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MAY 30, 1956 


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Road Bill 
Passed by 
Senate After, 
Long Session 


Measure Provides 
For 40,000-Mile 
Highway System 
Costing Billions 


Associated Press 

The Senate wound up a 
marathon session early today) 
by passing a giant highway) 
bill providing for the biggest) 
Federal construction pro- 
gram in peacetime history. | 

Passage eame on a voice vole) 
after the Senate had been in} 
session more than 14 hours. | 

The major provision of the 
bill sets up a 40,000-mile system | 
of interstate and defense high- 
ways connecting 42 state capi- 
tals and 90 per cent of all cities 
over 50,000 population. 

The bill now goes to confer-| 
ence with the House, but legis-| 
ation launching the multi-' 
billion-dollar program will 
ppobably be agreed on soon be-| 
@ause House and Sengte ver- 
sions differ only in details. | 

Most of what President 
Eisenhower wants in the way | 
of a highway modernization: 
program is incorporated in the 
measure. His plan to finance’ 
the project with bond issues| 
was rejected by Congress_last' 
year, however. | 

In the 1956 version, both 
branches have written in more 
than 14 billion dollars ini new 
taxes on highway users to run 
the program on a pay-as-you- 
build basis. | 

Most of the revenue would| 
be obtained from a penny hike! 
in the Federal gasoline tax, 
now two cents a fallon. 

The House bill, passed April 
27, call s for 51% billion dol- 
lars of Federal-state spending 
on new roads over a 13-year 
period. 

The Senate measure would 
be about the same if it also 
were projected over 13 years. 
But its actual total is only 
about 37 billion in Federal- 
state funds because it extends 
for 13 years only the authori- 
vation for the40-000-mile inter- 
state system of super-highways. 
Allotments for the other three 
Federal aid road systems would 
run five years under the Sen- 
ate provisions 

But both also provided 
ereased Federal funds for the 
‘other three systems—the pri- 
mary, secondary or farm-to- 
market, and urban 

Both bills fix the Federal con- 
tribution to the interstate net- 
work at $25 billion, estimated to 
cover 90 per cent of the cost. 
At present the matching form- 
ula on interstate construction is 
60-40,. with the Federal Govern- 
ment putting up the larger 
amount. It is 50-50 for the other 
three svstems now 

In addition to the increased 
gas tax, there also would be 
boosts in the levies on diesel 
fuel, tires, tread rubber, trucks, 
buses and trailers 


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Carleton D. Smith (seated), campaign chair- 
man of the United Givers Fund, makes it 
official with the stroke of a pen after six 
Red Cross chapters of the Washington met- 
ropolitan area joined the one-package ef- 


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By Eve Edstrom 


Staf! Reporter 


The six Red Cross chapters 


of the Washington metropoli-| 


tan area joined the United Giv- 
Fund yesterday, thereby 
certain that the two 
largest local fund-raising or- 
ganizations will take part in 
next October's first one-pack- 
age effort here. 

The Community Chest, which 
collected more than $4,060,000 
its last drive, has been a 


ers 
making 


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prime mover in the UGF pic-| 


ture and long has announced 
its intention of joining. 

The Red Cross, which raised 
more than $1.5 million during 
the spring's campaign, became 
the first official member of the 
UGF family to be accepted by 


the one-fund drive's admissions. 


committee. 

The total number of agencies 
who will unite to end Washing- 
ton’s multiplicity. of campaigns 
will be announced by June 15, 
according to E. K. Morris, UGF 
president. 

“Of all the agencies 
raise funds, all but two 
been in touch with us,” 
said yesterday. 

Local chapters of the Ameri- 
can Cancer Society and the Na- 
tional Foundation for Infantile 


who 
have 
he 


Paralysis have expressed oppo-| 


sition to the United Givers 
Fund idea. 

The announcement of the 
Red Cross’ participation was 
looked upon, however, as a sure 
sign of success for the UGF this 
fall. 

Daniel W. Bell, chairman of 
the District chapter of the Red 


Cross. said membership in UGF 
was approved because: 
“We felt the community want- 


ed a United Fund and what the) 


community wants is good for 
the Red Cross.” 

Albert C. Borghi, chairman 
of the Red Cross’ committee on 
UGF, announced: the agree- 
ment, which covers the Red 
Cross chapters in the District, 
Alexandria and the counties of 
Fairfax. Montgomery, Prince 
Georges and Arlington. 

“As a participating organiza- 
tion, the Red Cross looks for- 
ward to wholeheartedly and en- 
thusiastically working with the 
UGF for the success of the fund 
campaign,” he told Morris. 

Morris said that UGF ac- 
cepted “in toto” all the Red 
Cross national policies which 
govern participation in feder- 
ated drives. 

These include independent 
budget control, the continuance 


of March membership and vol-| 


unteer enrollment drives, and 
the right to raise funds for un- 
forseen disasters. ‘ 
Bell said disaster campaigns 
would not 
one-fund concept because pub- 


lic reaction to them is “spon- 


taneous.” 

Under the specified condi- 
tions, the Red Cross already 
participates in one-package 
drives in 580 out of 830 United 
Fund cities. 

The money goal of the first 
UGF drive will be the total of 
the funds raised by participat- 
ing agencies during their last 
campaign. This has been esti- 
mated in the neighborhood of 
$7 million. 


By Wally McNamee, Staff Photographer 
fort here. From left, Daniel W. Bell, chair- 
man of the District Chapter of the Red 
Cross: E. K. Morris, UGF president; and Al- 
bert C. Borghi, chairman of the Red Cross" 
Committee on UGF. 


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Man Rescued 


From Rock in 
Mid-Potomac 


A Chevy Chase man was 
marooned on a rock in the 


interfere with the 


‘half a mile above Chain Bridge 
for more than an hour last 
night while police mobilized 
rescue atlempts. 

Guy S. Fairland, 24, of 3700 
Manor rd., Chevy Chase, finally 
was saved by an Arlington ele- 
vator repair supervisor who got 
to the scene in his own 14-foot 
outboard motor boat before the 
police. 

According to Harbor Police 
Lt. T. E. Namey, fairland and 
Glenn E. Heaton, 23, 16 
Mount Eagle pl. Alexandria, 
rented a canoe yesterday and 
set off to shoot the rapids. The 
canoe overturned but the pair, 
both students, hung on as the 
canoe. whirled downstream 

Heaton’s hold was dislodged 
when the canoe hit a rock and 
he swam nearly 300 yards to 
shore on the District side. Fair- 
land scrambled up on a rock in 
midstream. 

Heaton summoned police to 
come pull Fairland off the 
rock. The District Rescue 
Squad, the Bethesda-Chevy 
Chase Rescue Squad, a police 


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Clements 
Winner in 


Kentucky 


Bates’ Manager 
Concedes Defeat 
Early in Count 
Of Primary Vote 


| LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 29 
/P)—Sen. Earle C. Clements, 
the Democratic whip, tonight 
won renomination and a re- 
sounding victory over the 
State administration of Gov. 
A. B. Chandler in the Ken- 
tucky primary. 

Clements was leading for- 
mer Rep. Joe B. Bates, who 
was supported by Chandler in 
a bitter factional fight, by 77,- 
852 votes with 2899 of the 
State's 4036 precincts counted. 

Clements’ jubilant headquar 
ters claimed victory at 11:08 
p. m. CDT. Before that Cle- 

‘nts would only say he was 

sasonably sure” of winning. 

Bates telegraphed Clements, 
“I congratulate you on your 
victory.” 

Chandler said in a statement 
“It is apparent that Sen. Cle- 
ments has won our Party's. re- 
nomination for United States 
Senator. | offer him my sin- 
cere congratulations and pledge 
him my support in the fall cam- 
paign.” 

_ Kentucky Democrats 
into factions headed by 


split 


Cle- 


ments and Chandler during last! 
ubernatorial primary, States Court of Appeals in the 


|pear's 
‘when Clements backed Bert T. 
Combs against Chandler. The 
Governor later pledged he 
would defeat Clements. 

Bates’ campaign manager, 
Charlies M. Blackburn, waited 
about an hour after the polls 


Potomac River rapids about had shut down to concede de- 


feat. 

Chandler said “It's obvious” 
Clements has won. 

Returns from 2998 of Ken- 
tucky’s 4036 precincts wave 
Clements 176,750; Bates 98.563. 
and a third candidate, James L. 
Delk, 3100. 

Former Rep. Thurston B 
Morton was 
of the Republican nomination. 
He gave up a post as Assistant 


17 secretary of state in the Eisen- 


hower Administration to make 
the race. 


Returns from 2893 precincts 


gave Morton 32.811: former 
State Sen. Julian H. Golden 
7360, and Granville Thomas. 
3304. 

Morton claimed victory and 
declared “beginning tomorrow 
morning | am launching my 
campaign to win election in 
November.” 

Six of Kentucky's eight United 
States Representatives who had 
opposition in today’s primary 
led in their races for renomi- 
nation. 

They 


were Democrats Noble 


But Is Taxable as Income 


Stevenson 


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| By Bernard 


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The Internal Revenue Serv- 
ice yesterday dispelled a cloud 
|hanging over jobless-pay plans, 
‘ruling that supplemental un- 
employment benefits are not 
wages. 

The decision reinforces a 
similar stand taken by 18 
states and the District of Co- 
lumbia permitting workers to 
draw unemployment compensa- 
tion and company-financed sup- 
plements at the same time. 

Russell C. Harrington, Reve. 
nue Commissioner, also ruled, 
however, that workers must 
pay Federal income tax on the 
supplements, State’ benefits are 
not taxable 

The ruling comes on the eve 
of the first supplemental bene- 


Speculation Feared 


Appeal Urged by NCHA 
On Home Payment Ruling 


By Robert 


Stal Reporter 


The National Capital Hous- 
ing Authority yesterday added 
its voice to demands for a Gov- 
ernment appeal from the May 
17 decision of the United 


Mayme J. Riley condemnation 
case. 

The decision already has up- 
set pending -agreements on 
three land purchases by NCHA, 
the Authority said. The ruling 
will “encourage speculation and 
conspiracy” by slum traders, it 
charged and could raise the 
cost of scarce public housing 
sites above legal limits and kill 
some presently planned proj- 
ects. 

“Such a development would 
be a disastrous blow to the 
urban renewal and redevelop- 
ment program in the District,” 


apparent winner the Authority's General Coun- 


sel, William R. Simpson Jr., 
wrote the Justice Department, 
“since available sites for public 
housing within our budget are 
practically nonexistent.” 


The District Redevelopment 
Land Agency already has urged 
the Justice Department to seek 
a reconsideration of the 2-1 ap- 


Whooping Crane 
Hatched in Zoo 


(Picture on Page 3.) 
NEW ORLEANS, May 29 & 
The only pair of whooping 


scout car, a Harbor patrol boat’ J. Gregory, William H. Natcher. ST@™*5 '" captivity hatehed a 
and two motorcycle policemen) Brent Spence, John C. Watts and chick from. one of their two 
responded. But they had no Carl D. Perkins, and Republican eggs today 


boat capable of negotiating the 
rapids. 
While they sent for one, Tom- 


my Bridges, 829 N. Buchanan Democrat, had no opposition but George 


st. Arlington, an elevator re- 
pair supervisor, came along in 
his motorboat and went to the 


Gene Siler 
Reps. John M. Robsion Jr., 
Republican, and Frank Chelf. 


will have opponents in Novem 
ber 


Clements thanked Blackburn 


The offspring “looks fine 
and seems to be all right.” said 
Douglass, director of 
Park Zoo. “We 


the second one 


Auduben 
hope 


the 
just 


rescue. Bridges told police he for “congratulations on my -ap- hatches now.” 


was familiar with the river at 
that point. 

Fairland was transferred 
from Bridges’ boat to the har- 


parent renomination,” declaring 
it “sets a fine example for all 
Democrats to follow.” 

The sudden concession came 


The two eggs were laid four 
days apart, and Josephine, the 
mother, was still sitting on the 
other egg. Crip, the father, is 


bor police boat and taken to with returns in from only 181\the “most attentive I've ever 


Baxter’s Boathouse near Key 


Bridge on the District side. 


a 


N. Y. District Attorney Investigates 


Informer Says Galindez Was Hurled 


NEW YORK, May 29 (\#—The 
district attorney today 


tor Rafael Trujillo, died in the 
boiler of a Dominican ship last 
March. 


jillo regime, disappeared in 


found no clues to his’ fate. 
Today representatives 


Republic. 


‘“underground” 
dis-|was thrown into the boiler be- 
‘closed investigation of a report/tween March 13 and 16. 
that Dr. Jesus de Galindez, foe, 
of Dominican Republic dicta-'people “close to Trujillo” who) 
‘are working with the ‘Revolu- 
‘tionary Party. 
Silfa said source of the infor-. 
Dr. Galindez, Spanish-born mation was crew members of 
professor at Columbia Universi-| the ship who “saw him thrown 
ty and writer against the Tru- 


Dominican Revolutionary Par- 
ty demonstrated outside offices Deen subpenaed. 
‘lof Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr.,' 
legal counsel to the Dominican said two ships of the Domin- 
, New York 

Nicholas Silfa, of the Revo-\harbor during the period tothe book 
lutionary Party, said he learned w 
from the Dominican Republic} The district attorney’s office into print.” 


that Galindez 


He said the report came from 


alive into the boiler.” 


Alive Into Boiler of Dominican Ship 


declined to say what it hoped 
to learn from the agent, the 
New York and Cuba Mail 
Steamship Co. . 

Anti-Trujillo Dominican 
picket signs read: 

“Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr., 
‘would your father approve your 
representing Trujillo even for 

a month?” 

The Dominican Republic In- 

fermation Center issued a state- 


Ss 


Later District Attorney Frank ment criticizing a book by De 


March. Police have previously §, Hogan's office said Silfa had)Galindez, 
‘been questioned and records Of were published today by the 
of the the New York agent of the Do-\wew York Times. 

‘minican Steamship Line 


The district attorney's office 


ican Line were in 


hich Silfa referred. 


had 


excerpts of which 


The book, the Times said, ac- 


sassinations. 

The Information Center said 
“appears to contain 
inothing .. . not previously put 


’ 


precincts showing Clements 
with a 8922 lead over Bates. 

Clements’ campaign chair- 
jman, William A. Young, said 
‘the second Senate seat opened 
‘up by the late Democratic 
Sen. Alben W. Barkley’s death 
of a heart attack April 30 “had 
not been discussed.” 

The Democratic State Com- 
;mittee, a majority of which 
consists of Clements support- 
ers, is to name a nominee to 
run in the Nov. 6 general elec 
tion 


seen of animals in the zoo,” 


Douglass said. 


Stef Reporter 


Revenue Rules Idle Aid Ahead in 22 
y Firms Is Not Wages Convention 


D. Nossiter 


Vote Races 


Contest So Close 
Absentee Ballots 
Could Be Factor 
In Deciding Issue 


— — ——_ -_—— — 


C. Albrook 


pellate finding that a $7000 jury 
award for the Riley house was 
too low since it left Mrs. Riley 
owing $1900 on the three mort- 
gages it carried. 

The court held that leaving 
Mrs. Riley that much in debt 
on the house interfered with 
her Constitutional rights of 
home ownership, “the highest 
form of property known to the 
lew.” 

The Housing and Home Fi- 
nance Agency, it was learned, 
also will support an appeal. 
HHFA Urban Renewal Com.- 
missioner James W. Follin, 
speaking in St. Louis yester- 
day to a group of housing of- 
ficiais, said the decision raised 
“a serious question” whether 
the federally aided redevelop- 
ment program could go for- 
ward ona “‘ull-fledged” basis. 
The RLA offered $6250 for the 
Riley house, at 823 Delaware 
ave. w.. in 1954 when it 
moved in to clear the _ sur- 
rounding 8& acres for rede- 
velopment. Mrs. Riley asked«a 
trial, and a District Court jury 
awarded $7000. This she also 
turned down, afd the Appeals 
Court set the verdict aside, or- 
dering further lower court pro. 
ceedings. 

Six months before Mrs. Riley 
bought the house in 1951. Mor- 

See RLA, Page 16, Col, 4 


5 


Area Searched 
For Missing Bov 


Metropolitan and Prince 
Georges County police and 
Prinée Georges County volun 
teer firemen searched in 
woods in Hillcrest Heights last 
night and early today for an 
S-year~<ld boy last seen headed 
for the woods at 8 p. m. 

County police said » Gary 
Lewis Smith, son of Mr. and 
Mrs.. Dan Smith, 2503 South. 
ern ave., wandered away from 
the back yard of his home’ 
where he had gone to play 
Neighbors reported seeing him 
inear the woods. 


fit payments by ford, General! 
fraction of the 167,000 unem-| 
ployed in the auto industry be-| 
beginning June 4. 

They will now get the full 
Internal Revenue had ruled the 
henefits constituted wages, 

By Douglas B. Cornell 
cut at least 20 per cent by with- MIAMI. Fla.. M 
é D MIAMI, Fla., Ma ( 

holding and Social Security y 20 
would have had to pay the 2. thin’ shaky edge and ap- 
per-cent Social Security and 3- peared likely to hold it to- 
on the supplements : ~ " ; 

Even more important, Rev- With Sen. Estes Kefauver in 

See PAY, Page 16, Col.1 _idential primary. 

: a dy | The former Illinois Governor. 
pace, a nose ahead of the Ten- 
| And precincts 
| tery generally regarded as leane 
ing toward Stevenson. 
returns from 1641 of 1778 pre- 
cincts 
cent 

Kefauver 200,963 or 49.5 per 
Stevenson leading for 22 of 
28 Florida votes at the Demo 
Stevenson's share of the vote 
had been inching up - percept- 
continuation of the trend would 
assure him a slender margin 
Still, there was a chance the 
outcome of the only Kefauver- 
would be determined finally by 
the absentee vote to be tabu- 
or even in the official canvass 
to be made next week. 
the primary 

President Eisenhower snowed 
land of California, who wasn’t 
an actual competitor, in the 

These were the GOP stand- 
ings in 1283 of 1778 precints. 
cent. 

Knowland 1879 or 5 per cent, 
State-wide edge, Stevenson was 
ahead for 12 votes at large at 
vention. And he led in five of 
eight congressional districts 
tion votes. That put the Ke 
fauver share at six. 
counting, the gap between the 
rival Democrats was inconclu- 
‘Jumped back and forth from 
one to the other. 
ed, so did the claims on the 
bulk of the state’s 28 votes 
Convention in August. 

Stevenson was on top by 154 
by only 28, then Stevenson 
again by a couple of hundred, 
two-thirds point in the count- 
ing of returns. 
course, was a walkaway for 

President Eisenhower, who had 


Motors and Chrysler. A small 
comes eligible in the pay period 
pay called for in the plans. If 
their checks would have been! 
taxen. Smectet, badiesers Adlai E. Stevenson seized a 
per-cent unemployment levies night in a close, hard battle 
enue officials said, the plans the Florida Democratic pres- 
|was moving along at a steady 
inessee Senator. 
‘still uncounted were in terri 
These were the standings in 
Stevenson 206,590 or 50.5 per 
cent 
cratic National Convention. 
agewise, to the point that a 
of victory on a state-wide basis, 
Stevenson primary in Dixie 
lated over the next three days, 
One thing was certain about 
under Sen. William F. Know- 
Republican end of the balloting, 
Eisenhower 37,742 or 95 per 
By reason of his slender 
the Democratic National Con- 
with a total of 10 more conven- 
All through the early ballot 
\sively narrow. And the lead 
Each time the margin shift 
at the Democratic National 
votes, the Tennessee Senator 
And so it went, on past the 
The Republican primary, of 
| See FLORIDA, Page 2, Col, 2 


Purge Reported in the South 


Russia Executes Azerbaijan Premier 


And 3 Others as Henchmen of Beria 


for the remaining four 


years of Barkley’s term. (Picture on Page 16) 
The GOP state committee is A BS . | 
to meet Saturday to decide) MOSCOW, May 29 (®—Mir 
whether to appoint a nominee Dzhafar Bagirov, former Pre- 
or have one chosen in a pri- mier of Azerbaijan, has been 
mary executed with three other for- 
that Soviet 


. mer officials of 


, io. a 

’ ey were convicted as ac 

ia Today 5 Index scieatlece of the former Soviet 
| Page | Page police boss Lavrenty Beria, 
Alsops 25 Herblock 24 executed as a traitor in 1953. 
| Amusem'ts 32-33 | Horoscope 47 They were convicted also of 
Childs ......24 Keeping Well 46 counter-revolutionary activity, 
City Life 27 Movie Guide 31 use of improper police meth- 
Classified 34-43 | Obituaries ...28 ods, intrigue against faithful 
Comics .. .46-49 | Parsons .....32 Communists and loyal. Soviet 
se- 

te. 


Editorials ...24 
i Events Today 28 
| Federal Diary 27 
Financial .18-19 
‘ Go 48 


Sports . 

TV-Radio 

Weather ....28' The Worker, that 

Winchell ... 45 | Moscow today. 

Women’s .29-31' The other men executed 


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were M. D. Barshchev, H. I. 
Grigoryan and Lt. Gen. R. A. 
Markaryan of the state secu- 
rity services. 7 

Two other defendants, 5S. 5 
Ibrogimovich, a tormer vice 
commissar of state security, 
and S. Emelyanov, a former 
people's commissar of state 
security in Azerbaijan, were 
sentenced to 25 years. 

During their public trials 
held in Baku April 12 to 26, 
Bagirov was accused specifical- 
ly of acting with Beria in in- 
triguing against “that outstand- 
ing Communist, Sergei Ord- 
zhonikicze,” who died in 1947. 
At Beria’s trial, testimony re- 


Party secretaries in Azerbaijan 
and a former Premier there, 
Musa Bakon Danzansa. 
Bagirov was made an alter- 
nate member of the Presidium 


of the Communist Party 
through Beria’s intercession in 
March, 1953, soon after Stalin's 
death, Radio Moscow an- 
nouncea the following July 18 
that Bagirov had been dis- 
missed as Premier because of 

“gross bureaucracy.” 
Bagirov's execution may 
mean trials for other Beria 
henchmen in the republics of 
Armenia and Georgia. The for- 
mor Armenian Communist Par- 
ty chief, Grigory Arutinov, and 
the former Georgian Premier, 
Valerian Bakradze, were arf- 
after Beria’s downfall 


- THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES 
i W ednesday, May 30, 1956 


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He'll Win i in California 


Internationa! News 


Getting a Kick Out of Campaign 


‘ Mrs. Thomas S. Ryan of Artesia, Calif., 
Mrs. Richard M. Nixon, wife of the Vice President, 


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FLORIDA—From Pq. l 
Adlai Leading 
Florida Vote 


competition in name only from 
Sen. William F. Knowland of 
California. In many precincts, 
election officials didn't even 
bother to turn in the Republi 
can count 

The only other event in the 
primary of more than passing 
national interest was scrap 
over election of a. Democratic 
national committeeman from 
the state. Party loyalty was at 
issue. 

Florida Democrats 
their present national 
teeman, who was censured 
the State Democratic 
tee last spring for failing to 
support Stevenson as the 1952 
Democratic presidential can 
didate 

Jerry W. Carter, who has 
said he will support the Party's 
presidential choice this year 
or quit, easily took the measure 
of the incumbent commitice 
man, Richard D. Barker 

A few run-offs for sheriff ard 
other local offices drew voter 
attention in some parts. of the 
State 

But the big battle, naturally 
was the Kefauver-Stevenson 
affair 

A complete count from Miami 
and Dade County gave Steven 
son a margin there of nearly 
4000 votes—46.209 to 42,27! 
That was at least a partial, and 
perhaps strategic victory for 
Stevenson, as Kefauver had 
made a strong showing there in 
the 1952 primary 
“Stevenson definitely captured 
areas along the Gulf Coast 
where many ‘“Ssenior citizens,” 
have come to retire. He said 
at Vallejo, Calif... tonight he 
was happy about that, although 
early returns from Florida were 


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SAN FRANCISCO, May 29 


Adiai Stevenson was told by| 
his campaign managers here | 
today that he looked like a cer-| 


tain winner over Sen. Estes Ke. 


Tennessee in 
presidential 
next Tuesday. 


He heard 


fauver of 


that he was far 


‘ahead of Kefauver in San Fran- 


cisco 


gencrally, and that 


lanywhere near as strong in the 


| Los 


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win by a 


“landslide.” A victory 


Cali-' 
primary! 


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and northern California! 
if he was! 


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Angeles area he ought to) 


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‘would give him 68 more votes'| 


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ithe kind 


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the Democratic 
Convention in mid-August. 

Stevenson, 
Angeles, 


paign that was waged in Flor- 
ida last week, and expressed 
the hope that the one in Calli- 


fornia would be an a higher’ 


level. 

Arriving in San Francisco by 
air, Stevenson ignored Ke- 
fauver and trainee his fire on 
the Eisenhower Administra- 
tion. He said 
cratic tide running 
country this year” 
the Democrats who told him 
of his roseate outlook in the 
primary confessed to reporters 
that “I Like Ike” sentiment 
still was powerful in California, 
and that the President ap- 
peared to be a cinch to carry 
the Golden State in November. 
They said Vice President Nixon 
would “hurt” him if he is on 
the 56 ticket, but not enough 
to lose the state. 

Stevenson, in a speech at the 
San Francisco Press and Union 
League Club, attacked Presi- 
dent Eisen*ower, trying 0 
show that he was not giving 
America the kine of leadership 
that was needed in this “peril- 
ous stage of history.” 

He recalled an 8-point speech 
made bv President Eisenhower 
on April 17 

“First, he (the President) said 
he is unequivocally in favor of 
ihe supreme importance of 
ne individual. And | agree 
with him 

“Second, he proclaimed the 
importance of spiritual values. 
| take it we are agreed on that. 

“Third, he is unequivocally 
in favor of prosperity, peace, 
plenty. and happiness. Any- 
body here against that? 

“Fourth, he said Government 
must concern itself with hu- 
man misfortune — though of 
course he cast the usual Re- 
yublican anchor to windward 
by saying we must be careful 
not to impair the initiative or 
ineentive of the unfortunate. 


“Fifth, he announced that 
one and all should cooperate 
for the common good. Any- 
body here against that? 

‘Sixth, seventh and eighth, 
he came out boldly in favor of 
\oraham Lincoln, declared 
‘hat America must be pre- 
pared to defend herself, and 
¢ said we must promote free- 
dom and justice and peace. 

“Now that is the program 
that the President put forth 
as his contribution to the na- 
tional debate of 1956. That was 
what the President said—and 
that was all he said. 

‘And I say to you that how- 
ever lofty his sentiments, how- 
ever good his intentions, this is 
not the kind of leadership we 
require as We venture upon the 
perilous stage of history in the 
last half of the 20th century— 
particularly when there are 
lurking in the wings the Vice 
President hé esteems so highly 
and the old guard stage man- 
agers of the Republican Party.” 

Stevenson charged that in 
the Eisenhower Administration 
the farmers’ income has been 
“chopped to pieces,” and that 
the farm depression is spread: 
ing to cities 

He charged nothing was be- 
ins done to meet the national 
emergency in our schools, and 
that the Administration op- 
poses every new move to help 
older people 

He went on to say that Pres- 
ident Eisenhower remains 
lent in the face of _ terrific 
tension created by the Su- 
preme Court's ruling against 
segregation in the schools 


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By Robert C. Albright 
Siaf? Reporter 

LOS ANGELES, Calif., May 
29.——Estes Kefauver flew to Cal- 
ifornia today for a final bitter 
‘round with Adlai Stevenson for 
\this state’s 68 Democratic con- 
vention votes. 

The Senator was delayed in 


|New Orleans several hours to- 
day when his plane developed 


engine troubie. 

The pattern of Kefauver's 
California campaign appears ir- 
revocably set: he will continue 
to challenge Sievenson person- 
ally, just as he has done in 


‘Florida, on the old age security. 


civil rights and anti-monopoly 
issues 

He will raise the cry of “boss- 
ism” against the California 


Democratic organization sup- 


|porting Stevenson much as he 
accused six Florida Democratic 


congressmen of “ganging up” 
against him 

And he will in all probability 
question Stevenson's position 
on three other issues of special 
interest to this section: public 


power, REA cooperatives and 


the recently vetoed Natural Gas 


By Charles Del Vecchio Staff Photorrapher 


Eric Sevareid, author and radio news analyst, meets Monica 
Boheman, daughter of Swedish Ambassador Erik Bohcman, 


at the American 
Shoreham Hotel yesterday, 


Capital News Problem 
Cited by Erie Sevareid 


News analyst Eric Sevareid 
said yesterday that getting news 
in Washington is “infinitely 
harder than it should be if those 
who tell us all is peace, pros- 
perity and contentment are cor- 
rect.” 

“I do not expect any govern- 
ment to conduct a searching 
self-examination in public; that 
is not the way of politicians in 
office,” the CBS chief Washing- 
ton correspondent said. “I don't 
expect the Government not to 
play favorites in the press—the 
favorites of course being those 
who find no fault with it. But 
I do expect the unchallenged 
right to point that out.” 

Sevareid spoke yesterday at a 
luncheon of the American Book- 
ellers Association 56th Anniver- 
sary Convention and Trade Ex- 
hibit in the Shoreham Hotel. 

“I do not expect a cessation 
of the subtle art of ‘managing’ 
the news, deliberately smother- 
ing out an unfavorable story, 
for example, by releasing a 
more exciting favorable story. 
This is not the frst Administra- 
tion to resort to this practice, 
though .i is the first to raise it 
to the f'ne art it is today,” he 
szid 

Warning of the dangers of 
nationa' complacency, the news 
commentator noted that the 
“profoundly disturbing news” 
that Russian air power ex ceeds 
our own “has caused hardly a 
ripple of concern among the 
peop+ ind in the press.” 

Sevareid said “both Govern- 
ment an.! most of .he big press 
wou'd huve us believe Heaven 
is at las achie ed and-it will 
be roses, roses all the way. | 
hope it will be roses all the way, 
but it’s not the business of the * 
free American press to assume 
it will.’ 

“Most people vote, and 
decide, on end results, not on 
trends,” he said. “That's pdrtly 
because they can’t detect the 
trends: one reason they can’t is 
that so many who can aren't 
troubling to /point them out 
often and insistently enough.” 

H. Joseph Houlihan of Lex- 
ington, Ky. was elected pres- 


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The proposal to unite with 
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at the state level a merger that 
took place at the national level 
many months ago. 

Meeting jointly with the AFL 
federation at the convention 
\will be Labor’s League for Po- 
litical Education, the political 
arm of the State AFL. 


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Reuters 

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by air today from London to 
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Before flying to California, 
and obviously before entering 
Florida for the last ten days of 
campaigning, a basic stratcgy 
decision was reached by Kefau- 
ver and the men immediately 
around him. 

Defeat in the Oregon prima- 
ries had jolted them badly 
From this northwest reversal, 
Fefauver drew one object les- 
son: he couldn't beat out Ste- 
venson for the Democratic nom- 
ination by running against 


|President Eisenhower. 


And final reservations about 
Stevenson disap- 
peared when the former Illinois 
governor on an earlier trip to 
Florida criticized the Tennes- 
sean's absences from the Sen- 
ate and questioned his White 
House qualificationg, Kefauver 
aides say. 

Kefauver first let fly at his 
opponent last Tuesday. He has 
continued to attack him directly 
nearly every day since. His Cal 
ifornia plans call for more of 
the same, only rougher, regard- 
less of what happens in Florida 

Opinions may differ on what 
effect this sort of campaign will 
have on Kefauver'’s long-shot 
chances as well as Stevenson's 
prospects for the nomination 
Some even may question its 
propriety. 

But more and more observers 
are reaching the conclusion 
that come what may. Kefauver 
is out to “rough up” Stevenson 
so badly that he may have seri- 
ous difficulty in winning the No 
l spot. ; 

Once Kefauver launched this 
kind of attack he burned behind 
him all bridges to a once talked 
of “deal” with Stevenson. On 
the other hand channels are still 
open between Kefauver and 
former Gov. Averell Harriman 
Some competent observers be 
lieve that if Kefauver retains 
any bargaining position at al! 
after these two primaries, Har- 
riman would be the man he 
would trade with 

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nomination without Florida 
providing he takes California 
If he takes both, he’s a shoo-in. 
But Kefauver’s only long chance 
lies in taking both. Victory in 
California alone would probably 
make him an important conven. 
tiorr factor. but even the Kefau- 
ver people don't claim it would 
land him the nomination. 

This long-odds position ap- 
parently doesn't disturb the 
handshaking Tennessean a bit 
as he moves into California. He 
is preparing a 9<lay campaign 
which for sheer human endur 
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Florida records 


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June 5. 

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The search was touched off 


'chocky and Samuel Rogovsky. | 
‘They in turn summoned four 
more policemen and began a 
systematic, room-by-room 
search of the building with 
pistols drawn. 

On the third floor Sochocky 
heard a sound, turned on an 
office light and saw Terranova 
crouched with gun in hand. 
Sochocky sprang back into the 


‘hall, told the prowler to come 


out with his hands up, and 
waited 

The prowler came out and 
placed the weapon atop a vend- 
ing machine. He said nothing 


until later, when he told police 


Police Trap Armed Prowler 


he had been a mental patient 
in an upstate New York hos- 
pital. 

Terranova added that he had 
received a medical discharge 


from the Navy because of rare 


tal illness. 

He said he had seen an open | 
window at the building, hoisted | 
himself in an@ took the gun. | 
He said the two shots were 
fired aimlessly after he heard 
a noise. Police recovered one 
slug lodged in a wall. 

Mun‘cipai Court Judge John 
J. Malloy, who sent Terranova 
to the hospital, continued 


charges of unlawful entry and /| 


petty larceny to June 28. 


lain, for Ideal Father of 1956. 


Bette Dreith (left) and her sister Shirley read their letter 
nominating their dad, Capt. Joseph F. Dreith, a Navy Chap- 


Dad Who Is Also ‘Mother’ 


Wins Girls’ Nomination | 


An armed forme? mental/erai Hospital for 30 days to! 
through the corridors and up 
the stairways of a darkened! 
building early about 3:30 a. m. when two shots 
fore he was r the Recorder 
captured in a Duildine. 515 D st. 
third-story  of- ‘shots came from a .38-caliber 
The unshav- ‘Dallway desk of a guard. 
en and dishev- (me | “At the time, Guard Edward 
eled prowler, = | |\L. Brooks, 31, of 2012 Mary- 
himself as Mi- i iment. He returned to the main 
chael Terra- Be if | floer, spotted Terranova, and 
nova, 29, of ‘went outside to call police. 
N. Y., was sent to District Gen- manned by Pvts. Patrick So- 
Girl Killed 
is 
TOLEDO, Ohio, May 29 7?— 
A fugitive driving a Cadillac 
deputy sheriff to death at a) 
roadblock to) 
day and ran 
killed a girl) 
helping a blind 
man across a 
Police identi-| 
fied the des-| 
perado as John | 
Brooklyn, N. Y.| 
Bo Two other 
wens astern armed-| 
arrested at the first roadblock. | 
They gave their names as Wal-| 
ter Bryant, 32, New York City, 
phia 
Police said the fugitives stole | 
the car three days ago in New 
The three men were fleeing 
from a service station robbery 
when a highway patrolman, un- 
them as speeders. Police said 
Powell and Bryant admitted! 
the three men bound Edward) 4 father who works from sun 
tank with gasoline, and headed 
for Toledo. 
The deputy sheriff, Ray 
the heart when he tried to ar- 
rest the three men at a road- 
block on a highway leading to 
Ann Martin, 19, an X-ray 
technician at St. Charles Hos- 
pital, was killed when Bowens 
block. Jay Francis, 
man who worked with Miss 
Martin in the hospital X-ray de- 


patient was stalked by police) yndergo mental observation. 
yesterday be- awe out through the hallways 
fice. | eo j | pistol he had taken from the 
who identified ‘land ave. ne., was in the base- 
Syrac use, sesraneve Brooks hailed a scout car 
By Aut 
74 ultO as 

stolen in New York City shot a 

down and 

street. 

Bowens, 35, of| 
robbery s‘ispects with him were) 
and Philip Powell, 24, Philadel- | 
York 
aware of the robbery, chased 
Young, 70, took $86, filled their'+, sun and still finds his work 
Westover, 29, was shot through 
Toledo. 
ran over her at a second road- 
partment, was iajured critical- 


Highway Patrolman Robert 
Newell. whe was with West- 
over at the first roadblock, said 
that when the officers tried to 
arrest the fugitives, Bowens 
fired. killing Westover. Powell 
and Bryant surrendered but! 
Bowen sped away. After the 
accident at the second road-| 
block Bowen gave up without 
a fight. 


Locomotive Catches 
Fire in N. Y. Tunnel 


NEW YORK, May 29 «7—The | 


Railrbad train, carrying 200 
passengers toward Grand Cen- 


31. a blind- 


is never done because he has 
to be a mother too, has been 


nominated by his daughters for 
the Ideal Father of 1956. 

Navy Chaplain Capt. Joseph 

F. Dreith, 47, director of Plans 
and Policies in the Chief of 
Chaplains Office, was put on 
the slate by his daughters, 
Bette, 13, and Shirley, 10. Mrs. 
Dreith is critically ill at Be- 
thesda Naval Hospital. 
For six months, ;the girls 
wrote, their fatper has filled 
his triple role as Chaplain, 
father and mother — shopped, 
cooked, done housework at 
4631 24th st. n. in Arlington and 
helped with their homework. 

“Then no matter what he 
wants to do or how he feels, 
he always asks us what we 
would like to do,” said Bette, 


Dope Charge 
Gets Airman ## 


3.Yr. Term 


A 22-year-old airman 
pleaded guilty to possession of 
inarcotics was given an indeter- 
minate term not to exceed 
‘three years in Upper Marlboro 
‘yesterday 
lothers watching your case.” 


| Donald A. Richardson, 
merly stationed at a oe 
Md. Nike site, was sentenced 
by Judge Cnaries C. Marbury 
\of Prince Georges County Cir- 
cuit Court. 


Richardson was arrested on 


|March 4 after police and armed) 


services authorities found mari- 

‘Juana and narcotic parapher- 

Malia in his possession. 
Marbury made the sentence 


\effective at the time of Rich- 


By Vic Casamento, Staff Photographer 


ardso’s arrest. 

In a plea for leniency, Rich- 
ardson told the judge “I'll 
never make this mistake again 


iin my 


life.” He urged clem- 


fency on grounds that he was 


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k 


a Stratford Jr.. High student. 
Shifley goes to'-John Marshall 
Elementary School in Arlington. 

The sisters, who of course 
give their busy dad a helping 
hand, are trying to win their 
favorite man about the house a 
Father's Day respite. 

To the winner of this paper's 
16th annual contest, nominated 
by a handwritten letter from 
his offspring, goes a Statler 
Hotel dinner on June 17, tickets 
to “The Catered Affair” at the 
Capitol Theater, a bronze 
plaque and a family TV appear- 
ance. 

Contest deadline is June 11, 
so let us know about your ideal 
dad. Mention the school you go 
to, your name, address and the 
ages of the people you write 


about in your note to the Ideal ° 


Father Contest Editor — The 
Washington Post and Times 
Herald, Washington 5, D. C, 


Attorney Has 
Until the Law Steps In 


‘Well, 
diesel engine of a New Haven Jackson has been living in a alley ; 


Attorney Thomas Searing ‘ 


motorist’s paradise for the past 
year. Yesterday his ‘paradise 


‘Good Thing’ 


your honor, it IS an 
“Yes, ‘it IS an alley and it is 
illegal to park in an alley,” 


said Neilson. “Tl find aaa 


the sole of his 
mother. 

Marbury gave a three-year 
|probationary seygtence to a 24 
year-old formef Marine who 
tried to woo back his éstranged 
20-year-old wife at gunpoint 
last March 21. 

The jurist ordered Daniel S 
Green, a former University of 
Maryland journalism student, 
not to force his attentions on 
his wife “until she is willing 
to accept them on a voluntary 
basis.” 

Green pleaded guilty to an 
assault and battery charge. He 
was accused of forcing his wife, 
with whom he eloped five years 
ago, into his car at gunpoint 
and demanding her return, 


support 


Fifth Dwelling Fire 
In Week Starts Probe 


BEACH ISLAND, S. C., May 
29 w—This little town’s fifth 
dwelling fire in a week 
stroyed a combined grocery- 
last night after an 
explosion. The 


residence 
unexplained 


‘structure belonged to Mr. and 
Mrs. 


David Hughes, neither cf 


whom was at home when the 
fire broke out about 11 p. m. 

Fire Chief David Butts esti- 
mated the damage at about 
$5000. He said neighbors re- 
ported hearing a car drive up 
to the Hughes place and after 

a few minutes there was an ex- 
OI losion -heard more than half a 
mile away. Insurance investi- 
gators have been sent to inves- 
tigate. 


tral Station, caught fire tonight was shattered by a friend, guilty and suspend imposition Sen. Johnson Off 


in a tunnel under Park Avenue.| Municipal Court Judge George of sentence.” 


Authorities said the passen- 
gers were not in danger and 
were not removed from the 
train while firemen fought the 
blaze. Traffic to and from the 
big terminal was 
more than an hour. 


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halted for r 


D. Neilson. 

About 12 months ago Jack- 
son; 46 whose law offices are 
at 719 15th st. nw., spotted a 
emall space between two fire 
escape ladders in an alley next 
o the old Belasco Theater, a 
block from his office. 
| Shopping around, Jackson 
located and purchased an An- 


glia, a British made car slight-’ 


ly smaller than the space be- 


told reporters he 
Neilson’s deci-| 


Jackson 
Ww ould appeal 
sion. 


Sen. Ives Enters 
Hospital Again 


Associated Press 


For Mayo Checkup 


United Press 


Dem.cratic Leader 
Johnson (Tex.) left 
by air for the Mayo Clinic at 

*chester, Minn., yesterday for 
la pone + ee checkup. Johnson suf- 
fered a heart attack last July 
ibut recove-ed satisfactorily and 

been performing his duties 


Senate 
Lyndon B. 


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was hatched yesterday in 


New Orleans from one of two eggs belonging to the only 
pair of whooping cranes in captivity. Josephine, the mama 
crane, wasted no time in wild whooping. With hope in her 
heart, she eased down on the second egg. 


Falsifying Bank Ledger 
Charged to Area Teller 


A 28-year-old former Silver 
Spring bank teller was charged 
yesterday with violating the 
Federal Reserve Act by making 
a false entry in the accounts 
of his employer. 

David L. Clark, was arrested 
by FBI agents at his apartment, 


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Daniel Guilty 
In Abortion 


Death Trial 


NEW YORK, May 29 
Thomas G. Daniel yas convicte 
of first-degree 
today in the abortion death of 
his girl friend, Jacqueline 
Smith. A General Sessions 
Court jury of 10 men and 2 
women deliberated for verdict 
an hour and 35 minutes. 

Daniel, 25-year-old clothing 
salesman, could receive a maxi- 
mum of 20 years in prison. Both 
|the state and the defense 
offered final arguments yester- 
iday. The trial began May 7. 
| Miss Smith, 20, a fabrics de- 
signer from Lebanon, Pa., died 
in Daniel's apartment = 
Christmas Eve during 
bungled abortion. 

The state alleged that Daniel 
arranged for Miss Smith to 
undergo an abortion at the 
hands of Leo Pijuan, 46, a male 
nurse and son of a Puerto Rican 
surgeon 

Pijuan pleaded guilty during 
the trial. 


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manslaughter 


Armored: Truck 


Shipment Held Up 


GALVESTON, Tex., May 29 
r—The Customs Collector to- 
day held up a shipment of 38 
armored trucks, perhaps des- 
tined for French Africa, be- 
cause he had not received 
iclearance from the State 
partment. 

One report 
| Army colonel of skaendinn was 
on his way to Galveston to see 
that the trucks were “properly 
demilitarized.” 

Alvin Scharff, customs agent 
in charge in Galveston, said 
he had information that “the 
French legation in Washington 
negotiated for the purchase of 
some 300 armored troop car- 
riers some time ago.” He un- 


| 


is 
Sen. Irving M. Ives (R-N. Y.)\as majority floor 1 ader since|derstood that the 38 vehicles| 


entered George 
vesterday 


Washington Congress returned in January. lwere part of that consignment. 


iR. 
jister as a 


1535 W. Falkland lane, Silver 
Spring. 

Agents said Clark made a 
false entry in the general 
ledger of the Bank of Silver 
Spring on May 17 showing 
$7299.43 less on hand than the 
books called for. The next day 
Clark, father of two and a 
‘bank employe since 1949, was 
‘fired from his job 

Clark was arraigned before 
'United States Commissioner F. 
|Archie Meatyard at Bethesda 
and released under bond. The 
case was continued until June 4. 

The FBI said $5500 in cash 
i'and the balance in.checks were 
missing 
| Clark is accused of making 
an entry of $10,645,961.52 in the 
ledger rather than a figure 
$7299.43 greater. The day after 
this entry was made the FBI 
was called into the case 

The penalty for making a 
false entry under the Federal 
Reserve Act is five years im 
prisonment, $5000 fine, or both 


Pastor Sentenced 


In Church Thefts 


| PITTSFIELD. 


29 ‘™—The Rev. George F. 
Davis, 56, pastor of the non- 
denominational Hinsdale Chris- 
tian Church, which he found- 
ed, today was sentenced to 
(wo years in the House of Cor.- 
rection for larceny of religiols 
articles from other churches. 
District Court Judge Charles 
Alberti denounced the min- 
“nathological thief, 
a pathological liar ‘who de- 
iceived his flock by re present. 
ing himself as a man of God.” 
Investigators said more 
than 300 religious articles 
were recovered in the Rev. 
Mr. Davis’ home, his church 
and the home of a parishioner, 
including a bishop's ring taken 


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eer Wednesday, May 30, 1956 3 


Infant Dies of Burns, 


Last of Nine in Blaze 


. 
Distriet Chapter of the Bed 
Cross and Barney NeighBor- 
hood House. New furniture and 
cash donations poured in w@til 
the Red Cross was called off to 
administer a fund of $653.26, 
Various agencies pooled 
their efforts at providing a sew 
home for the two mothers. 
They now share an apartment 
with a third sister, Marie 
Parker, in Barry Farms, a Na- 
tional Capital Housing project. 


Ten-month-old Mary Saun-! 
ders died Monday night. She 
was the ninth victim of a fire 
‘that wiped out two families of 
‘children in the home they 
‘shared at 1316 Union st. sw., 
on April 20. ; 

The infant was the youngest 
of Mary P. Saunders’ four 
children, all of whom died with 
five others belonging to Mrs. 
Saunders’ sister, Dorothy 
|Parker. Burned over her en- 
|tire body, the baby had been 
igiven little chance for survival. 
‘Children’s Hospital physicians 
‘said she waged a “strong 
ibattle” against odds no one 
| that badly burned ever has sur- 
mounted. 

The victims of the fire 
ranged from 3 months to 7 
years. All were found by fire- 
imen huddled in attitudes of at- 
|tempted escape from the flames 
i\that engulfed their second-floor 
isleeping quarters. 
| Firemen believed an over- 
turned oil heater touched off 
the fire. The mothers were pre- 
paring supper at the nearby 
home of a relative. 
| Two of Mrs. Parker's chil- 
dren, Dorothy, 4, and Richard. 
3 months, were pronounced 
dead at the scene. The seven 
others lived to be hospitalized 
Tawanna Saunders, 3, died in 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
4 nee! May 30, 1956 


teen 


Cyprus Reds 
Ask Halt 


In Fighting 


Renters 
NICOSIA. Cyprus, 
The outlawed —<ypriot 
miunist party Akel 
leaflets in Nicosia today calling 


May 


for an end to the bloodshed | 


that has marked the union-with- 
Greece movement on Cyprus 
since last year. 

The leafiets said the party's | 
policy was that “violence shi uld | 
cease—in whatever quarter it 
may come from.” 
all. furtuer hangings 


general amnesty; 
regulations should be abolished; 
all political prisoners in this 
British Mediterranean island 
colony should be released, and 
Archbishop Makarios, leader 
of the union-with-Greece move- 
ment in Cyprus unt:l his re- 
cent deportation, saould return 
from exile with other deportees. 

In a second leaflet, Akel car- 
ried on a running feud with’ 
thy FOKA leader, Digenis, ac- 
cusing him of promoting dis- 
sension among Cypriots and 
said Akel aimed to press its 
campaign for a 


<9 | 
Com- | 
scattered | 


It urged that! 
of con-| 
vieted Cypriots should be post-| 
pofed as a first step toward a| 
emergency | 


“united demo-| 


Pinte. 


Grimacing in pain, a native of Nicosia, Cyprus, holds his 
leg after being wounded during a bomb attack against 
British soldiers lured into ambush by schoolgirls. 


International News 


Makarios Rescue Attempt * 
Fails, 20 Die, Paper Says 


LONDON, May 30 (Wednes-'on a reef off the coast ol Africa | 


Around the World 


Reds Lose Heavily to Socialist Allies ° 


talian Vote; Center Parties Gain 


ad May 2 (#—Pro-' 


Western center. parties ap- 


peared tonight to be holding. 
firm as Italy's major political | 
| force. With vote counting in. 
provincial and municipal elec- 
tions passing the halfway 
mark, these results emerged: 
®* Impressive gains by Pre- 
mier Antonio Segni’s Christian 
‘Democrats in Sicily and many 
‘parts of the Italian mainland, 

* New support in the indus- 
| trial North for Stalin prize. 
‘winner Pietro Nenni’s Social- 
ists, which have been sub- 
ordinated to the Communists 
but are now making a bid to 
‘take coritrol of.the Italian left- 
wing. 

' © Communist losses in pro- 
portion to Socialist gains. 

A system of proportional rep-, 
resentation scrambled the pic- 
‘ture in communities of more 
than 10,000 population In 
some cities — notably Rome, 
| Florence and Venice—returns 
| thrust the balance of power in- 
to hands of the Fascist-Mon-| 
archist right 

The balloting was held Sun- 
day and Monday for city and 


i 


- 
| a& 


village councils and for pro- 
vincial, or county, govern- 
ments. 

The polling filled 6587 com- 
munity and provisional coun-| 
cils and local posts in 563 other 
communities. In the last local 
elections the center parties won 
contro] of 3878 councils. 

In 4637 communities thus far 
reported, the Christian Demo- 
erats and their allies had won 
2724 councils Socialists and 
their Communist partners 1163 
and other parties 750. 

Of 1040 provisional council 
seats thus far decided, the cen- 
ter parties captured 641, So- 
cialists and Communists 391 
and far right parties 8. 

Rome, seat of Roman Cath- 
olicism, veered towards an un- 
stable government. Christian 
Democrats and their allies cap- 
‘tured 35 of 80 seats on the 
common council and the far 
left—~polling its greatest vote 
ever here—got 29. The Fascists 
and Monarchists racked up 16 
seats. 

Florence and Venice and 
other cities found themselves 
in similar . positions. Among 
them are Bari, Leghorn—which 


voted Communist 


‘tered by proportional 


ciatic strugcle” for selidetermi 
nation: 

TEOKA is th~ fighting arm of 
the union-with-Greece move- 
ment. | 

Three Cyprus newspapers 
one English, one Greek right 
wing and one Greek left-wing— 
tac ay resronded to an appeal by 
British Governor Sir John Hard- 
ing. to urge that peaceful rela- 
tidns »*tween Greeks and 
Terks in Cyprus be restored. 


Greeks, Turks Clash: 


day) 7? 
reported 
national 
Orthodox 
rios from 

month when 


today .that an 


Archbishop 
exile failed 


Pacification 
Near, Algeria 


, London newspaper 
inter- 
plot to rescue Greek 
Maka- 

this 
a schooner sank 


with the loss of 20 persons 

The Daily Telegraph said in 
a London dispatch that the at- 
tempt was a “buccanecring 
episode without parallel” in 
East African waters. 

The Telegraph said the pias 
was to rescue Makarios, de- 
|ported leader of the Cyprus 
j}union-with-Greece movement, 
ifrom the Seychelles Islands, 
feast of Africa in the Indian 
‘Ocean. The Archbishop was 
to be taken to neutral territory 
and then flown to Athens, 


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NICOSIA, Cyprus, 
Greek- and Turkish-Cypriots 
battled with pickaxes, bottles, 
stones and bricks in a fierce 30- 
minute battle today outside a 
Nicosia cemetery 

Authorities said one Greek- 
Cypriot was killed and 18 others 
were injured in the renewal of 
communal fighting. One Turk 
ish-Cypriot was injured 

The fighting begah after the 
funeral for a Turkish-Cypriot 
peliceman who died this morn- 
ing from injuries received in a 
terrorist bombing attack eight 
days ago 

An offictal statement said a 
crowd of Turks returning from 
the funeral set fire to a Greek 
house, a Greek-owned factory 
‘and a delivery van driven by a 
Greek 

British troops and 
broke up the riot About 400 
Turkish-Cypriots then charged 
police in an unsuccessful effort 
to free arrested rioters. 

Turkish-Cypriots, whd are out 
numbered 4 to 1 by the rival 
community, are violently op- 
posed to the Greek-Cypriots’ 
terrorist campaign for the union 
of this island colony with 
Greece 

Earlier, a Greek-Cypriot dri, 
ing a truck was killed and his 
companion wounded at Afania 
village, near Nicosia, reportedly 
by Turks 

[In London, United Press 
quoted the Daily Express as 
reporting that Turkey had sent 
Turkish Army officers to 
Cyprus in disguise. It said 
their presence a grim in- 
dication that should Britain 
hand Cyprus to the Greeks. the 
Turkish Army would move in.”} 


Hig 


May 29, 


police - 


Chief Reports 


be 364,000 French troops on ac- 
tive service in Algeria by the 
end of next month- 
pacify the counry” 
coste, Resident Minister 
geria, 
today. 


er of a general 
debate 
or death 
let's 

ment, 
been 

situation 
territory 
ernment 


ecrs 
Morocco, 


have been 
hypocrisy,” 


out in favor of a form of asso-| 
ciation 
metropolitan 
France 
iull restoration of order before 
carcryirg out 
velopment plans 


elections 
been 
French 
the Mosiem 
with 
Algeria 


said 

The plan was to be carried 
out in a 120-ton, two-masted 
schooner, the, Haiouko. The 
wreckage, the Telegraph said, 
has been found on a reef in 
the Comoro Islands off East 
Africa 

The schooner’s British owner, 
a Frenchman and 18 men out 
of a complement of 25 went 
down with the ship, the news- 
paper said, and the. five sur- 
vivors are now awaiting inter- 
rogation 


Reuters 


PARIS, May 29—There will 


—“enough to 

Robert La- 
in Al 
told the French Senate 
the curtain-rais 
Parliamentary 
that may mean the life The ship’s 
of Premier Guy MOl- 1. was Eric 
four-monthold govern. East African trader who 
Lacoste said there had played a. leading part in the 
an improvement in the discovery of the “living fossil” 
in the North African eh the coelacanth. in 1952. 
since the’ Mollet gov~' the story said. [Hunt has since 
took office been reported missing.) 
he warned of the dan The British Colonial Office 
. hich might come from <iq it would make no comment 
Tunisia and Libya 


the at 
assurances which 


Speaking at 


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Hunt. 42, 


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‘thing & Haberdashery) 
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170 6G St. NCW 
RTO i5th St. N.W 
Lynn Jewelers 
soa F St. NW. 
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eit.9t4 F St NA. 8.837 
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(Dresses. 
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Saltz F St. 

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92° Tith st. NW. NA. 

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925 Penna. Ave. N.W. RE. 
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232 G St. NW 


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provincial elections, parallel to 
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comparison to the total results 
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Center 11 208 243 


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Right 2303653 (11 4: 345% O86 (123) 
In Rome, Premier Antonio 
Segni said through a spokesman 
that he was “very satisfied with 
election results thus far.” 

[In Rome Reuters quoted 
Nenni as saying in a victory 
statement “The Christian 
Democrats must now get down 
to brass tacks with us, and we 
with them.” International 
News Service reported that 
Public Works Minister Giw- 
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conservative branch of the So- 
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TELEVISION 


Nationally advertised three woy 
Chinese Classic Style, 


599.95 21” 
Hi-Fi combinetion, 
radio with three & 
auto. phonograph 
259.95 RCA Super Series on Casters, Modern 
cabinet, aluminized tube, 159 
ond filter screen 

449.95 1956 Nationally advertised 21" de- 
luxe modern low -body combination, alumin- 
ited tube, filter screen, 3 speed aviometic 
phonograph, beavtiful 
sounding rado 

329.95 RCA deluxe 1955 21” 
screen with oluminized tube 
249.95 1956 WHellicrafter 24” 
mized tube, mohogony 
wood cabinet 
349.95 Motorola 7! 
built-in UHF tuner, olumir 


$198 


toble model, 


olum: 


deluxe console with 


“<4 $199 

$79 
$129 
$149 


tube ond filter screen 

189.95 21" 1955 CBS teble 
model television 

299.95 1955 Emerson 21 
on swivel base, mohogany coebinet 
329.95 Syivenie dely 
21° aluminized tube, hole light 
$299.95 1956 Hal 


“% 
Z console 


$119 
249.95 21" Phil n , 1956 
aieil with sri -anggremePbor $144 


259.95 21° Syivenia teble model, mahogony 


wood cobinet, $133 
$124 
$149 


3} speckers, hi- 


$149 


21 toble 


$149 


alumin- 


console 
xe console, 


icratter 


civuminized ty 

169.95 1956 Gederal Electric 20" 
table model, aluminized tube 
229.95 21 Philco 1956 swivel 
console, top touch *t 
369.95 1956 21 Senshes rt 
fi console, aluminized tube end 
filter screen 

209.95 1955 RCA Super Series, 
mode!, ciuminized tube, 

filter screen 

169.95 21 
izec tube, 


Admiral teble model 


top 


radic, 
record 


funni ne« 
? 000 00 Capehort, hi-ft AM.FmM 
three speed oaviomafl« phonograph 
storoge spoce, dovble 12° 
speckers, cluminized tube 
359.95 Sylvenia super deluxe cheossis, hale 


legit cluminized 185 


tube 


1955 model, 274° console, 


filter screen, top 
tuning, mahogeny wood 


cabinet , $169 
249.95 CBS deluxe, blonde, eluminized pic 


ture salle end fiiter 26 


399 95 1956 nationally edverticed 21” 3. 
woy combinotion, cluminized tube, 3-sp0eed 
avtomatic phonograph, ond —_ 
beovtiful sounding rade 179 
1955 21" Admiral 


3469 9S Admiral, 
oluminized picture tube, 


229.95 Admiral 271" 1956 teble model with 
evtomatic push button controls, 


cluminized tube, filter screen . $148 


419.95 WNetionelly advertised 24 


console, aluminized tube, filter $176 


screen, deluxe chassis 
television, 


299.95 Capehert Hi-fi 
$139 


aluminized tube end 

three speckers 

209.95 1956 Philce swivel-medel console, 
2'" picture, cluminized tube, 

filter screen, fingertip tuning $169 
379.95 1956 Philce, 21° eluminized picture 
tube, filter screen, fingertip tuning, micre- 
grid 390 chassisy top touch 

tuning $219 
259.95 RCA 21” swivel console, 66 
cluminized tube, filter screen $1 


1956 General Electric portable television re- 
ceiver with handle ond. brightly $108 
colored carrying case 
179.95 WNoetionally odvertised 17" 
television with hendle 

carrying case 

339.95 1956 Phileo deluxe console top touch 
tuning, aluminized tube and filter $s 

eam 199 
RCA 21" 
aluminized tube ond 
filter screen 
359.95 1956 21” 
three speckers, 
screen, beautiful 
mohogony cabinet 


21" 


Tm 
1955 21” Netienelly edv. 

T/m 
549.95 Notionally odvwertised 24 

FM combination. three 

speed phonogroph 

599.95 1956 Notionclly advertised model, 
24° tube, three-wey combinction with AM 


FM radio and three speed phone $299 


graph, 17" tube 
three woy 


299.95 WNoetionally advertised 
tombinetion, radic, three «peed $148 
ovtometic phenogreph, 17" tube 

399.95 1956 Admire! 21" three-wev com 
binetion with redice and $227 
three speed automatic phone 

169.95 1956 Meterele 21” toble $129 
model, olga ni red tube 

269.95 21 RCA Super Series. 
weed cabinet, console, olumi 
nized tube end filter screen 
297.95 1956 Emerson deluxe console 
screen, aluminized tube, 

filter screen 

2799.95 21” Nationally oedvertised 
filter screen, mahogany 


portable 


console, mahogany weed cebinet, 


149 


Capehert deluxe console, 
cluminized tube, filter 


mohogory 


$179 


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39 


console, 


cabinet 


wooed cobinet, aluminized tube 
339.95 21” Syivenie. 1954 model. with hole 
ony wood 
189.95 RCA 1955 21” $129 
299.95 Genero! Electric 71" con 
sole, aluminized tube. filter screen $199 
tien, aluminized tube. filter creen 
speed phonegraph, record $249 
239.95 21" Emerson table 
model, 19546 . 

conse!® alumi 
nited tube filter screen built-in UME 
tuner, hale light, beautiful 


light? aluminized tube, mahog- $149 
table model 
499 95 Admire! 21 1953 3.wey ~~ 
sforege tpo 
379.95 1956 Syivenia 21 we 
mahogony cabinet $169 


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REFRIGERATORS 


499.95 Servel electric, 10.5 cubic feet co- 
pacity, double door refrigerator with 
autematic defrost and avute- $188 
motic ice moker 

299.95 Hotpoint 10.5 cubic foot refrig- 
erator with avtematic defrost, shelves 
on door, lerge $149 
freezer, crispers 
299.95 1956 Nationally advertised 10.5 
cu. *. deluxe refrigerctor 

with automatic defrost 

649.95 Kelvinator 

Foodorama 

299.95 1956 Philee 10.5 cu. f. 

with lerge freezer, 
crispers, shelves on door 
799.95 Admiral, 9.5 cu. f. 
with automatic . 
defrost 


erator 


refrigerator 


$149 
299.95 Nerge 10.5 cu. 


outomatic defrost Palo +158 
299.95 Kelvinator 10.5 cu. ff. $ 

1956 refrigerator 209 
349.95 1956 Philco deluxe, large shelves 


on door, crispers, large $999 


freezer across top 
refrigerator, 


299.95 11 ow. . Philco 

with lerge cross-top freezer, $179 
shelves on doors, crispers 

549.95 13 cv. . Nationally advertised 
double door deluxe refrigerator with 
125 tb. feed freezer, shelves on door, 
crispers, roll-out 

shelves $349 
499.95 Kelvinator upside down ‘a 
erator, lerge freezer on bottom, 
refrigerator of top, crispers, 

and shelves on door $939 
439.95 Admiral 1956 deluxe double 


door refrigerctor with $999 


avtematic defrost 


AIR CONDITIONERS 


New 1956 COOLERATOR, %-H?P $149 


#199 


17 ow. f. 


+248 


De luxe 


$258 


De tuxe 


$244 


18 ow. 


$329 
$169 


ft. Upright 


4179 


aluminized 
tube, filter screen, moahogeny 
wood cabinet $1 i 
tube, filler screen 
279.95 1955 Emerson 21” console $98 
toble model, 
cluminized tube $79 
2279.95 1956 Admiral 21” cen 
ized tube, 
filter screen 139 
odvertised, 1956 
end mahogony vood 
cabinet cqnsole $169 
399.95 Deepfreeze 10°: cv. ft. $199 ey 
lune 
Model with Thermostot $149 
refrigerator combination, tremendous 
freezer across bottom, eutematic de- 72 Amp 
398.00 Super De Luxe, 1.4 F. Flush Win 
Son heo!t $239 
499.95 Hotpoint double deer evtometic an a sage : 
. atonally verti se 
defrost refrigerater, *229 very compact $209 
cabinet design 
499.95 Nationally Advertised 14 cw. ff. 1956 Nationally Advertised $199 
Free ith 
De tuxe Chest san tan $199 399 95 Nationally Advertised 44 $136 
HP: @ real specicl 
369.95 Negionally Advertised $169 Flush 
1! cw. ff. Upright Freeze a on 2-speed fon end $329 
% 1955 HP. 
cu. . Upright Freezer 229 Fiush Mount with $158 
499.95 DEEPFREEZE 16 cv. ft. 349.95 Nationally Advertised 
thermostat 
; : Flush Mount 
299.95 Notionally Advertised $169 top-reted medel with therme $209 
1! cw. f. Upright Freezer stot 
f. 1955 CHRYSLER 24 4.P. Casement 
Upright Freezer; shelves on 1955 CHRYSLER ‘o-HP. Case. $177 
door and baskets ment Window Model 
$179 
" HP Flush Mount 
Upright Freezer; shelves on 399.95 CHRYSLER 1-4? 
deer end baskets Mount with Thermeostet, 1955 
499 95 1956°2-4H.P. De luxe Air $258 
Ereezer; oll-cluminum interior 349.95 RCA 1955 24.H.P. De Luxe Flush 
ond beskets . Mout, hi-le speed fon, 
push-butten control 
Freezer; with beskets ond tag h + gg V>-4.P. Casement Wie 
seperate fast-freerer section 4 fon 
399 95 34 HP De luxe Window $169 
ight Freezer; 
Uprigh 799 9524-4 FP. 1956 Fluch Windew $199 
deluxe Model with Thermostat 
Cenditioner. Fiush Meunt with 
Thermostot $178 
Reg. Win 


249.95 1956 WMaetienally edvertised 71” 
aluminjzed 
sole, cluminized tube, tow tuning $148 
95 24° WMaetienelly 
filter screen 
269.95 24° Capehert 
Automatic Deluxe 399 951955 a a 
369.95 Flush Mount, %4-H.P. 1956 $177 
frost, shelves on door, $949 
dow Medel Thermestet 
1H P Flush 
Mount; Thermostot, 
1! ov. . capecity 
H.P.. 7Ve Amp. Casement Wind 
beskets and all de luxe features 
499.95 Super De luxe 1954 2.4 * 
339.95 Nationally Advertised 299.95 ADMIRAL 
Thermostot 
Upright Freezer 248 MP 
399.95 Nationally Advertised Windew Model. with thermestet $197 
499.95 Nationally Advertised 1956 Nationally Advertised 
ron $239 
499.95 HOTPOINT 17 cu. ff 
Conditioner, with Thermostat 
: Thermo 
549.95 PHUACO 18 «ww. fr. stat, heat $199 
with Thermeste? 
heot, 2 - $199 
599 95 Notienclly Advertised 
Medel with Thermostet 
349.95 WNetionally Advertised 399.95 COOLERATOR, 1954 1-49. Air 
369.95 %-HP 
"$229 


399.95 DEEPFREEZE 12 «cw. 
Freezer, 


Casement or 


299.95 1956 CBS 21” console, 
blonde table model, eluminized 

tube 
299.95 Haellicrefter 21°’ 
349.95 CBS console, deluxe chassis, clumin- 
model, with aluminized tube, 
television, 1956 
499.95 Hotpoint upside down freezer- 
crisper 
> ov. . Chest Freezer . 

dow Medel, hi-le speed 


Thermestot 


ANS 


34.95 Menning Bewmen 12 Inch 3-Speed 
Hesseck Fon 

49.95 Cory lé-inch 3-Speed 

All-Purpese Fon 

59.95 Reversible 2-Speed 

Window Fan 

52.50 Emerson Combinction Windew 

end Pertable Fon 

39.95 Vernede 20-inch 2-Speed 

Window fen 

49.95 12-inch High Velocity 

All Purpese Fon 

84.95 Westinghouse Deluxe 16-inch 2-Speed 
Well, Fleer, Table or Windew fon 

79.95 Emerson 20-inch 

Fen on Wheels 


97.50 Heover 139.95 New 1956 
“Constellation” FEDDER 


VACUUM DEHUMIDIFIER 
49-95 capacity) "% 79-95 
39.95 New 1956 


PHILCO & 
ADMIRAL 


y 4:95 


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Complete with 
eftachments 


139.95 Columbia 
“360” Hi-Fi 


PHONOGRAPH 
- 59-95 


Avteomoti« 
negory tod: ng 


Fully Automatic 
Clock Readies. 


USE TODD’S EASY PAY PLAN! 


69.95 G.E. 
Lewyt or Universal 
New 1956 Canister 


VACUUMS 
39°5 


complete with 
attachments. 


lid, 


27.95 Preste 
Aute. Electric 


SKILLET 


Complete with 


29.95 All Purpose 


FLOOR POLISHER 


conister 


Fits any tank of 
vacuum polishes 
fieors, cars, furti- 
ture 


13-78 


9.95 General Electric 
ALARM ® 
CLOCKS 


69.9 5, Broil-Quik 
ROTISSERIE 


infra-red rotisserie, broiler end 
thermostot; heat control; 4- 


m See hour automatic 19: .98 


2. 
Easy-Out 
Ice-Cube Trays 


timer. 
49.95 National Brand 
Double Brush Electric 


FLOOR POLISHER 


26** 


25 Aluminum 


99° 


299.95 New CBS 3.WAY Combinetion AM.FM redie: 

eutemetic phonograph; fomevs “360° seund; dual 

tpeokers meoehogeny or blonde 

269.95 Nationally Adveftised 

hen, Mi Fi 3 speckers, 

3 speed phonograph 

399.95 1956 Hi-Fi AM.Pm Combinotion, 

3-speed ployer, 3 speckers 

beoutitul cobinet 

249.95 1956 Am-FM Combinetion, 3-cpeed 

phoneg aph, mahogeny weed console 

199.95 1956 Radice-Phenegragh, wooed 

console combination 

499 95 Notionelly Advertised, '« fabvleus imported Hi-Fi 

SW.LM, directional built-in entenna, 3-cpeed cavte 
mo nogreph, beovtiful ‘leo-boy modern cabinet 

329.95 19564 Werld-Fameus Hi-Fi Combinetion AM-FM., 

phonogroph, record steorege spoce, 


3 speed 


1936 \2-twhe, AM-FM Combine 


$169 


GARRARD 


AM.Fm, 
Jipeed 


SYLVANIA 1956 Hi-Fi Console; excellent 3 speed 
evtomotic eneneere™, beouti tui 

moder  cobire 
249 95 ADmimAt Hi-Fi Censole; 3-speed 

evtemot phoregroph 
EMERSON 1954 Hi-Fi Weed Console, 


3 speed autometic phonegraph 


HIGH-FIDELITY 


485.00 CAPEHART 1954 H/F 


recorder 


12?-tubhe rodic 
CAPEHART 1956 Hi-Fi 
phonograph 
179-95 ZENITH 1956 Hi-Fi 
4 speed ployer 
19546 Werld-tomovws imported s" 
built-in ber 3-speed 


ton 


evtomeatic 
465.00 ZENITH Ultra Hi-F 
Combinetion 
199.95 1956 Dumont Hi-Fi 
Gvuai tone 
end 45 spindle 
199.95 Webcor Hi-Fi console. # 
phonograph 
289.95 ZENITH Hi-F 
speed stroboscope avitometic pho 
greph with 
199.95 1956 Emerson rodic 
phonograph 
1679 95 RCA Hi 
eviomotic phonograph 


AM.FM Combinetion built-in tepe 


3-speed avutomotic phonograph, 4 speckers, 


mohogany blende of cherry ftimish 
Console; 3. speed avtomotic 


4 speokers beautiful cabinet 
Console 
3 speckers 


AM.FM Combine- 


console, beautiful mahogeny cabinet, 


three speed automatic phonograph $139 


AM-FM console, four- 


io boy 


phonograph 
Am.FM 
4 speed phonograph 


control, 
ree speed avtomotic 


~ooc « 
Po y 


monhogony 
Oo w 


intend leather top 


console 


Fi «oneole three speed 


Norge 1956 Electric Dryer— 
110 or 220 volts ... 
RCA Whirlpool 1956 “$y. 
preme” Automatic Washer 
Kelvinator 1956 Automatic 
Electric Dryer .. 
Norge De Luxe Fully 
Automatic Washer 


2229 
RCA Whirlpool 1956 
Automatic Washer 


Hamilton 1956 Automatic Electric 


Dryer, heat control & $] 37 


avtomatic timer ... 
Norge 1956 Automatic Electric Wash- 


er with the famous Norge $499 


re-sudser 
] 956 Avtomatic . 


RCA Whirlpool 
*159 


Electric Washer— 
9-Ib. load .... 

RCA Whirlpool! 1956 Automatic Elec- 
tric 9-lb. load 

Dryer 


‘219 


WASHERS AND DRYERS 
$9o9 319.95 


279.95 
259.95 
199.95 
299.95 
249.95 
289.95 
249.95 
199.95 
199.95 


159.95 


Maytag 1956 Automatic 
Washer 

Hotpoint Automatic 
Washer 

Norge Avtomatic 
Washer 

Whirlpool Automatic 
Electric Dryer .... ca 
Maytag 9-lb. Automatic 
Washer 

RCA Whirlpool Automatic 
Washer ... | 
Norge Super De Luxe Auto- 
matic 4-way Gas Dryer 


Hotpoint Automatic Electric 


Dryer with water flow action 


Nationally advertised square 

tub de luxe Wringer-Washer 

Blackstone super de luxe 
Wringer-Washer .... _ $79 : 
Maytag 

Wringer-Washer 


199.95 NORGE 36-inch Gas 
super-size oven, plenty of 
storage space 


plenty of storage area 


grill on top; plenty of 
storage space 


299.95 HOTPOINT 30-in. 


automatic push-button 
controls and deepwell 


flashy back panel 


269.95 De Luxe 30-in. 
button controls and 
automatic clock timer 


40-inch RCA Estate Electric Range; automatic 
clock and timer; appliance outlets; 


399.95. RCA Estate Super. De Luxe Double 
Oven Gas Range, Automatic clock and timer; 


Super 
Electric Range with built-in rotisseries and 


1956 Super 30-inch Automatic Electric Range; 
large storage drawer; handsome, 


Electric Range; push- 


Mo 


RANGES 


30-inch RCA Estate Automatic Gas Range 


with automatic timer and $] 69 


glass oven door 
449.95 KELVINATOR 40-inch Double Oven 


De Luxe “Yellow” Range; automatic with 


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raisable deepwell 

289.95 HOTPOINT 39-in. Electric Range with 
top push-button controls; electric clock and 
timer; automatic appliance 


outlet cs 
i: apts a 


229.95 RCA De Luxe 36-inch Gas Range with 
automatic clock and timer; appli- 
on outlet; glass oven door 


199.95 RCA Estate 36-inch Electric Range. 


3 large storage $y 39 


compartments ......6eeeeeeees 
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Range with 


De luxe 
30-inch RCA Estate 


229 


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ws a, *¥ ) => % oo | : ie, Three powers asked the U. N “hands-off” warning to the|behavior, The band withdrew) NOTICE 
L . | “=> \Security Council today to back Philippines and Nationalist| to the high country northeast of 

-\up Dag Hammarskjold’s peace China that encroachment en/|A! Abr. No casualties were re- TO THE MEMBERS 

efforts in the Middle East by|two island groups strung be-| Ported. MERLAND’S CLUB, INC. 

assigning him a continuing tween Indochina and the Phil-\[ndiq Strike Violence 

“good shepherd” role in the  ippines in the South China Sea) eats Memprial Day Services will be: 

Arab-Israeli dispute. “will absolutely not be tolerat} AMBALA, India, May 20 || held et 10:45 AM. at the Club. 


The U.N. Secretary General, ed.” ’ Four people were killed and six’ 
in turn, appealed to the Arab| A_ Radio Peiping broadcast | injured when police opened! 
states and Israe! before the 11- by Communist China's Foreign fire this morning on strikers! 
nation body to take voluntary | Ministry tonight laid claim to at a railroad workshop in| 
action for solidifying the cease-\the islands—the Parace| and | Kalka, about 35 miles from this’ 
fire agreements and strengthen-| Spratley groups—to which both) Punjab town, according to a 
ing peace. prospects. He called | Nationalist China and the Fili-|report received here. 
on the Western powers and|pino private citizens have laid Demonstrators squatted on 
Russia to match such steps'claim within the last few the track, preventing engines’ 
with actions of their own, weeks, "> moving out. 
ra ae oe 2. , The Paracels lie 300 miles eanwhile about 10,000 rail! 
Be Arahat Sen Feat, eee a aes PPL GAMe ot Lodge Jr. sponsor of the|*0Uth of China's mainland be-|Workers at Kharagpur, negr: 
thorough job end absolute protection. oi ” et hs) '<65 a8 |resolution that gave Hammar-| ween the Communist North /©4lcutta, returned to work to-| 

Te iF (ae 2 ad | skjold his Mid East mandate,| Vietnam coast and Luzon, The “Ay after a violent 22-day strike 
Guaranteed moth proof rug storage Vie "<> 2k Me oo announced support of a Brit- disputed Spratleys are 9800 Ver the reclassification of cer- 
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$2.00 per season. 7 Bd ae 2s eee \requesting him to continue gp and wees 4 ee Pau S Wines and, 
oe | : a wird ace efforts among the Arabs pS are = Gminnaonte u : 

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~ rrea ry clrrs hi Org “a * iG ; 4 mS . ) Lodge declared it was the Soviet Accuses Bonn | - . Wisconsin Avenue at Harrison St. N.W.. 
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Fa ——.  F . wee €6|sOlidate the gains by the Sec-|Soviet Gover t tod . - 
NOrth 7.3400 ng Sees |retary General” and prevent|cused the West German. Em. SHOP PAUL'S — COMPARE PRICES 
1420 You Street, N.W. ‘s oe 2 i a 8 the recurrance of conflict along|bassy in Moscow of issuing il- SEE HOW YOU CAN SAVE 


‘ | we the oomy, frontiers. The/legal German passports to So- ’ 
AL AN ONG DISTANCE MOVING ; ie American diplomat said Ham-jviet citizens to enable them to 
LOCAL AND LONG DIST M ) a oe marskjold's mission had doné|jeave Russia. qd e! e ” Ur.- r ” a t. 


Our Sist Year of Service 


— ———— Se ; much good and served to check; A note handed to West Ger. 


“the ominous drift toward hos-|man Ambassador Wilhelm Haas : 
tilities” of last March and early| declared that Soviet citizens Madison Club 


April. can be released onl d 69 
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Lodge _— _ after British | individual decree issued by the 6 YR. STRAIGHT ° 
Delegate Si? Pierson Dixon) presidium of the Supreme So- 

formally submitted the resolu-|yoiet (Parliament). KENTUCKY FIFTH 
tion and called on the Security| The dispute arose out of : 

Council to “foster but not West German attempts to re RBON ~ 
force” a solution of the prob-| natriate some 1000 Germarr citi- ' thy 
lem. French Representative | zens it says still are held in the — : 


Herve Alphand said it wWa&s| cp. Tond ' ‘ ‘ 
“indispensable” that Stammario ot Union. They have been Prince Paul 


. /pouring into Bonn’s improvised 
oe oer his work f0F Embassy in Moscow's National | AY 
peace in the region. ‘and Metropole hotels asking as- V KA 
Australia, Belgium and Cuba sistance to leave 
‘ . . signified their indorsement of | " , 
The Corporal Ranks High _ | the British proposal, which 1s| Russo-Japanese Tie | 0 Prost 3 rite 
expected next week to be ap-| a a. : 8 ' es 
In Zurich, Switzerland, spectators are dwarfed as they gaze (proved unanimously. TOKY ve 
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up at the United States Army’s guided missile, “The Cor- ‘ resent at the Security Coun-| T° psa Ban gay a lags, FRENCH WINES 
poral,” which was displayed at a two-day international air Ee eae mae fe cided to grant limited recogni-§ 1949 Graves es 
show. Nine countries took part in the program. Iresentatives of Israel and its|“0" to the Soviet Mission here 1949 Medoc 


four Arab neighbors — Egypt,| @ wee Which, for the 
‘Syria, Lebanon and Jordan) a last five years, 1949 Bordeau Superieur e* 


ad U | They are taking part in the de-| 3 | g has officially 1949 Saint-Emili 

| o E- h | bate without a vote. Also seated | | me. been regarded OETIOM . «pues 
ussia rees XC an c “with aomedmediiaa tune riz N.|4 " ; as non-existent. 1949 Sauternes 4 ad 
Palestine truce chief Maj. Gen. : 8 | Foreign Min- $9.25 CASE—$11.75 CASE 


OM. . EL.MB f Canada, wt heey «6 ster Mamoru 
Of Navy Visits With U. S.ko rc cand. eo) RG Socemitsu sai GERMAN WINES 


) mame —§ the Soviet mis- 
The Soviet Embassy re-|Nathan F. Twining, Air Force Scope for Cooperation = << regarded solely MAY WINE 
vealed yesterday that Russia Chief of Staff, to attend Soviet) F4rmatly submitting his re-| me as an official 


é' a Aviation Day ceremonies in | = " Soviet Union So tune 
wants to send Soviet warships | voscow on Sine 04. port on his recent Holy Land| Shigemitsu . Lynns 


. oy . be id | agency tn 
Oh S$. GOVERNMENT i7spected to the United States on a) Moscow has ignored, how-/"tnere "ig wide acope” for eo-\charge of fisheries affairs. AMERICAN 
_ a “courtesy call” visit that would ever, a broad hint that the operation a y Bhan cr Siteeried The Japanese government, he CHAMPAGNE 
be returned by units of the) (United States would welcome ments as evidenced by his con-|%gid, was considering the ques- 


W 2 ° United States Fleet. an itation to all member: ’ , 
The Boct Fr in Chiekene An Embassy spokesman said of the Joint Chiefs of Stat? 2 sultations with member diplo-|tion of extending diplomatic JEAN BONNET POSSATI 
Russia broached the proposal | yisit Russia. mats on the Arab-Israeli ques- privileges to the Soviet Mission. YR. IMPORTED ‘99 CHIANTI 
— last summer but nothing came’ The invitation delivered | Uon. | OLD BRANDY Fifth 


-- “ :, of it. He implied the sugges-| Monday covered only Twining.| Dixon, in submitting the res- Aden Border Incident | Full Quert 
in Own tion still stands, though he|The other Chiefs are Adm.jolution calling om the Secre-| ADEN, May 29 ™—The Brit- 


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.»- ARE SOLD AT ‘S y S A F E W A Y — og ee came one <7 | the Navy and Gen. Maxwell! jin the Middle East, pointed out of 60 tribesmen which Saudi om feel BEER “°° CASE 
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formal invitation to Gen. ak toes the aoeaan ate crisis.” larmed as irregulars. OLD CHATHAM Bottled in Bond—100 Preef 2 99 | 
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fifth 


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The British diplomat outlined; A communique said the 
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.to follow in reaching a lasting:;camp of the tribesmen, in the OLD 
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| The Soviet Embassy spekes- Arabd-istaeu selliement. ey castern Aden protectorate about Quenti'y Rights Reserved 


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BERLIN, May 29 i#—East “As a result the state security They might as well give them-| “The German democratic re- 


German Premier Otto Grote- ans arrested 137 agents in|Selves up and thereby escape|public desires a lessening of 
wohl reported today that 137 a last few days. A xi of punishment before they are tengon,” he said. “But we de- 
“American agents” were ar-| . 7 arrested.” ‘mand the dissolution of espio- 
rested in the é |people were saved from great; Grothewohl charged that/nage agencies in West, Berlin 


Soviet zone re- _ |damage by the intervention of) Western espionage activity was|and a halt to violations of the) 
cently on. in- Ps ithe security organs. “endangering the lives” of Ger-' sovereignty of the German. 
formation sup- “This fact will cause great mans in West Berlin, West Ger-/ Democratic Republic and the! 
plied by a de- ’ fae (confusion among other agents.|many and East Germany. ‘international agreements on) ii 
fector from the - FF. /communications.” | . 
ey ; i _ . 
toy tewent a y | | ge reported from West | Bm Convenient Daily Service 
rotewa . . ‘Berlin that E. V. Ovchinnikov, 
told Parlia- a” Russian MPs Panes Jury Rejects |, former Soviet officer who 


: & 
ment the al- a ees . : : deserted to the West last De- 
leged spies To Visit 0 Bid for New Election |cember, said Russian authori- Bivefield, W. Vae 


were seized PANAMA, May 29 #—Pana-| ties had set up a:special center 
a 


after’ an uni- ' IN t Stahnsdorf near Berlin to|MM!| 
Grotewohl | LONDON, May 29~(INS)| ma’s national elections jury has monitor radio messages vy Beckley , W.Va. 
fT 


oe pyenage ng at Soviet Russia has accepted’ 
fled to the East with a “safe”|0vie > , bal , ‘a} governments and general sta 
eontaining “the complete files|® British invitation to send 16 rejected opposition presidential in olf West. Europese Gous- 


of an American espionage|™embers of the Soviet Parlia-| candidate Victor Florencio Goy-| 11:4. and to pick up messages | 
agency.” ment to visit Britain. tia’s petition to annul the May broadcast in cw United eeken fF Danville, Vee 


Grothewohl also said the| ‘The invitation was sent to 13 elections. “as far as possible.) 


Soviet zone government has|Moscow three years ago but! . 
freed “some thousands” of) at that time was placed in cold ernesto de la Guardia Jr. ee Call District 7-1800 or Your Travel 


political prisoners under a ya renip The visit will return feated Goytia 177,633 to 81,737. RUSTIC FENCES it Agent For Reservations, inf ten. 


cent amnesty. that of a British parliamentary He was backed by the Govern-| 
“As a token of his goodwill| delegation which toured Rus- ment of President Ricardo #™ 


he brought with him a safe|sia in 1953. The Russian MPs, |; oe mask ,enen pass Dit 
interactional News containing the complete files of! will spend 12 days visiting Brit- Arias Espinosa, Goytia a apr we patties: ap Ping ALY 
an American espionagelain. They are expected to ar- that more than 100,000 ballots) BARI I coe acme 


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me way and compared with | bills because Government-built 3-PC. FOAM RUBBER Bumper Sectional 9’x12’ LEE’S Red Springloop—Floor sample . OPC. i8tm CENTURY Mahousss Dining 7 
aco ype te Se Venee Sil aaate “will spread too thin a , Sofa by Kroehler, with curved center .. 575.00 397.81 9’x12’ HEAVY PILE Axminster Rugs .. . Roam. Buffet, china, oval table, 4 side, 
do.” . penning ‘o\limited supply of manpower, | »pcC. KROEHLER FOAM Sectional Sofa. 239.95 168.71 27” ALL-WOOL Red and Grey Axminster 2 arm chairs | RA egiwn ss hckewo 
0,” Reuther declared. materials and effort. 
He added: “The Commission; Fai 's fi 5 2PC. COLONY COURT Sectional Sofa .... 279.95 143.92 5 3 B. € 
: | Fairman’s firm plans to start ee |9.PC. 18th CENTURY Se ine M 
waits for private investment to|site clearing in October for a 2-PC. KROEHLER Nylon Living Room Suite 269.95 156.43 ) . i hn Dining R Buffet, chi . 
— atomic power competi-/$55 million, 236,000-kilowatt|] _2.PC. FOAM & NYLON Living Room Suite. 329.95 19732 Bee oy he Fo eedenenet 
Unt Rhee becawestment, walts|stomic power plant in, New “KINGSLEY Traditional T-Cushion Sofa... 39095 19.71 | 100% ALL-WOOL Twist Brosdloom.9 or Lo m 
: % *'@ 2PC. LAWSON T-Cushion Living Room | 12; Grey, Green or Nutria, sq. yd. ~s 9-PC. TRADITIONAL “Lite” Mahogany 
Suite, modern tweed . aka Gua cduc ed Sa . ee Dining Suite TF 
LAWSON STYLE Love Seats with fringe.. 119.95 19.26  'NNERSPRING Crib Mattress Hg ene eB a Remy # 
x : 5-PC. METAL Bridge Set | . ern Dinette 439.95 
- . wha ODD LOT Table Lamps ............+++0+. 5-PC. LIMED OAK Modern Dinette. Drop- 
' MAHOGANY Cellarette, sample ; ‘ Leaf Table, 4 Side Chairs 1 
MAHOGANY Gossip Bench, plastic seat ... 19. MODERN Limed Oak Cocktail Tables .... 


| 
Plan f A-k Pool '& | Choice of decorative colors and fabrics. 298.95 127.16 | , ' BLACK LACQ. Step or Cocktail Tables 
or nergy | ss - ae oe perm Eyes gr Me : REGENCY Moulded Edge Cocktail Table | 
2-PC. GRAND RAPIDS Fruitwood Provin- wees Saas Lune Soa 7 ! IMPERIAL or Grand Rapids Pembroke 
Reuters | ial Secti 1 Sof DECORATOR Modern Occ. Chair, 1 pair Tables, Genuine Mahogany 
VENICE, May 29—The for-/of tariff barriers, unification of | ee: sonal Sots , 4 right and left, shrimp with blond legs .. “ neten 
CONTEMPORARY Foam T-Cushion Sofa. . 296. CHINESE Black Lacquer Step Tables .... 99. 4-PC. CHERRY French Provincial Bed- 


eign ministers of six West Euro-/import tariffs, and the removal lb 
of such trade obstacles as im- 3 GRAND RAPIDS Provincial Love Seat.... 219. d MAHOGANY Brass Grill Credenza room Suite, triple dresser, carved 
mirror, chest-on-chest, dual swing-out 


an nations agreed here today wi 
“4 call a ren Rem ho for early in | POT quotas and export restric-/] LAWSON STYLE Foam 100” Sofa, sample. . BLACK Lacquer Decorated Tea Cart ..... ; 
June to draw tions. ‘& 3-PC. SILVER Grey Triple Dresser Bedroom 369.95 ‘ CITATION Foam Lounge Chair : 675.00 
up treaties for ai The main controversy for the || GREY Modern Triple Dresser Base : BLACK Lacquer Breakfront inse . aetna 
he is'& MARBELIZED Modern 66” Cocktail Table 149. 3-PC. SOLID Elm Ranch-Style Bedroom 


the creation of ministers -to decide here is | 
a European whether the atomic pool must|? — MAHOGANY Duncan Phyfe Wall Console Suite with Double Dresser . 


atomic - energy € be restricted to peaceful uses @ ! ODD GROUP of Assorted Finished Nite 
only or should provide also # Tables, left over from our Better Bed- 


l, known as ~e , | 
tom, and a | fifor manufacture of nuclear § ! room Suites. Values from 34.95 to... 69.95 : 27"x54"” DISCONTINUED Scatter Rugs, 
a 7.50 to . full-size Complete 


France insists that Euratom * PC. N Custom-) - Sofa.. 379. 478 12’x9’ LEE’S 100% Wool Axminster Rugs ‘ MODERN Fruitwood Bedroom Suite 

ishould neither permit joint 3 poe phere ger aca ng “ry m ee —— oe §’'x12’ IMPORTED Hooked Rugs—choice of MAHOGANY Step or Commode Leather- 

atomic arms production nor de-|{ sample = . Top Tables 

prive France of her freedom to ) ; 2-PC. GRAND RAPIDS Solid Mahogany Liv- 

produce the bomb. It was ing Room Suite—Brocatelle 

‘junderstood that a compromise | . 1 CARVED Regency Sofa with fringe 
innerspring mattress MAHOGANY Frame Plate Glass Mirror... 


lux nations—also agreed to ap-|plan would restrict Euratom to firm : attress 
spring on six legs, 39” size 79.95 


point Paul Henri Spaak of Bel- ponent uses for five years. |! B | ; | 
Slee: fatten see Gan Lar voww mmane — BUY ON OUR CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS 


The twin projects were|weapons, provided two Euratom | ascongRN Bleached Mahogany Buffets .... 129.95 48.17 Open Daily 


drawn up by a committee which icountries supported h : 
the foreign ministers appointed | mand. Ppo - + MAHOGANY Duncan Phyfe Dining Table.. 89.95 37.14 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m 


last June. i ts MODERN Grey Mahg. Drop-Leaf Table.. 99.95 34.53 , 
- Spaak Reowp he idea of ae | MODERN Walnut China Cabinet 78.25 Thurs. & Mon. ‘til 9 P.M. 
centers and a | MODERN Full-Size Dining Extension Table 99.95 43.86 
par + Fae making WAX BIRCH Hi Chair...... mat ha GAN 17.95 8.96 
, Toes og aioe |\@ CORD MAHOGANY Dining Ext. Table.. 99.95 29.66 
ésiablished over 12 to be Solo MAPLE Ext. Table, 30x42", opens to 60”.. 59.95 28.34 


She lanes eames meee, a 


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. Wednesday, May 30, 1956 ea 


PENS TOMORROW 9:45 A.M. 


SEARS 


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OME HELP US CELEBRATE 


S anid Cfpews 


SEARS NEW ARLINGTON STORE 


i ee i i A ea tl a ain Ria 


a Fabulous AT Al ‘TNDEC “Thursday and Friday, 10 to % ‘ 


y Storewide Sale Saturday, 10 to 6 


‘ : Thank you for your patience 
Dike while we've been building our 
. Fabulous prizes at our Grand Opening! Get your free entry blank at Sears Arlington - , 
/ ae Store... 10 to 9, Thursday and Friday; 10 to 6 on Saturday. Drawing will be at noon, new Arlington store. You have 


Monday, June 4... you don't have to be present to win! Sears employees, members 
of their families and children under 18 are not eligible. 


At Sears Arlington Store Only! ze a ee been extremely tolerant of the 
Come early Thursday for your ; : | dust, the noise, the hustle and 


free gift. We will be giving away: 1 PEE \ =— GRAND | 9» mu. ; bustle!) NOW WE’RE READY! 


