. 2 baths A 


Exclusive With 
W. Cc. & A, N. MILLER 


bee pate 
Builders and Developers ¢ 

falley 

“4904 | frame. 1% baths, mod- 


_ ers, 
r asemen t. 

LIST YOUR HOUSE WiTH Us ern double corner jot. $19,500 314 
| ——_______________—-_| German Avenue. Laurel. Maryland. 
: OPEN TODAY, 1 TO 6 ube d. 
| KILMAROCK Lovely 3 bedrm.. 

: th. ali-brick Cape Cod 

wi Located on beautiful 
to everything. ail 


— 


x12 separate dini ne room First 

iene offered. This an excelent 

buy in an excellent “aben yo 
TIONS: Out Carroll ave. to Gie 

Bi Se S- a, 3 = Gienside to 8021 

an 

WILL IAMSBURG VILLAGE 

the styling and 

Willlamsbure.. this 

beautiful bedrm.. 2*% bath home 

designed for erectus oon com- 


be 
writs 


2.950 


/ 
ALTY ©CO., WA. 7-0334, 


N 


aries rambler. 


: 


$37,500 


and table space. 
fin. wy rm.: 
On pkwy.. & VA appr HE. 4- 


ye 


ern 
rm. A te rambiers: deesinen, 
lec. kitchen. anchor-fenc 
_ 7 


‘ed 


2A 
Kennedy 8t. 
bedrms.. liv. 
Owner will 
pen 


Brick ane v7 
rm 
sei) T siogp | 


iA gerne 


Sy 


Cape i with i 


side pore. "4-83 ). hagan & 500, 


Realtor 


brick nemes. 
.950; 


professional use reas. offer 


@n- 
large : 
Seectasnen. C Owner anxious to = 


Ss .— Bea 
Colonial, reduced to $25. 
fin ing, is prac. liv 

: an or grac v.. 
left ri Village entrance to 
109 and OPE 3 bgt 


GEORGE L BROWN, JR. 


PP REALTOR 
JU. 5-9420._If no answer. JU. 9-3691 
BOYDS—Near new ABC—3 bedrm 
all-modern. practically 
a wo acre groun 
buses at door Appraised at 
5 _Poolesville 3103 praised A HE 
occupancy. UN 


3 BDRMS.—$12,700)| sear Pitas 


An all-brnick ramble _| 8750 dn 
lent location with 2 oe thin i trust. 
pore ait“, lovely 

yRAH A! CO. 
Ritian 


ra 
al ey, ap- 


large scr 
5 down, immed. 


ANT: —9-rm. house: 
. “ss 50 mo pore every- 
RE. 796. 


: J 5 
brick. full bemt.. anchor “fenced 74 
ony. to moors ing. 
N & HEG. 


Gl. $75.88 m 
RTY CO WA. 7-2400, AP. 7- 


JU. 


$9950 


NEAR A.E.C 


Just 2 


in lovely 
ery Cr _ 


A un 
Prince Geo 3- 
iv. rm., > 
evel bemt. | 
77-0196. HEID 


M-138-B 
240 


—Cape 
ogee eatr es 
GL, 1.950. OW 


' A! 
rms., Demt.. r, 
can assume fi 
WA. 7-4840 
WEST LANHAM WILLS — Almost 
new 3-bedrm.. brick ramble: er. Knot- 
ty pine and paneled liv. rm. w/f 
place, lege. equip. kit.. garbage dis- 

sal. full bamt.. auto. washer, scr. 

Owner transferred 
or $1 


| IDON, LO. 5-2 
~ EREDER| CK Ww. BERENS 
__SALES, INC NA 8- 5000 


ee a — 


4 BEDROOMS 


1 Acre—$13,950—2 BATHS 


875 mo. te vet. Includ- 


e- 


Es A? ™m. 
shingle bungalow with firepi.. = 
— levei senees _ Raw | shad- 


ay dail Mea. GORDON, UN. 4-8 y-85 


EREDERICK W. BERENS 
SALES, INC. NA, 8-5000 
Prince Georges County 
ADEL — bedrm. brick vegnuies. 
full sil-electr. kit.. firepl., 


| level fenced let S& an $15.- 
500. peter }. hagan & son. Realtor. 
Uv N. 4-8583 


paren & son eaitors, 


WEST LANHAM HILLS 


Only $10.250 buys this attrac. 
bungalow: ates Seems © on ige. 
shat y b fu 7 
ore. k 

rc 


po 
may purchas } 
dn. and pey mente less than rent. 


CRAMPED iy SPACE 


| 


a et FIELD AREA— $250, © dn 


re 
with as litle as 
adn. on convenijenat terms 
5750 dn 


2 t 
to sell quick are. $4. 


UNIVERSITY PARK 


ANDREW'S. BOLLING. SUITLAND| chased 


"$9500 VA 


a*. pice clean Cape Cod, 
ful to expandidie 
on its own 

‘Convenient 


Mor 
rn eee "McAllister. 
‘a,.0F 


x. IO. 8-56 miss seeing th 


to Andrews 
g air force bases. . Brick 
. full Demt.. 1% 

enced lot artialiy 
 % Ps pane 


an 
Pho one 


Adelphi- Langley-Area 
Contempory - style bedroom 
brick rambler with massive wall 
rep " a» pareally ished 
e) lassed-wa + ad 
choice t+ quiet 
street in rus _~ setting; 
816.500 on easy termes 


The Perry Boswell Co. 
7-4500 Realtors. 


Kbdwood 


45. level: 
be ADBURY” HEIGHTS —GI or conv . 
i ap il 


only 


oat 
si4 500 T 


‘BRADBURY oa 
brick ram 


1 garages. Many extras 
From $15.950. Terms 
Ave. ine. Total ice 


Out Pa a} yee 

| Be 4 : a. <p RHOLDT REA 
| ~~ oy ; _REALTO 

BY 3 00 PEN 
' 


2008 Houston 
JO. 8-55: 5 pomes A jorpty. Ra | = 
e onte r ] ric n 
odern co + m- beautiful American cabinets in Kit: 
r fireplace, h. 3 bedrooms light 
POREST. "HEIGHTS . 
ae L 
foo 


SME —Well and electricity @ on 
lot on pa AL rd.. 


co. 
. 7-a51S 


blk . Builder 
BRINKLEY RD. — 
porary = ee ooms 


amt 


4 


per mo 


CAMP SPRINGS, MD. 
3-BEDROOM BRICK 
CITY WATER—BASEMENT 


his attractive looking home has| Only one 
m. with hy | GI or conventional 


pa 
this before you buy. Call JOHN A 
| WENTZ. AP 7-090. 
. | 
ge | MODERN COUNTRY LIVING 
IN 
CALIFORNIA RAMBLER 
ON 
1 ACRE OF LAND 
FOR 
$28,500 
605 Midland Rd. si Ops. Su 
off Colesville Ra FHA financed 
hawe ana, erounda 
other feature 
ee to 


‘and shoppin 
appointment. 


HE. 4-5717 
(fee 3088 | Gyewece Drive, Lapgios 


pn corms. 28 r 
home = oe. yet con- 
rm 


y s. plus 
rms. in full bemt., 


i -- pige 
Pr, ce only 


SBME M. FREE, 
3214 BRANCH AN bo” BE 
APRYOU —~HeTGHl — ‘bedroom 


cxpandibien Sop full base- 
25 ad 827 6ist st. GI 
11.350 
3 lee. 
t; Breplace. pict. wie 
di m., 


“bri ck; 
men 
edrms on fine 
ige. 


bsmt.. pared 
best construction Low interest All Call ter 


2 
nice yard, over- 
vine-covered | 00king Adelphi Park. 


3|Riggs & Co., HU. 3-3316 


transferred. AP 

RELY — é- room Colonial. ga- 
ra creen 
orch, finished pasomnt.. 
ireplace. attic fan. 
acnoo 


cL ‘ikrow. $17 586 
to 6, 43- ft pres re 6906 18TH AVE. 
ed OFF RIGGS RD. NR. SAFEWAY 
me 2 opportunity to purchase 
old det. brick with 


lot 


mbler on = Thane 


ent 
"Tenced-in 
Pex i2s ft 


LOUIS BRESSLER 


ALMOST ON A 
FOUR BEDROOMS—$8950 
CLOSED-IN FRONT PORCH 


ae pricktex home has 
fam. size din. 


our sign OL 
iO 


Dangerfield rd. and Ee 
tion, Open til rk 


ae fet new 


; 
space heater 
in nice poe RO — fi 
wy hard 


hoy Ke EREEMAN 


3214 BRANCH OA Avs. SE. 
©. 6-77 
ler sif506; 


Tats = we eee 

: 1% baths. semifin, bemt. 
er and dryer; assume 

412 Quade st. se. LO. 


rambler. lee kit. us rm. a th fire. 
} din. ath. full t 
539 
brick Cape Cod »b 
full bemt.. rally eg 
attic, besutital 


Easy terms. LI. 
Open Sat._and = 


San 

wipped 8 
14. ou." 
» 12 noo 


You Owe it to Yourself 
All Brick—Total Price $15,150 


NEAR NEW SHOPPIN 5 MI 
TO DOWNTOWN ON E NEW G NEW EXPRESSWA 


WILL RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY TO RESPONSIBLE PERSON. 
lst floor powder room, living room, full separate dining 
kitchen. 3 spacious rooms. 


room, modern bedrooms, full base- 
ment with outside ‘eptrance. 


Model Home Open Daily & Sunday, 10 A.M ‘til Dark 


30-Year, No Down Payment, Gi Loans 
Low Down Payment for Non-Vets 


: ‘Ancapolis Rd iE Poe Fee Siam St” et 


ARTHUR AUGUST & CO. 
WA. 7-8544—Builders 


n to 6 


Hwy. - 
our 


a ' sal . . 
NEAR D. C. LINE, $10,250, GI! 


GREEN WEADOY 
2020 Ravenowess, G 


. 50. 
= ee miles past heated 
cor. lot, $10,950; 4 bedrm sign on left. B 
pvt. furn, apt. 
small dn. pym* 


‘mt $65. nd no 
nel ble ‘party to | money down for GL. New 1 3-bearm, 
rambler with briek front, 
tile. ai iichew “aa 
ce 


} ipped 
S 13. ng oes 
ws * ae si. 4 a 


» INC 
9. 
ungalow you ev ever 


ige. 


: 
hed home. on “ret lot | 
near nom | 


brick Cape) 
the wife will! 
bemt. aes 


' fms 


; 
3- -7ear-0 _ -bedrm ., 
Cod, a 

full 


ground level "ontr.. 
where everyone 
ntage. For a Ra 
Puy see “pb one for only $15,950 
. 2 miles | 


> 
12, 550. "al 6 
GEORGES PROPERTIES. 


o | and family -size ‘it, 
ice Front pereh. level yard com- 
2 | pes Anchor tenced. mine 
| storm windows and eened. Ali 
hs and a full dbemt.. PRINCE 
ORGES REA LTY NA. 7 


WAY: she 
* “sere adj. Paint rane y 
modernistic nome wit 


oes REA co., 
g To. 
co. 


oot 


r mon ths, 


We've been all sold out 
te misfortune 


a ant 40 pool, 
ar ver a e| 

ati ‘Onty si4 Oan't 
e2il Riverdale, Rd. JAMES | te seen from roa ceil tor direc- 