1000 Measuring Glasses a en +f Reasrcup ~S _ We think you'll like our new 
1200 Savings Banks Pc am | fae wena. sud i store with its many new depart- 
1000 Metal Waste Baskets -.« goa Dryer Combi- | | crx. . 
ta Bs nation. De- |} \E._.. A ments, expanded lines of mer- 

1000 Cans of Paint s 3 | lune | Model, = é Be * 
e 1000 Rolls of Masking or ye a | RENEE chandise, better personalized 


Freezer Tape ogg oe gy 1 Fe Stearn,” service, greater facilities for 


Outfit, Reg. $39.95. : ision, Reg. $219" oS. 


@ 500 Books on Sewmanship ie apes Z ——S Pas more pleasant and convenient 


Come, bring the entire family... just drive in (a Guam ( axe Sell 2 Z shopping and parking! It’s Ar- 


to one of our big, storeside, modern parking . ‘ : 
lots! ‘No time limit, no tickets, no claim lington’s most complete depart- 


checks! Stay as long as you like . .. FREE! ; a’ éth PRIZE... ee ment store .. . made possible 


3rd PRIZE. 19. Kenmore i 
Sth PRIZE... 24. wns fe gee ge 


Try to make it for the Grand Openin In. Craftamen “Rotary coud Sth PRIZE... ; ee 
7 GB amaciew marsiagl” Ba saga, TT | __treden, Hon, $290.0 tag ss meme nag. 979-98 — through your friendship. 


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ALWAYS BUY WITH 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
10 W ednesday, May 30, 1956 


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anit ( 


4584 MacARTHUR BOULEVARD ~« PLENTY OF FREE PARKING 


DECORATION DAY SALE 


OPEN TODAY 9 A.M.to 9 P.M.—ALSO THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY 
ALL NEW MERCHANDISE—-NO FLOOR SAMPLES—NO DAMAGED GOODS 


Rated Ne. 1 in “Consumers” 
EXTRA SPECIAL! 


SCHICK “25” 


ELECTRIC RAZOR 


WITH YOUR OLD ELECTRIC RAZOR TRADE-IN 


NORELCO . . . 24.95 12.97 RONSON DeL. . 22.50 11.99 
REMINGTON .. 29.50 12.99 SUNBEAM WZ. 29.50 13.95 
Above Prices With. Your Old Electric Razor Trade-in 


ADMIRAL COLUMBIA 360 


4-SPEED AUTOMATIC 3.-Speed Auto. Tab. Mod. Mah 


RECORD 39-95 Record Changer 59.95 


CHANGER List 119.95 


7 59°" 


REVERE WARE 
40% OFF 


Reg. 29.50 


75 


Famous Make Deluxe 


30-in. Electric Range 
LIST 269.95 


INTRODUCTORY OFFER | 


REVERE 12 QUART 


SAUCE PAN 2 49 
> 


FAMOUS 
MAKE 
TELEVISION 


New 
in Crates 


"137 


EMERSON 
EXHAUST FAN 


2 Speed aa" 


Reg. 51.95 


GENERAL ELECTRI 


AIR CONDITIONERS 


1956 1 H.P. Thinline Ree 389.95 299.95 
1956 YA HP. Thinline 349.95 259.95 
1956 Y% HP. Thinline ...... Ree 289.95 229.95 
G.E. Prices Include 1-Yr. Service & tgyyf (Serviced locally by G.E. 

Supply Co.). All G.E. Thinline A.C. 1644" Deep—wused in either 
standard or casemnt windows. 


1 TON 
1956 THERMOSTAT 


Flush Meunt 
Famous Make 


Reg. 339.95 


199-95 


Chrysler Casement, 7'2-Amp. 

}Most Famous Make 1956 *%4-H. Pp. 
with thermostat 
Most Famous Make ‘56 1-H.?.. “230V-Flush 1-ton. 
Mest Femous Make 1956 %%-H.P., 7'2-Amp. 


FEDDERS 
DEHUMIDIFIER 


Y% TON 
CASEMENT TYPE 
FAMOUS MAKE 
Reg. 339.95 


199-95 


paeeee REQ. 349.95 219.00 
7Va-Amp., 


Reg. 359.95 218.00 
Reg. 339.95 225.95 


Reg. 369.95 205.00 


$69: .00 


2,000 « 
Reg. 159. 5° 


Aluminum 


, Chair 


Teke-With Special 


6-95 


List for 12.95 


ie 


GENERAL 
ELECTRIC 


STEAM DRY IRON 


Reg: 
” — 


For Sale in BD. C. Only 


EXTRA STURDY 
STACK . CHAIR 


Made with 1-in 
Aluminum Tube 
ond Heevy 2%" 
Seren Web 
Teke with 
Special 


List for 


20” LAU FAN 


$12.95 


PROCTOR HI-LO 


IRONING BOARD oss’ (as S|}! 
VACUUM CLEANERS 


Lewyt w-0/Papoose 69.95 39.95 
Lewyt w/Papoose _ 7995 43.95 
Eureka w/Roller Base 4995 39.95 
Euréka 6995 43.95 


Also” Heover at Similar Discounts 


3-SPEED 
ELECTRICALLY REVERSIBLE 


29-°5 


Reg 
$9.95 


FLOOR POLISHERS 


, 49 Sh 74.95 JOHNSON 
2.25 45 19 REGINA 
Tas Included 


UNIVERSAL 
HOOVER 
Federal! 


Reg. 


General Electric 


DRYER 


5.95 
General Electric 


WASHER 


1956 Model WA 550-N Medel DA 520-N 


Tor. corcce QQ-95 | 1%. cence 44Q-95 
1955 Frigidaire Dryer 


boll Delivery & Delivery 
$109 
NORGE 


AUTOMATIC 
DRYER 


$99 


Auto. Washer 


181.95 
GENERAL ELECTRIC 
@ mosite Maio 
DISHWASHER 
Portable. F/S 


p "95 149-95 


JAMES 
DISHWASHER 


Reg. 179.95 


—_——- y 
| Brand New 


in crates 


9-lb. 


SUNBEAM 
ELECTRIC LAWN MOVER 


Reg 


” Supreme Whirlpool | 
299.95 


& 


Reg 64-°* 
77.50 


149-95 


NOW IS THE BEST TIME TO BUY YOUR 


pally ye DISCOUNTS ON 


Automatic TOASTER 


at as dar Ly or 
as 


st rs 
as he onps 


List ye 


hish for 
mall 


os % 


TI 89 


@ APPLIANCES 


“Visualizer” 


| \! —————— 


_, Automatic SKILLET 


it 12-95 


Automatic 
Grill and 
Waffle Maker 


GENERAL ELECTRIC 
DRY IRON 


The best iron anyone can buy 
is the new General Electric 
open handle dry iron. 


MIXER 


spent 


Pest ab.e The 
eigh , 
the usane ~~ es 

, 


ha 
Model Mi 
I tet 1? 95 


DAVIS POWER MOWER 


REEL TYPE POWER MOWERS 


THE (GMs) SHARK 


22” Cut with recoil starter and Briggs A, 
Stratton 4-cycle, 1.6-H.P engine. Clutch 
controll a ay throttle lever, eliminating 
ty for a separate clutch- control 


List 128.50 


“39.96 


the nec 
leve 


SALE 
ONLY 


ratio) eageacuns 


18” cut with recoil starter and Briggs 
& Strattor§ 4 cycle 1.1 H.P. engine 


Plus all 
Shark 


SALE’ r 
meted * 


ae al 
speeds. 
; 


Grill en ene waffles 
on the other, The a may be 
easily remove and § reversed 


List 19.95 


12.95 


POR SALE IN DC. ONLY 


I} 89 


TWIN FAN 


Ventilator 


Pully Ast omatic. T! 
tre speeds. eas ly ++ BH, " 


Model T-2 .95 
List 59.95 


tHe other features of the 


List 112.50 


) T3871 


ROTARY-TYPE POWER MOWERS 


rHe Celis) MERMAID 


Pull 18” cut. An electrie model rotar 7 
wer. The same epecifications as th 
ather ‘= rotary mowers powered 


? LIST 74.95 
SALE 


ony D246 


rHe lls) FIREFLY 


ru LL i INCH Cur. 

safety 

ites cv otien. mm 

TRIM ys” on both ends of the 


tn pad 
ma 
to 2°. 
mo 
List “4 95 


SALE 


33.71 


ONLY 


THE SAILFISH 


18” cut with reco starter and 
Briggs and Stratton 4-crcle 14 
h.p. engine. Hardened chrome 
manganese stee! suction conm- 
tour design biede. Semi-pneu- 
matic tires. 1 to 249” cutting 


height. 
LIST #4.95 


ony 03.71 


ONLY 


* rhe =» MUSKIE 


ener 


+ | 
bi 
inch 
inc] 


SALE 
ONL 


THE ® MUSKIE, — 


> 
The Junior has the 
same features an the 


| ONLY 


20” WINDOW 


ae ade | W= 2 


FAN 
List 39.95 


fis”, =e 


3 he aw 20” blade | 
exhausts 2100 cfm 


and Briges 
ry 4- ezcle. 
Son s ih 


tier 


eat © sicher 
17.95 


82.50 


P.1 Roll Around 


FAN 


Reg. 59.95 


38°°° 


12-in Model 8-125 
List 29.95 


nm *4 a5 ae de 


LAWN MOWERS 


MOTO MOWER 
ROTARY TYP! 


18” CATALINA. Re 
is” REVIERA me tl 


oll Starter 


Starter €.Cs , 
"Starter Seif Propelled 
te" ‘CORSAIR Ree 
REEL TY? 

18” HIGHI ANDER Re i 

1k” MOUNT VERNON Re Btarte 
18° SUN VALLEY. Re | BStarte 


DAVIS MOWER 


ROTARY TYF 
18 FIREFLY ELECTRIC De 


1" uekia mR 


is BARRACUDA Re 


FOLEY 


1” RECOIL STARTER < Cycle. 2 HP 
a RECOIL STARTER Crcle HP 

' ROPE STARTING. ¢ 4 “ovale 1.75 HP. Clinten Coteman 
per Brine: @ Str 


50-FT. 


_HOSE 


Reg. 5.95 


9 


SUNBEAM 
HEDGE CLIPPERS 


31.49 


GARDEN 


249 


Reg. $46.75 


New All- -Purpose 


|B FAN 


The famous G-E with the 


— a stream for bet co 


Mode! A.-! 
List 29.95 


Popular Oscillating 
FANS 


10-49 
17-50 
32.12 


107 


ilatine Pan 
Vv 163 


3B 


~~" 
. 67.47 


| LOW COST 
ae (Ga —sUTILITY FAN 


DE LUXE 


@ 20” Automatic 


WINDOW FAN 


Electrically Reversible 
Push button and Gen eral Bie: trie 


Thermostatic “4 


® Ffficient six-element Dade 
® Quiet motor and blades 


mounted on rubber 
Model N.-1 38 
List 9.95 ‘ 


Model W.4 
List 69.95 
+ 
Floor _ 
Two Fans in One 
Doubles as Furniture 
Model F.? 


34° 
List 59.95 


POR SALE DC. ONLY 


KEEP COOL THIS SUMMER WITH ARVIN FANS 


MODEL 7731 


A super deluxe 20” window fan 
with automatic thermostatic con- 
trol. Also electrically revers- 
ible, serves for either exhaust or 
intake. Three speeds. Lifts out 
of panel for use as portable fan. 
Weight net 
33 Ibs. 


46°") \ | 


A deluxe 20-inch unit 
as a floor circulator or window 
exhaust or intake fan 
speeds—low, high, 
8. ft 
Weight net 2712 Ibs 


MODEL 7620 


Use it 


Three 
super-high; 
cord 


rubber - covered 


33: 47 


Side Panels for 
Model 
net 6 Ibs 


MODEL 601 


use with 


7620 fan. Weight 


335 


MODEL 7414 


An efficient 14-inch two-way air 
mover: (1) a practical circulator § 
on floor desk, or table: (2)* a § 
high-performance exhaust or in- 
take fan. Two-speed switch 
Weight, net 13 Ibs 


20-°° 


MODEL 7730 

A deluxe window ventilating fan 
with electrical reversible motor 
and automatic thermostatic con- 
trol. Reverses electrically at the 
flick of a switch. 3-speed switch 
for low, high, super-high veloc- 
ities. Weight net 33 Ibs. 


46" 


Model 640 Portable Stand 


Accimmodates 
7730, 7620 fans. 
vertically from 60° maximum to 


aa 


large rubber wheels. 


tate 


17 Ibs. 


models 773), 
Adjustable 


minimum. Rolls easily on 
Fan can ro- 


through 360°. Weight, net 


13°’ 


= Complete low cost exhaust 
fan. 


y+ she 


Fits any window 


3 8.46 


MODEL 7614 


This compact, portable 14-inch | 
fan pivots freely on a sturdy 
metal stand. Ajirflow can be 
directed up or down at any de- 
sired angle. 2-speed operation 
from on-off switch. Weight, net 
15% Ibs. 


mac ARTHUR \ 
2 6 6st 


Open Every 
KEEGAN'S : 


FEdaral 3-3900 


Night Till 9 PM. 


KEEGAN’S 


* f 


J 


4584 MacARTHUR BOULEVARD 
PLENTY OF FREE PARKING 


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Spanish Is Their Dish, 


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By Norman Drisooll. Staff Photographer 


A gay caballero with an appropriate name, Jimmy Singer, serenades four senoritas of the Spanish-speaking second grade of Walter 
Reed School, Arlington. The girls, from left, are Martha Anne Matthews, Peggy Wageneck, Ellie Matter and Leona Ellen Crenshaw. 


They're in a scene from a Spanish play given yesterday. 


Edward Grampp, as a waiter, sets the table (naming every item in Spanish) 
for “tourists” Martha Martin, Bill Hill, Charles Hawthorne and Arlene Fer- 
ber during the Spanish play at Walter Reed School yesterday. 


By Connie Feeley 
ABLA Espanol? , 
“Si!” is the answer if you happen to be a member off ti ay 
second grade at Walter Reed Elemefitary School in Arlington. 
The 42 youngsters in the class constitute a unique secoltd 
grade in Arlington—they not only have mastered their ABA “g 
‘but they have a working knowledge of Spanish, too. 
Their flass is the only Spanish speaking second grade in tn 8 
county’s public schools. 
Yesterday the children demonstrated their bi-lingual we 
by giving a play entirely in Spanish. , 
“A Night in a Spanish Cafe” was written by the students 
with the aid of their classroom teacher, Mrs. James F. Line 
and their Spanish teacher, Mrs. Clayton C. Clark. tj 
} 


a4 


a out in colorful costumes and large, floppy ara 
hats, the boys and girls greeted each other on stage wit i 
“Buenos tardes.” 
They exchanged other Spanish phrases while they dineg * 
n “te y tostadas” (tea and toast) and “cafe y golletas” (coffes | 
and cookies). ' 
Then in a colorful finale, Las Senoritas and Los Rancherog 
sang “La Paloma,” snapping their fingers and clicking theif 
heels all the while. | 
Attractive, dark haired Mrs. Clark, wife of the commercia} 
credit specialist for the FOA, donates an‘ hour of her timel 
each week in teaching the children conversational Spanish. _| 
When the play ended, one of her students, true to ~~ 
smiled at Mrs. Clark and said, “Adios.” 


CPSs re itin 

ae ae OM ae - 
; OP nine Sin, 
4 


— 


By Arthur Ellis. Staff Photographer 


Ah, May! It not only brings 
days such as yesterday but, 
with them, Miss Washing- 
ton contestants such as 
these. This foursome, all 
residents of the District, 
staged a fishing party at 
Hains Point and have a 
fine carp to show for it. 
The girls are, from left, 
Joan Bentley, Frances 
Slaughter, Marilyn Vailati 
and Joy McGuire. 


Staff Photo 


These are the nominees of 
seven Catholic high schools 
for queen of St. John’s Col- 
lege High School’s fair 
June 15-23 at 27th st. and 
Military rd. nw. From left 
they are Ann Saitta, Notre 
Dame Academy; Diane 
Paul, St. Mary’s Academy, 
Alexandria; Jane Sim, 
Academy of Holy Names, 
Silver Spring; Joan Wil- 
kins, Immaculate ‘Concep- 
tion Academy; Judy Car- 
roll, Mackin High; Patricia 
Hogan, Immaculata Semi- 
nary, and Diana Cristaudo, 
Sacred Heart Academy. 
The queen will receive the 
_ TV set shown. 


‘ 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Wednesday, STay I, 9% Tr 


——— 


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Darter in Water 


International News 
The Navy’s newest diesel submarine, the Darter, slides down the ways during its 
launching at Groton, Conn., yesterday. It has airplane-type controls and a sound- 


proof engine room. 


Associated Press 
Six business firms in Christiansburg, Va., were wiped out by this $250,000 fire 
which raced through four buildings in the heart of the town. 


ENE WASHINGTON POST 
and TIMES HERALD 


Wednesday, May 30, x 
- ae 


Road Bids 
Sought Set 
New Record 


RICHMOND, May 29 ‘#—The 
State Highway Department to- 
day called for contractors’ bids 
on 48 road projects—the largest 
number ever included in one 
advertisement. 

‘Three of the projects will 
benefit nearby Virginia areas. 

A spokesman said the record 
number of jobs is the result of 
efforts to put under way early 
in the construction season a 
backlog of work for which 
plans or right-of-way have been 
pending, or for which previous 
bids have been rejected by the 
Highway Commission. The bids 
will be opened at 10 a. m, 
June 20. 

Area projects include: 

Fairfax County—Rt. 629—4.1 
miles of grading, stabilizing and 
hard surfacing from Alexan- 
der’s Corner to Rt. 693. 


Fairfax County—U. S. 1—0.43)' 


mile widening and channeliza- 
tion at Rt. 241. 

Fairfax County and Prince 
William County—U. S. 1 pier| 
replacement at Occoquan 
Creek. | 


OU 
ge 
extremely 
iberal 


e B ASEMEN} 


7th, Sth AND E STS. N.W. AIR COOLED NA Jt 


WASHINGTON STORE win 


yee 


-980C 


if perfect of 4.99-6.99 
Women’s Shoes 


y aid 


steaps, sandais—in leath- 
ers, linens and cool meshes. Hiah, ; 


Reg. 6.90 and 8.99 Women’s 
Summer Dresses 


Cotton broadcloths, woven ging- 
hams, 


Pumps, 
sheer lawns, 
nylon, and Dacrons 
pastels. Sizes 7 te 15, 
and 16% to 24%%. 


Bembergs®, 
Darks and 
10 to 20 


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THE WASHINGTON POST. 
end TIMES HERALD 
W ednesday, May 30, 1956 


A XNSBULRGHS re 
nina AID mn‘ B Majority 

7th eer AND E STS. N.W AIR COOLED NA. 87000 Of Unionists - 
SSHUNeTON. 4% pre 


Y es ? ‘ 4 
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By George Gallup 
Director. American Institute 
of Public Opinions . 
PRINCETON, N.J., May 2 
‘The hard core of Democratie 
Party strength since the early 
‘days of the New Deal has bees 


> | BB, % | , ghey ‘the overwhelming vote which 
3 | Ft eo ay y, ‘labor union members have 
>t . * ) given the party. 


Now, for the first fime in 20 
- years, this group shows evi- 
dence of giving a majority of 
‘its vote to the Republican can- 


2 y e f 4 | ‘didate in the November presi- 
tanding Mens and Childrens Values at Colossal Savings oe Bele 

® In 1952, General Eisenhower 
|} got a substantial vote from 
Be ne - : : | . — ee Sa union members, polling 39 per 
we . 5 _ gs en s a cent. Today, in an Institute 
“(\ | fe “trial heat” race against Adlai 
, iy Stevenson, he gets a majority 
Dn of 56 per cent among union 

members. 
| Whether leaders of union 
labor will be able to bring them 
‘back into line remains to be 

seen. 

While Republicans will cheer 
the impressive gains that Presi- 
dent Eisenhower has made 
jamong labor union members, 
Democrats at the same time can 
take heart from the fact that 
the farm vote shows signs of 
_}moving away from the GOP. 

Since 1952, when Eisenhower 

_|polled 67 per cent of the farm 

® vote—the highest received by 

= any Republican candidate since 

ae |1936—there has been a shift of 
6 percentage points among 
‘farmers in favor of the Demo- 
crats 

y | ’ ve, Pierre | Today, Eisenhower polls 61 

B) am Pr a as fiper cent of the farm vote—just 
\ ye 5 points more than he polls 


Re a a 


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Ike Flies to Farm for Round of Golf Ties & Pork 4 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
in July at Camp David, his|dential Decision Meter,” which stimate 
solves even the most ponderous || *® Work Guaranteed © Terms 


14 Wednesday, May 30, 1956 Liter 


nae 


“J Steel Firms 
Set to Bargain 


PITTSBURGH, May 29 (INS)! The USW president said 
he Nation’s three largest steel Jones & Laughlin, Youngstown 
roducers brushed aside tradi-| Sheet & Tube, Inland and 
on today and agreed to bar-|Great Lakes Steel, which were 
ain jointly with the United handed similar demands in 
teel Workers on a 1956 con- Pittsburgh today, were not in- 
act. | vited to the New York sessions. 
United States Steel, Bethle-| 
em and Republic Steel cor-' 
rations also agreed to shift 
e vital talks to the Roosevelt 
otel in New York next week 
@nd send one man each to sit 
Ziown with a four-man panel 
g by United Steel Workers 


mountain retreat near Thur- 
of problems with the mere flick M. J, PATKUS : 


mont, Md. °. ‘ 
Mr. Eisenhower yesterday|of a switch. It’s the invention 
of Gerald Miller, 16, of Ka- 0. 4-6775 


discussed Nehru’s forthcoming 
visit to the United States with/|lispell, Mont. 
Gerald visited the White! 
CHAIN 


Indian Minister for Health, | 
House yesterday with fellow in-) 
— Everett O’Hara, 17, and’ LINK 
their science teacher, Richard t Pre-Season Discount Prices 
M. Nelson, 30, of Flathead! Gacy Seems havent 
MD. 


round of golf. 

He made the 30-minute flight 
fram Washington in his small 
Aero Commander plane, ‘Ac- 
companied by Lt. Col. Walter 
Tkach, assistant presidential |in this country on July 6 for in- 
physician, he planned to return formal conferences aimed at 
to the White House early strengthening ties between the 
Wednesday. | two nations. 

The weather was clear and| Miss Kaur left the White 
bright as the President landed House impressed by Mr. Eisen- 
at Gettysburg. After a quick hower’s interest in _ India’s 
trip to the farm, he headed health problems. 
almost immediately for the' She said: “I feel that after 
Gettysburg Country Club having seen him I shall prob- 
where he played with his neigh- ably be getting more aid for my 
bor, retired Brig. Gen. Arthur | health program.” 

S. Nevins. 


who called at the White House. 
Nehru is scheduled to arrive 


Miss Rajkumari Amrit Kaur, 
County (Mont.) High School] waiser Fen 
Nelson was named 1956 “Téach-| aoc sored pty Se 


er of the Year” by the U. 5S.) 
Office of Education and Mec- VA.—CALL JA. 5-0258 
DAY OR NIGHT 


Call’s Magazine. | 

All the President has to do/| 
to work the Decision Meter is | 
—— a few dials jndicating | 
prus and cons and the gadget’ 
comes up with a “yes” or “no” | 
answer. “I'll use it,” Mr.! 
Eisenhower said. “Now I'll 


Mrs. Eisenhower preceded [ke Gets ‘Decision Maker’ jhave more time for golf.” 
Another golfing incentive 


the President to the farm b , 

automobile. * From Young Inventor came from inventor O’Hare. 
| President Eisenhower need|who gave the President a 
Camp David Is Site no longer be concerned witha] Soameneabor gre ogy Ba sage 
| | | sunpower alone through a 
‘Of Ike, Nehru Talks | problems of state, thanks to a/ ,hotocell mounted on the face 
International News Service | gift he received yesterday from 


of its plastic case, so he can 
President Eisenhower plans a 16-year-old inventor. 


“keep up with the latest news 
to hold his conferences with The Chief Executive is now|even when he’s on the golf 
India’s Prime Minister Nehru the possessor of the 


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TODAY! 


MORIAL 
SPECIAL! 


LAST DAY! OPEN 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. 


"I need men to inspire 
me, s0 that | may imspire 
them.” —MAE WEST 


M. Daily 


Abel Named to Head 


Arlington Heart Group 


J. Fred Abel has been elect-' 
ed president of the 1956 North- 
jern Virginia Heart Campaign. | 
Other officers elected wer e:! 
Gertrude Casson of Alexan-' 
dria, first vice president; Dr./ 
Robert C. Hood of Arlington,) 7 
second vice president; Mrs.) p 
John M. Halmquist of Falls 
Church, secretary, and Hugh 
M. Coiner of Arlington, treas- 
urer. 

Alvin F. Kimel of Arlington, 

1956 Heart Campaign chair- 
man, reported total receipts 
from the drive netted $56. 
048.51. 


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at the 
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ead David J. McDonald. 
United States Steel Vice 
resident John A. Stephens 
tressed the move was not to 
construed as “industry-wide 
argaining.” 
McDonald conceded Ste- 
hens’ point that each of the 
hree steel companies will con- 
nd individually over union 
emands for a “substantial” 
i weekend premiums, a 
uaranteed annual wage and 
er benefits. 


at Casine 


Good seats still available 


By Wally McNamee, Staff Photographer 


Alma Grace Lind (seated) and her sister, Ida May Lind, re- 
tired educators who received achievement scrolls from the 
alumni association of Eastern High School. 


Sisters Tell 
Of 50 Years in 
Grade School 


Eastern High School students 
scoffed yesterday when two 
alumnae — the Lind sisters — 
told. them that together they 
had spent a century in Wash- 
ington public schools. 
| And the retired educators, 
Miss Ida May and Miss Alma 

,|Grace, laughed, too, because 
‘| “we still remember what young 
people think about old people 
‘iat school assemblies—particu- 
|| larly ones that run five minutes 
||past the 3 p. m. dismissal.” 
|| The sisters and two physi- 
j cians and a professor-coach re- 
ceived achievement scrolls 
from the high school alumni 
association 

Said Miss Grace Lind, who 
retired as director of elemen- 
tary school supervision in 1953 
after 50 years as school teach- 
er and officer: “I've gone from 
the horse-and-buggy to the 
atomic days in education.” 

She told the young people 
“you're not much different than 
we were in my time.” Miss 
Lind »aused and added: “Well, 
|the chocolate ice cream break 
has changed to coke time and 
we danced with our feet on the 
floor.” . 

Miss Ida Lind said: “Let me 
put in.a plug for my profes 
sion ... why don't many of 
you think of taking up teach- 


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jing?” She said it is a “wonder- 
‘ful, satisfying job.” Miss Lind 
retired in 1954 as director of 
grade school administration 
_after 50 years as teacher, prin- 
cipal and administrator. 

The Lind sisters were respon- 
sible for several of the success- 
ful educational practices now 
in effect in the schools. Miss 
Grace, for example, helped di- 
rect the group that revised and 
simplified school record or at- 
tendance books. 

Other alumni honored were 
Dr. W. Paul Briggs, secretary 
and executive director of the 
American Foundation’ for Phar- 
maceutical Education; Dr. John 
E. Faber Jr., head of the de- 
partment of bacteriology at 
Maryland University and coach 
of the lacrosse team, and Dr. 
Isadore Rodis of the George- 
town University staff. 


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_THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
W ednesday, May 30, 1956 15 


‘ 


here 1s no substitute for F: ‘Dee ce 


Reprinted from ‘ 
The Lake Wales News, 
Florida, April 26 issue 


— Value 0 ‘Tve been out to visit in detail the Ackerman development 
known as Indian Lake Estates This 7.000 acres has 
been laid out in 10000 house lots with good streets.” 


says: ROGER BABSON 


NOTED STATISTICIAN AND ECONOMIST 


4 nepannces 


4, 


DEVELOPER OF BEAUTIFUL OCEAN BEACH, MD. 


Seieeeecretee 


Siteses 


in Klorida 


A MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR PLANNED COUNTRY CLUB COMMUNITY 


Since the noted statistician and economist, Roger Babson, visited our new development and in hif 
forecasts gave his very fine appraisal of Indian Lake Estates, greater interest than ever has beeg 
manifested by residents of the area and people from all over the nation vacationing in Floridaj 
People rely on the experience of this noted business analyst, and it was of special interest in thé 
area around nearby Lake Wales, where older residents have had the pleasure over the years of seeing 
so many of his forecasts come true. Since he lives among the people there much of the year, he would 
have a very special interest in givitg, them sound advice on how to make investments. 


A typical country club , 
community in Florida ; , : . + ° 


We would be just as careful about giving advice to people in our own Washington community. We 
Indian Lake Estates Is Providing | | know that there is tremendous interest in Florida, and statistics tell the story of people from all over 
: the nation buying property in this fast-growing state. In order to find the very best possible place 
for a development, for three years we looked for this ideal spot . . . along both coasts, as well as the 
inland areas. For sheer beauty, delightful year-round ‘climate, recreational opportunity and sound: 
investment, we were sure that no section of the state had\so much to offer. 


at No Additional Cost 
to the Purchaser: 


% PAVED STREETS a : 
*% PARKS : >. ee. . 2 
% 18-HOLE GOLF COURSE : : 
% CLUB HOUSE 
*% 1,000-FT. BOAT PIER 
AND PAVILION Ps 
% BOAT BASIN ah, 
% BEAUTIFUL BEACH AREAS , S-  - 


N THE 15-SQ. MILE LAKE j . | : | SS 
0 Q . | | Our magnificent 7,000-acre country club development is to be privately controlled. For <hé.exclusive use 
xf 


High above sea level and away from the threat of hurricanes, this beautiful lake property is within 
short motoring distance of both the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. Indian Lake Estates is 
acclaimed for its ideal climate . . . it is delightful year-round! Summer humidity is lower here because 
of an elevation of 64 to I15 feet. 


And other recreational facilities of property owners and their guests, an 18-hole golf course and club house will be availablé.at Indian 
Lake Estates, Beautiful 15-square-mile Lake We-oh-ya-Kapka, on which this development borde?s, will 


ae Vi > Se os & . afford never-ending delight to property owners. In addition to the gracious living at this privately 
, ee controlled community development, there is the opportunity to enjoy varied recreational pleasures . . ¢ 


for year-round enjoyment 


Beautiful Residential Sites \ 


unsurpassed fishing, boating, swimming, water skiing and sun bathing. 


gx: 
er : : : As summer approaches, more and more people are turning their attention to Florida. More people now 


Miami Beach . . . easily accessible for pleasure trips 
come to Florida in the summer than used to come in the winter. This area with such vast recreational 
facilities is growing so fast that it should be on your summer vacation list. Among the wonders of 
a ie ‘4 RT Te Hi he @ ie de ei Florida this beautiful lake ridge section of south central Florida rates high on anybody's list. We 
would like to tell you more about how you can become a proud property owner at Indian Lake Estates 
and share all the advantages available to cluh members. Whether for vacations, retirement, a new “place 


peau wee gerd park-strip . aA wy Ay . | in the sun” or investment, you will find that Indian Lake Estates is your best buy in Florida ... and 
ack of each homesite 3 | oy | TODAY! : now is the time to buy, You, too, should investigate this new multi-million-dollar development which is 
: : . 


a ' réceiving such wide interest. ‘ 
S$ seu ino SEE THE BIG, 
| Stee Gm CPICTORIAL : 
| Baa, sOEXHIBIT OF: | 
9 ae i ot \ Meee) 2 =—sTHE ENTIRE INDIAN AKE 
One ae ae m Meemily DEVELOPMENT a Y 
Proportionately Priced , oe fos 


Open 9 to 9 p.m. 


| ; ws IN THE SCENIC HIGHLANDS | 
As low As 10% BOWE ; a” > : OF SOUTH CENTRAL FLORIDA $alalew 
PORTA J hs - 910—17th Street, N.W. e EX. 3-0300 


ALL PURCHASERS MUST BE APPROVED | BARR BLDG.—STREET FLOOR 
by the INDIAN LAKE CLUB) | ‘ | ALSO BALTIMORE, MD.; 1113 NORTH CHARLES ST. 
t Our Washington or Baltimore Offic Famous Bok Singing Tower at Lake Wales, near Indian Lake Estates . Office Hours: Daily and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sunday, 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. 


\ ‘ | A a a | | Q } ‘ “ 


100 FT. WIDE BY 218 FT. DEEP 


) ‘ ser A cfipees ( | “ee “in the District.",$7000 jury award “a goodja wholesaler, not a 
THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD Page I lB ogra that Himmel- award,” said yesterday, “What Himmelfarb could not | 


16 “Wednesday, May 30, 1956 tei 


a ey ' | 2 | | farb had said he t the would he know about it? He's reached for comment. | ? 
Firms’ Idle Aid ‘Not Waves” NCHA Seeks Appeal ra roo seen ———— 
Irms Idle Ald “NOT Wages’ ly ,nsrits tients Setinte | KENWOOD PARK a 


segues tant imilar jest : 
acqu t and two s r)est.” , | 
PAY—From Page 1 | In the auto industry, they are|service rendered and no wotk-| properties for an average price| Simpson said NCHA “is acute. OVERLOOKING LF COURSE 
financed by efployer contribu-|¢r has a claim on the funds un-\of $4500. He sold it to a “re-|ly aware of the pliant of many | . , . 
. til he is idle. tailer” for $7600 in cash and low income families in the Sf . & 
themselves would have been’; f 5 cents man-hour. s | | 
) ions 0 c per notes. sold the second truct/District of Columbia such as 
seriously threatened, since. | All workers receiving the : 
some states might have reversed Worked. When the funds reach |. pplemental benefits will havg 8t a heavy discount and made|Mayme Riley . . . in their ef- 
their position. The states gen- their maximum size, they will|to report the company supplé-|2bout $1200 on. the deal Soe son afford pe r of 
erally deny jobless pay to pay out additions to state bene-|ments on their tax returns in| few days. The Bang 8 ~_ wa bl families are " detionined 
workers receiving wages and fits so jobless workers will/the next year and pay any tax oh. wr rr 4 ‘cena arate | falbloes enecsiatare. Tew 
most of o mane gh soe hm os \draw up to 65 per cent of their | phn Pomema bento Feggag | ior _— ments on three notes). ever, the general public inter-| 
in autos, depen eS’ take-home pay for four weeks|° *e | si ’s letter to the Jus-¢St must be considered as 
receiving both supplements and|. 4 «to 60 per cent for the | > well 7 
unemployment compensation. 7" 2A wher - pe , tice Department declared: = "©" ~° 
ie ertediad tena ext Se weeks. Pe Rae ites “If (the Appeals Court) deci-' Discounts Secured | 
Ohio, Virginia and Indiana Supplemental employ ment in <a ee ins as the law gov- ; 
have held that supplements are penefits will reach only a lim- y wali iad — ag ” isition of land He saifi that “in slum areas 
wages. The Revenue ruling led jteqd number of auto workers r : /erning the aot bee inent do-it is common knowledge now 
to speculation that they might cyrrentiy unemployed, how- has Ta ~ |in the District by a yen ’ ‘that properties are sold on two 
switch. A greater likelihood, of- ever, because eligibility is lim-| FP  * |main proceedings, t n NCHA| bases—‘wholesale’ and ‘retail.’ ”| 
ficials said, is that other states ited to employes with a year’s | |ment program of the | for| 2. “many” of the retail sales, 
that have not taken a position! seniority and those at work 6n| } | to provide proper housing tor! with very small down payments 
will follow the Federal Gov-|May 1. Layoffs have been con-| : low income families to be dis-| 544 two or three mortgages in- 
ernment’s lead. centrated among workers with| ¥ jplaced by the 4o og — volved, “some informed per- 
Ford negotiated the first sup-Jow seniority and many were | renewal: program » Bac ad, Sons refused to recognize these 
plemental unemployment bene-|idled before May 1. | trict will pe Serusiy anc’ ac) transactions as bona fide sales,” 
fit plan last year as a substitute’ The tax-status ruling was) BM” = |versely affected. 4 th he said. | : 
for the United Auto Workers sought by 15 companies, we med in 52s if annie ~onane so ore said that when radi + Sao aie 
union guaranteed annual wage ing the three big auto makers.) , | seals . toes ' NCHA buys slums for clear-§ , . 
mee More than a million In his decision, Recvinaten said| ‘ea property by negotiation will be ance it secures discounts of SEE THE NEW BENNETT CONTEMPORARY HOMES, a new group of dis- 
were not wages’ % jeopardized. second and third trusts “accom- tinctive split-levels, designed by Architects Keyes & Lethbridge, AIA, in Ken- 


workers are now covered by supplements . a 
them. because they are not paid for a ne i ‘Seen Boon to Speculators panied by’ waivers from the wood Park . . . the new prestige community overlooking Kenwood Country 


"ep ae Mies , .|holders thereof of deficienc 
—— = , | | He said the appellate major- judgments against the heme Club. 
id i i, ¥F ‘ity opinion “certainly invades | owners.” Key Features Include: Me apres a tana . Bast kitchens 
| Sx | Paul Chalupsky, . ® four ‘and five bedrooms © fully equippe neral Crectric Kite 
urning OUree Forest | - the province of the jury and, upsky, Realty Offi Be acobtae Hhagy ere ewes: + wee ment 


| , cer for the Land Agency, said three 
of greater significance, leaves RLA does substantially the ® cantilevered balconies overlooking golf ® spacious living and dining rooms with 


it-Lev © 

New Spl t-Levels .: it questionable whether a jury' same thing, getting secondary course high-sloping ceilings 

3 Bedrooms * 2% Baths * Den © Club Room | should be permitted to pasSitrust holders to discount the ® screened porches and patios © large landscaped lots with herdwees 
upon a case involving the mark-| notes and cancel them. © two-car garages 


) aseoc.ated Press et value of a homeowner's | Rile Case Fi irections y iver or Mas ee, right o : 
$27,750 to $28,750 | property.” + + rlhyioen the first. home- Gaeldebere ae oe = aiieseed + ng one om eat < yr fle MO Db =a m N 
os . ' Executed by Reds The’ opinion, he said, “will owner to appeal a condemnation —" ee ee ae airs | D E S G N 
Open Today 1 "Til Dark | result in a virtual guarantee jury award in the RLA’s “pilot” Open Memorial Day, Daily & Sunday Until Dark ¥0 
DIRECTIONS Drive out River Rd. past Wilsow Lane to Nevis Rd. M. D. Bagirov, former Prime to speculators dedling in slum Area B project. In dozens of 
it and jellee arveme 50 GEmpm. Rome Minister of Azerbaijan, who (properties of recovering One other cases of “over-mortgag- BENNETT CONSTRUCTION CO., BUILDERS, OL. 4-6216 1520 CONN. AVE HU 36245 


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trees and dogwoods 


tmeoae rene atae 


Bait by ARNOLD CONST. CO. . was executed along with hundred cents on the dollar ing,” RLA officials said, the 
_ three other officials for treas- for their ate — be pero trust holders accepted discounts —— - 
on and counterrevolutionary |P#P*". “°° = % ‘5+ and in no case was a judgment 
activity, sceording te a wd speculation and conspiracy with sought against the owner. 

aha respect to slum properties; Meanwhile, Charles T. Mar- 


sian newspaper. (Story, P. 1.) scheduled for clearance or re- tin. named by Himmerfarb as 
eee PLN RR ee the man who bought the Riley 
house from him and sold it to 


REALTORS 
THE HAMLET Mrs. Riley, said he had handled 
$000 Conn. Ave. Uptown Office KE. 7-1800 died the deal for a client, not for 
CHEVY CHASE, MD. himself. 


3809 Club Drive | Martin, who runs Realty Fi- ON MOUNT VERNON PARKWAY 
T : T P - mance Co. at 1118 14th st. nw., 
Set Among Towering Trees Rite brick Cape Cod. “it features center-hall pian S6-f Living | |refused to name the client but OVERLOOKING THE POTOMAC 
Your Windsor S lit Levels room, DEN., Gining room, eitohen. pooser room ane wate ~~ ‘said he is a lawyer and “one of 

fi fl , bath, us guest froom an ath on 2n : 
P floor Finished Mh» yp Gaseae. Lovely fenced level lot just the biggest buyers and sellers 
off Conn. Ave. near the club. Entire house fully air conditione 
for your year-round comfort. Priced in lower 30s . 


From $19,990. VA, FHA & Conventional Financing 


Open Today, 1:30 te 5:30 - . 
Features: 3 king-sized bedrooms 21 baths, dining-family DIRECTIONS: Ovt Goan. Avs. Sot past East-West Highway 1 biock 10th District 
room, large deluxe equipped kitchen with separate break- 


fast area, Oversized wooded lots. Location: Walk te LEGUM & GERBER REALTY CO. Hopefuls Join 


shopping, schools and playground ‘4 block from door. 3315 Conn. Ave. EM. 2-9000 
oe goreg To Score GOP 


OPEN MEMORIAL DAY The Highlands Rambler 


A .Democratic congressional 


7 a tlangaanaten . NORTH FORESTVILLE, MD. aspirant waved a loaf of bread 
Sonn. to fsx before the startled faces of an 

a : Pos 
P Veterans $50 Down Arlington women’s group yes- 


. renege Cee aT terday to emphasize his attack 
of 5 Bed rooms, Tiled Bath, Tiled Basement on Republican farm policies. The handsome brick and stone 


Qn-rHe-spot SERVICE Convenient to Schools and Shopping Morten S. Beyer, candidate rambler—with an almost 70-foot "ries 
, MO.—PLUS TAXES for Virginia's Tenth District highlighted by a charming center entrance hall. The huge en 
11212 TRIANGLE LANE-WHEATON LO. 5-3688 14,250 . $71.95 & INS. Democratic nomination to Con- contains many extra appliances, plus a built-in breakfast nook. 


Erclusive Agente OPEN ALL DAY y 
changed, a en grein be This home has a full basement. two fireplaces, and porch, as does every 
7 TO REACH: Out Penn. Ave. S E. to Alabama Ave. to Maribore farmer got five cents for the Gosnell rambler. All-weather comfort is provided by the handy 


LS = Pike, continue on Marlboro Pike approximately 3 miles to our Acer which went inte thle leaf woctiield” tehd ot s and enrages uichen and living 
An Address oo of bread ... you paid 13 room. Our beautifully furnished model home has been chosen as the 


‘cents for it. | , Conditigned Home” for the Washington area. 
HARRY A. BOSWELL Co., INC. Today, under the present ra Weg Bs We are able to offer piss home at West- 


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You'll Be Proud of ... Realtors Sones ae beer it oe grove for immediate occupancy with two available for August residence. 
3718 Rhode Island Ave., Mt. Rainier AP. 7-1111 ‘three cents and yet you pay Prices start at $29.000 with excellent VA and conventional 


Cf. [ d S|! _ = ey ce 
| ' eyer and the two other 
candidates, Warren D. Quen: 
evetan ouse % , stedt and Julius Brenner, spoke DIRECTIONS: Two miles past the Huntin 


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| Le at a luncheon meeting of the in Alexandria to Westgrove on right. 
2725 29th ST. N.W. ‘oh . Organized Women Voters of 
(JUST OFF CALVERT ST. AND CLEVELAND AVE.) . | Arlington. 
All three candidates who 
' 
lseek the nomination to oppose clarence w. gosnell, inc. 


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LUXURY APARTMENTS She resden 00 Broyhill, stabbed at the GOP “HOME BUILDERS FOR OVER 30 YEARS” ALEX, VA. SO. 5-9100 SO. 5-9191 


Administration but continued a 


COMPLETELY 4 Bedrooms, Den, Rec. Room, 2\% Baths sweetness-and-light policy to- 
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AIR CONDITIONED oat, “etme brick and ‘eawsed Alte finished Saas *eastleh,recre- | Quenstedt, a Fairfax attor- 


exterior. Magnificent 27°x13’ lving- ation room, “Floor-to-cetling” fire- 
WITH ‘dining room Modern famlly-size place with built-in bee an. | Bey, said the difference be- 
kitchen, featuring famous HOT- utility room. Large, beautifully — ‘ween the two national parties 
INDIV] DUAL POINT appliances. Look what you wooded lots, completely landscaped, is that “the Democratic Party 
et at no extra cost 2 blocks from shopping centers, : f ‘ : 
ROOM CONTROL ye-level oven and broiler @ dish- achools, churches. Walking distance is one of human values instead 
a 


washer @ garbage disposal @ li- to Sligo Golf Course and Indian ‘of dol fait = 
cu.-ft. refrigerator @ i12'-cu.-ft. Spring Country Club Porro apace that a Demo 


Open For inspection All Da | , _ : 
Washington's newest exclusive apartment presents the y Out 16th St., right on Colesville cratic Administration would) 


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utmost in imaginative design and comfort Sligo Park Estates a By A take —— to avert the eco | | 
Leo lal Bernstein & Ce Lanart Way 7 blocks to Kin- nomic anger of unemploy- 
Fer Somodiate occupancy ‘ . ross, right to open house. ment such as now exists in the | a 
SALES INC. Detroit auto center. 


available, a few choice PHONE CO. 5.3533 Wellworth Development Coe. Owners [§| Brenner, an Arlington bakery 


]-bedrm. apts. unfurnished from $140. TILL 9 PM. Southworth Const. Co., Inc. Builders | OWner, took a poke at the Ad- 


ae ministration’s spending _polli- 
l-bedrm. apts. furnished from $225. cies. He said he supports Fed- 


SEE RESIDENT MANAGER hi WI] | DWOOD AN —_ = to schools in modera- 
MAGEE M ain | |= ROSE HILL 
Coe ae. aa 2 on a oe OR excessive taxes or increased) 
’ national debt. | 
' 3 7 es Brenner deviated from his 
Charles oi ay heer Created for regal giving discussion of national issues 
tiny 605 lth St. N.W, we long enough to put in a plug for insite ed Sas 
Southern Building ST. 3-2646 in the Bethesds area. near N.I.H.. 3. and two proposed Arlington bond is- WITH COUNTRY CHARM 
, e sues due to come before voters sciatica th : 
4 bedrooms, 212 baths, priced in the on June 5. A $2.2 million court 4 
mid twenties. VA and conventional — meeeresen — 
: ; and a $4.5 million school con- 
loans. Open daily and Sunday noon ‘til | struction project is proposed. 
dark. Arlington's Commonwealth's 


RANCH ag PE | Attorney William J. Hassan ex- 


plained in detail the proposed 


DIRECTIONS: Out Wisconsin Ave. to % $22 million program and 
| Bank of Bethesda, left on Old George- stressed court house improve-| 
town Rd., approximately 344 miles, to ments as an urgent need. | 

. 


With Full Basements Wildwood Manor at Grosvenor Lane. 


Treasury Hunting 
Leave Bond Holders 


) 's > Ae Alvin a Aubinoe, Inc. United Press 
rae s | The T.-easury yesterday asked 
, , 1515 19th St. N.W. all veterans organizations to 
‘ 1, help ‘ind 130,000 ex-Gls who 
Fi OL. 4-6690 HU. 3-6025 ‘hold $26 million of Armed 


Washington's Outstanding Colored Com j | KS ‘Forces leave bonds. 
—. a : meted ——— ——— a | The bends have dra-vn no in- 


These Lovely Homes Feature: aemne en ternet t ™ 
| | Sag md ponleet ib gy THE FRANCONIA—The handsome Franconia, with its striking contemporary contrast of brick and 


© Three Bedrooms © Tile Bath © Sidewalks © Din- 4) a | 
| ‘veterans cash them and put th wood, features three bright, twin-sized bedrooms. All have high windows for added privacy, 
ride Psd — Bes _ prsearar lly ser eg | B eautif ul Greenbelt money in “E” bonds whieh will and excellent cross ventilation. Two full baths—one with shower stall and one with tub—heve 
. Sliding Door Closets ©@ Paved Streets @ City Everything Is Here! Schools, Churches, Recreational Facilities, pay iaterest. mirror cabinets and complete, modern accessories. One bath has open shelves for added stor- 
| — ' ity. Behind its ground-hugging, fifty-two-foot 

Water © Huge Picture Window © Oak Hardwood Floors Swimming Pool, Playground Picnic Areas and Shopping Centers age space and the other has a modern, handy vanity 
Py Shopping Centers © Outside Stor Room e . front you will find a de luxe kitehen with roomy breakfast nook, disposall, 11’ refrigerator with 
®@ Curbs and a © Sodded and iid’ @ 52. 512% DOWN te VETS & NON-VETS ' For the Large Family freezer, countertop range, wall oven, and loads of cabinet space. Two huge picture windows 
| Chevy offer a clean sweep of light and air through the house. There are yards of spacious closet space, 
ourom Coens. Water Moater. | BRICK HOMES $5,500 to $9,500 . Chase, D. C. The living room leads directly to the large dining “ell.” Handily positioned in rear of the car- 


7 | | Blessed Sacrament Parish | 
NO MON EY DOWN Monthly Payments $79.75 te $104 Include All Major ae Near Schools port is a large utility or storage area. Priced at $14,950, 
| Repairs : | ‘opping, Transportation , 
| oe ey re oe ee eee 3821 Legation St, N.W. DIRECTIONS: Out l4th Street Bridge to Shirley Highway, turn et Frenconie cloverlect, then left ever bridge on 


For Qualified Vets ) Upon entering Greenbelt watch for sign on the ‘right directing can eiebilibached Franconia Rood, three and one-half miles to Rose Hill entrance on right. OR, over 14th Street Bridge out U. 5. 
wt or Highway Number One, end then right on Duke Street in Alexandria te Telegraph Read. Left on Telegraph Reed 


Nominal Down Payment for Non-Vets ; ea im busi 
| you to sales office. Sales office is NOT located in business center. ‘home. 5 bedrooms, 2 baths. new pe 
. ees . “ é ’ . Franconia Rood then te ® Hilt once furnished mode! homes left. 
See Our Beautiful Completely Furnished Model Home DIRECTIONS: Use the new Baltimore-Washington Parkway, or drive all Gontete hipehon, full bese- . ia rere ee Se ene oe - 
| out U. 8. Rout me in ¢ Park ment with maid’s room and bath. 
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Open Daily and Sunday, Noon til Dark | | Ride Ra. ture sieht Rage a te fice: | kiddies’ playground and plenty of free parking available 
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ER : : fee | _THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Bus Boycott Confined to School™sgr. Fanner Feted =| + reruns tt 
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., May;cal branch of the National As- shed as saw photographs of;years ago and had stopped a ihe eae Mer eneniot lon. Ga week uaeana mor Area Cancer Drive Reaches Goal 


| - ts : 
iN—A boycott by 2600 Negro sociation for the Advancement/nim after the stoning incident.|$!5-a-week support payments congratulations to the Right | -eception at which he was pre-| With a big boost from Gov-jover their quota when Everett 
college students of city buses| Coup at present te nies eo He was arrested yesterday e tates en ee SE ee Rev. Paul F. Tanner, assistant) ented a spiritual bouquet.|e™ment agencies, the 1956 L. Butler, vice chairman of | 
jshowed no sighs today of|part in the boycott. But he said|#" eight-year-old warrant. ‘Four Negroes Apply os ? Png aT | tte les seal ak Me te Cancer Crusade in the District the government unit, presented 
bP Ae us ees ete reached its goal of $295,000 final checks totaling more than 


spreading beyond the campus “there is quite a possibility it; Hill, 44, an elevator operator, | N 
; or N. C. Graduate Work tional Catholic i 
f the Florida. A. and M. Uni-|will spread to the rest of the|was ordered by Domectic Re-|F r |Welfare Con- ‘ ma (ception, the Most Rev. Amleto | yesterday, Robert W. Wilson, $14,900 to Weitzel. 


wersity for Negroes. city.” lations Court Justice Frederick! CHAPEL HILL. N. C.. May | - | | 71a" 
The boycott was a protest | A. and M. students either| Backer to pay $500 by Wednes-\99 gp—erFleven Negroes hana 4 a on the i Cicognani, Apostolic enone ent oak tel Never before in the history 


, 4! . 25th anniver- taad | 
against the arrest of two wom-|walked, drove private cars or|day on an estimated $5000 in aynlied for admission to vari- . Sig to the United States, apprised |,. stri iyj. Of the local society has the 
len students who refused to|took taxis to the campus this|back payments to his wife OF ous graduate schools of the| See? wr 2 « P | Msgr. Tanner of a special papal | sine "ded tho cetihaet Gate toe |pubite demonstrated such 
pmove to the rear of a bus. |morning, when final examina-| go to jail for six months. ‘University of North Carolina h jesthood. & = |blessing in his name | 1 has been met whole-hearted su rt of the 
| The Fforida Board of Control|tions began. Graduation is) Hill was ordered held in jail for the term beginning next the pr — : a | g barr 4 th n need nr BI 5 smpetg omendns oo peal > WAL 
‘which has charge ofthe school,|next Monday, Summer school|overnight. * fall. Applications of three have! = so Fo | Msgr. Tanner has been as- , = H w a. fh Allows pn nce 14 program, 
jealled on its officials to encour-|opens June 17. | Hill and a woiman he iden-|been accepted and eight other | 4 in 4 Ma 30, ‘sociated with N. C. W. C. since | inn seal enanee 7 nt age Soe iti it th oie 
age students to “behave them: ma _  |tified as his wife moved into a applications are pending, the C@0ee. a '1941, coming here as assistant ~ Po iene diets htete, | didesieadiien cc nity” Oe 10.000 
selves during the boycott. Target’ in House Stoning two-story frame house in the University news bureau report- i MA Msgr. Tanner "| MBOAE AFENCIS SPAked the Suc: ic —ere tia iy 
} Empty buses sped through Belmont section last February.'ed today waukee. director of the Youth Depart-| cess of the Crusade by topping/ volunteers — still are finishing 
aE Suhouk chowies 2 this | Convicted of Nonsupport se ‘aoe Hoga! ong wrod R.. : Four Negro graduate students on Members of the N. C. W. C. ment. “a ' their $105,000 goal. They wen t solicitations. — 
ak? Oe ’ ! ave been accepte or sum 
ut downtown buses carried) \"W YORK. May 20 »—The year-old man, all white, were| mer school courses. The Uni- 


Mthe usual number of Negroes *oning of a Negro’s house in'jstor arrested for the attacks.|versity’s total enrollment. is 
ito their jobs. A number of city|a predominantly white Bronx; Last night Mrs. Hill had the| about 6500. | YOUR RIGHT MOVE iS TO 
Negroes whose route would neighborhood early this month! warrant served on her husband’ So far, the University has 


fs them through the campus paq , sequel today when he 4t his home. received no applications from Sine ere rei s wraresscemenee saaeuee sie, seam 
aa ERED 1 5. aE Aide entities 


id not ride the buses, appar- Hill said in Night Court that) Negroes for admission as un- 

ntly to escape ridicule of stu-;*** found guilty of nonsupport the woman he identified as his dergraduates next fall in addi- 
tdents. of his wife. wife at.the time of the stonings tion to three youths who were 
| The Rev, Dr. C. K. Steele,| His wifé, Mrs. PercyHill of is Cora Thompson, “a_ girl admitted last September as the 
jpastor of the Bethe! Baptist/Pleasantville, N. J., said her friend of mine.” He said he'result of a Federal court or. 
«Church and president of the lo-' eight-year search for him ended' last saw Mrs. Hill about eight der and who are still in school. 


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they just don’t make ‘em County Postoffice IN LINCOLNIA HILLS FEATURE 8 


. Steel beam and brick construction, rock wool insulation . . . living room with 
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counter tops, linoleum floor, exhaust fan, ceramic tile bath. Abundance of closet 
A proposed $745,100 central space. Full daylight basement, Rheem furnace, 40-gallon hot-water heater. Con- 
post office for nearby Prince crete driveways. Minimum lot size 12,000 sq. ft. All city utilities. Close to ibis dl DIRECTIONS: 
Georges County advanced a churches, schools, shopping. One-year warranty. | Ov Shirley Highwey 


step yesterday when a House to Lincolnio overpass, then 
ae rat de Ser ap- ADDED FEATURES: The new Honeywell Moduflor temperature contro! system—the | right on Revie 236 (Duke 
proved the project. fin wall switch—and the Honeywell Fire Belle completely automatic’ household fire i to Beouregord St, 
The facility, planned as a one- ' i se pty A Ay egg Rd., 
story 200x250 foot brick build- 349 BHT I il asepadh chu 
ing on a 3.4 acre federally MOUSE ILLUSTRATED « Exhibit Home 
owned tract, the old Calvert 922 Chambliss St. 


Homesite near Riverdale, 
would inetude driven tetitis| 66 L@ “Kastern Rambler”. | Fumished by 
and space to sort mail for the HUTCHISON 
area. PRICES RANGE FROM $18,700 to $23,300—VETS, 5% TO 10% DOWN PAYMENT fd FURNITURE CO 

, f . , 
si a Satna gaden amar Oa Se agp ch at a also available FHA and Conventional Financing and Servicemen’s Willston Shopping 
Government lease-purchase Center, Falls Church 
program by which a. private Unsurpassed for Location ... For Value... For Convenience! Where M. T. Broyhill , 
Opes tases and tasurence te builder constructs a facility & Sons offer 9 house plans to choose from, with several elevations of each, including , Open Daily, 
Guttelind vate . and the Government pays.for Split Levels, Two Levels and Ramblers 10 «a. m. te 

it by rental-type payments. The : he cs 

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project must get clearance 

from both the full Senate and ‘ 
House Public Works Commit- LdSB Ad t 
tees before it can be built. we LOY . 


Fairfax Woman @ DEVELOPERS @ BUILDERS @ REALTORS @ INSURANCE 
Badlv Burned “The World's Largest Builders of Brick Homes” | : 
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A Fairfax woman was criti- 
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she spilled coal oil on her a ie 
clothing and it ignited when Complete GE Kitchen Cover 
she struck a match. 

Louise Husband, 30, of GENERAL B ELECTRIC 
301 S. Maple st., was admitted ® GE REFRIGERATOR © GE RANGE TOP @ GE 
to Arlington Hospital with first, WALL OVEN © GE DISPOSALL ® GE KITCHEN 
second and third degree burns CA ' e ASHER 
on the abdomen, chest, arms BINETS GE DISHWAS 
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> : to Burgundy Knolls model house. Open today 
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Capital Commerce 


Mortgage Financing 
Of Appliances Hit 


By S. Oliver Goodman 
Pinancial Editor 


Federal housing policy that permits long-term mortgage 
financing of appliances in new homes came in for some caustic 


remarks nae ot! 

The _powerful Natio 
statement submitte 
House Banking apd Currenc 
Committee, sai n part: 

“The new home market for 
major appliances has been 
largely diverted away from re- 

anneis by ... builders 
‘selling equipment with 
house in a package deal. . 
Many items now included in 
the mortgage are free-stand-| 
ing units, like refrigerators, 
washing machines er stoves. 
These items depreciate rapidly 
and wear out long before the 
mortgage is paid off. 

“They are rapidly wasting 
assets. The longer mortgage 

riods available under the 
ederal (FHA and VA) pro- 
— have eased the way for 
uilders to load as much of 
this household equipment as 
possible into the initial pack- 
age mortgage.” 

The N.R.F.A.’s remarks were 
submitted to the House com- 
mittee by Julian W. Caplan,) 
director of the association's 
Washington office at 1028 Con- 
necticut ave. 


to t 


“It is strange and somewhat | 


nes to un erstand Federal| 
policy, his statement. said, 
which encourages the sale of| 
appliances 
though their average useful 


life lies somewhere between) 
long) 
al-| 


five and 10 years, and 
term mortgage interest 
most doubles the initial cost of 
the item.” 

The furniture group, which 
has 9500 member stores, called 
attention to efforts of the car- 
pet industry to get FHA ap- 
proval of carpeting for 30-year 
mortgage financing. in new 
Romes. “This is a matter for 
very serious concern. It could 
eause downgrading in struc- 
tural quality of -eAmerican 
housing. It would bring about 
the elimination of finished 
hardwood floors, and the sub- 
stitution of plywood or mason- 
- fte-type floors over which the 
earepting would be laid.” 

The furniture group urged 
that Congress restudy the Na- 
tional Housing Act “as to the 
exclusion of non-realty items 
which are fast-wearing, . fast- 
depreciating and not an in. 
tegral part of the structure.” 


Wismer in New Post 


Harry Wismer, radio and tel- 
evision sportscaster, has been 
elected vice president and a di- 
rector of H. Gabriel Murphy & 

Co., Inc., Wash- 

ington insur- 

ance-bond firm. 

Wismer serves 

in an executive 

capacity with 

the O'Neil in- 

terests, princi- 

pal owners of 

Mutual Broad- 

casting System, 

Inc., General 

Tire & Rubber 

Wismer Co., Inc., and 

RKO Pictures, Inc. Wismer 

also is vice president of Pro 

Football, Inc., which operates 

the Redskins team here. He will 

eontinue his broadcasting and 

retain his executive position 
with these firms. 


SEC Blocks Stock Sale 


The Securities and Exchange 
Commission has issued an or- 
der temporarily blocking the 
sale of a stock offering by Sky 
Ride Helicopter Corp. of Wash- 


the. 


on 30-year terms.| 


tail Furniture Association, in a 
ph D eed te srl mee a. 


The SEC charged the 
ompany with failure to comply 
ith its Regulation A, which re- 

ires that reports of stock 

es be filed with the 
semi-annually. The firm was 
organized in June, 1953, for the 
purpose of carrying passengers’ 
and freight by helicopter. The 
company proposed to acquire a 


site for operations in the vicin-| 


ity of Washington National Air- 
port and the Pentagon. May- 
nard H. Smith was listed as 
ee poms A hearing will 
eld on request, the SEC said, 
on whether the order suspend- 
ing further sale of Sky Ride 
stock should be lifted or made 
permanent. 


Auditors Group Elects 


usiness 


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WEDNESDAY, 


MAY 30, 


1956 


Chain Plans 
Area Entry 


The Red & White Corp., a na- 
ticnal cooperative food store! 
‘chain, will explain its program 
to Washington an. Baltimore 
area independent grocers at a 
dinner meeting next Tuesday | 
in the Madison Arms, 


. nw. 
| Established in 1f21, the Chi- 
cago-hea’'quartered chaih now 
has about 5000 food stores 
under ite banner in 44 states 
and seven Canadian provinces 
It has not heretofore operated | 
in this area. 

The franchise to sign up in- 
dependent super market oper-| 
ators into the Red & White 
program has been given t’ the 


Red & White 


County, S. 


1320 G) 


‘holders packed into the Davis* 
'Theater that work on the new 
‘project will start immediately 
“subject only to the necessary 
consent of the local authorities 
corcerned.” 

The multi-million Bowater 
‘eoncern already owns a pulp 
‘and newsprint mill in Calhoun, 
Tenn. Bowater said production 
there has reached 212,000 tons 
a year and the company is 
considering expansion to 400, 

tons. 

“Such is the demand for the 
Tennessee company’s products 
that we are seriously consider- 
ing the early installation of the 
fourth machine for which the 


Kenneth K. Kilgore has been|Washington Wholesale Grocery !#yout of the plant was original- 
elected president of the Wash-|Co., whose officers will preside |!y designed,” said Bowater in 
ington Chapter, Institute of In-|at the “kick-off” meeting here. | his annual report. 


ternal Auditors. Kilgore is 


They are Solomon Fishman, 


“The decision to proceed . 


chief of the|president; Louis Fishman, sec. will depend upon experiments 


audit policy| 
branch in the 
Office of the 
Assistant Sec-| 
retary of De-| 
fense. He is’ 
also a vice) 
president of) 
the Federal! 
G overnment 
Accountants| 


Kilgore Other Chapter 
officers were elected as follows: 


Paul E. Graves, Woodward & cery has just completed a new —_- 1 


Lothrop, secretary; ‘Charles F. 
Kemmell, Army Audit Agency,| 
secretary; Hilbert S. Browne, | 
Acacia Mutual Life Insurance 
Co., treasurer 


Food Fair Vets Honored 


Employes of Food Fair Super) 
Markets with more than five 
years service were honored at a 
banquet in the Sheraton-Park) 
Hotel. More than 60 employes) 
attented, some with over 25 
years service. Irvin L. Siegel,| 


board chairman, addressed the 


group and forecast continued 
growth for the food industry. | 
He awarded 10-year pins to S.) 
L. Seleznow and Charles Gib-| 
son and 5-year pins to 16 others.’ 
Another speaker was Lloyd W.| 
Mosely, vice president in’ 
‘charge of personnel for Grand| 
Union Co. 


Notes 


The latest issue of Treasury |% 
short-term bills sold at a price ° 
u 


retary-treasurer; Albert Fish- 
man, general manager, and/| 
Nathaniel Goldberg, a member 
of the board of directors. 
Staff men from Red & 
White's headquarters will assist | 
in organizing the program here 
‘Among them will be Ray 0. 
Harb, sales service manager: | 
Murray Coleman, sales super- 
visor, am. Leo J. Bushey, head |__ 


Ass oci ation. ‘of the brokerage firm handling |scme Ales 


Red & White brand products. 
Washington Wholesale Gro- 


6C,000-square-foot warehouse at 
1270 Fourth st., nw. 

As explained be the Fishman 
brothers the Red *. W hite pro- 
gram offers independent jood 
stores a more efficient way to 
compete with lar-e chains. 
Members opera‘e and adver 
‘tise under the Red & White. 


‘banner, special merchandising | : 


ard engineering services dre 
supplied and uniformity of 
quality, display and prices 
ob.ained. 


Baltimore Markets 


BALTIMORE. May 20 ” f _ 
CATTLE —Recelpte "100 Stans “senban 
ee: ys 5 one load stock "cattle carried 

mday: two loads fed at 
| offer. around 50 per cent 
sins active on fed 


Ee 


sh s 
Indiv 3 
er Z 


» hoor a one nes 


and choice 
few low s00d 


Sredine mod- 
high choice | 
p- 09: Rs, head 


Ibs... 
Receipts, 150: 


coumarin’ 
© 13.00 


equivalent to an average yield 


of 2573 per cent. Last week 
a similar issue drew 2.702 per 
cent. 


Washington investment 


. Capital Reserve Corp., | Ipwer 
com- lower: “mined lots 


ad 
enly 25-50 
lower wi 


barrows and 
wer, 


mR. 

L gilts us uneve 
me 

ead 


us 


pany, filed an amendment to its 9y‘chers. 17.754: 18.00 


SEC registration statement 
seeking an- additional $2 mil- 

lion in Potomac Plans for the 
systematic accumulation of 
common stock of Potomac Elec-! 
tric Power Co. ... Schaler But-| 
ler Associations, 


tions consultants, has moved 


‘to larger quarters in the La-|“= 


Salle Building, 1028 Connecti-/2s 
cut ave. Brig. Gen. 
A. Dunn (retired) and Rob- 
ert C. Bean have been elected 
directors of American Hoppi- 
Copters Inc., which plans to 
make one-man helicopters. 


D. C. Security Prices 


Yesterday's prices on the Washington Steck 
Exchange arensh of the Philade!phia-Baltimore 
Steck Exchang 

SALES 


30% 
. 0 at 21%, 1 at 21%, 


2. 
Wash Gas © 2 
38%, ioe ot 30%, 100 at 38%, 15: at 
i . 1S at 


of t2%6 
om. 10 at 21%, 16 at 


PUBLIC UTILITY 


Gas tot Os DI 
Pet Elec Power 3%4's ‘7? 
Set dies Power i's 83 
Pot Elec Power 2%'s “M4 . 


os 3 
MISCELLANEOUS 
tor aw Cet 


PUBLIC UTILITY 
Tel & Yel () 
i Transit (p.80) 
Power 


a4 


Declared or paid se far this year (p) 
| 1955. 


(+1 90) 
Liberty ® 9 
Lincete (* 1.08) 


Capita. 
i 
28) 

Trust COMPANY 
Sec Tr (1.88) 
Sav i (1.68) 
(1.58) 
Unies Yrest Ce. ('1 


Trest Ce 
20) : 
SAVINGS BANK 
of Gethesds ('1.50) 


ce ('18) 
INSURANCE 


mer 
Nat’! 


gs eas Sets 
~ 


60 | 
INSURANCE 


2) 
MISCELLANEOUS. 
parfiacke! com. (1.60) 
part inche! ‘es te a pfd (1.125) 


werent . (40) 
; ie & tew pféd (7.18) 
wg St com (2.00) 
Sterage New (1.28) 


& Wh Corp 
Wewd & Lothrop com (2.08) 


pfad (3) 


Wéwe & Loti 103 
ri ‘Pies extra or extras 


“Ex. (a) 


D. C. Produce Prices 


Yesterday's wholesale 


produce pricer 
aoe less-than-carioad lots } 
reported by the 


n Washington 
U. &. Department of 
.. 
Asrieultur ors 
APPLES-—New Jersey: Rome. %,-bushe! 
Daskets, 2% inches up, 2.2542 50. tay- 
4,-bushe! baskets, sell fy ng 

7 5 venia: cious 
ts, Oa taas 650@7.00 Romes. 


: 72-| 

00. Winesap,. boxes, wrappe 
xtra Panes, 88-1388. 5.50. Fancy. 88- 
50 


ANANAS—40- lower cartons, 4.75@ 
Jumbo cartes. 


eut, 


%. 
brie 
less otherwise stated) Florid ~ Duncans, | 


artons, 


Cartons, 180- 
15 @4.25 


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24s. 1.7 00, omaine, New ersey 
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public rela- channels 


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Paid ia fly ones 


ONIONS (Dry)—50-Ib. sacks. Arizona: 
Yellow Sermude. meogiam. 3.15 oa as 
Grano 3 nches, aree 2500 
medium, 3.50. Crysta Wax. 2-3 ken 
: POTATOES (Old)—U. &. No. 1. Size A 


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No. 1 3.00@3.25. New Jersey: Bushell 
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ES—Repack: Lugs. 6x@s, 6.00. | 
20-Ib.. 4.25, Cartons. lo-tube, 
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Wednesday, May 30—Legal holiday. 


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CHICAGO, May 29 %—Grains staged a mild 

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Certain-teed Spin-off 
se Terms Corrected 


NEW YORK, May 29 ‘#—Di-) 
rectors of Certain-teed ed 
ducts Corp. have recommended 
that stock in a proposed new 
company, Bestwall Gypsum Co., 
be issued to Certain-teed stock- 
holders at the rate of one share 
of stock in the new company 
for each three shares of Cer- 
tain-teed held. ) 

The Associated Press in a dis-| 5% 
patch dated May 15 erroneously 
reported that the proposed 
ef spin-off” was to be on the 
jibasis of three shares of Best- 


.|\wall Gypsum for each share of 


Certain-teed. Under the pro- 
Toes Bestwall Gypsum would 
| nell f=) paeno-onalg pracess) 
3 3 gypsum and paper products) 
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Sir Eric ‘Bowater, corporation chairman, 


South Carolina to Get 
New Bowater Pulp | Mill 


LONDON, May 29 (#®—The Bowater Paper Corp. announced 
today it is to build a new'pulp mill near Rock Hill in York) 


told 1700 share. 


that we are now carrying out 
in connection with the economic) 
use of pulp made from hard-| 


wood as distinct from southern 


pine. 

“We have every reason to 
expect that these experiments 
will prove successful . 
have already sold the produc. 
tion of a fourth machine on an 
‘if and when’ basis.” 

This fourth machine, said 
Bowater, would bring Tennes- 
see newsprint production to 
400,000 tons a year and con- 
sume all that plant's pulp out- 
put. 

Therefore, he said, the com- 
pany would want more pulp to 
supply its other mills and this 
. would come from the new 
Rock Hill plant. 


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European Airlines 
Oppose Fare Cuts 


CANNES, France, May 29 ‘®—Western Europe's commercial 
airlines served notice today they will oppose United States 
moves for big slashes in international air fares. 

Rene Lemaire, France's Secretary-General for Civil Aviation, 


46-nation airlines conference 
that smaller companies might 
be ruined if drastic fare re. 
ductions were put into effect 
right now. 

Speaking for 14 European 
governments and their airlines, 
Lemaire pleaded for more time 
to let “the old continent” ad- 


Mrs. Mary Kersey Harvey 
is the new president of the | 
Women’s Advertising Club of 
Washington, succeeding Mrs. 
Elinor Lee, food editor of 
(The Washington Post and 
Times Herald. Mrs. Harvey, 
active in public relations and 
advertising for 15 years, is 
vice president of M. Belmont 
Ver Standig, Inc. 


Raymond 


To Head D. C. 
Loan any ape 


John U. Raymond has been 
as president of | *#* 
| Washington Chapter, American. 
Savings & Loan Institute, Un- 
contested, he! 
will be 
mally 
at the annual 
chapter meet- 
ing June 5. 


Raymond is) t-te 


vice president| 
and secretary | 


of the Home | ieavel 


Federal Sa v-| 
ings & Loan’ 
Association) 
and has been 


associated with that institution whee 


for nine years. 

Other uncontested nominees 
for chapter posts are: Robert 
McConkey, Perpetual Building 
Association, first vice presi- 
dent: Robert Mazzolini, North- 
western Federal Savings & 
Loan Association, second vice 
* president; Anne Fletcher, First 
Federal Savings & Loan As 
sociation, secretary, and Wood- 


Graduation exercises for the 
chapter will be held June 9 at 
the Shoreham Hotel. Diplomas 
will be presented to more than 
150 savings-loan employes who 


elected |= 


New York Bond Prices 


Associated Press 
Total sales $3,870,000; 
ago $3,531,000. 
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just to the coming air age in 
which giant jet airliners would 


'be- carrying bigger payloads. 


The Frenchman conceded 


that in theory the Americans | 


were right in arguing that low-| 
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traffic and bigger profits. He| 
suggested a compromise ac- 
cord and called for somewhat'| 
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too deeply into the current! 
budgets of European com- 


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told the opening session of a* 


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panies plagued by rising costs, 
under the auspices of the In- 
ternationa] Air Transpert As- 
sociation (IATA) to confer on 
the United States Civil Aero- 
nautics Board (CAB) demand 
for cheaper tourist fares on 
transatiantic routes. CAB 
claims tourist fares are way 
too high and are subsidizing 


luxury first class flights. 


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Total sales 2 430,000 shares; 
previous day 2,780,000; year | 
1.988.360; two years a£0 
1,854,670; Jan. 1 to date 259,- | 
943.334; 1955 to date 301,540, 


466; 1954 to. date 198,436,333. 


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With Shirley Povich 


NEW YORK, MAY 29—That portion of Ford Frick’s 
annual $65,000 salary which is paid by the Boston Red 
Sox was earned beyond dispute today by the baseball | 
commissioner, an amateur diagnostician of no mean 
talent. 

Thirteen days ago the Red Sox notified Mr. Frick that | 
they were placing one of their pitch- 
ers, Willard Lee Nixon, on the dis- 
abled list because he had a sore arm. 

From his steel and concrete clinic 
at 30 Rockefeller Plaza here, Profes- 
sor Frick squinted in the direction of 
Detroit where the Red Sox were living 
temporarily, and said that in his con- 
sidered opinion the Red Sox were 
malingering. 

He diagnosed Nixon's arm trouble 
as chiefly the desire of the Red Sox, 
to beat the 25-player deadline which 
would fall the next day, and said the 
pitcher would have to stay on the 
active list. 


Povich 


The Red Sox beefed and said Frick didn’t know what he | 


was talking about. Frick said he did so, too, and he added 
that the clubs were taking advantage of the disabled list to 
retire their players for 30 days while they worked out their 
player-limit problems, and he wasn't going to stand for it. 


AND SO TODAY, with Frick unrelenting and a pitching 
crisis on his team, Manager Mike Higgins gambled with 
Nixon as a starting pitcher and it was, as you may know, 
a thumping triumph for Nixon and Frick. 

The pitcher the Red, Sox said was ailing so much he 
could scarcely raise his right arm to comb his hair came 
within four outs of pitching the first no-hitter by a Boston 
pitcher against the Yankees in forty years. 

At the finish, Higgins was happy about the whole thing. 

“Who are you going to start against the Orioles tomor- 
row.” a Boston baseball writer asked the Boston manager. 

“I don't know, yet,” said Higgins frankly. “I'll call Mr. 
Frick and ask him which of our pitchers is in shape.” 

The arm trouble that Nixon said had been bothering him 
wasn't exactly pin-pointed by him after the Tigers knocked 
him out of the box in four innings May 15 

In his best medical phraseology, Nixon told Boston 
writers who visited him in the clubhouse, “the difficulty with 
my arm is this. It is so lousy knotted up in them shoulder 
muscles that I feel like tearing it off and throwing it into 
the ash can.” 


HOWEVER, NIXON'S arm was not hurting him enough for 
Frick to feel the pain and Frick’s decision, which in effect 


delivered their victory to the Red Sox, was of a piece with | 


the logic of other events in Yankee Stadium today. 

What could have been more reasonable than that Nixon, 
who had not won a game all season, would emerge the 
winner over Don Larsen who had not lost one? Or that the 
Red Sox, who had not beaten the Yankees in their last 
nine attempts in the Stadium, should win today? All the 
pieces were falling neatly into place. 

The fact was that Mike Higgins today was not only sharing 
the management of the Red Sox with Frick, but also with 
Ted Williams. The lineup that Higgins originally gave to 
the official scorer bore the name of Dick Gernert as his 
‘left fielder. Ten minutes before game time, Williams re- 
arranged it by announcing he would play left field. 

There was nothing mutinous about it on Williams’ part, 
however. Between Higgins and Williams there was the 
understanding that Williams would play whenever he thought 
his bruised foot was ready for it. This was the day, although 
it was a bit late in the day when Williams came to his 
decision. 


UNTIL BILLY MARTIN got that big triple with two Yan- 
kees gone in the eighth, it appeared that Mr. Frick would be 
the first baseball commissiener to get an assist in the pitching 
of a no-hitter. 
theory, Nixon was pitching his heart out, if not his arm. 

Martin's wallop that shattered the no-hit dream of Nixon 
was. on the face of it, a feat in itself inasmuch as it was 
a triple knocked over the head of Jimmy Piersall. Few 
hitters do that against the fleet Piersall, but Martin did. 

There was a bit of a catch, though. Piersall, taking the 
ealculated risk, with the Red Sox in a 7-4 lead at the time, 
_ was playing a bit the better to protect Nixon's 
‘ no-hitter against a line-drive swat. Otherwise, he might 
* have caught Martin’s smash. But for Nixon he was making 
the right play. And it was a nice if futile thing for Piersall 
to do. 


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By Bob Addie 
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BALTIMORE, May 29—Har- 
mon Killebrew came out of 
“retirement” this afternoon to 
smack two homers and dfive in 
three runs as the Nats outlast- 
ed the Baltimore Orioles, 6-5. 

Killebrew was an unexpected 
‘substitute, rushing into action 
‘in the second inning after Pete 
‘Runnels had been spiked. The 
19-year-old bonus boy celebrat- 
led by hitting two successive 
home runs off Erv Palica and 
Johnny Schmitz. His homer in 
the fourth was his first hit of 
the year. 


| ‘This was another rough game 
'which had to go down to the 
last out before the crowd left. 
Trailing 62 going into the 
eighth, the Orioles batted 
around’ as they chased starter | 
Dean Stone. | 

Connie Grob took over and 
finally got out of the inning, | 
|getting pitch-batter Bob Nelson 
(on a fly ball with the bases full. 

Palica started and pitched 

'three perfect innings until the 
fourth when the Nats (alias 
| Killebrew) got to him for a pair 
.of runs. Harry Dorish, Schmitz! 
and George Zuverink also saw 
action. Stone got the victory. 

The Nats were outhit, 9-7, 
‘with Gus Triandos again prov- 

ing a tough customer. The big! 

| first-baseman, who got four hits | 
Monday night, got three more 
today including his sixth homer’ 
of the year. 

Eddie Yost, Lyle Luttrell and | 
‘Killebrew each got two hits./ 
|Lou Berberet got the other. 
| Stone gave up singles in the 
‘second and third without dam-| 
age after both sides had failed! 
to hit in the first. In the fourth,| 
‘Yost broke Palica’s streak with! 
a double to left. Whitey Herzog’ 
flied out but Killebrew smashed 
a 410-foot homer for 2 runs. 

Luttrell tripled to center in 
the fifth and came in on Ber- 
beret’s single to make it 30 
Stone sacrificed and Yost 
walked but Herzog lined into a 
‘double play. 

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run into the ney bleachers, 
,and the Nats led, 

Stone was doing veil through 
‘the first five innings but he fal-' 
‘tered in the sixth when he 
walked Bob Nieman with two 
out. Triandos hit a 3-2 pitch far 
‘into the bleachers to cut the 
|\Nats” margin to 4-2. 

Luttrell opened the seventh 
‘with a single off Schmitz and 
Berberet walked. Pedro Ramos 
‘ran for Berberet. Stofie struck 
‘out but Yost dropped a single 
into right scoring Luttrell and 
putting Ramos on third. 

Herzog laid down a beautiful 
bunt on a suicide squeeze. 
Ramos, off with the pitch. 
scored easily as Schmitz was 
fumbling the ball for an error.’ 
| Jim Pyburn,. Hoot Evers and 
George Kell all singled ‘o oven 
ithe eighth. Grob relieved Stone 
| and walked Nieman to force in 
'Pyburn. Triandos singled in 
'Evers and Kell to make it 65 
be a settled down then and 

t Billy Gardner and Bob Hale | 
popups. Tito Francona got 

infield single to fill the 
oli again but Nelson flied to 
Herzog in short right to end, 
the threat. 

Grob got the Orioles out in 
order in the ninth, 


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9th Spoils 


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CLOUD OF DUST—Dick Kettner of Eastern is enveloped in 
a cloud of dust as he slides safely home in yesterday's In- 
terhigh semifinal I playoff game with Roosevelt at Griffith 


Stadium. Catcher for Roosevelt is Monty Lambert. The um- 
pire is Carl Burch. Roosevelt won, 12 to 7, and meets Ana- 
costia Thursday for the league title. (Story, Page 21.) 


Shutout 


By Shirley Povich 

Stall Reporter : 
NEW YORK, May 29~—Wil 
lard Nixon, testing once more 
the sore arm that had kept him 
winless all season, threw a ne 
hit game into the flustered 
faces of the Yankees for 72/3 

innings today and beat them. 
The big right hander whom 
the Red Sox unsuccessfully 
petitioned Commissioner Ford 
Frick to put on the disabled list 
two weeks ago, settled for a 74 


Series of the Week 


victory after being only four. 
outs away from no-hit fame. 

Not until two were out in 
the seventh did the Yankees 
manage even to get a man on 
base against the surprising 
Nixon, and as the game wore 
into the eighth the bulk of the 
12,287 fans in the stadium were 
— exhorting him to bring 
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Martin Smashs Triple 


And, then, the edifice of 
Nixon's dreams crashed, the 
crowd's tensedup emotions 
punctured, by a ringing three 
‘bagger off Billy Martin's bat 
lover the head of Jimmy Piers- 
lall in center field. 

After that, there was a let- 
down and the Yankees scored 
three unearned runs in the 
ninth, the way paved by third 
baseman Frank Malzone’s wild 
throw to first on Gil Me 
ald’s ground ball with two out. 
It wanes Nixon of his shut- 
out. 

The Yanks added two hits in 
that ninth, Mickey Mantle’s 


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today for his seventh victory of the season. New York 
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Ends Horrible Slump 


AMERICAN LEAGUE | In his two previous starts 
Pct. G.B. this year, Nixon could not last 
beyond the fifth inning and 
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for him, only to meet Frick's 
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to Chicago one sticky night in Kansas City last June, it 


was announced that the big men in the trade were Clint | 


Courtney and Johnny Groth with a fellow named Bob 
Chakales as a “throw-in.” 

Such enticements are quite common in baseball because 
there seems to be an idea that if you 
get quantity the fans don't yell as 
loudly over losing a favorite. Genial 
Jim, of course, was a big favorite in 
Washington. | 

Anyway, looking at Chakales’ rec- 
ord, the fans let out a fresh moan. 
Chakales belonged, it seemed, to titat 
class of pitchers who have a great 
potential but never fully realize it. 

There have been a lot of such guys 
in the big lecgues, fellows of whom 
it is always said: “He can throw a 
bali. through a brick wall.” The only 
trouble is a brick wall hasn't a bat in 
its hand\to defend itself. 

These fellows always come up with about one good game a 

Year which revives hope like the golf duffer who is about 
to break his clubs into small pieces when he pars the last hole. 


CERTAINLY, CHAKALES had an undistinguished record. 
He was originally a bonus boy with the Phillies but he never 
pitched a major league inning for them. He was bought by 
the Indians, then bounced around like a traveling salesman. 

When the Nats got him last June, Chakales had won nine 
games in four major league years. He did little last year 
to add to his reputation, winning only two while losing three. 

“Tt's not unlikely that the Washington brass gave his record 
a long look this past spring training. 
Chakales would he one of the first to get the ax. 
happened to be the “dean” of the staff, age-wise. 
“Fo complicate things, he pulled a leg muscle in the spring 
arid was shelved for two weeks. If ever a man’s future looked 
bleak, it was Chakales’. 

Still, there’ was that business about his great potential. 
There were occasions when Chakales looked invincible. 
Another factor was that the fair-haired boys of the Nats’ 
pitching staff gradually were eliminating themselves while 
Chiakaleés was recovering from his bad leg. 


At 28, he 


EARLIER IN THE SPRING, Chakales had vowed he was 
going’ to do better this year. He underwent an appendectomy 
late last season and he said at least the trouble had been 
Cleared up. 

“I just didn’t have any pep last year,” he was saying one 
bright Florida morning. “I was dog-tired and wanted to rest 
all the time. But after that operation I began to feel good 
again. .I know I feel easier throwing a ball now and I look 
forward to work.” 


Work is one commodity which Chakales has been getting | 
Manager Chuck Dressen was des- | 


in.abundance this year. 
perate for a relief man in the spring and found no one to fill 
the bill. Like most relief pitchers who have been successful, 


the thing began gradually with no one paying particular | 


attention to Chakales as any sort of stopper. 

Chakales started his relieving against the Yankees on the 
second day of the season and pitched a scoreless inning. The 
next time he was bombed for three runs in one inning by Balti- 


more but on April 29 relieved in both ends of a double-header | 
against the Orioles and pitched shutout ball for seven innings | 


ever, two games. 


NOW HE WAS on his way. He pitched shutout ball against 
the White Sox for 72/3 innings. As the season swung into 
May, he was busier than the mother of a June bride. 

There were some remarkable high spots in May. For 
instance, Chakales relieved in both ends of a double-header 
against Detroit on May 20. Three days later, he pitched 10 
dramatic innings against Kansas City in that 17-inning affair. 

That was the game when Chakales had given up only one 
scratch hit in eight innings before he tired. After that rough | 
haul, he came back only two days later to save a game for 
Pete Ramos in Boston. Then he appeared on the very next 
day. 

“T remember,” he was saying, “that in 1952 I pitched only 
12. innings and the next only 27. I was griping about not 
getting enough work. But I don’t mind this sudden change. 
It seems the more I pitch the better my arm feels. Sure, 
Va like to start but it gives me a big thrill to go in there 
and stop a rally.” 

A food relief pitcher, of course, can make a handsome 
living. Joe Page discovered that and so have other “firemen.” 
At’ the moment, Chakales’ ambition is a modest one. He 
thinks he has no chance to be selected for the All-Star game. 

“I wouldn't mind just pitching batting practice,” he says. 
“That would really be a big kick.” 


It was rumored that 


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Gus Bats 
In 7 Runs; 
Has 5 Hits 


CHICAGO, May 29 #—Out- 


homers to produce seven runs 
batted in and a 5-for-45 batting 
day to help Brooks Lawrence 
to his sixth victory without a 
defeat in Cincinnati's 104 tri- 
umph over the Chicago Cubs 
today. 

Bell, who also collected two 
singles, drove across two runs 
in each the thir? and fifth in- 
nings with his sixth and sev- 
enth homers of the season, and 
slammed across three more in 
the seventh inning with homer 
No. 8. 
| Redlegs catcher Ed Bailey 
| also smacked a homer with 
‘none aboard in the fourth in- 
ning. 

Lawrence, who allowed eight 
‘hits, held the Cubs scoreless 
juntil the sixth inning, when 
‘three hits shoved across two 
Chicago runs. 
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Anacostia Thursday at Griffith Stadium, 


3 p.m., for the Interhigh championship. 


| YANKS—From Pg. 20 


Nixon Stops 
Yankees, 7-3 


liams, returning to the lineup’ 
today after missing 33 games 
with his famed bruised instep. 

Mickey Vernon gave Nixon 
his first two runs with a double 
to right after Larsen walked 
the first two batters. Billy 
Goodman got Nixon two more 
runs in the 
homer into the right field seats. | 


second with a 


Roosevelt jufnped on Eastern 


THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD, 
even . Wednesday, May 30, 1956 1 


| pitcher Jim Burch in the first’ 
inning. Cliff Arnett led off with! 


a walk, Billy Cooper singled to. 


grounded out to second scoring 
Arnett, Cooper scored when Hal | 
Burke ‘grounded to second. 
| In the third inning Roosevelt 
scored six runs on a walk, four 
singles, a double and two East- 
ern errors. Pitcher Demetri 
Koutras struck the big blow, a! 
two run double. 
Eastern scored three runs in 
the third, and two in the fifth. 


’ 


In a tworun ninth inning, |The losers left the bases loaded 


Sammy White also homered. 


in the fifth and again in the 


The big pitch that Nixon was ‘!xth as Koutras was tough with | 


using today was a new one, 
an experimental knuckler. He 


threw just enough fast balls | arnett.ss 


and: sliders to keep the Yan- 
|| kees honest and ther discom- 
}} booberated ‘em with his brand- 
‘new flutter stuff. 

At the outset, his arm didn’t 
feel right, he said after the 
1) game, so he attempted a few 
nucklers. “Sammy White said 
to keep throwing them, so I 
did,” Nixon said. “Ordinarily I 


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Gil McDonald, had been able 
to knock the ball beyond _ 
infield. 