PRINCE < ‘ee PROP- 


C| TEVELS 


Sargent Po and foe st.—3- 


|. tlons 
lee, 


. dee. liv. mt _ 
eaulp. 


oy & vest ay 


i 
PROPE TIES. 
. “Capitol Hts. & 


drm bre. bungalow 
atti 


Dis  Qebe 
with perily sat 


nehor ost or Mm. , 
RE 


i019 6ist. pil. se. 5.| THIS ies OXON HILL 


Well designed ~ re 


Adorable 1 
bik. from stores. iv 

rm.. din. rm., eautpt. kit. ai H bsmt 
with knotty hot 
fo 


feta Mine § 
MARYLAND HOMES 
Byes for Sn spect ton 


TODAY 


Prince Georges County 


, m 
finest quality meteriais and latest 
electrical appliances. 20 min. from 
downs town Cc or sale 

NER. Ph Phone ’ 10. _ 74-0369 


Ay 
Ve ACRE—$10 0 


2-bedrm y Cape are 
large ‘expan mible "attic, tile bat : 
co - bamt. with ground- 
. Your Se perianiie for @ 
buy! VIN gutY co 
17-0334. WA. 77-1232. 


an 
al call 


UNIVERSITY PARK 
4102 VAN BUREN ST. 


oy Eo eg 
; S., & Ne 
wearage ? ‘fizeotaces, 
fale} to 
COLLEGE HEIGHTS 
ESTATES 


7212 WINDSOR hoi 
New split level: 4 be 
baths. lige. liv. rm with 
full din 


porch 
lots a by extras 


compl. 
Face! 


pore 


k 
extras. = ‘price ‘$38,500. 


ESE ee E OPEN SUN- 
AY POR IONS CA 


< & WHALE IN 


7 


ey 
ter }. 
-858 


son, Realtors. 


LO 7 


nm looking for a real 
ev 


hagan 


fot ‘win Bie it fron = 


shascaved. 
om »b ir. 


wit ais 
isidaire 

ylighs 
ie on 


hn ue 


3- pecroom brick, 
d ores full 


UNIVERSITY PARK 
6807 COLESVILLE RD. 


Large brick ane stone 

— fi were 7s, ye» ; 

rm x wit ining are 
3 bearane with dbl. closets - 
ern Younsacown kit. Walking dis- 
tance to schoo 
ventional. 


wa. 9-02 
Holsinger, nN 1-0202 
Esta’ ®. REdwood 


HEIGHTS ~ 


rambiers and Cape 

. 1% baths, 

baemts.. com- 

VA and FHA 

inancing. odel pounee. vent pad 
one B LY, 

= a 

bler. better than new, facing Ry 


H 
a bemt.: Sovels 
of conventional financin 


open 
Builder & Real 


DISTRI 


New brick 
3 


, A 7—_New ri 
bungalow with porch and terrace, 
with lovely view: 2 sreptaces. Lo 
daylight walk-out bDemt. wi pic- 
soughed. in 


nd R 
to 5511 

° or additional 

LO. 7-8837 


‘sign 
information phon 


PYLES REALTY 
urbe BSE 


| immediately left on ENTALS 


m 
~> take back bal 


dr. ‘ sadition ’ open_sign 
2 ona Brandywine Heights, RB | 
BR Fe ade : randywine 


for rater. Phone 
-bedrm. rambler with 
FORES “HEIGHTS farace and 2 scres of ground. Oniy | 
OPEN SUNDAY, 3-8 P.M. ae | 
117 SACHEM DP. SE. b ma Bi Pe A oe 
tached rick Colonial. rT. everything: 2-car garage; 
any 14x38; reception washer. Only $19,500. rea 
Tennessee stone fireplaces; 
dining room; modern kitchen; dis- 15 
posal and washer; master bedroom f° autiful 
screened 
baths. $1 
emple Hille Rd. 5S E.—4 brick) 


with bath: (?) twin size bedrooms. 
th, full base 
5127 4 
all have full ee 


tile ba ment, recreation 
ambiers ; 3 
rms.. liv rms., 
itchens; lots ; 
18,950. 


ir 
lot. | 
auto 
Ridgecrest Drive. S&kyline— | 
pvoarm brick rambler; 
, rm., ptt ¥ full, bsmt. | 
side pore nice t; 
9.950. ? 


h.wh. Nicely landscaped, exce t 


room 14x28, large utility room, gas 
location for doctor or —_————— 
nice * cath hs. 


off So. 


apitol | 
1? 7. 


520 Foxhall Pi, Sz. 
St.—Nice brick 
An ed $isoo dn. | 


home: 
chor fenc lot. Only 
Price right at $12,950. 
5501 Henderson Rd 


LI. 6-2000, eve. JO. 2-6539. 
SOUTHEAST REALTY CO. 
ee — ee 

BRICK BUNGALOW 
$12,450 ee CONV ORAL 


eal 


. off Branch Ave. 
Extended—Beautiful 3-bedrm. brick 
4 all ise t-wat 


b ide pe b: | 
arage: big side porch; | 
nice — 1 Outs $f. 950 | 
9 appointment with wus to! 


an 
ee modern brick 
th rm. ab 


orchard; 3 fireplaces very ige. 
: ~ washer 

aryer ; ine” fenced Kiddies swim- 

ming pool. Wall-to-w ai! carpets with | 


a, he Beh. other nice “features. Only 


avin RERLTY CO. 
Reale eEBRIAR 
KNOLLS | 


BALTIMORE PARKWAY 


™" ALL-BRICK 
SPLIT LEVELS 


$16 
EE TODAY 1 + 
PRATURING G Roman brick fire- 

3 ize bedrooms, 
ri ‘ile a ., 20-ft. liv. room, 
large picture window, plus large 
family room. daylicht io AND 
room, concrete 
yo EYES ON 
al tire 


IN $30,000 
TE POSSES- 


OPEN NOON ‘TIL DARE 


PYLES REALTY CO., Inc. 
3814 aLVES HILL RD. &E. 
ek = ee 

Porestville. Assume i GI loans 

Cape Cod, 3 eaere ms. fil sewing | 

r 

atio. lee Poneod "evel lot o ~ 

ions ariboro Pike to North Ave- 

nue, left to Freeway and Open sian. 


Park 3-bedrm 


—_——- | 


Rosecroft New 


ock Ra 
o2-7098, U 
ri o*” 900. PRUDENTIAL | 


OPEN; 1-6 


Heights. 3 a 


* 


ACH: ea Capitol 


B 
on ist fi: 
fireplace, 


dsto to ge: 
Berwyn ra aes block). jeft : Out “Central 


ROBERT DAVIS & CO. 


“WILL HELP YOU TRADE” 
WA. 7-3900 


1166 


—— —— 


OPEN SUN., 1-5 
o steps brick bunealow. 27 


Directions: | 


30 to Landover | 
lis. right on 1 tand Ave 


Lath, Rd 
arnum. iett 7203 ¥ 
um. PRINCE seine ALTY 


GREENWOOD FOREST 
Split Levels and Ramblers 
For those who pe ae 
munity of —— wl 
e lot 


conv sae a 
Out 8 


wi gts... 
mo) car 
to 


appealing an se Bi 
inepectiog ine © from $15.4 to 
Te Drive out An- 


Rapolis 4. rd to hem-Severn rd., 
es. 


th ave., left to 
peter J. hagan & son 
REAL 
UN. 4-8583 


ad. to 
. HA 2 B83 “Sr. 
use Pet peenaee s ‘til 8 ». mm, 


OPEN SUN.—1l 
gum Rd... 

i 
am.. fully u it 
pana bsmt guy, - 


ark, A Man- 


bedrms . 
arage 


expan. attic. fu 
Close to e Out 
LEE 


= 
ony. mitt . 
Rd. to wood. 


LS 
year ear Gt lean, cals” thing dow mo. * 
bedrms.. 1% baths, rec- 


. Open daily. 
2 ONS: Branc 
rook dr. (tres 


7 ROOMS, 1% BATHS 
ae Levers 
. Sw oom 


Bib, cig ge po 
edims 


den. Yi 2 
apares 


oven 
ace. cope 
baths ye 
are, on} 
rive 


a or 
wit 
Sak ig. r | A Powder og rd., 


rd. t 
fer der iM efisvitie or take >aseen on 


pest / A... in Theaters "ase 3 ‘ ent 


LANGLEY PARK, MD. 
WALK TO LANSBURGH’S 


b 
ful Dant. . - 
$1. cad sai on pve——eass 

A 1 bik. bevend 
men entary "School, O 
13495. 


k rambler with 
E kit. aia tress 


t peter J. hagan & son 
UN. 4-8583 
SPACIOUS LIVING!!! 


OPEN SUNDAY 
1:30 ‘TIL DARK 


bedrm  bric 


sia inde "Bee 
‘Sit 
den Parvin 20, 980. ilder. 


avai 


. Why pay rent? 
& -4k-~ you into this 
on large 


Ww anh 
ae 
i tncel. 
oe 
OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
1512 Erskine Street 


| 514 SH" $1000 DOWN 


jie ee 


3 Lancer 
down wi 
vely S-bedrm 
1 jot. 


| Cape 


ic 
this 


6ist ve 
ince GEORGES. "REAL ‘ 
6655. UN. 4- 


it 


No 
charmin 


A 
can 


ns ee S 


, tile bath 
; - 


m 
once! “Richt” 4., Ft. Meade, Belts- 
ville. Davies Lab 


BUYER’S 


ROGERS HTS. Bargain for ca 
ful buyer! 5-rm., tile Dat — delight 
ful bemt, 2-vr *. 
fenced yd.: security for youn sters 
I $250 dn. or assume $92 
$68.50 mo. inc. taxes. Low 
$11.700 


ARKET 


HYATTS. HILLS. 3-bedrm. bdrick- 
tex home, sep. din. rm.. mt. Re- 
jE ny buyer may assume 4% 
oan 50 dn. pmt. Must ieave at 
once pease reseeee: cash above 


“BASKET 


COLLEGE PARK. Hollywood erie 
a bedrm.. a bemt.. = bath. 

6 close up 
Plenty fm. = baskets. 
st far below 


oan 
price, 


ore down) 
nd youngs- 


¥ alue 
fast transp 


eae 
dn.. or GI §250 
ue 
PINES. past, off the 


dn. A wonderful 


“private” 


complete detatiis. 
mensions. tm oot of 


J. Victor ” Dickey 
Ave. Hyattsville. Md. 
SIONAL ME 


Brick Cape Cod, wie 

stairs, ad) 0 Queens C 

Tes cente 

nw location For particulars call 
M PARR INC IN tA i 2 


P. ra 
full | paceman: 1500 "hows. TOWh: 


NEW RAMBLER—$1- 2,750! 