The home run that Mantle. 
swatted 400 feet into the right’ 
center bleachers to cheat Nixon 
of his shutout in the ninth was 
off a knuckle ball, and a new 
tribute to the power of the’ 
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Btafl Reporter TROON, Scotland, May 29 '# Dro. et ver we | + ; day t li f h Ro al Paint Sp ecial 
h daClose Cail finished fourth. placed fifth for overlapned | ay to renueve tormer nheavy- 
Chevy Chase and Washing. The Scots today repelled the uo tet Splshed,, tqurth. plage {ttn tet ed tear \Poplar Alice...” (Jones) _§ \weight boxing champion Joe . on Any Make »P Done 
; , American invasion in the 61st QUIRE, HANOVER $14.40. $9.20. $5.20; FRANNY HAN-| xBroké MOE, sf arked ou i ouis of all outstandin income | , 
ton turned the Women’s Dis- ¥ Golf Champi-|°¥=™, 9.0. $4.60: JOHNNIE cELWYN $8.20 IMA KN 0, i940. $6.60; MR. LEE BROOK. s9 40, | 4/0"45 nding ~ yo in the newest, most modern 
so] os British Amateur Go pr} phen RACE—One mile (pace). Class 28 (cond) Puree. $5.8 BOR ATA. itaxes owing the Government’ Ch ] P] 
trict Golf Association team onship. $800. rPagoontiaed per. JW. Dowsing’s be. (4: by) Sixt ae mile ‘oace) Class B (cond). The Jack | since 1939 - rysier-Piymouth paint 
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championship into a four-way As play moved through the Time. 2.00% PE BESET —— _..|Robinepn, and Dr, Shadman's. % Find * 2:0 Ensien Han. Louis’ much publicized in- shop, under the supervision 
race yesterday at Washington ¢hird round on the hot. dry PA nae ay btiver PP Str. , Fin, sa —oaa, | come tax troubles stem from un- 1) omas Blowe, mgr. 
Golf and Country Club Troon links, the men from Pringese Faich $8 26 paid taxes, penalties and inter- $ 50 
the pd b* rengeth we Argyle, Ayrshire, Lanarkshire and jay Wha 2 est reported to total nearly 1% ONLY 
. T . oT . ’ neighboring golfing strongholds Quinton Ann scott 839 million dollars. His fights as — — 
. es Wee © pen coe oe tae over. Only two Americans a — diag Nore? 38.3 heavyweight title holder from SPECIAL ONE-DAY SERVICE 
the lead with only one more Cwelters) _ . 5.80 BODY SHOP 
ys he 4. ) Were left who had much chance ride {Parked ont 8 Con wnat 3.30 1937 to 1949 grossed milliens ws Complete stock of parts for all Ply 
match remaining to be played. of winning the title that has NOR pal -SO, £1020. 04.80; MILLET HANOV xBroke str *Park of dollars mouths, Dodges. De Sotos, Chrvslers, tar 
Washington defeated Atmy neon in American hands ax $4.80 wh NCEsS EDITH. $2 9s BNSC fae Mf BG 985 40,23 20: PRINCESS mad Siemingki called on Congress. perials. Complete crash repaid service 
Navy. 54 to dro ) the serv- “ : at reasonable rates Leave car in Morte 
ice club into third Bo in the Of the past nine years. . iS DAILY DOUBLE (3-8) PAID $237.80 » SevenTn CE-One. mis S Biine Mitog BR. aio ws to wipe out Joe’s income tax’ ing, pick up in evening 
standings and better its own bg — vy Ae ugg the aT NERD RACE —One mile (once). Class © Purse, 000 Winner. Parker R. Whiting “Bind: {6) py Guy Day—Lady — hee) ~ ery a os an ht 1240 Us hur St. 3 " w 
cause by a point little red-haire exan who is Mi se Adeienne ‘by. Biackstone Time. 207% . is T Tut (Edmunds) - 90 DOW lecemen a oe nes) 
Argyle, despite its loss to defending champion, and big ~,,... ae ss — gliy-Up : ‘Wilson : done a lot for the United| psnur St. A.W, 
Chevy Chase, remains the lead- Gene Andrews of Pacific Pali- dis Apbott Larior Pr ott (Warren) . Tg a bn’ New-Car Showrooms 
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finale the pvt an ies co aoe eae Like cee Pa: F Plight (siokiey sprottusnal anver ; ’ i youth more than sant the chant TET Thi p 4100 Ga. Ave. NW. 
mpions mus ‘ arie Dugan | (Hubbard) rovisiona E ; YMOUTH, CHRYSLER, IMPERIAL Call TAylor $-2900 
Army Navy. pion, was especially imoressive guigtes, Tick TRAPPER $2.80, $2.20 SALLY-UP, 84.40. $240: of a fighting champion, more ' : : bt yiOr J- 
ee : , R WORTHY BRUCITA, 82.20 
W asnington, ony 2 points today as he knocked off a pair vhiel Eimwood — ne oh at hf OTP Bae Coe mer Wiltiars gas B (cond. Purse. | ithan just words that tell of his 
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> an om aly» re a in of other Americans to get into pis ABBOT $4.40. $4.00. $3.00: OHTO BOY. 86.40. 64.20; Nisht Flare—His meselionsr’s, . ww i ene” eg ga feats in the ring,” 
ourth piace, plays secona-piace the fourth round. ERIC'’S LOU. $2 80 Rouch Time ones) , e said 
Chevy Chase in the final. ro URTH RACE—One mile (pace) Class CC. Purse. $800. Green Mountain Boy ‘M) ; “Joe Louis gives to every 
Chevy Chase was playing Beats Goodloe, Randolph \Princs--idice Volodale be Abtedcle Time. 4:68% Oe Monee Wane «Devens? 3 young American boy engaged in 
without the servi ~ ae Ae District; andrews whipped Dynamite 1? te carcrixet PP t, : By itruexs | athletic competition a manner! 
en i ; : ated Billy Goodloe, long - hitting eunt ome Hanover (Fry) 5 3% Kine’ + Kaient (Gchoolan . io: 3 of conduct, a conscientiousness| 
we . we hjurec _ titut.| Georgian, 5 and 4, in the sec- Oy Dixie. =) 3 F Broke st ‘Pid not finch —— == of purpose, a goodness of heart,' 
ed for eg Per TP - ‘and ion round ‘this morning. Then A2orey, ork > (Mixer ; +e 40\BOY $10 Me of OP. 30 87 0; QREEN MOUNTAIN and a belief in God. Whenever, 
—— . he took young Jennings Ran-! he was called upon, he was 
paired with Mrs. Paul Streit 4 h help.” 
. | olph of Bethesda, Md, a there to help 
~~ Band mb + soln victory oven strong favorite in their third } ] y ° | nsegeeg on three - page bill 
ave a giowing accou 0 
Capt: Lucille Busch, USAF, and Tound match, by a lopsided Watch Walsh’s Winners at Rosecroft _|\#2,2,#wins ccount of the 
Mrs. Frank Cush, Maryland 6 and 5 score. former champions achieve- 
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state champion. | Conrad, unperturbed while FIRST RACE—One mile (pace). PF $800. Class C b R Hylan) eRe FS nap 
In other matches. Woodmont the other Americans were be- metus ae oe ee i vole ‘Mpa bees e TBeT Good w vito 7 Among other things, it.noted 
chalked up its first victory with ing beaten all around, whipped : wen, AF, Sorte Comment . oe , 1 that Louis gave the entire-pro- 
a 542—3% victory over Prince Scotland's Tom Armstrong in "ape | Torokina omestretch Joy | Mubb’d) : n't had any -1) ceeds of his last two fights in 
ian Dale Dannir (P's). °7 eanuts Purdue (Barker) - Rounding in sha 1942 ¢ lief ad 
Georges. Columbia defeated the third round. He had played 3 Rhys ETH RACE—One mile (tret), Purse. . Class B. i Med agencies, am 
Kenwood, 5—4. |his second round match Mon- § rds) 4-3 Been he was “generous beyond any 
Mrs. Harold Lewis scored a’ day. x (Chiekerine) fighter on record.” 
hole-in-one in the fifth team! Seven Americans in addition © ais. iinibte hs thy 
matches at Court House but to Goodloe, three of whom had! —©*™4"_Cardinal_(Story) .°4-5- a 
her Indian Spring team lost heen regarded as favorites, "ford eikineton ‘Met —~— ee te co 26. 
> Pegg oe oe or = a? were eliminated in the second 3 PG. Hylan) : 
wis Knocked a 4-wo0o0 sho (Min‘ear) 
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cusve CHASE. 5: ARGYLE golfers: Joe Golden of Austin, 
“re S. Parsons and Mrs ee * rr KING CASCO and HOT FLASH 
Bereit Chev Chase scored Dp vSe9 Ed W haley of alem, 
ly for Capt Lacille Buseh and Mass.. and Clarke Hardwicke THIRD RACE—One mile (trot). Purse, S200. Class cc. 
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erier and Derethy Omelecki, — were New York's 40-year-old ; BR) uedacket ‘Hubberd) a." much yet jomes(reten Schooley) EET SP City, 28: Lemon. Washington. 
WASHINGTON, 5; ARMY NAVY Also eligible poten } {Jes} .*3-3-6 Improving t nageean cesawe 

Frank Strafaci. who has tried ational Hanover(Amato) -6- Been breaking . . v (Tru x) ~2-! a " , } ; 

Fire. Chortes Egenrecé and Bre. G b. Hawk (Wilson *5-7-4 Too slow here . Player and Club G AB 
: & Paint seven times for the British yor RTH. RACK---Op , Parse. $400. Class c. Indicates ‘wo or more starts this year Lens, Pittsburch BS 132 27 53 402 @ Get this aromatic mixt 

he ! h : eS es eae Best Bet—AD Repulski, St. Louls 92 20 36 3 P , ixture 

Lived Amateur title without ever ¢ Pio Schuy! fer “Thompson } -i- Better than last 4- MIRAL VAN (3rd race) Bover. St. Louis 144 27 52 36! with a frac Hj 
"Sirs| getting past the last 16: long-| Baller. Cincinnati Si 12 30 3 ith a iragrance ali its own. 
oward tod ae; hitting and well-liked Hobart |  Pittsbarch.. o8 26 34 (84° It’s a cargo of contentment in the 
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desis included Merlin Robertson’ of By Bob Cag DE |, rrgpve Toronina, nine Cases, Golden Races Toni ght a sanat'ss Thomas idunarenss|  Cistmnclive and delightful. Sos 
~ Mii Pasadena, Calif.. Fred Brand t—Lerd Elkington, Princess Reward. | . itabe burch, 32; Barer Lagte. fhe ena 
Lewis. pe Pittsbur SH Bt Rus. Sone Bob Cage iin No, |Sendy Knisht | Tonight Adi ma? ; oaks. he Ae Cia-| world shells or tastes so good. 
Herman Neugass zg ; | Hite Key. Banats. Prince Galion. nig t dios a says cinnatl. | ses, Brookiya. 24; Beaks. , ; 
ae y points te @ for Mr < Rell ae vennaee Doyle Royal, 6—3,' cine eit Marie Weelen, King Katy. adios to Rosecroft Raceway. It er HAL a per. is blended for mildness 
peimeon ang Mr nessman, an ernon Bell o 1. yesterday and ad-|"en vow. won't be — specially cut for cooler, slower, 
5—7, 6—4, SHTY BLAZE, Nevada, Call Up surprising if he takes é 
COLUMBIA, 5: KENWOOD. 4 |aeoemen, Tenn. They were ‘vanced to the quarterfinals of| ¢—c» esecreft, Den Béen. Saien- h k Polo Match Today even-burning. Buy HALF AND HALF in 
stretch sae another track record with him.| The Washingt Pol Club : ; : 
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Majer's ing, stem Hanever, 
Trademark. Triple Crown will be his third; a polo match at Barnsley Field, 
ic"atdt mtedames homey Kepesea,|iné wind from the east played| YESTERDAY'S RESULTS | CLOCKER naeonthg webs | Olney, ad. aE Be MO YOUR PIPE IS WELCOME EVERYWHERE 
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n. Columbia. scored * poin te 
PK. Alle 4m Le isei Yard course on the Firth of ‘Cape Torekin 
ae eae oe Clyde ache oF bater, Chadies , Mpetenees °—Lerd EIkineton, Edneamite mi te. CY, he came back to establish | out mateh last Sunday, WHEN You (UGHT uP ‘HALF AND D HALF 
SECOND TEAMS Except for the wind, which: MeS*"* Getente’ Bale we ~ AB Princess Rews a world’s record of 2.07 1/5 in| 
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feat Woodmont é—3, 6—2. , > 
> 4 a “io defeated Indian round, weather conditions Donald Dell defeated Ox Channing. a ——seomemteoteD Joy, Fle Schuyler, ¥ ay Pace, last Friday. i 
pring, 542-3" d d A 6—5. Bill Demas -defeated Al n setting his  eleventh'| 
| seeme more suited to mer- ele. ~~ ae = F Bob Cace defeated 5-—Nevada, Call Up. Rese Kar Guy 
THIRD TEAMS ; 64. 6—DON EDEN, Chuck Resecroft, Geoa “OF!d'’s standard, Adios Harry) 


icans than to Scots. They are Devte Royal. 64, ! 
Army, Ne yacleated. Man on, 1-2 more accustomed to sun baked. DOU BLES Boy went the mile in 2.001/5. The 
5.4; ROUND: Tom est and Dict pric Maote Harry. Philip Scott. Hundred Rosecroft recurd in consider- 


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. Souatn Eanes a bet the ents adjusted 2 Oliphant. 6s. — wrt "hark - “eee King, Trademark, Pauis able jeopardy is 2.01 1/5 set by 
Bethesda defeated Arsvie. 6-3: Chev (smone ey ie s of Tom Carlock’s T ho mas B. th N. late R A L DA ‘ 
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See eyirTu TEAM F aot ft ape cage Barat ie “a a ‘mhyim Creed Cape Terekina.. Hi-Lo’s Forbes, a Maryland g Ww. 
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Court House defeated Army Navy. 9-*: down playing the seventh hole.' Mert Siimter, @~1. 6—4. Tomas Mere-| o ORD ELKINGTON, Princess Re. Pride, holds the record of 
Washincten defeated Constessional. 7- head-Orme Wilson defeated | Larry Mid- . E@namite Hi Le. 1:58 3/5 and also the Maryland 
snes f defeated Indian Spring, His drive ended in the rough dickamp-Bed Day, 6—1, _ 3, gl men, Prince Gatien, Admiral | 
ted Maner. }- ore 
Tie Selumbls defes . and things looked bleak. But TODAY'S SCHEDULE | oes — at. | P 
hon it rem he hate “Diag, om oon ye dt teat QIPEN TODAY 8 A.M. ‘TIL 7 P.M. 
10 ». m—Freé Reed-Jack Gerley vs. oh St a Nevada. Call vn will be an odds-on-standout, he . e ° 


cumberland grass and gorse na) Gould Howard vs. Ke Resecrefi, Ver- still] has to go around the track. 


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In lanapo IS stop rye te the pin belly meh-Lynch se a a Leaves a Ae ease, Pap Scott. Hitisota And five superb pacers will 
Wh eee Os challenging him. 
‘~ . | in uD Conrad knocked it in for a| ct m—Flovd ys. Dell. Leif Beck | | Manover. | Constleted to have the sail 
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chance is Philip Scott who al-) 
From there on Conrad pounded Fotts-Bob 1 Keiles- mak. By ys | Colley Scores Ace ready holds a decision and was 


7 tory over Vormms Bradford 

INDIANAPOLIS, May 29 i” &* 8 ee p. m.—Demas vs. C Tom Colley made a hole-in- a fastclosing second to push 

Cars qualified for oo ny Armstrong. ‘dad a one yesterday on the 142-yard Adios to his world mark. Philip OLDS BUICK Me nck ® tebe 
500-mile race Memoria ay.|Andrews Putts Well seventh hole at Fairfax Coun- Scott, with Dana Cameron at odg f 

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qualifying time tomorrow morn- ositin aaheumien cine abantind Witnesses were H. S. Hall and push his lifetime earnings over 1942-52 

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ayers Ca kacnbail J. H. Burnite. the $200,000 mark. 


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FIRST p socetal eget) miles an Missouri, was impressive main- ' : —_—_—_—_—— eres | > 00 9 00 9 00 
. Miami. Hepkin ly because of his steady putt- GENEV A, N, in May 29—(P . 2 . 
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d Ansted-Retary Special, ing. He closed out Goodloe with Four players rom aptional 


MW SECOND. ROW —Dick Rathmana,|threes on the 13th and 14th champion Maryland and three 

, J. MeNamara & so holes in the morning. He stayed each from Navy and Virginia We can use ENGINEERS 

. im. a ner Beeclal.. “423: even with Troon’s 35, 36—71\led the selections for the 
Salonian ‘Speciol. 148-144 Osue. Cait. par for the 13 holes his match| Southern All-Star team that Ford-Mercury 

THIRD ROW—Fred Acabashian, Al-|with Randolph lasted. |plays in the 15th annual North- HUD ra 


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: , 43.056 
rare ROW—Bob Sweikert. Indian- winner, He was Gene Eyler, South team: 
ght aR m Lynwood. Calif. john an Air Force lieutenant sta-| D NSE—Paul Buckmaster. lovola 5 00 us 
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‘home is in Olean, N. Y., turned 90's), 0"45,2"4,, 


silt Jones ‘4 Ma mnie back a Scot, A. C. Miller, 2 | 9p MIDFIELD —Res Beagle, | Navy: Jim | don’t bother to read our ad in the classified section 
kla . 
J2051)) Ed Elisian ““iiaes; and 1, in the morning, then'Bicnchard. Navy y Johnsen. 


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SIXTH BOW--Simmy Berwee. Indian- ert Thee pe Ee — 


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SEVENTH ROW immy Bryan. Phoe- 
. Aris, Dean ‘an Lines 5 ' FORT BE LV O I R—Fort Dick. ‘Garrett, Oclows ' 

ings, Cole, Denn Enein . | Belvoir defeated Fort Meade, | Houston, Texas 4 .00 4 .00 S$ .00 
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8-7, in a ladies team match The Minors 

5. yesterday. Mrs. June Rogers pasteae teacus ia 
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EIGHTH ROoOW—Gene Hartley. Indian had low net for Ft. Belvoir . 5 N Williamsport Vm mm ee ee ee ee ee oe ae oe oe oe ee ae we = eae 


* r: meh eee nnd, Coltt.| with a 108—27—76. Mrs. B. L. |Aventews’ 16°. maces 
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asa | 7 cepe | MOTOROLAS 


$3.00 | innusm | $QQ95 
up Installation up 


Some New—Some Rebuilt : 


sate Beam * fe won the low putts prize with Havana 6 mi Mam 
y, Pa. Bardahi Special. “Tit. 610. 28. | entrea ocheste . 
Retier, West Pain| vee agPACHTIC COAST LEAGUE TONIGHT (Memorial Day) 
er catit., Greeaman-| _ NORBECK—Mrs. Bernard }eiitng's’ San Francisco ) 
Jim ey se Friedman won low net yes- | SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Featuring 
tha ninehole event Mrs. Ted: {meme a “Ntomiie §| THE $10,000 TRIPLE CROWN FFA PACE 


ROW — Johnny Tolan the nine-hole event, Mrs. Ted 
ise Special. Cohen and Mrs. Edward w gentencrsre ° FOR ONE MILE 


.h :; ; | 
Wi Special, 139.093, Duke| Goldberg tied with 38s. Quantics 7 ort Lee Oe PaO Nee at ADIOS HARRY 1:55 
a ALTERNATE —Eadie Sachs, Indianap- : = | aaah for 11/16 miles in the “The Nashua of 


is, Ray Brady Special, 137.373. 
$10,000 Henry Vole Pace Harness Racing” 


Old Dominion Holds | i. e ile eal: ~TFAvtest Harness Horse of 
cing against his arch-rivals 


Drag Racing Today | PHILIP SCOTT 1:59 2/5 HILLSOTA 1:59 
MANASSAS, Va. May 29. ® We | HUNDRED PROOF 1:59 1/5 
mers Mary- 
Many eweocpees, from Bers : WILMINGTON’S STAR 1:58 1/5 B’HAVEN 1:58 3/5 


ginia are expected to he on | . Will They Shatter Hi-Lo’s Porbes State Record of 2:00 for The Mile? 


hand fot the drag racing pro- a. = 
oe nere Wednesday. Nae =~, ROSECROFT RACEWAY 
Nearly 150 automobile and Bea A ccereiine ' ENT- 4° S ale 7 Castel at Once ML Md 


motorcycle entries will line up y : : eas 
v8 competition over the fifth-/ A see and drive or: POST TIME 8:15 DAILY DOUBLE 8:05 
je — , big 


e asphalt strip. 


—— 


SEAT COVERS £95 IramES—rincstont No Dose Prot. 


2 doors & 4 doors Wy YP ; Pay 50c weekly. 


th N HERSON’S 


AUTO & APPLIANCES 
PHONE DE. 2-4700 
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’ 
‘, 


Racing Selections at Pimlico Track 


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ce fat a y of Knock 
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Chevation if 


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THE WASHINGTON POST 
and TIMES HERALD 
W ednesday, May 30, 1956 
eeenr2 IR 


AP Race 


Selections 


A. FP. AT DELAWARE 
l—f)betaecle, Becky's Shirt, 
Noble 
AS. 
Prandial, York Us 
Stace. 
nes Leve, Three Cubs. Our Em- 
m 
6—War Tune. Scotemans Bond. Reval 
ode Tiger. Thinking Cap Little 
e 
&—Notforfree. Tony's John. Apex. 


A. PF. AT BELMONT 
1—Mr. Redbird. Beleami. High Rebel. 
1—HELTOP. Paris Rabbis. Hoplite 
oe assy. Ambe ive As 
a Collier, Another "Pose. Gean- 


i——Teken Tune. Pucker Us. Tweetsie. 
§&—CGeneral Riley. Devtich Duke. Mas- 


i Action. Jee Jones 
Edger J]. M.. Broewe 


At Indianapolis 


Autos and People 


With Walter Haight 


INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., May 20—The name of this game is 
automobile, but I was taken for a ride today—on foot. My 
boss, knowing I needed help here, hooked me up with one of 
the official bigshots—Tom Frost, a likeable and healthy fellow 
from -Warrenton, Va., who is anything but a Virginia Creeper. 

On the hottest day I've encountered this year, he almost 
walked my fat legs off. But to him I owe the acquaintance of 
a gentleman I have often praised and to me he couldn't have 
been more welcome had a saint come marching in. 

He is Ray Harroun, the first man to win the Memorial Day | 
Classic. That was in 1911, when he drove his Marmon at the 
74 mph rate, which is enough to set him apart from other 
men. 

But wait until you get a 
load of what Harroun really 
did. He, my friends, was the 
first driver ever to use a rear- 
view mirror. I'll pause while 
you digest that one, face the 
west and bow. Think of all 
those frustrated cops. Ain't 


¢ 


Graeme Marans 
hatzilie 
Sele 


oy: 5 > 
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evation 
Bise opr 
Just Pair 


ing PO®mp 
ad Pat 


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fide dig? 
gorare Marsha 
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ur President 
FERED dn 


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pst, ina Party 
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evation 


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acd Pat 
Kine Pomo 


(Coprright. Triangle Publications. tne.) 
AT PIMLICO 
25. 
: ated 3 Boake in 
%, Hurricane Lady 9%. 
weet Ansel 14, Dicker 12. Bran- 
Gige . 
Ae rhich Gold 14, Fasion Bom I!. 
(am farshal- ~At-Arme 13. Herele Sone 
| 32 
| Ste CHOIR %6, Chevation 14. 


oye Ss Pat 25. Resebereuch 7. Jest | 
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lot 

val Somall, 
Vi Doll 
urricane Lady 


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STAN SAg 
oats ae arty 
Meharaiah 
Fine Choir 
Cheva‘tion 
Roastoroush 
ad Pat 

Kint Pomo 


Paddock Picks ’Em at Pimlico 


ACE—Purse. 8°800: 
aif ferienes (7) 


00k | 
(Martin) 
mn? 


Fier tn Lady 


Bar aga 
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bee a Bull 
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aster 
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Kine Pomp 


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scsiumete 
Ace Bhow 
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Sta 
Easter 
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evation 
Bad" Ps Pome 


Pair 


Double 
Seon, War 
Sal's Boots. 
AT GARDEN STATE ™~ | Tem. 
1—Gelden Pear 12. Broek Prince 7. 

| Salior's aetere 5. 
oo 


~~ 
‘den 


22. Call of Mine 8. Gol-' 
te a yormeuts 


16. Light Step »%. 
Piles Fours 

Pr wt Waraine Bell 17. Diitmmy it. 
ib—Dead Sore 17. Land OO Liberty 4&4, 

8 h — 7. 
. 1% Grae Phantom Ii, 

Rich ~y Rare 8 5 
wigs geet Lark 18 Derk Charser 16, 


Lyek 
"Taiz «CLEMENTINE 35. 
Seven Chances 


Bubble 
¢ AT BELMONT 
16. BRelsami 15. Flint 


ie Rebe! 
14. Heltew 14. Bonne 


23|N vive | oi 


Spar- Just 


DELAWARE PARK ENTRIES 


FIRST RACE—Gix furlongs purse 
bi 4-year-olds and up: Claimin 


orse and wor 
4 able De “tBoulmetis) 


Santee, Mathias 
Win in Track 
QUANTICO, Va., May 28 


Quanticos Wes Santee and 
Camp Pendleton’s Bob Ma- 


' 
ne 


Mary's 


3-year-eolds: elsiming: five 

Like this one 
fast: ready now 
Won last easily 


POST TIME—2 P. M. vousTs | 


| Papst RAC i—Perse, 82500. S-vear-elds: claiming: ofa fer- 
ones (tt) 


Nashua. Jet 
onnie’s Pal, 


Very 
i 


he something. 

Although the present day 
race cars are not equipped 
with those fine-savers, the 75- 
yearold sportsman said, “If I 
couldn't see behind me that 
day, I wouldn't have won.” 

ENROUTE 
dered what 


HERE, I won- 
a driver thinks 
about during one of these 
550s. In reply to the ques- 
tion, Jimmie Parsons said, “! 
keep my mind on the race 
and try to make every move 
count. Sorry, but I never 
think of the money or of the 
$150 a lap for leading. It's 
all car and speed with me.’ 

I was a bit disappointed, 
because I thought perhaps 
he'd say some book he was 
reading or perhaps a vaca- 
tion or something 

Later I encountered his 
lovely. blonde wife. Lila. She 
said. “I become nervous. 
You'd think I'd get used to 
Jimmie driving, but I don't. 


thias each won races today as 
host Quantico dominated the 
first day of the All-Marine 
track and field championships. 

Santee won the 800-meter 
run in 1:49.% Mathias captured 
the shot-put with a heave of 49 
feet 5/8 inches. Santee, barred 
by the Amateur 
runs in the 1500 meters tomor- 
row. Mathias, twjce Olympic 
decathion champion and now 
a professional, competes in 
three events tomorrow. 


Rocca Wrestles 
Von Hess Thursday 


The Capitol Arena ticket of.- 
fice will remain open all day 


‘today to handle the advance 


‘one-fall, 


Thursday night's 
match between An- 
Von 


sale for 
wrestling 
tonino Rocca and Karl 
Hess 

Rocca and Hess meet 
60-minute time 
bout. In other bouts. Hombre 


Athletic Union,) 


Bela 


é‘ Re« 
in a 
limit, 


o Gientie Knock 
s* Wel 


7A 
Badee 7 
i—Dancine Fool t2. Another Pace 4. 


19. Fiving 


Harmenitzine 


, Trapere 14. 
Sn Devilish Duke 71. Maesal it, Bessy | 


Mary 
1. Find Jee Jones 4 


NS ASHUA 7. 
&—Proswe tf! 5. Edgar J. M. &. Mark's 


Pussle 7 


AT DELAWARE 
1s. Dewele Dealer 15. 


Th Pass Ben 5. Sing- 


As 14. Yousuf it. Mi Fi 7 
rendial is. Us Stage 16. 


T 5. 
ctles Sound 15. Anns Leve il, 
: Bend 4. War Tune 9%. 
— ubahdar 19. Mis Clementine tt. 


Thjnd, ne Can 
ony's Sehe 16. Lenecaster Rese 5. 
lever 5 


SUFFOLK ROWNS RESULTS 
: 1% 


1 


nes 
pod 
Revocation oe | 
DeLese Wine 
Pegmurt 
Southern 
ne ¥. Pepper 


furiones 


(Landers- 
Podunk Oeas 
Oo. G. Whiskers 
Warm Night 
1:13 
10.20 


5 
‘ 
9.00° 
yor | 
In- 

Back 
$2600; 


4/5 a 
4.48 3.270 

4.7 it.00 
(Cer) 4 80 
Rendit 


Cindyam 
Lady Thermostat, Shacreen./ 


Tax Out. Joan T. Go Bast. 


Side Slip ‘Grimm) 


‘No Bor) 


Butterbur Boy) 
mek bene Bud (SaeLings) 
eC (Shaw 


Mar! 
Cc 


‘Russ 
rewsville ‘Bush? 
7 
7 


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Hardly 
May need 


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4 
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allen Anteil ‘Pord) 
| SECOND nAC E—Purse. 82500; 


~ 


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Lisami; 
Special 
i2 Ralutien 


Duty ‘ 
‘No Boy) 


Needs only repeat 
Geo wel 


Chance in here 

form now 

Clese up last time 
Bett 


, | ‘Pord: ‘May reed racine 


3-vear-olds: claiming. 


Should handle these 
N-eded 


. Never close 


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here 


s Bo 
fied Hoch 
‘TFTH RACE—Poaree 


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PDP Pi ree, ap 


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7B 


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OF te eet OP ee or eet bet gee ee 
~_— Je 

J PII OD eo ee 
SCOSSVUROP Ra 


the one 
this one 


six 
1 War Pinish 
ma RACE—Purse 


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Show 
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PIRI bd wee 


SEVENTH 


Longshot Daily Double 


MARLENE C. 


and ARCHIE’S MISS 


THIRD RAC 7 ee $3000; t-year-old 
furiengs ‘ 


Best 


+'Gonzelet) 

all (Mitchell) 
Song $~ p04. in 
ile «At ~-\ 


Biue Tigress : 
ry Marba (Coon! 


NDT Pew OWwN--@s 


Last 


~~ 


maiden fillies: five 


with these 


ere 


2 pe ot OP ny 
P-— DD — MAPA geHAe 
hed 


YOooO’For Favns 


PO ee eet OO OO ae ng tt le oe 
~~ ote 
2 “gneve 


(=) 


~~ 


was dad 


‘Ru 
6 Marehal at arms 


‘Clark? 


a son) 
oarding Party (Cees) Work's f: 
oute suits 


‘(No Boy) 


Right 


yO k 
‘Consales 
"hp ' 


Due for 


s300060 - 
ve a, - ene- -balf “bartenes 


No Boy? 


ACE—Ferse, 275.000 add 
“Eoee 


bths miles 
} 


AA 
Based Cottaee 1Clark ; 


CE—Purs 
three sinternths 


Has class 
™Goin 
Recent winner 
Always fine there 


Could 


Rest effort needed 
Figures very close 
"Throw, out 


‘-vear-olds and up; 


Won two here 


there last time 
ance with these 
air race Jersey 


one and ene- “ats teen th miles “=: ons emt 
(Gonzales) 


<7) 


This route suits 
i4-year-olds and ep: 


spring surprise 
iks 


claimi 


last race 
form now 
improvement 


te ne et he ee ee 

ee ed ee 

VaBUvoawaw 
-- 

Prmo ee arn 


ta 


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ow more 


ed: 3-year-olds and 
Sree Dixte =pemnen 
at weights 
contender 
© good now 
N.Y 


tsider 


ee 
uh hee ed on 


turf course 


~~. 
OOWO~YDR-IMO 
> = &@ eo 


miles At J, 


Winner in here 


Rasa 


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PDP HASH 


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Stops badis 


claiming: 


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tang $2500;. 4- 
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Pi 


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et ee et oe et 4 
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840 


Dieddorine 
Yock Tom 
FIFTH RA 

lies: puree. $3 


3 
1 
‘ 
‘ 
3 


= | 


Bparkie Rock. 
SECOND RACE 


(Cutehaw) 
no ’ 


roblem Pomp 


IAD RACI 
maiden 


‘Boulmetis) 
boy: 


aBohemia Btabd 
at a . 


‘no il 
- oo and one<-si 


VoOwow Oe = 


" Migiey) 


‘Sup’—Six fu 
year-olds and up: 


A. F. AT aUPPrOLK 
1—Feria. tame Heart. Derager 
t—Saery, Ske Jeep. Informer 
ae Charse, Mi T. Miche 


Tee News. Four 
Chief Cop Winder. 


Chal- 

cr ist 
—F ssavis Ge 

d—F leet ” miack 

Mareny. Stepstene 
Pipe of Peace 


Double Rid. F 
Upen ahd Shut 


+—S LIM. . 
j~—Wise Margin 
Thevucht 
iR—« lamer 
—Pui Out, 


lan 
Streak Xelspe 


Seed eae 


— De AI Pg @_7Row on 


A. FP. AT GARDEN STATE 
'—Brook Prince, Bilexi. Gelden Pear. 
l—Juniper Gay or , ook 
—FPLisS POURS 
Gettapascem 

—LLinda's Dream 

cree St : 
a. ride 

-—s eourwheeldrive 
ct 


tJ) ~—-t20) 


~es Sweet \ ermeuth, 


Her Here. Diieom 
Neble Birth. Little 
Fabri- 


Helle Pes 
Plunger. Pre 
Bubbdie. 


‘Pasemore ) 
‘Panne.!) 
furlongs; 
~year-olds 


tloepe 


purse 
special 


i—Dark Charger 
Rone 
8— “Tig 
Our Geb 


(Boulmetis) Prett, 


~-o°o 


Clementine, Marr's 


Sow 


AT RALMORAT 
Supreme 


Cleudys Day 


o—Martial. Alen a. 
4—Feida. Dru Me 
5—Riwe Flame Outticldes 
*—GUARD RAIL. Warbler 


Jones 


Masia 
Star. 


ys 


> 
COV @ Pewwrw 


a en) 


°. wey } . Fre, 
entry 
alas 


furl ongs purse. | 
al 


eo et oO ee es ee 


Ren 


Nirge! Lad 
Impasse, 


(Valens a) Styvrenner., 


Ge acky 
War 


See 


Stim, Get fer 


tee 


500; 3-year-olds and 


uv 


bSpin ‘Nelson! 
it ‘(ne bor) 
‘no boy) 


Belle. Biune. Coral Queen 
DAILY DOUBLE FAM 
furlong: 


OO 


| 


=? > 


If anything, I believe I'm get- 
ting worse.” 

Another driver's spouse 
heard the conversation, so ! 
put the racing-time query to 
her and she replied, “Who, 
me? 1 pray.Won't you?” 


Montana opposes Red Lyons. 
Dick Steinborn meets Bob De. 
marci, Harry Lewis battles An- : 
gelo Martinelli and Jack Lask- 
in opposes Johnny Heidman, 


HE 


» 
“ty 


G ARDEN STATE vices 
$3500 


A 


° 4-year-olds up 
104 Sheriff 
} Sail 


BELMONT ENTRIES 


oo 708: p-year-olde claiming 
Pil Rose 


~ 
Taree gw 


, 
Sie ed 


a BALMORAL ENTRIES BELMONT RESULTS 
(Madden) : i %, claiming — furlongs $7700 oH 

: t P of nee r (Combest) : 
pected Mad trash” Dheken na — n Eternal Flame (Nichols) 
Diva 


TT) 
o- 


Booteve 3-yesr-ol lds 
| Bo 


Ose Si 


~ 


very Le d 

arenes Music 
onjeep 
*Endicate 


~ 


Btecimaster (Guerin) 

Pont Roval aSoldat a@trong Poin( 
Dave Jonnston and Blue Storm 
aGvodirey entry 


l% miles 83500; 1 


- 
is 


A Ste Sede ww SF wwe uve 


9 tien w Pert 


Sakes 
Belzam| 


~~ et et ee ee 

wtor-O 

—— 
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CO wer 
AP Hew 


4 furlongs 
eC ock- 


Stene Saucer 


OY werwue 


$2000 1:12 3/5 
Sand’n) S8.80 17.00 
eres Mermaid _(kanders! 300 
Seckinsin (Vinse 
Band 
} : 


Sports on Radio, TV 
| TELEVISION 
BASEBALL — Wachincton Palatine 
at New York, WTTG (Chan- 
mel 5), 1:30 p. m. 
{ye Spieser : 
vs. W Pastrano, WMAL.- | ,,\/8°%., Ui. Brother. Power Plant 
TV (Channel 7), 10 >. m. , a taeet 1. Sir Sidney. Wire Works. Keep- 


RADIO 

BASEBALL — Washington 
at New York, two games, 
WWDC (1260), 1:30 p. m. 
Brooklyn at Philadeiphia, 
WINX (1600) - WFAN-FM 
(100.3, 1:30 p. 

AUTO RACING — indian- 
apolis 500-mile race, WOL | 12he 
(1450 ke. and 98.7 me.), 11:45 ”" ib, Goat's Bel. Glimmersia 
a. m. to finish. Mi ile Sweet Bos. South Sun ene) 
_ BOXING — Chuck Speiser 
vs. Willie Pastrano, WMAL 
(630), 10 p. m. 


cl 


3 


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“s 


-olds 
bette 


- 


5 


3" 


Among others, I met “Can- 
"non Ball” Baker. whom I'm 
told has driven in transcon- 
tinental races 144 times. “See 
that lim pointed out friend 
Frost. te was fooling with 
a car last year and it rolled 
into him and broke his leg.” 


INFORMED THAT I was 
going to Indianapolis for the 
stewardess Pat (Amer- 
Airlines) Blake asked, 

you drive?” I replied, 

. yes. I drive a 1949 Cad- 
used and abused 


2 
w 


“. 


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Ce 
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Lowise M 
riongs 2700; | 

Command Me Landers) 5 
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tes ee 
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~~ wtom 


40 

Lea 
Tur-Tell Market 

Dandy Dan and Chips Fiopry 


DAILY DOUBLE PAID 620.10 


3—About 13 . yattes: $4000: 3.13 
' peaoee (Mer 15.406 7.40 
Breakers Ahead (Mate her) ano 
Colerade Prince ge 
vian. Fivinge Fur wmcstake. 

Altus. Carocciolo = A ond 

rrionegs 

aSeupernateral (Atkinsen) 
Pertshire (MeCreary) 
aRetreat (Arcare) 
| Cry Havor. Sam Cee 
Papa Will Pisay 
aWheatiey-Phipos entry 
$—7 

Be 


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BON OF Dw 


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Hop! ite 


3—5,: 837 
H Grame 
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no boy) 
‘Batcheller) 
egaibuto 
_ aCedar Parm entry 
~ SEV ENTH RAC ne and 
} j $20,000 


$ 


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ORD etic. 
onecen 


meeere 


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one-six- 
added; 


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$2800 


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@o»wvnrnrnvwow 


furlongs 
et ‘La 


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Gina's 


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Switch Around aJayron 
' $2800 : 
Fresh’ ool Palr F banks) va 7.80 1.00 | Felde 
Sershine Swiv (Bibb 1.40 2.20\ wr President 
Odd Trick (Gress) ye Mite Baron 
Jiver. Acarose Hancocx. | 
Giri and Little 
riongs: #2500 
r (Rehenke) 
) 


-ol ids up: opt 290 
Tr Taik alwe 
Ty ~ & 


*y ehicie 


$3000 
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.;"s 

ar-oilds 3-year-olds 

. nw 1O7 Thtiems 


® 
aay and Leo 
rio! 0s 


up moans 
Pr 
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Bell 
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112? Spart 
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Bee. Osceola, 


90 400 9% 42a2u 


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303 eeo+no 


Pit - 
body ‘(Stevenson ’ 


+ ie RACE—On 
miles; purse, 


* Osne : 
| PWO~100 Oe mn 
4m \ 
—- 20-- 


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Circle's Scory 
Coriongs v1 As } x. 
7.46 vonbas ‘ds 
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3.10 
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(Bright Memory. Respep Revis 
De Shame. Cha y. Tinker Yor. Bue 
Relic anc Socko “t Field 
ear-ol ds- 


urlongs . * : Cc ven Le 110% 


1} Devilish Duke 
ho Bridce 


8 tBossy Mary 
uD 


_ 


25%, 
111% ” F968 a.10 
10.70 400 


-wwows <xou iOonwvw 


model.” 
Rapid ‘Count 


a. lowanc 


SSTICHP » 4x 


I'm finding 
from horses to horsepower 
complicated. In briefing me 
on how to cover the race a 
regular here suggested 
make 200 blocs for the laps 
and fill the leaders. Sorry 
but I'm an old dog who won't 
be taught new tricks—imazg- 
ine trying to make Haight a 
lap-by-lap dog 


Guarda Ra 
Kine O Swords 


” 


lowances | Boulmetis) 
~ sep & re) Mis no hoy’ 
5 Lancaster bese (Lester) 


this switch Stratonau'! 


@e- ow” 
- 


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...Wiee President and Advertising Director 
Vice President and Counsef 

Circulation ‘Dtrector 

.. Production Manager 

Comptroller 


AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER 


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WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1956 PAGE 24 


The China Trade 


The United States is in an almost impossible 
position with its allies over the China trade dispute, 
and the problem probably will get worse in this 
election year before it gets better. The Administra- 
tion is in the middle, trying to hold its present 
ground against congressional pressures to take a 
tougher line and allied pressures to relax controls. 
This country itself bars all trade with Red China, 
but that is not the issue. The issue involves the 
trade of our allies with China. Virtually all the 
other countries want to increase East-West trade, 
including that with China. 

When Sir Anthony Eden visited President Eisen- 
hower early this year he pleaded for a relaxation 
of controls on trade with China. But all he exacted 
was a promise that the Administration would study 
the list of prohibited items. The international list 
of prohibited items is much longer with respect to 
China than it is with respect to Russia and Eastern 
Europe. Most of the allied countries would be 
reasonably well content if the Russian list could be 
used with respect to China. But the Administration 
has done nothing to modify the list since Sir 
Anthony's visit, and it is unlikely to do anything 
before November. 

As a result, the British have quietly announced 
that they would take steps on their own to relax 
the restrictions. The government said that “more 
use will be made with the exceptions procedure to 
permit reasonable exports in appropriate cases of 
goods which are not on the Soviet list.” The agree- 
ment between the United States and 14 allied coun- 
tries to control East-West trade in strategic goods 
provides that exceptions may be made under certain 
circumstances. Britain recently made an exception 
on its own authority and sent a shipment of tracters 
to China although tractors are on the prohibited 
list. Now it is clear that Britain, hard pressed for 
foreign trade, will expand its China trade even at 
the risk of trouble with Washington. 

Some students of East-West trade argue that 
trade controls have hurt United States relations 
with its allies more than they have hurt the Com- 
munist countries. Some non-Communist countries 
—Ceylon, for example—have defied the United 
States and shipped strategic goods to China or 
Russia even though the defiance meant an end to 
American aid at the time. However, the campaign 
which Moscow and Peiping have waged against the 
contrals indicates that they -have had their effect. 
Russia has hinted that its plans to increase its pur- 
chase of goods in Britain are contingent upon 
Britain’s scrapping of the control machinery. The 
British are not yet*prepared to go so far. 

In fact, there is wide belief in Britain as in most 
other countries that the total volume of East-West 
trade probably would not be substantially increased 
even if all curbs were abandoned. A United Nations 
study, The Quest for Freer Trade, concluded that 
even if the strategic controls were completely lifted, 
the expansion of trade that might take place would 
not be of great significance. But a lifting of all 
controls would make it easier for the Communist 
countries to purchase strategic goods, and that is 
their primary concern. They are conducting vir- 
tually all the nonstrategic trade with the free world 
they are capable of conducting. This trade is 
increasii® steadily but not on a very large scale. 
It is being used selectively to win friends in the 
neutral countries and to make political capital in 
countries that suffer because of European or Amer- 
ican trade barriers. 

Prime Minister Eden believes that East- West 
trade is important “not only for itself, but because 
a freer flow of trade can help to better understand- 
ing between countries.” This is an argument which 
Congress is not yet prepared to accept. The ques- 
tion is open to debate, particularly as the Commu- 
nist countries are using trade for obvious political 
ends. But since allied trade controls must be on a 
selective basis, and since consent is the only effec- 
tive tool among allies, the Administration's hands 
ought not to be tied as tightly as in the past. 

Most of our allies trade with China, and they will 
continue to do so whatever Congress thinks. The 
United States ought to use its influence to keep 
the embargo on the shipment of strategic goods 
pending a larger general settlement with the Com- 
munist countries, but we should not be so rigid 
or dogmatic in our attitude that we force a weaken- 
ing of the control system or defection of our allies. 


Test for Mr. Wolfson 


We join with Senate and House conferees in 
hoping that the plan of Daniel W. Bell to’ buy out 
the Capital Transit Co. will succeed. But the 
success of this plan ought not to be purchased at 
the price of leaving Washington in the lurch. If 
it is necessary to restore the Capital Transit fran- 
chise before Mr. Wolfson will name what he con- 
siders a fair price for his interest, then the bargain 
is a bad one. 

Mr. Wolfson reportedly does not wish to set a 
price without restoration of the franchise for fear 
that this price would be used against him in a 
condemnation suit if the purchase should fall 
through. But why the reluctance? Would Mr. 
Wolfson expect fairly to get more from the city 
for a defunct company than from Mr. Bell and his 
associates for a going concern? Here is a real test 
of Mr. Wolfson’s good faith toward the community 
-—and toward his supporters in the transit contro- 
versy. We trust that the meaning will not be lost 
on members of Congress. 

A conditional restoration of the franchise, con- 
tingent upon Mr. Bell's ability to arrange financing 
and obtain a commitment from Mr. Wolfson to sell 
at a reasonable price, would be in the city’s interest 
provided that the obligations of a reorganized 
transit company were carefully spelled out. Con- 
gress properly ought to relieve any new private 
operator from the gross earnings tax, and perhaps 
some means could be devised to speed up rate 
proceedings. But.the indefensible provisions of 
the House bill to gut the functions of the Public 
Utilities Commission ought to be discarded. The 
public interest demands that the PUC retain author- 


ity to fix the rate base, pass on fare adjustments 
and determine the rate of return. Moreover, the 


ebligation of the company to remove streetcar , for which Stalin has been denigrated still remain. | 


the province of the history books. 


tracks and repave the streets when an all-bus system 
is established ought to be explicitly reiterated. 

If a satisfactory arrangement can be worked out 
with Mr. Bell and Mr. Wolfson along such lines, 
we are sure that in the present predicament most 
citizens will prefer it. But the August 15 deadline 
is fast approaching, and any plan to purchase the 
Capital Transit Co. will require a month or more 
to consummate. If the plan should then miscarry, 
Washington would indeed be caught short. For this 
reason we hope that the conferees will proceed 
now to set up a standby public authority (such as 
provided in the Senate bill) which could have plans 
ready to continue transit operation if the Bell pro- 
posal should fail. This would be a cheap and pru- 
dent kind of insurance that Washingtonians would 
not have to walk to work in August; and if there 
should be no need to make use of it everyone would 
be happy. 


The 88th Memorial Day 


Several generations of Americans have grown 
up since Grandfather used to take the youngsters 
on his knee and tell them of the battles of Chicka- 
mauga or Antietam. It is remarkable indeed that 
four veterans of that Civil War which ended 91 
years ago—one from the Union Army and three 
from the Army of the Confederacy—are on hand 
today to mark the 88th observance of Memorial 
Day. These men are living links with a division 
that long since has healed in all but the most 
frenetic minds and with a past that has become 
There is no 
danger that it will be forgotten. Interest in the War 
Between the States, thanks to the proliferation of 
incisive new studies, probably is more widespread 
today than 50 years ago. 

These four -surviving veterans also are a re- 
minder of the problem the Nation faces in 
establishing sane policies for veterans’ pensions. 
Memorial Day has become a day to pay homage 
to the dead in all wars. These honored dead 
number nearly a million. Yet there are some 
22 million living veterans of-military service, and 
they together with dependents and survivors make 
up virtually half the population. This is a graphic 
index to the demands of national defense and to 
the need for a philosophy respecting national obli- 
gations that will be fair to the country as well as 
to veterans themselves. 

It is a significant commentary that although the 
lethal quality of weapons has gone up in almost 
geometric ratio since the Civil War, the percentage 
of American deaths has not, thanks in part to 
greatly improved medical care. The Civil War re- 
mains the most ferocious of all conflicts in which 
Americans have been engaged. Some 110,000 Union 
and 103,000 Confederate soldiers died in battle or 
succumbed to wounds, and disease claimed many 
thousands more. This was a considerably higher 
proportion of the number of men under arms than 
the 407,000 deaths in World War II. 

Yet there also is a sobering reflection in the 
fact that these were military casualties alone. The 
United States has never suffered any real ihjury 
to its civilian population, but it can never again 
be confident that war will not touch its shores or 
that civilians will be spared. Missiles and nuclear 
weapons make it virtually certain that in any major 
conflict in the future the initial casualties would be 
civilian—and in the millions. That is the more 
reason as we pause on this Memorial Day for. addi- 
tional resolve not to become defeatist in the search 
for a workable disarmament system and the political 
agreement to make it possible. 


The Italian Elections 


The import of the municipal elections in Italy is 
not yet entirely clear, but the returns so far indicate 
a general and impressive gain of strength for the 
center parties against both the extreme Left and 
extreme Right. At any rate, the aggregate vote 
for these parties seems to have given them a clear 
majority of popular strength. The returns thus 
far suggest a trend to the moderate left within 
the center coalition, with the Social Democrats in 
a stronger position. 

The Christian Democrats—still the. strongest 
single party——-may have lost a bit of ground, 
but this has been more than compensated by the 
gains of their Social Democratic allies. Similarly, 
the somewhat unexpected and—from the Western 
point of view highly encouraging—loss of Com- 
munist strength, especially in some of the northern 
industrial centers, has been offset by the remark- 
able gains of the Nenni (Left) Socialists who have 
cooperated closely with the Communists. The Right- 
ist parties, such as the Neo-Fascists and the Popular 
Monarchists, have lost strength everywhere; but 
ironically have improved their political position 
in several large cities, including Rome, Florence 
and Venice, where the failure of either Center or 
Left coalition to obtain a majority has given the 
Rightists the balance of power. 

These elections, of course, do not directly affect 
the organization of the national government. There 
is no mistaking the fact, however, that Signor 
Nenni's power in Italian politics is now stronger than 
ever. He is, if he chooses, in a position either to 
break with the Communists, who have been obvi- 
ously weakened by internecine tensions resulting 
from the repudiation of Stalinism, or to demand a 
greater voice in determining the general policies 
of the Italian Left. 


New Leopard, Old Spots 


The long night of terror, made horrible by the 
exercise of arbitrary power and violence, is not yet 
over in Soviet Russia. The execution for “treason 
and counterrevolutionary activities” of four top 
officials of the Azerbaijan republic demonstrated 
that whatever else has changed, the life and liberty 
of the individual remains precarious. Accused citi- 
zens enjoy none of the rights that have been 
associated with free government throughout modern 
times. Civilized states do not proceed against 
political dissidents by secret arrest, secret trial and 
capital punishment. The events in Azerbaijan are 
a sad reminder that despite superficial evidences 
of amiability and reform, the violence and tyranny 


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Letters to the Editor 


Quoth Aristophanes 


As anttold Harvard man, I 
was amazed by the “Hungari- 
an” frog story on the front. page 
of your May 28 issue. This 
Chicago Tribune Press Service 
dispatch from Appledore, Eng- 
land, recounted the woes of the 
inhabitants of this hamlet oc- 
casioned by the loud laughter 
of “Hungarian” frogs which 
had been imported to eat mos- 
quitoes. 

What amazed me was not the 
fact, as recounted in the story, 
that the frogs eat mosquitoes 
or that the imported frogs have 
eaten up the native frogs. The 
really amazing feature of this 
story is scientist H. W. Parker's 
report on the sound made by 
the frogs. He reports that their 
laughter resembles “Brecki-ki- 
kex-co-ax-co-ax.” The combina- 
tion of this cry of the frog 
and the fact that the story is 
transmitted by the Chicago 
Tribune Press Service has en- 
abled me to solve the problem 
of the sleepless natives at once. 

Chicago, of course, was the 
home of that famous American, 
Col. Robert McCormick, whose 
feelings for the British can be 
best summed up by quoting the 
remark of a former mayor of 
Chicago who stated that he 
would punch King George in 
the snoot. Col. McCormick, of 


. course, owned the Chicago Trib- 


une and in addition to this he 
attended a well-known institu- 
tion of learning in New Haven 
known as Yale. 

It is quite obvious that the 
laughing frog is not a “Hun- 
garian” import at all but comes 
from the Connecticut country- 
side where it can be found dur- 
ing the autumn season sitting 
on the Yale cheering section 
urging on the Big Blue team. 
What has happened, of course, 
is that the Chicago Tribune, 
in an effort to outdo the for- 
mer mayor's threat to the Brit- 
ish, substituted Yale frogs for 
“Hungarian” frogs thus wreak- 
ing vengeance on the inhabi- 
tants of Appledore. 

It is indubitably true that 
only the males laugh, but I 
think it is poetic license to 
imply that they are laughing 
at love. Love is a very serious 
matter, particularly to a Yale 
frog. 

There is just one other point 
in the story which opens up 
interesting possibilities and 
that is the fact that the frogs’ 
laughter can be increased by 
catching one and stroking its 
head gently. This is an experi- 
ment which I must try out the 
next time I run into my good 
friends, Mr. Charles P. Taft 
and Mr. Dean Acheson, two of 
the most outstanding members 
of the Yale fraternity. 

Speaking of fraternities, if 
the inhabitants of Appledore 
wish to get rid of their frogs 
all they have to do is to go out 
into the marshes and yell 
“Wolf's Head,” “Skull and 
Bones,” “Scroll and Keys.” I 
guarantee that every Yale frog 
will leave the marsh. 

THOMAS D. 

(ARISTOPHANES) BLAKE. 

Washington. 


Rakosi’s Record 

Leningrad radio announces 
suspension of history exams, 
and Matyas Rakosi, Hungarian 
Communist. Party chief, beat- 
ing his breast, says: “By year's 
end all our history books must 
be revised . .. with all the 
falsehoods erased. * 

Rakosi can release all the 
jailed Social Democrats in one 
shot, but can he let the whole 
truth out so easily? Can he 
undo all his work in one 
stroke? 

He once explained how he 
worked what he called the 
“salami technique” in an article 
in the Cominform Journal. You 
get the political yo yer 
furthest on the right first, pre- 
tending all the others are safe, 
and gradually work your way 
haha etting them all in 
the end dis of the 
victim 


salami 
be held in place whi the 


mediate victims go under the 
knife. 

Rakosi was a master of this 
technique; 
to reverse the process in which 
the truth will burst forth, like 
Athene from the brain of Zeus, 
fully clad and armed? 

Against those who call for 
his removal, he whines that the 
unity of the party must not 
be destroyed. I await the re- 
tort that it is time to slice away 
some boloney. 

SIDNEY KORETZ. 

Washington. 


Trials of Character 


I am not a politician—just an- 
other voter—but I strongly be- 
lieve in the Bible and what it 
offers us in the way of life and 
its betterment. Much is being 
made of Mr. Pyle’s so-called 
“unwitting” remark about the 
“right to suffer.” Come, let us 
stop for a few brief moments 
and think about something 
worthwhile. “Whom the Lord 
loveth he chasteneth.” Trials 
show God's care and we should 
consider them as real opportu- 
nities for developing character, 
opportunities for us to take in- 
ventory of the goods we have 
stored away on the shelves of 
our consciousness and whether 
they have real sale value with 
our brother man. 

The right to suffer is a privi- 
lege, and when some critical 
thought calls it an unfortunate 
error, doesn’t it place the 
thinker of it in a very narrow 
and limited groove not only in 
politics but also in our soeial, 
civil and religious life? Wake 
up to the supreme privilege of 
the right to suffer and be strong 
—working or out of work— 
drawing a full salary or only 
70 percent of it. I, for one, am 
sorry Mr. Pyle apologized. 

MRS. N. F. D. STODDARD. 

Washington. 


is he the man now . 


Mental Health Aid 


There has been one point on 
which all the letter-writers 
about the Prevatte case agree: 
let's do something to stop this 
sort of thing. Whether the 
writers blame parents, teach- 
ers, community, systems, or 
mores; whether they think 
such tragedies could have 
been prevented by counseling 
or beating, more understand- 
ing or more discipline, or both 
—in any case they're in favor 
of something being done. 

Mental *health societies at- 
tempt to educate the public in 
attitudes which build positive 
mental health, and prevent 
mental illness by recognition 
of and avoidance of causes of 
such iliness. In many cases 
they do more than this. In 
Montgomery County, for in- 
stance, the society sponsors.a 
clinic which always has more 
applications—referrals from 
sehools and physicians—than 
it can handle. 

Something is being done— 
something practical. Why not 
help to do more by supporting 
the mental health societies? 
MRS. TALBOT BIELEFELDT. 

Rockville, Md. 


Washington Water 


Your excellent transcription 
of Col. Ray Adams’ speech be- 
fore *the’ Interstate Commis- 
sion on the Potomac River 
Basin delivered at Martinsburg, 
W. Va., deserves great praise. 
I wonder if your readers know 
that they, too, can have the 
privilege of hearing Col. Adams 
speak on Thursday, May 31, 
at 8 p. m. in Room 108, Mc- 
Kinley Hall, American Uni- 
versity Campus at Ward Circle. 

I have heard no one better 
qualified to speak and more in- 
teresting to listen to on the 
subject of “The Future Water 
Supply of the Washington 
Metropolitan Area” than is Col. 
Adams. ARLINE D. HAYS. 


Execut ive Secreta cit sens’ Coun- 
for «a Clean * Potomsa 


Ww ashington. 


General Hospital Mess 


Recent newspaper reports 
concerning jhe D. C. General 
Hospital are disturbing and call 
for immediate correction of 
conditions there. It is ludicrous 
that a comparatively new, $6 
million, hospital whose visit- 
ing staff is limited to pro- 
fessors and instructors of the 
three local medical schools, and 
whose resident staff is com- 
posed of well-trained, proficient 
doctors and nurses, can be so 
mismaraged that such reports 
can be true. 

The resident staff has pub- 
li¢ized such statements as 
these: “Sick patients wait in 
the admission office for as long 
as eight hours before the doctor 
can find time to interview 
them. Death has occurred dur- 
ing this waiting period. The 
nurse load is so heavy that 
patients develop bed sores 
which greatly increase their 
stay in the hospital and that 
some patients are not nourished 
properly because it is physically 
impossible to feed them on ac- 
count of the nursing shortage. 
The X-ray department cannot 
be used at night because there 
is no one to man it at that time, 
The needed drugs are not suf- 
ficient for treatment and 
samples from drug firms have 
to be prescribed instead. Ap- 
paratus for physical care of the 
patients is absent and must be 
manufactured from coat hang- 
ers and junk.” 

Why must it be necessary that 
the resident staff complain pub- 
licly about these deficiencies? 
Where is the hospital superin- 
tendent, the Director of Health 
under whose direction the hos- 
pital functions, the visiting 
staff and the Commissioners in 
charge of the -city hospitals? 
They should know that these 


* conditions exist—most of all the 


visiting staff. Why do they al- 
low these conditions to exist? 
The situation calls for the 
immediate appointment of an 
unbiased committee to make a 
thorough investigation and re- 


port their recommendations to 
. & ‘ 


. 


the Board of Commissioners 
within 30 days. The committee 
of five should be selected from 
the D. C. Medical Society and 
the D. C. Bar Association. It 
should be permanent and have 
jurisdiction over all hospitals 
which receive subsidy from the 
District of Columbia. It should 
be known as the “Committee 
on Hospitals” and should be 
endowed with proper authority 
to require hospitals to obey it, 
and it should appear before 
Congress to obtain sufficient 
funds for decent care of the 


poor. 

The properly nourished and 
cared for patient's stay in the 
hospital is usually short. Where 
the opposite is true, the hos- 

italization is unusually long. 

e cost of maintaining a 
patient is not far $20 
per day, which is of course 
charge ‘to the taxpayer. The 
cost of this unnecessary pro- 
longed hospitalization far ex- 
ceeds the amount of money 
necessary for sufficient person- 
nel and equipment. 

I assume that the Commis- 
sioner in charge of the city’s 
hospitals, the Health Depart- 
ment, public welfare and penal 
institutions is doing his best, 
but he is handicapped by inex- 
perience concerning medical 
affairs and must largely depend 
on others for advice. The next 
appointment on the Board of 
Commissioners should be a 
physician whose knowledge and 
understanding of health -mat- 
tefs will help to avoid the 
scandalous conditions which ap- 
pear to exist at the D. C. Gen- 
eral Hospital. 

I was chief of staff at that 
institution for 14 years and dur- 
ing that time a Commissioner 
visited the hospital o once, 
and that was to persuade Miss 
Alice Paul to eat rather than 
be tube fed during the Suffra- 

sts’ preren der 9 in Fg abe 
son Administra 
aay tag failed. in in fie” ort, 


by way. 
JAMES A. pian M.D. 
W @shington. 


By Marquis Childs 


IF THE course that appears to have 
been charted by President Eisenhower is 
followed, then in the months ahead a se- 
ries of steps will be taken to continue 
the gradual relaxation 
of the tensions of the tt 
cold war. ‘ 

Gen. Nathan ing, 
chief of staff of thé Air 
Force, will accept the 
Soviet invitation to be 
present at Soviet Avia- 
tion Day ceremonies in 
Moscow on June 24, 
Other high ranking mil 
itary men may accom- 
pany him or they will 
go a little later. In return, high ranking 
Soviet generals will visit the United 
States. 

Those who are helping to chart this 
course—conspicuously, Harold Stassen as 
the President's assistant on disarmament— 
point to other ways in which a gradual 
relaxation is taking place. 

Scandinavian Aiflines has succeeded in 
negotiating an agreement with Moscow 
under which passenger schedules are now 
being flown from Scandinavian capitals to 
the Soviet Union. Pan-American Airways 
is trying, with hopes of success, to negoti- 
ate a similar agreement. 

These and other moves still In the plan- 
ning stage look to an eventual “compre 
hensive competition” between the two 
great powers that would exclude war by 
mutual agreement with realistic inspec- 
tion, and control. 

But the “if” must be added with respect 
to this course of action, since there is 
powerful opposition both within and with- 
out the Administration. Inside the Penta- 
gon are high ranking military policymak- 
ers convinced that relaxation of the ten- 
sions of the cold war will inevitably re- 
sult in total relaxation in the West, with 
the Soviet winning the “comprehensive 
competition” by default. 


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» 

IT IS, of course, much easier to continue 
to talk about “massive retaliation” and the 
deterrent to war. Every step toward great- 
er relaxation means difficult decisions that 
skirt the hard concept of American secur- 
ity behind a defensive shield of nuclear 
weapons and the Strategic Air Command. 

This is one. reason that cold water— 
some of it coming from the State Depart- 
ment—has been thrown on Stamens ef- 
forts. 

There has been a Seiten effort to 
distort the record of the talk Stassen had 
in London with the two Soviet leaders, 
Nikita Khrushchev, boss of the Communist 
Party, and Premier Nikolai Bulganin. 

Inspired reports sought to make it ap- 
pear that the Soviet leaders ridiculed the 
President's open skies proposal and ex- 
pressed contempt for any inspection. sys- 
tem and that they had not given any con- 
crete indication of unilateral disarmament, 
which was proclaimed two weeks later 
with the announcement that 1,200,000 men 
would be taken out of uniform. The fol- 
lowing are the facts: 

1. Khrushchey asked Stassen whether, if 
the Soviet Union reduced its armed forces 
by one million, the United States would 
respond with comparable measures of dis- 
armament. 

He left little doubt that such a move was 
in the works and the belief is that imme- 
diately on their return the two leaders — 
took this up with the Politburo and oeb- 
tained approval for the announcement. 

2. Khrushchev spoke critically of Presl- 
dent Eisenhower's “open skies” plan for 
mutual aerial inspection. But he did not 
rule out some form of inspection and 
control, 

As a result, Stassen is hopeful that a 
small beginning at inspection can be 
made in what might be thought of as sam- 
ple areas both on the ground and in the 
air. From this trial beginning, a compre- 
hensive inspection system would evolve, 


ow 

PART OF Stassen’s objective is to ex- 
ercise continual restraint, keeping down 
gestures that breed distrust and encour- 
age an armament race. 

There are those who speak contemptu- 
ously of the endeavor to explore gradu- 
ally the path to disarmament and Stas- 
sen's part in it. But he has one piece of 
prophecy in his record which should make 
the scorners somewhat cautious. 

Two and a half years ago he predicted 
that the Soviets would launch a, program 
of worldwide economic competition and he 
urged that the United States prepare in ad- 
vance to counter this with a comprehensive 
plan for the underdeveloped countries of 
Southeast Asia. | 

It is clear now, in hindsight, that if 
Stassen had not been overruled and if 
such a plan had been started, the West 
today would be in a far more advantageous 


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Communists and Nationalists 


DAMASCUS, Syria — Here 
in Syria, which is a small 
country, the diverse elements 
that make up Soviet Middle 


Eastern policy 
stand out in 
sharp _irelief. 
Since this pol- 
icy appears to 
be completely 
misunder- 
Stored at hore, 
it is worth 
listing the ¢le- 
ments, item 
ty item, and 
then secing 
what they add 
up to. 

jtem: Damascus is still agog 
over the aftermath of tne 
Khrushchev-Bulgan'n visit to 
London. This was the revela- 
tion to the Syrian and Egyp- 
tian governments, by the So- 
viet ambassadors here and in 
Cairo, of the alleced main 
theme. of the Soviet leaders 
in the Downing Strect talks. 
Aceording to the ambassadors, 
Khrushchev and Bulganin flat- 
ly declared that the “progres- 
sive and peace-Icving bloc” 
would be squarely behind the 
Arab states in the event of a 
renewal of the Arab-Israeli 
war. 

The Soviet dip!omatists al- 
most certainly misrepresented 
what passed in London. But 
their version of the London 
talks has of course been de- 
lightedlv accepted here, and is 
reportedly credited in Cairo 
as well. 

Item: In the 
viet diplomats 
and in other 
have begun to talk with Arab 
leaders about the possible 
terms of a settlement with 
Israel. The Arab response may 
be easily imagined. It is a fair 
bet that these Soviet feelers 
are a prelude to a solid in- 
dorsement by Moscow of the 
United Nations 3917 plan for 
the partition of Palestine, as 
the only fair’ Solution of the 
Arab-Israeli problem. 


A RETURN to the U.N. plan 
of “9947, which was put for- 
Ward, remember, before the 
Israeli victory over the Arabs. 
would mean reducing the area 
now held by Israel by almost 
40 per cent. It is what the 
Afa’s have been asking for. 
Any such Soviet move in the 


poral 


o 
Joseph Alsop 


last month. So- 
here, in Cairo 
Arab capitals 


o-- 


Washingion 


- 


U. N. Security Council ' 
leave the American and. 
ish governments as gasping 
and helpless as hopelessly 
beached salmon. We shall be 
made to seem the enemies; the 
Soviets will appear as the spe- 
cial friends and of 
Arab nationalism. 

Item: On the sub-diplomatic 
level three kinds of activity 
are being carried on concur- 
rent'y. The local Communist 
par.vies have been given avery 
special mission, not to increase 
their own strength, but to re- 
inforce in all ways possible the 
strength of the non-Commu- 
nist, anti-Western forces here. 
The Syrian Communist leader 
Haled Baqdash has been using 
all his considerable charm to 
convince the more conserva- 
tive elements in Syria that he 
is just another nationalist 
bourgeois at heart. His organ- 
izers, in, similar false whiskers, 
are being sent out to assist any 
political grouping or move- 
ment with an anti-Western 
tendency. 

Item: The nationalist appa- 
ratus is being powerfully 
backed up, in turn, by @ com- 
mercial appeal. All sorts of So- 
viet and satellite trade mis- 
sions are swarming through 
this country and the other 
Arab lands, making tenders on 
locally important projects of 
every sort. Because of the 
wages paid the workers in the 
workers’ paradise, it is possi- 
ble that many of these bids 
are quite honest. In any case, 
they are almost invariably 
much lower than bids by 
Western firms. Meanwhile, 
great efforts are also being 
made to persuade local busi- 
ness, political and cultural 
leaders to visit the Soviet 
Union and the satellite states 
for the full red carpet treat- 
ment. 

Item: The desire of the 
Arabs for more and more arins 
against Israel is constantly be- 
ing exploited. Besides the new 
arms deal that seems to be in 
the making with the Chinese 
in Cairo, the Syrians here are 
completing negotiations to 
purchase another $25 million 
worth of surplus Soviet arms 
through the Czechs. 


WHAT, THEN, is one to 
make of the complex pattern 
of diplomatic, economic, prop- 
agandistic and underground 


a —— -_——— 


WON. is 


that, for 


; 


the present, the Kremlin is 


making no serious effort what- 


ever to promote communism 


as communism in this part of . 


Communist Party 

but here in Syria the local 
Communists are more pro- 
Nasser than Nasser himself. 


The second point that also. 


stands out a mile is that the 
Kremlin is making the most 


desperate efforts to capture 


the Arab nationalist move- 
ment which Col. Nasser sym- 
bolizes and effectively leads. 


The aim, of course, is to use | 


Arab nationalism to destroy 
every Western position in the 
Middle East, and to substitute 
Soviet influence for Western 
influence everywhere through. 
out this strategically vital 
region. 


This is the aim, in turn, ~ 
al | 


cause the whole Western 
liance can be brought down 


in ruins here in the Middle | 


East. Let the oil which is Brit- 
ain’s and Western Europe's 


lifeblood once be shut off, | 


even for a very short period of 
time, and the ensuing cco- 
nomic catastrophe in Britain 
and Western Europe can be 
counted on to break the Anglo- 
American partnership, to de- 
stroy NATO, and to achieve, 
almost automatically, pretty 
nearly every other Kremlin 
goal on this side of the At- 
lantic. 

If this brilliantly conceived 
operation succeeds, it will be 
time for the Kremlin to deal 
with the Arab nationalists, 
who will then have about the 
same chance of survival as a 
naked man in a dark room 
with a grizzly bear. But here 
in Damascus, as in Cairo, the 
emotions that are driving 
these Arab patriots te serve 
the Kremlin's purposes are so 
strong and so inflamed that 
they never pause to think so- 
berly about the dancers 
ahead. As long as British Mid- 
die Eastern policy is largely 
based on despair, while Amer- 
ican Middle Eastern policy is 
a minus quantity, the Krem- 
lin'’s plan for the Middle Fast 
can be expected to go forward 
from success to success. 

(Copsrieht, 1954, *~ York 
eraid Tribune c.) 


~ — 


By George Dixon 


|a statement of minority views 


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| GRIN AND BEAR IT 


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go, Lem!...Says we don’t produce surpluses 
efficiently enough! .. .” 


“That government expert says we small farmers gotta 


ee 


Wofford Fights Lowen 
On Airport Segregation 


Associated Press 
| Sen. Thomas A. Wofford (D-\that Federal aid to 
S. C.) moved yesterday to block 
Senate confirmation of the nom- 
ination of Charles J. Lowen, Jr. 
as Civil Aero- 
nautics Admin- 
istrator be- 
cause of his 
stand on race 
segregation. 
Wofford ac- 
cused Lowen of 
having “ex- 
ceeded any au- 
thority grant- 
ed or implied 
by Congress” 
in ordering Wofford 
Federal aid funds withheld 
last April from segregated pub- 
lic facilities at Hawkins Field 
Airport in Jackson, Miss. 
Wofford filed with the Senate 


‘ticed at an airport.” 
Wofford said 


‘an explanation that 


‘not be practiced there. 
Wofford said Lowen “ 


without legal 
memorandum. 


dissenting from the Senate 
Commerce Committee's ap- 
proval of Lowen’s nomination 
for a full term as CAA adminis- 
trator. Lowen holds the job now 
under a recess appointment. 


the CAA in that he 


knowing about 


signed by himself. 


| Lowen 
plained that “I would have 
‘follow the policy as set down 
' by the Adiminstration on that. 
_ Wofford said Lowen first de-| 
nied, then acknowledged with 
it had 
slipped his. memory, having 
sent a telegram to subordi- 
nates ordering funds withheld 
‘from public facilities at Haw- 
kins Field unless there was 4as- 
surance that segregation would 


airports 
should be withheld where seg-, 
regation of the races is prac-| 


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ry 


Cap Maker 
‘Warned on 


Contempt 


International News Service 
Senators investigating 
charges of graft in military 
procurement demanded an 
Army colonel’s record and 
threatened or action 
against a New York cap manu- 
facturer yesterday. 

The developments: involved 
Col. Louis H. Shirley and Sol 
O. Schlesinger of Lawrence, 
N. Y., at an Investigations Sub- 
committee hearing mark by 
conflicting testimony from 
other witnesses.: 

The conflicts bore on Schle- 
singer's denial that his Ideal 
Unicorm Cap Co., of Freeport, 
Long Island, got $27,745 in 
“kickbacks” from J. Mackey & 
Son, Inc., a visor-making sub- 
contractor, so that Schlesinger 
could “pay off” Shirley in 1951. 

Shirley, who also denied the 
pay-off charge, offered to turn 
over records he had brought 
with him. HoWever, when he 
showed hesitation at offering 
some of them, Subcommittee 
Chairman John L. McClellan 
(D-Ark.) signed a subpena for 
all but “the personal docu- 
ments.” 

McClellan told Schlesinger he 


would recommend contempt of 


Congress action because of his 
refusal to turn over records 
bearing on his claim that 
the $27,745 he got from the 
Mackey firm was for “return 
for damaged visors.” 

Schlesinger pleaded self-in- 
crimination because of a pend- 
ing tax investigation. 

In other testimony: 

1. Alfred Gardella, of New 


ex. York, former foreman at the 


not be confirmed because: Mack ents beak 
“1. He issued a memorandum | “ackey firms bankruptcy 1M the Justice Devartment clashed 
affecting a very serious matter 


basis for the} manager of the Savoy Plaza income tax matters should be 


“9 He demonstrated a serious ote! in New York, said Shir- presented to a Federal grand 


lack of knowledge about de- 
cision on a policy matter of 


denied 


the Hawkins 
Field case and the telegram 


to Mackey plant, 


» | were 


denied that 
visors and leather chin straps 
returned in the quantities 
that Schlesinger claimed. 

2. Michael Lizzi, of North 
Merrick, N. Y., supported 
Schlesinger’s testimony. Lizzi, 
29, supervisor at the Ideal plant, 
said he couldn't remember 
which working girls rejected 
the visors. 


THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Wednesday, May 30, 1956 


4 


: 


Moss Charg 


es OSI 


Attempted Power Grab 


By Murrey Marder 


An “attempted power grab” 
Was made te give the Com- 
merce Department's Office of 
Strategic Information authority 
to shut off release of non- 
secret Federal data, Rep. John 
E, Moses (D-Calif.) charged yes- 
terday 

That is shown, Moss said, by 
contrasting a once-classified di- 
rective of the National Secu- 
rity Council with orders setting 
up OSI 

The Council's secret state- 
ment was declassified as a re- 
sult ef hearings before the 
House Government Informa- 
tion Subcommittee which Moss 
heads. 

During the hearings, Erwin 
Seagy, director of OSI, declined 
to discuss the National Secu- 
rity Council directive, written 
in late 1954, on grounds it was 
classified. It later was declas- 
sified by James S. Lay Jr., 
executive secretary of the 
Council. 

The Council's directive 
shows. Moss noted, that it con- 
templated “a central clearing 
house to which business and 
industry may look for guidance 
for their voluntary use in con- 
sidering the public release of 
unclassified scientific, technical, 
industrial or economic informa- 
tion, where such publication 
might be prejudicial to the de- 
fense interests of the United 
States.” 

But the Commerce Depart- 
ment last August, said Moss, 


Stat Reporter 


ordered creation of a unit for 
“furnishing guidance to and 
establishing policy for exécu- 
tive agencies” on publication of 
wich unclassified data. 

Moss said the extension to 
“establishing policy ‘shows’ 
the OSI planned to go far. be 
yond its authority and try te 
restrict the flow of informa. 
tion from the Federal Govern- 
ment.” 

“This is another example,” 
he said, “of an attempted 
power grab by an agency 
whose authority is based on a 
hush-hush directive which it 
refuses to discuss.” 

When it was created, OSI 
was headed by R. Karl Hona- 
man, a controversial figure on 
information policies in the 
Commerce Department. 

Moss said recent meetings 
with Commerce officials “indi- 
cate the present director of the 
OSI (Seago) is planning a pro- 
gram more in line with the 
NSC directive than was the 
‘rogram planned by his pred- 
ecessor’—Honaman. 

The whole. OSI issue, said 
Moss, will be discussed at a 
Subcommittee hearing June 8. 

Moss said his Subcommittee 
hopes to “remind officials that 
our Government is based on 
law and not on men and that 
to exceed the scope of any 
directive or statute is to dis- 
regard responsibility to the 
American people.” 


_— a 


Judge-Justice Clash 
Told at Caudle’s Trial 


ST. LOUIS, May 29 ‘#—Evi- 


3. Leon I. Rain, a Freeport dence presented today at the 
(N. Y.) accountant denied conspiracy 
should Schlesinger provided all his rec- man 


trial of two Tru- 
Administration § officials 


ords during hearings on the showed a Federal judge and 


4. Mrs. Augusta Bornn, credit '" 1951 over whether certain 


ley and his wife stayed there jury. 


in February, 1952, with an At- 
lantic City contractor. 


5. Shirley's denial of staying mer head of the Justice 
the Ritz Hotel in 1952 was partment’'s 
\challenged by a report that the Matthew J. Connelly, who 


at 


the 
for- 
De- 
and 
was 


The disclosure came at 
trial of T. Lamar Caudle. 


Tax Division, 


colonel had shared the suite of Truman’s appointments secre- 


authorized us to go altcad and 
inform Watson,” Smith testi« 
fied. 

Smith testified Caudle was 
“very reluctant” to prosecute 
tax évader Irving Sachs, St, 
Louis shoe manufacturer who 
suffered from epilepsy, because 
he was afraid it would kill him. 


21 Members 
Of House Act 


Shortly afterward the Senate, “3. By his own statment that) 


If Wishes Were Limousines 


WHITE HOUSE associates 
gre aira'd that General Serv- 
dgcos Administrator Franklin 
G> Flocte may incur apoplexy 
from sjierer 
frys teated 
reac. Flocie 
is the victim 
of a pyrrhic 


ministration 
that Presi- 
dent Eiren- 
hower pro- 
moted him 
from a liveried limousine to 
a@ taxicab 

Floete is a rich man. After 
he had piled up enough 
millions to permit outside in- 
terests, he came to Washinc- 
ton as Assistant Secretary of 
Defense in charge of proper- 
ties and installations 

In this position, as you can 
easily imagine, Floete had the 
spending of billions. In fact, 
few men in the history of the 
world have run such a big 
business. But about the only 
thing he got out of it for him- 
self was a Government lim- 


-_ 


These Days 


Practical Politics 


_—_ —— — = 


ousine with uniformed chauf- 
feur. 

Floete loved that limousine. 
In addition to the luxury, a 
liveried limousine is official 
Washington's - hallmark of 
prestige. 


AS THE transplanted Iowan 
rode grandly from his coop- 
erative apartment inthe 
fashionable Westchester 
Apartments to the Pentagon, 
beaming out at the peasants, 
he thought how wonderful 
are the rewards of high office. 
Consequently he ascended to 
seventh . heaven when the 
President summoned him to 
the White House and told him 
he was going to raise him to 
chief of the General Services 
Administration, which runs 
practically everything. 

One particular cause for 
exultation was the thought 
that not only would he now 
have a more sumptuous lim- 
ousine, but he'd have the al- 
lotting of every limousine 
owned by the Government. 
From his vast stockpile he 
selected a super<chariot for 
himself. Then the blow fell. 

He was informed that one 


j eration of the nomination at the 


of his predecessors had com- 
plained about the misuse of 
Government cars for private 
purposes by Senators. In re- 
taliation, the Senators passed 
a bill forbidding the General 
Services Administrator to as- 
sign a car to himself. 


TO MAKE the GSA chief. 
tzin’s blood pressure mount 


even more alarmingly, other | 


denizens of the costly dig- 
gings started playing a game. 


temporarily sidetracked consid- 


he does not consider it his duty 


‘son of Texas, the Democratic 


request of Sen. Lyndon John- 


leader. 

The Commerce Committee's 
majority report made no men- 
tion of the segregation issue, 
on which Wofford had ques 
tioned Lowen sharpley at pub- 
lic hearings. * 

Wofford, lone signer of the 
minority’s views, said Lowen 
“should not be confirmed.” 

Wofford said Lowen “ad- 
mitted signing” an April 6 
memorandum “to the effect 


cies first. 


tainly, he has exceede 
by the 


instance, the 
Schools bill.” 


As they passed the furious | 


Floete 
limousines they waved super- 
ciliously “Hello, Franklin!” 
a forbore offering him a 
ift. 

The game is still in prog- 
ress. Floete was so mad th 
other morning he gibbered, 
because, in the few minutes 


he had to wait for a cab, he | 


was passed up by five ex- 
subordinates — Secretary of 
the Army Wilber M. Brucker, 
Secretary of the Navy Charles 
S. Thomas, and Assistant 
Secretaries of Defense Frank 
D. Newberry, Charles A. Cool- 
idge and W. J. McNeil. 


(Copyright. 1956. Kine Features 
Syndicate. Inc.) 


—_ 


By George Sokolsky 


THE NUMBER of Demo- 
cratic aspirants for the Presi- 
dency continues to increase 
In addition to Adlai Stevenson 
and Estes . 
Kefau ver, 


are trends and portents but 
no facts. 

Certainly, Harriman is tak- 
ing a straight Northern Demo- 
cratic line that he can be 


_ nominated and elected no mat- 


politics every item that can 
be measured in terms of votes 
counts. The practical poli- 


tician is rarely an idealist who 
would stand on the ramparts 


in their Government | 


d 


the Congress has refused 
impose such penalties, as in, for 
Federal-Aid-to- 


_ “4. He succeeded even the de-| 
cisions of the Supreme Court ** 
by withholding funds on the) 

basis of his memorandum. Cer-| © 


to exceed the authority granted | ‘act 


him by the Congress, he also . 
made it clear that he Intends questioned New York mobster 


to follow Administration poli- 


' 


| 


any | 


authority granted or implied 


a , 
Congress, and, in % <y | consult with an attorney. 


—_- —_—__ — —— 


Davis Says He'll Stay 
As Seaton Assistant 


Interior Under Secretary questionnaire to see if Seaton’s 


or in the investigation. 
Earlier, the 

bert Anastasia and Tommy 
Dio Guardia, brother of New 
York racket figure Johnny Dio, 
a closed session. 


the closed hearing 


two questions which he 


McClellan told newsmen aft- 


Herman Kravitz, another con- tary. They are charged with 


conspiring to defraud the Gov- 


subcommittee eToment by fixing a tax case. 


The judge involved is George 
H. Moore, who instructed the 
grand jury that indicted Cau- 
die and Connelly and who is 
listed as a potential Govern- 
ment witnéss at the trial here. 


The Government introduced, 


‘ nto evidence letters in which 
Anastasia had answered all but former United States Attorney 


© Drake Watson, now dead, asked 


\ferred a reply to until he can Caydie for authority to let 


In Congress 
TODAY 


Senate 
In recess until 10 a. m. Thursday 
Commit : 
pe To 
d Chaims., 
end Henry Smith } 
° York testify on supply 
distribution of 
457. SOB 
Apeprepriations Sebcomte. 10 
en. ublic Works. Interior. 
of Reclamation. No witnesses announc 
Room F-82, Capito! 


ouse 
In recess until noon Thursday 
Committees: None 


to 


e 


' 
| 
7 


’ 


‘ang. (Howard) McGrath, 
non-defense nickel. Room cated Moore said he was going 
m. to convene the grand jury and 
Bureau present income tax cases that 


Clarence A. Davis announced appointment “signals a new pol- 
yesterday he would remain in icy or is just a new front for 


YESTERDAY 


| 


i 
' 


Judge Moore go before the 
grand jury at Moore's request. 

The evidence disclosed Cau- 
dle advised Watson by telegram 
and telephone not to present 
any cases to the grand jury 
unless so authorized by Cau- 
die’s office. 

Watson wrote Caudle: “Judge 


Joseph Moore called Attorney General 


who indi- 


he had in mind and that he 
would do this within the next 
few days. 

“IT conceive it my duty as a 
lawyer to carry out the orders 


On Rights Bill 


Associated Press 

Twenty-one members of the 
House said yesterday they are 
moving to force civil rights 
legislation out of the House 
Rules Committee's control if 
the Committee doesn’t act. 

The legislation has been 
fought at every step by South 
ern members. Northern Demo- 
crats and most Republicans 
joined forces in the Judiciary 
Committee and finally brought 
out on April 25 a measure con- 
taining President Eisenhower's 
civil rights recommendations. 


The Rules Committee, whose 
chairman is Rep. Howard W, 
Smith (D-Va.), has had under 
consideration since May 22 a 
request for a rule to bring the 
bill out for debate and vote. 

The 17 Democr.uts and four Re 
publicans who announced filing 
of a discharge petition after a 
meeting yesterday disclaimed 
any intention of “showing a 
lack of confidence in the Rules 
Committee.” To make the dis- 


office under his successful rival the McKay ‘give-away’ pro-| 


for the Secre- gram”: 
tary's j ob, 
Fred A. Sea- 
ton. 
Davis said he 
was “pleased 
‘that Mr. Sea- 
‘ton imme di- 
‘ately indorsed 


the 


3. “Will the Republican Ad- “ 
ministration cease to support | oretr ions 
the big power companies at 
Hells Canyon, at John Day on | prazP" 
Columbia «River, and in) 
their efforts to destroy the | 


Senate 
Met at 10 a. m 

Confirmed number of 
Pointments including Walter 

be Ambassador to Korea 
Passed and sent to Wh 
or won, ots 
iM. 
Devated high 


ed and 
$1,993.77 
propriations bil) 
asied 
jative app riations 


vy bill in night session 
sent to Sen te 
44.968 agricul 


Bal 


inciu 


and sent to Senate sse.900000 another 
oe * brought the matter to the at- 


and will carry 
forward” the 
power “part- 
nership” pro- 
gram of Presi- Davis 

dent Eisenhower and former 


Interior Secretary Douglas Mce- 


Kay. This program calls for 
local—rather than Federal—fi- 


TVA?” 


tively, the 50-year-old public | 
‘body preference and priority! 


clause in our national power 
legislation in order to give a 


| program 


2. “Will the Republican Ad-\ang » apo 


boxer Joe 
ned sat i 
heed 


uls 
30 until noon Thurs- 


a ee 


diplomatic ap- SOing to clash. If the grand 
: Downe jury convened and I refused 
ite House com- to appear it might result in con 
sariculture *2- tempt charges.” 


Turner L. Smith, Caudle’s 


com. first assistant at the time, tes- 
ure ap- tified he and Meyer Rothwacks, 


Caudle assistant, 


that 
loose 
and 


“Ford said, the effect, 
we should turn Watson 
to go ahead out there... 


must have 218 signatures, &@ 
majority of the House. 

In a carefully worded state- 
ment issued through the office 
of Rep. James Roosevelt (D- 
Calif.), they said they are acting 
only to “make sure that any 
difficulties encountered in the 
Rules Committee can be over- 
come by a majority of the 
House membership sufficiently 
prior to the closing rush of the 
session.” 


— 


PUN DWSPK WS OOOO OOOO” OV won ee 


square deal to rural electric co- 


nancing of hydroelectric devel- 
opment wherever possible. 


operatives, municipalities and 


or who would risk being lother nonprofit utilities?” 

burned at the stake. His | Seaton’s nomination was a 3. “Will the Republican Ad- 
pragmatism leads him to be- nounced: Monday amd at the" ministration now support the 
iieve that once elected, he can time the new Secretary said|| ehman-Davidson bills to re- 
adjust his campaign speeches he had asked Davis to remain develop the great Niagara hy- 
and his campaign promises to /” office but had not been given! dro resource for all the people, 


ter what the Southern Demo- 
crats do. 


A PRACTICAL politician 
takes all these factors into 


Gov. Averell 
Harriman of 
New York is 
now an open 
candi date 


and Mayor 
Robert Wag- 
ner of New 
York City has 
bespoken him 
as a favorite ~ 
son of his  Sokolsky 
state. The beating which Sen. 
Lyndon. Johnson gave to Gov. 
Allen Shivers makes Johnson 
a prospect in the event that 
the two candidates out in the 
leac kill each other off, as 
they are likely to do. 

.verell Harriman is pur- 
su.tig a course which indicates 
that he does not believe that 
the Southern Democrats are‘ 
essential to a Southern victory 
This is based on the 1948 cam- 
paign when Truman was nom- 
inated and elected despite 
Southern opposition. On the 
other hand, in 1952 Stevenson 
was nominated but defeated 
because of Southern prefer- 
ence for Eisenhower. 


THE QUESTION of 
South is a_ statistical one. 
What is the South statistical- 
'y is not the South’s increase 

population due to white 
migrations from the North as 
Southern industry develops? 
Is there not likely to be in- 
creased Negro voting in the 
South? Will the voting Negro 
ii the South cast his ballot 
for an anti-segregation Demo- 
crat in preference to a Repub- 
lican? Will not the retention 
of the Northern big city 
Negro vote by the Democratic 


a offset any losses in the 
South? ’ 
These are the questions 


which practical politicians ask 

and the answers are not clear 

in the available facts, 
v. 


eo— - 


By House 


the 


|House Post Of 


consideratior and therefore 
such a man as Carmine 
DeSapio would feel fairly con- 
fident that New York State 
can be carried by the Demo- 
crats in 1956. In Connecticut 
a big fight is developing in Re- 
publican ranks over the Sena- 
torship Vivien Kellems, the 
fiery petrel of that state op 
posing the renomination of 
Prescott Bush on the ground 
that he is not a true son of 
the Nutmeg State but a Wall 
Street banker who only uses 
Connecticut as a bedroom. 

In the science of practical 


the realities of the situation | 


as he finds them in office. 
Thus, the Eisenhower Admin- 
istration adjusted itself to 


an answer. 

Senators on both sides of) panies 
the political aisle joined yester-|° . 
day in praising Mr. Eisen- t, 


o” 


/not just the private power com- 


4. “Will there be a stop put 
such attacks on our natural 


what it found when it took |ower’s nonination of Seaton,| resources as Al Sarena, the oil 


office despite the Republican 
platform and campaign 
speeches of 1952. Similarly the 
various Democratic candi- 
dates are weighing in the 
balance votes rather than high 
principles—at present the 
votes of delegates; later, the 
votes of citizens; but always 


votes. 
(Copyright. 1956. Kine 


Peatures 
Syndicate. Inc.) 


Postal Rise Opposed 


Acting Speaker John W. Me- 
Cormack (D.-Mass.) said yester- 
day Democratic House mem- 
bers appear to be “almost over- 
whelmingly” opposed to in- 
creasing postal rates on first 
class letters from three to four 
cents. 

He said the Ifouse Democrat- 
ic leadership is polling its mem- 
bers on this’ one question al- 
though a bill yg by the 

ice Commi 


also would increase air mail 


letters from six to seven a 


and provide substantial 
creases for newspapers, 
zines and third class mail. 


‘not been 
lim 


completed. 
are 


There there is ouae bedion against 


ttee) 


maga- 


Democrats 


United Press 


it.” - ¥ 
“You might say almost over- 
whelmingly against, it” he 
added. 

McCormack did not explain 
why only the first class letter 
rate increase was used for the 
poll. But he said a similar poll 
was conducted two years ago 
when a postal rate increase was 
approved by the committee and 
the results showed 95 per cent 


concerned about what rate in- 
creases would 


more newspapers we have, the. 


better off we are.” | 
MS 


‘11952, is expected to be given 


a 46-year-old Nebraska radio/jeasing on wildlife 
and newspaper chain owner. ithe raids 
Sen. James E. Murray (D-| tions?” 


Mont.), chairman of the Senate; Seaton has announced he 
plans to hold regular press con- 
uled a meeting of his group ferences in his new job. His 
redecessopr, Secretary McKay, 
eld only one formal news con- 
ference during his three years 
in office. McKay, however, was 
| considered a accessible on 


‘Interior Committee, sched- 


Monday to take up Seaton’s| 
‘confirmation. He indicated he 
expected approval to be “rou- 
tine.” 


, ‘ 
| Seaton, a Republican Senator 


ifrom Nebraska from 1951 to 


ian informal s. 


refuges and 
on Indian reserva- 


= 


the full courtesies rendered for- 


mer members of the Seyate 
“club” and not embarrassed 
with any formal hearing. 

One discordant note did) 
come yesterday from Demo- 
cratic lah Nala a wag 
Chairman Paul M. Butler. 

Butler submitted a four-part i} Sele 


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With all our hearts... 


Tuis DAY of the year, which has been set aside in memory of those 
who have died that we, in freedom may live, needs no significant . 
symbols of flags at half-mast; of rich oratory; the tramp of thoue 
sands of marching feet to the blare of brass and rhythm of drums 
and then finally the martial trumpet muted to the sadness of 


“Taps.” 


“Memorial Day” are words cut deeply into the hearts of fathers 
and mothers who have lost their sons—lost in one sense, but 
given in the greater meaning. For them pageantry is emptily 


futile. 


Yet in their innermost souls, in ours, in every American's, is 
the pride and glory of being part ‘of our beloved America—in 
sacrificing, loving, hoping—but above all enduring all that duty 
and patriotism demand. 


On this Day, it is enough that we shall be reminded that “We 


are Americans!” 


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side of Government. | 


STORY: A Revenue agent 
was checking the income tax! 
return of a family corporation 
which was composed of a man,| 
his wife, and their eight <hil-| 
dren, During his inquiry he! 
asked the wife to explain her 
contribution to the corporation.| 

“About all I've had time to) 
do,” she answered seriously, 
“ig to produce new partners 
for it.” | 


RULING: The Comptroller 
General has reaffirmed earlier 
decisions that the Government 
ean’t withhold funds from em- 
Dloye paychecks unless the 
Congress authorizes it. He 
made his latest ruling in the 
Gase of FBI employes wh®d are 

mbers of a mutual benefit 

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prove_of withholding, the FBI 
May seek congressional ap 
Proval of its plan. 


JCC COMMISSIONER Rich- 
ara 4 Mitchell informed the 
House that “no court could do 
the work the Interstate Com- 
merce Commission is doing as 
effectively and as ably.” He 
opposes the Hoover pian to 
have courts take over the 
work of administrative agen- 
cies. such as ICC, FCC and 
others. 

REA is seeking funds for 70 
new jobs, mainly in its rural 
phone program . . . AGRICUL. 
TURAL MARKETING is ex- 
panding its operations. Ten ad- 
ditional states plan to partici- 
pate in its program. The agency 
is secking 119 new permanent 
. Jobs and 220 temporary people 
... OFFICE OF EDUCATION 
was allowed a 50 per cent 
budget increase by the House 


NAVY had the promise last 
year of 374 science and engl- 
neefing graduates to take its 
vital defense jobs. 

But only 173 of them reported 
for duty. This was a huge 51! 
per cent loss in expected and 
needed employes and also of 
$27,135 in recruiting costs. 

Navy since has tried to find 
out why the 201 graduates 
changed their minds and ac- 
cepted other jobs. The main 
reason was pay. Despile a re- 
ent increase in Federal sal- 
aries, the pay was even better 
in many private concerns. 

Other reasons given were the 
belief that Government man- 
agement is inefficient, opportu. 
nities for promotion are poor, 
and that Uncle Sam doesn't of- 
fer the job incentives of private 
business. 

“Of crucial importance,” the 
Navy concluded, “is the Gov 
ernment’'s failure to pay reloca- 
tion expenses.” Its survey team 
Suggested that “strenuous ef 
forts” be made to get Congress 
to approve funds to pay at least 
part of the employe’s moving 
costs. 

The Navy experience is one 
of the reasons why the Admin. 
istration has urged Congress to 
pay the traveling expenses of 
hard-to-hire new employes and 
their families to their first 
duty stations. 