Nr. Wash.-Balto Pkwy 
Sound pactiovenet Well it's 

3 ra lge equips. 
tile bath. uth bamt Steel beam 
a 


od. beautiful landscaped 
rooms. Water and a 
OXON HILL REALTY 


income. ) A 
arms. nes 


" - * a bedrm 
: renting for 


lot. 3 
privileges 
70... LO 


T 


Te i 


lovely 2- ay 


“eal — 

3 APTS. —$13, 1 250—Gi 
You? income will MORE than meet 
the peoments on —% eee Large 
aa corner 2-car 


lot 
hy an oe b i, in- 
“> gy of WA #0: Pe wa > L- 
TAR LE Apait 
$69.28 per mo., 
petit brick rage. 
rm. 
bedrms full bem 
all ey a level tot just ¥ bik. from 
a lege. park and playaround: stores 
oniy J block. INCHAM & CO 


rom’ Piscataway. 6-roo 
use, modern kitchen ‘oon 


ston 


mets « 
this sturdity 
Peatures 22- 


frame ho 


ayment Call George C. Boswell, 
mal) 
-W 


Av) -. ea 
family: equip. kit,. bsmt 
e. frt porch. 
PRINCE GEO 


85@5 - 
LTY 


new cus- 


sion. 


ct Is ran 
tom rambler, daylight 
iful bedrooms. 


ughes Co. 


buys 
2-story Colonia! 
yrs. 0 “= quiet resi- 
dentia! any acing ize. Govt. 
park. Pull price. ti07 ne 


BU 
VIRGINIA 


NDRIA VICINITY— 
e-bath split are, 


pe 450. p CORDIN- 


a | 3-bed- 


litt ttle. 
ventional 


you get | 
home with 2 


ea. fir. for’ $12,000? Call 


—_— on anor. - 
comyees. brk. Conv ie 
pool. nsp. Low payment. 
a comane "GI loan. Sebmen less 


ca 
- 800 
-. , 


oy Club. 


| Bitehe hen. wee F 
es) bs 


ite 
t : 


s| CAPE COD—1 2 BATHS | 


— Just Reduced $550 


Nr..New High School 


sia toes 

rm. brick 
Iadaition to = 
th. = 


Lec. in one of 


ae wae 


Tms., 

ft kit. Ps vba 

he scr. porch: =a 

barbeque an professionally 
ned landscapped 
, be original 

chase price of less than 3 


"Piers! ih eer Cooperation 


WHARTON & POTTER, INC. 
24-hr. ans. service. KI. 9-7799. 
Ki. 88-3511 


SANMONS PROPERTIES 


are 
ALEXANDRIA yrs. 


ROSECREST 
| Quality & Comfort | 


You and amir. can he 
mighty comfo a I in is atirac- 
deta hom 


tive 3- rm one? 
JUST Orr RUSSELL 
beautifully iandsce 
floor has living rm. wi 
a rm... 4 
dys 2 with connectin 

rs) laree 
bath. Fu 


garage. Nice shade t 


in tion eitea by -—_ 
8.375. 


Fee ers ARRY Org. 


g296 B.: ® Vernon Ave.. x 
Eves. Mr. Spigelm 5-5546 
— “tine 61.5 RETA is rick 


, BRADDOCK ACRES 
oP eee ee cus. 


is 


ALEXANDRIA 


OLD TOWNE 
$11,500 


Lagated tn the heart the 

best wntown oer area, 

this ‘wer? ™- cla 

Colonia! fer 

opportunity > “nee interest 

ae he ow owner 
action and 


uick hes 

pdiusted’ “his price according- 

t us show you thig ¢x-~ 
cellent value. 


WHARTON & POTTER, INC. 


24-hr. ans. service. KI. 9-7T799. 
Kl. 8-36511 


—_—— 


ur 


ing rm. an . 
ment is partition 

and workshop 
arden th 

Nice 


ALEXANDRIA AREA 
m- Owner Weak and Willing! ,, 
ey DN., Gl, $66 MO. | 


Will make $250 cash allowance 
for redecoratin 2-bedroom 


ment. recreation 
dining room 


room. seperate 


non-veterans. Asbestos shingle Don't Be a Rent Slave 
w in Fairhaven 


shopping ; eo $350 DN., GI, $91 MO. 


and 
equipped pte 2 bedrms 3 bedrooms den. 1's baths, garage 
st floor. Stairway A crisp. clean Cape Cod 
8 Bie a 
ull conv 


he 
ee P'rence, Puii Manor $15.950 

Friendly As a Kiss 
BEACON MANOR $850 DN., Gi, $96 MO. 


immediate ates Or Assume Large Loan | 


You'll -love enterteiping in thts | 
2 oom 
soars. fle 
an 
eben. ae 


ie basement recreation 
t condition. = 


coisa Bucknel! 
a 


heat, 


gas 
only 


bed 
relieve early morning traffic 


Office Open Sunday 
Kl. 8-0777 


= -* pped 
ioe 910 300 ke | BROOKS REALTY CO 


JEFFERSON tie oe 
9750 


Or reasonable offer on this vacant 
brick semidetac home in us | 
c| yer, convenient ation: | cout. 


as wi rooms, | 
a i or. G snvestment 


~ BELL REALTY CO 
KI, 8-1968 


= $23.750_ GI'! 
NTHLY 


I 
BEUCHERT co. 
ork. 
office. 


Realtors. __ see 


in old 
ALEXANDRIA AREA ; 


For 2% Dn.—GI Loans| 
SEE BUCKNELL MANOR|$!! 


VERY FINE NEIGHBOR ROOD 


EXCEPTIONALLY LOW Ricks 


Duty a few minutes walk 

to new swimmin pool, 

aed sch and 
ne 


$230 DN.-GI 
$11,300, $69 MO. 


This brick and 
duplex Dome has 
rooms including 
with 8 ft. and 9 
ne & 


a 
sultebie 
rer. . 
SEC ~AREA ara 


950 MBLER| 


bedrooms plus RAN Anchor | 
qd. de luxe stev 
er and 


for 
n 


3 bedrooms. 
fenced vard eautifully land 
scapes. mane ideal family home 


$15,250 
and fireplace in this 
room brick rambler in convenient | 
city location. Eas ne 


ASSOCIATED B BROKERS, 


ALEXANDRIA—By owner. semide- 
tached brick located 2 
nee 


frame 
ood pised 


ned me 
information call, ‘al aia Prin nee st 
ALEXANDRIA VICINITY 


LIKE TREES? 
“This Is It’ 


Relax 


Ready for immediate 


$275 DN.-GI 
$13,750, $83 MO. 


living in this 
community 


and start 


3 BEDROOMS & DEN 


come out and 
enjoy the natural beauty? 