TREASURY'S Fiscal Service 
has given awards to: Hector 
Beauchamp, Flavia Bowden, 
Charlotte Crowley, Edythe 
Evans, F. X. Gaegler, M. M 
Mason, John Schultz, Margaret 
Smith, Matilda Fenton, Roy 
Hageman and E. D. Sullivan 
Retiring at that agency 
Marie Ahlers with 37 years 
service... FT. BELVOIR has 
given an award to Anita Stark 
.»«. MARINE Headquarters has 
given awards to Irene Paradis, 
Eleanor Peterson, Mildred Rob- 
ers, R. R. Johnson, Annabelle 
Hook, Lillian Haduch, Louise 
Freer, Eleanor’ Wiltsey, R. D 
Perrier, Anita Michaelian, Lee 
Smith, Kathryn Higgins, R. A 
Grenier, S. T. Mason, Joseph 
Curtis, A. C. Kohanski, Irene 


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House Votes 
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AMUSEMENTS 
COMICS 


WEDNESDAY, 


MAY 30, 1956 


xpansion 


Rep. Gross Tries 

To Cut Out Funds 

For Bigger Offices, 
~ New Building 


The House yesterday voted 
funds to push forward the 
big Capitol Hill building pro- 
gram despite protests over 
cost by Rep. H. R. Gross (R- 


lowa). 
Gross tried) 
1 to knock out’ 


of the money) 


bill to runt 
Congress $10 
million 


includ-| 


ed to start a) 
$64 million’ 


third House 


: 


Silver Spring 
Hospital Vote 
Set for Today 


> 


‘Mission 66° 


D. C. Shares 
In Expanded 
Park Plans | 


Associated Press 


County Council 
Ballot in Doubt 
On Bond Issue 
For $3 Million 


By Harrison Hagemeyer 
Stef Reporter 


A showdown vote by the | 
Montgomery County Council 


acted on nine amendments to 


on the panne cae | Plans for a $8,812,000 perk 
Spring hospital bill is sched-'geyelopment program in six 
uled for 10 a. m. today in states during the next 10 years 
Rockville. were announced yesterday by 


The way was cleared for final the National Park Service. 


The program, for 10 units 
action yesterday as the Council commemorating phases and 
heroes of the Revolutionary 
War, will be contingent upon 


the bill, which would authorize 
Congress voting the necessary 


Office Build- 

ing and to re-| 

model the two. 

existing build- 

Gross ings from two- 
to threeroom office 


room 
suites. | 
Said Gross: “I may have a' 
hole in my head, but I need! 
three rooms like I need an-' 
other hole in my head.” | 

Rep. John J. Rooney (D. 
N. Y.) answered: “Since we're) 
spending all this money 
abroad I think we can afford! 
another House Office Building. | 
We need the facilities.” Gross) 
takes a dim view of foreign 
aid too. 

The $88.9 million legislative) 
appropriation bill passed with- 
out change on a voice vote. It 
irifludes $12 million to start ex- 
tending the east front of the 
Capitol and $35.5 million for 
routine House expenses. The 
Senate will add its own operat- 
ing funds when it considers the 
bill, 


'Md., whose son, Pvt. Richard 
“Battle of St. Lo and is buri 


' 
’ 


Funds Are Denied 


For Beltsville Lab 


The Senate and House yes- 
terday accepted their conferees’ 
report recommending the strik- 
ing out of the Agriculture De- 
partment’s request for an $18.9 
million animal disease research 
laboratory at Beltsville, Md. 
The action was taken as the 
conferees agreed upon a $1.99 
billion appropriation to carry 
on the department's operations 
during the fiscal year begin- 
ning July 1. 

The department had asked! The District Commissioners 
a A an the first time and banker Daniel W. Bell will 
10 S10. mulion, “Subsequenis, meet at the District Building 
the Senate, although supporting “his morning to discuss how to 
such a facility, deleted the re- make a “firm proposal” out of 
— Ryne Ragen geo Bell's plan to settle the District 
haaned by locating it at Belts. transit problem. a 
ville near Washington. The Bell's Plan . for Capital 
Senate-House conference, which 1T@™sit Co. to buy out its con- 
ironed out differences in the trolling stockholder, Louis E. 
bill. recommended that the Wolfson House-Senate con- 


proposed laboratory “should ferees have indicated they 
not be located” at Beltsville would recommend restoration 


but that funds for the project of the CTC franchise Congress 
should again be considered Ordered revoked last summer 
when a new location h&s been ‘f Bell can produce a “firm pro- 
decided upon. posal” and agree with the Com- 

Over-all, a main feature of Missioners on terms of the fran- 


the bill is provision for $227.5|\Chise. 

million for conservation pay-|_ Commissioner Robert E. Me- 
ments to farmers. This is some Laughlin said: “We will tal 

$10 million more than the about what we can do to com- 
House proposed and $22.5 mil-'ply with the conferees’ re 
lion less than that proposed by quest.” 

the Senate. The bill indorsed .Bell and his group worked 
the Senate provision for $24 on their plan yesterday without 
million for farm tenancy loans comment. Conferees indicated 
and $214 million for the rural they want an agreement on 
electrification program as well price. Bell has said this cannot 
as $100 million for the rural be decided until CTC’s fran- 
telephone program, both of chise is restored. 

which would be carried on un-| The Commissioners and the 
der the Rural Electrification Public Utilities Commission 
Administration. discussed franchise terms for 
‘more than an hour yesterday. 
'They oppose some concessions 
Breeden, R. H. Pree, Catherine|in the House bill restoring the 
Davis, Barbara Hall, Bernard franchise to Wolfson. Bell re- 
Pazanowski, Ruth Banks, Shir-| portedly would not insist on all 
ley Robinson, R. E. Hunter and of them. | 
Jane Blakeney ...4ICC has| Capital Transit’s board of dl- 
given a $295 suggestion award rectors is scheduled to meet 
to Robert Pfahler. Thursday. Bell's efforts are 


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Bell’s Plan on 
Transit Today 


+ 
‘Firm Proposal’ to Be 
Sought at Conference 
On Franchise Terms 


By Richard L. Lyons 


Stafl Reporter 


Mrs. Edward Schonrank of 5014 Silver Hill rd., Suitiand, 


ed in France, visited Arlington 


sure to be discussed and some military dead—courtesy 


Schonrank, was killed in the | 


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Cemetery yesterday and placed flowers on the grave of her 


son-in-law, Joseph George L 


Marine Corps during World 


City Heads Get =2"_ Zee = So 


Capital to Honor 
War Dead Today 


Patriotic, religious and civic 
organizations throughout the 
‘area have prepared a variety 
of programs to help the coun- 
try pay traditional Memorial 
Day honors to its heroic war 
dead today. 

Key formal services here un- 
der the over-all auspices of the 
Military District of Washington 
will find Army Secretary Wil- 
ber M. Brucker representing 
President Eisenhower in a 
wreath-lay'ng ceremony sched- 
uled for 11 a. m. at the Tomb 
of the’ Unknown Soldier in Ar- 
lington Cemetery. 

A host of patriotic groups 
are cooperating in the program 
under the general sponsorship 
of the Grand Army of the Re- 
public Memorial Day Corp. 

The Weather Bureau cooper- 
ated to the extent of a fore- 
cast that foresaw little likelli- 
hood of rain, despite increasin 
cloudiness and continued mil 
temperatures. Transportation 
facilities were braced for the 
influx and exodus of thousands 
who've planned to take travel- 
ing advantage of the mid-week 
holiday. é' 

With this in-mind, Maryland's 
Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin 
authorized release of a traffic 
warning in which he was joined 
nationally by safety groups. 
|. “We do no honor to the dead 
by adding in untimely fashion 
to their lists,” McKeldin’s 
statement warned. “While 
honoring the dead, respect the 
living, too—yourself and your 
fellow motorists—drive with 
care.” McKeldin is vacationing 
in Europe. 

Thousands of tiny flags 
already were a-flutter yesterday 
atop Arlington graves of the 
of a 


zations are scheduled to lay 


wreaths at the Unknown Sol-| 


dier's Tomb. 

For the ceremonial 3d In- 
fantry, today’s schedule is a 
heavy one. At 10:30 a. m. one 
of its firing parties will parti- 
cipate in Leesburg (Va.) cere- 
manies unveiling the Memorial 
Monument to Loudoun 
County's World War II and Ko- 
rcean War dead. President Col- 
gate W. Darden, of the Uni- 
versity .of Virginia and Gen. 
George ©. Marshall, as hon- 
orary chairman of the county's 
War Memorial Association, will 
be among the speakers. 

At 10:45 a. m. other units of 
the Old Guard will take part 


‘in ground-breaking ceremonies 


for an extension of the First 
Division Monument just south 
of the old State Department 
Building. At noon the 3d will 
fire 2l-gun salutes at both 
Forts Myer and McNair. At 
3 p. m. a platoon and a color 
guard: will take part in the big 
community celebration of the 
day at Rockville and at 4 p. m. 
another color guard will be- 
come a part of similar cere- 
monies at Falls Church. 

Other Memorial Day exer- 
cises in the area include: 

Services for allied officers 
and enlisted men of foreign 
armies, 9:30 a. m., Tomb of the 
Unknown Soldier. 

Services at the Battle Ground 
National Cemetery for those 
who lost their lives in the Civil 
War Battle of Fort Stevens. 

Picnic-outing at the YMCA'’s 
Camp Letts, Edgewater, Md.. 
kicking off celebration of the) 
camp's Golden Jubilee Year. 
noon-6 p. m. 


Under Study 


; 


a $3 million bond issue to 
‘finance construction of a hospi- 
‘tal to be run by the Silver 
Spring Hospital Association. 

| All amendments were de- 

\feated except those advanced 
™ \by Council President Robert T. 
 \Snure, a stanch proponent of 
the bill. 
| The final outcome was still 
‘in doubt last night. An informal 
‘poll of Council members 
showed two in favor, two op- 
| posed and three still undecided. 

Opposed to the measure were 
‘Council members J. Grahame 
Walker and Stella B. Werner, 
both of whom sponsored un- 
successful amendments which 
would have materially changed 
the proposed measure. 

Walker was the only Council 
'member who voted in favor of 
his amendment which would 
set up a five-member County 
Hospital Commission to study 
hospital .needs. The Hospital 
Commission would have been 
‘empowered to build hospitals, 


i m financed with funds from coun- 
Judge Choice 


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By Arthur Ellis. Staff Photographer 


oughrey, who served in the 
War I. 


|ty bond issues, for private non- 
iprofiit hospital groups, but the 
county would have retained 
title to the building and could 
cancel the lease if the hospital 

failed to become accredited. 
The original bill proposes a 
property tax of up to seven 
cents only in the 13th election 
district to finance the bonds for 

the Silver Spring yn 
ot ‘s Mrs. Werner spoke out 
ba eighed to Fill lems against the bill which, 
she said, represents “a new 


Police Court Bench | 
‘service, a very costly service,” 


meeting of the the county would be offering 
Alexandria City Council will be the taxpayers. 
held Thursday night to deter-- An amendment proposed by 
mine the method of selecting a| Mrs. Werner called for an ad- 
Police Court judge to succeed! visory referendum to deter- 
James R. Duncan who was mine the feeling of covnty vot- 
sworn in yesterday as a member ers prior to the issuance of any 
of the Subversive Activities; bonds under the bill. It lost by 
Control Board. Duncan had’a four-to-three vote. Snure op- 
been on the Police Court bench posed the proposal, pointing 
since 1935. His current term Out that under existing law, five 
will expire at the end of 1958. (per cent of the registered vot- 
A change in the City Charter, ers of the county can petition 
effective July 1, gives the coun- for a referendum on any bond 
cil an option in selection of his ‘ssue. 
successor. The change makes| Another four-to-three vote de- 
the post and that of Judge feated an amendment offered 
James N. Colasanto appointive by Councilman Wilbur Baugh- 
if they are vacant after July 1. |man, which would have exclud- 
The council must accept ed the portion of the 13th elec- 
Duncan's resignation and de- tion district which lies within 
‘clare the seat vacant before an the Silver Spring fire tax area 
election can be called. An.elec- from the tax provisions of the 
tion cannot be held until after ill. : 
a twenty day interval. A special Councilman Charles Jamison 
‘election would cost the city Said he expected to vote with 
about $3000. Snure in favor of the bill to- 


An elected judge would hold day. , 
the seat until the end of Dun-| The most important of the 
ean’s term when the office successful amendments offered 
would be appointive automati- by Snure was one which 
cally. The judgeship carries a changes the bill to allow the 
isalary of $11,000 a year. County to take over the hos- 
| Three Alexandria attorneys Pital building if the hospital 
have announced their candi- association ceases to operate 
dacies for the seat. They are: it as a hospital or transfers 
Roy C. Bragg, a law partner of ownership without prior con- 
Mayor Leroy S. Bendheim,/|sent of the Council. 
who called the special council 
meeting: substitute Police) Defeated by a four-to-one 
Court Judge Neville G. Hall, vote a bill which would have 
Jr.. and former councilman, given a $14,000 rebate from 
Daniel F. O'Flaherty. the county’s library tax to 

'Rockville because the city 
mee ‘maintains its own library. 
Tail Gate Slips, | Enacted a measure prohibit- 


‘ ; |ing the parking of trucks weigh- 
Knocks Out Driver ‘ing more than 6000 pounds on 


In Alexandria 


Alternate Methods 


A special 


In other actions the Council: | 


funds 

In addition, if Congress ap- 
proves pending legislation, the 
Service plans to spend some 
$7,250,000 for restoration and 
‘mprovement of Independence 
National Historical Park in 
Philadelphia 

The program incirdes plans, 
still incomplete, for D. C. road 
and landscaping improvements 
on the Mall and around the 
Jefferson Memorial in connec 
tion with construction of the 
proposed Theodore Roosevelt 
Bridge and new Washington 
Channel crossing. 

The 10-year program for 
Revolutionary War areas is a 
part of the Service's Nation- 
wide Mission 66 Plan. Mission 
66 is designed to develop the 
National Park System by 1966 
—golden anniversary of the 
Service—so it can handle 80 
million visitors compared with 
50 million in 1955. 

Director Conrad L. Wirth 
said the plans for the 10 areag 
include: 

Colonial National Historical 
Park, Va., $1,150,000 for restor- 
ation of buildings: care of the 
battlefield area; nine new em- 
ploye homes; reconstruction of 
one residence; construction of 
two streets and walks: and ex- 
tension of water and sewer 
systems. 

Federal Hall National Me- 
morial, N. Y., $899,000 for re 
habilitation of the entire build- 
ing and installation of a mu- 
seum and elevator. 

Statute of Liberty National 
Monument, N. Y., $608,000 for 
paving walkways; construction 
of a visitor shelter and docking 
and marine facilities. 

Morristown National His 
torical Park, N. J., $323,000 for 
road and trail development; 
acquisition of land and con- 
struction of buildings and util- 
ities, 

Saratoga National Historical 
Park, N. Y., $238,000 for im- 
provement or roads and trails; 
construction of a visitor center, 
and employe resi iences and util- 
ity area. 

George Washington Birth- 
place National Monument, Va., 
$225,000 for construction of a 
visitor center, two employe 
residences, a utility area, and 
expansion of utilities. 

Kings Mountain National 
Military Park and Cowpens 
National Battlefield Site, $C, 
$150,000 for parking area, roads 
and trails; improvements to 
visitor center, construction of 
three employe residences and 
three utility buildings: and ex- 
pansion of utility systems. 

Moores Creek National Mill 
tary Park, N. C., $110,000 for an 
approach road and self-guiding 
trails; construction of a visitor 
center, two employe resi- 
dences, one utility building and 
utility improvements. 

Adams National Historical 
Site, Mass., $109,000 for acqui- 
sition of adjacent property, 
construction of buildings and 
expansion of utilities. 

Wirth said the estimates in- 
clude cost of land to be ac 
quired to preserve the park 
areas effectively but do not ree 
flect costs of needed increases 
to park staffs. 


ARMY’S Adjutant General's 
Office has given awards to: 
Margaret Bennett, M. J. Yop- 
conka, A. J. Allen, Martha 
Fletcher, Bessie French, R. H. 
Hackett, Ruth McGuire, Freda 
Safran, Ellen Spendrup, Bar- 
bara Williams, Jeanne Cooke. 
R. H. Ratcliff, Mildred Ricks, 
Colean Haley, Ken Stanton, G. 
J. Jenkins, Margaret Nester 
and Mary Stuart... SIGNAL| 
CORPS has given awards to 
B. E. Tennyson, M. M. Reyn- 
olds, Mary Medley and H. L.! 
Casey ... James Ladd is re- 
tiring from Navy’s Supplies & 
Accounts after 40 years’ service | 
with the bureau | 


75-Year-Old Clerk: 
Routs 2 Bandits | 


A T7TS-year-old Bladensburg 


statement by the board might'contingent of. the Third (Old 
be in the works to bolster the’ Guard) Infantry Regiment 
“firm proposal,” which carried out the annual 
Bell said his plan calls for assignment earlier in the week. 
elimination from the company; Today's rites at Arlington 
of the Wolfson group, including | will begin with the march of 
CTC President J. A. B, Broad- yarious participating veterans 
water. Bell said he did not organizations into the amphi- 
know who the new operating|theater at 10:30 with their 
head of the company would be.|colors. A combined honor 
Bell has not talked to transit| guard comprised of units of| 
union officials whose labor con-'the Army Air Force, Navy and 
tract runs out Aug. 14 and /)-arines will take part in this: 
would not comment on their re-| massing of the colors. 
quest for arbitration of labor, Following Secretary Bruck-| 
disputes. er’s address, some 40 organi-' 


400 Pupils Told 


| 


problem followed by~ a film/ 


By Alfred E. Lewis 
showing the growth and effects 


Staff Reporter 


Police Turn Teachers 


Services by Fairfax Ameri-| A truck driver was knocked 
can Legion Post No. 177, with/unconscious in the sub-base- 
Sen. Olin D. Johnston (D-S.C.)|'ment of the main Post Office 
speaking and Wilbert T. Wood-|yesterday when the mechani- 
son, county superintendent of|cally operated tail gate on his 
schools, getting a citizenship/truck slipped and hit him on 
award, 8:30 p. m. the head, police reported. 

Services 11 a. m., Merlands|' James Lewis, 36, of 4015 Ely 
Club, 13001 Georgia ave., Silver pl. se., was admitted for obser- 
Spring. vation at Emergency Hospital, | 

Services sponsored by the where attendants said he was 
Fleet Reserve Association and not in serious condition. Lewis 
featuring Rear Adm. Elton W./ had just made a delivery to the 
Grenfell among the speakers,| Post Office for his employer, 
10:30 a. m., the Watergate,|the Southern Oxygen Co., 2900) 
north end of Memorial Bridge. Kenilworth ave., Bladensburg. | 


of Drug Problem| 


School, Minor Teachers andiby the addict in the film to) 
Washington Missionary Col-| describe the conglomerate of 


public parking lots. 


Set the public hearing on 


the proposed budget for the 


Board of Education for June waht . 2 
14 at 7:30 p.m. in the Richard| -Scaped Convict 


Montgomery High School au-| After 11 months of freedom, 


ditorium in Rockville. The'a Groveton, Va., man was re 
hearing had originally been/| turned to Louisiana State Peni- 
scheduled for June 12. tentiary yesterday as the result 


ee a —— os 
“bs seorge Reitzel Hill, 51, was 
D. C. Urged 
To Save Old 


arrested on a warrant for strike 
Courthouse 


‘ing his wife, Mary Hill. Police 
said a routine investigation dis 

Rep. Frank Thompson Jr. (D- 
N. J.) urged Washington citi- 


closed Hill is wanted by Lou 
isiana State Penitentiary, where 

zens yesterday to get behind his 

efforts to save the old Court of) 


i was serving an eight-year 
‘sentence for theft and forgery, 

Claims Building for a municipal 

art gallery. 


Family Row Trips 


Hill admitted he walked away 
‘from the prison farm about 1] 
‘months ago. 


Let The Shade Shop 


of addiction on a _ teen-aged|lege—with encouraging results.| physical ills attendant on his 
girl, is provided in the schools} The program accents the| craving for the dope. | 
as a part of the science course.| mental and physical deteriora-| When an addict says he has 

“During the year your childition of the addict, the ease|“a 25-pound monkey on my 
has been studying alcohol and|with which the craving can be‘ back,” he means he needs 25 
narcotics,” begins a form letter; acquired and the difficulties! capsules of heroin daily to ease 
to parents asking permission|of cure. | his torment. Another frequent 
for the child’s attendance. “It; When time permits, a ques-| question has to do with the 
is our conviction that it is no|tion-and-answer period is pro-| part the individual student can’ 
longer possible (if it ever were)| vided. |play in cutting down the inci- 
to completely control the con- “The questions asked by the dence of drug addiction, espe- 
tacts and associations of our! youngsters where we have cially among their own school- 
children so that it is both de-| been able to work this period} mates, Gabrys said. 


liquor store clerk, Joseph Dun-| The police department fired 
lap, 6408 39th ave., Hyatts-| another round in its education- 
ville routed two robbers with) a] attack on drug addiction yes- 
shouts yesterday before they /terday with approximately 400 
could get ac store funds. ‘Alice Deal Junior High School 

Dunlap was slugged with a students as the experimental 
blackjack during the holdup at-/| targets. 


tempt at the George Greer | The 50-minute session, con- 
Inquor store, ‘ducted by Capt. Karl McCor- 


4600 Annap-| nick and Detective Sgt. Joseph 
olis rd. 


Congress has before it bills to 
tear down the building at 17th 
st. and Pennsylvania ave. nw. 
and build a new courthouse on’ 
the site. Thompson has spon- 
sored a bill to move the build- 
ing and turn it over to the Dis- 
trict for an art gallery. 

“Citizens of Washington have’ 
a unique opportunity to obtain 


RENOVATE 


Your Blinds 
and Shades 


One-day Service 
on most work 
brought to our plant 


Venetian blinds repainted, 
retaped, parts replaced. 


es ee 
— | 
+ “that... weum 
take increased de- 
votion to that 
cause for which 
they gave the last 


Gabrys, of the Narcotics anes. 
e 


full measure of 
devotion.” 


Buy U. 8S. Savings Bonds 


* Ree ° - ES oe 
Rie ; y, 
8 ; oe 
: 


The pair fled after Dunlap’ 
shouted for help. “Several hun-| 


dred dollars” in cash was un-|year age group described by |them with the known facts|said, “would seem to indicate 
sponsors of the program as the 


touched, police said. 

Police broadcast a lookout 
for two Negroes in dungarees 
driving a car with District tags. 
Dunlap was taken to Prince 
Georges County General Hos- 
pital for treatment of a pos- 


was received attentively by t 


youngsters—all in the 13-to-14- Sirable and necessary to arm) 


concerning these subjects.” 
The police talk and the film) 
is accompanied with a display 
of narcotics and the parapher-| 
nalia addicts use, although) 
actual use of the hypodermics, 
etc., is not demonstrated ex- 


most receptive to the message 
it endeavors to get across. 
Adult opinion on the conduct 
of such sessions in the schools, 
police admit, has been divid- 
ed—but with opposition to it in. 


| consumption. 


into the program,” Gabrys}..“:Anyone who has ever worked 
with the wre¢ked personalities 
and ‘physical shells created by. 
drug’ addiction,” Gabrys ex- 
“After all, we are just. cops| plained, “will tell“you that the 
and the presentation is de-\lament most frequently en- 
signed primarily for adult| countered begins, ‘If I had only 
You might say|known.. .’ 
we are going ahead on a trial; “We're trying to disseminate 


they are getting the thing 


across. 


a great gallery intimately asso- 
ciated with the early life of 
their city and to preserve the 
character of historic Lafayette 
Park,” Thompson said in a state- 
ment inserted in the. Congres- 
sional Record. 

“Unless its citizens move de- 
cisively” the city will lose a 


Window shades washed, 
turned, or replaced. 
Experts Will Call 
and Estimate, 
8 A.M. to 9 P.M, 


Showrooms open #@ to 5:30 
Sat. 8 to 1 


Free Parking 


the minority. Before any stu-) 
dent is exposed to it, he or she! 
must have written consent of a 
parent or guardian. Only four 
Alice .Deal students were 
omitted from yesterday's class 


sibie concussion. 


Today’s Chuckle 
The nicest thing about the 
summer is that it’s always too 


cept cursorily in the film, 
Gabrys said that for the most 
part they have addressed their 
performance to adult groups. 
Their appearance at Alice 
Deal, however, has been pre- 


and error basis with the chil- 
dren. So far we have been 
+ emg gratified with the reac- 
on.” 


that knowledge at the thres-\“venerable landmark,” he said. 
hold, so to speak, in laying it! The building was built as the 
out before these youngsters. If original Corcoran Art Gallery 
We can preperly impress them in 1859 and used by the District 
with the horrors inside the as a municipal gallery for a few 
door, narcotics enforcement years after the Civil War. The 
will have knocked a king-sized Court of Claims moved in nearly 


The Shade Shop 


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


hot to do the things you didn’t 
do last winter because it was 
too cold. 


on parental objection. ceded by school sessions at Ar- 
The session, consisting of an|lington’s Washington-Lee and 
oral presentation of the dope! Wakefield schools, Fairfax High 


S ¥ 


monkey off its back,” 
declared 


' 


of th 
my back” terminology, used 


abrys 60 years ago. Court officials say 


they now need more space. 


\ 


b 
* 


THE WASHINGTON POST and ines HERALD ‘i digs Col. Williamson Dead; $ enayer for Tosksy 
14... |Army Cemetery Chief~ || 2\er ee ‘arent! Gy EPs 

men m abe wenviaes wll be Sel ae 
M d. D emo cr ats’ Hopes B righten Col. Raymond J. Williamson; During World War TI he was devotion by. death," but the ee al 


USA (ret.), 61, officer in charge’ 
8 chief of the Armed Forces Mo- today reeommit ourselves to PARKHILL, | tata a, 


of the Arlington National Cem-' tion Picture Service.|He also|| the task of freedom and 


soon, until his retirement in loved husbe: 
er Bitter Convention oe retain ir "|i in juan || Oe? 
day in .Walter § : ltween Army ground forces and||eousness through a living|| Charlotte C. Robs 
Reed Army ”™ ‘Air Corps from 1943-46. sacrifice. in the process of|| {iin i "Se Nouce of funeral later, 
Ry Frank R. Kent Jr - - Hospital after | | | Durigg his 38 years in the! |iving. May we so live that PERATINO, EDOXIA. On Tuesda 
y ‘ : te CD EG . | a long illness. "8% '\Army, Col. Williamson had| these shall not have died in|) at her reeldence” ain 
Stall Reporter | Pe P Br . Petes ” see eee Col. William- # taught military science and. vain: through Christ. Amen. a a 
Maryland Democrats yester- a rr. ) —t— FB Ria he Oe , son, one of the . tactics at Knox College, Gales —The Late John S. Stamm || 
day surveyed the results of « ye Ale ee ; nan 060 C [Sse first of the Of- | “te burg, Ill. and Wentworth Mil-) Kansas City, Mo., bishop-| | 


their state convention and . re 3 gh $ ” ficer Trainin i ‘it emeritus, Evangelical United 
agreed that Millard £. Ty- ; = | bs: Sl a“ Corps onde et ee ' ‘He 7 searvited' be hit” a Brethren Church. 
dyings chances for election as; ig , ates, was com- A ay | Nan Williamson, of their home| | <coprrignt 1956 by the Divicion 
Senator in November had been : “s missioned in ‘in Pala Sola Park, Bradenton,| of Chris ot the Bucs ation. ational 
strengthened. 1917. He had oon 'Fla.; a daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Coupeil ¢ 0 urches © 
Ironically enough, .this con- : been officer in ee * 1Giheen: Tuscon, Ariz.:.& don. 

| rs — : | | charge at Arlington for seven Richard T., of Dexel Hill, Pa., ’ 


clusion was reached after 
every leading Tydings sup- years prior to his retirement, and five grandchildren. 
and was awarded the Legion of| A requiem mass will be of-'ro.erra CATHERINE. In, loving 


porter had fallen victim to the + -F . 

forces of George P. Mahoney 7k Merit for his work in the re- fered at 10 a. m. Thursday at) memory, of our beloved mother and) 

whom Tydings defeated by a , | si? [_ |patriation of American war Fort Myer Chapel, with burial) Sho passed” CATHERINE TOLETTA 
Bb. -see, =a dead. lin Arlington, age 


in Memoriam roe a 


, 7 


> 


on Cemetery. Family requests that 


veare rememberea joy. blooms fair, 
The Mahoney camp went to) ers: ee a a 
: Si el? ROSE AND JOSEPH SCIMONELLI 
lete control of the party ma-| ' sn h . . 
jainers By the cians it was! —— oi B Reds Di F ] t B sea. 406 aote Warrenton.| Qn Sunday, Ma: 
y. By | | re , » f C$ lneral to be beck Ree Manche kanth Re, BareD A. Roney st liar 
a , as ’ ee | ori ‘ " : a Sd. 
tical heads of practically every) ; 
Tydings > “ee , os f we,' 
~ ¥ ae Vea . an 2 <<. we oner of the Chinese Commu- 4 Chajidier, former valuation 
hat Tydings had benefitied ; 
: ryding veel Gtaff Photo | deaux. France _ |ternal Revenue, will be held at BAILEY. ELIZABETH MARION. On 
| Transport, Inc. Congregational Church, West- a4 * i> ae. , +. be oved Aupeend 5 of 
. rs a nm } r reer atl 
pointed out that Ma- 


rimary. | " . ¥ i 
P y asain —— 5 pibamemaat aaa You mory. dearest mothe “ 
work immediately after the) aiid . " deste. ae | Ss 2 % ee . In ment cig niil Cemetery Me- 
election, and Monday's con-| oo gh ok RS eR Nia, eee Flier Freed B A: Ch dl Bird y, June 10. af 4 » Chris 
3 x . A. Chandler etttignls tinted ial Sele 
through, the Mahoney guillo-| — es 
| irginia Wilburn. and Betty R 
In France Held Today | == Pans ‘ler 
leader in what is known as the ane Sempese. Kreenge ane teenives 
Va Pe 
Bs on 
In spite of this, politicians| brterian Churen_ 
nists for nearly six years, has 4 at i 
mitted. Contributions may!  elatives . riends are invi tee 
Moun livet 
more through the massacre of| Ait 2 p.m. today at Westmoreland at Doctor —_ ROSENBERGER, | LOU Ts . on », 
tually had wom control of the, this bridge over Cedar Lane in Bethesda a new construction contract. 
| spokesman said /moreland Circle. 
0 
. . . ; Mary . 
, and State Comptroller B h d 9 | C d B id was en route to ere | . ter of Miss Mai 
J. Millard Tawes, who wants to ef esaia Ss | one y edar | ane ri 44 special assist: fmt “4 |merle st., Westmoreland Hills) §* 8¥-,0n Thursday. May 


narrow margin in the May 7 
In memory's lovely garden 
mem 
Is “the brightest blossom there 
vention found them in com- oP Fs ge waht > Stag See 
. bs ti. 5, Oe ee, genty, on ROONEY. THOMAS JOSEPH. Fue 
tine had lopped off the polli- 
“Old Guard” which supported i ae . | a: | H 
" | a 7 es tue. A a oF , | .» Lawrence R. Buol, 35, a pris- Funeral services for Bernard| ices will be held 
os | . Bresbrierian ¢ 
t) tions yesterday felt) Bimmeas™ «a «the ; Oe rie = ' , 
in both factions ye y ~ a te mnt . died of a heart attack near Bor- ©"8!meer for the Bureau of In- fomsis, "tothe Heart Puna. tten nterment. 
his supporters than if they ac- After standing alone for nearly a year, | will soon be linked with a highway under _ A Civil Moti , 1296, AL provider | boar 
convention ’  Buol ‘lot 
vol, a_ pilot, , 
Mr. Chandler, 71, died Mon- 
; 958 | 
be Governor in 1958, now are aoe her abe chee Md. om parking fect 


j ontrol of the part : ‘ 
in official ¢ nf re A native of New Gloucester. BOWLER. MUBERT t LayrNGsTo! NE 


and 
Some Tydings leaders feel that “ h d d ( president of a lus ne i sor , 
by had b feated, Ma- . t t | y CAT opera- . Me., he was a graduate of the 1 Wa 
Bony pee Bh gen oy Same’ ( e e Oo e a ¢ ing I way tions. ; nis: samete’ * Maine a took) § ne. HUBERT NI sere ONE ROSENBERG eR. a Membe 
. is master’s degree in forestry . bel o G+ 
vented their spleen‘by sabotag He stopped Br Buel Ne . , Columbus 
ing the Democratic candidate) The new four-lane bridge! While the road is aon way will be started before the in France to + at bt ys mamewrn He a ned of Geath | o 
in the coming election. _ jacross Cedar Lane in Bethesda’ qubbed a belt highway it coin- end of 1958. visit Frenchmen who had been 1980 pow Sti meer meray: Ae Mrs. f. J. 
With Mahoney and Tawes in soon will have a highway to cides with the Washington Na- In this section, at Tucker- ‘™prisoned with him, the sulti . ‘ 4 ‘ children ee -| pe id ral 
the saddle, however, politicians go with it after standing alone tional pike The belt highway man le., will be the junction of spokesman said. Buol was cap- ng ae al er and engineer- ne » riend: say call at 3 ; 2 y Pennsyivanis ave. se. a 
say the spotlight is on them and|for nearly a year, © iy ae eventually at a ‘he southwest leg of the pike on by the Communists in me ee r ee fre uesday, May 29. 2.0, .-,NICOLO CaTUCCL G 
responsibility for a victory over’ Roland E. Jones, district en- t near the Connecticut ay and the southeast leg which 1950 when his plane crashed nh active cnure worker, e unti a. ~~ a «ee ws SEGRETI, BEN. gb he ~ 
Republican John Marshall But-/gineer for the Maryland State Canam > sain tina elie wa will carry traffic to Rockville ¢@t Kunming. He was re- WaS a former member of the m.. et Central Methodist Church. | 3 ‘ 
ler in November rests squarely | Roads Commission, said yester- | oro cawerda shee Tihetriet pike and beyond. The south. 'eased last September. tone gs deacons at Westmore- * “Continding service end 
on their shoulders. day the contract has been The soseratinn int a ae west leg will lead to Seven Buol’s wife who contributed 4D ongregational’ Church, nernin ft Oak Grove Amor. fatne 
Montgomery and Prince awarded for the construction © sep po Locks rd. and eventually the to his release with a steady Will be ap reciated for the Arlington | Segre'i. brother of Mrs, 
Georges County leaders were Of the first section of the cir- er me pornos Wash. Proposed Cabin John bridge. "OW of letters to the State Leah H. Manbeck Moa yong ae wee penny “? chia ae py 
| ; ‘ay Another section of the Wash- ’ , a. N. WA spec! clave| Gregory ° ret 
among those who felt the sting cumferential belt highway oe ington National pike is due to| In a bid opening yesterday. Department, the United Na- Wor Brishtwood Commandery rCail at the 8H. Hines Co 


, lew , tions and to officials in Com.- No. 6. Knights Tem i 
0 tribution from the Ma- tween Rockville pike and Con haa n Co Leah Hummel Manbeck, 85, pla 
A ye Monday. Both necticut ave. extended. be advertised for bids before ri saggy = Inc., “ funist China,’ was- en route called for Wetnesday. May 
. ; July 1. This section would ex- >4!timore, was the apparent to France to meet her husband 


" ’ 


Ar-| Ar! 
love 


mother of Jesse Manbeck, 


Ty . | The highway will have inter- : 
ae etietes in the aon oll sp changes at Rockville pike near tend the pike from the present low sper 3 a cae poi Pa “ and go to Formosa with him. former president of Columbia) 
For the first time since 1924, Pook’s Hill, at Connecticut ave. end of construction at pita wf. |precect otiing oeone hag erem Now, the spokesman said, she Typographical Union 101 and a past ting funeral POs 
‘near Rock Creek and at the near Rockville to Montrose of the Connecticut ave. bridge wj}) ‘go to Stockto n. Calif GEOR AVIS. Fe , 
Be ee, ee sober Lane bridge ave. over the Baltimore & Ohio Rail- where Buol’s body is to be aeeregne ty vecbing Nero mer E BLOOD. Recorder SHEAY. RALPH MAURICE 
~ 4 . > 4 . ecorcer re . S ¥ y , 
pon sn haga sat gu 00 5 Gale Low bidder for the construc-) Jones said right-of-way engi-Toad in Kensington. ; taken for burial. Post and Times Herald, died ssown, waps 7. — A special comm- ¥ Naval ne pate 
wate to the party's national|tion of the 1.2 miles of four- neers are in the process of buy-| The present 36-foot wide. Monday in Harrisburg, Pa. She picatien of Zetwertn, Lodge ro} 
pe «A in Chicago lane road was John H. Ensey, ing up land needed for the pike: steel beam bridge will be re Lt. Richard § had been in ill health for a num-| ¢ Thursday, vay 31 Kc 
Sire Margaret C Schwein- Inc,. of Baltimore, with a bid now. sesh soar gad Brig ok piay r icnarad Stewart lber of vears 3G me 3 pisofes, the funeral of our ye N.Y Prien 
ws oe h ontrose ave.-Roc e each lane of which wi ' ' ' 7 me: & "Weshtnaten at. maee 
of $980,475. It is scheduled for The Montr av v Lt. (j.g.) Richard H. Stewart,! “Mrs. Manbeck was a deseend-| S|. ae Paster H | A . 


haut. chairman of the county 
by the fall of 1957. pike section of the a feet wide. ; , NA 
to the state conven-/Completion a Nav air- mmels-| ©. C POIUTCHINGON, Secrétar 
delegates y flight instructor of Fair ant of the founder of Hu els cageWELL. WALTER " Py Monday Live: 


tion in Baltimore and one of | cheputidibioenen 

der in the “rebel” , 
movement again eee ta d Mi A led, rr S. R he his plane crashed about 10 captain. Her father-in-law ‘ell. in McKenzie. Edwin| 239. 1956 at 1} sid ses Re 
May 7 primary wes named as 2 arria e nnul Oo rts, | miles north of served several terms as mayor Mine & my My ay Ww Bs + ts a 
Pensacola, of Hummelstown and a sister. 1661 Good Hope rd se. gn. Thur sday 


an alternate from the Fifth 
Fila. He was Barbara Hummel, served 10!) Mary's ‘cal 


the pur 


oma. Cemeter 


© . ae ba ary . ; 
The daughter of a Union Army’ eedy, Edwin G. Casswell Joseph SKIDMORE, EARI. n Tuesday, Moy 


Congressional District. Mont-| ) }kid more 

gomery is in the Sixth. Frank Engineer at (23 years as postmistress of the wil A ee Noti 

Morris, another. Montgomery l OW Ss iS ension Lt. Stew art . town. serment ehuren somete ty STEIN. MARY A 1 Monday, May 28 

delegate was named as an alter- was the only @ , Besides Jesse Manbeck, who CHANDLER, BERNARD ~ , Suddenty ‘a. Shen et bon 

nate from the Sixth. These Gun Factorv son of Mr, and /@ | jresides at 2601 Woodley pl., she| residemee, $192 Aipemiazie si. we t- Fred GO Bi aR ot Hives Geeua ; 

were the county's only two; The widow of a Geceratediallowed to revert to her name - bow sefeyyng wea ~©6 is survived by her sister, Bar-| CHANDL.  Detoved puctend of Lol) ris , Ms 
S. e n. -_ >Wart, ; , ‘omer andusky. Ohi rvic®s ab the &, 

"i. Schweinhaut said she| World wee. Navy ere ee by Washington F. Stuart Roberts, os eee Cavalier drive, %> _ din” Bebres “rami fier, Barrincton, R..1'; broth v. on ft estaee , ia ~~ ot. 

had been approached by Ma-|Pe@ ed yesterday to the Board Attorney Arthur E. Tarantino, —. age! . 2 Me aval’ in the Bucknell # Hilda Maling and Helen Smith’ hs. Kis interment 

honey supporters prior to the|of Veterans Appeals of the Vet- Mrs. Stephenson appealed to/qus.ce Waenington Univesity anor area fim, all of Philadelphia; a son,| Shuserts sve. De 

convention with an offer of\erans Administration for rein- the VA's Philadelphia office Hospital oe “oy ore pr te gad south of Alex- 4, Stewart (Charles Manbeck of New York,| $7, May 30. at 2 p. m. Interment 

backing for the post of Na \ctatement of her pension rights for reinstatement of the wid- ites x ciate aaael mn andria and three grandchildren. SAPPELLE. WILLIAM H. On Tuesdes 

ticnal Committeewoman in ex-\- 11.5 = Federal Court an- ion she had received 4. Naval Gun F . . ee: bh q_.,j1¢ entered the Navy in 1954) Services and burial will be | 

change for the support of her . until her second marriage. thse ay » og _ yf € Nee after completing his Naval Re- held Friday in Hummelstown.| 

delegation but refused. nulment of her second mar towever, the appeal was de- **'YS@ ™ the Army from 1937 serve Officers Training Corps | 

Prince Georges County, riage. nied. 4 sec ~ as native = program at the University of | ot Me 1en: ail x 30 B 

which also gave Tyding a heavy, The unusual case involves, The VA office decided tHat het “4 ‘Wilk — a Southern California. He had Clarence Tormoen Rites | Shoaresjer st Annsscls, Ma THOMPSON a Monday, iey 

majority was frozen out of the pejenita K Stephenson, 3403 M for purposes of the pension wae a lbee at Fania Vinten. majored in physics and mathe Funeral services will be held DRISCOLL. posers x © Pn gg tae Te,” 

national corivention entirely st. nw., whose husband, Lt. the annulment was not valid i 2nq George W ashington matics, and had been a flight at 3 p. m. Friday at Ft. Myer) is Te dence. 2651 W. 


Woodley 
During the convention the Cdr. Richard D. Stephenson, a since the grounds were not .. * ioe ; instructor since November at Chapel for Clarence oO. Tor-| Lore. JOHN DRISCOLL. hust a ¢ 
Mahoney Forces were well or- Naya] Academy graduate,’ won recognized in New York where eae oo A sie Bon are SF aan, Gaeemans $0 the Cocretary| 7 Lane 
Lt. Stewart's mother said of the Treasury, who died of a | 


ganized and held all the cards. g posthumous Distinguished the second marriage took place. School, Silver Spring. 

One of their ventions veh — Flying Cross for bravery dur-| Yesterday Tarantino argued Surviving is his wife, Mation that a son eo to — heart attack Monday at his of- 
res an s 

vr ag ey’ : ¥ ton : © ing the invasion of Sicily in before the Veterans Board of « S. Roberts. of the home addtess. ae ara ges a fy” is fice in the Treasury. residence where prazers 4. Ar A 

r. who for the first time since June 1943. He was killed dur- Appeals that the: decision of ; oan Geaneen ane Silver tour of duty, and was to have; Burial will be in Arlington! | be offere noma: ervices wi be d ” = funeral 

1928 will not go to the Ma- ing the action. the Philadelphia office was not reece bares pw ms. ot a been sent to the Massachusetts Cemetery with military honors.| Apostle Catholic Charen. 27th st, and)  terment oe ae ” 

tional convention as a dele- Mrs. Stephenson, mother of valid and cited three cases pote Sh Leslie el gh ithe Institute of Technology by the Mr. Tormoen was a colonel in | ent theunt Guves Comcuesy. TORMOEN, CEARENCE. 0. On Monday, 


gate. Another was Philip B. three boys, subsequently be- which he said supported the Navy, for further study. the Army and served during GIBSON, REID A. On Tuesday 
: y home address. He is also sur-|" 1¢ Stewart's father is a re- World War I & : Get 


Perlman, former U. 5S. Soli- came the wife of Francis M. plaintiff's contention that won , 
citor General who has been a Hine. in New Rochelle. N. Y. seow of the nature represent- pag Mh. 3 brother and sister ..arch chemist for the Atlantic! Mr. Tormoen, 52, also er 
delegate over a long period in 1946. She claimed, however, ed had been used as grounds py sPnor veo aig buriel will be Research Corp. as personnel security officer’! 
of years. that Hine misrepresented his'for annulment in New York h ld Friday in Wilkes-Barre. A |in the Treasury and was a mem-| ; rlende tan aa ni 

Lane also was rebuffed on state of health and finances and State. “ ri A ont 41] ag id | ber of the bar of the United! ‘S! ? ore @. Fones. Mrs. Hein) 1756 Pennsyivania ave nw (courtesy 
the convention floor when he last June won an annulment de- The Board of Appeals took my aang Reg oy Ch Ce Deaths Elsewhere ‘States Supreme Court, the hn KR. and ! V. Gibson.| held at Port My bapel. on Friday. 
pleaded that the delegates heed ‘cree from Federal Judge James the case under consideration oS Pe. « : Ch ' Any _ Ada Galsworthy, 89. widow American Bar Association, the Sean | Ge ae ph ters on 
a request by Tydings to recess. R. Kirkland. The decree legal- and a decision was expected S™¢8#tona Uren, ©/4V CT! of British author John Gals-|Minnesota Bar Association. the| * ‘ iit be held on) tional 
Tydings, ill from abscessed ly wiped out the record of the within the next week, Taran- aes worthy, whom she married in New York State Bar Associa-| ment Fort Lincoln Cemetery ae oh. Tose: Sh¢4ent 7 ee re 
teeth, asked for a postpone- second marriage and she was tino said. (1905, was the Irene in “The tion and the United States Mili- Sa WHLLIAM. On Sunday. Me rove, Md. ov DH. WELLA. 
ment in order to prevent just) _ ; aie Charles G. Peyton Forsyte Saga,” one of her hus- tary Court of Appeals. He| ; evy Chase. Ba CLAM he iate 6 R. an 
such a bitter blood-ietting as | Charles G. Peyton, 82, for- band’s best-known works; in served as general counsel for | 
occurred mer manager of the Bartlett Torquay, England. the Pi Kappa Alpha social) 

Even Brooke Lee's wife fell Phail, former baseball ening Frank E. Carpenter |\Hayward Division of the Kop T. J. Knight, 95, last surviv- fraternity. 


tive, $2500; Thomas S. Nich og : , : 
victim to the Mahoney whitl- executive of Mathieson ow CLARKSBURG, W. Va., May pers Co. in New York, died ing son of Capt. Newt Knight Mr. Tormoen, who formerly, 
wind. When the delegates to ;..: Co $9000: and E. Brooke F EC di Monday at his home, 335 N. i, heined found the “free Practiced law in Duluth, was a) 
the national convention cau-'iee of Montgomery County 29 »—Frank E. Carpenter, €di-\r ittie Falls rd., Falls Church. ee Ae oe during the Civil|224 degree Mason and chair- of Her- 
cussed to select their National $1000. . . * tor and sporis editor of the Mr. Peyton was born in War in which Capt Knight and man of the 8th District for the iis Hue Chicago. Ti! a Re and WELLS. or Ip ate tad ser ef th 
Committeeman and Committee-| 4 $100.a-plate dinner pro- Clarksburg Telegram, collapsed Sweet Springs, Va., the son Of pi- cunporters ceceded their Republican Party in Minnesota) ‘i aprendchilaren. Services 3 elation of mir a . 
woman, Mrs. Nina Lee was @ duced $23,813.69. and died while at work today. |Maj. Gen. Charles F. Peyton, a), _ ty dowts County. Miss. (°F eight years. POR, AR of the’ pesteg ‘oat OF 
candidate for the latter post. The largest expenditures in| pe was 46 last March 8 Civil War veteran, and Sara ovens the Conleder hes: in ce, OF econ. Torkine Seow In- 
The Mahoney-selected dele-| political subdivisions were $12.- gms RP , Bramham Peyton. Laurel, Miss |KENGLA. MARY OZELLA. (nce Schnet- 
gates chose Dr. Mildred Oten- 500 each in the Fourth and Fifth —_— “On Monday, Mav 28. 1956 


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asek of Baltimore by a vote of districts of Baltimore City, Work about 6 a. m., his usual years ago and has lived in Dr. Damaso de Rivas, 81, for- j oda *s lane. Olney Mi ZF ne nen ob Sin pursday. 
17 to 9. The delegates. also They were the only two of six time. and was talking. on the Falls Church for the last eight mer professor of pathology at i ; ' ° pt a, R Ren-| Ghurth Ced Grove. Md. whepe 
named Michael J. Birmingham Baltimore districts won by telephone when he suddenly 7¢#™® the University of Pennsylvania : , ae om rment 
National Committeeman, and Tydings over George P. Ma- P y He is survived by two sons, ] edieal College and interna | pe at the ’ ; : Robest L JENKING, 
Tawes delegation chairman. honey. slumped to the floor. Gordon P. Peyton, 1223 S. 26th tionally-recognized authority on vents | ey RICHARD A. BORTON. Secretary 

The chief indignity, however, Other expenditures listed for|' He was alone in the editorial rd. Arlington, and Charles G. tropical diseases, served .as a | = hurch. Massachycetts | and eis: warregener afar da it EDELEN, 
was reserved for D’Alesandro. counties were: room at the time. Composing Peyton Jr., Shevetort, La:; member of the International | 2. Oh,71.8. mt Relatives and friends fe izapirn Bib nxvill 
The Mahoney men had not for-, Anne Arundel, $3000: Balti- room employes found Mr. Car- a brother, James G. Peyton, Council of the World Court). (Schedule of Memorial Day | LANE. CHARLES E. On Sunday. May 27.) BE 0 1 set 
gotten 1952 when the conven- more, $2700; Allegany, $2600; penter, probably a minute after Denver, Colo., and two grand- League to the Paris Peace Con-' events on Page 27.) it 


tion, then controlled by most Erederick, $1800; Dorchester, the attack. Déath was believed sons. ference after World War 1; in : : 
of Monday's victims, stripped $900; Garrett, $600; Howard, due to a heart attack. | Graceside dear pig Tallahassee, Fla. | ae scheduled “y today ; 
their leader of his office of Na- $500; Prince Georges, $350;, Among Carpenter's survivors held at noon Thursday at Hol-, : (asteris ugtes event is open) & Mrs | 
tional Committeeman and gave Kent, $300; St. Mary's, $300; are his widow, Hanna, and a'lywood Cemetery, Richmond,|_ James H. Fow as ie Sones to the public): Rea en Mra bs In Serban June x 
the post to D’Alesandro. Somerset, $300; Charles, $250; son, Frank E. Carpenter Jr. ‘Va. be Solitical seniinn: tu; Sia hae sini end Calvin D. Martin. He also is terment ‘Bt. Mary's Cem notes. Seoul 
Mahoney partisans on Mon- Carroll, $175; Caroline, $150. many sey, was with the Jersey City), a ae for Eisenhower, Hotel Stat- pt sressceap at ay cai] ai WILLIAMSON RAY none J. 

day also remembered that New Service: in Rutherford,|. *Silverbrook Methodist Church. git: the Ives Puneral Pome where Wils us 9 rey Liauaee Chat Hale 
D’Alesandro had been instru- . N ree de. See saree. 1d MOND J. WILLIA MSON of .2609 Ni 


mental in getting Tydings to County Schedules omg W eather Summary “>, “a . Johann Radon, 68, noted SPECIAL EVENTS 


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enter the pg which he woe | Aid to All- puerpien. dinner-dance. 
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on a popular majority of ing olitical Meets Ares: vara Winds: Southerly at 15 to 20 miles an Hotician: in Vienna. vert “Bea ead Life, outing. Cal- 


proximately 6000 while tie 
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Mahoney in the unit vote "6 Civie and political groups {: aitermoon or. nigh sd me tell << a ne Prof. Hermann Abendroth, | ele CONVENTIONS 
to 76, Tiso in mind was the). Ar] Partly eudy end war Tye | Accumulated deficiency of temperature 73, leading East German con-|,,Amgrican, Booksellers Association. 
possibility that D’Alesandro in Arlington County will spon- a Ss at 4D. * °) since = 1, = = oo “oo iclenevy ductor and permanent chief of international att and Trade 
: avi. 1 degrees ccumu- oc on. eraton-Par ole 
might run for Governor in 1958 Sor a series of meetings this a Mary la Torii cieeG?, oat) since May 1. 19 of precipitation umu-\the Weimar State Orchestra, Mireur aoe Le nt bye 
and hence endanger Tawes’ as-'fall at which congressional and {2 siterngon and night. high trom fe) Jan. 3, 1956. 399 pe inches |held the title of director gen-\,.7¢ el a2 ee 
pirations. ‘county board candidates will genta ed rather warm with a few scat- Temperature one year seo: High. 78 eral of music and won an East Statler # otel Pithrousl | June 1) ch ae ES m. stom 
; eViret in Ovens Partly cloudy, | *sTees: low. 66 cenrces $248 German national price; in Ber-| q a 0: Ls ng ' — | National Cemetery. Priei 
Tydings Campaign speak. | warmer: with high fre m 78 to 84 except - Sua. ve and Totes: Guy. Mots 8: lin. | tl rmoriaim MeC WILLIAM  O. s. | oe ane Tari cuners) 4 
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5.99 vndidates Meokin we dae stag Set Sak tothe Reeeier~-Becteatt Wise. fi:28-9 2% nT Johannes Joeregensen, 90, POMEL FILOMENA, (nee Crscens aE De Rote 
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Cost $108,645. ‘Candidates’ Meetings for 1956 ‘itm ‘with scattered showers mostly in! 7:47 B. * The ePotomic Rivet alone famed Danish writer, of a cere-| Mimi. who passed away May 30, 1951.| of Kathryn 'M McCreary, father of DE A THS 
was formed Mo d th M south palls is ceear TPs ‘bral hemorrhage; in Svendborg Though her smile is gone forever William, _wietonie and. Linda Mc- sean —-—— 
BALTIMORE, May 29 .»—lIt nday wi rs. ’ uch, Creary. of Mrs. William H. Me- 


. m., : ' prother of Mrs. Eva He a come 
> er $108, 645.99 7 E. —e Peter Henle, president of the Temperatures and rain for 24 hours ending ’ thugs Tecomay Denmark. Of the deter we lovd so much ws ori > Estep riends er call hose co ges pwd 5 
ydings to stage his successiul League of Women Voters, : 


Pree. BROTHERS, VINCE, PAT, WILLIE. Paty Rey Ky rer 
campaign for the Democratic .jected as chairman. The meet- {i 
nomination to the Senate and Albuaueraue 
ings will follow the pattern of Alpena 


Chapel on Thursday. May 31. at 1! " ww 
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° years ago HOVES. coun pansy SR.. of 407 | Meheovs, 
4 st. ne. May 24, i ‘ | Hale. Thaddeus U 
to borrow $5750 from Bruce Years, she said. Ssnevine In Alexandria for fox” the rears 9 come. be pets es : | Troop, Rese b 
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te pay ai its bills for the May ings are: League “of ‘Women ileze 1p 4 4S minute meeting whlch) gg, bl ste dap aE Ry 7p peed es Saar 
have set a local reco ‘st.| George a fer, ines 
i y, according to a fi-;| Voters, American Association /may Mor st g 
rec gyt Psa filed today. of University Women, Civic: . for brevity, the Alexandria ie ns Bintaett's Cede ak Expressive flora} | tri 
‘| Council last night decided the 4 ot, ‘17 * phone orders also ee 
ag ‘dlr we eg phi. iva Be pri. Council of new Francis Hammond High|, rer eee dt 
Besides his loan, Livie do-} 's. Bnei Br rlington 33 nor. N. 
fated $2175. Tydings himself| Independent Movement, | School should be the polling |” ther im ‘char 
spent $5000 and his relatives tonians for a Better unty, 
ahineed in $11,500. }emocratic. Committee, Ar- 
Other large donors included ce Education Association, 


* place for Eighth Ward voters. , rt. a! 
‘ ore. pi J. WILLIAM LEE’S SONS co. 
44 After disposing of several rou And co MacDonald” vert rgie’ Bize . FUNERAL HOME 
J. Newton Brewer of Montgom-|and the Williams and 
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1956 


NEW ADMINISTRATION—Mrs. Hollis 
Imes was installed yesterday as president 
of the D. C. Federation of Women's Clubs, 
composed of 28 clubs in the Washingtén 
area. Here she is seen making a brief in- 


sete’ 


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augural talk. 
stalling officer, 
executive director, General Federation of 
Women's Clubs. 


By Norman Driscoll. Staff Photographer 


In the background is the in- 
Mrs. Stephen Nicholas, 


Mrs. Hollis Imes Is Elected 


MRS. HOLLLIS Lamar 
Imes of the Columbia Arts 
Club was yesterday elected 
president of the D. C. Federa- 
tion of Women’s Clubs 

In the balloting conducted 
at the Willard Hotel, 87 votes 
were cast for Mrs. Imes and 
78 for the one other contest- 
ant ft@ the office—Mrs. T. 
David Gates of the Takoma 
Park Women's Club 

The gavel was handed over 
fo Mrs. Imes by outgoing 
president, Mrs. Arthur Davis. 


Mrs. Stephen Nicholas, ex- 
ecutive director of the Gen- 
eral Federation of Women's 
Clubs, conducted the instal- 
lation of the new president 
and her fellow officers. 


THEY include: 

First vice president, Mrs. 
Constante V. Batoon; second 
vice presidetit, Mrs. Harry 
Schnabel: recording secre- 
tary, Mrs. John R. Thomas; 
corresponding secretary, Mrs. 
Ernest Gore; treasurer, Mrs. 
Flora Weber. 


EACH. of the 28 member 
clubs of the District Federa- 
tion was permitted a mini- 
mum of three voting dele- 
gates with additional dele- 
gates allotted according to 
its size. 

At the installation § cere- 
mony marking the close of 
the two<lay annual meeting 
yesterday, the pin of a past 
president was presented to 
oe Davis by Mrs. Charles 
H. Pierce. 


29 


Town Topics 


Society Moves Out-of-Doors 


By Marie McNair 

GEORGETOWN’S gardens 
are the gathering place for 
Parties in the spring 

Yesterday Mr. and Mrs 
William os 
Foster enter- 
tained at a 
cocktail par- 
ty at their 
house, the 
left wing of 
Friendship, 
which was 
Evalyn 
Walsh Mce- 
Lean's house a) ot 
until her pe 
death. And a Birs. MeNair 
number of guests who had 
been there first came on to 
Mr. and Mrs, Judson Bowles’ 
house on Dent pl. to find all 
their friends assembled on 
the porch in the two level. 
bricked garden below. 

Juddy and Maggie Bowles 
have made their “backyard” 
into an informal, formal gar- 
den. Rows of pink and white 

aniums border the top 
evel] terrace. Masses of ivy 
edge the brick steps down to 
the lower level where a brace 
of rose trees have sent forth 
giant pale ivory and pink 
blossoms. 

“A lot of work has gone 
Into this garden” said a guest, 
and Maggie Bowles admitted 
that with some help, it was 
hers. But she was quick to 
give credit where credit was 
due and said that her hus- 
band was good at working it 
on week-ends. 


MR. AND MRS. Leslie Bif- 
fle and Mr. and Mrs. James 
Purdy had been first to the 
Foster's party. The first guests 
arriving at the Bowles’ house 
were met by their miniature 
pinscher, Tillie, who gave 
everyone a noisy welcome, 
with a feeble assist from Effie 
the daschshund. 


Largely, it was a party for | 


Juddy and Maggie Bowles’ 
old friends. 

There were the fogmer 
Costa Rican Ambassador and 
Senora de Oreamuno, Mrs. 
William Beverly Mason, 
Kathleen Watson and Jerry 
Chase, who came early. There 
was still another Georgetown 
party yesterday afternoon, 
Jerry learned as he was park-” 
ng. his car. 

. The Warren Stephensons 
drove up into a parking space 
and after greetings were ex- 
changed, Emma Stephenson 
said, “Well, I guess we're all 
going to the same place and 


the three walked along the , 


aay together. 


“Yes, I guess we are,” Jerry 
agreed The Stephensons 
turned in to a doorway. Jerry 
followed. And then he looked 
up, discovered it was the 
wrong address. 


MAJ. GEN. and Mrs. Leigh 
Wade were there and others 
moving from one chatting 
group to another were Mr. 
and Mrs. Robert C. Jones 
who are leaving next week 
for a fortnight at The 
Homestead at Hot Springs: 
Mrs. Thompson Montgom- 
ery, Mr. and Mrs. James 
Cromwell, Mrs. Randall 
Hagner Dr. and Mrs. Irving 
Brotman, Capt. and Mrs. 
John P. Jackson and former 
Ambassador, Robert Guggen- 
heim. 4 

Mrs. Meade Fletcher's 
pink feather hat, just match- 
ed the geraniums. Mrs. 
Bowles’ chartreuse and 
green print was just right 
in the green garden. 

Saw Mrs. Richard Cutts. 
Dolly Corbin, Hank Fort and 
her fiance, Bill Brend: and 
Fay Lewishon who was in- 
troducing a very old and 
dear friend, Mrs. William 
Krauss who now lives in Del 
Ray, Fla., and is on her way 
to. New York with Mr. 
Krauss. 

Mrs. Edward McKinney 
Hunt and Mr. and Mrs. Rich- 
ard Hunt were there and. 
for more, there were Jimmy 


and Dorothy Clark, Col. and 
Mrs. Hunter Drum, John 
Shields who was taking off 
for the Wild Goose Club's 
formal and final dinner of 
the season at the Westches- 
ter Mr. and Mrs. John 
Davis, Jack Logan, who's 
going to New Mexico to re- 
ceive an honorary college 
degree; Larry Bungardeanu, 
t.e Lee Murphys and Donald 
Downs. 


Dinner at Eight: 


THE ARGENTINE Ambas- 
sador and Senora de Vicchi 
were hosts at dinner last 
evening at the embassy. 


DANIEL W. Bell, former 
Under Secretary of the 
Treasury, and Mrs. Bell, er- 
tertained at dinner last eve- 
ning at the Metropolitan 
Club as a farewell to Brig. 
Gen. Stoyte O. Ross, retiring 
Commander, Headquarters 
Command, USAF, and Mrs. 


' Ross. General Ross has been 


named chief of the Military 
Assistance Advisory Group 
in Denmark, and he and Mrs. 
Ross will leave in mid-June. 

The Danish Ambassador 
and Mme. de Kauffman were 
among the 36 guests. Others 
included the South African 
Ambassador and Mrs. J. E. 
Holloway, Secretary of the 
Air Force and Mrs. Donald 


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Auditorium 
Funds Are 
Important 


By Eileen Summers 


MRS. EUGENE MEYER, 
chairman of the District: 
Auditorium Commission, yes- 
terday warned Congress that 
unless it grants the Com- 
mission operating funds by 
July 1, “we cannot maintain 
the enthusiasm of the plan- 
ning board.” 

She added: “Indeed, the in- 
terest of the Commission it- 
self will lag.” 

Mrs. Meyer, wife of the 
chairman of the board of The 
Washington Post Company, 
was a speaker at the annual 
meeting yesterday at the Wil- 
lard Hotel of the D. C. Fed- 
eration of Women’s Clubs. 
She outlined the work so far 
of the federally-appointed 
Commission charged with the 
task of planning a civic audi- 
torium and cultural center 
for Washington. 


MRS. MEYER explained 
that the Commission was 
originally directed to report 
on its work to Congress by 
last Feb. 1. But it suspended 
operations in March when 
Congress disallowed its first 
appropriations request for 

, Subsequently, the 
life of the Commission was 
extended to next Feb. 1. 

Yesterday, before the 
House District Subcommittee 
on Appropriations Mrs. Meyer 
and the Commission's finance 
chairman, Robert Fleming, 
submitted a new budget—for 
$150,000. 

Members of eight leading 
architectural firms have been 
invited to serve on the Com- 
mission's planning board. 
They give their services with- 
out charge, Mrs. Meyer said, 
aeeestind only traveling and 
per diem expenses. 

She told the D. C. Federa- 
tion of Women’s Clubs that 
the Commission also plans to 
invite representatives of na- 
tional organizations to serve 
on an advisory committee for 
the projected auditorium. 


SHE TOLD reporters after 
the meeting that the Com- 
mission is getting numbers of 
letters from civic organiza- 
tions and educators interest- 
ed in knowing “what prog- 
ress we are making.” 

At the end of the closed 
congressional hearing yester- 
day morning, Committee 
Chairman Rep.~ Michael J. 
Kirwan (D-Ohio) congratulat- 
ed the members of the Com- 
mission on their work, and 
said he thought it was being 
done “very economically and 
very efficiently,” according to 
Mrs. Meyer. 

He gave her authority to 
quote him as being “very 
sympathetic to the modest 
budget you have requested.” 


SEN. SMITH 


«++ im upper house 


REP. BOLTON 
» « « world traveler 


As Voted by United Press Poll: 


MRS. HARRIMAN 


« « « wields influence a a 


MRS. MEYER 


speaker-writer 


MRS. EISENHOWER 
. « « top-ranking lady 


The Capital's 10 Most Influential Women 


By Patricia Wiggins 
United Presse Staf? Correspondent 

THE 10 “MOST INFLUEN- 
TIAL” WOMEN in Washing- 
ton are not necessarily the 
wives of the 10 most influ- 
ential men. 

A list. of the Capital wom- 
en with the most influence 
was picked in an informal 
United Press poll. Only one 
—the first lady—was chosen 
because of her husband's 
position. 

The others include four 
politicians, three * hostesses, 
a Government official, and a 
journalist. Here, (in no spe- 
cial order of importance) is 
the list: 


MRS. DWIGHT D. EISEN- 
HOWER — Named by every- 
one polled for obvious rea- 
sons: She has more opportu- 
nity than anyone else to in- 
fluence the most important 
man in town. ... The rank- 
ing lady in a rank-conscious 
city. “Mamie” also exercises 
considerable influence on 
others in some matters... . 
makes civic affairs a sell-out 
by her presence; sets pat- 
terns in matters of fashion. 


MISS BERTHA ADKINS 
~—Said to have a “good tele- 


MRS. CAFRITZ 


eo « « shares with Perle 


MRS. MESTA 


« « « hostess honors 


phone line to the White 
House”... . tall, dark-haired 
and quick-with-a-quip.... 

sistant to the Chairman of 
he Republican Nationa! 
Committee. 


FRANCES KNIGHT—Ac- 
curately pictured as a “smart 
cookie” .... runs the State 
Department's passport office 

. one month after her 
appointment last year the 
trim blonde trotted up to 
Congress with request for 
$600,000 for a new passport 
office and top-to-toe reorgan- 
ization... . she left with 
the cash. 


AGNES E. MEYER — The 
wife of the Chairman of the 
Board of the Washington 
Post and Times Herald is 
strongly felt in education 
and social welfare fields 
through her nation-wide 
speaking schedules and arti- 
cles in her husband's paper 
.... 18 frequently a witness 
before Congressional educa- 
tion Committees .... is on 
a first-name basis with most 
of the town’s top brass. 


SEN. MARGARET CHASE 
SMITH—The only woman 
Senator, the handsome white- 


haired lawmaker from Skow- 
hegan, Me., only uses her 
Senate Rostrum when she 
has something to say.... 
when she does speak, is lis- 
tened to... . member of 
Republican Policy Commit- 
tee and the committees on 
Appropriations, Armed Serv- 
ices and Government Opera- 
tions. 

» 

GWEN CAFRITZ AND 
PERLE MESTA—These two 
share honors as most influen- 
tial, bipartisan hostesses. 
almost every official in town 
seems to consider an invi- 
tation from either as some- 
thing special .. . because of 
the make-up of their aps 
lists, one VIP says “lots of 
discussions take place in 
their homes which undoubt- 
edly have an end resulf in 
some kind of government 
action.” 


MRS. KATIE LOUCH- 
HEIM—Blonde, freckled di- 
rector of women’s activities 
for the Democratic National 
Committee .... pet projects 
are convincing male politi- 
cians that.women “aren't a 
foreign power” to be treated 
apart from men in politics 


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Mrs. Mesta Says: 


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Misquoted on Clergy Speech 


By Marie Smiih 

PERLE MESTA said yes 
terday she has “been mis- 
quoted all over the United 
States” in reports that she 
said “a lot of American 
clergymen are communists” 
in a speech before the Okla- 
homa City Men's Club dinner 
May 11. 

The former minister to 
Luxembourg said “I was 
handed a written question (at 
the dinner) which asked me 
if any Communists are in the 
clergy and churches. My an- 
swer was there are some in 
the churches and clergy as 
there are everywhere.” 

But, she added in a speech 
yesterday at the annual May 
breakfast of the Political 
Study Club at the Mayflower 
Hotel, “they have misquoted 
me all over the United States 
and L.would like to have that 
corrected.” 

Following her speech yes 
terday, the famed Washing- 
ton hostess and world traveler 
was asked by reporters ff she 
has replied to a letter Dr 
Frederick E. Reissig, Wash- 
ington Federation of 
Churches’ executive secre- 
tary, said he had written chal- 
lenging her alleged state- 
ment. She replied “Who is 


he?” and then added “I am 
not going to comment on 
that.” 


IN HER address yesterday, 
Mrs. Mesta shared some of 
her “observations of commu- 
nism around the world” 
gained on a visit to Russia 
and the Far East last sum- 
mer 

In Japan, she said, the 
Communists are “ruling 
Japanese trade and will di- 
vide the friendship between 
Japan and <America™: the 
South Koreans are “hoping 
that somehow they will some- 
day” be free from fear of 
Communist domination and, 
in Formosa, the Chinese 
“pray daily” that they will 
get back their mainland from 
the Reds. 


DURING the trip she said 
she saw how important an 
“educational program” 
abroad is to combat commu- 
nism, and added that she is 


putting the money she re- | 


ceives from lectures and 
television appearances in a 
special fund to bring foreign 
students to this country to 
study. 


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20 > Wednesday, May 30, 1956 


There Are Parties 
All Over the Map 


* TOPICS, From Page 29 


Quarles, Under Secretary of 
the Air Force and Mrs. James 
H. Douglas, Chief of Staff, 
USAF, Gen. Nathan Twining 
and Mrs. Twining; Mr. and 
Mrs. Eric Johnston, Lt. Gen. 
and Mrs. Idwal Edwards; 
Vice Adm. and Mrs. George 
Fort. Vice Adm. Alfred C. 
Richmond, Commandant, 
U. S. Coast Guard, and Mrs. 
Richmond; the Air Attache 
of the Danish Embassy, Col. 
Tage Neilsen and Mrs. Neil- 
gen. 7 

Still others were Mrs. 
Franklin Hart, former Afnii- 
bassador and Mrs. Myron 
Cowen, Mr. arid Mrs. Edward 
Falck, Mr. and Mrs. Granville 
Gude, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd 
Akers, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert 
Blunck. 

Mr. and Mrs. Bell will fly 
up with Vice Adm. and Mrs 
Richmond on Thursday to 
New London, Conn., for the 
graduating exercises of the 
U. S. Coast Guard on Friday. 

Mr. Bell will see the Coast 
Guard chapel there for the 
first time. As Under Secre- 
tary of the Treasury, he was 
largely responsible for rais- 
ing building funds. 


THE NETHERLANDS Am.- 
hassador and Mme. van Roi- 
jen were guests of honor yes- 
terday at a dinner given by 
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ansey 
Mowrer. Other guests in- 
cluded former Ambassador 
Stanley Hornbeck: the Ital- 
jan Consul-General from 
Philadelphia and Signora 
Giovanni Luciolli: Mr. and 
Mrs. J. E. Coulson: Carolyn 
Nash; and-Mr. and Mrs. John 
J. Slocum. 

UNDER Secretary of the 
Army and Mrs. Charles C. 
Finucane were hosts at din- 
ner last evening at the 1925 
F Street Club in honor of the 
Secretary of the Army and 
Mrs. Wilber Brucker and the 
Army Chief of Staff. Gen. 
Maxwell Taylor, and Mrs. 
Tavlor 

Other guests were the Bel- 


gian Ambassador and Baron 


ess Silvercruys, the Ambassa- 
dor of Portugal and Senhora 
de Esteves Fernandes. the 
British Ambassador and Lady 
Makins, the Under Secretary 
of the Treasury and Mrs. Ran- 
dolph Burgess, Admiral Ar- 
thur W. Radfofd, Chairman, 
Joint Chiefs of Staff. and 
Mrs. Radford; the Chief of 
Naval Operations and Mrs. 
Arleigh Burke, Secretary to 
the President and Mrs. Ber- 
nard Shanley, Under Secre- 
tary of the Navy and Mrs. 
Thomas S. Gates Jr., Assist- 
ant Secretary of the Army 
and Mrs. Hugh M. Milton, 
Assistant Secretary of the 
Army and Mrs. George H. 
Roderick, Assistant Secretary 
of the Army and Mrs. Frank 
H. Higgins, Assistant Secre- 
tary of the Army and Mrs. 
Chester Davis. 

Also William H... Martin. 
Director of Research and De- 
velopment of the Army, and 
Mrs. Martin: General Coun- 
gel of the Army and Mrs. 
Frank H. Millard, Judge and 
Mrs. Homer Ferguson, Lieut. 
Gen. and Mrs. W. L. Weible, 
Lieut. Gen. and Mrs. J. M. 
Gavin, Lieut. Gen. and Mrs. 
Clyde Eddleman, Secretary 
of the Smithsonian Institute 
and Mrs. Leonard Carmi- 
chael, Maj. Gen. and Mrs. G. 
S..Meloy Jr.. Maj. Gen. and 
Mrs. John G. Van Houten. 
Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Ryan. 
Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Clifford 
Corbin, Miss Bertha Adkins, 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond £E 
Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford 


Folger and Mr. and Mrs. R. 
B. Smithers of New York. 


MRS. LAURIN B. Askew 
Jr. entetrained at a farewell 
dinner on Monday for Mrs. 
Guy W. Castle, who is sail- 
ing June 5 on board the Sa- 
turnia to visit her parents, 
Count and Countess -Neri 
Battaglini, and her grandpar- 
ents, Count and Countess Ip- 
polito Salvoni, in Florence, 
Italy. 


Party Time: 

THE reception celebrating 
the 28th anniversary of NBS’s 
American Forum Sunday 
had an intriguing beginning. 

Theodore Granik, founder 
and moderator of the pro- 
gram, and Mrs. Granik had 
invited guests to the Shera- 
ton-Park to sit in on the 
Forum's TV debate between 
Republican National Commit- 
teeman Leonard Hall, and 
Democratic Committeeman 


Paul Butler before the party 
started. 

After the performance, the 
two debators plus the rest 
of the crowd wandered into 
the Continental Room to sam- 
ple the bar and buffet. 


FROM the bar everyone 
flocked to a large buffet deco- 
rated with a huge cake with 
the figures 28 iced on its sur- 
face. Sampling some shrimp 
with dip were Mrs. Karl 
Mundt, wife of the Senator 
from South Dakota: Sen. 
Frank Carlson, Rep. Clarence 
Cannon and Mrs. Jess Bryan 
Bennett. | 


THE Women's National 
Democratic Club was the 
scene of a cocktail party Sat- 
urday given by Mrs. Alva 
Dawson and Mrs.’Betty Smith 
Lathrom. The hostesses both 
wore white—Mrs. Dawson in 
@ lace cocktail dress with a 
pale blue satin cumberbund, 
Mrs. Lathrom in a white cot- 
ton printed in aqua. 

Guests included Mrs. John 
R. Steelman, Gen. and Mrs. 
Harry Vaughan, Donald 
Downs, Mrs. Cornetius 
Bretsch, Mr. and Mrs. Meade 
Patrick, Mr. and Mrs. John 
Paul Floyd, Mrs. J. J. Mack, 
Frank Luther, Cliff Johnson, 
John Graves, and Mmb. 
Ulises Espaillat. 


MRS. WALTER GEORGE, 
wife of the retiring Senator 
from Georgia, will be hon- 
ored at a luncheon on June 5 
by the Senior Congress Club 
of Washington at the Chevy 
Chase Club. Mrs. Eisenhower 
will be among the luncheon 
guests. 


Symphony Notes: 
MEMBERS of the National 


Symphony Orchestra Ball 
committee who met for lunch- 
eon at Mrs. Merriweather 
Post's apartment recently 
went home with an orchid, 
grown in Mrs. Post's green- 
house on her new estate. 

The committee discussed 
plans for the annual benefit 
ball to be held Oct. 19 at the 
Sheraton-Park. 

Committee chairmen al- 
ready appointed are Mrs. Rob- 


ert Guggenheim, patrons: Mrs. 


Neil Phillips, decorations; 
Mrs. Prentice Coonley, enter- 
tainment; Mrs. Struve Hensel, 
gift donations; Mrs. Thomas 
Clagett, tables: Mrs. Paul 
Magnuson, arrar.gements, and 
corresponding secretary, Mrs. 
Henry Lee Walker 


Engagements 


' ELIZABETH ANN BALL 
1 PETER P. LYNCH JR. 


'Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Ball 
annoynce the engagement of 
their daughter, Elizabeth Ann, 
to Peter Paul Lynch Jr., son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Peter P. Lynch 
of Springfield, Mass. Miss Ball 
attended St. Cecilia's Academy 
and now attends St. Agnes 
Hospital School of Nursing in 
Baltimore, Md. Her fiance at- 
tended Mt. Saint Mary's Col- 
Jege in Emmitsburg, Md.. and 
now attends the University of 
Maryland Medical School. 


CECILE A. SOSNICK 
~DON A. ENGEL 

Mr. and Mrs. Charlies Sosnick 
announce the engagement of 
their daughter, Cevile Anita, 
to Dr. Don A. Engel, son of 
and Mrs. Harry Engel. Miss 
Sosnick attended the Univer- 
sity of Maryland and the Penn- 
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NANCY LEE MOORE 
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Mrs. Springs R.. Moore of 
Bethesda, Md., announces the 
engagement of her daughter, 
Nancy Lee, to Robert Charles 
Pearson, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Robert William Pearson’ of 
University Park, Md. Both at- 
tend the University of Mary- 
land. 


ANN E. KAHLER 
—ELLSWORTH M. BRIGGS 
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Kahler 
of Kensington, Md., announce 
the engagement of their 
daughter, Ann Emerson, to 
Elisworth M. Briggs, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Briggs of 
Portland, Maine. An August 
wedding is planned. 


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who came over from Annapolis Saturday to see 
her graduated from Dunbarton College of the 


of Chicago receives 


Holy Cross. At right, Sister Irenita, who heads 
the College Art Department, looks slightly less 
happy at losing another class of pupils. Jeanne 
was one of 34 Dunbarton seniors who received 
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About Books 


Volumes 


Of Talk 


At Party 


By Muriel Bowen 


BOOKS, BOOKS and more 
books. They made the con- 
versation bubble at the Wom- 
en’s National Book Associa- 
tion afternoon tea party at 
the Shoreham yesterday. 

“The man who browses is 
a complete joy to the book- 
seller.” said Helen S. Lowitt, 
who runs a bookstore in the 
smarter part of Long Island. 
“He is so likely to be com- 
pletely absorbed in some- 
thing like automation that he 
leaves the store with a great 
bundle of books under his 
arm.” . 

Another appealing thing 
about the male booklover— 
he will seek out, unaided, 
the book tget interests him.. 

“A woman usually reads a 
book to be in the swim,” ob- 
serves gray-haired Miss Lo- 
witt. “She does not have the 
same habit of absorption, so 
she scarcely ever buys more 
than one.book on the same 
subject.” 


MARGARET KAIN thinks 
that no bookseller has a job 
to touch hers. For seven 
years’ now she has run the 
Princeton bookstore, and 
prior to that she did spells 
at Chicago and Harvard. She 
speaks of Princeton with an 
almost proprietary air. 

What does the wniversity 
student read for pleasure? 
“Mystery stories, by authors 
like Graham Greene, mostly.” 


SALLIE MARKS, president- 
elect of the Children’s Book 
Guild of Washington, switched 
the conversation to children’s 
reading. 

“More and more Washing- 
ton children in the 10-16 age 
group are reading about for- 
eign countries,” she said. 
“The embassies take a véry 
active ‘part in making them 
interested.” 


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Violet Faulkner, food edl- 
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was reelected president of 
the American Newspaper 
Women’s Club at the annual 
meeting held at the club 
house, 1604 20th st. nw., 
Monday night. 

Other officers 
were: Alice Curran, first 
vice president; Patricia Oli- 
ver, second vice president; 
Edith L. Gilbert, recording 
secretary; Anne Davis, cor- 
responding secretary; Ber- 
nice McGrath, treasurer; Eli- 
nor Grist, historian, and 
Mary Haworth, Winzola Mc- 
Lendon and Helen Thomas, 
governors, 


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By Mary Van Renssalaer Thayer 


CONGRESSMEN don't realize how lucky 
they are! Despite all modern pressures, 
the life of a modern legislator is literally 
one long, sweet dream compared to what 
it used to be! Today, 
Memorial Day, down in 
the Congressional 
Cemetery, the ceno- 
taphs and honorariums 
of some 117 members of 
Congress will be dec- 
orated with flags. 
These are legislators 
who served their coun- 
try back in the early 
19th Century. Some 
were born in the 18th 
Century, a few soldier- 
ed in the American Rev- 
olution. They were interred in the Con- 
gressional Cemetery, our national burying 
ground from 1807 until Arlington was 
established 55 years later, because trans- 
poration to their home districts was such a 
difficult problem 

Walking along the rows, the tablets make 
amazing reading, for roughly a third died 
in their Thirties, an age when today’s 
bright young man has scarcely started on 
a political career. A few reached their 
Fifties. John Quincy Adams and one other 
the Seventies. What did men die of then? 
Not today's popular political ailments, heart 
disease and high blood pressure. Instead 
they died “in Consumption,” “in Bowel 
Complaint” “in the Liver Complaint” “in 
the Billious” and even “in the Decline.” 


Mrs. Thayer 


SEN. Green's great- 
great-grandfather, Sen. James Burrell, also 
of Rhode Island, is buried in the Congres- 
sional Cemetery. While Sen. Green, at 88. 
glides through a mean samba and circles 
the world like mad, his ancestor achieved 
a mere 48 years. A noted orator and, like 
his great-great-grandson a conscientious 
legislator, he succumbed in the line of 
duty. Stricken with pneumonia, doctors 
warned him to stay in bed. But a vital vote 
was pending so Burrell skipped over to the 
Capitol, delivered his vote and, no doubt, a 
few eloquent words. Then he returned 
home and, minus such aids as penicillin, 
promptly died. 


Theodore Francis 


THE Congressional Cemetery, close to 
Christ Episcopal Church-in Southeast Wash- 
ington, is the mecca of sentimental photog- 
raphers, musicians and Marines. Photog- 
raphers pilgrimage to the grave of Matthew 
Brady, the great Civil War cameraman; 
musicians decorate the grave of John 
Philip Sousa, the “March King,” while 
Marines pay homage to their First Com- 
mandant, Commodore Thomas Tingey, and 
their Fifth Commandant, Archibald Hend- 
erson. Henderson, who entered the Corps 
in 1806, put combat above administrative 
duties and, when the Indians were unusual- 
ly pesky nailed the following sign on his 
door “Gone to fight the Indians. Be back 
when the war is over.” Tingey, who laid 
out the Navy Yard, bought for $200 a square 
of land nearby from Washington's Mayor 


Monroe (Washington had Mayors then) 

This was the start of the Congressional 
Cemetery. Five years later, in 1812, he 
deeded it to Christ Episcopal Church. The 
plot contains space for 10,000 graves, which 
would sell anywhere from $100 to $150 
apiece today. Afterwards adjoining land 
was added gradually to the cemetery en- 
closure. 


THERE ARE a number of historically 
fascinating monuments in the Congression- 
al Cemetery. Among them is that of George 
Washington's secretary, Tobias Lear, a 
frustrated diplomat, who committed suicide 
in chagrin when a treaty he signed with 
Tripoli proved disappointing. Though 
Push-Ma-Ta-Ha, Chief of the Choctaws, died 
of croup, he was given a 2i-gun salute at 
his burial. Down in Louisiana, fighting 
under Gen. Jackson, he had commanded 
1500 Braves. After battle, the Chief re- 
tired to Washington where the Government 
bought him a horse with the stipulation 
that if it-was sold for whisky, his pension 
would be canceled. The Choctaw Chief 
outfoxed the white men. He didn't sell his 
horse but bet it on a baseball game. Though 
he lost, Push was reported in hilarious 
spirits for weeks afterwards. The United 
States Government, forgiving, accorded 


. him the supreme salute and a very fine 


monument. 

Buried with his sister, without any mark- 
er, is David Herold. An admirer of John 
Wilkes Booth, he was implicated in Lin- 
coln’s assassination and hanged in 1869. 
Four years later his body was brought from 
the old prison yard on Capitol Hill, then 
buried secretly in the lot belonging to his 
father, Adam Herold. Here, too, is the 
son of Dolly Madison's first marriage, play- 
boy John Payne Todd, known as “The 
Prince of America.” Scarcely anyone came 
to his funeral, and his grave remained un- 
marked for a century. Then, in 1952, a 
sympathetic biographer of Dolly, Mrs. 
Eleanor Fox Pearson of Guilford, County, 
North Carolina, erected a stone which was 
dedicated by Dr. Leslie Glenn, former rec- 
tor of St. John’s Church. 

Appropriately, the most magnificent 
monument, a marble shaft topped with a 
helmet, marks the grave of Gen. Alexander 
Macomb, member of West Point's - first 
class and in command of United States 
armies from 1814 to 1828. 


IN 1954, President Eisenhower signed a 
bill which deeded back to the cemetary 
400 unused graves, part of the 1033 which 
Christ Episcopal Church had given the 
United States Government in the early 
180@s. Until 1873, Congress occasionally 
granted small sums for maintenance and 
improvements. The major appropriation, 
just a hundred years ago, was $5000 to 
move 1200 feet of iron railing from the 
Capitol Plaza te enclose part of the ceme- 
tary. Today, the Nation's only connection 
with the old burying ground is the serv- 
ices of two Arlington gardners whp twice 
monthly tidy the ground around the Con- 
gressional graves. 


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| Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Mc- 
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announce the engage- 
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Mr. 


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A July wedding is 
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| ELAINE LEON 
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leon 
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Mrs, Priest Savs: 


At Home 


Careers 


-_----_— 


WOMEN hold high 
offices in all levels of the 
Government and professions 
but their most important ca- 
reer is still at home, U. S. 
Treasurer Ivy Baker Priest 
told the graduating class of 
Marjorie Webster Junior 
College Monday. 

Mrs. Priest, whose daugh- 
ter, Patricia Priest Jensen 
was among those graduating 
at commencement cere- 
monies on Monday. will also 
speak at a graduation 
mony at Elmira College on 
June 4. 

“Women are still charged 
with the duty of molding fu- 
ture citizens to assume the 
task of safeguarding our 
freedoms,” Mrs. Priest said. 
Modern household conven- 
jences enable her now to 
successfully combine the 
dual role of homemaker and 
career woman, she added. 


WOMEN compose 30 per 
cent of the working popula 
tion of the United States, 
Mrs. Priest told Monday's 
class. More than half of the 
group are married and 25 
per cent have children under 
18 years of age, Mrs. Priest 
pointed out 

“It is the intangible values 
that put true worth in the 
tangible ones.” Mrs. Priest 
said to the graduating group, 
their families and friends 

Also addressing the gradu- 
ates was Marjorie Webster, 
president of the college. The 
invocation was given by Cor- 
nelius B. Boocock 
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Mr. and Mrs. James Abram- 
son of Arlington will give 
a “Sweet Sixteen” party for 
their daughter, Phyllis, on 
June 10 at the Moulin 
Rouge Club of the Di Liko 
Hotel in Miami Beach, Fla 
One hundred and fifty of 
Phyllis’ friends are invited 
She will be 16 on June 5. 


To Europe 

Mrs. Arthur Neuman and 
Mrs. Bessie Wyman sailed 
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gnrernetional ewe foresee) 

Pulchritude and music will 
dominate the White House if 
unpredictable political winds 
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the No. 1} spot. 

Evie Symington is as 

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rivals concede 


Missouri, and his 
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worth, enlivened the United 


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1927 and came back to the 
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ful more years. 

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i}. Y., 53 years ago, Evelyn 
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Duchess of Windsor as a 
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Evie at 18 could have had 
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Yale. 

Cupid played right into 
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ton was a cinch. Two years 
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a wage-paying job as molder 
in a Rochester foundry, the 
troth was pledged. 

A bit wistfully, Evie recalls 
that she—- probably saw Stu 
oftener during their court- 
ship. By day the young bride- 
groom toiled in the foundry, 
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But Stu’s personal fortunes 
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Evie was back where she 
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ate wife instead of a daugh- 
ter, wrapping bandages for 
the Red Cross, at Senate 
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ing with civic drives. 


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Stu over as a potential dark- 
horse candidate. Southern 
Democrats were muttering 
about a possible y bolt if 
Gov. Averell arriman or 
Sen Estes Kefauver grabbed 
party control, and Stu—-more 
conservative than either— 
represented a border state in 
the Senate. 

Stu, his blue-eyes twinkling 
good-naturedly, scoffs at any 
such talk and professes to 
have no ambition for the 
presidency. Evie, who talks 
the same way, says it more 
convincingly. 

Ask her what she thinks of 


the current backroom chatter 
and*she wails: “I just cringe 
and look the other way. I 
honestly like our life exactly 
the way it is.” 

Don't discount, however, 
Evie’s campaigning abilities, 
the charming aristocrat aver- 
aged five public appearances 
a’ day from mid-April until 
November, while Stu was run- 
ning for the Senate four 
years ago. 


THE two Symington sons, 
Stuart Jr. and James Wads- 
worth, dashed home from 
Yale to help with the family 
enterprise. 

It would be disloyal of Evie 
to want Ike to remain in the 
White House, but perhaps 


Mary Haworth’s Mail 


Who Should Be Blamed 
For Marital Boredom? 


DEAR MARY HAWORTH: 
How do you adjust and have 
peace of mind when 
you live with a husband 
whom you 
don't love— i 
and who irri- ' 
tates you in 
countless 
small ways? 

I married 
my husband 
many years 
ago, knowing 
thatIwas 
not in love 
with him, but Mary Haworth 
my resist- 
ance was worn down by pres- 
sure from parents, friends 
and Henry himself. 


I suppose I must truthfully 
say that I have been fairly 
happy most of the time—and 
have raised two nice chil- 
dren, and have many friends, 
and a respected place in my 
church and community. 


My husband has been kind, 
affectionate and loving to- 
wards me, and I know would 
be completely shocked (as 
would all who know us) to 
hear that I feel as I do. We 
are considered a perfect 
couple. We have had a very 
satisfactory sex relationship, 
although of recent years I 
have little interest even in 
this part of my marriage. 


fears), probably aren't native 
to his personality. I think, 
rather, they are a by-product 
of his marriage to you. 


IN RESPONSE to your ha- 
bitually critical appraisal of 
him (which he feels even if 
you don’t parade it), Henry 
becomes fumbling and wit- 
less, I imagine—in embarrass- 
ment, because he has cared 
for you; hence has longed to 
bask in your full approval 
If a man loves his wife and 
she unconsciously rejects 
him, meanwhile exploiting his 
devotion, his self-esteem 
takes a beating that is bound 
to show—in terms of lack- 
luster, hangdog attitudes. 

Henry has some cause to 
say to you, in the grieving 
words of an old song: “You 
made me what I am today, I 
hope you're satisfied—.” 

An interesting aspect of 
your letter is the predomi- 
nance of the perpendicular 
and possessive pronouns. All 
a  -e.~6 2 =e 
You are (and have been) too 
self-centered to care or con- 
cern yourself about Henry's 
happiness, I think; and right 
here is where you have 
cheated yourself. Because the 
thoughtful practice of giving 
happiness to another is the 
alpha-and-omega of learning 
to love. 


becatise her father was a 
staunch Republican, she feels 
no reticence in singing 
Mamie’s praises. 

“She is a perfect First 
Lady,” Evie says of her po- 
litical rival. “She has the 
sweetest, best disposition in 
the world, and she never 


spares herself. There is no 
one more comfortable to be 
around, because she makes 
a feel good. I love 
er. 


(Thursday: Adlai’s Sister, 
“Ruffie.”) 


THE WASHINGTON POST 
and TIMES HERALD 
Wednesday, May 30, 1956 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
W ednesday, May | 30, 1956 


One On the Aisle 


At the Plaza 


Gina Merits 


of all reported cases of gonor- 
rhea occur in the group from 
15‘to 19 years inclusive. 


The symposium is sponsored 


By Nate Hazeltine 


VD Experts See Teens as Crucial 
Thomas of Albany, N. Y. and 
Staff Reporter | vice president, Dr. Charles R. 
Late teenagers compose the) 
‘population segment ‘whieh| 


|Rein of New York City, VD 
‘consultant to WHO and as 


‘The Best Is 
Yet to Be’ 


By Richard L. Coe 
Not SINCE FRANCE, before the war, sent us “The End of 


the Day” 
This is the subject. 
pont’s “Umberto D.” 


probingly, 


has a film honorably faced the fact of old age. 


beautifully detailed in the Du- 


This splendid, memorable film is by Italy’s Vittorio de Sica 
but whether an American audience, so notoriously youth-bound, 


will be able to face the fact of old age is a question. 


At its 


best, in Christian terms, life is a preparation for the inevitable. 
Yet, now dishonorably our culture—indeed all of Western cul- 


ture—faces death and age 


We seem to be ashamed of what 


should be the serene preparation for the universal fate. 
Italy appears to be little different from our own country. 
Here we have an old man, subsisting on his meager pension, 


proud and lonely, yet ignored 


and longing for life. 


The pen-| | 


sioner we meet has two friends, a mongrel dog and a betrayed| 


teen-ager. 
that for all the scorn heaped 


upon him, our lonely old man 


ends his adventure with a note of individual hope. 
This subject and its infinitely sensitive handling demands 


more from its audiences than it-very likely will get. 
nobility,?-— per Bees 
that! 
And such at-| 


is unqualified dignity, 
in this character study 
merits attention 
tention will lessen our aeons 
fear of age. 