The M. H. BARRY Org. 
2206 Mt. Vernon Ave.. Alex. Va. 
Kl. 9-3630 ] 9-0078 
“The Old papente Office” 
Eves. elm . BO. 5-5546 


SALE or RENT 


$285 DN.—GI 
et nets. $85 MO. 


fail | separate, — 


Brick and "frame —, 


HUNTINGTON SUBDIVISION | #18950, Rent $150. 


$200 DN.—GI | “Miller Rea 
$9950—$65 MO. | JA. 37-1203 _ 


OWNE 
CHA 
DE 

ANCE RIOR 
gah ee nd Dia? 


an ay 
Dien I ul wert | a4 


—— 
state 

JA. 5-2444 
ANNANDALE 


SOMETHING 


TO CROW 
ABOUT 


.. BRICK RAMBLE R--BASE- 
MENT! 


eR HAE SD PRION AL 
TING 


JEFFERSON MANOR 
3 BLOCKS 
Gl OR ecHOOL, +14 Bk 


OPEN TODAY 


iirections: ‘Prom. Shirley 
Lin eons slaveriand. right 
n 


$200 DN.—GI 
$9950—$65 MO. 


A very fine all-brick semi- 
detached home with nicely 
sence i sens ard and plenty 

rice includes 
finished Teereation rm.; ap 
prox. 3 biks. to shop ping 
center. 


urch-Annandale 
miles to homes on 


CALL $0. 5-9104 SLINGTON REALTY 
wean sO 9-5; 9-12 Wilson Biy °. 
OR SO. 5-5542 


Sat. pd. =. _ eves. 


MONROE CORP. 
aNd MbatG weitrole 


ARLINGTON 
G!l APPROVED 
For convenient. economical liv- 
ing. this bri 


A ae 4 
mer potas ed F gt * 


lM. T. BROYHILL & SONS 


a 
| Air-Conditioned 


3-year 


Spotless old etre 
bath ories. oe bait Yamble + a 
n 


a jerpon fet pe 
a y elr-conéitienher for 
set lots pee SP ' year-around comfort. A REAL BUY 


a b-6220 Art pt, aicky tor. $17) | EaSwel & CO., INC. 


Nr 


brick in Hentineten with full Gese- 
’ 


| This 


MOD- 
PA ieee 


1% BATHS| 


den and large Anchor | fer 


BASEMENT | 


fine 3-bed-| 


ce 


sige 


Country Chis Ants. 


2- ‘BATH RAMBLER 
Sorte 


MeALL Vy "4. 


300 
M. T, BROYHILL & SONS 


IG BRICK 
COLONIAL 


WITH SIDE 
and ist-floor 
dining room, 
and equipped 
pesroeans on 
hood e ‘ve lLespect 
and o ny minutes from Washingt n 
and all conveniences! $20,500! By 


BPR TON REALTY 


2212 Wilson Blvd. JA. 7-990 "til 9 
ARLINGTON 


A BIG HIT! 


THE BUYING 


or. waik to 

Mhese fine homes 

jon of popular price in the 

ppapeearins ad — joget on 
TOCA bivd 


OPEN A 
ght on N. McKin ; 


Hons: Ou 
penises REALTY 
__2212 Wilson Bird. JA. 7-9300 


ARLINGTON 
| SWIMMING POOL 
| MEMBERSHIP 
FENCED 14 ACRE 


Clear vacant. 4 bedrms ra 
kitchen. liv! ne rm. wit h fireplace. 
dining tm. | ' b-ntag B ary base- 
me 
as 


| — ae and tail ees ey ie 
Open ‘Weekend, ll to 5 
6713 LITTLE FALLS RD. 
FRED J. GEORGE, Realtor 
3 


in location off Mount Vernon Bivd. | 
800. 


ARL INGTON 


‘Home With a View 


attractive 3 bedrm. brick 
rembler located high on « hillside 

mn Oakcrest has a large comb. din- 
ioe ’ 
kitchen 


BARRY Org. 


ee Ave Alek 


aaNet RIDGE RD. 


full-basement, 


| PHA appraisal Call today for 

more detail 

DARWIN REALTY 

7-4352 . __ EL. 6-4840. 
A BItrs—2 _ bedrooms. 2 

othe game rm. pch.; cony. 

to everything. $13. 300 or best of- 

wher, 510 & 26th rd. OT 


av ~3-bedrm. and oe 
ambier bsmt.., garage. A 
Pen a and No. 1 


hwy. La 
the pre re of $1 spd 


ei sarele HILLS ; 


224 ST ARLINGTON 
ly bes etts Ail | he home 
bedr 3 baths. 


disposal an 


4-72} 


see 
real 

at 

ana * ewervininn 

lovel¥ ome 

Superd cilosé-in 

Virginie’s finest 
e 3 


e. se th 
should 
location 


4 
gxceliens (inabe NE ONLY 
DAVID R. NIMMER 


Maj Gen 1, PRE. fret.) 


ss atric t bi 4 ¥i* 
a BEVE RLY HILLS 


ven ISA oh 

4 BEDRMS... 2% BATHS 
Alex. For a good 5. att ractive 
spacious house beaut 
+a . > hi 

a. mi... ig 
rary, bath ist fi 

D! 


Ors v 


lenty . 
’ ~ an garage; 
ooded 


te a — 


OPEN. 2-6 


$19.500 
609 TENNESSEE AVE. 