For so gently 


has de Sica 
handled the study and so aptly’ 


Yet, there 


“UMBERTO D Harrisen and 
pevigesn r 

de Sic 
| Cesara 
Directed 


~ mi 
: At the Dupont. 
ST 


Carto Battisti 
Marie Pia Casilic 


Maria , 
Landiadys ina Gennari 


chosen his chief player that we) 


have a film not 
Carlo Battisti, 


without hope. 
who plays our 
stunned hero, is head of the 
language department of the 
University of Florence, not an 
actor but a willing vessel 
through whom the director has 
stated his plea for compassion 
Watching such a “performance” 
as this we realize anew that 
screen acting is a directorial 
and editing achievement. The 
director chose a face serene in 
age which can convey to us the 
universality of this man-created 
problem. 

“Umberto D” reminds us that 
survival itself is the greatest 
test of the individual, that a 
life sanely lived can face the 
inevitable and lonely test of 
age. To maintain one’s balance. 
de Sica tells us, is the supreme 
challenge of life. That the old 
man falters is wholly under- 
standabie. That he surviyes, 
proudly, can be his most mag- 
nificent triumph. 

Not a film for the frivolous, 
“Umberto D” has 
problem for the mature and 
suggests, to the imaginative. 
the unending hope of redemp.- 
tion. 


MEMORIAL DAY: “D-Day— 
The Sixth of June,” opening at 
the Palace, seems the most fit- 
ting of Memorial Day's new 
atrivais, which also include 
“Unidentified Flying Objects,” 
at the Columbia, and “Foreign 
Intrigue,” adapted from the TV 
series, at Keith's... The Na- 


tional has a matinee for “The | ;, 


Teahouse of the August Moon” 
and “Cinerama Holiday” will 
have three showings, at 2, 


MAC ARTHUR BLVO AT 46TH ST 
THE | APOWUR RANE GRGAMILATION PRESENTS 


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You'll also find afternoon show! 
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hood houses. 


SUBSCRIPTION DEAD. 
LINE: Friday will be the dead-| 


Such, however, is the nobility of the human spirit) 


Junction,” 


——— - -— 


Louella Parsons’ 


E pisode at ‘Bhowani Junction’ 


Francis Matthews is the native who turns to his religion, 
Ava Gardner the puzzled Anglo-Indian girl of “Bhowani 
" continuing at the 


Capitol. 


‘Princess Grace Schedules 


Labor Day N. 


HOLLYWOOD, May 27 (INS) 


Y. Trip 


dent’s tribute to our 


Jimmy, ‘” 


line for renewals of last sea-/Much sooner than anybody ex- who acted as master of cere-| 
son’s 8000 Theater Guild sub-|pected, Prince Grace is return- monies. The President referred) 


scribers, though there will be 
a “three days’ grace” period 
until Tuesday before options 
finally expire ... So far over 
5000 members have signed up. 
but there’s now a waiting list 
of some 2000, which means that 
the undecided 3000 will have to 
make up their minds soon... 
More about this from the 
Guild's manager, Bess Davis 
Schreiner, room 120, Hotel Ral- 
eigh (or District 7-2433), who 
Teports that the past season's 
nine plays have been the most 
effective parade in years . . 
Only two of the nine,” says 
candid Bess, “were under par.” 


CARTER BARRON SEATS: 
‘Seats are now on sale for all 
performances of the summer's 
first two attractions at Rock 
Creek Park's Carter Barron 
Amphitheater ... Ballet Russe 
de Monte Carlo opens the 
series with a. two-week run 
starting the 7th, with Danny 
Kave and his own “Interna- 
tional Revue” taking over June 
21 through July 7... The down-| 
town box office is at Super) 
Music, 1350 F st. 


—_—_——— 


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Aw GARDNER: Siar GRANGER 


Bu TRA 


* Abraham SOFAER 


ing to the United States. She 
and Prince 
Rainier arrive 
in New York 
over the Labor , ) 
Day weekend 
to attend the 
premiere of 
“High Society,” 
ithe picture she 
made with 
Bing Crosby 
and Frank 
Sinatra. 

tr. a letter Miss Parsons 


Grace said that she had 
planned to come to this country 
in the fall to visit her family 


' 


-\in Philadelphia and she thought 


she might as well kill two birds 
with one stone and take in the 
premieres of “High Society.’ 
She and the Prince will stay at 
Grace’s New York apartment. 


I'VE ALWAYS said_ that 
Terry Moore knows what she 
is doing, even though I haven't 
always approved of some of her 
former publicity tactics 

She tells me that 
‘her husband Eugene McGrath 
‘have registered as citizens of 
Panama, but both are also al- 
‘lowed to keep their American 
‘citizenship. Terry says this ar- 
| rangemeent has decided ad- 
ivantages as far as taxes are 
concerned because the films 
ishe makes outside this country 
Bhat be tax-free. She is talking 
a deal now to make a tax-free 
picture in Vienna this summer. 

Terry had expected her hus- 
band to attend John Wayne's 


on the daughter's wedding with her, 


but he was kept in Caracas on 
business. 


LIVING PROOF that ft pays 


to lead a good life is the recog- 
nition Jimmy Cagney received 
at the White House VCorre- 
spondents’ dinner honoring 
President Eisenhower 
Unprecedented was the Presi- 


Robert Taylor 


as Brad...who 
committed the sin 
of loving another 
man’s woman! 


Dana 


live.. 


Richard Todd 


as Wynter...who 
came back from 
hell to find his 


fioncee faithless! 


Edmond 


she and 


as Val.. 


to Cagney as a great actor with) 
one of the warmest hearts in| 


| Hollywood. | 


Jimmy has never been in any| 
kind of scandal. He's had the! 


‘same wife for years and years.| 


Hée’s a. good husband, good 
father, and well, for my money, 
he's a good guy. 


SNAPSHOTS: One of Holly- 
wood’s favorite men about 
town, Jonie Tapps, head of | 
Columbia's musical department, 
confirms he’s to marry Ellie 
Kent in August. She is Lenny! 
Kent's former wife. 

Montgomery Clift is being 
nursed by Libby Holman, who 
seldom 
the hospital. 


International News Service 


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HE PLAZA’S “Woman of 

Rome” is. a sordid, turgid 
tale with little to recommend) 
it, least of all the murky 
photography which swathes a’ 
star normally worth looking at, | 
Gina Lollobrigida. 


Here we have Gina as a teen- 
ager of about 20 years ago. A 
beauty for whom her dress- 
maker-mother has dreams of a 
better life than her own drab 
existence, she becomes a mode] 
who turns down a powerful’ 
young Fascist in favor of what 


PY ors N OF ROME ' DCA release 
uced by ont-De Laurentiis 

dived by Enzo granite Directed by 
Loigi Zampa ri : za 


Lollobrigida 
Daniel Gelin 
Gino 

Astarita 


Franco Fabrizi 
Baymend Pellegrin 
: 


ni 
Renato Tontini 
Mariano Bottino 


she thinks is True Love. This 
fellow turns out to have had a 
wife already, wants only to 
make her the mistress she re- 
fused to become for the Fascist. 

After a few other feckless 
fellows, "Gina does find True 
Love, an Upper Class, anti- 
Fascist type. This, of course. 
won't do either—for heroic réa- 
sons. 

Virgil put it all better: “The 
Descent to Hell is Basy—sed 
gradum revocare, hic labor, hoc 
opus est.” Director Luigi 
Zampa takes a long, long while 
to repeat the Latin poet. R. L. C. 


Lease pees 


should most concern venereal! by the World Health Organiza- 
‘disease contro! officers, an ex-| tion and 


pert said here yesterday. 

It is at this age, said Dr. Abra- 
ham Gelperin of Des Moines,| 
Iowa, that 
oped that will 


ren. 


Dr. Gelperin, director of the’ 


‘Des Moines-Polk County health’ 
departments, spoke here at sec-) 


‘ond day sessions of the six-day 


‘First International Symposium’ 
on Venereal Diseases and the 


Treponematoses, at Hotel Stat-) 


ler. 
public 


Some 500 physicians and 
health leaders from 


attitudes are devel-| Pating organizations, the Amer-| 
influence the ican Venereal Disease Associa- 


adults-to-be and their own chil- ha electe’ new officers. 


' 


United States and 35 foreign’ 


countries are participating. 
Dr. Gelperin said 20 per cent 


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Seen W ednesday, May 30, 1956 aed. 


~~ GW Student Gets Fulbright Honor | 


Panty Raid Penalties 3 
Fonda Romances Girl 


* BERKELEY, Calif., May 29 # 
Fourteen University of Cali- 
‘fornia students who joined in 
Tiotous panty raids May 16 have: 


Samuel Jay Keyser, will grad-- Keyser, who has been study-rwill receive an honorary doc-' & nw... and Ralph Edward ‘st. Arlington, Mt. Holyoke Col-. 
uate from George Washington ing at GW under a trustee tor of laws degree Tuesday Griswold, 1211 S. 26th rd.,\lege: Dorothea Hansen, 2701 8. 
University June 6, has been) beng will be commis-/from Columbia University. ‘Arlington. Hayes st., Arlington, Randolph- 


oned a second lieutenant in’ Another honorary doctorate Among 122 students atross|Macon Women’s College, afd 


been stuck with penalties rang-' 


ing from dismissal to censure. 


for one student and half-year 
suspensions 


Dismissal was recommended| NEW YORK, May 


for two. jactwees in the Hitchcock film, 
‘ ——|“The Wrong Man,” 


caught Henry 
STEN{ TYPE 


7v1 


gether in New York, and now 
that he’s back in Hollywood 
--the’s still on his mind. He's 
been long-distanting her from 
the West Coast . .. Bars in 
the Coliseum area are getting 


STENOTYPE INSTITUTE 


29—Anliquor agents and loc! 
|squadmen. The authotities are | 


June Baier, 
Fonda's eye 
while they were working to- 


vice 


determined to do everything 
possible to keep wtundesirable 
elements from congregating 
where there is such a concen- 
tration of tourists. 

Nanette Fabray’s favorite 
fella, Marty Mills, plans to 
leave his father’s music busi- 
ness to become a TV agent. 
He'll 


Via Long Distance Phone estes runren scntarsis nee rorce reserve 
y re ee ‘uation day. Besides 

oO * 

‘sity. ~ 
Keyser, 
of 5704 
chusetts 
nw., 
study 
language and 
literature 
Oxford's 
ton College. He 
is a member of 
Phi Beta Kappa 


on grad-'of laws will go to Stephen G. 
interests Kuttner, professor of canon 
in Engish and philosophy, he law at Catholic University, on 
plays trombone in a dance June 13, when the College of 
band, “tne Holy Cross holds its 110th 
‘annual graduation exercises. 


20, 
Massa- 


' 
= ri Honorary Degree 


. 

English ay | Air Force Secretary Donald Speaking Award 

‘A. Quarles will have a triple’ John L. Haynes Jr., 
‘role at Grinnel College's exer- Connecticut ave. nw., has won 
cises Sunday. He will deliver the Fuertes Memorial $80 first 
‘thé principal address, receive prize in public speaking at 
‘an honorary doctor of science Cornell University. 

mayset degree and help commission’ Two area students at Stan- 


at 
Mer- 


of 1808 


N, 15th 


the country receiving scholar- Jacqueline E. Still, 3410 
z of Wil 


ships for the coming year from|st:, Arlington, College 
the Fund for War Orphans are. liam and Mary. 

four from the Washington area. 
They are Linda Mondragon, 
8802 Old Gebdrgetown rd., Be- 
thesda, American University: 
Emile G. Bauer, 414 N. ‘Thomas 


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rival to the William Morris of- 
——««<«|fice, which books Nanette. 


AT LEAST two real estate 
firms are scouting Long Island 
for a suitable house for Ava 
Gardner. One of the mansions 
proposed is the one in which 
socialite William Woodward 
Jr. was accicentally shot by his 
wife last fall, but Ava wants 
to be “really alone” and part 
of the Woodward estate is still 
leased as working space to the 
Cinerama people... Lucy 
Daniels, 22-year-old daughter 
of Jonathan Daniels, may be 
THE literary light of the au- 
tumn book publishing season 
Lippincott is doing hand- 
springs over her first novel. 

Poor Mrs. Alva Ekberg— 
Anita’s mother—is snowed 
under Sy piles of mail, much 
of it anonymous, from Swedes 
Monday, Thursday, Friday 6-9 P.M. who ypocet a eo of her ~ 

; ous daughter's marriage, be- 
1424 K St. N.W.. Suite 300 ST. 3-0986 havior and chéemnaciin "heen 


r and are venting their spleen on 


hapless, blameless Ma. 
NA, 8-2668 . ; 
au THEASTERN UNIVER « 
Dear Sir: mn, 


HUNTINGTON HARTFORD, 
who is a handwriting expert by 

We appreciated your inquiry regarding our Summer 
Evening Program. The following classes will be offered 


hobby, is hard at work on a 
book dealing with the callig. 
+» this Summer, June ll through August 3, 1956. 
Elementary Accounting I, Theory & Practice 
6 


raph: of convicted killers. As 
Tues & Thureday 00-10 


part of his intensive research ; % ll ~ 
for the project he employed a ” q as 
P.M. ‘ * 
Elementary Accounting II Theory & Practice 
Tuceday a Thursday 6:00- 10 00 P.M. 


ae eda mien sae He “caught” them with his camera ! This plane crashed trying to catch them! He almost collided with one of them! This jet fought a fantastic dogfight with one of them! 
Monday -10 00 


prison interviewing criminals 
ee ee ee SEE IT ALL-AS IT ACTUALLY HAPPENED!...and is still happening! 
THE MOTION PICTURE SCOOP OF THE CENTURY! 


handwriting. 
Cost Accountin 
T PM. 


P.M. 
and RUSSELL ROUSE 


biggest 
ngr honorary, Phi Sigma Tau seniors as Air Force second)ford University have been 


philosophical fraternity, and lieutenants. elected to Phi Beta Kappa, na 
Omicron Delta Kappa, a senior; John Marshall Harlan, Su- tional honor society. They are 
men’s activities fraternity. ipreme Court associate justice, Jean Kathleen Davis, 3414 Volta 


oe 


734 15 ST ww “A 8.83120 


Berrall-Jasper Fence Co. 
Phone HUdson 3-7300 


12th St. & Brentwood Rd WE 


ultra-close scrutiny from state 


AA 


McLaughlin Technical School 


(McLaughlin Research Corp.) 
FULL EVENING COURSE IN 


DRAFTING 
comPLeTeD IN TH WEEKS 


INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION 
VISUAL TRAINING 
MODERN INDUSTRIAL METHODS 


Apply Daily 10-4 


= - ——— — 


SEE WHAT HAPPENED WHEN THE FLYING SAUCERS WERE OVER WASHINGTON 
NOW! THE TRUTH ABOUT FLYING SAUCERS: 


“This radar screen “captured” them 


You'll see his “top secret’ films 
over Washington, 0.C. 
“ap 


of them for the first time! 


1736 G NW. 


3 Promotions 
In Police Dept. 
Win Approval 


The istrict Commissioners 
yesterday approved three pro- 
motions and three shifts of as- 
signment in the Metropolitan 
Police Department. ) 

To fill vacancies created by 
. the retirement of wt. Robert J. 


EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 22-2." 


will become a lieutenant at 
$6460 annually; Cpl. Albert G. 
Behecls interested in sdvertising tm this directery are requested te call 
The Post Schoo! Department. KEpubiie 37-1234, Extension 5531. regarding retes. 


Fielder, a sergeant at $5936 an- 
ABC Shorthand 
1238 G St. N.W 
NA 


nually, and Pvt. Aubrey C.!| 
Woodar« a corporal at $5472. 
To fill vacavcies in assign- 
EMPLE SCHOOL — 4y,cca'izas* GS. Nw. 
Le to write 90 to 100 words minute six weeks day session 
($12 Oweekly ) or 12 weeks eve cession, (36 wits} Typing included 


P.M. 
P.M. 
P.M. 
P.M. 


6 :00-10:00 
6 :00-10:00 
6 :00-10 700 


6:00-10:00 PM 
Further WP ieee any of these courses is avaliable 
In the Business Office Southeastern University, 1736 G St... NW, 
or by phoning NA. 88-2668 any time during the day. 
hank vou once again for vour tnauirv. and we sinceerety 

hope that vou will aval] yourself of this oppertunity.te continue 
your business studies. . 

Sincerely 

JULIE TTE LODTER 

Recistra 


CLARENCE GREENE present 


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Written by FRANCIS MARTIN « Prodveed by CLARENCE GREENE - directed by WINSTON JONES « Releosed thry UNITED ARTISTS 
With the people who actually lived the story of the U. F. O. 


MARK STEVENS in - STARTS TODAY ... 


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Released thru United Arfists 
AIR CONDITIONED F Street at I2th. . 27-1000 


EVER FILMED! — 


ment created by the retirement 
of Det. Sgt. George O. Burkley 
Jr., prec net Det. John J. Wolf 
will bec ~me a detective ser-| 
gernt at $1290 xdded pay an-) 


: nually; Probational Det. Orville | 
Accountancy and Financial Administration L. Erfert, a precinct detective 


ENJAMIN FRANKLIN UNIVERSITY Ueh S000 mere snauany, ans 


n actountancy end financial adminis. || Pvt. Teddy E. Thanos, a pro- 
fe specific trainings | bational detect ve with $291 
more annvelly. 

All officers take their new 
assignments Friday. They were 
recommended by Police Chief 
Robert V Murvay. 


THE MOST STARTLIN 


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proved for Vet orane Ask ‘foe 49th Year Boox. 
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OUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY BOS A Cheese HN. 
eyen! ns _classes co-ed! epesenel, 
j Course of stud 

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Zeistoceth and Fr Streets NA. 88-1748 
Hie 00 fuates and adie students it's possible to become 
years. Here's the Strayer Plan: 2-year Business 
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He raced 

from Stockholm 
to Vienna 

to the Riviera... 
Only one bullet 
ahead of half 
the secret agents 
of Europe... 
and still he 
wouldn't Jet go 
of the deadliest 
\ Secret a man 
evel carried! 


Sy See RMS 


Beauty Culture 
1210 G St. N.W. 


N/ ARFLYNN BEAUTY COLLEGE gq ‘ts Gattis T120 
LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE OPERATORS i GREAT DEMAND 
DAY AND EVENING CLASS 


Business and Secretarial 


OYD'S SCHOOL OF COMMERCE 270 en a's 


EFFPRESHER and INTENSIVE Becinners’ courses in SHORTHAND 

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n ae 

APPROVED “Gr” 

is s veteran himself. New classes starting. 
NA. &-2398 


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Thirteenth and F Streets 8-1748 
Open all the summer, new classes twice each month. 8- ook intensive 
achedules. Ghorthand and Typewriting for college students; refresher 
and speed building classes; teen-age typewriting in special summer 
classes. Secretaryship with choice of four programs: Executive, Legal 
Medical and Private. Visitors welcome without appointments. 


EMPLE SCHOOL 1328 


Temple ~ ee yt in 
in 10 weeks } 

(3) Typing in dividuaite 
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Founded 1905 v.Ww 
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$5 weekly at night and $10 weekly in P school 


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‘Short Sveciatized Evenine Units—Start Sept. 17—Veteran Appreved—é6th Yr. 


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Accredited Technical Institete Curricels 
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Secretarial and Court Reporting 
TENOTYPE INSTITUTE Wainer Ss 2 194 15th 8 
MA 


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EB i d 
NATION'’s TOP-RA 
L--22nd YEAR. Free demonstrations r 
tioned. New day and evening classes Jun 
St. 
_ National 


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“WE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERA 
, Wednesday, May 30, 1956 


Hospital Aid 
KANSAS CITY, May 29 # 
The Southern Baptist Conven- 
tion’s executive committee to- 
day refused to consider a reso- 
lution calling for a court attack 
on constitutionality of Federal 
aid for hospital construction. 
After more than an hour's 
debate, the committee threw 
out the resolution offered by 
the Rev. Henry Lyons, Mont- 
gomery, Ala., on the ground 
that to vote either for or 
against such a proposal would 
embarrass Baptists in their re- 
lations with other religious 
ups. 
Instead, the committee re- 
ferred to its public affairs com- 
mittee for detailed study the 
entire question of Federal aid 
as provided under the 1946 Hill- 
Burton Act. 
The Lyons resolution specif- 


ically mentioned that under the 
Hill-Burton Act $100,381,067 


has been appropriated to or for}. 


the benefit of hospital and 
medical facilities constructed 
or being constructed under the 
auspices of the Roman Catholic 
Church throughout the United 
States. 

A convention spokesman said 
the Lyons resolution grew out 
of a dispute at Montgomery 
whether Federal aid should be 
sought for construction of a 
Baptist Hospital to be built 
there by Alabama Baptists. 

The convention has before it 
a proposal to build a Southside 
hospital at Miami, Fla., but the 
spokesman said there has been 
no suggestion that Federal aid 
be sought for that project. 


Race Reprisals| 4 


Denounced by 
Church Group 


PHILADELPHIA, May 29 


A report denouncing race dis- 
crimination and reprisals 
against those advocating deseg- 
regation was submitted today 
to the 168th Genera: Assembly 


of the Presbyterian Church in! 


the United States. 


The Department of Social! 


Education in the report called. 
on all church members to 
“work for a nonsegregated 
church and society,” and to 
send gifts to the Church of the 
World Service for “political 
refugees in our own country” 
who have suffered economic 
reprisals because of their de- 
segration stand. 

“White citizens’ councils! 
have been formed,” the report 
said, “for the express purpose 
of using ‘every lawful means’ 
to maintain racial segregation 
in all areas of life at all costs. 

“The means used have been 
‘most commonly ‘economic pres- 
sure. However, the use of in- 
timidation, social and political 
pressure and even occasional 
violence is not unknown to 
some persons in these groups 
although g their policies de- 
nounce violence.” 

The report called for reaf- 
firmation of the church's “un- 
shakable conviction that all 
forms of involuntary discrim- 
ination are denials of human 
worth” and urged widespread 
prayer sessions as “the com- 
mon voice of the church uni- 
versal against racial discrim- 
ination.” 


Teacher Quits 
‘As Answer to 


Test Question 


GRAHAM, N.C., May 29 
The City Counci! today studied 
the “scholastic intent of a 
q' estion asked high school stu- 

ents in a United States history 
examination. It was: 

“The Graham City Council is 
largely composed of: A. Idiots; 
B. Ignoramuses, C. Ne’'er-do- 
a D. You call it; you got 
2 

District Principal N. G. Bryan 
reporteu that Wilton Hawkins, 
history and mathematies teach- 
er, included the “unusual” ques- 
tion at a final llth grace his- 
tory examination last Friday. 

ryan said he learned of the 
question yesterday and Hawk- 
ins, when confronted with the 
report, tendered his verbal 
resignation. 14 


Hospital Council 
Hears Aid Bids 


The District Hill-Burton Ad- 
visory Council yesterday heard 
two applicants for funds to 
help build rehabilitation center 
and a nursing home. 

Goodwill Industriés, 1218 
New Hampshire ave. nw., asked 
for funds up to $150,000 for a 
rehabilitation center. The Car- 
roll Manor Home for the Aged 
wanted $425,000 to help build 
a nursing home at 19th ave. 
and DeLaSalle rd.. Prince 
Georges County, Md. Though 
located out of the District, the 
home would draw local pa- 
tients. 

The Council has congres- 
sional authoritiy to recommend 
allotments up to $800,000 for 
hospital construction, needed 
by the community. 


Blew Named Advisor 


To Health Service 
Michael J. Blew, a _ sanita- 
tion specialist with the Chief 
of Army Engineers, has been 
appointed to advise the VU. S. 
Public Health Service on the 
training of sanitary engineers 
for the Army and Air orce. 
_Blew, who lives at 3405 Tu- 
ane dr., West Hyattsville, also 
will aid in ——— a train- 


“PUBLIC AUCTION OF 


New and Used Household 
FURNITURE 


Living, Dining, Bedroom, 
Tables, Chairs, Lamps, 
Rugs, Antiques, Washers, 
Gas Range, Lawn 
Baby Furniture, Luggage, 
China, Silver, Brass, Bric- 
a-Brac, Office Furniture, 
etc. 


TONIGHT AT 8 P. M. 


MONTGOMERY AUCTION 
GALLERIES" = 

11308 Fern &.. peers. Md. 
Lo, + 


RVIC 


PIPELINE CLEANERS R. | 
sewers sass Grainy: best 
ulpment: econ 


A DEPENDABLE geni. contractor; 
old nouses restored or purchased; 
all types home improvements: add 

,ecreation rooms. dormers, 


a room, 
rches. kitc 


ADDITIONS. aber. odel., ae 
A — oe 


before 8 a AY = 


“ree. fms aa yee 
A - ral 


po Free” es 
AA PSP date ® to” 


= aes eee Tn 
: all wo aha 
3. 
‘til 10 p.m. 
“BAY TIFY. MODERN 
ae 


Fru 
eating. sites” "addition rec 
a ty sy ee : 
n x ec sfaction ; 
Pree cst. MN. Sehit TA 9-4870. 
BRK. WORK-<Also cement work, 
garages, houses, etc. JO. 8-6063 


ee 


concants = hg preps, No 


DR'WAYS, porches. steps. watlka. 
marages, a +e walls. concrete 
ork. al _ LU. 4-8829 eves. _ 


aoe dea. Pr roe aa 


trees, gardens and drive- 
Batimates J 4-2693. JA. 
2-9371. 


remod.: rec. rm. 


1-$323._ J 
Fee ay "pepering and plastering. 
reas. Free estimates. Li 71-6415. 


PAINTING apd repair work. Int. 


in wd - BY PONTING TOF Deco- 
Fators. Reas.. free est. a 


Searmeen Int. & Ext... mechan- 

ics. free est “peeitig 1 beat our 

price. JO. 8-860) SP. JA 64 

PAINTING and repair Wo m- 

tetior and exterior, PO 

PAPERHANGING—$12 age | ~~ 

wk. only with 1956 sunfas 

able p aper. JU. §-1600. R. 

PLASTERING—New 

stuccoing. EX. 3-1629. 

PLASTERING & dry walis: taping 

& finish white mech. LA56- — 

eserves and siding: spouting 92 
ooms: peretnigg ng 

mach LU 22-9171. 

neoe REP.— on work 


r Point 


— Tes RE ’ ALR S—Fre est. 
AD. 4-8698; eves.. LU. 3-0389. 


ne ee 


ROOF INSTALLED varanteed ut up 


pe my Ave 

Arlingto 

_Stiver Spring 

SECRETARIAL service your office 

or mine. edy round- che-cloes 

gg 3 wederate. eo ce Mr. 

Hall. NA. 8-9010. ext. 506 

SILVER SPRING Auto ae , Special 
ing in foreign 9451 


“sien ie i aoe Sn pation. 
steps. estimate. 


walks. etc 


TYPING—Ed! meee writing. 
Round-the-clock sery pues Prices. 


oor c lng. ¥ Deis 


WINDOW, Fall To 
ine san sti ting 


Losr 


con 
taining “ela Bing, 
Station, eure 9-3469 fa 


BOXER. fawn: male: aoe 
Reward 4-9427 


FRI SERVICE KEY on tie clip: : vie 
New Pee ame Rendelph st.; 
May 25 PW 


GLASSES— Vic . 


8-2740 Ask 


PARAKEET — Chartreuse. 

_ rete” Vics art Yuises. JA. 758008 
PAYROLL BOO pink: hard 
cover. REW -3555. 

WRIST WATCH. . Ingy's small gold. 
initialed M. P J. é G 


Monday pelween ward. t Cire § 
ab ve. Ww ‘ - 

FOUND 10A 

maice. in nheam srea: 
ver w 7- 
PARAKEFT—Biue with eray and 
black feathers; leg band. Call JA. 
232-7344 


ROWBOAT, iarce: Patuxent River. 
beached. JO. 8-8730. 


’ 
DRAPERIES. velee fab. Ext "ts . 


FOLKSINGERS ‘ Professional } — 
Avatiabdlie for cocktail party. in- 
termission and general entertain- 
ment. Contect Gathieen Asplin, 
HY. 32-3875. 


IF YOU are interested in stasye 
any phase of creative work or 


Rea 
30 hrs. All a Pcie 
ternoon and 
pecial «a yer | toe 
personality developmen over- 
coming of handicaps, ‘Tes or 
Imagined. 


I WILL NOT be responsible for any 
debts incurred by anyone other 
yeelf. MRS v. 


| Wes 3 po if ° Be tpepene sible fo oF gn7 
anyone 
than myestt he person pivip 
* —_ va ° 
ase A or part time for sum- 
WAVES. 63.95. shamp-wave. 
75c: cuts. 50c. Wash. C.. Beau 


wa LAUREL 
LICO 


gat te and yt «> a. 
MacPHERSON’S CLEANERS 
_ AND LAUNDRY 


A 
INVITATIONS: 24-hour serv 
nie Adams Printing Co.. 
ith st. aw. DI 71-1434 (Eve- 


< 
china pnd. ‘brie-8 


never saw a 
[ime 


STLDING Mi 'R 

ps ny Rina 

ree ; > 
PAMERAS..All bb 


igitiid be | 

4a, wer ell. 

| aA 
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bed, cond 
end mat. 


cere 
es—bargains — leaving 


PK car t. 
Allen. * el) $1800 e Wally 
Crosstown TY. 3327 14th 


ndirons. te 9! he 


ee R-PARQUET 
SAMPLE mailed on rest 
eo axe block ay in maatic 
over, every type _fioor 
° Ca}l 


vReere R—Commi. type. gd 
tal sliding doors. 12 cu, ft. suit- 
pea marmcaeeenta 


“BEGINNERS 
DON'T GO OVERBOARD 
FURNISH YOUR 3-ROOM APT. 
COMPLETE WITH 


BRAND-NEW 
GUARANTEED FURNITURE 
FOR ONLY 


$245 


IMMEDIATE FREE DELIVERY 
Nothing Down—Easy Terms 


STATE FURNITU. RE CO. 
Si sth Si Set 


ers. up. 
cabinet ou. restoring, 
repairing. No job 
small or te laree. terms. 
offman upnels ‘fie 7 18th 


rode oe 


Look What You Can Get For 


$219 


18 PIECES 


OF ‘ 
Brand-New Furniture 
MAM iter surT 
1-PC LIVING RM BUTTE 


NO. MONEY DOWN 
EASY PAYMENTS 


SAM ott od 


FURN. 7” “w-~ ie rm. fer and 
tables, good cond Very reas. 


A312 af bit rm. set. 
rapes. arden tools and other 
ousehol goods Wilton rug: 9x12. 


de rota fae springs. 
mattresses win spree 
@rapes to me teh. 4 _~". m 
bed. Curtains; eae “s- way 
ds and end L 2754. 
ry ra Ww . Be 


FURNI 
BRAND-NEW 


7-PC. BEDROOM 
5-PC. LIVING ROOM 
DINETTE 


ALL $2] ROOMS 


TER MS—FREE DELIVERY 


“ALPERSTEIN’S 
1020 7TH ST. NW. 


Daily 9-6 “Won be ana Thurs.. 9-9 


d 

range end refrigerator. Also misc 
-J i 

rtEn: ome bina tte set. sewin - 
chine. elec.; rolfaway bed &:'"3- 
7776. 

FURNITURE 

SAVE 50% 
ALL «af better grade furniture. 
nog BY read tne price tags and 
buy fer sasha our egy price. 
Terrific savings. Nothing in town 


can match this ining room. bed- 
room. 2-pc. sectiona) sofas, chairs. 


mu 
immediately Oven Tu andes, rameeee 
day and Friday nights ‘til 10 
aang & untlii 2 Dp. m. Clos ‘Me: 
mori 


rates FURNITURE CO. 


ving a8 part a 
ood cond. Very reas. 
rted household” items. 


* a 
colored: sofa. ‘isht * yislet cu 
made Sippes: green mod. aa. 


colfee tables. 


ivory" tnlaid:: eo carriage. 


ttress, n 
or twin-size, 


ff di 


: yr Price 
4 mahosany. ‘aaa 


Jar 
Bt ee Be 
dma Siteo Bh 


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is. bur 
“ane. old 
*-peasonable 


F URNI ITU URE 
3 ROOMS 
BRAND-NEW 
FOR ONLY 


$245 


NO MONEY DOWN 
Easy Terms, Free Delivery 
SWANK  FURN. 


1115 H ST. NE. 
Ul. 3-8700 _ 


returns 
qd 


ed 


money on a 


fat oat fa 


t b 
. (fast abor » the 
sNO—) sey con- 
sole-type instruments in ; 5 
am 
4s $1 80. tut 
PTA} Used spinets. oss aw: up; 
partment upright » a 
Barents NO 
iy nw. (just ve 
. a "OrEN THURS. E . 


NO—Steck grand custo built. 


er “selectine any 

a he excitingiy new 
‘m deetrenic piano, oniy 
usiv ot ITT’S. 1330 


y iS c 
r best offer; must sell, UN. 


* cello si 
nee hole. $15: 


ori] it. § 
i 4 29 782.8 eve 
con : ‘. 
rissa ages x 9- 0-619 
Rebuilt Steinway uprieh 
: Bie uarantee $095. 


Cc CoO. 1108 G 


Dav only. Plano 


thner uprt. «made in Germany, 

5) Steinway apt weet. $325 
Spin ets. Consoles 

A lar others om and 

deli very. bench {ree 

bought. pay gg } vase 
in trade roy Golibart. 

No") R4 W. AD. 4- so28” is 50 


4{NO—Ka abe é- it srand splen- 
| ~$315. 


ways for your comparison 
Washin ton's ONLY &t 


et 


siey Stat mates 
any. ; “$189 


~~ and 
tts. oonewee. nds 
and uprights at erate rates 


ty sts. nw i hans 
9332 Ceereia, ave. 
Silver pSPripg (phone JU 105'; 
Lee Just bie * Siseien. Va. 
‘phone 8-5060) Suburban 
ge A we every evening. Park 


$00 ‘pest. her tt ae 

‘ of er - = 

RANGE = “Enterpris dee full 
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(from, SASS He pie ih sa- ; 
St. S-d40b) 0% 


n e luxe? pe 


Sil ede 


console. 
A ree. in excel- 
Jent condition iE 6-8970 


REFRIGERATORS 
$5 DOWN DELIVERS 


Headauarters for bet 
refrigerators SPA RELING: * IKE 
NEW. Guaranteed 2 ast 


OPEN TO ORIAL | DAY 
800 UPSHUR ST NW. TU 
REFRIGERATORS—Used: 

uy, &5 per a. 


—F ri 
on + best of offer. R 
— ripidaire act fh; ex 
75. SO 


SEA RIGib A TORS—ase “$14 3D up: 
r.: delivered ge. stock. AC} 

1011 7 én wi A NA. &- 8952. 

. Used: All makes guar. 

: $49.95. Di strict Home & 


small rugs, $32, ‘OL, 32-2119. 


a. itior 
INVENTORY ae 
WASHINGTONS BIRTHDAY 
PRICES on used machines, floor 

samples and demonstrators. 


First customer, Thursday ne 
5 Cuaee gets a reconditioned 
ctric machine 
9c 
On sale ONLY 
SINGER SEWING Cantey 
3107 WILSON BLVD.. ARL. VA 
SHIRLINGTON SHOPPING CTRE.. 
ARLINGTON, VA 
702 KING 8T., NEXANDRIAL VA 
Maste Bia 
* sone Model. 
2‘... 


ro. units; 
atito-timer 


warming oven; excel. cond. Cail 
Vv ~435 


L— as 250Cftié‘'T!& . tke 
Rev $90 Call JA. S-8675.— 8 
5S : NG ooL—C . car 


12 in. deep with « teel 
us l1 season 20 


erep- Teal: 
aed 


Ks AND LOCKERS 
$10 lockers. $4 95: 
2: all sizes: lowest 
‘¢ TENN'S, 3038 Geor- 

, A. 9-0625.- 

| Emerson, 1935. Call 
after 6 30 I 9-6967 
Emerson, 17- inch, 

console with doo 
Any reasonab'e_ atten 
TV SETS 


‘used) 
10” to 24" 
All Guaranteed 
Yes. We have Credit 
TAN AY 


de isiad ee Ee 
argeins. Brown, 604 
} We h. V ta! 
ERS— Your choice. only 
se week. Cali Clark's. EM. 3. 

35 new for a free demonstration 


—- Kenmore sud- 
saver. *35 3 


A it. 
,, Pea 
WASHER —Prieidaice. Spindry. ex- 


nd ix ule 


mahogany 


Used: fully eu 


sy-Spin dryer 


used Siu : 
never aK 
+ hy 


ee pata RK 977 
ALBION BOOK SHC } Pens: 


evivrania 


aes Bs iy or 
good tised furn., TV, rs.. stoves, 
ankour. etc. Closed Monday 


5. PURNITURE EXCHANOE 
. y¥ amount: & a9 
as Tange an 


need refrigerators. 


your denta ret ute tin 


discard KAHN, Nic. 


INSTRUCTIONS. 


AIRLINES 
AIR TRAVEL AGENCIES 
NEED 


EN end WOMEN. Ground and 

ight opportunities everywhere. 

Coast to ast and overseas, You 

may ie “Cail im, person et 

from Bat 

> ~ WRITE to AY 

name ‘éarese oft and kent 

number to noon 1103 
_ AVIATI 


. ann 
writer or oreducer for radio & 
tnionstes 15-wee 


, u eon dlvskoa le ¢ June 
19. Grantham Bective 821 -19th at. 
2X ae ae 


NURS SRSES NEEDED 


women wanted. 17-65, 
BK white a colored: 
valescent hom doc 
vate rt rood cuant 


R 
te booklet visit 
Nationa 
Victor .B 


Use your vacation to learn « 
cation Study to become 
and Radio staff announcer. 

or disc jockeys tl! DE 
ve sree audition T 

Ju NATIONAL AC ADEM 
‘BROADCASTING 3338 


~“WOMEN—ALL A 
Get a Better Job 
aes MORE MONEY—LEARN 
horthand and Typing 
SPEEDWRITING 
Uses ABC's 120 Words Per Ke" 


IN SIX WEEKS 


Wei ting zvee Placement 
a => to 9 P 


ire 4 
Phone sT. 3-2086 
Wash neton's Only 
speeowriting 
Secretarial School 
1406 G St. NW 


WANTED 


Men. fPomen te train as announe- 
he writers. 4 

oormen. cl 

ms rt cour ses 


in beauty eul- ‘ 


ubjects taught:  Senreves 

training; cay. eve. classes. 

“ttt bEA vty COLLEGE. 
Ww 


AR 
WELY. 16-wk eve. course. Free 
English class with typing. ABC, 
REC or machine shorthand. 
Air eon atti oned. TEMPLE SCHOOL. 
1338 st nw. NA. 8-3259 


HELP, MEN 


“ cou" RKS to &§ 
POSITIONS ig 1334 Mass 


Immediate o 


Employment Service 


Washington's Largest Agency 


PARTIAL 


LISTINGS ONLY 
Manager. eng fee 


research 
$: -$20.000 
fixteres District repre- 


electro-mech field $10.000 
Electronic components. national 
7.200 


fo 
PROFESCIORIAL. 
Dir... research- develo 
nec 
constr project, 
hb. ¥ Pc 
overseas % 
FFIC 
Collection Mer.. 
Expediter. grad 
Auditer. travel 
Acct semi-s 
Bookkeeper 
Secretary 
laims Adjustor trainee 
pace. a Ges. nec. 


Cle 
NATIONAL ‘EMPLOYMENT arth 
1108 isi St ae L. EX. obo 
Acc Par 

ATLAS "AGCY. NEEDS. 
Ace’ts. bkprs.. ener. ban \ 


trainees sec’ ys typists, 
many ot her. Highest saleries 


AGC N. 
“ADJUSTER—-$325 
Pref. college trained, young man. 
Office Mer. trainees. credit. wore 


’ ive openings. $60 w 
vay CRACE’ DUNN 


inside 
ex 


Al 
steady work 


utomeotive bookkeeping: 
opportunity® fo for in a mea. P 
Yr Moran. for ap- 
pnintment 
AUTO body helper and paint delper: 
experience desirable but ec- 
essary. Call Mr. Apple. 4 3-2 “~ a 


Melpar’s expansion 
_ created new 
positions for men experienced 
in the following fields 


Sheet Metal Layout 


Machine Parts Inspettion 


Electro Mechanical Inspection 


Precision Assembly 


MELPAR INC. 


1311 South Fern St. 
Arlington, Va. 


(1 bik. off Jefferson Davis Hwy. 
Route | at South 15th St.) 


> 


hy pick-up teukdte 7 


hg car. 
ee. att.. white, “ 
Rory ¢7 meat man. colored. 
ospital maint.. white _ at 
ee 

essers. silk and woo! 

+ furn. exp. . 


rates: plenty « 
ing condit 7 s: 
. 


mi: ' i 
som. Herson's ate and “Agpiianes 


ILE SAL 
A av number iJ 


NGTON: e 
NEWEST FORD DEALER 
Demonstrator Sermtened 
. Minimum commiss 
socpssorien tien ~~ life insur- 


} - Paid ,vacation 


have never told cars. but 
cade sellin 


dealer —_ years 


fee eee 3 rs “, . =. ar 
DEES & te etecibe' st 


Pere: SALECMEN 


WANTED. who can think and 
— Guailfied new car saleemen to 
sell ¢ all new ‘56 

excelient or i 


——Used cars. @x- 
perienced: no fiosters. Must fur- 
mish A-l references eo Rw 
pien: transpertation furn 
pienty advertising and ed aaa 


fincein. Jew mens ler, stones, 


AUTO SALESMAN — 


of new-car a 


pe ce preferred. 
ry Cal 
Y B&B HOR 

& 6th st. ne 


BA RRE ee roa, ex 
xt, 


RB "Tore for busy shop- 
pane mE 78 Piney Branch 


niin Wabier = hae 


my a 9th ‘tt. 


70% guar 


—Iist class Mentone man for 
busy spopping center. 4603 u 
st Shirley Shopping Center. 
Alex 


olored. to handle white 


BAR 
trade. experienced. reliable. JA 


A ay* Uh y t- 
urday: 850 and commission. 1650 
Columbia ré. nw. NO. 7-4770 
BARTENDER 
White. Exper. Excellent pay 


BASSIN’S 


i347 EB ST. NW 


experience. white only. Current rate 


eek write von history and reter- 
ences to Bo H T- , 


| . 
GUARANTY EMPL, ‘161 N. Allred 


' ishwasher $40 
truck drivers. lsund $55 
to ‘to Grivers. furn ture. 
Arcade 2 , ft 10th nw. Open 
M rr 
op _ ary (o exper 
meat cutter. "sels 1906 Tt nw 


HER 


For very fine market; must be 
sober. experienced and reliable 
air-conditioned store. excellent 
working — tions and good sail- 
ary Ap im person onis Mr. 
Toombs. o 137 to ave. 


Cc 
erat tae Sau 
omablisned boys am 
r A 8-62 


for interview Ss CS 
CAPTAINS White. ter hotel cocktail 
lounge. Complete ree qeeetiont 
salary. meals and ene benef! 
- —— 44 personne) -manager panes- 
olie Hote! i st 
CARPENT 5-277 Nor 
Aringice ; 
136. ask for Mr 


months emp 


LY 
PE N OFFICE 
MAYELOWER. HOTEL 
CONN AVE A Degalrs ST. NW. 
CHAU FFEUR—Co! Bnvessy. 
$50 wk RATIONAL Bh EMPLY 
VICE, 719 1ith St. NW.. 2 floor 


— xperienced to take “charge 
app y 

hfe or co Salat cits tab 

plus room an 


Cook. short order. white or col. $50 
room an 
Ooks ite 
ounter girl wh 
river. col. with A $35 rs = 
Dishwasher. col 
No fee until w orkin 
CONW Ay MD es Serv, $18" 6th nw. 


emoria 
COLLECTOR - — Pull 
time. 5-day week: good opportu- 
nity: car necessary: salar plus 
commission. annual bonus. . 2 


’ 


—_PFTO 
experience ‘seoamear? 
sistant mer... WibirnVON HO- 


fice routines and detail, 
head his own team doing this 
work, He must be results- 
minded, face problems as a 
challenge and be ready to 
work to make a career for 
himself. He should be well 
balanced, energetic, have good 
personal habits, and get along 
with people. Experience in 
making adjustments, handling 
complaints, etc., helpful. 

if you are under 25 or over 
35 it will be difficult to fit 
you into our program. We will 
waive a college degree for in- 
telligence and strong personal 
qualifications. To such 4 man 
we offer security plus the 
chance to learn and grow in a 
local organization holding «a 
leading place in our industry. 
Please make your letter of ap- 
plication both specific as to 
your education, experience and 
personal circamstances, and 
persuasive—make it sell your- 
self. 


P.O. Box 6472 
Washington, D. C, 


CIVIL ENGINEERS 


Rela Band.” ree ex 4 fer enperteneré 
is 


eng 
ce wav ‘ ee otihte wich 
ettwctien x — and 


D are Ae eaee 
coils. materials and ‘ + ia? 


moor op 

 &. salary requirements. 
rite ie or or 
Pee there & KAHL 
ole N lvert timore. Md. 


 SDLLECTION MAN 


opportunity for - Tiere 
re in collectine 


Brak pi anc” a of 


NAL MPLY. Vv 


ai fr, 
Cost Fs IMATOR 


Por production plant specialising 
in general metal fabrication. F 

iter with Gov't specifications. 
‘7108, Co. Rockville, Md. OL 


meer Camp i. 


+ 
(4)—White. 
52. An- 


DISTRICT 
MANAGER 


IMMEDIATE OPENING 


With one of the large sutomo- 
bile manufacturers 25-3 
Must ave abdout 

successful retai) 

car experience 

education or equivalent. 

and sive persona] Information 
gne saues experience. Box M-1332. 


enced iocal and 

aetanes “household moving 

and packing apply Curtis Moving 

anc Store o 5514 Dorsey Lane 
t 6-7 

p.. AR.- 

N. Alfred at. 

FOR—Colored. 

also 


middle ace license rea 
sunentenss exper Hours 2 te li 


ENGRE, = No fee eta? 
ALMER ave 


DO 
etecth CIAN’S HELPER —Experi-. 
enced only. 301 7th st. se 


ELECTRICIANS 
And Helpers 


Top dslariss, Gol Wal >-sase 


ELECTRONICS 
ENGINEERS 


EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY 
IN A RAPIDLY GROWING 
ORGANIZATION 


SEVERAL OPENINGS FOR 
DESIGN AND 
DEVELOPMENT MEN*AT 
ALL EXPERIENCE LEVELS 


CIRCUIT DESIGN AND 
SUB-MINIATURE PACKAGING 
EXPERIENCE DESIRABLE 


PERMANENT OPENINGS ON 


MILITARY AND PRODUCT 
DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 


CALL MISS ARNOLD 
RE. 7-5290 
OR SEND RESUME TO 


Cc. W. BARBOUR 


HOOVER ELECTRONICS CO.. 
3640 Woodland Ave. Balto. 15. Md. 


ENGINEERS 


SCIENTISTS 


Fire Control—Missiles—Instrumentation—Radar 
Servo Mechanisms—Aerodynamics—Circuitry 
Weapons Systems—Magnetic Amplifiers 
Air Navigation Aids—lInfra Red 
Telemetering—Electro Optics 
Field Service Engineering 
Transistor Circuitry 
Computer Design 
Antennas 


Helping engineers become more effective is the best 


way we know of helping our own growth. 


For this 


reason we offer assignments worthy of their abili- 
ties, stimulating associates and the fullest technical 


support possible. 


Add to these facts the uniaqve 


combination of smali-company flexibility and large 
corporation stability and you have an environment 


well suited to growth. 


For outstanding personnel 


our hyper 2 expansion program offers excep- 


tional opportunities. 


Interviewing 


MEMORIAL DAY 


9 am. to 1 p.m. 
FOR APPOINTMENT 


Call KI. 


8-4907 ~ 


If unavailable for interview send resume to: 


AVION DIVISION 


_ ACP Industries, 


Inc. 


524 North Pitt St. 
Alexandria, Virginia 


} 


ELECTRONICS 
MISSILE TEST 
PROJECT IN 


FLORIDA 


Radar Engineers 
Communications Engineers 
Telemetry Engineers 
Optics Engineers 
Instrumentation 
Planning Engineers 
Opto-Mechanical Engineers 
Field Engineers 
Radar Technicians 
Communications Technicians 
Telephone Technicians 
Mathematicians 


Also interesting assign- 
ments in Bahama Islands 
for Technicians Bonus; 
food and lodging furnished 


Unusual opportunities for 
professional advancement. 
Broad, liberal RCA bene- 
fits. Relocation assistance 


For Personal Interview 
In Washington, D. C. 
Call Mr. A. Starr 

' at Di. 7-4800 


THURSDAY OR FRIDAY 
MAY 31 OR JUNE 1} 


2 P.M. to 9 P.M. 
Or Send Complete Resume to 
Employment Mgr., Dept. N-209 
RCA Service Co., 
P.O. Box 1226, Melbourne, Fla. 
~ ENGINEER 
Recent Graduate 
Large Eastern metal eanepee een 
open or an 


ne and extrusion. PF include 
n your reply complete details cone- 
cerning your @ 


ence ! any oe Pier? Ke. 
ENGINEER 


th and 6th class leense: colored; 
or \larce modern sair- condition 
acartment bul idin 

y 


LIs 
_ pecretariai 
jum | 8 


. experienced, ss 
ly in person Randy's. 


rive 
Pat +o tanh ret %o of Geuete 
antry Marke . 
Hyattsville. or call - 7 hon. 
RBS 


{ eats — 
ae ne Vit oe 


EaPLy atVics 
| } ERR—Col_ exp. D C. 
driver's permit. Good pay. Appiy in 
persce Evervbodyvs Mkt. 1469 P 
eal clerk. top sal- 

4 Ap- 


ERY A 
ary paid to exper! ~ arm man 


s 
a | -~ wae 
building. near 
lorid Good 
cellent working conditions 
floor living apartment wit 
Class 6 license reauired 


age 35-50 fa 
Workweek of 6 ye and 1p 
Ine Bu. call “208 N IN 
taney ee ivpe 
- ye MR wor ine 
} incv 
d "s ve Wivarterhie, 
ll AP. 7-661 
"ANDSCAPE 


PLAN DRAWING 


No experience required: if qualle 


rivate seaseren organ 
atio can °@ 
ody vancement 
mn with the above orered 


Bie ot aera 


LUBRICATION MAN 


copper 


GAS STATION ATTENDANT 


PARKING ATTENDANT 
(PULL OR PART TIME) 


Must 004. caret driver 
wit j eat in 


MACHINISTS 


Experienced 
With Small Mechanisms 


Capable of Working to Close 
Tolerance 


Well Equipped Shop Facilities 


Wages Commensurate With 
Ability 


Many Company Benefits 


Apply in Person 
MON, TUBS. THUR. FAL 
8 AM. to 4 P.M. 


MELPAR, INC. 


OH STEP 
Da ee 
ah, one Ue 


ce a 
PORTERS 


| 
| FALLS CHURCH LABORATORY 


Man selected will B . schooled at 
our expense 
ren which sos 

year, Feraine. opportunity first 
 mearried man over 


000 pl Interested only 
24 with good 

sderences ms jaterview 

ies m. t0 at ren Ww 


eall Mr 
MANARER TRAINEE 


Falls Church residents pre- 
terred. Permanent positions in 
Falls Church. References re- 
quired. Many employe bene- 


ednesday fits. 


APPLY IN PERSON 
S®aA™M TO4P M 
MON. TUES. THUR. FRI. 


for special | 
| 


men ed 
wfanch managers 


Youn 

training 4s 

No experience necessary- —periodic | 
to. including many company 


Sst rave ctr: eral allowance MELPAR, INC. | & 


or car e€x 


| 
Contact Spilman 7920 Geor- 
JV. | 


eee 5 a, ues, Spring Phone Jt | 
. Poon . Ree, a: \ Mi Rainier! 
MEAT CUTTER 


ition for sober rotiadie | 


3000 ARLINGTON BLVD. 
FALLS CHURCH, VA. 
Tene, A Arnold I . * bus Big wet eS 
*t 


| an 
| plant entreses 


y Brookville rd. 


MEN. PART “TIME | 


YOUNG MEN abie to| 
m _, eves. pet + 


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- 
PAIR LINE DRAWINGS WILL 
BE HELPFUL. ABOUT $80 A 
WEEK TO START, PLUS AD- 
VANCEMENT ANDO 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. 


0 7 Eg ave 


——. -- —— 


OFFSET NEGATIVE STRIPPER 


ity for su- 
letter -ex- 


opportun 
in 


Experienced 
rvisory position 
Siain why you feel can su- 
ryise others M-134 


ou 

Repiy Box 
il Burner Mechanic — 
nmenens trans. 


The Brookland ¢ Co ‘oun na 
PAINT STORE | 
MANAGER 


Must be experienced. Good salart | 


4 future 
Mee "fice 
16 


14th st. aw 
PAINT 


eint Btores 


ERS—Por lerce new project! 
ie 


BROG.. Ran-| 


EXPERIENCED ONLY 


APPLY JAFFE 
Sil 19TH ST. NW 


IBM 


proudly offers 


The Johns Hopkins 


APPLIED PHYSICS y pis 
irene Coot prot ne 
RY H-WILSON 
INC. RE. 


4 oft PF ttAURY. Realtors 


1/5207 Wisc. Ave 


expanding = Virgin caies ge. 
partment. — 


perienced., 
executive caliber: 
ope, and 


ser nbaee it & 20 ART | fe 


ppesnte must be ex- 
r. Barrens able. 

gen 

subdivision. unlimited 


_ fuunity | 

for qualified men, ages 

Rastite semety $75 per 
ons 


: 7 fri At 
Bk tie 4 . 


tablished food 
tes from 


21 to 
week and 

benefits 

reference. 


REPRODUCTION 
TECHNICIANS 


~—Age 21-40, es- 
roducts route co; 
‘enn with 


e 


furnished 
ard 


everything 
agg 
wk. 

7 paid hatidays an- 


; insurance one eo t 


Photostat Operator 


Experience Necessary. To 
Operate Model C Foto-flo 
Machine 


light delivery and promotion work. 


—afig vacation, Benefits. Ap- ‘ 


linen route 
insurance 
orm yarns 


r 


Applv District 
st 


Ozalid Operator 


aourana. colored. for rua de- 
livery eee Pickup. Prefer someone 
— Hyatts- 


Vv 


| HELP, MEN 


Full and part time positions | 
available; must have knowl- 


Ww 


cee SALESMEN 


not 


Progressive eastern meta 


portunity for young man to train 
as 


i concernin 


Good s 
it sharing and many other bene- 
fits. Wonderful opportunity for ad- 


pany 
Company. 18th a 


SALESMEN 


ha , WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Wednesday, May 30, 1956 35 
15) 


— eee oe one 
SC HELP, aie 


i 
=e ee —t 


trust ts, retirement 
f Ke A he A, Narp 3353 Conn. 


cae oP 


- 
; 


of: 

AUTO PARTS 
HARDWARE 
HOUSEHOLD WARES 
MAJOR APLIANCES 


SHOE. SALESMEN 


Permanent positions: high 
gue commission: employee bene- 


. -P 
Benefits Available columbia Valet. 3 


Company 
GROUP INSURANCE 
HOSPITALIZATION 


mot John Via. HO 


PROFIT SHARING 
VACATIONS 
DISCOUNTS. 


Apply in Person Only 


TERN AUT SUPPLY CO 
1 Rhode isiand Ave. NE. 


STOCK CLERKS 


Previous stock experience desirable 

but i. er, peccscaty Permanent posi- 
wit 

a zation 


REGULAR MERIT REVIEWS 


i} 


Tf 
I 


you can sell and have 4 ear and 
making 30 

veryeh ne you a! 

ver to se 


APPLY IN PERSON 
MON., TUES... THUR., FRI. 
8 A.M. TO 4 P. M. 
rs of age an 


MELPAR, INC. 


-| A SUBSIDIARY OF WESTING- 
HOUSE AIR BRAKE CO. 


1311 SOUTH FERN ST. 
(Off Jefferson Davis Hwy.) 
ARLINGTON, VA. 


or 


A 
foo Trainee—Industrial 
j fabrica- 
ion company has excellent op- 
ales nein Applicant 


hould L . technical "1 college grad- 


~ your education. 


ppertenes = salary desired 


x— 7] “locations, Inside 
sales, lumber, hardware. ¢ic 
lary. Paid vacations. Prof- 


etal) 


ancemen' 
Apply Mrs 


with progressive com- 
Dodd. Hechinger 
nd H Sts. NE 


Silver Svrine 


Some Experience Preferred 


Ripley st.. 


SALES PERSONNEL 


With experience. wanted for part 
time work. All day Saturdays. a: ie 
rom S20 of SB m. until 9 bp. m 
weekday 


In 


ing eee les 
concer 


far Toe 


if desired 


5 


40-Hour Week 


_ 


Excellent Working 
Conditions and 
Employee Benefits 


one of country’s fastest grow- 
Long established 


commission and bonus 
to full time employment 


Positions open for men and women 


Give full details by writing as to 
experi ence. prese employment 
persona geet ete 

Wen “BOX 5559 


M 


a established 
ones 
8-137 


Excellent {gonortunt ty for ee vt 
men. Mu nal 

and have ‘car 
you are read 
have the ~ = ‘eaal fications. 


insurance debit: | 
commission _frous insur-| 

retirement pla neces- 
ary mses for edvancoment NA 


3000 ARLINGTON BLVD. 
FALLS CHURCH, VA. 


ry. 


nees 


x 
NATIONAL EM ¥- 


1108 16th at. at L. 
yy fATtOne BUSHELMAN — frmmediate 
and steady employment. JU. 7-97 


TECH. 
WRITERS 


SAL ESMEN | 


$5000 
HY oa 


be rried. 


Do no ‘apply. Steen 


PIKE 0 


5408 MARLBOR 
ATON R 


S RENSINGTON. WH 


AMANA 
ETROPOLITAN FOOD PLAN | 
"$-4700-—LO, $3588 


University SALE MAN 


24-38. 
sellin 
Saiary pius in- 

rofit 


Career op- 
me me- 


GO MAN, 
in 


YOUN 
Ly a 
hanical sbdility 


rotected territority 
insurance benefits 
TITC . 
after 10:30 a. m 


aha —s sis 


ft 
_ 
8621 Georgia Ave. 1-387 
Silver Spring, Md. 
JU. 9-7700 


7 
as. ¥ NW. | f 


TECHNICAL POSITIONS 


in Washington, /D. C. 


to 


MEN 19-30 
With High School Education and training in either 


MECHANICS 
ELECTRICITY _ 
ELECTRONICS 
Salary & Expenses 
Paid While Training 


INTERVIEWS DAILY 


International Business Machines Corp. 
RE. 7-3705 1220 19th St. N.W. 


2 YEARS’ RECENT EXPERIENCE IN HANDLING 


assignment ; 
company with fine opportunity for) 
advancement 


hone 
hursday or 


2902 Newton 8" 


10 | SALES CLERK—Experience not ne 
essary. Pull ti 


} 
SALESMEN | 
2, 24 to 40, or, estad- | 
routes salar and: electronic eau 

on: $80 guarantee | Education in glee tronic or previ- 

5-day we ous technical writing experience’ 

necessary 

| Interesting and challenging ass! 
| ment on diversified problems. 


~™ m.| full informstion 
L TEA CO. | 

HOTEL 
at R. I Ave. | 


Freparevien of tnstruction mant- 


wh als and 


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Car and 
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RVICE STATION man 

lubrication work only =! 
guperienced, : ’ 0 | 
m.| A Subsidiary of Westinghouse 


SUNOCO 
Rhode — Air Brake Company 


Automobile Liability Claims 


* Career Opportunities 
* Fast Growing Company 


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Pir, Bt | 3000 Arlington Blvd. 


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* Permanent D. C. Location 
* Home Office Positions 


SHOEMAKER OR FINISHER 
Good jod an 
3219 N. Wa 


Falls Church, Va. 


p+ for right man.' 
Maton bivd.. Arl..Va 


Government Employees 
Insurance Company 


14th and L Streets N.W. 
Please Apply at L Street Entrance 


Electronic & Mechanical 


ENGINEERS 


Physicists 
An invitation 
To A Better 
Way of Life— 


From Melpar 


Many factors combine to make for a better way of 
life for engineers who join Melpar Located in 
suburban Falls Church, Melpar is set in peacefull 
surroundings away from congested traffic areas and 
within easy commuting distance of Washington. 


Should you join Melpar you would tie your own 
professional growth to that of a company which has 
doubled in size every 18 months for the past decade. 
Melpar maintains a policy of INDIVIDUAL RECOGNI- 
TION which enables our engineers to progress accord- 
ing to their own timetables, not prearranged ones, 
Ability and performance primarily determine ad- 
vancement. Age, tenure, length of experience are 
only secondary considerations. 


Melpar's unique *’project team” system allows each 
engineer to experience the OVER-ALL APPROACH 
to an engineering problem, thus enabling him to 
broaden his experience and background, essential to 
eventual directorship responsibility. Each project 
group is responsible for an ENTIRE problem, from 
initial conception to completion of prototype. 


Complete facilities are at the engineers’ disposal. Our 
new laboratories encompass over 285,000 sir-condi- 
tioned square feet and offer, in addition to a Central 
Model Shop, supplementary facilities, test equipment 
and personnel available for immediate use within each | 


project group. 
Engineers wishing to work toward higher degrees may 


take advantage of the fully accredited graduate courses 
available at Melpar. 


If you would like to learn more about the 
unique growth opportunities at Melpar, call 


Technical Personne! Representative 
JEfferson 4-6000 


Or drive out to Melpar and inspect 
our laboratories at your convenience 


OPENINGS EXIST IN THESE FIELDS: 


Network Theory—Systems Fvaluation—Microwave Techniacue— 

. VEF or GHP Receivers—Analog Computers—Maanetic 
Tape Handlins—Digiteal Computers—Radar and Countermeas- 
ures—Packaging Electronic Equipment—Pulse Circuitry—Mic- 
rowave _ Pilters—-Plight Simulstors—Servomechsnisms—Oub- 
b Design—@mall Mechan- 
pec A Contrgl and Test Engineering—Antennae Design. 


MELPAR, Inc. 


A subsidiary of Westinghouse Air Brake Company. 
3000 Arlington Bivd., 
Falls Church, Va.. 


RUGGED ENGINEERS 


Our positions are for young men who want 
responsibility, like to meet customers and are 
willing to work. So if you're looking for a 
cozy indoor job, don’t bother to read further. 


What do we do? We’'te a service company to 
the oi! industry. 


Our Engineers are Technical Consultants, who 
are called by oil companies, day or night, to per- 
form electrical, mechanical, and radio-active 
tests in oi! wells. 


¢ 


Engineers are in charge of a Mobile Labora- 


COLLEGE GRADUATES—TECHNICAL 


(Engineering, Physics, Mathematics, etc.) 


Young men graduating from college, sep- 
arating from the armed services or other- 
wise interested in the attractive oppor- 
tunities offered through permanent em- 
ployment in the BELL TELEPHONE SYS- 
TEM are invited to call MR. NORWOOD 


for an interview. 


ME. 7-9900, Ext. 2043 
Monday thru Friday 
8:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. 


salary 


eben Hi wf 


an expanding research 


MANY EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 


. procedures O8 yoUNG MAN—If you can play pi- 


FoF 


| 


. Suite 
“COLORED SALESMEN 
Will $20 a day interest you “ 
training? Full- or part-tim 
salary or wage neat, ro 
erences. Cal -6666, 
16 


> HELP, WOMEN 


starting salary. 
ine & Storage 
*- Lids 


om Gertie Pe - ee 
= Pee he 
YOUNG MAN 


years o of ae portufity 
for “ee caree with te Fo 
a 
who 
in 
excellent advance- 
ur week. salar 


pertenas company if its hein’t 
av 
open Atlantic Research Corp. K 
«7500. Ext. 106. 


Accounts Payable Clerk 


wo depa ex- 


LIFE INSURANCE CO. 


~ CLERK-TYPISTS 
SECRETARIES 


high school 
ypist. Lib- 


UNIVERSA 


Room 518 ne PSs50 “a J 


YOUNG MEN 
(WHITE—18-28) 


Accot NTANT . — French - English 


Sf. -dtsired, - Box. 


; $5.500 

ATLAS. AGCY. NEEDS | 
Secys.. ofc. mach 

bagi Smersowe bast for | 


de 
ATLAS. AGCY., 1420 N.Y. Ave NW | 
Admin. Secys., to $6000 
Select positions in PUBLIC RELA- 
I Py APITOL LAW, 
Euinassies AND | 
Must be neat in appearance and ‘ 
able to call On established cus-| E Pea TYPISTS, b (+ roll $70 | 
tomers of one of America s largest) SECY. Cap 
and best known companies cys. 


NO EXPERHENCE NECESSARY 


WE TRAIN YOU 
AT OUR EXPENSE 


CAR FURNISHED 
CALL MR. GREEN 
EX. 3-4467 
Before Noon 


($100 Per Week to Start} 
, een oe 235 Woodward Bid 
YOUNG MEN , 235 RE rata K— Colored NY cy. aikvice™ 


—— — | OK 
te. to work yeh menecer on AIRLINES . NATIC nae Re 
AIR TRAVEL AGENCIES NEED DENT) 


per week to star! 
Rapid advancement. See Mr. Mur- oo. our ad under ins truet sens. 
rey. Room | AVIATION TRAIN tIN 


ray 4 402. 2405 OG st. nw 
Young Men, Part Time | .22715tn » 5. 
WITH CAR. START NOW For full. Assis CrANT 
ae é pp) 1 Wed. | To dress buyer: experienced rine 
M.. 4420 Conn. Ave. Rm takin . 


Receptionists oe 
ecys.. many to 40 wre .. 
cys. it 

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| Becys., 
Secys 
Clk 
ck ¥ 
Syetets many elec 
to 50 yrs 
Underer riter Trainees. some colleg 
ref. ne. and nw $ 
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powe Ex decrees “(math.), te * 
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Clerk: some typing 
ie Ciks.. ¢ 


3500 
ae 
| Clericals, 


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Dietitians Pogues 


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math 
manual, 


$125 PER WEEK OR MORE’ 


Proven to You in the Field | 


, (oll) contact « 
. ho shorthand 


a 
legislative 
(publication 
(transportation) 


232 2 0s isTH Bas, DL_ 77-5752 


5TH ST NW, AT H 


$7 
300 | CLOTHING GRADERS—Past expe- 
275| rience. garment sales, clothing re- 


. stan awe 


ECY _Expo 
LK.-TY PIsTs Cap. Mill - 
7 ot Odd STs... 


HIGH eer eer grads. 
to ; 


MANY OTHE 
Various and interest ~] fields in 
select offices. 
Annette D. Tatelman 
Sth & H NW 


5 sonnel Office 20 

| fo 12 noon. Mon through Fri. 
wre | ved CLERK. NE. office; 
t- : experienced preferred; 
' 
i . 


good me - -day wk. Appiy Mrs. 
Dodd. Seckinacs Co.. 15th and # 
s ne 


_ler __ Box x M-! s 
DICTAPHONE OPERAT TOR 

Good typist or position in ra 

Ly eae a on ol 


625 Eye ai 


FILE CLERK 


Lady besween 35 and 40 years of 
age. 5-day week: paid -insurance. 
$30 See MR. F. H. BERGMANN 

$35 BERGMANN'S LAUNDRY 
TO $0 


$10 FOUNTAIN. “GIRL S—Col, mo eof” 
$40 3 Cooks. sho or 

$35 Wa) ee, vinte. te 

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3200 


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WAITRESS, 


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per 
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per hr 
wo é- “2292 for 


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to $5 
Call 


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| make a career of selling 
me you are the. person We are 
looking for. We have a very attrac- 
tive opening right now. A 
pocensary Salary mi 
See Batteriy. 
of a5 & ' 
between 9 15 and il. 3 
; opportunity to 


—RUTO TITLE CLERK 

e of Washington's largest down » office wor In phote 

town optomontte tea) lerships has | studio Appiv at 8225 Ge. Ave, 
ithe clerk experi- _Silver Spring, Md 

. « 

GIRL TO ASSEMBLE clothes and 

help on counter part time Colum- 

} . 3510 Columbia Pike. Ari, 


HAND IRONER 


ot ead? emp) o¥yment for fast. eual- 
i worke who experience 
tha hand iror mum $1 per 
u App) J7th 


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ie. aD OOM MAID_-SUPERT VISOR; 
h P n 


Apply in person to 


E 
Chevrolet Sales, 


Inc 
4th & Fis Ave NW 
BEAU TICIANS—Ma.e or femaic. $7 
week guar.: permanent. FL 


organ zation. High school graduate, 
or equivalent business experience 
Car furnished. Cai for appoint- 
ment. AP Univefsai CIT | 


MR KIDW 


Addison 


J«7 
Crecit Corp 

WANTED— Handk apped young man 
amputee. ¢o } educa- 
tion nag years a6 
companion: a ary te penttemes 


92009 

Position. Box 3. P-TeH. BEAU TY OPERATORS % ane 
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Me SPPORTUNITY | Beauty” y Pari lor. "392 of"s” Capitol St 
our sales BOOKK ER PER WO 33-35. 3375 
t. work-| GUARANTY EEF 101 N. Alfred | 

2 \ex 
Seite BTENOS. 
Y EMPL. SERV 

Elisworth Dr S.. JUL. 5-9040 
“Bookkeeping Machine 
Operator for Accounts 


Receivable 
And Related Work 
Experience not essential, 
b+ Appiy int gn ones 
Co.. Inc 1224 24th 


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servicemen no ex No D 
For appt call JA. . | 
dependable 
Call EM. 2-8806 
or interview. bdetwren 
nd 12:30 5-9 


aD YOU Want your own business? 
We have new service stations for 
lease .in neardy Virginia 
products advertised 

area and « nown the world 
over Inves t reoulred. Call 
J . 


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Wednesday 


| Hox TFRY «al lesiady wan ted (waiteh 

| 5-day wk.: per ha. positi 
pleasant working conditions: should 

5-day! average ove $50 eck. Apply 

Bales Bo Manager ahers "Shoe Siore, 


_ i 
—Teacher or ad- 
vanced - I. for vacation po- 
siti splendid. experience: pleas- 


tory and are largely on their own. Their assist- 
ants drive the Laboratory (in a truck) to the 
nearby oi! wells. Engineers are furnished a 
car. They live in towns where we have perma- 
nent operating locations. Trips are not long 
and usually involve less than one day, but there 
are several of these in a month. So this is no 
40 hour a week dea!! 


WE COMPENSATE WITH LIBERAL PAY 
AND BENEFITS, SCHEDULED DAYS - OFF 
AND THREE-WEEKS VACATION. 


NEVER HEARD OF US? Ask any oil company 
geologist or petroleum engineer. 
PERMANENT? Yes. We're not subject to 
contract fluctuations. 
LOCATION? Some choice as we operate in 
20 states. 
SALARIES AND BENEFITS? We'll stack ours 
against anybody’s. 
OPPORTUNITY? It’s wide open. 
entirely from within. 
Our representative, Mr. J. A. Mulli 
the following itinerary planned: 
WASHINGTON, D. C. Tel. EXecutive 3-5035 
Wed., May 30 10 AM. to 10 PM, 
Thurs., May 31 10 AM. to 10 P.M. 
BALTIMORE, MD. Tel. MUlberry 5-1000 
Wed., June 6 10 AM. to 10 PM, 
Thurs., June 7 10 AM. to 10 P.M. 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. Tel. PEnnypacker 5-0719 
Sat, June 9 10 AM. to 10 P.M. 


Sun., June 10 10 A.M. to 10 P.M. 
Mon., June 11 10 A.M. to 2 P.M. 


Please call for an appointment during, the 
scheduled hours, if possible. 

Others are welcome to write us, Box 2175, 
Houston |, Texas. | 

Applicants must be Under 20 years of age and have college 
degree in Engineering, Physics, Geophysics, etc. Some 
experience in electricity desirable. 


SCHLUMBERGER WELL 
SURVEYING CORP. 
Houston, Texas 


Promotions 
x, has 


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Cc 


\ 


COMBUSTION SCIENTIST 


PHYSICAL SCIENTISTS 


MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 


PROJECT ASSISTANTS 


Interviewing 


MEMORIAL DAY 


9 A.M. to 1 P.M. 


R & D TALENT 


Requiring Advanced Skills in 
Science and Engineering 


Physical chemists, with Ph.D. or equivalent experience 
having background and interest im high-temperature 
gaseous reaction kinetics for unclassified fundamental 
flame-kinetic investigations designed to reveal mecha- 
nisms of flame propagation and extinction. We are inter- 
ested in a wide variety of flame systerns. Publication of 
results is encouraged. 


M.S. in mathematics or chemical engineering, strong theo- 
retical background in- mathematics, thermodynamics, heat 
transfer and differential equations for theoretical "studies 
in interior ballistics, heat transfer, and dynamic ystems. 

S. or M.S. in physics, or mechanical engineering, good 
theoretical background in thermodynamics, basic physics, 
electronics for mechanical design of special apparatus and 
experimental studies in gun development. 


EVELOPMENT CHEMISTS 


BS. to Ph.D. with 2-6 years’ experience for laboratory 
studies of propellant formulations, bonding and potting 
techniques. Familiarity with resins desirable. 


B.S. or M.S. in mechanical engineering, 4 to 6 years’ experi- 
ence. Design experience in chemical process equipment, 
pressure vessels, or stress analysis and familiar with high 
performance, close-tolerance design techniques, for rocket 
metal parts design. 


HEMICAL ENGINEERS 

B.S. in chemical engineering With up to 3 years’ experi- 
ence. To assist superintendent of field experimental! plant 
tontaining solid propellant-rocket and other ordnance de- 
velopment facilities. 


To conduct design and development investigations on rocket 
components and solid propellants. Recent graduate chemi- 
cal, mechanical engineers or chemists, with up to 2 years’ 
experience. 
Please send detailed resume of experience, education, 
professional reference and salary ee 


Atlantic Research Corp. 
901 North Columbus Street 
Alexandria, Virginia 
KI. 9-7500 


ant work; $800 for 90 days. Come 
tag “we Friday 
pone 


“HOSTESS (White) 


Position in high-class restaurants 
experience important. but not nec- 

sary: _peagerance and pereanalliy 
oneamt sed Sundays. Apply 
MAYPAIR RESTAURANT 527 13th 


HOSTESS 


AGE 28-40 
s 


“BOOKKEEPING. | 


> | MACHINE OPERATORS | 

Experienced. Saiary open ply | 

in person Monday {ary his 3) 
m to2 m 

Nat os Bonk of 

249 N. Giebe Rad 


t? eon 
Ar! ington 
5-6 
BRIDAL a Ee 
ASSISTANT MANAGER | 
Must. be siert ong salesperson 
ie | eaxce. “EMILY SHOPS tt i 


1308 F St. NW NA. 8-4499 


CASHIER 

Whit for aurant. 12 P M 

| $45. e850 CONW Ay 2 EMPL. * SERV 
519 6TH BI losed Memorial 
Day 


Por downtown parking lot: middie- 
aged man. white who is willing 
to work Suadey and have weekday 
off: we will teach the richt person 
perm. job. good pay. Must be honest 
ond depenasnie. Apply 1325 K &t 


Pp 
at 
a. 


Po r 


Apply Tonight v3 


af er mont, employment. 


bal nds oP, iii" h mA t HOTEL 
wth yaar MAN or ote e 
e) $208 GUARANTY EMPI 

101 * Alired | at . Alex. KI 770 


IMMEDIATE openi: ines | for phot o- | a BEE Ca 
— - 


CASHIER. CHECKER 


MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 
Im im ed ate perm anen! enir 


wa 
Ace 18- 35 some experienc + on 024 
c , 


pp 
instruments } 
perience required Senc 
to. BOX M-138 Post-T. H 
~~ JOB WITH A FUTURE 


ret pant 


ex. 
. b ; Co 
resume pany 3716 Rhode Island ave. Mt. 
_ ain ‘er. Md 
40- LABORATORY T Technician. white, 
j experience for 
Srecnes i’ i 


hour week. Age 18 to 40 
| X- rey 
8:30 © PD Off 
afternoons ‘Saturday and ound ¥. 
R. E. Dunk : 


&4 peer 
_Buite "33" 1746 K st nw 


Laboratory Assistant 
Young woman ace 20-30 to assist 
engineers im taking Gata in labora- 
tory of chemical pe ig 8 firm 

work cen ne of 
ts laboratory 


manet Sapert. Government Services, Inc. 


1135 2ist St. NW 


Setcemen, 


Dart) 
Good | 
Hechin- 
NE. Li} 


x x : 
responsibility ve have premanent 
position open g004q suburban | CASHIERS. 
store. Goo start rine salary piy.| time Excel. working cond: 
stating retail liquor exper Apply Mrs. Dodd 
etc. to Box M-117. Post -TH . 15th and H Sts 


-Full time and 


in lex 
eraser? inst cs 
xPerience pres er red. 
Ca ci 7500. ¢ 


BETHESDA i. 


TLAN / 
901 N. Col imbus St. 
Int cresting phoratery office per- 
ane 


CHAMBERMATD -\ White 
tire = mo LADIES g EXCHANGE. 9 924 


“CLERICAL 


CAREER 


1 slenograper., | 


LADIES 
Te onus beazatteaartee| IN MARYLAND 


= Magi ttanest ee. ee 
d _4-3400._ ust at You've 
reeieas| ber ete 
becca es froma Vous We 
Berra neaficl gem ’iteve Piemane 
| some analyses from i Must Have Pleasant 
expe greenness Telephone Voice 
Good Opportunity -for 
Alert Women 
” efter} Call Mr. Talbert 
= | For Appointment, AD. 4-0800 
Thursday 10 to } 


LIBRARY 
ASSISTANT. 


OPPORTUNITIES 


avallable 


FOR 


COLLEGE 
GRADUATES 


485 - visit "Personnel Ot: | 
ice. 1201 16th at 
CLPRK- te a Apply hay 
ric 


CLERK-TYPISTS 
CLERKS 


Positions available in an ex- 
panding research organization 
Opportunity for advancement. 


if you are interested 
in a career with one of 
the most successful 
insurance companies in 
the country—a dynam- 
ic,, growing organiza- 
ti ome in to see 
us. 


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- 
braryexperienceand 
training more important © 
than technical experience; 
so both will be useful, 


Position affords a diversity 
of activity in technical li- 
brary operation and would 
be good experience at sat- 
isfactory pay for a person 
entering library work as @ 
career. 


Convenient suburban 
location. 
Permanent resident of 


this area preferred. 


won Tt Y IN — THUR — PRE 


m0 A. TO 4.00 P. 


MELPAR, INC. 


Subsidiary of 
WESTINGHOUSE Air-Brake Co. 


reap Avis HWY 

ARLINGTON. 

3900 ARLINGT Tox Rp yD. 
FALLS CHURCH. VA. 


These Openings Are in Our 


_ CLAIMS 
DERARTMENT 


Where many of our 
management men start- 
ed just a few years ago. 


—FAST-GROWING 
COMPANY 


—PERMANENT D. C. 
LOCATION 


—HOME OFFICE 
POSITIONS 


Our organization is cur- 
rently expanding its re- 
search program. 


CLERK-TYPIST — Attractive “posi - 
tion for young worm ith hig | 
ioterechine work. | 
salary increases. vacatio ni 
worth while employe! 


CIAL CREDIT CORP 
5013 Georgia Ave. _ Nw TA. '9-7200 


_CLERK- TYPIST 


r leading weekly news magazine. 
rome oss hone and genera) of- 


Serlenes work 
wit consist or 


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risearOy of genere) 
and 
misimu 
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le t wntioe | di 
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tions in speny benefits 4.83 
many company 


hasta 


school education; 
Atlantic Research Corp. 
ALEXANDRIA, VA, 


9-7500, Ext. 106 


| 


Government Employees 


Insurance Co. 
14th and L Streets NW. 


MACHINE 
BOOKKEEPER 


Experienced, under 35. Excel- 
lent working conditions, . 


NATIONAL 
SAVINGS AND > 
TRUST CO. 


Please Apply 
L Street Entrance 


ER TUBE co. 


900 FRANKLIN 6T 
\ 


aa 


‘9 


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NURSh—Whi practical or nder-| ts eal estate firm beige MR. TULly Priday. » 4 TP! attractive corner Pm., bookenees De luxe Jiving ip a ‘club residence knotty pine liv eh FL. 4.9400 }« ATHEDRAL AVE. NW. Att. pe 
raduate. Lat Ei, & NITAHAU M| necessary Many company 3 te - Preakfast optional. r  dusiness end men.| plenty of closets. tr traisp . t adu uits, $75. CO. §- 5493 = 

for a yer ts live in, ean f fits, Salary open. Please call Mrs.) Carve! ei ANMAPOLLS. * wp OWN | Single and “others. “$18 to $22°50 leely furn. $79. JU. 5-394), | owew SWIMMING POOL UNDER oLo : , — : SHAN! wg P < ive 724 4th 
seam neve ' A. 7-9300, 9-5 AVON SELLS ITSELF and you earn 21. 840__ : wk. includ, apa hotel serv ARK——j-bedroom “apt.| CONSTRUCTION ADJACENT TO | COLORADO AVE. , S890 larce) SD 

ANAG nib 38, RY-Stenographer - simply , utilities fom: on bus line; couple’ PROPERTY = Seare n TB, ~ 7G. - : Washington Circle Apts. 
"Eas GUA 8 ‘ ion “terestine. slave’ position: i wing ucts to DUPONT CIRCLE Dat wad mature i. ine goecempane | refrig.; level 1 fig ago.) 2430 PA. AVE. NW 
0. ately : D fri nds 5 the = = ° 4 : Across }4th St Bridge te | ‘det > MRS Me “Bewais: ; ve. ‘ 


ii. ¥ y ‘ Sy ? 


ae some i F el; sgle. & abi daily. 3 mice | path, uille, 975. EM. 2-4) i ry td. exit. turn left and| $B\, 
aN PAYROLL “CLERK requir gen) eurroundines | DL. a1 i= in tm: , ser’ sy to pvt. y soa3 ‘} bath. in mod ~ hg bide . » fol low Br a 7 ai ‘tut * : ns a - .. -69e—. nen Sete. ont. j AIR-CONDITIONED 
n association 5-day : ~ | . 4 7 npeitheinds » ES? Bedrm. apt 
; jobs or t ; ei - waster ayail.: 2 ~< -—-—-- . » eta ~ 
Bomeone with pare! me ty ap week, 9 5; air-conditioned of./| Industries be | | Douche Fate ith seh —8E im all 4-2719. | ALEXANDRIA nh ap bi ig : 870 aM 2-8068 BAic) lency apts 


. $74.50-886 
lent t town a" : : rh 
conven oot * downtown | sing, e A 1315 20th st. aw. DU.) cool in su spacious grounds, = wear Oresnwas tental inci utilities 


; ood ' . SOT 7 ‘ s| 
_ emplove. benefits after) .4200 for ointment sonnel 4. jae 4 | 2 2 delicious meals seven ee PAN bedrm. kitch. and bath. 2 ; . rn 7 inet te ndi id ° r 
months employment . S for oo “aT. | yae Woe woman Pri Bipont T CiR.— Bic. THE. tinele Or! Darkin a ) a4 is RE. i-7009 : BELLE VIEW a + ee 'S. WISE, MANAGE 
Wheaton (Md) pliant: must be| ¥OUNG Meer wk *3-| GOL dex. week or mo. KA 3 4807 | eee — Widths ith tae Sasemest Op. | ST. NE. 100-2 rms. qin. Kit.|___MRS._WISE, 
MAVECOWER TIOTEL | 5 Sper hr? plos Bett |e FU yenadon 207] ROTONT os eeaat ho, $s wih a Bpgele pai TA ITED | ON PHAETON” pM SURO” tt He MTuacey oye | Wheeler Terrace, Inc. 
. 2 i taal vs ON siete ' . - Ts om "OROUN 

Conn Ave. & DeBales st NW. aula? OF yoy / Masi WE d several wom men white) nt ne -322 +4. Sy rise netrm.. Mrs! OMPLETE SHOPPING CENTER oe. THRRACt bon on aan ' 1217 VALLEY AVE. S.E. 
4 k ood sae ' | our Top Value Stamp CTR... 5 J ec. sagt. ' ALL ON PREMISES bik. to bus and «ha adults 65. | 1 Bedroom $70 and up 

steady Wor o ' cram. Newnam & Lunson wp. nit priv, maid, OUSE NW haat Goen 2-6 today. LU. 148731 


5°89 ry Cleaners 19. 2- DUPONT home § ; 1 : 2 Bedroom 82.50 and 
PAYROLL CLERK|* SHikY OPERATORS for S-eirl anit, | 22 Cleaners. 10.2 Nec GUNSTON MALL R's D r CARE § : aia i a tun. Ga4s. HO’ 29753 | SWIMMING POOL  T bedrm. with a “eel bt. tne! - pas : ‘neniy, panied 


o hy & hour , oar Roberts Laun-| . 
6 F 5 | AMBITIOUS MOTHERS ‘ rms: ma H _ AW. ? ‘Liv. r WADING POOL ai ot water 
dine Weekly News Macazine| SILK FINISHER sore — = rm. kit. semibath, 2 . [RVING sT NW. 


r 2 fay: ‘ ne ey 
sus'y : rit. : 7 - “ . : m se incl 7 excl VE FOR ” 'PsiT +n N_NTS nd spac an 
for_ individual ex per Ti-| Good pay. apo! y Mayflower Valet 


| New company in Washington needs __Re U. 37-6313. — acres | 17 TENTFR a0 Liv | = AT to Al DDITIONAL COST mod and bath. $70 inel. ail Manager, Apt 


eo al ladies to work urs bv NY Cm. Excel. rms. 625 i MD Bo bed A: di te « See . —=d 
15th nF ; . : , i net ; ne . ee Manage 
2 lela Sv"! [gg cobvenidnge raat | W000 as baie BAN” Maid P| flea teel BME: Tanl Tde'| a fogge stain. BA" RES: | p mun coun ot, Ait» 20,.00 | ptton Stat ai Tom | SHIPLEY PARK 
ath. gas heal 37 St 0 -3152 


R earnings $25 per week leasant - tchool a ni $15 per wk.. inc! Pen 
aoety Winder, Valet. O38 re Ws car needed. For inter-| lunch. Cail "Px 6.1178, 9 to i L, : | main Navy "and 10 min. “Port 


work | 7  _ DESTRABLE sz. 
tioned buildin — ine FINISHER sl oO Bandana Besos, aaa sink, $5 am. oF i to 9 p.m. | 2 aria e Dt. 875,| Belvoir | este oe E.. 625 7 i 5 |-Bedrm., fr om $68 50 
Call DI. 7- 2900, Ext. 263| Thoroughly, experienced only: too | © 8 AW. 1 pomETO ~ APTS.” FURN. or UNFURN. 33 (3 YARD BIE UW—| Revert, gimocbere on , spscions| rene porcty 27 50 pe. im | 2-Bedrms., from $80.00 
a x orking conditions. trans- "VIVIAN HOTEL AIR CONDITIONED Gompletely modern apt.: 2 bedtime, | Sounds eacceniences” Oviestreet| PE abi ans. Ser. ‘ois nee | ee 
B74. 


"EEN tion furnishea Arrington | m.. kit. til -- eee nd > 
Beas bat é cxys - Cleaners. Vienna, Va. _ DU. 5-¥010 _EMPLOYED LADIES Quiet, Pa tas i ¢: pice lobby: TV ished or unfurnished: [9TH SF N 916—Livy. rm. bed-| Parking: lowes ent aclud Y e nw NA PG - 
SILK «& WOOL FINISHER-Exc os | res. wore practically new; very inexpensive. | rm kit.. beth with shower AD,| ®20Ve features in entire ares Sew HAM? XW 03% oy * - _ stop pin peel. 
ons, $55 for 40 hra.| rms B, Be he . Zo-n , churches schools. 


2 ths ‘sh . 
0 up Fe mec ates. sans SENATE—Purn. bac he ta 73 a , | APT $89 ido mo ~3280 
r Harper's Drive-| Take cosmetic orders for national dikiky arene om. Be a7) ST. SE. i Pure. pic $5 $7 Jn te of on Pr 
firm: our employed representatives ely . also unfu apt. 75 wit ue. s “BE ; ‘ N 4 APTTOL ST.. 4815—Nr. Mis-} a5 T 
| Al (rea Bt Ae we y (Cleaning. soo & carp § $1200-$1500 per year extra 2 4 edrm “Ginette | 0. > § >.3 wend sa ‘Ways Pree INCI $112 30 ourt ave Lee. 3-rm. apt; lovely] H ST. 


e 
thie part-time employment 2 - e ) me bid exc. tranep. 20138, 
A ‘< ~ ° ‘ p— G 8ST. Nw. 143 — Nicely ; . , N ALSO aN AIL os xe oe 
PBX OPER TOR sLIPCOVER i SEAM TRE or ferview phone DI 71-8400, For me) furnisived front room. Good tran 2. $30 t 4 W.. Ant | apt.; conv. & EB icc - ebildren “ac - PUR APTS $79.50 ir iil Js will show apt. HT) PLE x1 bedr ol se of 
Day. oe UN. 4-2508 ves. HE COL.—cTerk-: Lyi _Por "] Us 0 _mo ) 0457. sodrm att re per mo aan Fi po ores i> Rental Office. 601 Be F iow B va 519——~Basemen' 5 50 ‘Pel, utilis 3800 24 
$- ri. Sot. & M : ’ Can be — . Open @ally through Fricay. 9- it. af ath. all =. 
Experienced operator to |*iS position (or ‘telable sae | morning. 915 Pictide Ave NW a He a — ell day, Thurs. after! {[oneq. inervices: special SPHONE SO. 8-000 and 8-800. ) ut or Wo ’ “Davis, inc, 800 IAN 
work on a permanent part- | som with fast skills ME. 8-6353.| HELP, MEN & WOMEN 7680, ~ | qummer Qs Ae es ANTONETTE GARDENS (D.C. line, | othe NA. 8-395¢ caliente } as $59.50 
z aS. é . VIC Front pm | COL.—Apts. with 1. 2 3 and 4 rms. or 2300 Conn. sve. nw Date , S and tehed. AF NIA 106—Exceptional e ;, 
time basis: good salary; ST N RAPHER : i : _| Kit. and bath: ow. sé. sect.: child: os. ne apt ° ee har ys | , ra le “bedrm pvt bus at 4 omy kept bs 
liberal discount. fmmediate nay? for yo tae > mC seals Oot ee "23-1662, apply 77K st. nw ME S- ose incl uttlsy JO. 38-8119 - 0. "shopping, will. Jo 1-0119, Drev rugs BROS 
' , Air conditioned effi INGTON Z, L IO 1-011 
WwW. 1806—C | 5 : orn aT. “NE w) 1019 15th Bt NA. 68-0580 
ACCOUNTI NG lean sel | & PBA $24 50. to 425° wh PARK BEDFORD a 4 un ete. Kit, bat | _ aon... 


new furn —58_ ve. EE we Sa? 50 See Mi 


APPLY " se R AVE NW. d & | Bedrra. Apt. | O $? ‘ 7. > 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE |STONE BERS TuBECO.| »» CLERK are, AVE, uw. 18 SE, 608 —Bedrm. beews BS Rg whe fs pong ee “CLIFTON 4 Pina ee QUINCY 


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Pp _ ™ . 74 > 
900 PRANKLIN ST NE NST. NW. 1714—Sineles and geod parking. parquet floors, tub: aneeee SDSS a ae 


for men, maid service. RE, 7- . . ‘ . shower ba ‘ - eine . i wtifulte 
RALEIGH Voares, Cale @hite, Monsed fes'aee 9-Day, 35-Hr. Week Detween 9 anf shasta 7 $65 TO 870.50 Myer and other agencies, Apply) [ine sped Meet tiecahoe tees MANOR 

DC y Md. loc NW.—Lovely Bright, cool | AUTOMATIC BLE mar. © Bedtord ot. 00. rooms aiconies, Switch. | 

HABERDASHER ays pd. uD wk : "| Are you now employed by p a Nw Bre transo. oa One and t E. Uving rm..| 2019 14th Std Mid f AD. 4.2363 | 1019 15th st. N.W NA. 80580 ke fe ey S. 
quarterly bonus r a company where your op-| S#l_1ms: run water. £ up. % d bu AIR-CONDITIONED ARL..2 bedrms_: sult, 3: new bide.;| water, R ler at Center Bid Cheverly, Md. 

piv ry tm nS jeaners. "37 io sin. ~ 4 4th st. 6 -7744 of call NON & 


1320: F ST. NW, ne | portunities are limited? If PARK RD.. 1833—Clean rms, rng.| ba aw Aree DE LUXE APTS JA ret 0." 80. $8368 LUCHS. 724 14th st. nw. N Excel. Transp. and Shoppin 
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2 so, we would like to talk to! i 7. — aRLINGTON bs ewe etna - 
- on RES. MGR s , Zane 3-1? ap 
(ARLINGTON) you about a position with our | 5 | ‘also ‘singles. 86 © ce . ‘ * Ben, bath, 858. mo. ui i GELMAN CO vic LES ALBEMARLE (ee wy eee aegeloe ts 7 : ten we a4 5 
, ™ e = : 2 ~ se S - . . ae rm —_ . 
mey beara. plus simple glet-| Cinuttnd e.18-4%. Jer, laundry ry company. This position offers | og sT_ NW ibe Radec sale. | 2 —Lv. rm, bed-| —_ sae engi ty eo ASSEN eS, a ns. $63.50 ini | 3-BEDRM. APT.—$90 
ence necessary. 40- hour wk ° excellent opportunity for ad- | room, adj. $6.50 ‘on 2 -” . on- | sores enic apt; ¢-* 14t : . a pins : > _ lin y 15 ' th x A HA } | Se: + -*, Lu : see 


f nh t 
pany paid sick leave, vacation. }! vancement. Insurance account- | ®. | : . fm. for . id Col. | ; Window $75 mo, TU A -. to d .- 3800 
j | T Broyhill & Sons 


men Ggie dbi. hower. m id 
eTORE “CLERK ‘ g rk A pert. SE age MRE ynished 1-bedfoom 


‘ ns., Respitelication. pursi ical bene- | 2. perv, 
t r t | 
oop, Monday _ throush Friday. * MANHATTAN COMPANY | ing experience and some) WA 215—TOpp. 
23 P; | ‘knowledge of IBM procedure | G.W 0, Hosp. large hakpe rm. 
f—— SSER—Must be an experienced a umbia Pike 9 P 4 windows: $15. BT. 3-2848, AD’ ae ban the: 
wool presser Freee ain CSE my accredited ert fel desired but not necessary.'.4-3946 iS ~All a Cae 
enim discount ; 5 nit | M , : Tr 5 | Many company benefits, air- 11TH sT NW. 1222—Clean_ em D.C op. ip mine after 6 JA" 2- ter 
ar Es Mh a 83343 call’ Mrs. Wechsler conditioned offices BRT Gentismen. s0-87. “HU: | ARLINGTON. ap. cer. 5 -Ur. ant on 
th & bith. F & © ‘ ° ~ loset ut ani es over new 


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PRESS ERS—Woo 1 (2) good work- to $00. no AMS PEACHERS | APPLY aL ind. 4. wee ae Ker : = 270} 1 4th Sf. r yp Ma - OO f cils.—outside drvine 
= 


TENANTS PAY OWN GAS AND 
ELECT 


wiv rm front | 
back ¥d lovely: suit. 3 


f. active furniture 3a} fo $5.80. 6 oy Lee Hey. JA. 4-1300 TYLER GARDENS) RES MANAGER ON PREMISES 


tr 
All utils. incl. except electricity 
For further information call SHI T - 
D ‘si00 ARL NG ON De M ‘HOsms D rections: Half mil oto t Peace 
ON J her p clos ross on poco e RS everiy 
PBR vs Me i rit fror , : hens one ’ Theat er ] 
\? hd e : ele 


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ing conditions. Appiv ye ee AGENCY. ed "e" clo ry | ies : in hildren 

3 Cs 2 ver. office hrs. Ja. 2-| Efficiency Apt., $75 _/| io Pentecon, and downtown | it shopping | RENTAL OFFICE OPEN 
TECHNICIAN - PEOPLES LIFE INS. CO, i “ Ms - | ,A M 


+3 ; 1 "B, _ $70 FROM TOR P M 
. 16TH 8ST. i e — Busi flerge rm., dinine area, kit., tile! 5468 or J 71-0576 edarm — ' 
MEDIC AL LABORATORY. ardens. : ’ DAILY INCLUDING BAT AND SUN. 
170-bed hosp spital; 40-hr. week Room 706. 1343 St. NW Sen fee x ci at. Gear Cotum>is Pike at v5. Prederick 8 —} 58%, walk-in closets.) ARI Cle e-in ' 1-2 and 3 bed 2 Bedrms.— $89 PHONE AP 7-6611 
’ : . eau ul and spacious iving-din- rms ~2 bat? r con , 

6TH ST. NW. 131¢——Redec., egie,| ing rm. combination. 1 and 2 bed-| EBxcelientiy located and very at~) jndivicual ' nts ew s 3 _ bedrms . CHAS £ SMITH 
iM... a6), shower, $8 w . paraw rs. Venet ian | _— Sovetes opt. bide. only! mis 90! d WW ng @ isth St. NW ST. 3-2646 
~~ Hae ™ TEL blinds; 3 exposures: wieilities urn.; 19 min rom downtown, switch- ’ 

2s. | COUPLES —Révtauran! ERV Me  3i6 WESLEY HO 4§ Por information call .A. 8-3070. board and matidesk service: utili- 
i 43 RG HOSPI “AL. CHAMBERS- Lith St. NW.. 2d floor ‘ amt. — Extra ries mi $99. ~) ties included: car stop at en- 

ai in. t sk or Ci MR: 
| FELEPHONE OPERATOR —P HX LABORATORY TEC HNICIANS and 2131 O ST. NW. [ia iy ji 7 bdaoe.'| Wares, aPoly desk or CALL MRS. ARL. 
liv rm : 


with typing experience for imsur-| nurses—-permanent position 
nce brokers ofice, Cail Mr. Hen-/| ley Hospital. 4601 Nichols ave. sw¥.. Pen t. Ponce aries tnel’: BERNSTEIN SYNDICATES 


Bx 
xD. . bookkeeper me trp-| at ° ar — od oad akenad od. kit . 
HS Pathos Nicer Shewarea) | BeDernet. BE) | 20. 2-990, ext. 2 NEAR DUPONT CIRCLE | #45 mo. JA. 7.0064 ali, 5:30, Pitty NOREWE | es "annex Pentaren, 4th Bt! La ) 
NA. PIST LAR TECHNICIAN Skilleg in sero- ARL. .- . » 5095 NEWLY FURNISHED rt 2040 Columbia Fike -| fee chen. | yer, bed - om. ph ar View 
tary, ex ONTST ~ Teloghone quae re To work tn gotten De ead ques : per month oa Modern, Comfortable ms.; new furn.; suit 2-Bedroom Apt., nm, or. Glebe rd dbi. clo _ 2 vee Tron On PA 4 apt. 
"House, an’ air-conditioned | a gg — a employe D C. Chapter American"Red Cross. Living That You Enjoy tin ot _JA. 6 P 6.369. Bachelor Apt $70 a 26. ow SS 2240. 0 Rt FR f SMICUER UNFU RNIC HED 5120 SARGENT ROAD 
nei > ae => a - , ‘ 4-—=—- i > ‘ L ; . . < 
sconsin ave. nw. Secre-| Isiand ave. av, ‘On. "Scott Circle. tous some file clerks. for am Ar ——1 bedrm., liv ; INCLUDES ALL UTILITIES rm , rm. vette. kit. 0 K st ww em hedem | 'UST OFF EASTERN AVE 
tarial, Serepnene service: hours ‘ ‘TYPIST with routine office experi- oh ee young HS grads. White & $60 SINGLE PER MONTH ge: $100 mo TERRACE APTS. Te st ae seit mo. & ‘ oentown oan AT SARGENT RD. NE.. D. C. 
11 cellent environmen enc day wk $60 ver wie! & ered. Part po ra Sure pene ; as es JA 8-O760 or) Mire. Klotz Mer. Apt JO ‘ ‘ ; rloy ] ay on PE ey 
advancement: h icy iw. DU. 7-0 f 9889 NORMAN SERN TEIN 1629 K st + ee _— | 
ition. Call Be-| REAL ESTATE—60™ to the right HO. 2- 4... ee ARLEN a r ” Washington SYNDICATES ARL} oat TON Completely 


mn 
9:30 } er| Morage Go, OL, Set. | home, Pull office suppert, Mans AY shopping: 959° me ‘iso have furn.| 2 BEDROOMS. $75.00 ERM —— 97 3 At Donna Lee Air-Conditioned 
qh .—™-y- TY 5 BKKPRS ag eh | Brospects and listings. Md. prop- HAWTI MORE PH NRUy _ te g ae 65 M ST. NW. Lee ' 6 -aee There's Everything! De Luxe Elevator Bldg. 
ed , | RT PORWARD. Broker, JU_9-1303' 2134 G ST. NW., RE. 7-4027/| St. — i-bedrm. a t. newly furn.| et tleers. lee clos } o% R 
eraton PW. - . h e -| par . a I nt 
pat ae Or Trestee ies ares Tor tvPE sts pa sere wk. Hage -typ- | SUK & WOOL PINISHERS—Up to oan an’ tenn 0 ; A a amt x per. Nee tia ane p Fi ps: 1 bik. bus shop. cenie: GE 2 BEDROOM = 4 apo dl Onenin 
Ser, Reply Bo 46 TH ; 60 r.’s sett, _ typist "$225 | NW 24 floor. _ or ead incl. utils.; sep. din. | “apitol. See ian > cal 1A. 8-2634 After offi . SCHOOLS. SHOPPING y ve 3 
ply Box _M-468. Post iz kinds. See | TEACHERS. W -| @ al ‘fare; or en apts. 128 ‘> ST 301 JA. 2-0138 — Rae eee 
salty ¢ LERK——Pull or pa nme $40 Welcome income ; , com Wayne DL 3 Jordan, res. T « P<TFR Full Te 7 WE LOVE CHILDREN WASHINGTON'S NEWEST 
o , - . ‘ ’ _ > = : 


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Bakery-Delicatessen; excelien ; ’ hin r.. and completeiy fur: ars : nee 
ork ditions, t Boyes S COR. 12th & G! atio for sunshine ipieteiy furt im.) VIC WASH VD. & GLE FEATURES: AUTOMATIC ELE- 
J vittack PANTRY otel. : d resttul tra 69.50 apt. available immediate l-bedrm. apt ils K CLOSETS GALORE MASTER TV AN-« 


3833 | yr — aé- h t por ” | " ' e * . > 
ss tr 865 w eee. cek Up. GA =e! aite “ease? and drver tn teandes | ‘N ney PULLEY > oon, 
xD women s acces. | Personnel, 1311 G Bt N.W. (NA | 1 N HH. CONCORD eR beNs kitchen, liv. rm. with TV a naeanee ” i T BROY? ‘i N = —FEVERY CONVENIENCE. a »  CARPETE , 
se 40-hr. wk. Richard's, 3661) g.¢5 RANS( RI BER : . bedrm . air-cooled! bath private entrance ' - : :. BK Lob. . ) » ARTISTIC 
ave nw. aiter 10 a 5 sa |= TYPIS CLERK . REDECORATED ; *| ine eity. Laundry pr ; ried M 7% oy | : . oP. FREE PAR 
OALEAL. ADY—Exverienced | | $7.50-$8 W Mer., 1301 ; Pan eS ae $115 mo. LU — : ae foe PERS. ROOF GARDEN 


bank. mortgage or! For weekly news magazine work TY iP .. sssourl ave. aw. Apt ‘ pear ayy; w7Ie. "YP wre : 

i a ancria area Will consist Dorin —~ oa of tranecrip- $ ] 2 50 WEEK uP ekchiteer Loc ATTON- v4 i HOCK Sim 5 Moo, ’ ‘ 4 - ‘a UNFUT NISHED. 
; 4 ’ ry J ~her com ti 3 ana arene office duties Lee dbie ” ? suit ladies or | « . : - . priv ave x! : wel ’ . rac ; . : 2 BEDROOMS $ ] 30 Up 
~ E — me Al ; n . 80 5-9100 Mon. to hor ha’ dictaphone and ‘gen- gentlemen or ; ay ver : _ an | nishe 1. Iden! i < 1} ‘ IMMEDIATE ‘UPANCY, ’ 
3 . ry j P ; : : -7 . n Sur ; nr : n ° . 
Shops 31n6 4 se eee ri gine: | in » in ble. s; ; bath) “deck. 2 baths; pleely furn.. cool; | ec OM. su te omits BOLLING. ra Vic ae ere ' rHOMPSON ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 
accessories in fine shoe store. good 2 poly r on o War- yy pene 4 Lonanmnd <= . ‘town. 1226 17th St. Ww. A = itel and other | DLXON 3-7 i "RA ‘ 11 NOV iT JS IN RENT 
eelary plus commissions an a PM's , e id EF st nw. oe ssen we E 3-1915 RAC ent ; ING FELD ARE A.) hedrn NR. PENNA. AVE. BRIDGE—2-bed. ; 
ae eer ee Sean Tate yates aia eat eBatissg | ine conditions in, air conantloned| THE ROWE HOUSE |ckivenre site vie | ACEFU $0990 to. incl al uijls. sep din m_ dinerte kit and| EVERY APARTMENT HAS 

| Mi ler C4 Bons. 122 2 F " SITRESS— Whi! e Call . REdwood | belidine: 4 company benefits ‘ ba “~ © - ving in this im macul ate comp! j ty 7 u ar Mi 6 30K DAN . lee : A | ’ rt or . Cor soc i SEPARA TE DINING ROOM 


oy | 1610 NEW HAMP. AV offic. -_ 845. AD. ‘ | Pa Ave 
SALESLADY—Peaseal Work. iad we | WATTRESS and erill eirl. Experi-| az, CLUB BLEVATOm Wt - ont, for 2. ing. pen. china 1 Fairlawn ave to 
ynn's hop 
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, U Mac PT ; : 
. glee cooking utenis : hom — ,“a 
: 7 7th st. nw ee Bet ween Seis. $5-$14: dbis.. 916-820 wk. five Besutifuly furnish House © (OT. ing means saving courteous - oiled YIELD VIC, 463 Ne OCCUPANCY 
| WATTRESS— —Waite, aze 21 to 30 . : h serv t tg wy hel S b b JULY, 1956 
attra ht work. Goldie's POTOMAC HOTEL . PUL. Ly ‘AIR-CONDITIONED. i 8. BA. 3-6] joy uDUr an . 
Lis : with auto. ind. contre): all modern on . 
| 701 _ oo! lumbia Pike, Ari. Va. JA eS ah i , with auto. ind. control, all modern aike- Chase we 3947 . | asian RESIDENT MANAGER 
Ame Tite Ace 21 to 35.| MANY jobs for a and — & ; heart of city at park. 1475 “Buclid| kit. bath, heat, hot fur g 
5. Uniterm ag” me eals am te? Pp No phone calls.| trained in announcing, sport v) , . 2 3. Nr. Naval Hospital transo. $75| AT THE MOST REASONABLE ON PREMISES 
Sundays iss Please apply in person 4132 Geor-| Hy an¢ writing at stations in LARGE double. room: near 14th ot. .. APTS. | mo. Key with jar Pioyd EF RENTAL IN AREA Ifo 
. : a | wk ITRES <— Wh | and Calif” Call DE "2-680 Jovi ~cartine._ BA, 6-9645._ now: attractive f t 2 ond 3. “’ M eis Co, 1629 K St. NW. X |11 A.M. to 6 P.M. SAT, & SUN 
N wit .— a yp : attractive furn. e* ') oo wi adie , 
experience for Bethesda indies’ aaen | shift. Excel. sa! oe FR 4 ir tensive training course emy of | BHcimoR RESIDENCE ages. apts reas. rent t HOUSE TYPE COLLEGE BARK MODERN. NEWLY 
sident of Bethesda.) Restaurant. JU. 5-2882; call aft.) 1 . National Acad ACIAL JP. 2-O181 _ —- Completely Furnished ~ . 5 RATE PTS OR CALL TU. 2-883) 
evy Chase or Rockville pre-| i Broadcasting 3338 16th st. nw | he fa iw De" up s “eo attract. mod. 4626 KNOX ROAD C ECO \ DA TS. 
erred: full time; 5-day week. Must) WuThuacs— white, over 31; must . disowasher, $35. waitress. $25: | 1963 aloramna 2-839 apts; 21” ; $64.50 HE. 4-7326 JEFFERSON VILLAGE 1-Bedrm Apt., $69 50 up 
faulsoy Aoely in persep Se | full time Apply in per-| fMOrt-order cook, Moore's A ove ao Comper ROTEL— 916 sete 2, Be, | 5 a a a ~ ewly furn. bedrm., 1734 ARI PLYD PALLS ¢ HURCR > B d Aot_ ' 804 SO Chitin Hei hts 
- . “| wn; attr. rms.; wit ou oe iv. rm it. with - = ene) , ; earm Y -) 
wi : — ean m De ’ — bath: reas. rates. NAL 45-6264 * 2339 Ashmead pi f DAILY § TO 5 SUN. 12 To ; P : coin Sie jon eat tas ws g EW! “o 
siterations. Apply ance A pone gg OF OM A COL., 15TH ST. NW. 4510—CLEAN, pUroxt cir. AREA —Attrac. fara | ; | biks. to shoppin and C. of 3 4H 
dice ane — 7 ite cury.| Old Burope Restaurant, 2434 4 COLORED “COMPORTABLE hig or tramep.| Uv 2 bedrms. kit. bath JE, 2-5500 oi trans. laundry and stor 20 CHI Lt M ROAD 1303 N. PIERCE ST 
rani cons a ate NW TU 1150 or Li. 6-2889 mutable 3- <: $140 mo, Also effic.. facil, Ca ¢ r OVER D C. LINE BETWEEN C S . 
; A . APHER | WAITR s Ss & counterwoman wane | COL ™ —— NW 1705__E ; DOWNTOWN ALES XANDETA- Furr CONGRESS HG Ts - . : . RIGGS ROAD AND QUEENS FE} ARLINGTON, VA 
K st. nw. Call ST. 3-3535. Salary) Walt RES sEs—Ww! - experie! ) PRE VISORS. AND MANAGERS tor ‘ : 080 pa r : ont , Excel loc. $69.50 up A ] BEDRM 
Jo star 7——| Sande bn “terete saa Ian rata ta = von as | BOFORY CTE. Ue : SS 1 ree nsishoussts | ore area En ui bas 2 BEDROOMS —$7 
: rganization ates nit : . be ; ii , . m.. dinette Lath: : 23 4 
ARY 11:30 a for advancement and highest earn-| COL.. . ' - 7 nd be . kitch e and mat A, ee 540K © ~mons > INCLUDING UTILITIES 
Disorges nized Harvard man hunts ings guaranteed. CO, 5-1546, 1401 . HO . pl. | bat «> “+ CONGR! Ss HEIGHTS WLY 


¥ t L nw i 
female species) WATTS Thite . . experienced, lé4th St. NW. ). 2-013). snepectian OF see ieniior in base. and drm. apts: | we , DECORATED. 
nis erepiems with ton iil 15th eee : r. on c lime. DUR ONT a ay ne NA ‘B-7416 | Dev JO 2-018! i pad ; R FT ee 
4 v1) — FRO 0050 D. 
5. 


typing and some stenoc-| WAITRESS. ‘white. over Si Apely| MELP, DOMESTIC > me Pyertne. e la ive fara, apts - | 
raphy: no experience required, 865) 132 8S. Wayne st.. Arlington, Va..| OLO D—3609 13th st. aw. ' ‘2 bogreom — wat ne. & 45 iS Q, ouire “rm. dipetie. kit. oath ay a." inten teachieted mer. JA 
to start. Call DI -O762, ext. 15;| oF call JA. 88-9572. | GHW—Live in or out; all sections twin. 550. i¢ “nieee | 80 a n ED + -S46 ine | A. i ea L Mg <= 
evenings, OL. 6-8340. Va. Md.: $25-$35. ABBEY | CO D—330 E st. ne. nicely ¥ 3 4. | R 1830 Ingleside ¢ :| Schoots ‘ResiDENt os eRe BEDROOM APTS. AVAILABLE) HO. SMITEY CO 
WAITRESSES PERSONNEL, KNW | “turn for gentleman. LJ. 337 ' ' 202 ment.| 4 me | FOR FUTURE OCCUPANCY 2 ST __BT_ 3-3399 
GHW--Middle woman. while. | COL. — 1447 Pairmont NF. , (et “oY ! S paid. RA. 6-7 ate WietRict mont woo Se: 
ta Salary. Elderly cpl. FE. 3-| Nice rooms with kit privis.. $3 50 * 0. 7 ‘ = 10 © Fa LOWEST RENT rac urrouncings featuring “PLEASE 
Experienced, Sor 18 8. m=. te 5 2. e. Ow , HU. 3-894). =e on ground fenced play! Bond 
, : the beautiful How ARD JOHNSON and ‘light housework 0248 eel. sober _m HO. at | rated: living rm. Rd tir ‘| CO 5-767 and { 63 > t) pr we PAR ~ [out «« 4 ; ty 
AURAN ; sflis. ti “roa “st Thurs. kit srivl a ewe pe, ‘eed +> aed Jess and utils. included: co ‘ ja Mg av Be an BEDRM Ye 5 Upi, ate 
. y “ : gg : privis ccep apt.: inp... € J- 7 4 , 
° t- working conditions. Excelent e | every other Sun, city, refs.; HE. 2 BEDRMS. $ 5 00 Up ~ 
Engineering and consul gg Dogg tan FF ovary pe col. NW.— Pvt. Home. ISAAC AOS, Real Estate 1424 nARCaEE br eon FURN APTS.. $81 50 Ue nee 
ing firm in Alexandria de- WAITRESS, experienced and reli-| MAID. “S55 WK. —Live in: 26-40 yrs. rete =} " an Open_for inspect! ton U p 
; ’ . Nel. pv m.-.and bat Th ey i i “|. * Dp “ur nd tL _ Urn TIES INCLUDED 
sires an alert and person- e cals r 8 y. 907 , 7 one Be only exe | x5 ine - oe iJon, . ‘ nl kit.. pr th oF . ae tments sub ry Dav Until BPM inexpensive livine 
‘? 7 ’ ; p.y ._ «& ’ . , ‘ atten = : th rebe: roan ivi 12 } ws 1s a ree . = ’ ’ a . ne 3402 
able girl as secretary and AITRESSES $29 plus tips ‘Woman—tive im. a : fo ster S68 per wk liv , dinette, kit. beth: and : o rect down: o- Call WA. 7.3948 iY _3- 
‘ NATIONAL EMPLY SERVICE em . ™ TR ORT A. : 1423 Giiftes er a eG dtbechiaee {3 2 0546. Biting - fetrig, _ PSDERAL ae senate a oppin D 6 e d 
t sin lith st. nw.. 2 or »? ; - . — ; . k ™ ISE? “MILI : si 
assistant ° purc asi 9g ee ner ep: a ato | Mrs urris. A- Assoriates. ' . rTm., Dprivs. ay ail also yen attrac. furn : reas. NA Ww , ftp Sh DAY CAMP P 1 oJ SMI hh 9.9060 ominion ar ens 
agent. Laelient cone | Coe mae IENCED Day and SITUATIONS, MEN COL. hext te quiet aia ext. $33. 9-3; DE. 2-5887 cevied x “3-313 wu CHM ae} CALL RE. 5-8000 3800 MILAN DR., ALEX. 
tunity... S-dey, 40-hour | sien, Apo Mr D ER XH MEA UV ACRE ae = CoL—NW. J rm. kit. atiare bath.) --FOR BROCHURE AND | RIGGS PLAZA Orr SHIRLEY HIGHWAY 
L NE PTU NE ROOM of accountancy and builders back- " * Te * : 2d fh. irt. +) 3 util. “turn, 837 +50 er mo “p $399 — FURTHER INFORMATION | A NEW CAFRITZ DEVELOPMENT| 
weer, salary open. LITH AND E STS. NW ground, desires position with Mort- = i st : " san bedroom —_ Brook la uiel, 2 S. Dekota ave. and Gallowy st. ne $73 $7 
- . a) ,O8 . . “* : —- 4 — os > ae - ‘ _ 


driver's: fic., pss ‘| jiving room: sir cone ; or | COL. ' » Rit. prernet HEIGHTS APTS. THE ONLY BRAND-NEW LUXURY 
Kind: daytime. Start longer Utils, wich 140, + | ENTAL OFFICE APTS IN CONVENIENT, CLOSE- 2 Bedrms. , $88.75-$91.75 


c uy 
Interesting position in per- an LI. 43-5694 | home setale¢ “emp: “man. Ra 6- 19 ¢ ool. sale. bsmt. tm IN Rl GGS PA ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 
7 on COL.—Monroe NW—ist fl. nti G tm “A. 9-689 7612 District Heights Pkwy. 
WOMEN PoReL : G TOWN igre Toke Pe oie iti sober sntinn. TA, 9-689) : 


sonnel and sales group. work of = ares eg : apie kit Clean, attr.| Daj Sat 10-3. Sunday 1-6 ||.BEDROOM APTS $77.50) oni ee 

R yy sas ‘— gt. me; lge. rm. kit. B a By NO | pedrm., liv site, ki’ bath.| DECORATION DAY. | Z om thy | 9 oe ANSBORT ATION 
involves working on re- ENGI NEE S Lafaallt pha a rive; r . LL 6-6462. meth bal i 5 k- “5 " a3 aa Bui 2 P Bi ce elgg A gen: 
0 , : t 


a TTT 
, 1ON bed ;' - py. rm. th no OFFI THRO 
cruitment and other per- PHYSICISTS SITUATIONS, WOMEN ~ | CS ” RA ‘| mo Ce r. Johnson. ee 4-52 tg aoe tf G&*- 12.78| Apt. id floor suit. 1-2. Bh pees Oke. Tat one PRI 90 toe Pinoay 
. 5 STUDENTS w want wor Cal COL at : tran rN’ Orrice OPEN DAILY 
sonnel correspondence. Mathematicians Sr De Douglas counselor Pub. Schoo ' -_. OF “ay 5 , ; : ; 7 - € | agile No registration tee HOEMAKER. NA bm 4h at 3) ‘TH si RA. -3-4443 OV 3-4305 or OV. 35-3337 


Personnel experience de- g gg om Wat. aw. | 4 iv, rm. kit,-din.. 50 ; 60 a ore BS. Meats CIRCLE AREA JUST 5 MIN. VIA SHIRLEY HWY ANNOUNCING THE 


. r. Rai 
sirable but not necessary. Investigate the challenging! in med. labs. pharmacy. ’ | GLOV i. NW at, 24 ae ails tira.;|- Large apt. bide.: ne walnette: | bs OPENING 
College or equivalent opportunity available at Mel-/ gq’ some sh. hand. no speed de-. e' ail 6 mos. WO. 6-262 7 is Chk Also efiic, RE 71-5299 | $66 OO SHIRLEY PARK 

in either, bul accurate,-w | ELT—Liv. room , - FA c CH- Attrac. 3-rm. and| 
background. Excellent op- | for scr ment of electromie| Heli Putat Sethe” ste Nees | SIRT sont Cee ee aty pe] lena and Ba See 1a a aia Lae earn ged lt a oat yey 
portunity to advance. Sal- os ea eee nt in. GA. 14-9055 | 0, Bis weet Fe ady. $16 WE. ; j t : 26 | | Be ae and tiie “AGENCY + ? “BEDROOM APT. 4? 590 SPACIOUS, DE LUXE, 
umity equipment. For full intor- ty A aye wrk. OF : a; | HER ow. —4 i vRS.,| ee: eee ce See |. peciadan hash Geter ana eas GARDEN-TYPE APTS. 
ary open. mation 1628 1 Bt. N rms. use . | ; ro. onkee. i ahs PRICED AT: 
' | desirés maid's part-time Wil rtly furn. ‘5. sth, t. Ser, mA) NEWLY DECOR : 
girl desires ag and bath Wl partly ture B.-A ae ot 70 a CORATED BEDROOM 


ATLANTIC RESEARCH . APPLY IN PERSON Neat. era Sie eee 8 ian Ve ‘ : elec. 4. grill; , | ROBERTS. OF i MONCURE SOEN- LAWNS WIT & Rb ie d BEDROOMS 
it scnoo : ‘ 4 20 -6.) ; an ’ 3R N 
CORP. MON., TUES., THURS., FRI. Cou. LADY desires work at bus HOU ING A i , JA » GEORGE TOWN —1234 Fg Ue 3OLs OJ a wie 5 BEDROOMS 


: A M., TO 4 Pp. M. airl per.; F CAPITOL ViC—2 rms. pelris, Tue ’ -* + apt full - util. . 
001 MW. Columbus Street. Alex. Va "Lite Perth shar = 6508.8 af <a $79.50. JA. &-8700, TU. 2-2952 Includes Utilities Play, 
9-7500, Ext. 106 ! %j N DOMESTIC 21 . “ | ARL.—Gent. will share 3-bedrm £0 it Iw ; | ) rnished : 
. MELPAR, INC, St¥atoxs. ae ie eee Sl ae we dehy tone, GEORORTON Lares pot | An Parone aot Pas eecny 
¥ be! 


F ‘ WESTING- “col, At BOARDS, corks. ot ve x 3-34 5. | prient ont, tone §-§584. Bun. after) nouse $60. LI. 4-5557 HU. 3- 5541.) SHIRLEY DUKE APARTMENTS 
" . 2. ve - 4s > 4613 DUK 

wane meee A SUBSIDIARY O A COMPETENT col. “eae soabe like . ne. rm oom... iN to ‘share : tyra. bed- KiMiNeto se incl us 8 Eact Call Now * t 4 5100 Por Inform 
HOUSE ee rey: £0. he nor Nader es le ea | — : ‘a ‘ t ems. 3 oye "hae A: Cc! ap! with 3 exposures : 1° $4 — SOUTHERN . rooms 
. r coup or sm a y : ‘ ‘ ' . 4 + ae - 7 + ey ) - : ciost 5 
Preere ced: Siecity toncern, In| 32000 ARLINGTON BLVD. 1 iif fimliy Local references LI. 4-| Maes ‘ arn tf 7 LADY? OR LADY ANE DSBAND.| Svallabie Yarn wir” Out conn HILLS +: 

teresting , ; HURCH, VA. 2164 , ‘ . : n, 7il Irving St. | ave r to Ke ingt be- 

hes is . d Oe te “= : “aio adults 7 2a iw | AF B.S Rveanidhntiens Bolter.| Fond sh pouse How ARD “R| 300 LIVINGSTON TERR. SE. 


.f bulld. 
5 > m.: good pan K- CWW.—Sleep out: to Bin $6.50. ‘for - g10 for a ons individual 
efts. ne Mr. Selis, ST 3 . references, LI, 4-2019.. | x BCHAFER, OU, 2-544 WHY NOT VISIT US? storage jockers, th fireproof construc 


3-1480 po Ut NEED WELPt—Colored N.W.—For men or coup are kit. : . 1 - NICE YOUNG MAN to mor nice KIRKWOOD — WH 9 rTsRV 7 LE — 0 » 4 » the Capitol ion. fr oft. " 
Fenses, baovecitiers. Moore's on’ - -9 A - | W JW. Apt; $30 mo, RA, 6-9367, | 50 bedroom apt avali- \ . a. A... ‘ y- a Py ~“f parking autamasie washers oe 

Teases a = ¢ : t to share a t with a : AJ 77 rt \ h Ws t arvere in laundries. efficient main- 

1316.0 st_ mw. NO, 7-6988. | Lovely room. ett on ars quietly 3 | rie st. ne Aa ~ ~/ F ogyt | MT AINTER. ‘di0i° 418T— Small. —we hb larger. room: tenance service, some with Drivate 


g GIR LS EXP. WOMAN would a “fo get et bDath 816 wee 7 ves : . 3-9200. a ye ag I os Soe gene a ~ numerous elosets ionamee 6 
dinners after 4 Pp, ™m 4508 Fy c. AVE. SE. 1003 — furn. - é . Gaal Neg th wo ted a eere« | at {< ee . , ~~ = » 4 freezer — R a 
G. H. W.—Perm. pos. fond of| TMs. & Kit; stov mb ; . , . 406. Hyattsville: conv, trans. and shop- eA 3213 iv ereun come, | ——We are close te | oF na chrurches EXCLUSIVE 
¢ — +", jp . cali after 4TH ST. NE.. 105—Lee one. ee . o,. Receaharl B  @ oA — and shopp: ne : p> ag Fo 
IRABLE PERMANENT POSITIONS _— <223 ——— | = kit., pyt. bath & entr.; nicely furn. ee FAI A oe B..| are pare St street Barking ea ‘kitehen with “aisposal 
A NUMBER OF DES B G.W.W. or child care. aa 9.30 to 11TH NW. 1 : shave, Prig Ww. win other yk ood dinette. 5 We have piay areas refrigerator 


ARE AVAILABLE FOR QUALIFIED JUNE GRADU- =| 5 in. DU. 7-0916. F : 7 . 3 , i "5g| Scone esis: Bet‘gd"ts'ats Sas] —nitn Asybie can | as range And exhaust Tan 

ATES. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. GOOD rit maid Un... ehild care part or st, NW 2803_—Nicely {ui ~ rg >. 4 : month, plus utilities PO PO 20-4296 — 10 wer ; WER The CHILDREN 

STARTING PAY. REGULAR INCREASES AND COL, worker desires day work for ie: Pais wk sit BC —1 bes rif, pri. beth, . WA. ie a rooms and ——r-F HE -BARLEE? gaat eas pings 

CHANCE TO ADVANCE. SOME JOBS OFFER OPPOR- isrence. 5 —— — : » ee ARIK vy 3 path sas and slectric furnished. 909 LONGFELLOW &8T. NW. Fenced piaygrounds (safety 

TUNITIES TO USE TYPING. | ROOMS, FURNISHE : ; —— lit neat styled) 

. : meat | Se eas aa eee ond pase. Os| hea Sey h aan nae ER SPRING LUXURY: ss SOMMERIN TP nay 
, OE eee: 8 i :. om men 8511 GEORGIA AVE. opping urches 
—1504 Colon alcely * | a 3 
THE CHESAPEAKE & POTOMAC c paw thet) ‘Gem srry REA ee HE | ee aM geepiod Ar GA | gtasseaer ane aere..tart| APARTMENTS | 5. es grate 


Mode} 


| . ' -TY n. 
TELEPHONE CO. | tr rm. ome. “sit priv, RA 9-400 | fel, Basen i riPeivaTe| {78nspe Safar eat P21 BEDROOM—FROM $79.50 newsat Mah 


pF . a.w.. 8ST. sll Including All) Utilities pite zat 


iy Ae aa ‘seaase | employes SILVER SPRING —: eo 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE: 725 13th ST. NW. . eg ete ent No. This Monroe|.Face apartment. coms ea Mest convenient location tm cits 
Open Monday Through Friday, 8:30 A.M. to 5 P.M... | SRNR Reg Ag aE | ~ ae tifully pt ate sa Wks. "te Com: peer fe or a coh ranch Modern building designed for your te @ 


‘THIS SATURDAY, 9 A.M. TO 4:30 P.M. . ha De ee 4 Are. OW a noxsunx corp we ya 
nd ; ery. 7s : By: if ee ys , are — iy rm a ae 79.86 nee Pen so ik monn _ 


{ 


UNFURNISHED _36 


VALU 
BEST LOCATION 
LASALLE APT. HOTEL 
1 CONN. AVE 
4 Kit. & Bath, $75 


INCL 
Be ia . &-2161 Pet 
GERALDINE APTS. 
4309 WHEELER.-RD. og 
te Rg evervinini. | $a8 50. | 


labile Jun 1 See er, 
Avelianle June ©. See cnanase: 


HAREWOOD” GARDENS | 
4402 1ST PL. NE 
$71.50, INCL. sail oh lay et 


Bttrnctive l-bedr 
= = 


incl * utils Apoly res. manager on 


premises * . 
A. 9-8618 
DREYFUSS BROS 


1339 Ft. Steven Dr. ‘NW 


N A. 8 -0580 


NEAR W 
To be ateileble shortiy, i 
elevator we. All apts 
air cond ent $125 inel. 
Apts. have beautiful modern kitch- 
en heey ee e dinettes. See res. mer 


in A 
“" SMITHY CO 
Sil 1Sth ST N.W ST. 33-3300 


VIRGINIA GARDENS 
At 8 TS TLOR. ST 


GTON. VIRGINIA 


Y DECORATED 
sMALL P 


ETS ALLOWED 
1 BEDRM —$79.50_ INC. 
Res. Me 


UTILS 
r. JA. 86-8372 


H. OG. SMITHY 
Sil 15th &. NW 


Air Conditioned — 


INDIVIDUALLY CONTROLLED 


ST. 3-3300 


COLUMBIA RD. N.W *« 


EVERY MODARN CONVENIENCE 
NEW 


EPPICIENCY. spacious ¢! 
large dressing room. pa 

° s home-size 
erously equipped 


Also apts. consisting of ‘arece 
ing rm 
c *, 


u 


a eunds 
Der, i MAN 


lities 


AGER 


ares 
vator. 


A 
3911 Old Dominion Bivd. 
‘ 


“LLOYDS APTS. 
OFF SHIRLEY HIGHWAY 
1-Bedroom from $73.50 
2- Bedroom from $87.50 


office hours 9 to a 


r 
Friday Saturday. 9 to — 


800 0 TRNNESSER AVE A 


“ROSEMARY | 


_ Apartments 
2.. 3-BEDRM. APTS. 


In a, APTS ALSO AVAIL 
Make Your Selection Today 


SWIMMING AND) 


WADING POOLS 


Private Bus Service to Capital 
Transit & Silver Spring Shopping 
IDEAL FOR CHILDREN | 


| 


POR PREE ROCHURE 


~ 3222 8th ST. SE 


Attractive apt. available this 
opular project ad). playgrounds, 
shopping sand 


on 

‘ BEDROOM $99 50 | 
2 BE lp toe > 50) 
AD 


1019 1Sth at. NW 
PA. AVE.NW. 552) 


Bachelor amt. . r=. pvt. bath. 
fi in well-kept smaii 

et for hot plate: 
$47.50. Call at. 


PTs. 


NW. 


7. HASTLETON A 
1701 16th St. 
1-Bedroom Apt., 

2-Bedroom Apt., 


(forer, large liv. rm., bedrms.. 
bath, porch, walk-in closets). 


--One of Washington's most «ttrac- 


tive, mid-town elevator apt. bid« 
beautiful lobby. switchboard and 
matidesk service: bus stop at en- 
6 on-the-premises 
valet shop beauty 
apply _desk . CALL. MR 
FICKS NORMAN 
BER NOTEIN syY MOICATE 


LIVE IN COMFORT 


BRADLEE 


2 & 3-Bedrm. 


FREE EXCLUSIVE SWIMMING POOL 
ALSO FURNISHED APTS. 


Spacious rooms. large closets 
freezer top refrigerator, 


ditioning: sdjacent te schools 


OFFICE OPEN DAILY 9 TO 6. SAT. 3 TO 12 


MODEL APT. OPEN SAT 


3810 KING ST. ALEXANDRIA, VA. 


King 8 


WE REGRET THAT WE ARE UNABLE TO ACCEPT DOGS 


de 
free storage facilities 


TOWERS 


Duplex Apts. 


garbage dicpocal 
wired for air con- 
shopping center. 


luxe kitchen. 


churches and 


AND 8SUN., 12°30 TO 5S 


-0600 


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his 


UNIVERSITY CITY“APARTMENTS 


oa 


1 Bedroom 
2 Bedrooms 


ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 
STORES AND SHOPPING CENTER 
IN IMMEDIATE VICINITY 
Near Schools and Churches 
Convenient to University. of Maryland 
CHILDREN WELCOME 
20 MINUTES TO CAMP MEADE BY CAR 


OFFICE and sample apt.: 
-7070 
OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 


HE. 4 


. $71.80 
. $82.00 


2213 University Lane 


BRENTWOOD VILLAGE, 
1311 RHODE ISLAND AVE. N.E. 


GARDEN APARTMENTS 
AVAILABLE 


20 Minutes to Downtown 


Direct Single 


1 BEDROOM 


2 BEDROOMS .... 


Newly decorated, cross ventilation; 
storage facilities and parquet floors. 
school, churches, shopping center and theater. 


Open Monday thru Friday ‘til 8; Saturday, 9-6; Sunday, 10-5 


DE. 2- 


Fare Route 
FROM $67.50 
.FROM $82.50 


laundry 
near 


ample closets, 
Play areas, 


3202 


THE GEORGETOWN 


In All Its Traditional Charm 


2512 QUE 
Overlooking 
PREVUE $ 
MEW AND 


COMPLETELY AIR-CONDITIONED 


EFFICIENCY 


1-BEDROOM APT... 


2-BEDROOM AP 


15-MINUTE WALK DOWNTOWN—STREAMLINED KITCHEN 
AUTOMATIC ELEV —LAUNDRY A 
APPOINTMENTS—RENTAL INCLUDES UTI 
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 
OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 


NOON TO 6 P.M. 
Daily 4 To 8 P.M. 


ALL MODERN 


Rock Creek Park 


ST. N.W. 


HOW!ING 
MODERN 


. .389.50 Up 
.$129.50 Up 


T....$195.00 Up 


s 
ND STORAGE FACILITIES 
LITIES 


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 
MODEL APARTMENT OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY 


mE Oe Reta 


Piet brace a © 


Magazine Realty Co., Inc. 
WOODWARD BUILDING ME. 


sayea crest. 0.0m 
weererre rer. (oF 
pabeaede ys sea 


RENT 


peer ex 
street, 


“fisht on Fox’ stress 


8-6055- 


APTS., UNFURNISHED 36. 


ORES Ss | ei i 


‘ties, storage lockers, 
\cinerator, parking facili- 


$57.00 


Efficiency 
2 Boshaes Fe 


Newly Decorated 


Modern Sever Bide. Bidg. 
1833 New Hamp. Ave. 

~ | BEDROOM—SE. 
$68.25 Includes All Utils. 


ttractive ek 


BETHESDA’S FINEST 
DE LUXE MODERN APT. 


1-BEDRM.—From $92.50 
2-BEDRM.—From $109.50 
See Mer. 4740 Bradley Blvd. 


Aldon Management Corp. 
NA. 8-5740 Eves, OL. 6-726 


SILVER HILL APTS. 
\ BEDRM. APT., $77.50 


INCLUDING UTILITIES 


e living room. dinette. Younes. 
tiled bath. stove and 


| 


BROS. 
_1019 15th St. NW. 


THE ARGYLE 
3220 17th ST. NW. 
‘AT PARK RD.) 
Modern Elevator Bldg. 
Wired for Air Conditioning 


Efficiency—$68 
|] Bedrm.—$89.50 | 


Also unusual apt., living rm., 
kit., 20-ft. jalousied — 
rental $83. 

Beautiful corner apt., 
twin-sized bedrm., iv- 
ing rm., adj. glassed-in sun 
room {can be used as 2nd 
bedrm.). Rental $109. See 
resident manager. 


VERMONT 
TERRACE 


205! N. WOODSTOCK 


Lare 
| ipa oe 


4227 SILVER HILL RD. 
(NR. SUITLAND. MD.) 
JO... 8-4469 


’ 


mae BE HAPPY 
LIVE EASY 


ARLINGTON TOWERS. the 
within S city, Just two min- 


In 
city 
Memorial bridges. | 


Ss 
decks 
stee! equip tech 
eaut landscapped grounds 
Childrens olay park 


EFTICIENCIES. FROM 5480 
1 BEDRMS... FROM 6102.50 


Open 


, Snapecten 
9 5 
FOR FULL P, et'= pee CALL | 


“THE SERENE 


3_ BEDROOMS 
STORIES 
FULs, BASEMENT 
POWDER RM. IST FLA > Bed 

3 BEDRMS. from $127.50 


All Utilities Except Elec. Included 
RESIDENT MANAGER, ot. 4-2117 


2 
T 


t. see 
resident ae Ne N. 


3 
Woodstock st A. a 
1TH 


Bil 15th © 4 AR 
NEAR DUPONT CIRCLE 
1631 S St. NW. 
NEW REFRIGERATOR 
1 BEDROOM 
Attractive apt. with liv. tm 
bedrm., kitchen and bath evaltalte 
in large quiet elevator bidg., cor 
ner ljth and & sts.; walking dis- 
tance to Dupont circle and down- 
town area. Resident a a. | 
4 


st - 
ave, te Uni- 

sit rient to Riess Rad 
lett 1 block to apts. at 7970 Riggs 


H. GCG. SMITHY_CO 
Sil 15th St. NW. ST. 3-3300_ 


Pleasant Hills 


Between HMawall Ave 
Harewood Ra. NE 


An in- coe development that of- 
fers the “away-from-town”™ amee- 
phere bordered with trees and - 
ing lovely. well-kept groun 
within a one-bus-fare oe ig 


| 
| 


A 2- 
and , S11 15th a.¥., 


“DON” T BUY 
‘|~Save your money— 


we a. Bas do ell of the say and 


wa ater Pay 
e tax on mo 

feflowine his 

umber 


st. 


All buildings are modern in de- 
apt. with large picture 
s: storage and undry fa-! 
cliities previded 
you 
Now avaiiettente & 3-bedroom | 
apartments j m 
if you 
oy 


1 bedrm 
| Bede yards. aree nijaundry 


| sto 
shopping center 12 =n to down-' 
wn Wash. 5 min tagon 

aod Navy Annex on 3 bus lines 
ts. 


| Washington & Lee 
200 North Wayne St., Arl., Va. 


nished apartments 
RENTALS FROM 


ace peent . 
A, : = 9 


$75 
ist end 
m. to 5 
RA 6.2369" ‘(M-2 bus 
runs through the development.) 


a B. TIFFEY & SON 


Fairview University 


Langley Park, Maryland 


NEW—DIFFERENT—DELIGHTFUL 
CONTEMPORARY 


One and two bedroom apartments with every 
convenience—picture windows—spacious surround- 
-~“«—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 transportea- 
tion. Close te University of Maryland, convenient to 
Fort Meade. 
RENTALS FROM $74.50 TO 
Hot Water Included 


COMPLETE AIR CONDITIONING OPTIONAL 
Hours From 11 to 5 Daily, Noon to 5 Sunday 
Sample Apartment 
7950 18th AVE., APARTMENT 108 
1 BLK. WEST. 2 BLKS. NORTH OF UNIV. LANE, RIGGS ROAD 

INTERSECTION. 
HE. 4-2073 


CARL M. FREEMAN MANAGEMENT 


BEAUTIFUL 
ROCK CREEK GARDENS 


In Montgomery County, Md., on the District’ Line 
and Near Rock Creek Park 


TRANSPORTATION 


Service to all down- 
town areas by Capital 
Transit bases. Also 
fast local bus service. 


To (nepect, 
sage or =. 


$87.50 


SCHOOLS SHOPPING 


New modern elemen- 
tary school in the de- 
velopment. Fine high 

in the immed!- 


RENTS INCLUDE ALL UTILITIES 
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED APTS. 


Rooms are large with ample closet space; playground for 
children; wide lawn areas for safe play. 


CALL JU. 5-4030 
Rental Office on Premises 
AT 8227 GRUBB RD. SILVER SPRING, MD. 


OPEN SATURDAYS, WEEKDAYS, 9 ‘TIL 5 


rections: Out 26th «st. te Bast-West hwy. left te Grubb 
ra a left to office. or out Conn. ave. right te East-West 
hwy. te Grubd rd., right to office. 
MANAGING AGENTS 


Eig & McKeever 


LUXURY 


AT MODEST RENTALS 


IN GLOVER PARK 


2325 42nd ST. N.W. 


Bide 's, biee Save. 
Appiyt ri, iil Bt | 


NA. 8-0560. | 


F eereted tbl tn 


ST. 3-3300 | 


BLDG. 
~| Air-Cond. De Luxe Apts. 


i a ee AD. ¢-6700 


CLAREMONT 


2733'S. Walter Reed Dr., Art. 
(Off King St.)—JA. 2-5003 


Best Value 
2-br. apts., $89.50 


Weekdays, 9-8, Sat. 9-5, Gun. 11-5 


a THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 


UNFURNISHED a’ 


$79 MO. 


aR 


ony Ei 


poe 


—.. = 
Droj 


ME. 
1124 ore av Reet Nw. NW.| 


popventent Downtown Location 
Pew Refrigerators 
ait bide. 


Avai lab le 1 Ke & A Le ag ad 


l-br. apts., $75 up! nus ath & Re on 
Weekdays 9-8 Sat. 9-5, Sun. S18) PARKLANDS | 


& CAPRITS iA CAFRITZ 


Alabama Ave. and 
| _AGER TERRACE “BEST BUY IN TOWN” 
MONWEST AYATTOVILLE. MD 


SINGLE FARE BUS 
LOWEST RENT IN AREA 


3% ROOMS 
1-BEDROOM—$69.50 $68 and $70 
2 BEORMS.—$81 


4¥2 ROOMS 
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED 


$81.75 and $84.50 
Copest \e_school, bus at door RES. 


ALL UTILITIES [NCLUDED | 
2016 Oglethorpe. E-4 bus 
Mich 


i 

Nursery school. — ins center and. 
from Eastern Ave. - ele hoo) 
to Ager Ra. HA. 3-781). out epsilon 


RENTAL OFFICE. JO. 2- 

Air-Cond. De Luxe / Apts. | Oven Mon. to Sat, 9 A.M. ‘PM. 
Pees @ to 6 P. a 

| PARK ELLISON | COL Cub a: R ARDEN APTS. | 

1700 HARVARD ST. Nw | rge modern. | 

kit. and bath, with dress. | ts. $72.50 to) 

pe a Res AD. 4-3636. Satttul | 

CONV. TO oa. 


workin 
NV facilities | 
wy. 1 as 


Buckingham 


313 N. Glebe Rd., Arlington 
2-5004 


ane} 


uty of 


plete ia 
and off-street + poreias. 
eh or 


even eh Month _ | as 


WOODRIDGE if %: | 


LAR 4-8M AND BACH APT | 
APTS. HOU vA. F 

ist NATL. REALTY 
No_2 Thomas Cit NW RE 7:3238 


HUNT } MANOR 


arse bedrm 


| fous. 73 
GELMARC 
TOWERS 


1930 COLUMBIA RD. NW. 
1 bedroom, Brine £m. 20t $130 


cone. 
mo. Apply janitor, Apt. 


Hunt p 
REY PUSS pean 
1019 15th St. N.W. A. 8-0580_ 


COLORED 


_ kitehén. bath and see 
loc.. 


0.50. Washburn & baie 
Ave ‘te Office, ST. 
6-8774 


WIDRICH COURT 
Lge. Rooms, Huge Closet 
Parquet Floors—Play Area 
Convenient SE. Location 
CMOSSHOPPING CENTER 
Ex BUS AT DOOR 
2 BEDRM., $7.28 


. INCL. 
4628 LIVINGSTON RD. SE. 
JO. 2-4511 JO. 3-4634 


ll, 4400 ; 


8 
+ ste 


—Mo -bedrm 
"ig. aioe Near shopp center. 


For the outdoor lover! 'j3 a 


who has to live close in| ‘cou 


These garden-type apts. offer: 


to | 0352 
Chest" WooD—Brick 
dr 


° 
-eduits. To 


COL.—5160 G st. nw. 2 bedrms.. 
rm., kit.. dinette RS bath. 
‘ furn $65 mo. Apply dJafte. 
13th_st 
COLORED 101 Piorida ave. 
Apt. 4. Attrac. i-rm., kit., 
incl. stove, refrig.. eli util 
ni Open or key in Apt 
AL we horn Co., 915 N. ¥. ave. 
nw. NA. 7416 
bom COLORED 2415" Eo. ne. First ff, 
2 rms., kit. and — refrig., stove. 


, S18 Ni New York 


‘ Keim . New 
reliable, refined 
RA. 3-6784 


Picnic Areas 
Outdoor Fireplaces 
In Addition to Well 
Proportioned Rooms with 
Generously Sized Closets 


1 2 and 3 bedrooms 


Convenient te tr rtat 
ping and encellom ee 


$81.50 UP 
All UTILITIES INCLUDED 
Larchmont Gardens, Inc. 


Frederick Bt, Art 


ay | 


"fin 2 


for ig.. ail ut ‘til 7 Dp. m. or key in| 
ant. 2 PEDERAL RENTAL CO. 
915 New York eve. nw. 2 NA $-2616 


2 BEDROOMS FROM 


$83.50 


(UTILITIES INCLUDED) 
Queenstown Apts. 
Gat AND bt gen F Sy 


30) CAILLOM 


sn - a oF Out juegns “Chae 


rd. on right at eensto 
Shopping Center on Chillum + tag 


H. G. SMITHY_ CO. 


Sil 15th St. NW ST 3-3300 


THE 
CHALFONTE 


ee, dia oa fay 24-hour. ow) swit 


Apts. beautifully decorated 
We Are Not New, But 
Charming and Dignified | 

EFFICIENCY 
1-BEDROOM .. .$90 UP 


Lares Re n ne. Area 


OL.—49 Foote st rm | 
apt. wt All wtits incl, he —y 1- 
ody | Laun 


ae fac. Master 


8- | 
N. J. ave. aw. ona A. 

2 ie, rms. and kit. newly decor. 
heas and hot water furn. $60 Der | 
mo. Key on list ff. or call WM. J 
DAY ES INC. 800 uw St. NW. WNA.} 


Pas 3 ™ A me with jan-) 
INC., 800 H 


4939 a Tem St. NW. yy 7's 
bedrm ] 


h. w. incl. See janitor oa grogioes, 
1235 i ath Bt. NW... 1, 2 an 
3—-Modern 1-bedrm. = ‘for pRY 
only: $67.50 to $69 mo.:; heat and! 
hot water &. 


1 st. . ° 
COL.. 924 “N. Carolina Ave. SE 
. kit, share bath. LIL ree 
e 


— . aw. i 
kit.: newly “dae t adu 3 

$3: am mi. See a 94 ‘Go. > 2123 | 
ct t 1368 ‘Ind se. bath: | 


1 | 
door convenient to bus._t 

—-O4 8th 

| Dati, heat, $49. i Ate 
pus APTS., SALE 


L studio apts. 
exciusive. uneesel 
address of dist 

r 


ne. down 
option to on and 
on purchas 
000. Act quick for this! 
s ri — 
A at apt... | 
* ocation. fiz AT 
Pvt. parking: ample é ere 
eae. i 74 a: is $13 
5 ae. 
tils.. 
LB 


u in. ink. taxes. a, eink: 


» iLL REAL 
i PAUSE tor reverence and Seepess 
f rved well, 
Mandel. erenant 


1 Bedrm., Dining Rm. 
$72.50 to $75.00, Inc. Util. 
Attractive apts, with 1 


MOVING AND STORAGE 39 
A-tI l- rm. apt. $20. 2- 


Mt, ‘Vernon Ay Ie - ed| ie 
-hr. se 3 
and Russell . Alexandria. TS. pon eeilie coer AP, 1.9656 


69. 
INCLUDES ALL UTILITIES 


nos ts. b 
Deluxe pot 
utils. Apo 

new. being ac 

a 


and Bldgs 2 hot water 
in $6950 per Rw Key in Apt. 
wM. d. DAVIS, INC. 
wr aw NW.--NA. 8-3556 


ne. 2 bedrms., kit., 
Poth; utile.;' $80. ME 9-6668. 


COL.—57 K st. ne. 1- and 2-rm., 
fs kit.; poo peoee.é adults. 


inion Toes 
eride ave. BW, 
FURNISHED | 


rms. shits dinette 


ne 
to oh j. Charmi house with 
den; 3 rooms, 2 


Apartment with private terraces | 
overlooking Glover Park, sun 
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 


Attractive lobby, carpeted 
hallways, laundry facili- 
in- 


ties, built-in ovens, walk- 
in closets. 


Efficiencies, 1 and 2 Bedrooms 


Schools, Shopping and Transportation 
Immediately Available to Property 


CALL EM. 3-1780 


RENTAL OFFICE AT 4114 DAVIS PL. NW. 
Open for Inspection 


DIRECTIONS: Out ‘Wisconsin ave. to Calvert st:, 
left to 41st, right to Davis,and - 


left to property. 


“erke iy: rm. _ 
6-4500. ROXAN 


sees iss 


eats bedrm 
location. Compl 
ly furn 


A ~Nr. Minn. Ave ars 
bedren., liv Sean | 
APARTME VALUES 
R 

wg No 
Pee rms, kit. and 
i ST. NW.—1 rm. kiteh- 
oF Best . living). 
seks son 


$250 per month. 


ng = 

aon. 
dream Sone ssrist 
“Clyde C. nnington 


3 
Available = " 


Rema Beaman 
Se 1's Me 
ment, 2-caf gar: on ® 
t 


yi 


2 BEDROOMS, $7250 
1 BEDROOM, $60.00 


2425-31 Alabama Ave. 
Se ainers ree 


B. F, SAUL or 


Desirable Apt. Bldg 
1220 N St. NW. 
Kit., Din., Bath 
RTS 1.50 to $54.50 | 


A tay a 


-| CURE AG 


' i beareean 


Hea 
11 FALLS CHURC 


| 14x33 recreation 1 


a a, 


37 
2633 | RENTALS FROM $95 to £150) SSAC 


| corner 


Mt enn £ | seesseared wend 


ALEX.—7-room 
. min. 6 “Pel 
min. to voir, 
SEXANDI "ieee 
aLE RIA. Bev 
din. rm.. kit 2 
with connecting beth “Lat fir. 
bedrms.. bath Ir rec 
screened — 
yard gare °§ 
full yard: 


Hf nursery re age 


. 6 rms... 
* bedrms. 
elec 


0 mo. incl heat. water: 


extra. Avail. at itt 


ami Bre. Tambler 
wall te wail 


carpert. ‘avail June 


Sh ie 
A rick = eee ly lev 
m ‘house. 
itehen. den 


en. aaa. 
$170 per mo. Call 


KI. 9-2940 


it 


_a&FAa 
-bath — leve): 
ot a 


d 3 bedrms.. 
2-8230. JA 


nice lot s 4 
e033 

. $215 
rm, brick Baionisl 
se baemt.. 


“* Jj - 
excel. cond. 
ard. , 
A 
Leng bedrm brick: edec 
ase: fenc rear yar 
ARLING GTON, NO. New “duplex. a! 

. air-conditioned ap it 

laundr and storage facilities $125 | 


ASt.. “?. “se bedrm. brk house Div 


yard $1 rm onknts CO OF 
CY, JE. 2-2200; 


ST—3-bedrm 
scr. porch: 
" mo LAD. 4- 


eves., 


ark parm 5 


kit... very = 
ard. Surtabre small 
sc 4 
ia NG ’ NO. 
nial: full basement porch 
Available June 8 
REALTY, 5800 Py 
INGTON, 3718 ist Ra. 
ee 


cor 
4 


L ste" hd 


Hwy. 


se. wT 00 | 


month'y 
A G -Toom rick Colo- 
nial I bath. reer. rm. $115. 521 is 
No. 26th st. 


5 room semi-detached, | pain. rec. 
ord s 


_-., de- | 


nw oy edreem. houses 


Ries 60. ih Fe | 


ine orch. gar 
enced. Y ., Ni guenools. Flies. OL 


a 


bedrm., i 
house. 


$115 
ALORA R CHRISTMAN, Inc 
906 Wis. Ave. NW. WO 6-2923 | 
aay CHASE—1127 Leland =; 
gar 


eves Ke 8- 5655 ah on SR 
ms. sep 

rm full bs 

Can sive J-yr. 


3-2871 
bedrms., 
idea! 


lease. 


stor- 
for 


; stie. 4- 
ALLS CHURCH — ms, 1% 
baths, — cayman cacamnent. fin- 
ished re oom, ed lot, close 
to | schools; $145. ye. 4-649 
FALLS CHURCH AREA 


ROSES RUN ACRES 
2 » Sor ge contemporary 
style camubler 4-ft. living 
with fireplace. “ahiaeed 
wooded lot. Avail. June 1. 


Avail. 


-bedroo 


2-bedrm.. i-level. 
$120 


PINE SPRING 
2-level contem 2 
recr with 
June 15. 


jot. 


r 

Avail. 

L-lovel conpomnatar? 2 bvedr 
nd den. carpor 

Sune 30° $123 

LURIA BROS. 


048 Wilson Bivd JA. ‘%-8500 


FALLS CHURCH AREA 
1) ’ 
separate 


Club area— 
m. brick penn ve sep- 
rm. mplete 
kitchen. carport. Avail lable June 25 
(3) Arlington — Convenientiy io- 
cated; 4-bedrm a fe ced | 
_ zare Available Ju 


hobby 


= name 
by 


rm ‘ 
Available Jun 
(5) Lee Porest——3 bedrms.. 


—— dining 
ARFA 


lenmanttosel y 


x REALTY, INC, 
JE. 2-1450 


“Falls Church and Alexandria 


CHOICE LOCATIONS 


Immediate occupancy in suburbes 
Va.;: close to stores, buses and 
schools: all newly dec orated: 
lawns; with or without 


———————— 


| Larchmont Realty, Inc. 


garage, patio 
wie re rs kA 

eeded - Ay lor couple. 
- 


— Bric 2- 
house near park. Wali-to- 
ting. attic fan A 
10 mo. Call Miss 
DU. 77-8056; CHATEL. D 


wall car 
Imm 
x 


A—S-bedrm. ram- 
near sireetcar Avall 
tare REAL- 


BL AREA. 
Quiet street; 2-bedrm 
new ape cond.; -- A arti 
- 
jot Move oath, * in 
pri al Penta 


bler. a 
July ist. 
OL. 


acre 
SUBURBA 


rooms. 
q ST 


ence for aa | 


now. 


Avail 
HRIsT MAN, 
w 


— 
A ungalow. 3 
bath rt lates corner as | 
ave. m 


CHOLSO . 
» Pedec.., 


DS: Rafat | Santas rgud wh Je 


aw. rms., 7 baths: 
: piece neigh 
ges heat ceavall Balle. partially 
rn. 


comment ee 
res able party 

3 bed rm. 2 baths, 

ing kitchen 

age and full pes ign ‘bull 3 


a RR 
saa ee 


foes nehouse ivid- 
aa 
ops, 

igeho als, doi oin 

ue" iatiash, Py ban pen 9 to'd 


‘patio, fenced baci 


den 
in Knotty Pine; 


near! 


fenced 
MON 


nice | 
family. Gear 


Co 0- 
Clay 


am WAREHOUSES for RENT | 


JE. | 


shopping | 
JE 


_..| Weinberg & Bush, 


immed | 


wooded lot Avail 


vail. | 
KEN- 


. C—| 


AR. bo 


w 


at and "Sa 4. rot, and 


fami Ss aaa 
es 7. 4 


child, 
house 
call day 


t ie .: sai ee i 


Brown. rx 


ae 
$3975 2-2 


hy Waketieid-—One “ 
reas. Close to 


tch; 24 floor. 
aths, sun deck: 


: a CEXANDRIA 


Chas Rf Hooft. Inc, has @ 
| exclusive management of ry Kine 


cal) BENIA AMIN Me- 


HAS. R. HOOFF. 


Catal St. Alex... Va. TE 


Air-conditioned space, 2000 sq 
Can lease one. 
oors. Elevator. lights and | 

heat ae at less than 


informatio 


83445, 


8-5 
reek VaTH =z YoU NW. 
S—sU = 


ITES, $25 gt le narieh 
TU. 2-3060 nia 


BUSINESS PROP. SALE 


GROV ON. VA.—100% 
cial location for sale. 140 ft “front. 
| 


t ‘Closing out at 

wr nee. SO. 8-883) 
~—— Near JZist 

Rent $1200 year. free 
BOSS & PHELPS. NC... | 
49 


praised $2.50 sa 
O) 
=| a 


' 
FORES, RENT 
b. 

6 ft.. show window Excellent 
ee $308 occupancy. | 
one - 
FAKOMA PR. MD —Zood basinees 
location; reas. rent; heat furn. Call 

f a L. 2-0 
15x60 on 
Cus tomer perk of 


isc NSIN wii ® 
109 store. J. LEO 


is] 
Tie San ie 


OPPING CENTER 


highly succes — Shopping | 
Total 16 stor wo ne 

still evaitable. take! 
ry delicatessen ifte 
anol honees. paints and wallpaper, | 
aports shop. etc. Real opportunity 
| for volume business 


Weinberg ‘. Bush, Inc. 


1707_H St NA. 8-5500 
WARENOUSE SPACE, Rent 50 


Busy. 
Center. 


st ee ” Can 
ba , 


OR WAREHOUSE—Ap-| 
t e floor. N.W 


. ary, two} 
‘warehouse rit 
lift. R 
Nice offices. 
mediate occupancy. 
3 000 s a 


Close-in. Im-| 


’ 


New. modern 

und construction 
air- conditioned offices 
, weans Wil 


Inc. 
1707 H St. Nw NA. 8-5500| 
WAREHOUSE SALE 51 | 
STEEL BUILDING for warehouses. | 
. - . panding indus-| 


farm op- | 
minvestigate the new } :. 
bie 


ready about 


100 | 
: quickly erected. pox ib00 


33 


2nd commercial, | 
18. 600 #4 Li? 
¥. 


GETO 
155- *t front.. 
ow. -Keross {rom | 
new faleway being. it. Own ner| 


“BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 55 
DELICATESSEN Toc gale ¢¢_Seyee: | 


iness; excellent ijocation 
‘tison bivd Arlington, Va. JA 


i" EasO ST ATION, | 


bu 
i 


' 


corner of Ga. and 


once others do not apply 
2 
MOTELS eon SALE—Advice and| 

' xclusive full- andy 


travel specialist. | 


2 Woodward Bidg.. 


RE PevRUEANToDowni town 
te equip a. fr ready to £0. 


: ty 70 j 
hiso going restaurant 
nearby growing community 
Also furniture store. same location | 
Priced uncer $10,000. Excellent re- 
| turns _Phone or see ZANTZINGER 
| WA 3819 or NA, 8-5371, Eve 
WA Bie 
SERVICE STATION jer sa) Te 31506 
Take over lease 800 
stock and equi ek, Ca 
9662 or come to 3107 Biadensburs | 
rd. ne. See Mr Cam pbe 
K BAR Colored clientele 
2 No. Capitol. with 3-room p. 
day. Price #2000, ly 
7 -_— $40 mo “ies 


. ' 
corner 
ca- | 


“BSUSED CAR LOT” 


Choice location. Completely set up) 


© including lights. sed 
2.3777 


ES | 
BUS. OPP., OUT-OF-TOWN 56) 
MAR Be. AS 


| 


situate ane 5 

st. «(U. 6. Rout Sectectabes 
burs. serene can be arra ety 
rite 


Va 
agent s commis 
Cc 


| or phone 


w, prederichahns 
REAL ESTATE pani 
y 


60 


treme 
$. - 
TRUSTS. 
ourteous and immed handling on 
alt I rpaleation Apex ae Co., 
ME 204 , 


le 


t ust motes. dD. Cc 
re AGE jotes 


MET, CORP 
NA 8-583" 


4 
e wi uy a 
ne ror. ud and 


aha 


| 


1312 ay — 3 
=e TRUST 61 
syo00 2D TRUST—Do 


with 

urchase of Od t 
and co nA. HL aw 
CHACH ALTY, INC. 


N 
TRUST NO A 
trust nh 
a i EOD  1eks 
SALE, INVEST. oe 62 


- modern brick sapart- 
| ment. 753 Sist . Me. tneome 
“4 6 6,950 


car ey 
pn a laree corner a 


e and ule bath 

“One nr. pay ver 
5 fos 4y Hills. 

Phone ZANTZIN- 
r : 


a 
nice fenced 


$110 es iss” 


—— ghtfu 
acres with stre 
con. 3 oarms 
arport 
r. PJehusen. SP. 
DALL H. HAGNER 


agg on 3 


22-3600. 
¥ Tere Coer 3-be4- 
R ma bit ‘witk 
i with 
tying bar. a. an space; 
flagstone patio and — ~4 $125. 


‘14th st. nw. NA, 


ATH: NFR 
i2 800 "a0. m8 ii 
CAPITOL HILL 


lendid 
ame 


large 4-bedroom brick’ 
completely corte | best 
Yaga!’ for entertaining. By 


INC. 


brk 
two or | 


| A 
| WEINBERG & BUSH, Inc.| 3 
500 


; 
| 


| HILLCREST on Penna 
His: 1 


| se! Mi ng be Ih health j = 
cause il) ealt in fami) 
3-04.30 v. 


tth NORTH a sT.. 


| PALISADES—New brick 


in Pe te Sw Wack ace 
8 eapd.. air-condition . ike 
ny FAMILY npr eS . 


panei rec, 
Call EM 441 
| ERS. INC 


Chevy Chase, D.C., 
| Reutadis 
living spDe 


iris 
$22,450 


_ BA 
olonis! 


nt 


more 
mos the 
hell. liv 
‘ Leis on 
wide stairs to lL. 
above-ground recreation = 


race. large rear yard. G 
TOWN & SUBURBAN. 


‘CHEVY CHASE. Db. o-eaentnen 
town poves PR 


THS 
wit 
t 


; with firepi.. full 
dining rm. ——— od in sy ; 
aneled ¢ 

Mr Layaile bes the ‘ber "Cail b 

at EM aot @ r L. T. Lavalie  ~ 


ant brick 


maid's room 
| SHANNON & 
0 KE. Fe 1800 tL 7 P.M. 


CHEVY Cuase older home in good 
ndition t* sive 


| Br. ain 
CHEVY CHASE —e 


jeremens 


A . 


financing EV 
TY Co. EM. 3-1800 “lop m 


once PARKS 


a 
S215—Approx.} tr 


= mai) sa rden. 
low 20s 


TOWN - ee EM. 32-9400 
CLEVELAND PARK—On! y \% block 
off Conn ave pares house in im- 
maculate edndftio bedrm.. 3 
baths. Ow eatin 
_ location 

‘ nd Gerber 
tie» m. 
| “eNouass +> go 

0 


Y appointment 
ine., Li, 4- 
CRITTENDEN ST. NW. 519—Poure 
rm. ., = on basement, 
fenced enient to trans« 
portation anc atid jachools Call ie see, 
A CO. Di. 737-2099, 


OBORGETOWN—s 
LEO 


= a 
___ REALTOR “Ab 2- 
GEORGETOWN 


corner: building cor. 
4-Dedrm. apt and 
in apartment 
on investment 
NA. 68-3518 


h live 
derive incom 


o abe Klavan, or 


: op OWN 
2 “TIL & 
3202 RESERVOIR RD 
Saga air conditioned 2 bede 


ORG! 
cL Eves at Soe 


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GEOKGETOWN 
2- rt 


9.5 co- EXCLUBI VE. 
SIMMONS PROPERTIES 
ves. WO. 6-92 4 


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= eee 


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WiLteRest off Penna 
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REALTY - 

a here 4-3400. 


ave. 


or inspection. 
MAN REALTY. | 


Pa 

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ch. gas heet. 
P4LTY. INC. 


HILLCREST 
Brick punapioe. one ut i T dining 


nice living roo 
. large kiteh 
led bath 


$13,500 HARTMAN | 
-3400. LU 


4 


= 2 


Cal 3-6 
Morgan Real Estate 
5 
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bulit-in gar.: 
hot-water heat. oi) 


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st. area. 5 blocks see “a Walter 
e Hospita! bedrms den 

new > ipltchen, 


RA. 6-01 


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Gwher un BODLEY. 
3-0220, WO. 6-9114. 


North Portal Estates _ 
Custom-built homes Features toe 
namereus to describe. Must be 


“OPEN DAILY 7 oO DARK 
Out 16t t 


om. brick, rms... 
15,000 


Directions s 


OUSE . 


$& Seer, CO. 


DL_7-4244 . 


rambler, 


No 
yore 


Realtors 


Living room with Sreplace. 
acontityy kitchen. 


A ey - re 


2: 26 
¥AROMA AREA. BARGAIN. 
Below appraisal. Modern 2 bedrm. 
somal detached brick beme $11.950 


o 
Abie Ach r af bp ha 7-650). 
St rms. bath 


carpet. 
Pri 


Immaculate. ssamieet’ 
Be rm. 


Eves "ha. 8: i ae 


6-2527 
PRESS REALTY CO Fe. 


tchen: rm. wi - 
beautiful foyer. Low cash 
¥ e 


Pully ike 


$15,650-—1505 19TH ST. SE. 
: 


floo 
of tea: 


A A 
yeil front semi-det. 
ne 


osed porches 
Bt gas h-w. h. iu pore. fu 


Call 


eTHIS IS TTT 


6 BEDRM. SEMIDET BRICK 


Living rm. 
pean . £8 


7, Pee aan: 
$13, 500—-$1500 Cash 
gage re full fume. 


Gin a ae 


FLO 
THES NS IT! 
Full Price, $9500 


dining rm, 


we flac. Bs bein 


“iipteitsr 
CREAM OF THE CROP 
BP jee, tm. Pea 


_imgoome ra  m 


BETHESDA pent 1 shes cand (re .900__¢ a ngalow. driven shor! MODERN CUSTOM-BUIL 
nder $16,000 with 3. « a} brick. 425.080,| Vacant, BOWAN 4 ; 1951. BRICK 
5104 WILSON LANE | : COMPLETELY ARAKES 


¥ ’ 
Repeat ae = TERRIFIC VALUE 


USTOM AM RAMBLER 6-roo \ be , ' ne 

. 141 nn —tee) RD, NW rm... storm, windows, Anchot Ne a ist Os on tak — with} ¢, BEDROOMS. 2 FULL. BATHS 

‘ Tbedrm ae oe. | ED MODE Ts ; semidet. fow . a a, oe y ; new $50,000 ist trust: builder will ¢ gy By Kelvin a ee | 

lace, lovely a COLOR RN | pa’ oy on! a. iain your many "triends, 2 a — . _— You a rama. also built-in Westinghouse, 
+ The lot at $32 ° Washer and dryer. 


om separate 
“Sage ‘ house na le on 

GI—$800 DOWN gg eae electr Th eon 8 level a reeitons " t resi fos washet "and 

W. Berens Ry down to earth 


qilrrgred, Gt-ea 
bath “Sali. area sat pett r unit: 1 block to Call i ‘ Lar 
Pau aate™™ 2 FAMILY | ta numerics | Reet ees peer | Reeereearee eee | Pelee eens oe = 
u 


PPO 
RIGGS R 2 Mass. Ave. Realtors NA. 8-5020 ay for quick sale, $14 
weve sonsin aye. to Old ceo F. L. HEWITT CO. seis tains eighbo '|J. Wesley Buchanan, Inc.| RR 


Ra 2- Bay PAYMENT 'N. CAPITOL AND HAMILTON v 
Semidet. tapestry brick home that = . 4. 215-8900. JU. 5-5343. | refinement I. $15,950: & M.' Perpetual Bide.. Beth OL. 6-3400 | 
was actually built as 2 Tw winched pesuty pod JS wig ‘ rms os aR bric ons Georgetown 4 to Wilson CONN. AVE. ESTATES 78 je. plas, taxes. | rpetual Bids. Be AGENTS SILVER. i SPRING—3- bear 
2 baths Mod : ty left on Wilson iane, ASSUME 4%, GI LOAN se , " ROCKVILLE - $12.950. Possible 4-bed- SIDE. REALTY © to" 103 ate 


ti ths and kit 
austen” depear rm, asbestos ; ia adis yard 
a: i ~ . = ge gas Rous” dow . 
aorch, call fenced yard ‘ti 2 | Eset “tied vend “ententent to ist ¢ ray ge Gent bis bed- seitiement charges. Call Walker & Dunlop, Ine. Det sbedrm * Bre tl | KENSINOTON SERIA. -| Laree e kitebeD Tull, bemt.. a SEVER SPSInG—J 
2 | ¥ < 
WER WANTS One® | PEA HUMPHRIES | Si ptie iat By oa.) Peale Rear dt net RE ath) Mae eg Bite, eae) ltrs 
34 rod 2 ck 3-bedrm _Mass _ave RB Realtors. NA. ! 8-5020_ GI $66 M NTHLY HOUSES A ere SHOES _ BUONEY RE RBALTY ©O. $2 $50 ‘Ca pF ag. ge | J ; o-findg |i! tt ya om and 1 
Bins iM <bath ho Mh Gey 7 COVERS EVERYTHING i's very seldom the first } f106.) oy "2/9409 om _DONKLEY Realtor. a 5800. ROCKVILLE Ritchen. fully equinped. 3 twin bed 
concer a selected #0 : cas: RY OWNER—$11.950 a id's Teom ana ' 


nished recr | 
Colored 6th & Nicholson NW. . . v ‘i. OR ee 
se NOS Dow oars 5 TO At ANYONE ONLY $260 DOWN mes and four-bedtm. house FREES -pedrm. Cape C Desirable fenced in rear. C 


gn pnd oe houses [rom FAIRWAY HILLs— LS—Ho serra ram-| 
r donuanee FELLER. Realtor, JU. 5-7 
qd hw.) LO. 5-3550__ 


LTY ' 
RIGGS "REA LET S TRADE | brick; rec. rm.. 208 36th ST, SE. | Setters endl - Ie aca ard — Ee ceed For a RE OF Privacy and 


RA. 35-9450 EX 3-4494) tor this gorgeous #-rm. det. brick: | tetm er -Z ments. Th . 
Se is brick darling has of utifu ® | . 
i ull Ras ~~ a phe | BUONEY "REALTY CO co rooms, large living ‘=e hese nt and will | wooded | jot 4. ul veer children can rom ‘7. > estis~ u.  land- SILVER SPRING 
Close to Sheraton-Park Hotel | [romt pore”. TU. 2-9400 WH. 6-6579 . 2 por | sel sell well ele SU th 8. oom home| scaped. } wall, prives hedge. 
en a ar Your be c ay or anytime ny “BR made to or new ahepping ceatet . ’ IN OLD WOODSIDE 
; CEN HALL ICK | bedroom pius d ed. Attic spece extra rm..| Very large Colonial in the oldest 


KALMUS REALTY 1119 Li _ BE. ne. oF ia 
eomLOOK' § gain. fe ie & WOODS -BEDROOM , * BATH tr ‘ erat ing room Full Sauer Venetian yet convenient to every- 


| ME. 8-01 94. LO. _4-7042.. 
6 thedral Ave. NW. | 7 | acious 4-bedrm.| eened| Walk to soimmine | peel Dla ® 
2206 Ca | Colored-—GI—$250 Dn. | & cpt Mig = ‘ii, faze] BADIAN REALTY .CO pegs “pre old: 3s baths. | RAMBLER ands || rounds, 55" VAl ond denise Ges) ‘oases, aoe 
DUPONT HILLS stairs. Ideal for tne aes es. Bs . 69353—JU. 7-5384 nrm., scr. porch. = fire- | ont ss appraised -_ va oa ONO agen . ~ hs rch, iiaree wpretiy 
Overlook Rock Creek Park a 3- ow semidet. brick fovels { ' vehioo mt Brokers’ C tion ~' repi.: atte i ; rambler featuring. pooutite’ briek | 4 oc KVILLE— 1215 pers, pou Re: lot 140x182 oe 
in a = r rat - room ambler ne | . 
2 . oma vm. eat Wi iene Pes te aa . “583 ted : poration. , Mra. walker aaa) dtaneeal, one. tie. a tee | 5 ~~ with option to buy at $85 per mo. | Sone tress et St POR 
| - sY . 2 , t 0 500 
fois. csi {Mr Cox * | COLORED—724 Emerson st. ne. off : ooearh NC iv fireplace, hot-water heet,| den: = —“e-= paneled cash to fon Vet. ‘Act auick, Ol Seen ‘iia et 
sree, “teetts pine . 4320 " ¢ — 


¥; TO 6 uth Dakote Ideal for small | $13 Charming brick 2-bedrm e —— 
OPEN TODA 2 O COLORED— Detached try to — - ait la bedrm. 3410 th N rambier Leree liv A aes situated on cor. | $15. ~bearm. VILL. § END | — + ~ SILVER 5 , MO. 
ly 875.50 per rick. : Ww. din sall-electrje rit. demi) 4 | Gall Me Binanian case | 2 bath Cape C | e - 107 Calvert rd 604 FOREST EN RD 
eh. er in ned bemt. ndo --y ond fen 2 Bo : se stone and ot home in tifui lot. F. W. BEREN L. 32-5784 aint — 1. dininerm.. . . im homey sett - ‘Gk L * 
oe BE AND Rapecon) E bath, fu ie - GI appraisal lea f yara.| ¢ 8 large -78 : ; FREDERICK Ww. mt. hwh. outside entrance, $11,850. Small amount) > pearms ane bath ist fi., tee. 
rch, beautiful yard. VA app ote app or; brokers 1 ae f e: or) . ~ BERENS storm windows, fenced lot, Close) dn pic and span w/firep! “| fn. beds on 7a » SS rec. 
a Fens BRIC only $i4 —w- laspes. See ME SMITH. tne Opsa — bh.-w m apt. on! rst offering of this beautiful | _ SALES, INC. JU. 7-7700 to shopping and transp. BONAN lk . , -| rm. and bath 
; ; ; -7877: : center & POGARTY LO. 5-5052 if no! : Mon CONVENIENT FINANCING 


Whe ies ; h ¢.ec. ran nd retria. i 
. x" WH Wish | ~ ey we a en eupled by } family since built ' iv. | . ft 
RD Dow rl . nd ¥> Woodridge. 3 . witre -mode ern. Bal o ant. Immed date | fir ua rm Dee} ~ FLOWER AVE. AREA on Tk Se cto — on “ pean | de ge ey 
ar gondition’ best. sect Phone with table space. a and | ; OPEN, 2‘TIL6 P.M mbier, cor. lot; cony, ‘shops,| PO. 2-2554. COX & CO. INC., R. A HUMPHRIES 
; a : om Lee. | _! ‘MASS ‘ . s. 
WOOD — Easy financing |27-MASS. AVE. Resitors NA. §-30290 


COOL. 
: section. | Pee! 
REALTY co WA ti) EBs STE a AHUE. Li.| 3 twin-s sized bedrm eths: 9013 WALDEN RD LINGW 
4488. 3000; ‘one or hoi ' | stairs to attic; family room ue el) | 
mel . oS ee ae oA recr. area and fireplace; —— j aa =) substantial 7-room. ino sete. available with modest cash pay: | SILVER SPRING 
porch: atio. q0er cares A 1' t colonial brick powse. on ry a es left to Park wood | ; s.  Leavi 4 HILLS sen I 
P . 
’ 


ale P38 ee ED 


A t 
-towh owner. ¢ Inc. LU. 4-3400, LU. 2-5976 
sell “quickly a 


n il nside 
GI contract iiate 
i “so and “nent Sriek heme - 8.0m. detached |e dwery re = NO $ DOWN-—-$56 MO. wus ne secee level venous vere: Seeat, ° left 1 bik. to 4316 Warner st, . is Lo 
turing 6 lige. rms. mod r. Howard U. & Freedmen’s H. ete Shen abe INGTON Exceptionally clean! | nice bedrms . large tally 
12 rooms, 2 kitchens. 2 baths. ree.| rm. storm windows, fen ‘poren.| . 8 HE A—Nake Offer ri ype Cod. Living room with fire-| e are om is such @| 
rm.. ol| h.-w. h. Ideal location By BUDNEY REALTY CO. | 3-bedrm. brick Colonial; liv . separate dinin reom, kitch- | ion of cit : S| din 
peas en i mi s how. or fraternal o - with fireplace. din. rm., oq’ | Ne Frigidaire rei en. 2 bedrooms and bath down: 2| {0 ) porch AB 
0 i 7 a ion Excellent condition. | rm 6-8570 | Bit screened side porch, full bs: freezer top: disposal: ad bsmt Well. land- 2 oe enced jot; on 
ROGERS REALTY a | Selling %1 cheools, shopping. — mh se } Price $13.950. WOOD) i MRS. LA B.) tnd street 
re Good financing 11158 Georgia Ave.,| OL oe . | closest thin 
LO ‘ + | yentional 
TY_C¢ 


7 SER Fixe | -NA_£-0004 LA. ¢ - 
COLORED—VACAN?1 | COLORED LUXURY —— BA £° wa. 7 » WAL F cTi 5: Silver Spring. Md - |StLV NG—Attractive J-bed-| REAL a | at 
: 2 4- 44838 r ond MASS. AVE. ext. area—Just | rm. brick Colonial Beautiful shade 
EHRLICH SPECIAL 
128 MADISON ST. NW lovely Brightwood ; : ETHE Le ov » 8 r ered. prick, ge tg bedrms.. | trees. fence d rear vard | with patio SILVER SPRING 
; . *, ss ‘i a 
a gout head tad, teen a betarcere tiled paths. : : ae | oo Warne to Walden. then left to r. ylight Dept. garage: | tie.| Seqation. $15,950. Office open May 
A 2 i. | : tnut 8: , 
fi. garage. full bemt, new through-| ¢ : mod PSO 
OR 1 AS FAVE. i out Can be used “4 2 ftamiiies.; nay b knot pine ‘Ei. A. caee. | omen at Or PRESS REALTY CORP ackxwoop . wy Penton, si. tne 
' | Convenient to everything, | off . $403 a ‘4 Ce 15th ST. NW. ST. 3-9316 _ oms.. .. ; ed _ 
_TREMENDOUS! FRED EHRLICH | Ses. Soh ae OOS CALQuInS Bait 3 co._| "| ‘odt Bees. OL. 6-738 . rch. Built be best 5 SPRING fenced lot 
askin 750. We | 1012 oe, 3-0450' —ssisO Pa ae UPONT = vias ET i entree Cho lot | 3-BEDR SP ahi RAMBLER is mo,, all in one trust. W 
are ee heasea te to offer “tat: outstand.| _ After 0 p.m, DU, 37-7595 COLORED -?ETWORTH ~~ $29 DN. —ASSUM , Nea lie and schools. | nis Is A STEA CO, JU: 9-6440, 
fs ge ae unusual COLORED — 002 ILLINOIS AVE. Nw. Corner Brick. $495 Down]! Possession 2 wks. Nice S-rm. brk.;| Mere 1s * goo? one L oP | > ed, $29.500. MAR-| Modern in every * capect. wall to| i? 
maser 2 COMPLETE APTS 4 bemt.. level fenced yd. Nr. store. Red pric : GA J. DUNK ’ » OL.| wall carpet included in 
rom Colonial brick on this ~ heene | Eee. * c. ofa R non-Ol. 2 r LAND BRICK — S-bedrm.| doo 4 - ' 
jful wide syenue, bas 2 comp. Kile) elehbortoed. Use. ill) Mre,, Townsend, BR, 3.5086. Cox! Power 1 paged] jnasdintne “Yoot°combinstion, | yambler-# mow old: whet 4 honey!| (anap, Phired to salt ieday, mG) fool Tommy tf 
n: fu m : 
a in roomy kit. ‘aesume t Ol SILVER SPRING. Brick rambler | in eg HE. 4-583! 
1¥ 


ae tiful eal.” : : - kiteh 
Pes . poh, N. recreation =, —~ te —F t.; assu ILVER 
KNOTTY PIN children, car. excellent «rade iced st $13.950, ca og a 5 roo 
E REC. ROOM £°WriGHt, EM. 3-5600 price am x 35-3482 cag. OL. 2-1613. COX & CO./ pl js dining Fm +, 1s ‘a, Baths: newly aed Mg age gy vleaving 


equipped ie : 
L, sm 


h- 
86.” AA dove 
ms. COLORED. WOODR‘GE | Lok im 3 eet Gein toes | & 
ms DETACHED BRICK full baths. —. S Sena aie beg trick Tom- Walker & Dunlop, Inc. | | Seo. and trenep. Gt app. at =. Reduced for quick sale 
estic corner brick. 6 h gas; heat mr. schoois. me rms. 2 baths: ,| Uptewrn Office. Realtor. EM. 2-6715 ae rambler $11.080,. cox & Co. "INC “OL. 2-1613 Aaa, on inued on "Fe wine 


; ~4 ri right. EXCEL ner. Garden 4-9526 
Owner transferred, Call) ONLY $16,950—$2000 ON. | full bemt.. sarage. fine sae ae, 
t LU 2-8136 oF 10 years old. Full bemt., lovely) oon te insid A. 6-9230 or HU. "}-8608 ints 9 ants othe Tetused OL 
REA 


ox ee 
és TLAS THING lot — “we A redecorated. Call ~ x . —Expand. rambler . 
AL HAVE SAM HI ti 9 = : , 1000. ¥ - Seras iv. rm. sep. din. rm., 
in Suitland Nr. Andrews DANIEL DIENER & CO. , Vac our, rms. Non-OF| Vitchen, 2 vain size bedrms 
2 ih a sor i0 | min Andrews . 1728 P ST. NW | § tm, tec. tm. sas heat bath bolus additions ae aeas 
Field: 3. bedrms.: just of Col.— YOU NEED I8 GOOD CREDIT. 4 firepl.. furn. knotty-pine ses) woes 
Gee | this nan today Call Mr 5 £500 down 13 rooms 4 bat be Call ti u 9 pp. @m AD 4-6652 ’ P refrigs.. 2 stoves PISANI, Realt or 
A 4-* i788 COX & COoO.. INC... 8O yecent Be nt ee rent. NA. 8- DANIEL DIENER & CO. ' + ong a ar to 6 
Tia es . ca eS ee 
' .- “ pm oy ar -- 5-room cottage, ox: | BE InieRDN=Weely_ FecoraTeL UH ied. 
COLORED—VETERANS | | Oak trees ina quiet neighborh boa. for Rg A -L, mea 
UPPER BRIGHTWOOD | yet conv. to everything: front 9! KORZENDORFER, OL. 4- ; 
! kit. mh baseme ent. | poonthy pall like af $1 til Montgomery - | ty 


porch complete 
9000. w 


ain 
arage “Priced. cadet $14.,- 


ot quick . i : A—Fre nch olonial larse 
el LLE LOWE CASSEL | $70. 87 ' oe ue Bar Minn. | all mod. improv ari y new beat’ kiteben. ful full-size ‘ining om. 3 —_— 
HO. 2-1015 This tapestry brick home has | out, ph LO. $6037 Tia | L cary ae gd room. patio. fenced * to Gl. a Sit. sPo ALE D TERRIFI RAM LER 

iT? + * 9906 ea ARGYLE CLUB AREA MASS. AVE. HILLS gat Blair ja Bchoot Be 1 Luxe Ary B 


been Gl approved. ane is priced 
only 750 w 


| th $350 down COL — EO ww EHRLICH Wonderhouse | $14509, $759 ee | 5 eS Toe , 
395 DOWN. MOVE IN front and rea es. full 4 BEDR M 1330 INGRAHAM ST. NW. BETVESDA—For convenience | to! ae: bedi RO. sean beck TEENAGERS, ANYONE? ag ce edt , open 170 DARK—3 2 beds aa 
Sik basement G , Sem o rans rt - 2- « 3 j i : rit. . 2 » &e i rm 
$ Call ae MOTT, EX. 35-2480 $750 ON. 2d nh ‘Pansled’ hall end be ee and fins s neighbor rhood This ES : liv. rm. din. +} , eeeee 6 = ie a ally "tl dark w | fully equine Eft chen ; carpeting 
3rd & Rhode Is. Ave. NE. | o& ea” | Modern, 20-ft. brick with concrete) firepl. P-car det garage. Clean ai] Pedrm mot ehite brick romeir| we Kit... 24- * family’ oom with | floor | acious —_ —— pre | SBC Graperiog inctuse Cet 
centistine of 4 ine. rms. b0 ches. FRED A. SMITH CO. | front porch. 2 lin o Sane. Cane 0 Seem) @ ‘peliseeaa $17,980 ‘e al Only $20,7 ck Cape Cods| ihe _2-bath rambler. 7 op Sree SUMNER conditioned: big brie 
. rches. te ' ; ERE FONG: Out Wis te 
ade v eh —s < ~ COLORED 862 PER MONTH } oe and Cail FRED EHRLICH : choose on se there for ¢) er yeili= 5900 MADAWASKA ROD. Cedar Lane (Just past Navel a 
f trace — om, aii N , ST. 3- 04 a Sear oom Colonial: \e t. Ou Colesville rd. ) ‘ , OPEN ? TO 6 right to Parkhill 
134 2; eves. JU. 5-6 TENDS “RAl PH D. COHN r 6: m.. close transportation: i . left to Greenoc room for sl tight to Orkn’ sign. 
Colored— ST oe ee 1700 BLOCK NO. rated O06 re0ey Ne ert ied floor:| <® Bouse sets in. © | Geerming, _ 2,sereo Mod. O Northwest Realty Co. 
TOL . ne roo . ; His: oO r 
Nr. 3rd & Missouri Ave. 13 ' , Jpen ey i ‘ TU. 2-9200 ce ore rr eeerereroer es Sarase: fenced pare $17,950. Ex- BETHESDA. PARKWOOD | r f , preiwe ow 208. 5S, = . ae 
$750 DOWN 5 oan = in NE Dusieith. house. 450,008. Ure cellent fipancis available ge BETTY KENNER. ATTEN, EM 3- | ~ Open Wednesdav 
prouné RFER, a : 10117 WILDWOOD DR. THE EAST- gies 14 MARLYN RD. Overt right to Nahant. right to | Y 
N oe level | Madawaska. left to house 2 TO 5 


New brick 


ove 
| COLORED _ @ inte om 'tiree| ERNER 
" UYER OR baths, separate: dining room. ‘f OUTSTANDING IN DESIGN AND OPEN TODAY, 2-6 WASHBURN & MAIZE- Be trees shade this lovely , Tyine 
; type 


ed 
best weve ever of- 
—_ y equi ate ' UE. Lee. liv. rm firept sep. | 


2 wide side | hall lan n he 
' by ane! : ered . 
' mt to 1 YOU COX AND Co. NA Wil] sell on terms. LI 6-2000 ‘arse =pen- v 
ALTY CO.. 5 HENS fe war TT sateen emorial Day arcipuphiast Bkalty co. r or 5 shade trees.| ¢! ie " ~ a rb eed te _o "Woop CRES—Spot less, charmin 
oak. S . | SIGREST cash offer on Ir eeriaes yg a ae GRA oom. Drive. left to Marlyn, left to | §-room brick . 
DISTRICT r | peciais a it Diet vadiey a Ox “ee yale | THOMAS L. PHILLIPS | . basement 
; 3420 Conn. Ave. . 6-7900 . 
( »M ES PAID TO OWNERS ert to, Wild t | 
relegt wee i. prompt service call om OPEN TODAY 19117. Pollow " 98 othe : | fy 5 “pOcuEY a ot to 504. Rockvilie e ers 
CO g , appraisal RR ALTY 8525 Thornden lerr. Open 1 to Dark, Daily & Sund MASS: AVE. AREA | "Uwin-sine bedrooms. sep. din. tm» nahin 
f fs personified ly & Sunday | kit. with tab . davlight| ‘**t to 50s 
per or nspec ton 


i luxury t 
, | lity galore. incorporating the mates sonnet ntl § " +H 
lt will be worth your while | 7 tna workmanship displayed WOODMOOR AGY., Inc.| Just complete center-hall spl fixe: 22 bat ns. 2 ie. porehes: WOOD | poomtignrtite, 
| : en w! 2 ic parochial schools an shopping 41158 Ges SERVICE Be 
| 


to see these homes today! | 


in today’s market. Engineered an ine rm. : 

precision built for graceful vine | JU. 9-3555—Realtors v large lovely (| center $19,900: 4'.% GI fin .nc- 15111 COLESVILLE RD 
he fines ing availabie. JU _ 8-93 i le 

ull 


Down payments and prices re- | | with absolutiy one of | 
arom ,owners: ba olan imaginable Decora: ed a | . Of roughed in OPEN SAT. AND SUNDAY 
T O D AY duced tor your advantage! service om. Realtors ~-' , oe of Ame BETHESDA —sw basement an ; mas By eT: spacious 7 
; Beautiful ‘ : ith man bath brick Cape Cod 
’ 4 hu =} 
m 


DO <i 34000. huge 30-ft. living BY OWNER—S$ ] 2,250 | dos | trees s. 3.500. Dir Out | OPEN, 12 TO DARK DAILY 
ENTERT 2 $300 IWIN Post Tn irr : fireplace at nd large. picture win- Near NIH and Naval Med vA! Sangamore yy to Sait —- , : ! 5 ~67 
AINING OU Our Home | gow, overlooking, sorgce somes | § ing area 'sewte'ace’| Landon School Area | Malpine Village OPEN | to 6 


American Univ. Park | Clo sect vely homes WEP oo ole a eS 
6960 WINDHAM PLACE “ernest Rock Creek Park 1603 Kearny St. NE, | WE PAY tna =. plus 3 coms. 2 th a he oo 6emreenenes.| Rockville, Md. | SPRINGFIELD AREA 
@ city. Quick action, | ¢lub room it a 3 bedrms.. de He baths, split 5907 OSCEOLA RD. 