Immaculate. cool. lovely Colon 


_public and parochia 
o reach: Ariingt 7” Ridge 
to oO “Giebe Rda.. 
to Old Dominion 
Ol Dom inion to 
Ave right to Open sig 
HUBBARD REAL j Y CO. 
E. 6-2310. OV. 3-1946 
BARCROFT TERR. nam b er, 1. 
3 bedrme baths, 
ay “eauipned 
rec, rm., 


distance 
schools 


ait sting space, 


= tirepl éarpert $25.500 


wooded %«-acre, 15 minutes down- 
town, pharmingly él different white 


ainted redwo 3 bedrooms, $26.< 
Oo. KE. 86-5029. 
“DRE CLUB 


DREAMS 


DO COME TRUE! 


YOU CAN 
Ls ed an 


Dright Rog 
tiled th 
tures 


SEE IT riv ot 
inspect this ‘oonter tha: 
beauty. 
ful 
a — 


resale potential. $25.950. on e& 


terms 
OPEN, 1 P.M 


Directions N. Glebe Rd 
Wash “a a gee Cus 
approx. 4100 biock 


ARLINGTON REALTY 
UNN LORING, $12, 


we. . 2-bedrm house: al- 

id oa de 

interest shown 
: staterments . 

& occu- 


- 4 


on last ile 
aren't ae vusoome 


pancy, JE. 21097 of dr 


Dunn Pate ada Area 
Brick veneer rambler. 30x40 ft. 
; n. rm Va 


* betame tial 
down payme K, 


M. A. MARTIN 


m- 

brick 

ram vler lov ‘y 
acre with hiid’s pool, community 
1, and park; school a 


co nanan: adi. % sere ain for ’ 
sale. $17,500. 68O. _$-8118. nent. JE 


OPEN aie (ANO ) SUNDAY 
‘TIL .D 


BEACON VILLAGE 


READY FOR DECORATING 
Now nearing completion and for immediate possession and color 
schemes. 3 rooms, generous . 2 fireplaces, with or 
without finished knotty “pine rec. Laree living room, deluxe 
kitchen ond © —> a Lot size 105x125 ft. All city utilities 
on hard price $18.950. §1000 down plus settie- 


ment 
COME O Cale, 
rections: 1 mi. south of Alexandrise Mt. vesnee Bivd., 
rent onto Belle View Bivd. ay Bucknell Manor 
Road and open sign on project. Listing No. 61. 


‘SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT 


FOR THE LARGE FAMILY 
brick Cape Cod in Indian tamly, Here is a wontertel 
opportunity for a me Gh with p.. gl f to obtain a 4 
Large GI loan ee 


. near oreae school and Tonemastniien 
entrance —_ pe “+3000 down plus settiement. $111 monthly 


including PIT1 
TIMOTHY PARK 


3-BEDROOM BRICK RAMBLER 
Baseboard get vane heat. ultra modern kitchen, 
room with k throughout. Weill 
jot. Priced $1000, subject to GL approval. List No. 


HALEM HURST 
asbestos shingle. Large 


turn 
Hill 


large living 
la ped 


FAIRFAX COUNTY .- 


618 _ ne St.. Herndon. Ve 
Herndon 430 


Meipar and 
General Motors training cirs. Lovee 
ly oer 

: mod rd 


enced +, acre, all bri. shade 
immac.; must be so 


rm... 
sale by. owner 
~ PAR! 


. NEAR 


rms.. f 
trees, 


ot GI ap pr.: Tues See 


gens 


Early American Site name. 


00, 


Near 33.080 PO) 


ar-7¥e a irae 


yd 6-49340 =r. 6-3 Mclean, Rie. 
Falls Church Hillwood 
4 oe $15,750 


Tot. be brick, 2 bathe. . full basement 


or GL sapratsal. ~ "an. 
could eq 


950 
bedrms., 


itchen; % enced 
trees. N 


FALLS CHURCH 
4 wget 16 A Eo, 


i 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Sunday, May 27, 1956 Dis 


ont: Guptfion TODAY 


‘ 
EXANDRIA — NEW! LEX.-HU’ our | FAIRFAX COUNTY x OPEN 2-6 Yo-1-1%4 of 2 ACRES | SOUTHERN COLONIAL| EARLY AMERICAN | Air | 
4. BEDROOM CAPE COD sem! | WANT 2-6 ee, YOUR LOT SIZE | This is & lovely white column red) WELLINGTON 
tiful oak floors. 2°% baths. sep ch excellen io N. 38TH ST. & New with) drick home with Charm ming white Cape Cod on acre | 

a xcept ige. liv. Tm. $9. 930 OPEN UNDA - . 2 : -w. I m en 4 Z baths. rm nh. 6 t of beautifully andscaped. woode diti d 

BEET aMie satin vols. BIMECTIONG et) | DECLUSION: DITTMAR RD. | ghasite’ sey Ofadioiting Sorine:| tm ‘with "watner "ana “Arver | Seat shopping and achoois 4 bed: Con oe 1 E 
Bs lay Bio, Braxton B. S| al. Souta, ot Alexandria ei | YOUR OWN FOREST | age ae | semble, iav rm “yy $1 with oy acre. | screened porch, att. garage. Lovely; rms... 2 baths, partial bemt. err ‘ Ou r- eve 

P h..rm ec ; HO. 2 CL. 6-096 ) 


BER,_KI turn on Huntington ave. Folios shaped. and hedged rorner jot.| breezeway, oversized garage. For) $4 FT CUSTOM RAMBLER 


0 WAY P ed, .2°8S2 a -_ , ' : 
ALEXANDRIA AREA. “—Buckne}! pirowe te ot BG bs: 3 lg bdrms.. o.-n heat. excel. construction.| sale by owner. $27,500. Cail 80 wos 4 | _ 
M 7 rms.. 2% BROTHERS. Ki. 8-987 | 40 ACRES porch. ful a THE to Pentagon my-Navy _5-4658 oe ao), om eae Pe SP IT LEVEL 


nett ert te ao S| Se de iuxe «it 


h 
; ; +s.. 6 5 repre tgeernempces — 
ALEXANDRIA ON POTOMAC RIVER ea par: te VISTA VIEW | £2siiides: irec2os" CONTEMPORARY | 3 bis bedrmis.”” carport, screened O/ 
Above McLean. commuting Bullder~ JA_3-5046 as ob 5 rd. to 80 17th Annandale most an sere » Reig , 59 d 