NW 
One block from Spring Valley 1975. ‘Upshur “St. NW — 
shopping and transp.; subdstantial| * | $500 DOWN—YVacan ompletely no commission charged DORFMAN! bar, , “led BETHESDA ves, actively Anished rec. tm ‘EM ’ 
redecorated Choice ves Na y room teed = for BRADLEY HILLS level, attrac ively modern kitch- : E PRESS’ 
‘ Spacious well-planned brick rame 
5- iV 


white-prick with sil the extras OPEN bef os ai = mee oS 2. c , 
and charm of the master bulider;| *s. NG LY ‘ ed ape cre : “* N 2- or 3-bedm. home sale 505 VERNON PLACE en h bright picture-windowed 
a : rch bedr G. Co om Wisconsin ave ner. Charm yf ; er With 25-ft. liv. rm.. sep 
ming Colonial: eee , 
b SPLIT LEVEL ¥ | 


r nearby 


large entrance foyer. den and jay ‘a uv. £ bel -P : ‘ "3 m good SE. o . G. ; R 
i; living rm. porch opens; Sn. rm. lids 13x1 on} t er oe loc.: heave substantial cash. Mrs Bdout 2). miles, ! ~ , » large lot in 
rden. gracious! : screened Re h - Mt | foors, pl on. weep ba Cc $ ~ o7 eft on Howell 2 rec. rm an ‘ RM =~ | th “pest. stial 15 990 i, la r 
roportioned family 4! * ie 4 set giette # zor arage, eas h- reain. M NM “to Thornden Terrace to vA appiled eon $21.950. Dir: Wis | PL te ¢ a $ , Ss; bemt 35-1t. ree 
drms., ath gy ster and bath. 2 R| Ses sign | ave. left on Bradley condition iy 28-980: fi 4 bath: raat 
j I ; / % ; 9 7 | to Br diey . 3-bedrm Out M mid od : ecti setional 


1 
irs to -. Call yy od 3856 | 
Franklin St. NE. ac oe ae o RGES. ce bess ir SHER Version pi. ieft to $608. ot ivaaxs.| ine, Bir’ Wy, ave to, Rep 3 pedrm._ bosses. ass : 
Exclusive with BU hace 


ulll-in gar.: nice lawn and fenced | c N — Vacant — 6- pls 


pres “4. oy rc _ Sat. and 
or. Denese Bua'2- 4408, 3 bedr y Ss aicyeerold 6-room rambler 
ae ht on 47th and| a, at | 4U 14.2. living rm. with Cathe- 
Mass. ave ad turn 2 OO j Stone, Realtor. ¥6 : mon ; : 
3404 17th St. NE. SALE SU 6 MD. ale of? rkland Dr righ! occup. Priced ¢ im, Mig-2 Andris Andris Realty, Inc., OL. >. 9070 ton now open for immed. ARE RIPE! 
3339 . 
AMERICAN U_ PK. AREA RAMBLER sont Den screened mn. Pull dry a, RT $96 a month buys for| brick heme with ALL HESDA REALTY CO.. OL 4-1415 | (TULIP HILLS AREA) 
' bath in ah Mer 2-ca!l : , ' tation and shoppin shade trees. Jay Supper. PA. RAMBLER Bethesda. 4708 Edeefield—Owner 
in NE 2-141. house and 
settlement. Directions Me to 3533 . ig 2: | —s 
_s ves. . R. Realtor, JU 5-7100 
rE . AT DRASTICALLY REDUCED Garage, Rec. Room 
PRICE 
OoO6 | an : 
. 
' ' with finished pine panelled Chevy Chase—Lovely modernized 
hall pea. © gomigetsened yell bath on : 2-2. “Ploride’ = mR,  B. 
A country. — section. 3| Bsmt e. The i r 
da Out Wisconsin 
2 'y- —— 2 
ope | ‘| | Primrose Rd. GROUP SDA - . porch ft ust be_ sold. our appraisal figure of $23,500 tor ith f , er und: ' lL. of ' ings t 
8 the down NNON & LUCHS CO., KE. 7- nee pe rm d t=! on ist! directional iene edeaane eg 2 7828 a 
ard i : 
. N s . A =e o 
yerounds, transportation. Sé<.- | BRICK SPLIT LEVEL VACANT—$995 WwN . home on a park-like Huge | REA CH: Out Oo a 
see be a nies will yp eens outdoor living rbecue ecreened pera. S and os on Johnson ave. to our ite - 4 ook. 3) Redauuan Ave. te pe ais of ok chasiaen nine 
186.500. with 


yard; priced for quick sale to ep- eRe” now one 
H B EN 8 re L q x7 only $88 8.26 mo. pays bedrens a a ats. boot or Rive IS to W - kitcher ige Vpostmahouse 4222 wi sconsin | “hye 
DECORATING trections ur st. Paul P modern bath. basement. gas : ‘ = ore ra rec. rm, right | a} eM gant 
2. ; — ; por. | : luxe kitchen: screened, pore by sien ‘ - Gra! ceilin ist and ond 
jeft on WIND 8 re — a) 5. ie au estate grounds sections sold out. next sec THES HOU: 
ig Family Special! $500 DOWN—4-bedroom det ifs MARYLAND —_——_ 
5007 KEOKUK ST. NW. Chev: . center-hall| Colonial, excellent condition. very MARYLAND aR Late aval How . That's a trade ex ; 
bas ls LARGE on Alte Vista rd. to 5013. BE-| MASS . AVE. “THE FARL” dicate when a house is reall "reads 
moders kitchen “with break- ng - 799 DOWN, $96 old 2-story home i ; Tt | te 7 ow, 
se ridge: near transpor- + {0 acres maar IAN HEAD:| 42. m he . Parra , | 
Priced below any comeere . ome | t } c ‘ Pric has reh a 
WESTGATE Mo n with | ov en f Pe nn 227 / \SCOS "PI. NE. 308 win $24.400 lst trust palonan Ga d 4 3 Bedrooms, 2) 2 Baths $15,750 noe pu rom peed promot Rowse an 
pettemen®. rel ens: RH, iy Cc interest. CH TER r ener’ Ss ouse Opening weekend. geerm. and 5 paneled fen and bath 
rn on Park ave. Jett) 2985 0 oo: i ao. in” ¢. A pares. rand bedrm., Se he beth 
cant Merrytield a Woods. anne | sona price n 3-bed Er. rambler with ; —bal, x- 
eves. WO. 6-7075 $00 OPEN TL TO-6 | monthly gevmonte, So0.5e. Hear id ctu ow. RSet oe view: 1 and large OPEN 2 TO > FIREPLACES usual bey wi : Edgefield. left to 4708 
EM. 3-1 ; | 123 iBth Riverm Ji rep! 6 firepiace., f ds: 
OROZCO & BALLIF rT2 is 3 33rd Place SE. 3123 18th St. NE. Corpo at value ch. 1% baths. fireplace. 
3-bedrm. contemporar Vacant, Modern 6-room brick home Buller ark as ine (836,280 r Sn. Basern 5 088 a a a earoen! ee eR Bd ” LY $23 500 € Sit on ft ly se in the village section 
BRIARCLIFF | liv. rm. » din oor. 2 omplete modern bat = ) | : shopp! . once you ses 
S, top condit on. Big back yard. | c@dar cabi- ‘ n Churches nearby. A terrilic dr . den and bedrm 
422 Ha a » Pl NW. eed Near, TSX tm tal. it Co h acious breakfast o New contempes ~~ t- value! 1st. pis eee 
ow ome 3 3 oa with | ! 130 is ituate , 8 * 
SUNDAY 2 PS M UDD RE ai, 750 DOWN c 300" Settee ‘rm "ana. fi spolnes uced r +; fee clude Ate. to. Pood Pair. of 
JU. 5-761) . sgucee opp 
2-ca yoge ane and ‘cool, eee ~ ®, "price “trem $25.9 tra ; m Conqrepctonas Air Force. 
mn $2000 ° r 
NEW STONE AND — 5745 9th St. NW. —— cl ; A . -r | 015 JOHNSON AVE. | 3 . ~ , Ray Ave. léft to furnished mod- 
c . You i —gik 5 Huse | TO id Georgetown | doors tl modern : ve ag J A Hain: ne Re Pas brick Colon gfe rhe > ae 
ral ave. right 19 Hawthorne | | Overlookirg Rock Crk Pk. wh t os home. _. with ren im @ grand en- a peied clubroom bedrms Onis | 2 PEN bed . 2 colored tile baths mode! home good cl : Te with 
taht ¢ N ronment for less than” apar low ‘ton “ WESLEY BUCHANAN, iNC.| on od level ace for 10” ee wi 


at. our O 8 te: , ced yard. . n wan. , reati 
SUSIE V Vv. WATWOOD Open vt 5 y ti Dark id pia joaern kitchen, HWE: , N To rid, wus Co. Call" SHAN. executive so AGENTS : O W d ] 4 p M Rockmont Construction : rch ~ , ' Dif icreened 
NA. 8-8375__s_s Eves. WO. 6-442) | irenes Tover. living rm with stone ii dry t. gas © le ° | pon ed., 0 , Open from ¢ lsconsin mo “ ‘9 
. fit : span. con- | BROOKDALE orp. *russey Pkwy, left to 4614. "ves ‘d 
| | MODEL HOME ROCKVILLE. MD. GA. 4-9870/ OL. 4-6745 


fir - ome is olonial Cc (oo Tae 
CHEVY CHASE, D. C. | iit sean ticees, Wra si a oi Sul ne, heh ata | Peters te aly 
tories. pane en rms 
Leastine st) Boy from owa-| patio, S-cat garage: - alt-eondi- ristlon and ‘shopp ey | it schools | 4624 RIVER ROAD 6707 Goldsboro Rd. EM. 2.2216 
er and save. Brick colonial. Cen-| tioned: paneied clubroom with bar 2 Hamilton NW. roe, 2 be - : 
ter entrance v. om. fam-| and fireplace, DIRS’ TIONS: Ont pina po N—Your choice of row ch oa! floor. Finished 3 OPEN l to 6 t t M MERRYFIELD & WOODS 
ily size din mB or break fasi eo Brad Wd tag. traffic ‘ite uchrs | Brick semidetached i! ph ap AP overlooks spa tended to Goldsboro rd. bes NEVER Vee ky en 
s ‘ try Drick h . / e A pe fectiy charming brick home| 2 ' | ’ 
sas” 2 bathe, deep ‘enced ™t Mg oe it tires stedows Teing| gible Comers Te snd OPEN a tae priviiegs of ot-| open | “Til Dark 


ard 
ri on Grubb . to “OPEN a ‘ rennia! peciyded 7 tt m 
: Bias nN" a ous 16t ch | Eatnie = , ~ oy i. : Bneli ah bene ood. cota slaree oi" § a | large tep- cous aven Ha we ha } W “ 
yr Eg r “oP N M ag righs: cane ba oni gas shes am “ie oe V toh ist Noor “bedi com ¢ of vga Por or ae 08 M.. ME, SLT fering fometous " gine -K. estmoreland Hills 
Financing; J & Sennett Co. nap shave Bethesds, Close in, $18, 55 BIG FAMILY HOUSE . ae B bedrooms an ad Beth | FREDERICK W. BERENS supose ¢ ee $304 Elliott Road, and others 
le 4 - (es. Sa | Directions: Out Western ave. right) SALES INC NA. 8.5000 mh Various stages of construc 
““GHEVY CHASE DC | Aa n| de ag ce eae eaten rick A very mgsmine’ and spacious; o t os Road. left at) , gracious living room @ | : 
Dane Going Overseas | ‘Benn. nee R'| Fm. lev, an ser. - gg 2 a OAKHURST ibrar 4 complete bath “group of homes Po 
g .| bor enter- nw BILLINGSLEY REALTY CO. ely. finished basement w critieal inspection They y ate 
2-car garage ) te 


MUST SELL tS deep uxt . a , ; rt walk all schoo yeh awe ~& - ted is “ 5211 Wisc. Ave. BM. 2-2326 New Subdivision encied regerenen, room 
i * . 7 nes 
ney. ove. i Sa" 45th A “Con h dish + ch- BURNT MILLS-—$19,950 BURTONSVILLE, MD. Excelient ‘Bnancing. Ovnes VE Ba Pie et de fine 


accept tra 


ond. Mr. M , 
THIS WEEK RE. 7-7170, LU. 1-3168. 3 . . 500. w ish w r . 
M DOW WN — UL . Cape ¢c to ‘ . ce me Logue Brand-new, 3-bedroom. 2-beth, all- 22 brick pomnppees: 4 now. , acio A 
r ever “— k rambler, located i, = ba 2, Bp OPEN WED. 3 TO 6 and ‘abundant’ m. 


NHAR BUREAU OF STANDARDS heme. An a> pg ooh aaee. ° 
OPEN TODAY, 3-7 M ’ -| ine ; : , 
yegrs now. 4 baths.| 9250 DOWN. GI OR NON-ot sian soun, maak pete znd fl. : able space in large Kitchen. ful 9344 HARVEY ROAD Directions: Out oa AYe eat, 18 
rep dishwasher, yg te 431 room, { nly kitchen. : ' CHEVY eae ment, roms twin sizes: SAINT BRANCH FA S WOODSIDE PARK to Nott "RA. at on Jomestows te 
om. ceeanet arage. det 855 Bata "st BE tiled” bath. Frou - m sheets ving room, dining room. | Sisco available 36 additional new NER cut Colesville rato Dale dr” lef xfs ive with 
i ut "fan rooms ae. BY OW = biechs to Marves. right to jose Burr N J npn Jr. & Co, 


scree Ry garage. x3 
ck. sites DAYLIG the most ny , af} Bun Mal blers f 
All-brick, only 3 yrs. old. 877 Ber! Anchor-fen ca eo : eh wit ms u Of finan ls ing. OPEN Tot e 1'T° ust sell qherming 3-bedrm., 2- tors 
. ; h rambler ont of street and open sig 
REDUCED TO $31,500 mo incl taxes and insurance. r “D "3 bed 2 goress Re “ Colesvi | Bat Wisconsin Ave NW. 
r bs 82 Ma ietta . ing fireplace. 36.950. Le to Durst Mills Hulls. right port + poodea |) rves ie poee! ‘CO. 5-6010 _ “eat Bvee.. OL. 4-600 


ull bs 
65000 cash will handle or make offer. RE. 77-7170. LU. 1-3168. . 3-4527| $995 DOWN —\8- i" bsmt by 22-2326. eves..| Burnt Mills ave. to tewood. con 
GEORGETOWN CEMA REAL co acemient concrete front re $09. *RORZENDORFER, OL. «-811i| EM = sar-| SPER SiGe weet + MH Bek Ye) cetir e aidlana nate, IF YOU ARE “FISHING” 
3137 N ST. Hin rm. fireplace. “full “bemt:| {ensea tg i eae ear es! 2° Be ! ape Cod with 2 et. this te titanat fe weapttnes >A etde de aes Ay ho Pa eileen 
ms, ¢ floor H Co gar + Ju 5.9420. a +e 30 9. i Ro 3B te oe, 606.: ‘ SEE A ROBIN HOME FIRST 


OPEN 2 TO & | fenced, patio. Owner. LU 2-0410., "°°" u : ne 
318 18th St. NE. $12,950. rooms sage ey “vet Bee ase ULE BOG ist HOUSES FULLY COMPLETED 


st of Vitssenele Bri f C 


=o Seeoge: 5 ates bee OLORED S-tamily brick home—3 separate | Olet: | Bt isi] CHEVY CHASE, MD. : 
he "| 4451 TEXAS AVE. SE. | sauinens, Choice loca “4 bed 00" | & MOVE IN TODAY IN VROBINDALE 


fon ‘gltbom9 Mrs. CHA on | 62 $1 1.300 a . $68 MO ping. Concrete front. pore ay The desirable —_ c = | AY en a 
"CHATEL, DE. 2-113 37 for oo, stare Cal HARRIS | home ‘snd Income” © f. od yamapulate a OPEN 1 TO 5 | eS center age oe * UNUSUAL "BA% CONVENTIONAL "FINANCING 
£ FREDERICK W. BEREN Th ng a ee ea ; ick ave Out P 
9 ie baths lee ie ees a re ceotatee ha] Aregive tuck home, oun se-| Be gos on rane Wn DON’T DELAY—SEE THESE 
NEAR BOLLING FIELD |  Qi0EEDT OPENS FOE | ri _ Drive out to} tres. school ath; rec. 8 ‘| Study with frepi, built-in “serage. | ioe SPRING—Rosema : HOUSES NOW! 
$86 MO. Peseched: Soh cond wy 3 . a, pahade ese. =“ S| Bs Hi oe Gut Con eh Sr"isanle te On : FULL. BATH, 

Busts for tenie lucky yeisrant Call] READMOND REA ESTATE HO. 2-1257 : i BILLINGSLEY REALTY co is ji" BASEMED Sek COREE Bene 
room, : ir; distance 4 5211 Wis. Ave. a 

30- ‘alk a | LOAN TO APPROVED VETS 


en ES IK wo od COLORED —WOODRIDGE furnish transportation. ye | A - KENWOOD os ) 
LES, INC. NA. 8- a gt t 
homes. | | window kit. 2 ;| OPEN SUNDAY, 12 TO 6 P.M. ROBINDALE IS CONVENIENT TO EVERYTHING: 


EAST IS EAST &.. to Wheaton intersection 
> a te ci Ein Skye |Sindler Realty Co. : Lata gy as co Bea Bay joi, ttenvien fare Nan aan, “Soho 


“THE Hagen OF } . 2853. ec. plons te macel oes 
MES” someaee. : | OPEN TODAY AND EVERYDAY FROM 
| 10 AM. TILL DARK 


NUMBER ONE Saat A io ~ {ROBIN CONSTRUCT! 


ON CO. 
WH. 6-9865 PO, 2-4794 


iil take ba s. acre equity 


what 


VER 
KNOLLS- 
— 


for 


Excell. 3 bedrm. brick 
$16.900. ped 
, ore dining 


Johns Pa- 
‘ A PO- 


5-5052 if no ans. 


LIG iO~ re LEN HAVEN AREA 
ERIC *K BEAUTY’ —$15,950 
3 Bedrms.—Den—Trees 


ch 
_12. 


rs 
Ww BERENS 
JU. 7-7700 
ore. — Lovely 


’ 


iT i ane . 


BEERS BRO8s 
Ve 


garage, 
$23.950 


TAKow: . as pefrooms. 


close to-all schools 


1900 BAINUM REAL | 


ca 
SBIATE A 
TAKostA PARK—32- bedrm 
M. as 


modern 
Near 


oe 7 
: 


v =. 
praee, school 1 
- 4-6400, | 

50 ave. | 

TORS. MILL ViLtAGE Complet ely 

ee rm bun 23 


rec 


‘oiling 
ot ‘approved 
ow 


cow _ $85 a) 


7. 
Re AL TY coRP 
HE 

LARGE 3 ‘BEDROOM 


New Rambler 
$14.950—$1000 DOWN 
04463 MONTH 

$96 MO 
TAXES AND INSUR-/ 
fu home built of 


$) 
00 DO" V/N 


LUDING 
Ce Bea 


“A PIUMPHRIES 
7 Macs. Ave.. Realtors. 
WHEATON Conn Ave. 


has 2 fin. 


Estates. | 


rms. “hn knotty 
gs jot; many. 
fis ae , Onis | 

h (“a2 y vi; ’ 
A yes L o M5201 


irba 
wich STON Mi es bedrms.. 2 
ck 


Office open 9 to 9 Re-| — 


. in 
Wank = t- 


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at ace 
WOOD “RCRES 
homes: 6 end 
s up ee der rm 
ec r secrTreene 
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| ws —— HOUSES 67MD. 


ig A 
-| 810,500. SILVER 


813.500, 
brick colonial 
rior: din. rm 


b 
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ns, Taree, RETIRED Cours could | 
e 


| &* joan 


NA. 8-5020 | $i 


- 


sone dinins n— 
Pour eat 
Contemporary 


PICTURESQUE RAMBLER 


inet pele ps 4 ‘strikingly. Sn te 
PEA 


nd 
80 many py 
A 0 


see it! JU 
A * ¢q) 
ground, (2) 5 bedroo 


‘3) air- osnéitiontas. 
dows, (5) 


art 

huge daviieh 

(6) screen 

luxe kitchen 
er an nd 


; t out 
lovely Garrett °Park where rou 
walk 
fennis court. 
leavine this ° 
and will socrteee o $3 
LO. 5+4 vytim 
RUGGIN a HARRISON. 
REALTO 10615 © 
SILVER 

with 


bie 
Ave 


DO gg 
pose level in- 
twin bedrms.: 
with outside entr: the le- 


- 
smt 
the price is WAY 


ation is tops 
RELOW 
achools. bus an 
| Bing cente HA 
164, JU $-0775 COA & 
aut. brick. 
home 2 ige. 


pian. carport; 


r ha 
uh many shade. ees: 


$n 


$1000 ON. $93 MO. 
-bedrm,. brick rambler: 
; 813.500. Subu arvee 
5-3688; eves. LO. 


Close-in » Silver 
expansion attic 
~ Poughed in. Built- 
v an Hifi - 
dryer. att 
from sanecle. 
37. 


this immact-| 


features sbound in ! 
Unusual recre- | 


late brick rambler 
ation rm.. ¢ screen porch. | 
large dining area twin-sized 
bedrms. and a spacious corner | 
almost 8000 sauare feet 

or use GI Bill 


can’t wait for you GI's for non-| 
vets, also) see this larae ali-| 
Col onial situated on a bh 


kitchen with breakfast bar, SOD- | 
dining rm. end full base-/| 
This are. Ny in immaculate | 


‘Sud 
KNOLLS 


5 
acres, 


b 
we bath; 

cony.. close-in location, 
to. pe. to. HART. JU. 58-0775, 


“NEAR SLIGO PARK — 


And «olf course. This deliehtful 3- 
be rambier has iaree 
fireplace. separate 
walk-in base- 


ERMAN 
A 3-5883 


mn. rm. 1*s baths 

: lovely lot. $18 
GEORGE W._BAU 
JU. 9-5444 Eves 


“| Prince Georges County 


P 

Wood Ac res Constr. Corp. 

Om 4-32 _OL._2-7338 
7 OODMOOR 


neely section of Sliver. Sprina 
7a k Fe " to pa 
sraer 
patre ¢ 


HOL ME AD & BAIR Realtors 
. 9-6200 _ 
WOODSIDE 
RAMBLER 
kK and spans of the 
; jal Spaciot livin 
: separate dining room. den. 
pedro ms baths. all-electric 
break! fast space. side| 
D nished rec 
place “and. naw 2-car at- 
a4 nd 


nrner 
: : 


het 


eC, JU. 5-6010 | 


pecrt 
BEDROOM 


; 

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reuea 

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. 


SOS 


$22 
RROS 


MEMORIAL DAY 
$14,950 


_) . 


OrrcenNn 


rd 10020. 
=I NSINGTON ~§2300 do 
. in cae | and 


“GL FNM 
ow giil-prick, 


rE “101 i, 


~ 


ran LOA 
waTH EXTRAS AND Sohne, 


ned i t. covered 
fenced yard. 


MRS. HART. JU. 5- 
sRick & STONE EAMBLEE - ~ Wr, 


aE. A. ax - ; & DR, 
_™® baths, pogene ned porch. full 
bemt. and moc kit. Level jot 
Only $21 000. Ca: : : ao & Gerber 

E} 


a ey 000 
BI x whe GEORG TA AVE AND 
CA OLIC “ecHOOL, 
an 


Ce 3 BEDROOM RAMBLER 
attractive floor vdian. 
eenter-hall pian 


be at ota beat < 
RA HUMPHRI IE 
oh. | 


Aya 


i’ Sos. 


weet and oretty Cape Cod LS nee 


newse condition Lovely ¢o 
full bh ent Fine 8il ver "gpring, 
i jor £14,900 ‘ 
Re vty hy, ®. BAU SERMAY 
NEW. “SPLIT” LEVEL 
134 ACRES 
laree bedrooms. 3. 6full 
dows in Ving room and | 
oe look 
. ’ lot 


stream and future park 
oe COnSELOUS 
ne in 


tosprins® 6 
to Brookhaven ar.. 
Remington end our 


eien 

GRAHAM & CO., JU. 5-6010 
krw CENTER-HALL } RAMBLER—3 
din bo niry- size 


. 
ser vorch. earace. full » 
rouechbed-in rec. rm 


5H, KENSINGTON— 
1TY' Rambler wit . yox24- 
rm.. Heatolator ‘ye 


&- 

All brick “i this, “lovely 3- 
ramb! er: joca conve 
featurecs a ee screened | 
and fenced yard cisme your | 
‘ AHAM 


“DON T PASS — 


THIS ONE UP! 
$1000 UNDER PRICE 


Gt can buy this beautiful home 
ms 


vy sh % €O., JU. 5: 010. 


ixe ‘center-entrenes 


x tam! ler, wrge at &. 
ye apace 5 


“huge 

tren! . . — 

en t-water weet 

wall-to-wall ricky ‘foan living. 


oe Bag large 
su 


x 
Bio Y 
OI; cone 2-1 


bier” rags huge kit 


open ANDREWS “FIELD AREA—s250 dn: 


‘Moore 
| CARMODY 


‘piISTRICT HEIGHTS—Assum 


ADELPH! VILLAGE 


4 largte a - home sites to 
choose fro in this new subdivi- 
sion of hoanes that are an archi- 
tect’s dream of perfection. Brand- 
new rambiers with 3 iar 
, huge fiving room with fire- 
dream kitchen 


— Mompehire 


right on 

Adetpnt 7: 3 blocks to furnished 
model home Call JU. 

BANU REAL ESTATE. OPEN 


— out 
to 9400 bd 


o! mo. totel = 2- 
bedrm prick din. rm. eau rit 
full bemt; priced to sell st $11,996 950. 


poe os = pet ARTY 
is —BOLLING--SUITLAND| 
900 .- | 


Here is a clean 2 bedrm home| 
ith ull to 


expand 


4 ue 


ow hed 


AVONDALE 


2012 WOODREVE RD. 
Eepecially nice home off ‘ 
Living rm. with fire- 


dinin 
3 bed 


Neket fence. This 


ret ie 4 ab 50 


BRAND-NEW Ps ~ 
Brick. 3 bedrm 
upstairs Ser . 

ur ous colors ca M 
io 7 4333. COX co 
10 


s 
a As 5307 W éT. 
BRAD ae 


ae 
c 


ith 


and | 64 
aly, mv CRDALE _ 


Call praised ae 


Suitland. McAllister Realtor 
_8-5650. 


| eee HYATTSVILLE, MD.— 


GI—$250 Dn.—$56 Mo. 


PRICE. 
non-Gl 


ei se-VACUE 


es. 7 rooms, 
split level: $15.- 
peter ‘ an & 
DES oa over large 

oan: . bedroom brick ramr st 

1 bemt.. extras: LEN 


s, dDemt.. 
x 


—, acres ™m.. 
4 miles from is- 
ol] home has 
senoeer ted, A- 
. §-4299, 


ul’ beth 
trict yy 


orousayy oa 


3-bed mbler. 
ee J"aproy. ‘ol ® 
OWNe ued. 


upanct UN A Ssi7 os | 


' 
If you ore 


mapme of 
. Fs = 


Wess 3 believ 


it on 
all 
a wg * 


Water Pie 


a more do your) 


see this brick! 
ex oe sive community .| 
eve ) wee 8 can mwith the 
jane nece 
om Sreee. 


Lee 
dining 

t 06x Ne oe rm? Hot 
a por ne 
$13.7 Age VA. 


ro “WA with ay eash 
Drive. Just berond 


TEMPLE HILLS—Owner says sell 
rm. brick | 


to outside; 
, or conventiona) 
this and many other houses 
area. RE. 5-9100 am See & | 
N FE 7982. 


Cod: ames 
screened vec 
$13.500-—GI 

Racltors. 


Cape 

bemt.;: 
fenced iot. 
eter i; hagan & son, 


ie 


WEST HYATTSVILLE 


value 


A\so 
conventional and ‘PHA fimanc- 


ing 


RIVERDALE PARK 


' 
| 
' 


incl. taxes 


and eusanes. 


The Perry Boswell Co. 


WA. 17-4500 REALTORS. 


SIDE. ] S 7TH AV 
—_e fu an y everything: 
u 


t 
daylicht bent 
SABES & CO.. 


Cal) “ure Ras} 
=F and bath on pore. » than 2 2 
aX — 


JO 
mi on = 


$1500 
ADERHOLDT "REALTY. CO. 
LO. 7-8515. 


Se 


all aries. 


. 2 tile baths. 
= gin m., 
1 level 
“teal ‘bas at $15,850. Terme 


Plt a 
| GEORGES PROPERTIES 


se 

ping me trans 

4 .750 conventiona 
PRINCE | gFORES Teh ALTY co 


HARRY 


. BOSWEL Loo. 


civilian Here 

story Colonial home. 

situated on quiet street. 

lovely park. FINCHAM & 
$383. 


VETERANS, ATTENTION 
Price #10.250 

and low paymen “of 
taxes and ins 


Owner transferred 


RIVERDALE PARK 
Belling below GI appraisal. at 
$11,500. “2- 


rt a 
and trans 
Must be seen 


The Perry Boswell Co. 


WA. 7-4500 REALTORS. 


—Down payment $900 
Monthiy payments i¢ss6 
than rent. Ideal heme for family 
with low income an 
l-bedrm. and bath 


er hot 
CHAM 


rick rambler 
uitiand Pkwy. 
23-f% liv rm 
rs. old: GI) 


Goactese 3-bedrm 
A short distance ‘ott 
and Andrews Field. 
=— Rireplace; wer 3 
ov Pri 16.9 
yo a on conventional sa 


<a 

storage rm. ll ig ork doll house. 

ewly decorated. nr. school, « 

VA h apereised A real bargain! 
FS ae d, RE. co 

JO 8-663 


8 
5-! 
nce.. JO. &- 5637, 


Veteran with an R ADBORY 


nr.| = 
* Only | $62 


vy 
immediate Occ 
L BRIC 
TOTAL PRICE $15,150 
will option to ‘buy 


td 

aS rm. 
ae Soe ig BP 
outside entrance. 

ati HOME OPEN 
Daily and Sun., 10 A. M. ‘Til 

Dark 
30-Year No Down Payment 
GI LOANS 
Low Down Payment 


Peace Cross 
(Annapolis ALEX. 


besr righ 
eater. 


Arthur August & Co. 
BUILD! 


Ae 


i 
' 


EN TODAY, hod 
29 GA YLORD 


i—$765 ‘BN. "$89 MO. 
bed 


Incl. taxes; 
berhit.. re 
carpeting. 
er. dryer: 
is lov 


lil 


wash. 
ae p tn 517. en ave. 
ALEX. 
joc... 
men 


: s, bath: 
. os a ‘street "5H Vo A, - 
Gallagher 5837 3-3770 & | 


rm. 
| roomy. deluxe ot $13.9 950 
'OHN H. HUG 


bat 
70x125 ft 


ent, bedr 
| Ww ed 
Aya) 


& son. 


fu n ¢ ayiie nt 


peaal pe 


0445. 
DET. BRICK—-$750 DN. 


6906 18TH AVE. 
RIGOS . WR. Pa bine h 
rare opportunity urchase 
6-year-old det 5 with | 
own payment. 6 rms 
gas heat. fenced-in ot 


LOUIS BRESSLER 


SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. 


VIRGINIA 


Mt. Vernon Bivd. 1 level. 3- 
brick rambier on ‘“-acre 
lot. GI or conv. financ.; 
le immed. 5-6682. 


ALEXANDRIA 
25. 


Waite prick Colonia! : 
2' aths: bed 


r, churches 


R in 
OWNER. 
tes. 


"tor 
CITY 
0 Crestwood. _Dr 
eT be Hills— By ownet, 


ideal 


mach. ci 
_ TE. 6-2617 
rambler in swubr. 
Low dn. pay- 
Gi. Full price 
+ REAL- 


—}3-be dr 
with full bamt. 
or non 


50 


4 Bedrms., 

518 CARMODY a ' ae DR 
CARMODY HILLS— are very! 
a. +) other = lovey. fenced 


pro Gla 
Joe ney "eal! Mr Teresik y hii 
nC \- $837 
ove rig t in 
bedrm, | brk. rambler: 


fogs. omy Gn, pay vat Be this home | 
today. Call Mr! Hope. TA 2-4762 


SOX & CO. INC.. JO. 8-5837 
DO IT NOW! 
VISIT 
MOVE ONCE MORE! 


brick colonial home 


diti 
ASs 


9-4 


ne un 
15.950 


ell arange .or your 


LOHR 
SPLENDID BUY! 


Move!’ Here's a modern kitchen for 


visit. 


20 


£; ce? Ir’ 

~y rs 
home toda 
HOMES 
ROBERT €E. LOHR 


E. 4-4000 ‘til 9 6-3600 
36th Year of g AX RY Service 


me ew; PAYS ALL POR nok 
e 


n’ 
nspect | 
fine 


* DICKEY’ S 


Offer se Best Values Today' 
HILLS “ bed 


$1 


ae 

loan. M 

* once. win ‘eke back 2d; 8450) 
AP. 77-8080. 


pol BER 


Neat As A Shiny Penny! 
ES—Wooded cor. Cape 

». under £10,000. 

scr. peh. GI $200 

4% loan 


Will take back bal. if good secu- 
rity. AP. 7-8080 


DAY 


Days of Hunt 
HOLLYWOOD 
¢ oa 


Beat This! | 
$450 dn 
ho! a 


ing Won't 
— 

2 sparen 
tiled ‘bat 
‘ : equipt 
a tomerrow! 


ALUTE 


HTS.—5-rm. Ri. 
41000" os 


lge 
bitte seeve 


sch 


OGERS 
ranchette, 
197 


al 
find 


I 
complete details at our 
Come out today to see 
these and others 
P. 7-8080 


J. Victor Dickey | 


5200 42d Ave.. .. Hyattsville Md. | 
ERE It ) 


1s—Clean aries bungalow | 
$11,000 top ocation nr 
FY twin size ‘bedrms . 
. bright. equipt. kit.; alum 
| storm windows and other 
lige. level. 


bat 


7. 


4 Redims.. 8 ONS aths Brick 


sizabd) bedrms 
breezeway to attached gar 
house is in new cond. iacal? 

in excel. nei 
med. possession, must ceil. GI 

yy ‘conventional. terms. 


Se Moore, Realtors 
6-8060 
—_—_ 
caIO re $56 Mo. 


DANDY BUNGALOW 
Nice. modern home: eas a.-c. heat 
nice eauip.. ie. B., 8 it 


i NC 
sonar. ae ir Has c 20 4-tTaS 


Se! od Chetenham 
tion. a Gort 


| File Hills, $9, ish-C Open 


| Vacant—Move Right In 
Cute white bungie. modern Sie 


uare tu amt., e. 
a s te 125’ jot. beauiiful ‘trees. 


ae 


co... 
. J-bedrm 


© lee. 

GI trust on this immac Siete 3- 

podem. — pin rambler, firepl 
in. rm. de lux 


liv. 
bath and 4 full gos storm yacews 
and fenced rear yard. 
°° see this and other houses ~ 
E. 87088 & 


bedrm 
:.. liv. rm. with fire- 
a di h. full bsmt., 
ge. ‘ted lot... $16, 950. RE. 6-7732 


Hillcrest Heights _ 
5822 24TH AVE. 


Newly fenoveted. semi-det. 
| gll-elec. kit: 
‘ , shops and transp. Sma) 
r 


pym conventional. 
To inspect, cal 
A. A. CAROZZA CO 


Hillcrest Heights 


2506 LYONS 
rn for family with ’ chi 
180-ft. lot with shaded 
a cosetalay fenced: 3 bed 
le t odern kit. full 
rm and bsmt.; or ick ser 
Sunday 


Moore & Moore, Realtors 
RE. 6-8060 


a ren 


cane are 


r e~ bedroom. = ++ BS win x. 


MARYLAN 


1 Che for Sn spection 


TODAY 


D “HOMES 


| Prince Georges County . 


| | H 
Open 10 A.M. Till Dark 
4 Bedrms., 2 full baths 
In this area - lovely pemes, A. 
home is outstanding. 
is sufficient to tell a that : fovins | 
el 
ulate interier and 


* 3567 79TH ST. 
RAMERS wees a 
Hillcrest Heights 


STONE AND BRICK RAMBLER 


2016 KEATING ST. 


OPEN 2 TO 6 

This new page is of Sue vain, tm con- 
tion, rege liv. 

Ny t bedims., baths, 

rec. se 

schools, Wrenep. 

A. CAROZZA CO. 


LU. ohio _ Eves. LU. 2.6428 _ 
LANGLEY PARK, MD. 
WALK TO LANSBURGH’S 
on rambler with 

Os St. wan trons 
ai? ‘iéth ave Re 


-bedrm. 
ull bDent., 
on large 


$14,950 ave —Fast 


school. 


OPEN TODAY 
1:30 ‘TIL DARK 


ly 1 ft; " i eodaned 19, = 

split leve aia at 
‘ ssion. Se 4 on 
c.’ ? miles oe ¥ 


Prince G County | 
WANT A PORT 
New - som nets bunealow wa] 

rch ace 
2 5 


basement 
: 2d bath roughed in. Oniy | 
, with 8. d 


view 


d 8 . or for addi- 
tional information phone LO. 7 


JIM BRITT 
_HWY. SE. 


OPEN DAILY 
COLLEGE HEIGHTS TERRACE 
Calverton Dr. & Colesville Red. 


2. 
New split-level brick homes, 
focation, oquatryction and 


2 


Santi Pele Goin 
The Pe erry oa 


well Co. 
WA. 71-4500. REALTORS. 
NEW BRICK RAMBLERS— | le- 
cation: on ¥ 5 
tile baths with 


rms.. ed 
qavere Rigi ates. b aqnoar d h.-wh. 
iv Bue - kit. with 


rm. 

natura! Prigidair 
day febt 

wside ox. 


0 


n 
mt. wi 


LEX. nr. 
Well-built 2*2-yr.-old brick on 


modest cost 
600 
top. 8O.. 
ALEX ANDRIA.-Buckne!l! Manor 


i 
really spac! me. 


SP TODAY 
SrIORLArEY ER sO 


“ lude 
ain 
REALTY. oA 2-47 


bed yoomes, 


3 bedrooms. den and large Anchor 
fenced : 

scaped, makes ideal family home 
Easy terms. 


Near 


rooms 
kit 


Comp!) ote air conditioned! 2 yrs 
oid, brick; bedr rm 


sae over large GI loan 
old today. 


| ART POST—RE 


6i7 8S Wash. Alex. 


spacious Colonial iarge 
in roem 


s 
Pamily 


Asbest shin 
Pairhaven. Full’ — 


Vernon— 
5 


AREA, Mt 


recr. rm. in day) ight bas e- | 


garage schools This 


tr mj 
idea fam! ly a... at | 
GI appraised at 


Bernice Carter 
_5-5844 


by 
2 full tile baths, 
rm. equip 
Immaculate con- 


. 3 bedrms.. 
rm., 


on Can 
ume 4% 


$3500 
24.450 SWE! irae ReALTY KI 


B77 or BO. 5-8 


~ ALEXANDRIA VICINITY 


“EXURBIA” 


Relax—Live—Enjoy 


misares of your time may make 
mce in your. family’s 
yu: happiness 


Waikinge distance 
Serviceman leaving 
GI appraisal of 
00. More ek. for the money 


a 
TO "IN: 
MR 


A BARRY” Org. 


wt, Fi. Ave.. 


large se- 
wooded lot Priced at a bar- 
too good to iw EDW "”~ARDS 


ALEX.-AREA SPECIALS yee. 
1,950 RAMBLER 
us laree Anchor 

luxe ove. 
er and. y 


1% BATHS 


vard eautifully land 


BASEMENT 


in this fine 3-bed- 
rembier in convenient 


city jeocation Sasy 


ASSOCIATED B BROKERS | 


AL EXANDRIA- 
0 vw 


6250 gore or pee 


¢. | JA 


ae 
$10,750 


St Mary's and n 
prien town house, 
din. rm 


a pemat.. 
me your 
$i) 


POST 


2 > 


ari 


‘ Jot. 


00] 


fenced 
terms! 
0 


oo 
to anyone! Brick, 
edrms me rm 

Block to 


near shopping center 
$1000 DO 


7? 
full bem 
went 


ALTOR. 


hs *Aini shed ma. rm., 


owner leav) 


ALEXANDRIA AREA 
4 BEDROOM 


$11,750—$250 
EVERYTHING 


SBEUCHERT co. 


FE ois a OV. 3-5988 
SS ceers 


OPEN 1 TO 5 


BRADDOCK HEIGHTS 
4 BEDROOMS 


rivacy. convenience and 
uxury are combined in this 
lv~- 
fireplace 
rm. 


with 
size § 6dining 
screened porch; rec. @mn 
ear erage. excellent 


buv 
at $24 
OM Eas meron Mills Rd 
opposite firehouse. 
Summit ave. to Oskerest 
drive and 1609 Oakcrest. 


3 BEDRM. COLONIAL 


GI—$22,800 


This fine family home with 
fenced yard and rec. room; 
spacious kit.. separate din- 
ine room; 

2 other 

large | TWIN SIZE 

FR Cameron Mills Rd 
on 


apposite firehouse turr 
Summit ave. 506 
trai ave 


BEVERLEY HILLS 
$20,950 


Attractive Ca Cod on 
vel en-bedrooin 
b on first floor: 
svostoue “ri kitchen: 

+ oe sement; 


aad. teens 
: oe oon “Mitts rd. 
turn to scent drive. 


Hicks Realty Co. 


REALTORS, KI. 9-1600 


~ ALEXANDRIA AREA 
BRADDOCK ACRES 


nearing 


new brick ramblers 


completion 
tion. 


Custom 
ground level. 
tile bath, | 


WN 


wn payment 


gle 


2 
pride $10,930. 


SE BEACON MANOR 


Oss. | 
1398 | tools to 60, 


ef 


Kit.; | 


Lee | 


No. | 


n 


KI. 8-6220 


rp 

kitchen, | 
ull price $17,700, 
500. KI 
bungalow in 
outside en- 


tional 


l-elec. 
pment 
including paneled club rm. 
Garage,, too. ps or non- 
vet. erms 


Bob Duncan Real Estate 
322 6. Wash. st. Alex. Ki. 8-8015 


AND OVELY AR- 
) _ ONLY $23.750. GI! | MOD- 
be ATE HLY PAYME . 


Nicely stvied, SOOM. at ‘Sat 


yA ’ 
ACE 


san ae T o.. 


a 


| OY 
ALEX. —Mit, Vernon Bivd. New 3 
bath brick vassblere. 


A-6220. Art Post-Real tor. 817) 


Wash. 8t.. Ale 


ALEX.. VIC. 


brick home with full 
finished rec, rm. with bar, 
lot, te wy eo 


2-bed 
bemt 
fenced 


' 
; 


one best 

GI approved at $10 950 with “se 

down poymet mts including all, ap- 
ox ; 


‘Manmnas Rity., JE. 2-3110 


ALEXANDRIA 


| Keep Cool 


Buy this 4-bed 4-yr.-old brick 
pe Cod near "Riessed Sacrament 

Church and Hve in Chrysier air 

conditioned trome comfort 

rm. with fireplace and mirror 

Separate dining 


j 


300. GI with 


158% do 

The M.H BARRY Org. 

2 Vernon Ave... Alex 
ord 

Reliable Office 
BO. 5- 


Eves Brow 


a 
call Mrs. 


ALEXANDRIA AREA 


FOR VALUE YOU 
WON’T FORGET 


SEE BUCKNELL MANOR 
3-Bedrm. Cape Cod 
1% Baths and Den 
$275 DOWN—GI! 
$83 MONTH 


INTERIOR TO BE REPAINTED 
$13,750 


SEE HOLLIN HALL 


3-Bedroom Rambler |" 
$300 DOWN GI | 4 
$89 MONTH 


BRICK—LARGE LOT—GOOD 
CONDITION—$14.950 


SEE JEFFERSON MANOR 
$200 DOWN GI 
$65 MONTH 
Rec. Room—$9930 


2-BEDROOM DUPL 
FULL BSMT.. ALL BRICK 


CALL SO. 5-9104 


WEDNESDAY. AFTERNOONS 
AND EVES. 


ey I RP. 
es Hey. Alex, va 


ISTING REALTORS 


MONROE 
mee ee 


—————7[RNANDALE 
SALE or RENT 


Py a BRICK , ar 


| $130 
AY MILABLE IMMEDIATELY 
Miller Real Estate 
71-1203 JA. 5- 
ANNANDALE ASSOC 
| ALL KINDS O 
CL. 6-2800, JE 
ANNANDALE - 
ing insic 


level lot. ~~ 
and outdoor ist ng: 


o444 


' 


savin 
Gl appraise 


' 
| $14,600 -- 2-1513._ 


ANNANDALE—S 13,750 
d 


locati low payment 


Lynn Realty, JE. 2-9400 | 


LEBE—Owner. 
e brick “bargain | 
for s = Be 


HOME WITH “INCOME | 


built 1942 Second 
| ff) will make Bd yg 
5 Is 


“Screened Fn ag 


M myst BE SOLD 


NICHOLSON. JA. 71-9075 


ARLINGTON 


$1500 DOWN, 


BUYS THIS 2-BATH Ca 
situated in the heart of Ar ineton. 
close to all conveniences; 3 
bedrms.. dining rm.. equipped rit.. 
rear screened porch. basement and | 
Geveenes arnt. Lovelv erounes ' 
Pull pric Call for ap 


ARLINGTON REALTY. | 


2212 Wile mn Bird. . 
INGTON NORTH 


Air- Conditioned | 


Spotiess 3-year-old 3-bedrm 2-| 
bath brick. eher- aan rambler. 14) 
full Demt.;| 

Nr every- | 
. air-conditioner for) 
ear-around comfort. A REAL BUY 


CROWELL & CO., INC. 


2160 N. Glebe Rad.. Ari 5-0707 


ARL... PENTAGON 
house ‘with fireplace 


Vermont st., 
Dominion Dr n 
ARLINGTON—GI or conventional. | 
$1 3 bedrmis.: brick: full size 
liv. rm.with fireplace; 
il : outside entrance; en- 
eseeed back yard 3 blocks to Navy 
ex . me st 
Call owner. WA. 2-1665. No agents 


Pleas se 


“HOME SHOPPI RS 
ROUND 


WIDE OPEN 
3-bedrm. Cape Cod tha 
ane Eg t. a. 


CES 
Ai 


family din 
right kit avith table” spaee: “clean 
-w heat; bemt a real Suy at) 
13 500. 


BUNK HOUSE 


BETTER THAN 
Bolidiy bui home ee Oia wo 
e. 


swim min 
$11.500 with. Tow! 
ment 


low down pay- 
G! or no 


POR MEN ON} 
Separate workshop rec 
. well-veatiinted Mh 


y brick construction: oe 
e 


For “Yess 
satin 
“with tiled, floor 

Very rare! 


AL 
Cert in “No im: arian for 
$17, ; a n 


ae 
igutstandme value 


oye ue 
oF olan feat 
features hig 


Sato ue th > 


Pe 


hunters FEES, vita 


safe 
be tat 


rport. 
entrance 
gard 


eae 
other value 
ae 


ne ay ut 


a 


' 


Cie oii 


: ARLINGTON 
What’s It Worth? . 


Market Says $20,000 
OWNER HESITATES 


OWNER G 
But Rucker Didn't Win— 
YOU DID! 
ping gy - 


GEORGE 4. "RUCKER CO. 
JA. 5-8585. 


ARDINGTON, NORTH 


Elbow Room 
4 Bedrms., 2 Baths 


merry Hurry! We just list- 
ed this 


ation en, 
2 or appoint- 
ment today 


H. Rucker Co. 
JA. 5-8585 


peels prageport 
22.500. Call f 


N 
NO. LS TES pas ROAD 


NO GREENBRIER STREET 
New rambiers a, plans. Prices 
6% to $31,950 

Thos Magruder Co. 

2053 WILSON BLVD 
-3700 — JA. 7.2860 
ves KE. 8- 4713 
rambler. air cond 


we Me os, * : 2 
. L*e-Deth. sep r., Ser, poren. 
i Bami. conv. ioc. JA 2-B065. 


BEVERLY HILLS 
4 Bedrms., 3 Baths 


NR. ST. RITA’S 
A delightful ~vt “ear eotagnes Se 
?. 


large paneled 
and >-bath in 
arace: one gar- 
ome. priced in the 
low s. with only re- 
mesa seo, 


#01 §. GLEBE RD. 


Se, 
ded *4-acre, 
charmingly di 

God: 


woonps — On 
15 minutes down- 
fferent white 
3 vbedr s. 


A CLOSE 
Ww ASEISOT ON GoLp AND COUN- 
TRY CLUB. 


Greatly re- 
2-7567 


SECLUSION? 
YOUR OWN FOREST 
40 ACRES 
ON. POTOMAC RIVER 


Above McLean, ood commuting 
to Ct! pete. nronet 


saa 
magnificen 
streams, 


fireplace, 


; 
A Shaneri-ia for 865.000 
Less for ete acreace. 
OR 


peenage you Want sec! jesten 
beer Lane: | 


bottle pocketboo 
little house In the wo: ods 
D. C.). Living room, aie | 
3 bedrooms. 


,800 
APT. IN COUNTRY 
If you have wished you could move | 
sy-to-Keep apt a) 
move into this com | 
new yous on 


ing 
ath. ki echen with Mot “Pot nt stove, 
dishwasher. Living room 


country view. 


BRACE K it APTON 


McLEAN,. VA 
6- 


FALLS CHURCH- CULMORE AREA 
One in a Million 
Ve ACRE ‘OT 


you are looking 
lookin 
ramb) 
condition. 
fireplace 


If 
smart 
3-bedrm 
maculate 
breezeway 
recreation rm 


shopping center. 


George H. Rucker Co. 


1403 NW. Courthouse Rd. JA. 5-8585 


e soarens brick 
room with baa 

iitchen. full 

corner lot 
hw 


places 


— | 
aheve Palls me jeft 
tuart drive si "venwick Park 
to pen Sign aN RRC drive 


¥. LER 
1424 N whe aN — 8a 
5-2800, 9 "Til 9 


FALLS CHURCH 


To = Oaks 


surround this brick name ottuated 
on a iaree well-la ] 
20-ft living room w 
rge bet room. modern kitchen 
e bedrooms and tile bath on 
. full bsmt. Price only $15.- 


iB jae term 


H. “RUCKER CO. 
Fs 
rambler. 


- rm 
6 acre, fenced back 
and grivewes. $1 


ONLY 5 LEFT 
of these buxurions 4-bedroom,. 2'% 
homes; by pur 
oe 
and churches: 30-year FHA - 
nancing availabdie, 


bat sa 
chasing dtrect from buil 
Open Daily 


ric 
are 


community swimming pool. 


ra) 
OR out Arlington 


wo sere on, 


ona sik ty Breeches fe wes % 


EA. Brandt & Co.. 
Inc. 


o| 2419 WILSON met, ARL. VA. 
FA Rilites exe : 


| 2 eee — * vae| fi 

| Demt with rf 
Rs at TT 

Almost An Acre 


pomnpeess privacy on auiet 
wal vatistapee, is ys wd 
ga eee 


Nr. = 


Pe prick je. 
l, center 


ae: JA. 8-7330 


2212 Wilson Bird. JA. 7-9300 ‘til 


rn 
LYON VILLAGE—OPEN 2 to 7. For 
— oy serene 3-bedrm. brick 

° 2 , 


meed| JE. 23-0173 


SLISE 
“Ty 


vA. 


Coes, rm.. 
irepi.. ‘brick otie, swimming poo 


: 
shore avail. ia oe Gl or ‘excel 
_ vake-Front Rambler 
ge SE 


rm. and 
in 


splendid com- 
‘Rec. 


Jbatn fom ye, 2ix 
with poseeng 

- a, path. bullt-~in fr 

a safe. 

rm.. rlook! 

ond le laree tree-shaded lot 


Stanley R. Rowland Co. 
120 EB. Broad St. Falls Church. Va 
roe t - 


Lake Barcroft 


bedrooms. R vette (ALL, ON ONE) 
~ = ee = brick and) 
just a bi 


large dinin 
lous closets, ~ thn 
recreation fm 
bath in full 
GROWE ELL 


ROW 


m 
kitchen. 
— cn; 


rae 


— 


OUTDOOR LIVING 
Air-conditioned de luxe rambler on) 
wo 4d iot for the most dlscrim-| 
inating gee kitchen, sep 
= dinin with large) 

reened mere ch. living room 
resiess and sundeck: 4 bed Re, 
baths ‘(Our closets will sleep 
oe. nd walkout 
dbl. carport 
TIONS Columbia pike to B 
continue on Bla 7 rd t 


(OPEN 2 ‘til dark 
DIEHL HOMES. Inc 
CL. 1890 


with 
EcC- 


rd. 


lair 
o 414 


— —— 


LAKE BARCROFT 
SPEND 


Some of that hard-earned 
douch and insure a comfort- 
in builder's home 


a heated 
porch, barbecue end 
Pustie-fenced lot e financ- 

« is the best at 931.500 


YOUR 


Days will be full of 


larce — priced under 
000 


VACATION 


is the result of 
buying a lakefront property 
Por the large 
offer one wit 


At home 


the price under 


HERE 


Ie the buy of the 


an 
other excellent listings 
to 4:30. 


WALKER & DUNLOP 
959 N. Monroe n JA. 5-2400 


— 


ac pore 
. Sarage. Nice level lot 
low our arrows ce 


biks 
OPEN roo "Mane offer: * Sis 


tio 
VIENNA 8 


SALE SUBURB. HOUSES 67VA. THE WASHINGTON POST. ond TEMES HERALD 
Se Wednesday, Mey 30, 1956 


| 


joan or lease $165 ma, 


Tatiana stat Rm . a $588 od. 
coer 1850 ¢o 
me. » nat thee epee Crest 
in & popular Rm gs 
ICH 


REA AL ESTATE. JA _§-1213 


oppor. 
mbler 


rood $115 


REAL ESTA 


brick 


etely yt as : t an nt 
; t o 
jock | Hie Its RED HOT. &ait 
HACH REALTY, JE. . 2-3706, 


A DREAMFRS 
LOW ON CASH 


Calif. Cape Cod 


In an ares of expensive, enstom 
hom EDR OX wry 
<THS * AND OINING 
LIVING ‘ou taatedalty deco- 
spotless 
$14 950- 


wee 
PIED ON-OI" 


VERNON REALTY 


| 2007 _ Mt. Vernon ave. Yr. 8-319 


5% CASH 


or fits es to waited yereres 
eo 


‘arrangements now to 
beauty offering 3 bedrms.. 
a rit. with table space, 

iv -din i with plen 
space. full bemt. with out- 
weeeea purchaser 2 


apacious 
f wall 
sid* entrance 


unexpect transfe 
one available ior on! a is. ert eat 


‘DARWIN. REALTY 


_ELMWOOD 6-4840 JA. 7-4353 
Pomponio 
presents 
Nothing Down! 


end $68 per month ‘tnecluding 
taxes and ineurance! In e¢ 
oe +4 —. 2 = ng 
wit 

equlpped ‘Mitehen "thlea ‘bath, "Tull 
basement with paneled recreation 
room. jalousied porch and Anchore 
fenced yard. JA. 77-6660 


Murmuring Pines 


In the lovely mermerins ow 
area of Vienna. a spaciou 

room rambler in 4 

shade trees and with 

trees in back yar 

1 bik. from arent 

country c lub Home 


this one really sparkles 
a 


Heavenly View 


from high on @ hill top. overlooke 
Lake Bar: roft jus ' 

this 

big d« 

i thrill you! Magni Mietent 

trees ennthance the beauty 

graceful lines. Priced 

as little as $3500 

Polkks you're 

if vou don’s 
ow! 


handle 
& mistake 
Call 


making 
see this one! 


California 
In Arlington 


fn lovely Tuckahoe village on «6 

tiful corner jot this rancher 
ey “rambler sets majestically in 
& setting of shade trees and some 


of the prettiest flowers and shrub- 
n 


“3 ACRES} = 


Thi s rambling omer. Same has | 
wooded setting fit king 
WITH ] ’ 


PERING IN AN ESTATE AREA 


CROWELL & CO, INC 


2160 N. Glebe Ra JA. ._ 5-0707 


McLEAN 


Close-in Country Living 
Best Buys in Choice Area 


New %3-bedroo 
rambler with a rport 
ly large lot with trees 


1%-bath brick 
bemt.. love- 
$20.500 


3-bedroom. 2-bath brick rambler. | 
recreation room in basement. nice 
lot; $22,750. » ‘ 


’ 

brick large! 

breeseway. ga-/ 
\%» acre; $§23.950 


Lovely ne 4-bedroo 2-bath 

center-hall “brick ramet with 2. 

car garage ent. on almost! 

an acre: a lovely home in excel-_ 

lent lecation: $34,500. 

5 ACRES 
WITH LOVELY. GRACIOUS. 
HOME 

baths. stable 

© pestures. | 


L: “Campbell 


JE. 3-9067 | 
NORTH ARLINGTON : 
al / 


“Eye 
The location of Reserve Hill is a) 
homeseekers ream come true! 

Beautify ly landscaped brick Fam-| 
] 

§ 


3-bed roo 2-bath 
rooms ‘throughout 
rage. basement; 


4 
workshop 
fruit trees 


Caroline 


ler with attached garage affor 
its best. without steps. 
luded screened por reh. 3 bedrm 
2 baths, dining room and equipped | 
kitchen $27 Exclusive by! 
appointment on j 


ARLI NGTON REALTY | 
2212 Wilso v AG GO. 309 11 9 | 


REDUCED!!! 
1% BATHS 
ORAM bt eR. te 
a nF mires ain: 
full basem 
all conveniences | 
es price = ’ Spabes this | 


ig bare on ‘Toke ‘s mark 
Bas ‘terms! Call us ~~ before it's 


‘A LINGTON REALTY 


~ | 2212 Wilson Blvd. JA. 7-9300 "Ti 9 | 


i 
; 


N. WHAT | 


afte a 
ee ea EALTY 


N ARLING. 
samaritan 


on ully. landscaped 
. Ly = “estab 


er 
ood a vo of Dei 

stone: ms... rp: 
= entns rm -— rm. with 


hee t.. beamt. and 
oe sores — it won't last 
at the price of & 


15.950. Call to- 


™ DARWIN REALTY 
JA, 71-4353 


NORTH ARLINGTON 
Let’s Go 


Postar otis cabs 


‘T) ACKES with lo 
ing 


one won't last. JA. 7-666 


NOTHING 
A MONTH 


Ir YOU ARE TIRED OF THRE 
HIGH COST OF LIVING HERE is 
YOUR ANSWER. A very close in 
Arlington, 3 apartment home. 5§ 
minutes from the Pentagon and 


ook and 

flares bedrooms othe r 2 eparte 
ments are extra nice wi Sy seperate 
d ER 


house ana 
This one can't be eq 
fis qualifped pure haser 
at $22 950 JA. J7-6660 


Pomponio 


2222 Wilson Bivd Arlington 


JA 
$1500 DOWN 


You don't have to be a veteran 
to benefit seasenl bus 
, te 


1A. 
taxes 


ls belies . 


better Homes Realty 
JA. 5- 9408 
ree “SHADED Pa! 


. ‘Church otk ers 
this older home wi bed- 
rmsé.. liv rm wt 
din : full 
workshop. for 
terms to suit 
PL. ANTATION 


‘ 


only 
purchaser, 
REALTY. JE 
lovely. view a... Ke 
3-bedrm ramble rm. 
with stone fireplace 
coun kit screened porch 
able garage Baseboard heat. 
Wa worth veur inquiry HILL 
T . 5-7417. 


GI sPeCiaAL— Wome in the country, 
yet only 20 minutes te C. Spile 


>, i. 

storm windows | 

$14,600 IL 
8-2600 


—s 


equi ‘» 
BUY AT 
REAL ESTATE. JA 


BED-4-ROOMS. 


ape gs Gs times 


eendry 


uilt 

rege 
kitchen 
Cc) 


a, with 
ind. 


t sin't ndee 


approved - i . 
rea! ome 


ou re ooking for 
2100 for an sho to inspect. 


"ANSWERS 


BEX: the ater  paveee, “Olve m 


~ 2 
wp, Oh 


= wrapp 
immaculate 


up 
roughout Liv 
=. yim ace poe 


inin 
basement, side ec ef 
porch. Ay America ,  coing eyburben! 
tracts - aes. 


S. ARLINGTON 
Semi-Detached Homes 


10, g ~. down, 


: ee paseo brick a 
YEONAS REALTY 


2313 Wilson Blvd. JA.. 8-2100 


OPEN MEMORIAL DAY 
LEAN AREA 


a TE wisutnertet POST ond TIMES ‘HERALD, 


oe 
| Storage—A Problem? 


COLONIAL 
FIT eo A KING. 
tpi 


° 
size bedrooms 


C 
SPECIAL NOTICE 


$700 DOWN 


TO ANYONE—NO REDTAPE 
rs Seitctae tues. code, Mae 


this 
expensive Pap 
2 ly BA at 


area 
‘by MO Silents OB 


M 
rm. by 


sy3 - 
AN 
ASSUME LGE GI LOAN 


HOT! re HOT! 
LGE. PVT. SWIM POOL. TAURIE CORP. 
oe FTC, jam Mi BJA 


F. E. Malcolm, JA, 7- 3024 a N. Little Falls Rd. 
Brick Cape Cod 


A charming 2- bedroom home. Nice 
size living room with replace: 
storage attic: 


$16,950 
FRANCONIA, VA. 
4 BEDRMS., SUNROOM 


Ie your GI expiring? If so we 
recommend this for suburban 
living. A liv. rm. with fireplace, 
din. rm., plus a 2-car garage. 
So-ecre§ level iot: walk to 
schools. Terms. 

Maree deluxe kitchen 


$17,250 $14,950 QUICK POSSESSION 
SPRINGFIELD. VA, fh He te roam! VERNON REALTY 


° 

twin size| 2007 Mt. Vernon Ave. KI. 8-3106, 
hs. Pull) ~ ew 
New 56-Ft. 


Yes it has a full bemt.. Nv 2 LEVELS 


we itreptace, 3 bedrms.. tiled OF LIVING SPACE 

ath, deluxe kit. plus a carpart LED TO #28.500 ON A WOODED LOT 

I ediate occup ¢ Walk * 

oaheed ina cneteine. tate, ' igre é co.” ’ RECREAT ON ANDO 

. we ] pote 
HOWARD BROCK CO. PRIVATE. r 
1043 N. Glebe Ra i ALK “GR 

KINGDOM | wht Trane ot ‘CONTRA 


7-4140 Ariington Va 
Sturdy peies 4-bedroom home on’ Only One at $18 950 


peoutitul Xe-Gcre lot just LURIA BROS. 


Pails Ch urch, Pireplace ; 
2048 Wilson Bivd JA. 7-8800, 


EXECUTIVES 


| Custom Built Rambler 


A._7-1203 SA, 52444 
4 Bedrms., 2 Baths 
arith =" is with 
angsty tac 
"Better Homes "Realty 
Realtors JA. 5-9400 
Fabulous Springfield 
3 Bedrooms—S$ | Dn. 


NOW non veteran can assume OC 


“P-bed rigoom ho fy tg all o ut weit: 
Pen eneg ay nd m4 
REALTY CO. CRescent_ 3-2811, 


OPEN 
HOLIDAY COLONIALS 


6040 D ST. ARLINGTON 
Magnificient center heil, 

1. brick colonial feate ring . 
farwe 21x15 rm. with ser 
summer porch. plus formal din 


ek RAMBLER 
ae 

gadtits. Geaulfe 

ty., "JE 2-3110 


Ea 
Today, 2 to 6 


Open 
Country Club Hills 


$32,500—$5000 Cash 
3 Bedrms., 3% Baths, 
Brick Home 
designed colonial 
center entrance hall, 


wl | 

family " =. te attractive liv- 
replace. separate 

mm en 


Yorktown bivd. 


tae 
Becki tas it ae 


A Full Acre 
Petes 
=) has Sasher: 


sifvoo Gt 


JA. '§-3700 or JA. 23-3131 
Bves. JA 4-0226 


trees and shubbery 
club. Wiltamsbure Jr 
ed Mount Schoo) 


"Thos G. Ma 


JA, 8-370 
$650 DOWN—GI 
year A 
CoD 
ALLS CHUR 


JA. 8-1878 
ER M BATHS | 


611.775 GEi—BEST BUY. 3-bedrm 
ly Sane. fenced ¥ 


gee ole An unusua) 
e\ ) 
Value. Cal RORSOHACH 


‘. MINUTES ? 
WASHINGTON 

all-brick 3 Sh Colonia! 

liv. room with fireplace and book- 


Price $32 - 
entrance arrad now 

on a quiet dead-end street in an 

ettractive community: 1%, blocks 

OL eahncaeees and elementary 

ecnoo. 


NEAR TARA 


4 Bedrms., 2 Baths, 
Brick Cape Cod 


excellent condition on «4 


ruder Co. 
Bves . ‘. JE 2-7873 3 


2 picture windows, 
place, carport, — 
ransferr 


ons , n pride and joy can 
rms. 


Brick. Rambler 


one 
on eas one of 

popular cumnmmantiies in the Wash- 
ington area with all conveniences 
20 


. to 234 st. right on/| 


ED 


rm —— fire lace. "Poll bath. built 
roof. Barbecue 

tho. ‘ Beautifully npeecapes 
ssession. rectio 


dollar for 
ty sy 
TZ! k rn 


leve) 
Laree 
, _ sare ve kitchen, at- 

Near Arlington | 

Hospital. "ae to transp.. schools 
and churches. Available for July 


occupancy. j 
$25,950 - 
George Mason Green Co. | > 
Exclusive Agents __JA._4-1400 
4- sata RAMBLER 
1 CLUB AREA 


ONORNER 
ASSUME LARGE 18ST TRUST | 
JA. 8-1878. | 


$250 DOWN 


Veterans only. This 3 bedrm home | 
= ype iy nice P VA ap- 


saved ter $11,200 ner nes} 
sell lll accept $10, +4 Call JA 
etter Homes Realty 
Realtors JA. 58-9400 


right on 32d & 
- Country gg i 


b 3425 Albe- 
marie and our 
rge Mason yt Co. 
Exclusive Agents, JA. 4-1400 
3 Bedrooms—Basement 
REC. RM.—GARAGE 


$21,950! 
OT VALUE this immaculate 


J-W REALTY CO 


ONLY 80 PER 


JA. 5-7575 till 


4 EB Rooms 


D SECURE, situated 
Chure® ares. A pick 


ho 


JA 


“MONEY ~1SIN a 3 
EVERYTHING ) 


in the wee 
yard 


bring your 


roughed fm upstairs. 
high-cetling 


re window. Excellen 
or ced at £17,500, only | 


‘kivehen, built- in features — 
patio for cool summer. 
th wees ACCE 


Fe hiGe arr | 


|2212 ¥ Wilson Blvd. JA. 7-9300 "til 9| 


a 


3 Good-Sized 


Bedrooms 


rembiet with poner 
UNUSUAL LIV 
exties. ineludi 8 


| ae RURIE CORP. 


2334 Wilson Bivd JA. 35-1717 


end 
‘oa 


ARLINGTON REALTY. 


2 
pendible 24 Gr. for more pea: 
rear. screened porch for sum ; 
GI needs $250 cash | 
s everytn! 1s.) 


a 
ty attic. 


ARES SEE ae ToT 
Sey NOON ‘TIL 5 
ONLY $16,250 


3 Bedrms., Den, Garage 


tree- shaded 


ap 
. excellent terms 


enith h & Donnell 


MILEY REALTY : 
JA- 7-60 4A. 70290. | 


5 BEAUTIFUL acres—At- 
cet tract ive modern house J bed- 
*h o : ~ 


screened-in porc 
With de i ne 


close- 


form 


Bhirley Freeway Possession in 10) VERNON REALTY 
. $661 $16,7 
full re high 
otce 
19x12 rm.. 
the only word for this Cali- ner m 
ppreised 4.780: 
neighborhood. Con “| € 
on Oe y.| temporary 
7. 
706. 
3 BEDRMS._BSMT. 
brick ram- 
First offering ot this SLATE ROOF 
BRICK COLO outside entrance. lovers 
yard. On 
to schoo sho 


me! if desired PRICE NLY _2007 Mt. Vernon Ave. KY. 8-3106 
3-bedrm Omen’: 
| with view eh ri{n M 
ify ued 
in din. rm. 1ixli ae 
ae styled rambler. Beautiful i” 
. ti le t 3 down lh ac- 
lines with functional | 
} floor 
, Separate din. rm.. 
SLEEPING BEAUTY 
DEN—GARAGE Sly 
NIAL in most conv 
eects, level lot. 
00 


$) i : 950, quick possession 
min. Pent., and D. C. over the | 
950 / a 
“Springfield Realty Co, | ADJOINING 3 TARA 
rea su rounded py, aeoee "A 
 MODERNISTIC | fivss suit 
aoe is aes. rence and retri 
Mannas Rity., JE. 2-3) 10) ress on ® large level jot, in en| 
rary lines , with MILKEY REALTY CO 
| JA. 17-0250 SA, 79-0290 
RORSCHACH 
Would have & perfect setting 
th 
ONLY $15,800 daylight base. base- 
Ari. neighborhood. Only short walk 
is, Be, bu Love! 


; 

ay immed. transfer forces 
sale of this practic ally new 
en +bedrm.._ i! th. spit 
trans ¥ 
tract 


te 


oeten mm, near tr wane ration. 


accept con- 


50. 
'HOLLEY REALTY 
5800 Lee Hwy. KE. 68-5350 ‘till 


equip w/G 
dish washer. Gisposal. 

and ““rver Built-in Se 
tin and Ha rm 


ooiie lucky GI ' 


Parker, Smith & Donnell 


JA. 7 7-6161 


veteran purchas- | 
GI’ Prompt boss) 
Move 


8-1252 © 
-~ Se | session avai 


pe - . — en ' tt 

FOR THE “SMART SET” ti comfortable home { 

4 ct reerful r j a : m $ 1 ni - ‘2 

. Countt y squire a ning room righ heerful kitch- 
4 f Enclan ~ manor en well equipped and with spi 

2 rit for Okiast. table. plus man th 

C r 5 le ; ound at “7° price desirabd) : hucn~ eht-alt " fea- 
li ineiosed in ITE STAT ure Ou will 

ENCING th a t& . you need . g 00d home ‘on easy | 

' lade: n awT 4 vearm ic 

n ’ 7 2 


OPEN 


Four-Level 
“SPLIT LEVELS” 


5% dn. Gl 


Pw Arba REAL TY 


lable 


i basement 
| and bat No " Offer red 
sare of $34 350 Can, for 


COLONIAL "REALTY CO. 


Real altors ja _5-6200 


REDUCED 


4 Sedna, ay; 2 Baths 
North PE a 
n “lef t two DiOcKS to propert , and di ——s* rai e ai + washer 

. : ate F " r bee ng rm. 
oe ick Bosadey JA. 2-431 1}| ia: ned por eee an 
| 2 bys Brice. $25 950. now 


a 


ve cory, 
ne 


e 


ot-F eT RTH i 
GARAGE. & oa 
$14.500 TH FI RM 
APPROVED FOR 


OPEN TODAY. 2 ‘TIL 7—Unusual Wash: on 
and attractive. new aries — 
3 e ull 


Hillside Manor blvd. beyond | 
McLEAN, VA. 


Don't fall to see these n brick 
poo offering the follow 
ood-s bed 2 a 


in 
une, fh 
ont with outside entra . 


liv tm. with tirepl. 
an ultra-modern kit 
range, 


den 


Memorial Day Special! 


AURA 
HEIGHTS 


FAIRFAX COUNTY 
THE CRITICS SAY 


ALEXAYDRIA AREA - 
Brookland Estate baths. “tally, equip. zit. eat “apace. 
OPEN ‘TIL 6 P. M._ |.Gb..6-0675. 7502 Parkhili Dr 


. Yer! BEVERLY HILLS 
Open 1 ‘Til Dark 


One of the loveliest homes 


gg et TERR.. Alex a 
En 3 arms 2' 


3106 REDUCED 


Gi 7. Brick, 
ot "REAL TY Us. 
Beautiful Fenced Lot 
Center hall. ist 
firepiace. dining 
— creen ned porch 

ep breakfas 
powder rm.. 


2x21 finished rec. ) 
% acre jot in desirable 
overlooking iake 


i, 


CHECK THIS — 


VALUE 
$550 DOWN 


GI—$12,950 


is a rea) buy. papmocuats 


ished stairway t 


Is one of the best constructed | 5- 9399 _ Office fully equipped | 


shin 


* Wes neton take 

to . Springfield Clover 

‘ left-hand turn onto 

esnconia Road and continue on 
rookland Estates. 
rookiand Estate sign 


"BELL REALTY CO. 


ltors mee Es 
DRIA 


Directions: 
Chain Bridge rd 


low 


Manor 


tifully fa- 


rom 

Chain Bridge to 

(Route po AS. — 
Westmoreland to iliet 

seme. a’t A 1 Lee | 


Over 


ultr 
plenty of dinette space and built- 
t. tremendous closets 
a basemen 


ode! 


“See These Fine Custom- 


and fairest priced 3-BEDRM., | 
1¥a-BATH homes in apicect 
ern Virginia. 


Built Homes Today” 


$16,500 
Is BELIEVIYG 3-bedrm 
: basement ) 


conventions 
nt wait— 


Al 
(in ane ing avaliable ; 


Artex Realty, ae 4- 4900! 


'LOW DOWN PAYMENT 


4 BEDROOMS 


Attractive Cape 


NO GI NEEDED 


oniy $11.000 
; * ] located 


fies Cee RcE REALTOR 
GEORGIAN COLONIAL er 5 
White yg Board | on in t 


ULTIMA Ogg oS 
Lar 


enc! cn 


THE 
c H ARDS 


in 


ake 


this 8 


Large afie 


With monthly paye 
($70 for interest and prine 


wy - Wash 
Westmoreland st.. right to right, to 
DARWIN. REALTY 
™ HOLL 1 nd GI approved at_ £22, 
a LLI HIL LLS year financing savailabie. 
XANDRIA SUBURBAN sive re Ar Out” shi fr 
prize - winning Linco 
icaite abarie "ihe 
“ ~— light “en 
tinue 7/10 mile to m 
eft. 


|RED goth 


bedrooms and 2 hk 
daylight walk 


toca? 
ondition, QUIET. 


"BALLARD REALTY | & ch 


JA, 7-479 2 JA 7 -8881 mt 


~~ CLOSE-IN 


With a country view from the ige 
picture windows «& i 


REAL ESTATE CO. 


134 Wayne S8t. JA. §$-1213 


Artax Realty, JE. 4- 4900 
100-FT. RAMBLER 


prolessinally 
acres with trees 
home of brick has a 
with fi replace, separate din 


ARE 
CRESERIA AREAS 
TREMENDOUS VALUE! 


rm.. brick €a-/ 


Be j 
CON VENIENT 


Open Daily, 1 to Dark 
(Closed Sunday) 


ne pe er AND FHA 


Churches of ALL 


¥ 905 175 
J WESLEY , BUCHANAN, INC 
4-115 


immediat 


4353. 


ASSUME GI LOAN 
$76 MO.—'% ACRE ‘Take the Landlord | 


V45. Only $9950 for this cory ram- Off Your Payroll paneled rec Fm 


bier in ee Near , Suurley DY jaree guest rm. with 

hey. puire ; screened breeroway conn 

mo. incl. ever Call No Money Down | : 

FREDER! CK W. BERENS 

SALES, INC. NA. 8-5000 To Qualified Vets) #8 
VA Approved and Priced from 


GE. BRICK RAMBLER 
CLOSE-IN $] pid Sal 


LIVING RM ht CA 
homes 


each 


Beverly Hills Beauty 


, OPEN 210 6 


BEDRMS. PLUS PINE-PANELED 
609 TENNESSEE AVE. 


$19,500 
Unquestionably the best buy in this| ScsPed lovely .— 
highly desirable ares. It has c _| ME. 


pistasthe 
tem 
traffic reiaxing atmosphere 

ountry combine with in- 
| woz" conveniences Bee 


it today 
"a m. 821.500 
(No 23 S. JEFFERSON ST. 
and largest shoppin OPEN TODAY. 1-6 P. M 
cl new Directions: Ari. bdivd. to 8. Lex- 
1 Ds ba ae ington st. and follow our S 
THE PICKETT CO. 


DIRECTION 
(RT. 80), ¥ 


e) — 
1 homes 


M 


+t 
Srfrow sich 


ELL Bey CO. mple stor 


mile 
Vernon Prey. rthern iat newest 


RORSCHACH REALTY. 
ri © =e wean - 
"OPEN 
Fabulous Springfield 
ASSUME GI LOAN 
A rare chance te pick up a 3 
room 45 ft. brick rambner 


‘the features om we 
ter ed walis. 19 


f baths. basemen 
outside entrance: 
o. or 


y 
o erything 
eesume “4 , it 


) og dows t ment area: ly acre. 2 mi. to p 
Paris 4 oo : 
| rections w pouse. rehes. vie hg 


an Momber Mutual Clients Exchange | 


4.5. Glebe Rea. Ari. JA. 5-250) 


Air 
Conditioned 


ONLY 817.950 
54 FT. CUSTOM RAMBLER 
On ‘ -acre, with comm unity eke. 
has 20-ft. liv 
3 diz bedrms, : 
! On) 


Only 
? TODAY "aout ‘then “ 
rnon Ivd., righ lL. Conv. 
car included 
$16, Merchant 


HUBBARD REALTY co, | McLEANSLANGL 
7 RX SUNT | Open Wednesday, | Noon to Dark 


ACRES COMPLETELY DIFFERENT 


i CUSTOM-CRAPTED 
2-Horse Stable, Office, Tackrm.| Antique Brick Split-Level 
Pas +i 3-} el 

Boor lalate, ma ep es Senn 2 pees, Komort 


or to seb ng Sockthe lve: 4 bed-| De Luxe Kitchen, Reer. Room 


room UNUSUAL " - $80 


ne 
repl opens te 

agstene berrace. Beaut i-| Directions 
wit 


i , 
everything 
cing sbroad: “pr A 


og ee 


LE sit 
% MILE hime 
SIGN ON RIGHT. 


TINKLE PROPERTIES 

JA. $-1207 ss SA. §-1207 

Open Wednesday, 2 to 6 

NORTH ARLINGTON 
4 BEDROOMS 


don't wait! 
$16,950 
2710 North 4th St. 


Positively the best ay! for the 


McLean Manor . | moner beset 


us li i 
lace family size dinin 
EMP RAM- 
I A 
terior, 
and cus 


on wi ne ce; 
chain link fenced jot in 
prsesent PUY 
rs $18,950. ‘OR ASSUME PRES 
NT $613.50 TRU TO SEE 
CALL 
F. FE Malcolm, JA. 7- 3024 : plumbing for 3d 
on iarge iandscaped 


$825 DOWN a a ite if , a Chi tr .- 
FHA MILITARY mp 1) Pale Charch 


ad 
oh —~ 
Lovely brick-and- frame 
ure 


"‘e bi to + ~- 
ivVine epee ewith del 3 “ak hi fon ae ahd 
ns 


Agent ( on Premises Dail ly 


10 to 3-30 Pe M. 


ms.. 1") colored a baths. 
on ist f.. full b on 2d) 
bamt. (recr. rm prysoal 


DOWN PAY 


PRI n. 
DIRECTIONS get 


pairiey Ria - 
Br 


go wiete ds : 


prinatield Realty Co. 
Fl. 4-661) 


Acre Estate | 


MODERN RAMBLER 
Graci ious living is assured in this 


A , a nit 000 ‘at 


ios 4 ED prenp 
mt ids.3 Be : ne 

JA 77-1203 : e JA. 5-2444 
COLORED— ARLINGTON 
Memorial Day Special! 

$13,250—Gi—FHA 

NEW BRICK HOMES 
OPEN DAILY 1 “TIL DARK 


8750 dn 


ons 

wit 

secluded 
ui 


model house "Sest . 3918 rete hes 

BASIC Roma ap UP 

Gell KI. 8-8600:; Eves... KI. 8-8610. 
V. L. MARCUM CO. 

rh. Ve 


Busine Cr. 
Annandale 
ale home. Has hae buge 
ould Seemect this property 


Pi ag 
REM PATE 


re in this hu 
ry 
r special features. 
JA. 35-2444 


te 
Inc 
a Model_ Rouse, JE. 3-183 


wit 
. room 


Larchmont Realty, 
JE 4-300 
. DeLTG Led 


arce + expan 


sign ome 
corner of Brawner and Julia Ave, 
REAL ESTATE SERVICE, INC. 


SHERWOOD PK 


» @2- 
a : Built with fl fue. come 


anship 
“bas joe ak ey 5 


wn to qualified Gis. 
po May a salary 6 


Open Daily, 
DIR.: Arlington blvd. (Row 50) 
2, Gallows rd.. turn left ae 0 


“THE PICKETT CO. 
Member aoe ha Clients Eaah | oe 
Open Noon Till Dark 


N. Arlington 


You Pg a haven't seen these 
hom Ww are very sel- 
“advertinns ave «a — 

rand n 


spit eee in ¢ ty - 
t > 


ORARY I kit chen. stal r base to 
tractive an ‘Varied ex-| Dreakfast room, full Bea 
with a R 
ton 


GRACE A. KEMPTON 
_McLaan, Va Broker. EL. 6-3268 
FAIRFAX COUNTY 


SECLUSION? 
YOUR OWN FOREST 
40 ACRES 
ON POTOMAC RIVER 


bu ; 
sho Pr 
| po Realty, e 4 4- 4900 
| DEED SO 
Low down payn 
on n * 
ith car 
transter 
kit. 415 
streets. | 


‘TIS TRUE 


Ari neton, or oo the 


sign | 


BRSER co. 


Glebe Rd. JA. 4140) 


a 
ric od if 
ae RW da, oe 


TINKLE PROP 
JA. 


4043 Ni 


to veterans plus settie- 
turin with private 


1 
level , 
= 


ran se, , dish washer 
zer-to 


refrigerator. 
intme 


| ARLINGTON REALTY 
—— 7-9300 "ti 9 
ARLINGTON 


$9950—GI 


3-yr.-old 2-bedroom rambler with 
stairway to fi 
n-| @guipped kitchen. 


-fenced | bebe and 
ESLONIAL REALTY CO. RUCKER CO. 


GEO. 
Realt ors _$-6200 ae 5-8585 


HOLIDAY SPECIALS 
NEAR VIENNA 


MIDSUMMER DREAM 
CHARMING BRICK FENCED RAMBLER WITH 


Paved 
one irley Park- 
a right 


vir ve “i 


2 Baths, Bsmt., $17,950) 


In excellent N Arh ington location | 


oa: 
to. 

wgolumbia pike to 
234 


ERTIES | 


JA. &-1207 


ee 
MILL 
A. 7 


from |1308 Beechtree 
Miller Real 


JA. 17-1203. 


es Palle -_ 
to qualified veterans. State 
one. Pisa y ia 


JA. 8-240. 


SACRIFICE! 


$700 BELOW GI PRICE 


(BUILDER NEEDS MONEY) 


Only 6 Left-GI and FHA Financin 
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 


Come out today and 


ec 
screed ged po Lovelw yard. Onis 


R.. 
$189 Re , 14] 


SURE ‘NUFF 
Another beautiful California ram- 
bler with a iow down povanent and 

loan im this 
. : 


rear view: trees and streams. 1 
mile of _Biivate roads thru woods 
to hous angri-la for $65.- 
000. Le or less acreage. 

OR 


pene ire Estate) 
Dramatic 


rkli 4 oonring, for this cus- 


Se to Metean, 


iat’ ‘a line SB ee 


WESTERN 


Cannemnpitnty Rambler 
low ous > st sod _ 


Perhaps you want seclusion on a 
beer ttle pocketbook. See 
ittle house in the woods at emp: 
(2 mi. D Living room, 
dining i room, 3 a, 1 bath 


APT. IN COUNTRY 
Tf you have wished you 


‘ 
move your easy-to-keep apt. 
to the co 


| nd 
wall carpeting. Seeing | 
6-1415 


TE 
TYPICAL 


romeun eats I ige 


rm., 15-ft. 

te and ear 
impressive 
~~ in 


3 


“like pa abe with 
’ absolutely 
you 


rambler. living 


this erea— 


nnot ; a to Dasa UD 


PL p 


DAR 
* Braddock - and 
be) 


Annan co - 

ogeres right 
raddock rd. % mile 
broperty. 


Miller Real Estate 
JA. 17,1203 JA. 35-2446 


™ 


on approx. 


living room with “fire! Lace, 
aneied din ms 
th. kitchen with h Hot "paint stove, 
dishwasher, refrig Livin 


for enick 


Ce K REMBTON 


_MSLEAN. VA 


> 3- 
rm with Rreviece. eeres Cping 


de lux 


Long 
paue prick beauty 
e 


Ho 
30-ft 


} 
m the f--=> “sleens 
on: foyer entrance to 
living room =e 


see the outstandi J 
and we Se Se mean OUTSTA ING! ee a 
room brick rambler—2 fuli-tiled baths—dcevlicht hase- 
ments ~—carport—paved driveway—large level lot—towering ehade 
trees—all utilities—grade school 2 blocks 


We have many o' es rans- 
in im price from Te bos to $40.- 


Town and Country Real ty 


'' 68 FT. TERRACE PORCH !!! 


3 with bubbling 


4-acre lot forest background, spring, 


; ’ pi 
vd peat na J rd 
chester 
Asif SION, - call JA. 35-9400 for 


B 


Res 


a 
brick fireplace and raised heart 
2 full ths (one dressing 
size) both with Sullt. in venit; 

uge bedrooms. de luxe 
attached garage. 
r Patio many 

including washer 
power mower..e $26. 
excellent terms. 


50 (A 
to N 


st right to our 


etter Homes Realty with 


ltors 9 Til 9 


$1,950 CASH To Gal's | 

$2.400 CASH TO CAREER OFFICERS—FHA ; 
100 CASH REGULAR FHA . is 

| 


OPEN 2 TILL DARK 


“SPREAD OUT INTHic | "Ors 


of storage 
10 min 


ier j 


sch 0] 


Private swimming hole, and spacious green lawn: 
ample kitchen with breakfast Nook, 
room with picture window, porte cochere for ? cars 
space and expandable aftic 
to Seven Corners, 


3 bed- 
living 
Plenty 

biocks to grade 

to Langley, 30 


24-ft. 


a) 
+ 


15 min 


to D. C. Adjacent 44 acres available. 


JA. 5-9400__ 


Al A 

Beautiful new 3-bedrm. (all! 
large) brick and paneled con- 
temp. rambler, 50 ft. over-all 
length. Beautiful bath Ex-| 
tra large kitchen with birch! 
cabinets, eye-level oven. Large 
firpl., Big ser. porch. Wenders | 
ful level lot over % acre, | 
100x220. Many extras. For| 
sale by builder; $15,450.) 
Good terms. JE. 2-8425. 
Directions: Out Route 50 to 
Route 123 (Vienna Rd.) turn | 
right ¥2 mi., turn left on Oak | 
st., go 1 block to Burrows) 
ave., turn right, go 1 bik., | 
turn left Pine st. VY mi. to) 
house on left. 


i "Brrowners 4%, OL loan p-bedrm 
By owner. 4% GI loan. 3-bedrm. 
rambler. compl. decorated: storm 
windows, scr. porcir: %-acre attr. 
lot. Sev shade trees. Call 


Owner in fore 


reasonabdie 


To reach: From Shirley Memorial Highway at Linco 
leaf. turn right on rte 236 to Annandale stop light 
Palis Church rd. to “open” houses on left OR, 
past Seven Corners to first stop light, turn left 
Annandale’ rd. approximately 3 miles to open” 


ARLINGTON REALTY CO. 


2212 Wilson Blvd JA 


an service, 
otter 


Inia Cjover- 
bear right on. 
Arlington bivd 
on Palls Church- 
house on right. 


ARLINGTON leaving country, will accept best 


FENCED % ACRE 


2 
modern 


Air 
Conditioned 


for only $29.750. Are you looking 
n outstand 


ASSUME 


$19,400 GI LOAN 


. With just $2 
month 


edrms.. a Co 
2053 ae bivd. Ari. Va 

tA. 5-37 Eves KE. 8-471 

ce sTOM. Sturt antique brick 

nt basement ram>bier on “% ac 


lig! 


17-9300 "Til ® | jo’ im chox 


CLIFTON FAIRFAX 


COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST 


ihis miniature farm of just short of 7 acres is @ quiet 
retreat of green trees and sunny fields. The 2-story Colonial 
frame home has a charm. usually found in the olden days, 
buf if has every modern convenience There are 4 bed- 
rooms, 2 baths, living. room with fireplace, large dining 
room, tully equipped kitchen. with breakfast nook, 
porches and patio, barn and carport. Several fruit trees 
and shrubs complete the picture. Only 23 miles from 
the Capitol. 


ase 
; «a l 
. feneed and tail trees; ‘17. 
50. ter 
OPEN 1 TO6 
6713 LITTLE FALLS RD. 
FRED J. GEORGE, Realtor 
6777 
oN See 7 ima. 


LORCOM LANE 


Priced at 1 re "pen to brokers | 
dune |. JE. 4-0217 


CUSTOM COLONIAL 


Virginia's Finest |,.\... ..; 


ovens rm with fireplace, 
: oF kitchen with 


4 BE ‘% b 
ine room in master yom pong). Bast By. 


wail, 
‘sbure "elx window. 
smart recrea 


with bis 


“te 


other 
This 
anot or luxury 


aA lso 


Selected at several price levels these four 


be homes are tops in quality and value. 


iat at jake | Arthur L. -Walters, Inc. 
t . at 
Ate BEAT ESTATE, 


AILLER JA. 7-5200 


OPEN 


NEW HOUSE 
SWIMMING POOL 


N utes ? 
irport, $3950 down, “DIR 


ane a 


ANNANDALE 


ONLY $15,450-5% DOWN 
FOR QUALIFIED G.1. 


Purchase safety and security. Room for the children to 
play, for the dog to run, sunset views, starlight nights, 
You will find all these in this attractive 3-bedroom, 

full baths Cape Cod. Spick and Span! immediate possession 


OPEN TODAY 2 to 6 


LAKESHORE LUXURY $55,000 


surrounded we. Lake Barcroft. this gleaming white 

von 5 Wey 6 dream From your 30-ft. “livin ene ream. 

& panorams view of water and trees may direc- 
the tee a 


SYA, 1-408 


’ 
—— 


$7500 


ge Ae, 
ron A 2 -PEDROOM Tome 
or YOUR. OWN. WITH STAIRWAY 
TO UNFINISHED IND FLOOR 


$44 


A MONTH 
INCL. PRINC., INT. TAXES & INS 
VETS—NO MONEY DOWN 


OPEN DAILY 


DIRECTIONS FROM WASH.; 
89 cone ; un Ow rain ax 


eg Ont ae 
MD 


TRC MAF 4an48 PARK AXD 


_ Eves JE 


tae es 
eli Attract > e, -bedrm 


i 

p. ctr. on "busline aT 00. 

own ymen 2797 NN. 
¥ -53 


every 
you can hear the lake lapping the beeen from each of 
three te bedrooms. warm . & cool 
screen porch surveys the entire area. Bie hen 
with dining space, powees room, ae full bathe pi = Ca dorm!- 
tory accommodations guests second Slate roof, 
two-car garage and mK. boat y # 


Directions: Columbia Pike extended te ain entran Lake 
Barcroft, enter and bear right to first left, follow en 1o 
our open sign et 7713 Lakeview Drive. 


TRULY SPACIOUS 
eine 


In Lorcom lane—Riverwood area. The 26-foot room, 
16-ft. @ room and three 18-ft. bedrooms in this custom- 
built stone and brick rambler will cure any case of ciaustro- 
| gr st finished 2 Seen room with half bath 

groun evel in plus open tio with woods 
behind. Only 1 year old, eully air-conditioned and priced 
immediate sale. 


: From Memorial Parkway, right on Lorcom lane. 
Seomeed to ae Custis dr. —_ © Monroe sf., right again 


our open sign at 
TR EES-TREES $17,950 


Rarely have we offered so much f t , 
2-bedroor 2 brick rambler house for so little money 


. across from St. domes Bchooh 
com Pa rec. a OE mo a 
c ee , sc clos 

ou o bus stores. ened Inspect c 
e 


hey orcom 
a . 3- rm. rambD., rec. mn., gar. 
500. 4% og. exc. terms. JA. 
4 N. Upland st. 
Leh aaa 


aban Livi 
Easy Suburban Living 
Brick rambler on white fenced %- | 
level jot with tree rm } v 3 rms. 2 
ths. extra ige i» replaces brick 
u bemt.. 37-ft kit ba storage 
ue 


desired 
in + neighbor | 
club incl. if yeas. 
under $20.000 
R appraised. Call 
L. 6-6536 or OL. 6-7890. 


FAIRFAX 
OWNER HAS AUTHORIZED ME 
TO OFFER THIS COZY BRICK RAMBLER 
FOR ONLY $14,500 


With large shady yard; 3 bedrooms, | bath, full bsmt; only 
S years old. Will not last long. Act at once! A real bargain. 


bullt house. 
edee of cool 1,000 


at 
pleas 


ttr. 
aoe forest, 
New house on % acre corner lot in Dowden 
Terrace available for occupancy in approx. 2 
weeks. 


pune. paneled 
rec. rm. with i bed- 
rm tr built 


hy neled 

n cabisote: sareruee 
“ 
Burr Surroughs Lane. 


ileal Day Special 
Today $950 Down plus settlement 


BEACON VILLAGE 
open 10 ‘til dark 


ou still have time to choose your decorating schemes on these 
pew 3-bedroom, 1%-ba t lev nk Three age 


tos. All 


on 
for 


§ 
om left to. RY a jad 
2-3 Oo This lovely section of fine homes i¢ one of suburban 
Virginia’s close in sections, being just 15 minutes to 
downtown Washington. Builder is offering membership 
to community SWIMMING POOL with this brick 
rambler. The home consists of sunken diving room 
with fireplace, dining room, kitchen equipped with 
G.E. range, refrigerator, dishwasher, disposal. 3 LARGE 
BEDROOMS and | baths on main floor. There is a 
full bsmt. with rec. rm. area. Laundry room with 
washer and dryer, a storage room, a dark room and 
roughed-in plumbing for full bath. There are hard 
surface streets and water, of course. $22,950, easy 
terms available. 


DIRECTIONS: Out Shirley Hwy to Seminary Rd., right 
approx. | mi. to Colfax Ave., left te OPEN HOUSE or 
out Columbia Pike to Bailey's Cross Roads, left on 

ry Rd. approx. | mi. to Colfax Ave., right to 


NORTH ARLINGTON-——-LACEY FOREST 


Here’s A Modern Liveable Residence 
FOR COMFORTABLE, GRACIOUS LIVING 
SPACIOUS WITHOUT BEING TOO LARGE 


With most attractive features that will appeal to those whe 
are looking for exceptional quality plus value. Attractive 
high-ceilinged rec. room, large living room, family-sized 
dining room, 4 large bedrooms, 2 full baths and powder 
room, huge closets; | walk-in cedar-lined closet, mod- 
ern equipped kitchen, maid's room and lavatory in bsmt., 
garage. Choice location, 200 ft. off Washington bivd. 
Near to everything. 


SHOWN DAILY BY APPOINTMENT 
CALL JA. 5- 1202, JA. 7-1234 
EA. BRANDT & CO., INC. 


2419 WILSON BLYD., ARL., VA. 


PHONE MANASSAS 683 
Arlington Realty Co. 


“ 
TEE with full Damt. nice 475 
may 


eg ist trust be assumed 
monthly payments of - 


ae Gh Gen ving. 
price $18. Seas: Coteatte pike % 
ot aes 


on Mt. Vernon Bivd., tura 
a onto Be Bell “vi View “ane Pe 5 to Beacon 


Listing No. 6h, 
“EXCLUSIVE AGENT 
CURTIS E. MARTIN 
SALES, INC. Ki, 9-6700 
420 6. Royal 6t., Alexandria, Va. 


° hateies & LUCHS.CO. 


“SOth Anniversary Year” 
JA. 5-6800 


Weekdays JE. 2-5867—Eves., Weekends JE. 4-3208 pe Wilson Blyd., Arl., Va. 


2160 N. Glebe Rd. 


y 


WATERFRONT, RENT AUTOMOBILES, SALE___97/THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
: TT | ) Wednesday, May 30, 1956 - 41 


° A 
to 7-15 @r } new mod. cote | 
tage: ae ¥ mac 
slieers 


AR RFA netied swim- 

COUNTRY CLUB | ining ares. om : i Ma. | | 
eden causnvtee of SLR SET & i : : | Bie eba vert & ; 

We vo A Sor <vens consideration tux e. beaut, view, sand beach. NE } adi ’ | ~ CONVERTIBLE 


owner. CONFIDENTIAL AT ATE ME SiS 1, S:s9ee, | Mery GUARAWTEE | $149 FULL PRICE 


‘ser acre 
a cae other Sutbullaines. ' Ideal tor © 
*% wae aos SHORES.-3 v4 3 E. 
“i. svether particulars LOANS BY PHONE ut Ks ; LaPr ‘6 t 7 N t 
el Hea a 


Adjoining 38xe0-tt. warehouse | S23 gupein rea CR 3-211, On Your Signature Only : 7 reconditioned : te h. 8009: ‘ba. Forder. V-8 Cu 
New Mark WATERFRONT, SALE 775A Suburban Finance Co. ir cing. tout Oh COME IN SOW. ‘BA CHEV FAL SPP ROVEL! an belek Dealer, Fis. ave 
mi Bibs1 EANDUE CLIFFS, MD ——2 bearms.. 5000 Geesete’ hou. 50 60000 S| Oe oe EP. . * hop | The Auto Center . The Auto Center at 6th. LI 
$500 - 4608 East-West Bw. OL. 2.9500 .* . MN < ‘Our Northwest Lecation) eesti FORD— Thunderbird ‘55. Like 
wy 3339 &. I. Ave. UN. 64-3200 BU tgon ae ae r & hh ‘| 12th and K Sts. NW... ST. 3-8628 $3 85 Total’ ortheast ation ai miles. Po rt aoa. 
_ JA. 8-8945 | CHEVY. CONY hee 35808 mes. Over-| ) tien Wagon. Gown, oF tredecclaet ‘car. IR 


3 bed ML 81 
" " vt. _OF ner - = 
rans. rremen iy cil or cell E ~ +2395. drive, ©. a h. $1995 cku ‘tr cks 


i 
Bail or call = cottares aval | a ae eee | ie Pt, DI™S, | After 6 p.m. cial NO CASH NEEDED J fe eS TA. 9-4800 


able June & Sep educe p. S. @.-wW _ F 1 
) 2195. See our fi e} “ar vb tk & hp. &) 
rates for, spent. Eno | ou . aan 1-41. ; | ON APPROVED CREDI a FORD— $8 Victoria sedan: 


fr an Pulls 
neighbors are . 2- to 3-acre did ‘| 8. a core, Reho- | | | 9 a fine Hy 
| " s h NCH ws. Piney at ; . ow aiiseas: new | be 


ty c A 
kirk Genitabie| 4 -—=—e7 on rd. Ss. 8. _dU. 5-0825. & 95. | Deluxe 2 door equipped. A varvein condition. Ouly pi 
Comple'ely furatened ot, heat fur- vera : wk hske rm $35 parking, ‘game | “ter vit | Cad | 
Bini Segs pee! "2oct sh ls | tal 2 siete einee Fr oy ig Me 7 ies Bates 5 ay gy TE adillc- Olt ores easter) 
. &.. ' Oo s outs ing 
He OL 6.7 1681. 30- 


Pp 
lems. Ideal for a pleasant 
= AR. Call Mrs. Tirana, 

M be 2-shho H. A. Gill he 


eS SS eS ee 


= = SS eeeeRp eee e eS 
. 


BU 1c K—'55S Super Riviera. ase. 


; 
. & ' 
fater. “Ne | dock just bailt! a> % and 4-bedrm. homes. Pric tual mil Pully ‘ cf Ez 
t year Bohtase built in 1949. | se $9650 to $11,500. Terms lke GACATION PLACES 75¢ | PS. $2995 w $195 wo nelu4 uired. For credit approval call | Bethesda Mg 6-7700 $ iad A- ¢ 30-48 
Oo | rade and terms 


mt Phene or see MR. ZAN MOTOR CO. 4000 Ga. ave. ny ROLET—'53 Bei air hard, top. losed eanesga 
further information contact | ZINGER WA. 7-1819, NA. 6-971; | KITTY waWwh. N. = —Nr. lishing . TA. 9-4800 W.-W . S FOUD—188s- Con , yg FORD. 123) £7st-West hwy. 
ler. Modern 3-bedrm.. 2-bath cot-|m@ ON YOUR SIG Sharp 2 ~tone. ww 8 down | ARR DI COU NIT | Foun ORB 1955 “Pinck "top lane: | Boe JU S18 US oom 


igney & ¢ @ Green Chev-/_*¥ Ww -8146 Pp 
onto Prostbure. = TURK TH alt s00 ad 7685 — ectan aM. 3-| NATURE ALONE arabes 7 power aver “ieee vother 24 mos. to pay ($995) | steering. au pees rive. *- / 
2 g J 2 4000 Ga my = oY tires; $1795 “toral down | 


‘house..3 b 1400 aq | 
f rice of 900 a. if "OF “Wicomico River WOMEN’S LOANS Sail ders NO. 1.eten eves > | 9-4800._ px ae a MOTOR SA 
SOUTHERN Real Estate 68A) pore terior § : * ray “- - las | Gar Specialty! 5611 days NO. 7-6423 eves. =a Bela: aptiop LU. I. ] 23 ae oe I, S. Les | REPOSSESSED 


BUICK—'52 Sumer Riviera 4-dr & : 
te : ‘- - Ww M & h. D bald hani nf PI Wras NCH Sunii 

MODERN cage poultry plant. | a8 > : | hor; one Soat ey po . 3 “sand E CAN AKE erfect car we NOR RTH | to ge! aig ties rd. 4 Ss.) meh ;, wow tires $449. 30 O AL 

prete with larin : , an a, YOU A LOAN IN mire 4 om aan 6-) | ane £0 o-8 - 3345 BENNING RD NE | at a , : , Tes) 


t 4 7 
yearly ss : urk Point| DOGS, PETS, KENNELS 76é L t-dr. Wel Ai: 
qment $14.500 ; -| sian io Mull ar. MD “bunk R if hardtop. R., H. Many Low ‘fh a eines 


: K-35 Ghpecial 4-doo 
ails xia do, i y. bulider-owner or _ call Ob. 39-9007 fers A. PUPPY y Hrs gi se _ 11,000 mi. W se, DU Tae mileage like new. . I OPEN se yates DAY trip. 838 36 er ane. 
tels jets. ee. c nec ce 8.) HAPPY HOLIDAYS LA a oa he Rag ny ¥. appreciate E PON enyat age q "ne y Security Motors 
He “h. Pt. Har. | 009s McKE 4th and N. Y. Ave. NW. 


yers 4ae " - 
vers Resiior “1 1703 N PRICE. $5450 | eee ov an . os Se oe ee es PON 
er. : Int tirac.| 65 ga >) gal., 3 
Pia Only $500 qo. nuswal. & ac lge. tank; equipped, ae a Perret; Suburban Finance Co. 5335 Wise, AVE. oe > uu 197 


?. iving room 7 

REAL ESTATE WANTED 69 mn chen droom or pet shop: Bsh inch. ¢ at%0 Rhede Ist. Are. UN. , 2 leetline . a, owner: 1 

j Om - BEAGLE puppies. AKC restatores: 7900 Georgia Ave es h ° ‘| 4-dr.: orig petnt ane e _ Pe rf o4 * Motors 1 
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se 
WILL BUY PROPERTY muting distance to D - oid and wormed: males Mi 408 East-West wr. fone. 5 our & runaipa cone. ry oe 
Brick or frame. white or col. Quick PRI CE $6200 | and females. JU, 9-2037 — OL, %- on of 33 to "SS “Bucks. PINEY| 219-52 mo (8298) ay MOTOR / 
settlement. Call MR. MILLER. HU | Oniy $500 down. Cozy 2-bedroom | BOXERS AKC. pe. wks.. Champion | CH by 8740 Piney Br.’ 
A443: eves. LA §-5194 cottage. livyine room with fireplace. | to AP. 7-4604 MARYLAND Cash Loan’ .: 8. M 5- a eel. 
kitchen bath screened porch. | BOXER PUPPIns AKC JU. Oe) cH 


stock 3 + 2-ton 
v — "54 Century convertible. | 
FARMS, ND, SALE 70) Good term 5 | 3397 Rhede Ist. Ave. ™. “0 R. and h.. Dy Sra! Fiess  PINEY I BRANC $ 
Baiversi Deals. poe. cuiee oF ean) BOXER PI PPIES— 7) AKC. Toms. 7898 Georgia Ave. ires. immaculate | $325,° CHEYROLET—'47 sedan. Heater ( 65 Total 


- 2) f 
AR ma Uni MAX al, shots. $50 ea. Mon. OL. 6-7660. | “conve vertible Be! miles: excellent cond S198 | 


1845 
tet Hot - ; Eg ’ R : “ : 
. corer. 2 paved State xc. SCHWARTZ ‘CHESAPEAKE ey rernievens. | Wheaton Finance Co. rercy ae ates Air: fully ye dio, heats ‘or best oftet, Owner, Jo, 2-2086. | 


rom Chaptic ) poAR white «5 x- 
comico River : REALTO , AKC. 10 wks. Captain Hogan, Jop- 11081 Viers Mil Rd. ’ ‘70 cellent ton: seal . CHRYSLER 52 New Yorker -4-dr 
ch 4 4 Md, s00d Your Waterfront "boecialist COCKER PUPS oY ae rit LO. 5-3006 A oS ry hare — po apecial —- best BURROW! spdan: green 7 auto one. R. & A ve: NO CASH NEEDED 
ola ige. | Ee , , : | eo R CO. 900 M at , clean pous ou 
main dwelling. has wonderful pos- | FONDER COVE: beg-| colors. MERRYLANDE KENNELS. B Residents’ Finance Corp. ff) brakes. Noe tad ontiuen fal 4-8300-. ‘opposite Navy "Yard FD. ‘nd. Uke D “BO TER, ne. |Subject to credit approval ‘56 FORD 
oom no nay} | eed ~ is . oo MN P. 1-222 i - ' ve S till t s. S.. BD 
eprines, selable white ~~ - irep) -_* i . y Kc m $225 BR. 1. Ave. A ; | special, Be at offer. ae ss he 8300. | =F Conr EVROLET : CHRYSLER—1951 Windsor de luxe And take over small menmty per. 
nb. JV. §-$533. better new homes in the area Dan, flash: val d = | (Opposite Pig A Yara) Open eve ity a ear “from coe . utable i ES V.98. GSS. Vly Coen It mice car s0id © 
PENNSYLVANTA bite. m idsome fellow: sho TRUCKS, SALE 93 ngs til 9p. | denier, visit our display and pe | Ne 76. Libera! Ra need 
= cot rin 30 JO. &-7619 J B TT 48 Super sedan. tires s Tike | CHRYSLERS = 50 % cue coupe fr. OMG) for servicemen all ranks Officers 
r 


FARM Ge ‘ by p Woodland Beach namerous ¢ now A Ch n $399 2 oe 
“+ ttys urg, a om near ond AKC healthy CHEVROLET —Peace-of-mind guar-| 51 na hevy. Chase Chevrolet eoe £749 A a. 4.4r., ho fown payment. requirec. Fo 
s , _ » | sa 


’ ; . | or! hoi ” " 
oan by BL ont obtain elementary school. churches and elle , A 5-5746 | wes he he me te LUSTIN INE Some ‘and h. 8799. 33 Bup BRO we NER. Bul * “be oe. Pia. an one] | 
S7 im cultivation: 12 acre peach; *5* COC KE SPANIEL. male, reas. | WICROLSON en 10! Pin € ~~ 4 pickup, turn sig-| .. Ses ares owl 
“Ag Seles woods. pond and| "EDGEWATER REALTY CO. | fu "S%s0 NICI % $710) | Omi | Belz. heater. Only 7000 miles. 6795 | ,A1 9th. Lil. 6-6464 —| BILL ROSS 


Hyattsville ‘| = a} 2-dr.. 2-tone, 9000 mi. Call mr Ward 1.9 IMPERTAL—'5s 4- door, Pull power 


brick is wm MILLER. REALTOR TOLLE ry S OLIC crossed pups >. 7200 ' > “3 
and. beth:| Sacre Mond Wendiand Beach | #7, and $10; toy collies, $10. —— ae ———— |r end h. $2099: ‘55 Ce CHEVROLE 3 vw toe, “jedan.| Cauipped. r. and a n 
; mil- | Colo 5183 } A 3 aeGan Geiivery ~ n 2199. | Heater. turn signals: 33,000 miles; ioned, ! Se! : Sub ect to credit | 
, pis! 2- ——— built motor: $695 | ne... ne tires: “dviven only Gael approva 
: ety ENGLISH Seti ‘erT,.puDs. 9 s pec : m : top . _KE -2 786 te _ 
a et Fone FAIRHAVEN ON. THE BAY , = AP. ' , oa 1 n ; wots . a ad b.. $2,- —s_ Air HT Power outstanding for only $3995. | ° 
eta >| Dewy. § Sp JU. 5-7 3 | 299: ‘5S Riv 4-dr ntury | ‘ : NORTH WHEELER chRYs ZR-PLYMOUTH Rent buy anywhere. 2-door Sedan 
PRENCH Pooper. at stud. biack ‘and| W MTRS. 4401 Conn ave LARGEST ASH. DEALER '7400 Georgia Ave. NW 5 ce, pum ber 0°. Sold 
A delieht ful — wt n a. ~ of miniature AK bh dyna . nd 654 “. 4p00 WISCONSI Mo eM 4708 " delivery 
;| the “prettiest ‘spots on “picturesque | GERMAN SHEPHERD puss AK . 6 3 : Por ‘Great Approval Gall 
' Chesapeake ‘Bay Just 1-hour drive res ham sired. JA. 2 4 ick-up trucks wanted.| ER's . [T—'S1 club cpe tf, | DE SOTO—-1952 Sportsman hardtop 
| from downtown Washington. Ex oFRM Sh aN SHEPHE peg oA. 2-582 ritl j | 4 CORNE | ie Memoria! Day Spec "st 95 Also -tone. Tip- r r & t 
cf boating. fish- GERM PHERD pups 0 i pat y a ~6464 ev. ‘54 2-dr Ori biack. $795 et! ail-jeath- 
iftise. Mulberry 7 A truly safe color Rin Tin Tin: reas, JU. 9-020 for Souther: | Foeaes ns : , a, Oe H - 140) oF oie lent” condition - 
. t all extras. er - JU. 5-852 
4084 * rves and holidays Hopkins | iidren GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES. TOR CO. TA. 9-266), ___§_+| cad brakes. Lik | Powe . rity cwRV 4 re. > 638 Mckee PONTIAC 
. $8000 | 8 gt o, ons. irgm, Sas, oe. } I ’ Thacker eee | 13th & R. 1. ave raly rans. for NTIAC MEANS DICK WI! LLIAMS 
> 4 ’ ' oar , aoa ’ , ' ) . 2 Su $22 I ' 29 oI j 
A 8 aa werd ier Fete mo.| 3540 Tach st. nw, n_TU. 2 100 ial detene ceeon ninety Deeu- | Kinley st. nw. omner, 2ais Me-! 5335 WISC AVE, st. 35-7107 1731 Bladensburg Rd. NE. 
ane aeneenes AKC reg. Shot | “alain : ¥, VROLET—'S6 Bel Air convert. | rg 'D] FORB— 1985 Thunderbird a2 


9- 


- =e... all 
S100 DN... £50 MO. burs for £3950 ic : im <-| Gia; Diack 7 *-|WE WANT to buv anv any ike ' lor ible V-8; 

res: § , 76 mi.) cel . r.| Sacrifice $75. JU. 5-0499 ; us Power Glide. heater: 500 tops ell power, w.-6. t & h. low 
163 acres AOrine® state rad.. 18 condition motel cot fee first it ~~ “really | Specia! at 3595 miles; cost new $3150° «ell $2. +50 | J ner ‘Traded on new Jas- 


tle - 
den equipment: ¢ large lots SHOND PUPPIES —aKkc “Phots.| & ell your car. PARKWAY Suburban Codilia -Olds | KL 9 

. ( 800. 2i- t ved. lt wks. Silver ” st C- s -2110 

bese for $8600 mediate possession amp Bios | Fo! DD 630 ue oy rE BRADLEY GucePma CcErTen HEV. ; “a 


fes young and timber. vond 1 : v WH luxe 
site ‘so line TS mi so: white $9950 | RiereN iful, affectionate Bethesda. Mg OL, 6-7700 CHE vad ., nd. Ea. 6-5 -5558 JACK PRY, LTD. 
community . A very attractive home with housebroken. les . WI] LL DAY cs spe aay — 51 Be! Air hardtop 509 nw 
POR SALE | tur dows over) look! of Need bor Va -395 od 2] sowertnse son condition enneet or Sites Co 
n ~ pe et Ge LABRA OR RETRIEVERS —Axc q are $95. JE. 4-5285 ;  —— se eee - 
, _— a a9 onable. 4 Couden ra ma ~1 TOP DOLLAR ADILL es coupe DeVille Wh + mend 5. Wh Md Porsche. J 
n tub and shower. fenced. mail diet Head rte S-. 8). | ALL MAKES & MODELS “Beau iful “gold and. white “Anish Patching! Fy Bang ae . 
Can be used for all-y living. re RSIAN KITTENS ; white "| miles *. Only ‘ Al 
$11,250 ha. purebred, $10. JO. 8-8707. | AN DY ADAMS | 2s oes Lge Georgia Ave. LO. 5-500) FULL PRICE 
4 SRATAN kitten white, other| uburban Cadillac-Olds |CHEVROLET—SS Bel Air” 4-dr > 
A were’ pretty home on « corn 15 -$20. dL. mt 302 20 ; TU 3-351 a BRADLEY SHOPPING (CENTER ee a & i f BUT ER. $45 DOWN V 52 HOLIDAY 
io containing acre overlook! em. 1's ¥rs.| da ol . RO $1695. Les dD rd 
, Ad ty oS a P BUTLER.+¢ op 
oe nt nuirely reraen ; d | . . 0 j 71-6805 oe <a me aw Close Tt a, 4 5200" Piorida “aves.| 2-deor. r and & turn signals Ha . 
jated Possession t sit } l-yea « room. | sew . —s “ik ~ WILL “PAY HIGH oa d all p 95 6 wah Good cendition Take over eeey | $295 D) $50 DOWN 
ice $65.000. Por further inform ’ i a. 2 ms ay ” Walle Ch. CL. 64 nnn price for any make ca 0 15) “CHEVROLET | a J SS. pa. “peau | Own eR, cha . 
vr) j j* ' r ; ' floor . : . . art ° , 
tien e al anes wit y ) . LE FLOOD PONTIAC. v2 9-$866 ee sedan ~~— tiful green finish. For credit ap-| E-te>® sreen and _ finish. | bieck finish: ¢ oan ;. i. 
Drakes. re-| @ra-Matic. w.-#. tires: low 


44°6 ; ite rer, or oucae rms ia L ’ PF nant ot. JA 5-33 P c ; Ne rT ery, 
——<——— . IT PF tees, = é rig . nD . r Ge h4 icy 6} 422] Connecticut Ave. | e. alee. & ay e uipped REPOSSESSED MILLER MOTOR CO. Pordoma - pwr, TF. .-5 ——— mediate seymente Fer im. 
ions v re A pper os 0 : ; i 
Mariboro \Gouth Capitol Bridge by| shots EM. 3-62 "| Cadillacs Wanted | Suburban Cadillac-Olds $312. 50 TOTAL 316 FLORIDA AVE/ NE Knancing Avallabie. For credit sm |@f "oy e seco 


aASr lan? | Sey of Suitland Pewy). continue! PU PPies—Mixed. breed reasonably | SHOPPING CENTER 


RENT—240- acre stock on Solomons Isis d t 4 PL. 9-255 , 2-dr. sedan. Sold as is _ oputityl | ) 
yes les vil 174 acres cleared ea uppmaven = "Ask ~ Ms. win HAIRED, Pox ‘Ter ler upp" es, | PENNY ea 00 Cc} og Py black finish. ms equipped | 4- 396)’ MILLER MOTOR CO. MIAMI MOTORS 
Foes G cress 5 > rr. , FION WAG Jeapmnat® i Pie siwooa "ae" _ hh, Powerglide ronamstecion. 716 FLORIDA AVE. NE 
we | ¢ te we 1 2, ‘ins lated 6 PICK UPS WOLFE MOTORS,| Special. riginal owner Air-condi- si2.50 ie take oath Por HF SOT6— Si Va conv teraue 2 1640 Benning Rd. NE 
hay ready to lent y mas hed $75 136. 41 Wisc AVE NW EM. 3- “O14 seme: of Al Peover extras. Sacrifice. 20 bm a dr; wr _ieering and brakes, 4 396 OPEN ¢ TO . e. 
-w , = : 


DI 71-3100 es. Alpine 7-6911, | Wik 

gut: prm, house wiih PP ot ie CORNFIELD HARBOR HORSES, dd | For AINES “MOTOR. ‘oO 88 ce CADILLAC 8) a” sadanette SECURITY. “MOTORS: owner, $1300. 

2-6796 ows; ; bedrms bath, SADDLE | SSe—Due ° at sold _Bladensburg 96500 Ng im me Smadar enith,. 2-2. bes soTOs. = 

Lors FOR SALE ‘73 oe Bo ioe River: [ eaited, Tae he bev ge : W TED Motors 2th and R. I. ave. ne 4th & N. Y. Ave. NW. | eect oll ‘rothak CORNER. 
$500 stabled at Meado- _ PE Desler, ne. at 


- ia Tsuiit ng 3 Ron ie 5 ishing Ls Go; mode! | Top cash paia 1 CHEYROLET— 55 — 210" "v2 with | eee (953 Coronet “8 club 
North Portal Estates thru Lexington Park. wild. 6 continu POULTRY and RABBITS 768) f°, O° * > ee ees 145 Flor-| p drive: tptene see mist ereen and)" lee: 3-tone Sng. : MEMORIAL DAY SALE 
Z a - 7 ‘ , . >| ; * ™ 
Exclusive land. fo\low pEns to Cornfield Har-| BABY CHICKS Dest aualty » H.| WANTED! CLEAN” CARS| ‘55 CADILLAC R0A. MONROE PORD, 1257 Rast A per cond "car 
Balto. % U. 53-7804 
hil 2 


In-Town Subdivision | Lgpasecd §-1904,| Regs or Barred Rock, 0. o | 1951’s_-1956’s ‘ROR FORD, 1237) ® ms, ete. second 
7 Dm. Vacation sansin! $% SPECIAL 
Ree abit, ae utituily Avera: - . $ 2 nic ¢-room | BOATS, PARTS, SERVICE PARTS, SERVICE $1); od ap paving ye DOLLAR CONVERTI BLE ‘5? CHEV. FRA NK SMALL. JR. 4 “2 KAISER Manhattan: radio ei Shen ti 


: 
to Field Office at; t A. bay comm No fooiin 


sar 


JOCLES & SENNETT co. : : 
Rh 1:4284- pyran xo, ome oh Se gotergres SURY MARK, 28 suar ‘new. S200 Of U2 poner eneyresn condition Xue] OpOp TRAN aE Rte toe eetodtta “a | © “56 ~~ $2195 | ‘53 Buick . #795 
: WA = : - + 49° . NER'S CORNER k. 
it. path and porch a — AU OMOBILES ay "35 Bidoredo, Aw down, 84 h Now “Pon ‘ou Pe Beale re ave at 6th L ettens : Catan the Rests wr i 
: . -s, ped. * te eone 


CCOKEEK—} acre on sre ; onl ) ‘RU ' yemote cen- 
s 890 down. 825 me en at) Ti. TRBERT , 231 w / remove con | delivery. Servicemen and out-of- 
broker FA 5} r. 25 w quick silver} WANTED towners financed Por credit ap- The Auto Center power packed, Fordomatirc, from ; roe will find one to 
cal r. and h. Like new. ou" ve 


+} Sag ee VALLEY. DE anne MD. UNIVERSITY 17-2002 unit $225) BROWN MOTORS prova! P ; 
. ' ‘ oor RENT —6-room =m , BLASS CLARK (Ou orth wes ocation) 55 Pontiac 
beaut ne completely furnished cottage . ; condition and) 5336 WISC. NW. WO. 6-9400) cor x coop Ee Ave. NE. cur PRs: . ak 8 an hw ae ~8624._ Convertible | 55 Pont. $2095 ‘53 Chev $795 


a Dea tif wooded waterfront | : teed 
aot THERN DEALERS need 5 new 
in North Beech rere will rent 1 e cara enek TR hy “hn tires; equipped. $795 Star Chief. fF. © & BR. Hydra Star Chief Catalina: r. and 
rR & . Het Air. 4-dr.: equipped, 2- 


Hrore »14) 
700 300 | Sale| an : 
owe Srv AREA 115. ogg gh RR jo Be. . ®) trucks, station Caithness Buick  S-teome green. Like h. hydramatic, power 
‘ - \@ new. tone biee finish. 
+m. £50 $2199 sterring, power brakes. 


=. %!) ods) | 8-4604 ontrol_— : oa A ate ipl TEVEOLET 30 Bel Mie To | 
| « : ; , : . 5 . ° Cc . — Al - 
2 | SC URY. irricarte, $1 CABIELAC— 1952 “62” 4-dr. sedan : ’ ; . 3 d 695 
| preeway Inboard Runabout | MERCURY MARK. 15 $20 ee ee wr Hydra. power steerins. B $1095. LEE D | Horner's Corner 55 Buick $1995 5 Hu eee $ 
‘Te Lowe _, BP 6-220. AND | MERCURY . 2 : maresn finis h. 5 prem. w.-W. tires : ) 
mA! REALTY 60. RA. 6-220 | YEAR-ROUND LODGE | 25 bh 125] Any Make Excellent condition throushout. CHEVROLETS "58 Bel Air 2 : Buick Dealer Special, 4-dr.; heater and Hornet; r. and h.. hydra- 
PT. SITE. near proposed new ho«-| , BILL DENIS, INC. $16 a : 5: ‘Si Air . WH. dynafiow. ‘%-tone finish, matic; looks and runs 
hee ier ONLY $2750 DOWN Abo oe id as t& Some only need 4040 WIS. AVE. NW McKEE PONTIAC es r and hb 6-6 extra sharp extra good. 
Fine furnished oil-heated | Cease ' mer SRS AC MEA | 
. 7 li rm ki din-| ler. Fi : ay 6th Li, ‘55 d 
SROICE BU wLDING_ SETE—Laurel.| ing area. "2 bedrms’ compl. bath, W. J. LITTLE CASH FO S/5335 Wisc. AVE, ST. 3- "3-7 107 ~6464 ——_—_——_ = Ford *1495 ‘53 Plym. . $595 
1900. Paved street h tub. sleeping balcony. screened | 636 MAINE AVE SW NA. 8-5940' ANY KN RR CaDITLAT— 52 Sar sedan | "62"; | Ranch Wagon: Fordomatic wine 
PEN ORS ! tiful, condition: 1 owner: “BU TR r. and “ts Looks a runs | *@% eaulp. Come early. 
OT Tee . ; nd runs 
NDED: & . 


Harbor "BARM AND GARDEN 82 
°y.| GARDEN TRACTOR—Gravely with 


STORCH. AP | BR. on! rs. : i exce: 9 sickle bar oe? vy bg <i? Ti INC. Conn. one anal nes oe ‘S3 F d. $ 
| gone. 5-h.p. marine conversion ick! WILL DAY UP : > oo ‘54 Buick $1395 or 795 


2 el mower attachmer 
Berth im priv-| slow. er RANSOM MO. | 4 se ° 
LARGE, BEAUTIFUL 7 00 FOR | PSRs Brandywine Md. PA 9.3312 | OP "2 Med - ig Light blue. Pully ea LiDped. sPonst | i Custom “8” h., 

Wooded lots. nr schools ae oiint ae 500 FO }GOOD iopsoll for sale 84 & yard.) 30-55 OLDE cese-+ 2600] Guarantee o | Special, 4-dr.; rand h. | power steering. priced ted 
shopping and transporta' —_ ea 4 AT AN 4 < | RE #&-6390 ves RE . i as one nisn. Attra nice. quic sale 

hate te n idere be LEO BIORCH. $5750 PER + As OUSE bo get PLANTS fo: ‘ale : : nN” a z: =90 | apitol Cadillac- Olds C Co. 

r > ert “ of ; . . ’ . , , . 

Tp inspect: Drive 7 oe here, Fen-ae _' 22 2 PACKARD CUSTOM 2-Dr. $ You Get a Better Used Car From 


AP. 7-313! Inspect ¢. 7 miles» rid, Pan-American Mon-| TE, YoORD. 900 | 
vaeoenee sland rr: "Leon a e._ | «8 “Be ett pial Dar OLDS 4-DR. REPLACED MOTOR 


LAKE BARCROFT ESTATES ct Cho ones | a Slane ‘Las aa ions Led a pever (3), lent TLL zg U x ye, radio, ater Hyd? ; LINCOLN 4-DR. o/ : 
“| 1 ay M E. ROCK. eats ; de 
fron! wner, JA. §-7082 | § nC Leonard. Md LANDSCAPING —Rie stone. f to w N slers. BUICK PER 4-DR. seceene 
ee i seek . ba Model 46" ap — <oen' 
UGHLIN, Eb. 6-616). 


5° oe |e se iiss eg] LOVING CHevrotet | $679 DOWN’ | sigs FuLt price [ieee ares oe fast —— ——__— 


'“netes| Phone Prince prederich 3106-J. a_i dirt and manure | eee eens LINCOLN COSMOPOLITAN 
we 2. 87 Bn . . . > . 
- “ial. Cadillac’ » Snest sedan. olys OLDSMOBILE 4-DR. a | HYATTSVILLE AUTO & SUPPLY CO., 


——————e 
MOTORCYCLES, ETC. il other extras. Light grey finis 
$4500 —_—. BUYING! ! Reduced for the month’ end.” Only PLYMOUTH SPECIAL DLX. 4-DR.... ‘} 4301 Rhode Isiand Ave., Brentwood, Md, 


TRIUMPHR...°54 T-110; this 


Broad Run Farms | Waterfromt _ | ugg rast cou it. Sst | manon, pre mus te, gong | AKERS OLDS-CADILLAC CO. |IL-ST Sogn aon. s.ccssccsccs AP. 17-9000 °7,;,;'J.cz°" UN, 4-2750 


or WA. 7 cars. Brine car and eye Shoppin Genter, 


420). 
A wonderful lecation 50 ft. to WWI pe - | day M EMO-| — a or Wwe is be PONTIAC HARDTOP. see eeeeere 
LOUDOUN COUNTY'S and beach. nice summer cottage) JUNE 2 and cioned ATURDAY, EMERSON . ORME - BUICK 4-DR. 
LARGEST AND FINEST ; Ras grand pier. Ie ig, Dore. | x merenentten Gem BS & (BUICK) NASH CUSTOM 4-DR. 
rm. rm it. be Se + ~ | 
SUBDIVISION from ex ory stand: .. & Es — ' one 17h & Hoe. B-*. 2 C ti ble poe At le pt gh nen COUPE 
| ¥ : onvertibdie CHEVROLET DELUXE 2-0R 


MEMORIAL DAY Waterfront Traluens <= | Mee cs poi : Bs e 
SPECIAL weg ES | FRRICER ——"Foo-stected”Tosrags. | AUTOMOBIees, SALE___27 $3995 on tw A dl ileal pri | emorid 


COMMUN 
c d n 4 vear-  ~ achabie end gate and sides. OL. » L 
PRIVATE LAKE ound he 1 acte of ground | 4-038) Zodiac. _ VOLKSWAGEN. FULL PRICE NASH CUSTOM 2-DR. OVERDRIVE 


_ din. rt )-FT. HOUSE TRAILER— U 
TR. “Bee e500 ee JOHN GIFPORD_ MOTO NC.| Polo white f . PONTIAC CHIEFTAIN DLX. 4-DR. 


AND 
T MAC RIVER FRONTAGE oe "cond J 9 or RA 4169 2501 Columbir Pike tnsten. ra " ee. . : . . 
sores to 8 ACRE SITES = ibe " ‘Close to school! | “Sq. Neabu rons Heal, vate corre cuitatsce re saser| St" Gjtich Bank a MASH RAMBLER HARDTOP. . Raph | 
, stores anc churches ara suriace, at $3,196 R, « po down & 5 p> : a’ wr rout . 73 Dea 9 P 9 : 
road. $9995. good terms mo}. Over 25 models | +e Ens sland’ mee = MAIL vie ee © reall agarons see ee uv | 


Roycrailt. t d ) equipee \ 
Open All Day Wednesday Waterfront er from. Open 9-9. Mon thru| cer sloe “Bethe moderate. price 316 FLORIDA AVE. — 


Directions: West on Route 7 COMMUNITY 3 a one - Mad aPia ‘ 30 —. £3330" Go wn. Overseas de-) | 4. 306 ) 
is miles from Tysons Corner. ere is a brand new 2-bedroom i. "35s ond livers, arranged 9] 
eM that is ne ss the pong | omple refinished Manhattan Auto 
Robert R Young Owner ’ ; th: n i= umacelate throushou! $1950. KI Ss ies & Service. Imported and CRUNTAC—T885 modal a2" 008 evaded | 
tot. lovel yt Ry FS ge | merican cars. Bat. 1914 back to settle an estate. Has full 
Phone Herndon 308-W re Novels trees, hé. surf rd. Onis AUTOMOBILE LOANS 90 71H AT R STS. NW. equipment plus continental wheel. 
9 [ian LOANS PROCURED on all NO. 17-2700 A one Oo cave some money. m se nisin ae ° 
1810 King 8t.. Alex.,| Only eae 


Alex. Branch 


c 
Coleman C Gore, Broker Wa terfront ai ttas CREDIT CO. ia ities Va. KI. 8-5525 Ne, KKERS OLDS. CADILLAC CO. 


r 35-J-1 
> ghee Frer crmund, masonry pome on] se30 Pie Are NEL S48te| seorrsiens, Weise ation. | aus Var APPS tito 
GS KCKES WITH 234-PT—FRONT.| fcr’ porch: actos: front new bulk. | PERSONAL LOANS | : _- 
Bi om ace eee ei tt Oe Per onl lBiboS? cetaar="” | Cent ante fill Deen aes, | ME YOUR TICKETS FOR, y Ma tai 
: ~~ and milk NEED MONEY? _ ene ; ; / ™ | 
ses roted otenie tem] =Waterfront — [craton 0b essen] Sate i ia | Lia 
; Lif 


sen ase Fe A me, GOOD BUYS! , 


coded with beau COMMUNES mm EE [ @ 
. + ‘rou hom we Be. rs ; 
“fond available, cleat Velance| new pier bi 2 bedrms.. i olf ee are 2 ee SS e | A nice car sold as is. 2-dr. sedan “6”. Stock 


— ch. beth: auto. washer. “a : 
MASON HIRST A and ‘refTie yg tif ; “a | | ) No. 1775. 
nceeen ot were. ou Quick—Confidential - N 0 C A 5 nM UAE eS i a DEALER| 


DESIRABLE oe FLOYD A | | 
gota | CRUMPTON } EOANS s N EE DED ca empaproneyiceeasdmamaaeiieh 
ree eroup ol very at. DEALS. MD. ; MARYLAND CASH LOAN 4 | ) ‘ ie ; 55 RAMBLER . . $1895 


. 
active “acre W land | 
e > Peirtar area, Will ‘sell single WATER Ure ae $3337 R. |. Ave. UN. 45172 
ups 10 ° > Station Wagon: bleck and» wihte, hydra, radie and heater, 


. ‘| TUR Rick. M EE eee 
er. WALTER C. CRAIN. gS nice ge . TEs — ~o tite’ | ee om ee. The ww. tires, emstom interie 
cee nea dtude ie: — SS —<“<i—i—i‘“ ”~C*‘*'‘L 'SS:«PLLYMOUITTTH_...... $595 


andria. Va. TE. a al 


, ‘EW pected ge , —~ i: " : se | Savery 4-dr. sedan; t-tone blue, saute. trans, 

u homes, tree- ¢ ss ’ 

Batting Mavgdeeh| Broad Run Farms 54 5 ~ | ’55 RAMBLER ......... $1495 
g 


Super 4-dr. sedan; radie and heater, 


73/ LOUDOUN COUNTY'S > ‘ig 2- Me | me 
LARGEST AND FINEST ws Z , ty "54 HUDSON ........... $1595 
0 : s (Ge 


mT. VERNON vie W— With broad 
t nat eeu Hernet 4-dr. sedan; brdra.. heater, tarn signals: very 


Potoma 10 acres of 
furn ough * Gages lew mileage. ° 
MEMORIAL DAY gene oat : On Approval Credit. 
to consolidate bills at Bergfaial | be ~ : , : 
SPECIAL i 2 ost be 3 = 51 CH EVRO LET oe a eee ee $545 | For Credit Approval Call 


* Take as 20 months to 
Li . De lexe a aute. trans.. beater. very clean, seed tires, 
covers 


r ” 
A 3 
M MBRY COUNTY . Cb EEN . a 
' . lots on ton: * las © fend PRIVATE LAKE Bae aie Boke SS ie SO eae new sea . 
Suh beaut, lee 128 “i ream POTOMAC RIVER’ FRONTAGE| Smplozed mes one Ney ee hee ae eee | a | 
ee | Ys to 8 ACRE SITES ee _ . ||'54 HUDSON ........... $1095 - 
. ; MR: a y of 5 ea : Jetliner 4-dr.;. hydre., redic, heater, 2-tene, ©@ 


¥ 
. © par. badhie, Md. 


Oper All Day Wednesday aS Be ae 
Acreage for Development | Directions: Wes on Route 7 , ts is “a odovere nw 4 : : | AU Carry A.T.A.N.C.A. Guarantee © : 
‘ rie you. rept? fag 15 miles from Tysons Corner. Pee - ‘ J°U i. A ) ? on ¥ @ “ : ARMSTRONG MOTORS, Inc: 3 3 oss 


irtax ay ‘a Robert B. Youre, OQuoar of Alexendrie aos ig. /-369 si 
t parcels. Ca wus Phone Herndon | “W = 4 . | & 6503 Georgia Ave. N.W. TA. 9-5000 : . 
for an “Appointment to talk it Calemsnt. Gam, Sroka 2nd Fleor Ament i ( | ~~ " “it 10 7400 Georgia Ave. N.W. 


sasantens Se fee 3.2200 Phone Lanchang 335-/-" 


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‘AUTOMOBILES, SALE .97 AUTOMOBILES, SALE ”7 


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THE WASHINGTON POST end TIMES HERALD) | 97 AUTOMOBILES, SALE. 97' 


"4 ae 1 9 4 , 5 el - h 

te W edne sday, May 30, 1956 a SH including autem te tranemiasion: mt it ! t| fone, 8098; $195 dG | | $3006. NORTHW 440 F ; shea Ee a incr, and 

rad . : . : . 
rt Ret re. . "684 ch xe - 
MBrowosites_ SALE  97| AUTOMOBILES, SALE anert a7 ‘Positively new ear eon. ~ 4 Tao": DOYLE MOTOR SALES | ee aaa rer yy 55 Oldsmobile cor spate tite. Duis tke, Eee 
5 2-door, TRIS "MOT 9199 total r offer BURROWS MOTOR s with gray Mercomatic. power steering. r. and 185 DOWN $2695 
| / i TORS SO. 900 M st. se, Li. 4-8300. (Op-| holsters: owner,| 1717 R. 1 en NS. HO. 23-0008 | €2149 HORNER SCOR AKERS O.DS-CADILLAC CO, 

4 on ene 5304 GEORGIA AVE : : Pos! y Navy Yard ). Open evenings) $1995 MERTT "ny. Monterey Bi Station | Biter br a Pia. ave. B.¢. @t 6th Take: up payments. Gorreous 2- Ariinet on Shopping Center 

“o #5 am Bi unt n ner “orl - ne in oh) le Commodore a. z- dr . | JA K PRY, LTD. : 7 “ t 5 R & H . li F - a= = Gay t ; 7 — — : tone ’ 88" Holid Ay and Fu L 4 Ale *xX.. OV. 3-0350 

7: HUD MG Ss . ye tga ee Lot an DsMOnICE > ~~ i948 “8” Hydra- 


t ndition 
A a “al ts R & HH. overdrive. turn signals: | 1309 — st. NW n VDE 19 FE evicem ot a of a 
mode 98 "Cc very roomy; fine for travel $225 Salesroom. 1218 Conn. Ave. INC... . nanced. For ct oa . $125. WO. 6-2761, 
Dis oli} 1952 TD's: several in stock: from approve: 


3) 
| terme "PINE Y ‘AR ANCE AITRS. bat -. for 


; | A 4 ca, 
| 49 Pt Br dU ntbsow) JETS..3 to ig, choose Tre Trom Mercedes Benz Porsche, Jaguar : --= re ee ee oe ys Oo stiection 7% BG , 
$195 Buin | | one, 64, ‘Both equipped. | MERCURY — 9 Monterey ser. sec) MERCURY IGS (ar “Cane MG tre” from 8109. We f: "BLASS & CLARK | / 
‘ForD- ——I956 Pairlan -dr. green & rad o an eater + othe i. ; ut R & H one Loc ay mend tor nd I rs sports car 1 . f 7 ; a r. N. Capital & Fila. Av 
saute. tr. ¢. 2 utifr ave ne.. LA. 6-4530 : J eis | AD 4-9884 


tra H fiday S 7 r wher BUTLER SOnPsD: of Sie 


2 1° x beaut! j r be y “ a a : ue ’ 
Seeeee r b coring. pe my .. a - o~ 1: BUT ONT).| takes e one hi RROWS we E , UTLE ls | tin Bea: & stin Sere man, . Open Today bari Pe i 
+ cated : ED: #2108 LER BUTLER. INC TOR CO 200 i. st. se. LI. 4- R300 st. py mos mee hinstnnssnemsnstasndemnsstens . Me re des eng. porsche . ——— 98 HARDTOP 
mati - rive ‘ a. 2-at eda ; 
LA 


: aaa et her .ex- Conn. and Fisrid : . ivy Yard), Open eve A 
ter : : . e 1G . ’ 0 “y . Y : ' r es; one owl et! , ne. la Le 
B . ‘ finar wae alls able FORD 14 ‘restiine “8” converft- InGt AR 4 Mark ar tr. &h. A-i ‘MANHATTAN AUTO perfect m ha condi 75 __ 9895 TOTAL 
FRANK Malt’ JR, nc. | pot, : pe beautiful maroon Anish. with DU 7TH AT R STS. NW. | Abd fou Sil neree ifs 88 S895" | putty eauibeed. foctuding 
3 ae tn stone mitcer” MOTOR CO. | Bisskaicr gt Frsomalc. radio| JAGUAR Marg Vit S183 a NOrth 71-2700 BA ene | SRCETE g POT, BrAnES Maas 
sed le eh 18) fin ; - . wad ; . ow £6 95 dow 
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54 Good 
116 FLORIDA AVE. NE clea eas Set / ‘ “JACK PRY, LTD. | lexandrie ting 8-S525 ot Dawe soba, Bronze and nite ign Ba ank rane ne a alle 
. st J , wy Rout , : . 

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Ye 2, 6 FRANK SMALL IR RS meres, 14th St NW. ) | 29-211, Merrifield. s3495. COO guar. “MILLER ‘MOTOR CO. 
FILE. 4-2396 | ~ 2 Sameke MEMORIAL _ | seis Fide 


-- | ” na ’ . VWarredc F -~* _P he Jequ ar 16 Fl AORIDA AVE NE. 


et. 
4 e for appt | f ’ 14 L. rec ;} an over Ts ‘i Hac. -Olds Co. 
: poate mae. he Michiel’ vit Seen: 2s DAY SPECIAL | fis Si ait mam LI 4-2396 
49 FORD, 2-DR. HILLMAN Uiscouy 38 te a ‘53 MONT. | peau, Hao ee akon cel (ar We i . Super 88 g" 2-0r 
$99 TOTAL nee ee . ae ~ A N re, sea Sa oe r ee ye Sasi ul me ¢ I rat ze hy res, tin rts ass. stom. ae ee 
85 DOWN—€5 PEFR WFREEEK oe . W © tone 1595 ‘75 tota "ext y > a it "Or . ade. On ] : 
'52 RIVIERA GULF MOTORS mpee $1495 | as 5/|$585 Total ‘54 MERC. eat . ion ia spe ah = 7 og, foe row protestion 1955 
Hardtop 1700 Bladensburg Rd. NE. | ger convertioigs sucnUy pine MERCURY "bs MONTEREY ste-| NO CASH NEEDED MONT. «H.T. i a oes ovanes| wesw, soa i. WS. roto Pi mo th 
$50 own sentas teartene colons we trades | power suet brakes, f ee ON APPROVED CREDIT; REPOSSESSED tea ae “Tea hardtop: |fisdrae the mew paints $409 y U 


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wegutl fal ' t FORD 32 ni er , J , ; ; : . - . D “1 ~ . ° “~ . - a , , ‘ee T at rr 4 ms , v co f Z ‘ ne ‘* eo) ~ : : re. . af a? . - 
na h Dynafiow. Ww. Pp. dent r i +h a rn ~ . o nat + fagnetté if nar Met Be a ™ Ry i s Mer curs enn vert! 3 $875 $% t IE boRR wi Mi L. : : oR ~- 6 ce R. BUI cK yy I R 9.dr. sedan. Sold as is. 
~ ' , . La ; : 4 = 6% a > _ f An . : kk 544 
' r im , L be reel ter © ” - a Sor - ’ O a il ~T per eve : : E ed. 
Ae try sedan at : A Hh a] ’ ymen't For N +! 5 1b) nverti , 
MIAMI MOTO waren apedny pester sad Ferae-| MANHATTAN AUTO eT ea NO CASH NEEDED Sarees eS | OPEN ALL DAY 
T RS i nance a ale mee ®) A an_cars t i914 Ot Ds MOBILE 1980 | modele=at 
er ee 7TH AND R STS. NV Monterey _ CARR DISCOUNT SUBJECT TO CREDIT | conaRessionat ‘Morons. IN TODAY 


1640 Benning Rd. NE. 
OPEN 9 TO 9 ms _ APPROVAL 


th $45 DOWN LU. 1-1236 | gsc" eer hi: || ‘56 OLDS 


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ns Dp ‘ ore 
ae Capital Cad 
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HUPSON > ae . - se ‘e 
; r an : Tmen re 
aaler 6 ayn on Ds MOBILE [550 3-doos — 98" Holiday Hardtop 
™ ra M - 


a3 fins  radie.| 3345 BENNING RD. NE oa D9 Sat Ge SS 4-Door FULL 


Ss he, Yn ma | Fal te a ee | rayne ‘655 
qumremt nica cide ‘ar,| fone i available i-| OPEN MEMORIAL DAY BILL ROSS. TOR a Best Pete ee: eet he 0 enane tre PRICE 
; , ’ On MI | 1 ER MOTOR CO. $ 5 ‘OF pos te Navy vai } Oven eves oe nat vers J - os r Ne Cash Needed 
ag ld pen . 316 PLORIDA AY OLDS— "Fs “8” convertible, Rand asialie autinea ‘eb With Good Credit 
" , ‘ — 9 iycramat Looay s&s « a in ‘ ré¢ " iT . 
ne * a * OF S205: 5 down Motor all Now fo it Approv 
2 PORD ’ ) ' aL. A. 9396 | 7400 Georgia Ave. NW. 12 and R ge “LA 6-65 30 ey ' ; — "| . : ; Groat ad a 
; : % » mw 


LS Sar dik Geman cae eangers-Sicnamgprylenns: 
14 Karat Used Cars! [TODAY'S SPECIAL] | Esco toartnatc ess: || ovat.towner tran 


| ’ | | ‘53 HUDSON 
TODAY ONLY! SHOPPING Jz cramer] ‘5449 |! Andy Kelly 
. or $595 ustine 


" USED CAR | CAITHNESS BUICK Oldsmobile 120.5 St. HW, 
ase eebrinarsrs TODAY TT MEMORIAL DAY SALE! |] Stes ssc|| esteeecre || ME. 8-2674 


' ' , 
55 Pack'd $2185 | '52 Cadillac —— Don’t Fail To Visit Our Used Car Lot 1956 CO. OFFICIAL CARS! 


'55 Pontiac $1880 | '51 Packard $450 ‘ 
tion we Sedan 2 
'54 Pack'd "$1325 |'51 Pontiac $464 REAL BARGAINS FROM Up to *1000 Off Memorial D y 


52 Buick . $865 |°51 Anglia $195 *95. TO $2495. Prices Start at £1795 Specia 


52 Pa kard $490 | 52 Packard $595 Plus These Fine Used Car Bargains 
53 Seskerd $847 | '49 ities $225 M C K EE P 0 N T A ( 51 Stude. . $265 |'50 Buick $285 DON’T BUY 1 9 « & 


Sedan, — In Washington, D. (, Pontiac Means McKee a ‘52 Nash .. $615 ANY CAR 
FREE 1 Yr. Lubrication with These Cars 5335 Wisc. AVE. ST. 3.7107 ‘53 Ford . es $935 Rambler Sts. wae. Oris fin- ‘TIL YOU SEF 


Many Others = '52 Pontiac $725 |'54 Chev. . $985 , 
COVINGTON MOTORS @ & or rr “A | | 'S1 Ford ...$295 |'49 Olds .. $290 ROYAL FORD 


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7301 Wis. Ave., Bethesda, Md. Custom 2-41. 1 owner. Sore tema Re! MOTORS : 
Area's Largest Packard Dealer SALE HOURS 8 TO 6 2-dr. Sedan oe” Stock #3607. 


SENSATIONAL Good Car. Sold As Is. 


TAKOMA FORD OFFER IN 


8725 Piney Branch Road TODAY'S PAPER S ) 
JU. 8-1000 Silver Spring, Md. ON PAGE 23 T 1 F 5 Total Price 


— £ 


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1953 
FORD 


2-Dr. 6". A Nice Car. 
Sold As Is. 


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| : Finance Co. 
oe alll Td oe OPEN TODAY aq ‘ 
OVER 100 "SS BUICKS TO CHOOSE FROM : OUR : Repossession 
ee Arwen <A FABULOUS OUTDOOR £5 lige Cuey 


a 


Lowest Interest Rate—GWAC er 


Beak Financing. oy DISPLAY OF <4]. $ 

amcest Possible Down Payment. a”, ' , 

Individual Terms tailored for i i A 3% wh Ap Piette — 195 D own 

your budget. Immediate Delivery. © ,' 

Every car appraised to ebtain 156 CH EVROLET : on approved credit. 

highest possible allowance. Immediate Delivery On Memorial Day 
e ~ 


"Sar 0b Gan cae ec ae fede gn pin caernen | For credit epprovat call 


Your Choice at SENSATIONAL PRICES! 


54 Buick $1,799 /|'54 Ford 1,295 | 50 Full 
Super oe r LExtra cleon, ¢ si. h. ‘737 Price | | 6 37 T 
and h., dyna., 14,000 actual em Fordor Cus om 

: $5 DOWN p) ny 4 


mies 


62 Buick $895 56 Buick __ $2,495 | 
wr 4-dr. Riviera, vr. ond EB oe r. <2 ee soy on sc Call. now 
‘ dynoe ’ e es i am ee ae ee or er a roval. 
‘49 Ford $245 Bel Aw ras r. ond * A yAda s DICK 
R. and bh. econ, “6” poweralide: 8 cyl. | ——— — 
he Pontiac __$1,995|'55 Ford $1,995 4 | nd m | 
neal tte Tk hee ee 10 MINUTE DELIVERY 3720 GEORGIA AVE. N.W. WILLIAMS 


51 Chev. $495/'55 Olds ...$2,3958 | en 

51 Chey, ---- $495)'SS Olds $2,3880 | | @ LIBERAL TERMS = macmo @) vy 2.3515 1731 Bladensburg Rd. NE 
pooerpice L Hydra. 2-tone finish. | Pe Bring in Your Title and 
55 Buick _ $2,195. |'53 Buick _. $1,395 
R. ond b. dyee; very lew Super hardtop; v. ond bh, ee Be Prepared to Trade « hoot? 


mileage dyna. 


pAGE-HUGHES Buick 1] @ ['()\|'\ 


. On Rewte = 
beariar WA" che bene . 11416 GEORGIA AVENUE 
@ ws THE HEART OF WHEATON, MD. LO. 5-2400 


JOO III Ot tote 


No Cash Needed 
With Geed Credit 


For Credit Approval Call 


IRV MARTIN 
NA. 8-4455 


12th & K Sts. N.W. 
OPEN 9 ‘TIL 6 


FOCI IIICI IOC Ik 


P RE 7 G 0 Gi ALS a | Starts Memorial Day-9 A.M.-10 P.M. 


G A Banus Ofer > '55 Chrys. $2495 | '54 Dodge $1395 | '54 Plym. $1145 
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Memorial Day see te — — 
AT EITHER OF OUR TWO BIG LOCATIONS ONLY! 53 Plym. . $795 ‘53 Willys $595 | '53 Ford - $895 


Aere *-dr.. beaut. twe-tene 


Not new bat just like new 


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green fin. r. & b., stat covers, 4-dr. sedaq Custemiige “4.” 
t-dr. sedan, beaut. blue fin., O' Drive fully eept., beaut. tutene fia. 


@ 12 WASH JOBS @ BRAKE ADJ. FOR OWE YEAR , ? a 
PLUS @ LUBRICATIONS FOR ONE YEAR 52 Stude. $495 | ‘53 Nash. .$795 | 45. 0 cis eae 
. INSPECTION GUARANTEED | Champion. R. & b. seat opr J sre. ‘winm. sires, Béabt MOTE Fie. kk seve conere, 


mi. Must see te appreciate. capt. Net new but just like tires, beaut. tutone 


All These FREE GIFTS WITH EACH AUTO PURCHASED—Limited—Hurry, For Good Selection new. green, 


‘51 Chrys. . $695 51 Kaiser .$495 | ; 3 
$5 DN. | ‘10 DN. | $25 DN. | $45 DN. | 995 DN. | $195 DN. [fg seestersiect | ce ces asc: = | St Dodge Sa 


Call Now For Quick Gows. y cast. Senet Sse 5S ae 


Call Now For Qaick Call Now For Quick Call Now Fer Quick Call New For Quick Coll New Fer Quick ‘vredit A . | hr : a 41 
, Credit Appreva 151 Nash 3 $249 50 Ch ys $395 ‘AT Chev. $179 


Credit Approval Credit Appreval ; Credit Approval Credit Approval Credit Approval F 
159 CHEV 53 CHEV ‘5A CHEV ‘55 CHEV ‘bd CHEV 53 CAD. 4-dr. > et rie -dr. sedon, black cag oF 
° cony., Fut power. | > '51 Ford ... not new but just like new. 
. . ae + . - , an. | ; ee 
4-DR 4-DR. 2-DR. BEL AIR 2-DR., Equipped. et meee ag $2295 | Convertible, +. & h. seat cor. 41 Chev, St 68 48 Plym. _. $99 


$245 Full Price $485 Full Price $695 Full Price $1195 Full Price 53 CA | fim. A steal that is a "FREE TAGS—EVERY pins sedan, beaut. black fin. 
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50 CHEV. | ‘52 Chrys. | ’53 FORD | ‘53 CHEV. | 94 FORD | _iusven.” |} Rises pl 


2-DR. BEL AIR _ ‘Black with white top. | Servicemen Welcome 
—— ane Ou nko iecyone Eutre sharp. Powergiide. ee , | No Legitimate Offer Refused During This Sale 


‘51 FORD | ‘52 PONT. | ‘53 PACK. | ‘52 CAD. |} 24 CHEV. | | ~~ 1113 EAST-WEST MOTORS 


4-DR. : 4-DR. 4-DR. CLIPPER 4-DR. EQUIPPED Sharp yo Finish , | CHRYSLER—PLYMOUTH 


(ALL GRADES OF SERVICEMEN INVITED) 1137 EAST-WEST HWY., SILVER SPRING 


629 H ST. N.E. 12th & K Sts. N.W. 
u.e4coo WHE AUTO CENTER 7 sr scczs © []3 2.2100 ove ony wine. 50 


(OPEN SUNDAY) 


Continued on Following Pane. 


" Wednesday, May | 30, 1956 
97| AUT AUTOMOBILES, SALE 


uper os sport four ton. . re * : 4 : pg RR in. an 
. $3100. ear : 1 ¢ ( r OF 
000 "ee 


w . . . On . a | : 
“sR”: LER. 7) “ yer ; ae e J . 
5 iitter ite. Si oe | Sijeaters harm es ONTIAC—-1984 Bias, Chiet Cate: ye “hy. bE ton) SER 
PACKARD—i955 “400” hard 2 Jayed ane. Sesurs m7 , } vC on. ’ 
ae: full power oemipmens. n neelm . Bee, : 4 ° utitud” black finish, owner ; ae yy, Hiner, adr. will on a 3 trade. | ‘applies te ist three crades 
26 9 
for enue * woos 


te “a6” Holiday gy BA ae PR A and new 95. | 
ePrgaessen. Agama adil fo tue os. Gall owner, Te. 6-0 ARGEST. WARE” DEALER KEE PONTIAC ARCADE P PONTIAC | “sean inside @ our len POR ONE of the best_4 
ones Bice“ com xt ae. “Ave. op ‘| JET MOTOR SALES 
PONTIAC — 1956 station wgeon Ms uipped. rn - 2725 pesbels pre sk. 


other ao *), 1) By v ? ‘ MEANS : . “ 
a4 PACKARD 83 lipper de luxe 4- UTH—'s1 taxicab. $150. Lv. | creeme AVE., Fs 107 Kise 348 Iry RE Be ww’ AD. ¢ AS bet0 FO. §-5654, cars ex! 
tection w! vy : 
aP. Bs "S2 4-dr.. $549: |PONTIAC—'55 station wagon: power tone ke 
w ne TOR hfe? ane] ‘rates — 1 eeale.. Siad aeet steer rakes, new-car condi. a Mydramatic. tubeless ae new sear car 
ek 


te er S-dr ae Joe '' MO tion. 
or mi BUTLER BONDED: | ets» aithnéss Buick conden : ment EP ANK CMAL MEMORIAL DAY 
fgesn 8 cfg. LEE JD BUrLER ee eae ara A -O%_6-9012_Ol._ 56-8099. McKEE PONTIAC paul se Sale of Entire ‘56 Ramblers 


' fee ~ dies reat 4-dr &h iydre pow fh nt ny sednt, 2 ~ R. & Ht. - Stock f Used Cc Company Official Cars 
n on ; ’ ech. nd. . 7 ° ars 
leat Good 5335 Wwe AVE. ¥ ro 4 Wagons and Setses 


4 52 
ultrametic drive S699 HORNE 
D Pia KIRK M ‘CO. ve SICA — 38 4-dr ike oer. a 
4 Super Ci +: er ly) COLN-MERC “ 9 Chiefta * ay 
PONTIAC 1949, Chieine "oe xe $2099 pine | Burrows Motor Co., Inc, 


RD "SS a le abe i> , 395, teres, Low hae $16.44 3 $645 
"s rtat f , af No cash nf mo ’ 
wick Dea ave. at) : oS Ga. ’ 
6th ne Li 6464. oF ] dD. 402 vin: n PINE 55 BUICK $600 off 
URY 40 Piney Seana cy 
PETMOTT R26 Gover. K. & & 2-dr . sD. v 
¥ werflight trans tharedel $335 Wis WiSc. AVE. T 3- "3-7107 see to reciate. wr) ‘gern. bs tA gy — 3952's. aad 2-4 s ark. a4 ’ 
ray mi. 2 vert ©, reGcio zaaeser overs, 13th and coupes Rengine in aed | a oor. coon tn * To fF. Washington s Oldest 

16360. sneiniecinliaes pny ayes) All But b.. cream © sev. 


sre | and heater. Hyéra. Matic. power 
Good. reliable. iong- ~~ # ee: 


oped ‘ brakes. power steering. w.-w. tires 
converters, Bouin ¢ vith pow ves] leather interior; besutiful green FORTIN Uns, " coupes! rtation. Real bargains is z D.| Horner's Corner 
and yellow finish. green top. 62395 3. Hedy ra- VTLER INC. 112 23s ny. " ‘Setet: Sekier 2636 Wilson Bivd. TO had 

ule 


We ane Them! lereneln . and w tires ane culate] AR CA DE E PONTIAC ; lt ) 
cremely goed _ condition. | © ampion | cpe.| Fis. Ave. NE. at 6th -— Sa 


l-owner: Wheelmobile Free W | 3437 Irvine Bt. WW. ¢- 8500 7 ee 
\ . } 799 
© me. of at igs lies ti Deal. LI. 6-6464 
; sont eve nan | ; iS HERE! 


PACKARDS wikia “CHAYSLER- BeAr MOUTH | Vacation special $795. HORNER'’S CORNER. Buic 
LAR F ae re af convert: jr Inc. |8 
FINAL | Our First Clearance Sale 


CLEARANCE | of the Season 


From “8s te ‘Shs. ~y bedy B an Wagon. isch ond ‘rite , Se Lu 1.9647. 
‘64 Mercury .. | At Low and Wholesale Prices 


styles. One-owner cars os ubdur | ine a: 5 ; x 
; prt danish Exce lent condition Ae 7 tar Chief | 4 
COVINGTON MOTORS ee Be ae| | McKEE Sin . 

iy cen cam te, & 6 E ‘51 Stude. ....$295/'48 Olds $175 


ck. r . PONTIAC 
cone oe oe oe re seeing ickse ber:| S335 WISC. AVE, ST. 3. Sic 
OL. 2-9200 jeftain super Cat 
Mercomatic. #.-#. tires. ! : Startiedt coupe Seen, a 4 Gray. Aate. tran 
extras. Shewroem a ‘. b.. #.-w. t.. Diack top. ‘Elec 


The Gerage with ‘ ree wo Th 1953 conv Light blue glina, 2- -tone. Leather interior iy. 
’ stad 
53 Plymouth . 7 $96 53 Willys ....$495 


Conscienc eater tinted lass. 
Cranbroek Club Couve, 2. 
New seat co : , “dr. sedan, tr. & ‘l Green. 4-dr setiet @es sav- 


ee 


eler. Fis. ave. at 


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2. 2 2 © | 


Siation Wagon &-erl. 
Leaded with extras. 
Was 81595. 


vow $1,295 


1 Year er 16.006 


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saeer. sop 1bed: Raémaster.: cream — black 
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‘Lady’ May (Happily) 
Be Trend to the Right 


By John Crosby 


THERE ARE a good many 
reasons for the almost hys- 
terical success of “My Fair 
Lady,” the musical which has 
prostrated 
both critics 
and _ public. 
The show 
has, as a 
Starter, 
George Ber- 
nard Shaw's 
imperish- 
| able “Pygma- 
' lion” script 
and, as if 
that weren't 
enough, it Crosby 
has acquired superb lyrics 
and songs by Alan Jay Lerner 
and Frederick Loewe, stun- 
ning physical beauty of sets 
and costumes, and a _ cast 
headed by Rex Harrison and 
Julie Andrews that is so good 
that you can hardly conceive 
anyone else playing the roles. 

Those are reasons enough 
but there is, I think, one 
other reason for the sort of 
warm glow that enlivens the 
stage at the Mark Hellinger. 
“My Fair Lady” is an un- 
abashed Cinderella story, a 
romance, in short, of classical 
design. Of course, so in a 
sense were the play and the 
movie, but the fact was ob- 
| scured by Shaw's wit and 

sense. In “My Fair Lady,” 

surrounded by song, the ro- 
| mantic aspects of the story 


tion, crime, decay and despair. 
It would be foolish not to ad- 
mit that some of these were 
darn fine plays and worthy 
contributions to the theater. 
But enough is enough. Popu- 
lar revulsion against this sort 
of seamy preoccupation with 
the more malevolent aspects 
of society was bound to come 
— and maybe it is already 
here. 


IN HIS’ excellent book 
“How to Write a Play.” which 
I] feel ought to be required 
reading not only for screen- 
writers, playwriters and TV 
writers but also for directors 
and producers in all media, 
Walter Kerr pleads for a re- 
turn from the jungle of in- 
articulate dialogue of our 
time in the high literacy and 
even poetry of the Elizabe- 
than theater. Part of the pub- 
lic’s delight in My Fair 
Lady” is the fact that it is 
unashamedly literate Mr. 
Shaw and Mr. Lerner both 
write English with relish and 
a decent reverence for syntax, 
For years, syntax has been 
almost a dirty word and a 
complete aimost un- 
known in contemporary 
theater 

Rather maliciousl: 
accurately, Mr. Ket 
out that the discove! 
parenthesis was one of the 
worst things that hap- 
pened to a playwright. By use 
of the parenthesis, he points 
out, the lazy playwright can 
drop the whole thing in the 
lap of an actor. A line like, 
“Are you going’ can ~obe 
tricked up by placing betore 
it 

(Angrils 

(Sullenty 

(Slyly) 

(Thrilled) 

“PICK UP any play written 
in the twentieth century and 
you will be bombarded with 
emotions enclosed in paren- 
thesis. Take away the paren- 
thesis and you are likely to 
feel nothing at all; you will 
be lucky if you can grasp 
what the play is all about... 
the tongues of the world are 


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i\Japanese National Congress of 
\Parents and Teachers gvent on 


a oneday whirlwind tour of 
| Washington yesterday. 

The group, which came to' 
this country at its own expense 
ito attend the national PTA con- 
vention in San Francisco last'| 
week, arrived in Washington 
via a chartered plane yesterday | 
morning. 

On hand to greet the travel- 
ers were District PTA Congress 
President John B. Gillilland,| 
Mrs. Leonard Thomas, first 
vice president; Mrs. Samuel!. —— 

Bigio, resolutions chairman, 

and Mrs. Willard R. Culver, 

publicity chairman. John Bietz T | s TV P « , 
of the State Department's Inter- O1 ay’s j CU 1ew 
national Educational Exchange 

Service also welcomed the visi- France. “Arch of Tt 

tors. ROo.TY 

The group, nine of which Prag May am ig & 46 sad 
were women, was headed by at the though raduating 
| Tsunenobu Shiozawa, president from high school, ts consoled 
of the National Congress of| when she reads the diary her 
Parents and Teachers of Japan. mother wrote when she was 
Itinerary for the day included the same ave 
the White House, the Capitol, 9 p m.—_WTOP TV. The 

Millionaire: Dr. Olivia Grain- 
ger tries to buy off her sis 
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with part of million 


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1:15 p. m.—WTTG. Dugout 

| Chatter: Bill Gold conducts 
this pre- game show. featur- 
ing interviews with baseball 


t of zg 


The Falls Church City Coun- 
cil during its meeting Monday, 
concurred in the hiring of Wil- 
liam L. Zimmer III, Richmond 
tax attorney, to represent 
Northern Virginia in hearings 
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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD FBI Seizes 
F A | Cr 
or Annual Crutse jo. 
: GF VIRGINIA dash of realism today to the e| | 
cruiser force, also got in to- a 
imarks the end of another! 
afternoon's dress parade after Riverside community in Prince 
seven persons described as top 
The first of the warships 
which he will command the ' , bd - setts Communist Party organi- 
— | 
Saturday-10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday was” a reminder of os od: obnlamemaocge ge og 
month tour o a duty for 
Smith Act. 
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shipmen status. Among the middies in the|P®® Marlboro yesterday to de- cit, ang Chattanooga, Tenn. 
| into this city of history and 
Spencer and Kenmore of 
Bar-B-Q Grills Picni Protests came from Tesi-the seven was made public in 
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s'agreed to ask the developer to SOME TIME AGO, Abe 
AL COHN | | | success of musical comedy— 
, Sici lays — was 
Quintet T ~ ° ic,” musical pla 
wo Stories = 
a lyric than the modern play- 
9:00 te 2:00 A.M. 
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Wednesday, May 30, 1956 Prince Georges 
7 of Mass. 
ANNAPOLIS, Md., May 29;McManes, commander of the' | 9 
n County 
Naval Academy's  tradtional, 4 — J Be 
ay. 
Wednesda —10 a.m -6 m 7 The Justice Department yes- 
y ottke p. . 
| academic year at the service 
arriving ahead of his flagship,'Georges County south of the Seaciiimaiial ts the Wihesietin 
which will take midshipmen co eee 
cruise which begins early Sat- zation. They were charged 
4-D MEMORIAL Lg 1 
4 ci y But for now they were mak- English potts before the re-\Commicsioners’ The roundup was carried out! 
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June Week which each year | | 
He took the review of this| Residents of the Potomac 
terday announced arrest of 
4 school. 
a= “me | 
Thurs. & Fri.—10 a.m.-8:30 p.m. | 
the . Battleshi lowa, from District are up in arms over . | 
on a summer_training cruise 
urday — The three- th ‘ inlate th 
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9:30 p. m—WRC, Duet in 
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10:05 p. m—WMAL. Box- 
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10:30 p. m.—WGMS, Opera 

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H’wood were followed into a; 
eab. LeBaron is the indirect 
source Grace Kelly's 
bridesmaid Rita Gam and her 
bridegroom assure 
er breakdown is not due to 
any splituation .,. Carol Chan- 
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era exec Jack Denison. Her di- 
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Roddy (“Sergeants”) McDowell! 
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kin last week. They may com- 
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image Jacqueline .° The 
Buddy DeSylva songwriter 
case (now in the High Court) 
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. Sky Blue, the new 21-year- 
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to be Ralph Grenara, assistant 
to Sen. Kefauver 


White House Corre- 
spondents’ Dinner the enter- 
tainers lined up to receive 
handshakes from the President, 
Dizzy Gillespie, one of the 
stars, was not among them. Ike 
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the Demo. Nat'l Comm. . 
Actor Wm. Carter, son-in-law 
of the late B'way showman 
Dwight Deere Wiman, may be 
the Vatican's next U. S. Spe- 
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5410 clan) is attentive to realty 
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ney Chaplin's pangs won't 
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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
46 W ednesday, May 30,1956 — 


POTOMAC ““ccoves or 9th & E Sts. NW. 


Tits 
> PARK FREE AT ANY LOT OR GARAGE BEARING Sovran 
© THIS SIGN WHILE SHOPPING AT POTOMAC TV \ruuuyse 


How to 
Keep Well DOWN HERE 70 SIT GUARD | 
IN THE HALL---IM a 


By Dr. Theodore R. Van Dellen a D. : 
To the limit of space, questions 

pertaining to the prevention of 
disease will be answered. Per- 
sonal replies will be made when 
return stamped envelope its in- 
closed. Telephone inquiries not 
accepted. Dr. Van Dellen will not 
make diagnoses or prescribe for 
individual diseases. 


NO SELF-PITY HERE 


MANY INVALIDS have great’ 
courage. They never give up| — , 
and will do everything they can} REX MORGAN 
_to\maintain their independence. | -— : - 
|These_people put to shame the} CAN'T YOU STAY A 
\gripers with trivial symptoms 
land the self-pitying men and) 


LITTLE LONGER ? 
\women who demand care when | 
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JUST A MINUTE, MISS GALE / 
IM SURE NEIL WOULD BE 
HAPPY TO DRIVE 
YOU HOME / 


YOU'D BE HAPPY TO DRIVE MISS 
GALE HOME, WOULDN'T 
NO, THANKS, YOU, NEIL ? 


NEIL! BESIDES, 


SURE YOU CAN’T — 

EAT ANOTHER ; | 
‘they could be helping them-| 

| selves. ; i> 
| I take off my hat-to a 36-year-| fe : /| 
‘old housewife from Lakeside, | ; ;] | 
'Wash. She is confined to a| ' Ms " ) 

wheel chair because of arthritis | - ~tg | fi! 
‘involving all the joints, “from| | | : ' 

jaws to toes.” Her knees are| 
frozen in a sitting position but! 
her “hands are not useless 2s! 
yet, so that I cam do a little 
housework like pushing around | 
the vacuum cleaner.” 

Here is where courage enters 
the picture. This woman has| 
been afflicted with the disease | 
‘for 10 years and has not been — 
lable to walk for five. She has| MARY WORTH 
cS tay betes “tiene fat one SHIRLEE!COME J JS yeg!...t...1 


to her knees “since I'm con- | —- ia 7 wt ~~ 
ib LET ME PEEL LEFT BEFORE THE EN 


vinced I can learn to walk that ae VANS EAD ai 
way though I know it will take LM GLAD YOURE HOME FROM MAMA!... NO). yom ae OF STUDY HALL-- BECAUSE 
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or at least supervise and add 
/moral support.” 
| This spunky patient may be 
able to rehabilitate herself and 
the process might proceed fast- 
er if she is under the care of 
.jan expert in this field. I won- 
der if she has read any of the 
books on aids for the disabled 
housewife? 

Another case is that of a New 
Yorker of 43 who has every 
reason to be morose, resentful, '|——— 
and disillusioned. He was a' LONG SAM 
happy, husky, healthy six-foot-| 
er when he developed polio at|' BAa41= 
jage 15. The infection was se-| & 
vere and it was touch and go 
for a while. His legs were com- 
pletely paralyzed and he spent 
the better part of the next few 
years in and out of hospitals. | 

By 1931 he could get about 
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crutches. Meanwhile, he had 
finished high school and en- 
rolled at the university. In 


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1942, out of the blue, a duo 
denal ulcer he didn’t know he 
had, perforated. An emergency 
operation was performed and 
he spent the next five months 
battling the complications of 
peritonitis: multiple abscesses 
in the liver, lungs, pelvis, and) 
beneath the diaphragm. A bout 


of pneumonia complicated the was left out of his makeup and 
he feels fortunate to be alive. 


complications. 

Once again he made the 
grade and returned to work 
but was never completely free 
of “ulcer attacks.” In March | 
of 1955 he suffered massive' 
gastric hemorrhages and was 
given eight transfusions before 
the surgeon removed the bleed- 


ing part of the stomach. Since [| 


the operation he has been 
bothered by the dumping syn- 
drome: Weakness after eating. 
But he is adjusting his eating 
pattern and overcoming this 
complication. 

Evenings and weekends he 
enjoys TV, poker, foreign 
movies, and trips to parks, art 


TOMORROW: 
= fun 


(Copryright 1954. 


Thum bsucking 


Chicease Tribune) 


1952-1956 

Cars 
1500 H St. MLE, 
Li. 4-3664 


SHES PROBABLY 
ANOTHER GIRL WHO's 
BEEN JILTED BY THE 
MAN WHO IS POSING 


I CAN MAKE OUT 
ENOUGH TO KNOW 


Pe ed Md 7 7 
_ 


——~ 


BRENDA STARR 


BUT MOM /SN’T SOLO ON 4 

THE MPOSTOR AL/B/ THAT Y 

DAD TOLD/ TWS LETTER 
ZO, 


©OH,NO! HOW TErRieLe! 
MY HUSBAND MuST BE OUT 
OF HIS MIND! 


galleries, museums, and win- 
dow shopping on 5th ave. Is 
he sorry for himself? Self-pity 


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ORPHAN ANNIE 


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THE WASHINGTON POST ‘and TIMES HERALD 
Wednesday, May 30, 1956 47 


By Harold Gr Y«, 


serene! 


TO HURT 
OUR 
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~ LIL ABNER 


COOKIE WON'T 
MIND IF 

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LITTLE FROM 


"DEAR DADDY. 

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ANY OF MY MONEY 
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Reward Them, God 


O God, embrace our 
heroes all Whose 
courage did not yield... 
As they defended us and 
died ... Upon the battle- 
field ... Give them the 
great reward of Your... 
Eternal Paradise 
Bestow.on them Your 
blessing for ... Their 
noble sacrifice ... We 
honor them with medals 
and... The flag we 
proudly raise .., The 
flowers on their graves, 
and with... Our words 
of grateful praise... But 
these are only earthly 
things ... Of little recom- 
pense ... For their un- 
selfishness of heart . 
And true magnificence 
. . . Bless them, O God. 
and help us keep . The 
peace they fought to gain 

That all the world 
may know at last . They 
did not die in vain. 


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THE WASHINGTON POST and TIMES HERALD 
Wednesday, May 30, 1956 | vita 


he DISTRICT LINE By Bit! Gotd 


about him?” the lady at our 
house persisted. 

“Well,” I replied, “I think 
it's simply that he never 
tries to be the star of the 
show. When you're talking, 
his mind is on what you're 
saying rather than on what 
he plans to say when you're 
finished.” 

If there has been a decline 
in the art of conversation of 
late, it may very Well. stem 
from our neglect of the art 
of listening. Maybe it’s a sub- 
conscious revolt against our 
exposure to radio and TV, 
but it seems that when we get 
out into the company of 
others, everybody wants to 
be a broadcaster and nobody 
cares for the role of listener. 

One can learn much from 


e ‘Send’ Switch Is 
Open Too Often 


SOME time ago I met a 
an to whom I took an im- 
ediate liking. Since that 


rst meeting, he has worn 

as «» well; I find 
4 | myself look- 
-— ing forward 
< to gatherings 
at which I 
know he will 
also be in at- 
tendance. 

On the way 
home from a 
party the 
other night, I 


Bill Gold remarked 
about how 


much I had enjoyed the man’s 
‘company. “He seems quite 
“ordinary,” my wife said. 
“What is there about him that 
you like so much?” 

I had to think for a while 
before I could put my finger 
on it. Finally I said: “It's 
because he’s not constantly 
trying to top something 
that’s been said by some- 
bedy else.” 

“You mean he’s a good lis- 


intelligent listening, possibly 
punctuated by pertinent 
questions now and then. And 
at appropriate moments, one 
might even think it fitting to 
contribute his own ideas to 
those being voiced by his fel- 
lows. 

But that is hardly the pat- 
tern that we customarily fol- 
low. In a group discussion, 
there are always those who 
listen only long enough to 


up and listen to him for a 
while. It makes for a pleasant 
evening. 
cos 

TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS 

Greetings to Police Capt. 
Howard F. Mowry, Gordon 
Gray, Delegate Elizabeth Far- 
rington, Lt. Gen, Frank S. 
Besson Jr. and James A. 
Farley. 


os 
GIVE-AWAYS 


(TS NOT ONLY THAT 


KNOW YOU BOTH. } BUT WEWOULD A HAD TO 


CUT SHORT OUR VACATION 
—e-OUT OF RESPECT TO 


Cute, part-Persian kittens [ 
(Juniper 5-9554). Housebrokén 


female kittens (Juniper 5-2529, 


evenings). Two-month-old kit- 
tens and/or tiger mother cat 
who has had her distemper 
shots (Olympic 9-8382). Fe- 
male Maltese cat and/or her 
black kitten (Redwood 5-7249 
after 7 p. m.). (Note: In each 


ARABELLA, MAY I 
BORROW YOUR WHITE 
SHARKSKIN SUIT? IF 
STEVE WANTS TO GO 


Se 


.» THUMBS, I DID 


HEAR YOU CoRRECTLY! 
YOU SAID STEVE CANYON 
1S TAKING YOU OUT To 
DINE AND DANCE... 


. Of today’s Give-Away letters, 


a dollar was inclosed for 
Children’s Hospital.) 
oo 

PROGRESS REPORT 

With a simple twist of his 
screwdriver, the mechanical 
genius at Community Hard- 
ware got my power mower 
to roaring its cacophonous 


best; Woody's has my watch | 
such perfect | 


ticking in 
rhythm that any day now I 


T A NICE PL--- 


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OH, LILLIAN, I DION’T V...10 TELL You Tue TRUTH, ID Vi 


MEAN T SOUND S.R- 
CASTIC ...ITS JUST THAT 
WELL... 


BEGUN TO THINK You WERE <— 
FALLING FOR GENERAL Town ! 
— BUT UP POPS-THIS COL. CANYON, 

AND YOU'RE THE ONLY WOMAN 


ON THE POST HE HAS HAD A 
DATE WITH... 1 GUESS I'M JUST 


PLAIN IMPRESSED ! wee 


— a 


get a general idea of the topic 
under discussion. 
Thereupon they switch 
immediately from “receive” 
‘\. to “send,” and begin their 
broadcast. “Talk about mix- 
ups in hotel reservations, 
let me tell you about the 
, night we had to sleep in the 
ear,” they'll declaim. “Talk 
about long-ball hitters, let 
me tell you about a young 
fellow out at our club who 
hits them 300 yards right 
down the middle, and never 
had a lesson in his life.” 
And so it goes. 

There's no mystery about 
why I enjoy the company of 
the friend I was telling you 
about. He listens to me with 
an interest that is so genuine 
that it becomes contagious. 
I begin listening to myself— 
and that’s all it takes to make 
me realize that I don’t have 
anything very important to | 
say, so maybe I ought to shut 


expect the Naval Observa- 
tory to call me up to ask for 
the correct time: and Cov- 
ington Motors replaced the ad ay 
electric motor that wasn't SE hid 
pushing my auto window up Vea. mde DE 
and down as it should have, " 
and then informed me that —— 

there was no charge, even 
though my car is past its 
4000-mile guarantee limit. 

If I had some clean sox, I'd 
be happy. The washing ma- | 
chine was returned to us yes- | 
terday, and now it doesn't 
work at all. But it does have 
a leak now that it didn’t have 
before, so I'm sure the re- 
pairmen must have worked 
on it. 

This is a great comfort 
to me. Otherwise I might 
have suspected that they ; 
didn’t do anything to earn ae 

ee Win 


tener?” she suggested. 

“He is that.” I said, “but 
that’s not the whole story. He 
doesn't just sit there and 

‘listen and give you one of 

‘those gushing gee-aren t-you- 

' wonderful looks that women 
use so effectively. He also con- 
tributes his bit to the conver- 
sation at times.” 

“Then what's so different 


—] 


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Between 
Meals 


A Yet never rich 


the $22 bill they sent along. peice ! Leen - ' rt 


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Neither vulnerable. North four spades. South considered) 
deals. ‘it an opportune time to ask 


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—— ances — eventual spade contract, bid’ 
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Y Y |hearts, and South, cognizant of | DONALD DUCK 
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| THE WASHINGTON POST ond TIMES HERALD 
The Washington Merry-Go-Round ae wedneuler, Mey 40, wis a9 


MARK TRAIL 
es tO Po ” 


THAT NIGHT, LES pace IO - | NY | Ya >, ig i € «. y . ; ? coon ta r . . 
Eee ly oe ee | Ste Om Swing’s Activitiesl” cacen TODAY 


TON ea. Vn WGN weal oe Are Being Studied | Open Monday, Thursdays and 
| , Ara Aw) Wise. By Drew Pearson | Friday nights ‘til 9 


Y ‘ \ 
C. 7 ee a PA | . f The House Government OP consumers a ge! — OTHER DAYS ‘TIL 6 
a . : K , ! erations Committee has been of low-cost public development. ; 
iz | oN AND TIES HIS HORSE A Yr : , yi | probing, rather gingerly, into| The Senate was about to vote STORES OPEN 9 A.M.—PHONE ORDERS—Lincoln 7-9400 
, nr 


DISTANCE FROM the ramified operations of Gen. —after lobbyists for the five 


: THE LOST FOREST BARN YZ Wy - Joseph Swing, | companies had pulled strings, 
meee Kttae: shes att : eliuaibaatetee _ '{ke’s classmate ~| ihad buttonholed Senators for int er Q 
By Alex Raymond (at West Point, 7 # days. | : 


RIP KIRBY | who as | i- er é In the Senate visitors’ gallery| 
gts : AND HONEYS EVERY MOVE /§ OBSERVED. li gration Cém & g . sat Manning Shaw, lobbyist for 


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nf missioner gota @ = ‘the National Association of 


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MONEY, HOMEWARD '\. , LAND /) | SHIP ROLLS, AA he | — THANK YOU. modest-sal- aaa Electric Companies, beside has ever +] ) | | } fo a 
ROUND: . VA bes Ya IM SS DORIAN # L -_ 9 ) SAY 20 aried Mexican Harry Slater of Syracuse, attor- 
| * 


TRAVELING ALONE je: Ws —_)i >. Ane _ LOVE A maid sent from gala ney for Niagara Mohawk. 
ANGS DORIAN AREN'T => ~ Re . s) the border to Mire “Well, it’s all set,” Shaw 


 & 
W ashineton, “whispered, “I just talked to * 
and also keeps Ives and Knowland and Bush, Ou r Ome 
his darhter and tomorrow Bush will move 
Pearson 4 


on the Feder- to recommit at o'clock. 


al payroll at $4500. There'll be an hour of debate,’ INSTALLATION ARRANGED 


cree 


Latest Swing wrinkle being'so they won't vote before 5 
probed is the General's plan o'clock. That'll give us time to 
for the defense of the Mexican get Bridges and Flanders back # 

- |border—a job which falls under jn here to vote for recom- 
ithe Defense Department with mittal.” 
the advice of the State Depart-- The attorney named Slater 
__ | ment. By no poy y Far on looked skeptical. 
_ : fee ination is it the job of the Im-| «Oh Len Hall’s with us.” 
MOON MULLINS se abacch migration Service. le Shaw reassured him, “and 
7 : l PROMISED MAMIE \-1 FY Boy OHB0Y ANC AM IN FACTITHINK ~~ ag eg gon Be we reid Knowland’s been working the 
, 1'O GO ON THE WAGON L PROUD OF MYSELF FE l DESERVE A TREAT Men, Has Swe : ; telephone to get these guys 
eM SORRY: / YER HALO'S AND NOTHING FOR PASSING UP THAT FOR HAVING for him—Gen. Frank Partridge hack in here.” 
GENTLEMEN: | JUST TOO TIGHT, = TEMPTATION.’ g al Ss vj 4 |and Gen. Edwin B. Howard. put the best laid plans of 
BUT I'M GOING THAT'S ALL, . ' ee Their minds naturally run in mies. men. and lobbyists som 
HOME... I HAVE \ UNCLE WILLIE... i ME... J : EE ; military channels. times go awry. Bridges of New 
A HEADACHE. ramet . i> i - , é ys Bet So, at about the time Gen.) iy. .chire was weed te 
YZ mie we : ps! F present next 
: : Swing’s classmate, Gen. Eisen. day, but Flanders of Vermont 


6 King Peereres Grete te Wel 


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each other ; on the peaceful ‘clock. But it was soundly | ‘id ;. ii 
aT of their two nations, beaten, following an hour of 
Swing’s generals were evolving debate. by a vote of 48 to 38 
a. a / In Modern 


“Plan A” for the defense of the 4 
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7 By Seunders d Overg but it provides for an elaborate lobbyist named Shaw . ® Two wide-fluted, no-tip drainboards ¢ . 


hitherto peaceful Mexican bor 


: system of roadblocks construct- k * D h bowl with 
- von sf - , new what the score was re- Deep, roomy no-splas wi Ww 
WHOEVER YOU ARE. YOU 3 « yd ye Bet ye rte a : . ed from telephone poles and garding the time, the Samhten swinging mixing-taucet. 
. = - ; ‘ ' x [Ll Bae “ame tot ' . Ss, 44 : 
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