: BEVERLY HILLS ar cl site odern i ~ 1’T RK turn right as bs A South : rms. flexible den.| $100 ale — a * /0 rn. 

ke Dr. Al ott. living SHIRLEY Woops. OPEN, ir OA Lowell _st., 21x15 liv. rm, firept., te ALL. WEEKEND AND PEATURING; Beautifully fin~ 
Ange ticee: OPEN NDAY |] | "y ne | an apt. name for this lovely GE 9 109 B EVERLY Ors SPR! Ys PIELD day) ve 
BO. 35-5325. EN SU -6 rm. 7-ft. fireplace, | ma 11/4863 29th St. N. Arlington; new ee DARE BARC in N ET r ge e4a3s. Dir Ta A EVER Ni pT AREA 
ALEXANORIA | Pirst offering of this distinctive | / s thru woo NSU » 2% & wor aves. The J | left 2.6 miles and open sien et Mi L 

a | to house. A Shaneri-la for $65,000 ME ; ) JA. 71-1203 JA. $-2444 


OPEN. 9 TO 6 | ner ot en. hall yy Less for less “on . pe floor. inet clu : 4 : tile; & Jeree ‘ty room SELECTIONS | JIVE BEDROOMS kod on wore 


rooms. . full separate din- | 2 full baths. 27-ft lis 
(1 0 m in - Perhaps you want seclusion on & ® ’ ; 

13-A EAST CHAPMAN ST. including dish was | beer botile pocketbook. Set our Complete attic | (Bt rooms with SLIDING EENED | on 

on d if h Little house in the woods at Lang- attractive ec. rm WALL leading to a SCR 
f mi, D.C.). Li I room. din- . : CH and S peperwee? ; 
mid 1g brick. Livige rm. | ' on . : t ts W 
Bemide ving rm. | bat : om, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath.) § Ks arvel of efficiency and has fyb : Lovely Home A 
> oat J» CE. This lone brick rambler on 5 
APT. IN COUNTRY | DTI 5 Os wr on td. The size of the | is for you, ; drooms. moculate: $20,950 L 5 Korth Oar- 
If you have wished you could move re, il + a 29th . he : ht den, large living room feild. BY OWNER, JA. s76. | ‘tert: king ¢ | Sivate 


nein 
-to-keep rieht to! & an ~ sets. : fireplace. dining m. mod- ) ms, : ok | ith Arthy 
z, Drive. R. HOOFF, IN the country, & r siMOns PROPERTIES ows IN THE 2- Reve. ern equipped kitchen #ith dining OPEN ] TO 7 |g CTI . bak” & ) DIRECT ONS ' 
mi sseell rd. o1 C. pact apt.-size new house on ‘s- DE. 2-0730 ves. BO. 8-7489 BASEMENT with entrance off . Oversized earage wooded ’ z Ww h - .. i 
ve a "Chad: ‘TE. 6-3445 Eves. ‘TE. 6-7673| here down & eeente? jane in, Lang. =? SLEEPY "HOLLOW 2. the living quarters. . rather | fre neenia, ort Pranconie $850 Dn GI—$96 Mo ie 
PT ayy 9 ley. only 2 mi, from ane than the are keynotes | rocklan State ced } . MENS: A 8 . ‘ ' 
ANNANDALE—BY OWNER. Priced! {iv 1g room with fireplace. mahog. | to the actual luxury designed $20,750 ) fk MENSH REALTY! ¢inue 4 r 
™MECHLING, "INC | for quick — Custom bathe ful ng , 2 bedrooms, - ’ wrt OWNER into this nepee at the extremely | | Or Assume Large Loan _CORP. 5-67 oe inue //29 mile te mocel hegws 
St : le rms.. baths. full . kit rit ) imt st , nusualiy attrac low price of Th & in 5 =a ois 
™ | bamt., ide $24,585, GI. dit refrig. Livi bedrm » baths, study, $32 950 Only One of These PAsement recreation and| pars “CHURCH, 413.990: below 


nd Rt to 815 Gra 


| Down 600: ] rl rollin r rm — garace, re 3 bedroom: ‘% baths, split level. : Ay r rm 
MARLAN FOREST trust : , ; with garden piot completely fenced. Small cash DIRECTIONS Out Columbia step-down “he Foon wit fire- . ; : fu "pemmt , 20; ft Me din n: Fm love 
1-6. New split-level, featur-| SAT.-GUN 1031 rrac Dr., » mit os LL. A. site REDUCED required pi ) Baliey’ gresstcess | pl ing el. all GE ter vend ty ne e W 
=. eina-tanaied ‘aa Palls Church. CL. 6-1653 ) Eh APTON 1016 Knoll Dr fs JE. 4-0334 firs | kitchen, . {0 ion ale Tyler a ~ wo AGENTS "IE 4- 316 
. nd —— } rcroft tran . , lat I ot w Ta, | 
leeded in exclusive RA a A i M SPRINGFIELD | flow rd., 1 mi | intm Inquire at DIRECTIONS: South Beseaahe| How About This? 


McL ‘ | Malbrook dr iF Estates on Kenmore Drive be , ef 
Annandale |= ii#3i eas _| OPEN, 26 lige FOMEON: | Fairtex, Priced $22,950 | Alexandria on Mt. Vernon! STOP G SEE | shecmze try-coverea, miter sonny 
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